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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 27, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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"The Truly Distinguished Mind

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FRIDAY


August 27, 19.g PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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!' I I Church Of God To I Students To Learn FISH ARE BITIN'WE'RE I"I Mayo's Field Men

RECENT Close Bible SchoolThe HAVIN' FUNIt's

OPERATIONSBy I vacation church school conducted I About Operation ,...t'atloaeek at Th- Busy In The State

at the Church of God in Pa- Everglades News office. The office -
Of State's Banks Sales
Paul Rardin I hokee will close Friday. August is closed and ye editor is Inspecting
27th. with a picnic being conductedat basking In the coolness of giant
the city park in the afternoonand shade tree along his favorite
ORLANDO-It is now possiblefor Twenty-five pure food inspectors -
week what a religious sound picture entitled fishing streams. And are the
During vacation Tte:! Life of Christ", being high school students to learn fish biting! Well tell you more under the supervision of PnilS.
could be easier than. lifting a Ishown at the church auditorium about banks how they operate, about it next week when we Taylor Director of the Inspection ,
column from some other newspaper Friday at 8 p. m. and their importance to the community have time to tally all of the big Bureau of the Department of.

? The editor of the Pilot at Mrs. J. M. Gresham was super- according to an announcement catchea., Agriculture are working: daily in
West Warwick. R. I. gets discouraged intendent of the school and classed made here today by .J. Car- This thing of issuing a newspaper wholesale and retail food stores,
,were offered to children from the at vacation time'-with the
every now and then lisle Rogers. Chairman of the Florida cold storage plants and markets
primary department through the Bankers Association Public office dosed and the entire forceon
lot-and recently dispensing food items. These inspectors -
about a publisher's
Junior Officers* assisting Mrs. Relations Committee. Mr. Rogers .acatao.-llaa turned out to
according to Nathara
be decided to tell his readers Gresham were; Mrs. Tommy Miler also is Vice President of the First' be simpler than we bad thought Mayo. Commissioner of Agriculture -
about it. In his paper he recountedhis primary department; Miss Joan National Bank. Leesburg. for many years.' There's reallynothing
with the
i are charged responsibility -
woes in reverse-this way: Gresham, and Mrs. Joe Waddell Under the plan known as the I to It. Just a little hocus- of detecting spoilages
"It's easy to publish a news: junior girls; Mrs. J. P. Eppersonand Posterama Program which is being pocus and there you have it. candling and grading of eggs and
paper. . You never get tired. Mrs. Gresham Junior boys. launched on a state wide Right on tune, too! inspection of live and dressed
You need a vacation. Your Other assistants are; Miss Joyce
never teachers of business studies poultry, as well as checking fie
head is always clear. You're always Peacock secretary and Mrs. Andrews basiS.i I
science history economics Bible; general sanitary appearance of th*
bright as a silver ,dollar. and !.Ira. Adkins, teachers. problems home economics Local School food outlet. They also carry a highly -
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Everybody writes In beautiful letter like will have materials made
I I sensitive set of balances and
telling you what a nice paper i Hialeah Trained :available to them by bankers in Will Close TodayThe weights with which to weigh item:,
you have. Everybody phones in I 'Florida through the cooperation of of food which are packaged either -
news. You never have any trouble Horses Outstanding 'I the State Department of Education by the manufacturer or the lo-
getting paper. Everybody pays you I County Superintendents and Union vacation Bible school cal merchant.
on time. You never have to fa- I MIAMI-If any more proof be ''I local High School Principals. which has been conducted by the During the month of August
mind people over and over again i needed the success of Florid.1i Mr. Rogers stated that "In the Baptist and Methodist churches 'n i these men. in addition to their
that their subscription .is due. If conditioned 2-year-olds again this I Posterama.Program may be found Canal Point for the past two weeks other duties are checking bread

you're late paying a bill they say summer clinches all arguments as the necessary and modern,teaching; will close Friday. August 27ch rolls! and ,other bakery products
U..,all right. let it go. You never II to the value of wintering young materials which make the chore of with a commencement exercise in to ascertain "whether or not th!
make people mad at somethingyou race bones; in the atate. Headed teachnig money and banking &i the auditorium of the Baptist customer is getting what be pays
have written or haven't wri>- by Jack SkirvuVa Algasir. 11 precocious easy one. Using poster, chart and Church at 8 p. m. Mrs. Charts for. During the first seven months
ten."Your juvenile who were wintered pictograph. a series of wan charts Maxson has been superintendent of of 1948. 47.787 packages of food
proofreader never make at Hialeah won a total of 14 combined with working materials I the school. Mrs. Dorothy Buchanan were weighed and whenever shortages -
a mistake. The front page always blue ribbon stake races through for both student and teacher, helps I I superintendant of the beginners occured.' either Stop Sale
look nice. The ads are always August 2.Algasir.. the teacher portray America's I department; Mrs. Mary Chas- were ordered or the dealer requested -
eye-catching. You Just sit at your winner of Saratoga' complex: economic and financial tain. primary department; Mrs. A, to bring the items up to the declared -
typewriter and write beautiful historical Flash Stakes is the machinery. In fact through such R. Scruggs,. junior department; net weight.In .
lines . nimblefooted youngster who set a teaching aids factual and unbiased and Mrs. Frank Wilson the intermediate pointing out the accuracy ,)f
"People never say your paper is new world's record for four and a as they are teachers and department. Rev. EIrrScoggins > the merchants in weighing of
political. They never insist you'te half furlongs in June at Belmont educators feel that the true storyof and the Rev. R. A. Fuller packages In advance of sale )IrMavo
taking sides. They always agree Park. our free enterprise system can pastors of the churches have been stated that since the
that you're independent . Three of the juveniles have wu.i be given life and vitality in the conducting the devotional service Weights and Measures Law became -
Everywhere you hear people two stakes each. Olympia. ownei class room and will help stem the each morning. effective not one of Florida's
ay you're a good guy. They always by Floridian Fred W. Hooper tide of loose thinking which is a -se. retail or wholesale merchant has
say you work hard. The scored in the Joilet and Primer; A. matter of grave concern to the I Yow-Yowing In Citrus faced prosecution for voilation of
waste baskets never fill up. so nobody T. Simmons' Eternal World in the businessmen and educators alike." the Weights and Measures Law.
has to empty them. Toe' Remsey and Youthful and EgrettaIn At present there are five unit Industry Continues He stated however, that some
pressman never needs a helping the Narragansett Nursery and in the Posterama Program. Each shortages had been found due In
hand to slip a new roll of paper Betsy Ross.A unit presents some phase of banking LAKELAND-In its first public! many cases to faulty scale, but In
into the press. Rolls of paper youreceive total of 34 Hialeah-traintd service and its importance tc statement on Florida Citrus Mutual each case the merchant was only
are not torn and you racers-including the juvenileswon the community. The Jeacher may the Canners League of Florida too glad to make the correctionand
don't get any waste. Your mat 53 blue ribbon stake raris present the entire program in five composed of 26 independent have his scales repaired. The
galley never gets pied. People through August 2. Calumet Farm's sessions, or ten sessions dependm canners declared it is "definitelyin Inspectors have also found many
never think of asking you furl Citation greater horse than upon the time that Is available I favor of the idea of grower items weighed by Florida merchants -
favors that are entirely out of Man O War in the opinion >f Selected reference: readings activity banding>> themselves together to to be overweight due to the
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your reach. After every issue advertisers many experts-alone accounted projects and direct contact improve their lot and the conditionof same cause.
call up and say: "Say. for seven. end visitS with local banks are the Florida citrus industry generally The twenty-five Inspectors dosing
that was a honey of an ad you . recommended to teachers to round i ," but added that parts of food work. have had special
wrote for me last week. Thanks' Dr. Blackburn To out the theme of the Posterama the Mutual plan are "totally Im- training, either at the Universityof
If an advertiser gives you copy Program. Every County Superintendent ractical and unacceptable" torashbuyer Florida or from schools' conduct-
announcing a week-end special it's I Visit Local Church and every bank In the i' canners. f.d by a representative of the Federal
always sunny that week-end, ard state has a set of the material, At the same time the Leagc- Department of Agriculture
very warm, and the buses are su" Dr. Henry W. Blackburn. Miarii Teachers and principals are beirs had both praise and criticism for This training ha enabled tfa* *
to nun on time . district superintendent will con- urged to examine the program the recent report' made public by men to have a keen sense of detection -
"You always have plenty of time duct the first quarterly conference with a view to Its Installation dur- the Citrus Committee of the Flori- on Items of food offered
to spend with the family. Yoii- at the Canal Point ITethod'st fng the coming fall school term. Ca Bankers Association. for sale which are net fit f vr human
little boy never asks: *Jla na. haveI Church on Sunday. August 29th at . "Some of our members have consumption and to perform
really got a Daddy?' . Neverdo 8 p. m. Dr. Blackburn will also Bond Election been t unjustly accused of fighting I their other duties In an effecie i':
you place: an ad upside down deliver the evening service. Reports Mutual." the League statement manner. Such item, if and when
When you mispell a persons namo. will be given by tie pastor.the Officials NamedThe !aid. This is not so. Growers are ,found. ar Immediately seized i and:
ne call up and says "Forget at. Rev. R. A. Fuller and officers: certainly free to do as they please, deal royf'd.
It's all right.* . Oh. it's wonderful of the church. City of Pahokee's bond election whatever objections we hav "If possible to do so," Mayo.
to be a newspaper publisher.It's The 1If'thcdilt.oman's Societyof for securing funds for the raised have had to do with M.i- I nay"' "'thefOO so easy. So sample.* Christian Service meeting scheduled erection of a hospital building f lithe tual's application to procesvl. .will \... Intensified- in the future
.. .. for September 6th has beespostponed Everglades Memorial Hospitalwill :citrus. to that Florida may become t s
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Methodists until September I3t I be conducted at the citv hall '"\\ have no objections to for free as possiN* of contaminate
Repair because If falls on Labor Day. I August 31st with Mrs. RJ.. ida citrus growers cooperating to foods short weights or unsanitary
Church BuildingThe I . Schroder, clerk; Mrs. .John A. Du- sell or market their fruit as theysee condition In fond dispensing
I Dr. and Mrs.! L W. Armstrong lane J. B. Elliott and Mrs. B. Elliott fit. After all. the fruit l. places of buwne/
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board of stewards of the who. have' been spending two as inspectors. All freeholder theirs: the volume of their production I
Pahokee Methodist church met at months vacation touring the country are eligiKe to vote. rests with them and they can George M. &-Ik. Jr.. has returned -
the Church Wednesday evening and visiting relatives will return . do with it what they plea**. Car.-I to this borne her from AndrS. -
with O. B. ),McClure' chairman pre to their home this week- Mr. and Mrs. Max Ammcns who ner. as one marketing outlet S. C. where be spent severs I
siding. It was announced that the While away they attended the I visited her father Rufus Lowd. must live wit whatever net-up er weeks visiting hw uncle. He was
new foundation for the church will Lions Internaticral convention InNews u.. in Mcdenuy. Fla., and t. r : program' growers choose to ado,L accompanied on his return bv
he completed this week at a cost of York City and visited relatives brother and sister-in-law Mr. an t We respect the growers' right to David Cunningham who spent al2ontb
over a thousand dollars. Ares In Salem. lad, St. Louis. Mrs. Rufus Lewder. Jr. in Homer- solve their problems, and we only : with his grandmother. Mrs
Blakey. U the contractor in ('bar:.* Mom and Kentucky and Mr. and vine. Ca. have returned- to therborne. ask equal reaper tfor our rights in D. W. Cunningham ST.. la 8umrtf'T' -
of repair. I II Mra. .Jack Ouvifet In Michigan- marketing our products. 8. CoEsfa6sled

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J..g. Two Th., Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, August 27, 194S
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life of the paint. In addition the
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
company produces a powder that

Serving the Lake Okeecbobee Farming Region can be mixed with any flat oil or

Established 1924 Published Every Friday !water base paint to obtain the

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance I same insect-killing results.

To prove the claim made for thi;
Entered at the Post OfficeIn
The Everglades News Is amazing product and satisfy tho

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Doubting Thomases Baker con-

PublisherAn ceived the brilliant idea of holdinga ;
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor,
public demonstration at whici

atmosphere cf fantastic unreality envelops our foreign buge>ed onlookers could see the

policy in dealing wit Russia.-Ely Culbertson, bridge ex- insects die when placed on su--:
faces painted with DianoL
pert.5s5.5
But for such a demonstration he

The argument that an attempt to improve the United must have insects roaches ants

Nations if ynsucee<**ful, will destroy that body, is the worst water-bugs termites and in generous -
heard. Norman quantities. He decided to advertise -
condemnation of its usefulness that I have -
for them and called
upo'ihis
Thomas, U. S. Socialist leader.
5 . . advertising agency, Alfred L.
Lino & Associates of St. Petersburg -
business is practicing commercial piracy, hi-
American : to prepare copy for publication -
There is too much extortion being -
jacking and rar.h teering. in local papers.
practiced b; American business.-Philip Murray. The following day display ads:
5s50 appeared which read "Wanted: insects -

The arbitrary !lines now dividing Europe is drawn in sand bugs, cock-roaches termites
and can be moved towards the West at a command from ants. We want 'em Alive. The following -
prices are offered: 5c eaca:
Moscow. Gregory Gavency, former Romanian Foreign
for 10.000 cockroaches: Ic eaca:
Minister;
.5.5 for 5.000 termites: $100 for 1.000.- GOOD job cf constructive forestry was done when the trees in this
000 ants. This isn't a joke. Bring A
foods and area were cut. Mature trees were cleared out, making room for natural
Farmers and manufacturers! won't trade good them to our store and see 1.1-. reproduction of new srcwth from seeds: dropped by the seed trees left
good good for bad money.-Paul K. Hoffman, ECA Ad- Baker. We have a new paint which Standing. The tag on the tree in the foreground warns producers not to
ministrator. the manufacturer guarantees will cot the tree. Some states require that at least four healthy seed trees pet
5 . kill Insects when they walk on it acre be left standing until the natural reproduction is at least IS feet hip

The record seems to show that free enterprise is the only the killing power lasting as longas '

system of government in the world that is not on trial. If it the natural life of the paint. W* !i f
need thousands of bugs for public
is on trial, whv is America being called upon to save the P
demonstration to be held at ou-
world from economic Chaos?Walter S. Gifford, president store Rieck .& Fleece 1216 Central I,
American Telephone end Telegraph Co. Ave.. St. Petersburg. Shrubs and TreesALL
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Within a matter of hours after'

the ads appeared bright-eye ,
High BarrierA
VARIETIES AT RETAIL I
is the increasing eager youngsters began swarming
serious impediment to marriage nowadays -
into the store each carrYing a jar
difficulty supporting the government and a wifeon of live bugs They poked in cracks Authorized Sales and Service "
one income.-Rotater, Abilene, Tex. looked under rocks searched garb- :
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.5. age cans invaded ant hills and JACOBSEN POWER AND ,
Perfect GUt. they out-Bucked Frank Buck when
it came to "bringing 'em back HAND'LAWN MOWERS
Wife (upon receiving a birthday present from her hus- alive."

band) : "Uow nice, darling. Just what I need to exchange for In no time at all Baker was up

what I want.-Buz: Saw, Kansas City. to his Adam's apple in bugs. He I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

had can after can of creeping.
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
crawling insects Mason jars filled -
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St Petersburg Merchants Buys Bugs with roaches, tin cans full of 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach

ermites and bottles of ants. A: i

By Thousands To Prove Killing the end of the first horrible day
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Mr. Baker was a nervous wreck. --

Power Of A New Paint He SellsBy Ie was bug-eyed his flesh crawled.
he couldn't think eat or sleep. Being -

completely submerged in a \ .
world of insects was bad enoug,
( Russell Kay St. Petersburg, a combination but it to Baker to count
was up 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
Before you express the : that is guaranteed

that newspaper advertising kill insects upon contacts It U 'em."Here, MIster" the kids wouvl
get results you'd better have as Dianol which contains a
shout gleefully, holding up a container -
talk with Frank Baker head insecticide D-3 that is deadly filled to the brim with
the paint department at Inc.&t: insects but perfectly harmless crawling insects. "110 cockroaches To Miami
Fleece, home builders humans and animals. individual 4 Ruses
count 'em. Since each
tore in St Petersburg. Secret of the product is that tha; roach has a specific value and I TO West Palm Beach
Not long ago Baker took Is homogenoualy mixed
new line of paint a Florida the pigment of the paint thus ,these young merchants wanted Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland"
payment in full there was no way
duct manufactured by Dianol full killing power for the i out. Either Baker must take their

count or count them himself.
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For three mad days this wild
. I IJ stampede continued. Phone calls Glades Motor Lines, Inc. .
came in from irate parents of

bug-hunting youngsters who were SERVING THE GLADES"
slowly going mad as their off-
FARM LAND FOR RENTNE springs carried on like starved I e

ant-eaters diving frantically it I
every unwary insect that put ;nan
of NE4.! Section 23, Township South, appearance.:In one case, a boy

Rane 37 East. and girl had gathered thousandsof ,
ants and an unknown number of
All North cf West Palm Beach Canal, Section 12, roaches and then spilled their

Township 42 South Range 37 East. treasure all over the kitchen floor.
Other kids after digging in garb We're CeistaitlylMpmiigYwSenice.-
All South of West Palm Beach Canal, Section 12.
with theirclothes
age pails came home
I Township 42 South, Range 37 East. a mess and smelling like .

I Al'! South of West Palm Beach Canal, Section 1?, an incinerator on a rainy night.
Because of the human interestaroused
i Township 42 South, Range 28 East.S both St. Petersburg

i <= and SVi of NW!i. Section 19, Township i newspapers featured story after, Speidiif $15.000,000
about affair. Radio
story the cor.-
I South. Range 32 East. menators talked about it. The Associated to

All Section 24, Township 42 South Range 37 East. Press and United Press Ezpaid... ,q
picked up the story. From the
i .VII Section 36.Township 42 South Range 37 East. standpoint of publicity it proveda

{ and all Sections 31 and 32. Township .12Sou smashing success. Everybodyhad Paying the highest
I fun. that is everybody but Mr.
.. Range 38 East, rental rates on ap
Baker. He said he may live but
; plication. he"11 never be the same. operating costs eer.. .

1U_. <5ect.n!. 11, Township 43 South. Range 37Hast. Rieck A Fleece paid out several
hundred dollars in cash for bugs IA RECORD TO

but feel they got their money> -aid still BE PROUD OF
selling
All Section 14, Township 43 South, Range 87 Ear.S worth. Their store was jampacked yon
i the day of the demonstration
: >.2 and SE i of NW'i, Section 15. Township 41 and no one was happier on this occasion electricity JF P"
1! Sith, Range 37 East. than Baker who thrilled as!
I he watched his insect zoo destroyed .p'
by the marvelous new product CHEARlIDI o
Result of the promotion is that
United States Sugar Corp.SEE St. Petersburg ha. Rene but-paint
+ crazv. I-rrnediately after the promotion -
hundreds of quarts of ti'*

GEORGE KINGSLEY paint were *old. Sow a word.r
to Baker these same people who re-f.qm fllPID .m..aassrt

; BRYANT, tLA. purchased quart are coming bait #
for gallons to paint their entire r

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,';...i to accident.

:.. .. .. Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to
-.r,. the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
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t '. driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a*
Mr. Pedestrian-
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t'I WALK SAFELY Ifs your responsibility to yourself, your family and to
I others who .share the road to avoid these 'Pass-Pockets"
I LIVE where lurk injury-and death. "

II) LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being
. j one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the I
: hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this I Ii
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office and factory buildings are located j Prepare For Visit Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Chastala of West Palm Beach have returned
Broward Industry in the northern section of who visited their son-in-law and from a visit with relatives in Pan-
this city with facilities for both Of Grand MatronMrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herschell ama City and Blakley Ga.

Hires 400 Opening rail and water transportation. Sorrells and daughter in Sarasota -
Situated across from the federal Naomi Dull of Clewistors, have returned to their home here. i Mrs. D. W. Cunningham and
highway just west of the FEC who is grand instructor for District . children. Judy and Harry returnedto
Pay Of New Plant racks, several acres are now ir. 18 of the Eastern Star conducted Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Batcfi- their home this week from Madison -

process of landscaping to form a a practice meeting with officers elor and daughter. Patsy and their where they visited Mr. and
I"' picturesque setting for the new of the Pahokee chapter daughter-in-law. Mrs. L a v o n Mrs. Ben S. Waring and familyfor
DANIA-New and modern fac- industry. Thursday evening at the Masonic Batchelor and her daughter. Taya a week.
tories of the Rib-N-Rite corp. will I The: plant is 240 by 150 feet. I Hall. Officers are preparing for

open here Monday for the produc- It and the office building occupya the official visit of the Grand -- --- - - - - -
Von on a large scale of an attach 16-acre site on U. S. highwayNo. < Worthy Matron on September 1
ment for typewriters which displaces 1, the Florida East Coast railroad mum 11.1 I
the need for carbon paper. and the Dania cutoff canal. i
The gadget has been described by Employes will have the benefit Joan Gresham Everglades Insurance AgencyMrs. ;

business equipment engineers as of group insurance hospitali- Has Birthday Party
the greatest single advancement zation for themselves and families Ora W. Powell Agent i
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In the art of letter writing since and the services of a nurse "
the invention of the typewriter. and doctor on the premises. There Mrs. J. M. Gresham was hostessat ALL TYPES OF INSURANCECOME ;
a birthday her
party honoring
on five assembly
Operating are 900 applications for positionswith
lines. 400 employes will man the the firm to date and manyof daughter. Joan on her 16th birthday BY OUR OFFICE AND GET :
new plant to begin assembly of experienced anniversary at her home Sat
those applying are YOUR HURRICANE MAPS
urday evening.The
the Rib-N-Rite attachment for ot
technicians in the assembly :
duplicating up to five copies of aircraft. party was conducted on ; Paholree, Florida Phone 2581 '
state the lawn where games and contests
original typed forms
any Since the initial announcementof
were played. Refreshments of cake ( .
ments documents or letters.
Rib-N-Rite a few weeks ago, u
Seigfried Bechhold is presi- and ice cream were served to thos
requests for demonstrations information -
attending. Guests invited were;
dent of the corporation.The literature pilot models --- -- - --
plant is one of the largest and details of operation hav Joan Rosenberg. Anna Lee Hurt.
industrial enterprises in Broward poured In.NationaUy. I Carol Snyder. Donna Jo Spooner II I
and of $10,000- Porte Johnson Chandler ).1c waiJ.
county a backlog
Known firms which !
0' 0 in orders assures continued have placed orders include the Willard McCurdy. Tony Lively I PRIVATE NURSERY7A.M.TO6P.M.

activities for a long period. Th American Type Foundry co., the Charles Sears Bobby Mackey. i il
Myra Cruthird. Patsy Maxson. :
New
of
Public Service Company I
Pauline Dowlin {
Jersey. Edison Industries. Coca Shirley Watson MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY il)
Cola co.. of Atlanta. MetropoVan Jackie Thomas. Sydney Caruthers.
Classified Ads ; Life Insurance co.. New Yori Dale Maxwell. Ronnie May Car I Age 2 to 6 years !
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Life Insurance co.. Ford Motor c>.. i ney Wilder Steve Kirk. Frank OPENING SEPTEMER 1st. I
Rosenberg. Bill Kirk. Vonell Davis.
and others.
FOB SALE: New and used Willys Zella Jones Rita Fay Hurt Tinker Sec me at station
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in Christian George Rozelle Joan !I II

Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllch Return From Meet Sheppard. and .Janie- Hamilton. Ii i

SEPTIO tanks and grease traps Of Rainbow GirlsThe
cleaned and repaired. Phone: Robert Morris Day
3872. Bob Doutbit. Pahokee. MITc
Misses Yvonne Lee Fraser. Will Be CelebratedThe
Janie Hamilton. Lois Echols an SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos
Siding and roofing contact man. I Patsy Geiger have returned from Pahokee Eastern Star Chater ,- :{:1
Florida Remodeling and Construction Tampa where they attended the : will celebrate Robert :Morris Deep Wells
Co.. Box 898. Belle Glade. Grand Assembly of Rainbow Girls. Day with a covered' dish picnic on Ii!;
Phone 364. TF, Miss Fraser was grand outer observer August 30th. The Belle Glad

and Miss. Hamilton grani chapter will be invited guests. Mrs. : For Homes and Irrigation Purposes ;1\\
MACHINERY FOR SALE: page. Miss Echols was grand secretary Homer Barnes, associate matron, i
1 International Diesel TD-35 last year. The girls were will be in charge of arrangements. !,1!
Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem accompanied to the assembly 'iy .a. 2 inch to 24 inch wells ;Ii Iiii

Athens Harrow Timken Bearings; Mrs. J. W. Barrett of Canal Point. ATTEND ASSEMBLYThe ii II IIIII I

1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppersfor .-. Misses Helen Howes of the III Get An Estimate From i Ii
pasture maintenance. of senior fellowship of the Pahokee I -
above Equipment has been recon- Personal ItemsThe Methodist church. Mary Eleanor I Ii IiI
ditioned and in first class condition Kidder of the, Belle < lade fellow
Nichols Equipment Co.. Seb- ship and Frank Roxelle Pahoke Dansby Well Drilling Co.

ring Fla.. Located by A. C. L. Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Hat- and Billy Jemlgan. Canal Point

Depot. P. O. Box 58, Phone 6811.4TP Field have reutrned to Branson returned this week. from. Mt DA-i PHONE 56 NIGHT PHON3 77MWAITCHULA I
Plymouth Hotel in Mt. Plymouth
Fla. after spending several day
in Canal Point. Fla. where they attended the FLORIDA !I
ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker senior summer assembly of the i

Spaniels A K C Registered Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ubhart and Methodist young people. I
Champion blood lines. Our show
family who are visiting relative
wins A limited -- -- -- ---
our quality.
prove in New Britian. Conn., will return -
number of puppies available.
to their home here over the week-
Priced from $35. E. F. Cushman.
end.
Pahokee. Phone 4862 J19ch

WELL DRILLING: See Bob Kenneth McIntosh will leave

Douthit Pahokee. Fla.. Phone next week for St. Petersburg- Please don't
3872. July 16cn where he will enroll in the Flora hang up . .

Military Academy. He will be ac-
FOR RENT: Warm Farm Land companied by his mother. Mrs. H,
Sec. (254 ) next to
Stt 14. acres
M. McIntosh who will spend sev-
Canal Point Labor camp excellent
eral days there. t
location for getting day labor andbean
pickers. Phone 584. SJul6ctf
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and #v y
WANTED FOUNTAIN Help. children have returned from a vie: /1
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Chandler's, Pahokee, Fla. 2tc with her brother-in-law and 8ist.o,.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Sanders and ,
FOR RENT: One House 3 Rooms
In Panama
family City. lI'er
and bath. One small apartmen- '

2 miles north of Canal Point. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stamps and .t\

Phone. 3384. tf family have returned to their home SJae'lI

HOUSE FOR SALE: Furnished here after spending two weexs
with relatives in Atlanta. Ga.
modern electric -
kitchen House new with' improvements, over' \ j l 3tt 4'') f 0

** acre of land 100 ft. front t-n .
Canal Point rand: conveniently' lo S

cated. Sew or Call Coach Alley.

Phone 2491. Pahokee. KA27- >d'1 Prince TheatrePahokee -ce:;: -

WANTED: SALES GIRLS. :

eared ladies -& ..
8a..... KM' Department ell.P"1-1. Florida Yon never know what' happening 1

Relic Glade.FOR K-.U7... at the other end ,
I of the libe! That why
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SALE: Modern 6-room house SundayMondayAugust it's
important to allow about a
completely furnished. 2 car garage -

and fruit trees located on 29-30 minute for your party to reach the s
Bacom Point Road. Imogene Chr's-
telephone. Its also '
Van Phone' 22816. West Palm important to answer Yti
Beach. TF "Give My RegardsTo calk Ii
as promptly a9 powuble. "Being ', '!C s
WANTED\ TO RENT furnish-t Conriderate t." =t'
always pay off in better
apartment. Audi Hooks J-. Broadway"starring
Phone 593. TF telephone service for everyone. I
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday August 2., 19-W'j

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The music will never leave you .

INDUSTRIAL I Cinematic ChatterBy I The old timers will live again

Malcolm Millar .those days of the early 1900's the

! COMMISSION t younger generation will love the
FLORIDA fl ... ..... .
; ; show and the music . even if it
.. ........ I The imortal George M. Cohan
is a little-on the "square side" for
greatest musical comedy producer -
these times.
of all time brought forth in the

"Teen-age" of the 1900's a musical NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

show that was the rage of this TAX DEED
(Senate Bin No. 1(3)
and the European continents. That NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN. That

show as "Give My Regards To C. Y. Byrd holder of Tax: CertificateNo.
8174. Issued the 5th day of August.A. .
Broadway." The music of the show D. 1929. has filed same In my office

according to world-wide critics is. and has mad application for a tax:
.i 1 c deed to be Issued thereon. Said certificate -
and will forever stand American, embraces the following described

even as American aa the Flag of property In the county of Palm Beach.
State of FlOrIda. to-wlt:
I! this great country. Lots 10 &' 12. Block 1. El Be Court.
"Forty Five Minutes From Delray. Fla, as In P. B. 12. P. 54.
The assessment of the said property
Broadway" is to be screened a: under the said certificate Issued was

UNEMPLOYMENT FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT the Prince Theatre in Pahokee on In the name of Unknown.
WORKMEN'SCOMPENSATION Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
COMPENSATION SERVICE Sunday-Monday. August 2930. according to law the propertv
01UNEMPUMlEIIT. BRINGS THE MAN AND SOS described' therein will be sold to the
INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS PROVIDES INCOME OARING PERIODS The stars of the huge cast are Dan
: TOGETHER. highest bidder at the court house door
WRILE EMFLOyEO.Nl Daily Nancy Guild. Charles Rug- on the first Monday In the month of

gles and Charles Winninger and September. 1948 which Is the 6th day
of September. 1948.
the delightful Fay Bainter. The list Dated this 6th day of August A. D..

of the featured players reads like 1948.
J. ALEX AR T.-n:,
r a roster of the greatest in Holly- (Circuit Court SeanClerk
1S l ; y,1CHILD of Circuit Court of
f wood. The play is beautiful . .
Palm Beach Countv. Florida.
to Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 1943.
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c NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR -
I TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
(Senate Bin No. 15])
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatC. (Senate Bill No. 1H
Y. Byrd holder of Tax: Certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN TtatC.
Y. Byrd holder of Tax: CertificateNo.
No.
14383. Issued the 4th day of July.
14384 Luedh 4th day of July.A. .
APPRENTICESHIP SAFETY DIVISION A. D. 1927. has filed same In my off'ceand \
LABOR LAW has D. 1927. has filed same In my office
TRAINS WORKERS TO BECOME PROVIDES EDUCATIONAL AND matte application for a taxdeed : and has made application for a .a'll:
ADMINISTERS LAW COVERING
to be issued thereon. Said
INSPECTION SERVICE FOR INDUSTRYELEVATOR certif
OCCUPATION OF MINORS. SKILLED IN A TRADE. late embraces the following described I deed to be Issued thereon. Said certificate
embraces the follo described
1ne
in the
property County of Palm Beach.
State of Florida to-wlt: property in the County of Palm Beach.
FLORIDA Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Block 3. El Be State of Florida. to-wlt:
Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block 4. EI Be
kl This Court. Delray. Florida as In P. B.
t wy .
12. P. 54. Court. Delray. Florida as In P. E.
12. P. 54.
I The assessment of the said prolM'rtundt"l' :\
The assessment of the said propertY
the
said
certificate Issued
was
In the name of Unknown. under the said certificate Issued was
INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Unless said certificate shall be redeemed In the name of Unknown.Unlese .
said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law the property
to law. the
according property
liY described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder the described therein will be sold to the
at court house door
} highest bidder at the court house door
on the first Monday In the month oT
.Concerned :September. 1948 which Is the 6th day on the first Monday, In the month of
It if ,
r* 'of September. 1948. September. 1948 which Is the 6th day
of 1948.
Dated this 6th day of August A. D. September
CODE 1948. Dated.hL.. 6th day of August; A. D.
REGULATES INSTALLATION AND 1948.
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MAINTENANCE OF ELEVATORS. YOU NEED A JOB LOSE YOUR JOB I, (Circuit co Clerk itAARNETI'E.of Circuit Court of (Circuit Court J ALEX Seal ARNETTE.

Palm Beach Count Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court of

I Publish August 6. 13. 20 27, 1943. Palm Beach Cotints.Florida.
,} .GET HURT ON THE JOB .NEED TO LEARN A SKILL I Publish August: 6. 13.20 27. 1943


MINORS ARE WORKING IN HAZARDOUS JOBS



YOUR FIRM NEEDS A SAFETY PROGRAM Milk Means Growth


THE ELEVATOR YOU RIDE IS UNSAFEYoungsters .


srl uoYralr ilitttl101l1S Without certain elements in his


I Oft 8OUIIGEA. IIDA If1WSTiM ooMla-. diet, baby would lack bounce and


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Frankly Admit That New Federal Hiway would be retarded.


To Miami
Michigan
Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
Cheating Is A Common PracticeIn

TALLAHASSEE Fhere's going
safest milk for your baby.
to be a new red line on the

Schools All Over America TodayLAFAYETTE. Florida road map. showing exten- II I Homogenized Milk with the all-

sion of U. S. Highway 27 from I

I I important Vitamin D added is
Ind. Was thers half of the boys would object. Tallahassee to Miami through the

a lot of cheating on exams when 80)Girl.* center of the state. the choice of many mothers for
The state road Tuesday !
you went to school Youngsters Tell, the teacher 1% 0% department I

today frankly admit that cheatingis Cover my'papt'r13% 60% announced the new designation -I baby feeding. Be safe when you

a common practice in schoolsall Let him t'OpyI0'r. 27% by the American Association
of Officials. milk-look for the Alfar
over America.To Undecided: 14% 13% State Highway buy em-

a From now on, travelers wno
find out where today's teenagers start at Mackinaw City :Mich., car blem.
stand on classroom honesty As youngsters progress through I
follow the same road number all
the Purdue Opinion Poll for high school many of them change the way to Miami. Ht'retooreC..

Young People, directed by Dr. H. their attitude toward cheating.
S. 27 stopped at Tallahassee.The .
H. Remmers. asked thousands of During their first year in high LFA '
Florida route will go fro lI
high school youngsters allover school two-thirds of the students Tallahassee through Capps. Perr/ \

the nation this question: are against cheating. By the time
Mayo High Springs Williston.
If another student tried tocopy they have reached the 12th grade-, Ocala. Oklawaha. Leesburg. Mil.-
from less than half of them still feel
your paper dnring neola. West Frost proof. Lak

a teat, what would you do! that way. Placid. Harrisburg. Moore Haven Belle Glade - Phone 20 r

1% mid Trll the teacher." "'emay observe this trend bv
Clewiston and South Bay to 301i-
43% said Cover my paper." looking at two of the answers: ami.

n% Mid -Let him Oner lit him
ropy. It will follow Florida state road ---
14% were undecided.' my paper copy 20 from Tallahassee to Hugo -= =--=.: -- -.::-_-- =--:=- -= = ---- -- ----
9th grade 68% 2O
A. % Spring and State Road 25 from
10th grade 57 50
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To get a rough idea of how High Springs to Miami.Personal .
11th 51
grade % 31% ,
widespread cheating is. askeda - .
we 12th 46
40
grade % %
nation-wide sample of teenagers . ;
to estimate how Items W. W.
roughly What accounts for this chang? McCurdy
much cheating went on in their
in attitude during four years of

schools. Since balloting was high school Some people believe Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin and

anonymous they could afford to that parents and teachers bring one
be frank. children have returned to these

good share of the cheating by home in Pahokee after
visiting relatives

What In perrentag your school of the nametime students -- marks.placing so Some much youngsters emphasis may on high report in Panama City for a week. Is No Longer Connected

cheat oa examination!
to cheating in order to win Mr. and :Mrs. Julian Chandlerand
SI
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approval.We daughter Judy taveN'turned
% mid -Quite" a I..."
must also remember that from Tampa where Mr. Chandler With Us
18% mid ""081 student"
a* )'oungMer grow older they recently underwent an operationon

10% mM -Practically every- try to act like adult Many nf his
eyes.
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them are BO doubt, dfcminloBed -

These estimates leave little by the dNootbat I :Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Boynton

doubts that cheating Is a fairlycommon serene of te Ideals they were have returned from Mountain City Fertilizer Works

schools. practice in American taught la Sunday school are Mot 'Tenn_ and Ocblochn_. Ga.., where Stucky :

take very serlowly la the adultworld. they visited their wms-in-law and
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Frequently they hear daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
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Boys are more lenient than girls their elders. explain away their I Faulk and family and Mr. and Mrs Pahokee Fla.Page .

when it cornea to permitting others acttosa with the excuse that the Max Beverly and family. ,

to copy during an exam. Sixt* "head 1. the --." We

per cent of the girls state that .......-'s h sMrIrlaaNl If aria I Robert Hitchcock. ST.. sprat Us* I

they'd cover their paper to keep .Maa.m carry tt.. M...MhJiii weekend visiting his wife wto 10

anyone from pates tut lay than .a ir ll.a :a patient in a bopttal to Tampa








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; or suburban areas always walk on the left side of the road
facing traffic. ;
I There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per- ; i
t son killed facing: traffic three were killed walking with traffic. ;
24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking ;1
I the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every :
I daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and : :
i dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing l
: Mr. Motorist- in the road. !
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Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways I ;
i MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable r.
SAfE-DRIVING hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims .
A HABIT increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- ,
i run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by i
these car cowards. I '
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. -yen, who have taken an apart--, Ray Cox has returned to tU several major improvements have water meters in 172 new homos

ment in Palm Beach for several home Waycross, Ga.. after been completed since the war $16,723; and spent over $50.000 for
l lMr. weeks. spending two weeks as the guestof years: 78 blocks of city repavingwas supplie sfor the light department.A .

Thomas E. Baldwin motored to his aunt. Mrs. H. T. Monroe completed at a cost of $56- municipal bonding companyin

Greenville S. C. this week wherehe and his cousin. Mr. and Mrs. T. i*. 769 with no special assessmentsto Miami which figures cities witha
visited relatives. He was ac- Burns and family. property owners. Enlarged the I ratng of 10 or lower are sound
.local fire station at a cost of $5- .fnancial risks gives Mount Doraa
who companied on his return by Mrs.: Mrs. Loel Lence. who spent several !I
and Mrs. V. C. Denton, in Baldwin who spent three week? weeks in Miami has returnedto 244; purchased a sanitary garbage rating of 3.66 . almost a per-
have been spending the summer visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. her home in Canal Point. truck $4,907; installed light and I feet.
Brevard N. C. have returned to . .
R. L. Martin there.
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their home in Pahokee.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock have Ideals -
and Mrs. Vance Denton and Mount Dora
returned to their home here froma
daughter of College Station, Texas
visit: business trip to West Virgin**, Town SetUpMOLJ'T i
will arrive this week for a i
Ohio and North Carolina. TIRE TROUBLES-.
Bring
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. u. us yo
DORA A recent -
report
Mrs. Maude S. Pankey will return -
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and Mr. and Mrs. V.
D. Carpenter to her home next week in' issued by Mayor J. E. Fortn siness size '
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Tires are 0 any any
C. Denton and other relatives here. ,
Ruston. La.. after spending several of Mount Dora lists an outstanding \\1
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. George will
weeks the of her son-;n- record of achievement for econom-
as guest
their home in Canal type to fit particular need.
return to j y Ii IiJ
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ical operation of the city government.
Point this week after spending amonth's
James G. Thomas, Jr.. Mount Dora Lake County'sthird
vacation at Bradent"nBeach. largest town has one of the i
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maxwell and
lowest tax rates in the state of PAUL'S VICE STATION
son. Mead, are expected to retu'"l1I
Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young Florida and one of the soundest
to their home here next week afte--
and children will return to their in the nation. I
financial ratings J CAN INT FLORIDA
visiting his brother-in-law and -
home here next week from Braden The capita debt is only
I per
sister Mr. and Mrs. K. Gilbert and
ton Beach where spent amonth's family in Chipley Fla. $72.97 while other town of compar-
vacation. able size in the central area haw
Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Shirleyand
Mrs. Lewis Friend and children debts of $214 and $188.
capita
per
Leland, will return to their
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. home son here over the week-end from The millage for 1948 is 5.5 for : + ).) :.. 4as: .:ss) : .: .).: s:sssss:ss:as:. .
I. I. Smith in Gainesville thsi week. homesteads and 15.5 for non-ex- c:.
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Griffin. Ga., where they visited her
Miss Nell Dunaway is leaving empt property. Since 1946 the mill- Office MacUnderwood eadquarters ca.
and other relatives.
parents .4 .
this week for Valdosta, Ga., when has been dropping steadily .
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Rutherford age .
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she will spend a month with her with a decrease of 1.5 mills for ..
sister Miss Sara Dunaway.Mrs. and children have returned homesteads and .5 mills for non- .:. Sundstran mg Machines ca.
to their home after his
visiting
Sam McKinstry and daughter exempt property.For : Marchant Calculating Machines ..
Johanna, have returned to parents in Orlando. the past two and a half > A. B- Dick :Mimeographs .%

their home here from Brevard, Mrs. Eddie Scnoeppel and child- years the town has operated at :a 4.. Elliott Addresso Graphs .t
C. While away they visited N'I ren who have been visiting Mr!. cost of $22 per capita or approxi- s: F & E Check Writers ...

Maryland and New York state. Frank Thompson in Orlando have mately one-third less than other *> .
HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC.
returned home.
Mrs. W. A. Cross, sr. and Mrs. cities with a population range cf ..
Sadie" Barwick returned to their Mrs. John D. Rogers who has 2500 to 5000 (Mount Dora's population I.Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .%.
home here this week after visit- been spending three weeks who is 3000). .
ing Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry relatives in Rome Ga.. and Chattanooga I In spite of these tax reductions. s+ .<" : sus ..: s4.. :.s's s:s s:.s:.s:s s: s: s:s :": .:-:.s:.

Jr., and family in Salsbury Md. Tenn.. will return to her

They were accompanied on their home next week.

return by Mrs. Cross' grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dobrow."
Benny Baxter who came back to who have been vacationing in -

enter school. His parents will return Clearwater Beach have returned to

later. their home here.
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Miss Margaret Powell has returned Miss Margaret Ray has returned -
to her home here after to her home in Macon. Ga.. .

spending a week with her aunt I after visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. H.

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