Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00469
 Material Information
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 13, 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: VID00469
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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"The Truly Dstln, uished Mind

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Pahokee Girl Injured Banquet Planned Coaches Receive TWO Bands To Play

RECENT When Car Crashes Gifts Front Council tI

OPERATIONS Miss Janette Jones of Pahokee : For Blue Devil 11 Coach Clj'de Alley, Assistant Sunday tJ In JointGlades

-- sufffed a concussion servve Coach X. L. Garrison and 40 members .

Paul Rardin bruises and shock The annual football banquet for Gathering
By in a car accident of the Pahokt'e High School
6n Canal Point Road n ear the Pahokee High School Blue Blue Devil football squad were i

Studej". fertilizer plant last Fri- Devil squad will be held in the guests of honor at the luncheon Joint appeals of religion and

Last week I had something to day afternoon. Riding alone in a First Baptist Fellowship Hall on meeting of the Rotary Club on Amail'ulsm ate expected to
say in this column about the inadequate 1941 Ford car btlongingto her .
Thursday of last week.In
ThursdayDec. 19. at S p. m.. at bring an unprecedented crowd to
telephone service rend. brother, Elmer Jones Miss Jones which tim awards will be made a brief review of the 1946 Belle Glade next Sunday: to hear

Bred in the Lake Okeecho1x'e.: was returning to Pahok'e from to members of the quad who football season Coach alley said Lt. Cel. Harold P. "Iadsi'n, 8al-

Farming He ion. The ink was Canal Point and'lo.t control of the earned letters, sweaters, etc", during ht' was satisfied with Blue Dl'\'il's ration Army evangelical leader.

hardly dry on the article when my car as she crossed the FEC track the past St'ason.I record of eight \'ictoriE'one> tie His own personal history read
phone rang and on the other end Witr.'sse who saw the accident and defeat
Statistics released by Coach one especially in view like an adventure, both spiritual
was none other than the district said it appeared as if the aCle. I I
Clyde Alley this week reveal that of the fact that the Pahokrl' and physical, and his rues,
manager of the Southern Edl Telephone rator jammed when the car great.ly 12 first ::tringmen played in 36 eleven, a Class B team, played six I .1 r'n'nt'i'it to the county age Wa.i on
rompanyE.. C Bowen. I increased in speed and careen- of its 10 class A l
of against
or more quarters out a pos. games such that the Belle! Glade Cham-
Mr. Bowen says that plans are ed wildly on the highway before Bible 40 quarters during the past opposition In appreciation of jl her of Commerce with the support

under way to give a better service hitting: a fire plug which caused Sfa-on. They include Quarterback their work. each of the coaches of other civic groups, arranged

in thIs area hut that a shortage it to turn over two or three times. I Wilbur Geiger, Fullback Thomas was presented with a check by the I the December 15th mass meeting:

of materials makes it next to Miss Jones was taken to the local I I Dirk..on, Halfback Frank Gillis Rotary Club's Athletic A..gocia- to tit held at the Memorial! foot

the impossible to do anything hospital for treatmf'nt. The End James Scott, Guard J. E tion. Coach Alley was also presented ball Field for residents of the

about it immediately. Three additional ('al' was badly..wrecket. Spanner, Tackle James Sims, with a handsome pen and whole lake Okt't'chohee region.C. .

circuits are expected to be Guard Bobby Baker, Tackle Milton pencil set hy the group of players A. Bailey, program chairman,
cut in between Belle Glade and Salvatore End Harry Fremd, who will graduate next spring- is
being assisted
PTA Now / by committees
Pahokt'e by Jan. 15. There arc I i Center William Weathers, Back -__aCantata ---- of the Rotary Club of Belle Glade
now 12 in operation over this same Peacock and End James La-
Floyd and Pahok '.
I (( George Royal h
routt' Has 604 Members : tham Halfback Rodney Connell chairman of the former, with A. 10:.
The telephone official said that I played28 quarters Guard John Planned I Kirchman and Jim Dard n. Den-

expansion plans call for handling I Ogle, 29 and Center Fred Daniels, nis Caudill, chairman of the Patiokee
all applications for new phones The Pahokee Parent-Teacher 21. Those playing between 15 and
committee has
For Sunday Night I been promised
now on hand when the rapacity' Association now has a membership 20 quarters were Tackle Kenneth help from ex-Mayor O. B. McClure

of the office in Pahokee is expanded. of 604. an all.time record, accord. i Johnson, Back Huston Connell, and R. J. Simonson.

lag to a report made by Elmer Back Glen Boland, Guard Join T.Pickett What promises to bE' an outstanding Two 40-pif'ct' bands, those of
I think what upset me last week Jones, membership chairman at
Back Charles Phillips,
musical event will be> the Pahokte and Belle Glade High
l was the fact that I dialed the long the December PTA meeting held End Raymond Canlthf'rs, End
Christmas Cantata arranged for Schools, will give a concert, and
r durance operator in Belle Glade Monday night in the high school Fred Taylor, Back Julian Snyder
presentation Sunday night at the Carl Mober-: will lead group sing.
and the 208 ( auditorium. Mr Jones assisted .
signal rang yes'j was Tackle Lee Wroten Center Buddy
I First Baptist Church of Pahokft'. lag before Co!. radstn speak on
that's 208)) time before in his highly successful membership .
Sims and Tackle James Barnes.In
by the robed Ladies Quartet. The "What it Means to bE' an Ameri
the operator answered. I dialed drive by Duncan Padgett the 10 games played, the Blue singers are the Mesdames Ralph can.' '

at exactly 10:15 on Thursday. Dec Mrs. Earl Maxson and Mrs. W. 1 Devils ran up a total of 152 points Grimes, first soprano; C. A. Mo-
5. 19-46, and kept count of the M. DuBose, committee mt'mbers. to 40 for their opponents winning berg, second soprano; T. W. -. .

times the signal rang before the Miss Barbara McNamara pro- tight, tying/ one and losing ont'o Knight first contralto and C. Aviation Company
answered. Just for chairman presented the follows -
operator proof gram The 152 points were as Baker, second rontralto. Rt'\ C.
I railed in others in the office to Christmas story in tableau under : Thomas Dick.con, 10 touchdowns A. Moberg will be the aceompan- Is i\ Busy Concern

listen to the ring. I don't know the direction of Mrs Paul Cissendaner. 60 points; Rodney Connell, 1st. The tory and music titled

how many times the thing rang Included in the cast were six touchdowns and one extra "Silent Nilht" were written by Bill Golden of the Glades Aviation -

per minute but it was some time Miss Constance Smith Mrs. Izetta I point 37 points; Milton Salvatore, Haldor LiIlfnas. The selections company in Pahokte announces -
before 11 when I Kautz, Irs. Frances Harlow, Miss 6 Frank
a. m. finallyreached i one points: of
by the vocalists will be interspered delivery a new Aeronra
the operator in Bell lrNamara, Mrs. Charlotte Wals Gillis, two touchdowns, 12 points: with narrations by Miss Peggy Chief to Vinson Jlrndt'rson this

Gladt' Such service would not be ton, Ch'de' Alley Richard Brooks, Floyd Peacock, one touchdown, G Ann Ilbt'rg. \\'E'ek. Mr. Golden also said that
tolerated in other X. L. Garrison, Paul Cissendaner Fremd touchdown I
Ut'as. points: Harry one The program comprises eight/ I fselection three of his pupils fit'tht'ir first
The Lake Okt't'Chobt Farming I Ray Hatton, Frank Rozrlle', Jr., i 6 points: Wilbur Geiger/ one "iii Name hall Bel I IJe solo flight this'et'k.. They are:
entitled to better telephone Eddie Stanley. Dicky Johnson and touchdown and nine kirks
Region place Billy McKinstry. CO R. Wttherin
us", 'Tht' Promises of God" j -
service than it has had during Bobby Bakrr. Christmas carols ; for extra points, 15 points: J. E. "Th\ Will, 0 God, 1:1 Sweet toMe" : ton and 1.:1\"on Batchtlor.
the past few 't'ars. were sun //by Mr. and Mrs. D. D. : Spooner, blocked punt for safety.
) Iary's Song", "Room in Tut Guthrit', Edgar Wilder and
Caudill, Mrs. C. L. Shirley. Milton 2 points: John Ogle: blocked punt
.... the Iang-'r", "In a Manger/ lit' James Batchelor have received
Salvatore: Robert 0 L'Impi' and
for safety, 2 point Lay". "Glory Bt to God" "Silent their private f'i1ot'4! license, according .

Lions Club Tells Junior members Choir.At of .the Methodist! Church i i folllw The :scores by games were as i/ht"/ Irs. Sadie Barwjrk will iarrange i : to Mr. Goldf'n.a .

the rostrum with a setting -
the business session Duncan I Pahoktf' Op. -1.
Of Its Year's 'V orkArhit.t'mt'nt of palms and chrysanthemums. -
Padgett public welfare chairman, i Ponce de! Leon 14 13 Council Attends
wa," asked to provide transportation -: Miami Tech 1-1 0
!\ of the Pahokt'e Thank to the construction of
for underprivileged/ children : West Palm Beach 0 0Ot'lray Routine Business
I.ions Club during the past year the candelabra by T B. Wilson.
to the free dental clinic in"t' t Beach :i It '
were summarized in reports given the lighting effE'rt11 ht' commensurate -
Palm Rt-arh. The group voted to South; BrowarJ 0 A $100 contrIbution to the Com-
by standing committee chairmen with the occasion. The
purchase two new electric drinking Fort Pierre 2 0 munity Chest wail voted by the
at the dub's Tuesday luncheon ushering will bt' done by Barbara
fountains at the school and Stuart 32 0 PahokN' City CUltnril at the regular -
mt't'ting. W 1klnon. Blanche Stevens. Joan
to assist with needed repairs for I lake Worth :0 tIt meeting Tuesday night.
The finance chairman reported Wi'soa and Vera Keen The programs ;
the school cafeteria during the !"ournt' S 0Bt'lle The installation ot additionalbrackettype
the club raised $12,75t, during: the will ht presented by Johanna -
In addition
Glade 0 13 street
light' wu assigned -
year, of which $12,04.1 has been McKinstrv and Patsy Batchelor. -
to the another steam tableand
repairs by resolution to the Florida:
aside for the ..trrction of reoueted
set con It i" respectfully
an electric di.'hwasher will beinstalled. 102 4C) Power and Light (C"ompan which
the proposed swimming pool at I Principal D. 0 Caudill that all planning to attend bf' in i is increasing the illuminatIng -
the city recreation park. --.- their SNits It few minlltptI fwfoT" power
Ttt'I I will he in charge If arrangements/ f.f all street lights from 75 to
membership chairman the starting time! of fn fortyfive. -
I for this work. Landers Opens Rock 100 randIt A resolution
dub membership of 73, including ("airs will he' provided for power
social hour whh'hfollwt'd
During the
aIM authorizing the
23 new members received through/ I the meeting refreshments Pit In Pahokec Area the 8r. :cO\atf! more thin capacity purchase of a nf'W pickup truck
transfer of membership CRrd rn' g-T' t'i i r.Handful I
were seed in the cafeteria by Mr. for tp waterworks plant, :
Mock the dub I IIs
Rupert reported anti Mrs Duncan Padc tt, Mrs. The Landers Construction com-
-------- B F. Fear application for IL
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cooperating/ in the improvement O. D ('arperter. trq. H. T11.. pan fif Bfllt' Glade announce- permit to remodel the old Cochran

program/ now underway at the 1\.1 lam: and Irs C. T H wes, host,. opening: of a rock pit back of the Of Tags builtng at the corner of Ea..t
cal air strip.Nazarene. .-.. ,...---
j state market 1:1 Pahokt'f It i5 I Main and Belle! Glade Rd Was

---- -.- Water Neill Taste located r.t'artH t' county rock Are Sold To Date i turned down because the rfmndfol-

I pIt. Mr Larders said The L.1ndt'rs - I I1f irg plans conflict with the tity'"

Revival Bad For Few Days fomp3t\ I' an old construction Y01 tir.n't want to stand! In rt"fire zone regulations

concern and hu been operating a !"ire h.r, better hue that auto taJ ; r W Knr.tn was granted I (.0dn -

To Close Sunday I .\ retiv neth: .)
- : merit fC'r ttr Pahon city water Belle mad for sw' ral years Mr xherv 500 trl l.Ofjl) tags: are usually I- the old city hall budding Maui S

The revival st the Church If the plar.t hal teen recommended byt Landers panted out that hs: dragis / sold by the time. only 75 tags A Weathers was emjtoyed u operator -

Nazarene has been pregressing .ngiretrs :is the war plant! expa.nsicn h t ,on the job. ready to dig/ han been passed out this year for the city police radiI
is I
very nicely with Rt\ A. E. Kelly pffl/ra.on./ Th new treatmrrtwill rock and deliver to any ore wanttag 11r. B Elliott wJ. The PaJk I s ta Uon.

the evangelist. Sunday Dt'(. U, cause the water to have / fill or driveway material The office is open on ThurV..1)- Friday The rour.c-U voted to pay the

will t'ot the closing by Wt wish a bd taste cd odcr for a I phone number is Belle Glade ..5or and Saturday. The Belle Glade! ur.fr..e of floodlighting the tAw-

to extend a hearty welcome to aU, while, st a u rdttt out by short those interested may see Ufcf'fratc.r office il open C2 Monday. Tuesday ban park at the city park for

to t'f with us ff this C'llsir.g day. ftF.teer.. at ttt pt cd \\-td.1t.day. tight games fort!. nt fA day.

Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday December 13. 19t6.
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With Mrs. Johnson
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Established 192-1 - Published Every Friday
The W F. M. S. met this month
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance
at the home of Irs. Frances John ,

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office on. The meeting was opened by Fertilizer Works

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter prayer, followed by the d.otionby
I Re\ A. E. Kelly. our evange-
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher I list. This was greatly enjoyed byl I
everyone. Each member responded Four Local Manufacturer
to roll call by giving a portion I
FORGET BIRTHDAYS from the "Other Sheep".
Mrs. Hazel Dany was in charge FERTILIZERSuperior
Celebrating birthdays is a vicious practice because it of study period which was very

keep reminding us of the passage of time. And time in the interesting.There .

minds of most people is what brings on old age. That i is a delicious were lunch fourteen was served present.by Irg.A Poison ,

mistake. Your age is not a question of years, but of the condition Johnson. The next meeting will
of your body md state of your mind "As a man be at the home of Mrs. Leila Bait
thinketh in his heart so is he." Countless men and women Davis. .
are growing old faster than there is any physical reason for, i
simply because they think they are growing old. I\HOKEE HIGH SCHOOL
Back of this keeping count of our birthday is a secret HONOR BOLL Phone 4201. Night 533 :
A in all
dread of them. And back of our interest in other people' subjects I
12th Grade: Bill Elam James
birthdays is a wish to assure ourselves that they are grow- Latham Harry Fremd. Pahoke Fla '
ing old just as fast as we are. Women are right when they 9th Grade: Stanley Hooks. 1
avoid telling their age in years. Youth is not a matter of 8th Grade: Janette Iathis.
years but of mental and emotional spontaneity and activity.It 7th Grade: Iyra Baxter. \ ----__-_ _-___ u.-_ '
i; tragic the way people set to work to destroy in themselves A or B in all subjects
and in others this wonderful quality of youth. They 12th Grade: Ed Howell Rodney
actually cultivate the indifference and coldness and cynicism Connell Lynn Horne, Ann O'Con- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
which help to bring on old age. nell Dorothy Chastain Ona Humphrie3. -

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11th Grade: Barbara Jenkinson
American Magazine.
Faye Gilbert Lois Echols
.. 10th Grade: Yvonne Fraser,
oa oaa Da o I Imogene Spivey James O'Brien. jl
9th Grade: Wi 1 bur Echol, CHRISTMASMERCHANDISE
Jackie Sullivan Johnny Lowery
Vera Keene Payne Jackson Glen
ThiDr4. '
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: :, Boland George Gant William III
Jernigan, Betty Jean Hicks Patsy
(;. WIpelmJr. o Jensen, Betty Jo Barwick. { II
8th Grade: Jane Hamilton Janet -NO\Y_ i iII I
I ,
OPTOMETRIST Adams Carrol Snyder Marlene
. Williams, Bobby Peacock.
.It'M6NIr I v.. lam.It 7th Grade: Dorothy Fields. Mary II
Funderburk, Barbara Hadid Mary
Hadid, Mary Ann HO\\'f3, Dicky
Atkinlm II III
-.- I Come in today and make your selection while our I I:{
Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted D ('.\ OF TII.\SKS II{ stock i is full. A small down payment will keep your 11
We wish to thank our friends
EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR nd neighbors for their kindness I selection on our lay.aw3Y shelf until Christmas e\'c. I II

OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS during the short illness md death I ne sure to hop early.Western .
of our daughter Margaret Ann.
We still always remember these I
Mail In Your Broken Glasses arts of kindnes. -0-
Thomas Bailey and Family I I
For Prompt Repair .a.. Auto Associate Store
I r.\Un OF Tn.SK.I

12\. ANIRE11'S AVE. 1'1I0XE 192 :I I We wish to thank all who were I. MI LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA.
: so kind and thoughtful during the
FT. J.Al'nEHDALE, FLA. illness and death of my father. We 1\
i: shall always remember the beautiful -
I I floral offerings
I I Mrs. Sam Scruggs : -=
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N The name in Florida is snynony- !

( A lJ.'i ; : nlOUS with serrice. Farmers through ;

Y ) ; the years have learned to depend on

: Kilgore for their needs in fertilizer,

j seed, feed and insecticides. They have ;

\ I learned also that the highest grade :

i' I of merchandise ahva\'s be found :

: at a I\i1gore Store :

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In Good Times and Bad

kR During good times and bad, farmers -
. I_ . W have learned that the I\ilgore organization -

I will stand back of them inall

:' GEOHGLCEDAH Ii... : effort to produce quality C1'01)

tfJ Farn1el': kno\r that loin })uslne.lvith .

Ny Christmas Trees Kilgore i is assurance that they

r '. n'i11 receive the rel'Y highest quality
11Vi I ::: Uj nl. A Tnll'kload Of Tht, l' Tret' In Pahukt.l' On SQt in any product purtha ed

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t E.\II ClIlllClIlX P.IIOKEEXU l'\X.\1. POINT KllCOR[ 80[[ co.

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December 13, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Thret
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by the way was done very nicely ence and Health with Key to the ': -
by both boys, and girls, which left Scriptures' 'by Mary Baker Eddy:
Life On The Campus a two-tone harmony of cream and "The relations of God and man, i !
tan. Two flower boxes were made divine Principle and idea, are in- BERRY FUNERAL HO rn
and painted green, with beautiful destructible in Science; and Science :,
II plants growing inside. On one side knows no lapse from nor re- I j
William Reeves, recently dis- of the room, two vases hang upon turn to harmony, but holds the divine Ambulance Service i iI ii
charged from the Navy, is a new the wall with sweet potato vines order or spiritual law, in
student at P. H. S. climbing up. which God and all that He creates
I Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Ph. 247 !
Among the many lovely pictures are perfect and eternal, to have
Fred Daniels, one of the players on the wall is a beautiful hand- remained unchanged in its eternal ,
on the Blue Devil Team has withdrawn painted picture, presented by Mrs. his tor)'" (470:32). ... I
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from P.H S. and moved Blakely. With a bit of effort put
to Tarpon Springs Florida. out on the part of the Seniors, The Misses. Ruby Jane and Vir.j
the home room has changed into ginia McClure were business visit-
The Pan American Club held a: one of the prettiest rooms in the ors in Miami on Thursday of this t 1
meting Monday night at 7:30: in: school week. II I i ti HAND PAINTED
the school. Various Committee -- I I
were appointed for the coming so-i I CUrRCn OF CHRIST II I
Marshall became Glass 'VareYULETIDE
vial meeting. Connie SCIENTIST
pleted her initiation duties, assigned IAN" is the subject of the Les- I I
by Ann O'Connell, initiat- son-Sermon which will be read in ALL TYPES. MAGSETOS. GESERATI I GIFTS
ing chairman. Churches of Christ, Scientist, i ,
throughout the world on Sunday,
\U Work Factory Guaranteed I I
Choice Selection
Qnn: A December 15: .
Ray Eggleston Mgr. Electric Dtpt.
The seniors have taken quite an I The Golden Text is: "As the
interest in a certain room, in mountains are round about Jru- Dave tockman's I !
which all class-meetings are held., Salem, so the Lord is round about Machinery Sales and I Bud Vases Powder Jars
Yes the students really went to his people from henceforth even Repair Service I
work ,in cleaning the walls, which' for ever" (Psalms 125:2. Bon Bon Dishes Vanity Sets j
Among the citations which com- FLORID I
- - prise the Lesson-Sermon is the' A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP : 'j'jI I
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following from the Bible: "In my I
distress I called upon the Lord REASONABLY PRICED i
Prince Theatre and cried unto my God: 1e heard i ii iI
my voice out of his temple. and I
my cry came before him, even into CHILLS Ie FEVER
Pahokee, Florida his ears . He .ent from above DUE TO MALARIA Mrs. T. L. Sellers
he took mt', he drew me out of
\Veek of December 8 many waters" (Psalms 18:6: 16). RELIEVED i
The Lesson-Sermon also includes Phone 2451 Pahokee

I the following passage from the BY-+666 _ I
Christian Science textbook, "Sci- Canrn t'w w.r a d.rc+,d j''t I -

Sun.-l\ion. '

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"The Call Of The i Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t" Y Y tiY Of" Y +! Y Y t. Y ? y. 'I" Y y. Y f Y Y Y Y Yse SI,

umwwuwuwwuw WWWWWuWjWUWWWfW Clark Cable Wild"Colbert, Claudette I PAUL'S SERVICE STATION A

Tues.- \Ved. The New Shell Station At Canal Point :r



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w '..NI,f 1 rA .fr :!: Tires, Accessories & Complete Line of Shell Products :

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Thul's.- Fri. IiI, "?

:::1:: For Our Official Opening i We Are :r Y:;

0* :+":: Giving Away 100 Pair, NYLON HOSE 4Y'Y .i.h.i.F .i.h

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Double Feature :( Shell Lubrication ........ 5 free coupons Wash Job .................... 2 free coupons eX.,

;:; Gas Purchase, Tire & Accessory .V.:.

\\Vild Fire"in :,I., each 5 gal- ..... ......... 1 free coupon Sale each S5.. .... .. ..1 free coupon ..,:.

( new Cine-Color) I ;:;:: (lose 'ViII Be Given Away Jan 21, 19.1i at 10 a.ll1.) ::,:

lob; Steele, Sterling Holloway :t "
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ALSO"Swing h
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Parade" I:?: h,

1 Gale Storm, Phile KeranI. I I :: For Christmas We Have : :

The lIoo ier Hot\hot8 <+,> v

. 1 I II I <4::: Wagons Baby Strollers Tricj'cles Roller Skates ::

Ii. Hot Plates Seat Cover Radios Rods & Reels :i:

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bt'\"aUSt- of constipation or faulty dl.gesoon ::
? It you feel bilious, ,ur. <4: : Paul's Service Station
bloaters with gas, headachy, blue, <4
grouchy. you may bt- putting t\ be e, < >
a burden on your hwr.Ht'tamt'd un4
digested fad becomes putrefactive. <4:. Paul Sasser Canal Point .:-
UU-'it'S toxins which overlaid the Y
liver keeping it from torktng prop. I <4frl +> i'Y
)'.Then is the time to relieve your
tired hoer by letting Caotabs! htp <*
nature steep the putrta'U\'t' L'1d
tonaC'h partially and digested tntesttne&matter Nothtng from yow 3C.s <4 12'5 16'5 &
<4 SHOTGUN SHELLS We have few 410
just ltt. rood old Calotsbs Cst as dtrrcted. :: a .
l0c and :5c at your drugg'.sts <4,
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Page Four The Everglades Xew Canal Point, Florida
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This Week's Personality . I I i Iethodists Make Miss Mary A. Meyers of Colo-1 diary Tanner has returned toPahokee (
; Christmas ratio Springs Colo., has arrived from Tampa to accept
Plans to spend the season here with Mr. I a position on the nurses staff at I
j and Irs. O. B. IcClure.i j! the Everglades Memorial Hospital.
The Sunday morning worship
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service of the Canal Point Methodist ,
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Church at 11 A. M. will feature I
the lighting of the seconJ
o candle the Candle of Hope in the I

r "ueY Advent by a tiny Candlelighting child Jar.ette Ceremony Harrington O!Je

daughter of Mr .and Irs. A.
: R. Harrington. Th Candle ot

Faith was lit last Sunday by the ? GIFT LIST M.
u ;. Sunday School Superintendent S.V .
.Maxson. who has guided the
rt-4 Sunday School for many wars
/ .1 The sermon will be entitled
Can Be
"Christlikl' Christmas". The Simplified
sermon in the evening service at
r 7':00 P. M. will be on the theme -.AT-
I "Christll'ss Christmas".
> f rx I The Sunday evening service will
I also be the tim of our annual Lou Betzner'sSomething
White Christmas offering to the I
: Florida Methodist Children's Home
Gifts of food, toys money. etc.
for the home is always ac- :
{ will be brought to the altar wrap-
/ t r'a I ped in white paper as we share
f; with these fine boys and girls our ceptable. Here you'll find many practical -

,, I Christmas gifts.
fix. F I The Church Christmas Tree will I gifts to delight the heart of any

I be decorated for the services or.I
t : I Christmas Sunda}. Dec. 22, by the home loreI'
members of the Youth Fellow-
shins. A Christmas Eve Party
I will bt held in the church from
17' to 8:15 on Christmas E\'e. All II A few of the other every day articles
I Sunday School classes will have
I part in the program concluding you may desire are:
I with a Christmas play "Why the I
: Chimes Ran ". The traditional Paint Brushes A Few Lawn Mowers I II

IV1iEY TILLIS . . In the picture he looks like an industrIoUS Chritma;; stocking will bt dostributed I
I Juice SqueezersVillow Clothes
'ha "i that's Wiley ".11 owr. Very seldom does he take a day off I to all. BaskctsI
fro 1 t .pies as proprietor of the Hometown Bakery in Pahokl't' I I
Flu nearly 14 years he and Irs. Titus have operated the bakery to i Mops, Broom. Rakes. hoes. Sponges
Miss Clarict' Xason will spend
the liking of their friend and customers. The Tillis I I
many couple
the Christmas holidays with her I Table Cabinet Sized Radios 1 & ;: Cal: Oil CansBETZNEII.
car. t" to these p rrts from: Plant City and bought Hut a small bak ry.
A 1 'w year lattl tHey moved into their own building next door to i uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H.
the "'hrti'n Chevrolet crmpanj' Mr. 1111 is' brand of family-ptas-! I C. White in Macon. Ga. I w
ing hi 'id g-Ot'.i tu the trade under a handsome wrapper with the lettering I I
: ""illi Enriched Ten ercrust Bread." Mr. and Irs. Tillis and I
son, Frank, live It their own home on Belle Glade road in Pahokee.Mrs. I CHIROPRACTOR-- STilE
Bill Rogers and daughter, Miss \\'iIlotaason.. medical "III!: Till'- A Wed.BELLE
Sandra, trs. O. A. Rogers of Fort technician the Baptist Ho- I GLADEThor 1I.\HnW.\HE STOnE;
Myers and Mr,. \\'. D. Gll'nnon pital, Memphis .Tt'nn., has arrived I Fr &: Sat. I.\I\ STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.
were called to Tallahas 'e Tues- here to spend the holidays with I DU. L. S. JONES
day by the death of trs. Glennon's her mother frs. Frank Friend!. Suttf 301-02 Comt'au B1do I
Phone 3650Vest Palm Beach, Fla. I. I
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H: December 15, 1946 . .2:30 P. M.

i Memorial Field, Belle Glade


I Group Singing Led By Carl Ioherg


Colonel 1ladson Atlanta Georgia, A Great Speaker

Subject 'Vhat It Means To Be An American

Everybody Invited Come Bring The Children

Sponsored By Belle Glade Chamber 0 f Commerce

C. A. Bailey. Program Chairman Phone 70

Cllllrclles and Civic Clubs Please Announce

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Friday December 13, 1946 The Everglade News. Canal Point Florida
Pam 1RveMr'
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' I Park Sunday, While there they Christmas meeting and party at I -- --,

I attended a revival conducted by the home of Mrs. B. Elliott OD I
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II I I Evangelist Ralph Johnson who Tuesday night at 8 p. m.
I made friends The annual Christmas i : Authorized Dealers
many here while part of i
'I conducting revivals at the Pa- the Simonson-Lair Circle, Pahokee1VSCS :
I hokee Methodist Church. will be held at the home WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES

Pauline Mayers of Marietta -I I The Misses Lucille Rogers and of Mrs. T. L. Burns on Tuesday ALSO REPAIR PARTS

Helen Howes will be night at 8 p. m.
Pa. arrived Tuesday to spend guests of XE\r
the season with her brother and: Miss Howes brother, Thomas I A joint meeting of Fred and PORTABLE 'YELDER, Enabeling us to

sist'r-in-law. Mr. and Irs. A. C. Howes, in Gainesville this week- I Percy Mansfield Post 90 and the do and' kind of Steel Construction at any place

Libhart ,in Pahokee. end. While there they will at- I Legion Auxiliary will bi" held in I

Irs. J. C. Mock, Mrs. F. G.GiUis tend a buffet supper and Christmas the Woman's Club building on Manufacturers Of
.lfonday. Dec. 16, at 8 p. m. Adjutant IRRIGATION AND HRAIXAGE
and Irs. O. O. Gilbert are party being given by the Uni- PUMPSH1'DRtG'LIC
Claude S. Jones wants all
versity studenh.
attending an executive board MOLE DRAMS
of Vets to be there.
meeting of the WMU Palm-Lake Miss Eva Fay Gainey has gone you -.--- WEED CHOPPERS
Association: in Belle Glade this to Jacksonville to take a business
TTESD )11.\)11 MEET
Friday study course. i WE IAXl'FACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
I Ij
Those from Pahokee
B. S. Waring arrived Monday Mrs Minnie L. Hughes has as the Methodist Institute and attending Miami MADE OUT OF IHOX'OH USE I1'TIIE ('
from Madison to spend several guests over the weekend Mr. and
days here on busine s. He was Mrs. S. E Henderson and baby District conference at Trinity GLADES II Ii I
I Methodist Church in
accompanied here by Judy Cun- and Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hender- on I I
Thursday and Friday of this week i D.on XIGurrro SERVICE
ningham who spent the past week son
include Mr. and Irs. J. D .
visiting the Warings in Madison.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durrance SLOW S [\ST CII.\ItGlXG-D.U' OIt XIGIIT !
Mrs D. D. Caudill, Re\ and Irs.I I
and Mrs. R L. Brooks and I were visitors in Fort Lauderdale
C. T. Howes, O. B. McClure and
dau hter, Bunny spent the last weekend Frank Rozelle, Jr. Dr. H. W.
end in Fort Lauderdale week-I D. W .Cunningham left Vednesday I Blackburn district superintendent, ; 1 Canal Point Iachine Works
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. of this week on a business
is presiding at the conference and
Fraser trip to Monks Corner S. C.Mr. I guest speakers include, Dr. Richard CANAL POINT PHONE,531P.0.. BOX 466

Miss Margaret Anderson, stu-I and rr3. A. C. Libhart and T. Baker Dr. John W. Brans- I i
dent of Scarrett daughter. !
College Nashville Sunny were visitors in comb Dr. Harold R. Barnes, Dr.
T nn.. will arrive Saturday Miami or the we kend.
Fred T. Barnett and Rev. Ira Bar-
to spend the Christmas holidays The marriage of Miss Sarah
with her parents. Mr. and Irs. H.J. Tample Stokes and Alex M. Cunningnam -YDevelopment PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
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Ander.oon I ootn or umter, S. c.. I of a new recording -
frs. Mary Iordofr, Tampa, Isl! will take place in Sumter on Saturday thermometer designed specifically -:
the guest of :Mrs. Nola Smith in : Dec. 21, following which I I Ii
to meet the requirements of
PahokE't' this wr kend. ; the couple will visit his brother i I
refrigerated has been an-
J. '1'. Fuqua is a patient at Good and sister-in-law Mr. and Irs. D..Cunningham A Servant
nounced b y the Minneapolis of the Glades
Samaritan Hospital, West Palm I \" in Pahokre on
Honeywell Reg-ulartor Company. I : I
each this week.Mr. I their wedding trip.

and Irs. E A. Burkett, I Fred and Percy Mansfield Post I I''

Charleston, III., arrvied in Canal 90 is sponsoring a series' of dance NOTICE To Miami I
Public notice h hereby given that 4
Point last Saturday to for school students Buses
spend parties high the under igred Intt'nd to register
Christmas and the holidays with to be held at the Woman's Club I with the Clerk or the CircUit Court or To 11'est Palm Beach I II
their (laughter. Mrs. H I d R Palm Beach County, Florida pU1'uantto
a r 0 building on Saturday nights at I Section 86j ro. Florida Statutes 19U. Dally
Rosenbers and son-in-law. Harold p. m.. the fist dance to be this the f1ctltOU" namE' to-wit: Collins I To Ft Irers & Lakeland I
: I Furniture Stort' under which I amengaged I II
Rosenberg.Mr. I coming Saturday night. Arrangements -, In business in Pahokt't' Flo- I
aril Mrc. C. C. Cruthird will ht under the direction rida.

and sen, John Bennett and Ir.I I of X. L. Garrison city recreationdirector. i H. C. COLLINS.Pahokee.. !

and Irs. T. L. Burns and daughter I I Dated this 6th day of Fla.Dt'cE'mht 1946.Pubh Glades Motor[ Lines Inc.

Ann Rita, were guests of Mr. The Gertrude Shirley Circle Pa- : Dec 6. 13. 20.!( 27. 19'6. ,
and Irs. Paul Jordon in Avon 1 hokei'5C5.. will hold its annual .,

The City Council of Pahokee

r will receive hid up to 8 p m. on :

SEWING L\CIIINE REPAIRS Dt'c. 2t 1916. for one mechanical

hoist and dump body for a gar-

For Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplies, h3g-l' thick said body to be
mounted on a chassis already
writ or call at
owned by the City of Pahokee.

RJIODES APPLIANCES The council reserves the right to
reject any and aU bids.
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Dated this 5th day of December
Belle Glade. Ile. : 19tG.

: Free Pickup and Delivery service to Pahokl' and Canal I City Council of Pahokee

Point twice weekl).. Parts and Accessories for all I II Pahokee, Fla.

I makes and st'les. ;I Correct attest:
I W. P. Walker, City Clerk. I I-
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Irs. -c udill Int l sion study of "India' 'presented I I;Business Circle Mr. and lIrs. A. C. Santo have, Mrs, Ernest alphurs of West
d-I by Mrs. O. D. Carpenter. moved from West Palm Beach Palm Beach visiting her son-in-
As 'VSCS President Following the meeting the group Met Tuesday Night into a residence on Second Ave., law and daughter, Mr. and 1rs.II .

conducted its annual tea with I which they recently purchased C. M. Baker, Jr., in Pahokee this

Mrs D. D. CaudilJ was installed i 1Irs. H J. Anderson Irs. Duncan I At a meeting of. the Businessi'oman's from Yrs. \'el\'a Elliott. II week.
Padgett, Mr. 0 D, Carpenter,
president of the pahokee Methodist i ,I \ Circle, First Baptist
Mrs C T Howes and Mrs. 1. W. WMU, in the Fellowship Hall ---- -- -- -- --
Woman's Society of Christian: I
Weeks acting as hostesses. Tuesday night Mrs. Horace Un-I
Service at the annual installation I
win chairman, introduced -
of officers held Monday afternoon I program Mrs. W. M. DuBose who; On Your Next 'Visit to b'est Palm Beach Do Your
at the church. Rev. Carson T. I Club Receives Two I
gave a review of the last party
Howes acted as installing officers.
New Members of the book ,The Life Story of
Other new officers inducted Christmas ShoppingAT
Lottie Moon:
were Mrs. A. D. Beverly vice I I
Irs. C. A. Mrs. F. G.
president: Mrs. Glenn Abling re-j Mrs. C. T. Jackson and 1Irs. T. Ioberg
Gilbert -
GillisandMrs. O. O. wereappointed
cording secretary; Mrs. C. T. : S. Kirk were received as new: 0FOR
Howt5 corresponding secretary; members of the Pabokee Woman'sClub : on a committee to. HALSEY &: GRIFFITH
make for a Christmas I a
I arrangements
Mrs. 1. J. Fraser Jr.. treasurer; at a business luncheon held
for the junior group
Mrs. D. W. Cunningham Chistian'focial at the clubhouse Tuesday. It was! party -
relations secretary; Mrs. announced that the date of the : at the Sunday school Irs. Ralph WALLETS and BRIEF CASES
Grimes, leader, reported that her
J. Schroder Bible and R.I group's program luncheon, originally -,!I Girls Auxiliary members have [!II CAMERAS and ACCESSORIES
Mrs. A r c scheduled for Dec 24. has
study secretary: :
their preparation of a TilE LATEST IX BOOKS
completed iJ
Blake}'. children's work secretary; I I1frs. been advanced a week to Dec. 17with I relief

Ralph Stanley spiritual life I Mrs. V. L. Geiger in charge I box and the of box food Is for now overseas on its way to FOUNTAIN PENS and DESK SETS
secretary: and Mrs. H. J. of arran ements. Ir9. Leon Spooner -, 0 PEHSOXAL STATIOXERYI
son, supplies Hcretary. president. presided at the busi- Yugoslavia.Mrs.
Ander-I acted host- nOOKS
D. W Young as I CIIILDHEX'S iJ
The program consisted of ness.
ess in the serving of refreshments I 1 PICTURE FRAMES Qd
ot sandwiches and coffee.
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I And Many Other Items for Christmas
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, i I I Outdoor Social GIftS aHALSEY

I : JUST RECEIVED e e e Is Enjoyed By 300 !I
-- I & GRIFFITH, Inc.

; ,A SMALL ALLOTMENT : More than 300 members and I 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone 3SS3West

friends of the Pahokee Methodist I!
Palm Beach Fla
outdoor social ,
Church enjoyed an iJmm
and fish fry held at the church
m mA.1rt
lltireFPahokee park Tuesday evening under the I IaL
pices of the Ien's Bible Class I
In addition to crisp fried fish the I ,: t"" '"r

cabbage. .-
menu included swamp 1I

roasting ears, baked beans hush : where I sit..bj' Joe i Harsb
puppies and coffee. I
O. B. McClure was host. General _1&From
Supply Co. arrangements were under the I 1I

direction of Joe Hatton who pre- !; A Grand
sided at the frying vat. He wasaSEistt'd
Rev. C. T. Howes Mr.1fcClure ."y
Am rican Tradition
Ol'in Bacon Pahokee Phone 2671 Lloyd Hundley, Frank
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Rozellt', Sr., Duncan Padgett and

,, --- ----- ---- .I ,other The Cupjt had a grand old blonue -\"trmont accents and
. family reunion last 'H't.k-or the ,Alab.ma draw 1s-1J'tors and farm.ers. -
first time since the war. ... all with their difference or

tkONLY taste and politics, yet as close and
Big and little Cuppers came, by
harmonious: in spirit as I group
from far
ear and train as west
could be.From.
as Nebraska and as far east as
trmont. They crowded Dye and where I lit, it's a great

Jane's house set up quarters in American tradition-not just fame

the barns, or stopped with neigh- ily reunions, but the ability to get

Lors-and a jollier gathering you along as one harmonious family,
t'Ouldn't have imagined! regardless of differences or taste-
whether it's taste for politics
1 was uked to their final Satur-
farniino, beer or cider.49oe .
day night supper, when they ran;
old !oon rs, drank brtr and cider q.W
reminisced lJark Cuppers and ,


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December 13, 19G The Everglades New. Canal Point Florida rage Seven
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will be selected for the two ;Miss Willola Nason were visitors ,! Undrose) of Babson Park
Held Meet Friday months of the contest. At the I in Miami on Thursday of this announce the birth of a son, Jon I
close those in the lower bracket week. I Jay, on Friday, Nov. 29.
i A Lottie Moon Christmas program will be host to the others at a'' I .
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I fish fry. pastor
was presented by the GirlsAuxiliary ,
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Mr. and Irs. Ray Sanford Mesmer at a meetnig with their I
i i
Sunday another in the series of
of Pahokee announce the i leader, Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Friday fine lessons based on the life orI I
birth of a daughter, Alice Marie, afternono. Pep resenting various
Paul. The Class Quartet will sing. '
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -I countries on the program were
Fellowship Hall will be decorated: Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr.
on Dec. 7.Mr Stella Sue Barnes, the United for the Christmas season by chairman .!
.and Mrs. Robert Herbert States: Bobby Moberg, Europe: James Harry Wilkinson and i ,
Culberson of Pahokee announce Jona Hadid, Palestine: Carol Carpenter .
his committee of the clas A most: OPTOMETRIST
the birth of a son, Robert Her- I Africa; Wynell Gillis, cordial invitation is extended to I I
bert, Jr, at the Everglades Me- China; Barbara Hadid Japan; all unaffiliated men of the community .i
Dec. 6. Ann Pacific Islands Lois
mortal McCoy
Hospital on :
and visitors to attend this Announces
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Swain Sullivan, Latin America. The program The Opening
at 9:45
class which meets Sundays :
of Pahokee announce the birth of I was opened and closed by I
in Fellowship Hall on Bacorn Point
a daughter, Linda Sue, at the the group singing of "Joy to the Road. I; Of HisOPTOMETRIC
Everglades Memorial Hospital on World." The scripture reading ... I
Dec. 4. was given by Donna Jo Spooner.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Hamblenof ... P.\1I0KEE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pahokee announce the birth of MEN'S BIBLE CUSS
a son, Paul Everett, at the Ever- The membership of the Pahokee Because of the many requests,
glades Memorial Hospital on Dec. Men's Bible Class, thanks to the the Ladies Quartet of the First
4. splendid spirit of cooperation on Baptist of Pahokee will repeat In The
....... the part of all, continues to enjoy Sunday morning the selection "If
Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. additions. This Sunday the announcement We Never Meet Again". The pastor .
Leonard T. Quattlebaum have re- by membership vice Rev. C. A. Moberg will preach New Elsberry Building
turned from a visit with relatives president T. W. Knight, of a new on the subject 'Th Eternal Security -
in Jacksonville and Madison and contest to begin the first of the of the Bt'liever." A most cordial I
are visiting Mr and :Mrs. W. H. year, will be made. Paul Watson invitation is extended to all unaf NEXT TO THE nus STATION IX
Vann here for a few days before and his group will remain intact filiates to attend the Bible School
returning to their home in Miami. on their throne of victory until de- which convenes at 9:45th BELLE GLADE
classes for all ages. O. Gilbert b
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_ Union with unions for all ages,i i I I
II III with rrs. W. M. DuBose, Director,i OFFICE HOURS 9 A. JI. TO 5 P. M. :
will meet at 6:30: with another of I
its fine assembly program Another .I Evenings! By Appointment Only i

Barn Dance I thirty days, thanks to the; PRONE 2$1S'i
Big ::1:1II I kill of the workmen the educational -

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Former Resident 67 Die From Cancer I 2,304 in the state. 90 died of the j -- :-=-I II

disease here in 194-1 and 2,219 in I
Dies In Jacksonville In Count This Year I
) the tate.I Trees
I Nines Shrubs Citrus :
"The most tragic part about

Word was received in Canal Cancer already has killed 67 these figures" Mrs. Carr said, "is of all sizes and varieties for :I
Point Tuesday of the death of a people in Palm Beach County this I
that from one-third to one-half of i
I Selection 1
former resident, Preston G. White, year, according to latest figures your
those who died need not have died
at his home in Jacksonville. Mr. compiled by the State Board of
I To those needless deaths,
and Mrs. White left Canal Point Health Mrs. O. B .Carr, County i I. prevent LANDSCAPING '
the Palm Beach Unit of I
about four years ago. While here Commander of the American Cancer -
the Society's Field '! the American Cancer Society is as you like it. "'e are organized and equipped to do ;
Mr. White was employed by Army announced -
U. S .Sugar Corp at Azucar. Funeral I today. The figures cover the I''I setting in motion an intensive program a thorough job from plans to completion of planting. I
of education which we believe .
services were held yesterday first 8 months of the year.Mrs. ,
r will ave lives We know I
and burial was made in Jackson Carr said that if the present that in some communities where As always, you are i
ville. trend continues, the I I I':
highest I IXt'RSERlES
this program has been in opera- welcome at our
number of cancer deaths
ever re- I
tion over a period of many months
100 Young People corded in the 1946.state probably will there has been an actual reduction : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
be noted in
Attend Youth Meet Florida 1,692, cancer deaths Throughout have I: in the cancer .death. rate' City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida .

been reported to the Board of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham
More than 100 young people Health during the first 8 months I have moved into a residence on ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I

from Lake Okeechobee communities of the j'ear. I Southeast Third Ave., which they I
attended the Glad subdis- During 1945 cancer killed 115! recently purchased from Irs. I I

trict meeting of the Methodist persons in Palm Beach County and \'elva Elliott. Li
Youth Fellowship held in Moore I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

Haven on Thursday night of last

wek. A Christmas devotional & & a SAt. + a & +0i . A a A A A tA t A A A A A A A A A + A A A A A A A A A A A
t..}4.il Oi yi ? ii,>4.>4.}4 it>t Ot } > ii }C C,i< i< < }C OCa}{}4 . program was presented by the A.Y Y Y Y Y r + Y Y Y Y + + Y Y Y 4 Y + Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y If Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 'I Y I-Y

:Moore Haven tYF group. Miss c.} I yr..

Helen Howes of Pahokee, president .:? )% h,
f'.1 3 fg
presided at the metting. V hA ,
Those attending from Pahoke

were Lucille Rogers, Louise Hamilton V "

Jan 11'iLson, Helen Howes. + h
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Loretta Wilson, Louise Rogers, c Y>
Donald Smith, Donald Padgett, .
Frank Rozelle, Jr., Rt\ and Mrs.C. i I A
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SEI'TI(' tanks and grease traps If

cleaned and repaired. Phone t CHANDLER'Se h,

38j2, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c h"
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FOIL SALE: Fine display of New V, :}
and reconditioned traiJers. Small V
down payment balance like rent.

We have three lots and carry a
Se\'enty-tive thousand dollars : CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTER : :

stock, we surely can solve your
hOll lng problem. Arthur Trailer h '

Sales, East main St. Pahdkee. c;. Again this year, as usual here at Chandler You'll find something for every Member :;:
from 10 to 9 m.
a. m.
Open p.
.:. orth\vhile nominal! .:.
daily Including Sunday tfch of the family. gifts at prices.

FARM LOANS from $5,000 up on '

well located, improved land and .:. COLOGNES AND PERFUMES MANY ITEMS FOR NOMEN .i"

tattle ranches. 4% percent interest .:. In our perfume department we have one of the Whether it's a box of Eaton's fine stationery or .t
10 to 20 to Prudential .
Insurance years Company pay.of America. ; finest displays we've had since we've been in busi- a set of boudoir lamps l this Christmas you can rest .t

C. A. Bailey, agent Belle . available this assured that It will be an easy matter to find 80m .:.
Apply .I.ness.. All of the leading brands are year
Glade, lo1a. Box 216, Phone 10. tf .,y thing at Chandler's to make her heart happy. IamToiletrIes .:..
for both and will be found at
i:. .men omen, cure sets, week end fitted case, vanity sets, or any .:.
FOR SALE: New Chrysler Industrial Chandler's at a won t be worrIed about 4
<. prIce you one of the hundred and one items on display will ,
power unit, starter and gen- paying. Ideal gifts for him or her. make her happ }
erator and automatic shut-off (to .

Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. if b
Y .

FOR SALE: Muck 4 yds $4.00, +

4 yds $12.00, C. A. Bailey, Belle + This year, as never before, it isn't going to tax In the past three or four years it hag been next to

Glade U 4 your brain to find something for hIm. Purses, pens, the ImpossIble; to secure a Lox of good cigars for :1 yis

W.\STtU: Experienced--Chevrolet--- - pencil, ash trays, tobacco pouches, are just a handift.. This year all you have to do is to make your :.

mechanic, also body and paint fut of the dozens and dozens of items we have to want known. '''e'll be able to take care of 'ou. Cig- 4.

man. Permanent job. Contact y gladden the heart of the man in the house. Don't arette, of course, ire a dandy item for a gift, Come %.

O. O. Gilbert at Christian Chevrolet .i forget the toiletries for the most discriminating in early and order your cigars .:..

company In Pahokee or phone ? V
Pahokt'e 2371 or -ISH. N29ch .
i : TO )1.\Kt; TIItm 11t\lt1'S .:'

SIX-ROOM modern bungalow, 31 cl lu o.
bedrooms, close in, completely I +: .... 'CfIA ELECTRICAL GII'TS ('IIItISTMAS MORNING :+:

furnished best buy in Pahokee.,1 .;.I.7Jj. FOR THE IIOME .I.
See or call Dan Carpenter, Phone G ,
. ..
25j1. I + This year we have many of .
I 6
.,y those hartl-to-et items for the ..
4 1101111 NOISE in Pahoket, immediate -i
i . Our novelty department, this season, is cram- home ..
possession, only $2500 4 med with items you'll be wanting to'e that' :
large lot, Dan Carpenter, Phone
257 1. 'I'L L11'.1TE11 % friend anti neighbor. We have searched the many ELECTRIC CLOCKS (

.t big market and as result, "e have many item / .t
a. :
: Girls ow lS for relief you'll be walltln'; tu include in Your list this tIme "
p'\r.itions. Prince Theatrt' : ..,. ELE'TlIC ilEA TEnS f .:..

D13ch .:. Among Then1: r.
Ilf'l) \'IIF"
Hut S.ILE:: 511x100 foot business .'. 11
Books Ends BoudoIr Lamps : :
lot Mil 5 room house on main I .:. T.111IE1WIITMILs4a. :

street, price $5k Same terms, ; '. Jewel Cases Salt and Pepper Shakes Nuhtrr Sf'h I'"ot .:.
See Robert Hewell Canal Pomt. i \\'acon.. (1av Kit.. :

(-'-un-: IS-and--'l' the- New Electric ::: Bar TravelIng hits CA IElt\S( & I' IL.II hnrr skatr. Pull UfoJ\I"Oi TI) :::

Lawn Mower noon demIt1nstratlOn. .%. PortableSets Bars-the Latest ThIng. Trldt" Tf".l 1111k' ; .:..
So easy to operate- : 11'e have an unusually large Hundreds of other hits :

you merely plug in. switch onI I i,. assortment of t-l'lm-to fit most. too numerous to list In Um .:
It s next tl\ the )"l., the hundred .
motor and Whizz- the grass IS cut 4' .
\\t' kr.o'oUl1t
small ;
regardless 'If height Christian : .+.. of gifts Wl\ have in our bid., stak this year. You'll u')n'I'Z". canlDra: Come l.n today I are space sure to find something ...

Chevrolet, Pahokee. Fla Phone I : profit by coming in early I and II looking aroum I' while 1 the size: are romp I ete, you :
., for f'ar b. lh pIU."g' i,
:!:ra. StD13eh1'Oli u..ua 1.!!.11 .Pt' It f lrr at {Chan/11', -;-. rr: ):,f may t..nt her" at Chandlrr: :
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S.ILE Studebaker rickup'
tnl\'k $1.5.: Ht'nJt'rs\n Texaco ;:. JlTLL\ .:...

Station, p\hnkt't' ltcol1Y111 4. .
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S \I.t:: By' new bkyd
:b mrh, with speedometer seat f+ +

t't.l\'l'r and mirror, easy terms !+ HANDLER

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