The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00325
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Mrs. Kenneth Mock Belle Glade Legion Groups To Sponsor I Publisher's Boat Variety Show Will

Planning Big Day Strikes Spillway At

Heads AuxiliaryOf On St. Patrick'sThe Widespread Plan St. Lucie And SinksA Be Sponsored By

Pahokee Legion American Legion in Bell Grow PoinsettiasA 65-foot houseboat owned by Local AuxiliaryThe
Glade planning a big day for Dan Hanna. publisher of the Cleveland
March 17-St. Patrick's Day. News" sank at the mouth of

Mrs. Kenneth Mock was elected Plan are being made to feed between city beautification project the St. Lucie Canal near American Legion Auxiliaryof

president of the American Legion 1200 and 150O people r>>- featuring the widespread planting j JMayaca shortly after noon pO-1, Canal Point will sponsor a

Auxiliary. Post 90. at the annual tween 5 p. m. and 10 p. m. at ti! of the gorgedand! easily while enrnute to Stuart on ? Variety Show at the Canal Point

election of officers held Tuesday Legion Hall. Tickets are on sa'' grown poinsettia got under wav I j Cross-State Waterway. The boat. School auditorium on April 2nd
night at the home of Mrs. C. It. for $1.00 each and you are assuredof this week under the sponsorship j jbuf felted by a high! wind struck in which all children of the Canal

Wethenngton. Jr. plenty of good old-fashionM of the Pahokee Woman's Club in i the concrete corner of a spillway Point area will participate.One .

Other officers chosen for the barbecue if you attend. cooperation with the Pahoko' and I[ sank rapidly.The feature of the entertainment -

coming year were Mrs. Bert Cat l- Members of the Legion and Legion ; Chapter. Future Farmers of A01f"r.1ka. I 13 persons aboard including will be the presentation of.
ton. first vice president: Mrs- Auxiliary numbering;.". and local residents. : Mr. Hanna. were rescued Iron "Mr. American Legion" and "Miss

Hugo Brie second vice president; are busy with ticket sales and Mrs. J. R. York. a member of I.j. the sinking boat and taken M Auxiliary" who will be chosen Iv

Mrs. James Stafford corresponding plans for the big! occasion. Just b- the club and assistant' : principal at !nearby Cypress Lodge.! Operation the public from from entries" of

secretary; Mrs. C. R, Wethcringtcn. f".re the barbecue gets* underwaythe the Pahcikee High School. jJ; :n !'for raising the boat got under way prr-s hOClI l age.: Photographs: : of

Jr. recording secretary; .\ : will conduct a "Car- charge of the "Plant! Poin. ttias"1 this week.Victor. entries will bo displayed in the
Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton. treasurer: rival Extravaganza" in the Legion ('an-paig-n. All persons who j -- --- window of The Everglades New'

Mrs.\ Carmen Salvatore Jr.. historian Hall. full crown poinsettias and :nt'l office. All parent are urged to
: New I
: Mrs. Jack Phillips chap -- i ira'Iv to prune or cut hack the oM iwofxl Geiger I enter their children and may: do s.
lain; Mrs. Owen Todd. sergeant-" from the shrub are asked to J Jcrntact :by calling Mrs. F :M. WiHoi

at-arms. and Mrs. Cecil Gray as- Upthegrove SeeksRegistrar's Mr. York bv telephoto [Rotary PresidentVictor I II phone 2933 ......f..rf'lar'h I';.
sistant sergeantatarms.The either nt her residence ((3';oil ) or'' i Jars bearing the names of H.i"*

group voted to make regular It the high school 3SOH( and she 1 I 'entries will be; placed in I 1.\1|
contributions to the cigarot Job will arrange for the FFA boys to ,' L. Geiger P.ihokee lio:n- stores. Each penny dropped into

and book fund for Veterans Hos- pick ur the cuttinsr1 immeiliatelv. ,,herman and 14 years a Rotarian these jars will represent a vote.
pitals and also voted a contribution A lot on the school farm hay I('with an unbroken attendance record .- The Auxiliary solicits the supportof
of linens to'the Crippled Child- Do Witt Upthegrove has announced beer reserved for the propagation :': was unanimously chosen yesterday I the community in making this

Ten'a Hospital. It was announcedthat his candidacy for the of- of these cuttings. Here they will to head the Pahokee Rotary i successful X'ent.

the next meeting of the auxiliary fice of Supervisor of Registrationof bo watered and cared for by the I club for the new year beginning -- ---
will be held at the home of Palm Beach County. In a prepared FFA boys. It is expected that the July 1. E..J. Carlton was 5

:Mrs.'; Joe Tom Boynton on April IS' statement" to Everglade cuttings will b-vr. .rd jnifficicntJy re-elected as secretary .:-. with Mrs.'James Stafford to'sertcns News be said: for transplanting bV the last o' urer.

cohostess.At "Before I took office as Supe June when they will be offered On the board of directors tlie
the conclusion of the meetingMrs. visor of Registration of this county free to the public for the beautification :- following: were named: Joe Kah,. Topic

Paul Tillery. co-hostess as four years ago. I pledged to do a of homes public grounds Claude Shirley and Harold RosonI'erg. -

'Istfd Mrs. Wetherington in the good job. In asking the continued I civic clubs vacant lot --anv place Other members of the board Alexander S p r u n t, -lr. of

seeing of refreshments. in which their presence will improve ,,will be Orin Bacon, the new pre.*:- "harN-ston.! S. e.. Southern r -p-

. the appearance of the citv. i j jdcnt and the secretary-treasurer. f>-t'ntat1nf thf"ational' Au-
The only stipulation in the free offering I I I Judge Richard P. Robbins of the'county
iluhon talk
Society gave a on
of these poinsettia plants I I! court was the guest spoaV '
Bird flf01f>ri<'a" at the :Marcnr.r
Carl D. West Named will: be that they receive plenty of I ier and was introduced by Attorney .ting of the I'a hnkf'f' P.irentV -
water after transplanting anti arf'i iThadd, Whidden who had charge of
i ('ad f'r AcsorMtion hd..Inf'! ''-
,cared tor until at least they ate the I
j program.C1
Assi ScoutmasterPahokee .c'ay night in the high Sl hool awl:
well established.To 1-'. Ja<'k ,t'irium
the majority of visitors and t phone company way welcomed asa The speaker tressed t h.t"1-
natives alike there i i" no otho- new member in the club by tie
Boy Scout Troop 25. J'n01irimpflrtam'f'! of birds in the
flowering! shrub in the state rf i chairman of the information ("(,m-
sponsored by the Lions Club and control of inset' is!' n.td the cont.intri
Florida: equal to the striking bean-;i min"f ,
now having a membership of H *-eti l 4'ft natinn.ilon...orxtion:
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tv of the pomsottia If the ptl lf'I,
uniformed scouts, i is proud to announce program:; for the protwtit.n orirtiito
the appointment of Carl D. conoerate.an!' d the plans of theWomarfs Tom 'Vat o'1. Jr.. Is ,,i'nl' =. lie at...t presented! a motion
Club are carried thrn'i, i
West, proprietor of't'st's Floor : :n color ..f bird lif,- in na-
Pahokeo in a very few tears couH1e Lions Club Speaker I
Covering Company. as new assistant I .ral .. ttmp<5 :Mr Sprint wa ire
widely known as "The Pity of
scoutmaster of the t (1
troop. '
I roinsettias."* "What is a Cood A01f'rican"-
Both Scoutmaster J. W. Mul'i- : pro-ram
s.- w. and )'lr.'t' t received instruction At the business session with th.
W.; < in radio and electronics work m Cub Pack Work To 'io! the armed services and have been tam -Hling. Mrs. It. J. Srhro.1-
lc Discussed At Pahkee Li n!' (ltib The speaker ,! pre
using these two scientific subjects 'v as introduced bv Flov f'. T er. Mrs Frank Wilv.n and11: -

n.t topics of study at the last Meeting Tues.. Mar. 1J(; IJo'. 't' program: chi rnian. I f !i/..b'th f'arawav wore namedon

two troop meetings. The scouts arereceiving Furl it of the voters xv!: 'n I a'n The croup romploted plans for .. a committee to nominate now
instruction in sending again n the ballot May 4th. I An important meeting of ill fahr and rt.iurhterj lunrhoon on :ITA f fficor* :Mrs ( lInr.lnJhal.lJ
and receiving radio message :in ;i iXT 'point out accomplishment ,>f nay tat"ei aid moth.-s of bov: . 10. Mar lf with local girl! scorita to aye a r. p.rt on the I'T."nunt.,
,-r.. O..lo an.! all helve learnePF .' '. of acowho are in- ('oMnojl" hold l
office: since I hogan to ?>-rve. :and 11 tears site e! as gu"-tc of' honor Plan1 I niottnjj r'Titlv in
"C sending and reiviv-ijr t 'i- "Palm Beach! County .> >ne f>f T. rested s" t'epaT7aT'.n' of a ,.... -.' also! mad- for the annual Pah.>ko.> -.Mh the local! PTA actingc :'
r.; ".t'. The l'e n..tnld1'n! .'f !iirT--' I the fight -et- f ttSi is1T.4Lnn ree- Cut iMfk 11 the Canal Point! are a 'iti-eo rig';; :' proKrin whirh w.ll I heat The monthly" a'tn.!.inr..

** -,'!..!j :rd r H-ei\rsr s 'ts ." alit arils ;n the St-&te of Fl.,rd i \\' : will N held at t5e Onal PointScho. .... lied at the woman's eltihhottce) wards. u.rp wen hv Mrs! San
1. nc t'>it rv{ nt the nn-'!iritT s the aid; ,.f th.'c.Ttb.. my offer :: .'l < n 1i.ed,. March 1Pt :it t.n Mar Crt:; 'Thcena'a fifth grade .t the a..

'>- troi.r'< final i f h.ivirsr "v '!' ams :., ,erne x-ryon* efficientlyan 7.".) p. m P I* '!oMx: local t hairman .n II n"r.t.irxho* 1 and! bv the "-%" -riti

soviit in uniform has been :achieve"! I I :.1 .- 'i.rt.,,M!.,:v. This meeting i-. .. fnUf>W-IIP t\f ch.irro: of the lied Crris ,!rive :r I grad" at the aniter; hiJhhunl..
md n now goal hi'. been set tr to I "l -:rt' '!!':1"1 .&:1'! tad p.1 in the fir-t orcanizitional. mooting the Pahokr...-('a1al pc :r.t :X: I. ';arris"n and Mr Of T"

hive e\orv rrembor of the troy.,> I tt.1!M7 o..,..I.'n f *-o state loci- t---M 1 two uotk den: and in it th- .->-&. .! *>*. flub t.> appo-.it a aT".1 rrrav'e- r'
attain at fact the rank of .ec.' .1c3aa !I aotss.il o1"ct:17.iI'n f the park 10:1" that
JvTat-r- i law t.> rr"V-de: i p -f- : Tl.'tro .f four. "!O'T"! : in t>se .! : a.unro. tiAped
cout bv .Tiv 1 kirent I *..-itritii n for voters inc Mill take platy H\.r. p.T-or.* ; and! alisi oti for the full c"ep--- 1 Tff'rsAT! Pt' heat on Thti"JlWlaV

-- ------ the ,v.'rty.x th ,1 'It.,.* .>k.. ..ov 1.1| to rone.j -nns ate tizto atter! '.wh: .*h' It wa-t srnr'ireat !'..v V." i H.T'FHm.1", :: 'f Muimt !anw.1
Water System Roods j ":''oI\" -.:.r.o! I.. to ;0' rxo the pub- .'r r,-.t they ".'f"" :i* this firs! m_*- T Illiir: in-l hjs.jurat.:-n ',rnTT. x 1.1' u'.n-ites.r an': ) pa's pr.t-

,1!'..' .-.. :fce r.o>: fficien.t :i h J ', u-. ing..l rcrresertate: "f the S< rvt .f.-.- a..-!-t...! M. .JanH 'o'-! .ff **... X. *:r"r: sr P.T""ma'.r. A" -

Voted Ky South layProiNrtv :t .'.- :::a* rer.: Therefor*.. I eir- Kxe.:.tx-o; <". n.rr:*'.'- will b.- pre<. !on it:".'J .\ Q Hn-a-ol! wilarX, : f ,.. -s', r .. ': '.r. t U::. Pah..k. .

*:!< .'.: v 'ur xe art! ,*':pportIt 'ent t'"> r-T'1'K't: tho rr-o"tinci :" .:... c. }fi: :- c, .,.. i l: t- I ,' ar.f',
.>w-or* "f n::.. :aw I.-i: :n :!-. :!'," ..:. .- i The fjpbs-.e j'1"<)2ram roquroird : .:. :. ;; i ir..t --- -

.f''"' -L'etl! :a b,r :*-'.-' .f qQ-. .>.. I .,'" rf'''':'! r.: ,. :::.. }-'";. rjh L:., :...."' ..1"2"f hth trtfd1' "' '' ':'.-: '.' 1 .. .. .r.t. t'I1ir '. ,)11 cr, \\1:1'-: '

f..r !r..t.\IIr.: .1 ".tt. at"'. r bv 1y '.\:.' \,.,.. :1':: ,- ..! ';?,' 1"'r . -Hd. .iilvaTfnT.t: hen: : .-.- -. -.. -. ... .... .>.-" .r. '..i .. . '... I
-to of ...*. t.> :: at a ,'Po..l: rte! t: r-traT. '- ,, ::..'- 'C *., >-axrTvn -' 'f' > Fay-- .f the father's .*priv.1! --- - Frank; c:; a. itfrr.. f'n 'r\'

,'n M''rd.atF1ertton .'.-. .-\a .r 'ta'e.t PtIIe.: o i :,,f th.'u"k 'o tree !'..,' - : : .'' '...n'o'' It Ct*-A. I't..a* ." r< vi I." .it.d"x !
: heart! <>!!:n\;< \\o:- i'J r. :Z .ird 13 q-ure-neriT I: -'ffft'rs: an ':r\-..l!> n.. -oci.'aT.O.:: !.-O:0'; : P'f f' *: :rrvrra T' a, t- wh..rp' h..

Mr Maude Htrtlne Mrs H <" I I T: >-..iNtr. i 7f.: 1.-' c: re"'.d-it: pr'''tt.r.itxti rr..iko the f'\rr.-' ....j;,<*.. (*;'v v.rj: 'wa! tn.tfrrndTLady !..r.Z; : ar Y.'a1 ftr..nrv spar

Wilht. Mr-s F W !utdI,'!" a-.! # t-- i .._..:\- ar-1 wixe r. are,! mv any! V.,me-I.f ..specitllxmeatr- nicht y-. <-a-i.w rf !-p ohI I!r..r.to "r errror.ro .art 1d.. sa 1to
Marvin Miller lfa. .:! here I '. ark. O.ld F'1 f .I T > r th J ,' W ,.
Mn- n y a:: : - boy : : 'ra.rts- !.n f n Clerk P Walicrrwhr! V:- II..k r a v sty f'"r.a! 1"1
The town council expects' thAt p.iwo.<-,' a-J O.i rr ar. .f \\ .:,1. (.f ha-a,-T.T dive -ent ar J t- wta .ratio t '*> rr..nflC that tv.. 'ra"*!!.."-*. hM: -
'crk will tart not later tv.Ar. ro:se. I II:!e Ccr.. : 'oo.- :! w ''' r *.. r'a: Ma- T"a'.-. . .1.tr' V tit the fr.-
.'timmer !:t s. '! t'C t"' ,,, ".r e-t B. art a* .-. h r- ,f J o h ,in* :: a' r r1 f J '..

Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. March 12. 194$

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1\. v.-bere thousands of animals I In this picture Mr. Owenn does
from all sorts of range and pasture Cinematic ChatterBy an entirely different part from his

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region conditions are run through the Malcolm Millar former "sweet" character. In this

Established 1924 Published Every Friday confines of a market area there picture he is a father whose love

Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe is always the chance that some There are none of you who have for his son turns to hate why
diseased animals will be handled forgotten the great performanceof drives his son from his house and
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn These animals may contaminate Edmund Gwenn. who playe I releases all the hatred in his soulin
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter the pens or grounds, and other live, 1 -anta Clans, in "Miracle on 34tn: the valley in which they live.
tock passing' though the market, Street". Likewise there will b? "Thunder in the Valley" is a

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher later will quite possibly be infected. none of you who will forget "',, dramatic epic that you will always
With such hazards existing. it incomparable :performance in remember as the most dramatic
The Not-So-Solid\ South b naturally required that very "Thunder in the Valley" his latest show you have sat through. By anmt'ans
strict and expensive precautions which is to the Pnnc
picture play
southern tbmocrat : see it.
It's enough to mike r.n old-time! wee?
h. taken to disinfect the pens before Theatre. Sunda Marcn 1Ial"I
-\Ionday. at the movies--
that the solid" South this is not *-o See you
in his! julep. It -eenis year they are used for handling 14th-15th. ...
solid it scd: to be. A few straws indicate that the repub-
as the purebred stock. With the near McCallister and Pt"ggn11 ; Mrs. James H. Dover of Hia-
licans knocking few chinks in the wall of the soli t facilities under .
?re s. now constructioior Gardner start with him in this >',. da'thter'f: Mr. and Mrs. P.
South. the specific purpose of handling picture, with Reginald O w e n. M. Teeters of Canal Point. is recuperating -
Not too l long ago Charles P. Gray, a republican who purebred stock every possible Charles Irvin as principal supporting ( from an appendectomy'performed
brought his patty filiation to Georgia from Indiana 35: protection will be provided. Sine:: actors and a great cast of foi- at the Everglades Memorial
years arof was: elected mayor cf the South Georgia town of all tock shown will be of high low-ups. Hospital on Tuesday.

Perry. No democrat showed up to oppose him. In Knoxville. quality 1r.d"r'thE"; and handled normally I
best possible health conditions __
mother republican was elected -- --- ---I
Tenn., Jimmy Elm >Ire, :! ,
there will be less likeli-
in a stunning upset that defeated the odd-on favorite, I
mayor hood of contamination of pens or
r..o"r"l'o n Ierrpter:: a \vell--no\vn' democrat who once ran other facilities however. i
f for"govcrnorr"hYmore: ;;; became the first republican in memory -- -- -- i

to head; the Kn.'Kville' city administration.The establish. definite I:Post Office Will Shrubs and TreesALL
*\vo incident! are sufficient to a

trend 'kIt they are efficient to give the 1 pillars of the Have New Service VARIETIES AT RETAIL

southern democratic! i arty ft bad turn-perhaps even in By Air On March 1Tne

Pin Has (county.St Petersburg Independent. I
Authorized Sales and Service
Post Office Department his

Matter Of ImportanceA announced a new Air Parcel Post JACOBSEN POWER AND
Kl.aked the mountaineer if he Service to become ('ffpctin'T3rc!: I
A \ :: ir: the !ckvo
had much trouMe gutting the necessities of life and the old l.;.. 1IUS. To date this new service HAND LAWN :MOWERS ;
only applies to International fel'cw! t.p'ietU! !, "Yes. and what you tit ain't fittin to drink! Parcel Post. that is. parcels i

-Wall Street .J urnal. mailed in the Continental Unite ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
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States and addressed to one of the
free, accredited herds. fonowingrOllnt nt's: Belgian Con Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
New Pavillion To "The live stock exhibition pa go. Czechoslovakia. Denmark. Fin- 1100 Southern IJlvd.. West Palm Beach I II II.
vilions now being constructed by land Iceland. NetherlandNor-
Aid Exhibition Of the Department of Agriculture f..r wa ". Sweden. Switzerland. Tunisia. I
purebred cattle are a forward stepin Turkey. Austria. Bermuda. Egypt.
the disease control program. Gold Coast Colon '. Great Britian I I
Purebred Stock These facilities afford the most and Northern Ireland. Greece I. .

modern type of construction. permitting Italy. Newfoundland. Eire. Uni :n
easy and efficient practice of South Africa.It I ifc.
Construction of pavilions fnr .
of approved sanitary measure
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should noted that up t.) :
the exhibition of purebred liI'tork \'. "The breeders can now take his: time it has been possible to

i't several points throughout valuable animals to shows and !end parcel post to these d 'stin"I \-
the State should help mate.-- sales with the assurance that their: tit>ns hv air mail. but such ship-
i.illv in development of this ex- .health will be protected as all I ments were subject to the letter 1
pan"dingindmatry.. Dr. J. V. Knapp. II animals exhibited for show or entered rate of postage, which in most
Florida State for ale will be covered hv I
of the be
secretary eases" : were =n high as to pr.-
Board has indicated health certificates showing that !
Live Stock Sanitary .' l'ihitiThf' nf'Air Parcel Post
they' are free from infections .->r
communication received -
in a rates are in most cases less thai
in Jacksonville by Williai.i I contagious diseases and that di- half the letter rate. For example
Director of State .rease germs are not lying arounlin
L. Wilson. the letter rate for a onepounJp.ickasre
:Markets. "Construction is actually dirty pens or alleys as sometimes to Great Britian floe pe-

under way. or definitely plannedfor occured. in commercial auc- half ounce) would be $4.80. whereas
the early future on projects tion markets" I the new air parcel post' rate forth
designed i to supply excellent facilities Recalling that Commissioner of (' same package would be $2.23. .. t
for the handling of purebred Agriculture Nathan Mayo has and the rates for heavier packages f
live; stock shows." said Di been actively interested in plansfor are progressively cheaper.It w
1'f'ctorVilson., in commenting on development of show places for is believed that mailers of
the statement from Dr. Knapp. pure bred livestock for several foreign parrl"ls11 take advantage -
who in addition to serving as sec years Director Wilson stated that of this new service as it
rf'trof the Live Stock Sanitary the Forida State Improvement makes possible delivery of suci

Board holds the pixwtion, of State Commission has recently awarded shipments in a matter of da)".*.
Veterinarian. contract to Arnold Construction rather than several weeks or
Realizing that the foundation Company of Palm Beach for alive month.*. which are normally required IIR
ff success in the purebred live stock and crops exhibition for ordinary parcel post.
!to.-k industry is based upon freedom building at Belle Glade at a cost of ---. ----
infectious and contagious $-16.%.. Work on this project is
Trueman Matthews
diseases,** said Dr. Knapp. "a num- ,to b' pushed as rapidly as practi
tf'f cattle owners have so cable.In' New WPB Police Chief \\rTi

han.l.d their herds with the assistance I the past it has often been
of the State Live Stock (necessary to stage shows in livestock Trueman Matthews was' nominated -
Sanitary Board, that they noW'' markets designed and use! police chief and L. W. Kellovav Your
have tuberculosis and brucellosis for commercial purposes. Xatura.-
and W. P. Holland were
nominated commissioners In
Tuesday's democratic runoff pri- PARTY LINE NEIGHBORShave

i By whopping majorities they defeated -
three incumbents. Policy problems, tool I IIppp
'IIra :e rn
:+ Chief Jack Thompson. Central
Borough Commissioner and Mayor
F:. Tinley Halter and Vincent
rail briefThis
Oaksmith. veteran commissioner

from South Borough.The .
assures better service for you and your
democratic nomination is
usually equivalent to election. party line neighbors.

It's good Matthews is a son of the late
Frank Matthews a farmer p->-
lice chief here.Kellrtway. .
who defeated Halter.is fjir inhere a rhancr

i an engineer and a former storekeeper -
because t s A "Time Out" between calls gives others a

Bollard is the proprietor of abarber i chance to use the line.

The total vote of o.Vil; alnvm
f'I1l\I.i: the :March: 7 primary \'''t*
which set an all-time r.w>rd. n-Ipalfp line in p"prg"n.iplII
str The Pemocntii- committee T"i I
J'r.i tt ordered the three wn- J When another party on the line has on

Phene 21) - - Belle Glide f y s l'P er's names: or t!?:prrtI *> Lee ;- emergency,p'eave' release The line quickly.
era! *,1.'tit.tIr.t and crifelth ;
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Matthew '',.O-Q hnnrj up grnhl fi
Thom p .en 2:,t J ft
Hilte- 327KlIoAav : When tie Ire is busy please "Hong UpOn
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I!; causes alone in our first peace year. In 75% of pedestrian r:

i! accidents the victims were walking in such a way as to contribute r

'I'' to their own demise. Actually, drivers in relation to
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pedestrians are more careful.
I i Florida accident records for 1946 indicate that jaywalkers

!I': MAKE are even more )plentiful and careless and are pushing the

SAFE-DRIVING pedestrian casualty rate to a new high. Someone must doA '1 I

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

When you cross a street or highway be personally respon- 1

sibie for your own safety. Don't expect the other fellow to :4

look out for you. Cross with the light if there is one with !I
r' greatest caution if there isn't. It's up to you to walk safely ';
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Blair Names His on Monday. March 15 at 7:30 for Pahokee Woman's .
,all those in Acts One and Three Phone FREE
Sunday Sermon TopicAt only of "Double-Barreled Opera."
The Junior Fellowship now numbers Club Hears Review
I I Fill rpUh GaM>line and I'ark11 Day, If You Like '
the request of a member of 45 in attendance. In the team I

the congregation the sermon of !.centest Hal Rosenberg's team is SINCLAIR: STATION LOU BRANCHWest
State ActivitiesMrs.
,far ahead of Helen Wilson" I
Service ollh Mary
the 11frninVor"hip ,
I Palm Bach, Florida Opposite 1t e Canal Point Methodist Church but in the contest between the J Olive at First

on Sunday 11:00 will b* "After |boys and gills, the girls are weal .
Raymond C. Durkee
Death-What?" The Rev. WilliamT. ;in front.I West Palm Beach director of d'I I!
Blair: will bring the scriptural I The minister is: conducting a 10 j '
trict of the County Federation
and expository answers to the 'class in Church Membership for of"oman's Clubs. was guest i
questions concerning what han- all boys and girl who want to join
sneaker: at a business luncheon of ,j
pens when we die. The minister ;the church or. Raster. Meetings are the Pahoke.oman's Club Tut Parker Motor Service
:from 11 to 12 s-I
alway welcomes such request ; noon on Saturdays "-.y-
from members of the congregation. ;'this week and next I II I I IWoman's CANAL POINT. FLORIDA
The speaker pave a review if j
In the evening at 7:30 the theme ----- -. I II | ;
Club activities throughout -
of the sermon will be "God's In- 1 I I GENERAL REPAIRSCars
riirurii OF CIIUIST. the State of Florid.I. At the ,
. first in series of talkson I
tent" a
conclusion <;f her talk the club in Trucks, Tractors, Diesel
"the will of God. Other sermons "SUBSTANCK" the i ,
subjectof ('spuntn an invitation by Mrs.
in the series will be "Circum- !I the Lesson-Sermon which will j Durkee. voted to join the Stat Engine and Power Units
stances and God's'm". "The be read in Churches of Christ. Scientist : i Federal ion.

Triumphant Will of God"" "How to :I, throughout the world on Mrs. J. R. York gave a talk explaining PHONE 531

Discern the Will of God", and "In I'Sunday, March 14. the origin of St. Patrick.!

His Will Is Our Peace." The Golden Text is: "For ("ve-, Day. The immediate start of a city
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The Osie Upthegroves and the I O Lord thy word is settled in beautification project which will n

Randy Clarks will be hosts to th? heaven. Thy faithfulness is unto feature the widespread planting

Young Married\ Fellowship on all generations"Psalms< M9S.
; poinsettias was announced by Mrs. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Friday at 7:30. They plan a good I90i.. York. This project is sponsored by
old fashioned Fish Fry for the Among the citations which comprise the club in cooperation with the

evening. All young married folks the Lesson-Sermon is the following FFA boys and local residents. -

are invited to the meeting. There from the Bible: "What dothit Plans were made to sponsor a I

is no age limitation . we invitenil profit my brethren though a benefit rummage sale on Mar. 13

who are to say the least, man sav he hath faith, and have with Mrs. Lewis Friend in chargeof

"young in heart": Cletu. Hand 13 not works can faith save him? arrangements. She will be assisted -

the Fellowship's president; Mari; . Yea a man may say. Thoubast !' by Mrs. Louis Davis and NOTICEOur

Blackwell the SecretaryTreasurer.Plans faith and I have works: hew Mrs. Sam 1tcKinst '. Sr. Mrs.

were made on Thursday me thy faith without thy works, lcKim try invited club membersto

right at the regular meeting c-f and I will chew thee my faith by attend the annual installation Telephone Number Has

the Methodist Youth Fellowshipfor -nv works" (James 2:14. 18 L of officers of the Pahokee Chap-

a wiener roast in the woods on The L-sson-Sermon also includesthe ter. Order of Eastern Star in th" Been Changed which is
Saturday evening. This fine from fie
group following passage Masonic Hall on the night of
meets each Thursday at 7:30 for Christian Science textbook. "Sc'ence Mar."19.Mrs. .
r> full evening of worship discus- and Health with Key to the R. W. Sanders was in Rotating Phone Service

iirn. play, and above all. of clos-? Pcrint'ires" by Mary Baker FMIv: ,charge of the proram.Trs.:: Leon
fellowship with other te>n-agerr. '"Faith advanrwl' to !spiritual t underpt.indinsr. Icl! >ooner. president: presided at the

PN'ial play practice will be held i< the evidence jrainMf Hsriness. Mr. R. J. Schroder and No. 595
Spirit which rebukes sin rfvvrv .
ont Mr?. Joseph Kahn a't4'J'I 1I1nc "-
k '.J nrd establishes! tl'rfoi"i <
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q.t;. J rf Ho.! . On,, kind ff I
ftN Ii i ----.. _ This i chaniro; is i necessary: : to serve
faith; trust one"ve'f: te >
>rs. Another kind of faith u'i-
Kics-rrv: FINE. PUACLTO I -staab- divine L,>ve and hot , Rev. C. I{. :Moore Has our Customers Better

LIVE.. THAT I 15 \F YOU 'v ork out one's 'own lv\tion.' with Birthday PartyI 1

MAKE IT 1VUT WAY f ear and tr.'mhlir!:::" ((23:17. 2.- I

'---..r-- "" -e_-- I; .v. C. R. Moore. pastor t th"
1 -'S- I Pahok'tChurch of the Xaz.Ir.-nt'.
IRrewton !fva- I.lt'aanthsllrpri t'(1 at ;. partr ,

Cunningham I given by; niemWrs of his Sund.iy
j school class at the home ...t1:-.

zt ...f (and Mrs. It. O. Crosby on Thursday
Mrs. Henry '
,. night of last week in celebn-
Pat>ok't" announce the ensrament
tion of his birthday anniversary.Mrs. .
and approaching. marriage of tht'rdallght.'T. :
li : Fay Crosby. Mrs. Pegg/
Miss Nan Louise Brew-
Crosby and Mrs. Christine Pits Glades Equipment Co.
ton to Walter Leon (Cunninsrha'i!
acted as hostesses!1 during the serving -
Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs" Walt"rLeon
of refreshments of ice cream
Cunningham, Sr., of BelGla "
.'e.Miss. and birthday cake.Prince F. :M. SHAUGHNESSYPhone i

Brewton is: a graduate of
Make the LAKE SIIORK'' Pahokee High School and attended ---- 595 Pahokee

MOTOR COMPANY responsible Florida State Uni'ersitTalh- i

for the upkeep and perform- hassee. Mr. Cunningham is a i iI il

'\nt'.' of your car and it's a=r- "-:\< 'nte of Belle Glade Hig'i iJ

|pea .ant.... Trust all your aut.ii School and attended North ('.lrn- Theatre

.' -tve repair to us. You can lina State College:: and the University -
of Florida. Gainesville. Hej I - -----
del nd on our services as the 1 -- -
n' fathers of our country onerdriHnded j plans to enroll for the fall semeser :- Pahokee FloridaSundayMonday I
| at the University; of Florida I I 'I
upon George Was.-j- ,
ington. where he will continue his studies; : Those Sensational
in Hiisines administration.The J

weddine) will take pla'* I March 1- -15 :: GREYHOUNDSARE !

LAKE SHORE near the end of this month. ,
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MOTOR CO Mr. and Mr. Joe Thompsonhave 1 ; RUNNING ;r ri

as their tiest" thi.week hersister "Thunder In The
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Mrs. Marvin Unwin. of ,i .j

Gainesville. Valley"starring ;: Nightly-Rain or Shine '!'j I

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rridsg. March 12. 194S The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Pag n..

InformationWill TEENAGE DIRECTORMiss I'Funeral ServicesFor I I I I II 'SHIRLEY CIRCLEThe

Be AvailableTo Margaret Anderson student Clewiston Child I Ii I t, Gertrude Shirley Circle
at Scarritt College Nashville Pahokee Fir Methodist WSC5.

The PublicThe Tenn.. where she is majoring in i I Funeral services for Sharon Pa- mil meet at the home of Mrs. J.
Frank Cols'-m :\1o1da1lr. 13.
; on :
Christian social has been
work :,tricia Swindle, four-year-old
at S Co-nostesses will b-
school building: program to chosen teenage director of th? daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. p. m.
be financed by a four million dol- Woman's Society of Christian Seri i(Swindle of Clewiston. were held at Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Martin Mrs. I. M. Lair.Irs.. L. M Collin*

lar bond issue will conform to the vice at the college, according t.o''jthe Pahokee Church of God We Jr.esday .'Olson of Pah&kee announce the and Mrs. E .P. Holt.
desires of the patrons of each word received by Mrs. J. V. : at 2 p. m. with the Rev. birth of a son Anthony :Martin -- --

school community. Thomas student work chairman of at the Everglades Memorial Hospital Mrs. J. McCall is seriously ill

Thi was confirmed by Dr. Edgar the Pahokee Methodist WSCS. officiat-ing., on Mar. 5. in the St. Augustine hospital.
Morphet.. general consultantof The child died at Clewiston on ;

the State Department of Education Mrs. C. M. Todd Leads Tuesday. In addition to her parents +
last week. she i i. survived by five brothers. -

DrIorphet gave that assurance Mission ProgramMrs. .
Yot 1for.
in answer to a question from Interment was at the Port Maraca 1

Jack Sutor. candidate for county C. M. Told! presented th- Cen.etery. Berry's Funeral: .
superintendent of schools. mission study program from tie Home was in charge of arrange; -
Both Dr. Morphet and George book. "We Can. If We Will.:' at a ments. I The Al1Flor1'for ,
\'". Rlaton. chairman of the Coun- meeting of the Nazarene Woman ---- .. I
ty School Board assured' Sutor Missionary Societv at the home )f CIRCLE TO MEET j candidateGOVERNOR

that the building program will not Mrs. Etidene Todd Thursday af- The lore Patterson: Circle of the I I
jeop-irdize teacher salaries. Nothing ternoon of last week. Canal Point \\-. M. S. will met I

can affect teachers salaries Mrs. Mamie Stamps led the de- with Mrs. M. F. George ('n10:\-
except an economic disaster the votionals. It wa. announced that day. Mar. 15: at 2:30 o'clock. Th I
school officials stated. the group will conduct its April Annie Jone Circle will meet with :

And Slaton promised Sutor that meeting at the home of1r!'. Mrs. O. H. Cha?ain on Thursday 1
information on the bond >, rch 18. .
complete Stamp. f .t ntng'Ia IDYr1C.l .DT. LAID 10 YTYIt. Df 01 IL'LLt M.YYif
i'sueand the building programwill
be constantly available to the

public and the-pres- :.&.

We wish to extend our deepest
appreciation to the many friend?
who WE'reso thoughtful during th>
illness, and death of our loved on:>.
W. H. Key. We shall always remember -
the kind words and expressions -
'-- cif svmpathy.' To thor

who sent floral offerings wo also; Manyoned

nre grateful.Mrs. .
W. II. Key and Familv..
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TIMES According HAVE to CHANGED the ChevroletDealer's _
the thousands
ad in tOfl:1: .S paper you ,
can pet a new shiney paint job for
voile automobile for $2:>>00 and th'

work i is guaranteed.

who haveinstalled ,

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rtrtro modem oil house heating assures maximum

i CASONnitEIO warmth and comfort guards health saves:

,.,nto money. . is best for Florida HomesiSo

if you're buying or building-or Just want to .t

w 30 assure complete comfort in your present h :::g

see your oil house-heating equipment dealer

r.sht away. And socn you'll be smiling, too! \ /
Check' toii.iv o tow Gre\hi>undtares

.igamM the: drastic: nf or

luinc cots lint hound !.iit ire

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Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday March 12. 194?

'(gram for school improvement thai 'the present problems of organization :
Dolley Seeks Job Prize Bulls And Phone Has
was both impressive and worth operation and efficiency in Company

(while. instructional service can be solved Candidates Attend New Cable In Use

As Head Of Schools I Pointing to the splendid results ." Dolley concluded.Bradenton . Lee County Fair
achieved through the DCT

In Coming ElectionTALLAHASSEE gram, Dolley said "In the years Plans FORT MYERS-Prize bulls and notice given today to Harold Colee
ahead it is imperative that our by A. B. Dooley that Floridiar-
schools train DeSoto Celebration political aspirants were in
our youth for life' open and Californians may now carryon

Terming a endeavors in a very realistic way., competition for public.attention at 2.400 simultaneous conversations -

"realistic and purposeful" educa- "The elements of hit and miss! BRADENTON' With high officials the Southwest, Florida Fair here addressed to each other atone

tional program "imperative" if we methods must be replaced with a of the state and nation last week. Emphasizing this fact and he same time over th;

are to prepare our youth for purposeful curriculum designed to scheduled to attend the even:. the Fort Myers News-Press pl new coaxial cable Bell Telephon

citizenship of the future. Robert D. meet modern day requirements of Bradenton is making elaborate i tured three "indidates for state put into operation on January 15.

Dolley. former State Director of successful living. plans for its colorful DeSoto Celebration office and the prize Brahara bull according to Colee comes witn

War Training and a candidate for "Not only must our youth be and Pageant scheduled tj Hereto in a group picture on its great relief. Colee is executive vices

State Superintendent of Public prepared for college entranc. be held March 29 30 and 31. front page. president of the Florida State

Instruction :speaking at the Em- knowing how to live and associate Among dignitaries expected to The candidates sharing honors Chamber of Commerce, and Dooley

ployer-Employee banquet. Diversified with his fellowman but they must attend are Senators Claude Peppe- with the bull were W. A. "Bill" : is Florida manager of the SouthernBell

Cooperative Training of have some basic skills that are and Spessard L. Holland. Con- Shands. candidate for Govern Telephone and Telegraph ,

Leon High School outlined a pro- rateable for a wage and with gressman J. Hardin Peterson. Governor Edwin D. Larson candidate for reelection Company."All .

which they may maintain them- :Millard Caldwell and Dr. as State Treasurer and L. we need do now** says Co

selves in our present highly com- John R. Swanton. author of the 'Grady Burton candidate for Attorney lee. "is to develop lung power as

. LEGAL NOTICE petitive society. Smithsonian Institution report General. All of them spokeat great as that of Californians.

'Unless our schools can approach which placed DeSoto's landingnear a political rallv held in connection which is our only comparable lack

IV THE rOCKT OF THE COUNTY this task devoid of prejudice the mouth of the Manatee. with the Fair.CRE11's .. by the \\"a:1't'n: television ;a
Jl'DGE. PALM BEACH COUNTY. River at the spot which now bearsan - made a part of the new system as
FLORIDA IN PROBATEIN provincialism and short- '
8-ton marker placed by the CAMPAIGNS it soon will be. Californians Wilt
RE: ESTATE OF sightedness. I fear for the future.
HOWARD A.Deceased.JACKSON. : "With recessions, cut-backs. unemployment Colonial Dames of America and I I JACKSONVILLE' - Swinging: be able to see for themselves that
which awaits the into action following his announcement they Florida."
TO ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS in the office, rising only signature : can never equal
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS i of President Truman to become aXational as a candidate for the officeof : - -
AGAINST SAID ESTATE:: employment age levels, and a ter-
Par and Shrine.It Attorney General. P. Guy Crow CIRCLE MEETS:
You and each of you are hereby rific national debt. I doubt that
notifletr! and required to present anvola Uncle Sam is fitting indeed that Braden- ,of Jacksonville has been coveririsr IX.W" newly: organized circle of
will be able to foot the
1ms and demands which you. ,r ton should celebrate in the name the state making contacts and lir i 1- : :\I.thodi't,1man':,!
either of you. may have against th" I bill of another CCC 8nIY.' .\ '
estate (f HOWARD A. JACKSON. de- I of the daring Spanish ;in-r up an organization. Society of Christian Service not
eeased. late of said County to the necessary expedient to overcom. ckr and citizens will conquista-I I A reasoned campaigner wits I;j yet named!. will meet at the hoMe
County Judge of Palm Beach County ;the deficiencies of our publischools
Florida &t his office in the court house I . in order to avoid< widfpread -'- selves! in the colorful trappings and friend? and relatives throu hnrtFlorid. of said County at West Palm Beach. authentic costumes to enact .1 I .\. he will cut in on Erwinand j 1*'. at S p. m. All WS("=2
Florida within eieht calendar months crime communism and social -
pageant based on the historic. Burton in Duval and other members who plan ti. join this
from the time of the first publication problems l
resulting from the I
of thinotice.. Each claim or demand record of Dt"Sots s landing.The arras. I;. iicl are urged to 1 N present.
..hall be in writing. and shall state the general ineptitude of the present pasreant under the directionof Or.server generally aeree that ; ----.-
place cf residence and post office address school product. :
of the .x>rn to by the claimant his a ..nt. "In the near future we shall find I( '
will have a cast of 3T.O and tae: making headway second man. 'nesday p't'ningfrnn) a buwnt-81*
or attorney and any such claim or that our normal living problemstwill
demand not so filed shall be ,'old. he event will be staged at the Manatee I!McArthur. a late starter is logy ,trip| to N' >catee. Fl.i.Classified.
SAM BERRY. As administrator so great that w cannot County High School Athletic man in this race.' ,

of the Estate of Howard carry any more excess burdens . I Field.C. +.,.....w.e+snne '
A. Jackson deceased.
rush as drones and nonproductivecitizen's. i
Jack O .lohn"onAuorucy Edward Porter foreman of ment. a street fair. three major j jIrnciio Ads
for admlul trator All our people must J Jnhl b'
Pub: .'fob. 20. 27. Mar. 5. 12. 1948 I ? to produce if we as a soc'al the Bradonton Herald's mechanical l baseball games and a coron -
Tilt: (department' alerted to pl.vthe : ti ion linll. i t!,I
IX FIt-Tftsnl: : -IHCHI. ('m-- I!order aro to exist. Our school* Ii
CflT COURT. IN AMI FOR PtLMHI *'1u.=t provide the opportunities for part of the intrepid Ppanisnxplorer. !' The r'igningquo'en .>f this year' I I Icelebration I JSKITIC i tanks and grease traps
1MI ' \'. FIOKIUl'HIM < will h.Irs.. John Diem, I j j I cleaned and repaired.phone
t R\' \n. 31128: !'raining to accomplish this end. K-
W. N. JONES : '''* In addition to the pageant a the former Elizabeth Jane Dv 1'Bob: Dinithit. Pahokee. M17cOU
high school college or unive"If *-
P-\.ntlH...- *. I i'itv. I brilliant street parade will Vk who was given the royal title in I -SAL.K: New and n"(1 Willys

VEUI.JOES.. staged on the opening: '. Members lf>41. Her successor' will be orownd II .
D fendant. we meet theso pn T)lrrpsquaiely. .Jt'f'po.'aH.'r Ashley Carafe in
: of the Bradenton Saddle Clu' the
NOTICE TO APPEAR fairly, and with the fullcooperation I: daring three-day reremonv Polls- Clado. Phone 12ti. Jllcaj
TO VELMA JONES. APARTMENT of which Porter is president will

JMM TON SHEPARD ST.. N. W, of the adult citizenry ride: their mounts garbed in Spanish I Wash-ington' whore she; will present :j PLASTIC" SET COVKKS immediate -
D. C. 'U'I we shall be able to look to the
You are hereby required to appear future of i! armour and tranpings. President Truman with a floral delivery all late ni.xl.II
development our societywith
the at'f Court on the 12th gar I Other highlights of the event include gift of choice Manatee I Chevrolet Christian Chevrolet.
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April. 1948. at the Court HouseIn optimism and no far of com- ,
West Palm Beach. Palm Beach l boat races a golf tournn- ''gladioli. Phone 593. Pahokeo. ltr
munism or anv other kind of 'isrr.: j!
County. Florida to Answer' to the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce filed<< against.. "Onr. will he an economy built
you In the above entitled cause and

the. Everglades published! New in ,Palm a newspaper Beach Countv. regularlv rpon a sound foundation of individual ><><><*<>s >s ss >s>9< ss>>< >v<>se>s>>s >c >s >s ssa>s ss>ss>s>s si>v ".+ v:y
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productive resourcefulness. r r r r r r r r r v r r r r r r r r r r r v tits
Florida. Is hereby designated as
the newspaper In which this Order Our educational system is at thn s;>
shall be published<< once each week crossroads in dt'w'Jopm'nt.'h'th ss
for fo" consecutive weekly Issues. *s
PONE AND ORDERED at West" Palm er we progress or go into decline
Prach Palm Beach County. Florida 'and decay depends upon the foresight + New PriceEffective
this 9th dar of March. A. D 1948.
J. Alex Arnette courage, honesty with which >
Clerk of the Circuit Court "ve view our obligation.
Palm Beach County. Florid
Circuit Court Seal "Governor Caldwell with th'> +

By Thaddle Deputy P. Plant.Clerk I I.wisdom of the prophet, has provided Immediately : :

Thadd WhiddenAttorney i the way and means, it is r
for Plaintiff ::up to us to make it work. With
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Ben Ryder *a.. mighty proud of *, ith his pculiaritit. hf guessed + Y

his young) bride when" she >(T -rd to he could put up with" her fondnr :f: PROMPT SERVICE : :

car for hin -''' OuIIf' baby fur Ihr rhiiktnSo -. i

chick-Ju like a mother with" her <4. 4.,
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br.HHl." ho l Mtasts. a 4.
cf layir.c h r..* in town, ;-.r.,! from 0-. .:

Thin cane markft time fi-r fry- Nhtre I s.t. te of thtnm".t ">uc- .a> .,.

tr> ar.vl the criss Sue j-r.j-ly cc--f.1lrarrac-1_ : too All 'W'3u..e .f ..
AouMn'l: l I.'t Hen her chcV he S
near nwith < 'ixeii-anJ-et-lve"-!Itt :-a1! '.
an axe. She'd raised tht'mt'IJ" hr. he I < > 5+>
ever -ar.ts fr: -dchick '
bahstied ra netl them . -n. he t.\k.t; his lr:ie! "o\-r tc i <;7 <;>
they were her ery own! And>"5 Oar-it-r.! Tar-. f,-r a r.rp" <;> 5,5f

I\t.n poured himself! a glass! cf 'ire" and a class! rt It-tr. < > .>

beer to think things o\er synslh1.llehalydtobtsethepriceonfrlrn. ""'i ..<.. :.

.but he fieurrd Sue had put up Us\.r f]:!'I", ,_<_. .: 4,5 Telephone 593 Pahokee, Fla. :;:

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I Join the 11,200 pedestrians KILLED last year .

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

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

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

II' red lights and safety signs. !Make a face at the traffic cop .

who's trying to protect you as you tear by hurrying to go
j where?

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

: were neighbors of yours in Florida. i
SAFE.DRWING But perhaps you don't like the idea. Maybe you enjoy living

I A HABIT and don't want to rush into Kingdom Come prematurely.
: That's different-and the answer is simple. Don't hurry. Wait

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

; take a short cut across the middle of the block, drivers aren't
. I I looking for you there. And no matter when or where you

: f. > cross a highway, be alert. Walk safely and live longer. :

DON'T TAKE CHANCES Sheriff's Department

p"era'ed by tt-e' Ajjoe>aed Dies;
cf Ficds.Ae' ; clcr'da; Press Assr Palm Beach CountyF.ida.r.
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Eight The Everglades New. Canal Point. Florida Friday March 12. 1913

Special Packet For :t I Cypress: GardensPromoter - I i i(! Mr. and Mrs. J. L.-Dupont. of Dr. U. E. Reid of Lake" Worth u>

Distribution In Manneland visited her sister. Mrs.J. acting as guest minister at the
Is Given I
I I L. Rogers in Pahokee the part Canal Point Baptist Church untila
Flooded SectionsNEW i\\eek. _
Brand New Title fulltime pastor is called.

YORK-Cooperating with WINTER HAVEN Now they .
the U. S. Public Health Servio? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkin.on.Jr. .
call him Dr. Pope! Dick Pope who
and the Red Cross the Mathieson ., have as a house guest Mrs. I
Alkali Works has prepared a May Ktnyon of Glensicle Pa.Mrs. developed beautiful Cypress Gardens -
special packet of informative material :::;: Paul Rardin has returned from a tract of cypress swamo I FRANCIS CROSS
for distribution in flood''i 'Ito her home in Canal Point after on Lake< Eloise here has been called -
spending several weeks with her
areas. '
many things in his lifetime but
The packet contains sets of releases {i parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Strick
never before has he been
for newspapers and radio: land in Glennville. Ga. given Announces His Candidacy forConstable
Mrs. M. A. Gay returned credit for being a doctor until to-
to Miami
use a bulletin for public posting a j j -
newspaper cartoon feature and ,', Sunday evening after a visit day when he received a letter froma
gives recommendations for treatment ||'here with her son-in-law and lady in Illinois who attribute
of water for drinking and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. her present healthy condition to
cooking purposes. Included in th; :Mock.: She was accompanied on one of his legends.At .
packet is a list of distributors of her return by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. the edge of one of the lagoons IX THEPabokeeCanal
sanitation chemicals Gay of Miami who spent the week-
necessary for at Cypress Gardens a Red
purifying water with addresses of end with relatives in Pahokee. Bay tree has grown into te shapeof Point District
distributors. Miss Betty Speer has gone to
a wish" bone. Several< < years ago:
-- . ,. New Orleans. La., to train for elQ the (Seventh District)
Pope placed a sign near tree
SAVE YOUR VISION WEEK profession of hospital laboratory which read "This is the Wishing
TAMPA -The Florida Optomrt- !techniciantat Charity Hospital Tree. If you will sit on the tonic
ric Association: is participating in j I i there of this tree with your eyes closed Democratic Primary May 4 ]948
National Save Your Vision ""(>e1(. I Mrs. J. K. Hawkins has returned and make a wish, according to the ,
which ii is being observed all over from a visit with her son-in-law I lE'gend..it will come true within a
the United States this week. i i land daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Forest -- ;year."
- Spokesmen for the association Parks, in Atlanta. Ga. Today Pope received a letter
15 Years
hope that each person will (check'5 i Mrs.: Y. A. Harris has returned from :\ rs. L. Storey of Oak Lawn. I Experiencea
his visual efficiency. Nationwide I to Gainesville after a visit witn Illinois saying. ."For the< pas: ,
studies' have brought to light the! I her on-m-law and daughter. Mr. twenty nears I have had a terribly I
fact that of all persons over th. and Mrs. H. L. Speer. in Pahokee. cough. While in Florida I could { a 1 .I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Simonson not sleep or eat coughing s> )
age of 21. more than half ar( II in this
handicapped by inefficient vision. I have as guests' Rev. and Mrs. C. hard. I sat on the Wishing Tree at ;I
The association believesthat I S. Boyd of Carrolton. Ill; also I Cypress Gardens and my wish was I
Jaw* should he enacted in ever I]1Mr Carrie Lintwed and Thomas that I would not cough any mor.. .
Ftal requiring periodic optomrtric ;\lGat' of Orlandn. Believe it or not t haven't coujjncl ; Qualified By Experience t
visual analysis and correction of 1( Hiss tMlcvna" Jones has return- sine TZrfmp thai lime "Jm\ <
all visual faults before issuing!' a led! from Charlotte N. C. whei- been to several doctors in different
license to any driver. !i(She attended the wedding of her tates without success." &
!(brother. J. \\'. Jones Sundav.

Mr. and Mr Arthur VerBrngte ( -,
of Of'troit.Ikh., and dallght"
Ie t-tI.Eer Miss Mellise VerBnigge. stude.it
i at the University of Miami were I
YOU 1 SUPERVISOROF event rcirsts of Mr. and :Mrs.: A. I! I
L Vertommen in PahoKee. J
REG Allev''have 'I Housewives:
ISTRTION'I each andIr!". Clyde
as guests her parents. M'S.
and Mr": A. Hackney and son.

Capt. DeWitt ',Harold of McAndrews.-- R '. :

,.I Silver Tea For See The Beautiful ;

U pt tae rove Girl Scout TroopMore

t'1an.o guests attende
your county reJistrarVh!i tre silver tea sponsored by the Pa-
hokee Girl Scout Troop with troop New International HarvesterSUPER i iI

Sponsored Permanent committee arrangement members Sunday in afternoon charge of iI

Registration In Palm I
according to a report given at a

Beach Countyto troop meeting Tuesday.It .
was announced that the girl I
save Voters and taxpayersthe couts will be guests of honor at DELUXE .
inconvenience of bothersome the Lions Club's fathers and
and repeated daughters banquet onIar.. Ifi.
registration Demonstrations werE''n at the
meeting on correct table manner=
Donna Lynn May explained the'meaning
of girl scout insignia an1
saluting. Mrs. James Stafford, asM'tant RefrigeratorNow

Capt. < -troop leader.. presided.

l.ptlw rove Bricker tax Speak
is pioneer
In Florida Towns
resident of '

Palm Beach ORI.APO1": J. Moss. liepuShcan -
On Show Room Floor
County leader and candidate for congress -
from the Fifth Congressional -
district announced this week
that in all probability John F.
Brirker of Ohio. prospective can-
Sine taking office in 10! -H 'i
he hi. reorjranired. the entire? I Peland,) and possibly' at other ItHas All the Important Features
fiiil'g'S:"} :S1t', l of the n'i trat j p nrts in the Mate this month. H-
iln"Iil(-(> and has" in !eetlU 1 j!has teen invited to sp"ak hefor'

: ..000oter** names thin} reducinjr ;!

the! 1 iM,*.ilb,ility of error, stn t I i RepublicaCluh come.M. You've Always Wanted

- 1 : ..fY''s'' was the principal
ELECTION :MAY 1 .1 1 !spoakor at ttt' club dinner held inPfl.ind
listeek! The Rep'iWicin:
Vote For candidate for c.'rcro:: .< his .I.',..I-
C 1I'T.. .'p..1 a l'oj'uYar f" lh'vir.r In P'f'
Ih.WITr t'..111 Ea'I: ; : Filth Di a !n H::c 1"1r Hcn In"if" c
for Superior i of Iteut-t ration I .
of the fact tee r -.1f"f'>r .'e *
of Palm leach I Counts ,
cf th..Itf' whet : 'r!' cut .1 '

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