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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 17, 1948
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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAY

December 17 1948
PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING


THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Finish Addition To ALLEY CITIZENSCitizens THANKS Fat Cattle Show Is County Officials In Attendance

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Waterworks InTownOfPahokee Point of Pahokee and Canal Being Planned For At Pahokee Rotary Club Thursday


Friends of Athletics Glades In -
The football team sod AprilOfficials Members of the county commission I tendance were: Vice Chairman
coaches and heads of various departments {Lake
Lytal. West Palm Beach and
The newly completed $200,000 take this opportunity" to ;
express
in were I
countjjjgenunent
addition to the Pahokee water- oar fondest thanks for your sup- of 11 South Florida (Commissioner-elect Kenneth Foster -
featured at-f7ldsPahokec
works was cut into the main i port this year, and for the contribution counties are being invited to a erg gt of District one. County Att'tQsney -
system Saturday increasing the which enabled us to dedication of the new agricultural Rotary y Commisuio Harry Johnston and his
capacity of the plant from 300 gal have a bus for our'trip to MIamI. exhibits building, now approaching in char&* othe assistant Henry Lilienthal were
lons of water a minute to 700 gal Gestures of this sort will help completion at the state's experiment pro unty buaiiess'Rb ty present as was Commission Secretary -
imp dents, the Bacom P tAi
to keep athletics in Pabokee station at Belle Glade. Dateof R. B. Mckee.
lons.New newi Bacom t
equipment included in the High School keen and clean. the dedication has not been de- and County Engineer J. M. Boyd told
addition consists of two large filter Sincerely yours cided. Road among the matters members of the club about the new
cause b the officials.
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beds, a modern settling tan I Clyde Alley Coach. It was announced at Monday's Bacom Point road survey of which
Co yCommissionenti' in at-
service pump, recarbonation units county commission that the building is now under way. Mr. Boyd
three sludge beds a 100.000-gal- will serve farm exhibit needs i among other things also spoke
lon high lift tank located in the Pageant FeatureAt of Dade. Broward. Palm Beach. Last 0'a briefly on advantages of the new
Pelican Lake area and a 20,009- Lee Hendry. Glades. :Martin. Okee- y Bacom Point airport on which the
foot extension of water mains com- Pahokee PTAA hobee, Highlands .St. Lucie and Civil Aeronautics Administrationgave
plete with fire hydrants. Indian River counties. For Local SoldierFuneral the "go ahead" signal on
Additions to the old plant buildIng Plans for a fat cattle show there Tuesday of this week.
includes a 30 by- 40-foot room Christmas pageant was pre- April 15 were revealed by H. L. I County Aviation Director L B.
for the new filter beds, a 16 by sented by children of the Elementary Speer, an assistant Palm Beach I services will be hed Hickam spoke interestingly of the
24-foot room for use as a chemical School on the program at the county farm agent. All cattlemen's Sunday afternoon for William: development of Palm Beach Inter-
feeder room and storage space anda December meeting of the Pahokee associations of the 11 counties Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. national Airport. Ed Seabrook
new laboratory and office. Parent-Teacher Association in the have been invited to put entries Baker of Canal Point, who died *n head of the county's mosquito con-
The work on the waterworks expansion high school auditorium Mondry: in the show. active service during the war. The trol district, used his allotted time
program was started last evening. A musical accompaniment There will be a special section body will arrive in Clewiston on in bringing the crowd up to date
spring by the Ivy Smith Construction for the pageant was furnished bv for registered Angu -Brahml. Saturday where Berry Funeral on control of the pesky things. He
Company, general contractors. the Youth Choir of the First Methodist Herford and Shorthorn cattle with Home in Pahokee will take chargeof I pointed out the scientific mannerin
The water main extension was Church under the direction special emph'asis on beef grown on it. which mosquitoes have been
handled by the John Reinston Construction of Robert O. Lam pi. The committee I Graveside services under direction brought under control in the
Company of Miami. Present in charge of program arrangements -lasses of the Canal Point American county.
at the cutin Saturday veers Dr. included )(n. Parr+eil plements.. .- Legion Post- will be -held at Port County Agent M, U. Mounts
A. P. Black, of Gainesville, vfc Enecks Mrs. W .M. DuBose and Four H club boys will be eligibly Mayaca at 3 p. m. Sunday.: Officials and his two assistants, H. L. Speer
president of the American Waterworks Mrs. W. E. Pope. to show beef and dairy calves. of the Post said yesterday of Belle Glade and J. H. Causey of
Association M. Moya of At the brief business sessioi The new state building also will thaat the funeral will be'a complete West Palm Beach represented tat
. Jacksonville manager for the Ivy with Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, be used for all kinds of farm ex military one sans firing squaJ. agricultural end of county work.
Smith Company and a representative president, presiding Frank Roaell-s : hibits. Services will be conducted throughout 1 i I Kr. Speer spoke briefly on the
from Smith and Gillespie, announced plans for reorganizingthe Formation of six boys' 4-H club, by the Legion with Rev. Elmo prospects of the fat cattle- show in
waterworks engineers of Jacksonville Pahokee Motor Corps to provide in Palm Beach county was reported Scoggin of Canal Point reading the the Lake Region. Miss Sara Horton -
who drew the plans for ex- transportation for pupils 0: by John H. Causey, another scripture and offering a prayer. and her asistant. Mrs. Mildred
pansion and supervised the con local schools to the free dental assistant county farm agent. Th- . Michaud. represented the bom

struction. and crippled children's clinics in new clubs, with 97 members art Paul Sasser Is New .demonstration department of the
The new addition enables the p"- West Palm Beach. The constitution in Lake Harbor South Bay. Loxa- county. Miss Horton told membei
hokee waterworks plant to furnish and bylaws committee, compose hatchee. Greenacres. Jupiter and Member Of Lions nf the dub of advantages of canning -
efficient service to all sections of Ned Kocher Mrs. J. R. Yor.i the Military Trail district. plants as operated by th-'
of the city, provide higher water and Mrs. L. J. Fraser submitted . Paul Sasser. Glades Oil Company county.Dr. .
pressure and easily meet the heavy its resignation at the meeting.It I distributor, was received. as a new W. E. Van Landingham.
seasonal demands of packinghouses was announced that 426 fre-s Funeral ServicesFor member of the Pahokee Lions Club county physician and directinghead
according to R. J. Scbroer .!- lunches were served to underprivileged at the Tuesday luncheon meeting, of the county welfare department -
waterworks superintendent. children at the school cafeteria with C. T. Howes attendance cited results from clinics
in October and 461 in No W. B. Flowers chairman, delivering the addressof held regularly in the Glades area.
Mrs. McDowell vember. Mrs Thomas Elliot*, I welcome. Other new members Mrs. Mildred Schoeppel. county
chairman of room mothers, announced I who recently joined the duo. including welfare worker in the Glades sec-
Dies In Pahokee that her committee i. Funeral services for William B. Ralph A. Fuller. James \\. tion. attended with Dr. Van Land
AmandSKcDowell.: I sponsoring a fund raising cam- Flowers. 17, of Pahokee were held Vann. Richard L. Brooks. C. A. ingham. Dr. Burton Austin director -
Mrs. 63. paign to purchase two record play- at the graveside at the cemeteryn Canipe and student member. JamciSims of the recently organized
pioneer resident of Pahokee. was ers for the school. The monthly attendance Madison. Fla.. Wednesday at 3 were introduced by FranK county health unit spoke in glowing -
found dead in her home on Bacom of the Madison
mwith members .
Rozellei
awards were won by Mrs. p. terms of the cooperation received -
Point Road Tuesday around 7 p. m. : Masonic Lodge in charge.Mr. Final for the
Tommie Lee DuBose's sixth grad plans sponsoring in the recent TB X-Ray survey -
after neighbors became alarmed and Flowers, a retired cabinetmaker I'arrival of Santa Claus
room at the elementary school a by plare in the county.Mr. .
when they did not see her through by the seventh grade at the Junior I and native of Madison MI Christmas Eve were made at. Lytal. who was general
the day and no lights were turnedon high school Mrs. Oleen Strayhornand came to Pahokee nine years ago the meeting. Named on trw committee : chairman of the recent X-Ray survey -
in the evening. Police ChiefAltman William Howard faculty spon- He died at his home Saturday in charge of arrangement; in the county spoke Interestingly -
E Morgan forced his way sors. evening and the body was shipp,J for the Santa Claus party were of this work. He talked abrnit
into the house and found the body to Madison on Sunday.He Lewis Friend J. H. BArwick Carl the four million dollar TB honpiU
lying on the bathroom floor. sn'had # Jack Major Student is survived by his wife. Collie Wet. Duncan Padgett. RL.. to bo built at Lsntana. He cite
evidently died of a heart attack Flowers of Pahokee; five sisters. Brooks Ralph A. Fuller! A. J. the fact that Palm Beach county
Tuesday morning soon after Member Of RotaryJack Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes Pahokee. Lively and Frank Rozelle. commissioners played a vast part
arising, according to the examin- Mrs. A. D. St. John. Lakeland.Mrs. President Manning I. Keen appointed In securing this Institution for th:r
ing physician. Major, a senior in Pahoke T. Lc>per. Mrs. Frank Martin R. L. Brooks to representthe section of the state. "We ar* Indeed -
)irs. McDowell. widow of the I'I high school was welcomed as the and Mrs. S. S. DeLoach. all of club in working out plans with fortunate to have it !mates
late Sidney McDowell was a'I student member of Rotary at last Madison and a niece Mrs W. K the Salvation Army for the distri- In Palm Bach county," he c >n-
native of Kentucky and spent most i i i I week's meeting of the club. He was Vann of Canal Point. bution of Christmas baskets to eluded.J. .
of her young womanhood in North j presented by Coach Clyde Alley Berry's Funeral Home was in needy families in the communityThe K. Baker road up rint nd.
Florida. She came to the Glade Rotarian Major will attend a'I charge of local arranpementsNIMF.I feasibility of also distributing fOnt in the Glades district of Palm
area In 1917, living first at MooreHaven meeting during the remainder of vegetables; to needy families at Beach county M I. Keen pr.*-
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and then in Okeclanta before the school year and each meeting Christmas time will be Investigatedfor dent of the PaVe Lions club:
coming to Pahokee.Mrs. day: will take a guest with him ) ("1I.\lR\1: tN the club by Gil GabalJ.n.MIRCBRERV Emmett Roberts. rut president of
Robert Collins of UmatilU.! from the high school. Mrs. Vleva Elliott has been reappointed - .S. Bells Glade Lion. and present
a niece, was notified immediatelyof . W' local chairman in chare- FOR deputy district r ernor of Uon
her passing. Other survivors CIRCLE MEETING of the annual "march of dime.- \\ON: \N-. CWBShrubbery International and Ralph >=>-.
clude nieces, nephews and (' 1:1.1 Mrs. Thomas Baldwin preser.I polio relief! fund raising: campim I I which taj sarmindthe man. president of the BellGlad '
ins. Funeral arrangements will a program on "Good Tidir.gs of which win be launched next; month f'r Service Men's Honor Ho 1 Rrtar1club were also invited f'r'r
announced by Berry's Funeral I Great Joy" at a meeting of t--.w Mrs Elliott attended a board o' has bn moved to UPah') u'* the !special f.flon.
Horn< tt..ct.ft:. at her home Tuesday unit for polio relief held at ti- artistically, reset undr the djre- with package of delectable Glades
Gladys Campbell of Clewitrn evening. Others taking part on t.f' First Nations Bank building in tion of member of the: club. The I vegetables firm the Mafkey Pro-
underwent a tcnilectomy at the: rroJiramel"(' Mrs H C Graharr Palm Beach on Tuesday for the Honor Roll was, removed from the
F/iergtades Memorial Hospital on Mrs. Horace Unwm and Mrs. \NM. :purpose of marpir.p plans for th'coeur. I I p4ot near the city hall several house-s-en
Wednesday. DuBose- '_ Palm Puh.Gsfa6islet .
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Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. December 17, 1943

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Phone Company Is Miss Betty Speer. laboratory Mrs. Cecil Rogers and daughterwill
technician student at Charity Hospital return this weekend to their

Serving the Lake Okeechobee, Farming Region Target For Carter'sIre New Orleans is expected to home in Arkansas after a visit
In arrive in Pahokee this weekendto with Mrs. Rogers' daughter. Mr.
Established 1924 Hearing
Published
Every Friday
spend the holidays with her pa> Calvin Peacock and family in Pa
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance JACKSONVILLE state official ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer. hokee.

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lest week criticized the -
L The Everglades News Is Entered at the Poet Office
Southern Bell Telephone and Mrs. Maxine Joyce will spend Howard Holman is recuperatingfrom
r' In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter
Telegraph Company for basing its the holidays with her son and an appendectomy performedat

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher rate increase request on rising daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the Everglades Memorial Hos-
costs of labor and materials. Th Talton Joyce in Vero Beach. pital Tuesday.
criticism came from Jerry W.
Brannon mission will their De-
Named employes get
Carter member of the State and --
cember checks Dec. 20 so they
Williams' Aide By pay Public Utilities Commission con
can use the for Christmas
money I
ducting the phone company's hear- :
County: CommissionThe shopping. ing into the request.
These appropriations were made James D. Porter of At1an :\, "Have You Brushed Out The Bats

county commission on Monday from publicity funds: Southern Bell's general toll traffic : In Your Belfry Today?" '
named attorney L. H. Bran- Toward helping W. E. Compton supervisor had just testified : ;

non of Delray Beach as assistant Camp 14. United Spanish War that: wage increases given traffic r I I
to Solicitor-Elect T. Harold Williams. Veterans erect a memorial O employes following the 1947 strike ''i If not Red Skelton Has Just i iL : :
Spanish War veterans on its pke:- :
amounted to 9 per cent. '
The commission accepted with chobee road plot in West Palm Carter said "It is very evident : What You Need In j

praise for their "fine senrica" Beach. $300. W. E. Kavanaugh that you people are inclined to
resignations of P. C. Reese, present chairman of the memorial committee blame your increased cost of ope-
assistant county solicitor and wrote that the memorial, rations'on organized labor. What II ; "The Fuller Brush Mao"AT i iI
Mrs. Ruby Rowe court reporterfor the only such in the state will cost you are trying to is to relegate ;

more than 20 years. $6.000 most of which the veterans labor into the category of the un- I 1 I Ii
Following annual custom com- have raised among themselves.For touchables and I do not think it :
!
-- the regatta Dec. 31, appro- is fair." i THE H Ha

priation of $300. Porter denied this saying the I

Classified AdsFOR To the for resources publicity. developmentboard $2.500 that were company's pleasant.relations John Boykin.with of labor At- : !a Prince Theatre 1 !

was budgeted some time ago. lanta one of the company's attorneys -

SALE: New and used Willys The commission appointed Mrs. then asked Porter if all I
Helen West Palm Beach : Sunday-Monday December 26-27 !
Potter.
Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage In employes regardless of union affiliation ,
Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllcto as assistant to Mrs. Nelle Smith did not get pay raises and I I I

county probation officer at salaryof Porter said they did. I : Free brushes to the ladies. . : !
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps $175 a month plus car allow- . .. ,
cleaned and repaired. Phone ance. Her appointment is effectiveJan. Mr.: and Mrs. G. Lawton Sims Ask About Them. !
8872. Bob Douthlt. Pahokee. M17c 1.Steps.
their
I will have as holiday guests
WELL DRILLING: See Bob: toward developing Lake daughters, the Misses Jane and j

Doutbit Pahokee Fla.. Phone Ira end surrounding lands west Louise Sims of Atlanta. __ __ _____ __h .
of Beach into county
3872. July 16cn Delray a
park were taken by the commission -

ROOM A BOARD day. week or at :Monday's meeting.It "' '''' '' 4 '''' ''
month. Mrs. Maude Boatwright, instructed County EngineerJake
located next to the Pahokee Methodist Boyd to make a survey of 0a
Church. St. N-12 grades and levels for building an

access road to the lake.
FOR SALE: 1948 New Buick
Delray Beach civic groups with AnnouncementFROM
Super-Station Wagon $2800.
Jack Moore lawyer as the!:
never been driven radio and ac: a
spokesman asked for the \vorrsaying .
cessories. Phone 502 Belle Glade.
southern Palm Beach county -
D-10-pd has no county park facilities.

ROOM FOR RENT: Extra LarJ Advertising for bids for building THE .
Private Entrance Private Bath approaches to the new Eighth [;
with Hot or Cold Shower. Rate is st. canal bridge at Delray Beach
Reasonable. Call B. T. Vorhees at was voted by the commissioners.An aa .
Phone 2281 or 4942. D17-pJ. air show will be staged at
I Palm Beach International airportJan. Farm
FOR SALE: Two oil stoves one 15 or 16, immediately after | Machinery
paint sprayer two toilet bowlj. the Miami air show it was an
J. K. Royton. 1 mile north of Can- nounced.
al Point. D32tp.A .- .


would RELIABLE like rough Colored dried woman clothes NAMES Rev. Howes TOPICS will use as th; 0 And Supply Co.:

for ironing. Can give reference. Christmas message next Sunday
Pauline London 70-72 Pahokee Morning the theme "If Every Day
Christmas." The Choir
Colored were Senior
Project. Itpd
under the direction of Glenn Ab-
FOR SALE: One new Pontiac-3 ling will sing the Special Christ- CANAL POINT
Streamliner 4 sedan. Black at mas Anthem "Come and Worship"by
Regular dealers pnce. Phone 127. Lorenz. This service will be
Belle Glade. D2-4tn broadcast over the facilities' of
Radio Station WSWN. o We Wish To Announce
FOR SALE: 50 ft. lots in Bailey'sSubdivision
The evening service will be a
No. 3, Just South of I
presentation of a Candle Light g
Effective Immediately
Joe Tom Boynton Home. 4 blocks
I Service of Christmas carols solos
from Post Office. For cash earn :
duets, quartets readings poem
$500. Phone 70. C. A. Bailey. Belle
and instrumental with and
organ
Glade. D17-4!oSRSOVS

piano. . 50c REDUCTION
OX. Restaurant beer % .
wine fully equipped stock living Mr. and Mrs. Aura King a.id I
quarters. On Lake Oke< I
33.5OO or make cash offer. Cal t be the holiday guests of the lat-

Harpley at Canal Point 640 or I ter's MJnin.la'Vand daughter Mr. 18 In General Repair Work
write Box 394. It? and Mrs. John E. Wilson.


-- -- i And All Machine Work


T..
r Frora ere sit .6jJoe Marsh, R



All Iron And Steel Prices


'= The Missus "Ducks" Out

_. I Reduced 15 PercentThese

.
Slim Hartman took his mte al Slim and the Tnissns: pet on 'o well
dark hunting the other day. And content to stay home nights together
after five hoars of sitting in a enjoying one another's reductions of prices are made possible by the large volume -

swamp. she'd had enough! Going company over a glass of leer and aparr.e
house Slim reminded her oodnatarf'CIly of chess.From of business our customers have Driven us duringthe past

of the time shed taVen
where I sit. we can't all
him to a woman *o,elit"s lecture, the year.
enjoy but
thine
same *-- 'f' ran I
and insisted that he sit it out. share thoe little ptea-ure that

So now the missus and Slim havean we do> enjoc-a ala"1 of beer a

undf r tandintr. No more duck game of chess! some mac on the
hunting for her-no more lecturesfor ra h-.sn. They derided cod to Jut it comes to the other i Our Stock Is Complete - All

PICK 'o'fc.tt.s .

because they fan acre t>> fJiLl'-'t GuaranteedPage
Work
f'f! :
disagree t1.1' that I think that I IC


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Friday. December 17. INS The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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Negro Woman Shot I Fuller Announces Will A. Nason Is New took Tallahassee the Florida. in October.bar examinationat He plansto

To Death Monday Christmas Service Member Of The Bar open a law office in West PalM

Beach the first of the
Unrequited leveled to the deathof announcement Will A. Nason. son of Mrs.Frank .: year.
According to by
one negro woman and to the ...
the Annual Friend of Pahokee was
the Rev. R. A. Fuller
severe stabbing of another in this
Mr. and Mrs. William VanZon- area Monday morning. Christmas Service at 10:50 with a notified Tuesday of his admittanceto Edwin Cowart. AD 2, US=""l and

neveld, Jr. of Pahokee announcethe Hen r y Malone 25-year-o'd Christmas worship center will D? the bar of Florida. his wife of Corpus Christi Texas

birth of a son at the Ever negro,entered the room of Blanche the Scene of Infant baptism and After graduating in May of this arrived here on Wednesday of last
glades Memorial Hospital on Dee. Swain at the Streamline on Muck year at the University of Missis- week with
christening. All parents are invitedto to spend the holidays
13. City Road around 10 a. m. Monday sippi, where he majored in law
H. E. Pickle of infants for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Christian
Mr. and Mrs. present
and shot her six times in the Mr.Nason attended summer school ,
Pahokee announce the birth of a chest with a .22 caliber rifle, killing Baptism. The morning sermon is at Stetson University Deland, to Williams and his parents. Mr. and
eon at the Everglades Memorial her instantly. Swain then fle-t entitled "That Eventful Hour study Florida law procedure and Mrs.. Reppard Cowart.
Hospital on Dec. 14. That Changed All History.
. .. and disappeared into a nearby cane
field. A group of officers, led by The evening service will le

Youth Choir Will' Constable Francis Cross, searchedthe highlighted by a "White Christ
cane brake with bloodhounds mas" presentation. All white I
Monday afternoon and night without wrapped gifts brought to the dedication -
Persent CantataThe success. Malone gave himselfup altar will be forwarded tour -> I Shrubs and TreesALL I I

Wednesday at 1 p. m.. and wa Children's home at Enterpriz'Monday. :
taken Thursday morning by Con- Money gifts should be in
Youth Choir of the First stable Cross to the county jail in envelopes with name and amount. VARIETIES AT RETAIL !
Methodist Church will present West Palm Beach. The MYF of the Belle Glade ,
their annual Christmas Cantata Earlier the same morning Bob. Methodist Church has been invitedto I
I
"The Music of Christmas" by In bie Lee Lenard encountered his present an effective Nativity Authorized Sales and Service I:

B. Wilson, on Friday., December estranged wife, Marie Lenard in a pageant as a part of the annual
17th, at 7:30 p. m. R. O. Lampi. bean field and assaulted her witha exercises at Canal Point Methodist j JACOBSEN POWER AND
Choir Director in charge of the pocket knife, cutting her face Church on Thursday evening. Toe Ii IiI
Service. Miss Yvonne Fraser Pianist and stabbing her several times m central figure a leper and hunchback I j i HAND LAWN MOWERS

is the accompanist playing for the body then started beating her is played by Harry Doggettof t
the cantata the prelude offertory with a bean hamper according to \ Geraldine Draa will be :
and postlude. Every one is cordially Constable Cross who investigatedthe the reader. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

invited to come and enjoy this case and placed Lenard in th? This presentation will be preceded : Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
program of music ushering in the city jail at Pahokee. The youn, by exercises of the Primary
I j 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach
Christmas season. negro woman was taken to the Department and will be followedby I (I.I I.
The program is as follows: Everglades Memorial Hospital for the timely arrival of Jolly Saint :
Prelude His Yvonne Fraser, treatment. Nicholas and usual festivities. I __JJ I
Pianist
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Hymn 0' Come All Ye Faithful.
No. 96

Prayer by pastor

Prolouge Choir .
No. 1. Holy Night Choir
No. 2. 0 Little Town of Bethle-

hem .. Two part Chorus and Cho'r Ti4'k
No. 3. Good Tidings Cho.r
Soprano Solo Louise HattonNo. .S
4. Glory be to God Two part
chorus and choir.
30iy "
OffertoryNo. e
5. The Magi Boys Unison
Chorus and Choir z
No. 6. Little Lord Jesus Choir
Alto Solo Anna Lee Hurt .. S GET
''P. a' Via"n
No. 7. The Living Lord Cho. INFORMATIONAND '

The Benediction .. Pastor

Postlude CHOIR PERSONNEL / TICKETS '

Sopranos: Myra Cruthird Joy n
Field Wanda Harper. Louise Hat. / / ) Well| in advance

ton Roberta Hatton. Rita Faye RighI Now t
Hurt Zella Jones Joan' Sheppart.
Carol Snyder Thelma Vann, and .' if PossibleGO
Eleanor Walker. -
Altos: Dorothy Fields Mary gj4
Ann Howes Anna Lee Hurt.
Baritones: Charles Elliott.
EARLYif
Charles McCurdy. Willard Mc- 1
Curdy George Rozelle Bobby
plans permit
Schroder, Murray Weeks.

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Fvwor people*rovli ft90 moro choice
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. James and wy of Mott.DICUNUK .

daughter of Panama City and Mr. E14RmA 21. 22. 23
MeeMr 00 MOW tnon ....,w..t.ndlOfCUHUI
Wilkinson and
and Mrs. Karis
children of Valdosta. Ga. will be i e 24. 2S 2*
IxR: tta obo>m.thni.Mliond. if.OtaMMR ,,__
the holiday guests of Mr. and '= I J
27-30
Mrs. James Wilkinson.. Sr. k r s
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easy to get real enjoyment from your Christmas trip "'.. =

this year-go Greyhound and go as early as you can! Take a 11' i
look at the suggestions we've made so you can plan for the ;) I

best Holiday travel you've ever had-in comfort on conven-

Dec. 19-20 ient schedules, and at fares that are still so low they're E E R l
old-fashioned . do your Christmas Travel Shopping Early AT THE STATION


"Fort Apache semi Sa j4 One IV4' 7aua


West Palm Beach $ .75 GfT: .
starring SUG
Orlando .. $' .30 to. Corn yoSTION
John Wayne Henry P 1 ete :
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Fonda, Shirley Tampa .. S2.55 "'c"-d" 'UFORNIICart

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Santa's favorite chara..cters-here at the Christmas store! Weekday and Sunday-best f

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

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

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


LONE STAR RANGER ,
Suits

They're never too young to love Luggage CowboyBools YourName i!

something to wear-and we've a FOR BOYS Is On His Liste "
thousand: and one gifted ideas for Samonsite Brand In matching sets. \ have them in all sizes. An exceptional .
We have these handsome sets in Mother, father, sister broth
gift.
your favorite small fry here! ... ".
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er all have their names on
Everything for i in- or out of doors. White, Dark Brown light tan and s the jolly old ells gift list
Cream colors. The price will please here at Kahn So. be aurj
PANTS SPORT COATS you, too. Come in today while our Cowboy Pants to stop by and pick up tU' A
desired items. Ii
.". SPORT SHIRTS SWEATERS stock is complete and make your Lee Riders brand and built to give $:!
selection. long and satisfactory wear. Buy ..
DRESS SHIRTS them with the boots. A

.. GIFT GOXES
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We have gone to a great deal
p.J- BLANKETS of expense to provide for you
without charge handsome
Satin bound, part wool gift boxes and colorful wrap
.- and all wool, with eyepin paper for the gifts you
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appeal. An Ideal Gift. select from our store. Buys ft
l gift here and we'll place' it in
a handsome box and wrap It Ii,,jo
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in gay Christmas paper.
Wash Cloth Sets

Glamour girl or grandmother, every woman is a sweater girl In Attiactive Gift boxes. Ai
at heart. So be her favorite Santa .. say Merry Christina Priced so that! you cr.n Ji
e with a sweater. We've a wonderful collection of sweaters for ..... .....
give several sets this -
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every taste, every occasion from her beloved everyday A
classics to glitter charmers to wear with formal skirts -ear.
Definitely the gift she'll thank you for warmly . cherish BED SPREADS
it long after Christmas ia over. \Ve have the Catalina brand.
An ideal gift for the! Ii
She wants to complement her home and entire family.
lounging! clothes with beautiful GIFT CERTIFICATES ShopEarly Priced to please? hte most Ii ft
slippers. There's real foot conservative ChristmasSliopper.
If you aren't sure of size or color on any article
flattery in a shimmering -ou wish to give take advantage of our GIFT CER ftft
satin in style . !
rayon -0' TIFICATE. We make them in any amount you desire F.UlOrsTF." R.\ 'D ftft
in grand fitting for: perfect to give. Then allow the recipient to come in later
ill relaxation. We have just what and select his or her gift. P
she'll want.
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DRESSES PURSES HOSE "
WILL ENJOY ANY

SUITS BLOUSES PANTIES J ft6 ONE OF A NUMER OF I ftI

NEW WINTER COATS GIFTS VAST FROM DISPLAY OUR ftft

NEW SKIRTS ,

Men's Suits

LINGERIE GOWNS SLIPS GRIFFON CURLEE

I BED JACKETS HOUSE COATSHANDSOMELY I ft,

GABERDINE AND ALL WOOL PANTS'
: STYLED SUITS
it He will sincerely appreciate a gift from this department. We have a large ftft

BEAUTIFUL NEW COATS stock to select from and you are sure to find the color he likes.Kahn's ftft

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i$ TOWEL SETS COLORED SHEETS

'G You'll }1-e amazdt thi Here is the very latest in
? wonderful value: in a Chrtcolorl"l: sheets and pillow Kahn ftft
ma eift for th, family.Here cae* to match. lYqu-rt ftft ,
i i' orru-thinjr that will famous brand. \Ve have ftft
Q cheer the heart of the rethem in pastel colors. TK \I Icip
t'nt. IV sure you see mi-:rs will t be proud: to di-- ftft
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kee. Here you will find the world's outstanding brands of merchandise. Nationally adver-

I tised merchandise fills our shelves. Today is the proper time to come in while the stocks

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

shoppers. Come today.Florsheim. I"



Shoes InFants DressesWe *


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

Itf Phoenix Sox for Boys & Girls Handsome Robes Cooper


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could make him or her ha
,: ; ;t , Rate your young he-man's whistle morning'We'11t
!l these beautifu1! robes on Christmas II'solid"
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? t ke particular to that from this department
: pains see a gift -
;: ,, ,, ; tjf' by selecting a gift from '
; is in hmdsomeChrlstma'4
. Kahn's .. . the store that has Yh'.wrapped a
paper so that it will carry the happy holiday meaning -
f-, what the younger set likes. "It'srsuper" i
when it to favorite loved Kahn'sespecially
goes your one.
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h. 11 say when he sees! .
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.i want you to look at the offerings in thU
+ the jacket, like Dad's,
!! sports section of our st re. We know full well that you'll be
., in front and plaid in back
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/ / ed with what find. !
. .the vivid, checked flannel"
t; C: I shirt or built-for-action -
1 sweater, coat style. Remember Sport Coats & Jackets for Young Men
'' . Kahn's for the gift he'll like.


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Crystal Ball Girls' Coats e Sure i


Reflects his fondest gift-wish. Wishing days are FANCY PANTIES CHRISTMAS SEALS
f here for your man..Maybe he isn't saying anything f'
PRETTY SWEATERSBEAUTIFUL
about it . but he's bound to anticipate a handsome Ii
tie or shirt from America's foremost manufacturers.. SLIPS Ii

Sl SHIRTS TIES-\Vembh-Arrow,, Manhattan Arrow, Manhattan., Jason, MacGregor.- GIRLS DRESSESSatisfaction Bed Room Shoes i Ii fl


Hearth-broken slippers made for him just as h.o
Fine likes them. All-around-the-jear wear plus extra .,
PajamasBy j
!"f comfort and fit in the spring heel males perfect 4
holiday gift a.
i1f Manhattan, Jason and Van Heusen. This Christmas ft
give him pajamas that have been designed so Thousands of people have found
they really fit. ... that wear because the material it a pleasure to shop at Kahn's.
was specially chosen for durability.Stetson Especially at Christmastime J I
Women Bed Room
they feel that they have a wider s Slippers
I selection of merchandise than
k4. Hats they find in most stores. Kahn's The ever popular ballerina typc-at: nominal Iii
is proud of the fact that nation prices for thrifty giving.Women's "
AND HATS BY CHESTERFIELD ally-known manufacturers make
i the merchandise to be found on ft.
Two of the World's greatest manufacturers offer the shelves in this popular shol'i_
you the greatest value in hats. ping center. No effort has been Shoes
W spared to bring to P hokee the
very finest that the American
if SOX BY COOPER PHOENIX markets ?: fford-and for your Our stock is complete with Connie Shoe Creationsapproval ftft
and selection. and the famous Red Cross Brand
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday December 17. 19iS

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Christmas Basket CHURCH SCIENTIST"IS 0 FCHMST, Teachers To Visit PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL -I James T. Landon
HONOR ROLL
Plan Is Explained THE UNIVERSE INCLUD- Relatives During Second Six WeeksA Hotel Commissioner

ING MAN, ENVOLVED" BY Christmas Holidays in all subjects9th

Mrs. Helen Potter of West Palm ATOMIC FORCE" is the subjectof Grade: Dicky Atkins. JACKSONVILLE J a m e s T.

Beach, a member of the Salvation' the Lesson-Sermon which will Members. of the Pahokee school 8th Grade: Roberta Hatton, Peg- Landon, 36, Jacksonville realtor

Army explained plan for the 26th be read in Churches of Christ, faculty are leaving this weekendto gy Lynn Shirley.A and former hotel public relations
Scientist, throughout the world on or B in all subjects12th director, will be state hotel commissioner -
annual county-wide distribution of spend the holidays as follows:
Sunday. December 19. Grade: Dellona Jones Lil- under Governor-elect
Coach and Mrs. Clyde Alley and
Christmas baskets to needy fam- The Golden Text is: "The Lord lian Hammond Joy Fields, Imc- Puller Warren. The next governor
children will visit relatives in Mc-
ilies to members of the Pahokee hath prepared his throne in the Andrew, Ky. gene Spivey. announced last week the appoint-

Woman's heavens and his kingdom ruleth 11th Grade: Payne Jackson, ment of Landon
:
Club at a meeting in the :Miss Ruth Dorsey will be the to succeed J. Lee
clubhouse She said over all" (Psalms 103:19). of Jackie Sullivan, Patsy Jensen, Na- Ballard of St. Petersburg in the
Tuesday night. guest Judge and Mrs. Newell in
Among the citations which com- dine Raulerson Steve Kirk. I I$6,000-a-year post.
that the distribution will take West Palm Beach.
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the follOwing 10th Grade: Janet Adams. Landon served 'lll.ithVarren in
Miss Ann Graham will be with
place on Tuesday, Wednesday and from the Bible: "In tie her parents In Chattanooga. Tenn. 8th Grade: Bobby Carlton.Eleanor the Navy. He was a lieutenant on

Thursday of next week. She estimated beginning was the Word, and the : Walker.7th an ammunition ship and served in
Miss Jean Gough will spendChristmas
that a total of 1.500 basketsof Word was with God. and the Word with her mother in Grade: Carol Carpenter.Jacquelyn both the Atlantic and Pacific. He

food will be distributed and was God . All things were made Erie. Fa.William. _Scruggs.. attended the University of Illinois
2,000 children will receive toys. by him; and without him was nor Howard will go to Lexington .s the University of Edinburgh In

The Woman's Club will cooperatewith any thing made that was made" Ky for a visit with his W. C. (Pappy) Lanier of Ra Scotland and is a graduate of the
the Lions and other local civic (John 1:1 3). parents. leigh. N. C. has been the house University of Florida.
The Lesson-Sermon also includes' of :Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott ,
organizations in the, distributionfor I :Miss Veronica Kaufman will guest "Having served on the same ship
the following from the while visiting friends in the com-
this passage visit her parents in Gary, Ind-. and with Jim during the World War
The club also voted to partici- Christian Science. textbook, "Sci friends in Chicago. 111. munity.IN II. I know he is aa man of OUt-
in ence and Health with Key to the and sound
pate the community Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi standing courage
party for children to'be sponsoredby Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: and children will leave Saturday THE COUNTT JUDGE'S" COURTLY judgement." Warren said. He attributed -

the LI p--on Christmas. Eve. "CREATOR. Spirit; Mind; intel- for a visit with his parents. Mr. AND" FOR PALM BEACH to Landon "a thorough;

The Clu 's public welfare committee ligence; the animating divine Prin- and Mrs. Charles Lampi in Eagle COUNTY_, _FLORIDA knowledge of every part of Florida -

Mrs.! Sadie Barwick, chairman ciple of all that is real and good; River, Mich. re Estate NaIn of: > having traveled 'with me during -

will be in charge of the distribution self-existent Life. Truth and Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose will LUTHER L. KNIGHT > my campaign into every community -
of toys collected and repairedby Love; that which is perfect anti Deceased. ) in the state".
visit relatives in Goodwater Ala. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FFA boys at'the high school. eternal; the opposite of matter and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kocher will ba You and each. of you are hereby no- I y. .
Gifts for veterans at the LakeCity evil, which have no Principle; God, fled and required to present any claims
guests of friends in Hialeah. and demands which you. or either cf Birthday SurpriseFor
Hospital' were brought by who made al that was made and Mrs. Olsen Strayhorn 'will be the you. may have' against the estate c:
members to the meeting and placed could not create an atom or an Luther L. Knight. deceased' late of said Miss CarawayMembers
guest of her son and daughter-in- county. to the county Judge of Palm
under a decorated tree. Carols I element; the opposite of Himself" law. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stray- Beach county. Florida at his office in
were sung and refreshments wer: (583:20). horn in Jackson the court house at West Palm Beacli. of the Philathea Cla?$.
Tenn. Florida within eight calendar months
served by Mrs. Marjorie Henderson . ... . from the date of the first publication First Baptist Sunday school, ente--
and members of her Americanwar Weldon Cardin is spending the of this notice. Each claim .or demand tained Friday with a surprise
must" lx in writing and mutt state the
veterans committee who actedas holidays with his father, Charles r place of residence and post office address party honoring their teacher li3oElizabtth
hostesses. of the claimant and must besaorn her birth.
Cardin in Miami. Caraway: on
I to by the claimant. his agent
or his attorney. or the same will become day anniversary. The hostess committee -
'void according to law. in charge of arrangements
"" This 13 day of December. 1948.T. .
W Knight. Administrator of included Mrs. Riley Tillis. Mrs II.
. the Estate of J. Clause Mrs. L. G. Aldermanand
J t Luther L. Knight deceased
t Pub. Dec. 17. 24.- 31. Jan. 7. 1949. Mrs. Carlton.
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The old Cherry Tree carol, or to
the legend upon which it is based.
fWi tArs NSdlMON is undoubtedly the reason for the
or rustom of placing a branch of cherrytree '.
&D ; in water to bud for Christmastime. 0 .
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Accord...15' this i legend.!. Mary .

and Joseph on their way to Beth- JJib Look! Its
.,.. a TIMAt lehem passed a tree loaded with so ea.v
cherries. Mary was hungry for some
",c. 305NE5l'% of the fruit and asked Joseph to

...IIP pluck some cherries for her. The to do a whole weeks washingftitjidaire -
tree graciously bowed; down so that
Mary could pick the fruit herself.It .

has been customary among the
Czechs and Slovaks to take the

branch of a cherry tree and place it
in water in the late fall so that the
buds reach the blossoming stageat
Christmas time.

The belief was current that if the

sprig blossomed by Christmas E.e.the ,
Boon girl who tended it would marry
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auring the New Year. jj
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Our blest Famous
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tagKARpNIY Christmas Trees $
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T10 Most famous of the nation's ../", :
Christmas trees are growing on the
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wooded rolling acre: of the Rco *
p+a velt estate at Hyde Park N. Y. De- 14 '" !
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veloped as a result cf a hobby which
occupied much of the late Pres. ;/
Franklin D. Roosevelt's spare time L'.

the groves of Yule trees now are or.. .
scattered on odd patches and parcels /! ..... .-=
of land throughout the estate. .
The trees about 270.000' in number -

yt are principally of Norway
spruce white spruce and Douglas
fir cluded.with a few' balsams also in-


Althcu:'. he tree growing was a
bobby wtth the late president, he
insisted that the project pay its own
yA0f way. Consequently about 2.000 to
,, 3.000 trees are marketed every
YOr Christmas season. washer'
automatic
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d Bohemian. Vesele Var.oce. No more "washday blues" aching back or chapped

Czech; Stansi Vanoce. hands when you own a Frigidaire Fully Automatic

INSULATORS which: cost! $115 Dutch: CdWg,, Kcrstrr.u.Far Washer. All you do is put in clothes and soap push .

before the wet now cast: 231... O ;'s!!* Haustaa Joula.Frtr.cfj the button-and forget til In less than 30 minutes
: Jojcvw; Noel: exclusive "Live-Water" action gets clothes cleaner
... 1 101 MORE'eo.
lip
Germ;,a.: FrchLche WemzachtenGreek than ever; and two "live-Water rinses get them

and era this muse is frrcra.- I Kala Cfcnstougenr.a.lulian brighter whiter than ever. You'U love the "Ropidry"spin

: Buon N'aUle.. that dries clothes pounds lighter . sore dry
Btse rate art arfaaHrj csdt bvtr tbaprewar.
Norwegian Glaecebg Jul.: I enough to iron. Come in. See a de"f'Is"o' of
Bat doe ca&Becessc
to djcs&er
PcLsh t7cscych Siat
: nszejc Frigidoire "Finger-Tip" washing
... ? brj &e iLsorsuD? fh pries Xarodzeua.Komanian he fully out am oti CAwcsy.:
cf t icsl oil cad ctbfT i iscrased cssts, : La rr.uluam cu Sasc-
mini NU l1 UT mIlT% inn
tit average price per k.wiM-Iur: tate

_"f paid b) ocr rtsidcaial csstcrers is Russian: Dudushkm. MCf' L

IocIpcnnJ! r. tcn zed wih 1911 Sanisi t- :Zcu I'ifC'U. BOE'S Mathis-Boe
Swedish" : Coo J'.t

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Friday, December 17. 1948 The Everglade News Canal Point,,:Florida Page Sev a


Miss Margaret Anderson :>fLake Mrs. H. T. Monroe left Thurs
GibsonMiss
Raymond Barnes To Woodyard -
Cinematic ChatterBy City will arrive next week day to spend the Christmas ho'i-

Head Industrial Malcolm turner Betty Woodyard. whose for a holiday visit with her parents days with her sister :Mrs. C. W.Syke .. I

Commission Jan. 4 A marriage to James M. Gibson will Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson. and family.
John Ford's glorious drama' of ,
be an event at the Canal Point
JACKSONVILLE Governor- the Frontier's fighting men. and
Baptist Church Tuesday Dec. 28,
elect Fuller Warren has appointed the women who made them heroes .
Raymond E. Barnes Orlando attorney 'Tort Apache" is to be screenedat at 7:30 p. nu, has announced at-

to head the Florida Industrial the Prince Theatre. Sunday- I I tendants for the wedding as follows GIFTSPENS
Commission and named; Monday of this week with John :
James A. Harper of West Palm Wayne. Henry Fonda and Shirley Mrs. Audie* F. Hooks. Jr.. matron
Beach and James H. Allen of Pen- Temple as the stars and a huge of honor; Mrs. Melvin Spoonar;
Eacola to serve with him. cast of stars and featured player I I "
brides matron; Miss Dorothy Chas- Parker 51 Pens and Sets Sheaffer "Threesome"1Sets.
Barnes. 36, native of Marianne headed by Ward Bond. George Sheaffer PensBILLTA1NERS
tain and Miss Jane Sharp of Orlando I
is executive secretary-treasurer of O'Brien. Victor McLaglen and Anna -
bridesmaids; Suzanne Chaplain
Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund of Lee. I and KEYTAINERSI
of Mr. and Mrs.
Orlando, and vice-president and director "Fort Apache" is a mighty motion i daughter I
Oscar Chastain. cousin of the
of the Hfllsborough Title picture throbbing with lusty
and Abstract Company. He is a laughter. the crimson courage and bridegroom and Sylvia Cross
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I CAMERAS
former executive secretary and the anxious hearts of the gallant
Cross of Fort Lauderdale cousin Eastman Bell & Howell Keystone. Argus. Revere
general counsel for the Commission band who little knew the Beat less i.
and will be the representativeof glory of their inspired deeds. This of the bride flower girls; Johnny -
of Mr. and Mrs. R. BOOKSFiction
Smith
son
the board. 1870
the public on picture depicts the action on
Harper Is president of the Florida America's explosive Western rioi! T. Smith cousin of the bride ring- i Religious Children
bearer Phillip Cross of Fort Laud-
Federation' Labor aecrs- ;
Lusty laughing calvarymen. fight-
erdale and Dan Mathis of Lake STATIONARY i
of the Florida State i
"tary-treasurer ing against the red man's fiercest
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Electrical Workers' Associationand tribes. . as loyal women . love Harbor candle lighters; William Cranes & Eaton Gift Boxes Open Stock '
chairman of labor's Leaguefor and wait! Gibson of Tampa brother of the
Political Education and wJl You'll enjoy every moment of bridegroom beat man: Roderick : GAMES
Gibson of Thomasville. Ga.. brotherof
represent labor. this stirring picture and cherish it Backgammon Bridge Supplies
of the the bridegroom. George Sims
Allen. 68 is president as one of the finest moments cf
Florida Pulp and Paper Co.. the entertainment memories.See and Audie F. Hooks Jr.. ushera.
Alabama Pulp and Paper Co. ani your you at the movies-Mal. Dr. Elmo B. Scoggin will officiateA J CHRISTMAS CARDS and WRAPSHalsey
a director of the St. Regis Paper . program of nuptial music will I II
Co. and will be the employer mem- be presented by Mrs. J. W. Mullis
ber. Barnes succeeds Carl B. Youth Choir Will vocalist and Mrs. H. C. Graham & Griffith Inc. ,
Smith. Tampa; Harper. Daniel W. pianist. No formal invitations are ,
Millian Jacksonville and Allen Present CantataThe being issued but all friends of the I
I "EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE"
Conley Brooks. Foley. couple are invited to attend the
. ; Youth Choir of the Pahokee wedding and the reception whic'J! 313 17 Datura St. Phone 2-3883

PALMS TO SCHOOL First Methodist Church under the will be held at Cypress Lodge. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
DONATE I II IIv
direction of Robert O. Lampi will Port Mayaca. immediately following -
The BPW Club of Pahokee this present a cantata "The Music of the ceremony.
week donated 10 royal palms to Christmas for Mixed Voices" by:;
the school and their addition to the Ira B. Wilson in the church -- - - -- -- --- - -- -- -
grounds has caused much favor- torium this Friday evening at aUdi-t
able comment according to Principal o'clock.

Claude Canipe. The choir will sing a prolouge
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"Holy Night" "O Little Town of 3p
Tommy Elliott son of Mr. and Bethlehem" with two-part chorus p o
Mrs. Thomas Elliott of Pahok "Good Tidings" with two-patt
kicked the football with all ins chorus "Glory Be to God" with
might while at play on the school two-part chorus. "The Magi" with
grounds Wednesday and ended up male unison' chorus. "Little Lord
with a fractured toe. He was takento Jesus" with two-part chorus and
the Everglades Memorial Hospital "The Living Song.
for treatment. Louise Hatton will sing a soprano 0
solo and Anna Lee Hurt an
alto solo. Other voices in the choir

NOTICE include Robert Hatton. Joan Shep- >

Public Notice is hereby given pard. Rita Fay Hurt. Myra Lee || Prices have been cut to the bone here at the City Market
that the undersigned intends to Cruthirds Eleanor Walker Joy
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Fields. Thelma Vann. Carol Snyderand g Come in today and stock up on Holiday Foods at prices you
Court of Palm Beach County Wanda Harper sopranos:
Florida pursuant to Section Mary Ann Howes and Dorothy I fe? can afford to pay. It will be a pleasure to serve you. ft
865.09. Florida statutes 1941. the Fields altos: Murray Weeks. Wil- & -

fictitious name to-wit: lard McCurdy. Charles McCurdy. & In Down Town Pahokee - - Phone 2361
Snyder Chevrolet. Company Bobby Schroder. George Rozell-
Under which I am engaged in and Charles Elliott baritones.
business in Pahokee, Florida.L. Yvonne Lee Fraser will be tfe i MAXWELL HorSE II LIBBVS NO. 21z CAN

Pahokee.. C. SNYDER Fla. piano accompanist.The public is cordially. invited to | COFFEE, pound 49f Fruit Cocktail .._______. 35c

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Blades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday.. December 17. 1943

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Mttmate cost of 2500. Thomas Lynn and children and various steps in the processing of

The case work supervision ia Mrs. A. Q. Howell Sr, visited cane to make raw sugar and byproducts
connection with Christmas and all relatives in sarAsota the pas; The FFA boys were accompanied -
other welfare activities is under week. by Richard L. Brooks
the direction of Mrs. Helen Potterof Mrs. Velva Elliott is attending chapter advisor and made the trio
G': t the; The Salvation Army staff. The a meeting Of the West Palm Beaca in two school busses driven by
vV ld'sy entire program is directed bv Board Of Realtors in Palm Beacn Mrs. A. Q. Howell and Mrs G B.
\ Major Charles Johnson from the
;e 'Grta tst today. Ramey.
County Citadel South Dixie at Walta Nell Hull and Frank Ro- The Misses Marilyn and WiDola
1 54t+ 4 Claps Gardenia. West Palm Beach. zelle. Jr.. students at Southern College Nason students at the University
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Lakeland, will arrive Saturday of Mississippi will arrive in PH-
to spend the holidays will: hokee next week to spend the holidays -

their parents in Pahokee. with their mother Mr!.
I N NQnd. Harry Fremd NROTC studentat Frank Friend and :Mr. Fnend.

-, the University of North Carolina Members of the Lottie Moon
will arrive Sunday to spendthe Circle First Baptist WMU. honored -
holidays with his parents Mr. Mrs J. E. Unwin on her
The Gertrude Shirley Circle will and Mrs. Albert Fremd. birthday anniversary at a circle
meet for its Christmas party on Mr. and Mrs. George O Schroder meeting at the church Monday.Mrs. .
Monday. Dec. 20. at the home ot will have as holiday guests their J. C. Mock was in charge.
Mrs. E. L. Pope with Mrs. Glen aon-m-Iaw and daughter Mr. and Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Thompson
Abling as co-hostess. Gifts, not to Mrs. Robert A. Smith and children" and children have returned from a
exceed $1.00 will be exchanged. of Narberth, Pa. visit with relatives in Due West.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins ani Miss Lois Echols student at S. C. While there they attended a
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bums ani: Emory Univrestty school of nursing reception for Mrs. Thompson'sfather.
daughter. Ann Rita plan to spend Atlanta Ga., is expected to Dr. W. L. Pressly. who was

..... Christmas with Mr. Jenkins' sister arrive Tuesday to spend the holidays honored in being chosen the out.
*; Mrs. R. I* Hooks and family in with her parents. Mr. and standing family physician for the-
,.. r Lyons Ga. Mrs. Grady Echols in Canal Point. year in the United States.
Mrs. J. R. York will have as Eddie Stanley who is attending Mrs. J. R. York will have as
x9 guests through the holidays her school in Maryville. Tenn. will arrive guests through the holidays her
% son-in-law'and daughter Mr. and home next week to ape'.:! son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and
Mrs. Browning Roach and child Christmas with his parents. Mr. Mrs. Browning Roach and childrenof .
ren of Maryville Tenn. and Mrs Ralph Stanley. Maryville Tenn.
Approximately 85 members :If Homer Frasure who is employedin
The Mary Martha Circle. First
the Pahokee Chapter. Future Venezuela, S. A.. has arrivedin
Methodist WSCS. will conduct iU
Farmers of America made a field Pahokfe to spend the holidays.;
annual Christmas party at the
I trip to Clewiston Wednesday and with his wife and children; also-
home of Mrs. J. T. Boynton this
visited the big mill of the U. S with his parents Mr. and Mrs I.
QJThe Friday night at 8p. m. Mrs JamesH. -
Sugar Corporation to study the J. Frasure Sr.
Wilson. Mrs. Ellis Murphy and
6th Annual County-Wide new and repaired, along with traditional Mrs.. Adaline Stuckey will assist: I
Christmas Basket and Toy Distri- trests of fruit, candy and Mrs. Boynton with the entertain
bution under the supervision of nuts at estimated cost of $2,500. ,

The Salvation Army and in coope- 2,500 children, groups over county ing.The Simonson-Lair Circle. First TIRE TROUBLES-
ration with citizens of every community kiddies treats, candy fruit and Methodist WSCS will conduct its j Bring us your

takes place Tuesday. Wednesday nuts at estimated cost of $600. annual Christmas party at the
and Thursday of next 1,500 Sunshine Baskets for elderly home of Mrs. H. J. Anderson Monday Tires are our business, any size, any I
week. It la estimated that it will people and shutins at estimated 11
Dec. 20 at 8 p. m. Husbandsof
take a minimum of $15,000.00 to cost of 1125.,, members will be invited guests i type to fit your particular need.
meet the need throughout Palm I '
25 special gifts, extraordinaryneeds A. Q. (Potter) Howell. Jr., BP Ii
Beach County. The Budget is as
at cost of $250. 2-c USN. and his bride are ex- i ii
follows Warehouse rent, wages, repair- pected to arrive here today from I I PAUL'S SERVICE STATION
1,500 food baskets in small men, supervision clerical work the Naval Base at New Orleans

medium and large sizes at a cost printing and postage letter appealfor where he is stationed to spend the i --.: CANAL POINT FLORIDA :
Of $8,000. distribution telephone at distribution holidays with his parents Mr. ani I
2,000 children receiving toys center transportation et Mrs. A. Q Howell. Mr. and Mrs

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