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Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: December 27, 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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FRIDAY

December 27.19,16. PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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i Last Rites Held


OPERATIONS RECENTI. !I 1Q !For Jack Barrett


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.,vrrwhly II Funeral St'r\.U't'." were held Sunday -
I By Paul Rardin II
I I afternoon at the liz'lle-Sim-
I on chapel In West Palm Beach for
J. w. Jark I Barn'tt who died at
hope you had as nice a Christmas i
as I did. I don't know of a I I the home of hIS i..tt'r.in.law, Irs.
finer wish for my friends. And I .' ELI Forbes in West Palm Beach
for a New Ytar'sish, I hop that 'on Friday. Mr.t Barn'tt had ken

194. treats you as goof as 1946trfated iU for many month but his con-
mr. edition became serious about three

--.- . months
h i r fi ,r+ w YS., 3j:0.
i The funeral was held at Mizelle-
Banquet Is Held Simon chapel in Wet Palm Beach

I: with the Christian Science Church

For Blue Devils I. in charge. Burial was made in
Memorial Park cemetery with the

!, Masonic lodg, in charge of theobSOQttie
The annual football banquet f'f'' :.

Coach Clyd All'ts Blue Devil I 4N' Mr .Barrett was 57 years oM at

quad was held under the auspices the time of his death and had

of the Pahokrr School in the Baptist C lived in the Lake Region since

Fellowship Hall on Thursday ,1919 when he came here from Mi-

night of last week with Paul !ami. 1If' married Miss Edna
;
Rardin acting as master of l'trr.1monit' 1 4t ,Thomas on April 10. W20. On May
I j" 1927 he and J. V. Thomas formed -
I the Thomas and Barrett company .
ward of sweaters with letters '
and became di..tributors for
were made to members 'If the 4 A
Gulf Oil Products This .
Mr I partnership
team who played 20 or more
quarters out of a ptls'-Iblt.: 40 dur- t; wa! still operating at the
# W'r tin of Mr. Barf(U's death.Mr .
tng the 1116 season. Whitt' S\Hat.
Buft.tt charter memter -
wa 3
ers with blue letters wer; recetvedby
of the Pahokf'f' Masonic last e
the following players who graduate
and St'r\.H! three timer all its
in the spring or wIll bl' unable -
I mastc lh. cho.c.inn
t 'hlpful was
to play next year bt'I'au t' .If
age: Guard J. 1-:. Spooner. End "" times tCI serve as worthy patron -
f r.'!/ F 7p f of the Order of Eastern Star
James L\thun, End Harry Frrml1.
II", charter member of the
was a
Halfback Rodney Connell, C'nlt'
..r1'1947A I'ahokt't' Rotary club and at all
William 11'eathers Quarterback
11'ilhur Geiger, Fullback Thoma I! tmf'S'BB an ardent supporter of
Dickson. Tackle Milton Sah.atort'and Year for Pulling Together tthlrtiu in thl' Pahokte high

'Ichoo1.' Bark In the early twenties -
Back: Otit Noland. Blue sweaters
when Conn..r' was
highway
wIth white hItters were received t'1" shortage and high cost of
by the following undergraduate Lease Expires OnP.0.InPahokee building material make It t.xtn'mdy Ia'key Buys Fred under construction, hl" was the the
fIrst man hired locally and
players: Guard John ickersol1 Packinghouse
unlikely that such a bullllr.g last one to resign when the construction -
Ogle. Guam Bobby Baker, 1acklt'
James Sims. Back Floyd I't"acock :{ : WIll actually bbl1t\! In the In Canal Point job was tmlsht'd.

Center Fred Danit'J, End JamesScott wry near future and the Post _ I lie was a member flf the Pahokee -

Halfback Frank Glli and Office Department IS willing to Announcement was made yesterday Post Ilf the American I.e'gioo
T ,' lease d1 the present -
Tackle IA't' Vroten.A quarters lease suitable quarter for 3, long to the effect that Robert a member of lake Worth CornFistor
occupied bv the Pahokt Post '! ten tt'rrn. has and a ShrinerB
review of the history ot foot- I as a year May k y of PahokN' purchased .
tall at Patokt't' High School since Office expires Sept. 30, 1947, and ; - -.- -- the Fred Il1ckl'rson Packing house ---- -.- --

the: organization of Hw first team \:1 adwrtl't'rnt"nt fur proposals to Private License To i: In Canal Point from Mr Hu.ktr- Elliott Speaks
In HI3 way given by 1tr. Rudin lease new Post Office quarters has : ion The sale puce was nt mad
and the excellent record made by ltt'fn fltli-ted. I Flying Students : puNIc.tr. To Pahnkec Rotarians

the 1946 Blue Devil team was The Department is asking for HJcktl'iOn plan to dn a
summarized l"L"tar.t Coach rr0pab to lease qU3rtrr.. wltn' BIll nflldf'n 'If the Gladt' AVIatIOn little farnl1!:g; but ht IS of the State n"rJrf"M'litdh\'f" B Elliott

Lt'\wU Garrison. a floor space r.f from IS00 to company in Pahlkrt' announces IIPUUO 1 that: he has been in the wa J.nf'I': sflf'akt-r at he weekly
Preceding the dinner the guests 2t100 feet for periods of t'ltht'r that thrt'!. of hl" students packl'i: h (111 s f' huiness long meeting fit the Pokt'f Ptotarp

sang Christmas carols with Rev.t five n ten Yt'ars. with or without have been granted private flying enough. 11r hu operated thepacking club yesterday Mr Elliott discussed -

.\. Mot4'rg I\t the piano. Cycle utilities furnished.Propoyals . license. They are: Howard Hol- house successfully for proposed legislation before
Tom l'amphdl. unofficial Blue .,ouJJ lit' submitted man Albert Cowart and Thomas man years and hag a wide circle the Rotf'S. In tL speech the 10-
nerd counselor. who was celebrat- on 'r before January 25. 194'. and B.11J""in. A group of students of fri nd.. who will regret: to learn :cal lawmaker pouted out several

1::: hL., birthday anniversary, was should be addre'd to Mr. M. R : made: their first solo flights last that hE" is retiring from that bustMr. proposed acts which mayor may
given special( recognition \1d pre"ented Irpn. Past Office Inspectnr. Wtfk. They l\rt. M M. rndl' H, r.t.-!. not to enacted" into law at tU
with a gift. Jacksonville! 1. F1a. Further details C' Cunningham. John Lacey. Wal't Iarkty iJ well and favorable forthcoming session bed the Wt-

Banquet arranJtmtntwrt' un- recardirg rile (1f tr.lldnJ Barnes-. J. Fra ur.., Jack known over the t'r.t1rt' lake stature"
.It'!' the direction of Miss Constance wanted location ftr. may also tit" I 1t1. It'v R. S. Balr Ht' WaUH'f IRegion I and has I host of friends \1.\lto11 were Slick Rirthmu..
Smith and trs. G. C. Me.arty obtained by wntlr to lrspeetnrMorgan. : Bob BU/'t.t'J./ Lester Clark and who will be: happy to know that BUll Grarrger and Little Dot VaA-

!. The dinner was served by finch F'ra.urt. : he 1.to operate a house of his L.aridiagham f.r Belt. Glade andS
g.rls rf the high school home ceoomacs It 11 possdie that ,ome people -.- -- ow-fl in he future For the pout P... Rafsndr and Rev tlnaeq

d3l-S approximately ;0 will to rtluctar.t tl'\ offer to tease Mr and Mrs Don hillier have I tw years t.f': has: been operating of O tffhrl.f-f': _
.,:uub new quarters for the Pat Office u holiday guests their daughters. at the state marktt. Mr acjf'y --- -- --

---r.llss . due to the tact that a new Ftd- Miss Donna Hiller student at :said that he expects tn hsndie 1fr. and Mrs Jerk Pilltpa han

Frances Howell i5 spend- oral building has teen approved otHrdt &hc.J ad Ma; TtII !- :produce far the small farmers andiwif I U ooUday glesta his mother In.IJ. .

ing the tCll1Jns with her mother for rstC'kft, 1cweHf etirrentGoverment tr.l hither, who is tudyuJ art totMla j d9 his du level test to get C rtll1: @, Waudul&, IrA bUb.

Mrs. W A. Nowell .1n r.thoktt. trc.ccy pti,licy. ana o:1. for them ttt"try but rrxu .' Jlfr. G 1t. Phtlllpe. :--I.pa



Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. December 2.. 1916
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THE EVERGLADES NEWTS


Serving the Lake Okee-chobee Farming Region

E5talJiihed 1)2.1) Published Every Frida,
l E,1iici
uti 4
Subscription; P&ic S2.Cn Year In .Adrar.ce 0 9 Zng
There: is a saline. ., ; perhaps: ,! is a
The Eve:glad.o: Sew, Is Entered at the Post Olfice : tchich goes something like this, 1Ceve

In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Iatter. F come a long ways to ether.."

Paul Hardin Editor and Publi her That's the war we like to think about this
community. Certainly the farmer bankers,

Yarning To Farmers professional men, merchants, and this news.pJp .

The r. S. agriculture department's bureau of agricultural r-with its subscribers and advertisers

economiC: : ha hoi4etl a storm warning which American have come a lone ways togl'lh r. .\Ild we're

farmers cannot afford to hmore. This i is no time to buy going; on-together-to a greater )ear in

farm lanI( says the bureau, and it goes on to tell why not, 1917 than we\e ever known before.

in statistics of dire implication. I/ii
It may be ::1 good thine, as some maintain
,
Farm land values went up another 1-1 per cent during \
and take stock
to the
at end of
stop
:1: ,
the year ending lat XO\ 1, and they are now only 11 percent I I" year
: below the 19'20! {) peak In 15 states they have more than to review, to analyze, and to resole greater

doubled since the 1J:1! : ) : !) period md in 11 others they have I I accomplishments in the New Year. But it's

reached :1 point 7.i) per cent above what they were less than I I never good to look back too long or too

10 years ago. IlJrJ. Bather it is well to remember only the

This means, as Secretary of Agriculture .enderion point best, forget the worst, md look confidently

out, that unless the brakes are fat applied to credit buying ahead.

farmers are in fur another land crash such as struck them "
We renew our pledge to you of service md
din 1.,22-l.!, : This time the low may he oven more severe, -
for more people have gone into debt to purchase farm in ,N cooperation. We reaffirm our faith and con.

each of the last four years than in any other sear since fidence in the community. We continue our

1920.!) Farm mortgages went up an additional SSO million warmth of feeling for all our friends and

in the first six months of l.1G!) with the result that the pJtrons.

total llehtednes of Am iran farms stands at S:>
now \ \ And we wish each one of you, md all of

hillion. I \\ \ \ )'OU,
Farmers now enjoying good income:' would do weB to \ '

follow Secretary Anderon'oj advice by putting a little away li 'ti !

for the rainy day when crop prices:' will come llown-aml ,, t 1\ IRPPITOO NEWT YEAR

the value of the Ihlitiontl land they covet will :slide pro- i' lil 'I
\
pol'tionah'h-tlHl by using: excess money to retire debt l kt ii !' +' i

and, t ;ial'c worn-out f'quh nwnt.-Fort flyers News Press.T : ... -
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"\uti!' St l and ohjt'dol1 IS tlt! I :I il't' !'It.-. I'll lanaI !1't'Jt1d.I"
( () j For .J Jets :1mld ml'all tat the cu,:-ot uihnldiil : r .:, :1.1 .1:, I euitutrats and \-"t..

\11 :\\'iation engine!' has suggester that jPt-t'Opellpd LATETOi, ; pr .mar elections would :tih nlI: rats: when they are n..t
COl lmercial tr'd'Ol't"! :a\' not ready for the public largely !i !It\'t': tn he met by :1 disguised tax, t'rl1m'lats. Seth piaetice; \'. :!!
i is for flyin CLASSIFY .xhorhitant qualification fee or bring about the destruction of ti'
!JelUse the Plijic) nnt ready jl't.pl'Opelled
hy C'ontribulionit. In South Caralino Part '. Su far as 1 am 'nn"t'J ::1. .t i
"J ; iI' n \\'. the' engineer say,, nobody knoif you
I By P.ussCil KIY; I the Ptr u" ratio Party hay no no price is too great tll pay tprestrve I
can fl,' a passenger :It )00;) miles :1I1 hoar' Iilitm)' pilot, ;
'" -I IMy I rnuhlt financing primarif's. Ceorda our birthright. tr.d toe
aircltft. have 'foUlU) that flying at tiO0mil'
flyin jl'HII'o.rlbl
} good friend Senator !la- and Texa; haw for many ideals principles and traditions \\\'
] hour in rough air heat the inside of your ..
m
up !h'wi' of Iad\Stln\'i1It' 't'pht" to my yars, I see no reason why Florida leatntd around o'ir mnt:;t.i
.
'
tmll'h) recent column with a lengthy I cannot do so You overlook the lint ... 0. 1\. .It.hn. I tll"'tl It I
Perhaps) the real difficulty lies in the fact that jet pro.plllsion state'ntnt of his position which : fart that teen under state ('on- mn' tout aIt'I' with what you ".\'.

) has cone along too late in om' e\'olutionH'Y }period I1t' asks that I release. but says ht' : trot candidates are assessed! 5 percent I..lt I II.1 f. ntl Y'I! lHh' tll say' :t
of training for its rig-or If it had emerged: at the end of "Imows I won't You're wrong : of one year's salary which iILet --- --

our ;tern apprenticeship ill hUl'kboll'Il wagons: and )lolel'l"s again. St'nator I am glad to aI-I) input to defray election- Railroads Sel'li 'l'oIaaiSe
011 l'unillro)' roul", Wl' p\'Ohahl 'ouM have taken "ough th nigh in order to meet space requirements pt"nst' If divorced from the stat
aerial Sneed) in our strillt' It's the 'uhionin!! prin!' and I'U h3to edit your : the t mire as ssmt"nt would J"u to Pidi-PI) Price

the lnnoth hirthlwy that have complicated matter .-Fort manuscript a bit, but I mIl earntry I the part for defraying election
c try to include the meat of it expen5C. TALLAIiASSFF ApJlint 11111
:Met:, XPre ,
and I leave it to your judjement I for an inrrea-N in rates for Il', k.
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whether I have been fair in the question! up and dtliverv service of torailroaI ,.
( pl. and frs. J. W.'onl!. Lake Mr. and trs. Alvin Armstrong, handling I ual financing might lead to dndividual c st'r'ing Miami and F..,.'

Worth, spent Christmas day with Miami: are visiting hiparents.. The Senator SlVS' "Your (01.I I control of rl'tion For Laudertialr will be the> subject IIf t
his part'nts. Mr. awl trs. B. W, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong. umn commenting on my suggest- i as lone as I ran remember hothn..puhlinC'an ,. public hearing by the Florida Rt.l:
Wood in i'ahokee.Mrs. and hth.'r relatives in P3h'l(t't" and Democratic !
ion th,1t the primaries' ht divorced part- road Commission in Jacksonville'January

---- _e- : this week.-_...._ from state rO1trol and state finandm I ie- haw raised funds bV contri- I.
:. offers three ohjt'rtion : button and it has never been harked I C'haitman Eugene S 1tatthw..
11 1 M. tdntosh and rhild
I
It Constahle
trs. L. Hf St.
i contrary to announced t'!. It
which i hall fndNn.nllr to answer'for upon as puhlLpolicy nf thin commission
ren, J'nnv and \nnt'UI', left for !
I't.ft.rshllrgarri't'd Thur-t1ty I f1 that an open frank dist or repreher :hIe." L'y what the Florida Fast (bast and t.t'f''o'ml
ThurStly for a visit with her .
a visit with her hrotht"r-in-Iaw and ,
nnn! flf pllhlir questions is important I e"er n1l 'm': 0', r1)l nl-' is rai.e l Tdo Air Lint railroads t tyappfircl '
mother, frs. fathis, in Panama 'i
sistt'r. Mr. and Mrs. II .J. Clause .
and that if the public I not feel the !uric" ton high in for inerea-ed! rate'uit'ki : ,"
City. : : I'ahlkt't' I II ht.ntstly given conflicting opinion i order to prevent (untcitlP: t1itatflr. :,' and tte'livery spn'j. : .t'

they will :'rriat the truth and I II. n""munist CIO-PAf' and otl' Miami and Fort L."dprtal. The
I I
i Ii II SItr the right thing. I pre: from infiltrating into the rairmtilli: also hay' asked that O' 1-
{I "It i is natural for those willing I Ifll part and (lestmping it. bin Ipss-than-rarln.1d rnmm+uuhtyrates !
tr the \efiToes, let. controlled "Your third objection i-, it between Jacksonville :sn'I
and dlf'tNl by outside tJitators"tll would remove all governmental Miami Oania and Fort Ltud"rd.t! .

Dog Racing : have a hand in choosing the I II"ndidatf's sanctions. against fraud and dis- bP ranrt'Uf'd. Shipping intent oj

for whom they Will honf'"t ,. hut challenged: this request a' ii.
\.t" in the general elections, to "Fraud and dishonesty!' have awaes )- it aho will tlf' a ubjt.'f't of t 'j.

'rnrld's Fastest Greyhounds fml fault with the effort to aho1h !! h-'f'n reprehensible in the hearing.
. ;- the laws which give the I minds of tfnt J'lf'oplf' The doors I The commission will convene i 11I
Nrgrn- that pri\'i!(>It'. It woultlo.'NIt of the rourt art open to prevent I the hotel Roosevelt in Jaekc"r '
:- logical that anyone who our : fraud or dishonesty whether ('ondt'mnf't I yule on January 1. At 2 o'rlo;k in

Begins January 2 : j. ('1.4 to the plan for retaining''! byt utory' laws or not the afternoon_for _this. .,hearing.
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W att' primaries ,would offer a hett My prrpt"i al would include the !
r pLan. For my part. I am up- most stringent 'laws against fraud i nx'.: nmu: ('1.\"

at the p tied to thr Negroes determining, and dishanesty! in conducting the
1'1't:. r hy\: majority or by affa:J or elections in any v+duntan I This Sunday morning. Mf'm'"t.-
.. o.t' power who my general election asix'iation whether Segrn. hip Vice President Thurnitu' 1
(:.mnmnL\. Democratic. Knight will the naY ;
Palm Beach t tr: !:dates will hr. ; puhliran or announce
"!t i is easy to say tI".t Negroes lof the group raptain of the p.thokf't'
.... :!: ,:. .t take part in tatf>-rontr"lIl.t "f'onsidf'rin the fa e t that Mpn'i Bible (lass' for .
primary electit ns. They i Churches club= and fraternal or- contest which will begin Jar':'I!'

Kennel Club 0I;.! ".1 ml voted al l a .it and 1.0 : t:anizations conduct their affairs 15th, This Sunday the Irma (I", t' -
.
.!:r..t in the first primary In wthOllt fraud and! dishonp.'itv. it tptil1 sing. All unaffiliated '. .
wh.H1t'! bad the opportrinity.I 1 seems strange to assume that the and visitnrs are most rnrtfi.'J\(
.,' I held! the balance power Democratic Party I'ollld Mt tio snTt vitf"'! tn Rtfpn.Th r, r rJ . '
,' Wf' are iO low in mortality that !':'Jr.tJat U 1r, in Fellow '
!Hn() JIITS{ ; OF IzA'ING; :e ra ec decided in tht'se pn-
:. irt: '; I haw r.o doubt that they n. cannot conduct our affairs on Darf'm Pint Road
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( nightly except Sunday 1 '.ult.:l! ""Pr1ir.h' to do 50 if the laps without fraud anti dlshoD"3t. we ,: e '"
40 not deserve to exist al a party P J1Ip P P.trl' r .
'! \If a; they are. ant in in- RJrt :
'. icr? l1mh"rc It IS absurd to think that the pass- \"pmrJn. S ti was the : .' -
Y"'jtatt' n.\ plan would place of nf'W laws or the retertior: : Mr anti lTr' R \\' W
.. of Ian that :(r.'hriltma dry
present can prevent
: I I '1h.!! 'n rltP hardy of pr'"vt -
Daily I nuhlp 2nd \ :; I'd Dace !\I'", '1"? h,'yend! h.' f1on.t! men in pohtif'* m hL"I-t I I e- -
. "f t'ie' per.tpP! Th:: has noti r.es (IrrW: other walk or lfp wllntlmv : Mr an! fr. .J,, !". We' f' :
,.r ... ., to tW' dAhon."t rp2'lud- t'"n Ha\'ar i (.;hv ar" .':.i' "
Ten Ouinil\ila Races : t. hash ry ofhl'lt.arv a-
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," ,,,;; IH: K\\'tr.c.: H ''are '..c ..f ..tat't: : .- rv nrmq t 1.-" '' ,4ey (I! M.. .\A Mrs Ulfo ../.
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Fnday. December 25.194+; The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Thre1IIesFodists

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Enjoy B.1PTIsT cnrnen !Young Cuban Artist I Iturbis at the Juilliard School j rmatilla where they gave -a

i Eecause of the many reque.'t of Music.Mr. : Christmas party for their grand-

Chr Et11aS Party that have come to the church of- Will Give Concert --- : daughter Charleen Adams. who Ls I

::.: the Pahokee Baptist Ladies ---- I ITA and Mrs. J. H. 1Vilkinson a polio patient at the Elks hospItal -
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Children of all departments of Quartet will sing Sunday morning IPA-On tof F1orida's most I Ii Sr., and family pent Sunday i:1 I for crippled children.

t'e Pahokef' Method t Church r.d night "If We Never Meet i promising YOUJ1g artists, Miss I II

Ag-ain:' At the morning service I Adda Hernandez Tampa concert -
drool tYk in Christmas : -.
part a the pastor Rev C .\. Ioberg will I pianist. will face her severest test - -- .

pn nrsm presented in the: church'' preach on "After Christmas.What? on February 21 when ::he will playa

auaitorium Monday night under The night service will begin at :, concert at Washington sponsored -

the direction of Mrs. II C Gra- i i:30 with the pastor preaching on by the Cuban Embassy. Earnest Lewis & Smith

ram After the program treats I 1"1E' Judgement of Works" using Miss Hernandez who made her
and gifts were distributed bY San- th chart "Rig-hUy Dividing the ,
'I debut in Tampa nearly two years
ta Claw to the youngsters at the '
Word of Truth:
won the acclaim of Cuban
annual Christmas party : --... ago TTon KEYS AT L'v
music critics in a recent Havana
Later in the evening an mat- I
New Vet Bureau concert sponsored by the Lycumi
door party and wiener roast wa rest Palm Beach Fla.
Lawn antI Tennis Club, foremost ,
enjoyed by members of the Senior Open In Belle Glade i ,
I music association in the capital of
tYO' in the church park On ,
i the Island R'public announce the a :ociation ,with
Tth'It:1ni! ht. Christmas eve
?
the Senior IYF, under the sponmrsh A new Veterans Service Belle Glade office It was after this appearance them of
has been in.-tall'd in
That
"ip Ilf Mrs. Yt-h'a Elliott, and ; Cuban Ambassador Pro Guillermo -
IYF, under the : at Ue State Employment offices Belt invited her to present
Intermediate
the sponsorship of Jack Phillips rod I in the Sanders buildingfrs.. A.D. I the Washington concert which ht' Mr. Robert Bruce Jones
Arnold 1 has been appointed \"et- WIll ,
Christ- : sponsor.Miss
through the .trf''ts singing
trans Service officer for the new
ma" carol Hernantlez, who will wed
Mr. and Mrs. Fl. F., Bishop and office which will tJt\ open everyday \ Cesar Gonzmart accomplished'violinist formerly A ss't Division Counsel, for
IIf the week x'ept Sunday i
rhidn.n! of W5t Palm Brach on December 21, plan:
to serve veterans in the vicinity of the Ea tel'n Division Bureau of In-
spent Christmas with her father, ; to return to Cuba after the Washington
B. !!e Glade. South Ray antI Lake I
Frank Friend and family in Pa- concert to play a recital
ternal Re Pitt
Pal
Harbor 'enue bln'g
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hokee.Mr. and to appear with the Ha'anaI
Mott for operation of the
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-- I Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
\'teran' bureau in the county
and )Ir. Vance Denton of I in March as soloist. In hl-r penfessional To in thc of Federal
.. comes from the county, according engage handling
College Station Texa are spending i debut in Tampa nearly
Paul Rardin.
tft County Commissioner
the holidays in Pahokt with two years ago she demonstrated Tax matters
: Another bureau has been in
their part'nt Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. an ability to play with rare techrical -
mtif.n in Pahck\ for mor':'
PfntOI1. anti her Parents Mr. and liP skil land mature emotional
with Catllle! Jones in
than a year
Irs. O. P C'ar'penter. (>xpre sion, She studied under the
lharge. r..1rllin and ether mt'm-

t...1':: IIf county commission framed .

- T ___I: the' Pt''ial law which allows:

for ''t"atifm to raise not nlOr.iI1 .-

: S2tIOO p"r y'ar to carry on

Prince Theatre n'h-ran. work in the rounty

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Pahokee, Florida Woman's Club has i

Christmas Party
\Veek Of Iecemher 22 I II W

It.dl'' rs! of th,' Pahokfot' \\'nm-
a-'s Clllh held their annual Chriotma" J\\ b-'b

program and party at a : .. : '.

Sun.-Jlon. I I:mdc.on meeting in the clubhouse iD-

on Tuesday of
Th anti !11 lastWt.k'l' ii
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-r'td tf.ud : + 'g--'I.:t'nts were under the tlilreI -

& : I t'tn: of Mrs. C. T 1I0we. public I
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( welfare chairman and Mrs. \". 1..1
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--v Cuy Geurt 1'. conservation committee'chairman i

McGuire and Madison .' 'I : assisted bj' Irs. Lewis

Robert Mitchum Bill I Friend.Valarie.
Williams \ \
i Geiger sang "Away in v _
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tiTurn 1.11t. i m6'&M'la Padea J<*na,Sln4s
by
ran fll4Ml .ADas ktw) taaDiu I the Manger; arcompanrd' .
aca... DonwITl'.k.o."".......a. Panic! 1I0we A tlllet "0 Holy

I Night: :' was sung hy the Misses

,I lichen 1I0wes and Laurie Rogers, .- ill
accompanied hy Miss Louis lIamIlton. 'I

Tues.Ved.. Mrs. Frances Moose gave:

a f'alling. "Gifts of the Magi"MN ;1 ::1/i./ -M

T S. Kirk waswlron1rfl

ns ::1 new mt'mht.'r Gift.. were J J Jj.l r II ,

t'x.'htnc, Ii from a decorated trf(".

i It \\1" a1nollnft'd that a husin's.hm.'h.'lIn .?

will ht' held on Jan. H v .'"
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EIEE LMrlYar6UI90E CrhIY&Mrl'liul' Circle Meets In ''l'A f S 'IU

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Irs. 11. J. :\ntlt'rson and )trs.I 'V.i'3 .
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L- Fl'i.t I J. \'. 1110mas Wt'ft' hostesses tomemlers n. ?
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;;t'.tt.. Christmas party held Tuesday ?
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\ ODnuhle \\ "n by Pot'\ C T.1lowes and 11'9. ,
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.'rn':! a d..oratt'd tree. The ii r fri.I J

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f' member the many beautiful '1 1; t' '
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tI.rill offerings and the thoughtful' 1

31.ts'hlt'h seemed to make our'hurden

a t U l'day lighter. May Goj's n 'h. Ii

st Flemings rest upon farh and ,

"Gar Cavalier"IittillaiP "\', ry one of you : As rapidly as we get materials,

llr. J. W. Barrett3Is. i

: I IWI.\\II. )1.\1:IIIm \ Ed Forbt-s : w new customers get service.

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
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Friday December 2i, 19t6


This Week's Personalities Dog Racing Starts ClllaTJl.15 The PROGRAM Watson Approves Two
largest attendance in the
In 'VPB January 2 histoQ' of the Pahokee Baptist Bonds For State Job

I S unday School program pre nta-

Dog racing at the Palm Beach ions was the joy of the school TALLAHASSEE -
Attorney
Kennel Club, which is located in last Sunday night. Thanks to the
Nest Palm Beach will get under building of Fellowship Hall. the General Watson last week approved -

way January 2. Schooling of the situation was accommodated in the surety bonds of both Cl1r-

450 greyhounds now at the track comfort. It was voted unaDimousIy voce 1f. Gay and State Senator

will begin December 26. Under to use the offering towards the Edwin G. Fraser, who both claim

the laws of the Florida State Racing purchase of a movie projector for the State comptrollership.

Commission, every dog at the the future program of visual eduation. Earlier this month, \ratson de-

tr track must be schooled officially c clined to approve Gay' bond until

twice before it is permitted to -. the Supreme Court had declared

t, '' enter an official rare. Lake County High him entitled to the office Ht' said
%. ; ; The state racing commission then he would not approFra-
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has a rule which bars minors. In Number Of rotes :"t'r's band either under similiar

M } Adults however are admitted free circumstances hut indicated he

to the schooling rares. During LEESBt'RG -F1orida's leading would consider approving the sureties -

JjN the W night season ten races will palitical figures will meet in Lees- if Gay and Fraser wanted his

he staged nightly beginning each b urg ,Dceemlx>r ZS, to pay tribute signature as .3 precedent to court
zy I night at 8:15 o'clock. Daily to Lake County for its rl'cord'ot action.

1, y n A"w i Doubles and qUinieilas will be the in the November general dection Governor Caldwell has: appointed .

.! I feature of the nightly raring.I Lake County led Florida voting Gay to fill the unexpired term
I General Manager H. Phil Bryan 142 per cent of its i.600 registered of the late J. M. Lt.'l' however,

HIt; 1y announced that practically his I Dt'mocratic.otefS.. In second Fra t'r claims the office by right

j i"ntire staff of officials will be : place was Dade County with 41I of f"lt'rtion. The Governor hogi;

Ac ; hark again this S'ason Leo Hartyyell I per cent. the Senator is ineligible for the

\ will be the presiding judge The tribute to Lake County will position because hI' i is 3 member

and Frank Sheen the associate .; take playa at a public! I.linnt'r at of the legislature wliieh raised tht'CmptrlIt'r's

iud e. Vincent Oak mith is the the recreation crntt'r' Among the salary.NOTIE ,
timer while Frank Hartwell is the i I speakers will bl' United Statt's

ral'mgecretary.. H. M. Gibson Senator Claude Pepper and Spes. ,
I, the manager of the mutuel de- sard L. Hol1and. Governor Caldwell : TO ( STlt\CTOH

partment. and all r.1(1mht'rs of his eabi The City Council of Pahokl'e

-. net all of the Florida Congress- will receive bid, up to S p. m. enDec.

YS Ht'\ and Irs. C. A. Ioberg- 'I men, J. L. Idlunt'n of Live Ooak, :24, 19Hi, for one mechanical

have as guests through the holi- : president of the Florida Young hoist and dump body for a garbage -

: .A days hid brother.in.law and sister, Democrats, and other State and truck, said body to be

: Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Richardson, II National figures. mounted on a chassis already

and children, Evelyn Jane and Edmund -o- owned by the City of Pahokee.d .

of Brooklyn X. Y.: Dr. and j Mr. and,} \Irs. Paul IVatsnn an The council reserves the right to
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Mrs. c. F. \\'allt'r of Miami and rhHrf'n! are visiting relatives i ini reject any and aU bids.
bows
PAHOKEE HIGH TIRFESOMF' We have three
mi't'fl lip in this w't.k' pcr.11ahty picture. Since :all of them are trs. Minnie Riet 1 fllon of Brooklyn I i Georgia this weekend. I Dated this 5th day of December,
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pr It re': !kno.vn to Ue folks 11 the Lake Region we won't ttht X. Y.
to ay a lut abut thelll. '1he chap on the left IS Lewd I Gunson. I --... II Ii..s Ora Fay CranforJ, snider City Council of P.\hokl't',

as istant coach of the Pahokee high school Blue Devils. The fellow Mrs. C. T. Bowes entertained at at the l"niwrsitof Miami, i iso Pahokt'l" Fla.Correct .

in the middle I ; none other than Dl'n'1i; CaudAll principal of Paha- her home Sunday evening with a visiting her mother. :\lr s. nesi I attest:

key high school, the gent who keeps things well under control at I patty honoring her husband, Rev I ('ranford. in Pahokt't' through the 11'. p"alkl'r, City Clerk.
tha ir."titlltipn of learning. The fellow on the right IS Clyde Alley,
-C. T. Hoon his birthday anniversary. : :toliJays.I Pub: Dl'C. 6, 13, 30, 1916.
coach IIf the t'anukee Blue: Denis
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Youth Choir were invited II I
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'\Tat tenlargcr- : 7 I !:11t. tS. The hostess was assisted
> ; :n the seryirg of refreshments to

Barfield ; 30 hy lrs. Duncan Padg,,tt.

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Miss I... e. Ii
Fay field daughter ofMr ,rr.- \t1&I1 to
anal! trs. Charles A. 11arfieldof 5

Canal Point. anti ltohert \Vat.tenharger Classified Ads
%!r. and -Irs. Claude S. June ofPlhokt'c 0 you and yours
: sin of lrs. L.1ura 1Vattrnarger -
announce the bath of a
of'est Palm Beach, Q a cordial SH..tinglIr
I son, Claude Sidney Jr.. at StJ1ary's .
were married in Folkston, Ga., on EI'TI(' tanks and grease traps
I Hospital IVe.t Palm for till'1' r"tlr,
Thllrsct.t'('. 19.'os for the I cleaned and repaired. Phone .
Beacli on Dec 22.lr. d
double ring ceremony were read 13Si2, Bob Douthit, Pahokl't. U.C .\1(1)' it III' lill'd
and '-lr G. H. Mills of Can I
hv Ite\ A .M. Depe\\, pastor of
the Riverside Christian Church, ''al Point announce the birth of a : "Olt S.\U: Fine display of New to urer/lowing with 1111'JIi
Jacksonville. daughter, Lena Ernestinl'. at the ; and reconditioned trailers Small .1 o

The hI hIt' wore an ire.hlue :ilk 'II Everglades Memorial Hospital on 'I down payment balance like rE'nt.'WE' Lly-saings 0I you m nuuhew
Dec. 13.Mr. have three lot and carry a I
street-length dress with (
crepe
I .I'sr and uliich
black: :accessories and a corsage of and Mrs Jack O. Johnson o1G f i I Seventy-five thousand dollar s I lJear )11"i.

lrrhhl. "Irs. A. M. Dt'pt'\\, Jacksonville. I,I lle Glade announce the birth of I stock, we surely can solve your C\\'li' l richly .I'sf'rl"i'.

wa matron of honor and a daughter, Iris Iurray at the I housing problem Arthur Trailer I.'
James L. 11'attenharger, brother Everglades Memorial Hospital on I Sales, East main 81. Paho.k I I ',

of the bridegroon, was bt'st man. I Dee 20.Mr. Open from 10 a, m. M 9 p. m.

Mrs. IVattenbarger is a graduate and Mrs. J. R Mills: of Polhoket' daily including Sunday. tfch

nf Pahoket' High School and announce the birth of a !
nm S.U.Jew Chrysler industrial -
Canal Point Machine Works
before her marriage was employed daughter, Marjorie Ann, at thEverglade ; power unit, starter and gen- i
at the Bank of Pahokee. Mr. 1Vattenherger : Memorial Hospital o'ierator; and automatic shutoff
is a graduate of Junior Dec. 18 I
i Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. tf CA1.. POINT I'1101'F: 531 I'. O. BOX 466 '
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Nest Palm Beach, and is :
College I Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Nash of Pahokee __ _
now a student at Georgia Tech announce the birth of a W.\STtU: Experienced Chevrolet I

Atlanta, Ga.Followtig. I on, David Eugene, at the Everglades i mechanic, also body and paint I II .-- --- -- - -- j
the wedding trip to man Permanent Jb Contact I
I I Memorial Hospital on Dec, I - -
the Fast Coast and visit with I 1I 1---
a 1. (10. O. Gilbert at Christian Che'fOI I 1I

relatives In Canal Point the couple let in Pahokee or I __ _
: company phone
Mr. and trs. D. \\ Motes ot
will make their home in Atlanta Pahoke-e 23il 45n. N29ch
-.. Belle Glade announce the birth of I or I

Dennis It'iln, student at a daughter Sharon Gail at the ; ('() n; IX and gee the New ElllC- II

Junior College, Wf'st Palm I3 ach, I Everglades: Memorial Hospital onDl'C. I Ii true Lawn Mower now on d mlonstration. I
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is spt'ndin the Christmas vacation -I I So easy to operatt'.
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with hli parents, Mr. and I you merely plug in, switch on
Mrs. F. M. \\'llson.CHILLS Lively Talks And motor and \\'nizz--tht. grass is rut

I regardle:s of ht'ight. Christian
Quartet Sings
Chevrolet. Pahokt.'e, Fla. Phone
0 rl'o I notes I 3il. StD13ch
Ie FEVER ..
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DUE TO MALARIA 'haplam A. J. Lrely, rector of 'ondltion, Phone 3ti31, Pahokeet I fJ ( O'1. Here wt are again
the Episcopal Church of the Holativ.ty ly (/<. .
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RELIEVED666 ttW Thursday luncheon of the Panuk' ; excellent condition. Phont' 33'1 l

.. Rotary Club la. t week. Th.0l --------- -- Q NEW to rise
remU: Two TOt" Into upon a
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of hi talk C\\
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('hnstmas. thnal Track Tractor,. god mehamcst -. YEAR
:, fond.tlon t'r i brandnew year.
T'w dub's annulI C'hritmu pro'im : rt'\dy immediate I

,:: also included selections frog mni delivery. One t'am1n' I
IS YOUR LIVER 1111t'r slightly used. \\/lrk:, of! I May 1947 be filled
'h. Chnstmas cantata, "Sde
pincer takeoff of tractor fire for I
N.i It. the
by Rlptist
sung! ;
CRYING FOR HELPLt'C3u. 1. 01e. Qluttt: including Mr i : preparing land for t'ttr.1; c t'l..ry.It't with many happy
.. !IiI''' or r\hh.1J.. flP KS Irt'r. I
il. .
\lph Grimt> tr5. C. \ tohfn: II I
or ronstipahon or fault di. MT.. tiV Knight anti M '! rational Stake Truck 1i:!'SzT) days for you and
? It you It'd btlotSO'.lt'. ttreit")'ight In 1913 Or.- K'Ir..-
Matted with gas, ht'3d3l'hy. blue. I'harles A Baker The quartet wamN1i
grouchyyou may bt putting too big :\,'.'.\ t at the p:3no M 11 v. rnatl'lal Bra 1911 Kr.1ChtFarms. your loved om's.
a burden 0:1ur lwr. Ht'tant-d unc1aested Carl A Moberg! who also play'o .i Phone 103. B..1!.' C .ul.
fail bt'CllnU'S putrt'l'Cw.cau Fta D27 r
s ton.'. 'Whl h overatd th\ Irving Bi'rhn'. White Chrtsmas. t. I
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tired h\t'r by leun: CJlot.1bs ht'!;> 61 br+..pl'J..r. J.. T
l1a:::rt' sweep the putrefactive anJlW"ual1) Mr. and tN. Homer J Cl1u Ikyrton. Canal POI t. P-::., .r I
dtstt'd nutttr irony yItonuch ur had as dinner guess cnn.sm3' H1.H.' II I
and !..,ti,'s. obn ll :
day their .
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It\ and c at yuur dr u. Mr and Mrs liirns Fold 1.IhT: Two bird dog nnt j I II
aril son LSf,1St3.. ColquittD"I months old b."O"\"n" cd a-hi! II I
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Cinematic Chatter

By Malcolm Millar Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

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When you awaken on I of all size and varieties for
Remember the star of "The
New Year's morning may Spiral Staircase", also The enchanted your Selection.LANDSCAPING,
c Cottage", and what a':
i awaken not
you only
wonderful
I performance she gave _

, % t1 ; to a day of happiness, us in those pictures? That star ; 35 you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa
war Dorothy McGuire, and she is
but to a whole year of to be on the screen of the Prince I thorough job from plan to completion of pI3ntin

Theatre this Sundl\-: !ondaY with
happy days We welcome
Idison.
her leading man
Guy
As always. you are
+ the New Year and take in a new and marvelous story welcome at
"1 ill The End Of Time our

: / this opportunity tot Assisting this clever pair in the :
unreeling of this story as su'h' \rU'EHU:''': 1100 Southern Boulevard tRoutd So. 25 at

; L greet all our friends well known featured players as i City Limits I. W fit Palm Beach, Florida

Robert Mitchum Bill Williams,
Tom Tully William Gar an, Jean ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO

Porter and Johnny Sands.

The tory hives Miss<: McGuire: ,

''Vestern Auto Associate Store ample opportunity to display her I
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talents in dramatics and in romance -
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and with the able asi= -
1.11. LAn:, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA anrl' of the players above t"I: "I
SE\YIXG MACHINE REPAIRS
tinned you can expect to Sl'e
i of the most entertaining pictured
I t -- this tar has presented in some For Guaranteed Sewing: Ial'hlll' Repairs and Supplies. I
: time. : write or call

I TUE'scby-Wedneday "Thl' Walls : ; I
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I : Came Tumbling Down' 'mo\'es in RHODES APPLIANCES.henue
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with Lee nowman and Marguerite : ".\"'

IiI' Ii Chapman IS the star. and Edgar I Belle Glade, 11.t
Ilcart u'uhcsH
'I fclt goal D'lchanm, Lee ;
George IrCrl3dy
: Free Pickup and Delivery service to Pahoktf anal Canal
I Patrick and manother well I II
Point twice wf''kly.: Parts and Ac"e5soric for nIl
i( 'eraglorious chosen players as istin;:, ;I
I I makes and styles.
This is a baffling murder my- :

::1 1947 holiday I tray, which has to tll with the --
i: search for two nibIl's, tx'nt'ath the
:1II I
II' anti the corers of which lies the key tn\

I I'I: I tt'ralrfmany are searching fOf. -
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I I'I, H E RE J' happiest iVir Year II ', I mptery.I Don't you. miss this delightful


;ii 1 j OPING half ei'er 'jIi I I the There screening i. a of double Thursday-Friday.feature for :: A. Servant of the Glades !

the first fine up stars our own I
Ii I I Frances Langford whose home I
Ii I was LakC'lantl. Florida, but now is '
,I k'lolll.II I, Tn liami
I, 1 :I at IIobe Sound where she and her I II 4 Buses :::
"
i II husband, Movie tar Jon hail l 011 cat l Palm Beach
i I haw a beautiful home. Her picI ;
LFA hire is amooo Blondi'" : Daily Tn FI I Iyrrs, & Lakeland I

I Seeems that this; name is one I
I i ii I that the crew of a bomber coined I
i :' i and which they named their ship .
:, I I tn honor their skipper, who had Glades Motor Liites Inc.
met Miss Langford ,
recently
hut
Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla :' : I and ha.s fallen in lore with her :
:
II'I SERVING TilE GLADES"
I Their arf' many thrilling all\"fn-
I
Ii Iij
i tares that his crew Jo: thofllgh
before the end of the picture ,
Then , tOO there is the usual
I
misunderstanding! between Iwers
I 'I which is unraveled in the t.nll and

I! I II all finish well Oh yes, of inurse

I I ; Miss Langford render. some of

IL L I her charming song numbers in her .4 wILCC
equally soothing contralto you f

0 y I + Second picture up has ,m all
1.. I a
;f
d- I !tar cast with Charles Russell .and
I henry Morgan telling the tale IfI

three homlli'r pilots who, rt"'I'ntI\ ,
discharged I from the service, formQ

I i an a.oriation and promote a

a (;;\. I freight line with one plan Of-
I tome fit
have
:. course they :1. trym UL'LlL'UCCGCUUGCCIJUUL''
'
\ many narrow t'Sf'3pt',, high ,!III Itutude I-
?A I adventure aefore they fcnulv -; 1Q

L! il1Jll/ilf get the line on a paying: ht-: :,
) /jOIl a ; and! all ends! well LANDERS
i Saturday brings a dll'lhl,' f' aItured -
E HAPPY .
I prolfamth r.lIh'" r...

0 NEW YEAR. ; )land. t.Htm GuraJaJ:3: ; and! mans:
0Ll pothers: in "nJV C'waJil'r" :1 t Construction Co.j .

C 1 first picture up, This one l is aid!

I expest : j El
: AIuiounces
Opening
E I on that day.I : .
I, .,
,
"
'
I second nirtUTP up irwo'\ -
orAROOK
R'mstead, ," in a story I'ntt: !.',1 1I
lu .h.' .
E "IU' friendlyr l1
.. '.Lt""' wIth lnndit'11, w I !:1
L-
W i'r.aglne that life with HI,,rdeJ
I "lair" taint "hi.'hH' "4'r,'esl
J t'' Fuld ht' a l hUlt' rugged, ld 'h! : : PIT

t ] t'n1t' it is a little more thn1.J ,
.u III lUlU t.,alls "Dal\! "' 'tht' Bun-t' .It 0
E J .
them messed In Ir efNJ'
'ng: gets lip
E 1 fur wlti gangsters.: Of ".Ir...PI B.\I\ OF TilE ST.\TE LnlETIX

11 "t' 'talt,l pl.' lail In ,t'n t' 'till. in 1')17.t J : nInn 1t': Oa'ood and l..nrd.1I
J n'anace to f\-rup Daisy: fr,':1: : h. PAIIOIEEre
111tH kdr..1rr'rs and round lip !ro' hand ElEl
Q crateful at'll1lm It'tl:.'l1l'1I1 J ,
i :in t::, end of the picture It' v :

E tiC Lnur.e t'\lt'IIlln all !] winy want to laugh s'."' '.1.::'" p \ \\'illlc, glad to furni h you all
pJ..t .
1 ,
E with nt +ml!: Saturdi :\\

E i :';e 'IIIat the movies Malji the Pock you need for drive ways, lI
t11 ,.' II'
t ;1'" ; reetiur i ,. t
i -
C -- -. fill etc Call us today for price. (our

i'1 4'O\IPtFTF t I rfTRlf. '
1 nfl'\llt SHOP p rag-line i is on the job

w A; '. Tyrfof"r SETOF i iF'FRH-
] R.; "TRITa..RPt"Rf.T lR- ,-1
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aa nf"rnf': llIiR11 : U--
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Pahokee Co. R. F. M.F. 7 ;- ;

Supply tOrin J .. Co.
El I Ii\a ( man' Landers Construction

L] Machinery Shl: :!It" andL

Baron Pawkl'l'! Repair :'t'n ice

:i i Phone ll1Wi I' ,r.t' t 1.1'; I ; : lit.,14la.
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December :7,1916 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida l'age Seven

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port also was crowded with planes -
Tampa And Ilavana .
of Pan American World Airways, ,. ..
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Have New Air Line Chicago and Southern Air Lines, i

several Cuban air lines, TACA and Zoathof
.
TAMPA :Mayor Hixon and a others In addition it was announced ,1 MNEWYEAR

legation of Tampans returned in Havana that the P. &

last week from Havana after dedicating O. Line would resume post-war Mrs 11'. D Gelgt' 11' spendin, i itk

a new air link between the travel between Miami and Havana hnllda} :0with Ct't.on and I

two (.!ties.atirnal airlines inaugurated \it the Steamship Florida early d3u"ltt'rllaw .Mr. and Mrs. 11A. I

the new service Sun. next month. Geiger in Fort Laudddait'
day, December 15, putting Tampa -1.--
Miss Louise Sims student at
within an hour and 35 minute of Lure
Perfects New "
FSC\\ Tallahassee, is \'i5itingher
the Cuban capital.
'Yith r. of lila Help part'nts11', and lrs. G. Lawton
:\trling Dl'f>W Field an internaUonal im5, in Canal Point through the

ail por t, this new flight pro. holidays.Dr. ,
rides direct New vork-Tampa'IlaTana PEr.J Y Working on a fish lure
and Irs. Charlts: Creel and
plane service for the first probably d(It'5 not haw te! glamour -
tuughter. Patsy are pending theholiday
time Cntil 15 ago Tampa lacks the
years and certainly urg- \'el'kend in Alabama wit,
and Havana were closely linked
ent importance that creating a rflative5lr ,
by community interests antI businesL -
proximity fuse has but the En- and \lrs Leon Thompkins
but in recent' years much of'
this contact was lost. With \.1. gintering and Industrial: Experiment and on, Ricky, of Miami and Mr.
and 'lr5 H. D .FielJ,. Sr., '
ofF spen'
tional's new service a small start Station of the University

has been made by Tampa to regain orida i.. today dOing the littlejOb.i Christmas day with \lr. and Mrs.
H. D Fields Sr., and other relatives .
commercial interchange
y
and
a social with the same proficiency it QU'D nae c par cf s't ang ar.r
Pahokee
with Cuba's capital. recently did the bg; job for Uncle in
ILwana's Rancho Boyeros air. Sam. Local Baptists who attended th' .a C.1Y :0:= 1:1; of !h\l1.:1: wishe1c
annual Sunday school awards banquet -
The Taylor County Chamber of
for the Palm-Lake AS .a: u. r\ ccacclrcha wish fc:
Commerce recently forwarded to ril.1
tiO"1 'n \\.t Palm Bl ad:
CIIIROPRACTOR-- Dean Josl'ph'eil a sample fish included Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Gilhest you vre1a:r.j: .td Iia:,pincss is in
lure which a l local member plans I
WEST PMJ.t BEACH ; commercially -- theprlbltm \lr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley, eluded in the assrlrent, with grateI -
to produce
Mon.. Tug, ,t, Wtd. law. and Mrs. C. A. Moherg, Mrs.

Thur-BELLE. Fri GLADE&: Sat. j securely being to leather to fasten hooks I c.n'rot n ,Mrs. 11'iles TillisMTE ....1. C'"......'.'""'\\C.-'t'l'. :1 f.... "'._.....-.. kin".',.. ,I

I)It L. S. .JONES ,, Within thrt't' weeks the rearelers Culls J.and 1' t'hastain Miss Elizabeth trs. F .....,... t O.a,- ,:..,...u:..._. 14t.-' .. I

Suite 301COffif'QU: DdlPhrf. s. had returned the lure G'I ,
!, 3650 Vet Palm Beach Fla.. W3) '. "
solwd .
with the problem ...
I.vr.n'aker.. student at tat Ws ..:-

University of Florida i is spending !

the holidays in Canal Point with i
I
; hi" part'nt Mr. and :\lrH'n I II

PIANOS JEWELRY11t'SIC I\:;llk\'l'. I
Miss Ut'U" lem Pickett ,tlli1t'nt

: -it F C\\'. Tallahassee i..n,'nd ng-

J.11f n ASH LEY the holidays in "1hukt.t' with heparents.
I KilGORE SEED[ CO
Mr. and Mis. John TPiekit. '
: .JE\\'EI.EU; Bclll' Gladl'. I la.CO I I Sr. I

Miss Nell lIostlitldt aFSCIC
:
I. .Tal'has.! : .. and ThomasHrnwes BRED.RI'fE SEEDS
TO ClIlRCII SUNDAY
i student at niversity n fi

i Florida Gainesville, are !:pl'ndingtht I I' hCll'lFla.,. Phone : ?OlT'V

> holidays here with their part -

t'nts. nt'\ and \11'8.: C. T. H0\W.

I Mrs Pa'dkt' lice has 1" a nri+.-t ......- ._.. I
,.1Lli.llItliZL111.lhlllll.llh.l. <:.1.laLr 1.1.g'llir: t.1.1. 1..1..1I1..11. L.. I
-- - ----- ---- ---- -- ; through the holiday soa'on: hl.rour.

I ; .. Edwin Rice. student! at l'ni- ,
F Finc Clothes\ For -- -AI' -
HERBERT'S \1 city of Florida I
II
I lien and 11'omen \lr. and Mrs. Haroll Wdh amson. I

..1 Lawrence. of Key West :art BEIIRYFftNEIIMJIIO11EAmbulance
'I'\II.OHED TO IE\SlllE: g\
.
c, I ; visiting his parent:. "Yr. and Mrs
lla\'c YUln' Lcul es' l'lothe: Tailored! I W. H. Webb, in PahokE'I' and heiparents. r
,
fly A 1hu1's Tailor :'IAL E" I .tr. and \trs. John Kautz Service

... _. ,I I in Canal Point through th r hoH-
I
I
I 'I' day I II
; BEL C HER I Paul H.1rdin :spent Christmas : Pahokee I'h 2JOI: Belle Glade Ph 2.17

in Clennville. Ga.. with Mrs.
J BOX 87G PAHOKEE :E g7.IJ I I I Rardin and her parents Dr and -.

1/ I i I l"Ir.: \\'. O. Strickland.Mrs. .
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itii JJt !(t1 .' Ella CripJWn of Palia hayrr'rell :

: '\ in l'ahokH' fnr :1 \it; wit'! -

;" '" !11I1htf'r Mrs. .T L. Nattvin }.

I I' Mrs. Ralph !"tanl.tn: I II

I ... j"..,!;.,'':

Dr A. C. Wilhelm Jr. t I f'.tHt', anti F.tn'f'r Po Flll"tt
t <. t at Florida 11ili :'1\' .\' a: .1.l lSt

) t..... p.t\'f'hllr arr \'i.itr! ::
L! Optometrist -- ) .1, ." 1"p''rt", Mr. an'! Mrs n. F.Ih -
.
1 ""t here through: th hOIItfl. : !; \, i rl I '

d Eyes EXamiIIecl Glasses Fitted ]) a.l.l "Jr:,. t \\:. ,\r'n..tr"na : 4 ;- .

ri II nit'Ct' Blanche F.hzaht'th
1.rEXIX: (; API'u1NT11ENTs FO!: r ] nO.r.'I ltf'ld B13n'h, l1I"tl1'r, .- .

orT OF TO\\'X PATIENTS ) Mt! I; W. Bmwrs. 111 (rlanrlS'in : !,'
f!
I
I flail In Your Broken Glasses ) liyMih': ,
r C'ari'f'ntprt'wpnrt.. It I ( ANOTHER

0 For J T wll! arrive tondw for a visit II I II
Prompt Repair
: J wit:: hs: pJrrnts. Mr and Mrs (1fl II I 1I I TO C

I .1_.J'. .\ !)HEh.. ,I'1INE( 19' J C'arp'ntrr. while 0:1 a nin-dJ I ; .

I.'l. 1.\1 DEHH.\l.h.; I. L.\. !b'ave: from the Nary.J's . I I I
1 )
II T William ::1r..! Mr...

aa ra car r or c rc e t.) (- T .T:1rkn and son. Tyler! ..Jr.j.ltnr .

,r, \ : in IHshllr F'a! this

W" kerlI. t
.....t.,r H\tton: C. S Army T.5. We have reached another milestone -

("Imp ('arson Colo is T'd1'hr.!:' a

l--.h furlough wIth !:!; parents
on the long road of service.
STUCKEYFertilizer Mr and! Mrs. J. 14. BaUd-r InI't"k't'


7..lIa!! Jones i it spen'tr-: \.. ::..}11 Our organization, sturdier than ever before .

;; w": wIth her Jrar.\plrf'1t! : Mr
is well equipped to give you service
Works '1" I Mr. W 11. Jon.r ;. N. \t'

I t'rr. S f'H. that is superior down to the last detail.

try: Gerhart, Pawnee, rl! .has
\Ve thank you for the part you have
.
.r" \'" d! f l spend t'. s a; or wttntau' !

\" "111.1.1)Ctl! Jla : ufal"tUt\.l.! '': ". ... .. .! an! ,1!'i:; :ht.r.. Mr played in our success and wish you a
'1" : \IrRII rt S!n;?!1': ,," : (ra.M' : '

!>,k...

FERTILIZERSuperior 'ir: frq. M P H. .>;:ry' a-d, HAPPY NEN YEARIIETZNEliSTIIF

.,, II"',yard. are -p. l.n: the
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Poison 1.

IV.. t" i '-fr!!. t S r'''':r.' 1'.1

.. .. I i ..:htpr, Marra: J.\ r:.

Bait hr.tma.1I ,lay!: ',\ ." ri-

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Phone 4201 Night 533 ..
.... tir ar.i Mr' .1n :: (" ,_.
.. : Canal Pot : II \HUHE; TOHE

Pahokee Fla Mt ar..11 MN 11 N S !"-..:!" '1.1THEET: ; BELLE; (.I.\UF.. 1'1Friday ,.\.
I .'r' cd<< : c !s o>T'.t Chrstmas ::- Pa'P : ',.

k. t\lth her p&f"\ts ltr .," i
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encounter only joy and happiness in the coming

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