The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00311
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Belle Glade Golden Rams Retain CupI I: Bill Jeffries Is Bosworth Turns I Hospital Gains

I Out Grid PicturesIn

By Winning Annual Glades Grid BattleThe Elected Mayor\ Of Record TimeBill Favor Of Pahokee

: South Bay Tuesday Boswoith of the Florida Pictorial Folks
Belle Glade Golden Ham "GI Insurance" TopicOf Voting
won the Glades Senior High foot- _w_ Service in Pahokee really I
Talk Before Lions
ball championship and retainedthe turned out some pictures of the
Lying flat of his back in theBelle Pahokee voted overwhelmingly
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Lions' Bill Young memorial I night foot ball :n
Monday game i
trophy by outscoring the Pahokee I "Gl Insurance 'was the subject Glade! hospital on Tuesdnof in favor of establishment of a nv
record time. The I II Ion
was plays
7. in hard- I Davis this week M. game hospital in Tuesday's" flection. Thevote
Blue Devils 14 to a I of a talk given by Larry Acting MayorV.
Field in Belle Gla-isMonday
fought game at Belle Glade Monday service officer in charge of the I Bil! Jeff rios of South Bay was I was :!l2: to 4.
night. The championship tilt West Palm Beach Veterans Servic? I I looted mayor over M. J. Hardy 1. night and Tuesday morning The lease" on the present building
: at' 10 o'clock Bill had a win-
originally scheduled for Friday I j Bureau at the Tuesday luncheon by a vote of 97 to ';"0.If.. Jeffrie' ; housing; the Everglades Memorial -
I : dow-full of pictures' on display at
night had to be postponed until I| meeting of the Pahokee Lions i i was named mayor by the councilseveral Hospital will not be: rerev -
Murphy's! Drug Store in Belle .
Monday: because of heavy rain Club. He was introduced by Janus months ao; when MavorKd -d when it runs out next September
that fell Thursday and Friday.It Stafford Glades veterans officer 1 Butler tendered his resignation i' Glade. officials of the \Vesten
was a tight contest between and program chairman of the club. to the council. : Some wonderful pictures we,vI Palm Beach County Hospital Dn-

two evenly matched teams Irom The club voted to cancel its regular Successful candidates for two I made by Mr. Bosuorth and tho.io trio said before the election.
I i desiring pictures! to tuck away
the start with the outcome uncertain meeting next week in order vacancies on the town council were !1 The city council has selected a
until the very end. Tnr that members can accept an invitation j Floyd Wilder who polled 13-< I i amC'ngth, ir souvenirs may get site on the Canal Point Kd. about
them either from him or bY contacting -
P.ams won bv quickly taking advantage to attend a luncheon af.thf votes: and F. B. Wilhts with 103. a mile from the business distrut
of the breaks of the gam I South Ocean Club in West i', C. f:. Crichfield. also. on the ticket .I I Murphy's store in Bell- for the new building.
that came their way. Fumbles : Palm Beach next Tuesday. Kenneth :I r,-reived *.."> voles.A Glade.P. Mayor: T. (" Richardson ra\ i
which have plagued! the Pahok Mock repotted that 131.15; total "of 16. votes wore casr P. dt'Moya: and SIvers Fountain Tuesday election will enable theitv

eleven since midsoason! again proved -i was cleared on th> turkey sties t out of 215 eligible: for the election.) amateur photographers c to make plans and to mak'"
costly to the Blue Devils. jointly sponsored by the Liam'" :Mayor Jeffries, spent .'ni ht ann trade> several shots during th-* application for Federal funds to
; Bill had of these
Early in the second quarter the Club and the Elks Lodge. day"! fighting flood waters durin-r tame and some rud in the cost of the building and
Rams pounced on the ball when tt -.- i iI / the two hurricanes and his illne.-> on display with hi* productions. the equipment that will go into it.

was fumbled by Blue Devil Fullback wasbrousrht on by lack of rest add -- _e- He emphasized that the election
James Sims on his own 15. Coast Line Starts I his determination! to catty on dicing i j i i iI '; does not mean that the city will

Thomas Williams then took it I hurricane despite his physical >r>.-rate a hospital The runningof

down to the Pahokee 6 for the New Track Work In! condition. He is secretary of the i I Baby Devils Are the institution will Iw left tithe

Rams where Halfback Roger Cun- South Florda Conservancy Distrirt present Western Palm Beach
ningham'nt around right en3 with offices at Belle Glade. i Feted And Letters Cot1tlIo"pital: Districtor v'

for the touchdown and Center Carroll Lake Harbor AreaIn Week after week .when floodwaters I;'. some future district_ he said.
:McDonald kicked the extra lashed at the many dike* e -
Are Awarded To 23
point.In under his supervision. Mr. Jeffries
the third quarter the Rams accordance with the directive continued his soc.i.injrt.v en-Sleps
again recovered a Blue Devil fum- ot the ICC when it approved thprujf'ct ?
task of -
directing sandbag
operations th..1
ble this time on the Pahokee 27. last September the and finally found himself in Twenty-three members of F.E.C. Trainmaster
At-I I i Pahokee Junior High
lantic Coast Line this week
On the first play Cunninghambroke the hospital from sheer exhaus
through right tackle and the first shovelful of earth in the squad received letters at a
tion. His many friends will wish
raced 27 yards to pay dirt vita construction of a 16-mile spar i him a speedy recovery. quet given by the ban-I I. F:. Ham Hamilton. Florid
"McDonald again making the extra track from Lake Harbor south and I Club, sponsor of junior high Fist Coast Railway agent at Ca .-
j letics, in the school cafeteria
point with M place kick. east to the Okeelanta sugar mill. I al Point for the past IS months
Later in the same period the The S750.00O project is expectedto PTAGroupTnCanalPoint i day night. has been notified of his promotion
Blue Devils launched a euecescfcdaerial require several months for com- I I I: X. L. Garrison, coach of th- to trainmaster of the Glades

attack when Halfback JT- pletion. i juniors reviewed the season'sreo- branch of the FF.C liailway. :M'.
Kent Carr tossed the Mil from hH Then northern terminal of tV* !I Met Tuesday : ord of his team which was champion Hamilton's territory will includethe

own 25 to Halfback Huston Cornell spur will start at a point four I I I of the Glades area by winnin ""}:('" operations from Fort
who caught it on the 35 an 1 miles east of Lake Harbor at the wo !tames: f r >m Belle Glade! twofiotn Pir -o to lake lIar or. He will

tact-d W1 yards before hf"ingdowr.- southern end of Lake Okeechobee. ': IVnms L. Fr'-nd. program rhair- lake Worth and one frump IW' .- -d D. A. Few who will go to
ed on the hams 15. On the next It will extend nine mites 5ntlt \ :r.an. present d l a ("hnstma)10'! \lm Beah but lot the (Count the mainline between Fort Pierr.-

play Carr again pass od to Conne'l then angle off to the "-I'thf'a..t for gratin at the De-i-emlier mo, tmg ..' c hampi..nship title to Riviera by a and New Smyrna.

who snatched the ball on the IIan.l .-even mile to the sugar mill. the Canal Point ParentTeacherAssociation ;i onf'-tnll<'h.lnwn margin. I, The new trainmaster ha teen
through the Ram tackler The railroad origina'ly ask1 held Frank Rozi-lle.! acting as master
ran i iI Tuesday night ir I '\ ath the Fast Coast for nearly a
for th tounchdmvn. James Scott I the ICC for a-.ithority tt continue i the school auditorium. I of ceremonies ir.trcKlucetl Clydei I I quarter of a rrnturv 21 yearn to

Blue Devil right end, kicked the! 'I the spur an additional two miles i i K.-,.. William T. Blair. pastor ot i j I Allev. director of Pahokee High h.fxact.. He was commercial
extra point. Blue Devil Center : t't reach StatRnad ::i. but tills the ('3nl' Point Methodist ChurcV School athletics and president of went in the Gladys! fur nine Vests
Camthers received a I the Commission ; the club. Principal D. IV Caudit1. '
Raymond request was .1ni..I.hy I I gave a t.ilk4On "The Story o. with offices!' in Iell Glade where
severely' injured arm in the !:ami'. I as unjustified.When C'.rt tmas." The Second Grad('.- i Rev C :\. t"h.'rcJanlt't II. Wi1son he lived. He hal! U..-n agent IT

Thus the Pahokee Blue Devils i I the ICC gait.-* approval I Rxtbin Band under the dirrrtio.tf Mrs..1.: It. York. Assistant Canal P int for I4 months sal

ended their 1!'17 "season, with a to the project !ast fa'!. :t simultaneously : i, .. M;.. v.rchie IXiird. played thre? ('.lac* Ralph Gress. .1. V Thoma owns a home in Pah ki-e He and

n''onlf five victoriesnd: fo'r rejected a pr 'pas.il b: I I ciristria: nu-rshers and Je;>i A. C. Santo and HoracUnwin.. !':!> family" will continue to live in

deh att. winning from Owistor.. ; the nor: !:a Fast Coast railtoad V- Friend played a piano solo. t.a'h .,f whom spokr- hneflv. Pahokee when he takes up his new

(?''-t1. Iiray Beach. Stiwit aril make a similar exten.i' from its CX.rt: .= ('-:!"';er led in the group I Coach Garrison presented let- duties His rffir Will he |or"t* Ponce do Leon and logins: to .tlt:1: South Bay t-rnnnus. The ICC i!I i-Tire: i: of Tir .,tmas carols.At I tots to Tackie Thomas. Bobby....- i Bell Glade but his duties Will!

n- ..,-nrd F'e"t !''.re. 1',kYor..' !";!t'.1 that tl *. VCL !stair \\ovI1stimul.it th! <* bu.-iiK :'.:'n.vith th'rrp <. k I.-"Y C.tn.ther.Richard k.-.-p him on Hlc' fto all vr th-
;',. C.v.T Sir -". : d. .. : : TIm Ge .r"o Uoz-He. Donald I
a P.-II' :1.e.> : *> i cater 'loper.f !'iderT. Mrs. n. L. Friend, nrfidin -- Gladys

C f ere ace can-: H-h. h.vl! w. i I .-,. tho F:\. rclido.l I .. .\. Q. Howell. Boyd fort liar ploy. Pf-rto Johnson. James t Mr Hamilton is a Pahoke. i'} -
S'i* i iT. -' H e.'t I''Nj! ) .HHV: ...- I h ers and Mr. Charles Curtner :' Weeks. Lester Holmes. IJonnio: tartan and his' promotion '-

o' tarn .,\oathtr.Playms I Funeral eer l"c : were named on tho PTA financcommittee. :\fa, Carney Wilder Rirha d opmd at the: -piilar w . v
their lasth sran-- "... : Mrs. Boyd VorheeAMr Brady. .Iru-k Boland. C Lari'>-. B 1. .
of the 1'ib 'f'l'tf' r.
h. For Lewis i L. Vann : M.1.-ilard. C Herrine. Charl.... meeting
GI. M.-ndav! r .
kce at PM-.K : *. Pope 'arl. Mrs. ChriS Hal! when Turn Kirk told other 1.: -
were James Svtt.. .limes SirrKenneth -=. \ : : and Mrs. Bill Bolt on were appoint j. He-lmes. R Iltol. Dohbv Srhrod.Dinny ..-. ...oo.. of th- raar'.sd! a--
John....'n. Frank ftill:.-. F1 -: '. : v.is : ,: L- \\s La- .'.1 on the PTA sponsoring f-.m- Ilithro-k. A. Meeks. Ma: "- i, ......
John Oe<-. n.bby n k.'r. F'el 1 i : ,' t'r.f .. ',:: .\.1: u.iUoe !""i tn Brownie proip at .> .:-. ..a; :.- and i ..I* to B-i-Liv M-- e _

Tci'ler..lehn: ) 1. Pukott. Jr nndcontinued :ML.W. .*. V V I.r-
i ( on p .pe >.>I1Il I I I'c: : -t Piintarh ate>\ t.> rcinize a Canal! P-nn Th. banquet was promrod" ar.lv ...1ret'erred t.. ft''r hen '

_e_ -- I '"o:spit.il Sit ;r i Inv .' "' >' '-i-Kl :n tr :-. ( ,h :;!. ,-.t Pii k whi"'*-. will ah: -... i bv MC.: r.rv, STth.. hiiri ' .-k..' r.ft. r !'Of'-.r.i(: ,..iS .
' *"* '.. '- .ee..1| .', i.r. nn: ;; 'n>Tri'or.. a<- .
Club Will l Ho ? ; F-neril H"mei -r"r..1 bv PTA. Th r::>-.r.\: : ; ?e.t' f..rt..r 'J1'.fO"
i I'a'.rke < ::1 !.": : iv j* 11 i. r: *!> ::'t'! :: o r.\ ird viaw t.- -.-t..dl.\J: -- J f. vkM; I I c.--,5 e t.wet t tr..,S.

Formed Canal; Point .tn n't' T H -..y.'r .f VL :. ::11!!,- :. Mva's: ---" .-, i ct i '..< c \ V :vrj.: i- :M F -7 . " .,f ;>.. oT
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Preliminary I jii-i : ...n: - ; ttOt. .: I i' .: .".' *':-,' ....,. .l' *." '.r 'ta _e_ e _

r-".;g the Canal !'. "::.t B '>> 4-H ":' .\ n'i: ; T. :' , I .. .t.r.:,.: . ".. .. . : : T ': -'. '

.b? \\tnn: i .S II L SH '. tlo: : : . t... --1 I .,i.- '... .' *.. --- f 'Se--: ,-.{ .'..... a.,;. .. n. .J! ? This I Is Thoviv' : . " > .
- *t. nt ..* .. -. t y e-t 'tsar: : '.' 'y-o: > Mvt 1?:. ", t-. :u -. ?!. B..V.! V -.r'y... p". : " .... ., I.

'-.<-nt. at a meeting with boy .-! E\'iyr. V-' a an-' >- .t.- e- : M- 1-" a T':1. i '. The Ivccnrd Stands! 0; ... ......,.)I.t. the .
.\ e Canal Point ;the wl last w. kpproimately ,-. V -- .w :' .> - P.'. '- : 3. ii.

\; CO bo>-s* made a; . ; :\1" "\. '\. e-.- : Pl. vem e--. IH.-I..h..J.. I1 db- (.Lute i i i. . '. .
.t:. 'n to join the dub. The: I iU; < : .",- NVann !- ; ".' 'd Mr H J .-\n"rl'! r.thk.>- ?... it.ll.elLi4e' A ':

_!".'up voted to meet tone> mont1-- j : of Sher,_- , vilrm. : valise guests ths ;\.* -* I 1913--I.ah..I. 39. tt..l1 .1.1.1. 019Ul'ah. !, h::1

'\ on M-t-ond' and fourth Wedne- : A. J. Dubberlv or iiBunal ..' . S \ *>n',. s:..ter. Mm Wa-! ..Le-. ':. I"II .1..1. ': .

!.WI at 9 4.% a. m. Club officers i\ wa at the Pert ii i. ;' C. of Rdcfflf') Ie I ItfJ.V TahokI.t.. IUlf ......|.. ej i :rr.. f1

'v'il be elected at the rxt meeting : Cerrrtey wt! B"rn"11! I'...:rere, ".,', ....-. li.Tuva art""j r.' l.l.UU- Iott"- II. ,',., < Ur,. O ->- 'r" .. ... ...
flee 10 f 0- .. ''': 3"1:" ....!:::. ', :-.: ,n 19iil.ll..Le.1.. li '...b..J..... ': . : :

Two The Ever lades News Canal Point, Florida Friday December 5, 1947

flay their games and perform t t>I1' lish in the 17th century and p :'>-

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I rite limbed in London. "Everglades.
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I raiding RIver of Grass' should have i
After a severe defeat by a -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region plm in the library of every Fir
who haJ
tribe medicine men
Published Every Friday iu'.in and it might well be uscJ
Established 1924 -
always been jealous of Ortiz. per-
text-book ;
as a : in our publ'O
Subscription Price $2.00: Year In AdanceThe
(By Russell Kay s.uaded the chief that the defeat schools. Florida is indebted t >

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn was caused by the white man. The Marjorie Stoneman Dc ublas for
chief accepting this explanation thIs valuable! addition to iloutians. !1-
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter Twent\-fo.ir years ago when I '
o'- "-('rl him condemned to rl.>ath. .
was on the staff of the Florida ----.---
But Ortiz escaped when warned b.-
Paul Itardin Owner Editor Publisher Graver it was my privilege to join I
the chief daughter He joined another Miss Mildred Stanton who spent
a little group of adventurers who tribe and later Mrs II. J. Andt'
years xxaresrufj ; 'xe-a'! days with -
Scat To StoreCatsState set out to blaze* a trail from west I .. .
by members of the D: n while the latter was conva1 -
Health Officer I). ((.. Gill ha undertaken a cam- to east coast actors the Everglade Polo ExpeditionAcvitrdmsc 1 1."I ins; at her home on Bacorn

paiyn against cat- itoie-tat are a-: :,standard l a- the kero- ,. to Mrs. Douglas th- P ..:.-ittirnevi t.Ve .t Palm

enc pump, and it na;. been a:,:umed that they did jrooct. The purpose was to d'\"cl'p pf'v1'city narrative was translated into E"p Beach Saturday
and attention on t:1 eproposed
Now Coon Dr. Gill with a proposal to tiecattoie-. center Trail. At thut

"Scientific inve-tiiration.' Dr. Gill has :aid in an officialpr0I10Ulll"en1l'nt time the Tamiami id..af constructing '1pa.'d I' -- -,!

"ha e-.taMi-hfd. that the cat in the store *
highway;:: across the h" :art )
tsar doing more harm than the mice would do . In them the "Gladt seemed prepo-tero !

climbing and/ prowling' they pick up vast: number: of jrerm- Engineers questioned its f'a"ihil-(> Shrubs and Trees

and di-triliutt: them e\ery\\litre." tv It was contended that sl ::

Another old fashioned l idea jroneronjr.. Scat :-:Montgomery a po jl't would lx "o costly;; as tirrnke )

Advertiser.: it out of the question ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
Enterprising civic leaders: of

both coasts wanted such a hi:h- \
ParldngIctcrs: way and believed: that it could iv Authorized Sale and Service i

Tlw AiHerti-er! : admirethe: =spirit of Harold Uiennecko, built At the time prides hid h.>(- I

1 II. A. McLt-e*. and l It. A. IMfiey hind other citizen*. like sit- fiown! up for a distance of :TUO; JACOBSEN POWER AND

uatt-d." mentioned in new*. di-paUhe-( : : a> brinjiin action 2't mile out of MMIIII! and fro I

:ai'ain-t the Walhal'a' town official: han the operation of Naples west to the Deep Li.t HAND LAWN :MOWERS

recently installed parking meterstopped.: Hiilroad ,
Our little group of piont>,'rs .-. tout
The rcen did the commendable thinjr in (roin r to nmrt to to prove to the world that .' ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

a;=.rit their rights lather than :-tludingon! the :-treet corn wa possible to cross the 'Gladobv : :

erami: talking about it. Particularly in 'mall towns: like motor car and ve set ont fro11 OpenVe
U'alhalla ::nd a fet other the could mention, people are Frt Mver in seven automobile 110'( Southern IJKd.. \Ve-t: Palm n achII
crone to criticize their public official* in private but for fear fire Mo
of publiciU something: el-e let their actnitietop: : there. an O\erlind

Xothin" results but an era of had feeling.V Led 1Indi n pude we jllm"-
ctl off the western! trrn'!'e ('''p.ti').r I
doubt that our \\ ilhalia friend: will ret far in theirpetition
tht.Ian'i! i n abet
to reach grade
bec.ui-e theme mom.ygrahlingrnol1tl'rs: have 1 h.-
of '>
three ilaWith the aid
come too deeplv entienched in the "body politic." We glory! tractor that pulled us out of th' II-- n-r

in their :punk neertheleLainen: : (S.('.) Adertier.'Ill : I murk time and time again and n I
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!aw* and axes that cut a paththr"iuu
.\:\M\Mil\: (J I'lUM.KXM: 1'1..11' I'Oxll'OM: h miles of cypress! strand-:= I I i
I we finally did reach the east wi-. I
MiKtta I Mao Friend presenteda The CM&Nim'ties VaudeviL'cSho.r. : but it took us three: weeks inst1: 1 i:

Thanksgiving? program at i originally scheduled! : to ne of three da vs. I t tI
meeting' of the I\ihok C'npte p. '<-,>nted bx the Pa:iokeo His introduction
That wa mv first I A. Servant of the Glades I
Order! of Eat"1! Star. in the )la. S '!h M.l Senior CIa; this xx-eek ha ; i to the lverr-lT' arid T have hel I .
.' Hill Pla.1! 1":1 until liter dat, ,. I
i- '-jt T-uirsdiv night postponed a :\ healthy r't for them evcince -
were made for the annual 1 OKSC1 :a1 ordmjr to :\Mr1Min XVarrer.ip ; To really knontne 'Glad.. I
}.* 4 and Ht ,r. The das still plans toT .. I
i> las party program < von hive to I live in themV star.-- To Miami
l I. the ctit the "how this month 11": I 4- Buses
which will e held) on evening !> I Iv did, and as our grub ran or;
of 1>('('. 11 with Dave \\'. Your* lTt'. to !lot. anno\ln""I1.. Ions before we Teiched: o'ir dust! :- I Tnr"t ,Palm Beach I II

in charge of irrangement1 - barrel l to eat eattaltoots. 1
1 nation we :
:\11';;. Iva Snyder worthy matron Mr aid Mis Anthonv: C. I-.ii- !. swamp cabhnsre and a lot .v I Daily Tn Ft M'.crs Lakeland

presided at the business Cession : h.ut have a;: their house guest other native delicacies

She was assisted by Mr Young :n I Mis Libh-irt mother Mrs. Jui'-! Bat I didn't !set out to writ r>
the absence of J. V Thomas, I Holly, who arrived Sunday from what '
ahout that trio
column Glades Motor Lines Inc.
worthy patron i New nntiin ConnFREE lad in mind wag tribute to Ial'j..rf' ,
I I"hmlt" i .
Stonermn Douglas! book entitled I

i "Evcrslnlcs.! River cf SERVING THE
I : I
I PARKING '!ilx: i Gras! pubhsh!"ed last month a-
KK.IIl 111111'T011X one of the "Rixers of America I GLAiES"I I
Perie.s" iI
till I'|' with r.asolme; and "ark11 Ua>. If \'..u IJkeSINO.AIK Hqinningwith hte dawn of his- i I

xTXTKIV LOU I5RANCH torv Mrs Douclas trace the in-

West Palm Beach Florida! Opposite Montgomery \Va c! tri uing" !story of this particular an-1 i I I .
I \i-inli7insr the lives and
Olive at First are:
I ti\tie of all who through th" \ I :
:years have nhibited the region.
VVV V ??VVVV VV I I Ft'of u" have ever tnnrht of
t Y Y Y Y Y y L' 4 y
tw! Everglades as! n n\er ardet I

:;: Ofl Machine: Headquarters {):. : i it. really is. a river so "'at0'.1 i ii
without! b"'in.Is. a
broad as to joem :
oc. t"nder\\ool T\ riters
> pev
t "
river of amarmpr breadth :* > I
):0 Stli (lstrold Adding Machine .;.':' practically depth it""' bed ai .

: :Marchantdculatinjr MachineA. <; ,. 1 endless sea of sa\nra"s. brokenoensionallv I' Farm Machinery & Supply Co.
-tt 1}. : I
Mimeographs : with pine islands an 1 1long ,
-t. Elliott Addre;:,;o GrajMi-; : ;<1:. I cypress: !'= strands, : i (' \..\i. I'mx r, i i.oiii\
oc:> F & E Check Writer.HALSEY 4y: \ Th'--uch pain<:takingr.'lrr"1.! '
OC Mrs Pouslas has! pitmen fror-i
(} & GRIFFITH, INC. ;'i availiblo: source iiithentic :
OC : I A :\Ior1C'l'nIaehine Shop
et Phone J-'JSS: :*. West Palm Beach ":. farts df'tinth: the acele-s hi-- ,
< <.::0 I t.>rv of the Everglades' reeio-! !

::0 From these she has woven an intensely : !
t T T ? : 9 Y T T Y T 7 Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y 7 TAfT

I 'tantiall\interesting authentic!' storv from tvi;a historic its Complete Repairs on All Typesof

NI..MMi i'tm.poir.t.!' .
A highlight! was the i.nnveriri

ii & -, \ Erom'where I sit ... J// Joe Marsh I. "American te true tale orisnn of the of wh the:t.> cirtixe great' Machinery

r -- and the Indian mad!
}It.I FITI KMl: 01
.\c-in r.ling to her torv. this e*?< '. -- I
? ed in Florida long forth '
Marry Young Special Farm :Machinery
I whit man had set foot: on the !soil

; u l of Virginia where Pix-: ':orta is ,
Marry Old? ill*>tr 'd to have save.! th.. 1;'.. f Ihdraulie Mole: Drain I

I Contain; John Smith
The white Florida at'.1":
11 hen Jt-li (.'.roweirSur. < daughter. That's -h% I'm not worried 3hout one Juan Orti7 of S,\jy.1! :
married ninrtt-rn.tar-nld our }uun.r: marrud rouplo-! '
They \ of Pirf: :1 1.I d N 1-\ i'apedition -
">lim" HI..".., a lot of folk ( id .. Cable Shimo. UeltsUrone '
r prNrrr rai(- in a ruuntrt that re- '- to Fl. r:<1a (i" 1">2' i II

nalh alder im.-) bt I ..,:jn to -hake 'pcci.oneanother'.rzhtacuuntheir ; wears! :ihea.l of ile rand. 't! <, '.

liad. 1 oun!: marriaet1-: -: tt\ of tolerance and temperance (a i OrtIZ Was captured hI-.1. ..
Tut, iut': lot of hndrnrem: are r\-
So I KH'ked. up some f.jHJre-. It' and it l,M.krd! tit tre like! their fa- I.f r land applied T t .- * -,.
I Industrial t SteelFarm
true ),'\1nm..n.'an girls sniont... bet-rage MAUer':) l ,underneath Bit ilA ':.' >:
I "f"eared his flh t'U -.- ,r:_ --
boxmarr> younger than in other From where I sit, it i-nt tr*.'" .
PO<'ahontu. a di :.e-t !' "
co>.intrie5. ,\nJ"h..rl? do you supyeu marry tnat's important. It's ...
II chief. interceded in h:. tta'fT -
pose the\ hat! the least chance* I the all!...Tiportantp.r.t. of to'eranix . Machinery & Supply Co.
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t.- vkon't name it. but irabti>u'e and unutrst ni:ng that you .
\ "white" slave T- !- 1 ua-
C t-'d ('ne of these' countries bring to marraee.taut . * rl"r-j ,
pi d to her father and < ( \ M. roisr l1.Itrlnl
h, fore the WU suppre M } all / .11_ e
indmu lal freedom and tolerarct:,::. V J:(.t'.J( vho'ind Then foll w. <..i :>:!'..., I'HONK: *>S1Page

yr, during which Ortiz wai, .
e1 member f th.- tH >
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!I:1I I and he's OUT- Forever! :

It was a game of "one-o-cat" on a city street and Mickie was 'I
at bat. . The driver of an oncoming car saw the play . ':
sounded his horn and was driving cautiously through. One
last pitch . the crack of well-hit ball. . and Mickie ran.
...wasn't the driver's fault, but Mickie was OUT...forever!
I Children playing in the streets of the Nation's cities and
towns added 3,296 to the death toll charged against motor
traffic accidents last year. Even the death of two little children -
Mr. MotoristOBSERVE .
-- is two too many young lives to be snuffed out that way.
3,296 is tragic!

I MAKE The schools of Florida] are continually teaching traffic
i SAFE DRIVING safety and warning against the dangers of the highways. Par !
A HABIT ents should emphasize it in the home. Drivers should exert ;
extra precaution in passing schools or going through designated
play areas.

cs Our children's lives are precious. Do your part to prevent
11t these youngsters being struck down and OUT!


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Prepared by the Associated Da Uest Department
cf Florida; the Florida; Press A io-'
elation; ; and the National; l Ccrjervtiori *-' ALTMANMOKC 1()1: ; Chief I
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Four The Everglades: News Canal Point. Florida Fnaa\. Decerer J. 1917

':2 i'">')),f.f)>o ',i:' r.,n.tractic:1 rf t Christmas! .
Deeds !Laii'l Cantata j
County Snit i.. :I i-t F'l.t ida hospital! at Lan-
.'..t. ) <";. v. ('alth\'lll'olHr. ::t- Being Rehearsed i i
For Samtcrium .d "we c art tieup that mu: n Lindiey'! & m.
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T' I' .: M. Cf .t:'.1' .t..c.M"rty; i I Ii als \Vedncsua'v for tie ptt -,.!:* :- I: Save --
Patrols Renamed ;
..: : ,:!iy t Ii d!t'd i li.o acres: of li.i lat ,i tion of its Christmas Cant'ta. Li U I MERWIII

I.!:;tim tfl th-. State Tulxri id i I>y Girl Scouts which will be given Sunday P..- au Money IJ,
,MHI i "rt't.! tht-.''hv i.Uimns; UOtt 1-1 ctmber 14 at 7:::0 P.1.:: The
iff. of the MT Gin vra"-election. "I'sian.tel i 1 Fever '
2> UMrt! pi i -i : Mei.i'n-v of the Pahok
-f hint that co;ifctnul I at the i :' will be directed bt:.e pi-' i !
t..Uwinrre'eipt r < Scout Troop at a meeting I t tL
bo--I I or. Rev c. A. Int"'>ir: The: n'-: k
:on may n First Methodist Church Tuesday .. .
f.>n' : Coupled 1 with the beautiful rrn=' "
If, the deed is ne(' 'ssaryTe j'.1- :>"t. Ii.an| tubes as folli "
I o. this cnr.lnositinn bv Na11Lfllenas. ': tJ.t
hoard authorized Chairman I ,'.' s Cher-'k'<' Patn-1 Olive G<)n- :'f"hriJOtmaa' '"
the : S or\ r..
"'.'h-. Ptinct' and Clerk J. ..flexArrette 7.ak-. leader: Seneca Pat r o i. Rachel K. Green will be road T' j : : I.1)Ira
to sign; the deed and Chairman Margaret Lynn Shirley. leader
rob"1 chair of ,some try -nt% fn
Prince said it would be mail 'diwfore and Semiile Patrol. Ronni"Moelcs. HIEi
voiceit': the candlehjrMettTi .
i nightfall. Th.d.etl \\a- I leadt-r.! I.
.. will! t,>::'I'>'"'te the nruanuzatinn.tea : 1.1.110: : a\cr-lN.ird Ijpe. I'IBla'V.4LLBOARD
made contingent i n Commi>-ion r I A cout' point patrol content wa i !
Lake L\tal'j. suggee' ion, on tar: I staited' with the patrol earning the I

Tab'r C tul.-1-i Board using: it fir I smallest number of point at tT WALLBOARD

hospital ]>urpe::5. a reY'rSO.1dau end of the contest to entertain t'oth :
-t' heme imlu-led in the deal <'" two patrols at a pal h'. "' (!L\la; roor '(tl.letl4)OT! :
Tuht''culo"i'> Beard: Chairman work '
State During the period platubiacelets I !-'! INCHIIILh: i-H.: 1\: ('ii N
\V T. KdwauU wrote the: were made and a study

bunts Commission that the State of flair etiquette was conducted h:..i \\ IT 8c \\ I,:. : If 5c

hoard met at (' on\ille Nov 7 Mr*. Joe Tom Rovrton: troop c in>- I Mr and Mr*. K L P >p<. had i a- L.NTs
and authorized him to write tlu: tain. Bnnit1E''ks received a I guests the past wt't.'ktr.: and Mrs,
commission relative to its offer of scout pin. The meeting ended A. J. Cromnberp and daughter of 1

a site, stating: with the group singing Christmas I i Spartanburg. S C.
"The bi and would like to adu5.1 carol. I II l Cadet Raymond Christian' <=t-i' i i"I..II
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at Florida
you that it is films application dent G urn woo 16c
through the State Improvement Girl Scouts Met at St Peter bur?. pent Thanksgiving -
Commission for funds to lx allocated I I holidays at his home in Pthokfe -
to Florida for hospital construction With Leader Tuesday He returned to St Petersburg 1-4 INC II MJlUK IT.
The application caiis: Sunday --
for a 400-b. institution, eqmo- The Pahokte Girl Scout Troop R-v. J. D. Rhame. pastor of the
buildings ,. at the home of MisToe Calvary Church of the Nazarene: in j .'
meat supplies! and adjacent t a meeting I \\: ( 'IU.\ 2\r 3t: 4\i
at a total cost of S32400OO. Tom Bovnton. troop leader. Miami. 1= the house guest of Roy .,
that Tuesdaafternoon, worked for and Mrs C. R. Moorehile conducting -
The application anticipates i I PLYWOOD Hardboards
(.nt>-thinl of this amount will be print!- in tee second class: scout : the two weeks revival at t
ptovid-d from Federal fum', I rating by: leaimng to tie knots and i iI the Pahokee Church of the :Oaz\-I I. : '
Mit',11:1: 1'1)r 1ltt: 1'I111T
Tuherettlosis bv making original Christmas i iI
'';hi ':: will enable the State I reneMr
also made i and M's Frank Friend h* R,>ard to proceed with the caids The troop plans i I I-I I\CII: 1-s 1\(11:
I for ('arohnghn Christmas eye anilleatntd ,: guests Thanksgiving day his
Southeast! Florida inatoiiuin. as
one of three projects which it desires -' a new "Dutch Shoe" mu- i i (minlawnd daughter! ::: Mr an 1Mr b! 1t 11I1.1: If 2 2 C \\ 1111.1. : 11' 12 C
to und'Mtike"In I' cal garer.trs.. R-)\rton was asisted <- :: *. F.. F!. Bishop and children ifV. 1.\'" 1.\1...
bv Mrs.' James Stafford and \ .'-t: Palm Reach and son an '
order! to *n"et qu're'nents 1 .
:Mrs Leslie Futch. d->uttprinlaw.tr. and Mr'
. of the "',-<1,ral ROVI'rnment it will ---. I pwic: Friend, and daughters.. t' 1IIIM.I: ::-1\-OM: : Tlll'k-Ilf'1'T
1 -> -.. fr the State Tub.>r- .
-sirv FTilwaril L'e liamilt of prim::: Pah"kee
(iilos:; Roanl to have the deed I to fiel.l M: sa.. -ident at the Duke :Mrs Ye'va Kllntt I"ft this week Asphalt Shingles 75
the pi !petty j mentioitd in. its np- I rl.in'r"it Scowl! of Medicine I fir 'irhT>:' X f.. to 1>' will ''..-
picatior! for fund"The ; Dtir-'ar-1: X C.. spent: the Thank i hu'dhv'nd. State Pep R Elliott wbi ,> 9
State Cabinet last Fab 2.. I ;; \'ingholby! in P.\hnkf' the :".I.a-\\'<'-t 11 or.eratinr nt th' % ( '. and S
ten rotaulv rejected the Sta'' : wrest ()f1": and MiInn:inV. Ii D'lk 1 l',,:\oitv Hptal 01 slater );n'e'n.tS.ITE"T"i q
Tull'r clllosi Hoard's request f> i V.'e 'k- and family. \V O"n"sda\',

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!!j'3 3 3 To The Voters Of Pahokee I <'rr Yy a y1 r! nHHn.\TtU:

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....f:.. I It was most trratlfvii.gr to me to I learn of the 1 _"t'.- 1150

Kira. final )results in the election Tuesday ratifying ...:.> ROOFING

"){ an amendment to the city charter. ::
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;" This will enable the city to proceed in anorderly ':" 1

+s r ra. manner fo tel'1ng a movement for adequate .v;..... ROOFING CEMENT

c;.. and modern. hospital facilities. 4:. s(Jl".XKK n.\c.

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c:f 1.> former, for their efforts in sponsoring thimovement. r:,. t NE PC 0 WATER: I.E'T111: HEATERS

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<\5: Thank- is i also due the Kvertrlades News andthe :( S HI. w i. f ti1! .ir. >Kinal; j..uar4nf.
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..:. Pahokee Xefor their !publicity and to :" . -t .. :;Yo i..i'! \"It'h Peal-1'a,:t.'hrntre ak. I

::: the Gold-Oohrow Theatres l for the use of their :i aaa

.:' ..ound truck.May j'C >
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<*" Sam Visit Our Belle Glade Yard

.:- I this} be t I.first of many prOg'rlV: ,,". c;. ... i
cst c ( ttl r. 0.1 Srr' 1 \
; steps: for our community. :

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December ;5. 1917 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida
e Page Five

Wilson TuckerMr. Youth fellowship! : 'i Mrs. \V. H. Rogers circle chairman
F4 i f 1.ii4; 4t1; g i Interesting: Program -
., t.: : who presided at the busirocjon -:
1f: ; {':9- ?'fJt.jf:" '" ''':'
> i' Met
and :\Ir,.:. Emmett \". \Vilso.1f .L {;{ n. .t1F 'V<'- .

Pahokee announce the marria: f' 4:$;; h..h"Y fk;.'* I,I Mrs Ralph Gnir.es and Mrs I
of their daiifrntei. tits Joan \\- 1- f 'i"l : ?{ 1 .A. ' -'ei:tiistt; ..t ,, jtti :MrV.: H. Kemp presented a Wilkinson.. Jr. were hosto.-- -

con to Geoipe Tutk,-r. s->n of1- : M.-. ::".n.n Youth F'll'wshipv. ; -srrnrOR "The History "-. during the !"1'f"Yingl f refrei :'::-
:a Yf'; i.a. :a"> '.1 at the Pahokee First:
and Mrs. C. H. iDuke +. Tucker -, \ 'l Thanksgiving" a meeting;: of ta' ments.

Canal Point, at the Baptist Chur : !, :M.-th! .-'J-t!: Church Tuesday evening Lucy Jones Circle. First Baptist ;i i iwur. -- -6. --

in Athens C.... on WedmdaXov. \- "? ..... "-it,:. >!.-;- Helen Howes, presides1l : in the Fellowship Hall :
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Mr. a: d Mrs. Talton Joyce
21.. at 3:30 p. m.. with t !r'c -l: .<.P.C. Tuesday afternoon.
; i Fort visited his moth'. .
? -i >' il!trated Myers
Rev. Smith. pastor of the chur -. devotional proM -
Plans were made to ;join t'tr Mr*. Maxine Joyce, and his brot'i
iIAj, \j musical
officiating1.The ; : \ I: accompaniment!. i
I . .' :ther two circles in a Christmas er-m-law and sister. Mr. and Mr :
bride i is: a member of t > : d bv Earl Chance,
". party with members of the Lottie W. II. Roger in Paholtee th.:
J = and Laurie :
Junior Clas.t Pahokee Hiir'' Rogreis. i
Moon Circle to attend as :guestanti week.
School and is a ma.i.irette in t t r meeting a recrea- ; .
n: mbeis of the Lucy Jon-sand ---
Pahokee High Scho'>1 Band ih. "as enjoyed in the ?:>- '!
; Gr.ii-e Jermsan Circles t..> act I)-. and MrL W Arm-tr-- :
won the title of Palm Beach County _Wrpf n-:: :ere games were played .
. :13 :: ''' ''''''''';O;. ::ace leti.r-ied ho-sie front a vunttii :-
-"'-Aliment .
were served.c
Beauty Queen in a beauty
) '< ,., MrPaul T'll-'iv! \\ .appoint-J : relatives! 11. Kont.uky. J'-
test in'f'!'>t I'alm Beach last! sum- | t.rl'IZ" were won by Billy .
tner. i I .'. ..: .!: .rid :l.lax'jJ"on.. i (''''11 i. ::tr''o! -.'- i ;:.ai; !p'-in: tr: : .: .."1,1, O':i >

Mr. Tucker la a graduateGeorgia .' I j{ : -.- - !

:\ Cul1('_f'. Mill-1 ?':::1. ; !1 H.\I"r'T ("I1n ("11 :.NOTITh's : :'

lgeville.. Ca.. and attended thUniveisity <. .. '>1MNO;: ;-:<;- .7'. .:_.t 111o Si'nday night. Rev. C. A. I i

of Georg'a in AthenThe -. 'I :> >t ;.d \ ) ) ';::Ar.:; ; !ki I Mote rg. pastor: of the First BaptU: I
co.iple are making their .. n . / .,, I Church i'f Pahokee will preach: ana
horn with his patents in Can<11) ',' > :ti } most timely subject. "The Dividing NOTICE

Point.Ir.:;. Tucker plans to continue I .. U2:!; .. ?i e i ;b j of P.tlestme.:' I* it Scipt'iral'

her education at the Paho- Will it work' What are the Bibl.I,

kee High School and Mr. Tucke- I boundaries of Palestine ? Will th '
will b< associated with his fathc- i'' \'a;1geJist To TellLife Jews return? Will the temple be.: ;.

in the cattle business. -ebuilt0 Whit are the Jews wait-i I \'e1't-'dolt telephone number
Story TonightKini.s o lag for? These and other question; :
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*sill be answered, all based:: '
Iobf'rtIaekpy of Pahokeo >t John D Hhame. con- God's upoi will he rotating. ;>!).>
Holy Word. In other worJ-.
and his brothers. Ralph and Raymond v'-. e... r.:: '..r.r .in,i professional -
what time is it ? That the speaker'mt i
Mackey of Lake Harbor returned boxer will tell his life story Fri- );
ht give justice to the ubject
to their hornet this week: day night: His subject will b*

from Lt'(,!'hur Ala., where they: 'For:' the P. -7f Rin,- to te: the usual with.preliminaries At the will mornir.g IK dispensed I This change ii is necessary in order

were called last week bv the leah Altar." In this message he will te.l
hour the ladies quartet will render -
of their father Morris Mackev. of one, of his ring; encounters anJotht I I to better
f> =lortion. The pof: wil:! serve our customers
r exretienrl's. Come 'arlf )r I

we are cxptiting a great crowd. preach.
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I Youill not want to mi""-!' this II I I
... Hialeach officials enjoved II
!I" = >! :air] !'!! (}".- life !'t.-.ry. \
Classified Ads chuckle when Trainer Ralph :\11'Ih'ain -
great clay i is planned: ftirSundav (
I : Beginning the day will V brought a motorboat in his : I .4v

1 Sunday School Roundup. Everybody shipment of horses from Aqueduct.
SEI'TIC: tanks' and grease traps who hasei attended the 'He could have u!se.1 it tn c-t I

cleaned and repaired.phone ( lurch rf the rCazt'er.e: is encour- J around the city: of Hialeah la"tr ,
3ST2: Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c >- nth.:' .
f> -erved Alun. .n
:.c-ed! l to att nd. At the elo-e of th-
I morning "t'n"jr"t' will have dinner charge: of stabling j jKnston.
I'Oi RENT: South ':: Section 14, -. -
on tht.nllntl"/ Don't miss! Christian Chevrolet
((2.11 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone thi- : a thermo setting plastic -

5' 1. Jlltf I The Sunday evening !"t'n.'icE",11, of crystal: clarity: made bI: *.

1'OK SALK: New Willys Jeep In- fie: fined service of this cam-i Goodrich Chemical 'ompam'
I : has been found to lie far fffitive Pahokee FloridaSinclairKirchman
'ait and that if more -
Walter Ashley Ca.ragin Rely : !n vo are sure you

Glade. Phone 12fi./ Jllc'i' j jAIOVKV j I":n'e' eTd R"V Rhanie. won will tan lithan-e-glvcenne "*- I

1 -int t.> 'te in this! service' to hear m<'nt standard for lfK vearin
: TO I.U.frum: ten to | ''''p.dins kmf" and fork handl I
hi!'" ring ai"' 'l'ly t'.e guitar a'' 1 onto I

twertv years, on improved farce preach the G"!spel in his i nnif1'! metal parts

land .Did cattle lanches. C.1.. |i wav.. I
Bailev. Phone 7O. Belle Glade. Lye: |I I
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Meat: Market Equipment $1750 i Teenage Tavern Is I

Call ;..1J or Fred Hickerson. Can- II Proving PopularThe

al Point. Fla. tf

Toil S\LK: 12 Buick Special Sodanette. Teenage Tavern sponsoredby Company
the Woman's Club :-n the clubhouse
in good condition.
Saturday night for
SHOO cash See Buddy Larrimore every
the entertainment "f teenagers" ia
after 4:30: at his home, Pahokee.
prong't'r popular with the
youth of Pahokee and Canal Point.

1.N'r Yoru TR.1'T/lt with me if Mr. and Mrs. James II. Wilson j Wholesalers of

you want to sell. I can get the have acted as hosts and furni.xhe i (

very best prices. 1... B. Cook PhoneslJ refreshments" at the Teenage Tavern .

! Belle Glade. DlPcn the last two Saturday: nigh' i,

- -- - -- -- and Mr. and Mrs: Fr ir.k Fne-d" .
roiJI.K:: Ford Truck KussiAn will lie hosts this Saturday night |

Jeep with dump body. In good :\luQ ic for dancing la t't';' w 1-

condition. C. A. Bailey Phone 70, furnished by the Pahok-o Hi'rri I

Belle Glade.I'OK r'1..1 Swing;:: Band Th averag' :, SINCLAIR
--- I attendance to date h \-= Ken "'"
s.\IK: 30 houses
: me room I
Bets and >v''s: The entertam- I
be moved. Just right for quart I I meet is free and all tee.tier: :: of
ers. 11500. C A. Bailey Phot. \." .
t ie Pa nk;>t'-r\nal Po -t -ea a-1

., Belle Glide.I'Illt | invit- to j.-in in the fur.
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Truck. goat l condition can b- \ PETROLEUM
seen south side of Jo'armt'rIar...- 1
et. Call 4741 Jess Klliott. E 53tcI. For West Palm Heach'

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. WEST PALM BEACH T hrowing ,'
her in the new directory. Christian I
Chevrolet.1'UR teams of Yali"d: Pt'n"yh.lnnu -- I

Vive: accepted an invitation
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SXI.K: 1 IV>v's.I> inch B-- t.- participate 1. i rr'<.:::att.

c 'd.'. in good condition and 1 on lake W.>-th. Janua >. 3 it uajannounce1 t I PRODUCTS

girls. :16 inch bicycle 3 months ol 1 I !:,t week.I'lanr.ed .

very reaoonahlo. See Rov: Pope at a* an annual e- -.* t' I

Coburn Hardware Canal Point race wall be limited to te! IA ,

..!:".':* f. .. the first year, but t.:.,
Piwisson said they contemplatfture .. !
expan*! *- - !i..fj.* '111 t'nationally "' DELIVERING; 1\ THE
outstandme: crews: m .a.
Iliptnea: + and 'I.: i1t1 er '1:1..1: tie m.dw.nterater carnival I .
in JianJ Your -.iMroa: Case the! LAKE OKEECIIOHEEAREA!
I ltegatta.: iwas! orcanlzed: H"
rlt!.: to crow u? free front fear: a r..n-l''fl' r'ern..rit:..-: a: W....:
of disease' \.*u.1ft h.,;p m.ik !' :
Palm Beach by a croup >f lead.: : :
your comnanit*. .1 heatthr: I'.H':
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i I it:7er< t. r Tt th.'n!
for them h, \ up-''''rinc v.>.i- tuht'riuIrtSK
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..'rk':1>: to>> t'r\dt; '11:1: : ll\ti ,1'0'. ri'OM.It
cae TH a di" tae () I

such: "t 1 II"I mf c::: I T!..' r'i:"\.L"r! w-et.rc: .f F-,"<,: aPerov A. E. KIRCHMAN Manager

young a4au! than c::' I :Mansfield P..-t <+O <, F., 1_

':'I' othdis'ase' rTit. j ; '..1.'dr llvdayStht:! '*''\* f ,

an..,.- 'Ytr'r s 1 cited!! In order that! merr* . :

WAr ;W :.. .'. i--.' U. .: Attend the Pa okeeIIlru! : Phone I 121:! I N.V.. !mh} =St.' & R. R. Rd.!

b Pb-I :uas !...,thall !game The rext r-''*".- :

:ala: I wilt l.. held Morilay !>,, 1I. -, i
Belle Glade; Terminal Hello (; Iuh: _'. FloridaFriday.
Cid >'o-j answer yoorChrijJir.as p m In tMoman's ch.bh" ,!s.

I Seal Lelfcr? I. ace rdtng to Dand B!**.'h ada"t ;-.t-

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Frulav December 3, 1947

Cinematic Chatter l'IIItlSTM.S PKOiiUAM

By Malcolm Millar Officers On SundayThe "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND The Sunday School of the First,
D. P. Smith of Canal Point
I CREATOR" is the subject of the I Baptist Church of PahoKeo will
r announces the engagement and ap
Woman's Society of Christ Lesson-Sermon which will be read conduct its Christmas program
There will never be a more famous I proachingmarriage of her daugter *-
ian Service of the Canal Point in Churches of Christ. Scientist "Wonderful Story" on Sunday
or better combination of Myrtle E. Smith to Aubry: C. =
Methodist Church will have its an- throughout the world on Sunday. December 21 at 7 00 P. M The
tars that the trio that are to appear Hitchcock son of Mr and Mrs
'nual Installation Service as a patof December 7. superintendents of the departments -
W P. Hitchcock also of Canal
on the screen of the Prince
Theatre Sunday-Monday of this the Evening Worship Service on The Golden Text is: "Every Point. The wedding will take under the chairmanship ot
Sunday at 730. The Society hasbeen the pastor will arrange the service -
week. The names and they are house is builded by some man place this, monthEXCELLENT .

great names in the amusement unusually active in the past! but he that built all things is ..

year and its services to ann .
God" Hebrews 3:".
field are Humphrey Bogart. -
through the church have been a
Stanwyck and Alexis Smith Among the citations which cori -- --- -
real blt'ssing.'e are sure that
and the picture is "The Two Mrs. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following Cadet Alfred Kahn. son of Mr
will want to join us in this
Carrolls." many from the Bible: "Thou art and Mrs Joe Kahn of Pahokee,
service that honorss our women
Bogart always a menace in worthy. 0 Lord to receive glory has been placed on the superin.
The president, Mrs. A. R. :
practically every picture that he Harrington retiring will be succeeded bvMrs and honour and power for thou tendent's list at Florida Military i Prince Theatre

has made in one of the most subtle hast created all things, and for thy Academy at St. Petersburg. ; I
C. L. Stuart who heads the
characters one could ever imagin pleasure they ale and were crea an academic average of 86 per- j
of officers.
Barbara Stanwyck is cast as new group ed" ( Revelation 4:11). I cent. I II

The December meeting of the The Lesson-Sermon also includ Pahokee Florida
the second Mrs Carroll and she isxc I i

<' "(llent in the part giving it Young Married Fellowship trill the following passage from tai: I I I I

bring the group together for a Christian Science tt'xth.'nk. "Sci
everything she knows in the art I :

of tense drama. I IJIf.xis Christmas':: party with the Brad ence and Health with Key to th'Scriptures' 'w.

Hands and the Pete Hollons a; I Baker .I .n Sunda>'-Monda>-. Dec7S
by Mary
Smith, beautiful and talntl. i I .
hosts for the The \' f ... ,. .r.
\: makes the bo st of her fine evening par "CRE.-\TOR. Spirit: Mind: int'lig.nc :- ..- ;.r_ -.: '
vhich starts at S P. M on Monda". ,r:
the ,: _
: animatingIHv: :
role in this picture bringing .. y'C i
of her clev ernesinto her work Dec S will feature a Christmas Principle of all tha ti* real an t... .t:" .. __ .} i

and turning in the kind of p<"-- drawing with the fellows bringing '- good: self-existent Life. Truth ..:. -,; "The Two Mrs.
: .. r.- c'"
gift for "gal" and the ga' ; !
fmmance that one brands as truly a a and Love: that which is perfo

aitistip. bringing one for a fellow. the gifts: and eternal: the opposite of matter JVE OUT TD Carrolls"

By all means see this suspon'ftil I not exceeding ::51. A barrel of fun and o\il. which h'1nn Pi"tiple Till "rou'osi! i.l fin: S pr t'es'ti t

drama of mn and women in th-. is in store for all. In the business I : God. who made all that was' yet S.t't'mt'n: :tn:> die ot Ttt

greatest! of all drama. the drama I session, the officers for the coming made and could t not create a.1 a >i.ir This ja a n iilltwa-.. -with-

of life and the fear of doath Remember -I year will he clocted Officer since' atom or an element the oppositeof of I life A nationwideanii .< n

it will be shown this Sun- last January have been Bill Johnson I Himself" (5nli: 'ar.. >;.- Hnmpt11'l'Y l gll'art.!

dav-Mur.div: at the Prince Th'atr. I president and Riots Pears.Fo -- -. ei-o ,s carded .m !hy tu'xi! >- i I ilI'1o.I: St.umyekAlexis

Soeou at the mo'il's1:11.. <' ry-Trf'aurf'r. Miss:: :Mabel: Fletcher 1'brann I1s';.ii'lations (rnnll'nst.u.; r -

---- The Sunday Soho.il Christmas:; at Florida State University has !UIIYo! .! can t.i.n it!:,' .' Smith

Party will bo 1 held in the church j'leturred to Tallanas titter r. :against:: TIJ

Living Pictures In on D<-(','mher 23 it 7 P.1.. B *U-r I \'j"it'ith her parf'nt.s.Ir.. an 1 Cuy and Use Ch-ishrci. 5 -. :

keep the date clear Mrs. R P. Fletcher, in Pihokf*.
Christmas Program I .. I
The Di-tritt Conference of th
-- Miami Area of the Method
The Christmas program of the
I Church will be held Bryan Mniornl I
"ahnk Piront-Teachor Association -
Ch'irrh. Coconut Gron
which will: bo presented in th ".
I' Thrrsdiv. DPI 11. "he Oon(oren- I
high: school auditorium <.n Monday. I
begins at f> .\. M and will close at i i iI
D;?c. S at S p. m. will be of unusual -I i "Ohb/
i P.\1. Those who httht" opHtr'Mnitv -
interest t<> pir"nts' an.11frit'nIL'

ft.... 5,11101.The 1. tl: represent: the local

church at the conference will. b"
,-Y-i"M $h.v: >r is: 'lniq.l'"
c:H- Charge Lay Leader: D. I.. .
in that the Christmas scenes will
IM TJ' I' Hooks the Woman's Society presdent > I I'S
depicted by living pictures o i'v ,
; of the past \'" ai. M -, .\. II.
solemnity and beauty of the !
HllringtonIYIo: : ; pr. *id. it E'- JJflJ
Christmas season! will bo further
wo("l Dart: District Stew'.ml.! Bi'l)
portrayed bv the musical' chonn
I Johnson. Chinch School Sup't MV .
which will accompanv the living
\T'x"on: Treasurer A. K Har-
pictir, '-. 'r..111; work has gene
ington Official Deleate.; arMr "
into the preparation of the pr .- ;
an.1Ir'f.' Frank \\ Jsnnt: ,
gram and a large attonclincemgod : is
ternttf'Slr:: F.C. Cross and l

Mrs. P B. Kepp The pa tor will
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IV Tiir <.Ift( 1'1" ('01'IIT OP' TUPHfTFfNTII stay. for the Missionary Instituteon to
.H'Illf Ml. ClltCl'fT OF
..flIUU\. ISSU JOIt VMM: Fndav .
ill:\('ii rot'ST\. Tht'l.y.Jo.:: .. which meets ea'n -
ill \\( tlt\ NO. :23.XAIIRFNE .
at 7:3O. ;
: BALIOU Thursday is prepin-g a

Plaintiff :Minstrel Shov for the near futurs

"5. The Junior Fellowship is cio'vin,*
GEORGE p WII Dr. et HI t
rVfencT-.. : constantly Its membership:: tiny '

NOTICI- F s \I.r. totals 25 with 21 prevent last \ / \ '
NottCf Is h"r..bIh..n iiiiclfr and bvlrtu 1,
\ <'f It Final I"),Tn-o rendered in I week The boys and mil ar,'

th<- Circtitt Court of the Fifteenth making Christmas (Cird: : M ar\'-
Jud.ral; Client <.f Florida In Palm -1-1s
irs block linoleum for Print: n :
U> In that certain cauI I
_ _
on It"I iQ47 wherein Irene'Biilliiii h ___ Y

Is the plaintiff and neorv-e p.

Wildet: als. are defendant i' Bible Class Shows I
hate iFAtprf upon the following d'

tailed real' property slfute" IMnn and II| Increased Attendance\ p
iH-lmr In Palm Reach (Count Florida -
and will "sell the vpnie at public nutcryIn s dcY . '
front of the Co-irt House Door InWet I ,.., r Norkin1hat'
An appreciable! morea in th' mY
Palm Peach Florida. during!/ th-
hfr; hours "f ale on ttoi' tar ,tanuirt \ attendance of the Pai kee M 'n'* su,,do""- and
\ t> 1 Bible Classas the joy of th- nines.
far each to-wlt back
t.1 -- ?4 fnd "S Hatter: CSrootman :\Membership.. President C. Pnfen the whole and
Suht.lI\"1< n IVrartench! FlorIda. 'un.nQ thebut hO"
\\ anti his loan captains finished for
elnc a part of let R. 1)'lrRn"8I"h.. ,. t head
Florida! located in Section 9 Township These mop thank t<> their enthusiastic ""' 2'm 90"no

46 SouTh. n8n11 East tjpw
leadership are playinga hapPY
Peed at cost of purchaser 1 m dtirl' that
.'OllN MOORFiiecla most important put in trt" .I"y, -She

: Master maintaining and upb'i'Uhng! of the 01 lAX eecr
I. II Prannonsolicitor '
for Plaintiff. work stalled five years s.igo T1members Plow into PtentY thO r rtfi

Novd Iliiturnt: are due much conmendiT' + ," 0 p9
IV'P.e,<-h FlnrtdaPubli.hDe.cmrcr "; quit.e
for this splendid: conti"red: ,
\ yOU
> 12 19. 26 ; Scots
-- - interest over co long a pE"riod.
IS -p n/ ''HI'IT lOIKr (n' TillIIIIIIMII ;
Perhaps the first contribution
> \. "\ \MI nut 1'\1'1 this program has made to th-' .
III \('II ( 01'NfVH t
church is the supplying necessary -
(' \\< MV' \" :311! ,:; 11\ ' \ \ \ ,
PAtT F f.RINOtF fidHFfNOH manpower for farultof the / ;. ,
( ,
Sunday whool: The present superintendent ;
:" J. \\'illcinlO" and -l

vs. ass< oiate II. 1.. J"ud,1n1.'lth a !Of"* offrinSWP ", . -- -
rHr"p': .1't\co't= and TH :
number of teachers are th"
I'F'\R JOhVSOht. m.
1 -
-.1f. eructs of this class >t to *"."'1 ta f
n. m
r...!.....,....... J N
MUM( or \I tX the other IP the making ttz

'1',' '. ;,. .?'.., ...*? ,,. .4a-d jT A most cordial in\ t.n ::4 -x- .\ *. \ .
Tlrtn" ..f f" ,a' Decree rendered In 't ;
n il' /j ;
tended to all unaf:'iat >\ m.t! )
the Circuit Ci 'irt ot the fifteenth .
JtKllral Cfru't of Florida In Palm attend and join th's class w1tr t,.h -: ) )

peach Cotint\ in 'h.t certain C.UMon -..SundiV4 at .4*>. F1:1..w..his; II \ -. 1'h, r-) '
November 1' 1947 m'tie'eln Paul E ( 1' -
Orlnle et al" rf plaintiff.. and (Chr'- lItH .." n.!.-.'''' P.,;!:! Read n I i :;?. \ ;:: : .

bin Johnson .e! ,ala are <1e'.ndantT. Class:: Quartet will s.ni.. TV: t.'af'i ..d', .
ha'e If' pen the .oUowlne d.-I i ..: \ .-. '
nrri--* '".. -vtT "" "af" !\trcbrtt ard I fT Ktv C A M K rg w'l 1 1'! pre *r* \ -, Jf /
!1' n, Bench C.nirt\ !':,'r: . ('f\ # -
.) .te 1, :-si". Fl ..\ 'rt: K. '- .a tlpeaideat !- PM
pet. . ', f .. .TO'. nt "*tb": ." .'-('n J; ..... ,,'. /
e < .rt Hoir+e Po' ':1 .J
V t. .-b> w:.->rid* dln'e .: 'I'e _e_ - ,. 74' )

., .. .-. "-*,: the"n ilthet U.11daT. and.JantlaI'w-t n\iMN<; "d ..OHI. \"f--' :;J'.1-: 4o"

h to-wtt Of'9 .,- 7-J': "'
,*: I t>i 11'1 -v .- .
R .
Block to Re ubd'-!
s,...th ': Of n vfc 3g ,?d :'-t: .! o 3o p i: a tt'r.n: : cho..,1 I "'<;: ;

... ' .n.11 North 'i of "1.vlrJ9: i for \o'"g: peopl'or) r 11 \'?arC ('of ZC .
of ""t.,.v a< *+nr at>e'-. 'n
...... "yoIr .- ....... ... ......-'. .1 I 1II1'f' 'RI t.' held at t-v Pahok'First .

the C'.-tf .** f:m." Ce ni :f Methodist hlir'h Miss! ila-.
,V-i R..< '!,! r.-ida 1; ,
Peed at ct of p-irc 4avrTEIFP 1 K < :itr:: ,!,*>' torf 'v'ip-.r! I 'N" fI IBTfDShelley ( BY

uncntr edvjrat:oat t:'e First ..th\-: '

Special! Uat 1 I II in Tamp. will act a> traIT .

s ,..tt..tl-wnnon-- -,. ". :::: .!! '. ?.,.. ..! tt..a srhnnl 1I' cu't' ..dt I Connell

0'yd 0" !!'., ..... t. ..,, ., .- "
. .. : \ 1- \ :
"" ., pr, .
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r.s ::f -.s \'. t r. BELLE ..1-A LI FlAPage

December 5, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Pmnt. Florida Page Seven

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of the most serious traffic accident problems utiQiiestion..
I ably is the pedestrian says State Motor VMcle Commis
sioner George H. Asbell.

Of 641 motor traffic fatalities during the last complete :year
195, or 34%, were pedestrians, a higher death rate in that
classification than was shown in the previous year's record.

At least 159 more people will be killed by automobiles in
M Motorist- Florida this :year during the fatal months of March, Aprilr.
and May. Of these 54 will be pedestrians if the latest rec
ord prevails. The indications are that fatalities will be even
; MAKE greater. 7 out of 10 of these deaths will occur at night and
i : SAfE-DRIVING three-quarters of them will be walking or crossing in a way
; A HABITOBSERVE to contribute to their own deaths.

:I This is a timely warning! Be alert to traffic hazards when

: i you are a pedestrian. Cross at properly designated crossings.
Don't rush out from between parked cars in the middle of
the block. Never walk against the light. On highways walk to
\, the left, facing traffic.

!R ALL Ifs your life at stake. Walk safely-live longer


I Prepared by the Associated Da Gen
cf Florida the Florida Press Association
,and the National Cc.,serv* COUNTY COMMISSIONERFriday I
tion Bureau! at a nuktc tcrvlc: *. .



Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Fi 'U.lY. D.'L.Jt.'r: ">. 19j"

Belle Glade Golden- I :Mrs. Frank Colson %.:.;,;>C}ClSi, >S >CV<::>tr: Li, <:>S::>{ . ' ". ....,>Kt>"t> C}a<:>< >iYti:U ti:. }S

Heads WSCS Pahokee :::
(Continued fi,'un page 11> :iay'v

Kl'.vood Dart. Cheer leaders who i,! -lies. J. Flank Colson; was eKed *- V::: We Offer Xt : :
purled l the team on for the las: |l
Doris I president of the Panokee ou- SPECIAL!
time Monday night were
Harper, Gwnette Reeves and Denice an's Society: of Christian Si rvit.: < : Tire Prices : :
Gamot. all members of th % at the annual election of officers 1 YKr"
Senior Class. and Christmas program held in <*!
the First Methodist Church Monday AK1
Pahokee \1.1 Pos. Boll G. 11.4)Scott < : >

Wroten Johnson LG LT LE Fear KelsoBurke coming Other afternoon.year officers were chosen Mrs. John for the A. py. 600 x 16 $10.99 Plus Taxy::a:y

Diilany. vice prE'sidentIrs.. I;. F.
Caruthers C McDonaldLeathers' "
Baker .. ... ". RG Hurt recording secretary: Mrs. ,l.v> .\NI) M>1'U OLD M la: {ra

\Voodhara . UTHK _. CastcauxCone Arch Blakey. corresponding set riv
Johnson retary: Mrs. I.J. Frasure. Jr.. s> These Nationaldyertised Tires to ''hoo.e from : c:>

Gilh .}B Il.tnoli: treasurer: Mrs. I. M. Lair spiritual Kv \ "1.

Carr HI HR? CunninghanlCnndl Dento.i dill life mission chairman study: Mrs chairman D. D. Ca Mrs.l- :.> U. S. Royal Firestone Gates Y:

T. H. Abbey Christian social relations -
Sims: FB Leathers
: chairman; Mrs. R. B. Sirnonson. : :
Scoring;: ry *
Bell- Glade 07701! supplies chairman: Mrs. T. Kelley-Springfield
L. Burns literature and publication -
Pahokee 0 0 7 0- 7 vc. try
Chairman Mrs. B. KHiott. ..
: .. ..
Scoring: Belle Glade touchdowns -
Cunningham 2: poins young; people's work chairman: .;Y(; AT LAST IT IS HEKE Y
Mrs. G. B. Ramey. children'svok<<
after touchdown. McDonald, 2. ; TIn I.O AU.ITEU :
chairman and Mrs. E. F. Cusi-: ;>
Pahokee touchdown Connell:

point after= touchdown Scott. The at man.V the new church officers:CS: on nursery will Sunday.be chairma installed Dec. 7., u. S. Royal"A.MKKICAS Master :::r::

STATISTICSB.. G. Pah following the morninsr worship service 4 p c:>
with Rev'C. T. Howes .;: : rOKKMOxT SAFETY TIKE"
First! downs M.l I "r>
as installing officl'r.Irs.. J. ::
Yards pained rushingand tv' V
Elliott chairman stave the reportof I
passing 223; 11)1:
Passes! tried 12 1.1 the nominating.ommittee.. ivv> Y
Passes completed 5 3 Mrs. D. D. Caudill.etiring pre-'I' } In 1939; I pioneered the competitive retail tire business {:>
ident. gave a brief report on theyear's a,
Fumbles Passe intercepted by 4 2 2 5 work accomplished by the: = in this section. I met big town priC'eIy: policy noi i is :r'v
and Mrs. I. J. Fras-Mre. Jr. .Yc1.
Opp. fumbles penalties recovered 55;2 33:1Yards >> treasurer, reported that th', local.j' the same as it was then "Give every customer the very ..:

\\' CR raised $1.373.71 to carr':. 01 .
--- >
the work during! the year. In' iv.- | : best deal! in the book, every customer satisfied customer. ?:
Mr. and Mrs. (;. M. Relk and son i...} c :.-
half of the organization Mrs. D..I''V. | "
spent Thanksgiving with his Cunningham. Christian social i -.l 9> Paul Sa:set )>
I'art'ntIr.' and Mrs.V.. J. Belk'i( relations! chairman presented Mrs. eve v
in Miami. They were C. T. Howes the pastor's wif'. v .
by Mr. and Belk's brothers F. L.I with a check for $100 as a Chn t- ::: :*::

B -lk of Anderson. S. C.. and S. mas gift. l. Need Seat Covers? Come by andSpecial see our . . t
r '
Belk ( tong Inland, Calif woo The Christmas program. pr- -1 V ir>
have ren" their house guests. -=or.t,'d! hv Mrs. E. L. Pope, prorram ..:
i ..chairman included the singing {Y }
iI -I' $ it.f>5
I of two Christmas carol h- :aC,7: up : :
:\Irs. O. P. Carpenter: !">. D'

GUARD YOUR HOME : Pj dc I 'tt and Mrs. Ralph Crimes a \\ 1-: FIT ANY ( sill Hill (!LUTI'o: n TO M>NKWe c:
No home Is safe from tuberculosis devotional study of "The Spirit of h a
until every home la safe.A I Christmas" h\- Mrs I. M. Lair and {.}
communicable disease, tuberculosis the reading "Tale of Christmas"from V Vh
may be spread by one per Lf'w'a1l.i'e's boo--. "Ben t>
son in the fanny to another, by the exclusive :Manufacturer's
Bur bv Mrs. D. D. Caudill. <> announce distributorshipof *:!
one worker to others In the plantor
office. Christmas Seal funds hour Following was enjoyed the program in the recreation a social .e?. the finest seat covers made. We are pleased to offer . . :>

support health programs room where there was a lighted .ei v

member to protect of the every tree used and in dE'coratingthf'the Christmas tea motif table-wa {} Simp Ion Royale s svv

community dread againstthis disease t Mrs. H. Williams presided a_ : : Tutunty Satin Twill :;:

the punch bowl and Mrs. Max Beverly -
To safeguard: your
home Join the cam and Mrs. Curtis Chase assisted !' .:s. VAT DYKU l'I\NTir IIKAIIN(; ATKK ItKI'KLLANT: .:!
with the serving.Oldsters a
pain against tuber -- .---.-
culopls! : : : :
Euy and Use Christmas Seats Should {v} $19.95 to $45.OORADIATOR r

File For Benefits <: V 6

---- A
i1a> i1Ce >
H. C. Gehrken Jr. :Manager of
the West Palm Office of the Social

rids HOW FOLKSHATETO persons Security who administration hays reached urges the age aU) *: : :.:r riv

HAVL OPERATIONS of fto: file applications for ol jcJ.
eo HOW -fHEV -foALK + |x IT lll".Tl'. POOK i LIKE .
I age benefit H stressed the importance ,
< A&OU1fHtM : of workers establ.ng! <:> lilt KMXTKOMXTH: : NEt: TKAI.I/HK: ":>

." .; AFfER -THEVH.ixini. their eligibility for .-oeialcuntv! cis t...i
:;, HAVE 'EM.I J I hentifits and pointed ou!. "Our r-"- .. 85.95Auto .:.
search unit e>' tnnate> that only :5 .
1' per cent of those eligible to retie' i j, t Ev E #_a...
<" '
are wealthy enough\ not to need !social .
tJ1 security benefits: that <>:> p-M < susa
....v. : cent may have enoughixmp* ;V I I.

...V; I the ate of t.tn: live comfortably. : [ ;*:a: Radios $42.50 to $125 4 4YS :
with thoid: 1 of their vial "t"' urit-- j
.. .1.'i"Y .- ,/ j.ix-ments, and that the ren'uni..;'- i i3rt t.s

' /1 / r,'r cent need help in additi mi.j tir r. i iii.rlllt: : \\U I'Iln.(4) ,:
\/f l"i.r.rf to their benefiL." t ..... '.. ... ,.' ),J' I Some of the advantages to per'suns i iys i.f
__ A
< iair .
G.. years of age or older w:: t r .
: your car serviced by th I flue applications prior to actual r.'- I II
right planis .+s<< impoitant aI "' tirt'm.1t'. < lt Th. > applicTT; :
I > Insecticide Bombs KJ.JIX !
I ay the right d.>t'tnr tar aiop will be given an official ..ward' ; ):
<*I II
I form !'ho.ingthE' ar"ount of !11S' .
:.it vn. Let liS ke p your carr I .
. .w i 1:1: I IMXIPJ/ duties I acrretl monthly retirement ;<->: I 1"11.1... I 1.11.". \IIIIl X io\( nix.Accessories ntIIIH: Co.... 1"1". e(
; nit: i t"i: If the \\.'rker b.i ni.'? = c ..
\\ .-n \ I..Ft'1. : th' ..' .
:rep ">'oye4l: tn- tirar.ce benefits cir: ta, f"-- 41.
; ' '. \ 'a :' ; > ,
.1 1 .tart.'ii simply bv his signing i
: ." ;,' ." ' 'ir '!' '::.'nt. .3\ Making applut"i:: F R E E.
,1 IlAKE- . >. r-tirement t' < ..<>t fir ; <: : : i : I :g;

t'- i'V': ..4C. I. (..
in .101
XI-\IK: ri.i 0" .
-' ..t,, W"k. '...'.'l'. :': <::> i I\11111o1': i 1..1. I ''(i-il tube tfi\i'n "FUKKitli \\ f: H; \

SHORE . ", {+. 10.. 11..111.| ... I ,11... < \ ; rei' *.
ill\ earrings .I-t r iSs :
MOTOR ca :. l!! t,. -i....i 11: {::. 11\111.1"111'" \\ tinpiTibiiM" } oi'HM'd a t 1.\' "I; I ...11 r i't'

-.... ,.,.. '.': tt: "J '-:1: '.:-. ., : 11..i1\.. .. ; ( till ; \ 'i.PAUL'S ; '.
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