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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: December 6, 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
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FRIDAY


December 6, 1946 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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I I RECENT 1I iLion Official Is I Extra Christmas Time Vacation For : Some PostSeasonPahokeetLS.Blue Do1peOnAlle y's


OPERATIONS : Visitor In Pahokee Devil Gridders
I School! children will haw four
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-.- I days more Christmas holiday this !
Dr Claude Hicks of Lake Worth I What wa the math r \nth-the- the 19H Blue Devil lint with
I By Paul I'.ardin year returning to classes Jan 6
I district deputy governor of Lions Pahokee football squad Thanksgiving James Latham at lift end. James
instead of Jan 2
as originally
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: Eve i is a moot question Coach
International ,and city officials flf Sims. left tackle, J .E. Spooner
!scheduled, following action by the : Clyd Alley and Uncle Tom Campbell :
Have you ever dialed BelIe Glade Pahokee and Belle Glad were I right guard, Milton Salvatore,
school 1 Board I the
County Tuesday.The say boys were simply
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on your phone and all you got was guests of honor at the Tuesday exte11.lOn will include another : worn out at the close of a tough I! right tackle and Harry J.'remd,

a sound something like a sate mill? luncheon meeting of the Pahoke i weekend in the holiday peri- I schedule. Others contend they right end, wa, for its weight, one

Such a sound has been the order Lions Club L. J. Fraser program od, allowing pupils to return on ; became victims of penalty-phobia. of the best high school forward
of the day here of late I've got chairman, introduced, in addition !Monday instead of the previous ;early in the Pahokee.BiUe Glad wall in the State. It was a hard
a Jot of suggestions to offer the I to Dr Hick.... Mayor T C. Rich- !Thursday School close after ,(I rare and suffered a psydolog'icalI t.ittm; fast l"t.arg-inJ line \viti

telephone company in regard to ardson, City Clerk W p Walker, classes Dt'C 20 I each man on his toes aU the til1lt
better service in the PahokeeCanal :' Councilmen R. B. fackey and I. I i Pupils have their teachers to I I \\1thout entering into these It is bId o give individual credit
f'oint.Bt'Ut" Glade area I may M. Lair of Pahokrt'; Mayor George :thank for the extra vacation since .arguments and i ignoring \\'ellnes. to such a weU.balanrd group but
wait until after Christmas to tell Taylor, City Manager Henry Ear- I the boar 's action was in response day! night's fiasco WE' are going to in farewell we say hats off to
them but there are a lot of kicks I wood and Police Chief W 11. to numerous requests from teachers '; falute a great little team, the 1946I Guard J. F. 8rooner and Center
that certainly 0 u g h t to beI I Cochran of Belle Glade; Frank I for substitute to teach the few I Pahokt Blue Devils, and their I William \\'atht'fs who..e work real-
straightened out. Cost of tele- :Clark, president, and Oliver Four- ,'days after the original holiday able roach, Clyde Alley. whose :ly stood out. Performing capably
phone service here is as high or i nier a member of the Lake Worth i iI period ended, the teachers plan- I patience and thorough training :as reserves were James Scott
higher than almost any place else I Lions Club ning to take long trips during the : program produced the surprise John Ogle. Fred Daniels, Floyd
in the state and the service just Marshall Lair told of plans for I vacation, County Supt. John I. : eleven of the year I Peacock, J. B. Woodham and
isn't what it should be I organizing Pahokee Chamber of Leonard txplained i In the past there have been, 1 Huston C( nnt'll.
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I Commerce with an executive secretary --.- :perhaps, more outstanding dndividual I The 1946 Blue Devil team did
Want a Christmas tree? Robert to be hired at a salary of stars but never in the
all of its work on the ground. Con-
Mackey will have a truck load of I $40200 a year He said the sum Canal Point Forms i f''hool's football history has Paho- i "idering the fact it had no passin -
trees in Pahokee a week from to-I kee had a better-balanced, harder -
attack it is remarkable that
morrow-Saturday, Dec 14, to be pledg-ed i ixaC't. i I New Post Of Legion I.I hitting or smarter aggregation -:, the: team came through the season
( Robert has made arrange- asked the Lions for their support.It than this year's Blue ;with such a good n'rord. Because
ment for a load of Georgia cedars was reported that the club received :Devil ele\'en Fighting against ;Hof graduation or age the following -
I so get in touch with him and order $139.55 from its Thanksgiving A new American Legion post heavier opposition in practically I first string men played their
yours now! There's nothing like eve turkey raffle A joint known as the Canal Point Post No. I every gamt' AlIe\"s men outfought i last game of football for PahokeeiThanksgiving
a Georgia cedar for a Christmas meeting with the Pahokee Rotary 242 held its first official meeting : and in many ewes; outfoxed opposing -I ere: Latham, Spoon-
tree They stay green a long time Club in the Baptist Fellowship in the Canal Point school: audi- I teams to chalk up 1\ splendid I er Weathers, Salvatore Frt'md,
Hall no Thursday, Jan. 23 at torium Wednesday night of this II' record of eight victories, one Geiger, R. Connell and T DI'kson
which a Florida Chain of Missions week. Organization plans were scoreless tie and one defeat. Reserves lost this year included
Legion Halts Plan speaker will be featured on the completed and officers elected, I The absence of serious injuries Otis Boland, Lynn Horn and Lawrence -
program, was announced It was with Loel Lenc presiding as act- 'with the exception of Rodney Connell Connell
also announced that standing com- ing commander and L V Mc- through the season revealed In passing; WI' also want to salute -
For New Building mittee chairm"n will give reports Clelland, acting adjutant. (I Coach Alley's ability to teach his Robert O. Lampi's fine Pahokpe -
for the year at next \\'k's lunch- Roy Pope was elected commander I men how to take rare of them- high School Band and majorettes -
('on, of the new post which has already -: 5el\'r Alley has made the remark I whose entertainment at
Members of Fred and Percy
Mansfield Post 90. at a joint meet.ing -- .. ---- received its charter and is :I'that he has never worked with a I tt': half helped to make the football -

with the Legion Auxiliary intht' Bits Of News About ready to function as a full.fledg-I group of boys more cooperative games such colorful and gala
ed Legion post. Other officers i than was this years squad. The affairs. Three cheers also to the
Woman's Club Monday
building -
night, decided to hold up their People You Know chosen were Tommy Griffith, first I boys in turn, had only the deepest I vivacious group of girl cheer leachers. -
plans for building a new Legion vice commander; Francis Cross, I respect and admiration of theircoaclf. A pat on the shoulder to
home until they receive a clear \\'. \\'. Billy Weeks of Bell Jr., second vice commander; Bill This mutual respect and Melvin Pugh for a goof job of
Glade is the of the affection on the part of players f and another to Olaf
title to the lot to be used 8. a new president Johnson, finance officer and John announcing
building site.Commander, Country Club, succeeding Little S. Harrington, adjutant. A group and coach is what makes good I Roe for the loan of his public address -
Edward A Jensen Doc VanLandingham A fine new of 50 veterans were present at the football teams. .ystem.
appointed Melvin Spooner chairman road i. now being constructed meeting to sign up 39 charter : Just what made the 1916 Blue I -
committt't' from Belle Glade to the government members DeVil tram click? First of all it I ii1d;
of the membership Funeral I For
Adjutant Claude S. Jones dike which leads past the The group voted to meet regularly -. wa fine team work with everyman I
reported Post 90 now has 201 country club , Dozens of large the first and third Monday knotting his job and doing it
members in glkd standin At the produce trucks have jammed the nights of each month. The next to the best of his ability.In Lonnie Knight
meeting Everett Baldwin, C. C. packing house center in Canal ,mfetinz will he on Dl'c. 16 at S the backfield was Thomas
Hitchcock, Dr Roland Long and Point this week waiting for loads :p. m. Meetings will lit' held in Dirk.'fIn, one of the be.t Pahoketfullhatks
Louis Lowery were received as to northern markets , Harold I the scholl 1 auditorium temporarily of all tim('. Dlckson's Funeral Sfn'll'Swt held toZellwood.
new members. Tt'dJt'r is now connected with the I. until a permanent meeting place .horizontal plunges through center Fla., Wednesday for
During the social hour which 1riple A and recently completed :1 can bt' fountJ were amazing to watch and were Lonnif' Knight 63. who died suddenly .
followed the meeting refreshments surveyof the potato deal in the (I I _._- almost always good for that extra Monday from a heart nttark.He .

were served by l1\t'mbt'rl of the Everglades , .H. C Collins of School Bd. Members yardage when most! ne'dt'd. lit' is curvivcd b\ his1ff, a
the 13.1dcocktorE' in Pahokt't' an- was also a good kicker, tlorkt'r brothrr Walter of Alma Ga.; a
auxiliary. flounce that hip company has purchased Study ',17 Legislation and taekler and near the end of sister, lr9. Annie Long fir Laidowici. .
- I additional land in Belle I the season was breaking through G1.: and ftw-half brothers,
Ed Butler Nan1ed Glade for a largo warehouse . . School board members from fur fairly Ions nms. At quarter- Urrrnan nf Fort Pierre and fJ of
I It F. Fears recently bought the Palm Beach county art In Jacksonville back fI.ition W1lbur Geiger made Oktf'dotw I. L Knight of Belle
South Bay Mayor Christine Cochran property in Pahokee where they art- attending an excellent general. using good Glade is a uncle. fir the d'ta.otd.
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md plan a new furniture an important mN..ti'1; of the board ,strategy in most cases In calling -. --
F.d It Butler was elected mayor I I store on the :lite.I members and sups rintt nderts or pla's. lie was famt for his Bleed1 J.c"atcd In
t f South:: Bay with a vote of 105 I Carl Lorkm11lt'r, who has been the st.'ltt' They met y.tt'reb,,' quick kicks that pulled the team
aver \\'. 11. Jt'rh's incumbent, :as.ociatedith the Bdzner hardware and will conclude their d. 'ussons out of many a hoe-: and hip tikll",1 X'W Pahnk Office
who faded! S7'oh'.. Ont'31 Walker I store in Belle Glade for tOtby. Their :I t'ndcaUN: for place klckin-; von Pahok:. 'It flfli'
and J. ("arroll'arCt'n, both i lyears. now has hl own hardware I consideration of vital matters to game .: toe sea-'n tint! a'our.tf'd 0. Ft PII't', h r.a moved his 01.
World War :2 veterans, were elected I store in the nt'W'tn' Bas block 1come I before the 191i legislature for a'a': of to extra lomts after flee In .ahnkt' to the new Kautz
tu rHIndI. as was S.:: J. F1shrr, in Belle Made . . Plans are un- and other s'hooJ p rob 1 t m 5 tmrhdl:''' ;edge.so did well building retentiv erected on
:lnl'um\lt'nt. A field t\f six candidates -'dt'rwain I lithe Glade for formation throughout the state. in quarterback sneaks and \\1.1 al- Barom POint noad. Mr. BJt"f'f't
sought! the thrt't offices.1Salkcr o'f an Elks Lobe. IneorperIrators Attending from Palm Beach ways a threat to the opposition in handles general insurance aDd real
polled the high vote tf 130 I are hoping for 100 new county are Supt. John J. Leonard broken field rnnmn::. Paboktt's estate! and hu built up a splendid
Fisher hall 122.: WarCt'n 95: ; C. I members bU' t' time the new and Board Members Carmtn &jntorf outstanding brf'akawI'at. back bustneu during the put few
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F l'r1fhf1t'1.t t9: A. It Barnes, GS charter is preserted . \\'nrJ of Pahoktf. George A. was lIalfbark Rodney! lInnt'1l who years that hf' hat been a re'sid'. t
and W G lt.\wen. 59 The bUn :from Lake harbor is t\ the effect i Taylor of Belle Glade, fu1 h Ket-: received a senouknee injury of Pabok. David Chane rrently ', .
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ton sought reelection that the Lake harbor Civic Club tier of W Palm Beach and George early 1n the lake \\'urth game dWba'Jf'd ff'tJftl t:: 1
----- ---.-- will be reorganized on next Monday -:Sl ton of Vest PIm Beach In. and was so.ly missed by the Navy will ht. aAlklClatf'd with ti'Ilkech

n n snn'T MItTING.l : : right at the sciool budding= ; Lauren Il1nd. who become. a Blue Devils fur the remainder of in con+lw t 'Jf the insurance
at Sp.m I f\1t'mbo-r of the bOdrlt the first of the M'uon. Best defense bark and real estate bo"Ir.I in thr new
flip Scout Park mt"t'tinin ----.- (I January IS also 10 attendance at I was Frank GlIltJ who uncovered location.
l't' hM tonight at T.3o'l''Ik! In Mr and Mrs I S. Gutnt' lad the meetrg ;;surgrw.rgly abihty a. a tall car- -- .. .. --

tr.t' L ors dub building i:1 Paokt't' as guests Thanksgiving' day Mr. I .- riff aJ the season advanced and Mr and Mrs L L. StucUy
according to a.1 announcement and Irs. C. \\'t'll of Stuart, Mr. 1Iu. J W. Wood of Lake 11'orts 'a-i the only first string wk rotgradaatng' spent Sun4ay In Miami Beach
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by Jb D. I :'.:ers. All cubs. and Mrs. Levy Cst"rie cf Lake visited her hubAr.J partnU Mr.and : should rave a strong v'\1Ung Clarke Stuckf7 'AU to a
rri"'chw cuh and their parents Worth and M;!. &tte: McKtnst.'y Mrs. n. w .\\(1-1 1:1 PaokftSl pivot for ut fur' backfield.Averagttng l IpaL'ent at a veterans h 'I'1al
are urged tore i.1 stttnJCCt. ad daughter. Pc::), zdya. : 154 pis totr zrar' U.I't.EsfaVishec



Two The Everglades \ew Canal Point Florida Friday, December G, 1946

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THE EVERGLADES NE\VS H. '"ann.Irs.: Iztta Kautz.Irs.: --- --- -- -- --

Becky Starling, :\lrs. Dow Geiger,
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
:\lrs. E. C. Echols.Irs.. Francis STUCKEY
Established 192 Published Every Friday 'Cross, Sr., :\Ir.s. Sadie Barwick, I
Subscription Price 82.00 rear In Advance :\11'3. Don Kepp, :Miss Lucille !
I I Williams, :\Irs. J. V. Thomas :\11'1; ;
The E'ergladesews Is Entered at the Post Office Ethel Fl\'nn, lrs. Sam : Fertilizer Works I IY'

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :\latter. Sr., Irs. Paul Sasser, :\\ICKinstr\1
Starling, Irs. Tom .
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher Addle :\Iartin. :\Irs. Wilson and :
:\Ir. Minnie L. Hughes. 'I our Local Manufacturer

Too Big i\ Bite I -.-

On the theory that it never hurt a champ to find out he I Iwa QuattlehaUltl- FERTILIZERSuperior
n't im'incible, it might be }pointed out that the junior
chamber of commerce bought some valuable experience in i Flowers

sponsoring the recent rodeo. The net loss of $2,000 mar ; PoisonBait
turn out to be a good investment if it serves to produce amore I :Miss :Minnie Ruth Flowers

thoughtful attitude among 3 group of eager young daughter of J. T Flowers of \Iadi-

men who hare refused to recognize their own 1imitation I son. Fla., became the bride of

Youthful exuberance is an admirable (IUalit),. But encour- Chief Petty Officer Leonard T.

aged by a series of successes, it tends to get out of hand and Quattlebaum, son of \11' and :\Irs.J. -- ----

becomes a dangerous liability that can produce a lot of P. Quattlebaum of Jacksonville

hadachs tat I I a double ring ceremony held Phone 4201 Night 533 :
The Jaycees have earned and enjoyed a full share of pub-
at the Park I
lic confidence in Fort JI 'ers. Their achievement in lastwinter's T'mpleIethodist
Church in Fort Laud l'dal: on PahokeeJ Fla.
Pageant of Light was applauded by ereryone They
:\ '. 25. The
Iondayo\ vows were
were host to a tate convention generally recognized as the
read by Re\ J .R. Hanger, p1stor.'a .
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rerol'd They have pitched in whole- '
most enjoyable on ; the couple stood before the
heartedly on many civic enterprises and their effort hare ,church altar decorated with white
outshone those of any other club .gladioli and flanked with potted
In appreciation of this record the community will join in ''palms. A program of prenuptial PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

regret that the rodeo venture came a-cropper. Financial fail- organ music preceded the cerl'-
ure WB a consequence not of an unwillingness of members ,mon)', ..-
to work hut because the undertaking too large for a The bride, given in marriage by
town of this -ize. And the Jaycees, hustler though they W. H. 1'ann wore a white tailored

are, were not numerous enough: to handle all of the detail,, suit with black accessories and !I ')
of orchid. Around her I
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for the debt which the determine corsage !
Except $2,000 Jaycees are I neck was a double string of pearls I CHRISTMAS
+l to pay off, the whole experience i is now water over I and she carried a white prayer I
the dam. It is encouraging, nevertheless, to find 3 new at- I book with satin streamers.
titude of reali-im among the more active junior chunhcl' I :Miss L\'nd'll1 Allison of Fort MERCHANDISE :
Jrader\hip Their decision to call a halt on all new projects I Lauderdale was maid of honor and :1:1'i
until the Pageant is completed is very much in the public I Iintere \\"al1acE.. Quattlehaum brother

t. It is an approach which will preserve for the cornmunity of the bridegroom. was h,5t man. I 'i -NO'YI :
the enormous asset it has in the .Ja\'l'ee That Mrs. Quattlebaum is a graduate i :
outfit i is too potent a charge to hare its :,11ot" (scattered of Pahokt't' High School and for I I
Fort Myers Xew-Prcs. several years made her home with ON DISPLAY
Mr. and :Mrs 1v. N. 'ann In Can- I :! :
al Point. She graduated from
Party In Honor Of hy11'8.. H \\". Miller, \11'8. L. J. :the School of Nursing at Jackson I ;.1 1 i i.j
: Fraser, \Irs. C. T Jackson and Memorial lIospital. :Miami, last i .j Come in ttda and makl'lir( selection while ourstock :i

Mrs. QuattlehaunlfI's. Sirs P.1 Catt\ Jr I Ii 5pnn11': : i is full. A mall down payment will keep yourselections ,:

i Anuung those registering the :\ Quattlebmm has h''n a !i on our IIawahelf until Cllristnnas: eve.Be I II
Alma Farro\\ and Irs. lJrhle's hook were \Irs. Jess \1. member of the U. S. Coast Guard : !i
Charlotte \\'a13ton entertained at ElliottIrs., P. HfIlin.11'5.. Lt'\\'is for the past 10 years and during : sure to shop} e31:1\.". I
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the Lions Hall :Monday night with Friend, \Irs. F.1.. Shacghnet y, the war served 51 months overseas I
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a bridge party and miscellaneous \I1's. Abe Dobro'\, \Irs. O. R participating in the three major I[ I I --0--
bird\'s shower in compliment to Bleech, Mrs I.1.. Lair, Irs. Mary invasions in the European-African I I.i I.:i \
Mrs. Lt'unm11', Quattlebaum who i Sims, 'oIl's. Mary Louise Jackson, theatre anti in one invasion in the II
before her marriage in Fort Lauderdale Irg. W. P. Jernigan, 'olri. H. T. Pacific area.Following. I !i 'Vestern Auto Associate StoreI I ,
on No2;i wag :Miss Minnie 'Williamg Irs. Alice Kin,>ly.. the ceremony Mr. and

tuth Flowers. :\11'5. Lucille Miller, \Irs. \\". 11. :\frs. W. H. rann're hosts to I. M. LAIR, Owner PAIIOI\EE, FL11.KIIA4) .
The Iarh' started with the play "IaIrs.. Rudolph Faulk Irs. the bridal party at a wedding supper I '.
inC ff bridge and ended with asocial Clara Bl''rrly.lrs.. J. T. Fuqua at the Sea Horse in Fort I (
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hour during which refreshments )11'8. R. G. Johnson 'oIl's. Rupert Lmderdall' The couple plan tn I
were served hy the Mock, 'oIl's. A. J. 14udt'01an11'5.. make their home in Miami where
hott's: t\'J. r.ritg-l': prizes were won Frank Colon.1: r s. Christine he il now stationed. II I
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Friday, December 6, 1946 The Everglades 'etrs, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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I the spring. After the educational Program in which the first part !\'otionals. Mrs. Barnes assisted
Pahokee Baptists To Educational building is finished the construc- of "The Life Story of Lottie Irs. Wrotfn in the serving of refreshments .

See Chart Lesson tion of a beautiful church audi- Io\n" wa rt'vit'\wd. Mrs. Homer '' to 15 members pres. I

Building Going Up torium will complete the building Barnes was in charge of the de- ent.

The next in the series of sermon program,

teachings based on the chart . -- ,
"Rightly Dividing the Word of Construction is now wen undt'l'- I II

1'ruth", will be presented Sunday way on the new 110 by 40footI I Patsy Elliott To Be I .A SMALL 1
the of the First j II
night bj' pastor
two-story concrete block Educational Page In Legislature
Baptist Church of Pahokee Many
are of the opinion that the Bible Building for the Pahokee i
teaches one final judgement day First Baptist Church. The building Miss Patsy Elliott, daughter of Down Payment I!
will contain 16 classrooms and ,
when all will be in the presence Representative: and Irs. B. Elliott
I provide ample space for 400 Sunday of Pahokfe, recently was chosen .
of God there to receive their eternal I ,
verdict. Rev. Moberg will show school pupils. I a page girl at the Florida House \\'i11 hold any article in our !

from the chart and the Bible five To date church officials have : of Representatives in Tallahassee, Huge Stock ,,1
days of judgement as confronting been fortunate in obtaining high I receiving 80 \'otes. She is a .stu- ,i
quality materials for this structure I dent at the Pahokfl" Junior High :
every human being past present I
and future and it is planned to have the first School. 'i UNTIL CHRISTMAS :

The Class Quartet will present story ready for occupancy within I --..
a srl\cial program. The "lUumi- 60 days, according to Riley Tillis ,

natC'd Cross Meditation Sing" a member of the church building Christmas Partr Is

with and orchestra augmentation will by complete the choir the ,I 'at committeE'its present If pace progress the educational continues!Planned By Cir le : Come In TOday! ::1

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should be in
musical program. At the morning building completed 1\\
hour of eleven the pastor will :oix months, he said. N. D. Evans I The Business Woman's Circle 1I''

preach on the subject "Christ Died and M. F, George are in charge of First Baptist 11'MU, made plans '
for the Jew anti the Gentilp" The the construction. i for the roup': annual Christmas JULIAN . . .

Ladies Quartet will sing "The Nail The educational building i is the I party at a meeting held last week I,
Scarred Hand" The Sunday second of a series of three units i at the home of \lrs. Bud Wroter.,
Srhlolill convene at 9:45: and it planned in the current building ,I Plans were also made to send a CHANDLER'S
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is hoped that the goal of three program of the First Baptist I Christmas gift to Miss Dorothy
hundred will be met. AU members Church. The first of the series, :t ,Thompson, the local R'ML"s por-
and friends of the: church are handsome 100 by 32.foot FdIO'I ....- +I tfge at the Baptist ChilJr'n's . . . PAIIOKELi
rordillly in\'ih'd. The Training :hip hall, also of concrete block I Home in Arcadia,
Union with its goal of one hundred I construction, was completed il I Irs. W. M. DuBc a presented a '.=-=::::'- ---- - - ---

will meet at 6:30. O. O. Gilbert

and Irs. W. M. DuBoS are therepective I. . .. . . .. ,. ... ... ... . .. ,
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Two weeks ago the nt'\ C A. :?: KEEP FAITH WITH : :

lohHg, pastor of the First flaptist A ? ;8 b,4 1E
Church of Pahkpl' was the W ,
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speak ly in night,Tampa.at Orlando the I Youth atllrtlav Floritla.for)Christ hlo Tomorrow Ral-will-I E!(; CHRIST AAS't


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D. D. Bllell and children: of "
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Page Four The Everglades N'ewa, Canal Point, Florida Friday. Deeember 6, 19t6


This Week's Personality he had made and, behold it wa Mrs. Frances Harlow and Irs. I I Mr. and Irs. C. B. Starling had
. wry good" Genesi3 1:27', 31 to Sara Thomas attended a civics 'as I guests Tuesday Marvin Hester

1st period meeting in West Palm Beach last of Junction City. Ga.. and Grady I
The Lesson-Sermon also includes Thursday. Hester of Boca Raton
the following passage from the
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Christian Science textbook "Scirnce -
and Health with Key to the -- f.
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'riptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: .

I The dimit' Principle or Spirit I Ii B. F. Goodrieh Sih'ertown Tires That
c'ompr'hend and expresses: all. i iI
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and all mast therefore be as per- I
I feet as the divine Principle is per-I Outwear Prewar Tires I
I test: . Dt'itv3 satisfied with
!His work. How could He he oth- :
: rwise since the spiritual creation i Better rubber developed by B. F. Goodrich makes 8ilwr-

'g. I was the outgrowth. the emanation. -I tow'.n.s run cooler wear longH. Stronger cord more cords

I of His'infinite self-contain-.. per inch, and an extra shock-ab orbl'r breaker trip provide -
meat and immortal wisdom for a tire bod '.
I stronger Wider flatter tread puts
yq : 51S:27-29;;: 519:31.
9 more rubber on the road to share the! wear and 'Ire's quicker
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I C J. Hendry owner of the Canal I
annoanred' e \\'hlt'r. flatter tread
P"lnt Liquor Store :
tins week that he had sold the : g :J.1 0.tronger! : tire homy 6.111)-16 $ 1. 1 0
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stock I to Jacko'Jk of Miami.Mr. 4 hudi-ah".rl"'r breaker trim
Plus tax:
Hendry has leased the build-
I trig to the new owner who will
'YE HAVE IX STOCK
I make hIS home in Canal Point.I .

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I Miss Barbara 1-Xam3ra spent I IJ 6.00x16 ply 1.50x21-1 ph'

thl Thanksgiving holidays with i 6,00116.6 ply 5.50x i .1 1 plyi.50x16
friends In 'It-arwater. :

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1 : :Prince Theatre I 6,70115.1 ply As 81.25 per week



Pahokee, Florida Henderson Texaco Station


Week of December PJIUXt: 3111 \IIOIUE: :, FI.\.
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T. L ITO nt\ nUH\S . . III IS the chap p1l'tul'f'1l In this I "Sensational
q.t hJoi't'k Tummy IS well anti favorably known t" nlllst Ilf trot' I I )"ibuteI'
folks in the Lake Okr'cholt-'e Farming Reg-IOn ills ready smite! IS Journey"r %
known to all who visit Burns Dry Cleaners In Pahokt't, Ht' l'aml' r A r
to I'ahoJCt'e track in Ifl3 from Fitzgerald, Georgia wherc he had
IMF 11 t: ';agtin the dry cleaning business for several years. lie i.;; Payne, Iallr'n O'llara, 0 It .1LL TIME3T -
known to tlis friends as Tommy and is an ardent civic rlllh worker \\ !liam Bendix
staunch supporter of Pahol't'c High S'hool Blue Dt'ils whether they i J
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are winning or losing' lie and h's. Burn with their daughter, Ann w JL f
Rita, lire in their own home on Second Avenue in Pahokt'e.
.. i Double FeatureI

('lIn1I W (lIm T heaven, and earth, and the sea 1 t
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S'IlSTNl' and all that in them is" I Acts Tup .- W'e(1.CDLUI3tAPuetuREs .
"GOO TilE ONLY CAUSE .1:2i.AM : ..
) Cnr.ATOH" iV i the :ubjt"'t of Among the citations which com- '
the \on-Rl'rmon which will be prise the Les.on-Senllon; i+ the presents p.c
read in Churches of Christ. Rd'ntftlllowin, from the Bible: "Ro God DESSts
1st. throughout; the world on Sun- created man in his own image in 17:t.e"331S
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.by. I 'ember 8. the IIHag-I' of God created he him: .
Th" Golden Text is' 1rd. male and f'mal'fl'a1t.J h. tiwm.thlll i
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u! .rt Gl, \\"hll'11 hast mad . And God saw t'wry tnmg hat i
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I 11Jru; id Kills many chewing insects gVSSELI A LYNN

f + ...,..., 'r ERMN '
IF;F CR1'OLlii t Ic Nigh control I at I low cost DONLEW _i \\Vaterluan\ Schaeffer Parker

k 115ECTICIDE'!
.. Also available mixed with
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I' iur 1"I'u Ult! I' ill..lil'i.I,... are 1111" "Lone Star Texas S19.9
1i1.II'j''! : I''nm \\ 1l.3: ". I'euco HB.:;U. $11.50 S13.50

)I'r'IIe [:mul..iun t onrl.lisle. I','neo t'.11.
tie SllraA. t tln..uIi ullr .Ii..lrihll'ttf for Ranger"I

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Friday, December 6, 19t6 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pare Flue

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Laverne Geiger has returned to her birthday Those I I Ii

his studies at Miami Military attending were Mr. and )!rs. I. S. i
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-\cad my, Miami, after spending Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Guthrie i Authorized :
the Thanksgiving holidays with Dealers .
,Mr and Irs. Bose Le\'ins and
his patents, Mr. and Mrs. V, L.
Geiger.Bill daughters Doris and Opal, 'Irs. WISCONSIN AIR COOLED EXGIXES
j Bobbie rcKinstry and daughter
Mr. and lrs. C. M. Baker, Jr.. Shirley, student at 'Univer- Penny, and Marcia Jean Guthrie. ; ALSO REPAIR PARTS :
sit of Florida Gainesville,
of Pahokee announce the birth of spent :I Miss Margaret Harlis of West
with his ,
:1 daughter, Anne Shirley, at the Thanksgiving parents : Palm Beach was a busines.; visitor XE\r pourABLE W'ELIER to
Mr. and 'Irs. C. L. Shirley, in Pa- : Enabelin U5
Everglades Memorial HOo-pital on in Pahokee Monday.Mrs. .
hokee. do kind of Steel Con truction at place
Dec. 1. i Ronald Watson spent the any any
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. /flacks) 'Ir. and Mrs. B. S. Waring and Thanksgiving holidays with her
Murphy of Pahokee announce the children returned to Madison Sun- 'mother in Georgia. Manufacturers Of
birth of a son, Emmett Gustav, day after a visit of several days : Mr. and 'Irs. Leonard 1'. Quat-
at the Everglades Memorial Hos- here. They were the house guestsof tlebaum left on Wednesday of this IRRIGATION AN n nnAIX.\GE PUMPS
\0\ 27. \Ir. and Irs. Dave W. Cunning- week his !
pital on for a visit with parents nrnIt\rLIC IOI.E nlt\IXS
'Ir. and lrs. G. X. Mills of ham ; fir. and Mri. J, P. Quattlebaum WEED CHOPPERS !
Canal Point announce the birth of ),11'. and Irs. J. C. Phillips of in Jacksonville and her father. J. i
a son, Harold Edward, at the \\'auchuIa spent the holidays here T. Flowers, in Madison, Fla. j
Everglades Memorial Hospital on with their son and daughter-in- 'fr. and Mrs. Jack Carr and \YE MANUFACTURE ErERYTHIXG TIiAT'S31ADE

No\ 27. law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips ,.Irs. L. H. Kimball spent the OUT OF IRON FOR USE IXI
'Ir. and Irs. Malcolm Thames and other relatives. Irs. Phillips I weekend in Lantana itin lrs. I TilE GLADES
of Lake Harbor announce the returned home Sunday and Mr. i Kimball's brother, J. P. Cowart,
birth of a son, Jimmy Ray, at Phillips remained for an extended I and sister, Irs. John IcCarley.I .
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon I While they were away Mr. Kimball i
:\0\'. 30.Mr. visit.Mr.. and Irs. G. W. Jaudon and went I fishing at Everglades City. Canal Point fachineVorks
and Irs. G. I. Del's of Belle i ;
children spent Thanksgiving in Mr. and Irs. W. H. Webb Sr..
Glade announce the birth of a Pahokee with his brother-in.law hare returned from a visit with CANAL POINT PIIOXE 531 Po 00 BON 466 :

daughter, Gerry Delores, at the I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley his parents, Mr. and Mrg. James 1 I
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Everglades Memorial Hospital onNov. 1 Tillis.A ';! Wehb in Daytona Beach. I
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23._ ... Guthrie family reunion and i Weldon Cardin visited his father -
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dinner party was held Sunday C. E. Cardin, in Miami through
honoring Marcia Jean Guthrie on I the Thanksgiving hoidays PATRONIZE TIlE ADVERTISERS
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank 'olson

had as guests the pa.<.t week his. p We Are Household Outfitters
sister, Irs. S. D. Carver of Jacktionville .
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
BO\wn of Hi'hmond, Va.Sgt. 0

Jlug-h Branch has turned For The Entire Lake Okeechobee Farming Area c
to Fort Benning, Ga., after spending :
the Thanksgiving holidays
with his mother, trs. Kate iJ ,,.... ...... r .. .
ranrh, in Canal Point. iliiJ ': t I I' +t t't + ih .) In 0 lJl' large and specialized .toch: \\'e hate most

ratll'l Elmer, at B.Florida anti Ronnie Military Elliott Academy f.lj; f: LXJ: k$' t1 1" erel'Y article that is used ill the home and if not in

Rt. Petersburg. spent the &J f.r: :: :'; :: U1 f 5 'I,q.t" 'C :?' ;' Pf'i/ .' stock I It mill he supplied 1, and \\'C illrite roil to collie L'
Thank i'inghohdays with their .
parents Pahokt', Mr. md Irs. B. Elliott.in 'J Ji"I' <-I + "r;]i } .' II! ; and make your needed selections, delh'ered to your

Dr. and Irs. Holand Lon; have ': {.....Jj: J' home, for cash 01' on acceptable payment terms, CN.
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as guests her parents Mr. and 't .. ..-._, ,'
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and her uncle aunt. '. .'" .. ,' .
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Ind.Mrs. Clayton Beard, Richmond tJ I .. :: .t : ';:noJ'* .i{1VlFi-i." } ::.: .\. ;: , .:,.......:: : :. .;:.:.; New Floor Linoleum I

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+;''vb4 carload of plain floor linoleum in
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and reconditioned trailers. Small 1ItJ { ;.... "'>>-M.. . 'v.J ,, ,4j L'I
down payment balance like rent.We I ,.. } bottled Gas DIXIC flanges 8109.:10I : E Ep
haw three lots and carry a .
\'l'nty-fiv thousand (loll a r s .. .. . J..n .dh "h Oil StO\'cs-Various I les and Prices

stock, we surely can solve your I
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hOlL..in problem Arthur Trailer

Sales, 1-.rt main St. PahokE't'.
Open from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. I Bed Room Suites Mattresses

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tllly! inchlllingundy. HehIt" i ,

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and i ; ,
located, Improved land a
1I0\'S BEAUTY REST for single OJ'i
cattle ranches.4i, percent intert'st
I \rood and 111f Collie and) a
tleSlgns.
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10 to :20 to Prudential i 1 1)eI 1
Insurance years Company pay of America,, I'" double UeIsf 1 also vlH'lngs 1 1p f 01' the

Apply C. A. Bailey, agent. Belle!: I make a selection .. . .. SS1.aO to 8J.IS.OO c0111binatiol1. LHal
Glade 1012H.' i, Phone 70. U

nm S.\U:: New Chrysler Industrial :

iwncer unit starter and gen CIII-istIl18S Gootls For Tile Ilollle
orator and automatic shutofPhone :
531or 4002 Canal Pomt. tj
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S.\l.E tuckt $UM1
nut : yds
Vest Palm Beach Sand Shel!i'' Our store will hc featuring a large line of Christmas wares, as

4 yds $J 200. C. A. Bailey Bell

Gl.1dt'--. - --. lItl : in the Imst. RADIOS, PLAYER BOXES. F L 0 0 R L A \1 I P S.1ITCIlEX !

11'.\:\ : ): Experienced Cht'\'rolt'!
mechanic also body and pain t LIVING AXD I D1XIX(; ROOM SETS, and many art]. !

man. 1't'rnl1ntnt jib l'lIntl\1'1 t

O. O. Gilbert at Christian. Chevrolet ; des to adorn the home
rt'mr\ny in 1"3hlkt't' .r phonlPahokt't'
2371 or 4511 9I.IWI \!!

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furnished best buy m P.\hllkt't'

See l\r call Din eirpt'ntt'r. l'h.n

:371.I _. Furniture Co. ..shoutx' I
The Collins
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l.trat' I..c. has Carpenter P., :: .
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Dealers in Badcock Furniture C!

rUIU:: 50x10) tot !):; ...I' learn how t-a\ it i ill tv buy the

1lt:1 main street pnl $ Iltll.m \ "B.DCOl1WILL mEAT yor mGHT" N
krms. See Robert hewedl"anal :. P.adc..k way. rime in today.

Point t'13r t.J North \lIin :street Phone 1161 1161 Pahokee I' la. ..

, \\\1 tlt: : Girls.r IS t\f rlitt .

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Page SL The Everglades \ews. Canal Point, Florida Friday, December fi,1946
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Banquet For Sons I.sessors of the highest total, 51 I Cowart received the oldest son I (][1 [n [U4 rnAJ
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points. Captain J. R Miller and award, Tommy Knight the 'oung-
And Fathers Success his workers were a close second est. M. F. George was presented On Your Next Visit to West Palm Beach 110 Your
with forty nine points An appro- the oldest man award Although
One hundred and thirty-five priate award was presented to the 4 years of age, certainly this man
men and boys assembled in Baptist group which finished last. For I of much activity and spirit fulfils Christmas Shopping o
Fellowship Hall on Monday detailed information relative to I the adage "one is a.s old as iJ1I.I.SEr
night for an occasion of fellowship this, aU interested are requested he feels." The invocation was de- 0 -AT-
not soon to be forgotten The to see Song Leader R. Cowart. livered by EI worth Keen and the 0 & GRIFFITIII 0
sumptuous feast of baked bam : The Male Quartet was at its benediction by O. 0 Gilbert.
and the appurtenances thereto, best, climaxing its program with Lawrence Jaudon, president of the FOR-
I
served in buffet style, was aU one the singing of the request number class, was the master of cere- *
WALLETS and BRIEF CASES
could ask for, thanks to the ladies ,, "Let the Lower Lights be i monies. Re\ C. A. l1oberg, past- I L!
of the church with Mrs. Wiley 'Burning" The activities of the i I lor and teacher was: at the piano. I CAMERAS and ACCESSORIES Q
Tillig, C'hairman. Beautiful was evening were brought to a moun- ;:Greeters were Windy Willis and 0 TilE LATEST IX BOOKS hJ
the Cbritmas motif of the poin- tain top experience when Dr. Rus-i I Wiley Tillis FOUNTAIN PENS and DESK SETS
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sell Williams, introduced by Els-[ .e.
settia.Th welcome address was de- ;I worth Keen, spoke on "Happi- IEXts BIBLE CLASS 0 PERSONAL STATIONERY [

livered by Fellowship Vice Prsei- ness," This gifted man in keeping I With 77 in attendance last Sun-I I II CIIILDHE nOOKS Q
dent Claude Shirley The results :'with the occasion so presented his day the goal of 100 for the Paho- I PICTURE FRAMES iJ
of the contest which dosed last them as to leave with man and : kee len's Bible Class is nearing :
Sunday were announced by Mem- boy alike something to be remembered fruition. The hoped for enrollment And Many Other Items for Christmas
bership Vice President Thurmond a long time. of 200 is gradually becoming Gifts '
Kni ht. Tokens of appreciation Danny Iullis and H. C. Jackson' a reality thanks to the increase in : iJ

were presented to Group Captain celebrated their birthdays and I membership each Sunday. This :L! HALSEY & GRIFFITH Inc. o
Paul Watson and his men the pos were honored accordingly. Angus I Sunday the usual splendid musical ,

.. I program by the Class Quartet 3t3.t.li; Datura St. Phone 3553AVest
:will bt' presented. The teacher
Palm Beach Fla.
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: YFUNERAHO rn----1 lesson "Do this in remembrance ofMe.
BER ." The threefold time element
involving "Commemoration. Meditation -
and Anticipation" will be

Ambulance Service dwelt upon. A most cordial invitation
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is t.xtended to all unaffili
atl'd+ men of this area and vkitors.

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Friday, December 6, 1946 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Seven

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Church News From Methodist Youth Fellowship at the beach before returning home. 'Yaring Family Is Irs. John E. Wilson at the Pure

Moore Haven Those who attended were Joe Oil Station on Canal Point Road

Canal pt. Methodists I The Junior Fellowship has undertaking and Buddy Parker, Martha and Honored With Party or to Irs. John T. Pickett, Sr.,

I the cleaning and deco- Mary: Hall Frances Wilson, Joann on Bacom Point Road. These
Tte Morning \\'orship Service of I An outdo party md hamburger -
I rating of the two lots adjoining Eder.feld: Norman Coleman, Hal gift must be received before Dl'c.
the Canal Point Methodist Church fry was held on the Lake levee
the parsonage in preparation for Rosenberg. Russell Dart, Gene 15 in order that disabled veterans
3t 11' A. 11. will be built around Saturday evening honoring Mr.
the theme of "Our God li Able!" the building of the new Sunday Buchanan, and Bonnie 1il1fr. and Mrs B. S. Waring and child- :, get them before Christmas.
Local auxiliary members who
from the text in Dan. 2:17 "Our School Building. The IYF has -.- h-n. Howl'll. John, Rosa Iabel and
plan to attend the joint meeting
able." Sun- Martha Ann, of Madison who
God whom we serve is obtained to clear the
permission with the Belle Glade Legion Auxiliary -
day School with a c1as.i for every Mrs. Elliott In Charge visited friends in Pahokee through
churchyard and build a barbecue in Belle Glade on Dt'C. 10 at
precl'ew the service at : the Thanksgiving holi ay.;.
person pit for church\\ide use Glades Tag Agencies 3 p. m. are asked to contact Irs.
lOOQ: A. M. X. V. Iaxson is the {i Attending were Mr. and If3. J,
Packed into the back seat of I Wilson who will make arrangements -
Superintendent.The the minister's car, eleven members Automobile tag agencies in the A. Dulany and foVn Mr. and Irs. for transportation. lrs. A.

Evening Service the will winter beginat of the Junior Fellowship! had a Glades were opened this week, according ,., D. W. Cunningham and children, J. Rayan, state Auxiliary presi-

a new time during to fine time on a trip to the ocean to an announcement by :. Mr. and Irs. Duncan Padgett and dent, will be guest Speaker at this

months. From next Sunday last Friday. The truck promised Mr;. B. Elliott who will be in children Mr. and lrs. O. D. Carpenter joint meeting.
March the service -
the first Sunday in
for the occasion broke down a few charge of tag saJes. The office in and children, Mr. and 1\lrs. I

will he from r'quested"and i to 8 P .M. days before, so rather than cancel Pahokee witl be open on Thursday, Ralph Grimes and daughter, Mr,

This change;: was approved of- the proposed picnic the boys and Friday and Saturday and the one I and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, Mr. and I NOTICE TO CXTn.\C'TOR

by the large The majority Sermon- girls pledged full cooperation and in Belle Glade will be open on : Irs. Jess M. Elliott and SOIl, Mrs 'i The City Council of Pahokee

the theme congregation.for the evening is "I Am squeezed into the car for a ride Monday, Tuesday and Wfdnesday I. C. T. Howes, Mrs. C. A. Shire, will receive bid up to S p. m. on

and picnic full of fun. Traveling Office hours are 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Irs. Phillips, Albert Herron, Jack Dec. 2t, 1946, for one mechanical

Not The Ashamed Official! Board and Sunday first to West Palm Beach and then I Irs. Elliott had not planned to ;, Major and Chandler! lcIlwain. .! hoist and dump body for a garbage -
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in session to Boca Raton they built a camp- : take charge of the tag sales this -- -- truck, said body to be
School Board met joint
fire on the beach and cooked their year but illness of the appointed Iro Receive Gifts I mounted on a chassis already
at the on Tuesday night
.1'
parsonage Christ- lunch. A free period of play followed deputy of Tax Collector Sproul I : owned by the City of Pahokee.
to discuss the work of the
were " great interest being called for a substitution at the For Disabled gets The council reserves the right to
Sea90n. Definite plans
mas made for all Christmas services showed bj' some of the boys and last minutt' frs. Elliott having reject any and aU bids.

in the "hurch. These shall be an- girls in making collections! of the had a great deal of experience vol- Members of the Legion Auxiliary I Iof I Dated this 5th day of December,

The Music unusual sponges that are found unteered to take over the agency Fred and Percy Mansfield Post 1946.
pounced next w ek. I
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Committee met at the parsonage there. again. Stetson O. Sproul, jr., will \O who were unable to attend the City Council of Pahokee,

Wednesday e't'ningto plan the In the middle of the afternoon : be her assistant and the first of meeting Monday night and who j i Pahokee, FJ:1.

special Christmas music for the the group journeyed to Like I January plans call: for Mrs. Betty have gifts for the "Jo)' Shop" pro- '' Correct attest:

undertaken Worth for and hour and a half of ; Taverna to be in the Glades offices ject for the benefit of disabled \\'. P. Walker City Clerk.
Also
rvicE's. being I'
the Junior fun in swimming and playing oni; a3 an assistant. veterans are asked to take gifts to Pub: Dec. 6, 13, 30, 1946.i .
are special projects for i ......--- ,_. ".,..., I
and Youth Fellowships
Communion Serrr lastRund.1
At the d A A r< at 8 A < < N < i < ; d A d } A A t3 t/ } d > > A d t b < 6 tS A r< Jt
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night a large group gathered "It P Y 7 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y : ? Y 4 Y : Y Y Y Y Y y y '. Y ": \0' Y ',' > '. Y Y / 7 ',' 4 If 1 Yy
to share the Installation Service :" 6o
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of the new officers of the \\'0mm's y lt'r <>y

Society of Christian Service ; cw.'S1'tiy Aa

for the coming year. After an

impressive and beautiful conse- "
nation service in which all officers "
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were present the Sacrament

of Holy Communion was sh:1red. f

Those officers inAalted'r<-: frs.

A. rt Harrin ton, President: Mrs. V"

C. L. Stuart Vice-prrsid'nt: Irs. ) "
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Kendrick: Buchanan: Corresponding -

Secretary: frs. JOt Parker, ,

Recording Sec't': Irs. John Har- I v } ,' v

ing-ton, Treasurer: and Divisional ?

Secretaries: frs. T. \\'. Griffith, : : : ..4...,. :;":

Christian Social Relations and Local : ,
Irs. Frank .; .. \ .c",
Church Activities: 'I II." ". ,
Wilson, Missionary Education and 0:" .: t ,It-
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Service: Irs. Earl I:1x.con, Student i .' 1 .c toy

Work: l\frs. William Blair. a :

Youth WorkIrs.. o. {'oa Upthr- : : ;3; ;c%. .

grove, ChildrE'n'g Wot'kfrs.. 1
Harold Rosenberg, Literature and lt ( : ( .;"..

I'uhlieatium! : l\frs. Pratt Pope, : :

Spiritual Uf: Irs. It M. Dart V. c\l\ .. \ V"
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Supplies. Also taking part in the 0:, k .i 4 l + : t AY Y

t'f'i't"I'I'{' Irs. Ceorge Kingsley ,_ <
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who presented the Scripture Message A". t 'F ".. .A",
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and Mrs. Francis Cross who h
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The District Conference of the .;It., l1 : <:
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Methodist Church will he held at \: ... '.I... '; .
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Trinity Methodist. Miami, on Friday \. "
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D.,('. 13. at 9 A. M. "

entitled to attend<< this :ThosE'I I I .:. .> \ 4:..
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service are the Charge Lay I I .',. '.. J' .AI ,"

fr, Dt'lmar Hooks, Sunday School ; : ,.
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Superintendent X \'. l\hxson, .
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Mrs. O. II Coleman as alternate I ., r } h .... .. ......,.-- 4t'}

for tae: president of the wses, I Y"

n'tlt lIarrin ton as District I

Stewart. The tYF President F.IwOOII I
Dart md Delegates-atdargP: : V Y
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Hill Johnson and Mrs. Frank Wil- V %" y.r dtfit' y

son, alternates, Mrs, D. L. Hook h
and Mrs. \\'. T. hir. yh

The Canal Point 1tYF was welt f "
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represented at the recent SubPistrict i ,

Iblly of the Glades area yh
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notice t+ hereby given that I f "
the undfNgn.-d Intent to rtlil'tl'f ..
with the Clerk of the" Clrrut Court of ." ,
Palm Ut'arh County. Fl'rlda.ll'5uant
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tl Section S65 09. norld" StatutN 19-11. t
the flrtltlouo; nam. to-'lo'1t Collins ..-
Furniture :tore. under which I am ,
engaged 1:1 bu..lni"o.i In Pahokt't' FiorWa i > <,}
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Dated thl% 6th dn .I\f Fla.December 1941 I ;:: from the CHRISTMAS STORE : :
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: : Gift problems are unknu\\"l1 hel'l' -- \\'t' hare the Perfect tre:ent A

YOUR LIVER <:. ii.el'e1'yo11e on yoni' lit. Sparklingucce::;( :-: in JIlnr 0111. ..:..

CRYING FOR HELP en': and Children' clothingand ;acce ol'ie:: -- plug 1 all those :..

because or 'ont1plhm or faulty di- .:.. "ju \\'hat I \\"anted"extl'a that Blake your Christmas seleetio11 cf:

gt'+t'tti? If you fed tJi: 'u-, s.':;r,
::: ring the bell titne Come polish off list in one :::
Loo! : d \\th ':,s. lW.H.IY: : lJ::: ', : every your
Iro v. }I\U nuy bt' PUtt:1"ftt'o: b.n .
La. ,::1 n l':1 your In I r. HI :.\::1I U:1- i':> fl 1Iroop utU' staff ut t.'Iltll'teltls! : (\.t'k art' at YOU!' :,service ;:+
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Then IS the Uml' tIt r. :. h' t .rturd
Ever b1' letting C\kU; ,,, 1wi:; : : Kahn Store : :
natu I' Wt't'i> the P't'.t.\l' and Department
Part ."v: t'e tt d r.: .::I.r fp\a ytl :r Yir
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c:b home! Anew chair for Dad. Because ):
c:. there's no doubt that Dad's kind of tired ; .:.

c.:.. when he gets honle. The first thing he. ::t, 4.t.;>
4'- doe is to look for a soft chair to ielal' 111. : ""'" ....
& And :Mother, the way to make her face .:tct .

::: light up is through some thoughtful gift 'jJ' .t

.:t -.such a a lanlp. Either the table 01' floor w; U ? 4'f11)odelr

y 4:. E\"en Sis \\'ill be proud to have one !, 4:..

c:. of these \\'ondel'ful lamps in her private l,
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fib CLOTHES HAMPERS DESKS ot:..
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All %VooI I ihx9 and $42 95 kr1c A
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:}E \ I Bed Room Living Room Suites :h!:

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one you'll 1 enjoy using (Illl'ing cool I spells I priced 45
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December 6 1946 The Everglades e,, Canal Point Florida Page Nine
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I Dade City Beauty The Ponce de Leon Raceway, New York in the United States. It
now under construction in the will be winter quarters for four
Trees Vines Shrubs Citrust Is Tangerine Queen South Jacksonville vicinity will be hundred of the nation's top trotters I
the largest harness track south oi and pacers.
of all sizes and varieties for WINTER HAVES Blonde
Dorothy Sparkman, 22 year old ,-- -- -- .
your Selection.LANDSCAPING. I -- - - ---- --,
from Dade ,
college sophomore City
was crowned 1946 Florida Tangerine -
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Queen before a crowd of over

35 you like it. \\'e are organized and equipped to doa day 6,000 afternoon.at Cypress Gardens last Sun O. R. Bleechannounce

thorough job from plans to completion of planting. Sponsored by the Pasco Pack I i

ing Company ,world's largest pro-
.As always, you are cessors of citrus fruit, Miss Spark-
welcome at our man was selected from a field of $ removal .:
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95 entries. I
I Chief judge of the contest was of his office to the !
NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at
John Robert Powers of New York,
Limits West Palm Beach Florida i
City )
: whose school for moods is inter-

i ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO nationally Barbara famous.Pettit, 16, of Daytona I New Kautz Bldg

I Beach, W3.S first runner up and I
I I II Sidney Allen of Orlando and Helen I
Louise Burrell, 20, of Eustis tied On
I ____ for third place.
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II I I' Miss Sparkman, who succeeds
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: TRIANGLE Janet Ruth Crockett of St. Petersburg ,' Bacons Point Road :
was a last minute entry and I I II
flew to Florida to enter the contest I
;L RESTAURANT from Tuscaloosa where she I In
i.s a student at the University of II

I In Canal Point Alabama. I PAHOKEE :
Miss Sparkman is the daughter
of Mr. and trs. S. J. Sparkmanof i I :.
: Meals Short Orders Dade City. An older brother, I; I:
Seth, 13 an employee of the Pasco I,
I Curb Service Packing Corporation and a sister, \Ve are pleased to announce that weI '
Elizabeth, is private secretary to I

! Open 'Iii 1 A. M. of Spurgeon the Pasco Tillman or aniza, sales tion.manager I are no\\ located in our new home on : '

-- Bacon1 Point road. \Ye are equipped :
Sales on the Arcadia LivestockMarket
1- __ __ ____ last week totaled $10- J
to render a more efficient service
6i3.03 for 282 head of cattle, It

was reported by market manager than in the Please and
John D. Kelly. Prices were firm past. drop by
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS and the demand good for cattle at
t I the Kissimmee Livestock Market \'islt with us.General.
For Guarante Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplies, i during the same period.CHIROPRACTOR. j
write or call at I I

RHODES APPLIANCES Insurance
Avenue UN' I :
I WEST PALM BEACH
Belle Glade, "la. I Mon. Tues. & Wed.
Free Pickup and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal Thurs.BELLE, Fri.GLADE c& Sat.DR and Real Estate !

Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all I L. S. JONESSuite .
makes and styles i
I 301-02 Comeau Bldg I '
Phone 3650 West Palm Beach, Fla. --
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Pahokee High School Band Belle Glade High School Band






December 15, 1946 . 2:30 P. M.

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Memorial Field, Belle Glade


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: Group Singing Lcd By Carl Iobcrg


Colonel Jladson, Atlanta Georgia, .A Great Speaker

Subject, What It Means To Be An American




Everybody Invited Come Bring The Children




Sponsored By Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce



C. A. Bailey, Program Chairman Phone 70




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Page Ten The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florid Friday. December 6, 19t6

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Fine Clothes For I e\vspaper Plants II I PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJW.RASHLEY

Men and Women 1'1
After flights over enemy tfrri-

TAILORED TO MEASURE tory, our American pilots often I
Hare Your Ladie5' Clothes Tailored I told of elf-like creature, called JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.
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By A \Ian's Tailor j I gremlins who would cause aU
sorts of mischief such as pushing I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
the navigator's pencil and causing i
AL BELCHER the aircraft to lose ih way. j
The existence of these gremlins
BOX 816 PAHOKEEi may have been news to some folks,
i I but we in the newspaper business Mrfttium nt
II.Ji iV.'V.I'V.I..v I
'.V.I'.V.I'.V.I''1.' have had dealings with them for s6t-

-- years and have learned to know From where I sit Joe Marsh
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them pretty well. ) ,.. by
They live in typewriters, type -fi.
cases and make up tables, but I J
thrive best in the linotype ma- J
J&I/J / chines. They are constanly pushing i ; HOW toI

..Fir: the wrong keys in an attempt ft
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to cause errors in the newspaper Stop Worrying

I i 7 GIFT IIST&i of Now their. if residence.the gremlins only stop-
1 guess folks in Our town do bout hour" after dinner, and gets hiz
ped there it WJuld be all right. .
as much worrying II in urs-o\"er worrying over in one concentrated
But bright and cunning i
i they are housing and prices, and crops, and period.When that's over,he relaxes
i creatures and \'ieith one another I
''E I Can Be Simplified to cause the most painful and em- jobs-and the little domestic problems over 3 friendly glass or beer with
imaginable that are always coming up. Ma lIoskini-and they talk about
barrassing errors
i I'i -AT- While the writer was pounding Dad Hoskins, who's lived to the pleasant things together; ,until 1Jt'&J-

copy in Eustis some years ago, our happy age of eighty, has a simple time.
own crew of gremlins seized upon formula for swpping worry.About From where I sit that's as work-
Lou Betzner's a large ad extolling the products every problem, he asks himself: h able a formula as you could find.,.
of a certain meat packer. The there anything I can do about it' right down to the mellow glass of
catch line of the ad, in very large If there is, he never postpone beer that seems to wink away your
Something for the home is always ac- type described a certain ham as a making a decision,or taking neces- worries
real treat." But when the last sary action
mailed, we were faced
Here find paper was tr there isn't anything he can do 'e'l
ceptable. you'll Cu.
many practical with the fact that the gremlins !{
about it, he sets aside a "worr'ing r
had altered it to read, "a real
gifts to delight the heart of any TIIREA"
The shop foreman, poor man, Copyright, 19th, United States Brewers FounJitionI
home lover flew into a terrible fit of temper
when he discovered the prank, and 1
I he spoke in very disrespectful .
term about our crew of gremlins.
if eof the other every day articles They must have overheard him,
for the next week they were de-
I you may desire are: termined to outdo themselves in
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: I l'ausingeven more gre\'ious dam-
' : Punt Brushes .A Few Lawn lowers
agt .
i All during the week we read
Juice Squeezers Willow Clothes Baskets
, proof with special care, but after
I Rakes lIe the last paper had been printed I/fl
! I Mops, Ijrooms Sponges
\\"t' found to our chargin that the
Table Cabinet Sized radios 1 & Gal. Oil Can gremlins had done it again In re- A' f6
porting a fashionable wedding we
H had mentioned the fact that the
bride wore purple pansies.i The /
gremlins had changed the 's" of
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n BETZNER pansies to a "t"-. ..
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ii Before the Pilgrims landed at
i THE HARDWARE STORE Plymouth Rock, the Catholic
Shrine of NUt'stra Senora de laLechey :
MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.
Buen Parto was an estab-
lished place of worship in St. Augustine -

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The amount of money paid out to furs

'1 1I I nish you with telephone service is in-

I creasing faster than the amount taken
Announcing i\ New Service For The Glades . . .
in. That's because telephone materials,

wages, services, and new building costs

GifT PACKAGES have all gone up tremendously, while
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sSHIPPED :; telephone rates have remained as low or

,I lower than they were many years ago.
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Telephone earnings today are not only .
ANYWHERE EAST OF TilE IISSIPPI ii iiII iiI
I II! the lowest in history, but are dangerously -
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low despite a record volume of
BUSHEL 1 Y2 BUSHEL PACKAGES
I or ::1:1I I business. Reasonable earnings are re-

quired to safeguard the full usefulness
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of the telephone for your community.
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I Delight our Friends !

I In The Northern States '
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