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 Material Information
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: August 20, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00348
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Aug 20,1948 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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RECENT I I I Expansion Water To Zone Be Meeting Held Cle"iston Lions Rardin To Ask County Board


, i Works In Pahokee

OPERATIONS I At the weekly luncheon meeting

. I of the Pahokee Lions club Tuesdayat For $15,000 Aid PreliminaryU.S.

Nearly CompleteThe the Lions Hall Frank RozeUe
By Paul Rardin I
reported that all the concrete word:

on the swimming pool will be completed .
waterline Flood Control
extension for thj
Survey
at the end of the week.
Before the ink U hardly dry onthis Pahok Waterworks system will .

week's publication I hope to be completed this week giving residents Edward A. Jensen announced
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that the for the
zone meeting
be off on a well-earned vacationfor more adequate service and
a few days. Battling a country increased water pressure. There clubs in the zone including; Lake Barbecue County Commissioner Paul Ra--

newspaper and going through an has been 22,000 feet of 6 and 8 Worth, Pahokee Belle Glade and Boynton din will ask the Palm Beach coun-
lewnston will be conducted in
election makes enough work in th! inch pipe laid, some replaces 2 and ty board of commissioners on Monday -

course of a year to call for a few 3! inch lines and some are new Clewiston the first week in Octoter .- Plans Being MadeThe for an appropriation of $15.OK)
The will, also be ladies
days of rest. So, beginning today lines giving extended service to meeting as this county's share in a prehri-

The Everglades News office will the city. night.It inary program of water control.
was reported that the Pahok Whole of Palm Beach Coun-
be closed for a couple of weeks. In the new set-up there has been Rardin said yesterday, after returning -
roadside sign at Twenty-Mile ty was mobilizing this week to en-
16 new fire hydrants installed giving from Fort Lauderdale
Bend has been repaired and move Ito
There, there, now don't you cry! moe adequate fire protection a new location. Members were tertain one of the largest crowds where he and other members of

You'll get your paper on time nert to sections of the city which has reminded of the get-otit-the-vot- ever to assemble in one place in the Palm Beach county board were

week! By a little hocus-pocus and had little protection up until nov. campaign which will be launchedfor the history of the count>.. in conference with, Dade and

newspaper magic you'll get you" There are around 100 outlets on the city bond election on August Plans for the Second Annual Broward county paper in the mail as usuaL When the new line which will. benefit bv of Lak- that those two counties anticipate
31st. Lion
Langford Labor ray Barbecue to be held at
you receive it, I hope to be lolling: increased pressure. The contractorof Worth and District Deputy Governor Boynton Beach are being organied joining in the plan to furnish ready

peacefully on the banks of a fres-i the job was Joe Rinnerston of Emmett Roberts of Belle on a huge scale John E. Be- cash for preliminary surveys to

water stream trying to outsmart Miami. The work was in charge o* Glade were visitors. be made by the U. S. Engineers.
linger, chairman of the general
members of the finny tribe. How N. D. Baxter of Miami, superin- Dewey Hilsabeck, of the Everglades -
... . barbecue committee stated this:
successful I am makes no tendant for the company and R.J. week. Drainage district, said bis

lar difference. If the fish parUcu-1 f. Schroder waterworks supenn organization would furnish its
Sponsored by the Resources Development -
Ill just spend'my time tendant. Legion Plans New i share of 15000.00 to bring the
Board, the event is expected -
I'm way behind with my resting.So . The expansion program at th3 I to draw more than 20,000 i total to $60.000 which will be used

. --- I water plant is now approximately I to match 60000.00 from the Internal -
Home In PahokeeDavid people, and plans are being made
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my faithful readers, take it 80 per cent completed. When com- for 10,000 gallons of lemonade to Improvement Board in Tal

.a easy. Ill be back in a couple of I pleted the capacity of the plan y with the free meal. lahassee.

: weeks all fun of pep and stuff and will be stepped up from 300 gallons M,_BleecJ) wjms named as go CochairmanJohn E. .Bellinger I Governor Caldwell and membe
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ready for another year's: labor.;! per-minute to 700-gallons per member of the executive board and John Beacham this week"an- of the L I. Board in thestate capital
. minute. : said last week that the I. I.
! I of American Legion Post No. 90 nounced the membership of the

State May Lose Some of the improvements and I Inc.. at a meeting of the Fred and program committee and the distinguished I Board would give $60,000 for the

additions include a 100,000 gallon PercyMansfield Post 90 Monday guest committee. preliminary survey if the three

Federal Road Aid high lift tank which ha* been com- evening at the Woman's club Members of the former win oe counties-Palm Beach Browned

pleted and is now In operation.The building.It State and Dade would get UK the additional
i Representative B. Elliott,
FORT LAUDERDALE: Florida [ tank which is located 2 mile was reported that plans were chairman: C. Y. Byrd. chairman of $60.000.00 needed by the

, is in danger of losing federal east of Pahokee will equalize the underway to clear the deeds to the the County Commission; O. A. Engineers.

assistance on road building, officials pressure for out-laying districts lot recently purchased on E. Main Dunnagan; R. T. Mooty; Ray J. Under the four way plan.-tne
of nine southeastern Florid The[ contractor for the new tank street and that building material Iverson three counties and the EDO--th*
; and Ernest Abel. Th'
counties were told here Monday. was the Chicago B.idge and Iron was being purchased for the erection distinguished guest committee will 60000.00 will, be forthcoming soon

Elgin Bayless chairman of the Company.In of an American Legion horn be beaded by Charles Warwick. and work can be started on the

state road department, told the the plant two new filter bed on the site as soon as the deeds Heading the list of more than survey. It is understood that th!

county afficials that unless the have been installed but are not in are clear and all the material two score distinguished guests who money will be spent in the thre

seventh cent gasoline tax is spenton operation yet as the contractor can be secured. have accepted imitations to th- counties participating in the finan-

road work, the basis on which has not been able to secure fittings Members were urged to send cial arrangements!
barbecue are Claude Pepper Senior -
federal aid is received may be im for them. A new exceletor or mod- reservations to the national con Commissioner Rardin said yesterday .
United States Senator, Senat.reSpessard
paired. ern settling tank is being erected vention which will, be conducted in that he felt "reasonablysure"
L. Holland Governor Millard
Bayless. on a tour of the state, and three concrete block luds;! Miami in October. James A. Stafford that other member of his
F. Caldwell
said he hoped to familiarize coun- beds have been added. These be"shave commander has been name J Congressman board would go along with him In
Dwight L. Roper, member of
ty officials with, the situation ana drains underneath and as the state representative to the con- a making the $1500000 appropriation .
the members of tie: State Cabinet,
arouse sentiment for suppert of a use of the three beds will be alternated vention it was announced K. B. !since all seem to realize the
the legislature and the Florid\ *
constitutional amendment in No- they can be drained and Sims was introduced as a visit Dft Importance of water control in

vember. cleaned An addition to the plant by t James W. Vann.Postmaster's. congressional delegation South Florida.
Russell Fisher and John 1
The amendment would provide will house a chemical feeder room . "An"GI.'ay.Rardin said "J11
member" of
Evan. South Bay the
that the seventh cent, which now and storage space, a laboratory keep my fingers crossed and carry -
finance committee of that town
goes to the states general funJ an office, a pump house and space Helper my rabbitt'n foot with me
that it has 25
and schools, be allotted to the for the new equipment reported gone percent Monday: when I ask other member

state road department and to counties A new, 40-horsepower rTolinj( In 1969 Has Arrived over its quota. of the bard to kick in J15OOOOO
Mr*. Paul Tappan will head the
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motor and pump will b; iirtallod for the flood control project"
100 hostesses at the barbecue:
Balea explained that the federal for emergency purposes It will, be Postmaster Osceola Uplhegrov I
grounds innton Beach on
government usually give ail a raw water rump and will be used and Mrs. Upthegro\e of Canal I Or.toher2iDate For
Labor DI\ '. Melvin Livergood wilt I It
to those states which ue all th* to furnish safe drinking water incase Point announce the arrival on
N* in charge of the barbecue equipment MeetState
gasoline; tax for road build! bu: of an emergency. In additionto Thursday, August 12. of Edwaid Flood Control
L'twrerce and Js"-
*o far Florida has managed t" these improvements to the system '- Alan Upthegrove, who it is Myers'

keep its share of federal aid. the city: is lading OOO feet of thought may be of a littl help to Barton will handle the temporary Rep B Elliott of Paho

The officials agreed to suppor' 6-inch pipe! to VetviHe, the new his father in sorting mail aloe? bleacher They will, be assisted! by kee. said Monday that members o*

the constitutional amendment anlwork veterans !ubilft! *ion. about the year I0***. Hie mother Lauren Hand and Neil Ma MilUn. the legislature from 19 affect 1

for its passage in November The contractor will resume work and Edward Alan are at the-; R. C. Lawson and Gene Elliott will counties will meet with Or*errorNomiree .

Bale!* said 'his next meetingwould on the plant the latter part of th* home in Canal Point doing nicely be responsible for the tent shel'- F)11er'arl"f'n at Klmmmee *-

be in Tampa with county month when material will be available Edward Alan put in his appear ers Henry M-rkel." Jr.. Fred BT- i Oct. 2 to discuss how t.'J

rfficials of that area to complete the project Ivy ant'f" last Thursday at the Ever.glade's ''son and C tV.sterner will tk ', raise this state's hare of fiE_-
care of the tables! and the teps .'control .
A. Smith of Jacksonville i1' tn! Memorial hospital In Pahjkee fund under the iyt "

Mount Dora is making elaborate contractor for the plant expansion Paul Rar>lm, chairman of the (X > federal plan

plans for the entertainment of and Smith and Gille!"pi are the engineers __a I reception and arrangements to ..!- Elliott said he and Rep IrIs

visiting newspaper men and women for the o\er-all job. Tatter-all. Bron"n of OsceoU county met!

when the Florida Press AS3 . Canal Point Water : : with Warren at Jacksonville recently -

elation holds its annual contention Tie Tile COlnrilf America i* :are makigarrargemert* to fee| : to set the date for the ",,"?.

in Lake County. November counters local newspaper ads OKed By Health Unit 12 I.riff at a time R.\rd.n stated ferenceUnder

T6. n and 2SMr vertleing bv the natif n"s 3 OOO ceramic tht the 10( who altered IAS'ears announced: plan.* Florida

. tile contractors. though a Water from the Canal Point \ affair! at Pahokee were I'would have to rav- 15 per cert >f

and Mr*. B. Elliott and family service featuring newspaper id Water Company plant
Lee Wroten by the ) is fair hours Ten line uixd. . .
accompanied bv mat aids and a primer cf instructions sugar company were

*;eat the week-end at Juno Beach. en "tow to advertise" branded OK by the Palm Beacn . *. M:r.nie L. Hughes has r".

Mr. and Mrs R. J. Schroder and . County Health Departmert Th Mrs. Cohen Blakey and oti*. turned from Hend#r crville. N C

son Bobby, wnll, leave this week ),,1_ Pat McRae cf Tampa !s water company has a long and Bobby and Billy cf Orlando .n the wtere s fce pert three week with

for two weeks vacation in Pain visiting her sister Mrs Luetta enviable record of furnisrirg: piwater guests this week of her parent. rer daughter Mr*. W H. Vann at

Beaor. Platt aDd famfly. to I its user Mr, and Mr. J. B. ELott here. Let summer tomeo there



i Two Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. August 20. 194

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ary 1.1947. were $2.032.000.000 up Miss Frankie Billington of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey
THE EVERGLADES NEWS 263 per cent since 1940. The national -I Gainesville bride-elect of Mr. Don and children. David and Phoebe

percentage of increase during ald Padgett was the week-end Ann. returned to their home Wednesday -
Serving the Lake Oleeechobee Farming Region the same period was only 109. guest of the Padgetts. She was accompanied after a month's vacation in

Established 1924 Published Every Friday I Bank debits (charges against individual on her return by Don- Spring Hill. Kana., visiting his

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance accounts and the best ald. mother and other relatives.Mr. .
I. single business indicator) increased - .S ss- . .
l The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office 73 per cent in Florida (1943- Miss Nell Dunaway spent the and Mrs. Manning I Ke!a

In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter 1947) and 45 per cent nationally. week-end in Miami visiting her" accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Car-

When it came to retail sales brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and lyle Redish spent the week-end !in
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Miss Florida really went to town Mrs. Carl Dunaway and Miss Rosy Ft. Myers. .

with an increase of approximately Davis.
This raises :BUeslS grave as those we now know were at 215 per cent from 1940 to 1947

stake in Munich 10 -years ago . But we should all have while the national percentage of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIOFOR DEED
i ;;ed--by-now th there is no safety in yielding to dictators increase was only 150. TAX DEED (Senate Bill No. 1M:
(Senate Bin No. 1C3) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatC.
whether nazi: of communist. Winston Churchill. The gal did plenty of letter writ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Y. Byrd holder of Tax CertificateNo
5o5 it seems for her postal receiptswere C. Y. Byrd holder of Tax Certificate 14334 Issued the 4th day of July.
ing No. 8174. Issued the 5th day of AUIJU..t.I A D 1927. has filed same In my office
We must labor; by every peaceful means to build a world up 99 per cent with only 67 I D. 1929. has filed same In my off: and has made application for a tax
kind of cent for the rest of the coun and has ma*? application far! at.\ deed to be issued thereon. Said certificate -
order founded uoon justice and righteousness. That per II deed to be Issued thereon. Said certificate embraces the following described
world will have That kind of peace will be worth embraces the following described I property in the County of Palm Beach.State .
peace. try.Being a smart young woman. property In the County of Palm Beach. of Florida. to-wit:
having. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. State of Florida to-wit: Lou 1 to 14. Inc. Block 4. El Be
ass. Miss Florida saw to it that her interests Lots 10 St 12. Block 1. El Be Court Court. Delray. Florida as In P. B.
were well protected by in- Delray. FIa, as in P. B 12. P. 54 I 12. P. 54.
elections of vital concern to trade The assessment of the said property The assessment of the said property
The coming are every
surance. While the other gals of under the said certificate Issued was under the said certificate Issued was
unionist. We have been shackled by an un-American law the nation only increased their lie In the name of Unknown. In the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Cnes. said certificate shall be redeemed -
which takes from wage-earners the right of equal participation insurance 66 per cent. Miss Flo"- according to law. the property according to law. the propertydescribed
described therein will be sold to the will be sold to the
therein
William Green president AFL.
in free enterprise.- ida increased hers 127 per cent.
highest bidder at the court house door highest bidder at the court house door
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5 ? the the first in the month of In the month of
She spends a lot of time on on Monday on the first Monday
September. 1948. which Is the 6th dav September. 1948. which Is the 0th day
Careful"Tell telephone and. according to Haro'dshe of September. 1948. of September. 1948.
is now using 125 per cent more Dated this 6th day of August A. D.. Dated this 6th day of August! A. D.
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me what you eat, said a lunch-counter philosopher, 1948. 1948.
207 cent
business and
phones per J. ALEX ARNE'TTE. J. ALEX ARXETTE.
"and I'll tell yet what you are. more residence phones to show an (Circuit Court Seal (Circuit Court Seal)

Thereupon a meek little man, sitting a few stools away increase of nearly twice that rep- Palm Clerk Beach of Circuit County Court Florida.0?. Palm Clerk Beach of Circuit County.Court Florida.of

culled! to the waitress: resented by the rest of the country.She Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 1948. Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 1948

"Cancel my order for shrimp salad.-Public Service. depends on Mr. Reddy Kilowatt -

0s5 that energetic little busy -

Complete Service"I body, to help her. and last year I II
Reddy delivered 3,735.000.000 kilowatt -
ordered a dozen oranges, but you sent me only ten."
hours for her. 185 cent
per
"Part of our service, madam. Two were bad, so ,we saved I greater than in 1940 while the na- Shrubs and Trees i I

you the trouble of throwing them away:"Rotary in Atlanta. tional average increase was only I I
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111 per cent. I
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When it comes to figures MMin While justly proud of all thes j ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL : I

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Florida" can knock just about all evidences of Miss Florida's leadership I
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. of 'em for a loop. Her development 'I Harold says her real charm ,, ; Authorized Sales and Service : I
is really amazing. From 1940 to and popularity is her sunny dis- : I
1946 her total income to individuals : position. Thanks to that she en- JACOBSEN POWER AND ; I

increased 163 per cent while : joys an annual cash income that I
(By Russell Kay) those of the rest of the nation only : he estimates at 1125000000. He HAND LAWN MOWERS : i

r increased 123 per cent. That is I calls it her "sun income." This is i I

Ordinarily I don't like statistics really ankling along if you ask made up of $790.000.000 from tour- l

but sometimes they tell such a ists and winter visitors; Miss ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. .
me.From !
vivid story that their use ia justi- a flat-footed little country Florida likes company and does
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons !
gal she has blossomed into a lady plenty of entertaniing), $200.000.- !
fied.Up 1100 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach j
in Jacksonville my gooJ farmer of real importance. Her 000 from fruits and truck crop I

friend Harold Colee. executive farming operations gave her a possibly only under Florida con
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vice-president of the Florida State cash income of over three hundred ditions and industrial products f-==--=== _::____ _u_________ _____
Chamber of Commerce, while not a and fifty four million dollars show- valued at $133.000,000. made froia

statistician himself has a way of ing an increase over 1940 of 221 these agricultural crops. I

laying things end to end and coming per cent. Being a modem gal Miss Florida i

up with some startling infor- Growing like a weed her poo<.- took up aviation at an early age 1I I
mation. It she who established the
lation increase from 1940 to 1947 was
The "other woman" in Harold'slife was 26 per cent while the national first commercial airline in thi 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES;

is a charming and beautiful average was only 9 per cent. It world operated by Tony Janus be- I

gal known as "Miss Florida" and seems she is really a big girl now. tween St. Petersburg and Tamp

X mean he sure keeps tab on her. The other gals in the nation' She made eyes at Juan Tripp of

In a recent talk before the Avon were sure enough puny from the Pan American Airways and Eddie
To Miami
Park Chamber of Commerce. Harold standpoint of business growth as Rickenbacker of Eastern Air Lines 4 Buses

told why be was so in love wits Miss Florida increased her numberof and they moved their biggest ope- To West Palm Beach

the gal and compared her to all business concerns by 6 per cen., rations down here.
the other gals in the country to while over the nation a decrease of An outdoor gal she indulges in Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland .

prove that abe could hold her own 1 per cent was shown. commercial and sports fishing

with any of 'em. Her bank resources as of Janu- loves to roam through the forests.
likes to dig for phosphate and oth-

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f charming hostess in the nation. No ,
wonder Harold is crazy about her.

But he's not a bit jealous. You can SERVING THE GLADES"

setp out with her anytime and the
FARM LAND FOR RENT
will better like time it.Power. you have the more he:


NEIL of NE!. Section 23. Township 41 South, ---

Ran e 37 East. Company Gets

All North cf West Palm Beach Canal, Section 12, South Bay FranchiseSOUTH We're Spending

Township 42 South, Range 37 East.
BAY The South Bay

All South of West Palm Beach Canal, Section 12. Town Council has passed an or- $85OOOOOO

Township 42 South, Range 37 East. dinance granting a 30-year fran-
chise to the Florida Power and

I AH' South of West Palm Beach Canal Section IS, Light Company.The to Improve

Township 42 South, Range 28 East. franchise carries a provisionthat GOING GREAT

the company agrees to pay a Your Service' '
I I S' : and SVs of XW!j.., Section .19, Township: revenue tax of 6 per cent of tae IN 48

1 I South Range 38 East. commercial and residential incom-

less taxes to the town of South
''i I All Section 24. Township South. Range 37 East.: Ba ".

,Ml Section 36. Township 42 South, Range 37 East

and all Sections 31 and 3::!, Township 12 NOTICE OP APPLICTION FOR
TX DEED:
Sou!&, Range 38 East, rental rates on alit (Senate Bill No ICS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThatC.
:t plication.S12 Y Byrd holder of Ta CertificateNo %
14383 bwued the 4th day of July
: ; Sectvn 11. Townshin 43 South. Range 37 A D 1927 ha filed same In my ofpr and itill
and has mad application for a tat
) Hast. deed to be Lwucd thereon Said rrrtijIrate -
embrace* the fol1"1n* de.<"1be All Section J'rot'f'T'tT in the COunt of Pam Beach selling you
!.t. Township 43 South. Range 37 Eat.S : :. State of Florida tot
I Lot* 1 to 12 inc. B-ock: 3 El Be ElectricityCM1
: and SE '4 of NW t. Section 13.;: Township Court. Delray Florida. as In P. B

Sotth.: lange 37 East. The 12 P aw-winent 54. of the said prr'pert?
under the aatd rerUIlrate Loavied was
In the name of Cnnottt.
Ui. lf".* ad rertlf.c+'. cha1 r'. re
d..mf'ddIne to Jaw the p x>ertToVxnbed
United States Sugar therein wia be od to the '
Corp. hs< cm the flnt Monday In the month dSeptember.
I 1W* which U the 6th daY J.

!t SEE GEORGE KIXGSLEYBRYANT. cf Dated Setreintirr this 6th lVl Car Of August A DIMS TLI1IU Pln C1T mm3ge

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{' ..:'. driving! Accident records show that about one half of all

I'I Mr. Pedestrian- fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a:

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:,:1 WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to
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II LIVE. where lurk injury-and death.

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::>>age Four The Everglades Nevs. Canal Point. Florida Friday. August 20. 1943

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Missionary Society Intermediates Enjoy Bobby Schroder Has :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Mr. and Mrs. W. Harper Ken-

are leaving Thursday to visit in dricks and children have returnedto
Met Monday NightThe Party At ChurchMrs. Birthday Party
Lakeland. Tampa and Bradenton. Bartow after visiting Ser parents -

. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott.
W. M. S. of Canal Point I* J. Fraser was hostess Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Schroder were
Baptist Church met at the church at a party for members of the intermediate hosts at a birthday party honoring Mrs. W. H. May went to Miami . .

Monday night. The business was :n : fellowship of the Metn- their son Bobby on his 15th birth- Monday where she entered tin I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones >f
charge of vice-president Mrs. A. odist church Friday in the asseMbly dya[ anniversary at their home on Jackson Memorial Hospital for observation Charlotte N. C. are the guests cf

H. Scruggs. :Miss Delonna Jones room of the church. Miss Rita East Main St. Saturday evening. and possibly an opera- his mother Mrs. C. B. Jones in

appointed to meet with G. A. girls Fay Hurt was prize winner. in a Mrs. Schroder led the group in tion. Canal Point.

until October. The circles will re- birthday contest and balloons ant games with :Miss Rita Fay Hurt.
sume the regular schedule in Sep jelly; beans were awarded as group Miss Myra Cruthird and Miss Anna I ---- - -

tember. prizes. Lee Hurt winning prizes. I 1f

Program was in charge of Mrs. Guests were; Miss Rita Fay Refreshments were served to the I II

Sapp. Taking part were Mrs. Hurt Miss Wanda Harper Miss following guests: the Misses Carol Everglades Insurance AgencyMrs. I:
James Bordeaux Mrs. Jake Horns, Anna Lee Hurt Miss Mary Fun- Snyder. Anna Lee Hurt Shirley
Edith Smith. Mary Chastain. derburke. Miss Myra Cruthird Watson. Rita Fay Hurt. Joan
Mrs. Grady Echols. C. H. Jones. Miss Mary Ann Howes. Miss Zella Sheppard, Mary Ann Howes. Myn Ora W. Powell Agent

Closed with prayer. Jones. Miss Thelma Vann. Miss Lee Cruthirds. Patsy McRae. ALL TYPES
Mrs. Eva Spencer and Mrs. A. H. Eleanor Walker Willard McCurdv, George Rozelle. Jack BoIanJ. OF INSURANCECOME

Scruggs served fruit juice and George Roselle Bobby Howell. Charles Hamilton. Bobby Mackey.and BY OUR OFFICE AND GET
the honoree.W. .
cookies. Jimmy Rozelle. Tommy Sheppard.
.- Lewis Collins. Bob Kilpatrick, .. YOUR HURRICANE MAPS ,
Jackie Thomas. Bill Kilpatrick and I
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer returned Ronnie May.Surprise. Paholee, Florida Phone 2581 I

to their home here over the . .
week-end. Mrs. Speer spent several
weeks with her daughter. Miss I Party For
Betty Speer. who is studying to i W. H. KempMrs. -- --------- -- -- -- -

be a laboratory technician at the
Charity Hospital in New Orleans H. Vann and L. J. Fraser
and her mother. A. Y. Harris Li W. H. Kemp entertained have returned from Chicago where \ PRIVATE
with a surprise birthday party hon- NURSERY :
Gainesville. Mr. Speer attended the they spent several days on busi
her husband Saturday evening -
4-H club camp near Ocala.Classified oring at their home in Pahokee. Mrs. ness.Mr.. 1 7 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
and Mrs. Ellis O. Murphyand 'I
H. C. Graham was in charge of
children. Judy and Pat have I MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAYAge
the and refreshments were
games
returned from Miami where they
served to the following guests: Mr. 2 to 6 years
Ads visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs
and Mrs. H. C. Graham. Mr. and
E. O. Murphy and family. OPENING SEPTEMER 1st.
Mrs. Paul Watson. Mr. and Mrs.

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Robert Walker. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. erford The Rev.and children and Mrs.are Robert visiting Ruth-his See me at my home first house back of bus
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Hardaway
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In
parents in Orlando this week. station Mrs. Tommy Miller
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllch Batchelor. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I IJ
Sowder. Mrs. W. E. Pope as returned to
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SEPTIC tanks and grease traps . Pahokee after spending the sum-

cleaned and repaired. Phone: Miss Ann Slonaker mer with her mother in RuskinLa
8872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. lUTe Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Alexanderand
Has Birthday PartyMr. family have moved to Ft. I.
SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos I
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Siding and roofing contact man and Mrs. Manning I. Keen Myers.Mr.. and Mrs. W. )'L DuBose re- I ;II'
Wells
Florida and Construc- Deep
Remodeling were hosts at a birthday part, turned to their home here over th? !
tion Co.. Box 898. Belle Glade. : i
honoring Mrs. Keen's sister. Miss; week-end from Columbus. Ga.
Phone 364. TF i
Ann Slonaker of Clewiston at their where they visited his mother II For
Homes and
Irrigation
MACHINERY FOR SALE: home in Pahokee Friday eveningon Mrs. Iva DuBose. and her parent Purposes !i

1 International Diesel TD-35 her 16th birthday anniversary. in Goodwater. Ala.
!ji 1 2 inch to 24 inch
wells
Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem Games and contests were playel Mrs. R. S. Douthit and her sister I;

Athens Harrow. Timken Bearings; with Miss Helen Howes and Mis Mrs. Dorothy Simmons accompanied II

1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppersfor Laurie Rogers as prize winners. by their cousin fro-i ::1 Get An Estimate From E I'!
pasture maintenance. All of Refreshments were served to the Ochlocknee GJU, have returned I
above Equipment has been recon- following guests attending: Miss from a visit with their aunt. Mrs. i II

ditioned and in first class condition Patsy Creel. Miss Laurie Rogers. Maria Griffin and son in Cuba.

Nichols Equipment Co., Seb- MilS! Helen Howes. Miss Evelyn Mrs. Carmen I&lratore. sr.. ac- DansbWellVnIHnCo. I II
ring. Fla. Located by A. C. L. Maloy. Frank Rozelle of Pahoke companied by her son and daught- ,

Depot. P. O. Box 58. Phone 6811.4TP and Teddy Johnson. Miss Elnora, er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carmen I DA PHONE 56 NIGHT PHONE 77MWAUCHULA. :
Tanner. Miss Mary Lois Hawkins Salvatore. Jr. and children are
and David Thomas of Clewiston.Interesting visiting her son-in-law and daughter. t FLORIDA ?
ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker mmi Mr. and Mrs. Jack Paulettein a II
Spaniels A K C Registered I Tampa. it
Champion blood lines. Our show ReportsOn

wina prove our quality. A limited I Camp Activities - -
number of puppies available. -

Priced from $35. E. F. Cushman. Girls who attended the summer 1i
Pahokee. Phone 4862 J19ch >
camp for members of the BaptistGirls

WELL DRILLING: See Bob Auxiliary at Camp Osborne
Douthit. Pabokee. FUu, Phone near Lantana gave interesting re- '
3872. July 16ca ports on camp activities at a meet- \j. ? Please don9 hang up . .

ing of the Baptist Woman's Missionary -
FOR RENT Warm Farm Land
: Union at the church Monday -
SVi Sea 14. (254 acres) next to afternoon. Those participatingIn
Canal Point Labor excellent
camp ,"
the program were Shirley \ t
locution for getting day labor and
son. Wynell Gillis and Stella Sum
bean pickers. Phone 584. SJul6ctf
Barnes.

WANTED FOUNTAIN Help.Chandler's. Mrs. L. W. Mullis was in chargeof

Pahokee. Fla. 2tc the meeting in the absence of
the president Mrs. Horace Unwtn .: 444r
FOB RENT: One House 3 Rooms .-. .
and bath. One small apartment Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter f6AShe'L' r

2 miles north of Canal Point. and children. Milton and Carol

Phone 3384. tf will return to their home here over

HOUSE FOR SALE: Furnished the week-end after spending two it"L
House with modern electric weeks in Lake Worth.
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Canal Point road conveniently lo- - -- t.
cated. See or Call Ccach Alley
Phone 2491. Pal okPt" KA27-pd. -
Prince Theatre -

WANTED: SALES GIRLS epcctorrd. -

ladles nMtytoand
Shoe Halm' Department Store Pahokee. Florida Yon never know *hat*. happening

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at the other end of the line! That. why

FOR SALE: Modern 6-room house SundayMondayAugust
it's important to allow about a

and fruit trees located on 22-23 minute for your party to reach the 'a
Bacom Point Read. Imo tne Chr:!-
tian. Phone 2:=*16. West Palm telephone. lie al o important to answer -J -
Beach. TF "Green Grass Of
call a* promptly a* p ...iLfc. "Being

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ConelaJerate"a.' >a' pay off in better '=t
Wyoming"starring
apartment. Audi Hooks Jr..
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trol in the Everglades Region" is
INDUSTRIAL the title of the booklet. It has 16.3>> I Cinematic ChatterBy

rages, many illustrations and fiv3 Malcolm Kl11ar

FLORIDA --- ; ;;;;; ; COMMISSION large It is maps.the result of studies made I"

... ........ by the federal Soil Conservation Here is the story of the West

Service under a co-operative agree- told with all the excitement of the

ment with the state Agricultural great outdoors. From the rolling
Exepriment Station. Congress ap-
to the towering
propriated $75.000 in 1939 to mak; green ranges
these studies. !peaks, there roamed adventure as

The reports covers 7.500 square breath-taking aa the grandeur.

miles of land encircling Lake Okee- Such is the magnificent story of
chobee and extending aouth to th-
"Green Grass of Wyoming" Mary
end of the peninsula below Home-
stead. O'Hara's great moving story.

Army Engineers used the find- which is to be filmed in all of tti-

G js f Ings making their $208.000.000 soul-stirring beauty of the Westin

plan for flood control in Centre technicolor at the Prince

WORKMEN'S UNEMPLOYMENT FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT and South Florida. This proje* Theatre. Pahokee Sunday-Mon

COMPENSATION SERVICE is for from day August 22-23.
COMPENSATION now waiting money
ACCIDENTS PROVIDES MC0MC OIMIIN6 PERIODS OP BRINGS TI/E....AND JOS The cast is superb, headed by
INSURES AGAINST UNEMPLOYMENT TOGETIEN.c Congress, and action by the state
WHILE EMPLOYED government to provide the local Peggy Cummins. Charles Coburn.

share of the cost. Robert Arthur and Lloyd Nolan.

Floridians can get.single copies with" the inimitable songster Burl

of the booklet free by writing to Ives rendering his delightful son?

the Agricultural Exepnment Station number, chief of which is "I wish"

Gainesville-Miami Herald. I were Single Again." and fe

clever character work of GeraldIne
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Wall.

The story is a fast moving storyof
Babe Ruth Passed
Thunderhead the great white

Away Monday Night stallion who roams the ranges asking

CHILD LABOR LAW APPRENTICESHIP SAFETY DIVISION of all he surveys. It is the
ADMINISTERS LAW COVERING TRAINS WORKERS TO BECOME PROVIDES EDUCATIONAL AND story of loves as tender and
INSPECTION SERVICE FOR INDUSTRY' young
OCCUPATION OF MINORS. SKILLED MA TRADE. NEW YORK-Babe Ruth who I
tries as tale unwound.
any ever !
became one of baseball's immort-
It is the story of great pt.'oplein
als died Monday night of cancer.
tins t* cur FLORIDA The once-mighty Yankee slug- a great state living adventuresome -
if lives You'll Love It!
ger, his frame and strength weak-
I See you at the movies-Mai.
ened by a long and painful illness,

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION lapsed into unconsciousness short- ... -
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; ly before death came to him 1
peacefully.The Cotton is now used in more than

. 7000 industrial applications compared -

-- It M CcncernedifftGULATE with only a few hundred a
Manufacturer's Record decade ago says SKF Industrie
ELEVATOR CODE
$ INSTALLATION AND values Southern construction so Inc.. in reporting on the record usa
MAINTENANCE OF ELEVATORS far this year at $1,604.339000 the of anti-friction bearings in $400-
YOU NEED A JOB LOSE YOUR JOB
second highest figure on record fora 000,000 worth of new textile ma-

comparable period. chinery.
,, GET HURT ON THE JOB .NEED TO LEARN A SKILL I


MINORS ARE WORKING IN HAZARDOUS JOBS


, YOUR FIRM NEEDS A SAFETY PROGRAM Milk Means GrowthWithout


THE ELEVATOR YOU ROE IS UNSAFE:


wlltlos --role certain elements in his

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...... soelllcEfLARIOn slousraNN..owlstaolhCoast I diet, baby would lack bounce and

energy. The urge to grow and de-

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out process is very great additional velop would be retarded.
Line Makes Is DoomedOn
sand is unloaded later and the Farming .

Progress On New same finished procedure grade is obtained.The followed.- until TheMuckUnless Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the -

idea taught in old georgra-
safest milk for your baby.

Road Into Glades ida phies was that built the on peninINla"of soft coral Flor-roc* i Get Water ControlJudgement Homogenized Milk with the all-

has long since been exploded. In I..I
the numerous types of constructionused important Vitamin D added is
CLEWISTON-Can you visualizea Day for forming

railroad reaching out into the in the by Everglades an advancing, rock civilization of varying the muck soil of the Everglades is the choice of many mothers for
"River of Grass?" Construction of
hardness has been encounteret foretold in a new booklet published I I when
such a railroad is being carried on baby feeding. Be safe you
necessitating blasting for excava- by the Agricultural Experi-
now by the Atlantic Coast Line
railroad with 16-mile branch tion and driving pile. ment Station of the University of buy milk-look for the Alfar em-
a
In this line there will be three
Florida.It .
line extending from the main lire
at a point approximately 4 miles bridges, their steel spans supported i tells what kinds of soil there blem. ,
on pile piers, piling bens
are everywhere in Southeast Flor-
west of Lake Harbor southward to
driven into the rt'lativelsoft rocs ida.-what they are good for. anil
the mill at Okeelanta.
sugar According to railroad officials, which for cult-
areas are no good
Railroad officials insist this la practically all muck fill is in five va tion. LFA

only a branch line chiefly to serve miles of track laid and four mile The booklet also tells what has f\
the Okeelanta Sugar mill. sand fill Two
of track surfaced on
been done to try to control the
Up to this time the Ok lana miles of track are being laid per water in this region and what still

sugar mill has bad to truck in all month and the work" is progressing needs to be done.It .

materials, machinery and suppliesand satisfactorily considering difficul- explains how water levels affect Belle Glade - Phone 20

send out its finished productby ties encountered The 16 mile the oils! of the region. especially -
the',ame means. And although branch line should be completes the rich muck.

the establishment of Road 25 opened early in 1949. railroad officiate A chart tells the story of what

up considerable territory to say. has happened to deep peat near I I II

sugar cane, cattle and other enterprise . .. Ok lanta. south of Lake Okeechobee. -

*, a railroad will" be of inestimable Before drainage, in 1913. the
benefit further development Electrical Growers And Stockmen!
of this in -. Demand For peat there was 11 feet deep Notice To .
primitive country.Territory Drained and (cultivated the soil
Appliances Booming:
covered with" saw subsided five feet. Then, in 1942
grass and muck varying in depth pumps were put in to speed drian- The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION -
Electrical dealers
from three feet to 10 or 12 fetand appliance age and the soil' subsided another and The National Farm Loan Association :
should' continue to do a landoffice
in certain seasons water from 18 inches in less than five years. i
will hce at Pahokee and Belle Glade
business for some time to come, it representatives
six inches to three feet deep aeonly That left only four and a half,
is indicated by a made by for the farmers and taking
a few of the difficulties being survey feet of soil above the rock. purpose of interviewing ;

over come in this construction. Electrical Merchandising The "In planning reclamation of peat application for their financial requirements. i:
( shows that of 33 million
Draglines must be operated on I survey lands the probable rate of subsidence I
timber mats at all time for whrn Mimes u_<*ng electricity in oar should be considered carefully '
Pahokee M. Inc. Fertilizer house on
j the following : at P. Holman
there is no water standing on th3 country percentagesjof /* the booklet note
land the condition of the muck b homes are without these appliances Then comes the prediction of the Friday, July 2nd 9th, 16th 23rd 30th and August

too soft to bear the weight" of a : final end of farming in the Everglades 6th and 13th between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and
I' Electric refrigerators 28.ST
dragline. muck"Continuing: 6
3:00 m.
Electric washers,, 37 Or; p.
6t
After a muck roadbed is throw subsidence will" limit t
up with "burro" crane and traces Electric ironers 927 c the period of years during which
Belle Glade at the office of Van Landingham Brother -
Electric floor cleaner 50 5 : i
laid a work train of flat cars fo- the land may be cultivated profitably -
knrs carrying sand which first | Electric clock 1795-: ." on Thursdays I. July 1st. 8th. 15th July 22nd. II

must be shipped into this *andle 4 i Electric toasters 37T<< The booklet does not say how 29th and August 5th and 12th, between the hours of r

area. The and to plowed from th* I Radio 100Aaets '<<- many years that will be It makes I
10:00 and 3:00
. a. m. p. m.
idrs of the flate car by a bulldoaer clear the fate of Everglades murk

with specially designed of the Federal Social Security depends on proper water control

blade. When th* train moves on to Truat Fund now total more and land management. It show Interviews will be appreciated.

further operations! the track is than ten billion dollar, reports the bow scientific car can make the I. (Aug.- -cap

jacked up on the and ballast. A* Miami office of the Social Security oil last a loaf UXB* I g I

ibNdeac. f1f nnjcfc i* the rjinf Ad itaM raUca -s.J. GotoC7 ad Water Con !



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I son 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 I
daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and !
dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standingin i I I

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IIAIIT time increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-, j I
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Mary-Martha Circle Layfield Hitchcock i i I WIlladeneTodd I I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Buell of Miami Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Schultz had

will arrive over the week-end as their guests this week Mra.
Met Monday Evening Has Birthday PartyMrs.
Announcement is being made to visit her brother-in-law ant Chris Earneston. sr.. and daughter..

"Missionaries in China and Japan this week of the marriage of Miss Owen Todd entertain I sister. Mr. and Mrs., George M. Kathryn and her son and daugh-

." was the theme of the program Mary Layfiled. daughter of Mm with a birthday party honoringher Belk in Pahokee. They will be accompanied ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ChrisEarneston ,
T. O. Layfield of Milledgeville.
presented by Mrs. James H. : on their return by their Jr., and two sons all
Ga.. and Donald Hitchcock, son i>f daughter Willadene, on her
Wilson at the August meeting of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock of 3rd birthday anniversary at her son, Donnie. wno spent two weeks of West Palm Beach and Mr. and

the Mary-Martha circle of the Canal Point at Milledgeville Sat- home Saturday afternoon. Th? I here with his uncle and aunt. Mrs. M. Roberston of Miami.
Methodist Woman's Society of

Christian Service at the home of urday. party was conducted on the lawn --- - -- - --- ---- -_ ____.cc: ____ _
Mrs. Lewis Friend Monday evening The Rev. Withrow. pastor of the: and balloons were presented tj
Methodist Church performed the each guest as favors. After games
Those taking parts on the pro-
were played the gifts were
gram were Mrs. Clyde Alley Mrs. double-ring ceremony at the parsonage open- II
ed and refreshments TIRE
were servelto Bring: us your TROUBLES-
Louis Davis and :Mrs. Hugo Boa.Mrs : at 8 p. m. Saturday in the the
following guests; Joanne
of relatives and friends.
Kenneth presence
was in charge Mock of the vicepresident business- The couple was attended by Mr. Todd Robert Linda Boe Baker. Ann Baker Tires are our business, any size, any:
Billy Boe. AmandaPitts
session in the absence of the president and Mrs. Marvin Grimes as the; I

. Mrs. Jack A. Phillips. Mem- matron of honor and the best man. nett, Buddy Joan Adams Saralyn Ben- type to fit your particular need.PAUL'S I
McKinstry, Sharron
bers of the Gertrude Shirley circle The bride wore an English lav-
suit with white Watson Ruthie Wilson Alice Jcy
were invited guests. Refreshments ender gaberdine
Wilson Ronald Todd Jr.,
were served the hostess accessories and a corsage of tube Nancy
by duringthe
Thomas, SERVICE STATION
Denny Padgett, Karen
social hour which followed tlie roses. The maid of honor wore
Sullenger, Tommy Handley Tin
pastel with white accessories
green crepe
program.
Handley. Mothers CANAL POINT FLORIDA
sac. and a corsage of pinkeamations. present were -
Mrs. Billy McKinstry. Mrs. Jim

Crosby.Garrett Sullenger. Mrs. Archibald Adam.
Mrs.. Hitchcock is of
a graduate Mrs. Charles
Baker. Mrs. Calvin
Mrs. Peggy Crosby and M. C. the Peabody High School in Mill- Spaoner. Mrs. Leon Spooner. :Mrs. --
edgeville and Mr. Hitchcock of the ._ ).) ). '
Garrett of Pahokee were marriedat C. M. Todd Mrs. Earl Pitts. Mrs. I /
Pahokee School. Mrs. Hitci-
her home here Sunday after- High Hugo Boe and Mrs. AUie Mae
cock chose for her son's weddinga Watson. :t Office Machine Headquarters.:
noon at 2 p. m. Judge W. J. Lar-
dress with black ac- '
gray crepe
rimore read the marriage ceremonyin A Underwood
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cessories and a corsage of pink sac 4
the presence of relatives and
rosebuds. CARD OF THANKSWe A, Sundstrand Adding Machine +
friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Crosby
The newlyweds win make their Marchant Calculating Machines
attended the 4" +
couple. "
home in Canal Point where Mr. wish to thank our mazy; A. B- Dick Mimeographs ....
The bride wore a blue
navy Hitchcock is employed. friends for their kindness duringthe : Elliott Addresso Graphs T
gown with white accessories and
an orchid corsage and Mrs. Crosby I -- illness and death of our mother 4. F & E Check Writers '?.
GUEST SPEAKERMrs. and grandmother. Mrs. Eunice
chose a pink crepe dress with V HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. I
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Mosley. We shall always remem- ,
white accessories and a of
pink carnations. Attending corsage the Titus Eby of Ft. Lauderdale ber the thoughtfulness and ever b* :!: Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach 4:
the district president of the grateful.

Tucker ceremony, Mr.were and Mr.Mrs.and Murphy Mrs. Al of Woman's Missionary Society of the Mrs. Maude Wilson ...:. :..: .: : .X .

Nazarene church was guest speaker -
Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence . __ __ _ _ _
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organization at the church Thursday !' -
the Bride and Mr. and Mrs. Eail
afternoon. Following a tal".iMrs. -
Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson -
Eby presented Mr.and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Herbert ThroneberryMr.
Bishop, returned missionaries from
and Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Fran-
Central America who also spoke
cis Johnson of Pahokee. After a
Mrs. Eby was the house guest
wedding to Ft.
trip Myers and
of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Todd while
Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Garrett will I
in Pahokee.
make their home In Pahokee.

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