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:
April 9, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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James Stafford Annual Lions Plan Election For Voting Places And I Pahokee To JRC ConventionMiss Student I Candidates Toss

Named Commander Officials Named !;
Carlfst wareceded -- Hats Into Ring InPahokeeElection
: 35 a ne'xnjcmoer
nulua \\ lkm.: of the Pahokee Lions Clubat
Pahokee LegionJames I of the tenth gi.le it Pa ho1ee .
the Tuesday luncheon meeting. I'rt't'int.t Xu. :i*>Canal Point

Mr. West was introduced and weI- Polling: Place: The Sr>. ,rt Shoj. high! Sihool. has been --flecti'd _
Stafford! was elected! commander into the club by Frank Koz Canal Point i 11'y the Paint D,ach County Juni,:'

'li... deputy! di-tnct governor.Duncan Inspector; :Red Cn s*. Council as one ot Uw The s.ia!,on'? on! Tile political
-! was ::\Ir-. Grady Bo\nton three 5O.:1..n in the City of Pahohee that
delegates t.> cpre-ent t. .'
field Post 90 by unanimous \"oteit chairman of the r.'lminatineOI.I:: \"1l'f'inil,13 nH : i:'. This wink brings the first w-

the annual election! r-f new officers inittee which 1= to reton-'inepd T :Mr, A. Q. Howell ;{'our.t.HC at tN ritionil c".1- i:oun< 'nient-> for city offices to b'filed

held 1 Monday night in theWoman's elate of offit'ern'" for fl*>tinn: at thor I ::\11 s. 11. F. George : Mention! oi tr.nwriran R-H Crosxin in the annual election on
:.jn Fr nt'1: -I. 1M!
Club building. .'xt mt'.ting1'.1!''It presidents! of I D,'rniL.. FnepclCJeik. ; May .

Other officers <,!e.:ted for the the dab will also ccr\e on th'storenuttee. t : D L. Hooks :Wilkinson and the' two otter! ..*!,- Mar T. C "I:4k" htdoTi
;gaits iii'arr"I! of South lta
coming; >"('arn'n' K'nnt'th10..1 k. Albert Snyder: vac apia.irtul "rt''inrt Xu. 3fi-Pah and 1 A"tl'orv: Moore of"t Pale
first Mace; command; Jo<> Torn to !t'PIt'sert the cub en I Polling Place: B F.'liott's Garage: I'K.I< v for ie-cle'etion. He \vas tol-
B,-ach. will\ .
travel to (cor-\eiition >:'
Bojntcm second Mice (command: the National G'laid. adv-f-'y ennmtteo. :- In.r ,'cfo-=' low d clost-Iy hy J >hn n. lto
Perry Duke third vice commander.M. : I :I: -. R .1. .<<'nnxler tialni rop-... 'l'compar.'t bv two "tap.- I \:So .s. ,'!-s the job i of "1 IYt'r. F"II -

Bert Carlton. finance offices X D. Willis uf Dtll": sale! "\,- I Xoi:1! Daon To b. .., I I..wngthi: !' ." t'nt'nt rime
i chows i'" :i delegate t
Cle Alley hi-tiiM.m. 1. L\o- !Ilm..1: t :'10"1 f.'r th "' (> I c. .v. !.-.h.'n that: of nmf of P..IIt'Urn

Iv. chaplain: Ltonard Dn ro'H'rgo'ntatarms \. j, ," "f i Vatio"il Guard n-t1.r"-i. I MiT>.;X. Rl-en-h the.i.,-. r.1tinI:11'ntin""* u"is <.n.- of I Morgan who asks teI I h".ti.>n Th;ne.u

1..ra..rt1 [)..')- ,., .. .- a..i'ht)st iwanl-? > J1anlrI.rt .. V: P \\'ak'r'! .
; ,- ?'. -0,1: rtu->t ;! .-r.! a.fdl .Y. .\. Pj; ;1:' e > anninmo. -
t'1 c. la'stor-1 n
< > r..ognti.1
row. David [;""'('h. C'ilray.. C. t i it b fo: ic"rtn }wagon: iOP p. ::' \1.' P .'t'n *' '...nt th 1 he would! seek n'-tl..vtion -
', .
: i'itst''! :t" >: ; C. :McLaitV and! O. K. Care nie.iI I : lrnject. (!. 'k' BT"::" 're Armstrong I .
:" fled '"n' wok. Li*
: -s :
e hers ot the executive committee |! th' r-rr:;:niri Jirr:es: ?tr'". lreim i N n. 3*-<: "tr-..nPollme '_...1., 'f '.:i.>r ".'. .:1>..tof PlhokvHich Mnor Hi( hafl.n :oai.JI: se,'r;

Members of Post til) accepted '11 Plw.. V.e 't'. ?tore Ioa..j of small
retction the !
wl :ntrofl"-ed! T. Har.fl'mi I i : > : S.'!1.,1.:, Pi. kie lohp-op. th.". >n no

imitation to join the Amt> 'ir.Legion ff \\'-'st Pam! D> i"h. :Ri: ",.t spe" .ak- I,I I!" .f o';>: a n1"1'11''r IIf the T.'v'"'h end! .. ni r-iln, rf UCOTI plishii,,.nts whit

pests of Belle Glade. Canal r.110 rare .a talk on "Jqri".ii.1 i V',.. Paul KirchmnMis will *. cited at a liter dite. I
was chosen to r'prt'1! the coi j-
Point and! South Bay and their Penal Cn'rrts" Hosx \\ inc' ty JRC at the national convention ".'\'.- tmlea\or il! ti> b- trsa\.r r'

Auxiliaries in joint installation Mrs. Fritz Stem -- -.. I IIll" entire iopuinmit'and not ;.

('(ceremonies to l*' hold at the Bell I Clerk! : I. "'. West ( hon'n few. 1 have j 1 awed no pt.ttv.

Glide Legion Hall on May 20. Th Variety Show IsPronounced ,"recir'ct Ne. 3.S-Belle (lade i i Mrs. Friend Named mean politics and tk re-..!. tion

group voted a $25 contribution to SuccessThe Polling Place: City HallInspectors on my record

be used toward the construction "f I : Mr. Ropers made no pul>l. '
Head Of Local PTA
a National Guard armory supply Mrs Law i statement when he made his an-
Variety Show ponsorer .
room at Belle x
P. Risk'; rtr: virentChief -
It was reported that Post 90) by the Auxiliary of the: Canal said that he"would
Elise Cherry Morgan
cleared $75 from the benefit St. Point Legion, was an outftandm! :; Mrs." D. L. Friend was reelected -
in the future,
Fay Greer as in
Patrick's Day dinee Announcement success! when presented at fr! president cf the Canal Poir I It'arcntTra..h'r '
continue to make Pahokerpolicr s
Carroll W. McDonald past
was made that Leslie Futcn. school) auditorium lat Friday Association at the
Marzella F. Enlow I department a member of the post. i= now i mpht. Mike :'olax$('ln. son of Mr. April meeting held Monday night **
one. He further commented on
Clerk: G. I. Evans
in the school auditorium
Orlando and :Mrs.: Maxson
: was crowrcd -
at a hospital in
patient Precinct No. IKt South Ray the cooperation of motorists passing
j Other officers chosen for the
aLso that Lee Rawls i<. a patient at "Mr. American Legion" and {Ii
through !school zones an 1pnint.
Polling Place: City HaIl |'cominc
{ wcrP. L. Friend
Pratt's General Hospital in Miami Velma Williams daughter of Mr. ; Inspectors: :year ...! out that his department

It was also announced that at the antlrs.! Jake Williams, was I first vice prt'si.knt"ilma I.enee.second .
S. J. Fisher 'I. would continue its watt'hfllln..s.t
vice :: Bind
district Legion meeting held recently crowned ":'oIis s': Auxiliary." prt'oi'lrntIrs.
JanvsStafford Mrs G. J. Barstow ,Vorhees.secretirv." :Mrs: P. I.. the jounRster':
in Fort Lauderdale In the bo\s contest Kdwin Dan-
Uric ('rowMrs. K K: :\Walker in asknip!:"
and Mr>
commander of Post second and Johnny +iHonk] ?. treasurer
new nelly placed
:: Harold S Emory >' Installation of to the city clerk job said that
; 'Conner historian
delegate I to Kautz third .
00."a." named a represent came along in place.There
Mrs. II. ('. Wilhfs take at the he would ask the p ople fur th 'i:
I 1 the officers will place
the district at the Nationr was little differecnce in tle .
support on th teconl! that he hamade
CI'rk' Mitchell
J Ji
that J. T Pickett.Sr. ] !:
Convention: also voting for these three places but
Precinct No. 411.-l.ake Ilarlnir J I P. I_ Friend. chairman while in office his many
committeemen i I program:
rectal district the winner had 'able lead. I ,
was a fiz :: .
I I Polling Place: lector '' introdmed Bandmaster! R<."- fnendj! >oint to the !>|>I ndid munf'r :-
at the same meeting the cirU content Judy Pugh carrej!
; which he has handl-l th vf
j Inspectors: ,rt O. Lampi who directed his i Pir in
Junius Moan formerly of Re1eGlade. in =('('f':1ai plate and Dianne Holloii '' ,
; Mrs. J. B Grant ; ..kee Rich! School Bird in a beautiful f fice
was received as an.m'n1 and Gail Stars were on'y tv'> | . --- -
I Julia Hemphill and inspiring c.'r. rt Carnelen
membership ;,ft
ber through transfer of votes apart for third place Thos
cardSalvation. in the contest with more than I :Mrs: Winnie I'lank ]: So: 'rursis i.lived piano s.'Actions I James: I In win Is

-.- -- Clerk Mr" Bill C Cimpb !11! |, at the op.'*-irg of the nWI.tln!
1000: otrsA Linda Hani.! I
\ rc: Initiated At IT of F
I'ft"t'inrt No. 41-* hnwan. jt If'a inpi iirce'i! that the :xJc ."-
Gait Garrison and Joy SiTts.Member .
Army t P"Hinr: I'lice- Administration j 1.ti\e UMH! bay a'.th >ri7edlt n
..f the \nxniTA-. \c 'o ,i iwere .
Plans State Work '1 H'liMirit.. Bro.xn Farm cones tn audit the ITl o,>k? James M I'nwm. was one .' thf <
in charge of the preservationand ':
;:i Inspectors: \rnolmn'mf'nt t\as also mad- of ? tarn inihah'.1 into tl-;. I'pjr.T1nrtrr
crrfst. to be congratulated -
are :|i K ith I... Robir,"on tfr.nt.\e 1 : plans for a Red ("ro-' ( n tAlphi P-i i thus
Following the initial visit of I !cr a job well clone The org.lnizatfn -
i-t'1"'Io'a M UTiite'-'ir- i first aid course to be conduced in st'mPf'tf"r at the 1*n1\'rql itv of "" ..ri -
Commissioner Albert K. Cheshim.newlv : realized a reatsum oj :
TC r:=now i iI the rear future f--r r..I.h.nt. of the i idi
appointed southern lender of cash which will be u=ed to *qnp
: j I Clerknold A. :M I*:"I" ]Pahr-kre-C'inil: Pint art'a. The Beta Alpha Pi i it a Niti'-rnl
.'t Wen the kitchen of tht home'- I
The Salvation Army Legion .
-.- :r.:,,-t1IaUf.n.t.! ."' e ,trn..r.1'" I Honorarv and I'rf..s-innat l 'r--
P.->lm Reach last week when th" Coral P.>i"Auxiliary! -
i :won bv :\I"i'i"n Mercers sixth rountine fratrrr.Jtv rpani7,-'J :
local program! and s*'r\i<'o f:1.'Hi. --- School Hands OnBroadcast '
grade r-H-m. I years ago at r.iw'r."ltnr: Illin'4limited
inspected., :i"1
ties were Names : WSWX Folvinnc! the rr.--t.T rrfres ('barters! are lmiteut) tn 13011r.C rnteg .
MCh.irlt.s .1"hn""n. PilmTflei" *
merts were !s.'rxf.l! to the lirgend "5 an<1 1Ir.1\'lt. mairtatntnfa :
Count" )1.' id.! :1.1h.'n called New Slate Officers
bv the
attrndc d
Sat'ir.iat.ltrl: 3.10".,... a r..II-: trnr.c arronr.tirg "prttm.rtM.'mtier.hip
to t* e state' heid.vnrters at J-: fV.sonxille. .. ,tecses' :M'? (" L "unt. :\1.- the' loll;
t. r d t x ; J 1'Io't'- f ( .I-a! PH.-:
for a planning conferee Tr! P "."t log:. '; \11-! .School bir.!- Th.. S.-<'''n.l l grad- J. r'Hk,.. :Mr luanTi }i.rhe". .. I J very t due to th- fart that

lookmc tn the possibility of ad.'- 'arc r.:,'! .1t !'.:.. Lt'_:,'n hm:.' rn rhythm- : Pear
qll1tdqllit'T'in'; the P.ilni tVi"huh Mar for ., r" '1r ti':"1-" "" a" iSu . .* .. r..-' '.!, T 1. ,-..-.. M- .1. ... -
''5 f r' ;p Ifr ';: ffor'h :- t. "nr =trut \\hi\'h ,mbru St Ltic.'. 'u :.d ::," 'tint: It ai'a: h t "r. ..t- :.>. t- I' I. Frn.J! .. .
rif"-! and s:xf. cr: !r.t0 s w. :" i I f .i.rtirr haan ai "jnt s:
::Martin ar l Panel teach Cou tie.vith .. !;f'T" !i-'d f'r the' 'n1. Bdl.1.1.! t., ph\ ,, alle !a !'adcac I. 1'.. .. '" '- I\ av'rag.. "ftfr than 2 Ih I

m.l piu"t."infnrds ', ter -.-
fi.ilitte* rag n.
or.>\\\\'X {.r S 1'- mn T have a genera} se bale rt'
for the rapidly in- ()!f.r." rln t'.1 '.', M r :. 1
11M.1"1:' \. M.TN Flk Deirree: Team a\'p agt'" ..! :! r'e IIr 1-'ft. ia'ittlnn

-casire n.ands upon the :Siva ('::arles :'lax- 'no Aresdent :!r- chI.'r-.n w ra. . ..rf..t;. these He Ktan.! .

t'.-n .\m1\" forte r.'ro' Edwr. I\1-n. "y. trice i'r"'Iff'n' : Phu'errl: :! In J1t'ctTh. C
t.y !rInn pnir11rs .t' > I rTir->'-!hip i j. limt: - t'p..n te riirn of the 1.> '' M F' u:k Ws'n:: r..rerdrgse-- rt''Icf'fUor.aJ
P I' 1. M" 'al.t.irh. .t.! men who have I''J. -"
*"1 ...-" e-.I .... > Mrs P"'f' ; . ,
Horn.J' r : !1r..r. .
-1n.II.'r: Sfites \ r--. '1.1 llrs :e. r. : Har! I'ah: ;; FZK1.. -!<:< N prohahihties of +' 1

OConpeH. twenty-\\'le C*>vr-i'- Iii:;, : -i" !1d1!':;;: -'Cy'JiIr.:; .;:: .. :. "' ,

of the.l.In.rn..lnl,.. anal 1 th'ity Mr! ::-n ", ., \'nts. (.haplalr Miis;::"t're'rT' : : ".r' .ro]......,! .he rp. . : .. ;:. .'/ : t'f; :..:: ..::.r : I.n the!'t.n Walter n J o'Uthrrv arr' "irtI'Pa "' .

of ITUMnN r-o'.ch- :\1:,. l' 1't !> : :.n..tran.: hlir' ... .
fere" an.j Wi"';: to thark 'T: ., 10' rt L.I rda:" r. nlv it. J rr;;"g:" for Itusir's.ldmtt! -

.ut the C.) .ntx. an' (":\lhr.! !: nee- a1 see r. try ,.. rte: lr t-3TTr" ..t'l.C ViFiiriv: IsMs'k fo: am" {.ff retnarkatdv! ':I.n, ;r.1.. ,. '!:..n a'I"-!resse"d !*." rr..r.t.-rc J

trc. s',, that the lxI plannir': : : MrI... ,to r }ia-d .. r.1\-tl tv th- first PijW.'i "
;:-:-ItJur. it pr's.Ne M' Ifn." :: i, aJi ; :s TIT: ..! It!' a* a har.q.! to'

rregram mn': b.' complete --.- .t1\',, the ".u!' and T.\..'
------ Mr a-d Mr, The,' F rertrr r. tharkv.! tee jo-"r" Itl.r1. dtf'! won Pace to-'Ptt ;riiati'r:

,!..... c" (' ('ndhrd .nter.d St. ti.rrs t., their N.r.. ." :-t L"Hj; I -.- : i: i"9'5 j*:- cn' Miami was '_.___

Mary's H.,.. :tal in West t'b\ >.. trrdaafter: !'r r.i.T f\m M's L L ;tucker hit'j!"!:* I I'" cerd wiTJl <** ?A. PaSeVee third 'Ii' Mr and M' J .\ HjJmhl 1M"'a.

reach \\r..4t\\! In preparation I days :n Carat Pont Mr i"Mr .i from a \.J'.t; wth her ...'r-;.-..-!axard )1 ..:..! 4o 3: ::..a PairR a" a curs"; : the pact "A'-C h:a fatitut. : -

for a maier operation: scheduled to < J.-..' Packer Mr Ficert7 daue1:'*'' P- a-lM- Sty I r.for..h .*.". ?>.. G- 72 area Lane W':rt..ih I' Jnh" coot!> ',! Hro: ; ,Ir' rn

be performed there to iav. :s the n.ttc'f MP'rK.- M. PlX:, 1" \!:AT; ." :A'.!! a c.'> S2: '.\1J)


Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, April 9. IPB
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the Lake Okeechobee. Farming Region

Established Subscription 1921!) Price- -S2.GO- Year Published In Ad-ance.EenFridav. L A GOOD JOB WELL DONE DESERVES ANOTHER !

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter

Paul Hard in Editor Publisher

PAIIOKEK BAITIVT preaching service. The: choruf>
YOUTH REEK twenty five young people will sing.I .
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In keeping with the Southern Barbara WilkinsonHas HIS CANDIDACYFOR
Baptist Convention Youth Weettactivities
the young people of the Birthday Party RE-ELECTION
First Baptist Church of Pahokecare
in charge of the entire week's I Miss Barbara Wilkinson celebrated -
program. The pastor is James I her sixteenth ..!.}) anniversary -
Barnes with Vera Keen serving I I at a formal dance" party
as clerk. The deacons are Leland I given by her mother. Mrs. J. H. CHIEF OF POLICEIN
Shirley. Frank Gillis. Sidney Ca- Wilkinson. Sr.. in the woman's
ruthf-rs. Kenneth Johnson. Raymond clubhouse Friday evening.
Canithers, Houston Connell The clubhou?.? was beautifuil:
with Lee Wroten as chairman. decorated" in pink. green and white
Frank Gillis is Sunday School for the dance." The hostess wa assisted THE PAHOKEE CITELECTION
Supt. with Betty Batchelor as sec in the serving of refreshments -
tetary. The Training Union Director b)' her daughter Mrs. FreJ
is Raymond Canithers with Boles and son and daughter-in-
Blanche Stevens as secretary. law Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson.Jr. Tuesday May 4 1948
Margaret Powell is the pianist. Approximately 40 guests at- ,
The social charman i is Sibyle Jen- tended.
sen. The Wednesday night prayer ..-
service was led by Barbara Wilk I Elton Dixon left Monday for
inson. James Barnes will be the .Jacksonville to enlist in the U. S. 2 Years Pahokee Chief of Police.
speaker at the Sunday morning Marino Corps..WNYy .

. 4 Years Palm Beach County Deputy Sheriff.



must there--be Z k.fldsorT


Dollars ? I
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Among the University of Florida Sam Lovell. Ed'.tin Kiee and Glenn nUt :00.\1.
students who are spending th. Walker.Dr. The Wnman'M SiK'itty of Christ-
weekend with relatives in Pahok..! -.- iin Service will hoM a fixxl sate
and Canal Point are J. 1-:' Spooner. Km,'ry Thomas of! to Satunl.iy. April 17th at tJJ:
t.irT Hilly Il.iwl James Latham. John Point is a Patient at the Kverj.lad rev Sunday School building ::n
/ Ilatton. Irwin :\lalo,". T. J. Mulhs ..s Memorial Hospital this Canal Sale will is.'g'n
.... Charles A. Daker. Frank lIandl.y.I I! \\eek. promptly at 11 o'clock.

One kind to keep your serviceGOING For Governor


= These! arc the dollars that are u-ed

I to run the hu-ine- to meet the

I; day-to-da}' expen-e- -uppUin;=
telephone er\iee." You pay them .

y with your telephone hill and the t Y ?H
nickel- you tl"I'n"it in pay telephoneThee

dollar pay nape; to telephone "or l'r,11I.1 all

other eamnzesof furni-hing >oil .erire.. in addition -
tin--- dollar you pay for "l'n ice niu-t alsoprosidearea T I

-onablereturn to the people to hoha\e
invested I their money in the telephone hu-ine

One kind to keep your serviceGROWING

These= are the dollar! that are used

to build the'TIa} pay for

\ new buildingsuitehhoard; -. uireeahles. -. Fuller WarrenQuotation
polo and other equipment.
I I Then dollars ito nol rome from the

bills you par fur teh'phone SfruVe hee-au-e a

regulated: utility .-urh... the Telephone Coinpjni
From the
not permitted to earn rnoudi moneto put

earning* hack into the huineFariliti..-. for Warren Platform-
impnneuient and e\pan-ion i mii-t he l tiiun.r.i"
with ilollaro fn m in\ -torattraittd ha rea-

ti.ihlf r.prrtatien of -jfVt> an-1 a fair return
r-fHOOl..." .\ t-;
their in\e-tiu iMIMlOVK.MK.Vl: : OF I'L'IILIf: - \-
on < iit.
..rn..r. I will n-ider thch: i l h >ua< trn|,"rtar.t:
In order to keep tour t.'I.-plo'nerr.% i i.,. ..1tr.. tourthotihall I t-mft-avor tl) plar! i! fin ;.
r.OlM: ; and r.l0\\! \... tlan.lI1u1 he ,witchf i art 'wth: all tidier !ranrht..f g'tvcrnrnert.: e/m"
Hf nit I'.n-! call f. r in re..s.ein teacherMarie:: ard i ii.
.ln .
th kind-of d -Ujr-. Flu- r"- !'s.nd"it.. : impr\"m.'n! ..* "orkin, ; ollfiitittn" : ..r: tr-;
raterate- -utlicit-n! to the ett of ,
pa> 1"1ldn.' ;
I r rat ::wt mtt..rnE'tl..n. 'et pre-ori' -{ :
furtiiliinou trlrplioiu-<< -<'n i. >-v>itliuoiicii: left 1 i :.t: i e, .r' truc.'n..f n'.w ..neo': .."hf'r& n..etl!..el! : t "n'ln.t
o\t-r tield a rea-oiiaMe return to imrtorhi. tl I : r-:.:"'.:a-i- -P. currirulm! tl.te-lpmt'n' .tn.! an .td.i -' '
-iippl* the ..I.Ihrthat make tie! Of'n i..f po..iide. I .' ..r'f..r.t'"- pr--rrarr; :."

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CHLKCII OF CHRIST dream, cr illusion, will bring 1:3 her home in Canal Point after uidcrgoing i l:2;:r:":rr": ::: ::'''' w- : ' :>:' : ;:'" :: ''::::' '' '-"

SCIENTIST into health, holiness and immor- an operation at the Good :

"ARE SIN. DISEASE AND tality. This awakening is the for- Samaritan hospital in \\'est Pain l
DEATH REAL?" is the subject of ever coming of Christ, the ad- Beach. Miss Jane Sims of Atlanta

the Lesson-Sermon which will be vanced appearing| of Truth. which is home for several days to b':

read in Churches of Christ Sci- casts out error nad heals the sick" with her mother during convales fl Opposes a General

netist, throughout the world ">i (230:1-5)( >, cence.

Sunday, April 11. - I t }1 SALES TAX
The Golden Text is: "Israel NOTICE OF ANNUAL: MEETING Or
shall be saved in the Lord with an : DISTRICT
everlasting salvation" (Isaiah 45 For Glades SchoolsAt :Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto 1 t :'M-;' .v,.... .if."FftL! ; ygw.Eii.8eeovse ; ; .
call of the Board of Supervisors of j:
17) Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District. the
Among the citations which com- a mf'etingof the county annual meeting of the landowners of o general soles tea is 0 nvrianc* to .... bvtin *s which k f
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following :- school board on Tuesday of this Pelican tht"E'ar Lake 1948 Sub-Drainage will be held District at tr-lor" lie to collect it and to the consumer who hoi to pay it..and become :::::tg;
o general soles tax places the burden of raising state revenue vpon the :}:<
from the Bible "Say t> week of all Glades office of :aid! District In the Post Of-
principals fice Building at Canal POInt. Palm shoulders of those least able to carry it. Colin English is opposed to a s:%Jgeneral
them that are of a fearful heart. schools were renamed for another Beach County. Florida on ThursdayApril soles to. }::::,:|
Be strong, fear not: behold your school year. They are: Paho- :29:! 1948 at 2:30: O'Clock P. M- r, :
for the purpose of: After eleven continuous years' e perience. os a member ot the 'l.1
God will come with vengeance, kee Dnma Caudill: Belle Glad 1. Electing a Supervisor evecutrae deportment of the State of Florida and of the State Budget :.:::::%
even God with a recompence; h* Frank Hobson: Canal Point. Mrs i 2. Receiving annual reports and Commission Celia English is convinced that.,.with the sound economical "*::<
will come and save you" (Isaiah Wilma Lence; South Bay Harold taking :Ouch action 'with respect end practical operation of eoch department new taxes wiU be necessary .::v*c
ie eto at the landowners
35-4). I Emery. I determine and may to meet the existing services afforded by our state government J*

The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe . Transacting ma'omf'such before other the meeting business And with Colin English os your neat governor,you con be certain :)i io

following passage from the REV. MORKRGVIU, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Of o sound and economical governmental operot.oe..becovs. that's the ":::
Christian Science textbook, "Sci- I PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAIN kind of administration he promises you He has proved his ability as an :,:;:,1
PREACH Sr: D.\\' :NIGHT AGE DISTRICT executive end a statesman and a leader He has gained a thorough ::.:$!
ence and Health with Key to th RE'C.. By: R. Y Patterson President of successful service :
A. lobel1!. pastor of th- knowledge of state government through eleven years :."
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: ,First:: Baptist Church of Pihoko, | Pub_: April_ _9._%6.-1948 I I Iun'stiH as a roember of the Governor's Cabinet and as a member of other :t

"If sickness is real, it belongs to will be back in his pulpit Sundn: .,' rS NNll' MEETING OF important state boards ond during th. administrations of :;:4:
immortality: if true it ia part '. Or FIST SHORE :. three governors Colin English will work with the Notional Conference of ::::J 3
,right at the eight o'clock hour IK\IN\C.E DISTRICT which :
Governors to secure on agreement with the federal govern-nent by :'::
of Truth Would you attempt with His subject will h(>, "Jornh and Notice- is hereby !given: that pxir"x an* I'' the United States will obondon certain fields of 'oaot.on..ond leave them :::}
drugs, or without, to destroyt to call of the Board cf buperx I ors rf F :
I Israel A most! intt're'tingpara:- Ea-t Shore Drainage District the i for the revenue of the states :;t.t
quality or condition of Truth? But lol) exists between the life of Jonah '. annual meeting of the landowners cf I: Colin English has already done great things for Florida and, as :::;:

if sickness and sin are illusions .1 and the life of the people knon'aas I ta-t" year Shore 19018 Drainage will be held District at the forth your Governor, he will continue to do all of those things that will serve the )'I
the awakening from this mortal IsraelVhit was the mission I office of said District in the Post Of- i i best interests of oil Florida Read his 33-pCint platform then,vote for and ;::::::
of Jonah! Why wore the nolit"-"-. I I fire Eutiding at Canal Point PalmPeach I I II ::!::":
I | Counti F.orirta 01. Friday.Apnl '
:[:chosen of God' What did J >rm 30 1943 at 2.3O clock P. M ELECT
ELECT refuse to do' Where did the I!'ra< lite for the piirpo of 'II I
Fleeting a Supervisor; f3ECOLIN ENGLISH : t
,- -
= fail Cod These and oth 2.
Rrt-rUini; annual report. and .
'questions! will bo considered taking such action iMth reaper &:
- thereto as the lanclovners may GOVERNOR
I I determine: and .
Mr and Mrs Tom Kirk had naa 3. : .
Transacting >uci other bn-lne* At The May 4th Democratic Primaries ::
MrM. .TWelch anav come tx-frre the neoMn! p+ pile. =
guest the pa.t'k S :
BO\nn OF cfPFRX .ORS OF pBCNet Write Colin English Headquarters Tallahassee, for t!
of Tallahassee EAST HOnE DKMNAOE- ,
--_._- I DISTRICT copy of 33 point program for o greater Florida l
BR Y Patterson President Paid forty the friends ef Colm English! :t't
Mrs G. L.. maims; his returned to f Pub'prll 9. If 1S-.3


wf / C : DODGE

T .

Jack SutorCOUNTY



holds a Masters degree from DriKoUnuersitj
Ur ha taught tea
years in the school of Florida ftveyear'
at Palm Beach High School
For the last threeeart Sutor ha
earn in the Uf' ,.papt'r bustnev..
Both a. a teacher and an t>editor hosxipportod
better education teachers -
salaries and the program of the I
Citizens Committee In addition he
backed business progress): '
ment of Everglades roads
control Thtise wide county Irnpro'f'I I
demonstrate that Jack s<
.. r
sincere Interest In every .. .
school child In Palm Btach CountT

Paid Politicaldvertls. ..mcn'UNKLE > I 1 THE WIDE OPEN SECRETIt's


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(' ...
-" ,. : is the first in the full
\i. Dodge car history to give you

combination of Floating Power, Full-Floating Ride,


I and All-Fluid-Drive. These, with new Super-Cushion

SuceI'fll, :! l'il: In'n kn.''s 11

know ,:.wet tires ;i:si.nltioth
tires mean comfort and performance far beyond all
:' motors, are imp rt.i::tT. ,

t!'.oir ... .! It..t: stray'. v. .

know thit .':.*- sr\.tr .... t.' limits of price.Sell .

ftn.'stt.. N found .iiNW-trt. .in.Iwo

ah' pn'u.i to N. .>( s,'r\m' tu
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metal The Lowest Priced Car u ith Fluid-Drive
jour scrap now.


MOTOR CO Lake Shore Motor Co.. Inc.

Main Street Pahokee, FloridaFriday

Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida _Friil.iv.__nn. April__. ___ 9._. IP'SMr __ _

,?. J. \\'. Barrett. Mrs. Homr.-i Billy DeLoach and Ronald Stanley Beall Seeks] Seat
Barnes. Mrs. V. C. Denton and have returned to their horn?
Mrs.; O. D. Carpenter attended here from Gainesville whore they In Florida Senate
Grand Chapter of OKS in Tampa have been attending: the University : Parker Motor Service
this week. of Floi ida. Esb-rt Be:\.l. candsuate ,fur
\X.\L POINT. "-' ..01:11'II .\
State Senator : I
for the
C5th Senatorial
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Ms M. II. Mulkey and daugh- I MrMr.;.. J'1' or.,:.. B.iyr.t'--! District which i i.a mpnst J GENERAL I EP.AIIlSi
of Palm Beach ei'U:1tmaJe format i II
ere Twilla of Vienna Ga.. ar had as guests; the past week loIn.
guests here of her brotherinlawand Robert Baker of Waco. Texas, and announcement that he wasseeL- ?. Trucks, Tractors Diesel
: 11? this office subject to th' Pen i
sister, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mrs. Frank Stoddard of Cleveland,
Vann. Ohio. cratic Primary to he h..Ut:.',- ; Engines and Power Units
He stated: that he had been a PHONE 531
--- resident ofVc. Palm Beach fo-
rOK Uro.NO.MY: and NAVINCix to T.%XI"A\KUSUKELF.CT =" the past; twenty-two: years. w,i" I
married and has two children ui
: school. That ho wa: a member -.;' I,
the Methodist Church and h'i PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
W. E. (Earl) ROEBUCK
been active in civic affair.- over a i!
Ions period of year That he held
During Present Term :; memberships in the County. Stat-. II
1.V5 Convictions Of I' J: 1" and American Bar .Isociations. tlf I I '
X956 Defendants: \;- i? the Elk Cuib. American Legion.Veterans i I : I II
In Criminal Court ;$ of Foreign Wars. Veterans I II
Association of \\'orId'It' I
Of RecordE.1M'rien(1 : +
J' II. and other veterans organization -I 1: ;
!"','l in bet'world !
0 'y
t g- war.. and ir.gorSt'I'; : *
Efficient twice: in the armies of occupatiorThat :, i A Servant of the Glades I
he sought this office in th->
Impartial !
interest of jrood government artl I
In\tiJ:3tor and 1'ru'ceutor P that he would endeavor to reprrFent '- Toliami:
k ;
of Merit 1 the best interests;; of all the 4 Buses I
people of his District at all times To Rest Palm Beach I
i Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland '

Members of the South Bay 4-H

at Club the viewed Everglades cattle Experiment and pasture Station -! : Glades Motor Lines, Inc. i

A vole for "nOE r;<.1 is at:.. a vote for '.PA Y' REESE in Belle Glade Wodnesdavafternoon.
Assistant Solicitorboth are Veterans The tour of in;;;p'fti,;n SERVIXG THE
I : I II
the direction of A'
was under "
t Pol. Ad Paid for by Fiierdof \V. E. Roebuck I GLADES"I
sl;;;tant County Apent II, L. pt''r. I I' I,
I Ii

i I II
1 1I I I
I !
Juvenile ; I!

Delinquency -,

1 :

I Is : Shrubs aid Trees

a problem

: -i' Twsf i .\VARIETIES' : AT RETAIL

: f of your I
Authorized: Sales and Service




Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoon
1yYt hull Southern 1.!vtl.Cet Palm I Beach

r.. /

The elect be : -- - ---'-
Sheriff should
man you your I
14 '- equipped to meet this; problem with understanding I
I and intelligence . Those Sensational .""


JOHN KIRK has three children . RUNNING

and even as you and I I-like parents in every American community- I,

he knows the joys and heartaches that children can bring. He realizes XiJhtly-Rain or Shine I

the importance of an ounce of prevention where crime is concerned 1 at the

. the part your Sheriff can and does play in setting youthful footsteps PALM BEACH :

; on the right road . yet where a crime has been committed, '

John Kirk-as a father-is ready to deal with the youthful offenderwith KENNEL CLUB :

understanding and Intelligence towards the end that the future of I)

the child, the position of the parents and the interests of a law-abiding ---- - -

society may be served with justice.



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1)11.HH H..E :'nd & :;rd

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Good Term Deserves Another CLl'IUIorSE SERVICEPage I

(P*!i Tar By Frt DiJ ot Jota Iwrti

April 9, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five"

The :aliases Dorothy Chastain I :Mrs. "'. D. Bates and daughte- I Woman's :Mr. and :Mn Earl Pickren havletumed

and Peggy; :Moberg, students at ;Audrey, of Alton 111., hive arrivedin I[Roebuck Seeking Society to St. Petersburg aftor
Met With \Irs.
I Stetson University Deland. are Pahokee for a visit with her : Kepp a visit with his rart'nttr.. an.l

visiting their parents in Pahokee '\,brother-in-law and :;si-ter :Mr. and : Re-Election May 4i :Mrs. J. R. Pickren. in Pahokee.Vnted .

this vietkend. :'Mrs.: : C. C. Cruthird. I i 1' Seventeen mt'mh.'rYt're preen
i, when the WomanSociety ofChristian
\ rl-:. wok and still more wO!
: Service met at the honv the )tu t Valuable:
ha been the chief fare 'f toe ,
Mrs. Don
Kepp on Tuesday State Senator in I'.MTYini !
You take
l'hnne FREE PARKINGUir.IIT !)t8 COIr.tyIicitor. can 'April 6th. :Mrs. C. L. Stuart rr-'-
fromV. K. u KarI Roebuck who
DOWN TOWN sided and the devotional was I' i dm Trtn"t
ahi< 'ild know. You can 31ta < *
.'ark11 If You lake ( Mr*. J. S. Ihrrin ton. "'tVh.t: '
I'll! Up With (ias4>line and Day
it frum list the Grand and recommerd'da : metcarlv 'the Rural Church can D.i' was th . \\:. ::\. ( Bill) Shancl
SI.NCI.Am STATION LOU BRANCH year subject of the program presented

r West Palm Beach Florida Opposite :Iotontgom'ry'at much. needed assistant for t:>' by Mrs. X. F. Maxson. Mr. "'. TDlair. AS O\'EI\\OH:
Olive! at First oifir-e "Pt It":1,0: the and Mrs. J. P. Parker.
1 lf ted for t!:., jnb and the n'!'!:': i P1an"t'rt' I (H r.- he "Jf
mad1: for a delesM- '
has been a hard-hittir.jr. fa"t-mov- tion i j" txperienccdPublic in j' . .
to attend the state confetenoof ) Service. rrears
in team that i* easing the burdeio :
th.C:; to K held in WePalm *- mt'm'r! oftate t
Y v 1 Y N 4 : JY '' an overloaded) ilocket. At tr;,' n..aC'h.I'ril 13. 11 and 1.= Senate. 4 : .......,... e
same time: the dispatch with whioiijthe .
YtY Tentative plans w s cases; are now cleanns! t.-> I State Coal l I'ept. ; ;
f'r ,
'Yr delesate to
> a attend the stateiconference Jt / !.
< > To Pahokee Voters > ',County Solicitor's;: Office mean i ( of the Council ">f I ((2) Because he 'r -
rY definite;: step toward economy an i 'Church Women in Winter H.iveilApril is a success in his.i" "
t Y ]..cavinps to county tax pay: *.rs. 2"-th and 2f th. :awn: business . : ,
4;> With his post C'omingtp forconsideration j A food be has experience ti <> E .a
sale will held Satirdav. -
I that I.ill be a :.I I i become Grveinor.His U
4:. hereby announce r bv county voters n: : : April the 17th at the SindaeSchool !i ij
cntlv May Mr Roebuck is. seeking platform has one Iiavic IManl
4:. candidate for the office ofMAYOR 4:> 1 I !('-,-!f'.inn. Campaign; arenothmsr '!.j; me b'lildmsr fund for for new the floor purpose baskets: ff.rai ':' .f (;rf'nlf'r 11.r.ln

new to Roebuck. Since h's' '> nd Potted Palms for the churc".
: : 4 : !appointment by the Governor nlf I Ills forthriirhnes:: and
I . courage:: will stand our
> ,
2 he ha : I
> ? come out on t<>1'.f state in jri**! *:t'a'l"UTI . .
two elect:[,r in which he ha.l oo J'
: Donald Hirrmston. strident nl : I'I.t) IJOIU-:
position: other! elections wen' ,
Emory University at Valiiosti.iGa. : .
4 Y. In the City of Pahokee 4 Yter > 'without opP4)<:itirn. j .. spent the part week end with \,'. A. (Bill) ttiaml!
4}> Horn in Fort Di='inser. Florida
i this[ mother. Mrs.: John Harrington Cur (J )\ -rnnr
: in the coming ..:> in l'o\ij. Earl eame to Palm Boaei j jcounty ;
4.: ,
.. ;at Port Mavaca. Pai.l \l tnrat dhVA
when h was: a child. Pais'cf

:!: his:: high school f'ttIC':1ti'In:1* ----
: : ELECTION MAY 4 1948 I at county school' and he ehnoStttson I j I A A A -
YY I Ie. as!' the college at which tostudy C7 Yi

YS .- -e- 4"- law. In West Palm Cear.i ;, V
> Y 1'ehol<1* the distinction!' of being I j 4-. .;e.

JY Y the first man to bo elected li.: \, otX. QI.ALIFJEIGGUESSIVE
: : : popular vote to the office of City I I ..
; y John D. Rogers } 'Judpe.;; That was back in 1023. !j .v> vwww..w.n..vw..w. 4*:>

I! That Mr Roebuck takes: his j v> :. >
tr v'Jam' the trust of th. p.'ople seriously :

4:. I I.ill sincerely}>l'eciate your support 4 v !',' can l>.. seen' in the fact that I T. C. "Dick" Richardson :Y:
jdunnsr' the present; term of t':." I:.: .
4f In this: race. You can rest assured 1 TIs I l2P 1 ,.0 .l"'f'n.hnt.. brought lir-for atv

{ ; that! I will exert every effort to make Xyou the criminal: O>'irt of Record '.i)., \t Takes this! opportunity} ) to announce +t
.. I n-onvu-tfd' 31."V>. This! in it=elf i= .ihercultan i
a good 1 4:'" mayor. task ronsiJennn tha'rrinr
: his candidacy fur re-election .
v to the appointment of an a.- { > : <:

tAO 4 ..:>t>ei>eAti..:a4i>o>c:.":>":>":>.:>s rib.:.s:oe'>s ae es:;=-h-," si!"tant. nil .>f the CTW had t*> 'v Stv:, the office of c:>
7 Y Y 7 C Y Y Y Y 7 Y 9 investigat.d! and dislwnao| J with .;"

him."rlf. These !statistics d. not \n- A. ...
!clhi.le th> innumerable ca: !"'''i (" '!.*-

lag: h.-fore him casts ->f a po'eu- : : MAYOR of PAHOKEE *: :
tial rniinil *'hara< ter wi ich tit'
requi'-ed inve..tizition: Inlthi,'n r
Milk Means Growth :-
':'lacked'ifficient evidence for
(criminal prosecution. The re,.u't : <7> I In the forthcoming election to be held ci"I

kvas a considerable saving in tr"

Without certain elements in his ,taxpayer monev.A I: : : :
'I veteran of Worldyar! I. Roebuck "STUESDAY MAY 4 1948
diet baby would lack bounce andenergy. enlisted in 191';". served until: ,

1!>1J. He i is;; a 32nd degree Ma: .o-i : V
The urge to gTOand develop nod a member of the Klk=. "i>
: r.-_ _ . Your Vote and Support Apreciated'SYY ::
would be retarded. vA

i Iionnilu Lair Has VWWWWV A'A <..
Afar Pasteurized Milk i is the i\ A Birthday Party ''i> PROVED TRUSTWORTHY c:;.

safest milk for b a b I < >
your y. I Mrs Marshall Lair: entertimed {A}

Homogenized llilkith the all- at the vomanclubhouse. !': Pit- +y > i a.
?VVVVVV< >< VVV< >?vvvvvvv<>ti>
: tin!.,,' with a party honoring: r.ed.rishter. Y 4 Y Y Y

important Vitamin D added i is : !? 'nnil >u. on hr fourth

j luithdiv :anniversary. The ho-tes..
the choice of many mothers for i .lso'I-t.'d bv Mrs. W. II I..air.h-.

i! M. P Holman and Mr<. J. M Fl-
baby feeding. Be safe when you HARLOW SIMS
! iis vi a color scheme of ,

buy milk look for the Alfar em !i and white in deror.itme .the clnhhouw' -
j for the affair. Toy turtlean. '
: \\ .
.rl.1'ar II \\h'rani
blem. .! p.irichutea were presented;; tothe

guests aq party favors. R.fre .'- ('AMHDATK I OK .
,.hment< of ire cream cake ar.i i

LFA punch-were- served--- ,

I\ 'i Mr.-'1-..! Mrs Davit ,-.nee of Ortcete i CONSTABLErahi

: week end sriie-t sof Mrs. C* .I

H Jones;; and children in canrl Point Di.trkt 1f
Point They left :Monday

Belle Glade -.Phone 20 for Hialeah where they will vi.tMr !

: ? J.>r.-s' parents flew: and! MrS . Your Vote Appreciated

B. Jordor. f

!_."t Years" Kxperience in School VOTE FOR
I .
i Administration Qualified in }KducationalAdministration

; 1.1 e y o n dtht i
I l.: Principal Palm I loachlliszh

School HOWELL WATKINS(I } rvquiromont-: the

law for the O< > f f 1 c e 01*

10 YearSupor i-inu I'rintipal -

(Tort M'eers l"itSeh: \*.l- For Superintendent of F Public I Instruction ( "untUH'lnt'lHHnt.' .

Will cooperate with all school personnel and school departments for equal educational opportunity for allFriday J

Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday April P. 1P4S

Methodists Of Canal I presentation of Rev. Carl Moberjj :!division Sec. 20. near Streamline, cia variety. "I erms. Partly furnished. Four-inch pumps for sine rain:

as the speaker of the evening. I make me an offer. Phone 2732. Phone 2732 Ida Brooker. and 1.500 ft. pipe. Two-inch
Point Plan ServicesTheme Ida Brooker. A16p I Al6pO.
Billy Jermgan. Max Wilson and pumps. One-inch pumps. Field

Stanley Hooks led the group m FOR SALE: Have reduced priceon I FOR SALE: One S ft. Warren 'boxes Athey: wagon. Wheel
of the Morning Worship games. The donations of many lay my home in Port Mayaca.Fla. I meat display case unit attached ''wagons. A frames. Seed bed cod
Service of the Canal Point Methodist
people made possible a real feastof Downstairs has 4 rooms and $500 cash. Phone 33S4. Canal ,ers. Fertilizer 8preadt'n8Ui.1-
Church will be a'
on Sunday hamburgers and rolls frut ti bath upstairs has two bedrooms Point Fla. It.: toilers. Mole:: drain machine Fivf-
sermon on the New Testament punch and doughnuts. The MYF full tub and shower linen ;,inch Fairbanks Morse Centrifugal
story cf "The Man\ Who Miscal- really appreciates the help of all closet; Garage apartment 2 rooms -OR SALE: Holland c'It'fset- ;pump Call HULL PACKING
culated". The Evening Service will those who made the evening sucn and: bath: Servant's house in back ters complete: Land levellers.Sprayers. :COMPANY 2751 PAHOKEE.
again feature the singing of beloved a grand success. with three rooms and toilet; Six-inch seed bed pump. Apr16c
gospel hymns. The minister Hosts at the meeting of the orange grove in back with ValenRARDIN I
will speak in answer to a requeston Young Married Fellowship in the
the theme "In What Form Will ..
on -- -
School building -- -
new Sunday ..rrl IP""l
They Come?". This sermon will bean Friday at 7:30 will be the Pop ,

enlargement of an idea broughtout Sears and the Harlan Sears.
several weeks about the .
ago --
nature of the in the life
body Mr. and :Mrs. Harry :M.: McIntosh W. P. WALKER
eternal. We will consider togetherthe are spending a week in St. :k'

answers of both Old and New Petersburg where McIntosh:: is
Testaments and the words of Jesus
attending a bankers
and the Apostle to bring light to

this age-old problem. You will remember IiiiJ J Announces His
the questionings of the 0

Sadducees who asked Jesus about Classified AdsSEPTIC Candidacy ForReElection
an instance in which a wife had I
several successive husbands all As 3
I .
brothers surviving the death of tanks and grease traps
each one. They ask Him. "Whose' I cleaned and repaired. Phone 3
wife shall she be in heaven?" T.1B 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c V a

minister always welcomes reque b
FOR SALE: New and used WillysJerpp. faC, Yh CITY CLERKIn
of sermons on any subject for we Walter Ashley Garage in c p 1
need to find the Bible answer t >
Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcn! it
many of our questions and prob- 1, t

lems in life toda}'. FOR SALE: 193G Pontiac roadster -

The Junior Boys taught ty new paint in good condition In The Forthcoming: Pahokee
Mary Helen Hook. is leading th? with S73; radio. S375. see ',, At ,
fine new contest started last week. Harry Wald"thlager or call 4062: t 0'' |

The year just one* step short of It Pahokte.C'ALVKS. r\.t'h"3"N.. ./. f

('hangingthdr rowboats for sail FOR SALE: Jereys.lI'rn"t.'Ys. ';\'Jt I & Election 4th.
boats and they should reach Cape hnl.-teiRs. heifer ; /! City
Horn next Sunday. 1.000 miles behind o? 3-
calves from one day to a week oJ! iv
the Junior Boys are the LtJI
$l0 up. See H. McGouirk.:: Pa. b
Junior Girl, Intermediates. Beginners hokee. AlGcn ,,;- Ii) 3AAA
and Primary Classes. ;J
&J Your Consideration Appreciated
The :Men's: Bible Class and thWoman's ? DD
made bad FOR RENT: Two U-ditMim home
Bible Class a I I'\t'l.
turtl" I in Pahokee. Gill! Koheit Bacon
:;start their rowboats turning rI
on the very fiat lav! \Vo had 110 ;at B.- h- Glade 42.i. A9chtf tt Dm! iugtIll' \vurthat I have M'rveil you as C'ii. D

cut last Sunday and hope to g"t ROOM FO RRENT: Private bath Clerk I hnve l'lhIl'anwt'd at all time* to render a DJ
that number to 12. and hold a
there. I private entrance room is extia TOR RE-ELECTION: J service of which the citizens am! tax flavors may
.large and cool. Phone 22M or 4012. I
The :MYF: was host to the Glad's Boyd! Voihees. Canal Point. FU. & well fool} prom'. l"i on re-election I -hall continue D

Pub-District of the :MYF: last Tuesday Ap23P.I.FOR CountyCommissioner 0 to l10 tho: " evening. A Scripture reading *
by Billy Jernigan and songs led 1"v SALE: Two lots No. 11 and t office.

Frank Rosenberg preceded th- 12, tract 5. Noble Padgett sub.4..4".4..4".C'r.C."y..4"4
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practical program for all Florida-:. if you want A Native Floriilian > b .F, 10 YearIixv Enforcement a

reduced costs of government if you want an able Experience IiiiJ

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Florida's large and small counties "R' Enforcement and Crime

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Friday April 9, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Pont Florida Page Seven

May Fellowship Day I nedy, Mrs. R. -D.-Durrance :\Ir-. ''the board. I I I i :Mrs C. M. Todd was admitteli I Mr. and Mrs Lon Riffey of Canal
Will Be ObservedThe J. F. Colson. Mrs. Earl Pitts ant : Mrs. \,. M. DuBose gave a report \i to the Everglades Memorial Hospital Point announce the birth of a
Mrs. Horace Unwin were appointed -' j' I
with recommendation:: fro:"i I i this week for medical treat- daughter at the Everglades Memorial -
on a committee to name delegates ,
annual "May Fellowsh:p to the meeting.It :the Wcrld Day of Prayer committee. ment. I 1 Hospital April 6.

Day" will be : The World Community
observed in the Pa- Day'
was voted to hold the annual
hokee-Canal Point communities program was announced for Fri- ; l
election of
r officers on Friday. Nov.
Friday. May 7. according plai. 12. As April is .'CouncilIonth". ,day. Nov. 3. with Mr<*. J. S. Cha_- : ELECT ABLE .
outlined by Mrs. H. L. Speer.thanman I Mrs. O .H. m'<'C-. Mrs. Earl Mix-: tairu Mrs I. M. Lair. Mrs. Vince.itHenderson.

of the Christian SociilR ,son. :\Irs. M P. Holman.'?. f_ Mrs. C. T. Jack "litions committee of the Council : !B. Johnson. Mrs. J. M. Gresham !". Joe Parkrr. Mr?. J. I:. Miller EGBERTBEALL
of Church Women '
at the Board
Mrs M F. George and Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. R. O Crosby member*
cf Directors: meeting of the Cou
1- Wilkinson, jr. were appointed: on of the World Relations cor.1n. ttin {'",-
Cil. held last Friday afternoon at
a committee to contact the auxiliaries charge.Mrs.
the Church of God. Mrs.
Speer a-- of the council asking fir Norman Kennedy presented .
n01lrcc'd: that Mrs. Wilma Len '
council dues of -"c per member the devotional :; '
viII be in charge of the programat David Veteran "'crhl "'ar..
for the year. It was decided to With Chn-t and Mrs.
the Canal Point Churchon '
Baptist have copy of "The Church Woman" Blvech played the piano for tae: ; I and 11
that date and the program for '
available to each member of i ih\mns.. .
the Pahokee area will bo in th-
NOT Hl>ON-()KEI BV t .
First "
Baptist Church: time of the :I
meetings to be announced later. i iI .\INimiOlWL
Other members of the committeeassisting I

with hte plans are Mr<;. HEAR JUDGE ED LAKECandidate OK OIW.\XI7\TlOX I
C. R. Moore. Mrs. R. D. Durrance. I
Mrs. T. S. Kirk and Mrs. R. J.
Schroder.Mrs. I StateSenator
John A. Dulany. president, I
announced the State Meeting cf !Speak on Laier Fees in the (busty .y
the Council of Church Women will Judge's (Court a
be held in Winter Haven. April 23 Radio Station WSII N. Belle Glade .
and 29. at the Haven Hotel: Mab FRIDAY. APRIL 9th 6.30 p. m. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY i :'
Head representative of the UCCV/: MONDAY, APRIL 12th--6:30 p. m. M.\\' 4
at the United Nations will b? (repeat)
A Paid Pol. Adv. SINCERE i iI iV
guest speaker, having just returned j
from a two month's trip acro the nation and down the West

Coast. Mrs. C. L. Stuart. Mrs.Henrv .
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Public notice NOTICE is hereby given VOTE MAY 4th and ELECTCLEMENTS

that the undersigned intends to 'II'i
register with the Clerk of the Cir- I

cuit Court of Palm Beach County. I II
Florida pursuant to S e c t ion I

86.-.09. Florida Statutes 1911 tha

fictitious name, to wit: Flowv" i i
Gardens under which I am engaged -

in busme at Pahokee,

:Florida. .'
William Von Zonncrve'U.

Pub: April 2. 9. 16. 23. 1918.


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State Senator in 1947
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You Can Trust to give you a properly ad
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W. A. Bill Shands i Thoroughly I
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(1) Because he
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yean member of ,
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yean member of
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(2) Because he
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has experience to S

become Governor. YOUR NEXTSHERIFF
Bis platform has one basic PUnk

:'A Greater Florida

His forthriffhtnes and
courage will stand: our
state in good stead . .


W. .\. (Dill) Shamls

For Governor I.

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Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Fri!ay. April P. 19I
Brewton 'Beach Saturday, April 3. atI:3<) bers of her committee will ).> ;'i
:p. m. Vows for the double tiny I charge of the fellowship meetings.
CunninghamMiss ware read by Rev. Then- ,
seremony ;
In Pahokee Mrs. Speer will pre- COVERS
dore Temoshchuck pastor of the :
: tent a fellowship program in thi
Nan Louise Brewton. ;[I'hurch.I \\I: FIT ANY CAR
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William I I The bride wore a white woolen First Baptist Church on May -: :
Henry Brewton of Pahokee. and [suit with black accessories and i.nd in Canal Point Mrs. i.o"l I'' S13.95 to S55.00PAUL'S
Walter Leon Cunningham Jr.. sun 'carried a bouquet of white gar- tx'nce. co-chairman of the commit-j It :
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leon denias. tee. will be in charge of a fellow- t,: :
Cunningham Sr.. of Belle Glade Miss Pnscilla Lampi of Pahoke2 ship program at the Canal Point '
were married at the pastorium .>1 :was maid of honor and Roger Cunningham Baptist Church on the same dat('. t
the Baptist Church in West Pal.a : was his brother's hostman. : I' Mrs. John A. Dulany. council ; ,, SERVICE STATION
president presided at the meeti,c ;
I Mrs Cunninghom is a graduateof ,She announced that sne will assume I' CANAL POINT, FLORIDA i I II
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Pahokee High School and attended :, the responsibility of seeing I I, '"' _iI
Florida State University.'Tallahassee. that members of the council board
"' Mr. Cunningham receive copies of "The ChurchWoman
Prince Theatre(graduated from the Belle) Glade :' I I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSWeeks
':High School and attended :Nort'tCarolina :
State College and the
Pahokee FloridaSundayMonday (University of Florida. Gamesvill".
Upon their return from a wedding This \-frJohnson
trip along the East Coast Mr. .
and Mrs. Cunningham will make ._ .,
.,.heir home. in Belle) Glade. ;'t. >...;f..,. ,.. ..><<.."' .. !.f<>' ( ;
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'Welcome Stranger'starring
plans for a series (f
I Christian Fellowship programs nbe
held in the PahokeeCanalPoint Cash GroceryStreamline
area in May: wore made b.-

Ping Crosby Coun-cil I! ) Specials For Friday and Saturday Only
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