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 27, 1947
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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 Elks To Juniors;i DefeatPompano Hospital District I Fire Equipment Farmers Coop Buys

Nine S-5 Will)) He Purchased

Have DelegatesAt Plans To Operate Brandon PackingHouse
The Pahokee Junior Legionaires: T.- Pahokee City Council inf.sinn

: avenged: their earlier loss; to Pompano Tuesday night authonzt-i

National MeetPahokee's bv taking the return gameS I, Another HospitalT j ClerkV.. P. Walker to advertise Canal PointThe

: to 5 at the City Park, Friday i I i If T bids for the purchase of ,

afternoon. Taylor was on the I feet of new hose and other incintal -
lodge of Elks has ::,- Western' Palm Beach Lake Okeechobee Farmers
mound for Pahokee: with Phillip* I ,i equipment for the cit'sfire

been busy with plans for its representation behind the plate. Crowuer .started Ho."r-.tal District i petati"s> trucks The council also ,. Cooperative which has l'pt"1t. J

with a local delegation -I' for Pompano but was relieved in Evt-rglades Memorial hospital in j granted raises in salaries to Robert at the Pahokee State Farmers'

at the 79th national convention -' the sixth by Hutchmson. Taylor Pahokee making; plans where- I J. Schroder. Harry Sheppard Marke since it was organized four

and conclave of Elks next I gave up S hits, 2 walks. hit one I Ii toy it will soon take over operationof :ami H. C. Graham of the water- '' years ago has purchased the

month at Portland. Oregon. Harold i I with pitched ball and struck out works Brandon
i I the present migratory hospital;; I department. Brokerage Company s
Rasenberg. exalted ruler of 8. Crowder gave up 0 hits. 3 ba.;e .i in Belle Glade. The federal Passed on final reading was a :' packing house at the Canal Point

the Pahokee lodge announced yevi i!I on balls, and struck out S. Robinson onmc-nt has signified its intentionof gov- revised ordinance prohibiting the ra'kingntt'r from Will Brandon

terday that three members would : was touched for one hit and closing! the migratory hospitalnext residence of negroes in certain restricted i i and will operate its business

leave West Palm Beach on JulyS struck out one. Snyder. Carr and month. : residential areas within at the new location starting in th.

to arrive in Portland for the I I Hodges!" hit for extra ba.* s to help; Members of the local hospital i the city limits. B. B. Justice wa : fall season. Mr. Brandon who

four-day convention which opens the victors. Love drove out a board have shown! interest in taking appointed) hrad of the garbage collecting -,I 1 farms 450 acres has joined the Co-

July 14. : double for Pompanc. i over the I department replacing: I. J.I I t! op. It is reported that LOFC is
In addition to Mr. Rosenberg, : ---- .. hosptal to :
be Fra urt' Sr. .who resigned. : r.egotiating with It. L. (Sam)
operated along with the Everglades
other local Elks making plans for - -.- '
Chastain who the"
owns adjoining
the trip to Portland are W. H. Freak Storm Does Memorial hospital in Pahc-
I kee. building for additional packinghouse
Vann and F. L. Pope. The local : Celery Concern Is ".
j i space.i
Members of the
hospital boardare
delegation has reserved drawing In GladesElectric II i i i Roy Segree. formerly with Umtvi
Damage : V. C. Denton chairman. Mrs.
rooms on the F. E. C. RailroaJ Gertrude Williams and Rupert Five Years Old j I i Farms Inc.. who has been ojfrat-

limited, leaving West Palm Beac'i :! ing his own brokerage" business at

at 3:40 p. m. on July 8. I power in the Glades Mock of Pahokee and Dow Geiger :1 the State :Market: for the past
of Canal Point: E. R. Mackey of
During the Portland conven- area was cut off for approximately I The Everglades Growers Cooperative year, will be sales manager for
and Lake Harbor and George Royal.W. :
tion mammoth street parade I two hours and Pahokee was is five years old and ha=;. LOFC next year replacing harry

pageant on the afternoon of July isolated from long distance telephone P. Risk. Mrs. Ruth Wedgwcrth through the years, shown a Peterson who resigned.
11 when most of the 25.000 con- and Herbert D. Beck, (.f Bed
communication for several I I healthy: growth. Last season the i I Since its organization LOFChas

vention delegates are expected to : hours Sunday evening when a vicious Glade. concern handled three-quarters of | proved to b(' an outstanding
Exalted Ruler Rosenbergand : The hospital board is
march. -
empowered small farmers
I waterspout whirled off the a million packages of celery and success in serving
his delegation from the local to levy s for operation of ,I '
lake around 5 p. m. and tore up this year more than hail a mil- in true marketing of their veg-
lodge will wear purple bands oji I the two hospitals. The millag and inadequate
|I electric power and telephone ser- lion packages were handled. 1 table crops. Inconvenient -
their straw hats bearing the word limit as set by law is 10 mills. facilities at
vice lines in the Runyon areisouth car loading
I I Homer Clause i is sales for
"Pahokee", which will draw it- \, of Cardwell. The Everglades Memorial h-.,,- manager I' the State Market prompted the
I the Coop and Jess Elliott is
tention to this city. Also they ;: Localized winds within tilt pital at Pahokee. announcing its gt"n't'ral | move to the Canal Point packing

will carry white canes with purple I, twister estimated to have reached proposed budget for the next fiscal manager.This the also handled j center." Joe Wadell is chairman
spring Coop -
bows. the velocity of 75 or moremiles year indicated that a 1.52-mll of the LOFC executive board and
the close of the convention additional tax is the Island Grove" celery deal
Following an hour. also fell several levy proposed for M. D. Ammons is bookkeeper.
on July 17, Exalted RulerRosenberg raising 17356. The $17.356. the 19 miles north of Ocala. An office ---- --
service and
trees well poles
I as as
and other members of hospital board reported to the was maintained in Ocala and mor"
I lines across the road and blocked
the" Pahokee delegation, will make county commission!" would be set than 75.000 packages of celery County Festival
traffic on State Road 15 at Run-
a side trip to Yellowstone Park I aside" "for the purpose of makingup were" handled. Mr. Clause recently
yon. Emergency crews workedmost
Grand Canyon and Lake Louis-, half of the deficit required to I returned from Ocala where he was
i of the night to restore normal Plans CompletedPlans
arriving in West" Palm Beach on I utilities service.While take over the migratory hospitalat I sales" manager for the Island i

July 24. Belle Glade." Grove deal. Sarasota operators
: the storm was formingon
The Memorial statement in the have handled this dea'
hospital's past Fourth:
-.- the lake awed spectators .>n for the weeklong
said that property of the The Coop serves seven (f'It"rygrowt'r
Festival have N'en"
'the levee" saw the formation of ., of July County
four separate waterspouts. Otis Western Palm Beach County Public !" locally. Officers are maintained !i virtually (completed and entries

Methodists Start Hospital district is valued at the state" market where
I Allen i nd Ronald Dempsey were at I I for the various contests ant
$11.419.000 for assessment purposes. i is located.
the prE"cooJingplant I in from
caught on the lake while" fishingfor ; sports events are coming
It added that a levy of Officers of the Coop are: Sam according -
bass sections of the.unty
Bible School near Kraemer Islan-1 call
i 3.75 mills would $ 2.821 I
iI When their boat capsized the two Chastain. president: L L. Stuckeyvice I to members of the Junior

men clung to a heavy growth of the distri-'t needs for payments" on president' : T. W. Knight. 1 Chamber of Commerce committee
bonds. A resolution making i
The" Vacation Church School of tall water grass' during the storm secretary-treasurer. i More than a dozen of the coun-

the First :Methodist: Church of Pa- I i I I and were thoroughly dunked by that levy was filed with the coun .- I I ty's outstanding N-auties have; al-

hokee made" a great start Monday the time a rescue boat with Police toard.. I Will Study Health l I ready ben entered" in the Queen'

morning with a large group gat-t-j: I j Chief Altman Morgan at the i iI The Memorial hospital's proposed [ contest to be staged nt Flagler
new budget anticipates $7695 *.-
ered. This group has grown steadily helm, reached tu.em late that! evening : Units In The State I Park :r. West Palm Bf'ach.f'.I-

each day. The promise is tha I after they failed to show up ; income" including. besidesamounts r.ej-lay evening of Festival week
raised from taxes. $7.20O
this will be the b.'st"acatio1 I when the storm subsided.Cigaret I Coun-ty Entries will be taken up to mid-
from the commission and
county I
Church School ever held at thrt -- Commission will seek to familiarize night; Monday. June 30 art "rdm :

First Methodist Church. The typ'of i 2.l74: ; from patients. Largest themselves! with the operation -' tr the committee from th. GatiKnia -
Permits items in the lint of proposed expenditures -
work accomplished, the worker: I I of county health units in Post. American legion m

assisting combine to give to the ; Due By Tuesday totaling S7V695 were other parts of the State was given charge of the event. The Festival
I 2v( oo for salaries and $19.256for
pupils the" best possible.The by the board Monday.At Queen will be crowned at the JavC -

comradeship team assistirp I Wholesale and r.-tail icaret li- rontmeencies. the suggestion of Commi.-:;: -e dance ThurMay night at
.\. of Bel'.e!
Mayor George Taylor 1
greatly" in giving direction anl j ,'t'n.s are now due and must be stoner Paul Rardin. the board authorized which time she wille prenl
Glade wrote that of his
leadership to the school obtained: by re\t. Tuesday when negroes : membersf' its count with a complete" outfit of clothif.j!;
town hav formed their own
F. J. Smith. Grovel.-ind. the new fiscal year starts. according health unit committee to go t.. a $2OO: wrist' watch and vari" .*
health clinic. He asked the
Misses Ruth of lliggin'ville. :: 'I to P. B. Gallagher district Polk and "inellas counties' to study other gifts The four m'-m). r

Ky. anil Laura Skinner oflakeland. beverage license supervisor.Of to contribute. equipment if possible. work of the health units there ''of her ro'irt will !.' ,1:1'num'r

!. Fla and George" Steel I the total of 1.721 retail pointed out the comm OWl presents including rins: net klaces
1"I I The commission held the
mt lhgf'ntl'ds- !' lighters <<< ompart
of Gainesville. Fla. iiits s >M :n the five-county district schedule ofd oners ran m..r" .
. I pital hudeet an.I t.
In addition to the above we have for lM 3-47. 1. 2O 3 were sold ,, :(usa request.for creation of i Among the sports evertTi'
tsxeof" the RUt: Drai"istrict -
with the Kindergarten;: Mrs. Ixis 'to' retailers in thi< Bounty: of th! <> I health unit for thin county at the! !staged dunnc Festival week.t'.
age f.> r ron.i.Jf'r"tv..n
Mock. Mrs Paul Riddle.! Mrs. J.*(',iSpenorr. nine whr'osale licenses, sir were budget sessions planned in several county championship Rolf
when :t fms; :te own budget andmillages. attention.cording a.
Mrs Calvin Sparer an t obtained bPalm Beach County weeks. is drawing top ,

Miss I..turio Rogers: PrimariesMrs. :wholesalers! he announced.! Marjtm. The action wa taken following to Fred Walker. Jr chairman

Jes-* F.lhntt.Ir: Curtis i Oke1' hobee. ::\t. L.UCIO and Indian -- ------- receipt< r,f requests fur information The tp-a-.itiful. newW'. -'

Chase. Miss Louise: Hamilton.Junior River Counte. ar* in the I >- The FJonda Railroad c..mmi!-- f ;a county health unit from City Palm Oearh ,""'mtr,, < !lib %:.h: "

Irs.n'h Hlakey. Earl ral disTru t No 9 son is htiMirg. a series >.t Manager H O Earwood 'If Ri: will hoo ..po-r..-5 to the p'/ -

Chance, Helen II.l:1t.'rm: &: Dealers, sllnc!; i itareta afte'June .. through the state to hear cor.ipl.unts Glade and Miss Alice Kelly! ..' the first time July 2. . .' ** .

ates ::'oING W Byrd. :Mrs: I:. J. 30 without a 19I7-4 lirer.s- "f person*" against srvi- Bovnton: B-.vh. tretry of themtv scene of the tourney t '.

Sfhrolor. J.>v FieKla and Thomas face pros.-,.-utisihlv fIn. rendered by common earner p- rtclary -: ('. Fe".!eratMn.f Trophies for low r. e' '.

I!owes.: Refreshment. are be- i j of $IO) .>r 30 days jail sentence f.r'a : hy companies FInn 1- Cli.b of the towns andjt..' "

ins served each: day by a Committee '; first offense: >500 set-*. formation pained the C--.mnr ("oam.RSi.' >r* r Lake Lvtai voicedthe county seven award to.M.r .!,

\\h"'t" Chairman this weeK I months imprisonment fc: each offense sion will determine the need if impression :).") co<;ntie'' in Flo bogeys for men act women win .

has ten. Mr. H J. .Anderson.r. thereafterThe any, for adoption of bus regulation da now !have ....inty health: units.. offered for the one-day event T'

week the Chairman will b-" license are available now It for the "safety. convetuenr . new 1-hole triune is erpertedbe .

Mrs E I. Mcllwain. The pa.;;,t'r the beverage; office at the court- I. and welfare of the traveling pubK Itrry Levin :is v:'.tln;: n,- in top Jape for the fens". .
..-- "-va.r.rrar ,.- -:> oral -.n. Mr ar.-J Mm Tp p 'rung and offer golfer
ha.served director with Mrs hose The retail! hrerj""' "I'sts $3 :t wa an- :need tv < "
as .. r, ... f-,."p *,
1 . .!"-. -,- t"r *.:* Vt T. .e pae
Smith a. assstant' director. wh le-ar! :;, .-r*.' $ > W i'r r C K.rg

Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, June 27. 1947

THE EVERGLADES NEWS e I I everything but falling prices. No.v I >E\\' BVGGING MXCHINE I I ery warehouses: or wherever large

it is the farmer and the merchant TAMPA Designed: to auto- stocks of produce are: reduced to
that is being hit by them.
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region matically weigh and bag such pro- small consumer units. The machine : -
From Orlando I drove over to
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Leesburg for the annual Watermelon ducts as potatoes oranges and will use either paper or net
Ad-ance. onions in consumer units of five bags
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Festival and it was a grand
eight ten or fittev-n pound9. a new ----
and glorious party I never saw
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn so much fun. frolic and entertainment bagging machine, known as the T. T. Phillip. chairman of the
Universal .ha board of Gulf Life Insurance
Bagger been placcJon the
Canal Second Class Matter
Point. Florid as packed in a single day'sprogram
in my life. When these the market by Food Machinery ''Company has been named a director -
Corporation's Florida DIvision at of the Florida National
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
folks up in Lake County put on a
about Lakeland. The accuracy and speed Bank of Jacksonville, it was an-
party they don't fool around
Time ElementAt it. with which the bagger operates nounced by J. LeRoy Dart, president -
street makes it suitable for use in groc- of the bank.
a baptism the proud patent were havingome diffi- parad Starting one with excitm a colorful? event followed I
culty quieting their infant son. In an effort to put them at another. some times overlapping - - --- -- --- - -

ease the pastor beamed at the congregation as he happily A bating beauty contest -

remarked, "And the baptism of this little baby giveme and watermelon contest were l<

great pleasure-it was such a very short time ago I married followed by a cutting a barbecup.

this couple.-St. Paul Di.-patch. tennis matches, baseball; gamPioneer's '.
contest. aquatic show.air RESULTSThat's

show. radio talent que t. beauty -
Jack Of All TradesIn
content! firework and a coronation -
a school in one of Chicago's poorer districts a ques- bill at which Miss Jeanne'

tionnaire was sent home with a new pupil, requesting infor- Crowe of St Petersburg wa what you want from any in-

mation regarding the home environment, number of brothers crowned Watermelon Queen for

and sister, father's occupation, etc. The next day she 1917. chosen from a group of 27 vestment. Profitable production of

returned with a crap of paper on which was the following: beautiful and charming conte<-

\Ve have 18 children. My husband can also do plumbing ants.C.. I Poultry. Dairy and Hog: : products and

and carpentry work.-Chicago Times. L. (Zip Slimes secietarvof
the Leesburg Chamber of Commerce Chicks raised to maturity.

:Fishing From BridgesThe a former Seaboard rail- I
road engineer: kept
legislature, :in parsing a new law relative to fishing and I mean moving On Tim *. II I Labor costs are the same whetheryou

from bridges on state highways, gave the state board department Guess his railroad training was responsible I

all authority although a< a matter of fact it I for that. He did a swell
had it already. as state agent for highways and bridges on job as master of ceremome-" Backing : i use a good feed or a poor one

the state list. him up were old wheel horse;>
like George Rast Festival chairman -j but there is a big difference in re rI
The new law specifies that the road department may prohibit I ,
fishing from its bridges. It probably will exercise this and Karl Lehmann. secretarrof
Chamber of I
Lake County
authority-as in the last-1)nl where hook-and-line fisher- the
men make a nuisance of themselves by moving back and Commerce invited -
Lake County pioneers were sults.Eschleman's
forth across traffic. If the fishermen so comport themselves to enter an old-timers CO*-i

as not to hazard their own lives and invite accidents test and each contestant was Feeds

they probably will be allowed to use the bridges as points of given three, tminutes in which to |

vantage for fishing.-Bradenton Herald. tell some interesting incident or

experience of the old day
Fireman's EpitaphA While the cameramen present are quality feeds, and we have one exactly -

spent most of their time photo- ,
minister! was to conduct the funeral of the town wastrel r'nhingthe teen aged beauties suited to your needs.

whose life had been such that not a great deal of good could : entered in the beauty content

be said of him. Even his widow understood that. Nevertheless : these" old-timers represent a better -

the pastor wanted to ay something on the complimentary advertisement for the countyand

side if he could, and it occured to him to scan the floral for Florida as they are the

wreaths with their cards of sympathy.The I living testimonials a* to th''

man had been a volunteer fire fighter and the hook- healthfulness of this favored section -

and-ladder boys had sent a beautiful floral piece. "This I KILGORE SEED CO.
I These old folk, ranging in agel
ought to have something if any does, the preacher thought. l
from 70 to 97 rears. were as
He was sadly disillusioned.'orked neatly into the de-
and could be.
sign"in red roses was this statement: "Gone to his last I IWhile one or two'had canes, most BRED-RITE SEEDS
fire. KVP
of them climbed up on the stage
- - - -- ----------- the of
------ with agility youngsters Pahokee Fla. Phone 3201
a lot of farms are just portions of They sang and danced and carr ,

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY land entirely surrounded by mortgages rued on in a manner that one of

Making hay while the the bv-standers termed "right

sun shines is okeh provided you smart i-I-I I
are smart enough to do it without They told some tall stories of -

getting sunstroke. the old days, how they came to .-----.- --. - -

(By Russell Kay) They didn't spend much time Lake County in covered wagor.sestablished

w- talking about how to grow vegetables homesteads. fought
I played hookey last week and but devoted most of the Indians bears panthers and laid YOU MAY NOT GETA

attended the meeting the Flori- program to discussing the problems I the ground work for the rich agricultural -

da Vegetable: Committee in Orlando. of marketing From all reports empire we find here to- VACATION !

Secretary-Manager LaMonte it seems that the average day.
craw invited me to his Free housewife is getting finicky With In those lays the wood were
banquet and then made me earn more goods on the market sic full of game and the lakes jammed But there i is no reason on the earth, why you can-

every mouthful by serving as can pick and choose and give more I with fish and about all a not t enjoy yourself at home especially if you equip;

toa tmaster. consideration to quality. We ca.i fellow had to do was drop a line your home with a modern .
After listening to the boys from I no longer get away with shipments off his back porch into the lak
the farm tell about their troubles of low grade inferior stuff and pull in a fresh bass for breakfast Attic Ventilating SystemSuch
I realized that being a tram? and must give more thought toI or stick a rifle out of a window -

newspaperman has its advantage. I dressing up our products in attractive and pop off a couple of squirrels an installation will give you comfort, not
The successful farmer it seems is I appealing packages. As; if he preferred meat Severalof
only for one season, but for many years to come.I I
a guy who starts at the bottom : one chap puts it "We've got to the speakers were born in Lake
and Wakes Up. sell quality merchandise that County and had lived there a'l' Drop in and let us show you plans and equipment
What with labor troubles bugs won't come back to careful buyers their lives watching it grow from which are the bet offered in the markets. t

disease, floods, droughts market who will". During the war. con- a primitive back country to its
slumps and a few other handicaps.: j sumers were hit by just about present marvelous stage of deve.opment -:- Preserve Your FoodsYou

Florida owes much to its pioneers have heard much about the deep freeze boxe
..'....w.wI not only thawof Lak
and chest. for the stocking and preservation of

County but in every: county Th* food, to last weeks, month or the j ea!'on. We
From where I sit. Joe Marsh great State we know and enjoy today -
: .fy can now provide you with 30 cubic foot deepfreeze
would not have been !
possihe. boxes effective in :service and beautiful in
tad it not been for the courageous:
folks who went through the rugged looks.

I Crazy Hat experience of pioneering undergoing -
11 nhli t""a hIp hard' hin Kelvinator Deep FreezeRefrigerators
and privations to set the stage f:>T
Wins Refrigerator !
/# FlondVs. future.

( The vegetable growers: of tMv

I may think they have their trouble The Kelvinator i:> tops in the refntrrator line and
One of those "Hreakfa-.t in then as ..h..'* put up with Ed's pipe and but they should listen to some of
lead them all with its fine deep freeze unit apart-
>rn ing**radio!oho.%, came to Capi- the other little fretdom he enjoa the stories old timers can toil an I
ment. Let us how the advantages of this
lol Pity last w eel.and arrah Carryon Thev've got that refrigerator tht"would find that they- are you

hrM prize for wearing the cra- home now. t.x-ked with beer; and pretty well off latent pot: war unit.
lied hat in the audirnrr. It was a we're coirc over toilet to ilrk awart -
.' We Began June First closing: at noon on'pdne=-
full! iird rrfiiterator, (The prize, Ceramic tile I.rc'L".j: In bath-
not:us:to'arrah'jI: hst taking ;
day for theummer months and m other +
rooms and kitrhf'nl. h
row being
: :
the hail
first but
:ze t..1 happily
pr errploved bv designers as a I days our h"ur, \\.11 vie < a. m t.. fj p. m.HETZNEIIS.
t.laJ tK' hats of hers H'-I
m o'Y .
paid : marred co-p: : wo'xe arre-i t '
facing material fr '
: ( "
at la!'t. .a>'!! Ed. treating the live with ore a.ther'e d'-'eren-e* '
tables! nUNo'ThOlws c.'ffeetables
whole I third. liVe a joVe list >'oacouUi in tasvwhether it's a taste for
and otdoo furniture i|
=*'e V wi prou 1 of Sarrah. hat or theI: i - i
From w here I sit. thrrr"* another i I
Asvmite editor J D Pe-r-:
thins Id: ran Hr proud of: the wax b tJ.t I kirr j' ft the Miami Herald t.>' 11 1Miarniar I

hr4 put up with tho-e hat of b : w( .* recently that the Evplai *--
ruh.-. ith "+eracritici mju.t ?. National: Park would piv j
cash ivijf-d of from JflO tn *ivani ) MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE FLA.
j jt"
. per rent w.ll all $41 e- (" .. .. .
!'I .- ->nvif. til.* state

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Friday June 27 1917 The Everglades, News, Canal Point. Florida Page Three

All officers and directors of the I'fUl than the forces of rood and !
Seventeen Join
Florida State Fair and Gasperilla I sinful men often seem to enjoy I Record Made In Stork Shower Held

Carnival were reelected at the annual I The Methodist Church the life of plertx. Towing Tin Dredge For :Mrs. Tiny Todd

meeting held in Tampa?- I! I The E"eningService will start

cently The new directors named The Sunday School of the Canal at 50 p. m. The sermon will be TAMPA -A 20000 mile tow cfa Mr::. Noto B. Smith entertained

were Peter O Knight, Jr., and Point Methodist! Church is planning "Where Are Your Children, a tin dredge bUIlt at the TampaShipbuilding at her home in Pahokee with a

George M Holtsmger. ,I i a Fourth of July Picric anJi message suggested by a laymanand Co.. from here t3 part and stork shower honoring

i! Beach Party Details of the outing coming out of an eyeopeningincident Barka Island in the Dutch EatIndite Mr*. Tiny Todd Tuesday nigh.

Will \jf announced in the regular n West Palm Beach this was reported completed Mrs Earle Pitts was a" contest

:i Sunday School session" next Su i- xxeek last Sunday! and Captain W H prize winner. Many lotlpifts

CHIROPRACTORWFST day morning at 10 A. M Delnar The Mfth-Kl; Youth Fellow- Smith of the Tugboat Watch Hill were received by the honoree

PM-M BEACH L. Hooks 13 in charge of the a.'- s'-m!: age 13-23. has voted to continue claimed the world's distance towing The hostess was assisted; by her
MON, WED and FRIBELLE tang mt'nts: X V, Max on is Sun- reord as a result.
Mrs .
GLADE weekly meetings dung the daughter. J Leo Maxwell n
TCES: THURS and SAT trintt'ndent.f the School. Tentative urrrrer Meetings start at 7:3nr A native of Jacksonville Smith the serving of refreshments

DR. L. S. JONESSuite plans are for the group to m. arc! ate-coners! will miss took the Dredge Stuxxesant. built Mr- Fannie Todd. Mrs Kansas
witness some of the presentationsat for hte Dutch Biliton .
301-02) Comeau Bldg much Company Todd Irs. O C Uptheproxe Mrs.
Phone 3650; Wt Palm Beach. Fla the Palm Beach Celebration including The list of those! who affirmed out of Tampa last March 11 for Pratt Pope Irs. C M Biktr Sr.,

the firework display Better their! desire to join our church I for the voyage which took him Mrs Charles Baker. Jr.. Mrs Earl

be out on Sunday to find out after the xixal led Y v Chaplain through the! Panama Canal and Pitts. Mrs Albert Gant Irs. B.

all about it! s'aw-rn: should have included two i irjjn'i" across the Pacific He was uc- Adams. Mrs J. E Sullenger. J'.
CHILLS ft FEVER The r>m-ter: will present as his name which were inadxerJ J I Iceseful in clipping almost two Mrs Roland Todd. Mr" Lawrence

DUE TO MALARIA theme in the Morrinp Worship!: I tentlx omItted last week: those of j i months off his planned voyage of Dan\ Mrs Marx Mordoff.Mrs.
Service at 11 a. m. \\ill 'Tb;> : Gaulden Ilir- npto". transferring: six months Laxerne Mxer Mrs. c U \Wtrenngton -

RELIEVED Kingdom Come'?" How is the will ; from Mt ZIOn Methodist Church in i i iG 'The crossing was so smooth x\o Jr. Mrs C B. tirlmc

of Go' hemp borne out in there "orpij: and! JaT.t'Yarft.'ld coming : could have made it in a rowboat," Mrs C. R. \Vetherinpton Sr. and

BY-- 666 nays in which the rile of greet: I' on transfer from First Mcthd said Chief Officer A. R, Little- Mr- Sally ShipltyPrince .

em.a. t'..d:.a draw! an;i grab seems to br more p wer- (. ;-t Church: of Plamx'ill?. Conn. field of Miami _
Tv. ;.e two were received into thei
i i:. ,' s::;r' !It-t :':urdabringing! ChKs McQuiisr cr. who was.

t I 17 the number to make tha seriou-.lx: injured in a motorcxt:

ST ,. Jnl' S. accident near Orlando several.1
CANAL pno:
POINT GARAGE I month ago was able to return I Theatre
--- lat week to his former job as (

'. meat cutter at the B\B market j
C \N \L POINT, FI.Jan.\ j Bible Class Enjoys
in Pahokee Pahokee, Florida
Good AttendanceTranks -----
Marcia Jean Guthrie return 1 Week of June 29th
n"\\' OK NIGHT
to the fine spirit of co- Sunday from a wt''k''i it wits

operatic m the part of the men her lather Xorxxood Guthrie, in

Specializing On Fenders & Body Work j at home the summer attendance Miami

j, A ft Pahokee I'n's Bible Class Sun.-Mon.

Painting Also A Specialty i First Baptist Church. is worthy of

much commendation and is indicative Classified Ads
of a degree of interest that if I r-- rte el'l''> 1

I more than surface deep This Sun- I h1G Re rOllta' l'''

,- dax with the return of the Class rt'IIIJC Stenographer Mrs Van INGRID I\I 'V8tt'\1

j -- Quartet. will mean for the group J, York at Everglades Discount: j
j InEAf
I I I another of the fine musical days Company in new \\roten Buildingon I ll''ftGf

minced l refitlarly.} Rex C .\" Bacom Point Road in Pabo- ''iu ItAB'O ru.ovs

! Our National Brands i Mobrp. tf'arher1! present the kee tf : "' E S'NDERS'

lessonhit we owe to the people -.--- f - : ......O...(M
r HOI xK
II OF ,"I'"
I calIt'the! Jexxs: 1 BEAUTY I 01115(1\0
i Last Sundax"s teaching brought '
All Phases of I -
to the attention of the class the Beauty Culture .
; Davis Deluxe Tires cessation of the Southern Kin Phone 42 12 .
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
I dc.m. the Northern Kingdom haying I

expired Howexer let it not
SEPTIC tanks and grease trapscleaned .
Davis Safety Grip Tires be und -r:-to.>d that the twje\e
i and repaired Phone
tribes are a thing: of the past. Theyare i3S72. Bob Douthit, Pahokee M17c I -- slam 8

not lost to pod and will yet EI'llYNIfKEiS

Davis Super Safety Tires play the most important part in HOUSE PUNTING: see John 1 /

I bringing about the peace of Jer- Chandler a veteran Pahokee )

salem which will mean the peaceof : Fla. June27p '
I Davis Deluxe Tubes I __ _
the world Their future contributions -- - - '
i It"
to society: and the salvation i CIIKMIC-\\EII repairs cracked .

of the world will far outweigh I valve seats, cracked Diesel ..

I: and outnumber those of the i heads!' cracks in cylinder walL, 6'ALSO

HOME OnXEDXD pat To be sure. .thf'Y are weighed car blocks and heads Bring

1, OI'ERXTED BY in the balances and will not bo work to Homers Blacksmith

Shop Pahokee. Fla. July 4 I
: found xxantmp" most cordial
I. M. LAIR -
-- -
invitation extended to all 'affiliated -
is tin -
FOR x\u;: Neat new little 2 ALSOaJ
I men and visitors to attend -
rilONE 2831 bedroom! home in Belle Glade on ,
I The class meets at :45 in i
large tot. Y500.>> half cash, immediate '
1'.AbOkf't"t. Florida Fellowship Hall The greeters se- I: I 1 J1
possession' C A Bailey TOM
clcted for this Sunday are Elmer I I Phone
70. Belle Glade J204tc : --O'D
Jones and Mike Hopench Lawrence -'
Jam'on is the president) T. FOR x.\L.K- Three bedroom homein

\\'. Knight the vice president Geiger subdivision 6500. in>- I

I ---- mediate posoession terms $1O 0

REMINDERS cash balance $52 monthlA I Thurs.Fri..
; Teen-Aprers Use Ford
;i Baile\ Phone 70" Belle Glade J20 .
Salesroom For Play ----- BANG'S W'ilrrlld; Siiit: '
.- FROM I-OK: x\LF- 32 lots Streamlir"suMixision : .J.
for (colored C A '
PARTY LINERS More than 50 young people attended MTSI12I! -
f Baile\. Phone 70 Belle Glade J20c
I the opt'mngof the Teenj j!

I ace ?IH,'"''r creation Club in UK III"t' and sell used farm

: B EI 1ott's .ilesroom Tuesday tquipment" Miller &. Parker it N t Rfrt

I'f night= of thi'f'f; >k. Pinppon::. FarmlartJnt'ry: and Supply Co I RICHARD

checkers card and other indoor : Phone f>31. Canal Point. Fla. tIt
cameo were placed and dircir .
to the music of a juke organ was I I'\KM 1.0 \S.000 up on well l IGIYYIiA L
>."ioxfd from 7 to 10:30: p. m. I(i I' los at 'd improved! land and o'attl ,

# 1 Hep ncirr B Elliott ha't .. rand:...!". ten to twenty years
to paC A. Bail(' Belle Glade'
tarred over the use of the 1 >rnl: \
Ford salesroom for teeipe rer Fla. tf.'
- --- -- -
'at'onal activities twice x\e-\ .
a '
1)0101 II.\\ KMOKto in"
n Tuesday and Friday nights
xest"oull you like to hart Lc.O-l ;; ,-
through the summer months. The
\'(Our money brine you S! Teri ei
fn-arers thf'mOo.l'f''ilJ r"-> in and 10 percent on safe in\e!'tm -n' ,
of the entertainment "RendezvousVith\
barge propramof -
on Belle" Glad" property Pee" C..t
hut rr.thpr" of tchill
Balf'Y.: Phone 7O, Belle Gla'iI I
-..n will be asked to act a1l chap-
J.'a. tie Anne"I
:.,-des. at the club parties Par -i'.
---- -
.* the t" '"..-"s s ers are asked to b' 'oi: ... \I.t: Two )lots In \vtxi.. : iiti, .\:',,'/" l''ayi' 1..rf.\: '
..'*p-v nsiNc: for the tmnsportati- 7' x !V> To xrterans onlal1". I I

.* their C'hiJ.r.-.n l to and from ts_. 1 f:KM n:m Movie Camera Rowl

;'\1It!" tw! chsperAre cannot aJI" a" n..*' It-,\ Pope Canal Pom, '
not lU.I1't.: : uflf; :
4 :'w jvsporsib.l" for the actions Fl,.nrl.1 IVI I,
Party line politeness means tw f'h"*.in Vfo'rarrxmc ."" ---- ----- '
oi: x. \h.I:: i T-20 Tractor. 1"s: Saturday.
fief -. '.
the \ -
"long visits over 'r n'1: the h:i.IdmpHil
f..t da.: 141 Oliver" pi. .* 1plow
------ -
telephone are out of order:
horM' 1 5-inch The
irricatr; Haunted
!-*' U Fdg." < f Aar! a i" the ;
.. For Rent close In rcr: V .
'. plump
.1- Ii r "f the Canal Point
V a..r.x" Labor rrp at Surd !land neat to> ridge. See t' \\' .i I .' rr V.,. i.r: A'.. I l. : .

. :--: v. .., J ".r' Pave wt-o Ammons at Qu l.tMark* .I.] ,r.r.:
Phone 2111. t'
.r ,- -:- t. t wlt h hr- !.ur.y! to DVIt' .\L] -r > -

Party Line CourtesyIs r. ark.Mr nIl la"T: : : _
I --
11 at ar.d O. P huV.HPw,,.- Identity Unknown'It
Catching \ L W L:!:" nay tranf'I 14U

I r. SOUTH*** IIU TIUPHONt AND TUIGtAFM COAU.aNY.INCOI..o""D I : H, r.1 1 *. :a v' !'rA' :n .\'TtU.a'f'r tank r'f \\ alk 'rI
," Pit i :-' Eo"t-':-," <
'. .'" J J. T-:. B-.:,T' .*'. .: I '

Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Pont! Florida
Friday June 2';. 194"

outside city limits commissioners its. unless the fixes houra. t ,
Hours Are Set For county Budget Requests 1 .\IIOKt:} BX1T1ST CIIL'KCII
said. If the state law applied such
Liquor Sales In Co. They called on all municipalitiesof place outside cities would be Before Co. Board i An overflow to attend congregation the is expected -
the county to adopt uniform dosed from midnight Saturday to graduationexercises
Casings! hours for all beer, hours for closing of such places 7 a. m. Monday. I A number -of budget I of the Pahokee BaptistVacation
requests Bible School
I this Sunday
wine and liquor sales places outside inside city limits stating the county "We'd make everlasting friends !! wero received by the Ountv Cons morning at eleven. A "surprisfeature" ;-"
municipalities in Palm Beach would conform in its own rulesto of the people if we'd close every : mi5slOnI1nday and placed in the ;
awaits all who attend. At
county were fixed as follows by such an agreement on uniforri bar all day Sunday." observed I j! budget file for consideration when nssht. the eight o'clock service
the commission Monday, hours. Commissioner Paul Rardin. But ',
county budgets are considered.The .
I the pastor Rev C. A. Moberg
effective once: The commission's actions were other commissioners pointed out I'(I Western Palm Beach CountsHospital
I will preach the next of the sere
Package stores-Open 7a. m. to I described as an attempt to brin; that they can't regulate hours inside District ( Everglades Ie-I of chart teachings on. "The Past.

8 p. m. on week days.. Closed ail I about some uniformity on drink cities. morial Hospital at Pahokeei sub-! : Present and Future of Satan

day Sundays. sales places' business hours in ----- r.-'ttf ,i a tentative: : budget for 8-1 The summer orchestra will pl.l;.'.
Other alcoholic beverage sales view' of the fact that a new state Poultrymen in 40 states competing I 69.25; of which S:;2.S21.3; will he i The choir will sing. The Illuminated -
I'laces-Open from 7 a. m. until 2 hard drink sales regulation goes in the S10.000 national in taxes from a levy of 3..;; mils! Cross" will be presented.The .
a. m. on week days. Open 2 p. m. into effect July 1. Chicken of Tomorrow contest to pay bonds.
until midnight on Sundays.The t It was explained that municipalities sponsored by A & P Food Stores. I Word was received from the ---

new hours do not differ have the right to set their say a meatier chicken can be developed Florida Inland Navigation District
greatly from those now observedby own hours for drink sales but that to bring better chicken composed of East Coast counties- Fl.1ridt"egetable: Committee -

most hard-drink sales places state law applies outside city limo dinners to consumers. that no levy is contemplated for reports that labor costin
the state have risen from $1.60
1947-4S. A tenth of a mill levy
per day in 1940! for vegetableworkers !
was certified last year.
to S550 per day the past
County Registrar DeWitt Upthegrove -
r year and are still rising. Pieceworkers
submitted a tentative budget
in fields and packinghouses
for S28.812.94.::! compared to a budget '
a for this year of little more earn much more.

than 2.000. He explained that if I

the new permanent registration
law had not been passed by the I L1--' :L' : ;; WI'

recent Legislature, a reregistration _

would have been requiredeverv YES SIR, A DOG 'IS JUSTASou11W j
two at cost of
years a I' '
S5.000.; He listed office items totaling -
Sl2 x,00. sub or precinct .
registration officers. S5.M2. and MOST FRIENDS, TEN ARE

equipment necessary for the re- ABUSED _
resi=;tration. S10.40O91. A LOT -
The Ritta Drainage District submitted \ -
a schedule of taxes for ..

lands in the dIstrict. t > :1
I rr..:;
--- , ) / ;

Charles Kennen -' --J aJ t I IJ '
:Mrs. I
.) \.; ':. Y
Has Birthday Party .. ...
/ . ..
4. ..
I Mr. Charles \\'. Kennen c(>!e- /'i f (

\..)tJ 'rated her birthday anniversaiv I! \ ._ \
at a dinner! mrtv; at her home in

Pahokee atlrda't"nin!:. Guests
,.. << I wt'reIisi! \"l'naIat' Murphy Miss
No one can afford to abuse a:
I. Kathnne Gueriy. Mrs. E. O. Mu.--
I.'Q tar or the motor in it . drive
\ .1 phv. Mr. and Mrs Ellis; Murphvand
/r: I :i ruefully and come to th-t
.I; and Mrs Mack
\ "... ..."" .... J' y I daughter. LAKE SHORE MOTOR COMPANY -
(,. '- "" t'b Murphy and son C W Kennen
; ::; ; } ,j ,
,, S and children. Neal and Anita. for highest quality >-
? par replacement paits an I
-- -
I Ir
"' automotive repairs: of all kind
I. The Miami Junior Chamber "f
We're sure to please
.... .. Commerce has issued a warning.
.. against efforts of an out-of-stat.
-, insurance company that is off 'r-
Alti ing polio insurance in this star:.

\\)\\- The Jaycees point out that the I9r.PIANOS .
Of National Foundation for Infantile -
< ; ; .
; S. '
Q\. Paralysis takes care of methcal -....
\. Cj' -", I and hospital expense of poI"" "' ..NO"'I'. "11.--
\ ) .. victims and that such insuranceis

.: )\- not nece *sar>'.
of\ nom our unusually fine
Sl stocks we have singled out this

< Q outstanding Sink Cabinet to show how JEWELRY MUSICJ.

1% 'fi- far your dollar will go here. All-steel Cabinet

-baked white enamel. Double drainboard combination.Top I
is linoleum with stainless steel edging and 18x20"vitreous

... china sink. Faucet and basket strainer are solid brass and chromed. I JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.

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June 27 194 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Pagt, Five

I Miss Betty Umvin Becomes Bride Of Vegetable: :Men Have TWO MILLING VGENCIt> Priest Graydon

Robert Hitchcock In Pahokee
Splendid :MeetingORLANDO i ORLANDO Advocating two
-- central marketing agencies for Mi:-> Agnes! Rebecca Gravdon,
The Pahokee First Baptist I tions centered with! yellow rose At their annual te Florid citrus industry. the daughter of S. F. Gra\don of Pa-
Church was the setting for th" budsMrs meeting here last week: Florida United Growers and Shipperscociation As- hok;t.. and George C: Pne'lt. son
marriage ofIL=s Betty Unwm, David i of Mr and Mr- \\ilham E Priest
sistpr-n-la'-; vegetable decided to i j unanimously adopted a
of Mr and Mrs. E..Iwa'dtnwin : growers ap- of Irdiaitown.
daughter j resolution last week for were married at
lof the bride was of th' calling
of Pahokee and Robert H I l in charge peal to Congress: to establish a I industry consideration of a the home of Judge and MrsV. JLarnmore .
Hitchccck Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs i bride's book at the desk at the high level tariff against foreign posal to establish two marketirg pr.- in Pahokee on Situdiv *'-

Robert H Hitchcock. Sr. also of ,, front door of the church. grown produce and to help synchronize -: agencies that would have comple* ,. June 14 The vows were readby
Pahokee, atI p. m. Sunday, Jun Willie Fred Hitchcock was hisbrother's I'' the: flow of farm labor I II control of the distribution and sale' 'i I Judge Larrimore in the presence
22 i iH best man and David Un- of Florida fruit. that '' of Mrs Earl Cooper sister
(','. Carl _\. Moberg. pastor I win. brother of the bn'1". and Pat it' t..<' planting and harvesting; sold for canning of the bride. and J. Holt of Ir.dian-
Gibson ucVis. I I tir e reeds of the mdustrjT .
read the vows' for the double rip? The Indian River section would town. witnesses
ceremony as the couple stood beneath I Mrs Unwm. the bride's moth<'. i I h' i:.c a:nor of the Florida Veg- not be included in the: two associations -I The bride wore a pastel crepe
a white latticed archway : wore an ensJTltof rink arid .' ab!e C nmittee, attended by but would be asked to j dress with white acct"osori's. Sh
entwined with fern embedded':i white mesh with white accessories: vegetable! growers from all over cooperate in the over-all selling; waa member of the Pahoke
with Easter lilies. The altar wa: i| and a corsage of pink carnation-: the State, was termed the best in job. j'' High School lc 47 gradu3tingc1as-.
decorated with baskets of white Mrs Hitchcock Sr. mother of t-; the organization's history. I Mr Priest is a graduate of
gladioli with a bank of palms bride lighted by cathedral tapers and i'I lace dress: with white accessories transportation growers appealed i| Gamot To HandleWestinghouse I employed on a ranch near Indian-
cross in the background. and a corsage! :: of pink carnations for a minimum of 500 new refrigerator -j| town where the couple will make
I Deal
Mrs C A.Iobt>rg. Mloi.3t. Mrs Hitchcock is a graduate of cars to be built for propr l!i I their home.
sang Because" and "I Love You I iTruly. Pahokee High School. Mr Hitcn- icing and shipment of fresh: vegetables i I .
." Mrs II. L.. Jaudon player : rock received his education at from the state to northern I \. J. Gamot of Pahokee this
a \oilm solo "A1'aysliss Peggy Fort Lauderdale and is now a merchant markets. week becomes: branch dealer of ; A punctareealirj tubeless tire
Ann Moberg. pianist plajelseveral ; in Pahokee Action was taken to get the Westinghouse: electrical! equipment t oal of tire manufacturers since
prenuptial selections and : Immediately following the ceremony Government to maintain existing through the Glades Applianrv th' dawn of the automotive era-
the: traditional wedding marches :'>Ir. and Mrs Hitchcock left labor camps in production area Corporation in Belle Glade A I has been developed by the B. F.
The bride, given in marriage bv for a three weeks we.Hintrip:; 2* directors and alternates fo' stock of (.ipment has been moved : Goodrich Co. and soon will b*
her father wore a street-lengta to the mountains of North Carolina the coming year were elected at' into the store: room next doc. available in limited q:n*.t.t'e': ;*.
dress of white crepe with a lace The bride chose< for traveling the close of th ethree: days session. to the Dodge place in Pahokee .u-- -
joke and draper skirt. Her : a printed crepe dress with La Monte Graw manager of the Mr Carrot extends a cordial invitation I ti;rr* fnHi pits" < A'ill continue
houlderlength veil was caught toa white accessories and a white CO, committee said directors will: to all of his friends to until suppliers find a way to r:,-
crown of white bridal flowers sage.: On their return the couple! meet in a few days to elect officers pay the new electrical appliancestore duce their pric and she carried a white: Bible will make their home in Pahoke". for the jear a \isit i, Stores reports.
centered with a white: orchid and Out-of-town guests included Mr
showered with tuberoses and sainctreamer I and Mrs A. J. Nvchvk Fort
< :Mvers: Mr and Mrs L. E Will
Mrs' A. J. Nvchvk of Fott and children Belle Glade: Mr
M\ers. sister of the bride. W'iS and Mrs L.. II. Hitchcock Miami:
matron of honor. She wore i Mr and Mrs R. \.... Harrison Mr
street-length dress of yellow crepe and Mrs. David Hitchcock and Mr
with a paste flowered hat and! and Mrs J. \\*. Harrison Tampa: / i' 1
white accessories and carried a Mr and Mrs Glen Davis and HugiDav
colonial bouquet of blue carm- 'is. Okeechobee

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Vacation School !'County Festival n INTERNATIONAL

rvintirued fra' i page 1

Will End Today I countv finest: test of their kill in the 101 HARVESTER

Today will mark the close of th" I Howler will have four clays

Vacation Bible School of the First from July first for the: countywide -
Baptist Church of Pahokee. The i, tournament at the Carefree
results are most gratifyingwith
Bow law a\. arC'ordingto Elias
some 1">0 attending The principal I
Rev. C. A. :Moberg. most appreciative Chalhub director. Trophies for
of the fine spirit of high scores from each community

operation on the part of the co-I:: and mter-citv team itches on
ulty and the friends. whose \' te! night of the Fourth are: sche.i-Iuled
contributions made the school tne No local leagues will :>e _ZiWll
success it 13. I I bowling during the period and entrants -
It was Rtv :Moberg joy several will be able to roll their
years ago to lead a school of three-game sets any day of the
this nature with an enrollment of Festival between noon and midnight -
400 and an average attendance of .
over 300, the largest in this state Chairmen in each of the communities /

for that year yet while not as who are handling the applications #/,, '\' Don't delay. . supply
large schools in this area considering for all tournaments and /
of the \ not unlimited. visit
the fact that many contents report sufficient entries
workers have are of a high standard to make each of the events a real oursncwroom today117 /
1 with as fine a degree of interest county championship, according:> I
ability and enthusiasm as Ben York, superintendent of recreation t -
A beautiful.ubi net
can be found anywhere Plan for atVC'st Pilm Beach | r. I/ .,, .
'v' _,.A --. */: und a mechanical mar.4 -
school for next
finer yea- where all being
an even applications are '"
arealready under waj"A filed) | ii ._ /1/11, !/ vel.. designed and

picnic will follow todaj session I I Boxing. swimming: divine ten-1 ,ia,( (lL.; ._ built International

with eat and games at the *MS. shufflehoard. skeet fi*hinz.; / Harvester, with the
city park. The graduation exercises I softball. volley ball horseshoe I II :' c I a'0/////Itl//Ntfl% tnngcstbrclrrourdof
will he conducted this Sunday I pitching and contract hriIgar..' 1 , I U '
I II iy -l/filZ,1/ 1./ engineering and manufacturing -
morning eleven clock ml I|I am'ng:: the: Festival ever'ay'hp.I.ul..d. "
1 skill, in the
the church auditorium Fellow sh1'1! !II H 1wi'J I 1/'I'" I 1 1/1/1// ,I
Hill The public is invited After I]I, /I refrigeration industry.
presenting the certificates, th. I II II : :/1 tI flil/lff/'l1' Adds new convenience
hand work will be displaved The I|I '
I Ii I'1' and economy to all the
"Children And The I I I ,
f..llowingaist..l: Beginner Dtp : other advantages of
Mesdames S Mullio. M Thompson i in' j i f. aw," Circle Subject I \ I --- I; J I J frozen food
Kl'mlP.. \\atson and fit 1
Misses Carol Phillip .Rupt 1. ; '. I II &b
Mrs D \\ dmningha r. nes: ? )
Joyce'r.lil I>,' ..
nIaloy; Primary ptMevdime "
,'n md the I avi at a meeting o' -
H RirneStipt. Dor'>- j I the Simo".. 'n-Lair Circle Pihokee; I II t I I_ _
thv l Kilptnck. W. A. Keen T. .
I First MethodistCSCS: at th : ::
Knight, L. Jaudn. C. It. \\rotei.j home of Mrs (- T. HoweAndl: i iafternoon.

and th.1i se> F Caraway: F. :M>s. F. J. Smith olGoveind Freezes and stores 355 pounds cf delicious withFROSTLOK

RogtrJunior Pept :Me,..lim"-? who n acting as counselor I food..full 11-cubic-foot capacity... rkeysrore
F G. Gilhs i::::jpt Mesdames F at the Jo'trtt..tho.i..t: Vacation of "The In'erMa.ionol Harvester:: FREEZ-AREA

Keen Pearl Agner.M Johnson church school this week andre : System of Food Preservation" W VAC u.5 1 1
:M C Gai H anlIISS: IarrwttSheppard
: :"
't. told of her t .
: intermediate Dt'pt.. TIGHTWADrES
ihillren of th church Mrs M I
MrC .\ :\t"ht'r i ::::upt I. M1"
Pmm'n was in chugof th* | 4 and 12 other big featuresH&MOffEY
<- L hlrl.'yIIS": Peggnn : devotional i iMs 1ES'

:Mots'rg s,'rv....1 :i punist anti '. ':- I Jnders. ro.l r*>p,>rt" i !; sA J1 f t
rotary Baby'ors: Joan Jaudon .
of needed
that a gift m t- "
W.t" tit s'h'l nnsot I terials has K>en sent to the Rev
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'F.1nl"lll.IFIT I I I' France The Fir -
.\! the First :Methodist ('lurchf \\'<*C:* recently "a.lopted" t- ;
,' Pahokf the Pi'or It'C" T I I ::::n:et family and wall attempt t ,
ll'wes. wall IL>.' as his SermoTs ::: keep them supplied<< with essentit: ( Glades Equipment See le
'Ih i jHt at he :MoTirgor;*iip needs during the reconstruct;.'r.
-.r\ :;e The Fir from Heaven pentad :n FuropeMr
The 1-vening :s'ubjott:: will bt "ln Ralph Stanley wa- horse >-' Company
,'..lnf.'rt4t'J. Ile !=" Special::: Must .! 'r her birthday anniversary !!

:at both services.. wIth a gift from the circle Mi HIS' ."
-- -- Tuba Skov of Denmark was .i Flank Shaughnessy Pahokee Fla. 9Friday.
:\t"1 ,'rt S::\" !er is visttin:; !I guest Mrs \\' H L ijr. co-hostess.
relrtires this Dinner in Georgia' assisted Vr Hicre! with te re
:*- 1 He'r.d'r."c:'> N o fresSits

The Everglades News; Canal Point Florida Friday. June 27. 194 J;

I trig, so I'm sure you'll enjoy your
Cinematic ChatterBy night at the theatre with this

Malcolm Millar i double header. "Advance-Design" Chevrolet Trucks Make Bow
| Thursday-Friday comes anoth-
'" I er double feature. First up is
The Sunday-Monday offering at Richard Dix and Barton McLane |
the Prince Theatre brings to the :, in a blood curdling story under I
local screen two of the greatest the title "Mysterious Intruder."

stars in show business. Ingnd I This is a throat clutcher and you '
Bergman and Robert Montgomery. will I a3t 'i S a wu.
I certainly enjoy every moment ] ee5g.x
The picture is "Rage liHeaven" of it and go home looking behind I $;

Taken from a famous novel and I you.Second one up is "Rendezvous |I

adapted to the screen this is ona I with Anne" starring Eddie Albert

of the most absorbing stories to I and Faye Marlowe. There is a
be screened locally. The dramais I dandy cast of well known featured

tense and nearly every sceneis players in this piece and the story .
gripping in its exciting depic is such that you will be really interested ; SAE a c. n
tion. through every frame of
Assisting the stars are George this mystery. tii- iiTI: I
Sanders Lucille Watson a n -1 j I Saturday brings the usual I

Oscar Homolka. j I double feature. First up is th' \e -JI4

There is a double feature for Western portion of the bill "The _

the screening Tuesday Wednesday -,1 Haunted Mine" with Johnny Mack! ,
opening picture is "Queen of''! Brown and Linda Johnson Starring ,:<
Burlesque" with Evelyn Ankers 1 -. The action is rapid and to
and Carleton Young as the Mars :' be sure, the usual Mack Brown

and a large east: of clever performers : -j expert horsemanship can be e\
assisting. It is a very !1 pected.

clever !story with some of the j Second one up is another x;
most modern and popular j ong mystery with Richard Arlen and x.:
numbers introduced during the ]I ChE'ryl'alkt'r as the principal

screening. I j Players and a cast of well recognized -

Second picture up i it a thriller players ai,1ingthis pair of
under the title "Criminal Court", stars in the unreeling the story I

with Tom Conway and :Martha Yes "Lucky N'ight" was a huge highways The trucks of America that will Chevrolet's bring true postwar design to the I rugged( and durable than ever before. First units were

O'Dnscoll)) as the Stars and a very i I success. Everyone was tickled of commercial vehicles. will new be introduced"advancedesign"line the built in Chevrolet's Janesville (Wis.) assembly plant
to and
clever supporting cast. The storyis Pink. :Many folks won valuable trucking industry June 28 by Chevrolet dealers across the America's were Dair appropriately land." Miss hailed. Here the "Queen of I
> Betty Gene
absorbing, thrilling and excit-II gifts and merchants and public country. Inforporating a variety of new features that way, Wis. christens the new vehicle Gardner as Gov Ridge Oscar
want it assure greater operating efficiency, load-carrying
repeated again real soon. and ability Rennebohm Wisconsin's chief executive (right), and
See you at the moviesMai.. highway safety the new trucks are said to be more R. W. Podlesak, Janes\ile! plant manager, look on.
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NOTICEClosing I'AKK CHEATED Women To Attend I Belle Glade FFA Rewards were presented t'.v:

WASHINGTONThe Ever- University Of Florida Wins First Place winners by Bob Bishop, immediatepajt
glades National president of the Florida Jr.
park, which eventually -
Hours for will encompass 2.000 square I ORLANDO The State Board DAYTONA BEACH Chamber of Commerce and secretary -
miles of Southern --- Twentytwo of the Honda Chain Sto.-e
Florida, was if Control on the basis of housingand Florida Future Farmer stu- Assn.:;
the SummerDR. I created today by order of Secretary
financial conditions at theUmersity dents
of received FFA awards at th.- John Porter of Quincy. Frank
J. A.
Kmg. and
'President of Florida voted last annual convention of the Florida Mclntosh of Paxton. Billy Colsonof
I Truman was invited to week to receive
women at thrGainesville Association of Future Farmers lien ton. Gween McCormick of
D. S. SPOONER (ber.attend its dedication next Decem- institution next Fall held here last week. Summerfield and Dale Robert of

but indicated they could expert Carl Perry. Summerfield Higi :, Waiichula won the Florida Hankers -
Office will be closed Krug officially established the little in the way of housing ac- School youth was chosen as til' ( Association contest each receiving -
park on 860.000 acres when Gov.Millard .
commodations.A .
top future farmer in the State receiving -j j a $100 scholarship to the
All Day FridayDR. Caldwell delivered a $2- resolution approved by the $100
a cash prize. Cegolle of Agriculture of the University
000.000 check from the state fa: board said similar
The Belle Glade Chapter was j I| making the awards.
the purchase of privately owned to male
apply students at Talla
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chosen as the best chapter in Florida J
lands to be added to it.
hassee's i
E. J. GRAHAM Florida State University and received $50 in U. S. Sayings | Mr and Mrs. L. L. Shirley ac
-.. -- except to the extent of facilities : Bonds. Deland was second i i I j visiting relatives in Parrish and
Office will be closed A tourist attraction that is available through the use of boil 1- and Blountstown third. j'Tampa this week
ings at Dale :Mabry Field.
its Silver ---
holding own with
All Day WednesdayThese Springs. Cypress Gardens. Bok The report on housing showed
3.406 applications IziiIi": '
already in from
Tower and other points of interestis a
single students, with
the Navy's great spectacle at space in permanent -
new hours Green Cove Springs where 550 and temporary dormi- SPECIALIZING INS
tories for only 3.007. The largestvolume
Naval berthed. F
are 1.c"1.
effective May 19, 1947 ship has been reconditioned and I of applications i is expected BODY & FENDER REPAIRS
in July and August.Arrangements .
is ready to steam out at a mo s
-I ment's notice. were made for I
I continued use of building at the TIKES AND AUTO
former Alachua Army Air Base. ACCESSORIES
a .a a a a w a a a a a + a< + and it was indicated that 300 men
> >ssssa. >sss >c >. >. >s >s >s >sss >s >s >s >. >< >< ss >< >
+ r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r v A students will be housed there. j AUTO PAINTING .
. 'I -

..!. THE CAMERA CENTER National Park Is :
<. I Bennet Bros. Service StationBox

..:. . i! Assured For State
is now equipped with a repair department. All work : 0
243 Pahokte Phone 579 Belle Glade Road
< will b promptly done by experts familiar with all ."'. I - '
: makes of domestic and foreign cameras. MIAMI The vast Florida Eve'-
< s I
gladesf romantic and
mysterious '
: OFFICE tlrlP\nXT: :
< . legend) will become Amt-r l'a's new- .

..!. HLSEGRIFFITII, INC. 4:. pst national park for all to explor.
I Formal dedication t>f the park
i? ,
s'. 313-1.V17; Datura St. Mione 3885 cAi
: UEST:' PALM BEACH. FL4 \. : set for December with President
I 4V > Truman
r rr tentatively expect tr :

V vvvvvvvvvvv0I participate. tip for ice-box raiders
r r r r r r . .
| The recent Florida Lepi 'latur'

| approved! payment of 52OHOOOO: to

j jth':(' piitment of Interior 'or puI :'- Mar Chocolate Milk

I chase of remaining territory to ,
I I make the I II
park a massive combined:
.spread of 1.25O.OH) acre of land.1I'

and ater. and.ventu.tllv 2.OOO.-
r It'a wi itlonperatinjr m thr
oil arro The State has already
I' turned! over "", acres it own"! nh< keephvr n-frpTator r T-

to the \V;kl:fie Service for poh- ularly :,tI'kt'dith I Alfar ('"hcico-

ing. !late Milk.

!r A Servant of the Glades |! Last Knig week in Secretary Washington nf accepted the Interior --

i I i ii | the State's S20OOOOO: and iu i i: That good (Itep chocolate flavor Mendwl) withal

side an order --Jfrlannp., Everglades :l hf jrm nlnes> of Alfar Milk. All the f.t'nwflt"! ,

TllMlaml: I a National Park of nourishment and energy sealed in, plu* a flavor -
4 Ruses ; !i Floridaxp.-t ts the park to it-
that! will please palate. Oh toy tthe
I any
T|, WtM palm iu-ach tract a mllion visitors a year wtn
i an annual r\vrr :n f-Xf'f''i' ,f n:"-t r j'if! ..rr-
Daily To Ft MtrLakeland 1 ; l '! ?lrtOOOOOOi
i !n 1 tlr 1 J.r..wLr
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Ja.'; Fl, r1 pdite - . .
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: : : '
rr-Te peanuts tvai try: ,,!-:-
Glades Motor Lines Inc. .
er 'lnt in the lr.tJ ?!af<--.
ac nrdaC t.... t"e Sn'ahrr.: P..-

.. SEUVIX.; THE GLADE I !! f ire: In3t state w::1' h al.'a", ..
i i that P."r.'l!!' ara !:"W '::" !' :!', LFA

; rash cry rT.: the S- 'x" I\
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iI I Mirth: Oasl and: P-:: :rl. v .\--.. CREAMERY
I J ATrronsf Canal Pri'.t re"r--

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+!1 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 ., ,

! sible time, regardless of danger. -<>"._:-' = .:'- .

; Mr. MotoristOBSERVE He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety . .
! officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who 7 :
t were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year.This ; Ii '

i i 1 MAKE year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally! .
I .. SAFE oRIVING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many 1..,. ,
! A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across only

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

! I o Take this as your personal warning. The next time your
I I luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
now te walk safely and live longer.

Prepared by Ht. Associated Da G..
of Florida. th I. Florida PreSs At oelation.
.and the National Conier.
lion Burtau... as a public .ervk..

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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida F: .Jay. June 2;. 1917

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4r : : Counties Lose Tie regular monthly confernuv
of the teachers and officers. of th'

> ', "':'''' :);'' ';: '. ..... Liquor LicensesTALLAHASSEEState Sunday School of the First Bat

'Pt[i'tjL*: i..?.[)B' I D" ff1 j beverage tist Church in Fellowship of Pahokeo Hall.was Mondiy conducted -

Director James T. Vocele! night at sevent thirty o'clock WILl

$ Monday ordered immediate cancellation Assistant Superintendent L a w-

THE SUNSHINE STATE of all liquor licenses held renee Jaudon presiding. The co..-

hy soc'al and fraternal clubs in 1 ered dish arrangements were "1

I dry counties under a 1935 law charge of the ::\Mesdames. Kemp

which the st': reme court recently and F. G. Gillis. It was voted 13

held invalid. invite Mr.: Tom Collins State Sunday -

'r s He said 13 club licenses in Leon School Secretary, to be tho

Suwannee. Alachua and Polk': 'speaker' and honored guest this

e7atilt '> counties will be recalled. I j,i Fall, upon the occasion of the dedication -

They were issued under a pro- of the newly completed educational -

vision of the 1933 liquor law permitting I' building. It is planned

bona fide clubs to serve I.|I' to conduct these exercises in con

alcoholic drinks to their membersand : nection with the revival scheduledto :

glestslnd.or special licenin ?::-- begin: October twenty: first.

dry counties. I ...........

- CharleMcQuaig.! Jr.. acconi-

Frank Hozelle. Jr.. left Wednesday panied byl1ss: Joan Gilliland.West .

of this week for Brevard. X. Palm nt'al'h.''d his pa--

C where he will attend the Tran- rr.ts. Mr and Mrs. Charles M.-

sylvania :Music: Camp for the nexts Quaig. Sr. in Pahokee over t".eweekend.
x weeks. .

Notice !. t.nE'tIH'n that the following: described land-, or !'o much thereof -
__. .4_ . I a" will be nere''-ary to pay the amount due for tales for the year 1945.
herein set opposite' : to the "arnt' to t'thf'r.1th the cost of such sale and ad-
Thi.- is the cover of a new ..Jpa e booklet just issued by the Florida State Advertising Commission and yertl"lng111 te od at public auction on the 7th dav of Julv A. D 1947 jt
now tc.rig mailed to those who reply to the state's national advertising campaign. ta'ei" e o'clock noon at the City Hall In the City of Pabokee. County of Pam
Beach and State of Florida.
(.cau-f* of tie scarcity of printing paper and the heavy demand for booklets by those interested iu

vis-tins, For 1(1a. distribution is handled entirely by the Commission in response to inquiries coming r _
iron the state ;. I .
regarded ss the finest brochure issued, by any state the new booklet: is titled "Florida. The Sunshine I '-" ...r.: C. I .. M-
State. and is completely illustrated with 107 fu'1-colo-' photographs showing the state's recreational, DEscfrTICN: Cr ? s a?

ind.. *.:ial. agricultural, home building and business advantages.The I. L-\SD: I z: ..:..;. :c:" I center spread of eight full pages contains an official map of the state, showing highways, national I I I !
and state park, rivers and harbors, cities resorts and paints Of interest. Pata is on schools,
Lot 1 Rice !Sub.: nk: :2
18 42
31 Mfrs.
R W.
DCI'\'ru !:!:!.10
gardens and springs, fishing, hunting and trapping, motor laws monuments, transportation facilities Lot 11 k 12 Fnt'nc1
and many; ether important factors. I II Sub of> Tract 28Bk
. 2 _______u_____ 18 42rr: Freeman Campbell 220
LN 1 Gelccr Sub.
I I II Bk.: 1 ._ IS ';2n E. Iwltett 6.00
I I :Mr: and .:'oIl's.V.. R. Kaufman I two weeks' vacation spent at S'I wly! 01't the N. W.
I and children have returned froma White Springs and with his parents I 24 & 25 18 42:01: F. k R "C'rp'raUC'n 96)f
I' I ,;. tV"; 62' of S. Ey:
visit with her parents in Fort : in Lakeland. i 116' of the S. Wlf
= Lauderdale. 15' cof Lo--------- 18 42 oJ,1 F. k R. Correrattcn 96J
I C. J. Roberts
of Georgia visited ;: S Ely 50' cf the NVyly .
:Mrs.: \\'ileTiUis has returned Mr. and :Mrs.: Kenneth Mock in Pa i 18-1' ct> S. Wly
15' of> Lot 25 __ _ 18 42 i'7
u F. k R. Corporation 9 60Lot
from a two.t'eks' visit with relatives -:hokee on Tuesday Wednesday 5
Garden Sub.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee of I in Georgia. ':I of this week. Tract 9 ___ _.n.U 18 .u 27 Leon Guthrie Isn

Fort Lauderdale. accompanied by I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins had j: Miss Bette Lou Pickett attended Lot 13 Tract 5 u ___ 18 42 37 Gt'n. Purt'ha."ln Co HI\\)
i' Lot H Tract 5 18 42 31 Of'n. Purchasing Co. 1-110
Jack Malasky. spent the weekend as guests the past week Mr.: and a Delta Zeta Sorority house Lot 15 Tract 5 u___u_ 18 42 :.- Gf'n. Pur'ha."lng Co. 1-410
in Pahokee visiting her parent, :Mrs.: A. F. Hooks and :Mr.: and party at Daytona Beach last week Lot 16 Tract 5 ___u_ 18 42 :S7 GEn. Purchasing ("0. H13
Lot 21 Tract 5 18 42 37 Gen Purchasing Co 420
Mr. and Mrs. G. \\'. Byrd. Sr.. I Mrs. Jack Rush and son of Miami.: before returning home from Flor- Lot 22 Tract 5 _hU_____ 18 42 27 Gen Purchasing Co. 420
and his mother Mrs. V. R. Elar- Miss: Phyllis Belk is taking an ,i ida State College for Women to I Lot 23 Tract 5 ___h_ 18 42 37 Gen Purchasing Co. 420
I Lot 2-1 Tract 5 __n u 18 42 37 Gen Purchasing Ct 4t.0
eight weeks' study course at An-[upend i the summer vacation with Lot 25 Tract 5 u u__ 18 42n Gen Purchasing Co 4 23
bee.C.. W. Howell, who has been the drew Jackson High School in Mii,i: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lot Lot 5 28 fi Tract 6 washirgtonPk. 5 _____ 18 42:1 Gen Purchasing Co. 420

guest of his son-in-law and daughter. ami this summer to obtain extra I i i T. Pickett, in Pahokee. BIt. 1 u________ 18 42 31 .<\. J. Gamot 3300
Mr. and Mrs. :Marshall, returned credits in preparation for entering :j Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fields Sr.. wt 12 W hlnl'=ton
j i Pk Elk. 2 __ _ _n 18 42 31 A. J. Garnet 1590
last week to his home in Emory University this fall. ,, have as guests their niece, Mrs.' Lot 4 Wahtngton Pk.

Luverne Ala. Miss Lulu Barfield has returned :j; Luetta Platt and children of Tam- Bit. 2 __u __nu 18 42 31 A J. Gannet 1410
1Irs.Iarvin Levins and child- home after spending several weeks : I Lot 3-4-5 W'ashtng'ten
pa. Pk. Blk 4 --______-- 18 42n: A. J. Garnot 1860
ren have returned from a visit at hospital in Tampa for treatment }i' Mrs.: T. \\". Griffith is a patient Lot 12 Washington= Pk.Bik. .

with her mother Mrs. L. B. Curry of her eyes. j i at Good Samaritan Hospital in 4 _ __ ________ 18 42r: : A J. Garnet 114'
in Ocoee. Lot 5 & 6 Wa..hlLgton
West Palm Beach this week.
Miss Louise Sims has gone to |I Pk. Bit 3 n.___ _u_ 18 4Z 37 A. J. Garnet 6369
:Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vann and Canada to attend an international j Walter Ray Fountain, son of Lot 13 Washington Pit
children returned last week froma Blk. 4 ___ . ___._ 18 42 57 A J. Garnet 11.t3Lot
and Mrs. Fountain -
Myers returned
convention of the Alpha Chi Om-! t/Mr. 9 Wa.hlngwn Pk.Blk. .
visit with relatives in Georgiaand ga Sorority in Montreal: Enroute home Wednesday from 1 _ 18 42 31 A. J Garnet 1410

Sarasota.Mr. to the convention she spent several i Good Samaritan Hospital. West Lot 1115.1 Washington 2 Pit.3 A. Garnet

and Mrs. John Bolton are days visiting in New York City. I Palm Beach where he recently I hot k 34 -:===_=:: : : ; A.: .1: Gamot : :
Hendersonville.Mr. underwent tonsilectomy. Lot 33 and 34 A __ __ 18 42 31 A J. Gamot 2400
vacationing in
Mr. and Mrs. George M. BelK 5 '4 or Tracts 36 k 37S
: and Mrs. W. Harper Ke.i- are attending court in West Palm George and Jimmy Rozelle will Acres __u..__ ____ 18 42 31 S A J. Garnet 1860

drick and daughters have return-I) Beach this week. I leave Sunday for a six weeks' vacation Lot of J1 lot and 15 18 k and 115 take part

ed to Bartow after a { Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carlton and at Ridgecrest Summer Park Sub Tr. 13 __ 18 42:1 W. G Hull 5460
I Lot 4 ____ _ 13 42:6: C T Jackson zg40
B. Elliott I in North Carolina.Mr. uu.
her Mr. and Mrs. J. !
parents. Camp
children and Mr. and Irs.'st. .
Lot 4 A .___ 13 42J6 C T. Jacksen 204
in Pahokee. Jones of Belle Glade spent the J and Mrs. F. L. .Dad Fisn- Tract 4 __ __ ____ 13 42 36 3 C T Jackson 1006S
80' of' Lot 11 __ 24 42 26 A L. MldTt'tt 1860
j the first of n
Mrs. Dean Nelson of Julyto
Mr. and er. are leaving
weekend in Sarasota I
S. 80' of Lot 11 A 24 42:6 A. L MldYf'tt 150
Orlando were business visitors Mr. an.1Irs. Roy Vandegrif, spend the summer in New Lot 9 and 10 A and
Part of Lot 7A _._ 24 42 33 George C kLarty 600
here on Tuesday.Mr. England Enroute they will stop
Sr.. and Mr.: and Mrs. Marvin: Van- Lot 9 and 10 part c.f
and Mrs. Lloyd; Hundley and degrift have returned from amonth's 1 Washington. D. C. Baltimore Let: '7. __ __ _____ 2-1 42 26 George C Mclarty 5-160

children are expected to return I vacation spent in Cali: Dad's former home also New An \1nplattC'd' trtarge'
119; by 8351 et>
home this weekend after a visit I fornia. 1 York and Philadelphia. They w'ln'tllrn : Tract S __. . __. .-_ 18 42:1 C.eerg. C M"I.utJ 311M
nf several weeks with his parents I Mr.: and Mrs. R. F. Hurt and to their home in Pahokee. loOt 3 Tract S 18 42n: George C !of'l arty 1860\
Lot 10-11-12 Tr. 5 18 42:1 Crl'CIrrt' C. McLarty 99 60
in Kingman. Kans., and her parents -I children have returned from a the first of November. 5. W. Corner Let

Witchita.. I visit with relatives in Valdosta i' .-- Tracts 22 c.71-.2-.3-.4 23 __ and_ 18 42 n George C Mcl.t.rty 7260

Mr. and Mrs.: Alvin Armstrongand I Ga.. and Fort Lauderdale. 3 acre of Tract ,0

infant son visited" his parents.Dr. Mr.: and Mrs. A. L. Vertommenand and that part d
Coast Line Head Tract 66 ]vine South
and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, in children will I'av.the first of 'f arflf'd: Hjlt'Il-ay: 18 41 n Duzanza f'adgf'tt .35

I'ahokee over the weekend white next week for a 10-day vacationat Says Merger Okeh South west Corner I"
In deed-bnet' 7e1rag.
i-nroute to their home in Miami j Plantation Key. 136 18'I'Tf' 11 4:1aT: : Duncan Padgett 600

from a visit with her parents. Mr. I Nancy and Gwendolyn Perkins ORLANDO Tpon completion of loOt Lot 30 29 Tract Tract 5 5 h_ 18.u 18 ;2.7 Sf Duaeaa Duzataza Padgett Pad..n 7h0 780

and Mr. It. Murray, in CI\'E'I I have returned to Fort Pierce aftera I a COO-mile" trip through the territory ::- I.ot 31 Tract 5 18 41 1f Duncan Pad.'U 7 t0

land Ohio. visit with their uncle and aunt. served by the Florida Ea: Lot Rd 1 N.and Canal Let PoInt 1F.nk .

Mrs H M Mclntoth and child :Mr and Mrs 0 B. McClure in Coast Railway.: C. :M. Davi president : 6 8 42 .t Duncan Padgett 1143Lot

ren. Annette and Kenny, will Pahokee of the Atlantic Coast Line 2 N Canal POInt
Rd and Lot :
leave this" weekend to spend the :Mr. and :Mr T. L. Burn and Railroad said last Saturday h.' Rk; a'I 42 :t Dtmt'U1 1'adCett II 1.7L.'t

umrner with her mother in Panama Ann Rata have returned from a ; believed the "vast majority" of 3 N Canal PoInt 42 :n
" I Rd and Lot :IF Blk e I DuDean I'a4Iflt II ,0E
City and other relatives in St two weeks' vacation spent it East Coast patrons will welcomemerger :30' of Lot 4 S canal -
White and with relativesin of the two rail lines Point Rd an" E.
Petersburg. .. Springs 30' of LN 4F. Dk: e a or: : DuDcac I'aCptt 38$
Dr. an.1lr5.. Roland. R l...r.f Georgia Acquistion! of the FEC bv th'.CI. Lot 130' bt S E

and Dr. and Mrs E. J. Graham Mrs" J.V.. Wilkmn.. Sr.. and ,\ was authomed by the Interstate Lot Cnref'r 1 A of. _Tr 34 .._. 1.13 a 41 3'18 Carina O. II 1'0lrtcs 8aJntfm" 940 J STTrae

spent the weekend dt''rt'fist: _hl1 htt'r. B..uh.uha\(' gone to Commerce Commission in ar. 1 __ 13 42 31 4'1 Carmf'r. IIal"at'! .re 1'580
ire off Salerno.Mr. Panama City for a visit with her ,-rd..r13 :t). the terms of which Lee I Sal\&t. Sub.
nk: I II on: Canr.f'n 5.hatcr- 7 63
and Mrs Seth Robert hid son, -in-law and daughter. Mr.: anl were formally accepted by th.- Lot 8 Sal"ato Sub.
as guests over the weekend hr :Mrs B Jame From there they: .\<.'1.. t.>ar.i of directors at a ape B:5: 1 11 a Z1 Ca-rr..r. .ha"'r' 7 t.O
1. brother-in-law and Bister. Mr an 1Mrs will ,g<> t.North Carolina for a lal mt"'E'tmgJun.. 2 a'.b Uk: J 1. an: r a-tn.r: !.hat.r" r. 22 VIT
.\. P Bell of Talladega..llt visa! with Mr and Mrs James I Earlier this week the IfX' wa 1 0 "'k -: 1 42r: : E J "t.a"n :2.: .
Lot 20 D1k 1 _ .._ I 42:7 E T a! a..n 24'1
Mr and Mrs Bell were RC'C'om-1 harry Wilkinson. Jr. who arerwnd'ne asked in 11 Pf'titlOn.fLleod with I.d 1 G Bk: 7 1 42.7: E J eta: n 2ato

panied fcorr.o Tuesday by :!> the summer there j the commission to modify its May of Lot 4(5Dk.t -
J 1 a St E 1 Sr.u'In '.
n..I!'-* and Mrs RoN-rfs mother. I Mrs: Ernest Lindrose Sr. has :20 riling Among the petitioners v.. 1 2 F'i.rd Sib
Mrs Mary :Mc.lrthur. who spent { returned from a VISIt with her son :j' were t*:.f S ah...trd Air Railroad Tract 28 Elk 3 II 42 7 r.'t..r're 'II.. n 1S Ml I
Let 28 l me bfot.-n
the winter and spun! season wit.n ) and ilAUE'-.ter-m-law.: Mr and Mr ; the Southern Railway System ai ij Baran P' :nt B 1aad
the Robert and will spend the Howard! W Jener at Savannan j I the: St Je Paper Co one of tile W ttata It II 42r: : I.... W': ''':, 22 2')

with the BIt- Beach Ga. maIn bidders!'; the FAct Coast 1 I. 's -.: Waannit:n n HIe
Bummer I Park 4 11 42 J B t3eD-gia.1

Mrs J P Ropers plans to p-' i I Mr ar.,11rs: C B Starling and i! ---* Lot 9 4i'aahnltot MDk 1240ii
: S 11 a7 J D UrDo.r.a.d:
to Miami this weekend to attend i Mr andID J T. Fuqua are visitine j I I of l.r' 13 and cf1m6

a reunion in celebration of Mr and Mr*, 1'1";. Killom You can't have a peaceful worM '! 14 W'aahmI'tCnM
: tr.k: 5 ._ . 11 42 r. A W 1ay'I'IPDN' 311a
the gold -r V)th\ weddinc anniversary in Bradertt-r.: thx week bv den:'-.unnrJ: :; the sva'

of her rsn nt1.Ir and Mr and :Mrs Jack Spenresrl if the proces ia extremely pop- j 11Daae I: 3tC.P.OR51*. TOm Euda Tat: Cal drjatr.etee Oty Florti 4)!

Mrs.V S Young daughters :have returned frcra "\ :.:ar I P-'..bab: e 13 59 :T. Jol! 4.1147


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