The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 6, 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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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


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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Pahokee High School Members of Pahokee Boy Scout

Given Legion PostAt graduates, Betty Speer, Louis Led ByMerrittSlawson Troop 25: who are attending the Sponsor New Club
Sims and Nicky Sartoris, received Boy Scout Summer Camp at Lak. ,

degrees at the Florida State College Osborne this week include Bobby; I

a meeting of Fred and Percy for Women graduation exercises Schroder."jJ on, Frank I A new Lions Club will be organized -

Mansfield Post 90 in the woman's I : in Tallahassee Monday. :Miss Rozelle. Jr.. Harold Floyd Buddy i at Clewiston under the sponsorship -
Sartoris and Miss Sims received Pceples. Russell Million. Tommy of the Pahokee Lions
clubhouse Monday night bachelor of arts degrees and Miss Merritt O. Slawson. Captain Sheppard and Albert Gra'es.leZ- j j I Club on Monday evening June 9.
offered to donate R.V'I'V'I'Sanders Chaplain. U. S. Army, will lead a I
Speer, a bachelor of science degret' vin Spooner. local scout official i according to plans announced at
Post 90 provided the post Miss Speer has enrolled in weeklong Revival meeting in Juneat and several members of Canal the Tuesday luncheon meeting of
the Canal Point Methodist
the payment of back taxes. This the summer school at the University Point Boy Scout Troop 24 are also j the local club. M. I. Keen Frank

lot adjoins land owned by the post I of Florida, Gainesville. I Church. An inter-church meeting at the camp.Pahokee. Rozelle and A. C. Santo Pahokee
ministers and congregations of all
on Canal Point Road which is to --. --w- I Lions, will be in charge of the organization -
churches in the area have been invited -
be the site of a new Legion home. procedure.! The Clewis-
Elaine Adams
Injured to take part in the services.The FFA Boys To
With it, the site for the home will ton Lions will hold regular weekly
have a frontage of more than 300 When Hit By TruckElaine pastor of the Canal Point Tour Eastern States i meetings on Thursdays. They will
church from 1939 until he wes
feet and will extend from Canal | receive their club charter at a
called into active service in the
Point Road all the way back to Adams, small daughter of .. Lee Wroten. Kenneth Johnson !special "charter night" programto
inter of 1942, Chaplain Slawsonis
the foot of the lake levee. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Adams, was and Raymond Caruthers. Jr., members be held on the night of July 17
well-rembered in the area.
Sanders' generous offer was referred taken to the Everglades Memorial of the Pahokee Chapter Future I with Pahokee Lions taking part.
the he stationed
During war was
to Post 90, Inc., for official Hospital for treatment Tuesday Farmers of America, will join O. Drigger. manager of the
with the Army Air Forces in Eng
action.It evening after she was struck by a several Fort Myers FFA boys j B&B store in Pahokee. was introduced -
land. Through his understandingand
was announced that the pout truck in front of her home on Ba- Saturday on a two weeks' FFA I by K. A. Jensen and we-
faith as brought out by the
is sponsoring a Pahokee junior com Point Road. She sufferedtwo field trip through the Eastern' I I corned as a new member.
incident of the "English er.ny".
baseball team to take part in th" fractured ribs and severe States. A feature of the trip i The group made plans for the
he endeared himself to countless I
Legion Junior baseball league. It bruises, according to hospital of- will be a sight-seeing tour of the Lions annual ladies night program
Americans who read in the reporting -
was also announced that the Elks ficials. nation's capital city. Washington !. on June 27 at which time newly
of the incident the
Hall will be the scene of the big --.- inspirationthat D. C. They will he accompanied ., elected club officers will be in-
he instilled in the men in his
Fourth of July dance to be held by Richard L. Brooks, advisor of stalled. Rupert Mock and Frank
Demand Change In charge, he announced his decisionto
in celebration of the end of the the local FFA chapter. Rozelle were named on the committee -
remain in the He is
current fundraising campaign. Citrus AdvertisingORLANDO - in charge of ladies night
stationed in Louisiana.
-- - arrangements.
: program
PAHOKEE JUNIORS OPEN Dissatisfied with Services will be held in the Can- No. 5 Well Produces f - -- _.

BASE BALL SEASONThe the manner in which citrus advertising al Point Methodist Church from 500 Barrels Oil Daily i PHILLIP MAXSON HOME
the evening of Sunday, June 8, I'
big bats boomed as Pahokee money is being spent, sev- ON TERMINAL LEAVE
Junior Legionarys opened the baseball eral citrus groups are demandingthat through Sunday, June 15. All TALLAHASSEE-State Geologist -;| Phillip: B. :Maxson. chief storekeeper -
8l'. M.: Rev.
season with a :|3Jto 9 Victoryover the practice of using costly meetings wilLbegirvit: Herman Gunter announced that in the tJ. S. Navy, has arrived "-
Belle Glade. Taylor was very space 'in magazine sections, national William T. Blair is the hbst pastor. reports received from the HumbleOil I I at the home of his parents.

effective for the victors strikingout magazines and Sunday sup- Chaplain Slawson will be accompanied Company show that its new ,I :Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Maxson in

nine giving 8 scattered hits plements be cut down and that on the trip by MM. well in the .Sunniland Field (Collier I.! Canal Point, on a 60-day terminal

and walking three. Williams gave more black and white newspaper Slawson and their six-year old County), known as No. 5. began I leave. He has been in the servicesix

up seven hits, nine bases on balls advertisements on grocery pagesbe son Jackie. producing last week with a years with overseas duty in

and struck out seven. Both teams used together with spot radio. Sermon topics for the week as flow of over 500 barrels a day. Hawaii, China and other parts of

showed a need for more work and The damand for a change in ad- announced by Chaplain Slawson. Humble has three other wells in the Pacific area.

should develop into real oppositionby vertising policy on the part of the are: the same area that are producing During the war Mr. and Mr:;.

mid season.Garrison Florida Citrus Commission was Sunday: "Progressive Evangelism. approximately: 500 barrels a day Maxson had three other sons in the

-- first voiced by a representative of ." combined. Better than a thous- service. Roy and Leonard were in

Is Recreation United Growers and Shippers and Monday: "Out of the Wilderness. and barrels per day now being produced the Army Air Corps and Ralph

other groups are backing up this ." from this field.Personal was in the Navy. Phillip was Uu
Director At City ParkThe demand.A Tuesday: "What Must I do to be - first to enter the service and is!

I check of the allocation is going Saved?" I the last to receive his dii.-charge.

Legion-sponsored Pahokee : into costly: newspaper Sunday Wednesday: "The Saving Graceof ---

Junior baseball team played and t supplements, 29.7 per cent in nationally God is a Privilege not. a Right". ItemsJohn Pahokee Win Over

won its first game of the summer circulated magazines 20.6 Thursday: "Saints in Wrong

reason in a contest with the Belle per cent in radio and only about Places." : Pompano 5 to 4

Glade Legion junior team on the ;. 10.5 per cent in black and white Friday: "What is that to y".u A. Dulany has gone to

Pahokee city park diamond Tuesday newspaper apace. Follow Thou Me." Clinton. N. C.. to operate the Last Sunday! the Pahokee baseball -

afternoon.The : The United plan would direct Sunday. June 15th.. A.I.. "A produce market there through the team traveled to Pompano to

Legion Junior League games : practically all advertising moneyto Great Affirmation Necessary." summer. Mrs. Dulany: and son. hand the Bt-anpickers a f to 4 lof,,.

and practice sessions are being I newspapers using grocery pageson P. M. "A Certain Man Had Two Philip will join him there soon. I Hugh Branch. Canal Point right

held at the city park in the afternoons j heavy market ad days in the Sons". H. Williams is spending several hander. went the route for Pahr-

from 4 to 6 o'clock and area : various communities and to spot' Monday evening, June 9th, the weeks in Hot Springs. Ark. kee and gave up eight scatteredhits '

part of the program of supervised i radio. National magazines anJ Young Married Fellowship will l Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Brewton striking out seven and walking -

recreaiton at the city park Sunday supplements would getonly meet at the parsonage following: I have as their guest her mother. none. Lefty Raines Pomparohurler.

planned by X. L. Garrison, city : "token" ads. the Revival meeting, with Chaplain Mrs. Victoria: Rickrrson of DOII gave up the sarmnumber

recreation director.Mr. I ----- Slawson and his wife a" las. Ga. of hits without walking a batter

Garrison will N on duty! at ; RECEIVES: guests. Host and Hostesses for th- Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Gilbert and Pompano got off tt a one nth

the park every day except on Sunday : Rome. Ga.. Eleanor Cha.'.=tain. meeting are Mr. and Mr:. Leonard children have pone to Carlton. Ga lead! in the first inning, but Pahok -

or at thos!' times h.i i is out of I of Canal Point. Fla.. wa. one cf Maxsun!' ) and Mr. and Mrs. Bid! where Mr. Gilbert is now employed ,-e came Kirk to score two in the

town with the junior baseball I: the Seniors at Shorter College receiving Johnson. and they will make their home. second Joe Tom Boynton. first

team. I the bachelor's degree at i The McClure residence on acor.1 man up in the "w;<-(.ntl. singled to
- --- --
Supervised games for the !'ma't'r !- 74th annual commencement exercises Print Road which they vacated ;s npfct field and then advanced to

children! will be played from 10 here Monday. Miss Cha.; taii. row ring O"uplf'd by Mr. and second '.n I'uch' roller. Branch
McClellan)) Will Be
a. m. to 12 noon and from 2 to the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Mrs 1"1119'ann and family. drove the next pitch over the right

4 p. m. Adult soft Kill games will!! Chaplain has completed her wrath Candidate In 19!) IS R-v. C* T Howes. Rev. W. T fielders ha l for a triple. !*-onn.;

tv placed on the city park diamondon a major in En hsh. and 5* Blair and O. B. McClure are in St B... 'nt.n to tie the score Cracker

Monday and Thurstlay: evenings !1t..1: !.:! the college honor r..ll FT PIERCE Amm-.i MrOel- Petersburg" week attending Fpor.n hit a single to Ml tied

from 7 to 9 o'clock. Special recreation -- _.- lar. < -itr.ii t"T .in'l gr-.w.-r.; who, i- the Florida annual ror.ferenre of to score Branch
for teenage boy will he t"JO Flora :\tary"t't'k daughter : assistant wader;:; clerk in th- the tf'thIh..t fhurrh.PejrRy In tn,- fourth Pompan'. !r'.r''4

field! in tho hich school gym front of Mr. and! Mr*. Inman W.W HI>US'. announced this week that : Lvr.n Shirley will leave two runs to take a three V. two

7 to !9 a. m on WotlnesJavs! ant .>ek.. of Pahpk_, was among th'traduatt he will boo candidate" in 1'''' f.,.- this w".>kfr.d for Gainesville tospr.d If'ad. again in the fifth Pah.krf
will > of the vacationwith need two runs nn singlea! I.T
Fridays. Arrangement* rvivatV registered nurses who rioiv - th' office of Ct>mmi sioner of A(!- part summer sr
for B>v Scouts t.\ take toutsf *>,i tht-.r certificates at the -ulture for Florida Nathar- ht-r 2'Tltndplln Dr. andMr Tab. Sims and Boynton.In .

.'r merit ba-lces the park from S,-ho.>l of urJOm.. 'Duke rnh't'O- Mayo. infumbent. has already! aTr r H \\Willoughby.J the seventh Pompano tied th*

10 a. m to 12 noon daily. -tv Dur>:.m:. N C. :Mondav Mi. .. "nr.,>...i! h:,: iniif'-n-y t.-r a::..t..::.-r WaH--hairfr.: son of ilrr srore. but in Pah'-1 half nf
Anv group or business! firm dextrine Wekj well continue with her t'rn: - L iMsrhlarg'T.h That inning/ Jo* Tom Bc.v'r.9laced

to organize a oft ball teati duties at the Duke tnversity" .- s'jnr> a= 'T warff rn th.* a trip- to left fl'.r rig
tiT sponsor a lovs* or girl-.* softKill Hospital until VtuK-r before rturrinc **- -- -- -.-- AUri xc.rson'! according to St-iart Spor-rer wstfc '.&' '- ' rig

team are asktxl to contact M". here for a vis:t. She plansto R.ubara"nomnt"n and Sylva wont receuve.i by his! parents! from run. Pahok-- !. Pompano I

arr1e'n. continue her work at Puke;: fora J.-nt''''. who have t.-en attending Ja k at Kir.gAtor. Jamaica Tn<- Pahok- win! play Pomp tn .

---- degree sn rv.irsine and art' R'-sanan ea.Iemv m West Pain Ak'.a flies between. New Orleans again/: this Sur.'lav in Pahok at

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Rv and -- --- -- Beach returned to Pahokee th.s and West Indies port 3P M
chjlJren have returned home aftera Mr ar.d Mr Louis Vans and week to spend the '"'imrner vacation Miss Margaret Ann Walker of -

xeck'visit with her parent,?. children: are v is itir.p his parent with their parent Mr. and I P Trv. Fla os spending: the summer Mr and Mm (yde Alley ajl

Mr and Mrs C f:. Mitchell! in :n Sarasota and tier r-awnts in Mrs A VrtoTOinn>n and Mr ar lMr ;r. Pahf>k*>* with her uncle and children l left that week for a. *ta" r
Winter Haven. Georgia Flrr.:,'r Jr>-*'' -. .-- MMr! J. ,." P Rogers: ";a-- relay": ..' .- MiA'-Ir..Ti Ky

Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, June 6, 1947

northern market is only a drop f C\I'KE XKDKNx RE.\DV Miss" :; Williams swimming at the
in the Florida producers bucket FOR CITING OF 1"ICTna head of a group of 24 aqua maids

of troubles. WINTER HAVEN -- Richard who have been training for nearly
the Lake Okeechobee
Farming Region I
When he's his of ct>ler:,
got crop .a week so as to do rhythmic swimming -
Thorpe of the technicolor
Established} 1924 Published Every Friday ,
beans, cabbage. potatoes watermelons trough the cypress trees
"On An Island With You.
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In Advance peppers or what-hav"e-yoa I picture. Esther and tropical canals.
starring Williams announced -
ready for harvest, he finds that his: I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn this week that all sets at
troubles have sprouted in proportion
Cypress Garden: have been completed Mr .and Mrs Carey Baggett are
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter He has already had to combat ,
by advance crews of technicians spending: a month's vacation at
it eems to him. every plant i
Paul Kardin Owner Editor Publisher test or disease in the world, and and that everything is in Stuart following which tht'y,11
readiness for the casting crew of go to Chicago. Ill.. where he will
he has had to scramble to par Ihoor
SO who will arrive here this week enroll in a school of electrical
'Til Sue You! much of it imported from I I
The first
sequences will show training there
This is the heyday of damage suit*. An injury indirectly the Bahamas on a temporary I

caused by yourself; though beyond your control may pau- status.) He pays that labor thre ,

perize you for life. Ilubbard Hoover, in the Header's Digest or four times as much as he paid: I' :

examines the sharp increase in per-onalliability claims and in IPS' or 1940 Everything that 'I

concludes that "some judges and many juries put inflationary goes into making crop and pre- I
for market I I
values on human injuries and lost hours of work" Not paring nj
advanced in price Supplies
only are there many more suits but verdicts are much higher. machinery. crate and packaging I RESULTSThat's

An analysis of Los: Angeles personal injury claims show materials;, fertilizer irrigation

that the average plaintiff: verdict roe from $4.G3G in 1940to equipment all have gone up in

$11,707 in 1945. price
Hoo\er's article condensed from the Saturday Evening But the matter of finding a what you want from any 1n-

Post, cites many cases, some resulting in judgement large profitable market i<* the real prob- Profitable of

enough to mean financial ruin to the average man. A golfer lem Each season he find competition vestment. production

hooking his drive, hit the operator of a car on a nearby a little stiffer The Florida
highway. Out of control, the car overturned. The amount of vegetable> grower has to put his Poultry. Dairy and Hog products and

the verict against the uninsured golfer meant the loss of products on the market in competition
with produce from other Chicks raised tnatu1'
to ty.
automobile and of each salary :
his home savings; a part sections of this country ouch; as

check for many years.A Texas: and California and the
verdict ()f'$30,000() ) was awarded a man :shot by a hunter quantity shipped from these areas

who mistook him for a deer; one of $12,500as: ; charged i* steadily incrt'asingThpn, foreign Labor costs are the same whether

against a fisherman hoe cat: hooked his companion in the competition' is'even tougher

cheek. Baseball, rowboat, even a game of quoits at a Cuba and Mexico grow identical you use a good feed or a poor one

church picnic have on occasion transformed a friendship intoa crops at the same period and growth
law-suit. 'm cheaper but there is a big difference in re-

"You can get in trouble from outsiders who meet misfor- If the grower is an independent,

tune in your home or on our grounds" Hoover says. The his produce may arrive in xe..1

i post m?n who stepped on Junior's skates called again three York or Cleveland on the same
those markets are flooded
weeks later, with a lawyer. A guest skidded on a small rug, I shipments from a dozen other sections sultEschleman's

broke her elbow, and charged her host $10,000. A shaky and that means that price; Feeds

stepladder! giving way under a cleaning woman, cost its I skid down to nothing Buyers who I II

owner $12,500.Verdicts took most any quiht during the !

up to $75,000 are cited for injuries to and hy I war years are now demanding '

children. "Claim files of insurance companies bulge with dog only choice top-qmlitv: stuff. J'' are quality feeds, and we have one exactly

cast's. Some dog bites come high; one verdictas for $10- Pre-pickagmg to make his product

000, another for $14,000, and two for 20000.: Even by more attractive is another I suited to your need
headache and will be until researchnow
yourself, you are "far from immune. Umbrellas lighted-

cigars, and revolving doors have led to legal reprisal being conducted results in a I
standard low cost method i
Sanford Herald.
The Florid Vegetable Committee ;

i* coming as near to a wholesale I
working for a living and start mea !
I solution of all of the Florida

TOO LATE TO vegetable farm," vegetable producer's problems as I II
I The things we don't hear about KILGORE SEED CO.
has ever been done Composed of
I i often the breaks and I
so are tough .
a majority of the fresh vegetable I
CLASSIFYBy f difficulties that constantly the
I try
I I shippers and growers, the Comnvttee -
j vegetable growers soul, the flood,
is working for united actioT BRED-RITE SEEDS
( Russell Kay) the freezes, the wind and hailstorms I
. and effort for pijpfitable production
. that havoc with :
play crop
I and orderly marketing of every
often them out entirely Pahokee Fla. Phone 3201
The truck farmer's bed of rosesand wiping vegetable commodity grown in the : ,
If you want to know something
- his bed of green beans, celery I state I
about the trying problems that I
The fourth annual meeting of
peppers, sweet corn or other confront ask men I
every grower
the Committee will l*' held in Or- -- -
vegt tables is not a bed of rose like LaMonte Graw manager rf 1 I
lando June 16. 17, IS Every grower -
any way you figure.Most the Florida Vegetable Committee in Florida should attend TIn II
L., L. of Pahokee, committee
know little bit Stuckey
of on
us a FVC if given the support it d"-

the surface about Florida's growing chairman: Luther Chandlerof serves, can find the answer t"> I JUST LOOK AT OUR
Gould, or Paul Dickman of
but it la most of the vexing problems that I II
vegetable industry
for Ruskin, and they can tell vo'i confront this great industry. today. I l"OllTII'l nO'\r DISPLAY
pomt-of-appetite knowledge I
plenty. !
The producers as individuals never
the greater part if we are not act- This vegetable business get ;
can: hope to solve these problems I Here you will find articles in stock
the business of growing I
ually in ? more and more complex eeryear
I alone I expect to attend the OrLando -
fresh vegetables for the market and is tnn big a problem for the >ting and I hope you will. which() are offeringyou at a big reduction -
You and I know that this stats individual grower to lick all bv .
- -
produces and ships to nothern himself That's why smart growers I : i iI in price, namely . . .

markets thousand:: of carload of all over the state are getting I Pahokee :Methodist

fresh egetablesj each season, and together and pooling their knowledge "Woman's Society : OJle-Tllil-tl if we are in the habit uf check and experience for the welfare -, I

ing statistics we know that the an- of the industry and their own :Met :Monday

nual value of the crop is approximately ultimate benefit.Raising I Good only for the next two weeks.
i The R 'v Eduard Sm >t and finilj :-
$110000000 the vegetables in proper I

Now and them when some lucky quantity and at the right time to of Dunkirk Frances were In these samples) of our merchandiseyou
members of the Pahokee
I adopted bv
grower hits the jackpot and nets insure best prices i ist a problem in I
First h.thfchst'oman's will find
several thou- tntl dollars from a. itself, but the actual physical: jon I
of Christian Service at
Sotutv a i
small planting we read about it of producing some 323.OOO acres of
and say, "Gosh guess I'll quit; the finest winter garden sass for meeting t..n.tay. afternoon Th ,' ELECTRIC & BATTERY RADIOS
"adoption, undertaken aan
overseas relief project incurs th' I ELECTRIC BOTTLE STEnLIZEnSELECTnlC'

A.I.........,.. II I furnishing of doth.* and other n:- !
I ct's'itlt's for the Smet family
From where I sit Joe 1 Marsh the reconstruction period in TOASTERS FLASHLIGHTS
.. fy Europe The !"
first N>x of dothmganti other materials IRONS BABY STROLLERS

t.> France this month.

The group alai voted to star FRYING PANS BON-BON DISHES

4-; How to Go to Sleep I work furnishing immediately the interior on their of projectof ti > ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPHS

new Sunday school building! The Every Handy Electric
Named on the committee in charge:

I I.t of tHis. work were Mr J. G BRILMASTERIRONING :

\\e Nen'i..naroundBifl W.I."it h his formula: .\ light snsrk: Thomas.Mrs C T Howes

r's ,parlor uda evening:and the and a mellow gla-i: of beer at bed- I Mrs Arch Blak.'v and Mrs D. V. BOARDS BROOMS 1

Salk! turnrd to the lust "a. ofmnlimt'. Sort of put. %ou in the mo..dcominc.lriplr j .' :rningham
: quirt thoughtand ('t'3t'.r -- -- -- --

inc real slim and d 'ep. imagining mind. I.tsnu relay . and Mho T \\ un: COI'NT\' TO huh)
I I Ull'OK tIH'TIO": '! Remember that \\' are headquarter-
that ou -iih: a ton. or imply hum" off t. pleasant drt-ams (

throwing 3"'a the pilot.: From wh.'r.' 1st. there'-.,th- PFRP.Y. TivL.r County w:1held for} Buildir.gtHI: Fanr Supphcand' )
T*: c',", ".-.l..1' "'r,..l ivu't'nirhr : :rjr like .1 :epei.'te i'Ia,!' of be'- I js a !I' ii! "rt.n: lertion f-is!' '!
week on the sale 'f :Gtoeuatir' '; a General Line of HardwareBETZXEIt'S.
p. But right away wa< the t. sm w>th awahe crew of he!' : '
hqjor wines and beer and aI'>
question: what k'nd of sheep' day relax: a body. and pave thTherr I
on the .:sue "f pen bar* or package -
for r'ffht sleep.! Try' j jytrrinoa.
.. "eoIc' ?neUs forepart:n way a CNV
Shropshire Oxford and it. and see :f I'm r-'t r:."v* MoreaThe '
ballot will contain two questions .
Dorset*. Kd Mape und he had m
11 First for or a! a..n3t riling
JcckC'Ot' -tinccro.. Ste.ds. ' I
s !);... : } intoxicating beverage Sec >nd
for sale and drink r
Final?. left i hiIderF poke up by pack ere :
i i it' for sales ?nly in quantities of !-a.t MAIN STREET BELLE GI.\HE. FLA.Page .

I a pie or more to N corrmed !*
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June 6, 1947 The Evergladesews., Canal Point Florida Page Three

Sanders StokesAt "Ahf Sweet Mystery of Life," accompanied Canal Point Methodist !1 )UI. OrnXE CLLEBK.\ IIS \EEKKM) GUEST
at the organ by :Mr1H <=. COMPLETION ".
C.AL'SW.11'I I I :Mrs R. ElarUe and daughte-,
t C. Graham. The of Woman's Society !
a double ring ceremony at program I Mrs; Phara ::Mock had as guests
muptial music will include organ :MELBOURNE- a celebration : -
the Pahokee First Methodic Has MeetingA over the weekend Mrs Elarbee'sson
and violin selections by Mrs. F.
Church on June 15 at 4 p. m. Miss marking the completion of and daughter-in-law. )''lr. and
i L. Jaudon. violinist and Mrs H.
Marian L. Stokes, when given in program on 'Children and the Melbourne new million dollar :Mrs: Vernon R Elarbee and
C. Graham organist.
marriage by her uncle Mr D. T. .i No invitations are being issued Law" was presented by; :Mrs Edith causeway over the Indian River daughter. Joan of Tampa O.i

Connell, will become the bride of I but all friends of the couple andI Cross and Mrs. Don Kepp at a. McGregor Smith president of the i Saturday they; all went to Fort
Robert M (Mike) Sanders Rev. their families) are cordially invited meeting of the Canal Point Methodist i Florida Power & Light Company' Lauderdale for a visit with an-
Carson T. Howe;, pastor will of- I to attend. oman's Society of Christian I speaker for the occasion, predicted other son and daughter-in-law. Mr.

ficiate. I Service at the home of Mrs. Kendrick that the territory served by his and Mrs Lynn Elarbee.
The bride-elect] has chosen her Buchanan Tuesday afternoon company will have a population of '! - .
sister, Mrs Marie Blackwell. as ; Wainwright Spoke To Mrs Harold Ro-enberg wa 1.150.000 in 1951 compared witn ; The final round in the long ana

matron of honor: Miss Sara Elain i Joint Session in charge of the devotional- about 850.000 today |I spectacular fight over who shall
Sanders of Palm Beach sister of i The group voted to conduct an He revealed plans for a !stat>- }I tnd up with the ownership of the
the bridegroom, maid of honor. TALLAHASSEE- General Jonathan all-dav discussion of the mission wide expansion program in which : Florida East Coast Railroad wall

Miss Eva Gainey of Pahokee and I M Wainwright, hero of study book "Portrait of a P.l- the company will spend SS5.0 O.OOO be decided bv' Federal Judge Lour
Miss Kathleen Chaires of Tallahassee Corrcdigor.speaking from the grim at the home of :Mrs Don to pace\ Florida's growth during;: ; Strum who must approve recommendation -
bridesmaids. I flower banked rostrum of ti.' Kepn on Wedne-dav: June IS. the next five years. The prograri 'I of the ICC that the

Little Andrea Keyes of Macoi. House chamber to a joint .session starting at 10 a. m. It was also I he !said will give the company an Tad be turned over to the Atlantic -
Ga., niece of the bridegroom, will I of the House and Senate tolJ voted to purchase a new morocco- i electric generating capacity of Coast Line. The Southernand
be flower girl and Carl Watson of legislators that "universal military I I hound Bible "for the church pulpit I 470.000 kilowatts more than 300 Seaboard railroads oppose the

Pahokee will)] be ring bearer. training is necessary as the keynote :Mrs: \V P Pope and )'Ir-. James per cent increase over the IQJi: i ACL ownership as do the Railway

Melvin Spooner will)] be best man. I of a permanent military Miller' were named on the churca capacity of 150.000 kilowatts. Labor Executives Association and
Charles Wilkinson Lavon Batchelor j policy:' floral committee for July. ---- the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen -

and Rodney Connell will act i He said that some of the most Plans were made to sponsor a Cancer may bo cured in manvcas : .
as ushers. i I active opposition to the universal family basket dinner on the church I s. Learnabout cancer. Write '! -.- --

Mrs Lorenzo Connell. soloist : training program come from men grounds on Sunday. June 13. immediately the American Cancer Society 22 ; Edwin Rice and Thomas Howe

will sing "Oh Promise Me" and 'who are not working to keep I following the morning Ann Stret't.t'w York 1. N Y. returned to their homes in Paho-
America safe, but to undermine it. service Capt. Merntt O SH\\ on. and receive free booklet or con- kee Tuesday after completing the
Stressing preparedness for action U. S Army Chaplain. will) prearh I tact the local representative of school year at the University of
Wainwright termed it "a recognized hia final ermon of a week's revival the society in your communuty Florida ille.
CHIROPRACTORWEST fact" that any future war on June 15 and he and Mr*. I I
if there is one will come with Slawoon will be guests of honor ?t
MON.. WED. and FRI. unprecedented suddenness. the dinner. l
BELLE GLADE Our salvation. and the salvation -------
of the world" he said. "li('< in
DR. L. S. JONES remaining so strong that not nation 35-Pounds Sugar For CANAL POINT GARAGE

Suite 301-02) Comeau Bldg. will dare provoke us" Household And
Phone 3650 Went Palm Beach Fla. t'.\N.XL POINT l FLOKII j ji
Canning Use i
The annual Fourth of July Regatta -
of the Florida Federation of WRECKER SERVICE
Outboard Clubs will]) be held at Householders may get their full II.\\- OK NK.HT
CHILLS ft FEVER Sportsman's Lodge. Welaka. it year's 35-pound allotment of sugar I

DUE TO MALARIA was announced of the Joe Swift, secretary b\continues August to 1.improve with promise. Harold of more:\Ia-- Specializing On Fenders & Body Work)

6Ir. tin. Florida branch director of the I
RELIEVED/-/-/* Also A
Sugar RationingAdministration.. I Painting: Specialty
::\ and Mrs Robert Phipps han I I II
BY- > hhh gone to Asheville] X, C., for the announced in Miami this week. I ,
Mr Martin aid SHA. action I
Count* IM onlv odi..cwd B V V i(,summer. II
was taken in a moto aceelra I II
t home canning and to prevent possible I

; a + a a a a 0 a a hh a Q h >h< < > ia ta h >
>{ > >< > >< > < >< >< > >< !< >< > < > y
.v" Y Y Y Y Y y y y y y y y y y Y y y y y y ; crops.

4."; CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS Xs Through SRA previously had an-
, nounced advancement of the July
Y !
:s THE CAMERA CENTER :. 1 validation date on Stamp No 12 Our National Brands :

+ is now equipped with a repair department. All work Ys3
will]) be promptly done by experts familiar with all
: makes of domestic and foreign cameras. ::. to May 26 i {
s Spare Stamp No 53 (five Davis Deluxe Tires ;
;> OFFICE EQUIPMENT V as pounds was validated January 1 I

HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. <:. and expired March 31. Stamp No. .
-+ i
11 ((10 pounds) was validated Davis Safety Grip Tires i iI
44- 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone 3883 .:. April 1 and expires October 31.
4, <:> Stamp \o. 12 also will be goo,1

+ 1Y41t a { f> it*>f>s>SM>f>t >t fs >t>s > >t> > fat until pound October stamp 31.good Still for another 10 pounds 10-, I : Davis Super Safety Tires i

will be validated not later than ,

I August 1. Mr. Martin !';aid Davis Deluxe Tubes

The SRA branch director pointed ; I II II
out however that the 33 i I

SPECIALIZING IN pounds of sugar represented bv j i I I
these stamps must cover both |: HOME OnXEDXD 7 r

BODY & FENDER REPAIRS a household improvement] and in canning the supply uses picturemakes unless I : OPERATED BY e. WESTERNASSOCIATE

further allotments possible : I. M. LAIR

TIUF.XD AUTOACCESSORIES later in the yea .I *
-- PHONE 2RS1Pahokes STORfe
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MLrrrrrrrrrrmnrrrrrrrm KNTHiTXIMH WITH PXKTX i

AUTO PAINTING iJiiiJ .\M 1)f:.IXSTn.TJXtrs. Florida

::\ Herman Kautz and Mr' .

Bennet Bros. Service Station Roy Kautz entertained with a J

party and demonstration at the ( .
Box 245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road iJI former home on Bacom Point j I II
Road :Monday: night j i
Refreshments of cookiees soft ALFAR TREATTo
drinks and nuts were served bv the I :

I r.o't. "se., to Mrs! O ('. Upthe Beat the Heat
I cr..w.trs.. \\'. H. Webb Sr.. Mr*. i
A. C Libhart Mrs. Ceo B Ram -v. .'

I Mrs Price Rllr.lpshaw. Mrs' rharln -

t" \\'alston. Mrs B:llv' Bnd"Yrs :;:..- . . butter pecan ice-cream
Henrv Kautz. Mr B.>b Durance i
I and daueMer Erma. MrI I

David I'nwin Mrs; T .I Fr- !urr. j That delllnti! I >.f all ut-
I Jr. Mrs Franklin K.n'I' r'.am \ifar with t.isty butter
Mrs Pam*''.1
Tr>f-n"v PlIrdf'.shaw. f" < < .i n "nt'r"I1 *distributed

A Servant of the Glades ,I an,1 Erwcko.1 MS-Mr"Xr-t: 1' *>W Kahn'mr.1Ir.a' i I I11'T tnrc from) .;three h..ut"alt to t'libt-thrf"f'till the dip thf'kids:.

I -
;; spoon' into a heaping hall. Is*.ko.t
': mi: ;ITU til: \U: '" fort find*'
To :Miami
4 Buses '' tr" O T' ('irp r"'f \I 1 M -

t To \UM Palm Beach 'j :\1" l*a.t II-1enrh. r....m ";".h..'-
i were >so?t..-f\* '\t a party art June I Is Dairy Month 1 t
Daily To It M\tr' & 1 akeland : w:.."*>r r art av< n by PT.r .
j i r2- nbe-f'..t" XVi' Jt,'n r*"-' r'!.- .;I. \r' .f!" ;'. ' ., rv.-R J'jr..

: t-. . '. ..'. -
!s 'n's Ftft (;rail eRrr at : :" \ :
P......k'... F.1.1tar C. .'
Glades Motor Lines Inc. ,.n T'I': : "\" r- ., n f ;a.' .... .

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.! p'- !rT.i" 1r sxart' r LFA

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n 1 . .tr:gs d:ring t-,. r. 0

...... CREAMERY:: : : CO.Friday .
i i.Mr'

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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, June 6, 1917

I terested in golf to come out for: project. This group is endeavoring C. P. :MethodistChurch I! Holly Hill Florida has becomethe
Youth Summer supervised: : play and a number have to interest more boys; and girls cultural center for palmettocraft.

already responded: to the invita- in both elementary and high school Notes The gathering, curing and

Program PlannedIn I tion, according to Mr. Zieman. bands. The PTA voted "all-out" dyeing of palmetto has proven a
Mrs B. P. Browne. city librarian !! support of the city's announce: \'.-? are lookmg forward \vit-i! : profitable industry. Products manufactured -
and chairman of the literature dpaitment .*- f for and other
program dusting great anticipation to the Revival were recently displayed
Belle GladeUnder of the Woman's Club, sanitary measures for preventionof at the Titusville Farmers Mark t
II in our church to lx led by MernttSlawson. :
has announced a summer reading 1 polio and other contagious dis Services will "be heel' and included baskets fans. hat.pur.s .-.
contest for children, opening June eases. and many; other articles.
of nisrhtly. Sunday June S. thru'unda
the joint sponsorship 17. Children: who wish to take part The city. having in mind "Em-
'. June 15. at > P. M. Chap-
several civic and service organizations : are asked to register;: at the library I i p hair on Youth" is having a
lain Slawson will also preach on
and with the cooperation of She reports that a large numberof bulling; Camp Murphy raz i
I Sunday morning. June 13.: at It
: children's* books are availableat i and moved to Belle Glade. The DR. C. E. CREEL
several city departments, one o 1 II A. M.:: There will be no Morning:: :
the library. building will be erected and reno-
the outstanding youth programs
Worship Service on Sunday. JuneS PAIIOKEKKECiINNING
the Glades i is now being organizedin The Business and ProfessionalWoman's :I vated and will serve as a crippled : since the minister will he attending -
Belle Glade for the summer ; Club continuing it; children's hospital. Mayor Taylor the Florida Annual Conference : JUNE 1

months. I project to equip the city park with I| has acknowledged a donation of a of the Methodist Church inSt. THROUGH SEIT. 30.

The Lions Club has voted to : nlaveround material. whirlpool bath from Fritz Stem PetersburgHe will be I

sponsor'; a Sea Scout Troop, with i' Mrs. Roscoe Braddock denmother for installation in the clinic. in time to join Mr. Slawson bacat''' Office Hours
2 has announced I The South Shores Athletic Association -
I of Pack
Jack Johnson :
Walter TeStarke 8
evening service a. m. to 1: Noon Only
take her Cubs a I and the school are completing -
appointed to the administrative plans to on camping Sunday school will be held as
for several days and other the ball parks as sites for CLOSELL DAY OXWednesday
committee.The trip
usual on Sunday in spite of tV
similar I football baseball: and other games. & Sunday
American Legion Auxiliary Cub packs are making Conference. Our attendance of
The park will be used as a city
the free
voted to contribute $30 to plans. '
107 last broke all
school lunch fund, and have joined John' Bregger. Eagle Scout of I recreation ground and all ag.* records for this time of year. ;
will haaeces to th - - - - - - - - - - -
o Legion Post 20 in supporting Troop 22, will serve as an assistantat I groups The'oman's Society of Christ ':,
Boys State and Girl State. These i Loke O borne. where a large: area. The ball diamond has been ian Service met last Tuesday at''
will finance Belle Glad number of local scouts are planning I surfaced with clay refills made
groups the home of Mrs. Buchanan -!
representatives to Tallahassee in ; to go for summer encamo- and a large number of royal palms for the regular June meet- j : : : ; ....
ments. are ))t>ingplant..d around the fiel.lSeveral
June. Another American Legion of Mrs. James
ing the Society.
sponsored project which will also Th local scout" troop was host church groups have als" Miller was hostess. I ,ITaNY'M' MIDNIGHT' OIL

receive backing from the Lion's for the South Glades Boy Scout announced afternoon and evening The M. Y. F. beach party will beheld I YOu BURN -tUflCT GttS VE

Club is the junior baseball team Council jamboree recently and six social programs for youth of the on Tuesday. June 10. Bring f! AHEAD: 'HnU5 OCrrb WORLD,
The Lion's Club have ordered uni local "Y>ovs received tenderfoot community.The .
swim suits and whatever you want HOW voufeeVJ. APPN'
forms for the team.Under badges! five became Second Cla s I City Recreational Councilhas : to eat and drink. \Ve will have afire : YE.RrME
the direction of the Legion Scouts and three bovs became St..rScouts. plans for a Civic Center building .
the each for cooking.V
Post 20. Russell Weeks has Girl Scout Troop 2 have I,I and swimming pool, but are shall on take the whole day for the WHILE' THAI
boxers their activities holding up contsruction. awaiting O\L\ esuRMj
been selected to train young planned to continue
trip, returning in time, howeverfor
and this program is well under through the summer, and a'' priority rights for. .materials. Youth Night observance in the ,IN; 'fNg1
way with both small boy and ,I number of other Girl Scouts areplanning -- Revival.

for activities.The Lodwu Lakeland usedas I.
high school boys reporting I Field The minister.! Rev. William T
training. Several bouts have )seen Home Demonstration Club an aviation training center '
Blair, and the lay delegates elected -
planned.Joe I is sponsoring junior and senior 4-H throughout the war and operatedby by the church. Mr and Mrs. A.

Zieman, golf pro of the: I Clubs, and several; members are : the Albert I. Lodwick Schoolof I R. Harrington, will be gone until
Country Club of the Everglades I serving as leaders. Aeronautics, has been taken I
Sunday evening; when they return -
under direction of that group, is I The president of the PTA has over by the city of Lakeland as a I from the Florida Annual Conference -

Inviting boys and girl who are in- I announced school bands as their municipal airport. held in St. Petersburg

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.. ..i\T. .... 7. '" :' > << complete repairs -
: "
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; \ I I j- Stanley Smith. Baptist plus regularity in yourcar'

fJ\! \ kttN.5..1: !i\{ !i and missionary worker assigned tothe *, check-ups will add thousand -

... .. ...... . .. .. ..... I Seminole Indians of the Everglades i,I .
';1 : '-.{ A4, ,;;, ;,,*5.-\k ,' ": I : ; of miles in good service.Count
". '': '> '''*,.f,;;,:, ;!w '?", :-o:".>> ff,:::....;, aiea. will l>e guest speaker SHORi:
i on the LAKE :
at a meeting of the Men's BihlClass
: expert
and will deliver the sermon
: tt the morning service of the Pa- work Call t-xl-iy and take a
I, hokee First Baptist Church Sundav \.s' ..1 our quality friendly!

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1j' I Approximately 150 Florid

bankers will attend a fotir-dav
I short course at the University of

Florida, oPf'ningJunp 9 under the r1I!

DE e hFS f joint sponsorship of the General .....--
Ku t WN QAV1A ,11t 1i' Extension Division and the Florida -

Bankers Association. i
Low-cost running water-whenever and wherever

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(1a... June C, 19.1'; The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five
Mrs. Ella Crippen has returned '1 Juanita Griffin of Lake Wales Mrs. B. R. Boland and sons. .

I Vegetables at Their Best to Dania after a visit with her'''is spending a two weeks' vacation I Ernest Glen and Jack are visiting -
daughters Mrs. Joe Hatton. Sr. I with her uncle and aunt Mr. and relatives in Georgia this week.
M and Mrs Ralph Stanley and families i Mrs. Park T. Keen and family in While they are there Ernest plansto
in Pahokee. Pahokee. enroll in Emory University

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'' June 9 'til

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..4 June 30



.-. lF r ...1..i. + ry
-Photo Courtesy Perry-Morse Seed CO.
Real enjoyment of your home vegetable garden depends largely upon Florida's
proper preparation of the vegetables for the table. Enjoy
Gather leafy crops early in the morning, if possible, before the sun
wilts them. If they are to be kept until a later meal, wash and cover Famous. .
them and place in the refrigerator. Pick peas and sweet com within an ?
hour of getting them ready for the< -

kettle; if gathered very long before whatever liquid remains when the Attractions r711.G'ih
cooking, they lose both sweetness cooking is finished. If there is too
and flavor. Gathering any vege- much to serve with the vegetable, 'S4
table too long before using causes keep it to add to soup. In boiling
loss of vitamins. vegetables make sure the water is I .rC;-
Scrape or peel vegetables thinly; really boiling before adding them.
valuable minerals are just beneaththe If put over the fire in cold water
outer skin. Young carrots, beets, vegetables lose color, flavor texture, r. 'tyt +
and summer squash should merelybe and much of their food value. i
scrubbed and not peeled. Neither
fresh from the garden I
should vegetables be soaked in water I
before cooking. This too, causes need very little dressing up to make I
loss of minerals. them deliciously appetizing. Simple I
Cook vegetables quickly and only methods of cookery are best with I I
until barely tender. Usually they the simplest of seasonings added.
taste better if slightly undercooked Until :you have eaten vegetablesfresh
than they do if soft and mushy from picked from your garden and
overcooking. In boiling use only properly cooked, you do not know
a small amount of water saving the taste vegetables at their best.

i n } n ,,,?.Sa =.. iud
June 17. with 230; delegates expected .,anant r: '
University Expects : r. 1'lt ; fj -jt; :;si M
-\ :
Record AttendanceThis
Conferences on Education for

Summer : Librarianship under Dr. Loins

--- I i Shores: and on the Dale Mabry
TALI.AIIARREJoPIms are being campus during both summer I ,

: male at the Florida State University I terms. Two workshops for eeon- ,11"\t. rttl'1 + ;t ,t 1 wS1 +,Y f ( f!:. Vs
for a record-breaking attindunce I. d:iry principals are scheduled on r len ) s st
from July 2 to 23 and one from
during the summer session
: July 24 to Aug: 14 A workshop=
according to President Doak. I
r S. CampU'll. I held! July 7 to July 23, A workshopon
As in former je rthe summer school lunch records for supervisors -
session will be coeducational and I has been set for July 25 to
from present indications, a coi..suicrable .- Aug 11 and a similar workshopfor ; Florida's Famous
number of regular !stu non-supervusors t will behE'll Enjoy \\rn\

dentsill continue their studies ., Aug.: 12-30, The annual :Music:
during the summer In addition .) Camp will be held on the main Regional Beer - cj)
large graduate enrollment is expected :' I campus during the second session
particulary of teachers and of :summer" school division beginning IM

school administrate officials. four days later. These wMllast S-> refreshing};: . so mellow so tanpy, so god it's no
About nineteen special: education to the cl v*. of the summer -
wonder that JAX, the Drink of Friendship has become -
groupsill hold short courses i: session on August 30.
of varying lengths on the compus I i -- -- ---- 'r !Known as a truly great beer. Acid, because JAX

during the summer s's..ion.h'l3:3 II I MI\NO XTXTK :M.\UKETriX I is brcued to please the tastes and accompany the great
Stite"ill be held on the west >xFI> KKillTII: K\MV Southeast is also known
I y 4 regional foods of the it as a
campus from June 10 ttH, anJ POMPANO The State: Farmer -
"flirls State" from July 15 to 19 !. Mirk- aere. closed its eighth great regional beer. For the satisfying enjoyment a;
The annual 4-H club short course and m.vst sucrrs-ful prison last; I fine beer can ;slang, ask for JAX. You can't buy better

will N from June n to 14 on the \\".>. k raxing -*nt out an timat<. i ;l beer at any priceJAX .
main campus! \v th about 4:>O st'ld..nt"'1 t1o0 U..h'I of I'ndlh'" sin' t /
exported It .-n.-ref 1 ut X.\ 1
.\ oonf<,renoe on 1":1It'fShij': J L Warren mark rrir"g: I
training in supervision has been estate: : that about twtlar I
scheduled!: for June 16-July 3 on .'re half million dollars r-1- b.. r.
the west ampus Four conferences -ili7ed: from the sale .->f v. j, BREWING
have been set for June l', tib! >: through this mark .hr.-1 : KfEER
July 23 They are: Conference m the pest seven months. .i'.: r. \ r J
Education for the Partially Sighted r.Vev o"- and one half .. .' COMPANY
and the Reading Clinic, hot" It.'lIarii mere thin last ,..."\.... r.
--- - --
under the dire\t' of I>r HaIr:
Eyman the"se Eluct- The wbite-t 'whte -. ,.1. r'" tr' ..etatr.'rPII
t.n'ol'k shop under Henrv *-.. \Vnrs*,'t'i! *. -
l>fker and the Lunchroom Super- has or. its hand in F.r-1.i .- '
\isors Workshop under the Pr s .'1'I.I! .\nr.!>' radar T.'A.wcnb. ..- .1!,'. 'TI-O BY
Margaret Sandels A conference .. for luncheon manager i,* to beheld woods' near Ocala. The tower .
June 1':'-Juh 3. and the 21" feet high: with a 40-foot concrete : i Shelley ConnellBELLE
ent-Teachers Association will hot base and contains a! iut :
1\ t rf"I"lb..t'f'n'n'f' bec.n"trp: to-s of steel GLADE FLAF1

Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday June 6. 1947

Eastern Airlines Has : Ceo: Douthit. parliamentarian.

I Take Care of Your Garden I IPhoo Special Summer RatesThe i Following the business, sessiat
refreshments were served' bt. c

new, special round trip EXcursion i .
:; ----
fares which Eastern AirLines I
The Sarasota Anglers Club is
recently announced to apply Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Aldridge of becoming an international organization -

a'' wxw .. M ,s p. x between the eight Florida cities it I Pahokee announce the birth of a with members from all over
serves became effective Sunday son at the Everglades Memorial the United States and many foreign -

(June 1). J Hospital on June 3.Mr. countries. Th(' visitors s art
Commenting on the new rates and Mrs. John \\". Rashley, attracted to Sarasota for the In-

I Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker. EAL Jr.. of Belle Glade announce the ternational Tarpon Tournament,
birth of Alice Ruth, a:
president and general manager, a daughter. now under way.
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon .
said. "These new summer excursion .
fares will prove mutuaUj't.eneficial June 1. A two-year experiment in fresi
1 4
4 i'1 sr to the people of Flori- fruit and vegetable packaging

da and to Eastern Air Lines. The; I'B&P Woman's Club I methods will be described by Paul

lowest fares ever offered by ?n : Dickman. Ruskin grower and
Disband For SummerAt
airline, they will encourage bothresidents I shipper at the annual meeting of
and visitors 'to see Flor- the Florida Vegetable Committee
ida first' and at the same time a meeting of the Everglades ; in Orlando June 16. 1., and 1s. it

4+ stimulate business for the airline I Business and Professional \\'001I 'was announced by LaMonte Gra\....

In this way. we can do somethingto :: :I an's Club at the home of the president executive secretary of the organi-

.r cope with our common problemthe I Mrs Tommie Lee DuBose, zation.
customary summer slump in I ----
I Monday night the group- wound up
business. Paul R. Smoak. certified public
their affairs for the season and
The new air excursion fares accountant of Jacksonville, was
voted to disband for the summer
have a 30-day return limit permitthe honored recently by being elected
months. Mrs. Alma Farrow was .
usual 40 pound baggage allowance president of the Florida Instituteof
authorized to transact necessaryclub
apply to travel on the I Accountants. He succeeds
business through the summer -
company's 21-passenger DC-3 Sil- i Russell S. Bogue of Tampa.
while the club is inactive.
Courtesy Ferry-Morse Seed Oo. I
verlmers as well as its four-en- ,
The time to kill weeds in your garden is before they begin to grow! gined DC-4 Silverliners and are effective Regular meetings. will be resumedin

Hoeing the surface soil in vegetable or flower garden not only destroys on a non-reservation basis. September.The .
sprouting weed seeds; it actually prevents their germination. As soon as The tariff will expire September -:I registration of Mrs. Amanda -
the seedlings break through in the garden rows so that they can easilybe 15. !. Jernigan as recording secretary NOTICEClosing
soil between and close to and also as a member of the
seen it is time to begin stirring the rows as Miami, Jacksonville. Orlando,
diSturbing <4 club was accepted with regrets.
the plants as possible without Daytona Beach Tallahassee Tam-
them. Either a hand hoe For the good of the vegetables and pa, Vero Beach and West Palm i Mrs. Jernigan and her family ha\'"

or a wheel hoe is an excellent tooLIf flowers and for the sake of a garden's Beach will benefit from the newair moved to Clewiston where they Hours for
few after the are now making their home. Mrs.
it rains a days
appearance, it is important to excursion tariff.
first cultivation, stir the surface soil cultivate all through the gardeningseason. -- ---.-- Marvel Griffith was unanimous' the Summer

again as soon as it is dry enough, Besides keeping ahead of LEESBURGGeneraltanag''r elected to succt'edtrs.. Jerniganas ter,.

but do not wait longer than a week the weeds, tilling the surface soil ,C. I.. Starnes of the Florida Watermelon recording secretary.Mrs. .
before cultivating a second time,- announced this Sue Rozelle was appointedto
lightly forms a mulch to prevent DR. D. S. SPOONER
rain-unless the groundis for the cltt'Jto
rain or no readiness for make arrangements
evaporation of moisture. It is par- week that all is in
too wet to work. ticularly essential to stir the soil the big Lake County show whichis send a gift box to the club's Office will be closed
Weeds within the row will prob- "adopted" war orphan, a Belgian
around plants as soon as soil and scheduled to be held June IS.
ably have to be removed by hand plants are dry enough after every Events arranged for include a boy in Brussels who is celebratinghis I All Day Friday

while the plants are small. Some' rain. Care should be taken however parade band concerts bathing birthday anniversary in July.
gardeners find an old kitchen knife \lr1. DuBose named chairmen of I
not to dig so deeply near the beauty review, watermelon cut-
a handy helper. Or a hand weederIs plants to Injure the roots. contest standing committees for the coming -
as I ting., barbecue pioneer DR. E. J. GRAHAM:
a convenient tooL As plants grow follows Mrs. Doris
=t, year as :
radio talent
dominate that, Another reason for cultivating the I baseball game que I
larger they usually so
weeds in the row do not prove garden all summer 58 that stirringthe water sports air show, fireworksand Carter Mrs. Sara program Thomas, education co-ordination and: : Office will be closed
soil allows air! to enter. Next to a coronation ball.
troublesome. Onions are one exception -
-elm vocation: Mrs. Izetta Kautz finance All WednesdayThese
; the spear-like leaves do not moisture, ventilation is one of the Day
Leva Richardson
Miami speed :
shade the ground enough to keep most valuable means of releasing sop The California to wtwwwM.
health Mrs. Sue Rozelle, international -
was :
down the husky weeds.Cinematic food to growing plants.. record for commercial planes
broken last week when an Eastern relations; Mrs. Clark Wilkinson hours
Airlines Lockheed Constellation membership: Mrs. Noia new

the 2.348 mile flight in Dragon, legislation; Mrs. Marvel 19 1947DD
completed effective May
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Holman have ,
I hours, 49 minute sand 26 sec Griffith news service: Mrs. AlmaFarrow
their Mrs. C. B. Lewis of six
I as guests
ChatterBy onds. I public affairs and Mrs. -- --- --
Americus, Ga. -- -- --
Malcolm Millar ,
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'BBErrrira "" II""It"" "' '''''1':1tIg : !
Gary Cooper is to be the prin- !I"II! !

cipal male star, and be will introduce

a new leading lady to the
screen this Sunday-Monday at th;:
Prince Theatre. The screen showis 1

"Cloak and Dagger", the new f Farm Machinery & Supply Co

leading lady is lovely Lalli Palmer.
Miss Palmer is as clever in her

performance as she is charming.
and I venture to predict she is
going to be one of the most popular -
feminine stars on the screen
The story involves the Office of
Strategic Service (a service rendered f g Canal Point Machine Works

to the armed forces during f
the last world war that was beyond -
( j
calculation.) the tracking

down of information leading- the

suspicion that Germany was aboutto f

launch an "atom bomb" on their l
enemies. Manufacturers Of

It i is packed wIth thrills, and
there are many moments in the I

picture when your throat will sud- Drainage and Irrigation Pumps and
denly close and your heart will begin

pounding as it is loaded with 1 1Tractor

thrilling 'u*pt'nOul scenes
It is indeed a picture that I do S Farm Machinery of Any Kind

not hesitate to reccomend to yo.: f

as one .>f the out-standing! pictur 1 !:;
'!> .>f thix last \\'orld'ar UNDER SUPERVISION OF: C. L. STUART

See p.u: at the movies MaiLadv j

Nearly Choked11'hile B

Lying In Red

Due To Stomach Gas I

f Truck & Auto RepairAnd

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June 6, 19t1. The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

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Are You A



No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees

green" no matter how red the light or how thick and fast the

traffic. He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warnings -

to dash across streets and highways in the shortest pos-

sible time, regardless of danger.

Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety

officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who

were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year. This
.i year his clan is increasing: by leaps and bounds, literally!
; SAFE-DRIVING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many
A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across onlyto

be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic
fore and aft?

Take this as your personal warning. The next time your
luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right

C. now to walk safely and live longer.Friday. .

Prepared by the Associated D.siH;!
of Florida the Florida Press Association
,and tie"' National Conservation
Bureau, as a p..btc! service.

Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Fnday June 6, 1947

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Mrs. A. D. Rogers and daughter. -I I Miss Ora Fay Cranford is no\ end from Billings. Mo., where she I Miss Betty Specr. re'eia degreeat

Beverly have returned to Miami employed at the Pahokee city hal was called last month by the criti- the graduation exercises at

after a visit with Mr. and in the office of City Clerk W. P. cal illness of her grandmother.Mrs. .

Mrs. J. D. Rogers in Pahokee. Walker. York's grandmother died ata Florida State College for Women

They were accompanied home by Mrs. Vernon Tillis and son. Tom- Springfield. Mo., hospital on on Monday at 10 a. m.Mr. .

Mrs. A. F. Rogers, Miss MargaretAnn my: of Tampa, visited Mr. and May 25! and funeral services were i and Mrs. William Metcalf

Walker and Miss Laur-3 Mrs. Wiley Tillis over the week- held on May 28. and children of Tampa are guests
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer and
I this week of their son-in-law and
who will visit in Miami.
Rogers Miss Jane Mitchell left thi91
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. end.Mr.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Fras-
Norwood Guthrie of Miami spent and Mrs. Henry Barwickand week for a visit with relatives in |
Burns and daughter will leave
the weekend in Pahokee visitinghis daughter, Betty Jo, left Tues- Knoxville. Tenn. |j ure
Sunday for a vacation at White Mr. and Mis. J. G.
Tomas Jr
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. day to spend the summer in Thomas Mrs. Oleen Stra 'hQrn and Mrs. 'I .

Springs Fla. While in North Guthrie, and his daughter, Miss \" lle, Ga. Tommie Lee DuBose, teachers at had as guests the past week theircousin
Florida the Spencer family will !I Staff McDowell
Sgt. Howard -
Marcia Jean Guthrie. Mrs. Vann Jackson York is expected Pahokee schools, will take summr ':
visit his parents in Lake City. who is
at Mac-
Paul Dale Clay 10-year-old SOT to return home this week- short courses at Florida State
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn returned -
Dill Field
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Clay of University (Florida State Collegefor i I near Tampa.
Friday from St. Peters- I I -
Okeechobee is recuperating froman Women), Tallahassee, starting I
burg. They were accompaniedhome |I NOTICE
their Alfred who has appendectomy performed at June 12.Upon |i "Notice Is hereby given that the
by son Memorial Hospital i'i I City Council of the City of Pahokee.
the Everglades her return from a'is t
been attending Florida Military Ads I Florida will on Tuesday the 24th day
and Mrs. Kahn's Tuesday.Mr. with friends in Key West Mrs ||I of June. A. D 1947 set as a board of

Academy by and Mrs. R. J. Schroder will Frances McDonald Harlow left., equalization for the purpose of equalIzing -
mother, Mrs. Idelson, who is visit- the assessments of real and personal -
leave Sunday for Gainesville where PUBLIC Stenographer, Mrs. VanJ. this week to spend the summer vacation property lying: in the City t>fPahokee.

ing here. Mr. Schroder will take a short York at Everglades Discount with her parents in Galelin, 1 I Florida subject to taxation
of Canal Point for year of 1947 Any person desiring
DE'nnis'Uson course in modern waterworks tech- Company in new Wroten Buildingon to contest or aggrieved: at such assessment :
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., of Florida, Bacom Road Mo.Miss may be heard on said date
nique at the University Point in Paho Reba Henry left Monday
students at Palm Beach Junior Witness my hand as City Clerk cf
June 914. kee. If to spend the summer with her par- the City of Pahokee. Florida pursuant -
have returned home for i to Ordinance No. 25
College, I of said CI'y
and ents in Orlando.
Mrs and Mrs. LeoVrotE'n
this 2nd dav of .Junt'D 1947W .
the summer vacation. daughter Barbara left Wednesdayfor EVERGLADES HOUSE OFBEAUT" Mrs. H. L. Speer went to Tallahassee -' P. WALKER
Mr. and :Mrs. Hollis Whitman i City Clerk
where \ to
Hendersonville. N. C.. Sunday see her daughter. Pub June 6. 12. 20. 1947
and daughter, June Fay, former I they will spend a month's vaca All Phases of Beauty Culture

Pahokee residents now living in tion. Miss Ruth Wroten accom- Phone 4292 NOTICE

Bowling Green, visited friends panied them as far as Jacksonville Lake Shore Drive Canal PointSEPTIC Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or 1'0 much thereof -
here over the weekend. as will be necessary U> pay the amount due for taxes for the year 1946.
where she will be maid of honor a: herein set opposite to the same, to gether with the cost of such sale and advertising -
:Mrs. Harry M. McIntosh and the wedding of her cousin Miss tanks and grease traps will be sold at public auction on the 7th day of July A. D. 1947 attwelve
children are visitors in St. Peters- cleaned and repaired.Phone o'clock noon at the City Hall in the City of Pahokee. County of Palm
May Bailey, this weekend. Beach and State cf Florida.
burg this week. 3872, Bob Douthit Pahokee. :M17c
:Mrs. J. R. York will leave next
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Connell I
week for Gainesville where she HOUSE PAINTING: see John c. I H
had as guests the past week their I :=
take six weeks' course at Chandler, veteran ...
will a a Pahokee :!i c; to .,
daughter, Mrs. Gwen Siprer, and the University of Florida, starting Fla. DESCRIPTION OF ::; s I c' c ...
daughter, Lynda Kay, of Lake June27p LAND I l a 3 E mc :8
? & :
the :
June 12. After completing ; I < oi
Wales and :Mrs. Harold Howlandof
CHEMICAL-WELD repairs cracked I I
course she will visit relatives in

Sacramento Calif. Tennessee, North Carolina and valve seats, cracked Diesel Lot 1 Rice Sub. Elk 2 18 42 37 Me!'. R. W. Bowers $22.10
Miss Connie Marshall Pahokee before home. heads, cracks in cylinder wall, Lot 11 & 12 Friend
School 1947 is Virginia returning Sub of Tract 28
High graduate, now
car blocks and heads.
Mary Opal Jaudon of Brandon Bring Blk 2 ___nhUhh_ 18 427 Freeman' Campbell 22O
employed as stenographersecretary work to Komer's Blacksmith Lot 1 Geiger Sub.

for Thadd Whidden. local attorney Fla., was a guest over the week- Shop. Pahokee Fla. 4. Silk. I _____n_ 18 42 37 B. Elliott 600S.
July Wly 4' of the N. W.
of end of her uncle and aunts :Mr.
starting on Tuesday 12-1' of Lots 2-1 & 25 18 427 F. & R. Corporation 963
this week. and Mrs. Wiley Tillias and Mr. and IRRIGATION SYSTEMS-Alum- N. WIy 62' of S. Ely

Mrs. H. L. Jaudon in Pahokee. 116' of the S. WlyIS'
Raquel Mindlin Pahokee High inum-Automatic dia. U S E L
of Lot 2S _____ 18 421 F. & R. Corporation 960
School 1947 graduate is leaving 1, :Miss Barbara McNamara lef Galvanized, good condition, 3,4, 5 5 Ely 50' of the N.

this week for New York City Tuesday to spend the summer va 6, and 8 inch dia., drilled or riser Wly 184' of S. Wly
I I I 15' of Lot 25 _uu_ 18 42 ?1 F. & R. Corporation 9 GO
where she will be the guest of her cation with relatives in Boston type, in Miller, Ames and Champion. Lot 5 Garden Sub.

sister while attending college I Mass. See or call 24-211, Race & Tract 9 unhU_ 18 42 31 Leon Guthrie 1860

there.J. :Mrs. Frances Moose, high school Race Inc., Winter Haven, Flor- Lot 14 13 Tract Tract 5 5 __ __ 18 18 42 42 31 31 GE'n.Gt'n. Purchasing Purchasing: Co.Co. 1410Lot 1410

Benjamin Elliott and Constable librarian, left Saturday for Nashville ida. M302 I Lot 15 Tract 5 __n__ 18 42 5'7 Gt'n. Purchasing Co 1410
Lot 16 Tract S ___ __ 18 42 ;7 Gt'n. Purchasing Co. 1410
Francis Cross. Sr. visitors Tenn., to take a short course
are ,
_ ____
FOR SALE Pitcher Lot 21 Tract 5 18 42 31 Gt'n. Purchasing Co. 4 20
in Tallahassee this week. at the summer school at Peabody : pump Points Lot 22 Tract 5 ___ __ 18 42 :37: Gen Purchasing Co. 4 20
No. 2-$6, top and bottom leathers Lot 23 Tract S ________ 18 42 37 Gf'n. Purchasing co. 4 20
has .
:Miss Lillian Kimball University.Mr.
com- 50c for both. New alarm clock Lot 24 Tract 5 _____ 18 42 37 Gf'n. Purchasing Co. 420
pleted the school year at Monl- and Mrs. Carl Severson of Lot 2S Tract S _ n 18 42 37 Gt'n. Purchasing Co. 420
$3.50. :Money back guarantee. Lot 28 Tract S __ 18 U7 GE'n. Purchasing Co. 420
verde Academy and returned thld Miami were guests the past weekof
Lot S & 6 Washington
Schubert Route 1 Lake Worth.
week to spend the summer vaca- her son and daughter-in-law, Pk. Blk. 1 u______u 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 3300

tion with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crossman, in J13pd. Lot 12 Washlnttton
Pk. Elk. 2 u u 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1590
L. H. Kimball at Bryant. Pahokee. PHOTO copies of military discharge Lot 4 Wahlngton Pk.Bik. .

2 __.__ __ __u__ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1410
certificates, awards, citations !-
Lots 3-4-5 Washington
------ ---- birth certificates, death Pit. Blit. 4 nnhh 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1860

-- -- ----- --- - ---- -- - - certificates, diplomas, marriage Lot 12 Washington Pk.Bik. .

license, etc. Full size up to 18x22. 4 __ u. _____u_ 18 42 31 A J. Garnet 11 40

wallet size 2l. x31/z inches. See Lot PIt.5 &Blk.6 Washington 3 __ ---_n 18 42 31 A..J. Gamet 6361)

Prince Theatre Claude Jones, Pahokee. June20c Lot 13 Washington Pit
Blk. 4. __. 18 42:7 A. J. Gamot 11 40
Lot 9 Washington Pk.
AVON Products needs a representative Bik. 1 __. _ . __ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1410
in Canal Point and Lot 7 Washington Pt.Bit. .

2 .--... .. 37 A. J. Gamot 1866
Belle Glade. Write district manager : :
Lot 33 &-34-- ---- -_- 37 A.: J. Gamot 54 60
Sunday &: Monday P. O. Box 1101, West Palm 'Lot 3J and 34 A __n 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 2400S.
Beach. J6pd I. of Tracts 36 & 37
5 Acres _nnuu_ 18 42 31 S A. J. Gamot 1860Lot
17 and and part
FOR SALE: Neat new little 2 I of lot 15 Il 16 Lake
Glade Park UTr.. 13 . 18 37 W. G. Hull 54 60
June 8-9 bedroom home in Belle on :
I Lot 4 _- _-_ -- --_-- 13 36 C T. Jackson 2940Lot
large lot, $5500. half cash immediate I 4 A _ _ 13 42 36 C. T. Jackson 204
C. A. Bailey. Tract 4 _h h __n_ 13 42 36 3 C T. Jackson 100fi
possession. S. 80' of Lot 11 _h___ 24 42:36: A L. Mldyt'tt4 1660
ADVENTURE Phone 70 Belle Glade. J204tc S. 80' of Lot 11 A 24 42-6 A L. Mldyt'tt4 150
AN WITHOUT PAR LLEL.t? Lot 9 and 10 A and
.. FOR SALE: Three bedroom homein Part of Lot 7A _. 2-1 42 36 George C McLarty 600
Lot 9 and 10 part of
Geiger subdivision $6500.! immediate Lot 7 .. 24 42 36 George C McLarty 54 roAn

li possession, terms $10110> unplattf'd. triangle
5196 hv 8551' of
cash, balance $52 monthly. C. A. Tract 5 __ 18 42 37 George C .f"Larty 341 60
Gary Bailey, Phone 70. Belle Glade J20; loOt 3 Tract S 18 42 37 George: C. .fC'Lartr 1660
-------_-- Lot 10-11-12 Tr 5 J8 42 37 George C. McLarty 9960S.
FOR SALE 32 lots in Streamline W. Corner Lot
: 22 t. 23 18 42 37 George C. Mrl.artS" 7260
subdivision for colored. C. A. Tracts 71-72-73-.t and

I Bailey. Phone 70 Belle Glade. J20c 3 acres of Tract 70
I and that part of
i Tract 66 lying South
LOST: Theta Delta Chi fraternity of arfl..ld Hjh..y 18 42i1 Duncan Pad."tt. 73 50

Coopers( I pin.. shield surrounded by pearls. South In deed West-bork Corner 701pat. a.

owners name on back of pin. .. 136 185 Acres 17 42n Duncan I'ad..t'tt. 600
I James B Hapenbuch. Liberal reward Lot 29 Tract S 18 42 37 Duncan Padgett 760
Lot 30 Tract S 18 42n f"mran I'a".tt. ,JO
... | write owner P. O. Box 1152. Lot :n Tract 5 18 42 31 Duncan Padgett 660
? West Palm Beach. J ',cn Lot 1 N Canal Point
--- -- -- --- -- : 6 8 42.1 Duncan Padgett 1143

., .#' IN A ROLE MORE DANGEROUS roll %\LK: One Binks electric Lee 2 N Canal Point

.S EVER PlAYED' paint motor hose, com- Rd and Let 2f'
M THAN ANY HE sprayer nit e I n ":7 Duncan I'adgett II 40
prc>.->r and Rtm. complete. Bacon- Lot 3 N Canal POInt
Jnne. Hardware. Pahokee. Phone R.:1: and to :W Hk 8 a 42 37 Duncan 'adiptt II ,S
E 30 of Lot 4 Canal -
I 2.:>.1. Point Rd and E ,
"CLOAK ----- ----- 30.of Lot U' Bit 8 I 42 37 Duncan hlrdptt 'If
1 l'411: KK.NT::' : One Duplex apart- Lot 130' by 165' : ECorner "'
of Tr II 4J' G a hncll .'a
'".-rt. North Canal Point Pbor.UK Lot 1 A 13 CJ 11 Carmen tl.lvatere 1 of

334 ltii Tract 1 U 42 :5 4'2 C'WIDPI1 Bat at0I* I' a1

i' I.o1 ILk I Savatore; Sub II 42 31 C'aJ"IIW'D 8al'1'atGft I.'
i ? AND : 111'1'and sell used farm Lot I Salvatore Still.n:1t .

q pmr.t Miller .{ Parker itKITTV. : 1 1. Un: car.a" re ;sLot
13 h 14 SaitatoreSib
and Co. .
1 M.ithinery Supply Sit 1 11 an: Oa-r..n Sa: a', 1Y, :_. a
fLr F'r" 531. Canal Point. Fla. tic t r. B'k 7 II 42 :27 IE J Sr.arc.r.. 44
Lot 2 0 mlt 7 II 42 'n If '...' '. 1
AG6ER. r\KM i.oN... sriooo up m well J.I'I 3 0 Bar 7 8 G.7 If : ....... s.1In
) N .f V4 GD1k
;LIr6 aclr a k."" '. {*..'1 impr'fd land and cat- 7 I a n If J' ILo'

J r 4 } V .'.. rand:,'!". I..n !., twenty years 2 at 2 Pr.nd S'.b -
Tract 28 i1k 3 18 42 t7 Camen. 'Wo:. '1
;p.tY. C A BAiN-y Bt'l'.e Glade. Lot 2& iJ1nc betseenPao

ea1L s, Fa: tfc ern : lid
.41t' : and W Main t8t III 42 ?7 t..n Wr.ten _. 'I!
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;; 1)4"U"11\\1: MONKto in- Park BIt 4 :- 4Z:7 J 6 u-r-r.a 1 '1

4y'l ""5t" Would\ you like to have' Lot 1 WaabtngWn R.Bit .
arRi1 S 1.' c n .J 6 3scDba. i ;1s

A N l PHIWTin\ \ -v, . \.....r mor.ev bnr.j/: you percent or Lot 11.and '2 or

\ w ** a1TN "v"-.1'' J'J' .'!. .r and Belle 10 percent on safe invwtseston See C A P2 Bik S 11 a 3'7 .; W La,zreeet 1

I! A. EL JJOPOUJ T li CollKtar. CRg 1?
Bailey. Phone :a. BB nans
Glade..c fahtte4 Palm vad County
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