Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00433
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: April 5, 1946
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00433
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Co.19 Palm:Po 5 I THE EVERGLADES NEW t.\' .u The Distinguished Mind''The Provinces"Prefers Truly

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Volume 23-No. 3 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday April 5, 1946 \ $2.00 Per Year

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I RECENT I Vets Organize New I-To I Speak IGI de-I Clerk's Office In Co urt House-A Bee Hive

OPERATIONS Political Group Of lildustryHas I Outgrown Quarters

_. I+ At Monday Meeting
By Paul Rardin PRINCIPALS RENAMED Circuit Clerk Alex Arnette's office -
j At the Tuesday meeting of the in the court house is a busy

Returning service men, without board of public instruction principals place these days-with another

1 had a card from the Ira Yorks exception, are happy, very happy I were chosen for the next real estate boom in the making.

this week. They are stil in At- to be back home with their loved school )'ear. In the Everglades Instruments are being filed by the

lanta but the card says they still ones once again but few, if any, I section of Palm Beach county the hundreds each day and workers in

suffer from "muck itch" once a have, after taking a look around, I following principals were renamed the office are swamped day to day

week when they wait for the mail- expressed any happiness about the to their present positions: Mrs. with the ever-present surge of in-
of Wilma Lence, Canal Point: Den- coming papers to be filed in the
man to bring their weekly copy manner in which their country is
The Everglades News. They ex- being run these days. Veterans ot j nis Caudill, Pahokee; Frank Hobson archives of county records.In .
Belle Glad Heads of South the good year of 1933-when
tend greetings to their many the Pabokee.Canal Point area de-
friends in the Lake Okeechobee cided to do something about the I Bay and Lake Harbor schools will Roosevelt took office as president

Region. confusing mess in which they find eta , be appointed when recommendations of the United States-there were
themselves. At an enthusiastic are given the board by the filed in the cJrk's office of Palm
last Sunday I local hwtees. Beach county a total of 3,9.1 in-
On the East meeting in the city hall Monday
I saw a sign that read: "Swig at night they took preliminary step --.S. struments. In the following year

Swag's." to form a new political organization business picked up a little and
Frank O'ConnellInstalled the total number filed
known as the Veterans Pro- ran up to
Speacard Holland, Florida's mast 6,722. For the next five the
in large i
I saw another sign a gressive Organization, with more
grocery store \\indow. It said: than 50 veterans taking part in I popular ex-governor, will speak By Elks average was about the same until

"Canned milk for babies only. the discussion at the principles, I twice in the Glades next week in : 1940 when the total reached 12,156
behalf of his candidacy for the U. 1941 1942 1943 19H
:Must have birth certificate. development and ultimate goal of During ,
... VPO I S. Senate. On Monday night at jAs Exalted Ruler the number ot instruments aver-
The proclaimed purpose of \TO : 8:00: he will appear in Belle Glade I aged around 11,000 and then came

!and at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday he will the boom year of 1945 when
is .to clean
Raised encourage progressive !
$1137 Cash politics in community, county, : peak in Pahokee. Then, on Tues- Pahokee Lodge No. 1638, B. P. 19,360 papers were bandIed by Mr

state and national affairs and to day night at 8 o'clock Governor 10 E. held its annual installation Arnette and his crew of very eficient .

In 3.Hour Drive For promote in every way possible the I Holland will speak in Flagler Park I of officers last night in the lodge workmen

I I general welfare of the community ; in West Palm Beach room. Frank O'Connen was in- The clerk's office is jam-packed
t stalled as exalted ruler of the with records and there isn't a
and the whole. Veterans .
S. Band j country as a : .r---
Pahokee H. of other communities, learn- I lodge. T. S. Kirk was renamed spec of space left for filing cab-
,I : as secretary and Parker T. Wilson -
inets. County Commissioners ars"rat"hing
ing of the VPO movement, have Gant Asks Voters
was chosen as treasurer.
their heads in an effort
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expressed their desire to join the
For hundred weeks I have
many Harold assumed the
I'organization and it is the tenta- i to figure out more space for rec-
had the pleasure and privilege To Re-Elect Hint As post 'of leading knight while Otto ords and more work room for the
stories that chronicle the tive plan of the local organizers to
writing BJeech took
1 up the duties of loyal ever.increasing force in the clerk's
history of the Lake Okeechobee extend activities on a national knight and Leon Spooner became
office. The present office was
Farming Region. Every now and scale.Temporary officers electro were : Chief Of Police ; lecturing knigbt. Trustees of the built for a county of 50,000 popu-

then there comes opportunity to i lodge are: E. L. Pope, Tolly Young- lation and now is making a valiant
Jones Herman
president -
i write a story that gives me an I I blood, A. R. Rice, B. Elliott and effort to serve 112,000 in
unusual amount of pleasureandsuch Kautz, secretary and treasurer -I This week's paper carries the of W. H. Vann. Ir.'ann was re- persons
one of the state's fastest growing
is the one I'm writing bere. These two officers will serve ficial ann' unce lent of Albert elected for a five year term as
and most counties.
It has to do with one of my pet on a temporary board of directors I Gant in whir'" he ask for rel :,- trustee prosperous-. - -

projects-tbe Pahokee High School together with Melvyn Pugh, L. tion as chief of police in Pahokee. The house committee named to

Band. As you read this (providing V. lIcClelland, Mike Sanders and Mr. Gant has served one term of take o'eritb installation of new Holland Comes To

you read it on Friday) members Slater Brewton. The board of di- I two years and is asking re-election officers is composed of Orin na-I I .
band in St. Petersburg !rectors will draw up a charter and the record heL hAS made in' I
of the are I upon com, O. L. Flynn and C. A. Mc-:
complete organization plans Glades londav And
participating in the State Music office. I Intosb. L. J. Fraser was named I
festival-a gala occasion in the life All veterans of World Wars I The chief points to the record representative to the grand lodge.

of any band member In the State and 11 living in this area are expected made in the school zones since be i The lodge now bas a membership Tuesday For Talks

of Florida.A I to attend the next meeting has been on the job-not a child of around 250 members.
huge Tamiaml Trails Tours i of VPO at the city hall on Monday has been Injured. He says that his! _

bus left Pahokee Thursday morn- April 8, at 7:30 p. m., at which I department will make an effort to Spessard L. Holland, candidate

ing with members of the band- time there will be an open discussion I maintain this record in the future, :School Board Buys for U. S. Senator, will bring his

beaded for the state fesuval.1 I of city, county and state if he is reelected.Mr. I Six New Busses campaign to the Lake Okeechobt
Money had been provided candidates running for the May 1I Gant served four years as Region on Monday and Tuesday of

expenses during the three day I I election, following which a straw constable before he was elected I The Board of Public Instruction next week as he swings into the

\'isit. The bus was secured at a I vote for the candidates by secret Pahokee chief His one promise, I authorized the expenditure Tut'sI I. lower East coast for ,sf>('t'ches. lie
reduced cost through the financial i iwizardy i ballot will be taken and those candidates If elected, is to make the department I day of more than $20,000 for the has two talks scheduled in the

of Carmen Sah'atore. I I receiving a majority of more efficient, showing par- I purchase of six chassis to be as- Glades next wfi'k.

A few days ago Principal Caudill i: votes will receive the public SUP4I i tiaJity to non but courtesy and sembled as school buses when de-I The itinerary of the ex-governor

told Pete deMo'a and me that it i I port of 'PO. Results ot the straw- justice to all. i liwred. The beard said it could calls for a speech In lkJIe Glade

would take one thousand cold cash I I vote will be announced on Tuesday Horace Unwin, former councilman i secure the bodies elsewhere after at 8:00 p. m. on Monday night and
band of nextHek, is candidate for council in the chassis arrive, since George
dollars to see the through (I a another talk in Pahokt'e at 10:30a. :
another 'ear-this amount includirig i In commenting on VPO, President group two in which the other candidates Iopkin, transportation supervisor, m. Tuesday morning. lie will

the trip to St Petersburg. !I Claude Jones aid, "Every arE> A. I. Davis and Don had recommended this procedure. go to Flagler Park in West Palm

Pete and I pledged Mr. Caudill I,community in our nation needs a j I Hillier. T. C. Dick Richardson has The board authorized purchase : Beach on Tuesday night for an-

that we'd do our best to get the I I political organization such as the i filed his intention of seeking the of three chassis a$2+ >>3 each t other of his campaign speeches

money--and we did-thanks to I Veterans Progressive Organzationis I office of mayor and his petition I and five at $2,355 each through the I where a large crowd is expected

the big-heartN public of the Pa- : going to be Although organized I is In the hands of the clerk. Fairdoth Truck and Tractor Co.: to hear him.

hokec.Canal Point community. 1 by veterans, it is strictly a W. P. Walker, clerk, who ha I and one one-and-a-halC-ton chaasls I In his talks supporting his can-

After the band concert Monday I I non-partisan organization and will I served the City ot Pahokce 12I from the Twin City Chevrolet Co. t didacy the former governor bas

night we worked for half an hour. back candidates which it honestly I years this week made known his at $1,056. indicated a hen appreciation and

getting checks signed by donors. i believes will do the most good for I intention of seeking re-election. The orders were to be subject : analyses of national affairs, giving

Then came IVednessday morning i the community and country, veteran I -h-4--- to delivery before August 1, and at the same time a clear picture

and 11r. de110ya had an RDB membership I! or non-veteran, Democrat or T t. Howard Tif fin Ian I estimated delivery date within as to how Florida is inOuenct'dby
Republican. Ours will IX'
drive on his hands,- so I positiveaction. ,,20 days _ problems of national 8COpe This
We will avoid adverse i In Pahokee -.--
took to the streets single-handed. i Visits has been reflected in his discussions -
At the end of two and onehalfhours :criticism, of candidates we do not ,, or unemployment and lId age
I turned over to Mr. Caudill see fit to support and strive for I Lt. Howard P. Tiffin former I Pioneer Resident insurance programs, agriculture,

exactly $1,000 in cold cash and I clean politics free of fraud, graft : resident of PahokE't, is visiting reIIati'es world trade and diplomatic relations -

pledges for $131 which have been I and mud slinging of any sort." I II here this week. Lt. TIffin I Died Wednesday\ A veteran himself of the
paid sinrt' I ---. bas re-enli5ted in the Army for first World War and with two IOns

It was the most interesting piece t\'erSf duty until June 30: 19&11 who served In World War n, be'
It'ROSI: (!lTfS )',\IIOK}:.:
of work I've done latel- The record I after 39 months In the service and I Thomas J. Mead 79. died at his drew keen interest from his audiences -

time of three hours for the en- 11 months overseas in the European home in Pahokee Wednesday afternoon everywhere when he touched
W. 11. DuBose, vocational
tire drive shows the splendid cooperation ag thratre. lit Is a paratrooper after bring ill for several upon the problems of the veteran,
teacher in Pahokee school tendered -
receh'ed. in the 5OSt. Parachute Inf.. S2nd months. Mr. Mead became seriously declaring at one time, .the war
his resignation to the board of
--Paul R.1rdin..a. Airborne Divo. arid participated in m recently and the find came finished business which il the stv-
public instruction on Tuesday of
.a.a- the Ardennes, Rhineland and Central after several tilt}'! of tllnesa from leaves us another big field of un-
this wet'k. The JoaN accepted Mr.DuBoee .
JlmSt 1Ir Europe rompaigtU He bas which it Wa known that be could inJ of proper care to our wounded
3 resignation. The board
Assistant County Agent n. LSpeer five ribbons with three campaign not reco\'er. and handicapped veterans and to
announced yesterday that I is r.egohatfngith a former ag stars and wag awarded the Silver The body has been sent to our war orphans and dertndtnl"
teacher for his return to the Pa- .
the county veterinarian innoeu- I bokt'fo school Star medal a presidential citation P18ttbur, N, Y. for burial by --. -----

late! 62 horses In the Pahokft'- set-up. and the Belgium Foure De Guem. Berry Funeral Home. Funeral utn, rHOS IHtl\'f

Canal Point area Wednesday : ---. At the rod of his 3i.dav 1'ln he services and burial will be held in Potv. C A. Moberg reports reeeiing -
against brain fever. A like campaign : rl\XS rr.IUan will report at Camp Kilmer N. J.. that city. a few additional gifts for

wa.' conducted in Belle I before returning to Frankfort 'I Surviving are two sons, George the Red Cross Fund, and It apprt-

Glade, South Bay and Lake Harbor : Major P. Andrew Kf'es has been Germany, where he is a member of I Mead ot Pahokte and Tomas E. dative of the response thug ru.

CD Thursday. 1 i transferred from Cochran Field the honor guard at the U. S. Army Mead of Platt.5burg, N. Y.: one There b very little likelihood of

-- . -- Macon Ga. to Coral Gables. Mrs.Keyes Headquarters. I. daughter Miss Mabtl K. Mead of the quota of In/ being md,

'SIT IS \L\I\\U\ 11 111Irs. I II and daughter, Andrea, are ---- -.-- Orlando: a grandson Thomas E- however, "every little bit added to

T C. Richardson and sister I I visiting her parents, Mrs. and 1Irs.It Bobbie Joe Sanders fire chief at : Mud, Jr. cJ Platuburg.I what we'\'t got makes just a little
bliss Rdbtl1t lIgan.111 leave W. Sanders, in Pahokte while the shipyard In Panama City Mead wu a retired plumbIng bit more", hence the campaign will

Sunday for a two weeks visit in Major Kt'es b attempting to find spent a couple of days this week contractor and hAd been a real-!uttnd Into next 'Attk FridAy Lt-

Wetumpka Ala. with their mothfr a home for his family in the Miami in Pahoket with friends and rela- dent of Pahokee since shortly atttr ing the deadline, that aU might be

lIrt. 11. D. lIpn. ans. t tin,. the first World War I given that Jut ClpporturJty.r1 .


Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 5, 19t6

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Farm BurEau 'ViII CORAL GABLESCommunications I phone equipment. The concern recently -
Company of Coral Gables contracted to furnish two-
Help Get Out Vote has won nation-wide recognition II way equipment for trains and sta-
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region !
for its pioneering in the develop- tions of the Jacksonville Terminal
Established 1924 Published Every Friday ORLA DO-The Florida Farm ment and manufacture of railroad Company, Seaboard and Florida

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance .' Bureau reluctantly has abandoned and other types of two-way tele- East Coast Railwa.s.
its traditional policy of nonparticipation -
The Everglades News: Is Entered at the Post Office in civil elections and -
, In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class lIatter. grimly announced its intention of '". .
waging an active campaign to get
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher out the farmer vote in the coming

primaries.This action, taken by the state i Prince TheatrePAIIOKEE
Better Leave 'Em Alone board of directors after a feren-I

Before toting to establish daylight saving time in West dum conducted among the Bu-

Palm Beach, members of the City Commission would do well reau's component county organiza- FLORIDA
tions, comes as an answer to the
to give consideration to the confusion and incom'eniencethat
the CIO-
challenge presented by
will ensue unless the surrounding towns follow suit.
Palm Beach Palm Bach, PAC. WEEK OF APRIL 7th 1946
For all practical purposes West Actions to be taken by the ,
Lake Worth, Riviera Beach and Lake Park are a single Farm Bureau are based upon the

community. For this city to go by a different time than the following Statement of Principle unda)'. londar

others cannot fail to cause a great amount of inconvenience. adopted last Saturda)'.

Whether the daylight "saved" in West Palm Beach would "The Florida Farm Bureau rec- "JUNIOR IISS"

compensate for it, is greatly to be doubted.In ogniz the right and believes it
fairness to the public, and change in time that is made the duty of individual citizens to Peggy Ann Garner, All 'n Josl'nTuesda

here should be uniform throughout the entire area. As a participate in the formulation of
future policies of our Government
matter of fact time changes should be made on a Statewide thru the free election to office of )'-\\'ednesday

basis, if at all. And that doesn't appear to be very likely in men qualified to represent the best

Florida. Members of the governor's cabinet are unable to interests of all of the people."In "SHE 'VOULDN'T SAY YES"Rosalind

agree as to its advisability and Governor Caldwell says he preservation of that principle Russell, Lee Bowman
isn't interested and in the interest of a free de-

Five States and parts of 18 others will go on daylight saving mocracy, the Florida Farm Bureau

time April 28, according to the Associated Press. For condemns as undemocratic and Thursda)"-Friday

the most part it will be confined to the larger cities. will vigorously oppose the acts of

That promises to be a headache for the transportation any group or organization which "FALLEN ANGEL"

lines as well as for untold numbers of people. The best way thru coerce political our elected action officials attempts into to Alice Faye, Dana Andrews

for the City Commission to keep this community out of a following the dictates of any

mess is to leave the clocks as they are. Where does it get group or organization by the ,

authority to order them set ahead anyway-Palm Bach threat of political reprLal" Double Feature Program

Post. . .
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drews as the stars, Linda Darnell, "THE
Cinematic Chatter Charles Bickford, Bruce Cabot and Thanks to the addition of sev-

By Malcolm Millar a host of other well known Holly- eral within the past few weeks, Renaldo
the Pahokee lIen's Bible Class
wood players lending excellent ALSO
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now enjoys an enrollment of 132.
Clever Peggy Ann Gamer and aid, "Fallen Angel", which 1IU>ves just 68 short of the final objective "THIS GUN FOR HIRE"Alan
personality plus Allyn Joslyn tOe. into the Prince this Thursday.Friday of 200. With Easter Sunday just

gether with a swell cast of featured for a two day run, should three Sundays away, the final Ladd, Veronica Lake

players present a comedy romance prove a delightful show to aU campaign for the hoped for 150 in
for the offering at the attendance will be conducted by
lovers of romance with a bit of
Prince Theatre this Sun-
coming the Membership Committee, E.
thrilling adventure and mystery
day-Mo da1. Keen, Chairman. T. W. Knight is
This one tells the story of a romance mixed In accordance In it. with the announce- the assistant. The book "Goodby PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
that was nearly blasted, a to G. I." has been received. Copies
business opportunity that was al- ment that the management had will be presented this Sunday to __ _________ __ ____ - __ ______ - "I
managed to contract with all the
most atomicized and a young lover all ex-servicemen. The Class
major film companies, and that we
who almost went to jail, all due to Quartet will favor with its usual
would be seeing newer and bet-
a young teenager, through a mf3. program of fine harmony. The last
ter shows in the future, this Saturday -
rumor in the series of lessons "The
understanding starting a on THE RURALTELEPHONE
starts the ball rolling on the
that spread like a forest fire. I Children of Israel" will be presented -
Saturday double feature. This will
However before these events take I by the teacher, Rev. C. A. Mo-
mean with the subjects that go
Glace the situation is cleared up berg. What about the antichrist? JOB
to make up this program, that we
when the mistake 13 seen and Is he here now? Is the way being
will be sitting through a three
the young lovers do get married hour show. paved? These and other questions
You'll love every bit of It! will be considered. A most cordial AHEAD
Duncan Renaldo, a dashing romantic -
invitation is extended to all unaf-
For the ay-\Vednesday of-
character, comes in with
fering I see a very delightful comedy -i "The Cisco Kid Returns", which is filiated men of the community,
visitors and service men, in or out
romance with Rosalind Russell -I
another delightful adventure in the I
and many other well known\ life of this colorful character. i of uniform. ...
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players lending the proper support. You'll like this different Western !
Situations that are impossible pile picture. 1)\1I0KF.E BAPTIST CIICltCJI

one on another 'Jntll It begins to j: On the same program comes AI-'I Thanks to the fine spirit of cooperation

look like a hopeless proposition Ian Ladd and Veronica Lake in I on the part of the mem-
when things are cleared up by a "This Gun For Hire". This one bers and friends of the Pahoket"

few simple explanations and the tells the story of a ruthless killer, Baptist Church, the Sunday School WE are enlarging our rural telephone ex-
right girl gets the right boy. I objective of 250 and the Training
who iJ any man's trigger man for activities
pansion just as rapidly as equipment -
do recommend it! Union goal of 100 were reached
a price.
Wlht Alice Faye and Dana An- See you at the moviet-Mal. last Sunday. Campaigns to maintain and materials become aYOilable. -
these averages plus are being

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and Mrs. W. M. DuBose, respect-
h'ely. The Ladies Quartet will equipment at the central office, in addittonIt =

sing this Sunday morning. The building telephone lines out into the rural _
pastor, Rev. C. A Moberg wall con-

Horace Unwin tinue his series of sermon on .teas, before we call furnish service -
"The Sermon on the 110unt", considering -

"Hallowed Be Thy Name." At other places we even have to constructor
I The pastor will present another of

Announces His his piano selections At the seven enlarge buildings before we leave space to

thirty hour, the pastor will preach
Mtoll the central office
on the next of The Baptist Articles eqaipment.
Candidacy For
of Faith "Election." The orchestra
and choir will augment the song Mach depends Oft how rapidly manufoc-

service and the "Illuminated Cross hIrers can supply the necessary equipment
CITY Meditation Sing."
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and materials. However, we will continue to

Croup EI Rita Faye Hurt go forward with our rural telephone work en

Has Birthday Party fast as conditions permit.

I! In The 1lrs. R. F. Hurt entertained at

O the Woman's Club building Friday SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE -_

a Annual evening daughter.with Rib a part Faye.,on honoring her twelfth her- AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY =-

Pahokee Election ,.,
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flowers were used u party decorapons -

Bobby Mackey won the .
grand prize in the "trusur hunt" I -(

To Be Held contest The hostess was assisted .t._...
by Mrs V Henderson. Irs. Albert
Snyder and Miss Peggy obt'rg In '

the P'J: or refreshments of
I'I. sandwiches, ire cream, cake and

Tuesday, (May 7, 1946 punch -to to-gu 5t5... !

The Pahokt't woman's Club will

conduct a luncheon meeting at the
C Patd PoiUt'al Ad, .
,iJJ clubhouse on TutSd1) at 12U
I p. m. I

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Page Four The Everglade News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 5, 19t6

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Moberg Accepts for his work, John Dulany making I'
i iP. the presentation in behalf of PTA. I In Built Up Cash
If Yon Have Cattle To Sell
-TA. President'sJob Pete deMoya and Paul Re.rdin 1 I
launched a check-signing campaign WASHINGTON Dixie once
I at the meeting to raise funds : was happy if she had dimes to : or Need Slaughter House Facilities
For Next Year to cover the expense of sending the jingle but today she's literally roll-I

band to the State Music Festival ing in money $22.779.850.000 ContactRANGELINE
in St. Petersburg this week. worth of it. That is the total of
Carl A. Moberg was re-elected ,i Refreshments of ice cream and bank deposits in 13 southern states i
president of the Pahokee Parent- cake were served during the social and $16,005,818,000 of it is credited ; FARMS
Teacher Association at the annual hour by Mrs. Frank Rozelle, Irs. to individuals, partnership corp-I

election Monday evening. Under H. L. Jaudon, Mrs. G. B. Ramey, orations and governmental subdivisions. -! Star Route lOG Wrest Palm BeachQUALITYCLEANERS
adroit guidance -
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'Mrs. Bob Henderson, Irs. Homer I
the Pahokee PTA is completing Barnes and Mrs. O. O. Gilbert, I The year 1941, except for begin- J
the most successful year in its hostesses The hostesses were a ning of the war looked like might i
history with a record-breaking little worried when they saw the good year to some people. But -

membership of 526 and every big crowd that filled the audi- bank deposits a mere five years j _.. .
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member rejoices that he has con- than chicken feed, compared
torium but there were more ago were I
sented to accept the responsibilities enough refreshments to go around. :with those of today. Then, figur- I :
of the presidency for another I ing in local and everything else H.
''year. deposits totaled $8.646,851,000. If

Other officers elected were Ned : \Vi--? I that looks bad by comparison, remember -' (Billie lolstad .O\yner) I
Kocher, first vice president: J. D. Celery 1933, when the same 13 ,
Rogers, second vice president: D. states had only $2,763,734,000 on DRY CLEANING & ALTERING '
D. Caudill, third vice president: I deposit and bank assets were
Mrs. A. D. Beverly, secretary and : Most people agree there's noth- ,'worth only U.029,562ooO. The
Mrs. W. P. Jernigan treasurer. i ing like a snappy stalk of celery year 1933 was the "bank holiday."
With this excellent slate of officers to freshen up a snack or meal. And Farm prices are up now and de- : CASH AND CARRY
it looks like another big now with celery plentiful and reas- fense industries have poured milliCJns -
year ahead for the Pahokee PT A. onable aU over the country, it's into southern coffers, but a
Mrs. F. M. Wilson gave the report the right time to see how the family lot of those war-built indllstries I 'Ve specialize in slip covers, uphol-

for the nominating committee. ': feels about variations: are continuing operations on civil- stery and drapes. Alterations an-
At the business session the Stufftd. For a fancy relish, stuff Ian production and the agricultural I
group voted a $5 contribution to stalks with mixture of mashed av- outlook in anythh but dim. Fiscal other specialty of ours. :

the City Recreation Council for In- ocado, horseradish, tabasco sauce, experts forsee no appreciable
cidental expelUles. It was an I chopped walnuts; chill before serv- 'slump this year, and possibly none
pounced that applications for the ing. In 1941. PROMPT 1 SERVICE
position of school cafeteria man Stewed. Cook peas with cubed They point out that despite the
0 ager will be accepted, as usual, up celery, adding one-quarter cup cut fact that the European war ended
until the May meeting. The monthly -i toasted almonds just before serv- in the spring and the Pacific con- (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans
attendance awards went to Mrs. ing. Or pep up creamed celery flict in the autumn, deposits on
Lumber Yard Office
Cleo Douthit's third grade room at with slivers of cooked green peppers. -; last Dec. 31 were approximately
school and to the than the I
the elementary I:Uooooooooo more on i
ninth grade at the high school, Baked. As an oven dish combine same 19U date
Mrs. Ralph Grimes and Clyde pieces of celery with carrot circles State, city and county govern- I -- -. -- --
Alley, sponsors.On add milk or canned bouillon. Or ments, which had a total of $1,196661,000 .- I I
the program Mrs. Frances combine cooked celery and cab- on deposit at the end of I : i I
Harlow, chairman, pre s e n t e d bage in a rich cheese sauce, top : 1945, are expected to dig deeply I : I
Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi and I with bread crumbs and chopped into their bank accounts to finance ; ;
his Pahokee High School Band In nuts; bake to a golden brown. I long-dela'ed construction and re- i I
a concert. Mr. Lampi Introduced pair, and many corporations likely !
Henry Fillmore of Miami, presi- NEW MOTOR SALES I will do the saint Individual de- THE FINEST IN . . I Ii

dent of the American Bandmasters The lot opposite Sanders filling : posits, reflected primarily from I i : I
Association, who acted as guest station in Pahokee has been level- earning power, might even jump. i ii
conductor for the last three num- ed and piling placed for early eree- I Wages generally have moved for-
bers of the concert two of which, Lion of a new motor sales room. I I ward in the South, as elsewhere.Gov. Dog Racing i i :
"Orange Bowl March" and "Mea A. J. Gamot is the builder and will Ellis Arnall, of Georgia, recently -
of Ohio," were Mr. Fillmore's own handle Dodge and Plymouth cars. : urged the South now that
compositions. Mr. Fillmore praised - --- it's in a position to do so to "fi- I
the band's performance and Miss Gloria Bosworth. We.st' nance itself", instead of continuing i I
said the only suggestion for Improvement Palm Beach, spent the weekend !to look to Wall Street.
he could offer was the visiting her brother and sisterini i Six of the 13 states, which the
Inclusion of more bass instruments.Mr. law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill B03\\'orth, I Iin treasury department list i s as"southern j I
Lampi was presented with Pahokee. i ," have more t h a n I

$1,000,000,000 on deposit, and
Texas, out where cotton and oil Season Ends
[ [aa a aaaa! J mix has $4,934,773,000. Others in
the billion-dollar class are Vir-
AUTOMATIC ) ginia, Georgia Florida, Tennessee

RECORD PLAYERS I r and Loulgiana.I' April 17

, I' Classified Ads II I II
II' FOIL SALE: 50 acres muck adjoining I II I
WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIRING ridge and including 5 lots I
I If you want a good close in farm i
AUTOMOBILE RADIOS I in Canal Point, see Dan Carpenter. I i!
: I

I I .'OR SALE: Live Easter bunnies, I A Thrilling Races i I

RADIO APPLIANCE with or without mothtrs. J. F.
Doman on the Belle Glade Road ; I
I at the R. R. Crossing. Al2pd. lu Nightly IU
FOR SALE: Pop corn machine, al- I
J. E. SULLINGER, PROP. PAHOKEE so a peanut router, both in good ; : Rain or Shine ,
shape and ready to run. J. F. D0- .
I I Ii
man on the Belle Glade road at i I II
I :
the R. R. Crossing. A12pd. 1:I
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SEPTIC TASKS, Grease Traps ,
I and Cess pools Cleaned and re-
I paired Drain fields installed Bob
I I Douthit, Pahokee, Phone 3872.I .
St 3-29-41 pdI Daily Doubles
Spring Cleaning! I
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FOR SALE: Meat slicer. Can be
seen at Ha'wood Baxter Sec-

Ladies let Ug help you with that spring cleming. I tion road.20 Store on the Belle Glade ltpd. I' Quinielas

Oil Mops ._............._.u. 51.25 & 51.50
FOR S.\U:: Glass show case. 8
Wet Mops ............... ....... i5e.I.25 i feet long, 5 feet 6 inches tall, 3
ft'ttde.. $35.00. Mrs Jack Bar-

O'CEDi\ll 'Vl\XES AND OLISHESJOHNSON'S +II+ rett Canal Point, F1a. ttpd. W

FOR S.\U: Two 6.room houses on
1(1) foot ridge lot in good state
I .COAT II! of repair each has three bed I
I rooms both for price of one-
Make your soap go farther with "SOILAX". water f III $;:>00. Dan Carpenter. Pahokt't.na. PALM BEACH

oftener and multi purpose cleaner at 23c for a I!, .

one and one half I pound package. II I''; -SOTlC.---- -------1 KENNEL CLUB

I will not bf responsible for any
-a- I II. OPIk"'Uf' lorr1o.oo nf'IJ
I. debt made by 1lrs. Pauline Stevens
On Ikhwiere Road
of Pahltktt after April 1. 1946.
Western Auto Associate Store I Oscar B. Stevens Wf'4It "aim I1rack

I - A12pd
I. )1. LAIR Owner PAHOKEE FLA. II w.tNTIDoperator for 10-Bdraglire.

I, I' S1.2S per hour. Duke
Tuck, Canal Point ltJ>l1 ,,



Friday April 5, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pago Glv

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Pahokee Scouts Get ted to examining, auditing, adjusting Mission Study By Lair presentation were Mrs. Abling dubon Society, the National Society -
and the accounts of and Irs. Rogers.
presented to the Florida
30 New Uniforms Circle On Thursday -- .....
aU officers of the st&.te. I Society an island in Orange Lake

Another interesting outlay was! SLEEPER RELEASEDCHICAGOGovernment which is located in Marion and
Thirty members of Pahokee Members of the Simonson-Lair I
BIY Scout Troop 23 received ne'f made by the 19t5 legislature which I Circle presented the first part of I restric-! Alachua Countie.i.

uniforms at the meeting in the!spent $50 on "bushes and .5brubs." the Pahoke Methodist WSCS, tions Pullman I The of
on sleeping car presentation the island
scout hut on Thursday night of'These turned out to be potted I I spring mission study at the church I ice put into effect last July ser-I was made by Mr. John H. Baker

last week and the remaining members -I'I plants used to decorate the senate on Thursday afternoon of last; facilitate the handling of the war's i i of the National Audubon Societ)",
of the Troop will be fitted for I and house chambers on the open- i week. The subject, "Cros.5 Over! heaviest military movements end ; The gift was accepted by Oscar
uniforms at the next meeting. ing day of the session. I Africa," was presented in a simulated ed March 15. ,I Baynard of the Ross Allen Reptile
Fund for the purchase of the uniforms Meanwhile the department of school room with Mrs. Arch I With the return of 192 cars to Institute, Silver Springs, Florida.Mr. .
were raised for the most I education splurged $1.50 on struc- Blakey acting as instructor and I overnight runs of 250 miles and Baynard assisted in the orig-
part at benefit projects sponsored tural metals and ran up its disbursements Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Mrs. Ralph Stanley less on 2t railroads throughout the inal purchase of the island thirty-
by the troop during the past I another cents lrs. T. A. Ferguson, and
by fifty country, all of the 898 sleeping five years ago and he has kept
winter. Scoutmaster Jack Phil- for "lumber and wood products." 11. P Holman, students Irs'l cars withdrawn by the ODT from in close contact with the bird pro-
lips has made it a rule that scouts Nearly all departments were recess of the school period ref res'i-; regular trains last July 15 for mil- tection work on this island during
with uniforms must wear them at conservative in their purchases of I ments were served I itary use will have been restored to that period.
all official scout meetings in the "fiber and textile products," with ; The second part of the WSCS I II civilian service after hauling ap- i
future.It the comptroller's office perhaps I mission study will be presented proximately 700,000 troops during i In his speech of acceptance, Mr.

was announced that a cook- being the most economical in this :later this month by the Gertrude i the last eight months, George A. Baynard gave a very interesting
out for all Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts regard. Lee's office parted with Shirley Circle. This year's study is Kelly, vice president of the Pull report on the progress of bird protection -
and Sea Scouts of the North 20 cents for articles made of cloth. in the form of a contest between' man Company said. I in the Orange Lake Sane-
Glades District will be held on -.. !the two circles and the circle judged .... i tuary.

April 12, with J. V. Thomas, dis- Calvin Spoor er, ARM 2-c, who to have made the best presentation ISL\XD TO SOCIETY I At present Mr. Ba)' ard is the
trict chairman of camping and activities is stationed in Miami, spent the I will receive the proceeds from T I director of the Florida Wild AniI -
in charge of arrangements. weekend visiting his wife and parEnts I a silver tea given by the losing SILVER SPRINGS-At the 46th I mal Exhibit and in charge of the
Scoutmaster Phillips announced in Pahokee. circles. Judges at the Simonson- annual meeting of the Florida Au-I Seminole Village at Silver Springs.
plans for forming drill squads I
within the troop. -
I State Checking Up ._

On 'Stable' Supplies

TALLAHASSEE Comptroller 0
J. M. Lee, head of a department LIDO CLUB
responsible for examining and aud-
iting all state accounts, wrinkled
his forehead in puzzlement. He
didn't have any idea why his office
had spent $1.25 during the last
fiscal year on forage, stable and
animal supplies-but be was going 4
to find out immediately. RESTAURANT
The expenditure Wa recorded in
his annual report on Florida fi-
nances along with millions of dollars -

spent on such Items as sup-
port of state Institutions and salaries 6 and
of state employes. Opening Saturday, April Serving o

Lee dispatched one of his audI-
tors to track down the item and

told a querying reporter he shared
the curiosity of the press. The
auditor returned. It seemed the Delicious

comptroller's office wasn't harbor-
Ing any animals on the quiet. A
negro errand boy had felt the need
of a new strap for his mall bag
He was authorized to get one so
he went shopping and found a '
borse's bitching rein would serve z h9'ee o
the purpose nicely.He .
bought it, charged it, and
the store duly submitted its state- S
ment, billing the state for one rein. .
The auditor who handled the item

cast about for a suitable catagoryin
which to place it and decided

upon "forage, stable and animal
So the alien listing showed up in
the annual expenditures of a department -

constitutionally commit- B TEMPTINGLY PREPARED BY AN EXPERT CHEF . g

WHEREAS, Pursuant to the Charter
and Amendenta thereto duly adopted
ordinances of the Cit) of Pahoket STEAKS AND CHOP'SCHICKEN
Florida and the Oeneral Lan thereto
pertaining. there rill be held In the
City of PahOkH. Florida, on the 'lth
and 14th days of May A. D. 1445, the
general or annual elections for the
purpose of electing three Councilmen I .Genuine Southern Style
of the City of P&hoket Florida and aMayor. .
Clerk and Marshall thereof. and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the
CIty ot Pt.hoket Florida, OD Tuesday, I
the 2Gth day of larch, A. D. IM. ata
regular meeting duly adopted I Reeolutton I Sandwiches Dinners Suppers
calling said election on 1&14 .
dates and directing the Mayor of the I
City of Fahokee to Issue his procll-
matlon thereof. Service That \Villl\lake You Smile
Mayor of the City of Pahokee Flor-
Ida, hereby rive notice and make

proclamation the In the City City Hall or that therein Pahokee there on wtu Florida.the be held'lth in I I One Visit to Our Dinning Room and We Know You/II Return4'h'

and 14th days of May, A. D. 1445. I
between the hours of eight o'clock I
.. m. and sunset of said day, the
general or annual elections for the
purpose of elecUnl' three CUncUmen.I .
Ma'or. Clerk and Marshall of said ,
City each of whom shall aerie until
the first Tuesday after the first Monday -
In May, A. D. 19-18. and or until
their lut"N'llllOrI In office are elected
and quaUfled.IS ,J tt
hereunto set my band and affixed
the official Ital of said City this 26th
day cf lImh. \. D. 1946.
O. B. lIct:1Ul't. Mayor
Pub: S. 12. U. 25, Jay 3. 1946.OTICE .
\ TO R.1111011E.ILEli.

City Council, City of Pahokte,

will receive bids up to eight o'clockp. The Yerr Finest That The Market Affords: . . .
m.. April 9, 19-16, for one 50
watt shortwl\\'e radio station complete -

completE', and two All 30 bids watt will car beo radios filed, Sea Food .. All Kinds .. Properly Prepared

with the Clerk at the City
Hall in the City of Pahokt't', FtorMa. -!
City of Pahokte reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. -

By W. r. Walker, City LIDO CLUB

Clerk I I .
Pub. Mar. 15, 22, 29. Apr. 5. 19466 n' "

Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, April 5, 1916'r

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rI r-- I Life On The Campus I aoo aoa


The two fifth grades had a
andDecorating Cleanliness Contest called The I Q

Ivory Inspection Pat r 0 I. The

I classes teams and were the divided winners into of each five ; WE FAY MORE FOR YOUR CAR .

I room were entertained with a picnic .
: on the dike by the losing
teams-Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Late Models Any Make D
i I For many year past we have been handling the : Walston sponsored the contest and
. the picnic.
I! i fine line of i

The entire Pahokee Elementary ; for 'O.omJral Transportation
Glidden Paints And Varnishes School has participated in packing

.: Junior Red Cross boxes to be sent 0 '
: and those who have used them for both exterior
: !! and interior purposes have found them most sat- : i I to the devastated countries of
Europe. The contents of the boxeS
factory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I
are wash cloths,
soap paper pen-
: PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- oils, toothbrushes toothpaste, etc

tractive. : Approximately 100 boxes are being o PHONE 2371 IJ.\IIOKEE, fLORIDA a
sent from this school. Mrs liar-
I low was in charge of this here at a
I : More Cooking Ware school.

.I I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and Marian Jones and Jasper Reed I Christian Chevrolet Q

been received were honored to interview Mr.
porcelain cooking utensils have now
Fillmore President of the Amen- Q
and from this supply you may find the articles
can Bandmasters Association. Mr. a
i you have long desirerl. Fillmore was born in Cincinnati. II\DIOXD CIDIISTI.\X. Owner

Among other new stock arriving will be Picking Ohio and came to :Miami Fla, nine 2j Hour Wrecker Senice Official AAA Representative Q
Bilbs all sizes years ago for hig health. Having
Baskets, G. E. Light Twenty-Gal-
Galvanized Buckets Lanterns Waste had pneumonia twice his doctor
Ion Paper :
! !' advised that the best place for his I m
: : Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.
I health was Florida As :Mr. Fill.j
i I Ii .
i \Ve are displaying and will take future delivery i more explained, he had been interested -. - .

: ; orders for the famed line of Kelvinator Ranges in music ever since he il -\
could walk He has a music publishing ,I i,
i and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot Water Heaters I II'
!! company in Cincinnati, W A TED !
IIIi but Mr. Fillmore does not compose I r :
music as often as he did when he I

was young He is an intimate STENO..CLERK !
i BETZNER.'S friend of Tschaikowsky and knows i
I Toscanini. Mr. and Mr9 Fillmore
I TilE HARDWARE STORE have no children, but they are interested I,

MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. : in all the children that Good Working' Canditions
are musically inclined. Mr. Fillmore

I praised our band conductor Mr. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. I

_,___, _" ,___ I Lampi, as a very fine director,
not only in his opinion but also according PHONE 2001 PAIIOKEEIALSEY :

to many other great conductors I I
We enjoyed our interview I' _n !
HOME :! very much and in our minds :Mr.-I .
BERRY FUNERAL Fillmore will always remain as a ,
I very fine conductor and composer f
of music. It is he who stages the
massed band displays and concerts
I Ambulance Service that go into the traditional Orange I & GRIFFITH INC.
Bowl game for which he wrote the ,
I i Pahokee Ph 2301 :Jelle Glade Ph. 247 march "Orange Bowl:' His next West Palm Beach
musical service to the state will
I i be at St. Petersburg where he will

judge the ability of the high school Tell Us Your Needs 'Ve Handle
bands to read music by sight.

Underwood Typewriters
ThP big day come for the Seniors
Iarchant Calculators
0 of 45.46, last Friday. That day
,. that all the seniors pay their trib- Sunstrnnd Adding Machines
ute-Senior skip day. We the Ediphone Voice "riting Equipment
seniors had a grand time and the
weather was perfect for out outing. Cabinets
We left Pahokee about 8:45 Filing
and paved "ye old school". and Steel Desks & Tables

gave our friends the good-bye Aluminum Chairs
wave which is traditional. We I
Steel 1 Safes
; stayed at Lake Worth Beach until

I we were salted like a cod fish and \re suggest that you send us your order so that we may
baked like ham, and left at :30..
I notify stocks in.
1 : you as our come
i We stopped in West Palm and
goLo went through the L. S. T which is Expert rcpairng: and overhauling all types and makes
_: I docked in the ri\'er. It was wonderful I of office machinc3. Our repair department will be glad

I sight! Miss Solick and your t o give you an cstimate. All work guaranteed

!rt'portf'r'rt> watching illustration J
of the Army vehicles moving
_ I
Beetles by electricity and I walked over to _
Io p ersr I look at another exhibit leaving I
Various terplllarsW her to look and talk. She thought : .
I I was still there, but the people I I
I thought she was-.You Know! after ; .

p ; (, I ItllCtt she told mt'. we had a big laugh I A. Servant of the Glades
: I
: I think Coach Brown tried to take;
off in the Sap zero they had on exibitlon. '

f(Iv '''I' After going through the I
111i L. S. T. we journeyed to Jupiter To Miami
All the advantages of natural CR o IS where WE' had rented two boats i 4 Buses

Greenland cryolite. CtICID for a cruise down the LoxahatchE'e' I To Vest Palm Beach
Rive-r. Wt' went about 1. miles
Not acutely toxic to man, cattle !down the river ate on the bank Daily To rt Myers & Lakeland

or other animals. where tables and a fine place Wag

prO\ided Then we started bark. ,
IL High degree of control at economical it was a beautiful night. Everyone
I Glades Motor Lines Inc.
cost. ;s had a grand time. We all journeyed ; I ,

home worn to a frazell but i
Available alone or In combinations never to forget the wonderful j I SERVING TilE

with copper or sulphur .A trip j I GLADF.s"J,J

if desired. rVDDT _
- -
ItoMt: I'R1 G.\:\1:'\'II.1.f;
INSECTICIDES Mr. and Irs. L. L. Stuckey returned -
Ar. I\tw avoobl. I" ,prtrf to their home In Pahok M
MAN II'flJc IUtING coAN' rf dr/1 boift for YN Of f1cIR..sE.awM I Sunday afternoon after spending I N.

..."".nd.d by your locol several dAYS in Gair.'mf'. FL\
01 1000"'IDI"'IIIUILDI' .'HILA. 7. PA.
.. YM.O.000.JLMI'p'., tI. Ur/Ilm.stelif.li.rl lot attending to busie s. 1fr tl'rkt'I I i
..... &lIrA O-co.. tn apc4.H'ro to....rxcao lrier .d.k. 0..4 1'OItIIo- I Ihi. is chairman of the Florida Vegetable -
'' c.asvk y.vr d s_ibor. : Committfoe. r
C"'htM byII.M. ... I
@/ I
Agricllltvrol Supply Compel' TIlt Russians are for peace if I Ittt

.......-.. n. SH4 C.mp.rya J Russians help make it and II
keep it made I _

Friday, April 5,191E The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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Russell Morrow I Irs. DuBose Named S

Head Of BPW Club I

II I II Tommie Lee DuBose was elected I II u a

I I president of the Everglades Busi-
Russell O. Morrow, West Palm ness and Profssional Woman's STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
Mr and Mrs. Julian Patterson I
Club at a meeting held at the home
Beach attorney who is candidate
Hicks the arrival of a
announce of the retiring president, Becky I \\'e Specialize In Home Cooking ]
daughter, Julia Diane, at Good for the State Legislature, was
Starling, Tuesday night.
Samaritan Hospital in West Palm guest speaker at the Tuesday Other officers chosen for the Old Fashioned Bar-B.QI
Beach on March 18. luncheon meeting of the Pahokee !
coming were CleoDouthit..
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Dooley of Lions Club. Mr. Morrow was a first vice year president: Clark Hull, I 14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla.
Belle Glade announce the birth of lieutenant commander in the Navy I
second vice president: Becky Star-
a daughter at the Everglades Me- during the war and SpEnt consider-
ling, third vice president; Phara '
morial Hospital on Tuesday, able time on duty in the Pacific aacor oac
Mock, recording secretary: Lucille
April 2. I area. The subject of his talk was
Williams, corresponding secretary
"Japan and its People." .
and Alma Farrow, treasurer.It .
District Mock .., "
Deputy Rupert J "tY"
announced that the clubs
50 More Vets Join gave a report on the Lions District annual banquet and installation of

Deputy Governors' meeting which officers will be held at Cleston IT'S A LARD JOB TO FILL ALL

Pahokee Post 90 Of he attended recently in West Palm I Inn on April 16.Christmas.
Beach and gave additional information OF OUR ORDERS!

concerning the Lions State ..

American Legion Convention to be held in Jackson- But you can rest assured that we will do everything .

ville April 2123. Party in our power to give you the best service

The Lions voted to furnish uni- For Younger Olders po35ible.

Fifty more local veterans were forms for the town baseball team

received as new members of Fred which the Legion is sponsoring The younger older (whatever AL BELCHER

and Percy Mansfield Post 90 at It was announced that a Lions that means) group of the Pahokee

meeting in the city hall Monday zone meeting will be held at the First Baptist BTU went haywire BOX 876 PAHOhEEEXTERMINATOR

nigh This raised the membership Pahokee Lions Hall on Sunday, I and staged a Christmas party at

of Past 90 to nearly 200 which I April 7, at 3 p. m. the home fo Mr. and Mrs. Horace .V I.V'

was the goal set in the current Among the visitors were Jen Unwin the first of the week. Invitations -

membership drive. Sun Huang and To En Saun, ..
I were sent out on Christ- -- -- - ----- -- -
Post Commander J. S. Chastain Chinese students from the Uni-
mas cards and as the guests entered -
announced plans for sending a versity of Nanking, who as ex- i
the Unwin living room they I II
group of six local veterans, three change students are studying agri- I were greeted by a large sign reading II ;
cultural methods in the Glades I
delegates and three alternates, to i "Merry Christmas and a Hap-
the State American Legion Convention area. Miss Phyllis Rose of West py New Year." The house was :

in Fort Lauderdale. Hotel Palm Beach, ROB representative, decorated with the Yuletide motif I I Termite Proof The byte Way :I

reservations have been made for was also a visitor.Summer dec- It iJ for 5
and in one comer was a large fully protected years with written

this number, however, other mem- 'orated Christmas tree banked I. Member Florida Control Association, Bonded and Insured.
bets of the post are welcome to at- I'with wrapped gifts. From I
gaily Kills rats, roaches, bed bugs, fleas, etc.
tend the convention, he said. Program I archways hung sprigs of mistletoe j I

Loub Gold and Cannen Salva- for the younger older girls to : I Call or Write

tore, Sr., of the building committee I
blush under. It was a perfect
were authorized to purchase a Christmas party except for one : I

desirable lot which b to serve as I respect-Santa Claus didn't show 224 S. Main Street Phone 9532 Orlando Fla !

the site for a Legion building and An interesting recreation pro- i up Why, we don't know, for he I
clubhouse for Post 90. '
is getting younger in spirit and
the months I
Melvyn Pugh and Doney Pugh gram through summer older in tradition every year. -___ ___A_ ___ _____ __. _ _ _ _
for both youth and adults in the
reported that local business houses Miss Clark Hull, president of the
Pahokee-Canal Point is
area being
are furnishing uniforms for theLegion's olders,
C. S. Steve Brown newly organized younger
arranged by ( ) ,
junior baseball team and conducted ceremonies. Contest
recreation director.At .
the Legion committee sponsoring city prizes were won by Mr!. Claude I
Mr Brown is
present plan-
the team wag authorized to purchase Jones, Bishop Starling and Miss
balls, bats, gloves and oth- ning the organization of a Sunday
Rethelle Logan. Mrs. W. M. Du- PALM BEACHCOUNTRY
school softball for
league junior
er needed equipment. The Legion Hei I bose, BTU director, was a guest.
boys, 9 to 12 years inclusive.
voted to also sponsor a town base- The first course of refreshments,
has written letters to the .
ball team with all men in the community pastors I consisting of colored water and
of all local churches for
eligible to try out for the asking 'com bread enticingly coated with
their cooperation if they are interested CLUB
team.A .
cake icing, put the finishing touCh
in the formation of the
pamphlet, "Briefing the -
on ail astonishnig evening of April
," which Informs veterans how league. A softball league for junior i 1 tomfoolery.
will also be if
they can assist in controlling in- girls organized

e flatton, was distributed to each enough girls express their desire to [ Open this summer
member participate in this type of recrea-
attending the meeting.
. tion, he said Arthur Le Spooner

The April meeting of the Canal Several boys of junior and senior,: Has Birthday Party The Palm Beach Country Club will remain

Point Methodist WSCS, which high school age have requested
was I open this summer and invites golfers or this
week will be held that a softball league also be or- ;I
postponed a at Arthur Lynne Spooner celebrat-
the home of Mrs. C. L. Stewart ganized for senior boys. These I ed his fifth birthday anniversary area to enjoy its facilities at special summer

on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock boys and others interested are ask- at a party given by his mother, rates effective April 15-October 15.ItATES '
ed to contact Mr. Brown at the!I
Mrs. Arthur C. Spooner at their
high school to work out for
plans a
home in Pahokee last week.
USE senior boys league I I Miss Hazel Todd assisted the -

666 The Pahokee Lions Club has or- hostess in the serving of refresh- 6 Months Membership-Men .. _. .____ $60.

ganized a men's softball team ments of ice cream and cake to plUA $12 Federal Tax

Cold Preparations Any which Independent is now ready men's to book softball games. Johnny Adams, Charles Boles, 6 Months MfmbeonJUp- .._._..._. ....._ $33plw4
Roland Todd, Larry Moore, Beverly
liquid, Tablets, Salve, Note Drop' team of South Florida that would Pitts Buddy and Effie Lou Keen,I $1 Federal Tax

Caution Use Only As Directed like to play the Lions team are Jeanette Spooner, Roger and Sha- 6 Months Membenbip-FamUJ.-(

h_ .__. asked to write..to..Director Brown. ron Watson, Richard and Judy i iShacktord pltl'l $15 Federal Tn

Walter Ray and David PRO SnOI-LOCKER nOOl-SIiOWER ROOM
ELECTION OFFICERS Fountain, Susan Johnson, Brenda
lumDANYWA and Wayne Un\\in, June Gant,
W_ P. Walker, city clerk of Pa- Joan and Willadene Todd, Rose 11tmbt-rsh.1p Card lilMltd On Receipt of ChedtPaynbie :

hokee, announced the following Marie Henderson and A nit a To Palm Beech COODtry Club

correct list of official to hold the Cowart: also Mrs. Elosie Unwin,

A MAN(ANSTilI. Jay 7 election: Edna Pickett, Yrs. Mr!. Allie Mae Watson, MI'3. EarlePitts
Rhoda Shiye and J. B. Elliott, inspectors .
TAKE A CREW Mrs. Owen Todd, Mrs. Dick
and T A. Ferguson. clerk Moore, Mrs. ElI\\'orth Keen Mrs.T. .
WITHOUT rlUNg Ht Alternates are : Mrs. V. C. Denton, S. Spooner and MI'3. Myers i II \

SHOULD fIRST OFFER Mr3. Ora Powell and Mr!. G. B. Fountain. 1 I I :

ONE TO THE LADY.IJ Ramey. . i iI !

L'i TilE CIRrt1T COl'RT OF TIlE Freddie Blakey Has : floiiiogeiiizedVitaiiiiii
Birthday Party
Plaintiff, : Mrs. Arch Blakey entertained at
-fl- her home Friday afternoon with
DANIEL H.tSH.ULTER.Deftnc1ant..
: a party for her son, Freddie, on hiss

NOTICE TO APPEAR eve nth birthday anniversary' -3- :-0.AVAILABLE .-
flowers were used for party
GEORGIA dt'C'OraUor..s. The hostess was as- AT YOUR
You aft hereby required to appear in
sisted in the tntertair.1r. by Celesta -
the above Court on the 8th day of
April A. D. 1946! at the Court House In Gant. Joyce Lynn Hurt and GROCERY STORE '
West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County. Charlotte Ann Cate. Freddie'
FiordsL to aIl5nr to the Bill of Com-
plAnt for Divorce filed agattut you In first grade classmates and some
. .
But of us are re.lieveti -
none the above entitled au e and E tROLAnES {) : ()-
neighhc1rhood children' were f.Ut'st
of the obligation of I NEWS a newspaper reeululypubiahed -..
to Palm Bach County. Floe
aets for I Ida. 15 hereby designated L' the ntWI.I 'l.fiSOI.I.m.HI...;
protecting our caper In "hlch this order haU bf pub-
md future +lUhf'd' once each nft for four coa.cu- LFA
IIER present security I
tin wetly issues.
A magnolia tree to the yard at
Consult today DOSE AND ORDERED at west PAm! ,
ttrach Palm Beach Coonty Flortds.i et the Mt. and Mrs. Anderson
this 4th dn of Much A D.194! I
for Fl'I.14 coverate insurance. ;I J1 ERSm etf'rk ofI Chastain home in Canal POint isbtoomint

I Ctrcutt Court Pam &&:hC"ur.ty ;. Magnolias n th.. sec.tion I I

Florida'Ctreutt or Florida art a rare sight and
Court Seal)
O. U. BLEECII I BT Thac1i1 P Pau. the one 1n CAnal Point hss drawn Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla.
a kit of .attMJot1. The trH'8.5
IJ\UOKr.rl I
ISSl'lt\sr P: Att rn" fM Pa1aWt breught freer Ceergid six years I
t's1 te. londaPub 1 I
J Much I. U. n asd 29. 1946. ago. :- -------- ------------ ----


Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday April 5.1946'
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the Statler Hotel in Cleveland I rn:4: W QDDd Qmi7[
She and Miss Jackie Chastain
- pent Tuesday visiting in Palm
i Mrs. C. T. Jackson and Mrs. O. .
R. Bleech attended the wedding p
of Mrs. Jackson's niece, Miss Faye
(Mrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082) I
Payne of Avon Park, and Nicholas
Mr and Mrs. W. D. "Heck" Kotch of Pitts burg, Pa., at Avon I
fimore are back in their Lar-I Park on Monday of last week.
Bacom Point Road after being I They were accompanied back to I
away during the war. During the i I Pahokee by Mr and Mrs. Kotch I ALBERT ANT
time Mr. Larrimore served in the I who were enroute to Miami on
their wedding trip. I
army Mrs.. Larrimore worked in:I
Jackson, Jr., has
the motor vehicle department tn Ensign Tyler I!
Tallahassee. Mr. Larrimore is now\ reported back to duty after 10 I Qj
days of illness in a naval hospital.
working with Ule Kilgore Seed j
company in Belle Glade. I He was given new orders and is I Announces His Candidacy B
The Pahokee Methodist Wom- now commanding officer of the I

an's Society of Christian Service USS 1133. ... I FOR RE-ELECTION AS Q
will hold its April meeting at the I
church Monday afternoon at 3 p. ,, INSTALLATIONOverseas
veterans of the PahokeeCanal I
m. Mrs. A. D. Beverly will present
the program and Mrs. Ralph Stan- Point area are invited to I
ley, president, will preside at the! attend the installation of officers I
business. of Porter Raulerson Post 2007, i Chief of Police
Mrs. Jessie Bleech of Jackson-j VFW, to be held at the Legion I
ville Home at 423 Iris St., West Palm
ter-in-law. I Beach, on Tuesday, April 9, at 8 hi
Bleech, in Pahokee this week. : p. m. Commanding Officer Charles
Miss Virginia McClure of Cleve- E. Morris and Mrs. Morris will act
land, Ohio, is spending two weeks as installing officers. The installation -
here visiting her parents, Mayor I ceremony will be followed
and Mrs. O. B. McClure. Miss Mc- I by the serving of refreshments and
Pahokee Annual Election
Clure Is employed as dietician at dancing.


Baptist Article Of Faith No. 9 i

"God's Purpose Of Grace" I II I! Tuesday, May 7 hihi

We believe that Election is the eternal purpose II IIof

God, according to which He graciously regenerates i I

sanctifies, and saves sinners; that being :I

perfectly consistent with the free agency of man, II IIit l (PaidnPolitical Ad v.) ttJ "

comprehends all the means in connection with ;J 9JCJIJL.ILIl JLtIJLJLIC.IIJIJCJCJr p;r1'i--Jj-LICJ[-V Iv ;UL1lJCIL3JCJJL1l:1
the end; that it is a most glorious display of God's
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sovereign goodness, being infinitely free, wise, Interest of American yachtsmen I Believe it or not; 85 telephone Sgt. James Harry Wilkinson
holy, and unchangeable; that it utterly excludes Sill center tn 81. Petersburg subscribers in Boca Grande peti- is home with his discharge he re-
tioned the Florida Railroad Com- ceived at Ft. Bragg, N. C., on
boasting, md promotes humility, love, prayer, Uarch 30th, when the St. PetersDurg.Havana -
mission last week asking that the March 31, after serving 3 years in
praise, trust in God, and active imitation of His Yacht race, first telephone company be permitted to the sen'ice Eighteen months of
free mercy; that it encourages the use of means jeep water event to be ron since I I raise its rates so it could give ,this time he spent overseas in England -
in the highest degree; that it may be ascertained 'ar's end, again brings tall masted better service. : France and Germany. James
by its effects in aU who truly believe the gospel; ;ailing craft into harbor to await I ... i Harry wears the following ribbons -
ETO, conduct and vic-
A b 0 u t three-fourths of the i : good
that it is the foundation of Christian assurance; starting gun of the 28' mile race ; world's supply of coffee is pro- tory ribbon. He arrived in Paha-
and that to ascertain it with regard to ourselves ::0 Havana duced in Brazil. :kee Tuesday.
demands md de:r\'e the utmost diligence i I
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Paid Advertisement of the a oa [.;iIZiWi ijliI [ [; aa
First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla.

I Arthur Trailer SalesEAST


Belle Glade: 8 P. M. IolldayPahokee:16:30 .

: : A. iI. Tuesday

.1 r T4, I Several Fine House Trailers

? 9 llEaftSpessard Now On Display

L. Holland I
e .tNIII.tTI:
.. /
A United States Senate

.LL. 21 (uhjt''t To 'mnrratir "rin13I"') ; We carry a $70,000 stock of trailers at our main office J]

Florida's wartime governor speaks in Rh'el'ia Beach on U. S. Highway No. 1 f

on :issues that face the nation .hear I Also all accessories. kJJ

him tell why the selection of your itT !

11 E S I.\ V next senator to Washington is one of
X I GilT Flolida's most important respunsi-j8 I

Ibgler P. 3 Turk 1. bilities. Small Down Payment - Balance Like Rent

..Iti'e+t "alm t'iLfh ;i
Former Gm"ernor State Senator

Educator Jurist Grower

"'ar 1'eteranNJ0 I FOR PItESEN'I' WILL BE -

Tune in to these radio stations for WWPG C C CsIk'dal w i Open Daily From 10 A. M. 'lii 9 P. M.

broadcast of Spessard L. Ilol-

land speech, atSPM Tuesday, April 9th., C; (Including Sunday)

(Paid Political Adv.l .


April 5. 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Nine

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NOTICE State Checking Up !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296. Laws
of Florida Acts of 1937, knO'i'U as the UURPHY ACT, the followtng described On 'Stable' Supplies I r I I II

land in Palm Beach County, Florida will be offered for we at public outcry I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO i
for the highest and best cash bid subject to the right of the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund to reject any and au bids, at the Courthouse beginning TALLAHASSEE Comptroller : I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the !

at 10:00 O'Clock A. Y. on the 10th day of May, 1946. As to Lane outsisde J. Y. Lee head of a department I business which they have given us in the past and for their ,
any municipality easement for road right of way 200 feet wide will be I I understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the ;
reserved from any parcel through Rtieh there 18 an existing state roac1. As to all responsible for examining and auditing years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and i

lands outside the corporate limIts of any municipality as of this date, title to aU state accounts wrinkled I I maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy I Ii
one half of All petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be reserved: his forehead in punIement. Hedidn't
if lands are within laid corporate Itmite as of th1a date the reservation applies i Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I
but privilege to explore, mme and develop Will be conducted on and under have any idea why his office : i offer you the same efficient and courteous service which It
land only with the consent of the surface ofter. had $1.25 the i has been endeavor to render
spent during last, our in the pasL The service we I

DESCRIPTION Set. Twp. Rie. Acre fiscal year on forage, table and offer is complete from landscape designing to a finished

Lots 31 1k 32. Block 18. animal supplies-but he was going : I planting job. OUr Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of ,
North Palm Beach Plat to find out immediately. : : lovely trees, shrubs vines, potted plants etc. awaiting yourselection :
Na 1 as 10 PB IS P 30 _________ 3.4 43 43 I I
Lot 9. Block "C". Town The expenditure was recorded in I j I
of Lake Worth as in PB his annual report on Florida fie : I We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will I
2 Pages 29 to 40 tne. continued business.
appreciate !
nances along with millions of dol- your
Lot 8. Block 27, Add No.1 'I' ,
to Town of Lake Worth lars spent on such items as sup- : ; E. TINSLEY HALTER President

NInFE3Pages. .6to6inc. _______ port of state institutions and sal. I i 1\TRSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No, 25 at I

Lots a..9,12. 13i &14 aries of state employes. ; City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida
Block 5. Lake Boynton Lee dispatched one of his auditors i ii I
EtitAte8 Plata No. I, 2, 3 I II
&:4a.s in PB 13 Pgs 32 to track down the item and i

&:53.PBUPgsl'l& told a querying reporter he shared I
G9 ___ _______ 29 45. 43
Lots 9 to 11 tnc.,Block 9, the curiosity of the press. The

Lake Boynton Estates auditor returned. It seemed the
Plats No. I, 2, 3. dl 4A
as in PB 13 Pgs 32 do 53, comptroller's office wasn't harboring PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
14 PB 14 Pgs 1'1 do 69 __________ 28 .u 43 any animals on the quiet. A -
Lot 1. Block 378, Town of
Lake Worth as In PB 2 negro errand boy had felt the need

Pages 29 to 40 tnc. __.___._____. of a new strap for his mail bag. J. W RASH LEY
Lots I, 2 do 4. Block 5, .
Lake Boynton Estates He was authorized to get one so
Plata No. 1. 2, 3 &: 4A as he went shopping and found ahorse's JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla:
in PB 13 Pgs 32 &: 53, do
PB 14 Pgs IT &: 69 ____________ 29 45 43 J hitching rein would serve

Lot 'I, Block 125, Town of the purpose nicely.He GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Lake Worth as 1n PB 2 bought it, charged it. and
Pages 29 to 40 tnc. ____________
the store submitted its state-
Lot 14, Block 4. Dell Parkas duly
tn PB 8 P 56 being ment, billing the state for one rein
Subdivision of Lou 3.
a 4.5&8!2 ofLot2W The auditor who handled the item

of Ry Bubdi' ________________ 9 46 43 cast about for a suitable catagoryin
Lot 8, Block 312. Town of
which to it and decided
Lake Worth as In PB 2 place
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _______.__._.._ upon "forage stable and animalsupplie.s. Canal Point Iachine WorksI
Lot 6. Block ft4. Town of ."
Lake Worth as In PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ________._____ So the alien listing showed up in
Lot 'I, Block 314. Town of the annual expenditures of a department I : Manufacturers Of !
lake Worth as In PB
Pages 29 to 40 Inc ______....___.. constitutionally committed : ', IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS I
Lot 8. Block 314. Town of
Lake Worth as in PB 2 to "examining, auditing ad- HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS I j j
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ______.__..._- _. justing and setting the accounts of I
Block 66. Add No. 1 I IWe
'ot 6. all officers of the state" WEED CHOPPERS Ii
to To'l'n of Lake Worth I
as In PB 5 Pages II to 9 Another interesting outlay was II
Inc--------------____--______..__- r I
made by the 1945 legislature which
Lots 11 do 12. Block I,
Bunker Hili Addition to pent $50 on "bushes and shrubs." Are Agents For ;

West Palm Beach as inPB These turned out to be
10 P 8 ____.__________.___..__._ 4 44 +sLots potted ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES i
11 & 12, Block 2, plants used to decorate the senate
Bunker Hill Addition to and house chambers on the open- AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS I Ii
West Palm Beach as In .
PB 10 P 8 _____.____________..__ 4 44 43 ing day of the session I
Lot 6, Block 11. Late Meanwhile. the department of tI

No Boynton I, 2. 3 Estates do 4A IS Plats tn education splurged $1.50on. structural WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK i

PB 13 Pgs 32 &: 53. &: mPals and ran tip its! disbursements I
PB 14 pgs 17 do 69 _______.___- 29 45 43 !
Lot 2'1, Block "P", Lake- by another fifty cents I
view Ridge 85 in PB for "lumber and wood products" CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
'I Pp 35 & 40 _________ 4 44 43 I
Lot 9. Block 2, Hillcrest at Nearly all departments were
Lake Worth aa tn PB 12P40 conservative in their purchases of
____..______.__.______ %1 44 43 "
being a lubdl, of Tract ISof "fiber and textile products with WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
W4 the comptroller's office perhaps
Lot III, Block 151, Town of
take Worth aa in PB 2 being the most economical in this

Pages 29 to 40 lnc _____________ regard. Lee's office parted with TilE GLADES
Lot 5, Block 41. North
Late Worth IS In PB 5 20 cents for articles made of cloth. I

Pgs 48 to t9 ______.._._____.___ 15 44 43 -- .a. --
Lot 8. Block 41. North ISLAND TO SOCIETY
Lake Worth IS In PB 5
Pgs 48 do 49 ______________ 15 44 43 SILVER SPRINGS-At the 46th
Lots 500 to 504 IDe.. The annual meeting of the Florida Audubon --.KILGORE: BRED-RITE SEED
Gardens at South Palm
Beach aa In PB V P 13 ________ 4 44 43 Society the National Society -
Lot 5. Block 258, Town of presented to the Florida
Lake Worth aa tn PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 Inc. __________ Society an island in Orange Lake
Lots 24 to 25 Inc., Block which is located in Marion and
21. Mrthome Put FIrst Helping the Farmer Deli'erthe
Addition to Kelsey City Alachua Counties.
as In PB 3 P 34 ____________ 29 42 43 of island
The presentation the
Lots 2'1 &: 28. Block 21,
Mhrehome Park FIrst was made by Mr. John H. Baker Goods 'VithInsecticides

Addition as In PB to 3 P Kelsey 34 __-u City _______ 2t 42 43 of the National Audubon Society
Lot 3. Block 3.2. Town of The gift was accepted by Oscar

Lake Pages Worth 29 to 40 sw tnc.tn PB___2_u.____.__ Baynard of the Ross Allen Reptile
Lot 9. Block 380. Town of Institute, Silver Springs, Florida
Worth tn PB 2
Lab Pages 29 to 40 as ine ________ Mr. Baynard assisted in the orig- A
Lots 51 k 52. Rlplat of inal purchase of the island thirty-
fth'td\ Court No. 1ss five and he has kept
tn PB 13 P 15 __________.__ 33 43 43Lot. years ago rF
7 & a. Block 11, Late in close contact with the bird pro- w
Boynton Estates Plata tection work on this island during
No 1. 2. 3 &: U IS In 00
PB 13 Pn 32 do 53, dr PB that period.In .
Ii Pp 17 & 69 ._________..___ 29 45 43 his speech of acceptance Mr. o
Lou 19 & 20. Block 14. -AND- '
Colonial Estates aa in Baynard gave a very Interesting
PD 9 P 12 __.__._____________ 4.9' 44 43 the of bird .
report on progress protection
Lots 200 & 201, The Gard.
tns at South Palm in the Orange Lake Sanc- .
Beach 15 In PB 9 P 13 ___.______ 4 44 43 .
Lou 12 &: 13. Southern tuary.At
ultvard Park as tn PB present Mr. Ba'Dard is the I
11 r 15 __ ,--- __________________ 33 43 43 director of the Florida Wild Animal :
Exhibit and in charge of the FungicidesI

Seminole Village at Silver Springs.
SLEEPERS nr.u\sr.U

CHICAGO o\'ernment restrictions = IS OUR BUSINESS

on Pullman sleeping car service HN
ItJ put into effect last July to

facilitate the handling of the war's

$100 Reward heaviest March military 15 movements ended o !\OV'V hat Do You Need? tjC

With the return of 192 cars to 00

overnight runs of 250 miles and
For Information Leading To Arrest 0 less on 24 railroads throughout the Call Us

country, all of the S9S sleeping

And Conviction or Individuals 0 cars withdrawn by the OOT from I w

regular trains last July 15 for mil.I
\'ho n( tro\'d Stats In The fJ '
been restored to I
nary use will han

Prince Theatre civilian service 100.000 after troops hauling during approximately -I: KilGORE SEO[ CO.

a the last eight month George A. i

Kelly, vice president of the Pullman I I

Company uid.. Pahokee Belle Glade
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Prince Theatre I The safety bicycle was first Phone 3201 Phone 106Friday

platt on the marlttt in 1SS7.

The state of Tau Iud in the
!i,production of blackbtrrie: I I Ii WIKILGORE BRED-RITE SL ED


Page Ten The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 5State's 19t6

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DESCRIPTION Sec, Twp. Rge. Acres DESCRIPTION Sec: Twp. Rge, Aerea
Financial Lots 25 dr 26 Block 89. Lots 19 to 24 me.. Block
Northwood Addition 8. Rio Del Rey as tn PB

West Palm Beach 12P84 ___u______._._.__._... __ 21 46 43
Position Better (Plats 1 to 6 & 8 to 11 Lot 15, Block 6. o..ceola

Inc as in PB 8 Pages 47A Park _unuu____________.
: 62. PB 9 Pages 30 d: Lot 16, Block 6, Oceola

41. PB 10 P 11. PB 11 Park _________nn__________. .
Than Ever Before Pages 18. 38 & 39, PB 12 Lot 18. Block 6. Meola

P 11 k PH 14 P 14 .____..._..___ Park u__-___u___nnn_____._._...
Lots 29 & 30. Block 23. Lot 40. Block 7. Osceola

Colonial Estates as 1n Park _____nnn______n_________;..
PB 9 P 12 -----.---------.--....- 4-9 H 43 Lot 1. Block 14. Osceola
Florida now is in a better position Park nnnnnn______..._.......
Lot 6. Belle Terre as in
financially than ever before PB 13 P 31 . .... 3 Triangular strip W of
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Block 14 Osct.ola Perk ___._...__
The research division of the for- Lots 246 & 247. Hillside NE4 OF SE's OF SW'i ____________ 17 46 43 10
Park as In PB 12 P 11 _______ 9
ida State Chamber of Commerce, Lot 1. Block 197, Town or U 4J NE! OF NE'. OF N\V?. u ..______ 17 46 43 10
Lot 19 Subdiv _____m___..._____.. m! 44 43 20
In its weekly business review, just Lake Worth as in PB 2 OF Lot 13 Subdivoo______.__
Pages 29 to 40 inc. _____.__....__ SE'S :20 46 4J SLot
released, makes this plain. The Lot 1. Block 88. Lynn's 14 E or FEC Ry.Subdlv
Osceola ______nu_____________.... 4 43 1
review goes on to point out that, Park Addition Being to a Subdivision E2 OF Wz? of Lot 28 .

as of January I, 1946, deposits in or Blocks 87, 88. Subdiv ____________________....... 30 4S 43 5
Lot 4 W ot Ry Subdiv --_______ 21 46 43 Z
National State and 95. & 96 or Town ofDeiray
Florida banks, ,
___--___..______.._.....__. Lots 19 & 20. Block 6.
industrial, totaled $1,791,026,459. sceola Park ___uun...___......_.
Lots 2 & 3. Block 88. Lynn's

The review in its survey, brought Addition to Osceola Wi or Lot 26.I.I. OF .
Park Being a Subdivision Ez of Lot 26. W?' of
out that this amount is 81 cent
per or Blocks 81. 88.
Lot 27. W!4 of Lot 28 .
of the total income earned by 95, do 96 or Ton of SuMI' ----_ -_____--__---____....... 2/ 46 43 22.5
Delray ______________._._...._. Lot 16. Block 79. Town of
Floridians in 1944 and that in addition
Lot 5. Block 88, Lynn's Lake Worth as tn PB 2

to this staggering sum are Addition to Oceola Pages 29 to 40 inc .. ...._.__..
Floridians Park Being a Subdivision Lot 14, Block 80, Town of
incomputable assets of ot Blocks 81, 88. Lake Worth as In PB 2

in government bonds, securities 95, k 96 or Ton ot Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____.__........
Delray ____.....__.__.__........_. Lot 6, Block 123, Town or
and iIl3Urance.
Lot 8, Block 88. Lynn's Lake Worth as tn PH 2
The review goes on to say that, Addition to Osceola Pages 29 to 40 inc .-00--7

as compared with 1931, deposit Park Being a Subdivision Lot 8. Block 125. Town of '
or Blocks 81. 88. Lake Worth as 10 PB 2
volume today shows a 5U per cent 115. dr 96 or Town or Pages 29 to 40 Inc. --_......--....- I

increase Delray __..._______n___._.______..... 'Lot 16, Block 141. Town of t
Lot 7. Block 88, Lynn's Lake Worth as in PB 2
How Floridians will ease off from Addition to Osceola Pages 29 to 40 tnc. _____._..........
this huge wartime perch is of Park Being a Subdivision Lot 5. Block 145, Town of
ot Blocks 81, 88. Lake Worth as tn PB 2 I
great economic significances to the 95, do 96 or Ton or Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ______?........_

entire state. The pending of this DeIray .__...............?--.-?-. Lot 13. Block 145. Town of
Lat Worth as In PB 2
cash reserve can measure progress Lot 9. Block 88. Lynn's Pages 29 to 40 tne. ___u..__.........
Addition to Osceola
along the road to substantial pros. Park Being a Subd1 Lot 14, Block 179, Town of

perity Only if spent wisely can it'' vision ot Blocks 87, 88. Ulte ,Worth as 10 PB 2
95, k 86 of Ton of Pages 29 to 40 tnc. ______............
act as a sustaining force, fusing DeIray __.............-_._......... Lot 9, Block 184, Town of
Into normal levels and assisting In Lot 10, Block 88. I.1nn's Lake Worth as In PB 2
Addition to 05ceola Pages 29 to 40 tne. _______...?_
raising these levels, the research '.
Park Being a Subdivision Lot 4, Block 201. Town of
analyst points out. Applying economic ot Blocks 81, 88 Late Worth IS In PB 2 ,.
95, do 96 at Town at Pages 29 to 40 Inc. __ ___..........

yardsticks, the review DeIray _.____............._........ Lot 4, Block 227. Town of
stresses further that roughly some Late Worth M tn PB 2
Lot 11, Block 88. Lynn' . Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _____00________
30 cent directly into labor 20 .. .... ,.
per Addition to O6ceola -.. Lot 10. Block 245, Town of
per cent in the purchase of movable Park Being a Subdi : Lab Worth AS In PB 2
vision of Blocks 87. 88 .. . Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____....._........
property and miscellaneous 95. & 96 of Town of . Lot 13, Block 259. Town of

Items and approximately 20 percent Delrar ____.________________________ '. t Lake Worth iii tn PB 2
N g tt of Lola 13 do 14, '. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. un_______..._..
will be paid in taxes. Central Part Addition Lot I, Block 261. Toga of

By way ot illustration it was No I u In PB i P 8 ....?-.-.-- 34' 43 43 Lake Worth as In PB 2 .
850 ft of W172ftofS Pages 29 to 40 inc. un___._........ . ..
pointed out that today, one dollar 135 ft of BlOCk 3. Town Lot 5. Block 261, Town of

is loaned for every six dollars de- of Dtlray ...._....__.___.___.._. Late Worth u In PB I
Lot 1. Block 181, To..uof Pages 29 to 40 Inc __._...._._.__
posited. Theoretically, a closer re.lationship Lake Worth as in PB Lot 2. Block 263, Tow of

between loans and deposits 2 Pages 29 to 40 inc. _____..__.__ Late Worth L" In PB 2

is Lot 4, Block 205, Town Pages 29 to 40 tne. __.__....._...._
usually found in an expanding of Lake Worth u In PB Lot 3, Block 263. Town of .

economy. AJJ shortages ot 2 Pages 2i to 40 tnc. .............._ Lake Worth u In PB 2 "

material and labor Lot 8, Block 205, Town Pages 29 to 40 inc ___............__
are overcome, of Lake rthasin PB 1
Lot 9, Block 263, Ton of
this more favorable relationship 2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ._..___...._ Late Worth as In PB 2

should appear in the state Lot 13. Block 231. Town Pages 29 to 40 tnc. _u___.........._
of Lake Worth as In PB Lot 8. Block 264. Town of

The review might have added 2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ____........?_ Late Worth as In PB 2
Pages 29 to 40 tne. ___... _.._..
that, in addition to all this war.inspired Lot 21. Block 32, Town orDeIray n ? r
___________.____......_._...__ Lot 1. Block 266, Town of
prosperity, the state currently Lou 1 to 3 Inc.. Block Lake Worth as In PB 2 .

is enjoying the greatest industrial 41, Town of Delray ______......._.. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ___u____....___ a
Lots 4 to 6 inc.. Block Lot 4, Block 266. Town of

and agricultural expanBlon 41, Town of Delray _____.....__.__ Lake Worth as In PB 2
in its history. Northwestward Lot 8, Block 41, Town ot Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ___...._........

Delray __________________..___._.... Lot 11, Block 273. Town of
from Miami, up toward Lake Lot 11. Block 41. Town of Like Worth as tn PB Z

Okeechobee, vast tracts of virgin Delra, ___________.__u__.______...:._ Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _un_______....
Lot 12. Block 41. Town ofDelray I Lot 14. Block 273. Town of

Everglades prairie are rapidly be- ____________un___............. Late Worth as tn PB 2Pagt's
tag converted Into Florida's most Lot 15. Block 41. Town of 29 to 40 Inc. ----------.-
Delra, ______nu__ ....._...._ Lot 10, Block 217. Town ot
productive farmland. Here, in this Lot 15. Block 41. Town of Lake Worth as tn PB 2

fertile soil is being grown too, new Delray n_'un.._.n_.____.._._.._. Pages 29 to 40 tne. u_________...__
Lot 17, Block 41. Town or Lot 12. Block m. Town of t
produce heretofore foreign to for- Defray ____________n_______._..__.... .. Late Worth as In PB 2
Ida war.lqtroduced Ramie and Pages!; 29 to 40 Inc. n_____...........
Lot 20, Block 41. Town of Lot 15. Block 271. Town or
lemon grass for instance, which DeIray ______unU__.________......... Lake Worth as In PB 2

are responsible already for large Lot 2.5. Block 41. Town of Pages!; 29 to 40 Inc. ----..----.-
Delray ___________u_____............ Lot 13. Block 289. Town of
new Industries Elsewhere in the Lake Worth as In PB 2
Lot 26, Block 41. Town of
state commercially feasible oil deposits Delray _________uu_.__._.__....._ Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ._u_____.._.
Lot 4. Block 299. Town of
are periodically being discovered Lot 27 Block 41. Town of Late Worth u tn PB 2

which give every promise Delrar ..___________---_......_.... Pages 29 to 40 tnc. ------..--....-
N 1.3 of Lot 4. Block .
43.To'l'D Lot 7. Block 316, Town of
of substantially Increasing our of Delray ____........._.___ Lake Worth as In PB 2

wealth. Lot 20, Block 47, Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ___...._..__
Delray __._?____________-_._.._.._ u
Too, FJorida'J important tourist Lot 21, Block 41, Town of Lot 5, Block 318. Town of

business is giving every evidence DeIray .._____________._.__._..._ Late Worth III In PB 2
Lou 22 & 23 Block 41 Pages 29 to 40 Inc ----...........

of expanding to proportions Town of Dtlray _._......_......._. Lot e, Block 40 North
never even remotely approached Lot 24. Block 47. Town of Lake Worth IJ In PB SPgs.

......_._....._...._._. 4a do 49 __uuuu____._.._._ IS 44 U
before. Lotet
Town ofDeIray Lots 1 to 10 Inc.. bome'l

AU in aU, Florida now b definitely ___________?............_.. COlarf'(! Addition to
Lot I, Block 51, Town of Lake WOrtb bring 81i
riding the crest of
a wave
DrIra, _.__._____...___._......._ OP Nli OF SW'. orNW
of unprecedented prosperity" Lot 3, Block 51, Town of ?. 8r Nli Of 8\2 Of
._ sw!. Of NW!. ________......_...... 3. 44 43All
As the review concludes, .1t re- Delrar __.._____
Dots 4 & 5,Block 51.Town Blocks 40 to 58 IDe.

mains to the economic: sagacity of Delrar ___...____ _....__.._ 4 Unit No. 1 Ortynol
of its citizens to determine how Lot e, Block 51, Town-of Highlands Lantana Flor.
Delay Ida u in PB 13 PIs

permanent this situation will be" Lots 12 to Delay------14 Ine.. Block 23,24&27 .__u_______....._..._. 1-4 4S U

. T5. Town of Delrar ____.....___ Lot 11. Block 9. Del Ida .
Lot 21, Block 19, Town of Part. DrIray. Florida u
Bolivia' of tin in PB i S2 ... ..... ._......_.. 9
output annually DtoIray ._.._..______n____.....__ P -- 48 U
Is over 50,000 metric tons, about Lots 22 8r 23. Block 79. Lot 12. Block 125. Town of

Town of D lay _________..___.... Lake Worth u tn PB 2 .
one-fourth of the world's annual All E of Ry. Block 71. Pages 29 to 40 Inc. _n....._..._ .

production. Town of Dtolray __u.n....?..___ Lot 14 Block 125, Town or .
All E of Ry Block 89. Late Worth III In PB 2

ro'D_ _-_--. -..._.. PalM 29 to 40 Inc. ___.......__
& LOt Lot 11 Block 121. Town of
- - I. BlOCk 119. Town of ,

Deiray ___ __-___u____...........0.__ Late Worth u In PB 2
Lot 2. Block 89. Town of Parts 29 to 40 inc ...____

DelraJ _____nn._._._.__.... Loc 12, Block 140. Town of
WALLY'SUPHOLSTERY Lot 8, Block 89. Town of Lake Worth u In PB 2

DeIraY'_ __ ____nuu___.._.__.... Pans 2i to 40 Inc. ____..___?__ "
Lot 8. Block 89. Town o1Detray Lot 8. Block 143. Ton of

____ __. __________...____ Late Worth u tn PB 2
Lot 18. Block 89. Town of Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ......__
SHOP Deiray ----------------------.4.. Lot a. Block 143. Town of
Late Worth u tn P8 2
Lot 17. Block 89. Town of
Pages 29 to 40 Ine. _....__'
Dtlray Lot 30. Block 192. Ton ofLake
CANAL POINT, FLA. Lot 4. Block T. Rio Del Worth u In PO 2 '

Rtf u In PB 12 P U nn____ 21 4S 43 Pages 2i to 40 inc. _u_..___
Lots S b 5. Block T. Rio Lot 11 Block 19'7. Town of
lIt IAnCUS IS NO W Del Rty aj tn PB 12 P lake Worth u In PB 2

U --- __... ___nh......_ 2t 46 U Pages 29 to 40 tne. ___...___
ASSOCIATE!) ""ITII us Lot 1. Block 1. RIO Del .
Ref u tn PO 12 P 84 u_..___ 2t 46 U TRC51'm Of THE INTERNAL TM.PROt'EIILJT
Lots 12 .t 11 Block 1. Rio FOND 0. THE 8TA71

Auto Seats A Del Rty u in PB 12 P Of FLORIDA
SpecialtyCoupes U - _.mn._______ ::21 45 43 BY J ALEX ARNETTE Aleet
Lota 4 to 1 inc Block a. Publish: March 29th. IM .

$15 Up Rio Del Rey u in PB 12

Pal ...... 11 NOTICE
----- ------ 45 U
Its 11 to 11 Block PAUl BEACH COUNTY. PLORID.\
Sedans $27.50 Up 8. RIO Del Rty u In PB NOTICE IS IfEREBY OWN that P'lrluatt to Section 9 or Chapter lW1S,

12P84 ___._____n___.__ -.._?_ 21 4S 41 Lan or t'1or1da. Aets of 1m. known u the IlURBHY ACT. and 1D punuant.of
Let U. Block a. RiO Del Chapter 2iesa. Lan or Florida Acta at UU, known u the 1VDOt.AD

II'OMAN'S CLUB Rty u to PO 12 P U ---____ 2t 4C U DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT the foUoIW desenbed land Ittuat.t4 In Erse
Let 16 Block a. RiO Del glades ramAl' DutJ1tt. In hIm Beach Count,. F1on.U. wtU be offered for
OLI> BUILDING sale at public outcry for the h1bftt and bNt cash bid subject to the I1&bor
in PB 12 U ....
RtJ u P __ :2t: 44 u the Trustees or the Internal lmprosement Fund and ot the Board ot eomm1a.a .
Lots n a !s. Block a. RIo tn of Etergladea Drainage Dtatlkt to reject any and all btda, at the Court.CONTLYCED -
. Del RtJ U ID P8 12 P 1\.._....... .. ::2f 4' U Oc FOLLOWING PAOZ

AprilS, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Eleven

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house, beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. ?f. on the 10th day of May, 1946. Aft to aU DESCRIPTION See. TTp. Rge. Acres Americans Want
lands outside the corporate limits ot any municipal1ty, as ot this date, title to Tracts M k 65. Block 49.
one halt ot all petroleum and three fourths ot other mineral 'A'1l1 be reserved by Palm Beach Farms
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; if lands are wIthIn said corporate Company Plat No. 3 ___u________ 10 Low Price Homes
limIts as ot this date the reservation applies, but privilege to explore, mine and Tract 66. Block 49. Palm
develop wtU be conducted on and under lands only with the consent of the Bach Farms Company

surface o'l'ner. Plat No. 3 _________u___________ 5 rw YORK One-third of
Easement for road right ot way 200 feet wide will be reserved by said Trustees Tract 61. Block 49. Palm America wants a new place to
from any parcel through which there 18 an existing State road; and easement Beach Farms Company
for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes sill be reserved by the Plat No. 3 ________________________ 5 1 live, Fortune magazine's new sur-
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Di5trict. Fifty percent m) Tract W. Block 49. Palm 1 vey of public houses for most of
of all oU, gas and mineral rights Will be reserved by the Board or Commissioners Beach Farms Company

of Everglades Drainage District.DESCRIPTION Plat No. 3 ________________________ S j hem will have to sell at less than

:$6,000 and rent at under $50
Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres Tract 95. Block 49, Palm
Beach Farms Company I monthly The publication predicted -
Lots 23. 25. 21 dt 29. Block Plat No. J __u______________-___ 5
9. Lake Worth Heights Tract 96. Block 49 Palm I the housing emergency will
as in PB'l P 25 --________ Farms next
Beach Company I reach its most intense stage
Lots 26 to 30 inc_ Block Plat No. 3 _____u__________________. 5
J. LakevIe'i' Ridge as in Tracts 91 to 99 inc.. Block i autumn and remain s e r t 0 U S

PB'I Pgs 35 k 40 ________________ 4 H 43 49. Palm Beach Farms throughout the spring of 19t7. It
Lot 1. Block 1, Bunker Hill Company Plat No. 3 ___________ 15
Addition No. 2 as In PB Tract 2. Florida fruIt : I estimated 3,000,000 new houses

10P72 ___._u_________________.___ 4.. 44 43 Lands Company Subdlv ________ 13 4. 4a must be built before the crisis
Lot 14. Block 3. Replat of Tract 4. Florida FruIt .
Mercer Park as in PB12P33 Lands Company Subd1v __________ 13 4. 43 nds.
__u___________________ 23 43 43 Tract 7. Florida fruIt
Fortune its entire
Lot 2, Block 6. Replat of I Lands Company Subdiv _______ 13 41 43 devoting
Mercer Park as in PB I Tract 8. Florida FruIt April issue to housing, also re-
__ ___ __ ___________ 28 43 43
12P33 u Lands Company Subdlv __________ 13 41 43 ported shortages of as much as
Lots 3. 5 & 'I, Block 6. Re- Tract 10. F1orlCa FruIt

plat of Mercer Park as Lands Company Subdiv ____..____ U 4. 4. 75 percent in 12 construction ma-
In PB 12 P 33 ___________________ 28 43 43 Tract 15. Florida fruIt terials.
Lots 10 to 13 Inc.. Block Lands Company Subdiv ________ 13 41 40
6. Replat ot Mercer Among findings in the consum.r .
Park as in PB 12 P 33 ____________ 23 U 43 Tract 18. Florida FruIt __
Lands Company Subdiv ____________. U U 40 survey were these: Nine out of
Lot 10. Block 2. Replatof Tract 6. Block 81. Palm 10 Americans are aware of housIng -
Mercer Park as in PB ."
Beach Farms Company a _.
12P33.-----____________ 23 U 43 Plat NO.3 _________________________ . S shortages in their own com.munities .
Lot 14. Block 6Replat Tract 1, Block 81, Palm : on -fifth are doubling up
of Mercer Park as In PB
Beach Farms Company
12P3323 43 43 Plat No. 3 S with other families; 46.7 percent,
Lot 18. Block 5. Rtplat Tract I, Block 58. Palm think the government will have
of Mercer Park as in PB Beach Farms Company rt. _
12 P 33 _____________________ 2a 43 43 Plat No. 3 _________________________ .. ,. S to take a lot more action before .
Lot 19. Block 5. Replatof Tract 2, Block 58, Palm '. !t. the housing problem is solyDd. -
I 'r
Mercer Park as In PB Beach Farms Company ;

12 P 33 _____________________ 2a 41 43 Pat No. 3 ______________________ . S
Lot 4. Block H. Lake Tract 3' Block 58 Palm a . :1 Of the one-third desirous of new
Worth Heights u m Company '1 '- : I' y" i
Beach Farms
PB 'I P 25 _____r_________ 16 44 43 Plat No. 3 _____________________.___ . 5 tames about half want to buy or
Lot 5. Block H, Lake Tract 4. Block 58. Palm !,- build and most of the others want
Worth Heights as in s f'4,
Beach Farms Company .
PB 'I P 25 _________________ 15 U 43 Plat No. 3 ____.________-__________ 5 to rent. Among those wanting to
Lots 1 k 10. Block C.lUc1gelanc1 Tract 5. Block 58. Palm -. buy or build (5.6 per cent named
Park u In PB Beach Farms Company I
8 P 53 __________________ 4 4' 43 Plat No. 3 r_1 5 prices under $6,000 as the maximum .

-musm OP THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT Tract II, Block-58. Palm I I I-7_.. they would be aiding to pay

FUND or THlSTATE OP FLORIDA Beach Pat No.Farms 3 _____Company___________________ .. ,. ; s Among potential renters, 76.4 per.
BOARD OP COmlISSIONBRS OP Tract 1. Block 58. Palm : cent want to pay lees than $50

J. ALEX ARNm'. Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and Plat No. 3 ________________________ 5 monthly,
for Board of Comm1Mionera at Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach COUnty, Tract 8, Block 58. Palm Building materials shortages

Florida. Beach Farms Company . ,, attributed not simply to re.
Publ1h March 29th. 1946. April 5th and 12th, 194. Plat No. 3 ________________________ ...'s ". 5 were
H '
Tract 25. Block 58. Palm :. :. : . conversion difficulties or strikes

BeACh Farms Company but to dislocations that began at
NOTICE'or INTENTION TO SELL LAND Plat No. 3 ____ h_..__._.________.__ .' .: . 5
Tract 25. Block 38. Palm I. i the outset of the war. The 12 material .

NOTICI m HEREBY: OWl X that pursuant to Section IS (1)). Chapter 20651. Beach Farms Company .. and estimated 19.8 -
Lan of FltX1c1a. Acts of 1941. and Section S'l. Chapter 14117, Laws of F1or1d& Plat No. 3 _________ __________ 5 supplies
Acts of 1931 u amended by Section 11. Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida. Acts of Tract 2'1, Block 58. Palm : ; ; compared with demand, are:

1941, the following described land in Palm Beach County, Florida. to wIt: Beach Farms Company . housing lumber lam than half;
Plat No. 3 ___________________.__ t 5 ,
DECRIPTtON Sec Twp. Rge Acres Tract 28. Block 58. Palm t- ' plywood, 60 percent; bricks, struc

Lots 1 & 2. Block 8. Veda- Beach Farms Company ..., : ':: I rural clay tile and clay sewer pipe,
do ad in PB 11 P 21 _________ Plat No. 3 __________________ 5
each two thtdrs; concrete blocks,
Lola 14 k 15. HUlaboro Tract 29. Block 58 Palm .. . .
Part a Subdt in Town Beech Farms Company gypsum board and lathe, cast.lron

Belle Olade u m PB 18 Plat No. 3 _________-________________ r . 5 I. soil each one-half cast-iron
P 11 _--_____________.________.__ 32: 43 31 Tract 30. Block 58. Palm I pipe, :
Lot J4. West Trail Park Beach Farms Company e I radiators, one-quarter: wann-alr

being a Subdl' of Tract Plat No. 3 __________________.__41-. 5 80 percent bathtubs one.
50 as In PB 11 P 31 __________ 3S 41 42 .11 .Tract 31. Block 58. Palm heating, ;
Lot 17, West Tra11 Part Beach Farms Company third; and asphalt rooting, in

being a 8ubdl' of Trace Plat No. 3 ____.________________...? . 'I ' 5 which capacity production
50 as In PB 11 P 31 _____.____.__.... 3S n 4Q .18 Tract 32. Block 58. Palm even
Lot 13. West Trail Park Beach Farms Company would be under 19t6 demand.

being a 6ubcU of Tract Plat No. 3 __________________._._ . 5
50 as In fB 11 P 31 ____________ 35 43 42 ,18ES Tract 33. Block 58. Palm .
OP 8E!. OP NE!. OP Beach Farms COmpany

SW!. ___________________________ 36 43 41 5 Plat No. 3 _____________________ 5 LEGAL NOTICENOTICE
Tract 8. Block O. Palm Tract 34, Block 58. Palm '

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company .
Plat No 3 _______________ 30 Plat No. 3 u_____________________ 5
Tract 18. BlockS, Palm Tract 35. Block 58. Palm
Beach Farms company Beach Farms Company Public notice Is hereby linn that

Plat No. 3 __________________ 5 Plat No. 3 n_____________________.._. 5 the undersIgned intends to register
.. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Tract '17. Block 45. Palm Tract 36. Block 58. Palm or . .,. Palm Beach County, Florida pursuant

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company ::. 'i':.!J l' to Section 86509. Florida Statutes 1941.I .
Plat No. 3 ..._______________ 5 Plat No. 3 ___--__.___--__________.. 5 the fictitious name. to wit: fdaqUN
Lola 509 k 510. Block 13. Tract 37. Block 58. Palm I Import Co. under which we are en-
College Park u In PB 3 Beach Farms Company gaited In business at 518 Comeau Build.Ing .

P36 ______________________ IS 41 43 Plat No. 3 ______nu_...___________._ 5 I West Palm Bt'ach. Fla.
Lot 2. Block 15. H1ll Crest Tracts 38 dt 39. Block 58. I WIlma HIckman YC'Cuskee.

as In PB 12 P 9 __________________ 33 43 4.1 Palm Beach Farms COm- I Pub: .far. 25. Apr. 5. 12, 19. 1916IN .
Lot 14. Block 15. IIlU Crest pany Plat No. 3 ___m_________ 10
as In PB 12 P 9 _______________ 33 43 4.1 Tract 40. Block 58. Palm .
Lot 3, Block 17, Hill Crest Beach Farms Company TilE COUNTY U'DGE'S COURT IS

as In PB 12 P 9 __________________ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 _hU______________.. 9 5 AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY
Lots 12 to 14 Inc. Block Tract 51. Block 58. Palm FLORIDA
17, H111 Crest as In PB Beach Farms Company t IN Rt ESTATE OP :

12 P 9 ___________________ 33 143 43 Plat N0. 3 u______ _. 5 W. 1. BRANDON: DECEASED ;
Lot 15. Block 22. Hill Crest Tract 58. Block 58. Palm I NOTICE or INTENTION 1'0 Mutl

as in PB 12 P 9 _______________ 33 43 43 Beach Farms Company APPLICATION FOR FINAL
Undo y of Lots 9SO Jt 851, Plat No. 3 __________ _________ 5 DISCHARGE
Block 21. College Park Tracts !Ii k 60. Block 58., I ,I'. ... TO ALL WHOM IT WAY CONCERN:..
MdlUon No. 2 as In PIS .. Palm BeACh Firma -" Notice Ia hereby 11na that J haM
12 P 20 _____________________ 0 Company Plat-No. 2 ____.._.. -_ 10 meet IDJ final report u.Mm1DtatrallDr: :

Tract 1. Block 10. Palm Tract62. Block58. Palm W _. I 'i Qt the .tate of ,Wi L. BraDdDD. 9zv.
Beach. Fume Company Beach Farms Company :25814 and that J will applJ" t.o w

Plat No 3 _________..____.__.. 10 Plat No. 3 ___________________ -..., ,. . I Hon. RichArd p Robbtna Florida County
Palm Beach .
1 of Count.
Tract 2. Block 1.. Palm Tract 53. Block 58. Palm Judge.
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company I on the 29th day of April 1M< for approval .

Plat Na 3 ._______._____ 10 Plat No 3 ______________________ 5 of the same and for final dlacham -
i Administrator of the Estate
Tract 3. Block 11. Palm Tract 64. Block 58. Palm u
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company Of W. 1. Brandon. decf'Ufd.
___.. DATED this :nth day of larch, A.
Plat No. 3 _____.____ II Plat act.No. 3 ' 5
Tract 11, Block 1.. Palm Tr D.lHa. .
W. 8. BRANDQf. M Mminlstrator
Beach Farms Company
Beach Farms Company .. ..
Plat No. 3 _____________ 10 Plat No. 3 -___________________.. 5 or the r.Ute of W.
Block 5L Palm L BnncSoD, deceased.L4 .
Tract 12. Block 1.. Palm Tract 55. .
Beach Farce Company Beach Farms Company
______________________ -
Plat Na 3 ______________. 10 Plat No. 3 -_ 5 mE ClaCCIT COURT or THE
Tract 13. Block 19. Palm Tract 67 Block 58. Palm I ,
Beach Farina Beach Farms Company

Plat No. 3 ____Company___________ 10Tra.ct. Plat No. 3 .. ------------------- I AND POE PALM BEACH COUNTY,
14. Block I', Palm Tracts M do 69. Block 58. FLORIDA
Palm Beach Farms la Chancery Na IUS
Belch Firma Company ..
Plat. No. 3 ____ ____ 10 Company Plat No. 3 --........-_.. 10 LOts B. HALL
Tracta 70 k 71. Block 58. PlaIn tut.IrlNNml .
Tract U. Block 1.. Palm
P a I m Beach Farms n
Beach Farms Company COmpany Plat No. 3 ___ ___.. 10 W. HALL
Plat N0. 3 __,-__________._____ 1. Tract 72. Block 58, Palm u Detrndant.
Tract 15. Block 11. Palm
Beach Farms Company NOTICE TO APPEAl
Beach Forma Company Plat No. 3 . . _.._ 5 It is hereby ordered that rou.
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Plat No. 3 ___ ____________ 10 Tract 95. Block 58. Pant Kenneth W liall. whose residence upartlcu1arl'
Tract 2S. Block 1. Palm Beach Farms Company IS 11 known to the PlaIn.un .

Beach Farms Company Plat No.3.. __.._.__u_____ S 11 2359 I. 21th Street, 8heepshead
___ __.__.._ _
Plat No. 3 ___ 10 Tract 96. Block 58. Pam Bay Brooklyn New York, you being
Tract 25. Block 1. Palm
Beach rums Company th. Defendant In this cause are
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _. ____n._ __nu__. 5 required to appear in person or by at.
Plat No. 3 h' .--____________ 10 Tract 97. Bloci 58. Palm tome, onhe lSth day of April
Block 1. Palm
Tract 21. Beach Farms Company A. D. It48 to tM Bill of ComplaInt tried

Beach Farms Company Plat So. 3 __ ___ ___wu_____ 5 aralnst you In this cause In the etr.tult .
Plat Na 3 .-________ 10Tract. Tract 98 Block 5s. Palm Court of the FUu-.ntb JudIcial
28. Block 1. Palm
Beach Farms Company Clrtult In and for Palm Beach Count
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 . S l'1ortda, wl1trtln Lois B. Hell 11
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NO.3.. _. ____
Plat --- --- 10
Tract 99. Block 58. the; Plaintiff and the relief IOUM btInr -
29. Block 19. Palm
Tract Beach Farms Company a decree of divorce, otherwise the
Beach Farms Company Plat No 3 ._...___muu_____ S .nf'lationJ of said Bill of ComplaInt
Plat No. 3 .. _..__ 10
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Tract 100 Block 53. Palm "ill bt taken u confessed by JOU. It
Tract 30. Block 49. Palm Beach Farms Company 11 hereby further ordered that this

Beach Farina Company PlAt No 3 . .. _H -- --______ 5 notice be published In the Everglades
Pat Nil 3 _ n _un_____ 5 Tract 101. Bock 58. Palm Nen, a newspaper or general etrevla-
Tract 31. Block 49. Palm Beach Farris Company lion published In the County wherein

""arh Farms Company Plat Na 3 - __-___ 5 Ibis Court It located for four censeeuuve .
Plat So. 3 ____ _u___. 5 Tract 102. Block 58 Palm seki
Tract 33. mock 49. Palm Beech Farms Company Witness my band aM seal or the

Beach Farms Company Pat Sol: -.._u___ S rlrcult Court In and fa hmC Beset
Plat So 3 .--------__ S Tract 103. Block 58. Pam w1ty. PkIr1da. this 12th dn 6fYucb.
Tract 34. Block 49. Palm nth Farms Company A. D 1M<<. at WNt Palm Pearls

I'ach Farms Company Plat So 3 .. -----__ 5 r'1or14&.
Plat No 3 . .. . ._..u____ 5 Tract 104. P10ck sa Palm J ALEX AJU'rM'KAI
Tract :n. Block U. Palm Reach Farina Company Circuit Court Clerk

J\-ach Farms Company Plat Sa. 3 . .___.., .....m___ STY.et ((Circuit Court (aeonBy
Plat S" 3 _--___n..-_ 5 121 Bwk SS. Palm Thadaie P P ant
Tracts Q k 63. Block Reach Fares Compt.nJ AI Deputy Clerk

49. Palm Beach Farms PlatNo 3 __. wo. .------____ SCONTINCKD P A Lltrrie PalnW" Atterney
Company Flat NI 3 _m__ 10 OS rot.LOWL"fO r101 Pub: Wu u. 22.29, k Apr 5. A D IMFriday


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DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rgr Act
Dixie Is
Tract 122. Block 58. Palm Tract 48, Block 28, Palm Rolling
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company
Plat No.3 _____________ 5 Plat No. 3 ____ ____.._______ 10 In Built Up Cash
Tract 123. Block 58. Palm Tract 49. Block 28., Palm
Beach Farms COmpany Beach Farms Company

Plat No. 3 ______________ 5 Plat No. 3 ______ 10 WASHINGTON Dixie once
Tract 124. BlOCk 58. Palm Tract 50 Block 28,Palm
Beach Farms was happy if she had dimes to
Beach Farms Company Company
Plat No. 3 _______________.___ S Plat No. 3 ______________.._____ 10 jingle, but today she's literally rolling .
Tract 125. Block 58 Palm Tract 51, Block 28, Palm in money $22,719.850,000
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company
Plat No. 3 _____________ 5 Plat No. 3 ..__..________ 10 worth of it. That is the total of

Tract 1215. Block 58. Palm Tract 52, Block 28, Palm bank deposits in 13 southern states,

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company and $1CC6S1SC03 cf it is ct tI
Plat No. 3 __...__...______ S Plat No. 3 ________.______ 10 c
Tract 127. Block 58 Palm Tract 53. Block 28. Palm to individuals, partnership, corp.
Beach Farms Company Beach Firma Company orations and governmental subdi-
Plat Na3 ___._______......___ S Plat No. 3 __._________..___ 10
Tract 128. Block 58. Palm Tract S4. Block 28. Palm visions.

Peach Parma Company Beach Farms Company The 1941 except for begin.
Plat No .3 ___---- 5 Plat No. 3 _._......_......______ 10 year ,
Lot 6, Woodland-Helghta Tract 55, Block 28, Palm fling of the war, looked like mighty

as In PB 11 P 3S _..______ 4 4t 43 Beach Farms COmpany good to some people But
Block 15. VedadOas Plat No. 3 ----..-....?....-.-.- 10 year
Lot 5.
In PB 11 P21 ------ Tract 56. Block 28. Palm bank deposits a mere five years

Lots S38 8c 539. Block 13. Beach Farms Company ago were chicken feed, compared
Plat Na :3 .
In PB 3 ---- ----- 10
P36 College...Park_..__.as._._________ 15 44 .. Tract 58 Block 26, Palm with those of today Then, figul"
Lots 21 & 22, Block 12, Beach Farms Company ing in local and everything else,
Plat No. 3 .... .
H11lcrrst u In PB 12 P 9__._ --- ----- ------ 10
Lots 20 & 21. BAlley' 8ub Tract 59. Block 28. Palm deposits totaled $8,646,881,000. If

division of Tract 5 u In Beach Farms Company that looks bad by comparison, re-
PB Ie P 25 __......_.._____ 20 42 3'1 .15 Plat No 3 ------------..---.. 10
member 1933, when the same 13
Tract 60. Block 28. Palm
12 Block 5, Bepla'
Lot ,
Beach Farms Company states had only $2,763,734,000 on
of Mercer Park u In PB
12P33 .._...._______ 28 43 43 Plat No. 3 --..-_______........__._ 10 deposit and bank assets were i
W1i of Tract 61. Block
Tract 11. Block 25, Palm
worth $4,029,562,000. The
28, Palm Beach Farms
Beach Farms Company
Plat No.3 COmpany Plat No. 3 ---...........- S year 1933 was the "bank holiday."
E!= of Tract 61. Block 28,
15 2S me.. Block
Lots to
8. West Gate Estate Palm Beach Farms Cam- Farm prices are up now and defense ..
Plat No. :3 __.. _
CNorthem Section) u In pany ------------ ? 5 industries have poured mil-

PB a P 38 _________ 30 43 43 Tract Beach 62,Farms Block COmpany 28, Palm liens into southern coffers, but a
UND !2 of Lot 24. Block
I, Replat of Mercer Parkas Plat No. 3 n__._____________..-' ._ 10 lot of those war-built industries
m PB 12 P 33 ________ 28 43 43 Tract 63. Block 28. Palm i
are continuing operations on civilIan -
Beach Farms
UND !2 of Lot 24. Block I, COmpany
Replat of Mercer Part Plat No. 3 ----.--____________.._.._ 10 production and the agricultural

as in PB 12 P 33 ._.._......____ 28 t3 43 Tract Beach 64,Farms Block Company 28. Palm outlook in anything but dim. Fiscal -
Tract 3. Block 28, Palm
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __________u________.__ 10 experts forsee no appreciable
' Plat No. 3 ___.________ I Tract I, Block 21. Palm
Tract 5. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company slump this year, and possibly nona

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ---.----__._......._...__ 10 in 19n.

Plat No. 3 _________________ 10 Tract 2. Block 21. Palm They point out that despite the
Tract G. Block 28 Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __un____________._..._ 10 fact that the European war ended
Plat No. 3 ____....______ 10 Tract 3. Block 27, Palm In the spring and the Patifie conflict .

Tract 1, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company in the autumn
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _..____..___.._____.__ 10 I deposits on
Plat No. 3 __ ____ _______.___ 10 Tract 9, Block 21. Palm last Dec. 31 were appl'oximately
Tract a. Block 28.. Palm Beach Farms Company $4,000,000,000 more than on the
Jk.ach Farms Company Plat No. 3 uuunnn___._ 10
Plat No. :3 _________________....__ 10 Tract 10. Block 27, Palm .' same 19H date,
Tract 9. Block 28. Palm : Beach Farms Company State city and county .
Plat No. 3 ____ _.__ : 10 governments
Beach Farms Company ------------ ?
Plat No. 3 ________________.......__ 10 Tract 12, Block 27, Palm which had a total of $1,196
Tract 10, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company ;
661.000 at the end of
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___. ____nun_______..... I 10 on deposit
Plat No. 3 ________________......._- 10 Tract 13, Block 27, Palm 1945, are expected to dig deeply
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company into their bank accounts to finance
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 unnu_._._....__ 10
PlatNO.3- __ __n- 10 Tract 14. Block 21, Palm long-delayed construction and repair -
Tract 12. Block !!, palmBeach Beach Farms Company and
Farms Company Plat No. 3 __________un_._........._. 10 many corporations likely

Plat No. 3 _._..___ -_______._.._.._ 10 Tract 15. Block 27, Palm i r ..' will do the same. Individual deposits -
Tract 13, Block 28. Palm i t' Beach Farms Company reflected primarily from

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __ _______ __ .
_.._ --- ---- 10
Plat No. 3 __..__-_______ 10 Tract 16. Block 27. Palm earning power, might even jump,

Tract U. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company !. 'ages generally have moved forward .

Brach Farms Company Plat No. 3 .unn.- in the South as elsewhere.
Plat No. :3 ___....: 10 Tract 17. Block 27, Palm ,
Tract 1S. Block 28,Palm Beach Farms Company Gov. Ems Arnall, of Georgia, recently -

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ..-hunn__ urged the South now that
Plat No. 3 ___..__________.__._..- 10 Tract 18. Block 21. Palm .- .
Tract 15. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company 1 it's in a position to do so, to 'fi.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____..______h__.__. 10 nance itself'. instead of continuing
Plat No. 3 _._..---.-----.---- 10 Tract 19. Block 27. Palm
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company to look to Wall Street

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _un.uuu_________ 10 Six of the 13 states, which the
Plat No. 3 ____________.___._.___. 10 Tract 20. Block 21. Palm
Tract 18. Block 28. Palm Beach Farm Company treasury department II 9 t S as

Rtach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ________u__________ 10 "southern," have more t h a n
Plat No. 3 .-----..---.---....-..-- 10 Tract 23. Block 21, Palm
Tract 19, Block 28. PalmBeech Beach Farms Company $1,000,000,000 on deposit, and

Farms Company Plat No. 3 uun_____________ 10 Texas, out where cotton and oil
Plat No. :3 -____________._...._ 10 -
Tract 20. Block 28. Palm Tract 24. mock 27, Palm ,' E mix, has $4,934,773,000. Others in
Beach Farms Company

Plat Beach No.Farms 3 Company -....---- 10 Plat No. 3 -u.u__...__._ 10 the billion-dollar class are Virginia -
Tract 25. Block 27, Palm I Georgia, Florida, Tennessee,
Tract 21, Block 28, Palm Beech Farms Company
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 .-u.uun_____ 10 aid Louisiana
Plat No. 3: -----------.-....---- Ie Tract 26. Block 27. Palm -- .. _-
Tract 22. Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _mm- 10 1946 marks the 25th "Silver"Anniversary

Plat Na3: -------------------- 10 Tract 27, Block 21. PalmBeach of Easter Seal sales
Tract 23. Block 28. Palm Farms Company
Reach Farms Company .' Plat No. 3 _____uu- 10 for the aid of crippled children

Plat No. 3 ____.______n__.__ 10 Tract 28. Block 27, Palm and adults.-Buy Easter Seals this
Tract 24. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 --___--__________._ 10 year and help some unfortunate
Plat No.I: .- .----------I---- 10 Tract 29. Eloct 27, Palm youngster to health and happiness.
Tract 25. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Firma Company Plat No. 3 __._..___
--------------- 10
Plat No. :3 ---..----.------- 10 Tract 30. Block 27, Palm NOTICE TO A1J OMOBILE
Tract 21, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company DEALERS
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 uum________ 10 The City of Pahokrf 8111 receive'
Plat No. :3 ------ -------..---.-- 10 Tract 31. Block 21, Palm sealed bide up until a p. m.. April 21
Tract 28. Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company 19048. at the office of the City Clerk

Beach Farms COmpany Plat Nn 3 ____.__.___._ In the City of Paboke. Florida on
Mat No.3 4___.__..__..__..___ 18 Tract 32, Block-80 21. Palm 10 One 1m 2-door sedan romplett.
Tract 29. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company The City bu one 1J41! Tudor Ford

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 --h..,.n__......._ .. 10 to be traded In on this new car Bidder -
Plat No.I: .-.----_ -n.. ..- 10 Tract 33. Block 27. Palm ? may enter bid and consider the
Tract 30-Block 28. Palm f Bt'ach Farms Company trade-In.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 .____ _m___________ 10 The CIty reserves the right to reject
Plat No. 3 .. and all blell.
------- ---- 10 Tract 38, Block 27. Palm on
Tract 31, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company CITY OP PAHOKa,

Reach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _ ______ PAHOKFZ noRmA.
Plat No. -3 . 10 By W. P. Walker CIty
--- ---------- 10 Tract 39. Block 21. Palm
Tract .33. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Clerk
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 Pub. Mar. 29. April 5, 12, 19 1946.IN .
Plat N0.3: - -- --- 10 Tract 40. Block huu-21. Palm
Tract 33. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company TilE flRCl'IT COURT OF TIlE

Reach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ______ ___u____?_ 10 nnr.rSTIl JCDIfItL flRCCIT, IN.4ND
Plat No. 2 . FOR PALM 8urn COVSTV
---- ------ 10 Tract 41. Block 21. Palm ,
Tract 3", Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company nORIO.t.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____ ________ In Chancery So. lIn
Plat Nn 2 ...__._._.______ 10 uu 10 PATRICK F. WOODS
Tact :U. Block 28. Palm Tract 42. Block 27. Palm Plaintiff
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company vi

Plat No. 3 HU_ U _nn___ 10 Plat No. 3: ___H__ --------.._ 10 ALICE C. WOODS
Tract 34. Block 28. Palm Tract 43. Block 21, Palm Defendant
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company NOnCE TO 'uI'E.\R
Pat! No 3 It Is hereby ordered that you.
Plat NO.3.. __ - ------- 10
Tract 37. Block 28. Palm un. 10 Tract 44. Block 21. Palm Alice C. Woods wbOlle resldenee b
Beach Farms Company Beach Farm Company particularly u 11 known to the Planntltf .

Plat No. :3 H U__n____ Plat No. 3 -- --- __m________ 10 L" c-o Minnie Cunningham 4015
Tract 33. Block 25. Palm 10 Tract 45. Block 27. Palm OunUlr Avenue Brona New Tor. YOU
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company btlnl the Defendant In this cause are

Plat Na :3 H, .. .--m___-- Plat So 3: -.. -u__.__ 10 required to appear In person or by
Tract 39. Block 28. Palm 10 Tract 46. Block 27. Pan attorney on the Ut.h day of Am
Brach Farms Company fotrh Farms Company A. D. 1944 to the Bill of Complaint t1td

Plat Na 3 .- u____ Plat Nol: -. __H____.__ 10 spinet you In this cause In the CIrcuIt -
TrAct 40. Block 28. Palm 10 Tract 47. Block 21. Palm Court of the Fifteenth Judicial
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company Circuit In and for Palm Brach County
Plat N 3 Pat! No 3 .. . m_._ 10 Florida wherein Patrick P Wooda Sa
----- ------- 10 I
Tract 41. Block 28. Palm Ttart 54. Block 21. Palm the Plalnutf and the relief sought being .
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company a decree of dlYOf'ce, othtrw1Ae the

Plat No. :3 --.-.---.------ 10 PIat No 3 - ________._ 10 allegation of said Bm of Complaint
Tract U. Block 28. Palm Tract 55. Block 21. Palm .111 be taken u coalesced by JOU. It
Peach Farm Company peach Farms COmpany 11 hereby fufthlor ordered that thSa

Plat No. 3 _n..n____ l0Ttiet Pat No 3 ___.___________?_ 10 notice bf published for four OCIU' u.
U. Block 23. Palm Tract Sa Block 21. Palm tiff .eeka In the Erer lades News eesapaper
Brach Farms Company Bach Farm Company tf general circulation p'ablished -

Plat No. 3 ...-------...-- 10 Plat No. S _____.._____________ 10 In the County -timID this
Tract .... Block 21, Palm Court 11 located.WItreu .
Beach Fatm.I Company 11:1 bt offered for safe at ublt' outcry for ttt highest and tint rub bid sublect my hand 1M seal of theCtrcuit
Plat Na 3 .-------- 10 to the right! of the Board of Commissioners of Dvtfll&dtt Drainage n-.rkt coon\ In and<< for Pam Botch
Tract U. Bloc'k :4. Palm to reject any and a1 bid It the Courthouse bttnnmc at 1000 O'C1ock A. Mon ())tmty. J"\ort4a. tb1l Utb day of
Beach Farms Company the 10th day of )Ja,. 1946. Easement for Ma.1n&l' and reclamation and roAd March A D. IM4, at W"t Palm 2tltb.

Plat No. 3 -. 10 purpo.es 1111 be mmrd. "JtJ percent (50%) of al oil IU mineral r1htl Florida
TraCI 4Q. Block 28. Palm sell Cso tf r'fWntd J Alr.X ARNRTTEAs
Beach Farms C11'Cu1COun Clert
Plat No. S ___
----- 10 : DR.\IUOr DISTRICT
Block : 81 Ttod4le P Plant
Tract 41. S. Palm
Peach Farms Cm1pany BT: J. ALX AR.'lrrrE u s4ent for Aa Deputy Clerk

NO. 3 _..._ said Bo&n1 P. A. Cur te. Plaints Attorney
Pat ___ '
.u 10 3 b1A
March 29'.1944. April 5th and 12h,104& Pub: Wu 15. n >>. \ Apr. 5 A. D. 1m.


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