The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 23, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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Established 1924 '*

The Trciy Is ed P Mind

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More Than Quarter \\ Legion HomeIn W. A. Shands Seeks I Pinson Resigns :I: Registration To

Canal Point Is As Pastor Of Canal :

Million To Expand Being: RemodeledMembers 'The Governorship Point Baptists !1[:Start In Glades


Pahokee H20 Plant of the Canal Point GAINESVILLE \.... A. Shane i Rev. Don Pinson.- - pastor of th+. First Of The Week

Legion Post 242 at a meeting Monday a member of the State Senate C"1"th. I Canal Point Baptist Church for I II

j more than a year has resigned hi* I Ii
night completed plans for remodeling .. last eight years and prior t?
Contracts have been let by the i j pastorate here to accept a call to i Registration" of voters in th-
and their that four ;years a member of thState "
City of Pahokee aggregating redecorating Road Department the Deadrick Avenue Bapti-t I Glades; section of Palm Ream

$28. "OOO.OO for expansion of the new Legion Home which they recently his; ; candidacy for Governorstatirg. Church in Kroxville. Tenn. His I It county; win pet under way the firs

expansion s6smPsK $fl-.f eV purchased on Lake Shore I i :('!'i naticn. effective Fc-b. S. ha; !I of the week, according to an announcement -
: "I am mindful that am t t
waterworks system. Included in Drive. asking): 01f'lIow: Floridians tJ fcoen aooe|.t,-.l with regret by the j,. by Registrar FWVitiUpthegrove

the (expansion plan is a new water The remodeling plans, scheduled entrust me with the greatest replln.ibility : church's board of deacons.} 'e tf"rday. All persons -

plant new stand pipe and vaitadditions to start this week include a modern it is in their power to Since coming;: to Canal Point ; desiring to vote in fotthciMMelections -

to the present distribution kitchen at the rear end of the hum Louisville. lies thirto : ir.z must register within

system. building for the preparation ail j I months ago the {('\'. and Mro. Pmfon I the next few rpth.-

Bonds in the amount of $28.1.- serving meals and refreshments.The \ and son Br.tchie. have won j jI movesaid..

OOO.OO were .-.ld last" week it has' interior will be wallpapereIand .. many friends in the community j! Finks will bat Ttd Daniel
T. C. Rich- the floor will be refinished for .fir rk I
announced by Mayor .and their avetakmg will Ix feit ,i Lake Supply C"11lpanin Lake
firms of Sullivan.Nel use as a dance floor. Chairs and I
ardson. T a distinct loss by the community I Harbor on Monday ready to n-

Cook of West Palm Beach pur- oiderod. When the remodeling! andreh'enrating _e_ ii:i .!- day Monday liooks will rw

bonds the saint work is com pited 1..** :
4't1 the mayor
6 ;,t the city hall in South Bay an1Citv
The money was made available to building will !.., available for rent John lounger *
< !'rk Alvin Crow will' act ava
the city laM week and contractswere to the publitfor ocial affairs of the registrar.
other than Legion m ...ting-.s. according -
-t immediately.
Seeks ElectionAs Mis. J Roenier at the chamber' ot
The new water plant to b to Commander Roy Pope.It i commerce building in Belle Glad.*

erected to the was reported at the meeting
adjacent that .
will! do the registering in city.Mr.
plant will Ite built by Ivy H. Snut that excellent progress i is br-in.; RepresentativeJohn lpthegro\t; sail Books will

Construction Company of Jackson- made in the membership drh"!". .
l>e pone! there Monday..
ville. This concern has already with indication that this year -; In Pahokee Judge Larnmoie

started work. The present plant. membership: roll will exceed that E. B'Ilingf" Pain I
will be in shire of the registration -
! which has served Pahokee for several of last year when the drive is com Death attorrcy who served in th-* j,
tx oks will
; t>c.oktrtf' Pahokee
years was WPA Project No. pleted next month. State house of Rt'prsf'ntatidurin \" -
lw ppene,.l W't..lnt'slamorning and
1 in America and work was stared the 1913 and 1M"sessions;
C they will be in B. Klliott'w garagewVre
on it back in 1933. of the legislature, announced Tuesday I'I'
Squad the- will be readily aeces-
The new stand pipe will be erected Net Split I of this week' that he will aeai.i!':
office. wb-.o t.'i, ail who wher! to r" :Bt"r. .
on a recently acquired piece of be a candidate for that .
With Ft. PierceThe In Canal Point Percy Testers
land which the city owns at the I Mr. Bollinger served his two terms
convey during the next four will be in charge of registration
intersection of Streamline road from Group One of Palm Beach I I I
at the Canal Point Sport Shop
and State Market road. The standpipe Fort Pierce Senior High years. County and it i is in this same .

will be erected by the Chicago; Eagles cagers were given a15 to "I am also mindful at this for I group' that he will offer his candidacy !I 1 which is located. between Kchols'Grocery

Bridge and Iron Works and will -13 decision over the Pahokee Bur me. important moment that the- j I I i and the CarterGeigerDrue
Devils in a basketball game at West; Palon''' Store. Registration will startin
have of
a capacity 100,000 gal- four years will be recorded as one
Point LL'elnesdavmorning.
Fort Pierce Friday night by officials Beach and Lake Worth attorney,i on
lons.The Pahokee's of the most vital periods in the : .
who ruled
third contract in the vast
expansion program for additional tieing: basket did not count sine;? long history! of our state. the stat: Registrar ITpthoprove pointer

work" on the distribution systemwas the ball did not get into the ar when the first step wa mad ia day morning: he announced that lie net that it i"i vitally necessary forevery
in the Glades' of v"ttntj -
granted to Joe Rinertson of until after the came had ended. the march of events leading to our would not be a candidate for reelection person .
to register if they 'J -! ir'
Miami. There was:' some dispute" about tV That :tfh'rnoontr: RoN ago
Democratic process. inviolate in a .
to r.artiripate in f vrthertntin'tpanty
Among: new areas to be served" decision of the officials as som j linger announced his candidacyt
world of many abuses of the dignity ; I; ( state and nati"nal ilee-
of the the
were opinion his
by the expanded distribution system spectatois after Mr Morrow' had signified
of mankind a democracyever tions.ISernarr.
will be Vetville and parts it timekeeper was unduly slow in intfntion of not socking re-election .
alejt to the danger of - _e_ -
usurpers .
the Geiger subdivision accordingto blowing the whistle that indicated! Ucprewntntives B. F.lliott. Pa-

Mayor Richardson. Several other the end of the game.: : and oppifs" !mrs who Qeny their hokee Ford dealer, recently an- :MacFadden
National! to their lives* in ('c.mI' -
The Blue Devils led at the halftime .-
: -le
sections of Pahokee will come nnlm.1 his candid-icy fair r -
.an right So we in Florida will Seeks GovernorshipMIAMI
29 to 21. Inland lirl.1'1" flhotts..I.1
in for new and improved water thin in Group Two. Mr
-. ht "urtate and local officers*.
distribution it was pointed out at hokee forward, wan: top scorer fir in 1915! with Mr RoIlir.J.rant
Inc of I*, n Tax. on the Ki"is r r '
city hall.Belle the game his six baskets and U'-o in 1017! with Mr. Morrow' It' : REACH Hf'rnarrf:\*--

---- free throws totaling 14 pninta.high pure IVmorracv in atti->n. i I was during lfl.: that the. flliottriollmper }-'a.II"n. Mi-year-old puJ.lisher aril

point man for the K.icle wa -It IP not difficult to visuals. : tram in the Houso wtpii health authority who flies his own
& Glade Juniors Jim M.ithis. guard! 12 points aril appreciate that vast! mnrlierf : : kt..1 a? on1 c'f the onts'arding plane and i is as attiv as a young

Defeat P.H.S. QuintThe In the preliminaries thPahokee our national population hay.' <:eleratiens t serving" during that tt,r. officially entered the rate for

B tam trounced the File B.e? their: ."vs nn Florida. .e.n., : I,"\...rn"r last week

: 25; to lei. and the Pahokee BI'I'! "Fl'ridi i> on the x*...y t.. a A natirf Cochran. Ga Mr i MacFadd ran for the CniteIState
Pahokee Junior High ;;! i
; :
>*- fii'ure. The evidencesrre
"u* their fist can'et pro-pr : r all Ti-l".Itf'rt'f'r T''Ti'i.tted !Senate several year agonrd

etball team was defeated 17 to the sea.oon.ere defeated 4O to 3T .c*>n inerv part of our Great wer-'y In 'tro r..".. "tn't... !"iirpri'-e'l 1 f-xlitico by polllnci
1_. bv the Belle Glade Jnrior m' Florida'* 1/Hnl miles! or .
by the Fort Prce girls team in a from Cumli.,rl", rd ''(:1' ItttuHt vrit,* He tt running
t"t') --.' 1'rih"! M e '' .
: : ;.T 'n ,1-fie: front P..n.'I'rT.1 'n F'r.
hard-foueht: content. .. ..."..;" T.-nn: In 1<)11'Ioh.'r.' ." he i for Cf'V error 01 a program: this'calls
*c Wilr"s six Tw.ntr r: 'd. : i i
The Rl'ie D-vil var.Itn t.Mii: roar\!; ........:\... 1 hui law d}" h 1 core T"f.' P.i't> o. ., ----- -
.. and girN team: will all play Bell : Mr H.I1i'lI.r. who il! marred Flora! health! and ?"uri"t }a' !l-
.! -TV :\t'"I.r- w " t- arts t>' '
... Glade Hieh .teams in the Pahoke Hospital TerhniehmReceives ; -> lives with' hi* !'\mIJ in We.* !!:e.s aril ais c''reco'il: fiii'"s'frswAuxiliary
t c. !", for Hello Glad'
gent tnis h"rii'av mcr-.t The girt Palm ITa,'h i.. the: father r.t f-v- '-:01::' '.'ire
!:- the r '-v ''it.'e i Severe ShocU
T1"1' _
*.>tw.'.>n 'h. town crl. teans w':'! r'Idren.! : t'xo girl ant: three b.\> --
the B 1M1Glade
wean team-
ra iover
tart at 7 o'cl H k. h.s 'r.1"rt. to. dr'ar'l .
Pa! okee. 3<> to Tl. with 1 H'i- I In :'r : To Hold
A Try tp"p'r . .
; *' :c vv P:" h !ere.
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t-rt ..Led'i point* toppTir; ".. 1\-
at ..
I 1".1; ; ; Food Sale
in .1 _e'I! :ai! Tl-q-iaT'; f.oo-I' l (" Saturday
the H<'1t.' Glide: i-onrc and Parryllrtc'hce'ck'c : : John Dulnnv NewManager t'i: '5. M.'tvor:,.l! HpiTal. r*.'fw Ja It J Ir.l r"n- << .iei t'1FT >n'H a-

10 p"irt"'. fish fr Pi- s.'\'. k'!. itr:' al l lhi k an-1: mrowlv -- ... .. .. .
.. .
h..k.... Of Co-Op t : I. r. ;;;;: Tv- < a'-.T! PA', tn Ix-pi -
,' idtr.Tal: !Io--- ..
rapd at .
: "I ; t .-;!:.: :! .t.> :! < T a". t* r h i' t f--K .aa'era' -
The P.thokee Jun' "'-" -! e,11r ,
w.'rc" : ,"Tjon frn :t.r.r.:: <'f t!. .' -
P Horn-
!,'.I! TO rUThe Iikf; W..rr J"-.n I".f: p.k.: -'. :c tp. i I X-ray nj.trh.r. at the h.sp.taln -- --- -- :a.: r I.",. "''f.-r i-t,Irir,, IO..flfKk

i'for racer* at Like Worth: 01 :'extr irat- ..f the Like Ok.'eU : m.'rTn2' T'rA'a!' rr''an:1 OKIIINN( f. Ill 'PTI""I .
T' H .. -
T' '..r"I.l:1!','r-..." .f" : :S.t'k '...1.,.. Fitre Ci.'peratire! \sifi. 4 : : tn take' X-rlv p'-tire.: {.-. ii-ar'Ly aftfrn---r at t-r. .' : .t.B. '! r-
_- La k. K' IlrlT"
_e_ : ... .in! r' t k-'c h'ices :"1 t';t"-: I I.a -1'I. 1?', 1 crnyetel the mawa I'1 : : !' .
'- r'1 1 t.-.' 'h.J '
Fl-ll \\OK1II SMKF p. -! MD'.:.- j", the >... .. -'- r'*- P.t-: _
: :v i I .. t L.'r.. : g' "'I f Th.-! FrP tt.i't r- h .....
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I .\ .\I'll'I!' pr.e ...\'- :nana": er ..f te: state Firmer- < T*.. fr ''':<" work In "x. rnr.iRg tI'>k-". wil a'lmter the "T.1i1; -

l last work" Market: *..tir ho in- he'd : .' -. ,. .- ' ....' ., -.
> mgt; :ty i't.t.1N. t- a pt' 'A-;: \ I..c. ( tt.-- a e <.f t-"f.t;!
Ja r.- Neal of \\':r.t. r f\rlt'l' wt-.. int'" tN' market was trrt. -i .t".f i .-! T'tft t"t.. "'ei I r-", erav r..r..i".i ,-'. 1-0-F iijs lilt o IHtf"TOI: :

*-ix: ked three fi">h t.\cce; %! bv th'1 r.:3n't'ar"; ag'i. :Mr P'l a.y <; y'taz' -A:,*' 'a--h To h shard chip .f The. "h-.rt. ilar-.lvr. IAn !*!'-.

Fondiritlers! .\''n flatI'ai.t n'.irvears expenence :n 1 the ,*;:: f 'r !'*>v..r..! crndar.l; !" '!"rJh''t: 1I,'rrdr. Gay Set: If T'ie'-.v! arrual m".-tir.

a pnre 'f SCO and the of.-I edble hI-:....... d !'iarec the """ 1"1- w"" ',!1"n"c"r evra, : rain- 'rp..J I: " 11"-0-1'1\\-- f -to..Uh-.|<>r- rf tt>. AtI n.Tt

two. $'0 each Thousandf fish br cop of cap.llle *niriac: "TTierT 'It.c after m1ir.aiti to Arrn" -'' ;M J-an IxA--h Mr. r- K ., Nntinal Harkn \\'.., l'I -iIVarft

-avo N-,>n placed in L'kf'I"k. in the future Hu' rea*:y fn ?n.l. riT.f ?- Hs! fire: *''* werbur"l ,. *..VthT.rr: a rd Mr' H K Ile1
bv the s.viation t-Arryir.p tai' W::! '\':!'h for !hm evr t-.t ol !ur- "-..1 we -.-.-f \d s'! :er T4r !s'ri 71.1! t.. -.. !'It.. .*;.' ror-ir.r %.".. *'-.Th f: I. -Sam

staid from $1 up when caught be. cesa peaauhe: in h:, rew : on..r' eerie !s'--k the rtr: 1rcth '!!, r t'. r..ra'! p- .rt Rat'.'! ih'.!,r!' ...."..a 0; "f Pat" k.. being raTMta.

ireT.brr cf the A *>ooatier.: takr.c, hs: left attn ;-.. : .. '.. .r1'a: .' ,. !,..- .- !''.. r.r'rl'r

Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. January 3. l\li


EVERGlADESNEWS I tofore there! was no place on Tan- I drinks; magazines and other necessities ituue tj; Courtney Ca nr;ba; !. :jGnemor
THE pa Bay where the people of Hl;;;- might be had. with clean Caldwell who appointivi"i
rouah. Pmellas and surroundirc rest room ample parking spae''. I and backed him up. to his
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region counties could go for ouch an out- and with service for cars boats for fellow board members and certainly -

Established 1924 Published Every Friday ing. At the beaches they found Tt rental and fishing tackle and bait to the b val and enthusiastic:

Subscription Price 82.00 Year In AdanceW cost them plenty and a trip: there( available. would have to be n road department personnel: who.

meant an expenditure of from Slo;: keeping with the Parkway, of attractive tinder his encouragement and di-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn to S20 for the average family j architecture and property 1('ct on. made the dream con

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Now they go out on the Parkuav landscaped. This would be theory tri.e.
and have more fun at no cost at tTof commercial enterprise ---

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher all. that: Campbell would consider Bn Franklin of Gainesville wis
No investment made by fi fitting. a business visitor in the Gladys:

Attractive AdvertisingThe State: Road Department is paving: I Al! Florida owes a at'bt.of rat- this eek.

town of Lake Wale has devi-ed. a unique anti! attractive bigger dividend; today from a
float in the service and none A A A A A A A & A A A A A
advertising It has built a S3000 public standpoint ;.ess"sss si." .1.1.1$ A A A..aY .
'! "f r r r r r r r Y Y r 4'"y..c.r
shape of the IJok Tower, with its: own generator, floodlights i5 mole appreciated by the public :

and a public address system with carillon mu-ic. The Laka at larpe.: Everyone in the are" i" ::: Office :Machine Headquarters =::
of the new ( ittncy :
Wale float suggested to the Fort dyed Xew>-Pre:.:< the desirability mighty proud :
Campbell Parkway and mot c ,. 'CY. Underwood TyperitorsStindtrand :.
of fashioning a similar exhibit depicting the
and more are n.akmsr u*e of it l. Adding Machine I;
Thomas A. Edison E>tate.
As the development began t. : Marchant Calculating MachinesA. l.
Other Florida communities could device floats for Florid Cs .
Tuecameidtn' D- Dick
take shape and it Mimeographs aY'
which would forth their local attractions and .
parades "
that Camplxll's) dreama!' soon Elliott Addresso Graph cr.
draw favorable attention from thousands citizen and to le-i(-ome a n.ahaJnan\" private :,: "T F &: E Check Writers c.,.
visitors: Tampa's Cla;>parila! parade will have room for all of interests! tried to figure out a way "

them.-Tarn pa Tribune. to cash in on it. They planned :: H.LSEGRIFFITH, INC. asr' :

dance-hall-;:, juke-joint" ta\en sand Phone} 2-:,B8:1: Wes-t Palm Beach ,..
Let's Be FrankAn other: commercial enterprises c r

which they hoped to establi-n s a<>e" <>es>e>eda a vv s"as">si>s"ae'i>vv s':>
ice was telling how a girl came in to apply Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 7 Y Y Y Y 4
'j manager along this parkway. Some of th*'s
for a job. When asked if she had any particular qualifications ambitious folk did all the politi-

01' unusual talent, she said she had won e\eral prizes cal :wire pulling in the world leit

in ero vioi.I puzzle and slogan-writing l contest Compbell stood firm and it i.. a

"Sounds; gnat:' the manager told her. "but we wantome- real credit to the other! members

bodv who will be mart during office hours." of the board and to the Go\err.or Shrubs and Trees

"Oh: said the girl, " during office hours."- himself that they stood hack r*
I !him to a man in their dotermini-
I.ouw11e: Courier Journal.
tion to M nothing mar the beauty ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
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41 I and value: of this;: Parkuav.: Tntncnme
ly to the man whose name it I an oil lease! outfit uioart! t

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY bears. ed permission to drill on the prop- Authorized Sales and Service
When Campbell started in on erty. Aaam Cnmplxllent to the!
this project he didn't get much encouragement. mat ant fought them to a standstill JACOBSEX POWER AND
Folks said it won:,Ibe
with the pre<:s anti p-ibli-!
nice and all that but where hackinghim 100 percent. He wants HAND LAWN MOWERS

(By Russell Kay) would you pet the money for sucnp this beauty spot to remain clean
. dexelopment.] It would cost millions -
and afe and wholesome for th-
Monday. January 19. should remain and the budget wouldn't benefit: of the people He: oppo-se ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

a memorable date: in Stag stand it. At that time the worn- the sale of intoxicating:; Lquor-
Kind Department history for it out roadway was patched here anti 1 anywhere near the: Parkway: but Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons

was fin this late that the first there as it became: almost impas--! would like to see some rrnutibleconcern 1K 0 Southern Bh'd.,4 Palm Ileach:

major pukway and retreatiomlare able and Campbell put a stop ,.> erect a beautiful buildir rat

built the department was this and l han building permanent .
bv each end where meal, cold ___ _ __
/fftt-illy dedicated load section by section I

Hi1n after the state took ovvDivis Kiahzing that it would h.
<'ansc..vav which connects i to get an appropriation difficult .-

Clearwater and Tampa across upper !i the project and lit the job on a ,

Tampa Jay. Courtney Oarnplell. i contract IM-IS. C\inipl*'11 mule",- CHEVROLETand
newly appointed memlior ot : of the facilities hicommand..
the Itoad II..,ird conceived the id-\i'' He used road depirtment niatelals. --

of developing the causeway into a load depaitment penonrioland !
beautiful parkway and recreationarea. ; doing a little at .1 turn- finally:

j I got his parkway to a point where
The tory <.f how Courtney'' his vision coup be seen and appreciated ONLY Chevrolet

Campbell achieved this dream is : by others.At .

ton thrilling and t(m amazing to the same time he was r:-

attempt ti> tell in a mere column buildmg the roadway itself he wi-5

for it is a story of one man's faith beautifying and equipping the entire -

and courage and determinationthat causeway. He planted trees

against every obstacle (a"rt and shrubs, provided convenientpicnic : IS FIRST !IFIRST
don't think there weren't plentyof shelters with tables benche4

them), worked and fought t') outdoor grills and other conven ,

make it a reality.It iences.

is fitting indeed that the o'J It didn't take the! public I..ngto

bleak Davis Causeway make way find out what wa on. Hanily -
for the Courtney Campbell.. in PRODUCTION in SALES and WE, YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET
i had the first picnic shelter be?.i DEALER-and .very otter O.v-
Parkway. which name it now imputed before folks were stopping rolet dealer in Ameica-or. both

pars, for the two have nothing in their tars and preparing to in REGISTRATIONS of cars and of trucks. provd and happy to fnafce p7'pf:
common For tin!.iv it <..tinda* n take over Although there are .I lowing report to buyer and -
shining monument to the stat. tive buyers of Chevrolet product
hundred or more such spots completed -
Again in 1947 Chevrolet built and::
the Road Department and especial- there
the right-of-way
,, told rrore: cars and more truck thanany
- still aren't enough to a'comodate other maker in the ;industry, |justin
the crowds who flock out to the FIRST Passenger Car Production in 1947-according os Chevrolet ha built and sold more

CHILLS ft FEVER area on Sundays: and holidays fo: lo published production figures.'a'. and more frvcfcs than.any other
maker for the fo'af seventeen
DUE TO MALARIA rest and recreation. period dating from Janvarf, 1931:year fo
Whole families tome with their
FIRST January, 1948-the modern periodof
RELIEVED picnic lunches and spend the day in Truck Production in 1947 according to pub- motor car hw,ory

they go swimming, fish or ju.t lished production figures. Naturally we ot well at the Chevrolet .
BY-P 666 leaf and have their picnic<' lunch or Motor Divttion of General
Motors or* deeply grateful fin
supper as the case may be. Her
FIRST America't outspoken preference for
Passenger Car Sales in 1947-according to
Chevrolet passenger cars truckiiend
incomplete but conclusive sales records. ". ore determined to do ....,-
/J..rtL.wcesFrorn fong in our power to continue toeeterve
tt>,' preference in the future

'where I sit. Joe Marsh FIRST in Truck Sales in 1947-according to incomplete ot m the pott.
: .. fy We wart to thank each and every
but conclusive sales records.
person in ttit community for Pies frlendthip -
and goodwill for tsff organ
lot.on We tolicit and oppreoo'e your
FIRST to Produce over a Million Cars and Trucks in a patronage We are doing our level.
to prove that, by filing order*
postwar year 1947-according to published probest
From Sheepskin to SheepThere for new Chevrolet jud at prompryas.ecan
duction figures. e..nunder today tr,...;
conoi'io-t-and we ore deeply' and
doubly oppreciotive of tte pot.-.ce
aren't too many college book-, or conservation and an occagraduatrinourtomn.Cwrlhonr.t FIRST in Total Passenger Car Production and Sales for the and wndertrandtng of all our any
1931 to January '0.-." rHo are owo.'; delivenet
; vional glaof bier with friend. total 17-year period, January,

thinkinc. ."...."ut rm...t fi,?k.. went I 1948-according to published na'on-icl.lIg".s.; cf r... Ct'uOip"
> :' if.jug: b>' t.atht': .: N. 4 et* to taf, you buy w-ely"
from huhrh: l into farminc.Xv education r">"tpi>':t''!!. thtj've pit w*>en you buy ore product of tote
world i lo':;.it proo1x.'l cf COM odfruckt.
harm in that! Hut I a !mire a :t'r tale on it. . ." .1 i or FIRST in Total Truck Production and Soles for the total for tat it ""*>. way to mgit-

'h'r\Ioo Ike I It:*'* Nwo,>n'b... tb'rc 11 We *. i ptra'-ce that cla' 17-year period January 1931 to January 194S mvdollor va<...' vest atwred that

\\h. V 2":t.1 hut c.,.rc to Ci'lI"I! ci.5 T cf tnt'r. f.>r i"-!.i- ,', I. u.ierstan.l-i according to published nation-wide figures. we 1111 your order for a r-ewO-ev NN

thc t;.I. 15.11 of ntgiut4. Irtcndto! ino an,1 g.-."l ('Itlzt' .\".d! I' Fur et *oo' et i t i* hu-oHy potvb
to do to. Meo-w*.!.. p'ea.<
U.1 farm bat a l''u.'rfn'm ,.h.-r..l ,-it. wr-n lick e--
M1p; to keep your p'...-t car or t"jrIn
irf.'ri"Ci!, r- orecurtitic fariur.with hih:! 'vp'kn-b.- -'r.'t hate ,t o 1 FIRST in Total Number of Cars and Trucks on the rood good fWwrg card von by b...;"*>g

wore Vrohow much tiTi. Ht1H bo' an i.f f.."r r.Ind f today-according to official nationwide regisn; ta ut for died ter'.xe: now o" 4

Farr.t" than t.* I':-.d. \t.1.t-: Irati on!. ot regular .....r-eo'-_
Hick arrn't t
tctu ran>like ((-
what 1'ai wartfd!) ..
tine an>thmc n t rft rf. >N hat !litllrrelaxation

th. allu th.'m-..l r- too; {] '
":. (1.:( rillCIS 11 \ \ CHEVROLET0J :
,n the form of rtf.tlrl trci .r. or .t'. /:

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i way. To cross in the middle of the block, rushing out ii i;
; from between parked cars, can be and too often is a short cut j!
to accident and death!

j In Florida, 170 people were injured, 71 fatally, from these
''I causes alone in our first peace year. In 75% of pedestrian

i accidents the victims \\"ere"alking in such a way as to con-
; tribute to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to
Mr. Motorist- pedestrians are more careful.
j Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers

i' MAKE are even more plentiful and careless and are pushing the
SALE-DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must dot

t HABIT some life-saving and that someone i is you.
When you cross a street or highway be personally respon
sibie for your own safety. Don't expect the other fellow to
look out for you. Cross with the light if there is one with

I c1 greatest caution if there isn't. It's up to you to walk safely
; and live
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Four The Everglades News Canal Poi1t. Florida
Friday_ "
Januart. -3. 1QiS

Sugar Company oies!I' s TR.\wBEron1" SALE* OFT Brenda Carter Has General offices! of the Live OSK. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pope h. a a:. a
Perry and Gulf Raihoad
and recent guest her brother. Janus
Wetherald Its NewPresident \ Plant City" blind peanut vender A Birthday; Party South Georgia Railway have been :Marshall wso is stationed at

Clewiston who has had his stand in the State consolidated and moved to Perry. Kearney Field. Nebr.

t Farnel'lal ket for 22 year-, Mr?. H. L. Carter entertained: :at the LOP&G from Foley and tX: -----

cant see but knows just how the home Saturday afternoon witn I l1er 1 1a South Georgia from Qmtman. it J. \\'. \Vood is visiting his broth
CLE1VISTONCharles E. strawberriy market is going.Vhic: party: for her daughter. Bend:.. I was announced today by J. H. er-in-law and sister. M.r and Mn

former General Motors production I things are good he sells a lot opeanutswhen who was celebrating herIS; Kansincer. vice president and general Charles A. Baker, in Gamesvil
chief who has been serving i the market u birthday anniversary.Mrs. I
manager. this woek.
as exectuive vice president ot' down peanuts sales drop off. 'Cart..r was assisted in

the United States Sugar Corp- j i Business was bad for Charh; entertaining by P.o Marie lien-'I' -

oration was elected to the presidency -,i last week due to a rain that it was : derson and Phillipa Lively n >
of the organization at a $1:>0,000 worn I
estimated caused II the serving of refreshments ?f if
meeting fteld in Clewiston last' of damage to strawberry: farm I cake and punch by Mrs. Oscar

week. Wetherald succeeds Foresi: ,. followed! by a severe cold wave At: : Chastain. Mrs. Bill Rogers ant

P. Tralles who asked to be relieved : this time it is too early to deterMIne Mrs. Vinson Henderson.::' Atter th Belated New Year'sGREETINGS
of this but will remainas -
duty jtsthat damage the cold serving of refreshments Bren ta
Counsel for the :
General corps
the double
i and her guests saw

ration. } . feat:lrt? at the Prince T eatre.
\Vttherald announced the following
i I t Those attending were Judy Buc

appointments. Charles ci'S. :;! Pahokee Baptists hanan. Cynthia Tuberville. LinctJ
Mott, was re-elected chairman
Hand. Susanne Chastain. Bill John
the board: Harry T. Vaughn became Have An Excellent
son. Gayle Johnson. Myra Jon('?.
vice president and was appointed -.
IalI I Program PlannedA Nancy Thomas. Larry Branch.
resident manager. Georgie Jordon. Carl \Vatson. l"o 3Iy Friends:
colmV.. Bigg was reelected sec-
Freddie Hickerson." Sandy Rogers .
Rev. C. A.
and treasurer. short time ago. Thanks for
letary your splendid patronage duringtie
, Judith Platt. Phillip Lively. Rose ):
the Pahokee
officers *- Moberg.
The were r
following ,
appoint Dr. B. A. Bourne, vice Mens Bible Class, presented a lesson Marie Henderson and BrenrtiCarter. pat Yl'ar'hiI, I've l hl't.'U out of the store. I

president in charge of research: on "Did Christ Himself Claimto ._ plan to he around thi year. >o. will )greatly appreciate -

Josiah Ferris Jr.. vice president in I be God?" Because of the favorable your continued patronaire. Uere< hoping .

charge *>f sales personnel and real !'I expressions concerning- thi W. A. Humphries' Sr., that 104S i is good to you.
estate; R. Y. Patterson, vice president presentation. Hefoberg will\ rev

in charge of engineering :1 peat this Sunday morning at the Has Birthday PartyMrs. -

\V. C. Prewitt. vice president n !j preaching service" at eleven! o'clock. -
\V. A. Sr, entertiined -
charge of Agriculture; O. A.I Rv rpqu."t.frs.. Moberg will sing
at her home in Port
Jones assistant secretary ana ;> "Th Holy City. JULIAN CHANDLER
with dinner ho--
treasurer; Fred C. Sike- assistant The Ladies Trio will also:; lavorwith
oring her husband on his Gist
secretary and Arthur F. Hackney a selection. The choir wil!
comptroller. render a\'ed.'Saved" At the birthday anniversary Sunday. .\T CHANDLER'S: IN: I'AHOKEEA _

--..- -- night service, seven thirty. Dr. :f. Those attending were Mr. a:1ct11'
"The :\ ". X. D. F.'an11'. and Mrs
F. Rt'sooler preach on.
Bob Gray Asks For Tribulation Period. The Bibleteaches R.V.. Sin l..tatlr.. and Mr" C i I,
\V. Maxwell and Dale. Mr. and |
and the Revelation son
the Rapture I I
His Old Job AgainTALLAHASSEE 1 I of the Ch'irch of the Firstborn Mrs. \\'. A. Humphries. Jr.. and i.I

I. son. C arIt.*. Mr. and Mrs. R. B.f.1rkf'Y :
of *
a period some :seven! year
-R. A. Gray, Fare, >
I Ix-twecn each manifestation.In :\ and children. Bobby
who for IS has served Florida I i
year* view" of what! WalterVinche'I: Billy and Becky. Mr. an,1tr=
as Secretary of State, (Fla :- Leon Guthrie and daughter Card >
had to say' in his broadcast) last
fi*d n.s n candidate l for reelection Garrett !
Sunday commensurate with eonditions j Jo and Eva Gail. :\Ir"hhd.t -
to nnoth'-r f-:> term. "I am J. I
ur-yoar Sam Humphries.? T. j
as foretold in the Bib!'. 1 '
again asking the TVivux-ratie ('I.- the ..1:1of the Lord! is not too far Hir te. Jim Humphries.. and
tors for their vide and uI'port; OTmv MrV.; .\. Humphries. Sr.
!in the distant future. The lirrharaDhio : !
nlwhe| of ontintifd! public servio : - I
will -oingTht' thirty voie'opcl : Servant of the Glades
in k*-,'i>ing with the nff \'?
. !: ch'.ru-s will augment tV State Constitution
nntt- s!"<. iio I of -prompt and ,
t'''-rte<'tis servio.\* InstaUd.. song ser'tee.led by Repptrd i i Is BPWC Tork-! I JIi
t. with Mrs. (". R. \ oten at th" I i
Cray is ii-ni::;iured as one of tho'al.I.'t
To 'mi
riar.o. The Hn.lay ? ho >1 \\ill! i I 4 Buses '
iiion in the cabinet a s""rio -O'ir State: C.'ntltutinn"<;
nt..t1 !\-I. 'v'th clasps for ., lages
"s student of government and I plained t.. Tvemliers of the E- 1',.o W|>| I ITo Palm Beach
Iini Il.irivVilkm!'on. Jr i .
one of the best Biiaine- ant Prof.ssiomlWoman's
posted men on the slides :
Supt MrV.. M. Dubf a,' will rtiiet I Daily I'l Mers lMike1md
subject in the state He has no opposition Club in a talk hy Mirv : :
the program of the Training .
and it is generally conceded Esarey. West Palm Beach a*- I ;
Union at 6:15.Signal : : .
that he will mn unoppo .. torney. at a B.fcPWC meeting at
------ the home of Mrs. -Rethelle IV)brovv ;
i Glades Motor Lines Inc.
| Equipment Tuesday night Talks were al!* >T ,

I I given by Mrs. Sara Creech of Belle

I To Be Demonstrated I Glade! state president:! who spokon -' i! U SERVING THE

Prince Theatre!' TAIP.A Signal Team from State"Our Federation"Responsibility and hy John*o th'T. GLADES"t

| Third ..armit posed of one ot- P <"k -tt. local engineer.The t

ticer anal ten enlisted men. will group completed plans for i iI

Pahokce, Florida conduct a two-hour: demonstration ,' working with members of the

,I ..f the latest signal equipment ini i Belle Glade Club in serving a- Cohr.tos.sps -

I I eluding Headquarters Signal Ap- ![ at the H.&P\\'C district I

SundayMondayJanuary ,. paratut. Ground Radio t.'nit an.lirh..rn ;i; meeting be held at the Clewi I II

.\ (" Pathfinder Equipment ion Inn Sunday. Refreshment*

28-29 Fort Homer \\'. Utterly on ""t'.I. II wore served by Mrs. Dobrow to 2O I

read.ry.! January 2*. at SUI n' 'mb,' -s' and guests .. --- = '
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"CYNTHIA"starring This is the new ph.i-o of practscal i I Dick Ervin Pays His
training that should prove of | Those Sensational

\ ,'xtrt'nlt''allll' at this tmu- It w-M 1 1i i( Qualification Fee

I j I... the first of a series of d-'Ino"- I!! _
i str.itions to follow indll.lm1lr '
Elizabeth I RichardV. Taylor, i I Trani T"'rtahillty. Engineer and In- '
'i I l.itk.i and Tallahassee qualified is
James Lydon I t.tntr"I'ap"n- and equipment. RUNNINGI
1 providing the attondince and interest 'itfive j

George t in the first; '!t'mn1- ]i
Murphy I
stration warrants. i j fication fee was received by the -Rain or Shineat
SpringByingtop.: Org.inired Reserve Corps anl Secretary of State todaj'

: National Gum: units from Tam After qualification Ervin mad' the
the fnllerving; statement for pub-
,! pa. Lakeland and St. Petersburgwill
We give it orchids" j licit!ion:
attend' the demonstrat'e'.1I1!
olhvr rt'aervC Kftu-t-rs and men a*eaVitM I "I have never ht fore asked to t).> PALM BEACH

to lv elected to public\ office H.tweve-.
---- sv pn''nt.
j d.mng the past twelve years :

I have continuously served th- State i KENNEL CLUB

I i and the p"opleOf Flon-li in s.>ver-

al re-4p-.nsiMt' capacities.: I ff.-j 1

that my work with! the State ha* - -. - - - -
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T', : r.tribtted tits
C\X.\I. I>OIT.GENKRAL . 1.111:1111 .: 10 RACES NIGHTLY 10
. :: past .IN'a.I'hf''r
T .ftf-iTf of cit .'f'>'' I ma.h.1..-.-
REPAIRS I I'" attributed To the f-a. T th it I Ira FIRST RACE Sir:

(":ti. I ='ueks. Tractors. Diesel I -irlv i=1 life I lcarr.-d that t'erhIt :
: : i-. .-rtitU-d to furA".irthv !j jrrnir.rt
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PHONE r;:u i .! ,..try and :n'-..:rv and *" sriv-'i i i Qt'INELAS: EVERY RACKDAILY

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li1)11N ltlus . '-".":nary !1 !O t..r: : .. ".,,- ac NO II"OHDIITTEI: : >

Till 1'1' with Gasoline and Irk- \ll l>.i>. If You IJkeMMLAIKXTTIOV : errsdrat .d Carl n} .r ,- :
1-- i tte' Ins I'ahh.rO': .t. :

LOl' BRANCH f r" ..-:!!,: ,>ffrrs tr. NewVa \ '!",{ SPECIAL CLl'BHOrSE SERVICEPage

\\ "< Pains H"av- FTr.d\ Opp.v:!. %t" ">:;t''Y'S' 1- i \ -tunx-.n :Sri LIy &

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January 23. 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Fage Flv

. Veterans Get BreakIn CHURCH OF CHRIST, r "Cupid On Parade"At ;- Grady Burton Plans ,, of personal ambitions: bat is char-::

SCIENTIST"TRUTH" cd with the responsibilities of sate
:Mount Dora Home is the subject of th? Legion Hall In Vigorous CampaignWAUCHULA sound and conservative thinking

Building ProgramMOUNT Lesson-Sermon: which will be read Belle Glade Feb. 7 that! the legal:: rights! and privileges -
in Churches of Christ. Scientist -Speaking before of the state and its citizenship -
throughout the world on Sunday. shall protected and
civic last week. State Attorney
DORA The a group
:Mount January 23. Par! are gxr: forv.arJ for served."
Dora Chamber of Commerce Build- Burton. candidatethat
"Cupid"on Parade" a Pre-Lenten Grady
The Golden Text is: "Study to
ing Committee working in cooperation shew thyself approved unto God. Festival;; 1 presented by the AltarSoc'ety the office of Attorney Gen- Burton reports that he is making -
with the officials has eral said splendid progress in his cam-
city a workman that needeth not to be on February 7 at the :
established:: probably the only! ashamed rightly dividing the wori Legion Hall in Belle Glade for the: "It may not be unfortunatethat : paign and has mapped out a rigorous -

working plan for veterans housingin of truth" ill Timothy 2:15>. Building! Fund. The King and hte office of Attorney General program between wall take now ana
the state of Florida. These Among the citations which comprise Owen of Hearts have been select- a* well as a campaign lor election day that him

home;>. coating' the veteran on an the Lesson- {,".&J) 's the fo.- j j .J. Announcement of their names election to that office does norcreate into every Florida
average of S-V JO including the lot. lowing from the Bible: "Rejoice in I viii he made at the ceremony pre-i the ;.nteje and excitement' -- -
have more than proved that veterans the Lord. O ye righteous: : for'I 1! ceding!: fie! ;: lance when they will that sore of the other state an 1co.rty i' Lending- themselves readily to

can have the low cost homing praise is comely for the upright. I Ii be crotvred.i office' develop.! It probably ma*< rti"d ction technique more
that they want if farsighted i Praise the Lord with harp: sin; I| This honor has been bestowed or.T i io die to the fact th! ;.t this otfic's than 2.tint of the all-welded P-S-1
business men will give the proper: unto him with the psaltery and an your lady of Bel'e' Glade who 1 not !glarnrrous. nor it is sui- -package box cars" have: been de-
backing. :Many inquiries have compfrom instrument of ten strirtrs . Fo I I' rae chosen to be Queen of Hearts roundel \.-.:h treat patronage h\ered to the nation'railroaJ-*
all over the nation asking the void of the Lord is right! an.l in this; fantasy because of her I but it may be looX- by Pu'lmnn-r-tandard Car ::\lan'la.ttri'J -
Chet Conellv. the contractor for all his works are done in truth' sparkling: personality, charm and ed upon I"10reas the work horse ( Company.
detailed information about the Psalms 33: 1.2.4). popularity and a \\"orI.1'ar II of the administration: and executive --.- -
proj ct. Thus far three house3 The Les=On-S r"1on also includesthe Veteran of Pahokee who will he a branch of government. It ';' Mr. and :Mrs. James Vann has ->d

have already been completed and following! passage< from th- tall dark and handsome King. not the proving:: ground for pet : a guest the past week Lot
occupied and five more are in various Christian Science textbook "Sci- Master Young! Creech will represent theories of :government; taxation Parker of Laker. X. C.
stapes of construction. Average Cupid and Mile Miss Rosa
enco and Health with Key to the
monthly payments run the ScriDtures" bv Mary Biker Eddy: line Tharpe will be se",n in a tap
veteran a pproximately $tO pi "Th" Rcierce tenches man that dance at the Court. |

month. Coil is the only Life, and that thi-; Of special interest will be a I
Probably the most gratifying Life is Truth 'and Love- that God bill; *"* performf: bv ::\Il"!s' Jeanne ( NOW u Can Get It!

l.hase of building to the veteran is to iv* 11 nd l.'r too.l. adored. and Gnugh :Miss! Gouch halO studied
has l-<-fn the elimination of the demonstrated: that divine Trutn with Xaro Hennch of Rochester.! I
government red tape. All the techr.K.ilitv :1"t" nut pocititn'1l 4"Irnr an.1 V Y. Emf'tiIf' Komersorjlo-kv '

of title, insurance, interest heals the sick" ( -171:31 L New York City and :Mme.rni: .;- II ul1
and other technicalities} that have "s School of Professional Dancint I II +-
hara;;!"cd veterans for many month in New Haven. Conn. She taught

an all handled by a non-profit Florida Born Race dancmsr in'alioll;& private andpuh'ie
group railed Veterans Home Ser schools an l 'n1tt'zt' Mis I
vice. All the pr."pt"o"=on a waltz! : ballet
build'-r need to do is to prove his f er her number and will test afeommnied
I The IdealAllPurpose
ability to pay and the house is his.: ::\IlAIlTh.: .. Florida BreedersAsaorittion I by :Mrs.: Sidney K. Smifi.

--... will reach a milestone Jr. v ho will! play Coppelia bv I. 'wI I Outboard ,

:Mission Study Is in its brief history em FVt- Pelibus from the Ballet Ru-;==:e. For lishll>& ., for the family for -Llu
tuary G at Hialeah with the firs I I Complete ii<>taiN. 'vill be riv'i' fun It 3 here.... precn'on built. lJIII'l'
tip. twin that seta a new.taraJara .4/ta---
Planned For Monday running of the 5,000; Flon'U next week when the name's o* i i in design and Tforman.-e. The New V/t 'I, J
Breeders Stakes, a three furlong I G'il; Honor will be announced Mercury for Racket the most ha rug speed ed and e "n endurance ... yet .,.---.M.-- -., ..

Plans for a mission study courseon event for tWo- 'par-ol.l" foaled l nFloridu I The !SusrarHnd Orchestra will furnish -: null .throttle down to the smoothest mERcuRy, --
motion trolling pace you .
"Ppintuil:: Frontier to |lt hel 1 which will be raced over i the music i for dancingThp I j jpuMir slow saw. And..t has Mercury's emclu- --- I -'.

rext rn"lth'n.- made l,v mem- the famous Nursery CourstvReponse 's cordially invite l to attend : roller ore hFull.Jc".t..d'bearing throughout* Power>. (ball and \ ..___. .....j.
Iwrs of the First Baptist Woman's! to the Hialeah man- this colorful and entertamirsj "- '
agement's to festival Tickets may be "- Come in and see It '. --
Missionary Union at a businessiiiroting : attempt encourage 'I pu
in the Fellowship: Hal an infant industry in this state j i, cbi",od from any numl..T of th"Society

:.:<'ndav afternoon. have excelled .expectation ant j :
It was announced that :Mrs.: WM more than 1J Cmcker-Im-d: equine |I --- --- : CANAL POINT SPORT SHOP

PuBus, will teach a class at a lave already been named: for this :Mrs. Dulany Chosen I 1 meeting at the church r>.\ went.Vhilo the briithnjj ot X-\t Ttl Dru ton'1.: (tCarter, 1'1'01'
Frb 2ft at which time members thoroughbreds in Florida is comparativHy i i Head Church Women j jMrs.
of the \',,"uman'sIb"'ionar:: ' Union new all indications | -
of the Canal Point Baptist Church that these Hondabreds have a j John A. DuKinv of the P.i- :
will attend as guests. surprising: amount of speed anJ'' hokee First Methoh Church was '

Plus were also madeby the quality. I I elected president uf the Council of I .p-
group to serve luncheon at the For irstince. one of the likeliest !- Church Women for the P.lhokt'l'I
February meeting: of the Pahokee- looking prospects for the Fl.r-j j: Canal Pont area at an organ-zi-: '! Your Active Supportof k

Canal Point 1liniOtf'riallsoc '- ida: Breeder Stakes is Franc' tion meeting held Friday aft.-.r-I I j'
tion which will \v held at the Frst Cracker a on of Liberty Franc noon in the First Baptist Fellowship
n'Il'ti..t Church on Monday. FVb. 2. bred and hai f.l by Hunter Lyon. Hall. y:&
starting at 10 a. m. All ministers Sr.. of Miami. Chairman of the Other permanent officers fir ss

of Palm Beach County have been Board of the Florida Breeders! the coming year chosen by true < T. HaroldVilliams '
invited to attend this meeting as sociation. Franc's Cracker \5-1 group were Mrs. A. R. Harrington I I .:,,

guest of the association. training for his engagement in tht'I 1 I, of the Canal Point Methodist: j jChur' '
--_. February 6 event work."d a quarter i -*'. vice pn'si.ltnttr; :: J t For County Solicitor :
in 2.:> 2-5 out of the starting I I Ipato. 1\1. Pahokee) tr
i the
("ci-'enters are saving: as much :: Greoham flf >
IS !.". cents on every dollar spe.'t Many other nomin''t's hv. :i: Church! of Co'1 !'t"'<'r.taran 1 r t
will insure the election
for food because grocers have cut worked equally as well but were MrKirle: Pitts of the Pahokeo I

their rust of doing business ap- not timed officially. 'j: Church of the Nazarene treaurer ., i of : man who has already proved his
While this will he the first
pioximately in half during the past nm- ,
15: years John A. Hartford, president fling of a stakes exclusively for i The croup; made plans to snonI I I \vininu-ne-s to unselfishly and fearlessly -

if A AT P Food Stores, reports Flonila-bred1 homes' bred an I 'or Cur. major projects during' t 1.' serve the people of our Community.
raised in this state won more thin ;i i veqrFir''t. the er>o"sor.. .it of t1., I I

j *>o race at major tracks during exits of Cnain t.f :Mission Ass if','-'a t .r bv I Si.pHrtt of T liar M
HI".. The official tabulation ot' ; <\-:.",!>, prosr.'vl'5 to be ....-e--t 'f 1 ,
races won bv nda-breds! is !>;J..1 i 1n I Fth"IIrwIth Mrs: Her.rvBro.
but some of these were won on butt ..ker Cinal P"ir.t R pti-; '
I'VE "mg"als and around the leak (h"r.-h, rhairmtT'! of the enr'in'-1!
roof circuit and are not counted by second the -
tee in charge: spfuef
the association.In >. .,
-, : :",' a World I I iy f Prayer
INTERESTING VIEW I addition to Hunter Lyon a ;'!',';::r.TT.. vntJi! Mr. W. M. T)u!?-,!" *.
-THROUGH 'f 4' BARS AT TH1 j'Tt J't'ct. C..1 O'Xeil. Fred Peter !-ir>t Bipti Church chairman of
ZOOFROM TH' INSIDE\ I nerd Steve: Zachar are slid to have'pixnl 'I .Fn e'tr.'tse: in! rhir_,>: third. I' h iiV
OF 1H'CgGES ones in their bmIn I'iiIe.l I i the vj>r,n- ''rnip <>f a ttY Hay .>! V
among the st illior.s .stan' in fell ..'. -'!'I'j nropram;: with :Mrs: H \:
Florid i are such: good race horses I. SP"First nintt Church
a* :\Iuc!"'o Gusto: lvnsirb an i chairran .*f the Christian S... .:1:
Liberty F"rpmm;.% are ">f
T O'Tn' committee ir shame:
I. ttl'' Sanr'ie. one of the oit17 I and fo'trth. the spc :-."' tr>sh.p .* .'
;tar,!'nz .t''f'IC''ht 1,1"...'s: C'.! -
".V.irld C.r.rv.r.ioPiv: proc! ii":
!', >is also -Mine court IP Flr- '"ttl :Mr* .1 S rhl..tal1",1:: I II
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t clt. : oirt rtar'h. i hiirmin .f r 7 ri

t ------ I the World Relation* committee in !
7 0l charge: All of these will N uri >n !'
Effie Lou Keen i ,.rn-tI'I's: with members r-f '1''. '

t'hsrhes! 1n t'ue t'." ,"> t' ,":T..:=..t.- :
Has Bit thday Party I
Y .'r. the t end wh--n tike .
on rig: | i I' ir.\ifed! to p:\rtI
\'. ',1' .rote t.. the LAKE: SHOP.i >r H K Rv.I*r pr'-'r.L..d i th* .
)MOTt cnIP.XYth: your I Mr: KIN'vcrtJi Keen r.tertin- dev..::',-al program at the r.1r..t- i ALFARL
.J 1 ht' h n.W.. .!r.tsJiafter!
e a: r .
c :
It:_ Rv A Mobe-c sang i
.. ,. Ker.V: "
.u t tcpaits pr a: I.
n.- wih t party hor I'nr.!! h-':- Tv I.i
i vo< il c..i.i ar.-r rr.pir.d! it .
a.Ji'nuatt !Iy ttj-j.pjvf,1 t.' fLtt' 1 .;.) - - -
!dhtr. F.tte I>VJ. "". her fourth piano bv Mr* ?.t .. rr. Mrs: A I. I IHarr'1C:1 pi.
.tll 117.1!; ,.f t.., i dt t1\.r, a.1 l>;.rj ..div It.1'vr $:" "*..'s!" w, re t'- rrr.: nrt'ha'*'" "' :
'\\t' r SoI"I! 'r\ Ittw \.j t:',! t ".t' t-'re prt's.-- *. "
p"o= it e b''.":n"'''' i-d M'eJ i
\\',' =,rt"1.. d I 'r t it i ..* ,:a :arty' hat.a- ft\t r" l:.'- .' h- \ t"h.p"t":, .-,-. .. .... i. ;

'l'\t''rtt'; t ,cia; .t;'I t.- s':mtr.t f i'et ritr. and r.n-- !:i'v. +*.*.! t1tA erct i "!s'';!:or. aw i t',':-
,., ." ,,\' w.'rewrv'.."'J bv: the ho.ttt' .> U ,1a.,'a "" .;.:.-.. .,'.<<..*> q3.'r't b' -

-.- F'.-. :r. :Ira II D ra ..LL!: j.- :.'
F. wer t.-an 7.;, f" 'nit n:.>Tri....t !h.' n'nt ,! !!':.. r..or.--: '! ..c "-' .
LAKE SHOREMOTOR '..\\', lost thirIrix.r* '.., tee ;.'>: ;"!e.' .\T'.r: I' ..1

'a : t" fiiriipy: "-. t-e "..-ar r"'f'fU'r.atl''T4'" ;'!"P"":',! -ssi.u.
CO. t itautom;*btle atc:n- -- -.---- I. ; r t; imtI iat. .1

'. .. 'r DA !":t>:ly: It"\\. accord to a report M' V R E:&r"t::e ;: ,0 -MU
T't't I" week by f!: "r (': ar:t's Hr,* ks F.t Lt:*.-r'ta: :> L "

Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. January 23. 1JMS

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Cinematic ChatterBy j I I Mount: Dora Plans Gay Engages-Bob- -

Chevrolet is Massive
1948 ]I II
Malcolm Millar Regatta For Mar. 21 Bishops Campaign

PI Manager In Race
Yes. folks we're giving this on
Mount Pora: Regatta. planned for
of them
orchids-huge bouquets
March 21 and with American :
-for the most deserving comedy, Saturday
Power Boat sanction, promises to
the most delightful romance tin of Orlando
as manager of the
draw race enthusiasts from allover AT
most delicious story that we ha.chad state-wide
the nation. The Regatta campaign by which Gay
the pleasure of screening in seeks election for
a four-year ter.ii
sponsored jointly by the Mount ,
some time. as comptroller of Florida. He held
Dora Chamber of Commerce and
We're talking about 'Cynthia'. the Mount Dora Yacht Club is the post since the death of J. M.
It will be screened at the Prince Leee.
the second annual race that has
Theatre Pahokee Sunday- lo1- I been put on in this area. Bishop is a native Floridian and
day with Elizabeth Taylor and is known
throughout the state as
Joe Swift secretary of the
James Lydon furnishing the teenage leader
a state-wiite progressthrough
American Power Boat Association
romance and starred and
Region 5. and also of civic activity.He .
secretary -
George Murph yand Mary Asti'r.right ,
a national vice presidentof
the Florida Federation of Out-
up in that bracket as thv board Clubs has been the U. S. Junior Chamber cf
Father and Mother. Gene Lock
general chairman of the" re att'\. Commerce in charge of international -
har tand Spring byington are in
A racing enthusiast himself. Swift
the supporting cast. has promised that many of the i! is a past' president' of the Florid,

This grand exciting story brings outstanding drivers of the countrywill Junior Chambers' of Commerce. H<"
to the excitement of the firstdate :
you ''
be in Mount Dora attemptingto Kt president of the University i
the glamour of that first of
smash old records and establ'sa! Florida Alumnigslwiati1:
dance, the ecstasy of that first:
new ones.Pledge. secretary of the Florida ForwardThrough

kiss. It tells how a lonely girl -.- Education Committee:

can find a willing boy- How she
treasurer': of the Florida Forestand

can beat the competition of othergirl.9. I Service Is Park Association: and a vie_.

that will I,
It tells
a story
Conducted By WSCSThe The over-all simplicity and massiveness of the new 1948! Chevrolet is well president of the Florida Pubhi-itv
etch itself right into
shown in this three-quarter view of the Fleetmaster Sport Sedan. Fenders, and Public Relations Association.;

You must see it! hood body and door panels all blend; and the crease moulding below the Bishop; is an attorney by profession

See you at the movies Mai. Woman's Society of Christian windows is wider than that used in previous models. Note the new T-shaped and has taken leave, forte

- Service of the Pahokee First chrome center bar on the radiator grille. A
duration of the campaicn.
Methodist Church conducted its
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New Juice Machine : poet a* assistant exovitive -

um-1essive pevretiry of the recently or-

Readied For Market the church auditorium Monday I Pete Didn't Have eanized lawyers Title Gu"irant;

night. The theme of the White Christmas Fun'J !.
programof I
WINTER HAVEN -- John A. .\ ; campaign: rmn.isrer for (""I.' <-
faith and dedication wa ThyVav '
Snivfly. Jr.. Winter Haven citrus 'I' t'Ie'! Gay. Bishop will! Yv l.xtei

grower packer and processor.: has \ Upon; Filth I k PKTnRSBlTRG W1..K; ::. at state campaign: hO':1tl'1u\'t.'Ts in

announce that he: has arrangedfor Special music for the service (' hla may not have lien all! I the Ancebilt lintel Orlando!

the manufacture of a new typo was furnished hv Mrs. P. D. Caud- Mr. and! Mrs. ;i i provide its winter visitors wit: ----_ _

of canned juice vending machine ill vocal soloist and Mr. OrinS. have af guests .. Christmas by ma kin.; Mr, an.! Irs. A. C Libhart bar'

and its* delivery) to distributor Bacon organist. Others taking sister-in-law. Mr. '; the city levoived untoi 1 I a< house guests her'r.Ir i ;:.

starting March 1. part on the program were MrJ. -*. Burks of Griffin. of publicity from tar: Jhn."nn.rnJ diucht: !:: .'r.

The machine will dispense five'ounces F. Colson. WSCS president: :Mr. Mary Ruth ll'I' tunt. And either way SI Hollv. of New Bntain. Conn.
Mr.- L. J. Frt<;t'r.Ir!=. M. I. Keen.
of cold grapt fruit or oran I resigned from !'- ';:: couldn't! have lo.-t. 1-- - -- - -
Mrss. R. J. Schrodor. Mrs. A. F. .
juice ('- Hlerd in .-t paper run for physical. t' a pilot chopping ice ir.t. .

five c. :It". It is about the size at'an maleI1'!'. I. J. Frasure. Jr.. girls at the I|'I ... a'mve the "Sun-hine Citv' 11 1-
MrI.. M. Lair Mrs. J. M. F.lliott. Classified AdssKITIC
it would !lui'e
ori nar' lefricerator. is coin according to an j, pnxiuced snow
Mrs. T. L. Burns. Mrs. D. \\ Cu.v ..' headlines because it wont 1
operated and I entirely automatIc. I j Principal D. D. I,
: nincham. Mrs. G.t'. Bvrd. ::;:'..
dispensing! the juice from 46-ounc- Mrs.; Julia Holly i, been the first time anyone in tanks and grease traps
Mrs. C. T. Howes, Mrs. C. A. Shlvand
cans loaded on a chain. day to her home I j Pd'rohtlr'r had seen; snow cleaned and repaired.r'hone
Mrs. James Vann.
Distributors of the machine arrt Conn., after a vi }! 3S72. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c
Following: the program, dinnerwas if it failed!, all St. Peters
them has her
juice to supply been arranged I weeks with -- --
served in the social hall of the had "You FOR SALE: New Willy.Jeep.] .
to ,
in 11 districts; throughoutthe daughter. Mr. and say was: see W3

r.-.ton.! including one on tie church. Hostesses at the dinner hart. in Pahokee.Mr. even get snow here with dry Walter Ashley Garage in Bell
were Mrs. E. L. Pope. Mrs. Duncan Jllch
Glade. Phone 126.
Pacific Coast. Snively's plan is to and Mrs. H.
Pa. ('tt. Mrs. Jack Spencer Mrs.H. -- ---- ---
sell the machines to operators who children. Roger the snow-making attempt
T. Williams, Mrs. L. J. Fraser. IF "Ol7lCE lookmc for a homein
will place them on a percentage plan to leave taken as a gag by some St.
Pahokee I have two on th !
Mrs. H. C. Monroe Mrs. C. A.Shi.t" .
basis in factories shops drugstores home in \\" :: visitors. Paul A. Davis. ridjre. Owner leaving town and
Mrs. Leon
Spooner. Mrs.
hotels restaurants' lohbi(''. Jaudon have been editor of the Evening!
sell at reduced price if can
Parnell Enecks. Mrs. J. T. Boyn- fays
waiting rooms etc. The juice will hokee for the past sponsor of the stunt; ,
ton and Mrs. Keen. sell now. Call me now, Dan Carpenter -
be supplied through warehouses . Mr. and Mrs. I. he had received several calls Phone 2571. D26cS.
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from which the operators may have as guests protest.

draw what they need regularly New Water Ski Frank Fra. .r came to St. Petersburg to get FOB SALE: Six room house' andS

and pay for it as they need it. at Glenn Carlton and from snow" one man said l room colored quarters .>n150x300

a stable price the year 'round. Champ Is ChosenAt Dean and Mary, don't you keep your ice in foot lot. also 16 acre of -

"I believe this machine will go along Winter Haven ice box?" another demanded. muck land '2 mile north of Canil

way to stabilize the citrus Ark.R.. J. Simonson > man even approached Pineal- Point bridge.; By owner Steph-n

market and provide a reasonable WINTER HAVEN Martha: improving at St. Circuit Judge; Victor O. Wehle Solick. J30->

profit to growers" Snively said. West Palm the possibility of getting: an In-
Mitchell of"illt'r Haven won I'OK S\LK: Baby carriage r'igoo.l
"It should help to take care of th? the tuck contf'st'hie1 Gently underwent : against; the paper to pre
riding : condition. Mrs Jack Phil-

estimated 6.000.000 box increase gave her points enough to win the his arm. the snow-making attempt. lips. Pahokee phone 2.,.13. 1:.*

each year of our citrus crop anal Florida Women's Water Ski Championship Mrs. H. E. Re= --- --- --- ---.- ----- -

give the grower a little hotte- here Sunday during: the! 111., has joined rUJ> SALE: 1<)37 Chevrolet! !'

hope for the future." I I finals of the third annual Florid Res>ler. in a ,. (:'w.I! condition. $350 Mike offer.

Si'vely! and his associates' will Water Ski Tournament at CypressGarden. in-law and 'npay't.' Phone :.!:.-;I.

operate under the name of the .". Mrs C. A. loh;>rJ:
:Onin'lY.'nllim Mr. and Mrs. "IROOM: bungalow on large! lot
:: and Sales Com I Johnette Kirkpatnck of Daytnn'tReath :
of had their on the ridge; three -dro.tms
pony which he i. president. : and! Nance Stilley, now ofNew as gues-t
$52..O; Call Pan Carpenter Phon
-- her mother Mrs.
I York tied 1 for second place in
) Bench
Grooms and .exercise boys at the woman's division.! IMray ; and Mr. Calvin Spooner of

Hialeah are lit-ing entertained I Pick Pope Jr.. lat year's national Mr. and Mrs.; : I announce the birth of i IV B.ul..y s ub.livisi in 1'...-

three times weeekly with motion junior boys champion, competing Clearwater will Calvin Leon, at the Eve:: h<.k...- ?"IIII. Call Pn" Carpenter.
Pahokee for
pictures through the courtesy ..tthe for the first time in tnsenior <> in Memorial Hospital on Jar. --
i months while Mr. I'ut: s \1.E:: K foot Correct:
management At theatre haspreen menus division, wa hixi; .
for Craft 1O h. inbnard m'.tor.
I superintendent:
set up in the grandstand an1 point man toIn the F! hlImen's
Construction ---- Call 2751 in i'ah'.kee.
attendant is strictly for the lava j championship with Trai.i-
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on the Kuk--tret: !. mell Pirk.-tt coming second and kee chance of some' : Becauset h" ordinary mirror rev roKLK: Corn suitable f..r
I Piekio lowe third.! city
--- placing
: t> a faintly discernible added chicken or !stork fete!. 11M. potin'l
Ruddy! Shirley Mac Call: won the Junior program.Rev. bp SI fK.. Hull Packing Co. p.i-
Boyle set a row worn ard! Mrs.; GIa3<-
tGirl' champnnchin: while RohnWiNoi
water ski jump record when h* i 'IIt their hoijA: ; has d"vtl..p.-.l an alum hikes
eap'urod the .I'iruor n.v'
made .1 leap of tit feet in the state: title! \\.'\*. F..rmt\! Lin ; coated mirror, with th T'- \"Tut.- for sal'I-rt--.-'rntlnr.-- -- --

ski jump tourney at Cypres .,\t' 1 on the front surface, f ,r
ana. : :
;Mro th'ln)0'0\ >po ?a-rs w'tre al IP-t ( r mpl'tIv overhauled.
Gar! last week a week's; revival in s< -r.tific instrun;. nts.
<5ed I the tw.v-d.iv tournamentahh : I a 'i 1"1 very Itt: Put rubber onr.
--- the =NirarerseM _
.. \h..1
: was under t d-rec.i of ar. tartrr. weiphtIn;; -

::.r* '.' :. rt vi r.- w' lovators! ,; were Chi-Ie,. Ticr.-r! : .,f I..-ru Inland! : and :Mr. : : rr.itannal: '..'/> m C""I conti'>.n.

uist''I' :*io'.s:i- ''.t the t*. S n A meti*! Water Siji A*.'iitioi ; R-'!w'era. G.1. :ir* I D"lv.raof new treicht cars t.' Oivr! OTAith. Ioa.t.'r. A-l onBovrt'T *-

IM7. .-i-ordi"p: to .t market study ..f!!. 11! v\ '. > -ter\-. '- *-. i 17.'fr.ep t--.>*h*>r nr-\! !"1* *. rulr"-i !. by Pullman- '."'" VJn'liprrrnt f'.mranv -

l< SKK I"dtn: Ino T.o : Mr<= :?.! I "'-..'n. : Car M.mufa t'jrirsr Iom-
y :
ni- T'e"T! ! K:!!':\trd! r.r.- !- !!t f H vntr. It- ;*' h. fla' P '* "

tion's"fl.vt" r.oiv yi".iN ", I-:!-.r; "\',""-r .Ck' .V-- lt:.". i :MMvrt: :is Th" in-pr-.v.: <.h! rpv: in the third '27! ItpJI

.r- '\1" .. I'wnoo .riT.. .t I \'. .! h. 1i ... r.:.' Pd' n.Mrhw art. r a*. tr.. r, s'lt f f an :m-
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-tr-.llT" ....! A::" .-.' .! : . arer.siveales
: i) MKTALS CORP. arrar.
' .n, -..,.....-.! th" n..URlITY j.r.cnm lor. m"Joor} Iaf'-bf'old epr -
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j Join; the 11,200 pedestrians KILLED last year!


Don't go home to-night. Go to the hospital-or the morgue!

Why be around to-morrow, next week,or next year? Go on-

dash through traffic when and where you shouldn't. Ignore

!i red lights and safety signs. :Make a face at the traffic cop

I who's trying to protect you as you tear by hurrying to go

!. where?

Be impatient. Hurry hurry and join the 11,200 pedestrians

! Mr. Motorist-_ who were killed in the United States last year. 193 of them

; were neighbors of yours in Florida.
i But perhaps you don't like the idea. Maybe you enjoy living
and don't want to rush into Kingdom Come prematurely.
I That's different-and the answer is simple. Don't hurry. Wait

just the few seconds it takes the light to go green. Don't

I take a short cut across the middle of the block, drivers aren't

!I 4' : -- looking for you there. And no matter when or where you

C ' cross a highway, be alert. Walk safely and live longer.OBSERVE .

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DON'T TAKE CHANCES Sheriff's Department

repared !:r'-e Asscc.a+ed [Ca af'Id {:
F'er' ;ds. see Rc' ;"ds: Press Ass} Palm Beach CountyFriday.
C;30"; aid *-e Na.0.,1! Cc-er,,-
t;c. 3$ a pub!rC; se'ce

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Eight The Everglades News Canal
Point, Florida
Frivia\ January '3. IJ1-\
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Bill Wainwright TEACHERS AND Methodists In : :-:\> BIBLE CLXSSTnis
John Bennett
Seeks RRC Job"I'ALLAHASSEEW. The monthly meeting of tie Point Make Sunday morning. RrV. C.
Moberg. teacher of the Pahokeo Cruthird Has Party
teachers and officers of the Sunday -
Bible Class will
For Choir present a
M. IBm School of the First Baptist cial paper on the lesson of til-: ? On His Birthday
Wainwright has announced hi- Church of Pahokee will be conducted '
"Ambassadorship. i""#
candidacy; for State Railroad and Monday night in Fellowship In a recent meeting
Uat"ere)" member of the Mrs.: C. C. Cruthird entertained
Public Utilities Commissioner for Hall. J. H. of the Canal
Superintendent Point
and friends will make a rt""cctlith: a party for hl'rn.
the position made vacant by the Wilkinson Jr.. will preside.In I.
Church. Mrs. Leonard :\ effort to be present in view John Bennett who was celebrating -
death of W. .B. (BabeI>> Douglas, addition to the usual covered fered ter services as the leaving of this community his second! birthday anniversary. ,-
rf Lake City, and now held by dish consisting of many
supper or, serving with Miss the forrrer president H. L. Guests were presented with
Richard Mack of Miami. and varied demonstrations mindfulof son and Mrs. Harold that a program of recog balloons as party favor The hostess -
Wainwright is a native ofStaike. the thanks to the stra../
epicure -
i assisted
the church pianists. It in ke.-j ng with his s'X was in the entertaining -
berry; growing proclivities of the I to hold choir practice of service be arrang- and the serving of refreshments -

: ; : Elsworth Keens the whippe day night at 7:30. All His departure will mean for : of ice cream cake an..t
rr cream thinking of the F. G. Gillis: terest lies in the .- (' Baptists and all a dis punch by Jill McIIwam. Ann Rita

and the baking ability of the are invited to attend loss. Wauchula is to be con- Burns and! Myra Lee Cnithird.

Wiley Tillis. all who attend will ings. in the addition of so Guests were Kirby and Wally

: be doubly repaid. Thirt '-fi\"e ;young > a Christian family aa the :Mole Sharon Bacon. Buddy and

The special speaker for the occasion were present at the Sandra Lampi. Elizabeth Enec],.!".
will be the Rev. Forman of the Young Married The Class Quartet will present Harry Cunningham Bill Cochra.i.

Lincicome. who will deliver hid The occasion was a special program. A most cord ai Jimmy Padgett and Ernestine
..'.$ lecture "The Cause and Cure ot around the MYF \ is extended to all unat- Maxwell. Kathy and Alice Joy
Juvenile Delinquency." This message men and visitors attend Wilson. Bruce and
hind the church. The : Wayne Boynton -
has been given some two hun- managed to "put 9:45 E. Keen is the president. Betty Jo Phillips David and

dred fifty times to school pounds of ribs '. Cowart i is the song leader. Roger Simonson. Bonnilu and P->t

y' fa churches and other organizations Sears and Osie C. Santo and his greeters win I Emma Lair. Billy and! Robert Boo.
ever the country This part of fie Osie making his famous on hand that all might be wel Diana and Joe Graham. Mrs. E. F.

program will be presented at eight I sauce. Guests for the t> Mcllwain. Mrs. J. W. Cruthird and
o'clock. Everybody Ls most corJ- -. Mrs. Robert
clud Hl the "Babe** B. Simonson were also -
ially invited to attend. The -
supper and Rev. and Mrs. J. \ en- Officers Named present.
will begin at wood and daughter :\
--.. --- Detroit. Hosts of the Rainbow GirlsXexv "'.:M.s. MEETING .MONDAY

the Pope Sears and the The business and program meeting -
Boy Scout Week ,
M.Y.F. meetings are officers elected by the Pa of the Canal Point Woman'

t Will Be ObservedPlans 7:30 each Thursday. Order of Rainbow Girls 1:1- Missionary S.x-iety will be heM at
.. Delonna Jones
worthy ;hl- the church on Monday it
He was educated in the people are rehearsing evening
!: : Yvonne Lee Fraser, asso n cleec.: All ladi..sf the churchare
Bradford County public school for celebrating Boy Scott play: "Double-Barreled (> advisor: Barbara Jenkinson. invited and
unred to attend.
system and supplemented his education week Ft'h.1t., have been an- The' theme of the :\ : Sibyle Jensen. hope: --- ..s -
with instructions in banking noum-od bv North Glades District ship service will be ba.
McKmstry. Rt.i
: Mr. Mildred Sthotppel was able
and finance. officialsThe feature event of the first verse: of the
'e Hurt. recorder and Cain! to return list week from West
He has served the State for more week will be a covered-dish supper chapter of Revelation: ... treasurerMrs.. Dave W. I I Palm Bench where she was a -
than 20 years. He has been a for scouts of Pahokee and a new heaven and a new patient
has been
named mother .nd- at Good! Samaritan
State lank examiner, and was Canal Point and their parents tore the first heaven and the or for the group. i I.11 for everal days.S Hospital
State auditor for five years. He held at the First Riptist Fellowship were passed away: : and

lej-igned on P,'cernl>er 1. 1947. a? Hall in Pahokee on Feb no more .:H'a." The '
general auditor for the Stale SatSp.n.I *. entitled "No More ('

Road Depaitment. to make the I The district officials also ai- fvening serat .:30.

Lace foi I'la!
a >1 :'ti i .* *tiites! Commis for the organization of a senioremit series of sermons on ;

sion. troop to he sponsored by the 12:1.2. a sermon ( :

--. I AmNil'an Legion, this troop to include Commander of the

Frank Tillis plans to enroll a" a a sea scout patrol. ;>n air: Sunday February 1.
freshman at the University: nt 'Bout patrol and an adventre'Ii- to lw a big day for ;} ,r alt tr

Florida at the tat of the >econ-l I vUion of interest to scouts of advanced Rev. lInryY..
semester on Feb. 5. I rank. in our church for the !
vice at 11. brinirinsr

of the morning.;; This '
. lowed! by "Dinner-on- "'

11" I f. . each family brin

II AUTOMOBILE HEATERS I'I':i ner low to Th"oman's shared in the Fany'I

$14.95 UP II i furnish coffee. After
!I Blackburn will lead us
Service of Dedication in

: SHE THEM TODAYPAUL'S : completed Sunday
ing. This service will
{ii l by the Fourth

ence in the church
il SERVICE STATION :. ing the morning service 1

ment of Baptism will :
I tered.
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In Pahokee

To Taxpayers If you are interested ri PLEASANTPARTY

ind what wide-awake

As n"<|uiit,l by lax I hill be at th' following! places on the dat-.'.. isn't you win /
ret opposite; ..:u-h. for the parlxce of receiving tax return.tor' the poitumty nf hearing! the LINE
year lt'lv neth L. Potee. long a .

Prer. I worker in that .

No. Location Pate-llMs Time Place and a speaker in this
1J! Palm Htach Feb. 3rd 2OOPMto t :(lH I'll City Hall florid C'hainf lls !
1 Jupiter Feb. 4th 10.00 AM to 1:30: PM i'ost Office I fembhes that meets at : Allow a tale time between (
2: lake Park F'h.It'1 12Noont? I'So PM City Hill tist Church. Pahokee calls to permit others to have / ? GIVE OTHERS
.. (. I'M!
3 Riviera Feb .Mn 2 > : City
2T th at *.OO P. M theirturnottheline. A CHANCE
All l..ak.'rth Feb. tith lOOOAMto: 4e: PM CltI hi!: \
The Rev Mr. Potee
33 Lo\.ihati.; Feb. i tn OOy: to 1O.oo AM Post Office f
32 :Military TraIl I''h.Ith 1O.SO: AM to 11-3O: AM Canal Bndg! I'mted States on ,
31 W.tsate F. h. l ti 2! Oi, PM to 3.OO PM Scho. Auditor: that is ox-er. he will '
4: Gr 'na.ies Feb. llti 1141 PMto 3 O> I'M Garage: where. =ire: <' 1921.: h*
31 South Bay Fib. 13th 11 3OAMto :.tlt'I'\1 City Hil!! secretarxof the P: t' ::

40 Like hatter F b 13th 23OPMt'- 4 .">O PM Post'Offl"e Minion in Central \ When another party en your ./ / RELEASE
41 Shaw no Fib. Irtth 1'. .ltl AV ;o 11 11t1.\\1 Or:':. .. ltd dii. a project supported line has (pi N\
3; c....'...t F..h pith 1 eO 1'.1 to :.1411'1 1'.ol Otfie.Y1 .. I'r.-ted <"hri"tiiT: : :\11 on emergency please THE LINE > '
jeleose the line v
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:::i It\ r.t1 Feb l-;'t'1 I'M1l'Mt. 3'fll'I'\1 Clt11.11
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