The Everglades news
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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 30, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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City Election In I F-ank O'+i: itnell Candidates Will I Branch And Scruggs I Revival In Canal

Made Elk Official i
i' Will Sell For Boe I

Pahokee To Be Held i Deputy -e'iff Frank OConndli Tell Their Story 1---1 Point Is Drawing

j i i was being congratulated; this week ., .
On Tuesday, May 4 j jV ( by many of his friends upon h:a At Rally TonightCounty I this week where they are taking I Interested Crowds

!election as vice president of Florida training in salesmanship in eider
I Southeastern district of the that they salesmenfor
may qualify as
p.'aIk:r, candidate! for reelection County and city candidates wi'1 I Preaching the Gospel to a full
State Elks Association. The ele
;j :- I Boe's in Pahokee. Upon tw i
. as city clerk, and thin S. I
tion took tell their story before the votersof church every evening. Rev Edward
i i place over the week end i r reeteurn Olaf floe will put then
Baron, candidate for councilman, Pahokee and Canal Point at a 1 S. Doherty of Feaster Memorial
: at the state meeting in KeyCet.. ', to work covering the Glades andoffering
j-r up thr"'e, will be the only] c"di Mr rallv to be held in the school atiJ't'joiium Church in :Miami: has given
r : is also a member of :: to homeowners some of
date! running for office without Harry-Anna Crippled Children ; at 7-43 tonight < Friday) a great spiritual lift to the cxrpregations -
: the finest electrical
equipment on
cppisiticn in Pahokees njni 0 I Each office seeker will oe 'i
.ip< givena at the Canal Point
prmttP'e and was chair- I' the market
election] en Tuesday, May 4, specified number of minutes in I I today Point Methodist Cbii'ch Great
; : 1 "t t'ae ntuah" committee of
Boe's stock is one of the largest
In the ra:'e for mayo- T e.f which to ret out his qualifications has been the felt and witnessed
; the association: during the past I I, in Palm Beach county and his power
lDrk: Richardson: incumbent j Ijea1-_ for the office he seeks. in this special week of Re-
'' plans call for his' salesmen to
seeking re-election will be opposed Pahokee Police Chief Altman \ival Services and who
;i Others attending the meet.r man
cover the entire Everglades section
b!' J. D. Rogers drainage en Morgan is staging a free fish fry II' I II haw been
at meeting
: wereW H Vann R. Ri('e. Mr. in an effort to place this fin- present every -
gineer. Three car'li'iites are a-1- on the Athletic Field before the have been stirred deeply
and Mrs O. R. B ('ffh, Harold I merchandise in homes. Hardly ine'ectnal DV
ing for the job cf chief of police: Rosenberg. Mr and Mrs Joe Ton speaking tarts h? told! this newspaper I gadget can be names I ithe: warmth cf his mes!'aees' It is
Altman K. Morgan, seeking reelection vesterdav Mr Morgan's i I the of the
that the
Boynton Mr and Mrs Ken"tiMo'lc. without it found Boe"j prayer pastors
being in
Albert Cant, former chief, Harold Wilkinson J.Z. is ." call for stare'-"- *0 feed th I Word of God will] go out and resecinto
I r-a;ve; stock.Future
and W L. Bottnght, w ho is as=ociated Mullis, Dick Parrish and Elmer visitor nromptly at 5 o"< tuck .n I ; te hearts of those who do
with the Geiger Lum t>.* Jones. i i.I .*''i..r tat th fish fry may',.> ----. not Know Him through these eet-

Company. Running for councilman - I. over before the speaking bejjms vices and that the fire of Pentecost -
will be I. J. Frasure, At like Belle Glad] Farmers
group one a rally in bras: burn in our souls as weshare
Jr., and Horace Unwin. and for : Community Chest last Friday night an unusually ; this great experience with a
councilman, group two, T. S. Kmt I large. number of voters turned oi: FathersPahokee beloved man of God.

and P... S, Douthit. j; Will Need to bear what the office seeker I Banquet Services are held each night
The election will take place in I $8,000It had to say for thST-elye1] I I Monday through Friday at 8 p. m.
the fire department garage at the J
Chapter of with a brief !service of prayer In
city hall Polls will open at 8 a. T will take $8,000 to fill th' Sam J. Williams Farmers of America held the parsonage preceding each ser
and close at sunset. The election needs budgeted by the Community nual Father and Son banquet Futur"j I vice. On Sunday the morning service
board will include Mrs. Ruth Meredith New Lions MemBer
Chest, according to Frank Shaugane clerk; Mrs. Alice Spooner. sy, president of the organization. Pahokee. Miami Herald Town-I i I by dinner on tbe grounds. Each
.' Mrs. Gertrude Gamot and Mrs. C. Abe Dobrow was named Sam Will'a.iis! '-t. genial _ma,!- crier Jack Bell was the truest fNf'.J is-+ti"etJlo bring Its Sunday -
R. Moore inspectors; :J. B. Elliott chairman of the 1948 drive' which ager of the Western Union office speaker of the' 'vening:-'lie'-soke 'dinner to'the ciurch grounds

and Miss Lucille Williams, alter 1 will be instituted in the very near in Pahokee was received as a sew for an hour on his fighting day as well 39 eating utensils. We will
nates. future. member of the Pahokee Lions Cluoat in World War 1 and his War Correspondent all share the food and rich fellowship -

. .. 1 Committee members are : Orin the Tuesday luncheon meeting.He days in World War II. of such an hour. The Woman's

I Bacon Loel Lence, B. Carlton was welcomed and introduced Bob Durrance, proprietor of the Society will furnish coffee. Join ns
Mrs. Enecks Named I Joe Kahn. Sadie Barwick Jim- to other club members by Franjt. I Pahokee Fish Market was mad in a happy hour of Christian exper

mie Wilson P. P. deMoya. T. C.I Rozelle, deputy district govt rno-. I an honorary member of FFA. MI ience.
Head Woman's ClubMrs. i Richardson. O. B. McClure. Rupert The annual reports of club activities I Keen was to have been honored The Evening Worship Service at
I Mock is the treasurer. were given by chairman of the likewise but he was unable to IK* 7:30 will bring to a climax; this

The budget as set up at the various standing committees. present.The short week of soul-searching and
I . meeting was conducted by work. The effects r>f
Parnell Enecks was electe I meeting Monday night is as fol- prayerful
prv!!dent of the Pahokee Woman : lows Girl Scout Troops chapter officers and James Sinr Bro Doherty's service in Canal
'. Club at a luncheon meeting in i! Kiwanis Dental Clinic $ T')O president, presided like a veteran Point and the blesing and presenceof
the clubhouse! Tuesday. Crippled Children Society Join In MeetingThe James Barnes offered the bless the Holy spirit' will not be forgotten.

Other new officers elected for :I of Palm Beaches 525 I ing. George Belk. Jr.. gave the address .

the coming year were Mrs. Clydt Boy Scouts. Gulfstream Pahokee Girl Scout Troop of welcome and response ---
Alley, first vice president; Mrs Council 1150 One had as guests at the trooo I came from George Belk. Sr, R. L.

Louis Davis, second vice president I j I Salvation Army 1075 meeting Tuesday afternoon mt'm1 1 r'Brooks, chapter advisor, introduced Precincts
.Irs.V.. H. Jones, corresponding Pahokee School Band 25(:') bers of the Belle Glade Girl Scout I'' special guests. Fred Taylor Ready
secretary Mrs. Easterly, recording ;i Local Welfare Fund 10') Troop Three and their leaders, poke on use of school land and
secretary; Mrs V. L. Geiger, treasurer Plyagrounds 1000SOOJ Mrs C. E. Mavnard. Mrs B. 'I Dickie Johnson offered the treas For County VotersVoting

; Mrs. R. J. (Schroder parliamentarian |! Waddell and Mr>. X T Ta 0'1'I urer's report. ..
; Mrs. Lewis Frif'n t. $ Scouting ideate! were ('''tchan -
auditor. I j .. . between the two troops and the I J I Miss Ruth Cochrani precincts In the Ever-
The club completed plans to at j ja ;i 1i Circle Met With Pahokee Scouts taught their Bel!" jrUdes are in rt host at the County Federation Glade guests a newfolk dan.1 i i Honored At Shower Tuesrtav's primary f'Jf'"Uon.'o*-
meeting to be held in Pahokee onMay iMrs., : Frank Colson Games were played and refreshj j I msr machines have been put in
6_ The federation met-tln:; I I I ments served I|j I Mrs' Roy Pope Mrs' Lee Rawls. their respective places and election ]
will get under way with a business "| A stud of the last chapter of Mrs Joe Tom Boynton trooti I j JMrs I J H. Wilkinson. Jr. Mrs officials will]] be on the juts
cession in the First Methodist' I, the mission book. "Great Prayers captain presented second class I i i Ralph Grimes ::\Irl. Raymond Ca- an hour next Tuesday morning;
Church auditorium at 10:30: a. m i I''of the Bible was presented bv scout badges to the following J j ruthers and Mrs. Simmons Wilkinson before the polls open at 7 a. m.
A luncheon at the clubhouse at Mrs Arch Blake,' at a meeting of member of the Pahokee Troop I i| entertained recently at the: Closing' tim is 7 p m. All person
12.O p. m. will be followed by nand I the Simonson-Lair Circle. First One: Judy Starling Jean Platt, I j l Woman! Clubhouse with a party In line at the closing hour mav
per'-rrnm the Inxtillitton r* I Methodist U SCS. at the home of Shirley \\'biddpn.Iyrna H.rndon. I i i and bridal shower honoring Miss vote.
re""'l'- elected county federation cf- 1 Mrs J Frank Col on Monday afternoon Olive Gonzales Sandra Long. Marian i Ruth Ellen]] Cochran whose mar- Belle Glade with 1 flCTST'e. with Mrs L..I. Fra er.rfcairm Fnecks. Nancy Hillier tVinnn 'I r nags to Lawrence Wane Council voters will use six voting machines
public was reminded that i n, preidmeMrs Gail Jensen Peggv' Shirlev. Joys will take place at the Pahr_ and Pahokrr with 1232 register
the last showing of the motion I H J. imon!'on was aoTV Lynn Hurt. Ann Thompson Carol First Baptist Church on :May: 2. will' have four machines Canal
p-ctiire.: "Carnegie HM1". at the :nte 1 tn represent the circle ia Carpenter Emma Hitchcock. Stel- ,i i The hostesses' made use" of Point with its rei'!tratlon of 47.i'sill :
Everglades theatre in BePe Glade ( the collection of a box of supplies' Ia Sue Barnes Rose Mane Hender- ,dragon roses and gladioli! in'n".J uw two machine
will be this Friday light; The club I for the \"t'01nlIc! >usf' in KeWe..t. eon, Lovda Williims Phoebe AmiRamev I rying: out a color scheme r>t South Bv has 364 registered
II F r-on..ormtr the showing of th s The group also rHnnrtl to end R Carolyn Hickerson Donn lr>w' and white for tieoratinsf t.>'. : this sear and two ma"t1u.w'l1
picture for the benefit of th* S box: of nredol materials to H'p! Lynn May and Joyce Ljid.v outhouse! Many lowlv gift were t.- at the d prisal of the voters
swimming pool fund 'tethodist Children's Horn in En- The scucts! sent a gift to Mrs received by the honoree Refresnents ':- f"hf-n with an vn VA votenn
-- --- terpn-s..> with Mrs Blakey: appointd Leslie:! Fllt<'b. f.-r.n..r assistant were nerved bv the ho. te la\\ lRt: .....r.1.0rrinnral '- ir rvaffe of arrangemrnt. leader. and each member of t'p I ito approximately 73 guests fection officials,_'ho will have
Mrs. R J, chn>ler was named on troop signed th" greetings card {I ----.-- charge rf the -WOon fonUs trJ the
Dennis: cau\Iitl said yea- the circle. greeting committee which! accompanied the gift \1':%llFii'ol'El: \T10NMr Glades! attended an official JW"bor
t"'rdav that pl. r.s have been com- IrlI.. P. Holman] assisted Mrt -- --.-- I for election rffidnJn last \'" '!Jr.,.-

rIftt'to re-wnre the lighting eve Colon in the serving; of refresh- nTInr: l1E\CON" !" Imogrnf Christian rtoO'-. lay night at the Legion Han ..nB

t.'m on l..arthl Field MCaud i rnts at the conclusion of th Iv underwent an <.peration at tjGoivi I ll* Glad
:11 parted<< out that re-wnnru : meetirgPT The regular monthly meeting of Samaritan Hr.cr'lta.J! m Wen In Canal Point the 1ti'm 1 w,II 1
will increase the lighting effici.encv . the deacons of the First Baptist Palm Beach Raymond Christian be bM at the Sport Shop I'ahe'
on the field bv fifty percent : .\ 3 ET1NO> Church of Pahokee will toe conducted ;, and Aud Hook went over Tuesday k_ at B Eniotts Garace 11.-lie
-- -- Sunday afternoon at these and both gave Mm Christian Glade at the Legion Hall Chosen
Mrs Helen Bates and daughter.Audrrv. !1 There wn be a regular meeting o'clock at the church This meeting a blood tr n fu.Non. Her friJwnll at W_ .m Stor. South Bay at tb.
have returned to Altai. j<.f the Canal Point PTA Monday, of paramount importance All be glad to know that the city ball In Lake Harbor the Totlr.C -
Ill_ after a visit with her brother. May 3rd. at S p. m. in the school Ib urged to attend Mr H L latest reports indicate that Mr* will be door at LAke UTP'T
In-Uw and ser. Mr and Mr C. I|auditorium Officer for the coining will preside. Horace Unwin Christian U getting along vet": Ltd and at Br 'sn'. Farm in hsoffice

C'. CruUkinl in Pahokee. war will b* installed is the arcwttry. -en. eildna.

Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday April 30 19U

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS I :: -: s:-:.*4 a :>++c w>+++++++++. +4>**c A?+t:ss:sc: *4*.:_:a<:*->*:a
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. Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 1924 - - Published Every Friday :: BY ELECTINGALBERT :XKa ::

Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe > t

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn srs ;

Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter sa>

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher {4} if

Cinematic ChatterBy t.

Malcolm :Millar: = 4: AS YOUR .
t ; : {-7 YS.

through I had the the latest pleasure"Bogey-Bt of sitting>ca'l- Dr. 'Emery;.-I I J. Thomas of Canal :::: tii

dramatic offering recently and so Point who has been a patient at CHIEF OF POLICE j
I do not hesitate to recommend th Everglades :Memorial: Hospitalfor
"Dark and advise
Passage" to you the past two weeks was transferred -
that you mark down in yoo .' to St. Mary's Hospital in 4 > < }
little black book of entertainmentthat West'\ Palm Beach on Tuesday.Mr. .. .
it will be at the PnnM and Mrs. Billy Bridges planto 4:. You can be assured that local men will be used: in the police department. Also, ;.
Theatre, Pahokee. Sunday-Mon- .' 4 .
day May 2-3. spend the weekend visiting beparents : yoe can be assured that the police! department will be as near you as your tele .:a'
:Mr.: and Mrs. A. I. Mill, 4. ....
In the cast with Humphrey. Bogart and family in Bartow. They will be :. phone. 4.>
and Lauren Becall are Bruce accompanied by Mrs. Cecil Hall 4. s.t ..

D'Andrea Bennett Anges and other Moorehead.well known Tom and daughter.Mr. :. The Grammar School Area Will 4:"

fine and Mrs. H. J. Anders 4. 4..
players all of them doing a
lob in support of "Bogey an-1 had as guests over the weekend 4:. Positively Be Patrolled +:

Laura. Jerry and Linda Moller of Miami. 4<1i" .
The story is! a murder story. It .
:Miss: Gretna McClain of Key 4. c"'.
is the tale of a man who is con- ... 1t
of Rev and
West was the guest 4.
tinually thing. .running. A man away who is from trying sonv-to Mrs. C. T. Howes over the week + Albert Gant is qualified by 12 years experience in law enforcement. He will c:.
prove he was not a killer . A + execute fair and impartial enforcement 0: all laws. .....
man who is never really successful Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Boe had as A" > w

but who finds true happinesswhen recent guests her mother. Mrs. P. 4.4i.. < >
he meets "the girl", and they H. Buchanan: also her brotherinlaw Former Chief Former Constable :

team together for the balance of and sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. st. ...
their lives. Currin. and children all of Sara-
Y I am sure you will find this one sota. c.". .
of the most entertaining pieces you .>
have sat through and urge that I Virginia Culberson is recuper- 4{ Courteous Treatment To One And All. <:>
you do see it. ating from a tonsilectomv performed carY
See at the movies-Mai. at the Everglades Memorial .
Your {
Hospital Wednesday.. rM.Y. and Support Appreciated .
Joe Alderman Jr.. underwent a
The Miami Herald has inaugurated '" .
at the Everglade > .
tonsilectomy c.
the first fully automatic fac- .
simile newspaper service to be pin -rt Memorial Dr. and Hospital Mrs. Wilburn on April C. Youni 24. '-;. :.t:.!:_:.!:S!:_:.{:.i:.Y. f:.Y A.YY a i Y a.t:I Yrt d f.iY a t4._a Yg Y A f A .S.a Y.Y t Y A Y.; .Y.:7yM A {Y.A t.Y }}
operation in this C'OImt'ryarato
I entertained recently at Cypress
that talks, writes or draw -
pictures all by remote control I Lodge with a dinner party hono"I Mrs. Adie Hayde has returned to I[ Mrs. R. Sam Mosley and children 'I I Mrs. L. M. Mullis and sons.
from the facsimile department cf ing Miss Betty Joe Brooker on her Fayette, Ala., after a visit wit' have returned to Miami afte' Chester and Danny, spent the
the newspaper. I birthday anniversary. Others attending her (cousins. :Airs.: W. A. Howell. spending the weekend visiting h >r I weekend visiting her: mother, Mrs. I
- were Mrs Nola Dragon.Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Caraway and Mrs I 1 parents Mr. and Mrs L. L. 1 1I Kate Hamilton and other relatives -
Speaking the Federation of Henry Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Susan ({en fro, in Pahokee. I|I stuckey. in Pahokee. i I in West Palm Beach.
I I C. A. Kolstad. Miss Marth
Women's Clubs in convention ofSt. :
Gwenette Reeve
I .
Petersburg last week Miss LOJ Miss Mary Helen Hooks. Hildren w. r w rr\ ww 11 w\
Riley Fashion Expert with Maas Bernard. Bill Shirley. Hugh Stanley I
Brothers, stated that American and J. W. Mullis.
women are the best dressed wom- Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hull haveas T. HAROLD wILLiAMSl
en in the world. guests this week their daughter.
.. .
Mrs. W. R. Wilson and !'ot.
An average of 27.50O employees Michael of Donald-sonville. Ga. sCountySolicitort
engaged in the production and sate Theresa Lutz of Miami spent FOR
;.A. 8
of containers for American Can several days last week in Pahoke .

Company one of whose 68 plantsis with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. ;
located at Tampa receive H. COnnell. ;
wages and salaries totaling $80- ..- I

070.561 in 1947. it was reported.Mrs. Because of complaints front

- merchants, the Eusti City Coun-

Seth Roberts has returned cil has voted to cancel a contractfor
from a visit with her brother H. the installation of parking
C. McArthur in Avon Park over meters. Council members: said ths _
the weekend. She was> accompaniedby cancellation was contingent upon

her mother, Mrs. Mary Mc- the willingness of the Parkometer MY POLICIES AS
Arthur. Company to agree.: TIME FOR CHANGE !


T. Harold Williams was born 1908 in

I Lake City Florida, the youngest of 7 WILL BE -

A Good children and the of railroad
son a
County Judge em- 1. Law enforcement suited to the needs of
ployee. Attended the public schools of the community.

E Columbia County, Florida and graduated 2. The facilities of the County Solicitor

MUST BE from the University; of Florida, office will be available to you at all times.

with L. L. B. 1934. I will be as easy to see then as I am now.

CourteousDignified 3. I will not fail to bring to trial cases that

Commenced practice of 1 lass in Hartsville. should be prosecuted.
4. I am tied to no gangs involved I in n'> I
p' :. South Carolina in 1933 and returned
Learned cl'ques. beholden to no law violators backed
to Vest Palm Beach in 1938 to continue by no one individual or group.

I the practice of law except for 37
Respected 5. When el rted. I shall enter upon th!!
months cf comb-it military rervice.
duties of the office with no entanglements

<- Humane : 0 and in due time. I shall leave office the

0 Tn June 191' honored with election t > same way.

sa Impartial E cbairmin
Com r-l ittt't'. Solicitor' are many and pixaerful In this offKIi

Courageous not only the creates!t sarf"- UaM" the ,'... ,-
pie ha\r. but also lies there* the power t->
t In Oct JT 1910! elected chairmar
Industrious! persecute and d"! troy the 1.amless and inn..
We-t Palm Ketci! Democratic Executivet cent I shall use these prerogative *. t- .,

:immittee.Tn afffruani Hf the people lth 7 w-r. intr .
=. Upright
f"d lobe and not as a mean for w'f' ,'*:"; :TUou

awl the harajurof- of the !Ir.j. 'r.'"';,'g 1
)': ch.11- 17 elected 'by a vote of 1-1 .
: : and bclptf'<
Richard RobbinsIs .
Judge P. ("". \ f .rri-ion.: \\>-t P. lm Beach.Men ..
7 Advocating these pnncp!'' an J r '!..

a irg; to y-ni that they 'al!! l>* rarr...1 '0.1 I..*,.;

: : *r 1'll! :. Le -:lIn. V. F. \\'.. ar.d Y..lr &< t.e s-.rport r.;.w and v. .r v..t on
I -t C ,.:- h. May fth
He It"t'rYour Support : I I
I P.A Adv Paid i fIT bvPage fn"r. ,
il\ud f,' Fnenils of Richard P fV>bbir..">
r by
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, Friday. April 30, 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page ThretBrovard

Visit The Glades DIn

Walter Christine Clark Edenfield of Broward and count/tyrs. 5 Choosing Your County Commissioner
were visitors in the Glades en
Wednesday of this week. Both ara

candidates to the for democratic election as conven delegates Select A Man of Action !

Edenfield is a candidate for I
delegate from the sixth congressional !
district. :Mrs. Clark }is a can-
didate for democratic national
committee woman for the state of !
Florida. Mrs. Clark is the wife of PAUL RARDIN.
Sheriff Walter Clark of BrowaM
county and four years ago rol1(>'1
up an impressive. vote for the D .
same honor.IWHOKKK

Rev. C. A.\ITIST Moberg. pastor CIIKCII of the I Gets Things Done
First Baptist Church of Pahoke, I |
will preach Sunday morning at theI
eleven o'tlork service, on the suoject. I f __
"The Candidate of Candi,. i I 3 Baaa2222S2B:2a: 23! U
dates. Mrs. Moberg will sin
"\\"hat"iU You Do With Je l1s?"
This phase of the worship programwill
be concluded at 11:4;). to mak .
way for the high/: noon wedding of .
Lawrence Cornell and :Miss!' Ruth
Cochran. At the eight o'clock ho if/
at night, the pastor will speak 01.
"It Comes To All Of Us.Th(" Showing Road & Bridge Money Spent In The Glades
choir of young people will sin?, I
with Miss Margaret Powell at the ,. ,.
.I'VV*!**'*******'*** >W WWWWWWWWWVN Mi WS WVW VWWV Ml
ladies trio of the
riano. The young hio

Misses Moberg Bal'haraVilkinson and Margaret. ,Powell Barbara 'I Budget 1942 I Budget 1943 t)

will present a selection.Mr. I Year Year


!D I The Glades Di-trict Received from I ;! Th GIudi District i Kecehed from .:J
the General! INad! and nrid e.J \: the Gonera! Road and 1 I;ride _

"'h# :D fund., . | i; I Fund. . ; Kj

and Mrs. John Burdeshav.;, "
Jr.. of PahoKee announce the birt.i $29,489.59 j | $26,031.19
of a daughter Eleanor Ann. at th_ I t3
Everglades Memorial Hospital on
Tuesday, April 27. j | _._._._._._. . .
v L W WJV. vI

the Mrs.Pahokeo J. F. Colson WSCS. presidnet was recently of I Below Are The Figures Since Rardin Took Over &
honored at handkerchief shower
given by the a Gertrude Shirley _.......,............ #.. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- S
Circle at the home of Mrs. Par-

Hell residents Enecks.of Mr.Pahokee and Mrs.for Colson many Budget Budget 1946 Budget 1947
years are planning to move to th? 19451 |
central part of-the-.state in June. D Year Year Year rI!!

Lorren Le Boggy> Hawkins Here is i what the Glades received Here is what the Glades received Here is i what the Glades received
fr '-'"- r ahokee resident now employed -
with Rardin as your with Rardin as your with Rardin as your
as an airplane mechanic for commissioner . commissioner . .
the Delta Airlines, is recuperatingfrom f; J commissioner. DDD
an appendectomy performed
Su-dav at the Emery Hospital.
:Atlanta Ga. according to word '$60,602.11 $84,730.27 $96,078.16 j
Teresa received Hawkins.hree by his mother. :Mrs. t D | | J

You are justified in keeping a man in office'ho has the interest of the Glades at !0:

D heart. He knows how to get the job done. He works cooperatively with other mem- 0

1 hers of the county hoard, as evidenced by the increases shown each year in the ''a

; amounts allocated to the Glades for roads and bridges.:

70 ''A ;:Equipment; PULL :: ;

For Building Roads In The Glades 17A

; New equipment bought by the county board and asS 16 17

For Continued signed to the (;Hades District during the three year County Commissioner I

Prompt, Efficient, paUIIardh' has been Commissioner totals more than IIIVTKHT Ml. .1V
Courteous '>t. for On i

SERVICE J.Re-Elect ALEX n_3 $ LO OIL 17A

ARNETTEClerk ... J"aul


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page Four The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday April 30. 1943

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Connell CochranMiss I ------ -

Ruth Ellen Cochran. daughter JUDGE
of \V. H. (Ford) Cochran of
Belle Glade will,. become the brim f
of Lawrence Connell son of :M*.
and MrsV.. A. Connell of Canal
Point at the Pahokec First Bap- ED LAKE
tist Church on Sunday. May 2. at
high noon. Vow for the doub
ring ceremony: will be read bv Rev.
Carl A. Moberg- pastor of tbe: ,

church. ...-\.8 YOUR
Mrs. C. A. Mober will sing -I
Love You Truly": and ecauSl'."
accompanied at the piano by Miss _
Peggy Moberg who wall also play -----County Judge
nuptial selections and the trad.-. --- -1

tional wedding marches. I Will Protect The Inheritances O:*
The bride to be given in marriage \ __
by her father will wear. a Widows, Children And Other Heirs j
pale blue crepe dress with whit'accessories .
From Excessive Lawyers Fees And
and a corsage of two I ;
orchids.'She will carry a white Charges \
prayer book with white satin a l
streamers studded with sweetheart f
rosebuds. I II

The bride's matron of honor and Nineteen Years Practice Of Law I'
only attendant will be her sister
Mm H K. Unwin. who will weara Ten Years A Jude

rose crepe dress with navy blue Three Years U. Mar'ne: ; Corps. World Wr II fit .
accessories and an orchid corsage.
Lonny Connell will be his brother :Member American Legion V. F. W. And Elks. :i
's best man. Rodney Connell !
cousin of the bridegroom and Billy
Raul will act as ushers. .
Miss Cochran and Mr. Connellare Hear Judge Lake Pf
both graduates of Pahokec
High School class of 1947. He Is
now engaged in the grocery busi- O\I''ERRII WSWN BELLE GLADE l
::: :*; EFFICIENT !
ness with his father in Canal ).\Y :MONDAY:
Point. c',.-. !.': r
Following a wedding trip to the I tI
riortf'ern part of the state tho (Paid For By Friends t .
couple plan to make their home in
one of the Caudill apartments in -

The first Sunday May is homecoming
day for the First Baptist
Church of Canal Point. Singing
and preaching day and dinner FULLER WARREN
on the ground
Every body welcome.
Rot>'.. business establishment at MAKES THIS COVENANT WITH THE PEOPLE (/

"Boewlle on Canal Point Road
will be closed all day Thursday
May 6, while Mr. and Mrs Olif -* Tlfc, Os.-
Hoe and personnel spend the entire
day in Miami attending a big Fng-
idaire meeting there. A CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM FOR _


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EXPANDED :; ? vw R FLORIDA ;'7L.z rMi /-

CONTMUEDIMPROVEMENT STATE HEALTH "'../- c/rtvs, ti'E ,. :, &% &
I AND WELFARE ._ ,,; + 1p $ & '
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SUPERINTENDENT "WHEN I am your Governor, I will diligently trust and solemn responsibility which has been

OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION devote four years of consecrated service to the
temporarily committed to my keeping by the
people of Florida. I will
ACTOR S RECORD. Jack Sutor energetically apply
Ujia-i a M.Atrn drgrrr loan Duke people of a great and sovereign State. At all
Unlv.r uy. H* has tAught ten the experience I have gained ill public service
years In the school of Florida flueran .
\ the at last Palm three Beach years"Ijh;Sutor ixhoolFor has. In an earnest effort to make your State Government times, I shall earnestly strive to so conduct myself -

.been a In. A the teacher ncm and-paprr an editor bvulnfMBoth he.upportd more of a blessing and less of a burden. that at the end of my term as Governor you
better education. teachers' -
,aarli t and the pn' ram of the I will
(ntlzrn Committee In addition *ibookrd never treat the Office of Governor as my will still trust me as you did on inauguration
.. .
t> ln
prere. improvrr -
,rnt of Fwrstad road* and water personal possession but rather as a sacred day"
control Those wide county interests
d>mon!>trmtf that Jack t>uor ha a
*4ncr interest In .,.ry school ani: "
'.Lard child in Pam Beach County "Furthermore says Fuller Wan en, "when I am your Governor,

(Paid Foil.-.1 AdtertL'etnent) you will be able to talk with me by simply coming to Tallahassee .

or by calling me by long distance telephone. You won't have to


CHILLS ft FEVER I (fo:'hcel ode-peed; few bf frd 0' in.r Worr.,)


[UY l eLI-; ', .> hhhy I WJn With! WA fI1zt1tfi1! ,_: ,

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April 30. 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida" Page F1y'Ir'

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Sutor Is Pleased eludes a Master's degree from Miss Lois Morgan Is Mrs. Fannie Todd -1 l -
Duke University. He also called at- Elect The Man
With His ProspectsIn tention to his ten years of teach Hostess To YWAThe Has Birthday Party
ing in Florida schools. Half of that I YOU KNOWCan

bringing to a close a vigorous: time he taught at Palm Beach Young Woman's Auxiliaryof Mrs Fannie TVd was p'eas3nt- j Do Tile Job For Tow!

ca.a": toccunty sjperirtend- !I High School. .. .. the First Baptist \Voman :Missionary Iv surprised on her birthday atI :.- II

tnt o' r';Mic instruction this weekend Union met at the home of I niversarv_ at. a part zen bv her

that has carried him to every Johnson Sheppard :Miss Loi Morgan on Thursday 10 grandchildren at the home o.I I
no h '."d cra'-n'v: cf the count:; Mr and Mrs Earle P.tts A huge
from Browns Farm to Jupiter'' ir and M-. Hat!j.. Sheppard ('\'toningof last week with :Mrs birthday cake beauti'miI1v de ned .

Inlet. Jack utor declared: ":\tv. I''of Poiok arnrurte the ersrag- FUn Po"e. c airman: presiding; in pinks and white fo-med tae

changes look very pood"': i Tier a!=d '1?'j'oa: :r1!:is; rnarnaj;a th, I..i'.. -sIt certeipi :'>i- tit r,'f-" -1:Tie-*-

lie CO"tin led, I have recei\cil 'of their daher. Miss Harri; was announced that the li cilA table Ar''rvXlmalt'1y! < cue*'
splendid: support m and the public reception 'i fIiz-a.etl: ght"pad to Henry T. \\\' \\ill be represented at tie mere pre=e.,*t.

has been most gratifjin, !I! Johnson! al o of Pa ok("('. Miss \\\'\ hou-e: party at Lake O borne .ae __ I

s I have seen everyone it was humanly -. Sl'epptrd is a r:ember of th -.. ..t" !. April O-.tay :2. h\ ,
NOTE tHO Til:Nr.'I i ia
possibly to send if I have ,.Junior Class at PahoKee Hig Gloria Hen erson. Silrsle Jensen,
wish to take thispportunity
overlooked anyone it is imply because School )Ir. Johnson employe; : i Imogene Spixtj, Barbara Phillips
to thank the many friends who
it was physically: impossible 1 a motion picture operator at the; :and Patsy Batchelor. They will be
were so kind t"> me ilJi;njr my il-
for one man to cover !'o much Prince T"eat'e. Te wedding; is accompanied to the house partV>:r '
ness I am deeply appreciative of
ground.. I I scheduled to take place in :May I:Mrs F. G. Gillis and Mrs C. L. ,
the thoughtfulness shown me. F'.-
In his final statement the educator Shirley. *
the cards and flowers I hall a-
and editor ran over his qua-* I! The Paohkee High School Bard': .\ pr)s:am on *Mission Work in
be thankful.
ificatjons} for the office of superintendent I will furnish the music at the Den- \\'ar-torn Countries" was presented waY ,
:Mrs C. C. Cruthird.
of public instruction. ocratic Rally in the high scho::1 by Miss Jensen. Miss Morganwas

He cited his training whch in- auditorium tonight. assisted in the serving of refreshments --- -
Friends of
to the 18 members
present b\' her mother Mrs. A. i:. MOWOT FOLKS Coottitiitioiial Government

Morgan / CERTAINLY Will Return


J t- For L. Grady Burton FLORIDA VOTE "

Candidate For

Attorney GeneralA has a GREAT future Vote In May ; Vote For Coy
[Paid Political Advertisement

capable and experienced lawyer with -with
an outstanding record of public service I C')



Governor i'
I as 't\ .F

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From where I sit ... z j Joe Marsh, ( h fN ,t.

t\Ji .J.
... _. .".rr.. ,
Sam's Hens .vnyb: -:? < y o T !CR
:: ,'- 1ti _'
f .... J"I / '

,D Wear Spectacles! ;1) :... A lit
11 t7 \\I

Yes. it's a fact! Sam's brood of do so much of the time, we'd lire I 'r .. "K' .- ,

two dozen hens" are wearing 'pt'Cand let lice in contentment. )- ,"-1'' _"1 oi1

tacle-.-which he. bought from a From where I sit, the human i J : !P t.

mail-order house in Capitol City race wastes a powerful lot of time I ... v- t?. ,x "'t..>: Ii

Sam says it works (and big in wrangling over minor issues... i k'

poultry raisers say so, too). The whether a man should drink beer I ::
hens see each other through soft or cider...whether a woman should cove EngrsS ko the rare ucHty or I, .m. MAYO
colored glasses, and instead of wear slacks or skirts..instead of v;':or true leadership and 28 yeas of 1
Mcceuful experience in public I attain. -YOUR-
fighting and picking at each other seeing each other through "spec I \

they go around placidly, gain tacles" of tolerance that enable ; Colin Erg tth is a man of act on", \5'1 Commissionerof

weight and lay more eggs. us to hve-and-let-live like Sam's : with great capacity for getting AgricultureQUALIFIED
worthwhile done. promptly' and
Makes me almost wish we could brood of chickens.Comnght. 1 .H,c ent'y! for the people' of Florida I \

roan j At Governor of Florida Col:. .
English will continue to select and
quarreling and criticizing!, like we V I II .pp&ntthebesttrained men and women I t ,1 2S Years of Faithful Servicein
I for each particular job to be done in Helping to Develop
serving the State and its people P Florid AgricultureDon't
United States Brewers FounJau : f. a -
.1948. C-. Substitute '"..pc cllC.

... : ; j for E.pcrie"c.RtMEMBERHFLORIDA.
-- With Colin Englishas 1

Governor---- GROWS WITH MAYO'
Cast Your Vote for Him
DemocratsThe Florida will continue to have the Candidate for Ma,4
Loyal finest public school program is '
he country providing: equal 'I .NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC { (Paid Political Ad"."
opportunity for every child to hove EXICimVE COMMITTEEMAN
following Delegates to National
a good education; i
- -
Democratic Convention are for State Rights Florida's natural resource wiH be
developed. and preserved

and are Uninstructed and Unpledged I for

Florida will have '''pH.highwoys

They Favor Eisenhower for President and to-morkef improved roods and ponded fore* DELEGATETo

UN1NSTRUCTED Florida wall hove .ed.cal: ...d
I d.n'oIlC"1s to serve its a",'....
Florida will have adequate hospitals
( for 8 Men and 8 Women) oed a public health program *. I! .
Men P'omen serve the needs of oil the people
W1UJ4M V. ALBURY MRS. AOE BRE1GM Florida will hove All the)other fin*
IIOLME t- ALLEN RTIF E. BROWN and useful things for which Colin

ROBERT n. ANDERSON II4IJ.IE M. "' :>CM4R4RFT English stands and has set tortii m
..iuo..pr.h.JJ point: _

Jon, F. !MvrniiwIIFMO .S MRx JOHN PI.C.ll Flor.do wiU how All these things
w..hovr the bvrd.. of .
: C. TILLMIN FDNPFR( fIK : Convention
J. IR"Il.In:. :II.K C. T\IJ
1..*..........' toe ......-.. WIlI JOF TFfRM\N W;M Colin E.I.... os Governor
UR"t.N TFPIIFN iTO' >F JR. Flordo w.tl hose fair y..." of goo .
p'oweu.f4"oci. end rconowncaloooromvnt 6TH DISTRICT-
l(1'(;Ill: lnI.. ni' Tn Ie:r; ...d.r tK. I.ad.p o*
-- o man tested and proitd '0 "'0'. (Uninstructed
First l i.lnrl-I'ate for I "!., end I D om.i< go.rs.t )
T. II. lllr1CllIN.ON. and MR*. J. HUHItitlnrt \\1"1:' F
,..., .. __
- - wA Cut; 'Ol.h e.C '.
:wand -t'itle for I Wan and I 9 rmiara Fkwida HAS a 3'rat future ELECT
7\<'I1 II. nOU.Iss: and \I\IM.I: O. U" Mill

-Third Ififltlft- .itf-fear I Nan-and I b omen -- .

nu F MttO\: and ;lt\( U: r. \"UMORrfottrlh : 1' C. H. WARWICK J
-- I
l)i.ri.-.ttf for I Van and I U omen I : :

rllomb. (T..m} IFRCI"Sand \1 \JUt: I- 1i41IL--OIRS.i'11k -- -.) I I Lawyer Civic Leader i -L r'D '
"ioli-- for I Man and I B omen I Tbr IN-morratie part needs General rnbtmrr and
Ion'ta J. PKr...4 OlT and I Ol l-l: R". ?Mr4.r.Fr.l I he should be drifted II. mold not rrfw he nominationif
rt ___ -- br wrrr drafU-d. and I favor drafting htm" I
darkiurirt Dote I Wain and I B omen I
C. n. n.\R\\If K JR.
I:II .. J \:>t: tM r:"> .
UtLK> II. UK lK.JrU and j At Ik. M3? 4m Ds+oaa'c rmo..s ,.. .
a rtFriday. rot.wo
doe tar b* a.time...Cot...tee..... I


Page Six .
The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida
Friday." April 3., _HU_ __
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenterhave MEN'S BIBLE CLASS
from I at 9:45 n Baptist Fellowship Hallon :Miss Helen Howes has returned !
returned a visit vita Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peek have
The attendance of the Pahokee Bacon Point Road. ,
Rev. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle in Men's Bible Class last sing.. quartetwill from" a visit with her sister. Niss, moved to West Palm Beach whe..
Bradenton. 1 Sunday Nell" Howes student of Florida Mr. Peek
showed a marked increase. New,, . State was recently transferred -
'I University Tallahassee and as an employe: of the Florida
members continue to :Mrs. Gladys :
increase the Harrington. Mrs.' with her
brother Thomas Howes, Power and
-. enrollment which goal is two hun- Pearl Hamilton Mrs. Eleanor student at the ; CompanyLeon
University of Florida ..
VOTE FOR dred. Another fine group is ex- Holden. Mrs. Lucille Belk. Mrs. Gainesville.O. -
pected to be present 'this Sunday Emma Shirley and D. W. Young, . I Kistner and daughter
to hear the teacher. Rev. C. A. members of the Pahokee Chapter. Leslie have returned to Bridgeport
CHRISTINEEDENFIELD Moberg discuss one of his favorit3 Order of Eastern Star, will go to B. McClure and A. J. Lude- I Conn., after a visit here with
Bible characters Nehemiah. Two Moore Haven this evening to act man served on a federal court jury I 1 I his wife's pannts.Ir.. and Mrs.
Sundays have been set aside by the as officers in the school of instruction in Miami the past week. I|I H. J. Anderson.

lesson authorities for the consider- for District 18 being con- .- -
ation of the Book of Nehemian. ducted in that city. -
What caused this strong man t> --.

weep? What has happened to tht I Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes has as I ABLE
society of this day that it can dismiss .I guests this week her nephew ani ELECT
the burdens of life withojt i(niece. Mr. and Mrs Frank Lop':" I
the shedding of the tear of Madison Fla.
I .special-I j I . -
ly as concerning the Egbert Beall!!

foul? Yes, Xenemiah wept. A mo i I Mrs. W. H Vann and Mrs. Thad'J
cordial invitation is extended to all Whidden have returned from a two
unaffiliated men and visitors to weeks' stay at the Vann summer State Senator F
attend this class Sunday morning home in Henderson\. N. C.

.- --- Veteran
World Wars ,

1- I and II

I Vote Right For BoatBOATRSGHT Listen Saturday May 1 -\

\VSWM-G:13P.; M.WWPC .

k'H Ii :ii; P. M. i

Delegate to National Democratic Listen Monday May ;3WSWM .. ',1
Convention. Sixth CongressionalDistrict ,'"
FOR 12:15; P. MWIRK 71 ... "', ;
1:2;. ; t"LijI
I>efmilil.v' ('.mmitted to administrative :0P. M. : ,
change and oppose interference Chief of Police I \\.\\.PG 7:50 P. M.WJXO }\, sh ::,..:s:'''1 !;

wit h scverign !otat..'-* 10:.)0 P.I.. 'iJ"W ,,:, .' :'\ ..., J
rights.Vninstrueteil. PAHOKEE ilt,.:.JfA '.x.... . '

and would consider (Pd.. for by friend S I X eEl: !

Eisenhower or some other goo-l I.-- ...
man. . -.- ;-= = 1'r

State Committee Woman froit

Ilrard ('ouot for rij"htnl.n..

101KOTK; AND M'I'I'OKl: "-- i "

\VHL BE .11'I'It E('(.TEn I !PirKKEX: has YOUTH I 'vg-s. ',$,'
-- B..n-n in north Florida 37 years ago He has been a Palm Beach County resident since> 1916 H? ',_ >
moved to PAIIOKEE with his family in 1916 wt-ere h* attended school. a a r t


He has the tried and proven ability of successfully holding posts on CITY, COUNTY, STATE an.l i t S
FEDERAL law enforcements agt'ncies.I'ICKREX j. tro L: 1
Prince TheatrePahokee

. has EXPERIENCE # f 1

FloridaSundayMonday Since chool days Emry C. Pickren has devoted his full time to improving and increasing his know'r
ledge of law enforcement criminal detection method and: techniques: to this end he has worked on
and for CITY, COUNTY STATE AND FEDEitAL agencies in order to have a complete ami
VARIED background of experience.


May 2-3 While serving with the Department of Justice he attended' and graduated from two FBI schools in:
law enforcement and criminal investigation.

"DARKPASSAGE" He served as city police officer for the City of Delray Beach for tvo years and so understands
thoroughly the problems of City law enforcement. He will therefore be able to give Palm Beac'
County a Sheriffs Department that will work with and assist the local law enforcement official
to the fullest extent. "


starringHumphrey He his served as deputy under two Sheriffs of Palm Beach County ar i so understands the responsibilities and duties of fit
henfls Deft. fully. With over five years experience in this type of \v vk *e is hilly qualified to give you a sheriffs departmentthat
Bogart is modern efficient and effective.

Lauren Bacall
Hmiy C. Pickten M'AI': '! special> investigator for the SAL UK im. This service rives him a close working knowledge of State law Enfojcei.inet problems


As deputy U. S. marshal Emiv C Pickren for four years worker in "'I.t >",. t cooperation with all law enforcement agencies of t.:..
UNKLE: HANK:.SEZOr :t' t"ral government Ho gained expennce and knowledge in this IHM-:'ion that cannot tit' duplicate elsewhere.

SP"G LVvNSEROUSCHEMICALS : PICKREN PLEDGES: A sheriffs department! open and on duty 21 hour a fray: Every day and XKJHTThrt "

: -.UC7UOR AND >cu will be aisle to reach your Sheriffs department at :;r.y hour by calling 8113; West Palm Reach That it l btsary

GASOLINE. VS/VILN COM IN- nnt''c:: : to try and locate your Sheriff at home or elsewhere at any hour in car-e of neetl.

lOTVt'MCST 1--\ 1 OSAOLVCAN THINK' PICKREN PLEDGES A moiern. Efficient Sheriffs department that will J be improve and trained con-

fT I.:, .'"'. o-r: ,.tantI to keep pace with the ever changing and mcre:>:- inj rttitiircments of Palm Reach County
<: '\ J'C
'\; ';' ,.- :.,. .> ..!'; PICKREN PLEDGES: A modern Complete! Fingerprint and ItVntificati"n bureau under the direction <.I

t' ; ; <:t a graduate of the National Police Academy, conducted by tie FBI in \\Vashmrton. :
'" ':\..\..... J'
rt' ...'-"J." \#'",', r f"c'- ,. I PICKREN PLEDGES: All Palm leach County men Each tra.m-d in modtrn crime prevention ant:

("t -.J- '- : .rinnnil I detection methods and technique A courteous, progressive law enforcement department Palm Heath:

," .-- ?\c'J" t'I't'I'I County can lie proud of.

... all the time!
t.rY _
.../....... .....J.... ./ : ; _ - - --- - - -r _

There, are too many good;: cao'l "
the market (\'rOl.l to be \lnapj ELECT

>oirteJ when buying:! the first

new tar V\I.I'V.h.lt d in vearhv ...,
\\- not visit our showroom at

;j ur first t'ppt>rtumtv. Ste the II Emry C. PickrenTIIF

great new" IVvSpe take" in .
t'e' new' lines thrill at the
'urmr.g interior and learn all I

about it. new" r-or epowe. II I I :MAN: BEST QUALIFIED FORSheriff






April 30, 1948 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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Junior Girls In a picture; of Christ lighted with The colors green and gold and :Mrs. H. \\'. Thorp of New York I I Basil Todd has received in
I burning tapers was a feature of white were carried out with the and son. Horace Thorp of Chicago, I honorable discharge and has returned -
Unusual ServiceThe ,the service. flowers and candles. Ill. are guests this week of her to the home of his parents.
The Queens Stella Sue Barnes Mrs. Ralph Grimes Girls Auxiliary brother-in-law and sister Mr. and ,, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Todd. in Paho
Coronation Service of the and Carol Carpenter and their attendants Counselor was in charge of Mrs. E. L. Pope on Bacom Point kee after serving two years in tan:

Junior Girls Auxiliary, of the First were on an elevated plat- the Coronation Service. The Pageboys Road. .Navy.R. .
Baptist Church of Pahokee JSur.day form banked with fern. Raster Lol table was decorated vita - .. I I - .

night was a very impressive lies palms and candleabra. Above spring flowers carrying out the Mrs H. T. Monroe returned ths F. Chastain of Atlanta. Ga..
and beautiful one. Y. Vv"I.. : the throne chairs were silver letters G. A. colors. The plates and nap- week from a lodaysit with her has arrived in Pahokee for a visit
,irl" \V re ti=heis. The service was: "Shining Stars" that were kins were white with a green nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. with his brother-in-law and sister
candlelight: ; an altar centered with illuminated by a lighter star, border and gold monogram "Jr. Elvis Adams \Vauchula.!\. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pope.
the open Bible above which huns I which is the name of the Auxiliary. G. A.**. Green and gold and white
"' ""iVi 1 :;es some filled with! -

) chicken saad and some with: ,'F*** ae>sa>es ar,i e'cned: cheese were served. Two y Y f f f .
: cp o+ kinds of cookies and pastel color- wJOHN : :
'0 candies and green and gOld : D. ROGERS :,
punch were served also. The Intermediate "
TO VOTE > .. { C
Girls Auxiliary served behind .
the table.Sunday -e:,. 'Y. Will Sincel'clor' :

May 4th. Primary --- s:s 1f': s .,
:< A
School Is 4.,. .;;;. ".:' Appreciate Your ".to
Over Its Set Goal .:. : Vote & Support .. .

ReElectYOUR :.\.' CSi ,
Well over of its 125.goal the of Canal an averageattendance Point :: In His Race For .:.

into Methodist the second Sunday and School probably swings la<5* I'i':: MAYORs: :

CountySolicitor : month of its fine Class Contest bi .
with, the Junior Boys Class taughtby
Mary Helen Hooks still out !n :. $
tl first place but closely followed by Of
Bill Johnson's Young People'sClass
t e ; ,
which .!'v pt over all other J s f

t W. E. (Earl) ROEBUCK Sunday.opposition Tied with and 19 battling present for third last + vwwr vV

place are the Men's Bible Class: and <:: M..' .:.
A Vote for "ROEPUCK" i is not only o Vote for "PAT REESE; the Junior Girls. : MAY 4. 1948 .:aa
Attendance last Sunday was 131. -
as Ar-istart Solicitor, But also for You the people of PalmEcach week spaY
two short of the previous ..
County. due largely to the absence of manyof I { t ss

our Primary children. We hop < & . s.s'.s as os ss as st"as"Issas e
C Pol. Ad Paid for by Friends of W. E. Roebuck t to go over the top next Sunday I 4 .is._.>sss. ._.ssa._._Y as f ss.a t Y Y ss f Y Y Y f 7 Y f 4GDrF

- setting a new all-time record. Only' I I
four times in the history of Canal
Point Methodism has our Sunday r :
I School had more than 130: Faster !
I 1911ith 134; Easter 194S with
weeks and last we::
Re-Elect The ManYou 135: two ago
1 with 133 and 131. k g
Young Married Fellowship wi'I D
have a rib barbecue at the home of : SINCERECAPABLEELECT MAN
: Know Is Most Qualified By Actual the Joe Parkers on Friday. May 8. D k Q
Ho ts.m be the Parkers and the
i I Experience As Your Ii IiSHERIFF Earl Maxsons. All members arerequested : k
to make reservation' is k

I soon as. R.possible.Mrs. E. Barnes-... has returnedto b k

Swamsboro. Ga.. after a vist, : k CLEMENTS I ID

i I of with daughter-in-law.Pahokee.her son. Wallace!Mrs.! Barnes Ed Barnr and k

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II III -e- I Classified Ads Q

A :. Q
!SEPTIC tanks and grease traps D EXPERIENCED Q
cleaned and repairt'd.Phone :
387:!. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. Ml7c I QI
FOIL S \I.K: New a.i;; used Willys'
Jeep' Walter Ashley Garage in IiJ I .
HonestY Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllca I PROGRESSIVE I (
FOR SAU: 1936 Pontiac roadster :
Qualified new paint in good condition RESIDENT OF PALM a.D g

with $75 radio $375. see ; IiJ I IJEAC1I COUNTYPLEASE
Harry Waldschlager or call 40Q2 ,
Experienced Pahokee. IIiJr1

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guernsey. holsteins. heifer
r.r.I PULL
calves from one day to a week old.
$10 up. See H. G. McGouirk. Pa-
bokee. A16ca LEVER 13B

HOURS FAY! A! X'iatt'i1.1
I outstanding cosmetic firm. Excellent It i i.-s my sincere desire- to gee that the people of Palm
I financial opportunity as consultant Beach County pet the high type of I.aw Enforcement -

ALREADY KNOW HIS qualifications '; in Glades Area. Barbara to which they are entitled. Personnel trained
1 : 1 Gault South Florida not only in law enforcement but in PuMic} Relation?

are outstanding 'M'MI ;! tive will be in Pahokee rt"prt""t"ntP.-1 as well is necersary to accomplish this end. All 1 JK.T.nnel -
Saturday. April 23 and :-. in YOUR Sheriffs department will IK saD
view. For appointment Phone Pa-
.I HIS conduct of office is un-influenced i''I hokee 4641. 2tc.lWANTED trained.

''I, by politicians. ::1:1I : : $5OWV worth of used' Your elected! Sheriff serve you for four ).ear-;. Consider -
I II cars and trucks. Top cash!: prie well the man who will J c protecting your life
Christian' Chevrolet, Telephone and for the next: four years. Vote for a
;:: liE has I kept the faith and he will keep C93._Pahokee. stA23cr.TOR : :>imere property man who will consider: his duty as sacred.
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the faith with i\I.E: Holland celery _t-
::1 you. ters. complete: Land levellers.praver 0 Your Lute and support! for J. I). ChmenUhal|

::1 .. SIT-inch seed' bed pump- I fiJ he appreciated.
I: You Can Vote for Kirk Four-irrh pumps for sure ra>'-
I'' I and 1 500 ft pipe- Two-inch
I I pumps. Or. -mch pumps! Field YOUR NEXT
With ConfidenceKIRK I boxes. they wagon Wheel
wajfon, A franvj Seed bed rov-
,ers. Fertilizer Spreaders. Si.r>. I
; Enforces All, Laws Fairly : !lootler!*. Mole drain machine Fvinrh SHERIFFSubject D
I .. '
Fairbanks,, Or.tr.f ?:>
And Impartially.
;. pump. Call HULL PACKIN'= Q
I'' 2751 PAHOKKKAprlScI
1 19} Years Law Enforcement Has Qualified :: !
Will Of The "otersFriday
Him For The Joh. I 1'1)1.tLE.foot deluxe mOoi' Subject

!' I Hotpmr.t *l..rtnc 1T1jZ'.nat-. :
... 4051 afd t +r by F rterd+
Kirk_ I' t u' -d four rr.or.th Piiore M/I.
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fgbt The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday April 30.194S
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Church Budget Is are several yet to be heard from Sunday School will find a most
and this may change things com- cordial welcome.
Fully UnderwrittenThe pletely. "Come and be thou with us and SEAT COVERSWE rtl
Appreciation was expressed to we will do Thee good.. "
Loyalty Dinners this week : all those making the dinners possible -- FIT ANY CAR
at the First Methodist Church and to all those attending. OES MEETING
and to Rev. L. F. Vanderwater Members of the Pahokee OES $13.95 to $55.00
were an outstanding success the
Belle Glade for his fine and deeply are cordially invited to attend a
Rev. C. T. Howes said yesterday.The
dinner in honor of Mrs. Emma
practical and spiritual message. It
dinners were well attendedand f fPAUL'S .
is expected that the Loyalty Din- Saunders. assistant grand conductress I
accomplished their twin goalsct .ners will now become an annual at Fort Pierce on May 8. i
and finance. When ( SERVICE STATION
affair. Complete reports of the Those desiring to make the trip 1\
the members who were unable to '
weeks activities will be given next: should get in touch with Mrs. John \
attend are heard from the budget Sunday in the Bulletin. A. Dulany in Pahokee. CANAL POINT, FLORIDA-
_ of the church will be completely -a- -- I
underwritten. This is the first I Next Sunday at the Morning I
Mr. and Mrs. M.\ I. Keen haveas
time in the history of the churen ;hour of worship the congregationof
a bouse guest P. R. Wipl cf
the budget has been subscribed the First Methodist\ Church
prior to the beginning of the fis- will observe the Sacrament of Thj Maryland. PATRONIZE ADVERTISERS
cal year. May 1. Holy Communion with the Pasto-
The Tuesday night group under bringing the communion medita-
the leadership of Commander Jack tion "Abiding in Christ". The ' .1/
Spencer underwrote a slightly Evening Hour will feature the I.
larger amount than their Wednesday Youth Choir under the directionof ",. .
night rivals under Commanrt- Mr .R. O. Lampi. with the Pa"t- ..' ,.
Marshall Lair. However ther or bringing the message using th> LJ

........... ----------_..........- Theme "Fishers of Men." .... .ol
The Sunday School last S'indav / \ \ /
witnessed another lame attendane: :' \\ ..\. ../
and it is confidently \" .. ; ."
in department .
every ,.,." )
Frank Q'Connel
expected that next Sunday ; \1. \ m11.
witne.w ;
and Mother's Dav will
New Phone Number two of the largest! attendances in \ n \ D ( "' e l\

the history of the church. Eve-v ...../ (/ t ft'tJ TO 9 .,
boy and pil. very man and woman
every young man and you"': 1
wo:.ian. not affiliated Wth a-r-

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April 30 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Nine
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l Coral Gables Man !1 HEAVY SHIPMENTS ----- -

!I To Study DiplomacyCORAL JACKSONVILLE Florida

I. J. Frasure Jr. GABLES Edwin RColhngan. .. ments State Markets last week.report Tomato heavy ship ship- Some Men Spend
I Coral Gables residentfor ments reached heavy volume at
f 1 the past three years has ben: several of the production centers. Years Running For
selected by the State Department Fort Pierce reported handling;
I Announces His !i iII for training as a United States i 40.000 crates and Wauchula mov- The Governor's
diplomat. ing 8024 in a single day, accord-
II Candidacy For Ii IiI When he received the appointment ing to reports to Florida State
III Colligan was a student at Markets.
I I.il I.. Riddle I n t e r-American College Carlot shipments of eggplants
specializing in political science. He continued during the week from
men spend a lifetime in
City Council is now enrolled in the Foreign the Gulf Coast and inland area
il Service School Washington.. served by the Fort Myers State building.
He Farmers :Market.: Similar
was formerly an Eastern reports
Building successful bus-
(Group One) Airlines pilot stationed in Miami. were made from other parts of the
During the war he served as a state. Plant City reported decidely inesses.
captain in the American Air increased volume of shipments.
Helping their state to growand
: Forces having had prior service -
with the RAF. He came to Miami Consumption of rubber in the: prosper.
I I III from Port Henry. Xew York. United Stater in 1943 is expectedto
. Which man do we want for
I be about 16 per cent below the
An underwater movie short entitled figure for 1947 but 44 percent Governor
Your Consideration AppreciatedFair
"An Underwater Play- higher than in the peak pre-war
A man who spends years in
II ground" has just been completedat year of 1940. John L. Collyer. president -
Honest Progressive I \Veekiwachee Springs and will of the B. F. Goodrich Company running,
I be shown at theatres throughoutthe said in his report to stock! Or a man who !'per.dsears in
nation. holders.
I planning and buildingr :


: . . :
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We're constantly improving ilLSenator

: :
your service. .


Spending $85,000,000 to .

W. A.

expand our facilities. . l'I'1'

(Bill) SHANDSThe

II successful planner

Paying i The successful builder
the highest operating -
Can be trusted to keep his
pledge and promises.

costs history. . lie has DEMONSTRATEDand

. .and still selling you A RECORD TO There is no substitutefor

I j proof.

electricity There is no substitutefor

(IIEIll truth.Performance.

. than promises.is better

Bill Shands has been tried and
proven. lie seeks your vote on
the basis of promises Kept
and Pledges fulfilled.

Elect a Builder,

.- &, Not a Runner.


Join Hands

With ShandsAnd


7",. lilt ,,," Florida's NextGovernor

_..II. '. ..J IH/ **r t**9ty $1"09 i* Jfan*MO.

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Paid for by rn.nddFriday

Page Ten The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday,April 30, 19i
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Candidate Takes :NATIONAL MACON, GA.GUARD- Plans for the .. : )..).$M>-: : :_:_:_: :H: : :_: : ,: 4:_: $48Office *&..-

Wife; Makes News Summer encampment of the 48ta: :, .
Infantry Division, Georgia-Florida! .* Machine Headquarters I*.
MIAMI BEACH-Bernarr Mac- National Guard were made at a *J. Under,'ood Typewriters **.
fadden, candidate for Governor, conference of staff officers with .*. Sundstrand Adding Machine .*?
timed his marriage to Jonnie Lee Major General Henry D. Russell, *, .*. Merchant Calculating Machines J I..
of New York just right to crash Commander. The division: will trainat JL A. B- Dick Mimeographs ST
front pages of state papers a week Fort Jackson, S. c.. July 18-31. Elliott Addresso Graphs %*
before the election. Present at the conference were thassistant .. *f F & E Check Writers .;-
Pictures of Macfadden division commander,
dancingWith .A..
his bride at Miami Beacn Brig. Gen.Joseph C. Hutchison of VOTE WORK FORxlBernarr X, HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. S'
were released by the Associated Sanford and his staff, along with Macfadden *. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach XM .
Press and most daily papers fea- regimental and battalion com- ALL FLORIDA .
tured the picture their Sunday manders from both...states. rn.n- and Prosperity Propaa .,ysss.>ssasasssf. . : : : :.<_: :_:_:_:_:_: :_:_:_:. ,...
issues this week.Although .
discounted observers ----- --- ---
by Still Looking For .
- -- -- --
and pollsters Macfadden
knows how ton votes and influence Meatier Chicken
voters. He has drawn larger I
crowds to his rallies than have JACKSONVILLE Florida's I A GOOD JOB WELL DONE DESERVES ANOTHER I :
most other candidates and can *>e poultrymcn are continuing their
counted on to poll a good vote. search for a superior meat-tyo
-.- chicken with a 1948 Chicken-of-
CREWS THINKS HE IS Tomorrow contest, which started
-- P. Guy The new contest follows up the I ALTMAN MORGANWILL
Crews Jacksonville &ttorn.. .. I splendid progress made by Florid i
member of the legislature and can i Poultrymen in their 1946 and 1917
didate for the office of Attorney.contests, sponsored by A & P Fool
General of Florida, checked re- Stores when they competed fo"
ports from all over the state this awards of S7.000 against outstanding APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE
weekend and predicted he would behigh breeders throughout the coun
i man when the votes were try.This AND SUPPORT FOR : I
counted following the May 4 elec year's contest, as outlinedby
State Chairman N. R. Mehrhof.
tion.Crews, a hard campaigner, has will run for 12 weeks. On June 21 i
personally covered every countyin competing flocks will be sent to a ;
the state'and counts on the: central dressing plant. Birds Will CHIEF OF POLICEIN
support of strong political connec- be judged for hatchability morta-!
tions to put him over the top. "I ity. feathering, feed consumption.rate I
have never been defeated in a political of growth and body conform-
race and I don't expect toN ation.
> this time;* he said.
-.. Speaking at the Variety Inter-
A strike cf 750 workers at thi national Convention in Miami last I
big: International Minerals & week. Harold E. Stassen stated i
Chemical Corporation at Mulberrywas that there were "many indicationsof Tuesday May 4 1948
averted recently when union" rising Republican strength in ,
members and phosphate company the South, especially among lead
officials on a wage schedule. ers in business and education."

-- -- --- 2 Years Pahokee Chief of Police r

, !

4 Years Palm Beach Sheriff.
I VOTE FOR County Deputy !




: PORT OF PALM i(- -I Ii

I Ii :....s.v.ss.ss.,ss,ss!,asfss, .,ss.ac.'ss A.ss A.ss A.ss.:x....#:.:.i,.t.,. ! : BEACH COMMISSIONSUB. I I sus, .:. 1
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. . . ,.,4:. TO HOLD THE OFFICE OF .:.
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:::: In Pahokee :: ::

R. S. Douthit Jr. ... CONSTABLE _.\M: >-- 4._

:.... Canal Point :::

Hereby Announces His :'... ..,
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For .:. I I II.
Candidacy .
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City CouncilGROI't' I *.f:. Q ua I.f.Ie d.:.:

( :2)) ; :: By Experience

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April 30. 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Eleven

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Researchers Visit at Quincy Monday had a look at I ants were present from Alabama, --- - -r rI

I the station and the cigar industry Arkansas. Georgia. Kentucky.-I I
. Many Florida Points and left for Gainesville where Louisiana. Mississippi North Carolina RE-ELECT
I they remained until Wednesday. Oklahoma South Carolina. i
GAINESVILLE About 50 directors Wednesday afternoon they' Tennessee Texas and Virginia. JOHN R. BEACHAM ;
and assistant directors of visited Silver Springs and the ...

agricultural experiment stations in phosphate mines of Polk County. Pascal Reese Is I
included the U. S.
13 Southern states together with Later visits
representatives of the USDA re- Citrus Products laboratory the New Legion Head !
gional research laboratory in New Florida Citrus Experiment Station a State i
Orleans and chiefs of bureaus in Beauchamp's Ranch Bok Tower PANAMA CITY The Florida
the U. S. Department of Agriculture and Cypress Gardens. Department of the American Legion
i iP..L'I
Washington have been Later visits included the range and Auxiliary ended its con- Senator
spending this week in Florida. cattle station at Ona the plantation vention here with the election an'i
Harold Mowry director of the and sugar mill of the U. S.' installation of new officers and x'
Florida Agricultural Experiment Sugar Corporation at Clewiston picking Sarasota as the 1949 con- l
Station outlined an itinerary and' and the Everglades station at'' vention city. The Legion elected
program for the visitors whici Belle Glade. A trip to the subtropical Pascal Reese of West Palm Beach, President of
took them from Quincy to Homestead station at Homestead concluded department commander succeed-
and gave them a quick look the session. ing Frank Caton of Port Orange. the State Senate
at research! work under way in the Dr. R. A. McGinty, vice-director: Other officers are EL Meade
state as well as at citrus and other of hte South Carolina station is Wilson Mulberry, national executive -
industries.The I president of the organization of committeeman; Arthur R Ardent Supporterof
group assembled at thi Southern experiment station di; Boring Plant City: ,alternate; Walter -
North Florida Experiment Station I rectors. Other directors: and assist- Gaylord. Jacksonville, historian; Water Control
1 Maxwell W. Wells. Orlando judge
I::1 advocate; the Rev. D. C. Mallory. Plan
I Jacksonville chaplain; and Eddie
I 1F.i Humer. Miami j. serpeant-at-
I II arms. Wilson and Humer were re-
'\\E. THE FRItxn.XD VOTERSIIO >elected.I "There Is No Substitute For

,i I named Four in area place commanders of department were vic Experience In The Senate"
E. W. SCRAMLINFOR I commanders abolished by this con-
vention. They were John Stringer.
I Cd Panama City West: Frank1.. Democratic Primary May 4,1948
lson. Jacksonville North: Frank

f II SUPERVISOR OFREGISTRATION \\l! :::1 Falsone Cooper Tampa Miami Central Beach; and South.Harry A ,- --.


!I u both of Sanford. were reappoints -
; ,, adjuant and assistant adjuant.The .
:;i K-Iie\o our candidate, if given an 111 :i\ auxiliary elected Mrs. A. .T. FOR UfI>RO'.fnXTIX

'I'I+ rffioe.lie opporutmty. will serve us sell in It''!'! McDonald of St. Petersburg, department a x OUR SCHOOLS

I Iil president to succeed KIX-t
Mrs. Jane Fleetwood of Talla-
il is well qualified--over 20 year :
I V.- " }" ot office! experience, a resident and property owner for
23 of Ku }I' ;years. ,
i I II I for the southern division installed McCAMPBELLSuperintendent
I'I} He is Honest and Corrtecus' has dealt with the public for : Mrs. Fleetwood is executive corn- ta
I: the past 13 years without complaint. I IIi mitteewoman.A .

Ii He pledges strict Attention to the office of Registration and ; -....
+I will endeavor to improve methods and service at all times. I:;i, total of 22.000.000 tons o! of Schools

II Did you know that we have a registration of only approximately II rat*>r will flow from U. R. :Mill p E'fN'ripnf't'ddmlni..trator
I 32.000 out of a population of over 112.000 while Bro.vard it II III this year savs SKF Industries. a ;, Ksperienofxl rxliicator
County has approximately 23,000 registrations from a Inc.. in reporting the use of bill 9 Property O\\ner
population of about 50.412.Ve believe our figure can and 'I bearings and roller bearings now
should be increased if of . . 0 Taxpajer
I you are the same' belief i used by paper manufacttirers.The gv/ ib 0 Parent
.. .
i 'i lioness A Sincere
I I International Minerals & Understanding
I W. SCRAMLIN ;, Chemicla Corporation of Bartovr
opened its new 11000.000 Nor- DEMOCRATIC PRIMARVMAY
alyn Phosphate mine near that 4
L, (Paid for by Friends
city last week. '
( Paid Political Adv.)


Want a Change? -
7e : WilliAMSrI.OIIDA

f* aot for all tier people
RAILROAD IT'S TIME of Palm Brarh County -

w = not for any one indUhluaJ.



: 7f 4e +*t tmfuntaxt t* you
"1 Has voluntarily based his candidacy upon his record in office. This }
: : *- RAILROAD SERVICE I welcome. His record will be presented during my public appear ,1ls
: TELEPHONE SERVICE ances sr the near future. \Ve shall t"ke a look at his record in of- 4 i
'a a rice r.nc. then you may be the judge of his desire tu perpetuate "
,: 't l hmsclf that office.I - -
f ae r
5 That I nm rot running on the merits or dements of any other peions. :
!' I "m offering for this office because of t<-h,>f in my ability
PUT MACK BACKH to serve t e citizens of Palm Beach County. .d

r rf* .wiH Ut.HONESTLY.!'>... rYicn.. EFFICIENT(.r YOU'


I Paid Political Adv>


I "

I Ii i : ." Years Experience in School VOTE FORHOWELL
. .
in EducationalAdministration
Administration Qualified
i !

I b e y o n d

; !."> Year Principal Palm! Beach
I WATKINS the requirements of the
: II" h School

law for the Office i of

Ii j I 10 Years upenisin,: Principal 1
County Superintendent.

j 1 Fort M>ers City Schools ;, For Superintendent of Public Instruction


Will cooperate with all school personnel and school departments for equal educational opportunity for ..11Friday

Page Twelve The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. April 30.194S
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Position Open At post office. The basic rate of ; ART DEPARTMENT and art were established in 1923 the farm and plans to personally
for substitutes is $1.04. an hour. I and 1929, respectively, with the visit the local laboratory early
Pahokee Post OfficeU. --
GAINESVILLE Reorganization director'of the school of architecture next month.
LUMBER :MEET I of the University of Florida's I and allied arts serving also as Dickman is chairman of the prepackaging
S. Civil Service Commission MOUNT DORA A combined departments of architecture and department head.
council of the FloridaGrowers
announces an open competitive examination meeting of the Daytona: Beach and: art have been announced by Director -I' .-- Association and is recognized -
for probational (leadingto Central Florida Districts of the William T. Arnett of tho STUDY PRE-PACKAGING as a national leader in prepackaging
sciiool of architecture and allied ,
permanent) appointment to the Florida Lumbermen and Millwork- expenments.Addressing .
arts. i| RUSKIN ....
position of substitute clerk in the ers Association was held recentlyat Pre-packaging experiments -
Professor L. R. Grand, who his | being conducted on the the Southern Schod
Pahokee office.Applications the Villa Dora Hotel.
post served as chairman of the upper farm of Paul Dickman. local vegetable Lighting Institute in convention at
will be accepte-1 Approximately forty members division work in design has been >! grower, are attracting nation St. Petersburg this past week,
from persons who reside within o". the organization heard E.V.. appointed head of the departmentof -vide attention. Ralph David Chales P. Tolman. consulting engineer
the delivery of the Post Offi*a Adams, of Fort Wayne. Indian architecture and Hollis H. Ho- ;editor of PRE-PACK-AGE magazine for the National Societyfor
named or who are bona fide pa- discuss the problems that were brook, professor of painting, has is featuring a story in the I the Prevention of Blindness,
trons of such office. Persons employed confronting the lumber industry been named head of the department -' May issue of his publication on the urged a better lighting program
in the Post Office will be today. of art. )i work being done at Ruskin in prepackaging to safeguard the eyes of student
considered bona fide patrons of the .-. The departments of architecture I Florida vegetables .c>n (I in our schools.
office. Speaking at an American Legion -
Persons entitled to veterans' meeting: in Atlanta recently, I
preference will be given preference Captain Eddie Rickenbacker sad:
as provided in the Veterans Pre- "The only way we can fight a
ferene eAct of 1944. For detailed bloodless: war against Communismis ;
information on preference and oth- to be so strong and so instantly -
er items see Examination Announcement ready to strike that the Krem-
Number 5-28 (1948) lin will think twice before calling
. dated April 21, 1948 at the local I for a show down."
i Hear

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World War II VeteranCANDIDATE

FOR All CandidatesSUBJECT

" CONSTABLEFahokeeCanal


Your Vote AppreciatedA Point District I Democratic Primary S STO

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High School AuditoriumPAHOKEE

Means GrowthWithout i

diet, baby certain would lack elements bounce in and his a Friday Night April 30

energy. The urge to grow and develop -

would be retarded.
7:45 P. iii.

Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the

safest milk for your baby. Each candidate, from Governor down to constable,

Homogenized Milk with the all-
has been invited, or someone representing him, to briefly -
important) Vitamin D added is

the choice of many mothers for I present his candidacy.This .
baby feeding. Be safe when you

buy milk-look for the Alfar em This rally is arranged by your COUNTY DEMOCRATIC -

blem. COMMITTEE for the purpose of affording

; each candidate en: opportunity being heard and to aid

LEA. f\ il 8 the voters to judge= the candidates.

Belle Glade - Phone 20

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