Title: Everglades News
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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 29, 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: VID00467
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I RECENT \'. Howes Speaks Lake Shore IotorCompany Large Crowd hears I Belle Glade \Wins

To Lions Club Jlenloral! Service

OPERATIONS I \Will Open Foot Ball Classic
I R.". C. 1. Howes. pastor of the A large crowd was In attl'nj- I:

-.r- I IBy Fiat Methodist Church, was guest I For Business Dec 2 ance at the annual memorial St'--
: Of The Glades
I Paul Pardins I rl'aktr at the Tue,5day luncheon vice conducted by the Pahokel' i 13-0

I meeting of the Pahokee Lions Chapter Order of Eastern Star 1.1 I

i I Club Introduced by Luke Fraser, A news husine.. concern will : the Masonic Ball Sunday aftt'- The strong and determined
Last week I toM Hub Spooner
and aYJl1oml Christian how many I' program chairman, the speak throw open its doors in Pahokeeon i noon The memorial service Belle Glade Rams set the rahokf

quail it would take to make 3 i: gave a talk on 'The Meaning of I Monday of r..xt'fek when the under the dirrrtion rrogramwas of Mr-. Blue Devils back on their heels

coral at our house. They said I .:I Thanksgiving." Also on the program Lake Shore Motor Company is Jennie Mcliinstr' with officers of to the time of 13 to 0 in the any
could look forward to such a Donald Padgt'tt played tw J opened for business. The I nuaJ Glades
i concern the chapter taking rart. \lr5. C grid classic played on
number the following twning. i iI violin solos, accompanied at the is to be located in handsome I Lair Field \
I' I a : .\. Iobt"\1 sang a vocal solo I ar.tJigs. t'eInesday night and
Sure enough, the next evening at I piano by lrs. Sydney K Smith' nt w )5.000.00 building on th:' Ralph Grimes and lrs. Duncan :-uK t..l' ila Young M,moria1
sundown they drove up acid ; Jr. I lots across the street from the Padg-ctt sang a durt. Sans I Trophy the Glades 'h3mpion.lOhipb
brought the stated number. When j: It was anno'lnct'd that the cloy I SanderCities Service OJ; company were also 'ung by .t laJit s' quartet + p p-t'St-ntt d by the Lions Club,
those birds were properly prepared -i cleared 5162.7: :) at the water and i composed of Mrs. ( 'harLs ABaker. I to Belle Glade with them,
in the smotber-fried style I like air un'al sponsored la..t Sunday le5.sr.s. \. J. Gamut anti Both teams '
I GeorgeBelk Mr. 'I.V.. K:1i ht Mrs.Grinies i \\'r( tense and overanxious
best, and a of hot biscuits afternoon at the Pahokl'l' watel'front. -
pan i ate the officials of the Lak! and Mrs. .radgt'tt. at the tart or the conest. -
were drawn from the own, I I, Shore concern with Mr. Gamocb'n -- -.-- I t consequently the first quarter -
rouldn't help hut wish that every -- ---- I : president and Mr. Belk se.rtary :- wa a seesaw affair markPdh

Lady had a dish such as that. DliciOll. ,- Fish Fry Attended and tr,aSUl'er. Lions Cup Goes To (1I'11L11and pfnaltie.
; is not a good descript- The new concern is the fa'tory."ppointfd At the start of the second period
in word in this case. Delectable de I for the R.l1ns took the ball the 1'ahukee
e r Dodges on -
I. more to the point. Anyway, I II've By 40 Boys & Dads I Plymouth cars and tricks in this: New Glades Champs 49 and settled down for a

put Hub and Raymond away I' 3rra. In announcingappointment march to the 3. A penalty set
up front on my list. When fellows e.f the new company as Dodges j them back to the 8 where Quarter-
will part with quail on tha fore than forty boys and dads I PlYr.1otth dealer, the local dealers In a colorful ceremony im- back J. T. Harrel tossed a pass
first day of the season they are I joined in a Father and Son 00servance have the following to say: "We mfdiatdy following the Belle to Left End Hay bent who caught
all right in my book. I at Canal Point, Thursday, are extremely proud and happy to I:, Glade-Pahokee foot ball game the the ball and foil into the end zone
I rahokl'e Lions Club Cup was
November 21. The event was a announce our association with two prr- i for the touchdown when tackled
Speaking of food reminds m: I Fish Fry sponsored by the CanJI of the greatest, names in the automotive scored to the Belle Glade ro- on goal line. H rr'l's attempt
that the price of black market Point fen's Bible Class of the industry' It is our purpose I captains and the sponsors, Miss to run around right end for the
sugar iy up! For the past several Methodist Church. The class had to render a ger\'ice to present and I Dorotny Layfield and Miss Eliza- point wa unsucrt's.ful.
weeks black market sugar has passed on a Fish Fry as "the kin future owners of Dodge and I bEth Ste\.t'ns. The presentation At the start of the second
been selling five pounds for $1.25, of a feed that would mean the most Plymouth motor cars, in keeping ceremony was short and impressive half the Rams received the kick.
o my operatives have told meo. to the boys and men of the com- with the quality, dependability with Jimmy Wilson acting off on their own 40 and ran the
But, this week there was a slight munity". This belief was borne out and good reputation of Dodge anal as master of rlremonit's" He ins ball back to their 48 and then
advance Maybe, it was because by the succes.s of the evening Plymouth products" traduced Luke Fraser, program marched to the Pahokt' 15 to
of the need for a lot more sugar SL of fish i chairman of the Lions club, who 'I
I ty-five pounds heaps In commenting on the kind tf loose the ball on downs. A little
to go into the pumpkin pies at of slaw, hush puppies, and gallon service to be expected in the mechanical made the presentation of the cup later they took a Blue Devil punt
Thanksgiving, or maybe it was lof coffee and fruit to the new Glades Champions.
juice were stored department of the neurganization. on the Pahokf'e 42 and marched to
just fluctuation of the marktt. away by those present A. R Ha.- o fessrs Gamut an9Belk I The Pahokt'e team had retained the 7. On the next play Halfback -
Anyway, the quoted price on black rington and D, L Hooks were in said: "You'll always get good'S'f'ire the cup since the first presentation Boyd Koffman ran the ball
market sugar is $2.00 for five charge of the food department, work !in our shop. It will was made in 1943 when they to the 5 and fumbled, the ball
pounds this week. Harrington getting the fi.h and he the work of experienced men won over Belle Glade by a score bouncing into the end zone where
of 39 to O. Again in 19H when
Hooks serving as chef for the evenlag. who take pride in doing a job Tackle Curtis Williams recovered
Mike Murphy at furphy' DrugStore the two teams played to a tie the
riJht. And the cost will always for another Ram touchdown. Fulls
in Belle Glade flaunts the I The minister, Rev William T. be fair and reasonable. i Blur Devils retained the fUp. Last back Billy Bt'ardf'n tossed a paM

following logan in front of every : Blair, led the boys in a series of "You will bE' sure, too, of always year the rahokt't' aggregation to Kent for the extra point.
customer: "We serve the best cup ;: races and games while the other getting reliable factory-engineer- won by a score of 12 to 6 and kept The Blue Devil team appeared

of coffee in the Everglades" Bean men were busy with the fixings. (ld Dodge and Plymouth parts. Wean possession of the cup. to have gone ,:tale in this their

buyers, bean grows, bean sellers, 'I One feature of the evening was JI c keep your car or truck runs I ------. --- last game and first defeat of the
bean graders and all other folks I fL..b-e3ting-ace between the I The lint
r.nig better and longer. Ye season. was unable to
mixed up in the bean deal, who rreaher and Joe "Dodo" Parker we believe it will ray you to let Dr Graham To Open stop the Ham charges and the

haw sampled like's coffee, are of in which Parker took aU h0nori.i us hi' your automotive ht'adquart- XcPahok Office backfield didn't really cliff k at any
the opinion that hip coffee is far i.i The fry was held at the residence ers.Butnre : I tJmt' during the Jamf' Fullback
above the \'frage. Many a hundred of Frank \\'ilgon. the lawn Thomas Dirkson
bt'lDg Dr. and Mrs F.. M. Graham gained practically -
thousand dollars worth of : lighted by two all the .
ramrfires.i have moved from Homestead into I yardage fun up by ra.hobf'
beans haw changed hands over a. \TJ-; Farmers their residence on Southeast Seeon and also played a strong defensive
cup of lik1rlffet'. His store !. I i .\ (' 'ltT: I II game. The closest rahokff'
8tH'et. rah"kt't', which has i
the favorite han -\ut for the
I. 151IenhlerFftrrn been came to the Belle Glade goal wt"
Accept s : remodeled to include a phy- ;
deal fellows in the thriving town
The rahokee-Canal Point Mnisterial the 2tj 1D the first quarter grail
(fife 'r.
:ian (' which Grahar.1111 :
of Belle Gl\d Ibis coffee sells a..sociationill meet next here JOlt the ball on A fumblt.
the f\lturf' B--
open In near !
for 5c a cup. I Monday at 10:30: a. m. in Canal : cr.t'n hands were iru"tlatt'd Statistics:
I fore his recent: discharge from thhsrrn !'
Point. Mies HJrn will tie in a:- into tw: :J*>mtJt'r..htp of thorahokt't' 'il t' Dr. Graham was a member P DO
Elks Official Will tendanre to plan the Florida (hartt'r. Future Farmt'r.i of the l" S Army Medical Corps. First Downs 4 9
Chain of Missions program for I t of Amt'flca. at 3 meeting held at Net yds gained rushing TO 159
Visit Pahokee Lodge this area. I ..- Passes
the high school Monday with rus- attempted G t
I i - --1.Triangle :dent Harry Fri'md pf'sidin It :- 1' :(l.\I. (irE'o\TS Passes completed 0 1

Alex Arnettt', district deputy Restaurant was announced that the membership lams gained:; passing 0 A
grand exalted ruler of Flonda of, the charter now total< Qt. In accordance with the program : Passes intercepted by 1 I
F.lks111 ray hlt official visit to l lanaA'ell1ent Change I It was voted to conduct rt'guar inaugurated by the pastor of ttf' I Fumbles 3'

the rahokt't' lodge Thursday night. i-I bimonthly meetings on every first First Barttst Church of Pl\hokf'l:' I Own fumbles recovered 1 I
Der. 5 at S p. m. A class of cans : Jack rhllitps has turned ow' and! third Monday night, stator; several weeks ago. this Sunday. : Yard, by Penalties 65 M
dilates will b. initiated that night the management of his Triangllestaurant lt' II in January. morning the members of tte T E. I i I Score by f>friodsPahokf.
an,t a large number ,\f Elks wall at the Cant! Point Plans were made for rr.fmhfu L. Sunday! School class will bt' the e : 0 0 0 0
lit' in attendance for the ofi'iJrs'I'lt packing house center tn hL sister.Mrs. of the chapter to atttnd te Stab honored piets at the preaching l tk'Ue Glade 0 fj T 9s
\ and the initiation ceremony.11011E . Johnnie Davis and is no.\ Fair in Tampa. Ffb. 7.S. 111ton.tJ'ator service The title of this ells Pahokre Pol. BtU, Glade
.-. j operattng the Gulf Filling Station i ('. Ed unwell and Jamek finds Its ongin In 2 Timothy 1.5. ;Scott Ie Kent
nm TII.\SK Glt'I\f across the street from the Bar Barnes were named on a commit Ut T for Tlmr thy. E for Eucice I II .Sims It !JoltS
i of rahokt't' ID rartnt'rshipith tee to work with Richard Bmak I I. hIs moter and the L for Lois tis I Sr.oonn lg Mathews
Miss Louise Sims of FSCW at Ronald lt'atson. Jack is ren3nr.;: chapter aJ\'isor. In making a'e randmotttr Mrs Margaret t Wuttefl r trDonaJd
Tallahassee and Miss Jane Sims of the station the Fnur-tl'av genicStation. ranlt'mfnts for attending! the fat r. Thompson 1S the teacher of th.i : Baker fa Intb'rJISalntoft
Atlanta spent Thanksgiving wit i iI It was announced that fines im group and is It'adr.g tb class in Is I rt Williams
their part'nts. Mr and Irs. G. I Paul :riser. who formerly ope.i i f'E'lJ on abertees from meeting most commendable manner Ib Frfmd r. Il1ni.1
Lawton Sims of Canal Point.1.I i rated the Four-\\'ay -Cation 15 now and dfhqutr.t t'mbtr:11: to ;rnwth bespeaks for the teachrr r Geiger qb 30lcCIatcbryGllh
I presidert of the Glades Oil Corn I trio, the ('t.atttr'Ur f:. fund -, (T.nstia:' activity r.! a high order Ib KJlmL'Lattam
oTLUS "l"ITr pane, In( .. tr.but\rs of Sell Oiprnduct 1 I the fair. .-. rh 13rnntrgtamj
In the GJaJ!I arta. Hi!! --. nUtU:: Pahoktt Bartat Ir.- j Ndun lb Burdtn
and Mrs. Frank Shaughressy headquarters are now located 3t'' Rttoa Carlton daughter rf Mr. j tt'f'fdatt' Sunday School build ---.--
left the fil1't of the week for the Trangle tr\1t Station 1:1 t ad Mrs E. J Carlton cf irF fer removal from church lot. Miss Mabel 1c-tttt tf MaaJI :

Dallas Tnu, where they art I Ca.r al Point packing house (( 1.c, a latent at Good ::racktt'l Sub:nt putd hid tD C. A.Batc1tc.r I vlaaed her uirle ud aunt Mr.

spending' Thanksgiving &r.d t.t (I t.t first Shell 1Uir.g 'ntH'1: Hospital: Wft Palm & cr H. L. !1Jftr, Paekte. ''II and Mn B. EU16tt. tn Pah4Reer

holidays with their son E gu, c,to 1:1 this afta. ..wftk. I 1 t sits c.or><,Y".. r..: -yr" .

Page Two The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, No\'ember 29,1910COACHES
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AS3istant Coach Lewell Garrison is serving hid Coach Clyde alley is a graduate of forehead I r rI
first year at Pahokee. He attended high school at State Ttacners College in Kentucky where he il ilI
Hndersonvil1e, N. C" and Lebanon, Ky", where he
played four years of foot ball. He was coaching at I CHRISTMASMERCHANDISE
played foctbd1. He did graduate: work at University -
of Cincinnati a:!d Columbia University He Melbourne when he became a member of Uncl I i
Coached at Independence. Ky. lie served as prin- Sam's fighting forces and served more than a year
cipal and coach at HectorviUe, Ky. He has a seven and a half. He came to Pahoket' Sept. 2. 19n !
year service record with Uncle Sam's army.COACHES This is his second year as Blue Devil coach
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stock i is full. A man down payment will keep )'OUl'I
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( The na111e in Florida is snynony-
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f ...\'. "s ft -L.J. ; the years hare learned to depend on

J t J c t --'''iA..btant : Iilgore for their needs in fertilizer, i iI

Coach E. L. Cochran U a graduate of Murray Coach W H Cook is rounding out his third rear ai seed, feed and insecticides They have :
Stat College tn Kentucky where he played four rears hud coach of the Golden Ratat HI' U a graduate of .
of foot batt In 1931 hI' was on the Ltttle All-Amertcan Murray State College tn Kentucky playtng four years :
learned also that the
and All K I A C Tum. 111' coached tau years at Gunt of college foot ball base ball and ba+kl'tbal1 lie came highest grade
erx\tlI.. Ala one fur at Paducah. Ky. lie served 3\l to B..ll Glade from Ftrnandlna. FI\rlda. where he was
,7eus with the U. S. Marines In the late war. lIucc- +ifut with his: athletic teams for two )1'1. !I !I of merchandise always. be found i;
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present at the meeting were: R. Port Everglades; \\'. P. Risk, ; at a Kilgore Store
New Railroad Is Y. Creech, Lumber and Packing Farm Supplies Bell Glade: B. F I
Plant Belle Glade; T. DJ.Illd, :
Reames. Jr.. Post Master, Dania.All .
Considered Building arid Supplit's. B e 11 e i I .
Glad: Lawrence E Will Landowner : pre sent agreed that the need i In Good Times and Bad
I Belle Glade; Foster Lather, for such facilities was great and
A combined meeting of Committees Publisher and Printt'r. Dania: Z : vital to the future development
of the Chambers of Commerce iof I II 1Ptlcher.. Sr., Manager, Hollywood or this arl'3. By unanimous action During good times and bad, farmers -
I Chamber of Commerce I the following Committee was
Fort Lauderdale. Davie, Belle '' Warren T F.Uer, Shipping and I appointed and instructed! to con- hare learned that the Kilgore 01'-

glade, IIIUywtI(1and Dani W3.+ Refrigeration, Port Everglades: A" tact the executives or the several g-anization stand back of them irl
held Tuesday in the office of J. Dimond Ht'tired. Hollywood: railroads operating in the area. for I
Finley W. Parker, Port Manager R S. 1I1)land, FmanCltr. Hollywood the purpose of discusir.g the pr-. an effort to produce quality Cl'Op,.
at l'lrt'l'rgl1llt'. to give eonstdenttion : James F Mack. Lumber posed project: C. A Bailey Chair- :
to the procurement ofa and Building Materials. Hollywood man. BrUt Gl1lit': Ff3nktrhn;. I Fal'lnel' kno\\ that doing' 1)1isine;;
direct rail connection between : L. P. P Ug'n. FreedandFertiluer Davie: S. R. Holland HollywlI)4i:
the Belle Glade agricultural! area Fort Lauderdale; Fred Ray \\'attlt";. Dania: F W P.rk- : with Kilg-ore i; assurance that ther'illrereh'l
und deep water shipping: at Port J. Stewart. Chief Engineer, Port er Port Everglades; W. T F.llf'r.I
) the highest (luality1n
E\.t' ladesRepreserting F\. rades; : l'Bult'Y.. Real Fort Lauderdale
th..ir rt'spettine Estate and Farm Lands. Belle A hearing has hoer srhrde! ,l at alit' p1'nduet IIU1''ha) (il.KILGORE ,
l'h.'mtjt'r! lit t'onuntrtt' those (;:.11., F tt' Parkt.r Manager. Wt''t Palm Beach h4nre tie Interstate -
Commerce ('\\'nIi..I! :
on Ie.'ember t. upon apI'at\ :-'r:
TilE EVERGLADES NESSen "f both the Atlant:.' a't't I.: .
Railwav and the F''.,r\ East
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ara: he Lake Okeet'hohee Fumlni: Regionlatablishetl toast Railway Conipary t ', ext. n,.l
their present trac k3 fr !
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Lake Okt'f't'tOOfot' '!
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Subscription l'riee.001'ear In \drtnrt' PM Everglades. Part.this BUED-IUTE SEEDS

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office b..rtn: by the \u1"';. ("'a :-
hen of Commnc. req'tested !t' Pah"kt.t., Fla. PhI ,1li ;t'O1
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Cla-es: l.1tttr.
the meeting may hinge ';p..r. !lr

Paul Ibrdin .Editor and Publt..her I flndnp of the committee appo, t. i iiJ -- --- ,

Friday, November 29, 1946 The Everglades :News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

Perry Will be Site Of I Army duty in the Panama Canal Holland Decorates I! Special Citrus Meet I raising the combination grade

:Zone, and is expected to arrive standard by requiring a higher
New Candy Factory I Office In 'YashingtonWASHIXGTO I Scheduled Nor. 26th I:
week to take over
next prepara- I percentage of No. 1 quality fruit.
tions for opening the new busi- I. Present at
PERRY Nearing completion \ Senator Ho!. LAKELAND Urged by both' regulations require

here is an $8,000 candy factory neS9."Candy manufacturing' is nothing land has been busy moving into the Florida Citrus Producers : least 40 per cent No. 1 fruit with

which F. H. Bolton, Perry railroad ," said Bol- his new offices and visitors the remainder. 2 for a combination -
new in our family Trade Association and the United
official, is constructing and which in has describe the four room suite as a grade shipment.
ton, "and this plant Perry Growers and Shippers to make a I
will be operated by his SOD, been planned for several year veritable museum. Taking with study of citrus standards with the i early 00 per cent of aU early
William H. Bolton. him the souvenir. nicknacks, -
i Wartime difficulties and my son'sArmy novelties view to more rigid regulations, tb oranges shipped during last week
Young Bolton is en route fromCHIROPRACTOR photographs nad other
service have delayed our Florida Citrus Commission will [went under a combination grade.
trinklets gathered during his four --
r plans till now hold a special meeting November I
as Governor of Florida he Marineland.
The building which will house years :2ti to discuss the subject. : has a population -
has installed these in his suite and
the plant is of hollow tile construction Some citrus men have advocated of :25 persons, 25,000 fish!
finish and persons having to wait for an interview -
WEST PAUl BEACH with stucco
Mon.. Tues. & Wed. trim of plate glass and glass brick.It with the Senator will find - - -- ---
BELLE GLADE j U. S. Highway plenty to interest them in the way
Thurs., Fr1. 8 Sat. is located on
i 19. on the Northwest entry to of photographs and oddities. I
DR. L. S. JONES I On the Senator's desk is a IarleS
Suite 301.02 Comfiu Bldg. No definite date has been set -ball that was given to him by TRIANGLE I
Phone 3650 West Palm reach, FIL
for start of production, aid Bol- Harry Hector of Miami when hl' I

.1. ton, but he hopes the first sweets was elected Governor. He kept it RESTAURANT
tho on his desk in Tallahassee for
I will be available just after
fir t of the year, depending on de- four years and has now gotten be- In Canal Point
hind it again in 1ti'ashington.
liveries of equipment sup-
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Orange County

PATHS OF j bureau Would Scrap Names COPMember Curb Service

GLORY OFTEN lEAf I Wagner Labor ActMIAMI Legislature
I 'IiI 1 A. M.
TO THE GRAVY I ---- I Open
RepEal or revision orI ORLANDO Orange County I
I the Warner National Labor Act I
went record
on as a "doubtful" I
I (7 \ ',eras urged by the 400 delegates, county by electing a Republican h--- I I
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1 .1' rl4bi 111111 / representing more than 6.500 Alexander Akerman Jr., to the !
members of the Florida Farm
Florida House of
.. s.N Representativesand I II
: ( = s l'C I Bureau Federation as the org-ani-I I giving M. J. Moss. Jr., Reptf-' I r I '
( zation closed a two day lican candidate for Congress from I
111 I here last week end. I the Fifth District a majority over : A S.ILILI,
/ I Adoption of the resolution ad- his opponent Little Joe Hendritks ; ,
1 rl i w,'ating the scrapping of the II But for support in other counties I S

I Wagner Act followed the election I in hi,; district Htndrkks would I Down Payment
of offlC'ers. D. R. Igou, EustL have been a gone goose and both I
was re-eltcted president: Francis Republicans and PE'mocrats'E'rt> I

: H. Corrigan, Bradenton, \'ice-prer amazed at the strength shown by Till hold any article in our
idl'nt: Irs. Mary B. tins, "erCJ Republicans and contend t hat ;

Brach, women's chairman an.1 Orange County has paved the way Huge Stock
: John Ford of Orlando, executive' for eventual two.party govern-

And inadequate insurance ecretarv. I ment in Florida. UNTIL CHRISTMAS
i Moss, who gave Hendricks the '
often points out the path to Fifteen thousand fishing boats worst scare in his political cari"' I
: ply in the salt waters of Florida, expressed keen satisfaction over I

the courtroom :lone of the world's greatest and I the progress shown by his party i I h'

most productive--.flshenes.I .. and stated that if his race served I I Come In Today! [
I I only to awaken Republicans to i I
: Adult alligators under observation -, their opportunity it was more than I "
O. R. IILFCCHINSI1RANCPr i at the St. Augustine Alligator worth whili' I

P.\1I0KEE : Farm, were noted to breathe only I Pointing to the sweeping Republican JlTLIAN . i;
once in every three hours, or eight victories throughout the

: times per day! I II IPUSHli'G nation that gave his party control I !
of both houses, he said that the CHANDLER'S' i I II

Fifth District had muffed a golden I
opportunity by failing to send It III

Republican to congress at this I I , , PAIIOKEE I'I'I
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St Pete Plans Fair .

and New Grounds : !Ii

; IN tuWU'LISTS yWAITII4G was ST.broken PETERSBURG here last week Ground for the Hunting Season

300 acre St. Petersburg Fair
Grounds site on Fourth St. X at

rollWArll4 lHh St. in a ceremony featuring
(; LISTS city officiaL, civic leaders and officials I I I II Is Here
of the 51. Petersburg fair.
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Construction of the Fiar plant i
will start immediately, officials'''
FUII Those dl'irill;t hunting Lieenses can llcm.tl same

,\ 1.ulfG uLSTAHcr 'aid.With rice mayor K C. Robinson at this tlln'. ,",oth meal anti out tate. \\'e also

I'AClll i ICS acting as master of 'erl'Il10nld1, I hare a limited ;amount of .DI\ITIO\ Of hand
the first showlful of dirt was dug
b :o get yours while it is a\'ailahll', i
4 by \\'. T. Faynaril. local realtor
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/ \ and president of the Fair A.SOla- '

.-.- d tion. Here are a few articles that have
4 Plans call for the holding of the

first St. Pt"tc'rburg Fair nest Feb been scarce to purchase: I II
1S-Mar. 1 and a Horse Show will!! I
ALL THREE ; b' an outstanding flaturt' Alfred I IO\\HCII EI.ECTIUC IIUNS( r ri i

p Fleming manager of the Ch31 :-
( =0 fiord' Show has been rt.tam.t'd

"RUSH" is a Standing Order for the record number to stage the t\'tnt. 16 (lrAnr PIU\I\I.EH( ('a1'SIl

of telephone men pushing the job of Temporary buildings will b;
erected to house the first Fair andpermanent \I.\IHI\ KEROSENE L\\TIJ: I.IP.,

. clearing telephone waiting lists as materials buildings and erected labor are asoon r.\IDI LANTERNS. T.\HPAll.1\S. a cood

. extending farm telephone service a'alablr.lffll'1alo---.:.said_._. size assortment

. expanding long distance facilities i Fire Marshals In
In Our Household Deparhnentt

The is tremendous and while material short- Meeting At Tampa
job I of Ji hew 6iassvare Pitcher & {;lay s Sets

ages will continue to hamper our speed, there'll TAMPA Appruxmately 30 I

, be no let-up in "push" until there's plenty of I deputy the St''oidr.nual state fire mar.1'hal Deputy attt'nd.td Fire:. Aluminum and Enamel Cookinc rh'n ih.t

, service, loco I and long distance, for town and farm, I Marshals School here this Wttk. A Good Line of Farm Repair( Equipment and

twn-d3Y course \\3. ronducttd by
I t and fire mushal. Trot" schrwl : I
f'Or..nrtd by the state insuarr I I

\iepartrnentpeakerr: I
addressing tht" \'la"H'llludt'd
TO TELEPHONE USERS l' n. Durden \tlar.!8.. I

Automobile t'nderwnters: Deteitrc ,
Until more "IItral cHIU eQmeet con h n+CeIICC. .
; Bureau. R W Flack, FBI lat
fired end msteltedd. ser ue rd) h taW ,t f'CrCI'C "III
(Iratory division.V'ashiagton.. Dr TilE IIAHUWAHE STOREM.IN

Keep calls brief Answer promptly Richard D Steinmetz investigator STREET BELLE GLAUE, FLA.
cf Chicago and .\. Brut' Bielaski.
Avoid unnecessary calls -Information' New York rtpreH'ntul ttta..
dorsal Board ct Fur Underanters - -- -

Four The Everglades New. Canal Point, Florida Friday. November 29. lPtt

This Week's Personality . Raymond Caruthers, Laynlen'S Group In the club were Mrs W. R. Ea.terly. -
Mrs. M. I. Keen Irs. Frank
Has Birthday Party Belle
Meet Friend Mrs. W. H Brewton Miss
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nom.,, -- Nan Brewton Mrs C. T. Howe
Mrs. Rl\"mor.d Caruthers entt't'- A meeting of the Laymen's As- and Mrs. Frances Ioo5e. Mrs.

ta intd at her home on Belle Glad sc"iation of the Glades Methodist Cornelia Chas and Mrs. Lucy

ROH1 rt''ent1ith a part and Churches! was held in Belle Glade Geiger were Plt'.ts. .

b .'paghett : supper h'nol'ing her 8cn. J.nday night with 11. A. Carlto It was announced that the group

RaY 1wnd. Jr.. on his fifteenth! president of the Belle Glade Lay- wilt 'nl\tiuct a business luncheon

I 0 i .v anniversary.Gnt i len's s 50l'iation. presiding. John at the clubhouse on Tuesday, Del'
-:is n ere Lee \\.rott"n. Frank D. WIll' Miami District lay leader 10.

t ;:L.J.mti' Latham Raymond'J was !guest speakt'r. Anion ----.--

!'.. J":131:1: McKir. tv. Loretta tilll't' attending from rahok )IullisIrlurry:

\\"n::: \\nnl' F ra s er an3Ii. ; were O. B. McClure, T. L. Bum.

/ It .,,+r., !It' tl'\'t'ns. : R. J. Sirnorson R. B. Simons:)n. Mis. Leis MrMurry. daughter t':

-- --. ..----_ R J. Schroder! Jack Spencer and 11r. and Mrs. L; she 11. McMurrvv

I Nina Huth Barwiek P.t'\ Cars\+n T. Howl 'I:' Dt'n\'t.: Cuill.. and Leonard M.Mullis. .
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V Has Birthday Party 1 ,Yo In an'5 Club has M. Inllis. Sr.. of Pahokf't' wee.

marri d l at the Epiphany Lutheran

1'! :in, M:,. J. H. Darwkkt I It'.t Educational Program Church in Denver on lo'"rid.\y.

: t.tt.J: at their home Friday No;. 1:1. according to word !'f'rl'iwd -

i mlt \t! :: a party and buffet ..sup'I'd' : The program at the luncheon bv his partnts. A reception

honoring their daughter. WJ I meeting of the Pahoke \\.om3.n'i was held in the church social hall

. ... Nina! Ruth! Barwick on her eigh- Club Tuesday was under the jomt following the wedding.Mr. / .

r t. t.nth hirthuay anniversary. direction of the education committee. I lulhs is a graduate of Pahokee -

i Glh'oS't're Ii:5 Lucille Sa i- i: Irs. J. R. York chair- High School Class of 1910.
EL1.H. ., I
\'at"I't'. Mss Betty 13Jrwick. AlI I man Mrs. C. W. Kennl'n and Mrs. I lie was in the service five years

h'l't Ht'ron Joe Hatton Jr. Ern- Frank Rezelle and the citizenshipand including three years of overseas

\ \'st Doland Tom Boland and Mrs. youth (committee Mrs. Ju.;epi: I duty with the Army Air Force. At

v&A S Sadie Barwick. Kahn. chairman Irs. Marjorie '. present hI' is attending the t'm-
--- -- I Bock and Miss Lucille Williams.Irs. wrsity of Denver and is scheduled
rt Mr. Groovel' West Palm Beacl York introduced trs. Fran.( to reeeive his degree in Dl'ct'mb
mother of Irs. J. P. Parker 011 i Friend former home economics 191.. Mr. and trs. Mullis are

4 L # /19r* Canal Point spent the week end :: instructor at Pnhokee 11 i g n making their home in D m'er.

in Canal Point with the Parker School who gave a talk on "Yo- --- -
fri family.I cational Education" Elmer Iaxson is ill at his home
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Introduced as new members of in Canal Point.
\, Mr. and Irs. George Mead are

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Classified Ads

Ambulance Service

:- tltllC': tanks and grease traps

t: : PO T IAS'l EH ED JENSEN . . Heat of l"ndt'i..1 I eltaned and repail't'd. Phone Paholiee I'h 2JOI: Belle Glade Ph. 2.17
:? '. ;",-1.1J department in Panokrl' is the genial 1-:11 Jt'nSt'n ,rho ; : S,2. Bob Douthit rahokl.'l' nc
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has tctd that I'l'.l ,"slble job s'nll'onmher H IO. Of course, there u
were 2.>> months when the P. M. was away from Pahokel' attending ; ron S.\.t:: Fine display of Xl'I,I
to sort' other important business for his l'nell' Ed served most I and reconditioned trailers. Small!
of his time in the U. K Navy In the Pacific and was ahoanl :hip for i down payment balance: like rent. ,
15 months He got in on the Philippine campaign and made a couple WI' have three lots and carry a.entfiw -- -- - -

of landings there and two more in the Okinawa rampaign. After I ..\. thousand dol I a r 9 .
the Japs surrendered Ed's contingent made some occupational landings stock Wt' surely can solve your -
-two in Chin anJ in Korea.
one He was discharged from hotl.ing problem. Arthur Trailer I II
China. Rick in HIIO when hl' tGok over as poAmaster at Pahokee
I Sales! East main St.
pahokee.\\ J. W' RASIILEYJE11'ELEIt
thl'rtwere two regular desks and a substitute. Now there are five i
from 10 : .
regular clerks Open a. m. o
showing the steady growth of the office. The Pa-
hokl'e (d.1iI' including Sunday. tfch Belle Glade. Fla,
postmaster is a lonK.time resident of the Pahokl'e area. haying -
come here in 1911 at the age of three years. Ill' is a grafltut
of Canal Point High school and was Glatlt'.. distributor of the Palm r.\lDI LO.1Na.from $5.000 up onI I
Beach Post and Times for seven year before taking over his present I well located improved land and i GO TO ClllTUCl1 SUNDAY

job. Mr. Jt11S1'n. hs: wife and two children live in their own cattle rancht's. 41. percent interest
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hornt' il1 Pa1okt't' on Southeast Steond sU'el't.
!I10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential
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Insurance Company of America.
Schultz Verhulst11iss \rnett Springer I Apply C. A. Bailey agent Belle -- -----

''Glad,'. fla. Box 216. Phone jOt tf'
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Irene Madeline \"t'rhulst. Miss Anna Springer. daughteof r nmU:: New Chrysler industt Trees Files Shrubs Citrus

sister of Mrs. .\. 14. .atomnwn of Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Springer e : rial power twit starter and generator -

I'.1 hokl'tawl Earl M U n s o nSchultz. 'Canal Point and Richard F. Arnett ., and automatic shut-off of all size ant! varieties for

Sr., also of Pahokee. were Tampa were married at the, I Phone 531: or 40)2 Canal Point. tf i your 'll'din.
I Irem
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married! at the hone of the bridegroom's home of 1l'. J. Larrimo'tjU3tie 'I
x,11.1:: One complete celery'washer LN1)SCAPINGas
parents un Sumlay. :\0\. tlf peace. in l\\hokl'l' on SaturdayNov. ,. including a1'It'Itnc
21: at :r, p. !i. Ht'\ e. T. lIo\wi, 33. nt S:31)+ p. m. The \0\" s
motors reducers conveyor chains: Sall like it. reo are organized and equipped to doa
11 'tor of Ow Pahokt't' First Methodist were read by Judge L:1rrimore i:1 I
Church read the vows for the I'rt'St'nl't' of the bridt par. t-tl' 1hi; machine is built in see- tborouh job from plans! to 011.1pletion of panting.As .
: buns and can easily hi' moved.
the single ring ceremony a, th nts.
r' Water pump not included Call
couple stno 1 ht'r.t'ath a bridal arch Mrs. Arnt'tl wu :1 resident 01. knight Farms Phone 103 Ht'l1"G alwai.: you are
entwined with tuberoses and fern Crestview 101:1.. bt (ore coming t wl'lruml'
Glade. N29 at our
ant! flanked: hy ptlttt'l.l palm.; and Canal POI rot. Mr. Amt'lt until reo --

floor baskets of iihite gladlHli. Gently was head machinist at thE I'' remU: mathire ''
: Popcorn + :\n 'Jln: : : 1100 Southern BUIlI'ard Route Xo. 23 at
Iollt'l O. l.tlUIIl sang: "I love Florida I Iramie Products plan! peanut roasters. Geteni Hilt
You Truly" and "Oh Promise Me'. near Bdlt' GlJt'!: He i i- now as.SI'latt .. 20 Percent off on an f'tu and City Limits I. lti'rst Palm Beach Florida

at the Mr.. t with Jones Lumber Com. i
accompanied piano hy electric rlock. J. F. Doman r\:
11. e. graham who also played th pang at Everglades City whl're hokee-Belle Glade road near the ISLA\D LANISCAPE CO

trahtional't'IMin marches.Mrs. the couple will make their homf',, light plant P..lhokt'f' Nov29n
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BdYt'u was matron -----
of honor and shrn IMy\u. best Girls Auxiliary ; rOJU:: Muck 1 yd., $1 nn
man. I West Palm Beach Sand Shell!!

The bride. given in marriage hyht Sends Gift Box : 4 y.1 $12.00. C. A. 1t\It'Y Bell''

:- o: er. Jack \"t'rhul.t. wore : Gl.lde. tf
an aqua light wool dress with Plans for sending a ;gift tX Of II.IDII: :- ,- -of--The-- - Everglatei! Authorized Dealers

white access,orie.. and a OO\WrL.j (0.1\1 ttyt'rSea.. for dlstnhlltilin byri.isloI1irt e .
I News who have failed tll 'nf in
half hat with veil YUtI lni:1wr', I
shoulder-length : ; s In : II ,
I their checks for subscription will \\1 ('ONSiN I AIR COOI.ED ENGiNEatl. :;
1It'r corsage wu ot' carnations and made by the First Baptist Glr"., I IMt
be stricken from Uw nuni!: ;
tul\t\ro,k's. She carried a whit Auxiliary at a meeting with tht'i:.' 1 list until next week. The -'art'lt... O HEP.\IH{ I'.tlt'1SxE11'
Prayer book centered with white 1t'3ll'r.lrs.. Ralph Gnmt' friJavaftt'rnoon. !
I\f paper makes it impt'rat\'t' that
blossoms mJ showered with iihite The of entertainmert .
program; ..
, Wt' mad copies only to th" e \PlqSI+ ? : I'OHT.\BI.I': 11'ELIEIt Enabelinl.: uo; to
satin strt':1mt'fS.A which followed the bust '

the reception following the reps featured a treasure bunt I zitwcriptin_ __ __ __s are_ paid._ du any hind of steel ("un..trurtinn at and' placeManufacturer !

ceremony trs. Charles Brown presided .\ttt'ndnwrt' n.hy Moberg,, I I'mu:: Burroughs !'" :'.':,".

at the punch bowl. Mrs. 11.F3lott \\' T.t"U Gilli.. JInna Jo 5roon r, adding machine. rh,.::. Pa'- OfIHHIr.TIO

was in charge f\f the bride'stahte Edna t"nu'm. Shirley Ann Watson. k."e 2331. It,

antl Mrs Isabelle Laurie: the Stella Sue Barnes Joan lIadlti :\ .\\H IHtIa; : pr tPIIYDH.ll.lC '
.lx ftl: J: F.xpt'rtt'rwqi i Cr.\ ,!!..!
bride'a book.l'ollowrng. Barbara lIa.l1d.r.n lI-ct'Y. lei I .. MOLE lI1.11NSVEEI
:Wt har:1l' also! bur', Ir Ir' i :';1. .
a brief honf 'nh'tlr t1lh\.ln. In.i Faye WaJt' Carol .
It t' ) ((1101'I'EH
: i Pt'M1ant't _I > :
Mr. and Schultz will make Carpenter. Nancy II1Uit'r. Virgr:t .
their hone In raht\kt't' where h. i isemploveti Stanin. :and llrs I'nn;.' u 0 Giih'rt at ('hr.st.tr: I.t'\ ..
htw! "'IfIJPt.1 e_ i It. ()!Yra \' i" P1h..;k. ': : Wl: M.tNrF.\('Tunl: EHY.IIII\G: TII.\TS

and La:: t "I\l\I'in lInt J 1' Thomas and .iaar! : teraney P.lt .k.'f' :?37111r. 1.I1 N. I.\HE OUT or IICO\) rOH) r E 1\
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e--- ; Ltt. and Un. Lewis ..Irraser
'lX.J:04nl mlldf* h',1: TilE: (;r._\ I n:
fll.Itu: : "ITlitmrnn: : .(Oft called to Mo.man\ t. . .. .
:tr. 'r1 close In : :
7 ",!" .: i ,\! :.ht ':. ..;: . :\. 'I,::! ,
,rn.! ::rtl ht t b'.v ,: PtS. ."
( n.itie t:., h.\" ;' rtYitt'.it.n4: ,,:' the death d th'l- gran.imt r. . ...... .
r :it!! Tm C.lf171 : :.
at. thr Veterans .t"l'lt31 o:1 111- Mrs Terry.. ---e__ ;: Canal Point .l1adiineTorks'\
.1. t'ah u'het': ht' rtt entv un-
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.: .\\tut\n f.w 1 :f- Ms Fi: r t.. H t-!, .v it \S a III tLi. Uur'I: "'UUU.. ( \ \ \1. pol\ PIIO\J: -, l I'. o. BOX 11)6Page )

tired appendix. lie I' located at \.:':t"t Rri ; -' :, Ik.j \ :: . :. .t s' .., ( '.'; ; :

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Friday, November 29. 19t6 The Everglade New$, Canal Point Florida P1 F\ve

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.. meeting by i AdMffItNI&I
Orphans To Receive exi1ia:1
chairman. Mrs. O. .;,

Life On The CanlDus... Baptist Gifts sident presided.at. I From where I sit... by Joe Marsh

AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL i A large box of children's cloth- TO SPONSOR C.UXILThe i i -.s\

.. .. I IT I m,:. valued at more than 8100. was I
sent to the Baptist Childrcn' : Elks Lodge of Pahokee will A Lesson
.ar.k,gi\'ing Plar4 : I carnival at the Elks
Hf/Ut! in Arcadia last week by the : sponsor .
M13. Frances Harlow is enter.tami grounds from Dec. 3 throug-ht Dec.
Pahokee First Baptist 11'oman'sMissionary
:: Miss Myrtle lIatton of in Conservation
Union, according toa 11. according to an announcement ,
\arianna during the holidays. made this week. The Florida
visit report made by Irs. L. G. Alder-
Mis Mary Slick will man, chairman, at a 11'MU bu.i- Amusement company will bring in We were sittingon Bill W t' tt'r's From where I sit, the Judge
friends in West Palm .
rides, shows and concessions.There
Il'o.. F1anc*" Harlow and Mrs.Jim. ness meeting held at the church : porch the other night.chatting over is right. AU America's great 1'\..
will be side show and one
Thomas attended the first Monday afternoon. In addition, :1 glass of beer-hen the tall turns sources, our abundant natural
:(; free act-an actor on a high -
Itf tae Winter series of MtisicalCunttrt3 1 I the local 11'MU sent a box of swaying to forest preservation soil erosion, wealth, are )lost the minute we lose
clothing to Tallahassee for underprivileged pole. and other things that affect fmn-
in West Palm Dt.-al'h :1 the right to work them lj free
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Tbursdavt'nin negro child1'f'n. Th jag community. people in a free land!
distribution there was under the AOJoIc and Irs. W. A ..Cross.Jr. .
1t- Constance Smith returned Judge Cunningham speaks : Whenever hear oran
+Itirt'.ti. .;f the Student Missionary _, and daughter are pt'ndin; up you see or
to F\\' at Tallaha.q.'e fur Home Society at Florida State Col- the Thanksgiving holidays wit "It's all right to worry about conserving encroachment on our rights-

eon ire.M 1efor: Women with Miss Betty relatives in Pahok while he is on : our natural resources," he whether it's the right: to free

i S Barbara ucNamara spentthf. Spt''r in charge. a five-day leave from the Banara says, "liut there's a far bigger speech: or tht' right to vote 3i we

holidays in Clearwater as teguest The voted to prepare and River BaSt' problem when it comes to conser- ace fit. or the right to enjoy a
of Slrs. Dorothy W1 ittintnn. ;- :.f'\'f thl: food at the Baptist fathers ----.YMr. vation-and that's preserving our friendly glass, of beer in l C't'n"td.law. .

and sons banquet to hi heM .n and Mr-. D. D. Caudill haw democratic way of lifd, our sense .abiding places . watch out!
'lr. and .trit. J. F. Colson ar?
of freedom
the Fellowship Hall on tonda/ aslt'sts this week hb mother.Mrs. p'rson3i our respect
spending; the holidays at home with "
night at 7 o'cloek Irs. \\'il '\' J. E. 'aidill: IIf't Pal:1Bt''l for one anothcr' rights qJtl
Lynn Walker, a student at the 8
their Til1i will he in charge of general ; !: and hip uncle and nlnt. Ir. j
University of Florida, as .
3rrangt nwnts. ate; \l:,. (' p Caudill of lloorxhead. -

guest.Mrs.. Reports were also mad,' at tit : lit._ QppisAl9I UniteJ SI.Ia Brewers Fvoaittias 4 II
Phara F. Mock was th

guest of Mr. and trs. L. G FJarbFe I -

of Ft. Lauderdale during the ,. .- ,.......... - - - .
1har.k i'ing't'ekenJ.. .

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The Red Cross Student Council .
held a meeting November 19 anddt'ei.I'C r' .
] to make o262.. Gift >

Days ar Junior ned Cross Day. :
observed students IIj
which were by .
presenting gifts for the patients

flf the Key West Naval lIo\pital. ANNOUNCING

An announcement whrh met

with the unanimous approval of I

the students and faculty extended I
l'hristma.;; Holidays from January
2 until January 6. School will 1

miss Dl'cf'mlwr 20. i:5-1

Senior Class Dances! Fun with PLYMOUTH

a p\ltpt)se! 1t'ednesday night the 'J..DODGE. 1

Seniors were sponsors for a dance

heM in the ym for the Pahok

and Belly, Glade teams and other :

ut'sts. Admission fees were s"t
aside to meet the expenses of prJdlldn -
; an Annual. I ( f

The Senior Executive Board met .
recently to discu\ the production

of 3n Annual. Plans were mad .: .

and submitted to the class for connsideration .

md approval Tuesday. .Y 3 : L.\I\E SIlOH ,

November 26. The problem of securing I'I'I COlil'.1NY
sufficient funds to meet -
cost of pictures, printing. and -

cowers must lit' solved before the ... .
.\. .I. .UIOT
pmjtoft can IN? activated. however. -

with several hundred dollars President I

on hand from a series of football

dances and a financial pledge from

each Senior the Executive Board \Ve are extremely proud and ( : ( T: BEI.I\ keeping with the quality dependtEllt .

is very-optimistic-- ---.. -- happy to announce our associa- Si)ll'I'l'taQ'-Tl'la ability and good reputation of

tlon'It h two of the greatest f.-._ ..J( Dodge and Plymouth p-oducts.

names in the automotive in- \Ve cordially invite you to

L.Mr. dustry DODGE and PLYl10UTH.sit our headquarters soon.Ve want to .get

lad M4:+. U. F. O\\'t'I1S of I It is our purpose to render a service to present acquainted" with you-have you see our facil-

11'eat Palm Ik.l\'h announce the
birth \.f a son. Robed Edward, a1 and future owners of Dodge and Plymouth ities-meet our personnel-and come to regard

the' ";wr hlIt's Memorial 1Ill..opit'11In Motor Cars and Dodge Job-Rated Trucks in us as your automotive headquarters!
( :\0\'. 21.Mr. .
and trs. E. It wagnon of
P.\hk announce the birth oC :1

daughter. l"rit FJllnl', at the aiiie k/

Iverglatles Memorial Hospital onNow. You'll like our

21.AIr. See These Great

anti Mrs. James J. Grant 0': New Cars and FRIENDLY I

Clexiston announce the birth oC :1 -- Trucks San! '

son, James Judson. Jr.. at the
Everglades Memorial hospital onNov. ooo t

23.Mr. '
and Mrs. Eugene R \'orht'csnnnounl' SERVICE,

,' the hlrth of a daughter.Patrirtt ,

Ann at RI"-1noke Ala., onNoy. PLYMOUTH -t ,1You11

2?: MN. \'t'rh"l'3 U the &

former Miss Eris Hud \n of l'.1h-1.

k't' trhrt"(' broth..r of Boyd .
always get g'xd service .irk In our shop
\\'rtt'fs 'f ('\11\1 Point Li a chief II will be the work: of expenenced ru'n rhu tik I

water tender! In.. .the r. S. Navy. Now on dISplay in pride to doing a Job right And the cost will: always
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our showrooms be fair and ru\Onabte.
('III')'f'1"" OFI'FGINi: Come In . .see
h'ml\tu of th LottIi' Moon hem . and place You will be lure, too, of always getting r.l..tI.,
your order now bctOf'engineered Dodge and Plymouth pan. W.
l"irdt'. First Baptist \\ tC.111
1 ta insure earliest can keep your car or truck running betty MId
oh.t'r\'t' 3. l'hnstm3+ IfftnngWl'tt poisible d hHr). lor. f't. Yt-"t' khen It will pay you \.I lit t.s
of prayer with I't'111 pr'\>grants ooca L. your "autr.taLsr bsadiutteri'I. :

at the church nt'xt.t't'k.. Mc:'ttaas ;'-'K .i \ . *;; ; -.
wtll btt held \\n both 1tnd.wud tl cIs
Tuesday at 3-30 r m and ID !

Friday an all-d1) meetnt: nU ae

conducted a tthtehun h. $t't'tr.: lake Shore Motor Co1

: 10 a m with s basket 1;::, t'11:1

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Pahokee Florida Telephone 3431
In,1 ors T'n1 fr. t +. 1\: ,

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Page Six The >Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 29, 1946.
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; And Many Other GiftS Items for Christmas



Loretta 11 ton, Johanna J'Kinstry, Dons Harper Gwenette ; 313.\\: Ialura St Phone 3883"est
Pahokee Cheer Leaders
Peeves Ann O'Connell
aim Beach, Fla,

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Louise Friedht'im, Carlene Cone. Nancy CrOS8en, Shirley -' I
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Connell, Jeanne Hooker, Gracie Eggleston I
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:Special Speaker I FOR. :

I : For Pahokee Baptists .
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01'01'O'O I A special invitation is extendd PILE DRIVING LUMBER
\ to the public to attend the services :
of the First Baptist Church CONCRETE BLOCKS - CEMENT
tlf Pahokn this Sunday to hear'I
I the': ReSJmmual Bt'rk of Miami Phone Our Main Office . I .Belle Glade 2;)
A Beach, FlnridJ. The pastor !
O 0 Rt'C.. A. tobt.'rg especially ccvet.
the presence of his many
I" Jewish friends of this area in v!t'I I
\d t, of Ut fact that the guest speakt' :, -\t our Store We have samples in
tumurly Jewish, is now a Baptl3t
minister. I tork of Xationany Famous
PENCO DDT For some thirty years, prior to I
'tis conversion the Re\ Mr. Berk I
W pru4luct. are "ult'ri"r Ilt'rall" Ihr was an actor having played the GOOnrEAU RUBBER
art ""ririllifirull ronpuunJrd to doa various leading circuits of the I
11t'rial Job and clu il sell.PENCO country, His reading of the life of : FLOOR COVERING
Paul in the Bible led tam and his ,
wife to consecrate their lives that
Venetian Blind i matte to order in wood or
We.SO-Designed for use as water the gospel message and ministry I
spray, contains 50% DOT, might haw the pre-emInence the I metal. 1 E timateoi: Ch.rCully Given.IVintlow .
remaining day s of their sojourn o
water emulsion sprays where minimum on this earth I I and Bathroom Curtains and Shades and
At the morning hour of eleven a
visible residue I k desired.
BIble message will bt" preached. linoleum Rugs. Gx9 and -hi). Used Dressers.
PENCa CATTLE SPRAY-ideol for use as At the': night:; service Ue story ".
livestock and barn livestock dips. Mattresses and hot Water Heaters.
spray of his conversion to Christianity ;
PENCa DB-50-Specially compounded for will Ix relatt'l1. The usual most

dud applications,contains 50% DDT Technical acceptable musical program ofquartets :I Ipre'all
choir and orchestra will
('''"'1I1t,tlllr cU.lriltulor for a.hiC"r. 10 the application throughout the day with : The
uf three rrc"lutlll 10 your parlitular nr.c"ryoede the "II1unl1natf'd Cross Meditation'Sing"

completing the program
o ; -.. Glades Appliance
Richard and Thor Hlttc.n151t.
t-d their father tlbt-rt: Hatton
and grandmother, Mrs Sarah hat- Corporation
;o';nr s h/ia/CRYOLITE INSECTICIDE t.n W'rzt Palm Beach, over tie
Fanuwi natural Crrrnland cnulite imrrtictdrcAc w't'krr.d
t'y ofproienrffrcti enc.itnntrol+ mao hM 4'rr', nUke at Terminal in Belle Glade;
.y lkrllr., Munu+ and ralerpillarr, llnlrr it lrom
'' .our Ji lrihulor. Furniture tUire in Itoree I Bln'k


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The Everglades New& Canal Point Florida rAge Seven
Friday November 29. --
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- ------ ---- -- ----- I visit with their son Ed gar I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hatton an:! Secretary E. P. Owen of the I legislators and also conduct an

Shaughnessy who teaches .ChoOII daughter were visitors in Miami league predicts one of the best attended I active campaign to acquaint the
...,.,-., in th organiu-:
-- in Dallas, Texas. Tuesday.Rev. meetings : public with the needs of the
:\ Sam -Iauro returned ti1Ve.t I IIrs. and -Irs. C. T. Howes haw: tion's histor)'. ;I sehooLs, for the legislature would
Palm Beach Thursday after I as a guest this weekend Miss In1 I .... : adopt only the kind of a program

I spending a week here the guest o! Mae Frick of Ki5simmee.Ir. Tampa Woman Heads' the people wanted.Approximately .
a1r. and Irs. H. J. Anderson. and Irs. Albert Cant spent -1.5 delegates attended -
Mr. and -Irs. E. E. Coleman Mr. and Irs. H. J. Anderson Sunday in Delray Beach with reIati'e3. PTA Groups Of State ; the convention.
spent the weekend in Live Oa ; of Mr. and Mrs!:. .
were the guests I .. _
visiting their son and daughter-I Albert Stotler in Lakeland 0:1 Miss Jane Sims of Atlanta, Ga., TALLAHASSEE Concluding
inlawIr.. and -Irs. Lake Cole- Thanksgiving Day. and 1i.5s Louise Sims, student of one of the most successful annual : While there is a great howl
man. Lake is now associated with Charles A. Baker student at the Florida State College for Women, conventions ever held by the or- i about the -1St Traffic deaths du-
the Beechnut Company. celery University of Florida is spending are spending the Thanksgiving ganization the Florida PTA Con- ing the first eight months of this
growers in the Ze-llwood area. the weekend here visiting his wife holidays with their part>nts, Mr. gress elected Irs. J. Flo'de Grif- year (which of course are public
-Ir. and -Irs. B. S. Waring anI and other relatives. and -Irs. G. Lawton Sims in Canal fin of Tampa, president to succeed deaths), at the same time more
children are pending the Than !;- Re\ S. B. Jordan, Hialeah visit Point. Mrs. Walter Beckman of 1iami. I than 1000 persons were killed i:1

giving holidays with friend.i in Pa- ed his son-in-law and daughter Miss Louis Emery of Belle Glade Other officers named were -Irs. I other accidental ways stated
hokee.Mr -Ir. and -Irs. Claude S. Jones in spent the weekend here visiting Arthur G. Ivey of Jacksonville : Asher Frank, Director of Florida:
and -Irs. F. M. Shaughnes- Pahokee Friday. her uncle and aunt, -Ir. and Irs. first vice-president; lrs. Rob Roy I Safety Council. Of the 1000 acci-
sy left this week for a ten-day -Irs. George C. McLarty is R. J. Simonson. Ieador of Clearwater vice-presi- dental deaths, one half of them
spending the holiday weekend in Irs. Lucy Geiger of Detroit.Mich. dent, directing health program; I were in the homes. Falls, burning
-- -- -- Orlando visiting her brother-in- .. has arrived here for a visit Irs. Jow Mason, Miami, secretary !I and electrocutions accounted for
------ ----- - law and sister, Mr. and Irs. Cohen with her son and daughter-in-al\. and Irs. E. S. Swenson, St. i most. There were many drown-
Blakey also her daughter Miss -Ir. and -Irs. V. L. Geiger. Petersburg treasurer. i I ings, and some killed with fire
Prince Theatre Betty Jean McLarty. student at Mrs. Frances Moose has returned Speaking a9 a member of theGovernors arms. In preaching safety let'smake
FSCW Tallahassee.A from a business trip to : : Florida Citizens Com- it an oil over program con-

Workers Council meeting will vine. Tenn. \aSh-l mittee on Education, State Repre- I eluded Frank.

Pahokee Florida be held at the Pahok Methodist Doyle Crocker former Pahoke sentative Richard H. Simpson .......
Church on Tuesday Dec. 3. at 7:30 resident now living in Delray 1 stated that the committee's report According to botanical research
Beach, visited friends in Pahok and recommendations would be
December 1 p. m. technicians: at Palatka Ravine
leek Of .... and Irs. C. A. Ioberg and this week.C. I made soon and that if the PTA Gardens, azalea plants !live to be
children are spending the holidays E. Williams student at Unieersity . group favored such a program it i. 100 old.
with Dr. and Irs. W. C. Waller In of Florida, is visiting his I was up to them to contact their i I years

Miami.Mrs.. mother, Irs. OraV.. Powell, --- -- - ..
Sun.-l\lon. Lloyd Hundley returned to through the holida 's.Ir. ------ '

. her home on Bacom Point Road and Irs. Paul Riddle have ti 1U" '' '

"The Bride 'VoreBoots" from Good Samaritan Hospital!. as house guests this week her ;; Fine Clothes For '
West Palm Beach this week. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and : HERBERT'S

Irs. L. W. Armstrong and niece, Ir.s. Ernest Jack of Pawpaw.lieh. i I Ien and 'Yoluen
Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, are i
spending the weekend in Orland')
Barbara Stal1\\"ck, Robert visiting Blanche Elizabeth's moth Shrine Names Tampa Have Your Lallie5' Clothes Tailored

Cummings er, -Irs. R. W. Bowers who i i.s i! BA. lan's Tailor
Man To Important
.. convalescing at a hospital there. I I
.. Mr. and Irs. C. Griscom Johnson -
and children were visitors it1 I SARASOTA-Harry E. Sharrer, AL BELCHER

Tues.- '''ed. Tampa Monday and Tuesday. of Sarasota, has been appointed
Miss :\ellllowes is spending th to the important Dispensations I BOX 87G PAHOKEE ..-
I IJ.m
weekend in Gainesville with hrr and Charters Committee of the j C 31
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Irs. H. Shrine of North America, it was l S
A. Howes. While away she wi! announced last week by George H

also visit her brother, Thomas, Rowe of Buffalo, X. Y.. Imperial -,
student at the University of Florida Potentate of the Shrine. "

Claudette Colbert, John and her sister Miss Ni!} In making the appointment. Imperial REPAIRS
Howes, student at Florida State Potentate Rowe. who ii a SEWING
\\'ayne College for Women. Justice of the New York Supreme
and Supplies,
For Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs
Mrs. Irene Bowel of Salem Ga. Court, said:
wwuwvThurs. write or call at
is expected to arrive by plane "With our membership rapidly
Fri Tuesday morning to spend the increasing and with SH.OOOOOO invested -
.- winter season with her brother in our 15 Shriners' lIo- RHODES APPLIANCES I

and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. NC. pitals for Crippled Children, it is An'nuett ,
"Partners In Time"turn Maxson in Canal Point. essential that we select men of I Belle Glade, Fb.
Mr. and Irs. Leonard laxso' Noble Sharrer's caliber to represent Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahokt't and Canal

md Ahner and children are spending th as committeemen the 500,000 Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all
weekend in Princeton with her Shriners in our 159 Temples
Pamela Blake John James makes and styles.4CarsOnTrack.
mother Irs. tathi:1, who has been throughout North America.
a visitor in Canal Point for the I -Ir. Sharrer has long been I
WUWWUnsDouble II .
past two'l'l"ks.. I active in Ia.onic and Shrine work .
FeatureSaturday Miss Nell Howes, daughter of'Rt" and is a member of Egypt Temple

\'. and Irs. C. T. Howes of Pahokee in Tampa.

has been selected to play a I
I snare drum in the band at Florida Florida League Will

"Moon OverMontana" I I State!.,ee'College where she for is Women a student.Mrs. Tallahas. . fleet In Miami Beach MBER

B. W. Wood was able tQ L
return home last weekend from MIAMI BEACH-The program
the: Everglades Memorial Hospital for the annual convention of the
where she recently underwent an F1oridJ. League of Municipalities
Jimmy \\'akelr. Lee "L35se operation.Ir. to be held here November 24.26, .
White and Irs. Jake Walton and was announced this week by pre.i- -

children, Margaret and Jesse of dent E. L. Cole of St. Petersburg.
-ALSO"Cuban Orlando spent Thanksgiving Day Highlighting the meeting, Cole
with his parents, Yr. and trs. announced, would be an address
Pete"De Jesse Walston in Pahokee. by U. S. Senator Spessard HoIlan1
Mr. and trs. Jesse Walton had and Hatton \'. Summers, member

i Arnaz, Ethel Smith a. guests over the weekend their of congress from Txeas. 3 Cars Rolling
nieces, Jean and Sue Egger otI Clarence E. Ridley of Chicago,
- ----
Vest Palm Beach. director of International City
I Manager's Association will meet

___ _ Attorney
--- H with the City Manager group. .
General J. Tom Watson
\\ill meet with the city attorney lx4 Kiln Dried Flooring

I group, and city auditors, clerk.

A Servant of the Glades ac collecting and assessing of- lx6, lxS, No 105 Novelty Siding
ficIJls will be addressed by State
AudItor Bryan Willis and Ray E Miami \'d Siding and Ceiling ,

began. chairman of the league
To Miami reallocation and aid for cities {com '
4 Buses mlttt'e. Also lx6 And \Vider

To West Palm Beach I City official from all over the

I St.itt'111 h.. In atter.1an "' and SIIEATHINGPhone
f Daily To Ft )1}'er & Lakeland I


1 : : 2591 and

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b<:'cause of corctipati.an cr faulty d:
f':>t.l:1? It you fret b.:......,'. "' ,1:',
b,oa:.-d1h PSt head.1l!.: . b.:,e.
-:ci.chv. yogi: rr.. r bt pt.::....: t..., b:;
a b'JrCt'n C:1 your :\'l'r. R. :.1.::' ': .;;:-
c.\ ,t-d food becomes pur'a.: !,," .
("-s.lst'S toen.S r.ch c.t r:)01\1 t te'hH'r. Lumber
kt""t'pmg it from Air ;:1': pro;>
c,'; Then! 1- the Lct. to t r\ .. .. :. .:' GEIGER
'd tH' ty letting Ca: ,, :: .p
r. :re: sweep the p': n :..,:.'tt' 3: 1.J Company
::;.a::'v d..t tl'd r....':' :' 'r n: y ,:
:: .1d. act U'''' ,':: " :,.: d ;
re. r 1't sae cod c.d; C.;,':. ,', 1'u J.r .- Phc..ne 91) I'ahokee
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Page Eight tce Everglades New:. Canal Point, Florida Friday November 29. 1916

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Belle Glade Golden Rams-Ne\v Everglades Champions Berk wills eak--t the women of 1 tionals were led by Mrs. Hurt, as-
the Philtathea Clad, Miss E. Caraway sisted by trs. Hatton :Mrs Max
. i
: Ammons.trs.. Cora P. Phillip:,
presi ent. A most cordial
trs. Thompson and Irs. Howt"s
invitation is extended to the unaffiliated .!
were guest.s.
.. men and women of this i' -- 6X --
area to attend these cla ses. T
Phiathea Class meets in Masonic e,,' Pastor Canal

I Ball and Ue Ien's BIble Clas Point Baptists

iiw meets in Fellowship Hall at 9:43.i : :

I A most cordial invitation is extended -
TIev. Don Pinson has been chosen -
I to the many Jewish friends'
I tlf the Glades to attend, i as the new pa.tor of the C.m-

I ---- _._ I al Point Baptist church, according -

: Cln'nIIE OF fHUlST to an announcement by the

SCIENTiST"TIIANKSCIVJNC" governing board. Rev. PiDon hats
; is the sub-
been associated with the seminaryyin
sect of the u-sson-Serm\n which
Louisville y. He will preach
I will bt' read in Churches of Christ,
.t r his first sermon for the local eotgregation -
\ Scientist throughout the world
on Sunday, Dec.
Thanksgiving Day. I Pinson and his family will live
The Golden Text is: "Let the I
temporarily in an apartment -
of God ride in hearts,
your l1.
for them from Mr. Conn
I to the which also ye are called in i --.-. ----

one body: : and be yet thankful"
I Miss Dorothy Tucker, instructorat ;
'j ; 31Ci+a.rr.. h Sr t t .1Li 1 l. ta.u !' Cc10ssians 3 : 15.) Florida State College for Women -

... Among the citations which conprise : Tallahassee, will spend the
I-t raa. left to right Lewis Kebo Lee Burke Jimmy A4tp:... l1..r\ F"i1rCharle Penton James! Lay1eld. the u-sson-Strmon is the fol- \\wktnd here visiting hr parents,

Robert:!:.d Stat'v ill" !left to right Manager Joe Lea\'ltt Ward 11 ,r'! 'JI C If'- Wu'am' Buy Joe Leathers Caroll Mc-: : lowing from the Bible: take a :! \Ir. antI Mrs. G. H. Tucker.
Dc jad BI.b Matthews Herbert Lloyd Ray Kent joyful no .e unto the Lord, all re ---.--
Bo d Kotmal. Foyd: Ref"'."'. Roger Cuxmlnham, Bill
Jrd rm\ Left to right J T Harrt'li Billy Bearden lands. Enter into his with I
rcClat'ht'. Ralph Casseauz, Barry Beasent. Manager Miss Nancy Stever FSC\Y student -
thanksgiving, and into his tour's I II : Tallahassee: is visiting: her

with praise: be thankful unto him, rarcnts Mr. anllIr W. A.Stevens ,
III I and bless his name" (Psalms 100: in Pahokl'l\ thru the

1, dl. I Thanksgiving h'lidays.
includes' .._
I The Les.on-Sermon --- --

f the following passage from the : l.EGION: JtITIXC: :

Christian Science textbook, "Sei Fred and Percy Mansfield Post

l I once and Health with Key to the !II Mil and the Legion Auxiliary will

i ; : I l'1ptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: hold a joint meeting in the Pah i-

: I "Are we really grateful for the kt't, Woman's Club building on

r good already receiv'd Then we )Ionda '. Dt'l' 2, at S p. m. Plan
shall avail ourselves of the blessings for
5ra < I for starting: a building fund
we haw, and thus bt\ fitted to the financing of a new Legion

receive mort. Gratitude is much home will be worked out at this

: "F more than verbal expression of i meeting. Members of the Auxiliary -

thanks Action expresses more I II will bring gifts to this meeting -

I gratitude than speech" I p. 3 : 22). for the group's "jo shop",
,_ ,. !
bl sent to veterans
f I If these gifts to

f Sinlonson-Lair ; hospitals where they will II\ selected -

by the veterans as Christ-

Front row left to right George RozPlle, manager, Bobby Baker 90. Harry frt'md 87, Wilber Geiger 77. James Latham I Circle Meets IondayIt'mb'rs mas gifts to be sent to the home
86. Frank Gllll' 85 James 8rotl 81. Thomas DIckson 96. J. Eo Spoonrr 95. Rodney Connell 76. Fred Daniels 93, John Ogle folks.
88. Milton Salvatore 98. Ed Howell Manager. of the Simonson-L.1ir --- .....---- -
Middle row left to right: Frank THUs manager J. B Woodham 91. unence Connell $1. Raymond Caruthers 83. Floyd
Peacock 97, William Weathers 79. Kenneth Johnson 82, Huftlton Connell 78, James Sims 99, Lee Wroten 89. Lynn Circle, Pahokee WSCS, made plans Revival Will Start
Horn 92, Fred Taylor U J T Guerry 2. of Mrs
Back row, left to right: X 1., Garrison. Asst. Coach. Charles Dickson 68. Julian Snyder 80. Bm Elam lit Billy Jernll'tan' at a meeting at the home
1. Clarence Padgett 62, Buddy Sims 6S. Russel Sims 84, Lfnny Stuckt'Y 61, John T. Pickett 3, Charles Phillips 63, MaxWilson O. B. McClure Monday afternoon .At Nazarene Church

8. Claude c1.arty 4, Stanley Hooks 61, Clyde Alley.Coach... . ..... for a silver tea to be held in the

near future for the benefit of the : A revival will tart next Monday -
i fine workers maintaining the leas I of the Sunday School] lessons l of
Bible Class Enjoys Gertrude Shirley Circle. The com- night at the Nazarene church
with the others not too far behind this quarter will be received with
mittee appointed in charge of arrangements -I in PahokE.'t' and the pastor, Rev,
Excellent Attendance This Sunday will mark the close. much favor by the members.
included Mrs. H. J A. E. Kelly, district superintendent -
The results will be given by The teacher, Re\ C. A. Ioberg
I Anderson, Irs. Duncan PaJgfttand of the Nazarene churches in
Vice President Thur- was asked not too long if he
Much joy exists in the camp of Membership ago
Irs. C. T. }!owes.Mrs. South Carolina, will deliver the
the Pahokt't' Bible Class these mond Knight on Monday night, the believed it possible for a real Jew J. L. Hatton, Mrs. R F. evangelistic sermons
occasion of the for the to become a real Christian. For
days in view of the record I supper Hurt and Mrs I. \V. \\'t'eks were --.-
breaking attendance and addi- men and boys. The speaker Mr. the answer, it must be remem-
named on a committee to nomi- The Taylor County Chamber ot
tions in the enrollment A better I Russell Williams, one of the j bered that the Christian church
nate new officers for the coming Commerce is conducting a survey
i:1 south's orators will teI began with converted Jews, the
spirit of fellowship was never outstanding
I year. Plans were also made for a of Florida cities, using parking
thanks to El. worth Keen, disciples and many High Priest,
evidence with aU working as a present
I I Christmas parity to be held next meters to determine public reac-
unit for the salvation and edification class officer. This Sunday morn- etc., not to forgt Paul who was i
month at the borne of Mrs. T. L.i tion to them and reports that they
of those interested. The ing the class will have the privilege Saul. Some of the outstanding Burn are accEpted by the public and
the Rev. Samuel I and successful preachers today are
contest by the groups continues in ] of hearing
A program on "India" was:: presented prove profitable to the cities as a
the atmosphere' of Christian brotherhood Berk, Baptist minister formrey I those who han been convert by Mrs. Howe The devo- rpn-nue source.
with Paul Watson and his : a Jew This practical applicatlo'11a'IwtWi.trt. I to this program of thinkin Mrs. I

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