The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Geiger Repair
Francis P. I WINTER PARK The doctors I

Fleming 74, son of former governor Land By PiecemealCounty I Hanna. busily digging into Flor- ,

New Rotary Head Francis P. Fleming died at ida's colorful history are agreed I Sought On Road 80

his home in Jacksonville last Commissioners meeting 'I that two heads are better than

.,. weekend.A Monday tentatively agreed with one. The doctors are A. J., pro-

With 14 years perfect :Rotary prominent attorney. Fleming. various drainage districts to work fessor of the history of the Amer- I At the request of Everglades

attendance behind him Victor L. served as general counsel for the out a plan whereby properties to>> icas endowed professorship at Rol- Commissioner Paul Rardin the

Geiger took over yesterday as Seaboard Air Line Railroad and be sold for taxes on Wednesdaywill lins College here and Kathryn biswnfe. County Commission Monday adopted -

president of the Pahokee IRotary Florida Publishing Company. "He not be parceled off piecemealor a resolution urging the State

club succeeding Orin Bacon who was also a director of the Barnett in a manner to make adjacent Among their works is "Lake Road Department to take Imme-

brought to a close his unique and National Bank.Recently sections less valuable.Representatives Okeechobee: Wellspring of LIe diate steps to widen and repair

.rather successful year as head of Fleming represented of the Lake Everglades" the ninth volume of State Rd. 80, the cross-state high

the club. Florida on the board of the American Worth Drainage district as well as the American lake series They way from West Palm Beach.

The new Rotary president is Overseas Aid-United National a"Miami attorney speaking for Pa- actually write books together now The resolution particularly called .

well and favorably known in tha Appeal for Children hokee. Pelican Lake and East one doing a chapter and the other. for resurfacing with slag of a

Lake Region where he has been His father the late Francis P. Beach districts urged the countyto Mrs Hanna has added two chapters four-mile stretch from Loxa-

head of the Geiger Lumber company Fleming. was governor of Florida maintain a good valuation 'n to her "Florida. Land of hatchee west to Twenty Mile Bend

' for 15 years. Through theyears from 1889 to 1893-_ Change" a revision of whica which Rardin and ViceChairmanLake
. the sale of the land. Commission
Mr. Geiger has been Active comes out this fall
: Lytal described as in "ter
Chairman C. Y. Byrd pointed out .
in civic work and always taken an Deer Seaon -
Uniform that the law makes no provision. rible condition and precarious n

:aetive part in all movements for except for setting a premimum Walter Minton Is driving." Emergency action was
Has Been Set Up I
the betterment of the community.At
(rice. as to the sale of land In Kirk's Chief DeputyDeputy urged to bring about quick repaint
yesterday's meeting Presi-, b'ocks! At the same time. Rardin proposed -
dent Geiger announced appoint- I TALLAHASSEE The stay
that the commissioners
Lake Worth Drainage District goon
-ment of his committees for th-3 game and fish commission outlinedthe Sheriff Walter F. Min
aides pointed out that the districthas record as asking the State float
coming year. The major committee -( rules for Florida hunters Ian ton. for more than 20 years engaged to
Dept increa..ethe
made an effort to classify taxdelinquent presentwidth
beads are as follows: Club service Saturday.For in law enforcement work *n
of the highway from 18 to
the first time the commission property in large blocks
Homer Clause; vocational Florida. today was appointed as
and that to sell it piecemeal mav 24 feet' by adding three feet ajd.tional -
service Dennis Caudill; Community authorized a uniform deer chief deputy of the Palm Bean:
24 cutoff rights-of-way to roads and ; on each aide from Park
- service Pete deMoya; International hunting season from Nov. Sheriff
. service Thurmond Knight. through Jan. 5, with the exceptionof other facilities Attorney T. M..I I I John County F. Kirk.Department by Ave.. West Palm Beach, to Twen

Mondays and Tuesdays TJC II Johnston of Miami representingthe :: Sheriff Kirk said that ty-Mile bend.
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first Jive days holidays and the Pahokee." Pelican Lake and Rardin told the board that thero
zation the
last day will be hunting days for East Beach districts said at least I reorgani-I I is a 100-foot right-of-way for Stat
been necessitated
Pahokee Lions Club all game regardless of what daysof one-half of the assessed valuation I activities of Rd. 80 and no property would haveto

InHegular MeetingJ. the week they fall on. should be obtained from the prop- I expanding himself be acquired to carry out. the
Heretofore Sheriff Kirk
The q/er season will be open during u I project. He said experiences hat
erty.Commissioner has tried to shoulder the
these dates in all of Florida'sfive John trine said directionof pror T that: a1 re-tread Job on the
W.Willis was elected treasurer an departments but under then
conservation: districts with tin he was Inclined to go along'Wit road would be more efficient and
of the Pahokee Lion Club at a w plan heads of various departments -
exception of the Second district, the drainage district to Treep the less costly than disturbing the
special election held the .
during have been designated.In
comprised of Gilchrist Alachua lands in blocks, and if sales might present road base.Students .
Tuesday luncheon meeting to fill addition to the selection of
Bradford Clay. Union and partsof interfere to hold it off the market ..
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the vacancy left by the resignation Minton as his chief deputy Sheriff -
Baker Columbia and Suwannee and if mandamus action is in-
of T. D. Stewart who is mov- Kirk said he had appointed E. M.
M ntiea.. stituted to go Into court. The
ing' with his family to Valdosta Hunters may kill only buck deer question was referred to County "Buck Culbreth as head of th! Register For

Ca- Leonard Dobrow reported the horns at least five inches criminal division; George Rifles to Summer
with Attorney Engineer J, M Boyd foe Music School
recommendation of the Dominating head the civil division and namedC.
iscu.ssion1th drainage district
committee. long.Hunting bag limits were set a* aides B. Bowen to the desk in th Registration of students in the

Richard L. Brooks Pahoke deer two turkeys 12 quail. 20 courthouse office Rines: has.. heretofore !
one The commission also took action summer music school will be held
High School agriculture instructor marsh hens. 12 cat squirrels and I been on the desk
I to dedicate to public ue lands ect in the Pahokee High School audi-
was received as a new member. three fox squirrels a day and tw.JI: I I Minton has been a deputy wit
aside the torium
by Everglades Drainage Monday, July 5. at 9 a. m.
Rev. Ralph A. Fuller new buck deer and four wild turkey. District the present sheriffs department
in Inasmuch
conservation is
as Monday holiday
areas as a
pastor of the Canal Point Metho- for the whole season. since the first election of Sheriff
part of the overall flood program.Legion I those who are out of town and unable -
dist Church and Elmo Scoggins Other regulations include: Kirk. Previously: he had been 3

new pastor of the Canal Point Turkey-Nov. through Feb 1 .. deputy in Putnam County and f-' to register on Monday. mad
register on Tuesday! according to
Baptist Church were introduces in all districts except that part ;)f I everal years a special agent with
Robert O.
as guests Second district closed to deer hunt- Receives Four the FF.( Pailrnad.Reception Lampo. music director

On the program Rev. A. J. Lively :- ing. Hunting restricted to gobblers New MembersFour t I . who The is music in charge school of the school

led the Lions in the group only in First. Second and Fourth sponsored by
1 the State, will continue for six
singing of club songs. districts To Honor
new members joined American weeks. Practice of
and No21 group playing
I I Quail Squirrel Legion Poet 242 at a meetins I New Baptist Pastor "f instruments will take
place at
through Feb. 1 in all but Third
I, in the Canal Point Legion Horn! the
morning sessions from 9am.
distnct i Third district season' from i
Gandy Bridge Drive Monday night. They were Robert In 12
noon and individual
A instruction
Nov 24 through Feb. 20. with reception honoring Rev Sco- -

To Be Beautified every day open Weeks Richard Bordeaux. Mac gins. the new pastor of the Canal in instrument playing will b,
Fnftnger and
:: Cecil Hall
Marsh Hen Every day frOM I Point Baptist; Church and Mrs :field in the afternoon from 1 to 1
John T. Pickett.' Sri member of
CLEARWATER Development Nov. 24 through Feb. 1 except in Pahoke Post QO. explained thproposed <.. 'corsrins will be held at the church I p. m. The school is free to childrenand

of the approaches to Candy Du\al. Nassau and St Johns counties Sunday following, the evening worship I adults who are Interested in
of Glades
set-up a Legion; I MusicState.
Bridge, similar to the project Just: where season will be eerv day overall) planning: committee to coordinate service.

completed on Courtney Campb-ll! between Sept 15 through No*. 20 the actives of the va--- Mrs G, Lawton Sums will be in I --- --.-----

Parkway. Is planned by the State" The federal gO'.f'rnmf'ntil1 *e: ious Legion port in the wrote charge of arrangement She will I

Road Department. the rules en hunting duck gees part of Palm Beach County. Members be assisted by Mr*. Henry Brook- :Markets have

Concrete shelters for picn-!: end other migratory birds. of Post 242 voted to proIU president, Mrs. C B. I
parties outdoors are proposed anda - with the Pahokee. Belle Glade and Jones Mr*'. }I. F. George and Mrs II I Record Season
C R. Wetbenngton. Sr
state-sponsored public recreationarea !South
Bay posts in the organization .
will be installed it Union JACK ? =
was announced Carpenters of the committee Two representatives OW1LLK
recently by Courtney 1NHIRiT \T ciur\ Elect OfficersAt of the POt! :242 win (
Campbell. Florida industrialist and be named by Commander Lr -lLerc" LAKELAND= The Florid to bA made by State Farmer

member of the State Road Board. to serve on this committe Citrus Commission in cooperation Markets as final reports of -L"rofl.

The planned development Includes a recent meeting of the AF It was announced that the re- with the C & K I Railroad wrt* operations com in. *

both the HilJsbnrough and I rf L Carpenters; Local ..2 in the modelirE of the interior of th" prnsor a Florida exhibit at the State Market Director William

Pmel'as! sections' of the Candy.1 I I Carperters. Hall! in PahoVee the Canal Point Legion Home hasbeen !t Chi'aeo Ra rlrs.ad Fair. The exhib.: L. \ilnn announced that th,

Bridge ciuJHwavsRegarding I following new officer were elected completed and the buildirs J4 : will feature an old Southern rolorial : Pompano. market compl,." they

the department's I for the coming year: A. E. now available for rental for pubhrsocial !. mansion set in a picture*qu H4.-4" eaw.n with a gross revenue

plans for Gar-vU Bridge. .\ tlePMionod I i Earlj president: : O K. Carr. vice !' affairs. finds garden A replica of Bok of <.*27.45S for more than

a new recreation' area, I president: FI M I redlth. finance 1 Tower and a sandy beach" will"Tpl'te three and a half million package

available to the thousands winter secretarv Peter Percy. recording -tea the picture Florida of produce.

visttora living in St. Petersburg secretary. J R. Cuerry. O K. Carr RFDtCK r\RD QfOT\ queens from Cypress Gardens and Beans lad in volume and sal-.,-

*. well as year' round residents and N D. Evans. trustees: J, CBJantc otter attractions will art as !UM:> with bell peppers running m-rood

While the departmnet' des no* >n. warden Spate: rooni'r. ST At'GCSTINEAuthorized= C5s-s> and a Florida juice bar w.11b The \\.auhu market handle!

have the width! of approach t3 conductor strength of the Florida National operated in connection with the 115.416 packages valued at Vt9.

work with that It had on the Guard for l 4-49 has been reduced exhibit M4 in the fall deal and 237001
. .
Courtney Campbell Parkway. there from 9600 to 5217. including )I packages at 11007.331 for the

Is. plenty of space available to cor- Miss Reba McCIeod of Nocatte both ground and air troops.' Dr. and 'frs. R. R. Long win spring season. It WM an Increase

vert into picnic grounds wherevisitors I'' Is the rut of her uncle and aunt. Brig Gen. Mark L. Lance. State spend the holiday weekend In Fort of mere than 50 per cent over' *

('afttift.. fish and picnic.Campbell '' Yr. and :Mrs R. F. Hurt. in Paho Adjutant General, announced last Pierre the guests of Dr and Mrs.W year ago sad set an aO time recoil

points oct kee. week. B. Browu. fo- the marllrt.4tiYo.


Page Two t" The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. July 2. 194S
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS i I-G-M Ameche Technicolor.On and Betty. Grable. d''Larson New President ;,New Product To Ease

top of this. 53 movie shorts j National Association Grapefruit MarketTAMPA
Serving the Lake Olseechobee Farming Region
filmed and week
were hardly a
Established 1924 Published Every Friday passed that scenes of Beautiful I TALLAHASSEE J. Edwin Development of a
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Cypress Gardens were not flash- Larson of Tallahassee. Florida new product designed to relieve
ed on the screens of the nation's state treasurer and insurance com-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn congestion on the grapefruit
theatres. Radio folks not to be missioner, was elected president of
Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Hatter outdone, got in on the act and the National Association of In- market which has caused a dis-
television scenes were filmed surance Commissioner recently at astrous letdown in sales of fresh
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher which were used on Henry Walsh'-* Philadelphia. It is the second tim and processed grapefruit duringthe

Organized wealth was never more powerful. Entrenched, World Television News over the state has been so honored the last two seasons has been an-
WNBT. New York. Ted Malone devoted Honorable C. Luning. state
greedy restraining labor from cmfwyp cmfwyp mfwyp mfm nounced by J. Adams Bruce president -
an entire fifteen minute national treasurer having served as president
greedy men are in the saddle. They are restraining labor hoopup program to Dick in 192S. of Bruce's Juices Inc. Tampa.

from exercising its common rights.-Philip Murray, pres- Pope and Cypress Gardens. The association is an organization This product is blended Cuban

ident, CIO. Then recently Hollywood Invaded of insurance commissioners pineapple and Florida grapefruit
0s0 Cypress Gardens in force and superintendents of the 43 juice, said Mr. Bruce who is a
The nation faces a possible depression because we are sending more than 100 actors states and the District of Colum- member of the Canners Advisory

trying to do too many things at one time until we are be- technicians and stand-ins for the bia. Participating actively,also are Committee of hte Florida Citrus
yond the capacity the nation.-Sen. Robert A. Taft (R) filming of a full length feature Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Canada Commission and
picture. "On an Island With You." Purpose of the organization is tt> vice-president
of Ohio. 000 * tarring Esther Williams. promote uniformity in legislation 1' of the Canners League of Florida.Mr. .
And last week Winter Haven affecting insurance, to disseminate Bruce said the new blend is
The Communist fraternity sooner or later produces but came into its own thanks to Dick information and to devise ways a step toward sloving the market
one kind of fraternity the kind Jonah enjoyed when he Pope for the World Premiere was and means of fully protecting the ing difficulties in grapefruit juice
was swallowed by the whale.-Sen. Arthur H. VandenbergR staged there and in honor of the interests of policy holders. which he charged, has suffered

( ) of Michigan. event the Winter Haven Daily greatly from ruinous price cuttingand
0000 fews-Chief issued a Dick Pope appreciation unwise attempts to merchan-
The United States is gradually shifting from a capitalistic edition in the form :>f Florida stands third in the na- dise unsweetened and inferior
community to a laboristic one-that is, to a community in a 52-page tabloid that traced this tion in the number of blind per- juices. Mr. Bruce is chairman of
sons placed in gainful occupation the Quality Control Committee of
rather than business men are the strongest history of Cypress Gardens from
which employes economist and its beginning up to the date o* during the first three quarters o? the Canners League of Florida
H. SlichMr
single influence.-Sumner this World Premiere and givinj the 1947-48 fiscal year thanks to which currently is successfully
author. genial Dick Pope the credit for the effective work of the Florida' establishing higher standards for
0s0 his amazing achievement.No I Council for the Blind. Florida canned citrus products.
There are already two world agencies: The UN and the tribute was ever more deserved I
Communist Party. What we want is a third one that will or justly earned. Modest, -
take the action the world's free men want.-Rep. Walter unassuming. Dick Pope took it all

Judd (R) of Minnesota. in his stride. He has never asked
. . ") for publicity or credit. He simplydid Rom where I sit ... Ay Joe Marsh

You can no more separate politics from government than a big job so much better thanit
of Defense had ever been done before that.
can separate sex from creation.-Secretal
you like the man who made the better
James Forresta1.Our .
0s0 mousetrap, the world flocked to

basic weapon in the war of words must be facts- his Hardboiled door. newspaper and magazine Pampered Farmers

hard, cold, memorable! facts. But we must never forget that editors movie producers

humor can often penetrate where a million highprincipledwords radio executives don't go overboard -.
may not -SenI: Alexander Wiley (R) Wisconsin.. for Cypress Gardens just. because I If the folks in oar town were ploughing or harvesting depending
00000 they like Dick Pope or less tolerant they'd be really on the season until sundown. Im
Winter Haven or Florida. They dot burned up over that nationally circulated the evening he finally relaxes with
How Did He?
because Cypress Gardens provides article on"pampered farmthe missus over a moderate glass
The farmer was trying unsuccessfully to get two mules just what they want and as ers." describing them as living off .f beer.
into a certain section of his field when the parson came by. long as it does they will continue the fat of the land. And the farmer today's not onlytemper
"You're just the man I want to see" exclaimed the farmer. to feature it in rotogravure '
From where I sit the farmer is ***in his habits, like Bert'sanything
"I want to know how Noah ever got these things into sections magazines on but "pampered. If he's evening glass of beer..but tolerant -
the Ark?"-Successful Farming.u0 the screen and over the radio. better off today than twenty years in his opinions. So hell probably -

ago it's because he's worked hard say of that article"somebody
Tables TurnedIt Because packaging has played to improve the quality and quangot the facts wrong," and just

was lunch hour at the plant, and Pat's two buddies so important a part in the developmen >>- tity of his production. let it go at that.

decided to play little joke on him during his absence. They of modern mass distribution Take Bert Childers.for example.
drew the features of a donkey upon the back of his coat. the industry that makes packagesof Bert is up at four in the Morning a., t'J1la... .
In due time Pat returned and presently hove in sight bear- all kinds has become one of ULJcountry's to get the milking finished-and ov. ;;, I
first ten in sales revenue -
ing the lime-decorated coat.
American Can Company
"What's the trouble Pat?" asked one causually. estimates Copyright. 1948. L'nited State Brewers Foundation
"Nothing much replied Pat, equally indifferent, "onlyI'd
like to know which one of yez wiped your face on me ---- - -- -- -- --- ---- - --
coat."-Cash Year! ft .

cumstances a chap who might

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY make; success of developingsuch

an attraction would have little

or no knowledge as to how to publicize Hold on a little longer .

it. Not so Dick Pope.

(By Russell Kay) As a publicist. Pope was rightat )
I home. He got busy and beganto ,
It is doubtful if any man was grace the gardens with charming .
r L LShe'll
laughed at, kidded and discountedby girls. local high school kids for r
the most part. Young fresh gracious -
hi3 own community to the ex-
beautiful talented girls they
tent Dick Pope was in the early A
I were. master showman. Popetrained
days when he was knee-deep Ic i these girls carefully for
the swamp and working like a the important part they were to ,
beaver to make the dream of play in Cypress Gardens. Answer
"Beautiful Cypress Gardens" come Then began an orgie of picture .
true a dream that no one but himself taking the like of which Florida
could visualize. had never seen. To get the part-
"Crazy Dick." they'd say "he'sas ular picture he wanted Pope would
coo-coo as a clock." But Dick go to any length; he posed his< \ J yt
Just grinned and continued his girls in every conceivable setting
work. "Swami of the Swamp" each picture was a masterpiece
they called him; "Meistro of Then be began sending them to
the Marshes- they hooted tt picture editors of newspapers! and --: >
Isn't an easy task even for a magazines. They snapped them up] .
guy with the know-how to clear a and yelled for more.
dismal cypress swamp yet in no Cypress Gardens girls began to ,
way marring its natural beauty. appear on the covers of national A telephone ring i is exciting! You never 1

and then transform it into an magazines on the front pages of know vhat' Baiting at the other end. That why !t
amazingly beautiful tropical falrl- the nation's leading newspaper +
land where the visitor can tour the and in the rotogravure sections it's important to anittrr rails promptly. r

area through a network of'clever Movie folks became interested It's alto important *hen you re doing: the
ly constructed by-paths. They began making shorts of Cv-
Working tirelessly and with an press Gardens events. Dick saw to calling:,to allow a minute for your party toreach ;. f I 1 t

enthusiasm unmatched Pope kept in that there were plenty of events the telephone. It's two-way
doggedly at his Job. Days weeks He staged'! elaborate water shows J
months years passed and gradually ski contests. !, motor boat races an:i telephone consideration that mean better
the dream materialized. Sleepy thrilling speed'! boat stunts. service all aroun.l.i .
off-the-route Winter Haven suddenly More and more national attention .
awoke to find that something was directed to Winter Haven
had happened to it. Something and Cypress Gardens. Dick Pope's ilrp.
big and unusual and import- Cypress Gardens Aqua-Maids became pwrtg rmll+d flab I. a.. r *r. ..

ant. as famous as Follies or
A national attraction had been Powers girls. Then came the day
developed on It* doorstep. But the when Hollywood recognized Florida -
making of the gardens was only and sent a crew to make i sequences SOUTHERN BEll TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
the first step. Toe world had to be for a feature picture! .+tosrwwrty
told about it. Under ordinary cir "Moon Over Miami" with Dot

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''I That's right! When you must walk on'the highways in rural ;I I II

or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road ;
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There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person !
I 'I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- ;
i !i fiG 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking

the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every I
daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and
I dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing !
I Mr. Motorist- in the road. ;
I ; Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways ;
; : MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable I
: hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his vic- j
tims increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- !
, NAe1T run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by
these car cowards. ;

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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I Salvation Army cd: the centerpiece for the bride's Record Game Fish its 15-thread classification.In .
table which was lighted with white Cinematic
making the catch which took
Camp Open July 19 tapers in crystal holders. Malcolm Millar Caught On Lite LineST. 14 minutes. Harris used crab for

Mrs. Pope Sears sang "Oh bait a 12-ounce rod tip and a
The Salvation Army Annual Promise Me" accompanied at the AUGUSTINE-Florida may Pflueger Ohio reel. The catch was
Summer Camp for children between piano by Miss Patsy Maxson. Miss There has never been a gan now add another world record tots made during the recent International -
the ages of 9 and 14, will Margaret Anderson gave a read- war like this one with Abbott and list of largest marine game fisn Black Drum Rodeo whic.l
open at Lake Osborne Boy Scout Ing. Piano music was played during Costello caught right in the mid- ever caught in its water with a is sponsored annually by the local
facility on Monday. July 19. according the evening by Mrs. H. C. dle and trading a laugh for evenliLullett black drum landed by J. Carver Chamber of Commerce.The .
to Major Charles Johnson Graham and Miss Maxson. Prize . And the bullets and Harris of the Nation's Oldest Cityon world all-tackle record is
Palm Beach County Commander. awards in the contest "The Wed- laughs come thick and fast . . 35-pound test Norwich nylo.i held by Jack Inman. who landed a
Superintendents of the Camp I ding of the Flowers" were presented For when the gangsters start gun- line. 90-pounder at Surf
City. N. J. in
will be Lieutenant and Mrs. Paul! to Mrs. W. L. Boatwrightand lin* . and the boys start runnin. Confirmation of the record has 192:>>. St. Augustine also lays claim
Jones South County Commanden' Mrs. Jeff Curlee. Mrs. James With a fistful of dough and a skin been received here from the International I to the largest black drum caughtby
of The Salvation Army together Latham won the door prize. full of trouble you're going to Game Fish Association any method. It weighed a mere
With a competent staff of supervisors The bride-elect was assisted have to loosen the girls to avoid which has listed the catch under 146pounds.
,, volunteer counselors and, with the opening and display of disaster from laughing.And .
cabin leaders. the many beautiful gifts by Miss so. folks that's the offering
The first encampment will be Betty Wetherington and Mrs. . The Noose Hangs High", :
for boys and the second for girls. Spooner. Mrs. Dannelly was in which is to be screened at the I
Applicants for the Camp are being charge of the bride's book. Prince Theatre this SundayMonday -
referred by Welfare Worker, The hostesses were assisted by with Bud Abbott and Lou 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADKS
committees of Civic Club* Miss Wetherington and Miss Costello as the principal stars and
Churches and other organizations Phoebe Ann Ramey with the serv- oseph Calleia. Leon Errol Cathy
throughout the County with registration -' ing of refreshments. Approximately Downs and many other well
under the general supervision 60 guests were present. known featured players getting in
of Mrs. Helen Potter. Social! some excellent licks in this new 4 Buses To Miami
Service Director of The Salvation -- high in hilarity!
To West Palm Beach
Army. Higher Rail Rates Never in their film career have
Donald Weeks has been appointed the boys brought forth a funnier Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland
chairman of a committee from Are Being Fought show than "The Noose Hang
the Belle Glade Lions Club to i assist High." and if it laughter you're
with the enrollment and other TALLAHASSEE The State looking for rm sure you're goingto
arrangements for Camp and Can Commission was told last week get it by the wagon load when
Motor Lines Ine.ta
West of the Pabokee Lions' ClubIs that granting of requested rail you laugh your way through this .
in charge of the same activity freight rate increases would im- one
for the Pahokee-Canal Point area. pose heavy burdens on Florida See you at the movies-Mal. SERVING THE GLADES"

I agricultural and limerock indust- A .
ries that have already suffered
Miss Latham Honored economic distress. Shippers anJ Dr. and Mrs. Emil J. Grahamare

With Bride's ShowerThe buyers of fertilizer pulpwood. visiting relatives in Baltimorethis
road materials
limerock. building week. While '
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and other items of -
freight regist- -- -
Pahokee Woman's Club their children are the guests of
ered their to railroad
building was the scene protests ap- Mrs. Graham's parents. Mr. and I
night of a bride's shower Monday honorIng ments plications inside to the bring state rates for to those ship- Mrs. Casper Williams in Home
up !
Homestead. Shrubs and Trees I II
Miss Nell Latham of Canal 'I' allowed for Interstate traffic. i
Point who will become the bride John O'Rouke of Orlando sec
of Audie F. Hooks at the Canal retary-manager of the Growers I ,
Point Baptist Church on Friday and Shippers League and Manager I ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL !
July 2. at 5:30 p. m. Hostesses Thomas E. Grady of th; Classified AdsFOR I
were Mrs. Edwin C. Dannelly. Mrs. Creator Miami Traffic Association j Authorized Sales and Service I
Ceo. B. Ramey. Mrs. Olaf Doe and\ put in a joint protest to any
Mrs. Melvin Spooner.The increase in fertilizer shipping SALE: New and used Willys : 1 JACOBSEN POWER AND i
clubhouse was decorated for rates. L. B. Thrasher of Ocala Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in :
the affair with roses bougainvillea engineer-director of the Florida Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllca : HAND LAWN MOWERS iI i

tuberoses and fern againsta Limerock Association said sales o. SEPTIC tacks'and grease traps I
background of palms. A beauti- limerock have fallen off 50 recent cleaned and repaired. phone
ful arrangement of double pink partly because of increased 3872. Bob Douthit. Pabokee. MITe ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I
hibiscus roses and tuberoses form- freight rates.
An official of the Florida Eas NOTICE: Anyone to whom I. L. Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons I .

Coast Railway said his line paid Burton of Canal 'Point was in- I 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach !
1000.000 more for fuel last yea debted should get in'touch witn
OFFICE HOURSFROM tharr the year before. He also said the undersigned: Mrs. W. C. De- - ----1
the FEC had a deficit of 4000.000 Loach Canal Point, Fla. Jll -- -
in 1947. compared with a profit of
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FOR SALE: 1947 Ford Ferguson -
JUNE 1 THRU SEPT 3* $109.000 in 1946. Tractor. 5 foot disc. Fertilize 4. 4 4 4MM) >.343 4 ).x..2M.+4M (
MORNINGS ONLY and seeder Lift and trailer. D. B. *!w

CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND Mrs. Paul Rardin returned to Plow. Call M. R. Rhoades phone! Office Machine Headquarters 2;
her home in Canal Point yester- 2611. Stp
SUNDAY A. Underwood Typewriters
day after spending several week
RECENT EMERGENCIES with her parents. Dr. and Mrs COCKER SPANIEL" puppies for J.. Sundstrand Adding Machine .:.
sale. Blacks and Red and whites :
ACCEPTED! W. O. Strickland in GlennvilK Ga. Calculating Machines ,
Best bloodlines. Priced below .
She was accompanied by her A. B- Dick Mimeographs ,
DR. sad IIBS.C. neighboring markets. E. F. Cush ec
brother Walter Strickland and Elliott Addresso Graphs T
E. CREEL Miss Peggy Stanfield who WIll man. Pahokee. June 18, 25p .:. F & E Check Writers .f

visit the Rardins for a few days. WANTED: Dragline operator W. INC.d
J. Adams 654 Bacom Point Road. :
Phone 638. Pahokee. It:>> .f Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach
FOR block SALE: Six room concret! <..:..:.<. :..:..:. < .
structure a few blocksfrom
Much-better washers! the bridge in Belle Glade oilPahokeeBelle

Glade road. Large
corner lot Owner leaving and sacrificing -

Much-I owe prices! kee.Call Dan at Carpenter$10,000., Easy 2571, term Paho Jll e Milk Means GrowthWithout

: tractor
$5OO also one F-12 tractor $400 certain elements in his I

COME SEE these MW and different kee W. J.Fla.SALESMAN Ada. .*. Phone 638. Paho- diet, baby would lack bounce and

6HMX Washers! They've Just armed in WANTED: Asbestos energy. The urge to grow and de- I

our store! Many new features never seen before Siding and roofing contact man. velop would be retarded. t
... they can even put in their own soap! Florida Remodeling and Construction -
Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade
Phone 364. TF Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the

COME SAVE as much as 420 FOR SALE: 6-room house, locate safest milk for your baby.
at 511 E. Main SU Pahokee.Fla. .
The world's favorite automatic washer for as Bids to be submitted in writing Homogenized lliIkth the all-
much as $120 less than other automatics .
just not later than midnight. July
a little more than: ordinary hard-work washers! 5. 1948 to the Southern Bell Telephone important Vitamin D added is

and Telegraph Co.. atten- the choice of many mothers for
BfNDIX WASHERS PRICED AS LOW AS 199.95 tion Mr. Dorman Ewers..e*:
Palm Beach. Fla." Building ant baby feeding. Be safe when you
Debris must he removed from
FIRST tlltE FIRST SERVE 9ATBOE'S lot by July 25. 194S. For further: buy milk-look for the lfar em-

details call C. F. Jackson, manager -
I T-. 'phone 902S. Belle Glad. blem.
Fla. 2t.:

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_ Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. July 2. 1948

Miss Weeks Is Bride I Weeks Dodson CHURCH OF CHRIST Miss Weeks Honored WARREN VISITS BEACH

Of E. L. HamiltonMiss I I Miss Frances Elizabeth Dodson "GOD" ia the subject of the With Wiener Roast Democratic JACKSONVILLE nominee for BEACH Governor-

of Knoxville, TeniL, and James Lesson-Sermon which win be readin
Flora Mary Week daughter Kelvin Weeks of Canal Point were Churches of Christ Scientist Miss Flora Mary 'Weeks was Fuller Warren came out of hiding

of Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. married Saturday June 26. at the throughout the world on Sunday honored on her recent visit hen last weekend to crown Miss Rosemary -

Weeks of Pahokee. became the home of Rev. and )(n. Don Pin- July 4.The. at a party and wiener roast held Carpenter, of Miami "MissFlorida"
and will
bride of Edward Lee Hamilton son eon in Knoxville Tenn. The brideis Golden Text is: ""I am the at the home of Mr. and )(rs. H. the young lady
this state Atlantic
represent at the -
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hamilton the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lord thy God which have broughtthee J. Anderson with Miss Margaret
City winner of the
of Springfield Mass, at a candlelight W. W. Dodson of Knoxville and out of the land of Egypt, out Anderson and Miss Betty Lou Florida Jayacee pageant state as contest

ceremony held In York the groom is the son of Mr. and of the house of bondage. Thou Picket acting as hostesses. Miss Warren told reporters he pIaDaa
Chapel on Duke University campus Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Canal Point. halt have no other gods before Weeks
was presented with toastmaster
a -
. county by county tour of the
Saturday June 26, at 2 p. m. me" (Exodus 20:2. 3). as a wedding gift.
state to express his appreciation of
The vows were read by Monsignor Mrs. Howes HostessTo Among the citations which com-
Others attending were Miss the vote he received.
William O'Brien aa the couple prise the Lesson-Sermon is the
Nell Latham Mrs Lucille Herron. -
stood before the altar which was Circle MondayMrs. following from the Bible: "Fear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul TiHery, Donald Joyce Gibbs of Indiantown is
decorated with white gladioli witha thou not; for I am with thee: be
Arch Blakey gave an in- Padgett, Lester Hatton, Jimmy a guest this week of Ouida Dixonof
bank of palms in the background
not dismayed; for I am thy God: -
troduction to the mission study Shirley and Audie Hooks. Pahokee.
and lighted with white tapers in I will strengthen thee; yea I will
Thousand Years. at a
text. "Ten
two large candelabra. help thee; yea. I will uphold thee
Miss Margaret Petrea vocal soloist meeting of the Simonson-Lair with the right hand of my right- I

sang Through the Tears" Circle First Methodist WSCS. ata eousness" (Isaiah 41:10).
meeting at the home of Mrs C.
andwhere'er You Walk. accom-
The Lesson-Sermon also Includes ,
panied by Beverly Howerton. pianist T. Howes Monday afternoon. It the following passage from the ; Notice To Growers And Stockmen! I

who also played the traditional was announced that this text will Christian Science textbook. "Sci-
be used in the summer mission ,
wedding marches.The I ence and Health with Key to ta! 1
bride given in marriage by I study course for the Pahokee Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy: The FARMERS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION f-

her father wore a street-length WSCS. "Principle and its idea is and '
one. and The National Farm Loan !
dress of white lace over ice blue I :Miss Margaret Anderson who Association.
this one is God. omnipotent omniscient -
taffeta and carried a white praye recently received a bachelor of and omnipresent Being : II i will have representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade I

book with satin streamers whicn arts degree at Scarritt College and His reflection is man and tae ; 11 I for the purpose of interviewing farmers and taking I
was topped with a corsage of Memphis, Tenn.. gave a talk on
universe. 'Omni' is adopted from ; II applications for their financial requirements. I
white rosebuds. her work at college and also toll '
the Latin adjective signifying 'all J
Miss Ann Brabham maid of of her duties as director of youth
honor wore a pink lace dress ofetreetIength work at the First Methodist Hence God combines all-power or 1,1'' Pahokee: at M. P. Holman, Inc. Fertilizer House, on ?i
potency all-science or true knowledge -
and carried an old- Church in Lakeland. all-presence" (465.17-4 : Fridays, July 2nd 9th 16th 23rd, 30th and August I

fashioned bouquet of mixed flow- The circle voted to continue Principle). 1 I 6th and 13th between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and
ers. James Hamilton was his the
regular meetings through - :
brother's best man. summer. Appointed on the church FLORIDA OPEN GOLF I I 3:00 p. m.
Mrs Weeks the bride's mother floral committe for July were Mrs. i
wore a rose crepe dress and a Ronald Watson and Mrs. Frank I ;: Belle Glade: at the office of Van Landingham Brothers i

corsage of American beauty roses Friend, July 4; Mrs. R. J. Simonson WEST PALM BEACH The on Thursdays July 1st, 8th, 15th, July 22nd 1, i I''
Mrs. Hamilton the bridegroom'smother
and Mrs. W. H. H
Lair. July
wore an aquamarine crepe ; I Florida Open Golf Tournamentwill 29th and August 5th and 12th, between the hours of :
Mrs T. H. Abbey July 18; Mrs. be held here July 9-11 with a
dress and a corsage of pink roses. R. J. Schroder and Mrs. E. M. ,prize list exceeding 1500. 10:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. I
from Pabo- i
The bride graduated
Meredith. July 25. I Clyde Usma. Jr.. host pro at the i
kee High School in 1944 and from Mrs. Cora Phillips and Mrs. M. West Palm Beach Country Club, Interviews will be appreciated.
Duke School of Nursing
University D. Ammons co-hostesses, assisted I said the 72-hole play event
in 1947. She is now a memberof (Aug.-8-col.)
Mrs. Howes in the serving of I promises to be one of the best in
the nursing staff at Duke University -
refreshments. the history of the tourney.
Hospital. I I

),fr. Hamilton graduated. from
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Technical High School. Springfie'd. ___ __ _____ __ __ __ __u____ _ __ __ __
Mass, in 1943 and attended Collegeof
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the Holy Cross. Worchester.

Mass, He served for 18 months in

the Navy during the War and is Everglades Special--The Insley Dragline

now a Junior student at the Duke

University School of Medicine.

Following the ceremony Mr. and

Mr, *. Hamilton left for a wedding
trip to the mountains North

Carolina after which they will

make their home in Durham until

he finishes medical school.WALDSCHLAGERS .




Waldschlager. son of Mr.

and :Mrs Harry L. Waldschlagerof

Pahokee. who is employed asa

ship purser on an excursion r
liner, arrived in New Orleans Tues-

day from a cruise to various South

American ports and is expectedto

arrive home this weekend fora
When he arrives he will takeover

his father' business while :MrWaMochlager .

spends a month's
vacation with relatives in Hanmal. -

1' Mohile in Missouri MrWaldsxhlaper x 1,
plans to attend a

reunion of the class of 1910 of the

Frankford High School which hag

six graduates all of which are

living, This will be the first reunion

of the class since graduation

38 years agoPrince.

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I <,I Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential pre-
lade to accident.

Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to
. the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
, driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a*
Mr. Pedestrian these.

WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to II
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets"
LIVE where lurk injury-and death. I,

LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being ,r I
one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the I
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this

Yon out be a safe Driver if you wilL It's up to you. .
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North' Carolina for an extended who will spend her vacation there.
Statewide Service By 1 Sorority OrganizedBy
vacation.Mr. Mrs. Howell plans also to visit her

and Mrs. W. R. Dixon hadas daughter in Cherry Point before Air To 26 CitiesWASHINGTON Local ChapterA

guests the past week her uncle returning home.P. .

'I 'I M. D. Dean of Sachamento, Calif, M. Cate, Jr., returned this The Civil local chapter of Beta Sigma

also her brother-in-law and siste% week from Asheville, N. C. Mrs. Aeronautics Board held hearings Phi Sorority was organized at the

Murray Weeks returned Mon- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holt, and children Cate and children will remain with! Pahokee Woman's Club building
last week
on a proposal by Florida
day from Durham N. C.. where he of Miami. her parents in Asheville throughthe Friday night and approximately
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Firth and Airways. Inc.. to provide statewid;
attended the wedding of his sister summer. 30 members were initiated.
Miss Flora Mary Weeks and Ed- children, David and Bobby returned I Bobby Carlton is spending the service to 26 cities in Florida. Tie The follwing chapter officers

ward Lee Hamilton at the Duke Wednesday to Lakeland aftera summer with his grandmother, decision will be announced later. were elected: Mrs. E. J. Grabau,

University chapel there on Sat- visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mrs. R. F. Carlton in Arcadia.Mr. ,The airline now covers 470 miles in president; Mrs. Manning I. Keen,

urday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. They were accompanied and Mrs. James Porter Hal- I the triangular area including Tallahassee vice president; Mrs. Glenn Abhng.

Inman W. Weeks, remained in borne by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson brook and children have returned i. Jacksonville and Orlando secretary; Mrs. 1V.: Cunning-

and daughter. Miss Margaret An- to their home in Belzoni Misa., in North Central Florida. bam treasurer; Mrs. O. R. Bleec.,

NOTICE derson. Mrs. Anderson will remain after a visit with her mother, Mrs. I A board examiner recently rec- director and Mrs. John A. Dulany,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in Lakeland for a visit while Mr. Frank Friend and Mr. Friend, in ommended addition of another 320 sponsor.;

pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter Anderson takes :Margaret on t> Pahokee. miles south from Orlando to Laki: Mrs. William Alexander field
18296. Laws at Florid*. Act of 1937
known M the MURPHY ACT the following Lake City where she will assume Miss Mayo Watson has gone to Wales-Winter Haven; west from director of the sorority, was Jn

described' land in Palm Beach her new duties as director of you/h Oakridge Tenn., to accept a position the latter cities to Tampa and St. charge of the organization pro-
County Florida will be offered for
Ale at public outcry for the behand. work at the Lake City First Meto- in that city. Petersburg, and east and south to cedure. She was assisted by mem-

beet cash bid subject to the right pdist Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach and bers of the Belle Glade chapter
of the Trustees Of the Internal Improvement Mf. and Mrs. Robert O. Lamp from Miami.
Fund to reject any and all children have returned a including Mrs. E. M. Lively Mrs.
bids at the Courthouse beginning at' and children have returned from a visit with his brother-in-law and National Airlines and Eastern Charles Lantz, Mrs. B. A. Raemor

10-OO: O'Clock A. ... on the 6th day of visit with her parents. Mr. and sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hand in Airlines opposed the plan, claiming' and Miss Connie Smith.
August. 1948. As to land outside any .
municipality. easement for road right Mrs. C. B. Williamson in Tampa. Sarasota.Mr. present service is adequate and _. .

of way 200 feet wide will be reserved They were accompanied home by and Mrs. Lewis Friend and that Florida Airways, because of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and

from is an existing any parcel state through road. As which to all there land Mrs! Lampi's brother Tom Will- children will leave this weekendfor the limited amount of potential daughter Yvonne, are spending

outside the cooperate limits of any iamson, who is their house guest. a vacation at one of the cot- traffic would not be able to makea the weekend with his mother in
municipality as of this date title to
one half of all petroleum and three Mrs. Cohen Blakey has returnedto tages at Fort Myers Beach. go of it. 'Largo, Fla.

fourths of other mineral win be reserved Orlando after a visit with her Will A. Nason, who has been
if lands within .
; are said -
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limits as of this date the reservation corporate parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott, visiting his mother, Mrs. Frank -- -- ---- ----- - -

applies but privilege to explore, In Palokee. She was accompaniedhome Friend in Pahokee, has enrolledat

and1 mine under and develop land only will with be conducted the consentof on by her son. Billy, who was a Stetson University for post

the surface owner: visitor here for two weeks. graduate work preparatory to tak- RADIOS

Lots Description 49 & :SO. Block 53. Sc.Tw.Rg.Ar Mrs. W. A. Howell and siste-. ing the Florida bar examination.Mr. .

Northwood Addition Miss Elizabeth Caraway left this Nason received a degree in Deco Table Model Radio Combination

West Palm Beach week for a visit with relatives in law at the University of Mississippi -
(Plats 1 to 8 ft 8 to
11 Ine) aa In PB 8 Birmingham before going to Fay this spring. $49.95PAUL'S

Pen. 47 & 62. PB. 9 ette. Ala., for the summer. They :Miss Jane Hamilton has goneto
PgS 30 & 47. PB 10 P wuvnvwI
11. PB 11 PgS 18. 38 will be joined in Fayette by Mrs. South Carolina for a visit with I

Ar39.PB 12P17dc Howells daughter Miss Frances I'er grandmother Mrs. Hell Heirs.in .
PB 14 P 14 ________
Lot 13. Block 129. Townof Howell. of Cherry Point, N. C, Charleston.Mrs. 1 SERVICE STATION
Like Worth as in Clyde Alley and childrenare
PB 2 Page 29 to 40
inc __________n___ NOTICE visiting her parents. Mr. and i CANAL POINT, FLORIDA _
Lo 28. Addition No. 3 PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA. Mn A. Hackney and other relatives I Ii
to Lake View Heightsas July 2nd- 1948. i
In PB 9 P 6 Being NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in McAndrews Ky.
a Subdivision of Lot pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter Mrs. H. T. Monroe is spendingthe
31 of Subdivision of 18296. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1937.
Wiz .____________ 28 44 43 known as the MURPHY ACT. and in summer with relatives in -- __ __n_ .
Lots 43 44 & 45 Block pursuance! of Chapter 20658. Laws of Georgia. --- ---- --- ----- .
?. Lr" 1 .o 9 Inc.. Florida. Acts of 1941. known as th< . ..
Guaranteed Quality otrrtces
38 Inc.. Block t. Del ACT. the following described land. situated rovr/fypree/of
Raton Park a* in PB in Everglades Drainage District.In Progress Made In
14 Pgs 9 ft 10 ____ 28 Palm Beach County. Florida will be
29 offered for sale at public outcry for Tuberculosis Fight
32 48 43 the highest and best cash bid. subj ::!t
TRUSTEES OF THE INTFBN. to the rights of the Trustees of the
IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE Internal Improvement' Fund and of the' JACKSONVILLE-Florida has
STATE OP FLORIDA Board of Commissioners' of Everglades
made real in its
J. Ale Amette. Agent TrusteesI Drainage District to reject any and all progress
I. Fund Palm Beach County. bid., at the Court-house' beginning at against tuberculosis according .o
Pub.: July 2nd. 1948. 10-00 O'clock A. M. on the 6th day of a report of Dr. C. M. Sharp, director -
August. 1948. As to all land outside the
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO corporate limits of any municipality.as of the Tuberculosis Control
SELL LAND of this date title to one half of all Bureau of the State Board of
NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN that petroleum and three fourths of other
tni -uar>t of Section 15 O>. Chapter mineral' will be reserved by Trustees of Health.
206SS Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941 the Internal Improvement Fund. If Through the united effort of the
and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Lavs of lands are within said corporate limItsas the
Florida Arts of 1931. as amended by of this date the reservation applies, State Tuberculosis
Section 11. Chapter 20658 Law of but privilege to explore mine and de- Florida Tuberculosis and Healin
Florida. Acts of 1941. the' following dlrt'l !- velop will be conducted on and under Association and the State Health
..- land In Palm Beach County, land only with the consent of the surface :
FIori a. to-wit: owner.' Department 307,810 chest X-Rays
Description Se.Ta'Rg Ac. Easement for road right of way 200 have been made in the past 8 8
Lot 3. Block 2. Bunker feet wide will be reserved by said
Hill Addition No. 2 Trustees from any parcel: through months and 1,900 cases of pre-
to west Palm Beach which there Is an existing State road; viously unknown tuberculosis were FfUOM
as In PB 10P72 4 44 43 and easement for drainage and recla-
Tract 11 Block 60 mation and for road purposes will be discovered.
Palm Beam Farm. reserved by the Board of Commissioner -
Company Plat No. 3 10 of Everglades Drainage' DIstrict. . .
S'j -- ________u__ 29 42 39 320 Fifty percent Wv) of all oil gas and POINTMETHODIST
W47ft.of E412ft.of mineral rights will be reserved by the CANAL
N lOll ft. of 8E i OF Board of Commissioners of Everglades : CHURCH
NE, OF NW'. 33 43 43 Drainage; DIstrict.. 1948
lots 3 ft 4. Block '1i". Description Se T. Rg. Ac Sunday. July 4.
Town *>f South Bay Lot 10 Block 1. Bunker 9:30-Morning Chimes. t '
as In PB 7 P 46 ____ 14 44 36 Hill Addition to 10:00-Church School. N. V.
.-in be offered for wile' at public outcry West Palm Peach as
for the' highest and beat each bid. nurv in pn 10 P 8 4 44 43 Maxson. Supt. Classes for all \ khttt3
lect to the right of the Board of Com- Lots 10 & 11. Blocky 8. age group A heartywelcome
ml"onf'n: of Everglades Drainage Dltrlr *- Tuxedo Park as in
to reject any and all bid. at th* PB 11 P 46 __ h_'_ 32 43 43 awaits you.
Courthouse beginning at 10 00 O'ClorVA TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL 11:00- ..1IorninJ"orship., an Independence -
M on the 6th day of August 1943F i IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE
..ement for drainage' and reclamation STATE OF FLORID Day message by 0800
and road purpose will be reserved BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS O? the pastor entitled. "Vigilanc,
Fifty percent MO) of all oil. gas and' EVERGLADES DRAINAGE *
miner r1 ht'" aril .toes be referred DISTRICT.J the Price of Liberty.?
BOARD OF COMMTSSTONFRS OF i Alex Arnette' Agent for Trustee 6:15-Evt'ning: f\'r Concert Lx
FVFROLAOES DRAINAGE DISTRICT of the Internal Improvement Fund
and for Board of Commissioners ofEverglades by transcription) including
J. Alex Arnette. as Agent for I Drainage District. Palm opening organ/ number, "Faita! Old Battery
aid FwntPtibll Reach County. Florida for Your
of Our Fathers:
"'h: July 2. 9 and 16 1948. I Pub. July 2. 9 and 16. 1948.
8:00-Independence Day Service. DIIRING THSAtl /

A special semi-patriotic ,
pro- O/VYe
I gram is being arranged with

i local Les:
p4>'son participating.
11 ON A
I II U9 make this a "Fourth" to b*>

I Tuesday July 6

L FOR RENT I .7:00-All Young people who are 6VARANTUO 2 FII" lIARS 12.15

interested in going to !:ub-di<"- Carsand Old Battery
:i trict at Belle Glade meet at th? For Most Popular

Spend the hot summer months on a Florida East parsonage. Get Wizard long-life dependability and sate the

:I (*;oa-t R,3Ch-CO" l Trade Winds Ocean Bathing i iII 7:30--Cars leave parsonage. difference! Original equipment-type, equal in performance -

i ::1:1i 8:OO--Suh-di tnct meeting at power and quality to much costlier "big
-FNhinj::-Sport*-New Cottages having Living Belle ttlade. name"* batteries. Full capacity. Plenty of reserve

i II Um w'th sleeping divan-Bedroom twin bet?.* ::1 i Friday. July 9 power for quick starts and extra accessories.

-Dint'ttr-Kitch'n- ::1 3:3d--.Weekly mUm of Junior I2.SO tr 4c-in during this sale also! en e.tPl- S 13 45

Fellowship\ in Sunday School ICTg-M" fe ...-..*.- ,. Wuj'd D Lu.c. guaranteed S
::1 I Completely l-urn'.hed Ready to Move In :<: rooms. 27 mcrrr>i! For most popular urs- and Old Battery

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Near The Ocean-On The Inlet
': To meet the "Mne-ripenM" fro.t

'I Low Weekly Rates of $25.00 '; more and vegetable interest demand is being! more evuJwce an. HOME O\\NF.I1 AND AO

in pre-packagirg 6f fruit and

{!i i Write For Details vegetables/ at or near the farm. /'
II I.i I. M. LAIR pG1/
Golden Bantan .
i, FORT PIERCE BEACH DEVELOPMENT CO. I; corn tomatoescauliflower Sc
eggplant! and other
PROVE 2831
P. O. Box 1372 Telephone' 1048 11 product being pre-packaged by
Paul Dickman at Ruskin mak-
are Pahke, Florida
Fort Pierre. Florida
jl' ing a tremendous hit with customers .

K who are buying pre-package

i products In ever increasing qumntity -
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