The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00307
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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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
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 '
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
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.
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.
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
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
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'
a1d .d .
I nre t;.: state .
Michael. Jr.. 7 age V.-n'h. n: j .. J. Harrison Griffin.
Ft. Laudenlal- delay
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:
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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1 I "I:'\u.t the twmii! a-: :- : '1 : = L r.: 1 -r ,.--.- 1,1.,1.-

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i J.inu.'rv f.ir tw.--\ t- ;: !;-. : : ..: N.-w:. f--r 'f.' I ;t4 t -' 'e. -. t .

1 and the! n'.::113.1.] \ \ '\ ". i -'" e *.; tr Vi. sic'h ;'.' to thr n ,tai;' '. .7.: : ". :.

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
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! .
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 -'
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! :
----------------------------- mrpoewill riftpercent
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!
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
complete with I'andl.'s. was the I antics of the human lace \rd :t
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
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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r.' ;k.-\" worM Its.t' T1--

"' !'" lr",'.,. thqt .!.... Pi I.--: :1-

a'tirvl i ration-wide rep.*i*'q:1> :

... . ,' :"11horlt"Q,. .. ." Roofing

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PRK KDRK.HTShirley ;
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Bacon-Jones Hardware
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he's OUT- Forever!


: # 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!
:' 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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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.
t'OISwrf' at a public service.


Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday November 7. 1917


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
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
(_,.-: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 | ;
t .
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-
. 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-
tneir adult sponsors gathered
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
District of tht'h.thOllist
to the buil .ng. The nianv tim '- % approached and the subject"l'ell. I ..' ...,
\\.tS followed by frames r"- .
I ?' .
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
1'y I
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.
'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
Point.Oct. that heail" "'a le. and. \ ';< :
II "
!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::"
i S texthiwik "S i-
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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
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
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
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
from a week'si; ''
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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> .- i Tcrjare Biscuits! i f I Ih'er t -., ..
'Flit' Suitlfl'atL I I t", Fanunl R4'rinnal;

t" YeH ,

I [ni of ).'tX Bctr. the pct H'AIOn.lY! Dnk::
I '
!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
\\ell. we're ail i; t.'r hit A
pr.- bt! inkine the brim la, .. ,:>' ',.. .t t,. :.. .' t'. 5''y cr lad t..r (.. -+
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
I Shelley

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"Vovombor 7, 1917 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag* Five

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
<.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> '>
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
w re
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 <,,;
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. .
frf'shmf'nts in the Hallow*'en moti ,
junior : agreed to asstr! : .
;group < ;
: >
j in the wotoan'lObhoe!! !; th*
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
'ht of o17
ra:: were made b\ Sv
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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
a s d
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
--- -- will ))" members of Gardenia Post ilousrinut- and. c Tcola- j ...........
ser'wl l In the hostesses i \
Helen Howes Has
I 17o a womanL'frion orginira-
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
( 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.
: .
\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
Tackle(>nt> Haves tnt,'rc .
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
< 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 (
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
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
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
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.

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

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
wouldn't advise you to forget or B in all subjects ; with a birthday party for her son, Smith. Mane Sapp. Beth SmitR,
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
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
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 -
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.
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.
I ..
--- -
..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'
I '
-... ..,
; ..tv .
I -- : <' : _. .
I -

I II I i -
'.h's greet fun to have Big-Cer beauty-Big-Car .
I .....:. .JI..
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 _" _-_ __
I _
: get this envicble combinct.'on; in the new Chevrolet-the only .

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
Ci,...roier g...., .:>- -.-
""e a-'aed I r-ec. '. 11 'e'' \e\ dependable I service now and at regular
c ..L: ,;i:.
Actc'" c decue: k'_ 1 intervals Come in-today!
t'-. ".pI.. Ie'..... ,f $_ ,
J .
bee --
UPTHEGROVE ,.,. .... ... -

t eev;. II-d.- H:.,- .,. CHEVROLET I

dreu. !

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PLu: .t: :'::3--1; I'ttiikee, Fla.

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
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
; . 7
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-
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
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-
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
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
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.' '
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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 -
Fr..1"yem: i).>r ;. H ;

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
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.
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
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:
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-:
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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> > \ -
\ '
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 .

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-
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! .
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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 '" "'.
\.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?
I .' J. ..0-._. Id, [ Vutomm.'n. Oeraldine: Tibbe't.a ->. \. .,;. ./
I i. f .-1 \r-f \, I -* Sue Barnes. Roger Ja"d"n. --

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