The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 25, 1947
Publication Date:


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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I RECENT !J j Mayor Names Five Aug. 4 Meeting Will

OPERATIONS ; To Housing Group Helluva MessThe Study Flood Area,

I II U. S.
By Paul Rardin j With an eye to taking over -__ r r ri Say EngineersI

I the three migratory: camps in the a-ual inefficient and inadequate i The proverbial predicament of I I

i immediate community, the City of telephone service was :, the chap sitting on a keg of dynamite - The strict

Pahekee has named a Housing being rendered by Southern Bell has been experienced by
THIS IS WSWN. The Voice of office of the of
the Lake Okeechobee Region in I Authority, following in tee footsteps yesterday morning ia the Paho- residents of Pahokee and Canal announced corps >d engineersWednesday a public

Belle Glade. of Belle Glade where such an kee and Canal Point area. Several Point in the past 24 hours!
hearing j>t Belle Glade Aug. 4 at
f organization was set up a fen subscribers to the alleged I With Conner's highway closed
the American Legion hall to discuss -
weeks ago. phone service couldn't get the between Can Point and TwenMile -
It is only a matter of a few I regulation of water surface
In Pahokee the city council vested operator in Belle Glade.In ,I t\--: Bend because of flood :
weeks now until you win be hear- I elevations of Lake Okeechobee.The .
authority to name members of their effort to get in touch I conditions the only outlet to the :1
announcement said that "lo
ing those call letters on your radio the Housing Authority Mayor with the Belle Glade operator, east coast has been through
I cal interests have that
I requested
receiving set. 'rhe new station i3 j i T. C. Ricrardson. Mayor Richardj members cf the Vandegrift-\\il- Kelle Glade over six miles of
the lake be between
under construction at Belle Glade |I j on lost little time in chosing a II III lianis firm called several other atrocious state highway between lower limits than regulated the present elevations -

group of :'nf'n. whom he believes in Pahokee and that and six Mile
and Tom Watson Jr., is the man |I I phone users city Bridge of 12.56 and 15.56 mean
I j will render an able service to the canal Point and asked if they County Commission! Paul liar-
in His know, .
charge. daddy, you ] sea level (14 0 and 17.0 Okeechobee
is the firey attorney general of '| City when the time comes to takeover would TRY to ring the Belle I din called attention of the State datum.)

Florida and an avowed candidate (j the camp's.Maycr Glade operator. The same J't'I I i I Hoiid Department to conditionof "The attention of navigation interests

for governor in next spring's I| Richard picked: tne sult. No answer! Conner's Iliway last Thursday is invited to the fact that

| following group L. L. Stuckey, At 10:08 a. m. Thursday, th* (.\ week ago). A week before I
primary. lowering the lower limit would
[I chairman. R. F. following phones in Pahokee and the flood struck in these
decrease the existing
automatically -
Claude L. Shirley, J. c.amberlain'j I 'anal Point unable to the commissioner
Young Tom has a suite of roomsin I were ring parts sponsored navigation depth of six feet tr
Albert Fremd. the Belle Glade >ratorandE'griftllliams to the U. S. Engineers
the new Scarborough building opt : a telegram something less."Likewise .
and it is in these that WSWN I I Tie three camps in velvet are '- 3151 I asking that the lake the present authorized

studios will be located. An engineer the Sand Cut camp known to the Tht'.f'rgladt'S News 2661 level lie dropped to head off a project depth of eight feet wiMiMrequire

federal government as the Canal Baeon-Jcnes 2671 flood. The fell deaf
is making the installationand on
I I restudy and further analysis -
Point Labor Camp, the Pahokee
K. F. Cham..rlaJn1161 the lake
everything will be in readinessin ears and was kept up of its justification because of

the studio before the broadcasting I Camp and the Everglades Camp. Pahokee News 571 until a week later when the engineers the greater quantity of excavation
The: Sand Cut camp is 4.6 miles Western Union 2331 decided
tower is erected a few miles finally to drop which would be required.
out from Belle Glade. Like every- from the north city limits of Pa- Glades Equipment. 2481 the level to protect life and limbin
hokee and the other two are near Attention is also invited to the
thing else construction of the Bolton Drug Store 2931 this section.Yeaterday .
the south city limits, the mayor fact 4aat 'records maintained in-
tower has been slowed down be- Police Deportwe4711 wifh.I1epbgaevler-r, eMrtrt lake
TO regulations over a
*t "
cause: the land Is BOW under water: I said.Mayor City Clerk 3711"Highway I' miceACT and Connet a 'Hiway
) I Richardson said Wednesday great number of years indicate
With a few dry days and the help Patrol 580 closed to traffic, people in Canal
that the lake cannot be controlled
afternoon that be had been in
of Old Sol the work will go along Prince<< Theatre 2201 I'oint and Pahokee experienced
I I within limits of variation -
contact with Senator and
and soon the building will be readyto In all probability there were feelings closely akin to those! of
than three feet, due to tl1t'f'Xf'SS
Senator Holland in regard to
house all of the intricate equip- more phones over which the operator the chap on the keg of dynamite

ment necessary to operation of transferring the camps directly to could not he reached, It was anything but pleasant. of evaporation over rainfall

a radio station. the city. Senator Pepper said thata but these are the only ones we After due consideration they during prolonged dry period.
special bill he had prepared "Consequently if the upper
took rime to check. considered themselves In one
limit of control is reduced, stages
called for transfer of the camps
Young Tom Watson is a like- We are anxious that the Florida helluva mess!
to semi-public, public or cooperative correspondingly lower than the
able chap. His ready smile and Railroad Commission's -a
present lower limit must be ex
warm handshake make him easyto groups.In hurry to our aid. Being
pected. That condition will resu!:
get acquainted with and a fellow a lengthy telegram MayorRichardson rut off from the outside j I PEANUTS!
told Secretary of Ag- in water surface elevations in
who will be a big asset to our world isn't a matter to takelightly.
arterial and lateral canals considerably -
riculture Clinton Anderson exact-
community.The (For the uninitiated theonly I
I ly what the City of Pabokee is C'Onta'tt' have with the WASHINGTON Army engineers below the ground surface

effort to do. The secretary I making the withdrawal of lake
station will be 1,000 wattsin making an outside world by phone is Tuesday authorized expenditure -

power and capable of sending | is working closely with the through the Belle Glade office. I of $50,000: to alleviate flood; water for irrigation operationsmuch
difficult at time
andsomething more a
two senators from Florida
messages as far as Miami. In j When we can't get that operator I conditions in the Florida Everglades. "
I, definite should be forthcoming when needed most
comparison WJNO inVest Palm | we are in one helluva mess!) .
within the next few days. I The announcement said that
Beach is 250 watts. j Lt. Gem R. A. Wheeler. chid
1 the mayor said.Two of engineers advised Sens. Claude Okeechobee is regulated as nearly
Young Watson said: "It i is going I! Stuckey May Run Popper and Spessard Holland and as possible between lake elevations
; 1256 and 1556>> with no re.stri.--
to be a regional station. An All- Seriously Hurt : Ren Dwight Rogers of Florida

Glades station. It had to be located If Rogers Doesn'tL. that the district engineer at Jacksonville tions' on the Everglades drainage

somt'whf'reand that somewhere i In Car Accident was being authorized to district.
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happens to be Belle Glade. I feel i i .. use emergency fund to alleviateflo

that it will be a means to tin Sebrmg G. BU.TIS and son Tommy L. Sturkey. prominent grower ) <;ds thrt'at'ning'a't acreagesof Lots Cleared For

the communities closer together.I escaped serious injuries in a and shipper said yesterday i i! vegetable crops and sugar (can.

want it to serve the entire Lake car accident on Conners Highwav I t that In all probability he would be Gen. WheeWs decision followed Buildings In FutureA

Okeechobee Region." Saturday eveningThey were returning -la candidate for congress next a series of conferences wit'i

;. to Pahokee from a frog spring if the present congressman. the Florida congressmen and Li- rrrw of workmen under the
---.. hunting trip along the ".t'st Palm Dwight Ropers of Fort Lauder- mar Johnson chif'ff the Everglades direction of Hill Peepl this week

t Beach Canal when they bumpedinto ilale.! makes the race for governor. drainage district: Ital!," cleared I the lot at the corner of

IIOMK FROM (SIT the rear t'ndf a Pahokee p->- Bark in: 1941 when Mr Rogerswas HIank. of the Palm Beach (county Harfx,Id! Highway and the Canal
Mr. and Mrs L. L. Home of
lice car parked at the side of the I II elected the first time his opponent resource development board. and Point road in Pahokee The lot II
Point returned to their
Canal 'road and swerved headon into th* in the second primary wa. *?. R Bishop, of the Palm Beach I the property <.f Frank ShaiiRhnev -
home here Saturday night
trees bordering the canal. Mr Ptuckev and the \'ntf'"a<; port authority. and since. being cleared is (.onpfI'
weeks with friend
spending )Jr. Burns received an injure \ rather close In the first rnmarv Johnson. Rank! and Bishop said the most ideal business lots in
and relatives in Tennessee.Carolina. Mr knee a deep cut above the eye antI.. that rear there were six candidates they will) leave immediately fr Pahokee However. Mr Shaugh-
and South
Carolina miR-fr.: r'aas;: splinters on hn from Palm Beach county Jacksonville to work out control r..-sv Mid there wr no prow!
of the <<
Home is manager popular. scalp and 1 face: Tommy also received anti the Pahokee grower and shipper work with th.- district (engineers!' plans' for boil'hng. He ia ownr--
Canal PointCounty
Royal Store north of rr.. r ot <>n tie- tars- wound up in the second pn- "fir.- of Glades Kfiwpmrnt Company in

Thev'T.> brought tn tue Everglades mary after eliminating the other Pahokee and Js located in the
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!: :Mir: Il,'-ptai"t1"1t contendersIn building next door to the I'nnre

Rock Pit TK- a.1.+" t-v were commenting on th- prnh hl. Jasper Opens TwoTotarc 1 neat reVtnsnn.

the forthcoming H.ntJrl'olt.IIi"' '' al- >
ndmc .n W\: Ki.Hia:::rfc.'d, ;tv "f entering :
_e.Father .ic<- for a eat in the national; 1 () Warehouses own 125 feet on Canal Point road

Is FloodedThe '--U'e }lr Ptuckey said: "If MrRoger had his lot < )leered at the am"
Of Local] Man
derhne to run for re-elec. JASPER; V.aX-fc-: : ',r> t-. .r. time. Mr Hrrdriw has not er-

........ fatat ,", lii '.f for erection of *
Dies In Brunswick tion and chooses instead to H aver n>: "n p"isnd nounred plans

.t>unt reek. pit near thePahokee governor's' swat' in Tall has.-ee. tobacco were passing: thr-ugh the r buiMmc as yet Future plan fMr.

State "",,...roolarJ.'t: Mi and Mr* L" Wro'*-- havrvt'r then I shall! five serious rons1rav. c..mmnty: reeking a mark'.tfarn IlenderiK-'n mar rail for see, -

I Is aevenl'ng tn a statement ':t>d fr 11 B* ,-A .. k, GtI. -n t.> making the rare I :.'rs and lr'inas men rf lion of a lung htnre tr-ickin.:

this week h'unh. C,,",- '. .,::'t.l h." and c..nst- ir-
w: ere the \ were c "evtr.tly have thousands of loyal fnends Jasper get together center

mllont'raul ILtnlin. Kock the datnf Mrs \Vr .t-n', fath-. throughc.t the sixth district who ed two modem warehouses -.-- -

digging| at the pit was halted J C" F anklr. wi, have been susrjrestlne that I consider Saturday the peer-I* of Jasperand Mr and Mm M D Aratnon ar-

the middle of June when waterNcanvr was -:9. had rn-en ( f ill health for the race" Hamilton county celebrated visiting her father. K. Lw*
s<> high that oneratktntctHik three year, He <.1N1 Wedens-- .- their mcturvemect with fitting I MArrUrrsT. Fla They plan ftlio 11

) not l.e carried on pn>fl- day. J.Jy: 16 a-.d fureral services t Miss Nan Bre--tcn i. vtsitiEJ ceremonies nad now Jailer take visit r..1atl1n JarkJ onviDe aid

tably. were held at the lIft!-OO:?t Churchin : | Miss C---r.e: Garrett ::. sts place al f1.'rd4 s thrd T I Hr.Tr.f-r Ga before rturr.r.jc from

Bnrswck en Friday. J-ly 1s! Tear! Mark-' 't-".r vara'Y'1NALlLLGIBL

Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. J'uJ.:5.. IPl

U i :>(> ROOM roll .\ GOVERNOR: In the party were Governor Millard -
Tourist traffic is heavy notit'i Caldwell his wife and two
Serving the Lake I I tK De Luxe Auto Court turning daughters and a patrolman chauffeur -
j away scores of people every nigh; :. The De Luxe Court had on?
Established 1024
Mr and Mrs D. D. Treat. proprietors cabin with accommodations for
Subscription Price &:.OO ;
| even had to turn away the' two. -o all they could do was ti
I s<>\< rnor of Florida and his faa.h .- telephone hotels and were fmallv:
The Evergladt'sews Is
ll who stopped there at 2 a. r>i.Wtdnesday :-ii'e to locate two rooms without
In Canal Point. Florida as ; night of lao week. bath at the Congress hotel in Pu'-
dt -t>r ,t It d ly tr\ir.s: to find a bed b'o! Governor Caldwell was on hi-
Paul Rardin .
: inl" thhad: come all the way way to te meeting of governors
from Wichita Kan. without bems in SIt Lake Cit '. Las Anima.
Gadget Newspaper I : : \ : able to find a place to sleep Col.'rado Democrat
What will the newspaper of the \ !I
will it be printed? RCA iaas I : I - .r,
transmit a million word a minute i
speed over present facsimile I : IF YOrLIE :MODERN IT REQUIRES
Intertyje i is: testing a i
Experiments in other I I !
machines for other phases of j House EquipmentOur
weight J' ; :

All of which indicate a \' I store:: haw long been known a< the place to
tion technique sometime in the purchase a line of modern electric household
battle seems to he on between I equipment in the way of Refrigerators, Ice Boxes
newspaper directly into the rea I Deep Freeze units, Stoves and Hot Water Heater:
ient methods of mass production in I
ments are probably many years I ELECTRIC RANGES
-Editor and Publisher. I : Have you ever seen one of these Ultra Modern
; ELECTRO-MASTER: ranges? They are as fine as
GromykoVisecracks I any offered on the market at the price.

They sell at __,_..,__._. _.. $.1'.."0
The first worthwhile remark we 'I
ed to Andrei Gromyko has to do \ = SEPCO WATER HEATERS

suggests they probably come ,; Those quick heating Ser 'o water heaters 30
thrower training for"the Olympic I gallon capacity provide the home with hot waterheneer
ize his own strength. We are glad \\ wanted and are economical in operation.Sale .
gate can smile. -Sanford Herald. I
: price hh.--r $137.00

Class Distinction DEEP FREEZE BOXES

The editor of Columbia "Plea I Those Amana deep freezing units, 30 cubic
ports the addition of a very : foot capacity will provide you with food freezingthe
to the board of a home for I year round. Meats, fruits and vegetables remain -
her business to speak to the girls fresh nutritive and retain their tastiness.

charging into her first directors' I Sale Price ....___.............$695.00SCHWINN ;
she declared "that we begin tr "in 'I
of girls to this institution."- I BICYCLES
Why walk when you can ridl".e now have
Sixty passenger bus companies )I.. to those Schwinn built bicycle, the joy of ever
operating in Florida have been owner. All accessories. Price ,___.... _____uuu 819.: O
otified that the Florida Railroad j I
and Public Utilities Commission to ; RADIO REPAIRS

will meet in Tallahassee October ,i j When you bring your radioes to our outstanding -

4 GLADES"i laboratory for repair you get good parts
god engineering, and prompt .service.BETZXER'S.

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A young man camt'ru..hinl: into day !
the Clarion ollice the other day and "
wanted me lit print an ad-Bright! ad. )
Iui ," l l.c l 1.-
( ( --<- i\4rg wont re.ponthins I
sibl for his wife debts from now in>i '
on. *-, !1..'.... leading: her fur good imno". i RESULTSThat's
nilM..l I>. F!
I a.ed: as how the forms were folks :
:i'.l: rJo-i.l un. and it ua too late to
over what want from in-
tnk'U n'!. Heivs: "A.I1 riirht. ) : : :you any
*!, n : I> t.t"n"an! 1 w'? a,r:e.1 on ing \ '! : 1
jv'o-iiiy. : vestment. Profitable production of
:\f the forms weren't
rl.t! ....,!J. (Hut I had: kind of in !iik'Irgff !: Poultry, Dairy and Hog products and
*!:1.1' might: blp-n. Then Sun-
Chicks raised to maturity.

Cop t: ':'. ? :'.
Labor costs are the same whetheryou

use a good feed or a poor one,

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A Servant of the 1 : I Eschleman's Feeds

4 Buses To I are quality feeds and we have one exactlv -

To West suited toOUI'. need-.

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Glades Motor


dstr-t "ffice at ..Jackson.J! :
Col WiIIU K Teile' .JarkYlny;."
d:!'tnct engineer: and two r* hn BRED-KITR SEEDS:
GLADES"I i\draul.c engineers together with
representatives from the Atlar.tK'v" Pahokee. Fla. Phone .3201Page
ice: ->f Me corps of engineers. !i
I ld: by plane Tuesday to :" p* -t ,
I damages: 'Au..d by swollen c.iii ,
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0 a n not SPEEDWAYS IkE

Speed --the nation's mama to get there quicker, or beat the D

other fellow to it, is our greatest menace of the highways.

One out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. j

0 Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing at an alarm-

ing rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten;;

months of 1946. This is an increase of 22% over a like period D

Mr. Pedestrian- in 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195, :!
0 --- m -- --- or 34% were pedestrians. aJ

0 i WALK SAFELY It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to

',or.4 take this matter personally. There are definite speed; limits D

0 ; LIVE in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. TheseJf pL7

< LONGER laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our t]

State and local Police Forces.

; -=;::Z ) Florida is out to reduce death and maiming om automobile p

(;\ accidents. Your part IS to cooperate by driving within UE
E 1 I I ,C) safe speed limits at all times._ ..And_ remember pedestrians
have rights too!


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Four The Everglades News Canal: Point, Florida
Friday. July Z;). 194

Howes Will Attend I li;:: r lecture:. share e npr.e:0"- I Legion To Sponsor 100 fed that ras nevtxen clear- on the inimittt-e
and assist in the work of the Con-
< d. A tvn.rnttet of seven meri- It was also announced that Pot
lX ationall\leeting f"rence. Clinton P. Anderson S, '- Local PlaygroundMembers "
e!'. :nchiun_ tarn re.e:1t:1-: 212 i;: sponsoring public dances intr.e of Agriculture U. S. Department -
tives each from Post 242. the Thomas building each satu--
It'v'. c. T. Howes, pastor of the of Agriculture, and Dr. of Canal Point Pot '
Leor Auxiliary, the Parent- day night. T. \\ Griffith members -
First :Methodist: i Church, e Hii-jh Hammond Bennett, chief of
212 at a meeting in the Thonn- Teacher Association and ore me; l- :-Tp chairman. reported that
to t"e Soil Conservation Service of
teen appointed a delegate
building Monday night announced rer at large; will supervise therer"ncr the local post now" has 6s paid-up
tr.e National :Methodist: Rural LifeCofrronce tie U S. Department of Agriculture -
I planfoi participating in a Canal : of the lot and the mstall- member The post's: recent fundraising
of the Methodist will be two of the chief speakers .,
Point community playground IH jag ->f riavound) equipment with campaign reported t.)
Church This Conference will (,e .
iect in cooperation with the Paho- funds alloted t< Canal P M-n! n'ign 1\- have been sutces;:fulI !.
held urder the direction of the College Bishop A. Frank Smith, Houston kee-Canal _
Point Community C'ht''T. >u'"< activities by the Community r
of Bishops of the MtthodustCaurth I Texas: Dr. Roy L. Smith, .
At the '
northwest corner <>f ti:: Chest Commander Roy Pope :"'.in U \\c't k.w as" a business
and through the editor of The Christian Advocate,
Canal Point school] '
grounds is a
appointed Slonaker and \\'r n' Kis-minnv on \Vedne
the four major boards of the: I Chicago Illinois: Dr. Arthur plot of land 150
approximately bv Pratt
Pope to represent Post 212 day and Thursday of this week.
church: The Board of Missions ail \Ventworth Hewitt Xorthfieldirmont ,

Church Extension: the Board cf I / Mrs J. D. Bragg. p reoudent - -
!'d'.rattnn.: the Board of Pensions IIf the \"'oman'& Division of ,

;ind the Board of Lay Activities I th Board of Missions" and Church I

The primary. purpose; of the conference I Extension: and Dr Elliott L. Fist- \ 1,1 N D SvL Y'SMORE

is 't.. propose a policy an 1 or. Superintendent of the Tow rand

do! -v, lop a program for the rural I Country: Work of The ::\ ..-

churches Methodism". A further I dirt Cnurch.

purpose is "to emphasize the The conference will be held in I

relation between Christianity and. I Lincoln. Nebraska July 28 29 3. ,
industry in the conservation an I 31, and will be composed of delegated
right use" of all the natural and I representatives frorrthe An

human resources for the enrichment nual Conference of The Methods

of rural life" Church in the United States It is T PAINT

Bishop William C. Martin Topeka expected that there will be approximately r

Kansas is chairman of the 2.000 delegates with

Committee of Program and Airangements several thousand in attendancefrom -

been preparing. His for committee over two yearsto has midwe the, rural churches of the i TRfMfN"IO.US" S-AVIH! W"ll.f."SIQ! : .Ct K J iTi$ .

make this Conference vital in I -= Here's lot of Dutch Master ,
a as good or better, than most stores
the life of the church and nation Mr. and Mrs G. C. McLarty and "
sell for first quality Outride White. At all 9 I Lindsley Yards
There have been arranged eight children have returned from a vis;i I Ii _

study groups representing varied I with her brother-in-law sister i -
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activities, with competent leaders I Mr and Mrs Cohen Blakey in Orlando -- Master
to guide the discussions, assist in *\ -

the formation of plans and policies -" -----

Mr and MrsVavne Fortenberry OUTSIDE

Many noteworthy men both of are returning this week from :
the church and nation will be in Fort :Mvers Beach where they

attendance to lead discussions. de- I. spent their honevmoonNOTICE 17.

T-f .GAilON

fc rJ"w- ire Sqaffon cats /q&7rn c.#

#2? b2iiiBflluDaffii 1/J3T .

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Sealed bids will I be received until G:00 o'clockP. bsr
o re
M. 11 1947 for the of white but M ctl ah .
i Auuust: purchase a certain rode Outside quited y
is sot
trry r
l buikfng and lot, known a< the "Howard A 9,, a first
Sharp Buildinjr" (Formerly the Everjrlade News 9 {i.dstey

Building), in Canal Point, Florida. -
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! Sealed hid.subject to the same condition PER GALLONt.9t\ PIR GALLON Je3 18

will also be received on certain furnishings which' I m b"GALLON CANS \ IU / GALLDN CANS -t.

are :stored in the above building, described as follows I

: 1 Zenith Battery Radio 1 Philco Electric I
1 Top-Grade Aluminum Paint too !

i K.ulin. Wardrobe, 1 Greens Fuel Heater 1 Roper ,
If JOtI eo. BM AI>m<.H. poiot i. CJGI'' Of' 51a1l- quantities here is a woaderhl opport1laity.
,: apartment size greens fuel gas range 1 -*nialiFrijritlaire At all 9 Llndsl y Yards.

' electric refrigerator 1 Office Desk, :2 Genuine Genuine 4.
98 '
! chairs. /: '"
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I! Per Gallon. (5-GaI. Cans) Per Gallon (1-Gal. Cans) P
Bids on furnishings hullllt." itemied. Lump I

: Mini bid on all item collectively will not be con-

sidered. Appointment to see the above mentioned For Your Paint Job everything else You'll Need

building and or furnishings may be made by contacting Brushes: MI sizes, including pure busWood.. Complete Line of Genuine

I tle and nylon: Turpentine Linseed ReSapolin Outside and Inside Paints.
i E. A. Jensen in Pahokee. A deposit
i placement Oil. Pure Linseed Oil. Paint Enamels. Vainisb Varnish Stains

amounting 10( percent of each bid in the form I Scrapers. Paint Removers. Brush Shellac eta

I Cleaner. Putty. Putty Knives. Plastic At AH 9 Lindsley Yards
of certified check or money order nlllst accom- I

P.UH bids= and payment of balance in cah511 bt

required before delivery and! within ten day otnotifiiation &bdi,1 N UtJ't'

of acceptance of bid. \\"e reserve the

right to eject any or all bids received and deUs -
l",- :h.'I"UI1I1:1I1yin;: rejected bids will be returned -

I when such hid i is rejected. Hid hould be ad- What we sell now we woa't have to move. So we are more earnestly thaw eyoffc.riftq <<

many many top-grade building products at red BARGAIN
ilresSt'd as: follows: PRICES from
to keep moving them. Watch Lindsley'sodrertnittg

closely every day l

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I Hoard of Go"el"nol'EPl'glade : a Lowest Me" Lamest S.t t tnoust OLindsley

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Friday July 25, 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Pas*. Five

I( Springs, Colo.. for the past 15 !' relatives in Jacksonville and Eaton J Teri 1 C. Spires of Clewi-.ton is I cr spending the weekend in Paho

I month. has armed home on terminal . Ark. The were accompanied recuperating from an appendt'f kee. Mr Hopench is employed in
:; leaveAfter spending bacK to Pahokee by Mrs Snvders : -:.: fcnored, at the Everglad Sebrmg this summer
i summer with his mother, Mrs ., uncle. J. C. Lawson, of Eaton. j Memorial Hospital on Wednesday Mr and MrCharles BirfielJ
Pearl Handlev.. in Pahokee he Sara and Junior Ammons have ': of this week :and Mr and Mrs Ruben Barfieldare
I plans to enroll in the t Universitv returned to Lake \\ale- after a I V'Willie Bridges. accompanied visitors in Atlanta. Ga. this
By Mrs G. B Ramey) I of Florida in the fall. visit with their uncle and aurt Mr I bv her granddaughter: Job week.c. .
Judy Chandler is the guest ofMr. Mrs Thomas Handley and children and Mr=. Wade Ammons, in Canal I Lee Hall are visiting Mrs. Bridges' C. Cnithird served on a jury
and Mrs. Baker inVest Palm are visiting her parents, :\ Point. Ol-in-aw and! anJ in West Palm Beach this week.
Beach this week. and Mrs H. F. Powers in Mac- Dean Quentin \\'ilson student at I Mrs Perry Hall. in Bryant after Mr and Mrs Julian Chandlerare

Betty Jo frarnam of Moore Haven clern\, Fla.. this week. Florida State Umveitv, Tallahassee .!spending several month with he- : spending this week in Tampa
is spending} two weeks with Mr and Mrs R. F. Hurt and will spenu the weekend with son and daughter-m Mr ana wht'reoIr.. Chandler is receiving
her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs children have returned from .1 v-:< r'?"-"'its. Mr and Mrs John E. I Mrs J. F. Bridsre- in San Diega o medical treatment

G. F. Tibbetts, in Pahokee. visit with her fathe L. C. Norton Wilson! in Pahokee. Calif. I Mrs Forrest Park and son Jim-
Mrs Fedora Kdwai Js! has returned in ocat(>e. One of their daughters !- Miss;; La':ne Rogers has returned I Dr. and Mrs Charles E. Creei I my. of Atlanta. accompanied her
from Fort Lauderdale i Anna Lee remained for ->n fr;11 :> viwith: her aunt. Mrs. I and con Charles II. left on Thura :;- mother. Mrs Teresa Hawkins to
where her son. Donald Wavne has Ii txtendedvist with her grandfather NI llie \\r-d, in Fort Pierce. \' of this week for a three week I Miami this week for a visit with;
been attending summer school for M-s \\-. R. Kaufman and chil 1f i vacation in Alabama and North : Mrs Hawkins son and daughter-

the past six weekDonald Wayne, I lrs."p.. A. Howell and 1 daughter -r>. are \"isitingher parents ;n i C:1rolina."Ibey will be accompanied andlrs.. Johnny
accompanied by his grandmother Mis Frances HoellisiteJ F tt Lauderdale while Mr Kan1"n home bv their dmghterPatsv Hawkins
will arrive home this weekend. i friends in West Palm Beach Thur !an a member of the tate Highway '. who is attending summer i: Mrs Ora: Powell and daughter,
Miss Helen! Howes, president day. The were accompanied Patrol. is in Orlando on husi- school in North Carolina. Miss Nellwvnilliants*. accompanied -
the Glades subdistnct of top i home bMr,.. Ho\\<'11'< sister :\Ir!-. J ress.Warren Mr and Mrs J. U'. \\ood have bv Mrs Powell's si ter-m-
Methodist Youth Fellowship hay I Susie Renfro who has beeni it- ; Gibson of Miami wa moved into the Rice cottage nex* law. Mrs Frank Thompson han'rt'tnrned
Junaluska : inn relatiies'm E'WIpxico and the guest of Rev and MrC. T. to the baseball park. from a"isit with Mr
gone to N. C., where
she will present the subdistrict Cordova, Ala. for the pat several !1 Howes the past vv eek. Mr and \lrs. Owen Todd a.Tl I Thompson who is a patient at a
I Mr and Mrs Dave Mfand Mrs Todd have
at the Methodist Young People's months. Young have Tiny returned hospital in Orlando.
conference now in session there. I Mr and Mrs U. L. Jaudon and ; returned from a visit with relatives from a weeks visit; in Dr. and Mrs D. S. Spooner han-
Frank I children spent the weekend with : in <5t. Vusustne Naples; and Mumi !returned from a three wt't.'ks'ist:
S-Sgt. Handley, a member I
of the Army ski troops who :o relatives in Dover Fla. They were 'j Mr and \lrs. Arthur Bush and I Miss Birbararoten visited with relatives and friends in Im-
has been stationed at Carson accompanied home bv: Mrs Jau- family have returned from a visit I fnT''s! in L.1k'orth the past mokal: and North Florida.
don's mother. Mrs Carrie Rogers, I I of several weeks in the .Carolmas we>kMr. i Mrs Paul Riddle and son; David
-- ---- -- and Mrs Roger's grardmothe- : Mrs J. R. Pickren is visitingher and Mrs Roscoe tokes and 1 have pone to \\ost Virginia to
.. I
Miss Louis Simmons Roger Jau- I son and daught(>r-in-law.-. nit {'t';;:. Helen and Billie Nell, have spend the summer with relatives:
don remained in Dover for an extended and Mrs Earl Pickren in St returned from a visit in Palatka I there
Classified Ads I visit. I Petersburg Mrs Pickren plans to and Jacksonville I Mr and Mrs T. S Kirk anl

Mr and Mrs L. O Snyder have visit relatives in Georgia also;; b?- Mr and Mrs Mike Hopench anl sons rf'tllrnedIonday from a visit
I returned home from a visit with I fore returning home son have returned to Sebring aft- I with his parents in Jacksonville
riBIJC Stenographer Mrs. VanJ. i
York at Everglades Discount
Company in new Wroten Building
on Bacom Point Road in Paho-

kee if :

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SEPTIC tanks and grease traps I / '" .
cleaned and paired.Phone A Cub in Six* . e\" '
S872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c I .'
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FOR SXLK: Neat new little-21
bedroom home in Belle Glad
large lot $5500, half cash ..
mediate possession C. A. Bail im-I
Phone 70. Belle Glade. J20 HARVESTERPRESENTS

FOR .\LK: Three bedroom home r

in Geiger subdivision 6500.. immediate -
possession!: terms $1000 THE -
cash balance $52 monthly. C. A. t4o';

Bailey. Phone 70, Belle Glade. J20:
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FOR \LETS2 lots in Streamline ,
subdivision for colored C. A.
Bailey Phone 70 Belle Glade J20c I

WE BUY and sell used farm For all operations on farms of 40 crop Tarmall quality and design plus scaled-down small-

equipment. Miller & Parker at acres or less-and truck gardens tractor economy. And there is a full line of matched
Farm Machinery and Supply Co.
Phone 531. Canal Point. Fla. tic for special operations on truck farms. quick-change implements

-------- -- --------- smooth.
i For large farms that need an extra tractor.That's The running 4-cylinder engine develops ap-
F\RM IX>.\NS $5000 up on well :
proximately 9\4 h.p. on the belt. It uses considerably
located land and
improved cat- the Farmall Cub the first tractor in history that'sbuilt
tle ranches ten to twenty years less than a gallon of gasoline an hour. There's a comfortable -
to pay. C. A. Bailey Belle Glade right and pnceJ right for a great new group of roomy scat. .. ample crop clearance under the

Fla tfc tractor owners. chassis.. anj 'Culti-Vision" to give a clear, unobstructed -

- --- The Cub is the newest member of the famous F.\RMALLTAMIL' t iew of jour work.
IM YOU 11.-\\'E MONEY to Invest -
Would you like to have It brings the advantages of the FARM\LLe SYSTEM Fit the Cub into jour farming operations Well hone

your money bring you 8 percentand CV FARMING to the small, family farm. one on hd soon, so vou can:: cl:aib in the scat and drive i

10 percent on safe investmenton Its a Cub in size, but "a BEAR for work" You get big- it. lou'11 rind it handles as easily as your car. ;
Belle Glade property. See C. A. .;

Bailey. Phone 70, Belle Glade, '
Fla tfcFOR

S\LE: New \Vill>'s Jeep ii ;

Walter Ashley Garage in Belle i : .:'-)- .
Glade Phone 126. Jllch
FOR s\I.E: fryers about 8 weeks qi
old, 4 star mostly pullets, 15 or !? ..f'e, .
more New Hampshire liens I1.: /;?", '",!.
_ / .
years old. These hens are blue
ribbon winners J. T. Platt. Canal .
.. "J
Point. Fla. .-,1 . _"
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FOK RENT:' : South \a Section H, .

. (254 acres), at S.lnCut.. Phone t
SS4 JIlt
_ _ _u
"OK NXIJC: Frigidaire electric

range, consult Ro toe Stokes at
Bryant, Fla. J25pd
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FOK N.\|,.:: New five room house
with two glassed in porches and
bath electric hot water heater l">t3x210
: Price $4.t)() with S15OO .,L
down and balance $:!';:7% month I
FIN,rt Cox .'n Belle Glade road out I II
from Pahokte! JJ5pdI : :

'OK s \i,K:: Hu [rth bucket fir

3-4 yard drishn Phone 5MIX .

)K- -x \I.t-; 20.foot -Cris-CrafCruis I

: 'r. I1*10 model fully rquip- I

pod first: class condition sleeps i I e'er.d: rrode-e.arE. 't, 1 J JI I
four S3.I\oM) Farm lll'hlr.t'rand -..
ONLY Ift'efftOhoftol Harvester -
supply Co. Cinal Pomt. Fla.. or
builds fA.MALL Ta"o
Ph..Uoe Phone 531 J2': flJiJ' tI
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I.'OKll:: 500 \\"mJ.Vr L I

"'. \rni-trorp Pahckee Phone ,i I
2071 Alpd
Glades Co.FHAXK
-- -- -- Equipment
FOK RENT: Hou- with two unfurnished .
rooms See L. L.
Home at Rovals Store north cf
Canal Point lip SHAUGHXESSY: Pahokee. Florida

Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. July 25. 194;

I:feature with Shadow of Death for I Mr and Mrs Thurmond Knightand \Vet pavements are easy on

the western portion: of the show. i son. Tommy, will leave today tires in one respect. B. F. Goodrich -
I Al St. John and Buster Crabbe are for Asheville X. C., where they I engineers say: that tire treads
State Road Department I I the stars of this picture and the II III will spend a couple of months at average about 40 degrees lower

!plot is loaded with Western two- MaKern Springs Cottages in West temperature on wet roads than on
TallahasseeJuly gun action. Asheville. dry.
Second picture up is Inner Circle /j I

which stars Warren Douglas and

Lynne Roberts and tells the storyof s astasAasa +
.II 1947 sAasaseAacassasASeASeAasAasASSAas asAS a young girl who is outshined in V tr V I Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V V
every thing by a more beautiful V"
I sister. However this neglected :* CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS .!.
Paul Rardin
I sister mistakenly, is believed to *?> THE CAMERA CENTER .:.
County Commissioner have written a sensational first
seller mystery story. This bringsher is raw:: equipped with a repair department. All worn .:.
Canal Point, Florida papularity and some beautiful spa will be promptly done by experts familiar with all...
:: makes of domestic and foreign cameras s
experiences leading to romance a
See you at the movies-Mai. 4. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 4
Dear Mr. Rardin
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In answer to your inquiry about spa S1S-15-17 Datura St.WKST Phone S88S sA.

the resurfacing of the road between Cow art. president of the saw vA PALM BEACH, FLA. oC t

Palm Eeach Con- s A A A A A i a A A A A i A A i i A A A A-
Singing as h
County h
Belle Glade and Pahokee wish to as > as ss as >s ss >s as as ss >s >s as as as ss.>
vention. said yesterday that the. Y Y Y Y Y Y .Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V V V

advise that we have received detail sing scheduled for Sunday: in Pa-

plans] from our Division Office (Ft. I I hokee later date.has been The postponed closing of until Conner a- I ------1: 1I I

Lauderdale) and it is our intention to :[ 's highway on account of high I

advertise this project for resurfacing I i I water .caused the postponment. Shrubs and Trees !

bids to be received during the .1 I

latter part August.. I ALL Y.nIETIET RETAIL!

With all good wishes, I remain, i i A1NDEfts
Authorized Sales and Service
Sincerely, FROM

F. Elgin Bayless Chairman JACOBSEX POWER AM

State Road Department. ) I i HAND LAWN :MOWERS

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Open "-WedneMlax ami Sat Urlay afternoons
tt: uoith a fond with the Salvation I I

Cinematic Chatter :, Army and the Bowery bum3 lll1t Southern Uhd.Ve:-:.t Palm Beach ;
\\':.o have long pestered the Salvation I
_ By Malcolm Millar I until this final climax II I
which leads to a fight or brawl
One of the most lovable character -I for a certain saloon prope

actors of all time comes to the I I'I.which puts Wallace Beery right rh'I I
this SundayMonday '. the.mIddle
Prince Theatre of a nasty ,
when "The Ij which he manages to extricate
is screened with a htyICGUrk"l I himself from in the usual "
featured players headed by I manner. You'll like every MAKES.YOUR '
Stockell Edward Arnold. Aline ment of this beautiful picture.TuesdayWednesday MILK makes rugged

MacMahon, Dorothy Patrick and I brings theeer em i
many other well known name- popular George Raft with iI
The tory of the Mighty McGurkis lovely Lynn Bari and a featured I

a two fisted story, which > cast that is par excellence head- I i I

.a'i ed by Virginia Huston. Joseph Yoltpg ers . . full of energy . . never seem t.)
Pe\ney and Myrna Dell in the I CALL run do\\n. Plenty of outdoor play and a sensible I
picture "Nocturne"hich is a
CHIROPRACTORWEST murder story with fast paced action -I diet that calls for generous serving of that pure

PALM BEACH and suspense enough to sat- Alfar Pateurizl'llIilk.: Crammed full of the essential -

MOV, WED. and FRI.BELLE GLADE isfy the mast rabid fan. SHORT element that promote bone structure and

TCE3. THCRS and SAT Thursday-Friday brings a double muscle ti'lH'
feature with Dressed to Kill the :
DR. I.. S. JONESSuite
1 first one up. This one stars Basil
301(;2 Comeau B:dT( I
Bruce and Patricia
Rathbone. Nigel -
Phone 3bSO \Vt.t Palm Beach Fla. Morison. with the well Knownfeatured Alfar Milk is the best all around

player Kdmond Breon tI, food buy. Healthful delicious,
Frt'leric'orIO'k.. Harry Cording
economical. refrigerator
Keep your -
and Mary Gordon lending excellent
CHILLS ft support This us a Sherlock well vtocked.

DUE TO MALARIA Holmes series picture and you
I may be sure it will have all of the

RELIEVED mystery and (,eerie situations expected -

n a picture of this t\pe
BY- 6661m.I. Second p'tcure up i* "Texas LFACREAMERY '

Coii*>c* Jamoor{'('" with The Hoosier Hot- \

s>-ots. The National Barn Dance t t VEl I
Ken Curtis. Jeff Ponnellnd%' i
[ : ..... .."'3 Y\;; :;- :; .-;." i C'\de Guinn f BsrBWilliams, I
... ;!
-= I Robert Ste\ens. The Dinrmsr Bist i PHOVI :20 - UFLLE (;tI.-\I E:

A GOOD APPE.11l"tS: AHItG10HAVE ers Deuce Spnggin and His Band
wIth The Plainsman; and Carolina
\--cvici: ruv. ( Cotton
''F YOU HAVE. The picture is loaded with co if- .

--'HAf1" OESIHE3\ i dard some of the best: of t-e d I! .,
Hillbilly sons dances anti smart
# I i situations. There will be one roar

.. \. f of laughter after another. and th-

-_4r'')<. ., I r .'t 11 r. produced to please t'\'erl ( .

ti '- type of theatre customer 1I
1 + ( .' Saturday" also l; b-insr: a dwb'e!
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r\. \0-..Lc...... i'I I OK I'\1.\1:IIOKII\HI-\('II COINTY: 1
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t.. . > : THOM (l M.Ct1LOt'GH. I I
,.';7/ ," I : _\". P:a:nt.Jf. : II.I. Long calls tie up the i WONDER SPRAY

1 .. '..,.. ., , 1-_ J ;o.1.RkTl LOt"GlI Ilt'f'ndant I I \ --4
.-->. ----'- HOTEl I line and : -v
TO1\RC M.-CrLI of off prevent rtidm1
CITY NEW YORKYou : others from using Quarts 51.19r
fOMI'VNY leaves nothirc tiIf are hbv !"wj'red to ap rear In ----.-
the atxl\t' Court: r'n the 4i d.T .t
*!ered n thea\ c: \ A D 1H! :. aaaI' bIni the ku''ePay their telephone.
j nmipt efficient service f.+r I't *a!rt month at the dun II"a-* I S TO t0 hME; acii POAIII i1l
i a W r+t PA'm! Beach ram Beach +iti D Scrz .
your! .\T. l>r:\e n t.\by.J !-.': f,",m'v. nC-dA to an<"t'r to !ve B :: Pints 69cIIOMh
C PJa: ::;t Er cl 'one fired aeata I ------ --
us !:c't k \\ :r \v' I tgnm.:: r ., .. ; the *H- :::itl*:f<\ caua and : AND TlltG !APH COMPANY .
\\'':\ t.,;" .'.' v. ," .' : t. : t":n nID. NEWS a r.-"paPf't"' ft'-: :.
,:", ;' .t.hed: in Pain }Bar Co nf .INCCSPORATtDs
N.t.nn.y! \ i .:-' "' : .- I. -:da ;" r'erl d..*:*;na-? a* the I
. . u'paper lr vich **\!* order *Hal oNE I
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'--d nre each ek for 2row. UIU: \MI. > ,
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:> > !ANT ORDERETI: A- Wf t PainPain 01'1:1:KVIJ:I In'I.
. lVa- C..rFerda..
_*'!' day of J'irr \ n 141"t ; /
AIEARNETTE., ./ I. M.[ I LAIR I 1 to .
LAKE SHORE Crt rj CTC.J" C1** Ps.'n I
Death Counts I"*."*!*. II
Cor f&:. fl1ty.ji1e Courfes I PIIOM: :/31I
MOTOR CO. Br THatfd P Pan! ,
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July 25, 1917 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

water Gulf Beach:: Apartments.In curncii or CIIKKTSCIENTIST
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY -I reply I received a courteous I I Bernie Papy Stands

"form letter" signed with a "rub- ":EL:H"s th e subject of th: ;? Trial For Bribery

ber stamp" informing me that my rqtv I Lesson-Sermon which will be realj ;:
. I reservation had been made at S7 a TALLAHASSEE Te trial i I j Churches: of Christ. Scientist.ituiouuhi : !
day (for sl'epingpurpoes only Former Rep. Eorniv-e C. Pal'=', of
I >..t the world
(By Russell Kay* but was: politely warned that it July 27. on Sunday. Key West.: i n 1 legislative bribery
II' would be necessary: for me t<- senda charges opened in Tallahassee thi'week
Each year hundreds of thus cheek for $25; in the form of a ThtGolden Text is: "0 Lord in the Leon County Circuit
ands of pictures and feature serhsi deposit a week in advance or mv I t'r.iiu are my God: I will exalt thee.I Court.

publicizing Florida are printed m'!' precious reservation wouM! be will praise thy name: . tzycounsels I Papy faces: trial on all three
the newspaper, magazines and "pulled." It looks like Florida is of old are faithfulnessand t ";:.t- ,-..1'n indictment: which
trade pournals of the nation. The : dvdopinganoth r Gold Const charges him with offering bribesto
value- of this favorable publiicity I realize that ":.r. Uuober trutn" < Isaiah :25:1: i. -:...,'". Brailey O-dharn of San

ia impossible to estimate but it Stamp" the rodent manager, ".- Among< the citations which com- ford. and Clarence. Camp II of
runs into the r.1 llilJn.*. just hired help and must carry'" prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following Ocala: to aid in defeating bill
This publicity doesn't just hap- the policy< of tLC hotI'm! surprised fi'n the Bible: "I beseech .vhii: i h would have denied rapid
j>en. It'i planned and executedby I was not asked t? - able and experienced publicists ; passport phr.tograp.and m.: mercies of God that ye present makers. -
who know what publishers want, fingerprints. I'm afraid they'l' your bodies a living sacrifice: holy State Attorney Orion C. Parker
how to prepare it and have the have to "pull" my reservation for acceptable unto God which is your I Jr.. of Tallahasee. said: the maximum
necessary contacts to place it I'm not sending any: S25 advanceto reasonable service. And be not I penalties which could be imposed
J un'<:'ssfully. I guarantee a $7 obligation. The conformed to this world: but be ye on Papy if convicted tinder
You don't get your publicity i DuPont people are hiding their transformed by the renewing of all three counts would be 15 years*
pictures and stories in magazineslike manager's light behind a bushel- your mind. that ye may prove imprisonment in the state prison
Life Parade. Look the Sat- they should put him in one of their I what is- that good. and acceptable at Raiford or three years in county
jirday EpningPost., Colliers or banks in charge of loans to widows and perfect will of God" ( Romans jail or a fine of SNi()().
NATHAN :\1.-\YOHepolL.
metropolitan newspapers like the and orphans.See I, have come to me from 12:1.21. I I Parker reported Circuit Judge;: .
Chicago Tribune New York Times you in Panama City. Look ,1 The Lesson-Sermon: also include i iI I W. May Walker. who will try the
Cleveland Plain-Dealer or Kansas i me up at the DIXIE SHERMAN I I I various parts of the State that I the following passage from the i; case, could send Papv to either the
will retire at the expiration of mvpresent
City Star unless you know your HOTEL where they gladly made (I, Chrit-ar Science i textbook j I I state prison or the county jail If
term. The absolutely
reservation and didn't ask thatI I i rumors are the former lawmakers convictedand
stuff. my I "Science and Health with Key O s
Despite the fact that Florida I' send my right eye a week in ad expect to without be a candidate foundation to as succeed I- the Scriptures" by Mary Baktr I I does not pay the fine.

publicists are underpaid and for vance. myself in the 191 election regardless Eddy: "Look away from the body I The trial i is creating much interest -
--- i into Truth and Love the Principleof throughout Florida with legislators -
the most part unappreciated they : of who else runs. I II
all and im- I pouring into Tallahasseefrom
happiness harmony
are among the ablest and most Overflowing Canal My health was never better in
all of the state. At
mortality. Hold thought steadfast- parts
successful the country to be and found have anywherein done and I Floods OperationsOn I program my life. in I the have ultimate an unfinished development I I !y to the enduring the good and I Ii I least 40 members: of the legislature -

are doing a magnificient job for I New Celery FarmSale II of Agriculture that cannot i: the true and you will bring these I I I were already present and
Florida. possibly be completed in the next into your experience proportionably I I both of Tallahassee's lending hotels
were nearly filled early this week.
to their of
Men like Dick Pope of Cypress I for 73.000 of a 975-acre I eighteen months. Therefore. I am thoughts" 261:2x.Vegetable occupancy: :your Four Tampa court reporters were

Gardens, whose marvelous picture tract in the Everglades* was shown II I asking my thousands of friends on hand with special eo'iipment to
have crashed front pages time and I throughout the State to pass the .
by a deed on file in the circuit I record the trial.
time again: Peter Schoal of Silver word on to their neighbors that 1 I
I clerk's office in West Palm Beach I I Papy attorneys. Pat Whitaker
who linked his tamed not to the Post af ;
Springs this week. am ready quit Group Tampa and Weldon G. Starry
attraction with Niagara Falls and I Mr. and Mrs. C. T Niblack of Commissioner of Agriculture a I lof; and J. Lewis Hall of Tallahassee: ,
the Grand Canyon in the public Oviedo. Ha., are purchasers of the work that I have had my heart in Reports On Farms t have obtained subpoenas for Rep.M. .
mind; Bob Eastman of Marine : land--the east half of Section for years, and I promise to be justas I I' B. Smith of Sanford: : and T.
Studios, whose leaping porpoiseshave I Township 43 south. Range 39 18'j, I active for a better future for ORL.'oDOFlorida Vegetable T. Cobb of Daytona Beach: former -
graced the pages of thousands near Conners highway about six Florida and Agriculture as I have Committee reports that more than Rep. E. E Brady of Sanford:
of publications: Newton j miles northwest of TwentyMileBend. tried to be in the past. I ha\v 1100 million man hours are required I i Emma" Carnvale of :Miami identi-:
Perry Wakulla Springs with his The sellers were Mr. and tried to do a good job which h"\i I annually to grow, harvest pack flied by defense counsel as a legislative :: -
trained fish and State College Mrs. Frank Friend, and Mr. anJ been made possible by the co-op- and hip Florida's tremendous attache, and Secretary of
Aquamaids: Howe Sadler. dirt>ctor Mrs. Lewis Friend doing businessas eration of all the fine people of ou' I'j vegetable crop. State R. A. Gray.
of the Florida News and Photo I Friend & Son of Pahokee.The wonderful State and I will continue The value of all farms in Florida -I The state's attorneys said they
Sen-ice who. with Roy Beckman i Niblack tract is being developed to do so. has grown from a total of $42.- would summon' Rep.- Odham and
of the Florida State Advertising i Nathan Mayo. 763.048 in 1900 to $515.215.000;: in D.
under the personal supervision I Camp. House Speaker Thomas
Commission, has been doing suchan of Jake Williams of Canal 1915. according to Florida Vegetable Bea<:ley. Mrs. Lamar Bledsoe.'= chief
outstanding job for the s-tate. I Point experienced celery grower. Committee statistics. I clerk} of the house and Dewey
could go on and fill the balance I Rapid progress was being made in Fortenberry LaRosaMrs. Florida's leading income-pi oduc- Hooten. house engrossing clerk.}
of this column with names of I development of the land when the ing vegetable crops in order of The selection of six trial jurors
equally able men and women who recent flood struck down opera- Marjorie..LaRosa. daughterof importance, says the Florida Vegetable '' from venire composed

are' serving the state effectively I I tions. Mr. Williams had built I Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Nunnelly of Committee, are: tomatoes, largely of Tallahassee business and
in a public relations capacity. several buildings and preparationof I green beans: celery early Irish civic leaders was expected to consume -
:2 and 3 I Walnut Ridge. Ark., and Wayne K.
Next month. August 1. potatoes, green peppers*, cabbage,
I seed beds had gone forward but much time. In addition t->
to be exact the Florida Publicityand Fortenberry, son of Mrs. L. O. watermelons, (cucumbers' strawberries -
I last week's flood halted all work. I those who might: show valid excuses -
Public Relations Association Water stands high over the majority Snyder pf Pahokee, were married anti sweet potatoes. and those!: who might be challenged -
will journey to West Florida for I of the land ha"ingrun in the Pahokee First Methodist Florida has currently more than I| by: attorneys for some specific -
their mid-summer convention.. one quarter million acres devotedI 1
In-I) across Conner's Highway from the Church. Thursday, July 17, at 5 cause fo disqualification defense -
stead of spending the threedayperiod overflowing West Palm Beach -- I I solely to commercial production of I' and pro.-clution each may
listening j to long-winded canal. pm.ows for the double ring: fre :h vegetables, according to tie keep six men from the jury box

speakers. President Frank Wright ---- ceremony were read by Rev. Carson I Florida Vegetable Committ I without stating their reason.1!'!
and Executive! Secretary Frank I T. Howes*, pastor in the presence Florida! far: ; wage ra tp" have Rfp. Odham told the house that
French have planned a "visual education Lions Want Hiway of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hard- I risen approximated percent on May 11. "as Mr. Cobb of Volj -
tour designed to acquaint away uncle: and aunt of the brid since 1I 32. according to the Flori- I j usia and I were standing near the
these publicists with the charm I groom who acted as witnesses.! I di Vegetable:: Committee. I I door" of the house chamber:Papy
and attractions of this favored sec I The bride wore a two-piece I Per capita consumption c! fiesii: approached him with his alleged
tion. Lions at their Tuesday white eyelet dress with white vegetables in the U. S. has in- I' offer: of $500 and a case of Scotch
Meeting at Wakulla Springs the luncheon meeting passed a resolu- I accessories and a corsage of I c reased from leas than 200 pounds whiskey!'! to take a walk" Instead -
afternoon" of August 1. the group tion requesting action on the rebuilding pink rosebuds. She is!: a graduate per year to nearly250 p)und-\ 'h" of \'otingon the anti-bookie
will ha"e an opportunity to see of Conners Highway between I of the Walnut Ridge High School 1 Florida Vegetable! Committee re- I bill. The bill was defeated by a
this beauty spot and will enjoy a Twentymile Bend and Bryant and served in the WAG for one I ports. This means an in :rease e fmore four-vote margin.
banquet at 6:30 P. M. They will which has been in poor condition .t'ar. At present she is employer than ore! b'i.-pI per person

drive to Tallahassee for the night ,, for several years and is now I as laboratory technician in the of- | per year.The I :
the follow-in morning closed because of flood wates !" Committee ; Cranford McDowellMrs.
and breakfast fice of Dr. E. J. Graham Pahokee. Florida Vey'! i ) -
with Governor Caldwell and overflowing from the West Palui I I Mr. Fortenberry graduated from reports that Florid produce- I
members of his cabinet at the Beach Canal.It I the Holmes County High School I more than 60 percent cf the na- Bessie Cranford of Paho
Cherokee Hotel. Following this was pointed out at the meetIng Bonifiy. Fla.: He was in the Navy ti>, n'" winter a"'!.d sprirz! celery Ini kee announces: the engagement c*
breakfast a State Patrol escort that this highway is the only I! three Yf"arith 21 month of i 1946. her daughter Miss Ona Faye Cran-
will take the party to Apalachicola direct route linking the Pahokee- overseas dutyin the European Florida's I lirgesth sea-on ford. to Gene E. McDowell son of
where homage will be raid Canal Point area with West Palm I theatre crop according to the Florida' Mr. T M. McDowell, of Bainbridge.
to Dr. John Gorrie. inventor of Beach and its closing: has seriously I After a brief wedding trip the I Vegetable Committee is water- I Ga.
artificial ice. Then following the disrupted transportation between couple will make their home in rolI r"' *>!'ir s with an average of more Miss Cranford is a graduate for
beautiful Gulf Coast Highway they this section and the county seat. I hokee. I than S.CMN cars being shipped in I Pahokee High School class of
will go on to Panama City acquainting President Edward A. Jensen! named I j June and July! 1PJ5. and attended the School of
theomsf'lvesith the Curtis Chase: and David Bleecnon I - I I Florida vegetables are available I Music at the University Miami

marvelous development that ha* a committee to make a final Judy Chandler Has ir i v ;l';"..C on the nation's markets the pas tyear. She is now employed -
taken place in this section duringthe draft of the resolution and send I' according to the Florida Vegetable in the city clerk's' office at
past few years. LuncTiron copies to the State Roard Department I Birthday PartyMrs. Committee every month in the I the Pahokee city hall.
will be served at the EdgewaterGulf and the civic clubs of Wet year except August and September I Mr McDowell received his education -
Beach Apartments and following Palm Beach.A : Julian Chandler entertained at Colquitt. (.;i.. and was! in
a short business! session tn Q Howell was named chairman I at her home Friday afternoon" I The Florida Vegetable Committee the service in the European theatre
the afternoon will be free for relaxation "- of the club's house committee.The with a party for her daughter. report that during the past i for 33 months during the war. 1I-
and a swim in the Gulf.A Lions hospital committe Judy who was celebrating her :' twenty seasons. Florida's: total 'Is now employed by the State
banquet is! scheduled that evenin announced that it will sit: in at thj! eighth birthday anniversary Part.' i i commercial vegetable acreage has I'Road Department
? and the party: will speed the next meeting of the Western Palm favors'= including balloons and ha!'. I' increased at an average rate: of I Plans are being made: for tae
night! at E !eexvater Beach Reach County Hosputal District were presented to the guests Mr I more than 5 percent per year. i wvdir.e in the fall
The writer.ho has been a Board! and determine if possible G F Tibhrtts assisted the hostess I More than ino.OOO acres of snap i -----
member of FI''t', it VMSorgar.ired. ; the board's: requirements) for keer.s *>- in the !serving of refreshments! rf Mars are planted annually In NOTIO;
is planning to join th-< \ the hospital in Pahokee openIt ice cream cake and punch. Amongthe Florida according: to the Florida Public notice 1" hpr--tw 1tY-n
distinguished"' caravan and I know was! reported that the club netted : 35 cnests were Judv's grandmothers Vegetable Oommitt'-e! with, more that the undersigned intends to
I will gather some mighty .nt -- $:3 Z\: from the air! and watvcarnival Mr \\':111"l Jc>* and than. tnnoo afe reaching *urre"- register with thr Clerk of the Carr -
t'.tir.1tt'ri31, for future c -!\:1.u N'n'ored at the Paho I Mr Julia Chandler. sful' harvest in pite rf weather ,.:! rv.urt ,,f palm Bear County.
on the tnp. | kee waterfront Sunday: and Rv in'Ktand di!'ei"" ravages Florida pursuant to Section:
I've learned one atartlnr, fact j jabiHit Scout: Troop 25. sponsored' by th' --- Pain Reach rou.".! Florida ",V5f/.. Fl<.n.U Statute l&ll. th;

chance that have taken" J Lions retted $10 from the refreshments I Mr. and Mr*. Earl EastrrliTij I. produce the largest vegetable fictitious: name to wit FourWarService
place out there before: even concession.! I and Harold Heilly have returned to ; arrears .n the state: for eommer- Station. under which Wf my Tampa office Instr" 1t"1\-1" | On the program Rev William T' : Ga: after a nFtita *e! according to the are engaged ID bu.vri at Pabo-
by our secretary to make" hotel" j jreservations Blair spoke on "Education in the I,I Mr ar. i Mr W. H !"f'wtO:1 :n Florida Vez.t-able C'o:1mlttO! kee Florid
I wrote ar.d asked I I'rited State: *" and: X. L. Garri! "''n Pahokee Mr* Reilly. who accompir.jed the nearly *Of".) acres cultivated Ronald H Watson ,.
that a double! room be reserved for ': pave a talk c>n "L>>:al Condition them !here !stayed far sn ar.rM.11y .v o.v are devo'ed TOproJucir.e Jack A PhilhpP.b .J
the night of August :2 at the Edge- in ,b.x'ork I extended visit sap and bass: July! 25 A.g 1 1" 191Friday

Eight The E\erglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. July 23;:, 194'

Dr. BlackburnVill aeou nature. Also featured wIll I Juniors Win From i game was stopped because of the I Adams GarrettMiss
be a measuring party with eacn rain. Sears was on the mound for

Speak To MethodistsSunday person attending contributing a ; Stuart Squad 20-2 Pahokee: he gave up 7 hits i iI Belle Garrett daughter -
penny an inch for the number of I walk hit 2. and struck out e\en. ;
cf Mrs E. L. Garrett and Inflate
Morning at the First inches around theirrist.. The The Pahokee Junior Legionairea i Gillis was behind the plate for the
I Mr Garrett of Pahokee and
Methodist Church, Pahokee the funds received will be used by the fattened their batting averages : local boys.Anderson. Foster Adams son of Mr and Mrs.
speaker will be the Reverend Hen- society to care for the completingof as they romped over Stuart 20 to pitched 1 hit ball for
I J. D. Adams of Lanett, Ala. were
ry W Blackburn, D. D. Superin- the nursery of the church. 2 at the Pahokee City Park Monday I Vero Beach. Taylor got a double j I married at Camilla. Ga. on Sun-
-a -
tendent of the Miami District of afternoon. Stuart stopped the Anderson struck out 8. ,
Plamon-I 13, with Culpepper
day July Judge -
the Methodist Church. Dr. Black- POT LUCK: SUPPER game after six and a half innings. I dan caught for the \isitors.The of Camilla officiating. Mr.
burn is well known in Pahoke', : Members of the Simonson-Lair Taylor hurled 4 hit ball for the game could have been tied Adams acted wit-
I two sisters: as
having served for past three years Circle First Methodist Woman'sSociety local team. He gave up 3 walks up in the fif h when Taylor led nesses.
as District Superintendent.The of Christian Service, will and hit 4 while striking out 1:. off with a d i.ble. Gillis flied out
The bride wore a pastel pink
evening hour of worship will sponsor a pot luck supper and Thomas caught for Pahokee. to 3rd. Phillj got on on an error linen suit with white accessoriesand
bring a group of the laymen of the measuring party in the social hall Howard and Barr shared the by the short stop, and Taylor a of white carnation
church who will lead the service of the church Monday. July 28, at pitching for Stuart. Between them moved down to 3rd. Phillips stole She received corsage her education at Sarasota -
and bring the message. O. B. Mc- 7:30 p. m. A special musical pro- they gave up 13 hits, 12 walks, 2nd. Thomas struck out. Sims and Pahokee High Schools
Clure, chairman of the board of gram will include numbers by Ann hit I, and struck out 1. came in as a pinch hitter fo-
and before her marriage was associated -
stewards and church lay leaders Rita Burns Freddie Blakey. Mrs. Belle Glade will be here for a Holmes and flyed to second to end with the City Market in
R.V.. Sanders, and Mrs. R. M.Mike .
will have charge of the service and game Friday afternoon. This the inning. Pahokee.
will use other members of thechurch ( ) Sanders. Members of the game should be good as they - Mr Adams received his high
in the service. B. Elliott, Gertrude Shirley Circle will be invited beat Pahokee at Belle Glade two Mr and Mrs Thadd Whidden, I i school education at Lanett wherehe

member of the board of stewards '. guests. weeks ago. This was the only defeat accompanied by Wallace Barnes, is now employed and where the
and Sunday School teacher. will be --- that Pahokee suffered duringthe are spending a week's vacation in I couple will make their home.
speaker of the evening in bringingthe Dents in a food con, unless so district play. Havana and Santiago. Cuba.
message. deep as to cause leakage, do not Lose to Vero Beach Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young: -a is
The Men's Bible class will haveas indicate that the contents have Vero Beach defeated the Paho- and children plan to leave Aug. 1 I A record peach pros-
their guest next Sunday morn- harmed, according to scientistsof kee Junior Legionaires in a MX I,for a month's vacation at Braden- pect for 1947 according to a survey -
ing the members of the Victory the American Can Company. inning game Friday afternoon. The I I[ton Beach. t by A & P Food Stores.HERE'S .

Class_._ with Mrs R. J. S' roier: as
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Shirley Circle will have a covered YOUR'KEY TO COMPLETE

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