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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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February 20,1948CIRCULATING PUBLISHED u. j.Y' IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RAFtDIN



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY





Methodists Plan County Winners On County Council Of I Visiting Hours Are Labor Center At

National HookUpPalm Set For Hospital

Pahokee Revival Parent & Teachers ''Canal Point Will

Beach County will be represented Officiate] of the Pahokee hospital :

on the "RFD America" Held In PahokeeMrs. announce visiting hours for- On March 6th
Starting SundayWeek
I hour of the Mutual Broadcasting I that institution.: Private a r d Open

semiprivate rooms may be visited] _
System on March 11. A Florida
in the from 11 until
a. m.
morning
of Special Services at team of three won a trip to Chicago E. J. Shea of West Paln! Barring a freeze or other crop
non. In the afternoon from 3 p. rr
First Methodist Church. Pahokee to participate in the broad Beach was re-elected president of disaster the Canal Point Far:t
tntil 4 wards and
p. ni. private
cast. They are: Eater Erickerson the Palm Beach County Council
beginning next Sunday. Dr. Allen semi-private rooms be visited. Labor Supply Center will 1"opt'n
of Canal Point. Ernest VanLand- of Parents" and Teachers at a PTA may
W. Moore. D. D., native of Birm- The same holds good for the hour ed on March 6. according to an
held in
Council
ingham of Belle Glade and Mik-" County meeting
I between 7 and S at night. announcement made today by the
ingham. Alabama graduate of Machek of Delray Beach. the Pahokee high school auditorium -
.. Pahokee Authority. Th"
Birmingham Southern College. --. Tuesday with members :of -- --- Housing
decision to this Center was
now general Evangelist of The I the Pahokee PTA acting as hos*a. open
Methodist Church with his home Exposition Will Other new officers elected for the Canal Point Given made at a special meeting of the,
Board if Directors ht'ld.t'n.! -
. in St. Petersburg, will lead the I ear Wf'rf'Ir!:. J. D. Hemphill o!!
<1iv night to consider request! *
services.Dr. Be Better Lake Harbor vice pr'sidt'nt11"; In New Book
Bigger Space r"ade bv' numerous interestedgrowers
Moore was the youngestman T. H. Glis5on ofCest Palm Bead'
for its opening In order to
to ever b> elected a general treasurer: Mrs. Jack A. Sutor of
house lalior needed! to harvest tar
Evangelist of The MethodistChurch. Than Ever Before West Palm Beach secretary, an 1 I i"Lake Okeechobee""Of
prim crops in this area. It wit!.
He has served as District 3lrs.V.. L. Shirley: of Lake Worth
:TS in the pa"t. lw used for the
Superintendent, pastor of Fir : | historian.
Plans for the Palm Beach I considerable importance to housing of negro agriculturalworkers.
Methodist Church. St. Petersburg, i! Following a brief concert by th-
of First County Exposition to be held at the Lake Okeechobee rgeion was .
for six years then pastor ;, Pahokee High School Band under"
I The Cam Point Center has been
Morrison Field from February 28 the establishment at Canal Pont
church :
Methodist Church Dallas a the direction" of Robert O.
with 4500 members. He has been through :\ (' 7 have exceeded allexpectations ; Lamp'the on March 11. 11>24. of The: Eve-- closed since(' September :?n. 1!11.,
meeting was opened by Mr*.
R. P. ; } News of much when it \\-,,; flooded! as a result of
identified with the Evangelistic according to 'D. W. Cunningham Pahokee PTApresident glades a newspaper
life! of the church throughout his Hill and Lamar Allen CoChairman who introduced theygnests influence" say A. J. Hanna an'l lKathtAn the hurricane on September ]..
Hanna During the past few wt"t"k.incr
of the coauthorscf
Exposition.Sale Abbey
mini..try.Vhile in St. Petersburghe Mrs. Hemphill gave the d"-
of to exhibitors "Lake Ok'chobtt''en the flood waters receded from the
pace iis prin ;
served as chief of the Chaplain's votionals.
Corps of the St. Petersburgdefense progressed to the point where it f the Everglade." The book which site of the Center repair of the
Mrs. Shea announced that the will be the Bobb- Center buildings has been done
area, also as president cf has been necessary to add three published by
State PTA Convention be heM and is being continued In orderto
the Ministerial Association.Dr. more buildings to take care of the Merrill Company on February 21
in West Palm Beach in Novemberand have the whole Center avail-
tells of Canal Point
:Moore is listed in"ho' increasing number of exhibitors. the story as
Who in America. He was trustee of Speaking of the plans for the requested that all PTA mem- an early settlement "That spwnr ble for occupancy by the announc-

the Methodist Hospital in Dallas Exposition in future.years.. Mr. bers in the courts-1e assessed 20 tip in the ra'v-grass lan.i erring date.Responsibility.
cents to help finance the conven became "the of th.cattle .- for the operationof
chairman of the Board of Evangelism Hill stated. The response of manufacturers today center
tion. She named Mrs. G. Brubak(':".
the Canal Point. Everglades and
of the North Texas Confer- distributors, agricul- kingdom
ence. He has been in great demandas tural and commercial people makeit Mrs. Louis Frazier Mrs. Sutor. The era of the tar-paper !'hantyand Pahokee Farm Labor Supply Centers

a commencement and after din- evident that this not only be of Mrs. E. C. Boozer and Mrs. .1. floating grocery store was afar was assumed by the Pahokee

ner speaker. For several years lie an annual nature, but should be loses on the auditing committee.It cry from the thriving town Housing Authority on October IK.
Workof permanent in character and func- was also! announced that a PTA that is Canal Point today the I'M'after the Labor Branch of
the
has given full time to
through the :Meth- tion the year round. It is our hoop regional meeting will be conductedin book states. The city was destined the Production! and :Marketing: Ainu -
Evangelism
dist Churches of the South hating that the Palm Beach County Exposition Vero Beach on March 5 with to stiffer many hardships! and ni. t rat ion. USDA ceased operation -

held New Life Meetings and will develop to a point I both national and state officers manv glories before it stood solidly of thee and five other permanent -

Revival Services in most of thelarge vhere we will have permanent expected to be present. The Lake on its two feet as an important centers in Florida. The

churches of Florida. buildings and committees. The: Harbor PTA won the attendane"continued Florida town. The building of the Everglades, and Pahokee Centers

Walter B. (Bill :Mann also of Count. has many interesting products I ( on page S) West Palm Beach Canal and the r-avo continued uninterrupted operation

Birmingham is a musician of unusual to exhibit in addition 'to th" -- -- establishment of the Florida Com- since that date. J. '\'. Van

ability having a varied experience many State and Federal displav "Heidi" Is ComingTo :i mission Company with its 3.7OO is employed a.- ?ecr tarv-Trea- urer

in chorus work soloist that: we can attract that will give I acres of cattle land added! murvi anti JxN'utinirf'f t.r t>f tuthonty. *

worth-whiV The EvergladesHeidi Canal Point's stature \ .
and in directing the music in r- the public a pictureof I I to
the and developmeri* : "Lake Okeechobee; : Wellsprinf
vival services. In addition he worksin progress I I - -------
of the county" !i is coming to the stare ;>f the Everglides": tells the history
with work n
assisting personal
the Young People and Children's Plans are going forward to provide the Everglades Theatre in B< ll" ,'f these ventures and their Mrs. Wedffworth Is

work. elaborate entertainment whist: 'Glide nn February 23rd. This ,cff"'ts on Caial Point An intTes OutstandinVoman

There will ho St'r'iCt'9ch da'!* will h<' sponsored bv the civic chins stage show is being presented tv ,iijr. section of the b v>k i is devotod -

rext week except Saturday: at of We=t Palm Beach according the famous fla-e Tr,'" Major to the fliccu.wion of t'mte i Farmer In Florida

G. Allen O'Xeal. and mn-v rove <"hdren: > Theatre of New Into 'tntD'nartrn'rt rf Agriculture
There
1O-OO: a, m. and 7:3O p. m.
will b.> good music, good Mngin,;. I( tie an-1 prie will h.aW:1rl..t und l lr the : it-pues of the loenl fin'itncs; which r"'ir.t..1 l out that Mr Ruth W...lsrorth of Belt.J!

is -**d off"r'd dunnsr the position Business and! Professional Wom Canal Point iJl the only region :n Glade! has been named the "\\'hm.an
jr>od preaching. Every one coiihallv
invited to ('omE'11.1 enjoy I ,which will be open to the p'ihd: en's Club wIth the Pahokee B P \\'. the t nit".1 Stavh.er*. sugarcane cf the Year" in Florida aprl4ltur -

the services.Mrs. from 2 to r. p. ri. and 7 to 1O p. milallv. .. cooperating.As will n..r and po to seed, j i' \ bv the Prr>pr "sMve Karnfr. -

there is no m"re p"t. nt reeularlv. T'i
'h I The first lit of manufacturer: ",,,tho
Ponton Given I wto will exhibit were: ann->'inc:.' i the n P '\'. O.ih :.? p-'n' .more. "arup"r han th,- avenge ; I"' 5; un', -ttanfling grovirrs and

I todav Mii Quitmtn. 'hair>n"t..icf nrirg;: f.- prr.l-O-tione .'1f t- \. eM in 1.'li.'Y':1. has male fi'iite a name for Piers -

Recognition By OES ; that i'jsii'n. a;; follows:: Hitfi C1i.Jr"n's! Th..atre. Theseh.ov.: ; The f'..nal I'oirt Camp f.ir ('ot..r. .>If I in airr-' tiltur.ilr< !'.!''t sine.

I ,-M l V"-ta- BInd: ('. tam were cho-on for their appeal to ..-i laborers i.. d.----i"=e
i TM -.-* n- ..* ':,. r' ..."'< .. : Snvdsiort-..'xear: UI I 'ent Pn- i'1''Us:! .1'" swell arid !Iren t.rau'e and the n"tori!' crimes of t!. !, 11 V.V-Jjrw: rt1ftate .wvfrx!
.
," ...t. .. Order of >:.,*t":1 -;'.irir i.t1d: Pam P'T"tc-: ". Porer & Tor it is imjH'rtanT to promote family Ashlev-Moblv: Gars *t H:*- ear'- year, .ipo

t1- Mom. 11..1! <" T'-: ,.'iv: ,dan. H&H .l.il.nsie White SvinBeM I'f"' bv th,. ratr:-"ipition ,'f pir*'**.' 2!(I'.. ii (Car.a P.-ir.t taro' r\.*.'\'.. : .
-
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rightf lir wet ktr>. Huleit] :ip f'n Wilhrlm FurnifirRjT \ jt their 0 hjMren's! e er.t rtanm--r. One of th' mo't ("om mm:: -. -

IVntio. cr.md rfpiex rtati\e: *oVirginia !'-.ri: .t- ?:-:;". I.'nni.,d-j-st--1-. It ihoprd! that the a'idu-rt'- x\i.l ,orf the Hinia's! "Hlnr1 'I- ,--\. i I DavidlUecvhSliot 1

f.>'- litFlorid i Gnr <;:::--"a" V"--. >.5 I" .r'.'= it "v.J AT le made up of f.imlv: croupr-'t* f.f FI >rid ar.-l i (">a--; l P-':r! !iT; .

<"hrtp! :.-r. Or:.. was. honored in i I nv: ,-.:-t,>*'iV---*..'" P.!-"'! f'.' M 'rdiv: r ch! with t''e I't' ef"vsl! hf'; her..wr :: Through A l Foot

special {pr,'ur.im: printed MMr*. !-t.----. -.n. n"1o'r"1 .\!' ad'led f* it'ir.- will >.,' ,1 rir .' fro.rli r'-eta'-1 .., t'- I, _

Hath 11.-rcdth! Mrs 1'-r..n r".1.1 I 1'p...." .e Spelt'-raft .1 F dln! ( bt: ler.te.! i.ttl; Miss K ." I.i .....!!'1 ..f ....' \"....... t".lr1 ( f.'a. :.! Pty: :I' "',1 \,1- II vet

FtF. ., wtll tie ac--r..tni. Ic' w- era itc; as&... i". .1 'Alth ..
':\" '. I loVt'lV fijft f'TJ !*Vtl ; L.irif: H. -'b-v, Po.irt rv i ii; Tarf'o w-h. Canal eev-t-'nr re.nr.pr'i : : .I.; \

i I....".,ar-? P.t-!::r..-.' Sfid-'a .! bv Gn-i Peters!" "r 5 h'* .-.1 1'T.it.! =- r.'? th? .tv n K HI. hI,:"'.rtI'rr" t tr I-
: pttr
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\t th,- 0 !.>*.. .f t*.' r..t..c r-- Grart* ( "a-i'il Pr.'no'- irmta ;Slr' T..mrr.t t. 'e Canal p.t: n. l Itrr -.J -t T ?

'reshnit< woreA.--.1 "v Mr- I'.. T> I',., 1'-teh n
.,. .......... ... .. ." .. ,".' r ..f I i .' ,'
VIr .\..h"1o'r: F'rn ,- I u..:. ; : I".t H P \'. ih r 't"'rts Hot t!+ !'p'h It tw-f'k f' r t"-'v i te'e' ; -.urge: 3 t' : iatir t

t.t::tn'.i a' .i Mrv: :" 1''I"a1'. '1.-.10 1 tn \',.-..t'n: H-: t- rt't-. t. a, t."T:" i/\1.: ." rea't the s.orv ...f'II"'I I ..T .t. a! .> ;7!;" .. .,r: t,.r n".1a"" f''i'1:: ; ,: .

.. ,." .. .':: In.' T11-\-.k'r c' .rr' t- !,'!'1.h ; :r t*" ... -.H ,:s Mrs IT.. '*-".ir .,rnrL- e

: :o. "' -t'at rRi'iter :Materal 'Pr.4' F..r.an": churrrai sta'etn A" ....) f F!.>" '..-.-<",,;1.'.' f. T .. .-n Barf.rn i'-.:nt f:. i ' .

--. -- I. ]". H. r'.-l.el ..1E'--: ; '.'n p.Ital ...- that! i"ti'i trtere'.t I bo :re: s' ....t't .slnr.3n:1r,! tr: .e' .;" 1:1.:..... + .1 !""";ra: : .'f Fred ar.1 I. "

II V ilVhi o*imlvrl:" i" rer" ) ort 11"I.'u"tn' : Belle GIad4. Snuth ItA v. art 'e'rttr2<: lean: t".v '-l:1t!: 3# : '\.r .... :o.: r.I1"I.l 11i1'. iv"" t W of '

; e.! t.- have soM hit :".*. Tt"?-! .- llsthor-- II "!:rc f'., lk Hart>;>r All irsd.ca'.iors: ivtrrTt Park irhr Harna i. prf f.... !tl. i.. adjutant had f'1
Vr.ieKnftWiHanKami! ?.> 1! Ma.ufar >rhive Ivn !all-"TP.! toa "starut! .= room only heti-'. sr of htry a! p..onnl' ('ru: "r- I 1autnrnatr awd rras! ata.mMlnlr .

'lCilhati's after ..,..,.."'I.\\t nA-.': to "f"-._ Poi: Fw.hi....:e R.tlding 'I.r* 1" r.4" 3.h'an" cute of tek.! '" arid Mrs I Hanna:: i.' a popster l*ct- Iw! !' !: it fred thhs bt.t .n ..rtT-:

?"e firm for 10 year Mr POTSaoor -- i it hid w.ll Nra:!\, d-" -','ra'-d JII" ** r.f xt sSow will t.. 'Robtn 1ir r. !' lft f.'.! brth* arkl .rEslabished -

!< terr.poT.mlv takir.c Mr I' .hhr: :,:stI< I t.. !:"rId" t!,r A 3ro. Hwi'! or. March 29th T''" tin A "f""f'iaJ ltrr: :ted .d-r: !..r : f N"u"irJ: : a t.nr. as I' l-'e' ?

i'istmr-erl.ain's place in the \'-\\. ..i t..e :n.'tr.; .., .'f 1'1.b: R--3,.' : ara.'* will h- ar.r.,,:.. .,p.t at i F1! ra00. :'' v. r' .t.....fc.
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Page Two The Everglades New Canal Point Florida Friday. February 20. 194.-:

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I Mr. and Mrs Hugo Bee hai asnests Mr. and Mrs. 1:. F. Phipps hal:
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I II Layman's Day To ; the past wt"ek1!'. and Mts a- guests the past week Mr. ant

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Be Allowed By C. P. Harold Malstrom and daughte"-. Mrs. Dan Haynie of SkUanJ.N : I
Janet of Chicago. III. C.
Established Published Every Friday Methodist Church
: 1924 -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I( -..

I Layman's Day. an annual service I _.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn of special interest in the Can- : .
al Point Methodist Church. will b>
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter
observed on Sunday.: Feb. 22. at

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher 11 a. m. The service is our yearly
Dilute to our laymen and women
No ContestA with representatives of our church TAILORED TO ORDER I

decrepit horse was being: offered to the hijhc bidder. constituency taking part in the
service.. Delmar L. Hooks til'h.rgro :
An old farmer watched as a young man in riding breechesbid
. "
lay leader is in charge of
for the animal. When the sale was completed he turnedto the service.. The m.s.satof,: the CLOTHESdt

the voting fellow. "Tell me." he aid "what on earth are morning will he brought by James

you iroir.jj to do with that nag?" McCall of the Canal Point Baptist -

"Oh", replied the cocky young sportsman, "I'm going to Church.
"Ten Thousand Years" i* the cWe4
race him. 'JOMMORE
the animal. "Well vou'Uwin. lime of the study course to be
The farmer took a second look ;tt ,
""endacted bv the minister for th-
"
he said.-Wall Street Journal.
Wnrtan's Society of Christian Service -

for three Friday evenings/ FOR
Stafford Issues from 7.CO to 9:00 p. m. beginning
Cinematic Chatter rn February 20. The course j; YOUR
Warning Against
. By Malcolm Millar based", on the book by that name
PanhandlersA '.v Richard T. Baker and concerns MONEY

the work of the church in China.
H'O the story of a gorgeous girl
who loved I show business loved a warning against panhandle1"who ; Preparing of shuffleboard court I
;anti: the construction"' of a h<")-:- 3 HUNDREDS OF
buy: and loved children and represent themselves as vet- b :
h, found a wonderful way to have ail! 'ranO38 issued; this week by '
undertaken! bv the 1..thCoiitYouth ;; ALL WOOL
three! That's the story "Mother Times .\. Stafford. County Vet-
t
Fellowship at the meeting FABRICS TO
Wore Tights". el"ans Service Officer for the
'last night. The ,.'oungfolk;: are CHOOSE FROM
.
:\If.th"r'or(' Tights" will 1>' Glades.Several '
looking forward to the use;; of the
:
screened at the Prince Theatre, in cases" have turned up I _
Pahokee, this Simdoy-Mondav in lately where tramps have begg'dmoney new building: a.s- a real recreational : G4de42
center. { -
natural and beautiful technicolor for "transportation to tno
vhich will be breath-taking ozone veterans hospital Stafford ex The Junior Fellowship of over t ee&iI
thirty active members is working
:; of the beautiful ensemble plained.. He stated that most" of
Bing Crosby was the fellow who these transientsare not veterans."If on a new handwork project in preparation I! iiOut2.wich!
I
for Mother's* Da '. Roy-,
furnished the voice for the pre-i a veteran needs hospitalization ;; -
\'if'shon Not because h'? the VA will take rare of the and girls of all churches are joined :
II to :gether in this undenominational MADE V,S.ANola's
wanted to make some extra money expense--there is no reason for I
. . He mad it because> had any veteran to be out begging,: for group sponsored bv Mr. II

rat through this wonderful pictureand I money." Stafford emphasized Blair. I II

really believed it was Wonderful Those who give money to such -.s -- I
u,_..,_,__..... I I
men are lust being vi<-i.imifu.He : \\IVES" ENTERT.11NMembers"

Mother and Did wowed them urged that all panhandling of the Pahokee Lion I ;

from Rroadwav to Kokomo Indiana "veteians" be referred to the service Club will be entertained by their : ShopOn
with "You Do"KoKo t.> office. "If they ire veteranopd '
veat
a supper party in thwoman's -
Tndina". "There's Nothing Lik in need of hosp;; :taltzntion. 1 clubhouse

A Song". "On a little two-s!MtTind twill take care of "them that'whit officer .- :I {evening at 7:30 o'clock.this Mr;*;Friday. II. C. the corner( Pah ok:eo
m"'hilt' doing dan'," I'm here for the service -
Graham will be in charge of arrangements i I
routines fitted to all of them. concluded.The .
and the program i>f .lte
We know that Miss Orable has: veteransoffice is!' open in ntertamment The wiesof tefficers .l
passed all honors for acting singing the Sanders Buil ling in Re'lj
of
> the club will act aa
and dancing, but this chap Glide on Mondis.VednesdiM greeting committee.
Pan Daily, To my way of thinking and Fridays and in the PahokeeCity I

he is the best dancing anJ Hill on Tuesdays. Thursday.*. ,

hal sinking partner had that Miss Grable and for each Saturdiys.office. A phone is listed :se:.s:aas r r.4.as r...t.l'.4&, ac&ss",.s&,ss .&a ever in a picture. .. v. v r f r r f r c v y f ? v r r v r &..
And before I forget to mentionIt -. -

. Mona Freeman and Conn! C.\Ri> OF Til XXHSWe : y
Marshall are just simply tops as wish to thank our friends t Square Deal Machinery : :

the two kids of Mom and Dad. and neighbors for their kindness
Be sure and see "Mother Wor*
the illness and death of our

Prince Tights". Theatre when it this comes Sunday-to ron.tlay. the. during these father.kindnesses We hill always remember t; & Supply Co. : :


Mrs Mars Rogers.Mr. : .
See at the movie.s Mai.Mr .
-you --. and Mrs W. Rogers. .:a 13.11: WEST CENTRAL AVE.ORLANDO.. PHONE) :!.02,9 4:.

and daughter.Mr. ;. +.
and Mrs. J. G. Weeks had and Mrs. Vinion Henderson : FLORIDA :
?,!* crests the past week their and daughter. .* spas.

..or.tr-law and diughter.,: Mr. and -. .

MVernis Atkins of Sanford Mr and Mrs. J. F. Palbert have ..:f.. AUSTIN-WESTERN COMPANY ..:..

-e. I returned to North Carolina aft,.* Motor Graders ; Roller ..&'
:
Mand Mrs j tredwcl'pers -
frnt'stIaxw'tI :
a'isit of several w'k.with their ... .
and children, left this week for a n-m-liw and Mr. and ,
diughter. :
visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs James Vandegnft. in Paho- .... CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY COMPANY: ..:.

:Mrs Beaoley. in Savannah Ga. I I I kee. .:.a Light Plants Conch :Saws; Concrete :Mixers Pumps .....


:!1 I I Ii -- ::.: HENDRIX :MANUFACTURING COMPANY: ::.

.:. Dragline Bucket ;


i i UPTHEGROVE'S MARKET :>: KIESLER COMPANY: .h.!. 1

: .. ..
.;f Clamshell BucketsNEW :
t.t: Main
S'mo.IIUKEt; North" 4f Kilo Out .. 4
!i I'II/NIIii.i FREE DELI\EKV _;T HOLLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY: ::.:

% 5.A Impact Rock Crushers ....
t PE1.I s" FOR FRII1' AM" TtKDY ..

+ LINK-BELT SPEEDER CORPORATION "..

Fresh Dressed Fryers, lb. i"c: ,,4.. : _:..
Draglines Shovels Cranes :
: -
Hens fresh . ..
dressed .
: lb. . 63c
- ..!. OWEN BUCKET COMPANY :.

Large Yard Eggs, dozen ._ 6Jc: .:. +.
Clamshell Buckets

: Select Oysters, Pt., S.H-, (}t. $1.70 i
i I I..:.. VXIOXVIIE ROPE CORPORATION ;a

We Have A Large Variety of .<. All Si/e-: and Types of Cable .:..

.:. .....
Western : :
Meats
: WKLLMAN ENGINEERING COMPANYVilliam :
.. : J..
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Fresh Ground; Hamburger, Ih .35c; > .; *'\ .. T> pe"' Clam Bucket ,.

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February 20 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three

prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following -!I as soon as the current remodelingand ,
Joan Chastain Is '
from the Bible: "For it is redecorating program is completed
Valentine QueenMiss 'written, I will destroy the wisdonof it was announced. t
the wise, and will bring to
Joan Chastain, daughterof nothing the understanding of th3 I Good results were reported ofl Concrete Pavementyour
the set aside last Sat-
cleanup day
Mr. and Mre J. J. Chastain anda prudent. Where is the wise
the lot at the !
for
urday clearing J
member of the Freshman Classat were is the scribe? where is th-
Pahokee High School, way disputer of this world? hath not northwest corner of the Canal best investmentin
for as a
Point school grounds use
crowned queen of hearts at the God made foolish the wisdom of
Valentine dance held in the high this world?" (I Corinthians 1:19, children's playground. It is expected -
school gym Friday night under 20)i. the playground will be readvfor Roads
the sponsorship of the Girls Athletic The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe the installation of equipme.itafter
from the two or three more cleanup
Association. Miss Chastainwas following passage
presented with a large box of Christian Science textbook. "Sc.- days which will be announcedlater.
Valentine candy and a dozen red f-ce and Health with Key to the The port's new Legion color' VT7"7"HEN a state's principal roads are built
roses for winning first place in C: ('rir tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: arrived and were unfurled for the VV of portland cement concrete highway
the queen of hearts contest when "Gods thoughts are perfect and first time at the meeting. I
618 votes were cast for her by eternal, are substance and Life. -. funds are conserved because concrete roadsare
the student body. Material and temporal thoughtsare
The queen's court consisted of human. involving error, and PMIOHEE HONOR ROLL long-lived and economical to maintain.
the three runnersup in the contest: p-nce: God. Spirit is the only cause, Third six weeks 1947-1948
Miss Barbara Wilkinson, sophomore they lack a divine cause. The temporal A in all subjects12th
second place; Miss Helen and material are not then Grade: Walta Nell Hul',
Stokes, senior, third and Mis- creations of Spirit. They are but Lois Echols. Ask your public officials for
Loretta Wilson, junior, third. Th counterfeits of the spiritual and Sth Grade: M\ra Baxter.
Valentine motif was used in dec- eternal (286-21-26)<< 7th Grade: Peggy Lynn Shirlex
orating the gym and refreshments I - "\ or R in all Minjects I CONCRETE ROADS
of punch, cookies and candy hearts 12th Grade: Sibyl JE'n5E'n. Lena j
were served to the 150 students Legion Plans Series !Goodson. Frank Rozelle. Barban i'
who attended. Wroten. Helen Stokes Eddie Sta"-
. I Of Square DancesMembers ''ley. Gwen Gant. Joy Padgett, I PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

Louise H. Stanley. 401 HURT lUlLDINO ATLANTA 3, .oaqIA
CHURCH OF CHRIST I of the Canal Poin:. 11th Grade: Lillian Himmond.Inogene ,
SCIENTIST Legion Post 242 at a meetmcMonday Spiirv, Yvonne Fraser. : A notional organization to improve and extend the ues of concrete...
through scientific; research and..engmeermg Held work
"MIND" is the subject of th" night voted to sponsor:: a Leland Shirlex.10th .
Lesson-Sermon which will be readin series of old-fashioned public: : Grade: Barbara Wilkinson. (
Churches of Christ. Scientist square dances in the Canal Poin !Payne Jackson. I|
throughout the world: on Sunday, Legion Hall in the near future. t l fth Grade: George; noz<>llo.Cbirle .
February 22. Commander Roy Pope appointee Sear. Janf'ttE'I.this.:: .
The Golden Text is: "Who hath Francis A..i1son and Henry I Sth Grade Mary Ann Howes. II I-
known the mind of the Lord, that Kautz on the committee which will !Dick Atkin
he may instruct him?" (I Corinthians announce the dates for the dancer 7th Grade: Eleanor Walker. '
PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
2:16). The Legion Hall will also be available Harry Levins. Don Adims. Robert !
Among the citations which com for other public social affair Carlton. Robert Dtloach. 'I




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I of the most serious traffic accident problems unquestionably i

i. is the pedestrian says State Motor Vehicle Commis- ;I''

11 sioner George H. Asbell. j f

:;:1 Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during: the last complete year :

::1 195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that ;

:! classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

!i At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in

I. Florida this year during the fatal months of March, April
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE
(; and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest record

l! prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even

Ij I MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and ';,

SAFE-DRIVING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
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. : This is a timely warning! Be alert to traffic hazards when

you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crossings.

Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of

i the block. Never walk against the light. On highways walk to

(. tfi4qI left, facing traffic.

ALL It's your life at stake. Walk safely- live longer/

TRAFFIC RULES

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IN GOOD REPAIR
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by tie; An oc'atd; De1.s:*:
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Four The Everglades,, News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. February 20. 1913

I jXX'outers of r>tiot.: Mich.; whJ ', I II Jack XX"aldschlaj-er.. son of Mr .
./' f1r J are their house guest: Other 1 1I and Mrs. Harry lVald*ehlaer 0: Phone FREE
I PARKING 9.S sUIGIll
I guests ir.d".ldedlr.. and11";;. I Pahokee. i? in Rio le Janerio.
\\Jules D",nys of Armada. :Mich I IiMr Brazil this week where: he will DOWN TOWN
ifrs. Fill Vp witha .,line and .'ark'AH Day. If You Like *
$ and Earl M. Schultz Jr. spend ten days before leaving far
,Mr. and Mrs. H .A. Seibermorgai. Argentina. 1\rL.\lR STATION LQU BRANCHVest
:Mis.: B. XX'outer and Jack1- I Paul Rardin '
Mrs. accomparuf: : \
who Palm Beach. Florida
Mrs. Lautice Thompson: : Opposite Montgomery Ward
has wen tne notice guest of her hulst.j her mothu.lr8.. \\-. O. Strickland. '. Olive at First
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Gutn-I j Mr. and Mrs. John E. XX'ilonha to her home in Glennville, Ga. on '
rie. entered Good Samaritan Hospital -: \'e as a guest:; her father. C. A. Monday of this week after :\11".
in West Palm Beach Tuesday : King of Blomington, Ill. Strickland had been a guest in th-'
for medical treatment.Mr. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville Rardin home in Canal Point. : I
expected to arrive in Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. XV. O. Webster of i, I
and Mrs. A. Louie Vertam-
men entertained with a dinner i this weekend: for a visit of severalwetkes Sacramento. Calif.. visited :\1". Parker Motor Service
with her son-in-law ard and I Ilr1.. Horace Unwsn: in Pahoi i
party at their home on Belle Glade
CANAL POINT. FLORIDA
kee this week. !!
his unci daughter. Mr. and Mrs H. L. past
Road Sunday honoring ? ,
and Mrs. Inman XX*. XX'eek"
and Mrs. Gus E. Speer. Mr. I
and aunt Mr. GENERAL REPAIRS
are spending a few :days: with re"J; J I
-- alive3" In ';ooriiij; and plan to ti_-I Carz1'ucks. Tractor Diesel
tend the Hereford Stock Show :n _
- Ocala before returning home this Engines and Power Units
weekend.
Tietis=es Dorothy Chastam PHONE 531
NEW LIFE MEETINGCONDUCTED and Pt:>goIobt; >r Pahokee Higi
School graduates who are attenl-
ins their first year at Stetson Uni
versity. DeLand. have been pledged
: BY to the Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority: :
PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSNOTICE

the university.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Pickren had
Dr. Allen W. Moore
as guests the" past w"ektri.. ,
Pearl XX'oodyard of Quincy.Philo .
AND B. Williamson and Fret
Smith. Jr.. of Bloomfield. Conn-

Walter B. (Bill) Mann ,arrived,,'ithIr and Tuesday.sister XX'illiamson's Mr.night and for brotherinlaw Mrs a visit GeoB. -


Ramey in Pahokee.
Troy XX'ajrpoper spent the past Our Telephone Number Has
week with relatives in Fort Smith.

Ark. Been Ci'anged."hieh i is a
Mr. Hugo: B x and children are :
visitin? relatives in XX'mter Have |.
Phone Service
Rotating
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this week.Mr.
anlIr,.. G. XX*. Bvnl. Sr. I'
K ..5.'k hail a;; a finest the pant week his! i .
<. ?yxe. +z brother. .T. .\. Bvrd.( of MonticelloXX No. 595This
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'fit A. Dade of Fort Lauderdale
was a busines'* \'iitohf'rt' 01
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TIt''in.: i change i inecessary to serve
I Mr=. P'T.enn Padcrett spent th* I
55t I..t v<>ek in Gainesville visiting! I I our Customers Better
I he- --.iT!. PonaM.hr! is attending II j I
t '.' .ph''rsi" of Florid and i" ;
,. I f>("t'id \' ,'Ji"'i"t i in tIP univrsi*'.* !
orritr.i which Presented its an'inal -
I I rorreit there Tuesday night i i
Mr and Irn'h Bl.ik"v had i iI jas
I recent guests Dr. and Mrs.
A. Guise of M urazme.:. Ark. 1'1 .
Miss Corrine Garrett has ('

ALLINv.. MOORE MinisterServices HILL :\IA--:. Singer ed Memphis.. Tenn. after a visit;
with relatives!' in Pahokee.
Mrs. Ronald Watson and sons
visited relatives in Cairo. Ga, th"" Glades Equipment Co.
Daily past week.INITIATION.

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10:001.: AND 7:30 P. M. 595 Pahokee

Several preen hands were initi-
at"l into the Pahokee Chapt r.
Future Farmers of America at a
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chapter meeting in the agricultureebuilding .
: Monday night. Grf't'nhand'1
fiRST METHODIST CHURCH j emblem were received by Charles: .
''M "IfI',y, Calvin Herring. Alfred
I MtfkPavid McCoy. "' J1ja:r I I
Pahokee Fla. XXVathers. Frank Gillis. ( amevtt'ilder I Those Sensational
1 Bobby Schroder. Jack Bo- ': I II
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February 20, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Plve

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i business, working!' a rpoiter *- I VISIT INTER-\VEX '
I paper Mrs. Phillips! Heads 'BinTTIDXY PARTY
Jack Sutor Seeks I '
I for The Sunshsine Special- Mrs.; Hazel \Vroten and Mrs, :' Mrs. Cora Phillips was pleasantly -
TIFF and the Post and The Timesin New Pahokee CircleA
Reppard Cowart have
her
returned surprised; on birthday anniversary -
Head School Job West Palm Beach. I from with Mrs. ,'-
a visit Cowart's ; at a party given in h
He also served as editor of th. new circle of the Pahokee! daughter Mrs. J. P. Gunter in honor by eTHer* of the! Simon-

Palm Beach County Palm Beach Sun during that per- First I..ttl'tli.stYoman's Satiety Winter Ha"en.YhHe away Mr*. son-Lair Circle First Method-t

iod. He has resigned his positionon of Christian Service scheduled tc Wroten took part in the "Ladie ''WSCS. at her home Friday afte'I --
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The Post and The Times ti Be Seated" radio program which I noon. Mrs. Christine Frar. circl-
meet at night was organized at an
Jack Sutor teacher and newspaper make the race for county superin- open meeting of WSCS membersat originated at Winter Haven and I'chairman. was in, charg of arrangement -
tendent. won first prize in the singing; "? and assisted; the honoree -
man, last week was the first the home of Mrs. D.Y.. Cun
His announcement says that he housewife contest featured on the I in the candidate to announce for the ningham.; Monday night.
position
program. As first prize .hea* lovely silts; she received. Rofresa-
has been active for in > '
many years ?fr<". lack Phillips was elected
of county superintendent of J the effort for teacher salaries. awarded a 70-piece set of silverwart' m..nt's'er'" served, to approximately -
haiman of the circle Mrs.
chools. His annoucemet followed new : I 30.
and better educational standard; ,
K..mwthtock. vice chairman andgan
the statement of Dr. John I. Leon
in Florida. 'YLl '!J-viman:: Mr?. R. L.
ard that he will not he a candidat" 1-
It states that he served on many Brooks secretary; Mrs. James H. 1I _._ _
for re-nonunation in the Demo- -
cratic primaries on :May 4. educational committee which had! I Wilson: treasurer and Mrs. MversFountain I /
those objective as their prncina'! chairman of the sunshine -
Sutor has
the schoolsof
taught in /
Florida for ten years. For five purpose. Aral many of the improvements I fun.I. I

n education in the: The group cited to conduct n.tilar ..?.
r f those he member
> years was a :: I
State have stemmed from the meetingon the third Monday -
of the faculty of Palm Beach
High School. For the past throe activities of those committees, the: night of each month with the II /

years he has been in the news- announcement assert March meeting be held at th3 :

It continues. "I feel that I a-n home of Mrs 'ock."SCS pledges
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well qualified by training and experience were filled out bv the membe: ? \
to fill the position of 1 pt the meetintr. Mrs. J. f. Col='on.JWPCS I

county superintendent of schools. Iam i president, announced that > ". J\\

PLANTS FOR SALE a graduate of Northern Ilhno.- I provisions have been made for thenursery I =::

State Teachers College, and hold at the church to remain (? ,

Annual Plants, TransplantelAlters. :" 1 a Master of Arts Degree fro.n open during all the revival serVices ,

Pnn,Snapdragon, Duke University. I have had ton to 1>t=> conducted at the church fro ii __ .. ,
tears of teaching experience in the by Dr. Allen \\". Moore of St. I ;:
Larkspur: and Petunia, I ; .
daroor.1:' Pt>tHshurc-, Feb 22-29. li ,--..;
3i: { doz.. $.x.00 per 100"Plumosa" 'rs. Cunningham introduce: i ';......1.. --.::..

The announcement stresses ,the j t I\r'l.' J. R. York. a member of the I {4. ; ? ; -
fart that Sutor has been rlo "(>i.'
NurseryEdward identified with bvisineprogress;: i I !':iml>on-L.iir Circle, who presentjed -I ( .' 2J:11" ) )

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a program on "The Great Prayers -
in Palm Beach County as a newspaper -

PahokeeHANK Olsen:" reporter. As editor of the I of the- -Bible.---".- _ ( : iV ts 1 )
Palm Beach Sun he has taken an !I
Mr-. Oaf: Boo and Mis. G.:.). B i
active part in .struggle for
Ham(' were biiine visitor in
flood control in the Evergladesand ; 'T >
Miami nn Tne-; v. Theyere aomp -- : T\71m
he strongly opposed the destruction -
<- tried bv Mrs Mathisi of BelleGlade. .
SEZPOLKS of the Everglades Drain- t y\
|page: District when it was proprmol = ,

ARE M1GHTV > [I'in the last;: cession" of the 1"'g'i
HARD-UP -fHAf LOVE (I his announcement a ert!<. ;i \

NOCODV BUT-THEMSELVt- : It also points out that he fought I '-....--: --.;dHow "- ./
Z for the Foundation Program: of t'-v! ---

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1 \\hi'h pied overwhelmingly -
v 6 i I to be a
in the same" meeting of the


Il'zi The!claturo.announcement "iv! tint n" I II PARTY LINE ANGEL

okn various parts of the
h a county in favor of th- plan and II
I in 4 Easy Lessons
s-tipported it oditoriilly a- well'
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"That program should brine II
M nearly four million dollars to this I --
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.. -ountv for new building to replace I I I Allow little time between r r M
GIVE OTHERS
many of the crowded l and obsolete ,
tolls to: permit others to have U-
structure' that constitute A
now CHANCE J
V V..LtN II.r.11 t0 I their turn at the line.
a tremendous" burden on the /
maintenance of the school" buildings Concrete Roads
Nobody can tell you more abaft "
school hoard.
hv the: county
the new Dodge than the LAKC Sutor declared this week. Save You MoneyIt --,,, .

SHORE MOTOR CO. For supreme ,
The candidate for county RELEASE
superintendent When another v
party on your
performance great econ- stated: that already a makes a difference to you i line has an emergency, please (( THE LINE IN J

omy and brilliant style . buya county wide informal organization what kind of paxcmcnts release the line quickly. EMERGENCYCorplete :i

Dodge or Dodge "Job-Rated" of his friends is functioning in behalf get because it's jour ';as tax. : \. .

truck. This Is the really greatcar of his candidicy. money that pays for roa< s. ..
and truck you have been Sutor lives with his wife and You p.l\- less per tear for -

justified in waiting for. family in West Palm Beach and safe durable long lasting ' ' -

he i1* a member of several learnM portland cement concrete calls quid
and educational societies pavements. Ores better service for you"'a KEEP CALLS .;. )

In outlining the principles' tip ,n i : end >our party line neighbors. BRIEF J

LAKE SHORE which his platform will 1- built he Ask your "'- ---
declared. "I will cooperate will : ----
MOTOR CO the rvirents. the teacher*, the \ public officials for .--- ----
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I trustee* and the county hoard for 3" see phone is placed II
the good of the pupils." curci/) on hook after each ff" HANG UP
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I tr>.> hoo' ties up on en'ire lire. ,V
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ALF'i::; : 120:! foot Ridge lot and 90 foot lot on Lake Side of Canal Point


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Full Schedule For |f Lord's Prayer" by Albert Hay ( leadership of :\IrV.. M. DuBos. i Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Shepherd and I Mss Johnny Pasco of Sacai.ga. -

Malotte. Rev. Moberg will be the Director. A most cordial invitation j family have returned" to Fanr.ervile. i
Pahokee BaptistsRev. Ala. is the guest of her
The
accompanist. sermon title will
is extended to all interested.The j Ill. after a visit with her i I
be, "The Lord's Prayer." At the rot er-in-Iaw and sister. Mr. and brother-in-law and s :tt'r.tr.. anJ

and Mrs. C. A. lloberg, night service beginning at 7:30 YWA met at the home of I Mrs. R. B. Simonson. in Pahoke- Mrs. Felix

newly appointed leaders of the the pastor will preach on. "Occupy Mrs. F. G, Gillis on Monday night. Slonaker. in Pahokeos .

Junior Union of the Trainin? till I come.** Will Jesus return personally : Sybil Jensen presented the pro-
a (s a a a et: a a a .
Union of the First Baptist Churchof ? When? What should be gram on missions and led the de I s._.asas. ...r.s_...- sseraera,,..a rastasrae> > .*s .

Pahokee. were hosts at a valentine the attitude of the Christian? votional. Barbara Phillips and Barbara :

party in the junior assem- What did Jesus mean by the wo"d Jenkmson were also on the :: Office Machine Headquarters .:;

bly hall on Monday at 5:30. Following occupy? program. A box was packed by e"a Underwood TypewritersFundstrand J.

a short business meetingat The illuminated cross medita- .
the group to be sent to the Seminoles y AddingIachine :
which a contest was inaugurated tion sing will be presented with at Dania. Refreshments were .

between the Cathys and Carls, augmentation by the chorus choir served by Imogene Spivey and <. Marchant A. B- Calculating Machines 4:.

a program of games was entered of 30 voices and the orchestra recently Connie Pope. The next meetingwill *: Dick Mimeographs :
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into. reorganized by Roy O'Neal, be held at the home of Barbara Elliott Addresso Graphs :

The winners were Thurman manager. The Sunday School Jenkinson in Canal Point on F & E Check Writers :.

Kemp sweetheart game; Martha meets at 9:45, James Harry Wilkinson March 1.Mrs. :t HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC."i. .

Culberson. Myrna Nichols, SteiU Jr.. Supt. The Training \\'. M. DuBoe: will teach

Sue Barnes Gene Carruthers. Union convenes at 6:15 under the study course book. "Spiritual Frontier .:. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach by

Mable Rose Marie Hend- at .:30 at the
Miller Friday night rfs> ( +
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asasrs>spas sssas as asa>saasaasaasa>sassaasa.sasssas+ sa sass+ss+
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erson, Carol Ann Mullis and Bud- LEGAL NOTICENOTICE Fellowship Hall. The Canal Point i r r r r r r r s r r r r r

dy Moberg. jig saw puzzle. Others WMU will meet with the Pahokee

Chester Mullis. Douglas -
present were group. I1eadeeteyFrom

Cillis Ann Snyder Bunnv .
Wilder, Billy Culberson Jane Ann Public notice is hereby given -a.
where I
that the undersigned intend ti sit..JyJoe Marsh
Cunningham and Joyce Lindsay. I. ,
register with the Clerk of the Circuit World Day Of Prayer
A good time was voted by all
Court of Palm Be a c n
following a visit to the Fellowship j Pronounced SuccessThe
I County. Florida pursuant to Sf>.!-
Hall kitchen where a bountiful I Free Ride For
tion 86509. Florida Statutes 1941 You-
supply of wieners et al soon made i World Day of Prayer cori-
the fictitious name, to wit: Violet'sBeauty ,
its disappearance, thanks to a of the Council of ChurchWomen
Salon under which I amengaged mittee r the Freedom Train !
group of normal juniors. Barba: in business at Pahoke"". I for the Pahokoo-Canai: on

Jane Moberg assisted in the serv Florida. Point area extends its appreciation -

ing. The six weeks contest will Violet Hall and sincere thanks to all We had a real thrill in Our Town ing! in a country that protects nut

find these splendid boys and girls Pub: Feb. 13. 20. 27. Mar. 5. I groups and individuals who assisted just! the other day-when the indi\'idualliberties-wht'ther they

ready for another of the several the World of dom Train stopped by I
1 in making Diy apply to our right to vote,to choose

socials planned by their leaders. NOTICE I Prayer observance in this area an You"\e heard about it of our church, to speak our mind01
They meet Sundays at 615. Gene Public notice is hereby given I Friday. course
en
outstanding success
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actual train that's enjoy a glass of beer with frit-nd .
Carruther is the'prt'sident.. Ro' ? that the undersigned intend tc Special: recognition goes* to th -an touring
Mo the country to remind us again Only thing is-we've pot tc
Marie Henderson and Buddy register with the Clerk of the Cir- children of the elementary shoal

berg are the group captains.The cuit Court of Palm Beach and to the Senior Cla, at the high!: I t what true Democracy means. It prove ourselves worthy of the ride

ordinance of baptism will Count, Florida pursuant t., Sec school for their cooperation in preseating carries such Americana as the .. by guarding zealously, against

bo conducted this Sunday at 3.30 tion 855.09; Florida Statutes 1941 I the observance program in Declaration of Independence the whatever forces of intolerance-

Canal Point Baptist the fictitious Th"t'ks Bill of flights. and other immortal Broach American
o'clock. name to wit: t L h e school auditorium Frula"mornintr. upon our concepts

Church by Rev. Moberg. The canv" Company under which *.*...z 'I documents that guarantee every of -and-Irt-liie, in a free

dHate-s are Jane Ann Cunningham are engaged in business! at Paho- I The ('onm1ittetlrs.. W. M. PRose ': citizen his liberty. and btr ,ng Dt-mocracy!

Mr. and Mrs. W. Agner.. Nancy Florida.
kee. I chairman. Mrs. J. R. York .\ great: idt'and from where I
Ann Hillier Nancy Ann McCoy. INMAN W. WEEKS .
Mrs Curtis Chase. Mr. F. MWilson. sit, .. "re' all riding:: along with, that 1UI
Anita Jan Leach. fay Schm-ppel. MURRAY O. WEEKS t9 /
Mrs Charles Jones. :\11 s. Freedom Train-right now-by liv .
Sarah Christine Hill. The public is PuK Jan. 30. Feb. 6. 13. 20. 1948.IN .
Thomas Miller and Mrs. F:. L.
invited. I
Tilt CIRCflT COrRT. IV A? Davis.
D
J. R. Miller corresponding see '. FOR P\LM: REICH' {'Ut' T\., Coprigtt,1913. United States lieu as Fuundarietnid.
rotary of the 1I.fen's Bible Class. FLORID I
prepared a detailed attendance report : THELMTHOMPSON..

which was presented Sunday Plaintiff. :
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bv the tE'ach'r.Ttt'v.. C. A. MOD.M?. JOn LESTER-rs- THOMPSON :

Thos v.;uo er1nV''C1 a recited nf 11 Defendant .

J. DAgner. NOTICF) \PPKtR
for January were
percent TO JOHN LESTER THOMPSON. B>1- .
J. C. Blanton. \\'m. B. mont Park. IxinK I.l: nd. N. V: YwL r.

Brid t"". !te pp art Cowart. RobertMardaway. You are hereby required to appear in N y. mJ' d":
the
above
Court on the 8th dav ofMar'h. '
Cliff 1f'lmE's. T. W. A D 1948. at the Court House ; #.:% :'

Knight I>_ S. Spooner. J. E- In Wrst Palm Bearh. Palm Beach pcyi.':a: a:::Nr k'%tHC
Om.ntx. Florida. to answer to the Bill
Thompson. Wiley Tillis. H. K. Un- of Complaint for Divorce filed against

win. Paul Watson. Geo. Weaver xru in the above NEWS entitled cause. andFVERGLADES
a newspaper-
J. Whiddon and Rev. C. A. Mc- ularlv published In Palm Beach Cotintv rMi r

comprised Florida. Is hereby designated as thenewspaper ..,
berj A large group In which thtd"r shall :::'. :::: ":" :::,
the 7.i pertenters with the othersin If published' once each week for foarrrmeentive .
weekly IstuesDONE : . ,.
proportion. AND ORDERED at West! Palm
This Sunday's lesson will *> Bench Palm Beach Coxintv Florida
iI
the 29th day of January. \ I
t..m..1 on not th. ,dreams ()}1q. D 1948.J .
MEK ARNFTTEClerk :
plans or promises of the apo.tle* of the Circuit Court
the :* Palm Beach Countv FIorl-t a
but The Arts of Aptle .Circuit Court Seal)

The quartet will sine. All um.ffihated Bv Thad
men are cordially invited .Attorney TH.on WIHrOEN for Plaintiff I _

and ,'i itors. SIII1lamnrnin :tp45 I i P,.....k..... FlorIda __. ..., N....:.. . .
Hall. I Puh: FehnilT 6. 13 20.:7. 1! 48IN .,:; ''10 '. :'ya y .>. :
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Fellowship ;

Roy O'Xenl has boon appoint* 1 TIN TOIRT OF Tin (OtNT" :... \... ...;...;:to.*.:':f .: <.:.,:; ":. ; ..
manager of the newly orgimzetlorthovtn I MlX.t. r\IM: IU:It II n.t.NTMOKIII1 \ I u."
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of the ('hnreh. Rehearsal RE"T..t1' C'F FOIUR: HUTTOXDErFisFD. : "

; will Ins con.liuted IVcdnes.la7nights : :

following the prayer mootinp I .I Cro nTITO :tt<"i deoeis are hereby not:If''slnd i
All interested are mvite.1 to Chevroiells
.' r"srji.-o puticiplte Urv Mo xrg will di- hrh they mac hate :: :list Only !

rectMr 'i:
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!". Molvrg will hi, the soloist In the ('"' -thotjse a Vest Palm Rmorim ,

Sunday! morning!: at the 11 o'cloo'cperice : Flort'! 'Ithln "I.=ht '11.. ral..nopr .. --,, .- ------ -- .- ,. _. ..._.
.ntlifr<'m the date of th first "'"'- I I
and will render "The 11.t'"n <.T tuts notice I .
Each r':.im or demand mu- +*. In .
-- --- -- :erltir.C: and must state t h.- rsltlrnre .. '._. Men cnd women evwryvohere agree i

ems.'r t r.}-: claimant and aid st-office mastworn ad'lr..r robe .: Only one is No. 1-only Chevrolet i is

' I ",e .':,\ mint his nze*" ..r his 8'- ,. .
'r f.Classified Ads c first-in all/ round value
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cleared and repiired: 'hone -i---1. Pa *Det .5: I Via, .gyp;. according to official nationwide regutrctionj -
p-i'viket t: '
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,'Iii i i. \1.1-:: :-;. w and u-" ,l \\ illsJ : .\.... ::. r. c : } you ewi a rolets than cny other me!.*, according
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IN f: : f>T\TE 01IOW -=:' .4 is
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ranT... .. Iirased _.r. --_...1".1 f- : even more fu.uriovtf'ng.'; colors endcppoint'erts
t. txirt \ >.HS to I!
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p'i' 4 '"i % t.te"t i' *f -t-t p. .\. H"MNi. i'I AI\U on DESI\N.: : t t :

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: Join the 11,200 pedestrians KILLED last year !




! Don't go home to-night. Go to the hospital-or the morgue!

! Why be around tomorrow, next week,or next year? Go on-
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dash through traffic when and where you shouldn't. Ignore

!I red lights and safety signs. Make a face at the trallic cop

! who's trying to protect you as you tear by hurrying to go

where?

Be impatient. Hurry, hurry and join the 11,200 pedestrians
Mr. Motorist-
. who were killed in the United States last year. 195 of them

were neighbors of yours in Florida. !

i : SAFE MAKE DRIVIHG But perhaps you (don't like the idea. Maybe you enjoy living

and don't want to rush into Kingdom Come prematurely.That's .
I A HABIT
different-and the answer is simple. Don't hurry. Wait

just the few seconds it takes the light to go green. Don't

t take a short cut across the middle of the block, drivers aren't

! ._ looking for you there. And no matter when or where you
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TRAFFIC RULES
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GOOD REPAIR

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DON'T TAKE CHANCES Sheriff's Department

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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Fr Jay. February 20, 19B

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County Council Of- Scout Program Patrolman Talks M\xS MEETING I when the internationally famous
Reverend Robert S.
Bennett.
industrialist and lay ('Yan diH.I .
Continued fro-n page 1 Rotary Club Meet On Safety To BPWC Pesidtnt of the Ministerial As- I R. G. LeTourreau the man \\t.tFixes
Isociation of the Palm Beaches
announce 90
banner at the with the I away percent of his income -
meeting National Boy Scout Week lea? "i af"'ty' on the Highways" was > that under the p nsol- I and has declared that Gc\l

Canal Point PTA runnerup in attendance observed by the Pahokee Rota-/ the subject of a talk by Lt. A. G. hip of the Association:;:; a countywide i runs his business, will give h_'.

Club with a special: scout programat Fausett of"e t Palm Beach, an Marc Meeting is to be held ir testimony and highlights of his
A special: in observanceof the Palm Beach High School Audi career as a business
program man
Patrol exarge-
the Thursday luncheon meeting officer of the State Highway
torium. West Palm Beach, on Sun- list. The general public is In
Founders urged
Day was presentedThe last week.
Everglades
of the -
at a meeting
day, March 14. at three o'clock. attend.
various aims of PTA wen
Tom S. Kirk commissioner of Business and Professional"oman's
represented by candles which were the North Glades District of the
Mrs. W'. C. Prewitt of \ Club at the home of Mr3
lighted by .
Gulf Stream Council of Boy
Cleo Douthit Tuesday night. Also I' "
Lake Harbor. Mrs. DV. Beete Scouts and Rev. A. J. Lively district I - _- -_ Z f
and Mrs.V.. C. Newton of West on the program Dr. R. L. Pipesof ,
of ] ;: SOMETHING
chairman gave a report :1 j EIX TIRE LINE I :
Palm Beach :Mrs. Brubaker Mrs. Belle Glade spoke on "Diseas- :
within the dis
activities
scouting 1
L. R. Brooker. Mrs. E. C. Mann of the Heart." The guests speakers SEE THE I
trict. Scoutmaster Kicklighte"gave
and Mrs. Herbert N. Evans of an interesting: talk on the were introduced by Mrs. Lera :: U. S. ROYAL AIR RIDE TIRES
Lake Worth and Mrs. Boyd T. Richardson chairman of the com- i
progress made during the pat I:
munity health and safety Committee -
Vorhees of Canal Point. Corsage
by the Pahokee Boy ScoutTroop
year :
who was in charge of the pro SEE THEM TODAYPAUL'S
were presented' to Mrs Thomas
23 which is sponsored b/
Bregger of Belle Glade. Mrs. Fred the club. gram.

Boatwright of West Palm Beach. The group discussed plans to Refreshments were served by SERVICE STATION 1\\
:Mrs. Henry Pautte and Mrs. start immediate repairs on the roof Mrs. Sue Rozelle hostess. It was
announced that the next club meeting I
Rhamo of
Lake Worth past presidents and windows of the Pahokee scon
CANAL POINT FLORIDA
home of Mrs. -
will be at the t.1
of the County Council wh'Were ? hut which were damaged by the
Lorraine Vann with Mrs Charlotte
present at the meeting. Mr*. hurricane last fall. Plans were als ) ----
Walston and :Mrs. Nola Dragon
Shea introduced the past presI- made for the club's annual ladies
dents and Mrs. Beebe presentedthe acting as co-hostesses. .--- --
night program which will be prs ,
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corsages in behalf of th-> sented in March. f --

group.At President Orin Bacon announcedthat Jimmy Holmes Has .
noon luncheon was served 'n balloting for the election ofa
the woman's clubhouse with th> new district governor and the Birthday Party Shrubs and TreesALL

tables beautifully decorated with appointment of a committee t-;=,
spring flowers for the occasion.. nominate local officers was to Mrs W. M. DuBose entertainedat
Hampers of fresh vegetables were her home on Bacom Point Road
take place at this week's meeting. VARIETIES AT RETAIL
presented to the guests as door Saturday afternoon with a partyhonoring
prizes. :Mrs. Ralph Stanley was in her nephew. Jimmy
charge of luncheon arrangement Altar Society Has Holmes, who was celebrating his Authorized Sales and Service :

She was assisted!' by Mrs. J. V. Colorful CeremonyMiss fifth birthday anniversary.
Thomas. Mrs. J. T. Pickett. :Mrs. The Valentine motiff was used JACOBSEN POWER AND

Curtis Chase. Mrs. A .D. Beverly in party decorations and the guests
Gene Rushing' Belle Glade HAND LAWN MOWERS !
:Mrs. E. P. Holt. Mrs. ..J.V.. Cru- were presented with candy basket?
and Mr. Francis Cross Jr.. Paho-
Jackson and as favor Outdoor games were en
thirds. Mr' C. T. !
kee were crowned Queen and King
::\ "' C.V.. Kennen. Plates wera joyed. The hostess was assisted in
of Hearts' in colorful
a ceremony
ISLAND LANDSCAPE
I the serving of refreshments of <'t"eream CO.
laid for 100 persons: and the luncheon when the St. Mary's Altar Societrrf''t'nt'd :
was served by the girl of the and cakes molded in th' I
Parade, a -
Cupid on pre'lenten Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
form of hearts mother
Hjrh school home economics class. festival having St. Valen- by Jimmy's -
The next County Council meeting -!I't mo Day for the theme. Miss I MrsJ.. A. Holmes: also bv 1100 Southern Blvd.'e t Palm Beach

wi!. !',' be' 1 at Lake Park on 111i I I Leashing and Air. Cross were leden :':Mrs. D. W. Cunningham and David I

:May 1* am' tentative plane] were their throne by Cupid, ably: por- ,Cunningham. Ii
made for a PTA .school of traved by R. Young Creech III. 1-
tion for the county in April.olr. instru-I Cupid led the King and Oueeirnd

-.. -- I <'r an archway of flowers formed -

::\ and Mrs. O. B. McClure bv three arches covered with

spent the weekend in Fort Pierce red aid white gladioli and he'd
and while there attended a birthday bv six beautiful girls who served
I-!"?.. honoring: his brother. as maids to the Queen with Me< ( l1

Guy McClure. I sers.V.. L. Cunningham Jr. and / $
Howard Armstrong. Kings Guard ?

standing at attention. :Mr. Clyde ,\ "
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Master of Ceremomeo
Clayton. ',
If. \,
- placed the crown on the Queen .,
To The CitizensOf head and said. "Gene Rushing, because -
you personify Youth beautv. ;A J J
Palm Beach panty and 10"('. I crown von :it

Queen of lIt>arts"'. And placing the -
County: crown on the Kings head Mr.
Clayton said. "Francis Cross because Vl
you personify youth integrity "fi\

\\lsll \XMH'XC'K MY uprightness and love I crown ,

('\SOlU.\\ FOR you. King of Hearts". %

KK-F.I.FXTION Three year old Young Crt>('c:1 .............. --... ----
won thunderous* applause a!' he ---
To The Office OfCOUNTY
marched down the aisle with bow

and arrow his: wings moving with
the sway of his body a perfect
JUDGE
portrayal of Cupid. ., a
Miss Rushing was beautifullygowned
ankle length white chiffon -
in
subject To The .
l.m I.ULt.lns.. :\ .\\' I with heart shaped bodice topped -
with flesh colored chiffon Sh* .;
carried an arm bouquet of red and
white ro!' "*. The ma lL". Misses
Mary Mulhs of Pihokee. Evelyn c
Lee of Lake Harbor Margaret TO BEAT THE BAND!

\Villnm Ouid.i Hughes; Retty \1-
for.!. Nell Thomas all of nr-: .

Glade! wore evening gowns of pistol -
shade"

i . jffeCCl rob are re rQ fret n'nih.-es'; *+i''TJ""

M FBI .\ e-.fu; Talk reot.T-rt '':.: K -se Kt.2*.:; .sires' ,:;1..C.;:. c-x t-cc' ...."..
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To Pahokee Lions Lte.6 t:.e:n wSL .yOi5C3 their hecm is t.'OIS"f t t .:."c:: =.d

c-* crea them I.a2cca

p ifV I "The Op a'rition. l>ut.ird Re.snor.sd. .
.hti.'s "d the Fo'..ral n rte t. . ae UM oi .:'e- naty for house h :rr.j.1, ca-s yetLs

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