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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: May 28, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAY _ _ _ __ .,:c .";

May 28, 1948 PUBLISHED WCEKtl: 'iN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RAfRO/N



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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: U. S. Engineers To Pack Meeting In How They Voted In ]Date Set For Baptist 45 To Graduate .

Canal Point May 31 Palm Beach County Vacation Bible SchoolThe

Receive Bids OnStLucieWork Pahokee School
First Pack Meeting of the Canal SHERIFF date for the annllal'ac")-

Point Cub Pack No. 24 will be heU tion Bible school at the Pahok-

::t the school on Monday, May 31, First Baptist Church was set for Class Of 1948Commencement

at 8:00: p. m. Parents and cubs are John Kirk _.______ 1.1,327 June 21-26 at a meeting of of-

.irged to be on time for the meeting ficers and teachers of the Sunday
The U. S. Engineers have an- Emry Pickren 7,385
which will make plans for.th school held in the Fellowship Hall exercises for the
nounced that sealed bids will be
received at Jacksonville June IX summer months as well as recognize Monday night Rev. C. A. Mober Pahokee High School Class of 1943
the work of the will act as principal for the vac
Z for the widening and deepeningof newly organPack. County Commissioner are scheduled to take place in the
i7ed Emblems and pins will: tion school l and Mrs. C. L. Shirley,
St. Lucie Canal. be and II T1ILT ONE assistant principal. high school auditorium on Thursday -
presented registration of
Funds made available for the I
night. June 10. and baccalaureate -
n"tmmner? will be made." Parents MrVilev Tilhs was in chargof -*
job amount to $1,028,000. s1fuld plan to attend l by all i A. A. Poston ___. 1,697 the devotional program PreceJinsr services will be held on th_
As detailed in specification'. I rro edrf: : l1ndaniht, June rt.
means for they are the ores thru ] the hr!'inc!'s session: a savers 1- !
bids will be made in three classifications K. Foster .. .. 2,796iITIIIC'T Th't'xf'rC"
whom advancement is made. --- : di,-h dinner was enjoyed with :\frI *. scs will ('penth a
: (1) on the basis of providing i brief wort liv the Pah.,kee
-- -.- --- :\f.r an Mulh*. Miss Betty Jan' J high!
a channel bottom with a FI\K I j Jensen and T. B. \Vilson in hargv I j !cc: ;l..l Birdh'ch! will also> play

width of 150 feet, entailingthe removal Fuller Warren To John Pickett 1.276 of arrangement" 'j I the professional and recessional.
of ::.:;10.00') cubic :yard: <2)) u. i I I The full nogr.im will be arno in:-
Ii
a bottom width of HO feet 2/OO-. | Paul] Rardin u.. ],60:, i t --- .--- io
000 cubic yards: 13) a bottom Be Next Governor I ,ipeted. according t'. Prini -
width of 130 feet 2,4T 0OOO etibiyara i .: Joint Meeting Of i c-ral P n. Cnudill.

s. Kaeh TtvonM i PEACE
proj includ JUSTICE | Th.':-o Jr,' 45 nifiihers in the P.t-
removal of the old Full r Warren f,> "> r-'ow-bov I
St. Lucie Lock n i r
.hoke.High :School loj! ::: .
Ur.LK: <:l .tlI: Lions Postponed M1i. -
No. 1 at Port Mayaca and th" from Florida's Panhandle, rode in- : j I Class Ore of the e. .\m'di."''
south abutment of the "stop log" t 0 the Jo'f'tnorshlp"t.'dnesd3} area '
( G. Tedder .. 778 Qu'nQ-Patter Howell Jr. h.1cjonf'd
dam at Port Mayaca. margin of more than 21.00-( ) -- Member of the cast for the Pa- 'I t *eU.. S. Navy an-1 w.II

The contractor will be requiredto votes. I Williams .___ 1,040!) 'hokEeBI' h School Senior Clams probably be unable to attend theexercises.
work at the rate of not less th As up-State returns n .
in came in "
j ii play 'B"b oblin House, pnvsentrd The 400.000 cubic yards a mont", from Tuesday's Democratic second | a skit from the play at the for graduation include PeWitt Aii-

which means the Government primary he pulled away from CONSTABLEBELK {Tuesday luncheon meeting of th-! I drews. Marvin Baker Bobby Baker -

figures it will take about ninemonths Dan McCarty, Ft. PiErcecitrus GLADEB.Prescott Pahokee Lions Club.. The annualplay James Barnes Betty J>

to do the job if the majo grower who had piled up a sizeable a "mystery-comedy thnller- Breaker Juanita Corlwtt Pe-

project is accepted. lead in the early counting. diller" will be presented this Fri-,I Leach Patsy Ann Creel ElwooJ
860
.
.. .. ,
. It was one of the : .
hardestfougrtracesIn" day evening in they hign cJM4-, krt. Lose! Rebels. Denise Gamo.
'
history with a It Whitlock auditorium starting at 7:40 Gwen Cant Frank '
, District Officials .... 1,107 p. m. Gillis. Lena
I record-breaking total of over 572.- It was announced that date o f Goodson Louise Hamilton Stanley -

Of Boy Scouts 000 ballots deciding the issue. It the joint installation meeting wits i Doris Harper Sims. Ray Hat-

Meet TuesdayTom topped the previous record of 564.- GOVERNORDan Belle Glade and Clewiston Lions ton. Mary Helen Hooks. Helen
880 votes in the 4
May primary. Club originally scheduled for the I Howes. Walta Nell Hull Eleanor

Warren 43-year-old attorneynow McCarty .. 15,438 evening of June 11, has been post- Humphrey. J. I* Humphrey. Bet-
S. Kirk manager of the practicing in .
Jacksonville poned because this is the date st ty Jane Jensen. Sibyl Jensen
Pahokee State Farmers' Market will take office early in January. Fuller Warren. 6,651 for the Belle Glade High School Dickie Johnson Ruth Kautz. Carlton -
was elected chairman of the North With all but six of the State's
commencement exercises. It was' McCall. Joan
McLarty. Joy
Glades District of the Gulf Stream 1,523 precincts heard from. Warren
-
also announced that the pouringof Padgett Joyce Peacock. Carol
Council of Boy Scouts at a meet- had 296,967 votes to 275.833 Attorney General
concrete for the swimming Phillip Hodges Margaret Powell
ing of district officials in the for his 36-year-old
opponent. pool in the city park will be resumed John T. Pickett. Jr.. Gwenett-
Lions Hall Tuesday night. M-, McCarty conceded defeat at mid- Grady Burton. 6,822 next Monday evening and Reeve Frank Rozrll. Jr., Klira-:
Kirk succeeds A. J. Lively who
morning and shortly after noon members of the club were asked t beth Ryals. Martha Rcru p. llaro -
I recently resigned as district chair Warren said Dick Ervin
: __ 10,449
m assist in this work. lan Sears.' EddIe Stanley Helen

man. "I rededicate myself to four The club voted to bring the city i Stokes Helen Sterns, Fred Tavlo.
James Holden was appointed to of
years consecrated service to
directory at the bank corner up Audrey Walker Barbara Wrotenand
replace Mr. Kirk as district commissioner the State and I re-affirm Supreme CourtT.
my plat- to date and delegated the publicity Barbara Jenkinson.JBORD .
"
and Carson T. Howe form.

was named leadership training Warren, who was eliminated in F. Hobson .... 5,154 arrangements.V.committee to.make the necessary I I ;; OF TRUSTEES> .

chairman. Plans were made to the first primary governorshiprace W. M. \ E. f'x.'III'n of West Palm I I I APPROVED DEGREETAMPA
hold of Pabokee Walker_ 4,851
a joint meeting in 1940 when he ran in the Roach. assistant scout executive of The Board of Trustees

scout troops for making final same field with Spessard L. Holland Tom \Vaton the Gulf stream Council was a of the of
.... 7,835 University Tamp
for ,
arrangements summer camp. led the nine-man governor'srace 'illtor. I I
W E. NejMon. assistant scout executive May 4 with 183.263. Mc --.. --- .- have approved conferring an honorary -
of doctor of humanities
degree
of West Palm Beach wapresent : Carty was second with 161.778.
at the meeting.Florida's Both have been in politics since Florida Cattle Take City Council Has on film star Tyrone Power,

their twenties: each has served in Place Of Mexican Regular Meeting I',I who will deliver address the Unh'el1llty'1'rommenC'f'mt'nt May 31.

the Legislature: each went to the
Railroads ,Cattle In Rodeos Also approved were degrees of
University of Florida I : : '
and each interrupted
1 The newly reorganized Pahoke* doctor of science' for Dr. Hamilton -
Ask Freight Raise his career to in I
World War Warren in serve KISSIMMEE A carload of 1 I City Council held a regular meeting Holt president' of Rollins College -

I the Navy ,wild native steers left the Live at the city hall Tuesday night and Dr. Wortle Rudd. dean
McCarty in the
TALLAHASSEE-Florida's railroads Their Army. stock Market last week bound I I with President Terry L. ReIlfr5'J jof the Medical College of Vir
have appealed to the Flor.- platforms varied littl-*- for Kansas presiding The council granted th 'ginia.
and -
da Railroad and Public Utilities I in major aspects each favoring City thence tjLefbndge. American Legion' Auxiliary a -..

Commission' for permission to increase better schools, more highway' will be fattened. Alberta and, where conditionedfor they year rawchi_e to operate a on-I: Mr and Mrs. \\'. T. Ttllman ha las
.
intrastate freight rate to safety better State advertising. !sion at the city park when
use in the Calgary, guests the past week his sinter,
match increases that have alreadv expanded hf'lffc>r agriculture' StampedeCanada's : the public is !
''lht'IItock biggest rodeo. swimming pool com- I 1fu. Ruth McCleod. and childrenof
been granted by the Interstatecommerce' and indu..trgood labor- Other pleted. MiamiEsia6hshecll924 .
commission effective nuviagement relations. adequate shipments are expected
April 13. I flood control, further development to !go' to Texas and Maine in thercaz 6

These rates would amount to a ft park: full cooperation\ : future, according to Mg.-. I CountyCommissioner Race District 5
for veterans.Mr. John Pugh. The steer arc picked' ,
25 per cent increase for shipping
--. for strength size' and horn 03 J
within the state in places of
they go through the arena at the: :J
boo'.t+ recently allowed by th" aid :Mrs George O. Schrod livestock market. '' JOIN PICKET PAUL UAUDIX

railroad and public utilities com er left Tuesday>f their home in It
will probably take a week or
mission.A I:Narberth. Pa: after spending the longer for the cattle to get to Ui Canal Point 68 Canal Point 3M
public hearing on the requestJas 'season in Pahokee. They were accompanied far North .1 I
They will Eros
ga
been scheduled to be gel IMay I by: their daughter Mi3 Kissimmee either by way of Montgomery Pahokee157 Pahokee157
31. Carol Schroder who has beenvisiting t'

-- - ; here for the past two City where or Birmingham they will head to Kansas north !' South Bay 121 South Bay 119

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 'BillyBridges weeks. again through North Dakota to
I i I Chosen 81 Chosen
plan to leave for Bartow I 6_ their destination in Lefbridge. Alberta .. l.iS

on Monday. May 31s\ Mr. Bridges I Mr. and Mrs J. T. Wood and approximately 3.000 mile Belle Glade 5-19 Belle Glade ... 582
will enroll as a student at tie son Thomas, of Macon Ga.. arrived from Kisslznmee.

University of Tampa on June 3 II Monday for a visit with his. Other rodeo producers are also - -- --

and begin cias room WOI'k thereon uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mr. looking for wild steer to. take the 127G 1605

June 8. While he U attending & Wood, in P a holt e e. place of cattle which used to b:

bed JIrL Bridges will make her I They were accompanied fey Mr.ud" imported from Old Mexico before

home wits her parents Mr. tadMrs. Mrs. Moms Kultt and son. i foot and mouth disease stopped Rardin's Majority .._.... 329 -

Angus Miller in Bartow. Cotta also of Macon. shipments.



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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, May 28. 1943
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nut said one fellow, who must b'? Mrs.
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY praised not only for his frankness ,I RameyEntertain
but for his figure of speech Youth FellowshipMembers
the Lake Okeechobee
Farming Region "My' forehead is touching the basic:

Established 1924 Published Every Friday of my neck complained' anothe-. : of the Junior :Methodist -
Subscription Price $2.60 Year In AdvanceThe "When I go to the beach. I sunburn Youth Fellowship enjoyed a

(By RusseU Kay) on top of my head," said lawn praty and wiener roast given
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I another. Not one of the women by their counselor Mrs. Geo. B.

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter One of the most "hair-raising" inquiring would give her name but Barney; at her home on Bacom
most of the men identified them- Point Road Friday evening. Out-
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher stones that has come to my atle"-I selves before confiding their interest door games were played. The:
tion in a long time has to in the salve' that is sup- hostess was assisted in the entertaining -

Progress Costs Money a new product known as "}.ICLa-1 rose to put vegetation on desert by Rev. C. T. Howes.

Progress costs money and it is inevitable that tax rates ran's 3 out of 5" for the scalp spots.So. Those attending were Annette
and charges must go up when a community grows and demands what happened when Eileen I Miami Herald editors hare McIntosh Marcia Jean Guthrie
and requires more services and functions of public Bryne, Miami Herald Shopping i found a new subject which can Phoebe Ann Ramey, Joyce Lynn
Editor let her hair down and told I definitely be classed as of surprising H u r t. Olive Gonzales Evelvn
agancits. readers about it in her column. human interest. It is baldbeadedness. Vann Daniel Howes Philip Du-
As a city of 30,000 population, Tallahassee cannot ope- With no thought of starting a While people seldoa )-. Bobby HowelL Pat Elliott.
rate on the budgets it used: as a city of 15000. It must have 1 riot or in any way disrupting the talk about it and it is a subjectof David: Cunningham. Max and Don
more paved streets than it now has; it must extend public ordinary routine of the Herald Office more or less embarrassment it Beverly and Jack Stanley.

services of all kinds. The bill must be paid and it must be Eileen wrote: nevertheless is one in which an . .

pad? by the citizens because that is the only source of mu "Ever since Delilah gave Sam- :amazing number of folks are keen Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Rhodes

nicipal ievenues. eon the once-over-Iightly, men ly interested. (Valree Parker) have returned to
Leon county cannot operate in 1948 on anything like the have worried more over losing I If it happens gentle reader Pahokee from a wedding trip tt>
that interested in this
budget that was sufficient in 1928. There are more roads to their hair than their bank ac- I you Don't are call Hendersonville N. C.
counts. In fact. rib that subject. your newspaperand
be maintained and there must be additional road improve- spend wager more get In the editor's hair call
balding gentlemen
ments. Public health a community necessity must be financed. money in search of hair restorers your local druggist and if he

The people have set up many things for government to than women do on creams and lotions doesn't have it he can probablv
do that it didn't do 20 years ago. They demand the services; to make them young and figure out where to get it. Fro'n OFFICE HOURSFROM

they pay the bill. beautiful. now on you can rub my head win
The people properly call for efficiency in government not "Well there's a new salve that's McLaran's 3 out of 5 and call mo1
JUNE 1 THRU SEPT 30
just economy. They properly call for expansion not retrac- just recently been nationally dis- Harry. .. .

tion that isn't justified. They will get good governmental tributed that everybody but the REV. MOBERG WILL PREACH MORNINGS ONLY

services at maximum efficiency and reasonable cost if they I manufacturer swears will grow IX MOUNT HOPE CHURCH CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND
hair. Such Newsweek
enforce their demands by consistent interest in governmentand publications as SUNDAY
Wall Street Journal. Tide,
in election of their officials. Any failing in that re-
the
Reader's Scope and Business Rev. C. A. Moberg will prt'achI RECENT EMERGENCIES
sponsibility results inevitably in laxity in government and Week have given the product na- I Sunday at the four o'clock hour. ACCEPTEDDR.
excessive cost of operation for benefits received.-Talla- tionwide publicity. Newsweek in Mt. Hope Baptist Church for
I and MRS.
hasftfe Demon fact had to beg readers in a later negroes. The public is cordiali7invited.
edition NOT to send them money I A special musical program C. E. CREEL
or orders for the salve because I! including a male quartet
Hard ChoiceOld they weren't in the hair raising will be presented.
fire-eating Senator Jim Watson was once the topic of business. I I

a convention in the White House during the Coolidge ad- "The name of the miracle-if-
ministrrxt'on. true salve IP 'McLaren's 3 out cf t' ---.'.. -

"You know remarked one of the guests, "I heard Jim 5.: because the treatment worked \

make a spec* back in his native Indiana one night and on three out of five men who

when ha came to his conclusion he said "Fellow citizens, tested the first sample. It won't
'facts and vote for me work when the hair roots are dead.
now I have given you all the you can ti
naturally but apparently in most
or cro to hell!
ca1: they aren't."Instead .
President Coolidge. who had been quietly listening inter- of putting the producton

vened. the market at once the manu
He sid:: "Difficult choice wasn't it?"Washington Post. facturers played it smart. Sample

jars were presented to balding
Friends friends and acquaintances Since
Boy i '
bald men will try anything not i
Do much of the men they date-or not
girls expect too
just once but five times, the man-
enough? The answer is both. They expect too much in the ufacturers had an inexhaustible rr

way of a man's spending a lot of effort and money on them, supply of eager victims who faith-

just because they are females. They tend to expect too littlein fully followed directions to rub oa

the way of decent behavior. The way to keep your atti- the salve about five minutes daily

tude right is to think of the man as a friend, not just a date. and let them know what happened.

You will he amazed at how successful this attitude is. Treat "When miracles began occur-

men like friends and they become friends. There is no ing on the first guinea-patea they

sounder basis for the growth of real romance!!Your Life found other willing tryers and in
all-gave away more than 10,000 May I Offer
Magazine. jars in this informal testing per-

iod. When the product was final-
Golden Gift ly put on the market it was in demand My Shiiere< Tlhaeks

Sandy MacTavish was celebrating his golden wedding ann and more than a million
"
To the gala party came old Angus bringing a jars have been sold.
\-prgary. Eileen innocently invited readers and express my humble gratitude to the fine
dilapidated alarm-cloci:: that no longer alarmed. It didn"ttick to phone the Herald Shopping I people of Palm Beach County for the decisive

Service if they were interested ii vote of confidence given me in Tuesday's
Sandy held the ancient timepiece to his ear. and angrily learning where the product might
exclaimed t" "Why Angus mon. what have ye brought meA be obtained. Within minutes after run-off Primary.By .

clock that no ring, no strikes and no ticks. Do"you call that edition hit the streets phone your vote you have made it possible for
that appropreet for a golden wedding anniversary? calls began to come in. All di/:
Sherifffor
Od! rings cackled with glee. "Sandy," he rejoined, "hae long the phone kept jangling and me to continue to serve you as your

ye no heard the say in': 'Silence is golden'?'Toronto Globe. the instruments were practically the next four years.
worn out by the deluge of calls
I the best that is in
-------- - pledge you very me.
that resulted. 285 calls were registered -
CHURCH OF CHRIST omnipotent and omnipresent. Ev-
on one phone and the poor
SCIENTIST ery mortal must learn that there JOHN F. KIRKPaid
operator was a nervous wreck by
"ANCIENT AND MODERN is neither power nor reality la I
night: if anyone said 3 out of 5"
NECROMANCY. ALIAS M E S- evil" (186:7-11, 12). to her she would scream. A relief rl. sense f..tr (Paid Political Ad*.)
MERISM AND HYPNOTISM. DENOUNCED" . girl who took over while the reg-
of the ular operator went to lunch was
is the subject Pahokee Methodists
gasping for breath before she re-
which will be read
Lesson-Sermon Extend InvitationsThe turned and had registered 50 calls A-
In Churches of Christ. Scientist nearly one a minute during the I

May throughout 30. the world on Sunady. First Methodist Church of lunch And hour.the amazing thing about all : From where I sit.. 4' Joe Marsh.

The Golden Text is: "He that Pahokee extends: a cordial Invitation these calls was that the bulk of ---. J
overcometh shall inherit all to all the members and friendsof : them were from women. They

things: and I will be his God and the church to be present next would beat about the bush sav
he shall be my son" (Revelation Sunday at the Morning Service at they were calling for husbands or

21:7). 11:00 a. m. This service will be boy friends: most of them were It's Leap Year Girls I
Among the citations which comprise broadcast over \VSWN. the Youtt evasive and embarrassed but ,

the Lesson-Sermon is the following Choir will sing' and a report 0: nevertheless eager for information. \
from the Bible: "When the activities of the church will be Thev knew a frif'ndhn had falling -
thou art come into the land whiclf I given at thi service. The Pastor'sMessage -hair or the old man'" bald First nrl"in our town to"get her I know it'....If.n'
the Lord thy Cod It nth thee. thou : will center about the spot was spreading so rapidly *ie j>an" on leap Year was the Cuppers Hake their head over the younger
halt not learn to do after th" I Theme: "A Son of Shame"". Fol. looked like he had an egg yolk daughter Jute,who wed Bill generation. (It', gone on for hun

abominations of those nations' I lowing the Servicj there will, be a on his head or they wer'"'just Irvine Web'ter's boy last Saturday dreds of years, now.)
(D utf'ronomIS.9). basket dinner the church yard to settle but the
on an arcument.
I When I asked Bill Jr. if it was But from where I sit youngpeople
The Lesson-Sermon also includes ,This und.wilt mark the cloy Herald phone girl* contend that
i ithE' true that Jarey really did the pr)- of marrying air* today art
the following passage from 1 lof two years of .vrvice to the local most of them wanted' it for the r
Christian Science textbook. posing.Bill aid: No,but she made every' bit as commendable at theirit
church bv the f\. .* or. Rev C T own heads Ir fart ere wonruvncame
"Science and Health with Key to plain she'd make an ideal wife. elders ere-in their temperanc
Howes The Evening Service will rent out and toll the! ball
Instead of locking for diversion or (a glass of beer for instance) toera !
the Scriptures' Mary Baker feature Congregational suicin?_ tnith that !she d:. n't have a hairon I
Eddy" "KmnR human mind-force music' bv the choir and a message her henlOtlers nc.te-nerit: : every eTenir:*. she was nee, and common enae. So to
can work only evil under whatever bv the pastor Youth At TheCross were eager to know I I ror.tert to chat betide the fire. Jaa and BJl-th best of lock!

name or pretence they are employed -: Roads.. whether: or not the stuff wrwiMetrw I I "I could plainly -." says Bill I
for Spirit and matter I . i evebmws wich raise the Interesting I 'that we'd really have a happyhome 1"11 fJ ul.

good and eviL light and darkness !I;' Pr. and Mrs.' L.v. Arm.'tron7 question, "where are life-which !b Jut exactly -
cannot rumple Evil is a nf'otlo"I, have as IiUPIL this weekend their worren's evrbrow ro'T: tn"-
what I from
f wait aarr1ace--
because it is the absence of trut"'I'j son and dauehter-ln-law Mr an 1JMrs The men on the other hard w.*e 1 I
. . It is unreal because it j'I Alvin Armstrong and son. forthriet and h ne't. blurt and ,a
supports the absence of Gal' the ,,,Gary. of Miami the pot-t "X' n as baM as a pea frrrritb.nm. TauW Shaw &...-. *,-frftt



Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, :May 28, 1914 .
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nut," said one fellow. who must be !
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Mrs. Ramey Entertain
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY praised not only for his frankness -
,; but for his figure of speech."My Youth FellowshipMembers
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
forehead is touching the baciC
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
of anothe"When *.
my neck."ompl3.in of the Junior Methodist -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe .
I go to the beach I sin- : Youth Fellowship enjoyed a
(By Russell Kay) burn on top of my head." said lawn praty and wiener roast given
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
I I another. Not one of the women by their ("ounselorIrs.. Geo. B.
Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class :Matter One of the most "hair-raisine" inquiring would give her name but I II Ramey. at her home on Bacom

Paul Rardin Owner stories that has come to my attention I most of the men identified Point Road Friday evening.. Outdoor -
Editor Publisher
I
I selves before confiding 'them'I'I games were played The
in time has do
a long to witha
terest in the salve that
is hostess was assisted in the entertaining -
Progress Costs Money new product known as "McLaj j"n.e to put vegetation on desert by Rev. C. T. Howes.

Progress costs money and it is inevitable that tax rates ran's 3 out of 5" for the scalp and spots. Those attending were Annette

and charges must go up when a community grows and de- what happened when Eileen I|I So Miami Herald editors have McIntosh Marcia Jean Guthrie

mands and requires more services and functions of public Bryne, Miami Herald Shopping I i j I found a new subject which can Phoebe Ann Ramey, Joyce Lynn
agancits. Editor, let her hair down and tol11 1 i definitely be classed as of surprising II u r t. Olive Gonzales. Evelyn
-As of readers about it in her column. human interest. It is bald- Vann. Daniel Howes. Philip Dii-
a city 30,000 population Tallahassee cannot ope-
With no thought of starting: a headedness. While people seldom Ian), Bobby HowelL Pat Elliott.
rate on the budgets it used as a city of 15,000. It must have
talk about it and it is
riot or in any way disrupting the a subject David Cunningham. Max and Don
more paved streets than it now has; it must extend public ordinary routine of the Herald Office of more or less embarrassment, it Beverly and Jack Stanley.Mr. .

services of all kinds. The bill must be paid and it must be Eileen wrote: nevertheless is one in which an .. .

pad' by the citizens because that is the only source of municipal "Ever since Delilah gave Sam- amazing number of folks are keenly and Mrs. Maynard Rhodes

revenues. son the once-over-lightly, men interested.
(Valree Parker) have returned to
Leon county cannot operate in 1948 on anything like the have worried more over losing If it happens, gentle reader. Pahokee from a wedding trip to

budget that was sufficient in 1928. There are more roads to their hair than their bank accounts that you are interested in this Hendersonville, N. C.
be maintained and there must be additional road improve- In fact m wager that subject. Don call your newspaperand
get in the editor's hair--call ,
balding gentlemen spend more --- - -- ---- -- --------
ments. Public health a community necessity must be financed. -
local and if hedoesn't
in search of hair restorers your druggist
The people have set things for government to money
up many than women do on creams and lotions have it he can probablv
do that it didn't do 20 years ago. They demand the services; to make them young and figure out where to get it. From OFFICE HOURSFROM

they pay the bill. beautiful. now on you can rub my head wni'i

The people properly call for efficiency in government not "Well there's a new salve that's I McLaran's 3 out of 5 and call m?

just economy. They properly call for expansion not retrac- just recently been nationally distributed I Harry. . JUNE 1 THRU SEPT SO

tion that isn't justified. They will get good governmental! that everybody but the MORNINGS ONLY

services. at maximum efficiency and reasonable cost if they manufacturer swears will grow REV. MOBERG WILL PREACH CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND
W MOUNT HOPE CHURCH
enforce their demands by consistent interest in governmentand hair. Such publications as Newsweek SUNDAY

in the election of their officials. in that Wall Street Journal. Tide.Readers .
Any failing re- and Business Rev. C. A. Moberg will prE'a'hSunday
sponsibility results inevitably in laxity in government and Scope RECENT EMERGENCIES
Week have given the product nationwide at the four o'clock hour, ACCEPTEDDR.
excessive cost of operation for benefits received.-TallaDemocrat. publicity. Newsweek in Mt. Hope Baptist! Church for

hasf:>e fact had to beg readers in a later negroes. The public is (cordial? and MRS.

edition NOT to send them money I invited. A special musical program C. E. CREEL
Hard ChoiceOld or orders for the salve, because including a male quartet
they weren't the hair will be presented.
: fire-eating Senator Jim Watson was once the topic of business in raising; I ,

in the White House the ad-
.1 conversation during Coolidge "The name of the miracle-if- ,

ministration."You true salve i if 'MoLaran's 3 out cf5i' -- -
know" remarked one of the guests "I heard Jim because the treatment worked t" \ .

make a speech back in his native Indiana one night, and on three out of five; men who

when ha came to his conclusion he said "Fellow citizens. touted, the first sample. It won't

now I have given you all the facts and you can vote for me work when the hair roots* are dead. 4
naturally. but apparently in most tI 4 r; .
or *ro to hell ,
President; Coolidge who had been quietly listening, intervened. ewes they aren't."Instead .
of putting the producton
.
the market at once the manufacturers
He s 2i i(:: "Difficult choice, wasn't it?"Washington Post. played it smart. Sample

jars were presented to balding:

Boy FriendsDo friends and acquaintances Since

girls expect: too much of the men they date-or not bald men will try anything not ;
just once but five time, the
enough? Tha answer is both. They expect too much in the ufacturers had an
man-I
way of a man's spending a lot of effort and money on them supply of eager victims who I

just because they are females. They tend to expect too littlein fully followed directions to rub on

the way of decent behavior. The way to keep your atti- the salve about five minutes daily

tude right is to think of the man as a friend not just a date. and let them know what happened.

You will he amazed at how successful this attitude is. Treat "When miracles began occur-

men like friends and they become friends. There is no ing on the first guinea-pates., they

sounder basis, for the growth of real romance Your Life found other willing tryers and in
Magazine. all-gave away more than 10.00O May I Offer
jars in this informal testing per
iod. When the product was final-
Golden Gift ly put on the market It was in demand My S kiceire Tlhaeks

Sandy MacTavish was celebrating his golden wedding an- and more than a million

niversary. To the gala party came old Angus, bringing a jars have been sold.
Eileen invited and humble gratitude to the fine
innocently rt'adersI express my
didn'tt'ck
alarmed. It
dilapidated alarmcloclthat no longer I
to phone the Herald Shopping people of Palm Beach County for the decisive

Sandy held the ancient timepiece to his ear. and angrilyexcIaimt'tl. Service learning if where they the were product interested might 11 vote of confidence given me in Tuesday'srunoff

"Why. Angus, mono what have ye brought meA obtained. XVithin minutes after Primary.By .

clock that no rings, no strikes: and no ticks. Do you call that edition hit the streets phon
have made it for
vote possible
your you
that approprect for a golden wedding anniversary calls began to come in. All ds:/
Od! Angus cackled with glee. "Sandy... he rejoined "hae long the phone kept janging and me to continue to serve you as your Sheriff

ye no heard the say in': 'Silence is golden'?'Toronto Globe. the instruments were practically for the next four years.I .
worn out by the deluge of calls
---------- pledge the best that is in
that resulted. 285 calls were registered you very me.
CHURCH OF CHRISTSCIENTIST omnipotent and omnipresent. Ev-
on one phone and the poor
mortal must learn that ther
ery
operator was a nervous wreck by JOHN F. KIRK
"ANCIENT AND MODERNNECROMANCY is neither power nor reality inevil "
night: if anyone said 3 out of 5"to
ALIAS MESMERISM (186:7-11.: 12). her she would scream. A relief
Q..riff Ttm H. rk C.mmtf (raId Political Adv,)
AND HYPNOTISM. DE- . girl who took over while the regular -

NOUNCED" is the subject of the Pahokee Methodists operator went to lunch was
for breath before she returned
Lesson-Sermon which will be read : gasping

In Churches of Christ scientist.throughout Extend InvitationsThe and had registered 50 calls. ..,,-.-....
nearly one a minute during the f
the world on Sunady.

May 30.The Golden. Text is: "He that I I Pahokee First extends Methodist a cordial Church invIta-of lunch And hour.the amazing thing about all From where I sit... by Joe Marsh.
bulk of
these calls was that the : -'
overrotneth shall inherit aU tion to all the members and friends: them were from women. They .J

things: and I will be his God and of the church to be present next would beat about the bush. say

he shall be my son" (Revelation Sunday at the Morning Service at they were calling for husbands or

21.7). 11:00 a. m. This service will b* boy friends: most of them were It's Year Girls!
Leap
Among: the citations which comprise broadcast o'-t>\VS\VN.. the Youtt! evasive and embarrassed" but ,

the won-Sermon is the following Choir will sine, and a report o: nevertheless"! eager for information .1

from the Bible: "When I the activities the church will bPi They knew a friend who had falling -

thou art come into the land *,blcfl(i given at DIM service The Pastor's: hair or the old mans baH Fist. girl in oar town to -get her I crow it'i usual! for older folks tvaVe
the Lord thy. God fn\eth thee thou Message will center atxit the nin"on leap Year .
', spot was spreading sr' ) rapidly he was the Cop- their heads over the>' f'halt not learn tt) d<. after" th- Theme: "A Son: of S 1mpFo: :. looked like he had an eec voik rriV daughter Jane .who sled HillWriter's 'n ratton. (It's con on for hundreds -

abominations of those nations' < Iodine:: the Service; there will t.a .on his I>ead_ or they were just trying boy last aturday. of sears, now.)
(Deuteronomy. 18 9). basket dinner on the church! yard to !l4'ttlan arsTJne-'t holt the
The Lrv on-Sermon also l includes 1 This Sunday will mark the cl the following from I true that Janey really di'i the proposirjr. people of marrying .1r'P today are
passage of twoeir, of >rvio" to the ITH! most of them wanted it for thee -
the Christian Science textSok.. Bill laid: ='0,but she made every bit as commendable ai their
church bv the pa t<'r Rev 0" T own }-- "<1s! in frt "*>" woman
"Science and Health with Key to Howes The Evening Service will carne right out and toll t1:* Mill! It plain she'd maKe an Heal wife. t'ldf'f.'IIIl'Tf' -in their trr&pr ne.

the ril'tUh'Sby :Mary Baker feature Congregational sinsrm?, tret* th:1t"hp: dMn: lave a Mir Ion Instead of lof. .irg for diversion orexc.terrie't (a glass of beer for Instance). tolerance

F'.AMF.mn human rninii-f.vee music bv the choir and a message I her hen,1 every eTerarg, she was and common verse. So to

can work only! evil under whatever bv the pastor "Youth At The I O'!ers were eager to k"vv I cor.tert to chat beside the fire. Jags and BJ1-the best of lock

name or pretence they are ernploxed Cross Roads." whf'thprr' not the: *!t:!! wrniid! '! "I cooW plainly Sff- Bill
My
for and matter ---.
: ; Spirit IJ
eTow eve rT!">w s wir i ni! the li- that we'd really have sappy t
K\xl. and e\iL light:: and dtrknrv Pr ar.dfrco L. XV Arn.'tron: t"r--lfr.s- "where arI I IRnmen a 8ce, ,
borne life wkkk k -
jut exactly
cannot roirjrle Evil is a necmtion. have ail put!! this weekend the'rj "* eyebrows ro'rsr: t"" what I from
vast
because it U the absence of trut'i j| s">*! aM dvjeMer-in-law Mr and: I IMrs men nn tve ether hand we-e amarrlar-

- It is unreal because it per f( Alvin Armstrong, ant son. forthright and hon*!'t, tla-t and t... ,
upponrs' the absence of God. th Gary the bVJ .
po'"I'm a. :as m "- t--n.-IUl, Cals.i lasses arr as rflDlc taPage



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> May 28. 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Thrcc

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Pahokee Baptist .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
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Church NotesRev.

of .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '' .. ..
C. A. Moberg pastor the , , , , i' , , , , , , , , , , i' , , r , ,' , , , ,' ,
First Baptist Church of Pahokeewas
greeted with a capacity con-
gregation Sunday night to hear
the first of the series of Bible
talks on '"Israel the New State"
In view of the interest manifested
Sunday night and since the pastor
baa decided to present a verse by
verse discourse necessitating because -
of the magnitude of the subject -
several services to completethe
aeries.AH .
attending are respectfullyasked
to bring their Bibles. pencils '
.. 4 '
and note books. The verses give'ilast -
Sunday night with comment ? :;
win be repeated this Sunday night
that those desiring to share in this
study will. be part of the program
from the beginning. That the maximum -
in time might be given. i it
is planned to limit the preliminary -
program of music and announcements -
to fifteen minute"
beginning the speaking at 8:15
and closing at 8-55 with five minutes -
for the close.
What is meant by Israel? How
did this originate? Why Jew?
Why Hebrew? Why Israelite?
How did the Arab originate? Ishe
related to the Jew? How? Why
are the Jews a scattered people?
Why are they interested!' in Palestine -
as at no time since A. D. 70?
Will they return? When? Why?
i
How?
These' and other questions willbo \ .
answered with Bible versos as ,;-
the !study proceeds. Pahokee is to I
be congratulated on being made un
of citizens who are interested *n .- r s
this vital matter. Its outcome \.
will have a distinct! burins upon
the future of this world not to) /
far into the future.Cinematic.
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Malcolm ChatterBy Millar"Albuquerque" /LEFT, is RIGHT


A magic won
for those hardy cowhands driving
their herds North and East to
Kansas City in the days when ON THE HIGHWAY
the Chisholm Trail flourished with
"rustlers', saloons and dance halls.
It is a magic word today to thos; .
who are lovers of outdoor adventure -
daring, recklessness eta* .I ...
Albuquerque with Randolph That's right! When you must walk on the highways in ruralor

Scott Nan"Gabby"Britton.Hayes starred and Albert andGeorge suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road

Dekker heading the featured players -lacing traffic.
cast: is to bow into the Pnnc?
Theatre Sunday-Monday and every There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per-
(cinema addict will state it Is ors
of the most adventuresome pictures son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-

some time."George that.has been seen: locally in fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walkingthe

Gabby Hayes", who ,has wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
been the idol of millions of Western -
fans for ;years, has charge of daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and

the comedy there end are of pots the picture in the picture Although -- dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing

where George pets very dramatic Mr. Motorist- in the road.
. and Georgeery! good
in this picture.Of Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways
coursKwe know that Randolph -
Scott will carry out th-" MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable

roof the "Law man" to pe'fectio + hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims -
and he does very good n SAFE DRIVING
the romantic scenes with Na'iBritton. increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hitandrun -
who is a very clover girl A HABIT
herself. accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by
Albert Dekker Is the "tinker-
in the piece and he is excellent :In these car cowards.So .

that role. Dekker ioa very clever remember for your own sake on highways, walk toy
character actor who has portrayal
fOTeery clever roles but he" h.X3never the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.
been smoother than he is -n
the! part he has assigned to him
In Albuquerque
Bv all mean see this exceptiornl -
OBSERVE ALL
\\' ' picture.See -
you at the movies" Mai TRAFFIC RULES
-.---- .
Mrs II. C Graham
was welcomed t
.. KEEP YOUR CABIN
a. a new member of the
Grace Jermgan Circle First Baptist GOOD REPAIRDON'T
WMIT at a meeting at th.- .
home of Mrs J. D. Agr.er! Tlle -
day night. A program en "Mis- TAKE CHANCES The Everglades News
"ioninf'f the Southern Baptist
Convention was presented by Mrs.Agner. Prepared !by the Associated DaiCetef >
Others taking part were" Fiery= .. tt. Florida Prt A *o- Paul I Rardin, Publisher
. Mrs H. U. Speer and Mrs. Wile. C:.+;O", .nd }i.. N.tion.l Conscrs.-
Tillis.Mr' tion 8." ..". a* a pubtcFriday. service.;
.

and Mrs. Joe Thompsonhave
a* a hove guest her sister.
Miss Cornne Garrett of Memphis.
Trnn.aln..
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' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ''T' ' ' '
L W Armstrong and Mr*.
Pauline Rice spent Wednesday ta

Lake Worth. visiting relatives and .. .. .. .. ..
friends. , ,



Four Tiie Everglades News Canal Point Florida
:;:day.. ?. y ?:: S. 19 J3.
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"The Two Fortresses'To i knowledge that in spite of severe Pahokee SunbeamTo
set-backs from storms and flood*, I' ,
.Be Blairs Subject"The i the Canal Point Methodist Churc'.i: Present Annual I:
I made strong advances in all de SEAT COVERS ;
I Church Program I
Two Fortresses' will be the partments. No one knows what WE :
IT1: CAR ,
of Morning the next year will bring but we I 1.
theme of the sermon the -
The Sunbeam of
Band the First'
tio know that if the fine coop..ration -I '
Worship Service of the Canal and service is shown next Baptist Church of Pahokee willpre'cnt 313.95 to 355.00PAIL'SviCE

Point Methodist Church on Sunday -. year aa it has been in the past, its annual church program I
The text will be found in even greater progress will ha Sunday morning eleven o'clock !
The piesontaton: will be under th'
Proverbs 18. Proceeding the service made.
at 11 will be Student Recog- There will be no meetings of leadership of the Mesdames Jam'an. STATION i
Batchelor. J. C. Robert '
Sowder. :
nition Sunday in our Sunday Youth Fellowship Junior Fellowship -
School at which time we will salute next week. Sunday School Hitchcock and Virginia Crews. ::1 CANAL POINT FLORIDA i'i't '
The follows : I Ij
the pupils and teachers who will be held of course and worshippers -. program :
have made such a splendid advance are urged to attend th- Song "Into My Heart. Sunbeams l lI li

in the last year. Our attendance services in our neighboring : : Activities report: Song .
sinee Easter has more than churches in the morning. Plans for "Jesus' Loves the Little Children

doubled that of 1'/: years ago. As our evening service will be announced Sunbeams: Exercise "Building Up
the Temple", Sunbeams 23rd I
:
month week.
we start into the summer ; next
Valerie Watchword
it is well to salute such grand The Youth Fellowship recently Psalm Geiger: -

advancement. Class awards will b! turned over to the treasurer Vie beams., Sunbeams: Rally Cry Sun- i 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
presented to the leading classes. amount of $50 for the Sunday
Son "Jesus Loves Me", Dorothy
?
Time of the Evening Service for School Building.
Ann and James Evert Batchelor -
the summer months has beet .
- Ec:;wins Humphries. Sandra
moved to 8:00: p. m. At this serv-
ice the minister will speak on Mosquito time is here again and Lampi. Brenda Kay Unwin. Betty Buses To MiamiTo

"Using the Little to Get thGreat" government entomologists urge Ray Gillis and Eddie Crews.
the elimination of all WesTo Palm Heath
from a text in Luke 16. stnadin4water Bible Verses. Bobby Culbersou.Joyce .
change of water in trough
Harnell. Mary Lou Herndon
Another has and next Daily
year gone Ft Myers & Lakeland
week the ministers of Florida birdbaths. etc., at least twice a Vivan Batchelor and Edwin
week covers for rain barrels the Humphries.Song .
:Methodism will meet in Annual
Conference at the White Temple in use of fine mesh wire screeningon "Be a Little Sunbeam",
Miami. Ministeral doors and windows. Vivan Batchelor Marilyn Hern-

will be read following appointments the Morning __ _. ._ don. Jeanette Spooner Joyce Har- Glades Motor Lines Inc.

Service led by Bishop Moore on Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Phipps nell. Valerie Geiger and Trip ,

Sunday June 6. Mr. Blair will go have gone to Asheville N. C for Alderman. "
to the Conference secure in the the summer.PIANOS. Song; ".Jesusants Me For a I SERVING THE GLADES"Ckla..h
Sunbeam" V i van Batchelor
Mary Lou Herndon Jeanette
Spooner. Joyce Harnell Valerie
Geiger and Trinp Alderman.
.
"Climh Sunshine -
Sons Up
Mountain" Sunbeams. I
Sons. "Prai Him All Ye Little 1-
I
Children" Sunbeams.
..xtntCOXUITIOXtn Other members inc'ude Jef I <, f\m,f9 9umuud .._ _

Kranich & Each 'Birwif. Rebecca n rw C'k. Re' i 1 aim ii ceo
Spmettes ;|CaJtf'11. Gay Carlton, Fay Carlt-I

KnabeVurhtzer Studios Crams 'on. B,be navi". Jimmy Gny. RI..rt.a ,- / IL \ \faETIlT: KKTAIL

Winter Jan.wiiGulbransen Uprights t Crimes James L.\\:1.1
Por-thv Humphries. :'('
MirrApianos ''in!:. Marilyn Herndon. H"rn-I Authori/tnl Sales and Service

Hammond Solevox SPECIAL SUMMER !'ee"t. Ruddy Noon Robert .i iJACOiSEX
Estey Organ, VALUES j. rose! Je"rv Lindro=e. Lester Un- POWER AND

rose. Billy Mickey, Philip poon-
I HAND LA\MOWERS:
er. Sandra Sowder. Antonette Sin-
radiosRadioPhonographs II to. Joan To)M.! Willie Dean Todd
Wayne: Unwin. Sonny Libhart.
Choose From Seven World Famous Brands .Gloria Jean Batchelor. Mary JoBatchelor. '! ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. :

Bobbie Culberson. Norman ,, Open Wednesday: and Saturday afternoons I

User Freda Nickles. Jimmis 1100 Southern Dlvd.. West Palm Beach i
Sue Xickles. Patsy Shepherd Jerry -
Used Pianos Accepted in Trade on
Tibbits. Richard Hardawav. iI I
Radio PhonographsWEST Betty Ann Register Paula Collier -
Wilda DaviButch Ender,
Renny Connell Janet Connell. Suzanne '

PAUl BEACH Young, Sonny Young Virginia -
>< > >< y .
Culberson Tommie Culbei-
h V
BRUBAKERMUSIC son. Myra Jones James Thomas : Office Machine Headquarters .
. c:
Hol<.1l'n. Jr, Dorothy Jean Eeil.Myra .
Ruth Frasure and Geraldine s:. Underwood Typewriters >

COMPANY Upthe o\.e. These will complete sX. Sumt trand AddingIachine: 4%
the Sunbeam gospel choir.A :Marchant
119 DATVKA PHONE 7714 : Calculating Machines 4I.
206 O.vrritA PHONE 3-3175 most cordial invitation is extended oCt A. II- Dick Mimeographs :.
to all interested to attend. c... Elliott Addresso Graphs ;

Tilt PALM BEACHES': MOST (".COMPLETE: $IC STOKE 'ichildren's The parents of this Sunbeam ;. F & E Check Writers 4.i. ..
hand will he the special
i! truest at this service. R(','. C* A. -i. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :::
Moberg will be the pianist and win 4 .
: Phone 2-388.1 West Palm Beach .1.
I present a short sermon commensurate -

with the occa. on. Vq ss .?. s s.asa s s fists s. sa as sra. a sa. s ...a
*
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Much-better washers! ,! WSCS Complete I

(I Mission StudyThe


Much-lower prices spring mission study of Milk Means GrowthWithout

"Great Prayers of The Bible" was
completed by members of the Sim-
onson-Lair Circle. First Metnodist certain elements in his .
Woman's of Christian Service -
COME SEE these new and different at a Society meeting at the home of diet, baby would lack bounce and

Mrs. Inman \V. Weetai Monday afternoon -
Bendix Washers! with Mrs. John A. Dulanv energy. The urge to grow and develop -
TheY'H ;just ??,*! in
presenting a review of the latwo < retarded.
our store! Many new features never seen before chapters. Mrs. Dulany was Introduced would be

.. they can even put in their own soap! by Mrs. Arch Blakfy,
program cMirman. Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the

Gifts were presented to Mrs.R. .
COME SAVE as much as $120 J. Schroder. Mrs. D. D. Caudill safest milk for your baby.

and Mrs. Dulany: bv Mr" BJakey
The worlJ's favorite automatic washer for as in appreciation of their work tT. Homogenized: with the all-
I
much as 5120 less than other automatics . just the mission study presentation. J important Vitamin D added i is
a little more than ordinary hJrJ-\ )rk washers! The circle presented a gift to Mr: f
J F ("ol;;on. retiring WSCS: : I'rf''i-I the choice of many mothers for
de .t. with Mrs R. J :;=lmOn..1 i
BENDIX WASHERS PRICED/ AS IOW AS SJ99.U and 1\lu. \\". II Lair d..e\ted' tomake i baby feeding. Be safe when you

the ,
presentation.The
mST COME, FIXSTSEXVtD A TBOE'S croup ,'.-'t.d a donation to I buy III ilk- -look for the Alfar em

the fine art of S,-a--
dpartTS i
: ,:,! I I blem.
ntt Coliesre! Na.hville. Tenn :
i. .'t7 .. .... '1/I
'\ x, nred that regular nrclf 1
t ... < n :
t ,
: ; ;
; .r..t.-i:'" Will I i be 'ontinucdMr i it'r. !
/ ..sr-J..4. .'"
':J.r1':1 :l1h the "Immt months I LFA '
Week QI't",1 In the
Pahok e. n..ritb !i +-rv re .if r.-.rTJOf'hm..ot-%- M'J 'lBeBe
(' \ S'ivand Mr Duncan
CREAMERV

Pack.tt rt'-ho"f"4IU'I
Belle Glade --. .
MATHIS-BOE Glade Phone 20Page
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Mr Jamf's'ann was railed toN'or'h
i
Florida Cari-Ura last Reek by t.+*
A..th of a r..btlU.r... !

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28
May 194 S
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Page Five
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I. FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR [r Mrs. Parnell Enecks Postmaster Edward A. Jensen

who is on a vacation of
several
Is New Woman'sClub weeks.
I
"
II PresidentMrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Grimes ami

I daughter. Rebecca plan to lea";?

this week for Elizabeth City N.
Parnell Enecks
was installed -
C, where they will spend the sum
president of the Pahokee

Woman's Club at a luncheon I mer.Mrs.
Mildred
Schoeppel. countesocial
meeting in the clubhouse Tuesday.
worker for the Glade arev
Other new officers inducted by
I attended a recent conference o?
Mrs.
C. Raymond Durkee of
state social
workers held in Or-
West Palm Beach, past director j lando.
;
of District 10, who acted installing
as -
: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy:
officer, were Mrs
Clvd:?
and children plan to leave th'
Alley, first lice I !
.
pre'idt'ntIr.>:
week for their summer home in
W Louis Davis, ;second vice. presi- Dansville.: X. V.Midshipman .
dent: Mrs. W. R. Ea; Fremd
I Harry has
in!?' gp'retaIJ'Irs.. \\'. H. Jones,
been initiated into the Upsiloa
corresponding secretaryMrs.. V
Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order -
L. Geiger, treasurer Mrs. Lewis
according to word receive:
Friend, auditor and Mrs.
G. M.
from Chapel Hill. N. C.
Belk who acted as proxy for Mrs. - .
R. J. Schroder, parliamentarian.Mrs. .

Durkee presented the new
officers with small gifts and the 1

club presented Mrs. Durkee and

the new officers with corsage

Mrs. Leon Spooner, retiring president -

and the other retiring officers -
were In charge of luncheon
arrangemetns.A. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paulson

Miles Jr, of Okeechobee announ
.
the birth of a son, Gary Paul at
the Everglades Memorial Hospitnl

on May 20.Mr. .

and Mrs. Frank O. Hobsonof

Belle Glade announce the birt.n

of a daughter Nancy Elizabeth at

the Good Samaritan Hospital.

L. (Jack) Pope has returned West Palm Beach, on May 25.

to his home in Canal Point from - .

Tampa where he recently underwent -
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an operation for the removalof The American Academy: of Optometry -

a cataract from his eye. He was has announced that a

accompanied by Mrs. Pope. i charter has been granted for t

i Mr. and Mrs. Loy Duncan 01"i i Florida Chapter. Dr. Arthur S.

West Palm Beach were guests Kitchen. Clearwater is president;

Sunday of her mother, Mrs. M. J. | Pr. Walter C. Kennedy, Sarasota,

Hyatt an.l her brother Robert |i vice president: Dr. Karl K.

Hyatt in Boeville.Mrs. Ey<,ha1t'r. Tam p a. Secretary-

Olaf B.)e and Mrs Geo. 3. : Treasurer and Dr. Richard I* Ryer

Barney scent Tuesday in Miami were named members of board.THANKS .

attending a Bendix demonstrationschool. '

They were
Fuller Warren 42 :year old Jacksonville attorney, ho a the fi st of January become Florida's by Mrs. "Alabama"* accompanied:Mathis oJ'':
highest executive. Mr. Warren is a native of the sta -. ha\.np been born in Calhoun county inVest Fla. Belle Glade. l
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I Mr. and Mrs Neil Carlstson :'
At the recent PTA County ('.\1:1) OF THANKS !
Del\ioy a Announce and Mrs. Pauline Barnes of Miami
Council meeting in Lake Park the
We wish to thank the many were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. !
Pahokee PTA was New Office HoursIn
represented by
friends who were so kind and M. (Mack) Murphy in Pahokee'" the I I wish to thank my many
Mrs. D. W.
!
Cunningham,
president -
1 thoughtful during the illness and past week.
friends and supporters for their
Mrs. C. L.
and Mrs.
Shirley order' that more of its employees death of Mr. I. L. Burton. Espcially Miss Eva Gainey and Melvin I
T. S. Kirk and' the Canal Point efforts in my behalf in my race
may enjoy a five-day worK do we wish to thank the Masonsfor Spooner spent Tuesday in :
PTA Mrs. D. L. Miar.l. fOr commissioner..
by Friend presi- county
week Florida
Power &
Light their participation in the funeral on a prenuptial shopping tour.
dent, and Mrs. Conners.Classified Company, beginning June 5, will and the thoughtfulness on the! Mrs. Allme Elarbee of Foil

keep its business office closed 01 part of this splendid organization. Lauderdale is serving as substi JOHN T. PICKETTJoe

Saturdays P. P. deMoya.\ district The DeLoach Family tute postmaster at the Pahoke

AdsFOR manager, has announced. And Robert. postoffice during the absence o!
"Two full days of rest and recreation -

SALE: New and used Willys : for our employees on weekends -
will result," deMoya stated I. .
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JE'f'ps.'alter Ashley Garage In
'I "and we feel that the public wl;! '
Belle Glade, Phone 126. Jllcti
agree'" with us in this stop which I *
FOR SALE: 1 new office desK. benefits our employees."' We are is a popular PARTY LENERHe's

Walnut finish 1 blonde cedar following a plan that many business -

chest Call 3261 or 560, Mrs. T. C. firms have already adapted- '
Richardson. tf DeMoya stated that the local I Y

office will be open to the public

LACK OF SPACE due to coming from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. diily.: Monday -

litters forces me to offer fo: : through Friday. He stressed !

sale my liver and white :show win- I however, that emergency telephone

ning male English Springer Spaniel. calls, as in the' past may r
Priced reasonable to good he made at any hour. II J

home. Phone 4862 after 6 p. m. Customers who wish to pay bili ion :1'Z

M21colSEPTIC Saturday may drop their bills I

and payment through a slot in the
tanks and I
grease traps door of the company's office. Envelopes -
cleaned and repaired phone
are provided at the door
3872, Bob DouthIt Pahokee. M17e
for this
purpose. The depository

USED CABS FOR SALE: 1939 is also available for "after hours'

Chevrolet 5 passenger coupe payments ard in the evenings. :

with radio ST93.0O. 1941 Chevrolet "Should the customer not have

4 door sedan with radio $99 the exact amount of Chang indicated 4.I

1942<< Ford coupe $895. Christian by the bill", deMoya explained -

Chevrolet. Phone 593 Pahokee. "any amount of over paymentwill
Fla. Itp. be credited on his next bi!l.
This applies to mail payments also. -

NOTICE: Anyone to whom I. L. The majority of our customers

Burton of Canal Point was indebted already UM" the mail for tiayinir

should get in touch witn bills aulfOf its convenience.

the undersigned: Mrs. W. C. De- - _
Loach. Canal Point Fla. ill NM
1 Kdwm nice son of Mrs Paulin ?

FOR SALE: PedigreedCocke_ Rice, is scheduled to receivei

Spaniel puppies. Black. Seen bachelor science degree in acnjctilti'r -

week old wormed and inoculatedfor I lit the University: : of Flo.I -- '

distemper K. F Cu-.hman. Pahokee. (I i.la thi s 7>nr.c Edwin i!! erne o*
Phone 4vJ2. 'tJ-e 12 Palm Beach County !stud' : r
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tuUI.t:: 11M7 Ford F'ergusoTractor candidate.i I -

5 foot duo.. Fertilizer
tv this srrirc and will receive h.sRS : *
and s..r. Lift: ani trailer D. U .\ at the a-r: &:4 t: \
open tra: :iatirc'rxerrise /MJ\
Plow. Call It K. Raoade. phon.. t.If beM "n Florida
2614.
3p Fed Gainesville, on June 7 : considerate of aU.* i
.
CHILLS ft: FEVER ---- f He ;g.ves: ca'1' 1 : arty t--c: to an .

W A. DUE TO MALARIA W (Cin5fimjrhJ, left Tuesday,,_ ,I He never interrupts!. when hr.e is in use i

Sumter. S. C where! Mr Stevens ; He releases lids in emergency
RELIEVED/-/ will be encased In the %-epttable i ideal !

in that area and Mr Cud: i,

BY->J boo nr.chom plans to attend a claMreuoloa :'UIHRN bill TELEPHONE: AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYFriday

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Miss Anderson To Annual Installation this year's installation banquet an Church Women rating committee, Mrs. Sam Mc-
For their assistance in making Kinstry Jr., and Mrs. G. Lawton
Receive BachelorOf B&P Woman's ClubJ. outstanding success the club Appoint CommitteesAt Sims co-chairman. Mrs. Vinson

wishes to thank Edith Cross. Lor- Henderson Mrs. E. B. Johnson
Arts Degree
Tom Watson Jr., president cJ raine Vann and Hazel Chastain for a recent board of directors Mrs. F. M. Wilson. Mrs. J. M.
the lovely fern and cut flower of the PahokeeCanalPoint Gresham and Mrs. R. J. Schroder;
radio station WSWN. was gue.tspeaker meeting
Miss Margaret Anderson of Pa- decorations; Mrs. Ralph Stanley, "Church: Woman" publication committee -
at the annual installation Council of Church Women
Florida will be
hokee, graduatedfrom
her helper and the home economics Mrs. M. P. Holman and
Scarritt College. Nashville, banquet of the Everglades Business girls, Wynell Gillis. Wanda Harper held in the Canal Point Baptist Mrs. C. L. Sutart co-chairman.

Tennessee on June 4th with a and professional Woman's Patsy Elliott and Shirley Watson Church. Mrs. John A. Dulany. Tile board voted to conduct the

Bachelor of Arts degree. She Is Club held Tuesday night in the Pa-! for a bountiful meal and excel- council president appointed the annual election of officers on
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. J. hokee Woman's Club building. lent service; and Doris Carter. following standing committees: World Communion Day Friday.

Anderson of Pahokee and befor"! The speaker gave an interestingtalk Faye Abling and Sarah Thomasfor Chain of missions committee Nor. 5.Rev .
coming to Scarritt attended Pam on "The Progress of Womenin the fine program of entertainment Mrs. C. L. Shirley and Mrs. A. R. . .
Beach Junior College. Government. Harrington, co-chairman Mrs. O.
.Upon her graduation Miss Anderson At the beautiful and Impressive R. Bleach Mrs. E. L. Pope Mrs. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and
will be Director of Touts candlelight installation ser- Oscar Chastain Mrs. R. D. Dur- eon of Lake Worth visited friends
Work and secretary to the Pastorof vice the following newly elected WMU Circle Welcome rance and Mrs. C. M. Todd; nomi in Pahokee on Tuesday.
the First Methodist Church.
Lake City, Florida officers were inducted: Saran Two New MembersMrs. _____ u _____ ____________ ________ __ __
Thomas, president; Faye Ablin ,
Scarritt College which Is partof first vice president; Doris Carte, I W. W. Smith and Mrs. Boas '
the University Center of Nash- Levins welcomed as new
were
second vice president; Lois Mock I
ville, is a co-educational senior recording secretary; Rethelle Dob-I members of the Lucy Jones Circle,
college and graduate school for row, corresponding secretary, and First Baptist WMU at a meeting 2.
Beginning Wednesday June . .
the advanced and specializel train- Violet Hall, treasurer. Sara Creech at the home of Miss Nina Brigga ,
ing of social religious workers I II
Tuesday afternoon.
immediate past president of the
who are greatly in demand oy State Federation acted as instal- :Miss Briggs presented an illustrated II, Our Store {I.I I.Ii I.I.I I
church and social agencies both in devotional basedon I ,
ling officer. program
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the United States and abroad. 13 Also on the program Mrs. Creechgave "The Lord's Prayer." At the

program is based upon a definitelv a brief talk on "The Florida conclusion of the meeting members Will Be Closed il ilI ,
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Christian philosophy. A number of Federation of Business and Professional of the circle gave a handker-
Missionaries on furlough and for- Woman's Clubs." The chief shower, honoring Miss :

eign born students were enrolled at club woman's collect was given by Briggs who is leaving soon for the I During The Summer On
Scarritt College this year. Their Ruth Dorsey. Elizabeth Knecfcs North where she will continue her I: I!
foreign: experience and contacts
rlaved piano selections and Jean. mission work through the summer
flavorto
international
contribute an
months.Mr. .
danced the "Toe Waltz.
what the college offers in formal Cough A message of appreciation to officers . + Afternoon !
training. Scarritt graduates go out who have served the club and Mrs. Roy Stamps. :\1.. Wednesday i iIi

all over the nation and into all the during the past year was delivered and Mrs. L. L. Jenkins of Bradenton :- I I:
world active workers in social,
as last weE.'kendth Mr. :
: by Tommie Lee DuBo=e, retiring spent
educational and religious service .pr eident. The program wa3 and Mrs.V.. O. Stamps and fam-
that helps to advance human wel .
Pahokee.Mr.
in
("oncllldt"dth the group singing I ily 1
fare. of "Perfect Day", led by Faye -

.. . AWmtr: with Elizabeth Enecks at and Mrs. A. J. Culbersoi Western Auto Store
the piano. of Pahokee spent last week ;a: Ii

Men's Bible Class Gifts were presented to th r-->- West Palm Beach with their soa :

AttendanceIt tiring president the guest speaker and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. K. I
Has Good
and the installing officer a.. Culberson. who have moved ti I. M. Lair. Owner Pahokee
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I tokens of the club's appreciaiton :Belle Glade this week where :Mr. :
is most gratifying, although
for their services, with Alma Far- Culberson is salesman with the i
summer is here, to find the attendance i 1 I 'a =-=-=
row making the presentation. Merita Baking Company.
Pahokt"eIt"n'b
of the J I
Bible Clas!" above its average of I
the busy farming season just
terminated. Nothing in particular -
is being done toward this en i.

Hence, it is of commendable sig-
nificance that the. "teaching of Everglades Special--The Insley Dragline

the Bible," attraction is gradually -
enabling the class to reach its
goal of 200"in enrollment.This . .
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is a large order for the siz -
t
of Pahokee. but not impossible of -1
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fulfillment for, "God is able." f, ...t.' ,.,. ......
Sunday's lesson, based upon the ..
Book of Daniel is most timely in

view of present day conditions.:
Who was Daniel? Who was Nebuchadnezzar -
? What did he

dream? Does it yet await fulfill-

ment? Where are the Nedes? The t ..
Persians? The Greeks? The
j H
mans? What about Ro-I .
How did Daniel know? These and
I
other questions will be answered
based upon the Bible.
The class enjoyed the singing of
the quartet last Sunday. Messrs. J

Grimes. Spooner. Butler and Cow- .m
art will again favor this SundayAll ,
unaffiliated men and visitorsare

most cordially invited to attend -

and join this group which
meets Sundays at 9:45 in Fellowship -
Hall on Bacom Point Roa.). F-

Rev. C. A. Moberg is the teacher. -

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Major and Mrs. P. Andrew -

Keyes" and children have returnedto .
Mar on. Ga. after a visit witn
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

Sanders in Pahokee:


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I want to thank my hundreds of friends and supporters in the Everglades district of
Palm Beach County for returning me to the office of County Commissioner for another
term of Four Years. I am deeply grateful to those who so ardently worked in my behalf
and gave my candidacy serious consideration. I wish it possible that I could thank each
one personally in the Canal Point. Pahokee. Chosen. Belle Glade and South Bay precinctswho
cast a vote to return me to the County Commission.In .
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coming months let's forget politics and get down to the business of building a bigger
and better Everglades. I will do my utmost to carry en my share of the work for
betterment of our section of Palm Beach COJnt). At all times I want you to feel freeto .
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