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: January 31, 1947
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00267
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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RECENTOPERATIONS I I FromVashington L. L. Stuckey Returns I People To Vote On Streamline Slagged By Road CountyThe New Elks Lodge Is

County Race Track Chartered MondayFor
i L .L. Stuckej. chairman of the Muck City road from whereit

-- Florida vegetable Committee is intersects the State Market

By Paul Rardin I; back at his home in Pahokee after Tuesday, Feb. 25th. Road was hard surfaced yesterday Belle GladeBelle

attending several important com- out as far as Streamline according -

mittee meeting with other mem- to Count CommissionerPaul
Tue:-dav'. February 25 was .!set Glade lodge. No. 1716
of ; bers of the! committee inVa- Rardin, under whose direction -
Sam Chastaln. member the bv the Palm Beach CountCom BPOE. was instituted at the Amer-

ington. During the past few the work was done. The road
Everglades Drainage District I mission ican Legion hall Monday night
on Monday as the date fora ;
months Mr has rebuilt and oiled
Stuckej; pent a was prime in
Board. was guest speaker at considerable i amount of time in be- special election in Palm Beach I preparation for the final coat of by Charles L. Broughton, grand exalted -
the of I ruler of Sheboygan Wis,
yesterday's meeting of the Paho- half of the vegetable committee county on question whethera rock which was put on yesterday.
horse-ncmg track shall be built I and other national officers. A total
kee Rotary club The board mem- I While Washington !he appeared A new bridge also has been built I
1 on a tract of land between Belvedere of 78 persons were initiated andA.
ber familiarized Rotarians with I before the reciprocity and information : acra-s the canal on this
I Road and Okeechobee Road f: Kirchman was installed as
<"OTni te. lar road, the
i commissioner
the financial set-up of the drain- particu-I'
exalted ruler of the local .
j vest of the eaboard Air Lin0 lodge.Other
district and the !I -----
age manner in ----- Railroad track. west of West officers instilled were L.

which the hoard member are I Palm Beach. The project L, estimated Feb. 6 Date Set For C. Btzner,leading knight: Ralph
striving to liquidate the bonded New Sugar Mill Is to cost $300.000. ; i York loyal knight: Sam Berry

indebtedness. Mr. Chastain was Action bv the County Commission lecturing knight: Fred A. Simmons

optimistic in his statement that Assured Glades Co. came when Charles H. War- Foot Ball Banquet I Ii secretary: Frank Dooley.

the district would probably be |I I v irk. Jr. West Palm Beach attor- treasurer: trustees, James A. Bill,

debt free by 1955. During the I "E''''. appeared before the commission C c. Green Herbert Beck. R Y.

course of his talk he pointed out I 'Mfore Haven Democrat) representing the Palm Beach i Pahokee Lions at their Tuesdav I Creech and Harold Rabin.

that only "faith in this area" J. E. Caldwell president and 'r Jockey Club, and presented a petition -I luncheon meeting made plans for I I More than 300 attended the barbecue -

could have brought the district I L. Welch, member of Ruth L.I' askmsr the commission to I the football dinner held annually j I which was held after the
the times that it I for the Pahokee and Belle Glade installation.
through tough Inc. of \bbeville. La., left call the election I initiation and Priorto
has experienced Mr. Chastain'stalk High School football squads under the two ceremonies. Elks attended -
doubt in the minds of the people Warwick pointed out that last!' I '
was informational and thor- the Florida State Racing i the joint sponsorship of the pahO- a dinner at the Gala club
here today that the company is year I
oughly enjoyed by those present. kee and Belle Glade Lions Clubs I in South Bav -
moving a mill from Louisiana to Commission denied a permit to the !
The dinner will be an outdoor affair The national exalted ruler is
Moore Haven and that present club on the grounds that such action -
The annual convention of the | to be held on the banks of St. founder of the Elks' Crippled
plans are to have it operating by would be illegal but the mat- I
National League recently held in I Lucie Canal on the evening of Children's commission and one of
the first of December.The ter was taken to the Supreme i
Palm Beach has been pronounceda Feb. 6. Named on the local com the persons who organized the
two officials met with as Court which in a unanimous decision I
decided success by all who attended mittee to work with a Belle Glade Wisconsin Elks associative
many of the farmers of the area ordered the racing -
A great deal of the credit as could be summoned on short no- to issue the permit. Tha Lions committee in making ar- A temporary group had been

for success must go to the general tice at the courthouse at one attorney said that the project rangements for the football din- formed prior to last night and had

chairman. Roy Segree. who work- o'clock this afternoon. J. E. Frierson would add much;;;. the entertain- ner were Rupert Mot:- La's n.aoo. Arrangements for the new

ed,for months to put it over in *acted as chairman of the ment features bf: this area. It Friend. Jerry Gold. J. H. Wilkmfon. lodge to be instituted.

grand style. That Roy did a Jr., Jean Bacon. M. Rice
is understood that this will be a
meeting and both Mr. Caldwelland ---- ---
splendid job was evidenced by the feature. Warwnck Mike Sanders. J. E. Sullmger. Jr.
Mr. Welch discussed the harness-racing
clock-like manner in which the plans of the sugar corporationso also said that it is contemplated A. R Harrington and Earl A.I I I Crop ReductionIs

whole program was expedited.Roy later if plans go through to establish Lindrose. RecommendedReduced
as possible.
The Lions contributed $52 to
is anxious however that
afternoonthe an inside polo field at the I
Flying; in
every person who had a committee track. the march of dimes campaign
conferred with Mr. Frier-
men planting of most county
appointment or aided in any way all through individual collections at
other interested The election will be open to I
and partiesbut
son the Included in this sum crops is recommended in a report
He out meeting.
get full credit. pointed qualified electors and will not be I
returned last night to Miami. $5 received for head of cabbage prepared bv the State's Productionand
been a
that it would have impossiblefor restricted to freeholders, it was was ,
Thi were met at I
morning Marketing Administration
him to on without the auctioned off by Malcolm
carry vote will
of the
said A majority
Riddle Field by Mr. Fnerson and and the extension service which
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and Millar
able assistance of each every and petitionerswnll
decide the matter
were taken at once to Clewiston I I Duncan was released Tuesday by County
President Padgett
who worked so admirably
person the costs of the special
for success of the convention. where they confered with Charles pay i| named M. I. Keen L. J. Fraser A. I Agent M U. Mounts.

t I _6.- E Wetherald. executive \.ice-pres-I election. - J. Lively. Rupert Mock and Mrs. Covering all Florida crops, the

ident of the u. S Sugar Corporation Dorothv Graham on a committee I pamphlet states that both domestic -

Suggest A RemedyFor and other corporation officials -. Closed Season For to make arrangements for the and foreign demand for agricultural -

Indigent Rule 1 Mr \\etnerald repeated to. Lions annual ladies night program products is still high
them his previous pledges of cooperation the date to be announced He al- since most of the world if living;

with the new company, 1 Month This Year so named O O Gilbert to assist off current food supply, with nochan't
Provisions to indigentand
old- said that seed cane would he made J. H. Barwick on the sight conservation > of building a surplus un-

other persons drawing available to them and agreed that I I committee til next jearHowever .
age pensions who have had these TALLAHASSFE The state I i is
independent growers now raising Dr. Charles E Creel guest accurate planning
pensions cut off when they entered cane for processing by the Clewi. came and fresh!' water fish commission 1 speaker gave a talk on The necessary to produce the crops!

State institutions': to continue ton mill would be released: next Tuesrlaannounc'd reduc- I History and Control of Tubercxilocis -' needed in the world market, it

receiving their pensions were season if the corporation were tion of the 1Q47 closed season or I ,"' continues, adding that farmers canexpect

considered Monday at the matingof I notified: bv the first of August bt; fishing by one month exceptin Roy' Segree thanked the Lions even higher productioncosts

county commissioners that this cane was wanted to the third conservation district. : assistance in a in the coming var
of Commissioner !'!' for their preparing
At the request give the new rom enough: cane Fishing for bass formerly was : barbecue dinner for members: of On the subject of winter truck

Lake L\'tal. West Palm Beach for a profitable first season (lp-I rrohibited in March and April in j the National League Wholesale crop . if they are producedin
record as
went on I
the commission Beach eration all parts of the state. but the comi i Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Distributors as large quantities as last season. -

recommending to Palm i . mission, said': warm weather hid tour they are expected to bring
-- during their recent
county legislators': that they tike hastened spawning and the fish somewhat lower price than in

steps in the 1< 47 legislative session t Future Farmers will bo protected onlydurin II of the called Glades.for A this director Friday meetingwas night 194-46. The principal reasons are
such receiving -
to assure person the first second abundance of other food
Will Attend Fair March this year in I -- -- greater
such pensions even of manufactured -
fourth and fifth districts and an
they may have become charges of I The closed season will bo two Clewiston Resident goods through 144.
members of the PahokeeChapter. :
the State Sixty months lone in the third district. Died On SundayJames "Potatoe are particularly
explained Monday that Future Farmers of i will tof"
It wis that
located in the cooler northern c.--I I singled out as a crop
by the listlegislature : America are planning to attend
Uvv passed not keep
such a do
tion of the state! It includes Ba>. in distress! !' if producers
I c2. died Sunday
J Kchols -
but that it failed to ttl'tah' Fair i:1Yampa next Escambia Franklin. Gad I within the reduce recommendedgoals
make it operative when the lawmakers -I week according t.. Richard Calhoun. I, mornmc Jan 2"). in Clewiston! 1947 Approximatelyfi0.n4i0.liO
,'t.Jt'n Gulf. Holmes' Jackson Jef- : for
neglected to make necessary -, Brook chapter ad\jx The boys Wakulla where he had lived with his daughter ) bushel! will not b* moved
ff'r'n. Leon Liberty "
appropriation.*. At the prt'Ii i will leave for fair in two chartered I since arming in OwiMon above government sup-
Santa Rosa Walton and at or
ent time Commissioner Lvtal estimated Greyhound! bus* at Canal j from Roanoke Ala three years UHf
is costing and will Washington counties I He had been ill for several port prices
that this condition Point S 30 a m Friday II apo
At the same time the commi --
Palm Beach county about $*>00 return i und3Y. They will sleep m weeks

month the barracks at MicDi1 Field Mon reported election of Lester'i Survivors include three daugh- Urges Farmers To
per I I"DIU : C'hairman' .
Varn of Jackson.vil as
- through the courtesy cf tte UArmv S. J tens. Mrs D W heppard of
I of the body. He succeeds L. G i Turn In ReportsC
(",\ IV IlOM'ITlt j I Glenn. Ga :Mr C H Avers and ,

The Charter has tentative plansof Moms of Monticell" I Mrs! D H CoTnack of n"w1"ton: --- -
Principal D. I*. Caudill wasMncken entente some' exhibits and the four sons Grady Echol of Canal II TMd r. field representative -

ill while attending the boys are counting on. a big time Dr. Kathryn Abbey Hanna, noted Point Dow EchoL of PelicAn of the Agricultural Conivation **/-.

Palm Beach County school teachers Saturday which is FFA day at the Florida political scientist and Lake. Ralph Echols of Clewiatcn. I association requests that

and officers meeting in West fair. sociologist of Rolhcs College and W J. Echols of Naples; also all farmers who will participate

Palm Beach Tuesday and underwent warns that unless there Is a radical 20 grandchildren in the conservation program during -
The t was xrt to RoAroke 1S*4'7 register with him at hit
an appendectomy at St Mrs Ray Burgin cf Kansas charge in the system of irterAnencan >br.l\

Mary's Hospital there Wednesday City Mo., visiting: relatives and relations the entire system Ala., for funeral service. and bur- r.U1e.in the Sanders building InI

morning friends here tills week will break down. ial by Berry's Funeral Horre Belle Glade en cr before March 1:.

Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, January 31. 1947
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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing ting to Kings Presidents Supreme r ,

Courts and the Congress. When I

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Little Caesar learned that it was MANY ITEMS: FOR THE FARM I I

Established 1924 Publish"ed planned to use the University of
Every Friday
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Tampa blew his band top on and the thumbed pirate ship down he Recent shipments permit us to state

the whole that now supply with ;
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn show. we can you
Since the Mystic Krewe of Gas-
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter
. parillo is an independent organization I PLAIN and BARBED :
the ruling does not affect tile
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher"
Fair itself and such bands and
musical acts as are scheduled on : WIRE FENCE ;

Sugar By EasterThe the Fair program are not affected.It .

nation's housewives may be able to tear up their will probably be pretty tough ; for that farm land fencing you have :

sugar ration coupons before Easter. There's a strong possi- rade trying without to stage any a professional Gasparilla mu-pa- been contemplating. Also a limited :

bility the new congress will free householders from sugar sicians but with a flock of up-and- amount of chicken fence wire
industrial of I Ii
rationing after April 1. But users sugar- coming snappy school and college ,

bakers, candy, ice cream and soft drink makers, the food bands the public wouldn't know

and drug trade-can't expect full decontrol before the end the difference. For my part I'll i Farm I I

of 1947. rather watch a high school or college Implements ;
Sugar is the single commodity still rationed under the band than any so-called pro- ,

government's wartime emergency powers. Federal author- fessional! outfit in the business : NOW AVAILABLEPost t

ity to dole it out to individuals and industries will end with and I imagine a lot of other folks :

the expiration of the second war powers act March 31. Un- feel the same way about it. Any- Hole Diggers Handy Andies : I

less it's decided to wipe out all controls over sugar distribu- how, I can promise you that we'll 4 Forks Axes Jacks Hoes i
have a bang-up Gasparilla parade ;
of world scarcity- .
tion an unlikely move in the face I
with without Mr. Petrillo for if
congress must work out a new set of rules. worst comes to worst we can put I ; Shovels Spades

When debate quickens on this issue, the legislators are Elsie in the parade and let her I :
likely to propose outright abandonment of consumer rationing blow her horns and see what Mr. Step and Extension Ladders ;

while retaining a modified system of allocating Petrillo could do about that. I I

sugar to industrial users. Price controls on sugar will term- Field Water Jugs Trimming Shears I
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when the OPA extension act expires. The I I
inate on June 30
agriculture department, fearful of prices soaring as highas Soul Winning Class Several Types of Lawn Mowers I i

50 cents a pound will ask that ceilings be kept on this Guest Of WilkinsonsA When desiring to make purchases in glass, por- I
commodity at least through 1947.-Wall Street Journal.
celain or aluminum cooking ware, come into our I

class of some twenty young household apparatus department and you will finda I

Newsprint TreesThe married people and friends attended fine and wide selection of utensils. We have

newsprint shortage is being felt by older and bigger Sunday night the first sessionon quite a supply of desirable electric gadgets irons, I'

newspapers than ours. Winston-Salem Journal and the book "The Plan of Salvation" cookers, broilers, toasters; lamps, music boxes and
which will be Sunday
taught -
Sentinel announce they are having to restrict advertisingand radio
nights for about three months,
i issue abbreviated editions because they cannot obtain
in Baptist Fellowship Hall by the
sufficient newsprint for their needs. pastor. Rev. C. A. Moberg. This I
The newsprint shortage i is a real one and will take a long class is open to all interested. It

time to correct. Worse than the shortage is the demand, hopes to build the class to fifty. BETZNER'STHE !i

which is now greater than ever before, and which makes Following the prt.'achingserv <'t.. |

the shortage appear acute when there is actually more to the surprise of all. those in attendance I HARDWARE STORE

newsprint being 1 produced than ever before. But peopleare were invited to the homeof I,
advertising and publicity conscious these: days. Their the president and s'ial"ice STREET BELLE GLADE FLA.

demands are excessive. They do not seem to realize that president. Mr. and Mrs. James I I'I

paper comes from trees which have to be grown and thatit Harry Wilkinson for refresh .
ments. Those accepting were Mr
takes many years to grow them.-Sanford Herald.
and Mrs B. Starling- Mr. and-j
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Mrs. Ralph Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. ''I'III
000 miles visited 91 cities and received '
Charles Wilkinson Rev. and Mrs PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ.
of welcome in 77. She II
TOO LATE TO keys C. A. Mobergr. Radford Wright
is a direct descendant of the cow
F. W Peterson. Clark Hull. Ellis
that jumped over the moon-her Wilkinson Ruth Cochran. Elou--e :, W. R ASH L E Y
CLASSIFYBy owners claim-a great grandmother
Unwin Roy O'Neal and Mrs I
and in 1946 at long last she Dorothy Baker. Because of the : JEWELER Belle Glad Fla.
( Russell Kay) somewhat emulated that ancestorby ,IlI I
fellowship enjoyed it was decidedto
. making her first airplane flight continue this program' hence. :i GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
8.000 miles of it. She flew from
You know there Is one advant- the attendants of the class this d
age in being the secretary of the New York to California, then to Sunday will be invited to the homeof
Florida State Fair-It a fellow's Texas and return for appearancesat
gets Mr. and Mrs. R. Grimes ,following .
fair and fiestas. With her flew
mind off politics for a while. the preaching service.
her two and half ton boudoir --
just looked at my watch to findit a r
was three o'clock and I'd been her two charming milkmaids, her .

so busy galloping around the Fair personal veterinarian and a manager Blue Devils Net

Grounds that I forgot all about .
lunch worse than that. I hadn't This year unable to secure plane Squad TrouncedThe

even looked at the paper to see reservations, due probably to I ; Benzene Hexachloride i

how many Governors they had inGeorgia heavy tourist travel to Florida Pahokee High Blue Devil i
or who if anybody, was she is making the trip in her cow- basketball team was defeated 67 : r t

Comptroller of the State of Flor- palace car. a Creamliner, and she to 35. by the Kentuckey Military : 1 ORGamtox
is due to arrive in Tampa. February Institute in a game played at the I I I -I,
ida.Have I 3 where she will be met by a The I '
been spending most of the local gym Tuesday night. i
day going over plans for the proper group of South Florida mayors game118.5'\ originally scheduled to '' 1
reception and entertainment of and other dignitaries.Elsie's be played at Venice. Fla., this 'I 'I I
favorite flower which
one of our distinguished guests Friday night but there was some ;
she invariably wears necklace in dates and Coach Clyde i i I j
Elsie the Cow. Elsie made her mixup I .
fashion is a black-eyed-susan; but of I
debut at the New York Worlds Alley was surprised the first
she likes orchids too. They are the week when the cadets arrived
Fair and since then has become I
the moat famous cow in the world. delicious, she thinks to top offa upon the local scene raring to : Is effective in controlling the following ;
salad. She'll find new I
You probably recall how Oscar the play. Alley rounded up his men .
delicacies in Florida our delicious and the was on. In the pre- :
Ox journeyed all the way from game pests ;
citrus pulp for example and molasses -
Devil second
the Blue !
New York liminary
Silver Springs to dragging : i
his ox-cart behind him to the feed from the canefields of team was downed 45 to 20 by thecadets' .I I '
the Everglades. I
door of the Florida Exhibit.Elsie second string.
very :
was so impressed that she Elsie's velvet lined boudoir with Last Friday night the Blue GRASSHOPPERSSTINK
its four poster bed dressing table, West where
Devils went to Key
invited him to be her guest at the
Borden Exhibit. Oscar did a swell oil paintings of her relatives and they also received a trouncing. ; BUGS
assortment of cosmetics rivals Next week on Tuesday night they
job of selling Florida to Elsie and
anything that a Hollywood star date and on Wednesday
he left her with plenty of sandin have an open THRIP
might boast Jars and bottles night still itching for their
her hoofs. In onsequence ElsieIs
contain such things as day cream first victory of the season, they .
to Florida this winter APHIDS
coming headache pills, leg make-up, hoof- will play Clewtston in the local
and her elaborate boudoir is beingset
at I| ease powder horn polish tail gym. The last of the week on
in the Flower Building
up 1 wave mouth gargle and night Saturday night they will. travel to CUTWORMS
the Fair. I
I cream. You are cordially invitedto Delray Beach for a return game t :
Elsie is ten years old. a blue- visit Elsie during the Fair and with the Seahawks. CELERY WORMS !

blooded purebred Jersey, pride of will find her in her boudoir from I
the Borden herd. She was born in February 4 to 15 in the Flower I WORMS OX CELERY :
193fi. but it was not until 1939 Building. CurrierBarwickMr

that she became internationallyfamous. While Elsie seems to be doing I
At the cost of millions okey. not so Jose Gasper and his and :\I;E W. Barwick are

of dollars for advertising pre the Mystic Krew of Ga5panlla It I announcing the engagement of_
Portion Company has featured seems the pirate chief has run into their daughter Man' Kate to Mr j
Elsie and her immediate family a problem that i* too tough) even I Lewis W Curner Jr.. son of Mr '
which include* Elmer her hus.Hand. for him for he has just learned- I! and Mr L W Curner of Bell j,
Cousin Bart Great Aunt I: that alside modern diy pirates I' Glade and D-lray Beach. Fla Miss
Bees and Uncle Bo worth in '
he is a babe-in-the-woods for Barwick graduated: from BelleGlade
countless advertisements. Just Petnllo. the- Czar of music. hascalled ': High School also attended (:

about everyone i* familiar with out his musicians and will j Stetson University Dland. Fla. I i iMr BRED-RITE SEEDS
this famous bovine family and because I not permit them to participate in 1 Curner graduated from Del- .

of this fact everyone gets I either the Gaspanlla Parade or ray High School, attended Ur.i\er-
a thrill out of seeing Elsie in person the Coronation Ball i I city of Florida before entering the Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201 !

It sem that Mr PetrtJlo is just armed forces" where he served :33 ,

Sine the New" York World' I as much at home telling pirates!I month in the Army Air Corps

Fair Elsie has traveled over loo.-i where to head in as he Is in dicta- No wedding' date has been set 'l I



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x : ; ;" Time marches back-300 years-as visitors wander into the
; -* historic Spanish Mission Sugar Mill and Gardens at Port Orange SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS i i

.d Florida, only recently opened to the public. The mill is I
situated close to U. S. Highway No. 1, three miles south of For Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplies,
Daytona Beach. The original mission was founded as an out- write or call at
post between 1602 and 1625 and was several times abandoned
because of Indian raids. Shortly after the English came into
possession of Florida the Colonists converted the old mission RHODES APPLIANCES j
mill and the massive ruins, with of the
into a sugar portions Avenue "A"
rF .s ingenious furnace, boiling tanks and crystallizing vats still are
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intact. Photo at left shows the sugar boiling pans into which I
sugar can juice was poured and boiled until it crystallized Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal
S into brown sugar, the form commonly used in Colonial times. Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all
Above, a view of the giant steam doyen rollers which crushed
r_ the sugar cane. Visitors who ha\e seen the historic old mill makes and styles.

framed in a lovely garden setting. hale acclaimed it as one of ------ - .- ---
Florida's outstanding scenic attractions. ,
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Time marches back-300 years r I:: oned because of Indian raids. it crystallized into brown sugar, !
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-as visitors wander into the his-I Shortly after the English came into the form commonly used in Colon- j

toric Spanish Mission Sugar Mill possession of Florida the Col- ial times. Above a view of the i Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof I
and Gardens at Port Orange Flor onists converted the old mission
ida, only recently opened to the \ into a sugar mill and the massive giant steam driven rollers which
!I all sizes and varieties for
public. The mill is situated close ruins, with portions of the in- crushed the sugar cane. Visitors
to U. S. Highway No. I, three I 1 geniou furnace, boiling tanks and who have seen the historic old your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

miles south of Daytona Beach.I'' crystallizing vats still are intact. mill framed in a lovely garden I

The original mission was founded i]j Photo at left shows the sugar boil- sf'ttinghave acclaimed it as one :

as an outpost between 1602 and Ing pans into which sugar cane of Florida's outstanding scenic at-
s I I as like it. We organized and to doa
are equipped
1625 and was several times aband- juice was poured and boiled until tractions. you i
thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As I

Class Contest Is etc. A graphic record will be displayed -i 1 more about or join the Methodist II I

in the Sunday School mark-i Church on Saturdays from 11 to always, you are

To Start Canal PointThe ing each class progress. The mem- 12 noon. Together we shall study welcome at our I'

bers of the winning class will each about what it means to be a Chris-

start of a class contest in be presented with a fitting award tian and what the Methodist I
NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
the Sunday School of the Canal at the close of the contest on or Church believes. The class will
i I Limits West Palm Beach Florida
City ,
Point Methdoist Church will be about Easter time. Our Sunday t be admitted to membership at
held on Sunday February 2. Eachof School attendance, building up.. Easter-time. All who desire such
the classes from the Primary toward a permanent figure of 10O help and who cannot attend these CO.

Department up will have a part in suffered a slight set-back last meetings whether they be youngor
the contest. Points will be madeon Sunday because many of our tiny I I old. are requested to call Mr. --------- -
the basis of attendance, prep- children did not make school whenit Blair (phone 2532) or see him in

aration, new members, class goals' rained. However this next person. He will be happy to give
such instruction at any time any-
I Sunday should see us reach and

hold the mark. D. L. Hooks, the where.

.:;:;;. lay leader of the church has . HomogenizedVitamin

promised a barbecue for the en- MINISTERS TO MEET 1

tire Sunday School when we reach -
Prince Theatre
and bold the 100-mark for three The Pahokee-Canal Point Min MilkAVAILABLE

Sundays in succeeeion . the at- isterial Association will meet with I D

tendance being averaged for the the Rev. A. J. Lively at the Epis-
Pahokee Florida
period. copal Church of Pahokee on Monday -

The Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill February 3, at 10:30 A. M. I : o
February 2 and 3 be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. All ministers of the Associationare

Hooks this week at a Fellowship urged tobe punctual as the AT YOUR

Party. The evening will feature a final plans for the "March-to- f
Sun.Mon.CHILLS musical skit, the members each Church-in-March" Campaign will
bringing some instrument, real or be drafted at this meeting. I I
toy. to play. Games and fun will I
highlight the evening. I
The Junior Fellowship meeting THE 1
Friday at 3 P .M. will make plans THE STATE OF FLORID IN AND I
i for a Valentine Party. The boys FOR PALM BEACH COUNTYIN ; Ii
and girls are making ,valentines. No. :Z2M3 LFACREAMERY I IIi
D as part of the fun. Each meetingalso GERMAIN PAUL GRAHAM.

sAMlt features a work period a I I -tc- Plaintiff : Ii

game period, and a Bible story! JULIETTE GRAHAM-ff'ndant. \ CO.
.session. The Junior Fellowship is NOTICE' TO APPEAR i I
open to all boys and girls 8-12 I To the Defendant.<< Juliette Graham IIi
A of I You are hf'rf'bTf'Qulrf'd to appear In Ii Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.
oNen years age. the aboie entitled suIt for tlvoroe on ,
oo uc The Young Married Fellowship I or before February 24th 1947: Use aDecree ,I
M entered II
Pro Confewo
last Mon
held a Parsonage Party against mu.wttness .
day and organize the group. mv har.d and the seal of .
Meetings are to be held on the said court at West Palm Beach. Florida -
January 18. 1947
- ,second \\Wednesday each month. j, J ALEX ARNETTE. Clerk ,
-- -- --I The next meeting will be on Feb. ': Circuit Court

12. Because of the church and ,, Circuit Court Br Thaddle Sean P Plant :12008 MATS ARE BACKTYrrs /
- Sunday School activities of itsmembers. Deputy Ork .
j I R C Pre'cctt. Solicitor for
ft FEVER the scope of the Fellowship Plaintiff
is social. All young marI Pub Jan. 24 k 31 & Feb 7 & 14 1947 w

DUE TO MALARIA ried couples" of the area are welcome -
to these meetir.C"' of real

RELIEVED fun and companionship. Eighteen
your men and women were present -
BY 666 at the first meeting. SHOP
CALM IW crt,m 4.frd The forninl'onhip Service: of STARTERS CARBURETORS, and
Canal Point Methodist Church at ELECTRIC MOTORS. !
11 A. M will be built on the All Work Factory GuaranteedRay
theme "You-and Your Church"_ : Eg'.eston lfgr Electric Dept
The Evening Service will be arrt' Dave n took man's THICK
.- ntatiln of the Sacrament of SPADED TO OaOEtt fOQ
CRYING FOR HELP Communion. 'I1eur long service Machinery: VJ X Seri Sales ice and MANY 1937-41 POPULAR iS:8.UfUYff Al'"
C:QS. N1000 37 50
which begins at 7 P. I.ill I N6CEQ' Foe iRer4T 'J 35
because of constipation or faulty dlcrstion take its theme from a short communion Phase 1UWCLFWISTON QSHICN L ReAR .
? If you fed bilious sour meditation The Hall cfHerres" FLORIDA S2.35 to $3.25 HlT'fAtX' ry IDCiOIM
bloated *ith gas headachy, blue
i ir
proudly, you may be putting too big All who desire to partake iI
a burden on your lixer. Retained undigested of the Sacrament sincerelyand I
food becomes putrefactive.causes reverently are welcome at our I IIOMK O\\1F.U AND /
toxins umcn overload theliver Bl'e
keeping It from sorting prop altar. = Ol'ERATEO
erly. Then Is the time to relieve your The Woman' Society of Christian !- AUTO
tired liver by letting Calotabs help CHIROPRACTORWEST
Service will meet at the parsonage ASSOCIATE
nature the and
sweep putrefactive P.MM BEACH ;
partially. digested matter from ,routatoni1 on Tuesday. February 4 MON WED md FRI I
and Intestines. Nothing acts at 2:00 P. M for its regular BZTLE GLADE more tssiPahokrr STORE
,liar like food old Calotab Use as c1- with Mrs. ,,-. T TCE3THCRa, ad SAT .
rected. ICc and 2Sc at your d.-ugsi monthly meeting Florida
Blair acting as h 6tU8.
CALOTABS i The minister will meet with all Suit XI-C3 Ccmwu' K4Ptct .
Take 3tM Wwx Pam Beacb. Fla.
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boys and prt who desire: to knew I i ______ __ ____ __ _


Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. January 31. 1947

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Mrs. Blakey Renamed Business Session I Safety Campaign Blanche Elizabeth's mother Mrs.R. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Fitzgeraldand
W. Bowers, who was celebrat- son, Charles Jr., and Mr. and
Circle ChairmanMrs. Held By S. S. WorkersIn I Starts February 1 ing a birthday anniversary.B. Mrs. J.: M. Fitzgerald of Farm-

S. Waring of Madison spent ville, X. C.. are guests of Mr. and

Arch Blakey was reelected the absence of the superin- MIAMI-In an effort to reduce Monday and Tuesday here on busi- Mrs. Pren Cate, Jr., in Pahokee.Mr. .

chairman of the SimonsonLairCircle tendent, O. O. Gilbert, who is out highway deaths and injuries furling "I ness. He was the dinner guest of and Mrs. Cleve C. Cruthird
cf town, the pastor Rev. C. A. : 19.1'.. Florida newspapers are]I Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ramey; Monday and their house guest. Mrs. Will-
Pahokee \VSCS, at a meet-
Moberg, presided at the monthly to launch a campaign starting evening. iam Bates, were overnight guests
. Ing Monday afternoon at the home business session of the teachers, February 1, patterned after a I|I I I Mrs. DuBrutz English of Mount of Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson

of Mrs. L \\". Armstrong. officers and workers of the Paho- similar program which met with (I Olive X. C., and Mrs. J. C. Ipockof in Chattachoochee Sunday.

Other officers elected for the kee Baptist Sunday School and great success in New Jersey. i New Bern. X. C.. returned homeMonday

coming year were Mrs. R. J. Training Union, in Fellowship Hallon Admitting their goal of a reduction -i : after a visit with Mr. and - -" ---- -
Schroder co-chairman; Mrs. William Monday night. The covered disj of 2000 deaths and injuries Mrs. Leslie Ipock in Pahokee. !

McClenithan, secretary; Mrs. supper was served at seven o'clock during 1947 will be a tough assignment Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Shope and

Joe Hatton, treasurer; Mrs. C. T. with Mrs. James Harry Wilkinsonand ;; the newspapermen pointto daughter. Sarah. and Miss Margaret -
Howes program chairman and Mrs. F. G. Gillis, hostesses. the New Jersey program in Corum have returned tJ Dr. R. Y. Creech, Jr.

Mrs. R. F. Hurt spiritual life Mrs. S. E. Gammage, assistant which the accident rate dropped their homes in Oteen. N. C.. aftera

chairman.The secretary read the minutes and fifty per cent the first month, and visit with Mrs. Pauline Rice : OptometristNew

group made plans for a I reported an enrollment of 401 for highway deaths were the lowestin I, and family in Pahokee. They were I t
Valentine supper pledge service January with total offerings in 15 years. accompanied back to North Carolina -
and social to be held at the churchon amount $2541.12 and an average The 13 weeks program will be I by Frank Rice of Asheville Elsberry

Friday. Feb. 14, at 6:30 p. m. attendance of 208. The goal is 300. sponsored by the Florida Press ( who spent several weeks here this Building
Mrs. Blakey gave a talk on Sec. F. G. Gillis called the roll. Association and the Associated season. I

"Korea" and Mrs. Hurt presenteda New teachers elected were the Dailies, who will release educa- Mr. and Mrs. David Jones: and

devotional program on 44The :hisser Betty Unwin and Mary tional stories and advertisementson children of Arcadia were guests of \ Belle Glade, Florida

Spirit of Giving." Mullis. Beginner Dept.. Mrs. T. highway safety. Mr. and Mrs. Claude S. Jones, in
Mrs. T. H. Abbey was welcomed Santo Primary Dept. and Mrs. L. - Pahokee Saturday.Paul .
t Mail in
as a new member and presentedwith N. Ipock. assistant teacher Young Jordon. of Avon Park and repairs
of flowers. Mrs. Class. The business ses-
a bouquet
; former Pahokee jeweler, was a
Schroder with a sion concluded with an inspiring or
was presented was
:: business visitor in Pahokee and
gift in appreciation of her workin address by Mrs. W. M. Du- Canal Point Wednesday.Dick I replacements

the circle. Plans were made to Bose Training Union Director on Bordeaux underwent an
observe birthdays of members at "Consecration." Following this, I
operation in Miami this week for II I I-
with Mrs. Armstrong went int othe depart- --- --
each meeting the assembly :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and removal of his appendix. I
: Mrs. McClenithan and Mrs. mental conferences, led by their Paul
daughter. Betty Jo Mrs. !
J. R. York named on the committee superintendants. The Mesdames and ,
Sasser :Mrs. Johnnie Davis
in W. A. C. Libhart M. Mullis .. ---
charge. Kemp. I
Bobby Phillips were called to = :
and Stella Mullis were appointed
Wauchula Monday by the critical
O. A. Bachelor is a business to serve as hostesses the next I illness of their aunt. Mrs. Linda i I

visitor in Jacksonville this week. meeting, Monday.February 24th. I Davis. Mrs. Davis U the motherof Authorized Dealers . .

Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hun I Mrs. Frank Bass, a former Pa i H! WISCONSIN: : COOLED ENGINES
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Robert had
have returned from Orlando where
hokee resident now living in \\'alI \-
they spent several days on busi- I as a recent guest. her sister Mrs. I chula.C. I' ALSO REPAIR PARTS
I Burton of Alabama.
ness. Henry E. Williams has accepted a
t. position with the \Voburn Chemi-
cal Company in Harrison. X. J. do any kind of Steel Construction at any place

John J. Adam is a patient at
Manufacturers Of
the Everglades Memorial Hospital

have moved from Lake Worth to
make their home in Pahokee with

I his parents." Mr. and Mrs. B. Wj MANUFACTURE: EVERYTHING TH.1T'SM.11)E
j Wood until they are able to find
i ,, an apartment. :'olr.'ood received : OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN

hH!' discharge" from the Army Air THE GLADES

Force the fir t of this month.
-i. : Donald Pad?ett plans to enroll! AGENT FOR ;)-\' CRIMP! AND COIIIIG.1TEU:11.1'MINil'M

!; as a student at the University of : ROOFINGCanal
Flo"ida. Gainesville .next week.

Mi and Mrs., J .R. Harper of

I i Kinsrn'and. Kans.. and ::Ir-. Jen- Point Machine Works
rio Dnm.er of Harper. han, arrived -

Monday: for a vicitith Mr. CANAL: POINT PHONE: :331>>: P. O. BOX 460
: find Mrs Al Friend and Mr ant

Mrs Lloyd Hundley in Pahoke

and Mr. and 'Ir'l.!' Dennis Fric" J I

in Canal Point.

I Mr. and Mr*. John A. tmlanv I It j I
t, and son. Philip. Mr- C. A. hive 'II

t I and Mrs Duncan Padsrett attended '
M'c of Miss Ruth
the wedding r
4 Jnmepon nnd Leonard Payne in tl

j Belle Glade aturrleveninJ: at t.t.I S\\, ;
Shive'? twovearoldgreat
which Mrs
I granddaughter. Gloria Miriam -

Smith, was flower girl.: I IMr I
i w
sr i I
and Mrs. \\ Rosoelle Wilson 1)
and sons. Milton and Michael | / o""t1\
moved Tuesday: from Pahokee

Colquitt. Ga.. where Mr Wilson ,
will operate a farm. $.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith of "

'Providing more and better telephone service is a Gainesville have arrived in Paho-

time-consuming painstaking job. Much of the equip kee for a visit with their son W :
W, Smith and daughters. Mrs. PENCO DDT
ment is as complicated as a fine watch.
W. Cruthird and Mrs. '\\J.I
Thousands of tiny telephone connections must bo Friend and families.Mr. product are superior l Iwe-auM" they
rienliGcall to doe
soldered each in its Banks of Jack Phillips anJditichter. are !
together, precise place. and Mrs. W uperial job and do it well.
delicate electrical relays set up. Miles of wiring laced : Betty Jo.. and Dr. and I
into intricate switchboards. Cables laid. Poles Mrs. L ."'. Armstrong and niece.

erected. Wires strung. And sometimes>> a whole new Blanche Elizabeth Bowers spent"
building constructed. I the weekend in Orlando visiting ,I II PENCO WB-50-Designed for use as water
spray, contains 50% DDT.

"Get the job done!" I I IN Tin rlROIT COIRT. IN .*MIOK > I II PENCO ftMULSION CONCENTRATEForwater
That's our slogan. And that's exactly what we are 'I I emulsion sprays where minimum
llllCFRi'O.. 291tCIE visible residue Is desired.
doing as fast as we can get scarce materials and then
install the equipment. PI.mutt. PENCO CATTLE SPRAY-ideal for use as
folks and I MAE-\ -SMITH I livestock and barn spray or livestock dips.
Telephone are working for you night I 1, CALLIE Defendant

day. hustling along with the Telephone Company's | Notice TO .\PPF.\RI PENCO DB-50-Specially compounded for

program to improve service. ,1 TO OENFRM.CM ME DELIVERY"\E PMirH t.U.E..D..t..1::RESIDENCE| dud applications, contains 50% DOT Technical.

i j DFXE\NARE I (:,.,null .our fli.lril>iil..r for a,l.irr .. lit llir airiiration | -
: You are hereby required to spprarin
of these nerdtKryocide .
pritdurt to onr particular
the aboie r.n-t on the 3rd day i ii
of March A D 1&47 the same being
PROGRESS . and how i i Rule Day of ald month: at the Court I Ii
Hou e In Wet Palm Beach P taDrach
i Answer to
County Florida to
In Florida : 1946. the Telephone Company installed -
during l i the Bill of implalnt for Divorce flied
more facilities than at any other time in sauv-t y'a4 Ir. the ahme entitledi
history. 116.320 miles of exchange wire. 8.653 milesof i .e and EVEROLADES NEWS a \

_- long distance circuits and 41.J63 telephones were i Beach r.rmpaper Corm'y rucularlv r.orda: pubL'.. tied herebv:n clrj Pam-.:.:- dc ; t \, added. 35 local and long distance central office addi- I noted a. the nrw.pap-r in whfh 't>'. a
tions were made and the number of employees increased i Order ,.11a:1 be pub; ..hed or.ce earr. 54k2-.5 Famous natural f.rrrnl.n,1 r..I.I.. .n..rli.'r
36 per cent. I'' west for fir (", n.ecut-.e wrek.vue .-. c. ...; lOr"r".n r ff..C"I"rnr.nlr..... trans |lo.q rr..
I : \ \\IC1\ 1-.llr., ....rm. and caterpillar. Order il from
As telephone service grows, so does its value to I. DONE: AND ORDERFT> at We t Pam 11 tour di*tribulor.t. .
FloridaI \\
Beach Palm Bach County -
you. That's because you can reach so many more I thi+ 27tb day or January A D 1MT (.! -.- ...;.-
people. Each new day brings you more for your I J:1': Arnette OrK of the -'' :: N0
telephone dollar. Circuit Court Palm Bevch -........ ..... -

I C.rcult Court County Seal Florida L Y A .. I A S A L T

By Tr.addi P Plast. Deputy -. 1"-11 f 1/ .. A '" \.1.
INCO.POllAnD Attorney for PlaUt.fT ..--_. . .- .... .. -.. .. . ...
PahotK r.or1a. I I ,- _
P--!> Jan 31 F.!). 7 U 21 IMT



January 31, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pag Flv
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A StatementTo Church Of God Has :Mrs. Pope EntertainsIn can. Mrs. Isabelle Lawrie, :Mrs. ', Methodist Church park Monday
DuBurtz English, Mrs. J. C. Ipock,
fl evening Rev. C. T. Howes was in
The PublicIt Revivall\leeting Honor Of Sister Mrs. R. Precy Chillington, Mrs. charge of arrangements.
Lloyd Chilhngton. Mrs. C. T. Jackson I
has been stated by some Rev. and Mrs. L. \V. Wright of '' Mrs E. L. Pope entertained at''! and Mrs. Jackson's mother, Attending were Louise Hatton
that state highways are being the State Washington are con- 'I' her home on Bacom Point Road i Mrs. Payne. Mary Ann Howes Anna Lee Hurt
built around small towns because ducting a two weeks' revival at Saturday: at a progressive tea in -- Jack Thomas. Rita Fay Hurt

of speed traps operated the Pahokee Church of God. compliment to her sister and house i I Intermediates Have George Rozelle, Elizabeth Clandy
thEl'f'in.s chief of police of Services are being held each evening guest. Mrs. Horace W. Thorp of I George Rozelle, Bobby Schroder,
the City of Pahokee I want it except Saturday at 7:30 p. m. New York City. The tea table was I Wiener Roast MondayMembers i Charles McCurdy. Tinker Christian -
Known that NO speed traps existin Rev. Wright is doing the preach- covered with a lace cloth and I I Jimmy Rozelle, Myra Lee
Pahokee. Every motorist is ing and Mrs. Wright is leading lightedith pink tapers and the of the IntermediateMYF I Cruthirds, Skipper :McCurdy, Ronnie -
given a fair chance to cooperate the song services. living room of the Pope home was enjoyed an outdoor party 1! May Betty Culberson and
fully in observing our speed The revival started Sunday and beautifully decorated with bouquets and wiener roast at the Pahokee i Danny Miller.
la\vs. "'(II of the police department is having a good attendance The of pink rosebuds and blue
make an unusual effort to Public is invited to attend. Some ,' delphinium.
hold down speeds through the of the topics the evangelist has Mrs J Frank Colson and Mrs. '
school zones and as a result we chosen to speak on are "Is Hitler Al Beverly were in charge of the 'tI
have had no serious mishaps to Really Dead?", "Palestine in the during the first of
pouring part Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.
our children. As long as I am Light of Posterity," "\\ ere are the tea and Mrs. W. E. Pope and j
chief of the department I shall the Dead?", "\Vho is the Coming Mrs J V. Chastain: served duringthe
exert every effort to control World Dictator?" and "How Far second: part.Irs.. Joseph g Optometrist aI
speeds in our dry limits and willgreatly is it to Hell?" Motion pictures in Kahn played piano selection
appreciate the help and color are being shown at some of Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
Guests were Mrs Tom Gartland. I rI ,
co-operation of the public.A. the services.
Mrs. C. G. Coburn. Mrs. G. Law-
ton Sims. Mrs. W P. Jernigan.
Pahokee' Police Department." OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS
Chest Officers Are Mrs. Anderson Chastam Mrs. Q
Stanton Chastain. Mrs W H.
rI Mail In Your Broken Glasses
Named For New YearAt May Jr. IrV.; H. May Sr.,
Two Days Left For
Mrs L. L. Stuckey." Mrs Oscar For Prompt Repair
Vets To Renew Ins. a meeting of directors and Chastain Mrs T. M. Chastain.
club of the Mrs. 0
civic representatives Roy Segree, Mrs. B. L. Starling -
Only two more days today and Pahokee-Canal Point Community Mrs. Becky Starling Mrs. FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
tomorrow remain for veterans- to Che t Tuesday night at Lions hall E. W. Walston. Mrs. F. M ____ _
get- their National Service Life Insurance Frank M. Shaughnessy wa' elect- Shaughne, Mr.=. T. H. Abbey.
policies re-in,<:tated with- ed president to succeed Abe Dob- Mrs C. G. Johnson Mrs T. L. .
---- -
out going through a lot of red row. Sellers, Mrs J. F. Colon.Irs.. ----- - --- -- - - -- ,
tape, according to Claude S. Jones Other officers are W P. Jerni- R. G. Johnson. Sr., Mrs Max E. 1
local Veterans Service officer. gang first vice-president: O R. i Be'erly.Irs J. R. Faulk. Mrs .
Beginning Feb. 1 the vets will. Bleech, second vicepresidentIrs.. : Peter Chiviges. Mrs. J G. Thomas. i Announcing the opening: of
have to pass a physical examination Frances" Harlow secretary: Ru : Jr., Mrs Leslie Ipock Mrs .J.I.. :
before their" NSLI policies' p"rtIO"k., treasurer: H.I.. McIntosh Elliott. Mrs B. Elliott. Mrs. ,
wit! be" re-instated he said. i assistant treasurer: and Joseph Kahn Mrs. Frank Rozelle H & M Sewing ShopIn
During the past few days more I Albert Fremd and McIntosh di- I Mr?. J J Chastain Mrs H W !
than $52,000 worth of NSLI insurance I rectors. At the next meeting other : Williams' and Mrs W H. Vann I
haff been re-instated at f I I members of the board will be': Also Mrs R. F. Chamberlain the Shire subdivision in Pahokee

the local Veterans !Service: office named. Mrs P. M Cate. Jr., Mrs. G. C. In '
by: local veterans who were quickto The following budget for the McLnrty, Mrs R. G. Johnson Jr. . .

see the advantage of taking up .j year was set up: Kiwanis dental' Mrs 0:R.. Bleech. Mrs H. '-I. Mc- Upholstering, Slip Cmerx, Bed Spreads, Drapes,
the policies! they had dropped Mr. clinic Sl.OOO; crippled children's Into h. Mrs A. L. Be"E'rly.Irs.. LreMaking.. Children's Clothe and Alteration -
Jones! i is keeping his office in the clinic $700: Boy Scouts. 1.000; P. P. deMova. Mrs I. M Lair -; of Any
city hall open all day !Saturdayfrom : '! !Salvation: Army. $1,600: Pahokee Mrs Dave Brandon. Jr. Mrs John Kind.MRS.
!School: band. $2.000; playground. T. Pirkett Mrs W.I.. DuBo(e.
8:20 a m. to 5 p. m. to accommodate : R. L. HEATH,
those" veterans who $1,000; local charities $',000; city Mrs. V. V "'orthamIrs.. D. D.
have minute and wish to get their policies budget of 12600. \\". Cunningham.. \\". L. Dun-

re-instated before the dead
line. The Veterans Service!: office-
will he closed all day '-Ionday.a .
-__ I

Carr Denon !

Miss Doris Denon. daughter of ie ,
Ilonrv Denon. Chicago 111., became it
the bride of Johnny Carr of .
Tahokec at a single Ring ceremony r : 1 ,
held at the First Baptist i
@ Iri I-
Church on !Saturday.: Jan. 11. with 4- )
Rev C. A. Mobe.'g: pastor officat-
injr Mr and Mrs. Jack R. Carr -' tqJ
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A Carr ro -
were" attendants.The -
bride wore a pastel blue jrOUy
woolen ensemble with black accessories .-
and a corsage of pink ro e-
Mr Carr. son of Mr. and Mrs O
K. Carr of Pahokee. attended Pa- bttt -
tllff 1 -
hokee" High School before" joining:
the armed forces He served for
36 months including a year with
the occupation troops in Japan In this age of speed, science and industrial skill sometimes take a leaf from the
before receiving: his recent discharge turtle's book and slow down to speed things up. .

from the Army. Recently we did just that here in the JAX Brewery- we spent nearly $150,000 im
East Following Coast the a wedding couple are trip now to at proving our bottling department by actually slowing down to speed up our production -

their home in Pahokee. of JAX the famous regional Drink of Friendship.We .

.- have installed many new items of ultra-modem equipment including "Mr.

InformationOn Turtle' the name we have given our vast new "cataract" pasteurizer which protectsthe

Wants quality and purity of fine bottled beer. 'Mr. Turtle" moves so slowly that it takesa

Veterans' GravesClaude bottle of JAX nearly one hour to travel 52 feet through his highly scientific innards

Jones at the Veterans and be thoroughly pasteurized. But "Mr. Turtle's" capacity is so enormous that

Bureau in Pahokee is anxious to ts despite his leisurely pace, great quantities of JAX Beer move through him daily.

find out about all ,'(veterans graves "Mr. Turtle" is just one of the many extensive improvements we

in Pahokee and Port Mivaca Anyone r are making to give you better service in the months to come.

buried knowing in either about of any these veteran cemeteries '" We couldn't improve the quality of JAX, which experts acknowledge -

!should! pet in touch with MrJone q' to be of the highest possible excellence. So we're marching right

!'. Plans call for marking yr \ ahead with improvements to our service improvements that could
of the praxes' with suitable grave aei .
not be made during war.

stones.Choir. --- 1 JAX is leading the parade and intends to stay there. Remember

Is Preparing that when you want a refreshing glass of golden, mellow beer and ask

: for JAX every time. Wouldn't you like a cheering glass of! lAX Beer

Easter CantataThe &. right now?
of "''.
Youne People ('hor
First M."th."li!'t Church of Pih -
kee i". rrep-mrc another Cantata
to be used at Faster Time Fa. h
week at 7:<(X) P. M this fine CY'oilt'
under the direction of R 0
I.ampi gather: for Choir Pnctic t'ISTPJBtTED BY
and ire rendering very fire service ;
to the local ("hunhT"lJlE""
Yo\i"r People interested in music: I' Shelley Connell

and u" jJung to sing wtta these will
.dad cental 1n'lrome. BELLE GLADE. F1Friday .


Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 31, 1947

I Topics Named For SONGS RECORDEDThe Mrs. Frank Friend entertained I Johnny Williams of Canal Pointis
Cinematic Chatter Pahokee Baptist Ladie.s members of her Intermediate Sun- a pa"tient at the Everglades

Pahokee BaptistsSunday Quartet spent Tuesday in Miami day school class at an all-day outdoor -, Memorial Hospital this week.,
Malcolm Millar
By where recordings were made of party and picnic dinner -----r --

night at the 7:30 some of their songs. The quartetis day. Mr. Friend assisted Tues-I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cnillington

Olivia De Havilland, whose film preaching service Rev. C. A. Mo- composed of Mrs. Charles A. II entertaining. Twelve members of I have as their guest Mrs. R. Percy
career has been studded with per- berg pastor of the First Baptist Baker, Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Mrs. the class attended. Chillington o fDarien, Conn.
will Carl A. Moberg and Mrs. Thur-
formances that have often knocked Church of Pahokee, preach on -- -- -- -- - -
The Seventieth Week of Daniel." mond W. Knight. -
I 1
at the door of the Academy !
This timely message is the answer -
Award, must certainly achieve to the question, "What is the i

that crowning glory with her pro- future of the Jews?" What is
trayal of Jody in "To Each His meant by 1260 days? Forty two Classified Ads SHIPMENT OF ,

Own", which is to be screened this months? The Seventieth Seven?
Sunday-Monday at the Prince The Middle of the Week? Time,
Theatre. Flanked by a sterling Times and Half Time? Accordingto SEPTIC tanks and grease traps I.
I cleaned and Phone Fresh
repaired. Cotton
supporting cast headed by new the Bible reckoning of the cal-
3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c
comer John Lund, Miss DeHavil- endar year, these are synonymous,
land turns in a sure-fire award a period just ahead during which FOR SALE: Fine display of New -
winning characterization in this time Israel will be born again in a and reconditioned trailers. Small Seed Meal
stirring emotional drama. day. down payment balance like rent.
'"To Each His Own" is Jody's Is the Bible Palestine large Ve have three lots and carry a :
story, the story of her turbulentlife enough to accommodate all the Seventy-five thousand dollars
as she lives the years from Jews of the world? These and stock, we surely can solve your
World War I to World War II. It other questions will be answered housing problem. Arthur Trailer JUST ARRIVED :
is told in retrospect beginningand from the Bible with the aid of the Sales. East main St. Pahokee.

ending in London during the large chart, "Rightly Dividing the Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. I
blitz. But Jody's story is not in Word of Truth:' The musical fam- daily including Sunday. tfch

any way a war story for what ily of orchestra choir and quartetswill I!
the "IlluminatedCross FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust-
comes to pass could have happenedat augment
Meditation Sing." At the rial power unit, starter and gen-
any time to this dreamy romanticist
who wouldn't believe it morning service the ladies quar- erator and automatic shut-off B. S. Waring i'
Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. tf
The will
was love unless it was right out of tet will sing. pastor
the blue. preach on, "The Mes..iah:' I
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Love, the kind of love Jody mechanic, also body and paint Depot
dreamed of comes to her in the Buddy Moberg HasA man. Permanent Job. Contact

first World War, when she meets O. O. Gilbert at Christian Chevrolet -
John Lund, a and livea Birthday PartyA !
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lifetime together in a few short Pahokee 2371 or 4841. N29ch
hours. Out of this short lived romance supper in honor of Buddy Mo-
a son is born to Jody and berg was given on his tenth birth- COME IX and see the New Electric -

he becomes the breath of life to day, last Friday in Baptist Fel- Lawn Mower now on dem t

her when she learns Lund has lowship Hall, by his parents the onstration. So easy to operate I IAttend
been killed in France. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Moberg of you merely plug in, switch on

Sacrificing her happiness for Pahokee. The contest winners motor and Whizz-the grass is cut Join The :

that of her son she allows him to were Jimmy Schoeppel, Sidney regardless of height. Christian Throngs

be taken by friends rather than Caruthers and Buddy Moberg Chevrolet Pahokee, Fla. Phone ,
have him ostracized by the worldas Those present were Alvin Williams 2371. StD13chAVON '

a fatherless child. But when Jimmy Colson, Danny Mul- the ;
she is again in a position to claim lis, Roger Jaudon Rose Marie i
sale in Canal
the boy the lad has no love for I Hender n. Gene Caruthers. AllenSegrl"e representatives
Point and Belle Glade. Write
her, and she sends him back to. Mabel Miller, Sandra I Dog Races :
District Manager, P. O. Box 1101
his foster parents without reveal- Long. Ethel Miller, Sidney Caruthers I
West Palm Beach giving full information -
ing her identity. Jody decides togo Milton Wilson, Bradley Garris
to London to forget her heart- Johnny Rogers. Mike Hoperich, and complete address. I II
break in hard work. Jimmy Schoeppel Barbara Hadid, J31pd I at the :

Mother and son meet again in Joan Hadid Stella Sue Barnes I
WANTED: Furnished apartmentor
the London of World War U. He, Louis Pope Jon Pope, Donna Jo house in Pahokee or vicinity. ; Palm Beach :
like his father is a flying officer, Spooner, Wynell Gillis Edna Un- 2082
Call Mrs. B. W. Wood Phone t :
and is in London on leave. win Lois Sullivan Judy Lloyd .
Through a series of intensely dramatic Starling, Emma Gene Hitchcock i I Kennel Club j
; circumstances, he at last Ray Segree O. B. Williams Phil- FARM LOANS from $5.000 up on

realize that Jody is his mother. ip Dulany, Buddy Moberg, Bobby well improved land and cattle t i

The moment when they finally Moberg and Danny Hitchcock. Assisting ranches. 4 1.2 percent interest { I
standbefore, each other in that re- Mrs. Moberg were :Mrs. 10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential
lationship, is superb, thrilling Raymond Caruthers. the Misses Insurance Company of America I
aritstry. Blanche Stevens and Peggy Ann by C. A. Bailey Solicitor Belle ; NGHTLYexcept I :

Lending excellent support in the Moberg. Glade. J24tf
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picture are Mary Anderson, Roland Sunday
TIRES, TUBES: Batteries and accessories -
Culver, Virginia Welles. Phil- Mrs. Harriett Murdock of Wau-
terms. Henderson 1
lip Terry and Bill Goodman. It is chula is the house guest of her- Easy
Texaco Station Pahokee.
a picture you will never forget. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
J24tfch FIRST RACE 8:15 P. M.
See you at the movies-Mai. Mrs. E. F .Mcllwain. I

. -- _- ___ '_u__ ______ __ _, FOR SALE: New granite 3-4 ton Daily Double-2nd & 3rd Races
Trailer Steel frame and body i i
with complete couplings and tail
II III lamp. A bargain. Christian Chev- Ten Quinieila Races ;
rolet. Phone 237. Pahokee Fla. tf

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I Just Received Concrete Block. Stucco house,

offered to veterans only George Opposite Morrison Field ;
: Ferguson' Phone 4251, Pahokee. i

I l'l'I 2tc West Palm Beach Admission 25c ,
i FOR SALE: Modern three bed
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I room bungalow on Bacom Point
Road close in. in excellent condition -

I Table Top Ranges !i iI priced,;to Pahokee.possession sell. See_Fla.Dr.immediately L. W. Armstrong JSltf,.

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I I'' FOR S\LK: Six room three bed- I

room modern home, large front
Gas Ranges I
i porch back porch good condition, I
lot 50x150. Price $4750. Terms I
Dan Carpenter. Pahokee. !
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COMBINATIONModel FOUR ROOM furnished house
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Radiosi i! Dan semi-modern Carpenter. large Pahokee.lot. $2400. : A Servant of the Glades I II Ii

FOIL modern }home:: Furnished close in.5 large room I I

front porch and bark porch. $750O. i
Terms Dan Carpenter. Pahokee. I 4 Buses To Miami

i: And All Household Furnishings FOR.\-LE- : I !f To West Palm Beach
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1 One completely rebuilt BoscV!
I II Dally To Ft flyers & Lakeland :
II I Injector pump for TT>5 International I
5 I Tractor. !

Ii 2 On new Radiator Core for

i' Collins Furniture StoreDealer TD 3. Four Tractor Clamp Trucks, almost : i Glades Motor Lines, Inc.

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I 4. 1000-1200 Celery field boxes "
for Badcock Furniture
slightly: U5d. i :

5. One Seaman's Tiller. j jI
6 One Sure-Rain outfit. I
; Pahokee, Fla. 7 Ore Oliver 41 Plow |

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iI till equipment at our South Bay'
I Farm. KNIGHT FARMS South j

Bay, r.a.

January 31, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page SevenMr.

- Teacher Rev. C. T. Howes has Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd Sr.,I I Herman E. Humphries, seaman
Howes Announces asked several of the members of visited their son-in-law and I 1-c, Norfolk, Va., is a guest of his
Sermon SubjectsThe the Class to take part in the discussion daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lynn El-, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. N. I
next Sunday at 9:45 A. M. arbee. in Fort Lauderdale Sunday.: D. Evans.

Pastor of The First Metho- An invitation is extended to those _____ - I
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dist Church of Pahokee announcesthe men of Pahokee not attending a .-...,....""Je...
Bible Class to join in the study in'\
: and Mrs. J. E. Kelsey of subjects of the Sermons for
the Church Auditorium.
son Pahokee, John announce Walter, the at birth the Ever-of a next Sunday as "The Holy Spirit"a --,. From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh
Communion Meditation at 11:00
glades Memorial Hospital on A. M. and for the Evening hour. Guthrie McKinstryMrs.
Jan. 27.
7:30 P. M. the subject "The Spirit
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Parry of
and Genius of Methodism". Thisis Bobbie McKinstry and J., Sam Hackney Reportson
Belle Glade announce the birth of
the third Sunday in which the W. Guthrie both of Pahokee were
Walter Dean II, at the
a son.
Doctrines peculiar to Methodismhave married at Belle Glade on Saturday the U.S.A.Sam .
Everglades Memorial Hospital on
been discussed by Rev. C. T. Jan. 25. The vows were
Jan. 24.
Howes. The people of Pahokeeand read by Herbert J. Harris notary
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Chanceyof Hackney and the missus time. Individuals who criticize an-
Canal Point are cordially invited public, in the presence of Mr.
Belle Glade announce the birthof to come and worship with and Mrs. Earl R. Grossman. just returned from a trailer trip other's right to speak his: mind;
a son, Harry Lawrence, at the The bride wore a black wool around the'country. They're tired, enjoy a glass of beer; or work at
Everglades Memorial Hospital on us.The Men's Bible Class of The garbardine suit with black accessories and glad to be home, but mighty any trade he chooses.But those are
Jan. 23.Bible. First Methodist Church announced and an orchid corsage. impressed"with what they saw. the exceptions-and we're even
last Sunday another in the Fel- The couple will make their As Sam "reports-every section tolerant of them!

Class Has Good lowship Suppers sponsored by home in Pahokee in the residenceon has something different; a diffeTFrom where I sit, more of us
them. This one will be in the Canal Point Road which they ent way of talking;different tastes ought to make a trip like the
Attendance SundayDespite Lions Club, Friday February 7th. have purchased. Mr. Guthrie is in food and drink; different laws Hackneys-to realize firsthand
It is good to note the increased proprietor of the popular Tut's and customs. But bigger than all how America is bigger than its -
the fact that last Sun-- interest among the men of the Barbecue which he recently open- these differences is the American: many differences...how tolerance
day's weather bordered on the Community in this Bible Class. ed on Belle Glade Road. differences is the
spirit of tolerance that lets us live of those : very
inclement, the attendance of the They have accomplished many -
together in united peace. thing that makes us strong.Copyright .
Pahokee Men's Bible Class enjoyed things that have meant much to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hampton. Mr. "'
its usual high average. The the church. The interest and at- and Mrs. J. Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. "Of course** says Sa-"Joa ma '-.1. /1 4f
contest which began four weeks tendance have continued to grow. Sno Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. J. into intottranct from time to .illaut[
ago and is now at the half way For the next several weeks the D. Humphries have returned to
mark finds the following captainsand study will center about the Themeof Arcadia after a recent visit with
groups in the order named: "Christian Stewardship". The relatives in Pahokee. ,1947, United State Breictn Foundation
Paul Watson. 37 Leo
points; __________ ___ __ ___ __ __u ___ _ __ __ __ __ _ __ ___ _ ___
Wroten. 33 points; Max Beverly
29 points; Horace Unwin 28

points; Al Belcher 26 points; J. .
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Spell. 23 points with two enjoy- a '
ing the title 'The Tale", Howard : :
Holman and W. Upthegrove, 19 : : '; :
points each. The return of the : : ., # ,

Class several Quartet weeks due after to an the absence"businessin of C/ Again it's possible for us to say= c-

the woods" brought much joy.
thanks to the presentation of an-
other of their splendid programs.
This Sunday the teacher Rev. C.
A. Moberg will present the lesson : WE SERVICE YOUR 'CAR
"Jesus the Giver of Life." A mast .
cordial invitation is extended to
all unaffiliated men and visitorsto
attend. The class meets Sundays -
at 9:45: in Fellowship Hall on :
Bacom Point Road. L. Jaudon is ':

the genial-- president.-. AS YOU WANT IT SERVICED

New Fellowship Is .." ,",.,, *... :.. .:." )
Canal Pt. 3 ,. ;
Organized : jj
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A party of young, married .:.". tc, <, .' to. merit" your
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people meeting at the parsonageof : : : : {>"

the Canal Point Methodist friendship s and goodwill I !
Church last Monday resulted in ,

the organization of a Young Mar- .', ':;/..;''.:.',:'.<<.. '-.:<.::=;f.> . t. ',.: ;':?./" .rZ .. To merit:" your tasting friendship-to merit yourlasting
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ried :, ..
Fellowship. Eighteen young ': ., > "' : :r- :: < -$:<,t& :>$ >41' < +t f.i.f;: :. ;f > .
a. ..,, "' .> '- x' 'h..> goodwill service businessin
men and women gathered for an : :* : ; .:: ,.n'w.f" t. .:j.. -we operate our

evening of games and discussionled .' ,' accordance with the following principles

the by informal the minister discussion, W. T.period BlairIn ;..z );:;

and over coffee cups as refresh-
ments were served, the formationand

agreed purpose unanimously.The of such. a group was 'V OUR SERVICE PLEDGE

object of the Fellowship is
to provide a church-sponsored
gathering of the young married For several years we have realized that aB
people of the community to share automotive service (including our own) has not
experiences and to carry on activi- been of the caliber which you as a customer We wilt occurofeV dagnose-O the best of our ability-the

ties of mutual interest toil! men ofwe as a dealer have desired due primarily repairs needed on your car. If you request it, we will give you in

and women in this phase of life. to shortages of manpower and materials- advance our analysis of the work to be done.
The emphasis of the group Is o situation over which we have had no control.

largely active In social the, its other members phases being Of Today, however, with more experienced We Will write up your order clearly, compfofeJy and legibly; and

church life: the Sunday School and mechanics in our organization and with service secure your authorization to do the work before starting.
Church Services and Prayer Meet parts becoming; moreteadily available'than *J* -

ings. they have been for years, we want you to We will notify you i in advance of any additional work we think

It was decided to hold meetings know that our car service is rapidly getting should be done, and secure your approval before proceeding.
on the second Wednesday of each back to'normal, ,and as conditions continue
month. An alternating committee to improve you may expect to receive from
We will perform all the work on your car as efficiently and aseconomically
of two couples will make pro- us the same fine service that you have been _
gram and refreshment arrange- accustomed to receiving in previous years. as possible. We will replace only those parts which in

ments. Our judgment need replacing.
Those taking part a* charter We of the Chevrolet service organization
members of the want to know that we value/ service
Fellowship are: you your
9 We will road-test your car after the work is done and before we
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker Mr. and business lo thedetermined fullest degree and that we
Mrs. Leonard Maxson. Mr. and are to give you such sound and return the car to you, if the nature of the work requires it.

Mrs. Emory Sears. Mr and Mrs. satisfying service that you will wont to be
Earl Matson Mr. and Mrs Har- our customer for a long time to come! We will endeavor to have your car ready on time. If the work

lan t'art.fr.. and Mrs. Pope takes longer than we estimate, we will advise you as for in advanceas
Sears Mr. and Mr.*. Joe Edenfield.Mr /';
and Mr*. William Johnson. .r- I as possible.
and Rev. and Mrv William Blair.
The next meeting of the Fellowship 1. j / We will provide you with an itemized bill showing exactly what

will be on Wednesday. Feb -\4 work was done and exactly what it cost. We will gladly explain any

12.: All voting couples of the community item or items that are not dear to you.
not actively enpaced in Come in today and at regular intervals. . ,
such a group are very cordially invited Skilled mechanics-modern tools and equip-
to attend this fine evening! of ment-quality ports and materials . all

companionship. .. Ii adding up to service that you'll call superior
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A development company f'nt-I
acquired Weekiwachee, Springs 1
located on the Gulf Coast Hieh- CHRISTIAN CHEVROLETPhone
way north of New Port '
are installing glass bottom hats
and wall operate the property a* a 2371 Phone 87

tourist attraction similar to Silver 1
Pahokee Florida Clewiston
Springs or Wakull& Springs. ,

Eight The Everglades Xew Canal Point. Florida Friday, January 31, 1947

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Most cars today are old and war-weary. Their average age is

I i eight years. They need more attention-more repairs-and i

more adjustments for safe driving. ;
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Can you be sure your car will stop at a dangerous intersection ;

or remain in control down a steep hill? Are your brakes

I I efficiently adjusted for quick emergency stops? Don't wait
M r. PedestriantfWALK ;
!I I for a crash to find out. Make periodic examinations of your

I SAFELY safety equipment. Check brakes, steering gear, wheel alignment -

I I and lights.
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i I i! LIVE You are at the mercy of a ton of fast moving metal. At 40 ,

1 j LONGER miles per hour it requires 128 feet for a safe normal stop .
; ..from the time your brain tells your foot to step on the brake.

; Remember-it's your car and maybe yourlife, or the lives

:. 0 of others at stake.

: Before you START be sure you can STOP-even on a dime.
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