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:
February 13, 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 )
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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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State Road Dept. City Council HasNew Ed Lake Seeks Job New Rotary Club Is Burglars Enter

InspectorsThe II Chartered TuesdayAt

Fixes Shoulders Pahokee City Council at a As County JudgeJudge I Delray BeachThe Pahokee School

Belle Glade RoadState meeting Tuesday! night appointed new Rotary club in Delray Office Steal
Maivin Coxvart. an employe of tn? Ed Lake of West Palm I $20
I I Beach received its charter on Tuesday ,
streets and sidewalks department. Beach yesterday announced his I
night from Dist. Gov. JamesI.
city building inspector and B. B. j I candidacy for the office of County } -
Road Department forces Keller! of Miami. An impressive Burglars: entered the Pahokee
.. Justice, an employe of the santi- Judge, subject to the May Democratic i
are busy this week repairing the I I ceremony attended presentation of high school office some: time Wednesday
I tation department, city health in- Primary, and stated thaihis
road shoulders on the road between the charter. Tuenty-three of 25; night and looted! the placeof
sp -ctor. Cowart and Justice together major objective as Count: I
Pahokee and Belle Glade '' clubs in District 167B were repro- $20 in cash according to a
will assume the duties of Judge would be the protection .>f !
With favorable weather the job of i sented. The Pahokee club was' represented statement! by D. D. Caudill. principal.
general city inspector a position inheritances from excessive fees i

filling in the shoulders should be that has bf.'en'acant since the and charges. I by President Onn Bacon. Officials were called in immediately -

completed by Saturday night. recent resignation of Kt"nnyloI*. j Judge lake has been engageiin [Charter Member Abe Dobrow and after the theft was diccox'ered. -

State Road Maintenance Kn- :: Member Bob Bacon. The new club .
In recompense for their additional the general practice of law far
pineer Papy put a road grader to has 29 members.Pahokee TWit doors xxerr torn .!
duties both men were granted: a 'more than nineteen years, and has I
work Monday on the job. The -- ore nearly demolished in order f.>"
:salary frost of $10 a xx-eek. I
grader is being used to pull roadside the burglar to gain entrant to
The council authorized the Florida
rock and muck up to the recently PTA Plans the office. Mr. Caudill -aid. Tl r
making Power and Light! Company to
finished retread job.
thief Hinted thoroughly througnall
it deal safer than t '- extend" the string of street lightson I
: >
the desk drawers! in of
> To Entertain AllCountvPTAGrouos l quest
Belle! Glade Koa to the orit ;rnt
fore. State Road workmen are following !- .
that hat-
htr. Caiuiill said
('a '
the grader! and hand; the bend beyond I the color1 i i I
I ever comes into the off"
school J. F. n11.n..y
the shoulders. building.: Graydon i
grading is deposited! l.ulx'. therefore only a
jniplox-tnl: a!> caietaker for taro I
The retread job on the road between -
Pratt I small amount of cash xx.i on han 1
Mayaca Cemetery replaciniMr.
the neighboring towns is a I '
Summerall. Deputy Sheriff Frank O ConrMIwas
distinct improvement over the 01.11! I At the February meeting: of ti! *' .
called! in on the nan. hcalled <'
road surface. However' following --.- ll'ahokeo I Pan'nt-Teacher Asso-iition ,
a fingerprint ,'\| ,'rt from
completion of the retread" job there /4 h..M :Mondimsjht: in tn" .
the sheriffs offic Chief of I'oJi.-e

were several automobile wrecks National Scout I Thigh I .Mho,il au,Jiti>rium the groi! Altman Morgan joined nemivrafrom

caused by the unfinished shoulders. l.:ale plan ti.> act a" ho..ts at t4.'
the h'nf' office in makiri;
PTA County Council meeting to KI -
Week Observed very effort possible to trait down
A great deal of dissatisfactionwas slit in Pahokee on Tuesday. Fe. I the burglir.Health.

aired over the condition 1.1 17. Following the morning bu =iCesr -

which the shoulders were left :"' of t v> PTA Council t -.--
A dinner meeting of
after the retread" job. Stafe foal auditorium
in the' r'igri Pcnooi
Boy Scouts. Cub Scout and Senior

Department officials were askedto Scouts and their parents was heldin I luncheon wilY be serve,! in the Unit Head

do something about it. The Woman's Club building it was
the First Baptist FellowshipHall r
work being done this week by Mr. announced.
Tuesday night: in observance Co.
Papy's crew of workmen is the of National Boy Scout Week. I Mrs. D. W. Cunningham. pre l- Employed By

much appreciated answer from the of
Tom S. Kirk, commissioner' of. dent. asked mothers boysf

State Road Department. rub wood to assist' in the cub
the North Glades District of the age Dr A. Y. Cox-ington of Starke.

--- Gulf Stream Council of Box- work which PTA is' sponsoring. Fla.. was hired! Monday to head,
Those mothers interested in this
Scouts.!" was in charge of arrangements : been Municipal Judge ofVt>>t the long propsed J Palm rlJacn
work were asked' to meet at the
and acted master of
Conner's Highway as ceremonies. ;Palm Beach since 1936. except for (.oltnty- tat." health unit.
home of Mrs. Christine Elliott on
W. K. Nexsen of"f' t '
He accepted the $S.4OOayearappointment
three,' in the United statesMarine
Wednesday (>\"f>ninJ::'. It was announced
Palm assistant scout -
Beach executive !
from the county
Corps during the last war.
Work Progressing that of the .1.700 need- was in charge of the entertainment -
i His term of office expiring while nt'umfnrm for on the understanding" ti"
; and ld i in the playing to purchase
does not for until
report duty
-I I he was in the service. he announ-- members of the high school band.
of stout games ] March If. He told]
the commissionit
and 'ed that he would not seek' reelectinn
Work of clearing patching S2.0OO has been raised and contributions -
Mike Hoperich. cubmaster of the <
ximild take him until then <**'
Conner's Highway between Can ii I I, during the war in order that to this project will be most.xvHcome. .
Pahokee Cub Pack
April 1 to wind his
Point and Bend isProgressing the people muht1f'Ct their own up prevent
Twenty-Mile It was also announce-J
Otis Den [
awards to the following ( : affairs thn'f'-.u..nt
as a public
according Judge. Following his return !'J"
satisfactorily e.f
that the paid-up membership'<. Sue Koztlle. d-n moth -r .
health officer the St.irke ar -a
to an official of the State Rt>aJ was elected without opposition. Of the local PTA to date is 2PJ. in
Jimmy Schoepp. on.'f'ir set Dr Covmgton paid! alUo he -
week. With favorable thousands of cases before him a* prop
this introduced !
Department P I> Caudill -
xicetar.. Bear rank gold;:: and! Principal ....,..! tn ..1 carefullywish
weather conditions' the contractor ,Judge! only three sentences have Ml...< K..telle singes: Chat.f prise.
silver :arroxx; Tommy seivice j
building! of ,\ health unit f..r
u-en set' aside! courts. up
the hy higher has
should! complete job Bear Kidce. and Nova Scotia. Canada who '
star. pm thi tiinty in line with P1'f
1 I After serving as intelligence and scho.,1
within 7r day.- joined the high faculty as
gold :nrc.l'hhp: DuLiny. s"r\-i'- the State Hoard! of "":Ilthf.mmiq"inn..r
I legal officer at the Marino C- r '-;
The emergency dike, which was : new instructor of Knplis-h Th

thrown up on the highway during; ar-row Air Stat!"". Pirr I!;:Ian.!. wher monthly attendance awards wr, ('. Y Hvrd t..i t
him he wouH tlf" trial"This
flood! last fall i j. he received! a l letter of commendation I..oisf.o"k'. first
the hurricane and + I'1 iiIul's _1"\:1'otnr : Val: (;,.h- 'I won bx- Mrs. !; *
,, county is' not entirely! woo!
moved l off the highxx.iy. Th' fur service as ..Jlldh': grade! room at the elemT.tarvrho
being ,.
aldon.! How<>!'. p n IVxerlx "
the state health ilaid
i.rit Byr.
J. P. Manly Construction Company ; and Charles Marshall.'at ( ate and defer.conns. I. he r"-- ,T and bx- the seventh grade at hn .
:in thof "It will he tip to x-oti to c *
veto1 oiirt n.arthl.f>" -
nf I..jlhurFloriI./ ... has theontract pin: Pen TIn'. .1f'1.. Klhott. tli juni'-r high s h'olOn
!nr ,r t';.> .JJ'f'! Advocate ro..n't'ral I' c.wlrs..nnel! her.and make it
the annual I-.un''r! < ix-
for the job. Following r1moxal
d. n mother D.ix-j! S.rion rhrk

of the dike from the highXX ;i Koinie Alrxa-.ler.! Gord.ri, Chas.v of the :Navy in Washington Program Paul Rardin.! guest I *
. .. At Jr*. r" .'"* .*r.t .':- "m-mssi i..r"-rt said Pr Cox-in-
.*.. CT'p"X' Will pi"t'S tK jl'md.1Q Tilli an.! Pat Em..:'. tt : > xx I- nv.a 'p..ak. rare the hi!>tnrxof thef
i Ton r'"mm"n.J l for th
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sh, it ad and a :1..*: "' .m.f.! "Cf P: orrani7at.
> put MrP
xx M- Bobcat I'.!''' Pen ltr ..
t-v the I' ilm Bpae h (o iirtx' M !'
.. I (rrt'e- .- !.:e ? :Mair.F-'r. i! t., :t .\ ..Int.un... Corner- < -
sr .1 l sal' on it. W. (!nrchJim.: cal.eiety and bx- Pr'II."n Sow
Pacific. aid, a .. .
H..1'111trt'r anvrrKr "tr-:1f" "f Lie -.xas "T-'li
:\I'.h conjecture: "iii.J!< axx > P.+' c'.iMere.ith.: Jimmy | i,. ..
r f tsta: P-.ard of'fill..
f 'he Gr. ral! four Martial -
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1-. -.:ff.. it>nt to render the r 'al 1 : .. :>:ealy .l"hnon and! .'01P.T 1 tn, rf .-r aid! Mr.1 :M KlliMt the *pir, --- -

.\ Sri; .l-ne rot the I'mx-*'y for f I1A Mr II I. Sn > :
.. *er r'Ir' Joint Servire To
U. ..ibl again It it i-n't tJrsibilitV I '* :?t >'n I'- s Four Mrs ;

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< -. .\ T't'Trb of the State trc -! i'adg-t.! Th. < on.rrn.nitxM-" I jlle: Held Tonight
IVpartment will i>*;v.o new 11'tnh.t :- Pays:" I-' i.a.:
t:r.'vswvivmr.*. .\rri >*-- T H! "c.'s: t-- hllrl h. and Xfrrmm .. I
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another method! which will I. s\T-: I'.h ke. 5. : .. Waard Kk* ; -:;: !h.1r.j.'r.... Iasi- pry. M'.t! 4-.d flap :,. 'i'Irf tier
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.\t the Ft It rneetine .'t tho! and Tori r-'!laad. xn" irtr'tiers -
.' Richard P Il"bhtn* .f Pit):"', h.1'1',\ was foindeel 1n li'::" 7 I':. .. I'* k *', otu TV-. the "V..r1 :
State K,.id! It>)-'rd i Tampa imn'edinte : f \:--- '';.at'" % lrt pT"' oris .. .. I" .
K. i< h. His : "' 'mnl'tng: h; with 3't t barter members :Mrs L IMV of I'ray..r.Th..- rm-.ting "!
action wa+ ,mcht on rr :*- prert ii UidTs!:; a )tit' p,'r . .. ..
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tt'at tht- \\-' crt" i r'glira ... ,"
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!started! in a matter - : 11'fT.a"al1pz; ---.- .
night will! t. heM a the il,.t. <\.
the w4a ride '.".
after roluest .
t - --. r8PWII10' r'A-"t. r "u'n" I ; b.rrh In Canal P'-:nt

T.1 r.:1'\. The :ntt'-....y.. ..,".., M..t..Nis' Mrn.t.. .> Th.mpI 'a.r.' last wk !p--cr. a xiitA.ti hr f. -- -.- -

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a- their guests her h-('!her : (OT: Sunday exrre at 'hpr" an. :!. the h.-ei-e r:"-t ')o.r i:' ra t.11& a,ton:pan.d: h.. t..t pat.a.. ...;-..... "

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Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. February 13. 1P-S


against South Florida. As long is !rr.ike sure that the :::?:: they select -
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY thi situation remains onof as senators and representatives -
fri.'ndhrivalry it is healthy and are the type who can worn
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
desirable, but when it develops into for Florida as a whole as well as
Established 1924 Published Every Friday a genuine feeling of bitterness for their own district. When this

Subscription Price 82.00 Year In AdvanceThe it harm" the whole state. happens all Florida will advance

(By Russell Kay) There came to my desk recentlya and all the people will benefit.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
of the -
copy: platform of ClyJ-* I

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter While interest always centers on A. Epperson of Miami who seek : rumen orSCIENTIST('iiRIST.
election to the State Senate from !
Governor's and voters
Paul Rardin Owner Editor, PublisherIf race 13th !
show more concern over the selection the senatorial district comprising "SOUL is the subject of the
all of Dade countv. i Lesson-Sermon which will be I't'ti:
of a chief executive: than any
You Must KnowDisji''ied other official the fact remain- It is ratifingto note thit in Churches Christ. Scienti:.

at being considered a genius by every nitwit that in the overall picture of while the gentleman make the throughout the world on Sunday.

when he at all times attempted! to make himself appear per- government the selection of those usual pledges to diligently sense I February 15
the people of his district he do.not *, The Golden Text i is: "I will set
fectly normal, Rachmaninoff ame up with the retort courteous who are to work with the governor I.
)lose sight of the fact that nn my tabernacle among you: and my
when a >ta e->truck listener gurled.l1: is equally obligated to consider tlie soul shall rot abhor youn.1 I
you to compos such a marvelous piece asour Although a governor possessesexecutive
welfare of the state as a whole. will walk and will
among you.
CSnarplinor Prelude::" The master made a deep bony and. power it is neeithcless 'I
and be <'=o states by pledging to your God. ar.d'to shall Iv nivIXHiple"
curtailed and limited bth ,
with a ')'1I'ft>ctl)' Corn posed: fate: replied "Becau-e, Madam.I greater of tho lejn,,lTtiv dedicate his energies and talent I Ii I Leviticus 26:1: !. 12 t. -
needed the dough. -Your Life branch particularly the senate i i not alone for Dade! countnn h I: I Among the citations which com-

He may make appointment hot : for the general welfare of the :, prie' the Lesson-Sermon is the fo'-

No ExceptionThere they are subject to legislative- sovereign state as a whole. lowing from the Bible: "For to rvcarnally
j i
four inquisitive brothel proval. He may recommend a pro- ,j I It is possible that a simili. minded i*. death: but tt
were of action but it remains fn- promise may have been given bv I be spiritually minded i;; life andpeace"
Walter stepped on the JMS to see if he could beat the trainto pram the legislature to enact the necessary other candidate seeking: scats in : i Romans S:6t.:

the ('!"os"ingIIc couldn'tGeoriru : taws to put such in the senate or the house. I do not i The Le on- t'rmon also includesthe
struck a match to see if the a'oine-t! U1k on his force. ( know but I mention this instanc I, fllowingpu'age! from the

autonio1 ile yin empty. It xxa.-n't. since it is the fiat to come direct- Christian Science textb.v "Sc.-
Even in his executive function
:!: I
IlenrxKitted a strange bulldog on the head to see if.the ly to my attention rnce and Health with Key to the
h** must have approval from a ma-
automo'jile! -> empty. It wa.-n't. jontv of his cabinet if he carrier I also note with interest' that this Scriptures" bv Mary Baker KddvVe :

Now the lone surviving, brother swore he would never let out the policies he is pledged t.> particular: candidate give cognizance !- "\ cannot deny that Life i K flf-

his curiosity: get the better of him-but he did. He asked follow. Therefore, it behooves the to a number of problem sustained and we should never
;that concern all !sections and an- deny the everlasting harmony of
a girl l-t marry him just to see if she was enjrajred. She i voter to give thoughtful consideration I
not peculiar to the territory h? Soul imply .>raut'. to the mortal
wasn't--Waif: Street Journal. to the selection of a cabinet:
I 1 serves; alone, such as flood I control senses. there is seeming i discord.It .
- - - - - - - - - ------------------------------------- ns well as a )legislature.
rosion. water pollution public i.. our ignorance of God. the
Rehearsals startttl last week for Hotels in Miami during the an- Another thing many voters lo*' heilth. the citrus problem anti divine Principle which producer.
sight of i is that while legislatorsare :
the outdoor =spectacle "Echos of nual "holiday peak" were operating ''a number of others apparent discord and the nelit! :

the ' I IK at 9S per cent of capacity.Both chosen to represent counties or The solution of such problems l1nd understanding Him restores
E\ei K! ules.: which will a districts, the welfare of all th* I
hotels and transportationcompanies d.!oe<= not rest with one individu 1:armory. Tnith will at length
nightly attraction of the Redland people within the borders of the I
reflected the usual lull .
rourty or district hut is the equal : t'ompe! us all to exchange the
Tropical Festival at Homestead. tate are in a large measure affected ,
hi;between the brisk holiday season
concern of all political suhdiision pleasures and pains of sense
he held 22 to 2S inclus' and the of the Hialeai bv their: actions. I I
February opening ,"'. and during legislative session { joys of Soul (390:1): .
ive. Race Track. For this reason it i i- impnrtan _
I mu t be considered on tea': ------
:n selecting a senator or represent- !basis' rather thin upon the effec'sin f: Packed with typical product

si.,as+.asc'a. ..' sesae a r r. r r r s ; r r r r r r r r r r r ; ion who. while alert to project anJ .I Understanding IIf the statesIdrohlem i, countries. Pan American 1CorLtairways !

!serve his own county or district. I! as well as knowledge: o*" exhibit at the Floruit'State
:!: Office Machine : :
Headquarters : will not lose sight of the fact tha'he j[Inca problems i!*< imperative if a ,', -Fair in Tampa. February 3

-:. l"mlerwoml Typewriters v4.a has a greater obligation to ,;innn i* to serve as a member of to 14. will provide an internationil

Sundstrand Adding Machine .l.,. serve and protect the people of his ',the legislature. If there were son." ,I flavor for the annual event.
: state. .
# :Marchant Calculating Machines } I'I way we could compel every legi I -

"f A. 11- Dick :Mimeographs X:" Sectionalism has, long been a +':clati'anI llatt> to'iit every i Florida Telephone Corp01"10"--
c... Elliott Graph .. detriment to state': progress nrd' section of the state and faniilia"- ,; operating in 17 middle and no-t"i

. advancement Selfishness and p .ttv i7e hin sl'lrjth the problems of !I I i Kl,'rida l"I'mti..c:. hs been denied
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jealousies have pitted one section ,; *>ich. it would make for betterlaws ir ir.rri in local rates: bv thK ''

1': HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. <:s against' another. Fast Coast and a more tolerant attitude. .nr against \\ '. Coast!' North Flondi It wo'jM i>e well for voters to j I .
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1 the service you get is warm and .
courteous-your fellow-passengers .r .
1 good-natured and happy. .:. Impact Rock! Crushers .:..


1 Drasjline Shovels Cranes :
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routes spread to or through every .. .

B one of the 48 states-and schedules A. OWEN BUCKET COMPANY: :'

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1 Modern Super-Coaches with deep ). All :Si/es and Tjpes of Cable :.
1 cushioned reclining seats-and .

1 many other attractive features. -:.. WELLMAN ENGINEERING COMPANY :::

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1a4".Je IT'S ECONOMICAL 4 I. "WHIinnTT\pe" 'lam Bucket ..:.

fares are low-real budget-stretch- .

1 ers. No other form of transportation ;. I \\'heel and :SemiTrailersCORBITT .:..

1 gives such a travel .. .
you bargain a*
1 Greyhound. )o ,t-\ 'IIEii. DRIVE TRUCKS .:.

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way. To cross in the middle of the block, rushing* out I

from between parked cars, can be and too often is a short cut I
to accident-and death! !

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

!i accidents the victims were walking in such a way as to con- I H:

I: tribute to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to I,
Ii Mr. Motorist- pedestrians are more careful. :i
r' Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers '

:: MAKE are even more plentiful and careless and are pushing the I

SATE DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must doA

HABIT some life-saving- and that someone is you.

i When you cross a street or highway be personally respon- I
I 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 I

i z.r: ; ::- greatest caution if there isn't. It's up to you to walk safely I
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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. February 13. 19!.
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A degree of the Order of Rain- The lone Patterson" Circle of XV.'M. I-iont" FREE
bow Girls was conferred upon Mill's S. will meet with Mrs. Charles Bride Of :Mr. StanleyThe PARKING 9* :
:Marlene Williams of Canal Point i Jones on Monday February 16 at TOWN
. Fill I'p with GaMtline and Park All' IJay. If You Like .
Pahokee unit
at a meeting of the p. m. wedJin? ofIi?$ Mary
in the Masonic Hall Monday night. The Annie Jones Circle will Louise Hamilton daughter of M4- :SINCL.\IR :STATION LOU BRANCH
Joe Cherry of Belle Glade assisted meet with Mrs. D M. Geiger witaMrs. and Mrs. Irvin E. Hamilton of Pa
lVet Palm Beach. Florida
the group in the initiatory wort. Jerry Atkins hostess 01 hokee and Ronald C. Stanley son I Opposite Olive Montpomerj'VarJ at First
Miss Delonna Jones worthy advisor Thursday:; Evening. Feb. 19 at of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stanley, \ .
presided at the business. 8 p. m.and also! of Pahokee. was solemnized .
at a candlelight ceremony in the
----- -_- u- _-_ _-_-_-_- -, First:: Methodist Church Friday.I'}
; Feb. 6, at 7 p. m. Vows for th-

single ring ceremony were read by 1 Parker Motor ServiceCANAL
I Rev. Carson T. Howes. pastor ;or"
I Shrubs Trees the church as the couple stood b-- I POINT. FLORID
fore the altar which was banked
with xvhitf gladioli and lighte! GENERAL REPAIRS
ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL with cathedral tapers in candela-
I.ra'ith potted palm in the McXcroi'.nJ. : Cars Trucks Tractors, Diesel

I Authorized Sales and Service Engines and Power Units
Robert O. Lampi. vocal ;solor.tsang :
"Because"* and "T him:
Alone.< accompanied by
:, HAND LAWN MOWERS Mary Eleanor Kidder of Belie
who also playedseveral
Glade. organist
selections and the
I traditional wedding marches.
I The bride given in marriage by PATRONIZE THE AD\'ERTISERSNOTICE
her father, wore an aqua w *>lgaberdine
i! I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons two-piece suit with

I i 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach white accessories and a single
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She earned a
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centered with a white orchid.
--- Miss i Jane Hamilton mail
I iiI rf honor and only attendant
wore a blue crepe dress with whit
I accessories;: and carried a bouquetof

I II pink carnations. Our Telephone Number Has
Lynn Walker was best man. Eddie -
I II Stanlev. brother of the bridegroom -
Changed which is a
and John Hatton. a cousin.

I A Servant of the Glades I were Following was usher held the at ceremony the home of reception the- Rotating Phone Service

bride's parents with the living
,' be'autifullv decorated witn
i room No. 595This
To Miami pink roses and white gladioli for
4 Buses the occa"ionIrs.. J. T. Holden
To West Palm Beach
wa in charge of the brides table
which had a,. a centerpiece athreetiered change is necessary to serve
Daily To Ft Mvers & lakeland : I weddmsr cakt'Irs..

Stanley received with Mrs. Hamil our Customers Better

I : ton. Mr. Erne Max'vell pre! il-

Glades Motor Lines Inc. olt the punch howl and ti..o;
Ilel,n HO'AVS was in charge of th?I
Hide's I book Others assisting were
SERVING THE GLADES" '; Terry L. Sellers. Mrs Joe i
Tom Boynton and Mrs. tU>>worth INTERNATIONALGlades
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jI I Keen.After a brief wedding trip tJ

Ue"t'st Coast Mr. Stanley returned -
jI I to Gainesville to resume his ..
I studies at the University of Florida -
and Mr**. Stanley: returned to
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Pahokee to complete her Senior Equipment
year at Pahokee Hish School.

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.valentine party will be given 595 Pahokee
f; the members of the Pahokoe Baptist -
Junior Training Union. Monday -
I / Fobruarv 16. at 5:30. Seventeen -
I were present Sunday.
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n\llo.. Ga. has arrived for :
iT # v ta vilt with her parents. Mr. and
: Mrs. Walter G. Hull and other relatives !- Those Sensational !

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I FORMULAS. GUARANTEEDI IVr t;\L. In S-V February 14-15
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The Everglades News. Canal Point. Pag .,.

Larrimore Says i the ::_:T.! placement activities were Bob Schroder Hurt I TO-; RI CIRCLE !f -
letumed from the Department of I ..AnnettelcIntosh:

94 Jobs Found By I Agriculture to the Employment In Fall From Store Members of the Woman's Society Has Birthday Party
Service on January 1," Larrimor
Service In JanuaryA of Christian Service of the i ---__
raid. Robt J. Schroder, Pahoke Pahokee First Methodist Church Ar.nettt" celebrated
Th job outlook for farm workers
total of 80 employers were watervork" superintendent" suffered interested in forming a nt'w.SCS her" tenth birthday anniversary a:
contacted in January by the Belle in this area is better than at painful! abrasions on the face night circle are invited to meet |tan all-day party given by hr.mother.
Glade office of the Florida State the same period last year due to and a deep cut on his chin in an at the home of Mrs. D. W. Cunningham . Mrs Harry M. Mclntosh.
Employment Service, resulting in the severe freeze in February 1947 accidental fall in front of WadeAmmon's on Monday Feb. 16 at :at their home on Bacon Point

94 job openings, according to A. which virtually destroyed the vegetable Quality Market north ol S p. nu to carry through organ- ,Road Saturday. Following dinner
M. Larrimore, manager of the local crops in this area. Canal Point Saturday evening. Mr.Schroder ization plans. picnic style served on the bark
Only' 8 of th 210 i'1' and his family were returning '
office. ? applicants I' The other two circles of the lawn and the playing of games"
Western Palm Beach County are< horre from a fishing trio
Jobs listed available with the First Methodist WSCS will also Annette and her guests attendelthe
receiving :| and stopped at the store for breadd
local employment office totaled 15 I unemployment temper.- meet on1 or.d:1y: Feb. 16.-the rodeo on Lair Field.
sation benefits<< through the Bell* '1" nk On leaving the store
in comparison with an active file I : inlo"-- )n-Lair Circle" at the home Those attending; were Kay
Glade office, Lammor 51.1111. Mi. Schr Jtr miscalculated his
of 27O applicants at the end of of Mrs. W. A. Howell at 3:30 p. 01.. Friend Phoebe Ann Ramey. Jeannine -
Statewide f>r the weekending !step and fell ht'adlongon th-
January. Overall placements and the Gertrude Shirley Circle Mock, Corrine Collins Bette*
: January 31. araounted to harp gravel. Several stitches were j'I
through the Belle Glade office I }at the home of Mrs. RudolpliFat.Ik. : Bish'p. Barbara Fergxu>n and Gay:
S77.24000 and were made to 5.376persons. required to close the cat un tia
amounted to 62 during the month. I I at 8 p. m. Schoeppel.

"Extensive plan to provide : --.. i
j ear-round placement for fann These figure do not include allowances chin.Will .

workers, to meet peak labor demands paid to approximately'I Operate New --
and to direct migratorylabor 15,100 unemployed veterans from
Store In Canal Point
were put into operation when federal funds which are tabulatedon
a statewide basis monthly and
_. - --- totaled S99S.640.00 during Jan-i- :Mr. and Mrs. Carson! Doerin
Last Call
ary. arrived recently from Lincoln.
Persons Xebr.. to make their home in Can-
seeking jobs workeI'3.couns""ling ,
PLANTS FOR SALEAnnual ," or labor market infor- al Point where Mr. Doering will! ,
the Canal Point To Register
mation should contact the Florida 'operate j I Spot
| Shop and be available for
Plants TransplantelAsters. State Employment Service offie.* publicaccountir.z
in the City Hall in work and serve as ai
Pansies, Snapdragon, Pahokee onTuesday 1 tax '
income consultant. Mrs. Doe!-
Larkspur and Petunia. be :>!oced morning.over telephone Job orders 307 may in ing is the daughter of Mrs. M C. :f you want to vote in state and county elections:

3.K-; doz.. $2.00 per 100 Belle Glade. I Carter of Canal Point. She received -
-----r.- --- her B. S. degree in business in May l -it i is necessary to register now. Everynei

"Plumosa" NurseryEdward administration at the Universityof "on in the must ister thi .
The Grower Doesn't :: :- in January. Mr. Doer- : county re-rl' ? year.vrty

Olsen Get Rich On The ing plans to return to Lincoln nf'X' 'I
summer at which time he will als)
Pahokee Vegetables He Sells receive a B. S. degree in business l ':"-- }Democratic Committee)

administration at the Universityof I
RUSKIN "Don't blame the Nebraska where he has been '!
farmer for high priced vegetables majoring in accounting. t

II33JI HANK= SEZiVE. says Paul Dickman. Ruskin vegetable -

ALWAYS WONDELSfELOWHV I "Sometimes grower. there U as much asa .;.:. s:te!ts:ts...e Y se t<.eaas T 4 acsa t <.a..s..s.aa.A..s,A."=.s.l.<....s><.ssi T Y T Y T Y Y 4. Y T: 4 Y t Y t
MSS JONLS WAS SO per cent spread between V

PROUO OF H:.R HU-oEsANO- i what the consumer pays for farm : AM:: OFFERING .
UNTIL I F6LSND OutTHAT produce receives/and what the farmer actually < > SEVERAL ;.

HE HAS A -TWENTY -- To illustrate the point he tells .;:. DESIRABLE PIECES OF ':"
'THOUSANDINSURANCE.DOLL of a GI and hip. wife whooping in a h .

UAF local store. They grumble! about .. PROPERTY FOR ::tt
zPOUC"{. ,.. the price of tomatoes (four for ;
..yi 33ci. "The farmers. must '*> getting 4t +:>

plenty rich at that price.** t're .

GI It commented.happened that thoe parti'- < < t>

ular tomatoes had been grown by IMMEDIATE SALE
Dickman on his Ruskin farr >

Three days earlier he had soH < .
thOM tomatoes for 22c and be
.c Lr l i points out that it took him 120( < s't'

days to produce them fighting- th? V V

Finis out what real car :;service weather insects, payingthe: cost
is! Drive in at the LAKE of planting, fertilizing, cultivating -
SHOHK MOTOR COMPANY harvesting and packing. Then ? I h

for courteous pump service.GULF the handlers in three days mak My home on Canal Point Road. ci.
gas gives a profit of 33 per cent 4e5A
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hor>t power insures unexcelled .
"And still. he' says "everybody
mileage and increase efficiencyby V
combating hard carbon. blames the farmer.---" 'C;' 2 Three Ridge lots between my home and the Episcopal c f.

We'll give attention to all the .
Five central Florida countiei Church. .
small details that motorists ap- : c:
preciate. We welcome you.LAKE will participate in the 1\1* Central V h
Exposition to bo stas; ...l a: .. .
Exposition Park. Orlando the lat I :: .. Three Lakeside lots across the road from the ci.

SHORE week in in February.addition to Counties Oinsre represented arVolusia "- '"4,:,,> .-. Ridge lots. These lots have 50'() bearing citrus trees: .:,

MOTOR CO. St John. Lake. fSeminol' | <. on them. <;;
and Brevard. it was announced l.v ,
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L p'DA Exposition Manager C'\\' : ;f''rll T.I hA

Bickford.m y 4 v:

I:*: A 10 acre muck tract behind my home. :;:
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f t2 I 4:. .. Building! located on 145 foot lot across the X
( street from high school :.

good ,. :' *- *,? % .\1u i i.e.

-- 'j&P'NLFAI J i I :; 7Thirty acre muck tract at the corner of State :::

-. 'r.r./:. J-.4-, 'C':y : Road and Canal Point Road. c'.
Causet'S ,. .s. N1..J_ 445 "
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\( / '::- \ 4:; Triangular tract north of Stuckey Railroad Crossing ..:"

car ,. 8
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r Young Women To I of many battles; hence the prophetic .I ner of the class will be enterel into APPRECIATION

i emChatter I scene of the great battle a: on Friday night the* 20th o? The Council of Church Women

By Malcolm Millar Present ProgramThis I the end of the Tribulation Period February. Members and friends ot of the Pahokee Canal Point area

at the ushering in of the thousand the church will be the guests. Dr. extends its sincere thanks to

Shapely Esther Williams will be Sunday morning at the years known as The Millennium." J. Kelly White, pastor of the First every one who helped to make the

back First Baptist Church of Pahokee Baptist Church of West Palm Chain of Missions program a su' -
on the Prince Theatre screen
this Sunday-Monday in the best The Young Woman's Auxiliary MEN'S BIBLE CLASS I Beach will be the speaker. His cese. The co-operation of the local:

branch of the Woman's Missionary movies of the World's Baptist Al- Ministerial Association
a the Rotaryand
show she has presented here so The fine increase in the attendance -
far. Her offering this time is "This" Union will present a recogni- of the Pahokee Men's Bible I liance recently conducted in Copenhagen Lions Clubs and Dr. and Mr?.
tion of the Denmark will be shown" L. W. Armstrong who,, entertainedthe
program aa part
Class is the joy of the thus
time For Keeps", and it's in technicolor many
too. preaching service. The Misses interested. The enrollment now I All are invited to attend the class speakers in their home was

Laurie Rogers and Margaret Pow- session this Sunday at 9:45 at : greatly appreciated. The Chain of
A glance at the stars will be numbers 114 thanks to another
sufficient for you to know that ell will present a duet. "I'll Go I increase last Sunday. The goal of I which time the teacher. Rev. C Missions committee composed rf

this is an outstanding show which Where He Wants Me To Go. i 200 on roll while still awaiting 'I A. Moberg. wi'l present the lesson I Mesdames Henry Brooker E. LPcpe. .

splashes some of the greatest Special guests will be the mothersof fulfillment has not been lost sigh based upon the second chapter of i Claude Shirley. Otto Bleech.A. .
the members. Mrs. Roy Pope The Acts. The Class Quartet will R. Harrington. J. F. Wadde'.l
musical comedy talent in the entertainment of and will continue to be the
field today. In the president. will be in charge. Mr thought and prayer of the many sing. Elsworth Keen is the presi- and C. M. Todd. did a splendid

Paul is the leader. Rev.C. dent. work. The Council
show are Esther Williams. Lauritz Tillery who are working in this direction. plans to spon-
A. will - sor a Chain of Missions
Moberg pastor speakon.
Melchoir. Jimmy Durante Johnnie The Bible says. "If ye faint not. programin

Johnston and Xavier Cugat and "A lesson for all"At ye shall reap." God is still on the Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley haveas our communities next year.

His Orchestra. the night service beginning throne. His promises are yea and their house guest this week Signed Mrs. A. R. Harrington
at 730 Dr. H. E. Ressler will I and Mrs. John A. Dulany, co-
Durante is outstanding in the amen. The annual fellowship din- Bob McKtdden of Defiance Ohio. :I
speak on. "The Battle of Arm:- chairmen.
cast for the riotious comedy situations -
geddon. One need look no further -
gags and song numbers h ?
than the dictionary to note this
offers and Xavier Cugat and his --
as, "The of Esdraelon scene
plain ;
boys certainly do put the hot licks ::1

and sweet rhumba into the show. 1

With Esther's eye-filling curves LEGAL NOTICENOTICE

- -Melchoir's marvelous songs- Pahokee Lots For Sale

Johnston's ardent kisses Du- I

rante's delicious gags and Cugat':? Public notice is hereby given i

Latin rhythm, it will be a gay that the undersigned intend t> !

melange of beautiful gals, gaps register with the Clerk of the Cic -- Four Pahokee Building lots--175 feet and 169 feet, frontage,

and songs. uit Court of Palm Beach

Syou at the movies Mai. County Florida to Section 335 feet
-- . -- approximately deep on Baeom Point Road.
865.09 Florida Statutes 1941.

Auxiliary PlansTo the fictitious name to wit:1'inlet's I

Salon under which I 1
Beauty am
Entertain Mrs. 120 foot lot and 90 foot lot Lake
engaged in business at Pahokee, Ridge on Side of Canal Point

Jane FleetwoodMembers Florida.
I Violet Hall ,; Road north of Pahokee Catholic Church.
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Pub: Feb. 13. 20. 27. Mar. 5.
of the Pahokee ar.l

Canal Point American Legion NOTICF OF \\St'\L MFFTINO OF f

Auxiliaries met jointly at the LANDOWNERS DRtlNXOE! OF DISTRICT P1IIOKFE If interested, write the owner:

home of Mrs. Bert Carlton Tues- Notion !.. hf'rf'bsh'f'n that. pursuant -
for to call of the Board ci Super*l.* <-5cf
day night to complete plans
Pahokw Drainage District the annual -
en.ertaining Mrs. Jane Fleetwood. meeting of the landowners of Tjhokne -

State auxiliary president and 1\lrs. Drainage District for the year :: MRS. LONIS SMITH BEUST
1948 viIII be held at the office of a'l
Elizabeth P{arlior of D.'lray -.I.trt-t In the Post Office Bulldlne at
Beach. (ctn t presi i *mt when Canal: Point Palm Beach Cc>unt\". Flor- l II I'
Ma on FTIdav. February 27. 1948. rt lI 860 West Boulevard Los 35: ; Cal.
I' Olympic Angeles
officialisit to
they r ake their 2 30 o'clock in the afternoon for the I, :

Pahokee on Feb. 26. J purposes of: I:
1. Fleeting a Supervisor
The official visitation will take 2. Peoelvlne annuAl reportar'l takIng j

place at a meeting in the Pahok itich a'tlon1th respeet
(f1S'oman's thereto as the landowner may
Club building on Thur-
determine; and
day. Feb. 26. at 8 p. m.. with members 3. Transacting! such other business as .
\ ma'omt' before the meeting.
of the Pahokee and Canal
Point Ai.x.llaries; ; : acting as hostesses PAHOKEE DRAINAGE=

and members of the Bell DISTRICT THE
RR.. Y Patterson. PrE'Sld..ntPuhllh'
Glade Auxiliary to attend a--1 Feb 6. 13. 1948_

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notice is hereby given

Food Sale Planned By that the undersigned intend to

I register with the Clerk of the Circuit !
WSCS On Sat. Feb. 28 I Court of Palm Beach

I County. Florida, pursuant t.. Section -
Point WSCS will
The Canal
I 86509. Florida Statutes 1941
sponsor a food sale on Saturday.Feb. Th
the fictitious name, to wit:
the Canal Point
28. at Sport -
Weeks Company under which ware :
located next door to the
Shop .
engaged in business at Paho-
drug store. Many delectable delicacies -
kee, Florida.
will be offered to those'
who desire good things.
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How far can you throw a grapefruit -

? The Florida Citrus F.xposi- Tilt riRCriT COl'RT. IN' *NI)
lion will stage a grapefruit throvvIng FLORID*

; contest in connection with the fhanrerv No. 3litt:

14" on February 1*. THE MA THOMPSON.= m.
program '"'
Plaintiff .
it wax announced by Manager Phil I -\',,- t:

Lucey. The Fo>ti\la dates this JOHN I ESTKn Defendant THOMPSON: = A. "AN" I..E SIlN

year are February 16 to 21. NOTICE TOrn: .
Park. Inns I lanil. -0. Y
You are hereby required to appear in
the aboxe Court on the flth day ifMarch
Classified Ads : A D 194S at the Court fI,>u_
in West Pam Beach Pam Beach ONLY ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS FOR 1948
County Florida t., answer to the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce filed a SEPTIC tanks and grease traps <''i In the above entitled ca-jse_ and TRUCKS HAVE All THESE NEW AND FINER FEATURES:
FVERCiLAOFS NEWS a newspaper r-e-
c;.ane.l and repaired. Phone t.l.nlJ'lIhlbh.'d in Palm Beach C 'unt -
3S;:!. Ht-b Douthit. Pahokee. MlTc : FIc>!"ld\, hereby designated a* the New Chevrolet 4-Spe dSynchroMesh New Improved
I ne .-paper In which this Order shad
Truck ChevroletTransmissions
t.. published each week f
once for < i-
II,* S'01' .\1:.: K...king for a homein ci'neoi!Ue wipekly' ts..>ies I Valve-in-Head Engine
Pah,kit" I have two .n th" DONE .AND= ORPFREIJ at \Ve. Palm
I Beach Pam Bach C"untFnrld i Here's o feature that antics Here the world' most .COHere -
tI town 1as ,
tOwn.r leaving: an '
r this 29'tt da"f January A D 194S
*: ell at r -.liud price if ca1I J AI FX ARNETTE j truck users of new ease and nomical ngine for i" ile-

leek of tr e f-.rrui' Co'jr 48 efficiency in with new features that ossuei *
sell n. ". i'all mn.nv.. nan Carn- F operation .
II Pam Peach C mrv. F'crltiClri
enter. rht,r.e :;";1. I>2i..-h. uit Court Seal.Bv i I U greater operating efficiency!
T a P P:ant New Chevrolet AdvanceD -
SIN- lilkS- Ion hu- -ca'w! -on large lit-- THADIHinmN 'I'!, I! GearshiftControl New MultipleFeatureDevelopments
Attrnev for Plain'Tf ellgn I
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Join the 11,200 pedestrians KILLED last year !


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

I 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


Be impatient. Hurry, hurry and join the 11,200 pedestrians
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE -
; who were killed in the United States last year. 195 of them

; were neighbors of yours in Florida. !

: $AFE MAKE DRIVING But perhaps you don't like the idea. Maybe you enjoy living -

A HABIT and don't want to rush into Kingdom Come prematurely.

: That's different-and the answer is simple. Don't hurry. Wait

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

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

: !t, looking for you there. And no matter when or where you

; c. cross a highway, be alert. Walk safely and live longer.Sheriff's II

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Preyedy' Ajscoated;! DJ Pet"
d.F1cri.h.: .'.e Fiord;: Prcsi Au> Palm Beach County
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Eight The Everglades; New, Canal Point. Florida Friday. February 13. 191'

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Engine Sinks In I Warren Selects I Film Will Show Recreationreas

Fresh Muck Fill I Miami Man To Unusual DivingWEEKIWACHEE Being Developed By

On New .ACL SpurThe II Handle PublicityMIAMI ; I SPRING Mr. SRD Along HighwaysTAMPA

Jack Kufcr.e. Director for 20th
locomotive of the Atlantic Frank S. Wright Public approval and

Coast Line work train building the Mrs. Madgelene Browder and ly-known Florida public Century Fox Film Corporation appreciation of the State:=: Road D.partment's .-

new railroad grade for the Oke? ,daughter. Barbara returned Wednesday expert has announced his ( has !'('Iected't't'kiwachf'e Springfor new policy of developing -

lanta spur line ran too far out on to their home Winston-- ance of a post as state a fcaturette to be filmed on recreation area in connection

the fill morning, the Salem. X. C, after a visit with for Fuller Warren in .
new Tuesday manager the history of deep sea diving. M.. with the states highway syste.n
soft dirt gave way and the 10-ton her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. current governor's race. He has been evidenced wherever such
Mrs. John Kuhne state that this is the first
and Dragon in Paho
locomotive settled slowly over on make his headquarters at areas have been: established.A .
its side in the mud. All work is kee. Mrs. Dragon accompaniedthem Riverside Avenue. Jack attempt that has ever been madeto picnic recreation spot established -

said to have been halted until the as far as Jacksonville.Mr. and at the end of the I record on film the history of on the Gulf Coast Highwaynear
and Mrs. Olaf Boe I
engine can be removed.A were will return here to resume I deep sea diving dating back to the St. Joe: proved extremely popular -

wrecker was sent out from visitors in Sarasota over the week- practice of his profession. time when man clung to a rock with both local people an :

Lakeland that night and went t'> end.Al Wright served 15 years as I and by holding his breath let the outof.statt''isitors..
Friend Wichita Kans has
work Wednesday morning and administrative officer at the ; I rock pull him to the bottom so The development of formerDavis
been ill the past week at the homeof
some officials said that it would versity of Florida at that he could gather oysters con- Causeway recently renamed

probably get the engine out that his son-in-law and daughter following his graduation from taining pearls. This system is sti'l Courtney Campbell Parkway.

night but some employees feared Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.Mr. institution. He served as !' used in the South Seas. From this proved even more popular and is
and Mrs. L. E. Duncan of
that a great deal more time mightbe of the American College earliest known type of shin divingthe patronized daily by thousands ol
West Palm Beach spent Sundayin
required.The Relations Association during picture will show all the man- motorists from every state in the
Pahokee her mother I
grade is being built with visiting 37 and currently: is !'en'ingas made devices used from the earliest nation as well as by local residents -
Mrs. M. J. Hyatt and brother.
dirt hauled from Palmdale placed international: committeeman to the present day equipment who appreciate the accom-
Robert Hyatt. Mrs. Hyatt returned -
r.n: top a muck grade thrown up Kiwanis youth activities.A and the latest technique of hos- odations provided for family gatherings -
with them to West Palm Beach
by a dragline. The dirt cars aro Kiwanian for 20 years. breathing discovered and perfected picnics. swimming: fishing -
and was their guest until \Vednes-
backed onto the temporary rails was prewar governor of the by Newton A. Perry, Aquati: and recreaton.

and these rails are raised to grade day.Mr. ization in Florida. He is a Director Weekiwachee Spring.Mr. So successful have been t h.'*-?
and Mrs. L O. Snyder accompanied
as sufficient dirt is placed. Only a president of the Florida Kuhne states that he is highly experiments that the departmentis

few hundred feet has been: built to by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne: and Public Relations pleased with Keekiwachee Spring planning the development ref
Fortenberry and daughter, have
date. I a Presbyterian and a clue to the evry clear water and many similar areas on highway:
returned from a visit with hi,
Tuesday morning the work crew the Miami Y.M.C.A. its great depth which makes sucn throughout the state. Throughthe
sister. Miss Ula Mae Snyder. in
foreman thought that the grad Miami. Wright served 30 months a film possible. He further states use of these public! recreation

was sufficiently solid that it could service with the Army Air that his company has been searching ureas all citizens receive benefit
Joe Alderman was able to return -
support the locomotive to a point I home Wednesday from th" in China Burma and India for such a spot for a numberof I and visitors find them particulartyp

considerably further than it had World War II. 'ear.s. p, attractive.
Pratt General Hospital in Coral _ _
been vcntu'rlng and Birchard Du- Production on this film commenced : -.-

Bose. engineer, said he was proceeding I Cables last week. Assisting Mr. | Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly hasp
Mr. and Mrs. Heath anJaughtt"r
very slowly when suddenly I George Lions In Regular .Kuhne in the production of thin as their house guest this week nlsi
of Miami of
his fireman warned that the are guests I picture is11'. Douglas D. Gay '-" It. r Beverly i fOchlocknee.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Voting in Pa- :Meeting TuesdayThe brielle.I .
grade was settling. threw th? ,I hokee. I

engine into reverse and attempted Irvin :\Ialo\'. University of Florida 1
to back out but was too late. proposed consolidation
I student is visiting his parent"
The turned and Pahokee and Belle Glade :
engine over slowly I
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Maloy. in Pahokee i
Schools received the solid
no one was injuted.R7kmen this week. ij
,>f the Pahokee Lions Club at
were afraid that the j
Mrs. Loren Meredith underwentan NOW You Can Get It !
wrecker weighing a great drat I appendectomy at the 11'Ia.h' *-- Tuesday luncheon meeting. i
more t'1 the In"mcutivp. vouM oral discussion of the
ar.Z 3r1r1
; Hoopital'dnl'-;-I
rot fi".! enough support to permit day evening.Mrs.: consolidation was led by .\. (

it "it n.iclj: th" Howell and W. H. Wilson.
hogged engine.Mrwtre
I:. G. Johnson plans to
f Le\vi. Friend reported that
Haven Democrat.Woman's .
leave this weekend for Durham.
.. foundation for the
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N. C.. where she will enter the (l
rwimming pool at the city
Club To Duke University Hospital for medical /
a project sponsored by

Plant Poinsettias treatment.Mr. is nearing completion. The
I and Mrs. P. M. Cate. Jr..
voted regular monthly
expect to have as guests this tions to the free lunch fund at
"Bf.ntify: the City of Pahokee" (weekend Dr. and Mrs. Charics The IdealAllPurpose
school cafeteria for the hf'nf>
will he the project of the year for Fitzgerald and children and Mrs.
underprivileged children. It Outboard
the Pahokee Woman's Club, it W. G. Garner all of Farmville I'I
announced that members of leetonbwh.
For bahing..f r the family for j
was announced at a Woman's Club N. C.
club will be entertained at a fun! It's here.... rK altMr
directors council meeting in the Mrs Sallie Davis is a patient a! I1.,' hp. twin that set. a new .nd "*
ner in the Lions Hall on Nt.
clubhouse Tuesday night. It was Memorial in design performance. ,
the Everglades Hospitalthis with their wives acting as Mercury Rocket b_peed and endur 1
pointed) out at the meeting that week. arc for the most ru crd lIot.... yt 4. swell
esses. M. R. Rhoades was throttle down to the .,r.ssthert /1IERCURt --
since the striking beauty of the Mrs. L.V.. Armstrong visited low.motion trolling pare you nT. .
blossom of the easily grown poin- her son and dau htt'r-in-Iaw. Mr. corned as a new member. .... And has Mercury' e clu- C-- .

settia lasts for three or four and :Mrs. Alvin Armstrong, in Hialeah -...., -- toller_-FuU-JeweJed"beanne throughout Power vball andft"\ idi-!: +

months a year and the bright this week.
Watson Airs Views Come In and M. MAll I -..;:
green foliage is attractive the Mr. and :Mrs. Robert O. Lamp

year round the slogan for the project have as a house guest his sister. On Amendment Of

will be "Plant Poinsettias." Miss Priscilla Lampi. Michigan..
:Models Available for Immediate Delivery
All civic organizations: in the com- Friends of Dick Bordeaux maw RightToWorkMARIANA

munity and the City Council will interested to know that he left

be asked to assist. Washington this week by planefor Speaking

Mrs. R. W. Sanders program an assignment in French Mor- the Marianna Rotary Club ATTENTION FISIIKKMEXV :\ :

chairman. introduced Mrs. J. R. General Tom \
rO<'o. Dick recently joined th-! wei'k.: Attorney
York who gave a talk on .'Th. Navv. son candidate for Governor spiriaHzt' in fly fishing tMjuipmcnt and give free

Origin of St. Valentine's Day." I that "appeasement is not lf<::sons to anyoiu p.arch i::ing :i fly fishing outfit. \\'e
Mrs. Manning Keen was in charge TrackClosed answer to closed shop a JrE'
,>f the serving of refreshments. Dog Under this central thought, httlw l"'st in bait casting: equipnicnt in our Trtc

-- -e._ _ l Over 2 Pet Of Purses Attorney General emphasized TVnijvr K MS and injrley lUvls : also) : the late:>t flit.-

While Tuesday February 1O. difference between industrial! I and! lurt-s. Charcoal and )!rilU for the |ifnicker..<::.

has been designated Governor's TA1IP.EIJht: Florida! dog and closet !shops and gave !' '

Pay at the Florida State Fair in tracks closed last week after a instances where leaders of :

Tampa all candidates for that office strike against the operators by ized labor declared the closed !

have also been invited and in the Greyhound Owners BenevolentAssociation. to be unfair labor practice \ CANAL POINT SPORT SHOP

addition to Governor Caldwell! Fred Stutz. Florida ii was operating :against ;

Florida's next governor will probably chairman for the doe miners. sail particular group.He CAXAI. POINT -
!..' those which f ....
among present that: negotiations with the track pointed out that

will !include- Dirk (',""p"r. Colin operators had "reached an in.- richt-to-work amendment by'i.'h. Tom 1Vatce'n.. Bill passt and "there will be no more oral decision and legislation
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Dan :Mrt'.irty. Fuller Warren, "
racing until further n >tce. been made) pre-eminent in

Buddy H.iscorn and B'rnarr1:1c: 1 T. Robert Knight: president or tate against" the operation. <-f '.

F.idden .--.- the American Greyhound Track federal law Fromvhere I sit.. by Joe Marsh
Operator's AsstH-iatinn. said the The Attorney General was:

Speaking before the Fort 1\11.1-!lerdale di.-pute arose from a demand of principal speaker on a .)!: -

Jaycees recently. WarrenT the our.ers that the operators sponsored: by the club's, \".-(" et. '

White: director! of public relations .icree to hold 2 per rent of al.: Serv:=: ; e Committee.Mr Will's Proud

for the .':\t"r.nhr.t' P'f"I'S; for p.ivnr.t to the .! v .
' told this group that th-; o\vr.-rs a-xoci.ition .LS .tu''" in tJvor > of His Big Ears
and Mrs. W. E .";St.
railrd< .11' on th.-ir tos to privi canrationHe
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