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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 15, 1946
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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: VID00465
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November 15, 1916 PUBLISHED WEEK IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



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r RECENT Of Large Cattle Shipment,Arrives !!I Large Audience ;I Lake Weekly Area Picture Individual Of Blue Devils Meet


I OPERATIONS Hears Quartet Lake Worth\\ Trojan
I Tt' l.trgt'sthipnt nt lIf cattlertt : I Beginning this Wt't k The Everglades -
: to amin thin section of '
--.- News kill i,
I I piblish eat
tb Glades, was unloaded at the One of tnt largest audiences,, Gridders Tonight
I By Paul Iardin Canal Point Florida Fast Coast the week 3 picture of one tf the leading !- :
probably largest i1 the history I
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freight yard Monday, by the Berman Ut'n women in
: of the Pahokt'e 11igb School audit I
sausage Co. the Lake Region Along with the Thl' Pahpkl't' Blue Devils! till
I'\'c had mIl Bosworth of the: : inn program of activities, was
The 625 cattle, all fffders, filld picture trill go a thumbnail skett'n tirdefe.tt' d .Ind Zuut. strong as
Fh-ida Pictorial Service in PJ.-! in attendance Tuesday night to
r; railroad cars and came from I of the individual's career in this the season mats the end, will

kt.... busy fur the past week taking Mitc;ell, Ala They were tr.mspo hear thE> concert presented by the vast farming area The first Inake: th"ir t'lghth hId for victory

ph tares of Lake Area business :te,! in trailer trucks to thl' Herman Sunny South Quartet of Tampa r''tllrt; > t,) ht published L' that of when they meet the Trojans of
radio fame.J. I
rot nand wonun. From week t i ranch, on c..mn.rs highway, Frank Shaughnessy. His picture I Lake 1Vurth un Lair Field tonight
D Summer
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week I'C1 going to run one of these 10 miles east of Canal Pom, soloist extraordinary was chosen this! week for no leaSUt at Sari.'Inc .

IIl tUl'S in The Everglades News where U.y:11: he fattened for delighted! the hearers at all, ether tnan tt Ital'pl'n.'d to Trojans, dubbed the halt

under the title, "This Wt'k's Per- the !!:a!ket next spring, according with his renditions of a "10't'n" \' !lt' on top IIi t It' pile when the r' Iud team of the season: tied FotPtlee

iosality: "' After looking over the I to Ray Riuleion, ranch fOt>man. ability. Solos by the others pl"t\lI" "I'htr IHuuglt tit.: iii to us. earlier in the season but
were of a high order. 1b. skit by
bai'h of pictures that Bill mach w - - : hL" yet to win its tirst \'irtory In
in, tnt' I'm of the opinion that he .: the group with Stacey Sl'lp, Horo I their game with \'ero Beach, ieadI -
CoundIAr : t' FhVd "Cou in Bu.-act' Of
as
an iQuentin Iajority Board
1.i an excdl-nt! )photographer.T. lts : I !'r 'It' the Indian River Conference
'II! agree with me as the pictures Hicks a.s 'Sadie" was ret Ychs In Falor last week the Trojans outrusht'd
artpublihetl.. :\1er Company Plant 'I't.d.iht Ultl"l t'nthusias&1. the "t'ru eleven but the bieaks
I Pianist IIkk.- assisted by Jo..' FEC Road To Glades I

Dack yonder many years ago : ir.. iug of the Piuokee :,'::runs presented a piano Jut t dropped I

Clarence Bailey had an idea ahout : city wnd TUt'-ltV! rlll'lbt'r! : t tat: called fur an encore. With Th COllllt}. t'Ol! llll-ion 'Iuesdayerd nig-ht's contest, the Lake WOItbl'ott.'h

a state market in Pahokeet I \"utt d t:. acrtpt the! -lect!ic rate hat anti mustaches reminiscent of 'I'M'II application: oi the FEC I 1-:. H. Gooddl, has switched

that time he wrunnin:: the! : offered by p P. ddIop, manager the days of yore, the quartet' Railroad to build a line tu the new !i Dewey Tumpkin from half to

green front grocHY Ill' interested Lf the local Florida Power and "Iluhtr Shop Harmonizng" of "1 sugar mill at Okedant3 and trill : quarterback position and reshuffled -

\\'. L. Kerr and A. Ialtrnbnmer Light! Company, for Ue operation Want a Girl" and "Put on your notify the ICC of its action. I his starting lint' Coach Clyde

anti a few months later John Du- of the CUy Waterworks plant. Th old ray' bonnet" completed thc The ACL Railroad, which asked Alley has pointed nut to his Blue

lamThe hall was kept rolling plant which has formt'rly bt.t'n op- : program of good variety, sending the commission last week for end I I Devils that the Trojans are potentially -

anti the market lJt.'mn1l' a realizatIOn crated with power from a Diesel : the u'ulO'no'd home glad it r em'nt of It. application, was I a powerful tram and can

Tears later, he hall motht': engine will be switched to the : t.'amt' The p T .\. wa in enarg.Rtv. I nut represented at the session. easily cause an upset tonight it
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idea t hat of a county-\\'illt electric rurnnt.J C A. Iohtrg-, t.hairman All ftlmmisiclnl'rs'ott'd for the they ever get their plays to clicking. -
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chamber of commerce and the E. Sullinger was named as I resolution except Paul Hanlin, ,

present Resources Development mamh'nance man for ttt city 110)- : Farlner Replant I Canal Point, who did not rote e- The Blue Devils had little

Board is an outgrowth of that lice radio system, and X, L. Garrison -I 'i cause he said that bt' had "not t r 0 ubI t' running through the
Green Bean
llit'a Now, Clarence has another as.-islant athletic coach fo: Crop} been sufficiently ad\'ist.'d" of the Stuart Tigers to the tune of 32 too
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idt'athat of a railroad from Belle the Pahok'e High school, was i iI ACL's apphration. on Thursday evening fit last

Glade to a deep water seaport- named as city recreational director : Farmers in the Lake Okeecho- I C. Y. Byrd, Dl'Iray Beach ('OMn1i.siont'r I WH-k. Star of the game wa. Half-

either Fort Lauderdale or Miami.Men I I bee vegetable growing area were in moving the endorse- back Frank Gillis, ace defensive

with ideas and the will to Councilmen I. 11. Lair and F. M.Shaughnessy I merely halted momentarily by the llIrnt of FEC, said four membt'u hack, who started the scoring

work to bring those ideas into and W. p Walker, ( late October flooding rain which in an informal session after their spree in the first quarter with 1Oyard \

reality make a country row. Who city clerk, were named on a committee destroyed or heavily damaged last meeting had agreed to support nln through right tackle

know, maybe Clarenre' idea of a to confer with a tax specialist thousands of acres of maturing; the FEC proposal because of its and ended the scoring in the third

railroad from Belle Glade to a in working out city tax assessmtnts snap bt'ans : planet nng and investment in thecountj' quarter when hl' intrrreptrd a

deep water seaport may materialize for next year. During the last week they were which factor out'fighi'.ttht' Stuart pass on the Pahok 30 and

. It it does, it will bi a disc The application of \\'. Fears ttJ busy in the field salvaging a.c A CL' opening of more new ran 70 yards for a touchdown

tinrt :asset to the Lake region. A repair the property 01 Main st. ; much of their crops as possible territory in the Everglades.v. Rodney Connell, the Blue Devil

pat on the bark now and then which ht recently purchased for a I and replanting on warm land \ D, Brunslm, 1'IXtli.i... ion seat back, also made two tourhd.wns -

helps to spur a fellow on in his t f- furniture store, was tabled for I Harold Rabin, Belle Glade broker freight agent, told) the hoard that one in the ,F'on,1 period

forts to make his home furUtr consideration! because of estimates that ,000 acres have the ICe would hold its hearing on when hI' sprinted 21 yards around

ty 3 ht ttt'r place in communi-j the deterioration tlf the building, been replanted to fall bean in th the proposed lines here Dl'c. a. left end and the other in the third

o, I:1\', g-o to it, CItt: lake area which will furnish 3 The Okt'flanta Growers an I quarter When ht' took the ball
o I - --. --- ; late fall crop. Processors Cooperative mill, which I from Quutrrh.1'k'ilbur Geiger

Commenting on the united front I I Rabin loaded five cars of snap i is t41 ht served by the new railroads on a r'wrs.plav and sailed

presented by those who askHI the Instructors Resign bear: out of the Glade last week is in the final stages of con- !) through left guard for a 15-'artl

State Hold department for a nt'I I At Pahokee School anti anticipates a fair market this strUt tion. j I run to pay dirt. The other touchdown -

1'\:111 between l\\hokt't' and Belle I \\wk Prices, hI' said, range from --- -.--- I was made by Fullback

Gladt', the XI\'t'mht'r issue of "He- I S22:> to $1.50 per hamper for snap Thomas Dickson who'tnt
Prinri3rl D. D. C'JUlhll an- CrossingLights !
sources Dev lopnitent! no a r d ;: beans, depending on variety and through center from the 3 following -

Deus:' puhli.ht'" in't' t Palm the olnct's: ttaehing the following. taf and changes in i. quality Prices to the cannery In Are ITp At South Bay j jSOI'ThI I a iI-yard march down field by
: personnel
heath, hal the following to say: I bulk range from $1.:,.) to $2.25 at --- I the Blue Of'\b. The two-f1Oint
st P.l okt't' Schools:
"President deMoya appeared at tw mfiwnt. : ll.\Y Railroad erossinhautamati I safety was mad when a Stuart
the \\'t't; Palm Brach meeting ofhe I anported --- -. _ : warning t'tctnc lights punt was blocked by John Ogle
second
teacher
State load Department, rep. the Elementary grade School at Surplus Property were installed on the crossing oi and the ball oounct'tJ into the Tiger's -
replacing
GI,1dt'.Phokt'' end When it tame to
Belle zon.
ft''t'ntlnltht' \ : State Hoatl 2.ii over the Floridi I
joint committee, urging PriOritY'1 Irs.rtsigneJ Myrtle Johnson who recently Sale Is announced East Coast Railway at South Bay 1 kicking the extra point however,

for a new road hl't\\'h'n : this wt'f'k. the \\'I-t hall \\/'II.1n't) t .have and
Mrs. t1 W. Byrd, Sr., ha+ tendered I II
romnmmties. Led by Commissioner : Claude S. Jones, head of the I A special crew out of Ft. Pierce I irnrnn.d: on par" 11
her resigratt'n as manager -.- --
Paul H.1rtlm and the County': :l'al Veterans Service office, an- : made the installation bringint: I
or the school cafeteria, effective 1tI
Commission and hackt'll by Mr. dt- i : nounCfS a government surplus their own service car and living Ilontel'nlin Day
the end If Ut ('hristmas holiday
Ilanll his committee in perfect: I I 'property sale of nearly 2JOO mititarytpt quarters and remaining on the j' hi
period Her wIll ht' filled
pnition Final Plans Made
r.arnwny this t'l\lqut'nt and united > motor \'t'hld's including -until Ue light were turn..d on. I
1--y- Mrs. Ralph Stanlry.I .
group pk u.1dt'll the State toad : : 263 passenger rars. Certified fight high power red hunker
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Miss Ann
I I Mary Major has resfined -
Department to give number one I veterans of World War II111 lights were installed four visible Final preparations have term
: as Junior high English and I
I'rwnty to a road which for year I have first chance in the fi\'(-tav from either side 3 distance of more made for tb big lIomK'oaUJt
math'r.1Jtlr: Iflstrcto effective
has been a matter \f controrersey.Our I sate of these vehicles which starts than half a mile, thus giving the Day at the Pahokee Metttodlat
FndIY Her to beflltd. i I Imlltonst
pn.'lttnn IS yet
hats are off t\ Paul .1rJm I on :\O19 at the War Assets Administration ample warring of danger:: Church thin coming Sunday.Rev. .
Mr ( .udill sad 1 !
: \\.Ir..J1Y.
the Cttmt1mnlll Wn, and I warehouse in Fast before rf'a'h1r. the rrosi'l which I Ita. Frwl! L. Martin of Live

thanks to the state float D"I'trt-l.i Pomt. Ga. \'tteran. interested been termed a "thnd cro5. : Oak, fOmff pastor of the church,

mrnt' In this sale may inspect these \'tI mg" due to the fart that a cltar' will deliver sermons at both the

.-- I New Officers tuned I hides at the Atlanta Ordma.1re: \'It'of the tracks was shut oft by I morning and evening Ifmrf" Fol-

IIItIllN.1\l'E tW R1l'T1sM : Depot Conley! Ga., between the bUllds adjacent to the track. lowing the morning iwrvlce a

Sunday afternoon at four ochxk) I For North lades Dist hours of S:30: a. m. and t p. rn. A number of accidents with f'V- I basket tlinr.r will hr held on the

the 11ntlnan"t'f baptism well bt' Nov 1-15. Aral tatahth' have It'furf'd at thi church lawn. In the aftemoem at
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ItIhlm.tt'rt',1 at the Canal Point Xt'l 'fers have tktn t'ho nI --- -.---- crossing In the pout and County 3 o'clock 3 special program will

Baptist Church, by the Rt'\ C. A.M.t I for the Sort Glades Dstmt The Misses Ruby Jane and Virginia Commissioner Paul Rardn was instnzmental be held in which the newly organized .

>erg t\f Pahokt't" The publics council I'f Boy 5'outjO, O. P. McClure retured recently ::'1 having the lights Installed church orchestra will give" iU

cordially m1tt'J1 Beech was named durman Jess :from a trip to Cuba upon their : as a ghway safety first public performance, out-of.

--... --- Elliott was c o1-en as vice chair return Ruby Jane attended the ore. me-as-I' town visitors wall t. raIled 00f0

.\ ;('.. J o y r t 1Vilztn, small na=' and A J L'elyvas named I dentists 'ontl' In the Ptn- :I for tntf talks! and 0 n McClure

daughter of 1tr and 1trs. Jame committeeman. Members of the r.l\n'la hotel Wtst Pam Beach LEmOS TO MEET I will review the tutory: of the

11. \\'i1:t\n. hag returned to her councIl art: Frank Routt' and ,\1- and Virginia went to Jacksonville A meeting of Fred ad Percy d urc:. AU members, former

1'rmt herr from \\'t'5t Palm Beach bert f-tmd. :-ti= bcrtooJ eommisscnera !I where she IS employed as nutri- Mansfield Poet r-) will be held in members, and friends d the

where lob wa a patient at Good : art Ri\ C. T Howesand ,I ticr.Ut for the State Board of Ittt Wom1l" Club building; oniMonday. church ttroo hoot the state have

Samaritan lIl\ rltat. Dow Ctgtr.: : Nov. IS, at S p no Yfn t incited t.o attu d,

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Page Two The Everglades New., Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 15, 196

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THE EVERGLADES NE'VS

Serving the Lake Okecchobee Farming Region iirFerlilizer
Published Every Frida1
Established 1924 -
Subscription Price 52.00 rear In Advance I II I \

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office \\''' 1 i Works

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Iatter I
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Paul Hardin Editor md Publisher at I
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Ne\\ Ration
Army public relations is beamingly issuing an announcement FERTILIZERSuperior
from the quartermaster corp which joyfully tells of 10
:1 new fire-in-one ration. This information is passed along
for the benefit of the fellows who used to eat such delicacies PoisonBail
as C and K rations-who used to stuff themselves on th05e
delicious dehydrated potatoes and carrots and things like
that. Here's what the publicity release says, and it mar ere
make some ex-G's so hungry the "ll hasten to sign up for it
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service again:
sufficient food for five men for one
Intended to proc
day, the ration, which contains from 3,5GG to 4,5G calories Phone 4201 Night 533 .
depending on the menu, has }been shown by tests to he adequate '
nutritionally, and stable under divergent climatic con- Pahokee Fla
ditions. Arctic testing for stability is planned this wintei ,
With its wide variety in menus the fire-in-one ration has
IH'O\'cd to be highly acceptable to men in combat and field I
Rituations. Weighing 25 pounds when packaged, it may be
parachuted or air-dropped with a minimum of damage to
PATRONIZE TIlE ADVERTISERS
the content
The rations are so packaged that they mar be readilr ......
mule up into fire breakfasts, dinners and gupper )Iany :ed 1
variations of menus may he made hy agreement of the men
participating in group fcedinJ Meat items include beef and
gravy, bacon, frankfUl1ero, pork sausage links, hamburger;,
pork and gravy, roast }beef, spaghetti and meat hall, ham : CHRISTMASfIERCHANDISE
md eggs, salmon or tuna, and ham and sweet potatoe
There were 110 fruits in former ration The new on ha:, Fi
fruit cocktail, lx'aehes} apricots} and sliced pineapple. Canned
bread ha, been substituted fur hicnitfruit erystal} hart
g i v e It:1)' to 'ot'fee, and cocoa i 'furni I1ed in liberal -NOW-

quantities.I Desserts ill t the new ration include fig pudding, :oteamed CL! ;
fruit cake pineapple, rite puddinJ Cigarettes hare been incrttsed -
: ( from 10 to 20 per man per day The canned soup at' : I Ii ON DISPLAY
pro\'ided are considered highly palatable} ai- are also the canned : ',
such sweet potatoes, corn, lima beans, ton1a'os 1 I
vegetables
ag ; I' antI make selection while ourstock
and snap hean I IXO i :; Come in teiny your
The new ration, as the old, contain ran Openers, SI pon tes ; ,, i is full A small down payment trill keep your
fur washing purposes, toilet paper, towel, solp. heat tablets: (' I I : elpdiol1 un our Ily-a\\'a shelf until ('lu'lstnlas: eve.lie .
and halazone tablets for purifying drinking water. Luxury sure to shop (:\1'1)'.
items such as candies, chewing gum and accessories are in- the !I
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November 15, 19H The Everglades e\\'s. Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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and a census blank will be left
This Week's Persona..el .
y with a self-addressed :tamped en- I,
\'elope. The census will be carried

through Port 'Iayaca, The aim is
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; to complete te survey beforE
Ctristmas It is felt that suet a FOR.
census will be of great http to the i .
church workers of the community

j in the planning of future work. I PILE DRIVING . . LUMBER .j.jI
; Ire: finding will be hared freely
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rdrkifi
i with the!: Canal Point Baptist I CONCRETE BLOCKS CEMENT
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, Church and duplicate cards of information -
J to x/ /;'! I
for each family will be I
Phone Our Main Office . .HeUe Glade 2j
I made by Mr. Blair for the use of

I the Baptist minister when he ar-
y aMy rives. The full cooperation of the
I community will be greatly appre-

ciatd,
: Te Methodist Youth Fellowship i: At our store We have samples in

{ and north of I
held outing
a picnic
Stock of Xationally Famous
Port \layara on armistice Day
lOver thirty young people attend-

I f'd the outing, including several i GOOD\"E\R RUBBER
f'k xy"a 'members of the Pabokc-e IYF

aI\ Transportation was furnished by FLOOR COVERING
Elwood Dalt. D. L. Hooks and the i I
d minister. Covered dishes were :
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\ shared by the members and a Venetian Blinds made to order in wood or
royal feast was spread at the
metal. Estimates
Cheerfully Given.Windo .
noon hour after a short obStri i j
I / ante of te! significance of Arm-

Sf 171K istice Da\ Games of football, v and Bathroom Curtains and Shade and

_____ bast'ball! ni1 swimming preceded Linoleum Iurs: Gx1 and ,1x6. Used Dresser
__ the ,
a'.i _______ the luneh. Those attending
__ outing were Elwood Da rt. Carol llattresses and Hot Cater Heater5.
Snyder, Z.1I3 Jones, Jane Hamilton. '

Sarah Dart Jimmy and

George Hozelle, Charles Hamilton,
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DillJt'l'Di;an, Max Wilson Tom
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Di.'ksnn, Mary Ann Howes, Frank
,. and Joann HOi'enb'r. Patsy Max'n -

., Julian Snyder. Russell, Benny
'. n'Id Mary EIpn! F.ims, Iyra Cmthlrd Glades AppHarrce

Tinker Christian Joan .
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/,4 Sheppard, Bob SchroderVarga- I
;. ' et Powell, Mary Helen Hook,, Corporation
o': :ii; sr Barbara Maxwell, i'
;.:..ii .{ : :.,. James Latham i
,"p'm,1I Browning, and Stanley'Hooks.

Te otin'a; ponsr.d Office at Terminal in Belle lade;
FUANK SIIAUGII . Above IS shown th, ggrmal Shauhnf'S : b; Rev and Irs. Blair, who i
\' at hL desk in the office of Uw Glades Equipment inPahokee.
company
the Furniture store in force Block!
road quite a: fine a time as
lie IS the proprietor of this popular concern which hand
the International Harvester Line in the Lake Oketchobt-e He ion, members-of the-IYF.---- j' STOnE PHONE ::121
It was hack in the fall of 1935 that Mr. Shaughnea-y came to Pa- -
hokee to take over the International dealership after spending IS 1 :,P.lltin StlPtH: I Belle Glade. Fla.
years with the Harvester Company as traveling representative in This Saturday night in Baptist !
the southern stah's. That ht' has malt a complete SUl't't'ss of the Fellowship Hal of Pahokee, a sp t-
dealership goes without saying and his friend, are numbered by his I8equaintances. ghetti supper will be served to the II
At present Mr. Shaughnessy is a mtmht of the Pahokee i members and friend of the YounPeople' - ,.
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Training I
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term lit' is a member of the Pahokee Rotary dub and one of Pahoi i !
kee's church 'Irs. Margaret \Vilkin.on, TTtXU MEETING county board, Jack Engram of
outstanding contributors to worthy charitable causes. He and
Ir9. Shaughnessy have a home on Barom Point road. Their daughter, I Social Vice President and her com- I Carmen Salvatore is in Tallahassee -. Lake Worth and Mr. Salvatore
Miss Jeanne. recently graduated from the Traphagfn &hool of :mitt(' will prepare for forty per-I where school legislation Is : are representing Palm Beach coun-
Fashion in New York and is now employed in Miami as an artist I sons A program of games will be being formulated for introduction ty at the meeting
and style creator. A son, Edgar is teaching in Dallas Texas, conducted by Muss Clark Hull, at the 1919 session of the Legislature. -I --...
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Religious Census I faith as a guide for our li\'nig to- James Harry Wilkinson, Jr. is th; president of the State Association : Nathan Mayo of Tallahassee was
day. The text for this sermon, president A most cordial invita- of School Board ('mbt rs, An- a business visitor in the Glades
Taken In Canal Point ; "You Can Share the Joy of the tion is extended to all unaffiliatej otl1tr member of the Palm Beach .I I area the past wft-k.

I Lord!" is from Xehemiah 8:10. young people of this area to visit .
The Morning Worship service of ". . for the joy of the Lord is this union which meets Sunday .
the Canal Point Methodist Church your Etrf'ngth." This promises to I evenings at 6:30 in Fellowship I

at 11:00: A, 11. will feature a Hrm- bt another: outstanding evening of Hall I
on on the theme ",A : ....----
Sure.Fire fellowship.
Way to Ut' Completely Iiserabl ". : The mini:ter. Rev, William T. j I 11\\' PIE Can Yon It !I t

The service will bt' preceded by Blair, has started a complete religious -; The Young Pl'opIe's Bible Class I Imagine
Sunday School under the direction : census of the entire Canal of Pahok'c
of the First Baptist I i
tlf N. V. taxslln with a class for ,Point communit)', Starting at the I !
everyone, young and oM. north city limit of Pahokee he Sunday School conducted a hay ;I For the first time in five year, we now haver i 1

The evening service at 7::30 P. IS t'lllingat t'\'t'ry home in an ef- ; ride Armistice Day e\'ening. Mrs. a really satisfactory supply] of gun shell ammunition :
M. will with another ; Stella Mullis, teacher and Mrs.V..
open group fort to determine the church mem- : ;
un our shelves. both for shotgun awl rifle
If Tillis in chan e, Following
were
favorite gospel hymns. The btrship or preference, If any, of I
sermon will Lt the sixth and last i all people in the art'a"hHt' no the ride soma twenty engaged in use. Better get your supply before the hunting

in the series of our Chr.stma' one IS home, a card of explanation a wit'nt'r roa! t. season opens up.


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have in tCck now a limited number of Fuel I

Oil heaters, jut the thing to keep} the hume at

riht; tt'rnrpratufl' laying) the cold! snap,,
THANKSI IPHOl'D


OF nun BALCOXIES


The Belie Glade Cabinet Shop has done a swell
I \ h to take this UPPul'tunity of thanking those
job in providing us with much needed stock anddisplay

\\'ho helped in fighting fire at n1Y club last room where you will find a large anti mod-

atul'day n101'nin I'n1 g"l'ateful 1'01' this SI)11'lt of'iendly ern assortment of household! utensils for most

f co-operation and haH ah\"ays ren1Cn1bcl' every use in aluminum, copper, enamel and pyrex

the excellent Work by the fire departn1cnt and wares.

roluntcc1'5. \rf have :1 few orders of galvanized field fence, I I.Iiir.l'h

width. It's yours, if you want it. {:

Once A new delivery of SPHF.AD, \\'hiteral! Finish
11101'C. let nle sad', TIIIS!
t Enam.J?. in root:; ('OOf: The women folk like it

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Page Four The E\'erglad Xew Canal Point, Florida Frida)'. November 15, 19t6


UX'S nmu fL.SS Miller and 11'hidden and their tor well known to many in this I

New ntemhers: and increased attendance rrops are in the lead in the con- area will be the speaker. He will I 'VEnt KITE

continue to be the joy of test which will close the last Sunday be presented by Ellsworth Kee:1.

the Pahokee Ien's Bible Clas. I : of this month. The dinner I group captain. I IN PERSON Nov. 20
the goals of two for the men and boys on the night
Step by step The Class Quartet will present
hundred on roll and one hundred in of Monday November the 25t1'.1 a special program. More about

attendance are brought doser to will be "group recognition this outstanding program will be .
\Villiams noted ora1LL i
matf.'rialization. Messr..11'atson. Dr. Russell a given later. This Sunday the

,i I teacher, He\ C. A. Ioberg, will
'II present the next in the interesting-

I W.TC1ns TII.\ 11.\"f: UEIS series of lessons on "Paul". T:e y -

I IS )1\ 1I0l' I subject "Rig-hti..ts and Leftists" is I ANDXJS,
of particular importance in \'eiw \

OVER 90 DAY I of the trend of the time Those Sr ok 1ountainI

planning to attend will be glad to

know that the one in charge of I
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Will Be Sold For ChargesI Sunday's musical progz'am11 :

present the Pahokee Baptist La-j YELMAeaorw aPAPS TMMI y
I / s SpN
.H" tU ICEMlEI1: : 1, 1916 I Ii dies Quartet. i S WAID I JAS 1S
XsDMA f
These'ocalists.. the Mesdames !

i L S. L LINDSAY I C. A. Ioberg, 2nd soprano: R. !
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Grime... 1st soprano: C. Baker.
JDDIIE HIDDLE &: 1115 II.\IDIOXICA also
! .Jt\nuu: : IJ.\1I0KEt:, rL.\ contralto and T. W. Knight. alto. I
I The accompanist is Re\ Moberg. 1FOltl) HCSII the Singing: high Sheriff
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I The greeters selected by Fellow- : All Former Stars of
9 ship Vice President Claude Shirley :

-- - "-,.' -. .ooMillL ;;;;:;;--""' .. .. to serve this Sunday will beMessrs. '
"f' f
Buddy Cochran and How- : The GRAND OLE OPRY

I ard Holman. Those succeeding in !
Fine Cloth For GIGANTIC FIREPROOF TENT
HERBERT'S entering without a handshake by i

len and Women lither of the:=:e gentlemen are entitled \Dll"TS ijr CIIILI>HEX under 12 r4.\ar.; 2c;

J to a soda fountain visit as : (tax included)
:7 I I '
TO IE.\SrnE
T.\II.OHED \ guests of said gentlemen A most

have Your Ladie5' Clothe Tailored 1t1 cordial invitation is extended to. RESERVE! SEATS 2Jr.Tax Included

By A lan'5 Tailor all unaffiliated men of this area ; DOORS OPEN 7 P. )1. SIIOW STARTS S P. )1.
,
I and \' itors. The class meets Sunday
! v( at 9t5: in Fellowship Hall on Show Ground at Fair Grounds P.\1I0IiEE

,i AL BELCHER : Bal'om-Point-Road..--

I BOX 876 PAIIOKEEp ? Des leet'ontllw.l ,
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BERRY FUNERAL HOME
-- ; the Blue Devils registered n. 1:.

'J'I ; (!ftt'r'e1\' tOllchdl\\'n.
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i men in good condition for tori.'t's Ambulance Service
H. F. Goodrich Silrertown Tires That
I : fray with no changes i:1
I the regular lint"-lip. Pass (lefem '
was stressed in the Bhlt Devil Paholiee Ph 2JOI: Belle Glade Ph 2-17
: Outwear Prewar Tires
'TlIiHtkeitm this week as the

I Trojans are expected to take to -

Ow air in attempt to bypass '
an
, !:, tt' : rulJlwr dt'\'t.toI.rd! by B. F. Grotlrich makes Silver
; the crack Pahokel' line which has
' towns run coder, wear longrr. Stronger cord more cords
'I stepped all opposition stone roM -
per inch, and an extra shock-absO!ber breaker trip pro- I
:'so far this season and folr its \OS- .iE'YELH\9 IUSIC
I ride for a stronger tin bodr. Wider, flatter tread puts weight is rated u one of the best PJA

I more rubber on the road to share the wear and gives quicker : high school forward walls in the

IJeUl.'r traction and more safety !
I I stops I I tatr.Extra bleacher scats have been J. 11' Il A S II L 1 E \TJEWELEH
WiIIl'r, flatter tread
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I :is"u ,rullJ.I'r tire hotly fi.OU.1j $16 1 0 : installed for tonight's game and : : Belle Glade. Fla
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HUlltlhh"'k.ah..urht'r breaker ..trill" the hand of the two schools will

Plus tax share honors in entertaining on'
I the firM at the half. GO TO CIIITHCII SITXIA

'VE HAVE IX STOCK Probable starting lineups:
Pahokl'l' PliS. Lake Worth
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(;.(.ooxl6-)() I ply .1.50x21 .1 1 ply' .I.3tham Sims Ie It Atwater Tuttle .
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().OOx G 6 ,ply 5.50x ; .1 1 ply Spooner Ig Hatcher I
\\'t athers c Stuart I

().50x16 .1 1 ply Easy 'ferus Baker rg lcig'1' Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

Salvatore rt Cites ,
7.50x16 6 ply .As Low As Frt'md re 1l'Coy IGt'igt.r of all size, and varieties for

63,50x15.4 ply 81.25 per week Gillis qb Ih Tompkins Barns'R. I your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

Connell rh GroseT. :

I Dickson fb Warriner

'Henderson Texaco Stationj j official: I {'frl't" Mock: umpire. as you like it. \\'c an organized and equipped to doa
Xenwc: field Judge l'nwin: heal :
i linesman Brown. thorough jot from plan to completion of planting.As .

1'111)11: Sill 1'\1I01i U: :. 1'1.\ I

t. Mrs. Thomas Lynn and daught- I always you arc

er. Carolyn of Sara.--ota spent the Ii welcome at our
i past week visiting her parents. ;

Mr. and Irs. A. Q. Howell in :
11'ItiEhihi: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
1 Canal Point. They returned home
Mr. CIty Limits I, \'est Palm Beach, Florida
I Sunday evening with Lynn I
who motored down for a weekend :
; visit. I' ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
FOR SALE --. .. 1 I
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Irs. Tom Kirk substituted forI t

Ned I\ochl'r. mathematics instructor :

and Irs. Arch Blakey for
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1,760 Acres Miss Ann Major, English and -
mathematics 'acher at Pahoket'

HIgh School the past wet'k.
Authorized Dealers . .
In The Deep Muck I rue: (.IItTIT ContI I \ U FOR
I'\DI nnrll flll'STt1 Cllun\
ell t t ntu.. 11J3i I 11'ISCONSIN \lIt COOLED ENGINES
DOROTHY ELLIS

\\'ith fl'ontag-e on \\\) t Palm Beach \',Patutff. .tLSO HEP.\lIt P.\HTS
I t.\R\'I IS ELLIS
Canal and 1tsenient to ('1'0, lanai Or f'rdant'O1 XEW I'OHT.\BI.E WEl.uEH to
: \ !( E: TII .\rI'HR Enahl'lin u"
I IFOn
TO SiT .UR\'I fillS R .1
!1.ii/4i \rncK SQDS 3RD H. do any hind of Steel Cun..trurtinn at any' place
IISS'T'TI:1N T.\l'K nRorr APO 38 Cf) PtrTMISTER ,
S.\S FRANCISCO n.J.
tRNL1T"t )1:1nllfartuft'r OfIHHIG.TIOX
are ht'M'hM'r:?Ad ) h'j "
::. !!:P .!)r.t' C'Jt:rt 1. :h" Z1 '!
837.00 .,, ; .1N1) DH.\IXAGE) Pt'Ml'S
per acre fl ,rebP? A D 14 at t!:" C "J"!
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H. .:: WI' Pan! Rl'a'h Pam: n"8.'"
(' !.'r F. rda to Ar-. !" '!'." R..: IIYIHLrue IOI.E I)1L1INS)
.. .C'mpalt: for Dne.t' fiPd; .i't:
Ot't'er t \d I sttltj/ct to p1'lor gale I and i r(1, :- ,thp.a" S.."1>..'"\\I'a n.'I'r.\t.Pr.'cd...'''''oP.o '-',:'''..,a.9, ,\. WEED (,1I0PPEHWI

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Friday, November 15, 1916 The Everglades r\ew, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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the weekend in Pahokee visiting of Live Ooak will be the house l.s. n of man in Whom there is no
..wrMr. her mother, Irs. Bessie Cranford.S. guests of Mr. and Irs. 0 D Car-
ht'lp His breath goeth forth, hereturneth
T Joyce i3 a patient at the penter this weekend.
'I Everglades Memorial Hospital this Mr. and trs. J. C. Thomas and to his rl'uth: in that

wt ek. children pent the weekend in Sa- very day his thoughts perish.
Mr. and Mrs. W L Wilson of rasota visiting his brother-in-law Happy is he that hath the God of

and Mrs. \\'. E Culberson Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and sister, Mr and lrs. Fred \\j Jacob for his help, whose hope i is
and son, WHeJ', of West Palm and trs. John A. Dulany Sunday.Mr. Han Mr. and lrs. Lloyd HundleJ' of in the Lord his God" Psalms H6:

Beach spent the weekend visiting Wilson is director of State Mr. and Mrs. Claude S. Jones Pahokee announce the birth of a 3-5,
relatives in Pahokee.Mr. Farmers larkets spent the weekend in Hialeah son, Wayne Scott, at Good Samari- The Le& Sermon also includes

and Mrs. Richard Brooks Mrs. Andy Iycheyk of Fort visiting her parents Rev. and lr.5. tan Hospital West Palm Beach, the following passage from the

had as gue,t Sunday Mr. and Irs. tyers is the guest of Mr. and S. B. Jordan on Tue5'day. Xov. 12. Christian Science textbook, "Sci-

J. It Fraser of Fort Lauderdale Mr,. J. E, Unwin this week. Mr. and Ir5. Aaron De\'ane Mr. and tr5. Lloyd losley of ence and Health with Key to the

R. F Phipps spent the past lrs. E L Alston, who has been haw r e t urn e d to Keystone Belle Glade announce the birth of Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:

week visiting his mother, Irs. Joe the guest of her son-in-law and Heights after a visit with her a son at the Everglades Memorial "In the illusion of life that is here

Phipps, in Asheville, N C.Mi's daughter, Mr, and Mrs. G Lawton brother-in-law and sister Mr. an.l Hospital on Xov. 12.Mr. : today and gone tomorrow, man

Lillian Kimball, student at Sims, in Canal Point, went to Mrs. William IcClenithJn in Pa- and Mrs. James L. Motes of would be wholly mortal were it

the tontverd School, has return- Clewiston on Thursday of this hokee.Mr. Bdk Glade announce the birth ofa not that Love the divine Science,

ld to her ,tudies after a visit with week for a visit with her son, Dave and Mrs. A Golden of so nat the Everglades Memorial destroys all error and brings immortality -

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Alston, before returning to her Bronx N. Y.. visited Mr. and lrs. Hospital on Xo\ 9.Mr. to light" c p. 303; : 22.27): .
and Mrs. .-..-
Kimball in BrJ'ant. home in Richland, Ga. C. B. Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gray of -

Tommy L. Burns left Monday I Irs. Charles F. IcQuaig, Sr., J. T. Fuqua in Pahokee Tuesday Canal Point announce the birth Arch Blakey and his brother,

for Hocht'stt'f, linn., where he and sons Ray and Royce, of Or- while enroute to Iiami.C. of a daughter at the Everglades Cohen Blakt.'Y of Orlando, have
Memorial Hospital on Nov, 13.Mr. ; been called to Tulsa, Okla., by the
will receive medical examination lando are guests of her brother- Griscom Johnson was able to
and treatment at the Mayo Clinic. in-law and sister, Mr. and Irs. R. return to his home in Pahokee and Mrs. Dewey Hughes of death of their father, F B. Blakey
student J. Schroder, this week. from the Municipal Bryant announce the birth of :1
Ora Fay Cranford, Monday: Tampa '
son at the NOTICE TO ( .\1: UK\J.llt.-
Evreglades Memorial
at the University of Miami, spent Rev. and Mrs. Fred L. Martin: Hosptial where ht' was a pa-
Hospital on Nov. 13.CIII'PiCII i The City of Pahokee will receive -
tient for several weeks.
-- -.-- bids up to S p. m., Tuesday
Mr. and trs. tally Palmer and
I W CHIUST, : November 26, 1946, for two 11.2
of Miami were guests
daughter SCIENTIST ton dump trucks (How body). Spec-
here Tuesday of Mr. and Irs. :
IORTALS AND DDIORT- ifications may bt' secured at the of-
James II Wilson.
TRIANGLE ALS" is the subject of the Lesson- lice of the city clerk at the town
Mr. and trs. Phillip Lance and
Sermon which will be read in : hall in the City of Pahokl'e by all
infant daughter Tana Zane, havearrived
Churches of Christ, Scientist. : interested billJer.s
RESTAURANT from \\ est Palm Beach
throughout the world on Sunday, i The City Council reserves the
for a visit with her grandparents,
November 17', : right to reject any and all bids
Mr. and Irs. Gene Butler, and I
In Canal Point The Golden Text i.s: "Thou art Done and ordered this 2nJ day
other relatives in Pahokee.Mrs. I I
and Irs. no more a servant, but a son; and : "If October, 1946
Ruby Chaney
heals] Short Orders Charles Bennett have returned ''if a son then an heir of Gal CITY COUNCIL

through Christ" cGalatians -1.1, I City of Pahokef,
Elick
fl'nIU a visit with Mrs
Curb Service Among the citations which com- i Pahoket', Florida
i Chaney in Lake City ,
ptise the Les5 n- t'rmon is the following By \\'. P. Walker,
later Brewton has accepted a
from the Bible: "Put not City Clt"rk.
'Iii 1 A. M. position as extension went at the :
Open agriculture experiment station in I i your trut: in princes nor in the I Pub: Oct. 21, Nov. I, S, 15, 22, 196i

I hristiantfd, St. Coriz, Virgin !
I"and. lit accompanied Mr. and I i
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Mrs. (,1lIIdt' Jones as far as Miami

Sunday and from there left hy

II }lane for Christiansted.C .
I
!d. and MN. J. W. \\0011 ant! Everyday Iteins.e
\Ir. and! \Irs. William Daughty
SEWING MACHINE EP\IRS
I i and children of Lake Worth visited .

Wood's Mr. and!
parents
For CUlrantt'.'d Gin+flg- Machine Repairs and Supplie.5, ; cpt
Mrs. B. \\'. \\0011 in PahokH' Sun-
'.Hllt' or raIl at I; day. : :)IiHi Pails ;Strainers Bottles Caps


RHODES :1I'1'II:1'CIS.ltenue I! Mrs.? has Clara arrived Eden in P3hokel'of :ltlanta.Ca for a. Casting Hods & Heels Surf Heels

".\" i visit with her sisters Irs. Alma
Fly nods and Heels
IA'lle Glade, n.l : Fanow and Miss Lucille William. '

Free Pickup and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal I Irs. Louia Crosby of West Palm I

Point twice \\'l't'kly. Parts and Accessories for all Brach visited her mother \Irs. J. !

makes and style3. I P. Herring in Pahokee this week.Mr. G. I. Coleman Stoves on Budishot
and! "frs Harris Folds and

__A ., I Sons of Sanford spent the weekend i
I in Paho1\e visiting her parents.Mr. '

and trs. Homer J. Causi.
PATRONIZE THIS ADVERTISERS i .. -... !'I' Electric Merchandise

Progress Made On

I New' S. Building Electric Toasters I Elcctric Irons


Beaters Dishes
Egg
\\0' A capacity congregation greeted -

the pastor l1e\ C. A. Io1k-rg.. '
Pads
S last Sunday night in the first of Heating

th especial sermon teachings on'

1'A \)Vout' Truth"m htly:' First Dividing Baptist the Church Word of of I I IPahokel' Corn Shelters Crescent Wrenches

i if An over all hirJ's eYt'1 Trl.c Chains Thcrlnos Jugs
\11'\\ of the chart six by eighteen I

I feet was presmtt'd. This Sunday I ..

R" night the pastor will peak on I

a 'r.eratlOn, Degeneration a 0 d i FI'E.HOOICirculating
Regeneration.:' from the dispensational -!

aspert. It is suggested that :

PENCO DDT all attending bring their Bibles Heater
and notebook. The musical fami-

ptoJurtt. are !'ullc'riur Ilt'rau..c' they ly of choir orchestra and quartet I
are ..cirlltiifallr11nIII11U1111rd to doa will augment the "I1luminated
W "pt'rial job and ,10 il "..II, Cross Meditation Sing." i

At the eleven o'clock hour the j Authorized Dealer
sermon topic will be commt'n."u-

rate with the occasion. All mem- for
PENCO WB-SO-Deslgned for use as water
hers of the Sunday SchMl JUnior
spray, contains 50% DDT,
Department will bf the honored

PENCO UlSION CONCENTRATE-For guests at the preaching service.Mrs. WisconsinAirCooled

water emulsion sprays where minimum H. L. Speer is the uplnntt.'rdi'nt. -

visible residue Is desired. The tE'acher are Miss

PENCa CATTLE SPRAY-ideal for use as : Prcw Ann M iherg. substituting; Motors
C. Santo Mr, Iva'nvdrr
f.r Irs. A.
livestock and barn spray or livestock dips I IPENCa
and the 1f'SHS. C B.tarhng .
DB-SO-Specially compounded for and David 1.'rwin. Mrs

dust applications, contains 506 DDT Technical. W \1 f'lilosl' IS the i t>('rf'tary JNIufl I( ) jlt'1IX T Hr (llit.t kno\\'

t 1I1I-1I1t lour ,I.-Ifllllllllr C.'r a.11 ter 4' III the applirtwn The goal of tint hundred In this
ur thee Ilflllurl" IIIuur 1".trlu'uIJr nrra : ,11'partmf'nt'ith eight classes IS it, l but tlH.ll'e i is a new fi\'c-hol'-e ..Johr.o1 .-

the praYt'r request for the ne'v
budding soon to hou t' this rapidlygrowing :: Sea Ilorse outboard motor \raiting -

KryocidehfY i ruup. The Ladies quartet here for him \\'e are going to
: Will llnr.
:'\ The Sunday School attendance 11)1'1'} him a fe\\' day=-, and di )play j iCIn

\:0 r'ast Sunday fell J..st a f.\\
;'ot\ a r 'flltnfll CRYOLITE INSECTICIDE Iwr11 !, _.' goal of th"f' vrdr..dTi the :;horrindc J\r,

1'11I1111" 1I&llIr31 ..rrrlll.111I"r\IIltlo 11't... 1,1. Surdsy the store w:1:!: he cPra
ltltK of(Iru/rn "':G .1&','"'''' I UIIttft 11I.111' 1'"lllI'r... ( .. it :s hnpffl. The goal
t. "
qu h. II. .. aunu..nd .. tlntlr f1lI .
\ r.trrplllar It ,,
".- hd! it Training Cr -
,' .. ," lour ,11.lrll'"lolr ;" v" ,l last Sunday r.e':'
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... ., . Pahokee Supply Co.
:',:-':": lPtnfe9 15 prtisinR! ri'V'G.It f. ;

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: ' I'\'t'r': phase of :FtV.hl' .-
1 r 'Y da\. so .!.i.ir. :
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Page Six The Everglades Xews. Canal Point Florida Friday, November 15, 19t6

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'" for a job and winds up at the I \lH'LT UNION SOCIAL ing with Irs. H. T. Williams, : tended the tYF carnival at the

Cinematic Chatter .-chool of pickpockets in Paris. : Lat; Friday night what turned group leader, in charge of are home of Mr. and trs. B. Elliott.
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out to be the of Irs. Williams -- -
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By Malcolm Millar See goes through with the studies I
I socials" was the order of the occasion -: assisted by Mr. Williams and trs. I Ir.s. Sadie Barwick, Pahokee
and turns out to be of the
" one I entered into by more than : P. 33!. Cate, Jr. Following the I florist, attended a florists convention .
What a gal was "Gilda", and best pupils, plying hEr trade along.i,30 members and friends of the hayride party the entire group at- : in Miami this week.Adw ,

what a gal is Rita Hayworth in I the avenues of Paris, until she ac- I Adult Training Union of the First
that part, with Glenn Ford, George cidently picks the pocket of an ; Baptist Church, Pahokee. Social +tLa.e t
IcCreadJ' and Joseph Calleia, to ambassador. I Vice President C. R. Wroten and i ii
aid her in this very charming show The ambassador is captivated i his assistants the Mesdames C. R.t fiom-where 1 sitJy'Joe Marsh

that )'ou'll never forget, and which with her beauty and cleverness in Wroten, H, Barnes, W. Kemp and .
comes to the Prince Theatre for working He induces her to go to L. Jaudon served a most delieou3 -

the two day run, this SundayMon. the embassy with him, she is dinner ham, chicken and all the

day."Gilda" dressed as a lady, and she picks : trimmins'. The games program How to Handle
is a modern story of the pockets of some of the highest : conducted by Irs. W. M. DuBose

luxury and love in the years gone ranking officials of other countries and the Iobergs will long be reI I Fortune
a
by this type of yarn would have winning much valuable information membued as one "good for what i;
bet placed against the Cote for her employers. Yep, ails you." It was voted to make !I

d'Azur background. Now the it's a dandy! I this a quarterly event. Mrs. D.I I Some month ago J reported in with the Misus sharing a mellow

background is Argentina and Uru Saturday on the double featured : Young is the president of this rapidly I the Clarion how Mel 3te's untIe glass of beer with friends.

quay, where a gal like the one program comes the Deadend Kids growing Union. died up north, and kit him with a From where I sit, Mel has
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Rita portrays can get silk stock. ..in "Live Wires", which is an ab- -- tidy fortunt'. learned the art of handling money
ings without difficulty, and rare sorbing picture with plenty of ho- ENJOY 11.\\'mnE '
Naturally,our town curious -as well as handling proplt' You
mental cloths for evening dresses.It I kum and action. Members of the Pahokee Methodist was
"Kit Carson" is the Western to see how Mel would spend it: don't let cash.in-the.bank push
is a honey of a story with a I Intermediate Youth Fellowship -
whooping fine cast and a picture i picture with Allan Lane in the group enjoyed an outdoor Traveling around the .you around any more than you
I Jettir.g a new house or car . let people push you around. If you
that I can recommend to you high. i lead and said to contain enough ; party and hayride on Friday even-
ly I action for the most avid Westem i i wearing fancy clothes . or dinlike the simple, homey lire; corning .
I fan I : on COU peasant and champaniQnship and quiet ways; a glass
Tuesday Wednesday Dan n y See you at the mo'ie9tal. CIIIROPItACrOR- r.; .,? of beer and friendly talk-tnnt's
Kaye, who is winning so many I i I'I'r
worth a fortune, after all!
fans daily, and Dinah Shore, per. ...- i WEST PALM Bf\'U We tan now rep9rt, Mel h3 n't
sonality singing star of many of i '-loll. Tet.: Wed. chin t'l a lit: !Drop in O hint r.ny
our tintst stage and screen plays I frs. Frank Rozelle and Mrs. ,I Thm-BELLE F'l GLADE& Sat. I, n.h. !, ant tta1I find 111m? lihH / (}',(
l ,
in a picture you'll never forget Mike Hoperich attended a training i, shirt; sltevca by the fire, chJHill': (7ll t1 W-
under the title "Up in Arms" I course for Cub Scout den mothers DU. L. 8. .JONES I I
There are some of the most beau- I held in Wast Palm Beach Tuesday S\'f 30l-C: (',)nwau B.dg. -

tiful singing numbers in this show, night. Phone- 3b50 We-t Palm-'ach.- ---Fa.--- ( ';. :.:: N.l ,;1I1..rlui.r.> r/r.f.lllln
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along with gorgeous gals in the
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"line" to p t"the dancing and

wardrobe wearing touches to th:i

masterpiece.ThursdayFriday. ,

Ginger Rogers I r-tf' THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT ENOUGH
will proudly exhibit her new lead. lc l -
ing man, Pierre Aumont, in their )
latest picture "lIeart1x>at" . . NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND

which turns out to be one of the ,

mot dramatic and interesting pictures i, +: We are getting our fair share of the current production -
Ginger has been seen in I
In this piece Ginger is looking ;! of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks

And as strikes and shortages decrease, as the Chevrolet -

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plants are able to produce more and more new

Classified Ads w passenger cars and trucks, weIll get more and more

>ll ."r. i of them to deliver to our customers.

fo't"flC tanks and grease traps i\: .. 'xj l r Meanwhile, as long as shortages do exist, it is our

3Si2.cleaned Bob Douthit and rt'paired., Pahokee.Phone M17ch'OR \'i.I g\ ,,j ;,j + purpose to apportion our share of the new Chevrolets

- --- ( l available fairly and
G justly among the many customers,
SALE: Fine display of New
and reconditioned trailers. Small new and old, whose continued friendship and patronage -

down payment balance like nnt.We are the keystone of our business.
have three lots and carry a
Sewnty.five thousand doll a r s
stock we surely can solve your So that you may have no doubt as to our method of

hotuoing problem. Arthur Trailer

Sales, Fast main St. Pahokee. distribution of Chevrolet
new and
Open from 10 a. m. 00 9 p. m. passenger cars

daily including Sunday tfch trucks make the
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Sl'll ('UW'fISS to The Ever-

glades News cost $2.00 per

)'ear. I mailed several statements
the other day. Some of the folks

receiving them must have overlooked -
the statement because \

checks ba\'en't arr \'ed. Maybe Of POt\C'1'N
this little reminder will bring the A t\ON\
t R
A
necessary checks, -- Pit _" ( l
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asked
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1'IM I.O.1N S from $5,000 up on #::,:.( customs :: :
well located, improved land and 4.A CCESSOR\ES-No\ d'fon of : ..:: '

cattle ranches.: percent interest (1St'-. .. Chevrolet accessories as a con :;; ; lttJ
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{ NeW
:: : :< DU\VERY purc.hase ....... ?
10 to 20 years to pay. PrudentialInsurance E Of t to : .: .
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PRIORITY on
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Company of America.Apply .:. de\ivery.\
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. : : : trucks secunng . ,. .
C \ Bailey, agent. Bell f .;:: N and : ;>'. 4 '
:<.:,: cars serv\ces will\\ be
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Glade, "':t. Box 216, Phone 70 tf J* .:;t..::::;:: essen\a\ \ Public > 'i: *. : .
--- t..t.W.;:: :.'..:; :.. the basis 0 f: l1)) requirements, stAtUS Of 0 RDERS-Customers .;..:; ::
1'OR S.\U:: New Chrysler industrial :. ...'.. 'Yo':., occupatl onal\ 5. eft of the true status ;,::....' .:.f. : :: .
;
::;.:::.N:} :": Ueterans requ .":.: :';"" '
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unit starter and .
. orderss .
power generator l2' med Upon :
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:. \lacing f : .
and automatic shut.off ,14 ::: .::.': f date \0 P to files\ ";.: .
> \ 0 .n our : .1\
.i', .; ; l3prionty\ d ers "';;
Phone In: or 4002 Canal Point. tf ,,4.}t:....:: d of their or :., ..\i1:
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. Chevrolet
nm S.\I.t: One .. . : ,
your
: complete celery >:: .::' .: new welcome / .:...
washer including all electric : .:..... :. .. 7, PR\CES-AU\ authorized prices 6. NEW ORDERs-We ';:: rWtl / .
: the t'me.d ,
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motors. reducers, conveyor chains J: : ti' ::1-- \ at ,.
:. be so Chevro,ea..:" ,..::,
(tr, 111; machine is built in / M .t.: trucks neW :
5cctions .
a
.' .:.:...,' ... of deliVery\ for
and can easily be mO\'l!. I.:::.;..:. ' .. current at time
\\'1lt'r not indlllt'll.! Call
pump .
Knight Farms. Phone 103 Belle .;..;t:.L'. ., ... ": trade-.nwiU be required YOU FOR
Gladt. :'\9: '.:' .\ . 3'IRADE.IHS-N 0 have a car WE THANK
.> : doe s not
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nm S.\U:: I\'pt 'rn machine... -;.,: :,.,. .. from ony customer Of the transac- PATIENCE AN D
peanut roasters, Gt'ten hot ,' of the time YOUR
t of
Zl1 IIt'retnt off nn all fans anti .;.': to dispose; ho do have cars DELIVERY OFlion.

electric .h'k. J. J.'. Olman Pa.hokeeBelle f' > Customers w based IN AWAITING

Glade road near the a\\owanees\\
light plant. I'ahokl't' 3tp :' Hill be gjVen fair value\ NEW CHEVROLET
\ and YOUR
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--- - --- praisal
nm S.\U:: Man's tyll' 111cvcle.in i i I I . on hoes a P .
go("'lnJtion.. SZ5. trs. J of dehvery.
the lime .#:,
R. Faulk, Phone 37.1. He I at

W.\STtU: : Iltotrsekeeper for threaweeks. --'
Tt care of dlll1rm
1CHnISTI
while mover is In h" plt'\1. Live In

'r I\Ut. 1\,", S. F bt't', ltpF'O8
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s.\u:: 4 D. )r Packard Std.1r. I

G\l ConJltlOn. Ilenderson tN CHEVROLETPhone

Texaco Station. Pah"kt't' Up II I I

nut s.\u: Muck 4 yda St 00.
11'est Ps.1m kid S1nd-S1rll 2:371: Phone 7

4 yda $1200. C. A. BltB. llt I
Glare. tf .I Pahokee Florida Cle\\.i5ton, Florida



Friday November 15. 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida I'zge: Seven

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York Fulbright I and Earl A. Lir.dro.se of P.1hokee II! Carr Branch I 8 !n rnGn !Dj
the best man.

Irs. Yo'k i.; a graduate of the ; Mis, -Frank Branch I i On Your Next Visit to West Palm Beach 110 Your 0
Miss Mary Jayne Fulbright, South West Missouri State college : Mary I
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. Edwin and has a brother ,Dr. Harry IS'Fulbright i daughter of Irs. Kate Branch of
Canal Point, became the bride of
Christmas
Collins of St. Louis Mo., became who is a professor at I' Shopping
I' Glenn Allen Carr son of Mr. and Qd
the bride of Van Jackson York, Princeton university.Mr.
son of Irs. James R. York of Pahokee York is a graduate of th I lrs. O. K. Carr at a double ring I -AT- iJII.I.SEY

Thursday evening at the local high school and the University ceremony held at i:30: p. m., d D
Thl Methodist parsonage in Belle of Florida at Gainesville.Following i
Methodist Church. The vows were
to the''
Glade a wedding trip /
will make their ; read by Rev. C. T Howes pastor FOR-
Vow of the single ring ceremony East Coast, they
Mrs. Carr is a graduate of P1- WAU.ETS and BRIEF CASES
were repeated after the Rev. home in Pahokee where Mr. York i 1
Walter Crags. assistant pastor of is a buyer for Southland Prod ; hokee High School, Class of15, CAMERAS and ACCESSORIES
and before her marriage was employed -
the Belle Glade Methodist church ucts Co.' I X TilE LATEST IX nOOKS
at Burrs 1
Dry Cleaning
.
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The bride wore a gold gabardine
plant. Mr. Carr graduated from 'i FOUNTAIN PENS and DESK SETS iJ
suit with brown accessories and a
Schultz VertommenMrs. Pahokee High School in 19..3 and .
I'FRSONAI1 STATIONERY
and her
matching feather hat, corsage iJ
is now employed by John T. PiCK-
was orchids of A. \"ertommen of Pabo- : ett. Sr. Pahokee engineer. (! CIIII.DUEX'S nOOKS QI
Mils Hov.ington
Belle Glade Virginia was the maid of honor kee announces the engagement : Following a wedding trip to I[! PICTURE FRAMES
and approaching marriage of her Jensen Beach the couple are now Q
sister Miss Irene Madeline Ver-i at their home in Canal Point. And Many Other Items for Christmas

hulst, to Earl lun.son Schultz Jr". I .. GiftS
son of Mr. and lrs. Earl Iunson I

K Schultz Sr. also of Pahokee. The I Sandra Rogers Has aa HALSEY & GRIFFITH Inc,

wedding is scheduled to take place Birthday Party ,
on XO\ 21. I 313-l-17 Iatura St. phone 3SS311'est

Miss Verhubt attended the Pa'hokee Sandra Rogers celebrated her t I aIm Beach, Fla QFISEIING
POLITICAL PATHS OF High School. Mr. Schultz fifth birthday anniversary at a 1 E

GLORY OFTEN lEAD formerly of West Palm Beach is i party given by her mother Mrs.v. 8

I TO THE GRAVY I a graduate of Pahokee Hign % H. Rogers in the Woman'sClub
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School. During the war he serwd : I
building Friday afternoon.
" i1 the Navy for three years and i Games were enjoyed and refre..hmenh 1'\HT\ ter, Rebecca Grimes, James harry

I I ,/J'I \ fight months mostly in the Pacific I of ice cream, cake and An Armistic Day fLhing party WiIkin.on, Jr.. Philip Allen Dulany -

I I l/r \HI I area. He recently received his release i punch were served by the hostess, I and picnic was enjoyed near In- Daniel Howes Donald PaJgt.tt. -

I- .r.--" \" .. ;. I.' from the service with the assisted by Sandra's two g-rand- ; iantown on Monday by Mr. and LennilStucke)' and John T.
I-:. .'.. c'rD I rank of first class petty officer. moP ers. Mrs. Maxine Joyce and Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Rt'\ and Mrs Pick tt, Jr.Mr ,
IV J ---.. ---- .....
..i' ." '), i 1' Mrs. J. W. Rogers, and by Irs. C. T Howes Mr. and Mrs. Dan -
.' ",:-> .....'t \ Pickren Miller Marie Kincaid. Carpenter Mr. and Irs. Duncan : and lrs. Norman Smith!

:..-. .. If''I. Guests included Rose Marie: Ht'n.derson. Padgt'tl, Miss Joy Padgett Miss and son, Donald, and Mr. and Mrs.
., .;<. ..;.\,;:.", Helen Ilowesleis... Laurie Leland 11'ebster han moved to
,. ..<'....,. .. Miss Dorothy Miller, daughter Kay Mizell. Judy Chan- Rogers
.::: tfjr.; ., of W. L. Miller. Webb, Ala., and Ier DO1ald'an(' Edward Dan- Miss Barbara 11'roten Miss Lucille Pllmpano where Mr. Smith and

I /t... 'j t' 'j. Earl Pkkrt'n, son of Mr. and Mrs. !! nv Padg-ett. Sonja Lee Harris, RxKaufman I Rogers. Miss Louise Hamilton, Mr. Welliter are operating drag-
.... ;. -U".i.'Jf.hj. .. ..:' :\,. .:: ,IAr J. R. Pitkrl'n of Pahokc. were I II I I Nancy Lee I Miss Evelyn Malay. Carol Carpen- line machin

,\ '.' .'.1'f'J'''l.'!' ) married at the Church of Christ in i: Shirley Ann Kin'raid, ', Thoms.\\ --
: 'l'd.
"
; I Webb on Sunday, Oct. 2i, with :I ton, Tripp Alderman, Joe Alderman I .

Hf\ Leo Patton pastor officiatirg. Saralyn Jean Bennett Ann

I Mr. and trs. Gaston Capps, Rita Burrs Jimmy Swain Bennie

Awl inadequate ili urance I brother-in-law and sister of the Baxter Valerie Geier Bra'n- LtlZ
bride, were attcndants. I da Carter Billy and Gail Jo1nsol'! ,

often points out the path to I' lire bride wore a sl'afoam aqua ; Anita Cowart Janet and JerrcL'pthegrove A

gabardine suite with black acres I Susan and SonnwYounu. '

the courtroom. I so!ies and a corsage of pine cannatines. :. Others attending were .. FOR ALL TIMEBUL '

Dt'forl' her marriage shy! Irg. J. L. Alderman, lrs. Claude

was a teacher at the W.bb Padgett Mrs. Harry Swain Mrs.

School?. Annie Carter lrs. Morris Baxter
,
O. R. HLEECIIIXS Mr. Pirkren served with the Mrs. Harry Seilrmmran Mrs.1v. .

R I-\mfman anti Irs. VinsonHenderson
Seabees in the Navy duringthe
( )aXCh 1'\II01EE
II war with several years of overseas :I r
duty in the Pacific area. lie l i . a

I now associated with Don Billie:'
i Irs. Caudill Named T
and Sort.:, Pahokt'e contractors. I
Mr. and lrs. Pirkren art' not ; head Pahokee VSCSI aoom

at their home in P.lhok'e after I ____ i )f TIM 'Et''I'
i I 11, .tIS
Prince Theatre p'nlinga honeymoon in 8t. D. D. C'audill'as elected I
I Petersburg and Silver Springs. I president of the Pahokt'l' ft'tho--
.. i
dist Woman's Society: of Christian I

Pahokce, Florida Cowart Ahowd I Service at a WSCS meeting Monday I
night. I

'Veek of Nor. 17wwwnIuwuw Miss Jean Lorraine bowd, Other new officer= elected for I I
tL'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George : the coming year were lrs. A. I t4., \ fb
Abowd of Pahokt'.e became th I D. Beverly. vice president: Irs. I %

of Mr. i 1. J. Frasure, Jr.. treasurer: lrs. I
bride of Albert Cowart son

SU11.-:\1011. and Mrs. Rt'ppard Cowart also ofPahokel. I Glenn Abling'. recording secretary: pr. s' ,, :; ', "
I lrs. C. T. Howes, corresponding i FR1ES INCLUDE
,
.'. at a single ring ceremony ,'4
I s.'rrf'taftrl.: D. \\'. Cunningham FEDERAL TAX
held at j p. m.. Tuesday in
"GILDA"Hita Christian social relations:
the PahlkeC' Methodist Church I
activities secretary: tt
and church
w
The vows were read by Rev. C. THowes rIIt.N

lIayworth, Glenn Font pastor, 3. the bridal couple I frs. R. J. Schroder missionary.
education Mrs. n. F.I.lliott. !
I secretary:
stood before the church alta:
Basil work secretary: Irs.
Adolph Ienjou, which was banked with white youth

Hathbone gladioli and tubero...es.Mrs. If Arch Blakey childrf work secretary -

Dorothy Graham pianist,, : lrs. Ralph Stanley. spiritual -
'" life secretary: lrs. II. J. Andersen -
I played hI Lo\'e You Truly" and I #
Mrs.
:
secretary
supplies
the traditional wedding marches
to Sl00.00
$1'.O
Jess M. Elliott literature and publications -
Tues.- \Ved. The bride wore a two.piece aqua secretary.The .
wool suit with black accessories
of the nE'or-
md a small black hat with circu- installation
"IJP IN ARMS"Danny jeers will be conducted on Derember. -
tar .s 'l'ep'til.. Her corsage was
I of orchids.Mrs. I Genuine Cultured Pearls S150.00I
_. .
Katie, Dinah Shore I John D. Bennett was ma.tr"n I :
of honor and Herman Bennett ;Mothers Entertain I
brother.in.law of the bride.he I (Others at 812, 820, 8,30)TatornlaIl : ())
:.t man. :1t Birthday Party

'Thurs.- Following the ceremony are'phon -
('( was held at the home ofllrs. Mrs. Anthony C' Llh art arid

"HEARTBEAT"Gin John D. Bennett. After the lrs. F.llsworlh Keen entertained '\ Shaeffer Parker
bh.ut's home Saturday ;
lr.s.
Duple joined hand In cutting the at
thrt't'.tu'rt..t wedding cake. Miss afternoon with a party held Iotn'ly -

Rogers, Pierre I Fay Ihrfit'lJ presided at the for Mrs. Libhart' d.1ughlt'r.I .. Eversharp Pen and Pencil Sets
I punchbowl and trs. C h a rl to 9I gunny. nn her second birthday ennlvrrsary
lttntuntIouhle I
: I Ur.'wn :1istt'rOf the bridegroom and 1rs. Keen bon

served portions of the cake.Mrr on hIS fourth birthday an-

" '" and lrs. t"owut are spend'ing ni\"t'fS3fj' The Ltbh3rt home wail

a brief hont'moon on the heautirully decorated with bouquets -Je\\'cled Guilford ''Vatches at

Feature ; F.t Coast after which they will of fall flowers for the ocrasion. -

Make tttlr! home in .ibokt't' G:1metwrt' enjoyed and

Saturday here ht' it associated with Cow- parts fa'ors't rt' pre sated teach ,) \ S11.50 S13.50 S19.9

arr Laundry and D" Cleaning guests. Refreshment
rl\nt .'r\'.>d hy th' hn'tps! t.. a group ,
"KIT CI\RSON"
-- --- -- ..f r.t'ghbol'hoo.i children uti ) were

1.10\'" I'IW"H\ :c'.' s i
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Man 1.tni'ALSO I

.It th' 1'1'sI1w luncheon meet- .Il'N1It :""Ofl.I.I ,
:', f tt> Phu't' Lions Club L. I ,':!.'wing the preachr; .. rvre

J I Fraser program; chairman. an- ;I :;crday night the mfmbt-rs cd tt.. Parrish Jewelry Store

"IIVETIRES" r.ur.'l"d rl.1l." fol' hononng: nem I J-t'l' Tr'ur.u: lror F.r4t B-

h.'r .'f the l'uh'h! ,' are veterans I ::"t Church of I"ahokt.... were ennte -

I (It \\\\rlJ W3r II at the cut I :tsired at m social by tr Lot ;e
uTw! Dt'adend Kid" seek. lunch('(). Lynn Notre Red Mon: Circle of the W. M. r Refreshrneuts i Phone .H01 Pahokee

bth= and Lion CUnnib&n of I w.r .n'l"d to abort
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