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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: December 10, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAY 1


December 10, 1948 PUBLISH } N CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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!. - Local P. O. To Stay Jeffries Renamed

RECENT Py Open Saturday P. M.


OPERATIONS I Canal Point Postmaster Ol''f'Ol1: Mayor of South BayMayor

. ; Fa Upthegrove said yesterday that

By Paul Rardin i the local post office will remain W. M. Jeffries was reelected -
open on Saturday afternoons until and three new councilmen

Christmas in order to expedite were chosen in a closely contest

Have you seen Pat Carroll's Christmas mail. He also said tha municipal election in South Bay

poinsettias in Canal Point So far the office will remain open during Tuesday.
ads
this fall they are' the prettiest the noon hour.Woman's. Unofficial returns reported" by

ones in our midst. I've tried to town officials showed Jeffrie -

grow some near our office but two victor over his opponent by a vote
hurricanes this fall and two tie Group To of 115 to 97. In the council raceI.

year before gave them a seveie P. Roberts was high man with
setback. At pruning time Pat will Change Its Year 133; R. R. Roadman polled" I'M

give you all the cuttings you want. votes and Melvin Herring emerged -
You'll enjoy growing the beautifulred S apparent winner of the third
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flowers from cuttings off the*! Members o fthe Pahokee First: seat with 96.Indicative .

big, healthy bushes. Methodist Woman's Society of of the close race, totally
Christian Service at a meeting showed "". C. Allen in fonrta
South Bay voters returned Mayor Florida East Coast the church Monday aftt'rnoon'ot 'd place with 95, and Carroll Warrei"
W. M. (Bill) Jeffries to office Railway Assigns
to change the fiscal year of their 5 with 93. S. J. Fisher was low wit
for another two year term in TUE's.i organization from Jan. 1-Dec. 31 83 votes.A .

day's city election. Along Diesel-Electric Engines To GladesSix to June 1---May 31 to coincide with total of 213 votes were cast
the voters named three entirely -
mayor the fiscal year of the church. A 'out of 250 registered.
council members. They
new budget of $383.00 covering WSC?
are: I. P.: Roberts. R. R. Roadmanand branch line Diesel-electric Jensen Says PahokeeP. commitments for the first five .

Melvin Herring. The candidates locomotives have been purchased O. months of 1949 until the new fiscal

for the third place were by the Florida East Coast Railwayfor Open SaturdaysThe year starts was submitted by Mrs. Mrs. Jones Named
closely bunched with Herring receiving use in freight service on its
I. J. Frasure, Jr., treasurer, andace'ptNl
96 votes W. C (Bill) Allen Cut-oft and branch line to the rich Pahokee post office will re-
getting 95 and Councilman Carroll Lake Okeechobee agricultural dis main open Saturday afternoon, by the group. PTA Treasurer
Dec. 11 and Dec. 18, according to Mrs. John A. Dulany appointedMrs.
Warren tallying up 93. S. J. Fisher trict. Four of the new Diesels hav
announcement this week th* R. F. Hurt Mrs. Louts:
an by
a member of the present council already been delivered and placed
postmaster, E. A. Jensen. This is Davis Mrs. Frank Rozelle awl 'Mrs. Charles Jones was elected
was efrrujnated In the runningby in operation. Two more will be received -
InVfeHowtownsmen and was shortly. done in an effort to better llerv"patron.s Mrs. R. J. Schroder on a committee treasurer of the Canal Point ParentTeacher
to select candidates for these Association at the
during the rush holidays
low. man with. 83 votes.Handicapped. Costing ,approximately $144.000 .
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mm each the new locomotives arc WSCS ,life memberships to be December meeting held .Monday r).
.. awarded at the next meeting, one night in the school auditoriumwith
rated at 1,500 horsepower apiece,
Are candidate to be chosen from each Mrs. D. L. Friend, president,
Conservation
and are designed for both switchIng GroupTo
of the three circles. It was announced presiding. The special election was
and branch line road service.
Name DelegatesThere that three life memberships the left by th-
Taken To SchoolEvery They will entirely supplant steam Held ot fill vacancy
power on the Florida East Coast will also be presented to tne recent resignation of Mrs. D. L.
Railway's Okeechobee branch and will be an election of community Spencer Cushman and Frasure in- Hooks.
committeemen and delegates fant'. Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and Mr=
morning long before the new 30-mile cut-off between Fort
sun is awake. Charles Baker is Pierce and the Lake. to the Palm Beach County Reports were given at the meeting Friend gave reports on the State

up and stirring and pounding down Empty cars are being hauled by Agricultural Conservation Associa- by Mrs. Hugo Roe Ai ti! PTA Convention held in West
tion in the Glades area or Friday WSCS district held Palm Beach last month at which
the road on the first lap of a daily these Diesels from Fort Pierce to meeting last
120-mile trip. producing centers in the Glade Dec. 17. month in Miami: by Mrs. G. W. the Canal Point PTA received a

The big orange vehicle that he and there spotted for loading. On In the North Glades area the Byrd on the Interdenominational certificate of award for achievinga

drives is plainly labeled "Palm their return trip the Diesels pick election will be held at 10 a. m. Migrant Committee meeting heM 15 per cent increase in member-

Beach County Schools" and n'._ up loaded cars and bring them Dec. 17, at the Pahokee City Hall. In Belle Glade; by Mrs. B. Elliott ship. Mrs. P. P. deMoya read th-

hegira is as reliable as the cook'3 over the cut-off to Fort Pierce For the South Glade area the on the mission study of China national PTA president's me.iage

crow. Baker starts out from West- there to be assembled into trait election will be held at 2 p. m. in which she recently presented the for the month.

gate heads down the trail toward i for prompt movement over the the Sanders Building in Bells 1 Senior and Intermediate Methodist The Jroup'otf'd to purchase

Lake Worth, into Lantana all the double track main line to north- Glade. Three committeemen and Youht Fellowship and by Mrs. J.V. girl scout handbooks for the school

way to Boynton. back again : ern markets. They will aso be use-1 I cne delegate will be elected at eacnmeeting. Thomas, on Christmas gift library. It was announced that th!
htint'nt by the students committee Point Girl Scout Troop,
through West Palm Beach and to haul sugar cane grown in the Canal
Riviera Beach. rich Glades muck lands. a move- All farmers who have signed up to members of the church why sponsored by PTA, would conduct

All during his course, he stops. ment totaling some 30.000 cars a under the 1948 program will liable are attending college or are serv- K. awrets sale at the school on
at carefully appointed stations to )'ear. to vote. County Agent M. U. ng in the armed force Wednesdav at 2 p. m. The attendance -

pickup children laden with schoolbooks -: Among the advantages; of the** Mounts urges as many as possible Mrs. R. F. Hurt outlined plans award was won by Mv

and smiles. Some are waiting lectric-driven locomotives is .vir to participate in the election. On for an advanced program to to Maurer'w fourth grade; room.

in wheel chairs some leaningon tually >r-tip control". They Dec. 18 at 10 a. m. the elected delegates held: at the church Monday. Jar On the program Mrs. Ralph .\.

their crutches. Some have difficulty can be coupled to cars with great will meet in the court houseto 3, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Dulany announced Fuller delivered an inspirational

making out the bus's advent er ease, eliminating; heavy impact form a county committee whiei an educational seminary: :address on "Building Character

with their dimmed spectacled shocks. They accelerate and decelerate will formulate the policy for the will: be held in Belle Glade on Jan. Children of the fourth grade sang

eye: *. Some Just wait holding; crippled more rapidly, and do not require next year of the county program.The I 18 from 10.3O a. m. to 2:30: p. m. songs and danced the minuet. Th

arms in happy negligenceclose !stops! at intervals for water, present committee is> com Mrs. L. J. Fraser and Mrs. Ron progra mwas under the directionof
to their" thin bodies. which is the case with steam posed of Chairman E. F. Froelich ald Watson presented" two chapters Mrs. Sorchie BAird in the absence -

Baker likes the kids and they power. R. L. Braddock and A. R. Harrington. from the fall mission study text. of Dennis Friend program
like him. His dally 120 mile Journey The Lake Okt'ffhobeedistrict.. "Newness of Life. Mrs- Arcn chairman.
takes 42 wards to and from Following the meeting refreshments -
now served by these" modem I Blakey announced that the study
the Palm Beach County Crippled riesels. is ('InfOf the leading; winter would be completed" at the midweek were served during the social -

Children's Royal Palm School now" vegetable" and sugar producin; : Barbara Wroten Is prayer" service with Mrs. P- hour by Mrs. J. P. Parker.'

located in a big; cool white buildIng areas in the United States. This J. Schroder in charge. Mrs. I). R. Hall and Mrs. OscjrCTJistain.
at Morrison' Field. These physically : FSU Band :Member hostesses.
estimated that -
'talOn' it is approximately For the devotlolUL.frs.. Blake-
handicapped children com 13,000 carloads of winter i read the "Christmas Story watt: -
from all over the county and they vegetables; wil boo moved from this Miss Barbara Wroten. dauJhterI I Mrs. Orin S Bacon Jr.. organist
to school just like any: other of Mr. and Mrs.s Leo Wroten cf i "
go district. Chief products are celery, softly played lJt"r.t" Nijrht. Th.' Pahokee PTA Will
the advantage Pahokee has been selected as a:
kids but they are given
beans, and .11': 15-
cabbage potatoes program was preceded by a
. of special curriculum.Mrs. M member of the University: Symphonic Present Christmas
though winter-grown lettuce, radishes minute organ concert of Chrt'tmncarols
Crick Is the kind : Band at Florida State University. ;-
Margery"" cucumbers eggplant ar. If
she
and competent principal of th Tallahassee where
delicacies frequently move incarload
school. Under her are six teacnr attending school. A concert by th* .
all vitally interested in the lots. ; band was broadcast on Thursday XO MEETING The Pa!".(>Parent-Teacher r Anociation .*

education of exceptional: children.In j night of lat week. will present its annual

addition the school makes use At the Glades .bdistrict meeting I Pahokee Lions dispensed with Christmas fit-gram In the btrh

of a physio-therapist sent out by of tie Meti0d.st Youth Fellowship Mrs. W H. Rogers. Mrs. Duk their regular/ Tuesday luncheon shoed auditorium Monday. Dee
the Palm Beach County Crippled held at the Community Methodist -t Tucker and Mrs. Maxine Joyce meeting this week to observe an- 13. at p. m. iln. D. W CunntnI ,,-

Children' Society on Royal Patn Church in Belle Glade Tuesday I! spent Thuniay in Vero Bach aj nual ladies night at a dinner and tarn president, win preside at Uxrrsef

Way where the clinic part of the night the Canal Point MTT' i 1 guest of Mrs. Joyce" son and special program of entertainment I bujwre" *,e_ion and the pro
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project Is malntained.-From Tiffs was represented by 11 member i Tal-ton at the woman'a clubfcoo this Friday gram win be under the direction orMr

Town and County. and the Pahokee unit by 9. I evennig. Tommie Lee DuB<*e.






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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday December 10 1945

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS 1


Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region "Old '

Established 1924 Published Every Friday I o.
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Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance R little lOH

L The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office ge* \

t.- In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter


Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher


Pet Show Success Bride's Shower For

Held In PahokeeThe Betty WoodyardThe .-.-


benefit pet show sponsoredby Pahokee Woman's Club J

Pahokee Girl Scouts on the building was the scene Tuesday ..

lawn of the First Methodist Church night of a bride's shower honoring 'f

Tuesday afternoon was an outstanding Miss Betty Woodyard daughter of 3
*
success. The scores cf Mrs. S. A. Nail of Bryant whose > > life's Coming t
pets exhibited represented practically marriage to James M. Gibson of ,
al the species in the annimal Canal Point will be an event or. '

kingdom including mammals reptiles Dec. 28. Hostesses were Mrs. Audie \ I
and fish ranging from chameleon Hooks. Jr.. Mrs. Melvin Spooner . '.
to hamster but the two Mrs. Olaf Doe Mrs. Jack Car ;a
kinds of traditional pets cats and Mrs. Earl Maxson and Mrs. J. T. -'--

dogs were by far the most Parker.
ous. Poinsettias and tuberoses were
numer-I I
. H. L. Speer assistant used by the hostesses in carryingout
ricultural agent and Glen a color scheme of red and
local breeder of pedigreed cocker white against a background ofgreen.

spaniels acted as judges. Mr. The lace-covered refreshments You never know hat's happeningat
Speer gave a talk on the proper table had as a centerpiece
care of pets and Mr. Abling dem- an attractive arrangement of tuberoses the other end of the line! That's why-

onstrated the proper method of surrounded by fern and was it's important to allow about a
displaying show dogs. lighted with red tapers in double
Ribbons and prizes were awarded crystal holders. The bride's table, s minute for your party to reach the
as follows: Pedigree dogs. Alfred covered with a white lace cloth
telephone-and just as important to
Kahn. springer spaniel first. was outlined with poinsettias.
. Donna Lynn May pointer second I, Throughout the evening Miss # answer your own calls as promptly as
and Donald Pickett. cocker span- Patsy Maxson played soft music oniano. '
possible. Being considerate off in
iel third; mixed-breed dogs PhihoDulany t!:? :- A contest prize wai pays
and Marian Enecks first. awarded to Mrs. Oscar Chastain. better telephone service for everyone.

Freddie Blakey. second and Bren- Each of the guests wrote her favorite ...

da Carter third; cats. Ray Mc- recipe for the bnde. .. I .
Quaig and Annette McIntosh first. The bride-elect was assisted with SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
George Jordan second and The- the opening and display of th fncon orot4
ma Lowe third; miscellaneouspets many lovely gifts by Mrs. Earl t
Wayne and Bruce Boyntop. Maxson. Mrs. Jack Carr was in
kid goats first; Annette McIntosh charge cf the bride's book. Holiday Gire party called time to anttirvr

hamster second and Faili! ccokies and ice cream were servedas ,
Brown raccoon third. refreshments.

The Girl Scouts wish to than I I Two Weeks VacationFor I inrtrvctirn the following merchants and business -- -
irmber storms, "because the lacK
men for the donation of Good Yield Beans On School ChildrenSchool I I[of attendance in classrooms the I i F't

prizes: Chandler's Sundries, Bo!- Vann's last few days before the holiday. ,
Section FiveW. children will have a full; i
ton's and Fletcher's Drug store i will result in loss of State rev- :
Chastain's City Market. Hitch- two-week Chi.stm3."acation under ,
cock's grocery. George Belk. Jaclc I H. Vann of W. H. Vann. Inc., the new schedule: adopted for enue. in.1 Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Johnson of
Spencer and the Prince Theatre. I I the man who has been shipping the holiday vacations by the comity The county system reCE> : Pahokee announce the birth of a
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funds from the State on the basisof :
carlots of beans from the LatceOkeechobee
school board Tuesday.On son. Thomas Howard at the Eerglades -
.- I student attendance, he ea-I!
Region since the goodyear
the recommendation of County Memorial hospital Dec. 1.
[ 1925 has a nice piece of muck plained.He .
Superintendent Howell L Wa!-
.
Lucy Jones Circle between Belle Glade and Pahokee kins children will start their-holiday also said. "If there are anymore i 1 1B.

Has Holiday Program -Section 5 to be more specific. vacation at the close of the days lost during the winter E. Thompson spent a recent
During the hurricane this fall school day Dec. 17 and will returnto because of cold weather when leave from the Army with his c

Mrs A. C. Santo presented a the piece of land remained in tillable !- school Jan. 3. schools may have to close then uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joe

Christmas program at a meeting condition. While flood waters Watkins urged return to the that many more days will have to Thompson in Pahokee after completing -
stood thousands of be added to the end of the calendarin : his boot at Fort
training
of the Lucy Jones Circle First on acres in the: original schedule, which xv a s
Baptist m. at the home of Mrs. Glades, workmen were busy: replanting changed following loss of school June." Jackson S. C.
on Section 5. A beautiful
Morris Baxter Tuesday. Other .
taking part were Mrs. Paul Tillery, f'roP.was. made and many of tne
beans sold at a handsome price..
Mrs. L. G. Alderman Mrs. R \/
Hardaway: Mrs.' Ralph Grimes and One small plot of the section PROTECT YOUR BABY WITH
Mrs. C. L. Shirley. 19 acres-turned out a yield of I .:
3,',()() hampers of tenderprrens. Thisin
Mrs. J. V. Chaplain!' guest of
any mans language is an excellent ,
honor led the devotionals and
yield. Again; Section 5
gave a brief talk. A Christms
comes through with some sort ofa
offering was collected at the meeting -
record.
for Miss Dorothy Thompson.
Pahokee WMU protege at the -S-

Baptist Children's Home in Arcadia Mrs. M. I. Keen entertained witha

ilis. W. II. Rogers chai-- wiener roast and outdoor partyat Fr .+ ftK
man. presided at the bU5int'. ". It her home Friday evening. Men
was announced that Mrs. Hard hers! of the Pahokee and Canal
way will be hostess at the meet Point Intermediate Methodist
ing. I Youth Fellowship! were guests. o



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Yes Sir
._ DIA1JOL: IKSECTICIDAL PAINT is a 1 '

; Insomnia's Contagious! II '\. (l111 high qual.ty. Cat cil paint with power 1
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:'t lo kill insects throughout: the Ue cf thepair. ...- ' ,

'7 !. DIAI.OL is dstr J..e. beautJy-: slD
When Bud Swanson had: trouble a class cf beer with a bit of cheese lIi.i. fC1DAf 1
Sleeping nights, and tried to gt before I KO to bed. I can't speak Absolutely: : harmless! to hunar.s pDI1ttiC
!. PAINT IN'SECTICX2E -I
user it by lurninz up the radio full for yon.) and pets.'S .i'7'
. a powder that '_
blast. he stared an epidemic of From where. I !'it.good neichhorlme caa t n.xed with a fatwl --.--
insomnia all donn block. --
the :
"" mean rot him; more thir F-a pt 1W own
choice to <:.U.l "ia* ct __
Folks finally dropped a hir.t tj simply respecting/ the other per .
k.:: rmy.:
Hud that he close! the windows or son's taMes and rights-aithoat

turn the radio a little! bwer. Pu
did-and that was the quickest don his titroat..tnd that roes for
cure for vt'itr folks insomnia I've Hud's radio my glass! of beer opever

heard of! whatever. temperate pleasure you D. L. Hooks Jones HardwareCanal

Not that any of u! object t- the happen to cnjor.

radio, or wing band,cr anything Point Fla. Pahokee Fla.

else that helps another person relax c9. (//-:1-1

of an evening. Myself I like, "tCcor Richmond Plumbing Co.


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December 10. 1948 The Everglade News Canal Point Florida Page Three

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Fat Cattle Show To record as a revenue producer its Mrs. Pearson HonoredBy Laughton Charles Coburn Joan
longtime service to the state its Cinematic ChatterBy Tetzel Ann Todd. Ethel Barry-
Be Discussed SaturdaySmith larger physical investment and its Canal Point WSCSMrs. Malcolm Millar more, Louis ,Jourdan and introduc

nationally-famous program of ing. (just from Italy), Valli.
Hughes instructors and stakes races.Gulfstream. O. E. Pearson, Miami district Seldom is such "The Paradine Case" is an intense -
a distinguishedcast
county agents from a tencountyarea Park filed their suit president of the Methodist drama involving a murder
of artists found in one film
will meet at the Experiment in April 1948 and Hialeah filed a Woman's Society of Christian Service 'as is to be seen in "The Paradin mystery that should keep one m
Station in Belle Glade on Satur- motion to dismiss in Circuit Court was guest of honor at a meeting perpetual suspense throughout the
Case which is to be presented a:
day at 10 a. m.. according to Assistant and upon denial appealed to the of the Canal Point WSCS at the filming. Alfred Hitchcock is the director -
Prince
Theatre SundayMonday -
County Agent H. L. Spe r. Supreme Court for a decision. the church Tuesday. I of the drama and it is certain -
and which has the highest
At the meeting plans will be . Mrs. Pearson: gave a talk on endorsement of leading columnist, that nothing was spared to
discussed and made for the proposed "WSCS Goals for the Coming editors and film writers.In I give this picture the finest in
fat cattle show to be held 4-H Girls Club In Year." She was introduced D;- i,theatrical talent for it's presentation. -
in the recently constructed sho-v Mrs. W. P. Pope who was in the cast of "The Paradine .

ring at the Everglades Experiment Regular MeetingThe charge of the program. Others Case" are Gregory Peck Charles See you at the movies-Mal.
Station. Classes for showing taking part in the program were
and prizes will be discussed at the Canal Point 4-H Club meet- :Mrs. D. R. Hall and Mrs. B. T.

Saturday morning meeting.The ing was called to order by Presi- Vertices. I ,
show ring bas been built oy dent Billie Nell Stokes. The pledgewas Mrs. A. R. Harrington presented
the state department of agriculture given and then songs were a Christmas worship service. Mrs. i

for use by South Florida sung. We had the roll call by the Pope Sears sang a solo and Mrs. Shrubs and Trees :

counties. It should ,be understood Secretary. The President asked fo- Harlan Sears gave a reading. 1 i I
that it has been built for an fir the minutes but they were not pre Preceding the meeting luncheonwas i !
the counties in this area and nit: pared. Old and new business wa.;; served at noon with Mrs. F. ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL 1

for Palm Beach .county alone :t discussed. Names were drawn for W. Cross Sr.in charge of ?r-
was pointed out by the agent. Christmas presents for all tre rangements. At the conclusion nf ; I
. girls. the program refreshments were .' 1. Authorized Sales and Service

Race Dates UpheldBy The sum of five cents was pledged served by Mrs. F. M. Wilson JACOBSEN POWER AND
by each one present to be used hostess. Mrs. W. N. Veal. Mrs.
Supreme Court toward the purchase of a gift for Melvia Livingston and Mrs. Hicks : ; HAND LAWN MOWERS j i I

Mrs. Michaud. were guests. ,

MIAMI-Further protection cf There were 19 girls present and .a.
the state's horse racing revenue i i
one teacher. The president turned Members of St. Martha's Guill.: ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
has been given by the recent Su-
the meeting over to Mrs. Conner. Episcopal Church of the Holy Nativity !
preme Court decision upholding a Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons :
.
After our work period was finishedthe will hold their annual
1947 legislative act which placed 1100 Southern Blvd. I
West Palm
meeting was adjourned. Christmas party at the home of Beach'NFORMATION : I
the allocation of horse racing dates
-Signed the Reporter the president Mrs. C. T. Jackson
on the basis of revenue produced.The l u
-Donna Lee Upthegrove. on Monday Dec. 20. at 8 p. m.
for 120-
measure provides a
day season of successive 40-day -
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periods in the Dade-Broward area,
t
with the track producing the most
:
tax revenue receiving the first r
choice of dates for the next year.
The track producing the next higra-
est amount would have their -
choice of the remaining periods. 1
Under the former statute tracing

commission had the pow.r ..v'U
to apportion the dates regardless;
of revenue returned the previous

season.
In adopting the new statute, th;
legislature decided the old arrangement -
was "unsound and unwise Iu
GET N'
and creates a condition of ss &
uncertainty which retards the natural -

expansion and development of AND
this business and influences atd
affects the financial stability of / TICKETS
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the counties and state."

It was emphasized that "the operation ii well in advance .
of hor racing and pari-
Right
mutuel betting at horse tracks is a Now

substantial business compatible to --- if' PossibleEARLY
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the best interests of the state ant -- -a' .
taxes derived therefrom constitute : :: : ( .: .Izi- -.
.
.
an Integral part of the tax structure -
of the state and counties." -

In a suit filed by Gulfstream GO
Park questioning the con!'titiltionahty 1
+ < t if plans
permitBetter
of the act. the state Supreme
Court ruled on November 19. 1943
11-20 ..
that the statute was valid on the ._ f_peopl."o..ling.mof.tboia
basis of public welfare and public : : r. 'y of...otwI
.. jcpRMATIOH
involved.
Interest I OECEMIER 21. 22. 23
Under the first application of .._-- Better GO new than ne.t w..t.nd. -

the statute this year, Hialeah Races: F- i DECEMBER 24 25 26
o e l.Cwb.tof thwt.k.ndrtrouton. .
Course requested and was granted
its usual middle 40-day period. DECEMBER 27-30
the P .. Mara convenience, more room.DICrwU'R .
s Gulfstream Park requested I y
closing day period and TropicalPark ,,,, r 'rI ,\ ) :31-JANUAgr 2
automatically received the 1 .t. tltll \ Co eerier; or 1 later if yo*too

AFTER JANUABT 3Col
first period.Hialeah
'1 + 1) r Pro of all for your retvrft..ip.
has always operated the /

mid-January to early-March: date-, The best dates ;tt ttt
and the track's right to this perio 1

has been recognized because of its t are the Most Fun! ;p -
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IT'S
easy to get real enjoyment from your Christmas trip -
this year-go Greyhound, and go as early as you can! Take a

Prince TheatrePahokee look at the suggestions we've made, so you can plan for the ;)

best Holiday travel you've ever had-in comfort, on conven 4
ient schedules' and at fares that are still so low they're Vl.

Florida old-fashioned . do your Christmas Travel Shopping Early! EE AT THE STATION Er'4f


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of Santa's favorite characters-here at the Christmas store! Weekday and Sunday-best f

apparel in our famous tradition for quality and extensive selections. Warm, wonderful 1

classics-holiday dressups too, for all the lovable youngsters on your holiday shopping .

list Priced to pamper your gift-buying budget.Boys' .


: LONE STAR RANGER
Suits

Luggage CowboyBoots
They're never too young to love YourName

something to wear-and we've a FOR BOYS -
Samonsite Brand In matching sets. Is On HL S t
thousand and one gifted ideas for We have them in all sizes.: An ex-
your favorite small fry here! We have these handsome sets inWhite ceptional gift. Mother father sister, brothEverything -
err all have:: their names on
for in or out of doors. Dark Brown, light tan and
the jolly old ells gift liaz
Cream colors. The price will please here at Kahn's. So. be sars $
PANTS SPORT COATS Cowboy Pants
you, too. Come in today while our to stop by and pick up tV
desired items.
SPORT SHIRTS SWEATERS stock is complete and make your Lee Riders brand and built to give
long and Buy
selection I satisfactory wear.
DRESS SHIRTS them with the boots.

GIFT GOXES

We have gone to a great deal ; 3
BLANKETS of expense to provide for your
without charge handsome
'A Satin bound, part wool gift boxes and colorful wrap-
d and all wool, with eyeping paper for the gifts you
0 appeal. An Ideal Gift. select from our store. Buy a
gift here and well place it in
G d a.- o : ::: a handsome box and wrap it
in gar: Christmas; paper.
: -' Wash Cloth Sets

> Glamour gill or grandmother, every woman is a sweater girl In Attiactive Gift boxe eat
heart. So be her favorite Santa . say Merry Christina* Priced so that! you rr.ni
i with a sweater. We've a wonderful collection of sweaters for
rive several sets thisclassics
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every taste every occasion from her beloved everyday
to glitter charmers to wear with formal skirts '-ear.
( Definitely the Rift she'll thank you for warmly . cherish BED SPREADS
lone after Christmas U over. We have the Catalina brand.
An ideal gift for the! e
i She wants to complement her home and entire family.
lounging! clothes with: beautiful GIFT CERTIFICATES ShopEarly Priced to please? hte otI f

slippers.; There's real foot If you aren't sure of size or color on any article conservative ChristmasShopper.
I flattery in a shimmering you wish to give take advantage of our GIFT CER .
satin . in style . a
rayon TIFICATE. We make them in any amount you desire FAMOIX B.\TES BK\N1)
in grand fittinghave perfect to give. Then allow the recipient to come in later a
W just what and select his or her gift.
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DRESSES PURSES HOSE r'
',1 WILL ENJOY ANY

SUITS BLOUSES PANTIES ONE OF A NUMER OF

NEW WINTER COATS GIFTS FROM OUR

VAST DISPLAY

NEW SKIRTS J.-

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LINGERIE GOWNS SLIPS GRIFFON CURLEE aBED

JACKETS HOUSE COATS
GABERDINE AND ALL WOOL PANTS
HANDSOMELY STYLED SUITS
He will sincerely appreciate a gift from this department. We have a large

ii BEAUTIFUL NEW COATS stock to select from and you are sure to find the color he like $

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TOWEL SETS COLORED SHEETS

9 You"!! K- amazed l at this Here i is the very latest in
wonderful! ,- in a Chrtro101": sheets and pillow
Kahn'sDEPARTMENT Kahn'sDEPARTMENT Pt
-- ma srift for the family.Here cages to match. IVquotfamous
i-s i ."omt'thingthat will brand.'e have;
Y cheer the heart of the re- them in pa-tel) color The
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I can say goodbye to your troubles if you bring your shopping list to Kahn's in Paho-

i kee. Here you will find the world's outstanding brands of merchandise. Nationally advertised -

iI merchandise fills our shelves. Today is the proper time to come in while the stocks "

are full and complete. Doh't wait 'til the stocks have been depleted by early Christmas A

if shoppers. Come today. I



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g We need say nothing more than to tell you that one of Our infants' department is far and above what
:outstanding shoes is none other than FLOISHEUI.ou! will find in most stores.We feel that the youngster ; Ii
This great shoe is known throughout the entire country is due all consideration that is possible to give, therefore ;;
and our sizes are in a vast range. You'll find exact-
have large stock of those which will
we a things
ly the size and color you desire to make him happy at i
Christmas time. make his or her life more comfortable. Coats, dresses,
fancy panties, blankets and a dozen and one things always -
Of course, we also I stock the famous Jarman and Jockey Shorts
I needed by the youngster. It without sayingthat j
goes
Friendly Shoes-priced to meet the most exactly shop :
per. You'llUke these hondsome shoes at the price we the price is in keeping with Kahns usually nominal by A,
are offering them for during this shopping season. offerings. i


Ilf! Phoenix Sox for Boys & Girls Handsome Robes ManhattanAnd Cooper a I




g Children Robes For Men & Women
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What could make him or her happier than one of f
Rate he-man's whistle :
a '' your
: thee beautifu1 robes on Christmas= morning7 We'll
of approvalyoung, his That s
btl tke) particular pains to see that a gift from this department A
solid", by selecting I a gift fromKahn's ;.
is gajly wrapped in handsome Christmas .
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the store that has
oil';:
so that it will the happy holiday I
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paper{ carry memIf'
9 i I what the fY' set likes. It "
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,.. / :f: the sports jacket, hk.e Dad's, especially want you to look at the offerings In.thi::
;.1r;; ; : section of our store. We know full well that you'll be
tIll .,, ; {, plain in front and plaid in back: with what find. t
il I fix . the vivid, checked flannel': you -
%;:,;; 't lit shirt- . or built-for-action "
ij ., # sweater, :coat style. Remember Sport Coats & Jackets for Young Men
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Our Crystal Ball Coats

. Reflects his fondest gift-wish. Wishing days:: are FANCY PASTIES SEALS
here for your man. Maybe he isn't saying anything f'f
PRETTY SWEATERSBEAUTIFUL
about it. . but he's bound to anticipate a handsome i
iI tie or shirt from: America's foremost manufacturer SLIPSGIRLS' Ii
TIES-Wembley, Arrow, Manhattan. Ii
il SHIRTS-Airow, Manhattan, Jason, MacGregor. DRESSES Bed Room Shoes ;

Hearth-broken slippers made for him just a* h.
;:$ Fine like them.llaroundtheyear wear plus extra ",
PajamasBy
!_c SatisfactionThousands lomfort and fit in the spring heel makes a perfect
hoi id}iy jrift.Women's. j,
:\ Jason and Van Heusen. This Christmas -
give him pajamas that have been designed so of people have found .!
they really fit . that wear because the material it a pleasure to shop at Kahn's. Itait
was specially chosen for durability.Stetson Especially at Christmastime Bed Room
they feel that they have a wider Slippers. **
selection of merchandise than::
.. Hats they find in most stores. Ka n's The ever popular ballerina type: -at nominal i
is proud of the fact that nation prices for thrifty ghing.Women's .
AND HATS BY CHESTERFIELD ally-known. manufacturers make
the merchandise to be found on i
!f Two of the World's greatest manufacturers offer the shelves in this popular shop-
you the greatest value in hats. ping center. No effort has been
.... spared to bring to P:hokee the Shoes
very finest that the American
if SOX RY COOPER. PHOENIX markets ?fford-and for jour Our :stock is complete with Connie Shoe Creationsapproval
and selection and the famous 1 Ked: Cross Brand
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Stabilization Plan CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST .! BPW Club Hears Girl Scouts Hold Marcia Jean Guthrie

For Citrus Sought "GOD THE PRESERVER OFMAN" 'Who's Who'.Program Regular MeetingCanal 1-Has Birthday PartyMarcia

is the subject of the Les-

ORLANDO Responding to a son-Sermon which will be read in Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose pre. Point Girl Scouts held Jean Guthrie celebratedher

plea from Commissioner Nathan Churches of Christ Scientist sented a program on "'Who'sh..) their fourth meeting Friday, Dec. eleventh birthday anniversaryat

Mayo that canners try to work outa throughout the world on Sunday. in the Woman's World" at a meet- 3, in the American Legion HaIL a dinner party at the home of

price stabilization plan to aid; December 12. ing of the Everglades Businessand They stood in their horse shoe for- her grandparents Mr. and :Mrs. I.

growers resulted in the appoint- The Golden Text is: "I the Lori Professional Woman's Club at mation and gave the pledge of allegiance S. Guthrie on Bacom Point Road

ment of a special committee to thy God will hold thy right hand the home of Mrs. Lorraine Vann n to the Flag. The group Saturday evening.

see what might be done. saying unto thee Fear not; I wll Canal Point Tuesday evening. was divided into two patrols. Dues Other guests were :Marcia's father -

Pointing out that canned citrus help thee" (Isaiah 41-13)). Mrs. T. W. Knight and Mrs were paid and the roll call held. I and stepmother Mr. and Mrs.

juice is selling today at the same Among the citations which comprise Ralph Grimes sang several duets, Trail signs were studied and a Norwood Guthrie of Miami. :Mr.

price as sparkling water Mayo the Lesson-Sermon is the following accompanied at the piano by Mrs. marshmallowroast for the next and Mrs. Leon Guthrie and children -

urged that a price of $1.25 pe- from the Bible: "How excellent Dorothy Graham. A vocal trio, meeting was discussed. Carol Jo and Eva Gail, and

box on oranges and 85c per box is thy loving kindness, 0 composed of Mrs. Fay Abling Mrs. -Billie Nell Stokes, Phoebe Ann Ramey.
on grapefruit, delivered to the God! therefore the children of men Amy Whidden and Mrs. Vann sans Troop Scribe. .
put their trust under the shadowof carols. :Mrs. Abling also sang a. .
canner be established. Mrs. G. L. Sims wil return to
Asked to name the five men on thy wings. . 0 continue thy vocal solo. "Indian Love Call" Florida AAA motor clubs paid! her home in Canal Point duringthe
loving kindness unto them that and Mrs. Vann a solo, "Holy
the committee were: Nathan Mayo strong tribute to GovernorelectFuller weekend after spending sev-
Governor Caldwell..Governor-elect: know thee; and thy righteousness Night" The group singing of Warren for his oft'-rtfpeate eral days in Richland. Ga.. where

Warren L..I. Reckef. Auburndale, to the upright in heart" (Psalms Christmas carols was led by Mrs. pledge that this state must at the she was called on account of the

president of the, Florida Canners 36:7 10). Abling.It earliest possible time ban livestOCK illness of her mother, Mrs. Alston
The Lesson-Sermon also includes was announced that the club from its I who is somewhat
Association and J, Adams Brunof public highways. I improved.
the following pasage from the will hold its annual Christmas
Tampa vice president of the I
Christian Science textbook, "Sci- at Lodge Friday
Canners League of FloridaMayo party Cypress -- - -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -
ence and Health with Key to the evening Dec. 17 with Mrs. Hazel
named E. C. Lindsey
Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: Chastain, .Mrs. Violet Hall and
Lakeland, ,president of the Lake-
"The divine Mind that made man Mrs. Doris Sasser to act as
land Highlands Canning Co.; Warre'n maintains His own image and like I hostesses. Best Buy of all Time-
_ appointed Murl Pace, general
ness. . All that really exists is I Following the meeting Mrs.
manager of the United Growers
the divine Mind and its idea, and I Vann was assisted with the serv-
and Shippers Association: Cald-
in this Mind the entire being Ls ing of refreshments by :Mrs. Doris
well named Tom Swann, of Winter
found harmonious and eternal. Carter, co-hostess.
Havne. president of the Florence
The straight and narrow is to
way
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Citrus Growers Association. Recker -
see and acknowledge this fact
appointed D. A. Hunt of Lake
yield to this and follow the
power From Home
Wales Strayed
president of the Florida
leadings of truth" (151 :23-24,26).
Citrus Canners Cooperative. Bruce :
Child Found At Home
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chose Logan Bloodworth Cherok3C e.
Products Co. Ft. Pierce. Only Watch
RATES REDUCED I TAMPA-Deputy Glenn Turner.
head of HillsNjrough Co. Shenft with

ORLA1\"DO-Prt'sident Joe Dyer Culbreath's Missing: Persons B-i- CfE1 the MiracleDuraPower'! :

Perry Hall Named of Florida Airways has announced reau, became convinced recentlythat $29.75f.d
I
that tre Company filed with tie the first and best place to '
Worshipful MasterPerry aro.
Civil Aeronautics Board for effectiveness locate a purported strayed-awav- +-aaaaai )

on December 1, 1948. anew from-home child is right in the tr
E. Hall was elected worshipful -
tariff to provide for a 10 percent home. 1\\ Gin 5 r i n
master of Everglade} called th- p g
reduction on return portion Parents anxiously :
Lodge 211 F&AM. at a meeting cf a round trip ticket whpn theicket Sheriffs!: Office and stated tha .,,,,-, .."'.
in the Masonic Temple :Monday !
: is purchased in advance.A their three-year-oM bov wa miss-, ttlpin [X luxe. I' newels' :
night. Other new officers elected similar tariff revision has ing. One of the deputies was I': j. r vn.r' 1 A 10.. natural pj':; : tilled %a'e.I .
for the coming year were F. G. also been filed to become effectiveon : patched and upon arrival went I Gold tilled bracelet *559
Gillis, warden D. \\",
senior ; Cun-
December 15. 1943 on circular over the ('aseth th' ;'rievr I I
ningham, junior warden; V. C. trip tickets to be used in connec- parents.On ) *. Lord Flgm 21 ,jewels! I t K
Denton, treasurer, and S. J. Bag- natural gold filled
I B CJ.cllexiMe
somewhat of :
:
ion: with other airlines. In the a premonition I j 4 8
gett, secretary. A. R. ;} lugs
,
Harrington first instance, the round trip reduction the der'tastiNt permission t) 37160t

retiring worshipful master, pre would be good over all the look in the boy's bedroom. Ther, I
sided.A :
routes of Florida Airways, whereas under the bed. sleeping with hi,
degree* team from Harmonii in the second instance the dog lay the boy.: t Parrish JewelryI
Lodge, West Palm Beach, conferred :
journey may commence on Florida The dog was the only one who /IF
the degree of entered apprentice Airways and take a different routeIn objected, and quite vociferously, A v

on C. Wethenngton, Jr. returning to the point of origi- to the deputv crawling under thbed I '} J/ -

Following the meeting refresh- nation of the trip. and retrieving the "lost" child I $
ments were served by F. G. Gillis

who was honored and somewhat

overwhelmed during the social

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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
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Marine Corps Band Lois Echols Is On Florida TeachersAre She is the former Elizabeth Colso.i --. -' --'.-. .

At Orange Bowl Fete Emory CouncilMiss Highest Paid of State Leesburg beauty winner contests of a which numberof include -

In Entire South the title of Miss Florida and
MIAMI-For the first time in Lois Echols, daughter of
Miss Florida
Orange Festival.
the history of the Orange Bowl Mr. and Mrs. Grady T. Echols.
:Miss Gardner
has
served Hend-
Festival, a service band will be Canal Point was elected to the TALLAHASSEEFlorida
the center of the pageantry of this Freshman Student Council in elections school teachers are now the high- ricks efficiently for a decade and k a A
is a native of Jacksonville. L V f ,
est k ; = {
in
annual Florida fete. held last week at Emory paid the South.

The Parris Island (S. C.) Marina( University.Miss According to a survey conduct.d .

Corps Band, augmented by the Echols, a student in nurse by the Missouri State Teachers Association -

Parris Island Drum and Bug! ing, is a member of a record Fresh- Florida's average teacier Rheta Abowd Has ,

Corps and aggregating over 80 man class at Emory. The electionof pay of $2.682 for last year leads A Birthday PartyMrs.

pieces, has accepted an invitationby the Canal Point student, and of the states in the South and ranks

the Orange"Bowl Committee to Miss Joan Swick of Gulfport. 18th in hte nation. George Abowd entertained

lead the King Orange Jamboree marks a break with Emory tradition The $2,682 of Florida compares at the Woman's Club building Sat-

parade on New Year's Eve, and tu in the election of the first with Alabama $1,909; Georgia, urday night with a dance party

participate in the pre-game and two women to the Freshman stu- I$1.800; Arkansas $1.550! ; l'n- honoring her daughter Rheta. on

helf-time pageantry on New Year's dent council. I tucky, $1,750; Louisiana $2.22: i:ter fifteenth birthday ann \'ersarv.

Day. Mississippi! $1,350; North Carolina The hostess was -assisted with-

Led by veteran Marine Howard $2,167; Oklahoma, $2.20: the entertaining by her daughter

B. Parrett, the band will be followed Sample Gift Boxes Tennessee $1.764; Texas $2,625: Miss Betty Abowd also the Misses

in the parade by a Marine Corp Virginia, $2,050; and West Vir- Mary and Martha HalL Refreshments -

color guard, composed of Florida To Brokerage Firms ginia. $2,357. No salary is listen were served to approximately -

Leathernecks, and a float depicting for South Carolina. 90 guests. -
the colorful of the ORLANDO Members of the i
history Leading the states in the Missouri .
Devil Dog.It Florida Express Fruit Shippers survey is New York with an . 39

is estimated that between I Association are sending sampl i average teacher pay of 3500. followed I' Poultrymen in Florida will havean slid

300.000 and 400,000 spectators will gift boxes of oranges complimentary by California with $3,321. opportunity ton substantialcash Tod lid.

see the New Year's Eve parad. to various brokerage firms and ... awards while working toward

and that close to 60.000 persona investment houses who are members HERLONG AIDESLEESBURG improvement of their own flocks
will witness the game and its of the New York Stock Exchange in competing in the new three bit.
James
pageantry the following day. The and the larger banks In Golden. law student and Ramsey Miss lion dollar poultry industry Chicken Parrish Jewelry

Marine Band will be the core New York and several other East- Marion Gardner, formerly on the of Tomorrow Contest, sponsoredby

around which 21 high school band ern cities, it was learned today. staff of Joe Hendrtcks, were named the A & P Food Stores.
with 1800 musicians wil' furnish Mr. C. E. Myers, of Miami, president this week PAHOKEE -
as staff members in the .
the music for the event.TwoYearOId of the Association who made office of
newly elected Congressman Heavy early season fo-
the announcement stated that the requests
A. S. Herlong of the Fifth reservations on trains to Florida
project: is a gesture to acquaintthe
Joins District. Golden has been associated I and other Southern
resorts indicate
Mr.
and Mrs.
brokerage' houses and their employees I A. L. Yertommen
.. Commerce Body !' with really fine Florida ; with Walter Warren. Leesburg a large volume of winter recreational had as recent guests his brother
attorney for the past year and : travel
i fruit. I according to C. E. and sister-in-law Mr. and :Mrs.
goes Washington as administrative Bell,
JESUP, Ga.-This enterprising The gift boxes! are scheduled to assistant general passenger traffic Ed. Vertommen, former Pahokee
to Herlong. manager of the Seaboard Air Line
Georgia community claims the dis- arrive all on the same day in order Mrs. Golden will accompany him Railroad. residents now living in Detroit,
tinction of having the youngest that the financial district may bereallv I Mich.

Chamber of Commerce member of "Florida Express Fruit Con -- ---- ---
any town in the United States in scious." I -

the person of two-year-old Billy Over 200 Association member1

Harvey. located in various citrus areas c*

Evidence of what a live chamberof Florida are cooperating in the advertising CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

commerce can do for a com- project and we "hope."

munity is shown in the accomplishments said L. V. Conrath. secretary-

of this recently organized treasurer of the Association "that

body, which is receiving the this program will encouraee the $59.50

support of young and old alike and giving of boxes of Florida fruits

now boasts over 200 members. Christmas presents to employees.

Through its effort it has secured No.2210.(on Sana's shoulder
a State Farmers :Market patterned Gbsffg"a 4" ), Combines V-matched

after those so successfully Farm Bureau Backs *+ New Guinea Wood; with

operated in Florida, set up i Lt NE Zebn Wood and American
New Citrus Mutual
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smooth working housing bureau, a + ; Q91nut.HasZ.ane'spatentcd

sponsored a corn growing contest 4+ automatic tray.Ojilf .
with liberal cash awards for grover /- LAKELAND-Calling on citrus: t k ." Little Dew*

contestants, set up a Merchants growers to get behind Florida HOPE CHEST 1

Council to pass on advertising Citrus Mutual and put it in operation -

schemes and solicitations and pr>- as quickly as possible to prevent -

moted a modern white way for the another diastrous season, the
of Florida Farm Bureau Federation
city Jesup.Howes I
threw its full weight behind the

current membership drive in an effort Tte
Names His to insure the start of actual

Sunday SubjectsThe operations by the first of the ;year.
The Farm Bureau Federation, L

which has a large unit made up
!sermon' subjects announcedby
lof citrus growers, at its annual ., .... .
Rev. C. T. Howes pastor': rf "r, '"
convention at Gainesville. la.t
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First': Methodist church for next @w CAtnrmoh
week urged all growers to com- .1-, ;:
Sunday are as follows: Sunday "
pdete immediately the organization / : ,
Scorning "The Book of Lift Special -
of the Florida Citrus :Mutual. :,
music will he rendered by the
The Florida Farm Bureau thinks
senior choir of the church under
nil the principal industry organizations r
direction of Glenn Abling. Tneevening
ought to meet and try t)
hour of worship': sermon
pet to -ether on something" to he.n
subject will he another of the bib'e' I
I the citrus industry. :Merton L. .f Jove-gt!
questions': discussed': by the pastor:
I Corey, organizing counsel for Mutual -
"Are You Satisfif'pE'chl':
I says he would welcome such
music my the> Youth choir under .
h
a meeting and hopes it can ? a -
direction of R. O. Lampi. I ranged.

The subject announced for the I th'dual -
James :Morton, who hold
of the Men's Bible Class is '
study a Faru
role of chairman of the i
continuation of the history of t.ie: Bureau's state citrus committeeand I Choose from our complete collection

Israelites. This weeks lesson deal organizing: director of Mutua1. BUY TODAYI Y of gorgeous Lane Cedar Chests. All

with the hook of Joshua. The clasj revealed here Saturday that the TAKE YOUR ha\c Lane's cxclusi, desirable quality !

was glad to welcome new face Farm Bureau unanimously endorsed features.
rIM E TO PAT Escry Lane Chest backed
Ian Sunday. All men notaffiliatodwith Mutual at its convention.The .
by moth i insurance '
policy shenproper
any other Bible Class: will Iv? resolution calls on U. S.

cordially welcomed and will find i Senators* Pepper and ''(\lh'd. Governor application is made. lIurr-. Buy now

place of study and appreciation associating Caldwell and Governor-elect on easy terms.

with this fine group of Warren to summon the various industry -

men. organizations to a conference -
--S. "for the purpose of reconciling

Rep and Mrs. B. Elliott attended the dlfff'rf'nC'f'9th in the Industry -

the caucus of state representatives so that we may put unanimous a

in Miami Beach last weeK-: support behind Florida Citrus
end. Mutual. t 1l,1L

On Mr.f.ia' the resolution states'

NOTICE \Ve.. the members of the Florid

Public Farm Bureau Federation in convention -
Notice Is hereby Ji:1that
the undersigned intends to assembled' urge; Florida:

registerMth the Clerk of the Circuit citrus growers to complete immediately L.1\f.
the organization! of thFlorlde -
Court of Palm Beach County.
J..rid.pursuant to Section "otnis Mutual, throupc No. 2231.Mattrfalldrvffn,: of rich: .'oc.J\.tth No. 22f Popiuar Mahogany style l "itl

SA509. Florida statutes 1941. the! which! under the Capper-Vottes Line's patented louaJ-ioratrtJ tray )!9.9S. Lanes patented luuoJ-torotrtJ ujr.
Act they may legally use practical -
fictitious to-wit
naire. ;
measures to solve the problemsof Collies
rnder lies ri lrt OompanyUnder the tndustryyHomer Furniture store
which I am engaceJ in
business in Paisoke. Florida I ..

L. C. SXYDERPahokee. I I J. Clause will return th.. DEALER OF ISADCOCK FURNITURE

Fla. weekend from a trip to the OcaJ s

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sage Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday December 10. 1943
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Legion To Assist In Rules Are Given Future Farmers

Delivering: Baskets For The HighwaysMIAMI Plan New ProgramThe
I Bring us jour TIRE TROUBLES-

Members of Fred and A possible 250.000 I
Percy Pahokee
Future
Chapter,
Mansfield Post 90 at a meeting in American homes may be saddenedthis Farmers of America, voted at its I Tires are our business, any size, any
the woman's clubhouse Monday year by highway death or injury -
Mon-
in motor vehicle accidents regular bi-monthly meeting I type to fit particular need.PAUL'S
night voted to assist the Lion day evening to participate in the your .
Club in the distribution of Christ- during thia two. week December U. S. Armed Forces assistance
Ii
period than any other similar i
baskets to families
mas needy :n program to German Youth.
period during the entire year, R. J.
.
the community.Plans Finley, manager of the South Florida This movement, as explained to ;1 SERVICE STATION
made for drive
were a to the FFA boys by R. L. Brooks, ;
Motor Club affiliate of f
an the
Increase attendance at regular American Automobile Association, chapter advisor is a U. S. Army : it il CANAL POINT, FLORIDA .
meetings. Perry Duke will be in of
sponsored exchange letters between -
said I iJ
charge of the drive. Paul Tillery today. I
people's
young organiza- I
Great
care must be exercised
reported the benefit football game tions in America and German
during this dangerous
holiday
period
between colored teams from Bell!
of similar
youth groups age, sex
all walk
who
by persons or
Glade and Cocoa sponsored en and purpose. It is the opinion o! Headland, Ala., have arrived in E. B. Woods, in Fort Pierce Sun
drive, Finley declared, citing the I
Lair Field recently by Post 90, a American military personnel now Pahokee for a visit with their day.
fact that 3,100 persons were killedin
financial success. stationed in occupied Germany brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington
the nation by traffic accidents
The crowd mostly students at that the ideals upon which the Mrs. J. P. Herring and their broth entertained recently at their home
December 1947. More than
during ,
35c. pushed the total for admit- United States is based can be er-in-law and sister, ),11'. and Mrs. in Canal Point with a chicken
tance to $516.00. Cocoa was paid 100,000 persons were injured dur- to German Axel Jensen.Mr. .
the same month of last spread youth by this pileau dinner honoring membersof
$80 and after expenses, including ling Christmas theme of year."good exchange of letters. and Mrs. Sam Ray have returned Evergldaes Lodge 211. F&AM

Uncle Sam's 20 percent, the remainder I The Pahokee FFA Chapter also to Macon Ga., after a visit and their ,,;\'es.Ir.. Harringtonhas
will toward others" should be
applied -
was split between fie II along with common driving voted to set up eligibility require- here with his sister ),11'5.V.. H. served as worshipful master o*

Legion and the Belle Glade team. courtesy the motor club official ments for members who may wishto Key. Mrs. Key accompanied themas Lodge 211 for the past year.

each receiving around 15000. advised. He suggested the follow- go on a summer tour to b: far as Gainesville where she I Members of the Pahokee BIle

. ing sound traffic rules: financed in whole or in part with was the guest of her brotherinlaw Devil football squad, IMS Gladys:

Mrs. Lucy Geiger accompanied Christmas Rules For Drivers: funds from the chapter treasury and sister Air. and Mrs. Edgar champions, were entertained at an

by her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. 1. Give full attention to your .ea.J Miller. outdoor party and barbecue at St.

: and Mrs. Fred Masser and driving-don't window-shop from Mr. and Mrs G. C. Connell had Lucie Canal on Thursday night of:
their daughter. Marsha has returned as guests the past week their son- this week.
your car.
to her home in Detroit. in-law and daughter.. and Mrs
2. Give pedestrians the nght-of- Mr. and Mrs J. V. Smith. Jan
Mich.. after a visit with their son way at intersections or when tum- I Bill Zipper and daughter, Linda of and Vernon of Haines City wear
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr.. Lake Wales.
ing. guests Sunday of M***, Smith'ssi'ter.
V. L. Geiger. in Pahokee.F. 3. Drive at reduced speeds in Miss Gretna MeClain of Kev Mis A. R. Harrington and
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business and residential sections. Neal McWilliams and Mr. Van- West was the recent guest of Rev family.

J. Herman of Tampa was 1 4. If you drive don't drink; and Glenson of Farmersville, Ill., are and Mrs C. T. Howes in Pahokee: j I Miss Mary Eleanor Jermgan of

guest here Friday of Mr. and Mrs. if you drink, don't drive. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.R. ::. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers anaI'Clewiston spent the past week end

R. B. Raulerson. Christmas Rule For Pedestrian-: J. Simonson. children were guests of his broth- I'' as the guest of Mr. and Mrs A. P-

1. Cross only at street corners. Mrs Joseph L. Hatton. Jr., an 1 er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs II I Harrington.

2. Obey all traffic signals. infant son. Joseph L., III, have I

3. Cross streets quickly but returned to their home in Pahokc
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alertly. from StMary's Hospital, West .. t9iJ1I7-r91-1.lI91I,71+?!--!-;- -i--isJlrJ3'R1tirJl7-CjV
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Ya cvatia Y. U + tii v.3 Ya ca V Ya-ca 'a Ui
4. Wear something white at Palm Beach. ,0;

night, to.help drivers see you. Mrs Robert Bacon is a guest 3r

. this week of Mrs. Becky Staring IL: / Cl-
and Mrs. Bertha L. Starling. 8
4.H Club Girls Plan
Mrs. Mary :\lcKni ht. Dothan. A

Picnic And Work DayThe Ala., and Miss Jeannie Herring. -ial

Pahokee Senior 4-H Club HI
girls met Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Mildred Michaud demonstrated

how to make Christmas

decorations. Members of the club OIt ON THE GIFT PROBLEM d If
decided to plan a picnic and work _
wear.liaidwaN,171..b. day. The secretary will notify all __

... of the the picnic members will be when held.and where DON'T WAIT! i

..war wsA bond. ATMINIMUM
Jeannie Platt, Reporter.
. i Take our advice this year and make your Christmas purchases -

Nominations for Hialeah's five COST b' early while there is a wide selection Many items JfJT

major stakes must be postmark.J h.f cannot be replaced once they are gone so, come in now 55r

by midnight. Dec. 15, states Rac- :F and make jour selections. You may be sorry if you wait

Parrish Jewelry ing Secretary Charles J. lcLenan. !!- until tomorrow. jcjS
The stakes are the $50000 tli

Flamingo, $50,000 Widener 25. V
PAHOKEE 000 McLennan. S200CO Black 'Again; Chandler's is the spot where you can find the many Ii

Helen and $10,000 Juvenile. * things you want. Below we ate listing only a few of the

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