The Everglades news
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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: April 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAY .; .!



School Bond Plan Glades Checks Bands From CountyAt Get Bacom Point Site For Glades Airport Is

Before Voters On

Monday,, of thecounty

Tuesday, May 18thAfter hand paved of cut commission the to three county.) check high Commissioners *school were- Inspected By CAA Officials Wednesday

L>tal and Ponton ( hohate
much discussion and one
major change the county school cue band in tht'ir0 Bacom Point Airport was on:?
districts) designated SI00 each Senator Beacham Two New Candidates II
board Monday afternoon set May step nearer realization Wednesday -
for the Palm Beach High School I
18 as the date for an election on &. hand. Commissioner Paul Uanlin I For Pahokee Council when three Civil Aeronautic

$3,600,000 bond issue. for proposed (who has two lands! in hi. onedistrict Seeks ReElectionSixteen : I I Administration officials made an
school expansion.The
) di\ided his S1OO evenly i Two new candidates entered the official inspection of the proposeJ

major change involved setting between Pahokee and Belle political field in Pahokee this I i site for the Glades-Palm Bear-1
back the election date from i
Glade hand i years of experience in County heavy duty airport. The
week. I. J.
Jr.. ii
May 11 to :May 18 following information announce
Itardin in theaction the state legislature is offered b" : federal officials were accompaniedon ::
from attorney C. D. commenting on i his candidacy for a seat on the
State Senator John R. Beachamto
of the heard -Monil.iy said: council in group one. The seat 1'si the inspection trip by CountsEngineer
Blackwell is was impossible getan '
"1 hand -d the Pahokre check the citizens: and votf rs of Pain: Jake Boyd. County Commissioners -
i held at Frank Shau
present by lIne -
insertion of the advertising
; Beach county in his bid for reelection Paul Rardin and LaK
to Drnnis
Caudill and the Bell'
i Rofiert S. Douthit will !
matter for publication. 1I "y sejK
ready lade check to Frank Hobson in the May primary. Senator Lytal and Jess Elliott of the P;,-
on a seat on the council from
The election will decide if county gro'iptwo.
voters want to issue bonds for ;I I \\Vdnesday of thi. "....k. I don't I I Beacham has served four 4-year : Don Hillier is ronthe coun hokee Lions Club.
I want anybody to think that \e terms as state sat ->n
expenditure on school repairs and didn't come in fir our fair share chosen president of the senate in ; fort enu'ieer of the CAA with offices -
Mayor Dick Richardson is
constructions as outlined in a pre- ; op-
when the checks acre passed 1943. I I in Jacksonville: \\ lhar.1
posed! by John D. Rogers. Clerk
viously adopted I Iou.." I l The West Palm Boac'i lawye" Turner, chief of the planning division -
Monday, W. P. Walker has no announced
The resolution adopted i
I visited the Glades in behalf of his of CAA: Lewis Phillips,
approval by the Stale j . opposition. Chief of Police AltmanMorgan
considering I I candidacy and renewed acquaint-J j I chief:: c* the paving division o'
of the II | ': is a, candidate for reelection -
Board of Education priorresolution
j I The senator is widely and 1
i Bill Shands Spoke ances. CAA. both from Atlanta made up
which stated the needfor j but to date has no oppo-
I t the official group. Z. A. Geiger.
the program and called fop In Pahokee TuesdayW. sition. I I I Pahokee flyer, cooperated in theI

the expenditure, provided that the I - . inspection and flew :Mr. Phillips
held 18. j I
election be May A. (Bill Shands appeared in over the proposed site several

-- . -- Pahokee on Tuesday evening and .- McCampbell AsksForTojSchoolJob times in order that he might geta

made a campaign speech before a good view.
New PrescriptionMan
fairly good sized crowd on Nola's The visiting official "seemed

At Drug StoreThe corner. The gubernatorial candi- -fi pleased' with the site and plans]

date was introduced by Attcmoy and specifications' are to be sub- -

Carter-Getger 'Drug ton" B. F.- Paty pf WestPalm Beach West Palm Beach ra"orGe- r e niit tod Vnortly4 through 'channel tt **

who was a candidate for the same : CAA Division. Palm
management in Canal Point a1-1 McCampbell is a candidate for the Airport

nounces appointment ofV.. :M.: I high office in 1936. superintendent of Palm Beach Beach County plan to spend

Stephens, formerly of Miami, as : :Mr. Shands told his listeners county schools and was in the: $65.0OO. according to Commissioner

the new head of the prescription that he was thoroughly qualified Glades on Tuesday of this we<* ( Rardin who had this amountset

is to serve as the state's chief exe meeting the voters. up in the annual budget, for
department. Mr. Stephens a registered -
pharmacist and the drugstore cutive. He pointed out that he is Mr. McCampbell had the following purchase of the land. This couM:

management assures friends a taxpayer in nearly every eastern to say about the school race: not be wisely done until the CAA

and patrons of an excellent service seaboard county in the state. His "The office of superintendent! became men expressed an opinion as to

speech was kindly received by the vacant after the closii g date feasibility of an airport on the
from the newly opened prescriptiondepartment.
voters. Immediately following his I for filing in the city primary election Bacom Point site. The CAA will

- speech he ]left for Belle Glade held in West Palm Beach last! ?o along with the county and furnish -

I where he was scheduled to spea't month. Many of my friends knovI $51.125 federal money to aid

James Vann SpeaksTo thirty minutes later. I I that for years I have been preparing in building the port. Rardin said.

Pahokee LionsJames . .. favorahly known and has a host to seek election to this office The 2IO-acre site, according to
I of friends in the Glades area wr-() when the opportunity presented it- county and federal plans, will heopened

Funeral ServicesFor are actively working for his re self. I feel that my record war- initially as. a light plaiii

Vann. manager of th* GarrettFuneral election.As] rants your support in this aTlimj i:j: field but eventually hard surface
:Mrs. :M. C.
three migratory!; labor camps! in toe a past president of the senate portant position which comes before -I j I runways will be installed and thelong

Pahokee-Canal Point area, was :Mr. Beacham comes in for to? 'I the voters of thcounty but range program calls for development -
guest speaker at the Tuesdayluncheon services for Mrs. M. O. flight committee assignmentswhich for
once every four years. ,. of the airport
meeting of the Pahokee Garrett were held at the Sarasota are always. important to Ms I j The West Palm Beach may..rpnintM |, freight and passenger service.

' Lions Club. The speaker reviewe.l Funeral Home on Sunday.: home county as well as the stateat i to the following qualifications i|I County commissioners hope thrt

the history of the camps from th? April 3, at 4 p. m. with Rev. C. A. ]large. In presenting his candidacy : Attended Palm Beach County I eventually planes] flying from the

time they were built by the federal :Moberg. pastor of the Pahokee the senator says quite frankly! I Schools Graduate University field which will b- known as thGls '

government, told how they are operated First Baptist Church. officiating that "there is no substitute for \ of Florida. 12 Years teaching- I de. -Palm Beach County Air-

and pointed out their valu and a large group of friends from I experience in the senate"The |j I perience in our schools. 3 Times porC w-il be a major factor in
as supply centers for farm labor. I this area attending.Mrs. ]
Palm Beach county I elated president of Palm Beach transporting vegetables producedin
Manning I. Keen, candidate for Garrett. a former Pahokce tive delegation, with IE'pa-1 I Coi'ity Teachers: Association. Understands the mucklands. The new field

club president, headed the list of residert, died at the Sarasota Hospital Beacham as the senior member in |I I problems of students will be a part of the county aviation -
candidates recommended by th" on April :2 following; a long '
the upper house, fought valiantly teachers, parents and taxpayersalike. division.
nominating committee. The annual illness. in the 1945 lesion for an mcreas II Has! served as City CommlI *- According to engineers the Ba-
election of officers will take pla- Pallbearers were T. B. Wilson. state for expansion ,
in the appropriation I sioner in West Palm Bach for 6 com Point site is the only mnlsection
,at next week" luncheon meeting. F. G. Gils.! C. A. Batchrlor. Paul work at the EvergladesExperiment ] ;j|I years alas Mayor. Propertyowner I II available in this area f..rI
. J. P
Ellsworth Keen and
station. The amount. i|1 I and taxpayer. Has shown construction hard !surface runj -
Apner Burial was at the Sarasota Mr. Boacham said was. increased''I I
Dan :McCarty Visited the: course: to tand up for whathe I ways.CommL"
cemcterv.Marvin. substantially and the Experiment thinks is right at all times. j ions foirtm said that

Pahokee Saturday . Station is now working with"-.* i Pledged to devote his entire tim.' county antI 6"tatf" plan rail for

the severe handicap of t:-.e pit education to tee:
: :Mounts Is and energy to our improvement of h' way
Genial Pan McCartv rf Fort lack rf money.In system I airport Bacom tint road will tr

Pierce appeared in P.\hokee last j WPR Rotary Head commenting upon his candidacy :- . completely reb-t from the. bank

Saturday afternoon and presentedhw Mr. Beacham said. "I presentmy corner In PafvA". t-. the airport

candidacy for governor. The j Cfsitv: A cent Marvin U Mounts candidacy for re-election >tn.Iv .-.- Ed Fraser Will Speak A new count%| road a M'-ort: _dlJ't-

former legislator made a lotf : was elided president of the Wet : upon the record I have mad: anr north ofaMr-lwell wilt: cut .

friend while in P.Uiokeand h..+ 1 Palm Beach Rotary dub at the annual during the !'; year that I hay > In Pahokee SaturdayEdwin .across from t.1* crt Pat"k '*- C.

speech was warmly received bv j flirt-on of officers held rn served my people In the future ain <; Belle Glade rrVWto, tht-jfjld A / ,

those who heard him. The Fort Tuesday this week Mr tountI .* the past I !shad l fight ur.tmr.q- iFxlt Fraser! of Marclenr.y ; county roa-t frr 1'lesPA- ne.r:t:

Pierce man has! been gaining:: [ weitrf..! favorably! knows ly and at all times! for the twtter- will 1'pf'1111 Canal Pfllntt will make *('1'r: "!'}...wyI

ground;: steadily! during the past ; hro :ctcut:: the county as "Red"I rr.rr.l of rr.v county and my stat 5.30 Saturday afterr-o.,n m behalf fr.tM tto... H-'U" ( .... ,J l-,, ...

.--upl ofe.-ks and his many and his many fnend.* in the Gladys as a whole I earnestly spirit tt' cf his candidacy for state comtrr ;-- bouee 3"'&. Two and 'If'1

fiends say "Pan's the Man. ( will jon this 1 newspaper in wi..hini consideration of ut'T"ot'r' in the >l:>r Mr Frms"'r is ill former' r.f the C.nBarO'f1 Por.t roil

. i II Mm: a successful. tenure of office.Mr. county. I will dearly appreciate the member of the state J legistatur>:; have already been bml pu".n

Yrs Earnest Popp of Neat --. vote and support of all." and w>Jl pr?s 'rt hs! q<.:al1'atlr'1'3 prmirted out

Palm Brach was the week end I and Mrs. M P Hardley: and - -.- for te. office he H"4"K' If.aa..

guest of }Ir. and Mrs. Loel Lt-nce. : seen. Hichard. !eft Tuesday for their Mrs. '.\' H. Vann mind Mr Tha.iiWtidden elected to the state comptrf41 s -- -----

left Monday for HenJsonville. **- office two but a technicality Mr and Mr&. Inman'f'.k'e
Mrs. Peep former resident cf tome sn Batcn Rouge. La. after a years ago
Canal Point, is a teacher in the visit of several days with their I N C. where they wCl prevented him from pent the wk.nd visiting:; friend
weeks at tie Varnhcme. In the office to which k* and relative !Sn Sarasota, Lai
Conmston Road school in West: cousins Mr. and Mr? LJoyd Hundley. spend two serving

Palm Beach. in ioJife. had been earned by the people.. Alford adEsla61ishecll924 tnr.g.

Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. April 16. 1948

- ---- --- - - --
Pahokee Mr. and Mrs J. Nipper hays 'I I I Coach and Mrs. Ralph Gress
moved from Miami to Pahokee have returned from Crescent City
Plan Their ServicesRev. where they are now making their where they were called last week
the Lake Olseechobee Farming Region
home in one of the Key cottages. bv the death of his father.
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
C. A. Moberg. pastor of the .
- -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe First Baptist Church of Pahokeewill
Porte Johnson cadet at Florida Mr. and Mrs. Will Brandon or
at the
preach Sunday morning
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn eleven o'clock hour on the subject Military Academy spending tai DeFuniak Springs visited his
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter "The Need of the Hour." The text weekend with his parents. Mr. and mother Mrs. W. L. Brandon, in
"Not by might nor by power but Mrs. R. G. Johnson in Pahokee. I I Canal Point the past week.
Owner Editor Publisher
Paul Rardin
by :My Spirit. saith the Lord of
- -
Hosts. is found in Zechahiah 4:6.
District Rotary porting the Rotary Foundation The vocal selection. "Is Your All
Fund which grants scholarships to on the Altar" will be sung by
Meet ScheduledThe graduate students for study i.i Mrs. Moberg. The service will be RG.ELEcrKI RKSHGRIFFONE
foreign countries and brings foreign broadcast over \VS\\"N" "The little
annual conference of the students to America. Throughthis station with the long reach At
167-B District of Rotary International : exchange of students it it the night service beginning at GOOD TERM DESERVES ANOTHERPaid
will be held inVest Palo felt that much may be gaine-J eight o'clock the pastor will
Beach from April 18th to 20th. it through mutual understandingsmade preach on, "The New Life..* TIw For Bv Friends of John Kirk

was announced today by Pres. K. possible by graduate stud;. choir will be composed of some
L. Ray of the host club. Representatives All Rotary Clubs strive to encour- twenty five members of the youthof - - -
of the 25 Rotary Clubs age the adoption of high business the church with Miss Margaret -- I

which comprise this Rotary District practices and understanding both Powell at the piano. Frank Gillis
will participate in the con- in this country and all over the will direct the song service. This
ference. world. fine contribution to the program CarterGeigerDrug j
Among the principal current activities The principal speaker at the of the church is one of the many
of the Rotary Clubs in thii conference will be Datus Proper. fine things the church will enjoy
distnct are community service to San Antonio Texas, Past Directorof thanks to the Youth Week just ob
the blind and other handicapped Rotary International. He is the served. Following the preaching
persona as well as service to youth conference representative of S. services of the future a fellowship CompanyAnnounces
through vocational services and Kendrick Guernsey. Jacksonville hour will be entered into by the .
other forms of boys work. Other Rotary International President. youth with refreshments and pro- ,
forms of service rendered are aid District Governor James I. Keller groms in keeping with the spirit- i
to the Y.M.C.A. and sponsorshipof Jr.. of Miami will preside at the ual development of all concerned.The Of
community fund drives such as conference. Orin Bacon Presidentof invitation is extended to all Appointment .
- the Cancer Fund. International of Pahokee club will appearon interested. A movie projector wills i
service is performed in part. 1 y I, the conference program. Other > be added to the things necessary i i
clubs in this district through their I: members of the local club to attend to make of this Sunday nigh W. M. ;
efforts in entertaining visitor : are: Victor Geiger. K. J. Carton endeavor outstanding in its every I Stephens

from foregn countries.All P. P. deMoya. Abe Dobrov. characteristic. It is hoped that tae
clubs in this district are sup- I Joe Kahn and B. Elliott. entire youth of the church and all .
I' I
.- : interested will be present Sunday REGISTERED PHARMACISTFor
PTA r.ight for a special conference with t
the pastor.

H Mrs. Dave \V. Cunningham wasreelected - The Canal Point Store
president of the !
kee Parent-Teacher Association ?t XI'lm"L ;
the April meeting held on Thur I
clay night of last week. All other The newly organized circle of

I officers ganization who during have served thepa..t the year or Service the Woman's of the Society Pahokee of Christia.i FitFot.Iethwl.It Your prescriptions be carefully ,

I H4t re-eiected with the exception I
were also
:\ Church will meet at tae
1 of Mrs. C. L. Shirley secretary home of Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton compounded by Mr. Stephens from a I

VOTE WORK FORxlBernarr : who declined an invitationto Monday. April 19. with Mrs. R. L.
I serve PTA in the same offiC3: stock of fresh
Brooks to assist Mrs. Boynton os drugs.
Macfadden T. S. KirK
( for another y'ar.Irs.
co-hostess. The group plans to give
ALL FLORIDA ,I was elected secretary.L the new circle a name at this meet-i
Progress and Prosperity Program
ing. I


J. Frasure, Jr. II III i i t f For Governor

Announces His

I Candidacy For Iii IiiI A '2PAE

I li I F 4 q_

City Council ;\ Xo: .

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(Group One) 'I'II '

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i Your Consideration AppreciatedFair tt '

y iYvr'
Honest Progressive


Fuller WarrenQuotation

Rom where'l sit...fy Joe Marsh

From the

Now It's Neckties Warren Platform:-

43 '-; Made of Milk!


Fellow in Andy Rotkin< Tavern I guess drinking it i- still a hoe!

way boa-tine about a trick necktie lot hatter than ju-t wearinc it. I will
support veterans organizations -
!be was raring made out of a h>- Of course there are lots of other: ,

induct of miL: "Took 33 pound- ways of ahu"ino;; <>d and b verajres -
>f milk to make this tie.." he sass. liJ..e:1 ft'Ul"ho doon'tappreciate in their effort to insure i

Hill \Vebs-tor was unimpressed. jroo>! boer er">:.rh to

Personally." he says. "rj rather drink! it slowly and in moderation. adequate! national defense."
have: thm l to rfnnl. Jut as Iwouldn't Hat from where I =:t. wo-t pntj -
char.ee one glass! of goo >!<> who enjoy a whle.oT.e b''v. I
American beer for a re-*:tie made erace l.Ve her or ale tf- ivxl r it* ,
from thirty ba r.-N! tf :t'"* *c_i *v V-r itself .- a b. rrajr I
tc-.. modern "cicnrc brin;; what of mi-dfatiom. I Iit Fuller \\"'arrenVill Speak In r: lacrler; Park West Palm Beach,

i i"-,.c-ns like.. Jm can mall ( 1 (1*. I S p. m., Monday .:\pril26th. ..
_in,thir wet of anU-a': th eci "t ". .t':':
>" Hat in lice case o> mnk. weal C/ -
I Paid for by Canal Point Friends cf F\il< :>r Warrenge 1

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April 16. 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Tore
Gideon Work To Be I! greatest number ever to be ded:- Mrs. Armstrong Has !'the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pauline Rice. Mrs. A. L. Pope,
I 1 cated at one time in the history of Phillips Monday and upon their re- Mrs. O. C. Roland. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Discussed WednesdayThe 'the world. They will be on display Birthday SurpriseMrs. t o turn home Mrs. Armstrong was B. McClure Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Mat I' the entrance of the Northshor 'greeted by a group of friends who Chiviges, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B.

public at large is cordially Hotel Miami Beach, covering the L. W. Armstrong was awaited her there. Bingo was en- Ramey. Hughes Ridenour, Jack
invited to attend the Wednesday ,entire entrance, approximately 60 pleasantly surprised on her birth- joyed with high score awards going Phillips and Dr. and Mrs. Arm-
night service at the First Baptist feet wide and 30 feet high.It day anniversary Monday eveningat to :Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey and strong.
Church of Pahokee to hear a message is hoped that as a result of a party given by her daughter. O. B. McClure. Refreshments of .
on the work of "The Gideon the service Wednesday that Bibles Mrs. Jack Phillips at the i I( ice cream cake and coffee were Mrs. Edward Thompson and son
International". Some sixty speakers will be placed in al the hotel rooms Armstrong home on Bacom Pomi''served by the hostess assisted by have returned from a visit with
will visit churches of South of this area. The Community Missions Road. I I Mrs. Pete Chiviges. her: mother and other relatives in
Florida to present this program. Committee with Mrs. Els- Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong were ]i I I I Guests were Mrs. H .C. Graham, I I Due West, S. C.
worth Keen chairman
This Sunday at three o'clock the
Dedication Program covering the this activity. An offering will be -- ---------- ------ --- -- -----
placing of 25,000 Bibles in the received for this endeavor.
. .
hotel rooms of Miami Beach will A VOTE FOR

be entered into. This will be the Junior Banquet And Is Success Senior Want a Change? WIIIIAMSIT'S I

ix a vote for all the peopleof
ELECT Members of the Pahokee Hign TIME Palm Beach ('ounf-
School Junior Class entertained not for any one individual.
(I the Senior Class at the annual
I l junior-senior banquet and pronI FRO ONE'a!
I Friday night
rr I, At the banquet which was heiJ
in the First Baptist Fellowship
.1'isitet eA+ |I Hall the address of welcome was voluntarily based his candidacy upon his record in office. This ,
,aet t delivered by James Sims president I welcome. His record will be presented during my public appearances a s
Class with Frank T the near future. We shall t-ke a look at hir:: record m of-
of the Junior '
Gillis giving the response for the cer.u then you may be the judge of his desire to perpetuate
himself in that office.t
Seniors. The invocation was gi'(1by
Max Wilson. Robert O. Lamj.i I REPEATThat

sang a vocal solo. I am not running on the merits or demerits of any other peions -
I The banquet was served by SOptI !- < I Tn offering fcr this office because belief: in my ability a s
I cmore and freshman members ot to serve the citizens; of Palm Beach County.: !
the home economics class. Plates

were Following laid for the 140.banquet the prom ELECT T. HAROLD WILLIMSCOUNTY
was held at the Elks Hall with
I Thorpe and his orchestra furni5t-
ir.R the music. SOLICITOR-
The Juniors made clever use of (Paid Political Adv.i
a the theme "Moonlight ana
t I Roses" in the entertainment and o ;"..__ _... '._ o 0 .
decorations for the annual affair.

\ Jack Sutor I --
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Winvahn aid
of Hollywood spent the weekend -
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF son in Pahokee visiting her brother !' AN E: I'ERIEXED.HLE.. AND HONEST STATESMAN . . .

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i C. C. Cruthird. and family. '
1-- ::1! Will Know and Understand
SUTOR-S RECORD Jack Sutor 1I NOTICE ::1 j i

UnUerslty holds a Masters'He degree has taught from Duke ten I Public notice is hereby giventhat '!!' Your Needs and Problems :
years In the schools of Florida five. the undersigned intends to
years at Palm Beach High School. Cir- \ !
with the Clerk of the
register ,
For the last three years Sutor has
been in the newspaper business. cuit Court of Palm Beach County ::1 The membership of Colin English; for eleven years I
Both as a teacher and an editor he Section
supported better education teach Florida pursuant in the State Cabinet under three Governors thoroughly .
ers' salaries' and the program of theClU..ns. 86509. Florida Statutes 1941. the II'I I acquaintshim with all departments of our I Nli
Committee In addition he Flower
toit: ; t
backed business progress Improvement fictitious name : _' State Internment and our State Institutions.I .
of Everglades roads and water Gardens under which I am engaged :1
control Those wide county Interest in business at Pahokei, "
demonstrate that Jack Sutor ha* a ]i! -
sincere Interest In every school anl Florida. i x ,. F thorough cooperation with other Cabinet Members
school child In Palm Beach County. William Von Zonnerve'd.Pub II and the different citizens groups in furthering I
(Paid Political Advertisement I : Apnl 2, 9, 16. 23, 1948. ::1 .fi., prore88hproJrams; in betterment of the many !
I II, x services and !benefits rendered by our State Goeminent III II
-- - !I establishes Colin English a well Trained Experienced I II
and Qualified executive eminently ({ualifid '

I'I' 4 ?d to become your Governor and serje our State I'I

KIRICSHERIFF ,I J Hwnorably and with Dignity and Distinction. II'1

Mr. English was born raised and has lived most of

t his life in his family home on our own cross state
-Paid For Bv Friends of John Kirk I h ht IH
highway west of Clewiston. He has watched the j
drainage and development of The Everglades where !
he owns lands in our own Palm Beach Count. HP! !
I I FARMER* is in thorough accord with the water control conservation i io .
PIANOS VETERAN and Beach Erosion program nowbeing read- I
I EXECUTIVEEDUCATOR zed for Legislative: ..Action both Washington: and !

Ti'Iabassee.Mr. .

pianos are guaranteed by the manufacturer but the Hent.injr Heldt. political 1 writer Miami Herald rays in last Sunday's Herald
dealer mst implement it. He alone can make it effecti\e. Usd that well over half the i people haven't yet rnrde- a choice for Governor.. He calls: I

pianos! can bo guaranteed by the dealer only. Be sure, when you thi ". . theilent independent vote which will settle tl.e outcome. : We agree. :1 ii11'zt ::1I
buy your piano that the dealer is able to make a guarantee ef- i '
tective.Bnibaker's. i e.-pecialiy Pf.eal.to these rilent votprs.'e urge you to consider the \'aluahl.'I'I'I'!

and I l'nnnaheI"'ic! {'. Mr. English ho.; rendered your State in the po :'
maintair a modern well equipped piano repair I trust you have placed him for the last elim\en years; the outstanding qualities of !'

Joparl.nent staffed bkill'!
anti rctmishers.NKW I I'enefit to the people of this state durintr tits? next four years. We earner Folic ,

01' M \"' Bl'Y WITH (CONF1DEM; I your vote and support for Mr. English. ;1

1.1\X1):: KN\KK \\fRUTZEK. J_\N sst:\. KK.\Mtll Palm IVach County Headquarter for Mr. English are )located at the corner of 4
and IIU'II. C.I'IBRANSEX.INTKK Olive! and First Street in We>t Palm He .ch. phone : Oo. Yuu ae cordially invited .:.
l toixit with u:*. A committee (if' l.idie- and gentlemen supporters: of MEnH"h -.
KFCOMMTIONKI: KEFIMMIEP I'lXX*-.\ selection will ilway'; I he present to \\"t'umt. you, !':HO( a. m. to 9:31) p. m.
front our large *tr -k.

Our English Clubs! around the state report a rapid gain in net mt'fo1ht'r. each
Kimball I'pnght S1:3 Kimball M.rrApiano. $315
da>. i-'uch i ix the rare with otr local English club.
li.x>th Bros.. Upnght $1i ') Studio $445
Monarch \\hile! Mr. English doe not have an. connection with arras political poll and Wi

Story \ Clark Upright $ 95 R3.1J'.ci n Spir.ette. k'low they often do not reflect a true voter entiment. mime being purely for IWI'-I

Weiler UpnghtAoolian $175 bleached $5:.') a<;amla )purpose-. nevertheless. right now :

MirrApiano $373 "\CJUJ TO ALL THE 1'OLI.IN' CO1.I.VS HOLLLV.) "
Kranich X Bach. Grand $97Cfcukenr.c ->
Wurhtzer MirrApiano $3.I1
discuss' h.s: and platform American -
Y"u arri invited to hear Mr. English: program filer
M Schulz MirrApiano Wi : Grand n u%' Bn :!dta->ting System Mate wide Mikup (,3ch'Iunda)- at .fc: p. m.. Station

11 t'sT. "o\L'1 BEA<'II \\'\\PIt..-1310: on jour dial.!

BRUBAKERMUSIC Florida Forward With EnglishHear

COMPANY Marshall B. Wood. West I'alm Beach \ttornev.. Speak for Mr. English: Krida -

6:30 p. pdl'tation WSWN I Belle fade tOO on jour dial. 1
ill I>tTf R.1 PIK) 'Eu
:6TVR PHONE !.Sl 3 Palm Beach County English! for Governor Clu:.
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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Fndav. April 16. 1943

Poppy Day Sales Wethenngton arrangements.Mrs. .will be in charge of. Mrs. Betty Taverna Mrs. Elliott Heads I West Palm Beach is the county

Plans Are Made Lois Mock gave a report on Honored At Party Cancer Fund DriveMrs. chairman. The drive will bent xt
the district meeting held recently 1 week and cooperation is ur ed.

"Members of the Post 90.American in Fort Lauderdale. A musical: Mrs Mildred Shiieppel and Mis. I A speaker will appear before the
Legion Auxiliary made plans program was presented following Dorothy Hillier entertained at Velva Elliott has beta i, Legion Post :Monday night the
for the annual Poppy Day sale at which the group presented Mr-. named chairman of the Pahokc 1: Lions on Tuesday and the Rotarians ';
Jordon and infant witha Mrs Hilher's home Monday ( district for a drive to raise fundsto on Thursday behalf of
a meeting at the home of Mrs. Kitty son 'ven-I I
Dons Wilson Tuesday night. The stroller. Mrs. Jordon assisted: ing- with a get-together party fight cancer. Jimmy Xemec of ,1: the drive.
familiar little red poppy made by Mrs. Wilson in the serving of re- (oring Mrs. Betty Taverna. a -

disabled veterans, will be sold '''fre.'lhments.lrs.. Georgia Tiboett.- er Pahokee resident now living in1Vest C S>i+'>O>C >{<><>>v<7t*>ta-*>t>-><<-><'>O><+i<<><<><>.>
throughout the PahokeeCanalPoint and Miss Ruth Herron were ,visit Palm Beach who is Mrs.
area by auxiliary memberson : ors. Shoeppel's house guest this week. {;a

May 4 with all proceeds goingto .- Mrs. Tavern has almost completely ::; ED ':
the disabled veterans. Post 9 0 Miss Dorothy Chastam, studentat recovered from a fracture ..:.
Auxiliary will also sponsor a cake Stetson in DeLand, spent the tip suffered during the hurncans I?
last fall. She ?
return to he'
sandwich and soft drink sale 11 past week end with her parent
front of the Bacon-Jones Hard- Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Chastain in home in West Palm Beach today or-: Candidate ',
and to her work 3
plans resume at
ware store on May 4. Mrs. Doris Pahokee.
the county court house the first of
i For .
....... May.Many
lovely gifts were received
_ _ _ __ _ _ FOR IMPROVEMENTs by the honoree. Refreshments 0: :: 5.:
({' s OUR SCHOOU4 cake and coffee were served by the
: StateComptroller
R Elect hostesses to Mrs. :Sue Rozelle, :\Ir'eloa .*. ..,. s1.P.b *
\ Elliott. Mrs Wilma 1IclcClenithan. -
George :\ Mrs Nola Dragon. {4a {4>

Mrs. Alice Spooner Mrs. LuciKeBelk. : I I I
h McGAMPBELLSuperintendent Mrs. Kathryn Rardin Mi 3. t..: |

Wilda 1organ.Irs.. Christine Elliott -
r Mrs. Juanita McLarty. Mrs e
'. Martha 1IcIntosh.Irs.. Jennie Mc- n
of Schools .
10 I Kinstry. Mrs. Hilda Thomas Mrs. ::> WILL SPEAK IN :.
Experienced Administrator Eleanor Holdt'nIrso Dorothy s
s a .
ZFK Experienced Educator Graham and Mrs. Taverna. + .. t

't Property Owner -.- :*> :
Taxpayer Canal Point {

Parent AT ST.\TE MEET s. ssea
.. Honest Sincere .
0 Understanding" The Pahokee Methodist Wom v

v DEMOCRATIC MAY 4 PRIMARY: I I I II was an's WSCS Society represented conference of Christian at in West the Service State Palm : : SATURDAY, APRIL 17a:

(Paid Political Adv> Beach this week by Mrs. D. \\'. <

I IoIJ.meKIRJ Cunningham. 1\lrs..J. F. Colscn. 44 AT 5 P. M.
Mrs I. M. Lair Mrs. J. V. Thomr.lrs. *. .
I:\ D. D. Caudill, Mrs. O. B. McClure 445' V
( Mrs. H. J. Anderson. Mrs. .'<4as4ss4ss4rs4 s8at4 a s4ae"as4as4ss
> >v< > vvv < si>s4>sass4s."a
Ii J. A. Dulany, Mrs. Duncan Pad-
gott. Mrs. O. D. CarPE'ntl'r.Ir".
fcr SHERIFFVot"e for'o WINNERPaid K. J. :Schroder. Mrs. C. T. Howes.
, Mrs. K. L. Pope and Mrs. T. U.
For Bv FrltmU of John Kirk II I' Burns Parker Motor Service

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4 f colors front-end-new ityKng and-even new pabfic enthusiasm: fore new 1948 Chevrolet II I

more luxuriou inte- points to a great public conviction that CHEVnorsodddafwrA.rlo -

,. Itie Big-Car beauty of round value as in popularity. Mere people' drive I

Cf""woI.'Ts"I") the by Chevrolets. according to official nationwideregistrations :

(1-. : Yo.'R qN -..dowortd's fines bodies, and more people I want Chevrolets: I ,
., -
r found only on Chev according to seven independent nationwide
economy frombetter"performance... .'i world'srobtandh with .....priced surveys than eny other make of car. Your own .
chop.pion V olve" -n-Heod engine. fl hot torv judgment will tell you that this is because
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April 16, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Pagt .nn

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. -1 ; following passage from th:;I Stork Shower For r.i-HClub j Girls-Have BEACH PARTY

SCIENTIST"DOCTRINE Christian Science textbook. "Sci- Mrs Leon Spooner entertainei

OF ATONE ence and Health with Key to theI Mrs. Chas. A. Baker Regular Meeting the girls of her Methodist Sunday-

MENT" the subject of the Le=- Scriptures" Mary Baker Eddy school class with a beach part

son-Sermon which will be read in Explaining and demonstratingthe Mrs Geo. B. Ramey and Mrs B. The 4-H girls cf Canal Point haJa at the Lake Worth Casino Sundav.

Churches of Christ, Scientist, I way of divine Science, he b- W. Wood entertained Friday even- meeting on April 14 Those attending were Phoe'j-

throughout the world on Sunday, < came the way of salvation to a'l ing at Mrs Ramev's home with a The meeting was called to ord.r Ann Ramej. Annette Mclntosh.

April 18. i I who accepted his word. From him party and stork shower in compliment by the president Francis \ViI o iJacquelvn Judy Starling. Alice Joyce Wilson.Cathev ,

The Golden Text is: "There is mortals may learn how to escape to Mrs Charles A. Baker tf Scruggs, the song leaner \\'i1>oon. Irene Holmes.

one God, and one mediator be- i from evil. The real: man being Gainesville and Pahokee. passed out the song sheets. \Ve Mary Holme Donna Lynn May,

tween God and men the man linked by Science to his :Maker, Easter lilies and roses were used sang Dixie, Ham and Eggs Short Kay and Cindy Friend. Marion

Christ Jesus.* mortals need only turn from sin as floral decorations. Miss Phoebe 'nin Bread. Dreaming our 4-H Enecks. Olive Oonzales Betty

Among the citations which com-I and lose sight of mortal selfhoolto : Ann Ramej. accompanied at tj> song and Li'l Liza Jane. We had HolU. Mrs Becky Starling. :Mr.

prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- find Christ, the real man and I piano by Mrs C. A. Moberg. sang the roll call by the secretary JoAnn H. M. McIntosh, Mrs. L. M Coi-

lowing from the Bible: "And I his relation to God. and to recognize "Rock-a-bve Baby"* as she wheeleJ Edenfield. Our Home Demon- lins. Mrs_ Lewis Friend and Miss:

will set up one shepherd: over them, the divine sonsbip" (315:327) into the living room a perambulator stration Agent talked to us about Julia Mathis:

and he shall feed them, even my filled with gifts. Contest priezs the County Achievement Dav . .

servant David; he shall feed then . were won by Mrs C. A. Batchel which is to be :May 15th.
Jones WeathersThe
and he shall be their shepherd" Mr. and Mrs Duncan Padgett and Mrs Baker. Refreshment of -Bonnie Miller, Reporter.MfTS -

(Ezekiel 34:23)). have as a guest this week :Mrs. J. ice> cream cake and coffee were -a- and
engagement approaching -
The Lesson-Sermon also includes A. Tolle of Bradenton. served by the hostesses. BIBLE CLASS
marriage of :Miss S. A. Glvr-
Invited guests were Mrs Grady The Pahokee Men's Bible Clasa
- dora Weathers of Pahokee ID:
I Echols, Miss Lois Echols. Mr continues to enjoy its usual good Thomas Earl Jones of Miami 13
attendance and interest for whichall
Maude Barfield Mrs Leda Shack-
beingannounced Miss "'eat''T'S
rhone FREE PARKING 9"S by !-
interested are thankful. Manyare
ford \lrs. Reuben Barfield. Mrs ( mother. Mrs W. F. Gallowayof
RIGIIT DOWN TOWN Leon Stevens. Mrs Sam Scrtigg- unable to be present because i Indiantown. Mr. Jones the

Fill Ip with Gasoline and Park All Day, If You Like Mrs C. A. Batchelor*. H. C. of the harvest. These are missed I son of Mrs C. T. Stewart is of

SINCLAIR STATION LOU BRANCHWest Graham. Miss Peggy Mober Mrs more than words can express. A I Svltcouqua. Ala.

W. A. Baker, Mrs David Unwin, hearty welcome awaits their return The wedding is scheduled to take
Palm Beach. Florida Opposite llontgomeryVard '
This Sunday's leason.Tia
Mrs Pete Hollon. Mrs C. A. Mo
Olive at First place in the early part of May.
berg Mrs Ralph Grimes Mr- Return from Exile as found n . -

Thurmond Knight. Mrs I. S. Gut:i- Ezra and Haggai should prove of

rie, Mrs \\". L. Brandon Mr3 much interest to those attending Cinematic ChAtter

I Adaline Stuckey. Mrs. Willie Rev. C. iloberg will lead in the
Malcolm Millar
j Ij Kemp, Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Miss discussion. The Class Quartet will By

Irene Shackford. Mrs. T. L. Jenkins sing with R. Cowart directing
i Never has Spencer Tracy portrayed -
I Mrs Billy Bridges, Mrs H. group singing. A most cordial invitation -
a better bit of dramai3
J. Clause Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, is extended to all unaffili- *
than "Cass Timberlane/
ELECT Mrs. M D. Geiger. Mrs. D. I*. ated men and visitors to attend. acting in
to be screened at the
; which is
Hooks. Mrs A. C. Libhart Mrs The class meets in Fellowship Hailon

Boyd Vertices, Mrs V. D. Home Bacom Point Road at 9:45. Prince Theatre, on Sundaj-Mon-
. aav.
John D. Rogers and Miss Nell Latham.
: -- 1\CT1CK PLAY Lana Turner is Spnecer's leac"-

Members of the Pahokee Gin log lady and she certainly gets all
Mr and Mrs Floyd Enckerson there is in her part out of it. In
Scout Troop spent Tuesday after-
I'I recently made a trip to Chicago the first part of the film she 13
noon the of the
I 111., where Mrs Erickson appearedon practising singing ball on the old
MayorQualified a torn-boy, playing
: song for the play they are plan-
on national radio program sand lot with the boys. and knocking -
I ning to present. Mrs. Parell Enecl-s .
"RFD Americaoriginat1ng from out homers like nobodv s business -
them at the
accompanied piano
i that city.NOTICE .
Scout games were also enjoyed.
Honest Economy Is midWestern -
as a
Spencer seen
Mrs David M Blt ech. assistant
OF .\SSI.LIEETISG OP I judge, whose interest in MLu
troop leader, was in charge
Turner buds and then blossoms
Your Vote and Support Appreciated SlB-DRUNiC.E DISTRICT . -
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto into love.
call of the Board of Super*l>ors of The Everglades Business an! Zachary Scott is again the nasty
Pelican Late SubDrQlnag.Dl..trr't.. the Professional Woman's Club ha=
annual meeting of the landowners' of old vilhan who steps In and almost
announced plans for conducting !i
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District ..orhe wrecks a perfect sot-up . Butthen.
year 1143 will be held at thooffice annual banquet and installation of
Zack has knack for that.
of said District In the Post Office a
new officers in the First BaptistFellowship
But:dm? at Canal Point. Palm Tom Drake. Mary Aster and Albert -
Beach County. Florida on Thursday Hall on May 5. Mrs
Dekker the principal featured -
April 29 1943 at 2.30 clock.. P. M- Doris Carter program chairman, are
lor the purposes of: players and it's a great
1. Electing a Supervisor: and members of her committeewill
Milk Means GrowthWithout 2. Receiving annual reports and be in charge of arrangement show.
taking such action with respect . See .YOU at the movie-*-Mai.
t?f.eto as the landowner, may .---
determine; and Elton Dixon who recently enlisted -
J. S .Chastain have
Mr. and Mrs.
3. Transacting such other businessas
for three in the U. S.
certain elements in his may come before the meeting years returned from a visit with their
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Of Marine Corps, is now at the Parns
I on-m-law and daughter, Mr. and
diet, baby would lack bounce and AGE PELICAN DISTRICT LAKE SUB-DR.UN-I I Island S. C.. training base. I Mrs Cl>'de Gnffies, in Rome, Ga.

Bv: R. Y. Patterson. President. I
The to and develop Pub April 9 16. 1<>48NOTIffr i
energy. urge grow .: ___ _
is hereby given that pursuant ENFORCEMENTVOTE .. '
to call of the Roar of Supervisors of i I I .
Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the East Shore Drainage District the \
annual meeting of the landowners of I I JALI'
I safest milk for your b a by. Ea-t Shore Drainage District for ,.
the year 1 office of said District In tie Pot Office -
Homogenized Milk with the all- Putlding; at Canal Point. Palm - For Bv Friend of John Kirk
Reach CounU Florida. or. Friday |I r

inl}>Ol'tantTitamin D added is for Aorta the 30 purposes 1948. at of 2_30 clock P. M I i

1 Fleeting a Supervisor: 1 1I
the choice of many mothers for 2_ Receiving annual reports and 1i
I taking such action with respect I II i

baby feeding. Be safe when you I determine thereto athe and landowners may i i iI HARLOW SIMS

3 Tran'artinK such other business.
buy milk -look for the Alfar emblem. I as may come before the mprtln.tO'RO ,
OF SUPERVISORS OF n.orld.ar II Veteran

: riSTRICT R Y ra'tf'T50n. President I I It I It I I c.\ ITK; FOR .

t Put April 9 16. 1948!


; DUE TO MALARIARELIEYED666 )kv-Canal Point District

Belle Glade - Phone 20 jf
Your Vote Appreciated




25 Year Experience in School : VOTE FORHOWELL I I.
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Administration Qualified in I EducationalAdministration

hey o n d

15 \ ears Principal Palm Beach '

High School WATKINS( the requirements the

law for the Office 01

10 Years :'upenisin-,! Principal

Fort M>ers City Schools I For Superintendent of Public Instruction County Superintendent.Will } .


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

Six The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. April 16. 1948
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Contest Develops will preceed the sermon. Hostesses for the evening were I:FOOD SALE
- The Methodist Youth Fellowshipnow Kay Sears and Angelea Sears. ; The Woman's Society of Christ-
Keen S. S. Interest meets at 8 p. m. on Tuesdays: No Junior Fellowship this wee't ian Service will hold a food salei
. special meeting on Wednesday i Saturday. April 17th. at the Methodist -
rather than the old time of 7:30
Swinging\ into a fine lead the April 21 at 3:30. | Sunday School Building. Sale
Junior Boys class of the Canal Thursdays. The Tuesday meetings -A_. Starts prompt at 11 o'clock.
are designed to avoid all conflict
Mr. and Mrs. Point Methodist I .
Clifton Ursry of Sunday School with other meetings. --
Pahokee announce the birth of a taught by Mary Helen Hooks Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and
The Young Married Fellowship Mrs. T. M. Chastain has been
son. Edwin\ Wayne at the Everglades rounded Cape Horn and was the son, Mike and Mrs. Morris Adams I
enjoyed a fine evening of fun in the
guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. R. L.
Memorial Hospital on first class to plant its flag on
the new Sunday School Building were guests of"relatives in Fort (Sam) Chastain in Palm Beach fcr
April 9. foreign soil in the new Sunday . the first party held there. Lauderdale on Friday. j several days.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Rowland of School Contest. They have a com- I

Fahokee announce the birth of a fortable lead of 3.000 miles over __ _ u__
son Ronald O'Neal at the Ever- the Junior Girls Class and the
gldes Memorial Hospital on April Woman's Bible Class who are tFFrrFrr rFr.Frr FrrFrrS
8. fighting it out in second place. All sen = >
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Keller of three classes have left their row-
Lake Harbor announce the bird boats and are now sailing in trim
of a daughter. Bonnie Gail at tne sailboats. Greatest advance of the: # .e W. P. WALKER
Everglades Memorial Hospital on week was made by the Woman's
April 8. Bible Class with\ Mrs. W. P. Pop.
-- as teacher the class righting their
a o
boat which was upset at the start
Rev. Moore MovedTo
and passing ay of the other classes Announces His

Lake Worth with the exception of the two mentioned ri55aae Candidacy ForReElection
above. Attendance last
sun-I 0
Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and day was 120. just five short of tJ Asa
eon, Larry have moved to Lake goal of an average o
Worth where Rev. Moore will organize 125 . the latter figure being:
double that of the attendance -
a Church of the Nazarene average
under assignment by John Knight, I'a years ago. If you haven't )(,,' I :- :
Nazarene district superintendent.Before seen how the contest works and if CITY CLERKIn

- his resignation last week" you are not now active in Sundav l '.- f
Rev. :Moore was pastor of th .
Church of the Nazarene in Paho- this joyful service of learning of t
kee coming here from Clearwater. the Master and sharing His Work. I ,

Fla. two and a half years ago. He j "Facing Frustration" will be th- I.' ,! The Forthcoming Pahokee
was also secretary of the Paho- theme of the sermon on Sunday : .r-
i at 11. The text will 1J(' ,
kee-Canal Point Ministeril Association j morning yx e oa :
of the Ministers of the found in the account of Moses 3tia .
Lake Okeechobee Region. struggle as leader of the childrenof ; 1 '
Rev. Moore will conduct Church I Israel and his final glimpse of WI ; City Election May 4th.
of the Nazarene services in tne the Promised Land before his !: .. f fj. o
Lake Worth city auditorium on death. We will seek an answer .
Sunday mornings and evenings anda I the scriptures and experience to ..._ ,
midweek night service each I the problem of why we so often
week. are not allowed to see the fulfillment !- You Can Get. . Your Consideration Appreciated g
--- I of our labors. In the evening o

Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Gencarcelh service at 7:30 we will considerthe a

of Westerly. R. I., announce the message for today in the account MOREROADS Diuinjr the year that I have served you as Cii. a
birth of a daughter on April 4. of "Eleazer's Sword Grasp"*
Q Clerk I have (endeavored all times to render a
Mrs. Gencarcelh is the former which was so great that his fingers -
Louise Elarbee. daughter of Mr. had to be pried from the hUt Q serviceof which the citizens and taxpayers may 0

and Mrs. Harry M. Elarbee of Pa after the battle. How do wo hold to With Paul RardinAs I 0 well\ feel proud. Upon re-election I shall continue 0

hokee. our faith? A gospel song service I Q to do those things which make for an efficient
Your CountyCommissioner
0 office.EXPERIENDE. 0




Candidate For "'I "' .oIIIIIIII".oIIIIIIIJ.oIIIIIIII"441"4

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FRIDAY. APRIL 16 5:45 p. m.
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W. E. Earl ROEBUCKWill :t ,' 3 '::,. Experience
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appreciate your Vote and SupportREELECTION 0 County Resident .1. ... ,.' .:; "J 1 Graduate Two FBI La.v

Enforcement and Crime

IN Educated Palm Reach .' Detection Schools

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and Palmer College Dept.of Justice, Sheriff's
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BEACH Veteran World War 11 'e ience


J "-OL' KNOW r 0Qualifications I EMRY C. PICKREN!

Has Worked, Studied and Trained Constantly To Improve His
& Experience
_--- 0 Knowledge of Enforcement, Crime Prevention and Crim-

.A: Vote for "Roebuck" is also a vote for inal Detection.

"Pat" Reese Assistant Solicitor.
Experienced CITY Police Methods -
t Pol. Ad Paid for bv: Kriond.. of W K Roebuck j a
Experienced COUNTY Law Enforcement
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a 3;Yc:K;K;k:?G 4-'es;ii: : '':ai3s? :.i:_:_:h:i. H i<:.4;>K '' Pahokee Band Off I only Class of entering C band the to earn State the contest privilege 1IethodistVomen

,.tY1. winning division one ratings in

? To State MeetingIn all phases of competition includ-
s ing concert playing, sight reading Mrs Earl Maxson presented inc
spy HEAR an'" drill. At the State contest it program at the April meeting of
: St; Petersburg will compete in concert sight the Canal Point Methodist ',"om-
reading and drill with the 10 other an's Society of Christian Service
Class C bands throughout the held at the home of Mrs. Donal
I Juege Richard P. Robbins svaQ An inspired Pahokee High state which also won the honor o' Kepp with Mrs. C. 1:.. Stuart. president
School Band performed beautifully taking: part in the state festivalat presiding. Mrs. Maxson was
< ? under the baton,of Henry Fillmoreof .
other district contests. assisted by Mrs ". T. Blair and
ssa < = Miami, composer and past president Since Bandmaster Lampi organized Mrs. J. P.:Parker. Mrs. J. S. Har-
9 ." of the American Bandmaster the Pahokee High School Band rington led the devotional Plans

f OVER WSWN : ? Association in a concert at Me eight years ago it has consistently were made to send delegates to the
*> v April meeting of the Pahokee Par- ranked high in competition with WSCS conference in West Palm

ent-Teacher Association held in other groups of its class within the Beach this week. It was announcedthe

| : the high school auditorium on state. This year's 47-piece aggregation group will sponsor a food sago
TONIGHT (Friday) At 5:30: t tt Thursday night of last week. Mr.has is the largest in the history on Saturday. April 17. with pro-
several occasions
Fillmore on of the band and this spring, witn ceeds to go toward the purchase of
honored the Pahokee Band by ap- funds raised through PTA and flower baskets and palms. for th-
4 pearing with the band on public band
AND AGAIN : public subscription the was church.
as guest conductor.The SMr -
programs completely outfitted with smart'
< > program included several :f newWest Point style"' uniforms and Mrs. Charles A. Baker
t y :!: Mr. Fillmore's own compositions. i of blue and white. have returned to Gainesville aftera
: I three state contest and two "sight Included in the band's personnel visit with her parents. Mr. and

4 s osus readnig" numbers and a trombon? are Margaret Powell. Betty Jo Mrs. B. W. Wood in Pahokee and

v I duet by Jack Major and Billy Barwick. Patsy Jensen Dicky At- his parents Mr. and Mrs. \V. A.
Rawls. At the conclusion of thi kins Lois Echols Helen Howes. Baker, in Canal Point. Mr. Bakeris
tai i program Mr. Fillmore congratu- Chandler Mclllwain. Patsy :Max- majoring in agricultural engineering

4"i :-:-:-:-ass:-:s:ss:assassaos:ss:ssr:'s:asass ss'as'ssissass: : I lated Bandmaster Robert O. Lamr-i son. Charles McCurdy, Sidney at the University of Florida.Let's .
for the excellent, performance of Canithers Hele Stokes. Barbara

his band. Jenkinson. Carol Snyder and
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i On Thursday of this week tl.> Blanche Stevens, clarinets: Murray -
KE-EIJCT: Pahokee High School Band left for Weeks. Herbert Walston. PromoteA 1 l
I the State Music Festival and Con- Charles Sears. Barbara Wilkinson!!
test in St. Petersburg. At the recent Scruggs Who's BeenTRAINED
JOHN R. BEACHAM Calvin Padgett George Man
I Music Contestin
District One and Robert Hatton. cornets; Bet- !
West Palm Beach it was the ty Joe Brooker, Walta Nell HuiJ.

Nina Russom Gloria Henderson.
Joan Sheppard and Ina Russom."
I State
saxophones: Joy Padgett. Barbara
Classified Ads Wroten and Carol Snyder flutes; For the Job ofGOVERNOR

a Eddie Stanley piccolo; Peggy Lyn

!1 Shirley, oboe"; Steve Kirk bassoon;
_ I Senator SEPTIC cleaned tanks and and repaired.grease Phone traps Anna Lee Hurt Myra Lee Cru- '

,w1 9 thirds and Dicky Johnson horns;
3872. Bob Doutbit Pahokee. M17c i
PALM BEACH COUNTY Frank Rozelle, Jr.. and Tony Live-

j FOR SALE: New and used WillysJwps. j Iv. basses' : Lee Shirley and Eugene

I' Walter Ashley Garage in ,I McCall, baritones; Jack Major
President of
Past Dolle Glade Phone 126 Jllcn : Wiilard M
'I' gan. trombones: Dwight Geiger,
the State Senate 'j
FOR SALE: 1936 Pontiac roadster Harlan Sears' and Ray Hatton.

I new paint in good condition drums; Yvonne Fraser: belte. Or. .

I with $.5 radio, $375, see parade the band is led by Joan
Ardent Supporterof Harry Waldschlager or call 4002Pahokfe. : McLarty, drum major and Joan

Water Control Tucker Gwen Gant Rita Fay
Hurt and Hheta Abowd majorettes. -
CAI.VEs: ron SALE: Jerseys,
Plan .
guern<>t>yl". holsteins. heifer Y
Senior Class members who ar
j calves, from one day to a week old ,
f''n'ingth"ir last in the bard
510 up. See H. G. McGouirk. Pa. : year

I "There Is No Substitute For hokee.-- AlGcn- -. .I KchoN.include Helen Margaret Howes.Powell Helen Lots k 9 roc s'

ROOM: FO UREVT: Private bath Stokes, Barbara Jenkinson. Dicky

Experience In The Senate" private entrance room is extra ,Johnson. Joy Padgett. Barba-a
; large and cool. Phone 2281 or 4942. I; Wroten. Eddie Stanley Betty Jo
I Brooker Walta Nell Hull. Fran
I- Boyd Vorhees Canal Point Fl* ,
Ap23iHl.OR Rozelle Jr. Harlan Sears Ray
I Democratic Primary May 4,1948SHERIFF
Hatton Gwen Gant and Joan Mc Few have
I men ever broughtto
SALE: Holland celery setters I Larty.nEPKESEXTATIVK. the office of Governor of our

complete; Land levellers . state, the experience and,
Six-inch seed bed I I
prayers pumpj.Fourinch .
first-hand knowledge of our state

"/l/IJ/ '''THE and 1,500 pumps ft. pipe.for sure Two-inch rain 11''I ILL government bring to that the Colin state Englishwill capitol

pumps. One-inch pumps. Field I I State Representative B. Elliott
when he is elected Florida's newt
boxes. Athey wagon. W n e e 1 i I i I of Pahokee was confined to hs
Governor! He has proved his
wagons. A frames. Seed bed cov-i i home Wednesday and Thursday
ftlllrJPaid ability as a leader, a statesman
ers. Fertilizer Spreaders. St'hsoilers. this week on account of illness Mr.
and executive. He is the
For By Friends of John Kirk Mole drain machine Fiv- Elliott is slowly recuperating from
for the
candidate who
inch Fairbanks Morse Centrifugal 'a serious operation performed last past
pump Call HULL PACKING ,. summer and it will rx> a while before eleven years has been trainedfor
There Should Be the of Governor. He is
COMPANY 2751 PAHOKKK. heis fully able to be back "job"
AprlSch ,, in the harness. the one man who con take over
NO TAX I I the reins of Chief Executive of

the State of Florida without any
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M ,.stlil.I" fishing beats ::1 1 .\K. THE FRiENDs AND VOTERSIIO ,I I'I loss His of experience valuable time and!knowledgeof

wrf farm equipment says 'I AltE M'l'POKTINO . . state governmental affairs
j' have been gained through his ..

FULLERWARREN :I: E. W. SCRAMLINFOR :i eleven successful continuous service os a years member of

.4 of the Governor's Cabinet, and
s'd-t w c9 Other important state boards

and commissions during the
administrations of three

governors.We .

REGISTRATION Floridians who are
All Florida's Candidate for Governor paying for this advertisement

Hir\r mr candidate, ifppiirutnitt. Ehrn an are privileged to express the
T han do everything ia my power a. Governor to correct will verse u* well Ira strong conviction of the thousands
this unjust levy. The.. boats and farm equipment do not use .-Hie.... of other men and women cf our

our highway system for which this laIC is intended . cur fishing 1 1. I state who believe that the best
Ho n well qualified over 20 years
and farm industries and other non-highway easotiD.&Ser. interests of All Florida will be
>f ffre experience: a re. h.knt and property owner for
should be encouraged by lilting this lax- 23 yrars.Ho served by voting for and electing!

Fuller! Warren r.'IC'or.s.t v, }-..enhe road:. I le war's the cjei a":1 tC Honest an-1 Courteous has dealt with the public for

says he will advance the i .!m:1 ta jet a real breaV.firoujh the past 13 years without rrplajr.t. [COLIN'] ENGLISH

interests 01! all: the r('cPe: c! en expar.de-i:: Hea'thcr.d Ho plf'ds't"JI; strict Attention t.. the office ref Registration an!
Welfare Frojron: : prov.iITJ ;: : Aili endeavor to Irnpro1'mf'eod.* and service at all tim_.
rioriJj: lie is crr0''*! t* a .
better c'J' assrceegenera
sales' tw: He var.U. ae Gcver- Did \<>u know that we have a registration of or.ly appror-*! GOVERNOR:
And risen he is your -..t"3,0.10: out cf a p-.Uton: of over H2. nrAi.ile Bro.
15 return the Stele -f'ine tree n"r. you want lave is 'seeCro'perity" "r.' (''''jrty ha. arprrnmat{'lv 23.(1110) registration from :a
th.aug''i an te.-. any one t3 see' Fu":er\Varren ("'pv.lation of about 5O.142: \Ve believeur figure can at tl A The May 4thi

live te!;resaticn: rrogr-1. J s His <;iocr v.i: Le cpen to every ; 4ld t.- increased. if >-,h' are of tie: !same N.'!ief i Democfat'C' Primor es

warts Letter !arri-a-niatet; :.et citizen ol FloriJa! \OTI: II \\' tth FOR (011 C\M:' >II>\TI:
I ,
tntr It Cta isgbs! M..dat 1,01 at
i1 d 0 ctock wen tae State AtC Mvtwwlc"riday

WIN WITH WARREN him overVJXO Mon. 1 :'!(U p. n. w.... C&... f.pi.h .....1".........
i J./Je........ 0.r e seer .f .... 33IN
Paid fir bv F"nend- I -1"09".,.,.,......" ..04.

pisUic.l .4...id lot 'w ......of f.a.. Wex....lLI i .--=--__- _ I, is,I. es fo_"Cel 1.-.

Eight ''Tie Everglades: New. Canal Point. Florida Friday Apnl 16 194SFlondaS :
Woman's Club Has DONATES $100 I
I The Pahokee City Council at a :
Luncheon MeetingThe I regular meeting in the city hall ;"I SEAT COVERSWE f
place in Tuesday night voted a contributionof
the sun rests upon Pahokee Woman's Club at 1 $100 toward the construction of ;1 : HT AM CAR !'
the kind of state mad I the National Guard armory suppl/ I, I,
and local government a luncheon meeting loom in Belle Glade. Other tha $13.95 to $55.00
plans to act as host at the Pall 1 il 11
the of current
authorizing payment
we ha\e to offer. Beach County Federation of Worn
the only official action ; ,
bills this was I
an's Clubs: meeting to be held i in 1'1 ,
the council took at the meeting -
Pahokee on May 6. starting at
NO ONE CAN SUCCESSFULL1CHALLENGE :' 12:3 10:30 Op.a.m.m. with a luncheon at .-. :i PAUL'S.SERl.ICE STATION Ii
THATSTATEMENT Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure hadas I
The group voted to sponsor tishowing II CANAL POINT, FLORIDA :
: guests over the weekend his' 1- l
of the motion picture
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ,I I
"Carnegie Hall at the Everglade
Theatre on the nights of April 29 Mrs. Guy McClure of Oklahoma I
Remove All I and 30, proceeds to go into the who have been spending the winter
with relatives in Fort Pierce.
fund being raised for the completion -- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSWeek's
of the public swimming pool
Mrs Louis Davis will be in charg
i cf arrangements. It was announced -
Doubt ?
I that toe State Federation Convention -rh\s \-
will be held in St. Petersburg "

April Parnell 21-23.Enecks. Mrs J. 11 I. ', I m '" -
Elect Mrs. '

Elliott the candidates list and of for candidates Mrs president Frank for, \anoi Fnenc heade-.; ( \\f\ 1\JCJ\ I JlJ 'V-

club offices recommended by tt i
nominating committee. The annual
11 '?th election of club officers will tak<

i f! ing.place at the next business: meet Johnson Cash GroceryStreamline

Mrs. Rupert :Mock and Mr*. \\'

H. Jones arrangements were in charge Mrs Helen of luncheon Potter -. Specials For Friday and Saturday OnlyXTUKAML1NK

West Palm Beach was


Florda Military Academy at Sc
Petersburg recently issued Goo
Conduct Ribbons to eleven of SUPER SUDSLg.Pkg..33c
their Cadets. Raymond Christia- -
Pahokee< among the Cadets r*"-
ceiling this merit of honor. Cad
Christian is the son of Rajmon. BAKE'R11E You can't bake wrongBAKERITEJ
the local Cheoro1eDealer. _
W. A. (Bill) SHANDS ::Christian. V "


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Prince TheatrePahokee ---y-- WFLA $1.17 3 for .u_.__._... 28c



NO. 2 CANS NO. 2 C.ssIXW"U.. IIOtxK

He knows will tion not about require our state expenmenta- 2 for ............ 29c Can .............. 21c Pound ...... ... 49c
problemslie April 8-19

knows about our municipal il'j

FLOUR KEROSENE Grapefruit Juice
He i! not dealing in platitudes
He has the courage to do something "Cass Timberlane'starring I ,, 2 C\NS

He is confident that busmess-hko I 25 Ibs. m____ $1.93 5 gals. .m__.... 77c 3 for -::---- : 26cARY

government is now our prime

He He is is need actually not dodging seeking the remedies issue Spencer Lana racy Turner, ? C !; SALT :D= I CIGARETTES

lie will WORK to put them into Zachary :JScotlUNKLE : +CA"AfE. rue RAva" 2 F mRunning .\\A. POPIU\K BK\M
effect Carton
,.." m. Round Pkg... 17c ...u. $1.79
He has not "can't be done" -

He does complex not think a general sales -: -HANK:"1.41SPEA11NG
tax is necessary and he 'lll.iln'to !

passed a general sales tax If C"i'EH1CAL--.l\QUOR OF CANCEROUS AND Western f-& ?tMEAJS'Nanve

You can't
go wrong IS T'MOST DEADLY :
with Bill ShandsSenator I CAN THINK.know .
i l .. ::0- OF.v' I Laurel Leaf I Western Western

hat toward! Shands gamed wicccss is the winning confidence because: his way he of .! .{, _\ .... c.,.. '-?" LA R D STEW BEEF NECK BONES

the peopleHe f4'0.I',
}.1 pct Prt -1 Pounds Pound Pound
think straight and talk the
language the people understand -i ,"L'j'
. and appreciateThe : 4 91c 29c ISc
truth and nothing rise

W. A. successful' businessmen know The Spread that I \ViI'o'on's!

that e>*xl L reanl CHEESE
Betters Your Bread EGG
(Bill) SHANDS smooth motors are important tot.rlI"
L''r.tlnt'(1 success .w"
Pound wl..sou's&diicd
kro'* that our service is t:; ;, Dozen
fin-t to, Nfuurd anywhere and 33c
Florida's we ar' pr ud to two of !'t't\!<'e h' 48c MARGARINE 47c
y. .j \-.0 extern Easter Oree- 1'"uncI
:r.,* to cat h of cjr man'friends.

Man of the .


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