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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 28, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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!FRIDAY I


November28,1947 j PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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PAHOKEE AND BELLE GLADE IN









ANNUAL GAME MON. DEC. 1






T19IT: GI} idrS.'rior\ High

Phone Company Rushes Work On itnail -lampionshlp: will I..' tI..1. .'-

RECENT < ;.1.! d I..nJ.mght.. P..c. 1. when

: thf Panokee Ulue ))evils invade

OPERATIONS New Equipment To Beat Bee. 1st I Belle Glade to tanJlt"'lth tie

I Golden Rams defending champions. -
.
I By-Paul -Kardm Deadline Set By State RR Board'(I The game was scheduled fur
i I Fudiy night tlf this with but was

postponed on account of rain.
The Southern Hell; Telephone Company i is making every I On the strength: of their decisiveiit
Chairman Elgin Bayle&s of tae I
effort to push certain phases of its equipment rehabilitation \. i Hies over Fort Pierce and

State Road Department is the kind j program to completion before December 1-the date RupeitMockHangs Lak.'ortl1 Ixith of whom lieatP.ihokee. '

of a follow who knows how *o set by the Florida Railroad: and Public Utilities Commissionas I the Rams are rated th'

make a country boy feel at horn" : a deadline for action by the company. The date was set Up Whistle AfterOfficiating -tronger;::: of the two teams hower. -

when the" country boy walks into several months ago when a hearing was held in Pahokee. I : \ against Delray Beach last

the SRD offices in Tallahassee. At the time of hearing in Pahokee before the state board 18 Yrs. week the Belle Glade eleven barelyeked
out a 14 to 12 win while the
During the past week I had business hi"h officials! of the company pointed to a lusty and full
Blue Devils had much less troublein !
in Tallahassee and most of grown equipment rehabilitation program for this area and fcwnmg the Sea Hawks 21 toe

it was in the Road Department made certain and definite promises in regard to ojnpletion super :Mock popular Palm ":'. -.:ih\-"- in the season. Statistic1

building. Some of it, of course, of the program. The company has made an etrort since Brach county foot ball referee for have little value in predicting; the

that date to do something about the "inadequate and inef- IS years. hang; up his whistle outcome of a game in which th-
was with the chairman of the
board. I enjoyed seeing him an1 ficient service" thu area has experienced for many -ears. Tue .lay night foHowingthe gameIxtween rivalry is as keen as it is between

transacting business with him. A letter from District :Manager: E. C. Bowen in West:: the junior teams of Paho- these two teams. Last year th"

Palm Beach will be of interest to phone users in this com kre and Riviera.: For the past Blue Devils had not lost a game up

Chairman Bayless knows every munity since it points out what has been done by the com- two or three years" Rupert had to the championship tilt only to gorompletely
stale and iteleGla.le !
section corner in the Lake Okee- pany in the past few months The letter follows : planned to get out of the businessof give
an victory The
chobee" Region and when I talked" officiating gridiron contests. easy previous
strong Ram team was
to him about roads it was an easy However a shortage of officials year a
rated to by at least three
win
matter for him to locate them in West Palm Beaca during the war and :since was
touchdowns only to be outsmarte-l
his mind instead of referring to a November 20, 1917Mr. cause for him to continue until this
and defeated the weaker Blue
map. For 20 yearshe was with th- Paul Rardm. Publisher: week. by

land department" of Nathan :\Ia 'o'i Everglades News Through the year that the popular Devils
Canal Point Florida: Glades football fans always
agricultural office, thus he gained foot ball official had blows
Dear Paul: look forward to this game; as the
first hand knowledge of everypiece his whittle ; in
on many: gridirons
interest t phone service for the Glade.1 ,
Knowing your in area most exciting; and colorful sports
of land in this section. South Florida the fans had learned -
I am giving below a report of the work already accomplished and I spectacle of the season and usual/
the work to be accomplished toward improving and expanding te1"- to take it for granted that whenhe
It's a genuine pleasure to do phone facilities. in your area. called a play it was right His they are not disapfMiinted I'Joth
business with an official who About October 1 of this year we completed the installation .>! derisions were made with splitseoond the Pahokee and I lt..Ile Glade High!

know what he's talking about. It's additional! tnal equipment in the Pahokee Exchange, which enabled I timing and he always made !School Bands will entertain on th'
great pleasure to do blL..inessth us to furnish service to all applicants waiting for service, with a fern I stick. fief) at the half i"enod and following -
f.eX'Dtions where additional facilities are needed.Ve are now the there will be the
like the road board chairman It baik 1010 that : gam.
a man was in Rupert
in position to current basis :n Pahokee.We .
a accept applications on a
with
team mascots :
because ;you know he is sincerely have a No recently purchased the former l..1. Shirley property II fin: ..tartf'fl blowing): his whi=tl* ceremony complete
beautiful girl !< >onsor" an-I
interested in your need as it was necessary for us to enlarge our building to house additional as an otficial. During: the inter- {
Maybe it's a little unusual for i dial equipment for future expansion This hulking addition vein,: years h.- has spent a lot of "....akf'rs during which the championship -
to hold has been completed, and installation of further dial equipmentis cup is presented to th '
board chairman over nCer tir: more than one governorbut. now oeir.g made Tru- m-talluMon! of this equipment is ('xpt.'i't..tto I keep in accurate touch with the winning team.
be Dteember 1. 197. and with the: addition of this I Coach
and
completed by I Roth Coach Alley
t'nan idea that this man Raylesstvouhl v.'-,- :stes' rule of the mtionil:
equipment will h. ab'.e: to take cartof itquo.-ts for telcphon
Cook two of their key me.ibelow
report
make the incoming governora pastime. That familiar "hippetyhop" -
service for some time to conic
mighty good road hoard chair- ; We are .11...) rushing: to completion the cable between Pahokeo 'I of his after he had placed the top form tecaus1of injuries
"I been installed. started hark nut of th" John Ode: and Julian Snyder will
man. | and B lle Glade! When th!" cable has completely rsin< .
i which is expected: shortly aftoi December: 1. together with the use way for the play will bo missed bv .a >. in the starting lineup whit

alt med a nit.eting of **iS I of the dial equipment r. w being installed we will tor in a position to .... r-a-v f'le.ids an l support it I there is some doubt as to whether

f' I'ress! .Issn.-i itiiv r-..M ...- j furnish extended scojiervice t.> subs. .tn>r. to mtb\idual &Mi.iiies.-. the Lake' I f'ion.:; I Leathers and (.lIno," ham will! Iahlr .>
line >enKenJ individual residence line service in the Pahokee Ex- to start 1"T the Ram Othfnxutf -
c-ntlv in St IVter-burc It wne' We've seen foot ball officials

d. ,.". met,ting An evit'lVnt! .'r"." I cbance Extended scope s 'I'lC..tt naMe a ub.-'nil'r to this serviceto action for man y..arl''f'' w *n I the two squad are Mid t..
*. Ai ou "t.indnc: array Hut we've never Mm (rood 'n'iton Coach All1!
01 publisher: have -\r nhnutt-d numb of calls from Pahokee Ilelle Glade 'err. come and Kn
of poltlcos. including mary I I at :n iddi.cna! nu.'rthy: share.' of S20O: for business individual line wen one man officiate as man !!plans to start th -ame team th* "

who wouldear the governor' I.I service anti 51 &.) fr 'ridividual line residence \" ' Subscribers rears 'IS has Rupert XInck and i "was lined up against Ponce d

toin!; : Tallahassee Some ...htnr..1 I who h, \e this ervice; v.ill reach .the IVlle Glade operator over sp -culcircu.ts l"aV t*"<' g'!m* with t. TTlSirpeople ; Iron last wk Ki' k..ff 1'1 at (ft J
"> Ei nten additional nr<. \ its b'-
by dialing tiltod t'
were impressed with the showing i I believing that the derisionhe ,Ip ni
tvutn PahoK.f and IVlle <71ad.are being; provided to handle tratv -
made bv certain candid>S. Other ha-J r:':i-lo throueh the vea*' i ___
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5.- .c*. V ,"t..rInn be written t. each Pahok.-e j.ubsorib.-r explain-
would-be' candid Urs didn't draw I inc the serv v..-. and a repre....-ntativ.- will call on these p issible sub- had been v.ori.-'t. sire: *e ifl: 't.- I

a lot of water. .i.-..,.>.. < ... .,...us* this service arn rgnient., ,f-dire: to the bonkSo : lecial) Prouram I For
\\' :V-I that by January 1. 1SM-. subscribers tt.. l*>ph..n.er- at future fi f'.t ball rarretyew "
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There was a member of thFlorida -' v<-.- in th e ? shokee Exchange wilt tit' r.-i\ins a >-t\i t' fir hevon-i parts. wj'll p-.MMv say : IKIIn 'anal PointEstablished

lUilroad and luMto l'tH-': .,.:.- ,,\- if.ons.!'. TI.rt'reat'd pertar ..:*t .*: .
the Pes.etinjr -+ T. '' ..."-.'r infomiatiorir! .>.l in !.'K;::3r.j\ t-- th.imp .rtanT i I .. .
' r. Commission at w:'" !1 is: f.tm\:! :- the CT''l'O! )iPl \ -' '
.". the H,n Itll'-and MacCoral -: ,' fr :+ .;;:.' -1" r: t h..-.itat,- to < all -'n :u"' trz 1" fund c.',, F. ': .t f. "Iweb j .. ; .. : :. ; ,: . ,:

Gables recently name.1M Y. '.r: C tmlv.F B..W.P.. ..tr.. 11.tn.u.r >; II gruel ; tn-:. '!"' ... t1. -.. . .: '.' f' J"
t
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take the pla.* .. .. '. :' v'v- .... t. t.. .. I
Gov Oaldwell to S".t; .'rn B-li:i T'--;. ph 'r' l' -..;'anvMr 1.\ /-C Of 'ir: e \ .T. :i r. \ '
< Babe lVuglass of lake City : r-.' .r Y' ,. f'v! .-. B1' :". .... ... 1 : '.'

1 i predicting a brilliant political : Harr' :M :\I, I!. l.h and h '- Mr ..n.t Mrs J E ftudill ar. rf P ," k. .... ': <. ,' : '

, \'Hr for young Mr Mack He his thr.>.,eh tr. '.' - ' . '- F'
sst.-r. M:'* Julia Math's: motor* ito ( ..npir:' : bv Mr and Mr A W . .
.\ way of getting: around and making !' > its i r '*T s.et.,vr : -
friend L In hi> late thirties. Jt r"f'f"'h'rg'' \\"f't1r.f'!lby t-- (r.itj.i]! of CiT.nnati. Ohi... hav shine State

!:<. !Is a h.m.'m1t"h.'l'" and his pi- bring her son. Kenneth. and Alfred re :Jtrnc! t.'> their torn In XVe t -.- - "

tun en carr.pa'.sm literature won't Ka!-n. both cadets at the Florida i: Palm Beach after a visit with !M.:, Mr :.r.1 Mrs f' 5 Walter' ri-- :1'a. ;' .

lose him anyctt" from the gentler Military Academy: to Paboke* for !: son and daugfcter-in-Uw. Xlr end :ted th-r r -.-r Mr SZ.lI-am iJt t.rldaalt __ ..

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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Fndav November _S. 1947


; and directed: : a homecraft training; system.; L.ter she: betano.:.:'.-
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
I TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY ; :i'-o. :rctn: with the co-operation: r: ager of tnt! Home Industries Pivion -
I t : Fl.->r.da State Far m e <
Serving the Lake Okeerhobee Farming Region i 1 of the Holy Hill Pt_itMiktt ">
:I,1. klt: .'I-.d tae state Depar- '
Established HUM 1 Published Every Friday i If :'t ,.f Education.Vva .
Subscription Price S2.MO) Year In .\h'ance. Jane C'Of'k."a also horn Mutual interest in home n.i.t

i i' ( By IVisKay!! : > 1 1I. j in: Alabama locating in Florida :.i1P21 l.rts i:ht thee two capable wor: .ntogether
The Kverglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
------I at Ktisti*. As proprietor c.f' they pooled their know
In Canal Point. Flonda. as Second Class Matter I. In Fl .i ida't- and -.' . "f gift shop" and manager of a It f lZe. searched diligently for .;'lava.table

along her yh-tt-:''n:: b.nhe-: .i K.,. :.: \\\r..ai.Marktt s':" learn : : intormation and h.\\e
Paul Rani Owner Editor Publisher .
..t.-p in nei' :r.y-t> t.."Us. KveigiuK1- ''.uv :: of 11.ttih..I11.. t'raHnel b:- given: the result! of their labori

brow planl.- evils and gtas.. - i ai'.e a:; in-triiitor: In this: -u )- this cost interesting ad i.U'.a1: .'
Senator Pepper
that beckon those skilled craft i.; vt Witthe V'Katiom! depamer.t *-*- Wik w.uiihould: have a plat "
Senator IVpper ;something of a political phenomenon mm wv.o have mastered the art nt of the Plate ,:i.: '.i': : r..1 in the hhfirv: I'f'I'Y Fl.r.il.ll.:

in that he i io; an outspoken advocate ofeveral movementswhoe braiding: and weaving these n.Uiw I

l popularity in Florida is at a low ebb. materials to create an amazing; I

The M-nato? i is a labor champion in a >tate where unioni- variety of useful: articles! and I

zation of workingmen has made little headway. He has also countless novelties

continued: to plead for an "in.derstandinjr" Iu-ia although The art of braiding and weaving FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
!oUt h materials i... as old as hitoiyand
the majority of American are convinced that Ilu>-
this skill has been ham!-'.! SCIENTIST
sia will never cooperate in shaping a peaceful world. Senator
down by word of mouth fron
Pepper supported OP A controls during; the public hysteria I mother to daughter. A variety ot IJKLLE: t.L\l>E. P'LA.

for throwing the curbs cnerboard. and has staunchly backed patterns are found the clo>eli-ur"!.
!President Truman's veto of the tax reduction bill.
; fishtail! goose-eye fishpot ana.
INVITES YOt TO .\ FREE LECITKE: : BY :
However, the .-l'llator'forthri ht stand on these i issues others.It .

hason him the respect} of all fair-minded :American remain for Viva Jane Cook- lLHOLDIOLTEH:

IJradenton; Hera'd.' and Julia May Pampley to assemble -
of l'1! l' WO. Illinois: .
from every possible poure
the fascinating story of this native
Gone With The Wind
industry and compile all available Kntitled
He: "Say, whatever happened to those old-fashioned information in a l book the first; nt
girls who u.-ed to faint time someone kissed them?"
every Its kind ever published entitled
She : "Huh, whatever happened to the old-fa: hioned boys "Palmetto Braiding and Weaving" "Christian Science: The Hope Of !

who made them faint ::""-Wall Street Journal. Through painstaking effort and The World Fulfilled"I
tireless research these two enterprising -
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I of enteitamment. featuring contests women have gathered arJ I
Banquet Held For IN THE ClirKCII EIIi ICE
I I : and games, was presented bvI }pieced together the many bits ft
Member's Husbands I Mrs. J. It. York. The banquet arrangements knowledge from those who know
i and were tinder the secrets and the skills of braiding '
program Sunday November .>(0. 1917!
:Mcmlvrs: of the Pahokee Wom I the direction of Mrs. York. and weaving and present th.t !

an's Club entertained their hiij- chairman of the education comnuttee. interesting an dvaluable informa- :3:15 p. m.llfa 1 1o !
tion in printed form. with eac'I
and Mrs. Frank Friend. acting -
band at a banquet hold in the step clearly and simply explainedand
for Mrs. Joe( Kahn. chairmaniof
clubhouse Monday night with Mrs. 1 the citizenship and youth committee supported by illustrations 50 j

Leon Ppooner, president, acting amater assisted by Mrs.; C. \V.Kennen that even the novice who carefully
of ceremonies.Mis. Mrs. Frank Rozclle and follows these instructions amy lv"- I .

LooVroten sang a coH. Mrs Kupeit M.K-k. 0'f j
-- --- in a shout time.
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. !:
H. (". Graham. The husbands werJnt -' :Mr.: and Mrs. C McQuaig. Sr Those who have mastered tVut >
o
Mrs n.-rge Schnler of Phil 1- t:>.- on. (';:axles }.". .II'Ql1t1rJr: n,'td :n wood and fields, saw pal-
clelphia. Pa.. Were also introduced and: Muss Jo Ann Oilhl: md of \\'"',tPili I :,:
a-. g'lests.Following. : Beah.: also their nephew.J.v .ra.t';;. leeds. m.=hes. straws. and
the dinner a progra. i k Hardin. of Orlando.DRIVEIX I sedges from which may he ma.J-
":ii'h a varwty of articles a!' fan1

pincushions. purses, mats. ha kt't.-.
I
hat s. vaand bottle( c vers. shopping -
3JEIIEX J i' baser bonnet belts and

I many: other things. 4
I | The book "Palmetto Braidin

.Weaving" is beautifully pnntd -
] I and piofusely illustrated' wit'i

the finest half-tone engravingsthat :
show many examples of too 4
I
I braiding and weaving art and

serve to guide the student vita:

FOR TASTYKAKIM t I t !harts and illustrations of the various -
'I weaveanil braid It is ettptionallv \-
: well written and well
I .: i j -dited and is indeed! a credit to its

I authors Published( bv Manual
i 1 Arts Press. Peoria. Ill. it St'llst

I'mpi-rly! ( 'ooKi d and Soasoin-d.: 1'')la'11 Thnrouirh.yIlniov ; i :v.. ur l/ook dealers for ?:2.T.:i or may

I : .\ Sandwich Here. i :1 be ordered direct from the pul>- Jk ,t1 .tby
: i ii-hers

Cold Drinks and Good Coffee j i' Florida is ind-bted to Viva Jane .
: <* M.k., and Julia May Pampley fora s r+ttilff rk.y

Th' ,- 'h.-\t t time you want an exceptionally rood job well done in compiling and

:uulwkh-try: one of otir;.;. You are sure to b'! publishing this interesting and
helpful work But for their enterprise -
delightedI.OCATFI- and effort the skill of hraid-

j m_ aid weaving might have ,*?-

) NEXT TO SNYDEIfS (;UOCEUYO i '>me a lost art for it w primitive

\ THE: HEI.I.E CLVDE; ROAD I and rural in nature and heretofor 9
i has t><','n acquired by word ofi
mouth

O:.<' of the most fascinating trad'Mon -
f-- in the great southern The tnioalii,.
hin-horaft belt of the L'mtei than it ,-.. Man\' .. .. .
1 -I. IJH-| f i .n.- -'"- mlel.eli.l| l eniinlvupon
i States i- the braiding: and weaving
1I lore the the telephone int..nre l ii-iue--. 1. jlu-ni it i ii
that has!' developed in relatively

I life of our nation indiii| >al>lr- jet time .-i.-t it t irda fits dollar arnontii.
I Included in the-- tradition i? a
I In fait in all l.ii-ine, the.ilu"- of Irlrl'.n'|
wonderful native craft material
I lthe) palmetto frond and the braid *.Tviiit far greater than. th. ,...-t.

i pitterna: for its use pas! *>d r>ri I II
'I lie -anif i i.. true v ith rt--j.-. t to tlif. .-\.-r idat. ,.ofJI.'
A Servant of the Glades i I fr"m other to daughter throughCommonialv

i SRr' : "!lSlIf'Dt'1'I1bon! : and -M-ial u'"- tlf time Irlrl.b..nr." r| lienjr tinir. ,*tirn

I! 1! the palmetto I ju-t itift..ill alone ma\ }Ii'' >,ortli tlie .....I..f tin- t.-rllr.-e
:j. ::> <* in lore clean tnps >-
: 4 Buses Tn 'liami fr ,rids, : ..f almost perfect rotor! ar-1 for -.-\..rallll..utlt.. If \.... krj.t an ai.. aunt .if tintrijw*

| -.tr':.'t':r.- for weaving$ In its! nnn' ,h niontli .1 l of
ToVc .t Palm Reach tour telrplione -avoii ej< un IMo -
: '- state a s-r.cle': 1 I-if miv be
furl >mtr..timi and plea-urr it affor.li..u u Hil..l bii.:
Daily To Tt Mxer- \ Lakeland -!: :t't't'fi and n.a l I. up :rt a lar;;!' | .

i7'j hi-ket Fr'n-ls n>av: he pl..t"'tI -- tliat thr prury u i.ai i.. mitli Ir-. than lh- ,alrIHI ...
". phi "r .lyeif cat',eri 1h i .
\ rti .*i\t*.
'.- The"rk. r. tVv "ire .vasy: pr"'-

Glades Motor Lines Inc. T'ir. .! f,.-r tier Tlitamount %utJ err a-kr J in |I'.ah,,,,,-\ T. i. n.-\.-rin
,.11 i ":. u a r-t at- ,':' th.' :a';!h.T -
. .rt- than ro.:1. to |I'a> .|>f rating: ..-1I.pina r.-t..",
::a :MiV Sar.-l"V. hoot!: 'ns
SERVING THE GLADES" -. ",.t" A.-ibar: rtrr.f t. Fl..r.-1t: 00 im.--tuirnlutTk.. lent tft rn.aMr! l ll...- 1.-I>.pfionr. I.jnt ..

I 3' :a ::,! .. I Wi- -t ;.. '": Ft I' .
pan tu -". urrfnan in\ --li.r. the millionof dollar*
> '\::."1.t ar.d'i f Kt ties
I- 1f43-. : 5 h - .. .,>. .f if n.'" monr\ n.-.-.l l.J f..r un.r..,.nn-rit an.l *-\|,ann
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It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was

i at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play . I
; sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One ,j
: last pitch . the crack of a well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran. :
:i ...It wasn't the driver's fault,but Mickie was OUT...forever! -
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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 chil-
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dren is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way.
3,2961s tragic!

MAKE The schools of Florida are continually teaching traffic

I SAFE DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par- i
: A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert
extra precaution in passing schools or going through desig-
nated play areas.

4q Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
i. t ; ;-J these youngsters being struck down- and OUT!
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i OBSERVE ALL ,
I TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR
IN GOOD REPAIR
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Prepared by the Associated Ca r..1 l Pahokee Police Department
''of Florida, the Florida Press ArranciaonandfheNaecnelConserv..r'
ALTMAN '10 H(;:\'. ChiefFriday
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Four The Everglades; ( Xews. Canal Point. Florida Frida)'. November 2-S. 191'I


f .i:rth quarter when the\ reenver-
ed a Riviera fumble on the vis i*-
Riviera Hornets Are ,,ts;' 14 Halfback Ptaio,' roit"rouah :,' Lindsley'sL

right ta.kie to 'any t'j"
I i ill down to the ".. Then 3= =pe..'-
tators got !"tt for the thrill <>i
';I'..;: ;pi touchdown a had i pa..1 Will Save
Crowned Co. Champs *'rm" cater went over the !head i of
th. thokee If>Ce \-.r and Rnie'itec You MoneySHEETROCK
'( \'* red on their own 20: t.io :.i ."
Pihokee only eno; :' i
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,_umled '>n the Paiokte 35 Pea threat in the game -
The Palm Leach County Jum<>i"
c..nk dented right tackle for 2 yard; The Pahokee lire allowed ti" 1
High fUtball championship crow i Own q'11.'k kirkrd to tie Hilor Hornets to gain ground rather
uirt to the Riviera Green Hornet j ":-t. Cyll"101'1'! .", Hornet fullback freely in midfield but put upO.liol MM1Tfi
wh"n they defeated the Pahokee : plursjed: thi Kijri the line for foar wall of defense around their
Junior High eleven 7 to 0 on Lair, >aids bringing the ball up to the own 20. All in all it \\aa gao isame : : -:
Field Tuesday night. I Motors 39. On the next play fun as interesting as son.
Lincoln Knowles. fast and slippery : Krowles swept around left end an J of t-e: varsity!" tilt played on L:1.J"
ate half hack of the Hornets raced 01 yards just inside the side- Field this eon Credit sh."ii'"1
,. IS..I'I\TIUS llt-i\tr-IK-.ml t.pe. I IllKt;
got the jump on Pahokte tacklers i i line stripe for the touchdown and go to Oxich X L. Garrison f
<'arlin the first quarter before :Moiee: bucked the line for the training spirited junior {>l.'t rand
i' to the Quarterback Club fo. \VALLBOARDVALLBOARD
they had a chance to analyze hi- i extra point
running >t\le Riviera kicked o'f Pahokre muffed a golden opportunity its support of the quad This
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to Pahokee and the ball was to score earlin th. wi; the list game to he played on Lair Field this season and at the
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A. A A A A A A A A A d A A A A A A A A Ar doe; a word of appreciation -hoiu'1
; >999 Cp< >< >< ><,itY>Y>4Y>C7>iY>< >SY>CV>CY>SY>GY>< >t7>< >CYSA i 8cx 5c
Y Y Y Y Y 7 go to Olaf floe for the loan of his \\ K IT \\III"": ir
{AS address system and to :Me'yyn : I
public LISTS LISTSCumP1ood
:A: Office Machine Headquarters A Pugh for his excellent playby I

'. LTnderood Typewriters .Ma play description of the gim. s
chin A over the !"\=teniMr .
Sund-traml
'a Adding { >
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'. Mai chant Calculating :Machine t -- -- I 1

i,:a A. 15 Dick Mimeographs -l" fii c
.s Elliott Addre-xo Graphs .a

4. F & E Check Writer .Y JL

j:" HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. {.S.St:>. .....

a" Phone :!-,*)88:; Welt Palm Beach r.
1t } :: and :Mrs.: Lewis Vinn of Pa- xpXMxII ('H: ) XK t\r: 3\.' irHardboards
3sAasA>eAas asAaVVVVVVV t v s"aVVVVV Y Y Y Y Y 7 L' Y
I I..ewi-i Lamar. it the Everglades : PLYWOODxJl
:Memorial: HospItal on Nov 22.

:Mr: and Mrs John L., Bruno >f I '.XKK nor :xl-.XKK FOOT
I Pihokee announce the birth of a
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:j daughter Do!' ie. at the Ko.J.H -. 1-4 IN( II 1-S IN(II

!I I i le Memoinl !Io=n:til on Nov : \\IIII.": II 22c \\ IIII.": ir 12c1HKI
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Prince Theatre I -- _._- I

Mrthis -. .I, I:. York hi- .1:; a guest; I
''Ii :K-IN: -ONK 'nll'li-IU"IT
I week ",'r srn d-oi! \\'ayn'

i I':, Pahokec. Florida nt'ard"lt-y.! I f (icwistonClassified Asphalt Shingles A 75


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1 tht k blue, Kr.- n and M
Ads 210 JU. / Sq.
I eioter green
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Ii THURSDAY FRIDAY Fl'TIC tanks and grease traps II
cleaned} and rt'pair..d.Phone .nt.TC": "'" illrtFIG.11.1'.1IZEp: )nT.\I.
II 3872 Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c

i December; SHINGLES SHINGLES
I FOIL KENT:: : South '2 Section H,
II (1254 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone

I 584 Jlltf sgt'.1RB M\HI:

IORS\LK: New Willjs: Jeep
II IIII Walter Ashley Garage in Bell 515.25 14.95

II Glide Phone 126 JllebE1'ERGL1DES

i : : House of Beauty
!\ "Forever Amber" Shampoo and FmperVa\'*", nmnrC\Ttn:
$1.25 and $1.50. Distinctly Per-
manentVims. :ilinicunnjj: Galvanized
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j1 I Phone 42*>2. Canal Point.

j1I i: In I Beautiful: ) TechnicolorAdvanced Oct-3ch-tf-- ROOFING 1150

I!I )luStTn: ...n.from: ten t3
twenty years. on improved farmland
I and cattle ranches C .XBaile .
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p!' %. Phone 70 Belle Glade Kc
.11.1'M1\C:\1 nmHlCTt.1J .\TI.\o.:. l'UltllSU
1"OK x.\I.":. Complete Grocery and

Prices t'atlark..t:: Equipment $1750 ROOFING CEMENT
Call 531 or FVetl Hickerson. Canal -

Point Kli tf
CI'nt; n.CS15
I'' l.OOH for our new telephone num-

( her in the new directorOhn, !'t-
.-- ------- - -- - tan: Cherolet1OK SI.28
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MALI 42 Bairk Special Sedanetto : -

AJI"...._- in good ondition
$1 lM) ca*h. See BudlLnrnmor- .\-U'I.\TIC' Is.-G 11.LrXWATER
after 4:30: at his home Pahoke NE P C 0 t: I. t: (' T It I ('
where I
From sit.. t y Joe Marsh 2t. I HEATERS

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I'OK :x,xi.K.: Two hou- ;..n Bin I -IIM XI xf: (' \ltTfIa:

Point roid I....otiN; .. t i. !ib... I \\ .\ \\:K U\\U: '
Ma Hoskins fir building in d" .rtb: '<\ at.n I
) < f !
.1.1 l W. .Ii "rig!< .r.al pua'j.rtf
4 \'u't,>r L Geiger Pi*'.k. .. P'i -.. 1.I .',. T ;L... !..K" ') or i top It 6495
;; Sneezed at Cats! Joll It iI v 1. x !i' d.'p! ( IrfiOXXatt hf'atmc-
: 1" r ..'t \,'t! \\hite bik .t I
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.IxTOI'K TKX(T )K :, .

Ma Hoskins couldn't understand h -er. M h..elf! I enjoa moderate y":i want t.. .....11 1 I ,:: _. .

*h y ..he i:ot a fit of nn-/inc! curs gbof beer or tM' <. with, friend \".'-\' best prccs: L PMJ I't, :' 1

time. llarpti, the rat came in the hut it'. up ti. them what" brat *\- B..Ile Glade 1'1'1

K>m. Finally ficurtti .ht''<1 ha\f to they rho.>-e. 1'1)t i: .... \1.1:: For T- r.If. . l L ,.. Visit Our Belle Glade Yard

get rid of Harpo alt'ictth,'r. From where I *.t.tve i i-np.'rtart .pi wth: dump '. ''. : ..
I \\ It. I'MOM I.
Then Hoc 1 H.\lbt..r! !!': ? e\{,laired than:' I" r,it t., Kt our -,.c,:,: ..-ft.n}: : r \ fit.' 'l li
*' 01" n 1V 1.. -. 5n: I .,'n line I ''''J.t 'nniLiLitd4y
.r. bij an all 'r rOat's fur alit rgies re-ut: .n antisocialt.tSoo i! B. le Glade
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made her sneeze 1 lke:; strawHerr.iMiCj *, Li t'" rot cr:tii.ze tht
I'OK x \i.|:: 30 nr'.' r
.. some fo'k rash. He :."'.' her fellow \ih,> 1 lei! her if vie !IMci .
I.. :1.. xei J.-' -._ "
an iroculati. :!\oe:! and 1 Harpo .
-" :vu1J lips :01t"'I\: :! l ly t't'ttr.. once can her;! us h"e-ar.d-li'l-h\f . .
T.'I p :i Ia.rdt _
.. h..rri1) to "lhtr I _
1 guess a lot of u hate 'allergies'in -
I i.l.l'1lll': : << heat.-r .' : :.t ::.aSttr TA"S ..isua mu.-i.. alIt'
the social .en.e. Same fnik l1f't r.- .. .. ......".. I. ..u,....-.11-... ..'. . ac..u -
luit rant tand m"it". or rsdivt .1" t.\t'lIsr.. It cost $1 .. -.It .. 11.. .... ///r &l/$5.i I a. . ....
comedians Other folkS dim for V. y "'tlCvpr I ar.1! is ;.!"t".1 orU i t 1 ..... 't.n -* 11 .. H.. a..- IIUI ....111 1 1.. a.WI ..4I .
go t.!...tl: f r the b' th .. .. y > . ...., !...< t.'. 1 _*.. .... llf .U'-I" I*._ aoPage
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Friday, November 2S 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Pas Pve


I'J-U\L: SERVICE I yard lire. Here Ponce was pena- ground gaining for the Blue Del
Hospital ElectionIs The Pa okee Chapter 1Si. Order r Ponce High Falls ::zed 5 yard. moving the ball bac!. and \eber. for the Cavahera

i of Eastern Star. will conducta t., the 0 with a fourth down co .i- -.-

Set For TuesdayThe regular memorial service in th.' Before Blue Devils ing 11"t'; r made a dc parat- The jur.lOr111 Girl learned: th;
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:Masonic Hall at Pahokee on Sun-
I I attempt to reach pay dirt around first:: tepir sewing at a meeting:
da\'. Nov SO at 3 p. m. The public!: : :-ht end, but fell short of the goal at the I'abokte school 1Vednesday:
(' elc'<.tion in Pahokee schc dul.'d i is invited to attend I I The' PiMok,'" Blm, Dt'nl 1:, WII" line h.nt.. foot with the BIu' morninIr*. Leslie Ft.tch has

for next Tuesday is an election 'ooVcni _. I''thtir lust Gulf Stteim C'rftnn. Devils taking over at the! end %t been named leader ,.f the Pahok '

whether or not the voters Mr and Mrs Al Beverly are !i game: ant climbed out of that cold.I 1 1I the game : Gir1: ,M 'lugs! rt'pladi1glrs.. GeoB .

want to ratify an amendment t > !spending the Thanksgiving holidays -!I!I cold I conference cellar to ninth po- I Sims and Carr did mot:: of t-., Raaev; vMo: resigne :i.l'hnne i.
the city charter which would grant Mountain: Cit\'. Tt>nn.. I! !"itinn in defeating the I'onct' d.-
the city power to aoqmie. maintain white their sons. ::\Iax' and Don. I I J Leon Civ'il er:; 6 to 0 on Lair Fa''-1 ----------

and operate a municipal hos- visit Mr Beverly's pirenfs M. Friday ngrt I
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FREE PARKING 91
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pital. Next "*uesda\ election and Mrs George MtMullen in The Blue: Devils started dm in.:

DOES NOTote bends or anything Forsyth Ga. rear the "d ..f the first quart .,. HH lIT DOWN TOWN
of the sort. -- -- with Fullbj k James Sims and nil 1'1)j uithinline and Park \11 Day. If Von like

The mayor T. f*, Richardson I Halfback Joe Kent Carr making:::
Hutton jt
; George is a patient l\TI\m: : \TIOV LOU BRANCH
has called the election as required the F.'ergladetemorial: Ho;; pitn' f otL:i"ter.t gains through the ling
Uest Palm Btach Florida :\ i
Opposite tontgomt'ry'aT;
by a law passed at the last est! >ioi I this vveekMr I I that! brought the ball down to th1 Olinat First

of the legislature The law say: ---_.. I Ponce 40 Here Carr pissed t.>
the election shall be called for Iftilflnck Huston Connell who w,is
: and :Mrs Seth Roberts who i 1-, -I II
voters' action on the amendment -I downed on the 13 after making 27
were called to Lake Butler Saturday
within a specified time. morning bv the serious illness yards as the quarter endedt I j I ,
There has been a great deal of the start of the second quarter the !
of his mother. Mrs Miry
propaganda spread in regard *,) i Blue Devils were penalized 5
Roberts. returned home Tuesday. I Shrubs and TreesALL
the election next Tuesdav :Much of --- I jirds Rims in two tries through
it unfavorable All qualified voters center took the ball down to Lit:
Mr and :Mrs L. M Collins and
in Pahokee may participate in thlection Ponce 7 where it was lost on
children are pending the Thanksgiving VARIETIES RETAIL
No certain number mutvote I downs. The Cavaliers quartl'rbwk.1
holidays with her
pirensMr
to carry it favorably. Sonny Pirrish then fumbled the
: and Mr=s. F. J. Winchester, in j
It is a known fact that Pihok; I ball back to the Blue Devils OT; Authorized Sales and Service

will be without a hospital after Sebring. his own 6 and in the next play
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Sept 30 1918. if provision is not I Carr went through center for th' JACOBSEN POWER AND
made for one in the meantime The Mrs. C. \Vethenngton. .1.1 i I lone touchdown of the gam... I
hoard of directors of the Western was able to return to her home '' Carr's attempt to kick the extra HAND LAWN :MOWERS

Palm Beach County Public Hospital Thursday from the Everglades I point failed. I

District have said that upon Memorial Hospital where she wasa The Cavaliers gave the spectators i

expiration of the lease on the patient for several days. 1 some exciting moments near ; ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

Everglades :Memorial hospital that ------- the end of the game when Pih<>-

said lease will NOT BE renewed B Elliott left Saturday for Du-- kee lost the bill on downs on t:1t': : Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons

If Pahokee iiJ to have a hospital ham. N" C. for a physical checki'n Ponce 37 and the visitors wit: :.1 1100 Southern KKil. \Ve-t Palm Beach
after next September it is up to and medical treatment at the Duk I Fullback Billy Veber !parking t'n! :.

those interested to tote in favorof University Hospital. plays drove to the Pahoket ore

the amendment If a hospital is

NOT WANTED bv the people of I
their dutt"> { A A A A A t. A A A A A A- A A A A A A A A A A- A A- A A h A h A a A A A A a A A A A N
Pihokee then it is .
; 't Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y '. 'of Y Y : Y Y Y. Y L' Y 'of Y '." t' J Y Y V Y 10' .' Y Y Y. Y Y l Y L V Y Y Y.
vote against the amendment 4.p
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Canal Point To Have I ..> <""Y rv .

Basket Ball TeamAn +
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being independent organized basketball to renressent teamin {{+Aar To Pahokee. Voters : {na 1

Canal Point in the Glades Basketball v
.a
1.R:1g-ut" Plans have already
been male for the purchase: of uniforms r'Yy v

for the team members SC > A.

To date only five players have e.
;
l been located Those five being vv
vt
Hugh Branch. Jo Siir< Sam
vb
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Scruggs. George Tucker and Earl <
\\'iJon. Branch Sims and Scruggsare ), On next Tuesday, December 2, 1917 an election will <:.

former Blue Devil performerswhile : "

Tucker played for Georgia 'Y' be held to ratify an amendment to the City Charter according ::.,:
did not .v.
Military Aca11t'my.ViJson

play high school ball but is an excellent ;;:y : to House Bill No. 1224' enabling: the City to have 1 i.,

defensive pla\.'r. It 11 -"

hopt'.1 that Ctnal Point basketball <+ a hospital. -:.
fans will turn out in large num- v
S a
1 K'rs to see the team in action v .
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Jerry Tillman Heads s.A. Thi:< election i is not for the i :?:uance of bond etc. -i.

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Jackson Senior ClassJerry {:. which ( only be authorized by another election by -i.

4A +.
Tillnnn former Canal } :
; free-holders onh"v' .;.
Point resident. has been elected ;

president nf the Senior Class at Y} v
. Andrew Jackson High School n : A ss

Miami according to a story app I t:> The present election will enable the city to make .:.
-:irmg in The Glols'h, )1 l pal -
A sas

lived>t'r. Jerrand in Canal Point his folks and he formerly his a ev"'. plans, and apply for a federal grant to be applied ;:.

wide circle of friends here who will
be happy to know that his abilities .
hive been recognled bv the hundreds r :

of other students in tigreit ., v :
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high si'h x>l in Miami Congratulations &.
< instance i U it ted that the )
are in order In tiv: .:. 't In no sug-re city operate vi. --

\'t'ungntan who :attended Canal .
Paint school in d 'y" pone b>'. ---- -- < .,

Billy Maxson HasA
4e1. v
Birthday Party j. date. .:.
v .
Mrs 1. L. t\.xon: entertained: < > v

iter t; ...... \\',',-"rfs.Ji," =-ftt'rnnnn ..: -T. C.HICILHDSOIayor: :.

,>f ti,s \. r ik with a r.a..ty for he s

son. B \l'\' wh> VMS "t': hnting his r v

third ti.thd. v arrive!s.uyFavors sea
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in the f.rtn o* b..d1..nO ..i. "

and hat. w,'rt' j r.....-nte> guests and refreshments of ice +


cream:Mrfl an.rl*Ma\s cake" wo'r.o'n''ti 1 ln.i Mi h...t'!.' ; Be Sure And Vote--See That Your Neighbor Votes

\tr*. P !>to Sears and GU-Ja ant Y .
G.1il.h: 1J Graham and J".' s"sr .,

and Di.mi. Mrs Ilu.:" B,* and a

IU>lvf .\t.,.. Billx 1tna. ,\. L Poe .r .

and l n.u.,\ni Mrs Mrs KdTm Later O rr Hand.>llar:! and iU ::: ( This Ad: 1 Sponsored I 1 B;>' The Pahokee Rotary Club ) :::

1,11:1.lr1'l.' ', C Y.)1..nJlt and : Sr. .:.

Kapp\. .\my It ..n and ruhtai,.. sr> :.

Skeets and Pam hoc Eddc Pope .
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Betty hr.lIn. Ssndra t.ptht'gnwt' ,
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Joy ::lm". Ji\nr.t" liarrng : I..: a a .. a a . a .a. a .a a a . a a ra a a a a .a a a a.... ....a .a .. a..ai ...... .. ..... ....
"real \',\n'l1 Msason i Ie..r.*.T..;.*.T..T.."s Tf.T.y .;,4a y..y..YS"aa.:t"s.' aV.'sa"..,......'.Y..;.y..;.:.y;.:.:: : f ; ;: . : :: : '



Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday November :S. 194


Fvery Farmer AskedTo "These: annual elections give *":-- co:.: umtr as well as the farm- I. Mrs.: Elizabeth Young of
farmers an opportunity to make 1 d', are reason why every eligible port h)'.. has arrived to
Offer IdeasEvery their voice heard in the develop- farmer in Palm Beach County the winter season with her ,Xe'I I
should vote in the coming elec law and daughter. Mr. and
ment and administration of far.n
farmer who is eligible to I tion." Leslie Futch.
programs" .:\Mounts: said. And I
vote in the farm program electionsto I
since every farmer has an interestin
be held in the county next week ---
seeing that the national program I
should vote, advises. U. :Mounts fits local need, he should use
County Agent and secretary of the. this opportunity select the me'11 L-
PRINCE THEATREri.indayMonday
courty agricultural conservation to administer; the program woo
committee. Elections will be heldas will best carry out this respon-

follows; sibility". Nov. 30, Dee. 1
Dec. 2 at 2:00 p. ra. room 321 With continued demand for food
court house-Costal area. and corresponding heavy drain on I
Dec. 4 at 10:30 a. m. City Hail the soil, farmer committeemen wi'I ". "MGAYESr SOH6ffS'rT46' I .
: Pahokee-Canal Point Pahokee be confronted with many: decisions!: _
Area. affecting current and future pro-
Dec. 4 at 2:00 p. m. Sander auction. Farmers will be called
JPS building. Belle Glade-Belle Glad"- upon to do all they can to produc"
Chosen South Bay Area. the abundance of food and need=
The county agent advises that for consumers in this country. A.
all persons participating in tno the demand for food inn: aces th'
MACCLKNNY Edwin G. Fras- t 1917 agricultural Conservation conservation of soil and water becomes -
t.! lnounJ! today his candidacy Federal '
had
Program, or who a more important.
_ 111: :_ ..It'tmn .i.s Stat Comptroller. Crop Insurance contract in 1917. "All of these, together with a 1 JC'! NAYMES VERAMNCELESIE

are eligible to vote whether owners need, for a better understanding of CESAR ROMERO HCIM I
Fraser was elected! in HMO to operators, tenants, or share- the farm program and what it i1-
the term of the late J.M. .
compute cropper. accomplishing the benefit ')f
: Lee h'.itvas disqualified from I
serving by the Supreme court be-
cau.-e he was a member of th: I I
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Legislature which had, raised} th.l I
salary: of cabinet officers including I
the Comptroller."With .
the passage of time having -
removed that technicality"
-\i,1 l senator Fra=f'r.hI again as't
the people of Florida for their
.
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Chwma1 ChatterBy

Malcolm Millar: I t M ,
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Well the d.1ha at lived an 1 e.e I Jc
many of you who have expressed ilesiie \
set*" air v t"''lk-nl of I
pictur '< ....' ub-....." ""'.1 nowhave
.e a .> "r."*v. er it will b' t
screened at the Prince Th...atr<:?. ,I #
.
Thursday-Friday. December t-:.. >
Matinees will l>e given ea.-'T d": y. I! ds
Box office opens at 3:30 p.
each day and the show is f:1'1 ', .
uous. i Srhedul: 0'" '!"" /
price.me as follows: :\tatin. .': I 1tK
adults.!" 7*>('. thin includes! the tax,
children :-l'. tax included.! Night -
prices, adults. $1.20 tax included!, RED
children, same as matinee.
The picture is done in breathtaking -
technicolor, the scenery Lapogeoijs.
acting superb and direction -
faultless. In the cast aT
Linda Darnell, as "Amber". Cornel
Wilde, as Bruce Carlton. Richard GET SET NOW
Greene as Lord Alm bury and
George Sanders as King Charley
II. The balance of the cast are
made up of some of the leading
featured players in Hollywood, and
they all do a fine job in their sefl- 'i FOR CHILLY WEATHERArrangements
arate roles.} !"
I believe you will find this a
picture you will long remember.

See you at the movies Mai. should be made now to heat your home with

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.\ I'KK UXTI'IIK ON flame.ype heaters. The use of electricity for this purpose in
rilltlsTI\N a'ltacr;

Florida is inefficient and uneconomical.The most practical and
The adundant health and j>y
thousands have found in the *tu,!v
cheapest method is with oil.
of Christian Science will be em-
l'haOi7..1 in the free public lecture
on this i subject to bo J given Sund.iv.
Ni>vem >or 3 tth. in First Church of
Chri Scientists The speaker will So please in your own best interest see your oil heating

t>o Mr It.lloltlI..>\\t..r of Chicago.Illinois .
equipment dealer right Oil heaters to fit every need
and his, subject; is ChristIan away. ,
Science, the h"pe of the world e
fulfilled" and every household budget are readily available.Do .
The 1-cture -ponsored'" bv First
('"hut't'h of Christ Scientist HellGl -
l''a. i"d a board rrember adtj -
..'c '* !' :M-. :\!,,Uer i iv authorize'by I it now before the first chilly spell sets off a buying rush.It .
the Mother Church. The First
i'h-rt-1: : of .'hn! t Scientist in F..i1- will take only a few minutes. And you'll be assured of

ton. \1.111\'hut't!
The board member p,imte>l our maximum heating comfort and convenience at minimum cost.
that in p3rtt 'ul.n Mr Molter will
!stress the f''wt'rf prayer t.> he'\l SEE YOUR DEALER RIGH7 AWAY!
nil types of disease and destrovte !
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Te,, !b", fir,' will heirin P'In"t-
Iv ft t ;3O. T, "i: and w-.tl tie free


to everyone ----- -- FLORID! rOHElfliGHT! f fOMFAff} \

HKMT1T: II \T
t'Nl.. 1'OINT "<"HIM>|. #I n n '

T>eVS'S .".a5' Pint will
I
"dd M N'!,,'fi i' V.-W-; \ .?t'-Ter sit !h'
Coral Punt .....t. ..1 cafeteria en II
Frlav Pee .S from *:\ to run* I FREE BOOKLET tells the eemplet! story 01! '
\.1..t i : \i t.'tta wll; l ".\V $1 %""> *:' 1 Mcderr. Oil H:see Heating. Get your copy from -
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through six w:::1 1 pay 7 '



November 2S. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Pmit." Florida Page Seven

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Truman \Will Visit That Seal The Back of Your Letters t ('\In OF TII.\ I\'"" Bean Deal
I on I I \x i-u to thank "ar may f: :e: ; Rolling

: I : : tl"! I.1 ,rely t' rd-. Kt'efloxx: '. '

Everglades City l....... % yI I :s .tnd s:tt- I rest ;\"I'd xxh: :U .t ; Along With Usual

z : i :.tlt: at't.. :Mary H.t-pital: ,::

To Dedicate Park -, ;::::. :;. .... 1! '. :t-t Puni: Beach It made ntI
': :::: ::..... Headaches Around
:::. I 1\ 1'\. lappxto nave .you reirtmo: 'r (
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EVEH'iLVDFS CITY. Fla. I : '"::::: ; 1r1 Mrs H. J. And..!',.,'.i i r.II:: ,.h.p'n 1 : !- :.,1"t Jv..

Nov 2.'hat xxd'! this town ,>t ,i LETS SEE, -_ "-:li 3g?. I" - Z u.lvy: but: tt': p-itt h.IO iv.i!i s:"vdI'o

f 00 1'n. D i I fFCIALLY( WANT .:::- i i t-t .
Iik' thr morning of > 11t: : C; e 1 pat several" tax: Or o*. -
tb. 7 twe locilauthori i TO tei MSCR. THOiE T" "'" ri. Seniors I >. ,i-.MS tit week
( -< i- question i + -= = 'l To Present during the pn.vi
-; RdZEMEMBEt: !:: : .... i GHr
i*-*'- a'' pond nnpr Right I H/THERI -, -t" .rC '_:: '. t / ? hacks: has been as high as ; Nineties" Show
TB 'Gay
now it i is a b'('hive, building trimming I d. It:'. '_.I.' ./ per hampl'r.ll blacks did not
I, -.:::=. (",, ,... .... _
laying out .tees; for a: -; - .v,.., ., CI ? "j -: \ '- .. bung the fancy price since ta
J' e l/ .r./Z:::;;::: The: Paankec; High School Senior:
grandstand r" =erx-ed 1 eats" for I : f'v. grade! teas not as good in many

more than a thousand di! "tmgui; :.ied --_..__( --,.;.;.! ..... r ; V9 Cla-- will prose-t a G.ty Nineties" Tstanees.Sexeral.
-> -*"'\ .. v3 '' 1* r-s.,---, vaudeville)! show in the school aud.torn. .- I.
mrbecue stands anal I ;;-- times the week
gutsts. : 7 > > ,' : - - : .; / during
v
pits parkinglot!? for 5OOO cars:. &5. : / -::: ; ......... ('"\" _./.:;.::::. .. :-, on ThurdaxIV o. 4.' at :':::e price tn plentiful- ran up a*

and a great array of catering facilities 'g&tor--3: ( %?: IJ.: ---- S p. m I high a- >j.jI1nrida Bdlesj <

!" for the majority of the 1J.(100 ; .- --- 7- -j.< ?*$t** 'I -/ ,:':', The show is under the direction I j brought $', 40 on more than o...*
.
.4 \. . 'f! ..\... of Mrs Marion Warren instructor
or more people who are expected ; : sale' on Tuesday of this xveek
te :... _4 .) '' ..
>4
'. W "
r ... '7 in English! assisted' by Miss Veronica -
to be looking for a place t<1 ' .t. Bountiful brought S10O to >4 I.n .2 >
i < .-:-
: 1l-'J.;
bur'h. -- - --.. -... .: .. t f.'. ... -. .... Kaufman the history and .> Tuesday and tendergreen- xxer-

On the .'\"eningof December .". ,|i -=. \ ..... ___'... .1.'f--' !-ff':: "1 .... w;.., ......",, ,,,;-s. English department.Featured low at a price ranging: from s-255: ::

will be barbered and clad 1 | .. -..... .... .. : ... "" /. in the show will be atri t., <3.OO > .
the town I :.-..;;:r -"... ." /b"l.t" .' ;;" \,-" "... ..-. ,..,.:.......y....... ... --'" :..- per hamj er
,
in spotless raiment nervous awl 1 1i -/-r--- I .. \\:> ....--. %# '< "i pf songs: composed bvHugr I I r:,'' inc prices have caused. a

'xpecf irt. for the President of th! I / L "'"".. ,-,.; ./r"! 'r\ \ ,ti; -... -;:; : <" I >e5 Ride .our of Pahokee. in. I( g:cot many f"adach\o daring the
.J "l- :.' '-0 4-. "
United States will be here the next j I -/: i; ',I'V': :i., *. ,.:J ..._ "" eluding "In Old Kentucky "Grav II I j past few daSome farmer.:

day to help dedicate the new Everglades 'iW? . 'i ....4: "r"I'I !....;,. ...... h ,, I Skies" and "The Song of the Ever j I say that Labor i- short and ethers

National Park. I -= I ""..lF., t.-.'i"' J't"A. ": '-';" ,:;:;- .I"-....-"....., ,? ) ,-' Blades; :' Miss Jean Goiigh Spinl !.'I !5:'x" that labor tan l.t had for .\
ffA -j !j.,0 ';' i : and English instructor at the :
i
I Some holi.ng
-- -- l price. contractors are -
7)v;;f ''jA 7 _. :,, )- 4/ "\
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.' '' .. ,,, .. r ;i hush Sl heel will da ballet dine I the at 0:Jo while:'
.' puking
f ."" ''I' ; :; .: ,;? ..! o, :f/: < ;. #" \---.J pru
CorneliuslcIntyre: "' ......... ( *,, :. "Z" ;O; # / .f ""," boLocil talent outside te
11\ :
( ci. j::m:
,''M '' ""' //y they are importing labor fro-.i
.... ",. '' '' ... '# y//.h' .
'Jo ,' .p.- -- __ / .. !'
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/,1, %.' ... I.' ... 1 J ) '.II! ;: | school will plaxpiano solos: and
-/ 1. .. ; f' : :. :., : !'. .u I, ;J .'" '11. 1 I P'm1'an., Delrax Beach and LakeVort
Mrs Benlah B. Thomas of"e!',!: ? ,' "
: ; : ; j give readings \ :i. This labor iKnn
i. ; -y' 1./
Pahoke<>. :' : ; + : ;, .f ///'I./
Palm B<'ach. formerly of :. .:' : 'i a-- ; i .__ i i Other numbers in the show xxiilj brought::: in every morning and returned -

announces the marriage of her --------------------------- ------------- - - - '
j includeong!:: bxa blackface qua-- every night bv truck which

daught'r.lrs.. Roberta L. Corn BRO11'NIE NF:11sThe ''XC' S.S. I! to! a nnC.a' t comely and all thq I makes it expensive help to harve:
Thus to :\William E. McIntyre of inkling In
"tor will\\ in th rand finale
regular meeting of tn-> : join ht>:in .

43S 12th St The wedding cer- Brownies was held Thursday aft- Use At Canal Point I While Strolling Through the Park I .\ battle of prices hat>een p>-

monv took place Thanksgiving T "rno the Memorial Church on l
Wars
Canal Point School: auditorium. I The nOw Sunday iool Budding evening;: of entertainment jOkeechobte farming region A* a
Kiye St. West Palm Beach Th"
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I There were seventeen riembei of the: Canal (>ontJethoJit; I jesult the pickers have --profile
bride was given in marriage bv her .
prestnt The girL had a lessonin I l'Hl'Itl'11 or ( iiuixrv Dually at the hands", of the farmers -
uncle Capt. L B. Thomas: attendants !- I ch':r-h x.aused for the frt: tin I '
I ( IF.NTI'" r
cross stitch embrodery! They who anted to get their beans
Mrs! Dolly Hendry. lat when the Cbildiens'! :
were Sunday "
.\NCIFXTND MODERN:
art beginning work on a Chn !- picked with no consideration, given
sister! <.f the bride. and Mr Janus! I 1111 111 ojt'ct. Department under the guidance ci NECP.OM.\ ('\ ALIAS M E S- to the picking ctWith .

Brown nephew of the bridegroom- It wa .If tided to have the meetings :- Mrs Kendrick Buchanan left tli-: KlFRISMND: 111 PNOTISM. DENOrN'CKD' : the maturing of more
elect
---- at 2:30 p. m. each Thur! parsonage porch where the department : is the subject] of th' bean ready for harvest and th'

instead of 3:00 p. m. ;-o that thI Ll."n-. ..rn1l'n which! will lie read an i'"al of mole labor the situatih
has met for *.
Tangerine Queen I I ihildnn(! who ride the bites- )' will many yea 'n Churches of Christ Stientist. will to'n iron itself out to the satisfaction -

Chosen For 1917 have a way "home to hold! l its class in the nearly throughout;: the world: on Sundiv of all concerned Tn,'

I finished stI1.ICtur'Ilany were the November :SO situation today is no different
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WINTER I'AVEN A ir-vei--: -- -- -- I d x 'I liriationof: delight of th" I Golden Text is"I.et not fm like situations in the past iii

f.ljIia'l1i: high school student I relief your prophets and your tlivinf. this immedtte.. : farm area. A shortage -

Patsy) : S"-ii-n. j>s. W:1!; roxxned Tan-i Billy :Mac-key Has I that t>e in the midst: of x-ou. deceive of labor h.u- always caused! ,i

genne Queer of 1117 at Cypress:; ,, A Birthday Party timing on the building D. L. you. neither hearken to your I battle of pit king; prices and th..

Hook has painted the inside a dreams bat I I h. xvhen'
G-mi; is. Sunday afternoon which xe cause to same will always true

The ('.'rf'n1ont the first I :\11 s. K II Mukey entertained snoxvj xxlute A* stn>n as the felling -I dreamed For they prophesy filsvIx I high priced beans are waiting in

partition are up. the rest of unto I the field toy harvested
stite-vud. I..aut'ontl'1't of the i i at her home :Monday! afternoon you in mx- name hiv" I to

\\ mt.'r and was pon-ored by the witn a party honoring her son the Sunday School through the I rot sent them saith the L..rd"I I II I Callhixe gone out to outs cl,'
I Young People's Class will move in. Jeremiah > for labor and i isome
Winter Haven Junior Chamber of Billy on his fifth birthday ann.- I 2':S I. pot mine picking

Comneice. Donations recently included tho.ebv Among the citations which comprise has been brought in. More
Games and
I verary were enjoyed Shirley Bros., the Don II the I I will the truth finds its
Lesson-sermon
Besides; winning the title in afit'ltl contest prizes and party favor I is the fol- come n

t.f ,;3 contestants, the Queen" I were awarded to the guests. Th Kepps. the Pope S'arsith an additional lo-.xmg from the Bible: "Bloxed.folloxx way to the home ports of those

donation of $10o from the )) that which !!' who come to this section
received a modeling contract with! hostess was assists in the entertaining not i!< evil but usually
Sunday School thru its treasurer, that which He doet1 | winter to pick eansTien>
the John Robert Powers Agencyin by Mrs C \\". Maxwell'! is good. that in

New" York City. $100 in ca nand Mrs V.'. A. Humphries. Jr. Mrs Earl Maxson. I gixwi! is of Got!: but he that dclh! '! j stabilized plf'kllllpTl.'t'!' are et-

a wide assortment of clothes) W A. Humphries Sr. Mrs Jo" _\ full day of work cleaning: tie evil\ *:"th n,'t !seen God till Jo',r f.,.'tid there will be little troub! .

including a xeir's supply of bathing Thompson and Mrs Loon Guthrie church building for the holidix j :111.: >. I in intning ,noiigh 1 1.lhflr t.> thi-

sihts. I -eason brought out many member Th e Lesson-Sermon also inch:.', :'i. a to t Luke: i art of the .I i ib
Guests were Yvonne ThomponShirley
Selected a1 maid of honor in Chanev.. Pumpki" En"l'ks 1 of thf''oman's Society of Christi i the following passage from t:'t' I Ii ---

the Que,'n's) court were Joan Dixon lan"xit.. They left the plate i iChrisfai Si'i,'n< e texttHHtk ":-:.' Regular Air Service
TbonnJanette
Nancy SpoonerAnita '
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s >oUt"s.sl\ c1f':1n."hilp
17. of Miami. Lois : xxorkin.
BHckburn. err: and Health with Key to the .
Cowirt Edwin HumphrieiWine ',
1". of i, they held a short! business meeting For Taylor County
Orlird\ Jeanne Crow 1I. ofSt. I'nwm. Tnpp Alderman !( Striptun-' bxMarv linker Kd<;:. :
IVtt'r.sburg. and Dorothy Cone Sandra T' which t"'e r''- ns were male f'0* 'Dixine Mind riJ'htJ.I'mar:.!-. I
Kathy \\"iJ.on. 1-'lmr1 PFRRY Clffn lals of Flondi'Aimaxs
19.! of Plant City.ludgrs I a big Turkey Dinner OT! Fndt:I mans "tire nUtiieme.. ftfff'f.tinn. |
Bn'n,1Unwin. Dorothy Fli7ab '
i
:
... x-itid th! Perry AirPort
:
iec >mN' 5. frum 0
r tot' P M T
: were John Robert Powers aid: tn'n;t... No r. s,rxation 'i-
i Humphries Gill Guthne Cirol Ji 13..tt"t"k to : the fa-
of New feast with all the tnmmmgsi: i iI . inspect
York. well known judg j -ride 'r at: l 1. -Mr loxiltx" Obe lIiee
Guthne Fate MickeMax: ar.l 1 .litit-s whit h they expect:: to us-
of 1"111an.1 head of the motlhn ('!- !1'If' held in the school <'af<'ttri.t ,
I I < e I.e Truth gixeman pow r
Poi Beerland Jimn Maxwell! . |
when they receive CAB eertil.-
th tuketelliig for $I.;,+) fo- .
I "
agency which bears his name; ,\:: -t' _"' .1". 21.21.
Miss Poppy,: Shannon model ard ---- ---- I,I :idult! and 7V for children Pro-I -.- -- | I atom tll JIPt'rTy reguta'sihediiltd -

editor of the woman's page of tl.:* i I n'f'dv will go toward outfitting: th. strvite.

New York Joiirn ilVmeric.in.: an.i Perry Tobacco HasAn kitchen! of the new building II I II I i Wildlife (;roujs! In |I'f' are confident that the CivilAeronautics

Boy. C Beckunn of Tallahassee. I i idirector Increased Value j j'I I I We. have' learned that the offerIng I[ :Meet At St. Pete I Bard will render a
.. fa\ora}.I.I decision on IVrry'- i etijtion -
of the st.ite ad\'t>rthin: l> ingrf"'I\- .] for Methixii'Oxers -* :

commission I i !'as Relief bv the "'oman'- II I ST T'F"TF.I Itl'Rt Sport'. I within a fxx weeks since th-
PERRY Taylor County farmers recommended It:' sail
examiner
The -170O 'I .Sivietx' in both Uor'-hip S,'rxucitlx e s .
i'
spectators present men fr.:1. !: s. ii.ur.- o- FI..r..I.1
( received' 3** per cert more' for !I I t1I'I I ) Oscar Bt'rJstnrm.'Wf" president
seated themselves the !opaciouslixxn ' is: rein? used to ->nd J'ath"r"J i ere I last week end fort
their tobacco yield thi: year thinli't 1'1f' to Mr,. Mellonv Turner.. 1 jus j *.. I Iand general traffic manager fo '
: surrounding the silver plat- I i.gent arr..al ion\ntion <'f the Florida
figures released"" bv County .
f1ond.lIr.ay":
forni studded with! tangerines, and ci"r.an-: the .\i:je: :tan Ser 'ol \\illlfe: F'd.'ratifnhch: way
I .\ D. C. :McCloud di*losed: '' I| Perry. and I..r1'-.lJull-I-Wlti. were
witched the *.3 girls from all over :n I.x-.trh P'IIaraIr.: <. T irn- held at ThSom.. II .tel
.
There Were 157 local farmers this c. vend from the heanng before
the state parade in front of the will di>tnbute these things to i Leonard 1.F.'t" \\' hll '
year wit h tobacco allotments. !i" I' CAB ta f.xt. rd and revise I-londi
three judge I !: 'dx purl 1- there Thll!*. manx of'i D. C convention speaker. !' ""ton'I'
i I ..
more thin't'r before: .n TaylorCounty Alr'ay.r"'lt.' -s r a motion Uv
Following! the coronation. ti. i our f Js have had a direct cart: 'n ji j ing i o" he 'ibv"-! of game
and their inr,'m % .r.I'r i that
gross < Florida AirAaxin < anIncreased
Cxpres.Gardens ,\qut-M-iids entertimed i '1'nn ,I:1:: i beer t ) } stocking. told the a -nihl..'dsportsmen :|i
from the laf way SlSxCl: : M !, I ;T.nl'lia .' .1." ...... in.g :.! be mad'n
1 the alhli'nct'ith -1' children in this citx- |! that fce Iixed rn- i 1
a pe- I I Acreage. in tobacco increased 31 I I I I. ? !tl..",. tt .A .f '1'"
taeuliriter ski so\x Dick Pope ; TWf'r.t -"fi\"P members' That is stocking of like! and streams '::Tbn '
per .'t'ntvt'r lost: \'f'ir's :13. xxhilexnelds I --- --
Jr. Cris the tar in this event. '' I th" all-time. record of the Juni'v n failure I'
increaU a total ..f 13 ,
skiing across the like: in his bare p.< Fell-wshp which meets Fn!.'v- He" based his claim of 70T- I I Rotes
nt 320: .*! >
i in the countto i
:
feet hthind a fast peed boat 1: p >und-s. j! at 3'3A for all 'hIMrf'12; 1"..- 1 of record kept on vast f'W'tt-. Refined 1 P y H.H.C.TALI.AIIEE \
----- { a Grand time at .
/group is having : hog op.rjtions throughout t::. ,
I In 1'MO. when the present !systemof '
\n indication of te compl'telcharpevl *- i'! c..r.tr.'I l- began there were' ,7 its meptmgtneir! handworknow courtrv A!' field. representative rf : : Increased

: racing P','ture at Gulfstream I t.'a. *'o cr, \f'NO In Taylor Countvj I i is making i blvkprint" 1 the Wil-il.fe! Management' In tt.ite. i i ihe Irate I for fr'12r.t and fila".nlr' r
lark can be determined i I Chn..tma* Cards rarviie th- : .
va obwerve'I t'e .ftort.of .
proiui mg X2: 402 pounds which'' rlrMwH i carried by Fl ride railr'i d c

from assignment: of stall pace *,' I j I. brought '' refused b>. the Flon.la R :1

horsemen! currently campaign! :"Z re there his: Kn a stea..y: i-,'rt :\.w 11 - --- -- i
in the Chicago;: area: Of the is . '. krnw' .f i cnge! raw'. where' Mce :-- (Cha.rrr-. J...-rW r' , f
the .
f'rp'I..t'1 of t hai cnTav1.'r :: firs II .J \r.<1''s m: t a: rev .mf'd ..
trainers chipping to Gulf trra-i .. r.'L"' beer rhtli5. said: fr f' '
,. n. P s -.e the >mmi+itt'>r !anal' <
County I II to her h. .n:" ?m !:1
Park from the WirJv Citv. "o . C.. .
Road In P't ,'ke.. ef'e- ..T"rti." gv. Ralph "k.'f St Peter had: a.1! t' pr.-l kA
fewer II .r.t"\\-m.; .- !I ---- .. . .
than .
are
I ", .' rat: w, k.: S' .!ar.n! Many new stables hate teen at2o.abed i Mr and Mrs II D F-.el.ls Sr in 1t'st raIn U..a-.. the Fr! 'la Vi Idl.fe. FHl.Tation ,i 1 .!'. : r'.r.ta e r.l"" .' i

tall space from raci";? have *.. gussets this" !! u. -.-k the- I ------ - h. ... . ,a. .... ', ... . -

1r.>nch..I.J other than the' Chur' : daughter Mr Leon Thnmrk -- --- Mu' J :la ilahs who recertt'varnyed ,j ra' ? .. 1of. -:: : -

Co at>-a. and 7tilfj.tream Part- i and !!I.->n. Il-ckie of Man:; Paul Bardiha.: ret'lm..i t" make her horn WIth her ro..' ', . .. . 'J!'

with this infiis.on of fn'sh co'- I.i I ___ t<> hf'rm"! i- Canal Point nita1 .- :, br .th"--: -!lav. and nter llr u.dMr :rcreases: . -

ptUC'1f'iII. tictnates the mot ir.teresti spending several weeks Wltl heecarrrts :" Harry l* McIntosh in Pah'ik 'eat Oft frtj. .. ')

!: :' !'tv rt in its short! b.tbn1i.l j I Frank "b"1' n spe-dmc th'. Ito MrV O I ,.. ": ... %-r<.->td a poKtion in thB. "!' thirteen: two ....s_ ',i. '_' _.9

-t hut.TV I week 1:. Car' Oi i'". bs.'sa trk;,\:: l .- Glerrx.I.'a: : .*- PaK". P.Friday. ..:.-ar: '"!,. .



Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
Friday November 2S. 19 JT

Dog Patchers Have 1 Daisy Mae. XVanda Harper anj I .i'<;i{;"a.'Y t 1
f S sr :
'I Sibyl Jenen; : Moonbeam ML f < >":>4 "" :}S:"';><,"4 t"4 r"4?i 4:.C4 "4 r"i":><,>
Fun On The GridironThe Swine Doris Harper; XVoof Giri Betty Hicks; lender Leef Ereckson. sv
Dog-Patchers paid Pahokcea Rita Aboud; Scrag -;:. Jack : We Offer :;:
a \ Friday night during the ,
Major Frank Gilhs Claren'!
:Sadie! Hawkins Day Dance at the Padgett. Lee Shirly. and Rita Fa.,' :v: SPECIAL Tire Prices :saa:
Y
Elks Club. Many of Capp's char- Hurt. A :
acters came off the funny page to Stupyfymjj Jones Barbara Wilkinson Y+ A
trip the light fantastic and to compete and Joan Wilson: Available: { >
for the prizes offered b;> Jones Billy Jernigan: Marrying

who Coach sponsored Alley and the the affair.Cheer Leaders ard Sam Mole.Payne Jackson: P. U. Rich {!' 600x 16 $10.9Sl Plus Tax !'

During the afternoon the girls I -.-..--- }
'were given an opportunity ti s.> AMIoriS OLD \1'; e
.
Plans Are Made For
catch a date by pickin' em up an 1ettin
em down faster than the Christmas ServiceTeachers 4 v> These National Advertised Tires to choose from: .>
}10YS. Those who were too slow to 4 A

catch giving a another date in the chance afternoon during werj hte hokee First and Baptist officers Sunday of the School Pa- ::: U. S. Royal Firestone Gates :;y: UE

j.ame." The winners fo-!
were as
at a meeting in the Fellowship:
l.1 ms: : :
Little Abner. Dannly Mulhs: Hall annual Monday Christmas night made tree plans pro-fothe E Kelley-Springfield i:

41 ..'''..
gram at the church. .
The large tree will be furns-h i .. >
::: AT LAST IT IS HEKE :
UNKLE HANK:"SEZrf and set up by the Men's IJ.M- :,.
____ I Class and) decorated bv the Won. A' Tilt LONG AWAITED ct
U&E.Dfo DC.WHEN A : *. sip o a
an's' Philathea Class T. U Knl ht.
WOMAN eJt(3lN 1"'Grf UP J. D. Apner and Ellsworth Kn :4Y}
Y U. S. Master i }
ChristImae I: : RoyalMKKirN
\N YEARS HER HAIR URH- will furnish the children's :: ] A
EO GRAV GUT NOW treat of orangey appl--.' >
: .- '115 EMS candy and nuts and the program I 4'y''> ".\ : roKKMo *.\FTTua:" iA :>
; ; will be under the direction of ;OJ.! rr
o
orI { >
.- 11 committee composed of Mrs. F. G. | A
4'U1
1'URr.
A
fi.
I . Gillis. Mrs J. H. Wilkinson Jr.. V
.' .'- .RED.tf : Mrs R. S. Douthit. Mrs. H. U 4:> i; In 1939 I pioneered the competitive! retail tire business ..:..
Speer and Mrs. C. A. Moberg. A .
l.;'. /-'','; Preceding the business session a :: ij in this section. I met big town prices. :My }policy noi i is : :

f.tf.l:1 was bountiful served Thanksgiving to the group by banquet Mrs. I cY:> the same as it was then' "Give every customer the verybest .;..

"" C. L. Shirley. Mr" A. C. Santo. > ..
deal in the book customer satisfied :>
.l+".-. Mrs. C. A. Batch'lor.frs.. San K: every a cus-
c >
McKm!"tiy. Sr.. andfrs.. Paul l.Y tomer." -- Paul Saf:el'r
( ( tables weredecorated
Watson. The
.'_...... .. L with banquet bouquets of fail <"> r.;}
A :
Is your car petting up in years'" I flowers and had as centerpieces y 4 >

Would you like a change A cornucopias overflowing with : Need Seat Covers? i
, chan'that would thrill and jfrmt I ''. ::: Come by and see our . . :.:
---e-
bt>nt'f.t the whole family? Con.t I II
to tl:! L/.KK HOlt: MOTOR TII.\SK GI\'ISG {yy L95 +y
COMPANY, today . take a I I Thanksgiving means our thanksto :: Special $1: upK : :
look at the marvelous new give. v .
Dodge on display. You'll agree For it was God who let us live 4:" '. {:.
\\ : FIT ANY I \K l mi (!t"I.ITtTnSU 10 NONK
with that it's to
us. going >e
To to church to worship anJ
go As>
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a new standard in automotive I I' v
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