Title: Everglades News
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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 12, 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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Volume ID: VID00434
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I'" Co.1945 112,094 Population Census.Ch-'" '"\.61 THE EVERGLADES NE \)4//. /1et\\\ .aj1 I *The Mmd lne tlnguished Provinces"Prefers Truly I

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Volume 23-No. 4 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday April 12, 1946 $2.00 Per Year


Harold Holman Is Report Repairs Are Pahokee Band Wins Lions Club Held I I John Dulany Asks

Made On Club Bldg. Zone Meeting i

Chosen President 1st Division Honors meeting : Pahokee Citizens
Mrs. B. J. Barv.ick, president C\t A Lion zone was held at
the Pahokee Woman's Club, reported the Pahokee Lions Hall on Sunday -
New Veteran Group at a club meeting Tuesday In Music Festival afternoon, the zone including Make Him Lila or

night that necessary repairs on the I Pahokee, Belle Glade Okeechobe;
clubhouse have been completed West Palm Beach and Lake Worth
A constitution and by-laws for Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi'sPahokee John
Mrs. Leon Spooner, house committee clubs Dulany is making his formal -
the Veterans Progressive Organization chairman, announced plans for : High School Band sailed Bobby Johnson of West Palm announcement today as a candidate -

was adopted by members 0: a house cleaning of the clubhouse I through the State Music Festival Beach, zone chairman, led a round- for Mayor of Pahokee in the

the newly organized veterans political a date to be set for near future. i in St. Petersburg last weekend table discussion on ways to inte- May 7th election. In making his
Named on a committee to nomi- rest new members in club work
I with colors and returned
second flying
group at its meeting announcement, John, as he is familiarly -
nate new officers for the coming and encourage 100 per cent attend-
held in the city hall Monday night. home with first division honors in
I year were Mrs. Sam IcKinstn' ance at each club metting. He also I known, believes that a
With Claude Jones, temporary I Sr.. chairman, Mrs. Ora W. Powell all three of the contests entered- I stated that new club officers must: properly directed effort on the

president, presiding, the following p and Mrs. Nola Dragon. This comrn concert sight reading and march- be elected before the Lions State I I part of the community as a whole
permanent officers were elected i mittee will make its report at the : ing. Convention it held in Jacksonville will
again place Pahokee in thedominate
for one-year terms each; Harold i next meeting on April 23. i Forty-three school bands attend- on May 19. I
Holman, president; Melvyn Pugh,! Hostesses during the social hour i I ed the festival and out of the 12 It was announced that the Pah>- I I position that it formerly
vice president: Herman Kautz, sec were Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes anc'Mrs. i i Class C bands present, Pahokee kee club will send six delegates tC' held. In presenting his platform

retary and Marvin Un\\n, treas-I H. T. Williams, assisted by I and Lake Wales were the only the State convention and possibly I; he states that he will work for and
urer. These elective officers will Irs. O. D. 1'1\11n. Refreshments I ones to receive first division rat- a delegate to the Lions Interl1.1- j with the Veterans group to help
serve on a board of directors of ginger bread, whipped cream i: ings in these contests. The PahaI tional Convention in Philadelphia I them to become re-established in
gether with five additional members coffee and tea were sff\'ed. I kee band also participated in the ir. July. {I
appointed by the president. ---.. big Festival of States parade 0:1FHday. ---.. -- the community as homeowning
The preamble of the constitution and gainfully employed citizens.He .
proclaims the purpose and aims 0"i Belle Glade Plans The 43 musicians and the drum Holland Appears believes that Wt' owe a debt of
VPO as follows: 1. To make better I major and three majorettes mad gratitude to them that citizen
every -_
citizens ot veterans by encourag- the trip to the festival in a special :
Sewage Plant For At Joint IeetingOf must recognize.
ing them to take a more active Chartered TTT bus. In addition ;
part in their governmentlocalcounty to Bandmasters Lampi, they were ; Mr. Dulany stated that he will

state and na'jollal; 2. 1'0 I That Growing Town : accompanied: by Irs. W. W. Smith, Lions Rotes agressi\'t'ly work with the farmers
support for public office those candidates Irs. Charlotte Walston and Mrs to the extent that the loafers in
who are judged to be fair I I L. J. Fraser who acted as chaperones the negro quarters will either work
honest and able to do the most ; Belle Glade City commissioners j ; also by Principal and Mrs. Spessard L. Holland, candidate on the farms, leave town or go to
haw announced ccmplt'tion of a D. D. Caudill and Frank far U. S. senator, was guest speaker .
good for their community and HozelIe'l jaiJ. He believes that a firm stand
surey for the proposed at a joint luncheon meeting of
country as a whole: 3. To support sanitary.e Sr. on this problem will be worth a
.cer and e\\'af.e dpo5al: : plant I Pahokee Rotary and Lions Clu1 s
organizations and movements This i the fourth consecut great deal to the community.
judged to be a benefit to the majority for the city of Belle Glade, by Engineer year the Pahokee High School in the Woman's Club building.I Other specific things Iw will
at the people and discourage Cforge Carr. Band has won first place in stale Tuesda}". Introduced by State'work for are better streets and
that which is harmful; 4. To I Dividing his proposals into three wide festival and inspection con- Representative B. Elliott. the drainage for the r( dental area,
uphold freedom of religion and rely -! phases, Carr offered a plan for the I te ts. Pahokee citizens are very speaker gave a talk on 'Florida'f better street lighting, sanitary
on faith in Cod in guiding the; complete setup, a second program proud of the high school band aria:: Growth and Future Development," sewers to eliminate a health haz-
caring for immediate needs in which he cited various statistic
activities of VPO. and a its fine record of achievements and ard by overflowing septic tanks.
I third for the and that Florida is of th
The secretary was Instructed to disposal plant very gratcul to Mr. Lampi for showing one : .increase the capacity of the water
send copies of the constitution and basins his untiring work and able leadership fastest growing states in the plant to catch up with the growth
J Estimates of the cost of a com- Union, that its finances are in excellent .
by-laws to other communities 1:11 that has made th.t record ct the community. There Ls no
plete plant amounted to $l.729.859. condition and arc
which veterans have expressed possible prospects I doubt that the next two years will
their desire to form a veterans I Cost of the sewers alone, the.major Mr. Lampi will direct tae bald bright for continued growth .and pbe I the most importAnt in the growth -
progressive organization. I part of the program, is estimated in a concert in the high school prosperit and development of Pahokee in
at 942931.25; and for the disposal I Prior to the luncheon meeting;
It was announced that \'PO111 I auditorium on Sunday afternoon, its history.Mr. .
conduct plant, 86,927.85. Mr. Holland delivered a political I believes that his experience -
regular meetings in the May 5. This concert, the last of Dulany
city hall on the second and fourth II, The entire project covers a ter- the spring season, will be in celebration speech in Pahokee, pointing to hit I and know-how will be
Monday nights of each mor.th. I ritory consisting' of 1,037 acres, of of the sixth anniversaryof record as governor as proof of be I valuable to the community. lie is
which 363 acres lie within the fitness to serve the people of 1'1or.// and vote of
the organization of the band. soliciting the support
I prsefnt city limits, said Carr. I ---... There are 900 water connections Frank Rozelle, Lions program I that he
I together with a promise
Efforts Of Labor I in the city now, with the number j I world Record Set chairman, introduced Bandmaster will at all times work for and with
to increased by the end ot 1947 I Robert O. Lampi who was applauded the fine people ot Pahokre for a
to 1,200, according to authoritative : by all present and rongratulat- ; better and bigger Pahokee.Iayor's .
For Okta At
Recruiters $28.5U
Here e5timatfS. I ed for the high honors his PahokPf i .
Cost of 5I'wer service. based on : High School Band received at the''I ---- -

Are Being Resisted 1.000 connection.. is reported to PLANT flTSfW world State Music Festival in St. Prter. Salary In
between $3.35 and U.73
figure per record of $28.50 a huhf'18\ I burg last weekend.
month, depending: on the financing paid Tut'Mlay for the tint four ; Special guests at the luncheon
Officials hereabouts have had to I methods employed, and a bond issue i hampers of okra sell thl, season In addition to Ex-Governor Hel- Pahokee Is Raised
resist efforts of recruiters from of $Soooooill t.e required to : on the Stale Fam1l'1'1'I.' market land, were Mrs. O. R. Bleech Mrs
northern states to take workers pay for the immediate improvements !I htrp.It.. J. M. Elliott. Paul Shelly Cecil To 5150 Per Mouth
needed here, the county commission -I necessary, it was reported I E. ,Johmnn market man- Warren, Kenneth Howell and Jas. '
r _ ._ I
toll w. --- Rt'ed
was Monday."We j t alter, declared the price to be an I per . .
have had to fight a ten- "alllime world rt'C'ord:' With 3 f I ---- - The Pahokt'e city council at the

dency on the part of northern employers I Field DafComing : pounds to the bushel, the okra James Ball Named regular Tuesday night meeting! in-
to try to move labor from brought a fraction more than 89 structed City Attorney ThaddWhidden
this area before we can to d r aft a resolution -
spare I April 18 At Station i eentr" a IkUnd.
them", II. 1. Spt't'r, assistant county -I The precious Wont price was Head Of B. G. Rotes setting the mayor's salary at
agent stated in his report for ; $18 a hamper r..t at the market $lrt) a month, effective at the start
:March. He said a number of labor I A \'egEtaLle crops held day will hurt .\"paf.E. of the new fiscal year, Oct. 1, 1946.
recruiters had paid this county I be held at the Everglades E.xepri- F. llio..on of Wlll113W113 Belie Glade Rotarians made a Read and adopted at the meeting .
visits from Delaware, Maryland ment station in Belle Glade on grew' the okra. It var. Iwnrghtby hAPPY choice for their new president was a resolution requesting the
and New York. Thursday, April 15, according to J. n. 1.:1\ Ion a Plant City when they chose James A.rJimmy government to dredge the main
March report! of County Agent u1 announcement from the county buyer; anti Con'.igned to Ct>rnt'J- i Ball to take over the! drainage canals of the Glades area
M. U. Mounts and Miss Bertha Fill aJent's: offict' The program will lia and Sons. \tltnta, ia. gavel on July 1. lie is lon -time i 'o they ran he used 8' navigable
Hausman and Irs. Mildred Mi. get under way at 10 a. m. and - -.-- resident of Belle Glade and has waterv.'ays. Thadd WbidJm was

chsud: count and assistant county lunch will bf serval at 12:30.: The Daylight Saving Is been acth{ m civic movements. Hee i aeked to rt preftnt the city at a
home demonstration agents respectively Belle Glade 1 PTA will have charge is former chairman of the Everglades I public Fearing on this matter to tA
also revealed..1sststanee i of the 1'Drh! and all proceeds will Proposed For 'I1'. P. B.At Fire Control District board conducted by the U. S Engineers
to the Everglades experiment -, Jo to the school library. and at present is serving on the at Belie made on April 30.
station In arranging; for The afternoon ('ffionill start a Tuesday night meeting of State Advertising Commission. 1'1) Ii c f' Commissioner Robert
tine of a l.acrt' tract on the old I at 1:30 p. m. and conclude at 4 : tM city council in West Palm Mr. Dan is connected with the P. Iarkty and Police Chief Albert

Utn Gilley farm on the 11ylwluxo p. m. During th day many interesting I3each an ordinance WU brought C. Keecee brokerage concern in Gant were authorized to pure aH
road in Rhe coastal district.An matters will come up for before the council to advance West I Belle Gladt. two-way radio sets for Installation

office i5 being established in discussion by Experiment Station Palm Beach flock m hour in accordance Ralph Freeman was elected vice --- -. ----
Belle Glade for administration of workers. Everyy farmer In the I with daylight sating i president and the board of directors -
the federal AAA pasture i'npmve'ment E't'rJladewould do well to take' time to be used by many large I is as follows: \\'. T. Forsee, V.'. Explanation

program. I this day oft from his boors and i eastern 'iUts. The movement was C. llImftrd, R. V. Allison, Milton
Spray tests cn mango trees at i find out, first und, q)me of the j urged b'oa WESt Palm Beach radio Campbell, Luther Jones. George :
Canal Point and Belle Glade I important information that is rjoing ': station that I.s a part of a nation9lretwork. Royal Mr. Freeman and Mr. Ball. In order that there may bt no
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gotiyed thAt seven tree, sprayed I to lit' nai13blt" Wltb ndwork programs misunderstanding, the \'fteran's
with Diathant at 1O-J1) intervals I -.- -- being run on daylight saving, it is Irs. J. \\'. Burnside, who visited Progressive Organlzatl aM the
have nice crops set on each tfef. I.T. IUSS1O1i 1103W I po WiNf that eititena of the> county her ,i tpr. trs. Cceba Caruthers. American Legion Pont in Pahok..e
while unsprayed trees ban set no Lt. Kenny Mock is at home In ,. might t. messed ur in the dock and family here the past week, are two separate and distinct or-
fruit. Patokt'e detached from Uncle i I watching if West Palm Beach eon ;vao called to her home In Miamibeeau'e RanJzation Each hu its definite
Ginger plants have been distributed 1. Sam's service after nearly three tir.Uf"S to operate on the old time of the illness of her hus- work and plAru for the future
to garden chairmen of I )'tars. lit received hl di'Ch3rgf'i i I after the other eastern cities ad- bend. and I feel that this expMMtljn is
women' home demonJtratkn dubs at Camp Atterbury, Ind., on April Vance their Web. .--. ...--- I necessary Jl that there may be r.o
for home garden planting.A t Kenny got around quite a lot i .__ 11r. and 1frs. Rots>rt O. Lampi misunderstanding in regard to

series of Arhle\'tment d.1)'S" while serving Uncle Sam. Ht1S1t- I Mrs. II. M. Idr.toift aad (hUd.I had as hone guests from Monday:I. either group.
for 4.11 dub girls will be held in td France. England! Belgium and I ten art visiting her parents in to Wednesday of wt week lIr. andMrs 1. V. MceJell&nd, Adj+tant
the county Arm 23 to May 11. Gtnnan).. I Panama Qty this week. Henry Fillmore of MiamI. I American Legion Poet No. 00.Palm .

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 12, 19.6

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I JUNIOR RED CROSSDlU'.E I hokt'e High School Bolton's Drug
Charles FOR BOOKS I Store or Parrish's Jewelry Store

and they will be collected and sent
Serving the Lake Okctchobee Farming Region I
Named President The Sophmore Class of Pahokee in Leave them from April 12
Established 1924 Published Every Friday High! School is sponsoring a Junior through April 20 at either of these

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Red Cross drive for Books for the places but after April 20 we ask
Of Point PTA'Irs.
Canal men in the RelJ Cross Hospital in I'you either to give them to a school
The Everglades News i3 Entered at the Post Office Key West. student or bring them to the

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. SZ'e are 3.5king if anyone who school. This drive will close on
Charles Jones was elected
has Books to leave them at the Pa- :I May 31, 1916.
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher president of the Canal Point Par-
tnt.Teacher Association at the

Tip On Tips April meeting held on Wednesday
afternoon of last week in the
New York's state industrial commissioner, in the course
school auditorium. Other new of-
of figuring unemployment insurance tax rates for proprietors ficers elected for the coming year 0 ANNOUNCING . .
of eating and drinking places, has worked out a schedule were Mrs. L. V. IcClelland, first

of tips for waiters which he thinks proper for tax purposes vice president; Ir3. J. T. Platt, oo and Sale

and, apparently, for the customer as well. second vice president: Mrs. Joe I Display .

He suggests a 71per cent tip for food and beverage ser- Parker secretary; :Mrs. C. L. Stew- I F

vice at tables, and a 5 pr cent tip for counter and drug store art, treasurer and Mrs. Otto Cole- I OF THE FAMOUS IiJ

service. man, historian. :Mrs. Wilma Lenc, I 11'ILLYS UNIVERSAL Q

The commissioner, obviously, didn't eat out much during chairman gave the report of the I a

the war. Either that or he is possessed of a tough hide and nominating ommittee. It was an-
nounced that the installation of officers I; JEEP 0
a charmed life. All but the most cloistered must surely
will be conducted at the :May I
learned by now that the traditional 10 per cent gratuity

earns the giver a sneer at best, and is accompanied by the meeting :0 I Which goes to the job-wherever it is
Mrs F. M. Wilson, retiring president -
reasonable likelihood of getting a cup of coffee down his I
Mrs James Miller
miserly neck or the chair pulled out from under him to speed leader of the Canal Point Brownies ITS A TRUCK-IT'S A TRACTOR-IT'S A iJ

his departure.-Tallahasse2 Democrat., replacing Mrs: Lewis Cowart I RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT! I
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mwww I who resigned. The PTA presented [
PAIIOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH what ls it?" The usual splendid a blanket to the school for use inI I ALSO WILLYS CARS AND TRUCKS

A special sermon will be preached : musical program will be presented the first.aid room and voted to''I[

this Sunday morning at the both services. Rehearsals for the purchase new records for the{
II au
First Baptist Church of Pahokee, I gospal concert by the orchestra school's electric phonograph. The ;

by the pastor Rev. C. A., Moberg, I I which will be presented Easter monthly attendance award was/[ Ashley's Garage od .
'The Church" The pastor believes Sunday night, \\ill be completed won by Mrs. Vivian Mercer's sixth
the local church is on the eve of"I this week. grade room. [

t.er greatest era IF she is willing I I . On the program Mrs. Oliver [ Avenue E Belle Glade, Fia. Phone 126

to go God's way. It Is respectfully I Florida housewives will welcome Hatfield, 4.H Girls Club leader, [0r
requested through this med- the knowledge that mildew so an- presented her 4-H girls who gave a [
ium (and we do thank this paper noying during the rainy season, demonstration of the various skills :

for its fine spirit of cooperation has at last been conquered and learned in 4-H work, such as candling .

. religiously) that the deacons, officers may be prevented by simply spray- eggs, making a hospital bed, -
and all the members make a ing with a new colorful liquid '
arranging table service 90 on. I
special effort to be present. At the known 8.9 Mil-du-rid, a product of Mary Eleanor Jernigan, member I
7:30 hour the pastor will preach the Interchelllical Corporation dis- of the sixth grade won the spelling J Canal Point Machine Works ;

on the tenth of The Baptist tributed through drug, department contest conducted at the meeting
Articles of "Sanctification, and stores.
Faith grocery to select the best speller in the I I Manufacturers Of i

.. school who will take part in the I
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countywide spelling contest a
preliminary to the Miami Herald's HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS

I SEA-BEE and EVINRUDEA. spelling bee for South Florida WEED CHOPPERS
school children. Gloria Stewart,
runner-up in the Canal Point contest !
OUTBOARD ,. misspelled, the word, "princi- \Ve Are Agents For
pat. t II j
I See them on display here todar. ALSO Mrs. R. L. Dart and Mrs. T E. I
Williams acted as hostesses In them j AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS
Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines
i serving of refreshments during the II
social hoir.Chicken.

Supper For I I

Phone 2921 Pahokee North Glades Scouts CANAL POINT PHOXE 531P.- O. BOX 466
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I f.
A cookout and court of honor for f.A

Scouts of the North Glades District
Gulf Stream Council of Boy I MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN i

Scouts will be held! on the lawn at I TilE GLADES i
the rear of the Pahokee Methodist

Helping the Farmer Deliver Church this Friday evening, starting .' :! __ I
at 6:30: p. m.Arrangements.
affair I --- - -
for the are
the Goods With "'"
under the direction of J. V. Thom

as, district chairman of camping i

and activities, assisted by Frank
Rozelle, Sr" and Albert Fremd.
Alton Jones, district advancement Prince Theatre

chairman, will conduct the court of

W InsecticideshW ; honor at which several scouts will

be awarded merit badges and oth- PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA
W ers will be advanced In rank. C

l S. (Steve) Brown, recreation director .
o will be in charge of the WEEK OF APRIL 14th, 1946

W entertainment.The .
cookout will feature A

E44 thicken pileau supper and parents Sunday-Monday
of scouts are invited to attend a.s

Fungicides a .guests. "LOVE Jones IEITERS"Jennifer Joseph Cotton


d Tuesday-\\'ednesdayVILSO

Public notice Is hereby ctYen Chit \ N"
OUR BUSINESS the undersigned Intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court of (In technicolor)
M ,Palm BPuh County, Florida pursuant
to Section 8M 09. Flortda Statutes Maqul 1941 Alexander Knox, Charles Coburn
the t1UOU5 n&m to w'it'
Import Co. under which we an engaged -
NOW -What Do You Need? :: In bustneas at 518 Com au BuildIng -
. C West Palm Beach. Fla. Thursda.Friday
Wilma Hickman McCuskee.
r rn Pub Star 25 n 19. 1946.
Apr 5
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I AND FOR P.tLM FLORID BEtCII COUNTY Charles Coburn, Joan Bennett

I NOTICE or ISUSTIOS TO MIKE Double Feature Program
I nS\L .
KILGORE SEEO I OJ rlfRG r. Saturday
Notice b htrtb, gtftn that I hire
tuf'\1 my rtnaJ repon u Adm1nlstntorI "GIIOST GUNS"Johnny
I the Estate of W L Brandon. deceased
and that I wtll apply to theHon.
Richard P Robbins. County Mack Brown, "Sandy" Raymond Hatton
Pahokee Belle Glade i Jadt of Palm Beach CotJ1tJ. florA&
!Ion the 29th day of April 1t-4 f)fI ap t ALSO -
prom Of the same and for tlnal ciadarte -
Phone 3201 Phone 106 u Ai1mln15trat cf the Dutt I "BORN FOR TROUBLE"
I of W L Brandon deceased
DATED this 2ith day of Mart A. II I Inl
Fare Emmer n, ran Johnson
I w. S BR.' "DOS. M" Admintstrator -
k I\ILGOnE BRED.RITE SEEDw I I cf the Estate of 91.1 I ....
L Bandon decea+ed.


April 12. 1946 Th e i Everglades News, Canal Point F10 rida page Three

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296, ti-
Laws of FlorIda. Acts of 1937. known as the MURDHY ACT and in pursuance By Malcolm Millar
of Chapter 20C58. Laws of FlorIda. Acts of 1941, known as the EVERGLADES
DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT, the following described land situated 1n Enr.Cla.cM ,
Palm Beach Count), btt offered for "
sale a.t puc outcry for thIn highest and best cash bid, subject to the right of. A very tender story of a romance ,
the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and of the Board of Commissioners
of Everglades Drainage District to reject any and all bids, at the Court- of World War II moves in!
house, beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 10th day of May, 1946. A6 to a.U
lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality, as of this date, title to for the Sunday- Ionday run this .
one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be reserved by I
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; if lands are within said corporate week end with Jennifer Jones and i .-
limits as of this date the reservation applies, but privilege to explore, mine and Joseph Cotton in the star positions
develop will be conducted on and under lands only with the consent of the
surface owner and a very excellent cast in support Ly
Easement for road rIght of way 200 feet wide win be reserved by wd Trustees of his clever pair. '
from any parcel through whIch there is an existing State road: and easement
for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes W1ll be reserved by the Alexander Knox comes In Tues- i '-+r
Board of CommissIoners of Everglades Drainage D1str1ct. Fifty percent (50 of all oil CU and mineral rights will be reserved by the Bow of Commissioners
of Everglades Drainage District.DESCRIPTION but a picture that will thrill
This picture is "Wilson" and
Sec Twp, Rae, Acres you
Lots 23, 25 21 k 29 Block it Is done in technicolor r
9, Lab Worth Heights This is the life story of President llr
as In PB7P25..____._____
Lots 2G to 30 iDc.. Block Woodrow Wilson who served r
J, Lakeview Ridge as iD so ably during World War I. It
PB 7 Pgs 35 & 40 .._______..___ 4 44 43
Lot I, Block I, Bunker Hill commences with him as the head
Addition No. 2 as in PB of Princeton University taking
10 P 12 ________________ 4 44 43 us
Lot 14, Block Rtplat of through the stages of his campaign .

PB12P33 28 43 43 and ultimate victory when tile Cavalcade of America

Lot 2, Block 8, Replat of he became our chief execut1\'e It

Mercer lZ P 33 Park____as__..1n___PB..__........._ 28 43 43. goes Into World War I and comes
Lots 3, 5 des 1, Block 6 I. Re- out of It with the faithful portrayal An unseen multitude of 'oim are

in plat PB of 12 Mercer P 33 Park______as_______ 28 43 43 of his efforts to launch the cro"dinc the telephone long distance
Lots 1. to 13 me.. Block League of Nations and thus end \'oite
\ lIihwI'I" 10 .U parts of the nation

6.Park Rtplat as In PB of 12 P Mercer 33 _________ 2S 43 43 wars for all time. It takes him 'ne result is that
occasionally experience
you may I
into retirement and at last it
Lot 10. Block 2, Replatof
Mercer Park as iD PB brings him to his death-bed. No delay in getting your taU throulh. When this

12P33 _______..____..____ 28 .3 43 words that I write
Lot 14. Block e, Rep1at can can do happens you can http by making only
of Mercer Part as 1n PB justice to this picture and giveactels tills that .
12P33.-------------------- 43 43 Ire really ntttlul1.A.
Lot 18, Block S, Replatof so ably portrayed by the
IS materials become luilablt thousands of
Mercer Park as in PB proper praise for all of the char. ,
12P33.--------------- 43 43 specially chosen cast. Don't Miss milts of new lines and eireuits Ire being built tottliere
Lot 19, Block 5, Replatof
Mercer Park as In PB It! fonJesion. When this big job is done
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Lot- t. Block H, Lake Thursday-Friday brings Charles kill again be able to talk IS much II you
Worth Heights as in Coburn and Joan Bennett with an
PB 7 P 25 ____..____..___._ 16 44 43 "ant, "htMnr you want and wherever
excellent supporting cast in "Colo-
Lot 5, Block H, Lake
Worth Heights as iD nfl Effin ham's Raid' which telb you 'ant. In the meantime, your
PB 7 P 2S ._______ ___________ 16 44 43
Lots 9 k 10, Block C, of a retired army officer, just cooperation i. Ipprttiattd.
Ridgeland Park as 1n PB home from World War I. who discovers .
8 P 53 _______________..__ 4 44 43
crooked officials In the
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT saddle of the town's government.It .
is a delightful show and you'l
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT : enjoy every moment of it. .
J. ALEX ARNETTE. Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and Saturday brings a double fea- .
for Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach County, -
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Flor1da. ture. First one up is "Ghost Gun,
Publish, April 5th, 12th and 19th, 1946aAs I with Johnny Mack Brown and

: Raymond "Sandy" Hatton as the f


Second one up is "Born for .
4 Tl'Ouble' which furnishes enough & (GRIFFITH, INC.

danger, t1''';!ls '1d adventure for

I I s Y it stars Faye Erimersin and Van West PaInt Beach
Johnson immensely in this piece,
in which he turns on aU the glamour -
Tell Us Your Xeeds. \\'e Handle
. :
but cannot be outdone by

beautiful Faye Emmerson. Underwood Typewriters
wartime Governor, Holland I See you at the movies-Mal.

built the Strongest Financial :; ... Iarchant Calculators

Structure Florid has had In its TRAINING UNION .\XQUETA Sunstrand Adding Machines

A HistoryNlth banquet at the Pahokee Wom- Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment '
an's club on April 4th climaxed a '
three months efficiency contest
Filing Cabinets
held by the Intermediate Training-

Unions of the Seven Baptist Steel Desks & Tables

churches around the lake--Moore Aluminum Chairs

Haven CIe\\iston. Lake Harbor,
Steel Safe
South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee,

- and Canal Point. During the banquet \re suggest that you send us your order so that we may
------------- --- Irs. J. R. HeUer, Intermediate -
stocks in
' notify you as our come
Leader for the Lake District

.! I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO and sponsor for the banquet, an- Expert repairng: and overhauling all types and makes

i I Ii pounced that the Intermediates at of office machine3. Our repair department will be glad

We wish to thank our many friends In the Glades for the South Bay were the winners. to give you m estimate. All work guaranteed
: business which have in the and for their
they given us past
The Easter motiff was used
I understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the J
i years while we were mainly engaged In the preparation and throughout the banquet. The
I I maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy pastel streamers proved a perfect
background for the table decora-
I ; Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and
tions of Faster lilies and gayly
offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it
: has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we colored Easter eggs. Place cards

: offer Is complete from landscape designing to a finished of Easter bunnies, program printed Q '

planting job Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of with tulips and matching nap- C pa.

lovely trees shrubs vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your kins with the Training Union

selection. initials in gold completed
stamped CAS H NOW

We Invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will the impressive dt'coraUons. : m QQ

appreciate your continued business, Each of the seven churches I"a'"

E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. well represented among the 15 ;" iJi

Nt'lL IIiws: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at Intermediates, leaders and past-
the banquet WE PAY MORE FOR YOUR CAn
City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida ors who attended i
Following the Traininc t'mon

I - theme song. "All }sail the: Power of I
I ------ the invocation,
Jesus Name, and
Late Models Make
: Any
I Miss Dorothy Cha tain. daughter f

. of Mr. and Iffl. Stanton ('h3sLmlof

Canal Point sang lakP MeA .

;I Blt 4 9 r.!:'." Re\ C. A 1Inh.''r EN for Economical Tr.ln'ImrtatiooI '

I entertained the group with p\.r.d I -

$100 Reward : humorous piano St lff'Un.c A Bil itDnll : .
contest tress held w1t1! aipant

: tti from each of the Bevanchurches. : N QN
For Information IA'ading To Arrest I .
I A piano solo, "Col I'ltion" by .

And Conviction Of Individuals11'ha I Miss Dellena Jones. daughter ofMrs. I'IIOSI: :371 I'\IIKII; nAUtlll.\
! C n JOOMt. Canal Pirt'all
Uestroved Seats In The I beautifully rendered. h' fv.t

Rev. John C ins {)f
Prince Theatre Miami faJ'fakflr brought an inspirg: end

challenging mt'S age to all wh Christian Chevrolet

I were presEnt. Rt\ Sims IS ont of

Florida BaptlU' busiest and most .

I beloved pA tors. It wu indeed an I
\Iosn C'UUIsn.\s, 0wurra
Prince Theatre honor to have had him _bare some
c1 his great thoughts with us. how' 11'rreker S.nl" Offtrial AAA II
I The beautiful chorus, "Into 1Iy ,

t Ittart", wu used by the entire

J group as the closing Btnf'diction.

Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 12, 19t6
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Is Now i be used for a Jozcn and O:1e differ-
Jeep Agency Troop 23 Reviewed
ent things. He has one on diplar
Open In Belle Glade I and at all times is perfectly willing By Scout Official
I to demonstrate it to a prospective If Yon Have Cattle To Sell
Walter Ashley, operator of Ash- purchaser.. Alton Jones, North Glades District -
ley's Garage in Belle Glade, has I Budrating --' is advancements chairman, conducted or Need Slaughter House,Facilities
been named dealer for the famous ) recupeC a board of review for Troop
Whys universal Jeep. Mr. Ashley I from an appendectomy performed 23! scouts ready for tests at the: ContactRANGEIJNE
has already sold several of the I at St. Iary's Hospital. Pahokee scout hut Tuesday night.
unique little contraptions that can I West Palm Beach, on Sunda '. Second class scout tests were I
-- passed by David Rame)', Bobby FARMS
Mackey. Richard Smith, 0I i S I
Weaver, Gerald Levins, Payne Star Route 106 Wrest Palm Beach
VOTE FORR.C.LAWSON Jackson and Steve Kirk. Tests for:
merit badges were passed by Lee I J .
Shirley, Frank Rozelle. Jr.. Jack,
Chiviges, John T. Pickett, Jr., ani: i -
George Belk Jr. y
FOR These scouts, as well as others j :
who have passed recent tests, will! !
COUNTY COMMISSIONER receive their awards at the court of.I' QUAJJTY CLEANERS H
honor to be held in conjunction
IN THE with the North Glades District (Billie Iolstad, Owner) : :
cookout on the Pahokee Methodist I '
FOURTH DISTRICT Church grounds this Friday night. : : DRY CLEANING & ALTERING I ;
..- , :
Lake Harbor (Precinct 40)) and Brown's Farm "
(Precinct 41)) are the only two Glades precincts BP'V Club Sponsors : CASH AND CARRY :HWe !
voting in this race. Annual Cancer Drive
I It
A Vote for Lawson is a Vote For
Co-operation and Progress. The annual cancer drive is under specialize in slip covers, upholstery !
way and in Pahokee the BPWC is !
and drapes. Alterations an- I
(Paid Political Adv.) in charge of the drive, according
to an announcement by Mrs.Becky : other specialty of ours. :
Starling yesterday. She said that.
the drive would continue throughout
April and that donations may PROMPT SERVICE H;
be made to any member of the I ,
club. : I
.- ; (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans ii j

Spring Cleaning Mission Study By i I Lumber Yard Office) :r
Mrs Albert Snyder
Ladies let us help you with that spring cleaning. I I
I The "fruits of,mission work as .
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Oill\lops ..._._..._......._.. $1.25 & $1.50 seen by our Armed Forces around. -

Wet Mops ....__..________...._... 75c.$1.25 the worlJ"at a was mission the subject study program for discussion I ---- -- -- ----- I it

Mrs. Albert Snyder I I
conducted by
O'CEDAR WAXES.AND POLISHESJOHNSON'S at a meeting of the Lottie Moon i' I
I Circle at the First Baptist Church I II
PASTE AX AND Monday: afternoon. Mrs. Snyder I I THE FINEST IN . . !
GLO.COAT was assisted in the program by I'' i iI I II
I, Mr3. J. C. rock, Mrs. F. G Gillis
Make your soap go farther with "SOILAX", water Mrs. E. E. Coleman, Mrs. W G. I
softener and multi purpose cleaner at 25c for a I I Connell and Miss Elizabeth Cau- [ Dog Racing I

one and one half pound package. I devotionals.It way. Miss. Caraway also led the I I
: I
-o-- I was announced that the next
meeting of the circle will be held : i!
at the home of Miss Caraway on 'j
Western Auto Associate Store i Monday, April 15, at 3:30 p. m. : II I
I ... i
I. M. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA. J. T. Rogers and family of Nashville I I
I 1\\'I Tenn., are guests of Mr and ; I
'Irs. John D. Rogers in Pahoke-e. Season Ends.. :
. : ;.

[;ii In4rnGi[; [;4 I.nIniiIn[; I: .

a April 17

I Arthur Trailer Sales 0 0 I


; I

II Thrilling Races : i
a 0 J 0

Severa Fine riouse Trailers Nightly i iI

i Rain or Shine ; :
I. ,
Now On Display ; ,: ;I


Daily Doubles

We carry a $70,000 stock of trailers at our main office .

in Rh'el'ia Beach on U. S. Highway No. 1 a Quinielas

Also all accessories. p


L1 Small Down Payment - Balance Like Rent Da'




Open Daily From 10 A. M. 'til 9 P. M. Oppo'lltf"On% Ikh Palm"orrl..on f'tlt"rt'Barb ltoadt.ht n..1d

(Including Sunday)

iI j


Friday April 12. 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida page .Five

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Business Circle l ---r Roberts Sanders : sister, .Irs. Thomas Lynn, at the from high school at Magazene. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barfieldof

Howell home in Canal Point on i Ark.. in 1939. He received his die- Canal Point Mrs. B. W.000

Hears Mrs DuBose I Monday night.Refreshments. charge from the Army on Dec. 25. 1 and Mrs. G. B. Ramey attended
)Ir. and lrs. G. C. Sanders of I
I I of ice cream ant 1945 after three years in the ser. 1 I open house at Morrison Field, West
A program on "Home Building i announce the engagement: I cake were served by the hostesses vice and two years of overseas I, Palm Beach, on Saturday. Mrs.

in a New World" was presented by! and approaching marriage of their to Joann Platt, Truman Riffey duty in the South Pacific area. The \"ocd's son, Cpt J. W. Wood is

Mrs. W. M. DuBose program daughter, Miss Inez Wilson to I I Ray Hayes, Harkness Duncan wedding will be in June. stationed: there.

chairman at a meeting of the I Johnny Roberts, son of .Ir. and i I Billy TurbeYil1e, Francis Wilson

Business Woman's Circle First I Mrs. R. E. Roberts of Plant Cit .. i! Mary Hall, Martha Hall Benny -

Baptist WMU. at the home of Mrs The wedding is scheduled to take Thompson, Carolyn Scruggs, Lee

T. W. Knight Tuesday night. Others -I place in June. !'I Scruggs Jacqueline Scruggs, Shir-

taking part were Irs. Dave: Mists Wilson received her education Icy Ammons, Ada Tillman, Jackie

Young .Irs. Becky Starling, Miss: at Pahokee High School and Eims. Wiley Howell Carolyn Lynn. ALBERT GANT

Leila Langford Irs. C. 1. Shlrley, for the past six months has been I Marie Sapp and lrs. Vivian Mercer. -

.Irs. H. L. Speer and Mrs. O. 0.: employed at the A&P Store. Mr .

Gilbert. Mrs Geraldine Un\\in led i Roberts is a graduate of Plant City ..-- :. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT

the devotionals. High School, Class of 19H, and is FOR REELECTION AS
The hour of the regular himonthly now employed as timekeeper for I Carr Kimball IiiJ

meetings was changed from the U. S. Sugar Corporation at I I --
1:30 to 8 p. m. .Irs. Cecil Tate Pelican Lake. I Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Kimball f\f

'will be hostess at the next meet- ----... ..- I I Bryant, Fla., announce the engagement .
1 a
ing. Refreshments were served by Franklin Howell and approaching marriage -
Pahcee! Annual Election
Mrs. Knight during the social of their daughter, Miss Zona I a

hour. Has Birthday Party Gale Kimball to Jack Carr son of

. .. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Carr of PahIJ- a Tuesday May 7 0
Franklin Howell celebrated his ,
Tells Advantage Of kee.Miss :p pt
thirteenth birthday anniversary at Kimball is a member of the

Two Way Radios a party given in his honor by his Pahokee High School graduating t I (Paid Political Adv.)

mother, Mrs. A. Q. Howell and his class of 1946. Mr. Carr graduated
Chief of Police Albert Cant
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pointed out yesterday that purchase

of two-way radio sets for .Y: 1Vf
,.. n' ?i\1. .a1, "' ,: ?:_
# ? ;
v : >? .:. M :. .;. Q :! P C::
: .iiiY
the police cars will not cost the A> VT: AvrXn'kki YhWA1\I.}: '''

taxpayers an extra cent, since

they will be paid for out of the

fine and forfeiture fund. Mr. Cant
l. UrLypw
pointed out that each individual ,
near a telephone in Pahokee would ;

be in constant contact with the

police department after the radios . f" "" ,
are installed.

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d'A COn -

Classified Ads '

WiVY .t .... '8 1icK '
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FOR SALE: 50 acres muck adjoining \)

ridge and including 5 lots r f3.. \ . nS \ t) <<1<<; doot' \ ;

If you want a good close in farm ... & ';% ? ,

In Canal Point, see Dan Carpenter. I .. f4' .:t ..

St-22-46-ch t 1'-

13 c:.
FOR SALE: Live Easter bunnies I 11ftI
1, I ,
with or without mothers. J. F. ..' ,.
Road .) 'Q "" nJ1
Doman on the Belle Glade t. -1-' ""
p. ....C'l n. (1 IP'
at the R. R. Crossing. A12pd. ('I

FOR SALE: Pop com machine al-
so a peanut roaster, both in good

shape and ready to run. J. F. Do

man on the Belle Glade road at + 9I ar

the R. R. Crossing. A12pd.
and Cess pools Cleaned and re- -..
:r r
paired. Drain fields installed Bob
Douthit Pahokee Phone 3812. Z

St 3:29-4t pda .-. .-.'

-- :;; S 0 r" a cr .. g" .. 2: ; A
FOR SAtE: Two 6-room houses on : f :!'. 3 ,0 ti Q oyo C '0< < CD- n- ,.,

100 foot ridge lot in good state "' '' ::: o 3 o T"c3.. oooan "
< 0 -
ort repair each has three bedrooms II' Q C" CD a. ') < c"n >
:: =. Q Z (; z
both for price of one- -- < -< ;; :rO II' ''' ", .!.1!) "< iQ. ::

$7MO. Dan Carpenter Pahokee :: :') 0 (::-"C "C-. D" < II'- 2 :: .0.. 10 JIQ CI' < -. c.O'.... ? :J (II g -
Fla. r> :. CD g. 0' DD "
NmD ots 0'00
P _
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I NOTICE -= c_ 2. .. ;"C Z .... 'E.c.r-g-4 ,, :r < C r- tAi
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0 Q.
I will not be responsible for any :s !" > ( g .C. .0. .,,"< "< )C CD lit Q. "a
t: Z
3 :r Q. .c- Q
. debts made by Mrs. Pauline Stew ":.Q.-.m,, 3' f" "a ."."",' .Q. ... ,C"C", ;Ift 10 0c ?
ens of Pahokee after April 1. 19t6. nCOCDO-4 .0'.. 3-0" ccSGZ
Oscar B. Stevens " 3 .. = : go ; 0 ; -g e4

A12pd :!) .:. A"I1ICD" " <, Q."C... .. .0"i'
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FOR SALE: A four.room house O O n .;.. ._..
I ( .
.. .3- : iiii II C
with bath room and two porches "' 3"' -05'Q.r

and Mxt35 lot the Barfield 1tQ.OOa _
a on CQ ..
0. :r-.o.. ..
Highway Price $1750.00. Address 0 C" 0 .. "' .. ; 0 o f >
1BtLcg4 .tit.. CD ... 0 3 .:.r. Z :r 0 a C "<
P. O. Drawer N. Pahokee Fla. "".:';s .1 Woo., .. 0 :I .

WOULD LIKE to rent a A19pd house 111I Q "

with three bedrooms or what I

have you? I, Eo Hamilton F. E.

C. Agent, Canal Point. Ap12ch III 0I

FOR RENT Gentlemen
Only; -
Two newly furnished bed rooms,

modern, second floor, private entrance .

close in. Second house off
I :c
Canal Point road on Barfit'ld Rd. -IIO

Mrs. Abbey : 0 ;; : g {.3-a
; o. c 0' =
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... "C II 5'0
ULOCKS for sale' at 0 ,,< -< "< O"
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ceiling price. Made from rock Q."C II : NoS
CD CD c"C g Ut
5' 3 oE Z "Uc
screening, cement and sand. Ben 07 <.-co 0 -0"C :!. -40 C
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Wilson, Indiantown Fla A12-2tp :' : 0 0 5' .. c &. 2o .
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Sash )). Door and Q. '\01' I/O n W' c/ Q G C -
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"indo\\ Frames I 5'4 Q 3co oro O- 09.0 1/0--0.c. e4 ; gco .. CQ.)C 'G = Z Z a

Casement Cash MouldingNATIONAL s, 2. C C.z .o 0 "CDC"c" CD
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5041st.. FEC Track

1Vest Palm Beach

Page Six The Everglpdes News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, Apri112, 1946

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Life On The CamDus
MEANS HOUSEPainting ,,

i The sophomore class under the 11 I l.r

, I and general chairmanship of Betty Jo

I Brooker and Margaret Powell are

I sponsoring a dance for the benefit

:, of the Junior Red Cross The

r Decorating I place i3 to be the gym and the date
i, I April 12. The Red Cross needs a
I I II' !i number of things for gifts for the
For many year past we have been handling the i boys in the veteran hospitals in

I j fine,line of l lI this country. As admission for
I this dance each persgn must bring
I Glidden Paints And Varnishes : i an article that can be used by a

; veteran. A list of suggested gifts ,
and those who have used them for both exterior i can be found on the school bulletin

i j and interior purposes have found them most sat board and each should be wrapped

! : isfactory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I in an attractive way A note maybe i

! PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- I included. All of these articles

I tractive. I' must be new as they are gifts.
Other drives are taking care of the C

second hand books, etc. E\.ery-

I i More Cooking Ware one's cooperation is asked as our CASSEROLE

generosity can make a number of fLOR\DA I ore&tII'.a
disabled If the n.sh 1'I0tla. i iE
men very happy. sansa
I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and date or place is inconvenient, how : U. 2 cupS.cookcd_ ; 1 oulon; 16 pork]lrown
porcelain cooking utensils have now been received g.1c1 green pper "d p.pp.r.
1 .salt
about sending us something for colli; 8 sausages \ '
, and from this supply you may find the articles our gift collection. We'll appreciate 4 eBgs; er.&DI; oulon In bull.r. cut and oulon. ,

i i I you have long de8irect.I it, the Red Cross will appre- g",bopped; pepper and and brown 'Irltb cuP p.ppet cream .clthfeces 0011I \1 I Iyour
ate it and imagine how .n onions
I Among other new stock arriving will be Picking much the receiver you can will appreciate !, Into sm egB. U IIu1fY.pour lease 04 sausages'slowly.
Beat .
! Baskets, G. E. Light B lbs, all sizes, Twenty-GaI- it. add to eBg add to 1I 1tnt"' .bole pig sansad
"" vfitltand with
I Ion Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns, Waste Paper pepper c.'ol.. Top uut... Serve

I Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes. I A letter from Mr. Robert Grafton Into buttered b'U at 316' lot thirty 1ce.cold lI 3AX ]lEE11Serves

of the Palm Beach Junior College ges and .lad and
i 'Ve are displaying and will take future delivery i favorite l"k.souvill' .
; reports that he was sending tli
j orders for the famed line of Kelvinator Ranges siX. LIlli" S.S1I Send u. '
I : copies of the Beachcomber to the to Irs. ,
and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot Water Heaters.I mailed $5.00 tempting recipe pub
! I Seniors and members of the faculty 3k.bas for this sugBeSttoa 1f .
This issue contains news art-! : reg Tonal recipe paid for Its
I Sour will be Brewio6ed
I i des, and pictures from all the I $5.00 1dllor. JAX

I : : schools in Palm Beach county, and I .." 'gecipe J'kSQuviUe, floridl.:

II BETZNER'STHE the news staff of Life On the i I II Company

I Campus sent in articles and a pict-
I : ure of our Junior-Senior Banquet. '

i AlAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. I P\'t. Bob Burns of the Air Corp I 1 I

: I and a former student of Pahokce I Ij

High, visited the school onday. ..
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i Imogene Hough Jasper Reed

-- -- I Wilton Gidden9. Gene Herring.i .
- i : Lynn Walker, Jean Cruthirds, r/
I II I Ruth Cochran all students of Pa-I '

BERRY FUNERAL HOME I hokE'e High had a good time at ,

Lake Worth Beach during the hoidays. !- I P i

I Ambulance Service _____ I IMis a : t
,! s Marian Jones visited '. atIK
I II friends in Miami during the school '

I Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 holidays }I

.' Miss Mary Mullis was a visitor II
in West Palm Beach over the hol-
idays. I
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87 ) ?11R_ I Net SQured 'VHI Be I y

I Ii
Guests Of B. Elliott

BSA w i Members of the Pahokee high! INN DE ICI o

school baskEt ball team are in for
a sure-enough treat tomorrow G4 .
(Saturday) afternoon when they
dish to
are to be guests of B. Elliott ata caSlerole
barbecue at his ranch east of I Here's a gland Easy to prep arc

Oke'chobe Plans have been I to ,
made for a real feed and the boys I please hearty to aerveppetites, a favorite s arktaste.

and their guests who are to hf' Mr. . a joy l favoris enhanced bu h ast's

Elli'tt's guests can rest assure I When the . the

that the afternoon.s enertaimr.ent I lir.g golden beer.

and food will be well worth while great regional\ beer?. yOU
I a Slut ofSk
NOTICE OF %XNt'.SL MEETING OF How{ good relresbin9 prink
; I 1AX1 plese
rmI Notice Is hereby given that. pursu-I may a brewed especiallY the
ent to call of the Board of Supt"ntiOTl I friendshiP' will givC you
roller of Pelican Lab and
Sub-Dratnaae District tastes
lee, the annual mttUnl ot the landowners Southeastern in both qualitY
he of Pelican Lab Sub-Drainage District ; premium price
I y T' t for the year 1946 will bfo held at the tt t\ answer. 3 premium
Wct' ot said District to the Post Office \ never pay nesS
ADS totT MIGtli nuUdlr.g at CAnal Point. Palm Beach !Flavor,yet you ling mellow goo witb
so PO' .I tbunty. Florida 00 Monday. April 29. 1. p drinl<
19-16. at 3,00 o'clock P !of. Eastern to enjoy thee y Ibis grand
I just
\tryde Standard Time for the PUrpoM'S of. I JAY Enjoy it
01 dishzs.r
I I EJecting t'-o Supervisors; ; regional
Nci ltat 2 Receiving annual reports. and, I tasty rtlreshment.
taking "rto '" your additional
All the advantages of natural : "
F lor
Cnyll\T thereto as the landowners may by its ell
Greenland cryolate. determine; and .
ECT'C'DE i 3 Trlnsact1n such other buslnt'SS
IN as may come before the mf'f'Ung.
High degree of control at eco- :;;::--?::ii BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
1tlo.t By: R Y Patterson Preldtnt '
Not acutdy toxic to man, cattle +t !la : '' Publish April 12. 19. 1946 yorr crrf Oar
: yrltcr ccr (
or other animals NOTICE orSSt'L MFETI'G OFLtNDOWMRS { ,
: Of EtST snORE ? fl fAylifr
Availabla alone or in c mbina- .
Notb: Dt"ft'b.1 Y'l ''1"1;-a
nro ..:1t to 1'1; of th' 1\., i ,f"
with sulphur
Lion copper or .
''' ,
..f tM East Shale ') 1r.J" '''"r 1he
if desir d. annual must .'f ftI' .4Id, :::.ems
.. .
of .t shore Dranarf' rr. '-"
year 190M ''111 bf he'd ft hr I !
IICUUUUL CHEMICALS DrilSlOH INSECTICIDES ad D'=tn't trt the Post Oft b aa -
r. at Canal P: tat PaJ8 RHch t', ",:".
P I N N S Y L V A H I A ,S A L TAr. sow .reilobla I" spray Florida an I'nday.pr:: 29 : .
ttfl-'t :' 00 o't'1ock P. M.. Ea,tern Stada.o
MAN IUtING C ANY rdeslb.usforus.nr e Time
for the of
:nrpo ea .
,emu,d.d by y.ve lu.la4whdwaof 1 Eleetttg I SuPt:1"tsG: DISTRIBUTED DY
... fOf 2. Recelttng annual report and
$ IOOOW1Di U IUlLDINQ.PHtLA.7.PA. ip rlm..t.l/feti' I
. ..,... t&tlnt such action wish re oertthe
h .adC.cii 1.
t .rtod Ch(0J3 SLIoas '''ICIIrii wfhM.d+k i :eto is the landowners may !
rv@ .M.a pols.Wrmd".T..__ ti... c.,1t,.." distiliMi. dtkrmmt; and Shelley Connell
3 Tramuct ng such other buettewaas I
..k4bv* h Raj rome before the mntlnl
j C..,.., BOARD Of svpTRvLsoasOF 1
fl.n4. A"cuhr.1 Supply L\ST SHORE BELLE GhDE FLA.

....._ Tb KU9.n S.e4 C..,.., I AGE DISTRICT DR.US-J
--.a Ey: R. T. PatttnOC.
Publish: All 11. 19. IH _

April 12, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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E011'EN NAMED wp---1 rn rnnDl1 U
nOTE IIE.\O New Organ For Church 0

E. C. Bowen, district manager

of the Southern Bell Telephone DAVIS CAFE
company with offices in West
Palm Beach, was chosen at art-
cent election as the new president STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS

of the West Palm Beach Rotary
club. He will take office July 1 'Ye Specialize In Home Cooking Q

Ed, he is known
as familiarly this
hundred of Glades'friends, i is Old Fashioned Bar-B-Q
an active Rotarian and his hoerclub's s1s .. in.MIM TG. r Ys
14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla. Q
action in naming him next
'ear's president will prove popular

with neighboring Rotary clubs.. -.. m m mmIT'S


Bottled and City



But, you can rest assured that we will do everything -
REF IGERA'fORSGas r in our power to give you the best service

and Electric po3sible


Water HeatersKEROSENE

ELECTRIC BROILERS 'Above is shown the new console organ to be installed in the Metho-

STOVES (hot plates) dist church in Pahokee. The Victory Class of the church is spon- -- -- -- ----- ----- -_. --- ----
soring a drive to raise a total of $3,600 for purchase and installation
TOASTERS of the organ. Lloyd Hundley is chairman of the fund raising campaign -
and a balance of only $750 is needed to bring the drive to a 1
PITCHER PUMPSGARBAGE successful finish. Anyone who would like to have a part in bringing I : EXTERM-IN4TPR ::1
CANS the campaign to a successful finish may make a donation direct to
Mr. Hundley or any member of the Victory class.
SINK CABINETS I j Termite Proof The Boyte Way I j

\\lth I It i.i fully protected for 5 years with written contract : I
Complete Delegates Report
i Member Florida Control Association, Bonded and Insured. :
On State WSCS Meet I Kills rats, roaches, bed bugs, fleas, etc. :

Mrs. T. A. Ferguson and Mrs. B. or !

BATH TUBS Elliott, at a meeting of the Pabo- ; : BOY E EXTERMINATOR CO I
Pre-War Enamel fee Methodist WSCS at the church
Iron Mr. and Mrs. John Robert I
i 224 S. Main Street Phone 9532 Orlando, FlA. I II
W ABU BASIN SU.1iS : of Canal Point announce the birth Monday afternono, gave a report I I I IL
TOILETS SHOWERS : of a son, John Henry, at the Everglades on the annual WSCS Conference

MEDICINE CABINETS : Memorial Hospital on AprH! which they attended as local delp.- _____ ___ __ __ ____ ____ _ _ __ _____ -
lAUNDRY TUBS : 7. gates in Talaha.ssee April 21. It
DRAIN BOARDS I Mr. and Mrs. Lawton P. Cook was announced that the scrap book
ELEOrRIO WATER PUMP Jr. of Belle Glade announce the prepared for the Pahokee WSCS by
birth of a son, Ronald Gary, at th its president. rtrs. Ralph Stanley,, I
TILE BOARDCHICKEN Everglades Memorial Hospital on won first prize in the state at the

April 4. conference. This prize, consisting PALM
Hr. and Mrs. Guy T. Wilson 01 of a year's Subscription to the:
Fence-Screen-Barbed Wire Belle Glade announce the birth ofa I. magazines, World Outlook aM

Stucco 'Vire-Metal LathLUM'BER son, Guy Charles, at the Ever Methodist Woman, will be presented -
glades Memorial Hospital 0:1 to a local "shut-in" as a gift
April 4. from the ws s. COUNTRY CLUB

Range Boilers Mr and Mrs. Frank C. Dooley 01 Mrs. Ferguson, as spiritual life
Blow Torches $1.65, Toilet Teak Belle Glade announce the birth Of chairman, announced plans for a
C \ers, Tools, Padlocks, Lad a daughter, Karen Patricia, at the spiritual retreat at the church on
den, Sashwflghb, Pulleys,Sash Everglades Memorial Hospital on Good Friday. Mrs. Stanley presided Open this summer

Coral, Crescent Wrenches, Pla8tNing April 2. at the business. ,

Trowels, (Door Closets, Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Knight ...
: The Palm Beach Club will remain
Urate-BIts, Plumbers Furnace of Belle Glade announce the ar- i
Ladles, Copper Pip, Hand : rival of a son, John Paul Knight, iI I iI I Wade Has open this summer and invites golfers of this
DrUt., Sprinkler Ireads, Mao : on Thursday, April 4, at the Ever- area to enjoy its facilities at special summer
Boxes, Levels, Planes, Rope, : glades Memorial hospital in Pa- Birthday Party
Lock Sets, Axes, Saws, Metal : hokee. rates effective April 15-October 15.nATI .
Shower Bars, :
Squares, Chrome Mrs. Wesley Wade entertained a
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Auto Body Tools. I USE group of girls at her home Wednesday SI -

Soil Pipe Fittings, : 666 afternoon, honoring her Months Membership-ten ___-__,.___,_ $GO
Pipe Threaders, Nails : daughter Bergetta on her thir- pltrs$12 Federal Tal
tee nth birthday anniversary.
Roofing : Cold Preparations Games were played and prizes 6 Moetha !lembenlhlp- d1t'8 -,._..... ...._ $SS
Shower Curtains, $1.95 UP : $1 Federal Tax
UqoJcL Tablets, Salve, NOM Drop given to Rita Faye Hurt Lois plo
FtAhlnr Poles Reels, Grill : Sullivan and Arline Barnhart. Refreshments _
Caution Vile Only AI Dl.reete4. G Months Hembentip-FamUt _,__ $71
Revolving Clothes Drier,
: of Ice-cream. birthday plus $15 Federal Tax
Frier -- ----- - --- -
lime Squeezers, FreGd1 : rake, and cold drinks were served
Basket, Err Beater. 1 : to the following, Rita ,Faye Hurt, PRO SIIOP-LOCKER ROOM-SIIO T.B ROOM
\\lOE LEAF-ALL M!TAL : Myra Baxter, Bobby Moberg, Delores SANDWICH AND DAB 8F.R'ICEMembership
GRASS RAKES IBJ Williams, Louise Hatton, Card I8IUt'd, 011 BIft.Ipt of i ede
- .,: Donna Jo Spooner, Cynthia Friend
Payable To Palm Beech OJuatry (1Qb
GARDEN HOSE, SOLID Joyce Lovel, Wannell GiUb, Mary

BRASS NOZZLES 95eWeedHI SOMETIMES A Thunderburk, Wanda Harper, Ar-

S9t, Pnm1DI Sara PHllANTHROPISTISONl line Barnhart, Barbara Hadid,
GrIM Edgers. t khen ud Edna Un\\in, Ina Wade and Mrs.
Whips 'leU, Jte\'ohin sprlnkkn WHO James Wade and lIOn. MI'!. James I III
$1.50, Solder Irons, Metal WHAT HF SHOULD Wade assisted with the entertaining -

Roofing, Gutters, Galv, f1pe. BF GIVINC 8A X. and serving.
11 11I
Metal "'heel Barrow _h ___ ____ DOlllogellized


Wringers, Rubber MAt- l Cat Ifll i 1 VETERANS li.clisr e Ring I I ItIIIIIII Milk :' '
ting, 1).n-oIatol'l, Drlpo-latorr, /l, ; ;
S II e x Coffee lAkers, Pots 1 ; .ltenttly" :
Roasters, Muffin Tins, Stainless 1J .../MIT : ,
KnlH'' Forks, on Cars Wckra i1r ;, :-o-

'I'rou&h"Can Openers, Curtain ; ,, Ptatn, VNM1 trtun: ,1
IlI .
WIRE / i1 I,


tI.ECTIUC SUl'I'UFA \\'e'll bet that every phi- CANDIDATE /OA I

(tI.un: STOCK STtl I lanthropist started early RAILROAD COMMISSIONER !
I the habit you should start 1A GOODMAN

WRENCHES i today . that of having IfF TO,SUCCEEDS :
[ :
all assets insured 1 for absolute ,Rehr'T 101oiiva7j I,
urity.O. : I MOORS FvR Ally I i iI I iI

Supply : flORiDA I

It BLEECII :I 1 JKELL FLORIDA! : Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. i iI
S00- bt st. at t'. F.C.Trscka11'et i FOd MOOJU 1.f
ISSl'tt\SC P.\1I0KF.C I .f.fl
Palm Bench T. .ill I
: ; .t 5.1frl lJul I _ _
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Eight The Everglades News Canal
Point Florida 12 19-16
Friday, April ,
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Mrs. Jessie Beatty, of Miami, 1'3 PicketfTel Rotes
visiting her son and daughterinlaw -I
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk in Of Army Travels
Canal Point.

'I -. John T. Pickett recently dIS- I
Baptist Article Of Faith
Frank Sinatra is not only one charged army major, told Pahokee I
Ensign H. D. Fields, Jr., was
who make folks swoon. Ross Allen Rotarians last Thursday of many
called to Pahokee this week from reports that during a recent rattle- of his experiences in the service. "Sanctification"
Tokyo, Japan, where he has been I snake milking exposition three Especially did he talk about the
stationed, because of H.e illness of women fainted and had to be given place the colored veteran is to !
first ald. Ross operates the Rep take in the American way of life in
his wife, Mrs. Ozelma Justice
tile Institute at Silver Springs. the immediate future. II
Fields, who will undergo an opera-
tion at the Everglades Memorial I ,
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believe that sanctification is the by
Hospital on Monday. Ensign Fields process

was granted a 3G-day emergency which, according to the will of God, \re are made
leave and made the trip from To-

port.kyo to Miami via Naval Air Trans- OPEN ALL NIGHT oO partakers of His Holiness; that it is a progres-

Yes. G. M. Pool returned Satur- shoe work; that it is begun in regeneration; and

day from Miami after spending a that it is carried on in the hearts of believers by
week at a hospital there recuperating Good Food Good Coffee

from an operation. the presence and power of the Holy Spirit the
Mrs Bill Bosworth is a visitor at p At All Hours p
Perry, Fla., this weekend. Sealer and Comforter, in the continual use vf the
Mrs. T. A. Ferguson, Mrs. T. L.
Burns and Mrs. B. Elliott, who attended I Do appointed means, especially, the Word of God,

the State WSCS Confer-/ self-examination, seU-denial, watchfulness and
ence last week, were accompanied BESTINTOWNRESTAURANT
to Tallahassee by Mr!. J. V. Thomas prayer
and daughter Nancy, who visit-
ed Mrs. Thomas's brother, State I !i ,
Lee, I
Budget Commissioner Terry
at Tallahassee and her parents infarianna. I! -Pahokee- p :: Paid Advertisement of the

: First Baptist Church, Pahokee Fla.2 .
Mrs Lee Rawls spent Sunday I
and Monday in Miami on a spring OGC OC ppLlppQp d

buying trip for Kahn's Department '
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Murray Martin son of Rev and:
Mrs. Fred L. Martin, is studying :
for the ministry at a theological : *
college in North Georgia. Murray I
preached his first rmon at the i ;
Methodist Church in Live Ooak, of i
which his father is pastor, last ( LJ I
Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Martin and "

children were residents of Pahoke! ,4 o J'cc.
while he was pastor of the Paho I
kee Methodist Church several P

years ago. I ?
Mr. and Mrs. James Beardsley! 'f \ 1 '
and son accompanied by Barry j
and John B. Roach of Merl''Ville,1 ,
Tenn., are expected to m
Pabokee today for a visit \\it.1 I Y 1Y
Mrs. Beardsley's mother, Mrs.
R. York. Mr. Beardsley J'j
received his discharge from
Army at New York where he way '!
Mr. and Mrs. George O. Schroder 'Tin 1
who have been the guests of
his brother and sister-In-law Mr
and Mrs. R. J. Schroder, in Paho-
kee for the past two months, will
Stca& Sew&
leave today for Chattanooga, cj
Tenn., where they will visit their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and iL :
Mrs. G. M. Schroder, before re-
turning to their home in Phila-

delphia, Pa.
Mr. and 1r8. B. S. Waring and .. '

children returned home Sunday j : 1 iI in" P llflf 1FI

after spending the weekend visit- w certainly Sun-Iiine "n'ice 1 c the jar) .

Ing his parrnts Mr. and Irs. 'M or all Irade'', Cool: IIlral, heat" hater I t'frigC'ri1lr-, the
H. Waring, In Madison.
Members of hte Pahokee Chap radio dues the work or a dOlen Lou,dlOlJ ten ant",. .

ter, Order of Eastern Star, who '
are attending the marine session ot r
the OES Grand Chapter of Florida
lit Miami Beach this week Include ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I11rrett, Mrs [J ''I f1
-.o, the I..hl o.-M'e
courpany rnice
Dennis Friend Irs. A. Q. Howell
\'. rwi T ) Ii is a fortlmunity builder a IJrf "hl fftI 'itu.m- '
MN. 11. C Graham, Mrs C ,; la'p3Jtr a ; ( ,
Denton Mrs. O. D. Carpenter ant I "orkin;: hard 10 attract new bovineawl iadulr. lu :anht
Irs. Esther LeFils. : in the dr, or .
; : tlol'rtltnt tt'rri ry in which il ol'.rat( '
Irs. Thomas Lynn and daught-
fr, Carolyn of Sarasota are visiting ,
her parfnts Mr and Mrs. .
Q. Howell, in Canal Point th A.I,

week.Mrs.. I C I ouT) \
L. M. MullLtg and daughter,
j 0-1 po.mll". "r flip. .h'tfch 0.,1Suo..Linr %
Mary, visited Irs. fuUis's Moth-
fro 11rs. Kate Hamilton, and sister, 'venire guc; to hurl. day or ltilll. I lfaa.. unlitJ"lnJf'o..iIililit'

trs. L. W. lIayt's, In West PalmIJeach l !' in the ttftlrunir: tie l'nlouLIt'dl), the mot

the past week.J. : J COD'fuirul cnice in juur Lome.fLO .
W. luUis, who llJ employed at :
the meat counter ot Table Supply a
Mere in vest Palm Beach spent
the weekend in Pahok'l iting
his parents, 1tr. and 1lrs. L.1.. R
Mullis.Sgt. .
3bs O'ConneR who is staticned -
at Camp Butner, X. C.,
WAS borne over the week end to, ID.Page .\ hOIQt1tilhI( P.w
visit her I'art'nts. Mr. and Irs. unu
Prank O'Conntll Sgt. O'Conntll "
had a tour day pass and had only
a brief visit at home. She expects '
however to be dt'taC'hf'from the ;
service in pttmbt'r :

.. /

Buy and use Easter Sear, they T
help those Its fortunate than '
yourself. Money Invested in Euttr ,
Stab stays tn your own rom- '

munity adults. to aid crippled children and II


Friday, April 12, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Nine

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Speaker Designate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 15 (1), Chapter 20058, Tracts 64 dt 65. Block 49.
Acts or 1941, and Section 61, Chapter 14117. Laws or Florid&. Palm Beach Farms
Lan << Florida Wants Teachers To
Company Plat No.3 10
Acts ot 1931 as amended by Section 11, Chapter 20658, Laws ot Florida. Acts ot u
1941, the following described land in Palm Beach County, Florida, to wit: Tract B.ach 66.Farms Block Company 49. Palm Have Pay Increase

DESCRIPTION Sec Twp. Rge Acre Plat No. 3 _____m___________. 5
Tract 67. Block 49. Palm
Lots 1 k 2. Block 8. Veda- Beach Farms Company DeFUNIAK SPRINGS Rep.
do as in PB 11 P 21 ------------ Plat No. 3 ___ 5
Lots 14 k 15. Hl1lsboro Tract 94. Block 49. Palm Thcma3 D. Basley, speaker designate .

Park, a Subdt' in Town Beach Farms Company of the 1917 House of Rep-

Belle Glade as in PB 18 Plat NO.3 _________ _.._.______ 5
P 11 _______________.____________ 22 43 rl: ? fntati\'es.. who recently pro-
Lot 14. West Trail Park Tract 95. Block 49. Palm
posed a 25 percent pay raise for
being a Subdt' or Tract Beach Farms Company
50 as in PB 11 P 31 _____________ 35 43 42 .18 Plat :t il ----- 5 Florida school teachers, announced .
Ci-49--P i iI
I Tract
Lot n, West Trail Park this week that while he was
being a Subdl ot Tract I Beach Farms Company
50 as In PB 11 P 31 _________ 35 43 42 .18 Plat No. 3 ___________________.____ 5 "wi1lin to await further developmrets -
I Tracts 97 to 99 tnc.. Block
Lot 13. West Trail Park I before further encouraging
being a SUbd1V ot Tract 49. Palm Beach Farms
50 as in PB 11 P 31 ?_______ 35 43 42 .1E'.i Company Plat No. 3 __________ 15 the proposition", if evidence revealed .
OF SE'. OF NE!. OP Tract 2. Florida fruit
36 43 41 5 Lands Company SuMlv _______ 13 n 40 I that the money is available
SW.4 -------------------------
Tract 8. Block 9. Palm Tract 4. Florida Fruit he would not hesitate to insist on
Beach Farms Company Lands Company Subdlv ________ 13 4'7 40
its being used for the relief of tmderpaid -
Plat NO. 3 _________..-_____ 30 Tract 7. Florida Fruit .
Tract 76. Block 45, Palm Lands Company Subdlv ______ 13' 4'7 40 teachers. lie said, "I am
Brach Farms Company Tract 8. Florida Fruit .
Plat No. 3 ___________________ 5 Lands Company Subdlv ___________ 13 4'7 40 heartily in favor of the new buildings
Tract 10. Florida Fruit that are being constructed at
Tract 77, Block 45, Palm Lands Company SuMlv _________ 13 4'7 4C
the State and the
Beach Farms Company Tract 15. Florida Fruit Capitol, plans

Plat No. 3 _______________ 5 landi Company Subdlv _______ 13 4'7 40 to construct additional buildings
Lots 509 k 510. Block 13.
College Park as In PB 3. Tract 16. Florida Fruit there but a building can walt,

P36 ___________________ 15 44 43 Lands Company Subd1' _n_________ 13 41 4C while a generation of school teachers .
Lot 2. Block 18. Hill Crest Tract 6. Block 81, Palm '

85 in PB 12 P 9 __________________ 33 43 4e Beach Farms Company cannot:
Lot 14. Block 111. HI1l Crest Plat No. 3 ________________-_____ 5 Beasley pointed out that tbeComptrolJer's
at in PB 12 P 9 _______________.___ 33 43 43 Tract 7, Block 81. Palm
Lot 3. Block n. Hill Crest Beach Farms Company report indicated

as In PB 12 P 9 _________.___ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 _________________________ S there Is ample money in the
Lots 12 to 14 Inc.. Block Tract I, Block 58. Palm
n, Hill Crest as in PB Beach Farms Company treasury to provide the increase

12P9 ____________________ ___ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 _____-n.___._.._____.__.__ . 5 and suggested that some of plans
Tract 2. Block 58. Palm
Lot 15. Block 22. H1ll Crest
as In PB 12 P 9 .....__.________ 33 43 43 Beach Farms Company for new capitol center buildings
Und.Ii of Lots 950 do 951. Plat No. 3 ______u_________________ 5 might not be nrcessary.
Block 21. College Park Tract 3. Block 58. Palm
Addition No. 2 as In PE12P20 Beach Farms Company The Governor stated that there

__________.._..___.__..._ Plat No. 3 ______________-____....._._ 5 was no surplus in the school fund
Tract 4. Block 58. Palm

Tract I, Block 19. Palm ._ :. Beach Farms Company and that receipts from taxes speci-
Beach Farms Company .It j', Plat No. 3 ______________________ 5
for teachers' salaries
Plat No. 3 _______________.._ .. .... 10 Tract 5. Block 58. Palm finally
Tract 2. Block 19. Palm _. Beach Farms Company would fall about $2,000,000 short

Beach Farms Company : .: Plat No. 3 _______________.__.___._.. 5
Plat No. 3 ______ _____ 10 Tract 8. Block 58, Palm of the $18.000.000 annual appropri-
Tract 3. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company ation.

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______________________ 5 ---. . -
Plat No.3 _______________ 18 Tract 7. Block 58. Palm
Tract 11. Block 19. PalmBeach Beach Farms Company Fabric of the future will be mildew .
Farms Company Plat No. 3 -------------------M. ._ S
Plat No. 3 .__.._.___._.._?,___ 10 Tract 8. Block 58. Palm proof, waterproof and flame
Tract 12. Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company proof, thanks to a process known

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Beach Faring Company Plat No. 3 ___ ____
Plat No. 3 ___ _.___.__ 10 Tract' 25. Block 58, Palm as "Permaproof", developed by B.
Tract 13. Block 19. PalmBeach Beach Farms Company F. Goodrich and TreesdaJe labora-

Farms Company Plat No. 3 ________-__.______________ . 5
Plat No. 3 _______________.__ 10 Tract 26. Block 58. Palm . tories of Pitts burg.
Tract 14. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company '

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ______________________..__ 5 I.\\'OR'S PROCLAMATION TO TilEQU.UFlED
Plat No. 3 _____________.__ 10 Tract 27, Block 58. Palm ELECTORS OF TilE
Tract 15. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company Cny OF P.\UOKEE, FLORIDA
Btach Farms Company Plat No. 3 n________._________ 5 WHEREAS, Pursuant to the Charter

Plat No. 3 _______ _?_____ 10 Tract 28. Block 58, Palm and Amendt'nts tht'reto. duly adopted
Tract 15. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company ordinances or the City ot Pahokt't',
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______________________.... 5 Florida and the General Lan thereto

Plat No. :3 -__-m____?.____ 10 Tract 29. Block 58. Palm pertaining. there will be held In the
Tract 25. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company City ot Pahokt't'. Florida on the 7th

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____________________. 5 and 14th days of May, A. D. 1946. the
Plat No. 3: ________ _______ 10 Tract 30. Block 58. Palm general or annual elections for the
Tract 28. Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company purrxee ot electing three Councilmen

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___ ._____________.__ 5I ot the City ot Pahokee Florida, and a
Plat No. 3 _____________________. 10 I Tract 31. Block n 58. Palm Mayor. Clerk and Marshall thereof and
Tract 27. Block 19. Palm I. Beach Farms Company WHEREAS, the City Council of the

Beach Farms Company I Plat No. 3 _._._.._.... 5 City ot Pahokte, Florida on Tuesday,
Plat No. 3 ._.___________.._.___..__ 10 Tract 32. Block 58,Palm ? the 26th day ot March A. D. 1946. at
Tract 28. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company a regular meeting duly adopted a Resolutton

Beach Farms Company .- _... , Plat No. 3 ________ 5 calling said election on 1&14
Plat No. 3 .__--_.______.._...__ 18 Tract 33. Block 58. Palm ? dates and directing the Mayor of the
Tract 29. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company City or Pahokee, to tr.sue his proclAmation -

Beach Farms Company Plat NO.3 _________________.._ 5Tract. therf'Of.
Plat No. 3 _____ \ 10 34. Block sa, Palm NOW, THEREFORE I. o. B. McClure.,
Tract 30. Block 49. Palm Beach Farms Company Mayor ot the City of PahokH, Florida

Beach farms Company Plat No. 3 _____________.._____.__... :1 hereby give notice and make
Plat No. :3 ___ 5 Tract 35, Block 58 Palm t proclamation that there will be held
in the City or Pahokee, Florida In
Tract 31. Block 49. Palm Beach Farms Company
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____________________ S the City Hall therein on the 7th
and 14th days ot May A D. 1948.betnen .
Plat No 3 ._____.____. 5 Tract 36. Block 58, Palm the hours ot eight o'dIXk
Tract 33. Block 49. Palm Beach Farms Company a. m, and sunset of said day the

Beach farms Company Plat No. 3 __________________. 5 general or annual election for the
Plat No :3 .__.._ _____.._________ 5 thin Cuncllmen
Tract 37, Block 58. Palm purpose of electin'
Tract 3-1. Block 49. Palm
and Marshall of uld
Beach Farms Company a Mayor
Beach Farms Company Plat NO.3.______________________ S City each ot whom shall serve until
Plat No. :I __._______._________ S the first Mon-
Tracts 38 & 39. Block 58, the first Tuesday after
Tract 35. Block 49. Palm
Palm Beach Farms Com- day in Nay, A. D. 1948. and or until

Brach Farms Company pany Plat No. 3 _-________.___..__ 10 their successors In office are elected
Plat No. 3 _____ ________ 5
Block Tract 40. Block 58. Palm and qualtt1td.
52 k
Ttacta 83.
Beach Farms Company IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hue
49. Palm Beach Farms Plat No. 3 ___. ___.__________ a hereunto set my hand and if flied
Company Plat No.3 .._...___ II
Tract 57, Block 58. Palm the official real of said City this
Beach Farms Company day of Much, A. D. 1940.

Plat No. 3 ____ ___________.______ 5 O. B. McClure, Mayor
Tract 58. Block 58. Palm Pub 5. 12. 19, 28, May 3. 19018.
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Beach Farms Company --- -

Tracts 59 & M. Block 53. DEALERS
Palm Beach Farms The City of Pahokt't will recelvl

Company Plat No. 3 ___.____ 10 sealed bids up until I p. m, April 23.
J.V.. R ASH LEYJEWfLER Tract S2. Block 58, Palm 1948. at the office or the City Clerk
Beach Farms Company In the City or Pahok. Florida CD

: Belle Fla. Plat No.3 ____________ 5 One 1940 2-<1oor sedan, tompl.u.
Glade 1941 Tudor Font
Tract 83. Block sa. Palm The City has one
Beach Farms Company to be traded in on this new tar. Bidder -

Plat No. :3 _____________._.... 5 may enter bid and cot.eider thetradein.
Tract 64. Block 53. Palm .
Beach Farms COmpany The City rffofrtH the right to reject

Plat Nat _____ ____ STract any and aU bid.
65. Bloc----------------- CITY 0' PAHOKJE,
n ch Flinn.. Company

PlAt No. :3 _____..___________ I By W. P. Walker City
Tract CS6. Block 58 Palm Clerk.
Beach FArms Company Pub. Liar 29, April 5. 12. 19 1946.IN ,

Plat No. :3 __._ .d___..________.. 5
Tract 61 Block 58. Palm
Plat No. :3 _, ___ ___-_____ I fOR PALM wACII COUNTY,
A. Servant of the
Tracts 63 do 69. Block 58. n.ORIO'.
Palm Beach Farms In flunt.n Na Un1

Company Plat No. 3 .__________ 10 PATRICK r WOODS.
Tracts 70 k 71. Block 58. Plaintiff.
Palm Beach Farms n

To Miami Company Plat No.3 -_______ 10 ALICE C WOODS.
4 Buses : Tract 72 Block 58. Palm Defendant APPEAR
Bach Farms Company NOTICE TO
Tn 11'eat Palm He6t1a Plat No 3 -----..---__ It le hereby ordered that you
Tract 95 Block 58. Palm Alice C Woods whose residence sec

Daily To "I I'er & 1.1kelandI Beach Farms Company particularly u 11 known to the PlaIn-

Plat No 3 _______..--..,,... S tiff 11. c-o Minnie CUnnlnrham. 4019Gunther
Tract 96 Block 58. Palm Annu. Dronl. New York you
Beach Farms Company being tM Defendant tn this ra st. are

Plat No 3 . __ S required to appear in person or byattorney
- ------ -
na-t r. Block 58. Palm on the lSth day of April
I Beach Farms Company A D 1948 to the Bill c.f Complaint tiled
Glades Motor Lines Inc. : .
Pla.t No 3 __m_____--4 --- S against you tn this nwe in the Ctt-
Tract 98 Block 58. Palm cult Court c.t the Fifteenth Judicial
I Beach Farms Company CIrcuit In and for Palm 'AUb County,

Plat No 3 . _______ I Florida herein Patrick P. WoodI M
SER\'lN'G TilE GLADES" Tract 99. Block 58. hIm the Pla1nWr and the nUt sought b&-
R"eth Farms Company log a decree of divorce. othnw1le UwaJl"IaUOM

Plat No 3 ____._u-- -----. st flf said Bill or Complaint
Tract 100 Block 5.4. PalmBeach ,111 be taken as conferred by you. ItI
t hereby further ordered tt.at this
Farms Company
notk'e bfo P'lblkb4'd for fOlIar etrieeeutlte -
._ sI
Plat S') 3 .u. ___
Yreka In the Eft-trIAd New a
I Tract 101 Block 58. Palm
Beach Farms CompanyPlat n""P&Pf'r of .MAJ circulation pub.itsbed
So 3 -S in 1M County "hfortoto thus
Tract 101 Block 51, PatsBeach Court 11 loratedWltae
my band and s.ti Farms Company
Pitt No 3 _______ si Circuit qrt tn anA for Palm Beseb
J'or1da.] the Uth day dMarch.
51. PalmBeach
Tract 101 Block:
i Farms Company A D 1948, at West Palm atb.P'er1da .

P'.at No 3 _ ...._ 5I
Tract 104 Block 51. Palm J AU.x AJt'i"n'EAJ
I Beach Farms CompAny Circuit Court Clerk

1 1 Plat No 3 - .- ____u___ 5 4CJcu1t Coon &a1l
I Tract 121. Block M. hD By paddle P. Plant
Beach Fume Company AJ Deputy Clerk

I I Plat tin 3 ....m ---- Icomxt"ID P. A cum. plaintiff's Attorney
i ON l'OU.01miO AOI Pub: W n, 22,39," Apr. S, A. D,1444

Ten The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday April 12, 19t6

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DESCRIPTION See. Tw,. Rle. Acres DESCRIPTION Sac. Twp. Rge. Aer Glades Bus Crashes

Tract 48. Block 28. Palm
Tract 122. Block 58. Palm Beach Farms Company Into 52 Shaken
Beach Farms COmpany Plat No. 3 __n_.________________ 10 Tree;
Plat No. 3 _______--- 5 Tract 49, Block 28. Palm
Tract 123. Block 56. Palm Beach Farms Company Not Seriously Hurt

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _________________________.. 10
Plat No. 3 ______________ :I Tract 50. Block 28. Palm -
Tract 124. Block 58. Palm Beach Farms Company Narrowly escaping serious Injuries -

Beach Farms Company Plat No.3 __.____________________.__ 10
Plat No. 3 __w._________ 5 Tract 51, Block 28. Palm 52 passengers were shaken
Tract 125. Block 58. Palm Beach Farms Company up when a Glades Motor Lines bus

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___________._____________ 10
Plat No.3 __________- 5 snapped a front axle and crashed

'l'ract 126. Block 58. Palm Tract Beach 52.Farms Block Company 28. Palm into a tree near the state prison

Beach Farms Company I Plat No. 3 u______-___________..._ 10 farm between Pahokee and Belle
Plat No. 3 _____________- Tract 53. Block 28. Palm
Tract 121. Block 58. Palm Beach Farms Company Glade, Saturday afternoon.

Beach Farms Company 5 Plat No. 3 _______________________..._ 10 According to State Highway
Plat No. 3 ________________ Tract S4, Block 28, Palm
of Pa-
W. R. ,
Tract 128. Block 58. Palm Beach Farms Company Patrolman

Beach Farms Company 5 Plat No. 3 __________________._ 10 bokee the bus was driven by Clif-
Plat No .3 _____________ Tract 55, Block 2L Palm and
Lake Worth
Woodland He1ihts ton D. Gammon
Lot 6. Beach Farms Company
4 it 43 .
as In PB 11 P 3.5 ______ Plat No. 3 _____________________._... 10 the accident cecured at 5:15 p. m.
Lot 5. Block 15. Ved&4o Tract 56. Block 28, Palm ,
as In PB 11 P 21 ---- Beach Farms Company . ..

Lota 538 dr: 539. Block U. Plat No. 3 _._.______uu____...._. 10

P36 College._ Park. as in PB--3-..- ..-.-.-. 15 41 .3 Tract Beach 58.Farms Block Company 28, Palm Canal Point 4.H Girls

Lots 21 do: 2t,Block 12.Hlllcrt'8t Plat No. 3 ___________________ 10
as in PB 12 P t____
Tract 59, Block 28. Palm Present Program
Lots 20 4s 21. B&1le"a Subdivision Beach Farms company

of Tract S &II In 29 C 31 .U I Plat No 3 ________________...._.?_.. 10 -
PB 18 P 28 _____________ 4.H of Canal Point
The girls
Tract 60. Block 28. Palm
Lot 12. Block 5. BeplAtot Beach Farms Company gave a very interesting program

Mercer Park as in Fa 23 n 43 Plat No. 3 _______________._____.._ 10 .
P. T. meeting
at the regular
12 P 33 W!; of Tract 61, Block
Tract 11. Block 26. Palm 28. Palm Beach Farms held in the Auditorium on April

Beach Parma Company Company Plat No. 3 -_______.._ .
included dem.onstratlonsthe
Plat No.3 --------------- Ei ot Tract 61. Block 28. t.' ' 3 rd. The program
Lots 16 to 26 inc.. Block Palm Beach Farms Com making a bed

8. West date Estate pang Plat No. 3 ____n_____.__......_ 5 of table
(Northern Section) as in 3,3 43. 43 Tract 62. Block 28. Palm I i! llr! f at.Ja 1 Ie. setting a table and care
PB 8 P 38 _______
Beach Farms Company 4tf: U re: linen. The cleaning a room
UND !z of Lot 24, Block Plat No. 3 _.__________________._._ 10 correct
I, Rtplat of Mercer Parkas Block 28. Palm t I I arrangement of flowers,
2.S U 43 Tract 63. lit
33 -
In PB 12 P walk-
Beach Farms Company standing
I t posture in sitting, ,
UND of Lot 2t. Block Plat No. 3 _______________n____.._.. 10 of
Replat of Mercer Park ing and running, the candling
Block 28. Palm
____ 21 n 43 Tract 64. .
33 _
u in FB 12 P Palm Beach Farms Company .. . ,. eggs and displayed several hand
Tract 3. Block 28. Plat No. 3 ____________________ 10
Beach Farms Company Tract 1, Block 2'1, Palm made conveniences in
Plat No.3-- -Palm-- Beach Farms Company improvement.
Tract 5. Block ..tPla.t I Plat No. 3 10
of the ten
Beach Farms Company Joann Platt was one
No.3 _______-_____ 10 Tract 2. Block 21. Palm in the County who
Tract G. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company L' ,' I lucky girls

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____-_____-__________-_.. 10 qualified to enter the Chick contest .
_____________ 10 I ,
Plat No. 3 Tract 3, Block 27, Palm' sponsored by Sear's Roebuck
Beach Farms Company
Tract 'I, Block 21. Palm Plat No. 3 _____________________._____ 10 & Co. She was given lOt chick3.

Beach Plat No.Farms 3 __Company________________. 10 Tract Beach 9. Farms Block 21.Company Palm : Joan is a good 4-H girl for she

TrACt 8. BlOCk 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _______n___________.___. : 10 has only lost three of the chicks
Plat Beach No.Farms 3 _------------------ 10 Tract Beach 10.Farms Block Company 27. Palm and if you think she doesn't know

Tract i. Block Company 28. Palm Plat No. 3 __ _____n- 10 how to care for chicks, you just
Beach Plat No. 3 ___________________.__. 10 Tract Reach 12.Farms Block Company 2'1. Palm : .. : drop around to her house and see
Tract 10, Block 18. Plat No. 3 _u_ .________un- 10 them.
Beach Firma Company _
____. 10 Tract 13. Block 2T, Palm Mrs. Oliver
Plat No. 3 ___ ---- ------------ The local leader,
Beach Farms
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm Plat No. 3 _u__________________. 10 Hatfield, announced that the Coun-
Beach f'arm& Company .
Plat No.3 _,,__ ________________ 18 Tract 14. Block 2'1, Palm r ty Achievement Day for the Glades
Beach Farms Company
TrACt Beach 11 Farms BlOCk Company Palm Plat No. 3 ____________________.._._ 10 section of the County will be held

Plat NO. 3 _______________________ 10 Tract 15. Block 21, Palm '"1"'" '.. in Canal Point lunch room on May

Tract 13. Block 21. Palm '. Beach Farms Company l' .d' is invited to come
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __ ____uun___ ,' r 10 4th. The public
Plat No. :3 ___--------------- 10 Tract 16. Block 2'1. Palm I I"-j; if'} .' ..'i .N1.e. r. and see what the girli have been
Beach Farms Company .tPI S' "; 1 lt.
lock 28, Palm in their dub work.
Tract U. Plat No. 3 _--___________-----___- '".I'IfJI.: "oll doing

Plat Beach No.Farms 3 _____Company_________________ 10 Tract 17, Block 27, Palm ",'ft"1.4'I 4.,0" I, '11"W Canal Point Club holds the only
28 Palm Beach Farms COmpany 'I two sew in the
15 BlOCk Certificate with
Tract Plat No. 3 ______nm_____ ,n! J i.1 tI
Beach Parma Company Tract 18. Block 2'1. Palm ]. :veq a ,. ,g,t and they are working hard
Flat No. 3 _____________ 18 .' County
18 Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company r''J:! Ca" 1 r1f.I1! first again this year.
Tract hold place
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __--___..______..__ 10 to

Plat No. 3 _____________________ 1 10 Tract 19. Block 27. Palm ---car--
1'1 Block 28. Palm i Beach Farina Company
Tract Company Plat No. 3 _----_____________.____.... 10
Beach Have You Bought
Plat Na 3 __.___________________ 1 10 Tract 20. Block 2'1. Palm
18 Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company iPlal .
Beach Farms Company No. 3 ____udumuuu__ 10 Your Easter Seals?

Plat No. 3 ____--______._____ 10 Tract 23. Block 2'1, Palm '
II, Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company
TrACt Beseb Farms COmpany Plat No. 3 __nn_____________ 04 18 TAMPA An ever.increaslng

______._________. .
Plat No. 3 ____ 10 Tract 24. Block 27, Palm program of aid to physically handicapped
Tract 20. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company Mn.
cited by
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __.._________________.. 10 persons was
Plat No. 3 __________________ 10 Tract 25. Block 21. Palm I Louise C. Trigg ,State executive

Tract 21, Block 28. him Beach Farms Company of the Florida Association -
Beach Farms company Plat No. 3 -- --_______________ .. 10 secretary

Plat No. :3 ._____________.._..__ . 10 Tract 26. Block 21. Palm for Crippled Children and
Tract 22. Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company in calling attention to the
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____.___.-u.\ 10 Adulst
Plat Na 3 -- ------- 13 Tract 2'1, Block 2'1, Palm annual drive for the sale of Easter
Tract 23, Block 21Palm Beach Farms Company does the organi-
Beach Firma Company Plat No. 3 --________________..__ 18 Seab. Not only
Mat No. 3 ,..--_._-. ---------- 18 Tract 28. Block 2'1. Palm rt.! tii i dg: zation provide nursing medical
Tract 24, Block 31, Palm Beach Farms Company but with fund
Beach Parma Company Plat No.3 -- ______uuu.__.__ 11 and hospital care
Plat Na 3 ------ -------.---.-- II Tract 29. Block 21. Palm from last year's Easter Seal sate
Tract 25. Block 28., Palm Beach Farms Company to provide Instruction -
Beach Firma Company Plat No.3 _-._________________...._ 1. it wu possible
Plat No. 3 ----------------.--- 10 Tract 30. Block 27, Palm and special training to many
TrACt 21. Block 21. Palm Beach Farms COmpany well as
Beach Farina Company Plat No. 3 n__n_______________ 10 handicapped persons as

Plat No. 3 _____-__________ 10 Tract 31. Block 21, Palm establish a store through which
Tract 21. BlOCk 21. Palm be Bold.
Beach Farms COmpany their handi-work can

Beach Farm Company PlAt No. 3 . ________..._ 10 will
Plat No.3 __________ 11 Tract 32. Block- -21, Palm The we of Easter Seals

Tract 21. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company continue through April 21 and the

Beach Parma Company Plat NQ. 3 -___ ______...__ 10 to be in
Plat No. 3 _ 27.Palm public iJ urged generous
------- - 10 Tract 33. Block
Tract 30, Block 28. Palsy Beach F&r1J1.Company their purchase of these colorful:
Beach Farms Company Plat NQ. 3 __._________........._ IITrt.et that do much to
Plat Mo. 3 little stamps ao
------------ 10 38. Block 21. Palm
Tract 31. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company bring hope and comfort to the un.fortunate. .

Beach Parma Company Plat No. 3 ____________u____._... 10
Plat No. 3 ____-____ 10 Tract 39. Block 21. Palm .
Tract 32. Block %S. Palm Beach Farms Company -..

Belch Parma Company Plat Na 3 _______.____.____..._..__.. 10
Plat "0. S ______......... 10 Tract 40 Block 21. Palm m:s's BIBLE CLASS
Tract 33, Block 21. Paint' Beach Farms Company

Beach Firma Company Plat No. 3 -- _____ ______..___...... 10
Plat No. 3 _______u____ 10 Tract 41. Block 21. Palm T'It"cnty-one u-sen1cemen and
Tract 3t. Block 28. Palm Beach Parma Company
uniform attended the sex
Beach Farms Company Plat No.3.. _______uu________ 10 one in
Plat No. 3 .__________ 10 ion last Sunday of The Pahokee
Tract 35. Block 28. Pa1m Tract 42, Block 21, Palm
Bach Fauna Company Beach Farms Company Men's Bible Class. a record for the

Plat No. 3 ______________ 10 Plat No. 3 __u.uu________.. 10 cla3s.; These were the recipients
Tract 43. Block 27. Palm
Tract Beach 311.Farina Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company of copies of "Good by to G. I.", a

Company Plat No. 3 __ _.___._____.._.._... .
Plat No. 3 ..___ .___________- 10 N. 10 recently written book by an exerviee
Tract U. Block 27, Palm
Tract 3'7, Block 2e. Palm Maxwell Droke. The
Beach Farms Company man
Beach Farms
Mat No. 3 ..___Company______________ 10 Mat No. 3 __ _.______u.un___ 10 total attendance wu 13. A new
Tract Block 27. Palm
Tract 38. Block 25. Palm
based on Ita-
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company cries of teachings

Plat No. 3 __________ 11 Plat No. 3 --------------------S..... 10 sons in the New Teatament Vti11 be
Tract 31. Block 2e Palm Tract 46. Block 27. Palm
next Sunday
Beach rums Company Bf'arh Farms Company resented beginning

Plat No. 3 .,__._.....______- 10 Plat No. 3 --------------------q.__ 10 by the teacher Rtv. C. A. {()berr.
Tract 47. Block %7. Palm
Tract 40. Block 21. Palm
Beach Farms Beach Fann' Company The Clan Quartet will ling tbree

_Company Plat NO.3. --- -__...______.. 10 who do not
Mat No. 3 ,__ ___--- 10 ultdior.J. To those
Tract 27, Palm
54. Block
Tract 41. Block 28. Palm'
Beach Farms Beach Farms Company know what It is to participate inor

__Company__ ___ Plat No. 3 _______uuu_._ 10 of some 15
Plat Na 3 ___.___ 10 listen to a group
Tract U. Block 24. Palm Trut 55. Block 71. Palm unlee u conducted
men In a song
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company

Plat Na 3 _ .___u___ 10 Pat No. 3 ___ _________..___._ 11 by Leader R. Cowart a treat 1.1 in
Tract 43. Block 2S, Palm Tract M. Block 21. Palm stort. A mOlt cordial Invitation
Brach Firms Company Beach Farms Company

Plat Na 3 __.______ 10 Plat No. 3 _. _..____......___...___.... 10 is extended to aU unaffiliated men
Tract U. Block 28. Palm of' the community. service men inand
Beach Parma Company aka tit offered for ale at public outcry for the bghest and beat tub bid, IUb'foCt -
Plat No. 3 to tM right of tM Board of Comm1M1oDm 01 Di tf11&4N DralnaCt Dur.rcio out ot the service and viJUors.
---- 10
Tract 45. Block -25.- Palm reject any and aU bids. at the Courthouae, twotnntnJ at 10110 O'Clock A Mm The daD sill mttt this Sunday tortht
Keith hnns Company the 10th dLT ct Mar, 1944 Easement tot dralnate and mJunaUon aM rid

Plat No. 3 .________- 10 )urpcPbea 11111 tit rttnfd Fifty percent (Sirsc, 01 at o1L CU mineral rchUetu last time 111 the Lions building

Tract 44. Block 28. Palm also tit reserttd. at the usual hour of 9U.: &ut.tr .
Bach Farms Company BOARD or COilllISStosms or
ptat No. 3 ___..___._.____- 10kt'h EnROLADES DlUr.UO DtsT1Ucr Sunday will find a class of at
Tract 41. Block 2L Palm BY J AtzX AR. rm. u aent forcall l alt a hoped for 154 in the n-ew
Farms Company baarl.'ubl
Plat Na 3 -- -- __.._____n__ 11 ah. Aprtl 5th. 12th and IPit 1m building on Bacom: Point (toad.Page .

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