The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 25, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Swimming Pool 175 Enrolled In I St. Lucie Work Is I t: All's Well That Ends Good Will Tour Is

Bible School i Well-Or Did It?

To Cost 521,000The Started This Week Planned To Glades
At this writing, Wednesday afternoon I I With Skipper Mack Carter at

175 were enrolled in the the helm and Mrs. Glen Abling WPB Merchants
public swimming pool under Vacation Bible school of the First CLEWISTON The Hendry ridinig as a passenger the sleek By
construction at the Pahokee city Corp.. Rattlesnake, FI&, started and beautiful "Queen of Fishea-
Church of Pahokee.
park win cost a total of $21,000by Baptist Members Creek" sliced the
ting through
include and Sunday morning the work of en- The Roads and Highways Com-
boys girls of thi
the time it is completed according waters of West Palm Beach Canal
churches of this area. Tonight will larging a 24-mile section of the St. mittee of the West Palm Beach
to an announcement made with the greatest of ease on a trial
at the Tuesday luncheon meeting! be family night at which time two Lucie canal, according to the run Monday afternoon. As the Chamber of Commerce In cooperation -
of the Lions Club, sponsor of the motion pictures will be shown. United States Engineer's sub-of- queen roared in on the return with the Palm Beach County
project. Of this sum between "God the Creator," in color and fice here. stretch spectators who lined the Resources Development Board and
"The Good Samaritan.. These will Low bidder at 1276000. the
the Merchants Division of the-
and have
$15,000 $16,000 alrea.ybeen canal bank in front of the Carter-
raised, it was reported at be presented at 7.45 Mrs. Loel Hendry Corp. will remove an estimated Geiger drugstore and bus station Chamber of Commerce, is sponsor-
the meeting. Lence will operate the machine. It 3.540.000 cubic yards of could see the skipper's proud smile ing a Good Will Tour to the Everglades -
was planned to bring the school to material between Lake Okeechobee -
.:Manning I. Keen the new president I shining through the spray. They on June 30. The general
a close this week however thanksto and new St. Lucie lock in t*ia
who presided for the first marveled at his skill as he wheeledthe outline of the plan is as follows:
time named Leonard Dobrow Ed- the interest manifested. ConSId- ranal about eight miles west! of I boat sharply around at the end The motorcade will travel through
ward Jensen and Rupert Mock on eration of the many requests for Stuart. cf the run-and so did Mrs. Ablm the Glades via Canal Point, Pa-
a committee to nominate a new a longer school will be considered. The will also remove the oil: as she and the skipper left the hokee Belle Glade, South Bay and
treasurer to fill the vacancy lett St. Lucie lock No 1 and the south I overturned queen and !swam! for I I Clewiston. At Clewiston. lun'h
the of T. D. am:tment log dam at Port MajacaRemoval will be .
by resignation : the nearest bank.Manning "dutch treat" The group
art. It was announced that Stv-I Post Will Sponsor of this material w.'l: will be joined there at lunch by
vd in increasing the discharge of - -
clubs board of directors will the Clew ;ton Junior Chamber of
in the Lions Hall the I roster from Lake Okeechobee whenat I Commerce
regularly on Lions and Kiwanis
Beauty Entrant I. Keen Is
last Monday of each month at 8 flood stage and improve Clubs. After lunch. they will visit
p. m., the next meeting to be on navigation channel of the cross the United States Sugar corporation's -
June 28. Edward A. Jensen retiring I state waterway from Stuart t'1
Members of Fred and Percy New Lion President I cattle enterprise.
president, was given a standing I II Fort Myers.The .
I Mansfield Post 90 at a meeting in Among others to be present 01
vote of thanks for service3 I the woman's* clubhouse :Monday dredging company is using the trip are the County Commission -
rendered the two dredges on this work a 16- Manning I. Keen was installed
during past year. :night voted to sponsor the entryof : City Commission Representatives -
President Keen named chairmanof inch and a 20-inch. One dredge president of the Pahokee Lions
a Pahokee girl in the beauty and Senators, representatives -
standing committees as follows: contest which will be a feature of came down last week to be in Club at a joint installation of new- of all civic clubs and all business -
J. J. Cfaastain attendance: Ed- the Palm Beach County festival to readiness for work when the con ly elected officers of the Pahokee, organizations. It is the hope
. ward A. Jensen constitution and be held in West Palm Beach this tract was approved the UmteJ I i I Belle Glade and Clewiston Clubs that sufficient numbers may go
laws Frank Roselle convention States Engineer's'office at Jjacksonvttlel' Friday night in the .ton: "
by ; ,first week,in July. bead ; Lf fejongand lend their presence' to
e : Curtis Chase, finance; c.T Commander James-A. Stafford : Hal in Belle Glade. Other new of- make this Good Will Tour an affairof
Howes membership: J. A. Stafford i appointed J. W. Mullis chairman ficers of the Pahokee Club inducted highly worthy cause.
program and entertainment: ,of the committee whose duty will were Paul Tillery first vice The idea in planning this tripis
A. C. Santo publicity: L 1C. Collins 'be to select the most beautiful girl Florida's History president; Leonard Dobrow secre- to promote Good Will for the
house; A. J. Lively, citizen- 'I in the community to represent PA- Will Be Shown On tary-treasurer; A. C. Santo, Lions Palm Beaches and to dhow the
chip and patriotism: R. B. Simonson tamer; Leon Spooner. tail twister;
hokee in the contest. Mr. Mull, good people in the Glades that the
boy scouts: A. R. Harrington, will also serve as one of the beauty Poster Stamps R. B. Simonson Jess M. Elliott coast has their interest at heart
sight conservation and work for Rupert Mock and L. J. Fraser di
contest judges at the contest. .
the blind; Dr. R. R. Long health Adjutant Perry Duke was instructed TAMPA-Florida's colorful history rectors. -
A. Howell. Lions!' will attractive President H. V. Draa headed the
and welfare; Q. to write to the Palm be shown on FM Stations Join In
education: I. J. Frasure. Jr. education Beach Port of Authority and learn poster stamps. with 24 different slate of new officers installed for
: Rupert Mock civic Im- what plans the group has in mini views on each sheet stamps measuring I the Belle Glade Club and President Statewide Network
provement: David Bleecb, safety for improving the Pahokee water- 2 1-4 by 2 3-4. issued by the I Lloyd Kelly the Clewiston Club.I .
Dr. E. J. Graham community betterment front following the destruction cf Florida Historical Research Inst1- I Dr. Claude Hicks of Lake Worth DAYTONA BEACH -- WNDB-

: Duncan Padgett new the dock in the hurricane last fa1!. tute.The i new Lions district governor acted FM. Daytona Beach's station operated -
dubs; Paul Tillery chamber of It was the opinion of the Legion- first series will be ready for ;i as installing officer Hicks appointed by News-Journal, and
commerce. A. C. Santo, the Lions niares at the meeting that the con- distribution December 1 in time Edward A. Jensen, retiring five other FM station in Florid.
Tamer and past presidents will struction of a break-water would for the first anniversary of the I president of the Pahokee club j joined last Saturday in experimental -
Rene on the greeting committee. be of more value to the community establishment of the Fverelad,'s I II zone: chairman and Emmett statewide network consisting -
- than the rebuilding of the dock. National- Park. Each series o- I" Robert retiring president of the entirely of radio relays between -
Council To Continue It wa reported that the Le I sheet cf 21 stamps will portray a rule Glade, deputy district: gnvi the stations!' without the
gion's junior baseball team won its 100 year period in Florida' his- i ernor. Twenty of the Lonis attending use of telephone wires.
Pre-Package Research first game of the season 26 to ::. tory. the meeting were awarded pins The demonstration' was for the
at Stuart last week. The ad\.sorv board of the In tI-1 I fer 100 per cent attendance at benefit of the annual convention of
TAMPA-The Vegetable Prepackaging tute was announced this week neetmgs during the past year. the Florida Association of Boarccaster *-
Council at a meeting SINGING CONVENTION follows: D. B. McKav. former Fcliownjr! the meeting the Lions *. which opened Friday in
here last week agreed to contim FOURTH S17XD4Y SING Mayor of Tampa and publisher of end tht'lr.t'8 enjoyed a dance Orlando.
for another year research in con- Rep Cowart. president of the fe Tan-pa Daily Tune! ; J. Edgar 1'I at the Everglades! County Club. Other stations participatingwere
sumer packaging of perishab'e Palm Beach County Singing Convention Wall Postmaster cf Tampa Carl .- I : WJHP-FM. Jacksonville;
eeetables. announces the fourth Sun- D. Brorem. president rf the Peninsular WINS \T DOG SHtW WHOO-FM. Orlando WTSPFM.St .
Under present' contracts the day ring it scheduled to open a* Telephone Company: E1- With 179 entries at the Ft.'J'Iionl.; West
Federal Government and State the Palm Beach Citadel of Th win D. Lambngbt. editor of th" Lauderdale Dog Show last Sunday Palm Beach, and WWPB-FM.' MI-
Government furnish $10.000 each Salvation Armv. South Dixie at Tampa Morning Tribune and Mrs Mr and Mrs Ed Cushman of ami. Similar demonstrations have
, with the remainder being financed Gardenia on Sunday: June 2:th.. J. Reid Ramsey member of the Pahokee, captured seven ribbons been made by northern vtationfl.
by' council members. The objective at 2 p. m. with adjournment set State Democratic Committee ELE. and a gold cup with" three dogs,; and a permanent FM network 11
ot the council according to I.e. for 5pm. Garrison former head of the entered winning top honors in rapidly covering the Northern partof
monte Craw of Orlando. Council Major Charlos Johnson Palm Garrison Advertising Agency ia every class entered. the United States.
secretary, and ultimate aim of the i Beach district leader of The Salvation director of sales and A. J Bowman Their buff and white Cocker The idea of the Florida FM demonstration -
1 research is to eliminate much of i Arm extends! cordIal welcometo of the A J. Bowman Studios Spaniel won Best of Variety of w ass originated by
the waste that occurs between the convention and tte general pub is art director for the project. Breed Their male Springer Spaniel Arthur 1{. Lynch of Fort Myer.
farm and the consumer's table rot li('. Headquarters have been established placed Best of Breed and wenton former editor of Radio Broadcast-
only increasing the quality cf Spt"Cial'iSltl11l are expected at 3f"07" Granada Street. to Best Pog in Sporting Group Ing.
table vegetables but reducing cor5Uirer from the Pad and Bro ard County Tampa. and anyone interested an winning over stiff competition --- -
cost. singing conxention and the- this move to record Florida colorful I with some fire Pointer Setteis \TTKNB {'0N''ENTlON
There were" about 50 grower will be unusual numbers presented Motor on poster stamps and Crackers how-n Their female Miss n"rbera'UklnJlOn.. mem
shippers and suppliers present to - ... . should contact te Florida His I Springer placed Beet: of Opposite ter of the Pafcokee high School
hear prepackaging di cused by U. TO BRO.\DC\ST srxmvThe toncal Research Ir.ftitute at that Sex Junior Red Crow, attended the
S Department of Agriculture an.1 First Baptist Church of Pa- address \ This was,, an excellent utow. National Red Cross Contention In
Florida state cgnculture experts hokee will" broadcast! the eleven with dogs shipped from as far *. San Francfcro. Calif. thia week,
o'clock service Sunday Rev C A CIRCLE TO MEET Pennsylvania ctrnpetinr: Mr. and June 21-24 Muss Wiikinv wa
The first underwater television Moberg will,, ue for his subject The mor.n'Lair Orcle. First Mrs O. R. BSeech 8N'Ompan.1 one of the four delegates who represented -
ever filmed was" made at Weelowachee The Ministry of Suffering" All Methodist \\'SCP. win" meet at the them to the how and banquet tithe the Palm Beach County
Springs last week when choir members both choirs are home of Mrs. C. T Howes on rvenirjr Junior Red Crows organization At
NBC Tf1t'visiofllmt'd a group of asked to be present.Mr. Monday Jure: 2S, at 3:30: p. m. . the conventionMr .
performers eating watermelon beneath Mrs. Arch Blabey. vice chairman. Mrs. Roy Vandeirrlft Sr.. entertained .
the surface. The underwater and Mrs. J. W Guthne and win preside at tie business Mn. recently with a dinner and Mr, Wiley TUlle vi.ite
star also ate bananas and drank children: of Miami spent fathers Con Phillip and Mrs. )(. D. Am- party honoring her husband on hu her brother and stcter-ln-Uw, Mr
Coca Colas ten feet beneath the day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs mops will assist Mrs Hawses atcoboat birthday anshrersary. Plates were and Mr_ H. L. Jaudon In Wau-
surface.' L S. Guthrie in Patokee. ewe*. laid for 25 CUntl. chu2a Tuesday

Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday June 25. 1945

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CHURCH OF CHRIST ,Pahokee. MethodistsTo results of Loyalty". Foundationfor
SCIENTIST this lesson is found in Malachi
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" is the See Another MovieThe 4:1-6 and St. Luke 1:69-80. The
the Lake Oheechobee Farming Region
subject of the LessonSermonwhich men of the church and community
Established 1924 Published Every Friday will be read in Churches of First Methodist Church or will find a cordial welcome awaiting -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Christ Scientist throughout the Pahokee announces the presentatior. them in this fine class of men.

world on Sunday June 27. 'I . .
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ** of another Sound Movie next
The Golden Text is: O house
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter of Jacob come ye. and let us walkin ,Sunday Evening. This picture 1* Lakeland To Have

the light of the Lord" (Isaiah entitled: "No Greater Power". Tie I New Bus Terminal
Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
Paul ,
25). inspiration for this picture is from

"Top priority" should be given in this year's wage talks Among the citations which comprise the Teachings of the Master a* LAKELAND site for a new

to "public security"- rather than "union security" or the Lesson-Sermon is the found in the gospels. These pictures bus terminal here has been acquired -
following from the Bible: "And are the latest pictures avail- by the Florida
S. vice of Fordin
"company securit--John Bugas, president
the Lord answered and said.
able in Sound-Movies and Presentus Lines. Inc., it was announced by
a letter to the UAW. 5s Write the vision, and make it a great lesson. John McIntosh district passenger

plain upon tables that be may Last Sunday Evenings presentation agent. He said the company has
Without the doughboy, without an army of sufficient run that readeth it" (Habakkuk of the "Calling of Matthew"was acquired title to the property it

size and strength, I hate to think what! would be the fate of 22)The well received and has elicited the southeast corner of South

America in the world.-Secretary of the Army Kenneth S. Lesson-Sermon also mclud.s much praise from those in the Missouri Avenue and Olive Street

Royall. the following passage from the service. The only complaint was and will build a larger terminal
s s s s s Christian Science textbook. "Sc that it was not long enough. Everyone there to replace the one in use for

The CIO wil! not support the presidential aspirations of ence and Health with Key to the will find a cordial welcome in nine years at the corner of Missouri -

Harold E. Stassen. We're not afraid! of the Tafts, the Hart- Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy these services. Avenue and Main Street.
"No human pen nor tongue taughtme Sunday Morning Wqrship Ser- Plans for
the new terminal have
the underminingof
leys the Stassens and we're not afraid of
the Science contained in this vice will find the Pastor Rev. C. not been drawn and it will be
labor movement Philip Murray president.; CIO.
the book SCIENCE AND HEALTH, T. Howes using the subject: "The about a year before it is a reality
s s s s s
and neither tongue nor pen can Lure of The Wilderness The storyof McIntosh said. He added that th-
The Soviet Union has no reason to blush for its behaviorin overthrow it. This book may be the lesson is found in the writ- oils company's lease on the present

contradiction to the behavior of some other countries.- distorted by shallow criticism or ings of Jeremiah and has an ap- terminal lasts about another ).ear.

Andrei A. Gromyko. Soviet deputy foreign minister. by careless or malicious students plication for life to-day. The -

55 > and its ideas may be temporarily Senior Choir under the directionof Walls of gleaming ceramic til"

This game of seeing how far you can go in irritating other abused and misrepresented bu Mrs. Earl Meredith will sing. ,'ombining bright color with high

people and still not goat them to more than verbal protest is the Science and truth therein The Men's Bible Class of the reflection will make small kltchna -
forever remain to be discernedand First Methodist Church will use seem much larger color experts -
a dangerous game. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
s a s s demonstrated"* (110:17)). the lesson study next Sunday "The say.
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Party bosses and ward heelers who have kidnaped the

Democratic party may force the nomination of Kirry Truman Pilot Club ConventionA A.ln......_

but they cannot force the south or the nation to accept Great Success -

bim.GoStrom Thurmond! of South Carolina. : where I
s s s s s DAYTONA BEACH-The Pilot : \ From :cit ... .dg Joe Marsh

The Mundt-Nixon Bill does not outlaw the Communist Club International convention he'd )

Party, but it does outlaw activities in which the part i is at Sheraton Plaza and Princes l

engaged.-Rep. K. E. Mundt (R) of South Dakota. [>sena hotels last weekend attracted -

- ----------------------------------------------- - delegates from the Ha-
; let the Wives in !
waiian Islands, Canada and the They
a Miami restaurant. In that par-
United States.
ticular case, the warden
Following the convention, which
damages to the amount of S27 500" I
to the person injured by his auto- was pronounced one of the bestin The e\-CI's:! of c-r t ""n ertcrAfter lire! "feed" the husbands,

irobile The defendant thought he the history of the organization t= tours were arranged in order .
had adequately protected himsef group at one of their "iceda hambmger . and; later. the ptat'dIn-
(By Russell Kay) with a $10,000 liability and prop- that visiting delegates mightsee sand .i:?h9 &-:1 ice cad u:"at.!:nx." The party broke up
such outstanding Florida at-
erty damage policy. It developelthat Silver Ma- beer. (The girls had hinted that around tt-n, aide the! boys agreeing!
tractions as Springs
The man on the radio who captions in order to settle the case he t'...,.d like to see w',at went <,n tact it "a> mighty ucrerul.
rineland. Cypress Gardens and Bok
us. "Don be half safe" was forced to sell his business. Tower.S. when their husbands :gut: together; ) From v here I sit, it's this. com-
In five personal cases set
might very well be selling insurance injury Kendrick Gurnsey of Jacksonville Being wary, the boys. providedchicken ra-.ion hip among young couples
for trial in the Dade Circuit Courts
instead of soap according t.> president of Rotary International sandwiches and cake and today, and their moderation in a
during the month of July the average -
addressed the group cider-for those w.vcs, who might sensu'e beverage like beer that'shave
my good friend Asher Frank sec- amount sued for is $7500"
during the convention St'ssion. other tastes. But though the generation such
they won younger
retary of the Florida Safety Council and in none of these cases does the .. .
defendant carry more than $50-V) were grateful for the choice, most a wholesome: reputation.
*"The cost of accidents" Asher personal liability insurance Wet pavements are easy on tires of the wives agreed that hamburger
in one respect. B. F. Goodrich en-
says "is going up like everything This is the amount required un- sandwiches and I beer were Q Uti 7'
that tire treads
else and going up at an alarmingrate. der the financial responsibility law gineers say aver- a mighty pleasant com'iination- 0"' '''' UU'---
age about 40 degrees lower tem-
." passed by the Florida legislature
perature when roads are wet than
To it he brought me a at the last session. The $5,000-10.-
prove when the same surface is dry. Cop)riC5t,1943. felted ifvfrsVrucrj FounJat.os tsr
clipping from the Miami Herald 000 basic policy is carried by over I

which tells of awards for damages 85 per cent of the automobi

allowed by the courts in accident owners in the state today according ..
cases of from $25,000 to as high a* to a recent insurance !survey

$100,000. The basic policy costs $2850
Records show that up until last For another $2.55 the amount for

November the highest amount ever coverage Is doubled. The $25,000-
awarded in such a case in Floridawas 50,000 policy costs $33.09 and th50COOl00OOO

25000. Then things began to $ coverage is $33.91, Hold on a little longer
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pick up and clever lawyers pointed If our courts are going to con-
: out that money won't buy. as tinue awarding larger and larger 0r

much today as it did a few years damage claims then it is apparent
ago that most Florida motorists are
They point to cotton at SOc, corn only "half safe"; in some case'1much

. $2.50. steak $1 and common labor less than half /

$6 as a lot different than when Of course the motorist with an t!::: #

cotton was 5c. corn 50c steak 25c old rattle trap car and no other l'f f

and common labor $1. Such plea personal property to speak of can L 1'J -

have made themselves felt. Lowe go hilt merry way with little con- .I'. '... ,. .

courts have awarded higher and cern as to the amount of insurance !
higher sums and these have been he carries. When he has an lP8ICer.

sustained by the Supreme Court in accident the state will compel She'll Lt

a surprising number of instances him to take out a $5,000 policy

In their decision.the Supreme under the financial responsibilitylaw. .R

Court approved the principle of but the motorist who own his ,
higher verdicts because of the home has a business and has \ J

shrinking dollar. In one particular i something to lx e is taking a
case the Court said: j I mighty big chance if he fails to

"Earning capacity, life expectancy I I heed the present trend and don -LW :1
dependability, what a dollar I not take steps to see that he is :
will bring and provincial economy 'adequately<< protected

are primary factors that actuate i This column may read like a
jury in formulating its erdict" 'rim: for the insurance business, !j
Just to give you some idea of but it isn't meant to be InsteaJ A telephone ring i canting! You never ,1 ....

how damage awards are mountingIn p it is intended to acquaint motorists know liaf!' waiting,: at the other en.!. TTiat why '
Dade Count alone, in the suit with a dangerous" situation a"d *
of Jowph W Mcllugh against the give' them wurethng" to think it important to ansu>r call /r m/>lIt /\. ( :rJ

Mi' xmi Transit Company the State about. Paying a $25Oo important when sou-re.loins: Hw .

Supreme Court affirmed the' cir- suit with only a $.';.0nrt or SlOOiV /j
court verdict of $10000 .. calling, to allcni a minute (or your party to t I
policy to fall hack on i. n t very" ; \
Shortly after that a $50,000 !funny; for the poor guy who happens reach th1 telephone. It*!' tM<>-av .
award was affirmed the case '! to hive his tail in the crack. ,
c. n<> that better
of John E. Hargrove again the . mean

Florida Power & Light I enter all aroumi .,
Companv Amot'ric'antn.'IUme en o u g i t t i t
The high p.Mnt was \! recently meat yearly to fin a frying pan
when the State Supreme SOS mile in diameter ccordme to

Court approved a $100 000 verdictin a report made by SKF Industreson Gimp
the case of Theodore R. Johnson the ue of antifriction bearings par. railed tint to air<-r. .

against the Goodyear Tire in food processing rrachireryMr .
Rubber Company -r. .

Verdicts gradual going up ar o Grady Echols returned'Wednesday

proving might tough on defendant '! from a visit with h SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

*. The Herald cites one recent I father and other relatives in Lan tn'coato5ATfe
ca*' that involved the owner cf daleU_

June 25. 1948 The News. Canal Florida
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II That's right! When you must walk on the highways in rural : I
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or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road

I facing traffic. :
I There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person
I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- I

\ fic. 24Floridian.s, lost their lives and 33 were injured walking i.
i I the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
: : daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and

dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing

Mr. Motorist- in the road.
Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways

MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable
I SAFE DRIVING hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims -
increasing. In the.first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-
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run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by
: these car cowards.

i So remember for your own sake- on highways, walk to
\ the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.


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; DON'T TAKE CHANCES The Everglades News

th Aitee;ated Dames;
Prepared by I.
cf florlde.; ff. Florida: Press All*. Paul I Kardin: PublisherFriday.
e>.*icn.and the National; Conserve*
t:en Bureau, at a public service.

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Application Made ForSightSeeing .MOBERG ANNOUNCE SUNDAY Plans Made For PAHOKEE XL"" BIBLE CLAS.4
NIGHT SERMONRev. Cinematic ChatterBy Sunday's lesson "From Malachi ta;
: Service I C. A. Moberg. pastor of the Malcolm Millar Cancer Drive Show Christ." a period of some 400 years
First Baptist Church of Pahoke, between the Old and New Testaments -
TALLAHASSEE Applicationfor will continue Sunday night his TAMPA-Final plans for a two- will be taught Sunday
a state certificate to operate a series of messages on. "Israel the I. We all remember the fine performance hour show for the Hlllsborough morning by the teacher. Rev. C.
sight-seeing service from Wint'!r;: New State." Several have submit- of Joan Crawford in II County Cancer Drive were com- A. Moberg. The Class Quartet wUl
Garden and Orlando to the principal ted answers to the question "How "Mildred Pierce." which will live pleted at a meeting of the United: I sing. All unaffiliated men and
tourist attractions of the many Jewish Temples in the in our memory as long as we live. Restaurant Owners Association \.f I visitors are cordially invited. The
state will be made by J. T. Ellis Bible" According to the prophetic Miss Crawford has repeated tha Florida with members of the Tam- group meets at 9:45..
at a public hearing in Orland thought of the pre-millenial group great triumph in her latest and pa Junior Chamber of Commerce.The . . -
June 22. Chairman Jerry W. Carter the Jews are associated with a greatest dramatic story "Possess show will be held at the Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Keen enter-
of the Florida Railroad and certain number of temples.The one ed", which is one of the most absorbing Palace Theatre July 2 at 11:00 p. tained at their home Saturday
Public Utilities Commission before with the correct or most nearly and intensely dramatic da- m. Talent will be from the various night with a surprise party honor-
when the application will be correct answer, will be rewardel ventures one could imagine them- city night clubs and proceeds wi'l ing T. D. Stewart on his birthday
heard said Ellis had asked to take Sunday night with a copy of the'Mount selves witnessing. Her leading man go to the Cancre Fund. anniversary.
parties to Oriental Gardens :n of Olives Edition" of tha is the personable, and equally clev-
Jacksonville Sanlando Springs, New Testament. All attending are er artist Van Heflin. whom ;are;
Ravine Gardens in Palatka Marine I asked to bring Bibles notebooksand have seen here in some mighty
Studios in St Augustine to Miami pencils or pens. The Sunday fine displays of dramatic ability. I
.1 to the above ques- Heading the large cast of fea-
to Silver Springs to Bole night answer
Tower and Cypress Gardens to I I tion will comprise the sermon mat- tured players are Raymond :Massey i 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
Geraldine Brooks Moroni
McKee Jungle Gardens at Vero. ter.
I . .. and John
Beach to the Everglades Reptile Olsen. Stanley Ridges
Gardens south of Fort Myers, to Ridgely. and ever member of this
the Ringling Museum to Rainbow Large Development fine cast pitch a fine game of bad
Springs. Wakulla Springs and to Started At NaplesNAPLES in bringiing this story to us. 4 Buses ToMiiuni
St. Petersburg. A Hush in a darkened theatre To West Palm Beach
. Suddenly noticeably your
Larry McPhail heart beat is speeding. You are Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
former owner of the Brooklyn prepared for almost anything
Dodgers and New York Yankees: when Louise (Joan Crawford)
OFFICE HOURSFROM baseball clubs and a group of Co says: "Tve done things rm
lumbus. Ohio business men have ashamed of . but this is not
bought four blocks of property on one of them!" Then she does what Glades Motor Lines, ha
JUNE 1 THRU SEPT SO Naples Beach and plan a $250,000 she does. And all the countless
MORNINGS ONLY apartment development it has tense happenings in "Possessed"take SERVING THE GLADES" .
been announced. after this
on new meaning
McPhail is president one thunder-clap moment.
SUNDAY Naples Development Company, organized -
As it shatters the darkened
RECENT EMERGENCIES for the enterprise. The theatre-it reaches deep inside
ACCEPTED: land deal was said to involve about you. Well that .s a general idea. -
60000. Workmen have already movies Mai. -
See you at the -- -
DR. and MRS. started clearing the site. Construction . I I

C. E. CREEL plans are now being formu- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Major and

lated. sons are spending the summer ir. Shrubs and Trees !

Greenville S ..C.Classified. .

i Authorized Sales and Service

Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage
Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcn

SEPTIC tacks and grease traps .
I cleaned and repaired. ho.e !
3872. Bob Doutbit. Pahokee. :M17c : ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
All-Purpose Farm Wagons and afternoons I.
I : NOTICE: Anyone to whom I. L. Open Wednesday Saturday
Burton of Canal- Point was indebted 1100 Southern Blvd., West Palm BeachOffice ,
should get in touch witn I
j Carts Hydraulic Mole Drains, the undersigned: Mts. W. c. De- : I 1
Canal Tla. Jll .
I Loach. Point. : -- -
& : FOR SALE: 1947 Ford Ferguson
Drainage Irrigation Pumps :
: . Tractor 5 foot d18c, Fertilize .. : : -: :-: :-:-:-: : <..:. (
and seeder Lift and trailer. D. B. 6
I wwMeeewwiw. i ,I Plow. Call M. R. Rhoades. phone ..:. Machine Headquarters C..>
2614. 3tp

Farm Machinery & Supply Co. COCKER SPANIEL puppies fo!'. .see:. Underwood Sundstrand Typewriters Adding Machine 4::..
sale. Blacks and Red and whites.. : Marchant Calculating Machines ;

: Phone 531 Canal Point, Fla.Much. . neighboring Best E. F. Cush-below: s.1't. A. B-Elliott Dick Mimeographs Addresso Graphs ..:.

I man. Pahokee. June 18. 25.pd :.
: F & E Check Writers

-- WANTED: Dragline operator W. 4iHALSEY i
J. Adam. 654 Bacora Point Road, ,
Phone 638. Pahokee. ltp..y.XPhone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .%..

FOR SALE: Six room concret .. ..- ... . ._.. "'._.._............... .........I.!. block structure a few block
.better washers! from the bridge in Belle Glade on
Pahokee-Belle Glade road. Large
corner lot. Owner. leaving and sac-

Much-Iower prices Call kee.rificing Dan at Carpenter 10000. Easy 2571. term Paho Jllc Milk Means GrowthWithout

FOR SALE: One T-20 tractor
certain elements in his
$500. also one F-12 tractor S400

COME SEE these MW and different W.kee.J.Fla.S.LESXAS Adams. Phone 638. Paho diet, baby would lack bounce and

le dix Washers! They've just armed in WANTED: Asbestos. energy. The urge to grow and develop -

our store! Many new features never seen before Siding and roofing contact man. would be retarded.

... they can even put in their own soap! Florida Remodeling and Construction
Co.. Box 893. Belle Glade
Milk is the
Phone 364. TFTOR Afar Pasteurized ,

COME SAVE as much as $120The SALE: 6-room house. located safest milk for your baby. V
at 511 E. Main St., Pahokee.Fla. .
world's favorite automatic washer for as Bids to be submitted in writing Homogenized llilkith the all-]]

much as $120 less than other automatics . justa not later than midnight, July important Vitamin D added is
little more than ordinary hard-work washers! 5. 194S to the Southern Bell Telephone -
and Telegraph Co. attention the choice of many mothers for

BfNOIX' WASHERS PRICED AS LOW AS *199'3 Mr. Dorman 'f'MI.'f''I' t
feeding. Be safe when
Palm B ach. Fla. Building .ni baby you

1.11 tIME FIRST SERVII ArBOBS Debris lot by July must 25 he 194 rf'mofroon_ For furth."ftail. .:!' 1 buy milk-look for the Alfar em-

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, June 25 1943. j
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New Mutual ContractsFor i CONVENTION TO BE HELD Barnett To Address CANAL POINT WMS MEET To Begin Heart
Citrus Growers I JACKSONVILLE next an- National Convention The Womens Missionary Societyof Disease Research

I nual convention of the Blue Cross Canal Point Baptist Church
LAKELAND New contracts and Blue Shield Commissions will TALLAHASSEE R. Barnett met at the home of Mrs. J. S. WASHINGTON Senator Pep-
have been drawn up and the revised be held in Florida during April executive director of Florida per urged the Senate
ChastaIn on Monday. A very interesting Appropriations -
charter of the Florida Citrus 1949. The exact time and place Council for the Blind and presidentof
Mutual which gives growers a will be announced later. This the National Council of Execu- program was given in Committee last week to ap-

controlling voice in the proposed meeting will bring together about tives for State Agencies for tie the morning. Taking part were prove a cash outlay of $7.961,390

super-cooperative, has been sent 500 people, including directors and Blind will address the national Mrs. C. H. Jones Mrs. Ned Kocher for the year beginning July 1 to.
to Tallahassee and is now on file trustees of the 91 Blue Cross and convention of the American Association Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. Mrs. M. start the heart disease research,

there with the secretary of state, 67 Blue Shield plans which operate of Workers for the Blind F. George Mrs. G. L. Sims Mrs. program recently voted by Con
it has.been announced. throughout the United States, .in St. Paul. Minn., July 13.
Chas. Maxson. and Mrs. Ida gress.
Jams C. Morton on leave of absence Canada and Puerto Rico. Barnett, who has been blind
Brooker. A covered dish luncheonwas Pepper and
from the Waverly Growers' The Blue Cross plans, which are since the age of 15, will speak on Representative
served at noon. Smathers (D., Fhu.) were
Cooperative to serve aa organiza- non-profit pre-payment plans for what kind of services the Federal
A business of the
meeting was held in sors heart disease researchlegislation
tional director of Mutual, has approved hospital care have a membershio Government should extend to the
the afternoon.Mrs. which President Tru-_
printer's proofs of new Mu- of more than 30,254,000 people. blind. The Association is composedof
I H. L. Speer was a guest. man signed last week.Notice .
tual contracts and they will be The Blue Shield plans organizedmore professional workers.

available in a few days. recently, are non-profit, pre- . --.
All old contracts signed by payment plans for surgical care. I !
growers, shippers and canners, having a member ship of about
Perry To Have Large I
have become void under the charter 9,000,000.
and by-law revisions approvedlast . Rodeo Arena Soon To Growers And Stockmen! :
week at a membership meet
ing. The new contract forms, plus Officers Named For PERRY-The Perry rodeo field ,
copies of the new charter and by- a lighted arena with seats for The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION -
Citrus Association f
laws, will be sent to all growers, 2,000 spectators, is nearing com- and The National Farm Loan Association, E
shippers and canners. who pre- pletion, O. Faircloth has announced. -
will have representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade
viously had signed with Mutual, ORLANDO-R. D. Keene. of Or- The field is being constructed I
Morton said. Details of the mem- lando, will head the United Growers by Faircloth, T. J. Faulkner, Sr. for the purpose of interviewing farmers and taking i I

bership drive to sign up 75 per and Shippers Association, a T. J. Faulkner, Jr.. and Jack applications for their financial requirements.,
cent of the state's citrus tonnage major citrus trade organization, Faulkner. It is on road No. 55,
will be announced in a few days. as president for the coming year. I' I .;
just south of the Perry city limits.
Pahokee: at M. P. Holman Inc. Fertilizer House
. Keene, former first vice-president, i on
Construction will be completed
FFA Members has been serving as acting presi- within two weeks. The first rodeo : Fridays, July 2nd, 9th 16th, 23rd 30th and August6th I I
dent since the death of J. J. Par-
and 13th between the hours of 10:00 and :
series on the new field is slated a. m.
Convention rish. of Titusville.
Attend for July 22. 23 and 24. Two rodeo 3 00 p. m.
Other officers named included: series are planned annually.
GAINESVILLE Young Florida J. V. D'Albora Cocoa first vice-
..... . Belle Glade: at the office of Van Landingham Brothers -
farmers from 120 chapters of Future president; John Campbell Lees-

Farmers of America in 53 burg, second vice-president: L. IT". Perry, Taylor County having on Thursdays July 1st, 8th, 15th July 22nd

counties in the state, attended Roper. Winter Garden secretary- been tentatively designated as a 29th and August 5th and 12th, between_ the hours of
their" five-day annual conventionand treasurer; Randall Chase, Sanford. stop on the Light Plane Tour on
leadership" conference" last chairman of the board and Murl J:. the July Fourth week-end, is expected 10:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. ,

week. President" Hal Davis of Pace, reelected general manager. to be the host to some 150 I
Quincy. presided. Suggestions for improving industry to 250 Florida airmen at lunch on Interviews will be appreciated.

During the session the FFA conditions were presentedby Sunday. July 4th, according to details -
members" elected approximately 80 Keene and discussed by the disclosed by the Taylor Coun- I i iI
candidates" : to state farmer" de- membership. I ty Chamber of Commerce.
grees. John Ford secretary of the
Florida Farm Bureau told of the
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main purposes as being" to aid th* - -

farmers to sell" more produce and
get better prices for what they The
cell. Everglades Special - Insley Dragline

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Sam B. Ryan Is r

Appointed Director

TALLAHASSEE The State y ax
Railroad and Public Utilities Commission -
has announced appointment f
of Sam B. Ryan former tele-
phone engineer for the Ohio Public
Utilities Commission as director"
of the agency's communications di-
vision. His salary will be $6.500 t

annually. "j a I Ii t
The" commission's general coun ; '

sel.' Lewis Petteway." reported the L
communications division also plansto [

seek budget commission authority -
to employ a telephopoensnnwr
and a clerk. It has' om,

field man at pre enforces telephone" and telejrrajraregulations : ; -
in Florida.
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Th. American Bankers Association
plans to inaugurate an ('th.
addressed : +
cation program primarily
to country Kinks to stimulate ,

financing Tree Farming. Th _
program: will follow the model pre
\'iou,1dt''t'lol'f'tl in soil conservation -

work.Prince. _

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Machine built to meet the requirements of th} <' KVKKGLADKS. This Insley machine,

with track shoes up to 48", will have a bearing- pressure of approximately 3.1 poundsper

Joan Crawford. Van square inch, evenly distributed.For .

Heflin. Raymond Detailed Specifications contact

Massey Brooks, Geraldine BLANCHARD MACHINERY, INC.

601 N. \V. 54th St., Miami, Fla. Phone 782577Page .

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I Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude :
to accident. !
Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to j
the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or I
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous !
driving! Accident records show that about one half of all 1III'

Mr. Pedestrian- fatal these.traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a** Ii:!

I t- WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to !!:
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" "'I

LIVE where lurk injury-and death. I;,

LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being I f

one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the i
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this
year. I
O You con be a safe driver if you wilL It's up to you.

WArr-ctos WITH uettT il!

The Everglades I News il'

.p,rd by Mw Auoc;.hcI 0.Xt i'
of FIo d.. fh.. Florid Prw Auo Paul Rardin, PublisherFriday. t ttt.tion.
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for a visit of several weeks witb. Miss Hough Bride i ITraining Program Permission Given To
relatives in New Orleans and Ba-
ton Rouge La. Of Dr. AltmyersMiss Attracts AttentionThe Reorganize FEC .

: Carol Joe Guthrie is attending

'I. 'I summer school at Central Elementary Imogene Hough former new Universal Military JACKSONVILLEEight carriers .

School inVest Palm Beach. Pahokee resident and daughter ol Training program now awaiting and the New York Trust

Joann Platt of Pahokee and Ada Miss Ona Humphries accom- Mrs. Louie Dempsey of Waldo and action by President Truman has Company have received permission
Tillman and Glori Satuart of Can- panied by Mrs. R. B. Mackey and Dr. Joseph N. Altmyers. son of been the source of much discussionin to enter the reorganization pro.
al Point attended the Girls 4-H children and :Mrs. C. W. Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Altmyers of this area. according to Captain ceedings of the bankrupt Flond

Club short course held recently at visited her father the past week in Daphne Ala., were married at th s Lively commander of the Glades East Coast Railroad.

Florida State University in Talla West Palm Beach where he is a Waldo Baptist Church on Thursday National Guard Company. Youngmen The ICC has granted permissionon
hassee. patient at Good Samaritan Hos June 10 at 4 p. m. The vows subject to the new draft provisions a petition by the Atlantic

Mrs. B. W. Wood left Wednesday pital.Mr. were read by Rev. Fred Smith as and their rarents are discussing Coast Line Railroad to take over
for a 10-day visit with her and Mrs. Robert B. Mackeyand the couple stood before the altar the probable effect on edu- ''I the FEC and reorganize it. The decision -
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and family had as guests the past which was lighted with tapers in cation and business efforts of the is still subject to approvalby
week his brother, J. T. Mackey. candelabra and decorated will
Mrs. Charles A. Baker in Gaines eligible draftees. Federal Judge Strum and could
and son. Buddy, of Leesburg, Ala. white gladioli and dahlias against Captain Lively has pointed out I appealed to a higher court.

ville.Mrs.. D. J. Dacus of Miami spent Miss Betty Wetherington isspending a bckground of palms. that any young man 17 years of The carriers were the ACL; Sea-

Sunday visiting her mother. Mrs. two weeks with her par- Nuptial music was rendered by age or older now has the alterna- board; Southern; Cincinnati. New
Willow Hinote, and her brothe- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wether- Mrs. Carolyn Wiggins. pianist and tive of electing to serve in the Orleans and Texas Pacifies; Ala-

in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. ington in Canal Point. Miss Weth Mrs. Fred Smith vocal soloist, National Guard meeting one nighta bama-Georgia Soutem: New Or-

A. Humphries, Sr.. at Port May- erington is in training at Georgia who sang "Because" and "I Love week for two hours plus a 15 leans & Northeastern; Georgia
aca. Mrs. Hinote accompanied her Baptist hospital in Atlanta She is You Truly". Mrs. Wiggins playe- days encampment in the summer Southern & Florida; and The St.
a graduate of Pahokee high the traditional wedding marches Johns River Terminal Company.
home Monday.Mr. rather than taking a year or more :.
and Mrs. Lorenzo Connell school. Given in marriage by her stepfather out of his business or education to They were admitted after a pe-
and children will make their home Paul Rardin has returned from Louie Dempsey, the bride Ettend a military training camp. tition for ACL was presented by
in Gainesville while Mr. Connell is Jacksonville where he attended a wore a white wool suit with whit This choice however will come to Edward W. Bourne of New York
convention of hte National Association accessories and carried a whit: bil! City.
attending the University of Flor- an end upon the signing of
- of County Officials. More prayer book centered with an by the President. Judge Strum denied a petition
da.Mr.. and Mrs. Wayne Fortenberry than 600 county officials from allover orchid and streamed with white It is strongly urged that those presneted by H. P. Adair for the
the United States were in at- satin. Chemical Bank A Trust Company
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. L. young men who wish to continue
O. Snyder left Tuesday for a two tendance. About 200 of the of- Miss Joan Altmyers sister of their education or business with- which was appointed trustee for
weeks' visit with relatives in Ark- ficials will arrive in Palm Beach the bridegroom was maid of hon- out interuption immediately con- first and refunding bondholdersafter

ansas and Tennessee. county Saturday noon to see what or. James F. Womeldruf was Dr. tact any member of the Guard for the Bankers Trust Company
this has that other sectionsdon't
Frank Chaney la spending the area Altmyers' best man. Ray GodWin information or see Sgt. Raishle; was removed.
summer in North Carolia.Mr. i have. They will be entertained and J. M. Harvey acted as ushers. at the National Guard Armory at ..

and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks' West at a Palm barbecue Beach.Saturday nightin Following the ceremony a reception Belle Glade for induction papers. Boy's State To ElectA

and son. Murray. left Sunday for was held at the home of - .
Durham N. c.. where they will attend -- the bnde's uncle and aunt Mr. an.i Governor
the marriage of their daughter Mrs Womeldurf. FIA Install OfficersAt
Miss Flora Weeks to E3- The American public is eatm "DO-Another ma-
Mary ; The bride is a graduate of Pa Jacksonville ORLA gubt
ward Lee Hamilton on Saturday. more cheese than ever before, according hokee High School and while attending toiral campaign got underwav this
June 26. They were accompaniedby to A&P Food Stores which school here she made he:' week as Boy's State candidates be-
JACKSONVILLE The induction
Miss Weeks who visited here reports that during 1947 the chain home with her uncle and aunt. Mr. gan an active, drive to elect a bov
of new officers with Robert
over the weekend.Mr. processed and distributed 34.000.- and Mrs. Lee Rawls. Before her Governor.
\1. Morgan of Miami replacingPaul
and Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr.. 000 pounds of cheese as compar marriage she was a student nurse R. Smoak. Jacksonville, as Leading the field apparently is
and Mrs. W. E. Pope left this week! with 25000,000 before the war. at the Alachua County Hospital. president closed the annual three- James Grant. Orlando. Orlando
school student winer of the
Gainesville. high
day meeting of the Florida Insti- I
-- Dr. Altmjer received a degree tute of Accountants Saturday at'' American Legion National Oratorical -
:n veterniary medicine at Alabama Ponte Verda. contest. This 17-vear-old lad
Institute Av- brought fame to his school his
Guoranteed Quality ot Prices Youl/Appreciate: Polytechnic Serving with Morgan will b>
his state
and in
burn and now a member of the community
Gordon P. Butch Jacksonvillefirst
staff at the State Hospital in Chat- competition with 250.000 young
vice president; Mark East-
will orators throughout the nation.
tahoochee where the couple
land. Tampa vicepreMdent -
His on the Constitutiw
reside. speech
; Wesley Fly. Orlando, third
showed a studious. analytical in-
-. vice president; Roy L. Purvis
i I ouiring mind and it is doubtful if
Gainesville secretary and John R
Stork Shower For Ring. Miami treasurer. any other student candidate can
match him in qualification for the
The executive committee: Smoak
Mrs. Mack Enfinger office.
and O. J. Osterhoudt. Jackson .
ville. Russell S. Bogue and JosephA.
Members of the American Legion Although the density of population -
Sweeny. Tampa; H. A. Cleve
Auxiliary Post 242. honored in the United States has increased -
land. Pensacola; Lee C. Shepard.SL .
Mrs. Mack Enfinger with a sur- Petersburg; Wilbur Divine. nearly 90 per cent since-

a = prise stork shower and party at asocial West Palm Beach, and the officers 1900. ours is still one of the less
meeting In the Canal Point densely populated countries of the

Legion home Monday night. The convention was sponsored world and will continue so for-

8 DAYSSTMTIN6 The refreshments table was ed by the Jacksonville chapter many years to come according to-
lighted! with white tapers in crystal with Blitch as president and reportedly statistics recently released by tbe-
HUM holders and beautifully decorated was the best attended in Metropolitan Life Insurance Com-

with pink hibiscus and fern. VIA annuals. pany.SPECIAL.
Mrs. Edith Cross presided at the

punch bowl. She was assisted with -

the serving of refreshments by
Mrs. Edwin Dannelly Mrs. Charles I

Maxson and Mrs. Lpster Hand. :

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Surprise Party For r i ii

H. C. (Heinie) Graham $7.95 !
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08 A group of friends honored H. C.

Heine Graham with a surpric i: PAUL'S SERVICE STATION H
party r and wiener roast on the
LIx lake levee at the Pahokee
watefront :- I'
Monday night. II I III
for Your Old 80tt.rv Those attending were Mr. and i -
Mrs. William McClemthan and

DURING TH/ Eon. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. Geo D.I - -

SAtE tJNI YON ., I Ram ) and daughter. Phoebe Ann.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker andson. .

A Bobbie Mr. and Alvin
Armstrong nd son. Gary of Mi-

WIZARD DELUXEAllANTlilJ ami. Mr. and Mrs Wiley: Til1i!';. Our Store Will Close
$12.15 Dr. and Mrs' L. W. Armstrong.Mr. '
(;/ 2 FUll WARS. and Mrs. Manning I. Keen.

Canand Old Battery Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder. :\I'.
For Most Popular .''and Mrs. Earl M Meredith an-I ,,1 June 27 :;
Get Wizard dependability and save the )'Mr and Mrs H. C. Graham.
difference! Original equipment-type, equal in performance ': 'I'I '
power and quality to much costlier "big I I '

name" batteries. Full capacity. Plenty of reserve tMCHETT T.\... .... TO \\ SO :! AND RE-OPEN ;.
power for quick starts and
extra accessories. .HOI'I- IN PMIOKKK "

SI,SO trafe-M during this sale also I on Cktr 13 45 I
1otI.lofc Wizard D.Lukc. guaranteed John T Pick tt. Sr who was July 20 :
27 months! For most copular' ears- and Old Battery tailored in China while *>mnin

the U S. Army Fngineenr.g I!,
Corps ilimrjr the war. wa.. guest !:
speaker at a meeting of the Mary I .I
Martha Circle First Mthodi I Il
\V SC; at the home of Mrs' Hugo; :'

I. M. LAIR *11'S OCp Roe Mrs.Monday. Kenneth night.Mock Introduced I't'OJtT1'1 by l Bolton Drug StoreI I,

PHONE tSSIFaiMluw. chairman. the speaker pave a talk
cn Uiasinnarir In China.

.,...... Mrs John E. Wilson was in Pahokee FTs.Page .
charge of the derotiorals. Mr*. I ,
Lester Hand. C'O-hosteM. usistvlr

Bo with the serving of rrfrrshmenta. -
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