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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 1946
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume 23: ; 2 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday March 29, 1946 $ .Per Year

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Bagdad Pastor To State Will Drain Soft Ball Teams Veterans Bureau

RECENT Fill C. P. Pulpit To Be Organized

1400 Acres Prison Offers Services
The Red Choss drive in the Pa-
OPERATIONS Rev. c. C. .Eiland of Bagdad,
hokee-Canal Point area is still
-- ... -- Florida will be with the Canal Farm Land; Ramie $2450.00 short of the quota for To Returning VetsMany

By Paw P..ardln Point Missionary Baptist Church I this area according to an announce-

next Sunday, March 31, for both ment made by Carmen Salvatore,
the morning and the evening ser- TALLAILSSEEThe Cabinet Sr., at the Tuesday luncheon meeting veterans returning to this

On March 11, 1924, The Ever- vices. Rev. Eiland comes to Tuesday appropriated $20- of the Pahokee Lions Club. area are unaware that they have
preach before the members and 000 for drainage of 1,400 acres Rupert Mock reported that the
made its
appearance veterans
glades New8 a service and information
friends of this Church while the of land on the State Prison Farm organization of a local Community -
in the Lake Okeechobee Region Pastor, Rev. J. Richard Heller, is at Belle Glade to fit the land Chest is nearing completion office where they can obtain an-
for the first time. For 22 years- with the Enon Baptist Church near for growing of ramie. with all necessary officers elected swers to their many questions regarding

despite floods and hurricanes and Morganton, North Carolina, in re- The action was taken after and a charter drawn up for ap- civilian life and be assisted

a war-the paper bas been issued vival services. representatives of the Florida proval. in getting things veterans are en-
regularly each week and has not ...-- 'I Ramie Produd& Company told Steve Brown announced that the titled to. The Veterans Service
JOIN NAVY Cabinet members their plant Lions are organizing a softball Office for the Pahokee-Canal Point
missed a publication day in the 22 Thomas Edward Sullivan and ;i needed more raw material than team which \\il play league games area, set up by the Palm Beach

years Of its existence.It Maurice Wesley Sullivan: sons of'': could be furnished by private I this summer with teams now being County Commissioners, is located
has been my pleasure to guide Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Edward Sul- growers and present State Prison organized in Canal Point and in the Pahokee City Hall where a
the destiny of The Everglades : plantlnp.I I BI''ant. He also said the Pahokee
livan of Pahokee, have joined the genial go-getter, Claude S. Jones,
News through more than half of U. S. Navy with a boyhood friend, I ----. I Junior High School will have foot- sweat: is out every day of the
its 22 years of service. In fact Daniel Webster Harrell, and it is ball team next school year and week from 9 a. m. until 4:30 p. m.,
it will be 12 years come August hoped that all three of the boys i i RozelleForMayor uniforms for the junior team will except Saturday afternoon and

since I took over. In looking back will serve together through their ; be ordered this summer Sunday, for the sole purpose of

over some of the old files a pano- two year enlistment. They were I I. J. Frasure Jr i At the conclusion of the lunch- serving veterans in need of assist-
rama of astonishing magnitude sworn in on March 19, 1946. eon Mr. Brown conducted a sports ance of any kind.
comfronted me. It is hard to be- . quiz. Alvin Armstrong and John For instance upon returning to

lieve the many headlines that have For Council Seat T. Pickett, Jr.. were visitors. civilian life, some of you veterans
Lake Pahokee Plans To _.. _
been written about the I - i found that you couldn't get enough
Region during the more than 1,100 ; sugar for your tea or coffee and
Band 'ViII
publication days The Everglades Its The annual city election in Pal Pahokee didn't know where to get sugar
Expand Present
News has been serving this area. hokee ls scheduled for Tuesday, : ration stamps The local veterans
It I had one wish and knew that it : May 7, and each week brings forth Play Monday Night office has the blanks needed to get
was coming true, it would be that 'Vater Facilities some new candidates. This week sugar ration stamps for veterans
22 from today I might be was no exception to the rule. One
years -- just go to the office, have Claude
editing and publishing The Ever- man offers for mayor and another At Meeting Of PTA fill out the application blank for

glades News. Recognizing the fact that exist- for councilman. : I you, mail it and within a week you
ing facilities at the city water- Frank Rozelle, Pahokee resident II I will be able to buy your much
At the recent Ladies' Night works plant are inadequate to for 15 years, this week announces The largest attendance in the needed sugar. (Sorry folks, this
meeting of the Pahokee Rotary. serve the needs of the community, : his candidacy for mayor in the history of the Pahokee PTA is service is available to Ex.GI' of
club the Woman's club was beau- the City Council Tuesday night forthcoming city election Mr. expected Monday night in the World War 11 only).
took definite for the Rozelle stated that school auditorium in view of the
tifully decorated with cut flowers. steps expan- emphatically And another thing, you veterans
Rotaryannes and visitors com- sion of the plant by asking City he would stand for."a progressive program arranged by Chairman don't have to be told how scarce
Thadd Whidden to make Pahokee." Mrs. F. D. Harlow. Under the ;
mented very favorably about the Attorney I II building material is. The local
intricate flower decorations and arrangements for the financing of Mr. Rozelle. C"ring the years he I i I baton of Robert Lampi, the high I' Vets office has the information
the handsome manner in which the proposed expansion. R. S. has lived: in Pahokec, has been associated i school band will present another 'I and the forms necessary for a
they were arranged. The flowers "Bob" Douthit tendered his resig- the major portion of that 'II of its always most acceptable con. I veteran to obtain priorities on
were grown at the home of Mr nation as waterworks superintend. time with two concems-Kahn's I(certs. An additional feature will building materials. This week the
and Mrs. V. C. Denton on Bacom Douthit was hired as acting super- and 1\ Elliott's Ford Agency : be the playing of two sight seleeI I I government placed a restriction on
Point road and the flower decorations intendent for the month of March There was Ii period during the war I tions. Next week the group will I all new building projects other
for the special Rotary with the understanding that the when he was away from Pahokeein : go to St. Petersburg to participate than homes for veterans, so there
t) night were the work of Mrs. Den- job became permanent if he suc- defense work. I in the all state music festival Is a possibility of you getting
ton. ceeded in clearing the city water Mr and :Mrs Rozelle live in It is the hope of the PTA that that new home before the end of
facilities within 30 : ail of Pahokee and Canal Point I
- with existing their own home on Barfield High the }'ear.
days I way and have three children. ;I turn out and express in this way In connection with building, you
Community Pool Paul Rardin apeared before the Through the years he has been an':' the apreclation due the band for I may have heard of the civic com-
council with the suggestion that active civic worker, being a charter the very important part it is play. mittee, composEd of representatives -

Gets Good Start At the group paM a resolution requesting member of the Pahokee Lions lug in the life of the community. of various civic groups, that
the installation of auto- I Thanks to Mr. Lampi, the added is making an earnest effort to ob-
club.Another :
matic warning light signals at all announcement of inter- feature of the evening will be the I lain suitable building sites for vet.erans -
Meeting Of Council railroad crossings within the city est this week is that of I. J. Fras- presence of lien r y Fillmore at a low cost and assist them
limit, copies of the resolution to i ure, Jr., who is offering for a place'on President of the Bandmasters Association II in every possible way until theyhave
1 be sent to the Florida East Coast the council in 'group ,one. of America, wbo will pare their new homes. This com-
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A Pahokte Lions club committee Railway, the U. S. Sugar Corporation Frank Shaughnessy Is the other ticipate in the festivities of the oc- mittee has contacted the owners
composed of Joe Hatton, Rup- and the Slate Road Depart.merit. candidate in group one. casion. When one considers that' of a tract of land which was judged -
ert Mock, A. J. Gamot and Lewis Young Mr. Frasure is a disabled this association embodies the mem- al the last committee meeting
Friend started something Tuesday C. S. Brown, city recreation di- war veteran and spent five years bership of the leading bandmasters as the most desirable for veterans
night when they secured passage rector, asked the city to have plans I in the service, most of which was of the nation, it goes without say- home in the Pahokee art'\
of a motion by the Pahokee city of the new city recreation park in Trinidad and Puerto Rico. At ing that this area is indeed honored .... -
council saying that the council drawn up in order that civic present he is business manager of at the thought of having in
would take over operation of a groups who are installing recrea- ,I the Everglades Memorial hsopitalin her midst so distinguished a per- ,' Elliott Tells Of
$15,000 swimming pool upon com- tion equipment at the park will Pahokee. He is 26 years old and sonality. '
pletion of it as a community pro-I,know definitely where their equipment has lived in Pahokee since 1928.: : The surprise feature, not to be i iI State's Program
jt'Ct. The Lions committee assured is suposed to be located. A I. J., as he is familiarly known I mentioned here, will prove of
the council that the city Lions Club committee, composed of to his many friends, is a former terest to all. The report of in-I:
would be put to no cost at all in I A. J. Gamot Rupert Mock and Pabokee high school foot ball star, 'nominating: committee will be presented For RamieGrowin

construction of the pool, with possible Joe Hatton, announced to the having played with the Pahokee by Mrs. Frank Wilson, I
exception of the use of Mme (I I council plans for installing a swimming 'Blue Devils during the days when chairman. Refreshments, believe i
city equipment. pool at the park and requested they played big time opposition.He it or not, will be served to all, : State Representative n. Elliott
Rupert Mock and Joe Hatton, I I that the city go on record asi is running on a progressive Mrs. H. Barnes, chairman. Re,'. ', of Pahokee, guest speaker at the

spokesmen for the Lions group, i being willing to operate and maintain platform.Mr. C. A. foberg, president, will pre- Rotary club, yesterday reiterated
told city officials that funds woul dI the pool after the Lions build ..- side. :I his position a9 being opposed to
be raised to build the pool through ,i it. The councIl agreed to this and Irs. S. T. Mathews --.h.- I the Slate of Florida going into the

a membership subscription cam- I proposition. returned to__ their____n home in Crest- Miss Betty Speer, student at ramie producing business in competition .
l'aJgn. The Campaign already Marvin Cowart. reporting for view Thursday after spending Florida State College for Women, with the farmer.taxpaye
started and will beo carried on until the committee named by the coun- part of their honeymoon visiting spent the weekend here visiting I '
the total of $l ,OOO is raistd. A I cil at the last meeting to investigate his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.N. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. A few weeks ago in an exclusive
l'ahokt't' contractor has signified street lighting needs said A. Springer; in Canal Point. Speer.'Red I story In the columns of The Everglades -
his intention of building the pool that 40 additional lights are needi i '! News, Ittp. Elliott stated
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at actual rost. I t'd for adequate illumination. that he wu
The council, following pa sage of Mayor O. n. lcClure's proclamation -' Drive In Pahokee And Canal to the State entering into the
I' Cross
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bustnt.'I8 in
competition
the motion accepting the pool after calling for a city election ramie growing
its construction, appointed a cornmittee I Ion TuesJa)', May 1, was read and with local farmers who are
composed of Robert 11ackey the council named J. B. }lliott. Point Still More Than S2500 Shy Of Goal: entitled to raise any In this crop 8eCUQn.that will
work with I t.hodaShi"e prove profitable
and Johnny Thomas to Mrs. Edna Pickett, Mrs.
the Lions organization in perfecting and Irs. \'. C. Denton on In refutation of F.1Holt'a original
the plans for the pool. I the election board. To You. 1fv Friends: statement Stale Agriculture Com-
The pool is to be a Pahokt'- City Clerk W. P. Walker was A few weeks: ao I accepted the chairmanship of our annual Red missioner Nathan Mayo said that
Cross campaign hoping to Iud in a drive that would result in the experimenting
i the State "U only
Canal Point community project, instructed to ak for bids for the I i
i reaching of our quota of $4250. At this writing we are just a little in its ramie plantings, which now
it was pointed out. by the spon.Q u. I purchase of a new police patrol I under $1700. well over the 'ii0 arrr mark.
-- -- --- car. . _ I My workers did their best. I am thankful for their every dfort. run announced plans 1Iy the
Recently
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additional planting -
NEF.I) 40 LIGhITS our attention and wisely so. However it IS the opinion CJtI state call for an
Rtv. E. D. Simpson, Dist. Supt. City Inspector Marvin Cowart I vow chairman that Pahok. regardless should 'go over the top' thAt : of 1400 acres.Mr. .
his
of Alabama, wit be the special reported to the city council Tues- I her reputatiOn of 'doing for the other fellow might remain intact. Elliott pointed out in
had the time to Would be kind that Dr. Allison ot
Wish
we see you lfrsonally. you talk yesterday
of
speaker at the Pahoket Church day night that 40 additional streetlights
enough to gin this your utmost consideration' If you han given, the Everglades F..xptrimtnt Station
3. needed in Pahokte. The I
the Nazarene.Vednesday, April are
would you give again, even a like amount as one kas done Btlle Glade had told him that
at 1o P. Y. lie is on a Dislrict- council took the matter under adtmtnt I I Yea, 111 can if you say 50. However, the P. O. will find mt a at ten acm would be plenty
fin Of
wide tour emphasis being on Sunday \ and it is txptttd that steady visitor for the next few daYI. -
for experimental purpoet.
Schoo1-at least U percent Inv the lights will be erected in the I Gratefully, of ramie
crease during the month of April. not too distant tuture. C. A. lIobtrg. .. .



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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, March 29, 1916


THE EVERGLADES NEWS :'Will Shoot Horses I

Serving the Lake Okc'Chobee Farming Region iiMUILi

Established 1924 Published Every Friday I For Brain Fever 1

Subscription Price 2.00 Year In Advance
''In The Glades Area
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. I
I If you have hones that havenot :

Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher : been innoculated to protect I
them from :brain fever or if the.jhave
Profitable Competition been treated and a year has I

A hawker his truck filled with i passed since the last .
paper and envelopes, was J :,
it is advi able _
yelling" : "Here ire! Box 0' paper m' 25 envelopes, on'y one : health by:having to them treatment'l .

dime I at this time.
Another hawker, crowding the first one out of the war, "I County Veterinarian Dr. Bueh-
shouted as he pushed a bigger truck: "Five cents-box o' ler will be in the Everglades Wednesday -
paper an' 25 envelopes! Only one nickle!" The two men glar- and Thursday, March 27
ed at each other. The spirit of competition ran high. and 28, to do this work. He will
Finding the two kinds of paper identical, people bought be in Canal Point Wednesday
the cheaper boxes hungril The more the dime man shouted morning, Pahokee Wednesday afternoon .
the more of his rival's stock people bought. Finally sales he will be in South Bay ""
ceased. Everybody had bought enough to last a year. The and Lake Harbor unless there are C
dime man departed first, the nickel man a few minutes later. so vious many horses at one of the pre- J'
stops that the veterinarian
The dime man, waiting around the corner, piled his stock cannot finish quick enough to CARACAS
on the other's nearly empt truck and said with a chuckle: move on. ,, ed beet, ,

"It works fine, Bill, don't it?"-Glades County Democrat. AU horse owners whose horses 'sake ense9uivatent ackaSe amount nippY fresh;
need this treatment gCIPE ericanto or
are requested -
tomatoes cheese 6.
to have their horses bunched at can c to 1 cup served, 3
ones' be add
Climax Of Disasters cooked to ;
some convenient place on the above each p erson of butter -
for amount un
Deciding to give his wife a pleasant surprise, Jones dates and places. This will make 1 egg the to f 1 small minutes; stir iii hone egg -
took home some flowers and a box of candf. He-greeted her: it possible for Dr. Buehler to .ser\'e Fci ie and 10 serving, vigocou5lY totil _

"Jane, you look tired, darling. Slip on your best gown andwe'll time.as many as possible in a limited tomatoes ntelted Jost to before be served; stteof chili po wet -
go to the theatre." each Verson with a on toast' got -
for Season
ediately
For additional information -
Jane burst into tears, wailing: "Todar the baby fell down or to ble well. Se s -
onBreenthe
arrange particulars call H. L. epper.
the cellar stairs. I burned my hand on the stove. The laundry Speer at 285 Belle Glade. Sand black, or p rice alon cold, aBeerites9 =_
was lost and now you come home dead drunk. I could biscuits of acklin? a.
... plenty
and Oscar
screeaamm!"-Good Humor Book ii Serves: 1 $o 40 to Dies. this
toJASsp ogled tor
has Florida
Collect Garments ional -
Jacksourri c reg
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pour
.. us
;:; d
$5'04tecie
__ For War Nations delig'atful recipe ablisbea,
nso. Address
saggetlen' its

t Mrs. Albert Snyder, at a business - 1' u1 be paid, 31Y Breninb Co S Jack

HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. WMU meeting in the church of the Monday First Baptist afternoon avia Bdito' Florida.

I reporteM that the local
West Palm Beach WMU had collected 97 garments
I for the relief of citizens of war-
ravaged nations. It was also reported -
Tell Us Your Needs. We Handle: that $51.35 in special of.
fering was raised by the group
Underwood Typewriters during the recent observance of
Marchant Calculators week of prayer. A recent $15 contribution I

Sunstrand Adding Machines made by the W31U to the 1
building fund of the Baptist Child.ren's II r
Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment Home, Arcadia, was acknowledged rw'wr

Mimeographs with thanks in a letter .
Filing Cabinets from the institution read at
the meeting. It was announced
Steel Desks R Tables
that the \\'MU kitchen fund for
Aluminum Chairs the new church now totals $13.75.
Steel Safes The report of the Business Worn- ,
'an's Circle was given by Irs. L.
'Ve suggest that you send us your order so that we may i G. Alderman and the Lottie Moon I
notify you as our stocks come in. Circle by frs. W. A. Stevens. rrs.

Expert repair;ng and overhauling all types and makes :named Snyder on and the Irs.church Alderman flowers were. ofee

of office machine3. Our repair department will be glad for the fifth Sunday committee of

to give you an estimate. ,All work guaranteed. : this month.
'
J I Mrs. Stella rullis was in charge = !
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of the devotional program and
Mrs. J. C. Mock, president pre.

. .-.,- I sided at the business. eciallyondetful
--- Esp
-cam--- meal.! =

: I Training Union It's a W melloworith goodnzss 01 the -
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Obtains the 01 friencshipadds -
Objective when Drink

Prince TheatreI Southeast grand de light.
The objective ot 100 ot the Pa- extra.teheshment pleats -
hokee Baptist TrainIng Union il with
I which meets each Sunday at 6:30.1: Insist on JAy. . cut invitation to
FLORIDA was met last Sunday, thanks to flav Beer
tempting
JAX
the leadership ot Mrs. W. M. Du- to add a N aYe .
bose, acting director, and the cooperation "good eating for ad.dilional -
truly moments
ot all tnterestej. Two leisure itself lhX -_
hundred and forty fire attended during vour Just bv

the Sunday School, thereby maintaining I I enI0ymant .
THURSDAY FRIDAY the average of 250 for satisfaction lor swe.means
I is aIn
three Sundays. Othan Gilbert t3 i 1AX Beer
the superintendent. I Southeast, esp et.
the designed
APRIL
4th 5th
This Sunday morning at the! great blew. 01 this
eleven o'clock service the pastor I favolyrit0' a eactinglol tastes
will continue his sermons on "The : : ;lease the

,Sermon on the Mount", with particular .
emphasis on Iatt. 6:9. "Our region.DISTPJ.
"THE SPANISH IAIN"In Father Who Art in Heaven." Rev.Moberg :

will render a piano solo, I
'The Bells of St. the
rary's" on
technicolor !oy JAX!
,
Mathushek grand. The Ladies "'
rrrr dry
I Quartet will sing. At the evening i 3. S ittlfrlffr I
-\"ithPuul I preaching hour a film "The rI == rrt y tKt.
mance of a Century" will be
Henreid, Jlaureen O'IIara shown.
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. ,:i Bill Bo worth was 8 business 1e 1-
visitor in CJe1\iston on Tuesday of
I this week.Mr. .
ADMISSION: I .. ..

i and Mrs. James Boyd of I
Fort Mverr were guests of Mr. I UTro B\
Adults and airs. L. L. Shirley Sunday.Cpl. .
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l. Walter liull recently lee i
C't"ind his discharger 1 the Shelley Connell
Children
.... ..... .14c Tax Included 1 Army and has no\)' joined tl5 tam. ;
IUy in Paboke-t. He wu in the :

Service 30 month and was o\.tr.1 BELLE GLADE, fl.Page .\.
spas In the DlNIfMn Theatre for I
115 mo ths. i i.
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March 29, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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Simonson Circle Irs. lcRae Hostess Pickett Talks To 'Ii- I

Has New Members To Missionary Group 'Voman's Club ::1 : I
SPRING IS APPROACHI AND THATMEANS : I II
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Mrs. W. H. Brewton and Mrs. I i The Missionary Society of Can Major John T. Pickett, U. S. : HOUSE 'I

Walt Chaney were welcomed as i I Ir.ew : al Point Baptist Church met at Army engineer who was stationed I 'I
in China during the war, was
members of the Simonson- :1 the home of Mrs. D. C. McRae on I
guest speaker at a meeting of the and I
Lair Circle, Pahokee WSCS, at a''I Monday. Plans were made for a Painting
Pahokee Woman's Club in the
meeting at the home of Mrs H. J.
group meeting at the church Wed- clubhouse Tuesday night. Introduced I i ii
,Anderson Monday afternoon. Mrs.
I nesday evening to make curtains by Mrs Orin Bacon, chairman 1
Robert Walker was a visitor I
Mrs. R. J. Schroder presented a !:for the Sunday School rooms. of the fine arts committee i !
program on "World Order andPeace" Mrs. Heller reported that Mrs. who was in charge of the program, Decorating

and devotionals were led Johns of the Baptist Orphanage the speaker told of his experiences

by Mrs. Joe Hatton, assisted by at Arcadia wrote that the Society with the Chinese people and had on I For many years past we have been handling the :
the clubhouse interesting
exhibit at a -
very
Mrs. Arch Blakey MrS. Emma could adopt Verline McGowan, 12 : i
Wheeler and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson year old girl. The Society decided display of Chine art. fine line of

were named on the group's visiting to sponsor this little girl and will Also on the program Rev. Carl '
I
Glidden Paints And Varnishes
committee for April. I meet at an early date to sew and A. Moberg played several piano I
for outdoor her wardrobe. selections and Delorez Williams ,
Plans were made an plan
and those who have used them for both exterior
gave two humorous readings.
fellowship party and picnic following 1 Refreshments of chicken salad
and drinks Asters were used in decorating and interior purposes have 'found them most sat-
the
the regular meeting at were served to the fol. I
home of Mrs. I. W. Weeks next lowing, Mesdames, L. V. lcClel- the clubhouse for the occasion. isfactory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN

month. The committee in charge land, Charles Jones, C. B. Jones, Mrs. W. H. Jones and Mrs. Roy PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- I

of arrangements includes Mrs. R. J. R. Heller, M. F. George, G. L. Vandegrift, also members of the tractive I

J. Schroder, Mrs. O. B. McClure, Sims and Mrs. Harrington, Mother fine arts committee, assisted Mrs. II I
Mrs. R. F. Hurt and Mrs. WHks. of Mrs. McRae. !I Bacon in the serving of refresh- I
ments during the social hour. More Cooking Ware !

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Circle 1 A long looked for shipment of aluminum and

IT'S A HARD JOB TO FILL ALL I Hears Irs. DuBose porcelain cooking utensils have now been received !

; and from'this find the articles
supply you may
OF OUR ORDERS! have long desire
z 1Irs. W. M. DuBose gave a review you
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But, you can rest assured that we will do every- # of 'Trail of Blood," a history : Among other new stock arriving will be Picking :

thing in our power to give you the. best service ; of the origin of the Baptist : Baskets, G. E. Light Bulbs, all sizes, Twenty.Ga1.
Church, at a meeting of the Business -i
possible Ion Galvanized Buckets Lanterns Waste
l Woman's Circle, First Bapt i iist Paper .
I WMU, at the home of Irs. J. c.1 Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes !
AL BELCHER II I
Mock Tuesday night. i We are displaying and will take future delivery

BOX 876 AHOKEE I Mrs. Homer Barnes and Mrs O. ; orders for the famed line of Ke1\'inator Ranges !
I I O. Gilbert were named to act as !
I ;- i hostesses during the fellowship I and Refrigerators and Pemro Hot 'Vater Heaters.

.Y..P.YJ M I"\E 1JF l\l.i IliM 1J1M Wl M li M.nW' M.M I.\E 4.: I hour for Intermediates. the I Ii

i church April 7. The circle voted ; nwrwwNwBETLNER'S l

a $10 contribution to Dorothy:

I Thompson, the I 0 c a I W1IU.s! .1

protege at the Baptist Children.s !

Home in Arcadia. I II
TilE HARDWARE STORE
It was announced that the next I II
I meeting of the group will be held MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.
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/6e1/eve is I at the home of Irs. Thunnond I II
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Knight on April 9. Mrs Rupert ; I_ __ _. ___ __ __ ___ --I II
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pal M my store ._ Mock assisted the hostess during
the serving of refreshments. I
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hope .. BERRY FUNERAL llO1E I II

.ti
I :

I I .. : i Ambulance Service i ii

: (rrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082) i

I Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247Pu 1
..rte.M.yt Danny Mullis, son of Mr. and
Mrs L. M. Mullis, was awarded

a $5 prize given by his teaher, I__ = -=--=- --=-1

Irs. Wortham, to the pupil in her .
', Iw \sixth grade room who showed the
'most improvement in their school

12 : work during the past six weeks ,,
> 1.1 period. Danny not only showed WRS

the most improvement but also received -

the highest average grades
I of any pupil in the room during the v

: riod' I BEANS

The April meeting of the Canal _
i Point Parent-Teacher Association ;

I will be held in the school auditorium :
I
.The telephone is more than convenient communica- on Wednesday, April 3, at 31
p. m. Mrs F M. Wilson president !
tion. It is a means of doing business, a way for the I will call for a report from the t

merchant to put his store in his customers' homes.In I nominating committee. !' !
I Mrs. John A. Dulany pent the
serving business, the Telephone Company I past week at Keystone Heights

visiting her son.in.law and daughter -
accepts a great responsibility-the obligation to
Capt. and Irs. Sidney K.
meet every need of the business man who depends Smith and granddaughter, Gloria ;

the Miriam, who has been quite illwith :
on telephone.
: the measles. : rm \
With the Company-as with the corner drug I Bill Shirley and Sam Lowell stu- ; 11er w
r
store-earnings are vital to continued success. And I dints at the University or Florida, e tedf .
I spent the spring holidays \
because the telephone has become a part of every. in Pahoket' with their parents, Mr. MtILri1
AlT
day life, telephone earnings are a subject of importance and Irs. C. L. Shirley and 11r. and PO'0' I
Irg. Dave Lovell.
to aU. \r1
Miss Nancy Stevens hag returned .

In 1945, telephone earnings were the lowest in to FSc\\ at Tallahassee after \
I spending the spring holidays with .. All/ the advantages af natural ca1OU 1E
the past 23 years. For 1946, the outlook is for even her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. I ., Greenland cryolife/
C'DE
lower earnings. In keeping with the general trend Stevens in Pahokee. A'j 'NSEct I ....
; High degree of control at eco ;--:::snomicol
Henry Barwick was taken to
throughout the country, wages have recently been cod.
the COOl Samaritan hospital in i ,
increased. The cost of everything else going into West Palm Beach on Wednesday
Not acutely toxic to man, cattle
for trtatment. Henry has been ill I .. "
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the furnishing of telephone service is also climbing. or ether animals. C, '
r.
for several weeks and a time or I ,

Adequate earnings are a basic necessity to the two during the past few weeks it I
Available alone or in combine'tian
looked like he was soon going to I .
American way of life. Earnings must be sufficient with copper or sulphur A
be back on the job buying \'ge.1 rvif

to enable industry to maintain high standards of I t.J\bJes. Now itill be several i desired. DDT

day hire he is able to bt- up and !
service and to attract capital for expansion. As for around. I IFA AGRICUUUUL CHOAICALS DIVISION INSECTICIDES

the Telephone Company, they are indispensable if Barnes wu able to fttSUrne 1 PENNSYLVANIA SALT Ani.w.&IsMeI.fp'1
twork as salesman at Hull MAN f 1-u I I..G. c r A H' .,4411fMU. (oIIN. .. nc.A4e4 -
the full usefulness of the telephone in carrying on Parking Company this week after ..... Ir ysa Lc.lorA.d.r.n01

the business of the community is to be safeguarded. I being confined to his bed for sev-, 1000WIDIMIIi tD 'H11A.7.u. Itpotl.INilISliS..Vw
era! days with the measles. t...Yo" ho o 5&i.rrar;. LrAw./vk_ aa/ I.......
I Miss Nell Dunaway, Yr. and I IlIrs. r---v@'' C.o-+.WlNwptw.hoeoh. 1iaq.4r1rr/ufilrlw.

SOUtHUN tILL TlUPHONI AND tlLlGIAPH COMPANY George Schroder and Mr. and ; : .w4 h

"u'p.u" 11rs. R. J. Schroder and son Bobby j H.M4 A icvWw.l hpph c..,..,

will Bait rtJAth' and friends 1 fie kily.n f..) c.Friday .-Na,
in Miami this coming Wet kend. --.-



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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 29, 19t6

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I II I SOCIETY TO MEET tive music aggregation. In addition CELEBRATES BIRTlID.I I Charles Babbitt of Tounton,
Community Chest to its annual series winter, rass., discovered and patented

I The April meeting of the Canal and spring concerts, it plays at I Don Adams celebrated his Babbitt metal in 1839.
......
Incorporated For I II Point Methodist Woman's Society football games and other important i eleventh birthday enniversary at a --- -----

I of Christian Service, originally public affairs. For the past part and wiener roast given br Over seven hundred long tofU \f
scheduled for April 2. has been four years, upon invitation by the his mother, Irs. W. J. Adams, at cane sugar is produced in the
Pahokee Canal Pt.1 postponed one week and will be West Palm Beach city recreation their home on Bacom Point Road United States annuall)'.

,_ held at th home of Mrs. C. L. department. it has presentEd concerts Saturday afternoon. 0 u t d 0 0 r .....

I Stewart on Tuesday April 9, atiPrepare at the Flagler Park band- games were played and refreshments The annual production of borax
Articles of incorporation were 2 p. m. shell, this year giving two performances served by the hostess to 19 in the United States i3 approximately -
filed in Circuit Court Monday by . in West Palm Beach at guests. 40 million pounds.If .
the Community Chest of Pahokee Flagler Park and one at the arm-
-canal Point, Inc, listing itself
I ory. -
as a non-profi corporation with its I Band For This year 41 students will take

principal place of business in Pa- i part in the State Music Festival 8ell:1:1:1or
hokee. I Music Festival At contests including 43 playing mem
The purposes of the corporation 1 hers, the drum major and three You Have Cattle To
listed are .to unify and consolidate -i :majorettes These include clarinets .
public appeals for subscripttions -i St. Pete April 4.6 I Eddie Hodges, Milton Carpenter .
Need
Slaughter House Facilities
to such activities and organizations I Margaret Powell Fay Gil-
as may be deemed by its bert, Dickie Atkins, Sidney Ca-
board of directors to be worthy, Bandmaster Robert O. Lamp ruthers, Blanche Stevens, Frank ContactRANGELINE
and to pay over funds to various has been putting his Pahokee High Tillis, Betty Jo Bal'\\ick, Patsy
approved organizations . School Band through the paces for Ann Jensen. Lois Echols, Chandler FARMS !
the six weeks in preparation :
past
officers to
Named temporary McIlwain and Edna Jane Elkins: F l
for the contests at the State Music
serve until the organization holds !saxophones, Billy Rawls, Walta
Festival in St. Petersburg April I Star Route 106 West Palm BeachQUALITYCLEANERS
an election in January, 19-11, are: 'Nell Hull, Ina Russom, Nina Rus-
Abe Dobrow, president; F. M. 46. Following the wann-up concert som, Joan Shepard Betty Jo I
Shaughnessy, vice president and at the PTA meeting Monday Brooker, Gloria Henderson and I I

director: Mrs. J. R. York, secretary night the band will go to St. Peggy Moberg: piccolo, Eddie I __ .__
I __
Petersburg where it will enter _____ ___ ___ __ -==
and director: Rupert Mock, assistant Stanley: cornets Murray Weeks i
treasurer and director; O. B. tree contests marching, concert Herbert Walston, Lee Shirley, I I II
McClure, director and treasurer: and sight reading, and participate Frank Gillis, Barbara Wilkinson 'I I Ii I
and toel Lenee, Alma Farrow, in the colorful Festival of States and Charles Sears; 'Sousapho : ;
Albert Fremd, 11. M. McIntosh. P2rade. Frank Rozelle, Jr.; Alto Horns, : i :
P. Jernigan, Roy Vandegrift, and Since its organization by Mr. Anna Lee Hurt, Betty Batchelor : I
I
in the spring of 1940, the (Billie Kolstad Owner ;
Kate Cross, directors. Lamp and Myra Lee Cruthirds; trombones ) !
Pahokee High School Band has
.. Ray Hawk Jack Major, : 1
made an outstanding record of Milton Salvatore and Billy Jerni- ; DRY CLEANING & ALTERING
achievement. In the following
Surplus Goods gan; baritones, Ray Hatton and : :
spring of 1941 the band entered
Sales Break RecordsJACKSONVILEFred I contests at the State Music Festival Eugene McCall; snare drums, CASH AND CARRY : I
Harlan
I and received first division Dwight Geiger and Sears; H;
bass drum, Max Wilson: bells,
H. Far- .rating in marching and third die .
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Yvonne Fraser; flute, Joy Pad-
well director of the War vision rating in concert and sight
Assets, regional Corporation, Jacksonville, reading. The festival contests, gette: drum major, Joan Mclarty: I 1 \Ve specialize in slip covers, uphol- ; I
marjorettes, Phyllis Belk, Louise ,
said that all previous records have suspended in 19-12 because of the Elarbee and Joan Wilson. ,I stele and drapes. Alterations an- '
been broken in the sales of Pro- war, were replaced in 19-13 by inspection I \
_. .. other specialty of :
ours.
ducers' and capitol surplus goods. contests and for three .
Machine tools, steel and raw materials consecutive years, 1943, 1944 and --" f fI
and supplies constitute 1945 the Pahokee High School Nominate deMoya : PROMPT I f I
about 80 percent of the total sur- band was given first division rat. SERVICE

plus being moved. in.gs in both concert and sight Rotary President II I I
.- reading for Class C. bands. All ,
Mr and Mrs. Albert Statler of bands in schools having an enrollment I i (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans : :

Stockton Springs, Me. were guests of 250 or less in senior high Peter Paul deMoya, Florida Lumber Yard Office)
i
of Mr and Mrs. H. J. Anderson school are listed as Class C. Power and Light company manager r j

over the weekend. The Pahokee band is a very acv and president of the Resources -.--- j I
Development Board of
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Palm Beach County, was nomi -
01/I/I/001/I/l/I I/lIINI I nated for president of the PahoD I
kee Rotary club at the regular
AUTOMATIC weekly meeting 'esterday. I

RECORD PLAYERS Orin Other Bacon officers, secr'tary nominated and the were fol.: I I Spring Cleaning! Ii

lowing directors: C. A. MoberJ,It
NOW ARE AVAILABLE Jack Phillips, Abe Dobrow and

SEE AND HEAR ONE IN OUR SHOP Roy Vandegrift. Retiring ladIes let us help you wIth that spring cleanIng. II III
I! a dent Otto Bleech will presi-1 II I

0 WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIRING Q automatic member of the I i Oill\lops .......... ... ....... 51.25 & 1,50Iret e:
a and the secretary will a1.o be a :

AUTOMOBILE RADIOS member Mops} ..._.................... 75c.51.25 I;
The annual election will be held I:
; Q in a couple of weeks and the new O'CEDAR AXES AND POLISHES '

officer will take office on July 1, !Ii

RADIO APPLIANCE 19-16." I JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT PASTE 'Vt\X AND I


AND REPAIR SHOP Classified Ads Make your soap go farther witq "SOILAX", water I I I

J. E. SULLINGER, PROP, PAHOKEEHenderson softener and multi purpose cleaner at 25c for a

FOR SALE: House with three one and one half pound package.

apartments. Rented for $75 per .
-0-
month. Fairly close tn. A good
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buy at $5500. See Dan Carpenter,

Pahokee, F1a. Western Auto Associate Store

FOR SALE: One six unit apartment -

and five room home. A I. M. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA.

good investment. Price $1,500.
See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee.
Texaco Station : Sl M 15ch.

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I : FOR SALE: 50 acres muck adjoining .
Firestone Dealer-Tires, Tubes, Auto Supplies r
ridge and including 5 lot!
; (Opposite Prince Theatre, Pahokee, Fla.) If you want a good close in farm I I
1I
Y I h In Canal Point, see Dan Carpenter.

I H TRUCK TIRES St.22-46-ch lloinogeiiizedVitainiii : I.

: FEMALE IWLP wanted: We want

the services of a floor manager
ALL SIZES
for the Prince Theatre in Pahoket. D Milk
Apply in person. J. R. Gold, Prince

: Theatre, Pahoket, Fla. St. M22ch. ,
: 6:00x16: Recapped Tires $10.50 _. --
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I would like to buy renttwotwo -: -

New wheel tractors Fannall or
Tubes in 15, 16, 17 inch
Ford for 30 days. %V. J. Adams, AVAILABLE AT YOUR
65-1 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee.I 1
Seat Covers Seat Cushions
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GROCERY
Oll S.\I.F.: Live Easter bunnies, STORE .:
Tire Pumps Auto Horns
with or without mothers. J. F.
Spot Lights Metal Tool Boxes Doman on the Belle Glade Road -00LFA- .
1
Firestone Batterie Cigar. Lighter at the R R Crossing. A12pd. I

White, All Metal, Side aIls .OIt 5.ILE also r
: Pop rom machine -
Champion, Firestone and A. C. Spark Plugs a peanut roaster both in good : :
Truck Flares and Fire Extinguishers shape and ready to run. J. F. Do-I
man on the Belle Glade road at't : I
1lel A Seal Beam Adapter
t; the R R Crog ing. A12pd.SETT !
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!( T.\SK., Greasy Trap
Heavy Rubber Door Mats 51.39 I and Cess pools Cleaned and repaired. -1i Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. ;
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Drain fields installed Bob
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I I Douthit Pahoktt', Phone 3S.2. !, ,
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"Friday, March 29, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five


Festival Of States !er features of the week of cele- Denton-Carpenter the Navy lie recently received
Breezy bration. t his discharge from the Navy after

.At St Petersburg j i Queen of the original festival, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter of three years in the service, most
I II II I Ophelia Gray, now Mrs. Loui3 of which time he was on overseas
The training camp is about to I ST. PETERSBURG-Fifty of st. ; Strum, wife of Judge Strum of Pahokee announce the engagement duty in the Pacific area.
open. Several candidates have ap- I Petersburg's niftiest glamour girls ;: Jacksonville has accepted the invitation and approaching marriage of their The wedding is scheduled to
peared on the scene and are going candi- of the Festival committee daughter Dorothea .aFay Carpenter take place sometime in June.
have been chosen as
through limbering up exercises. I queen I .. ...
to attend the festival as honor
to Vance Denton, son of Mr.
The only veteran to show up is dates for the Festival of States, I
j guest of the city. and Mrs. V. C. Denton, also of Pa- Rev. and Ir9. T. A. Ferguson
Gant. He seems to be in fair conIditiGn. here, April 1 to 6. I I
I With Governor Millard Caldwell, : hokee. i i and 1Ir. and 'Irs. T. L. Burns
whose. qualifications Among the are beginners unknown 1 i itt From these 50 girls the queen she will retrace the route of the : Iiss Carpenter, a graduate of motored to Clemont Monday to at-
I
.9 are Morgan, Shaughnessy j )f the festival will be chosen at parade which she traveled as Pahokee High School, Class of tend the revival being conducted
Davis, Hillier Lair and Wood. the queen's review April 2. Wednesday I''queen of the festival more than a 1942, is now a senior at Florida at the Methodist Church there by

Douthit is reported as being or,r April 3, identity of the quarter of a century. . ago. i State College for Women Tallahassee E/angeli.st Ralph. E.. Johnson. .
the way into camp. Iurph1r; queen will be revealed at the Coro- : where she is studying for .
seems to be the only hold-out. We nation Ball, when the queen will Mr. and Irs. G. W. Byrd, Jr., a degree in commerce. Mr. Denton Yr. and Mrs. Ike Jacobs of
need some more candidates t get receive her crown. On Thursday, and daughter are visiting her parents graduate from P.ahokee High EVerglades City visited her parents -
this ball game startee. The seas- April 5. she will lead the grand parade Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Gegilo, School in 1941 and attended Texas Yr. and Mrs. G. .1. Pool
on is almost here and we have to of the states on the City of : in New York City. A. & M. University before joining over the weekend.

have time to practice and work I, St. Petersburg float. : -
the "charley-horses" out. This I I From the remaining 49 queens :
ought to be a fine team. Morgan each state will choose a queen.
wants to pitch. Shaughnessy wants I Sixty floats are entered in the i .
to play left tackle, Hillier wants parade and 55 bands, representing -
first base, Davis is trying for the best of Florida's high tIFT ,
quarterback, Lair wants ortstop school talent, wil provide a band I .
Cant wants to do the receiving for virtually every float along the ; fPoyf' .

votes), Wood is trying for the line of march. I'
Daily concerts at Stewart Field
hot cornrr. AU we need now is a
left fielder, a drawback and me throughout the week assure a riot LL-
ticket seller. of color, motino and music as'
members of Florida Bandma.sters'I
Prince Theater Association drill and maneuver in _

Pahokee, Florida competition for national champion-I ur '
I
Dear Abe & .e" J
Gang: I
ship.Central ,I
What we do best is to tell oth- Avenue already re- '
ers aU about and how to run their sembles a canyon of color as the "

business. You offered one hun- city assumes its fiesta dress for /IIIt11ltf i< < "
dred dollars reward for informa- the festival. Exhibition baseball :
.
tion leading to the arrest of individuals games, both big league and dia- ,
who destroy seats in the mond ball by the Kids and Kubs,
theater. You are headed dowJ1 open air card parties kiddies pa-
the wrong alley. To begin with rade, and huge displays of fire-
individuals are not tearing up the works on the waterfront are oth-
seats squirrels I I
are doing It-
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squirrels raised right here .in Pa- -- -- --- ------ -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -

hokee. Little children do not come --- i
In that class because their parents y3n

have not had them long a.6c, o ,
enough for them to get that mean.
The older teen-age group, irrespective I IJJk1
of their Pappy and Mammy,

be have respectful been around of long other enough people's to %1aUI lqe

property. Therefore they would .

not lower themselves to the level _.
ot an ordinary screw-ball. \ a Presents Its 54th Annual Statement a

What you are after, Prince
Theater Gang, are the parents of
the "in-between" group. You offer and Invites Your Attention to the Following

a "C" note for them and you will

be headed for pay dirt. This group Interesting Facts :
are looked upon as nuisances and
have to take their wrath out on pn

somebody or something in this .
world. When you catch these folks
have the city judge sentence them As 01 December 31, 1945, the Company hail in 7orce The Company has over and above allliaLilities (in.

hours to spending with their thirty-six children.continuous Now 2,925,220 policies for $324,637,856.00 01 insurance eluding reserve liability) $7,462,908.56 for tile aJJi-

. we that will we be got you straightened out, Of the Company's S19,746,89.49 assets, 32 per cent tional protection of policyholders. For each $1.00 of

seeing you liability it had $1.61 in assets of proved quality
Love and Kisses was invested in United States Government securities- ,

.Breezy.. 41 per cent in municipal, railroad and utility bonds-5 The Company, during 1915, increased the policies

A Dutch playlet was presented per cent in mortgage loans, which is evidence that these in number hy 311,147 and the amount of insurance by
by Mrs. Wilma
Lence's
grade pupils in the Canal Point first funds are contributing daily to the maintenance, im- $,455.00-increased its assets by $5,007,150.62

school auditorium on Thursday provement, and progress of your community, its rail. paid beneficiaries of the deceased policyholders
afternoon of this week.
three children took part In 1\venty-the pre- roads, schools, highways, public utilities and homes SI,868,46100-paid living policyholders in sickness

sentation. Rev. Oliver Hatfield Not a single investment is in defauIt as to principal Of. and accident claims. $3l09,937,87-ga\'e employment
wu In charge of the devotional
program. interest directly to mare than 2,300 person3.


NotiCE
Public notice II hereby chen that
the undersigned intends to rtltaur
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Financial Statement
Palm Bitch county Florida pursuant

the to Section flcUUoua U3.OD natpe Plonet', to statutes wit: Kaquea IMl, December 31, 19U a Compiled 'rem haul RtpOtt Glad with luanaee Dep&naUD"
Import Co. under Whtch we are en.gaged -
In bustnm at 513 Comeau BuUc1Inc. ADMITTED ASSETS LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS

West Wilma Palm Stach.Hictman PIa.veCu5kee. U. So government Securities . . 6ws.u.OO Policy Relents . . . . . .110.286.562.80
Pub: War. 25. Apr. S. 12. It. lHe. State, County and Municipal BOldl. . S,68I,680.SS Reserve for Sich and Accident O.iml 208,182.55
NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE: Lilroad and Utility Bonds . . . U3,58S.33 Deathums Reported but pending proof 68.9:>8.1S
DEALERS Stocks . . . . . . . . 1,669,75-1.00 React for Unreported Claims . . 50,000.00
The City of hhotre will receive Mortgages (Fust liens) . . . . J.GU.9-IS.81 Premiums paid in advance . . . SrJ,805.2J
sealed 19-14. at bids the up offIce until of a p.the m.City. April Clerk 21 Real Estate (Home Office) . . . 306,587,63 Estimated amount due or accrued for taUt 7,90j.51

In the CIty of Pahotef. Florida on Cash . . . . . . . . 1.958,898.7 Reserve for payment 10 inactive employees 401,593.40
One 1946 2-door sedan romplett. Interest due and accrued . . . 1'.057.7j Miscel1aaeous liabilities . . . . 1.979.66
The
City hu one 19-41 Tudor Ford
Premiums in of collection . 129.81l70
:
to be traded In on this new f&1' Bid.der course

trade-tn.may enter bid and consider the Total admitted \5)t5 . . . . 119,1-16.896J'J Total liabilities except capital . . 112.283.987.93
The CIty reserves the right to reject
any and IU btcU.
CITY OF PAIIOKEB Voluntary contingency Resenes surplus funds, and capital for further protection of policholden.

PAHOKEE. FLORID.- General Contingency Reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I JOOOOO.oo
Clnk.By W. P. Walter. City Morbidity fluctuation Reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30,000.00
Pub. liar. 29. Aprtl S. 12. 19. 1946. Unusigned Surplus Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3OI2.908.S6
IS TilE Ct'\TT JUDGES COURT INAM Capital Stock . . . . . . . . ..' ..... . . . . . . . . . 3,000,000.00
) FOR PALM BELCH COUNTY 7,412.908.56
FLORIDAIN
RE ESTATE OP '19.716,86.W
\V L BRANDON DESED
NOTICE or INTENTION TO MIKE
1rrLlr.\TlO FOR ns 1LDISI'IIRGE

TO ALL WO IT MAY


of tuf'd Hon.Notice the my.Richard Estate and li final hereby that of report P W I linn will RobbtnJ.L II Brandon.COSCERS'I Administrator apply that County I to han decraed. the- I I I INDUSTRIAL LIFE and HEALTH ISSURANCE 1 C011PANYAtlanta C1


Judu. cf hIm Beach County. Florida '
on the 29th day of \prU. 1946. for approval I
of the same and for finAl dl4'hurt : Georgia
( as MmtnLstrator of the lktatecr
w L Nrtn&m. dl"'f'a ed.
DATED this nth day of Ya.th. ....
D. 1946 1891- Over Half a Century of Service -1946
w. 5. BR.\SOOS. ItA Acntnbtrat.tr -
of the F.tate of Yo' --
L Bu on. (1ttf'-'C'<1.
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point florida Friday March 29. 1946

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The Easter bunny says: "Be a Teachers Association, music scholarahips -
pD DDDDDDDDDDDDa Life O The [good Egg and buy Easter Seals for : are being awarded for
Campus the aid of crippled children.- 1946-41 by Rollins College, Stet-
o a AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL These colorful little stamps help son University Jacksonville College -
I pay for nursing medical care and of Music University of Miami
CASH..NOW rehabilitation of cripples, both and Tampa University. Walter
0 The Pan American Club met children and adults. Charmbury Rollins College chair.
Monday night. Due to the fact -e. man of the scholarship committee,
that the guest speaker, a body Through the Florida State Music announced this week.

WE PAY MORE FOR YOUR CARL from Cuba was not present, we -J.
had a business meeting of our club.
i; After the meeting refreshments
were served by Lynn Horne and
te Models Any Make Harlan Sears. The meeting was ,
then adjourned.
a The Sophomore Class went hiking -
o 0 the other day, with their chap-
for Economical Transportation
0 erones they ventured to St. Lucie
where they enjoyed a picnic lunch,
with soft drinks and all that goes i
with a good ole time picnic.
0 The few members of the school
0 press club complied to request by
0 the Palm Beach Junior College to
l'IIOsE 311 P.\IIOKEE, FLORIDA IiJ send news and pictures from Paho-
kee High School. We did our best
'
0 in presenting them with items of I
interest of our school. We also sent
Christian Chevrolet a picture scene from the Junior LF -
Senior Banquet. The Palm Beach
Junior College is publishing a
newspaper called "The Beach-
I! RAYMOND CImLsTLIN, Owner ccmber". This paper which will f
I be printed only for this month
0Q 21 Jour Wl'ffkfr Senlre Offlrial A.\-\ Representative IiiJ I will contain pictures and news
from every school in Palm Beach
w county.The I
caaa o a rI I eighth grade welcomes anew I .

,. student Floyd Reeves from I
Belle Glade. The ninth grade al-
so has a new student enroUed-
I Julia Pilcher from Panama City,
i: F1orida. .
i WANTED: We had a number of visitors I
from the Florida State College I
'for Women, who graduated from
:H: STENO-CLERK Pahokee High. They were: Betty 11:7 Don't

I 1 1I I Jean rcLartv, Nellie Latham, and : eLi
EXPERIENCED
Nancy Stevens. We are always
I I I glad to have former graduates
: Good 'Yorking Canditions !visit the school. NEGLECT
I
,
: : FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. i 'I I -- ..-..- .. -

: PHONE 2001. P AHOKEEI I I II I I! Cinematic Chatter ,1 : Take Away

I By Malcolm Millar
I

I: There is a beautiful technicolor From You !

, DDaaDDDDDDDDDaD DDDQr I show to be seen at the Prince
Theatre this coming Sunday-Mon-
0
day, when 'The Spanish Main"
0 I I moves In with Paul Henreid and
$100 Reward Maureen O'Hara as it's principal
I'I stars and a cast of the best assortment -
of Hollywood featured play.I .
For Information Leading To Arrest I f hwI
I The story is a 17th century sagaQ
And Conviction Of Indh.idualsWho ''I'with modern language In place of
the stilted speeches of that period.
Iestroyed Seats In TheI'rine I'I Paul Henrrid, a Dutch sea-captain

Theatre is captured by a Spanish ship of
I I pirates while he is sailing for

0 ttJ II I America with a shipload of colon-
'ists. The Spaniards torture the
sea captain to the extent that he
Q I decides on reven e.
Prince Theatre He becomes a pirate In his own I
'right when he escapes the Spm-:
a lards and captures a ship upon L.
which is Iaureen O'Hara.ith
lj8 I whom he falls in love.
The story is exciting romantic

and adventuresome the direction Of course you wouldn't part with your elec.tric
leaves no room for criticism and
the acting by the entire cast is refrigerator for anything in the world. .
faultless I'm sure )'ou'll like it model but
except a newer government fig-

Just Reeeivetl IIII II I very The much.management of the Prince ures show that lack of proper care is putting

I I ,and Everglades Theatres anounre a thousands of refrigerators out of service
new policy in the booking of screen
Call a repairman at the first sign of trouble
,
III I i attractions in the future that I am
I sure is going to be a lot more sat.isfactory don't overcrowd your refrigerator and allow
ii iiII
I ELECTRIC BROODERS i to all cinema lovers. for free air circulation; don't place hot dishes
Of course with this new change
comes added expenses in purchasing in it and use covered containers for liquids

so the price of admission for and leftovers; keep the door closed and see

the adlltq during the week had to that it fits tightly; keep temperature controls
be upped a trifle. 111e new price
BROILER BATTERIES Ii IiI I will be tic throughout the entire no lower than necessary and you will

II ,I Which week and this includes the tax. contin.e to have modern refrigeration, right
doesn't make the tariff so
i on until you too can enjoy the even greater
I :: .high and besides. as we have
been assured the I conveniences of the Electronic
:: by manag'mtntthat Age of ToI -
WATER' FOUNTS & FEEDERS pictures will be more current i Come
I 'and that and here is good news, I morrow. into our office for your free

the managers have managed to : copy of "How to Economize Wisely with

LARGE & SHALL i; 'contract C'ompaniu.with all the major film I Electricity;'

I
it : So I am sure I speak for the
I:
majority when I ay, it is not the
I .
price that Wt mL"1d. if pictures are
II
i good. Am I right j
See you at the mo\e- f&l. ILOAID% POR '
4 CONPi'Y
i .. I $6MT
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Pahokee Supply Co. : I
Assets ot the American Fire I 9
,
1 1IIARI)11'AIZE and Casualty Company ot Orlando "Iii 1
Florida increased more thAn
& P.\I\T HEADQUARTERS Ii one-alf million dollars and the lay Victory BInds and Saye Them toby
O. S. BACON PHONE 261 premium \\'titir.g3.S up more
than $500.000 1:1 1915, according to Your Electronic Age Kitchen !
I 'G. S. Bradshaw vice-pruident and I
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Friday, March 29, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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i will continue his teachings on "The .
Easter Seals Are
) Children of Irael", presenting

1zhP' Now Being Sold what is just ahead for the Jewish

# people. One time only the Bible Baptist Article Of Faith No. 9

Jc. ; TAMPA The Florida Association speaks of the "Fulness of the Gen- ,

for Crippled Children and tiles" and the uTimes of the Gen-

)Ir. and lr5. Charles G. Train of Adults launched its .state- ;de tiles" These subjects will be discussed "God's Of Grace"
Purpose
Belle Glade announce the birth ofa campaign for the sale of Easter \\;particular reference

son, Chatl Eugene, at the Seals last week. to the accepted false .fe."sigh of I

Everglades Memorial Hospital on Affiliated with the National the Jew, the Antichrigt. All un- ,

:Mar. 23. 1 1Ir. Society for Crippled Children, the. attached men of this area and !

) and lr5. Russell E. John- local organization participates in \'litors.ill receive a hearty wel- \re believe that Election i5 the eternal purpose

son of Pahokee announce the birth. the nationwide program which began come this Sunday, Lions building of God, according to which He graciously regenerates -

cf a son, Enin Eugene, at the I last week and continues at 915. i
sanctifies md sinners that beingperfectly
wes
I ;
Everglades Memorial Hospital on through April 21. -.-- I
March 26. I. Those who purchase the colorful : consistent with the free agency of man,

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook, Jr., of I Lt. Howard Tiffin, formerly of I
Easter Seal in.Florida will be grat- : it com,,rehenl;5 all the means in connection with
Belle Glad the birth of Pahokee, has arrived in Miami for !
announce ified to know that this
remains -
i money : the ens ; that it is a most glorious display of God'g I
visit with relatives there after
. a son, Ronald Gary, at the Ever- in the State and is used for a
g1p.des Memorial Hospital on I the aid and rehabilitation of the 18 months of overseas duty in the: : sovereign goodness, being infinitely free, wise,

March 26. handicapped L"1 their own county. European Theatre. Howard has : i Holy, md unchangeable : that it utterly exclude
_
- eCLSS --' ----e. --- re-enlisteed for an additional two i
boasting, and promotes humility, Jove, prayer,
PARTY )IE. 'S BIBLE CUSS years of overseas duty in the i .
The Ready Workers Class of the A most cordial invitation is extended Arm}'. He will visit relatives in I praise, trust in God, and active imitation of Ills

Pahokee Church of the Nazarene I to the ex-service men of Pahokfe before reporting for rei i free ni rcr; t'.at it encourages the use of means

met at the home of Von Ell Davis this community, not otherwise af- assignment. in the highest degree ; that it mar be ascertained

for their March meeting Games filiated, to attend the Pahokee ...
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br its effects in all who truly believe the gospel
were played and thane: with birth- Men's Bible Class next Sunday to ;

days were recognizt'd. receive as a courtesy of the class )Irs. C. W, Kennen has returned that it is the, foundation of Christian assurance;

At an appropriate time a delic- a copy of the recently written from Miami where .she was I and that to ascertain it with regard to ourselves

ious lunch was sen'ed. The St. book uGood-by to G. I.:' or uHow called recently by the illness of I
demands and deserve the utmost diligence.
Patrick theme wag used throughout to be a Successful Civilian," by her mother, Mrs. E. O. Murphy I

the meeting Those attending Maxwell Drake, a former senice- Mrs. Murphy, a former Pahokee I f

were, Mary Funderburke, Jewel man The Class Quartet will pre- resident, was able to be moved Paid Advertisement of the

Brady, Celeta Gant, Clara Jo and sent its usual splendid program, this week to Pahokee to convalesce!
First Church Pahokee Fla.
Baptist ,
Joyce Healon, the honored guest Rep Cowart will direct another of at the home of her son and daugh- :

and teacher Mrs. Frances Johnson. his enthusiastic song st'rviceg ter-in.law, Mr. and Mrs 0, M, :

The next meeting will be held at The teacher, Rev C. A, Moberg, (Mack) Murphy. 1
the home of Mary FUnderburke. i

I
IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE
lSTJI Jl'DICI.\L CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
ID.IS AND fOR PAUl BEACII
r which
COUNTY r Nfessora
1
CIUSCERY NO. 1U1 YOUR RED CROSS MUST;CAIRY OW i s
.
1
LUCILLE HAUSHAULTER, : .
Plaintiff, : T g nUm '<<,
-vs- :
DANIEL IIAUSHAULTER, : f f9c -ThE dPiet "
Dett'ndant. : thafinished
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO DANIEL HAUSHAULTER. 620 S. McDONOUGH 'f ., 'g
STREET, D I CAT E R, e l to review '
GEORGIA: eicos ose
You are hereby required to appear In ..,.. form
the above Court on the 8th day of 'Al 'Y
April, A. D. 19016, at the Court House In 'I t It high'ti
West Palm Beach Palm Beach County, I t1 a reJlectsprlnts.o.
Piorda. to answer to the Bill ot Com- ; s
plant for Divorce filed against you In A
the above entttloo cause and EVERGLADES can't .
t.1chorea a
NEWS a newspaper regularly r.
published In Palm Beach County, Flor- 11y UP AND DOWN I
Ida 15 hereby designated as the news-
paper In1'hich this Order shall be published $IlYe"Theory
once each week for tour consecutlve -

DONE weekly AND tssut'S.ORDERED at West Palm LINE \ior" te! r
THE COAST JILL
Btach. Palm Beach County Florida '41,1 1 business
this 4th day ot March. A. D. 19016. 1
J. ALEX ARNETF Clerk ot theories
CIrcuit Court Palm Beach
County Florida . '. years 0
.
(Circuit Court Seal '" beating d4
Thaddie P. Plant, 4.\. :,,;t '
Dy '.... skilL s
Deputy Clerk.Thadd ? "- reprorrueedrom .Q
Whiddt'n .. ; To be :
.. '
Attorney for Plaintiff qt ,', ' "" ;= THE VALDOSTA (Ga.) .a..::"
I ;,
Pahokt'f, Florida '. : ; ': i genstern' 1
Pub: March 8, 15, 22 and 29, 19t6. : :' : ; : .a DAILY TIMES have bee ': }t.::
: f : ? //l; ? ton
-NOTICE-- -TO-n.\UlO- DEALERS: ( : [: !; : yourconverU "

City Council, City of Pahokee, : OBSERVATIONS! 1113y 1 4

will receive bids up to eight o'clockp. . t .., I Iv like so
m., April 9. 19-16, for one 50 TVRNER ROCKWELL : so m r.)
watt shortwave radio station, complete : .: . : .mo/\AiJ1h/\ .N JJJt -- _J tried tc \
+ '.
and two 30 watt car radios, '. : chance.From,
A bulletin recently issued by the Federal -
complete. All bids will be filed ,.
I Ir" Reserve Dank of Atlanta points to the I, '
with the City Clerk at the City t ..
;7IW itJL rlWM I industrial! changes in the South during the fessors' + =
Hall in the City of Pahokee, Flor- :1ppl1cati :!
attention to the
war years and calls: possi-
Ida. City of Pahokee reserves the .
.
business :
1 bilities for retention of many of the gains
right to reject and all bids. .
any "<' bt belpfu' >
.. ; made and the betterment of the economic '"
CITY OF PAHOKEEBy .
W. P. Walker, City :.. ,. t You are interested in jidustriol{ statu3 of this: section. proirnm, ':1.-'
:
\ . .. a a tong-r :
Clerk plant.sites or distribution facilities in : : )I
22 29 5 1946. There has been such a marked develop-I covers a '
Pub. Mar. 15, Apr. '
!i1
tht Southeast: hall be 91ad, to :* iU a.
, we : recent- ment of the industrial phase of the South's lIt print '.

; mend' suito'le! J cotiou. Our research j 4 economy that we may well look to the i planning
.
.
:
: future in the full confidence that the South usually asometime ::,
; slog' is also availabf for ompre-- j. t' y :
:: will no longer depend alm03t entirely on
IBJNOTHING : hensive studies with respect .1;'.: farm products for its lh'elihood. creators 't

> .: '.,." '
faith Inorable
1 to industrial po-.sibilities'in our a a aIn ,
.: I .
tern1ory. Your inquiries will receive our the war period, as the bulletin tells

ii. t ''. us, there was a notable increase in the ccrdlnilas i'
CAUSES a, ... prompt and confidential attention t number employed in manufacturing as their

MORE FAiSF HOPES d ,. Address J. J.t Fields, Assistant Vice-President t : : compared to agricultural emplo'ment. Not But It ,

THAN ONE GOOD ?. >... .Wilmington, Ncrth Coroina.' r ., ;:'1., only is this true but many parts of the the most :1
:
South that formerly knew little or nothing cds can ; ->
CANTEL O UPE.tl .,\ .:..:' '.,' r .. " :"
an'nstatics
of manufacturing activity became centers solve

s"'.:..s-; ...'. \ : ; ;r'J4 :*f' >"' -': ; of industrial plants spend :'' (r;:

( \\ v t t a ,1
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,II'f ,jl ; 1' .
( r.r 7I .,
''' 1 IS I : finds itself with ample capital to finance '
-.',\., ,' II!, .. ; j And so .
< t illl" : rerhaIn

tit iL -l ?\ ) <. :;t'C 0 A 81 LINE Indications t are that a there t will be a realize ton.:

; I l it' strong demand for agricultural\ products
:. ranwinner
\ jI long-
i
; for some time and this should give assurance "4
;' l \ RAilROAD that the farmers of the South will a

'" \ ((1H continue to receive favorable returns from expect to,.

r.. !f / j #', .-, their crop entry po11f

.. --:--- The South i3 no longer looking upon it-

Sometime nn obsolete or self a5 unable to fight its Oln battles and

I chart its own future. It is awakening and
out-molll policy represents II I looking to the future with confidence and \'OU'l

II there u the firm conviction that never tntnt betUnited
fare hope, too. Let u:;
I again can it be justly referred to as the }

check your portfolio of policies "n1tlon'oi economic problem number one" tXP1ar.1 f

On the other hand, there is rood reason to \:

to see if they provide : I look to the South as the nation's number crew Ctra. r rTh
,# SERVING I AMERICA'Sj I '
: one opportunity
\11 the current advantages n t
.
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BLEECII i ;, NEW FZO.NTIER" tog om: .
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, Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 29, 2926
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I in the week at the State Music festival. r!
Eminent Composer 71/JI///I/I/I/00//III/Il/Il! ! ! slII INI1ISlilAD !
The complete concert pro- [ .
gram is as follows:
Guest.Conductor D[
"Hosts of Freedom' March.King"Crusaders" [

.. . .
Buchtel
Next Monday Night I I"Student Prince"Overture Overture [

.: _. ... ..... ..._.. _... Bomberg (D
Washington Post March Sousa I
Henry Fillmore of Miami, emi- In a Persian Market Ketelbey I Ii I. J. FRASURE JR
nent composer, arranger and pub-. Orange Bowl March Fillmore Q
. ... ,
lisher, will be guest conductor at King Henry March King .
I Theme from Piano Concerto ......- a
the concert to be presented by the _. .. Tschaikowsky .
Pahokee High School Band on the .
lOur Director March Bigelow
program of the April meeting of Men of Ohio .-.. . Fillmore I; Announces His
the Pahokee Parer.t-Teacher Association Star Spangled Banner ....--.........._. I Cl
to be held In the high .. Smith-Maddy arrangement aD
For
school auditorium on Monday ... I; Candidacy
night, April I, at 8 o'clock. Mr. I
Fillmore is president of the American -CAMPBELL NAMED I II Cl

Bandmasters AssOciation and SARASOTAIr.; Doak S. I f QD
I
many of his compositions and ar-
rangements have been featured in!Campbell, president of F. S. C. w. D I II
concerts played by the Pahokee was selected by the State Ring- I Councilman
Band in the past. From Pahokeehe I ling Committee to prepare a tentative I
goes to St. Petersburg where he I budget based on expected
I D
will be one of the six judges for d costs to improve, maintain and operate -
the school band contests to be con- I the Ringling Art Museum I; In Group 1
ducted there during the State;at Sarasota. The committee mem- I
Music Festival, April .-6. hers present included J, Thomas I .
The first three numbers which Gurney of Orlando, Karl A. Bickle, I
the 43-piece band will play on the Sarasota, Colin English, Talla-
PTA program are contest selec- basee R. A. Gray, 'Ialahassee and ClD
tions that will be repeated later Dr. DoalS S. Camp l1. QD
I Pahokee Annual Election


D DD


Frallk Rozelle D .
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D Announces His a I Tuesday, May 7.GHlCCLTUU.L .


D
B Candidacy ForMAYOR E DD

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(Paid Political Adv.l Q

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In The
.\ NOTES ,"bulk loaded at the farmer's gate" :expected earlier in the season.Com-
0 ''for U. S. No. 1 quality :' pared with the acreage harvested
ORLANDO :- Saturday USDA : An estimated 34,900 acres of pOin 1945, increases of 12 and 10
supplemented Its 1946 price sup- !
AnnQal Pahokee Election port program for Irish potatoes tatoes have been planted In Flor- percent are indicated for Flondab
ida and the Texas Lower and Texas Lower ,
D a }' announcing a schedule for f. o. Valley Valley respect-
b. prices and other conditions for for early spring harvest. This acre-, ively
accepting potatoes under the sup- age is 12 percent larger than the I In Florida most of the acreage
port program. An earlier an31,300 acres harvested in 1945 and planted for harvest in early spring
To Be Held
a noun cement (Dec. 7, 1945) covered exceeds the 10 year (1935-H avo wu in very good condition about
a schedule of basic support prices erage by 35 percent. In each March I, with the acreage in the
which applied only to potatoes state, plantings exceed acreages IIMtings area oft to IL good start.

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Tuesday, May 1, 1946 r 1

THE OLD JUDGE S YS.. .
(Paid Political Adv.)
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; 'YORLD'S FASTEST.I. I riz
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GREYHOUNDS 1 rI
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IN _ACTION NIGHTLY I I II I -l rr r... til 1

(except Sundays) I .frl rv
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Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races I +1

Nine I I i 4 I II
quiniela races

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No minors admitted I

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'I GEORGE: "Ye5, I certainly would like to much is being done to help them by finding
hear why you call that an old fashIoned out and correcting the condition that leads
All racing under state racing idea. Judge." them to tIccss."

commission supervision OLD JUDGE: "Glad to tell you, Gtorge. GEORGE:"how" many folks are there like
Until recently, a person known as an al. that Judge
coholic was generally treated as a social OLD JUDGE:"Well,according to scientific
outcast. Little if anything was done to research. '95% of the people who d.nnk.
understand him or help him But,during the drink sen tbly_ 5% do so unwisely, at timest
PALM BEACH past few years, medial research and study Included in that,5%IS the small percentage
I has developed that alcoholics are really sck of the sick people I'm talking about"

KENNEL CLUB people._. that there is usually a deepGEORGE: 1h3t certainly gin me a
rooted physical, social or emotional reason clearer picture. Il's the most sensible 3P.
oppolt lorrUoa Field behind their behn'Or. Th3t's why today so preach I'\-e ever heard 011 the S'Jbjttt." !

On Belvedere! hold Ii i I
i WNt Palm Belch i iI I
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Friday, March 29, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Nine
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant NonCE to Section 9 of Chapter 18296. Laws Vegetable Ien Lay
01 Florida. Acts of 1931. known as the MURPHY ACT, the following described
land in Palm Beach County Flonda will be offered for sale at public outcry
for the highest and best cash bid subject to the right of the Trustees of the ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I
Internal Improvement Fund to reject any and all bids, at the Courthouse beginning Plans For National
at 10:00: O'Clock A. M. on the 10th day of May 1946. As to Lands out.6lsde : We wish to thank our many friends In the Glades for the I
easement for road right of 200 feet wide will be
reserved any from municipality any parcel through which there 18 an existing way state road. As to an business which they have given us in the past and for their '
lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as of this date title to Meet In Palm Beach i understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the !
one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be reserved: :' years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and '
U land are within said corporate limits as of this date the reservation applies, I
maintenance of Airfields for the
and
but privilege to explore mine I d develop will be conducted on and under : Army Navy. I Ii.
lands only with the consent of toe surface owner Some thIrty members and guests i. Once able to
again we are resume peacetime operations and i

DESCRIPTION Sec 'I"p. Rge. Acre!i attended the March meeting of the offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it I

Lot 8. Block 21. Add NO.1to Glades Branch of the National has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we
Town of Lake Worth offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished I
as in PB 5 Pages e to 9 Wholesale Fresh Fruit and Vegetable planting.job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of

inc. ________.________..____._ trees shrubs vines etc
Lots 8. 9. 12. 13 &: 14 Distributors Association at lovely potted plants awaiting your I

Block 5. Lake Boynton the Lions club in Pahokee Tuesday selection. !
Estates Plata No.1. 2, 3
&4A as in PB 13 Pgs 32 night, with President Roy Segree We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will I

& 53&PB14Pgs11& The appreciate your continued business
presiding.
69 _________.__._.._....__.._ 29 45 43 company enjoyed :'
Lots 9 to 11 inc., Block 7, a delicious fried chicken dinner. E. TINSLEY HALTER President.SL'RSERIES .

Lake Plats No.1.Boynton 2. 3.Ditates& 4A r President Segree announced that I : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at

as in PB 13 Pgs 32 &: 53. the invitation of the Branch to . City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida
& PB 14 Pgs 11 &: 69 ____.....__..._ 29 4S 43 hold the national convention in
Lot 1. Block 3'78. Town of
Lake Worth as in PS 2 Palm Beach next January, had

Pages 29 to 40 Inc ____.__..._.._ been accepted by the National Ad.I I
Lots I, 2 &: 4, Block 5, '
Late Boynton Ditatea visor) committee.
Plata No,1, 2, 3 &: 4A as To carry out the work of the I
in PB 13 Pgs 32 &: 53, &:
PB 14 Pgs 11 &: 69 _____.....____ 29 45 43 convention the president named I
PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
Lot 7. Block 125. Town of the following committee chairmen, I -

Lake WOrth as in PB 2 who will select their assistants: I
Pages 29 to 40 inc. __.______..____
Lot 14. Block 4. Dell Parkas General Chairman, Roy Segree, I IPabokee. J. 'v. R ASH LEY
in PB 8 P 56 being ... I
a Subdivision of Lots 3.
4,5&s4ofLot2W i Registration Harold Rabin, I JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
of RJ Subdi' ___________..._____.. 9 46 43 Belle Glade
Lot 8. Block 312. Town of I
Lake Worth as in PB 2 Finance, Frank Dooley, Belle I
Pages 29 to 40 inc. ____....._._.. Glade. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Lot 6. Block 314. Town of I
Lake Worth as in PB 2 Banquet, B. Lee Hayman, Belle j
Pages 29 to 40 ine. Glade.
Lot 1. Elock 314. Town of
Lake Worth as in PB 2 Entertainment, L. J. Frazer, Pa-

Pages 29 to 40 inc. _____________.. hokee. i I 1
Lot Block Town of
8. 314.
Lake Worth as In PB 2 Transportation, C. A. Thompson, I
Pages 29 to 40 ine. ___:.._....___ Belle Glade. I
Canal Point Machine Works
Lot to 6.To'n Block of 66.Lake Add Worth No. 1 Get-to.gether Party, W. L. Duncan : r

&tinPB5Pages 6to9Inc. Canal Point
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Ladies Entertainment, 1Irs. E. 1 Manufacturers Of
Lots 11 &: 12. Block I, :' I
Bunker Hill Addition to L. Pope, Pahokee, and Irs. O. G. 1 IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
West Palm Beach as in Belle Glade.
PB 10 P II --___-___________________ 4 44 43 IcWhorter, HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
Lota 11 & 12. Block 2. Housing and Reception, E. L. ; I
!
Bunker Hill Addition to Pope, Pahokee., WEED CHOPPERS
West Palm Beach as in
PB 10 P 8 .__________.____.__..__-. 4 44 43 Souvenir Program, E. A. McCabe .L
Lot 6. Block 11, Lake Belle Glade. I
Boynton Estates Plats
No.1. 2. 3 & 4A as In President Segree has named the We Are Agents For :
PB 13 32 & 53. & I II
Pgs : following s tan din committee
PB 14 Pgs 17 &: 69 ____.__-_..__ 29 45 43 g I ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES .
Lot 21. Block "r. Lake- chairmen for the Branch: Executive -

view Ridge as in PB Harold Rabin legislative L.L. DIESEL MOTORS
7 Pgs 35 &: 40 ___ ______...____ 4 44 43. : AND HERCULES l lI
Lot 9. Block 2. 1I1l1crest at Stuckey; membership, J. II.Barnick I
Lake Worth as In PB 12 nomination E. A. McCabe .
P 40 .____.________._____..___ 21 44 43 ; '
being a subdl of Tract Ie ; publicity, Lester Duncan WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK i

of Wli transportation, H. J. Clause; councilor .
Lot 16. Block 1S1. Town of
Lake Worth as in PB 2 W. C. Lord.

Lot Pages 5, 29 Block to 40 41.Inc.North_--...._.....__ ... The firm of E. H. Borchardt of : CANAL I'OINT1'I10N 531-. O BON 466 I.

Lake Worth as in PH 5 Belle Glade was elected to membership i
JIgs 48 to 49 __..________.__.... 15 ,44 43. in the Branch I
Lot S. Block 41. North
Lake Worth as in PB SPgs -- . WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
48 &: 49 _______._______ 15 44 43
Lots 500 to 504 Inc. The I LADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
Gardena at South Palm
Holland Covers i
Beach as in PH 9 P 13 ______._ 4 44 43 TIlE GLADES
Lot 5. Block 266, Town of
Third Of In I
State
Lake Worth as in PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ___.._..___
Lots 24 to 24 inc.. Bloch Campaign Tour
21. Amhome Park First
Addition to Kelsty City '
as in PO 3 P 34 _________.:__- 29 42 43 BARTOW, March 2'-Whtn he KILGORE BRED-RITE SEED fl.
Lou 27 k 28. Block 21,
Acbrthome Park First speaks Saturday night at 8 o'clockin

Addition to Kelsey City the courthouse in Tampa, .
as In PH 3 P 34 ___.___.____..___ 2! 42 43 square
Lot 3. Block 3012. Town of Spessard L. Holland, candidate for
Lake Worth as In PB 2 the United States Senate, will have
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ______.____._.. the Farmer Deliver
Lot 9. Block 380. Town of covered one-third of the State in Helping

Lake Worth as in PB 2 two week of intensive campaign-
Pages 29 to 40 inc. ______........
Lots 51 &: 52. Replat of ing.Pleased the Goods 'VithInsecticides
reltedt're Court No. 1 with the hearty welcome ,, -
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as in PH 13 P 15 - 33 43 43 he received on his swing into
Lota 7 &: 8. Block 11. Lake
Boynton Estates Plats North and Central Florida, Florl- I
No.1. 2,3&4A as in da's Wartime Governor will return
PB13P s32&53&PB
14 Pgs 17 &: 69 -_._____ 29 45 43 to Bartow briefly Sunday before
Lots 19 & 20. Block 14. turning toward the middle East
Colonial Estates as in
PO 9 P12 --.--_______________ 4.9 U 4J Coast and the lower ridge section
Lots 200 & 201, The Gard.ens .
at South Palm where he will speak in a dozen rH

Beach as in PO t P 13 -.---..-..._ 4 U 43 counties during the coming week. w
Lots 72 & 73, Southern As during the first week of the n
Boulevard Park as in PB
11 P 15 _______.n.__..________..__ 33 43 43 campaign Holland this week was 0
CONTINUED ON FOLLOWING P."OD met at all stops by old friends and ANDFungicides
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a ociates of the days when he I t

was a member of the State Senate t7
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and when he was the State's Chief I

Executive. i

A Servant of the Glades Hearty applause greeted the :

candidate when he declared his belief .

i I that 'we must also ln. Lot on

I military on
maintaining our power

To Miami a basis so strong that we could ,..
4 Buses IQ
I
immediately defend ourselves . .
To West Palm Beach I I against aU po ible aggressors. IiI : IS OUR BUSINESS

Daily I He went on to express the "I rI
To FI 3yers & Lakeland ..
IiI
I that "It may be possible and safe,

I after the organization for world N

; peace has gone much father than C; NOW -\Vhat Do You Need?

I lit has yet advanced. to further reduce -
Glades Motor Lines Inc. C/)
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: our military might, but certainly ,.I

I it would not be safe for us tj
I Call Us
,6 SERVING TilE i to do so while the world Is in its -

present confusion." :

... GLADES"i The man has served his nation w

County and State u soldier. :


i tnltiCg State Senator Attorney and County Wartime Judge PI'03I.Cow. :! ,'!I' KllCOR [ 80[[ CO1

"rnor over a period of 2i years. : :

i showed the wide variety of his experience :

in the careful analysis he ; :

I presented of post-war problems; 3 Pahokee Belle Glade

and suggestions for their solution. I

I . Phone 3201 Phone 106

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The production of Angora wool

b estimated at about 24 million i

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Ten The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 29, 19-16

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DESCRIPTION Sec. 'h-p. Re. Acres D&SCRIPTIOY Sec. Twp. Rge Acres
Ramie Is
Industry Lots 25 & 26. Block 89. Lots 19 to 24 ine.. Block

Northwood Addition 8. RIo Del Rey as in PB

West Palm Beach f 12 P 8-1 --- ___ __________ 21 46 43
In Doubtful Stage (Plats 1 to 6 & 8 to 11 Lot 15, Block 6. OsceolaLott

&Inc 62.as PB In PB 9 Pages 8 Pages 30 41& 16. -Block-__ ___6._ Osceola_____.________...___ ,

41. PB 10 P 11. PB 11 Park _.___ ____
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Capitol Men Think Pages 18. 38 & 39. PB 1Z Lot 18. Block; G, Osceola
P 11 & PB 14 P 14 ______.__...__
Park _____u____..__.___________
Lots 29 & 30. Block 23.. Lot 40. Block 7. Osceols

Colonial Estates as "in Park ______ ____ _____.___.._.
nn
PB 9 12 __________ -
WASHINGTON Department P u ______ 4-9 U 41 Lot 1. Block 14, Osceola

of officials Lot 6, Belle Terre as In Park _nn_____.____________.___ '
Agriculture say that PB 13 P 31 m_________________.._ 3 44 n Triangular strip W of
after 50 years of recurring enthusiasm Lots 2.6 & 2U, Hillside Block 14 Oscfola Park -------?

in Florida about Park u in PB 12 P 11 ----.----._ 9 H n NE'. OF SE'. OF SWt. ---__._____ n 46 43 10
growing Lot 1, Block 197. Town of NE4! OF NE'i OF NW1. u.____._ 11 46 4J 10
ramie, the industry is still in Lake Worth as in PB 2 Lot 19 SUbdlV _-____________._.____ 23 46 43 20

the experimental stage. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. __________..__ SE!. OF Lot 13 Subdl\_________ 20 46 43 5
Lot I, Block 83. Lynn's Lot 14 E of FEC Ry.

Most hopeful angle to current Addition to Osceola Subdl' __uun___._______.__..... 2G 46 43 4 1
is that several Park Being a Subdivision !.Iz OF Wtz of Lot 28 .
optimism companies
of Blocks 81. 88. Subdlv ---- --_____.. ______.__. 20 46 43 5
-- including U. S. Sugar 9S. & 96 of Town of Lot 4 W of Ry Subdi' ___________ 21 46 43 2

are putting some into it in Delray ___________________..___._ Lots 19 & 20. Block 6.
money Lots 2 & 3. Block 88. Lynn's Osceola Park -----n. ____.___
a determined effort to see whetherit Addition to Osceola W!. of Lot 26. NW'. OF

still work. Park Being a Subdivision Ez! of Lot 26. Wz of
I of Blocks 81, 88. Lot 27, W!, of Lot 23

Although too early to tell, officials II 95. & 96 Of Ton or SuIJdlv ----. ._.._...___........_... -2 0 46 43 .22.5
believe that these experiments Delray ________n________________.. Lot 16. Block 79, Town of
Lot 5. Block 88, Lynn.s Lake Worth as In PB 2

undoubtedly will show Addition to Osceola Pages 29 to 40 inc. n___._______
whether the ramie Industry Park Being a Subdivision Lot H, Block 80, Town of
ot Blocks 87, 88. Lake worth
as in PB 2 ,
through use of machinery can be 95. & 96 of Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. u_____..__.___

placed on basis of economic competition Delray ____.._____.__......_.._..... Lot 6. Block 123. Torn of

with the cotton Industry Lot 6. Block 88, Lynn's Lake Worth as In PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ________......._
Osceola
even on a minor scale. There 13 Addition to Lot 6. Block 125. Town of
Park Being a Subdivision
Lake Worth as In PB 2
doubt it well in Florida
no of Blocks 87. 88.
grows Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. n___________
9S, & 96 of Ton of \
Glades lands but not well in Lot 16. Block 141 Town of
very I Delray ________________u_____....__ ,
Lake Worth as In PB 2
sandy soil.Officials. Lot 7. Block 88, Lynn's
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. u_____._..___
Osceola
Addition to
have evidence of ramie Lot 5. Block 14S, Town of
Park Being a Subdivision -
Lake Worth as In PB 2
promotion going back 50 years of Blocks 81, 88. .
Pages 29 10 40 Inc:. m_____._.____
but fibre 95, & 96 of TO'ib of Lot
has never been 13. Block 145. Town of
produced Delray ______________n_______.
In Lake Worth as In PB 2
any appreciable quantity. Being Lot 9. Block 8S. lynn's Pages 29.to 40 Inc. __u________.._.
more expensive with flax. The new Addition to Osceola
Lot 14. Block 119. Town of
Park Being a Subdivision -
wrinkle is an effort to use ma- Lake
of Blocks 87. 88. Worth as In PB 2

chinery. Main source of ramie has 95, & 96 of Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. n________._._

Delray _________________._._.__... Lot 9. Block 184. Town of
been China where cheap hand labor Lake Worth as In PB 2

Lot 10, Block 88. Lynn's Pages 29 to 40 Inc. __._..
h used. This country couldn'tcompete .._...._..
Addition to Osceola
&. Lot 4. Block 201. Town or
with that, past experiments Park Being a SubdlLslon Lake Worth u In PB 2

have proved.In of Blocks 81, 88. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _____........._._ ,
95. & 96 of Town of Lot 4. Block 221, Town of

____ ______ ___
the past manufacturers haVE Delray _ n _ __. lake Worth ai In PB 2

apparently found that flax was Lot U. Block 88. Lynn'sAddition Pages 29 to 40 Inc. m_.u_.._?___
Lot 10. Block 245. Town of
to Osceola !.
easier to work. Park Being a Subdl. I Lake Worth P.S In PB 2

To sum it up, past efforts have. vision of Blocks 87, 88. i Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. __u__.___......._
95, & 96 ot Town of Lot 13. Block 259. Town of
n't worked and officials here have
: Lake Worth as In PB 2
Delray _______
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doubts about present ones. N 9ftofLotsl3&14. Pages; 29 10 40 Inc--------_____.. . .
Cent"l Park Addition Lot 1. Block 261, Town of

No. 1 as In PB 9 P 8 -----------..... 34 43 43 lake Werth as In PB 2
--- - -- E 50 ft of W 112 tt ot S PaRes 29 to 40 Inc. ___--___.___..._.

USE 135 tt of Block 3, Town Lot S. Block 261. Town of

of D"lray _________________________ Lake Worth as In PB 2
666 Lot 1. Block 181. Torn Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. _______.._._._..
of Lake Worth as In PB Lot 2. Block 263. Town of

2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc. uu_______? Lake Worth as In PB 2
Cold Lot 4. Block 205. Town Pages 29 to 40 Ine. nu____......_
Preparations of like Worth as In PB Lot 3. Block 263. Town of

2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. ____________... Lake Worth as In PB 2
liquid, Tablets, Salve, NOM Drops Lot 6. Block 205. Town Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _uu.._..?__
Caution Use Only At Directed of Lake Worth as In PB Lot 9. Block 263. Town of

2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. _____._____. lake Worth as In PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _____u__._?.._
Lot 13. Block 231, Town Lot 8. Block 26t. Town of
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of Lake Worth as In PB Lake Worth as In PB 2

2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. h__..______ Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____u_......_.__.
& Lot 21. Block 32. Town of Lot 1. Block 266. Town of

Delray ___._________.__.__.____._._ Lake Worth a'l In PB 2
WALLY'SUPHOLSTERY Lou 1 to 3 Inc., Block Pages 29 to 40 Inc. nuu____.___
41, Town of Delray _____,___u_..._ Lot 4. Block 266, Town of
Lots 4 to 6 Ine.. Block Lake Worth as In PB 2

41, Town of Delray ______.._____ Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____u____._..
Lot 8. Block 41. Town of

SHOP Delray _n_unnn__________ Lot n. Block 273. Town of
Lake Worth In PB 2
Lot U, Block 41. Town of as
29 40 Inc. __..__ ........_
Pages to
--
Delrsy ___u____nu____..__.____
Lot 14. Block 273. Town of
Lot 12. Block 41. Town of
____ ____ Lake Worth a.'I In PB 2
Delray __ _____ __
CANAL POINT FLA. un
Lot 15. Block 41, To'iU of Pages 29 10 40 Inc:. u___..__.__.._.

Delray ____n___________________._ Lot 10. Block 271. Town of
Lot 16. Block 4b Town otDelray take Worth 8'1 In PB 2
lUlL MARCUS IS NOW ___ _ _
40 Inc. _
______u_u_______ __________ Pages 29 to u
Lot 12 Block Town of
Lot 11, Block 41, Town of 211.
ASSOCIATED WITH US .
Delray __ ______ __________ lake Worth as In PB 2
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Pages 29 to 40 Inc:. ____u_____
Lot 20. Block 41. Town of I Lot 15. Block 271. Town of

Allto Seats A Specialty Delray ___._____u u____________ Lake Worth a.1 In PB 2

Lot 25. Block 41. Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. .._____._...._

Delray __--_uuu________. Lot 13. Block 289. Town of
Coupes $15 Up Lot 26. Block 41. Town of Lake Worth as In PB 2

Pages 29 to 40 Inc. .. ___....__..
Delray _u_____uun__________ -
Lot 4. Block 299. Town of
Sedans $27.50 Up Lot 21. Block 41. Town Of .. Lake Worth as In PB 2

____________._. .
Delray nuuu __ Pages 29 to 40 Inc. --..........___
N 1.3 Of Lot 4. Block 43. Lot 7. Block 316. Town of

WO IAN'S CLUB Town of Delray .___________...._ Lake Worth as In PB 2 .

Lot 20. Block 41, Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. .-_----...--..- I
OLD BUILDING Delray u ,_uuuu_.____..
Block Town of
Lot 378.
5.
Lot 21, Block 41. Town of
Delra __ ________..__, Lake Worth as In PB 2
u.un
Pages 29 to 40( Inc. ___u__._.._
Lots 22 & 23. Block 41.

Town of Delra' ____uuuu___ _____ Lot 6. Block 40. North
"-4_ ________ _00_ ._ _'-_' Lot 24. Block 47, TO\\bOf nmm Lake Worth as In PB 5 .

. Delray __ --uu______________ Pgs. 48 & 49 __ _mUU____ 15 44 41
SPESSAID l. Lot 8. Block 49. Town otDelra Lots I to 101nc.. obome' .

..u___.._______._._..._..__ Colored Addition 10
Lot 1., Block 51. Town of Lake Worth being S',

Dflray _h.U._....__ __..._...._ Of' NIZ Of' swat OFNW .
I HOLLANDfor Lot 3. Block 51 Town of !. & N'2 Of' 5! OFSWi
____ _____ .
__ ,3'
OF 44
_ NWta m 43All
_
Df-Iray u____________._._.._
.
58 Inc
Blocks 40 to : .
Lots 4 & 5. Block 51. Town .

of Delray ______nnn________ & Unit No. 1 Ort'ynolds
Lot 6. Block 51, Town Of Highlands Lantana. Plor-

Df-lray n,.__u._________.._.___. Ida as In PH 13 Pgs
Lots 23.26&27 ._.___nu___.___ 3-4 4S U
1Z 10 If Inc.. Block .
f Lot Block 9 Del Ida
a 15. Town ot Delray ____________._ 11.
Park Florida
Delra.
L'I
Lot 21. Block ;9. Torn orDelray
k, V0 In PB G P 52 -, -_____________ G 4a U
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Lot 12, Block 125. Town of
Lots 22 & 23. Block 79. I
- I Town of Df-lray ____u__________ Lake Worth a. In PB 2
All E of Ry. Block 79. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____u____

Town of Dttlray ___.._.,_______. Lot 14. Block 125. Town of
b\ All E or R,. Block 89. late Worth as In PB 2

Town of Delray __..________..____ Pages 29 10 4J Inc. __.__..._.__
Lot 1. Block 89. Town of Lot 11. Block 128. Town of

Delray ._ ........_......._.__.._ Lake Worth as In PH 2
Lot 2. Block 89Toanof Pages 29 to 40 Ine. _____.._____
Dt-lray Lot 12. Block: 140. Town ot
Lot 6. Block 89. Town of lDelrav LAke Worth L'I In PB 2 I

_. _ uuu______. Pages 29 to 40 Inc .___....____
Lot a. Block 89. Town of Lot S. Block 143, Town of .

Dtlray _. _ ______,__un.._____. Lake Worth as In PO 2
Lot 16. Block 89. Town of Pages 29 10 40 Inc.- __

Delay _u________________..___ Lot a. Block 143. Torn of
lake Worth u to PO 2

Lot 11. Block 89. Tows cfDelray Piltf't 29 10 40 the ........____.
_. __ __u____...._...____ Lot 30. Block 192. Ton of
Lot 4. Block 1. Rto Del lake Worth as In PH 2

Rey as In PB 12 P U nuu_ 21 45. 4J PaiN 29 to 40 inc.----_.__
Lots 5 & e. Block 1. Rio Lot 12. Block 197. Town of
Del Rtf as in PB 12 P lab Worth u In PB 2

U .- ... ..._.._u..._____... 21 45 U Pages 29 to 40 Ine. __..__....___
(1)t 1. Block 1. Rio Del
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TRt'3 i or mE IKTERNAL Ili.PROVEltENT
Rey as In P8 12 P U 21
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: feND OF nu TAn
Lou 12 &: U. Block T. RIO
I Del Rty u in PB 12 P or FLORIDA
U II TED
BY J ALEX AR."lrrTE. AuntPublbh'
STATESSENATE 84 - _u._ _..n____:_______ 21 44 (3I
I I Lots 4 to 1 Inc Block a March 29th. 1946.
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Rio Del Rtf as in PB U

PI4 . _ .-_-_ u...___..._______ 21 46 U SOT ICE
Lou 11 to 13 Inc Block PAUl BEACH COCNTY. PU>RID....
FLORIDA OM tAt Notion a. Rio Del Rtf as In PB NOTICE IS HEREBY ONLY that pursuant to Sect.1on 9 or Chapter laJt

NKd in 12P84 .. ,_ 21 45 43 Lan of fJor1d& ActA of 1m. known u tM aroamy ACT and In pursuance
the United States - ----------
ot Chapter 2Of. l. Lan of Flor14a. ActA of 1)41. known u the E\'EROLADr3
Lot U. Block a. Rio Del
smote arch Outstanding Service DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACr the loUo'W described land. situated In EtrI -
Rey as in PB 12 P 84 __.. 21 45 U
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as Holland Cove I 1 I>r&lnacfatr1t.. in Palm Beach County, Florida. YU1 bt offered for
os Wartime Lot 18. Block t. Rio Del sale at public outcrJ for the highest and best cash bl4. subject 1.0 the r1bt fJI
Governor and as State Senator Rey.s in PB 12 P 84 .-_______ '21 4a U the TnatHS of the Internal lmprorement Fund and of the Boar'\2 of Comm1A.Iwr.tn .

....... i Lets 11 &: 11. Bock: a. RI.J of Everglades! Drainage D1str1C\ reject any and ill bids. at the OowtCONTLNC

Del Rtf u in PB 12 P 64.. _._ 2t y u D OS FOU.O\\'L"O PAOPage



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March 29, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Eleven

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house beginning at 10:00: o'clock A. M. on the 10th day of May 19-16. Irs to aU DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp, Rge Acres
lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as of this date title to Tracts 6-1 & 65. Block 49. \Voman IechanicIn
,one half of aU petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be reserved by Palm Beach Par ms

Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; if land3 are wIthIn said corporate Company Plat No. 3 ------_____. 10
limits as of this date the reservation applies but privilege to explore mine and :tact 66. Block 49. Palm
develop well be conducted on and under lands Only with the consent of the Brach Farms Company Reconditioning

surface owner.Easement Plat No. 3 ___.__ 5
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for road right of way 200 feet wide will be reserved by said Trustees I Tract 67. Block 49. Palm
from any parcel through bleb there is an existing State road; and easement Beach Farms Company

for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes will be reserved by the Plat No. 3 _____ 5 Dept. At Elliott'sAt
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Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Fifty percent (5O' ) Tract 9-1. Block 49. Palm
e of aU oil gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board ot Commissioners Beach Farms Company

'ot Everglades Drainage District.DESCRIPTION Plat No. 3 -------------..-______. 5
Sec. Tract 95 Block 49. Palm B. Elliott's Ford garage in
Twp Rge. Acres ;
Beach Farms Company Pahokee is one department, fenced
Lots 23. 25. 27 & 29. Block No. _. .. ..
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9. Lake Worth Heights riat 96, ilocir9P off from the remainder of the repair -

as in PB'1 P 25 ------__...__ Beach Farms Company department, operated under
Lots 26 to 30 lnc.. Block Plat No. 3 __.
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J. Lakevie'i' RIdge as 111 Tracts 97 to 99 Inc.. Block ; the supervision of a woman. It is

PB 1 Pgs 35 & 40 ____.____.._..._ 4 U 43 -19. Palm Beach Farms .; r' the fuel pump, carburetor and dis-

Lot 1. Block 1. Bunker Hill Company Plat No. 3 __._.__ 15
AddItion No. 2 as In PB Tract 2. Florida Fruit. tributor reconditioning department .

10 P 72 _____________?_.____ 4 U 43 Lands Company Subdiv ___.____ 13 41 40 and is under the supervision of
Lot 14. Block 3. Repla.t of Tract 4. Florida FruIt .'

Mercer Park as In PB Lands Company Subd1' _....._.__._ 13 4T 4GI Mrs. Frances Marshall, a sister oC
12 P 33 ________.___..__.._--- 23 43 43 Tract '1. Florida Fruit Mrs Elliott.

Lot 2, Block 6, Replat of I I Lands Company SuMi _.___..__ 13 U 40
Mercer Pnrk as In PB Tract 8. Florida Fruit During the War 1rs. Marshall

12P33.-----------_..___..._.___ 2S 41. 0\1 Lands Company Subdlv _______ 13 41 43 had a lot of experience in welding
Lots 3. 5 & 1, Block 6, Re- Tract 10. Florida Fruit

plat ot Mercer Park as Lands Company SUbdi' __.?_____. 13 41 43 and when she became a resident
in PB 12 P 33 ___ 2a 4J U Tract 15. Florida Fruit of Pahokee she began to make plans
Block
Lots 10 to 13 Inc., Lands Company Subdiv ______ 13 41 43
6. Replat of Mercer .. to get her hand back Into mechan-
Tract 16. Florida Fruit
Park as in PB 12 P 33 __._.._www 23 U 43 ical work. The idea of
Lands Company Subd1v .__?_.___ 13 41 U a woman
Lot 10. Block 2. Replatof Tract 6. Block 81, Palm 'e. .. .... in the mechanical department of a
Mercer Park as In PB12P33 Beach Farms Company t w .

.___..___.._._______ 2a 43 43 Plat No.3------------___._._____ .. '.,. .' ..-.w,5 4...!.'." . garage which had been manned bv
Lot 14. Block e. .,'
Repla'ot Tract 1. Block 81, Palm .7' men for nearly a quarter of a century -
Mercer Park as In PB Beach Farms Company .' -. .

12P33.-----_._...___.___ 23 43 43 Plat No.3 -___________.__..___ .... .:#. ., .. 5 Was a bit disturbing when the
Lot 16 Block 5. Replat Tract 1. Block 53. Palm -.. ,. plan was first conceived Now
,
ot Mercer Park aa In PB Beach Farms Company

12 P 33 .._____ ._____w 2J 43 42 Plat No. 3 -______________.._._._..._ __ 5 it Is a matter taken for granted
Lot 19. Block 5. -Replat Tract 2. Block 58. Palm and an integral part of the garage
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of Mercer Park as in PB Beach Farms Company '

12P33 ___________.._._____ 23 43 41 Plat No. 3 ________________._.._.__._ e.I. S set-up.
Lot 4. Block H. Lake Tract 3. Block 58. Palm r. I The other morning when this reporter -
Worth Heights as In Beach Farms Company '

PB 7 P 25 ?._._.__......._.___ 15 44 43 Plat No. 3 ___uun-____._____ 5 visited the garage he
Lot 5. Block H. Lake Tract 4. Block 58. Palm noticed for the first time a space
Worth Heights as In Beach Farms Company t

PB 1 P 25 _____.._..._.....___ 15 U 43 Plat No. 3 ________________.______ S set apart from the remainder fit
Lou a & 10. Block C.Ridgelancl Tract 5. Block 58. Palm the garage. Bright red paint decorated .
Park as In PB Beach Farms Company .

8P53: ____..___...______ 4 44 43TRUSTTLg Plat No. 3 ___________hdu__. .. 5 the work bench and a
Tract 6. BloCk5i.P l in--------- bright wire fence surrounded the
OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
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FUND OF THE STATE or FLORIDA Beach Plat No.Farms 3 -----company---------__.........__ 5 parts, bench and tools. Inside
HOARD OP COMMISSIONERS or Tract 7, Block 58. Palm the enclosure with a distributor

EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Beach Farms Company torn into as there
J. ALEX ARNETTE Agent for Trustees at the Internal Improvement Fund and Plat No. 3 un.__________..____..__.. 5 as many parts
Tract 8, Block Palm in distributor wag Mrs. Mar-
58. a
for Board of Commissioners ot Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach County, are ,
Beach Farms
Florid& Company shall. With full of gasoline
Publish March 29th. 1946. April 5th and 12th. 1948. Plat No. 3 _____u________.._...____ 5 a pan
Tract 25. Block 58. Palm she was brightening the parts, re.

Beach Farms Company and in a few
NOTICE or INTENTION TO SELL LAND Plat No. 3 _u__________________..._ 5 placing worn ones
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Tract 26. Block 58. Palm I'. minutes she turned out a recondi-

NOTICE IS HEREBY OMEN that pursuant to Section 15 (1)). Chapter 20658. Beach Farms Company tioned distributor that would be

Lan of Florida Acts of 1941. and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Laws of florida. Plat No. 3 -..-----------___.??__...._ 5
Acts of 1931 as amended bJ Section 11. Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida. Acts of Tract 27. Block 58. Palm s the envy of any man.
1941. the following described land In Palm Beach County Florida to Wit: Beach Farms Company From the splendid work being

I' Plat No. 3 _..__....... 5
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DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge Acre Tract 28. Block 58. Palm done by Mrs. Marshall and the excellent -

Lots 1 & 2. Block 8. Veda- Beach Farms Company manner in which Pahokee'1

do as In PH 11 P 21 ____.____.__ Plat No. 3 __nu_________.___...._ 5 first machinic handles her
Lota' 14 & 15. HUisboro Tract 29. Block 58. Palm woman
Park a Subdl In Town Beach Farms Company job, it looks like she has become a

Belle Glade as In PB 18 Plat No. 3 .. __._.___.... of the 23.'ear-old
---------- 5 permanent part
P11_____.____...___.___ 33 43 37 Tract 30. Block 58. Palm
Lot 14. West Trail Park Beach Farms Company Ford agency in Pabokee.

being a Subdi ot Tract Plat No.3 ?-----..---............... 5
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50 as In PB 11 P 31 _.......___ 35 U 42 .18 Tract 31. Block 58. Palm
Lot 1'1, West Trail Park Beach Farms Company LEGAL NOTICE

being a Subdi' of Tract Plat No.3 --- .-----_......_.__ 5
50 as In PB 11 P 31 _____w_...._ 3S 43 42 .18 Tract 32. Block 58., Palm .. -- ""
Lot 13, West trail Park Beach Farms Company '

being a SuMi' of Tract Plat No. 3 --__-___--_______.__...... 5 IS mE CIRCUIT COURT or THE L'f
50 as In PH 11 P 31 ________ 35 4J 42 ,18 Tract 33. Block 58. Palm FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
E'S OF SEI. OF NE!. OF Beach Farms Company AND FOR PAUl BEACH COUNTY,

8W!. ___.________.___? 34 n 41 5 Plat No. 3 --_________--___.___...._ 5 nORto.In\. ZIUJ
Tract 8. Block 9. Palm Tract 3t. Block 58. Palm Chancery No.
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company PATRICK F. WOODS.

Plat No. 3 __ .___..__. 30 Plat No. 3 ___nn____________. 5 Plaintiff
Tract '16. Block 45. Palm Tract 35. Block 58. Palm \'I
Reach Farms Company Beach Farms Company '. ALICE C. WOODS

Plat No. 3 _______________ 5 Plat No. 3 ___ ______... Defrndant.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tract 'Z'1. Block 45. Palm Tract 36. Block 58. Palm It Is hereby ordered that you,
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company Alice C. Woods whose residence u
Plat No. 3 ..___..___. .
. s SLot Plat No. 3 .. .... .
----------------- --- 5 particularly u Is known to the Plaintiff
; S09 & 510. Block 13. .. Tract 37. Block 58. Palm rBeach < 15: c.o Minnie Cunningham 4015
College Park as in PB 3 Farms COmpa.nyPlat

P36 -_.____________.____...._ 15 44 43 No. 3 ___uu_____________ 5 being Ounthrr the Avenue Defendant Bronx in this New cause York you are
Lot 2. Block 16. Hill Crest
Tracts 38 & 39. Block 58.
as In PB 12 P 9 _____._____.....:__ 33 n 43 Palm Beach Farms Corn- required to appear 15th In person of or April by
the day
attorney on
Lot 14. Block 18. Hill Crest pany Plat No. 3 .. ........_ .
---- ------ 10 A. D. 1946 to the Bill of Complaint tiled
as In PB 12 P 9 ______..___ 33 43 43 Tract 40. Block 58. Palm : the Cir
this In
against you In cause
Lot 3, Block 17,11111 Crest Beach Farms Company :
\ cult Court of the Fifteenth Judicial
as In PB 12 P 9 ..____...__..___ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 ____u _-uu_.__...._. I 5 Circuit In and for Palm Death County
Lou 12 to 14 Inc.. Block Tract 57. Block 58. Palm
Florida wherein Patrick F. Woods Sa
n. lull Crest as In PB Beach Farms Company
the Plaintiff and the relief sought be-
12P9.------___ .___.._ 33 n U Plat No: 3 the
of divorce otherwise
; ing I decree .
Lot -
flock
15. 22. hill Crest Tract 58. Block 58. Palm !
U in PB 12 P 9 ....__._.._____ 33 43. 43 Beach Farms Company # allegation of said Bill of Complaint
Undo !S of Lots 950 & 951. . e Plat No. 3 _u_________________11_. 5 11'111 be taken u confessed by you. It
is hereby further ordered: that this
i
Block 21. College Part' ._. _1 Tracts 59 & 60. Block 58. .
"" notice be published for four consecutive
Mdltion No. 2 as In PB '._.. _ .. Palm Beach Farms
_
12 P 20 _____.__._________ . .1 ,. Company Plat No. 3 -------___ 10 weeka In the Everglades Ntft. I.
newspaper of general circulation put)
Tract I. Block 10. Palm Tract 62. Block 58. Palm 4 . fished In the CountytimiD this
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company Court Is located.
.
Plat No. 3 __.____.______ 10 Plat No. 3 -- --------------___._ S Witness my hand and seal of the
Tract 2. Block 19. Palm Tract 63. Block 58. Palm Circuit Court In and for Palm Beach
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company ; County. norlda. this I2tb day of
Plat NO.3 ______._.___ 10 Plat No. 3 __
------------------ ... 5 March A. D. 1946 at West Palm Beach
Tract 3. Block n. Palm Tract 64. Block 58. Palm : P", florida.
Beach Farm Company Beach Farms Company ': J. ALmt ARNrM'IIAI

Plat No. 3 ......__._.____?___ 10 Plat No. 3 ---------.------.-__._ . 5 CIrCuit Court Clerk
Tract 11. block 19 Palm Tract 65, Block 58. Palm f. r"'l! I (CircuIt Court &a1)
.
Beach Parma Company Beach Farms Company a - 1 By T'haddtf P. Plant

Plat NO.3 ____.._______ 10 Plat NO.3 ___________________._._.._ t' .. 5 As Deputy Clerk
Tract 12. Block 10. Palm Tract 66. Block 58, Palm 7 ; .,- F. A. Currie Plaintiff' Attorney

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company .' Pub: Mar U. 22,29.& Apt 5. A. D. 1941IN
Plat' No. 3 _______...____._ 10 Plat No. 3 _u_ _____nu____. 5
Tract 13. Block n. Palm Tract 61. Block 58. Palm mE CIRCUIT COURT or mE
Btach Farms Company Beach Farms Company FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN

Plat Na 3 _____.___....__._ 10 Plat No. 3 -____ ________--______ I AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY,
Tract 14. Block n. Palm Tracts 68 & 69. Block 58. FLORIDA.
... ,..
Bach Films
Company Palm Beach Farms
.. In Chancery No, zm
,
Plat No. 3 ___._______ 10 Company Plat No. 3 _u___....____ : .. 10 LOIS B. HALL
; Tracts 70 & 71. Block 58 .
Tract U. Block 19. Palm Plaintiff.KENNmJ .
Beach Farms Company Palm Beach Farms n

Plat No. 3 -..______..__ 10 Company Plat No.3 ------_? 10 W. HALL,
Tract 16 Block 19 Palm nt 72 Block 58, Palm t Defendant
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company NOnCE TO AP'I'lAI

Plat Na 3 ._..___________ s< 10 Plat No. 3 -- - -------------_- 5 It II hereby ordered that you.
Tract 25. Block 19. Palm Tract 95. Block 58 Palm Kenneth W Hall whose residenee II
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms CompanyPlat particularly as Is known to the l'1&ln.

Plat No. 3 --.-.-_____ 10 No 3 n_____....___ 5 tilt Is 2559 E.. 21U1 Street Sbrtplhea4
Tract 28. Block 19. Palm Tract 96 Block 58. Palm Bay. Brooklyn. New York you being
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company the Defendant In this cause art

Plat No.3._..h____?__....____ 10 Plat No. 3 __ _uuu..___ 5 required to appear In person or by atetorney
Tract 27. Block 19. Palm Tract 97 Block 58 Palm on tM Uth day of April
Beach Farms COmpany Beach Farms Company "'! A. D 1946 to the Bill of Complaint! filed
Plat Na 3 Plat No 3 __ _________u_____.. 5
10 against you In this cause In the etr-
Tract 28. Block 19. Palm Tract 98. Block 58. Palm cult Court of the Fifteenth JudiciAl
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms COmpany Circuit in and for Palm Beach Count,
Plat No. 3 .-----.---.._ 10 Plat No. 3 __u____________-,._.,,,,,,, 5 Florida 'bueln Lolt B. flail It
Block Tract 99. Block 58. Palm
Tract 29. 19. Palm
the Plaintiff and the relief IOUcht being "
Beach Farms Company Basch Farms Company "t a decree of divorce otherwise W

Plat No.3 ..- ---..------_- 10 PlAt No 3 -------.u-. 3 allegations of sa14 Bill or Complaint
Tract 30. Block 49. Itlm Tract 100 Block 58. Palm 1111 bfo taken II confessed by J'OU. II
Beach Farms Company Beach Finns Company Is hereby further ordered that this

Put Na 3 . ...___...____ 5 Plat No. 3 __ __. ___......_..... retire be published In the lnrtladfjNe.
Tract 31. Block 49, Palm Tract 101. Block 58 him I newspaper t.t general elrt"JI&-
Beach Farms Company Lion ublllhN In the COUnty wherein
Bosch Farms Company Plat So 3 u U u_______ 5 this Court Is located. for four Coniesutive .
Plat NO.3 .... ._...
------- --- 5 Tract 102. BOCk: 58 Palm weeks.Witness .
Tract 31. tlock 49. Palm
Reach FIrms R-v'1 Farms Company my hand aceS seal C'4 the
Company Plat No 3 S circuit Court In and for Palm Beach
-
Plat No. 3 . .___ I
-- -- ----- S Tract 103. Block 58, Palm County. Florida this 12th day of
Tract 3t Block 49. Palm
Beach Farms Company March A. D. It48. at West Palm Peach
each FIrms Company I Plat No. 3 .. __ s f'Ior1da.
-- -----
Tract Pat No.Block 3 49.Palm-----.- 5 i Tract 104. flak 58, Palm J. Ala ARNTTIT.As ,
35.
Beach Farms
company Circuit Court Clerk
Ikach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___uu_._______ 5 {Circuit Coun Seal)
Plat NQ 3 .. ... ..
-- -w. S Tract 121. Block 5.8. Palm 1
Tracts a k 63 Block Beach Farms Company Ai tpput't C1nkPsntF.

49 Palm Reath Farms Plat No 3 .. .
-------- ----- I A. cum.. p".a1ntifr. Attorney
Company Plat Na 3 .
-- -- 10 COSTL"iCDJ ON FOLLOWING PAOIf Pub: Mar 13 22.t. Apr 5. A. D. 1Friday



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Twelve The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
Friday, March 29, 1946

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DESCRIPTION Sec. TYp. Rge. Acres DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres

Tract 122. Block 58. Palm Tract 48. Block 28. Palm Agricultural Notes
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company
Plat No. 3 ________________ 5 Plat No. 3 ______________ 10 From Farm Bureau
Tract 123. Block 58. Palm Tract 49. Block 28. Palm
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company
Plat No. 3 ________ 5 Plat No. 3 ___u_____________ 10 The feed grain situation is so
Tract 124. Block 58. Palm Tract 50. Block 28. Palm
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company tight that, effective March 4, the

Plat No. 3 _------------.N. S Plat No. 3 ---__________________ 10 ICC has ordered top priority overall
Tract 125. Block 58. Palm Tract 51. Block 28.' Palm
other freight car orders for
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company
Plat No. 3 ________ Plat No. 3 -___________________ 10 cars shipping grain from country

126. Block 58. Palm Tract 52. Block 28. Palm to terminal elentors. This action
Tract Beach Farms Company .
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______________ I 10 was taken at the request of the>
Plat No.3 ___________ 6 Tract 53. Block 28. Palm American Farm Bureau
Block 58. Palm
Tract 127. Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company S Plat No. 3 ___________________ 10
Plat No. 3 ----------- Tract 54. Block 28. Palm Florida should get more rotenone -
Tract 128. Block 58, Palm Beach Farms Company
F.each Farms Company Plat No. 3 insecticides as a result of the
Plat No .3 ____________ SLot Tract 55. Block---28.---Palm----- 10 doubling of Pero's production of

as 6.In Woodland PB 11 P 35 He1&hts________ 4 44 43 Beach Plat xo.Farms 3 ---_Company________________ 10 barbaso roots, announced last
Lot 5, BlOCk 15. Vedadoas Tract 56, Block 28. Palm week by the Office of Foreign
in PB 11 P21 ---- Beach Farms Company sPlat

Lots 538 & 539, Block 13. NO.3 ____?______________ 10 Agricultural Relations.
College Park II in PB 3
Tract
58. Block 28. Palm
P 3G __________________ 15 44 43 Beach Farms .
Company ; .... This to
long prophesied move
Lola 21 & 2%. Block 12.H1l1crest Plat No. 3 _________?_____ 10
as In PB 12 P 9__ Tract 59. Block 28. Palm put all farmers and growers on a
Lots 20 dt 21. Baller' Sub- Beach Farms Company
"farmTA" is indicated
huge bya
dlv1s1on of Tract 5 as InPB 42 27 .16 Plat No 3 ___________________ "I 10
12 P 28 _________ 20 memo now going the rounds in
Tract 60. Block 28. Palm .
Lot 12. Block 5, Repl&t Beach Farms Company the Department of Agriculturewhich

of Mercer Parkas in PB 28 43 43 Plat No. 3 _______________________ 10 infers that Commodity
12 P 33 __ W',2 of Tract 61. Block
Tract 11. Block 26. Palm 0 28. Palm Beach Farms Credit loans on all farm products

BeACh Farms Company Company Plat No.3 --___________ 5 shall be based on world prires.
Plat No.3 --_______N....__ Ell of Tract 61. Block 28,
Lots 18 to 28 me.. Block Palm Beach Farms Com- The memo says that farmers

8. West Oate Estate pany Plat No. 3 __________________ 5 should get in on some direct sub-
(Northern Section) as in
Tract 62. Block 28. Palm
PB a P 38 ?_____________ 30 43 43 Beach Farms Company sidy. The Farm Bureau is fight-

UND >> of Lot 24. Block Plat No. 3 ___________________?___ 10 ing against this idea of subsidies
1. Replat of Mercer Park ;Tract 63. Block P.
IA 111 PB 12 P 33 _________ 28 43 43 Beach Farms Company 28. 1 given from tax funds in lieu of fair

UND != of Lot 24. Block 1.Rtplat Plat No. 3 ____________________ 10 prices in the markets.
c.t Mercer Park Tract 64. Block 28. Palm
13 m PB 12 P 33 ________________.. 28 43 43 Beach Farms Company

Tract 3. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _________________________ 10 White potatoes go back under

Plat Beach No.Farms 3------Company____________ 9 Tract Beach 1. Farms Block 27 Company, Palm price ceiling on March 6. Thru last

Tract 5. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _nnn_________________ r 10 Friday no announcement had been
Farms Company
t Plat Beach No. 3 _______________ 10 Tract 2, Block 27. Palm made as to whate the ceilings are
Tract 6. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company to be.
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _____uuu____:____ 10
-
Plat No. 3 ______-_______ 10 Tract 3. BlOCk 27. Palm ; -
Beach Farms Company w" The Berry Industry Advisory
Tract 7. Block 23. Palm Plat No. 3 __uuuuu_- 10
Beach Farms Company Tract 9. Block 27, Palm Committee meeting in Washington

Plat No. 3 ___________________ 10 Beach Farms Company on February 21 insisted on an in-
Tract 8. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _nnnun__________ 10
Beach Farms Company Tract 10. Block 27, Palm J crease of $1.08 per 24 quart crate

Plat No. 3 _____________________ 10 Beach Farms Company .. thmout the season, and upon elimination -
Tract 9. Block 28. Palm Plat NQ. 3 noo____.________________. ? 10
Beach Farms Company Tract 12, Block 27. Palm of the $1.08 reduction effective -

Plat No. 3 _______________________.. f. 10 Beach Farms Company . last year on April 16. This
Tract 10, Block 28, Palm Plat No. 3 _nunnuu_______.. 10
Beach Farms Company Tract 13. Block 27, Palm would mean $8.88 continuing after:

Plat No. 3 _________________________ 10 Beach Farms Company' : that date.
Tract U. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _un_______________NN 10 .
Beach Farms Company Tract 14. Block 27, Palm -
Plat No. 3 ____________________ It Beach Farms Company Walton Rex, of Orlando, and
Tract 12. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _u.unuu________ 10
Beach Farms Company John Tiedtke, of Cle\\iston. are
Plat No. 3 __------------ 10 Tract 15. Block 27. Palm ', Pate- j meeting in Chicago this week with
Tract 13. Block Palm Beach Farms Company r .
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 uununu____. 10 Farm Bureau committees working

Plat No. 3 ____----------------- 0. 10 Tract Beach 16.Farms Block Company 27. Palm r' t on problems of Fruits and Vegetables .

Tract 14, Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 n _________.___ ,r and Sugar respectively.

Beach Plat No.Farms 3 ____Company____________________ 10 Tract Beach 17,Farms Block 27, Palm '!:

Tract 15. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 uu.uu Company ____. I "t. : B.:,__ .. Imports of tomatoes and green

.... Plat Beach No.Farms 3 ___Company__________._ lC Tract Beach 18.Farms Block Company 27. Palm 'U-I Of peas from Cuba and Mexico increased :

Tract 15. Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 ______un_________ .. 10 sharply in February.

Beach Plat No.Farms 3: ___Company--____________--.N .10 Tract 19. Block 27, Palm .. -

Tract 17. Block 28. Palm . Plat Beach No.3 Farms_unn Company______________ ._ . . # 10 Purchases of potatoes in the Red

Plat Beach No.3 Farms _Company_ ______________.. . 10 Tract 20. Block 21, Palm to- River Valley for shipment to

Tract 18, Block Palm Plat Beach No.Farms 3 _____Company_--_______________- 10 France were discontinued on February -

Plat Beach No.Farms 3: ____Company__________--N-- '. 10 Tract 23, Block 27, Palm f 28. These potatoes will now
Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company : Canada while western potatoes .
Tract 19. Plat No. 3 _____nn_____________... -' 10 go to

Beach rlat No.Farms:3 ___Company__________________.._.. # 10 Tract .124. Block 27, Palm go to France, thru Beaumont
Tract 20. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company a Texas.

Beach Farms Company .' Plat No. 3 ______uu________________N I 10 .... --
Plat No. 3 _____________________.N .. 10 Tract 25, Block 21. Palm .
Tract 21. Block 28. Palm I Beach Farms Company Has
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___ __uuuuu_____ 10 Judy Pugh
Plat No. 3 _______________________- 10 Tract 26. Block 27. Palm M
Tract 22. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Birthday Party'Mrs.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _u_.___.________________ : 10
Plat No.3 _____________n_______.... 10 Tract 27. Block 27. Palm
Tract 23. Block 28. Palm J' Beach Farms Company J "' !. Melvyn Pugh entertained
Beach Farms Company -. Plat No. 3 _-_----______--_______..._ 10
Plat No. 3 ________.____________...._ lC Tract 28. Block 27. Palm . recently at the Woman's Club
Tract 24. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company J... : with a party for her daughter,
Beach Farms Company \ Plat No. 3 _____uuu____ 10
Plat No. 3 ___ _.____________ 10 Tract 29. Block 27. Palm Judy in celebration of Judy's third
Tract 25. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company birthday anniversary.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ...__uu__________...__. 10 and Sharon
Plat No 3 ___________________.- 10 Tract 30, Block 27, Palm "" 1- Guests were Roger
Tract 21. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Watson, Kathy WiJson, Sunny Ub-
Beach Farms Company ; Plat No. 3 __---___----___________- 10
Plat No. 3 ________________.____ 10 Tract 31. Block 21. Palm ., F hart, Sonny and Suzanne Young,
Tract 28. Block 28. Palm .' '' Beach Farms Company Bobbie and Carol Jacobs, Carol

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _--_________--________. 10 Ann lu1Hs Michael Peters, Denny
Plat NO.3 _____-_____________ 18 Tract 32, Block 27. Palm ,
Tract 29. Block 28. Palmt'ach Beach Farms Company ... Pad ett. Valeria Geiger, Suzanne

Farms Company Plat No. 3 .nuuuu______ 10 Chastain, Anita Cowart, RoM
Plat No. 3 ________-N-------- 10 Tract 33. Block 21. Palm
Tract 30, Block 28, Palm .f Beach Farms Company .. Marie Henderson, Joyce Lynn and

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ________ ______ 10 Alice Hurt, Fay and Wayne Un-
Plat No :3 _______.___._-__NN_NN es 10 Tract 38. Block 27, Palm
Tract 31. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company win, Edwin Dannelly, Sandra Rogers -

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 -----------------------N .. 10 Mary, Martha and Rusty lIaU,
NO.3 ____ 10 Tract 39. Block 27. Palm
Plat ------------- .
Tract 32. Block 28. Palm V Beach Farms Company Melba and Sonny Boy Pugh James

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 mm__________ 10 Lawson, Sylvia and Myra Jones
Plat No. :3 m -.---------- 10 Tract 40 Block 27. Palm
included Mrs
Tract 33. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Mothers attending

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ....-_ _um__________ 10 R. Young, Mrs J. Hall, 111'1. A. M.
Plat No. 3 ., _.____u_..:_N.N. 10 Tract 41. Block 21. Palm
Mrs. A. It Chastain Mrs.
Tract 3-1. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Pugh,

Brach Farms Company Plat No 3 _--______---_________ 10 Mary Jean Peters Mn Evelyn]
Plat No. 3: ------------ 10 0
--
--
Tract :35. Block 28, Palm Tract 42 Block 21. Palm Dannelly, Mrs. It F. Hurt MI'3.
Farms Company Beach Farms Company.. Claude Mrs. A. C. Ubhart
Beach
10 Plat No. 3 ______.n.n______ 10 Padgett,
No. :3
Plat -- -- ---------
tact 43. Block 21. Palm and 11rs. Eo C. Watson.
Tract 36, Block 28; Palm Beach Farms Company 11 # . .

Beach Farms Company V Plat No. 3 __ _.__.__ .. _______.._.. 10
Plat No. :3 10 Tract 4-1. Block 21. Palm I'\ISTISO FRONT
Tract 31. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _._ .. _____u- 10
Plat No. 3 _._um___________ S' 10 Tract 45. Block 21. Palm .I Messn. Un\\in and 'nbbits were
Tract 38. Block 28. Palm

Beach Farms Company Plat Beach No Farms 3 ..Company. _. ___._______ 10 busy yesterday putting a new coat
Plat N0. :3 .' ____u__..N------ 10 Tract 46. Block 21. Palm of paint on the front of the Christian -
Tract 39, Block 28. Palm
Beach Farms Company
Pahoktt.
Chevrolet place tn
I\t'arh Farms Company Plat No 3 .....,. 10
Plat No. :3 .....________ 10 Tract 41. Block 21, Palm The snow-white paint adds to the
Tract 40, Block 28. Palm
Beach Farms .
Company
the
attractiveness of building.
Brach Farms CompAny Plat No 3 ___ __ . ________ 10 .
Plat No.I: -._________ 10 Tract 5-1. Block 27. Palm ..
Tract U. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms .
Company
It Sa estimated that approximately
Beach Farms Company Plat No 3 ... ___ .____ 10
h h -
Mat No. 3 .._____ 10 13 minion bushels of asparagus -
Tract 42. Block 23. Palm Tract S5. mock 21. Palm
Beach Firma Company Beach Farms Company Ls marketed annuallylnthe

Plat No. :3 N. 10 Prat No. 3 ._ __-- ______..____ 10 United States.
Tract 13. Block 28. Palm Tract 56. Block 27. PalmBrach . .
lkach Farms CompanyrlatNo.3.u.u Farms Company
__-- .-.---. 10 Plat So 3 .______.________u___ 10 The state of :'ew York ta the
Tract U. Block 28. Palm buk'i\'h
Beach Farms Company 1111 be offered for ..If at public outcry for the hllbf1t and best each bed. sub argent producer of .

Pint N.), 3 ____..___.._.._______ 10 !fft to the rtsht of tM Board Gt Commaa1octrl of tr&la4ts Drainage Dt .x1ct with Pennsylvania second Ilkhl-
Tract 43 Block 28. Palm to reect any and lit bad' It the Courthouse betInnirg at 1000 O'Clock A. Mon Maine fourth.
third and
Beach Farms Company the 19th day ct Jay. 1906 Easement tor c1n1ae and reclamation and road gan ..
Plat No. 3 ____-.w.__.._....___ 10 DlJrpotr.HtU be reserted Plfty percent 45011: ct al 011 gu mineral r1chUW'J1 ---. -
Tract 46. Block :s. Palm also be resented. About M.lOO tors ot broom com
BOARD or COJJYISSIONlR or
Weh Farms Company
Plat No1. 3 .._ ;__' ,.__ 10 EVERGLADES DRAINAOL DIS11UCTBY' are produced In the United Statu.m .
Tract 41, Block 21. VPalm J. ALa AR.'irrrE, at agent for this more than halt II produced
Beach Firma Company a&14 Board.
Plat :of.), 3 .....__.. . .."..._.__._ P'Jblah Starch 29th. 1946, Arli 5t end 12'.h. IM inOk1ahomLpage



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