The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
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April 23, 1948
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Manning Keen New :I Girl Scouts Receive High Honor Won Fraser Asks For Votes I More Candidates

Four Xew :Members
i In Comptroller Race

Lions PresidentManning j i Bv Pahokee! Band ,I i In Pahokee Races
F Jatt' '
j 'lIT now 3:1 : for mcn- Edwin G. tEd> Fraser Saturday:

'JLer-hip to the Pahokee Gill SCO-IT. afternoon asked Glades voters toreelect

I. Keen, l local agent f-,r Troop attended the regular troop The Pahokee High School Band
him to the office of state Kr.trit s in the: Pahokee polio "
the Standard Oil Comrany, was j sue -.tllgat the First Methodi-t piiiie! and joy of the Pahokee-Can- comptroller hand restore to the chief race went up to three on

fleeted: president of the Pahokee Church Tuesday aft..1 nOn. They n! lint communitwon: high minds and souls of the peoplef Wednesday of this week when Albert -

Lions Club at the annual election I were Annette Mclntosh. N a > fcrnorat the State Music Festi\il ]Florida a belief in the democrat.c Gant and ".. L. Boat right announced -
of officers held during the li iichcon Friend J(-,'mine Mo' k .
and Haz JI l r ::d Contest in St. Petersburg fast |principles upon which our government ; their intentions of seeking -

meeting Tues lay. Chaney.:: I weekend. was founded. the job now held by Chief

Other new officers elected wee I The scouts: under the directionof Under the baton of BandmastcRobert. / "You eople of Palm Beach Altman Morgan.

, Paul Till:ry, first: vice president; j Mrs. J. T. Boynton. troop captain O. Lampi the band was I CC'tmtht"I't'1 elect me in 1916.tht' ." Tom<< Kirk and Robert Douth'

R. J. Schroder second vice presij j spent: most of the afternooniehearsing awarded first division rating si i Baker county nursery operatortold are f't'E'kingth(' council<< position

dent; Dr. Emil J. Graham, thir-1 the playlet! and singing I sight reading;: and second division I a downtown audience. "It i-5 now held by Don Hillier wh-

vice president; T. D. Stewart, se-::: j I the songs; which they will pre- o:'t rating in concert playing. Led oy not your fault, nor mine that I : has not announced his intentions.I. .
retary; S. F. (Dick> Parrish. j I Ion the program at the May meet- Drum Major Joan McLarty and am not now serving as your Matt ,! J. Frasure; is a candidate for .1
treasurer: .0\. C. Santo L'on tamer? i; ing of the Pahokee Pi'rent-Teach-: Majorettes Jean Tucker Gwcn t comptroller in Talahas! ."* council seat in group
Leon $pconer tail twister; R. B j; er Association: on Mrv 10. Members I Gant. Rita Fav Unit and Ihe'a I Fraser reviewed his nomination I,/ now held by Frank Shaughnessvj : ::

Sin-onsen and J. M. Elliott merrber. i i of Belle! Glade Girls Sco-it Abowd the 52-nnii: band marched I 1 by the state" democratic executive I j who hanot made a publr1I

.* of the hoard of directors. Troop 3 were :invited to be ti-! I I through intricate patterns of drill i committee:: as the successor to the j' statement in regard to seeking rr-

J'tries Xemec: of West Pa'm guests._ of ,the. Pn h.k.E': troo; it !r! to win another fir..t division rat1 I 1 late J. ,I. U(. his election in the J I,, e'lec.i1c'n.Th. .

Beach, chairman of the Palm :n \ "': : ':r.': io,:. T'-e Pahokee geupras; to-- ::-- ::< : al; election t-- !...,rror"s! tx- j tvoun three council :s.>ot

Ba"h C nrty committee of tale: --.- e'I! in Class C r-omrwti'ion: onlv :f-i=n! of vs coni'vi.i inn> aril the !, now held! by Marshall Lair is boj .

American: Cancer Society was 'hv the 701'"C' Lake Wales! and 'oort battle in ,' he was 'ul-'d j i iineligible. inp sought by Orin S. Bacon. TvTi.j .

guest speaker. Introduced >:v Revival Planned ,, the f':>-pif't' Qrlnry hand ouch ..' i 1 j !L- .- 'vis not made a pubHo! statI ->-

James A. Stafford program chair- ; which won first division ratings -.- I I ment in regard to seeking rt>-t>It'c'

man. Mr. Nemec outlined plans : For Canal PointThe all phases: of competition. !; I Ii
for the county drive to raise fun-J-f: ;' Loral residents who were fr.ite --"--. i Flood) Control Is Morpan's official announr-

f for cancer research.A 1 I t' enough to hear and see t'' I ment appeared in this newspajvseveral -

report on the inspection of tlie; If'tr..listltc.1 of Can l Pahokee Band in action at P t. days Boatrisn:

site for the proposed Glades-Coin- I i Point will be the scene of a wec't Petersburg got a thrill from H qfen! Nearer Goal I has made no official statement to

ty airport on Bacom Point made of Revival services beginning Monday !smart appearance and expert per- I this newspaper as yet. His formal

recently by CAA officials ws I I April 2*>. The services will b* formance. Among these were Pri.i- ; announcement is in this issnie.
; coral and Mr?. D. D. Cau iII, Mr. Iand j WASIIOTON: The Bureau of I
Mr. Gant's
given by J. M. Elliott who accom- i led by the Rev., Edward S. ; official announcement -
panied the officials as a representative I crty of Feaster Memoriil 00'1-1 i Mrs. O. I). Carpenter Mrs. C*. 1 the Budget approved Tuesday a' is in this issue. In it he point;
A. Major Mrs. A. Q. Howell Mr?. :| ;$20' .OOOOtO< State-wide flood con-
of the club. An invitation in Miami. p.eDnt..rty is well I out that he is a member of th-
I C. L. Ssiriej-.Mr! G. C. McLarty, trol program drafted for Florid i
from the Clewiston Lions Club was known and loved in the Canal I 1 Association of Police

read in which Pahokee Lions wee Point and Pahokee area as the Mrs. Rocrt'C> J'."a.-pi. iliss by the Army EngireereAnnouncement f'c'.rr!'! And .3?"o a member of thetlcrida

I pastor of the Canal Point churcn cilla Lampi and W. W. Smith.n"-I of'the nppravai i Peace Officers Association -
asked to be guests at a bar been a from Senator Holland came
I in the years 1912-44. __ I He wants it known that iff"1f.ctN.
at the Clewiston Golf Club on -
1 ', who said he anticipates theprogram
: Services will lye held each eveninp. he will do everything in
April 29.Bouquets. will!) b*> subMitted imme'li -
I Monday: through Friday April j his power to render! an efficientservice.
', 25-30 at S:00: o'clock. Sunday Services State :Meeting Of |i iately to Congress by the Kngimiers. .

on May 2 will b at 11OO and Church Women 'rs.Thf' Mayor T. C. Richardson: L. opposed -

Handed ';:30. Dinner on the ground will i i iI program previously hadbeen : l in the mayoralty<< race ;oy

] cleared by the Department of John I). \\'. P
follow the Sunday Morning Servo I A State Meeting of the UnitM: j Ropers. City Clerk

Band After DrillSeveral with each family bringing it's Sur.- I Council) of Church "'omt'n11 s'ehell j Interior. Walker i. unopposed at the time
The must be authorized
rid dinner to be shared by all. in Winter Haven April 27 3'11 j program f going to prrps. Qualificationswill

I Tuesday has: been st aside J3 i 2*. with headquarters at the Haven I'I IHotel. by Congress and fund! approp / close at midnight tomorro'A-
ated before it can t>e iin.lertaken.Plans .
verbal bouquets were : Youth Night i with a service cfj i Miss Mabel Head reprofent.itive i j < Saturday) nipht.
call for construction over
handed the Pahokee Hiph School j social interest to young people. I of the U.C.C.W. tho'I ---.--
several I
Band and Bandmaster Robert O. I Three Cottage Prayer Meetings: United Nations will be the guest |j years.
i Budget Bureau approval wa
Lampi by the judges following tiIr swill be held ,.simultaneously;; speaker also Bishop H I. I. uttit. !
i ;given: in a letter from I.. C. Mai *- 4.330
hand's performances at the State i Friday: April 23. at S.OO: p. m. Planning: ; to attend from ti- | RegisteredGlades
tin. chief of the division of estimates -
Music Contest in St. Petersburg j j The minister! will visit! all thrj ->- Council of Church Women of th' i!
;;, to Secretary the Arm"
last weekend. j meetings but the: active lead.T! hit> Pahokee-Canal Point area: Mr. A. DistrictHere's
In remarking about the drills of I of the meetings; will he carried 0.1 I:. Harrington of the Canal Point
"I ithorize.l the Director -
am a by
the Pahokee Band Dr. William by I.iyprople. Homes in which the M-then"t Church: Mr?. J S.: Char-
of B'irea" of the Budget t
the >
Revelli of the University of Michlpan ''services" will he held are: North tain of the Canal Point Baptistftiurth how Palm Heath county'srecord

!"Maneuvers very well exj:j Frank M. Wilson: South.: D.lmar I : Mr R. D. Durrance of advice you there is no objection to registration ..f 32.761 voters
the submission of this report to
f''uted-rn' and smart: 'aa'l ; L. Hooks" ; Townsite." Earl Wilon.j I the Church of God: Mrs.: C. M. "* for the IAV primaries was classified !'

impressed by the proup's "boopiewoopie" ---.- i Todd of the C'hurchf the Nazarene Conpres; by Capt. De\\'itt Upth...jrrov.,
i Senator Pepper specialty he 8..1..1. f't"- | I : Mrs. Sam McKmstry. jr. if county supervisor!' '.f registration
Reed Takes
j Jasper have expressed hope they can
ial feature effective. i
very j I t i the Holy Nativity Episcopal Monday:
Paul Y xler of Chicago famou- i. Special Florist Course l llrl'hIr: John A. ulany of. get: the Senate to wnt authori:a- m'ratJ. 3O/r": Republican.
tion for the State-wi l program
composer and arranger of band the Pahokee Methodist Church. :!.3"I< ; indp>ndnts, 272: no parts
nation-wide, omnibus floralcontrol
pjc!". was one of the judges at mto a affiliation whatever 30; Progre1sive. << *-
Jasper W. Reed son of MnDonald .
-- -- bill now before the IInuw.
the state contest last year ardacrain I B. Kepp of Canal Point. which fl> 4; Socialist 2; Prohibition 1.
this :year. The Pahokee B.ind survey upon Of the total of voters. 17.713 art
is in taking a special slwtcourse
Chicago Mrs.: G. B. Ramey Has Knsri.ers made their recommer-
playt l two of his con'positions."Southern ; fir florists at Bn'cht's males and 1 ..021. f..mal..s."om"1
I dations authorized under legislation -
Cross Overture" and"Gypsy wa-
i j School)l of Floral Design This Birthday Party ;. itnumbred men among, Republican -
introduced RoprrMI -
Princess Overture. in th :, i! by Rep.
school, the leading one of its kind I)."'a I voters' 1.211 women and 1.1 1.5men
contest. After the Kind's
perforriance -
; bus ;atudt-; r.ts from all parts of. Vie:, Mrs L. W rrn'tronort.rtu- tiring rf'cieh'.1Thr !
Mr. Yoder told Bandmaster I .
i United States: and several foreign f'd at her home on &.. .m P'int -.- registration by l.r".tjO ithe
Lampi.! "You have improve l th'< :j i Fifth (' onf"r' *
i countries. u.gassy .-.. omml" ?
; Road:' M. r lay niF'-.t with t :
band wonderfully since last ; Girls Of Canal
year j this schooling the tin- r- and polling places'
j Btakmc i : hr! >rrg Mrs "> U. !
--a fine performance and a finojob I' florist! keeps in torah; wit*> i Ilamrv on !her: birthday nnn.v-r- Point Hold MeetingT I Pet. Voter

of conductive" excellent inter- j!j! all tp!: latest ilt-vel.ipmer.ts in t::- sari: Many lovely gifts" were r"- :-1 Oirwi prwnt Sport Shop 47..
Yoder adlednlls !.
Mr also
pretation. i floral business tie learns the principles '*>:wi bv the honoree Ts.> h'>.i I'abok.Ford Garage 1.231

.n.rd very well. i of floral art "hich eiwb! : was assisted' :n the serving of rfre.hments ..- r--t-rt: --r. Wed: ('- !S.iv. April i! 37 f"hntW'n. West'. Store S.***
21.,1 .t> f' \i.f! r.htIP Amer l 1.&**
::m! to make !lovelier arrangemensit "f ice cream cake ai 1 191' j ffftito

!. the public coffee bv Mrs. P te Olivijre Score t y S'Hith flay City Hatl 31
Local schools were dismissed fo- I < j Tilnretire was railed! t<> '" |
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the week at 1 p. m. T'hursdav :in I rries were won by Mrs! Cbivigf' ; dby the pr"'. ifJ T.t. France
t.\: .. \\ ...n \ Ie..:... Jack PhjlliPJXrs Myrr- Four- : Total 41..
order that facutly memirs woulihe |1 'i :1"f' sang; hf"f'amuiu.nnv "..* ,

sHe to attend the annual meinp *- The1.. Strvice .,f t".' tair. and Dr Arm..t'..,nsr: j t \ Air Corps". Flan and -

of the .',.rt.1.\ Educational A.- I I F'f"tI..t>t...:: t C": .It -b sea hP Others ttendine were M' and Eggand, White Coral P..JI.-- J H Bann-lrk left Saturday C.-

!sticiation in Miami on Thursday I r 1 t.roadca't'f'r WSWN= wth the 'I' Mrs! II C craha"'r and Mr The seeretars .1.. Ann FA"nfpJ.f. r >i'!;am N" (" where: be will etit- .

evening and Friday. I I Paster. Rev C T H,'wes rising n. A C Lh'art. Mrs, Jack Phillip j'E called the roll and read the rr. tn- the: Duke University hospital f"fMr

;;_ the sermon subjt; -(;,\tt-r tp Mr P, it:,:* Rirf. GrB P..m.- |; utes.f the last ratir.r: The pres-' treatment

Mr and Mrn. H M McIntosh the Fracrwr.ts! The Music will .v I I mr-1 Pete Chivigrjr.' | Jrt asked for new\ art.] old hoLC! --.-- -. .

spent the weekend In St.: Peteri- I I furnished by the Youth Choir under -- -. r.%!s-'" Shirley: Ar.n Ammons and Jo W C Ar..%kxn of Mt.ntp -

burg visiting their on. Kernet'S. i I the dirrctlcc of Mr R O PddIobrn: i. rprndaif ill j Ann Gisofj cave a mry \Vest V* i a a guest of he.-

cadet at the Florida MilitantAcademy LarcpTie Pastor wIl use lit"Ever.unc ..'IdAI in the Key with Dr. and i lion on making tomato mula-J. Th iwn-in-l and daughter. )'b..Nt
: who wa celebrating his nrsfAye at S:00: p. rn. Mrs C Wr and sons. George i reeetirg Was adyeirredForme Mr. James A Stafford, ir. Pahnkee.

birthday anniversary. the: t.nrrYf': Would See Jesus. a"l Edgerton. Millar. P..porter. .

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Two The Everglades: News. Canal Point. Florida Frdiay, April 23. 1943

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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I

Estabished! 1924 Published Every Friday I ELECT
Subscription Price 82.60 Year In AdvanceThe .. \ ..-

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn T. Harold Williams.I : >

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter "

Paul Uardin Owner, Editor, Publisher! !
Solicitor ?
County ;-.
Canal Point Baptist Church with
May Fellowship Mrs. Lwl Lence co-chairman oJ;: I .. .. i.. ::
Planned For May 7 the CSR committee, in charge.
She will be assisted by Mrs.V.. T. IIAUOL1)ILLIAMS \\a- bom in 19ti1S: i'1 Lake City. F1or 1a! theounjrot of
The annual May Fellowship K. Buchanan. 7 c .ilti.rt>n. the son of a railroad emplov ee. Attem'ed! the public school's of Colum-
sponsored by the PahokeeCanalPoint --. .. I 1 li ia (Count, Florid: and graduated from the VnherMty of Florida with L. L. P.. in
Council 6f Church Women
will be presented on the evening of I and proven trial attorney. with Fourteen years continuous experience :-
.May 7.The. Cinematic ChatterBy except for 37 months military -cr\-ice. enlisted grade, hieing honorably-
Pahokee programill be Malcolm Millar J ch! -:red, from Coast Guard September :!8. 11)45.)

conducted at the Pahokee First WILL assure speedy and economic pro ution of cases of merit that should be
Baptist Church with Mrs. H. L. Talk about smash show biznes. 1 tried.
S chairman of Christian So- jou'ie going to see it at the Prince i
cial Relations committee in chargi Theatre come this Sunda>-Monday -
of arrangements. The programwill when D:ng Crob>. Bob Hope T. HAROLD WILLIAMS '.
Lamour rollick onta -
feature the singing of a youth and Dorothy
choir composed of young peopl the screen in the greatest sensation I I.I
from various churches in the com- of their careers "The Roal. HONEST EFFICIENT COURAGEOUS Ii
munity. Mrs. Speer will be assisted To Rio"
by Mrs R. J. Schroder Mrs. T. S. In the cast with them are Gal
Kirk Mrs. R. D. Durrance and Sonilergaard, Frank Fajlen, the FOR COUNTY SOLICITOR
Mrs. C. R.. Moore. Stone Barton Pup t<>('rs. T h o j i I Iome
The Canal Point program wall rx. Carioca Boys The Wiero Brothers iP-ud for by nerds of T. Harold Williams) {
presented on the same night at the and the Andrews Sisters.
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i .u 1 or the music "But BeautIful ; I Never have the "bo 's" Mgi'C'' been such a supporting cast in any
-. ApaUchicola Fla. "Vo\1 out" with such hilarious comedy. I mans show like the one in 'Road
W. L.
, BoatrightANNOUNCES Don't Have to Know the Lan<;-I Never has Dorothy Lamour been to Ru.*
'age" and Experience." All them ,I t I more charming than in this show. You imply Must see it!
; HIS CANDIDACY FOR top bracket wow hits. I and never never, never has ther I See: you at the mo\ies-Mai.

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,: IN THE i 'I I 1 Let's Take A Look At The ill


and I JOHN KIRK !';'I I+ ,
! Experienced Qualified '
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I Ii
j -are interested in EFFICIENCY
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I '< - in the operation of your sheriff's !!

office ? :'
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: L. R BISHOPFOR r -are you interested in ECONOMY in

fie of sheriff'soffice I I
I. operation your :
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,j SII.UItT -?re you a voter and a taxpayer ?




!:1 1911 Thru Dec. 31. 19 H John F. Kirk Sheriff

I GROUP NO. 19-11 $ 7618.81 inn I: . .. .._._ :$ 31853.57
:. )1912! 10.54: *>.:"il 1910! .. 0. .. n
1913! : .... 10902.8 1 IJI7.! 38,090.4: I

I DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 4th. 1941 .. ... . .._ 13.498.80\ 1948 (SMonths) 16,202.50

: TOTAL _ .. ___ S4 .593.'b: TOTAL ..'''0 $132,290.25:

-- -- - ; Jan. 1941 Thru 1><<. 31, 1944 John F. Kirk. Sheriff

A SRrp, .Nlt ....._ .. i
i; 1J" .. .....-.-....... ...-. :* J-U'J) 1945 --- - -- $ 1,823.89.. ;
194G ..?..- -.... '''. 8,'.SOI. t
Rom where I sit..It/ Joe Marsh "'I, 1942 ....-_.. .................? 3,226.4! 1917 1.3G0.8G I I III

II 1913 ..... 0.. .. -..-.. 1.GG1.G" TOTAL .- .. ?11,971:21I
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::1 I I!t.I.1 ....................._...... 189.1Pnld..nt operation of the Sheriffs I,
Homer Does Some office has permitted KIRK to plar_
this amount in the general fund for ';
"Back-Seat Sewing !" taxpajers That is profit earned by ';
TOTAL .. 0 S5.9r: I$.20 ravings!
Homer n..ntlr" mi++u+ was friendly claw of herr.! The tmu<
. J2n. 1911 Thru IX-C. 31. .lan. 1915: Through March
working on hrr new seine!:: machine agree1o >:i\c up at drmni
.w hen Il<.mercom(''''in.d'a*sup and raz-iPt: homer about a-he.. or 1944 $,9:1: 7 31, 191 5.201
a chair, 1i1dt lrh talking\ : the rue Homer arn"" tn qUit criti .
'Ilont you think ou'rr runrns -i/i"e 'irahV ta-t..rrj : A VOTE FOR
too fast T" hr 1'0.' .,s. ->!1..w down] hatand parTraad! .
\\atch out : !'<- canfulhcn !" From w nvre I >::1. the key to gets

\\- the n.ju: tr.ailj: terra tire on rethtrr i< nutn:re every JOHN KIRK
with. murder in hr: eye -, homer i*:uo half; "aaM; 1'k.: ...;: !
,..... .**, .'! r''t'n".n ta.*
says p drature.ay l : "I thought ai p I'- I
. Til ,.'-. -t t-i-'.-< : .tl. : SHERIFF
you mi;:ht like I tiVV :' !itarTh a' ni.;' : lt.e .'U help m. air.ra' t.'.. 3r." or i1',;..iv--\'i.-<.k.irr.. hat..* :

*! mi1. can't h.'=, but hurt I : a ti.U!e for continued Efficiency Kcononn and Effect \'cnc-sin
out laul t in"-inJ thr --.:.IP w. at; (1.. (.1;( ,
't.-; I. ,t .1 jour Sheriffs of fit c for the next .1 1 years !
might hate been a quarrrl otrr a -"
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Friday. April 23, 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Three
'list Intermediate Emphasis Week. the pastor Rev. C. A. Moberg, { e5 4 asaas < ass'assac> asv
Shower Given For < ss> sc>< s<}VV K> VVVV< >
Sunday morning at the eight S. S. Supt. and wife Mr. and Mrs.
Miss S. A. Weathers o'clock hour a host of Pahokf J. H. Wilkinson. Jr. and the Assoc. > >
Baptist Intermediates and their 1: Supt. and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. i > {r
Hiss S. A. Glyndora Weathers friends will be the breakfast: 'i i C. Santo and daughter, Antoinette. ire ALBERT GANT < >
bride-*lect whose marriage to guests of the church. The faculty The group will attend the i> ssa
Sgt. Thomas Earl Jones of Miami of this department comprises tae morning service to hear the past- ec
will be an event in early May Mesdames C. A. Moberg. Supt.. \V. j'or's message commensurate with .! 'l
was honored at a bride's showerin Kemp Secretary, M. Mullis. R. I'the occasion. The Young Ladies t HEREBY ANNOUNCES HIS h:
the woman's club house Friday Grimes, Ora Powell C. Shirley, ', Trio, the Misses Barbara Moberg s.
evening with :Mrs. Nola Dragon.Mrs. Miss Nina Briggs and the Messrs.H. Barbara Wilkinson and Margaret % CANDIDACY FOR spa
Gertrude Williams. Mrs. Speer T. B. Wilson. R. Carutn- I'Powell, will present a musical se
Izetta Kautz. Mrs. Sadie Barn-irk. ers, Jr. The special guests will ti lection. Kr>
and Mrs. Violet Hall acting as t !
hostesses. Chief of Police { '

Pink and red roses were used ir.
decorating the clubhouse for tha EVERYBODY LIKES TO HEAR A GOOD FAIRY .
affairs. Mrs. H. C. Graham led th'. STORY. BUT FEW PEOPLE BELIEVE 4 IN THE "' "

guests in the playing of games and THEM ANY MORE! iwa v
contests. Prizes were won by Mrs.L. \ Pahokee Election
City 3
M.\ Collins 1.lrs.V.\ F. Gallo THIS IS NO TIME: FOR FAIRY TALES. is:. : :
way and Mrs. Wade Ammons A
Many\ lovely gifts were received THIS IS A TIME FOR FACTS! .:... = = = === == === ===== === ==- 4.-:'
by the honoree. Refreshments were -
served by the hostesses to approximately .
Bill Shamwould! like to ; .
40. say
. Y. Member International udation of :
that he could wave a magic Police Chiefs. c:.
B\ITIST INTERMEDIATE r r wand, combine a couple of offices 4cer'
BREAKFAST Member Florida Peace: Officers y
/7 and save you $8,000,000 .:, .\od:1tinn 4,>
In keeping with Southern Bap- A .> a .'e.rl. He won't it be- .. .
-0 say __ _ _ _ _ _ .e:
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lUC it can't be done. yr

Public notice NOTICE is hereby gin :;: Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote ;>

that the undersigned! intends to Hill Shands: would like to ay t v
Circuit ';< that if the population of Florida : A t A d A i x A A t
of the
register with the Clerk ";:, sts< ?tom>tY S>VV: : VVVV 4>7?1f?Y> ,>
Cram of Palm Beach County. doubles or triples, all the
Section ' '' road*, school and other 4 4N.
Florida pursuant to ; ; >
I rrorrcc r arr
a oocc
fcG.100. Florida Statutes 1941. the >> thin!.*" needed could be pro- f
fictitious name to wit: Flower I vidtd with less morl(' '. He
Gardens under which I am engaged -
won'tay it because it can't
in business at Pahoke., be tone and 1 anybody with
Florid I S. Douthit Jr.iJ
William Von Zonnerve'd. even a modest amount of bu.--
I inc-:: experience knows itcan" I .
Pt.b: Ai-ril 2, 9. Ifi. 23. 1918. ,
*' I be done. re
- I Iy
II I Hereby Announces His [

Bill Viands Will! Not Premise What! He I
Candidacy For
Can Not Deliver!


What Hill Shands Promises To Deliver He a

Will Deliver! I'I k City Council

Hill Sham!* prom!>es the wisest jx)sible! expenditure of hJ p
Prince TheatrePahokee ((;UOlrl2)
every tax cent collected. hill Shands promises economy 0
consbttnt with the demands of great and growing state. i
FloridaSundayMonday Rill Shands record i is a record of promises kept. That j p jj IN THE

recor.' will stand when he leaves the office of Governor
I 0Pahokee

April 25-26 NOT FICTION I .
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"ROAD TO RIO"8t:1rring



Ring Crosby, & !.III J JrJDD .t iJ

Bob Hope,



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t'-'iCAL.-.L'QUOR AND I !


: CAN TH NXf '
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.. r: (;,:< I gi TRAINED QUALIFIED
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'')"\ ''" -'\- the interest t>: making Palm't.: : .' NO OII.J: (:A TIOX:; to any- ,
f \ V. '" r =- '.. ..rot' other than to the |eople} itPt'm 1
I ecti i <: 1t'r place i ihich i'.
/ A' .1 ounty a & ,
T'r I IVach I
U'.v I - c' County. am notixii= -
;' \\ to live. I l'It..lle l> myself to :01 ni by any :jrroup. individual oferg'ariizution.
;; 1---- ; therefore I am in tltu 1 I
Ii the installation of a dt>;U1-CUt. efficient {sition to administer: YOUII She '

./ /-<$yr'i' I' : fairly administers! Sheriff :-l': dt.i'aJtment without fear.
(, ...I".. ....- ,. _
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There are ton many god c.nm 'nni'P"rt I { on Slav: tth.I .

the market for you \o N- ds-:, I
app nnttil when buying the first '

:;etar jou've had in year I I
Why not \is.t our showroom .t i : first t'pp">rtumty See t-.* UJ !
great new edge , take in -
ti,' new Inca thrill at thi
o .1
ST : ir.teruv and learn at
\ .tl..,rnjr.p:it its J newLAKE h..T''t'P'J' > SI 1UECTTO TilE tt Il.l. OF THE VOTERS y

('Iement..-for-Sherff ) I)." w.'", V at the Dt-mocratu

SHORE KtK: m IM Dixie: Court Beach"I:; ... ,', l'(,at' ode Friday at 7: J"

MOTOR Phone a-'that j W. Palm ::\\oJd: like to meet vou. r... f .r by Fn nda

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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Frdiay. April 23. 194S

,- Sarah A. Barfield and Miss' Canal Point Sunday Bible" is one of the reasons fo"I Mrs Axel Jensen.has returned ,
have as a guest Mr. |I the success the class has enjoyed from a visit with her mother. Mrs.
sister. Mrs. Hattie Kil- School ContestIn these six years. This Sunday the W. H. Herring who has been ill at
1 of Fort Christmas. prophet Zechariah will be discussed .. her home in Headland Ala
Tuesday.Mrs. . the class contest the Junior The Class Quartet will sm r.
Boys are just a few miles short oHawaiio A most cordial invitation is ex-
I \\ ngate of Cle Alston '.m-
a tonsilectomy tn3: ; The boys. and their teacn- I tended to all unaffiliated men and
.. Memorial Hospital er. Mary Helen Hooks. have beenin visitors to attend The voted A Good Business Man Never Wails
'. 11 tie lead from the tan Clew I to finance the church radio pro- "I Was Robbed!" He protect
j I hn.j; their ola<::. i.. that gram and the Royal Ambassadors That To Which The Law Says
I of the J:imor Girl*. led b\ Conm- chapter of the \,-. M 1:. He is Entitled
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Pope with A" K- liarrington'sMen's .. ''i
i i Bible Class a close third :o I ".Jii.' ,,' ,. " 1'1<.s,-<, ., '
Oate The boys have traded their $'k'fT]: Ei
I sailboat for a :"tern-i*heeler . an-i i I rillE 4:" o.
Shrubs and TreesALL .' ,
I most of the other classes should .
i pet out of their sailboats rextSunua'v TR/ED .'-; :.
I "Ie! smooth riding \Vornan's '. : ,, ,
.\ AT RETAIL ,. Mrs.Mary .' ,,' '
I Bible Class taught bv; i/od < jt' i
Popt after a !sonat, :onil i flY",; ., !
Authorized Sales and Service spurt a week azo. became a ;uttl. 4' '.;. ,. O'...'". ;
rll'l' ''ti: :<: ... ;
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too confident last Sunday; tipping (1/1 n "' '" .' 'f. : 'i\
JACOUSEX POWER AND over their:: sailboat for no gain! A\ ,
Theme of the Moinins Worst"p I T.rlt'd' I':., ) !"1""'"} '. $ .
HAND LAWN MOWERS Service on Sunday will be the text I
in John 1:f "There was a man -r ; '. :
. j ' "': : *-. ".. ,
I sect from God whose name wa '''I\
"pw / }''' ;. '
John"" The sermon will he on Aj j '
r. !ify 'i. j,
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons j Man Sent from God". In the ever ,-'e .I.IA' ,
mp the nimbler will preach 01 W ":.
1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach
: "An Argument with God"A 1lt .
i I -.- I Return
1t\"S:: nU.E CUSS II I \

rr"st encourasnnsr increase in
attendance was the joy; last Sunday I Watch Watson: Win The Man Who Guards The Tax
.woFREE PARKING 918! of the Pahokee Men's Bib!; payers' Funds Against Wostog
RIGHT DOWN TOWNs Class New members continue t,> I Attorney Cenenl and Wild Spending as Your

Fill rplIb Gasoline and Park All Day. If You Like be added to the fine enrollment fl of FLORIDAJJL COMPTROLLERSTATE
which goal M 200 Many are th'"
SINCLAIR.STVTION LOU BRANCHWest favorable expteeeiors concerning OF FLORIDA
Palm Beach. Florida Opposite MontgomeryVarfi 1 the teaching prognm Rev. C A.Moberg's Vote In May; Vote For Goy
Olive at First Paid Political Advertisementlrrrrrirrr
j theory of "gie them the





0 A Nat he Floridian! Born In Xoith Florida "7 ' =- :m ? OWl 10 \cirri Lair Enforxement Experience.
'Hot 1'Jl
rears Ago. is ,
0 L < (>r.iduat Two I'*. i. I. Schools, Law Enforcement And .:J

I 32 Years A Palm Reach County Resident-Mo\ed To J Ciiminal Detection.

IVbokee In 1916 At The Age Of Fi\e. e t City Police Experience As City Police Officer For City

t7 -' Ott I O. Delray Beach.
Ha Lived In Everglades Area As Well As On The f ..,

R Cast Coast. s. County Sheriffs De:>t. Experience As Deputy Sheriff
I ; Untl'-r Two Sheriff-: Q
Attended Local SthooK And Palmer College. b
"* Mate Experience As Special Investigator For S. A. I.II. ..

I II. Under Goxernors Warrent.
I> 11'orou }1)I Familiar With Lacy Enforcement ProU-,>> +wi

less Of AH Sections Of Palm Beach County. *. Federal! .ivrience: Deputy I.'. Marshall For U. S.

De:>t. Of Justice For -1''ears.
lie Has The Ability The Youthful Drive. And The
C. I'' k has Devoted I HiFull Time InterestSince
Emry (: Ten
0 Necessary ( To Give You The Modern PrtRrts -
Imt.Jah" School l I Da\.s To Improving His Knowledge Of
I Crime Prevention Criminal Detection And Law !>-
uctsMty If It Is To Keep Pace With The Rapidly Ex- cement. He Is Trained In Modern Methods A!ul

1:; p.:.rdirg Requirements Of Palm Beach County. uz Techniques.




PLEDGES: A Sheriffs Department open and on duty 21 hours a day every day and Nir.HT. That you will be able to reach

your Sheriffs Department at any hour by calling 8115; Wet Palm Beach-That it will he uinecearj to try and locate your Sheriff at home or

elsewhere during the hours of darkness in case of need.

PICKREX Pl.EDGES101)n(: ::. EFFICIENT.: Sheriffs Department that w ill I U imrro\ed and! trained constantly" to keep paie wj.n

the ever changing .nd increasing requirements of this fast growing!! ecru nty.PICKRE .


of the National Police Acadmy condnctcxl by the FBI in Wa: hirpton.PICKREX .

: PLEDGES: M.I P.\I_M BEACH COUNTS MEN-Each trained in 'r. dean (crime p:'erention awl! criminal dt-tfoct.n: met.-

Ids and t. :hni' 'll"'" A courteous projireixe law enforcement dt'partnent Palm' Beach f ountx! can be proud of.

PICKREX PLEDGES: are:,; DIP.TLLf.: : ,r -runt and crime prv : >ndn; > fir ALL the 'Opie-AI.I. the time.

I ,P-t-d For Ky t"nnd* of f: P rIi

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Friday April 23. 1943 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five
Turkey Dinners On week Each Commander ha-s' ten co- GOAL IS PASSEDThe the average attendance just ono
Half the congregation will gather -I captains. These couples will preside I and one-half years ago. First we
Methodist Program Tuesday night at 7.30 p. m. in at individual tables. The co- minister can be wrong! Tn ret the goals at 100. reached it.
the Woman's Club Building with captains. are as follow: ,setting the goal of the Canal Point then raised the goal to 125. But
All preparations have been made: Commander Jack Spencer and his 'Reds": Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Methodist Sunday School at 123; the 133 present last Sunday ind:.
for two complimentary turkey I" "Reds" The rest of the congregation -I Burns. Mr. and Mrs. L. M Collins.: for an average attendance mark cated that the members of tIle
dinners for the congregation of the ; will dine on Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs D. \\. Cunningham. I II to shoot at in the coming months. Sunday School are going far beyond -
First Methodist Church on Tues- ; at 7:30 with Commander :Marshal I Vr and Mrs :'>1. I. Keen. Mr. and : Rev W. T. Blair of the local Methodist what he hopefully set for the
. day Wednesday nights of next Lair and his "Blues." I:'>1r.:=. Duncan Padgett Mr. and j, Church was taking into consideration goaL Great things can happen in
I[ Mrs Lloyd Hundley. :'>1r. and Mis. ; the fact that that marl: a praying, working serving
Frank Rozelle Mr. and Mrs. MakeSanders i would be exactly double that ,f uurtn*

..: '-1. /r\\" : :) r" '" rt .... r-- '_........ iii,I and Mr and Mrs J, W. j!.
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_-. .. '- - t' .....J't-.... 41' and: MiJ. D. RugN'sr. and : _
:X:: : '. I Mr J. V Thomas. Mr and Mrs ; 1r
-- ;0i' \\ rjar H't ran (
"t L. L. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. E. P. i i1I0It. | : t
:'>Ir. and Mrs B. Fill. tt. Mr C.lJm.\n.IOI. ,.
: and Mrs C. C Cruthird. Mr and
Mrs O D Carrv?"'"-.
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---- : After -B.tlgft Pirad e-
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-\ ;:. plaining various items in the loclfln .J_ "'
. s
; - " f1! ;I proT:!m. the o'I id,Pt will
b;3/IJSfi.:.. | |i \ ',' 't: -o ;- -T '\t..j ho "'''4'V"tt"n nn a ,'oluntar-:' I'ahnkf't'-Cmal .' I>i.tri<-t ;""
. basis b\ the guests.
tt- ? ..._.-.-.- __ .t.Lfoi' -- \ :":-::.....:-..-..-...." !, i Hostesses o; for the LoaltDir- % 'iiI
tii' jL \** \*' T L r? s..fcjj ;"j-?":: --- i ifr : !:. nrrs \\ill be Mrs L. L. tucke\ Your Vote AppreciatedJOHN
j jflp3P t>' "'?. '" "* Trfej *h BK i ....., .
-- -, '. -: and Mr!". L.V drmsrtorg.The S
I .... --- ----.sI -'s..1 Kitchen Committe will bP
.. for Tuesday EenngMrs.. J. T).
si 1 Rogers and Mrs A. R. Rice, and ::;..' "t at>: tii-"%S !>-.Ya d <:!<:><:... 4-A :>Y A.O:Ar>.A.C:"Y A.< >4:.'-A,':e
1I I on "Wednesday F.veninlrs.. \Vn.McClmithan. .
I I and Mrs. A. F.BlakE' :: :
Dining Room Committee 4
"iT.\ -lJ.\ID UIIlTIIs-20 &: 40*-*N\ LENGTH DEMUR!* I will be composed of ttg. Frank .:> ; R Will( Sincerely 4:>
Frit'nd.trs. JV. Cruthird. Mrs. i"'" #>
M,\\- BE FINANCED Louis Friend aid J Mr;;. Hel..:n : <
J Daii" Them will be assisted t'y { Y' :' A 1.x.1.4 .. Appreciate Your For Information Mail Coupon To > la 0.
C. WuliaTs.. Builder I Church.a from selected the Youth group of Division Young of Women the I-i: It u D:' Vote & Support =rcY i:

:50O: Kanuga Drive -.- tt'.f'< 't srA "
Vest Palm Beach. Fla. i ..1.Yood has returned from I : v a x In His Race ForMAYOR ':...

Name ............ ............-..- .-_ _..---......--.....- Gainesville and is now the house 'e

Address __m_ _.__ ....._. _. ._"","_".". .. ... .--- I'west B. W.of Wood.his part'ntslr. and Mr>. I :. :. "' A k'. <:.Y

City -- I A \.. rs 'Cs
I am interested in a building to be used for !""" <&' :; ""' ,- .
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'dI' Y PahokeeMAY
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Milk Means GrowthWithout susA
a. i A A ',. a,,,.,A,,,, A f. A A { i .
t ) Arjfr2 : 'S1><-a :>t">"<"Ac: sr e: :.4 rsssassI :
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certain elements in his \;.,>" '" \ '"
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diet, baby would lack bounce and \..' it < I f

energy. The urge to grow and develop I ,

would be retarded. 1<. ,.J.,1
/! I

Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the "

safest milk for your baby. : "'...'V1 I,I A. Servant of the Glades I

Homogenized with the all- r"f' iI i

important Vitamin D added is r 4 Ruses ToMlami

the choice of many mothers for i InWestl'almHeach

baby feeding. Be safe when you { Daily To Ft Mjcrs & lakeland

milk look for the Alfar
buy em I
You Can Get. . .
blem. Glades Motor Lines, Inc.


LFA f\ f ROADSWith \ f

Paul Rardin i

As Your CountyCommissioner i ii I

Belle Glade - Phone 20 i i ,: I II


', '

:!:3 Yearx Experience in School :'VOTE FOR
. .
Administration Qualified in 1'lllCatlOnltclminiStration

15 Year Principal Palm Beach A beyond

i High School HOWELL WATKINS( the requirements of the}

law for the Office ofCounty

10 Years Supervising i Principal

: Fort M>'t'rs . Schools For Superintendent of Public Instruction Superintendent.Will I .

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


Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Frdia '. April 23. 191'
I Inspectors: ----- --
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Places And ,
Voting Mrs Lawrence Be sant
: W. P. Risk >
Officials Named Elise Cherry
; Fay Greer Candidate For
Carroll McDonald
Precinct Xo. 33-Canal Point I. Marzella F. Enlow COUNTY JUDGESpeak
Polling Place: The Sport Shop Clerk: G. I.Evans on I
Canal Point Precinct No. 39-South Bay
Inspectors: Polling Place: City Hall { "MOUE ABOUT LAWYER'S FEES- i
Mrs. Grady Boynton Inspectors i Radio Station \VSWN, Belle Glade I
Virginia Adams S.J. Fisher VOTE WORK FOR 900 kc ,
Mrs. A. Q. Howell Mrs. G.J. Barstow xlBernarr Iacfadd_n FKI .\"', APRIL 3-6:30 p. m.
:Mrs. M. F.George Alvin Crow ALL FLORIDA I
Dennis L. Friend Mrs Harold S. Emory ProcrcM and Prosperity Program 1
Clerk: D. L. Hooks Mrs. H. C. Willits
Precinct No. 36-Pahokee Clerk Harry O Mitchell :
Polling Place: B. Elliott's Garag -
Inspectors: ,

Mrs.. A.. R.David MobergMrs. J. SchroderC. BlochMrs. f.I A GOOD JOB WELL DONE DESERVES ANOTHER j I .

J. A. Dulany 1
Ruth \V. Hatton
ClerkBlanche Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cowart of
I'rwmot :No.37-Oio'en Pahokee announce the birth of a
Poll.rff Place \\''=t's Store daughter Rheta Lorraine at tie ALTMAN MORGANWILL
Inspector": EverIadesIemorial Hospital en
Mrs. Paul Kirchman !April 15.
Mis Ross \\ nne Rev and Mrs J. H. Kinard of
Mrs. Fritz Stem Pahokee announce the birth of a
,Clerk. \\'. \Vest daughter. Erma Jean at Me En''- APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE
Precinct :No.38-8.-11. GladePolling g I a d t Memorial Hospital on
Place: City Hall April 15. AND SUPPORT FOR
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YOU WANT YOUR f-r--' '.

CountySolicitor t,t: ; CHIEF OF POLICE

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Experienced ..If.. ;)., y' :" I
efficient 1>t '' ,..
:Sd 1i..
.o: "< \ .&'<.? -"; ".' 4
Impartial "" '" Tuesday May 1948
: ,
In\e ti;Bator & ProecutX1i1; <

or of MeritTHEN "" .,,... ..
''''''' y
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2 Years Pahokee Chief of Police

_..r 4 Years Palm Beach County Deputy Sheriff.

W. E. (Earl) ROEBUCKPalm

Beach County SOLICITOR I ;
May 4th A Vote Fcr""ROEBUCK" not only a Vote for
PAT' REESE as Assistant Solicitor But alsj:
for Yor. the people of Palm Beach County. i

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I I! KK-KLECT V<- : -> ) 'l ??

JOHN R. BEACHAM :t s!: v:.i:

, ... 'A

:gr 4 Senator State !

".\14\1: HUM ('()(':ST1' A
Past President of 4. ..#

the State Senate :: In Pahokee :,:

Ardent Supporterof .\M' > ..
I 4*.. CONSTABLE - ..

Water Plan Control ::.: Canal Point :&::

h V
"There I Is No Substitute For v

Experience In The Senate" l=!= Qualified :

I Democratic Primary May 4,11)18!)

I Experience ::

s as.ei ..iai> s ai : Y
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::.: Office :Machine Headquarter ci::.:'ie. Y&
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4.. t.: itxvi: T\'I"-writer .A' ,
; Sur'5-trrritk..n r Machine! s: !
.4: Marehart:: (.'ulculatinir Machines .: == Fair and Impartial *
: :\. }CIi:k Mimeographs! :
.... Elioattlrt: ,*..t> graph* C.'
4:. F i E Check Writers .:. } Equal Treatment To All :: ::

:t HAI-SEY & GRIFFITH INC. :::,,.:. .

:. Phone 2-3S r: Wen Palm Beach l., :.
4. I % rMd Po:iiUcal Ad" :
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Friday April 23. 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Sera

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Coronation Plans ditional seats will be arranged fo*,J. J. Cater. young people's leaderof Lester Hand. :Mrs. Calvin Spoon ,ers. Fertilizer Spreaders, Sui>-
I I. in anticipation of a like experience the Palm Lake Association. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson were welcomed oilers.. :Mole drain machine Fivf-
Made By BaptistsThe I Sunday night. The auditorium :' will assist in the crowning of the as new members. The group inch Fairbanks :Morse Centrifugal

tj j i will bear the resemblance of i i queens and will administer the voted to serve as hostesses at future pump. Call HULL PACKING
: royalty. [charge to all participating. circle meetings in alphabet'cal COMPANY 2751 PAHOKF
is invited I I 1
public cordially to Following a short song service j Rev. C. A. :Mobergr, pastor will i order of names. :Mrs. Lou AprlGc1
attend the annual coronation ser
"Bbl : Mock - ------- --
Leader. present a short talk on was appointed to representthe
vice of the Pahokee Baptist ..1uniorGirrs :ilis. Ralph Grimes. G. A. j FOK RENT: 2 bed-room hou-e
"The : of i Crowns Follow img the ceremony circle in the collection of supplies -
will speak on Meaning I
Auxiliary. Sunday night at Hot Water
:Miss i a reception will be held in the edu- I for the Wesley: FounditK'.i: practicallnt'w.
o'clock. Last Girl's Auxiliary MargaretPowell. Venetian Blinds. $65
eight year's prograii Heater per
V.V.. A. member, will be cational building, to which the en- at KE'Y'st..
was attended by a more than capacity month located in Pahokee on ho"-
the with :Miss Barbara tire congregation is most cordially : It was announced that the May
congregation whose many Wilkinson, also a Y. W. A. member !j invited. These who will be honored i meeting will be held at the home pital street. G.V.. Ferguson. Pa
favorable received -
expressions were hokee.
with much Ad in the role of Herald. :Mrs. are: :of :Mrs. T. E. Alexander '\\ Mr*. its
appreciation. I Queens and attendants: Stella :Miriam Bordner assisting as co- FOR SALE: Two lots No. 11 aal

I Sue Barnes Queen; Sandy Rogers, hmtt'slrs.: C. T. Howes and 12, tract 5. Noble Pad ett suboivisii -
Re-elect i Flrwer Girl Johnny Kilpatnck :Mrs. Caudill were visitors.: TWt. nt. !".. Sec. 20. near Streamline

Crown Bearer; Carol Carpenter. members were present.Mr. make me an offer. Phone 273;!.
Queen: Rebecca Grimes. Flower --- Ida Brooker. A23p
QM1M\ Girl: Carl Watson. Crown Bearer. : and :Mrs. Angus :Miller and - -
.. .. I J. PRINCESS: Ina Faye Wade: family have moved to Barto.v FOR SALE: Have reduced priceon
Ladies-In-Waiting Nancy Ann Ms- where they will make their home. my home in Port Mayaca.

STATE TREASURER Coy. Sandra Long. Joyce Lindsey FI.l. Downstairs has 4 room and:

Rose :Marie Henderson. Bonnie '.. bith upstairs has two bedrooms -
(Political Adv. Paid For By Friends cl J Edwin Larson) :Meeks and Nancy Ann Hillier. full tub and shower. linen

:Maidens: Ann Snyder, Donna Classified Ads closet: Garage apartment. 2 rooms
Gail Jensen, Frances Meeks :Myni and b..1.thl'f.ant"s house in back:
He has served yOU well Nichols, Carol Ann Mullis. Joyce with three rooms and toilet:

Mills Norma Jean Andrews. Shirley SEPTIC tacks and grease traps crange grove in back with Valencia -

Whid.len.: :Myrna Herndon. cleaned and rt'paired.ohone variety. Terms. Partly furn
Kathleen Culberson. Gaye Schoep- 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c ished. Phone 2732 Ida Brooker.
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pol. Loveda Williams E'ely.Prinet' FOR SALE: New and tuE'd" A2.T.OFLORIDA !
Olive Gonzales and Ruby
'eta RICHARD MACK Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage i IP
Gunter. Belle Glade. Phone 126... Jllci

7 e4F' FOR SALE: 1P36 Pontiac roadster NeedraiMias
= :Martha Is Name
new paint in good condition -

.. nFLORIDA RAILROAD For New CircleThe 1 I with S7a; radio. $375. see GOVERNOR, with a Record of

1 I Harry Waldschlager or call 4002

W PUBLIC newly: organized circle "f !1,Pahokee.

yR % N4 the Pahokee First MethodistWoman's I CALVES roil S\LE: Jersey

UTILITIES COMMISSION Rocit'tof Christian 2"ut'rnOt'y. holstems. heifer

Y Service was officially given the 1 calves, from one day to a week old
1 M eRe aIlrf staat Co pc name of :Mary Martha Circle at ameeting $10 up. See 11. McGouirk.: Pa For the Four Critical Y rtXh *d-

max 1 RAILROAD SERVICE at the home of :Mrs. Jo3 hokee. AlGcn:
Tom Boynton :Monday night with ;
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TELEPHONE SERVICE :Mrs. Richard L. Brooks assistingMrs. i ROOM FO UI": T: Private bat t.

b BUS SERVICE : Boynton as co-hostess. private entrance, room is extra J

" s TELEGRAPH SERVICE Mrs. D. W. Cunningham led te Ii large and cool. Phone 22M or 4912.

; TRUCKING SERVICE opening; prayer and :Mrs. D. D. (-Iovrt'orht>t's. Canal Point FlAp23p.<
I Ca'ulill reviewed the last thrt:e '!1.
chapters of the mission stud
PUT MACK BACK book. "Great Prayers of Th1 .- 1.1)11I.Kt; TIIOsK FKKT sR
lIOfKSY! Associate 1
1 r
H Excellent
outstanding cosmetic firm. -
M9ulat theca services for YOU' Mrs. Jack Phillips, chairman. ap-
rontefltrs.: Lloy.l Ilundlev. MJ. financial opportunity as consultant wsz
Glades! Atea. Barbara
Charles J l'nnl'n. Mrs. Mvers Foun
Gault. South Florida representative -
tain. :Mrs.: D. \\ Cunningham
FLORIDA BORN WORLD WAR 2 VETERAN will be in Pahokee Friday and
.,!r I Dtvis.Irs.:: Bovnton
COLLEGE GRADUATE BUSINESS MAN and herself to serve on the church Saturday, April 23 and 24 to inte"view --
For Phone Pa-
VOTE FOR RICHARD MACK May 4th floral committee for the month of hokee 4611.appointment Ztcn What the next four years
'. Mrs
"Ia Mrs. Helen Davis.
hold in store for our state, our
I "'.\STt:..: 5"0.000 worth of usd nation and the world at large, no

cars and trucks. Top cash pri<-. one knows. But, whatever comes

Christian Chevrolet Telephone ...Florida must be prepared!
Ct; 3. Pahokee. stA23cn
b The times call for on
------- -
rOK S\LE: Holland celery setters experienced man... a man with
The Tourist Trade isFlorida's complete: Land levellers. a successful record of public!

:Iprayers. Six-inch seed best pump. serv Ce.a man who can,and will,

Biggest i Business11 i ,Fmir-irch pumps for sure ra"- : chart a sound and constructive
and 1.500 ft. pipe Tvvo-in course for our state government

x pumps. One-inch pumps. Fieldboxes. I . who is equipped with
MUST BE. ENCOURAGED! I they wagon. \\'h e [' 1 the ability and with actual
wagons. A frames. Ked bed ('(WI experience in state government

. a man who won't have to

I flounder and grope his way

ELECT around, trying to learn the job

of Governor . .a man who can

SAYS take over the job of Chief
Executive of our state without
ony loss of valuable time. Above

oil_.Florida needs a man whose
record clearly proves him to be

O performer not a promised I

Colin English is the man

Florida needs . for the good
and best interests of oil Florida.

Remember Colin English has

served for the post eleven years
! AIL-FLORIDA'S CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR as a member of the Governor's

Cabinet . the executive
committee-and other important

Mote boards and commissions,
"Florida's important tourist business must be encouraged by every during the administrations of

possible means/' says Fuller Warren. "This means the utmost help for three governors.

development of our tourist facilities our wonderful natural advantages Remember, in these
important times, political
: and pleasure opportunities . and expansion of Florida's state advertising promises ore no better than the

program to tell the nation about them." candidate who makes
I better than the ability and public

Warren knows Florida::: arid has a to eliminate the tax on gasoline: record of the maker to keep them.
Jack Sutor Colin English has done great

progressive plan to solve her used by fishing boats and farm i: things for Governor,
I he will do
pr"blcms..r arrcn opposes .a equipment And when Warren is ,I COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOK AIL Florida greater! You can thingsfor judgemen
general oaks tax. \\.eren wants your Governor you won't haveto i only by what they hove
RECORD -- Sutor done and accomplished .and,the
"see to secGovernor I h et a MaAtrn d-gree from Itif.'
any one soundness of their program for
Un..T\.r. Hr riM ta ..:.t t*
: v..a.r. .n tn. ...h...uf F">>rda Ti :. the good of all the people. Read
Fuller Warren!
sew:. a.t. Pain IJr1M"b H-ft: SchoriF the
33-Point of Colin
r th. 3 tlirr trap S'itor has program
'w". !ir. *h.. r.-..p.i-' .- English for a greater Florida .
B. Us w a t .-h-T anil .*. *tl
then, vo'e for o"dElect
Pits ..a1.K'a::' uun-
;'OJor-oI'd 'T:
Win VVif1 .. ... "
and th. '
.a': p. ''' '
.,.....u. <". tnm:tt In .'1- *
'-4-ir.<"(2 to .-.n_ prr trf u irr.;
Candidate r"t.t r.-.t'1a: ... ro.a.. and wa.rmaostrat.
All-Florida's ",'rr. Thr_ ...d.. .t.' .'
WARREN :" that Jut Sit r ..aterrs. COLIN ENGLISH
*. '.! lZt.rN'9t In .s.n .... . e ,
. ; ;td :n P&un Beaa: e.-;sty.Pa.a .
For Governor GOVERN
P a.. 1.:2or: -n
(tois.eal ode. ps. a es..b of Fir'.. Warrenl '


Eight The Everglades New Canal Point. Florida Frdia). April 23, 194S
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:ur.- and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks I I I Mrs. Abling Hostess club at the meeting: r
were business! visitors in ocatt-e I I It was announced that the annual "
and Orlando this week. To BPW ClubMrs. election of officers will tale ;il I SEAT COVERS ::
place at a business meeting at the
- --- - - home of Mrs. DuBose on :May 4 \\E
hostess to FIT ANY
Faye Abling was i II c.\u )
_. and the club's installation banquet !I II
-- ----- -
members of the Everglades Busi-
will be held at the First Baptist 813.95 to $55.00 '
ness and Proft's9 onal"oman'", I ::1:1II
Fellowship Hall on May 25.
McCAMPBELLTORESIGN Club at a club meeting at her -- II II
--- ---
,h: (I.t I..
home Tuesday night. She was assisted and
Rev. and Mrs. Major son
AS WEST by Mrs. Charlotte Walston.Mrs. of Ga.. have arrived
Waycross in PAUL'S
Oleen Strayhorn andIi..s Pahokee for a.isit with Mr. anJSIis. t STATION ii iii

PALM B. MAYOR Ruth Dorsey. Ruth \cohostesses.Mrs. Vedg worth .of Be'! .. C. A. Major.... i\\ CANAL POINT, FLORIDA 'I,
Glade one of the outstandingwoman iJ
executives of the nation. Mrs. Roy Pope was a patient at
George McCampbell, was guest speaker. Introduced by the Everglades Memorial Hospital .
Mrs. Cleo Douthit chairman of tU:<- several days last week.
candidate for Superintendent educational and vocational committee -, PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSJohnson

of Palm Mrs.Vedgworth explain?d
the importance of the bond iss.-e
Schools for Palm Beach County schools to -c'T
Beach County be voted on by freeholders at a S W e e !

will resign as Mayorof special election on May 18.
It was announced that the Everglades -
West Palm Beach B&PVCll send letters
urging each local freeholder to
member of the
and a participate in this election. It wa-
pointed out at the meeting that in
City i Commission in
order for
thepropo.'t'd county-wid: I
order that he may de- !school improvement program to b-!
carried through 50 per cent plus
vote his entire time to ono of the freeholders of the county Cash GroceryStreamline
mutt cat votes and a majontv
;improvement of the of these votes have to be in favor

county school s.sten'l. of Mr.the bond Doris issue.Carter program Specials For Friday and Saturday Only

if he is the successful chairman introduced Mrs. Ablin-r STREAMLINE IS LOCATED: OX THE MUCK CITY Butt TURN OFF STATE \RHET KOAlM1K ,
who gave a talk on Sister Kenny's THE LImIT 1'LAXT I'AIIOKEE.: .
candidate for nomination I work in the treatment of polio.
Reports on the B&P\VC district
in the Democratic: I meeting in Coral Gables on "The Best In Food Prices"SUGAR
:IS were given by Mrs.Tommie Lee
primary. PuBose. :Mrs. Sarah Thomas. Mrs.
I Doris Carter and Miss Lucille Williams -
who represented" the local

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This assures better service for you I Wilson's Large Western Small \

*J and your party line neighbors.

Pound Dozen Pound
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C A 'Time Out" between calls gives 55c 49c 43c

others a chance to use the line.

Fresh Ground Sliced Laurel Leaf

r.1"I1.lilll* in i.'f'lfVhen PAN SAUSAGE BACON LARD

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line quickly-and pleasantly.

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