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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate Title: Belle Glade news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1946
Copyright Date: 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Volume ID: VID00444
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Estak/ished 1924


June 21, 1946


Sumer Day Rev. A. J. Lively Is
o Be ed ASpeaker At Lion Meet
T H l I R v A J Lively, m ister of the
Pahokee Episcopal Church, was
City Park est speaker at the weekly lunch-
eon of the Lions Club in the Lions
Hall Tuesday. He spoke on "World
The City Recreation Department Peace." He was introduced by
will sponsor a Summer Day Camp Frank Rozelle, program chairman.
for Boys and Girls, ages 6 to 15, The Rev. Joe A. Tulle, pastor of
at the City Park under the super. the Methodist Church in Braden-
vision of coach Steve Brown who ton, was present and also spoke
is City Recreation Director. The briefly.
Day Camping program will begin J. M Elliott. retiring president.
Monday, June 24 and end. August thanked club members for their
9. spler.'id cooperation during his
Camping hours will be from 9:30 term of office.
A. M. to 12l00 A. M. In the morn- Carmen Salvatore reported that
ings and from 2:00 P M. to 4:30 $1,000 had been spent on the base-
P. M. m the afternoons Monday ball diamond at the City recrea-
through Friday. tional park. One carload of clay
A Upical day at Day Camp will has been placed on the field and
conasst of an aembly period.two additional loads, now awaiting
which will include devotions. Bible trantr'rtation m Lake Placid. will
PRnd F Prayer, son and an- be used to finish it off. The local
nuneements: Craft and nature baseball teams are using the Paho-
tudy periods: games, stunts and kee Migratory camp diamond until
athletic periods: swimming period: the local diamond can be com-
ad cloig period which win i- pleted.
elude story telling, skits, singing Dunean Padgett. newly installed
and closing exerdi president who presided, named
A rating will be given each boy Manning I. Keen as program chair-
and girl according to habits, at- man for the next three months. 0.
titud, god character, leader- Dan Carpenter was a visitor.
hip 1abllty, iterest and improve-
tat eradeart et Club Leaders At
City Pr M nroa t epiro n t
uae r no rpoahlity or Hi- State Short Course
bilty for the result of accidents.
asulta or damages of any nature The local leader of the Canal
or decription. Point 4-H club, Mrs. Oliver Hat-
Boy or Girl will be dismissed for field, returned on Friday from
breach of Day Camp Disciplne. ITallahassee where she attended
Tobacco in any form is abo- the Annual State Short Course in
lutely forbidden in camp. the 4-H work for 4-H girls and
aren't's Day will be observed at leader.. This was the 31st An-
the end of the Day Camping nual Short Course held in Talla-
Period. hassee for Florida 4-H club girls.
Parents are urged to bring their This course was directed by the

children to the City Park for regis-
tration Monday morring-We are
looking forward to having your
son and daughter with us and to
enjoying a very successful sum-
mer at our first Summer Day
Coach Brown is calling for vol-
untters among the adults and high
school boys and girls to assist
him during the summer.


The hoped for summer average
of fifty in attendance for the Pa-
hokee Men's Bible Class continues
to be the joy of the group This
Sunday will be the last for five
weeks for the teacher. Rev C A.
Moberg. who will leave with his

farmly for a vacation trip. early
Monday. The lemon. "Strengthen-
ing Bonds of Fellowship" Luke'

22 14-20: John 176-8, 20-21 Rev.
P. 0 Jernigan. Missionary to the
Seminole Indians stationed in
Brighton. will teach the class dur-
ing the pastor's absnec A most
tordul invitation to all unaffiiat.
ed men of the community, visitors
and service men. in and out of uni-
form, is extended. The class meets
Sunday at 9.45.
Persons having news itrnm for
pubhcation between noM and
Aug. I. will please get in touch
with Mn. R J Schroder in Paho-
M . R
+Mrs. G. B Ramey

Office of Home Demonstration
work. Florida Agriculture Exten-
sion Service, and was held in the
Florida State College for women.
SMiss Mary E. Keown as General
Director, with a host of other staff
workers from the state, each a
specialist in his or her own work.
such as. Gardening. Poultry. Cloth-


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"The Tr,:y DistinGuished Mmd
Prefers the Provnces'






the I
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to be
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vest Of 1000 Vacation Bible School Public HearingOn
Close Today
es Rm ie e Vacaton Bible Sho,l being Proposed Federal
conducted at the Pahoke, Baptist
Church ill loe Fda after a Celery Marketing
--- two week's session. I
rest of ramie on the 1.000 Following the regular morning Public hearings on a proposed
ramle plantation owned by session Friday the group will go ifderal marketing agreement for
Newpit Industries. eight to the City park for a picnic dinner
southeast of Canal Point, and recreational activities. The the Flrda celery industry will
ed this week Rev. C. A. Moberg, general super- be held in Florida by representa-
e small machines are being intendant of the school, is in ties of the Secretary of Agrcul-
oyed in the harvest because charge of arrangements and will ture. beginning at Sanford on
arge modern mill with a ca- be assisted by C. Steve Brown. June 27. it was announced today
y of harvesting 1.500 acres citv recreational director. A water- by the Florida Vegetable Conmit-
not be completed before Aug- melon Eating contest and potato tee.
races will feature the entertain- The meeting places and dates set
nd cutting crews are harvest- ment by the Secretary are: Sanford.
he new crop, which promises Sunday evening at the regular Court House. June 27-28-29; Belle
come one of the Glades lead- worship service the commencement Glade. City Hall, July 1-2; Sara-
idustries. But as son as the exercises will be conducted and sota. Court House. July 3 and 5.
is completed binders specially certificate. presented to the 134 According to Perry Whitehurat.
led to the harvesting of the pupils enrolled. A program com- Sanford, tIlery director of the
will be used. Approximately posed of numbers from each de- Florida Vegetable Committee, and
acres a day can be harvested apartment will be announced and one of the proponents of the pro-
a binder whereas it would two motion picture films, "Sweet posed agreement, the purpose of
a week for one man to cut an Bye and Bye," and "Rapture.", the hearings is to permit growers
,, Ih. uM J M Dm n, o will be shown. and shipper- of celery who favor

eLc ry an lU. r. 4. p- yJI
manager of the company, said.
The new mill will be entirely
mechanized. It will strip the fiber
wash and bale it ready for ship-
ping to textile mills where it will
be de-gummed and woven into
cloth. The mill at Canal Point
and asi the ate oAe Belle Glade
road are raw fiber processing mills
and do not apply the finishing pro-
cess to the fiber.
When the mill is completed it is
estimated that a carload a day of
the fiber will roll to textile mills.
The plant will process approxi-
mately 300 tons of the green
plants per day a total of 20,000
pounds of raw fiber. In addition
to the processing of the fiber the
Company will use the tops of the

News Columnist

or oppose federal regulations of
(elery marketing to offer testi-
mony supporting their viewpoints
"Florida produced more celery
this year than the national market

l could absorb at a profit to the
Was u t weakers," Mr. White t said.
_ Fand many of us believe the only
Carlton Montain. Hollywood. satisfactory w a y of djustng
columnist for the Miam Daily shipments to market demand is
News. was guest speaker at the through a federal marketing agree-
annual installation banquet andmet whh would put each
ladies' Night Friday at the Worn er and shipper on n equal bas.
an's Club building. His subject He explained that the agreement
was "News hat Fits He was could not become effective until it
introduced by Frank Rozelle pro- was signed by 51 percent of all
gram chairman. celery shippers, and approved by
Duncan Padgett was installed as two thirds of the growers partici-
president of the club. He succeeds patig n a referendum, either on
J. M. Elliott who has served in a ha-s of number of growers or of

plant for food for cattle. In con- that capacity for the past year
section with the processing mill Other officer., inducted were:
there is a food mill which will Edward A Jensen. first vice-prem-
chop and dehydrate and bag the dent: Chester A. Batchelor. sec-
food for shipment. Mr. Dempaey end vice-president. L V McClel-
said that two cars of the food will land, third vice-president. I J
be produced daily. The company, Frasure. Jr. secretarv-treasurtr,
has invested in the ramie project, Earl A iSpidern Lndrose, tail-
which is said to be one of the twister: Leon Spooner. Lion tamer
largest in the United States. a half Lewis Friend and Marshall Lair.

ing, Home Improvement and House million dollar, and 6 years if re- directors were both absent Zone
planning. Canning. Nutrition and .earth Mr Dempsev said CChairman Bbbhhy Johnson of West
Food Preparation, recreation, or- Land preparation for the planta- Palm Beach was installing officer
ganization. Devotional Training tion started in March of 1944 and Mrs H. C Graham was in charge
and Music. made the time spent the following August 500 acres of ,f the entrtamment for the even-
there well worthwhile for all Oth- iamile was planted This acreage me whl h, featured a male hedlitv
er Special Instructors. Miss Char- ha, h en increased ea-h \'e ,.ontetl Baliuties on parade were.
lotte Burbank of the St. Augustine rounding out 1.000 acres this Year Otto H BleRhe. J H Wili.n C (V
Gas Company. St. Augustine. Fla If the project prove< feassibl' Tat, ,renzo Connell and c'hap-
Miss Leota Carys of the Westing- Mr Dempsey .aid. the comp.ny lain A J Lively Chaplain Live-
house Electric & Mfg Company of plans to increase its plantation to iv w ,, c(lared winner in th. con-
Atlanta. Ga. Mr Don Hall of the 10.000 acres If the acreage i% test Others participating in the
Burpee Can Sealer Company of thus increased an expansion will entertainment were Mrs Manning
Burlington Ill Mr Hall with the have to be made to the mill ton Keen. Mrs J M Elliott and Boh-
canmne in eipment anti the fruit provide allequte f fcinlltis fwo the by Johnson.

bhng furnished those attending the harvest
canning classes. prepared, made Small quantities of the fiber has
and canned over 600 cans of been processed over a penrn of
Orange Marmalade. this along several months by the company.
with a generous contribution of Mr Dempsey said. totaling 20 or
clothing and money being prepar- 25 thousand pounds shipped to tex-
ed for shipmen to the Phillipmes tile mills
Mr Grant A Waddle and J A Construction of the large mill
Evans of the American Crayon was started last September but
Company of Sandusky. Ohio. gave due to the shortage in building
' lpf..l .rntruitlons in Stencil and materials the harvest was rsad\
Text:le Colors Mr H S Chang of before the mill was completed
(.iri;s no .s now in Flonda The ramie harest start in May
studying the work of the Agnrul- and continues to Octoher fillinr
ture Extre,-un Service and many the gap between the vegetable
ethers added greatly to the success harvest and providing employment
of the course for labor during the summer
The Canal Point leader along months here Three crops of ramie
with a leader from two other can be harvested in a year The

C. A Mcltosh is on a buying counties was called to the plat-
trp to Atlanta for Kaha'n stone form on Thursday to give te re-
ts mek. He wu accompanied port of the caning project to the
by M Mrl atel. Continued from page 5

Special guests were Otto P
Bleech. president of the local R',-
tarv Club. and Mrs Blrch Chap-
lain and Mrs Livelv an'l PIert
Petigrew of Weet Palm Beach
\%proxl.,ateliv 7'- att- ri-'


T er, w-Il he a ('- "'" e' th h
Game and Fresh Watr Fish Corn.-
mii-;on held at the Mario Ho'el
Orala Florida 'Iutrsday. J.Iyv 11
1946 10 A M
Th:s m-eting : called f'r the
",,rpOse of getting hunting Rules
and Regulat:ons for tte 194-47
hunting season The Commission

plant requires 60 days for maturity will be glad to hear from any In-
from the first cutting. The acer- terested persons or to receive rec-
age has to be replantd every seven ommendations from any tndrrtd
years. according to Mr Demnpay unl. group of individuals or clubs

the volume they ship. The pro-
posed agreement. he said, would
likely (ntan several methods of
reducing the available supply in

tiler when the committee created
hy the agreement demand necrs-
sarv. in ludimg elimination by
grade hv size, "r by volume in the
fidld Mr Whithhurst urged that
growers and shippers attend the
nileting in their repe Itve area


A meeting of all wildlife and
conservation nolded residents has
h-en called fir Friday evening,
June 21st t t e held in the Pa-
hokee Cit\ Hall, at 9 30 ,'iloxk
Daylight Savings Time Out (if
town .peaker' have been ilntacted
and a large crowd is urged to at-
tend the organization of our own
Pahokee-Canal Point Wildlife'
This area is famous for iit large
number of sportsmen, let s prlo(
it by a large attendance


The onmmeriement program of
the Pahnkee Baptist Vi, atIn
Bible School will tb prieentod
S ndva night at eight o crlok A
r7 ,.of w.,r'..p d-n.',r.ttration will be pre-
-*.r-d tlr the -.h'ool. with 'ontn-
he.t!i'rs hv t.h department. The
.'s al r program of pi-
* .r's "Hv'nnl r p. Sweet Rv and
By' anr! "It, Rapture" will con-
clude the offenngi An exhibition
of the handwork will be viewed Wv
all interested At the morning hior
of eleven the pastor wil prevh
'on Te Rapture" Special murt
will be redered



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The Everglades News Is
In Canal Point, Florida.

Paul Rarin -

Tank Gardens
Fresh vegetables will be gi
troops in Japan. Because the s
icans there are forbidden to
tank growing, thinks the an
for vast tanks covering an in
where radishes, lettuce, spinac
will be raised. When the pro
expects to be growing 800,000
Probably to be made of co
water, plus sterile sand or vc
for plant roots. The crops will
The Japanese are cooperatii
forward to inheriting the pro
insufficient to grow needed ft


(By Russell Kayi

Last week I joined the cavalcade
of proud parents who journeyed to
Tallahassee to witness the gradu-
ation of a daughter at the Florida
State College for Women. It is
events like this that bring reali-
zation that "old age" is creeping
Not having visited the capitol
aince the last legislative session. I
found many changes in the com-
munity, many new homes, new
business buildings and was sur-
pried at the progress that has
been made on the new South wing
of the capitol and on new construc-
tion at the State College.
Accepting an in vitatlon from
my friend Newton Perry. I spent
Sunday afternoon at Wakula

when your turn came you were
0, ~well repaid for the waiting. The
glass bottom boats handled with
Friday oars instead of a motor took mei
I back to an earlier day when Silver I

In fact. it wai a capacity crowd
from the standpoint of ability of
present facilities to care for The
spacious dining room at the Lodge
was hard pressed to care for the
hundreds who wished to lunch
It was a case of wait your turn
for a trip on the glass bottom
boats or the Jungle Cruise but

Prince Theatre

Pahokee, Florida

JINE 235-

fool fish made a few false starts.
He seemed to know that he was
tht center of attraction He
would swim up to the pole and
stop, then swim away. He acted
for all the world like a circus per-
frrmer building up an a t Thr
tommand, of the guide became I
firmer and more in-iqtent. I tig-
lued he was wasting both his!
tine and breath and then it hao-
pened,. "Hi-.'v" vaulted the pile.
,.ti, once, nut continued to do It.
ovir and over again. It wasn't
chance or an accident It was a
fish, of his iwn free will, in his
ovin native element, do=ln an
amazing trick for the entertain-
nent of an amazed ani inc rdul-
oni daiitlni'e. And Irl:ev, it or
not, he i os the trick hundreds
,if tinmis a dayv What makes him
ii, it: W~ll, that is the $84 quest-
Ion, Don't take my woid for it.
Go .-ee for yourself and if you can
figure it out "Till nme
But sharing the spotlight with
"Henry" is an equally impressive
performer The old 'Gator He
swims on the surface along side
your boat and at the command of
the guide, submerges beneath the
boat, turns a cartwheel or two and
comes to rest on the bottom. The
guide calls it "sinking the 'Gator".
And like the fish, the 'gator does
His act over and over again as
each new boatload of sightseers
arrive The whole thing is uncan-
ny and unexplainable, but I sw It
with my own eyes and'seeing is
believing Can it be the "Henry"
like Archie the coachroach has the
soul of a human and tranmig-
rated into a fish or, is he Theodore
Pratt's "Mr Limpet" without his
glasses' Anyhow. visit Wakula
Sprngs and make his acquaint.
ance It is an experience you'll
nev r f irget

Woman's Society To
Serve Lawn Supper

The S.r'i," n.-La:r Ir(;e >f the
Me't. I \'. Woman's Siety of
"'hr t:,n sevin r will -.,v- a ":-
V i .',pttr ,,n the th.r,' lawT
M-n lar i! 7 oO p mn FoUowing
tn'* ,- ai;r a .h' rrt sinre sessior
A Ii ', ,.ndic'tdu t', tl f.,il.IweF
ivy an ,dd-fashioned sing Mrs
Anrh B;ak :v chairman, 1 tn
charge ,f Arrangement, Mem-
brN and friends are invited to at-
; nd

Jimmy Shirley has returned
from iamu where he spent se-
eral days

.....In ne an t at i ll


Shelley Connel


i I

Springs operated with such equip-
Entered at the Post Office ment The skill with which these
as Second Class Matter. old darkies maneuver the cumber-
some boats always fascinate me.
Editor and Publisher The underwater world that
awaits one at Wakula Springs is
much different than is found at
Silver Springs but lacks nothing
brown in huge tanks for U. S. for genuine thrill and entertain-
soil in Japan is polluted. Amer- meant.
eat uncooked vegetables. The Star attraction is "Henry", the
ny is the answer. Plans call pole-vaulting fish, with a trained
stallation of some 40 acres 'gator running him a close second.
h, beans, and other vegetables Unless you have actually seen
ject hits its stride, the army "Henry" do his stuff you just cant
Portions of fresh vegetables believe such a thing possible
I have seen everything from
S trained seals to trained fleas but
nerete, the tanks will contain ever a creature like Henry". He
ilcanic ash to form a bedding is not a captive, but lives in his
be "fed" with plant food. own habitat in absolute freedom.
ng enthusiastically. They look He doesn't have to perform if he
ject. Arable land in Japan is doesn't want to and even the
iod.-Wall Street Journal. guides themselves cannot tell you
why he does or why he doesn't
Springs. The improvements that leave the springs as do thousands
have taken place at this attract- of other fish.
ive resort were startling. As our boat approaches the spot
The Lodge. destroyed by fire where the pole rests on the bottom
several years ago, has been rebuilt. some 30 toot under wate ihe
'A beautiful sand beach now re- gui g o "H "
place the former swampy shore Through the glass we could see
,"Henry". a sizeable black bass,
grounds have been landscaped and Henry". a seabe black
much equipment added. ut eat motionless but for an occasional
much equipment added, but great
.. .. .. wave of his fins. holding his posi-
care has been exercised to protect o i in holding his osi
and preserve the wild naturalton a short distance fro the
beauty of this charming spot. pole. The colored man kept urging
lthoughsomewhat off the beat- the fish to jump the pole. The
Although somewhat off te e- whole thing seemed ridiculous
n path that tourists travel. Wa- Surely the fish couldn't hear him
kula Springs is nevertheless a Like a spoiled child being coaxed
popular pleasure resort and I was to perform. "Henry" seemed to
really surprised at the size of the sulk. I was confident that the
crowd I found on my recent visit act would prove a flop Then the

Friday, Jun; 21, 1946

The Everglades News,. Canal Point. Florida

PRn Two

Friday, June 21, 1946 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Thin

To Conduct Services At Nazarene Church

Suzette's own need for mother- those who are not. However. I wil
Cinematic Chatter love causes her to embrace Flor- say this, if you attend the cinema
By Malcolm Millar ence. She forgives Florence and on the nights of this screening
Touzac, and Florence decides to re- you are going to see some of the
main. w4h thought that eventual- cleverest acting that you have seer
Another smash feature meritmg ly Suzete will be told that Flor- in a picture in some time Now
all this space in this column is ence and Karnn are one and the its up to you to decide whether
'This Love of Ours." which comes same." you are going to take it in.
to the Prince Theatre Tuesday- There you have the story. This See you at the*movies-Mal
Wednesday. June 25-26, and prom- film version was taken from the
ises to be on of the best dramas stage play of the same name which Mrs. Nellie Wood and son Roger
of this 'eason. had a long and healthy run in some of Ft. Pierce were the week-end
Stars of the piece are Merle of the worlds finest theatres guests of Mrs. Wood's brother and
Oberon. Charles Korvin and Claude There are those who are Oberon family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers
Rains, with Carl Esmond. Sue fans, and then again, there ate in Pahokee.
England, Jess Baker, Ralph Mor-
gan, Fritz Leiber and Harry Da-
venport prominent as the featured
supporting cast
Here is the storey "Dr. Michel Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
To Charl Korn. noted Shrubs Citrus
pathologist. returns to hi- Pasa-f i and narivties fr
dena home witr. Florence iMerle
Oberon,. He tells his household I your Selection.
that he met and married Florence
in Chicago while attending a medi- L A N D S C A P 1 N G
cal gatr.ring Actually. is re-
veakd in retrospect, he had married a ou ie it. I ae i 'cr'anl ed atid illipped to do
her twelve \ears previo'uslv n a thorough job Irll lanls to completion of planting
Paris when no was a medical stu-

The Nazarene Daily Vacation Bible School which was originally
ann-.umed to Ire-. W\edr.,tuiy. June 26 will instead begin .Mnday
morning. June 24tn. at 9 t.l! !I 30. A. M. All toys and g:rl. between
the agts of 4 and 16 ate .i.r t. to attend It will b condilted by
Luthtr and Nell Shaw, Okta:.t(...a City, shown above. Mr.-, Shaw
:as been connected with one 4 the leading mnu-ic companies of trn
S.uth. and for a number I Y-. rs a -n 1 staft tilter of thi
Jonlnal which this (o'lnparn v !i:blshe ':ii ls work. hndiwolk.
Bible Verses and other religious feature i .vill be g:vtn the children
and Mr-. Shaw presents illustrated talks :n oloIed lig:ts to demI-
onstrate some of the lessons being taught. Evening s9-vices will be
conducted throughout the two weeks, Sunday evening at
S:30 P M. Young people aie especially invited and much time will
he given the musical pait of tne program in charge of Rev and Mis.

Mrs. Lynn Elarbee \:siting
relatives in Crestview, Fla. this

Henry Freeman, state road in-
,;, :.., -pint the week end
his family in Miami.

d:nt and Fl.lnce a nuswi -how
enteitainei known as Karn.
Touzac na- abandoned her sud-
denlv. taking with him their 2-
year-old daughter. Susette iSue
England when he heard Florence
was unfaithful. He has not en-
countered her again until, at a gay
Chicago cafe. he saw her appear-
ing as piano accompianist to
Targe! Claude Rainsl, a rapid
sketch artist.
Meanwnril. Siuztte. believing
her mother to be dead. has en-
shrined ner memory She im-
mediately hates Florence and be-
omnes bitter and unhappy Targel's
unexpected arrival at the Pasadena
home and hi- deftness at sktching
Suzette's mental image of her
brother, make the child more un-

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Friday, June 21. 1946

The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida

Page Thre



Pat Four Tb vrldsNwCaa onFoiaFrdy ue2,1

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeau and Mrs. Grimes' mother. Mrs. C. A.
son Dick, former residents of Can- Shive are spending several weeks
al Point and parents and brother vacation in North Carolia.
of rMrs. Adahlne Stuckey accom
of Mrs. Oscar Chtain arrived in pained by her uncle and aunt from
Canal Point Wednesday for a visit. Orlando left this week for a vaca.
L. L Stuckey eft Saturday for Mr and Mrs. Leon Spooner ac- tron in North Carolina.
L. L. Stuckey Left Saturday for
Washington, D. C. where he at- compared by Mrs Spooner's' Miss Erma Durrance as attend-
tended a labor hearing. mother, Mrs. Charles Moran, are ing Bible school in Serverville,
Bill May and Harold Johnson visitmg Mr. and Mrs. James H. Tenn., this -ummer. She was ac-
are spending several days in Tam. Wilson in Foley. Ala. j companies to that city by her
pa this week. Mr. and Mrs George B. Ramey parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D Dur-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers and and children David and Pheobe rance who stopped back by Tampa
son John spent Saturday in Ft. Ann left Wednesday for a six to visit relatives and fiends.
ierce, weeks' vacation While away they i Mr and Mrs. J. T. Holden and
r. and Mrs. 0. M. (Mack) Mur-. will visit Mr. Ramrey's mother, n Tommie have moved to Paho-
phy left Monday for Miami where Mrs. Mattie Ramey and his aunt. I kee from West Palm Beach Mr.
they will spnd several weeks. iss Minme Osborn in Kansas and Holden will assist his father-i-
J. H. Brooker, who has been a h brother-in-law and sister, Mr. law. Don Hilher in construction
patient at the Everglades Memor- and Mrs. E. L Wallace and family activities in Pahoke
la Hospital in Pahokee for several in Ames. Iowa Later they will go M Thelma H er has return-
weeks has been transferred to a to Hartford. Conn.. where they will
hospital in West Palm Beach. visit with Mrs. Ramey's father, C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R Kaufman H. Williamson and from there to
left thi week for several weeks' New York City where they will
vacation with relatives in Albany spend some time with relatives
N. i and friends. They expect to re-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer has s turn in August.
their guest for a few weeks, Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle
Strayer's brother and family, Mr. and daughter Betty Jo of Braden-
and Mrs. Clarence Bowen and ton are the house guests of Mr.
children of Brunswick. Ga. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett this
L oyd Hundley. who is spending
a month with his family on Ft.
PALM B ACH Myers Beach, spent Saturday In
Pahokbee on busn ess. IndiiOmo Froc
COUNTRY CLUB Mrs L W. Armstrong will leave Including Fes
Sunday for Orlando to be with her i
GREN FE : sister, Mrs. John Bowers, a patient
WEEKEEND. 2 at a hospital there, who will under-
WEEKDAYS, $1.5 go an operation. I
SEASONAL MEuMBERSHS: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Libhart spent Fresh SJ
individual $0 Plans tax Friday in Miami.
v i tax Mrs. B. W Wood left this week
F ly . $75 pu tx for Lyons. Ga, where she will visit
Sandwich and her mother who was injured in a Gd Si
B rfall. S e c fallu
Bar Service Mr. and Mrs R. B. Boland are
visiting relatives and friends in Frers, Hens a
; Columbus, Ga F e
Mrs Mary McArthur who has
U IT n O N been visiting relatives in Avon (AAAAAA

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Don't delay. Put your car in
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Park returned to her home in Pa-
hokee Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs E F. Mcllwain and
children, Chandler and Jill acconm-
panied by Mr Mcllwain's mother
Spent two weeks at Surf Cottages
near West Palm Beach. They re-
turned to their home in Pahoker
this week.
Mr. and Mrs W M DuRo left
thib week for several weeks vaca-
tion in Alabama
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Crimes and
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to do tat is to come to us for sled, rlibe,
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Our expert mochanics-working with modem
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ed to her home in Pahokee from Mr. Speer is attending a short
Farmville. Va., where she was a course for County Agricultural
student at tne Teacners College ageIs at the University there.
there. She was accompanied ont R Cowart is visiting his wife
her return by her room mate. MiSs '"ho i- ill in Wauchula this week
La- Matthew- who will be her Mrs R Raulerson and daughter.
house guest. Nadine, have returned from North
Albert Cowart and J. W. Guthne Florida where they visited Mrs
spent the weekend in Wauchula. Raulerson's sister. Miss Eva Pay
Miss Betty Speer a student at Gamey While away they attend-
the State College fpr Women in led the graduation exercises at the
Tallahassee. is attending the Bap- State College for Women in Talla-
tist Young Peoples' assembly camp hassee. They were accompanied
at Ridgecrest, N. C. Following on their return by Miss Gainey who
the B. S. U. session she will visit will be their house guest for sever-
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. al weeks.
S. Speer in Dahlonega. Ga ? and L. C Norton has returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cheves in home in Nocatee, Fla. after visit-
Gainesvile. Ga. Later she will ing his son-in-law and daughter.
join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt and fanm-
L. Speer in Ganesville, Fla.. where ly in Pahokee.



The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida

Pae Four

Friday. June 21. 1946

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REUE.. r, 66

e a Is turiri ren ere
service to the young people
the men in the armed force
provid-.. wholesome recr
for all ages and groups in
He and his family were aL-i
active in the Youth For

Others in the home should
he doing the "grumbling"
if you haven't fully pro-
tectqd it, and everything
in it, with insurance.


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('HINCERY NO. !196
You are tereb' required to appear in
tile abo.e C ,.irt on the 15th da ou!
July A U 1M6 at the Court Hour
,i Wert Palm Bler.a Palmn Beach
Cuunt) Florida to aniur to the Bill
of Complaint fL)r DUl.,rce iled agahinit
vrio in the alhoe entitled Mue* and
EVERGLADES NEWS a nru-paper reg-
ulrly published in Palm Beach
CountV Floridah l hereby tdelgnated
us the newspaper tn which thi order
.hall be published once each week for
four con'ecr'ite weklv Liues
Beach Palm Beach County Florida.
thL., 6th dat of June, A D 194
J Alex Ariette
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Palm Beach County Flor-
iCircuit Court Seall
By Thddle P Plant
iThd Wldd.n Deputy Clerk
hadd Whtddl n
Attorney for Plaintiff
Pahoke Florida
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New Pahokee Pastor 4-H Club Leaders-

&. Continued from page 1
year for over-sea relief. Our report
was good but small compared
with the other two. One canned
one car load of vegetables and the
other had canned two car loads.
The more the cooperation the
greater the results.
v There were approximately 500
Hf l, in attendance including the 4-H
Girls Agents, Leaders, instructors
and other helpers The session
Closed on Thursday night with all
& persons attending the full course
receiving a certificate of Award
Sat the hands of President Doak S.
Campbell. President of the College.
and with a candle light service in
front of the Auditorium surround-
S ing the fountain where the 4-H's.
the Head, Heart. Hands and
Health-the four-leaf clover was
REV. C. 1. HOWES formed.
Others in attendance from the
Rev. C. T. Howes is considered County were: Miss Bertha Hause-
man. County Home Demonstration
to be one of the out standing Agent. Mrs. Mildred Michaud.
ministers of the Florida Methodist Asst. Home Demonstration Agent,
Conference, where he has served Mrs. Virginia Lee and nine girls
as pastor of many fine churches. from various parts of the county.
His last pastorate, before coming
to Pahokee was in the First Mrs R. Sam Mosley has gone to
Methodist Church of Key West New York City where her hus-
where he did an outstanding work band, Dr. Mosley is completing a
among the military personnel, de- medical course at Polly Medical
fence workers, and civilian popu- Clinic there. They will return to
lhtion. Pahokee this week and later go to
He was very active in commun- 'Miami where they will make their
ity and social uplift work and serv- home.
ed on important committees in
connection with the Community as fied Ad
Chest. Boy Scouts, and Lions Club.
He has also been secretary of the l led Ad
Key West Ministerial Association
for the past two years in which he SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
rendered excellent service to the cIaned and repaired Phone
spiritual well being of the churches 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c i
of the city.
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Friday, June 21. 1946

The Everglades News, Canal Point Florlds





PageBix he vergade New, Caa Pintfloida nday Jue 21 t~


wim, halfway across the world, two little children cry
bitterly from hunger. Children cannot understand the why of
Imager-they know only the gnawing pain, the piteous weak.
am A heartboke mother listens helplessly.
Their only hope-and the hope of million like them-is that
American will not be complace in a starving world... tat
you will share the abundace that is yours.
You are pledged to "Share a Meal Every Day," to help supply
carving people with fa and wheat products. But the need for all
foods is so desperate that you're asked to do more... to give
money to buy food, or give food in tin cans, and to give gener-
Whure ib food y.. giv will o. Contributions of caned
foods will be distributed free in wardevastated countries o
the basis of greatest need. .- -
Why food must be in tin cam. Food in tin cans can be
handled safely for distant shipments and travel over difficult

SWhy the nad is so dperat. The battles that brought
us icry scourged most of the countries that fought as our
allies. The worst drought in fifty years followed the war. Crops
failed throughout Europe and Aa. 500,0000 me, wons,
ad chui s m bae hgy ad slairm.


Morn ood an be obtined r a given
nounct of money when it is bought a
rally ad is large quaddtte Send cau
money order, or check o your local Ener
Mpac Food Collecon Commiue or to
Lee Marshall Executive Director, 100
Maide les, New York 7, N. Y
lean at any Emergency Food Collection
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Canal Point Baptist Church

Canal Point Methodist Church

Page Six

The Everglades News, Cana; Pomt, Florida

Friday, June 21, 1946

Friday, June 21, 1q46 The Everglades News. Canal Point, florida P:~e Sev

SMrs. Graham Present
Program At Meeting
2 Mrs. H. C. Graham, chairman of
the Gertrude Shirley circle of the
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKintry, Methodist Woman's Society of
jr., announce the birth of a daught- Christian Service, presented the
er at the Everglades Memorial program at a meeting of the circle
Hospital on June 15. in the social hall at the church
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson, Monday evening. The topic for
Chosen. announce the birth of a discussion was "Evangelism, a
usn, June 10 at the Everglades Strategy of Peace." Mrs. Jack
Memorial Hospital. Spencer led the devotionals.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitehurst During the business session Mrs.
of Belle Glade, announce the birth Robert Simonson and Mrs. C. T.
of a daughter, June 18. at the Howes were welcomed as new
Everglades Memorial Hospital. members of the organization.


We Close

At Noon



(During the Summer)

Western Auto Associate Store

Members voted to suspend meet-
ings during the months of July and
August. Mrs. D D. Caudill and
Mrs. Spencer were named hostess-
es f)r the September meeting
which will be conducted at the
home of Mrs. Caudill.
Mrs Manning I. Keen and Mrs.
I. J. Frasure, Jr., were hostesses
for the occasion. Mrs. Emma
Wheeler was a visitor.
ATOMIC FORCE?" is the subject
of the Lesson-Sermon which will
be read in Churches of Christ.
Scientist, throughout the world on
Sunday, June 23.
The Golden Text is: "The Lord
by wisdom hath founded the earth;
by understanding hath he estab-
lished the heavens" (Prov. 3:19).
Among the citations which com.
praise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol-
lowing from the Bible: "Bless the
Lord. O my soul. O Lord my God,
thou art very great; thou art
clothed with honour and majesty.
Who laid the foundations of the
earth, that it should not be re-
moved for ever. 0 Lord. how man-
ifold are thy works! in wisdom
hast thou made them all: the earth
is full of thy riches" (Ps. 104:1,
The Lesson-Sermon also in-
eludes the following passages from
the Christian Science textbook,
"Science and Health with Key to
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:
"God creates and governs the uni-
verse, including man. The uni-
verse is filled with spiritual ideas,
which He involves, and they are
obedivit to the Mind that makes
then ip 2955-81.


Plans for summer activities for
the Methodist Youth Fellowship
group wetr outlined at a meeting
of the organization Sunday even-
ing with the new minister, the
Rev C T Howes. The weekly open
house which wa. sponsored by the
group List year may be resumed
this summer Mias Far Cranford
has been named to be in charge of
the Juiror Choir durnig the ab-
sence of Robert 0 Lampi, director,
who is away on vacation
Sub-,fi','.,- S f Jugee Rolbbmin'
office is.-line hunting and fishing '
licenses hatr received orders from
Judge Robbins to charge a 25 cent,
fee on issuance of all licenses

Miss Hilda Hull And
Charles Wilkinson
To Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson Hull
announce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter. Hilda La Forest, to

will read the vows and Mrs Mo-
berg will sing. Mass Peggy Ann
Moberg will be the pianist. A re-
ception will follow the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Hull will be hosts
at a party Saturday evening fol-
lowing the rehearsal for members
of the wedding party. Invitations
have been issued.
-~ t -

Charles Durand Wilkinson, son of'
Mr. and Mrs. James Harry Wlki- UNDERGO OPERATION
son sr., of Pahokee The marriage Anderson Chastam again this
will take place Sunday, June 23, at week underwent an eye operation
the home of the bride's parents, at the Good Samaritan Hospital
Miss Clark Hull will be her at West Palm Beach. Reports are
sister's maid of honor and brides- that Mr. Chastain is doing nicely.
ma. l .. .,l t il ; 'lt MNll

maMiU wi asa I a eI
Hull, also a sister of the bride and
Miss Virginia Young of St. Augus-

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colson and
son Jimmy have returned from
Jacksonville and Cairo, Ga., where

Ellis Wilkinson, brother of the they visited relauves and inenas.
bridegroom, will be best man and
Paul Tillery and David Unwin the, Mrs. James W. Wood of Lake
ushers. Worth spent Friday as the gust of
The Rev. Carl A. Moberg. pastor her husbands parents. Mr. and
of the Pahokee Baptist Church, Mrs. B. W. Wood.


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As soon as we can secure ani install the facili.
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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida

Pzge Seven

Friday, June 21, 1946

The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida

Friday, June 21. 1946

Denton Carpenter
The wedding of Miss Dorothea
Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. O. Dan Carpenter and Vance
Denton, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. C
Denton of Pahokee, was solemnized
Sunday, June 16th at 4 p. m. at the
Pahokee Methodist Church.
'The Rev. C. T. Howes. pastor
of the church, amisted by the Rev.
C. A. Moberg, pastor of the Bap-
tist church, read the service of the
double ring ceremony before an
altar banked with palms, lilies and
white asters and illuminated by
lighted tapers in candelabra. The
altar rail was entwined with fern
and white blossoms and white
satin bows marked the reserved
pews. Mrs. H. C. Graham played
the wedding music and Mrs. Ralph
Grimes sang, "Because": and "At
Dawning." accompanied by the
Rev. Moberg.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a traditional wed-

The City of Pahokee will offer
for sale to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, of one stray black
Jersey bull approximately eight
months of age, pursuant to Ordnn-
ance No. 124 of the City of Paho-
kee. Florida, on Monday. July 1. at
ten o'clock, a. m.
The bull will be released to own-
er when paying impounding fees
and all costs.
DATED this 20th day of June,
A. D. 1940.
By A. K Morguan,
City Mabrshal

The City Council of the City
of Pahokee will receive sealed
bids up to eight o'clock, p. m.,
July 9, 1946, for light rubber tired
tractor, apprvalmately thirty horse
power together with standard
equipment including highway
mower attachment and buldozer
bade and scraper blade with all
aeseary attachments.
lie City reserves the right to
reject my and all bid
By W. P. Walker,
City lerk.
Pub. June 21, 28, July 5.

Dr. Roland R. Long
Announce the opening of his office
for general practice of dentistry at

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ding gown of white satin, with fit-
ted bodice, sweetheart neckline
edged m silk lace. long sleeves
pointed at the wrist and full skirt
with silk lace forming a panel
from the waist and outlining the
long train. Taking satin covered
buttons closed the bodice at the
back to below the waistline. Her
long English illusion veil was
caught to a cornet of orange blos-
soms. She carried a heirloom
handkerchief of hand knitted lace
made by her great grandmother
65 years ago and a formal bouquet
shaped like a fan with white
stephanati and tuberoses centered
with a canhamiana orchid. The
bouquet was showered with white
satin ribbons and stephuanstis.
Mrs. Sydney K. Smith, Jr., of Palm
Beach. matron of honor, was in
heavenly blue taffeta and net, styl-
ed on old-fashioned lines with puff-
ed sleeves, bertha and full skirt.
Her matching taffeta and net head
band was dotted with flowers like
the bouquet she carried which
was also shaped like a fan in
shades of pink with pink carna.
Carol Carpenter. stter of the
bride, and junior briesmaid was
in pink taffeta and net styled on
identical lines as that of the ma-
tron of honor and the bridesmaids
owns. Bridesmaids, Miss Evelyn
Eldridge of Altha, Fla., and Miss
Lois Byrd were in aqua taffeta
and net and Miss Joy Padgett and
Miss Mary Grace Denton of Belle
Glade wore yellow taffeta and net.
all carried contrasting fan bou-
Rebecca Ruth Grimes, tiny flow-
er girl, wore a long pink taffeta
and net dress styled on identical
lines of the other gowns.
Edwin Rice was best man and
ushers were: Milton Carpenter.
brother of the bride. Slater Brew-
ton. Kenneth Mock and Marvin

ulany presided at the punch bowl Personalthe guests of Dr and rs. C. H.
Miss Joy Lou Bailey of Belle Glade er n llougnby with whom their
was in charge of the guest book daughter, Peggy Lynn, is spending
Others assisting were: Mr. ?!the summer."
Mrs. Duncan Padgett and l. George Rozelle and Bobby Schro- W A. Stevens and daughter
Ralph Grimes. der returned to Boy Scout Camp at Miss Nancy Stevens accompanied
The bride and groom le'i on a Lake Osborn for another week of by his son-an-law James Harry
short wedding trip folio ing the camping Sunday. Approximately Wilkinson jr., left this week for
reception. They will tA at home 30 boys from the local Scout troop Ocala where they will visit Mr.
in Gainesville, Fla., where the returned Saturday after a week Stevens' mother.
bridegroom will corAtinue his stud- at the camp.
ies at the Univerity of Florida. Mrs. S. F. Mac Douzall and While only 25 percent of the pub-
For traveling Mrs. Denton wore a daughter Ann Ellen from Rock lie see politics as a desirable career
navy blue and white crepe dress Springs Wyoming are visiting for a son of theirs. 63 percent
with a white feather hat and white Mr. and Mrs. Loel Lence and will would like to have a lawyer m the
accessories. Her shoulder corsage also visit in Moore Haven and family, according to a nationwide
was an orchid. Clewiston. survey recently completed by the
i Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Durrance iNational Opinion Research Center
who was accompanied by Dolares 'of the University of Denver.
Altar Presented In Upthegrove, returned to Pahokee
Honor Of Brother 'Tuesday from Wimauma. Fla. Walter L Hays, president of the
where they spent several days at- American Fire & Causalty Com-
tending Camp Meeting. pary of Orlando, has been appomint-
An altar presented to the Paho Mr. and Mrs. L L Shirley have ed chairman of the Health and
kee Eastern Star Chapter by Mrs. returned from several days visit Safety Division of the Florida
Ruth Stein of Belle Glade in honor in Jacksonville and Gainesville. State Chamber of Commerce by
of her brother, Alvin Schlechter, While in the latter city they were president Leonard K. Thomson.
was dedicated at an impressive

service conducted at the Masonic
Hall Thursday evening. Mrs. H.
C Graham. past grand instructori
of dtstnct 18, was in charge of the
service and was assisted by Mrs.
Esther LeFils, worthy matron.
Dennis Friend, worthy patron and
Mrs. Jessie Barnes and Mrs. Hulett
Denton. The worthy Patron pre-:
sented a program on Father's Day i
and Flag Day.
Following the program a covered
dish dinner was served with hus-
bands of members and members of
the Belle Glade Chapter invited
guests. Approximately 35 attend-


Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Mobeg and
family will leave early Monday for
a six weeks vacation. The first
atop will be Pascagoula, Mississ-
ippi, where Rev. Moberg will con

duct a revival with the East Side
The bride's mother wore a moss Baptist Church R.A. Ott.
rowse crepe with a corsage of yel- Baptistor. Then to Ridgeert N.
low and Talisman roses. Mrs. V. pastor. Then to Ridgecet N. C
C. Denton, mother of the bride- and points north.
groom, wore a blue and white print
crepe and a corsage of white shat- MISSIONARY UNION TO
tered carnations. HOLD BUSINESS MgEEfNG
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter were
hosts at a reception after the cere- The Baptist Woman's Miselon.
mony which was given at the ary Union will conduct a business
Woman's Club. The bride's table meeting at the Church Monday at
was centered with a three tiered 4 p. m. with Mrs. J. C. Mock, presi-
wedding cake topped with a mini- dent. presiding.
nature bride and groon. Mrs. C. A.
Shive, grandmother of the bride,
served the cake and Mrs John A. AS ASASA A A

City of Pahokee will receive
sealed bids for one garbage dump
body, fully enclosed, with hy-
draulc lift and compressor. Bids
will be received by the City Clerk
tup to eight o'clock. p. m, July 9,
The City reserves the right to
rrert any and all bids.
By W P Walker,
City Clerk.
Pub June 21. 28, July 5.
N tT :I' hernt giT en that the C:ty
ounril of the City of Paheker Florida,
.-'..] in ierda the 25th day of Jone
AI D 1944 It Board of Eauilita- I
ien fur ite purp 'e Cf eqala.:5l27 the
aMsnmetsi of real and personal prop-
er,' 'vine in the Cite of Pahoke Flor-
ida .-:bewt to tatalcni !,fr the ,ear
14 An% pert do, ring to cunt or
aggriled at such Wasment may be
hr,,d on alid date
WIt:nes my hand as C:t! Clerk of
the CItm I1 Phcker F:,:.da pu.r'l-
alit I, rcdnriwrr No 25 1 -aid Oit'
thi- 29!h da, f Mia A D 1946
W p Wa:ler
Ctil Clerk
P. la ,31 J in. 14 21 194a II
Notice Is alen that by vruture of e-
cutlon tsue by the CIRCUIT COURT I
daltedI 1I day of July 19 0 agait J PI
Prr in the easr of hmu lf %s Bon-
nit Petfi beIng cas No 1416i therein
i the principal um of "mWo rthI
Ltret Ct. ad Im to he dd
thereto that I JOHN F KIRnK
FLORIDA har. duly er"id onan
und:tided half tnthrryt oaned by the
auid J F PEf In the folloTwng land
loated in Palm Beach Cuntv lorida I
to ait Lou !7 1 i 19 A 20 in Block
147 :it: 'e Totr-Ite f4 Lunerte ac-
od. i't, P~: o!f NL~' leah r n.l
Co No 2 recorded in Piat Book No 2




Will Be Closed

June 16



July 6





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