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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: November 7, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00307
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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!FRIDAY 1


November 7, 19-17 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN




CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Road Work Slowed | Karelin Secures New I PTA Group Hears .:' New Building Near I Palm-Lake Baptist

I Traffic Sims ForC.P.SchnuIZoHe Sa'oCluh; For

But Is ContinuingDespite !! ; Pahokee Hi School ;> Two .Businesses Association HasA

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SetbacksRoad .. . : F' ..::1t PT \ .. '.- ., . Band On Concert ;i \\k::..':: ar"- 'u-y; : on r' .:-
..nl"r .! ..'.- Pa..1! Ra; !' :.:: r..it .. I; .' <:; ; .1 new omeletblock In 1.1!-

3".I; -f-iinrg: -- m.>- I :-.:... n.-xt .1t"'I' t(> the Savoy: it:

constiucti'in. Will k in the -1't'la! Mia'iside( : signs :oi- tl:: "I 1 he Pah kee Hign School '.ln<.t : Belle Glade road south of Pah'"k,', :annual uieetinu; of t''

Lake Region is rolling along since s-chof I zont on Lak-fr'.n: Road. On under the direction of Robt'it O. I The building is 13x50 and N. IV Palm-Lake IJ.aptists.'latl"11

a rfient trip to TaUaha",,,,>" th- Lapi.; pre ented a conceit at el' Evans is the! contractor in chai-
the last couple' of hurricanes. The I was in x--vSMnn November an i
count v commissioner made ar November meeting of the Canai of construction.The .
Dickt-rsi-n Construction companyf I 5th. Canal Point Baptist Chun !t..
u'mEcntsith the State Road Point Par-nt-Tf'8l"ht'rSSO"iati.n
ra: buil-iing will be two stone 4 j'
(: Lakeland is making pool progress n. aid Chairman and tnf'i fls ::,.1.1 :'l"r. lay night in the s -ho -l with business rooms on the ground t. v. Don linson. Pastor. Tie
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the Pahoke-> I 'I .
on leading .
will be in Canal Point in a short a11ditlll i mm. Though the band ha i floor and a small hotel on th opening devotional program m ; .
Belle Glad. load. The leveling
time.; laced! at f..tball games thi"81 second. Sadie Flower Shop will : conducted by the Ilev. W. P
coat has ben put down on th '
12 "3 miles and the finish coat Te- wail l h.- .ight signs ('.f the first public concert it h'\.sgiven o"ciipy one of the ground tl.M>roir. Brooks ,.f hake Harbor. n.., I. Ki

threes different kinds! erected between this season. Bandmaster: ,' ;< and Rogers): MUSHth<- of'le -
work is I i Enlow of Belle Glade t'I'I
now underway. i presented
Lampi was introduced l hy D. L.
the bridge! and packinghouse :: ," '.
Starting the other side of the district in an effort to slots Friend program chaiiman. _ I Irepoit on order of business. Alt-M.
bridge in Belle) Glade workmen are I Jones gathl' address of w-i-;
and tip A on Junior Hod Cn- ;
down traffic protect report
rolling!: right along on placing th ; luke! Fraser Heads t tome, with) lesponse by the Uev
( youngsters. lyal law enforcement activities at the! school I was m.i.l- ..
finish coat of retread. In the cities! F. \. Br.xksmith "f'nt Palm
officers have cooperat.1 J bv Mrs. P. P. deMoya. The loca:
'>f Belle Hade' and Pahokee specifications Beach.
.,It-ndidiy in the past and will! JFt( has undertaken as" projectthe '. Local Branch Of
call for a curb to rut > The leport of the treasurer .'n i
Continue b, d." so in the future infItfflUllg' training of a school safety :
job whore thenis a curb and the the dg; st f letters was read n.--
traffic this con- patrol ami the maintenance of thsehewl's '
m
foundation is sufficient to hold th: ,' I National Leaue th- 1:..,.. John I:. Martin of IV.-
e-ted ,'" d. first aid nxnu. The Juni-r '
new surface.Atioiit i 'a'Lo'ad1.. Rev. I'nI'u.'iu'h,'-;
-.- - Red Cross is (conducting membership
four miles of the reconstructed I the annual sermon. The other d---
drive this week with
"every"
road between Belle Gl.i !it Plan Increased By pupil of the !school invited to join Lewis J. Luke. i Fraser of P ii i votional I programs were f'-" ..nt t',,

and Six-Mile Bridge have been ; Cover the organization. Letters frompeople i hokee has been elected. president by the Revs. Guy II. Marlowe ofVest

given the prime coat of oil. Another Engineers To in Greece thanking the lo- i Jof the: Glades branch of the National \ Palm Beach. F. \\'. BrocSi.

stretch of about two mile More Territory tai JRC for lelief materials s'ntt League of Fresh Fruit and I! snuth. Floyd Creasy of (' \\ :< .,nand

will hive to bo reworked! before it Vegetable Distributors. The election Ted Temoshchuk. Dr. It. Kelly
f' rnwere: displayed at the meet
ran be oiled. A top coat of two J"\C KOX"ILLThe;: ArmyEngineer was held recently: when th! ? White, the moderator of th.'

courses of rock will finish th:? plan for control of Everglades ing.Mrs.: \Vilma Lence. principal extended organization held a dinner meeting association gave the: leport of th"!
"1.14J. at the inVest I executive committee.
Pennsylvania
flood waters has been revised a special invitation to parents
On the piece of road between increased protection weekin Palm B.-nch. President Fla.ser has' The report| of the Woman's Missionary -
to provide to visit the r; in nnext
Belle Glade and South Bay the for Lower East Coast cities: observance of National Education been connected with theV.. II Union was presented bv
two hurricanes and high water Inc. in Pahc-- Mrs. II. O. Earwocd
Vann. organization the president
Col. Willis F:. Teale. district engineer Week. Nov. 9-15. The group
have slowed construction. Rock kt'efor several years. of Belle Glade. George Getz o?
last week.
announced
voted to purchase new linen for
for the road was being taken from I .
Beach ath. biothet-
Army Engineers have also commenced the cots in the first aid room. Pail Other officers t'kdf'd'I'n': Boynton

Starling-Delany pit south of studies on a plan to control Rardin reported in a letter ;n : Vice-president. A. E. :'olcC.,..... of hoed report. The ri-jxtit on relict

South Bay which is now under waters through South and Central PTA read at the meeting tint I Belle Glade; secretary. Jess El- I and annuity was presented" by tliRev. !
water. Just as soon as the water John R. :Martin with' the
the Everglades. I liott. of Pahokee and FrankD.inley
East Florida including safety zone road signs; for the
can be pumped out. work will be Kissimmee and upper St. Canal Point school have been of Belle Glade, as treasur 'Hon. W. Raleigh Petteway giving
resume d on completing th'? the address. H.,,'. I.. learners! n
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basins, he said. !>
Johns River ordered from the State Road1 -
stretch. However a part of it has Although not definitely worked 1 partment.It er.The newly elected president. whsucceeds -> I presented T.t.. Johns. president

been finished to the point where that Lee in that r*)- of the "'ori41.Ba I'ti-ot Children's
out as'I't.: it is probable was announced by Mrs. BoydVorhees I Mayman. I
the prime coat of oil has been put whose. a.I.ln's" was one of
Home
the study' will result in a plan f )rreservoirs that when parties are sition. stated that his committee
on. Central Florid would U- made at I information and inspiration.
in the given for school children by room i appointments
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area whtre water can be Moreluring 1 mothers: the financial assistance of the n>'Xt regular: business meetmir. i Dr. John yt;+fienre. State Executive -

Voles Come High ;: wet seasons and rel.'ase-1 .ther mothers will IK- accepted: the date and place ..f. holding tit.letter ' Secretary. s|'ok > on "The oj>-

luring dry seasons.Immediately with appreciation. The monthlv attendance t... be anu:. .,t.r.. ed lat,T. i jtxirtumtv of Florida Baptists" W.

In School Election after the rece.ithurricdr. award was won by Mis.Marvel _e ;, <*. Allen of South Bay gave th! -

.'", Col. Teale's "'nsmee'-s Gnft th' third grade room ( Training I'mon report. The a I-
Kach frt.t'hold.'r'ott cast in the Parker Wilson l I Has! dres on "Stewardship" was < began ..1t'I"ingnH'th.I: to prevent :Mrs. I) L. Friend preside! nt. pre
school tiustee-millage election ered hv Dr. Magu.re.: R-v B A
flail conditions j
tecurrame of severe sided at the business.
Tuesday "w-.t the school system .1'1alpn'XllllJtI' The His Own DrugSton..' swab (>f South Bay preached t'.v:
in til ban areas. n.- social hour whrhfollowed .
During the "
$3.20.: Pr. John I. doctrinal s-rmon. "Faith. Rv
/levee fromVest In ClewislonClewistun |
plan proposes' huge: the refreshment- Open
'it"'tng:
Leonard county superintendent: southward to a j Horace M. Jones, pastor of ttnewly
\ Palm Beach
Mrs.V.. K. nh'- 1 ---
%ver.served! by Rivttepnrted >.
disclosed as results of the election' constituted church at
po.nt below Miami. nanan. Mrs Ct'Jnlt'1i11E'1. Mis. I N"-w'5iParker .
were can\:issedVednesdav at the Hild I I ; on the Florida llapti *
The protective It'f't'"f T. \\'II"'m. who for MI
fOl-1 Prrtss; Ttirbeville.:: !". SorfhieRiird.
school office.lie Witness and Christian jterntur--
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of tN!
figured! all election costs at 1 Dr 1It Solomon editor
shout 10 miles from the roast frni I \\ L.-r 'T rs ("!a.i :M.TirM ,-. ;! of Alston's Dnu in n.-!
F1.13151 and said! $1.500 had beent'iu I Witness, an address! on "T1Witness
canal >lu1ward I gave
the"t Pal:f Bach ( \ -s M.irv.'I I Griffith and Mrs Viv.i '- i ton. recently returned to Clewi.t ;- "

'gtted.Canvas. to a p >int belol I It '\. i !-. 1f.-!'. r. ". ..t..-". n and on Tuesday of this weeV: I' in th.- hurch budgetIev
of returns from the" 17K !I John Moore 'If Moore Havgave ;
-.void t
Bech. There the: lee ,.r>.'r..J his own dnigstore in th.'
tr.'a "eh!: 'c' :o'Jn"'f'fi t".' ttJ"., I _e the report on <'...rbti.n.rl' -
.. owingv. -t t" :t point .Um.it 1-1 j I'.l\'ltt.m Building acr ws from
n . ., "'U' :'!- ;. ,\"!\: :.." -o-th t ., I i !; cation and intn>dued the speak.rDr.
j miles .ff th.oast.' the : M' i 'r" rnv Motors'
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a1d .d .
I nre t;.: state .
Michael. Jr.. 7 age V.-n'h. n: j .. J. Harrison Griffin.
Ft. Laudenlal- delay
had
a point !! .If The -tor has many
J n W "! r-.>nti i..... UV'oT P.t"n! I ils to ;increase On Conner's Highway retarv of Christian, .edura
: The plan > proposes 10i'f'ttln startwl. partial .
II TX ".V>. i nd L. I.. S.:irI.'\'. P*. i milt aeri. 'III !- diff obtainirt | The memorial !xrvi II'
I the 9tO''glare" through a s ulty in :
h Ve3I.V: One other person rec [ f.sral are it ind Lake Okechr State P..1 M.untf-n.in' e Fi- furnishing., !Z and partially 1wt ( ducted by the R-v < > ',' r:
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vj tw a wnt-m votes and the. I I ber t :n lu'le: :ab.= .ut W squa-- gir.-r P.tpysai, : vest.-rday th.tt hurricane damage to. the building:: :jpr Li hleiter} L .'.

one each. I miles of land between ('lewi't' i cork was pr'iKie.-'pinB .>n san II iI' I- But all "f tbo<.. .h..tad.1 ha .'-' ....rl'.f T' fii

On the question of three mi'I'reoommentled I.d! M.,.:e Haven. I .,.- ;:' J:: '. ....ctoi; of C..r-n.'. 'sil.i'.e.iv b. .-n ..verf-ome and 1 Parker h.: J .S.f: ... '. i -V '- .

for operation. 3.votes ti : Tl KvetiftaiitS.: K--: .Uin.ee: t' 1 n.rtjif the ?T Lu. hoped t. hav hs busme<* r..a-,.; 111t-: .., r :. .

were for and 31 against. On i c. T -rR ,'.-r pars! wsll: .<.- f"i- r,1 L. k.Oke< hoheepr"-i :- f.r opening ->n Saturdav "f tw. sine. !I. t. f'- l: '

the proposition of a recommendedtwr I warded t.Vishinuton at tsame i 1 r._- vt'e i-'intiA'sid, i'. th >: ,. w.-.-k.Park.ar. .t 't. ,oO ,, '

mills for construction amt t.!'.-..'. C I. Teal.h.is advdv r.1 ,:: I .1 1.1! t'sh'rp'JJ ju-t says he feel! a!" tnoUirVhe J..hrI.: l.l' l.-

debt service 269 voter approv.- -,- H ,*, t Knc"-r;; for Kd :\. - i i'", "t :eat '* ., iile! of the hl 'hj is returning h.>ns"- -vh.r '.' !'uir.;: \ t .

end S6 dissected.Mi 1'-:- HArh-.rH t"t}\ ;>r ".aMy !.-,..-. -.vtv A jsect-: .- t !.t a q'art--r! o'. rune= back to ('.-" :stori .-t:..! !'.'>p'iat - ,..' '.. I. -

>-rittes were g'ven for t.v t. *... v"- J.\ 'I try. : r ..MVH j ..:: ; :: .: hmany fr:. ..r. '.' ." ., "

i, Curves and n v "mv.ended! ir.-l- >- .. '. r..rr-'"- A :- T .- 11V.i rmt .. .r.: .. . 1'.

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i ue IM< tax mil ; :-
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The nation that perrr.tionty : "no p" .o. .. n !l'.ip

:/ to control :t:* poloe-, : v .

rentually have a r.t-w ..
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Two The Everslades News, Canal Point. Florida
Friday. November 7 IP 17


THE EVERGLADES NEWS i! :,.; v....: !been r.,'sing 1-1 I riihiit\! take :a rm; ii.'v'n t. 'he Mirk! :/

E TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I, : .< u at,'n. 1 hlt 1 .ind .rU:1 part: '' .Tl.r: "s.I h-. ':2 miles; south! of Mumi.

Serving the Lake Okeeihobee Farming:ei.n I I.. ,; :tit i t<" write an ut monk J<'t IrIrs.. DU Mond wall *hoc

Established 19! :_ I Pit;>hshed Ery Friday 1 I" :. :; toittard ti-isi-ed by i yon a couple of hundred monkey
: ;r.s humans in t I that have
cagear never worn a corset
>r
Subscription: }Price :!.flp Year \d'ance' I
:nut ::ketint in the l>Ot.'n.n at :t I" ions kutetl dress ,>r a pl..att'ln
By fnss:: .'Il KlU \ all ties and xhener h.' '
up you j \'lnn sport shirt and. what'-
The K\i'Blades Xtvs Is Knteied at the Post Office mor.%
----I gin to worry about the fantastic I don't care if they never do. They

In Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter :> ;n t::<' ''.:O ,.':. .::' -* :, -i-:..::t- trertiof civilization brother. get along all nyirt.NOIIll .

i i-' war.t40 .t.::k..y-. xiOOO a"J
Paul Hardin Editor Publisher
Owner : :
two 'tlh' .
:cars t' Uttnnnwh
XOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN: that p.ir:.d!.t to &ctl.'U 9 of Chapter 18">9fi.
Lucky Floridans ..th! >r cot sets e di tht. lade s still I a\:, f.: F.,'-:cU \ tot 1-H7: :a-a- tit- MURPHYCT. thI.,':::ow n" df-
wtaem' I are harmful to the female -ce". :a.d 'n I :a. Be.'in County F'. nC111 fte offered for -ale at public
: :ivt.; fr the hi<,iie-t and b'-t ash bId. bjet to the right of the tr.a-trts
In the \orlh m."l are tinkering: with balky furnaceami! .
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form. l :t. Ita': ;:n'r. '" -'t':: '11'1 -o rejt.t any and ail bidat the Oourt-
wondering; ii .John I.. Lewis n-ill allow them enough coal t..t> M\ fr'it'nd. Joe Du Mond. down l.ou-f beraring at 10 OU OC.cHk.: A. II on the 12th day of December I9t \

heat the house. \Vi.tai' du-tin oil storm doorant! ': the: < itn.,.-tern tip of Flondi. ti v i::land be re outside.t-xed any In m municipaL any parcel through eumeut which for road there right i' an of existing way 200 state fret road wade

l"eme1erill: 'va\"5 to :strotch} the Tarn.1y budget fur winter is hereby: awarded the decree of Ato a.l 'uiid. outside the corporate limit- of any municipality a.- of this Oat
t:t.t' tn ,.t:. half of a'l petroleum and three fourth. of other mineral mill .,'
dot:w;. l.t.\I.B. toaster of Monkey nun ,,'- :> -"-Hd. A! :" nd- are wth-n ,.ala' lotiate ..oiit. a> of this date the reserra 4. i
<'"s t bv this column. He can settle ..1:1'h .t. pri\ileut ,o explore : '*":f" and ttevelop will be COB: -
Outside the trees are covered with (llzzIing0101'! of -iu'i; d o 14 aid under If..d t...>Y grub the co-ent of tUe surface oe'nea;
beauty as; to inspire poetry and editorials} lauding the wonders the monkey-corset problem 1'1a
minute's time I'r.b.\ll, wail!' DESCRIPTION Sec TWp, Kgf C.
: of nature. People gulf in great datisrht- of fresh ciipair LotI to 7 me. Block
!some pretty rood pointerfor ttl' 13 Unit Xo 1 OrevnoWHighlands -
and would feel! wonderful except for one dimayinthought ;! human late because monkeys ar Lantana Florida -

} They inwardly realize this beauty of nature i i- like humans, and Joe knows mo'ikeys 23 2t a>. .x7 In PB u 13- .Pa.__; uu___________ H 43 43
only a final favor, a cushion to ab-orb the shock -uildenh' from ape to ziny. Lot 11 mock 73 Add :-0.
1 to Town of Lake-
realizing; that icy :-:ha1'lof: piercing wind and howling blizards laying: awarded the decree and Worth aIn PB :5 Pages
6 to 9 Inc __ _
? : arc jut around the corner. qualified Joe as an expert. I m going lot 12 Bnck'3.; -\:1: <1 No.uuuu

On the other hand!, Floridian:, who enjoyed a cool -ummcr to go ahead! on the job of sav 1 to Ton of Lake

with the help of rainare not tinkering with furnace-. mgth." up-north scientist the 6 Worth to 9 a inc- ta _PB__.5._Page-__.UUh________
$ >.OOO he wants and two -'
year.>
Thewouldn't Know a storm door if they -aw: one and
time as well as wear and tear o 1the TRUSTEES OF THE INTERN IMPROVEMENT:
changing; into winter clothes meanno more than tradinga FOND OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
40 monkey He can use fiefive J ALEX RNETTE
-Jlorthirt; for one which require necktie. thousand smackers for anothtr : KMice \\" Jovce Deputy Clerk

The average Floridian i is always happy he live< in Florida. experiment where the tnl i Uaient Publish November 7th. 1947tOfI'I Agent Trustee-" I. Fund Palm Beach County

Hut: this} IN the time of year when the .satisfaction: Ieg111'- to asrainst him. and if he pets
: ill' iNiFtIO\: 511.1. I.\,It
reach ab-olute.: It may not be humanitarian, but there i i- u the monkeys he can send "em dow NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that pursuant of section IS (iiI. Chapter :!l"l65.'f.
t"l'rtain.l.tis'fal'tiol1: in knowing that while others are dii- to Joe Du :\Ilnd'tnnkey junsjK Laws of Florida Acts of 19U. and Section 6. Chapter H.17. Laws of t1l'rt.la.
Act of 1931. amE'ndt'd section 11. ,
by Chapter 20658. Law of Florida Act
gitig in for a (disagreeable: months you are J preparing for at Goulds. Fl:.. He can use th of 19.n the folo\\.ng: d..rlbt'd Lana In Pam Beach Count). Florida. tacit:

the most time of Uradenton Herald. two years any way he wants.
delightful year.- DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge. Ae
Sly word to the scientist is ths Tract 66. Block 62. Palm

no self-respectmz m o n k e ". Beach Farms Company
Plat No 3 __.
Big Day In Everglades down though he is bv nautre !h 32 ., 33. Block 2. Plat SLot

going to be straipht-laced enoughto of Bailer s Subdtx l>tonNo
Some of us who he not yet really raped the -ig-nific-: 5 Re-ub
a of TractsX
ame of KverjrladeNational Parko far a- Florida i- concerned tand for siiaiaht-lacins Professor 2. 9 & 10. Belle Glade
Du Monti will ajjree And I Harden- Lot 5. Block
will have chance to get a better understanding: on ,
6. Twp 43-44 Ri; 37 E
sruess we humans;; would benefit b\ I
Dec. 'i<., when the park will be dedicated at K\errlades. No I ain PB 2J( P 26 '____h'U__ H
taking: that attitude on a g'f":1 1 S1. of Lot 2 and lot 3.
better place could h: \e been selected: than KerjrladeThis many other things than corsets;; I Brock Victor L Cietger

little city is one of the must attractive :spots in the :state. Il: Show me a monkey with inhih.rion ;- .Add pn"o'i IS to P I'ahoKre 73; EI'I:1ia'/:asto

i is red I)" a part of the park -o: far as itlatitude- and tropi- -. or that shows hn.-s of worry I 5ulxiof Tracts 30
:31 ___.__ 18 42 37; 2::1
calettinir concerned. about keeping with the Jones*"* W' '
: are ( up : OF SEt: OF N\V 4

All! Flori<+iails... who! can po--ibly+ + } make the trip should be on t trnnkey Joneses, of course t .'\ I Lot OF 41 8\\Block. 4 Plat of_.u__ I U 42 5

'i..hd! :tt the dedication. Tim will they learn that we are to corset would cramp a monkettvle. : Riders. Subdtti,don inN"
and heM move heaven ant of Lot 3. Block 6
'have one of the greatest national parks:, in the nation, which it: Hiatu- Between
earth to keep out of one for feirLe'd
in time: will !become one of the! mo-t: attractive :spotin the come one last in the peantrace r1wr a..4 11..P 44 20 S.P Range 23 m'___,-_ J07w

western hemisphere: for touri-t- 175 ft of E'.. of Tract
62 N of ('rotState Hvrvi
The park' executive committee etimatethat: there evil!' Not that monkeys- aren't xat.1. I I...-..- S 300 ft.I Block 5

I be 120,000 Visitors for the Ol'l'a-OI1.: a large number of Which Joe tellme they are and n- panv Pain Plat Beach No Farm 3 Com ___._,__ __ J

will be from outside the state. Naturally these outsiders: will <%n"vld know, since he has prn'-
will lye offered for !sale nt public outcrv l-tr the highest and twit cash Met .i.
be the me:'ns of bringing others} in later :-ea-oiis.: SaraotaH'T.ddTribune. ) ably the best collection of ra 1'- ;ect to the right of the Board of Comingiot.erof Exerxlades Drainage btetrk-t
I I type', of monkev. well as; one of to reject any and all bid- at the Cutirthou-e. beginnlne at 10 00 clock ,<\. SI
I on the 12th di\ of Dec mher 1947 Easement for drainage and ft'<'lamatknanJ
th collections the orlinarv. -
f"larg-t'st road be reined i50 > of nil oil 1110.; mineral rights! :
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prank-plajmp. hand org an I I"alitty will a'-o! be ff'-t't\'l'd
B .Trt .if (", mmi -l"II"r- "l Eteri;lade.
Bobby White HasA Food Sale To BeHeld \ in the country. Dra-i. 'ee Tti-t-:. t
Some of these! rare types will .T MI-X ARNFTTIXu; : nt f..r s..ur PrttarclB
Birthday Party SaUNov.Z) preen and pose like movie siren- B. \:il .' W .I 'vi'I5'pun' ('!It'
ibh-h N.)'-e nb.r 7 14 A 21 1947
I of the rally flickers. Others pollvnatii'ed :
MrV. J. White honored herson Membeis of hte Canal PointUSCS and t
I i npf'ratingt'ntin'h' :>n
Itlfiy with a birthday pirtySat'iid.iv : will hold a food sale at Th.Sj I a hiil-fellow-well-met theorha\-
'ott Shop in Canal Point a W" OK I I
of truk wheedle!
to
afternoon celebrating a Kip:: :i
from tomorrow S iturd,iv. Nov i
his fouiteenth nut. p.a-I
InithdiyThe : I 115. The salti is !ischedule.! to strut: As a matter of fatt a

aftt'I'nIH'n was enjoyed witi I at 10 a. m. The Sport I Shop is 10- I through the Monkey Jungle: i-

all participating: in a football tated l .,tween Kthols Grocery and one of the best ways t know t.> .

;'::Ullt'. .\ l'autiful: birthday!: rake the Carter-CIeisrer DI utorl'. see a panoramic rt'nt't'ti..n <-f t" ROLLROOFING
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complete with I'andl.'s. was the I antics of the human lace \rd :t
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Mr and Mrs .\I'inrm tron?" takes only a tiny stretch of i'n-

center pure on a"I'ry colorf.i! .I -ind *>n. Gary of Hialeah 'itt'l i nation tn'iJ'nUfy each one <>t t..1
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table iloth Uefieshments of .. L.V.
u ,', hipatents. Pr and Mrs nearly :2 ITt'anl and cake wen served trio Ann-tronsr. Stturdimsht while reservation with sortfannlt''I

following jjuest. lit'iu' and Judy enroute to U'arten. Ohio. xxher<% I .
>ml*>r of the hum in rue:
Hiiihinan. Tommy Burns Pa 1 th.y were called by the death of Theie are for e\ampl<'. a hllTl-1

Turin' \'tlte. Hunter and llomrt.athant. Iwr'aunt. Mrs Tommy Jone.- I dred or more Java monkeys

,Jacky and Foye Sims -.- run free in the juncle J..It'. as a

Gene and Paul Conner. Edwin, 1 Dr. and Mrs. Roland I:. Loi2r: Mister of Monkey BII mt'ss. is Usa t
Clifford and! Gloria Stuart and will leave Sunday for St Petersburg he'
master of ,;;hwman hip. and s
Truman attend t!"
IliffyMr where thl'yill and
turned lows the clowns prankplay..r.
and Mrs "orhett anil Florida State D.'ntalOt'iat1i"1
Henry I
of his collection to roa'nthe
Mrs. I Kalph CorU.tt as.-!'te.l the meeting They will return on \Ved-
I arei He completes the pr">- 90 lb. Slate
h. stes ne"davPlenty
I cess of reversing the ituati'n b..-

keeping human spectators of mor-
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key antics inside wire ",' IEV's.:' for

! I ntlll1;: : protection LIGHT & DARK KKKKN;

; |II Th free monkeys and their I J

I ir-red: and one types of misi'!h! '* I RED -

I are The pr"totxpe.-. of any hunch ?f

of i : c.'h.'l kids you ran ftn't'iti I'I'blh

I r." so prank or tick: t.> 1t1.1:

i i--ti- t t'.he! little ho\\-.ff i ij I $3.85Felt

j t- t. T-,.\" \\ "n't play f"r p"' ir'.t; i j

BARBWIRE \ : ';11.1.l the lanes ..f f::.' _p. j

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tees are the anti rttt e
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: # It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was

I:1 at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play .
Ii sounded his horn and was driving* cautiously through. One

ii II last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran.
:: ...It wasn't the driver's fault, but Mickie was OUT...focever!
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:' Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and

: towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor
traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children -
Mr. Motorist
is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way.
3,296 is tragic!

i MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic

I! SAFE-DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par-
A HABITOBSERVE ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert

extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.

( !r Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
: these youngsters being struck down and OUT!

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TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR
IN GOOD REPAIR
THIS SPACE DONATED HY
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DON'T TAKE CHANCES i

Prepared by the Associated DaiHei': Pah a kee Police Department
cf Florida. the Florida Press Asss'
elation, aid.the National; l Ccrserva-' ALTMAN: MORGAN()I ; ChiefFrida i i.
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Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday November 7. 1917

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Large AttendanceAt I son and Star.ley F--.,.URt:-\" D I Why Didn't You A.:-tra.ia": pir.rf \\'ltr.:1':: ) 'UI. tne p. >!pi,? ,.f ctiwisum cantvark

A. C eke at Lake \'i of. th! ST.: .. .Ir: watched bat'theIr: head: in re- : C1!:arhe Miner u: r.:s no '! "

:\ :Meet in n-i'ii.itor.U talk on "What i* Burn That Old Hat speit 101, the nl'l'a.lon. Tht-y said sactitue.

Meant to B' a Christian his lip quiweied and one evt.n
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Of Canal Point WSCS Sooner. Charlie? u _. -
T-u Junior Fellow h.sip.vhur.. clamed a tear rolled down into h's

nHttcveiy Friday at 3.CO. h. Ida moustache as he held the matc.i, The unexpt"Clt'Uyarly lom,'-
'I Woman's Society of Chn.*- j C't"\'i"tCll News but he verred from tat tack
Hall ,ween Party and Juar..- never ; pat in state motor vehicle reg.-
:::>. s" "-.i I. l.t thf Met'iodist: A landmark i IIf C'.vision'! vaihed -.- of duty,
: mallow jast on the churti tntion>. which decline! "ubtantiallv -
. :n a :;.If tf -m k thee
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(_,.-:r.'' f Cv:il Point n-'tntlv: en- p
grounds at the time of the O,. Up in -m ke went Charlie's hat. during the war was viewe.iby
j'Atd! tw! '',!!';::.'-t att.-ndan..e it suit' of a noble gt stiii.; 01: the pu: t
31 meeting.A i.i. -!..' kt t"" ;sty stract:: into 1 the Florid Petroh'im Indati. -
of A monthly: meeting whenit t3ntIayor Chat :"
any regular meeting of all Sundiv In ( iio.t.le: -kOtidl> t.'I1\U'-: it ie.- Cmiprtt: a> pi.\idm_ adti:-
special a solemn ritual lye burned hip
with MiPope Sear f..r | ;
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the t.November s.ssirm.n honor- S..ho!>l teachers and officers in- andt>nt. badly battered panama ha-n rained! sime. If the rainystaon tia.I; fund foi I-'ad ..!:-:ru'.ti >.i

who recently v..iunteeied actually i- over for th.heitu .> ?:.d 1'1it1t'nanl't'! a b .> \ e tnt
I ) all those hat in effort
the soy ihiding an to stop; the rain-
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. r ip in
r *thyIt'mberh for teaching service w 1 season eaMi" and no more flood ; :.. ant- already a\'.i.:able! !
fietv was presented to the nun i ,
inters son Billy by Mrs. John. ray held! in the parsjnace: on Tu s.tJa Ftonl'wing'an early morning d=- -
'. November 11. at ';:::0. Th swill C'ussinn over coffee at a )Ol'I I
Harrington on b half of the Sourty. ..... .
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The president of the organization bt' a v,ty important planning; =naf'kery. a group of civic mind I

: is MrA.. 11 Harrington I( ( or.ferente of ;great: significance;: individual sat in judgement :an.

I-tit fifty young peopleitn! !1 as the time for dedication of the decided that Charlies hat w i'nr' PRINCE THEATRE

new Education Building draw! .; ::'tm2r the rain gd: rf the an-
at
tneir adult sponsors gathered
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tient C'lloni'as. Onlr m.\'al
th- church on Tue day for the November | r.t-ar
meeting of the Glades" Su->-i I Another week of progress' iionstiaction 1 i t"e ufft'ndingantiqliatt'{! kypiei; Sunday-Monday, November 9-10!)
could ; lhf'ir.at11.. Minerva i I
woik is adtingmuc appease
whim
District of tht'h.thOllist
to the buil .ng. The nianv tim '- % approached and the subject"l'ell. I ..' ...,
antI
\\.tS followed by frames r"- .
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fiirsuming small jobs' that have t'is' Wo t> 'd, tJ I'
freshm'nts. A short worship ser-! -
d before the fimsh.r' ,.: Okeecholiee{'(' and BJ !v : "
; led b\ the local president.Elw'ed ne
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1 flirt.I!-i; :,d In Max Wil- toad1 are begun are slowly" bit Bow-lee: *! qnothIint.'r.. "l'\\ \ r =-t r JOEL McCREA VERONICA LAKE
jsitely ht'ingfini h..d, Brother N. known that hat had seared horn -. :
before the tlapr horseless:: car -'i ": DON DFORE
V Max-on assist'd bv the; minist ;

" t., has been tt'n.jmgto mast "t riages. But I never thouzht i:

Classified Ads tb'a'- details Donations by PaulKirdir wouM get the goat of a pagan
Mr and Mrs. :M L Adam However if sacrifice of the chapeau l\ii D"i

I II I and Tommy Griffith are helping will stop the rain. let's get :!
over with quick:'
SKI'TIC: tanks and grease traps our woik lonMdetablvni ,
: Striding to the sidewalk he carefully '
cleaned and repaired.Phone i : : \ 50 SUSPENSE-PACKED
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temoxed the odd st ra w. 15firnliar ,;;
2S72. Bob Doiithit. Pahokee M17c : ;'f.-' ,' ./1. .._, ;:,.,
'lU'll o ITllla..TS'ItSTI"'T : a sight 01 igirHn: ; : I i

I'Oi: KKXT: : South '_ Section 11, : : Highway atne very palms ;,.. : I I I
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(12M 1 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone \D.\M AND J.LLF.X1.X"

%M. Jlltf i i- the subjcit of the Les-uin-Ser-

i l man which will be read inChurch's
IOIISXI.K:: New Willys Jeep, u,If Christ. Scientist

Walter! Ashley Garage in Bell throughout the world 1 on Sundiv,

Glade. Phone 12;. Jllch : November J(.

>\ ,\STIUP.ut: time bookkeeper I letin''t'iIarkrf is- "Ye weM ..>
> '=s.' but now at.ve -
and stenographer for the soa-
list: in the Loidwalk: as; ci:;-: ,
1'0" Hex 3C7. Canal Point. Fla.
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'Mn <.f lieht" tHrh.inns r,:e ,
Oct. 3ch-tf "I
An'ong the citations vhih t'

nil,,', f'e! Leon- >rm"n i ithe f '.-
I.XI: :JM.UXDI.x: House of Beauty. ,
ioaintfrom t' :I
Shampoo and Finger'av-', 1
create.! man in his own ir:auVi : '
f1 2.i and $1..1) Oistmetive; Permanent ' I
'! "- jj:icj.( "f oo created '.:. t; '
Waving Mimcunng.
I , And! O)d saw every ,;
Phone J2; :*. Canal
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Point.Oct. that heail" "'a le. and. \ ';< :
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!it w ;is vetv srood (Henesi--: J"

I'Oi: S \I *': ". M'n, ft No'ge r.'- "1 i to fi'It rci'ifsii I. Ii IiI

The L," 'n1'0" also in"lu.i! -
fngeraloi. S.- Claude Padget. --(ln- (
Pahokf-e. Fla. tic I[ the fdlowirg passage fr.'iu t::"
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1'01I.t:: g"od sueil Uoval trp'- erne and 1I'alth'it* Kev to t '.-

wnter. :x iMMi. C*. A. Bailey S riptures" bv Mary BiK. Eddy: i"irso.'r.r

Phone 70 Belle C.l.vl'. Nov, 27oI'tii ."W 1.'vae this brief clonolis h.-

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; ... \I.E: l!+ trt International ,
( in the first hapti-r of Geiei -.-;::-'-
tni"k. flat Invly. Belle Glade in the hand of God. not of man ,

Lumber t'ompiny. Itp in the Keeping of Spirit, not in t' -
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FOII.t:: Porcelain lined C.H* ter. joyfully acknowledge new I
and! forever God's !snprennomnipotence >":. II
iron i pre-war bath tub good I as I Ii
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new trim included Also 21 x =mink and ommpreenc > i

in goal l ondition T. II. .\tl- (521:61. -.- II ;_ jl13M4 f ;

IH-\ BufieUl Highway 'lh'1!
('_'Hit UI' 111 \:\ \' I

TinIIKMI'x I wish to extend my deepest appieciation -

: IIXKIUK: xllOI to the ninny folk wh'. ivN.M' f.ff

at the Sign i of the Batber Pole iiso; kind to me while I was in !; LANIER OAK

Can1; 1 Point, Florida i the hospital from injuries!< received.1I

I during the storm I greatly apte **- IlrUlIOU ic'' CE
If)' JTn; IOXN. tio.H; ten t > '. orgiitI
nte the yards and many Kind
twit unproved farmland I Iiit
\ v.'ran
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I received diirincr t '
;hid < ittl,- i' i ni"heC A time messages I was incapacitated I shi'l i, rIJf f'x...."... e.1... : t tn."r.r.. ;c"'. bit.i.C'.t

n.ul.\ Phl'n.711. B.'!''. (;iade IV always remember these kindnesses r a0 I ties) inspired to write. some of his

and have a warm pot in my he.*.t ti '1 4E a1 a greatest poems. IS i "mu>t .ith visitors

for those who were s n thoughtful 1 ,j.f I to the scenic Hrunswu\ \. and Sr. San: >115
CHILLS ft FEVER
Mrs BethTaverns area It r an ittrarjon of ana>t unI'f

\\'eat Palm Beach f' l S ti.wl intcrcit.ovnr.'nt .
DUE TO MALARIA . _ \ ,. 11t \

RELIEVEDrr/- Mrs E L Garrett: has' returnM
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BY- and diughter-m-law Mr and Mr (. ,

G.. y Ur.nl,o.6.aW W Dalton Garrett in Stuart,
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*-:: *...'te From where I sit... It/ Joe Marsh P ?? !

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'Flit' Suitlfl'atL I I t", Fanunl R4'rinnal;

t" YeH ,

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I [ni of ).'tX Bctr. the pct H'AIOn.lY! Dnk::
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!V !,, of rticndhq, is aUo! a t;east it )urn i h one of thj*. I
I., t' ht a nt'iih1 irintr pip"r. that S. at I ho M fir i ins railed: oldfr. -

t1>a round hiotuit i- en .:, \. .:.. alit '. i \ ., f.ir ,..u.: j, a f1mUU1I1' talc" that s-.cks Out the s-is u.l1! gin: -'l.

\ -er homo h.-c : of hoc: regional foods sod be\traces ]JAX is breat :
t. -nun.i':> runl -pfculits i tat fat a urmalt: : -
for Suuthca-.tern palate h's.1 perfca::: tjr i
hate found that the square m :ugh! like n-. s,;u rr iiritati > companion
: our famous rtnonal I di-fc? AnJ its t+hol! satf'; r.. ,
bl<.fuit lendit-cU I ti> asnth -Imi* "tvr will.! . and for Xiri'nrun beer

production and I'3"> s!..rai:.' better ...-"rd in the triad .dd- >i.awtf I onJ rclrc: >hmij |I';>t bv' itx.If, Tr\ N'. ;.-::1. rstllo* ,JAX f,

than thw-0 cu..lnr.iarals_ May. in tall <<...1) mu?- .r ordinar toJ.l}" '\\.>u >..rr.plan l t buv' tx.-.r b<::r .t anp' ,..

cU--. with fro-t -ide. and b.b.that' 5 SIR
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\\ell. we're ail i; t.'r hit A
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pr.- bt! inkine the brim la, .. ,:>' ',.. .t t,. :.. .' t'. 5''y cr lad t..r (.. -+
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o"e new :.5oa we j ..-t i'n't

cotton t... A round biscuit -prea.1 Think I"l: step out to the kitcher

nicely jtnmi'hip with snappyfor a sack ri:ht now! JAX BREWING COMPANY JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

ccuntrjchee,.*. Kxii. like a b. cuit! !I

Ar.J accompanied by a millovrjrla -TKBITKD:: BY

!" of btvr. it'a C'\'rnbinstlva 87 L.t.....!/'

thAt you can't improve on ConnellBELLE
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Brownies Hold Their f "IOmilXG1111)"* I Ghoo.tT11:;: !!- AnGames r1_ I Po :t::Iyn K n n. di'ic::ttr cf M' MV. II Van" ha returrel
It IS hoped that every member ::1 \Is H Kemp and *?OT'
RegularIeeting: I "f f the First Bipti Church of P i- I Are: i twj' : { I I T, :;rs''n :W'' <.f Mr and Mi-:: from a visit WIth her aunt. Mr
I T. O Leper who has Inener\ ;li
hokfwill make a special effo_t G.trt':: Johnson both of whom are

Tr. regular;' nuet.njr; of the I t<. b<. present this Sunday morning I Tat .- .::: .\'- ,i::J ,, ".t- p:it ;1 N at the iho-l for the Deaf at her home i i- \ladi"D.. Fla. **';'"

Er >wm -- \vah,.Id Thursday! : at t" h..ar the pastor Ke\ C" A. :Mo-: First '.:I.*!h d;:..* Church t"1 2',: ;i-d the Blind In **t. Visn.stt-i waKcoipir. td bv her niece..

three o' lock in the school aud'tonupi !- i berg preach: on. "LO King Ahead:' Hallov- r pa: iin the lei-n I pent te \\.... e'.id vf thcr MrLA .-mi Qi.attlobium of

withthe Traders Mrs Edjth I The Barbara Dun the Misses Barbara hall on Thursday night; u:- pat "tin Pah'k't'' :\h.lnl1.

:Smith; and i Mrs. Joe Kdenfield: in Wilkinson:; and Barbara Jane week with Mrs Leon Sri I

cnarjre. Roll call wa (,hserv"d :Mobeigr: will sin?. ccompamed b'; tea iu.r of te jnrl" Mrs ;

and the B:ownie promise was Mrs C RVrottn, A.t the ever.- :Starling; teacher of the boys 0.A.>{L*>.A.><* C?< >i >V i V S }Sy?< >V >v{>>v }vQ

friv'''n. The: business was then at- .rjf service. the Class Quartet:: wi'lmjr Mr*. Geo B. Kame\ ana .;10;. ..l">

tt>r.ro>d .o which consisted mostly = The group consists of Dprioner -. 4..' h P.hlkt. fellowship Office :Machine Headquarter Y
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<.f the problem of unif'rms for th,> Messrs G"-, ButleI |t j : tine a- hot s. es. < >
troop. This \':as and <.ctU"fl! at j I Ralph Grimes. ".. Cow ait. B. \\'. i i I A jji: ; caulk! and other .eY> I mU'i \\"oo'l l T\'pe\\'i iter> '>
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this meeting The gI': then line 1 j j\\oo l, The pastor will preach. j!It';ritai ff T Ilo\een were I I )> lindtralddding; lathineMzmh.mt }:.

ourJe >id led to t':,* .- -- ;. Calculatinjr Machine- .a
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up! in z I f j "orient p: 'Z*>s were won bv i '" >
home of Mis D. L. Fnend vhcr.' Big Party Is Plan Cumirz'-am Phoebe Ann n A. g.I Dick Mimeosriaph- !.
the..n> tnt ltainf'd with a delightful i "V' Elliott \ddrl'-o <,,;
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j 1 Irene H lnic". Donna \Iay. : iiiaph*
Halloao natty. Gtmovtrp <: 1 Of Legion Groupsi Beverly: and F.'dyn'ann.. {i> F & E Cht.'di"rit r- .;:

played: and then Mioiou r.-. At a brief bu"inf'i'se' :<*s! 'r ; <4 ""-Io>
i i f.r d big party to bht'*,: -t HALSEGHIFFJTII. IXC. .
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frf'shmf'nts in the Hallow*'en moti ,
junior : agreed to asstr! : .
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;group < ;
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wen 'a i\i d to the I4sruls and 2 i| on a project the ci.llet tion of : Phone :2-3: *$, \\ l't Palm UeachShrubs s'SY
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leader= w1-! were prei"'nt." The for at :
rra gifts amputees
: Fred and Percy Mansfield! Post (1'ht \ 8 r s a A t. r. c It a
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girl th'-n nan hed bark to the I veteran hospital t >S >s>o >S ><>e >s;'><>i>< <+{ Si>S >{ S i4 ?< >{ >t >t >S >0
, the regular m'plinglondl\' j r v r s r y >; Y
: cl1o/.I 1 anlnre dismissed. Others to whom refreshmt
muh Special guests at the put i
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ser'wl l In the hostesses i \
Helen Howes Has
I 17o a womanL'frion orginira-
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Marcia J tr Guthrie Annette
!on cf't Palm Beach: als i tIrto
Birthday PartyP.t ,.h. Kay Frit>nd1 a r
members of Canal! Point Post 22 ,
i J !:::,'<'ks..lovre; L'-m Hurt | and Trees
and! the South flaw Legion Post: .
a'1'11'5.. C. T. Hoses en-I I Holt. Judy >*arhne. Mx H.'. 1 I
C \\'ethl'l'ington.. house ch \ir-
tertain*d at the woman's clubhouse Charles Marshall Harrv I
( man. will 1)0> in chaise:;: of arransen -
on Thursday night of las entsO { F'arUe. Daniel Howe Pat : ALL \'.\HIETIE1' KKTMI.

week with a party honoring their liott. Allen Sesie Fret B
I K. Carr membership
daughter 1 Htkn on her seventeenth ;'nd 1 Bobby 111)\1.
man. repotted that an Chair"'l \uthori7Ctl Sales
birthday anmxer'.Try The Hiil and Service
1*-msr made to reach the ---
wcn motif was used in party
of 100 percent r-r('?i'tra! JACOBSEN POWER AND
leroition Folk >vereplayed
games embers in the current membership : I Blue Devils Lose
and! prizes were award I '
drive bv ?aturdiK, Tom I HANI LAWN MOWERS1ST
to :MtirnttksandHa: \ Hitto-:.. I
The hosts tare assisted hylr.. f P.ohn'a Itnnnd aa nimemb ,. I To Fort Pierce 1 11 i
A
( r report \\"a'n on I
and \trs. M I. Keen in the serving i
the 2Tionpfinored dance lw' 1 AND LANDSCAPE
of n'frchiJ:f'nts of cake and punch j II CO.
in the Elks II..11 last Saturday
to 2" sue!'ts. I Tin Pit1 k -t B\j"; *">'MK\ : !
I night I Openedm'--tla\ and Saturdax afternoons
j I i ;pled ;,nd with th< it' mnr:<

1 1 I. ,. fb', handed the Fort P '
11.- : 'ut1l'rn: BInI."I.o't Palm Ileach
'OJ"-- ;. 'F.oi : .* .. t"i 'l'IfJ:' ", n U _.{...J .., j Fad' more than enough '>r ;
&1 ..J a. iJ' f-s; L- I! p ii1 t:::! ," .
J b 5 t. .t.-f b i f'," Pi t-\S. ib to ft victory ,____

t": ''K'al eleven on Lair Fi:'Id

I i nr.aY: m'Tht. "Piousn IN Pi1'

,.."" .,,.... FOR : ,1.\1 'e" rid all1'l -t a- well a- : -; ---.r,,. .
H t
t.J.: ttl I \ iitoron the ground anti r-ir-

..h"'H. -. gained; them in the air, bid pifiom
,, :. =:;: i....-R-Y LI1 SL ,
'f. I enter, Men fitmb'rs!' f '; :

: '3! : ,. hi h v:=>1.e f"nered b\ :
-t.: : ,
L --- if I F.,_'..". and two :r.terct'pti"1o
p.5 : ,i1
-=..- for the Fort
,, IT.' stage
; :. "'S. .= ..,. hd
{ . t !i i' n"iis.
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\7t'; ..: V" rt-.' end of the fi'st qu.

I Hii-t n Connell dropped I bark; .rf'I

.d&L:1: : i !>- UAH 2ft to punt on a 1, : It's
J down but received nch! a bid goodbecause
.y' ,
I CALLS from center that he was: unabl.kick .

sr he ran the bill up t.>

BRIEF Complete calls quickly. This ki"e 2<> where ':e was downed! :

Fort Pierce took n.'r. j itsALFAR c
better for
assures service you Prescott and Jack Stricklnd} 1 I

and your party line neighbors. the' bill down to the .. '!

#+I' when the quarter endtd At

opening of the second ( ;(

T'rotl Kendill Eagle I

broke through right tickle fo j
) to'jchd.>wn hut filled to kirk '

extra point. In the third i j 1';"n', 20 - - Belle Glade 1i ..\i
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Tackle(>nt> Haves tnt,'rc .
HANG UPCAREFULLY
Pihok" pass; on hia own 2"; I II 4

Be sure phone is placed I'Iran the bill 40 yards to the I II /
'hikee ;. Jack \
I 5": Th-r
securely on hook after each
I raced: Around light i end for : (
call. Remember phone **
,one o
.
t"lI' *d wn V piss! attempt

the hook ties up an entire line. \, cvner=w>i "'a> no good Tn I

:'t-:i'th quart near the t'n.1 <. Lr. rtR. i-ir'

ga're a Blue! Devil: fiimbl.- %'.:e I Ioered
i'
< b\ Fort Pierce on the (
a heekee 1 Prescott took the > !:

( | the 11 then tossed a pass: to |

GIVE I, my Leeper, left .end who c

j the Mil w the 1 and tr

I atros Kendall kcik was blot (
OTHERS A 1
The Blue Devils eave tw: F.

CHANCERELEASE Allow a little time between I a !scare in the third period i iI

t-t>\ launched a iw.v-inc
calls to permit others to have I. I II
with Tne K"rt CIT rlictinff

their turn at the line. I aerah: to Julian nydt'r and : I

::elvhth: earned the team
I their own 22 down to the

i PIt'T'n Eagle penalty I
1
V '-(.-.1 tve ball to the 1O T>** !

\ rsv.N then went t" pleat ;t. l i' A Servant of the Glades

[ 12: yards on two fumbles f
I
plainste! ; bill into the '1m'
I .,. .
H'"" Fag' tackle in th.

THE LINE INEMERGENCY When aio'her party on your ;I last plays 'f the pam Carr TH Miami
4 Buses
line has an emergency. please:" 1 reed the whatsoever hill with from"It any hO irt" In \\t-t Palm Beach
arc:
release tHe line quicdy..ond
t,> the Firt Pierre 2":? tn.1 1
Daily To I n Mvtr- Lakeland
pleasantly. stretched out on the ground I

''ml: .'xh\1i.: ted f"- 11" \eril mr.

i-N after: the d. !"c wh-V! a*

) ('r"f. t*. f.-: I Glades Motor Lines, Inc.

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M Ft:MN'I.: < u'TI.1 .
SEP.VI.Vc THE i.LADEn"Friday. ; :
co.s.

7'.. F. : .t ;' t"-: .
PARTY LINE F -'t B.t-t.? i'.. ,. ": Far.ai

,,', -' f '' t !! rise :
/ : :''' ;' a t'ist'rge: t' -

f If.... IS CATCHING t' :,'r: ir: ,In attar .. l '
..... ut.chh3ll.ngs lie trey ar'

sri v.-" begin thji Sda t' :

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Page Six The Everglades New. Canal Foist. Florida Fr.Jav.: November ;. 191:


wwww I Colee .Asks Aid I II I r PAIIOKEE HIGH :SCHOOL'S" Warren Repper Has Eugene Dx?"\n. Vincil Hopper.Wayne .
Cinematic ChatterBy II()\OI: ROLL Thornton. Horace Scruggs.11'ayne .

Malcolm MillarI I In State Chamber A in all subjects; ;I Birthday PartyMrs. Browning. Kenny Connell.

I Program St. Pete Sth Grade: Dicky Atkins. Bobby Joe Erickson. Jimmy
I I IIONOK ROLLA I J .\\". Pepper intertained'I Cambell. Barbara Hall. Johnny
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wouldn't advise you to forget or B in all subjects ; with a birthday party for her son, Smith. Mane Sapp. Beth SmitR,
ST. PETERSBURG Harold
your date at the Prince Theatre.On 12th Grade: Juanita Corbett. Warren, who was 6 years old. Oct.SO. I Vernell Browning. Louise Bexis ...n.I .
those two days one of the finest Colee executive vice president cf Dickie Johnson. Martha Scruggs;, j at their home. Games were I Carolyn and Jackie Scruggs. Edna
the Florida State Chamber of
Western tales written is to bi Ruth Kautz Helen Howes. Louise i t played and prizes awarded. Favors I I Morgan and Joe Repper.

screened. That story is "Ramrod"and Commerce wants participants 11 Hamilton. Gwen Gant, ElwooJ | of Halloween assortments were I Mothers attending weretr: .
the 31st annual of that I
meeting
it has for its stars and featured or- Dart. Lena Goodson. Sibyl Jensen, given to everyone, refreshments ofa I I Edith Smith Mrs. Floyd Browning,
players Joel McCrea Veron- I ganization, to be held here Dec. Margaret Powell Barbara Jenkin- I i birthday cake, cookies. ice cream |I Mrs. Bill Bolton. Mrs. Cecil Hall.
1 and 2, to submit proposed resohl-I I
ica Lake Donald Crisp. Don De- son. i I and punch v> e 8er'ed.Irs.. D. T. iMrs.i Jack Repper. Mrs. Vernoi
tions in advane of the ('
Fore. Preston Foster, Arleen llth Grade: William Jernigar. ; Connell assist; c.l in serving and m- Cambell. and Mrs. Ellis Hall.
Whalen. Charles Ruggles and I I the session. The proposals shouH I .
Lillian Hammond. Dellona Jones. tertaining. --- -
many other well known name I be transmitted to the chairman of Donald Danson. Imogene Spivey, Those enjoying the occasion: i PROTEST P.IR.\DE

players from Hollywood.The I I I the resolutions committee. J. A. Yvonne Fraser. Jack Major. II Mrs. Wilma Lence. Nancy Bolton, MIAMI-When it was learned

original novel, which appeared Griffin Tampa banker, Colee said 10th Grade: David Ram<,y, Payne Marlene ScoUt Josephine Pride.Judy I that the Orange Bowl Committeehad

in the Saturday Evening last week at Jacksonville. Jackson. I Buchanan, Judy Nell Smith. selected a New York Model

Post, was written by Luke Short.a I Program of the 2-day Florida 9th Grade: Sidney Caruther! I Diann Griffis:, Joyce Goodson. for 194S Orange Bowl QUt'enh-
well known writer of out-doo. business conf'rf'ncfil1 be mailed
1
Cruthirds. Barbara Ra-
Myra Cynthia Tuberville. ami girls were up in arms and
stories, and with Andre de Tothas State Chamber members, and announced 8th Grade Fields.! : MyrlBaxter. I, Jean Yates Francis
: Dorothy I burn. Calhour.I | staged a protest parade. The Florida -
director. I am sure you will enjoy ,I through the press, at a-i .
j Richard!
I I 5'narkford. Boyd Vorhees, i girls contend that htey can
Colee added. "It is already -
earl
every frame of this d.JjghtfulI I ydate 7th Grade: Peggy s:::::. y. Elt'an1or ||,Wairen Repper. Billy Kensan. Bil- hold their own against any Ne v
filled toovNfJowingtP '
storv.Although Walker. ':| !1\' Wilson. Harold Futch, Johnny York lassies and demand that :n
i I of the nature of theproblems .
Veronica said "because
the role that : !
.
-- -- I I Y neman, Ellis Hall. Lestt.'f'ili- Florida! model be selected Tath.'rthan
Lake is she that will confront Florida -
portrays something lars.s Jt'TTd Haves. James Jones an out-of-state girl.
i
has never done before, she acquit.herst .-* I : business leadership during tho Pahokee PTAVill)) I

If admirably in this tale. She next 12-month period Expressionfrom :Meet Monday Xite I
floor will have to
has tie very difficult choie of portraying the conform -

a \\'(>.<-tern woman with a (I to time limitation but advance I>'hiliit' FREE PARKING 91<-'
The Pah k. PT.will meet inregular .
heart *>f steel who jets what she i j i consideration will be givenby .. e Kir.in IIOUN TON
wants without the aid of a gUI1.I'm j: the resolutions! committee t > se= ion next: Monday night *
at *.. o'clock the school auditorium Till I'pitli iaooliiie and I'arl11 Da\. If gnu Like
sine you'll enjoy Veronica in )|i proposals submitted! prior to the in
this picture. j i!, conference.) ace ,!tmto a-i tnnnum '- I II lx11..11I: STATION LQU BRANCH

Of ('..ur c Joel! McCrea is light Col e did not elaborate on the ment by Mrs. E. L. Pope. E. F \\' > ,. _, U'.
.- '< at home in his for he has the I Urareallo will bo the speaker >:
part problems! being; placed I on I I 'I't Frt'I
been making a business to star agenda! of the conference bv th' I the evening. He is well versed ::11

in Western {'pie"t f since hn program committee but it is juvenile problems and will twos;

first IMI-.V in pu tines. He is"Ilamrod" known that they include consid--.r- I about juvenile problems as tVv'aie '

in the piece and he ('(>:- ation of a proposal that the Stat being faced tmliv. It is hop-M
tainly does play a hard character.I Chamber launch into a study of that a large I"rnwll111 turn o-it I

am not going to tell you the taxatio nand state government1! for the ni >tting.: I SQUARE DANCE

Story of II.imrtMl" but I am goingto : r.ffairs and another, that the organisation -. -

say you'll regret it very muchif the setting up Mis. F. M. Shaughness-y; spy*
spon-or t:5: u\: I'RIUMUlir: s:3o: ( P. )I.
you don't w' this very excellent of an industrial board to advancethe the past week in Tampa with her
\r v.iini.: .MK.IIOKMI' r\imi\tt: :
show. industrialization of Florida. daughter. Miss Jeanne Shaugbn.-

See Y HI at the movies Mat.Tenderfoot He dill say that one aft'rn".n sy, who recently fractured her lett MlIM IJXEW >

. would rx> devoted to a "pro andcon" wrist in a fall while horseback!
--- 1UVKR UA.MI51.KUSAdmission
discussion of the sales tax riding.
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..gitation. Four speakers two fir
Pips To a laic,s tax and two against h.* Lifo -h.
Several Girl Scouts aid.. would! present their side of Everybody is entitled t,> reoreatio"
I the question. and! amusement, nethervtry-

body gets it or not. I
Tenderfoot pins were pre-t'nt.1 -.- -
to several members of the I'ahoko-

Girl Scout Troop at an impressive I. Holland Speaks To -

ceremony conducted hy1 rs. .J 0 "Keep Florida Green"Group
Tom Ii \ nt":t. aptain. at the

First Methodist Chinch Tuesdiyafternoon. In Orlando Watch
thrills with
your go up
Scouts receiving pins

were Ina Fay Wade. Donna Jensen TALLAHASSEE Senator Spes-

Jean Platt Marian Enecks, sard L. Holland was the principal BIG-CAR QUALITYand

"'nyt'tackty, L"ta'IUiams! speaker at the final session of the

Emma Hitchcock. Joyce Lynn "Keep Florida Green" conferenceheld :: I your bills come down
Hurt. PhoeU> Ann Ramey. Peggy in Orlando this week.

Lvnn Shirley, Olive Gonzalez, Plans for a statewide fire con-
Nancy Hillier and! Myrna Herndon.! trol system considered. County AT LOWEST COST

Thetr CIC'P'ott'lI to prepare a i committee will bo formed to carry
box of food 1 for overseas relief in fire t3
the prevention message
Europe with each scout to bringcanned
| civic clubs and other organizationsin F ak4r.
food to the next meeting.During .
an effort to stimulate public understanding -
the work period the girl and sympathy for the
were taught how to make plasti"
plo ram, it was announced by
braid bracelets by B.rhara'e..I?- William }o'. Jacobs Xt"'lItlV".11-
worth. a member of the Hello Glad and
,
I.,' tccr <>f the Florida Forest I
Girls Scout Troop. l'.uk'sl..iation..
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If you want to understand! the IVace in the world eau t"> maintained I

weakness of human niture. lookup only when there Ksorne

a newspaper alxtnt ten yeareold force to restrain! nation- .' !.n, J

and read what toe socalledliadei.s I I'. ant something and hive t'i .

: tit the |eople were siymg. til...;ns of taking. ,' ;
f I r MfrT \ \\tdl'
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comfort Big-Car performance end dependebility i 1:

ThanksgivingTurkey !
y\! It's even greater fun to enjoy these motoring advantages -


. cf /lowest cost in purchase price operation end upkeep1 You _" _-_ __
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: get this envicble combinct.'on; in the new Chevrolet-the only .

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I motorcar giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST! Chevrolet '.

TODAY : is outstandingly beautiful . with;. the smartest of lines colors.GO-- ....IT LESS GA.f.01..'

it i peered by agr ..I'fd'-ho..p: vni

i! upholstery end cppont'T1ents-the; only low-priced car with a Vot.-.o (IIg.-,... ."g'''.

Mar O/.r' 9rear p.rlymonce M
We're have of turkee lu Furious Body by Fisher.
iroinir to plenty t I .ct ia.">gi m ga end oil.

this yt-ar hut. hy ordering early you .
ENJOY THIS ITII4 ? -- While waiting for new Chevrolet
your protect
Ire assured of t the exact size you COMFORT AND '
."" ....' e.,," 2 C\- your present car-and preserve its trad.-in

v ::1nt.! ( ccir. because c- .....: value. as well-by bringing it to us for skilled
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Friday. November 7, 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Page Seven


Wilson Sale I PL.\X Cllm"'T I.\" piorn\M
I Reports :.l..f'lt's of Marthas Guilt! Stuart Is Next On
Of Yellow
Squash t F-, pal Chi.rc.'i mat
.
plan: ft ''I' their! annual Christmas Blue Devils Slate

: .r'iSrN: 1"ILL}: Tc l.tt :'f -'as'a. at a !et tine .it tie: b...,..

... ', -, : I'.".....::. ::t "f ....I :.; : I I .- :M! -. S MiKinstry.: Jr. Tnt'-- --

M.Tn.ia: J Maloy OJ We.tPalm I a::.i y+ t', )! frt.:. F :: : i.i a nv: \vriig with the: pro,..idrr.rMi T.e: Put:,.;-;. o B1-::e FVv.ls! w-11 i it-
KttincMaiket..- is ipWilliam .".. "<'=. X. ,.
: Kennedy
nan piesidm.
I>: a> h !, the house guest ot eagle Start: tonight 1:: a determined -
Miss; Lois Morgan this week. L. Wilson state ui'-i'.. A district meeting: at DelravEe I
effort
to end their losiiui
John T. Pickett spent several who says: the Fort Piero- :-t. 11 ;h o-i XO"a announCt" !.
Farmer's handled .. i streak at the of th -
days this week in Jacksonville" on Market i itn; y xe nf The De 't'mb.'r nt'i'ting.nI ono expense +
business.Mr.: fall vegetables last week :d at the: home: ,..f11'''. 1":. G. :.Tigers. :Statistics indicate a relatively -
hampers of yellow squad!: "-.:. Johnson. t'a'ictor for the P.1iwk.E -
and Mrs. D. L. Fender I
had ; :' eleven however the local
?;old for S5 per hams" :
as their finest the past week Jhl Shipments::: the: j-tgn the W < ? : boys have slipped into a bad slump
Lee of Leland .. .
Bapti College. ("hulaIalket.. which opened I Halloween PartyIs since the South: Broward game aril

Dr. and Mis. L. \\". Armstrong: light volume In ....u-O : :, ... h.. I :t remain to be seen whether they!

h ft Tuesday! for a two week;* increased substantial1'; "' m.j-i :>t tend van snap back into the smooth

\'j.it'ith relatives in Kentucky.Mr. of l:1.t'H: 1: t-- ":ark-: :. : I A Big; SuccessThere I f.'rrn1th which they started th.ta.or. .'

and Mrs. W. H. Biewton I handled: 1. '2" bushel-: of ciu-i u!";. .. .

have as a truest this week ther whichold at p. :jq< ranging: f: were sit many novel. pretty I Coach: Clyde alley back; on the

daughter-m-aw.: Mrs. \Vhitt Brew- >..o.; to ?Q 4.">. Light ferns:; I and comical costumes on paradeat job after 'being hospitalized f.;

ton. of Ft. Lauderdale.: peppers sold at ftnrl <3 t<- S4 7; the big Halloween carnival and two weeks at the! Pratt Veteran
.
Albert Carter has moved from fsrsplar.t:: S2..10: :; and! yellow qxia-:: :\ I ;, e n. ,, Watr part: held for the children of Pa Hospital has completely reshuffled
S 1.70. _! ..... cte h.u or.51Y the Blue Devil lineup ar. I
Atlinta. Ga., to Pahokee where he 1- hokee and Canal Point on Lair:
will be - Field Friday night that the judges spent most of the week drilling
employed hv'ins.m Hen
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derson in the trucking business.Mr. : .: '. Y :.: : 'T- annual were hard put to make their de. |this men on the fundamental oft

and Mrs. F. L. Fisher returned i -t : : . "i'ltn.id.i.: cisions It wa= stmething like a blocking: and tacklingTwo of hi4
to their homo in Pahok- I i Attorn y ;;;..-:-.. sal ti ti.: ; past tw > thret'rigcin'u't with the kid* : first string "ien. John! Ogle andJ. :

Sunday after spt'nflingthe past \"<'ar.haj! i.--:: in>tutnental 11 troC'pir.gupon the field from different B. Wo.-.dham. unable to play in

four months on vacation in northern I. getting: the ac'i.eok of most directions to form thre.' i the Fort Pierce game l because of

states. While away they visited of tr.e-e onu-jls against ilo>ed huge parading cucle After going I'injuries, ale ba,'k an' but have
shop eo.::Lace;: a nationwnlemovenn been switched with
New York Baltimore and, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Sorrells of i into mane: a huddle the judges:;: announced I in r'ltil'ns
I rt: '.<:'iin: cmutt't.I! : in
Massachussetts. that cash prizes for t1ehe.t Ogle: playing at right guard and
Arcadia are the parents of a tungres-ii "Ial! actinto outlaw: ta i Woodham at fuilKuk Bobby IhkI -
Mr. and Mrs. lingo Raineri and < o1'tumt.t'rt' won oth".
daughter. :\Iugaretl1chelf.' wh I closedhop. I will start
er. regular guard. not
children have moved into their _e_ following;; children: I
arrived at the Sarasota hospitalon |; becaus" of -inkle injury received in
newly completed home in Pahokee. Preschool aHoh.'rt:; PavulSmionson
October SO. Mrs. Sorrells "Your Solar House"Is I j the tilt with the Eagles.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Upthegroy? is ; ( Peter Rabbit I. mo--t !
had as a guest the past week her the former: Miss Jackie Cha-tain. New original; : Rebecca Grimes pink: Alley plans to start: Ted Bob
DesignFor I I.fohn..n. end Kenneth John-
left
brother Fred Glisson of States- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I '.::Iyi.' pettiest: Jo" S y(' Caudillconvicti. i :
left tackle. Charles Philhp.T.
Ijoro. Ga. Florida Livis ( most c"rr.c-'l: SylvnI'arrish sonI
Jack* Chastain; of Pahokee.; Tae 's
Mrs. W. R. Kaufman and child- Chistains visited the : witch>I. most typical. | left guard: Raymond Caruthere*.

ten are guests of her patents. Mr. and her mother last Sunday.Mr. :young. lady I MIAMI A Fl.' :.ia! !iou..... designo First second and third grades |It'. nter: John Ogle; right guard'

and Mis. F. Cornell in Fort Lauderdale and Mis. Glyr.n Allen Car t., : !;''' adxar.tase; of tai: I Shelton James Lawson most original -I Lee 'r"t'n, right tackle: James
Scott, end Frank Gluts.
right :
this week. f>f Pahokee announce the birth ofa state's: fstlddm1dte!: and : Gail Johnson < ;gav nir.etie*
Rev. Gene Johnson of Kentuckyis : daughter. Glynda Kay: on I geography and to give a lift to Iivi I girl i. prettiest: Paul Watson quarterback: : Huston Connell. loft
half: Joe Kent: Carr right hat!.
i conducting a revival at The Nov. 2.Mr i i-g.; '! :'>".1! :had i''i-trated!' : in I ( Mammy Yokuno. most C''mie.i!:

Church of God on Canal Point an.111'5.. Milton C. Strick "Your Solar Hu.e". a book of i I Donna: Jean Illand wittht. mot! I and J. B Woodham_e*f-illb.ick.:

Road Service? are ling hell land of South Bay announce th' homes recently published! by. Simon i typical.! Fourth fifth and sixth!
each night at 7:..0 p. in.viti birth of a daughter Linda Marie & Schuster. I grades Philip Allen Pulanvj | Visitor Tells Lions

special singing at each service. on XO1.. Design-d; bv Robett I..aw We 1 j Spirit of Iahokee most pri ina' : 1! Of "Ideasand Ideal
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Yates havemoved I Mr. and Mrs John Franklin of Miami the Florida house is one i Conine Collins dolli.I. prettiest :

from West Palm Beach to' Giavdon of Pahokee announce th. oft!. in the book one for cacti I Charlotte Cate I ia ;gal from th->
ii.ake their home in Pahokee.Mr Betty Rev. Ion 1-:. Cook, pastor of
J nth of a son, John 'Walter :an state in the union and the Distn-1 Streamline. mot comical:
and \Irs. L. K. Enders : Nov. 4. of Columbia. Holt I another witch. most: typi the Cal'alI..t: dst! Church '.f
bile. ,\1a.. will in Pahokee I nintr.crad..s Lake Woith. wa guest speaker at
arrive and
\Ir.-I :,Ir. and Mrs.; Verno Clyde Shirley I Contribute 2 architects were e- cal. Seventh, eighth
Nov. l.r for visit with Neil" Kennen mechanical the Lions Club fathers and s nlinchfon "
a of Belle Glade announce the I Ieict 'd by a distinguished group o' ;
before he loaves: for Gieenlard ] birth of a son. Ronald Wayne. on I editors and deans of agricultural man I. most original: hilJ.'Y'at- Tuesday: Introduced by

where >!>e has ben assigned to j:, Nov. ,">. I college and commissioned' by the I son I Miss America I. prettiest : Rev. C T. Howes, program chair-
to i the Mrs. Enders 1: Chuck Elliott oat or Canal -; man. the speaker gave a talk on"Ideas
duty by army. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Williams of Ijbby-O.vens-Fonl Gli.-s Companyto hey: in
will lemam in Pahokee while Mr.Endeis 11 I !J'lle Glade announce the birth of I plan these medium sized hone. 5 1 Point tixii.: most comical: Joy and IJl'al.If'mh' ers of
Pahokee Boy Scout Troops :3 ar'd
is in Greenland.Mrs. I a daughter Linda Gayle, on test suited for each lo'alltand: to I Hall goblin; moat typical.
II. J. Anderson, who rev Oct. 3o.Mr. meet the peculiar ne-ds and cha-- Following! the parade parties 2'i; were guestsMr .

centlv returned to West Palm I and I IIrs.. Joe C. Blakenevof : al't.'ri'tic<;: of its p ,ople. climate t j were enjoyed bv: the kindergartenand I and Mrs I>. P. Caudill sangseveral

Beach after a visit with her son-j Pabokee announce the birth of and top. granhv. All house ate I elementary: school children at songs with Mr. CauJill

in-law and ..Iaughtf'r.tr.. and :.Irs'l a daughter. Mary Jo. on Oct. 31. in the medium price range.tabor various spots on Lair Field while furnishing the musical accompaniment -
Leon -e---- held for th' on the guitar.
Ki.stner. in Bridgeport -- -- I dincing parties were "
is a patient at St. Mary's Ho pita:.1 six upper grades at the woman's: Julian Chandler proprietor of
State H.>p. B. Elliott is ill at the Spend :Money Faster I Unites For club.nou.se. the Lions hall and thgymnasium 'I ('handler's Sundries! offered to th '

F.vt'rladt'sft'murial!: Hospital this Than TaxpayersCan I with room mother-j: Lions Club :t donation of toy fir

v.eek.Mr.. I Ballot RattleI I and teachers acting a. hostesses"P'e I underprivileged! / children! The club

and Mrs. C. T. Jackson haveas Turn It InTALLAHASSEEThe inival was: snonsored htho' voted! to turn these: toys over to

a guest her mother. .Ir'f. J. ,\'. I j P.trentTacher Association in <'1)- the Pahokee Chapter. Futur

Payne of Lake Placid.Mr. State if I R. jties.-nt.itsves ofFlorida's operation with civic and frater*"*! Farmers of America: for repair

and Mrs. Leo '\'rotl'n"i'itf'<1 Florida i is spending:l1n.'v faster organ'TTtions: : which gave fm.incalia" i i and distribution.Wallace .
na.'or labor unions!'!
it-lathes in St. Cloud'r the than it i is ('omingin from tax tevenues. :,.t; ni" and furnished tire: Barnes \\"a.'t'I'omf'Cl
weekend.Mr. I I it was dissclosed here thi3wt' united in one political front forth j ii-.j.-s. T:<' itidsing; team of i.Ttimluded I as a new member He was introu -

and Mrs. R. J. Simon 'oa k. *' first time in history decide 1 t Rov Vandegnft. Sr.. an ! <'e-i ht.rank Rozelle. district

have teturned from I.ake'ort1! With one exception every Stat" Kere t "--':1;- to s-t up a st'tteheadquarter" : Charles Willis.! repie5"nting; th 0I i{ deputy governor, who comm d.-d
. where I tax the first of te P.otan''uh David BJeech and | the rlu ban its membership and
they were the guests of Mr. in quarter current in Tallahassee.' I :
fiscal I T L Club. C. T. .,t'endanenat'ortla. stating that
and Mrs Rrubaker year protliKeil moie P.i-1 :!i"J\: :ors
0 Tnev plan to make the beadai. -
Mrs. J. B. Elliott spent the past j I money than it did during the am.' If.I ...1(v.r't: f. T. Shirley Fair + | the avrage attendance i* 05 per
trtv"3 nerve tenter of the
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week in B.ntow'I"ltin her oon-1 I period a year igo. but in spite of i I odge. Mr>. Frank Friend and t-nt.
'avnved move to dominate Florida.i f rector of
in-law I this W-oter. W.-tmr", lob: Path.r.J. Lively
and daughter.. and \Irs.1 incerase. the g"t'nl.ral:1h' MLe" ?
'\'. Harper Kendrick fund has tlron'-t'd from ?.", .<..H>.OOrt, H1.J.'IN.tlons.. i,| :\1... Not" :( nra on. ;Mrs Alma Far I the Episcopal Church of the ltrdyNativity

Mr. and Mrs. O I,. Flynn and j, to $1llOOt)." The political !lead"rs.! nennbersI row and Mi-s Lu ille William. ; announced that services
I the new united labor political I Ia | at his church will l*> held at n ::to
son. Billy, plan to leave this wet>',:- i j Greatly increased appropriations: I Bu. .. t nmn ttt't'. nam.,1t'rd..U Hea-
al-
end for .. .trnlln ton. N. M. where I of the 1917 Legislature account for '.-* Club Mrs. Henry Brooker ant a. m. every Sunday instead of
ton. Tallahassee: attorney director ? I
a SO and 11 3O service*
they will make their home I the record spending but it i.* still! I Mrs F"antis rra1tI, : Po: -.*_ 'prnatirc

Miss Zclla Jones. student at R-.- I too e.irly to !' >e whether the !lawmakers I ., of the :neadquarter. and the I I PT.rf'tht !should go to Mrs I. I i as has len the ('ll.m in the
.
!pI'tinnsro :tM.I
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sanan .T F-i-e*. h-i-i-e.sv .. Mrs fast
: Acadt'my."t'st Pali-i were right in rejecting :'Tnar
The committee represents the _e_ --
Beach. spent the past week wits: Governor Cald'.voll's warning that I| I I J. C Schoeppel. refre! hmer.tchairman. !'I
.\FL. the CIO and independentjunions
her I' trt'nt't.Ir.. and Mr- \\". I' rpw taxes were necessary to meet i I I the: parade committee. National) Guard
with a combined state m"m- I
,Jones in Pahokee while the expenditures.The mom mothers t.'a'hprt! and the, --
recuperating ts'rshup totaling 235.0't"X). It w isformed I Plans Summer
'I'
from a minor operation. general revenue fund tae I I, t.wt't'k,. ago in Ja k- helpers for the smooth' manner ir. i i iwhl' ,I
Mr. and Mrs J. \\'. ha only extra h carnival was nd-.r. i
Rogers : -I pulled an million dollars tie I r) Training Program
Isonville labor leadersroved
as state : I I'I .
the his broth into the and for furnishing childre i
a* guests pastrek treasury d-inng fie : to -mite politi* :illv. primailv j I i i -
.'rmbanl !''ti"tt'r.lr.. and Mrs first three months, while expenditures. !|'I in opposition to the TaftHartI I vi.much opportunity: for fun TAMPA Pa--! f..r the first
B K. Hendnx. of Tampa: rvair.lv for the record s,'ho. I- ; n t f thlU'; ; congress I p.w.ar 'I'n"'r: trar.r.pr'fam: : :
_
--- -- program were draining $t e'uiO.U TO I Heaton said at the close of lIn.Iay' 'hit-vjs pranks usually a- s--I!, 'tt ('artp J... k.-- S'.ith C'amlmm.

Never bother about trying-. appear away from the balance: on hand II ,. meeting that the unions ar < iated lath HilloweenT. '__ I nett tidy hv National' Guanl unitsin

'tmt. put your energy! ir.tANing H.vAever. the big tax: paynirronth I I "jro.r.g to make a fight of it" Ii'ith. I'I'I s. II I Florida and South Carolina

< "art for /general l revenue a:e I' .. lq#.. ...I"'n; f"r (""or.'t' ..1 >n. ::.. I. a t'':.,t all men are equal vt'f'r"- rrmpler': - -. still to come Hro eand dog I tate representatives and senator I II is a firt.. -n that was not accepted J Jbv 'I' cofjferern e of staff officers of the

The publicity: < h gets a lot of tricks: 's-l!! -pen shortly :and 11- j ar..! for Jo KI>Vrn >rl : th-h. frj rr'Hl our Constt -I' "VI *-t r'I 'ul1n

{licopl sooner or Liter but it usualIv tome from pT-i-mtttual! rai-:ng will !I l "\\'.,'re going right d I. .wn into ::toWhv: -. I Mal Gr S-im,T L t wrv. comandtrg -

/gets them begin to etc e ir. New autoniabrl' i the precincts.' Heaton sai3. "\Vv* II IIi -- -- : j general ',f the dvriithn

--- -- -- license tags will go on sale Dec 1 j I believe that with a membershipnow rot r:ake up your mind to j" "
Just because a man il a I good; and occupational: licenses are nopavabe. -.- r.. ehnc23.'i.0AI: ) we !should do sw.-t'-.rjr; rv day to urn1 1 meat of the fhvtsion a' P'-

sport does not rece.irily mesn all of which will tend to be ahie. tf Pt.'rw'rh- ere'i '..."-1 pr.v.v ':---f": It will pay banr .T C r t.Zlpt" rrrr.mmn'J: : .

that he is a /good man b'uld up the f'.r.d The wmt'r I to h. T 'a t- 'r itr.e r.-xt i".- i ..r:;.' .-! \.: .'r 1.. .m" !i'h r-.r. i -. t ...! o.' '
_e_ ---- .. -.-- -.- . .
tourist 1\\t -. -. tats
sea- t vinrrea jp.:-." ; ar Frta r: she .r :r t.
You can read: a b '.->k and still' Hignorant .. the state'sr .,Te f r'ro gazette: H' at :: td'1:1> rs < ,';' : ;h- "" "' ":an after reviewir.zhi : Bne G.T Mirk W Lan f'. '

: It all depends ul'"t and alech'tir! Iq'r taxe 4 as wt'nt tv,. .r,.tal: |;iv . their: r-jrr. "'Ar ::*.- 'A-.ll Inclined to 'eyo.tr. ;1't'\nt: y-rrx\\ -f F! ." :'!la expiaeej '

how regal? -. ., .* ,' ..1 ,
what and % > gastl; : > H: rug; :-f :- : hart sinn course.ibt twn rants
_._-- -- -- --- I "\... .!... ... ....: -- --V.. T !it: ".. *'. "'I'-..

OouTte.-y ma tike: a ltte of Your health :s :irr.portar.t: to vou. t r., :rc t ... .:r. h 'egilar't :'; y.- Tv- -e*. 'nrf..r"-"' 'A.'I 1 r... h '

your time hut. in the long rem it if tno tTel:<. > take ore "f ., .. -, .- b v .- -. h-jt it.W .. "I' F -' Jack' .r. in Jar. ;arv

may: save you mare time your tasty and !:ve linger - . . I gst -t: *> t f .r vn'I to ha -- --
--e_ --- --_._- PT . ---- 'I'iaireR\ helps every fwet

The citizen who has no appwiaton The n-.-'r.. a-.v: h\1.1.t.1! a certain tl . Hiv \ .: *'.'."..|''rd a.iv. w. . . . its e.penae I

of the beautiful in life: hasn'tbeen. ve k--'w.: .t's !l":+" you may a\\. ., --4-? .v., /n* writ- . .+, "' 1.y".r .

property: educated Nure, e re il'v!: Wr x* .. :. ..\ .: : ::- .: . i .. I -.riZ"1 ":.1!'" .. .._... ... t .. p-..



Page Eight The Everglades Xew& Canal Point, Florida -
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Baby Blue Devils :MobergConducts! VOfTII HAM.V Service Officer I Is j V. a..r.: 1;t.1'ii.iif" t'xe ut'u: ;::.i 1

,
Successful RevivalAt The R.H.. 1:. Nels n. .-..ont.retaiy :- I K-tteis wn.a: 11 7lett"sI -
Doing A Good Job j I i-mM.
? : of the Christian
an>;
Win Four StraightThe !! ChattahoocheeT I i! : the:
Missionary:;: Alliance, New York Stafford' office now ony:;
'-J I More than ;sYO cash '
in t. -
'A al!! address: :;: the weekly] rally .>! one in the Glades handles bet:i

undefeated Pahokec junior "- gieatert revival fr--rti th"j Youth for Christ of Palm Bea.- cove nes were reported for October \\ hite and negro \' h'rans.bt..,:

high eleven downed the Palm star.punt of visible results wa. County: at the Palm Beach High by James; A. Stafford, veterans '!! one third of the October wo :iIlf'a,1

lecently conducted by the! Rev. C. School auditorium at 7:43; p. m. service officer for the Glades area. 'j represented negTt'J"eh'ran,..
Beach junior high griddeis, 32 to A. :Moberg: in the First Baptist
Saturday. .
in his monthly summation of or- The Ga.lt's'eterans Office is .ifunction
I1. for their fourth consecutive Church of Chattahoochee. Florid
Youth for Christ local sponsorscave flee activity. Stafford stated that of Palm Beam County.;
victory of the season on Lair Field Sixty three united with the Baptist : described the Rev.' Nelson' asa personal interviews jumped from operated through the Palm Beath

Tuesdayafternoon.. Indications are church and three with the speaker of unusually versatile 220; in Sept: .ber to 314 in O- .t- i County Veterans Service Comnii-

that Coach X. L. Garrison's boy* :Methodist: Church of which Rev.T. gifts!': and as one who is in great ber.A ,: tee.
Ferguson is the pator. demand in I - -
are developing into one of the tot pulpit ministries brief breakdown of the: report
junior high teams in the county.The Rev. Ferguson former pastor :>f throughout the U. S. and Canada. shows recoveries of S3.117.10 from i Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell;

first string had little trouble the Pahokee :Methodist: Church. Frequently his Saturday night now applications for pensions subsistence moved last week rom tw: Cran-
was most gracious not only in his ministries take him into Youth and miscellaneous; activ f. .r,1 Apartments :in Pahokee to
in scoring and it was only afte-
Garrison put in his second string usual splendid spirit of cooperation for Christ meetings in many ities. 15; applications for hospitalization Bambridge Ga.. wncr. they will
but helped 'pave the way' for tin-; I states. including four emergency make their home
that the visitors were able to
coming of the evangelist. He ask -i I
march down the field to pay dirt. '
that he be rememberer to his
Pahokee made two quick touchdowns 1
friends in this area.Rey. .
! in the first before +9" 4f.
quarter
Moberg states that Rev' ....f . ;
Palm Beach scored on a 67-yard
Ferguson is'ery happy in hispresent > : :
unbar-k.: by Jerry Reed of a kic't-: '; :
has beautiful
situation a A
.ff. At the end of the first ppridPahnktt. .. ,
church building which to pr.>3' nand ... vf"i.v
.' led 20 to 7 and at the : J& \ <.
and is planning .o r .
worship ... -
half. 20 t,, 1 J. ." 1
build a Sunday School additionwit J -" : 1
Bobby Peacock Pahokf-e's hard .J> '
:m the"t'r near future.: &?
plunging halfback seoied thre--: .rjS". % 1. .... ;"

times, once tearing through the -- -- --- l< '...." __ CO' -'._,"''- ,'' "_..c..5'' _' '. 'V-._>..._-.P--"' .; .
lin- from the 1.; and later takinga I :Mrs. Schroder Has I* ;
and 32 ; M ., } dt YOUR CIRCLE ARROW STORE
more 12-yard for the pass touchdown.running Sidney :! Charge Mission: X x -->TKfc- '?>'

C.n utht.'rs raced. ;..1 yards through :: Study ProgramThe "'" "

a I'rnken field! to score and William I

Mizell tossed a pass!': to Carn(> I final class ..f th.' \YSCS fall SHOPPING EARLY

Wilder who ran 33 yard- to piy ;J i mission study" of the book. ""'t'. DO YOUR CONVENIENT I = .

dirt. MircII kicked the two extra;I the People, was conducted byMrs. ON OUR PLAN! TOYLAND OP
"lAY-AWAY" ::
points made by Pahokee. i It. J. Schiotl-T. mission study! .
Palm Beach its.on,1
touchdown
got I I chairman at a meeting of the DONi EEDISAPPOINTED
in the second quarter! when I Woman's Society of Christian SOME STOCKS LIMITED IN lAST MINU11:
I
Heed tulminated a long drive bv 1
Service in the First Methodist; SHOP NOW!
plunging across from the four. I Chinch Monday aftt'rnoonIrs.. RUSH.

Reed I and Stephen Doctor piercedthe Schroder introduced:: :;;. J. FrankI
line for the extra for
points I C"l.on) and :Miss: Ruth Dorsey who --
the visitors." INClUDING ? )
I: spoke on topics from the book.Mrs. i. !

. ---.-- I I D. D. Caudill. president.I @ L .} CL-- :,. -

I. n.m..dIr ..J.1.. I'lIiott.I's.. R G...... L- '......")
r' ., cr-:
(. r .,
Stuck Course For 1.1. :S,hr dt-r. Mrs. T. L.. Burns and )' 1 \ " ,- -, .
Mr. I. :M.: Lair on a committe 1 : "\ :\ <:;....\?
Pahokee BaptistsMrs. WSCS: officer" .
i to nominate new {Jcvhle Bell 2fcl "'=" .....,.,:w "' The election of officers will r> > \ -
\ '
W. M. DuB oY98G TRACTORS
Union Director of the Pahokee :Mrs.: J. H. York announced) that BOLSTER'ssf

Baptist Church announces a study ; the group's annual observance .>r

('olJrwhich began Monday with week of prayer will take place at

class f
Horace Unwin teaching the book: 24. Contributions to overseas relief -

"Bible Hen.>." Intermediate* were voted with Mrs. D. \\'. ? X
4 d I)
with Mrs. Stella Mullis teaching Cunningham appointed in chargeof

Crowing in Bible Knowledge: the project. Plans were mad \ CJi\-- !

Young' People with Miss Caraway for the annual Christmas program;: SAFETY CORKSBARffEL !
tt.ac'hing.UTh(> Books of the Bible, which will be presented by :Mr.: Al

and Adults with Mrs. Mercer of : Beverly at the December meeting.

Canal Point tt'aching"Our Doc- ----- PAINT SET

tiines." All members and prospective :Marie HendersonHas b1/10L '

members are invited and "

urged; to attend. Birthday Party 98c .

WOOD BURNING-SET POP GUEJ "V
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M's. Vin.!'on Henderson entertained -

in the woman's' clubhous" Big 30" Size

CHIROPRACTORWEST I :Monday: afternoon with a party 51.95 51.15

PALM BEACH I honoring her daughter. Rose II !:::eon
MON. WED. and FRI. her tenth birthday anniver-
BELIE GLADE
TUES THt'Rs. and SAT I i virv. Indoor games were enjoyed
!i and party favors: wore presentej! r, -:.:-, .ft:
DR. L. S. JONES > //98 .. -
to the guests. Contest! prizes w 1'0 '

Phone-Suit 3h?>o 301-02\V-t Comeau Palm Bldg.Peach. Fl. ,I I awarded tn Johnny Rogei Je-in- I WirELBARRO\V\ / \\(?; ..:t \ rh. ..;: w;: ,- .
Mock Gay; SchotppH.Tff! .
nine
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= = = \"\ '. \. ,. ." u....., '
Thomas and) Jacqueline Serugn-; .,. ,' -"' '- 6 .4.
i The hostel teas assiste l in th I I\ '-'\ :.r;;:t.Me }1,

UNKLE : r.' I1..41SOME : j "'t'r"U1'f refreshments of '< S "'ecf.i..,1 4 Ii .: ::011'.

i cream cake :and candy by :Mrs. J. Cock f'- 22 PIECE Baku &Grar. i'

ARTISTS SAVEV ''W. nnerIrs.. \\'. H. Roger.-. Ew!.3iW '' /\' DISH SeT PiANO
:Mrs. II. A. t'bt.'nmorgtn.Irs.. f II :

HAVE fO BE INSPIRED TO L Carh'r.1J'*. R. I>. Manl.iway. .., ..
00 THEIR' WORK -TH' | Mr JA. Henderson. M. Edr.i 08) ,..>".r .) 1 .'-)() $3.59,; )

BIST INSPIRATION AN' I F '?son. :\!rs"r.0:1' H.'r. ',,1':< >n UTTlfS WHEN .

EM"fVS1C -d.1.1tr Fat: (C'ollin. I SHAKEN? hla

' O'hers :attending were S: ndti
?:-\.\CIl' i GOCi'ROLLER '
: : i Rostv,:<. Donna Lynn M.iv. I?.>!"".>- r ....-:-. 'LtD "J '" "'.
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\.t.-l :; :Mek. F.tm'1.: ek. L,'rra--: JIgs '-.,
I ... SKATES OonoW .. ... .
"'rI' It O'Brien. Phoebe Ann Ran:- v. t DueL'i.o ''
., I-.r t.- =-r- ... Sunny
t -l Hazel Chaney. Keba Oarlt.'T PV.-! -.... Plays .": I. . ..
': 1 1 I. i, i ipa Lively. Bren.! i Carter. OlHon7iIes. :\ i :: : P\IJrT \0.. .-. ..': :.1-:;!

'I i : tit | ; : I)av.l! Ruk!.'. FAt! I ,,. }; .,., i." i'c?
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I .' J. ..0-._. Id, [ Vutomm.'n. Oeraldine: Tibbe't.a ->. \. .,;. ./
I i. f .-1 \r-f \, I -* Sue Barnes. Roger Ja"d"n. --

( r_. t > 'H. ) t'..-.iyr! iIi.-ketz n. 'immy .>Ision. I
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-r ifh'r I Marcia Join ':'ithr-! S..l- .

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rule thl:+ "i:1'i'.t: ?,.=," to JI' Jean k. h ""'-. '. '. .- _- .. ..
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