The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 30, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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RECENT I All County Voters C.Diesel B. KellOpens Repair Shop P.H.S. Seniors Receive

OPERATIONS Must ReRegisterA I C. B. Kelly announces openingof Last
Diplomas Night
_- reregistration all votersin I a repair shop for diesel work in

By Paul Rardin a section of Komer's blacksmith!
Palm Beach County will betaken --
shop on the Pahokee and Belle The 36 members of the Pahokee night in the high school audi-
starting November, it
was disclosed Friday at the officeof Glade Road. Mr. Kelly has had High School 1947 graduating class : torium. With the advent of the

Speaking of good natured chaps, County Registrar DeWitt Up- 15 years experience on diesel and were told of the responsibilities Atomic Age the burden of carrying

how about Lawrence Jaudon and gasoline motors and offers a tnor they will be called upon to share on civilization will rest more
thegrove, after a bill providing for I'
Windy Willis? Have you ever seen: a permanent registration in this: ough and complete service to with the rest of their generation heavily on today's youth than ever

either of them when he wasn't in ;a became Glades growers and truckers. He by Charles Francis Coe. editor of before, the speaker said, and he
I I county a law without the
good humor? Have you ever seen; governor's signature.A will do general repair and over- the Palm Beach Post-Times, in an I urged the graduates to make wise

either of them when he didn't school tIectioniJJ be held in haul work.Ir.. Kelly worked address to the graduates at the use of the knowledge and understanding -

greet you with a friendly smile or with the Glades Equipment company commencement exercises held last that comes from education -
announced. Sato
November it was
hearty hello? Lawrence drives i a in Pahokee for 14 months to help maintain and build a
prevent possible confusion, cs
bread truck for his brother-in-law, and is> well known in the Lake world of continuous progress andpeace.
has occured elsewhere when an Sermon Is Heard
Wiley Tillis, at the Home Tow Region. .
election occured during re-regis
Bakery and has a wide circle of trations, the start on a new list - By H. g. GraduatesRev. The annual school awards to

friends who speak highly of him !I of qualified voters will be delayed 42 In Belle Glade Seniors were presented by Principal -

and his manner of conducting the I until after November elec Carl A. Moberg delivered D. D. Caudill as follows]) :
bread business he so ably handles the baccalaureate sermon to thj
Valedictorian four-year
Windy represents the Atlantic I tion.Thereafter re-registrations will Receive DiplomasThe I 36 Pahokee High School graduate I scholastic average.highest Ona Hum-

Coast Line Railroad as commercial I at the baccalaureate exercises hel 1
salutatorian, second hiRncst -
be taken until early April next I phries: :
agent in Pahokee and I believe h. year when the books must be Sunday night in the high school four-lear scholastic average,

has won the Coast Line as manyif fifth annual graduation of'\ auditorium.Rev. Fremd: highest scholastic
closed to prepare for the general I Harry
not more friends and patrons primary early in May. the Belle) Glade High school was C. T. Bow(' gave the invocation average for 1946-47 school year.

than any other representative that The new registrations will be held at the school auditorium and Rev. Don Pinson. the Betty Ann Sears; best in student

the concern has working for it. He 'permanent unless the voter remains Wednesday night. May 2S, at 8 benediction. Robert O. Lam activities boy Ed Howell: best in

stands high with his bosses and inactive as a voter for four o'clock when a class of 42 young sang two vocal solos and led the student activities, girl Peggy Mo-

that's to understand when men and were their congregation in group singing.
easy years. At the end of four-year women granted berg; best all-round senior boy.
watch him at his daily grinJ. diplomas by the County School - -
you periods from the time of the re- : Harry Fremd; best all-round senior -

So, to a couple of fine fellows) I registration, the books will be Superintendent.This AdvancedTo girl. Ann O'Conr. '*, ........can

say, congratulations boys, the checked. Persons who have not was the largest class in Lively Legion citizenship award, boy.

world needs more of your kind. the history of the school and in Milton Salvatore; American Legion -
voted in the four-year period
be tent cards inquiring if they its number are seven boys war The PriesthoodThe citizenship award, girl. Connie -
I noticed an interesting sign veterans, who re-entered school inEngiish'Bill
desire to remain on the books. Un- ; :MarViall: ; general excellence
after their service ia the Armed .'
: Elam DAR American -
Presbyterian less they reply that they do, their ;
registration: will be canceled. Forces and completed the pre- Rev. Arthur Joy Lively,, History award. Harry Fremd;
Beach. It said: Come In. Rest scribed course of study. former Army chaplain and at present B&PWC award to best student in
Under the new law <( Meditate. Pray. L. vicar of St. Martin's Episcopal commercial studies. Betty Ann
194), transfers from one precinctto
another in the county may be Osborne Camo Is Church Clewjston, and the Church Sears; Denton athletic trophy
State Attorney Phil O'Connell of of the Holy Nativity Pahokee, was Wilbur Gt'igf'rVoman's Club
made by mail after the re-regis
West Palm Beach has been assigned tration starts.Canal Reconditioned For advanced to the priesthood in the award for best student in home

by Governor Caldwell to aid in Scouts Denton SaysLake Episcopal Church at an impressive '- economics DorothyChastain;
investigating bribe charges in ceremony at Holy Trinity Lions Club award for best studentin
Church in West Palm Beach Wednesday. agriculture Harry Fremd; Rotary -
The could Osborne Scout Camp which
Tallahassee. governor
award. Ona Hum
n't have made a better selection. Work Plans will be attended by local Scouts The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Club essay

When he chose Phil to make the i i will be open Sunday June 1 for DD, sniffrapen bishop of the Diocese phries.
of the weeks of field meets Harry Fremd gave the salutatory -
five hiking
investigation he picked one Will Be DiscussedA of South Florida and former
outstanding young attorneys of I swimming b o a t i n.g canoeing rector at Holy Trinity Church, officiated address and Ona Humphries,
for telling)) the valedictory. The invocationwas
Florida. Phil has a reputation camp fire programs story and Canon Robert Gumm

fairness. Never has it been said j jof public meeting to bear discussion nature study tracking, rope work. preched the ordination sermon. given by Rev. A. J. Lively of,
I! trails, rector of the Episcopal Church
him that he would weaken when Federal improvements cooking, first aid. adventure his
on proposed Chaplain Lively preceding I
and the benediction -
it comes to doing his dutVe I to the North New River and Indian Ceremonies and everythingthat vicarage of the Glades mission the Holy Nativity

reed more of Phil's kind in Florj j i Miami Canals in the Evergladt-s appeals to the imagination of served two years in the South Pacific I I by Rev. William T. Blair
of the Canal Point Methodist -
ida today. \: will) be held at 10 a. m. June 18 in real red-blooded American boys.V. theatre of war with the 21st i I pastor

I II've I the Belle Glade city hall, accordingto C. Denton. Chairman of Air Service Group and established Church. Pa-
been doing a little comparing -i an announcement from the U. Camping and Activities for the local numerous missions from Australia I Preceding the exercise.the:
that the boysin hokee High School Band under tho't
from stated
of vegetable shipments office at Jacksonville District. and has I
S. Engineer's to Japan. HP is married Bandmaster Robert T).
unusually direction of
the Pahokee-Canal Point section released through the office of the this section were two children.
I' I
and Belle Glade for the past seaRon. county agent. fortunate in having such a well) Lampi presented a brief concert.

in thelead. Scout Camp to attend I The band also played the processional
Belle Glade way The Army engineers are attempting organized
two-to- : stated that after nin" SHIPMENTSNorth and recessional at the start
They shipped nearly to organize a comprehensiveplan Mr. Denton I : .
one what we did on this end. Belle! I for flood control in the months of school and hard work. I and close of the exercises.The

Glade shipped 930 cars of bean I Glades embracing features developed boys needed this change of scenery ,I diplomas were presented to

while P-CP shipped S45. They i ishipl't'd :i by the engineers, the Everglades where they could enjoy the greatoutofdoors End South End ;I the graduates by Supenntendant

146O cars of celery and :, Drainage District the Agriculture with the fellows: their this season this seasonBeans I John I Lennard. Whilenrfit
would be able S45 930 to Pahokee Mr. Leonard stopped
895. They shipped where they:
P-CP shipped Dept.'s Sol ConservationService own age I
995 mixed cars and P-CP shipped 'I I and individuals interestedin to make their own beds! to do their, Cabbape :235 4"O I at a West Palm Brach hospital.

439 cars of thinking. and live as a citizen Carrots *> 3 ar.d made the first diploma prcmentation
201. They shipped the: problem.Revival own I
I Celery *95 .1M \ to 1.f1fnr an. a member -
22.: world.
escarole and P-CP shipped In a boys ;
Then there were hundreds of other : ... Mr Pt'rton stated that facilities (%n'ary 0 2" I fit the graduating class who I II is

cars of stuff from the Bell at camp had been greatly improved CbihlIi'n 27 rwupratmc from serious" injuries -
of the lak' Collards If. : suffered in a recent car accident -
Glade section which pave them a Came To by the cleaning
h.a- II 29KntJive and was unable to attend Hi''ommeneement
total far and above what this area .-.f hyacinths affording: better Corn

shipped. i .n
Close Wednesday I sanitary measures had been tak ij 1-: JPlant: 5 2 Graduates receiving ''tiplama

I'm anxiously awaiting time for j t<' make camp a healthy p?t for Esrarok" 22 439.ettucc : were" t'hvlli IVlk. Ruth CorhranLawrence
10 rv, .-!l. Thomas Dirfc.
had N">nsprayed nn
installation of the Southern BlKXTKXDKO J h..ys. the entire area
: service. That yo'know TV. try :\.IJ! ne at the Canal I with DDT for flies' and Mx\ : Veg 201 f14'. !IOn. Hnrrv Frwnd. Aprils Orsydnn.

Point Baptist (.*.trca1" t.> a 'o..k and Peas John Hatt&n. Ona Humphries. Kd
u.. the plan whereby Paho- nH\.* uit\" that a goat
close Wednesday mcht: after ten the: Peppers 0 19rat.T ra Kautz. rv,nnw Mmhall. PTjry -
kee-Canal Point subscribers pay anextra Peen secured i to satisfy app"ttes
Z Private Lin rtavs of successful operation.Nightly of the 12O campers:; r >* :... 74 :4-.t'rg Irvm Maloy. BillY
$ charge (
unlimited : semens were preached t\vH to attend: uh: uPrkVnnIli Ha.i-he! el -I* Haw! Charles .""'.kf''. J E.Spo .
Phones and pet an <" <.f the ..
v J'n trtnepastor --- -- Rnrr.air.e 0 19 .nr.. Dav.'l Thomas. -
number of calls to Belle Gl.v1subsvnNrs. -'
Sr'Uth Kr..vIT.. n1 Bart t MUVTJKK.VIX 1 0 s .n. Cecil Williams. Dorothy Thai
And vice ,'..r"'l.That' : ; \\ n.1. < iu Squash
Lurch: Rev L..VS Fr.nk. tast. r : \i. IN: I' PXLATKXt t sin. Vivian (",mbii. IV"inv Council. -
Iv added secvie
to an
pomp !:.t' DeTfid! Btdch B.iptst e .tr'h t C A M"b.rp will leave :2294 .5+6 Bill Eam.: Wilbur O 'i&er.Lvr.n .
and will do lot toward eementir.g -
relations a between thetwo 1 It.l I the sir-cinc:: Rev. Don hrs. !I M-->ndav fr I'aJaka01' h- \\",'1I. ------ Horn.*. Ed IlvwrF3mrr!

communities.Wouldn't pate 'if the church. reports that I. <-r.-J--t revival services ;n th* Mr and Mrs N'.rman Rf'nnl'ftY Justir' Janie Latham Raquel

The meeting was a iec;ded success Lemon Height Hlptist Church and children left Saturday for Dan- Mindlin. Ixns Morgan. Ann OCon-

ccnctlidated Rv W. F CKUy is the pastor vill. N" Y.. where they have purchaMsi n..>H. Milton Salvator Betty A 3Sears.

a supor-duper I will b* conducted averv'wrF a borne ar.d plan to far ia Krar.k Tillta. Hugh WatMn.Miry .
the Services
high school located half uay mare: advantage youngsterswould I .
\ at 2'30 for flft..9\ the future through th* >warnermonths. Ruth .Vilaoo and Ratty -
between Pa&cke and IMle Glad* tare if such aa und..raktnmatt'rilillud daily:
be a swt-11 idea Think of the ? minutes.



Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, May 30 1947

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing members Earl Carroll. In case you I I Miss Ada E. Hall, who has been; Mrs. Laverne Myers was able to

don't. Earl was quite a producer':the guest here of her brotherinlaw return home Sunday from Good
an dsister. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. I Samaritan Hospital in West Palm
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region of musicals along Broadway right
Established 1924 Published Every Friday after the last world war. and dur- I Graham. will leave tomorrow for Beach whore she was a patient
West Palm Beach where s till last week.
Subscription Price 82.00 Year Advance ing the time the world was getting; visit her brother and sister-in-lav.
a little more "modern", dresses ----
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hill before -
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn were getting shorter and "gag )'Irs.lfred Tillery returned to
returning to her home in
were coming along a little racier.He ,her
in Leesburg. Ala.. Thurs-
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Philadelphia Pa.. on June 15.
was mixed in a scandal when a day after a two woks visit with

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher party of big boys was raided ---- her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
where a young lady was discovered J. Weekly is a patient at the Robert B. Mackey.: She was accompanied -

Money In Meat taking a bath in very much Everglades Memorial Hospital this to Leesburg by her

"un-dress" in wine. Earl went to week. cousin, Bobby Mackey.
This is meat-eating country. American farmer
a received prison and when he returned to

more than one-fourth of their total income from the civil life tried to re-establish himself ,

sale of meat products. Poultry products accounted for about but his era was over and he - .- -

11 percent more, and dairy products for about 15 percent. never came back.

Less than half their income came from tobacco, cotton, The double feature for Thurs

fruits and vegetables, feed and grains, and miscellaneouscrops. day-Friday looks very good wit.1!

The wise farmer is the one who raises chickens, hogs, "Deadline for Murder" first up RESULTSThat's

and keeps a few cows, no matter where his chief interest headed by Sheila Ryan, Paul Kelly,
Kent Taylor and Jerome Cowan.It .
may lie.-Sanford Herald.
is a underworld story with

plenty of thrills and fast paced what you want from any investment -
Kith And Kin action. I'm sure you'll enjoy every

Then there was the young man who called on his best girl moment of it."Northwest. Profitable production of

and together they talked on their kith and kin . Trail", with John ,

He said, "May I kith you?" Lytell. Bob Stelle and Joan Woodbury this- Poultry, Dairy and Hog products and
is the second one up on
She said, "You kin.-Stuart News.
It is story of the
bill. a great
---------------------------------------- Chicks raised
Northwest and is filled with mary to maturity.
the picture shooting it out in an hair-raising experiences that will

Cinematic ChatterBy exciting climax. keep you on the edge of your seat

Malcolm Millar Yes, it is truly a great story, all evening. Labor costs are the same whetheryou

v written by the man who gave us Saturday continues with the
double features. First is "Col-
The screen offering at the Prince "Little Caesar" and "High Sierra", orado Serenade" with Eddie Dean use a good feed or a poor one, ;
it is with all of the I
produced artistry -
Theatre this coming SundayMonday and Roscoe Ates in the starring I
Jean Negulesco, the director This is well written but there is a big difference in re- :
can truly be called "hard boiled position.
had at his command.A .
and I'm sure it will
Western story .
drama, for every inch of this double feature is slated for
furnish you with all the Saturday
exciting picture is filled with har the Tuesday-Wednesday run. Firs
will want.
thrills you
raising drama. The story. . "No up is "The Devil's Mask" with
Second up is "Tell it to a Star" sults.Eschleman's
Anita Louise and Jim Bannon I
body Lives Forever." with Robert Livingston and Ruth .
I starred an dMrchael Duane and Feeds
John Garfield and Geraldine I Terry in the leads. This one cetainly --
Mona Barrie in the principal featured -
I is a pretty romatic comedywith
Fitzgerald are the stars of the spots. Loaded with action,
I Miss Tern singing her sons
piece and featured are \ValteBrennan. with a story that is different and I'
them and
onlshe sing
as can
Faye Emmerson, George many thrilling angles, this picture many 'other lovely musical numbers. -I are quality feeds, and we have one exactly -
Coulouris and George Tobias, withan should be an absorbing story. <

additional cast of hundreds, For the second feature comes Mai. suited to needs.
See you at the movies your
many of whom are well known "Earl Carroll's Sketchbook" with!

Hollywood players.The Constance Moore and William .--

story deals with a recently Marshall in the starring roles a Lutz Connell
discharged veteran who attemptsto bevy of Hollywood cuties for the

re-establish himself among the chorines, many clever song awl connPll.1
rackets as a "biggie." During this dance numbers and sharp comedy Miss Miriam Theresa

period on re-establishment he fallsin that brand it as one of the nicest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .

love with the heart interest of musicals we have screened for i,I Connell of Pahokee. will becomethe KILGORE SEED CO.
Wallace K. Lutz. son
this picture and the thing leads to some time. j
a feud, with the two "biggies" of Most everyone of this age re- j\ of Mr. and Mrs. E. Charles Lutz
of Belle Glade, at a double ring
ceremony to be held at the homeof

I the bride's parents this Friday

i i evening at S o'clock. The vows Pahokee Fla Phone 3201 .
will be read by Rev. Carl A. Mo-

I berg, pastor of the First Baptist .
CcYN Church in the presence of relativf-i I' ,
( and friends as the couple stand be- I _: ..1

.....r.e1 neath a bridal arch interlaced with
\. --- ,
fern and white blossoms with a
bank of potted palms in the back -
r Ir The bride will wear a street dress:
I of pastel blue crepe with white accessories -
and a flowered hat with will find articles in stock
circular veil. Her you
I sweep corsag

, I will be of white gardenias.Mrs. \\"hichaOe are offeringyou at a big reduction -

I Sam \\'il1iamill be ma-
I I I tron of honor and Charles Edward in price, namelyOneThird. . .
! .c e
i ii Lutz. brother of the bridegroom,

i I will bo best man. OffGood

: I Following the ceremony a reception -
I will bo held with Mrs. Davil

I i t'nwin and Mrs. Kenneth Lutz assisting only for the next two weeks.In '
I I Mrs. Joel H. Connell '

I I ;I I hostess. these samples of our merchandise
I The bride is a graduate of Pa-
: ; hokeo High School, das of 1944. :you will find

? Lr21/fOIfll and before her marriage was employed -

as secretary in the office of ELECTRIC & BATTERY RADIOS

Thadd Whidden. local attorney.Mr. .
Lutz graduated from Bel'eGlade
is more than a mere parchment. It is the
High School l in 1945 and ELECTRIC
key to your future, as well as a badge of following graduation joined the U.

S :Navy in which he served for l.months .. TOASTERS FLASHLIGHTS
; merit testifying to long hard years of with overseas duty in the

I : onscientious study and devotion to duty. South Pacific and Japan. IRONS BABY STROLLERS

I After a brief wedding trip the
: We compliment every one of you with couple will make their home in Miami FRYING PANS BON-BON DISHES

the hope that the coming years will bring where Mr Lutz is attending ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPHS
the University of Miami.:

ample rewards. ---- The Every Handy Electric


Fellowship Hall BOARDS BROOMS:

A +'< .a: nun-tins1 of the Pahok

-- -i'a; '- I! I "ir.t Mir.-.stenal A"so- i

IT.A: is held :n the Ft>!1l'w.! i Remember} that we are! headquarter-,

-:..:. H.I l! ..f t..e First Bapti-t
". for! IIuiMinjr! ? ;a! .d l Farm, ilipieallfi!
< .r r. M-T- hy witH t tr

Mr. & Mrs. R. B.MACKEYP.1loKFE :. toO r< ..f the Baptist \\' n. a (General; Line! : "f I Hardware.

> rvj: \ chicken dinner at noo*: ;

T" .*' I-ndnp were Rev an 1

:. FLA. MTf A Mr u>rjr. Rev and Mr'

J M rr."ham Krv and Mr \\' IIETZX.IISTRE

T Bla.r: and Rev and Mrs. non

p_.T: Rev. John Courtney andl.v
f Lws Fnr.k. Who hAt" n '

,..rd-n tr.g: a 10-vJay revival at the MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE. FLA.Page .

<'an! P >T.t Baptist: Ciurrh. we- .

3 g :e5L5 '.

May 30, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

Bulb Is I for they are being grown for their which are an earlier variety. The PAHOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH ,I ROYAL AMBASSADORS:

Growing bulbs. demand for both the Georgian and This Sunday the services of the
j Last September 20.000 bulbs the Croft is good they said. First Baptist Church of Pahokeo The Royal Ambassadors of the

Fast Becoming Big were planted in this tract. They Forced blossoming through refrigeration will be conducted in FellowshipHall. First Baptist Church of Pahokee

have survived two floods and one methods is never used Several bids for the old met with their leader. Rev. C. A.

I frost, to produce for the growers on plants grown for bulbs for this building have been received, with Moberg last Friday for a ham
Business In GladesGrowing j' an estimated 250,000 marketable method is said to injure the bulbs. several more expected which burger fry. Because of the rain

bulbs. This is the second consecutiveyear means the property: will soon be the meeting and social hour were:

Easter lilies for The bulbs, which so far have the Alderman brothers have ready for the construction of the ,! conducted on the porch of the pas-
com- 1 been certified by state inspection, grown lilies commercially and new auditorium. At the eleven torium. Sixteen boys were in at-
mercial purposes is a new and have already been sold, and will I the eighth year for Elam, who has o'clock hour, the pastor Rev. C. A. J tendance and gave a new interpretation -

profitable industry for this sec- I be harvested in July.CULTIVATION been experimenting with the cultivation Moberg will preach on. "The Dayof of R. A.. "ravenous ap

tion of the Everglades. The Pa- of lilies, according -. of lilies for the past 10 Pentecost. The Ladies Quar- I petites." This Friday at four, the
A in this field, he session will be conducted in the
hokee-Canal Point area boasts one to the growers, is a tedious years. pioneer tet will sing. At the night service -
predicts the growing of lilies on the second of the series of Junior Department of the new
undertaking, as it has to be donealmost
of the largest acreages in the state I IlOaue (
a small scale will become of building.
one chart messages, "The Past, Present -
entirely by hand labor. Following -
tract planted and grown the of the i _ .
i the plantings in the fall, crops Everglades. and Future of Satan. will b'
by L. G. Alderman and his brother : Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. and
I the fields must be kept free cf - preached. The Sunday School will Major
Joe Alderman, of Pahokee an-1 Tweeds[I for it takes from 30 to 45 convene a t9:45. under the leadership son. Jack leave this week to spend
Bruce Elam of Canal Point. ( of the the in Greenville, S. C.
days for lily bulb to sprout ant Suggests Wider Assistant Superintendent summer
The plants, now in full bloom, II push through the soil. J. Lawrence Jaudon. Mrs. \\-. They are accompanied by Mrs.
are estimated to have producedtwo Use Of School Buses M. DuBose will present anotherof Major's mother. :Mrs. G. H. Long.of .
Plants have to be sprayed on an
million blossoms, with the her splendid Training Union assembly Greenwood S. C., who has been
average,of twice weekly to destroythe
highest count on any one plant I pests that attack them. Aphids Use of school buses for special programs at seven o'clock ,! their guest here this season.
23 lilies. The plants average 36 I
and the disease they carry are the events by agencies of the county
inches in height. j'
But the splendor and fragrance greatest hazard to lily growers in government was suggested to th-.'
of these lilies will not be shared I j:. this section. County Commission by Glades !
Fertilizer with a high: potash
with the outside world. They will Paul Rardin Mon
be allowed to dry up in the field, 'i ccntent is used for the growth of day.Rardin Western Auto Resumes Annual i
II II the plants. While lilies are growl said he intended to se.-
I ii
I[ for bulbs, the flowers are left on if more use could not be made of j

i the plants, for plucking the blossoms the school system's machines, in Contest
CHIROPRACTORWEST will stunt the bulbs. By July the transportation of athletic Big Bass

the: plants are practically dried up I teams bands, etc., "like they do in
PALM BEACH I and for harvest. The bul'>3 "
MON., WED. and FRI. Ieady i I the other counties.
BELLE GLADE are then dug, the stems twisteJ The commissioner said the school
TUES.. THURS. and SAT I off and the bulbs graded accordingto buses should be used to take the After a five year lapse' due to the war. Western Auto Sup-
I ply Company of Missouri is again sponsoring! its wellknownand
DR. L. S. JONESSuite size before being placed on the 4-H Club Girls to their summer
popular Big Bass Contest. This year the contest is bigger -
301-02 Comeau Bldg. market. camp and the short course at Tal- than ever before. Prizes totaling $10.657.50 in list value
Phone 3650 Wt Palm Beach FIa.CHILLS I
Only the large bulbs are sold.
lahassee. The commission d'cidelto will be awarded the winning contestants throughout the
the smaller ones being stored for turn over the remainder of th' country. This!" contest which has proved so popular in th;
'. r I next year's plantings.! Some of ('ounty'sIII Club appropriationfor past is limited to fresh water large and small mouth bass
the small] bulbs will also be sOld the boys' and girls' summe" taken from waters open to the general public. It is open to
ft FEVER to garden growers for plantings.The programs. all men women, boys and girls in the thirty-five states in
which Western Auto Store or Western Auto Associate .,
Florida lily is> the"arit'ty
"It would ave some ail
DUE TO MALARIA money Store is located.To .
most commonly grown for commercial right" County agE'ntI.. U. Mounts

RELIEVED///* purposes in this section declared.
but the! Aldermans and Elam arttxpuimt"nting I In the past, use of the buses make the contest as fair as possible and eliminate: any
BY with the Georgian disadvantages one state would have over another in such
found to be be-
I I was impracticable wide-spread contest Western Auto gives a separate set ot i
anti Croft, potted plant
Caution Uvenlrvdiracwd cause additional insurance had to
.arit-tieJO'1 awards in each of thirty-five states. In this way the fit
be purchased Commissioner A. A. caught in any state are competing only with other fisn
Poston said. caught in the same state, giving all contestants an equal I
.... .>.A..A..A..>.A..A..A..A..a c..c.A..>c.a..a.c.. .A..A..A..A 1t..A r..Ar This should not be an obstaclenow chance at winning one of the valuable prizes. Past rec-
t. r r r r r 1t 1t 1t 1t 1t 1t r r Y :
," Rardin said, mentioning the ords show that bass weighing as little as I1? pounds hav

:Jt. CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS };> short-term trip coverage now taken first prize in some states. 1 1t

., THE CAMERA CENTER ,:! available.Mounts said the type of insurance First prize winner in each of the thirty-five states this t

*3* is now equipped with a repair department. All work .:! would cover the trip of the year will receive a big six horsepower Wizard Outboarrt I'

*V will be promptly done by experts familiar with all .A.y county 4-H Club boys to the summer Motor with a list value of $159.50. Second prizt'ill be a
Heddon rod and Coxe reel with a list value of $75.00; third I
J makes of domestic and foreign cameras. ts The is- going Lj
camp. group i
prize a rod and reel with a list value of $40.00: fourth prize
; OFFICE EQUIPMENT a a trailer truck, he said. will be assorted tackle valued at $20.00 and fifth prize as- I

: : -- -. sorted tackle valued at $10.00.

4, 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone S883 s. Miss Unwin Guest
This contest is free and open to all. There are no obliga-
.} WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. .:! At Party And Shower tions or purchases necessary. Free entry blanks with complete :

A _" .._ _,,_ _" a .. & a ..". instructions are available at all Western Auto Storesor
.. .. .. ..
f yit r tai+lt + r
-. YYT. . I' Western Auto Associate Stores. Official opening date of
The Young'oman's Auxiliaryof
the Contest is May 15 (subject to local or state laws)J.
the Pahokee First Baptist Entries are eligible from May 15 until September 30, when
Church entertained in the Fellow- i the contest closes. All entries must be sworn to before a .
ship Hall on Thursday night of last notary public or verified by Western Auto Store Manageror
week with a party and miscellaneous \\'{' Auto Associate Store owner.

SPECIALIZING IN party honoring :Miss Betty

Unwin, bride-elect, whoso marri-

place in June. t : I

Miss Vivian Combs and Mrs. C. I. :M. LAIR ASSOCIATE
A. Moberg sang, accompanied at
ACCESSORIESAUTO the piano by Miss Peggy Moberg. PHONE 2831 STORE

Soft music was played througont
PAINTING D the affair by Mrs. Myers Fountain, Pahokee, Florida

pianist.: Hostesses! 'wert Mrs. J. I : I
\\'. Wood. Mrs. O. O. Gilbert and' j
Bennet Bros. Service StationBox Mrs. C. L. Shirley. Refreshment I -

were served to 60. - .
Box 245 Phone 579 Belle Glade Road QI . I If
S --
Mrs. L.V.. Armstrong Mrs. i i
Jack Phillips and Mrs. Pauline I When School) Is Out

Rice were visitors in L"lkf''orth !

and West Palm Beach Tuesday..I

They were accompanied back to I IT'S TIME FOR

I Pahokee by Mrs. Cora Spence of I
Lake Worth who is a gust of the
I Vitamin "D"Homogenized
1 Armstrongs, this week. !
1I 1I I II

I I I I II I Milk"Hey.

I .
I :

A Servant of the Glades mom. \vhutcha got to eat!"

Hungry kids are healthy kids.:

I Hones:; need strengthening.
To Miami
i Buses :Muscles develop.
To We

Daily tt MVIT> & lakeland It's Alfar.1 Id'al.ith! a :sandwich or

tu..u..111st: -l1P('}' with a l o\vl. of cereal.

Glades Motor Lines Inc.ElV1Nt. It'll h"M! 1 Ym t :: ! , ail 1't'

-, THE ,-;LAPEuI


n.1\ m.n'>

Ial'hmt'r Stock: Uand
Repair : \ icerhon

I 11JH PH" f""F'I.'IFriday I -.

fIHU'tn". llORIPt
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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. May SO. 1917

Pointing to the success of thMarianna ?
This Sunday's lesson "Religious I Thin The Vegetable Garden Row r State Farmers Marketin

Reforms in Judah" which will be the sale of blackberries. State
taught by the teacher of the Paho- Market Director William L. Wilson -

kee Men's Bible Class should prove ; urges consideration:; of th->

most provocative in thought. Are I domestic cultivation of blackberries -
all religions of the same design? which
can success
Mr. adIn,. Emory Sear ,>: grown
Does it matter what one believes"How I
fully throughout the state.
Canal! Point announce the birth ofa
Bibles are there? Issincerity
many daughter. \-a'kle13 ri, at th.
,, enough? Are all headedfor K.m
Everglades Memorial
Hospital on
? Are Hitler
the same place
May ;2'>.
and Peter enjoying each other'company' *
? What about life after Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olman Martin DR. C. E. CREEL
of Pahokee announce the birth cfda'isjhtcr. :
dt>ath'' are the unrepentant PAIIOKEK
Linda Suzanne: at th"
adulterers: going to spend
EVt'rgladesh'morial Hospital on BEGINNING JUNE i
eternity? Wnat about the drunk
May 23. TIIIUUT.II SKIT.: 30.''hat about )'ou'? The Class
Mr. and Mrs. \\". J. Adams of
Quartet will sing. A most cordial Pahokee announce the birth of a Office Hours
invitation is extended to all un- : I
% daughter Mary Lea at the Eve-
affiliated men and visitors. Th.- 8 a. m. to 1: Noon Only
3 lad..s1t'moriat Hospital on
class meets at 9:15 in Fellowshio a Ez vA'g ;
y & xas :
May 22.: C'I.O.I.J DAY ON
Hall Bacom Point Road.
on _
Mr and Mrs. Dorsey L. Morr* Wednesday & Sunday
of Belle Glade announce the birthof

a s."n. James Stephens. at th" EXCEPT EMERGENCIESi:

<+ Everglades Memorial Hospital on

Prince TheatrePahokee May 22. ---

Completion by PullmanStandard ..
.. ,-
I of the new "City of New Or-: .r .. "f , -- .... ? ft : _: __ C'> .1. -.........:'..-. "-7 -aIf
Florida for'the Illinois
Kt .. ta Central leans" dayliner makes it possible for the j AIN'T "fa' MIDNIGHT OtL ]I

Week Of June 1st first time in railroad history to YOu BURN -t\4AT GEtS VAHtAD .

I cover the 921 miles between Chi- INTHIS OC WORLD

cago and New Orleans in the sanv rrb HOW vouteeOur APPL't.tJYE.R

day -oME

I Uranium the fissionable ingredj j WHILE I'HAToIL'S

Sun.llon.c1 I ient of atomic bombs was a pre- I >3us1. l ,

war ingredient of glass, it has Ixen''j \N: 1'\-441'

# kr; learned. It was in use in the LibbeyOwensFord j
......&._rriaw .., b 0 I! Glass Company '
N d.otnmt ew
to achieve an ivory color in structural -

GERUDINEFITZGERALD/ !! L5eM1 ;, glass. i ii j


.. i I
w. '.na.u w h. .nW

"NQ V l V fQref ffIlOM V : Dr. R. Y. Creech, Jr. I;; .

WARNER.S c .".'e M'
WALTER -" ravE : Optometrist I II j complete automotive repairs -

BRENNANEMERSONCEORaODULOURGEORGETOBlAS. Photo Courtesy Perry-Morse Seed Co. I I plus regularity in your

It is next to impossible to sow vegetable seed thinly enough so that : PHONE 371 I car's check-ups will add thous-

lMAMO w .-. .......M w'IM the young plants do not crowd each other in the row when they come up. ands of miles in good service.
1IaUUSCO' awn cwDU This is particularly true when the seeds are very smalL I II Count on the LAKE SHOHK

Carrot seedlings, for example, should be thinned to stand about an inch X eEIsberl' MOTOR COMPANY for expert

apart when two to three inches taLL Otherwise the roots cannot developas Building I! work. Call today. and take advantage
Tues.Wed. should. Radishes 'III --
they are oi I of our quality friendly!
better shape, too, if the plants are i leaving the inner ones to grow. If
thinned to stand about an inch apart you like to use each lettuce plant Belle Glade, Florida : service.

while still tiny seedlings. Green intact, thin to about two inches

onions can be thinned by pulling apart when smalL Then, as they Mail in repairsor

and using the extra spears for the become large enough to use pull up LAKE SHOREMOTOR
table when they come up too thickly. alternate plants and leave the othersto

Beet seed should be planted at grow. CO.

least 1to 2 inches apart for each Bush beans should be planted two replacements -
K C. F.& A
little pellet usually contains two to four inches apart and just enough 1 _
to four seeds. When the plants are seedlings removed from the row so

four to five inches tall every other I that the remaining ones are four to I.
one can be pulled for If five inches Beans - - - - -
QEIEft'i greens. apart. usually -- ---
this is done at intervals while tops produce more abundantly when the
air a Itllil III! and roots are small space will plants do not crowd each other. i PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ.

LOWttBANNONJlUANEBARRIEALSO gradually be left for some of the Turnips usually do better and

roots to reach good size. grow more rapidly to table size if

Sowing leaf lettuce seed sparsely given three or four inches in whichto : W. RASHLEY

helps to avoid the extra work of spread. It is important that I JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.
later thinning. Even when the stand turnips grow to eating size quicklyto i

"Errol Carrol'sSketchbok" it fairly thick, instead of thinningthe avoid being tough and fibrous.Of I
plants some home gardeners pre- course the thinnings make deli- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

fer to cut the larger outer leaves cious green when young and tender. __

Constance Ioon'illiam

Marshall Fate Of EDD Up To I Intermediates Have "

Beach Party-Picnic
i Fine Clothes For I
The State Senate HERBERT'S
Thurs.Fri.. j The Intermediate girls of the
;Len and Women
I First Baptist Sunday school weroj I

"Deadline For TALLAIfASgE.What, hope i j entertained at a beach party andpll'nll' TAILORED TO MEASUREHave .r.::
Mrs. L. M
j given by
that may remain for sa'ingth'! Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored I II
: ,
i Mullis. hostess on the government
Murder"Paul Everglades drainage district board | d i k e Tuesday afternoon. Boat I By Man's Tailor I!
from bt"ingdis; olv'tt rests in the II
j rides on the lake were enjoyed by I
senate today after the action of the I
i the guests Mrs. Mullis was assisted 11
house Wednesday in passing by a !
J by her son. J. W. Mullis. also ;
Sheila Ryan 47 to 35 vote the bill that abolishesthe
by Mrs"W.. A. Keen and Mrs. C. i !
-ALSO- board. I A. Batchelor. 876 PAHOKEE : l
Before it can reach the senatefloor
it must get the approval of I Those attending were Johanr'nMcKintry. 1rtC'ntln'7m7rrrlr'i'T'fitJrr': : m"m"j ..
Batchelor. Barbara -
Patsy I .
the drainage!, committee there ,g..n.Jhn . Wilkinson.' Clara Baxter. j
Boacham of West Palm
i Vera Keen. B ltJo. Barwick r -,
Beach heads this .
bi group.11'hde Christine Unwin. Patsy Jt nSPf'.
all-out effort -
promising an
Elizabeth Clardy and Joan :Sher-
to lieat the bill in hi* conrmttee pard. I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof

he would make no fore ---

casts.liep. all sizes: and varieties: for
Elbert Stewart.: Clewiston :Mrs. York Speaks
( your
banker, opposed the bill by charging -! To Jernitfan Circlet

DOUBLE FEATURESaturday that with control in Tallahas- I

v't. "it might take several days t.p.t : J II Y..rk. g'i.-st sp.--tk.'r

the fl-..xl gates open ,tft.-: .- t. i ':.lK; ..- "Th- J.-w .n Pa-s! as you like it. We are organized: and equipped to doa
and then it would bo thf O-
heavy rains tine" at a meeting .if T
thorough job from plan* to completion of planting.As .
t t Kite .U-ir.-gi-! < .r ;; \ Frt Bart: :
Colorado Serenade -.- *
WMt at .1 ni.-etr.g ::: Th- Ftv: -

ATTKM: > -KMIil.V ship Hall Tuesday r.igr.l alway*. gnu are

Eddie iK'nn. I'o.coe: : Ate Young P,-rope! .->f the Pahokee Fallowing a beef h
-.\1'0-; First! Baptist Church who will *' with the president Mrs W.lev.1.1'11111.

1..3Thu:< ii.\ to attend the annual . presiding. r*fres'imen"were
y I I :fur..LKII;>: IIOO Southern 1J..l. lvar4K.iit. No 25 at
"Tell It To A Star"Kolxrt Baptist Assembly at Stetson ..*rved by Mrs Willie K. n-.p
City Limits I. Went Palm Ikal'c. Florida
Vniversitv jr. rVLar.d includeKrar.k :: and Mrs. .\. C. h.icte ses

Livingston. Ruth Gills Lelar. Shirley: and It was announced that the Oa '.'
Terry James They will N> ac- : J 'rr.iran Circle will meet jnir.t-: :

companied by Mrs R-tlph Grin *.* with the Lottie M,'(): C.r.lro.;.- i

- -- and Mrs. James W Wood. June 9.
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:May 30, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Five

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State Attorney In Utility Bill Sent BLAH TALKS TO LIONS | Legion PostponesPost ; the postponement it was explainedat

the meeting. The street" dance
To The Governor
Rev. William T. Blair pastor of ActivitiesMembers

Interesting RoleThe the Canal Point :Methodist Church, and drawing will be held a* soon

The State Senate passed andsent was guest speaker at the Tuesday of the Canal Point as the dented fender is replacedwith

to the luncheon meeting of the Pahokee i' a new one. according to Post
governor Tuesday the Legion Post 242 at a special meeting -
; job of investigating chargesof Lions Club. The subject of his 242 officials.
house-approved" measure providingfor called
by Commander Roy: ----
talk "Memorial
bribery in the state legislature:: compulsory arbitration of was Day. !
pulie Special luncheon guests were Pope :Monday night voted to postpone ''ATTEND n.VNI MEET:
is a nv milestone in the career utility labor disputes and setting I
members of th ecast of the benefit indefinitely the street dance j i -
of State Phil : stiff penalties for strikes and I
39-year-old Attorney I, lockouts. play. "Cornza Poppin. which was and car drawing which would have ,;; Bandmaster Robert O. Lamp::.

O'Connt-11 of Vest Palm Beach. The bill provides presented by the Lions on Thurs- marked the close of their current :;;: accompanied by Lee Jeffers.: attended -
His 15 years as a public official a conciliator by the day and Friday nights of last 'fund-raising campaign Saturday .., a Florida Bandmasters A..

--with four years out for service governorin week. night I II !Isociating I meeting in Tampa over
case of public utility labor argu- .
in World War II started with a - I A slight accident in which the ,, the weekend. FBA activities fo'
ment. If the conciliator is unab"! '
bang.Th :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer and: new :Mercurysedan, feature at- ;; next year were discussed at the
to settle" the dispute a board of
-n only 2.:* years old. O'Connellwas children visited friends in Okee- traction of the campaign, receive meeting. Mr. Lampi is secretary
arbitration will be selected on-1
elected in 1932 as municipal chobee Sunday a dented fender was the cause of ,, treasurer of FBA.
member chosen by labor anothe I
judge of West Palm Beach. A city
named by management" and the
ordinnnce had to be changed so

he could take office. The ordinancp.1 third designated" by the governor. laaaaaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaa 7 7 (
Findings of the arbitration board J0(70JUJUa
had mad n<> provision
will bo binding;: on all participantsin
The youthful judge was
so young.
a labor dispute. Fines up to
reflected in 1931.
SI 0.000 a day are provided for
From 11'37 to 1939 he served as Do
strikes and lockouts.Duponts IT'S HERE
assistant state attorney for the judicial -
I -- ---- o
circuit including West Palm

Beach his home town since he was! To FightFECACL 3 NOW

18 years old.O'Conncll D

was born in Macon '
Ga., and was graduated from high MergerJACKSONVILLE tJ

to West
school there. After moving

Palm Beach in 1925 with his par- i j 0
Ed Ball. Du-
tints two brothers and a sister, he .
Pont estate" trustee. Tuesdaysaid
entered the University of Floridaat
the" May 20 Interstate Commerce 3

Gainesville. Commission ruling that the At- INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
By boxing he earned his way ;
lantic Coast Line take over the
through a five-year course at the
Florida East Coast railroad would.if .
university, leading to his law degree. 3
effected. result in "grave disservice -
O'Connell captained the university -
to the shipping public" and
boxing team that won the
that "every legitimate .step" would 0ID
Southern Conference championship
be taken to reverse it.
in 1930. He personallywon the'conference
At the time of the ruling. Ball FREEZERI
boxing championship
said he would have no comment
in both the lightweight and featherweight -
until he had studied the pro('(>
classes. ings. ed-I!

After serving as head boxing:
Tuesday he said dii Pont trustees
coach during his fifth year at theuniversity 3
and the St. Joe Paper Co. ha.imatlt'
O'Connell won considerable -
I large investments in FEC
fame as; a pusnilist. He gave
bonds to aid in dt''eloping'ariou3
professional fighting when he
up Florida communities and assure
opened law offices in'E'lt Pal-n llFullCubicFeet
'continued operation of the FECHe
Beach in June 1931, but has remained a

O'Oonnell's active apprenticeship in athletic assistant '- ': The went recent on:decision of the ICO o Installed In Your 5350 o

speaking through a minority its
state attorney, 1937-39. led ,
members, over the protest of thf'oven'helming
to his election as full-fledged state 3j Home Or Store
I majority of the.. tJDon't
attorney. That"_ the office he
.no on creditors, as well as citizens and 1 I II
held since, except from 1942 to !!
'i communities affected, orders th..1 10
1946 when he took military leave
transfer of the Florida East Coast
of absence to serve in the Army. 3
I) railway to the Atlantic Coast Line.
Entering as a first lieutenantIn
(Based on reasons of record before Here and ready for
the Air Forces O'Connell served : delay. supply
| that commission, this decision, if
18 months in the European i
made (effective will result in gravdissen'ice 3 your inspection. Biff t
theatre at headquarters :! visitour
supreme not unlimited
to the shippingpubl f: .
posts. lie received the Bronze roomy 11-cubic-foot D
and to the communities along the
Star the French Croix de Guerre
railroad a. well as in irreparable' showroom today! capacity. Freezes and
and two battle stars. He was discharged -
injustice to the employes and
Jan. 25 1946. with the
bondholders of the company. I E stores 383 pounds of D
rank of lieutenant colonel.
"We do not accept the decisionof
Besides serving as state attorneyand delicious food. Don't D
the commission as final and will
maintaining his law offices at
3 DE
take every possible legitimate stepto
Wait . supply is not
West Palm Beach O'Connell takesan
secure its reversal and rescis E L
active role in political, civic

and athletic affairs. sion. t 3 unlimited. D

"It is unnecessary for me to Yes here and for
. ready your
He was one of the organizers of 0 i J
reiterate that the St. Joe Paper ,

the Young Democratic Clubs of I Co., as the holder of a majority of 0 inspection . a big roomy 11- I I iJ;
America and helped write its con
the first and refunding mortgage ,
stitution. lies president of the cubic-foot beauty that freeze
bonds, will now or at any other I
Palm Beach County Tuberculosisand .
time or under any conditions voluntarily 0 I
Health association, chairmanof and stores up to 383 punds of D
accept the plan of reorganization -
the council for
county advisory
proposed by the ICC in delicious food. Does it conveniently i
the Salvation Army. and an honorary :
j its order dated May 20 1947. I
member of the Order of Ahepa. i in
economically . right ;
As an American Legionnaire 1 I COUNTY EE-;; JURYj 3 InternsFROSTLOh

he's a member of the Lt> ion's boxing I1 your own home. "The
committee. He's also a member j
I (' county commission Mondav Food FREEZ-AREA
tional Harvester of
3 System
of the Palm Beach High School 1 :
asked the legislature either to pass;
Athletic council and a state director -
I a statewid.act providing for Preservation" assures you >
I conACUSE:1I.
of the Orange Bowl com- .a ; i J
county jury or a
mittee. I I stant reserve of fresh vitamin- i J
I special "population" act giving ,
He is a past exalted ruler of the TIGHT-' AD

Elks* lodge here a past grand I select this county .such a commission to 0 rich vegetable*, fruit and meat ;

knight of the Knights of Colum- II jurors.It 0 and 12 other big features!
director of also acted" to try to get Palm in season and out. DONT WAIT :
bus and A past Rota1"and
Beach county eliminated" from a _

the Junior Chamber of Com- bill giving a state commission con- 3 . the supply i is not unlimited

dren.merce.He is married and has three chil- trol of airports. . see this great new freezer 1 I Ia ;


-a. Bowel Cleaning Power 'I'I" l lID

Star Prepares For : Of InnerAidIedicinto: I ""

lIbth Officials VisitAt : One man recently took INNER- !i i J

afterward[' !
a meeting of the PahokeeChapter. behevi-d his busty contained .<*: !

Order of Eastern :::t\r.: In much filthy substance He says his Save Food--Save Time--Save Money

the Masonic Hall on Thursday: stomach, intestines. r" 3

night;: of last week it was: announced i whole system were s.V thormigh'y r

that Mrs Opal Bartow .,' i-lean.ed that hi.- constant headaches -

St. ''burg. worthy grand matron came to an ends several pimply
skin erupt:ns on his f a.e Inc d i
of the OlFI.r tb C.rAndChapter I
'up vernijht. and even the rhe-
will her official "iq itt. saGLADES
pay matic pairs in his knee disappeared -
.> the 1.>.:al chapter onVedne .\t pr --o T.t .*ie is an altogether

d.w. June 2.% \\'hI.'n her visit different: man. feeling fine .r. .>.. .>r>: EQUIPMENT CO.

hero Mr? Kirtnw will b., truest ofhonor way. .

at a covered-dtfth. dinner to INNER-AID contains 12 G.. it

be given by the chapter at the Herbs they cleansb.weLs: iar i
from stotr.a h. act on sl.jpuis"liver :
home of Mrs. Jessie n. rn"I. and kidneys Miserable peo'pie L3 Frank ShaujrhnessvAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Pah ok eo. Fl;[ .

Mr Iva Snyder worthy matron ,
soon feel different al! over S-

and J. V Thomas worthy don't (> ,}n suffering' Get INNER-::
p .
. .1Friday
patron presided a.* the rnt'f'tmg i AID. Sold by; all drug store \ \ \' ,. r r. r", r JI" JI" ,. . ,.

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. May 30, 1947

Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux underwenta Senator A. McArthur, chair- i ness or a general sales tax if

I Map Hunt for Oldest Chevrolet TruckA major operation at Good samari-I man of the Senate Finance and :school and old age pensions are to
tan Hospital in West Taxation Committee, has served I, be taken care of. He propose
Monday.Mr. \notice on the public that it must i 1 legalization of a pari mutuel slot
and Mrs. O. B. McClure choose between new revenues from machine as one method of raising
visited their daughtres the Misses amusements, more taxes on busi- j I needed revenue.

Ruby Jane and Virginia McClure, I
in Coral Gables over the weekend.
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- -- -- --
Harry Brooks Elarbee is ill with .- ,,
pneumonia this week at the homeof I : '
his grandparents Dr. and Mrs.
George Elarbee, in Pahokee. ;H: PEGGY RYAN

r N Nyw - ,, ,

Appeal Board Is 417 Clematis St. W. Palm Beach, Fla. I i

Named By Council ,, :'

i I
t : s A city zoning appeal board was ELEGANT COTTONS-By The Yard I
set the Pahokee Council
up by City I II'

I at a meeting Tuesday night to: . COTTONS for town have stepped right up into i iI'
hear and study cases of protest '
againstthe rules and regulations I' the higher fashion class this season and are included I

prescribed in the new zoning ordi- among the styles of some of the top flight i

nance. Marshall Lair. council pres- designers. .
ident, named O. R. Bleech. Frank t
Rozelle, J. Frank Colson O. R. Our LUCIXA i is so pretty in pastels or town
Bacon and \V. H. May to serve on
black with narrow eyelets to match.
the appeal board for a three-yea" I
period. The city will furnish! a Ii i
stenographer-secretary for the appeal - -- ---
hoard at the times it is in
session.A -
portion of the Friend subdivision \
in colored town was accepted !
for municipal use by the council -

from. J Schroder.Lewis Friend.R. waterworks. superintendent Iii EVERGLADESHOUSE :L LH

was granted a ,
leave of absence so that he canI
I take a short course in modern H OF BEAUTY
A search by the Chevrolet Motor Division and Chevrolet dealers to locate :'waterworks technique at the University I
the oldest Chevrolet truck still in active service in the United States started of Florida Gainesville, II I
May 10 and concludes June 15, with the owner of the oldest vehicle receiving t
a new truck from the Advance-Design line of trucks which Chevrolet will .June 9-14. The city will pay Mr. Due to delay in .,securing school reservations i
soon put on the market. Photo shows J. W. Burke (right), manager, commercial I Schroder's expenses in taking the
and truck department:,and T.C.Mallon.assistant manager,examining !course. are extending our closing date and specials I
posters used by Chevrolet dealers in the search. Trucks must be driven to .. I
Saturday June 7th.
Chevrolet dealerships for official registration. ,. I
Rotary Club Sees Two
Recreationall\lovies $25 Cream Cold Wave uuuuuu $15 I II
Mrs. Homer Clause and grandson !i
PERSONAL ITEMS Jcak Stanley, left Thursday
for a visit with Mr. Clause ;in Pahokee Rotarians enjoyed an I $15 Cream Cold Wave ............ $10
Ocala where he has been workingin unusual Rotary program yesterdaywhen I I
Commencement exercises will beheld the Belle Island celery deal. they saw two recreational !
at 10 o'clock next Mondav movies shown by Steve Hulme of
They will also visit relatives in
for graduations of FSCW at Tal- Lake Worth. Harold Rosenbergwas
Sanford and St. Petersburg before !
lahassee. Miss Louise Sim-, returning home. in charge of the program
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. The Pahokee High School Junior which was screened at the Prime Phone 4292 For Appointment '
Sims of Canal Point will be Theatre. Abe Dobrow and the I
Class is "close of
sponsoring a
among the graduates receiving de I J I Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
school" dance in the Elks Hall this Gold boys (Jerry and Louie) furnished ;
grees. Mr. and Mrs. Sims will at I
the crowd hot
Friday night from 9 p. m. until popcorn i : :
tend.Mrs. Music will be furnished by Robert throughout the screening of the t
Anderson Chastain and I
O. Lampi and his Swing Band.
Mrs. Don Pinson plan to leave today
for Louisville Ky.. to visit -- -- -----.-- - ..- .. ,, -- .
Mrs. Pm.son's' parents. Mrs. Chas-
tain plans to visit the furniture !rrFrr F rFr FFFF. [ r Jm r r iL.. y ifJiJLJJg

markets while away to buy furn-i
tiure for her new home-Cypress !
Lodge at Port Mayaca. They will
be accompanied as far as Knoxville -

",who Tenn.has by been Rev.conducting John Courtney a- Farm Machinery & Supply Co.

revival at the Canal Point Baptist

church.Mr. .
and Mrs. Morris Adams left
Thursday for Glemvood. Ga.. where SUCCESSORS TO

they will visit relatives for a few a

days.Mr.. and Mrs. Dow Geiger were Canal Point Machine Works
Mrs. J. R-
guests of Mr. and
Carter in Gainesville on Wednesday -
and Thursday.
Mrs J. "'. Barrett and Mr. and '
Mrs. Lester Hand attended the
graduation of Miss Billy Hand in
Manufacturers Of
Sarasota this week.
The Pahokee First Methodist 5
WSCS was represented by a large
delegation of members at th. Drainage and Irrigation Pumps and
WSCSone 1f'f'tingin- Belle Glad 3
Wednesday, Included in the" group
C. T. Howes.
attendingere Mr.- II. J. AnJ..r:"n. Mrs Rut Farm Machinery of Any Kind

Carpenter. Mr1 R. J. Schroder, ,
Mrs Jess M Elliott. Mrs DuncanPadgett.
Mrs D. D. Caudill. Mrs IiiJ 3
EmmaVh..t'I.'r.. Mrs J. A. Dulany.Mrs .
M I. Kt't'n.frs.. Rudolph
Faulk. Mrs O H :\lcC"hlrt'ofr.: ...
Joe T.11n,\'ntt\n. :MrL I.
Stiukev and Mr.; 1.'t''k*.
Mrs Hal Strukl.ind turned to IkL
her home In Tltus1U.I.n.t\': :
Tractor Truck & Auto Repair
after spending a week as ti guest |
of Mr and Mr Paul llari :::1 > l
Canal Point
Mr and Mr", Honrv Btrunk L l lrXIKRSlTKKVISKNOrAXrSMIU.KR

and daughter. Betty J,,,'. \\::1i! 1. t\.' 8IbJ: And All Overhaul Work
next ueek for Thonit>va:1' <" >
where they will spe d t*>' S..-i-

m T '.' I : :: :: (: I I & .JOE ((1)01)0)) I'AKKKK 3
Mis.Elizabeth i"arm.i\ ;P n -
-ti a nu von study pr'era.i': i .
nii'ttmg ot the Lot, tit? M".*'i e'rc.: l. I
with Mrs F. G. Gtlli M.,r u.\\' :t.f'rC":1 :-
. She was assisted bMr-
W, G (','c:1o'l1 Itefrt'shnts \\.'!">' -- All Work 4iiaI'aiile4I --
served bthe's" t"> UMr :
and Mrs L K Kill.! 'rrr.: .'.
Bradenti.n are /gxits .'f Mr and
Mrs c* B Starh-g in Pav' k<'" th's
"t"O',1 iPage

Friday, Hay 30 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

Pahokee Methodists !I' church groups will find a cordial Seniors Choose Students Are Hoyle. Eugene Buchanan. Mari
'I welcome. Workers will be appre-
'I' Sapp. Carolyn Scruggs. Mary
Plan Vacation SchoolNext I I ciated. Guests At PartyThe
Geraldine Stokes and :Martha: Hail.
!'I The Men's Bible Class will welcome RankingMembersEach --- --
Sunday at the First Methodist -I another large group Sunday eleven pupils who graduate OUTDOOR PARTY
Church in Pahokee the pastor. I 1 as the teacher. Rev. C. T. Howes' I from the sixth grade at the Canal::
Rev. C. T. Howes, will :, brings the from the
present message year the graduating seniors -
Point Elementary School this weeK An outdoor party and barbecue
a report of the activities of the i I theme: "A Xation at the Cross of Pahokee high school have
I were entertained at beach part; for the Pahokee High School
church for the past year. Short I Road". Last Sunday witnessed certain customs that must be
me-t'l given by their teacher, Mrs. Sue
talks will be given by several one of the largest classes ,since: This year is no different from I Mead, assisted by Mrs. Dorothy Senior Class and the class sponsors -

ers of the church groups leall-I' Mother's Day when we had our those of the past so we are presenting I, Buchanan at the Lake Worth Casino II was given at the city; park
of their groups activity. record group for the year. ThiS herewith a group of extra I Saturday.The Friday night by Mrs. A. E. Morgan. -
communion theme will be "ChristIn fine group of men extends a cordial special honors heaped upon certain
Canal Point sixth gradegraduates Mrs. C. A. Moberg and Mrs.
Us." The evening hour will welcome to wanting a church The honors
I men of the graduates. I
who will be eligible toenroll Albert Fremd. Senior Clan:;s room
feature a song service and ;youth home to come meet with them. were awared their fellow students.
I . in junior high next fall are mothers. Outdoor games were en-
choir led R. O. Lampi. The Ona Hum- I
by Most intelligent: Billy Turbeville. Robert Goodson. joyed. Refreshments were servedto
pastor's sermon subject will" bThe -? t Circle Prepares phries and Bill Elam. Rya Hayes. Ted Stidham, Gordon 24 guests.
' Day Of Small Things. Wittiest: Ann O'Connell ani
The Church announces its Vacation -I For "Clean Up" Day James Latham. --

Church School to start Monday Most talented: Peggy Moberg d.turwrwtY.
June 16th at 9:00 A. M. Members of the SimonsonLairCircle. and Billy RawLs.

Plans are being perfected so that First MethodistVSCS, at Most service to school' : PeggyMoberg ef/-
the following departments will be a meeting at the home of Mrs. 0 and Ed Howell. j ,' From where I sit ...fy Joe Marshf'

cared for: Kindergarten Primary, I B. McClure Monday afternoon Most studious: Ona Humphriesand i
Junior and Intermediates. It is ',voted to sponsor a "clean-up day" Bill Elam. !

expected that this will be on of I I at the church in the near future. Most dignified: Connie Marshalland -! Want to Run
the best schools in the history of the date to be announced. Irvin Maloy.

the church. The children from all Appointed to serve on the Most Conceited: Ann O'Connelland '
I church floral committee for Juns Bill Elam. :, "Collective" Farm?

were Mrs. M. P. Holman Mrs. Joe Most popular: Lois Morgan and

Hatton, Mrs. \V. H. Lair, Mrs. C. Harry Fremd.
T. Howes and Mrs. Ruth Hatton.It Most likely to succeed: Ona: Was reading the other day about We're willing! to work hard but we

NOTICEClosing was announced that the local: Humphries and Bill Elam. :he "collective" farms they have in like to farm the land our own way

WSCS would be represented at the Best dressed: Ruth Cochran and rertain countries.It seems the folks! put our own value on the crops

WSCS zone meeting in Belle Glade Laurence Connell. who run them have plenty of help and relax as we like-if only with

Hours for Wednesday by Mrs. H. J. Anderson Best looking: Betty Sears and . good hours . and the best a temperate, companionable gla(3
Mrs. I. W. Weeks, Mrs. Dun- Billy Rawls. equipment. of beer.
can Padgett Mrs. C. T. Howes, Cutest: Ruth Cochran and Billy
the SummerDR. Sounds pretty nice-till you From where I sit, collective
Mrs. R. J. Schroder. Mrs. O. B. Rawls.
the "farmer" doesn't farming may produce results. But
McClure and others. Most athletic: Ann O'Connelland !earn that
Mrs. Arch Blakey gave a reporton \Vilber Geiger. awn his land or even farm it, in the American way-freedom to

D. S. SPOONER the party which circle gave Best all around: Connie Marshall our sense.He takes orders from thestate work and relax as we see fit-is

recently for Pahokee High School and Harry Fremd. ; produces whatever thewhat makes this country great
Office will be closed seniors. . want him to produce,at prices they place to live. So lot's not chines' it!

Mrs. L. \V. Armstrong assistedby set. Even his oil-hours are spent
All Day FridayDR. Permission has been granted to
Mrs. E. M. Meredith and Mrs. according to state f/}
regulations. (
Eastern Airlines to establish the .t W It
I. \V. Weeks, presented a programon lowest rates in Florida aviation No. that would never RO here. .
"The Child anti His Family.; "
history this summer as a meansof
E. J. GRAHAM Mrs. H. J. Anderson and Mrs. William -
stimulating summer travel. r.fJPHIJhr.191-.1: '. 1lrca.r f'.r' 1.! ,
McClenithan were in chargeof

Office will be closed the devotionals.It -
was announced that Mrs.
All Day Wednesday Howes will b* hostess at the June

meeting. Mrs. George Ferguson:
was a visitor.
--. .
These new hours Ib. lrj .w
Miss Mary Ann Leighton of .'to'' y
effective May 19, 1947 Madison, a former Pahokee resident -

visited Gwennette Reevesand
---- -- -- -
other friends here this week.

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i I r JACKSONVILLE'MIAMI J Ii Carload lots are now in stock of this '

t tt important building item. 4 ft. x 8 ft. ',
ti t '

i i sheets. At all nine Lindsley Yards! 8f .'

t ti It "

i Jjyl <

the t ton k ti. jtJi (fill!(&Y41Douglac f j

IiI' PIY81oodl f

_, Improved in speed and equipment. the smooth Diesel-powered
Gull Stream provides superior local service. Northbound it makes Look! Look! Look!
convenient connection with evening departures from Jacluenrille:
carries sleepers to Chicago Kansas City and intermediate points.
''t Priced As

Sc.thbou..d Coach Seats Northbound NEVI Awning Windows Low As

RcaJ Down Raened lu Up Luxury COJCht5 ('

9.15 AM b. Jachonjlle Ar. 8:37: : PM Immediate delivery on this favorite -
9.50 AM Ar. St Augustine b. 7; 3'M guilt since the "Waf. type window. and in many
10 4 Z AM Ar. Daytona Beach l. 6.59',4 they afford the last Ill IA sizes. Glazed with either clear
11.0! AM Ar. New Smyrna Beach Lv. 6.41 IM word in lew cost 28
.11 40 A\4 Ar. Tltllnillc b. 5:57: fM travel lux'r.,. q glass or the popular Lustrablu . .
1158 AM Ar. Coco.lod.leJcc l. 5:38: PM the tropical glass with the built-
IZ IS PM Ar Melbourne b. 5'19 PM NEW in sunshade.
1253 PM A,. 1"0 Such h. 447'M
T.ncrn-: l Ou" e
I 13 fM Ar fort Fierce b. 4.3Z''''
1.41 PM Ar. Stuart b. U 57 PM E.qnn: ;; about
2:6 PM Ar. Wen Palm Beach b. 3.15 fM June Is:. a bray;!
f Z.:9 PM Ar. Lake Wort1 h U 00'\4 new tycm: ctn':- Lds1oyLzmb
f Z 51 Plt Ar Dtlrn Beach h. fZ 47'''' vet.on Lunge will
.3 :J FM A'. Fort ldedfc l. 2 1S\4 b. cpcr''cd en 'Sa
.3 H PM Ar Holtwcod! l. Z CAS\4 rear cl th... tria
4 00 fM Ar. Munn, l. 1.-45M next to clachu.

For inIorT-i3t-on:: end;:
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Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. May 30. 194"

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I Mrs. H. J. Anderson Friday while i Spence are visiting Blanche Eliz night following baccalaureate se-- Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Chastainand

enroute from Pomona Park. Fla., I abeth's mother Mrs. R W. Bowers vices with a party honoring mem- daughter. Dorothy, will leave
to their home in Searsport Maine. at a hospital in Orlando this
bers of the Pahokee High School Friday for Rome. Ga., where they
Mr. and :\11'5.1.. I. Keen had as weekend.B. .
graduating class. Home movies$ will attend the graduation exercises -
guests over the weekend her S.
Waring, accompanied by were shown to the guests. Also of Shorter College. Miss
brother Paul Slonaker of Clewis- his sons, Howell and John and attending were Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Eleanor Chastain. daughter of

Mrs. B. F. Murray left Mondayfor ton. Miss Ann Peters of Miami daughter Rosa Mabel. and niece, Howes. Miss Helen Howe Dick :Mr. and :Mrs. Chastain will b."
her home in Cleveland Ohio. Rose Varga of Windsor, Canada Mary Ann Leighton is returningto Bordeaux Mrs. M. A. Thomas and among the graduates. They will
after a visit of several weeks in and Eleanor Sholds of London. Madison today after spending a son Eric and Miss Ann Slonaker'I leave Rome on Sunday for North
Canada.Mr. week here on business.Mr. of Clewiston. Refreshments of will attend
South Florida. She was accompanied Carolina where they
by her son-in-law and and Mrs. J. W. Belk of Miami and Mrs. Manning I. Keen sandwiches, cookies, punch and: the marriage of Bill Connally, a
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Alvin accompanied byIrs.. Ray entertained at their home Sunday I j(candies were served. I I brother fo Mrs. Chastain.
Robson and Miss Joyce Belk also
Armstrong and grandson Gary
attended the Pahokee .
of Miami - -
- - -- -
exer- -- -- - -- --
James Maxwell who has been High School commencement --
cises Thursday night to see their
ill at the Everglades :Memorial I .-I
Miss Phyllis Belk
Hospital is now convalescing at granddaughter. ;
the home of his son and daughter- receive her diploma.Mrs.
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceIke Johnny Roberts left Wed

( ) Maxwell.Joe nesday to join her husband in i I Parrish Jewelry Store i
and L. G. Alderman were Clewiston where he was recently I
visitors in Sarasota over the week transferred by the U. S. Sugar :
Corporation. Mrs. Roberts' position .
end.Mr.. and Mrs. Jake Eames ani in the A&P grocery store is : Pahokee Fla. :
Cecil Gray. r ,
filled by
Mr. and :Mrs. Andrew Eames ani being ,
Judith Lloyd starling left this
daughter Frances visited Mr. and
week to join her mother Mrr.

Becky past she has few Starling weeks.been employed in Ocala for where the l : Will Be Closed ;

Classified Ads .
Mrs. Frances McDonald Harlowis I
visiting friends in Key West this

weekend.Mr. .
PUBLIC Stenographer Mrs. VanJ.
and Mrs. Roy Vandegnft.
York at Everglades Discount
Company in new Wroten Buildingon Sr.. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.' June 9 'tilJune30
Marvin Vandegrift have gone to
Bacom Point Road in Paho-
California for the summer.
kee. U
Laverne Geiger. student at I
EVERGLADES HOUSE OF Riverside Military Academy Miami -

BEAUTYAll has returned home to spend
Phases of Beauty Culture the summer vacation with his par :
Phone 4292 ents. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Geiger.Dr. .
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point and Mrs. L. W. Armstrongand I I
niece Blanche Elizabeth Bowers
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps accompanied by Mrs. Cora
cleaned and repaired. Phone

3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee M17c ---. -- -- -
Chandler a veteran Pahokee
Fla. May30p

CHEMICAL-WELD repairs cracked -
valve seats cracked Diesel

heads, cracks in cylinder walls
/ / / I Iq It i
car blocks and heads. Bring i
work to Komer's Blacksmith q
Shop. Pahokee Fla. July 4.

circles. Visit our undercoating t IIT4fl'
dep*rtm 1t. Stops rattles squeaksand I
rusting. Christian Chevrolet. II I
Phone 2371. Pahokee. M9chst
: i

inum-Automatic dia. USED

Galvanized, good condition. 3. 4. 5 !
6. and 8 inch dia.. drilled or riser I
!, 1:94- 7 I
type in Miller Ames and Champion. I ,
See or call 24-211. Race & I

Race .Inc., Winter Haven, Flor- I
ida. M30 II I

WANTED: Pump to take care of
16 acres of land. D. L. Hooks, CONGRATULATIONSTO ,

Canal Point. M30pd.

FOR SALE: Pitcher pump Points YOU !
No. 2-$6. top and bottom leathers

50c for both. New alarm clock I

$3.50. Money back guarantee. We join the many friends of the members of the
Schubert Route 1, Lake Wortn.
J13pd.PHOTO Class of 1947 in extending our best wishes

and congratulations at this graduation, time
copies of military discharge ; : I
certificates awards citations -

birth certificates, death '
(certificates diplomas marriage
license, etc. Full size up to 18x22..; v

wallet sire: 2lax3' inches. Set

Claude Jones. Pahokee. June2t'c'OS'
One definition; of success is: "one who has always
"\ Products needs a representative -

in Canal Point and looked for the best in others and given them the best
Belle Glade. Write district manager.

P. O. Box 1101 West Palm he had; whose life was an inspiration, whose memory -
Beach. J6pd
a benediction.
FOK SALE: Neat new little 2
bedroom home in Beth Glade on
largo lot. $:...,( ). half cash. immediate Bear in mind at all times that our wishes for your

t"ssion. C. A. Bailey.
Phone 70. Belle Glade. J204tc success are sincere and heartfelt, and if we can be

FOK SALE: Three bedroom home of help to you in any way it will give us greatoleasuie
in Geiger nubilivision $t)5l t immediate -

pt\sot' lon. terms $10 cash balance $52 monthly. I" A

Bailey.; Phone 70.; Belle Glade J20KOK :

S\LE:: 32 lots in Streamli'suMm .-

'io-n for colored. t" V
B.ulev. Phone 70; Belle Glade J2
I.OxT' : Thet i Delta Chi frat.'rm+v I
pin. ihi. M urrounde l by p 'ar' BANK OF PAHOKEE

owner'* name on back of pin
Jatrew 1* lI.l t'r.bu.-l. LiN-ral! re-
ward write o\\ O Box 1152W
*>t Palm n.>\t'h. Joc I Member. Federal Deposit Insurance ( "' 'rp.Page \ .
- -
FOK1.K: One Rinks electric I
pairt sprayer, motor. hose. com II II I I

pre*or and pun. complete Bacon-

Jones Hardware. Pahokee. Phone ,

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