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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 9, ?948 PUBLISHED WEEKLY.. ,:ANAL POINT By PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



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Bond Election On Co-Op Dulany I ; SalesmanagerDirectors Is Renamed; Bank Of Pahokee Local Hospital Board Asks



Aug. 31 To Decide Okt't'ChO.1!Statement Shows
of the Lake

Pahokee HospitalThe I tee ices Farmers in Canal Cooperative Point announced with ot- Condition HealthyDespite 8.25 Mills In Taxes To Run

yesterday that they had employed

John A. Dulany as their sales-
special election on the bond a heclic display of the
manager for another year. Th
issue for financing the proposednew elements throughout the past Pahokee Belle Glade HospitalsYoung
deal was closed on Wednesday. Mr.
Pahokee City Hospital will bo farming season the Bank of Pa- ,
Dulany was for many years man-
conducted at the city hall on Tuesday hokee reflects a healthy conditionin
ager of the Pahokee State Farm 1
Aug. 31. according to a report its statement called for by the
ers Market and during one or tw' Members of the Western Pain
by Jess M. Elliott at the Tuesday state comptroller showing the condition Shirley GivesBoys9
Beach Public
summer seasons manager of t County Hospital
luncheon meeting of the Pahokee of the institution on June .
cooperative in Mountain City State ReportLeland Board have deemed it necessaryto
Lions Club. Mr. Elliott representsthe 30 1948. Unseasonable rains last;
Tenn. The past season was his firstas raise the millage in the district
Lions on the hospital committee. fall and a couple of set
manager of the local cooP.,, Hw hurricanes Shirley who attendedthe I from 5 mills last year to 8:25: mills
back iU
the farming season on
services were satisfactory and his recent session of Boys' Stateat for the coming year.
Provisions in the new draft bi'l heels and it was after the first: !
return for another year was voter Tallahassee under the The board reported to the county -
passed recently by Congress ana of the before the farmers sponsorship
year
unanimously by the directorate. of' of Fred and Percy Mansfield I commission that valuation in
signed by the president were explained got squared away to make any ,
the district stands at 11419000.00
the
coop. Post 90 gave a report on the activities -
to the Lions in a talk b> money crops. and that the 8.25 millage will raise!
State at meeting -
at a
Capt. William F. Payne Jr.. recruiting . In the face of these heretofore Boys' 94206.75 with which to operatethe
Woman'sclubhouse
of Post 90 in the
officer for Palm Beacn recorded disasters the Bank of Pa Pahokee hospital and the Bell,

St. Lucie Martin and Hendry Funeral Held ForJ.B.Harrington hokee. which always reflects the elected Monday a commissioner night. Lelan.1was in the Glade hospital.It .

counties. financial condition of the com- will be remembered that the
Frank Rozelle gave a report OP munity under the direct supervis mock government set up by Boys millage for operation of the district -

the Independence Day celebration : ion of President Harry M. McIntosh State. year before last was 1.75

program conducted by the Clewia- came through with flyini: I .. mills. This however was befoi-

ton Lions Club on Monday. I Funeral services for Joseph R colors and another excellent sea' the federal government turned the

; Harrington registras at Emory- son's record. The statement 39 Elmer Jones Will Belle Glade hospital over to the

at-Valdosta. who died just after published today shows deposits district for operation.

Vacation Church suffering a heart attack Wednesday higher than a year ago on Jun. Run Hdwe. StoreThe Members of the hospital board

School In PahokeeA of last week, were held yesterday 30. The surplus is higher and undivided who are serving at the pleasure of

afternoon at the First profits and reserve also the governor are: W. P. Risk,

Methodist Church at 5 o'clock. are higher than a year ago. Bacon-Jones Hardware chairman. Belle Glade; other Belle
vacation church school will be
conducted at the Pahokee First Rev. J. W. Hitch. retired Metl- Deposits this year are $3.901- Store in Pahokee, formerly the Pa Glade members are H. D. Beck.G. .

odist pastor living in Valdosta 508.91 against a total deposit of hokee. Supply Company, will b* R. Townsend. George Royal.
Methodist Church July 12-23 under -
and Rev. J. Frederick Wilson of $3.779.29360' in 1947 on June SO. known in the future as Jones Pahokee members are: O. S.
the direction of Rev. Carson T.
Emory-at-Valdosta. conducted th,. Considering the set-back' the community Hardware Company according:: tJ Bacon. C. A. Batchelor. J. V.
Howes, principal. suffered"during the past 11 of Canal
services a joint announcement made oy Thomas. M. D. Geiger
CUssroom sessions win be hell
Two songs. My Jesus I Love months this showing is excellenton \ Messrs. Bacon and Jones this Point and E. R. Mackey of Lak-
in the afternoons at 2:39
starting Thee and Jesus, Savior Pilot Me- the part of those who make up week Harbor make up the remainder of

o'clock on Mondays. Wednesdays were sung by a male quartet from the patrons of the county's oldest Orin Bacon has sold his interest the nine-man board.

and Fridays. Special motion pic- the Emory Glee Club composed bank. in the store to Elmer Jones Members of the board said yesterday -
tures will be shown outdoo
an
of A. J. Morris John Dingle . who will operate it in the future that the next meeting of
recreation is being ar-
program Carlton Philyaw. and James Mr. Bacon will devote his time to the board will be held at the Belle

ranged and at least one outdoor Dasher with Mrs. Henry Hicks at the cattle business Glade hospital on Monday July 19.
lakeside service to be known asA A Few Pennies To J
the organ. Messrs Bacon and Jone"' operated . -
Galilean Service. will beheld Pallbearers were: Henry Bock. Be Assessed On I the store for a little more
while the school is in
ac-
progress Howard Bridge. Dr. J. A. Dur- Homesteads I than a year and won a wide circleof : Girl Scouts Off To
to Rev. Howes. All
cording Dr. F. G. Eldrid Dr.
renberger. e. friends for the institution
Those who will serve Near Ocala
as department B. G. Owens. L. J. King. George t I The new owner of the store Camp
superintendants of the school Horresteau exempt propertiesj
Shelton. Jr. and Eddie ant. came to Pahokee in 1935 as a meat
in'luders., Kenneth Mock begin- Interment followed in the family well, as non-exempt homes in cutter for the Bailey Grocery and Another group of girl scouts ot

ners: Mrs. Arch Blakev. primaries: plot in Sunset Hill. 'he area will be affected by one I Market. Soon thereafter he went I Pahokee Troop One left early

Miss Helen Howes. Juniors and A large number of friends mad" tax levy introduced at the Tucsdty into business for himself in a Wednesday' morning for 10 days at

Donald Padgett intermediates. of the O mmi! the Deer Lake Girl Scout Summer
by Mr. Harrington during his meeting County > I market which he conducted successfully ., -

- 'years of educational and community :jon, when levies for the year w rl"I I for a number of .earsuntil I Camp near Ocala. Included in the

service in Valdosta gatheredto I reported t>v several special du- I he sold out to Jack {'( group were Sbi..lpy"hiddf'n.. Myrna -

Assistant Named pay tribute to him with their tticts.Te. ,' Following, two, years' at 'ncel'.1 Rae Herndon. Phoebe Ann

For Health Director presence and with' one of the moat I : tax was reported hv: the ].I Mr. Jones entered the Ramey Tommilee Lowe. Tim

beautiful of floral offerings. Members Florida Inland Navigation District. |I business. I II Thompson Marian Em-ck an l
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Commissioners of the First Methodist ChurchSunday : which nas approved one-terth cf a I Donna Gail Jfnfx-n.
County Tut'sdayapprovf'd I
School class which h- rill on ell properties in the The scout were taken to th i
Dr. Burtor
K. Austin.a director request by of the county I taught a number of years attendedin rict for the coming year. .II'O-I I Last Riteeld I I camp in a station wagon by Mrr:.

health department for the appointment a body, as did the students and Commissioner Paul Rardin laid Becky Starting and Mn BerthaL.
50 For-W. J. NelsonFuneral Starling;? who brought back another
of an additional! physician faculty of Emory-at-Valdosta. ano ost will amount to roughly I I ;
from Emory .. *') valu-: of scouts from Troop-
as his assistant. a representative group -i cent. on a $ OOO exempt group
Atlanta. for William J. One who had completed their 10
University in services
Dr. Charles Chaplin, recommended tion.A
by the State merit system. Mr. Hamn'gton is survived bvhn jump of $12.545317 in the "t'IiOn. 63. nf Canal Point .1 I days at CAmp.

.as the only candidate for in. widow, the former :Miss; Nell assessed' valuation of county property held at the graveside at the PortMayaca --. .. -
Commission Rotrers. of Claxton. whom he ma'- in 194S over the total awessmrrt : Cemetery on Monday :%:
post according
tot
Chairman C. Y. Bvrtl. who said he tied in 1< 32. and three !ons. Joseph last year was reported to the 11 a. m.. with Rev C. A. '"'0..1'.1! Tiny Woman Flyer

tad been advised by Dr. Austin ape 11. Jimmy age 8. and County Commission Tuesday, sitting pastor of the Pahokre First Baptist
I 11-2. There two board officiating I After Speed RecordTAMPA
that no Palm Beach County physician Johnny age; are as a tax equalization Church.
would apply or accept th- brother *. Roswell Hamngtoi The report was made *>y County Mr Nelson. died at the Everglades ,t
and Gaulden Hamrgton of Canal Assessor James M Owen who Memorial Hospital in PAhok A irvj.o in
post.Director Austin la a brother-in- I Point. FI and four sisters. Mrs said only $5,649.577 of the increase Saturday: following a brief has to flit on three cu hiofJ aril

Lawson and Mr! Me- .' He had been resident (.r pack to reach the
law of South Bay's :Mayor. \\". MJeffnrs Ray: Clayton is taxable. illr<> a i a parachute
Rae. Morven Mrs. J. B. Riser Homestead exemption whirl Canal 1 Point for sx: year. coming rlane'ji control is' going to try to

Quitman and Mr!', A r n 01'1 involved l.*>3 more unit this here from Penn! vlvanaSunnvirp :! break the w'r.rM'.lr pe.d record

. Scruggs. Canal Point. From the year than last. red'jced the total is his w.:.fe. Mr*. Ittt t for Wf>n't"n. Tiny Betty Sk lon '>f

R. J. 8imonlon. the cucumbe Valdosta Daily Time assessed' valuation bv $6.1i95.740.The N'>ln.. of Canal Poir.LBerry's I Tampa wjll try to break this r--

and lima bean king has gone in . assessment! schedule placed> Funeral home of Patokfe t ord on July 11. in a reconvertI

for another new crop in the GlaJij t'OOI"F.R.\n\'t: IN TilE O1FiNi before the Commission bv Owen wa in charge of arrarperoert P-51 Muatare;; Jacqueline CVchrmn

.soy beans He planted one buvUel FOR \TTIJjareN OF r.LADEN showed that the totalalue of real I' now hold the record

and reported the other day that h* estate and tangible personal property . Miss Skflton bold the Int"--

harvested 30 bushels from this one A committee arjwxnteU a few ttis year reached $131.O61.- rational women** acrobatic cbamionxhip |.-

planting He expects to experiment weeks ago to investigate possible 973. a* against $12S4123'> in Mr and: ),1M!. ayo Grsffn flai and says she will break

and find out if the soy beans will! plans for sale of cattle in this area 1947 to return to their tome m Rome. the speed record ,with mi>* .'>

make a summer crop will report to the cattleman association Ga., after two week visit .with .par*. She ta ben flying BDT
. .
. at the next meeting that Mrs Gnffi parents. ),(r. and Mrs he was 1%. She is the younrrrt

),II'. and Mr, *. Julian Groover and a cooperative: IS the feasible plan.A ),fr. and Irs. H. H. Grtm*>: y of J S. ChuU in Patcke They and arr.a.De of the few womrn

children of West Palm Beach were thorough plan .will be worked Tampa are spendj-g th ""H'k asguests j win be accompanied home by Miss stcnt pilots in the country and h*.

the .....k.ndsiton of )II'. and out by the committee in the neat of )lr. and Mrs J. H. Dorothy Chutain wto will vest tit every tmpcrtant air meet In tb*

Mrs. J. P. Parker In Canal Point. future. Bordeaux in Canal Point them for a wtile. Ut two Tear*.






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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida FrIday July 9. 194
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The cost of the average vacationhas The cause of higher quality fruit Florida Win spend $921,636 in
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
jumped from 20 to 100 per cent received a big boost this week 1948 to attract tourists and new
over comparable prices in 1940, it when the powerful United Growerjand
Serving the Lake Otoeechobee Farming Region industries, according to a recent
Was revealed in a recent survey Shippers organization went on
Established 1924 Published Every Friday survey conducted by the Curtis
conducted by the National Life In- record as backing the "taste test"
Subscription Price $%...Year In AdvanceThe surance Company. for Florida citrus fruit. Publishing Company.

Everglades.Nelgfc ftAmfat the Post OfficeIn -
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Canal Point. Florida a. HTMii! Class Matter m
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Paul Rardin .jQwiK, Editor, Publisher r
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Scott Marion" Lp(tin Give a Fellow Tine to Answer


vAn.t!iit4ial(

(By Edgar Pennington Young)

One of the very great men of Florida is Senator Scott M.
Loftin of Jacksonville, Trustee for the Florida East Coast -w-:1.
Railway and its rea! Chief Executive.
During my first interview with Senator Loftin a few-
years ago I felt the urge to broadcast the simplicity of his Y
sterling character and the greatness of his intellect.
That urge was again in evidence during a recent inter \

view. .
Senator Loltin was born in Montgomery Alabama:: on
September 14, 1878. At the age of 9 his family moved to
Florida. His legal training was obtained at Was lington and
Lee University which Institution awarded him the honorary

degree of Doctor of !..:1'7S.
At the age of 19 the Senator was admitted to the Bar and
engaged in the practice of Law in Pen?acola" He wasery; '
successful from the beginning.In ---
1902 the Senator was elected to the Florida House of :

Representatives :anJ in 1904, was appointed County Prosecuting 1
Attorney by the Governor which office by successive

Election he filled for 12 years.In A telephone ring exciting; You ncr
1907 Mr. Loftin became affiliated with the FlaglerInterests
It lnuhat's waiting at the other end.That" 't t
the death of
and moved to Jacksonville. On
William A. BIo it, President of the American Bar Association why it's important to answer calls promptly.It's .

the Senator became General Counsel for the Flagler also important lien you're doing the calling,
Interests, a great honor. ,j
The Flagler Interests include the Florida East Coast Rail to allow a minute for jour party to reach thett"lephooe.It.1l' / I i

way; Florida East Coast Hotel Company; Model Land Company two-way telephone considerationthat .

and associated Companies; Florid East Coast Car mean better service all around.
Ferry Company; West Palm Beach Water Company; The
St. Augustine Evening Record; and the Flagler Trust

Company.
Senator Loftin is Senior Member of the famous Law Firm allow about a minute i

of Loftin Stokes and Calkins, which firm enjoys a largo for flour party to antttrer _I .
clientele of diversified Interests. He is also President of the .
.
St. Augustine Evening Record; a Director of The Florida Y
Times-Union; Vice President of the Jacksonville Terminal SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Company; a Director of the Railway Express Agency anda INCORPORATED
Director of the Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville.This .
great man is beloved by all who know him. Senator
Loftin belongs to a generation which is fast becoming ex-.
tinct. that old school of old fashioned Integrity where men
would sacrifice rather than disregard the dictates of their


own prosper.Without conscience.such men as Scott M. Loftin Florida will not We Build



picked and the direction is faultless -
Cinematic ChatterBy Special Machinery And Farm Equipment

Malcolm Millar I know you will agree with me
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The Bride Goes Wild" is one of
v
for another the funniest domestic comedies we
folks
Well you're in
have screened here in months. You We Have
great laughing week end if you
will further agree this story never
make it to the Prince Theatre this lets you down on excitement anal
Sunday-Momiay. when "The BndeGoes laughs.

Wild" is s'rt'E'nE'd1th Van Take a tip from me and don'tmiss Complete Facilities For All Types Of
Johnson June Ally son and Butch "The Bride Goes Wild."
Jenkins ini the starring roles, and .
the moviesMal.Fuller
See at
you
Hume Cronyn Una Merkel ani 0 Machine Shop Repair Work
many other well known feature Warren. Democratic" nominee
players lending the best" kind of for Ga'l'rnor111 visit Cali-
laughing support. fornia shortly to make a persona
The story is really funny, going: study of the citrus situation anl
along rapidly until it approaches a determine what might be done to We Sell and ServiceWeed
panic in laughter and thrills. The solve the difficulties of Florida
cast couldn't have been better growers.Fsomwhereisit..4.

- Choppers Irrigation Pumps

Water Troughs For Cattle

Joe Marsh'
'4WiII'1 Hydraulic Mole Drain Machines

Hydraulic Celery Ditching Machines
HospitalityIsn't
Hydraulic Celery Setting Machines
"Cracked"!

Farm Wagons & Carts Dump Style

Ever since January Will Dudley So Will' living room doesn't Portable Crane & Hoisting Machines
planned to give hU living room look like it did a year ago-hot it'*
that ""Mwloo "-planned to unfar the mot "livable" living
folly refinish the woodwork and room I know: A place you can
replater the walls. always drop in for good talk, good Contract Work Solicited All Work Fully Guaranteed
beer, and a warm welcome.
Every time Will got out the
putty to start rifling in the cracks, From where I sit,so long as Will
a neighbor stopped by to pass th. puts that atmosphere of hospitality .
time of day-and first thing you and good fellowship ahead of
knew then ass a group of us help- everything else, well all be happy Farm Machinery & Supply Company
ing Will do the job up right. After to help Will change the loch of hit
Will called a halt to the evening's living room any time he want
,,work we'd sit around the fir en-
safriendly argument and a 11" : Canal Point Fa.! Phone 531Page
sparkling glass of mellow beer. ( "' '' .h '..,iJ
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I That's right! When-you must walk on the highways in rural

: or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the roadI
i I. -facing traffic..
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i i There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person '

i I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-
i'' fiG 24 Floridians! lost their lives and 33 were injured walking +!

the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
I daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and
I : dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing

Mr. Motorist- in the road.
: Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways

MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable
hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims -
SAFE DRIVING
increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-
A HABIT
I run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by

these car cowards.So .

remember for your own sake- on highways, walk to
the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.

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_ _ _ _ _ Everglades Point. Friday July 9. 1943
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Rolf Kaltenborn republican can- CHURCH OF CHRIST Miss Nell Latham Cahill InstalledAs sonville, treasurer and hte following -
didate for congress in the sixth SCIENTIST"SACRAMENT" district
district of Florida will be guest is the subjectof Becomes Bride Of State J-C Head District 1.vice-president John Hunt, of: Tallahassee -

speaker at the Pahokee Rotary the Lesson-Sermon which will Audie F. Hooks Jr. ; 2. C. Farris Bryant, of
be read in Churches of Christ, Sci- ,
club on Thursday. July 22. He is JACKSONVILLE Al Cahill. Ocala: 3. Raymond Smith of Pa-
a son of the internationally known entist, throughout the world on iatka
Miss Nell Latham, daughter of past president of the Jacksonville ; 4. Dan Townsend, of Haines
H. V. Kaltenborn. famous news Sunday. July 11. Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel Lath- Junior Chamber of Commerce City; 5. Bud Haggerty of Clear-
hour
The Golden Text Is: The
commentator. was installed as president of the water; 6. Ernest Tufts of Lake
true am of Cant Point became the
cometh and now is when the
shall worship the bride of Audie Flanders Hooks. Jr- Florida Jaycees at a banquet in Worth and 7, August Paoli of
worshippers
of of Mr. and Mra the Seminole Hotle here last Sat- Miami.
Pahokee son
Father and in truth: for
in spirit .
AdsFOR .
Classified
urday night. He succeeded WilliamF. -
the Father seeketh such to wor- Audie Flanders Hooks Sr.. of Mimi -
ship him" (John 4:23). ) at a beautiful candlehgnt Rolleston. of Marineland. Approximately 6,500 National
SALE: New and used Willys' Among the citations which com ceremony held at the Canal Point Other new officers are Royce I I Guardsmen.of Florida and South
Jeepa. Walter Ashley Garage In prise the Lesson-Sermon is the Baptist Church on Fridy July 2. Powell, of Jacksonville, executes i Carolina opened a 15 day encampment -
Belle Glade, Phone 126. Jlleb following from the Boble: "Feed at 5:30 p. m. director of the state group;I I of the 51st Guard Division
Charles W. Johnson, Jr. of Jack- at Fort Jackson, S. C. this week.
the flock of God which is among Vows for the double ring ceremony i
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps you taking the oversight thereof, ] were read by Rev. Carl A.
Gleamed and repaired. phase not by constraint, but willingly; Moberg pastor of the Pahoke.
SS72. Bob Bouthlt, Pahokee. KITe not for filthy lucre but of a ready First Baptist Church as the couple I I II

SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos mind Neither as being lords over stood before the altar which was
Siding and roofing contact man. God's heritage, but being ensam- lighted with white cathedral tapers I
Florida Remodeling and Construction pies to the Hock" (I Peter 52. 3). in candelabra and decorated 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES

Co.. Box 898, Belle Glade, The Lesson-Sermon also includes with floor baskets of white glad-
Phone 364. TF the following pasage from tn ioli, tuberoses: and fern against a
Christian Science textbook. "Sc.- background of palms.
MACHINERY FOR SALE: ence and Health with Key to th, A program of pre-nuptial mus To Miami
1 International Diesel TD-35 Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: was presented by :Miss Joan Mc- 4 Buses
Trac Tractor: 1 6-foot Tandem "0 u r heavenly Father, divin Larty. vocal soloist who sang To West Palm Beach i
Athens Harrow, Timken Bearings; Love, demands that all men shoull "The Lords Prayer" and Mrs
1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppersfor follow the example of our Master David Bleech pianist. who also Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland

pasture maintenance. All of and his apostles and not merely placed the traditional wedding;
above Equipment has been recon- worship his personality. It is sad marches.

ditioned and in first class condi- that the phrase 'divine service' has The bride given in marriage b" III

tion, Nichols Equipment Co., Seb- come so generally to mean public her father wore a lovely grown. o* Glades Motor Lines Inc.
ring Fla. Located by .A. C. L. worship instead of daily deeds" white slipper satin with fingertip ,

Depot P. o. Box 58, Phone 6811.4TP (40:25). .. illusion veil. The fitted bodice hada .
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marqusette yoke bertna-edged SERVING THE

Sartoris O'Hare with chantilly lace. The skirt
JoUR RENT; Waterfront Cottageson
caught-up with white satin bow*.
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cool Indian River, excellent
fishing, special summer week-end Miss Nicky Sartoris former resident was alsso trimmed with Chantilly GLADES"f
lace which extended around trim *e
rates. Phone 156-J or write "Cross of Canal Point and KennethO'Hare -- __ _
of the train. She carried a u
roads" Jensen Beach Fla. of Jacksonville were mar- - H
ried in Jacksonville on Saturday bouquet of small white flowers f
ENGLISH A. COCKER Spaniel: June 26, according to word re- centered with a white orchid.
AKC Registered. Champion ceived here by friends of the bnd-. Miss Betty Wethenngton. maidof : !
blood lines. Our show wins prone Mrs. O.Hare, daughter of Dr. 3: honor, and Miss Mary Helen Shrubs and TreesALL
our quality. A limited number B. Satoris Washington.. D. C.. Hooks a cousin of the bride groom ,
available. Priced from $35. E. F. attended Pahokee High School Miss Betty Lou Pickett and Miss

Cuahman, Pahokee Phone 4862. while her father was head of tJi: Betty Wood -ard. i VARIETIES AT RETAIL
J19ch U. S. cane breeding station 'i t wore identical bridesmaid.j i ,
Point. She graduate satin in pastel shades of pinK
Canal is a I
FOR SALE: 8-room home 2 baths I .Authorized Sales and Service '
ridge lot in Pahokee. VelvaI. Florida State University, Tallahassee yellow and green. : ;
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Elliott, real estate broker Phone and for the past year Mrs. Latham mother of th" j JACOBSEN POWER AND
2181 or 4011. 2t. taught school in Jacksonville. bride, chose an aqua crepe dress, : I II
In the fall the couple plan to with white accessories and a cor- : HAND LAWN MOWERS t
FOR SALE: business and residential make their home in Gainesville sage of pink carnations and Mr. : .
lots; good location. Velva while Mr. O'Hare completes his Hooks mother of the bridegroom, I

Elliott, real estate broker Phones senior year at the University ot a coral crepe dress with white accessories : i ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. !
2181 or 4011. 2tc Florida.BaconJones and a corsage of white
carnations. ; Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons f

r Jean Friend flower girl. who I 1100 Southern Bhd.. West Palm Beach ;
.h was dressed in blue slipper satin, I II
strewed rose petals from a whie I '
basket along the aisle of the I

church as the bridal couple ap- .
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HardwareHas proached the altar. Hunter and -

Homer Latham twin brothers ot .- ....>++.. .. . "ea

the bride, lighted the candles. John
Howard Hooks, cousin of the : Office Machine Headquarters

Made A ChangeAs bridegroom, was ring bearer. Underwood Typewriters''
Raymond Christian of Pahoke- 4'
Sundstrand AddingIachine :,
was Hr. Hooks' best man. GenePickren
I t. Marchant Machines .
Of 1st Edwin Rcte and Hilburn Calculating
July :
A. B Dick Mimeographs
Murphy acted as ushers I ;
Elliott
Addresso Graphs
Following the ceremony the I .
bride changed to a yellow crepe I F & E Check Writers S'

i The Store Will Be Owned And dress!' with white accessories and a! *
HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. :
white orchid corsage for the wed; ,

I Operated By Elmer Jones ding trip following which Mr and, Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .. .
I Mrs. Hooks will make their home:
in Pahokee where he is associates ,( "'r:":.<"' >+++ .

Your Continued Patronage Will with the Christian Chevrolet Com
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Be Highly Appreciated

,!I JensenllcCoy Milk Means GrowthWithout

Miss Betty Jane Jensen daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs Axel Jensen of

FOR Pahokee. and William McCoy, son certain elements in his
of Mr and Mrs. W. G. McCoy ali>
1 Hardware of Pahokee, were married inThomasviHe. diet, baby would lack bounce and

Ga.. on Thursday
I June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Alec John- energy. The urge to grow and develop -

I Sporting Goods son of Pahokee, who accompaniedthe would be retarded.

bridal couple to Georgia, were
I Farm Supplies attendants
The bride was a member of the Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
Household Equipment Pahokeo High School graduating
safest milk for
class of 1948. Mr McCoy attended : -i your baby.

I high school in Mississippi and: ,
Homogenized Milk with the all-
General Electric Appliances served" in the Army for three years

during the warMr I important Vitamin D added is
and Mr*. McCoy will make i
Glidden and BPS Paints their! home in Pahokee where. he j li : the choice of many mothers for

I engaged in the trucking business i
and she is employed at the local I baby feeding. Be :'afe'hen you

: SEE- postoffice i buy milk-look for the Alfar emblem -
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JONESHardware Birthday Celebration


i I Co. O.Mren of the rejRhborhorihp LFA '

j >d Pam R* celebrate her second \

bIrthday armverssy at a .

Phone 2671 Pahokee lawn J'&rty"en b:> her moiis'T.
Mrs Oaf B 4at their home on
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THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS

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RESOURCES LIABILITIES.


Loans & Discounts... $1,246,914.34 Capital Stock ...$ 50,00.00Banking !!

House __________ .01 Surplus -------- -- 140,000.00 .

Undivided Profits
United States Bonds. 1508387.50
- : and Reserve... 101,157.60State
County and
Municipal Bonds._.__ 45,155.00

Stocks ._ ____________ .__,_____ 5,000.00Cash

On Hand and
due from Banks..... $1,387,209.66 2945752.16 Deposits _._ __._h_ $3,901,508.91]


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Moberg Announces Baptists Welcome Mr. and Mrs. :M. D. Geiger and I Auxiliary Fetes Mock and Mrs. Paul Tillery were

daughter. Patsy left yesterday fora on the committee in chargee of ar-
Church Program Their New PastorThe visit with Mr. Geiger's sister, Visiting Official rangements. 1

I Mrs. Scott Patterson and Dr. Paterson .

This Sunday morning at the I Canal Point Baptist Church in Norcross, Ga. Members of the American Legion NEW MEETING DATE

eleven o'clock service the Lord's welcomed their new Pastor Rev. Auxiliary Post 90, entertainedat The July meeting of the Paho
will be observed at the Elmo Scoggins and wife with a NOTICEPALM kee First Methodist Woman's Society
Supper after Even- BEACH COUNT?. FLORIDA. the home of Mrs. J. T. Boynton
First Baptist Church of Pahokee. reception the Sunday July 2nd. 1948. : of Christian Service postponed -
ing Service. Receiving with Rev. NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that on Tuesday night of last week '
The adult choir will augment the from last week will be held
and Mrs. Scoggins were Mrs. Ida: pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter honoring Mrs- V. V. Allison ninth i'
pastor. Rev. C. A. Moberg will 18296. Law of Florida. Acts of 1937. at the church Monday afternoon
congregational song service. The Brooker W. M. U. President and known as the MURPHY ACT. and In district president on her official I at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. John A. Du-
Rev. and Mrs. Fuller of the Methodist pursuance of Chapter 20658. Laws of visit here. Mrs. Edith Henderson i
inaugurate a program in connec- Florida. Acts of 1941. known: aa the lany president will preside at the
Church. Other invited district was also a
guests DRAINAGE DISTICT secretary guestof
EVERGLADES
tion with future observances that business.
I were Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Howes ACT. the following described land. situated honor.A I . .
of "comments on a chapter in
In Drainage District
Everglades
talk "The of the
the Bible." I of Pahokee. in Palm Beach County. Florida will be on Purposes I Mrs. I. J. Frasure Jr.. anddaughter
service I Refreshments were served in the offered for sale at public outcry for Auxiliary" was given by Msr. A- have returned from a
beginningat
At the night
Sunday School rooms which were the highest and beet cash bid. subject lison. She was introduced by Mrs. '
eight o'clock the pastor will to the rights of the Trustees of the I' visit of severaleeks with her
continue the exposition of the i attractively decorated with potted Internal Improvement Fund and of the Kenneth Mock president of the parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Met-
palms. Crepe Myrtle and roses car- Board of Commissioners of Everglades local auxiliary. Mrs. Boynton Mrs.
eleventh chapter of Romans. This Drainage District to reject any and ill I calf in Tampa.
ried out a color scheme of pink bids, at the Court-house beginning at
chapter is one of the best in con-
and green.NOTICE. 10'00 O'Clock A. M. on the 6th day o! I
nection with the subject "Israel August. 1948 As to all land outside the I
corporate limits of any municipality. i
the New State. OF INTENTION TO
as of this date title to one half of allpetroleum
What is meant by the Olive SELL LAND and three fourths of other

Tree? Fig Tree? Good and Wild pursuant NOTICE of IS Section HEREBY 15 GIVEN HI. Chapter that mineral the Internal will be Improvement reserved bv Trustees Fund of If Notice To Growers And Stockmen!

Olive Trees? Fulness of the Gen- 20658. Laws of Florida. ACM cr 1941. lands are within said corporate lim'ts .
and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Lan of
tiles? All Israel shall be saved? Florida Acts of 1931. as amended by an of this date the reservation applies I

God's Covenant with Abraham? Section 11. Chapter 20658 Laws rf but'f'loptll privilege be to conducted explore on mine and and under de- I.! The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION ;
Acts of 1941. the following described .
These and other questions will be Florida. land only with the consent of the auT'Easemf'nt I'
land In Palm Beach County. face owner. and: The National Farm Loan Association
considered. It is suggested that all Florida to-wit:
planning to attend read the eleventh Description Se.Tw.Rg.Ac. ff'ettd... will for road be reserved right c-f by way said 200 I I will have representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade ':
Block 2. Bunker
Lot 3. '
chapter of Romans. Also, bring Hill Addition No. 2 Trustees which there from is an any existing parcel State through road; ; for the purpose of interviewing farmers and taking I' "
Bibles, note books and pencilsThe to West Palm Reach and easement for drainage and reclamation J
____ applications for their financial requirements.
of as In PB 10 P 72 4 44 43 and for road purposes will bereserved I'
choir will be composed Tract 11. Block 60.
bv the Board of Commissioners -
young people with Miss Margaret Palm Beach FarmsCompany of Everglades Drainage District. !
Plat No. 3 10 and ! Pahokee: at M. P. Holman Inc. Fertilizer House on
) of all oil
Fifty percent Sort gas
Powell, pianist.All S'i ______n_________ 29 42 39 320 will be reserved by the
Baptist youth and friends w 47 ft. of E 432 ft. of Board mineral of rights Commissioners of Everglades Fridays, July 2nd 9th 16th 23rd 30th and August
N 108 ft. Of SE'i OPNEI. I
are cordially invited to remain OF NW>4 ____ 33 43 43 Drainage Description District. Se.Tw.Rg.Ac. 6th and 13th between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and
following the Sunday night preacb- Lots 3 & 4. Block "D". I
Lot 10 Block 1. Bunker -
I
ing service for the regular get to- Town as in PB of South 7 P 46 u Bay__ 14 44 38 I Hill Addition to 3:00 p. m.
West Palm Beach as
gether program of fellowship. Rev. will be offered for sale at public outcryfor In PB 10 P 8 ______ 4 44 43
and Mrs. Moberg will be the host the highest and best cash bid. subject Lots 10 & 11. Block 8. Belle Glade: at the office of Van Landingham Brothers -
to the right of the Board of Commissioners -
With the addition of R. W. of Everglades Drainage Dis- PB Tuxedo 11 P46 Park .as....in.. 32 43 43 on Thursdays, July 1st 8th, 15th July 22nd
of trict to reject any and all bids at tha
the Class Quartet TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL
Singletary Courthouse beginning at 10:00: O'clockA. IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE 29th and August 5th and 12th between the hours of I
the Pahokee Men's Bible Class wi'lbe M. on the 6th day of August. 1948.Easement .
STATE OF FLORIDA.
complete assuring the class of for drainage and reclamation BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS O? 10:00 a. m.'and 3:00 p. m.
; and road purposes will be reserved
a program each Sunday morning.The Fifty percent (50") of all oil gas and DISTRICT.J. EVERGLADES. DRAINAGE
series of lessons mineral rights win also be reserved. will be
interesting BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS OF Alex Arnette. Agent for Trusteesof Interviews appreciated.
of the unsung the Internal Improvement Fund .
concerning some EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS:
and for Board of Commissioners of
(Aug.-8-col.)
heroes and heroines of the Bible is TRICT.J. Everglades Drainage District. Palm
Alex Arnette. for
as Agent
being taught by the teacher. Rev.C. said Roan Beach County. Florida. --- -- I I1
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A. Moberg. Publish: July 2. 9 and 111 1948.

the craftsman I '
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Bezaleel as spoken of in Exodus _ ____ _ __ ___- __ --- - --
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cordial invitation is extended to all

unaffiliated group meets men Sunday and visitors.mornings The in Everglades Special -The Insley Dragline

Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point

Road at 9:45. R. Cowart is the j jI jj jt

song leader.
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State-Wide Blood

Banks Are ProposedMOUNT


DORA-Six new blood
i
banks patterned after the one inaugurated -

by the Mount Dora

Lions Club have been organized at

St. Cloud. Sebring, Bartow Eustis, t

Fort Pierce and Cocoa, local Lions 1 I

Club officials have been I 1

The plan started here infOrmeJ'1 I 1i i

ceived the commendation of DavidR. } 1i

Murphy Jr.. president of the e"r"
Florida Blood Bank Association I i

and in a letter to Mrs. Mary ;l la

Gwynn. secretary of the Central

Florida Blood Bank he urged that

all civic clubs adopt similar mean

in forming their own blood bank X < SS
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Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to I
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even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous I..
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I others who share the road to avoid these "Pass Pockets" ,!
LIVE where lurk injury-and death. i!:

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Page Eight The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida Friday July 9. 1943


I Mrs Leila Davis has gone ti I ; &
i Georgia for a visit with relatives
in Colquitt and vicinity.Mr. .

and Mrs. William Jacobs of
'I San Francisco Calif.. are guests
here of his sisters Mrs. Gordon

:Miss Julia Mathis has gone to Hillier and :Mrs. J. C. Sboeppel. 3 Announcing: A
and families.
Panama City for a 10-day visit
with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ludeman
Mrs. R. W. Bowers and daughter. have as guests her brother-in-law
Blanche Elizabeth of Orland and sister-Mr. and Mrs Carey I
Management Change
have arrived in Pahokee to spendthe Vann of Miami.
summer with, her brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Denton and
- law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock left Tuesday i

Armstrong. for a summer vacation in I In TheBaconJones
Payne Jackson is spending t"- ;3 North Carolina.

summer with relatives in Culloden. Miss Jane Hamilton is visitingher *

Ga. grandmother. Mrs. MeD Hiers.
Mrs. B. W. Wood returned Sat- in Charleston S. C. I Hardware
urday from a visit with her son-
Miss Ma Watson left recently
in-latv and daughter. Mr. and Mrs
for Oak ridge. Tenn., where she has 0
Charles A. Baker in Gainesville
accepted a position.Mrs. .
She was accompanied home by arfilter g
Mrs. Elsie Collins and Mrs. H. L. Carter and daughter. In Pahokee
Collins' son and daughterinlaw.MSgt. Brenda have returned from a visit
.
and Mrs. Mandle Collins ot with relatives Washington. D. C.
Earl Chance has returned to the Q
Gainesville who visited here over
the weekend.Mrs. San Diego Naval Base after spend
ing a 14-day leave visiting his par-
Charles Barfield and Sonny I have sold interest in
relatives ents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chance. my the Bacon-Jones Hardware Store x:>
Hooks are visiting in
Swainsboro Ga.. and Henderson- and friends in Pahokee. Earl has : Mr. Jones and have retired from the firm. I sincerely hope that
his boot at the
ville N. CMr. completed training
and Mrs. O. R. Bacon Sr, San Diego base and is now servingas 0 you and all other patrons of the store continue to patronize.
have moved from Miami to Pay+o- yoeman to one of the chaplains
kee where they will make their at the base chapel. ; Jones at the same old stand. I deeply appreciate your consideration -

home. Harry Waldschlager will leave during the time we were in business together. g
Mr. and Mrs. Myers Fountain tomorrow for a vacation to be
have as a guest his brother Walter spent at his old home in Missouri
Fountain, of Sasser Ga. where he graduated from higH I
Miss Ada Hill of Philadelphia. school at Frankfort in 1910. Mr.
Pa., arrived recently for a visit Waldschlager and several other

with her brother-in-law and sister members of the same class will: .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham in hold a reunion. His son Jack arrived Orinacon
Pahokee.
home this week from New
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Ruther-
Orleans i,d will take over hi*
ford of Tennessee have arrived to PAHOKEEAow
make their home in Pahokee where father's job during the vacation
Rev. Rutherford has assumed his period.Mr. 0
duties as pastor of the Church of and Mrs Ed Smith ani
Nazarene.Mr. I'
the
daughter. Judy, of Fort Lauderdale .
and Mrs. T. L. Burns haveas I

guests this week his soninlawand were week end guests of M*. . . . .. . . . . . . . .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. J. and Mrs. Earl Maxson in Canal . . . . !": . . . '. . . . . .#'. i

Robinson Jr., of Pensacola. Point.
Mrs. C. L. Stuart and children and MM.
Roswell Harrington f
are spending the summer with her I ?-
mother and other relatives in Arnold Scruggs were called to ii

Black Ala.Sheldon Valdosta Ga.. last week on account t i.

Upthegrove has returned of the sudden death of their iI 4
to Beach, Calif.. after .
Long He wasa
brother J. B. Harrington.

with spending his mother a leave, Mrs.from E.the O, Upth Navy member of the Emory University iM pc wul ywrfftynote I r:

faculty and died while sittingin

grove.Lt. and Mrs. C. A. Parker and a doctor's waiting room. Mrs. comge / imn&AAuw than cNIl t
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son have returned to Quonset John Harrington attended th-
Point R. I., where he L stationed,
funeral which was held last Fri-
after a visit with relatives in Pa-

hokee.Mr. and Mrs.* L. J. Fraser and day.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert B. Mack'y .ANDCHEVROLET'S

daughter. Yvonne, were guests cf and children are spending a summer . .
Mr. Fraser's mother in Largo over vacation with relatives in Al-
the past week end. abama.


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