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:
November 26, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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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Warren Takes Look_Paper Printed ) Airport ContractAwarded

Early This Week

At Future Home In In order that folks associatedwith Slow But Sure! To MiamiConstruction

Florida's No.1 City might The enjoy Everglades a day off and News an FirmJob
The City of Pahokee has never been a"flashinthepan"sort
the trtmmln's at Thanksgiving
of a place. Business men in the thriving city have
TALLAHASSEE Gov.-elect time, the paper is printed early never been of the "blow-hard" type. "Conservative" is th*
this week Wednesday afternoon word to describe the of constructing: an improved
Fuller Warren started town and the majority of its sound
a twod.'lYpreview In fact. Therefore you need not and successful business men. Through the years Paho Palm Beach county airport serving
tour of his future workingand look for Belle Glade-Pahokee kee has made slow but steady strides in the progress of the Everglades area near Pa
living quarters Monday as foot ball results. We are presuming the Lake Okeechobee Region. Today in a quiet rather hokee awarded
was Williams &
guest of outgoing Gov. Millard that these Interested in tile than a flamboyant manner the voice of progress is as-
CaldweD. annual game "f're011 hand to serting itself in more ways than one. New construction is Stockton of Miami Monday.The .
see It. Other news items have under way and more is planned for the future. Here area county commission acted
Warren and his sister :Miss Al- few of the construction items in Pahokee:
been condensed and some left when advised by the Civil Aeronautics -
ma Warren were guests at breakfast -
in the executive mansion. Gov. oat in order that the paper could New City Hospital _....___ 160000.00 Administration that the

and Mrs. Caldwell showed them be printed early.'House -.Sea New Bacom Point Road _______ 175.000.00; Miami finn was low bidder with
around the big house pointing out its $55.912 proposal.On .
New County Airport ______ 159000.00
furnishings of historical interest Of recommendation of Col. L. B.Hickman. .
and generally talking over defici- Magic'ToVisit Bank of Pahokee (Estimated) ? 60000.00 county aviation director

encies and facilities of the man- R. J. Simonson (Res.) ....___ 10.000.00 the commission approved these
eion. Canal Point & V. L. ; Res. changes in policy of operating
Geiger ( ) _____. 3000.00
Later. Warren went to the cap- Palm Beach International airportin
tiol to visit the executive office Pahokee SchoolsThe Mrs. Chas Moran (Cafe) _....._ 2000.00 West Palm Beach:

and all cabinet officers.He Ray Raulerson (Garage) ___ 2000.00 1. Permitting operation of approved -

will attend the state cabinet Bill Culberson. (Res.) __ 5000.00 kinds of flying school
meeting Thursday and visit the Previously flying schools there
famous "House of Magic"Show
Supreme court. Wiley Tillis (Bus. Bid.) ___ 4,000.00 were barred.
will play for the of
Gov. Caldwell's offer of cooperation Chas. Baker (Apt.) ___ 4,000.00 2. Allowing planes to be equipped -
to his successor extended Pahokee and Canal Point and sur- : with radio receivers only rather -

into two of the major administrative rounding areas at the High School' 575000.00 than insisting on two-way radioas
offices. auditoriums of both schools. On has been the case.
Chairman Elgin Baylesa of the November 29. at 8:00 p. m. the All of the above projects are either under way or in 3. Charging landing fees for pri-
state road department invited Al- show will be given at the Canal the planning process at the present.Funeral vate planes weighing more than
fred McKethan of BrooksviUe. who Point School auditorium and o. 5,000 pounds. Heretofore no landing
probably win succeed him to ':a thefollowing- night. November 30. -4 _. files were charged fore private
reception for road department em it will be given at 8:00 p. m. at tie planes.
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ployes Monday night. Pahokee High School auditorium. Boring operations as part of
Gov. Caldwell offered to name This Show was secured throughthe PlannedFor Rardin Is ChairmanOf field surveys for the over-all South
Arch Livingston whom Warrenhas efforts of Principals Wilma Florida flood program have been
designated as his motor vehicle Lence and Clyde Canipe and the Recreation GroupAt started in Dade county with sur-
commissioner to a position as assistant cooperation of the Florida Power Luther KnightLuther vey work going on also in Brow-
to Commissioner John Krl- tft Light Company. Admission ab- a recent meeting of the Can- ard and Palm Beach counties.Col. .
gore for the remaining six weeksof solutely free and the public is al Point Recreation Commute Willis Teale of the Unite
his term. i cordially invited to attend one o- Leonidas Knight. 76. die j Paul Rardin was unanimously States engineer's office at Jacksonville
The annual automobile license the other of these marvelous in a West Palm Beach hospital at so informed the commis
elected as chairman. Other members -
tag sales starting next week is .shows. 8:45: Tuesday night following three sion. He acknowledged receipt of
the biggest single Job of the motor Because of the show's educational months illness and two days ho- I of the committee are: CaulevWetherington. Palm Beach county's $15.000 contribution -
vehicle commissioner and Caldwell aspects a special performance pitalization. He had seemed bettera D. L. Hooks. W. P. toward the preliminarywork.
told Warren "there's a terrific for school children will be held nt few minutes before the end camp. Pope Mrs. Frank Wilson Mrs. A .
pressure over there right now." 2:00 p. m.. November 29. 194. Funeral services will be held Q. Howell T. W. Griffith. The commission tablet, wntho-it
He suggested the new commissioner Canal Point School and 2 00 p. m. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at The playground committee has any decision on its part discussion
. whose term will begin only November 3O. 1948. Pahokee Hign! the Landmark Baptist Church in I temporary plans for building a of a case in which legality of a<-- .
11 days before the license buying School. Canal Point with Elder Ernest Alt- recreational center just north of tions of Raymond Mock a deputy
deadline, "just must know what's With a reputation for thrilling man former pastor of the church. the Canal Point school. School constable of the Belle Glade district
going on." audiences with its almost unbelievable officiating. Burial will be made at I Board Member Carmen Salvatore have been questioned.!
At breakfast with the Caldwellt acts the House of Magic will Porty Mayaca cemetery.Mr. and other members of the board Chairman C. Y. Byrd explained
and Warrens were Mr. and Mrs. B. demonstrate music that travels o.i Knight was one of the Lake have given. the po ahead signal u Mock had been appointed under It
K. Roberts of Tallahassee. anJ a beam of light a lamp illumi- Region's prominent and well far as use of the land is concerned local legislature bill. In a divorce
Frank Wright who wa Warren's n ate d by electricity flowing known citizens. He came to Canal Rardin. as chairman of the committee case recently he said the conntitutioniilitv -
campaign manager.Workmen through the body a "kidnap de Point in 1927 from West Palm will offer plans to the of the bill was questioned -
will start this week on tector" and dozens of other mystifying Beach and operated a mercantile group within the next few weeks. casting doubt on Mock's
a S9.00O job of painting the exterior acts. business for several years. Before I - right to act in nerving" legal pa-
and repairing sagging tim : "Since playing to audiences coming to Florida be had lived in Perfect Record Of pen" .
bers and rotted wood in the 40- otalling over 3.000.000 persons at his native state of Georgia.In But some' commissioner indicated -
year-old mansion- The job win be 'the World's Fairs the house of 1934 he became president of Juniors Is SmashedThe the question could be decided -
finished before Warren U inaugu- i Magic show produced by General Knight and Company.. one of the in court without:: board action -
rated. Electric Company has been greatly Lake Region's largest growers of Pahokee Junior High football .
... I : expanded and has enjoyed further celery, at one time operating celery team's perfect record of no The town of Palm Beach advised:
South Bay Holds : popularity" Principal Wilma farms at Pahokee. Belle Glade. defeats was smeared by a 26 to O it would operate" in the county**
I Lence and Clvde Canipe declared."Its South Bay and :Zellwood He wasa trouncing banded by the Belle request for aid in getting right- Election December 7 performance heretofore hav- member of the Landmark Bap- Glad Junior llama at Belle Glade way for re-routing Ocean Mr
been confined to larger cities of the tist church at Canal Point. Monday night in the final contestof away from the ocean and: along
SOUTH BAY-A town election U. S. and Mr. deMoya. Manager of Mr Knight; Is survived by a the season. the shore' of Lake Worth for ..*nfditance
will be conducted at the South Bay the power company, and we havs wife InOlga Knight- : two This was a return game and the! between Palm Bach and
Town Hall Dec. 7 to name a mayor been negotiating for some time to daughters. Mrs Frank O'Conntl I Belle Glade lad went all out to Lantana.
and three councilman. secure the show for Pahokee and and Mrs. Ray Hawk of Canal avenge' the 6 to O defeat imposed Charities and health work of
The terms of Mayor W M. Jef- Canal Point. Because of the! show's Point: two sons. T. W, Knight d on them by:\ the Imps earlier in the various kind cost Palm B,a-h
fries and Councilmen J. C. Warren. educational benefits, we offered Pahoke and U W, Knight of Belle season. Bobby Schroder the Imp county $348.178 in the year ending
P.J. Fisher and O'Neal Walker art.xrlrln Uf''f' of the school' auditoriumsand Glade: one sister. Mrs. Aleck Baldwin are catbark.' wasn't able to hang Sept 31). the commission was in
*. Candidates names must we are! pleased to announce c>N"a\lor, Ga. on to Carnev Wilder pawes !tor.i formed. The money was spent in
be filed on or before Saturday to now that we nave' the show scheduled .t.fa i day night and was kept prettv wet outlays for care of tndignft chil
h* pU<. lion! books will remain open also 1 "Our invitation is extended to called from Sanford to serve n< throughout the game. eratlons c.f the county health un>'.
until that date. I everyone' to attend the evenirc' pastor of the Church of God .n Sea cperatmg the cour.ty home honfitatan
Those who have filed to date performances and we expect: record Pahokee He and his wife and teenage Mr and: Mrs. Leonard Debronr rther activities for the ind.ff-::
are Jeffrie to succeed himself as crowds." mn will occupy the Church of have as a guest this week his fOnt and ill
mayor I. P. "Bob" Roberts. W. C. W A Glut'l'inldut'- <'tN' of the God par'c>nag on BarfielJ Highway mrther. Mr Lena <->br-ow. cf Mi, --.ea---
Allen Fisher and Warren as candidates House of Magic Show. it a scientist recently vacated by Rev. and ami FUAch. F1L'nKSITPLF.nGF.4
for counolmen. who is willing to explain the Mrs. J. M Gresham and fA.nil!, -.ea The foIJo.Jnln- from Pahokee.
.. ious procedure to beta .ar.1 who have moved to Sanford. Mr and Mm Perry Duke snJMr have been pledged to t*'e
W. M. Du oHo was the guest of audiences and the general public i Rev. Corley has done extensive and Mr. Dan Pa Mr and Mrs. Pettus Lee in Orlando Principals Wilma tense and Qyrt? evangelistic work for tbe Qsurcncf the weekend fishing along: Ow the University ef Florida Robert
Monday and Tuesday. (continued on page 8) God throughout the State. Florid Kf'YW. T. Boland and Jotn C Httton

Page Two The Everglade News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. November 26. 19t&


And youTI get a Jolt out of Joan
Cinematic ChatterBy
pitching woo with Bing on an

Serving the Lake Okeecbobee Farming Region Malcolm Millar island Just for two

Established 1924 Published Every Friday There are five musical hits Introduced

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance : Bing hits the high notes . during the showing that
Joan hits the love notes . andyoulI
t The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Dr. and :Mrs. W. C. Young have hit a happy note in the "king deserve comment. They" are "The

t In Canal PoInt. named the new girl at their home size musical wonder in beautiful Kiss in Your Eyes, "Friendly
Florida a* Second Class Matter
Mountains. "I Kiss Your Hand
Josephine Brooker Young In honorof technicolor "The Emperor Waltz". "

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherGIRL Betty Joe Brooker Mrs. Ida I starring Bing Crosby and Joan Madame "Emperor Waltz" and
"The Whistler and his Dog"You'll
Brooker and the late Henry Brook- Joan Fontaine and featuring a
love this musical treat.
huge cast of players headed by
Williams DeFuniak er.Mr. See at the mo'Vies-Yal.
and Mrs. Harlow Clinton
Roland Culver Lucille Watson.
The Girl Scouts of Canal Point
Sims of Canal Point announce the Richard Hayden and Harold Ver . .
School had their second meeting
Friday afternoon at 3:00 in th- The marriage of Miss Nellwyn birth of a daughter Linda Sue. at milye and due to be screened at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgren

Canal Point School auditorium. Williams daughter of Mrs. Ora W. the Everglades Memorial Hospital. the Prince Theatre this Sunday- jof Miami. O. B. McClure Dan

They stood in their regular HorseShoe Powell of Pahokee. and Capt. Herbert Nov. 20. Monday.This Carpenter and Dr. L. W. Armstrong -

formation and pledged allegiance -. Rivers DeFuniak. son of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cushman of is a different and debonair formed a party attendingthe

to the American Flag and Sara McCracken. West P a I m Pahokee announce the birth of a romantic musical that really kicks Miami-Florida game at Gaines-

also gave the Girl Scout Promise. Beach was announced last week daughter Margaret Jane at the up its heels in true Swiss fashion ville Saturday.

They studied their motto. stogar. by the bride's mother. The wedding Everglades Memorial Hospital.
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promise and the Girl Scout LAWS. took place at the Broadstreet Presbyterian 1-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones of Pa-
The Girl Scout leader is Mrs. Scog- Church in Columbia
hokee announce the birth of a son. -
gin assisted by Mrs. Harrington.The Ohio. Sept. 16.
Dale Allen at the Everglades Me-
Girl Scouts are functioningvery Mrs. DeFuniak is a graduate of
Nov. 18. VFfLORIOA
well. Pahokee High School and a former morial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holmanof
-Billie Nell Stokes. employe of the Atlantic National -
Pahokee the birth ofa
Troupe Scribe. Bank. West Palm Beach.
James Howard at the Ever-
Capt. DeFuniak is a graduate of son
. Memorial Nov. IS.
glades Hospital.
the University of Florida. He serv-
Christmas Party ed in the army during the war and Mr. and Mrs. James T. Rudd of
Pahokee the birth of
announce a
after receiving his discharge, re-
For Church Circle turned to West Palm Beach wherehe son. James T. Jr., at the Everglades

was engaged in business until Memorial Hospital. Nov. 18.

Members of the Simonson-Lair last spring when he re-entered the Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Williams of
Circle First Methodist WSCS. service. The couple are making Miami announce the birth of a POWER U6NT COMPANIC

made plans for their annual Christ- their home in Columbia. S. c.. son. Roy Clifton on Nov. 3. Mrs. tllhfiII
mas party at a meeting at the where he is now stationed. Williams is the former Lois Sow
home of Mrs. C. A. Major Mon- er. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jje
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day afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Anderson Sowder of Pahokee.Salvation .

Mrs. L.V.. Armstrong. Mrs. CHI: OF CHRIST . .
L. J. Fraser and Mrs. William Mc- SclEYnsT

Clenithan will serve as hostessesat "ANCIENT AND MODERN ArmyTo I

the party the time and place -
to be announced.Mrs. I
L. J. Fraser. circle chairman -
is the of the
presided at the business and Salvation Army is making;
Lesson-Sermon which will be read: I
the devotional an effort to furnish toys and food
presented program. in Churches of Christ. Scientist,
:Mrs Inman W. Weeks and Mrs. O. baskets for the needy for Christ-
B. :McClure were named on the throughout the world on Sunday. mas. Pick up of toys will be mad?

hospitality committee.The November 28. in Pahokee and Canal Point next
The Golden Text is: "When the iNr.rAINI.IPfCrAcUtAIIIEW
first chapter of the group'sfall Tuesday. They will be taken to
enemy shall come in like a flool,
West Palm
Beach and and
mission text. "Newnessof repaired
study Mrs. Area the Spirit of the Lord shall lift upa I made ready for distribution on MARVELS OF SCIENCE,
Life" was given by -
standard him" Isaiah
against (
Dec. 23.
niiicit if
and the second
Blakey chapter ty
Mrs. :M. P. Holman. Mrs. Major 59:19). The Salvation Army will make CENERAL ELECTRIC
I Among the citations which comprise -
available small medium and
was assisted with the serving of large
refreshments Mrs. O. D. Car- I the Lesson-Sermon is the sunshine baskets fpr the needy.
following from the Bible: "Oh let Members of the Woman's Clubs CANAL POINT SCHOOL ____mm NOV. 29
penter and :Mrs. R.:J. Schroder co- I
the wickedness of the wicked
come will be called to to town
hostesses. Mrs. George Schroder. upon go
Mrs. C. A. Shive and Mrs. Bordner to an end; but establish the just: and help repair the toys and also PAHOKEE SCHOOL................... NOV. 30
were visitors.Sunday for the righteous God trieth the i to help in distribution of the toys
hearts and reins" (Psalms,:9). I and baskets. BELLE GLADE SCHOOL DEC. 1
-. The Lesson-Sermon also includes !
Have old next
your toys ready
School the following passage from the I' Tuesday.The 8P.M.

I Christian Science textbook, . ..
Enjoys Wiener Roast "Science and Health with Key to
Palm Beach County Singing: /
the Scriptures. by Mary Baker ..
Convention will meet at
Members of the Woman's. Vic- Eddy: "Erring power is- a material Sunday .. 7or
the Landmark Baptist church in
tory Class. First Methodist Sun- :belief a blind miscalled force tae A
Canal Point with R. W. Singletaryin
day school enjoyed a wiener roastand :offspring of will and not of wisdom ._
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charge. The Public is invited. __. :
party on the church lawn of the mortal mind and not

Monday evening marking the end of the immortal . . In Science __ __ _ u_ _ _
of a membership and attendance :you can have no power opposed to

contest. Mrs. Clyde Alley captainof God and the physical senses must .

the losing team and membersof I give up their false testimony. Your PROTECT YOUR BABY WITH

her committee acted as I influence for good depends upon - ..

hostesses. Mrs. R. B. Simonsonwas the weight you throw into the

captain of the winning team. I, right scale. The good you do and:

Approximately 30 members attended I. embody gives you the only power

obtainable" (192:11-13. 19-24).

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I II I Dr. Robert C. Noble


Announces the Opening: Of Offices

I At


265 South Main St., + high quality flat oil paint with power

I I to kill insects throughout the life of the "...

II I Belle Glade paint. DIANOL is distinctive, beautifyI p

ing. Absolutely harmless to humans u


I II www.I . a powder thai .
I can be round with a fiat
..I waIl paint d your own
choice to obtain I&MCSkur --.J
Tuesday Thursday Saturday __

10 a. m. to 7 p. m.

i I : D. L. Hooks Jones HardwareCanal

j : Point, Fla. Pahokee, Fla.

{ No Appointments Necessary

J Richmond Plumbing Co.

. _ u Belle Glade, Fla.

Friday.November 26.1MB The Everglades,News Canal Point Florida Page Three

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z That's right! When you must walk on the highways in rural
; or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road
; :' taxing traffic.

:. '; There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per
son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-
fic. 24 Floridians, lost their lives and 33 were injured walkingthe

wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
../1 daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and I
... dark hours.Six more people lost their lives merely standing :

Mr. MotoristX'- \ in the road.
o.: Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways
r /MAKE 0"' -many times you are hard to see Then, too, the despicable

SAFE DVV1NG ; 'f it.and rull--drl-I: _still at large-his numbers and his victims -
increasing. in the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-.
.- run-accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by

:4 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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! DON'T TAKE CHANCES The Everglades News

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Prep rd by AtocUd 0.
Paul I Rardin Publisher
.f Hood. the Florid PTM Asses ,
e.t ..nd the N.Hon.l COft''',.
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida
Friday, November 26, 1WS
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Ever Meet Your Shadow? Mrs. McIlwain Is I ---- --- --- --- -- -- --

Honored At PartyMrs.
Bring us your TIRE TROUBLESTires -.

E. F. Mcllwain entertained -
at her home on Bacom Poi .c are our business, any size, any
Road recently with open house
honoring Mr. Mcllwain's mother. I type to fit your particular need. 'IPAIJL'S
Mrs. Betty Mcllwain. who was cel- 'I
ebrating her 82nd birthday anni- I

versary. Among the many friends
who dropped in to pay their re-
spects during the day were Mrs.
Mary McArthur Mrs. Emma ,
Wheeler Mrs. Julia Chandler Mr.
J. B. Cruthirds and Mrs. C- H.

Tillis. The honoree was presentedwith

lovely bouquets of flowers
jifts and a shower of birthday

Following this event the Mcllwain -
home was the scene of a

family reunion, with relatives and
tiw.N..tea a ;N av yy: .
q.rAY Y friends arriving from far and near.
.y2.rye FOR and
yAX :- empties automatically.Washes .
+ Among these were Mrs. Betty Mc
: 3+.' YAn*Ax'li.Y yak 1: 4r v ..v+4 llwain's son, CoL S. W. Mcllwain. : 11 .....of clothes In less Nana half

and his daughter Shirley Katherine : hoots cleaner., whiter.
of Toledo Ohio; her daughter. ...
Mrs. Clarence Schultheiss, of HighPoint Gives 2 rinses with "Live-Water action.
How a man may shake hands with his shadow will be among the .
N. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. F.Mcllwain .
amazing demonstrations of the "House of Magic" Show brought here :
: Spins cjolhes damp dry.
Mr. and Mrs. HarriJ
through the efforts of School Principals Clyde Canipe and Wilma '
Lence and cooperation of Mr. deMoya. manager for Florida Power Patten and son and Mrs. Lucilte i S.If-balancing-needs no bolting down.
.Light Company. The public is invited to attend the "House of Magic" Perkins, all of Miami; Mr. and -!=
Show and admission will be free. Performances will be held at Canal Mrs. Kenneth Murdock and daughter Self-cleaning porcelain inside and out.
Point School Auditorium at 8:00 p. m.. November 29 1948 and Paho Mary Catherine, and Mr. and
kee High School Auditorium at 8:00 p. m., November 30. 1948. Mrs. Ralph Wood and daughter. Can be hand-controq.d for special jobs.Waric.

A - --------------------------------------------------------------. Diana, all of Moore Haven.

Mission Groups In MEMORIAL SERVICE Mrs. Betty Mcllwain accompanied -
her daughter Mrs. Schultheisg,
Regular MeetingsThe Members of the Pahokee Chap back to High Point for a visU

ter Order of Eastern Star, will there.

regular monthly meeting of conduct a special memorial servics ;

Canal Point WMS was held at the I in t' e Masonic Hall Sunday Nov. Courtesy Program
church Monday night. Plans were 28. at 3 p. m, honoring the memory
made for observing the Lottie of Mrs. Esther LeFils past Honors Rainbow GirlsThe l

Moon Program and for a party to past worthy patron members of R
be held Early in December.Mrs. the chapter who passed away re- Misses Yvonne Fraser, Del- y

Atkins brought a very interesting cently. Mrs. Mabel Young associate lona Jones and Louise Hamilton. r
program on the missionary conductress of the Chapter, past worthy advisors of the Paho-

work in Asia and the Island I 1 I will be in charge of the service. kee Assembly of Rainbow Girls
of the Sea. A study course will be were presented with pins and were .

held Tuesday Nov. 30. Mrs. Nei Mrs. A. R. HarringtonIs honored at a special courtesy pro-
Kocher will be the Teacher. gram conducted by the Rainbows S
Mrs. Wade Ammons was Hostessto New Council Head in the Masonic Hall Monday nigh qcfi

members of Annie Jones Circleof After the honorees were introduced -

Canal Point WMU. Chairman Mrs. A. R. Harrington of Canal and escorted to the East the

Mrs. Ann Geiger conducted the I Point was elected president of the presentation of the pins was made 's

business meeting. Mrs. Kocher Pahokee-Canal Point Council of by Nancy Thomas and Jean
gave the devotional. Mrs. Mercer Church Women at a recent council Friend acting as fairies. Miss
gave an interesting talk on conditions meeting at the Pahokee Fir Barbara Wilkinson sang a vocal
'" as seen by our missionariesIn Methodist Church. solo and the Misses Carol Snyder

foreign countries. Refreshments Other new officers elected were and Anna Lee Hurt, a duet, accompanied
were served to 17 members. Mrs. Norman Kf'nnedyice president at the piano by Miss '

Mrs. Arnold Scruggs entertained ; Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux secretary Rita Fay Hurt. Mrs. Pearl Hamilton ; Thi/f .
the members of lone Patterson and Mrs. M. P. Holman. past mother advisor, was presented ( i1
Circle Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. treasurer. Chairman of standing with a gift.

s. Chastain was in charge of bus- committees were named as follows' Miss Sibyl Jensen worthy advisor

iness and Mrs. Weatherington hal: Mrs. R. F. Hurt world relations; presided at the meeting.

the program. Mrs. Curtis Chase, world day of Refreshments were served by the
Misses Carol and Ann Le L.w.shdtty
prayer; Mrs. Jack Phillips. ChristIan Snyder .
Miss Nancy Stevens. Florida social relations; Mrss. C. L Hurt assisted by Mrs. Mabel

State University student, has gore Shirley, chain of missions; Mrs Young mother advisor.
to Hendersonville. N. C. to attend ..4. .
B .Elliott, migrant mission work. ,
the wedding of her brother W. A. Mrs. F. M. Wilson presided in Sam Lovell and Billy Stuckey "

Stevens. Jr, of Pahokee and Misa: the absence of the retiring president University of Florida Students, are .
Martha Suddeth of Hendersonvillewhich Mrs. John A. Dulany. A program spending the holidays with their!
will be held in that city today on "Peace Is My Reaper- parents in Pahokee.

(Friday). Edgar Wilder of Pa bility was presented by Mrs. J. S.
hokee will also be present as Mr. Chastain. retiring chairman of the- NOTICE
Stevens' best man. world relations committee.- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tht
i pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296
Law of Florida Act of 1937. known
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as the MURPHY ACT. the following
described land In Palm Brach County !
Florida will be offered for sale at
public outcry for the highest and bestcash
bid subject to the right of the
s Trustees. of the Internal ImprovementFund ?
to reject any and1 all bids. at the
...... rteei u.. Courthouse beginning at 10 00 Clock / .
A. M on the 29th day of December 1948 ,
'I As to land outside any municipality
Ai.,. Fj.a trains easement for road right of way 200 feet
wide win be reserved from any parcel --
through which there Is an existing
Fester Sc.4U.lesDies.
tate road As to all land outside the
corporate limits of any municipality a.
eI of this date title to one half of all
rwer ,; petroleum and three fourths of other
mineral will be referred, If lands are
within Mid corporate limits as of this
S.Htb R..dbed date the reservation applie but privilege -
to explore: mine and develop wil
be conducted on and under land only
with the consent, of the surface owner wont goes out t IN] window wiwn M.e mew
DESCRIPTION Sec Twp Rc e rrigidoir rV.y-Awtomartc Wadwr com** In the door. You
Lot 1. Block 32. North
Lake Worth! as tn |lint pvt In clothes and sapp* *.! the dial...and forget itl
PB 5 Ps U&49.: 15 44 43 I Then in UM than a half-hour cfcXto are washed don.
Lot 18 Block 32. North
Lake worth: as In whiter, and sewn dry .. torn. ready for irorang InwnooV
1 PB 5 Ps 48 49 15 44 43 atly.lhafs oil ..... b to R.BOE'S .
Lot 9 Block 36. North
Lake worth as. In
PB 5 Po U&49 IS 44 43
Lot tke 10. Block Worth 36 as North la c",1'/ -& lHmtJlldntltPIII

PB S PK. 48 A- 49 IS 44 43
Lot 16 Block 41 North
You enjoy the superior s ..d. saf.tT and restful smoothness Lake Worth a* In
01 nondl2 s only double iJack rg"t. when you travel'tact PB S P Lots 14 A: Ie Block: 20. '
CO Through Suearliners daily 10 both New Ycrir and the PS' S IV 4* Ac 49 IS 44 43 .f{
Lot 16 Bock :27 North Irt oe l Ark Frtedel.. FLark
Eos. and to Chicago and Mid W..t. C"'DI 'usury lake Worth as in
coach and Pullman service 10 local or distant desunahaas. PB S Pre 48&43: IS 44 43 teoNIC (xoTNII sane
Let S Brock 33 North 4W............... tw ee..... -......-
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...... .. STATE J *:... OP**Tjette FLORID Agent Tru.te.s
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Six The everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday November 26. 1SHS;:

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Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padget Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott left :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullis have
Florida First CitizensGovernorelect \ have as guests over the holiday Thursday for a two month's visit moved into the residence vacate
weekend their daughter. Miss Joy with relatives in Temple Belton by :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock
Padgett University of Florida student and Houston. Texas.
and their son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott enroute -- -- - -- -
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pad- to the homecoming game *n
gett also of Gainesville. Gainesville Saturday were accom-
Local Masons who attended the panied as far as Sanford by :Mr.:
annual class reunion at the consis- and Mrs. Clark Stapler who viist- CELEBRATIONNov.252627
tory in Lake Worth Sunday were ed relatives in that city. ,
John Bolton. Perry Hall Ozell Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brooks had
Seen, Ellsworth Keen. Homer as guests Monday Mrs.Jane Lang-
Barnes and Dan Carpenter.Mr. aenkamp and Mrs. R. T. Gallion of ESTA
and Mrs. Robert Walker and Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. .
.s children and W. P. Walker were D. W. Cunningham and
weekend guests of the latter's son- son. Larry returned home Wednes-
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. day morning from Rocky Ford
Frank Weathers in Miami. Ga.. where they were called 3

Nancy Hillier Carol Carpenterand weeks ago by the serious illness of DEL
Stella Sue Barnes enjoyed a her father W. R. Enecks. Mrs.
beach party at Lake Worth Sun- Cunningham reports her father to
be much improved.Dr. .
Joseph Kahn entertained and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong
Friday with dinner party honoring had as dinner guests Thanksgiving SQL
her son. Alfred on his tenth birthday day her sister Mrs. W. H. Bowers.
anniversary. Out-of-t o w r. and daughter Blanche Elizabeth
guests included John and Richard of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Pete"
Baxt and Stephen Rotter of West Chiviges of Benton Harbor. MIC}.. ::
Palm Beach. and Pahokee.

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy Assistant Lake Worth Higa
bad as guests last weekend her School Principal Charles Stanfield
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield and daughter Suzanne -

.h Hw F Mrs. W. G. Morris of Delray were Thanksgiving Day
Beach. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin Fun For The Whole
in Canal Point. Mr. Stanfield is
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gay and
Mrs. Rardm's cousin.Prince Family
Mrs. Jean Sauvel of Miami visitel:
his brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
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and Mrs. J. C. Mock in Pahokee Fireworks Parades
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Fuller Warren (left) who will be Florida's first last weekend while enroute to Street Dancing
citizen politically after the inaugeration January 1st congratulatesWalter Gainesville.
L. Hays who has just been selected Florida's first citizen Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Guthrie had TheatrePahokee Free Acts Carnival
civically having been elected president of the Florida State Chamber as guests Sunday their son and Santa Claus
of Commerce. Hays is president of the American Fire and CausallyCompany
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
one of the South's leading insurance organizations with Norwood Guthrie of Miami. Golf Football Rides
Home Office in Orlando Florida. Hays has been associated with the FloridaSundayMonday
Florida Chamber of Commerce for fifteen years as Director and mem- Cadet Kenneth Mcintosh of
ber of the Executive Committee.Mr. Florida Military Academy. St ------ Co.-Wide Amateur
------------------------------------------------------------------ is his
Petersburg visiting parents.Mr. .
Thomas J. Holmes accompaniedby and Mrs. H. M.! McIntosh in Contest

I his son. James Alfred Holmes, Pahokee through the holidays.Mrs. Nov. 28-29

returned to Goodwater. Ala.. Mon- G. C. McLarty is spendingthe ; Special hotel rates will
day after a visit with his son-in- holidays with her brothersinlaw -
be available duringthe
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. and sisters. Mr. and Mrs.
M. DuBose in Pahokee.Mr. Cohen Blakey. in Orlando and Mr. "The Emperor celebration. Con-

and Mrs. Dale Burkhart of and Mrs. Charles A. Baker and Mrs. W. H. Kendrick. in Bar- tact Fiesta headquarters -
Chicago. Ill were guests of Mr. and infant daughter. Linda Carol: tow. Waltz"starring
and Mrs H. J. Clause over the of Gainesville arrived Wednesdayto for reservations.
weekend.Mr. spend the Thanksgiving holi-

and Mrs. L. G. Aldermanand days with her parents. Mr. and Welcome the Season
son, Tripp have returned froma Mrs. B. W. Wood in Pahokee and Classified Ads Bing Crosby, at

visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. E his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Joan FontaineIt's
Cocio in Sarasota.Mr. Baker in Canal Point. LAKE WORTHDon't

and Mrs. D. W. Young haveas Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Belk and FOR SALE: New and used Willys ( in technicolor
guests this week bis brother-in- children spent Thanksgiving in MIami Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In Miss The Fiesta!.
with his Mr. and Mrs. Belle Glade. Phone 126. - -- --
law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Aim parents. Jllcb --------
Pomar. of St. Augustine W. J. Belk. who were celebratingtheir --

H. L. Speer was a business visitor fiftieth wedding anniversary.Mr. SEPTIC tanks and grease traps .
in Jupiter Monday and Tuesday.H. . and Mrs. R. O. Lampi and cleaned and repaired. Place II
J. Clause is spending a weekat children are spending the holiday 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. KITe I :
the Ocala National Forest. weekend with her parents. Mr. and
While he is away"Mrs. Clause and Mrs. C. B. Williamson in Tampa.R. .
Douthit. Pahokee FUu. Phone !
grandson. Jack Stanley are visiting Y. Jacob of Uniontown. Ala.
3872. July 16cn Thanksgiving Turkeys
her son-in-law and daughter was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. i iI

Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds in Sac- M. DuBose the past week. WE COVER FURNITURE: : Let I

ford.Mr. Among those attending the Flor- us make your slip covers or upholster PHONE 649 TODAY -
and Mrs. Thadd Whidden ida-Miami homecoming game in your furniture reasonably .

and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alderman Gainesville Saturday were Mr. and priced in leather or Fabric. Raleigh ORDER EARLY! K
have returned from a visit in Cuba. Mrs. T. S. Kirk and sons. Don Mock, 1214 Belle Glade Road Pa. i
Mrs. D. W. Cunningham has Hillier Clarence Maxwell. Elmer hokee. K-Dec. 3. ., I I
been appointed first grade teacherat Jones and S. F. (Dick) Parrish. FREE-FREE -One Can of Ocean II
the Pahokee Elementary Schoolto Mrs. Constance Shive of West ROOM & BOARD day week or '
fill the vacancy left by Mrs. Palm Beach is spending the holi- month. Mrs. Maude Boatwright." I Spray Cranberry Sauce with '
Lois Mock when she moved to day weekend with her sister-in- located next to the Pahokee Mett.-
Each ;
Houston. Texas. law. Mrs. C. A. Shive. in Pahokee. odist Church. St. N-12 TurkeyUpthegrove !

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wetberin Milton Carpenter University of
FOR SALE: 1948 New Buick
ton. Jr.. have returned from a visit Florida Student is the guest of
with relatives and friends in ),fi- hi! parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. SurerStationVagon.. $28OO, Market i
never been driven, radio and ac i
ami. Carpenter this weekend. ]
cessories. Phone 502. Belle Glade. ,

From where I sit .ly Joe Marsh merchandise A home ,and fish and income poultry general Cod Nov. 12 I ,I:

.. ---.. Storage will accomodate several -
thousand pounds of food. 6 living
located Bel'
rooms connected on
Glade-Pahokee highway at Fla. n _ __ _
Television the Farm - - -
on East Coast railroad crossing. 100

ft. frontage Just outside of city !
--y limits of Pahokee.
Back Child home Was become day be as much part of American going business room for Poultry Shrubs and TreesALL :
mighty popular ever since h* got home and farm life as the temperate house. priced right. Some term
: For Sale by Owner. Phone TiO*>.
beer that Buck
glass serves
that television set one of the few
and the h with it. Pahokee. P. O. Box 395 Canal VARIETIES AT RETAIL
eta in oar town outside of .\ad, l'ita1ityt.h3t goes Point. Fla.
Garden Tavern. And from vhere I sit anything
that add to gracious liiinc in FOR <*.\I.E: Missionary: varieties
Not only do the kids stay home Authorized Sales and Service :
for strawberry plant, sw or call
kt Americs-brigs folk together
nights, but the neighbors drop
to see uhatever's being telecast. temperate, ooirt entertainment John Dragon Phone 33O1 or OM.. JACOBSEN POWER AND
And Buck and the missus always is a boon to thin borne-lo\isg land Oct. 29 41c
make then welcome with a mellow of our. (We're thinking of buying HAND LAWN MOWERS

glass of beer or ale (with cider and a tele\i Uk>n set ourselves!)

cookies for the youngsters). CHILLS ft RVHt

that television still has far to go. 8c- jILt wi! Open Wednesday and Saturday attenoooM

. its not hard to we that it will seine REUEYEDtY 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm BeackPage .


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Crossing into the danger zone can occur at the approach to '

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t' driving! Accident records show that about one half of all

fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such aw
Mr. Pedestrian these

I WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to
::1 others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" ;

I. LIVE where lurk injury-and death. .

: LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being ,

one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the II

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Eight The News, Canal Point, Florida Friday November 26 194?

Lions Hear ReportOn Plans Are Made To Mock Family In

Official's VisitAt Send Protegee Gifts Reunion In PahokeeA

the Tuesday luncheon meeting Members of hte Lottie Moon reunion of the Mock familywas
of the Pahokee Lions Club a Circle. First Baptist WMU: at a held recently at the home of
report on the talk by Eugene meeting at the church Monday aft- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock honoringMr.
Briggs, Lions International pre.:- ernoon made plans to send Christmas and Mrs. Kenneth Mock wno
dent at the George Washington I I gifts to Miss Dorothy; Thompson are moving from Pahokee to make
Hotel. West Palm Beach Friday protege of the Pahokee WMU: their home in Houston Texas.
was given by Jess 3.1. Elliott. 'at the Baptist Children's Home in Others attending were Mrs. Car-
President Manning I. Keen reported Arcadia. olyn Thompson of Orlando Mr.
j.t" ., on Brigg's talk at Cor.J Flans were also made for weekof and Mrs. Ed Shoeppel and childrenof
,, Gables Friday evening. Others prayer observance starting Nov. Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
: <; :
; ;A. from Pahokee who heard the in 29. It was announced that :Mr?. Gay Mrs. M. A. Gay and :Mrs. G.
> .. spiring words of Sir. Briggs wer? Stella :Mullis will be in charge of T. Clements, all of Miami, and Mr.
.,, "
: Mrs. M. I. Keen. Mrs. Jess :M. Elliott the special observance program oa and Mrs. Rupert Mock and child-
.. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chas, Monday. The observance will end ren of Pahokee.Mr. .
Edward A.Jensen and A. C. Santo. with an all day; meeting at the and Mrs. Kenneth MOCK
The club gave its official ao- church Friday with a covered-diah left Thursday for Houston where
,-. proval of the RDB zoning plans f D* luncheon at noon. Mrs. J. C. :Mock he will be employed by the State
Palm Beach County. Curtis Chase will be in charge of the program. Engineers for Flood Control.
urged Pahokee Lions to go all out Miss Elizabeth Caraway com- .-
in the sale of tickets for the benefit pleted the presentation of the Betty Lou Pickett Barbara
How a rapidly spinning W can be topped"while ia fan motion is one
sf the many fascinating demonstration: m the General Electric "House circus and variety show being group's mission study of"Light for Wroten and Margaret Powell university -
s f Mapc" science how.: Revolving 900 time a minute it become only sponsored by West Palm Beach the Whole World." Mrs. L. M. students are spending the
aa i-ii net bloc making it impossible for engineer to study its: action Lions at Wright Field Dec. 14-15- Mullis, chairman, presided at th; Thanksgiving holidays with rela-
uwd'ie onsrais at!VII cad: 16.
,, business. tives here.
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times that of- the iocajjdescer.t -- - -
'House Of Magic' To- I--= ;
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"Compared to the jet-propelled
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Canipe stated, in describing its plane which will radically changeour
of travel", commented
educational '
advantages. -
ly all of the Practical'I''I' Principals Wilma Lence and Clyde
strations, it was pointed Canipe ""the inventions we will aa
at this show will Since
shortly changeour V-J More Thair
connected with the subjects of i Day
physics, chemistry and related I way of living. Here at first
hand, we will see marvelous ma-
sciences studied by school children
chines which will add further com-
fort to our homes, more efficiencyto
* Among the many amazing sightsat our businesses and, undoubtedly, New
the show spectators will see a 132,500 Telephones
extra years to our lives; The House
man walking away from his shadow .
of Magic Show deserves to be
the world's first sun-motor of "
its size and kind and a miniature .
train which obeys spoken com- -
mands. SERMON TOPIC Added in Florida
Stroboscopic light which flashes The First Methodist Church of
Pahokee announces that the pastor
off and on too quickly for the eye
Rev. C. T. Howes will use as
to detect the change is used to
sermon topics next Sunday as follows -
make a disk which is whirling at
the rate of 900 revolutions a : Sunday 11:00 a. m. "Can $55,000,000 of new facilities have been
Man Be Justified With God?". At
minute seem to stand stilL Spin- 7:30 p. m. the subject will be- provided for more and better service
ning rainbows melt and fade into "Why Tarriest Thou?". There will
each other with infinite variety be special music by the senior!"
is choir in the Morning Service and
thrown when bue on another stroboscipic disk light covered by the Youth Choir at night. Look; at the record of telephone growth But in spite of the growth in business

with a crazy pattern in fluorescent .- .. In Florida about two-thirds as many telephone earnings continue to

paint. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Green and new telephones have been added in be dangerously low. This is because
Mrs. H. B. Thompson of Vidalia
The light of the firefly is imitated Ga.. will arrive in Pahokee this the past three years as were in I8nthe amount of money paid out to fur

in light produced by chemicals. weekend for a visit with Mrs. Or* lee in Florida in 1945. This ph.nish yon service has increased at *
It is a cold light, but the cost of W. Powell and her mother, Mrs M.
producing it is some 25,000,000 Thompson. nomenal progress was possible only faster pace than the amount of money;

through the all-out effort of telephone taken in.Southern.
folks to meet the increasing needs of Bell's greatly increased

I I the state. investment in Florida is evidence of

:yes, Florida's telephone service bas our faith in the state and its people.

DisplayingNew really gI'OWD-not only in size but in Future expansion and improvement

value as well, for you can now can of the service will require many more

; many more people and many more can millions of dollars of new money. This

can you. A total of more than 356,000 will have to be financed, as in the

MerchandiseFor Southern Bell telephones are now past with money furnished by invest

I serving the state. Floridians are makon who may be expected to provide
I ; ing"a monthly average of 2,142,000 the necessary capital, only so long aa

I long distance calls which is 55% they receive a fair return on their

I greater than in 1945. The daily avermoney.. That's why if s so necessary

Iii age of local calls made by our Florida that telephone rates sufficient; to

I ii i Christmas Customers is 2,309,000 as compared pay today's increased operating cost

! fi to 1,453,000 in 1945. and provide a reasonable return to
! I
But thaf only part of the story. those who have invested their savings
; !
j A vast amount of new construction in the business.

: ; Come In Today, Make Your Selections was added in order to install and Telephone rates in Florida are not

1 serve these telephones. sufficient to meet today's costs and
From A Full Stock And
i i Since V-J Day, 15 new buildings assure the Company's ability to ren-
I :
Use OurLAYAWAY have been constructed and 19 buildder good service. That fa why we are

:4 I Ings substantially enlarged providing now before the Florida Railroad and

more than 327,735 square feet of adPublie Utilities Commission seeking

j PLANt ditional floor space. And central office rates that will enable us to continue to

equipment has been installed making provide you with good and dependa,
i Small Deposit Holds Any Article possible a greater expansion of 8erv.ble service.

I ice facilities throughout the state.
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Nearly a thousand new long distance

circuits have also been added to handle 1"1.. 'B. %)..&,

' more calls more quickly. Florida Manager

: : CHANDLER'SPahokee


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