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August 6,1943 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN
CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
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RECENT : :!I I-Newest Potato Magic Invention Is Increase I In Millage For Elks Club DonatesAdditional
OPERATIONS l I Housewives moved one step Hospitals And Schools $3,000'ro'Swimming
nearer to a no-uork-all-fun kite
By Paul Rardin II IITbe en utopia last week. In cities from 1. Cause For Tax BoostNext PoolAt
the East Coast west as far as
Chicago they were being introduced a meeting of the Elks Lodgelast
State Game mud FreshWater year's taxes are going to be higher than they are
Fish Commission warns to Instant Potato, new kind if this year. In fart, they are going to be a great deal higher.In week that organization toted
spud that from shelf to table
sportsmen that if they are payIng without peeling goes or cooking. Th Canal ll.\int. state and county taxes will be 22.3 r higher to donate $3.000 more to the swimming -
more than $2 for a resident packaged vegetable has already' in Pahokee they will be 19.6r higher, in Belle Glade pool in Pahokee When the
ffebteg UceMe they are being been peeled cooked mashed and they will be 1U.G9J higher while in the recently created pool was first started the Elks
gyped and points oat that the dehydrated.To City of South: Day they will be 16.1;f higher. gave $1500 to the building funa.
law seta the rate at 91.75 plus Mock who
Rupert is on the committee -
whip up a fluffy white In order that the man who bears the tax burden may
25e for the County Judge, a total from the Lions club back-
mound of mashed potatoes all tt' kn>w the why and wherefore of the tax increase The Everglades -
of $2.00.The ing the pool project said yeste"day -
cook need do is boil water with
Nt\vs: is presenting: herewith a table which is self- that he
was the opinion
salt add cold milk and
explanatory. In case, however that figures baffle you at
above item in this potato stir for a fewbrisk : that the recent donation from the
newspaper last week caused quit urns. tinges we are going to take the liberty of explaining the Elks would come mighty near finishing
fvo tablp the It is
pool thehoJ"t" ofthe
a furore among folks who sell .
fishing license in the Everglades -- Table No. 1. shows the millajre necessary for the pres- Lions that the pool can b.
section of Palm Beach county. The ent year com}>ared with the millage assessed for the com- finished by the end of September
reason being that in these parts *' Mayor Tells Lions ing )Oe:1r. That's column one and two. In column three the Members of the Lions club and
fishing license costs the pisca- increase in milage is shown and the fourth column shows other citizens of Pahokee wer'
torial artist $2.25. The extra two- Of Building And the percentage of increase. The first table is easy to understand loud in their praise for the action
taken by the Elk in
bits of course is a fee retained it is simple arithmetic.Here .
by the place of business issuing is table No 1: donation for such a
Loan AssociationMayor worthy
projects As Elk
the license. The issuing agent in a tillage Millage
particular case in Canal Point was This Coming Milla e PercentageYear it. "it couldn't have gone
for a better causeo"
,. appointed by the county Judge and T. C. Richardson Year Increase Increas-i
told to collect an additional 25; guest speaker at the weekly luncn- Canal Point ___ .__. 29.87 36.54 6.67 22.3/r - .
for his time and trouble. eon meeting of the Pahokee Lions! Pahokee ,um __ _.. 33.87 40.54 6.67 19.6% Paul Tedder Given
! Club at the Lions Hall Tuesday. H>
Being somewhat concerned over explained the new Building and Belle Glade ..u .--.. 33.87 40.54 6.67 19.6,;
the matter after the innocent Loan Association which is being South 35.07 40.745.67 16.1% Armed Force Honor
. little ttem nad-cauaed BOCA an established in Pabokee.
Table No. 2 is no more complicated than the first one.
I wired the Game and Presi It was announced Chat the Paho
r Water FUb Commission in Tallahassee kee Elks Lodge had donated $3,000 But, it is the one that shows in detail where your money For Research Work
asking if it was within th: to the Lions swimming pool fund goes.
law for the county Judge to ap- which makes the fund sufficient to SCHOOL MILLAGE. The school board in order to meet JACKSONVILLE-Two Florida
point issuing agents and allow complete the pool. The committee oparatinj expenses during the coming year has had to scientists will be awarded Armed -
them to collect an additional 25c reported that they expect to have boot the millage from 14.6 to 17.10 which has already Forces certificates of appreciation -
for their work. the pool finished by the last of been okehed by the state board of public instruction. for research work during
September.A HOSPI1 ALS. Diiettors of the Western Palm Beach World War n. State Military District -
From Ben C. Morgan directorof : conducted round on table the proposed discussion!! hospital was County P.iblic Hospital Board, operating the Belle Glade headquarters announced t<>-
the Game and Fresh Water Flan! building which will be financed and Pahokee ho-pitrls: have deemed it necessary to raise day.They
Commission I received an answerto with bonds The city bond election the nvllajrp! from 5.C to .25 for the coming year. of are Prof. Paul M. Tedder
my wire and one paragraph is which is for ths purpose. is scheduled TWO ITEMS. You will readily note that in the two items theUnh..rsity of Florida for
work the radio fur
on proximity .
particularly interesting since it for August 31st at the City schools and hosritals-there has been a boost in millage and Dr. Albert V. Hardy of Arlington -
bas that "public be damned a,- Hall. Members of the cotimittee 5.75 mil!*. This mKe up a large majority of the entire laboratory director of the
titude" running through it. Her decided to inform the public regarding -
tax boost of 6.67 mills.In State Board of Health for his
is the paragraph: ; the financing and operation Road District No. 11-from which this district gets a work on control and immunizationof
There la nothing In the law of the hospital before the elec large share of money for roads and bridges-the millage Ls fientery.
whk prohibit the charging of
J. M. Elliott
tion. has as visitorsJoe
the its has been for ears--one mill. The Inland Prof Tedder, who L t section head
a fee by special agents. There Boom and Hayes Odum of Orlando same a >
I of the National Stan1-
..... It DOES NOT CONCERNthe Bill Walker of West Palm Navigation District is assessing one-tenth of a mill in next ard contract laboratory of tie
Game and Fresh Water FishCoinnMom Beach and Lion MathiS! of Be'I year's roll.GENERAL. Florida engineering and industrial
to long as the Commtelon Glade were also tisrtors., COUNTY.. Here is an item that covers many, experiment station in Gainesville,
receive the amount many ptnditlrt'nd! money from this particular fund will receive his award at midsummer
pecUled' .. by law for these i is expended under the direction of county commi Moners. graduation Cervices at the
lke.... At the recent two-weeks budget meeting of the commission University of Florida.
There in black and white from Two Weeks Rule To members, worket' for days in an effort to hold the millapedo'n
the state capital and from one of mills the it la-t but in- Prof. Tedder' la a former reorient
to !). :7 -- same ns was year-
'the bureaus supported by YOUlt Continue In Force well increased; of Canal Point and atttnd
cr:aseil s)larie* of county employees as as :
CASH you have it d.rect. Th school here He has many friend
coots of material.made it necessary to increase: this item
Commission doesn't give d two to
a In this area who will happy
about what your license costs >ou A move by Dr. B. F. Austin. director Mime. By naring here and shaving there the commissionerswere know of the honor he \III to recelv
just fo long as a specified i amou.:: of the county health depar'-' : able to prep T" next jear'budget;: with an increaseof Harold Ted'l,r, a brother of
reaches the Commission's tnasuro.In ment, to require all !chool childrtn only .82 mill*. Prof. Te<:l
its own words the CommM
IS NOT CONCERNED with school opening to l-e enrolled wa This: Coming pillage Long Island, with fv
charges set up by issuing agent given full approval of the count Year Year Increase federal r government where he III a
charge an extra dollar or two The approval came cn motion of .
Hospital I District! 5.0 8.25 :3.25 -
dollars for that matter if they *o CommiiOslo'f'r' Paul P..udm. ,
desired for writing out your Commission member were toM Road District No. 11 1.0 1.00 TIRE INFLATOR!
license. However, in this county I by: Rardin that tf-e county hJ
Inland :\3" Dist. .10 .10
don't believe the county judge been fortunate this summer in Nothing *ma+r+ a mnfnrt
would allow any racketeering keeping polio down: and any movement General County. 9.27 10.09 .82 Ire more qnirkly than l.. I"
along this line. to help the record alo-p- For build>W roads an" bridge, cocnty home, children's honv Vxnita'tZJtu caught rn the open rnA with a
should be s-upported n. -riqu.to c rtml. county airport. mother alo1. d*tertl..n flat Uf?. Hrrr i_ wwne hincwitlrh
a.a The following appointmert asked hoa.e. court" park. oui ty agent Ifice. county welfare etc and may help to allay hi.
6,540 Rotary Clubs by Dr. Austin were appr>-vfMr :te"u ban.!'led bv Cur*> Comm>A..lon..n.> mental trsin: a wnaJI 7-"'- -llInHi .
*. Roy Pipe Canal P";.nt. seen" I Under: Genera! County item above you will note lifted trH tank "itirtl "f>tp4
Throughout WorldVital grapher $130 to $10 salary several: of the items which are paid annually out of this about asses pnqllfh an" w Mein
range: lls.* Hilda J. Steffen Miami fund. Tha: *- the fund from which county commissioners will stand pre are<* up to toopnontK.
Stat u-. Total number nurse in VD clinic. $20; Mr It I* rarrtnl ia the trunk
(:1"1'n thtir!: cwintv bu ines and the fact that it has been
.f Rotary naN: CilO. EMime4 Enid HsJl. clerk for career cente- ..f the ear. la raiw of a -naa.air ."
total somber.. ., R tarXmrnlirr $14O to $IoO! salary range It war increased leas' than a mill peaks well for the men on th. the l. the tank *. i ed to te-
--> -= 3S.SSR ., new pointed cut that out-cf-county applicants board. An increase of less than a mill in the face of rising flat the ttr. It raatala* rmanc*
Raid rsinltlas. C7ra aise Jay were taken only when local costa on exrry hind i assurance that considerable thoughtand air to Inflate at Irwrt tw. ordinary
1. 1..7: aa la n1riM.. UIfigtars qualified ones cculJ net be study was given the General County item before it was Ure.. awl ran lIP ,..rowat
.a .t Jelly 1. found: placed in tne budget say garage ee tOB g ..tatsr -.
' Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. August 6. 194*
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crawling; insects, Mason jars fill--j of Winter Haven who ran against
. THE EVERGLADES NEWS ed with roaches tin cans full of Senators To Pick Brackin at that time, was actively
termites and bottles of ants. At campaigning at the Tampa caucus.
Serving the Lake Obeechobee Farming Region the end of the first horrible day. Their 1951 LeaderTAMPA Others being mentioned are Senator -
Established 1924 Published Every Friday' Mr. Baker was a nervous wreck Turner Davis of Madison,
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I' he was bug-eyed his flesh crawled, I Senator James A. Franklin of
he couldn't think eat or sleep. Being Presidency of the Fort Myers and Senator John E.
The News Is Entered at the Post Office
I Everglades completely submerged in a Florida state senate in 1951 has Mathews of Jacksonville.
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter I world of insects was bad enough, become a hot issue and will likely Ten votes will pledge the presi
but it was up to Baker to count be decided within the next monthor dency. While there are 38 mem-
Paul Rardin- -I I Owner, Editor, Publisher 'em. so, probably at a meeting of bers of the senate it is only those
"Here Mister," the kids would : members scheduled to be held at coming from odd numbered districts -
President (?) DeweyOne shout gleefully, holding up a con- Fort Walton August 20. the new members who will
filled to the brim with I Senate members vote. It was the even members who
night in 1940 the National Press Club in Washingtonthrew tainer : attending fie selected Newman Brackin. This
a steak arid beer party to which all the prospective crawling insects.* "110 cockroache3.1 recent house caucus at Tampa began cuts the field to 19 in which
count 'em. Since active and the
presidential candidates were invited. The spirit of the off- pledges will control.
roach has a specific value and two chief contenders at this time carry
the-record affair can be judged by the fact that each prominent I these young merchants wanted are Senator Raymond Sheldon of .
politico was assigned to deliver a 10-minute addresson payment. in full, there was no way. Tampa and St'natorVaUae E. There are more Kentucky kern-
the subject "Why I Should Not Be President," and a'l! out. Either Baker must take their Sturgis of Ocala. els at Hialeah this summer than
readily accepted. This list was long for it was still uncertain count or count them himself. Sheldon, a veteran member who at the height of winter racing at
whether FDR was going to run for a third term and all the For three mad days this will I has served three terms in tu the showplace Florida track. It's
hopefuls were there except the president himself. stampede continued. Phone calls house was speaker pro tern n like this: there was considerable
of in the
One Lv one, they pot up and delivered their humourous came in from irate part'ntsf I 1941. and elected twice to the senate quantity Kentucky corn
hay taken from stalls for a protective
talks making! fun of themselves. Lovable Wendell Willkiewas bug-hunting youngsters, who were was prominently discussed f .r blanket for the
slowly going mad as their off : the 1951 presidency during tn* racing
in great form. Paul McNutt, with his barbershop sun strip off-season. The seed toon
springs carried on like starvedanteaters i last session. He was a member of
tan. sing in his rich baritone a parody on the Gilbert and diving frantically at a group that selected Senator root and the Hialeah track h
Sullivan! bar, 'They Never Would Be Missed." Jesse Jones every unwary insect that put ;nah Newman Brackin in Crestview fD- accidently become a flourishingcorn
the ponderous Texan, told a shockingly filthy (but funny) appearance. In one case a boy the 1949 presidency.His patch.
story. Manr-other notables contributed to the gayety. Finally and girl had gathered thousandsof opponent in the 1951 race. . .
it came Tom Dewey's turn. The little New York district ants and an unknown number of Wallace E. Sturgis of Ocala. twice Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter and
attorney; not yet even governor, arose and launched a deadly roaches and then spilled their elected to the senate and a supporter Barbara are spending a month's
serious account of his own achievements and qualifica- treasure all over the kitchen floor of Senator Harry E. King vacation at Delray Beach.
tions, consuming his:: full 10 minutes. He sought to bring Other kids after digging in garbage .
his speech within the party's specifications with a lame con- pails came home with their -
clothes and like I
a mess smelling
clusion to the effect that of course a man with his great rec- f
an incinerator on a rainy night.
ord would not be wanted in Washington. When he sat down Because of the human interest
he was greeted with deafening silence. aroused, both St. Petersburg Shrubs and TreesALL
The incident was characteristic of Dewey-always industriously newspapers featured story after
businesslike, always slickly efficient, but not often story about the affair. Radio con.-
friendly and warm-hearted. Since then by most accounts. menators talked about it. The Associated : ; VARIETIES AT RETAIL
Dewey has changed considerably. He is said to have ma- Press and United Press I
tured and mellowed in many ways. But it is hard to conceive picked up the story. From n> 'I
standpoint of publicity it proveda !
that he ever could capture the affection of people or com-
mand the hot loyalty of his personal followers like a Roosevelt smashing success. Everybody : I JACOBSEN POWER AND "' I
bad fun that is everybody but Mr.
or even a Harry Truman. Baker. He said he may live buthe'n I f
Yet Dewey would make a good president, and maybe a never be the sam HAND LAWN MOWERS
great one. It takes a talented, 20th century administratorto Rieck & Fleece paid out several I I
run the executive branch of the United States government hundred dollars in cash for bugs : ,
and all the ramifications it has developed today. but feel they got their money'*
Dewey shines as an administrator. He has surrounded him- worth. Their store was jampacked Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons !
self not with political hacks but with experts in their fields. the day of the demonstration 1100 Southern Bhd.. West Palm Beach :
The way Dewey won the nomination probably shows the and no one was happier on this oc- I
than Baker who thrilled
way he would run the government. It was done with finished he watched his insect zoo destroyed -- ___ _. ____ .
professional technique: and smooth efficiency all the way by the marvelous new product. -- ------- - ---- ------ -
through. An English newspaper reporter who covered the Result of the promotion is that
campaign and the convention gave/the perfect description St. Petersburg has gone bug-paint
of it: "The humorless efficiency of a certified public accourtemt crazy. Immediately after the promotion I II
hundred of quarts of the
in quest of the Holy Grail, I
Nor would Dewey fail to get along with congress. The I to paint Baker were these sold.same Now people according who 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
New York legislature is full of die-hard democrats but.
purchased quarts are coming back
has his for New York State I
Dewey put through programs for gallons to paint their entire
with outstanding success. He had no close contacts with home.
nation, but that might be an advantage to him. Certainlyfew To West Palm Beach
presidents hrve had poorer relations with congress than Cinematic ChatterBy
Hany Tru an. who went to the White House from the Dally To Ft M-vers & Lakeland
senate, and that goes even for the congressmen of his own Malcolm Millar
p.\riy.-Fort Myers News-Press.
When you put stars such as tia
following into a picture you"/ Glades Motor Lines Inc.
St. Petersburg Merchants Buys Bugs Got Gloria A DtHaven'alter Picture. Mickel Rooney Huston ,
Butch Jenkins Frank Morgan. SERVING THE GLADES"
By Thousands To Prove Killing
Marilyn Mooreht ad. these are th-
Power Of A New Paint He Sells stars picture I am is the speaking glorious about.technicolor Thj
comedy "Summer Holiday
I use the term "glorious in
(By Russell KayBefore water-bugs termites and in generous mentioning it i* in technicolor. fa-. I
:you express the opinion quantities He decided to ad- cause I have never seen any more
that vertise for them and called upon I beauty in one picture than is 'u toiprov.
newspaper advertising doesn'tget I We're paying plenty
his advertising agency. Alfred L. this delightful show. ,
results, you'd better have a
Lino A Associates of St. Peters In this comedy you will hear
talk with Frank Baker head of burg, to prepare copy for publica- the famous "Stanley Steamer- serviceA
the paint department at Rieck A tion In local papers. song with twelve other sensation il your
Fleece, home builders departmentstore The following day display ad song numbers. To sum it all u?>
in St. Petersburg aPPE'aredhich read. "Wa-ted: inflects you have "Tunes by top tun--
Not long ago Baker took on a bugs coik-roaches. termite smiths, "laughs by the carload.
new line of Faint a Florida product ant, We want 'em Al.\e "Tie following Love by starlight" and "color by
manufactured by Dianol. Inc. prices are offered. 3.: eaca Technicolor." To add one thins
at St. Petersburg, a combination for 10.000 cockroaches: Ic each: more you will have 'The time of A
paint-insecticide that is guaranteed for 5,OOO termites $100 for 1,000.000 .- your life and an unforjrettabi a
to kill injects upon contact It Iii ants This isn't a joke. Bnnj evening at the theatre with Sum-
known as Dianol which contains anew them to our store and see M- .*
insecticide D-3 that is deadlyto I f Baker. We have a new paint whic.i See you at the movie*-Mai,
insects but perfectly harmless the manufacturer guarantees will . J
to humans and animal I"kill insects when they walk on it. A 25 per cent reduction in cargo
Secret of the product is that th! the killing power la twg, as Ion; rates for the shipment of gift
insecticide! is homo nou ly mixed as the natural life of the paint. W-? fruit packages from Florida to
with the pigment of the paint, thus : need thousands of bugs for public northern cities has ben put into
having full killing power for the I I demonstration to be held at ou- effect bv Eastern Air Lineit, was .and still''"
life of the paint. In addition th- : store Kieck & Fleece 1216 Central; announced last week by Captain ..
company produces a powder that A\e. St. Petersburg" Eddie Packerbarker. president' an 1 selling
can be mixed with any flat oil or Within a matter of hours after general manager. you ,
water base paint to obtain tie: the ad. appeared bight-e.i .. .
same insect-kilting results eager youngster began swarming The 30th annnersarv of airmail BlecldcityCHEAP
To prove the claim made for thin; into the store each carrvsng a Jar service wa very much In evidence
amazing product and satisfy tf of live bugs They poked in cracks wherever Florida Airways carries !
Doubting Thomases. Baker conceived looked under rocks, searched garbage the mail In and out of the stateMr .
: the brilliant idea of holding cans. invaded art hills and . .
a public demonstration at whlon they out-Buckrd Frank Buck when and Mrs J B Fraser have
"bugeyed onlookers could see the it came to "brirgin 'em bark returned to their tome in Ft.
insects die when placed on su-- alive..* Lauderdale after visiting their RUllt PI'-UHTCIIMIT3ge
fares painted with Dianol. In no time at all Baker was up son-in-law and daughter Mr. ani .1
But for such a demonstration he to his Adam' apple! in hues He Mrs Richard L. Brooks and fam-
must have injects. roaches, ants tad can after can of creeping: ily here
Friday, August 6, 1948 Th Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page ThreePRELUDE
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, :- : : Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential pre .
I I -.. '0 . ..........::... lude to accident
j; i Crossing: into the danger zone can occur at the approach to +
III I .' ." i. .. the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or I
I _" even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
f I 01'::....._.... driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
! !-- fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such aw
! Mr. Pedestrian-
, these. I
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"' WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to I I'I
''I others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" I III
,II LIVE where lurk injury-and death. I,
,;!, LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being r'
one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the I
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this
I You can be a safe driver if yon wilL It's up to you.
' CROSS AT CROSSINGS / I
'I I WAIT-CROSS..WITH UOKT I I
' DON'T STEP OUT MOM -
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IHINO FARKID CARSON
i HIGHWAYS ALWAYS
'I': WALK PACING TRAFFIC
The Everglades News !
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 6. 19'3
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Miss McClure Bride INDUSTRIAL --
Of Robert Apelgren Personal ItemsMr.
Miss Virginia Ann McClure. FLORIDA . . ... .... pj COMMISSION
. .. 111..6 . - and Mrs. E. E. Coleman
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
have returned from 7 weeks vacation -
McClure of Pahokee and Robert
II touring the states. While awav
Donald Apelgren son of Mr. and they visited their son-ni-law and
Mrs. George Apelgren of New daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Odooi
Britian. Conn., exchanged mar- in West Frankfort. I1L They al>
riage vows at the First Methodist visited in St. Louis Mo.. Kentucky
Church in Pahokee Sunday afternoon Tennessee and Georgia and took'a
at 4 o'clcok. The Rev. Carson cottage for a week at Savannah
T. Howes, pastor of the Beach.
church performed the impressive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thomp-
candlelight service. The altar was son and family have returned froMa
decorated with large floral basketsof 2 month's vacation at Virginia
white gladioli against a back- Beach and Hendersomnlle. N. C.
ground of tropical palms and lighted -
WORKMEN'SCOMPENSATION UNEMPLOYMENT FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT Walter Lowe of Miami was the
tall cathedral candles. The
guest this week of his brother-in-
pews were marked with white INSUSCS AGAINST ACCIOCNTS MOVIOCS INCOME PUftMfi PERIODS Of SWINGS TOGETHER.THC MAN AND IOe law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Tom
gladioli tied with white satin rib- WHILE EMPLOYED UNEMPLOYMENT.: Sheppard.Mr. .
bon and a candle encircled wifi
fern was placed in each windowThe and Mrs. W. H. Kemp an!
children have returned from Geor-
altar rail was entwined with
fern and white blossom gia where they visited relatives for
Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Jr.. of
Belle Glade organist, played nup- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shaughnesavwere
tial music before and during the week end guests of their
ceremony including "0 Perfect daughter Jeanne in Tampa.
Love" "Evening Star" "At Dawn- Mr. and Mrs. Novell Hall an:!
Ing" and "I Love You Truly." Sh. Miss Betty Tall of Arcadia were
accompanied John A. Dulany solo week" end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ist who sang "O Promise Me." CHILD LABOR LAW SIP SAFETY DIVISION Donnell Hall.
TRAINS WORKERS 1O BECOME PROVIDES: EDUCATIONAL AND Elmer
ADMINISTERS LAW COVERING B., Ronnie and
and "Because. and also played OCCUPATION MINORS.. SKILLED A TRADE. INSPECTION SERVICE FOR WDWSTRICLEVATOft Warn:
the traditional wedding marches. Elliott sons of Mr. and Mrs. B.
The bride given in marriage by Elliott of Pahokee. arrived home'
her father wore a traditional lb' FLORIDA yesterday after spending six weeks
ivory satin gown. The decollete t t 'F"" at Ridgecrest Camp in North Car
"'as screened In lace, with a fitte-I I olina.
bodice full skirt bustled to the Mrs. Paul Rardir will leave this
back, cascading into a court train. LJ J J INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION week end for Glennville Ga.
The removable mitts were pointedat where she will spend a few weeks
the wrists and her trainlengthveil I with her parents Dr. and Mrs.V..
of imported illusion fell from hiJ O. Strickland.Mr. .
. a sequin-crested crown. She carried It i*> Concerned if and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and
a bouquet of orchids and:: COOC children Jackie and Nancy Lee.
stephanotis.Miss REGULATES INSTALLATION OF CLCVATOM ANOMAINTENANCE *. have returned to the home in Pa
Ruby Jane McClure sisterof YOU NEED A JOB LOSE YOUR.JOB hokee after rpend'nr: "veral day
the bride, was maid of honor. with relatives in Marianna and
She wore yellow taffeta fashione 1 k 4 GET HURT ON THE JOB NEED TO LEARN A SKILL Sanford.Mr. .
with sweetheart neckline and cap and Mrs. Morris Adams an>l
sleeves. Small taffeta-covered but- grandson. Michael Maxson. returned -
MINORS ARE WORKING IN HAZARDOUS JOBS
tons trimmed the fitted bodice and a : to their homes in Canal Point
Monday after a visit of several
the full skirt was bustle draped.A
YOUR FIRM NEEDS A SAFETY PROGRAM
halo of yellow illusion formed weeks in Georgia with relatives.Mr. .
her headdress and she wore long and Mrs. G. L. Sims son
matching mitts and carried a THE ELEVATOR YOU RIDE IS UNSAFE Buddy and daughter Jane of Atlanta
bouquet of lavendar astor pom returned to Canal Point
pons.Gwenle. rrnvKTE amanan MONKSftCCULATCS > Mondav night from a vacation
PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT spent in Georgia and North Carolina
Perkins of Fort Pierc-
a.EepES. 8OURCER.aIIIOA, inuuii mine 001N ISSt0R.
the bride's cousin was Junior Miss Jane will. return to Atlanta -
bridesmaid. She over the week end.
.wore. aquamarine ..
larreta fashioned along the same I - ----------------1
lines as that of the maid of honor. hat green with and matching white green pumps veil with and : NO WONDER! I Cover Crop Unusual I Skill Lacking, Many
She too wore long matching
heart-shaped bows. White short'e On Hialeah Track Remain UnemployedA
mitts, a halo of aqua illusion and Customer at "Fte
gloves bag and a corsage of white
been watching that mechanic for
Little Betty Jo Phillips and orchids completed her costume. HIALEAH-Not all the "cab- large proportion of the current -
. folly minutes. and there's ann
Bunny Brooks were the flower who knows his business! bage" at Hialeah Park goes unemployment is caused bv
girls. They wore long pink taffeta Tennis TourneyBy He didn't spill a drop of oil be through the pari-mutuel windows seasonably" of work in the state
gowns with fitted bodice and full scarcity of specialized skills an.lage
pat the hood down gently fastened the
ruffled School Players racing season. restrictions A. M. Larrimore,
skirt and carried basketsof It securely, left no fingerprints
Some of it stays on the track manager of the Belle Glade office
petals. Nancy Perkins another -
on the car. He wiped hi*
of the bride's cousins wore The Pahokee school recreation hand before opening the door. Right now, there is a good crop of the Florida State Employment
lavendar taffeta fashioned along department for the past week has spread dean cloth on the upholstery of velvet beans, blackeyed peas, Service announced today.
the lines been In the of oi Numbers of Jobs remained unfilled -
same and lighted the process running tneahed the gears noiselessly okra cucumbers and other running
tapers. a tennis tournament for its memo despite the existence of a
and drove carefully.
away vines where the nation's
Robert M. Howarth of Providence bers. Due to the warm weather the ." growing pool of unemployed workers because
thoroughbred horses cavort
R. I. was Mr. Apelgren'sbest best four of six games were calleda Bystander: ",...., that's Ilk the racing _1UOft. during few of those within the desired
man and Richard L Brooks set. The boys played the best own car." It's age brackets possess the
the only race track in the
and Jack A. Phillips of Pahoke; three of five sets, while the girls -S se- that specialized skill or training which
were the ushers. played two best out of three sets country grows a crop of veg- is needed (in the vacant Jobs Lar
etables during the off-season according
Mrs. McClure chose for her Rain each afternoon made the Former Governor, rimore said.Placements.
to J'V.. Morrow
daughters wedding a of afternoon matches slow but there super- through the Bell
gown Fred P. Cone Passes
intendent of the plant and track at
light blue crepe, trimmed wits has been much enthusiasm in the i Hialeah Park since 1931. Glade Employment office amounted -
gold buttons. She wore a gold competition according to Coaci to 32 during July, which Is adecrease
WHITE SPRINGS-Death came Planted in late April on six '
necklace and white accessoriesand Clyde Alley who has been in << since June. Employmentin
last week to Florida's colorful inches of straw and manure from
a corsage of pink rosebuds.A charge of the tournament. The remainder the area Is maintaining a slightly
former Governor Fred P. Cone who the stables, the crop is allowed to
reception followed the ceremony of the matches will b' lower level than last dui
died at 'tis home in Lake City grow until mid-September when it
at the home of the bride's played after August 17th in tbV to less new construction and agreater
after a brief illnes. He was laid to is mashed with a straight disK.
parents on Bacom Point Road. afternoon from 4 p. m. on. Alley out
rest on the banks of the Suwanneiruvrr After it rots for about 30 days it isUUKCU migration of farm
White gladiodi and white and Yt"!. said.The ro,___ '-_ .___-" __ __n &_ ...._ -L-" _'-A '__L__ h_ __ &L workf'nI_
.- ur luvru BU wen. Inlilt' ago/n iwo intucs:: uuuer ui?
sow roses in artistic arrangementwere following are the results so .a. .
family burial plot. surface and this forma a soft
throughout the The far: Single senior division. D.
growing demand for mall
Graveside rites In the Old Prospect cushion for the pounding hooves of
bride's table was laid with an Imported Hitchcock over Wilder 4-1; 1-4; Churchyard followed funeral the blue-blooded horses cars, says Powel Croa y. Jr.,
lace cloth and the four- 4-2; 1-4; 5-4. Loretta WiLton over services at the First Baptist . pioneer builder of lightweight
tiered wedding cake Yvonne Fraser 4-2; 4-1. G. Sowder
automobiles indicates an end tj>
Church in Lake City. Reverend E.
with a miniature bride and bride over M. Tillis 4112.. 4-2. Patsy F. Montgomery pastor of the Cement Concern To the modern trend toward bulkier
groom. The guests were served Creel over Helen Howes. 4-1. 40. First Presbyterian Church told Operate In FloridaJACKSONVILLEThe cars which in recent years has
cake, punch and daintily molded Loretta Wilson over Mary AnnHowes. I
the more than 400 persons attend- caused a shrinkage of more than
wedding bells of ice cream. Serv- 42. 4-0. -
I in 15 per cent in the nation's pubHgaMLgt'
ing at the bride's table Mrs. J. K. Carr over Bobby Schroder. gs: Lehigh
were "An eulogy could do no further i Portland Cement Company is coning and parking capacity.
Herschell' Corrells of Arcadia Mrs. 4-0 4-O. 4-0. F. Gillis over the Rev. I . -
C. T Howes. honor to this man. Our greatestdefense into Florida in a big way. Tte
Richard L. Brooks 4-2 4-2. 41. C.
Jack lies in the lives of thov ,j jindividuals !Corporation recently acquired( Business may be off at other
Phillips. Mrs. Roy Wood of Homestead Sowdr over D. Hitchcock. 4-1.
rare tracks this summer but not
who have been our inspiration 9.500 of land
acres bordering on
was in charge of the briJ..'.. 4-1. 2-4. ..1. Wynell Gillis over
at Hialeah which U enjoyingrecord
in these restless times. the Florida IntracO&Ital'atrr.
book and Mrs. H. C. Graham, Lor.ttWd.on.. .-2, 3-4. 4-3. 1[
pianist crowds of sightseers. Therr
Junior Among state officials attending way just north of Flagler Beach.A. .
played appropriate music. Ot i. division singles.1 Roy increase of 15 cent .n
the services were Secretary o: K. Cawley alli.ltAnttary ecre- was an per
era assisting were Mrs. Charlei Spooler over E. Caruthers. 4-0.1 I State R A. Gray: Road Department of the company stated the: victors for June over 1MT. 'a survey -
Perkins of Ft. Pierce, cousin of 4-1. 41. Hamilton over Mulli. Chairman I reveals More than :./QI) daily
Elgin Baye a-J this cite was chosen because it
the bride and Mrs. 4-2. Mixed doubles. PatsyCreel.
Johnson I i
: Former Governor John W Martin provided great quantities of coqulr.a visit the track the only one Inworl..j ta.
of Miami. Thf'rt't"rt', l'y> F Christian over H. Howes I .
i I Gubernatorial: nominee Fuller shells which can bf" used in kept open the yearrour.ia s
guests attending the and F. Rozrlle.' 35. 42. 4-0. Girl!
After a wedding reception. doubles; M. HalL \,.. GiIUs over T Warren also attended;; he had longbeen i| proceaning and that being located public park. -
close friend of the IntracoaMa -
I a Fred Con on Waterway *aure
the state and the Wilson 0-4 4-1
thenewlyweds AI CahiU. of the JACK-
4-1. former Governor was 75 at !' i water transportation for
will make their hon the time of hi* death. heavy freight. onviD Junior Chamber of Commerce -
at 6S04 Yumuri A'"f'.. Coral - C . The company also! bought five was installed as presiVnt
Gables. Bob and William Kilpatrick o! Mrs. W P. Jemijran and Mr and ore-half acres of dock: property of tie Florida Jaycees at a banquet
For traveling the bride changed Sanford are" guests this week cf Beryl Bowden of Clewiston we--" in Jacksonville and plans to in Jacksonville this week Heuceeeda
to a kelly green silk shantung their aunt. Mrs, J. V, Th.xnu anj guests of Mrs. Paul Rardin in I'build cement tilt and a shipping William S. Ri>tn of
suit with gold buttons a white felt family. Canal Point Friday. station for its Florida products. MantuUnd.
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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, August 6, 194S
Citrus Mutual Has A As soon as 75 per cent has !finished declared Watkins. They'llbe All-Time High Set
been signed up, an election will be Rainfall Hampers painted to match the old capitoL I
Future Plans Ready called and the grower-members of By Price On Hogs
LAKELAND L. B. Anderson Mutual will elect a new board of Construction Of The Industrial Commission build- 1 l -
directors. There will be a new ing will house other agencies including CHICAGO-rive bogs set another -
of Mulberry in a letter to the board in active control of Mutual the beauty culture board r new price record Monday
press made the suggestion before it goes into operation.Q Capitol CenterTALLAHASSEEOptimism livestock sanitary board and the at 31.10 a hundred pounds for
inquiries about Florida How is the board of directors tuberculosis board offices. 1 one load. 10 cents higher thmir
tual be answered through news- I
the all-time made
All buildings will be connected
papers as a means of getting more was
A In each of the seven Florida lay- . .
information to growers. expressed here Sunday that the with a central heating plant
Citrus Commission districts Mu-
Jim Morton organizing director three buildings in the state's out and air-conditioned. NURSES NEEDED
tual grower members will meet . ..
of Mutual has drawn up a list multi-million dollar capitol center
annually to elect two directorsa --
of questions being asked at or- total of 14 from the districts. project will be completed by next Miss Caraway Is A need for nurses to be assignedto
ganizational meetings over the Jan. 1. polio cases in North and South
These 14 will be a nominating
state and presented answers to Hampered by almost 60 inchesof Hostess To CircleMiss
committee, and will present names Carolina is urgent. Nurses who
the. The questions and- answers rainfall so far in 1948 and with
to the growers attending the annual I have bad polio experience and who
are: the wettest July in 61 years, con- Elizabeth Caraway was
Q Will Florida Citrus Mutual be state meeting of Mutual. struction of the State Supreme hostess to members of the Lottie will serve in this disaster are
Seven other directors will be elect-
in operation early next season? court the State Road departmentand Moon circle at her home in Paho- asked to contact the nursing
ed at the annual meeting, to make
A Yes, if the citrus growers of the Industrial Commission kee Monday afternoon. She led the service of their local Red Cross
a total of 21 directors.Q .
Florida want it. It can only become buildings has lagged far behin-1 devotional and presented a program Chapter at once.Prince .
active if 75 per cent or more anticipation.The on, "Missions."
have a vote? - -
of the is signed on 1700.000 Supreme court
tonnage up A Yes. The control of Mutualis : During the business session over
grower contracts. Your signed building located on Duval st. in the which he presided in the absenceof
by the votes of'its grower mem-
grower contract is needed to make shadow of the state capitol and the chairman, Mrs. J. C. Mock,
bers in the election of the boardof
this total, and contracts are avail- the costliest of the three is onlJ members voted to send a contribu-
directors. Every grower, largeor
able to you at most banks an t half finished. tion of money to overseas relief. TheatrePahokee
small, has one vote.
chambers of commerce in the Tardiness of construction of this Refre&hmt'nts.were served duringthe
Q How will Mutual operate
citrus area. structure has drawn comment a;;;; social hour to 7 members at-
through its board of directors anJ
Q As a grower, if I sign up and its executive committee? cabinet meetings from Gov. Mil- tending. Florida
the packer or canner with whom I lard F. Caldwell. .
A The executive committee will::
have done business in the past Both the 1500.000 State Roal WEDDING PARTYMr.
be 13 and
shippers canners nom-
does not sign what shall I do? building and the $1.200,000 Industrial -
inated by the handlers in Mutual, SundayMondayAugust
A If 75 of the growers Commission structure arc
percent and elected by the board of directors. and Mrs. O. B. McClure entertained -
have signed with Mutual, your 71 per cent finished but they are '
members of the Ape 8-9
They will be men skilled in
from 21 to 27 cent behind construction .
or canner will probablyalso per
shipper gren-McClure weddnig party Sat-
selling and marketing with the ex-
schedule, E. 11.atkir..<:.
be in Mutual. If not there
urday evening following the wed
perience and "know how" to develop .
will be available to for your construction supervisor, reports.
you workable control plans, ding rehearsal at the church at a
service hte and canning The Industrial Commission building "Summer Holiday"starring
packing equitable to both growers ani: of dinner party; at Cypress Lodge in
which stands just
facilities of Mutual members.Q .
shippers, which will give Florida Port Mavaca. Guests were Mr. and
\ those who do Statehouse-although far from fin
Q growers citrus intelligent market Mrs. Richard L. Brooks. Mr. and
growers ished-will be the scene of feverish -
members of Mutual
not become Mrs. Jack A. Mr. and
and distribution of their Phillips.
have an advantage by staying out- ing ducts.Q pro- moving around Sept. 1. Mrs. John A. Dulany. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Rooney; Gloria
Chairman Carl B. Smith said the
side? Sydney K. Smith Jr. the Rev. an l
If I become a in DeHaven Walter
commission will start moving
A Definitely not. Mutual by vir- ;Mrs. Carson T. Howes Mrs. Herschel ,
I sell fruit the tr
ture of size and volume will en- ? that date, although : ] Correls. Miss Ruby Jane Mc Houston Butch
no prospects of the upp: ,
joy preferred recognition, and will have see ,Cure Mr. P.o1xrt1.. Howarth ard
A Yes. just as you always; floor of the building being completed -
definite market advantagesfor Jenkins
secure i the bride and bridegroom-elect.
done, except that you agree to senor then.
its members. Mutual will be by Miss Virginia McClure and Robert
I market only through handlers
Little of the
able to give service to growers hope Supreme I Apelgren.
who have contracts with utua"1 court and state road building bring -
that could not be had by growerswho ,,_ ..._ t f h '1 ."..,.... I I
outside.Q Q &u un" even o al g ready for occupancy before
When will we growers elect a or destruction of my crop by next year was seen by contractors.But .
board of directors? freeze or hurricane, will Mutual the buildings will be amon?
new reimburse me for my loss? the South's _finest when they are
A No. Hail damage or destruc- Milk Means GrowthWithout
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR tion by hurricane or freeze are
(Senate Bin No. 1C3) known as Acts of God, and are not Classified AdsFOR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatC. the responsibility of Mutual.Q .
Y. Byrd bolder of TalE Cmlllcmte Does Mutual control express certain elements in his
No. 14384. Issued the 4tn day of July.A. SALE: New and used Willys;
D. 1927. has filed name In my office shipments?
and has made application for a tax A No. Mutual contracts do not Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in diet, baby would lack bounce and
deed to be Issued thereon. Said certificate Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcb
embraces the following described cover Florida citrus fruit or pro- energy. The urge to grow and de-
property In the County of Palm Beacn.
ducts used for home consumption, SEPTIO tanks and
State of Florida to-wit: grease traps
Lou I to 14 Inc. Block 4. El Be or small quantities disposed of for cleaned and repaired. Phone velop would be retarded.
Court. Pricey, Florida. as In P. B. local consumption or fruit shippedby 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c
12. P. 94.
The assessment of the said property express or sold to express ship Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
under the said certificate Issued was pers. Your contract contains these SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos
In Unless the name said of certificate Unknown.sball be redeemed exceptions.Q Siding and roofing contact man safest milk for your baby.
according to law. tbe property How will my $5 membershipfee Florida Remodeling and Construction
described highest bidder therein at tbe will court be sold house to dporon the be used? Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade I Homogenized 1IiIkvith the all-
the first Monday In the month of A The membership fee is to Phone 364. TF
September.of September.1948.1948.which Is the 6th day cover the expenses of the organization MACHINERY FOR SALE: I : important Vitamin D added is
Dated this 6th day of August A. D. of Mutual-travel. printing,
1948. office salaries, telephone, telegraph 1 International Diesel TD-35 : the choice of many mothers for
J. ALEX ARNETTE.Circuit Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem
( Court Seal) etc. I
baby feeding. Be safe when
Clerk of Circuit Court of Q If I have signed a Mutual Athens Harrow, Timken Bearings: : ;you
Palm Beach CountT. Florida. 1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppers :
Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 1948. contract what more can I do to for pasture maintenance. All of : buy milk-look for the Alfar em-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR rein? above Equipment has been recon- :
TAX DEED A You can help by getting your
ditioned and in first class condition :
(Senate Bill :No. un to become a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Nichols Equipment Co., Seb- :
C. Y. Byrd holder of Tax Certificate member. You can secure his mem-
No. 8174. Issued the 5th day of Au ru.t. where stranger might ring. Fla. Located by A. C. L. :
A. D. 1929. has filed same' In my offlc Depot. P. O. Box 58, Phone 6811. : LFABelle '
and has made application for a tax not be able to because he probablyhas 4TP :
deed to be sued thereon' Said certificate faith in your judgement. \
embrace the following described . I
property In the' County of Palm Beach. ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker :
State of Florida to-wlt:
Lots 10 12. Block 1. El Be Court. Adams PadgettThe Spaniels A K C Registered- :
Delray. Fla. as In P. B 12. P. 54 Champion blood lines. Our show :
The' assessment of the said property Glade - Phone 20
under the said certificate Issued was marriage of Miss Isabel wins prove our quality. A limited :
In the name' of Unknown. Christine Adams and Dan Clifford number of puppies available '
Unless said certificate' shall be redeemed '-
Priced from $35. E. F. Cus ma:1.
according to taw the propertydscrlted Padgett was solemnized InBelle
therein will be !sold to the Pahokee Phone 4S62 J19ch
Glade Saturday evening at --- - -- --- ----- ,
highest bidder at the court home door .
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on the first Monday In the month ofSeptember. the Community Methodist. churcn WELL DRILLING: See Bob
1JMS which to the eth day with the Rev. Leonard Vandewater -
of Sep'ember.' 1948.! Douthit. Pahokee, Fla. Phon
Dated thl 8th day of August! D. officiating in a single ring! 3S72.' July 16n Notice To Growers And Stockmen!
1948. ceremony. Mr., and Mrs. Henry
J. ALEX ARSF.TE.
Bridges attended the couple. FOR RENT: Warm Farm LandS
Circuit Court s..uC'lprlt I
of Circuit Court of The bride wore a light blue crepe E2 Sec. 14. (254: acres) next to .
Palm Beach County Florida. afternoon dress fashioned with ar>- Canal Point Labor camp. excellent The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION i
Publish August 6. IX 20 27. 1948.
pliqu Hl lace flower A fingertipveil location for getting day labor and : and The National Farm Loan fociation, ':
NOTICE OF \PPUC\TIO" R I was attached to her sma'J bean pickers. Phone 584. SJul6ctf !
T%X DEED: representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade
(Senate Bill No. 1C!) white hat. and her corsage was of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That pink rosebuds.A "'.':\&1:0"ork to keep two for the purpose of interviewing farmers and taking .
C. Y. Byrd holder' of TalE Certificate trucks buy. See Frank Chaney in ;
white dress styled will applications for their financial l requirement
:No. 14393 issued the 4th day of Juv.A. : I crepe
D 1977. has filed same In my cff'ce I peplum
deed to be issued thereon Said eertlf-I Bridges and a rosebud corsage HOGS FOR SALE: All Breeds. Pahokee: at M. P. Holman, Inc. Fertilizer House, on
irate embraces the following described completed her attire.
Property In the County of Palm Brach. I The couple i is touring the tate any; amount. See Crate Tucker. Friday July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd 30th and August
State of Florida to-wlt Pahokee. Fla. 2tp
Iota 1 to 12 Inc. Block 3. El Be and will live in Belle Glade. Mrs. 6th and 13th 1 between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and
Court. Delray. Florida as in P. B. Padgett will continue as chief FOR SALE: Boat and out boa rj 3:00 m.
12. P 54 p. .
The assessment of the said property i nurse and supervisor cf surgeryat motor. J. T. Guerry.; 205 Bacon
under the aid certificate Issued was ; the Belle Glade hospital' and POInt Road.CHILLS.
In the name raid of certificate UnknownUnless shall be redeemed Mr. Padgett will continue farming.TO Belle Glade: at the office of.an Landin ham Brother
according therein to will law be the sold propertydecribed to the . on Thursdays, July l.! t, 8th 15th July 22n.
highest bidder at the court house door MOVE HOME ft FEVER 29th .nd August 5th and 12th, between the hour of
on the flr,.t Monday h> the month o* Th Southern Bell Telephone
of September.September 194 1941 which la the Cth day company has sold' the old L. L DUE TO MALARIA 10:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. :
Dated this eta day of August. A D Shirley house on E. Main Stf ,
1"'. J ALEX AKNTTTX. Vernon Preratt In Ben Clad and RELIEVED Interview! will be appreciated.1'age I
Circuit Court seal, he will more it there thY w*.k.
OrK of Circuit Court of Mr. Prevatt U owner cf th* Pre l S.aa..B.r.m 666 (Atag:8-000 t
Ilm Beacb County rtortd*.
P abllah d. U. M **. 1MB. vail' Taxi Service in that city. ..o ---
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I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- i:
fic. 24 Floridians! lost their lives and 33 were injured walking ;
I the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every t .
I daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and I .
I dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing i
-Mr. Motorist- in the road. .. I
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I MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable :
SAFE-DRIVING hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims ,
A NAIIT increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- : !
t run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by : I
these car cowards.
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EigI.t- The Everglades News.. Canal Point. Florida Friday, August 6. 194S:
I bridge party at the home of Mrs. I Mrs. Thomas E. Baldwin will Donald Padgett and his sister :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collier ani
R. Y. Creech in Belle Glade Wed- leave over the week-end for :Miss Joy Padgett and :Miss Myri children have returned from
nesday evening.Mr. Greenville S. C. where she wUl Cruthird has returned from Brooklyn. N. Y. where they visit-
and Mrs. J.: C. Phillips of visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gainesville where they visited relatives ed her parents Mr. and Mrs.
'I Wauchula spent the week-end as L. Martin for two weeks. and friends. Thomas Howe Joseph: Clark. They were accom-
the guests of their son and daugh Mr. and Mrs. Manning I. Keen who accompanied them remainedin panied by Mrs. O. M. Murphy and
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. and eon Spud will leave this week Gainesville where he will attend son. Emmett who visited her parents -
Mrs. Alma Farrow and her sister -
Phillips and their son-in-law and for Abbieville Ga.. where they will summer school at the University Mr. and Mrs. G. Schweizsr
Miss Lucille Williams, have re
i daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sas- visit his mother Mrs. U. S. Keen. of Florida. in New Jersey.
turned from Reynolds Ga.. where
accompanied on On their return they plan to via
they visited their father and Hen- i ser. They were
their return by Mrs. Sasser who is Mr. and Mrs. Tom D. Stewart and -- -- ------ -- -
dersonville N. C. where they apei.t
this week. daughter. Sandra at Valdosta. Mr.
several days with Mrs W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure hav Stewart was former manager of
Vann in her summer home there.
as their guests this week their the P and L store in Pahokee.Mr. .
Mrs. Laura Ferraro has returned I Bring us your TIRE TROUBLES-
nieces Gwenie and Nancy Perkins and Mrs. L. L. Stuckey are
to her home here from Mia:ri
of Ft. Pierce and Marilyn Johnson spending a week in Atlanta. Ga. I
where she visited her brother-in- Tires business size
of Miami. Mrs. W. H. May. who recent are our any any I II
law and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Wooten. Mrs. L. T. Keen has return underwent surgery at the Jackson: !
Leonard Quattlebaum of Miamiis from a visit with her son-in-law Memorial Hospital in Miami will type to fit your particular need. I!
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. return medical to that treatment.city on Thursdayfor I II III
A. J. Ludeman and W. H. Vann in Altman in Immokalee.
Canal Point. Juanita: and Earwood Griffin Judge: and Mrs. W. J.: Larrimor? PAUL'S( SERVICE STATION
Bobby Hawkins of Atlanta is have returned to their home in had as their week-end guest their: I Ii
W. D. Lar-
visiting his mother. Mrs. Treasy Lake Wales after visiting Myrnaand daughterinlaw.. Mrs. CANAL POINT, FLORIDA -
Hawkins and his brotherinlawand Melvin Herndon here. rimore of Okeechobee.Mr. .
sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Fire Chief and Mrs. Marvin L and Mrs. G. M. Phillips of N
Sheppard in Pahokee. Levins and family are spendingtwo Naples are the guessts this week
of Miamiis where of Mr. Phillips' brother and sister-
Miss Louise Thompson weeks at Salerno they
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph: have taken a cottage.Mrs. in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack: A. Phil- ). ). ). : ..
E. Thompson and family and other J. I* Humphries is visitingher lips and family. They will be accompanied i
relatives here this week. parents Mr. and Mrs. J.: Har- on their return by t Office Machine Headquarters ::
who has been Little Lonnie Phillips who will h: .
Ga. this week.
Slater Brewton. vell in Alma. ,
their for several Underwood Typewriters ;<*
guest days. -+
with the Agriculture Departmentin Mr. and Mrs. Osborn Belyeu
the Virgin Islands for the past spent Saturday in West Palm Mrs. Joseph: A. Kahn and daughter Suadstrand Adding Machine **..
3 years will return to his home Beach celebrating their wedding Margie have returned from i Marchant Calculating MachinesA. .JL.
here this week. Mr. Brewton resigned anniversary.The Sarasota where they spent several BDick Mimeographs I*
his position there to returnto Rev. and Mrs. J.: M. Gresn- days visiting her mother. Her son. Elliott Addresso Graphs "j -
the States. am and family left this week for: Alfred, is in a summer camp in )- F &: E Check Writers *..
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alley and Wimauma Fla. where they will North Carolina. .
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daughter Vickey. left this week attend the closing of the summer Miss Gladys McClure of Thomas. ,
. for McAndrews. Ky.. where they music school which their daughter. Okla. was the guest this week of ? Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .TR. .
will visit their parents and oth-r Joan: has been attending. Fro>n her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. V .
relatives. They will be accompanied there they will go to Wild wool O. B. McClure. ...rv--_.....- .- .-t.-t.. ..... ..... .-.- ...b. .
on their return by their son. Clyd. I where they will spend a few day? I
Jr.: who ban been visiting relatives with her brother and sister-m-lav, - -- ---
there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bronson. The :
Mrs. Earl M. Schultz and daughter. Rev. Mashburn. an evangelist :n .
Faith Hester have returnedto Belle Glade will fill the pulpit at
their home here after spendinga the Church of God in the absence
,month's vacation with relativesand of the Rev. Gresham. : .
friends in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. O. Dan Carpenterand << -
Georgia and Florida. They visited daughter Carol and son. Milton -
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. have taken a cottage in Lake
Jack: McCarley and her aunt. Mra. Worth for two weeks. N 9
Ann Elliott in Columbia. S. C. her Mrs. Bessie Cranford is spending
pon-in-law and daughter. Mr. and i several months with her soninlawand
Mrs. O. C. Sharp and family In daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Savannah. Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. J.: McDowell in Bainbridge. Ga.
S. Sisson in Jacksonville.: They Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bishop and
were joined there by Mrs. Schultz children of West Palm Beach visit
and motored home visiting relatives ed relatives here over the week-
and fnends in Tamp end. They were accompanied on
BrooktYlUe, and Ft Myrf Pn their their return by their niece Kay
return.' Friend! who is their guest this
iJrs. bra W. Powell and daughter Week. s
Margaret, returned to their Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaltenbruner of .
home here Tuesday from a month's West Palm Beach were among the
vacation in Washington. LC. out-of-town guests who attended
ullsntsburg and Richmond, Va. the: McClure-Apelgreen wedding .e. ,
and Atlanta and Vldalla, Ga. ere Sunday.
Mrs. Becky Starling and daughter. Girls attending the Baptist Girl
Judy, accompanied by b!- Auxiliary camp at Camp Osborn B. (Tilly) Walker
mother. Mrs. Bertha L. Starling I near Lantana this week from the
have returned from a vacation 'in I local Baptist church Include: Wy-
Georgia. New Jersey and Canada. nell Gillis, Shirley Wtson. StellA
Mrs Johnnie Davis I Is leaving Sue Barnes. Nancy HiHier San- Thanks
this week for Vero Beach where dra Long and Patsy Batchelor.The Many
she has accepted the position as group was accompanied by
bookkeeper for the Chevrolet Co. Mrs. T. W. Knight who will be
Mrs. Herschell Sorrells and their chaperone. The camp started -
and will continue to policyholders and friends for makingit
daughter of Arcadia are the house Wednesday , my
guests of her parents. Mr. and through Sunday.
Mrs. Jack J.: Chastain and family Milton Carpenter returned this posible for me to win top honors and to lead all
week from New Bedford. Mass
here.Mrs.. Jack: A. Phillips and Mr.x where he spent a week with agents in the State of Florida in the production
Richard L. Brooks attended a friends.
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Company for the year of '47 and '48, ending
June 1, 19.tU.
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