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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 20, 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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December 20, 19.tG PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN




CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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Teachers) -iii-,,; Spend; Eisenhower Tries Tree And Treat For Parties nIarl{ End


RECENT Holidays ,At Homes Pahokee Baptists

Fishing In 'Chobee Fall School Terns

OPERATIONS Several members of the Pahokee Bl"'l'au.e of the large increase
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--- school faculty are leaving this ,I in the Sunday School of the First I I

I wefkend to spend the Christmas General Dwight D. Eisenhower A round of Christmas parties
By Paul Hardin Baptist Church of Pahok, theannual
I holidays with relatives and friends tossed a plug into Lake Okeecho-. "Christmas Treat and and programs at Pahok'e and
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parts country. bee on Tuesday of this week and i Taw" will be conducted in Fellow- Canal Point Schools precede the
Mrs. J. It. York will spend the i
Christmas! I showed the bigmouth black bass shIp Hall Sunday night at sewn dismissal of school this Friday
Merry holidays in lary\'iIle, Tt'nn: Miss
that ht' is o'clock. The entire building
as adept at handling a can
-__aNew -- Mary Soliek, in West Palm Beach; I afternoon for a two weeks''ara-
I rod and reel as he is guiding the now be used thanks to the removal -
Ms Constance Smith in Fort tion through the holiday sea:: n.I .
Post In I I destinies millions of men in bat- of the flooring stored for i,
Legion PE-fC't': : Irs. Frances Moa=; e. in
tit The genial Ike fished from the second unit of the construction At 12:20: p. m. today the child-
Pulaski, Tenn.; Irs. Phara Mock, I I
Whitey's Camp at Belle Glade and program. ren of the Pahok'e Elementary
in Miss Jane Mitchell. in i
Tampa
Its Second _Ieeting Knoxville,: Tenn.: Miss Barbara was accompanied; on the trip by I The gift of the beautiful tree by : School, with aU rJa. cs taking

I Salty rallants. fishing editor of R. B. Mackey. decorated by Irs.
Ic\amara ,in Haverhill Iass.: i part, will present a Christmas
I The Miami Daily News. I J. Chastain and her class of young
I Mr. and Irs. Robert O. Lampi and I program under the direction ofMrs.
T h e Canal Point American .
I The world.known general is matrons coupled with the hall decoration
family, in Tampa; Irs. Ruth I Cleo Douthit in the school
Legion Post 242 held its second few weeks in Miami program directed by James
spending a '
Cissendaner. in Ozark Ala. : auditorium. This will be followed -
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official meeting in the school au-
lr'l for his health and an outing on Harry Wilkinson makes of the
ditorium Ionday night. The need and Ir.s. Richard Brooks in at 1:15 p. m. by a high school
Lake Okt'echobee was a prescription hall truly one of Christmas atmosphere -
of home for the for Lauderdale: Mr. and trs. Clyde I Christmas program consisting of
a Legion post I easily filled and known for its Following the singing of
Alley and family, in Kentucky: religious songs and readings by
use a.'t a permanent meeting place II III curative qualitit's. Residents who a group of carols a program at
I Irs. Sarah Thomas, in New Or- i eighth grade students under the
hall discussed
and recreation was
met and shook hands with the visual education will be presentN.
Jean La: Irs. Frances Harlow, : direction of Robert O. Lampi.
and steps were taken to make a
famed world figure while the The pictures "Child of
Brighton Fla.: and Irs. Tommie Bethlehem"I I I Following these programs par-
survey at desirable buildings that I party topped in South Bay for and "It Came Upon
Lee Pubose in Goodwater, Ala. it's for the elementary school
be in Canal Point ::
might purchased
I gas. described him as a "reglarfeller. Clt'ar" will be hown With the
children will be held in the indiividual -
for this purpose. --.... --- ," singing of "Jingle Bells" and the :
Commander Roy Pope appointt'd i I class room where gifts will
fo a certain gentleman
Dr. Sartoris .-. appearance bt' exchanged from beautifully
L. V. McClelland and Loel Speaks Ii of much popularity this time of
decorated Christmas trees and
Lence on a committee to rtpre I To Pahokee Rotes Ho\\yes Announces the year whose treat will be most room mothers and teachers will

sent Post 242 at the hearing of the night of good cheer

the Veterans Board in West Palm I Sunday Topic"The will generous come to a close. All unaffiliated act as hostt'sses. Parties for high
Dr. G. B. Satoris who is associated i- school classes were held at various
2. Tom Ennis.
Beach on Jan of this area are most
Charles Maxson and Mr. Yoemans : with the government cant Bells of Christmas" will be cordially persons invited to attend places during the past week with
breeding station at Canal Point, roommothrrs and class
were named on a committee to I the subject of Christmas sermon At the morning hour of eleven I spoasnnacting
was guest speaker at the luncheon
host.li. Most of tht'
as tpartit's
make arrangements for the preparation to bt deli\'erde by Rev C. T. the Ladies Quartet will present a.
meeting of the Pahoket' Rotary took either in the
of Christmas gift boxes; Howe at the Pahokee Methodist special ot music commensurate place
Club on Thursday of last week. program
Woman's lubhol1se
the ,
to bt' presented by the post to Church Sunday morning. Mrs. D. with the season. The pagt- gym or
Introduced by Otto Coleman the however the Senior Class hrlll ih
families in the community. D. Caudill, soloist will "0 ,
needy sing or, Re\ r. A. Moberg will present ;
I speaker gave an interesting rt- Cha'tain's lunch
Preliminary plans were made Holy :\i ht" and the senior choir th Bible Iccsln of the birth party at near
\'ifof the history ot sugar cane Port %% evening:
i Mayaca 'ednewlay
for a membership dri\'t Approximately will sing a special anthem. "Gloryto of the Sa\our. The full exegesis'will
30 members were pre t'nt. growing and processing in the God in the Hi hrt." Special be given. following which the seniors camehack

Florida Everglades from the time ..- _ i to town and I sang Christmas
Christmas programs will bt' featured -
it was started several years ago I carols a1l they rode through the

lions Hear Numbers up to its present status as one church in school all departments at 9:45 a. m.of and thE> : Family Reunion At I I str'ets. In addition to these parties -

of tht' leading: industries in the I Smith entertained .
Miss Constance
From Baptist Cantata I the Junior Choir under the direc- : The Guthrie home i
Stat
room mothers and faculty
tion of Robert O. Lampi will present -
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I Plar were announced for the j' I members at a Christmas tea in the
Selections from the Christmas: dub's annual Christmas partyIheduled a cantata in the evening at Relatives and friends of Mr. anti
home economics room and Mrs.
rantata ilt'nt :\ ght:' were to bt' held at this \wt k's 7:3: :). Irs. I. R Guthrie gathered at the Frances Moose entertained at a

sung by the Baptist Ladies Quartet ncbo1 meftin The annual Christmas party and Guthrie home on Barom Point Christmas party for members ofht'r

on the program at the Tuesday program for children ot the Road Sunday for a family rt'union
taff.
luncheon meeting of the Pahokee -. --- church school will be held in the and help Mr. Guethrit' celebrate I library
At the Canal Point School a
Lions Club The quartrt B. Elliott Talks To church auditorium on Mondaynight his birthday annivercarv by doing
Christmas play was prew'ntcd by
at 7:30: m.. with frs. 11. of home conking .
composed If Mrs. Ralph Crimes.Mrs. p. ju;;tire to the feast
fourth grade pupils under the dirE'cUon -
r. A. Moberg. Irs. T. W" Pahokee Veterans C. Graham in charge. that trs. Guthrie spread before -
of Mrs. Clara Mautf'r
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Knight and Irs. Charles A. Rakfr : them.
afternoon and Christma. -
were accompanied at the piano I Ht p. II Elliott was guest speaker Mr. and Irs. Roy l'andegnft, : Among those attending were Thursday
decorated
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by Rev Carl A. Moberg. who also : at a meeting of Fred and Sr., will have as holiday guests anlt hIp Mr. Guthrie celebrate parties!. featuring gaily

played "Whitt' rhri.tm3," Prrnv Mansfield PMt 4) in the their grandson, Roy Vandegrift IUl 1-"fr. and f-Z. Leon Guthrif> and trees and gifts urhan t.

Postmaster Edward A. Jensen.annnunci'd Woman Club building 1fi)r taynight. fit Scranton. S. C.: her uncle. JIhn rlau htfrf. earn1 Jo an,1 Eva Gail. are being held in the tndi\1daal

that the Paht'kt't" pestoffile I The speaker explained to Hewitt of Florence, R C.: her Mr and Mrs H L Guthrie of rooms ths: Friday afternoon with

will remain open all day': the grogp the procedure veterans hrottt'r. Dumas Turner and Mr. Delray Gearh 1fr. and Mrs Bose teachers and room mothers artitg

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Saturday! tt' expedite the local should follow in the purchase ofStateowned Scott of the University of South Lt'\'ir. Miss Opal v\'ms. 11r. andMrs. as hostesses.13o

nHWrnwnt t1t Christmas ma:!. ..1rlub :. la1J Carolina: Mrs. Sara Iyt'rs. Lake C. It 'etherirgtonl Jr Mr -----

directors minting wa called I j i rurtl: Chase, J. W. Mullis and Cit .. R C.: Mr. and Irs. H. C. and Mrs. James Levies of Bainbridge. .

flu this Friday night at S o't'X'k.} '' Pr E. J. Graham were welcomed \\'olftnbargtr. Penzicoa! Fit GA.. Mrs Bobbie McKirs- : FolksVelcnrne

Plans \\t'Tt' mace for the dub's 31- as n r w mtr.1t't'rs It :\1. a r.f---- tn' and! hlldrtD. Penny Ann and

anal Christmas party to h. held d p'jTtQS IS t't'I:g made nounr-I 1p Canal POint post office will Sam Ill. Dr and frs. p S Spooner. New Baptist Pastor

at next wt't'k'f hmt'ht't\n n1f't'tir.g.l" clearrg! ot the title of the i be open Saturday afternoon to ar- Mr and Mrs J It Crosby.

t i 1n.'bnlt Pahl"kt't' lhghi : vhiih ttt' pdt Ie\; purchasing for i it romOlhtE' late users of Uncle \oN'ood Guthrie. J W Guthrie.Mrs. Rev and Mrs r). r. Plll-"r. were

.h.1 student. WU the guest rf ,, f site' of a new Legion home I: arn's Christmas mails according W D Gtl tr. Marcia Jean hor.IJr guests at a /Ir.n.'r! rl\fon at

Harry Fn'tr.tt student mtm ''r. : The un Auxiliary was invited I tia announcement by 0 Cpth- Guthnt, fu I.Autcf Thomp'lln the Canal Point Baptist ("hunh,

_. I to loin the Legion In the grove, rostcaJttr. and Mr. and Mrs I. S Guthrie.Mics Ike 10 A dhool.J turkey darer

Miss i Eleanor Chastain IS home secsors"p' : of dance parties to t I I .. ------ wu prepared bj' he ladies r..f the

t(1 spend the holidays \\1t!: her :, held in the Woman's Club oolldlnj I Jack Chhigf, student at Gtor- Betty SfIf"f'r, a n1or at Church and approximately 134guests

p.l\rt'ntl. Mr and !Irl'. StaatelCha'ttin. t'.tr either Saturday night for I gia Military CCllltgt, Milledgeville. Florida State College for Worn tn, Were .nM. The committee .

Misc Cta.taii b a Itu- high school tudfntl. The nut Ca., 15 spending the Christmas Tallahassee. has arrived to 'pendthe tn charge of arrangements: tni -

dent at Shorter College it Rome I pmt meeting V,1J to held en the holidays! in Pahoktt with his par.etts holidays in Pahokee with herparents. i eluded 11n. 1!. D. Geiger! 1ft. C.II. .

G& tilgtt! cf J&l. 6. 1r. ad Mrs. Peter Crivges. 1r. and.11rs, H L. SpttT. Sims. and 1ft!. J. S. ChajtaIii.



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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I

Established 192-1 Published Every Frida
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance .

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Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher I Ij I II I


fho C risflnas card, Cu5O 1 i5 anl> a liffle ovCr o e : ,

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among Christmas cards are f /F 1 IrWr cK ,E" d ; NOR1 ERN COUNTRIES, ''
held by these early designs. IF ENEMIES MET BENEATH

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TNEV LAID DOWN ARMS AND ly
"WhIch came first?" and "who An eminent American author.ity ,
tho'Jght of it first? arc tile two on greeting cards and a relent. ,; CALLEDA.DAy1RUcE. ;, rI
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questions awed since time fmmr less collector of early creations, E.D. r 1 tk LAIERMI5TLE10E WA5 I
These questions have Chase of Boston claims that he I ( N tNG OVER POORW SAT '
baliled historians, challenged detectives has found what he believes to be ('= t ? /
-- fly ; CHRISTMAS PLEDGING rI
caused law students to the "fast" Christmas card-but
burL the f'i idright oil but most until some scientific corrgborationis t1\\ \ 1IIOSE WHO ENTERED

of all-have intrigued the public. forthcoming we must consider TO KEEP FRIEND5HIP ..., JJ.(
For the last few years there's been his discovery a "dark horse" in the AND PEACE y
a big to-do about the "first" Christ. running. That it is a very "early"
mas card and the subject has fascinated card there can be no question.
many greeting card collectors -I Our collector traced It, H. Pease, ANDLES INN AT CHRI5Th1A5t. ,
art dealers museum curators the lithographer whose name ap j '' \', .: IIENGLI5N FARMERS U5E010
and a sizable portion of the pears at the bottom of the card, :
American and British public down to the year 1839 where the t., :r? LIGHT CANDLES AND PRAYGODP
The earliest Christmas card on latter was listed in the Albany, '10 8LE5STHEIR FAMIlIES'llIEIR
record, in the light of recent find. N, Y., directory as an engraver. I 1 = j i A t FIEL05 AND THEIR
lags, appears to be that of W M. The thing, however, that stumps the !1 i f r i; UVE5TOCIS' AND
Egley, dated 1842.: Discovered in amass experts is the fact that there is no
date on the card itself, t =i 1 L-t CANDIE MAKERS
of skating prints by the BrIt. t
Ish museum it Is Indisputedly a I h r : 1 1 i / PRESENTED aEIR
Christmas card and seems to have Ii.P CUSTO ,ERS WITH

been produced for general use. It k I FREE CANDlfS, wAV
resembles the early New Year's
cards of German origin with its various th OFWIS ING THEM A
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enclosed in half. ItMERRY CHRISTMAS"'i
scenes a -- 11i4 ,
gothic, half,rustic trellIswork and it ,1tj i
depicts the Christmas pantomine / 'r AROLS ORIGINALW
"Harlequin and Columbine." a i t I t '
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pet booth, skaters and other scenes
relating to the holiday seasqn. Its ; i i' i; I AND, LA1ER A DRINKING

sentiment reads "A Merry Christ. I r / \ :i + SCNG IN ENGLAND, hUQN, ,
mas and A Happy New Year toYou. VI WANDERING M

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card was, for years thought to ; i
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C. Horsley RA for Sir Henry Cole (-" AND ItJ50NGwISIalNG ,.
in London in 1846 who wanted a }' IS FOLK51OUCAVCHEER w '
card to send to his friends at ChrIst. YOUR: W.\TCIIES II r GOOD IIEALTI4 AND
mas. Horsley's card was litho- . It.s zero hour as children ,
graphed by Jobbtns of Warwick everywhere get their Christmas HAPPINESS.
court and a thousand copies struck scout cars and tanks for an all-
otf. These were colored by hand out aSSJlllt. It Is the first time for 7 lcsb
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and featured among other scenes a several years that rubber tires
merry family group hJlJm, filled I lure been Included with toys 01 : r' 'fr"IT WAS BELIEVED THAT

.wine glasses a10ft. I these tJpes. "' : \ fT. 1HE PEV L DIED WHEN
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December 20, 1946 The Everglades Sea's. Canal Point, Florida Page Thrtt
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, tivities with a chicken Fry at the rational------------1 Building Dec. 16 to ar- : the Chimes Rang" Shortly- after I having been the gift of Robert
Caastain Ranch Their guests range plans to attend the Tampa this Santa has promised to put Iacke ', The lYF will meet en
Life On The
Campus were Cars Sponsors Mrs. Colson Fair. the weekend of February in his appearance to distribute the Monday of next week instead of
ud Irs. Gisstndaner S. Tentative arrangements have traditional Christmas
AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL stocking. Tuesday for their regular weekly
been made for accomodations at 1 The programill also include the meeting because of the Christmas
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The Pan American Club met lcDm Field. The Fair Associa- singing of the old favorite carols Party. Meetings TUesday there-
The members of the ith grade Tuesday P. M. at the High School. tion will reserve a section of the and the lighting of the fourth of after.
h-Jd their Christmas Party in the After routine business matters Grand stand for F. F. A. Boys on'' the Advent Candles by a member The Canal Point Methodist
gym, PE'C' 17, at 8:00 P. M. Names WUE' disposed of, the members Feb S, which is F. F A. Da '. I of the congregation. The party Church had the largest representation -
had been drawn previo\l-ly. and present adjourned to the Home Payne Jackson. F F. A. Secretar ', will close with a candlelit recessional at the recent District Conference -
each received a present. Faculty Economics room where Phyllis hopes to secure special busses to ; singing "Silent \ight" as held in Miami with the exception -
guests were Miss Smith and Coach Belk and Patsy Creel served rake trap:port the sixty members expecting we gather under the tars for the of the host-church. The
Garrisc Room mothers invited and hot chocolate. Guests present to attend benediction.The Conference was held at the Trinity
weft trs. Schroder Irs. Howes were Irs. lock, Requ Midlen Christmas Sunday Services Methodist Church and was attended -
and Irs. Gresham. Each guest and Clarice Nason. A Christmas Tea was given for include Sunday School at 10 A. M. by all of the churches of the
dec'idcd to bring a gift to pre.sentto the Room Mothers and Faculty in with a class for even age from Miami District. The gathering was
the Junior Red Crays Council A rainy Friday yes, Friday 13. the Home Economics room from toddler to grandmother, under the addressed by Dr. Richard T.
who will send the collection to the forced the Freshmen to change 4:00 to 5:00 Tuesday afternoon. It : supervision of N. V. a.xson. The Baker a survivor ot the Hiroshima -
Naval Hospital at Key West their plans for a wiener roast in was sponsored by the Home Eco- Morning Worship Service at 11 atom bomb; Dr. John
the park to an impromptu supper nomics Classes.Christmas. will feature the lighting of the Bran."comb: Dr. Fred Barnett; Dr.
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The Juniors are celebrating the in the Home Economics room third Advent Candle, the Candle of : R. Ira Barnett and numerous other -
approaching holidays with a dance With sixteen members and class Party Love. by one of our church mothers I speakers who reported the
at the Woman's Club Friday, Dec I sponsor, Miss Mary SoUck, attending Mrs. Otto H. Coleman who ; work of their re. pective fields of
20. Gifts will be collected for : the rain was not a cornjinn. \t C. P. Methodist i I' will be moving soon to Meridian I IMississippi. n'ice.
patients at the Naval Hospital at flIt te Highest interest cent- I The Candle of FaitJI i Those who made the trip for the
Key \Vest. Refreshments of cookies ered in a basket ban game in the The Canal Point Methodist I was lit by\. 'Po Maxson. two I Conference were Irs. Frank Wil-
and punch will be served to )'m. Church and Sunday School will weeks ago, and last Sunday the i son, Irs. O. H. Colt'man.Irs.. D
the class and faculty spon..;ors. : hold the annual Christmas Party Candle of Hope was lit by one of L. Hooks. A. R Harring-ton EI-

11'it':: Harry Fremd chapter at the church on Christmas Eve our tiny children, Jant'tte HarI wood Dart 0 L. Hooks anti Rev.
lV'ednesdav. December 18. the President of the Pahokee F. F. A., from i P. M. to 8:15. It is plan- I'rington. The sermon in the morn- and Irs, William T. Blair.
Senior opened their holiday acv presiding. members met in the ned to be through early so that ing service will bt' on the theme ...
\0-1 the family Christmas trees may \'acancy", In the evening i I: Mrs. J. Christansl'n and daughtor .
- -- -- -- al-c. be enjoyed. Each class in th-e service beginning at ioo the min.ister .
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I ; i Sunday School will have a part in will speak on "Wise Men I Jack Christansen left Monday for
:rBERRY the party program closing with : Follow a Star Fool Never!" Phoenix, Ariz.. after a month'
FUNERAL HOME the presentation by tht minister The church L. being decorated visit here with Irs. J. Chri5tan-
I and the Methodist Youth Fellowship ;'for the Christmas Season by the s'n's son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
of the Christmas story "Why members of the IYF, the tree and lrs. O. L. Flynn.
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progress as new telephone connections are soldered If you want to make sure that you and everyone else have plenty of

together-putting speed into the Telephone Com- I! golden mellow!! TAX 'veer Florida's great regional Drink of Friendship, for

pany's program to improve service to provide the holiday! season, bra in your empty )lAX bottles without delay

telephones for all who them
want There's a serious bctie! shortage and people who cooperate by returning -

Telephone folks are in the thick of things, striving tbir empties prcr.pily VJill hep! greatly

to give you as quickly as humanly possible the \\'e want to be able to supply all requirements for lAX Beer during the

kind of service you want Installing equipment for holiday secscn . but we must have botles! to assure an ample supply cf

more and better telephone service is 3 timeconsuming beer

complicated job. Miles of wiring must be Won't you please gacr: up eU the empty lAX Beer bottles from your

laced into switchboards, Millions of intricate connections back porch and garage and ctner places and turn them in today? V/e'II

soldered, each in its precise place Banks I appreciate: it . and you'U be doing yourself and every other lover of fine

of electrical relays set up Cables laid Poles beer a favor by doing iL Thanks!

rrected Wires strung, And sometimes 3 whole new .

building constructed

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Page Four The Everglad 3 News, Canal Point Florida
Friday, December :O, 1916
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DDD DDDDD ]DD JDDDD7 Club Holds Rozelle rr.s. W .E Pope and Mrs.M. Leon Stevens is visiting his

I. Keen. mother in Plant City through the
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Christmas
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holidays.NOTICE..
0o \Irs. Y. A. Harris, who has been -
(},cd I Members of the Everglades the guest here of her son-in-law TO XTIt\'TOr

a l/! I Business and Professional Worn0 and daughter, Mr and Irs. H. L. The City Council of Pahokee
an's Club held their annual Christ.ma3 Speer will spend the Christmas will receive bids up to S p. m. on
a I party at the home of Clark holidays in Sebastian, Fl:1.: with ;Dcc.:1, 1916, for one mechanical
a Ii]I Hull Tuesday night withIiss i iI her mother, rrs. A. M. Letch- i hoist and dump body for a garbage -

iJ I Hull Nancy Jo lhndley and Mara worth and her sister, Mrs. S. r. truck, said body to be

aa I Ian Clause acting as hoste ses.I Rogers. I mounted on a chassis already
Contest prizes were won by Barbara elLIr owned by the City of Pahokee.
a I \IcXamara, Sadie Barwick and Irs. James Thomas, The council reserves the right to
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The story behind Christmas i I and Sarah Thomas. Gifts were exchanged Jr.. will spend the holidays in New 'reject: any and all bids.

is one that has I from a Christmas tree Orllan. La., with his parents Mr. Dated this 5th day of December.
and carob were sung. and \Irs. James Thomas, Sr., and 'H6..
\A the Yule holiday I
given her Council of Pahokee,
ern Refreshments were served by mother Irs. Maude Pamkey.j City
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force and direction for I the hotesses to Alma Farrow, --.. : Pahoket', Fl:1,

a .flYlstmQS over a thousand years I Cho Douthit Doris Carter, Violet j I Re\ Carson T. Howes is a business Correct attest:
Hearts are made over I Hall. June Frasure, Izetta Kautz. I visitor in Jack.5onyille this \\'. P. Walker City Clerk.
a Amanda Jernigan, Annette Kahn I weekend. Pub: Dec. 6. 13, 30, 1 6.pt .
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on this &y. a I
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SuN Rozt'lle. Becky Starling, Josephine I
E It gives us great pleasme 0I J Phillips Phara Mock, Tommie 1 1I

I during this holy seas I Lee DuBose ,Sarah Thomas { {

30n to extend our best a I 'illola Friend, Barbara McNamara S 'q!
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Wild:! Morgan, Marvel Griffith :l
Christmas wishes to all I l
a Edith Cross Ann Geiger tI.ai4Y :
I'1 our friends. a I \ola Dragon Lt.'ra Richardson. :

I Mary Tanner Sadie Barwick and :

r I I Ludllt' 1Villiams.I ,
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I i lrs. James Thomas ,

DOUBLE I Is Xew Circle Head 1 I i1 c.')4.

aE it lTi IJPy.4 1i'ib MJ
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E LONG LIFE ) president of the Gertrude Shirley :i!
i Circle Pahokee Methodist '\'SCS, ; l! '
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at a meeting at the home of tr:1. : c :
I B. Elliott Monday nig-ht. Other i

BRAND a] officers elected for the coming
year were \Irs. E. L. Pope, vice :.r 1
a a J' S .?
: chairman: rrs. Glenn Ahlin;, ser- 2hTtma
a ERTILIZERSSTUtKEY! J rotary and Irs. Jack Spencer,
I ;21 :
I treas lrer. It was announced the

J J new officers will be installed at :.Jr
aa 1))1 the next meeting by Mrs. D. D. :.
Caudill!!, : S

a) II Irs. Rudolph Faulk. Mr. M.J : ;; .'.1

J Bevely I and Irs. W. B. Montt'I ;;; ..f:
I II were welcomed as new membl rs. i= Qt
: A hook rt.'iE'of India was pl'll's..ntpd : M
a Fertilizer Works I '' bIrs.. Caudill. I S Peace and ,.:.

a I Following the mE'etingthE' grout : (E

I heM its annual Christmas part f-: Good Will t),
Plhokee Fla.
t I with rrs. Elliott and Mrs. 11. C. !
Graham acting as hostt"si'1t's.' The !
I Lighting the way to better
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a
Christmas: motif was carried out i
Q I in tt'C'orations. Carol were sung I Ii t S fellowship and good will ii
Land i gifts 'x'hanged. Contest'I u'
I r towards a II'is Christmas,
.1 priZl'.i were won by Mrs. Frank 1r
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I v- :: = That it may be a truly I t;,:
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$\\;..- .- 1" "" '' '' 4 i. '';;:. -I g happy Christmas for each t ;1
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: IS YOUR LIVERI rii '
wish,
FaYY I of YOU is our ardent

I CRYING FOR HELP .,1: .t,1..
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1 > estion? If you feel bilious, sour 0,:
:: I c:,. bloated with gas, headachy, blue. r.as .
; ct I grouch. you may be putting too big r1 ::
'1 i a burdl'n on your hwr. Hrtau'Q undigested :;\ t
food becomes
putrefactive. fp'
11r causes toxins, which overload tho I $
liver, keeping it from working prop.ctly. N IL Evans
.1 Then is the time to rl'it.'OUf! !
: ; tired liver by letting Calottbs help r :
t : nature sweep the putrt'fuU\t' and
4 partially digested matter from
'lJur w j
h stomach and intF' ttnes. A'othng arts Contractor Pahukee, Fla.
i I just like good old C.1lotab3. Use as dl- Tkc
I rated lOe and 25c at your drugg.ts" J- h:.
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BE YOURS 'rlIIS a J yrar with a fallI. So "

t,1 r . r"up eut )our rhinlDo" atxl
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Friday, December 20, 1946 The Everglades :y'ea':t Canal Point Pa ve
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Birthday Party r M
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S Irs. Leo Wroten entertained at 7 :4
: the Woman's Club building Friday : (l \5 ft6
OJ' IrM evening with a dance party hon : ...x.'"
: Jp l oring her daughter Barbara, on S 'I
c her sixteenth birthday annivers- U 0''J
ti: ary. The hostess, assisted by Mr:. 1
Duncan Padgett, had the club :
M: house beautifully decorated for the o.cM
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hi affair, making use of poinsettia q: 0..
iI-, and evergreen foliage to carry out '1iii
c, a:
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i the Christmas motiff. The centerpiece I \
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)\ at the serving table was a I I' 0.'

large birthday cake decorated with ..
CHRISTMAS red and green icing and surrounded .... tA \
with poin.eUia. At each end if !\I.:,
THOUGHT of the table wen candelabra bearing PPINE550
lighted white taper3. .
M S Guests were Helen Stokes, L'eWroten 1I

!! .THESE ARE DAYS WHEN WE ARE All IN A BIG HURRY TO GET Barbara Wilkinson. Johanna -
M ftS McKinstry. Dellona Jones

HOME, FOR THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME WHEN THE CHRIST. I. James Barnes. Billy Rawls Frank I I Ib
w: : Gillis Lorenzo, Dicky Connell.Johnson RaymonJCaruthers 1Valta m nIA \\\TISIIES\ I
WAS WREATH IS GLOWING IN THE WINDOW. WE ARE DUE J
.
a t.if Nell Hull Joan Wilson, J. ECpooner. ;1 4 :
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Cecil William: Glenn y th a
RIGHT NOW TO SAY OUR LITTLE PIECE-AN OLD REFRAIN, IT IS gM ;1
Cant Harlan Sears Jr. Clarice
1 Xason, Eddie Stanley. Barbara THOUSAND
TRUE, BUT AS WARM AND HEARTFELT AS THE FIRST TIME WE Jenkinson. Eugene tcCal1.. Gloria ..,. t1!-
Hl'nderson, Carlton IcCall, Magaret :-
EVER SAID IT- ] PO\wll. Mary Helen Hooks (, vIa sand to all our friends'
:l :f 9' )
,: Jr.Thomas. Joy Fields Dickson., Patsy Frank Creel Roze-Ile., Herbert s this Yule Season of 1946. ,jt

MERRY CHRISTMAS Walston Lee Shirle-y. Murray : a'v '
May be indeed
t1,' Wt'ek, Lois Echols Ray Hatton,, yours ff
. ,,
Bobby Baker Blanche Stevens
", .J (:J. Y'onneFra.er, wrett a\\'i1 on,, MERRY CHRISTMAS :
Joy Padg'ett. Johnny Pickett Fay 'J

c A: ::2i :: Gilbt--rt--and- Rodney--..... -Connell.-- I I {:- II

Jcl' P.\I.'II.\Kt; n.\ Qrr.T I 1
i,: The ann u a I Sunday School tjt'
4.i wards Banquet of the Palm i:
q
;t Lake Association of Baptist :I :
7; [;qP I t\j.. &,.
Churches was conducted Friday
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night in the First Baptist Church
r Gene's Barber Shop f of West Palm Beach. Ri'\ and Sadie Flower Shop Cr;
: Mrs. C. A. Moberg presented a t !

1 $ musical prog-ram. Others attend' ( Pahokee Fla.q :
,
Pahokee Fla in; were Mr. and trs. O. O. Gil- b;,
1 p ;
', hart Mr and Mrs. Claude L. :
.r Shirley. Miss Elizabeth Caraway,
I Mrs C. R. \\'roten. lrs. \\". Tillis, I't ,
a a.JIG'IGI aV aj ....
i trs. J. Chastain, Irs. F. G. Gillis i\i; ,01
v1 The group accepted a goal of at I I

;... ..... "'... .':>.::C/ I.\' awards for the ensuing-I I Il\3 "-\;;. T.' \l
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Ii Hooks Show Lot V ;
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0 cI I CHRISTMAS IS A TIME WiltS OI.n LOYAL.TIS .
Minstrels
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I WE: adulto tan learn much 1 _-0Americas- HUT HDtf.MBERJU": 1'1: WANT lur 10
from thiMrf'n-lt'am how i- Q
t our to
0 r..Jrllratf' ClaritD1rli.. Let ut eI Largest I K10W IIOW ln:1I: w E.11'Pltcitii:1ut'r: : iJi

I turn hack the clock this Christ enla Finest Colored Show '
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!ilt'3."On of 1916 antI get out e Street Parade

0 ur Chri"tIll3i all the jUl" that C]] Band Concert At Nooro ! InI II 111" WI" .1 1 }:slit IUlUl iuilI'IMAS

L children know "hen they hang
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up.
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,gloriou+ Chrip tma+. topped off
0 j White Patrons
"itla our k'rt "i..ht' lu all tlr}ou .. .
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Standard Oil CO.
i Tax Included Sears Brothers

M. I. heel Agent Canal Point J Standard OIl Product,; anal P'JlI1tu.UUl

E i Doors Open i:1);

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Page Six The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. December 20 19t6I

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Bible Class Nears be divided into group with Paul this Sunday. The teacher, Rev.
Watson and his group remaining C. A, oberg will present the les- :
Its Goal Of 200 t
intact giving the others the opportunity son. The fun exegesis will be i iginn.
of dethroning those in pos A most cordial invitation I !
One by one the enrollment of session of the crown, However, is extended to all unaffiliated men I: a
the Pahokee ten's Bible Class i iI Paul says it cannot be done. of the community and visitors to
continues to grow bringing within I The four low groups at the end attend The class meets Sundays
tight the goal of 200. The class of the contest the last Sunday in at 9:45 in Fellowship Hall on Ba-j 1 y I

at present enjoys a distinction not February will entertain the entire com Point- Road._. .. I II
Jet enjoyed by many in the fact class and their families, fish fry I
that every member of the church'is and aU that goes to make an event Ofr. and Mrs. T. L. Burns and

actively interested Announcement -: of this nature a success. Full an- daughter, Ann Rita11 leave ; I rox G
was made last Sunday by nouncement will be made Sunday. Sunday to spend Christmas with I
Membership Vice Preident Thuri i The members and friends of the her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. H. T i '

mond Knight of a new contest I class will be glad to know that a Monroe-, in :Mershon...., Ga. I
which will begin the first Sunday i special Christmas program will be
in Januarj' The class will again I presented by the Ladies Quartet Miss Nancy Steven;, student at\ SM'2choaAWI
Florida State College for Women I

-- Tallahassee, is spending the holidays I
\ ] I with her parents, Mr. andors. I
W. A. Stevens, in Pahokee. Hlw i!
I . ----- ... --- .YOU ever thought I

I ;\.f' I I Barbara \"ertommen and Sylvia of Christmas as a birthday pm-a I
mayI r Jones, pupils at Rosarian Academy -I
II \\.st Palm Beach, are spend- : birthuay party that goes all over the
ing the holidays in Pahokee with I
CHRISTMAS their parent, Mr. and Irs. A. L. I world at otiu'? That is why Christ-

I \.ertommen and )OIr, and Mrs. I I
teas: is 50 JOYOUS! Everybody is a I
DC. Elmer T. Jones II

'I'I IIIIILt' Bring YOII ---- .--- participant in this big, guoo, \\'odd- I I I

\ II Mr. and Irs. A. J. Ludeman had i
; as guests the past week her borth- wile! party, with sinu Chili w

::1 4 TIVAs Tti E JOY r rII it t: and istH-m-law, Ofr. and Ir.i. hot!

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I C. A. Vann of Miami I
(II j VIGNT aEO I .
And here we ire, on the Ere of I
:i AND GLADNESS ;' I II I
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Chritntn.enling
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I, il Week Of December 22 I! SEED CO1BRFD i

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I Phone 20 Belle Glade, Flag ii iiI Sun.-\Ion. .RITE SEEDS 1 I

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-_1'XII'IRS4L rRrcrvrc Pahokee, Fla Phone 3201 I!

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i : Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus jgjedThefri1Ve9jh1AR10RIE ;
I I I II ( n EI.I.Hrrr EXl'tH'f.\: B4.) worth, of Providence It I., and

I of aU size and varieties for B. Elliott was host to the junior his sister, Miss Gloria Bosworth,
i I RHNOlDS' BINNIE BARNESJwww Pahokl't' Methodist
boys of the
Selection. I of \\'t'st Palm llt'arh. Mr. Boworth's -
: your Sunday School at an overnight I
I parents plan to remain for
and at the Elliott
outing party
; LANDSCAPING ; a month's visit.
I Bar B Ranch near Okeechobee i

I I II': as you like it. We are organized and equipped to do Tues.Ved, II were Friday Calvin night.Padgett Those, Bill attending Hatton, I I i SOTln

i a thorough job from plans to completion of planting. I George and Jimmy Rozelle, Allen i Public notice is hereby given that
Segree, Roy Spooner, Bobby !the undersigned intends to register
I I II with the Clerk of the C1rcult Court c.fI
I : As always, you are Schroder. Johnny Rogers, Charles I Palm Dt"i'h County. Florida pursuant
Marshall, Donald Pickett and Don to St'Ct1on 865 09. Florida Statutes 19-11,
J welcome at our I the fictitious name. < I r vI y Adams. ... Furniture Store. under which I am
engaged in bustness 1n Paholttt" Flo.rida. -
! ; R.\EltlES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route \0.. 25 at I t>:uw Icluts Mr. and Irs. Bill Bosworth will H. C. COLLINS'

i City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida ffBR1Ciir haw as ChrIStmas guests his par.ents Pahokf.t' Fla.
Pat
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Dated this 6tb day of December. 1946.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E.
Pubhh Dee 6. 13. 20, 27, 1946SEIIr1NG
I; ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. Rush RRERfi

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write or l all at !
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a LANDERS o I IUIODES AI'1'IANCES.ltenue

Thu1' .- Fl'i.I "V'

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Free Pirt-up and Delivery service to Pahc.kft and Canal i
Construction Co.IiJ a Point twice wf'f'kly. Parts and Acr'ssorl for all i ii

r i makes and styles.
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fill. etc. Call u: today 1'01' price Our -1.\ : -: a '.
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December 20, 1916 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Seven
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i Iethodists Present Howes and Louise Hamilton, altos; created man upon ;it: I, even my r- Charles A. Bake: University -f ''i Talbottom, Ga. They will be

'Frank Rozelle, Jr., Donald Pad- hands, have stretched out the I Florida student, is spending the accompanied to Junction City byMr.

Christmas Cantata i gett, Edd Howell, Eddie Stanley, holidays here with his wife, Mrs. and lrs. J. T. Fuqul.t .
heavens, and aU their host have
John Hatton, Ray Hawk, Earl Dorothy Baker, and other relative -..
I commanded" tIsaiah -15:5. 121. t
Rohett O. Lampi, director will Chance and Ray Hatton, baritones ;. I and lrs. J. E. Roberts will
pm.tnt the Pahokee Methodist ; Yvonne Fraser, piano ac- The Lesson-Sermon also includes e ,... i spend Christmas with his parents

Junior Choir in a Christmas can- l'ompanist. the following passage from the Mr. and Irs. C. B. Starling are Mr. and lrs. R. E. Roberts in
.
:I Christian Science textbook, "Sci- .
tata, "The Music of Christmas, leaving this weekend to spend the Plant Cit .
hy Ira B. Wilson, in the church I C'IIUR'II OF CIIRIST ence and Health with Key to the Christmas holidays with her par- .. . _

auditorium Sunday Dec. 22. at i I SCIENTIST Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: en .,, Mr. and Irs. W. L, McGinty, I Mr. and Irs. I. S. Guthrie are
..:35 p. m. The public is cordially "IS THE UNIVERSE, INCLUDING "In Science man is the offspring in Junction City, Ga. and his par- :visiting relatives In Waycross, Ga.,
invited to attend. I MAN, EVOLVED BY ATOMIC of Spirit. The beautiful, good, '
ents, Mr. and Irs. B. M. Starling, this week,
The program is as follows! : Prologue I FORCE?" is the subject of the aM pure constitute his ancestr)'"

chair; "Holy Night" choir ; .sson-Sermon which will be read . Spirit is his primitive and ul- __ _ _h___-e
"'0 Little Town of Bethlehem," i in Churches of Christ, Scientist, timate source of beings; God is his

two-part chorus and choir; "GoodTidingJ throughout the world on Sunday. heing" ((63::5-6. 9).
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:," soprano solo, Lucille I December 22.

Rogcr-; "Glory Bt To God," two- I The Golden Text i3: "B hold. Hatton Barvickotis.
part chorus and choir: "The : the heaven and the heaven of Open Nights

Magi," boys' chorus and choir: heavens is the Lord's thy God, the Nina Rut h Barwick

"Little Lord Jesus," alto solo, JoyPadgttt I earth also, with aU that therein daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H,
: "The Living song," is t Deuteronomy 10H: ).
Barwick of Pahokt'e, and JOSlptl
choir. Among the citations which com- 'til Christmas
L. Hatton Jr., son of Mr. and \Irs.
The choir personnel incJude3 I prie the Lesson-Sei men is the fol-
Joseph L. Hatton, Sr.. also of Pahokee -
Joan I'Luty, Lucille Rogers, : lowing from the Bible! : "I am the
were married in Waycross,
Jean Wilson, Carolyn Hamilton, : Lord, and there is none else, there
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Ga. Dec. 2.
arJ1ra'rflt 'n, Joyce Fields, is no God beside me: I girded thee;, The on bride Monday is a graduate of Paho- For the benefit of late shoppers our
Loretta Wilson and Laurie Rogers, though thou hast not known me:
kee High School and both Ur. and
cbprano....; Joy Padg-ett, Helen . I have made the earth, and lrs. Hatton were students at stOl'e5"ill be open 'til 9 a. 111. every ,

I II I Palm Beach Junior College in night until Chl'is 111as.
West Palm Beach at the time of '-'

their marriage. During the war
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he was in thea'y Air Service
Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr. p for -12 months including H months

D of overseas dut)'. While in the COLLINS FURNITURE STORE :

I! Oltometrist D service he was award the Dis- '
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Eight. 'the Everglades Nen:. Canal Point, Florida Friday, December :W: 1946
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I CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AT 1 The hugo flying boat Howard Wax candles burn slowly and

- NAZARENE CHURCH Hughes is assembling in California: ''l last a long time if chilled in the
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has wingspread of 20 foot longer refrigerator several days before
PAli0KEE, FLA.
The Christmas program will be given at the Nazarene Church : than a football field. i they are lighted.TURKEY .

Sun :ay Night, December 22, 1946. i I
The program is as follows:
Irs. Lydia Nelson of Clevelan Recitation-"Th first little Speaker" . Lavance Davis, Jr.
Ohio, visited her brother AXel Recitation-" ly Wis .. .. Eileen Adams I
Jensen in Pahokee this week. She ] DriU-\\'elcome" .. Beginners : :
wa; accompanied by her daughter Recitation-"Introduction: for} Tiny Tot'. Sammy Cray
unusual RfcltatlOn-- The Babys Bl'u . .... ... . Beverly Pitts :
Verna. There :
is nothing Recitation-.A Grettin . ...... ... .. Larry Moore SHOOT
about a sister visiting a brother Song .. .. Mixed Group
but in this particular case we believe Recitation-"Catching Iother's Eye" ...... .. .. Brenda Johnson
there is a bit of unusualnes.c; Recitation-" lerr Chrislma .. ............ ..... .. Bobby Jean Spires :
attached since it was the first I Recitation-"FirEt Choice" ... ......._. .. .. .......... Brian Johnson :1 .
time that Mr. Jensen had seen his DriU-"A Birthday Cake For Jesus" ... . .. Primary !I \T THE :
sister in 52 'ears. Yes, that Rcitation-"Somebody's Birthday" _..-........ ... ... Carolyn Crosby
right, 52 To that it Recitation-"If I were Big" ... .......--........- .. Geraldine Denmark :\
years. say Recitation-.A Brighter World" ..._.. .. .. . ..... ... Talma LoweDrill'hat
was a joyful occasion is putting the Christmas Bells Ring" .._. . ...... Mixed Group ':
it mildly. Recitation-"Whose Birthday" ..._.... ..... ......... .. Myrna Gay Hess I Elks Fair Grounds
Recitation-"Tommy's Puzzle" ..... ...._.......... .. .._.., Tommy Davis
Recitation"Christmas and Every Sunday" ....... .. Jewel Brady
Classified Ads Pla 'Itt-"Sil\'er of Second Best" I
Mr3. Carrot ...................... ........ Gwen Cant i H i ON
. Evelyn I Her daughter) ....... ... .. ... Vonell Davis I
Dorothy and Nell Girl friends), Ina and Nina Russom I
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps. Christmas Spirit ...... . Sarah Jane Baker
cleaned and repaired. Phone Recitation-"Good-bye Wishes" . .. Alvin Williams
3S72, Bob Douthit, Pahok e. Ml7 Rl'citation"A 'Xouncement" .. .. Johnnie Adams : Friday & Saturday
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We invite everyone to come. : !
FOR S.II.F:: Fine display of Xew .wM- N I

and reconditioned trail:Is. Small II I The Misses Ruby -a-n and Vir- There are more than 6.000 pub- I: -
down balance like rent
payment Slates. DECEMBER 20 & 21
I ISevf'ntfive Xason'I' lie limraries in the United i
Willola
We have three lots and carry a : fTinia McClure: and I ..
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thousand doll a r 'spent Monday at the beach at I
Tomatoes and beets are outcastsin ..
stock, solve 'our'bou.cing I ---- -
\\'e surely can ) I Palm Beach.
problem Arthur Trailer Karimpur, India, where red i
Sales, East main St. Pahokee hs. Paul Rardin is spending j foods are taboo because the color : PROFITS FROM THE SHOOT I
Christmas and the holidays in I IGlennviUt suggests blood. J
Open from 10 a. m. 4o 9 p. m.
daily including Sunday. tfch >, Ga., with her parents, _._.- I I
GO TO '
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Strickland.C. :
George We.stinghouse was the
FARM LOANS from $5,000 up orwell
located, improved land and L. Wilder is home after un- inventor_of the air._pump. I: CHRIST1i:1S BASIET FUND
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I dergoing an operation at the St.Marys
cattle ranches. 4 : percent interest :
hospital in West Palm T i I e for drainage I
10 to 20 years to pa)'. Prudential purposes Iii! t tz
Insurance Company of America Beach. He is recuperating nicel)'. J should be durable.

Apply C. A. Bailey, agent, Belle
Glade, Fla. Box 216, Phone 70. tf
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rial power unit, starter and generator -
and automatic shut-off M

Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point tf

W.\XTtO: Experienced Chevrolet .:
mechanic, also body and paint t
man Permanent job. Contact

O. O. Gilbert at Christian Chevro- I .t .,,,.

Jet company in Pahokee or phone I : k -
Pahokfe 2371 or 4341. N'29ch i
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modern bungalow, 3 I *1: cip'1

bedrooms, close in, completely I '
furnished, best buy in Pahokee. WIVWWvwjw J
St'e or call Dan Carpenter, Phone / :-
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2571.I ,
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lemur IIOt'Shl in Pahokee, fmItlt'diate f! 3

possession, only $2500 .r.
large Jots Dan Carpenter, Phone 946r .".
2571. ... A
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nun: land see the New Elec-

tric Lawn Mower now on dem- r
vnstration. So easy to operate, .
you merely plug in, switch on M

motor and Whizz-the grass is cut ,. r V
regardless (If 17eight. Christian I y r
Chevrolet, rahoke?, Fla. Phone I

2311 StD13ch JOIN WITH US

Hut SALE: Singer Sewing ma-
rhint' Irs. W. p Pope, Canal
Point. Ito
Let us toss our cares out the li
nut S.\L": Former Canal Point
Woman's Club building and lots window It', Christmas! Joi

with aktract, J. S. Atkins, Pelican 94
with ulln celebrating the glori.OUi .
Lake. Fla ltp WfuW$ -

Hut S-\U:: Baby buggy in good holiday

condition Phone 3631, Pahokee.Flit \ ,-9NnJ

U"ST: Two ro)m apartment, ,I /In)1 dt4

Phone 3354. ltcI'OR I i
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SALEVarren meat case in
excellent romJition. Phone 3384 I

nut IttXT: Two 40 acre blocks I ; 0G9

plowed, disked well Maine. !
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good potato land $15 ant' H. G'I
Bdynton and Son, Phone 13l. I V d4i
Canal rt"lint. ltcFOR I a, sSi

S.\U:: Two Tl1t. International q
Track Trartor good mechanical .1 ToAIIOr ,
condition; ready for immediate -
tlt>li't'rOnt' t'amm's :''
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lUIt'r slightly used; works of ROGERS
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takeoff: If tractor: fine for !

prtpanng land for t'ttm&: celery i t .
lettuce or raN\\. One K5 International _
Make Truck: Z\O: I y i!
i:1 If1U O"e K5 Internatioral MUSIC I rbYy
tire:: NMught lp I'I'I' ,
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Farms. Phone 103. Belle GJt.t'; ,
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New, 61 hoax-power. Joe T.
l1oynton, Canal Pl'lnt. Phone 4\S1.: : daA
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yv wondering if father would ever get done ?4 The amazing popularity of r3 -Qd..:
carving the turkey. And what mince pies! tic "White Chnstmas" as a 't.lctidesong :
reached its peak last year
'' Wouldn't you like a Christmas like that iji when a poll conducted to establish

i{ this year of 19461 We hope that your ijChristmas the favorite carol of servicemen 1r
revealed that 22 per cent cf the I, t\s
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is as much like that as the votes .
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changing times will permit, and that all G written especially for the occasion I bq

the joys of the old days will abound. ,fi by Irvg Berlin, graduate of Tin I ... .
Pan Alley. I
i The birth of the song was entire-I t .. .

Iy by accident despite rumors to I .
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conception to the war. Actually, it I
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to be called "Holiday Inn" A SPECIAL TRIP

Home Town Bakery co.starring Fred Astaire and Bing I i 4
Crosby. The theme of the picture I ] '
FOR ST. NICHOLAS
was based on the holidays of the
BIG STOCK OF FRUIT CAKES iPahokee year and a song was needed to I. .l.% Cf q
represent each holiday Irving Berlin i i3
i was contracted for the composi- ; Santa is making a special. I trip this year, tJt
Fla.3 tions. The picture released in 1942.
was synonymous with our second 1 and he's coming direct to your home ,1
wartime Christmas and in that r
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year the song sold one million I laden with merry Christmas wishes Q
copies in four months. Although -
nothing is done on the part of the i 4
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W MUSIC and song and happiness everywhere t ..'.":

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Mistletoe, that distinctive Christ.
mas green so comIlon in many parts
t d America, is usually thought of as
f merely good holiday decoration or
as a creator of open season on ladies
; fair fer otherwise bashful swains.

Mistletoe did not always hold this
j: position in our lives. The Druids
+a yr h jR ";1 called it "all.heal," and thought it sl 1 aned Yulefjder
held many miraculous virtues. The
Scandilavians dedicated it to their

E l : 6 goddess of love, Friga. Probably
g this goddess of love is responsible
for the custom of kissing under the
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The Year's Biggest Day l ,:

t# The power to heal, to protect I j i
is just around the comer, and we are cb against sickness, to perform magic I
w deeds-all these and mere are the I i
all as happy as children. For this is qualities ascribed to this plant in I
legends traditions and even in an.
,$ dent histories and literature. I'j
really going to be a merry Christmas Mistletoe is a parasite, which in. ;
tests branches of various trees of '
i both hardwood and conifers, but II '
ThaI it may be especially joyous :? mainly on hardwoods. One species j

4 4 is found exclusively however on
is lie sincere wish
for you 0Monroe's / !, conifers. ,
e A.11ong the Celts and others mistletoe '
which grew from the oak was I
considered to have peculiar magical : i r
virtues not possessed by that from
, any other trees. Some even con. I I b ,
sidered it so rare as to be only cut J
; with a gold knife. It isn't always stylish to be old
Plumbing k Another old tradition Is that the a
mistletoe supplied the wood for the I
holy cross as previous to that time I fashioned, but there are times when
& Electrical Service C'( it was a forest tree but after the I
crucifixion was condemned to exist
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is only as a dwarf parasite. i I it's very genuine-and Christmas is !

Canal Point Florida Mistletoe was taken over into the I ,
Christian tradition in due course r3
of them. Yes folks wish
one we
and dedicated to the Christ Child. you
An old rhyme reads:

The mistletoe bough an old fashioned Christmas this year
a At our Christmas board
Q f Shall hang to the honor .

Of Christ our Lord. . the best one of them all!

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Edible iJlanger In

a oa aa oo oo G J Ukraine Rituals

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i"r :'U ':{fi"} 1;: In the Ukraine an elaborate I
it : bt Q Christmas Eve supper breaks a 39. I
i;J day fast during which no meat has I ,
I ;}, been eaten. Twelve courses areserved
I \. .. "); } J one for each ot the twcl'eI I

I'W..:! .__ ... ,",......I".'. ..';.;: .: _- .,. _........;.' .._:.,,,,,.'I"1.L. ..,.,,.'t-.; ... Apostles: buckwheat and mushroom I IJ
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L..:! -.t-- (:".., ... ... in the menu.
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course d honey and I IJ
J porridge is also served: called hou
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i iTO tia. the dish represents the holy iv
0twnlcftld1l I t lJl
crib: the porridge represents theI
a J I straw-as l.1 the mang'r-ar.d thea I
Hilly Infmt is symbolized by honey I
ALL OUR. FRI ENDS and fruit: te! honey is aIm ccnsid.t'fl'd -- >> -
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Of 4th Century
I chan1h mrthods fJwa,e, bat I 0;
Sl Nicholas IS popularly asscc!.
l! t1ri.tmu-aired Brneatls it all ii 0; ated with Christmas and gift.giviga !

0 the same old Iott' 01 man for his ; presumably because once during

lolL aDd hit neighbors the same Iii;J! lis: mortal existence be reportedly I r s
endowed three doerles maidtns
old dream 01 the day when peace r- I with three purses d gc1d. '3

1! oJ food will eneompaas all the J UistcricaUy-as the Archbishop ciJ a

1! earth.So. .J J M 'ra. Nicholas was :1 member cf I IJ
the council of Nicaea! In 3S :
now is that thAntku reason i;
A. D., Constantine the Great called
ul Quwmaa we grret our frkade Q; together the theologians: c.f the I

aDd swi&hLun, at to often befurr Q; Christian world 1.1 the first completeJ
general council cf the fLtre Chm.I .
I with thaI WuC'wom message of J Can church. 3IG
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eluer and good fellowship, TERRY J 1 I The ccuc1l. assembled tear Cc.

J'! ItanCcple. and presided over by the: t

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i claur.ed the flst exact efljton d
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Christian teachxg-as embodied 1:1 i
J F: the Nicene. Che -cd marks the j Christian

a D hgu.darttcod.;:'tcdrJ d Chrstanty as it sa t=. I

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J'J The statt" d Alabur.a rrodUCf fs ': r Chevrolet

the largtst amount of graphite t. JDi
PalmG1R1S'Service Station .
any.' :tatr :n toe l"mh-d state

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The Wassail bowl goes

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS- Scotland-and Year's tirr.e. \ ij' 4q1J' :
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J The origin of the custom is :;; ((3 ;.ojco. :
lost i.1 antiquity: Saxon 11
..... A., probably quaffed their ale 0.':
I polished skulls cf defeated 1c.
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s S classified as "presumably tt1c.."
QILJPPMe'b Rowena is reported to tJ
..,. ., fered her father's :.
Vortigren-a bowl of wine \\ :,;1c :
td c77/dJdaj Sti salutation "Lord King ; ro.I.;'
literally, "To Your Health."
td fit E IZR
ing the bowl with one :
tigren fell i.'l love with Y't
and they lived happily ever :j :t
y f Anyway, i.1 time the :1J
t.;[: ky s ) r.. became an ornament of ; ",:
t4 t design-decorated with 1r.
greenery which formed a
aS
over the bowl. The
was warm and included ale 5tlnas is the one great event that
! Glad thoughts i spices sweetened wine was :
I by hosts who could afford it. lj
..,. I floated on top of the cends the hounds of any. one ;.
And special wishes t times called "lamb's wool" I I ...:.
"old man's beard." The I
.a
4, classes carried a bowl : and emhmces the whole
Are happily combined I with ribbons around the c.::

t-,,?. To make this !E!r I I hood they, too begging might that enjoy it be Lie In much the same war. there tJ:1 s:i

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Christmas Greeting I i no limit or hounds to our good

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The custom of making ;;
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Q 1 The I-Ia H'hrare Store Pahokce swing throughout fJ", ':
: 1900. Newspapers carried { 11
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:.' of "at home" notices "..
'1 : .! hours daring which J
!1 ,; be received. A succession
-;,, houses" and punch bowls
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, ca _c, t. hostesses receptions '.Gj'O'.Gi.G' O''II i .It i .t: IIO'OItota
"crashed" by bibulous ; ,
hence, the publicly o)9'l
"open house" custom has
I decline and, New Year's
being exchanged only by
0] the Wassail bowl goes '

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For ua o1 I,tern. it i4 memory that.
Right now Ws time to lay

D aWe btuiaess Wet md all t malt Ul' CI"ilma.-memorie, of

D that is and
D complicated get 1 WlllIE (!OUSE the 0\] days when grandma man 0
don to simple things. A lit. The While House
i ia the Christutaa feast, and
D tle boy 011 the Boor under the in the East Room, !' aged

Ll Chriatmu tree watching his for employees.a the children. of friends: bopped in for a chat 0

L1 electric train whizz put the
We are happy to sayy that among
Ll happy faces of little girls singing -
Christmas carols, boys Cliristrnas Was 11 our most Irea.ore,1 memories are

touting down the hi1L One Time the many Chri.tulas celebrations)
Let' catch that spizitt Mer.
O The Puritans dshked we hate .rrn tom and :0. anti the
ry Christmas to you, and you. brat. m .f Christmas,
and you I IO. h'.r own celebraton frirn,I4 tre haw kept with; tip ..Ior.in. .
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Friday, December 20, 1946 The Everglades Xew Canal Point, rtorld1 - Page F1v
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'IStar' BethleliemPlzenornenon I Lions have been known to jump I II : The drafting of men for military 1 ... I
Of I as far as 20 feet, and :Iso can service was first practiced by the I II
I clear a barrier nine feet high. Romans and Persians.CHIROPRACTOR. II
of Age i _.,. I
I __ __ '_ __ __ Christmas lights shed '
The Star of Bethlehem has beet : Red is one of nature's favorite I %5'r
a glow unknown
the subject cf extensive researct I colors, and more than one-half of '
it other tim
and discussion. all the earth's flowers are some any
WEST PALM BEACH of tbe
Modern astronomers have considered shade of this color. year.
several natural phenomer- --.-- IJn. Tues. & Wed.BELLE GUm ,, The same lights

theories without attaching too much 10 loosen a glass stopper that is Thurs., Fr1 It Sat a i t a after Christmas,

weight to any such hypothesis. apt to stick, let a few drops of DR L. S. JONES t have lost their charm,

glycerin soak between stopper and Suite 30H)2) Comeau Bldg. +. 'A so, you see
\ c 'I li. reek of bottle. Phone 3650 West Palm Peach, Fla. 1 +'' it is really the
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3 / : \ CHRISTMAS this Christmas season
a aa of 1946.

ONGE AGq'N May GREETINGS 1946

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SkeptIcs regard the whale : .I'T I. )1, LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA.
as mere invention colored wIth IJr. i /
ental imagery, desIgned to hOL.j, I
Christ; and faith "cc'pb the ::0.1..1 '*i :. )011 fllld)'ollrs I I
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proclaimed the birth of Jesus 46MEPJ' iiiehkISTMP ;

The first chapter of the ;;,:,., ( .
pee according to S1. Matthrtti b,. S CIJris/lllaS/1
gins:
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'The Look of the ger.erat1ul cl I II I
Jesus Christ, the son of David: ttt PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
son d Abraham ." !
And confirming Bethlehem as thf
city of David the angel or th, J.v.. RASH LEY
Lord declared: Canal Point Iachine 'Works
.JEWELEn Belle Glad. Fla.
"For unto you is bern this day
in the city of David, a SAVIUUi CANAL POINT PIIONI; 331 P. o. BOX 466
which is CURIST the Lord" 5t GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Luke 2:n.Considering. I iff I
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formed a six.pointed star, the Stal
of Bethlehem! appropriately . . ., t ' ft ft ' ft . ', ' '. .'. ft tQ' j 'Q' } "
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. stood over where the young "" (;'\;:' '. ''. .. '.. ' ; ."" :; :\ > : rr

Child was" St. Matthew 2:9.: ,.
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Used .h Good Lurk Charm Q
Rings of mistletoe '4c
were won
aroWid the nick in Sweden to pro I ':t<:-
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LITTLE OL' SANTA ; l .,.'--
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The little 01' santa propped under
our tree . is little the worse for I cl
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wear . he's lost I
ale; and an jJI
'I-Pt .J 4 you see . arm'l'L ,,,? :r\j1
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#] rathI I i l4+ J f\RINGlttCt HOME YNE ccYe y'
/= ,I er wc are just a bit'j c. TREE
CHRISTMAS
..... nostalgIc. ) ....... .... .,
:'- Time was when ;. ..;.;.:........ cMerrji tfJ" :JI
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our santa, bright 4 --
and new, benignly welcomed Tommy l !!

and Sue . as they tiptoed .
d.wnstairs to see . their presents 1 1\1
spread beneath the tree . very
early Christmas morning. f Christmas is likely to become too prosaic to many 9
'Tho and Sue have
Tommy outgrown 2 da

their hearts their toys with. grownup. and entwined joys of us grownups, but to boyhood's eager eyes it is 9

. . that little 01' santa, propped bor.
under the tree, symbolizes Christ- : a time of preparation and expectancy . an enchanted -
mas-as Christmas ought to be . i i l
with toys for children, good will ff season when the woodland is hushed
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among men on earth Peace
dawning 4
Dorothea \\'aitzmar.n. and even ordinary tasks take on the glamor and t

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Payroll) Tax Idea vM

'l'o.cd 'Vitlt In Tampa I your Christmas of 1946 be in this spirit

IfQ
TAMPA Tampa city fathers
are toying wIth the idea of establishing -
t
a municipal tax: on pay- 1-
roll as a means of providing the I ? liQi
community wIth greater funds for ,

needed improvement. I JQ1s
Such a tL: would put some of

the burden of city operations on LET'S ALL BE HAPPY i 4
suburban resident.s and would applt' i 1s

to employer and employeealike.

St. LOU1 Philadelphia and I!. r iq-
other cities have imposed such a 1 -
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tar with a It'of 1.3 If ll't'r cent v
on the gross earrings of tndividuals If1-
and the net profits of busi- !
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ness. i F.
So :l' attorneys held that such a -
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tar: would l\t' unlXlnstltutinnal ii .
view of the provision 10 the State''i! ; .
eiln..tituti"n which prohibits the ? Ii

levy If an tn\mt'. .to.The I 1 S j-
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average pro+luetion of ,
apples 1:1 the Unites States is
tii
about t-: million bushth.
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Salute to our Fricnb a t ,ro 9

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.. knowledge, the following questions 0.'
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(,a [,; of them in order to pass. b
fag 1. Who wrote ''The Night Before i l9 4 6 t1'
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1 i}; ,;0. ....... ..:.:....'::':"' -. ;;" "" f.:.,1.tz ,;;/ 5. In what country was mistletoe
first worn around the neck to :
prevent sickness? CI GREETvosV ?
6. What does the Saxon word 1
"hae!" or "be in health" mean a
in connection with a Christmas IA;, t;
;q0ut0! 4 custom?

1. An old Christmas superstition ,. M
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starts "A warm Christmas i! eel 0 I)1 S \ ;
IDCJtth1maL . ." V a+
means How does it end?
.: ..... :1:;. ; YULET1D1 ?
. y A 8. Who is Quetzalcoatl?--- v\l '. fug
h a. '
9. What plant a thorny one, tradi r -
Merrily merrily .
tionally blooms orJy at Christ. l! j e.5
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mas time! .v aHere's 7r

.. Jolly good friends, ffGG. 10. Until her death .what song did t. WIS 1 ling that} the light I 1 (,1.
Mme. Schumann Heink always
till and g 1
and
sf. ; a grand ;y sing on Christmas Eve!- la G
'G. i.i 11. What is the literal meaning of"Christmas" ,c of the ea50n's cheer will glow ;
glorious holiday
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12. Where are the remains of Good
to you all! Sl Nicholas of M)7a burled! through all you .10, adding greatly'E


fi ft a QIngWerU :':3 3 to lOur Christmas hapl'llleSt. e..
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1. Dr. Clement C. Moore
L 2. Dicken's lOA Christmas Carol" a.: n ., 1.
ww- 11S 3. In Indian ocean, southwest cf :QpQ
Java.

t ,b 4. Irving Berlin. Cr
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g i'tcM. 6. Wassail bowl 4
7. A cold Easter.
U 8. The Aztec Indian god halt bird I
P. Holman Inc.Insecticides fl half snake who took the place I Pahokee Supply Co. ij
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of Santa Claus in Mexico in 1930. : 11"sQ ,
9. Christmas cactus

Pahokee Fla. 10. "Silent Night." Orin Bacon Pahokee, Fla qa
11. Mass of Christ v -a.;
12. The remains were stolen in 1087
by merchants and interred at
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A Volunteer Santa
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Speaks His Heart

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appointed kid on Christmas mom-
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LIIIII't one that'. why I became Santa !
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; Volunteers of America worker One need not be told it is n
plays hostess to some of the organhation's a
E ACCUMULATED MEMORIES J ;I Saatas.D Christmastime. The glowing

m "Working for the Volunteers ofd faces of friend and
;,f Christmases past and gone .ar America I've played Santa to tho y.
D sands ot youngsters during the laD at stranger alike bespeak it. [)
9ledden' your Christmas celebration 16 years I read a lot of rnlnds, too. 0
during the depression when people It gives us the same thri
this \Ve wish for D
year. plodded past Ir.y cardboard chi.D 'n'
frienr. ,
i of old to wish all our Dy
:, rey; folks are happy now and thoJ'
yeu ail the cool things for J carols, that gave them a far.awalxk and those who are still to
while war almost blacked oute
s" hich Christmas has e!W ays D Christmas Spirit mirk the.D Q become our friends

smile ad drop cc1s in he cbL.'. E
stood.Glades. .J... hey. a very !Merry Christmas D

"U's fun to have a rat i:1
J han Christmases cf s) they
J 'o\.gsters. Most c.f those l'llt I see
J come downtown with their rnc r Lend
I try to get a nod c.t arprovilbee
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I make any de.nte rron.
Q J 1 ises- '::da mike Ie the Cd.J .
"cn't ce disappc.:red.

Aviation Co. 1 "Just Ce sare, I can't tothrku.g !
..: about Ce kids I never see T. C. Richardson v
D who want dclis 'r.; dishes. drun. D Mayor
D aJ sleds, ptt.t boys. skstD .
Bill Golden Pahokee Fla.
trau.s . aril boats; whit s let -City Oi PahokcePage -
cf helpers Santa needs a Itt 11'
D to these things let to the r1it! a
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It is said that the coming year's Rain causes more damage than
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weather may be forecasted by frost before than after Christmas. v

cocking an eye at the sky during I At Christmas if meadows are I Qpl J
Christmas week Here are a few ot green, at Easter they will be coy ;O'\l
the beliefs; conflicting in many details ered with frost I 1'- S:yi
: I U windy Christmas Day, trees j CH R ST .Ind g
It the sun shines! through the apple will bear much fruit 'I'
tree on Christmas Day, there I remcmbra e fls
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will be a good crop the followingyear. ,
empty granary and barrel
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.If ice will bear a man before A green Christmas makes a fat : f,"
Christmas, it will not bear a mouse graveyard.I I .ttr. : c,'. !it:1 "
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I Thunder and lightning Christmas Easter. y
week means much snow the balance I A green Christmas is followed bya .;: C Christmas of 1945ha D
of) the winter. white Easter. M
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E"lit ROUTETAMPANational \'. tg .A.;
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Christmas Trees M i

Airlines has fj you have eVEr known.d i
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Cribs and Ceppi
submitted an application to the
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:n respective spheres ot influence, : direct air route between Tampa o' Jor
provide focal points for observances i and Columbus, Ga., and to provide. M
f the season. I additional service between Tampa J

Various legends claIm to ten the I and Tallah s9 ee and Atlanta, it i Pahokee Police Dept.
story of the first Christmas tree: was learned here this week. The f\
actually, evergreen decorations I proposed service would add Columbus g q A

were so closely associated with pagan and Atlanta to :\ationaJ'sI ,ALT IAN IORGAN, CHIEF
celebrations that they were network. .
banned by many ecclesiastics of the I -..- -- e.,.: O''J
early church. M
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Germany, in 1604: even I
then, the cry rose against heathen Irv 11 cA / .y..tc44e4Ai"
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St Francis of Assisi received
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present a tableau of the nativity

'.cene. This first crib set up at Grec. .' .. ..
do, Italy, in 1223.'as an immediato .'I'I:1 .G, .. ... ...TO.'. .,. YO. .,,, n'1,1.,,:,.. ... .' "',__'...!..,, -_. . S\1$-
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:endowed the cribs with ornate page
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to southern Europe and Catholic
countries what the tree is to Amer.

,lea and northern lands. SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS

Eighteenth century Italians were I
.fond of a fantastic decoration !
called the Ceppo. Pyramidical iD j
construction, the Ceppl were made I!
I rl1 homes and com mil'Tlriy. a
on a framework of lathes with I FAITH . fori our
transverse shelves riling to three I

overall or furr site stories of, the depending Ceppo. on the I: . farih rir tire future . faith rir metli o

The whole thing was covered ;

with colored paper, tufts, tassels I will eemallylris is tire &clenceq Rof
of good
fringes, tiny piM cones, and
digs; a manger scene was l11tt.I'
anted on the lowed
shelf "' I the Christmas season
the upper ones weft covered with I
small gifts etc; wu tapers were I
placed along the sides and a Iargi : V
gilt cone ornamented the Although
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the original designer probably I CHRISTMAS should be a trine of Joy, and we
Dlnr saw I Christmas tree
the Ceppo-alded by I little imago
nation bridges the gap betwul hope that tins Clms/mas of 19-16 will be
Christmas cribs ant trees.


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The time drawl neu ; nIl who read this I/1CSSl Qu
the birth of Chrl.
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