The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 13, 1948
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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J 1 State Cuts $6,000 Ralph Freeman Is Four Seek Seats Barbecue On Labor

RECENT Off Richlands Rent Belle Glade CouncilFour

OPERATIONSBy I TALLAHASSEE The stat Named ChairmanOf candidates qualified Fridayfor ,Day At Boynton BeCountyWide

. Tuesday cut $6,000 off rent due it the city commissioners' race

Paul Rardin I for a big muckland lease on Lake Veterans Group in Belle Glade. The election will be FetePalm

Okeechobee to help pay the cost ?f held Sept. 14 with Sept. 3 set a*

protecting the land from last:; 'the last day for registration if
Ralph E. Freeman of Belle Glad Beach County's Labor:

NEWSPAPER OWNERSHIP IS A year's flood.Richlands. was elected chairman of the Glades voters. Day Free Barbecue, September Eta

TRUST WHICH SERVES Inc.. which leases Veterans Service Committee at its Candidates who qualified aT at Boynton Beach ia to be financedon
most of the Pelican bay bottom Frank Dooley in group 1; NattieT.
PUBLIC, MAKES PROFIT"I annual reorganization meeting, a county-wide basis. John Bol-
near Pahokee claimed it spent Taylor and Harold Rabin in
have never regarded the held last week in Belle Glade linger. Barbecue Committee Gen-
more than $12,000 to keep the area group 2; and Junius T. Harris in
stock I owned in tile News and Arthur M. Larrimore was electedto eral Chairman has announced
from being inundated group 3. Group 3 candidates elect-
Observer a* property but M the vice-chairmanship, ana Bollinger reported Sheriff John
So trustees of the internal improvement ed will fill the unexpired term of
certificate of trot to be administered James A. Stafford local service Kirk Finance Committee Chairman -
fund agreed to reduce George Scarborough who resigned
for the common goodof officer, was assigned the duties of I has issued an appeal to
the outstanding rent payment due two months ago because of .11
the people . I advise .and secretary.Mr. everyone in the county to "make
health. Deadline for *
from $16,955 to 10,955.Delegates qualifying s
.. enjoin those who direct tJHopapPI' Freeman has long been act- August 20Funeral. this the event of the year in this

In the tomorrow never to .. . ive in veterans affairs in the --.. area." Individuals and organizations -

advocate any came for personal Glades. A veteran of the firs may contribute to the Barbecue -

profit or preferment If the ReportOn World War he is a past commander Rites For fund by sending their donations

: paper should at any time be the of the Belle Glade Legion Post to Box 107. West Palm Beach

> voice of self-interest" or become and has also headed the Legion' in care of the Labor Day Barb

t the spokesman of privilege or Lion ConventionA. old Fifth District, which embracedthe Carlton McCallFuneral cue Committee.It .

F selffehnesK, It would be untrueto southern part of Florida. He has been estimated by Ray

its history." served during the World War II
Gamot and George M Belk. Iterson. Committee member thecost
From the win of the late delegates from the Pahokee Lion as a member of the local Selective service were conduct of the Barbecue this }eir

Joseplm DaalelM, RaleighN.C. club who attended the Lions In- Service Board. Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the will be $6.000 and he estimates 42

( .) News and Ob Prv"r.I ternational convention in New Mr Larrimore. a World War II First Baptist church in Canal I steers averaging 700 pounds each

I. Those are words which epitomize York City veteran is head of the Florid Point for Carlton Doster McCail. will be needed to feed the expected -
gave interesting reports -
true journalism. They are certai' on the convention at the State Employment Service's of tic-* 19. son of Mr. and Mrs John Mc : 25000 persons at the Farmeri

to find their way into the textbooks weekly luncheon of the in Belle Glade. Call of Port Mayaca. Carlton was Market on U. S. 1 at Boynt' 'n
anthologies and memoriesof Other members of the committee killed Monday when the dump : Beach.
club at the Lions Hall Tuesday .
for the ages. A are Eugene E. Hardy. William truck which he was driving hit
newspapermen noon. Dr. and Mrs, L. W. Armstrong The first county-wide Labor DAY
modern classic has been born- C. Allen and O'Neal Walker. Souti the soft shoulders of the road I
who are visiting relativf'in Barbecue" was spearheaded last
from the pen of a man who was Bay; William C. Young. James while passing a car. and turned
Ohio and Kentucky also attended year by the Resources Development
writing his win and who wanteJ: McMullen. Dr. Williajn. Woolen, over pinning him beneath it. The
the convention. Board in response to a spon-
his ideals to be known. Jack Johnson, E. M. Van Landing- accident happened on State Road
Members favored taneous movement citizen of
\ a zone meeting by
\ They are simple words true bam and Luther -Jones. Belle 78 about 3% miles west of Stuart.
for the 4 clubs within the ron- the county"who thought.we abound
words. Glade;>J.S.'- Cfcastafad-ffin-T.. "lMah ay-patr la.aWRlIaD;: '
including Pahokee. Belle Glade, get together'and rub elbows", ac-
and Paul TlDer '. Paho: McKnight reported that McCal
They are a salient beacon toward Lake Worth and Clewiston to bc, Pickett ) load frock cording to B. Elliott Committee
was beaded west with a ;
which young writers ahoudaimin held at Clewiston in the near fu- co-chairman.
about 45 miles an
whose light older writers ture. Details and dates for the ..
kee.Pahokee hour He attempted to pass a This year the plans for the ce*e-
should bask. meeting will be worked out by a truck driven by Louis C. Rozier. bration are expected to gain moremomentum

Now the late Josepbus Daniels committee with representative Gives $100 34. a Negro of Stuart when the as more people in the

was not a poor man. He ran a from each of the four clubs accident occured. county lend their support to the

profitable newspaper, be paid his Donald Padgett a student At annual Barbecue.
To Barbecue FundAt He is survived by his parents
he sufficiently the University of Florida and -
well president
help was
2 brothers. Gene in the U. S. Navy Sheriff Kirk a week ago organized -
financed through his work to live a of the Wesley Foundation at
and James a student at Bob Jones the campaign for funds on a
. good life give his family the better the Methodist student house there a meeting of the Pahokc College in Greenville. S. C. and a pro-rata basis of population in the

things and carry on comfort announced a musical concert City Council Tuesday evening at sister Joyce of Port Mayaca. communities of the county. Mayors

ably in secure advanced age. which is being given at the Pan" the city hall members of the coun- Pallbearers were Robert James of each community were named

When we say. cold-beartedly'. kee Methodist Church Sunday at cil voted to make a donation :of land Jacob Weeks Frank Tilli. as chairman to finance campaign

that the newspaper must be financially 3:30 p. m. for the benefit of the, $100 to the county barbecue at I Frank Gilli' and George (Busters in their own communities.' Plansthis

stable to do public- service Foundation. Bovnton Beach on Labor Day. Sims year for inviting Government

we do not mean that it must be Chief of Police A. E Morgan Burial was in Port Maya dignitaries' are more extensve thai

grasping until it reaches fim granted James A. Stafford. ('-- cemetery with Berr\ Funeral last!! year with invitations 'issued

footing. There is no gap-no overlooking Canipe Makes Plans 1 vice officer for the Everglade Home in charge of arrangements to State Supreme Court Justices

the ethics-early in a For New School TermThe the use of the office which h'! -. the Governor and his Cabinet th!

newspaper's rise so one may COM formerly occupied on the first entire State Legislature, the Governor -

back to his policies after it bu Principalof I floor of the city ball An ordinancewas 30 Day Season Is Elect and the entire delegation -
newly appointed
reached the higher brackets passed on the first readmedesignating to the U. S Senate and House
the Pahokee High School C. A. Set For Duck HuntersBy
The public need must be served his the State Market Road of Representatives. Senator Claud!
Canipe of Juoiter is moving
-first, last always. It can be family to Palokethis r'e-k. He and the Barfield Highway as truck Interior Dept.TALLAHASSEEThe Pepper and Representative Dwigf
Indeed route for trucks passing throush L have accepted Invitations -
served without loss of mone> I has two shall girls one 4 anJ the I Rogers

it may mean more money oth r IS years o'd He has be nI the city I U. s. Dc- to date according to BoIIinJr'r. -
will be morarprf'Ciath..e. R. J. Schroder waterworks sui- Senator Spesard L. Holland : -
because the public I here since last week in the choo' part": ifit of Interior ha. grantel'Florida
emntendent. was authorized by te duck hunter another S'V. has said that he will" attendif
office preparing for the opening of
Service to the public is not a he school term next month. I council if delinquent water bill I I day season and bag limits identical Congress is not in session! Another
bp collected to turn off tae Senate and
can not members of the
practice I with lat despite effortsto
question of theory versus Mr Canipe is a graduate of the year
It is practice The mere fact that Appalachian Stat Tease's: College waterSPORTSM. . have theaor" lengthened ard HO.] of Representatives havealso
become "big bus- bag limits enlarged Director Ben been invited Bollinjrer said.
newspaper have in Boone N C. and did his
iness does not alter the requirement po!t,,graduate work at the University .\N CLVBThe I I C. Morgan, of the State Game ap<1 At the Barbecue thousands of'
Publisher Comm11ha! an- pntird of beef will boo served b\
From The : of North Ca'-ohna He ro'f'* Water : *
Auxiliary! Published in Chicago. served! 3 Nears in the service during Palm Beach County Sportsmen u>urce
World War II He has been Club will hold its ivmeeting Federal migratory fowl rejni Labor Day.
\\.t'dnf''day., August mad for a
principal cf the Jupiter *choOi* rAtion' Just announced. also dis- Plan have bn .
15th at !* p. m. at the Palm BeachHiphschool dovehunting variety of entertainment Gies" reported.
for the pat year All the %acare :- else that Florida s mourning I'
SIP GaJenia -- '
Time Will Bring Auditorium. Arrangements are und
beer bortenl
< have ben filled on the local season has
State Regulation Of faculty according to Mr CaniDa'' Street West Palm BeachccordirK 15 day, aid the daily cc"+t ba: way to **t up concessions sjpp'ementury : -
\ to announcement mae I( reduced from 2'n I to the Barbecue
except one and that will be filial limit has I .
Electricity And Gas before the school open oMr. C E. Hay President of 15. The buck. goose and coot sa Name of the Finance Committee

j the Club. plans will b.- made for a I. *. n will' extend from December If I in Canal Point include: FrancCrO'oll. ,*

TALLAHASSEE Sooner or . l rhecue picnic and further plans to January 8, Four ducks can t- Chairman. and Haro

later the tnall cities and the Pickett Leaves For prerrted for the program of th- lagged; in a day and hunting will' Rinbrg. fo-crarman.!

counties of Florida will demandstate Cub. All members are requeste-1 be permitted the first fire days .>f . -

regulations of the rates and Dominican RepublicJohn to attend and bring their Sportsmen the season but will be clowd each A new Sulfa drug aid to r.. .f,

services of electric and utilities fnenda and Tuesday thereafter
gas Monday
. .. festive In the fight against Infantile -
such T. Pickett will leave Pa- limit remain the
as they have required The gorse bag ba been d>v topl
regulations of telephones an-i j bokee tomorrow for the Dominican The first grocery retailer toadopt same as tart year. one daily. paralysis Lederle L&t.oratort"
where he has accepted a a five-day 45-hour week for by the
transportation, Lewis W. Prttewav Republic ,
. announced rec
New York, it was
told the concluding session of the poNtjo'u) chief engineer in a employees was the A6P Foul: being
claims are -
No definite
Junior Conk of Sanford was L'itguest rtly
Florida Railroad and Public Utilities topographic surrey An intense Stores which also grant
ComauMron school here for ts study win be made in an effort to with pay. sick leave and insurance this week of Mr and Mr. made but t..tJa are uiwlerwavin

field forces. drain rice fields, Mr Pickett said. benefits to an personnel. Tom Sheppard I ere. stricken arra

? Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday August 13. 1943

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Cinematic ChatterBy ATTEND TAMPA MEETAt

Malcolm Millar G&G Club TuesdayMrs. a meeting of the Pah oke
Serving the Lake Olseechobee Fanning Region
Assembly of Rainbow Girls at the
Established 1924 Published Friday C. G. Coburn entertained
Every Masonic: ball Monday evening
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Against the complex pattern of members of the G and G club at plans were discussed for attendirf

modem espionage there emergesthe her home Tuesday afternoon hon the Grand Assembly of Rainbow
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn gripping human drama of a oring. Mrs. Ben S. Waring of Madison Girls in Tampa on Aug. 1719.

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter young man and his wife who as a former member of the club Miss Yvonne Lee Fraser. worthy
who is the house of Mr. and
they become more deeply involvedIn guest advisor has been named as graal
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherDon't the mash of intrigue are to Mrs. D. W. Cunningham this week. outer observer. Miss Janie Hamilton -
take the that is to drastically Although the club has disbanded
step as grand page. Planning to attend -
Hold Your BreathYou alter the course of their lives. It Mrs. Coburn called the member from the chapter are; Miss

still hear people talking about buying something or remains for this couple portrayedby together to honor Mrs. Waring. Fraser. Miss Hamilton. Miss LoU
Attending were Mrs. John A
other "when prices go back to normal." Anyone has a perfect Dana Andrews and Gene Tier- Dulany Mrs. Duncan Padgett.Mrs. Echols. grand secretary; Miss
right to defer his! purchasing in hope of a price millenum. ney ovenlo.helmt'dith knew could exist. to D. W. Cunningham Mrs. Vera Keen. Miss Betty Jane Hicksand
they never Miss Patsy Geiger. The girls
; But judging by the evidence he's going to have a long blow the sensational plot wide George M. Belk. Mrs. H. J. Anderson will be accompanied by Mrs. J. W.Barrett. .

wait indeed. open and in so doing condemn Mrs. Seth Roberts and the Mrs. Mabel Young mother
The are as strong as ever. The of fear and honoree.
inflationary pressures themselves to a life advisor supervised the meeting
upward ware; adjustments are taking place. The national hiding. It is the combination of CARD OF THANKSWe I Monday evening and Miss Frase.
income is sill at or near its peak. The government is showing i gripping drama and the fancinat- wish worthy advisor presided.Don't .
to thank
little disposition to economize in any direction. The cost ing suspenseful machinations of for their kindness our raar.yfriends and I . .
of the European Aid Program and the preparedness program the amazing spy plot that makes
and unusual enter- sympathetic words during our re- be alarmed if your offspring -
for thrilling
will turn more dollars loose and lead to more compe- tainment from start to finish. cent bereavement when Carlton comes home with his ha--

tition for scarce goods. Nothing in fact indicates the prob- Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney was taken from us. We are truly cut up from his ears with a top-

ability of important price drops for any kind of commodityin give the performances of their grateful for the floral offerings knot; it is Just the new "Woody

general use. lives in these roles so difficult to We shall always remember the Woodpecker" haircut that is

We: all hope for lower prices. But don't hold your breath play. In fact all members of tip consoling words and acts of neigh- sweeping the country.

while waiting.! -Melbourne Times. excellently chosen cast turn In borlint' May God's richest bless- . ..
ings rest upon each and everyoneof
I more than creditable performances. Florida Airways set up a mobile

I ed in socionomics How do y.u you.Mr.. TB X-Ray unit for air line and
and Mrs. J. L. McCall
Truman What about his The play is "The Iron Curtain"
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY stand on and Family. airport personnel recently.
civil rights program? And do you and it will be screened at the
believe with Pythagoras in the Prince Theatre in Pahokee Sun-

transmigration of souls Please day-Monday. August. 15-16.
state your platform. See you at the movies-Mal. I

(By Russell Kay "Many of your followers would . .

like to become better acquaintedwith Crocker GranthamMr. Shrubs and Trees i
I really started something when you. We suggest to your cat- I
1 wrote that goofy column about alogist. Mr. Kay. that he promoteyou I :
W. G. K. (World's Greatest Kitty to the lecture platform and and Mrs.Beach Doyle, formerly W. of I I ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL I Ii
and described all the fantastic town meeting from where full ven: Delray
feats he performed.Since may be accorded to the scope of South Bay and Pahokee an- I !
of their I Authorized Sales and Service
nounce the marriage i
it appeared in the pubic your dazzling genius. It is confi-
prints I have been receiving letters dently predicted you will attract daughter. Mary Elizabeth to: ! JACOBSEN POWER AND '
James S. Grantham on Sunday
tremendous audiences who will
from hither and yon addressed to
"Mr. Peleg Boggs" or W. G. K. flock to hear from your own lipsa August 1 at the First Baptist HAND LAWN MOWERS I II j
catapulting of cataclysmic cata- Church at Bowden. Ga. It
and it is apparent that there are
Ezell of Bowden t
The Rev. Gordon I
other folks in the world as screwyas phonics. I I :
I am. "With best personal regards.Mr. I uncle of the bride read tne ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. ; :
marriage service. Mrs. GordoiEzeil :
Boggs. and trusting this find
One of the cleverest letters re-
played the traditional nup- Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
ceived came from "Hercules Mulli- you in a state of categorical salu- I i I
gan" of Orlando. who evidently brity I remain your devoted cat- tial mU3 c. The altar was decor-and I 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach !
.rated with white gladiola
borrowed a piece of stationaryfrom alyst at Orlando. I
:banked with ferns.
Warren Furber Gould. Route Another correspondent alarmed J JI
The bride was given in marriagejy
3. Box 442. who wrote as follows: over W. G. K.'s waning fisti I - -
i her uncle. Arthur Denton. She
"There recently appeared in the ability writes offer the suggestion -
' Orlando Sentinel a most extraor- that he take up jiu jitsu as a wore a yellow crepe street length I
dress with accessories and an
dinary narrative relative to your means of personal defense. Few
orchid Her only ornamentwas I
manifold activities during your oats he points out. especially those corsage.
residence in the household of your young swaggering toughs in the a single strand of pearls, the
of her GLADES
gift grandmother.Miss
Indulgent foster parent. Mr. Russell back alley have any knowledgeof
Kay. who. because of his benevolent this are of defense, and vision Ruth Ezell of Bowden.
when Mr. Boggj cousin of the bride was maid o!
Instincts toward you. their surprise
must be forsooth a very estimable grasps them by a paw and twists honor."She"was attired In a white

gentleman."In them in a knot. crepe street length frock with To Miami
these parlous times fraught He even received an offer cf white accessories and a corsage of 4 Buses

with fearsome prospects, it is indeed marriage from an elderly lady cat red roses. To West Palm Beach

like a refreshing draught to in Sebring who claims she has two Guy Ezell. also a cousin of the Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland
the drooping spirit to read such an silk pillows a catnip ball and bride was best man.
inspirational humaninterest essay numerous beautiful pink and blue A reception for the bridal party

as was composed so enchantingly ribbons all of ;which she Is willing:: and guests was held following the
about the fond companionship of to share provided he is content to ceremony at the home of The Rev.
a little cat. settle down and purr sweet nothings and Mrs. Gordon Ezell. Glades Motor Lines Inc.

The fact that you lacked a her in her ear.Apparently Mrs. Maude Hartline of South ,

aldic pedigree and undoubtedlybore bored and unimpressed Bay. maternal grandmother of th! "
upon your escutcheon!! the bar by all this hero worsship. W. bride! chose a tan lace dress with

sinister made no difference in the G. K. sniffed at this correspondence tan accessories and wore a cor-

warmth of the hospitality whica languidly stretched himself. sage of roses.
gave you so freely the blessed sharpened his claws on our best For traveling Mrs. Granthauwore
sanctuary of a lifelong shelter and Morris chair reached for his top a white linen suit with white .

freedom from want. hat and walking stick and as is I accessories and an orchid corsage.
"You must have been endowed his usual custom disappeared anti The bride is the graduate of the

. with a happy disposition and the night seeking no doubt another Pahokee High School attended
the ability to quickly adapt yourself adventure. Palm Beach Junior College and
to changing conditions from I graduated from the Jackson Memorial -

the way you immediately purred Mrs. Joughin Wins Hospital School of Nursingat COSTS

your charming personality right Miami. She is a member of theDelray Paying the
Into the little daughter's expansive Theatre JackpotMrs. Beach Junior Woman's

heart. You were an expert Club.

salesman. But it Is a safe bet that Mona Jougtin was! the The bride-groom is the son of Highest Operating
the little mistress and the kind winner of the $T3 Jackpot at the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grantham. Sr.

master firmly believe that you Prince Theatre Pahokee. Tuesday of Ocala. He is a member of th;
nave returned to them at least a receiving a congratulatory roundof Delray Beach Police Department. Costs in History.. .

hundredfold full weed of affectionand applause from the audience Following a wedding tour of the .

appreciation for having taken with: congratulations from ti\- southern states the young coupl

you into their home. management of the Gold-Dobrow will be at home on S. W. Flint
"Now. Mr. Bogga it Is quit theatres. Jerry Gold. Ave.. Delray Beach.

evident that you possess hundred The question was: "Who is the --.- . and still
of friends and admirers who are high commissioner of baseball"
:Mrs. Agner HostessAt Q
interested In various .
intensely your Mrs Joughin answered without amomt"nt.s selling yonElectricity
and ebullient -i
accomplishments hesitation "H a p p v Circle MeetMrs.
activities some of which have Chandler.

been of a startling nature. Becausewe Malcolm Millar stated just b. J. D. Agner was hostess! to
unhesitatingly believe every- fore going on the stage as Master- members of the Grace Jerrugan '
thing that Russell Kay has related of-ceremonies: "If it's a man ti.e, circle of the Baptist XVoman's

about you. It only serves to whet jackJ'Ot'snf' . But. If it is 1 Missionary at her home Tuesday cue-

our appetites for more pabulumto member of the fairer ex.' I believe evening.Mrs. .

nourish our Impetuous eagernessto the Jackpot will stand" Horace Unwin. president )t
sustain further cognition of yo-ir How Wrong You Were Malcolm the organization presented tu

fascinating adventures."So At the next session of Theatre talk of the evening. Her topic waj.One .
please furnish us with more Quiz Party which wiU be Tuesday Savior in South America

exciting episodes connected will night the jackJ'Ottll start ovr She was introduced by Mrs. Agner.
your short but hectic life as a again at $25. and the fans will be who is program chairman. ],(r...
house guest of the Kays. Did you there to try again for the prize. Wiley TSUt led' the devotional
enter the field of politics an.1 . KDormuMorr sm*
ever and }frs..0 A. Keen circle leader
Flllllt[ NM [ 1 HIMIT:1ge
what offices did you seek Are Mrs. W Harold Webb sris presides Mrs H. C. Grahamled s
you considering being a stand visiting her niother-ln-law. Mri the games during the social
for Eisenhower Are you Interest H. Webb In Lake Alfred this week. hour which followed.

). August 13. 1948 Th?Everglades News.Canal Point.Florida Page Hire

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:.: Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude -
to accident

=: Crossing into the danger tone can occur at the approach toO
::_:'! the top of a hill-OR a curve-going into an underpass, or

.' .... .. even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous
I ; driving! Accident records show that about one half of all
I' fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a-
M r. 'ede s t rlan- '. these.
f WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself' your family and to
j II others who share the road to avoid these Pass-Pockets" II

II 1 LIVE where lark injury-and death. .

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

; one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the ''I
:. hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this I t
You can be a safe driver if you wflL It's up to you.


:;:1.i 0 DON'T SUP OUT MOM il
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The Everglades I NewsPaul I:

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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday August 13, 1943

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'Demo Chairman Is More Men Attend Food Will Be ShortIn MISS HOOKS ENTERTAINED Luther Knight Is
Enthusiastic Over Stetson Than WomenDELAND [ Years To Come, Miss Mary Helen Hooks entertained Surprised On BirthdayRelatives

His Party's Record Says Chemical Mfr. a group of friends at a sur-
Men outnumber prise dinner party at the home of of Luther L. Knight of
women students on the Stetson her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
DELAND Chairman Alex D. TAMPA-In a few years th! Belle Glade surprised him with a
University campus this summer Hooks Monday evening on the occasion
Littlefield of the State Democratic world with its present methods
He 76
birthday party Sunday. was
ratio of her mother's
four to one. This is a higher birthday
Executive! Committee here thisweek will not be able to produce enough
than ever before enjoyed by the anniversary. years old. The party took placeat
pointed to the record to show food to feed its leaping population
Stetson co-eds. Figures releasedby Guests attending were Mr. and the Knight home in Belle Glade.
of the International
What 15 years of National Demo R. B. Fuller, manager -
cratic Administration have meant the registrar's office show that Mineral and Chemical Mrs. C. A. Barfield. Mr. and Mrs. I Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. T.
of the lOn enrolled this summer Florida branch at V. D. Home of Canal Point and I W Knight and son. Tommy Mr.
for the people of Florida. Corporation's
Littlefield laid particular en'- 829 are men. 212 are women. Mulberry, told members of limo: Mrs. May Potter Bob Wood. Aud- and Mrs. L. W. "Bo" Knight and

phasis upon the effect on Florida's Veterans on the Stetson campus local Kiwanis Club. rey Potter Richard Pike and Crosby children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk.

agricultural economy of Democratic total 724. of whom 15 are women. Even now as a matter of fact, Crews of Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs Frank O'Connell.
Administration policies. Evidence of the veterans' boom is not enough food is being producedto . .. Jack and Donald Danson. Mr. and

"Florida farmers realize fu'l also reflected in the figures for adequately feed the world's pop- Mrs. Sam Day of Deland is the Mrs. Palmer January and Mr.
well the benefits they have received age groups which show a predomi- ulation. house guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Knight'a parents Mr. and Mr'*.

through the work of a Democratic nating number of men in the older Fuller pointed out that farmers I ert Henderson and family here. January.

President and Congress brackets. Of the 829 men registered. have failed to replace the phosphorus ____
when they compare their present 650: are 22 years of age or taken from the soil ani ---- -- u -

position with the grim dark daysof older. In normal times most students stated that in 25 states not enough a'II
have finished college train- was put back Into the
the last Hoover-Republican depression phosphate I 1
the state chairman said. ing by their 23rd year. soil to replace that taken out. Everglades Insurance Agency \ Ii

"Cash income of Florida farmerswas As usual the College of Liberal Fuller estimated that the great ..
more than 9354 million last Arts leads with an enrollment ot agricultural state of Illinois could I
Mrs. Ora W. Powell l
year compared with only $82 million 607, the School of Business is use 10 million tons of phosphate Agent

in 1932," he pointed out. "And second with 229 the College of and said it would take that muchto I
our state's farmers earned only Law has 176. and the School of revitalise Its soiL I t

9118 minion In the Republicanboom Music has 29 enrolled for the summer The amount of good fertile laid BY OUR OFFICE AND GET \
year of 1928." term. in the world Is depleting rapidly

The State Democratic Chairman The 1,041 students are drawn and it is imperative that phosphate I YOUR HURRICANE MAPS I t
34 the District of be used If starvation Is to be I
of bene- from states 1
cited as other highlights
Pahohee, Florida Phone 2581 !
nta to Florida farmers of National Columbia Puerto Rico, the Canal avoided i, 1 I Il
Democratic leadership: Zone, Greece, China, and Palestine Fifty-two per cent of the world's i iI
known phosphate deposits, he said l -
1. Florida milk was selling ai;
. are in Florida and he predicted
S3.98 a hundredweight in 1932.The

average 1947 price was $ .18. And Billington PadgettOf steady Industry expansion In this of state.the phosphate -- :. -
in the COP'S prosperous 1929 milk . .

was worth only $5.67. interest here and in Gaines- I
Other race tracks may be off. \ L.
2. Farm mortgages, an excellent ville is tbe approaching marriage; but Hialeah is doing a record S. LINDSAY I
index of rural prosperity, have de- Qf Miss Frankie Joan Billington. sightseeing business this summer.
creased steadily during the Demo- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A survey shows an 18 per cent increase :' -JEWELERIS
cratic Administration. More than Billington of Gainesville and Don- in attendance at the Florida 1 I
$97 million in mortgagee was outstanding ald Ferrell of Mr. ;
Padgett son showplace track which is kept I BACK FROM VACATION ,
in 1929 in Florida. Last I
and Mrs. Duncan of Pa
>> Padgett open between racing meetings as a ; 1 1i
year the debt had been reduced II IIl hokee. public park. I AND HAS REOPENED
I'l to $41 million. The wedding date has been set .. . i I

3. The Farm Credit Administration I. for Sunday. August 22. at 4 o'clock Basil Todd. son of Mr. and Mrs. ! HIS STORE IN PAHOKEE I II
.. established by the DemocratsIn at the Chapel of the Wesley Foun- C. M.Todd has enrolled in the University II
1933. has helped 12,000 Florida I dation in Gainesville. The Rev. of Miami as a medical I
residents to buy farms with loansof I Thaxton Springfield, pastor of time student. I .. .-.--
more than $30 million. chapel will read the double-ring --
Florida'sfarmers ----- -- --- -- -
4. More than half of ceremony.The ---- -- --
are participating In the bride-elect has chosen as

agricultural conservation program her attendants Miss Joan Fosterof
'of tbe Production and Marketing that city for her maid of honor; -
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Administration. and Miss Joy Padgett sister of '- ?
5. In 12 years the Rural Eelectriflcatkm the bridegroom-elect and Miss / &ny2a.t2th.Qi'z1tLQil.Ace . :
Administration h* Brooks Billington her sister, fir

helped Florida co-operatives to bridesmaids.Tom i
string more than 8.000 miles of Diedeman of Ganiesville th !
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lines serving nearly 27.000 farm- will be Mr. Padgett's best man and .
era. Today almost 60 per cent of his cousin. Milton Carpenter and
the state's farms have electricity. Sam Lovell of Pahokee will be the
When the REA was set up by tbe ushers. wtuj

Democrats in 1935 only eight percent Nuptial music will be providedby
of Florida farmers had electric Mrs. T. Boon Gainesville Higa

lights. School music instructor, and vocalist
. .. and Thomas Howes of Pa MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET

Mrs. Sullenger Is hokee pianist.
Miss Billington. a popular mera
Honored With Shower ber of the younger set in Gainesville : -

is active in Methodist Toutn THAN ANY OTHER CAR
Mrs. Robret Sullenger was hon- work and is a senior of the Gainesville .
ored with a stork shower at the High School. .!
home of Mrs. R. O. Crosby Tuesday :Mr. Padgett whose parents are

evening. A color motif of pink pioneers of Pahokee graduatedfrom CoMPARE
the values and Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes
and blue was carried out In the: the local High School, and: : compare
decorations and gifts were presented served in the U. S. Navy for 12 .. the prices: end you'0 chant CIt rMl1 . plus many another major qualityoaVonfoft :

the honoree In a bassinet months. He is a Junior at the For to compare the value u to know still not available in any

. done in pink and blue. University of Florida and is president that.Chevrolet brines you the Big- other motor car in its field.
Games and contests were played of the Wesley Foundation in Car riding-smoothness, of the original And to compare the prices b to .

during the evening with Mrs. Jim Gainesville.The and outstandinf Unitized Knee-Action know that Chevrolet prices arc the f

Missile Mrs. Peggy Crosby and couple will make their Ride...the Bif-Car performance and fctfctf in the field . and that Chevrolet i
Mrs. Frank Chaney prize winner home in that city where they wU
served dependability of a world's champion value continues to be the kiifrnt S
Refreshments were continue their studies. No Invitations -
the evening by the hostesses are being issued but friends Valvc-in-Hcad CDIi ne. . the Bif-Car in its field t
Mrs. Crosby. Mrs. Robert R\ither- of the couple are invited to attend beauty and luxury of the enviable That's why Chevrolet: b America's

ford, Mrs. Archibald Adams. Mrs. the wedding.. Body by Fisher..the Big-Car safety No. I car: that's why it's the car for ,
Earl Pitts and Mrs. Peggy Crosby. . of Fisher hoisted Body-Construction you!
Guests Invited were: Mrs. J. E. 1t
Miss Cruthird Has
Bullengcr. Mrs. Albert Gant. Mr
R. P. Todd. Mrs. Byron Todd. Mrs. BirthdayParty
Lawrence Daney Mrs. C. L. 'I'xl1.

)Ira. Sally Shipley. Mrs. Nola B. Miss Myra Ruth Cruthird.
& _
Smith. Mrs. Frank Chaney Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Mrs. R. S
Herbert Throneberry. Cruthird. was surprised Saturda:
Todd. Mrs. J. B. Spooner. Mrs. evening when her mother entertained -

Owen Todd. Mrs. Sam Gray. Mrs. a group of her friends a* .

Jim Mlzelle. Mrs. Leo Maxwei:*. their home on the Belle Gladein rVfTfctJsfefSaMawsBrnlYew 1 rVnhTarabwIsBrsfwrl. nar..i.T..ieId .....y1 mCTIaAlilaWSa-lavfl.
Mrs. Fannie Todd. Mrs. T. S.
celebration of her 15th
birthday fat caa't beat the Tbere'e aothioc lib a-,. YM *. be perfectly MT .. Ya aad your fa.r l7 wiII s j"
Mrs. C.
Spooner Mrs. C. M. Todd. anniversary. Wieners were roast*' fgiafiM 1'iatiui Knee ftiTinnCUat kt'e wW.. [hemcam v.... yaw car''e beauty.lie Jaiahip d. trtflt ....y pratactw WFUMr
R. Moore. Mrs. Kansas Todd. Mrs., out on the lawn and later Ice Ride for real I' d DIiDHe8d i a..fee far tfanfl aWthraft. Ywmawa a car nd. die u....& Bady-Caa-
Comer McCard. Mrs. Ellen Baker cream and cake were served to smeodmas-rod travdumry It bold. aB fatwd* fee =- .. Bali by Fiber uutuuav die f VMTuaq f a tf aa*
and Mrs. Ellie Davis. guest attending. Mrs. Cruthird _over any sad aB kind. of slims er*sl and avaen weir sad dill ant deavabk of aB active Rid. and P......
.. ee.4K ....d..L... tiw fed. It cmbad e tUt ...- me bed.-bs1 In. Ae iMI Hyd s c Drub .-
The B. F. Goodrich Company was assisted' by Miss BarbaraWroten. (anew "Knse- coos' ride i it lOud eitri-depeodtbl awy...... inttd sal o&t-is a.dw eoocwMtioa of l...
Guests were: The Misses to CbeTTolrt and r dw.Is-H.d d ip. found available"y aa Otrmlet lUre (bond anlr CfcrmJet
will start construction this montton Anna Le Hurt. Joy Padgett. Rita more ...-... can. danger only in coatfar ean. IIId ud .h mi. nm.d cars
a new multi-million dollar plantor Fay Hurt. Barbara Wroten. Patsy

the manufacture industrial Manson Patsy Gig r. Dlores
rubber belting at Akron. Ohio ac-
Williams Joyce PeacockBobby
cording ot T. G. Graham, vice- Schroder, Chandler McIJlwain. B-!. CHEVROLET-Ot -IS FIRST !

president. ward Cul non. and WUlard Mc-
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Captain Eddie Rickenbacker.president ....

of Eastern Air' Lines. hu Mrs. A. E. Fur.d :burkf' has asher CHRISTIANPhone CHE""BOL T
announced that his line will tripleIts guests this* week her faro

fleet of cargo planes by the : broth ". Charles and Olin John 1
', middle of September. I son of West Palm Btaca. 593 Pahokee, FIa.'age .
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Page Six Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday August 13. 1943

Rev. Howes Completed George Smathers Large And Small I Students And Alumni

Mission Study Text Offers New Plan For Blocks Stock Alike Will Present Concert

Electing President On Assessment Role I
A benefit musical will be
Rev. Canon T. Howes' completedthe. : pre-

mission study text. Ten sented for the Methodist Student
WASHINGTON Advocating a -
House on the campus of the Uni-
Thousand Years at the August Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Keiti more simple straightforward man- Judge Bayard B. Shields ruled last
versity of Florida at Gainesville
meeting of the Methodist Woman'sSociety Lutz of Belle Glade are the proud ner of electing a president of the week that large blocks of stock
which Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Participants
of Christian Service parents of a baby girl born Fri United States. Florida's represent- must be appraised on..the same
,will be Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Jr.and .
met at the church Monday after- day. August 6, at the Belle Glade:: active George Smathers introduceda basis as small blocks in upholding
both Bell
Miss Ruth West of
noon. He was introduced by Mrs. Hospital. Mrs. Lutz is the former resolution in the house last week intangible property assessment
Glade who hold degrees in music
John A. Dulany. Theresa Council of Pahokee. reposing a constitutional amendment against the estate of the late Al- I
and Donald Padgett violionist.
During the business session Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Rockwell abolishing nominations in fred L duPont.
Milton Carpenter and Helen
members voted to make a dona- announce the birth of a daughterat I conventions for president and vice- The basis of Duval County assessments
Howes vocalist and Miss :Mary
tion of $100 to the Methodist stu- the Good Samaritan Hospital' president and providing for a gen- on approximately 240.- Eleanor Kidder organist studentsof

dent house on the campus at the in West Palm Beach August 9th. eral primary within each. party to 000 shares of common stock of the music. The program will include -

University of Florida in Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Newman of choose nominees. E. L duPont de Nemours and
vocal and instrumental numbers -
- ville. The donation was made afteran Pahokee announce, the birth of a The resolution proposes that Company for 1941 through 1943 and a dramatic skit. There

appeal by Donald Padgett. student son Christopher William, August7th each party in each state would was the main issue in the case. will be no admission charge buta

at the University and president at the Everglades Memorial have an electorial vote equal to the State tax laws require that intangible free-will offering will be taken.

of the Wesley Foundation Hospital in Pahokee. total number of senators and representatives >>- taxes on stocks and bondsbe

there. Donald as president is Interested Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Scruggs of in congress the votes fixed by assessing the propertyat .-

in raising funds this sum- Canal Point announce the birth of to be added up to determine th a its stock exchange value on the

mer to assist with expansion work a son David Steven at the Ever- nominees.For last day of the year.

at the student house which is Inadequate glades Memorial Hospital August example the State of Florida The Florida National Bank of

to care for approximately 8th. has eight electoral votes. If Jacksonville trustee for the stare I

2,000 Methodist students who in a Democratic primary one candidate challenged the propriety of asses- Prince TheatrePahokee

attend the University. received 300,000 votes for sing such a large block of stockat

Members voted to contribute Hialeah PlanningFor president and an opponent received the same price per share as a

$100 toward a movie projector for Greater Crowds only 100.000 ,votes the man receiving smaller or individual share. Florida
the number of . ,
the church. Also funds to purchase highest -

flower containers for the churcn: counties votes would get six electoral votes Lynn Home is visiting his mother -
MIAMI-F1orida.s 67
two electoral
and his opponent
and a punch bowl for the organiza- Mrs. W. B. :Mock in Barton
assured maximum
are revenue returns votes. SundayMondayAugust

tion.Mrs. from Hialeah horse racingby His resolution also provides that this week. C
G. W. chairman nf .
plans announced by Prseident in the general election people vote

the Christian Social Relations and John C. Clark for a three-year for a president directly. He said: Mrs. C. L. Stuart and children

local work committee will be in program of expansion and development "Under,the present system if th! have returned from a visit witn

charge of purchasing the articles. of facilities for patrons atFlorida's electors of a candidate receive the relatives in Black. Ala.
win entertain the Pahc- "The Iron Curtain"starring
showplace track. largest popular vote the candidatEIs . .

kee Ministerial Association members First step in the program is the then credited with all the ele-- of Har-

and their wives at.a. dinne reconstruction and enlargement of toral; votes of the state. Waldschlagjer Pahokee son
Waldschlager, was
meeting in September. Resignations the which starts
: ,
grandstand was
. home leave for 30
from Mrs. D. D. Caudill. aa last freek.. Elimination of crowd recently on Dana Andrews Gene
to relieve his father who ,
secretary of missionary educationand in the Mrs. Albert Frt md visited in Ft. days
congestion especially -
Mrs. J. M. Elliott as vice-pres will mutues Pierce and Stuart this week. has been vacationing in Missouri. Tierney, June Havoc,
area encourage
Jack: is statoned on the I>t"IIar.,
read and accepted.
ident were volume Hialeah officials out.
a passenger ship from New Orleans Berry Kroeger
Mrs. John A. Dulany. president With the present national down-
vacancies will be making trips to Rio de-
said that these
ward trend in Hialeah
meeting. wagering. Janeiro Brazil, and Buenos Aires.
fined at the September Classified AdsFOR
needs<< a minimum of 40 days racing -
of Ru- Argentina.
Maude S.
Mrs. Pankey
and the best of patron facilities -
La. Mrs. Ben S. Waring. Mad- '
ton. 'I
to protect the state's revenue:,
ison. Fla.. Donald Padgett and officials SALE: New and used Willys

Rev. Howes were visitors. There say. is Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in
The front of the grandstand
were 23 attending.NOTICE Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllch
being extended forward 12 fet

with a rearrangement and renova- SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Milk Means Growth

OF APPLICATION FOR tion of boxes. Along with the re- cleaned and repaired. Phone
(Senate Bill We. l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That and concessions stands this extension Without-certain elements in his
C. T. Byrd bolder of Tax CertificateNo. will considerably increase SALESMAN!: WANTED: Asbestos
14384. tailed Ute 4th day of July.A. .
D. MOT. hu filed tame In my office space underneath the front of ths Siding and roofing contact man. diet, baby would lack bounce and
and Urn made application for a tax grandstand.The Florida Remodeling and Construction -
deed to be taraed thereon. Said certificate -
em"the following described rear of the structure is be- Co. Box 898, Belle Glade. energy. The urge to grow and de-

property in toe County of Palm Bach ing extended 20 feet providing ad- Phone 344. TF
State of Florida to-wit: I velop would be. retarded.
Tats 1 to 14 Inc. Block .4. El: Be ditional space on both the firs
Court. Delray. Florida a* In P. B. level and mezzanine. Also a thir: :
IX P. 54. 1 International Diesel TD-35
The amassment of the said property ,level is being constructed and a Trac Tractor: 1 6-foot Tandem Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
under the aid certificate tented was terrace provided on a fourth level
In tile name of Unknown. Athens Harrow. Timken Bearings;
Unless said certificate shall be re- behind the last row of the presen safest for your baby.
1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppersfor
deemed according to law. the property grandstand seats. There will be a
described therein will be sold to the pasture maintenance. All of Homogenized Milk with the all-
door substantial step-up in the seatinn
highest bidder at the court
above Equipment has been recon-I
on the tint Monday In the month of capacity. Toilet facilities will be
... which Is the 6th day ditioned and in first class condition important Vitamin D added is
Sept mb. l.... added at the south end of the mezzanine Nichols Co.
Dated this 6th day 'of August A. D. and track offices at the Equipment the choice of mothers for
194.. ring Fla.. Located by A. C. L.

(Circuit Court J.Clerk ALEX Seal of) ARNET Circuit TE.Court of north The end.same architectural style of I Depot, P. O. Box 58, Phone 6811.4TP I I baby feeding. Be safe when you

Palm Beach CountT.Florida. the grandstand will be preserved
Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 194.. and the rear will again be embellished ENGLISH SPRINGER & Cocker buy milk-look for the Alfar em-

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR with bougainvillea and royal Spaniels A K C Registered
TAX DEED I With the extension of the
(Senate Bin Ne. 163) palms. Champion blood lines. Our show
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatC. I structure toward the paddock the wins prove our quality. A limited

Y. Byrd holder of Tax CertificateNo. grand staircases probably tee number of puppies available blem.LF'A
1174. issued tbe 5th day of Augwt.
A. D. 1929. has flIed same In my office most famed in racing will b! Priced from $35. E. F. Cushman.

and bas made' application for a tax moved forward to the dege of th! Pahokee, Phone 4862 J19ch
deed to be issued thereon. Said certificate I\
embraces the following described' present terrace.
property In the County of Palm Beacb. Traffic flow underneath the WELL DRILLING: See Bob I

State of Florida to-wit: I Douthit. Pahokee, Fla.. Phone
to th
stands from the paddock ?
tots 10 1*. Block 1. El Be Court.
Delray. FU as In P. B. 12. P. :54. standee terrace will stepped up 3S2. July 16n
Belle Glade Phone 20
Tbe assessment of the said proper:' - -
under the said certificate issued was by expansion of the present south FOR RENT: Warm Farm Land

In Unless the name said of certificate Unknown shall be redeemed I passageway. The concrete stand S'a Sec. 14. ((254 acres) next to I I

according to law. the property terrace will be enlarged to the Canal Point Labor ramp, excellent .
dascrlbtd therein will be sold to the north and concession stands re location for getting day labor aid .10. I
highest bidder at tile court house door:
on tile first Monday In the month of arranged. Work on the clubhousethis bean pickers. Phone 584. SJulSctf -

September 1948 which Is the 6th day year will be confined to rcovation ?-

of Dated September.this 6th 1948 day. of August A. D. of the lounge.Present HOGS FOR SALE: All Breeds. Notice To Growers And Stockmen! 1

194*. construction will be any amount. See Crate Tucker

J ALEX ARNElTE.Circuit Pahokee, Fla. 2tp
completed well in advance of theopening .
( Court Se.1lClerk j
of Circuit Court of of the Hialeah racing season
in midJanuaryHialeah officials I
Publish August 6. 13. 20 27. 1.... Pahokee. Fla. 2f I
expressed hope that steel I : and The National Farm Loan Association,

NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR will be available after the 149 I FOR RENT: One House 3 Rooms will hoe representatives at Pahokee and Belle Glade !

(Senate Bin N.. I J1NOTICE season for the next step in the development and bath. One small apartmen- for the of
: IS REREBT GIVEN. ThatC. purpose! interviewing farmers and taking
program: the construction 2 miles north of Canal Point. !
T. Byrd bolder of Tax Certificate
for !
No 14383 Issued tile 4th day of .Ju:". of a new top structure for the Phone 33S4. tf applications their financial 1 requirements. !

A. D. 1M7. has flied same In my office grandstand and extension of the
and baa mad application for a tax
deed to be blued thereon Said certificate building toward the head of the HOrSE FOR NILEFurnished Pahokee: at M. P. Holman. Inc. Fertilizer House on :
embraces the following describedproperty House? with modern electric
In the County of Palm Beach streatch. Enlargement and renovation kitchen Improvements, over Fridays. July end 9th. 16th 23rd 30th and August ;
State of Florida to-wtt: of the clubhouse will be th;
Lota 1 to 12 ins Block 3. El Be third ** acre of land. 100 ft. front 'n 6th and 13th between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and :
major building project.
Court. Delra*. Florida as In P. B
Canal Point road conveniently lo-
12. P. :54 a p. m. i
The assessment of the said property cated. Se* or Call Coach Alley i
under the said certificate issued was The Rev and Mrs. Oliver Hai- Phone 2491. Pahokee. KA27-pd ,
m the name of Unknown: field and son. Kyle, of Bronson.Fla Belle Glade: at the office of Van Landinjrham BrothI
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law. the property are spending a few days In ers! on Thurs layit_ I. July 1st. 8th. 15th. July 22nd. ;
described therein will be sold to the Canal Point. Rev. Hatfield is former I
highest bidder at the court house door CHILLS nvmNE 29th .nd: August 5th and 12th. between the hours of
co the first Monday In the month o'of pastor of the Canal Point Meti-

S..berms.-which is the ttb da. odist Church. He is now pastor of TO 19:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. i j jI

lsDated this 6th day of August A. D. the Methodist church at Bronaon.

Their son. Kyle baa accepted a RWEflDMALARIA Interviews will be appreciated.
3. ALa AR1rl1TE.IC'lreett .
eowt sellCis1 position with the Newport Industries I

d Circuit c-n of here sad will stay in Canal Ss1..r. 6661 i (Any.-I. ..JThe .) .
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I There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per- i I
I son killed facing: traffic three were killed walking: with traf i j
fic. 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 I'
i dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing: f i iI
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MAKE -many times yon are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable i ;
SAf oavsNG hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims ;

A HA$ increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- i i
run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by I
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I. Mrs. Jack Furlong and her aa their house guests this week Mr. and Mrs. 1L-L. Adams have I I The :Misses Lois :Morgan Mary

daughter Miss Corrine Garrett of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Demo and son returned from Georgia where they Helen Hooks. Ona Humphries, and

,,Memphis Tenn., are visiting Mrs. and Mr. Deroo's brother, Frank spent two months with relativesMr. I I Ann O'Connell have returned frori

Furlong's. son-in-law and daughter.Mr. Deroo all of Boston. Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. H. L. Sears and Key West where they visited Miss
and :Mrs. Joe Thompson and Nancy Sterling.
Deroo have purchased a winter family attended the funeral of ,
family here. home at Jensen Beach and Win their nephew. Lt. Hiram S. Patterson Mrs. A. Q. Howell and ber-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kimball of Hollywood Mrs. R. J. Pickren is visiting; spend their winters in Florida. in Almo. Ga., this week. Lt. daughter Mrs. Thomas Lynn are

were the guest this week relatives in :Miami for a few Patterson was killed in England in spending a. few days at Jens t'i
Mrs. J. O. Mansfield and daughter -
of Mr end Mrs. Wiley Tillia They weeks. 1943 during World War II. Beach this week.
Mrs. C. S. Beck of Sanford
were accompanied on their return Mr. and Mrs. Chester Batchelor
and her son Lee Mansfield who .
and --- -- -- --- -- ---- -- -
by her son, Tommy TUlia, who daughter Patsy accompaniedby --- --- --------
has been a patient for several
spent a week here as the guest !f their daughter-in-law, Mrs
months at the Bay Pines HospitalIn
Mr. and Mrs. Tillia and family. Lavon Batchelor and daugbte.-
St. Petersburg the guests
Mra. J. B. Pyles accompaniedby Taya, of West Palm Beach, left this week of Mr. were and Mrs. Ton Bring: us your TIRE TROUBLESTires -.
Mrs. M. Smith of Atlanta arc this week for a two weeks vacation
Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
the this week of Mrs. with relatives in Panama City
guests Pyles' L. Sheppard and family. Lee, who are our business, any size any
and .
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Georgia.Mr. World
received serious injuries in
Mrs. T. L. Burns. Accompanying : and Mrs. Glenn Casey and War 11, recently had his leg amputated type to fit your particular need.PAIJL'S .
Mrs. Pyles from Waycroas, Ga_. children of Charleston S. C. ac- at Bay Pines.
were her mother, Mrs. S. C. Monroe companied by Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mrs. Wm. McCoy, Mrs. John R.
who spent 2 months with relatives Poole also of that city visited
Burdeshaw Jr.. and daughter.
in Waycross and Thomas- relatives in Pahokee this week. SERVICE STATION
Eleanor, and Miss Patsy Jensen
vine and a nephew. Roy Cox of :Mrs. Casey ia the former Mrs.
have returned from Headland.
Waycross. Mrs. Pyles will be ac- Merle Batchelor of this city. CANAL POINT, FLORIDA -
Ala., by Mrs. George Johnson and I
companied on her return by her Edgar Wilder has returned to :
children who visited her parent
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daughter Kathryn Haushalter whc his home here after spending 3 there.
has been the guest of her uncles months in Rochester, N. Y. wherehe
:Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Alexanderand
and aunt here for two months. was employed as a vegetable in-

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bowe and spector. Mr. Wilder will farm with children Peggy. Ronnie ana ..
have returned from Punta
daughter. Ronda, of St. Augustine his brother, C. X* next year. Buddy
Gorda where they attended the 2Office t-
Machine :
spent a week aa the guest of her :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilder air funeral of Mrs. Douglas Willis. HeadquartersUnderwood .,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. W spending the week in New Tor
They were accompanied on their Typewriters +
Young here. Mr. and Mrs. Young City where Mr. Wilder is receiving
return by the Misses Ann Round- Sundstrand Adding Machine .
also had aa their guests her brother medical treatment. Their son. Car- A. :
tree and Jannette Whitehurst also Marchant Calculating Machines .
and sister-ni-Iaw. :Mr. and Mrs. ney, is spending the time with bs| x ... .
i of that city who will be theirguests. A. BDick Mimeographs
Herbert Heath and son Benny of uncle and aunt Mr. and Mra. Cleo + %..
Elberton. Ga., and her brother. Miles at Metter Ga. Elliott Addresso Graphs ,
George Heath of Coral Gables. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alley and Mrs. D. L. Friend of Canal Point + F &: E Check Writers +

),Miss Jean Cruthird, daughter of entered St. Mary's Hospital in
children have returned from a visit
West Palm this week for :
Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Cruthird of with her parents. Mr. and Mrs Beach + ,

Pahokee who is a student nurse Ance Hackney and his parents!!, observation and possibly an opera- ),,. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach J.
at the Alachua County Hospital in tion. Her room is 316 for those .
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Alley of Mc-
Gainesville will leave on August Andrews Ky.. On their return desiring to send cards. .... .: : : ) : .. :..X:.

13th for Philadelphia where sae they visited Dr. and Mrs. J. N. .
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will take training at the Children': Runyon in South Williamson. Ky. --- -- -

Hospital there for three months. Their son, Clyde Alley. Jr.. who
Miss Cruthird will graduate next has been visiting relatives in Mc-

June. Andrews for two weeks returned

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vand('grift, with them.

sr.. have as their house guests this Mrs.. H. J. Anderson has returned -

week her brother H. Dumas Turner from a visit with friends in Mi

and Scott Mitchell of the University ami. She was accompanied to that

*of South Carolina at Columbia city by Jerry and Linda Moller

S. C. Who spent two weeks with her :& s

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd had px
as their week-end guests Mr. and and Mrs. W. O. Stamps and

Mrs. W H. Graham of Crestview. family are spending a vacation in

Fla.Mr. Atlanta Ga. with relatives.
and )(rs. Cleve C. Cruthird Andy Culberson has returned to

received word this week of the Pocomoke City. Md. where he Is

birth of a baby girl to his brother- engaged in the vegetable produce

in-law and sister Mr. and Mra. J. business this summer, after visit-

W. Burton in Loa Angels CaL The ing his family here. -

child has been named, Gather!?* Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Boynton left

Ann. Mrs. Burton .. the former this week for a visit with their

Kin Bertie Cruthird of Pahokee. sons-in-law and daughters Mr.

Miss Margaret Ray of Macon, and Mrs. Max Beverly and child- ,

a ba.. ia the house guest of her aunt ren in Ochlocknee. Ga.. and M:.

Mrs. W. H. Key this week. Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Faulk and daughter -

Key accompanied by her houseguest Cline in Mountain City. Tenn.

and Miss Rose Doughtie an- Mrs. Henry Davis of Gefrfcea.

other niece of West Palm Beao',. Germany flew to Pahokee this R B. (Tilly) Walker .

visited Miss Ray's brother and week to spend several weeks witn

sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. her" mother-in-law. Mrs. Leila

Ray in Miami Tuesday.Mr. Davis. Mrs. Davis was the former

and Mrs. Robert Walker and Miss Gretle Blechschmidt of that Many Thanks

children plan to leave 'this week I city. Staff 5gt Davis met her

'for Panama City where they wM while with the occupation forcesin

visit her brother and sisteruvlaw. Germany. They were marriedin

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanders.Mrs. July. Sgt. Davis plans to returnto , to my policy 1 holders and friends for makingit
,, GeAe Butler has return the States in the early fall having -

from a business trip to Dalton G.,. completed 20 years in the U. posible for me to win top honors and to lead all
While away she visited her son-in- S. Army which entitles him to retirement

law and daughter. :Mr. and Mra. in the State of Florida in the productionof !
Cleo Miles in Metter. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Coburn had agents

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