Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00464
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: November 8, 1946
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 )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00464
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Jerr gln "The Truly Distinguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces'




I RECENT I Tax Bills Out: Belle Glade State To The Citizens Homecoming Plan

Payments Started City Of Pahokee

OPERATIONS Prison Farm gill Of Methodists] In
Tie county's tax tills began to Con"idef'.1tiun, Hill tie given to

--- fill today as taxes became payable I a prul..itiun( submitted by the
in CollEctor Be Expanded Soon Pahokee On NOV. 17
By Paul Rudin Stetson 0.Sproul's I Florida Po\\.r \ light: ( 0., to
office in the courthouse. I the City of J'ahol.t't at the next

Two new clerks, lr.s. Betty Ta- city 'cunril meeting Tuesday

Judge Ed Newell, of the criminal \'t'rna and Miss Sylvia Gd er:,. I expansion TALLAHASSEE building, A $50OOO for i No-, 12, at Ii P. SL The prolkiition Plans for an all-day homecoming
have been emploYEd to help handle program I k whether ur not the (nt\ program at the Pahokee Methdust
court of record, must have the Belle Glade prison farm was I Church Sunday, Xo\ 17
the collection during Ue rush I hail contract for pm\'r to opt'falt' -
set some kind of a record on Monday paicd. i! approved by the cabinet today. its, water plant ur continue were announced at a meeting of
of thin week when he I Adopting a report from the
disposed the Christian Board of Education
All tax statements tan not been i tn use Uit''t'l' Power Generatedby
of 81 between the hours of prison committee, the cabinet recommended -
cases and Workers Council in the Victory -
plactd in the mails, proul said, I I the Cih", The J'uhlit' i i.. invited -
10 a. m. and 3 p. m. That's an that land under cultivation i- i dassroo'll Tuesday r.iht. nt'I \.
but his staff is working overtime tll lit (prevent and e'((1ft'''''; ;
average of 16 cases an hour or : at the farm lie increased to Fred L. Martin of Live Oak, former -
to finish the job.A their \ it'\\- in thi matter.It
about one case every four minutes. four percent discount is allowed :I 1,600 and allocated H50OOO for :, B. Mackey I I castor of the church, will dcliv'r
Maybe somewhere in the land the building program Council the sermon at the Nov. 17 morning
('hainnan ('ity
on tax bits! paid in November I i
there is a record that equals the and : Title to the additional land needed ,, II -t n'ifl" following which a basket
one percent less each
.nt' set ty Judge Newell Monday. I for the increased cultivation is I dinner will bt1 held on the church
month until
April when a penalty
but it ham't been brought to my : now held by trustees of the State Survey Starts On lawn.
of three percent on real estate and
attention. : Internal Improvement fund. Ilowtver -\t 3 m. a special ;
p. prlgra'1
New Road Between
one percent on pHi'Onalty is imrmed. -'
in a separate action, the will be presented in the rhur'l auditorium -
Have you done your Christma, trustees voted to convey the land Pahokee Belle Glade featuring the first appearance -
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shopping? After all there are only to the commissioners of State ins of the new church orrht'3tm -

three dozen days before the annual Chaplain LivelyVillBeOrdained tituions. i A county-state engineering now being organized, singing
visit of Santa Claus i I ; Under! the expansion program, party started work on 1lll'Stby of by the choir, brief talks and a re-

I 'the cultivation of cane would be'I 'I: this week locating the new road vittt' of thc history of the church

Hen"s real news! I was informed \ I increased from 240 to 600 acres to between Pahokt'e and Belle Glade, by O. 11. 1'Clure. Invitations to
last week that beginning 0:1 produce 500.000 poucd.'i of sugar; extended
I I according to an announcement by the home coming are being -
Monday of this week all of the I rice from ltO to 250 acres to produce : County Commissioner Paul Rardin. to all members, former mcnibers '

barber shops in Pahokee will re- Next Wednesday morning, November I 350,000 pounds; beans from i I _ --_ former pastors and friends of
main open SIX days a week That 13 at 10:30 Chaplain Arthur -1300 to 450 acres to produce 450,000 :I the church.

is unusual. Heretofore, it has been J. Lively is to be ordained at I pounds of dried beans; tomatoes'180 Pet. Bean Crop The board ago made plans for a

fJecessary to stand (or sit) in line Holy Trinity Church, West Palm from SO to 130 acres to provide i training school for Pahokte and

for hours to get a little barber: Beach, to the Diaconate of the I 65,000 gallon cans; string beans I II Canal Point Methodist Church

work done With 16 2-3 percent Protestant Episcopal Church I from 40 to 80 acres to provide I. Ruined By Deluge school workers to be held at ra-

more barbering to be done in Pa- The Ven John T Payne, vicar 65,000 gallon cans hokee, starting Sunday, Jan. 19.
bokte maybe a Celler won't have of All Saints Cathedral, Indianap- Foodstuff produced at the prison
Named on the board of managers
to wait so long oils, Indiania will preach the sermon farm is used by the State's various The Everglades fall bean: crop Rev
in charge of the school were
is about 80 with
and the Rev. Fr Russell S. percent destroyed,
penal institutions. W. T. Blair and an assistant ot
here is a little something I clip- Carleton, Bartow, Florida will The building would provide little chance of bringing in a re-
program Canal Point, Rt>v. C. T. lIowfS,
Cram present Chaplain Lively. The Rt.Rev. planted crop before December,
ped an exchange paper: a main building for 500 prisoners Mrs. R. J. SchrodC'r and T L.
"Let's not be agin-ers-let's be John Durham Wing, Bishop a laundry, infirmary, ware- And. County Agent H. L .Speer Burns lf Pahokt'p
of the Diocese of South Florida said today after surveying county
FOR something Let's be for a 1oust', cold storage unit, sewage were
better world: 1ft's be for a greater will bestow the office by the traditional disposal plant and a small administration fields drowned by Friday's cloud- Preliminary
made for Christmas tree
I a ire
country in the best sense of the laying on of hands and building."It burst rains,
to be held in the church au-
word: let's strive to make ours will be the celebrant of the Holy sensible h1here's a chance for farm'rs gram
sounds like> II pro-
ditorium the night of Monday.Dec. ,
who have land within a mile of on
a better community in which to Eucharist of the Hn'e. In attendance "
to Gov. Caldwell commented -
gram 23. Committees appointed
to him and assisting will Lake Ok'C'Chobee to plant again
live: let's make our business one when the committee rrportwa.
several the and possibly get in their hra\'est. charge of this affair were as fol-
of leadership in everything that bt priests including R.
read of State
by Secretary II. C. Graham
is worthy of our efforts; 1ft'S not 1'en.. Fred Yerkes, Canon Robert but for land in the outlying area, lows: Program,
A. Gray.'atson's
tot' "agin-ers" let's be FOR Gumm, Re\ Fr. Mason A. Frazell, -- . away from the tt'mperaturt'-.tabil-' and department superintendents
fomethin ." I like that little and the Hev. Fr. Martin J. Bram izinJ effect of the lake, a farmer tree decorations, members of the
: '\ Group Leads : Victory Class: treat. for the children -
message. VI you ? The St. Vincent Guild Men'sChoir would be sticking his neck out, .
d the Church of the Holy In Attendance As I Speer adled. John A, ulany, Frank Ho.zt'llt"

There are rumblings of a price i Nativity, Pahokt'e will lead the I Water damage to celery was not Sr., Mrs. H. M. fdotsh and

rise in coffee in these parts Already litany proct 'ion. The choir is Contest Gets Started nearly so serious as previously pre Irs. George n. HamC'y; preparation -

on the east coast the: price ,, composed of these men: BIll Kirk, : dieted h\ some observers, Spf-lf of the treats, trs. J. M. El-

has IIt't'nstrd to 'k Which rucifer Steve Kirk, Tyler Jack- i The November contest in the Pahokee declared, estimating that a maximum liott: program bulletin, nfV. C. T.

minds me of a story when r\-I son Jr., Payne Jackson, Tony Lively I, ff'n's Bible Class began last i of 10 percent of the crop Howes, All children and t'arbt'rflf .

HOt' operated a cafe in Canal Dickey Johr.on, Porte John- Sunday with Paul Watson and hL i i'a..: Io."t. "Reasonably light" dam- the church school will draw

In hltll11 tla 's. It St't'm that a I son John Bregger, David Chan- grup' in the lead with nineteen I I agt' was also given for potatoes names for the exchange of gifts

friend of his returned from the I rt-Y and Harry Fft'mtJ. 'pomts. J. It 1I11t'r. Sr., and hIs i. ant cabbage. on which the yield nt the lHe.
east coast where coffee was selling Chaplain Lively lS well known men were second with the otht'rs:'i will ht' the best barometer of the It was announced that Robert 0

for a dime a fUp. The friend 1 1:1 the Glalf! having: come to this not far 1)I'hind. ram injury Lampi will present his young pee
sugged tn Olaf that he raise I area last June to sense( the mission This Sunday the teacher, Ht'v. C. --- -- rte's chOir in a Christmas cantata

hIs price to a diml' Ol:1f, orta : parishes If Holy Nativity, Pa- A. Moberg will discuss the next in I II League Branch on the night of Dt'(', 22.
flabbergasted said "Not mt' If I hokr.-, and St. Iartin's, Clewiston the interesting series of Ieessnr. on The board and workers council
J charged a dime tht'y\l t'Xlt'dI lupon his return from the Armed Paul. The founding of the church To Meet Tuesday voted to hold regular monthly

:Ol'tl coffee." :' Forces where ht' served as Chaplain I'at Philippi as stated in Acts 16-: '; I meetings fIn first .; lay nights

------ with Ue Fifth Air Force overseas 1115 and PhilIppIans 2:5.11: will i The Everglades Branch of the> at 7:30
I .. ,
Good bt the thrmen. Each Sunday finds :\atlontl Fresh Fn11t and Vegetable -- -
Ticket Sales
I'n invitation: has been extended an increase in the class membership i Dl."trlbutors of America will Alhert Snyder Opens

For Appearance Of to a11! te friends "f Chaplain which i., most heartening in meet at the Gala Club next Tuesday

South Quartet L\'t.:v .:1 tt' t ladts tll attend this I view of the effort to bring the enrollment night,: at 5 o'clock, according;; i Xe\\ Grocery Store

Sunny I Hr\I' to two hunJr'd. A most to a nannOUrl'tment by the prroil- ,
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i cordial In\'it.ation is extended to all ; dent Roy Segree.Mr. Albert Snyder l.ot opening a new

At thIs wrdrng, wry few tll'krt.s Cattlemen To MeetTuesday unaffiliated men of the community Segree said that the main grocery stork In a new building

remain for the Sunny South Quar- and visitors The meetings are order of business will bf completion hE' recently trmpleted h:1 Pat.okrf' -

ttt program which wIll t1e con : Evening conducted In Fellowship lIall. Sun- of plans for Ue annual convenUon : Belle Glade nead The building -

ducted Tuesday night In the HighS 'I : : day mornings at 9:45.: This Sunday to hf held In Palm Beach is built of concrete Mocks and

wooI a\hhturmm A capacity au- I rtgar! r.eetng the Palm i the greeters will be' Elmer In Jar.uuj'. The annual electIOn ; Mr. Snyder dId most Jf the work

\tt'nn' IS assured thanks 111 tie: (I Bt'arn.IUr.ty Cattlc-mt-c's a .:txiation I Jont's and II G lrGouirk of offlC'frS111 alai tJt' held, he himself. Be MS part lit his stock

.itcre"t mamfl.h'l The total will tit' held Tuesday night I -__ i ic and is open for bwintJ. There

fa'klt salts pr( t'l'\!.. minus the )Iit the tty ball :n Rt"U Glade. acv .11)I'I.TTR.11\I\G r\lOs raid.A guest of tb meeting wIll beCbaJ I still remains Gmt a tit of work

tax will llt\ used by the p T. A t eordng,: to an ar.r.'uI'mt r.t by : ()n\J. j. out'.trty. Phd3dflrl : to 1A' done before tilt store t.. complete -

foor the purchase It two t'1t'tnt'n'kn Assistant County .gent 11. L.Speer Snling faces and much laughter chairman of the national membership : Mr. Snyder said lip it fltI1W3ltirg !

; fountains, a dcfiratercrd : The meetrg :i scheduled toll he' ttt' .}r'l'r of the .l'cason committee and also president on the windows which

The fete tickets left are :n for I'dtl'k and all tattle (lwnfrI FnliY night i!1 B.ipt.cot Fellowship (,f tht Ptl3.Mphi braril h of theleagvie. hays been pr,rr.It'j for several

'ht hUldof It. ClWart, IIIlnan' I tare urged tlJ br in attl'r.lut'l' A Ban \\h..r. the Adult Trauma wf'fkJ.

Ft'r.t.zc'r! el', Messrs. Barwick.' j movie fIlm shmnrc! dlJpOS (IfbUIi' I! t"r.lOn will conduct its quarterly Those In attendance be :erved 'I -- --- -

11'ilsem and Fraser. C.uter-Gt'JH t"\f tattle and horses \\1:1 'Sr.f.1l. Rflobtr will t.e 1:1 dtHC"IOU5 stuks. Mr Segree t i i II.\Sr.t: IS C1IJfrU: ;

Prt.g! Store. 0.\1'11 l'pthegrove I Abe shown by te agent The film charge of ttt program wIth lrs.I said Ht urges that all members : Minton study clams setedulci

and the ehyirman. Rt'\ C. A. 1110t't'rf !'tCtcw Ce h\'Htock owner W. 11. DuBvH' a5sistir: The us- be In atttndan to aid in perfecting for tiS'rdnesday r.fU wd lte held

: Whtc these are sold. there I can cart fer 1'.5 own .tack when cal In Ut way d good things to plans for the convention and Monday afternoon at 3Z0: p m at
will be no merf Yu, first come, a \'tttnIaria.n is nut auHakle i:- I tat will to entered ito Mr I t&.onir.t officers to run ttt branch1ducng the Pahokee Methodist churcb.

first istrvcd.A medatcly. Dave Young is Ut rrtlid nt th rcnr.g ytar, This if the final cll.M

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. November S, 19-16

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2,000 In Attendance !

At Halloween Party ,
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 1924 Published
- Every Friday More than 2.000 persons attend.ed STUCKEY
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance
the gala Halloween part for

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office the children of Pahokee and Canal -
Point held on Lair Field on
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Iatter. Fertilizer Works
Thursday night of la.t week. The

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher part was sponsored by PTA with
the cooperation of room mothers
and teachers and the financial assistance Manufacturers of
Sophisticated of the Lions Club the

\\'e do not intend to restate a lot of moral dogma in connection Rotary Club and the Elks Lodge High Quality Distributable
Several hundred dressed in
with the request that hag been made by the presi- a
wide variety of igeniously designed -
Fertilizers and
dent of the rCTC to cut a scene in an unreleased picture costumes marched (or should Superior
showing Shirley Temple taking a drink. \\'e think that a
we say trotted) in the gay and !
drink of an alcoholic beverage is bad for a person: whether colorful Halloween parad The Poison Bait

she be a Hollywood actress or the most insignificant bum parade was led by the Pahokee

who ever graced a police court. There is no use in going High School majorettes with the Now In Position To Serve You
into that all over again. high school band under the direction -

But we do have some hallowed memories of Shirley, of Robert 0 Lampi playing
stamping and tripping her little feet as an unspoiled child some lively music in the back:

through some magnificent films. We would hate to see her ground.
The children were divided into Phone 4201 in Pahokee
all of sudden. In fact I II
now going sophisticated on us, a we eight age groups for the judging :
just don't believe a little girl of Shirley's type would grow of costumes and it was really a job I, I,
up that way in natural life and we don't see why she has to for the 2-1 judges, three for each I

be so represented in picture .-Shelb (X.C.) Daily Star. group to reach a decision as to
which child was wearing the

Where Freedom Dwells costume most typical of Halloween -
or the most comical, or the
No country i is free when a part of the people deny to an- most outstanding because of its PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

other part of the people right that th constitution guarantees beauty, originality or cleverness in
to all the people. Xo country is free when a man is not depicting a character Finally f

permitted to buy with his own money meat that his family after some sharp scrutiny and I
needs. No country is free when a governing party enacts much scratching of heads the I II III !I II
laws "without regard to their cOl15titutionality." Xo country judges announced winners of the I
is free when certain men demand and obtain the right 32 $1.50 cash awards as follows: j CHRISTMAS :j jII
Preschool age, Joe Syd Caudill,
to hijack farmers who are trucking their products to
Nancy Lee Thomas and Jill i
, mark ts. IC-I
Ilwain (paired) Brenda Carter II :
To deliver freedom wholesale to the oppressed people} of Kathleen Spencer: first grade. Ann : MERCHANDISE
Europe and Asia is a noble ohjective. And to regain at home Rita Burns Wayne Unwin Tripp : :'
the rights everybody) once enjoyed i an l>'luallr noble objective Alderman and othan Gilbert I tpairedl I :1

Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City I and \'alarie Geiger: second I II -NOWr' -

grade. John Guerry and Jack Holt ; ,I

No Jokes In Texas Ipairedi. Betty Eiland. Rupeit'
Mock. Jr.. and Judy Chandler: i ON DISPLAY
A San Antnllio judge said what colonel to : I:
m army ought third grade Betty Echols Jackie I' '
do \\lS to take a 12-J nuge shotgun and finish off his wifl" Miller. Annette McIntosh and Pow li;
suitor lie was homhal"lled with letters and rails saving he hCldIJnd: fourth graJt' Dirkit". : Come in today and make \"tllII' selection whil our I:

was advocating premeditated munlcl" Now he says"he was Lou liohuec. Joe Parker, BlIlM::' ': tock i is full A mall down plyment will keel your ::
That's the most dangerous thing in the world-tn'- Moberg and Jo Ann Edt'nfiel '
fifth grade Bonnie Miller and Eugene : selections on our ItraWlhe1f. until Christmas ere.Be .
ing to IJC funny on the judge's bench, and especially in Texasand I "
about} shooting. Lexington (Ky.) Herald Buchanan I) D.ma GailJenKn :, sure to hop early. :
Donald Pickett and Alean : II I I'I
- Hall: sixth grade Thelma \'ann. II
Blue Devils Score j i I every time they threatened to 1 I II Louis Pope Neal J't'nnen anl!! :I'j, --oI' I II ;,
I score they were set back with I: Rheta Aboud: seventh and eig-ht I iI

2 Points To Win On I got pl'nalitie were enough The to bad take breaks the fightI they 'I I!i grades ty Culberson Bobby Shirley Gene Mitchell Watson, BetI and I ''I. ''Vestern Auto ssociate Store 'i::

I I Bill Kirk. ,
ing spirit out of any team but I I After the parade the smaller ; I. \1. LAIR, Owner PAHOI\EE, FLA.I I
Fort Pierce Field I I;
Coach Allefs 191G team L;n't the children were separated into age I I
kind that gives and their dogged -
up groups for parties held on Lair
Cu\rh Clyde Alley's fighting determination finally paid off. Field, in the Woman's Club build.
I:The way they played they deserved ing and in the Lions Hall. At the ..
Blue : -- -
Devils maintained their unblemished -' a :20: to 0 victory but the same time senior high school stu- I ,

record of no defeats this two points conceded to them by dents were entertained at a dance I I
sea.,on with a 2 to 0 decision over I'the officials put them in the vic- party in the gym with Robert o. I I'Lampi
the Fort Pierce Eagles at Fort tory column just as firmly as a and his swing orchestra
Pierre Saturday nig-ht. The lon :20: to 0 win would han' furnishing the music Room mothers .
safety score came when the BlueDevil I The Blue Devils were scheduled and teachers acted as hostesses White and Yellow
to make their seventh bid for victory -
renter, WiJUam Weathers i at these various parties where
blocked an Eagle punt on the 10. in a game with the Stuart games were played and refreshments .
The ball bounced back into the Tigers on Lair Field last night. served ThxPani
end zone where it was fumbled I - Paul Rardin acted as master rf I
by a Fort Pierce man who tried !I Mrs. Daisy Brink of Daytona ceremonies via the public address
to I't''over. The Blue Devils then i Beach arrived last week for a visit system during the parade Mr3 I
covered the ball but officials ruled with her son and daughter.in.law Jess M. Elliott, assisted by trs.
that the ball was out of bounds I Dr and lrs. Wilburn C. Young, in Gene Mcllwain was in charge of
before Pahokee recovered and aI- Port Mayaca. and the :
the judging
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lowed only a two-point safety in- II presentation of award. Mrs. I SEED CORN
stead of a touchdown. Mrs Mary Tanner, who recently Homer Barnes, room mother chair- H

Contrary to the reports that appeared resigned from the nurses staff man, was in charge of general arrangements -
in the daily papers, the t at the Everglades Memorial Hos'pital for the individual :
Pahokee eleven dominated the 1 has accepted a position at parties and refreshments.Mrs.
play through mast of the game but the Municipal Hospital in Tampa I :_ I

j A. R. Harrington ,
Renamed TSS Head Calwonder and

hJ : ._ I
On Your Nt' t Visit to 11'est Palm Beach l o four I
a Irs. A. R. Harrington was rp.1It'Itt'd
I ,- president of the Canal I Neapolitan Pepper

Christmas Shopping a :I pqmt Methodist Woman's Society I
of Christian Service at a meeting
-.\1'I.I I held! Tuesday afternoon at the I II Xoy Y'AILABLE
I hllmt' nf Mrs. Florence Sleglinger. !
11.11SE1' & CIII'I'ITIIFOR ; Other officers elected for the

corung year were lr3. C. L. .
a Start: vice president: Mrs J P j
1 0 Parker reeordmg st('r.tar)': Mrs
.\ IEnanti .1C'ESSOIIES Kendrick Buchanan frrt'p, n,1tni '
Lei r.-tar: Mrs. J. S. lIarTIn ttL
TilE: l..VI'ESI' I I\ BOOKS{
treasurer: ; Mrs Pratt P<<'pt'. spmT.I ; '
I'OUNT.11I'ES: : and IESh SETS iJ : life -t't'rt'tary: 1rl Harold

I I'EISON.11.: T.\TIO\EHr' R++,enbrrg, literature and puhli-a!
Mrs. Frank \\'11mlSlunary [ 80[ COIIREU
I fIlII.lHn: BOOJ.PIl1THE \ t...,-'n !secretary: ed ucatorr s.-t rev .

rH.IE :,tfm Tommy Gr.fi t r" ri-

1! .. t..In social relations and l hunch
\nd Ilan' Other Item fur Chri tnla.
::1tlt'S t'rtUry.trl.: N.of f: -RITE SEEDS
Gifts I r P1. stu.n work secretary
Mrs W. T. Blair youth work sec- ,
& GRIFFITH Inc.lll irs R M. Dut.
f. !.t!! !I'lrph
::1w. :0' I rt'tary and Mrs Osceola Cpthe.ar '. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201
: .l. .1 Iatura St. Phone duldr.n' work I
"ye =ecretsryTh.
.. t Palm B a'h. Fla.errjrjrrrrrrrrrrrrrMi. .. ir.st3.114tion of tb r.f"A: nf. !" :
.,ers will tit coadUte4 In Dtmber. '- i
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WWWWuWWWWWuWWW balls of screw-balls" Judy Canova, CHrneH OF CHRIST -i
Cinematic Chatter with Boss Hunter as her leading: SCIENTIST
man and imposing cast of featured "ADA AND FALLEN MAN"
By Malcolm Millar players, singers, dancers and hot i
is the subject of the Lesson-Ser-
.. bands on this
appears program. !
man which will be read in Churches FOR.
A girl has been murdered! A You an be sure that this will bea .
I Ii
gob on hore leave is accused of screwball opree that will have of Christ. Scientist throughout
the crime, and he and his dance I you in stitches i the world on Sunday, November 10.
ball hostess find they have only i Thursday-Friday is also double i The Golden Text is: "If by oneman's PILE DRIVING LUMBER
four hours to prove themselves innocent I featch days Starting with "Black offence death reigned by !
The plot of plots-the i Market Babies" which stars Ralph one; much more they which receive CONCRETE BLOCKS CEMENT : i
thrill of thrills! That is what is in i I Morgan and Jane Hazard, and reveals I I abundance of grace and of the gift
store for you at the Prince Theatre I the inside workings of a : of righteousness shall reign in life Phone Our Main Office . .Bene Glade 25 L
this coming Sunday-Monday when nasty racket that still flourishes i;,by one, Jesus Christ" (Romans 5:
"Deadline at Dawn" one of the in some states because it is ope- 171), i
most baffling and thrilling tales of : rated st-mi-Iegally. I know you I Among the citations which com ;, !
detective fiction screened in a long will be entertained with this one. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- :
time. i I Second one up is "Rockin' in lowing from the Bible: "But where I
Beth sin abounded did much more At our store We have samples in I
In the cast and starred Susan : the Rockies" with Mary ,
Hayward, Paul Lukas and Bill I Hughes, Jay Kirby The Hoosier I abound: That as sin hath reigned Stock of Nationally Famous : ;
Williams, and deserving of tar : Hotshots, Spade Cooley and his unto death, even so might grace
billing for their excellent performances I band The Three Stooges and the reign through righteousness unto
are Joseph Calleia Osa I Cappa Barra Boys. It is a musical eternal life by Jesus Christ our GOODYEAR RUBBER : I
MasseD, Lola Lane and Jerome !which combines some thrilling .I Lord" (Romans 5 : 20, 21).
Cowan.I I Western action and a million: The Lesson-Sermon also includes FLOOR COVERING
wont give you the plot but I 1 laughs. Its fast and its good! the following passage from the
will give you this tip . See this i Saturday also boasts the double Christian Science textbook "Sci- I
show by all means . For you will featured program. First up is a ence and Health with Key to the Venetian Blinds made to order in wood or :
I under the title Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy;
be sitting through a show that will mystery thrillerster metal. Fstinlates Cheerfully Gh'en.
clutch at your heart forty beats "The Cat Creeps" with Lois Collier "The harmony and immortality of
a second.A and Fred Brady named as its stars man are intact. We should look
double feature is in order for .'and a large cast helping them in away from the opposite supposition Window and Bathroom Curtains and Shades and
man is created materially and I
entertaining that
making this a'fry
Tuesday-Wednesday. with "Allot- Linoleum Rugs, Gx9 and 4xG. Used Dressers,
turn our to the spiritual
show. gaze rec-I
ment Wives Inc. first up with:
Kay Frances and Paul Kelly in the I I The Western picture for the ord of creation, to that Mattresses and Hot rater Heaters. :
starring roles and a good looking I date is "Stage Coach Robbery" should be engraved on the understanding I
:: with an all star cast and action and heart \\ith the point
cast to aid this one goes deeply
that will certainly keep you well of a diamond' and the pen of an
into the racket practiced during
married entertained, it looks like a honey. angel (p. 521 : 121. i The
the war when women servicemen -
mo'iEsa1. ---
Ser at the
for their allotments.It you I
-.. --- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift'have
bas a very good plot and the
story has been well written, so Mr. and lrs. L. A. Maryes antifamily returned home from New Glades Appliance
there isn't any reason why you have moved from Pahokeeto York City where they were called i
houldn't enjoy every moment of it. South Bay where he is employed last week by the death of his sister -
Second feature up is "the screw-I as Florida East Coast agent. lrs. Lucille Frasure. I
I I Corporation

I Office at Terminal in Belle Glade

Furniture Store in force Block '
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Belle Glade, Fla. I

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Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Murphy have' Donald Crews of Fort Laudfr-
I as their guest this week her mothj i dale pent the weekend in Pahokee
I ere Mrs Margaret Schweizer of I visiting his grandparents Mr. amt
NERE N New Jersey. I Mrs. Ruben Crews.
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y TNOU P ;,\,
Gy f Mrs. Albert Phillips has accept. I The Misses Ruby Jane and Vir-
0 t qp ed a position at Burns Dry Cleanginia McClure left Wednesday oa
0 Oq ers in Pahokee. I a business trip to Cuba.



I :H I I! Can You I Imagine I It t.!, I I I I

I II I For the first time in five year. we now have, I

II I a really satisfactory supply of gun shell ammunition i'

I on our shelves, !loth for shotgun and rifle

i, use. Better get your supply before the hunting :

season open up. !

?/t I
4t everything we buy today-col's more. The things we eat, or wear, Dr G1e have f11'e

token a steady upward climb. But the picture is not alto ether dark and gloomy! Floridians can GOING TO BE COOL SOMEIAY f

find genuine sati faction in one important commodity that has ACTUALLY DECREASED IN COST- 'I ,

even os service has increa ed. Greyhound fares are less than half they were 16 years ago! : hare in tock nona limited number of Fuel

This, we bQ/ieve/ in the face of all rising costs, is a standout achievement. lock at these Oil heaters. just the thing to keep the home at

comEarative ford below-it's something pleasant and refreshing to think ab3ut., right temperature during the roM nap::. :

I Ipnorn

' ed e7e4eevte4 I OF OCR BALCONIES

The Il'lle: (;Ittlll Cabinet Shop has done a swell

1930 FARES 1946 FARES i iJachonville.Miami job in providing us with much needl'tl stock and

. . . $11.50 Jacksonville-Miami. . . $5.30 (lisplav room where you will find a large and mod-

Jac onville.Tampa . . . 6.00 Jacksonville-Tampa.. . . 3.25 i iWesi ('rn :assortment of household utensils for most

Palm Beach.Miomi . . 2.25 West Palm Beach.Miami . 1.'5 i iI I every use in aluminum, copper, enamel and pyrex

Tompa\jami . . . . 9.00 Tampa-Miami . . . . 4.30Tompa n'are.

.Lokelond . . . . 1.15 Tampa-takeland . . . .60 \rr have a few order of galvanized field fence,

Orlando.tiiomi. . . . . S.6O Orlando-Miami . . . 3.80 .t7-inrh width. It' your: if you want it. I:

Orlondo.Jacksonville . . . 5.25 Orlando-Jacksonville . . 3.40
Welt Palm! Beach.Jaclonville. . 9.25 West Palm Beach-Jacksonville. 4.40 A neW delivery of PIEAD'hite: Wall Finish I

Daytona Beach.Miomi . . . 8.40 Daytona Beach-Miami . . 3.90 i Enamels. in most conr The women folk like it '

To.po-t. PatcubUlg _'_.-"_. 1.00 Tampa.St. Petersburg ._ . -.0 .45 fur ii1'ftutifiiatl''n.;


Phone :3921 Canal P. irt: Fla. BETZNSTILE 1



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Four The Everglades Xew Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 8, IlH6I

Noel Williams Hores Announces Dulanvs Entertain

I His Sunday Topics : New' York Visitors 'ED, XITE

Mrs.daughter. \"erna Chaney I I II IN I
of Irs. Ruby Williams'l Rev. C. T. Howes will talk on Mr. and Irs. John A. Dulan\ : PERSON Nov. 20

Pahokfe, and John 0, "Call of the Child" at the Sunday I and son Philip Allen entertained I
ket', were married at the pahokee' morning service at the Pahokee I at their home on Belle Glade Road:: !
Methodist Church Monday ever.ing 'i Methodist Church. At the evening I Monday evening with a lawn part ;
with Rev. Carson T. Howe."I service he will continue his series I and buffet supper honoring Mr.
pastor, officiating at the I of talks on the Parables of Jesus, I and Irs. Joe Dahl of New York
ring cen.mony.The I the subject of the evening sermon : City who are the house guests of !
bride wore a teal blue lightweight being "Bewildering 1ixture." A i Mr. and Irs. Sydney K. Smith, Jr.. ANA
black I -
suit trimmed special anthem will be sung by the I of Belle Glade.
braid and black accessories. A circular : Guests i Smo h1ountainlz
senior choir at the morning service were Reand Irs. C.
sweep illusion veil was su- and another by the young people'schoir I fT. Howl's and children Helen,
spended from her half hat. Her I under the direction of Robert Mary Ann and Daniel Mr. and / Boys Glrls \ I
corsage was of orchid:. Irs. Grimes and
0 Lampi at the evening service. Ralph daughter
Mrs. John Bennett, sister of the ---... Rebecca, Mr. and Irs. Sydney K. M eROrM APB lE ( p11Y
bride was matron of honor anJ IJIWGltUI SOL'TlI BAY Smith, Jr.. and daughter, Glora SWAID 4 A oMrs M GN SsJUGBAUD S
Tommy Keefer, brother-in-law of Rev. and Irs. C. A. Ioberg and Miriam, Mr. and lrs. Charles Moran -
the groom, best man. Mr. and family were guests at a fish fry Mr. and Irs. Sydney K.
Mrs. John A. Humble of Stuart Smith, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
conducted Tuesday night under the
and Mr. and Mrs. T. Keefer of auspices of the South Bay Baptist Padgett and children, Joy, Donald -
Nest Palm Beach were out-of- Ien's Bible Class with the ladies and Calvin Mr. and Irs. O. D. FonD RUSH the Singing High Sheriff

town guests. as honored guests. The Iobergs Carpenter and daughter, Carol, Mr. All Former Stars of
Th bride is a graduate of Pa- presented a musical program. and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, Jr..
hokee High School, Cla.s of '38. Rev. Creasy, pastor of the First i and son, Carmen III, Irs. C. A.
Mr. Noel graduated from Palm Baptist Church of Clewiston, spoke I Shire, lr.s. Mary Tanner, :\lrs.I .
Beach High School in 1931 and is on "The Plan of Salvation." Be- I Phillips, Miss Elizabeth Caraway,
also a graduate of the University cause of the lack of room a I Miss Lucille Salvatore, Albert GIGANTIC FIREPROOF TENT
of Virginia. He resided in West ,garage building will be used temporarily Herron, Jr., Roger Jaudon, Allen ADULTS 73c S CHILDnEX under 12 years 2jc
Palm Beach for 15 years before I I to house the rapidly growing -- I Segrel', Jimmy Colson, Ronny El.liott (tax included)
coming to Pahokee to join the city I class, thus assuring the lake Buddy Moberg. Jim m y
HESEnrED SEATS 2jc Tax Included
police force. The couple will make : area another outstanding Bible SchOt'ppel, Tommy Elliott, Bryan i
their home in Pahokee. class for men. Re\ loberg has Johnson and Don Beverly. DOORS OPEN i P. )1. SilO' STAnTS S I). )1.
... .. .
invited to Clewis ton to speak to -- .f- I
Grounds Fair Ground PAHOKEE
S. D. Blazer, Nocatel', was a the large class organized recently Rev. and Irs. J. S. Gresham ; Show at
business visitor here on Tuesday of by the pastor. Sixty is their average were business visitors in Miami on
this week. attendance. : Monday.I .
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Friday, November 8,1946 The Everglade New, Canal Point, Florida Page FiveR

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Ioberg 'ViII Start Lions Honor Their I Jeannine Mock and Kathy WiLson,

New Sermon Series Daughters At Meet sang "B.I.B-IrE." Two piano solos
I were played by Miss Phyllis
Miss Helen Howes sang "Tr e3,"
In accordance with the Fathers and
daughter day was !
accompanied at the piano by Irg.
series of sermons "Rightly Dividing observed by Pahokee Lions with Dorothy Graham The Jtis>es Lucille .

the Word of Truth". whicn a special program at their Tuesday -, Rogers, Helen Howe. Joy

will begin Sunday night, the pastor luncheon meeting Padgett and Fay Gilbert presented -
Luke Fraser, chairman
program :
Rev C. A Ioberg of the First a musical skit that wowed the
was in charge of program arrangements
Baptist Church of Pahokee will Lions
and introduced the speakers
preach Sunday morning on Iod.
and other guests. Rev. W, T Blair I
ernism and Fundamentalism The II
spoke on "Girls' Place in Life" andRe I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Alderman
Ladies Quratet will sing IyIother's
\'. C. T. Howes, on "What a Girl : and son Tripp, spent the weekend
Bible In conjunction
Expects of Her Dad" A quintet : in Lake Placid visiting Mr. and
with the series announced, a chart
of small girls including Cindy and Mrs. J. B. Sellers and Mr. and L.
of six by eighteen feet will be
Kay Friend Judy Cunningham, E Ford.
used All attending are encouraged I
to bring their Bibles
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This is the opportunit for Bible
1 Hm'fill 7 !1IT! l I ITI l I fIT t m'IT!' !ITIfil !"l m'!,m,}1"fi!'IT!!}'m mHERBERT'S
R study many have been requesting
and when completed will mean for Fine Clothes For 'i
those interested a good working

knowledge of "God's Plan for the Men and Women
Ages" The usual splendid .
by the musical family of
choir, orchestra and quartet with I Have Your Ladies Clothes Tailored

"Illuminated Cross" augmentation ; By A la11'g Tailor
will b pre. ented. In addition, because .
of the many requests the I
: : kFw Ladies Quartet: will preset a num-: AL BELCHE

t .. br at the Sunday night sen'ice :
> The goal of three hundred in attendance BOX 876 PAHOKEETRIANGLE
p in Sunday: School is rapidly IJJ1.lllmMWM

..,..... .: . app.raching materialization .M .elliv.n.\ll\
... with the goal of one hundred in

the Training Union in the same .
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? )'i)!$& ':: fight.Mrs.. ..-- I

/i.'f(? Iautz Has

Store than 100.000 inquiri..; from every state in the nation have a'a Birthday Party I
ready kin received hy the Florida State Advertising Commission at I
Tallahassee, requesting information about agriculture, industry, tranl I RESTAURANT
and homes in Florida as a result of the current advertising campaign Irs. Roy Kautz was honored on :i
of "The Sunshine State" Photo shows little Carolyn Sandg-ren. of hH birthday and wedding anniversary -
In Canal Point
Ja'k..onvillt\.. holding the lOO.OOOth inquiry. James A. Ball Belle : Monday night at a sure rr.K I
Glade vegetable broker, is a ml'l1lbrl' of the State Advertising Con, I party given hy friends and reintives -
mission. Ieals! Short Orders
at the home of her parent<, I I -
I Mr. and \frs. I. J. Frasure, Sr I, Ii
I Others attending were Mr. and Curb Service

f : :'tIr!'. A.1.. Johnson and children.Mr. ,

i I REPAIRS I and Mrs. George Johnson anichildren. 'tilt A.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Fra- ::1 I

' Fur Guaranteed S'wing1Hhine: Repairs and Supp1i. I :;01lt'1" J r", and daught'rIr.. and
i Mrs. homer Frasure and on. Mr.
r Write or tall at
i I IRIIODES and Mr. laugh I''rasrrre. Mr. ant 1-!
Mrs. l1.r'man Kautz and son, \hs I
Magic Thompson. Mrs. Alma Far- .
.\\t'Rn.. ".\" 11'illiam.s. Miss; :
: I 0\\', Miss Lucille I''
Mlle (;l:111tFu.. f:. A heathers and "l"ncle" Tom

; Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahoket and Canal I Camphd1.I .
I Point tWice weekly. Parts and accessories for all --.- IloIIiogeilize1lItaiiiiii

: makes and styles I
I : LegIOn Post AsksWTyatt'sRemoval
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Members of Fred and Percy: -0-.0-
Mansfield Post \O at a joint meeting -
with the Legion Auxiliary AVAILABLE AT YOUR
held Monday night in the Woman', ;

T1 Club building adopted a resolution GROCERY STORE '
requesting the president of the '

United States to remove Wilson i -0.-0-:
W'atl from his I position as \'eh'- !
i ans Housing Expediter. The rl'I
lutlOn wa- adopted by unanimous :

4OPsKryocide i! vote I Ii LFAI
i Commander Edward A. Jen.ea I
appointed Chaplain A. J. Lively I I

,'halrman of the post's important ,
ntluse t'ommittt Francis W.I I
Cross: Jr., was renamed chairman
of the membership committet" It Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla ,
was announced that Post 90 now

has 192 members in good -tandin .
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and a drive will be launched soon ___ __ _ _ _i
for more members.Mrs. ,
Doris Wilson Auxiliary
president. responded to the welcome 1 - I
address delivered to the auxiliary I Ii i
1rlrrtaf CRY 0 LIT E
'-, e members by Commander I

,toO,111 MI M MlKrvocide Jt'nsen. The first issue: of the new A Servant of the Glades :

Kills many chewing Insects veterans publication, Vets Inf.Jrmatio:1 -,
was distributed to allprfSl'nt I II
LJa" the by Claud"S :
t at meeting
C'RYOLm j High control at low cost. June:, editor: and publisher of 4 Buses Tn Miami

the hullt'tInI
INSECTICIDE'Also_ : available mixed with --- .-.-- Tn 11'e.t Palm Beach i
..;.. I.
[ f. copper or sulphur. : Belle Glade Men Daily To I't'.Iy'er & Lakeland !

11..1,1. //1/7
G-.. )'" :_0.' ",."":'". Ask your mixer Suffer Injuries I

Two B'U' rajt': n:-.n ,..ufff'p .,1 Glade Motor Lines Inc.

OR GIVE 'EM A DOSE OF PENCO DDT mSECTlCICES I : ranhl 1:1J'lr:.' :!'. freak ar(1d..ntI + ,
while U'.rklIg Monday and were I
four 1''fU'u 11111' ill''did.I" Irr' 1111"lIaibt.lc' rushed to the Mrgrat.'r' hospital sERINr; THE ca.\IJf> "
: I'riru \\ H.U.; 11.'lIm IIII,;;111. i: Eddie Srhoepptl. mechanic at I

1'eucu mlllinll: t nncculratr, )'fll"U C at. ; the Glades Cht'vroH Co. had t ,.

tie pr.I C un'lIlt our 11i lrit.ulur fur 'h-n.'" In his left foot broken w" r.

oil"it't' a 111.1/: ." .,.. uf 1111',1' (PfIIt.11ft t t' er.glne on which hf was: w..rn;: .

InCIur 'pn'll1t' IU'nl"! ::;; .11'l'i'ntaU: (lvt'rt::rnf'd. T

!'.I....- \Ir. t at the h.pltal a'I i
1 hao; k at his work

., : ;::n t.'j hfml
.; !I. t"inC'k of t::r B.awe ,., ,
1't' "IP ha.1 t .. r.- {

the end of .."
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Page Six The Everglades\\!:. Canal Point Florida Friday. November 8. 1946

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1946. --1 Dr. and Mrs. L W, Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Key had as
Coach Blue Devils
Alley's had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. guests over the weekend her

and Mrs. Peter Chi\iges of Benton I brother.in-law and sister Mr. and

Harbor Mich.. and Pahokee, Mr. Mrs. E S. Miller and their son,

and Mrs, Alvin Armstrong of Miami Edgar Jr", also Mrs. Key's niece,

and Mr. and Mrs Jack Phillips Miss Rose Doughtie all of West

and daughter Betty Jo Palm Beach.deep. .



: ; From where I sit ... 4l Joe Marsh

Who Gets Off Easiest-

t +
s Men or Women?


Front row. left to right: George Rozelle, manager Bobby Baker 90. Harry Freed 87. WUbt'f Geiger 77 James Latham Maybe you saw that poll Oft who Thad bows way deep don
86. Frank Gulls 85. James Scott 81. Thomas Dickson 96. J. Eo Spoonrr 95. Rodney Connell i6, Fred De.n1t'Is 93, John Ogle of work
68, Milton Salvatore 98, Ed Howell Manager i has the easiest life-men or women' that the Missus has plenty
Middle row, left to right: Frank This manager, J. B. Woodham 91. Lavnnce Connell $1. Raymond Carruthers 83. Floyd Of course, the mm voted that running a boast: and Sat knowsThad's
Peacock 91. William Weathers :9, Kenneth Johnson 82 Hueston Connell 78, James Sims 99, Lee Wroten 89, Lynn
Horn 92. Fred Taylor 84, J. T. Guerry 2. I the women did and the women f riendly glass of beer is well.
Back row left to right: X L. Garrison, Asst. Coach. Charles Dickson 68. JuHan Snyder 80. Bm Dam 64. Billy JernIgan rice versa.It deserved rtluatiol1 after I long
1. Clarence Padgett 62. BUddy SUns 65. Russel Sims 84 Lenny Stucitey n. John T Pickett 3. Charles Phillips 63. Max
Wilson 8, Claude Mel arty 4, Stanley Hooks 61. Clyde Alley Coach. I! would be the same in our town hard day's work
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I -t:1kc any family. Thad Phibbs From where I sit,most husbands

" 4Life iDg and successful event are underway Barbara Vertommen pupil at i envies his Missus spending the day and wives may grumble now and

On The I Rosarian Academy, West Palm at home, with no hot office to attend then but they know in their

Campus Beach spent the weekend visiting to. And Sue envies Tha.d his hearts it's a case of live and let

AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOLwwvwww I II Members of the Pahokee School I ner parents Mr, and Mr A L. luncheons with the boys; and his live, give and take that comes out

.. I Staff and their guest held their I 1'ertommen, in Pahokee. I evening glass or beer with friends pretty even in the end.
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annual outdoor steak at --- --
supper I
(while she cleans up the
We the High School Students the home of Principal and Mrs. D.D I Mr. and Mrs, Hub Spooner and I 1
the kitchen) !<
extend our sincrere thankfulness Caudill November 1. Out of son, Hub II, of Clewiston spent the II' c9eCoprigAt,1946 .tu(

to the p T A members for make town guests were Dr. John I. Leon- weekend visiting his parents Mr. or course, none of it goes very

ing the Annual Halloween Dance and and Mr. Hardy from 1Vest : and Irs. J. E Spooner and other I

a real success. Through their I Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Caudill.I' relatives in Pahokee. I United Stall Drcuer$ FOW4JOJ11 I

courtesy hot dogs and drinks were Mrs. Laurie Holt and Mrs. Frank

served to all present. The music Hobson from Belle Glade After

._.... ,. ,., .
was furnished by Mr. Lampi and dinner there was music by Mr. .- -' '-- '-".

his Swing Band. Yes we all enjoyed Caudill and Laurie with her \iolin.Irs. ., ,;:;? . > ,
. ,.
: . ) : ;" .. .!f. rj: :1 /F' .k. \
a good time thanks to our Caudill and Mr. Ioberg led .J }. '

P. T. A. sponsors. the group in singing favorite .:,:':*iI...', .:. : -.. ;.::::,;.. <' '
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old and neand at times ,,. : ,"'* : .
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members The Red held Cross a meeting Student Tuesday Council I with songs original 'ariations. ". ,. .o. : :. .1"

to discuss plans for raising more The second year Englih class : ,. ,.; .

gifts for the Naval Hospital. A entertained the Pabokf'e High .!, . ... ;: ,. ,,'" -V .1.. .
dance was decided for November.The School with several skits for the ( -< r ,
: ,
various committees were appointed assembly program Thursday after- ':': .,

and plans for an interest. noon The program directed by .. .. ." _' ... .
.<. I
Miss McNamara. was announced ;. ;. 4 :tfIi.
by Dellona Jones. ,. ... .
The Mu'krat Trio consisting: of .

Classified AdsI Herbert Walston Murray Weeks .f 1 /
: 1<1
{ : ; I
I I and Leland Shirley started the program ( 1 f S a"'
i : .
I with some very entertaining :. .,,...,o.. '. to.,. ,'. ,
SF.J..O tanks and grease traps I songs Joy Fields and Dwight :''':',; ( c' :. jt
cleaned 0' 0 .... r. Jn
and repaired Phone I Geigr presented "CUm Kadiddle- r

3872. Bob Douthit Pahoktt. Ml1c hopper applies for a job" .' .:. : .1
: r
Radio Station W. 0 Po, sponsored : : : .
FOR SALE: Fine display of New I . . .i' .. ' :I.: ''' ;:
by the Rite Rite Fountain Pen > .. '' ; .
and reconditioned trailers. Small o.. ...;. \.'.. ,. ., :: :
serial "The
the '.
Company presented .
; .
down payment balance like nnt.We ..
Love Scene of lIortence and L0renzo" ';.; y "' ;' j
have three lots and aSeventyfive :
carry .
James Sims was the announcer :' . ,.
thousand doll a r s . .I
: Clarice Nason, Horten'e: I
!Stock we surely can solve your .
housing problem. Arthur Trailer and Clarence Padgett, LorE-nzo. I . ,).
concluded by the ..
The was
program .
Sales. East main St. Paho1
Open from 10 a. m. M 9 p. m. '.
tfch We have several new students ,..-,f ,.
daily including Sunday.
Pauline ."'- .. ."- .
this week They are: ,. '
I i
11'alkins. seventh grade; Earl :
WORK w.\Snn for Ii;
new yard I Chance, ninth (Welcome back
unit draglinE' R. W. Salis,
Pa.I I Earl>)> : Betty Sue Williams. tenth:
hokee Jlottt Pahokee, Fla. NSpd11'.1NTEl .
Denise Camot eleventh: Irvin Maloy . I

I twelfth; and Raquel tindlm, .4" 11' .
): T\H'ntv.five men to attend twelfth. ". '\ ALADDIN'S WONDERFUL LAItP

Bible Class Sunday morning : There was a Pan-Arneri'an I was not n important source of
at 10 o'dock at Baptist Church 7:15.RO' .
meeting November at :
: : light but here at the Florida
in Canal Point.-Tea'h<>r, ltpd i I : ,

At'uff has J' Power and Light Cornany we

nlnm'TIX to The Everglades certainly could use it today!
News cost $2,00 p'r Colorful Career I :
According to the Arabian Nigh
'ear. I mailed several statements ,
) ,
talc rub of the lamp summoned '
the other day. Some of the folk a
; Uy Acuff, former singing: star !
receiving them must han overlooked Albert a slave who instantly gratified :
of the'S I.NBC Prml'e :
the statement because wish. Today would have
Grand Ole Opry is one cf radio's \ any we
checks tan'n't arr \'t"1. Maybe phenomenal su'ss's. Recently : 't, a large order for him 1,100 tons

this little reminder will PR bring the fiends Roy himself doeon't know 'a A i of copper wire, a forest of light ;

necessary_ ______. checks-- I who they are qualifled him ag a' 17 N l4 poles, tens of thousands of

nm S.\U:: Chrome plated dinette :I candidate for Governor \If Ttmw H.-' 47 4 insulators, and more than 8,400
Acuff is in his thirties 4
suite. at-o cabinet sink, aU Seer / M' transfom1 .
the hills of l'mon
horn in
metal, first class conJlti\n Glades
County around ta\'nanh'i1l'! Tenn. ; "I
Club. Pahokt't'o NSc
Ills father at the time of hrs death 1 While this critical shortage is
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".\lnl IO.\XS from $ ',()(\) up on was a Sessions judge, ad hIs family ? causing delays,we are extending

well located, improved land and although mountain rt''r1e't're service to new customers j just as

cattle ranrh(!:. 4i: percent interest no Tobacco noaJns. I ,. rapidly as materials are received. '
10 to Zl years to ray. Prudential Roy played baseball and football TI . 'S

Insurance Company of America m high school and collected more
Apply C. A. R\iley, agent Belle letter than any other student ever :.

mad. 1-1,1, !tIX 216. Phone ';0. tf got m the Knoxville! school tt' at- .

----- ---- ---- --- tendt'J. Later he turned down a ft'K
I'tm S.u:: Srrlid oak dinette. 4chairs. big Lao-tse baseball career when a

buffet, table, $:5. Mrs. scout for the Yankees offered him .... .
J It Faulk, Ph'ne 3ii1. Pahokt"e. '
a j job. to play his fiddle! over -
Small ga.s stow Magic rht't. lte 11'NOX in Knox\'illt That was
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nut S \Ut'w: Chrysler indust- seven years ago. ='ll\\ 1V'SM's featuring Saturday : fLOl.iD \ ( } Bi COi J
night program r
rial pry and\vcr unit automatic starter and shutoff Jt'nrrah'r Acuff rs broadcast natr.n-\\iJe \\ -

Phone :'31, 'r 4\)E Canal Point. tf over 1S -:1ti n31 Broadcasting . 0 .' "Ill '
Company st.\t10r.s i9 30.10:00 p. .
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;. :'i. : .
nm s.\U:: Ont complete celery m. C\-1-I. The Smoky Mountain (
-' :.
washer including! all electric minstrel has more than 2.\-1.( <\ ) '; ,:, .
r \
motor., reducers' conveyor chains, juke hie and phonograph records : ;

f t(. 11i. machine lS built 1D sec11c. In circulation and has t.tn starred .

and can easily bt moved.IVater in five rr.oton pictures including

rump not induJtd Call "Grand Ole Opr}':' "Hi. Neighbor.! "

Knight Farm, Phone 103 Bell'Glade. "Oh My Darling Clementine"and:

N:9 "C""hey C ntfT-." r

r 8, 196 The Everglades New Canal Point Florida rZ Seven
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Crosby Worth age fireplace -for so ;;and'th I RECEIVE FORMS--- -

r03.5t Those present included Jot Claude S. Jones reports tat! h,
Pasko Parker, president; Franc
Miss Geraldine Worth, daughter : received at the Veterans Service
WiL on, Glt'n'al13.. Joan Eden-
of Mr. and Mrs. John Worth of office in Pahokee this week NH"
h eld, Norman Coleman, Hal Rosen-
Pahokee and Lt. Rosh O. Crosby, priority application forms for veterans -
ITS: STRANGE THATM0NEY son of Mr. and \Irs. Rosh G. Crosby b erg. Betty Walls, Donna Upthe- in need of building materiaB
'Ir. and Irs. Lance grove, Russell Dart and Buddy
Phillip of
IS CALLED of Lyons Xebr., were married and household equipment. Now
I.JOUCH.H Miami announce the birth of a at the home of the bride's parentson Parker. available also at the Veterans Se!-
daughter, Tana Vane, at Good Sa- The Canal Point )'Ien's Bible
/ Sunday, Xo\ 3, at 4 p m Vows vice office are building applica f
YOUR FINGERS maritan Hospital in West Palm .for th double-ring ceremony were Class is planning: a Father & Son tion forms for non.\'eterans into-

Beach on Oct. 31. 'Irs. Lance is read by Re\ C. A. oberg, pastor fish fns at the home of Frank Wil- rested in the construction of houses

the former Miss Peggy Borden r: of the First Baptist Church before sun during the week of National I or apartments to be built specifically

Pahokee. an improvised altar banked with I Father & Son week, Nov. 10. D-- for sole or rent to veterans.Mr. .
'Ir. and Mrs R. L. Lodum of ivy, fern and gladioli tails will be announced at Sunday Jones will assist those who

West Frankford Ill., announce the The bride, given in marriage bj' School and Church Transportation visit his office in the filling out of
birth of a son on Oct. 29. lrs. her father, wore a lusty rose will be furnished all thoe these forms.Mrs. .

1 1 Lodum is the former Miss Floreid gown of soft silk with a full skirt coming to the parsonage. Fathers ---.

l/r I Coleman of Pahokee. and a fitted bodice of beaded mesh without sons will be given help in I. Marshall Lair and daughters -
'Ir. and Mrs. J. W. Burnside of nylon and a matching feather hat finding boys to take to this ewning have returned home after amonth's
Miami announce the birth of a with circular-3weep illusion \'eil. of fellowship and fun No
visit with her parents, Mr.
daughter at the Edgewater Hospital She carried a white prayer boot speeches of any kind are planned and Mrs. C. W. Howell in Lavern,
there on Oct. 26. Mrs. Burn- with streamers of satin ribbon and . just a good time for all AlJ.

side is the former Miss Annetta centered with an orchid. --- -

Jones of Pahokee, sister of Claude I Miss Ricki Weiss of Orange, N. -- ... - -- -- ---
Jones and Mrs. Raymond Caruthers. J., was maid of honor Capt Duane 'Canal

Your "dough" won't stick Crosby, Omaha, Nebr., brother ot Point PTA IS YOUR LIVER
. .
to your fingers if a fire, the bridegroom, was best man Met Wednesday P. M. '
Benefit Carnival Following the ceremony a re-
theft, or accident occurs, ception was held at the Worth The Canal Point PTA met Wednesday I
By Methodist Group home with lrs. Abe Dobrow presiding because of
unless you were properly afternoon in the qhool constipation or faulty digestion -
at the punch bowl. Mrs. W. auditorium. Irs. Clara Iaurer ? If you feel bilious, sour,
covered by insurance. The senior group of the PahokeMehtodist R. Wilson tray in charge at the bloated With gas, headachy, blue,
es presented a varied program. A grouchy you may be putting too big:
I I I I Youth Fellowship l bride's table and 'Irs. Worth, at reading on Thanksgiving, fourth a burden on your liwr. Retained un-
sponsoring a benefit carnival the brides book. digested food becomes
this putrefactive.
I children
grade in
PTA and
O. R. songs
BLEECH j causes toxins, which overload this
Friday night and tomorrow nightat lrs. Crosby is a graduate of the health by \Irs. J. P. Mercer Safety liver, keeping it from working prop.erly. -
INSURANC@ PAUOKEE : the home of Irs. B. Elliott, i Savannah Ga., High School and address by airs. p p de'foya Then is the time to relieve your
I senior IYF counselor, on Bacom.I Armstrong Junior College, Savan- and two piano selections by Fran- tired liver by Jetting Calo :lbs help
1 Point Road. The nah. She also attended Uni- nature sweep the putrefactive and
young people are i cversity es \ViLon made up the program.A partially digested matter from your
setting up booths and other form31 of Iiami. social hour with frs. Edenfield stomach and 1ntesti:1cs Nothing acts
n 1 of entertainment of interest tl ,I Lt. Crosby joined the Army Air and 'Irs. Simmons as hostesses just like good old Calotabs. Use as di-
young and old on the spacious lawnof I Force after graduating from the was t'njoyed. The December meet- rected. lOc and 25c at your druggists

I the Elliott home. On Friday I Lyons High School in Xt'bra..kl. I ing11 be held hte first Monday CALOTABS
Prince Theatre evening special entertainment for I lie has been in the service four night at S o'clock Take

adults and young people will be I years including 18 months of duty
featured and Saturday will be in ETO and i3 now stationed a; ---- -
Pahokee, Florida children's night. Proceeds froM I Boca Raton.

the carnival will go into the fundsthe I Following a three we ks' wed-

\Veek of Nov. 10th group is raising for the development din; trip to New Orleans thee :

.. of a prayer garden in th I couple will make their home iJ :
park at the _hack_of the church.I I Boynton each. : How Do Telephone
aRonny ---- ------
Elliott, whose plans tJ Methodists Of Canal
enter Florida Military Academy, Earnings
'aDearlline at Davn"I 81. Petersburg, earlier in the fall i Point Plan Services

were delayed when he was stricken .
I Affect Your
Susan lIaywml, Paul Lukas I with polio, began his schoolingat The Theme ot the Morning Wor- Business?

Bill Williams F'IA this week. He was accompanied ship Service at 11:00 A. ,1. in the

I to S1. Petersburg on Wed Canal Point Iethodi..t Church will
wWWWUWWWWWVWUWWWWWVWvWWuWVV ne.day hy his father, B. Elliott. be build around the observance of \ lI _4,;
Double Feature -- Armistice Day The sermon topic
Mrs E. E. Coleman hag gone to is "1bis Nation Under God" The

West Frankford, 111.. for visit sun. !
a I service will be preceed by T.A1
Tues.- \Yed. with her son-in.law and daugJter, I day School with classes for all ages
'Ir. and Irs. R. L. Lodum. under the supervision of N. V.alaxson ; /
"Allotment 'Wives the session beginning at :
XOTICt; TO CAR nr.\Ltl 10:00 A. M. I

The City of Pahokeeill receive In the informal evening service

Inc bid up to 8 p. m.. Tuesday at 7:30 the sermon will be the

November 26, 1946, for two ll: fourth in the series of Triump1.!

Kay Francis, Paul Kelly ton dump trucks low body). Spec ant Ct'rtainties" in which we are

ifications may be secured at the or- examining together the found- ,
-ALSO- flee of the city clerk at the town lions of our Christian faith. This
hall in the City of Pahokee by all I sermon is entitled "You Can Sea
"Hit The Hay"Judy interested bidder. the Triumph of Truth" a consideration -I I

The City Council reserves the of the Bible as a bails for I

Cano\'a right to reject any and all bids. living in this day in the face of f

& Done and ordered this 22nd da)' widespread wondering and doubt i

of October, 1946. as to whether or not the BIble is

Double Feature CITY COUNCIL the true word of God. lore of our

City of Pahokee, favorite gospel hymns will be sung

Pahokee, F1orida. to open the st'n'ic These fonn-
Thurs.- Fri. By W. p Walker, I I
al services are bringing a fIDe response -
CIty Clerk. As telephone service has so has business
in attendance at the e\"en- grown your
"Black Market Pub: Oct. 25, Nov. 1. S. 15,22, 196IS ins hour. Today there are twice as many telephones as there were

Plans for our Thanksgiving 20 years ago-five times as many as there were 30 years

Babies" PALM TilE CIRCUIT REACH COL'NTY COl'RY,IS flORID.'U.SERY AND FOR.\. vice will be announced on ser-j ago. More telephones have enabled you to reach more

DOROTHY( co.ss: We hope, as in the past, to ( Customers and give better service to the benefit of

Ralph Morgan. Jane Hazard ELLIS Plantlft, :: a union service of Thanksgiving I your own business. Consequently, the improvement and
%LlLARVIN : for the churches of Canal Point.
EI.LL9. expansion of telephone service are vital to the future
-ALSO"Rockin' Defendant. :: The Methodist Youth Fellowship i growth of your business
NOTICE TOPPE.R will meet at the parsonage at 8:31): I

In TheRockies" TO 1.; .t56tH.S-SOT.13 ATTACK MARVIN SQDN ELLIS 3RD R. AT-A. A. M. on )'fonda)', November 11 for I To render good service and expand it, any company

TACK MASTER GROt7P.. SAN APO 323 CoO POOT- y an all day outing' All members I must have reasonable earnings. That is basic and funda

FOR S I., FR."CISCO. C.\LI- are asked to bring a covered dish I mental Telephone earnings today are not only the

In You the. are above hereby Court rl'qurt'd on the.to 2nd app&r of for lunch. We \\.tllle3\'e the pars Bowest in history but are dangerously low despite a
December .'s D 19-6 at the Court sonage at S:45: 51) be there in plenty record volume of business. This is because telephone
Beth llughes Jay Kirby Ilau+e In west Palm Beach': Palm Beach of time The tYF of the Pa-
I CountF'rlda! ton hokee Methodist Church hag been
The Hooil\r IIot:;huts 'f Complaint for Divorce. tIlt'<an t : of furnishing service has increased tremendously, while
you In the above entitled! rau.'t' and I invited to attenJ. 1b ).tYF ig
Thrl\l' Stooges i: tl'.lhll.hl'd Eterglade.In News Pam! a Beach newspaper C'Hmtr.regularly Floryida :! also taking into consideration the telephone fates generally are lower than many years ago.

I is hereby dt' naf'd a. the aewpaer building of an outdoor barbecue This condition is important to because the
: In ahtch tht Order shall bepublt
I 1"'f'klt.UM join in:: the parsonage 1n which th.. the and
1\vin Features I DONE AND ORDERED at west Pam progress growth of your business
i Beach ram! Beach County Florida.th church will build Its new Su.'llh;,
; :- JOh dar l'f ktobfor. ..f D 1948 School buildmg.
I J Ales .\'r.ftt Clerk di
Saturday i the Clfrut Court Palm The Junior Fellowship, rained
i .. D.-arh County Florida out of the propose j Halloween I ((1 )-The amount of money paid out to provide

"The Cat CreelS" { :r. ;;! court By Th&d Bea:' lf' t' t':sits Party on Friday. held a very sueCP.'Sflll telephone service is increasing faster than the

) > D;+'ltCl'rk: W\t'npr Rout at the paSor.ajf '- amount taken in.
;,.!:1,1... \\:1.1..r.. ,. After
Lois \\lIil\r, Fred Brady J'..!!:.>k.! .p.. F;.>.:Pan i. !ff In Saturday, morning. .. ((2)-Telephone) earnings are the lowest in history.
d f
.1 ;"r; > f' JJ.P'I ) all 'IlIrti. tl
r..h Nsr bPr 1 9 15
and Z2 t943
-ALSO"Stage I .: .:' ; !':..!".., jr'n.i! tee! pars.\!> ((3)-Reasonable) telephone earnings are essential

__ to service.
f fCIIIHOPILCTOn good telephone

,!,1.1 is !_,", s wed
.:"o rr: A SatDR. 1

Star Western Cast I L. S. JONES I' L INCOIPOUUO

S'.ltf' JCt e: ('.1:1'4'.1 Bid; -- -+ 666 NO IJS1hESS: CAN GIVE .ADEQUATE SlIVICE wrrHO,7 A 1OJATE E IHI SFridayvemb
P nf' tISJ wet PaW Path r.. I i
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Eight The Everglades :\ews. Canal Poiut, Florida Friday, November S. 1946
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Members : Thelma Hillier who is attend- I coast the northwest and the east Mr. and Irs. Elmer Jones had
---" ing an art school in Miami, visit- for the past several months. as guest over the weekend their
I ed her parents Mr. and frs. Don Among those from Pahokee who daughter Sylvia. who is a pupil at
Have Annual Party Hillier, here over the weekend Ii attended the youth rally at the Rosarian Academy, West PalI11;
'I Dr. and Irs. Charles E. Creel White Temple Methodist Church at o Beach.

had as guests the past week Dr. Miami last Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. C. B Starling
Faculty members of Pahokee lrs. C. Griscom Johnson spent and Jrs. Nat Weems of Boynton Mrs. Dorothy Graham rs'el'a were guests of her brother-in-law

Schools held their annual outdoor the weekend in Tampa visiting her Beach. ,, Elliott Miss Lucille Rogers Miss I I and sister, Mr. and Irs. D. E.

party and barbecue at the home of husband who is ill at the Municipal Miss Sara Sanders West Palm Helen Howes, Miss Laurie Rogers, i I. Killoren in Cle\\iston on Sunday.

Principal and Irs. Dennis D. Cau- Hospital. Mr. Johnson is reported Beach was the guest of her par- Miss Patsy Elliott, Miss Y'onneI The Business Woman's Circle,
to be impro\'ing. eras, Mr and Mrs. R. \\'. Sanders, Fraser Miss Joy Padgett, Miss l First Baptist \\'MU, will meet in
dill on East Main Street I, I
Monday Mrs. C. S. Moore and daughter, in Pahokee the past week. Louis Hamilton Miss Joyce Fields, the Fellowship Hall Pahokee on
Miss SoUck Mrs.
night. Mary : Miss Hamilton, Frank Ro-I Tuesday at 7:30: with
Charlotte Walston and Mrs. Cleo Mrs. Lucy Tooley, and Mrs. Tooley's Mrs. Sarah A Barfield and Carolyn evening
Douthit were on the committee in daughter Judith Lynn, have daughter, Miss Lulu Barfield re- : zelle, Sr., Frank Rozelle, Jr., John I Mrs. Wile)' Tillis presiding.
T. Pickett, Jr., and Donald Pickett. . --
charge of arrangements. returned to Pahokee from Hender- : turned home last week after two i -

Other teachers and guests at- sanville, N. C., and moved into the weeks spent in Orlando and Christ- Dr. J. H. Panky of Ffrriday, La", ,. "
Moore home on Canal Point Road mas, F1a.I is expected to arrive in Pahokee I
tending included Mr and Mrs W. !
this week. They were the house this week for visit with his
P. Jernigan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I Mrs. Hattie Kilpatrick of Christmas a son-
Mock, Mt. and Mrs. W. E. Pope, guests of Mr and Mrs. Robert o Fla., is visiting her sister and in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i ii
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Shirley, Mr. and Phipps last week. I daughter.in-law, Mrs. Sarah Bar- i J. G Thomas, Jr. :
Mrs. Clyde Alley, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lucy Tooley, registered field and Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatrick, I Jack Chi\'iges. student at Paha-I 1
Ol' UAll1 y-
Richard Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. X. nurse, joined the nurses staff at j for a few days. : kee High School last year, is now !
L. Garrison, Mr. and frs. Paul the Everglades Memorial Hospital i G. \\'. Sharon returned here Saturday a cadet in The Georgia Military I

Gisendaner, Mr. and Mrs. Ned this week. I I after touring the Pacific 11 College, filledge\'ille, Ca j.

Kocher, Re\ and Mrs. C. A. Mo-
berg, Mr. and frs. Loel Lence Mr. --

and Irs. J. E. Caudill ,Mr. and r a aa a e a o aca or a oooooaaa oa
frs. W. M. DuBo.le, Miss Elizabeth

Caraway, Mrs Frances Harlo.\, I "'1' .
Miss Reba Henry, frs. J. G. J 1t
Thomas Jr.. Irs. Marian K. Fay 1
ler, Miss \t'dr Fayler, Miss Bar- \

tiara Ic\amara. Irs. Phara Mock, Q

Miss Jane Mitchell Miss Mary dQ
1Vildar. Irs. Frances Moose Miss
Constance Smith, Irs. J. R. York
Superintendent John I. Leonard

Carmn Salvatore, Sr., Mr. and
Irs. Frank Hobson and Graydon
Hardy. : aD

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Lido Club II I

In Early .A. M. Fire !

1hl' Lido Club, located on Belle
Glade Road a short distance south

of Pahokee was discovered inflames I a d
by Hugo Boe on his way to
work around 6 a, m. Saturday. Mr.
Boo put in a call to the Pahokee CHRISTMAS
Fire Department and the fire was

brought under control with diffi- 'QQ

culty building only had after burned.70 percent Lacy Re\\is.of the Again this year, as usual here at Chandler's You'J\\ find something for ever)' Member d

owner, estimated the loss of build- Q of the family. ol'tl1\\'hile gifts at nominal! prices d
ing and contents at approximately
12000. Reuis's pickup truck DD

parked in front of the roadhouse COLOGNES AND PERFUMES MANY ITEMS FOR WOMEN

could not be removed because of D In our perfume department we have one of the Whether it's a box of Eaton's fine stationery or
the heat and was compltely de.stroyed. Q
finest displays we'\"e had since we've been i in busi a set of boudoir lamps, thIs Christmas you can rest
iJ assured that It nIl he matter find (
an easy- to someQ -
Indications the blaze
wer ethat ness. All of the leading brands are available thIs Fear :
thing at Chandler's to make her heart happy' IamTolletrle [,
started from a short-circuited neon ..
and will be found at
light, according ot Fire Chief Marvin Q :; for both.men omen cure sets, week end fitted cases, vanity sets, or an)"
Levins. Q Chandler', at a price you \\'on't Le worried about one of the hundred and one items on display willpa'in l lQ

--...-- Ideal gifts for him or her. make her happ .

1\lrs. Iullis Gives D

Circle Bible Study .


Mrs. L. W "funis presented a Q This year, as never before it in't going to tax In the pat three or four years it has been next to

Bible study at a meeting of the D your brain to find something for him. Pure, pens, the impo :ibie; to secure a box of good cigars for 'tQ

\LoHit'\' IU. at Moon the church Circle, Monday First Baptist afternoon pencils, ah tray, tobacco pouches, are just a handgift., .This year aI! you have to do is to make your

Reports on the WMU Palm- Q ful of the dozen md dozens of item we have to wants known. We'll he able to take care of )'OU. Clg-

Lake Association meeting in Boynton i gladden the heart of the man in the honse. Don't arettes, of course, are a dandy item forl !(ift. Come

Beach last week were given I I forget the toiletries 1.01' the most criminating in early and order your cigars

hy Mrs. J. C Mock and Mrs. e L.Shirley. Q "

Others taking part in the I 1 1'011.11iE TIIFIU IIE.tlt15
program were Mrs. G M. Grim(' I ( Ltll oNQ
Mrs. Margaret Thompson Mrs. C.C. :0 ; ELECTIUCAUWrS[ :
Connell Mrs. W H. Mrs.IV. I "
Key ;
0 { flp FOR TIII( ; l)1E(
K Unwin and Mrs. L. M. Iulh" 0 fftIetT4
t \
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i \\t1
This year we hare many of r
('LtSSKS 1'() TI'OSEn I
thoe hard-to-jet items for the i {
Shorthand and classes in
typing I IPahoket' Q Our novelty department, this season. IS l'1'am- home / JtY'ml'(1
have been postponed from I
Q with items you'll he wanting to Jire that f. i I
Monday night until \\'l'dnl'sday ,
night next week fin account of Q friend and neigh or. \\'l' hare searched the many ELECTRIC 'LOfliS f'

Armistice Pay Beginners classes Q big ,market ;ul(1 as a. result. \"e have many: items. ELECTIUC TO.\STEHS l a,
will conic at 7 p, m, and advance you II Iw'antH1:; to mdullc in your list this tIme. (j
classes at 7:30: p m Q. ELECTlur IIE.\TEHS
0 Among cm: JJ' 1
('\HI) en- TIl.NIi411'e BEll I.II'jJ :-
-- ,I hooks Ends BoudOIr Lamps .
take thIs mtthol.l oi publicly : ; T.\UI.: LlGunIt.Jewel : :-
Cases Salt and Shakes 1I"I..t,., f'h I'tlot Ball
acknowledging. with grateful apprectatton Q Pepper
the many acts of kind- iJ \\allI" rIdlill"" II,
Bar Sets Traveling Kits
sial.' 'ull Tu,"
ness wont; of sympathy and Q C:1JEIZaS( ( I IIII HI:1It": .. 011'e
beautiful floral offerings: tendered Trieyth' Trtiintrfll hc r
) Portable Bars-the Latest Thing :
. during the illness and at the death 'j' hart an unusually large Hundreds "I "lb.r It,.",..
tlf our nwtttr and si. ter. Mrs J
flf film-to fit most tliO nUmf'rliUS tu list In
M. P.mlk1. shall ever cherish I It' I1t'\ .HI thr imp s-il'lt I to list tht hundred I I ;nrtn1t'nt th'tL1
small 11'e know t
the memory t't each of these mam- tit rifts \\'l' have In' our hi 1 : sit 'k t I'l'ar.' '"uu'II .t f1I'Z'. } 'nlor'l ('Mme: I'n toc.Ia" IIpar ,.
festations t't love and fnendpwhich I aJ'U' ., : }, are sure to tail ifr.fL.,
l'omH1 In ( \ : IZl: art : ,.
for each of the ',
I Q thing y ung
served to lighten our burden l1 "I"Ol1'II see; It first .it: ('handler's-Christmas I :" !tPrs here at Chandler! "L.. ,
cf Jrit'f I Q headyu.trters L'S
Mr and Mrs J. F ColsonMrL I
J. : Over::t'et. i
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F:. 11. Peters, t'mph'yrd as flight LL1
mechanic by the Standard Oil

Company In C.lra,3 Venezuela. D HANDLER
A. t'tsited hIs family here from Ii:
Thursday through SundAy, making .
the round trip by plar.t.'h ::

here Mr Peters had his first op.portunity I PAHOKEEPage
to become IC'qu&int
with his new tmonth.old 10:1. 0

Frank Handiey Pftftl, I 4

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