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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: April 2, 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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April 2,1948 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY




Conners I IWillits. Withdraws; I List Shows Many

horrnationOnFishingLicenses
It's :Mrs. Wedgworth

Open' Without Opposition I Seeking ElectionIn
t1;. V.'no mrt bta.n: ,i fresh water fishinglicense' in Florida

:\. The Game and Fresn \\'ater Fish Commission says ti'.a.v
After Six K. M \\' lhts of last" 4th
: South Bay Primary May
exempts:: resident* {.f lc.." than 15 or more than CT e years 01 '''
&$..> aid those of any ape who' fish non-commerciallv" a 'week withdrew from the rare for
: avi uni of these pies: :n the county of their legal leidentvi !' school l heard member in the Ifrllt
Conners Highway l o'r.ets: na.t. iKes one of the following 1 licenses Resilient |GIade-South: P.a\-Lake Har n>r disItnrt n..lnis printed a list of candidates
al Point and }- ti r or ida. $2; Nor.i' '!ent, $-;.Non-rt.-ider.t.' for 10 days. 1 I In comnunt'nsr ujmn :\11'';. in Palm I 'at'h county
will be opened for .:! .. Ilth'etlgivorth's: : landtdaty-. seeking nomination in the coming

after being closed for "" i \\' lhts said: primary on :\I.yI, Names pre<'e 1ed -
months. The J. D. :\ 1 I ., with an < > show that these
----------- - - - "There other rand !H*
---------------------- was no : :
tion company of I II '' in the field when I announced and arc the incumbents.XlMnff .
Fillmore To Conduct rahokee
record" time in Band Wins Fin<'e Mrs. Wedpxvorth ba,. born
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miles of road after Pahokee H. S. Band In vi ry active In "cfooc'l'ork I and is I "*M Kirk.C Palm Beach
given the "go ahead I Well qualified. I fed that our d.<- .1. I>, Clements.V Palm BeirhKiiiry .
Feb. 20.More. Concert At PTA Meet Straight First ,(: tact will! N well represented C PtckrcnC.. P. B.'a\.1.

than .V OOO : i her". I.. I It" I.laekRaker. \\-, P. B.
i i h\1
were placed on the i Henry Flmore! .f Mari: fam Division Honors '. "I am sure she will crerp*. ,- (lerk Circuit Court

form a dike following !" '-mpn'r and immediate pat and more capably represent : ".J. Alex Arne'tte.C.. P. n".tc'h

hurricane and flood. -i-i<:
running acros the road tf'-E Association dire-1! 1 Rosplcnlent: in snrfrkv >,lute a": i iV ( Irons will support her" I1'H'J I C..unt> sludgeRichard

dike was built and !:.* Pafcokee High :School: Band in I r lute "\ ..)<.tpni:1t i >tvled" um- --- P Uol.binV. P IIKd .

on the road for roncrt ..t the Ar-i.1: ffif>t.tngof if.>-ms. tn- Pahokee! high ! ward contributed to its !>. rv!-.Okra Pater.t-Teacr.tT Aoc.afion <- :!hand under! the watl'hflll'C' o* loel hence Named I I ('.Mint*' NftliiititrW
.
tion. i i ; to be held in the hiin (''I>ir >etor Robert O. Lampi. played I Roebuck. \\ Palm Beac.i

State Road ; ai.d.torium) OT Thnrsdavp'iI and I'I'ch101 marched itself into straight T Harold Williams.V. P. B am
had not planned to do R. at S p. m. Mrs. P. \\', first division honors Wedreoda-' Head Local Legion *..n'wr* i..ir .'f ISefrJstration'TV

about rebuilding the 1 ':: nn h- ni. president w':11 pr.idf' ..- night n the District 1 band festival :I Witt t'pth'g-rn"t' \\'. P. R

Feb. 9 at a meeting of at the busim.s. e?=ion. : at West Palm Beach 140'm1pt' l.oel Lame World War I veterI E. W. Scramlm. Lake Worth

Road Department in - charges qualified themselves" tp I I I s.i-n 1. i>f Public Instruction
was electe l tominander! n:
urgent requests were participate in the State band festival r..-org-" McCampbtll.V \\'. P. H.Tick .
Canal Point American Legion Post
for relief.A Million And Half to be held in St Petersburg I 242 at a special meeting in th.r Sutor. \VVst Palm Bea<'h.
definite promise April 15. 16. 17. I home unwell Watkins W. P. Beach.
Legion Monday niRht
road department Tagged For WorkOnSt.LucieCanal In Class; C competition the Pa- Other new officers chosen (' '....nml..ione'r-Ii.trict 1
I
meeting and within ten bokee band went up against the .I the: coming: year were Ben r"1 I I .A. A. "l1a rnf' '" Pni ton. Lake

the meeting the splendid orgamzati-! ,from Bee ,Rogers and Francis W. Cross; Jrt Park. .
to the Manly concern. Glad Delray Beacu: and Honieatead. commanders Maxsn Kenneth F, "t..r.\\ Palm Beaei'
1 vice : Philip I r
tractor has had the finance officer: Charles :\fax or. K. O. Ol'kmwm. Pr.. Jupiter.C .
weather for the job. Director Lampi said Thursday I chaplain: Francis A. Wilson.erg- C Anderson.. Palm Beach.
WASHINGTON
No new rock was house ap- morning that his group won first :eant-at-armo' : Roy Pope. C R. Gordon B. Rankin. \\". P. Reac
rebuilding program. committee' Tuesday I division honors in concert playing. District %ee.3
I Wethermgton. Sit. Cleo Brooks.
scarified, rolled and an outlay of 51.600.0OO sight; reading and marching. The ;T. W Griffith and Henry Kautz. John Prince, akeVorth

the prime coat of oil deepening and widening the group performed excellently Wedresdav I executive committee members District No. :

The second coat 't. Lucie canal !n Florida. The nhhtn Anderson Fiel ,I It was announced that POt 212! Paul Hardm. Canal Point
wa included in an appro- of Miss Joann .
and sand thus under the direction and its Auxiliary will join Pahokee. .J"hn"l Pirkett. PahokeH -
road builders term a ('>n bill sent to the house. McLarty. majorette who put t:1": South Bay and Belle Glad : roIdJ Itnbm n..tlt' Glade

How long it will last n.sC'I Rep. Dwight Rogers said the flashy organization through its ,i Legion ix.-.t>. and' the:'b auxiliaries Port of Palm Ib-arti CommissionerSubDistrict

of conjecture when" it is ( ' would enable army t'ng--tn-I paces much to the delight of th.' ''in a joint installation ceremony No 1 John It
to begin the first" .
5.000 Palm Beach county citizens
IVach
that much heavy within the next two works th" \\"f.tlS. Palm
) state-wide flood
over the mad.Warren !. con in attendance. elate and! place to U announced 'Siib-Dietnct" No 2 Group 1
- -e. program for Florida Deepen- I Hundreds of Pahokee and Car- T. \\'. Grffith gave the report of I... R Bii hnp. \\', V IfcachB .
and of the St. Luci I
widening al Point citizens thegrandstand B -arh.
Will .. were in the nominating,: committee n..: Fox Kriffm. Riveria
for navigation w-a atithorzed to watch the minims Pope retinnp commander presided. ! Group 2. *M. A. Bishop. \\".-*t
in 1< 46. I
In The Glades by congress 'lof I arrpi earn" away honors Th' Palm Beach

In the state-wide program worK- !director had slid in advance! thrt -- --- -- Justice of the '' .. -Dist. 1 H
Saturday ,) nit: by army engineerbut nt ''coiipetition would toe tougher: thiivear Geeer"e ,X Taylor B.He Glade.George _

I authorized deepening) an-1 than in the I'a..t. hut. !som-, Elks Install New Tedder. B..lie Glade
1."Ht'rarrt'n.. I 1\\ how local folks f''tJ't.'tt..l the ro..urpItliaml.,: It* lie Glade l
governor, will speak in one cf the first rroje< ts to l..' kee organization to maintain it Officers In Ceremony Constable. District 7

i>n Saturday: ( !I kt'n. I record of carrying off high honors Thursffay'enjn Fr-inci" ('rn'l'l.! Canal Point
lade and again at i The St Lucie canal furnishes: the' I' And t::*' youngsters ili-ln't! I let Harlow Simj Canal PointConstable.

Warren is scheduled ":, drainage for Lake Okeecho- Hw home fokFarmers! !", District H
\! the Elks ie'dg.in pihok -
> b'tween it and! tI.t1anti !.,-
nnmrg
Belle Glade at 10 a. m. c --.--- Rav \\'t.itJrf'. B"ll- Glade
lat ought nw officers wire ir-
the city hall He will !' \ (" OttanS Urged To =':ill..! hv Past" District feratyiGsr" Carl T II a\''!'!. IMI.Glade.
in Pahokee on Nola's 'I ?n. Claude Pepper requested J G I'arrish. Belle Glad!
F'":it! >d R-iler R Elliott \
11 :30 a. m. Many. of engineers to consider ('ontnJC"tkn Sign At Once For ; largo "r..1 1 n! Elks were !11 at'm"n r* .\ P*\('ls. fake- harbor
,'i"*' :>tt,>ir..\ '' f"!'''ri'!s ;; of an "emercercy chan- TV.bert F Thomas IMle! G'.aleMale .
fr 'h"} installation: eer'mnnv -
in" an effort to s.*' : " U'r'IIihf' a tJan inlet! in Conservation Sel-ITt!? KeprrsntalleGnvip

yc :i" can !lute his -\ Mate-wide flood) control I'r't- i N" 1 John liollirgV : *".
Officers ir.taJlf'.1'f'r"! Otto RRV
:
ra- P.'rr.'r- r fjie>!'t followed" j Farrrer who nlarnmg tom I
t'r" for hie< vptN-rhes" are : .. \\ !Of Palm Beach
'rh. exat! *d nilf-r: Leon Sparer
-.- r '" j-i Vv the ;tty f VerSalvatore .> :.jartuipat.. in the 1t.! acriculr Group :-.;,. 2 'B Klln.tt Pahofount -
Jn -
l-ad.rjr Kr.icht fel J "
""Hh ->l reservation: pr-'ura-n' ->f fiI .
School Children loyal l kncht JHr.f''arn.: Ix.cuirg '- k."
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*. S Ip WSWN Spikes icn up rot later Than .\r>. 1 -Ja.r.. MAere. Ir W P B
'sic Errest I.n<1r'it' Tyler Red'
1It.t s. C..u-tv :\C'.r.t M -rt M'.. K Tre"q'rt'T 'riceI.. J ('...unlSt \ Tat Cull..I..rI \
.\ group of C.inil Rumor bout CanalPoinf Mounts .....nde;!t'r.l.ltr: M .::n* FraT Hir-lt! R .-- -tr,: at.-! 1 :'"'r. cpr'.'il W P ileachrho"l

chiKlnn will N f en t Schools urges all who arir.tee: -t- ,' t re': .. .. :.. :tt. I s. | f\.Clrrl-lh.kt I
radio! program ever -- do this a. 5,>or as p.vs .hl<> c.\ teAt I :Mr n''A; rh IMI"
: they wrnt tbft l o-.* of -. pr'"'- - -.- -
,
Glade! stationSWN (\ : I 'T '' t. !% rf aide fIv
\pril 3. at 1x:15: : a m.Bigler. .- . :., .... .. ._a t'.cw5': gram The .. ... "" R. !"e! '';! *Ml'' r ...'. :
The I'r,' rtn. S hy' .t". .1. it d.t. r Car-s:. 1 'a' "ffi' :a.- i -\ ; J Larrimor" I' h.k. e
* >i <'f :Mrs orchie : .\!.,:.. .: t ": :eti'i .isk'l '1rf"T: *"'u'-1tFr-. rtuv! The '.*'.,',* \\rc* I 1: --- --
and Sat :
: ;:
grade! trader and --- -
rt the 1.\1 v!. .. i :::: :: / : : ::: rIm 1t.-1.; h.. :v'i! r" .':vir'pL.. ". Tr-. .J; P .r' PaT. . I Mrdny aril .Ir. If I. :!'lr..r v'' 40 ..

n droll -t IntioTb\ : : 1 ;: trred aeon s tine'..: ..1r1"1: \- T'sdsv a"J.jr.o''l 'er .ls's" : tt: :ti ...
'Irade! n\t: "i lX nd! .! srhr'! "1'v. }'ard these ::n- \\-... \' .%; r ":Ct..- : h. a. h.1 I i'i'i I ty the dith e.f rr ur-. .-. !"

hand whuh i- con.p'>!'. 5 5f I.r'a.rt :-.jr..r. -;?!ato'an.!. -- ---.-- t, t. -. ,.-.. M..a. :: Ap-.' "' A* IT VJ-ST 11rI <,nd""f.... ..

.- the f.Mirth fIfth and brat !'., r. :. . ..-.th.-g ., th.I Mr oral Mr AI.n"-': 1 1.T 1.es 1.... .p rTfc- f.r..or-aT. suit! f..-i* .*+ .. -,;Jtltu' a.J. *..;tf her at the P-

pup.l It hill be ,-.,!': r* i ft :: .iiv L'- ti?:. vo.e :n \\':. -..t i ; rr.o't h.: .h- PahoVH.i.: .- I hr.Re. F:1..m..t'rvhr..... 'lartr1Iri !

fe trtirrcr.'i.p;: .>f ch. I .Cttr 'I.: ..1. :':'a f ,!!her .n: r.- Ka- *f-r .r-ring **.. :"thert Crh .; n.-I ',n.-!' r It:" .!hrertur'n rI <1-er. .tt *T-e
.
:rg Bard to the fate < i ti> ''aPO.: : \'..-:tl--,:" their: e..n-;r-aw a- i i.jif'r I IRoter 0 Lan:pi Mr" El LrFrerd --- - -
-.- stii>'>l the Parokr :r..r..l.- if tVCP. d'\\. Mr and MrLi'1 prr.ui..rt. sul! pr"sd' : 'tI Xr and MiO B Mf( 'Ir.- h. -1a

Mr and :Mr O Dad ..!"T\: M h,x.! l..ard ;- .r.t*>! out Hu"i: >v ir Pahrkee f-d the! :r cur! : "" tM.l't'lc: n.,. 11' ml!:" : C <'I" ; a r.rat! over the .*..*krri'l thfM. .
I
"" as a guesBoumL that tilt s\its'l: *::! 't.-ue" to .and d 'lc tf'r'ln-t.\"A' Mr' a .1 M-! I irr.itteil rr.aice it, report ri ,- alli't."r: .". 'V'rjr.ri MrO:if

: (If West PAlm :-v:." wittos.T tnt.rr't t r- r r.rL: F-."r.d :r. Canal Part t. tF'" ..:.--t''r: n! -.w rirPr. ,! rr.a1 roatEsfaYished -:...



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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, April 2. 191


is \xhere and events of the next I I f dramatics whirl n.:JI.-':. this
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I week or so should tell whether: or'rot Cinematic ChatterBy p..t'.re an oatstand.ng: ; show.

the Lake tkeechobee Farming Region a dark horse will dex elop. Thelenly I J Malcolm Millar Says Bart: "What 'a fall guy I
I IMacfadden
possibility; can see: Dernarr arr. tiur.kmg just because a ;:irl".i -
Established J24 Published Every Friday !I i
who fooled thepants ;::.'.'. to Kk athe's, good all
Subscription Price S2.GO Year In Advance I "Once \-t' else that: < >::.il
,. "t-naton I I .m.y. "
off a 1 t of tolls! in .Ji 11. t.-: way through' Well there"ho.v *
'I lace and is an admitted apple have a a; in IP y"::r hand t::'. :e-* >. ...:' .
The Everglades Ness Is Entered at the Post OffIce
1 a! upsttter.A of your life and that's nt for *-;' Set you at the movieMai..
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Chss Matter I lot of folks are discour.tm-r I I i _.
l.ke: you too much: That i* :
: Tom \\'at.on and the polN rl.I .' NOTH
1'aul Kardin Owner Editor. Publisher I him well down the ladder but the t 'het Lzabeth snttars : B' r.Lancaster Piibhc notice is herebxcixen:'
.
Watson is worth a ir. the ir.t. r.-e"v .'rsciatic -
Tom thai the
nan'e undersigned; intends toti.ter
This Isn't ConscriptionS \\"alkIon..."
whole hell of a lot nf"ot.. en an. pt'lIt'.1 : w.th the Clerk of the Cir-
;>'%:skit to the Conference of :flavor: in Nc'\v Voil I. }allot ant* now that he i* backingit i jx-I nun ito behown on the -:ref -*-, '. C :.1: of Palm Beach County
C. flieu; former apihaa with verbal barrure:; (; the Pnnc Tfreatre.: ; In PahoKeon : Florida,
Joseph : ( r to Japan. directly up strong pursuant to Sections
look for him to move i I' Sanday-Mordav. ';;;;.f*>.
ans\\i.r; : the criticism .so riequently made that UtlIVt'I'Ltniii' \-u can C'auht'l Florida Statutes 19-1 I. the
-!ry training is: con-oriplion and! tntix-l'ore: contrary to i.p into the first dixi>i>.n. The Political >t'twt't'nUt' fury fell of laseI ;'''!ut'.tio'iranie.. to wit: Flowv;
the American of life. lie said fog;; and smoke iO plenty:' thick I and hate. Burt Lancaster for a i..i. !. n- i-tier: xxhuh I am eu-
way : and! mbolx-,".>m-> to bt able to !'ex ; trick as old a,. Exe. After th.i ttpiod za.t tn business at Pahoko.
Our juri.p&'uc; lencu (toe; not rest on voluntary jurysystem.
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'*w far aT this time. All I cansee .f > Burt said: "One' I trustt : KI, 'r.i.t.
Our taxes arc not 'based on a voluntary taxl'l 'iIW i.; a ktt of sh"idoAy, fonts n lI"- at.eN.:: "\\' I \".'alk.1..) -''. William Von Zonnerve'd.P .

sy'tern. Our educational >y>tem is compulsory. iou about maybe you can tell im 'I t 'Y.\\I Tt'1lt'I'nh. this e 1 I.'y.: ',., ::b: Arril 2. t'. 10. 23. It!)lS.
*";'.IT would simply be compuNory education inelfde- who they are in "Desert, Kuiy". It:1" tvheu

fensf and: ;n the defense of home and t'oulltry-a purlH'sa} --- -- -- xoii .rx th..:n ir this pitfie .:: .t

laud!. more .significant i in l'cneqUl'IIl'ethan many otherf roliin1' To Handle you htiped you would sec t=...-.-- '1 VOTE FOR

>-n:s of rompul.sion.( M tod-iy l because their fellow-American-: were not trained in Macfadden Publicity I ..'s a great cast of fe.itu'e_j :

time or in sufficient !ltlnll"+ers in peacetime to come to thl' .' plaxerin support of this pi.rThere's MCCARTY(
ti la.'. Kristine Miller and
Others! have tiled t.> say the same thin but it never hasbtyii publisher of the Highland n1any.ro-
County News of Sebnng and one er I lesser-lights. but nex'er-the-les-s. FOR PROGRESSIVE STATE GOVERNMENT
mor beautifully put.-Detroit New*.
of the bt known newspaper men all of them pitching a great game HiiTs The Mm-

in Florid has been engaged bIVrnarr "
Billions for Bonuses cfadden. candidate for i

Mtrmit: liatcmun. demobilized Eighth} Air Force corporal, Gox-error. to serve as his state: I

has .tiled for England because: he can't find I living quarter.: I campaign manager. j
Brkoing has established his headquarters I| R5.ELE[ lbRKsH RIFF
in tJ.j.: ; country! for his wife and tuo children.
The situation here i isn't really that desjerate. Bad :\* at Sebnng and wIll direct
activities from this
hills :are the Bth'manstilll'oultl; find better housing, better point.
The Miami Beach and I
publisher
ONE GOOD
TERM DESERVES ANOTHER
food, better clothing in rural! America than on the
nationallxrecognied health authority -
Kntrlish farm on which Enilish-born: :Mrs. Dateman ha -Paid: For By Friends of John Kirk
plans a vigorous campaigns j
found a job for him. that will carry him to all sections I j

lit the fact that any veteran ('oaltl'e that straiirhtfacrvl of the state. He will cam-I j -.
ex:-i'se for moving ,hurdhould shame us. Vv'e have paign by plane as he did j ---

found billion:; to pay driblet bonuses to the boys which will ran for the United States Senatea

help them at most for a few weeks. Those same billion- few years ago. HEAR JUDGE ED LAKE

wisely us*'*!, would have provided the housing Hate-man says -.- (Candidate".r
he f.uldn't find. Was it the regularity with which elections :I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alley and

roll U'Ot.IU' that urged us ti spend the billions on bounce children have returned from Ken- COUNTY JUDGE
) tucky here they were called recently -
instead of ? !
on housing Pittsburgh n'ss.
I by the illness of hu mother **|x-al% on ".\ctixf and I'a..iic IiMice"
wrw.rww.w. -- -.----- '
- I al duels anhas! joined Pollitt *N Mr. an.111';_ Jack Phillips had Radio StationVSVN.. Belle! Glade ,
'' -s
tK> KilocyclesKKIIWY ;
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY pointing an accusing finger a: as guests over the weekend his : I
Al'ItlI.2rt1 C't:: (' p. atMONiAT..APRIL
campaign ('xr ndltUl't' which i? IMn'ntsIr.. and Mr.s. J. C. Phillips I
.Vil h "C j .t. tutiepeaU .
e I one xxaxto gain publicity and g:?* anti his uncle and aunt. Mi i
I! in the other gux's hair. For th.- an.1frs.. Ben Phillips. all of U'au- I

I nio>t part these antics of the I le.s.M-r chula. t j
(By Russell Kay light have accomplished little. It I

.. is ieNttted that Tom Watson has

As the (campaign for Governor.swings i.iteptecl Cooper'.s imitation to i
: into its final month xve find debate and will meet him on the J

nine Democratic and two Republican pabhc platform in Gamesx-ill-s
candidates in the field and amore March 20 Just who trill knock For Governor

or less bewildered and apathetic hose ears down remains to be
i public. seen but the event should draw a

With no major issues of sufficient good crowd and Prove a go..dexemng's

public interest to ar m! e much entertainment
Concern candidates are finding Other 'an.It.l.tlt.s are perfectly tt, ,1 , a
' :
themselves hard pus.d in their efforts content to lot Tom Watson hw: ,t._ w
to make an impn'iion.otl1- the honors and none is better qualififd -

ing new or startling hag been inn for the lisle than the firev

jec'e.1 in the campaign so far.A Tamp who knoxxs his'a\' )" t .
ox
review of the various appealnvl -* .round in anxlx..Jx-! s Tint This
from the stamp last week David and Goliath event will at t

i.. x-f a's what might be terim1tan least break the monotony of the asp.
*-
p '!'iti al gum-U-atings. Help for something talk about but it is I

the farmer and citrus grower a i doubtful if it will proxe very influential ( s
Mound busme.ss administration, from a vote-getting 1
'
economy, elimination of overlapping I standpoint.
bureaulietter schools aid i Iownliami way. Bernarr Marfadden -
for the old folks elimination of : i+ beginning to flex ni3
tax on gasoline for Boats and agricultural ; muscles and give evidence of getting
use, better roads improved 'I ; in the melee in earnest. If,. i .

public health aid for municipalities slipped back in a big way this PNM
no new taxes--none of week at wisecrackers: who have I II
these has aroused any tidal wave : teen kidding; about his age by subs -
I
of enthusiasm. I mitting to a thorough physical examination !
Those who have taken th.* and checkup on MarchI i
trouble to turn out for the "speak I IS. 194H hv the Civil Aeronautics
i '
ings" seem to he more interestedin Administration for renewal of hi;

what the candidate looks like, private pilots hl'l'nst"lacfad.I.."

how he handles himself on th! (' _; came through:; with living colors Fuller Warren
stump and who he his with hun the examination rt".ah-n him Ire?

than in what he might say No- on" from disease: with no stmctural'defects
knows how many of those wh> vision and hearing okex"

r.1.kt'II' the "crowd" art' qualified An experienced: fixer :Macfadden

voter A check of several gatherings plans to use his plane throughout ( Quotation From thetiVal'ren
in south Florida seemed to indicate the campaign

that many were tourists | Progn.').ticators and pool.ter
Platform
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sun-hunters with time on their fm.l general :1\r.'t'mt.r.t that Filler -

harms and a normal amount ofMmoMtv Warren is the run In b,Mt and ti'
and d..'..ire for ertertv.nrr.ent. ; -
question as t" vectv.-l man L* ago-:,
the m >-.t1..-hetahle one ur.dr iisc -
S<. far the eleven man fret.-!..ral :1\.." t...-1sv ,\n-r.'r vary ..1.r .'- -WATKR, FLOOD and EROSION CONTROL -
his provt'n .\ rather tame affair >'ir" who aid where vo'jak
tVntenders have tor.tente.l Hero t Warr aid :M--
: is As (; I will vigorously
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them.I\e with shul.nNixir.c. -. U',
"irtv '" ':' h.-r. else .t i: t'-
>'7:rg up their opponents an 1 yen and Svtdor: \\'arr.n .in.1
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.support practicable plan devised >
keepirc out ,f t'.U'tU! ers way. \Vats.in: hug the s: .f.I-.t: thin; any
with the t.\ption .>f Pick Ovv>pr i s that it i; 1:1.trahly'a ro' .1:1.1
,' and H.1SII l r.'Ihtt who tasS out .otrrhtiiv:, United States engineers for water flood

. ranchnJ mike her-..ivec! more t'I,1 for secnnd pti..t' ShinIs.McCarty. and! erosion control."

or less sr.novinc tn the other Niwho \'4 English arid W.\t.'n a.I

are "'p; mrg carrulan 1seekme appear to have s-ib' r.tl.\l ft.lloiir.pH \%--

an oper.incV"it I i and wire at the rr.oir.ert !hs
e\er\'h-r.ir: t > ffii" *"d r. >v...* far e*,.n:,h :a'* ax- iron 'jc'iother .1' ..: f r h'.' F!" -. :a ,f P'.ll'a"r...r. .
nothing to L'se. Cooper ha bravely : to make t "' :.r poR clear

chaMmpeJ! the big boys to \'erl- :After that is anybody's guess wh



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I In Florida, 170 people were injured, 71 fatally, from these
causes alone in our first peace year. In 75% of pedestrian :
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II to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to .!
I! Mr. MotoristOBSERVE pedestrians are more careful.

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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday April 2. 191..


Church Women To ;COOP X.\MK: FFICKix: Tom Watson Opens

ORLAXDO Cooperative a$-

Hold :Meeting Today I 1i'i 'iltin il organizations s h o u i .1 Fire In Campaign

take the initiative in develpinj For Governor's Job I Parker Motor Service

The buazd of diiectors of the net maktts for citrus fruit* :n ,
C-\\\L POINT, FIAIRII) tGENERAL
Council of Church Women of the iisial towns n'>t touchetl hy whol.
T.IPAttornr General
Pah ",k'v-Canal Point area will calers. John H. D.IVIJex,-cittiv" )
Tom V.'at;;on appears to be hitting; : REPAIRSCars.
('Mid. i. :tH fir-t nu-etmj of tni secretary of the National
coUraI\\ H i= full! -tiMe in the gubernatorial: ,
year at the Church of God 0:1 i iFri'l of Farmer Cooperative-, Trucks, Tractors. DieselEnirines
race and plan to make: at leatone
.!y. April 2, at 3 p. m., xvitl ,, lecentlv. The Florida Council of I
:Mrs. John A. D'llanv. pi evident, j i Farmer Cooperative, elected Pail I and a half ar.d! pos-iblv tw'I I and Power Units
I! full swings around the tate; bofor? I 1
Kenneur D. Dickman of Ruskin. .
presiding. Mrs. Norman pre
will have charge of the/ devotional i i i went of the organization for th the May 4 primary.He I PHONE 531:
'I received a hearty welcome! i:. I
program. I I i j thud consecutive term. Other o. I
his home town at a bit? public rally :
Merrlx-rs of the 1, lard include ii i I fryers include James C. \ Hotlt"
last :
in the Court Square
ffficers of the council, chairmanof ,, (\Vaverly.. Cf'-pre"ilhnt; DoyTimmons. :.:
I week with more than S the council's standing committees : of Gainesville >ecietaryJames
I and practically all indicated I
presidents) of church auxilar- i Childs. of Lake \VaIe.s. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
they Wt'rt''atoIl support I
lea and a representative" from eaoh Harold Tilden., of Oakland an.t
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church. These" include :\Ir!;. A. R. D. D. Faircloth director. -
He criticized Truman's nationalhadet
Harrnieton. MrF. ..1.1.. Gresham -.- i;1
and charged that sine,' .
Mrs. Earle Pitts. Mrs. Norman
Brownies Inspect II Truman has been president I havlearned -?
Kennedy. Mrs. J. F. Col*on, Mrs. I
some realities that are" n.tI
J. A. D llany. Mrs. II. D. Durrance. I Everglades NewsThe :
democratic!: . The attorney i
Mrs. Henry" Bnxker. Mrs. M. F. I
I general then ripped into GovernorCaldwell's I I Ii
O<- Mrs. C. L. Stewart Mrs i '
orge Canal Point Brownie Troo.o. I program. First he "re- I
K. B. .1nm! : regular meeting on luctantlv" mentioned John T.'i?-

O. R. BI'f"ch.Irs.. \V. M. Du- Thursday afternoon of last weetrooped !-, : inton. Caldwell's former law I A Servant of the Glades
Iiose..Mra. H. L. pPf"r." Mrs. J. S.
to the home of Mr. and partner, and said he received S36.-
fha=tain. Mrs. M. P. Holman and
Mrs. J. G. Weeks where
they were: 000 in fees validating bonds forth
ethers. Every member is expected I
entertained with Easter
an egg:; (> State Industrial Commission

to be present.Mr. hunt and outdoor party. Refreshments Innldm? in addition to his S7500 To Miami

--- were served to the group by a year salary for doing the work. j 4: Buses

and Mrs.V.. J. McLendon Mrs. '''eeks. I' "The present governor u? responsible To Wcst Palm. Beach

1-ave returned to Atlanta. Ga.. On Thursday the previous weeK' for the governmentbuilding
Daily To Ft & lakeland
after a visit with their" nephewand the Brownies were invited hy; Paul I center costing SlOO.OoO.- i Mrers

niece Mr. and Mrs. \\'. M. Du-
Rardin to inspect The Everglade: OOO." Watson" declared.: "At first.
JU se in Pahokee. News plant. After watching th*. i
1 didn't oppose: the governmentcenter

presses run the linotype set: tvi? because I thought it was a Glades Motor Lines Inc.SERVING :

1'* Tilt FIFTEENTH: lfDiriL CIRCfIT and other op.'rationof the printing goal id -a. But I did oppose tht'l j .

rorRT. 1'1sn FOR P\LM **:on. the Brownies were tak-"n the Cabinet) went after I
BKtrtl ('ul'ST.uRln..\ way they i ..
( II \N'ERY NO. ::11-:8 to the Andrew store next doorf it, because it was a big real estate : TIlE I

VN Platnttrr.JONES: :: r a treat of ice cream hv Mr. promotion." he added with th: ? GLADES"i Ii

-"' : Rnrdin Some of the Brownies were statement.' "The legislature didn't I II i

VELM DefendantNOTICE* JONES : ?n\l\ to have been disappointed >>'- fet up the capital center area. Itwas i
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Mr. Rardin to show I
TOPPF.R entire forgot : set' up bv Governor Caldweli.Watson .
TO VELM JONES APARTMENT: 3S ;. them the "printer's devil" ann, '
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reassured" his *
TGN D C. i'*tyi>e lice" which' are supposed to that what the polls show' in tlf .
You i.r.- |wT<*bv r..l'llrf'd to appear In ;inhabit print shop. '
every Governors race is not a true picture. -
the alK.-f Court (.t> the 12th day f.fApril I
A T t 11W at ti- C<}'I t Hon-> -.- On the citrus problem h.viid .' ,
1- \V.-.t P.im! nM"h. Palm Boarh I - -
( tunnm.IH.: : .\vOKLANDO I he \vould let all 1 citrus
C'IfltFI"I 1, to An.er to the Bill: grmjprs :
f>f (''-m'. .'+!nt for Divor.w flIP I
y :: "?'' a'Kve entitled! cause and
the Eren'l. Newx. a newspaper rek- 1 'r vera took a shipping holiday their fruit whenevtr. however aid I -
vlalvt".hert in palm Beach Counts I f t Saturday tint'1
.. r* 1! idnijrht/ i> wherever they wished. The Jtl'I I
f > .J.. t'terehv rt( ii!nat "d ASth I
new..pan.r In whlr-li this Ord.-r '1lilnip.ht't"'lnt".tlay: of this we -k.Pi who i
vhilluVi'h"! for f.."r r.utMSMitltf .wvoklv 1-.MiesDONE I I I Shrubs and Trees
i loon ili-time low and it i ANI OHDFRFD at \Vet Pal-n at an the inside as good as the outsidelts.k
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P<" rli aim Rearh fountv. Florldi.thU hoped the holiday will boost them, =." he ailded. He said he favojeil I
8th clatof !\hrrh. A. D I'M .
J Alex Arnette I 'aid Chairman Andrew Dudi. J.'_ a minimum price law to pr"

Clerk of the Cirri It CVi'rt of the Florida GrowerAssocia tent the cut-throats. lit' a.lvoeatedhaving ALL VARIETIES RETAIL
Palm B'arh CountT. FlortlClrtitt ,
Court Seal tion celery division. a Constitutional amen I 1- j
Bv ThadHte P PUiitDeputy I had fallen .
Ork Northern price. as r.ient ecifying where th' mon?v Authorized Sales and Service

Thidd WhltltirnAttortvr low a* S1.2r>> a crate, which Dud o will come from to pay schoolteachers

for Plaintiff said was "well below the cost of
and scImoN so
Pahoke-. Florida operate JACOBSEN POWER AND
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Pub: Mirth 12. 19. 26. April 2. 1948 production in the field. "no experts ever again can produce .

a bill which no one can un- HAND LA\,,MOWERS:

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rT IMPARTIAL LAWENFORCEMENT ISLANI LANDSCAPE CO.
Church Receives

\ /IR' "" 1( I Open Weilay anti Saturday afternoons
:39 New Members
I 1100 Southern IJlvd.. West Palm Beach
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ceived into the membership' of the -
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II Pahokee "'rstI..ttoolist Kas=teSundiy --
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of faith incliidf Glenn I

COLIN ENGLISH t AM.nsj. Arch Fllakey. :Mary Fun- I Those Sensational

ierl! ,urk. Thohurn iordner. Mrs.

BELIEVES EVERY CHILD SHOULD I HAVE ANEQUAL Thohurn nor.in..r. Loren Mereditn.Mrs. '

Lnr.'nI rf'
OPPORTUNITY FOR A GOOD EDUCATION I :\ Charles Kennen. Anita :

Ix>uue Kennen. Charles Elliott
,: RUNNING
TW w Nar. .ftd .dweotio. of Florida' children t>a* I Fre
..... Ik. Rf. worii O*Coli E.glsh. Ovnug his thrturmt .. I W. E. Pope David Cunningham. ''I

p' rt a* Stat Spr .l..dKl of Public Insh.ct'oA i Elizabeth HoIt.11..n f'Tf'e. Nightly-Rain or Shine

t It. kot ra id th* qvahty of ftotxio't public school Judith Ptarlinjr. Mrs J. B. Snyder, .

profram horn MbMondard ....h to well above <"k* Mrs. Lee Kawls. John \VillitmRhodes. :
at the
I Mrs. Ellis Miirphv. Judith ,
t 4 NA..pls..e.q..Fioe.do'ipcMNM.dvcoho.oi tyilri ..j .t ._. .. .
! tt..rm 0* a po .r. for.'-'MY." other ,la.*. Murphy Ernest Maxwell. Rotten : I
Rarnhill and Calvin PadpwttTr.in ; PALM BEACH i
; the pr.*prity of. .<.y country ttot or commumtf fer of membership to thr

depend directly upon the education of .'s children Church made ,I
First: Methodist was

Cdu ii good bvtinet it', the bust bws.ness hv Mr, and Mr A. I). IVverlv.Mr KENNEL :!

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nvettment a tote can and :\lrf3X .'"..rly. M-

and Mr Howard n..1m.n.tr and t

To protect owr present ga...,.and 0.,.... during the a J"""ntf ofiont of three Mrs T f:. A It'tanJt'r.tis: :* PeesryAlexanSer = = - '

continued progrett MI .dueotoo..ol governor* .; J. F. OV. .1!lson." Mist

program. we mv.t elect Governor Julia MUhK Mrs Ji!eph Hatton
A. Go..o', h. ..ill not ho.. IaLod. 10 RACES NIGHTLY 10
who will give MS forceful and igorow Jr an.! \frs. Glenn Abhnsr
ipend valuable ino"'*i' '..1..9 "., .ov .
sh.p a Governor whose. ".0" Infant" h:1pt-.i S.ndiv; morn-
around acquainted ,h ..tlob.o.Go..a' 1,
irw edvca'ion'And. geWmg i ie jrc in led Patrtk liar.d. ll! M'ir- i FIRST RACE :15
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Olide from tti. ovttlandmgaccompl.th Heino"ino- ondfron phy. son" ...fIr ani Mr Kli-
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't-e fbr-eM of h
.ment ... ft. ',.!d cf he ..11 be full % i .o..gJ'a'a.Cover 't'lrT.hJ.rr.rr..t! ru"tav Mirjv .-..;;.. - - ...;;..- .;;;..;;
o edged: no'Cofpore
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educat'On Colin English .. Inn. tri >f Mr and' Mr 0 M MurphvM

f.lr.1..tr. \r\ Jirr.n.v: *-. I Ie
9..ol.f..J "0. to' fulfill Ke dv'-et o* the eipenexce retcrd efriember ry
.... .,.. _-., P.t.ta. *t MarwI! < h.i-l; !*.'..rof Ql'INKI-AS EVERY: RACE
C. ( o.
'.h owe "'0' H. A? octop ihr .ett and : the '
... Mr ar..i Mr Krreet: Mixr
go..J .oI.J" 'f nsh
a 0ou9" q'al't'3 .n r..e.ny 1"
9o.ernreJI orcon ."'0"g'. ....... oMit. o'a .0' ogee 03. ." .r .... \\Ian::! : K'-r.! n.-, *. .nt Mri".! I DAILY DOriSLE; 2nd: & :3rd;
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Egg Hunts Feature i;Joyce Lynn Hint and Garlar.J 'of Mrs. E. F. Mc-.vain: with M '*. I Diesel Locomotive Freddie BlakeHas
VanSickle.Mrs. :I.I. !:. Thor a.ar.d Mts. D. \':. Cuiiringhan -
Easter Week EndCr.lldr.J Charlotte Walston's fifth : ;i'?*i-t:L :. Eisrei.e Hiwjthnrne Used To Haul Cane A Birthday Party
; a'ci: D.-n't Dtvsv-.;r: >
grail,' children were entertained at
of the Pahokee Eltmentaty :- 1 award-d! prz--s; ant rrfreshn:-..to* A Diesel locomotive appeared or Freddie BUkoy .-el.'Mated h;.<
Sthr,(.I enjoyed KaU.zx ;i the home "if Mrs. Roy Sesree with of pur.< ::. tke and gum drops:: ; thGla<;.-s branch of the Florida ninth birthday anniversary at i
Mrs. Ilendeison' assisting! :. drops were served. East Coast: : Railway for the first 'party given by his nwth'rOYr*.
*- hint: given l> mothers ,
y rom .
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> Floreu.Speer's fourth Easter eg; ? hunt parties wer time Tuesday; on an tc'xp.c rimf>nth:: Arch Bl.ikev. assisted, bv his eu!)
r-n Thursday, afternoon of last !i grade! group had! fun in the garden I l"\l held for the children of Mr. ) den mother. Mrs. Jess M. Elliott

week following close} of school.Th back of the First Methodist, I Lois; Mocks first graders at the Corpora-tion care cars between the Bryant at Mrs. Elliott' home Satunlvafternoon :
*> pupils of Mrs. Frances Har- Church with Mrs. C. T. Hows.Mrs. home of Mrs. Max Beverly, for I plantation and Lake Harbor. with member* of hi*::

low's s-ixth grade room had their: Lewis Friend. Mrs.' L. M. (I iMrs. Myrtle Johnson's secondader ; I It VMS lep.Tted that! railway ('!- etta; don attending as guests.: ;; Following -
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Collins and! Mr* Gil Galhard-n ?-- it the home of Mrs. R. i fiC'i 11'h() accompanied the diesei : the playing of game* and
Eater party at the home of Mir.
acting: as hostesses.; M"ntie Adim.* JTlliott for Miss Reba of refreshments of ice'
ar. Henry's on the! experimental run were well) the serving
O. D. CariK-nter with Mrs. Mike won the grand priz at this affair. i
second: smder: pleased with the! rt'.uItIt wis cream and cake Freddie and !higuests =
Hoperich and Mrs. J. T. Platt as Miss Elizabeth Caraway's (curt"I I d.llhf.'atll"' .
found that attended the
. the: smoother: startir.;
sisting-;: co-hostesses. Prize were I grade children ha 1 their e? hup* -
and stopping; with diesel pocaues \\-:?- at the Prince theatre. Attending
won by Roy Holmes. Lee at the home of Mrs- Jess M. Elliott -
Tommy Robert 4 Has A Baxter.
Boe I I.can.\ :: to fall off !loade'tedcars were Alfred Kahn. Benny
Usher and George Mills and a I with Mr". En meta Holt. Mrs. KonreAlexander.
Chuck Elliott.
Pat
which is a souro of c nslder-: and
special! prize found hy Carol Carpenter H.1.. McIntosh and Mrs. Ear! Birthday PartyMrs. : Dou.
able waste in the run between Thurman Kemp. ;-
was presented to the teacher Meredith i"ti:1gt"a1y Johnson. Bryant and the! Clewiston: processing ]la* O.illis and Wldon Cardm.: tp
Mrs. Harlow. [ Bernice Hawthorne Bill Gunnej -. I Hugo Roe entertained Friday -: mill. It is said that FEC latter winning the prize egg in
Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose's sixta 'I j James Stamps and Gay Schoeppelwon afternoon on the lawn at the! I has' several diesel-powered locomotives the egg hunt.
grade pupils were entertained ?t prizes. -onie flft!". and Mrs. Olaf! B.w'. order and
on may platesame
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the home of Mrs. Parnell Enecks Mrs. Cleo Douthit's and Mis. and !
I with an Eater egg hunt outdoor of them in service in the
with Mrs. G. F. Kincaid and Mr:. Pope's third grade pupils. joined rurty for her son. Robert t Glades area not only for hauling Use Classified Ads
H. Raineri assisting. Prizes were forves for an egg hunt and a lot who was celebrating: his fourtn cane but also for moving fast
won by Vaughan Wilson; and Elsi- of fun at the city park. Ann Snvder -,hirthdav! anrn'errare. The ho. te.':; trains of perishable vegetables.Jar.ies .
Stamps.Mrs. and Buddy Alexander won was;; assisted i in the! entertainingy i
Sarah Thomas's fifth grad prizes. Mrs. Arch Blakey. Mrv her mother. Mrs. ('. K. Mitchell .
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pupils went to the city park fora Curtis Cha. Mrs. Al Beverlv.Mrs. and her sifter.:: Mrs.V.. R. Roland F. O'Neil. national com.4JvT -
roast and with T. E. Alexander and Mr a.Rockwell t ixtth
wiener eghunt of Winter Haven. ..:.. ..j the American
Mrs. C. A. Moberj*., Mrs. Willie acted as hostesses.Mrs. . Those attending were Mr. !charpeil in Miami recently Lt'pon.1! mkwCANDIDATE
Kemp and Mrs. Ilickerson acting Sue Shirley's first gra Catherine floe and children. Skeet:: H"nry Wallace. third party candid '
a.s hostesses. Prizewinners Wet tots were entertained at the home and Pam; tr'i1burn C. Yo-.mr its for president, was "sellinga
and' children.! Kappy. Amy modelaril counterfeit hill of goods with hi a CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
Dubi: : Mr. Lester Hand and 'I
. platform of (peace and prosperity" f: -Ihn' The a I-
daughter I-indi: Mrs. LtonamMaxson 'I
and children. Billy an.!

CarolvrM'. > Roswell Harrinz-
HARLOWSIMS >I.ar ton and! d.iuchter. Jan.'tta. h'

I"| v T Mole and sons. Wally and' LO&fle KIRK
: Kirbv: : Mrs. D. P. Caudill and son
Wurld War Veteran i i Toe SvtTrs: I. M. Lair: and .
Idaughters.I[ Bor.mlu and Dot J.:* ,- .
l'\M)ll .\TE FOR for WINNER
SHERIFFVote
:1':1"tr": Lloyd Hundley.! fnr.*. for o

: Tr"" i.iovd and \Vavne !Scott: : :Mr'. -PaiJ For Its FrlrrttK >f.!,.hn .x'"k
I M C r On:third and son. John IVr'mtt .
CONSTABLEI'ahokeeOinal
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: Mr Leo Maxwell and sonIM'ad

| : :Mrs P.1.: Cate. Jr.. a-I I j .
flan'' nEE PARKING; :
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latishter. ( "rn..liaTr!" Roh'rt
Point I>UtrictYour
lUCIIl DOWNTOWN
(1m"'r1ain and dnuuht: R..H"
jII :\Yr,.. Owen Todd! and daughter! I'ill "It uith .;a-.line and l';uJ.. All l>a>. If Von Like *

Iran. :and Will-dene! : Mrs. MaxFJeveiK
Vote Appreciated SIM: 'LAIU STATION LU HRAXCH
) an"n.. Ken: Mrs.r-
t .-...n Kern .',. non :M.uiri>. West Palm Beach, Florida opposite :MontgomeryVard;:
IVihby and! IWlv: :Mrs. Ja k Phl-: Olive at Fir.-t .

lips; and daughter;: IVttv .!..: Mri.Ed ..
l Cushman and .1-mshter S'-.i
Mrs. : IY:1x"nn: : and son.Michael .
: Mrs. :Mvers Fountain and
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Milk Means Growth on. K-hvard: Mrs. James H. \Viln -

.- and daughter.; AU..Io ': Mr FRANCIS CROSSAnnounces
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i. Orin Bacon and .laughter. Shar-
Without certain elements in his ron: Mrs. BilIH1m anti son. Ell.- I
!worth; :Mrs. V. A. Boats and sons. i
(! and Stewart: Charles Bol.nnd His Candidacy forConstable
(diet baby would lack bounce and Craig: :
BIIPoOP.! Betty Jo Brisker.
energy. The urge to grow and de i'incl.pn! Ramey. Freddie H;.'kCSOTI. -

!, Bill Johifton. Willie O.irsondf.s.
I
'clop.ould be retarded. \ S.ind--i! impi. Elizabeth: !
I Enecks and 1If>rn' Rip ('

Alfar Pasteurized :Milk i is the --- -- IN: Tin

safest milk for your h a b y. Earl Chance Leaves Pahskee-ranal: : Point DistrictS

Homogenized: with the all- For Hitch In Navy (S \'( District )

imnortunt) Vitamin I D added is K.ir' f* ". '" of Mr a" 1
J T i-ir<>' of P.ihk.! f ;>*
the choice of !many mothers for t Mr r.li-t.-d in t'i.- \'. S N.ivv t' ,'I! '.-.''. ? Democratic(, ; Primary Mav 4. 1918

T"-..d.iv t.. -t .r hh.w.t t. 'r iit I
baby) fCt.dingBe safe when you *!jf San Pi.Nival l.iue

buy milk look for the Alfar emblem. IVfor' vi- .!t-r' "t'.'-.> Ea-' '.'-.-
'nt..rt'tin.1 at an Easter hr.'ik- 15 Years
fast river *>v "i..*>ilwr.. <-f t'-: I Experience
Firs! M.-''-.,,h*::. ""nth F. I.i! -.'"*-".

group in the recreation hall of tb Inw enforcement officerin
a: ;'l
hurh ftt'lowire t!'e snnri -T I
LFA 1.-e. H." wns also honoro.1 r\T -i this area.
,,' fi.Ilo-.vinr
ratty :lr.\' v a >r.inc
t'he !'rtese..t.ltl"1" of the E.it"r: carta -

., 'a at the r-hnrch and was pr.'-
: ; ., 'j rented with :a pt b.vr '.' rYF It I Qualified By Experience
Belle Glade - Phone 20 ,; y. ...<> <.-T;= Ares: !"r.t. II .'t('**: *. :
were :Mrs B Elh"tt and :Mr: P.F

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2:t Years Experience in School l VOTE FOR

Administration . . (Qualified 1.in l EducationalAdministration I :


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I.'i Yoar. Principal Palm I loach
Hivh ="l'hnul l HOWELL WATKINS\ ( the ro< iiiireneits! of the


law for th .' ()l t f t f 1 i c e oT

10) Yl'ar.ulwn i...ini: 1'rinfipal: -. .
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t ,'t' .lH.rnh! .tH I 'TIi.
1'orl M, vrCit% School- For Superintendent of F ;Public'; Instruction I "


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Will cooperate with all school personnel and school departments for equal educational opportunity for ail









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Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Friday April 2. 1 1S

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Railroad Battle Is Elks Celebrate 80 Years :Mission Study, DR. IINNHONOKKO: : :

Headed For Courts ORLANDO Dr. A. J. Hanna
Jlrs. D. D. Caudill

Of Benevolent Activities distinguished Fll'ridhi.tori.u:-

Jacksnoville The Atlantis The third class of the current author, has been appointed first

Coast Line Railroad last week won mission study course, being presented occupant of the \\eddell Prof?:-

another round in its long fight ,. .. :: by Mrs. D. D. Caudill for sorship of the America chair,
the First MethodistVc.nan's which has been established by Ro'
with the DuPont interests for con- 121f' ,,
3 : ep ni Society of Christian Service was hns College.The .
trol of the Florida East Coast conducted at the church Mondaynight. professorship one of th>

Railway. However the whole controversy ; The: study was on "China first of its kind in this countty,

appears headed back t.> Committed XT-to Us. Mrs. Ca.- was established through a MtHiOOii

the Federal courts for final settlement I dill was asu'd in the pre=enta- gift by' the late Alexander \\'. WeJdell. _

tion by M-- r:. J. Schroder. former U. S, Ambassador to
In a 6 to 5 ruling the Interstate The (concluding ion of th" Spun and Ar t'ntma. and the lat'

Commerce Commission at Washington I study course will be held in conjunction :\Irs. Weddell Dr. Hinra professor -

affirmed an older for I with the regular "'SC? of history and director of the
irtrper of the FEC with the ACL. meeting at the church Monday Rollins Inter-Arnencan Center IS

It refused to set aside its findings afternoon with Mrs Caudill again: author of the Lake Okeevholvyolun -

of April 8. 1947. that a reorganization in charge e of the Lakes of Anun.a
for the FEC could I I/* ---- Series. and other works.

lest carried out by consolidation
New Members Are
with the ACL.

Thf !->t. Joe Paper Company. .: Welcomed By YWA Lets Moke A Bus:ness-Won GOVERNOR
DuPont firm and owner of a may -

.utv <>f tho MIOOOOOO> first anu M'',., Yto"aek" a"1.11.."' .

r'fllndmghoml* of the FEC. ht'l Col Hodsov were welcomed) as MRRTY4encher [

( hall np -d the finding. re' menilv"f the Y. un'nn1-

. Indication that the DuPont intended in'< .\miiiH\'. Fit Baptist

to fight it out in the courts 3 WML, at a meeting at the hom lemon.Gro.*f.Vetei:ri
i Sy t.5
came from Rdward Ball 011[>0:1' ff Mi5"1.. Lot.; :Morgan :\1nd:1t''n- -Dan'* The )1..0-

trusts, who said: _________ -V i"", Mr1Connie Poiv. chairman ------ ..--
"We are .itisfied that under all ta s..tf r, <>f the group. presented the mis-

laws and the American way .>f .i.lra i hh' r!"oc' 'ir ;.r1 P-'" 'l" 1r ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
life. tJ.' propel ty lN.]<.nRi to us L. A. Lewis Grand Exalted Ruler oi the Elks dedicating the plaque. the bu-ire-!

:.nil I we anticipate our views will 1 I Ityi'" announced that! the l inl You demand MORE
During February: Lafayttte ,\. Since Pearl tlaibor th. Elk t
}.. .,
":1/ftain..1 by the courts"The YW\ will! !> represented it
Lewis. Grand Exalt.1 1 I.It'r.f tn hate from 4iMoK) to th.'
Ions; ease. which has in\'ol".j grown i: the hU'I"r mtv at Camp O,.bor'ion ihanJM&L 0n.atnIL..! "
t d niinii'roiio: hearings in FIo..iih ne\fkr.t anti Piott t-\. O! l'r"-n' utterrl.-r.hip. A In,;* p 'ictntage April CO h"1: r!". I..'1"1': "
lllf II.\>
and.i"' nington. is under otdm irprocedure I of KIK:>. in the presence of !;; Pa." t oi the new' memNiue Betty Ihtdl\ k nail the :Mix' IlilHSflf Must

of the Mipition heade'directly i ; Grantalt"t! Kileis from ail Gloria IIt'nd.'rnn. Imorrer.' Sni\i 1I.lu" Iroii .\ ,.
y. !e-jns who >ath,' w<>.k tno
back to the United States J baits of the country. pie.'<'d I i En'hnlalo:., Haibin Ph.ll.p; STATEWIDE BUSINESSMAN
; Eki!: i:d dunrg the war anal wart
District Court henThe ICC de- bronze plague on the; ancient and Patsy R.1 t-ht'lnr. Yvonne UV"'K-- FARMER STOCKMAN

i isi m is !still subject to approval famous old\ building! ffj:mlly .i*o pirt.cipate in tie pfUttim and Sibyl .I"l'o'n. :Mi',. RlaniSteyeis ': STATESMAN

bv F,il\" ral Judge\ ui.. \\', Strum known a" Military Hill at V at hint\' :,'nce> of the Ordtr. :; presented :Mi-s :\11r1nith & i 1. BiU)

l...foit whom Kfirginizttion pn.- I! '\\'f'ry. New York (":t\". .uc"rd- --- ----- ....- a gift in behalf of th Y\\\

(" ,,'.Iing* are |>t'nlingTht.- District [ il'gtit '\<
Court decision also could bt- a-I|| Roo 'nhfrgExrlt 1 Killer ,If Pah.- the KI..ritli Utnktr Assignation "H'_ M' ", Mit,'hcock and MISteyens. ;> CF GAiNeSVILLe
I'.tlfd to a hish('r court and thefinal j I b't. 1.o.lt'e! No H1"_ Lewis'action trill i... !h 1t.I.1! at the :Shemton-PIizi! :; c.hostesses.The ,
t bore of the fight toull I1't. *jg-rmJz..l; IN MHh birthday of T"ft Hotel in Daytona I 'ach. May 17 group win main meet i* "SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE"IS

.1,1.I I l row ther stnoinloirs, frittrnalilfnte oigmtion ?*- to 21. it was: : announced thi week Miss :Morgan home on .\['ral l'!t. IS
The dissenting <.omini-...> .oars which hax grown from 1"> Xev by general chairman Fran V*. -e. --- 'fund..,..1i, 'llfn'Ui'd

:aid they favored approving- :\- 'York actors to its pre*'!]' '1 .iii- Sherman. Miss Jane Sims of Atlanta) ar- for GovernorWHY

r"'C'mnlt'ndation of an ICe tammcr .\- ership of 950OO> pubicriritel: F Fmen th....' toiliy to spend several div? GUESS - HERE'S CERTAINTY

that the St. Joe Pip-; with 147<< Elk lo-Js.es! >" att.red I I with her.pirents. Mr_ and Mrs ro'l . .. .. .. .. .. . .
Company be permitted to tak through- every state in UP 1.. Sifts In Canal Po-"t .'D POL'T'C.L An"T''F'''''
ever and operate the line I,Union I Classified Ads I

"Tin record -ui>|Hrts indi pen lent It wa ill Ft.hptii1tI';. 1**;S. I

ownership and operation bv that a group of actor, headt-d h:: I
( SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
local |K>opl<> rather than atquiMionly ?on Fnelishman. Charles A, Vixiai.
cleaned and repaired Phone
the Coast Lane"* the minority I organized the first Elk Lodge
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. MITe
ass,>rtd. New York "Mother Lodge" No 1 KIRLlaSHERIFF
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--.- (lin Military Hall and. with nor I-OK S.\LE:: News and used Wills

U( l'K SLIT BKOrOHT political commercial or religioi-; Jeeps Walter Ashley Garage in i

interests: started the great order I Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcn
I -Pala For Bv ",hn.t. nr John KilkJX
TAMPA A sixth action seekingan which has raised" amongit"i - -" -
injunction restrainingVebb\; own membership and disbar >"'d FOR S\LE: 1936 Pontiac roadster I

City.. St. Petersburg drugstore for counties charitable purposes' new paint in good condition 1 s as >s >s i< >s ss+>s >< >s ss s+>s ss v >s >vv. >v "( vQ
with $.5 radio. S375. see
selling below than t"iJ''htmiHion dollar" n
liquor minimum more : :
I rims allegedly fixed by the Florida addition to untold additional sums Harry Pahokee.\\'aldochlager or call 4002 t :?; Office Machine Headquarters *,

Fair Trades Act has* been file J pent by: local lodge The aims >f
I .6. Underwood .
Typewriters
in Federal Court here. The latest the founders are those followed bv 4:
C.\IAK LE
FOR S.\
,
I, : Jerseys % <
Milt was filed bthe Bernheim'Distilling the Elks today. As stated on th : . SumMrand Adding Machine .
they "to inculcate the guernseys, hol-tems. heifer eX Marchant Calculating MachinesA. }
Company of Kentucky. ;plaque are calves from one day ti> a week old. j. > .
Others who have filed suits are: I,i principles of chanty justice i $10 up See H G. McGouirk. Pa .: I). Dick Mimeographs A
Hiram Walker. Inc.. James Br
( lay and Co. Ltd.. Seagram's |quicken the pmt of American :> F & E Check Writer 4.>
Distillers Corp.! Frankfort Distill- patriotism:" :NOTIC'tt:-I will not ht' responsiblefor 4 6 4 A
HALSEY'I IFF'TII INC. (
cra Corp. anti CaHert Distiller I Constant attention to disabled debts contracted bv my wifr- s> 4 s
Corp. I.r.veterans in 162: hospitals in ill I or anyone' else after this date Phunl":1: : 8:1: Wext Palm Beach ,.
1 4S Mates, the care of cripple April 2. 1'4S Signed: Tom W : children! the adwardmg! of 10O Dn-is. \16p-l 7fA>< >s>>s >t>>t>V >VVVV!A>VV s>!t>.+>VVVV .

1IJ:411.r'1: 1 ="SEZ college! stholirshirv. annually to
worthy but financially limited
I
SPEAKING OF DANGEROUS high sthool student' the sponsoring -
: and financing: r>f hundred of
CHEMtCAL-5' \ AND
troops of Ray Stout t>!'pt''hlh'in

GASOLINE.\SS T' MQSt WHEN DEADLY COMBINED 1 Irn'I underprivileged li: gdwit h Elk nt'ilhh"'rhnns\\'nTItYu T. HAROLD WILLIAMS r ;

; CAN THINK' ,11 veterans acting: i-. Scout leas-

.r-- OF5i ers Thanksgiving and Cl'n-tmi1-
-" -y / baskets. nietlicil attention and roicCounty J
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'CiJ.. dozens of other benefits tn the !'o
. ( :... '
; : $ .; I veal reedy, ire ill part of the Kl'c-:
Solicitor
..f -'\\ ...,,,,,\ ; J' Wi>rk. in addition to assisting: theI : *
] ..' ,. / '-c '.. :* S. .\nl1Y and X.1in s ''iri-c. Rr
.. (' Q" c 't'r'1,1 freeralts for our peicetsmforces. 3t
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V'i ,.. c' '" I 1i|I Dunne World War II the Elierstahlshe.t I 1 ytars a pract inner) attorney. e ;
1.._, ..;. .
) h' 'ls;
than lOt a
#.-.r": j : more I
"\ !h- '?5-o'it f-e ...our'ry tr.r.>us1: : V.;*.st Palm Iloaoi: t itv (' +nlnlis.i i inr. w 1
;.--\ l1A
.
/ '.\hul tfNvisn of Y"lmc ntvorcb :'--

C ::.o.! .../ : enabled to .t': iltfv, *fT Ci'**".*' :\J'mht'rnH'ril'..n I.t'1: nn-\'I.\\-I-Ik.-Iat1t-t: {> : t ,
I *z. ,\Mmyy.atii n
O -.1.- ( 'hurd1. .
C. arses. In id l.tion th.! !
ikincr t'f service . tt'rt" ..
.
.'I.trtalr.! tae fraternalnear .r.! "
,' ;'t.ae :n P.I :t'.t't. hire tie: ":il.t.try' e<, tahashrers .?."*" Immt-tiatt.! IUT chairman P. II. County Democrat
I. \KF MJOlir \tOll'l C..). *
trcuti\e Committie. ,It.
\\.t. ..*.:.>'-ts n ln.tl\
t sjH1 rq'-
t' :, .! r'.Mart' p-r"'"".1. T'r1-- I'
,\ :1. ar.! !O'f\t.- an any n.a vi' .' -..ore t" an li><>.o.),' Cr-''."'! ,"r 'w' .;
"I trill! enforce the Ian with i-ttn-idcratmn for i.-
a: 1)l'y .ird n:tet r.iat.,sIn P'ca fir t"t' \ir -'ro''e. ..;; ")0"0 l lall

t.rs who win Son' )''''1 Navy Seabee'. "?rioi>"> .\rmv F*- .and the fullest measure of protection for our [t Iff /
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money ardour lengthen the life f J' o'n. e citi/in .

\' car ...._'es to T.ret the rrquremeats
.! tV \'.'Vnd:!'.i-.strat'r

.' y. a .."r,i>n N>''''< :."' the :Me'lc"art Williams For County SolicitorHonest

t.l1n.'. p'lxl:".e : ar.I 01..*-
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LAKE SHORE 'r :tet ,:,ill ooo -*<\.r< .''. *>*.' -"-pIers -

.. s. 3 Id.es':e*- Efficient
to h. : ,MOTOR co
IN''i nillior cf ica-:etes :T. aIly !-: '

t., troop* overseas; a-i r-
foratt score rf cff ';''''''>' t a..j f.r' t.y f'sr ts .r T H 'A'.n,n:"".,

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Friday. April 2. 194S The Everglades News Canal Pant Florida Page Seven


I tnusual.AttendanceI I I



Attractive Alma Warren j i On Easter Sunday ;Ii Jj-pP/


F..V C A. Mob-i ar..our.c.dVft

y r !av that 3v"> ]'else...i v'oro I'll r
Fuller's Home j i
Brightens
. attendance at the Pahokee Kjr.- Mr. and Mrs. Park Keen atnouncc -

list Church ::radar School: onKaster. the arrival of a daughter.

Collection fur the entire ; Gwendolyn, at the Good Samar.j : -
JACKSONVILLE An attractive I amounted to "1.31Thi.; .;; ; *
jay: I j tan hospital Monday.. March -"-

) and talented money gix s into the building furl :Mother:: and Gwendolyn are getting

lady presides over the which :: .11: ho ::#ed to erect thr.ew -* I alons r.iccly. the father reports.

church auditorium the: pastor ; 1:. v. and ::\h... ElIt'QIllTh:''
Fuller War-
home here of 1 i
4 a said. Beard of Clewiston announce the
ren, whose ambition is to iw Murhce. Jr.
--- --- i bnth 't-.1 c=on. Kllcry

have her by his side!'! in EfKOPE WANTS n;l'ITORLANDO I'at the Everglades :Memorial: Ilo*-

the Governor's Mansionat I : itai o.- March 2l\
.
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Tallahassee.She Fruit hungry i

is his gracious /}-year- t'F I Europe has not developed a post- : )Iust Have License

: y' :.-ar market for Florida citrus becausi -
o'd sister Miss Alma Warren : To Post Political
I of lack of dollars, Dr. Fred

whose! silvery hair-like that i a- .\.. Motr. trtut specialist} of the Dipattnier.t '- Posters On Highway

of her brother-lends to her I, of Agriculture's officeof .

personality an air of quiet' i fiv ,:n .ricultural: relating. 'I Ue oarefil where you put political -

charm. said here recently, adding that posters.

Alma, whose clothes are simple ol.nt.J. c-.tr.is voiiia I'.' sold .a The state road department's d-

but reflect an instinctive 5i. Eur pe :if currency controls weieovded. vision of outdoor advertising

good taste is completely devoted I 1, . .v.ain campaign workers that

to Fuller even thouch Dr Mrtz recently returned fromAu.tna ,candidate placard. can't be put

the combination of a sureessful I where he served as agn- along; the highways without a

law practice and his Intense t Itrrut a !vier or: the uccupatio.i :. .,,' .,:. t.i,11.
interest in public affairs occasionally -
staff. His I >cal address was at an The warning applies to signs
him late for
makes
infoitna! mivtmg mired by the; posted outside the limits of nn1idpt1.ti. .-

, meals. % Uniteci Growers.: and Shippers :.:- : .'". Even with a licen.-.
: "1If>.s really quite punctual
ou cant put posters within i1*
''\'It; :;
f though, all things considered"Alma : fet of highways rights of tva':.
said with a smile. "Also. -.-
Nor can you put them on telephone -
I'll Rive him credit for one
thins when he's going to be THE WARRENS AT HOME-Fuller Warren and his I Il1ami glamor girls have de"t'.1 :- poles or trees.
he callsus : *..-.! a zany ne\v Each pastime lirt'drIax Kenton of the out-
late for dinner always
gracious sister Alma, enjoy an occasional cup of tea division sail
call mobile
up and lets us know. which they archery d'! sir advertising
in their home which Miss Warren has brigh: ned aiming and firing arrows at a that means the small placards!

The candidate's sister is quite with her talent for interior decorating.Mrs. : stationary hllll 'Yt' f'inn the open generally used by candidates aij';

versatile, but a natural modesty i U-p of a speeding Crosby Sportscar virtually!: useless on the high-

prevents her from admittingany offers;; plenty of thrills. ways.
Warren's Since: the death of their
treat proficiency In any : unexpecteddeath : I

particular field She likes To left a great sorrow among mother the Warrens: have lone ,

play an occasional! came i>f her host of frier l* who had no formal entortainincj. Prior .

bridge, but says she i"? no fanatic looked fo-.vnrd to -.pc-in: 'leram.mn.nv
to their loss they had iHva.cion.il
about the game. She also: I'-i'Vr TO the Gov
p.irtip ernor"V '''-:ion
tennis.
enjoys
.t from .. nf'ighhorho..J affairs. Add
Alma was gradual Brevity to your recipe
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Sin IT help
Florida State College for Women r A
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Florida State University ,r ," .' .: \nn. {
now . Alma has been a guest a' the I
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(; n rn ; !e per
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with a major in jnurnttIsm governor's mansion in Tallahassee I i i
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in 1039. She worked for a h. : /r \
several times. But she's I
for the ">. Y. 'W"I
time as a reporter
wasting time thinking howt
no
.' .,'J"n *** "' ". '
New< jot. Land Run >-a .. would feel to be Florida'cFirst I .
... .' -: Vrn-t in- j.J !
and subwquentlv -
liked very much- .. ady. She's quietly confident < \

taught school inV.-MFlorida. .t., . ". 'n n"'}""It'-3"- Fiiller will be elected but I > *H.C, 'j J i t

... says there is too much to do I .y
-' "a"- enjovs;
She also enjoyed the latter nl'ii .
.
work "except that It's prettyhard ,t .,,.r.J'; '. ,!:. r VI rkiP With to spend time daydreaming.Alma

to make a living as a (i.'..\,'r'. is Fuller's only sister I \\
teacher. r..it Y'I : hive helped con- although he has three brothers. : > -'

After two years with the siiler.-iltiy, to hr chren up the They are Julian. 35-year-old J
Warren's comfortable but unpretentious Army veteran and University of
state welfare board Alma accepted I
Florida Law school graduate.who r
home on Jackson
a position in the Gainesville -
post office and worked ville's south side 11I1t'r.who only recently entered practice r

there five years until the was active as a youth in the In Jacksonville: Richard r-

mother of the family Mrs. Baptist Young People's Union. principal of schools In White

Grace Fuller Warren died In Is a member of the South Side Springs and Joe the eldest a
lumberman at Blountstown
Baptist church.
Januarv.
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her of new member. added ti> our r\I\!:U\\" ni.s<< TO in: I "'-- \1 ' -.. .
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leContest Will Be r
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GUESTS OF BAPTIST ,

Used To IncreaseS. church this year. Jo.inn Kichard. ulnt-\U.\\' i \ /.; : : .y
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Betty and Kmmajean Kilenfie'd \ ) I ; ....... .

S. Attendance !i were baptizeil bringing to mn '- The Pahokee Chapter of the j \ (I' -: t.h;

teen the number of chiMn-n an-I Ord-r of It.unhnGirls of the I| ,. "
Start of a nunft''t to raiseour adults receiving the Sacrament
.
OKS. sir.! t'.e' motheadvisor. "f
School attendance to this The doors of our chuivn Te
Sunday
year. :'Ir:=. H. XV Young! will be the I \ .
will be again this Sunday.The .
an average of 125 each Sund.ivwill open guests of the First Baptist Criurch.
Canal Point MYF will re i(
mark the Assembly period at Po..k.t't. the Snr: host to the H'sdes: Sub-District at for a
the Canal Point Met'lunlist Churchat F. -ervice next Sunday. April 4, acctrdirg j
the church on Tuesday April
ti< an ar.n"Uneener.t rra.i-*
10 A. M. on Sunday. Last yeT- : Monthly meeting of the Youngilanied :
bv the pator. nt'e.. A. M..b-rr | PLEASANT PARTY LINE
we had a great deal of fun xvhcr. Fellowship with the Pop- Special music will liepresent"! by !

:'r g: al \vas set at the unheard of i Sears and Harlan Seats as hosts the Ladies Quartet composed: of !",

average; of 10O. hut since that tim ? ,'will U Friday April 9.PAIIORF.K :Mrs: Ralph Grimes. :Mrs ('. A i|

and with no further inducement - --- - M'. -..:g:. Mis-: Barbara MoN-rg an.'

our average has stayed right up ,i hull sniooi. Mrs. T XX*. Knight. Al* ) a ch>f"1I. klf.p ,'alix brief
there that mark. Easter markedthe
at
HONOR KOIJ. wIn sing "He Send the Kainbow"nr.d

end of the contest last year : A in all >.ubj N t. n sel-H'tir will bo plive .>'! This assures better service for you and your

and we were overjoyed to have: a I 11th Grad-v Lillian H.immond. the solovox Rev. :\fl.ht'rg111. party line neighbors.
record-breaking 134 in attendance.In "G.1'my
Sth GradeMyra Baxter DjckioAtkins preach on the subject
194S Raster was not emphasized I I ..
-'coc' = \'tIiz"d Vv Hi'Bow : r
'
in Sunday School attedance. "
7th Grate Eleanor Walker. in the CJotiJ" I
yet we broke that record by one
Peggy I.\T>n ; Irl.'y. ii
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full enrollment other a chance
with 13't present A A or K in all ...Mibjwt i I gir
system will aid the teacher OI'TfKKK: Tn BF.OKSEKVKI i

in their work this year. Last' years 12th Grade Lena Go..ls..n.: "SihylJeruwr. : : .\T BXPTISTKtv A "Time Out" between calls gives others a
Joy Pa.lcett. Hath K.mtz.Lois 4
competition will take a different : Kchols. nU'hut'rott'n.. ('11"11 I chance to use the line.

but more interesting form. --
even Hull.: Uirbiri Jenkir- I
W.tlta Ne'.l!I ;
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The Moimnc: Worship message 1 C A ..t"'tt"rc.or. ..r ThFirT .

jn the service beginning at 11 cane 11th Grade: Inland Shirley.Imogene Bir-T.-sT C.'! 1in tl. Paln.kr. ha* i!

a. m. will be "Klessed Are th' ar.n .n'f'ti that "yo"th.t'k." .

Eves Which See the Things Th't Spi-t-v. Mir flags IVIlor.a \\ ill Not.s.T\-e,l at the church r..xt 1 rrfoame tint in pmprgpnrPII 'u
J.'n.'='. Yvonne Fra=e T r
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Yo'0'" from the text In Luk1O:3O. A-wk. beginrnc .*\ the n-. :':t .. rces -
: In the evmir.g at 7"3.1 rh. lath' Gr:\-llUrKira 1Vtlknsor. \ Su! n.hy.pnl *. cor.tinuirc j When another party on the line has at
1.tTIth"tt..r.. Payne Jackson
(
ministerill bnr.g to a clove the thr'icho': .. 'he wepk. and ronciu1.rc !- emergency,please release the line qjiciihanfj ; /.
?th Gride 1arles Sears. Jtdt. : ::-
f'enesn "theill . -- Mit'tid"evi'trshers .\".-
on ."P>ocrmrtc Hi Wi'.l 1 VrsV! H DuB->*e. director "-.*
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n.I. *.' H "* J.'-'t darts 'I
M mv have remarked about thl.elpfulni'ss -' l--n.erburk !h. Tra.r.s I'non..vsl! t. ir.
sh Griie Ma'v
of this series in her: ha '0:* r t">- observance. aw Jt'1 1
:'P1 Gride ll.->}"'rt.'t H ttotlt
thnkir.g v :trF G GlLand Mrs S>t! up gently
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>t. rt C U' !">r
Those who requested that thormf :\!'.'
,, Wben the line; Is busy, pleas '"Ho 9 Up
::bfr>. hip N- hr.u.tt to our ---- 1'1 r:* aMine made f r

church trarv-for- <-r. F\!'tt'Y:11- J I. Eage: *:..>." ben arpoiTelSinthe >wh t,. fill the p'-lpit It :.e Gently

.!.,,\' were M s 1:-'!, Pope.: T M -*..terr,: re.; : '!!.*! manager ?.,* h:.-. h .'r '..'e.: itlan Lhe yo'lh .

Y.','nians. and tr'd Mrs J AGavin F'ru..h.Trul"r C,'rr.p.ir.y. Aim the .-wi-rh --il condiwT the prates

Hal l:.,; .tnriercir.d Joann I a't.f.tr:\ ..-h service headquartor .en's ..r1l'Inon: meetrg;

1"t': !" reeteJ iron t>.' at Ja.kony:1'.e: : and, 'ff: *!' \' ar'! :all :a T vt> c .f t"h. :'- fOUTHON TELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

t :lass" :r Preparatory Merr.N'rshsp Or'n>,iM..: n Ta ip.v and Savar.r.ah ..,-;: ,.. ,. "A..k :-: '.,:. '". !;l- Lrwpennd

1 ringing t" twenty-four the! r.um- Ge.rjr.a. r.gxer .



Page Eight ""r.e Everglades News! Canal Point. Florida FnJ.1Y.p1il ". 19 JvBride's ..


I KI.MOBMH.; TO _\IIKL w
Shower For --- -- -- - -- - - -
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BELLE: iL.\DK: LIONS:
Miss Nan BrewtonThe ;

H, v'. C. A. Mobtrg will be th-:
Pahokeo Woman Clah> ruestspeaker at the Belle Glade Apartment For Rent
Lois Club next Wedieodaj: noon
building beautifully decor ate a
i He will speak on the subject of'
with roses asters anti glidioh Ozell Kenn. Homer Bures and of ,!
The \\hvof the Progress .
Glenn Abling of Pahokee and J. I
was the scene 1londa'ening of Belle Glad" ,
G. Weeks of Canal Point attendee
a bride's shower' and party honoring .
the Easter observance program -it - --
Miss Nan Louise Brewton o!fPahok"e. the Scottish Rite Temple *n Lake A statewide planning and zoning PAUL'S SERVICE STATION

bnde-tlect whose marriage Worth Sunday afternoon. conference to be held in Jackson1ville
'. Mr. and Mrs Jess M Elliott CAN\1. POINT FLORIDA
to \\ L. Cunnin ham. Jr. Apnl 5 and 6 will feature an : I
of Belle Glade will take place or had as guest over the weekend her cddre by Walter H. Blucl r. ": .t
3. Ho Mrs. F..mma'h Jer of j - - -
Saturday. April tes- :i mother Detroit executive director of the --
Were Mis John A. Dulany. Mr:=;. Bloomington Calif.; also Mr :. E'- American Society of Planning Oificials '.
B. Elliott. Mrs. Robert O Lamp: liott's sister. Mrs E. L. Chapman' I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSWeeks
and Mrs. Robert B. Simonson. of Lakeland
Mrs David Stoddard of Bellf. Mrs Charles G Willis has bee:i
Glad sang "I Love You Truly." substituting as third grade teacVtr
**AlSve,.t Mystery of Life:' at the Pahokee Elementary This '
"Silver Star" and "Love's OK; School this week during the absence
Sweet Song," accompanied at tht of Mr W. E Pope. "
piano bv Mrs Sydney K. Smitli. Leslie Futeh has returned fro: J';)'

Jr. of Belle Glade. Mrs Dult::; his position as manager of Berrv .t.':,. ..:'S.;.'.". ".., ..,...; ..,. .. .. ..... :It. ....f..,.=.
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pave readings of "Love lRtt{>r". Funeral Home in Pahoke because rn. .U' .l
**Hc r Kis and "Homo". A quujrame : 'jof ill ht'alth.Ir.. and Mrs. Fut:h V D Z;
,
of hearts was cnjovedMi It.ft'dnt'sday for an t'xtt'nd..tvisit
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5 Pn!'"cilH Lampi andIi. with his parents in Clernont
Patsy Elliott assisted Muss Brew- Fla.
ton in the op'ning and display of Charlotte Ann Cate. vlvn
the many lovely gifts Refreshrnents IM..P5. Barbara Vertomn and Johnson Cash Grocery
of punch cake mints and Zel'a! Jones, pupils at Ro"aria:1
.alted nuts were served by th' AlI1'n1'f'st Palm B"a<'h. !'pt' .'l

hoMewsexOlivets .tending wenIrs.. H the parents Easter in Pahokee weekend with their; Streamline Specials For Friday and Saturday Only

J. Anderson, Mrs T. L. Burn I Donald Padgett and Thom;; xTKK.\MLINK 1" UKTM ON Tilt >It't'K 'ITIm.u.. Tl UN HIT NT.\TK \KKKr: Kil
frs. \, f, Libhirt rrs. Gf>O. BRamev. llowct. St'trknts! : at the Tniver;" >K\i; Tilt LH.IIT I'L\NT IN 1'\II 0 Ii.:.:.
Mrs Frank Ro elle. Mrs. fir FI"ri.la. Gaine ::yile.! spent th:,
Ernest Maxwell. Mrs E. I.. Pope. I Easter weekend in Pihokeo wit'1their "The Best In Food Prices"
Mrs R J. Simonson, 1trs.tax ran'nts.Ir.. and Mrs Dun
Ammons. Mrs J. H Wilkinson.Sr can Pa.lc..tt and Rev and Mr!". C
.. Mrs J. Wilkinson.. Jr. Mr,;. ';T. Howes They were taken hack
C. L. Wilder Mrs!' Raymond Canitber to Gainesville Surdiv night bv
:, Mrs K B. Johnson. Mis. Rev. Howe! who visited his mother HI-lTP Flo Sweet 1 ORIENS
A. Memllm. Mrs Ralph Grime in <"v->la t'nr.mtc homllorice ...
:\1:0.: A. J. LIIII.'n1:1n.Irs.. W. A Vnwm has returr d,i
Stevens. Mrs. J. \\". Strickland."Mrs from a business trip to .Tackonillf FLOUR SYRUP MILK
P'-"->rt "/al\ "-. Mrs H C "* Ite was ;"eompanie'1! bv. WW .
Grahar'tr: !" I.t'n"rttlf'n.. Mrs. Weeks of Belle Glad- I II 5 Pounds I'ints :1: Tall Cans47c
L. W. .'rm!'"roir. Mrs O. A. ShuvMrs ?.!'s. I1 L peer (entertained: I
W. .I. l.urimorf"Ir". Mver" I the city park Saturday with inRaster I I lie 37cNo.
.
Fountain and Mrs Mix Reverlv csrg hunt for ,>>'>! :b 'S of I
Also Mrs.. R. J. Schroder. Mrs tie .t'Jm >r department rf the Fir't
F. W. Cross Mrs Frank O'Council. Bipti'-t Sunday school Ilffres'iments ____
Mrs. J. V. Thomas. Mrs O I of ice creim. cookies and
.-.
Mrs H:11'"oldoff. served
D. Carpenter. oft drinks were
Mrs:; "'illiamllClf'nithan.. Mr' Miss Pats Geiger and MIR Is;\- 2 Cans HI-UP No. ? Cans
Violet Hall. Mrs. Paul asst"r.: Mr belle Cassidv of Washington. D C
Rov Vandejrnft. :Mrs:! J. T. Picket' students at Mont Verde near CVHndo TOMATOES F LOU R FIELD PEAS
Mrs Duncan Padgett. Mrs. Ad.- were guests over the week
. line Stuckey. Mrs. Cary Oeiffer. of Mr and Mrs Pow Geiger.Mr .
Mrs. W. II Brewton and :Mrs. \V. and Mrs Frank Shaughncssvpent 2 For 10 Pounds each

I... Cunningham. Sr. the Easter week end with
-.- their daughter. Jeanne in Tampa. 23c 84c 17c
The Pre-PackaRinR Council of Kenneth McIntosh and Alfred
the Florida Growers Associatnn Kahn students at Florid.t Mil--!
is conducting experiments on the tar' Aca Dickman Farms in Ruskin designed spent the Easter week end in PT-
to put Florida vegetables on tio: hokee with their parent5 I Small III-IrP:
market fresher in more sanitar Porte Johnson and Tinker Christian I Vienna
containers and at less' cost to thj: of Florida Military Academy 1

consumer at week St Petersburg.end in' Pahokee spent with the Easter their:::- S A USA GE IVORY SNOW F LOU R

p-i rents I 2 For Each 2:! Pounds
tVERYBODY51ALKIN6M'IAQTY Mr and Mrs. Harry M Mclntrv
Thursday for St Petersburg
left
wh,'r' they will attend the. innul 3Sc 12c 51.99
"Mate barkers conv 'ntion
Mrs Wallace Pop was (aU-.l
home in Louisianna: the first
to her .
landing Candidate for GOVERNOR of the week on account of a: serious .. ......., t
-!>.... The M..- accid.-nt which inhered "","
automobile i '
: her mother and aunt. I r > TDP" AA. Native
Western f M' EATS
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State Board Halts _

Phone Raise hearing
Prince Theatre
TALLAHASSEE The StatRailroae Laurel Leaf The Spread that Sliced
and Public Vtilities C .n'-
Pahokee\ Florida mi"jor has poatpored until April LA R D Betters Four Bread B A CON
r further heiring- th rite mtrca I
e r>t,1:c tion ->f the Southra'tern :
: T.. .,phore l' mip nv' ,I Pounds WILSON.S I)nun(I
SundaMonday The delay wi: granted tit cive i &'dLfL ?d 33c

April .1-5 Commsrtnith the tompjrv: ; tmf a t.>stetemr.t provu'" tse:.>f 99c MARGARINE I'"nd 49c

It.. fin..ncnl ('on.iitio** :0111-
i-Kiru U:e r.t*,'
i-t.i:' "hl" It :0: :
Ia.'st in :!* 12: =tnrti ..v*..t M '""

"I WALK ALONE"ttrring exchanges.'. .In.1 to!'1J'r"nl meet cuts: ,..-r\;,':f. x\- 'Vcstern .1 I to 6 Pound I 1 Pound Ph.
pi-: :rz
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.. I It.n'o--Itty: *:e';f:rg h is already! t>.
; >Felt ,n th arl'lh'atam.: NECK BONES PICNIC HAMS I A R D
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Hurt !jinoi-tor I
. . Jdek'. -., ';
The S't '" \-r.lIal
L.i 70:1 blat tli Soof. l i .\ 1 It' i ..p.'r....'rv.i t'laekSO :-
'r.i V;.. 'tlrm'.t;:" 41c 53c
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CHILLS FEVER T .t' T.tr.p.t M "":"C Trw e
I ; * FREE DELIVERY
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t- < e vi\" f :
DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED666 '
already trj: :re to keepa:k
our n..;)"ev wv -( t .II "'I.' "
Nth =1:: ';t, and 1Z:= 4r.t cent -( \'oll! O'I.1" (1.ST1TIUc.IIT'' R15ERI:I
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