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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: March 19, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Tre Truly Distinguished' Mind

Prefers the Provinces"










FRIDAYMarch


: Ifr 1948 PUBLISH K IY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY






.John Kirk Seeking I:'Rardin Cites Accomplishments Buck Back On Humphries Pahokee County Engineer



Re-election Mav 4 :' I 'olice Department Surveys Proposed


As County SheriffS i And Asks For Re-election As ( \\'. A. I iI2iicI Humphries, ,c Bacom Pt. AirportAn

|I"'fj.un on the P.ihoke police force

I ] nd xxoxkinc" : richta. l>m.k i is ::ftjtrangt'r
;' riff J",hn F. Kirk of Palm I ( to police: circle.- in Pah-- engineering, patty out of the

Beach e'mot'fur ,uallv announces j County Commissioner In Glades !' ke ,inee. he netted efficiently two county engineer's office i i-. buy

his candidacy; for ie- --K
the jithcon.ing: >.'!nocratlc Pii- : \\ BicotnI
: --- ,I merit. One time he s-erx-ed fix' county airport site on

nary IM held Tu'sday.Iay .Jtl" County Commissioner Paul I j i have been spent in the Glades :years ard five months and at another I I P,.int .Road.Iont.y for purchase of

Kirk i;? now .setving his first time he served three! years.He | tNsite was put in this vt'are
Rardin today: announcehis i I district in the past three vears.liaidin ; .
._ term and offers as his qualifications is able at the "f
I an officer and work Budget lequest County
has ,
candidacy for fe-eleotion in the ben a regular attendant -
his reoid in his present office i well with other members, of til: O>ninnsiorfr Paul Rardin.
Everglades district of Palm j at SID t meeting wIth

%fx" Beach cwnty. subje< t to the |i I the same plea at every: meeting. force. -. |i Pr. -er.t plans ( all for '.....I'I..ra-

primary election on May 4. He i "More and better road, for the (tion of the county and federal

qualified! today as a candidate Glades:' His pleas: harked t'r Pahokee Sets Date i goy-rnnient agencies in hudkng

with the clerk of the circuit I with full cooperation from localcivic : ; the port which will be easily acSccf.sible -
to Pahokce and IMleJGIade
court and chairman of the democratic clubs and other intetestedcitizens
tXt.cuti'Ommittt"t' I have brought results to For City Election I by nexxro.ids. to Uon-
strut, ted. Kicom Pointand is the
In asking the voters of the this section.He I
I ''only place in the lake Okeec !h'I"'t"
vast ;; :ritdttrral! aiea on the cited l a omplete! letre.id i
'T-.e Pahokee fits O-im-il at i.me !;iRe:::::iim large tnough and l truth ..1l
eastern shore! of Lake Okeeeho-I .*.b on the e. ll,' GIh! '-Pahokee
tir.c::: Tut'.>d iv night:: j instructed: :> :...-ecuie enough to xx.irrant
tier to le-elect him. i It.udin pointed I K.ad. icbuilding! road from llelleGlade
the niax-or to pr.xltiTU I a city ele--- ( iuiiidirg a K.ix-j-d-.Jty! air|>.\rt.
l to his accomplishments to Six Mile IJiidsre.l lebuildintr tion for !
,1'11'I I TIlt.:1)'oJav: -J at which
T.'C' (:ill for one nlnIa
injj the three has ( pans
he
years road from South nay
l lN lW timpt..s will 1..- cast for .
mayor. ,
is' THHMI r and anther -
in offite. Outstanding. he saic5. to BtII.Ia.I..,, new road from | to -t long
his road I ( hicf if p-lice.: ctx'cleik. and I three'co'in'ilrim. tn Iw' 2IMN} f,..-t in length
was which hash
Relle Glade hri.i.to
program Packinghouse :
<> : 11 the (;
:n May rlln.ti..n -<' : fitleral aid:
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\I''r'at if
,'en miles of nuk j !
many roads section, new base and surface .
t.-e! the
win be held for twolaeling
sit ort
x constructed by county fot- <..* in on road from packing horsarea .... for the building the fw| xxa.s'announced
candidates: of each offit'xhere
i sexeral xxe-ks thisar'ea: several miles of which: tn dike at the golf course.
+ no majority votes xva ''Rardm: The *M.I25 wIll ..w- uved
have been hard unfaecd. resurface of Brown's Farm load
l h.nnf. > candidate in tne for the initial work .it the airport
"Upon re-election to office" resurface of State Market roadin ;IJI..t.i'.1 clt'ctinn.Incurnhents ,
be by
wIll
and it .supplemented
Rardin said. "I shall continuemy Pahokee. new surface from who ,
s e twoyeartennis
'tllntflln.I;. Total cost of thefi.ld
efforts in behalf of better Canal Point to Martin countyline ; ( .
t
of office in ins
:! May
expire + .. will be $133.000 lb.count}
roads in this section making my new si-T""! lieM! at railroad irdMayor T Cl1.. t.v4swrL.: said. ,

plus sixteen years previous : rood program first and foremostin crossing near light plant !InPahokf' Police! CTiief A. E. Morgan. CitvCleik |eneinrer Rardin out that $j..">.-
printed
experience as a law enforcement my plans." ('. and signal light at railroad : \\-. P. Walker. Cour.cilmeii. '
I aside in thi.ritears
1'I COO has been set
officer in Palm Beach County. The commissioner pointed to crossing in South Bay.The .F.1.. Shaughnes Pon Hillier for of the

Born in Dallas Count}.. Missouriin ', the vast! amount of new road golf course road in Belle j vnd! I. M L.-ur. None as yet has J budget. purchase
airport
1001. Mr. Kirk came to Pahokce building equipment he has secured Glade Brown's Farm road and site.Consider
intends
he
(announced whether or not -.-
in 1928 and was appointed to the I I for his district. New 1 1I State Market road in Pahokeewere to seek re-election. Candidates \

Police force of that city; a fo>\.' I equipment secured by Rardin county maintained when ; have until midnight April Plans

months afterwards. In 1929. ne I during the past three years in- i I Rardin went into office. He pre- (!(24 to qualify for this election. ,

was appointed Constable of the 7th ,I ( hides a dragline, bulldozer nine i x-ailed up >n the State Road Department i The O.un< il named on the election -

District and held both john until i!,, trucks a jeep and other much- to take three road I', board: Mrs" Ruth Meredith For Legion HomeThe

1932. when he resigned to take I needed road building machinery.all over for maintenance and thi.< clerk" : :Mrs. Ali-e Spooner. Mrs.

the appointment of Chief of Policeof I I of which has been used advantageously I' was done at a meeting in AuJTU5t. ''Gertrude Gamut :tn.1Irs.! C. It !
of Fredand
Belle Hade; the fame yea% :; in constnuctinoimty ;: : 1'Ihd.1 in I>ayt na '!\Io..r. in'pt' elected Constable I Percy: Mansfield p..tO mot
13Z.11' Kirk was ( road I Beach.Durinsr. '
m.1Ii s KucilleVilliam altfnates. -
of the Mh District. which of thAI ; Mtentlxwith? (" (:. \Villi.im.Vt
Rardin cited two major coun- j the course .
until :2m1.194r : r.ilm Bea h contractor. an! a..k.J
job he held January ; employee: appointments secured j I campaign" Rardin .i.t. 1 shall I
., when he became Sheriff. familiarize -.- the contra* tor to give an estimates
bv him from county commission i i make every effort to

The Sheriff is now a residentof An assistant county agent I the citizen with those things Sunrise Service To ,of the ost *'f the legion Home

West Palm Reach. i is married.nr.d was named on Kard'n"! recommerdition 1 which have been ilone daring my !! which the group plans to build on"anal

the father of three children. and has been at the tenure "f p!'ic". I shill; al-. inform I He Held Easter For : ( P :nt Road in the n..ar fu-

a member of the Northwood Baptist service of the farmer since> them of plar for >>ettermer.t PointAn ture. :t was annonmed at a nl.tf1J -
Pahokec-Canal
i '.f p."t in the woman' dUr
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Glade MasonicI.odce. \ :
Belle
Church.: openinc an office in Belle niad' of the road system in th -

a memlier of the K .,tei; nearly three years ago Recently Kveiglides) during the next four I house Mrday! night 1'nder pm"rt -
Easter Siirrreerv;< for arch-rib type of huiM'ir.e -
an
iatorv.ttahi plant
Star. I..ak.'rlh Con a ful1-timf' county welfare worker 1 vearI deeply appreciate th- .
the Pahokee-Car.il Point area and '! be runs1ere Shrine Club. "- :TC
: Tenipte..1bri i
wn named to serve fe KverClade i splendid! cooperation I have r- '
I and tax"ivers sponsored bv tie Mini- nil .\"- fr?.itp
Traveler.hamhr district and off-oei will ("t.Ifrum the citizen
ht't'niin office >"t..ttlhn111 b- h.'id on\ KatTM..i : i I'larxv-r.- rnadfor; 1',,:-'t *01\
be maintained in I'ahokee :HI"H"Jlt" wove I have -
Elk and an Optimist Glarii' and wit t,.- grateful for a nine at '; m .\. :\1. The !
Mr. Kirk states that he i!' >pont thy ew.ys-rati'>-i ., 'I 1 h.t5;, same as I last yeathe I>-(\ ..see, ., m h.' WK! Hall th'
More than :i rrllion: tlill .r' nnt nianre o
c I'"r: .' ..,.,..I:1t.: for :t'!". ." 1'Ih--r.;:.... !>" kbMt TIHI' 'o-.k coming "'Ir.laniJht.. Mar: 2Optartinc
11 State Roid: Pop-ti tment fund!" :n the! f tar.Pastry -
( 0,0. ,' . :' '.' ,. 'hls " ,*t ithe wrxne I'"+ v.-ar Thai at rune anl! la(tirtr iirtilth

; II. pledge- ,'ni' ."'I. tin ,'" r. t -.,- :.' of E""r u.11 \..- b'owgMJ ,- doggy tart to h(r.xl Millie: will

0''n: !"\'..,! : n.:.... Trees Removed By Sale Planned T .. I:. v dr= n T HO...-!< >- furnished bv, a "ix-p'ere n.

.. -f tray M-t".>.h-' e-h-jr-h '.f 'irhestrt. Admission will }... $*
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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, March 19. 19IS

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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I Pahokee-Canal Point Pahokee WMU Met V.;. H. Kemp was elected Junior
FIA Itailor. The poup'otl Oter.d
School] Patrons Air :Monday: At Church S23 to Dorothy at
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Thompson

Established! : 1024 Published Every Friday I Needs Of SchoolsAt PaSokee WML met Monday: afcrnx'n the Lakeland children home for
Subscription Price S2.60 Year In .Ad-ance. i. an Easter Gift.
at the church for a bu !-
a meetir.o: of citizen? of P tLk.'e MrsUnwin announced that thj
Is Entered the Post OfficeIn Point ne?< meet:"1,. Mrs. Horace: ITn'Ain.presulent. : ,
The Everglades Ne-.vs at amt Canal: Friday ::::tat U'MU meeting will be ht"lOl'aLt
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter .e-iir.i:; at the Lion<< Hill \\hnhir.ilnded : teas: in chaise: of tai i" ,'n March :::;. 21. 2.;. Mr*.
: representatives from t'w ... ..-, V'K. G. G.lli: ycj"re ; Stella Mullis:; cave the devotionalThtie -.
Paul Kardin Owner. Editor Publisher ciViC club. -chool:;:: churches:; am ; ->pleader reported 124 your.g were IT members; i:1 attend-
fraternal or anzati0ns: of b.tl i i people enrolled in auxiliaries. Mrs. .,....
The Right Kind town need of the two schoN:; 't

The t biide was ordering her fiat ton of tO "What Kind were aired.! A resolution wa-. .
dra-\n asking; the countseh(( 1 i, 1
of cr al dm you want lh<> dealer a-ked.
'-:?nrd to include in its proposed::: j jsthool
?" bride "Are there} different t
"Kind exclaimed the puzzled. for Palm ;
plant program j
klllu"dh. --;?!" Beach county much needed buiKIings Building Cost Forced Down
ye.3." an-nvered the dealer. "For instance we have and equipment for they ;j

ejr.r coal and chestnut coal. sch--ol t*. I DY
"1'd tithe! the l.;!;! coal," the bride promptly dlcided.hrn Tie meeting came as a result l'i'i

be (ookinj: egg: oftener than I will chestnuts. C. & O. t-e report of the school plant ,mr- i Construction Co. Inc.PAHOKEE.
Tr'k-, ivy committee which only incliulc j, Geiger .
J one recommendation in th

Failure proposed school plant program forPahakee ] FLA .
: and none for Canal Point.
/ bejjjjrr clutched at the sleeve of a benevolent-Iookincr Citizens in this section contend
pas-er-li\ that if these schools:; do not con',
"Five. cent.ir: for a cup of coffee?" he whined. in for: their !share' of the S3.300.00-
Ti.e other turned to survey him. "'\11\. should I give you bond issue which comes up in an New Home For SaleBuilt

5c: ?" he psked. "What brought I you to this said plight:?" election on May 11, that fr'>t'hold-I
dr "* the "Two ers in this area will vote asam.-t :1
"A terrible catastrophe, beggar replied.
yeans ago, like you I enjoyed business prosperity. I worked the issue.Members.
voted to send the resolution : to withstand hurricane winds,
indiixtnou: ly. On the wall above my desk was the motto:
to the county board for its
"Think Constructively. Act"Decisively] ,' Wealth] poured my Tuesday meeting ant to send a :II good heart lumber thru-out. Threerooms
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\vav. And then-and then- delegation repr'sl'ntingtht's(, organizations .I
"Yes, and then?" to attend the first public
::1 and breakfast nook bed-
one
The !beggar's; frame shook convulsively."The meeting of the board.
scrub! lady burned motto.-The Kablejrram. James H. Wilson who elected
my wa Ii \
chairman of the committee, presided room. Design provides for addition of i imore -
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Lions Entertain George Belk, Jr., Is Canal at the Pont.: meeting.was elected A. Q. as Howellof vie-? ,:: rooms later. Located close in on

Daughters At Meet Head Senior Scouts chairman and Mr,. R. J. Schrodersecietary. :.:1

I I I i -.- I' i SE 3rd Ave.Total.
Pahokee Lions entertained tht'irI George Uozelle' was chosen president
Mr. and Mrs. William Hillman I Ilof
daughters! and members of the P.i- of the Intermediate :Metho ,
PK-omoke Citv. Mr., and Do-
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Mist Youth
okee Girls Scout Troop at a fathers Fellowship group at
[I\.itt Tucker of Baltimore have
the First Methodist Church at the
i Cost
and daughters luncheon held in been guests the past week at His : $2,986
annual election of officers held .it.
the Lions Hall TuesdayMrs.! Joe the church. home of Mr. and Mrs.V IevWade
Tom Roynton. who has served as in Pahokee. Messrs. Hillman
Other officers elected
captain of the local Girl Scon"TVron new were1Cillard 'and Tucker are labor official I
sineo it McCtirdy vice president: () ( Down. Balance in
; ;* organization: six $500.00
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Mary Ann Howes, l'"retaryfyrl .
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months ago reported that the
Cruthird-' treasurer Louise Hat- I ;;: I
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troop now has 20 second' cia s Mr. and Ponce McDonald l
.ton evangelism and chairman I monthly payments.
pcotjtand! 10 of tenderfoot ranK: worship of St. p..tt.'rshurwlrt": guests; of
She intro chairman of the troop committee chairman: Hita Fay Hurt Mrs. X. V. Maxson over the weekend \ .
community service chairman and _. ._
who review of 10c'.ttgirl --- - -- - -
Rave a -- - ----- - -- -' - -- -- -- ---- --
I Carol Snvder. recreation chair-
scout activities and told of

plans for the future. Mrs. Leslie man. .
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Futch and Mrs.: James Stafford.

assistant troop leaders, were illtrodu. Officers Of Post 242
.
.., Rev. C. T. Howes, the

club's program of:cert-monies.(chairman acted amast..r j Will Be ElectedI For Governor .

A report on the progress of the I At a mf"t'tingof Canal Poin
civic committee now engaged: : in a Legion Post 242 at the Legion
study' of needs for the improvement Home Monday night Commander
of the local school system 'Hov Pope namt'.1m Knnis. L/v! CAC .Yx.
was given at the luncheon by fence and Francis A. Wilson on i (
James II. Wilson who representsthe committee to nominate new ('If- ,
Irons on the committee. It was ficers.It M.h a r:.
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nnnorneed.that. the Lions Stat was announced that Post 212: .
moetnjy will be held in St. Augusti sill conduct a special meeting: en
:n April and Lion Interrntio"il I the night of Mar. 2at! whicn ,

Convention, in Now York time the committee will give a r -I Ii
City in July. ;port of its recommendations and i d dI
----- (ladditiontl nominations! will be r -

Mr. and Mrs. Hutvn Crews ha :\\'.' 'ceived, from the floor following I 1 1I

n* guest this week their daughter |which the annual election of Pot
Mrs Cooper P... trt'. of Inver 242 will '..> held Refreshment I 1 1I
ness. will be served at this meeting.:

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: Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Fri .n'o .- -:\I.HC'1-__0__ 19__ lots


I Variety- Show To Be Cub Scouts Pack \ \Special :Music To i'hone FREE PARKING: 'I :

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Sponsored By Canal Mark Palm Sunday KHilU IMWX TOUX

Point Auxiliary j Formed For Canal! :Methodist Service i;1 Till I'p nit:, insoline and Park Ail 1)aif You Like '

; I' i\ri.\iK STATION I_ QU ISRANCHOpniste
Point Youngsters Palm Sunday in the Canal Point
Th American Legion:; Vixrv .
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t B-ach. FloridParker .
(.' Ci.....' hint i U ?pon OIi:1t FirstV.V
"Variety Show" to be given at special music and the -erm<,n .
the school auditorium: on Fr.tliv. Formation of Paek 21 of the 1 hy the minister on "Fling Wide --..----

April 2. "Mr. American L(>:,: ion-' Cub Scouts= sponsored by the Cant, Gates=" The Sacrament .f

clndti:;* Auxiliarywi!! '>' al P.-.int PTA trunk place last "Iue-..- ]Baptism will be presented for infants -

c'lOi-en fro i anu.nqf the v >ur.rters day; riht.! B:1I Nex=en. Bov Sco-it j and children at the time of

of Canal Point in a \"otinco tf>;;t Executive of'f'
between now and date of the ;h')\\,. .,wn* in charge of the meeting 11 A. M. The Sacrament will also
Pictures of contestants; have Those! in attendance Wf'r11'. and iMrs. ,. -1 extended to adult; at ;; p. n.1 I Il'ith.r CANAL POINT. II-OKll
Jo> Edenfitld.! C. H. Hitc..- immersion
been placed in the window of TheE by sprinkling or j
'....; t-l.-d!,". N(.,.s. Jar with -vnall- cock. Mr. Hattie Dixon Mrs.: A. The Evening Service at 7:30 will '' GENERAL REPAIRSCars.
have been placed in M. Sims. Mrs. J. H. tra.p'r.h:; ,1\biinsr another rand hvnn-sing..
er pictures
each of the following: stores: Andrew \\". L. Duncan. Mrs. J. D. Latham The minister will speak on "Circumstance : T?'ucks. Tractor Diesel I

Hooks Grocery.Ech !;(Mrs. Geonre Nob'es.! and W. T. '. *; and the Will of G >d". .
Grocery Engine, and Power Units
<>Is Grorerv. AmmonGrocery, i';i Blair. :second: in a series of sermons on ': ::
The night of the show when thet I Joe Edenfield: and C. H. Hitchcock ;the; meaningful and inpirinz; I
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-<> winners are to be crowned agreed to form the Pack 1 1Committt"t" though: often misused phrae. "The I

there will be a small admi't!' ion One more man to sews: Will of God". Third in the series I -
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hare and funds realized by the 'on that committee must he obtai.i- :will IK- the Easier evening address

Auxiliary will go for that Rroup's ed before the charter can be -rantrd. on "The Triumphant Will of God. .
chanty work. I,! \\". T. Blair will l- the Cubmaster. An exceptionally large congregation :; -

A cordial invitation i is extendedto last Sunday night expressed | DAN MCCARTY for GOVERNOR
to Tre boys will at present '>e d.-: of the
all citizens of Canal Point interest in the subject "
take an active part in the contest ;jvided} tub, two dt-n-. D-n 1 will be ons. 'term-I
!'locate in North Canal Point wir'i Special services (during KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE!
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and
*. Joe Kdenfield Week will include an Upper Koom'Observance :
Band Concert To as Aociatt"nlot:1: .' on Monday. Thursdayjmd
Den 2 will l>e locatde in South i
!jers. an afternoon Good Friday gt'rv I
Be Given At Canal Point with Mrs Latham anJ
[Canal ('e. The service on Thursday will
Point PTA MeetingrPiVi j:.Ire. Nobles' serving as Associate ,|,be a reliving: of the events of the :
addition of more '
pen Mother The evening befoie Jesus' crucifixion c4CATTLEMAN
''dens' planned as more Cubs seek! II [ I
*. O. I.imrri and his Pa- I |through the Bibical story! and in I
I dmittance. *O"lg'lh... service will be from ":30
School Band will
1 jkee Hish aptear -I ; of the Park I
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Chalt't"It'mo.'r
in concert at the Canal Point j' TMi to 8:13. Good Friday: will be marked j ,
'viii inUichnnl "IViduy"
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in the
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Mond'yriffht. hy a pt'ri..1
reboot auditorium on
: Uichard l l>ixonGeorire
5. at their regular .l'1. James !church for all who are able to attend -
April
E.Jwa-1 N--ble. For: imCharli's ? '
theme of"The
with meditation
rteetn! of the PTA. Members of a
? Ronnie H.tchcock. Hunter )I! s". It !'
the local PTA are anxio-is tint: a Words from the Cro CITRUS GROWER
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large crowd be in attendance f''r ;nd Homer Itham.n..y Stray- i will Iv from :! to 2:1;:, p. m. The VETERAN BUSINESS MAN

the! concert. I'r.. Hitkr.es Duncan Richard music of the tower chimes will LEGISLATOR CIVIC LEADER
Week?. I'I'I serve as a reminder. to the com- I
Other boy have expressed a desire of those ,
o |. ,munitv: of the solemnity
to ln.lonar. W.- shall: )*> :gl.xl'n; .
L! j.:!. ;J.. .' :1 .vvlco! +.e all hovs <*. 1" and 111! hoe I:.rs.('{t pt inn of members will take : P Dun.. t1rC. r'jr.d.a. .w J.>. biro m f Ircc. (O'.ft"m.. ,,-.l-...-.....I"d..-.....Ron.....
'f into the P.nk. but h"- 1. .Mt ..J ....'.,.-. -c"j .-
rate age glace during the Easter Service . . <. ...
THIS OLD \WOHLO A fore they can j tin their nut: nt- t'ivear.t! \" .. hersthat a large;; I' ,j i' .'.. 1 I n ,

t--;.':!:rv FINE. PLAC'i0 ; n'i.-t pl..lge their: fonn'nitin.. ctorp will make tt! 'ir derision for ;. .I."., .. .. .'TO.

LIVE--- THAT IS \F '(PUMA The Cutting pnvjiam is bn-ei Chti-t! and join the fellowship ..!' j M.rt.;d'I I_Gr.-. FK .. I

:!.2r Dad-Moti-ei- His! ron.\,..,.-: :at this! tune. !. .M.kc-d k..IM.mbn.!-...'.... Dannr.6. an! I i 1)ii..'.1.="::.:., .::.H.f .;.. ;;..
- J S.:: -- t litionship! and! the Cub The Yntmlarri..1 Fell!''w-\! :!'
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: help parents 4 r.jyed an ext.'!'tionally fie: Fish . I' ; . .
!1 ;jL:7" "e* a*>:M-hit lv nothir.2 out of th' Ft'hoOt Friday evmnc. Hosts of ... ....' I
of I""c" 0 '7. .
1 |("Ih) pio Ta-r Therefore, parent': : :the affair were O-ie and KH.i t'p-!i F A M l..Up.......l Or J..
-'. v ,. of frllo... .1r...... I.. t'. .... ..... IS..I..r.d ..
;y I i It '"_ <:;0J must' show their desire t) j"i+ t it-glove and Randy and I....i* ..en lUt a..f t.t..w..1 .-....... a ......''..1 "-......
it in the spirit tlf Cutting b..- i labelled "the host
rJ'f j'f. [1atk. It was I n".J" f.. at 1. .'
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j;riill b,- fxplamt-d nt any time folks who gathered.An I f<: '. > > .. > 'j ;:::: ";::.::::-. ';.:: "
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Wlll n to parents if they will gel in even do/en, young men and! .
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/ a fine time in the woods above 1"1' 1.17 "
[j' 7\/ /" / Den and l Rick mettinjr tnue :0;.... ]t) !spillway last: S.iturdiv : I

Jti ill '... ar.n . '. / '
w _ _,_ - --- -- tievening t around the campfirealter :

Iki.:: of .-.-In' . their :; Reach Party For aid doughnut! innrmerahle were wi..nt'r.k."nn"III1..1 and.'".! : 't.T: ; I II

I no Flare in Pahokee like leI : Girl Scout Members I,,"yril: ) games; were pl.v t.1 I. xvit'is : I .'

':.F: li(1ui)1')!: ,':>. :-" <' h..i"f' ghost stones. I

'.\ t- :-iH-t inlttin K..iy lep.i" Th- ."ur.-'r Fe'.I-tw-hip had :a'wstthirty
M"MbfMs of th.. P.ihok Giri] at it and -': : ran any make
St '.ut Trop onvye I a U-ach partyat < 1I.1I.lwdrk: n.Im the ..111':1 -' W,-
Prop 1an.1, mi-el iuot- the LikeV..rth (C'ain .ttur- : '.. f 'y'ht': tive I-KII.N-I: ,. : -
rs tour will s ive )''''1 div! !Pnor t.i rroito: the lnMohth1 %" .
and ler. ? : the! life "f 'l
y ; < n eirl! < mad, a .ght'ing tour -.- -

.'Ir ear ><' tie! N.',ton Art Gallery in \\Vvt'Vilrn Elks Team To Take i Those Sensational
IVa"h and 1 itvr had a picnic I

lunch at Phipp-s Paik. Part[ In Contest In : I
The -I =...":ta w,-r.' ,t-'ompani.-.I GREYHOUNDSARE
LAKE SHORE by :\11'". Jo.> Tom I'oynton. tr.'.>p Ft. Lauderdale Sunday :

MOTOR CO'CKrr 'aptalntr. .1.uiies Stafford a<- +! RUNNING Ii Iij
-"- :fi= t.irt tr..p leader. Mi<. Kenni thM.H I I'xaltr.l! Ruler: Harold I oo-nh'rg .
"'''-'' , .... k.11'1'. II. K. Long an.tIrs.. j 1Ilcckv 1 pnd. other members of the Klk j

Starlinir.r team of Pahokee lithe! No. 11)3": Nightly Rain or Shine II I
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_aM> a hll"grollp thL w.'f'k.1.: >n- I
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rI r- -Ii: work at IVlie Glide Lodge On. atthePALM

I '.In..s..1\ night they went t.. i iCelt
I P. lm 1-ach where they put : BEACH
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I 'on w >rk On Thursday r..sr.t in !

I their own 1 lodge+ they had cn'<' rev ,
I b'ar'al for the! di"tnrt ror.te- tr KENNEL CLUB
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I oilY The P.v'>k,.e team has w >n .

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March ID. 1D4S The Everglades News. Canal Point. Pam A1r.I .
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Lex Green Enters I State Legislature arc is a former TrainingCourse I The- two-girls are a!;o: eh itle for '
,ijudge of Bradford County. For al- I county cash prizes according ti PLANTS FOR SALEAnnual
,most two decades he was a representative For Scout LeadersStar .Mrs. Mildred Michaud.. county
Race For Railroad ; in Congress representing I assistant home demonstration l Plant:. Tranpl.ntflA.ters. :

the Second District for IS !, y A. Mat.- Member (>f th' aert. PnnMe-. Snapdragon{ ,
Commissioner ;j\ears and two years as represen.atiyeatIarge. .:-'I Scutsof! Lark wn-! alit Petunia..T.c .
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; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stoners: per 100"PJunlosa"
longer as a congressional course for Scout: Leaders"n -:
committee chairman than oth- :Washington. D. C.. announce, t2v
Former Rep. Lex. Green of any Belle Glade.Vdr.eMlav: Mari '
"er Florida Democrat. For he birth of a son. Lloyd John, 0:11J.!". Nursery
Starke has announced his candhey ;- ;years 17th. at 6:30 P. M.. beginnin
( for the State Railroad and "*.:as assistant Democratic whip in with a dinner meeting at the Scout IP.Irs.. Stowrs' the form:-
Public Utilities Commission. subject i the House. Hut in Belle Glade. ,;Jessie Maloy. tfmghtl.'rIr. and Edward Olsen
to the Democratic primaries.I In 1944. he resigned from Congress Sp: '>t--: od Burr Chairman of ,:Mrs. L. I. Malov. of Pahokee. Pahokee

and was cr>mrr":,.'oned a 1.ear1er!-hp Training for South 1----.
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lieutenant commander in the Navy I
Ola es r rirt. has recruited a
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!Ho was attached as legal offir- 1 ,1'! t. f al leaders: to attend | '
[ion the staff' of the commandant o* tv" ronrand thy in turn will
the Fourteenth Xa-rl I District.Upon conduct training courses for all
I( his separation from th Troop Leaders. FRANCIS CROSS -1
''Xahp ;vas commended for hi5 j In atidt*ion to the course whici
r services and was awarded the ....ill!! b, held here m March 17.!t.
1 American theatre and the Asiatic: i[''n number of l,'cal leaders plan to1 i

Pacific theatre ribbon?. 1'j jnttend! : a special outdoor training j; Announces His Candidacy forConstable
I Since his separation from tie'Navy I course being! conducted by Mr. j I I
he has! been practicing lavat :Mate at La'-e' O-horne Camp. Sat-: ,
Starke and has engaged in 1 11:jj. |:n. ranch 2'' tri.
business activities. He i= publisher H. O. Kirvood. District Ch-: '--
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and editor of the Union Count ''man. and Mr. I,-Irr. LeadThhn.iTraminc .
Times::, published: at Lake But- i I j r'hai'nartate l t:1'L: ': IN TILE
ler. and is a member of the Flo.-- i j iv.ell train Scoutmasters: ren'riin
ida State Press Association. I{i more ''" ". :n P'outinT: and a : )1 1
1kran Point !District
__-- I I IMrCarty '1..t.ertr.... -wm. w..1 :>,... n'a"!',,1 ; ; _._ !
['an active training !'rn?ram'for t' ,
Swings : I (Seventh District)
iScout I Leader* of this Di>.trct.;
Into South Florida i j!I Leaders are expected tr atten
'from ( t"i'tor.. BellGlide.. Paho'k -
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'''' Canal roir.t.: and Lake Harbir Primary 4,1948j
He will issue a statement later FORT PIERCEDan McCarty. -e.. I May

roncerr.mK his platform and i candidate for governor this week i(I __ ___---
policies.He \campaigns in Broward. Palm I ,
served! as a member of theM Beach and Dade counties. Two 4-H Club Girl:
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The Fort Pit-rce citrus irow 15 Years Experience
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:Medals. Letters
and cattleman is booked for a I+I'V111 :
=erie" of speeches in the Fo.-tLTuderdaleHollvood
area Monday I I Joann Platt of Paliokre: ao'l i i a.i:: : 1 I'nv; enforcement officer
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wdl.rY" + afternoon and evening including Gloria Stuatt I.f Canal Point hav.receive" >
a radio' broadcast over the I I medals!" and letters uS if in this area.
Fort I-auderdal tation.Tulay.s "f i".o':-d sli:.'r. fraar the StaleJHome :
Demonstration;: office in Ta H-
!" itinerary in c 111 1 e s I|
speeches at Delray Beach and :aha sel' for outstanding: Girls 4-H
Boynton. a<. well as a night ad-1!(club work in Palm Beach oourtyidurins Qualified By ExperienceCHEVROLET
dress to the west Palm Bencn ; :; 1017. Joann irrtnl *if
American Legion post. On Wednesday ; awards for work in child care an i

:McCnrtv will again !><'" n I j jiDrowaid i:Gloria fill prr\tnti and saftv '. ...-

I county as hevinj*
1 south t" Hide county for n round I |
(pf visits anti! :Breeches: in Miami i i
Thur .'!a'. tie will spend most -*.'
tl.In.. in :M-ami; Beach. -'ri.h.:

Today's Traffic Demands Will see !im in South P-ide. ird \
Saturday in the Coral Gablt.?.

CONCRETE ROADS i 110aleahNorth_-- -Miami. section


CONCRETE has the stamina St. Martha's Guild To I Advance-Design Trucks

to carry heavy Hold Parish Supper
traffic year after year at low

omvaf cost It's the best buy Plan for a parish supper at the

for your tax money. Lion Hall on the evening of April
12 were made by members of St
Ask Mart has: fluild' Episcopal Church Ict
your
of the Holy Xativity. at a meeting (hc
public officials for at the home of Mr*. Lucille)) (boost
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d.>M vi Monday ni rtJt. Mrs o. K I Ini trycks _
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CONCRETE ROADS iH-h and MTV t'urtis Chieere tro s
named on the committee in chug" :, 1

PORTLANC CEMENTASSOCIATION I<'f supper arrangement.Mrs ,*. j
: Itlooch gas :.ip:'.-irteil i ,,
,d.I"'Itl'! to the dtotesan t-'n"i!'on '

401 Hurt Bu9dlng,Atlanta 3, Georgia ''at Mi:inn IVich. April 13land ]
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Pn.Ln..,... .0... r.'D h.. .t ra.r,,,. ..r rl'1 LP. WA.RRR I II NEW CHEVROLET 4-SPEED SYNCHRO- MENT TO WHEEl HUB of greater tfrengrh ,only Chevrolet brings

MESH TRUCK TRANSMISSION in heavyand durability .n heovy-dwty ..model. you Advance-Design with the
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Shrubs and Trees T"<"..". pr.... + end convenience o -heated in told weatt r-n drawn Ship-the lowest prices in the"
to sod.ted ow tat.d cwt "olume-reld'
Here ore true**
.\1.'. V,\KliniKSTKKT11.; I NEW fOOT.OPERATED PARKING Plus Umw.te..n-tt..t
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and eHtoencv in mode/f with 3-Lp..J spe.icueabons that list for
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dt 1'OWKR: ANDHANI I II REAR-AXIE SHAFT A TT..CHWid.. baie .heoU and owr a,l.or.} _some mod-tt 01 much at

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1 ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. i CHEVROLET < tow C* > *6r IS FIRST!

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Six ic Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday March 19. 194>
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I Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey and Mrs.' 1 Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Tuttle of I I Mr. and Mrs W. J. Me Lend?n
George Rozelle Is Phillips Hodges I
Boyd Mathis of Belle Glade attended Kings Ferry. X. Y.. house g1.1t'st31of have returned to their home in At-
Named Group Head --- an Ironrite demonstration :Mr.: and Mrs. Sam IcKinstr). !lanta. Ga., after a visit with their I
? Miss: Carol Alberta Phillips 1 Beach Tues I Jr, in Pahokee. \.
school in West Palm spent Thutsday. 'j rephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. '
[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albeit day. and Friday in Key West. M. DuBose. in Pahokee.
George Belk, Jr.. has been elected iC. Phillips of Pahokee, and Freeman -
president of the newly organized ; W. Hodges. Jr.. of Canal
Pahokee Senior Scout M
Troop Point. son of Mr. and Mrs. Free-
23. Other officers chosen were (man W. Hodges. Sr., of York. Pa.
John T. Pickett Jr., vice !
presi-
were married at the pastorium of
dent: Kenneth Johnson, treasurer; the First Baptist Church in Folks- JOHN KIRK

Raymond Caruthers secretary, ton, Ga.. Sunday, Mar. 14. at 1:30p.
and Raymond Hatton, social com- ,
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m., with the Rev. Robert T.
mittee chairman. Jones, Jr., officiating.
G. M. Belk Sr.. has turned over\ .
Attendants were Mrs. ". P. Your Candidate For ReElectionI
to the troop the use of his large
:Hitchcock of Canal Point aunt of
rail; boat for sea scout training.The the bridegroom, and W. D. Hitch-
boat will be tied up in the cock, a cousin.
West Palm Beach Canal at Canal:
The bride wore a pink wool ga:1-
Point as' soon' as repairs are completed erdine two-piece suit with white

at St. Lucie. I accessories and a corsage of rel .
Perry Duke is scoutmster of roses.<< She is a member of the Pa- r
the senior troop. Tom Boland and hokee High School Senior Class aka
David Bleech are assisting him i is* and plan to continue her studies am not sponsoring j

the leadership of. the group. 'until graduation day. R "One Good
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Mr. Hodges served in the 17, ? any candidate _
"Polished Pebbles" Is Navy for three year during: t":? TermDeserves

,war and is now associated<< with the for a n yoffice
Senior Class
PlayThe I
I Hitchcock Grocery in Pa' okf'(>.
1 The! couple: ut making their State
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Pahokee High School Soni- home in Canal Point. 1 I Another"TI
Claw has started rehearsals for a'tcneretta -a .
"Polishort P p h h If's." I :Mr.: and ::\tn.. O. B. M which will b<> presented in fr had as guest over the weeken-1 I aM
fch'iol auditorium in the near future Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClure 11Mis. ,
the date to hP announced.The .. Gladys Forturo of F n* :
operetta i is under the direction 'Pierre and Mr!=. Van: Drr,. ler; a!!'! I
flfYi!"s Fist olle Chafe with ;chil\!ren of KansasClassified
Mist Veronica Kaufman acting as I
business manager.: The entire elms I
will! take part in the chorus and UP 1yAMIH.MLMM

following are being cast for charrctcr Ads i
: part": Helen lIow(' Lo!* SHERFFPalm

KrfK'K (wen Cant Joan MoLarty.Valta .
\ Nell hull Helen Stoke"::. KITir tacks and grease traps
Stanley and cleaned and repairE'd.Phone
Ifarlan Sear. KfWi
Dirkio JohrFon. Marcarct: Powell 3 \72. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c Eeach County

will be the accompanist. roil NXIJ':: x;W and nscd Wills3tvj .
I I SCII.IIITAO: Ut'IOC\TIC 1'1:11.1Tt.: K IV. '.,\\' 4THi'.ud
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>* Walter Ashley Garage
IN 1 lit: MFTIKVTII: Jfi)in\i. riic-
TIT i-OlRT. IV tMI FOR \1)1 hello GT. d->. Phone 12;. Jllcn Y)11: \'.>"ri: .,"It M'PPOIT \\11.1. Bh.tI'I'uI::(I.tThI: >> Political .\,''-,'
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I nu'diate delivery all late mod!,,l
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\EtMJONES, I iChevroVts. Christian Chevrolet.
Defendant : Phone W3. Pahoktf. Itc i S f. t a b A : A v A A i A Ap
NOTI1F. TO APPF\R - { VV tSS7><*!V<,!>VV{? a y4 >V >V< } >V<*>VV >ty V<, >
TO \"F.1M.JONES.. APARTMENT J;.
!'04 SHEPARD ST. N W.. WASHINGTON FREE It

You D are C herebv: required (o appear in Belle) Glade Studio will tw .it :: WHAT DO YOU WANT : :
: :
the April abi A r fvwirt. 1142: cm at the the Court 12th d'Rv House 0: Hotel Pahokee lobby. Thursday
InVt -t Palm Boaoh. Palm Beach March 25 at 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. >
('mmt:-, Florida to An'wrr to the Bill I ea.
To workwe
of Complaint for Dt\orr filed against acquaint you with our
you In the above entitled cause and will give you one 5x7 Vignette
the ExerKladPs published Newx In Palm a newspaper Beach County regularly -- Photo of your baby free. Nothingto :> Arabian Oil or American Butter? >

f lortda. Is hereby designated as buy. So bring your kiddies in.
the newspaper! In which thin Order f t
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shad be published once each week v
WANTED: Ride to Southern -
for fo".p"f'"nt"p weekly tssues.PONF
AND ORDERED at West Palm Pines or Greensboro, N. C. .:. American and British oil interests are ready to go to "i"
Bench Palm Reach Countv Florida
this Sth day J of Alex March Arnette A, D 1948 small Young dogs married, will couple pay gas and expense two 1: WAR and fight for Arabian oil to the last drop of :::
Clerk ft the Circuit Court
about March 23. Leave word at; :
Florid YOUR blood.
Palm Beach County. sa ;.
Circuit Court Seal Hooks Store on Lakefront Drive n
Bv. Thaddle P Plant 9
Deputy Clerk 'I Canal Point. ItpKOl'XD

Thadd ,W'hlddf'nAU."p for Plaintiff : Pair shaded lens sun .1.. All YOU want is a chance to live at peace at a price <.>

Pahokee Florida 1948 i glasses. Contact Mrs. \\'. H. Key. .:$ can afford to 4t
Pub: Marth 12. IS 26 April 2. you pay.
Voe
s.> AHENRY
s s,>sbsssssiss>seises+>e ><>s> >*>4 A>O > >*>> >s+> >*>*Ar > 4
r r e r r r r 4 r f V r A ; WALLACE demands control of Arabian
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Off- Machine .. oil the United Nations! :
.... Headquarters { s:: by .,.

..:. Underwood Typewriters .,:. W s.

aS SumMrand; Adding Machine oc:. ::: Our "Bipartisan" government wants the oil for its .:.

.::. Merchant A. I>- Calculating Dick Mimeographs Machine .;rV .: friends the oil monopoly. 4:"

$ Elliott address* (Graph +

.:. F & E Check Writers 00:. : :

:: HALSEY & GRIFFITH, IXC.c:. Henry Wallace Wants The Butter :::

+: riwnv 2-3883: West Palm Beach! c: c


.4 tf: y>Iyl sj>.:"sf".ti eels:"4..:"T..:.Y.sr>t.oe4.oe.oe'c s Y c". i: : For You And Your Family : :

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From where I sit... by Joe Marsh : '
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; :. REGISTER NOW INTO THE ,,:..

: How to Keep 'Em rA 4,.


-.. Down On the FarmThe :i.: Peoples Progressive Party :.:


.;' ..\ Your- County t Courthouse Xs
ahtelofatractnr.ssithcnl.trinhioephea "
other day Pete S an.'n'" .
chidac.rin..1nd h.-"d traded the ...
Hud. allowtd ah<>* h ..&.
.a+ fid up with farm and country niuht life of the ,sty for a .,u..t .w %.sss

hf.. ...and was going ttt the city I pla-- of beer with 11..1. t.. :-

where three -a> a lot more wpjHirtunitt }'r. ... \%-., -.- I't.. t!-..itV... \ :tt I IS tHd i P.v ...:..
and rxcitimrnt.Some .. . ' ..&.. .
:: 't.-. Try t.' r'f\\-i " !: :!
: l3 3:-. tnl :''.t hatr.f.i tU .> Cif. r.j-" h.tt ., t"v- r- '.t..n'. .:.. State Headquarters '

>p him hut rot: l'tte. Hon undbr'ilc-':. *.!* : .-.t !:,.' .:.t
ad\aroi Uuvl carfare for the tnt rm: rihta.i.. ai tai: -.tt.r f.r ::: PEOPLE PROGRESSIVE) ; : PARTY :::

..t :i ted that when' ht-M had a :'..' j...t.,:b:.,. thir.c-h..thr it'? \ .' t...

gad lock around hid c,'n:.. backwhtTo ;,' :nr lift', ..'r a tcmptrat' k*:a-: .I .f: ( of Florida. I ) c".'..

he bt'l lo..jrid.And : t.tt: c. .

what" happ.nrd? After t''f'n ,'1 7 : .:. Room ::507 127 N. E. M A\ e.. Miami l Phone 9-577:5: c:.

days of big-town bustle and "otC''t' 'I t':(.:,..:(L' ..... c.....

anent Bod was back behind the: (/ ; .:. r. !.f'rMrft F: KPage -*- c aI :

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FriJay.Iarch 19, 1948 The Everglades :'>News Canal Point Florida v Page Seven

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Red Cross Spent A flit KfJI OF CMKT.SCIENTIST I' 1948 AZALEA! QUEEN I i I Newsmen To MeetIn


Lot Of Money During fA TIER" is the subject of th? Ft. Myers There

Lo;::! Recent HurricanesA I Sb4 Days May 14,15,16FORT
in Churches! of Christ, Scientist! -it' ,

throughout:; the world on Sunday.
to lat word information March 21. 'olYF.P'S-.Th. As-ociat

received by W. H. Hitt chapter The Golden Text is: "Love not .Dailies of Florida the Florida
e 'Press association and the .\,..
Chaiiman of Palm Beach Count -<.1C'-
the world, neither the thingrs that :
.- : ated Press association of Florida
Ci a'ter. American Red Cross
x
are in the world. If any man lmc: ra""r fi
the American Red Cross spent Y will hold their spring ineetm.:
the world. the love of the Fatheris .
rinse than Sl.OOO.OOO in emergencyand :her" May 14. 1,1; and 16.
not in him" rehabilitation relief operation I Dates for the sessions were cen-
Among: the citations whc'-> comprise -
in Florida as a refill" of the two firni-nl Saturday h-' Joe Cawthoi
the Lc.."on-S'''- ri .1 15 the fo-
hiiri Mres and the ensuing flood? v' of Jacksonville president of the
lowing front the FiMe: "Vanity '
in the state late in 1947. .. Associated Dailies. Loyal f'ris1'i
vanities. aith the Pr aeh > v -
In tr.ingthis, the organisationaided of Bartow. president of the '.\
it'of vanities*: ?'! i= sanity . w.Efr' .
more than :"'..'00 families.Of and Bert Dosh of Ocala head ,iftho
All things are full of 'ibor.rma i
the total amount spent one \P.\F
cannot utter it: the eye i is not satisfied -
of the biggest! sums went for repair 7 I Beth the dalies and the APAFwi'l
we"' "K>i"l:. nor the car filled -
and home:; elect offCt'rs."t; t'kly p.io-
nh'li1r1ingof ? -
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with h{>ari" F.ct'!?5iate5;: 1
S31O.327.33. total of S152.613.2T S I' :2'1 ushers win consider changes? .11

was spent for household furnish- | their organization's by-law.
The Le:"son- prmon also;:
in??: SI38.033.65' was spent for fv,.. fol'owinsr ra=age from th: - S -

food, clothing and other miintenr.nce. -
'Sci-ence!"
whole other sums were spen* I -
| and Health with Key thej -
for shelter. and transportation -
rescue
mass
I Scrirtipes";: bv :Mary Baker Kdiiv: : I
medical and nursing:: I
"Mortals: are esrotists!" . When
('arfamI supplies livestock and Tortpl man blend his thoughts of > :!fJ.-
equipment! occupational tools.crjuipnirnt at'd I
existence with the spiritual j

and supplies.The I works only as God "';01 k". he will :\1's. H McGouirk nail Lunice
three worst hit counties in .
no longer crope '- *.vc >-'- -"- Adams irtuincd Tuesday morning

Florida were Dade where Red cling to earth' becau!" he has not I from La not t. Ala_ *vhen they

rrnsa spent! $339.45264: Palm Ito.. .* *-"nv'"". <"rr" l beliefs de-j l & I were called last week by the se--

Peach $191.27..r,0. and Broward. fraud us" f2"3l onlv: 7-1H. | mime illness! of their brother J. D.
S127.199.20. These amounts went I
I Adams.
-- S - 3nfft1Florida-Miss j
for direct relief.In :Mrs. Dave L. ve'll entertaint'ulrecently

Louisiana ant Mississippi ( Drainatre Districts with a surprise party honoring -
hardestalong I
hit"
where the hurricane Mrs. S. A. Rirfield on herSOth

the Middle Gulf Coast the i Must Pay Taxes birthday annin'r.1rt'I''

Red Cross" spent a total of Sl..r OO.- I party taking place at the Barfici.1ome.

000 on the hurricane operation." { Palatka. Jeanne Crow. St. MrW..
TAI LAITASSKK - The Florid Petersburg beauty was :: Other guests were
Thus the total spent by th" t Supreme Court Tup",1aor..lf r'" l crowned the 1918 Azalea Queen at the Eighth Annual Azalea Festival II Lair. Mrs. R. J. Sim"nson. MM.

Red Cross in the entire hurricar.o \trustees of the State Internal staged in the Ravine Gardens on Feb. 22 under the sponsorship Cora Phillip Mrs. O. B. McClure.Mr .
Florida and the middle of the Palatka Junior Chamber of Commerce. Entered by the St.
operation in
1m-I Mr e.
Wauthers and *
Fund to *. F:. L.
provement nay;
Petersburg Jaycees Miss Crow also
Gulf Coast states was S2.5OO.-! holds the title of Tarpon Queen
tare,; on land iisd for an and Tobacco Queen. T. lowes.
000. In the United States the R: d '
i is a
ment station in the South Florid Mrs. Th.>lmatn.If'Jrift
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Cross spent a total of Sll.OOO.OOOfor I Oistrift Palm Beach County.The III I patient at the Everglades: Me-

disaster" relief in 1I 7. the (court in a :>decision! : h -H y 21 Members Attend irorial Hospital this week
trt"atf''t4'->P in the organization'sh'storv II i, J. B. Klliott have
a W2act creating that rxperi-4! J/ :Mr.: and Mrs.
in number of major disasters. New Circle :Meeting ''
ment station directed that the T. :: gone to Bartow for a visit with

'I. Board trustees pay all drain.TC"? I J YLtZ 'their: .on-in-law and diu;: hter. Mr.

- .-.--- Hmttion costs for the !"tation.1| The! >,-< end nesting!; of the newly! and: Mrs. "'. Harper Kendric

A TM1 art also, dire..te.l that all! r-ianiT'e'l circle of the Pahokto They were accompanied bv Mis

Canal Point Girls e't!>*eir"neie= ownir.T title M' Mr. and Mrs. Julian Branch ff First Mithodi \\""man'OI1C f't-: G. C. McLirty. Mrs. Thomas; F.I-

Hold J-H Club Meet lend i" tv>" district should be r'- Pahekee announce the birth! of a of Chri"Uar.wtc:: heM at lintt and :Mrs.: P. Hardaway.Inmnn .

;'nuiired to mv their shire of costs :son. Franklin at the Kverplad. th. hom. of Mrs Kenneth Mock W Weeks i* a bu>ine-<*

'for the project. Memorial Hospital on Mar. 13. Monday night. visitor in Arcadia and Nocatcc to-
The I-H gills: of Canal Point
the State -.- The group voted to name thvcircle day.
Soh W'l J\-id a meeting March 17th.The I The decision! directed
I Fund to nay all hack assess-! J at th.pril meeting which t Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessy returned -
resident is Francis* Wilson: I
II. furtherlcssessments Fort Blount :Marker will be hold at the, home of Mr*. to her home Tuesday from Tampa -
"retarvJoann Kdenficld. Song nts since 193. and any !
se J. T. Boynton with Mrs. R. L.. where she visited her daughter
\ made bv Dedicated In
Jaiiiuelyn 1 :: that may: f TampaTAMPA
leader.! Scruggs: Council -
the Legislature. The land i-. now Rri.>k* acting as co-ho: Miller Melha ,
Dch'gateRonnie ; I. Mrs :Mock chairman j jintroduced
Pugh. program chairman ShirleyAnn owned 1 bv the State Board of Education A plaque marking the Mrs.program R.; J. Schro.ler.puest .

Ammons. Audrey Mead and which lets the experimen'station I=ite flf .,M Fort Rlnunt. pst.iblisn-
speaker, who pave: a talk or. I '
:Mary Hflcn Wilson are on the use;; it.Senator I ed in 1V>, at what i" now th"
""Prayers of the Kings and Prophets.
party committee. Bonnie Miller is --- - -.- corner of \\"(,5tIain: Street ant ." Mrs.. Schroder explained tithe

the ri orter. The other membersare I North Florida avenue was form- I
i of the
PatsIaur..r.. Aleph Hall T. D. Branch !I|oIly presented to the State Road! WSCS group pledge: the r..nowinwhkb purpose each '\

Ann Good.won. and Klois lIag- ins. Conducts V'ote Poll \j.Depajtment last week bv the Barrv.v < member signed a pledge card. I
I'h-inter of Daughters of thAmentan '
The :: -
girls: are planning on having
Mrs. C'JI.II.: .'" was 3't"int..1tn
' Faster \\' will have it IIvi lution after mar.
: 11 partv. Sl'MATRA State Senator T. | represent tlw circle in the localWSCS
the :27 of March at 10:3O: a. m. to month of preparatory research! : tel.rf; project I i
Drew Branch conducted his own \vork ox-ereas ,M
"
:n.t p. in. which essential" material ire being '
the at th'astage
determine
poll to score '
I'.et'!!-ex- ( 'I.\h'Jl. first, district!
Bonnie .
Miller Reporter.Mrs. cr>lUtted aril sent to a nee'hrfamily
of the 1'1" campaign, with member o' SID accepting the
Creho,.l. vikiaMr
in "
-.- - interest in no particular tandidate.
p'lqii'1! from Mrs James F. Bvers
*. Alley, co-ho-tess. assists 1
G. Sthweizer of Mavwool.N He mailed returnable. postcard bi- !S r. t..r-biirnytite regent of the '
.
Mrs Mrs k in the serving < f regliests. -
J.. has arnved for a visit with 'lots to about 2"iOrt personmclti: Flrojdi Society Hf DAR to whom
fre"hn'rt. to 21 mpmh.'r ant
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her son-m-l.ixv and! daughter.- M.jnd .-. inp all members of the 1917 lejjiMature :- j:? V3e. ;5.-r.f"d by Hiss I.<.uiOites -
Mrs Mack all county official some local ;:: ,
Murphy, in PanKee. - regent of the charter
She here " (barber4and beauticians, most atturneys -.--
was accompanied .\ .state.1 f-at the! department! i i"verv ;
Mr. and 11r.. K. Gentt. also" oiMavwood. in Tampt.; Miami an gild: to take over and maim I

: Tack""onville. all weekly news- tam such markers" H.' said thi :Miami Will Get Xei i i

pa|pet litors" some insur.inc. C 'vorr.'OC.i 141 well tc in cc.mplet1nccord
--- --- !
agents: and ijersonspioke
random from telephone hooks a'1.1 I Irnrist'Mtions V b'-ef historical: sketch of t'". _

Cinematic Chatter ri H.!'. pv....0.>r* '-ho built Fo rt Blotin' T r-KFOXVILI.Jo: A rew FlorI I I

By Malcolm Millar He receive-l bark Sit ballots vas given bv M J. Wilson! H"quote ida R-i-t Coa.tt Railway terminal i ii ,

marke: for governor with there from r"weparwr irterie'vswith is r-r mi=...l for M'imi! no matter

results: "T'rcle Ben" Blount. a dascendar.t who takes" over the railroad Tint I

What a trio of dramatic stars 's For governor Fuller \\"arn'1.I of Reildinp Blount who was reiterated! a few days ago to

to Inse,-n in "Wild Harvest". 7.7 7 per cent of the fiat choir ea T..'e '0 f lk Count'- 1<>.1 Tpsecond .. V t-: Pr'e'' ehairn.snn. and! Th'urn

which is to make it's bow on the I votes and 1 3 per cert of th- Seminole war had broken as IGrt.I manager of tJ*

screen of the Prince Theatre Sunday I I second ch"-("": SenatoW .\ <>':? in !*". .. :and while there wi Iro->.,.! :M.TT lff:f ,1"Yb: Vii. GREYHOUND: FARES

for a two day run. Here theyare I Shards, :2n.

: I cent Pin McCarty. 143 per cent is now Birto-.v. a tog hI rk-ho-is They got the assurmre frvn Remain Amazingly' Low

Rugged; and toi'gh Aim Ladd ,I-and 23 1 per cent. Att.rr."y tenI'ral '"..... H-i-1 <-". tv." "<- Tv:""*''a; d ,,* Cent; :M Loftin FF.(' trustee and ()rlanalo. Fla .. ?2.r,0Ocia.

and Lloyd Nolan and exotic, suit-j Tom R'atson. 132 per cent Riley P..i.ur.t: tl- shelter the !::1mll.It. from Kl Ball trustee for th. d'l :
Kla. $.. in i
ry. Dorothy Lamour. as; the hut ., | ... in the isrhH-.rhood from ray- Port interests. FF(" bondholdT -

mterc>t. with an adequate cast of I,,-: '''rg Indn": The first fl nnr was <:J'inne two o-r.f< T'-nr. Tallaha-. Ka- J6.20Vt

featured II.1-r.: in support un- :,:cent ar-1 19! 4 r'c" t. S,,**<\tor i"v<"t TV *''.'T sq'zir0 and feet Th" Pt:: J-- Paper Co-npf-.v a-'I \\ ";JIm Reach, Fla. 7">c

reelingne of the roughest, tougn- ,'alter W Rose trecardetl a< :acan.it.ltte .;hieh. and the second floor ovrhTirc the Atlantic Cngst Lire Rulrna t
I 'Miami. Fla. ... ._. 51 SoI.
est tales ,.f the harvest tells an I i j a t tfie tm:" the haunts tfc.* first: !lho 1t feet '1 r all both hold F'F(" b-rds! id: ":\"h

the men uh''iroam from the Mexican !- 'were printed but :since his ar.- .;four. sdrs; wait, t.') tike it over TT:. lat.r- krlarul.; Fla. ... ?2.10

U.tdcr to the boundrv lire ..f nounctvi ".. 'vill not nr I. 15: prT.t --. -. -.--- state C..nmer'e "or.Tri.-. lit' tTam;..i. Fla. $'..'.:;is;

Canada: harvest me the golden .> and! 1 PT cent: and llichit i : 1 i iO C \HI) OF TIIXNK* ;,Mav J'irAev-r iPr-rox--d the ACL :'s- -
(
: irint' Kla. ? 1.=; )
train that means life itself t. ..npr. 13: p r ("-r.t a1:: :21 prvrt W- -!.-=ir*> t.. thank the man f..tn': to renreani7e. : !}" FFr' ; -

the world i )fr> "..1w J.n were an krd1 In-.' :a-i thn'a""r: IC dial -c.t settle., \Vnt.-r: Havt-n. Ha.52..<-0

This is not a drawing roe F"r at: .rr'v f"- cer the T.-;;* -f ot:! level n::f : .- fat1.; : -a i1.: '. Fla.: t MO
!ot"fhut it ts the tale! of ,-*nie of ':rt.!"!. 4.?.2 IVTert Ric jiriW mare wor !.* of eons-4ition art th '

the toughest men in this I'mt'v! Frvin. Jr 37 per c. !"t. aP:: rt: v ms'a' he I ,-.f .l fJ-.t i f!e-rrs 's". M. l:.tw:.. (' r ..wartf Pa! .. .
I r 9 T.. f'ic rT""t t.-
::'.\tt'I.'n:: who liter.x'lxficnt: : Crews. 19! < per cf r.t ;Are &opty! gratef'tl: \\'.. shall at-! k's' 7el! M ii' ': 1'.'h h ,...,;a: ".e _, P- 1.-.pleb."

their wr.: .>n1 Ninler to tx-'rd-'i i iI i F.,- co'-jpfo'le-..-'1 t.,r TAG -.*"- \..... A-. ...i. -.fi 'Ar. -:.h the A'r

:x-"c a life ff roUtenrg. '!!'Ir'i. F": "er r s> r r-0 !"\ ''!:' f'..n-' ale.s: ........ T' ;o.v,' :!: A"f1.. GP.EYKGUMD: BUS STATION

i'11: and fichtirc at ntchtir.d !.,*>- t!"'ll-T fi.lr'f'nlt O n' 4'I rrcer.t ::- v.n 1a' t'stifn.n 1 .t she 'a a_. ;ar'.r'to ,\!" "

or-g:: In wteaming: heat in the fe1 and H As :32 per te-: Mr iJ Nr= W J Larr. ." \. F.'r *."?"r. Mr H F t.rf ..i Carter-eiger; Drui; "tnre

drring! the .by i i -.-- -- -- -. -- Car i! P' :n T >*'* .gyp.-T? t 1"; I' ":21 rana! i'')ir.!

--'IM Harvest" :n an lIn'lu.tT: i :Mr: aMrs. Hoh.Tt Wil'nr"d ::\!:\!',. :: ;.. t";.:: .! rP", ,,- '-: .;-. ":----.1 aa 'lire. ath tt'.rr :s

sty!" and ore von will" not soon :, ehadren: were rei-ert r:..*ts, ">f ',,:..!'wpn! t' !:c:1": t ... ". ,! .,: their .-e ,".....! :srI then: 1'. -r

forget I xvouMn't muss it' I Mr :art: Mr: :M: JFy: ". 1= F\-. r."l' t"s 1!... 'r"ai 1t-'a: .rM : -..' .' - ... .-:: ::-- c-.sr I GREYHDU 1

Se.' von at the moviesMai" Tarn' pa .:: Lii: p '. .,



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Eight Irhe Everglades News. Canal Point Florida FJ-y. Ma.eh IP. 19-.s
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: Big Bean Crop Is r" ,

RECENT Predicted For Spring I

I OPERATIONS l lI Deal In The Glades

j
Despite the handicap of la-t
I By Paul Kardm j! fall's recordsettingflOot}. Evei- PAUL RARDIN
i glades; area of Palm Beach county
show prospect; of "an extremely
Four years ago when I announced large bean crop . of good quality
my candidacy for county commissioner and high yield:'
I said that I would worK County Agent M. U. Mount informed ANNOUNCES HIS
unceasingly for better roads in tae the county commission Jt
Glades. I have done just what I ,that fact in his monthly report CANDIDACYFOR
aid I would do. That roads in the 1 Monday.I .
Glades are in better condition to- I But. he added that state of
day than ever before is a statement affairs "is not promising for a
I make without fear of con- ,strong market . Prices in th-- f
M
tradiction. ':Everglades have been discouraging Re-Election
Today I announce my candidacyfor on most crops."
re-election as county commissioner Coastal areas of this county
: from the Fifth announcing mv intention to seek :(not been uniformly good! ther". A
this! y h for another term. I wantit [Mounts said.
. known far and wide that first On mango crop prospects ; CountyCommissioner
and foremost during the comin< Mounts reported: 4
four vars. T shall continue mv "Mango bloom is quite scat-
fight for .. better roa.h in th?jteied At this early date it is apparent / Ii
Glade X, t ortre shall T weaken in we ninv expect a fairy
my efforts to bring more and hotter -I.good set of fruit on those trees in
roadto this vast asrr'culturst' .Woom.' II I I g 15t
area. T !seek YOUR VOTE and I Death of 30 range cattle in fie a .
SI'PPOIIT in this fight for bett-r Belle Glade region apparently w i=*
roads in tH great farming area l(Iii" to arsenical poi=ionin_. D-, Fifth District, Palm Beach County
on the ea :tein- shore of l.a Ii" Paul A. Rainev. ('om1'Etf'rinar-
I
Okc*hofcee. ian stated in another report to ti"
Four voir!, ago I made other corr.ty commission.Dr. .
certain and definite statements. T Hainey reported cases of He Will Sincerely Appreciate .
am printing bf low one which hold I*>l.ikler;: rear Belle! Glade and of, .
S ,.
good today just as it did four i h"g cholera in a di.Ntri north of tL a 1"our"ote and Support i
years ago: ;Canal Point in recent weekHe !
"You 'rianot like the color ofmy :said that "a ft-w ('a'rof Banc-' '!
rr.'i=tncho or the wa1 part I<'<..ene have Iv-on found. But hofound I IRoads
r'V bai" hut tHere is before youtmt.iy no reactor toy tubercul-n i. t
an onpoitunity to select a tests! of ro"s.Investigation.
man as your countv commissionervh : I of three animal
is eapabl, of tantlinsr t"><' to .cite cafes showed; no rabie-s. P.ai.1I I In The GladesAre
toe wi' *"-o"" :"r"vve. :nn T 1'attl v"le'wt continued. Rut. h," II
for th -.u.f of thisecti: On ta'ed. "rabies till present Pal riDeach
"Vf'r:0:: \vh of this section of Palm Beach h'm.'Iimal from other areas |
county i is concerned you can re 5* 1'0111.1'f'r',* easily brin' r 'l':es to In Better Condition Today
assured that mv voice vll !.., the county . The best
rlf'.t! : Becau. I WILI NOT sit tion would! be to keep all ,.
i i.!Iv bv and see this area neglect cinated each against rr'ran-I'
year
ed.:' ......- Than Ever Before
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YWA Of Pahokee Met I
i:
Brownies Pay Visit

To Local Post OfficeThe "With Mrs. H. Unwin I Think Back Just Three Short Years.

The YWA of the Pahokee R.1r-1
Brownie Girl Scouts of Can- ;tit: church met at the home 01 Compare Roads Then With Roads Today.
al Point held their meeting last ;,Mrs. Horace Unwin Monday night
ThiirrJiv afternoon with theirleader.
studvcourse
Mrs. 8t1Ia'futlis gave the
Mrs. Kdith Smith in charge. ( book "Amazing Grace."
The group visited the! Canal Point ,1\lrs. Connie Pope, president preFented MILES AND MILES OFCounty
Officehere Mr.
post Upthegrove
a bouquet of roses to Mrs
showed them the intricate workings MulliA from the gills; in appreciation .
of one of Uncle Sam's postal her work. Threenew I
of splendid
Refreshments I Rock RoadsMany
emporiums. were member"* were welcomed J
served to the members attend They were: Barbara "'ilkin on.1|
ing. F.vt"lvnlal.l<>y and Lillian Ham
mond. (: :Miles Hard Surfaced)
The group plans to attend the* I J
Y"hnU e party at Camp O.*- : l
,borne on April 3O to May :2, The Have Been Constructed Under The
,nest meetiiir will 1"1<' held .\pril) ".
Prince Theatre at the home of Miss' I-
Mre. I'nwinrved< of' cherrvhortcake delicious refresment .- Direction Of Your Present

Pahokee, FloridaSundayMonday v.-hip|>.T! cream cokes and Kaster'candv.
. County Commissioner
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Tom Watson SnokeIn

:March 21-22 ; Belle Glade Tues. .


'tt-.',,-fV: r-renl T"m Watoieprke
"WILD HARVEST"Alan in' Vile' Gl.vle: Ttie-l v CountyRoadEquipment I
candidTfor -
night in behalf of his ,
:0'1 cornor HeA..,* intr-wh..Il i
arrmg- .
Tom 1ti'atsen..Ir.;; minasrer f'I Today there is road building equipment
more county
Lathe 'a'l,'astir_ tattr ; I'
DorothyLanuuir. : : ''''11'1.. lr !
\\' \\ m 11 .' (':JI.!.' \1 Un. i in the Fifth Commissioner's ((lades) )District i than everhe
Lloyd n!;;;tl->l'v! large rr"n\.i w-ipre"er. I
Nolan f" hoar. Mr \\.14" '<: =.pet..h H', 'Ctt'irnt I fore. .\ new dragline, a new bulldozer nine new' trucks,
r"v..! a ".'-1. 'r f: '''; :

UTtt..1hl'l' tht.'Y.l"eTEHHIFIC. 1"t.. .'t. --- and many other pieces of necessary road huildinjr equipment -

; :Mrs: HI7. .\rn'r -= :. ...:r.r... I have been secured h Karelin during the t h r e e
... '. '" a:' 11,......!.. ...... ,. >
t..r" .. T.\: IT t r.'l"-! I Yt.'arhl': has been commissioner.i
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--- I Paul i Kardin i is editor and publisher of .1 1 he Kverglade* ;'

,n'ri. 11 il'l! <<: "I'\\ i': TIIHI.IM!! j : -: :Neusai Canal i' )int. He has been forears! a staunch supporter f!

:SF" TIK i of every movement that wuuhl-Jnaht.' the I Kxerj: Iado f
l". S. H\ 'i .11. A1K HID! ;': T1KKSir ! ::
Ari'a of the county a i.reaterInd more profitable farmingsection.

: : I'll 1-:,. TODAYPAri'S : His work in securinir: roads during the three years I

: } he has been on the county commission i i is actual proof that he

I \! SERVICE: STATION( is a firm believer in the future of this vast farming area.Page I'
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