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:
June 13, 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).
General Note:
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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Vacation School 200 Piling DeliveredFor
I Re-Appointed Pastor I ILf'o

Starts June 23rd The Board of Stewards of the Johnson
Methodist ChurchThe 'roten, Kenneth Swimming PoolState
First Methodist Church in Paho I! and Raymond Caruthers jr., members

kee will meet next Thursday Evening First Methodist Church an of the Pahokee chapter. Future
The Vacation Church School o' at 7:30 in a Covered dish supper nounces the reappointment of Rev. Farmers of America joined : Representative B. Elliott

the First Methodist Church has inviting the families of the C. T. Howes as Pastor for another several Fort Myers FFA boys Sat I was guest speaker at the Tuesday
been postponed and will begin on weeks FFA field luncheon meeting of the Pahokre
members to be with them. The year. Rev. and Mrs. Howes Nell urday on a two
Monday June 23rd at 9:00 A. M. business session of the meeting Helen Mary Ann and Daniel trip through the Eastern states. A : Lions Club. Introduced by Rupert

The church is again fortunate in will follow the supper.Preporations Howes and O. B. McClure returned feature of the trip will be a sightseeing Mock, program chairman the
securing the services of a Comradeship - Sunday Evening from St. Peter- tour of Washington, D. C. speaker explained to the Lions!,

Team to assist in the Made burg where the Conference was They are accompanied by RichardL. I I step by step the procedure of
work of the School. This Team of I I Brooks, advisor of the local making laws in the Florida State
held. From the reports of the con
workers consisting of an Adult For B. G. MeetingThe ference it was easy to realize that FFA chapter. Legislature from the initial step
Counselor and three or four young j of preparing and introducing a bill
this has been one of the best An -
people will come to us from Conference through committee action to tbe-
executive committee of the
nual Conferences ever held in Flor
Training Center at First ;, final step when the bill reachesthe
Resources Development Board i ida. The Pastor's reports gave Three Robot Stations
Methodist Church Lakeland, Flor governor for signature or veto*
directors is scheduled to discuss almost
evidence of unusual work by
ida. The delay of one week will Watch For HurricanesMIAMI Mr. Elliott also gave a report on
problems involving the control of every church in the entire
make possible better preparationon I the bills which he and Russell O.
both railroads and water at their Conference. Former Pastors appointments -
the part of both the local workers :Morrow his fellow representativefrom
Three experimentalrobot
meeting set for 4 p. m. today. of interest locally are; -
and the ones coming from the I Palm Beach County introduced
weather observation stations
Ray h'erson'ic(' president, will Joe A. Tolle, Bradenton: Fred L.
Conference making possible a bet- will the hurricane wat!*:h during the past session of
i I preside at the meeting which will Martin, Live Oak: T. A. Ferguson, join
ter school than I the .
thought possible.Many legislature.Lewis
I he held at RDB headquarters in hattahoochee: J. P. Gaines, Bush- this year. !
will recall that able Friend, chairman of the
we were '. The Weather Bureaus Storm j|
the absence of C. \\ Garner Del- nell J. A. Hendry, Alachua and J.
to secure a team last year and will ray Beach president.The E. Statham Veterans Hospital. Warning Service, which swings in- j| swimming pool project committee.I .
remember with pleasure the fine willreceive I reported that 200 piling have been
seasonal June 15
to activity
recent ICC decision under Lake City. Many of these asked |
Vacation School and the work ac three delivered to the city park and will
which the Atlantic Coast Line to be remembered to many of the reports every
complished. Remember the date: hours from unmanned automatic: I be driven to solid rock to form
would acquire control of the Florida local citizens.
Monday. June 23rd, 9:00: A. M. at stations located Orange Key in the foundation for the pool.
East Coast Railroad, will \y Rev. Howes will use as the sermon on
the First Methodist Church. A : Plans for the Lions annual installation -
the Bahamas. Rock in the Cay
discu.s.cedith:: the view to possi- subject Sunday Morning: "My: Dog
very cordial invitation is extendedto Cub.i of new officers anlladies'
Sal Bank off northeastern
ble application for re-hearing. I" Talents and God". At the Evening
all the children of the commun- night program on June 27were
the RDB has stood throughout for Hour of 8:00 the subject will be and at Flamingo near Cape Sable
ity to attend the school.. independent operation of the FEC. "Religious Radiance." at the tip of the Florida mainland.Each I' discussed..
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Preparations for the War Dept. station will broadcast sig-

Elks To Have Father's hearing June 18 in Belle Glade on nals to storm warning headquarters Pahokee City Council
Federal aid for water control along at Miami which scratched ;into ;
.Day Exercises June 15 the North River and Miami canals Personal'ltems a waxed paper tape, will tell mete- | Will Back Health Unit

will be discussed in conjunctionwith orlogists the barometric pressureand
The Pahokee Elks Club No. formulation of a future water wind direction and velocity. I The Pahokee City Council at a

1638 will bold its annual Flag Day control polciy. The hearing has Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thompkins of meeting Tuesday night went on
and Father's Day exercises at 4:45p. been called by Col. Willis Teale Miami will spend Father's Day I record as approving tentative

m. on Sunday June 15th. according U. S. district engineer. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Methodist Close plans to organize a Palm Beat-h
to Harold Rosenberg Exalted --. D. Fields in Pahokee. Their son. : I.I County Health Unit and offeredthe

Ruler. Rev. A. J. Lively will FVC To Meet In Ricky who has been visiting his I Revival Sunday Night County Commission its! full
give the address ably assisted ty grandparents here the past week I backing and cooperation in a countywide -

Robert O. Lamp! with appropriatemusic. Orlando] June 16-18 will return home with them. A Basket Dinner on the groundsof health program.All .
The entertainment will be Rev. William T. Blair has returned the Canal Ponit Methodist appointive officers and employes -

followed by free refreshments in ORLANDO Fresh vegetable to his pastorate at the Can- Church will honor Chaplain and who have been working forth

the form of ice cream cake and producers and suppliers from all al Point Methodist Church and Mrs. Merritt O. Slawson and son, ( city one year or longer we'e

soft drinks. The public is earnestly I I sections of the state will, frame the Rev. Carson T. Howes to his pas Jackie. The dinner will take place j:I granted a two-weeks' summer vacation -
requested to attend. The wives coming year's production and sales orate at the Pahokee First Methodist on Sunday. June 15, after the with pay. An ordinance revising -
and children are" especially invited.It I I policies in the annual meeting of Church at the annual Methodist morning service. All friends and I I the boundaries of restricted -
will be remembered that en ;j jMother's residential zones within the
St. Pei-
the Florida Vegetable Committeej Conference held in neighors are invited to participate. I
Day a'ery sincere and I j June 16-18. ersburg last weekend. The congregations Please bring enough food for your city limits was passed on firs

enlightening program was presented !|!i Several hundred growers have of both churches welcomethe family and your own eating uten- j 1, reading.!
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to the public many of whom ]1 I registered to participate in th return of their pastors for another I sils. Bt''t'raJf"sill be furnished

attended and' sincerely appreciated : business of the FVC. a non-profit year. by the Woman's Society. In case Sugar Rationing Ends
the services.Veterinarian. i' volunteer membership group. Mrs. Francis J"anJ"a. Jr. ha4 returned of rain the dinner will be held in j'I
I' For Household Use
- I LaMonte Graw. manager of th. to her home in Brooklyn. the parsonage. |I

Opens i i FCC said the three-day meetingwill N. Y.. after a two weeks' visit The response to the week of Revival j
feature addresses and panel with her parents. Mr. and Mr". Services by Chaplain Slawson I| WASHINGTON Household and
Office In Belle GladeDr. I I discussions on problems of labo:'. Frank O'Connell. in Canal Point i is indeed gratifying. The clear cu: institutional sugar rationing model

i foreign and domestic competition. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connelland issues and straightforward messages
H. A. Krig. veterinarian. hs merchandising pest and disease daughter. Ann and nephew. I brought to the congregation: ; Agriculture Secretary Clinton P.

opened an office in the Sanders control. and pre-packaging. Donald Danson. are visitors in Miami by this beloved minister are serving Anderson announced late Wednes

Building in Belle Glade. Despite j ---- today.Mr. : as inspiration and instructionto day.Price
the growth of the live stock industry Mead Escaped I : and Mrs. Charles A. Baker all who have filled the churrn controls (.n sugar will remain -
: !
i Aubrey
in the Glades area the services -, returned! to Gaint'svlllplontl.1': '; every night.A and rationing; to industrialusers
of a local veterinarian have Serious Injury Sat. after spending the weekend visiting special service of Baptism will who will benefit by the end

not been available until now and her parents. Mr. and :Mrs be held! on Sunday morning at 11 (,f rationing are hotels, restairants. -

the cattlemen welcome Dr. Kris I Aubrey Mead. 10-year-old daughter B.V.. Wood in Pahokee and I hi A. :M.. Chaplain Slawson administering public institutions and im-

decision to open an office here. He of Mr and Mrs H. F Mead if par.'ntIr.: and Mrs William the Sacrament.Our lIar operator.
was formerly of Fort Pierce and Canal Point escape! serious injury Baker in Canal Point. :Mr. Baker thanks to the SIaw ons will! The sudden! termination of r ttinning. -

will make his nome in Belle GKu"-* when she was struck by a truck m is attending summer school at thI'mversitv 1... expressed through our Ixwv which has 1 Ken in -Tfwt

as soon as a house'r apartment is front of her home on Lake Front I of Florida:' Gift at the service on Sund.jv since April 20. KM 2. followed toe.
available.1rTEIIiNI. Price :around 4 p. m. Saturday. Mr and l :Mrs EnH'stt.tX'A'1I Night. air offerings being; presented allocation to this country of an a l
--e i Aubrey and A group of friends'vote have as guests her parents. Mr to him with our hope ami prayers liltll>nal .'.'dlf. *Ml l ton. out rof the.

: f, ( in Kdi 01* r.oii i playing: in bathins suits ",it.1 and :Mrs Beasley. of Georgia.Mr. fn r trlove! and prays and service world p..l and the knowU-dpe that

('.\*IP :\1ttTI: : \(; a garden! hoso on the front lawnof and Mrs }C. F:. Popwll of th-:* devoted family tr.itf: oir.'rv; wo iM b.> ar.;> to oba -
A more those ttendsr.jr tam her home. Trvinc to f's'ar" l,ave ths wvt-kond for a visit in Sermon topics for the remainder ": ar.-ird l 2OO ifiO t.ns more

Church of G<*1 camp' moetir.e in the stream of water that caught Baton Itnu . La and MisMssipp: of the Revival Week ir.rludFridav. from JavaTwo
Wimauma. 11this week are her full m the face. ,\uhrf' Louis Pope. Jr. Jon Russell "Follow Thou Me" S--: '

:Mr and Mrs Robert Tumfr. Mr. backward onto the road into a Pop T 'mmy Ohaitain and Hark- dav at & 1'01. "A Certain 11t'1 Pahokee tluth

and :Mrs H I> [)lIrrant't'. :Mr. and tru.-k rtc'In bv. she was tak'" ness Duncan will enroll at IN! PaTwo: Son:' There will, I"o
Mrs J H :Miller and fmily.Ir.: t.) the Everglades Memorial: Hospital Chimney R-..-k summer rAmp ;'1 vnnvn Saturday mitht. Chaplain Attend Hoys': State

:tr..1Ir": .lam.- lpthegrov and hit: returned !some that evenme North Carolina "n Monday next Slawaon will!! speak t-> t-K '
1" TAPt'.k.-.- If.ifft .<. t/1 ...tutI. -
at and 5 :Mrs Klmer tp- fter reo-vmc treatment for week. Sunday Srfcool on Sunday
th.'cnw.Ir.: and :Mrs Thomas, n minor cut and! hnli...'s. Mrs D.1,'. Cunningham ando"ldren A M. !..!".!*. &,bb Bakr of (4n"t Pom.
:Miller and Rev "r.1Ir: *. JM: I -e ! spent from Sunday until More than twenty members "f and flay flatten of Phok. *ratter.dinit "

irc* ham and family. The elevation of J L. Cooke tote Tuesday evening in Tampa on the Turing Married FInnhp! : the I> ionrpneaostol
---e_ rvstf' surriRtertdent of h.tln" met after the service Tuesday to <.ya' State in Tallahassee tfciwrk .

With such veteran campaigner* ; transportation for the :Seaboar-1::: Mr Miry PtiBnw" of Oolurabw. greet their former pastor and rlo efnendfi. Baker wa int to IJoy

as R A. t l...'\> Green and GradyHurtt'n Airline Railway, with headquart-: Ga arrived in Pahokf this week the Sl&w osis The Loon State under the auspices of CAnal -
in the race for Attorney ers at ='orfolk..a... has been announced f"r a riil her on: and General considerable putlic interest : bv the line' central man- r-in-law. Mr and Mrs. W. M. were bot for the meeting of felws"p ton \* being sponsored>> by Fred ardEstablished
should devtlep. I ac ?r. C II Sails: Pn. 'I : *.:.d ::1 t'-e I hey-v Marlfei:,! prel' r,

Page Two The E\erslades News Canal Point. Florida Friday June 13, 191';

THE EVERGLADES NEWS a new roof put o". Ando it goes: I' Bade City Market tra large eggs. 53 cents per dozen -
Before they get through, enough: ,. .
: large, 53 cents: medium, 19
needs are advanced to wipe out the I Reports J On PoultryJACKSONVILLE
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I cents: small. 44 cents. Poultry of-
present bank account and call fo-
Established! 1924 Published Every Friday several thousand dollars beside The Dade ferings for the week totaled 1.720

Subscription Price 82.00 Year In AdanceThe These needs as expressed by the State Farmer pounds for which producers received -
City :Market: received -
various members of the family: the following prices: Fry-
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn a total of 4.210 dozen eggsduring : ers. 33 cents heavy
represent bills introduced in a legi per ;
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Hatter: slature. The discussion about each the last weekly report hens, 26 cents; leghorn hens 20
need represents consideration of I I period. Manager James T. Johnson cent
Paul Ilardin Owner Editor Publisher revealed ...
committees. in a summary prepared --- ---
i for Jacksonville offices of Mr and Mrs Miller
:Mother's: demands are considered Angus spent
Florida State Markets Prices the weekend with relatives in,
Sugar Hoarding Advised reasonable and everyone agrees I
should be provided The sam paid were quoted as follows: E:.- ,: Ocala..
Sugar hoarding now has official agriculture department i
for all the other proposals.
sanction. Almost daily the department exhorts housewivesand : Dad goes has a few ideas of his own. ,

merchants to stock up. To lend weight to its plea, the He wants to expand his business; ,

government agency warns that sugar: may not be available build a new building and purchase i!
later in the season when the housewifeant > to do some needed equipment He says such
preserving.The action is imperative if he is to I

reason given for the lederally sponsored hoarding make :sufficient money to tak RESULTSThat's
of all the other items of e<:-
drive is the freight car fcarcity. Official say they want to care

get as much sugar into consumption channels as possible be- pE'ni'E'

fore the mammoth wheat crop ties up the cars. The family committee think: this what want from anin
: you -
is all tight too so long as they ,
Another possible reason not officially ballyhooed: If the
the they want.
government is quietly planning to drop sugar rationing and Dad's plans must not interfere vestment. Profitable production of

ceilings in the next"month or two well-stocked pantriesand with theirs and each member of

store shelves will act as a brake on any price boosting the family feels that his or her Poultry. Dairy and Hog products and

that might be attempted.-Wall Street Journad. demand is the most important and

should receive the first conideration Chicks raised to maturity

Heavy ResponsibilityTwo .
Dad points out that to do everything -
nurse maids were wheeling their infant charges in
that should be done is impossible -
the park, when one asked the other: "Are you going to the on his present financial Labor costs are the same whetheryou

dance tomorrow night?" into huddle to
basis, so they go a
"I'm afraid not," she replied. consider ways and means of raising use: a good feed or a poor one,

"What!" exclaimed the other. "I thought you were so more money Sister Sue thinks
fond of dancing?" maybe she could get a job and con- but there i is a big difference in re-

"I'd love to go," explained the conscientious: maid, "but to tribute something. Son Bill offersto

tell you the truth I'm afraid to leave the baby with its sell his stamp collection and
mother!"Santa Fe Magazine thinks maybe he could realize
enough on it to pay for the radio sults.Eschleman's
he wants.
Come Spring Dad has prepared a budget basedon Feedsare

his past earnings and his present -
Benton Bustleberry was out briskly pushing the baby
bank balance but he is afraid;
cart when a neighbor inquired:
he won't do so well during the next;:
"Out airing your son, Bustleberry? if he feeds and
two years and doubts can quality we have one exactly -
"Not exactly," replied B. B. "I'm out sunning my heir.- count on as much revenue H? ,

Christian Science Monitor. thinks maybe they should try and suited to ;your needs.
cut expense Maybe let the maid

Benefits Of Higher EducationAn I so and do less entertaining But
these suggestions don't set very
advantage of a college education is that it enables one well.

to get into so many more interesting kinds of trouble.N. .- So. the conference winds up with

D. Prairie Flower.Councilmaniacs. everyone agreed that during the
next two years mother must havJ
a new car dad must build a new KILGORE SEED CO. '
building and expand his businessand
A story about efforts to solve budget matters in the the house must be painted. I.
Parkersburg Pa., Post was headed: "Borough Fatheds Everyone must have a lot of new BRED-RITE SEEDS
Budget Trouble.-Editor and Publisher. clothes Bill must go to college i
and this represents the passage of
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Pahokee Fla. Phone 3201
do would make another sizeable bills by the legislature calling for ,

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY volume. word which improvements they have or failed services to provide for I !
Maybe I can draw a picture
funds It is like 20 _{I
authorizing I - -- -- -- j jI
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that the average person can understand -
Let's reduce the legislature new school buildings, several new
four-lane highways and a new
to a "family circle. Imagine I. -- - "
(By Russell Kay) this family group seated state hospital and not providingthe ,
r around the living room drinking necessary money. : JUST LOOK AT OUR
Well, the 1947 legislature agreed
To the average citizen, busy with :I coca problems colas that and must discussing considered family that a lot of things should be lion, NORTH WINDOW DISPLAY

his own affairs, the activity of a during the next two years. and passed measures calling for

legislative session is beyond his Dad gets out his pencil and begins changes and improvements that Here you will find articles in stock

comprehension He hears of this : to figure. Business has bt enprt'tty wall take a lot of money if earned which
I out. They took it for granted that we are offeringyou at a big reduction -
and he has
or that bill being introduced favorable : good somemoney
or unfavorable committee in the bank. He also has present revenues will continue on in price, namelyOneThird. _ .
about their present level and decided -
made provision for insurance and ,
reports, passage of measures by certain fixed to let Dad worry about where
house and senate, but it all adds: I I Mother starts the ball rolling by the money was coming from. It OffGood
up to a question mark as to what 'stating that she needs a new car made little effort to effect economies -

really happened and a lot of new clothes Bill. the and indications are that the
A publisher suggested that I devote eldest son wants to go to college money will run out before the program only for the next {,,-weeks..

this column to a resume of it appruved can be accomplished -
and wants a radio, clothes and a
what occured this session. That few other things Sister Sue wants In these samples of our merchandiseyou

is a large order and I doubt if it her room done over and a who But dad can always call another will find
could be covered In a boom, much new set of furniture Grandpa says family conference In the mean-
less a column. What they didn't the house ought to be painted and time he will sweat it out trying to ELECTRIC & BATTERY RADIOS
I make ends meet and when he gets

behind with the rent or can't meet ELECTRIC BOTTLE STERLIZERS
/w. .. ._ his payroll he'll probably call the I
folks back in the parlor and have ELECTRIC HOT PLATES

I another try at untangling his f.rarcnl .-
From where I sit.// Joe Marsh backlash. TOASTERS FLASHLIGHTS

In the meantime, you can he'p
by buying more liquor smoking

Here's to more cigarettes. playing the races: FRYING PANS BON-BON DISHES
t but not in bookie joints and
. the Women-Folk! II -----

I yl>rRIIILF: (,L.S The Every Handy Electric
K\TKM.. IN\-\T10V
Theses a line at the heading of comfortable but t.-....rn chair I( A very cordIal invitation to tv" BROILMASTERIRONING

the Woman x lolumn in mdper that "Ie can't hear to throw aMal' { men of Pahokee to attend te BOARDS BROOMS:

:fiat read: Fr'n1 where I sit. tno e little | Men Bible Class of the Fuss'n through! the jrari have satisfaction> become more and Mfthf.list Church this summer I :MOPS FISHING TACKLE
.ti>od Keepers. of the flame . .*" nor impottirt ir this world of L* I's keep the summer attendance

l'rettyeasytar'ewhatitmcans; strife and chance SmoKe nnsMhetherit'stheti.'reonthehearthh '! as inch as possible The Teacher I Remember that we are headquarterfor -

curlinc from a rrellow pipea las! i PJ'C T Hewes.! will use a. ttu.h' -" Building and Farm Supplies anda
Suvliv God: and I
Morning I
of berg j
or i\\ v candle in the wirjow. or a cmfertahie chair t>t I
the fiHli'-jT .,warmth that ur- foretefre. .\- I has ben, sraifvT'e but we ar- .
rounds a home housewives keeper of the- ,
never satisfied as long as there is
Its dart"whose! to'erarce: and un I
the women who guardians
one man rot reached >
tt the .. derstandra! helps preserve tven't .
thing e cherish about I -----

alu..lif.-who are tolerant. of American busmen men planning

Mhe on the rue: the tin=s a gla-* 1/f..t.w/ taps' to LAtm-AmencA mar: brie '
of txer can leave on tables; or the c9' !. I themselves on cu torn- and !OJ t't"C'1 THE HARDWARE STORE

I I through \ special course offered : MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.

C.-ri .; ,: l ;'. t ,,"fcJ :..:o b''riser, f....a :...,a bv tKe. Rdlle Inter-Artier--an Col-! i,;.
legs f Coral) Cable: i

June 13. 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Thru


ease this situation. Congress is
Malaria I

I Grow Perennial Flowers From Seed J JJtii Regulation ChangedA mailing proposing costs to increase by which second most class

newspapers ditsribute outside their

warning to war veterans who carrier area.

are receiving compensation front The new rate increase received

the Veterans Administration for the support of more than two
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Bacon of Pa-
service-connected malaria was issued thirds of both houses of the legi
hokee announce the birth of a
today by James A. Stafford slature.
at the e
daughter. Constance Lea .
assistant state service officer for
Everglades Memorial Hospital on I this district who pointed out that The Florida Outdoor Writers

June 7. the VA has changed the requirements Association will play host to th

Pahokee Mr. and announce Mrs. Foye the Lassiter birth of of a .- ; : : : ; ;vt .., on malaria cases recently.The National Outdoor Writers of

new .regulations coveringthis America when the annual meetingis
at the Everglades -
daughter Norma Fay disease put the burden of held at St. Petersburg June 3
Memorial Hospital en
proving that the condition still exists to 10. Over 600 sports writers

June 5. on the veteran. In the past from all sections of the countryare
Mr. and Mrs. John Weomans of
the VA could stop malaria compensation expected to attend.
Canal Point announce the birth of -
unless a physical examination -
a son at the Everglades Memorial Mrs. Homer Clause and
was made by them of the grandson -
Hospital on June 10._ veteran. Jack Stanley, have returned
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However under the new regulations from a 10-day visit with relatives

l l (compensation be automatically and friends in Ocala. Sanford and

stopped at the end of a St. Petersburg.

twelve-month period-unless the

; veteran submits an affidavit from
7 ; his physician to the effect that he

has treated the veteran for a malaria -
Tractor Trouble ?
attack giving dates of treatment -
Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. :Meredita:
and full particulars. Blood Maybe Your
Earl left Thursday -
and son. Douglas
smears are al>>o recommended.One .
to spend the summer with relatives Photo Courtesy Ferrr-llone Seed OB. MAGNETONeeds
proof of attack is all thatis
in Pueblo Colo. I You can save considerable garden money and add new zest to your required each twelve month'

Mrs. Callie Alderman of Lake'' gardening by growing your own perennial flowers from seed. The best I Stafford explained. He advised

Placid is visiting her sons Joe and quality seeds cost only a few cents a packet and with simple care will that the veteran visit the doctor

L. G. Alderman and families in produce scores of plants to bring color and beauty to the garden for I each time an attack occurs sn REPAIRINGLet

Pahokee this week. years to come. Most perennials grown" from seed bloom the second year
that there will be a medical recordof us do the |ob quick

Joyce Lovell has enrolled for a I after sowing. the condition. Veterans service iy with our factory tools
Seed should be started at about
I Some perennial seeds and testing equipment
six-weeks' summer course at are very officers of the state, counties and
the same time as that of the annuals We fully qualified
Junior College in West Palm 1 I small. Mix them with sand so that Veteran Administration will assist
such zinnias and mari- to service oil standard
Beach. I'I as they will" not be sown too quicklyin r the malaria-stricken veteransto
The secret of is to magnetos
golds. success
VE'ek3'and the row and merely press them get medical treatment at VA
Mr. and :Mrs.: Inman \V. \ : get the seedlings to transplanting I 1 FAST RELIABLE
into the soil instead of
covering expense.
son Murray are leaving this size early enough so that when set
them. seeds need shallow
weekend for a two weeks' vacation I' in their permanent places in gardenor Larger a
I covering of soil. Firm the soil downon I
in the Carolinas.Mr. border, they will get a good root- them so that they will make immediate Legal AdvertisingRates

:: and Mrs. Earl Pickren of'' hold before cold weather comes on. Dave ritockman's
contact with the moisture Are Boosted
Bay of Pines spent the weekend :in I'I A specially prepared seed bed or and plant food. Keep the soil moist :Machinery V Sales and

Pahokee visiting his part'nts.Ir.:: seed box is best for starting peren- \J ServicePhone
but not wet until the seeds Repair
sproutSome TALLAHASSEE The Florida
nial seeds. A seed bed can be easilyprepared
and :Mrs.: J. R. Pickren. gardeners spread damp burlapover
knocking the bottomout legislature has increased the min-
Friends of Rev. J. :M.: Gresham by the surface to furnish needed 113WCLEWISTON

gathered at his home Monday evening i of a good-sized shallow wooden moisture removing it at the first imum rates for legal advertisingfor FLORIDA
box and sinking the sides into the
to help him celebrate his birth- I sign of sprouting. the first time since 1877, to
I, ground. The top should be about I
day anniversary at an outdoor par- two or three inches above the sur- Here are a number of perennialsthat meet rising costs of publishing.The '

ty and fish fry. More than 45 face. Use finely prepared, crumbly beginners can start from seed new rate law which took

persons were present.Mrs. I garden loam containing plenty of with almost sure success: Columbine effect :May: 12th increases the CHIROPRACTORWEST

J. M. Gresham and Mrs. R. hwn L It is important to locate the gaillardia, coreopsis, hollyhock, charge for publishing the first of-

D. Durrance attended a party an! seed bed where it will be sheltered painted daisy sweet william, hardy ficial notice from 50 to 70 cents a MON. PALM WED. and BEACH

family reunion honoring Mrs. from strong winds and from sunlight pinks hardy alyssum, and the violas. square inch, and for subsequent insertions i I FRI.BELLE OLADE

Gresham's mother Mrs. J. L. during the hottest part of the day. Perennial seeds usually take som of the same advertisement \I TUE3, THURS. and BAT.

Branson on her 73rd birthday anniversary A seed box or flat may also be used, what longer to germinate than those from 25 to 40 cents a square DR. L. S. JONESSuite

on Thursday night of with hole bored in the bottom for of annual flowers. Don't be discouraged inch. No other changes in the I 301-O2 Com .u Bldg

last week. The party was held in drainage. This has the advantage if the tiny sprouts do not show legal rate law were made. Phone 3661 West Palm Beach. Fl*

the Community House South Miami
with Mrs. A. G. Gresham act- when aacrosa 7. after the seed is sown. told that costs of everything "

ing as hostess. going into the printing of a news-

Mr. and Mrs. Lydon Beall of I paper have gone up from 50 to 150 CHILLS FEVER

West Palm Beach were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Cbastain Corporate Incomes Show per cent since 1940. Many weeklies DUE TO MAURIARELIEVED666

her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and daughters. Dorothy and Eleanor were facing the further fact
30 Per Cent Rise in 43
and Mrs. Myers Fountain and have returned from a visitin that newsprint paper could not be

Mrs. Pauline Rice in Pahokee Sat- North Carolina where they attended I WASHINGTON. Corporationsfiled had at any cost last winter and
income and excess profits tax
have been able .
urday.R. only recently they
the wedding of Bill Connally -, returns totaling $15.898.312.000 for
L. Odum of West Frankford. to reclaim **C'rap'hitt' paper to I
Mrs. Chastain's brother. En- 1943 an increase of 30 per cent over
Ill., arrived in Pahokee Saturdayto
1942, the treasury revealed.It .
join his wife and children on a route to the Carolinas Mr. and
I announced the figure in making
visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chastain and Dorothy attended -
public data from 455,753 corpora- 1
Mrs. E. F. Coleman. Mr. and :Mrs.: the graduation f>exercises at
tion income tax and excess profits
Odum and children plan to returnto I Shorter College. Rome., on June 2 tax returns for 1943. filed through (

Illinois this weekend. at which time Eleanor received a i December 31, 1944 HAJJ

Mrs. Don Pinson and Mrs. Anderson bachelor arts degree. Of the total filed 283.698 returns

Chastain returned home I I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: R .F. Carlton of showed net income of $28.689.371.000. .-

Tuesday from a visit with rt>la'i Nocatee are arri'ingin Pahokee while 136.787 indicated a def

tives and friends in Louisville this weekend for a visit with their- icit of 898720000.:;! Another 35.268

:Mrs.: C. H. TUlis left Thursday son-m-law and daughter. :Mr. and were from inactive corporations T o

to spend the summer with her son I Mrs S E. Gammage.Miss showing no income. t
Virgil Tillis. and family in Wilson.S. Ada Hill who has been the 1i"G"

house guest of her brother-in-law 'I O\

C.Mrs.. Grruly Echols has returnedto I and sister. :Mr.: and :Mrs: H. C Use of Cane Alcohol in : U

her home in Canal Point aftera I Graham in Pahokee. left this week Making Beverages Banned '- .#

10-day visit with her father. J. for Wet Palm Reach for a visit -: -
D. C. The
government 4
L. PoLoach. and other relatives 1:1 I with her brother and sister-m-la -- - ... .i.l
the ,
has banned use of cane .
Lanedale. Ala. Mr and :Mrs Richard D. Hill before ... ............
'I alcohol for alcoholic beverages.In I I I.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kahn arein ,r[ returning to her home inPhiladtlpma. announcing the order the civilian ; .!..:. '.. .
Orleans attend Pa. the end of this
New this week to -
production adm.nistration said it .; .. ,,
exercises at month. .. ,
the graduation .
is being imposed to provide -
tinv Mr and :Mrs. Paul McLaunn \ ;'
Tulane University at which tioral molasses from which cane .., - """
their nephew Leon Kahn will receive and .iiphter. Paula of StarkeKla r.1ade-kr essentialuses. -- \ : II!' -
alcohol is more =
-' ..;-
"di -
a degree in medicine .. were guests of Mr and! Mrs ' -

:Mr.: and Mr Sam McKmstry.Jr. J Leo Maxwell in Pahokee the The agency said molasses it .: t = li -as.lf .

.. and children have gone to pastfek.. urgently reeded -- i 1!!!!

Kings Ferry. N Y, for the sum i I :Mrs James Harry Wilkinson. : '

I I Jr. hat core to Charleston: S C. <
Hunting Parlance yW \ :
and Eugene Oamthcrsare to ion: her husband who is en. .- .
: Mcst bor.ers in th!;- vocabulary I ---- .-7 ;
visiting their uncle and aunt. gaet-d in the vegetable produce C s jf
if many recple when they Q
Mr and :'oIl's. J C Cinithers. in ; business trrre: They plan to via': speak of *r- rtr.iit arms and .... ., ns _...
ammunition -
i in New York before v -.s:= or 5 ]
:Miami this week [ City retuni- are the f++ilcwjig words: Dul- 'we."i'C A '-

:Mi.* :Mary Helen Hooks of Cat.- ,, ira: N mo. let when they mean cartridge, which ,-tj e '--;;:U2rlC24

al Point and :Miss Lillian !' Mr. and n It IJoland and sons is a corr.fkte round cf ammur.i- Ywt rc3"el J

..f Bryant will leave this week It : turned this week from a 10-day t.or.; cartridge, wen: they mean l"'/" red '1,.. .. O "afti ;j

attend the summer s-hoi nt visit in d>li.rbus: Ga. only the p-oecte.! : gar when they 'c." Iv Ii ..
Q 1 -
:\t'ntt"\'ni. Academy! ----- --- mean r: 't'. wv: c1 is a nVi ar f i I Co. i aril... 1I'..
... i
Miss :Nancy Stevens! is the ho u" \ pu". : ,> ""al'n.g t'.ibele.s.s Jir.'. rifie. when they min ttr's-, O: .. IV j

ir'ift of Mrs llmaer inV .goal f tr. ''f.c.'urers: ".!*!(... w..::ch r..- a s'I:> re. { .- :

\\ Palm IVa h this wwkMr the dawn tht aut-m..tve t ra. when T.:tO r i ..- Mixer, a".c.a ,

1L'ra.e t'nwin and childrenir.d has been .J. vl..... d bv< the B F. ft '. > ... .. k i : :.('..1 j -: .. .

. Mrs t'nwtn's sister Mss Uu :i C,Wruh! C.''-v and will ,a..onb ttt ...t.: tr.< \ ".-' .'

arr.. ;ithovt: a n'C.. .
f.x-hrar .,TV spending svr.Iw va.lablf m limited quantitiesT1
-.- ma azr.t'
t-ks With relatives in Illinois

Timothy J.ime.Mullts.: GlenS first course In busnes. - ---

,wilr and! I. -nn'alkf'r., stu- !".**'ap..t.:;ent for title t.;,traotor" Mr and :Mr .l. L tt. . t- :

dt"ntt the University cf Flori ever offered by a colUgiate ms-
son aft111ton :r. Thr.n.asveGa
da. G.uresvilte. have returned tnvscation Tu::. r. > ::- 't''aat :New York'str.r ( \KTI.IMiKIfiKie: 1)1(1( (. STOKi;
.. and Orar-b ::
( .t.. ,: ', 1..r !':!' !
tietr to"t' h r. for t -ur.r.f' :: n r- P .. r.- ... ANAL It'JV<< FLAFriday.
1 .it C.m.Jmf'n I *-a. ;.

Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. June 13, 197

Florida Is Location I be ani made and on the Biscayne company Key will at return:Mi: Decorating City For I Airlines :Made New Governor Vetoes

Technicolor Picture Hollywood to finish the picture Watermelon Festival Speed Records Damage Claim
at the M-G-M studio.

WINTER HAVEN With three This is the third picture with LEESBURG -- Officials of th- TAMPA-Commercial air speed TALAHASSEE Gov. Millard

a company of 60 actors and sent a troupe to Florida to filri scheduled here June !'. met with I leaves in the last two \veelw. Wednesday vetoed alegislative
in Winter locations" scenes. Two'ears a;:> act to pay Lee Rawis
technicians arriving decorating engineers this week to meaning two things: 41> that tht
Haven from Hollywood, the open- \ scenes for "They Were Expendable i' make plans for decorating the citv I wind was blowing: fast when the\ of Pahokee Sl.-ISZ.3j from the
of "On An Island'i4h ." the story of the role played: state treasury for injuries received
ing scenes and the Venetian Gardens for the were made. and i2: > that a long:.
You," M-G-M technicolor production -( bv PT boats in the war which annual'ent.. promised: postwar era of speedier 14 years ago "while in the performance -
starring Esther Williams and : started! Robeit :\iontomery.'er;:: travel has arrived. : of his dutv as highway
i G. P. Holt parade chairman.
made at Biscayne Key. Last year a in Palm Beach "
Peter Lawford. were made at CyPft'oS patrolman county.
Last week DC6transport
said applications for entry of a a new Douglas
Gardens last week. j!I Imajorpa't of Marjorie Kmnai: ,. The governor said "this is not
of National
lumber of floats, hordes and pet: Airlines flewinto
'' Ra-v'' prize winningno'el., claim the stateof
properly a against
Working every day during the !! at had been made and the parade i Tampa from Los Angeles in
"The Yearling. was filmed ( Florida. Rawls not
week, with good weather prevailing -. would be longer this year than 6 hours. 5 minutes and 10 second was employed -
Ocala mil Silver Springs in whic'1Gregory
the state when
by injuredand
Director Richard Thorpe finished i ever before. An Eastern Air Lines new Lock-|
Peck, Jane Wyman an'l 1 if he is entitled to -
the location sequences scho- City tar.aglrYi1bur Harknesssaid heed Constellation: made the dig- compensation
Claude Jarman. Jr.. were starred.;: his> claim would to b'"
duled at Cypress Gardens on Sunday construction is underway on a tance from Los Angeles to Miami I appear
And now this new technicolor ex- Palm Beach "
and the entire troupe was speaker's" platform in Venetian in 6 hours. 24 minutes and 4-5 of' against
travanganza "On An Island With The bill B. Elliott of
by Rep.
moved to Sarasota where shots Garden where the Pioneer and a second, then went to New York:
You. t>l.'ingproduced by Joe Palm Beach county, said Raw!
will be made of an airplane land- : bathing beauty contests will b-- in 3 hours 29 minutes and 13:
Pasternak, will utilize much ofFlorida's
was hurt November, 1933. T estate
ing on an unpaved "island' 'air 1 ( held. seconds. About the same time, a
natural scenery to depici did not have
a highway : -
strip at Anna Maria Beach this Watermelon Festival this Pan American DC-6 flew from patrol
.the adventures of a movie company until the next
week. South Sea j year will feature a colorful parade. Lima. Peru, on the west coast of
making picture on a :
Following this other scenes will Island. I the bathing beauty contest watermelon South America to Miami in 9

I eating contests and other hours and 14 minutes.All .

--- - -- - events.KEY. were records for the routes LC1: III J .jU
: ---.- covered, made with the two lead-

I II : \ Mil: IJLAHl. corn ing 60-passenger models of the: I rf AINT" ivr MIDNIGHT\ OIL

I Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr. : I'AKEXT A son. William OP 8 POUND Thomas SON was faster transports.hisrherflyingcommercial Before the Summer is i vou OURNtHflfr GETS vt i

: born to Rev. and Mrs. William T. out the new planes will be in reg- ,
; Optometrist j Blair of Canal Point Methodist ular service on most domestic airlines rrb HOW 'tIou'Rf A'M

Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted i Church on Tuesday.: June 10 at just as they have been for a YERflME\
I 5:47 A.r.. The baby weighedinat year or more on over-seas routes. j WHILE THAT

EVENING APPOINTMENTS: FOR S pounds and 1-4 ounce. I Oily' OORH- ) ,
\ ------- --
: OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS :Mother: and son are doing ven ''H: 'MA'f ot
nicely. Mrs. Blair is at St. Mary' A Local Lady Spit I
I Mail In Your Broken Glasses Hospital in West Palm Beach. The
! father is repotted in passable con- Up Acid Liquids For
For Prompt Repair
dition though somewhat dazed ash ; Hours After EatingFor
; \ 212 X. ANDREWS .11 E. PHONE 192 circulates between the hospital: i
the P.t>\"i'al't"ek at the church I
: FT. LAl'DEKIJALE. FLA. hours after every meal A
and the just-concluded Florida An- I
t Local lady used to spit' up a
nual Methodist Conference in St. I
strong acidulous liquid mixed I
Lp Petersburg.t t
with pieces of half-digested food
She says it was awful. At times 1 I

I she would nearly strangle. She had I;
Out mpete automotive repairs -
: ;flf :. '"" r ;.-'y :; I stomach bloat daily head.lchiI i plus regularity in your
,, and constant irregular bowel ar-
;1 .
; . {! meals and enjoys them. And sh of miles in good servir.'

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| her. No gas bloat or spitting un work. Call t.xlay and take aJ-

after eating She is also freer \f.iii: a i our quality friendly!

I headache now. and bowels are ,'r\'u'-
regular, thanks to this Remarkable -
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1 rrr iNNER-AID contains 12 Grew

Herb: they cleanse} bowels, clear LAKE SHORE

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Low-cost running water-whenever and wherever

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{ ; e' every home. Imagine what just ONE CENT will

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:-'n''. JI:-e13, 134; The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Pag Five

I I Mrs. Jack Phillips and-daughter, j Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Connell have Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Jaudon and

i Garden 'Greens' Can Be Continuous ,J Betty Jo, and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong I.j as guests through the summer her I i son, Ronny are spending 10 daysin
i : and niece. Blanche Elizabeth daughters the Misses Barbara and Pahokee visiting his brother I
Bowers, are spending this Joan Hadid of Corpus Christi, 1 and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H.
week in West Palm Beach. Texas. t 1 L. Jaudon. and other relatives.

-I It

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June 30Enjoy

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Photo Courtesy Perry-Morse Seed Oo.
Plenty of leafy vegetables, raw and cooked, are necessary in the diet
of both children and grownups in order to promote vigor and well-being.

In a home garden they can be continuous for many months if various Florida's
kinds are grown.

Leaf lettuce is one of the first green things to appear. The young
r qI !
leaves can be picked for the table< 2n, Famous
when only a couple of inches in I
Of the numerous root tops usedas
length while the smaller inner
greens beet mustard and turnip
leaves are left to grow. The same Attractions
are increasingly popular. Like all
is true of spinach; the tender new
vegetables they are best when young.
leaves are as good cooked
raw as
Mustard and turnip particularly I
when chopped and served with oil should be for ai3'
used greens only in ut.4 CaL1tsstoN
and vinegar dressing. Or, treat
the early stages. The tops of mus-
them the same as "wilted lettuce"by
tard and turnip combined are ap-
pouring over them a mixture of
petizing-a favorite of grandmother'sday. ,
hot bacon fat, vinegar, and bits of .
cooked bacon. To vary the flavor of
these By sowing seed of kale in spring |
greens add a small amount of
pcpperfaTass. The frilled curly foliageof or summer in the North and August ,

this upland cress Is as easy to to October in the South fresh greens '

grow as lettuce. can be picked from the garden even ,
For long season greens swiss chard after the coming of frost and light

is a winner. No leafy vegetable snow. In fact, some frost improvesthe
stands hot weather better. The outer texture and flavor of kale mak-

leaves should be kept picked, the ing it a real treat for late autumn
inner ones left to continue growing, and winter meals. Dwarf Curled
and the result will be tender, brittle Kale is one of the best varieties for

stalks and leaves for a long time. home gardens.Watson At ptt Otancep ach.i

I t Jt t'n

Fort Pierce Mart I I In Race For \\ ;l.. --3 ia.r.'

Has Successful SeasonFORT I Governor In 1948 M tta.t. r\ttll ,n\ Vas-c"n0 thin ti" ,J_t, / r j +1't

PIERCE The State I I TAMPA: Tom Watson. attorney i JVr\ ,_l tr ahh 'V'V. ot [ HTCli Wi '

Farmers Market here is nearingthe I general of the state and ,I \ '\ atw. I ccntutv o-;;,. *i-v <%iJVv ft' ivsm L&

conclusion of operations for long a colorful figure in Florida's s \At.J
the current spring season and sales + legal strife, announced early this :
already have passed the million j I' week that: he will be a candidate
and a quarter dollar mark. I in the Governor's race in 194S.

Harvesting of the spring tomato Declaring that he was not yetI
crop is ,'irtud1finished and probably -(I ready to announce his platform or

will be terminated the coming to begin his campaign Watson
week. ]I)I I said he was making this early an-

Tomatoes have constituted bv j i I nouncement "t') allay uncertaintiesand Florida's Famous
far the bulk of the 211.2?3 packages give certainty to my political :? \\E\

of produce handled by the I!: intentions* in order that the people

market during the present season !!' of our state may know what to expect -. t Regional Beer - cj)
and have brought a uniformly good from me."
price throughout the season still Watson said that the three major : -
selling at the market for from $2 political i issues in Florida today So refreshing, so rrelhw.! so tangy so good, it's no
to $6 per box Market sales for thcurrent -. are: < U Labor relations: ((2> I IExcessive
'I wonder that JAX, the Drink of Friendship has be-
season, up to Rtut'day.t.'tal.'d : cost of government and ,
SI.2 9.12t. with tomatoe 431 Excessive taxation. He added I come known .is a truly great beer. hrlJ. because JAXis
far exceeding $l.I: ).()()O. Othr | that he w. :lId have plenty to say brewed to please the tastes and accompany the great

pro du c e included cucumbers abut these i issues when he beginsI I .. regional foods of the Southeast, it is also known as a
beans I ;r\
squash eggplant.peas _
pepper campaigning.
okra and watermelons.The i - ____ \ ,i great regional beer. For the satisfying enjoyment a

pat week's sales totalei Rep. and :Mrs. R. Elliott ant fine beer can bring, ask for JAX. You can't buy !better:

around 3.VCHM packages: children h- \-e returned from Tal i beer at any price.JAX .
---- - 1 lahaswe: where they made th'-ir I

Researchers; : deliberately break home this spring while the State
S30.00O worth of grass annually in Legislature wa in session Wail*

the LibbevOwer.Fonl Class there I.s Patsy Elliott s.rv,-i .q

(\nr.pir.v oratories in the development !! page in the House of Iq'r.a.-' ,-
,.f new or improved pro t 1\" ';;. BREWING
-- ------
ducts. :
--- ---- ." b
}1tIr..l:1.: small'.t-: L J
Mr! and Mr J 11 u vl :Mr a- ..1rl': \V. J A.:i.i:- A -

a.. guests the past wveken-1 the:;- suffer, -J t two fractured r-.H.. i-
sons-in-law li.iusrhters.! :Mr ar I IMrs. bnii'* w! ,'n struck bv i trk
W Harper Kendrick a1laughter front <.f her home on Bar- r '
of llartow and Mr ant! R'\- d last k.:1: $ aKt r
:loInh'd... 1".lIttl.f II*!.e turn home from the Ev. reiii! : *
G1Id.trs: Kendrick and daughter Memorial Hospital or. Sn-Jay; nIsTF.IBr'TED BY
remained for an extended visit
.-. :\10 R. Blerch. accompanied
:Mm Wiley Tilhs is visiting relatives by Mr C A Rard: daughter. Shelley
in Jacksonville and Atlant i Joy Lou of Belle Glale visited i I
G.I. thist tk.. I friends Pt Cl Hid thia we<-k. I BELLE GLADE. FLAFr

Page Six
The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
Friday June 13. 1947

real laughter and fast paced: that has
ever been staged here It
Cinematic ChatterBy scenes and action to keep it moving will be LUCKY NIGHT, and is be- June 20 Lucky NightAt I Hughes HopkinsMr.

Malcolm Millar "frace-comical" style I am ing sponsored by the Merchants of Prince TheatreOn

., sure you'll enjoy every moment of Canal Point-Pahokee for the pur- I and Mrs J. Gaylord Hopkins

There's a romatic comedy com- it. pose of bringing to your attentionthe Friday night, June 20th the: I announce the engagement of their
There is a double feature for great musical show "If I'm
ing to the Prince Theatre this Sun- Prince Theatre is presenting a |i daughter, Ella Mae, to BernardL.
the Tuesday-Wednesday screening Lucky, starring Perry Como.
day-Monday that will be one o_ novel and interesting called Hughes, son of Lawrence
with "The Return of Monte Cristi" Harry Jamesm, Vivian Blain, program -
the funniest pictures of its kind first up Louis Hayward and Bar- Carmen Miranda and many other "Lucky Night." Malcolm Millar, Hughes of Belle Glade.
that has been screened
here in
bara Britton are the stars of the well known stage, screen' nad radio who is the instigator of the affai-, Miss Hopkins' family are natives
some time. This show is "Never
with stars. You'll Have of Pennsylvania, and mOto
piece George Macready in The Time Of is to act as master of ceremonies
Say Goodbye, Errol
starring the featured supporting role. It is Your Life I this area several years ago. Sheis
Flynn and Eleanor Parker, and and will giv'e "way a varied assortment
loaded with action and thrills and See you at the movies-Mal. I a graduate of the local high
featuring an all star cast of featured of rrt'ndise..
school class
should prove to be interesting to -- I of 1947.Mr .
players, headed by Lucile every theatre-goer. Practic': ", every merchant in: Hughes attended the Bell
Watson, S. Z. Sakall and Patti Hitchcock UnwinMiss Pahokee and Canal Point are II Glade High school and served
Brady. Second one up is James OlliverCurwood's participating and the gifts range !I 1

This is a romantic comedy with great story of the outdoors I Betty L'nwin.-when givEnin from a basket of groceries to an I aviation
"North the
of Border"
all of the dialogue necessary for Russell Hayden and Inez Coope-with marriage by her father Edward electric grill |I The Hughes' family moved to this

in the starring roles. It is a fast Unw in, will become the bride Mr Millar has a large display of i I vicinity several years ago froM
this merchandise in the show win-
paced story of adventure and daring of Robert Hitchcock. Jr. at the Iowa.
---- -- ----- -- dow of the
Bacon-Jones Hardware. j
- -- ---- - and will furnish all the actionone First Baptist Church of Pahokeeon next to John t Miss Beverly Hughes. sister of
Drug Store i Mr Hughes.ill be maid of honor.
ask for. |
June 22. at 4 m Officiatingat
NOTICE p. and judging from the number o.. | The wedding wall be at theHughes'
For the laugh-riot of the week the double ring ceremony, will people who are stopping to look at home. June 15.
i I'll choose "The Cockeyed Miracio" be Rev C. A. lo1x Sunday
rwMN. rg. the prizes we would say this is -. .
with Frank Morgan, Keenan The bride-elect has chosen he
going to be a very successful af- Mr and Mrs. J G. Thomas. Jr,
Closing Hours for Wynn Cecil Kellaway and Aubrey sister. Mrs Mazie Nvchvk of FtMvers. fair. will leave Tuesday for a visit with
Totter. It is a show that can't: as matron of honor.
Reason for the ,
drawing is exploit relatives in New Orleans La.
the SummerDR. help getting roars of laughter- Bill Hitchcock brother of th:! the picture "If I'm Lucky", I .

yet it is so plausable, that it could bridegroom will be best man. which stars Harry James Perry i i Mr and Mrs Wade Ammons and

happen to any of us' David Unwin. brother of the bride- Como, Marmen Miranda and Vivian children will visit her parents Mr.

D. S. SPOONER Richard Quine Gladys Cooper elect and Pat Gibson will act as Blame, and is said to be one of the and Mrs E M. Osborne, in Lakeland
and Marshall Thompson are in it ushers best musical shows of the year. : Sunday.
Office will be closed too. so you really must make it Mr<, C A. Moberg. soloist will
a penciled in date to attend the sing"Because" and "I Love YouTruly" r

All Day FridayDR. theatre on one of these nights. accompanied at the piano
Saturday brings the usual bv Miss Peggy Moberg. who will

double-feature. First up is Kirbv also play the traditional wedding CANAL POINT GARAGE !
Grant and Fuzzy Knight in "Gun- march. The program of nuptial

E. J. GRAHAM mans Code", the Western thrillerfor music will include piano and viol-n CXXXI, POINT, FLORIDA I

the day.Second selections bv: Mrs. H L. Jaudon. I
Office will be closed
up is "Danny Boy" with violinist and Miss Peggy Moberg, WRECKER SERVICE I
All Buz Henry and Eva March starred pionist.
Day Wednesday I>,\\' OK NIGHT
This i* a very touching and funny'show No invitations are being issued 1
w and it will please old and but all friends of the couple a-'

young. cordially invited to attend. Specializing On Fenders & Body Work I
These new hours Remember to save your ticket ---
coupons for Friday. June 20th. On I Painting Also A Specialty :
effective May 19 19.17 } West Palm Beach To :
I that night there will be one of the I
- ---- -- -1 I1 biggest drawings for merchandiseCAMERA I Have Celebration I

- -- -- -
s ....r as"ss. .r..ess r summer blight the Palm Beach i I
i::: ENTHUSIASTS ::: County Festival during the "Weekof

3! THE CAMERA CENTER .:- full the days Fourth"of fun and will festivity provide with four Our National Brands I

.:. is now equipped with a repair department. All work .:" \Vest Palm Beach planning to play r
4% will be promptly done by experts familiar with all.'. host to 50000 diversion-seeker
f makes of domestic and foreign cameras. :. from all over the county. I Ii
s ;
J OFFICE EQUIPMENT i A sports program being lined up I Davis Deluxe Tires
V by City Recreation Superintends -
.y: HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. .:s Ben York will include a countywide :
i .1.1i
s:. SIS-16-17 Datura St. Phone S88S .)0 track meet an all-county Davis Safety Grip Tires

WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. *. AAU swnmmmg meet, boxing
s:. *t matches shuffleboard a Palm i ; :

+ + < > V Beach County amateur golf tour Davis Super Safety Tires I

nament on the New West Palm .
-- Beach municipal golf course, an I II
abbreviated fishing contest a Davis Deluxe Tubes

baseball game, regatta and water
I carnival. i I
SPECIALIZING IN Detals of entrance requirementsfor

I the various competitions will i! HOME OWNED AND WESTERN

BODY & FENDER REPAIRS Q I be announced later Supt York OPERATED BY AUTO
said but will be open to residentsof a
I all communities in Palm Beach I. M. LAIR ASSOCIATE
I County: It is expected that local
PHONE 2831
ACCESSORIESAUTO I chairmen will be chosen to organ- STORE

PAINTING I ize the vanou! sports groups from Pahokfr, Florida
each of the 17 towns in the county.
I Other highlights of the four-day:

I festival will include a gala barbecue ,
Bennet Bros. Service Station I and a SI.OOO fireworks display -

on the lakefront And If.
Box 245 Fahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road I present plans are carried out the
I downtown streets of \\-est Palm I

I Beach will echo to the tread of DELICIOUS FLAKEY :

marchers in the biggest; parade
ever stagers in the count

The Festival Tulv 1-5. is b*>inT SNOWWIIITEAltar
II sponsored bv the West Palm Beach

I : Junior Chamber of Commerce ir

conjunction with Cottage CheeseS
I I : i a spinal committro -
I headed} by Mrs Cora L
I i Penirk Despite the lavishness of S

II I I the inaiisrural :year ire program looking,ara1il'fKlv <'ormitteemrmhfrs -- IS A

I ; to future midunrrrr
I f '!'tivalon in even grander seal;,' SIIEHTIIETI"HAL!
A Servant of the Glades
I Ii with twe probable introduction rf a

I I mur"rrp--'s parade and other: rr,1 Ii."- How they jro for that fluffy billowy A War
i I II fill featureshnh will s'-irrn ; "II i
Cottage Chee-e. Xoun.-hinjr. satisfying and
Pilm Reach Co'inty F. rv-d 1 .
Tn Miami :s : iff -
I 4 Buses I I ,' .-f th.. "lIth'z mt i-arr ea-v: to prepare, it*:: a surefire hit with

I To \ViM Palm Beach j SII-TT fairs I ,
I oeryone.
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Daily To Tt M\tT 1 X. Lakeland .
It i> rfrmrt'orr" } fT''m ;M-r; 9''i'
i .,roner*'....m-in Pat, e'ar.i Chuck-full! of J'rlltt-in.' I.nw in fat

: <-" !":cid'r"g! r'-'g: u i-- ; tntet.t. a fa\ \r.V: with; waist lin'

n t.; 1.! p.'rr.'- :r. l9'F ) ; '.\, .
Glades Motor Lines Inc. --.- - ; r-

r: !a '.\l have ".'pr. .. !'. 1' ,
1r. :" :\:1'r\.r '!-, .'.
SrilVINV THE BLADES' ;:. .,\v' -".\'."'v'-pr.*i',f :=:.: LFA '

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r!. ",' hl'tI3r.. aCI.r !:r.: ; 'l

M..:-'-'-.>f. pr,:iitrv' '.";*K>' ;': ,rat CREAMERY

the T""iv.-r!itv of Fl >r;':..iStor. \s:'

. are ....!!t' JSOO :n 7- ;';JII" i-'t.: , \ : ,; .
I a top first prize) <,f SZ.',(I 'T'-'
; ev.-t %'s1 b- held ,t JackfvJure :::;
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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 warn .
ings to dash across streets and highways in the shortest pos '. ,t'

sible time, regardless of danger. s *........ \.: ,
Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety I

officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who
were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year.This

i i MAKE year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally! ,
I : SAFE-DRIVING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many ... f

i' ,i A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across only

J ; to be pinned down at the half way mark with speeding traffic ;
': : fore and aft?

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

,. I now to walk safely and live longer.Friday .

Prepared by tfce Associated Dailies
of Florida ttle Florida Press Association
and+fo,.National+ Conservetien -
Bureau, at a pubic tervice.


Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Fnua\ June 13, 19.1'


Woman's Missionary Pahokee Baptists To VACATION, BIBLE TB Hospital Get A central Flonda Air Stow will

Circles Have MeetThe Celebrate Pastors6th "Class A" Rating be staged at Zeph>rhill:> Sunday

June 15. Betty Skelton. womai
The Vacation Bible School at tile
Year In Pahokee
stunt and race fiver, and Captain
Lottie Moon and Grace Jern- '
Pahokee First Methodist Church ORLANDO "class A" award
Donald "Buggs" Thompson: nationally -
Circles of the First
igan Baptist
originally scheduled to open on
June 15 will mark the highest recognition which cane known
Sunday the high speed low altitude -
Missionary met June 16 has been postponed a
> won by any hospital in the fiver, will be featured in
sixth of the of
jointly at the Fellowship Hall anniversary coming week and will open on Monday.

Monday afternoon for a royal ser- Rev. and Mrs. Carl A. Moberg anJ June 23 according to plans announced United States has been given teState : special events. H. I. "Herb" Fink

vice program. children Peggy Barbara and Buddy by Rev. C. T. Howes, Tuberculosis sanatorium at "the Flying Farmer" will give :ai

Mrs. Margaret Thompson was in to Pahokee from Little River school superintendent. Rev. Howes Orlando for the second time by: i unique to fly"demonstration Florida flyers on are"how invited not

charge of the program which had met with members of the Workers
"The American Church Miami. To celebrate the the AmericaCollege of Surgeon?, j I and all who fly l in will be admitted
as a theme Council at the church Tuesdayevening
L'r.. R- D.
occasion members of the Pahokee according Thompson free.
Negro. Others taking part included to work out details for
superintendent and medical director i
First Churchill honor
Miss Elizabeth Caraway, Baptist operating the school.
Mrs. W. A. Stevens Mrs. G. C. their pastor and his family at abig - of the institution. |
The American College of Surgeons -
Connell Mrs. C. L. Shirley and anniversary fellowship L. G. Alderman has returned ( NOTICE
I church a group of the leading sur- "Notice Is hereby given that the
Mrs. Homer Barnes. dinner on the ground3 from a week's visit in New Orleans City Council of the City of Pahokee
immediately followingthe geons in the United States, was Florida will on Tuesday the 24th
voted Sunday I day
to meet
The two circles La. While he was
away of June \. D..
the formed many years ago to set j 1947 set as a board of
jointly in the Fellowship Hall the Fathers Day program at Mrs Alderman and son. Tnpp visited I equalization for the purpose of equal-
** standards of operation for hospi- j
{izlng the assessments of real' and -
service. personal
first and third Mondays of each morning relatives in Lake Placid.
tals throughout the country and property lying: in the City of
month at 4 p. m. through the sum- Since his arrival in Pahokee in I; Pahokee Florida subject' to taxation
raise the levels of those hospitals i I I
has been very for year of 1947. Any person desiring
Mrs. Callie Alderman of 1941 Rev. Moberg
by periodic inspections. I j 1 I to contest or aggrieved at such a -
visitor. active in the religious and civi.: .
Lake Placid was a eessment may be heard on said date
The Orlando sanatorium has I|I
activities of the commumtv J Witness my hand as City Cleric of
First Classified Ads been inspected only once before W. the' City of Pahokee. Florida pursu-
Through his leadership ant to Ordinance No. 25 of said Cry
Baptist Church has enjoyed a remarkable the American College of Surgeons this 2nd day of June A D 1947I .
in 1941. It was given its first I W. P. WALKER
growth and now has a PUBLIC Mrs. VanJ. I City Clerk
Stenographer. I
ths class A rating at that time. Pub: June 6. 12. 20. 1947
Prince TheatrePahokee membership of 509. During York at Everglades Discount :
has been pastor 2)5!'
six years Company in new Wroten Buildingon
Church.In NOTICE
new members joined the Bacom Point Road in Paho-
Notice Is hereby given that the
following described
Paho- lands or so much thereof -
Florida ; 1941 he organized the kee. If as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes for the year 1946.
kee Men's Bible Class. The first herein set opposite to the same. to gether with the cost of such sale aniS ad-
under the treeson \ertising will be sold at public auction on the 7th day of July 4. D. 1947 ut
meeting was held EVERGLADES HOUSE OF twelve o clock noon at the City Hall in the City of Pahokee County of Palm
Week June 15th the church grounds with "five BEAUTYAll Beach and State of Florida.

men and six dogs" attending. Phases of Beauty Culture

Since then this class with Rev. Phone 4292 I

Sun.lIon.FiNN Moberg acting as teacher has Lake Shore Drive Canal Point =_: .L I &, t I -.;>

and bounds first DESCRIPTION OF :1 ..; r..
grown by leaps LAND t = :: I t !J
outgrowing the Long building asa SEPTIC tanks and grease traps ;c e"' I : < c 4FJ

meeting place then the Lions cleaned and repaired. Phone 1 i

Hall. It now meets in the Fellowship 3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17e I Lot 1 Rice Sub. Blk 2 18 42 37 Mrs. R. V.'. Bowers sno:!
Lot 11 k 12 Friend
Hall with 150 members on the
HOUSE PAINTING John I Sub of Tract 23Blk
b1AMORPARKER roll and an average attendance of : see 2 ______uuu__ 18 42 17 Freeman Campbell 2220
Chandler, a veteran Pahokee Lot 1 Geiger Sub.
75. Fla. Blk. I ____UU h__ 18 42 37 B. Elliott 600
.t .... Rev Moberg sopn saw the need June2.pI S. Wly 4' of the N. W.
124' of Lots 24 & 2S 18 42n:
for the F. & R. C'rporaUcn 96J
of a new building program I CHEMICAL-WELD repairs cracked N. W'Iy 62' of S. Ely

71 VER.rFiB Q expanding church and worked out : valve seats cracked Diesel 116' of the S. Wly
his congregation for U' of Lot 25 'u___ 18 42.117 F. & R. Crpcratlcn 963.
plans with heads, cracks in cylinder walls, S Ely 50' of the N.

j WARNER the: construction of three new car blocks and heads. Bring Wly 184' of S. \vlyIS'
iI' fellowship hall a of Lot 25 u u__ 18 42 n F. & R. Corporatlcn 960
HIT jw buildings. a work to Komer's Blacksmith Lot 5 Garden Sub.

church school building and a Shop Pahokee. Fla. July 4. Tract 9 -- -__ .___ 18 42n: Leon Guthrie 1869

church auditorium. Work on these Lot 13 Tract 5 ___--_ 18 42 37 Gen. Purchasing Co. 14 13I
"' PATTI but Lot 14 Tract 5 .. 18 42 37 Gl'n. Co. 1410
UICILE plans were delayed by the war IRRIGATION ---- Purchasing;
WATSON S. SAKAlL BRADY SYSTEIS-AIUm-1 I I Lot 13 Tract 5 ______ 18 42- Gpn. Purchasing Co 1410
p.srr cy..Warwp ';" construction finally got under way Lot 16 Tract 5 nn_ 18 42:17 Gt'D. Purchasing Co. 1413
-..sqxb...........-."" -..- on the fellowship hall which was Galvanized good condition 3, 4, 5 Lot 21 Tract 5 __ ___ 18 42 31 Gf'n. Purehasing Co 420
-..:;::: ;: ;:e-r.---- Lot 22 Tract 5 _.u__ 18 42n: Gf'n. Purchasing Co. 420
completed a year ago last Easte- 6, and 8 inch dia., drilled or riser Lot 23 Tract 5 ___----_ 18 42 31 Gt'n. Purchasing Co. 4.0:

Construction of the church school type, in Miller Ames and Champion. Lot 24 Tract 5 ______ 18 42 31 Gt'n. Purchasing Co. 4 :20
Lot 25 Tract 5 ._u 18 42 37 Gt'n. Pur'hao.lng Co. 420
building which has been going on See or call 24-211 Race & Lot 28 Tract S -__--_ 18 42 :11; Ot'n. Purchasing Co. 420

for several months is virtually Race Inc Winter Flor- Lot S & 6 Washington
snow Haven
Tues.Wed.. Pk. Blk. 1 ___u_.___ 18 42 37 A J. Garnet 3300
complete, and this buildirgwill ida. M30: Lot 12 Washington.

be dedicated sometime in the Pit. Ellt. 2 _nnun 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1590

beautifulnew FOR SALE: Pitcher pump Points Lot 4 Wahlngton Pk.Bik. .
CIIl-.A newts..- fall. The building of a 2 __,______u__. 18 42 37 A J. Gamot 1410
church auditorium the last of No. 2-$6. top and bottom leathers50c Lots 3-4-5 Washington

Oaetun of the three units is expected to for both. New alarm clock Pk. Bik 4 ____Uh_ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1860

:Monte (;izteiu. start Except in the for near two future.months in 1943 $350 Schubert Money Route back 1, Lake guarantee.WortnJ13pd. I Lot Lot Blk.12 S &Washington 4 6__Washington_________Pk.n_ 18 42 37 A J. Gamot 1140

..I LZ 1IUIA8II. ...1I11lI when he was critically ill follow- Pk. B1k. 3 ______u__ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 6360
r GOIIC IMCIIfADYII Lot 13 Washington Pk
IIIW SIIIU PIIIICmI ing an appendectomy. Rev. Moberghas PHOTO copies of military discharge I Blk. 4 -__-___n__ 18 42:7 A. J. Gamot 11.40
never relaxed in his efforts to Lot 9 Washington Pit.Blk. .
certificates awards citations 1 _.n__ _._ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1410
-ALSO- help make Pahokee a better com- birth certificates death Lot 7 WashIngton Pk.

munity in which to live. As pres- Blk.2 _-_ __ ___'un 18 42 37 A. J. Garnet 18110
certificates diplomas marriage
lot 33 & 34 _-_nnu_ 18 42 31 A. J. Gamot 54M
James Oliver ident of the Pahokee Parent license etc. Full size up to 18x22 Lot 33 and 34 A . ,_ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 2400S.
Teacher Association for the pas* See t'4 of Tracts 36 &' 37
CURWOOD'SThurs. wallet size zx3IT8 inches. 5 Acres ._,___uu__ 18 42 315 A J Gamot 18&0
two years he led the organizationto Claude Jones Pahokee. June20 Lot 11 and 18 and part

NotlTHJltlltlSfPY'RUSSELl new heights of achievement and of lot 13 &' 16 Lake
Park Sub. Tr. 13 n 18 42 :17 w O. Hull 5460
record membership. He is a AVON Products needs a representative I Lot 4 ____-_ ___ _._ 13 42i6 C T. Jackson 2940
a staunch member of the Pahokee in Canal Point anBelle Lot 4 A n__ __ __ 13 42 36 C T. Jackson 24
HAYDENI 6 Tract 4 ____ _.__ 13 42 36 3 C. T Jackson 10 Oft
Write district
Glade. -
Club and welcome and maiager.
and Inez Cooper/ ,-'c Rotary a S. 80' of Lot 11 24 42 ?6 A L. MldYf'ttf' 1860
f.DOUG&AS f.-: ... reJular'isitor of the Lions Club. I P O Box 1101 West Palm S. 80' of Lot 11 A __ 24 42:6 A L. MldYf'ttf' 150
( Lot 9 and 10 A and
He also has been active leaderin Beach J6pd
fOWLn (. .t, an Part of Lot to :201 42 36 George C. M"Larty 600
ana'AdO' ff ', local boy scout and cub scout Lot 9 and 10 part cf
a..r wwWraMA work. FORLE: Neat new little 2 Lot 7 _. _ _ 24 421i! George C. M'LartJ 5460

aw..Fa I .\: bedroom home in Belle Glade onlarJ't' An unplattf'd triangle
MIa Yftr Mrs Moberg has been an active '
:>1f6' bv 8551'
leader in the missionary work at lot $55OO half cash, immediate Tract S __. __ 18 42 37 Off'rJrf' C Me-Larty 56 M
possession C. A. Bailey, loOt J Tract 5 18 42 37 GPOT" C. M'Larty 18110
the church and regularly contributes J204tc Lot 10-11-12 Tr 5 ___ 18 42 37 George C Me-Larty 9':161)
Phone 70. Belle Glade.
her talents to the church I S. W. Corner Let
Fri.notlUE 22 & 23 18 42n: George C. Mclarty 7260
.- music. Their daughter, Peggy a FOR N.\LE: Three bedroom home Tracts 71-.2-73-74 and

talented musician as well as her i in Geiger subdivision 6500. Immediate 3 acres of Tract .0
And that part cf
parents. graduated from Pahokee possession, terms SlOoO' Tract 66 l'\"ln" South

High School on May 24 and received I cash, balance $52 monthly. C. A of arfl.ld Highway 18 42:7 Dutlcan Padgett :1.$3
South West Corner asto
an award at the commencement I Baile>. Phone 70. Belle Glade J20- deed-bunk 'Cl

exercises for being the best girl in pare 136 185 Acres 11 42:7 Duncan Padltf'tt flfol
NOW Lot 29 Tract 5 IS 42 17 Ounc-an Padltf'U 780
student activities of the 1947 c1\"". HUt x\LK: 32 lots in Streamline I.ot 30 Tract 5 IS 42 31 P-mu'I Pad,1t 769

MGM's4K For the past two weeks Rev.Molvrg subdivision for colored C. A. Lot 31 Tract 5 11 42 37 Duncan Pattif'tt; 1.60

has boen conducting: a revival -,i! Bailey. Phone 70 Belle Glad. J20c Lot Rr1 1 N and Canal Lot Point IF.

YEDr at the Palatka Heights Bipti !: -OnB'inks mk: 6 8 4l .7 D-.mun l'ad"f'tt 1143
I-OR x\IE: electric: lot 2 N Canal Point
t Church He will return horn .
Rd And Lot 2f'
'l motor. hose. com
Situr Hemng fur the big ceVhr punt sprayer HII: : 6 I 42 77 Duncan Padgett p.4.3
pre> or and pun. complete B con.Iono. Lot J N Canal Point .
: t'on Sunday Hardware. Pahokee. Phone Rd and Lot 3P I1k e I Q J'I Dsi can Padgett : .0
- ---- E 30' of Lot 4 :N Can-
12571. ai Point Rd ane E
FranK MORGAN 115.I (;. Slate Farm j i 30' of Lot Fk 4 I a 37 Duncan a4ptt II

| \\ I: IU'>" and sell used farm Let 131 by it3' 6 E .
'has Corner of Tr 34 J' 4) 37 0 8 hnrb Al
New Name
Keenan WYNN :
I i equipment Miller & Parker it Lot 1.\ 13 4.J" Carmrn llaltatcae 1 !A

I Cecil KELLAWAY I -- Farm Machinery and Supply Co Tract t t1 0 U Ors car..n bhatono :. 10t.

Audrey TOTTER i i T\LL\H\S
.._r. .1 i T.,'xiato de ignat the : 8 Salvatore Sub.Bik .'. pns..n farm at Belle Glade 03Fl : F.1 R'l IOXNSTOOO: up on well 1 II a 3'J grocer: Sa a'1JrP "lo
: .... 1't 13 k 14 Sa:'atnres
Ii .tt'd l land and cat-
n FE.1Tl'1ESaturhiy ,) r. l 1o\ernor Caldwell oom- t't! nt.ndes. ten to twenty years , :.: 'I (1 tilt 7 1 42:1: F. r c....r,.. lit>
Lot 2 0 Bk 7 1 42 :7 E + c! .:' lit>
t C A little Glil
': ,! wasn't "' p.y B.\il.'y. 42.1: a' ,' IIJ
"T t i ,1 very Let J n Bk 7 1 c. ;> F:a tf> .... '1} ,.. IA-' 4 G
. Bk: 7 I a" E 3h--- :e
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Terre Le >. -ordiritor .->t state 1.... 1 & 2 :end SubTract
11111)1' II \\ I.MOJto: : in-
"Gunmans Code"K. .!:,.;t'.'..onaid W. B Granger 28 ;: 3 18 42 r Catherine S.. re" r. : )I)
\'o'st".I. i voj lk: to havec Lo 28 ;wing bfOtwn
'::.i:' of the farm prtferrr"1 Rdand
.. Far P' :r.t
'.. *. "
r i: : \ percent
:;:'I:} Client; Fti": Knicht"Danny tV. title! to "Flonda state pns.:1 W atatn 5t :l 42:7: t e.. wrrten .- 19I
i-il II) percent on safe investment 6-8.9 wishngton
-ALSO- I f.ur.1d waseekirg. official .'n Belle Glade property See C A Park Blk 4 :9 4l Y P Af, r' r.&:d : ; 10

I! tonfirmation in order t.u.ce the Lat 9 Wa5meton rt-
Ba.l-y. Ph->n*> 70, Belle Gl .d. Ba s 11 47 17 3D tfzAooeed 40i
Boy"Piti7 n\irr on new stationary Fa Uc [ of Lot 13 and '2 of

"It'!, purely a designation and lot 14 WaaRrfgoBi
I P7t Ba S . . Is G17 A W IAwV.ag1 $10
Ih'nry. Eva March has no local significance Letfcim KIK:: Late Model Ford i I

J costnu* to call it that:' Sec: IV X,up Sr Mack Todd. Paler i.I ., E UClPO'S Pam: Beath Tat CoUfoCt Cou.tJ t 4fPthckee ."

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