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:
March 5, 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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I Anthony's Fashion I Lake OkeechobeeNears Silver Tea Sunday Funeral Services

Show To Benefit Afternoon Benefit

OPERATIONS I Pahokee High BandA 17 Ft. Level Girl ScoutsThe Held For W. H. KeyFuneral

benefit fashion show will bepresented Pahokee Girl Scout at the
I .From The Clewiston News) services for William H.
Paul Rardin
By II I by Anthony's of West For the past several weeks the regular troop meeting Tuesday af- Key. 61. resident of Pahokee for

Palm Beach in the high school News has been a little reluctant to ternoon completed final plans for 16 years, were held at the First
the silver tea which they an
Work on Conner's highway b- auditorium on Thursday Mar. 11 mention the weather in its col- Baptist Church on Wednesday nt
sponsoring in the Pahokee "'oman's -
umns for fear Ma Nature, in :1 2 p. m. with Rev. C. A. :Moberg.:
at 8 with all
m proceeds goingto
tween Canal Point and Twenty p. Club building on Sunday.
the fund raised PTA whimsical mood might decidethere'd officiating.Mr. .
being by Mar. 7. from 2 to 5
Bend satis- m.
Mile is progressing I p.
been enough perfect weatner Key died at the 1 local hos-
and other to
civic organizations
The is invited to
public cordially
factorily. There are 14 miles >n and start throwing rain ant pital Monday evening following a
complete payment of the new uniforms I I attend this benefit silver tea andspecial
the stretch of hurricane-flood- for the Pahokee High School cold in our direction but when i it brief illness. He came to th:
: invitatons have been issued
to be reworked. Band.Arthony's. was noted this week that the level Glades area from Georgia, was a
damaged highway
to parents of the scouts:
The 55.00O yards of muck dike will furnish music for j of Lake Okeechobee. which wentto I well as blanket invitations to veteran of \'"Ot'Yar' I and a

have been removed and workmenare the affair and will have !six or a record height last fall has civic club members. Mrs. Parnell member of Fred and Percy Man
busy reworking the road. Tvr eight i of their own models for the slipped back under the eighteenfoot ( Knecks will play selectionsand field rot' 90.Survivors .
bracket and was: coa 'tinzinpidlv include hisv i f e,
entire 14-mile stretch is being complete showing of latest style* several of the scouts will also
scarified and reshaped rolled and n sports clothes afternoon andevening toward the seventeen-for.t play.In. Katheryn: a brother. James H.
will be oiled with a sand finish. wear. Joan Cfca,.tam. maximum figure it was thoughtsafe of will Key both of Pahokee: and two
charge arrangements
At the rate the work is going Annette McIntosh and Ann O'Con- to mention it. he the refreshments committee si't' Pota Jolly of Tampa
along it will be finished muclquckf'r rell. the later being ? graduate of On Wednesday of last week the :Mrs.: Vmson Henderson chairman. anti! :Mi: *. Cathalou Roy of Rufauta.

: than at first thought by the! Gtson: School cf Modeling. I mean lake level stood at 17.S5 according -I assisted by Mrs. R. R. Long. Mr!'. Ala.
the contractor. Weather has b: 'en M'arr to U. S. Engineer mea'1tirement :;;- O D Carpenter and the Soneet Pallbearers. both active and hon-
favorable for the road rebuildingwork. Admission prke will be one dol lar. [ bee datum with which most of our Legion Post W. Internment was at
Mrs. If. T. Williams chairman
. readers are more familiar than Woodlown Cemetery in West Palm
assisted by :Mrs.: P. M. Gate. J"..
with the Sea Level datum currently Beach with Post J'O in charge ofthe
I had the of sPft'akinbefore
pleasure Student House Plan Mrs. :iKnecks::: and the Seminole
the Canal Point PTA Monday l used by the Engineers. Since the Patrol: the entertainment committee military services at the grave
night. An unusually larg" To Be Financed By; fall has been averaging about two- I Mrs. W. H. May chairman. side. Berry's Funeral Home was: in
tenths of a foot per week the lake charge of arrangements.
crowd of school attendedthe
assisted by the Cherokee patrol.
meeting. The business session State Methodists level should: h<'. as we, go to press - - ..
was conducted in an alert businesslike approximately 17.6 and it appears
manner by the president.Mrs. Congregations of the Canal probable that the maximum control Foundation Work Sutor Believe Plans
Point Methodist Church in both level will be reached slightly I
D. L. Friend. Working com- Laid For New Cub
mittees were Johnny-on-the-spot services Sunday will be asked to sooner than estimates made last For Bond Election ,
with reports. The organization is share in our church's one special fall when' it was feared that even Pack In Canal Point .
Should Continue
doing a splendid work in Canal project for the year, the raisingof with the best of luck it would
Point school. funds in all Methodist Churches take until April to get back to Foundation work for the formation -
for the building of a Student seventeen feet. If we keep our of a Cub Pack in Canal Point "Since the need is so great and

During the past few days fish- House to serve as a church horn fingers crossed and the rains stay was lad* at a meeting on Tuesday the state will pay close to thre -

ing has been good at the lock in away from home for students of away as well as in the past fevr night at the Canal Point School. fourths: of the cost. I firmly believe

Canal Point and at the St. Lucie Florida State University. Because weeks the seventeen foot mark Pat Patterson. Scout Executive of the County School Board
Canal. Minnows have been at a of the unsettled conditionsof may be reached by March 15. West Palm Beach presented! a should proceed with plans for a
premium since the perch and the community we have held There has been virtually no rainfall picture of the opportunities and county school bond election:* Jack

bream have been unusually inte.-- this project over until the presentand during February and almost the responsibilities of Cubbing. candidate for county school
ested in them. Personally I have we shall give it only one day perfect temperatures have been our An excellent film on Cubbing was superintendent declared Wednesday .

n't had time to do any fishing. If of emphasis. It is hoped that as lot. A temperature drop into the also shown. night.
I had the time I wouldn't bother many of our families as possiblewill high fifties was recorded on the Parents present included Mrs.::: C. Sutor made his statement at amass

with minnows as long as the rubber take part in this importanttask. day the month arrived but the L. Stuart. :Mrs.: Hattie Dixon. Mrs. meeting on the question of
band supply lasted. The sermon in the morningwill maximum" have staved in the hieh Joe EdenfieM. Mrs. Hitchcock. the bond i issue at the Palm Beach
ton: "A Soldier's Shoes" tak- seventies and even in the high Mrs- :Nobles: Mrs. Latham and High School auditorium
Harlow Sims of Canal Point this ing as a text the words! of th" I,1 eighties the remainder of th" Mrs. :Straxer." Mr. and Mrs. Mike He pointed out that the statr

week announces his candidacy for Apostle in Ephesians 6:1". Th 'month. The sugar corporation has:: Hoperich of Pahokee. Cubmasterand will furnish approximately S3.70O..
constable in the Pahokee-Cans.1 service in the evening at 7:30 will registered i a total rainfall of ."'7 Assistant Den Mother respectively 6M and the county $$1.233.r on
Point district. Mr. Sims will op- be a service of Holy Communion in :inches in the Western Division and I of the Pahokee Pack gave a a 20->ear bond issue for the badly!

rose the present constable, Francis which all who attend and who d.;- 'I'only. 01 in the Eastern Oi\"i"ion.t (brief account of their experiences needed building program That
Cross. Both men have qualifiedwith sire to partake of communion in a only month since last Apr :jir. Cubbing; Mr;<. Lot hence assiV.-:; makes: a total of 51.!134.2'IO .spret.1

the circuit clerk and county sprit <,f reverence and sincere con- .which has!: showed a deficiency !led in the meetirc; W. T Blair wh. (,\' T the 20-year period he :said.!
executive committee for the race. !secrati are invited to the altA -*. from averace.Graduation. ;has' volunteered to serve as (' Ib- However. the candidate fo-
class. in church membership t? master for the Canal Point PaKi : county superintendent of schools'
.-- ,'being t : conducted this year, as last. i ---- assisted Mr Patterson In addition raided a warning finger on thrrpoirt "

Winners NamedIn ;by the minister. Meetings: are from Dates twelve prospective Cubs' werrre.ent. "- .
II to 12 r.oon on :: .-h Sitter derlarrtl l that the buiMm!
Poultry Contest 6. 13. 20. All boys and girls who Are :Made Public j The reed f,'r the full coopratmn procram !should' b coordinated

desire to learn of the church and i ______ of *v th mother; and dads injthe with the dsir' of the majritv
.!ir-rc National 4-If Cir we''V. f it* work are invited to attend The co'in'y school t ->ar'l Tuesiv t'ubbirs program: way ?t risked ''! patrons ofach reboot rnramunty -

M fc' ; 1 hj Sfi. the Home P..-, these three meetings. : T11">vw1! a !cKe> or 'ration office :inn rinses Y'. Forty-four members <'f the i ji'ion: in all the untv's *('hn..I ,three dads would rw* needed. tl\ H" asked for a guarantee that
si. 't"). *... I" *'.e Tv'ril; ? <*r" ." I .Tw'nr'F.'lIow: hIP plir.r.ed last i'starting!: : on June ;c and extending .fe.rn': the Pack The t- a'hers salaries' will not >*> i in pisesi",

.!% P.> rC 'nt.'''t. .T-nn'i" 'e Fridav for a picr.ic-rar'v: to h'ft.eld 'nr.n'<*H .I.!"e 1;). The schedule! a? I f''n.1 organizational: :: meeting will : j vopardv I,v th.* >-.nd IS.SM.

r' .,* ding made bv MrM'l: ,'*e" I 'n Saturdav. :\tatC'h.i ai submitted bv ;apt John t. !>- >n- ; be held! it the school) nn Tues.nh .}.-*..*. An-! h. rMJ..t..1 that atr'iratr ..
J, >Ti 'ali'f..I.t.lnt Home P.'m 12:0.11 laws and tins are n "". art <\iprr\ven't! .tetall...t Ir.f..nnatinn on earn
('n..tratil'nct'nt.. hrn_,. *-.. .r wn !;.mh.r.... includingsomething :: !...II<1w sTuiav' the. :actual o-jji: .M7a?i.\1 rf t* I :pr.. '.f c'mstnit torn t... f'.n.1tr.t1\
last April ten count 1-H club : which can r*> roa't.. ) June s Pilm Bear :pack' will take: r-lace fri}
girls' tntend the T'lr.nnn?! ovr tve f.!'.'. A <;;""-., rt*"'"*! wMlow -!' ;.J'.r.ior III_-*.. ; ror..lfntn.'I! !ir.f..rmat".n n,' ..tmg --_ --
Poultrv Content under! the dirtvton the l.inch M-T h.:1: \t! Jofi P'lrayw'ir eItt; li,t Tuav! All] w'.rk. how-

: of the Soar l:"R'lck Fo-nd I it the S-indav Srhl: F!'r.H- e itch. .. p. m : ('av'er Ihh3ri : .".av.'r.s .!..!)'.:*'!,.-t ::pin the pa", Uotarians Entertained
ti'n who were the ..1'1.'rf thchicks I 1-g .,f the M, thud,!'t Church. T::,- ... t' m :.'r ipati-.r .-f ir."tr.r' .*.fI.1 l d.df:
and prizes.. the .\srk:1Itnr.1F. ,,," ,. "" ''e "t't tv :.3.). Thu-...lssJune F Paboke'llch h.vs 11 and: 11 %"irs <.'. .ir Tv? Rotary Anns
'<.tpn"i"n Service :and tve loci i Tte Y'lire :Mart: ;ed F..Iloh: .. t' m ""h..' are re!".tn.'lv: !!'1 "r"'t".f .n

H..,:., IVmon"trat'"". office fj,>,- 1T:.t.ts ..n F-i..av. :;: !ar.h 12 for i Fn.b June 11 rk'Ie f'YtH' : -! the she:..aona ..'..'I .nm..Y .r :\y. I. ", r'. I'trr k. ., IJ'ta.y
--' Ki NVw !Hirrr- FFrv a"i: -...*..c' art i u .-t. -.c.s! : V.r ,, .. .
girl rcccivt'd U v : !h. rn Fvera oH t-e r t'w.\' 1 th- !4't-f-t'i1: !' sr; < ,. .t..t.-. ,' bv 'r." It..-
shin chicks which: e LII"t".: p... 0"j., '": ':f' :r.:1!: : ," S. .-.I s l." ) m .I !" ' 'I." '" .\1 -'; : t.7.: ... \* : "' 't h.f!..' .ii'T"' T "

learned the latest ;>e..aTlt3"; I Fad; cark: : ridty .J-:;;::., 11 I.akf't' t' Tt.-., :..-..'-. .. - .'.. W''r t-:.. -"i.-.Y:: r aMr* r',.*; cM
T:res as the corte pr.'Crrs-e.! I --- -- ileh :JO n r Bovrton' Rarh.r . ..! C. f'r.' -.... t.r t!"., irE" " Ona .i:--rrH!,,\ Tuesday p vr"rn ,.
Girl who: t'ltt'Tt''t'rt' .\:kTaktiriMk < ..t (11.1t::\';I.1"1I \1.1.\ ; :;. m a'1"I'IJ '!"iC ,.,.t! ::0' ''' '": 1f.- U f' ..udU) .nJr v.tiI

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brisrvt. I vnton; Carolxr. H::>- m Palm Reach H1'! "'31) I' m < I7II.DKKN: :\..U\' MIOU' :tdill th- J'UIJllrf."th';
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R,rre* Lake Worth. Gracie SS"ley. : -- l courthrise : ,HOIK UfIIJI14 'rci""I l .:nov*-! a \rv r.t'ftainnz I y'"(-. rt Mr F:. I. (' ,p.. !n. '.
Lake Worth: Pane: Te StirkBelle : Th* F-rt Btpti.ti choir ;\11 ; 'nirir!:.t'errx "Jack: and tr- R It.Vrh: and Mrs Sfcaujr.* v
Glide: Loci; ., Bf'*" Friday ruptt :Mar 6' :at 3O pn !!!' t tmr-"rrn'A' night Satnrdavi1f Ptr Stalk"ir t.rhonI audi- : a.l. in f'har?" rf 5Jr.h.r .rrang.- .

Glade: Jean Platt. Pahokee Dirt A :lartt! vlflejrat.'-. '. ColinErc i ( .--r i IC fir! rp*f'at"'aIf the Ka tarta'a ftnn..n: last w'ek The .rrw waypr.t I 1rr..r'.. and: M' f: f' ru,fc.n-.n
thy tn.klnd.uth R\y Car. ::!'h supporters f r o rr th* ,er .- The Livine Redeorrr" ; ,: ty t'P PMP Marorott.: I ar.d: Mr 0 Fi Tlxrrn. tat:> arEsta6hshecl924
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The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday March 6, 1914

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sponse would be immediate. If I 6 Members WSCSHonored '
every club or church memberwould !

give the pnce of a pac.:- I .-.\Meeting:
_ Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region '
age: of cigarettes or even a CocaCola -
Established 1924 Published Every Friday I it would more than meet the I Six members of the First :\It th-I This Dollar

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance !mall sum needed fxhst "Wonia" Society of C:
Let's see to it NOW- that Flor- .rist-I I
I ian Service were honored Is Still
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ida'a: State Prison has a Chapel I ,
meeting at the church Monday afternoon -
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter and ALL the equipment it needs
when they were presented:
. ;
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I \Mth WSCS life memberships Th> ; .1 *"*$

Pahokee PTA G. \\". *" vJ
honorees were Mrs. Byrd *
Vol. 1, Xo. 9, the February issue of The Florida Wildlife, BIvlGREYHOUND
Sr_ Mrs Arch Blakey. Mrs. H. *>.i
Date Is
published! by the} Florida Game and Fresh Cater Commission Meeting I''C.: Glar.alrs.. D. D CauJ.ll.:

i is the most inteiestim and :t the same time informative Changed, March 10 i i|Mrs Frank Rozelle and Mrs

of any of the similarpublications! : to reach our desk. Ralph Stanley. The life membership

The Florida Wildlifs i is improving with each issue. Thereare Alexander Sprint. .Jr.. Southern : certificates were presented bvMr

three feature articles in the February i issue, the leading representative of the National i I >. J. Frank Colson. president. tY' Ll"-.

story being devoted to the Pollution Florida's Fifth Column Audubon Society and well-known 'I the pins. by Mrs Marshall Lair.

with a number of illustrations. The magazine i is devoted lecturer and authority on southern I spiritual life chairman. and corsages -
to the ron vation., restoration, protection of our were presented to the honorees I
birds and other wildlife, will by Mrs John A. Pulanv, I
game and fish and it is well edited.
be guest speaker at the March program chairman. I
meeting of the Pahokee Parent- Plans were made for a WSCS
Not His Teacher: Association to be held special recognition mission. study TLJ

"Did my wife .speak! at the meeting ye-terd'1. '?" Wednesday. Mar 10. at 8 p, m. in course of four class sessions to beheld

"1 don't Knew your wife, but there was a tall thin lady the high school auditorium. Mr. at the church starting Mon-

who rose and *gait! .>he could not find words> to express her Spnmt will give a talk on birds dav. Mar. 8. at 8 p. m- with Mrs
ind wildlife and illustrate 'in* Caudill. mission! stud chairman,
lecture with motion pictures. He ,in charge She will be assisted bv
"That wa"n't wife. -Karikatuien.
my spends! eight months of the yet: i \Irs. W. E. Pope I FARES

in the vicinity of Charleston. S. C. I \rs. Colvm appointed Mrs DTI- Remain Amazingly Low
King Could Dish It Out in the interest of the NAS anal lanv as a val delegate to represent :I

The late Hint: Gen ire V of England had spritely- sense of conducts' tours through the Everglades the group at the State WSCS Orlando, Fla ...__.__________ $2.30

humor. Harry I auder was giving a performance at the Palace during February and :conference to be held at the First Ocala, Fla. _...__________.__.... $3.: 10
comedian after finishing a March ;Methodist Church in West PilJi
Theatre in London. Tha ,
Mrs E. L. Pope will be in chargeof ;Beach April 13-15. An executiveboard Tallahassee, Fla. .___...._.__ $6.20
chat with bh majesty who had summoned him to the royal I
and Mrs D. W.
the for Mar 16
program was
encountered old friend George Ash- West Palm Beach Fla. 7.>c
box between acts, an Cunningham will preside at the called by the president.A ,

ton, in the conidor. After exchanging a few amenities, business. PTA members pleas I I program on "The Christian Miami Fla. __.__________.._... $1.S0
Ladder proceeded down the ball, pausing only to look back note that the meeting date his Church and a New Japin" wn
I. Lakeland. Fla. ..... ...... $2.10
and shout, "Well, food-night. George-and good luck to been changed from Monday night presented bv :Mrs G W. Byrd. ---
you !" to Wednesday night. Sr. assisted by Mrs Ronald \\'a.on. *- Tampa. Fla. .__.____...._._..._. $2.:;;
The next itstant King George emerged from his box into . <= Mrs Jack Phillips and Mrs. J.
Fla. _. __.______... $1.'O
the corridor red, with a grin on his face, called out, "And T. Boynton. Mrs R. W. Sandersang Sebring, u.

pood-night and goo,! luck to you Harry!" Training Union i vocal 'nlo. accompaniedat Winter Haven, Fla. ..._.. $2.00

louder w:overcome with confusion at the awful Has Enjoyable MeetThe the-piano by-Mrs-. _Graham_ Gainesville; Fla. ______..... $4.10
thought that he might! be suspected of taking lihertiewith
Mr and Mrs
Thomas Handleviad
. the kingo-em't-ot-or d -food riveted to the spot, but King adult of the : I
training union
as guests over the weekend, his ph., V S_ T**_ f't tXTRA S.rf.*
George went off lad; hing heartily at his own joke.-You: Canal Point Baptist church spent I sister. Miss Nancy Jo II a n<11o"y. 1 on KvanJ Trip T.***..-
Life. an eio\able (evening last Friday.
who visit here
I is on a from Soutn
Fob 27. at the home of Mrs Arn- fff I GREYHOUND BUS STATION
-------------- -------------------- - - - - - i America: and Frank Hindlev.. student -
'" ur Chant" This sum came from oil Scruggs. Several games!' were at the University of Florida.
TOCLASSIFY 'nall contributions made bv fie played after which excellent fool --. Carter-Geiger Drug tore
nsonors' themselves or from their was enjoyed by all The Can'tl Mr and Mr! H. I... Jiudo": and: Phone 3021 Canal PointGREYHOUND
"amilies Point: Quattot sang several song : rf-ildren! have returned to Wmcrmla -

Surely} if thee unfortunate which were greatly e-njoYNI. An i after a visit here with his

prison inmates are so eager fer unusually!' large group of members biother-m-lTw and !'i tE'r.Ir and I

(By Russell Kay) i place to worship that they are were in attendance. (i Mrs: Wiley Tillis. I:

willing i to contribute pennies

with Can a you population imagine of a 1.678 community withouta I nickels pockets and to help dimes in from its their establishment own- t,:.iN..., ..#K..>.. #..& ><.<.*><->< < C..>ti..., !:>...#.t:..:..:....:..:.t...>r1t:1\ ........t...,.t....t"#.tN"., ".,.4.-" & ..:ft

church or chapel of any kind it behooves those of us in i,
the "free world"* to put our shoulders -
Flondi has It isn't
one. a pleas-
ant or desirable community in to the wheel and give them r Square Deal

which to live. -It u. our State hand.
Prison at Raiford. That is what Chaplain Shepherd %

When this fact was called to realizes is asking that Floridians it is impassible to doHe : +:
my attention not long ago I couMnot ; & Supply Co. :
to raise the sum needed from thmeager ;
believe it. While I had never
contributions of the prisoners -
the matter thought. I
was given confident that any a Chapel ex- thE'mselves.-His church is .:. 1331 WEST CENTRAL AVE PHONE 2-O.IS9 V
not blessed with wealthy parishioners -
In the thirty .:
isted at Raaford ORLANDO FLORIDA
: I .x.v
years of the institution's existence t f>
He is asking civic clubs wom .
there has never teen a chapel as h
en's organizations and religiousgroups V
i ti"hTi. of any and all denominations .. AUSTIN-WESTERN COMPANY: +
!" religious of the
program to give such aid as they can. .:> :Motor Graders Roller .:.
p?;- -i and the work of personal Street Sweepers
He feels that the work to be donein
rouselling and activities have been h
Florida's State Prison is even
maintained by the resident chap- more important than foreign missions .:. CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY COMPANY .:.

facilities lain as well provided a. posqiblithout ministers outside the- or other activitiesfor which .: Light Plants Bench Saws Concrete :Mixers Pumps .:
large sums are raised every year.
institution's walls. and looks to the outside church to ;,
: .
Now. after 30 years, the stat* come to hn aid in solving this

Li getting ready to provide a problem 41' Dra line Buckets .

chapel and the Board of Commissioners Here indeed is a worthy projectfor

of State Institutions has jour club your Sunday School! i.:1.. KIESLER COMPANY y
recently announced an appropriation I or your Church to undertake.
or S5OOOO for a building Twenty denominations are represented .:. Clamshell Buckets .:.

No provision however Ls being among the prisoners andas .
made to provide furnishing or the Chapel will he non-denom- =:: NEW HOLLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANYImpact :

worship equipment All thtstat intional. designed to serve the religious Rock Crushers &
. .
propose to di) is provide the bare needs of all the task of .

unfurnished! building If it is to bo supporting the project applies 4:. LINK-BELT SPEEDER CORPORATIONDraglines ci..t .

furnished funds for this purpose alike to all croups .
which architect estimates: place at The amount needed could be Shovels Cranes ;
s c .
S135OO. will have: to come from ralsei in one Sundiv.: if the ministers .
private subscription priests nbbies and pistols .:. OWEN BUCKET COMPANY .:f

That the ">r4 son n t.> hiv'' eve!' ,of mir churches throughout th* .:. Clamshell Buckets Ct.I ..
an unfurnished House "t"orshlT) i state would bring the matter to 45

I* largely a" to the untinrg e'- the attention ..f their people anti I I.:. UNION WIRE ROPE CORPORATION 4:
fort of the t..tson Chaplain who call for a mill donation A few
has dtligei'v ,.'..:1 "v! tow:" I I.:. All Sizes' and T>'pes of Cable c:.

end forei .s V w he his been wnul 1 d I.") the trick and I hope that I .

pn'nuu t.: h... ";rc, but h<. is as i r'"f''ultf this column a great: :. WKLLMAN ENGINEERING COMPANY :::

till torfnti i 'to the p >'>,o.n I mirv will b' reached II. .
a "Williams Tpe" Clam Bucket c..
of oq-uppi"I it 'i r toe usof I! 'ri- I If the readers i of this cilunr; I .

p",s<' it \\ \s v ,n fd He ;'.irt'Culirlv would ippo'rt themselves a cc "irnitt :. TRANSPORT TRAILERS INC.I .:.
: wir-i-. : -. "'u organ JOlt.nitu c>f o"e to *>n-c this : .
is,le 'n t:.e es..nnt.- to the attt'nt'n of heir mtttt"1 : I \\' I and Semi-Trailers c.V.

q i" raise a : V

A 1 large number of prisoners iteMS amount it would N easy: t.> tii, a".1 : CORBITT 4-WHEEL DRIVE TRUCKS .:,

eager; fV>r the establishment of I cr think of no urv5omk'-* :,: V ?
the Chapel :n i!< their Chtpli: more worthy
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O-o New 'Vt'ir Eve. i group of f If every rbeof a Kt.livCivntar j I &

them composing in organization KiwiniRttivce r>!' ..tiI. I! :: 2-3149: :::
d I tl. M. (Buster) Willis P. O. Box .165;) Phone
known i> tie ,'rum of F.ufi" ?r service r'ub weld tike !'; .
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a religious! social brr theri,--.1 'action and at the! r.'tt: regular f: .:. Representative We-4t Palm BeachFla.. .;>
among the r en presented Chaplain meeting brag the mattrr ''p i".. !.1.
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Shepherd with i check p*" call for vM-nti-v: co-trbut-o

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

I I 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 were walking: in such a way as to contribute i
;ii 1 to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to ,
f'I Mr. Motorist-
pedestrians are more careful.
!j Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers
;: MAKE are even more plentiful and careless and are pushing the Ii

SAFE-DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must doA I
HABIT some life-saving:- and that someone is you.
When you cross a street or highway be personally respon- i

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Lund. Bendix. Fritzgerald Daile}'. century

Cinematic ChatterBy Carey and many others you ha\e "Very calmly, my wife said. Phone FREE PARKING: 9..g:
:Malcolm Millar the evidence of "show bizzness at. \\-elJ-catch your fish-hush up-
it's showy best:' and then do something about it.' RIGHT DOWN TOWS

'" See ;you at the moviesIal. "Which I did and here . Fill Up: with Gawtlme and I"ark11 1)-"". If You lake sSlNCL.IH
I not into a long rig-
am going
I ---. Rives fondled President Truman : STATION LOU BRANCH
a-rr.a-rcl! about this al OW. The list patriotically colored rod and reel
N Rod \\'e-it Palm Beach., FloridaParker Opposite :\Iontg"omeI'anI
eFishing : "
c." s'ljsho'iM l be sufficient: for I' . we are. I Olive at First
you to judge that the producers of Is Invented ByJacksonvil1e r Rives" home in Jacksonville! i*

"Variety Girl", which comes to at 5712 Perry Street and his nt'I j

the Prince Theatre SundayMonday Man factory, wheie capacity produr-j

of this week have spared no: tion of 7.000 rods a week is expected -

expense; to make this truly . JACKSONVILLE - An idea -- to b.> reached early in April, I
Show of Stage, is located at S7 Riverside Viaduct
The Greatest born to a fisherman as he struggled Motor Service
Screen and Radio Talent on with a four pound trout - Jacksonville.

Earth"! materialized today and was add<*l -- I CANAL POINT. FLORIDA

Headed by the ever popular Bin,; to the archives of piscatorial his Dave
Crosby and his fueding friend Bob GENERAL REPAIRS

Hope, with Dorothy Lamour working tory.First of the new "TwentiethCentury" Assumed Duties As
with them nad an imposing Cars. Trucks. Tractors Diesel
closely: fishing rods invented fiy Scoutmaster Troop 23;
list of readily recognized Walter L. Rives, of Jacksonville, Engines and Power Units
Milland, Ladd. Stan- '
stars such as came off the production line atRives'
wyck. Goddard Caulfield Tuft;?, Dave Kicklighter assumed his
factory. Wrapped in red.
Holden. Scott. Lancaster, Russell, white and blue and suitablv: inscribed r.ew duties as scoutmaster of Pa- PHONE 531
hokee Boy Scout Troop 23 at the
Preston. Lake,
Lynn. Hayden. the rod was; mailed ta:
regular troop meeting in the scout
President Truman at Kt'Y'st..
hut Tuesday night. He succeed-
"Happy fishing---to the President -
Felix Slonaker as scoutmaster,
of the United State the inscription I
SUTOR WILL however Mr. Slonaker plans t3
on the aluminum allot PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
continue his interest in the troop
landle reads. The rod grip itself
by serving as director of field:
COOPERATEWITH was especially made of red. whit trips.
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The troop made plans* for the
"And I hope," grinned Rives an
PEOPLE"These futur!" and voted to suspend from
ardent fisherman himself "that
troop membership any scout who
Mr. Truman lands a record Florida
sr absentfrom, troop meetings for
fish with it"The
trips I am making allover Twentieth Century ro'l. four consecutive times without excuse. NOTICEOur
the county are not entirely It was decided to collect
which has a number of outstanding -
political junkets," Jack Sutor troop dues on a weekly basis in
new features, was given an
candidate for county superinten- the future.
actual workout by Paul G. Mains. Telephone Number Has
Troop 23. sponsored bv the Rotary -
o"tdoor editor radio commentator
secretary-treasurer; of the Florid Club Stag..i is Ratt1e'nake."olf composed of four Been Changed which is a

Tackle & Gun Club. :!Mains known patrols.
and Lion. and has
a membershipof
throughout Florida as "The Od: 30 scouts. Rotating Phone Service

r Kingfish" and recipient of the 1H1 .
state gold modal for conservationwork

returned from the St. John; Judy Shackford
River with abounded enthusiasm No. 595
Named Brownie Pres.
|for the new type rod.I I I
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."It'll revolutionize ,f Judy Shackford wa elected This is
some types > change necessary to serveour
::4- game fishing.; president of the Canal Point

i Hi\' s' rod differs! from stand- :Brownie Scout Troop at a troop Customers Better !

?'d rod in that the tip i io s<*t 'meeting this week. Other officer
'chosen. were Theresa Pope vic-
above the reel so that the liar
run through the guide* un.le". I: president: Carolyn Scott, treasnr-
neath the rot thereby, preventingcontact er; Emmogeno Edenfield. >ecretarv -

between the line and the i I ; .Tean Kay Friend reporter

rod. This prevents any chafing; or 'land Martha Gail Ammons. serge- I 44ria4Glades

hitching the line over an upturnedend I ant-at-arms
guide. The center of gravity, The Canal Point Brownie Scot
:> ho maintains is lowered and amore Troop sponsored by PTA. conducts -
: regular meetings in to
perfect balance is obtained.
JACK SU'I OR A special foregrip provides for school auditorium on Thursday
nft'monnsIrs.. Edith Smith art
dent of schools in the :May primaries natural wrist action the same is
declared this week."I used when firing a pistol and according Mrs. Joe Edenfield are active leaders Co.

am getting new angles on to Rives there is less weir' of the troop.Prince Equipment

educational needs in Palm Beach on the reel and the rod is much

County" the candidate said. more sensitive to strikes.It .
Sutor. a veteran campaignerfor was about six months ago ---- -- - -- -

good education county unity while Mr. and Mrs. Rives were
Phone 595 PahokeeThose
and other projects said he has fishing near the famous jetties at
found that the schools and the the mouth of the St. Johns River Theatre

|I't'oplc want superintendent that the idea for a "different

tn b,' constantly in touch with kind of rod came to him.

them.T "I had hooked into what turr I Pahoi ee. FloridaSundayMonday

*,e educator and newspaperntit out to b. a four pound trout:'
>'r pledged that kind of co- Rives explained "and I was using

co;er ion if he is elected. .1 nylon line that had l>ecome badly : i I : :

"T< their everlasting credit frayed from rubbing. against my 1
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the people of Palm Reach County 'rod. J Sensational

have always been interested intgo "It turned out to be quite :a

.vl "school b. And in this cam contest and every moment I was !

l'aiJ.YJthl')" are demonstratingthat afraid that my line still ribbing;: : "Variety Girl" GREYHOUNDSARE

interest by the sincere attitude against my old-stvle rod. was going '

they are taking toward thjsuperintendent's to bre.ik. I did some robust RUNNING
Marring i
race" Sutor de I cussing and said something about :;

clared. --'Nobody's done anything to improve -I Bing Crosby Bob
(Paid Political Adv.* I I fshing rods for half a :j Nightly-Rain or Shine ::1 I

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Democratic Club ;':Treasurer.State Senator of St. Augustine!:, is'l I FOR CONSTABLE I Legion Auxiliary Pahokee Eastern Star

Will Be OrganizedST. I I Shepperd said "all real --- State PresidentOn Elects Officers.Mrs. .

crats are opposed to the destruction -
Official VisitMrs.
AUGUSTINE Organization of States Rights and to the I ..J'nnieIcKimtr: ) was:

of the Florida DemocraticClub establishment of a police state In .. James Fleetwood of Tallahassee elected worthy matron of the Pa-
America. Believers in individual
was announced here today by state president of the I hokee Chapter Order of Eastern
freedom can never accept the st(>
Charles E. Shepperd, who has caled "Civil Rights Program." American Legion Auxiliary paid Star. at the annual election of officers -
been selected State Chairman. her official visit to the Pahoke
Any man who promotes such a a held in the Masonic Hall on
Shepperd, who has representedSt. < and Canal Point American Legion
program is encouraging commun- Thursday' night of last week.
Johns County in the Florida Auxiliaries at a joint meetnpf of
istic infiltration whether he is
Legislature for the past four years the two unit in the Pahoket- Other new officers elected wen
conscious of it or not.
and will ben>- If'cted this year ,. + Woman's Club buildinjr! on Thursday I Ellsworth Keen worthy patron:
"We call upon all good democrats r xb1ey
without opposition, said the organization ,I j ni .h' of last veek. Mrs I Mrs. Jessie Barnes. associate matron -
to cooperate in electing :
resulted from a recent Fleetwood give 3 review of thoactivities : D. W. Young, associate pa:
solid slate of delegates to the: I
meeting of representative citizens of the Auxiliary dtirinjrtlie trC'nIM:. Ruth Carpenter secretary -
Democratic Convention who will .c'' k'S'm5ygtdsPA I I Ii
from all parts of the State. past:: :veai: and spoke of plans : Mrs. Gladys Harrington
undemoerati" leaders f
repudiate -> I
Judge E. B. Donnell ofVest I '':Ir the! future. She was accom- trf'amrerrs.! Etta Mae Friend.
the Democratic Party and nominate I i
Palm Beach who has been a member parred to the Cities: : by MIA Eliz- conductress. and :\Irs.t a b 11Younsr.
candidates for President and I I I
of the State Democratic Executive beth DeParher Delray Beach associate' conductress. Appointive
I\"ic -Presidt'r.t who have never i
Committee for the past district pE'sident.Iembt'r of the officers will be named
been promoters of an autocratic
fifteen years is State Vict-Chai- I 'Belle GlaJe Legion Auxiliary attendee by the new worthy matron fallowing -
.state or who have been Russian 1 I
the meeting as guests. her induction.The .
man.Frank apologists or have aided the activities -
D. Upchurch former of 'feIJowtravelt'rs.mE'rica *.** I' The Auxiliary colors of orang ; installation of the new officers -

and blue were used in decoratingthe was set for Mar. 19. Plars
".\ has just helped deft -
of for the benefit dinner
I clubhouse with bouquets I, were completed
roy one police state and we -rnng, fl".er,. and also in the refreshment !, which the chapter 1st sponsoring -
want no such thins here. I
Federal I table appointment at the Lions Hall on Satur-
interference in the social
PLANTS FOR SALEAnnual At the conclusion: of the pro- j.1w.:; Mar. 6. !starting 5 p. m.
nomic life of the community i is'
cram both Mr< Floetxvood and Those appointed in charge of ar-
unbearable to democrats! who believe -
Plants, Transplantc-d M!;:. DePailier were presented nn<"ev'ent9" for this dinner! were

Asters:;;, Pansies, Snapdragon, in the fundamental principals LL"' -I with gifts. Committees in chargeof I It I 1A. Q. Howell. Mrs. Iva Snyder.
of our party as originally set forth '
Larkspur and Petunia, i ..tefferron""A t nrmnyemer.ts included: Hospital Mrs. Pearl Hami1t""!'. Til

by HARLOW SIMS j :*v. Mrs. O. R. Bleech: deco Howell. Mrs. Jessie Rarnt'
35c doz., $2.00 per 100"Plumosa" solid slate of delegates wh-
Canal Point I r tior. Mrs. John T. Pickett. Mrs. and Mrs. D. W Young. Mr-

stand for genuine democracy will Harlow Sms. 18 years a resident I,Carmen". Paul Til I Myrtle F.choltrs.. Billie Shirley
Foon be announced and all ;
NurseryEdward ery and Mrs. F. \\-. Cross: refreshmentr. Mrs. Hulda Wilson. Mr.Hulett
democrats should support them by of Canal Point this week announces -
I Mrs. Leslie Futch. Mrs. I D.nton.Ir.t.. H. C. Graham and
Olsen an over-whelming>." his candidacy for constable -
I Ben Ro en'. Mrs. F.t.. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. D. L Friend.

PahokeeUNKLE -. fro::- the: Pahokcf-Canal ?.:*'"=. J. T. Boyrt"n. Mrs KennethMock.
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WMU Conclude of the voters n\ the primary elec- !I R 1Vethferirgton. Jr. andtr Governor Suggests

Special Programs tion. May 4. Mr. Sms is World .C".r1. Maxson.rETl'KXEI I

HANK SEZ War two veteran. hiving served I __. !Grand Jury Probe

I Special programs bf'ingpre nt- two years in the Xavy. He qual- I > HOME AFTF.K A Hendry Co. Schools
A ifit-1 with proper count official; i -
ed this week by the First Baptist:: I VIMT IX \IIOKF.K

MAN WHO -THINKS EVEW "'nman'sfissionary Union in oVervnnce last Friday to enter the race. Mr. Phito C. Williamson. and Fred I TALLAHASSEEGovernor

DODV* EUSE IS CROOKED = of week of prayer wi!! Sims"would pointed out that if electedhe Smith.! Jr.. of Bloomfield. Conn. Caldwell has suggested: that i
the law isis I
the I
UfTLE I concluded todiy: with an all- jreturn"il' home Friday after a visit grand jury probe of Hendry coun-
supposed to be enforced. For
clay luncheon mtingat the with :\Williamson's.. brotherinlaw I Itv school affairs be conducted -n
WgtCH1N'HIMSELF. many yeir. bt-fore the war antince
J- C'!". Horace V'nwin.tU I and' ist" and Mrs. Gen the grounds of alleged administrative -
I his I.'turntr.. Sims has been
president will have charge of today's R. Ram. ).. in Pahoke- Before de "derelictions.
I a drag line operator in this area.
I program which is scheduled --. f:1rtnrptM:. Rimey and Mr. WtlHTnson i Caldwell told State's Attorney

to start at 11 a. m. I t t'nt..rtaint'll"t'ltnf'sda, ,,", M. Smiley of Brndentnn. "Th-

II The first program in ob"ervinc: Plans Made For 'evening with a steak fry on the 'affairs of the Superintendent of

of week of prayer va conduct WMU: tick lawn of the Ramey home on Public Instruction have not l>een'handled
I bv the Lottie Moon Circle Mondavnfternoon << Banquet
Bneon Point Raid honoring Mrs. in accordance with the
l with Mrs. t'lIa11111 t Ramey's; son. David on hit birthday .** He sent Smiley a file from
nssUter bv : Miss; Patsy:: Batchelor. Miss; :: Vera
in chnrge. She was '
Other including
: anniversary. guests; 'the State Auditing Department -
Kd Un- Keen and Miss Johanna McKin-
Mrs. Horace Unwin. Mr I
'\"fOrl'tr.. and Mrs. A. C. Lihhart excerpts from two reports
vin. Mrs. J. C. Mock. Mrs. G. C I try were received as new membersof
Tid children. Sunny and AnthonvSteven. '"of State Auditor Bryan Willione
I Connell. Mrs. L. \V.11I1Ii". Mrs. : the Ymlng"oman's Auxiliaryof Phoebe
( Ann"tteIctntl" h. _of which said finances "were nothandlf'd"
rt.J Tom Strickland. Mrs. :\targarl'tThompon the Pahokee First Baptist WMU .
Ann Rimey.: Fred Smith and G. B.Ramt' (carefully during the fiscal -
and Miss Elizabeth at an auxiliary meeting at the
'. IJMG.
Watch that car of yours! Hardsteering ; home of Miss Barbara JenkinsonTuesday year ending
Caraway.The I
shimmy wandering Tuesday afternoon programwas : evening with Miss Lois

and uneven tire wear are danger presented by the Lucy Jone Echols and Miss Jenkinson acting -

signals to every motorists. Circle with Mrs. W. H. Rogers as hostesses.At .

When it starts acting up . circle chairman in charge and the business: session with

bring it to the LAKE SHORn Wednesday evening: programwas Mrs. Roy Pope, president presid :

MOTOR COMPANY for expert under the direction of the ing. the group made plans for a ;

Grace Jernigan Circle.Approximately I rs.other and daughter banquet t> .
wheel Drive in, today I
alignment. . be he!.! in May and received an
and let us check car from'
your 340 streamline, invitation Mrs Horace

on our famous equipment. passenger cars. Inclxidiinir the na win '-VMt pre's:dent. to met un-I

tion's first postwar sleepers. wer I her lame on Mar. 1:%. 3RD.4flfl1jflL

delivered to the railroads bv Pull! I 1 ':-li-votioral program wtis I Ip..nt.

LAKE SHORE man-Standard Mfg. Co Viri"ir! ...! h.. Miss Svhle Jensen PALM BEACH COUNTYXPOSITION

1947. This brought to 630 the number (assisted bv Miss Imoger.e Spivey j'rr.d I
MOTOR CO. Miss" B.-tty Batrhel
of cars completed
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bv that company since ..
i the war.i I Harold Webb Is II j jI MANUFACTURUS

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. HaroldVb) was welcomed .H j jli

r.f-A- member .if Fred and Percy i| ELECTRICAL

.....:.... lr 1It'S "'*lT'"!.l Po' t o at .1 meeting .n rducotionol Entcrtornment for AU!

.r. I the woman s clubhouse Monday

f.i: ;; '\, '* I.I I night:.\ report of the builder? rom- Nine lie Days aid lights .

.f \ \ imittee revealed that the Southern i iI

;r.. 3' \ P.el! T'le''"..n- Cmp rv h'f.- I FEI. Path thri' MAR. 7th

f'!:;. I" \ .. |fere.l to derate a number of thp I
I goodbecause r- .
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and Belle! aide to I'cr .
c' '- .,.. J J'..gIj !X1 for ue as! piling for the re.vlyeciA" f. -,

its ..) J. I- -" {{ono the post ill planning '

... 1, .'.' ,{? to h-nl.i in the near future nr. CAa -.-
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;AI. '. .., The group officially cor.tmtiUteJ Shrubs and Trees

--- their Auxiliary: for the pr'ere1 -)- i

i I '. matein reorcir.i7ati'
ALFA'1 .
-- ,- otivtti I"'" anti thanked the la.1e3.! AM. .\IUETno'T:: KETAII.

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Warren In Lead J Moss Thinks TimeIs Regular MeetingOf Large Interest Shown Matthews'aas third high in yesterday's -

Straw Poll ShowsIn Here To Vote The Canal Point WSCSMrs. In West Palm Beach of 4.103 election.votes about drawing 1.600 a more total

Governor RaceJACKSONVILLE Republican Ticket City ElectionIn votes than the incumbent.-PaUn

Francis Cross was hostessto Beach Post.

ORLANDO- the Canal Point WSCS at its ---
Polls on the Terming 1948 as one of the most hotly contested -
regular monthly meeting Tuesday CHURCH OF CHRIST.
gubnatorial candidates one being Florida's golden opportunity to afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Stuart pre- elections ever held here city SCIENTIST
conducted by Joe Abrams of Jacksonville -
and another by A. William lead the South as a two-partv sided. An interesting program on voters Tuesday filed .steadily "MAN" is the subject of the

Morrison of Miami fail to develon state M. J. Moss. Orlando prom- work in Japan was presented by through the polls in the first citywide Lesson-Sermon which will be read

any new or startling information. inent realtor and candidate for Mrs. A. P Harrington. Mrs. W. T. election under the new charter in Churches of Christ Scientist

Blair Mrs. F. M. Wilson and Mr3. for an all-time record vote Fuller Warren leads comfortably congress from the Fifth Congressional -
D. R. Hall. 8.811-about 60 percent of the March 7.
in both of them. They differ, how-
ever, on Colin English who is in District on the Republicanticket Mrs. Wi. on reported a successful :- voters eligible to take part in th3 The Golden Text is: "Mark the

second place in the Jacksonvillepoll points out that as long aj and well attended meeting in Democratic primary races. perfect man. and behold the uo-

but shows little strength in this state is looked on by boti observance of the World Day of In preparation for the expectej right: for the end of that man is

the Miami poll. parties as "in the bag" we never Prayer held jointly with the Meth- heavy vote elaborate preparationsfor peace" (Psalms 37:37)

Reports have reached the Flor- can get the federal considerationand odist church. handling the vote were mappedby Among the citations which comprise -
Mrs. N. E- Maxson will members of the Democratic the Lesson-Sermon
ida News Service during the past appropriations we are entitledto. represent is the following -

week indicate that both Dan Mc- the WSCS as a member of Executive Committee and city of- from the Bible: "And suen

Carty and W. A. (Bill) ShancU He contends that if we elect a the executive board of the councilof ficials. trust have we through Christ to

church women.It More than 50 officials God-ward: Not that sufficient -
have been making substantial Republican to congress this year: were on we are

gams. Sbands is perfecting a it will open their eyes and. as a result was announced that the study duty at the five polling places of ourselves to think anvthing :

strong statewide organization and we can get our sorely needed course conducted by Mr. Blair will where 22 voting machines were in as of ourselves: but our

McCarty has gained substantiallyin water control and waterways d- close with the meeting tonightand operation to take care of the more sufficiency is of God" ill Corinthians -

the areas he has visited. I velopment. that church cleaning day will than 16.600 voters registered for 3:4. 5).

"With congress in control of the be March 23.PAHOKEE the election. The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe
Watson, who a month ago was
. City officials said last following from the
in second place seems to have Republicans 1948 will be our best night passage

lost ground due to inactivity but year to demonstrate that at least BAPTIST registration for yesterady'a election Christian Science textbook "S<' -

he is expected to begin an ener- one district in this state can pla/ NIGHT AT REVIVALThe was one of the largest ever ence and Health with Key to th>>

ball with the men who have the revival in progress at thv listed on city books. They said th? Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:
getic campaign soon.
- say-so Washington.." Wet Side Baptist Church of West registration here for the past tw-> Con""'ecration to good doe not

Moss:: ran against Joe Hcndnckn Palm Beach under the preachingof years was larger than the combined lessen man's deprtidence on G.a1.
Mr. and Mrs. George O. Schro
last election and polled over 40 Rev. C. A. Moberg. pastor of the registration from 194O to but heightens it'e must revere -
der friends in St
are visiting per cent of the vote and feels confident First Baptist Church of Pahokee. 1946 our feeble fluttt'ringou":
this week.
Petersburg he will win this time. began as most revivals t'nd.t1 Despite the record vote, only efforts to find life and truth in

-.s, - additional! chairs to accommodatethe two of the five race for nomination matter -and rise above the testimony -

Mr. anti Mrs. H. J. Andersonhad more than capacity congregi- for the city's general election of the material senses above1
Pahokee Junior
as a guest the past week her High tion This bespeak for the pastor were decided yesterday: with the the mortal to the immort idea

brother. O. F. Staples Valhalla. Won Fourth PlaceIn Rev. L. L.-mmerson and his battle for police chief and two iof God. These clearer hich'r

N. Y. people onlx that which is!' most posts on the City Cnmmissira !*Views mrpire the Godlike! m"t.,

TournamentThe eommendahleTonight.. F rid a v :shunted into a run-off to W held ;reach the absolute centre and eirumfcrence -

arch 5. the members and fnem's next Tue Ia,. i of hilMng"( I 12 VJ:

Pahokee Junior High Bin" of the Pahokee Baptist Churcn I Top man at the poll yesterday : 1-3. 101.

Classified Ads Imps won fourth place in the \'-ill attend. It is suggested/ that !among the 19 candidates seekm-i I - .

County Junior High Basketball cars and people meet at the !nomination was Joseph D. Fan n.Jr. W. P. BKACII \\IXS FIRST'

Tournament held in West Pain church 6-15. givingamplt' time to .. who drew 5.561 votes in a four- 1'1.\(''': IN B TOl'UNMKXT

SEPTIC tacks and grease traps :B ach last weekend.In arrive in time for the service at :war race for city judge polling: The Pahokee Senior High;:: Bin

cleaned and repaired. hone 'I I the quarterfinals Friday tr ::45_ The pastor appreciates this I'more than 2.000 more vote than Devils defeated! Fort Pierce 31 t3
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee." M17c Imp defeated West Gate 29 to ;the combined I
gecture.Miss total of the other 27. in the fiat round of the Gulf-
-. - 26. but were defeated. 51 to 29. bv | three candidate" The young at- : stream Conference I>. Basketball

FOR \Lf: New and used \\"ilIys Riviera in the semifinals played I Sanderwas I torne>"s nearest opponent. Clyd T.urnament at Fort Lauderdale

JE'f'ps."altpr Ashley Garage iiij I I later in the ("evening. Sara guest Trammell. drew 1.1601ote< Thursday ex-emng. The next Ihr.hO.t''t'r : .
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllcn | the week of her brother-in-
On Saturday in the co olation past The City Democratic Kxecutiv the Blue Devils: were
preceding the final The law and 'istt'r.i Major and Mrs. P. Committee ,
game which met to offidallycan"a. eliminated from further tournament -
MONEY: TO LOAN on well im- Imps and Lake Worth played fo- Andrew K(>)"l's. in Macon Ga. ...... the vote last night, declared play by bowing to Palm

proved farm land and cattle I I third place position with Lake Farish the winner for the B.'ach.11 to 15. Palm Beach went
ranches. Ten to twenty years to Worth 36 to 29. In th>
winning LEGAL NOTICENOTICE judge nomination. '!kin to win the first place in the
pay. to r percent interest. C. I finals Central won the junior high Second man to win nomination \ tournament by defeating Fort

Bailey Phone T0, Belle A'I county championship from Riviera Tuesday was City Commissioner i'Lauderdale. 33 to 2.;.. in the finals
Florida. Solicitor for 43 to 29.Tv.'o t
I George McCampbell who was renamed Saturday earning.
Insurance Company of Public notice is hereby given( ..
of the Blue Imp playerswere to his post on the commission ----

and The Connecticut Mutual honored by being selected on that the undersigned intend t:> from Group 1 in Central- MEN'S BIBLE (1\SS

Insurance Company. all-star teams or receiving special register with the Clerk of the Circuit hero when he defeated Vernon ALewis The last two Sundays aw t.i?

recognition by tournament of- Court of Palm Beach by a count of 5,421 to 2.776 Pahokee Men's Bible Class with

FOR SALE: Wbirly lawn mower. ficials. Carney Wilder center was ''Countv. Florida pursuant to Section McCampbell drew the second largest the largest attendance this seaso-i.

practically new. Price 12500. placed on the all-star second team 86509. Florida Statutes 1941. total number of votes cast of The 200 enrollment is still fie

C. A. Bailey Phone 70. Belle Glad?. and Donald Harpley. guard, received I the fictitious name to wit: Violet's any of the candidates.In prayer and goal of the men. All

Fie. 4tc honorable mention. Beauty Salon under which I am the run-off election to be held: unaffiliated men of this area can

- engaged in business at Pahokeo. March 9. Trueman P. Matthew this becoming
LOST: Hereford yearling. Grady help answer prayer by -
Boynton Canal Point. Itc BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Florida. will be pitted against Police Chief I members. The class is for al!.
Sunday will be the last oppor- Violet Hall Jack A. Thompson who won his

FOR SALE: 7-room. 3 bedroom tunity to hear Dr. H. E. Ressler. Pub: Feb. 13 20. 27. Mar. 5. way into next week's election by anarrow ex-tended. '

home on large lot in Canal Point whosr preaching and teaching will IN THE COrRT OF THE ('Ol"o'TYJl'DGE. margin of 15 votes over R. .

Townsite. $4000 cash $2000 easy not soon be forgotten according PALM REICH COUNTY, W. Milburn. Hall at 9:45.:

terms. See A. I. )Miller Canal to the many favorable expressions FLORID*. IN PROBVTE
Point. ltpIM1'RWE received by the pastor and other HOWARD A. JACKSON . . .
At the morning hour of eleven. the Dweas ..4.. .af., ..,.t ...,.t.,.4a.t., ".c'.c.., ., .,1..,.++ .l .<.,. -..-.1
101'K SWINE: Use subject will be "\\'bat Think Ye HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
::: Office Machine :::
Purebred Duroc Boars. Ac- Of Christ" At the night sender AGAINST, SAID ESTATE: Headquarters
dimat< of 7:30. Dr. Re sler will speak on. notified and required to present anvcla'.m .. Underwood Typewriters . 10 weeks old hoar pig 'The Mew Heaven and Xe'VE.irth. -* and demand which vou. cr : SumMrand :
now :t'alab'Iso have gilts :)f beeiplaced either of \o\i may have al>;atn-.t th- 4 Adding 4 .
Additional seats' have
estate" of HOWARD A JACKSON, des : :Marchant Calculating Machines :
all apes Boards-ley Fam1.Ij the auditorium thank ...>
in ' law of said County. to the
miles East of Clewiston. Fla. to the increase in attendant:: County Jude" of Palm Beach CountvHorida .;. A. n. Dick Mimeographs .:.
at his office In the court hou- Elliott Address Graphs "
FOR TIIKKKKARS Grand morning and night during the pa"l of said County at West Palm Beach. .
l: F & E Check WritersHALSEY 4:
thirty daVith the Sunday Florida. within eight calendar month?
Champion Steer at Chicago International frcm the" time of the first publication .. ..
School 300 attendanceand c
have been SHORTHORNS nearing in of this notice Each claim or demand : & GRIFFITH INC.c:
the Training Union approaching haU be In writing. and shall tate. the .
let us supply your bull the 100 mark Superintendent plate of residence. and po t office ad- to Phone 2-r,88.:. "'(': needHand ra-!,.od I POLLF.D drevs of the cla.mant aced shall 'rf tees ss ..
James Harry Wilkm-on. Jr. and .....x:>rn to by the claimant his acenl
SHORTHORNS with championship ssassa :ss aasi seas:sass : : sass a.ass :s.e si
Director Mrs \\'_ M DnBosw, and or attorney and any such claim of ss s s s s > s
pct :gtet'v ..f >.iri>Mis ages noxvnvailable demand not !o filedt- ll he xold
I 'ar-It'! Farm 6 mils their workers are re]"ucing: eve- SAM BE31RY \. dmlr.Utrator -
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cast ('f Clcxxiston. Fla. A Jact Dr Kes-Ier will return to Cmca ,' Jack' O Jp nsonVorrev ....-. -.. -- .
IS OtU :xT! iiU .ip artment t'r rest week Hi* many friend fi" adnlnltrator where
Pub Feb 20 27. From I sit Joe Marsh
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garnet r>'''f .:5n tl. cracked :'r wish for him art his only the ,

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Feature Exhibits .TUNf.I : i Women's Styles
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,'wln ; mat hire m c".nl to.i- TO \FIM\ Jt>:NJ:> \RT\JFNT ';;.
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Friday March 6, 1948 TTie Everglades News Caaab,Pint. Florida Page SrnaI
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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!

Why be around to-morrow, next week,or next year? Go on-
dash through traffic when and where you shouldn't. Ignorered
lights and safety signs. Make a face at the traffic cop .
who's trying to protect you as you tear by hurrying to go
I' where?

I'I'M.otorlst- Be impatient. Hurry, hurry and join the 11,200 pedestrianswho
were killed in the United States last year. 195 of them
I were neighbors of yours in Florida. I

II SAfI MAKE DRWING But perhaps you don't like the idea. Maybe you enjoy living
and don't want to rush into Kingdom Come prematurely.
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

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

i (. cross a highway, be alert. Walk safely and live longer. ,
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cf Fiends. tie Flcnda Press Auo- Palm Beach CountyFn
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Eight The Everglades New. Canal Point. Florida Friday :March 6. 19 IS

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Co. Welfare Work I County Schools was released at 1 I WANT NEW BUS LINE Maria Beach. Manatee. Lido
the in letter from
meeting a Sup-;
| SARASOTA The State Railroad Beach and Long Beach.
Reviewed At C. P. erintendent John I. Leonard.
I and Utilities Commission will
It was announced that local PTA I I hold
PTA MeetingA J I a hearing in Tampa this week
members are invited to attend the 1 to consider an application from the

review of welfare work in March meeting of the Belle Glade Coastal 1 Coaches Inc. of Sarasota.
Mrs. Betty Mclllwain has returned -'which is asking for a permit t >
Palm Beach County was given by PTA on Mar. 11 at which time Dr.
County Commissioner Paul Rardin. Watson of the University of Miami to Pahokee where she is mak- transport passengers and news
papers over regular routes :n
guest speaker, in a talk at the will speak.At ing her home with her son and
Manatee and Sarasota countiez. Mr. and \Irs. George E. Jordan
March meeting of the Canal Point the conclusion of the .
meeting daughter-in-law. and Mrs. E.
Communities that would be serves of Pahokee announce the birth ofa
Parent-Teacher Association heM refreshments' were served by Mrs.A. ;'. '
IF. Mclllwain. after a visit with 'by the new line include Rubonia. son. Alton Hugh, at the Everg -
Monday night in the school audi- Howell Mrs. Charles Jones.
Q. ,her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Sarasota. Siesta! Bay Island. Al- 1 a d e s Memorial Hospital on
torium. The speaker was introduced Mrs. E. E. Conner and Mrs. Edits I
and :Mrs. C. Schultheiss in High metto, Ellerton, Bradenton Cortez. Mar. 1.
by D. L. Friend program Cross, hostesses.. Point, N. C.
chairman. -
i Mr. and Mrs. Austin Staples.who .
Also on the program :Mrs. TO HALL JUICETALLAHASSEE
have been the house of :!
Sorchie Baird presented her fift'tgrade
his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. :':1
pupils in a playlet.rony' i Howard SOMETHING: NEW IN TIRE LINE I.
Learns to Love the Flag." Th 'Johnson Inc., of Miami proposes and Mrs. H. J. Anderson in Paho- ;1 SEE THE t.I t.
kee. returned this week to their
children of the fifth grade aha to go into the business of hauling
home in Broadbrook. Conn. U. S. ROYAL AIR RIDE TIRES
gave recitations and sang songs. canned citrus juices to its various :[ I:
Mrs. D. L. Friend president, appointed restaurants in South Florida. The Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kennedy I

:Mrs. F. M. Wilson on the Florida Railroad and Utilities have as guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry i: SEE THEM TODAYWWUWWUWWUW
Brownie Scout Troop committee to .1 Commission will hold a hearing in I I Edwards of Bath, X. Y. 'I ,I IiI Iii Ii'I

fill the vacancy left by :Mrs. Boyd Miami March 12 on the company' Mrs. ..J.1.. Alderman and Mr :
Vorhees when she resigned to assume application for authority to trudc and Mrs. J. B. Sellers have rteurr.- i 1SERVICE STATION I:
the leadership of the Canal: its juice under contract from Dr. ed to Lake Placid after a visit

Point Girls 4-H Club. P. Phillips Canning Co.. in Orlando herevith Mrs. Alderman's son- i CANAL POINT FLORIDA -
Room mothers appointed to to various South Florida and daughter-in-law. and Mrs. [
serve through the second semester points. f... G. Alderman. I I'i I
were as follows: :Mrs. Boyd Vor- t t i
hees and :Mrs. \V. K. Buchanan.
first grade: :Mrs. :M. N. Pride and
Mrs. Joe Edenfield. second grade;
Mrs. D. L. Hooks and :Mrs. W. R.
Shackford. third grade; Mrs. J.

JLatnam and Mr!. 0 .Upthegrove.

fourth grade: Mrs. Melvyn PU(!!t t

and Mrs. Bonnell Burns. fiftn
grade; Mrs. C. L. Stewart an3

Mrs. Arnold Scruggs, sixth grade.A .
report of the staff which recently -1
completed a survey of th--
physical plant of Palm Beach

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ADMITTED TO Qecause . use of electricity for house heating may cause

Main Gate Free ,, you lots of trouble service interruptions due to overloaded

.l1 electric lines and transformers delays while repairs are
and To All Rides And _
made inconvenience discomfort
Shows At Only I 9c Each r""'1'

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Hours l\:;: ::i : jSec44e . it's better to use electricity for the jobs i! d oG

best lighting, cooking, refrigeration water heating, ...: ch-
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Midway I ... ; help to assure electricity for essential needs. Mdels to: lit every size

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