The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 24, 1948
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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RECENT II I i I The Everglades News Extends Best


OPERATIONS. ;I Wishes For A Very Merry

By Rardin I .

wish I knew enough words

with enough meaning to sen I

Christmas greetings to every per- o e
son I know. Then too there arc a

lot of folks I don know who hay,

been nice to me in more ways than

one, and. I want them to get a

t friendly greeting at this glad yyl:*-
tide season. There are so many

things for which to be thankfui

and listed high among them are

two Health outstanding and One my wouldn'tbe mind: New Airport Work Rardin LieutColonelOn Parties And Social Gatherings Mark

Gov. Warren Staff
any good without the other. So. I

at this Christmas season of 1948 Making ProgressWilliams Christmas Season In The EvergladesSocial

think the simple wish of "Merr County Commissioner Paul

Christmas" will express what is on Rardin has been named a Lieuten-

my mind. It surely is a sincere and Stockton. Miami ant-Colonel on the official staff of activities in these parts freshments were served to 32.

wish and sincerity is something contractors successful bidders on have been at a feverish pitch for Miss Patsy Elliott entertained at

which cannot be overlooked in this the new Glades-Palm Beach Coun- the incoming governor. Fuller the past several days with residents the Elks' Hall Tuesday night with

day of burly-burly everyday living. ty Airport on Bacom Point movedin Warren. In appointing the Canal scurrying here and there to a dance party honoring member

. last Thursday and started work Point newspaper man Governor- round after round of parties. It of the Pahokee High School football -

Young Coleman's Heavy earth moving machines and Elect Warren wrote: "I shall con seems that just about everyone squad members of the Senior

: bull dozers have completely changed gave some kind of party in celebration Class and college students homeon
aider it an honor if you will acceptan
Body To ArriveIn the looks of Bacom Point where of the Christmas season vacation. Music was furnishedby

SavannahThe the new airport is being built. honorary commission as lieu- We can only list a few. an orchestra from West Palm
tenant colonel on my official Beach. The hostess was assisted by
Several old buildings used as Prior to the close of school last
staff. her parents.. :Mr and :Mr. B. Elliott.
Friday afternoon for the holiday
body of Pvt. Eliaha E. Coleman quarters by the Johnson will be Rardin said he had written the Pahokee Members of the Mary :Marth
vacation the children of
Jr. who wa killed in action floored in the nest few day in Incoming.governor that"1t wouldbe and Canal Point schools.Were en- Circle First Methodist WSCS. en-
In France on Dee 3. 1944. is being order not to retard construction and honor"to
a genuine pleasure tertained at various class parties joyed a party at the home of Mt.
shipped to Savannah. Ga.. for interment efforts of the contractor. One air- His official -
accept appointment. given by room mothers and teachers and Mrs. J .T. Boynton Friday
according to word received plane hanger owned by Victor L.
certificate of
appointmentwill Decorated trees were the cent- evening. Contests were played and
and another owned by Z. A.
from the War Department Geiger
arrive in Canal Point soon
carols with Mr.
er of attraction and gifts were ex- were sung Boynton -
Tuesday by his parents. :Mr. and Geiger will be moved immediately,
after the first of the year. the children.In in charge of the entertainment. -
:Mrs. E. El Coleman of Pahokee. according to word from the count . .- changed among .
under whose direction keeping with a longestablished -
engineer's office
FJiaha was a graduate of Paba- Farewell For Mrs. C. T. Jackson hostess
the airport is being built. Party custom the various churches of was
Class of 1940.
kee High School asked 1 Pahokee and Canal Point conducted at a party for members of Sl.Martha.s .
Several aviators have The Libharts
and received a BS degree at the Tony
Guild held at her horn
and Christmas
parties pro-
of Florida in 1943. questions about landing fees stor- I
for the entertainment of on Monday night. Gifts were r--
Funeral arrangements will be announced age costs and various and sundryother Mrs Wiley Tillis and Mrs. Geo grams
air- the children of their Sunday changed from a decorated tree
with the
fees connected I
later.Health B. Ramey entertained at Mrs. I!
The Pahokee Senior Girl Scout
fees will be worked out schools These parties were held in
. port. Ramey's home Sunday evening j I I'
Troop enjoyed a party Tuesdayafternoon
the aviation director and the church auditoriums on even-
farewell party
with a surprise
Unit DirectorTo of this week and. of cours- ; which featured a cook
the county commission and announced ings
Mr. and Mrs A. C. LiV
honoring cut at the home of Mrs 11. M M --
the climax at each of these affairs
of time before'
PTA plenty who soon to
Be SpeakerProgram hart are moving
Intosh the of
the arrival of Santa Claus followed by serving
of the field.
completion North Florida where Mr. Libhart
with bag overflowing with treatsof refreshments at the home of Mrs.
Chairman Osceola Up- One site has been designated bv will assume his new duties as supervisor a
fruit and nuts for the O. R. Bleech.
thegrove of the Canal Point PTA' the county and CAA for hangars. of the State Hospital at candy
kiddies. Members of the Everglades Business -
raid yesterday that Dr. Burton F. These of course will have to meet Raiford on Jan 1.
Austin director of the countv certain and definite specification The Christmas motif featuring The Philathea Class held a partyat and Professional Woman'aClub

health unit has been invited to ad- 'Plans will available later. arrangements of poinsettias and the First Baptist Sunday school bizarrely dressed as comic

dress members of the group at the I' . floor baskets of gladioli, was used building Monday evening with i rtnp characters held their annual

to be in decorations Homer J. Clause l n! members of the losing team in the Christmas party at Cypress Lodg
regular January meeting AvailableAt contest actingas Tuesday night. The lodge wasbeautifully
3rd Auto Tags in the singing of carols with Mrs recent membership
held on Monday exchanged decorated for the affair
H. C. Graham at the piano. A hostesses. Gifts were
Dr. Austin fa a forceful speaker Lake Shore Motor of farewell and a gift among members and Mrs. B. A. and gifts were exchanged from adecorated

and citizens of Pahokee and Canal -r message honored with a showerof tree. Hostesses were
prevented to Mr and Mrs. Bowers was
invited to hear 1949 Automobile tags are available was leJ Mrs Viol Point are cordially B. Elliott in behalf of the gifts; Mrs H. C. Graham Mrs Hazel Chastam.
him tell of the wonderful word in Pahokee in the office of th*I of friends present Dr. B. A. in the playing of games and re- Hall and Mrs Doris Sasser

now being done by the recentlyorganised Lake Shore Motor Company j I croup Gifts were lass exchanged from
the er.
'Bowers led in pra>
county health unit in (Dodge and Plymouth) on Thurs- assisted '>\ a decorated tree at a party hell by
The hostesses were
Palm Beach county. Mr Upthegroe day. Friday and Saturday of each i Mrs H. J. Clause and Mrs A. E. Santa Brings ManyGifts members of the Gertrude Shiriw

and members of the PTA we k. according to an announcement of Circle First Methodist \\SOS. at
Morgan with the serving To
for th* Tax Collector Stetson O. E. L. Mon-
urge a large attendance by !shments of fruit cake and caf- the home cf Mrs Pope
meeting. Sproul On MondaTuesday and Mr an lMrs dAy night Mrn Pop was avsiste I
Other were visitr-1
fee. guests )
. Wednesday the taps' are available! and dauht..r.Stella ; Clam On person with the entertaining by Mm \\'.
Homer Barnes club yesteday
Pabokec Rotary
in Belle Glade. Mr. Sproul said. EHsworh the E. Pole and Mrs Glen Ablinj
and Mr*
Sue. Mr distributed presents -
Old Barn ReplacedBy January 15 is the deadline for Effie Lou and at noon The Senior Methodist Youth Frl-
Keen and children. from the handsome! Christmas
New One Pahokee purcrasng tap*. ,Buddy. Mr and Mrs \\-. A. Keen tree which decorated the head lowship group enjoyed a barbecue
. Pahokee churc-j
the la.1of
and Mrs
and daughter.; Vera. table Elmer Jones harl-workinz i

Another eyesore-the old cit:>. Young McIntosh Is H. I* Speer. Dr. and Mrs .L. W Rotarian. wa in charge of the : Tuesday: evening following thpAckag1r.g
the smaller
of treat for -
barn next door to the Pahokwaterworks *-* Armstrong Mr and M-s E. J 'program and personally contacted

-has been razed. All Staff SergeantKenneth and Mrs H. J Ande"- Santa Claus to see ttit:: fee made children Mr,. L. J. Fraser art..J&It

useable lumber in it has been savaged jll'n.Ir.. and Mrs G. M Belk. Mr th* visit to the club boctrs'
Mr .. Mrs Lewis Friend was hostessat
and tired in construction of I McIntosh son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Baldwin -

a new. city barn in the Friend sub' and Mrs Ham M McIntosh oJPahoke Josh Crews.' Mrs B. A Bowers H. K. McCoy, formerly of Titus a Christmas and birthday party

is home from Military Elliott. C. A. Batch*!.M>. Beach has assumed honoring rr daughter, Cindy *t
hvi!ion, according to Street Supt. *. Mrs. B. vine and Daytona
Marvin Cow art. Academy at St. Petersburg for Rev, A J Lively U iley T\lU'I.' G. his new duties as freight their home on Bco Point Kaa-J

The new barn in the new loca- the hohdavs Before leaving for B. Ramey and Ms*, Phoebe Ann and express agent at the Pahoke-. Saturday afterrxxnMr .
the Frond* and Mrs Orin S. Bator Jr...
McIntosh (hes station of
tion gives the otmuch more Pahokee young Rame Canal Point
room for equipment storage ai '! seven yeas old) was informed by . & Eat Coast Railway Co H L mere hosts Thursday right at ,
had been j- MEET who served a* local FEC r Christmas. party and tsrbeeu. ob-
a place also to store road and his superiors that he a .BO\RDTO Carter
street material The major portion vanced to Staff Sergeant an advancement I The executive board of the U 5CS art for the past year asked fo- erred annually by a group of

of the work wag done by ci+y brought about by Ws in Pahokee will meet Monday and received a transfer to night friends for the! pout ax years. C fts

forces under the direction of MrCowart. diligence of study and excellencein ;afternoon at 3 p. m. at the hone duty at tie Pahokee-Canal" Point were exchanged.: Qevenwere ewpls

military curriculum ,cf Mrs. Hugo Boe 'station. ln''''te


Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday December 24. 1943


Circle In PahokeeMembers
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region TIRE TROUBLES-.
Bring us
your j I
Established 1924 Published Every Friday of the SimonsonLairCircle

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance First Methodist WSCS. con- I Tires are our business, any size, any I II
ducted their annual Christina
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Poet Office
L party-at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I type to fit particular need.
I In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter H.J.Anderson Monday night.
Featured on the program of entertainment -
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
: was a mock radio I
.. I broadcast in which Mrs. J. R. York PAUL'S SERVICE STATION
Fuller AnnouncesHis occupy the first rows of chairs. acted as announcer. Mrs. York Interviewed .
i The Pastor will bring a message of Santa Claus who was CANAL POINT FLORIDA -
Sunday Texts"On special concern to the young people impersonated by Rev. C.T.Howes; I
on "Spiritual Commencement". Mrs. L. W. Armstrong read 'Tues-
Taking a Spiritual Invec- Those playing musical instrument dav Morning Headlines Mrs. R.
tory" will be the New Year's serm- are invited to aid in the service. A J. Schroder gave a fireside chat 01 Miss Frances Howell of Cherry I Miss Nell Dunaway is spending
on message of Rev. Ralph Fullerat current expense offering will he "How to Manage Your Husbandat Point. N. c.. is the holiday guestof the holidays with her sister, Mrs. I
the 10:50 service at Canal Point taken. Those who can help move Christmastime;" Mrs. M. P. her mother. Mrs. W. A. Howell I Grace Van Landingham and MiSJ
Methodist Church Sunday.The chairs and firewood report at Hflman gave a poem version o*. and aunt :Miss Elizabeth_ Caraway. Sara Dunaway. in Valdosta. Ga.
evening service will follow Sunday School building at 4 p. m. Dicken's "Christmas Carol." and 1-
the form of a Galilee service at Sunday. Mrs. Arch Blakey and Ids "J rsM.r
Sunset Beach Canal Point. sea Frances Howell sang the them'?:
This win be a service for all with Mrs. MaribeUe, Rawla will seen 1 song The Old Gray Mare The 1 '; Frtotnw iere: "I sit:' 6yJoe: Marsh -
special emphasis upon Youth. All Christmas with her mother Mrs. program was Interrupted from .
youth from 12 to 25 are asked to Roe Rives in High Springs. time to time by "commercials'
almost as corny as those actually
heard on the air. t'. Dutch Miller's
I Christmas music was sung by a
male quartet composed of R. J. Back In Uniform
Schroder T. L. Burns Ronald
Watson and M. P. Holman. by a
ladies quartet. Mrs. C. T. HoweJ. After tea dart tail*dry.Dutch helping to keep this nation strong
125 Fuller Brushes Sunday .I Mrs. O. D. Carpenter Mrs., R. F. b back i* vnif--. I d mt mean bolstering the forces of democracy -
Hurt and Mrs. T. L. Bums, and Amy khaki or Navy Mae-bat a that guard our freedom.
75 Fuller Brushes Monday I by a mixed quartet. Mrs. C. A. different uniform that's every bit And in their war of life tea
Shive, Mrs. L. J. Fraser C. r. as patriotic and Americas they are champions of freedom.
Howes and Ronald Watson. Mr Blue jeans and a denim shirt 'Trmfcrmte folk who enjoy a mod
: and Mrs. Duncan Padgett were in '
when for work around the yards and erate glass of beer-bat DeTer
of the entertainment.Gifts .
I charge barns; stout boots for tramping quarrel with those who prefer .
were exchanged from a through the fields; and a straw cider.Tolerant people who fight to
"The Fuller Brush Man"Is I.I I. decorated were tree.guests.Mr. Husbands. of members hat when the sun gets high-a the bitter end against oppression
4. uniform you see from Maine to and intolerance. From where I sit
I : and Mrs. Wendell Hams Texas, Iowa to Alabama.It's a credit to America!
shown at the and daughter. Faye. and John' the uniform of an army-
I Strickland of Belle Glade will bo the'great army of American farmers 8ce q/
i the dinner guests of Mrs. Harris's who,by their productivity are
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Clause
Prince Theatre -- --
i j Chnstmaas Day.
I Copyright 191::.Unite Slates Brewers foInez /; wtis .

Sunday-Monday, December 26-27 '

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MUCH JOY Majella Harrison L. M. Mullis C. H. Pearce:

I Lucille Arnold G. F. Peeler Gilbert Olson

AND HAPPINESS! Martha Ratlcy fKhurn IklyeuK. Tommy IlmiscliWin.

W Curtis Chase M. Schultz M. PopeHoy

I I.loytl Clanton ,J. I). WatsonA. Stamps

Paul Collier K. KmuicrlHirk Nathan FaulkClarence

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Friday. December 24. 1948 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Threw

Headland Ala.. who have been are spending the holidays with
visiting relatives here for the past her parents Mr. and :Mrs. B. W.
two weeks left this week to spend Wood in Pahokee and his parents,
& the holidays in Miami and Key Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker, in Can-
West. al Point. .
Helen Stokes of Jacksonville is Inman W. Weeks and his houseguest
Mr. and Mrs. Elick Chaney and the holiday guest of relatives in Dr. Wilson, of Orlando
, ] Canal. Point. spent last weekend hunting near
family and Mr. and Mrs. Garland
Charles Jacobs fireman 2-c .
Big Cypress.Mr.
Chancy and family of Homestead
win spend Christmas Day wit I USX. who is stationed at Key and Mrs. Donald Padgett
their mother. Mrs. Ruby Chancy West, is spending a 14-day leave Gainesville, are holiday guests of
in Pahokee. I with his sisters Mrs. J. C. Shoep- his parents Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
and Mrs. Gordon Hillier and .
pel Padgett.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hardawaj .
and son. Richard and Mr. and families in Pahokee.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosser of Pa-
are of, and Mrs. Joe Thompson are hokee the birth of
Mrs. L. O. Snyder guests announce a son
their mother Mrs. P. E. the holiday guests of her mother, at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -
Mrs. Jack Hams, and family in ,
way in Lynn. Ark. Harda.j Jacksonville.Mr. Dec. 21.
"holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coleman
Mrs.Mary McKinlght of Dothan.i and Mrs. Charles A. Baker have as holiday guests their son
Ala.. and lOaa Janie Herring of and daughter Linda Gainesville. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Lake Coleman. Mount Dora. :Fla.
and their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
i and Mrs. R. L. Odum and
children of Frankfort, HI
Trees . .. i
Shrubs and j J 4 p V

Rabbi Joins Staff

Authorized Sales and Service PARKAppointmentof _
Dr. Morris Samuel Lazaron. of
JACOBSEN POWER AND Baltimore, Md.. Jewish religio:
leader as visiting professor of religion .Q
HAND LAWN MOWERS and social relations for the
Winter term has been announcedby
i President Hamilton Holt of
.ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. Rollins College.Dr. .
Lazaron author of books on
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons ,
religious and sociological problems
1100 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach retired in 1947 as rabbi of th
i Baltimore Hebrew congregation. i I
where he had served since 1915.

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expect the biggest rush of Long Distance ff

telephone calls we've ever had this Christmas. i I

Even with every circuit and switchboard in service -

there may be delays.To &

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before Christmas Eve or after Christmas Day
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, December 24. 1945I
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- - - I I.S.GuthrieHasA $ " ,

i Birthday PartyI. i A a

S. Guthrie celebrated his 64,
birthday anniversary at a family
A '
reunion and dinner party given y
:Mrs. Guthrie at their home on .
Bacom Point Road Sunday. :Mr. '
Guthrie's daughter-m-law, Mrs.Leon .
I Guthrie was also observinz _
a birthday anniversary and was ,
4F I $
honored at the party. Following a \
f"I sumptuous meal, for which :Mother _.
Guthrie is famed the guests en-
joyed an old-fashioned sing. D
Those attending were Mr. Gut>-

I ( I ne's brothers, Joe Guthrie and \V.. .
R. Guthrie and son; also his broth
R er-m-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Hewitt and family and Rev.
I John Davis, all of Georgia; :Mr.
a and :Mrs. Roy Tomlin and their;
daughter, :Mrs. W. D. Larrimore "....
and her son all of Okeechobeo _.
I 1 1Along Mr. and :Mrs. Chester Joyce of 11
- Clewiston. :Mr. and Mrs. William
R. (Bill) Guthrie and family Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and family
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Guthrie.
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t with Christmas Ralph Wright and Mr. Macom. all CHRISTMAS "
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:I I a of Miami; :Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Watson -: i
I pine and holly. . and children. Mr. and :Mrs E'I
I'' may zj W. Wood. Mr. and lIrs.Y.. A. WE HOPE YOU HAVE

I J health, wealth and Humphnes. Jr.. and son. Mr. and ONE, AND THAT THE $
1 1 Mrs. Clarence Maxwell ,and son f08
happiness.deck the v :Mrs. W. A. Humphries Sr.. and her I THOUGHT OF 0
b mother Mrs Willa Hinote Mr. !l Ii

iir Sp1 halls of your home.! and Mrs. R. B. Mackey and fam SUCH A DAY BRINGS
l 3uLi' ily. Mrs Ruby Chaney Mr. and
IiSADIE'S :Mrs. James Sharp. Mr. and lolr:. ac YOU A FLOOD OQJMI
I Leon Guthrie and children. Mr.
and :Mrs. Bose Levins and daughter w? OF HAPPY MEMORIES >
Opal. and Mr. and :Mrs. C. R.Wethenngton. .
Jr.. all of Pahokee
. _.

r :Mr. and Mrs Charle Strahl
I and Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Knight p\|
FLOWER SHOP I I and daughter left Thursday t;>, ? ftI
pen<* a week with relatives in
Savannah. Ga. Western Auto Associate Store |
Pahokee AI sr

li NOTICE |1! I. M. LAIR Pahokee f|

Public: Notice Is hereby given
that the undersigned intends to
regi'ter with the Clerk of the Cir- I i if

cuit Court of Palm Beach County,
MfI(........"'.-".'.-".'.-."'.-.. .auuU'OU'OU'Ou; ; ; :;; .7iI.1i1. ... Florida pursuant to Section S f S $i- SvP
86509 Florida statutes 1941 the

fictitious name to-wit: a WS 'l Snyder Chevrolet Company lk;.; ? ixs ixSSZ: sS ?& -te Jltl

Under which 'I am engaged in
business in Pahokee Florida.L. .
i Pahokee. Fla. ftM
Pub. Dec. 3. 10. 17. 24, 1948.

sn "'iI COUNTY.. __FLORIDANo. .
In Tf Estate of: )
Deceased )
You and each of you are hereby no*-
fled and required to present any claims
and demands which you. or either of
vou may have against the estate c:
} Luther L. Kni :ht. deceased late of said ?
county to the county Judge of Palm
TERRY Beach county Florida at his office lathe
house West Palm Beach
court at
Flo da. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publicationof
this notice Each claim or demand 1i.
CHRISTI AAS must be In writing and must state the.
place of residence and post office addrew
of the claimant: and must be s \i9
sworn to by the claimant his agentor
I O his attorney or the same will be sI
come void according: to law.
This 13 day of December. 1948
T.the W.Estate Knight.of Administrator of
1'& Luther L. Knight deceased i
Pub Dec 17. 24. 31. Jan 7. 1949

I i.-1 II I I II A Merry Christmas to yoa'

I I : And that's a wish we'dHe t
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a 4 to shout to the utter .4'i

Prince TheatrePahokee !1 most parts of the earth. Ii

4 greeting to 9 8 Bat right now, we'll be

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Florida content to feD yon quietly IifJt
in this
you Ii "I and rery sincerely that we

_Ik 8I SundayMondayDecember i1 ,,I "" ope this Christmas will t
happy season.GOLDDOBROW K r.y:
bring you tie peace and t?

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December 24, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida faire bIV4.
"1 is t liLl Lti lAC16Lt ? 3 Christmas -
Today At 330? P. M.

The big community Christmas I iiiiiii s
party: for children of the Pahokee-
-- Canal Point area sponsored by the
Lions Club in cooperation wits
other civic groups. will get underway
this Friday afternoon at 3:30 a? lllemiI aaiwrI R
3 o'clock with the arrival of SantiClaus r
by plane on the airstrip tithe : I <
vxrl7JIlW Pahokee lake front. Treats will I I I I I'Ihrlfrmaf Ai
be distributed to the boys sr.tJgirls
and all children are invited to S?
be present, according to announcements -
made at the annual Christmas M
dinner meeting of the Lions
Club Tuesday.The lD'
@ club voted to send a Christ-
mas truckload of Glades-grown
vegetables! to Jack Bell's "Lend A ?
Hand Fund" in Miami. I .
A letter
Ii was read from Coach Clyde Alley !j May the bID joys and
thanking the Lions for the: dinner ,
I which they recently gave for the blessings of that flit
_. It's: a real} Pahokee High School Blue DeVIl
football squad.
Yuletide fee today- Ii
On the program Dr. Elmo P. .
; ? pleasure to Scoggin pastor of the Canal Point A
Baptist Church, gave an inspiring Peace on Earth fi
talk on "The Spirit of Christmas?
extend these greetings .. Good Will Toward Mm.'
Mr. and Mrs. G. \V. Byrd. Sr.
II to accompanied by Mr.and Mrs. Lynn
you. Elarbee of Fort Lauderdale, have
I gone to Tallahassee to spend the fi
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! I IW area.holidays with relatives in that

December 21, 1948 I
I The Florida Game and Fresh
!Water Fish Commission is receiv- i
!Ing bids for a grazing lease on
52,000 acres of land under fencein II IIti
1 one block located south of the 9

. I JONES HARDWARE I Beach Indiantown-Jupiter County.For road in Palm
particulars contact the Fed- MOTOR CO.A. .
eral Aid Division. Game and Fres.i
it Elmer Jones Pahokee Water Fish Commission. Talla- I

J Ii The hassee editor Everglades, Florida. News B J. Gamot Pahokee George Belk IA

Canal Point .
ea Florida i
i Dec. 24, 31, 1948, Jan. 1, 1913
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Classified AdsFOR II I

SALE: New and used Willys
11 :.i Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in (
Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllch
&fJ I lIlessagei
r SEPTIO tanks and grease traps
A cleaned and repaired. *>aone !I
3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c .&" from
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Douthit Pahokee, Fla.. Phone %
if 1 M- t"'c:;. 3872. July 16cn i ttlfck

ROOM & BOARD day. week or v
ah-'l-L month Mrs. Maude -
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located next to the Pahokee Mete.-
J9j 1948
odist Church. St. N-12 ii iiQ

FOR SALE: Two oil stoves one s
paint sprayer, two toilet bowlj.
J. K. Royton. 1 mile north of Can- 5
I.I Point. D3-2tp.

FOR SALE: One new Pontiac-3
jiI Streamliner 4 sedan Black at 1o

A triple wish for all i Belle Regular Glade.dealers price. Phone D2-4to 127. Wishing you the

FOR SALE: 50 ft. lots in Bailey's b4
03 Subdivision No. 3. Just South of merriest Christmas
I o f you is ours: Joe Tom Boynton Home. blocks -o
from Post Office, For cash each possible.
A $500.: Phone 70. C. A. Bailey Belle JIJ

I Good Cheer! Good Friends! Glade. D174fREGISTERED -: ,.e '" *YJ
i Cholera and swine plague inocu- !' ij
i Good Health! several lated thrifty brood 8-12 sows.week BEARDS old;LEV also !I means you 4JI kW! "

FARMS. Clewiston. Florida. Itc you. and you!

FOR SALE: Sixteen foot Correct

i ftft motor Craft, practically two cylinder new. Make inboard yourself Y i!
happy with this unusually attractIve -
: : boat at a price you can Y
afford to 1'w two-wheel
trailer included. See Frank
Shaughnesy or call ahokee 595-
Canal Point Service Station

PALM I SERVICE STATION Ii CHILLS ft 'EYERDUE "i' Harlan Sean Prop. Canal Point, Fla. Ii j

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Page Six Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday.. December 24_, 1Q4&
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S subject of the Lessonsermonwhich I
will be read in Churches of
Christ, Scientist, throughout the I
world on Sunday. December 26. t\\etry\ Chricot *
The Golden Text is: "Great is'
the Lord, and greatly to be praisedin !1 --' ma"I.
the city of our God. in the ,
mountain of his holiness" (Psalms '
I' 48
48:1)) :"
Among: the citations which com- g :-
prise the Lesson-Sermon l&the fol- I ( *
I Ii
lowing from the Bible: "Another *
7eq frnd parable spake he unto them; The .t ','
kingdom of heaven is like unto '"'' .!J:.!
leaven, which a woman took, and "
hid in three measures of meal, till i CI
the whole was leavened" (Matthew
The lesson-Sermon also Includesthe
following pasage from the
Christian Science textbook "Sci-
ence and Health with Key to the I
t t Christmas is an old- r Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy '" @!
"Did not this parable'point a moral TOALLOF ,
fashioned holiday* a time--- with a prophecy, foretelling the 8S
second appearing In the flesh of YOU 49 .
for reliving childhood r=j the Christ Truth, hidden in sacred ,
secrecy from the visible world I A SEASON O 4 I
days and for recalling old
=; Ages pass but this leaven of Truth *
is ever at work. It must destroythe
times, old friends. BRIMFUL !
entire mass of error, and eo be
eternally glorified in man's spirit- I
May all the peace and ual freedom" (118:6-12). WITH g
ol the ....- fll
tranquility season SCOUT OFFICIALS i HOLIDAY_

be yours in full neasun Peggy Lynn Shirley was elected JOY.FARM '' ait
v chairman of the Pahokee Senior:
Girl Scout Troop at a recent meet-
ing at the First Methodist Church.
I Other troop officers elected were
Carol Carpenter, vice chairman;
Donna Gail Jensen, secretary-
treasurer; Ann Thompson, program I
chairman, and Lovda Williams -
recreation chairman. ?


am have arrived from the San ..JJi
Diego Naval Base to spend a holi-
day leave from the avy1I.tl1 Canal Point, Fla.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald Watson of Pahokee and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Latham of Canal
Point. -

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ftft As the Spirit of Christmas. unfolds itself over the countl"- a*
side we add our greetings and best wishes of the season. A ftt

W Christmas of joy and contentment; of peace good cheer and !

F happiness-that is our wish for you and yours this joyous
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Friday, December 24 1948 The Everglades New, Canal Point. Florida Page Sevan

Mias Jean Cruthirds. Gainesville, Mrs. A. A. Cobb of Graceville;,
Cinematic ChatterBy and Miss Joyce Peacock Jacksonville Fla. arrived Monday to spend the
Malcolm 1flarIT'S have arrived to spend tbs season with her daughter, Mrs. J.
Speed Thrills hokee.holidays with their parents in Pa P.kee.Herring and family in Paho-
Quite a novel treat baa been arranged -
Dog Racingstarts for the first 125>> ladies to
arrive at the Prince Theatre and GIFTSPENS
purchase a ticket this Sunday-
i Monday, when "The Fuller Brusi
Man" with Red Skelton and Janet
I at the Blair is screened.
Parker ** 51 Pens and Sets Sheaffer "Threesome"Sets
The management of the Gold-
Sheaffer PensBILLTA1NERS
Dobrow Theatres announce the/: ,
have arranged with the Fuller I and KEYTAINERSBUXTON
Brush Company to present 125
Fuller Brushes free to the ladies
Sunday and 75 brushes Monday CAMERASEastman
with the compliments of the Fuller<
JANUARY 1st I Brush Company and the theatre. i Bell & Howell Keystone Angus Revere
Of course it will be a case of first !'
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come first served. It would hi
10 Thrilling Races 10 wisdom to go early. Religious Children
"The Fuller Brush Man", which i
moves over from the Hugo I STATIONARY !

(nightly except Sunday) Theatre.rock the Belle theatre Glade with, will laughter fairly Cranes & Eatons Gift Boxes: Open Stock

when it is shown here. It has been GAMES
POST TIME 8:15 p. m. said by leading columnists that I Backgammon Bridge Supplies
I II this Is positively the funniest show
I Mr. Skelton has presented since he I
Quinielas Every Race has been in pictures. CHRISTMAS CARDS and WRAPS I
Besides Mr. Skelton and Janet

1 Daily Doubles 1st and 2nd Races a Blair clever, the cast stars of the featured picture players boasts Halsey & Griffith Inc.

with Don McGuire and HiUiary ,

NO MINORS ADMITTEDWorld's Brooke ill prominent. roles. "EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE"
313- 11 Datura St. Phone 2-3883
Mrs. Morris Baxter has
Fastest Greyhounds her husband in Orlando where he I
is now employed.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillw and of Florida and Mrs. George Law-
eon, Frank,, and Miss Betty Batch- ton and daughter Janette. of
elor will spend Christmas with West port. Mass.
Mrs. Tillis's brother E. I. Jaudon, .. Christmas Greetings I
and family in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chastain and
... daughter Joan, will spend Christ-
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carpenterhave mas with their son-in-law and
as holiday guests their son daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Sor-
Milton, student at the University rell. in Arcadia. .
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frigIdaIre E\eo\riG'Ranse\ ; inexpressible divinity of the 1

has evetYihtn9'e \ {lndud1ng W season.It is a time to be gen-
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