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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: August 2, 1946
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00450
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"The Truly D sfinguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces









FRIDAY


August 2, 19J6 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Methodists Will I I I Evans Is Building We're' Gonna Take I S. G. Burns Car Borchardt Tells

Observe Communion New Camp Cottages Stolen And reeked

A Short Vacation Lions Farming

The Morning Worship Service Contractor ND Evans of Pa- s. G Burns, ,Pahokee electrician, I _

at 11 A. M. at the Canal Point hokee is busy these days erecting is a little slow getting around to I
five concrete cottages for Messrs. Iklit'H' it or not, here in E H Borchardt.'e table grower .
will I.
Methodist Church on August his various jobs this week because
Thomas and Swain at Camp Okee- The Everglades Sew, office and produce man of Belle Glade,
be an hour of and corn- his automobile was stolen last Friday -
prayer
simmee on the north western shore we are worked down to a nub. I was guest speaker at the Pahokt'eI
; munion in which all who desire it of Lake Okeechobee. There are already I It'" been a long! tough grind morning. Between the hours Lions Club Tuesday at its weekly

are invited to receive the Sacrament 16 cottages at the popular since \\t" lat took our IkhingIxde of three a. m and six a. m. some- I luncheon meeting in the Lions
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of the Lord's Supper The camp along with 16 boats and 16 I and sought rest and one drove the car away from in : Hall. He spoke on "Fanning a9

sermon will be in the form of :1 motors. There is also a large I peace on the banks of a rrft'k front of Burns' house. It was found the Backbone of Glades Growth."

short communion meditation entitled house for help employed at the nut, that', jut what we're 12 miles from Canal Point on Con- He said that the future of the

"Out of the Depths". Our camp 'lr. Evans and his crew going to do--come tomorrow.We ners Highway wrecked against Glades depended upon how farmers

Sunday School meets each Sunday of workmen hope to finish the cottages al't'n't going to lit' 'atified ,- I the pines. Completely demolished, will! utilize the products of the soi'

Morning at 10 A, :'1. All are invited. in record time that is if all with a couple of dayswe was the way the car was described.A He pointed out the waste of vegetables -

materials are available. want almo-.t a couple of I member of Uncle Sam's army is I in this section during the
The for the Evening -- .. and said that this waste!
sermon weeks-, wr'rt" Jonna take in a hospital on the East Coast season

Worship Service at 8:15 will be Citrus All ''-01, Yep, the paper will come and when ht's able, there is a pOSe I was equal vegetables grown i'l
"Full of Life-and Christian, Too!" Brings out nest week on timt That's sibility that he \\ill be charged some states. He said that thl'I

in which the minister, Rev. William Time Record Cash aU arranged for, when theuual with stealing and demolishing the I many carloads of celery allowed to
Blair, answers a young man' day comes for the citizenry i car. waste during the celery harvest
question with his beliefs on the : to storm Glades poet could be utilized for feed for c\tUc
LARELAND- his annual report ... .
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subject of: "Can a Christian get to members of the Florida offices In quest of theirweekly and Ua a similiar use could b'

any fun out of life or is it wrong Citrus Commission last wet':, I r.\f'rJlad, S'rw'I-it'lI be State Building found for practically all the hro-
?" them! dace wast 'd. lit' was introduced
to have a good time I right there awaiting
Secretary-Manager Rob e I' t C.I
The Canal Point Methodist Take it easy. So will we Program To Go On by Manning I. Keen, program
Evans said Florida citrus growers
Youth Fellowship for all young were estimated to have received -for a short 'pt'll' chairman.
people between the ages of 12-23 TALLAHASSEE Governor Jesse M. Elliott suggested that
season'scrop
$160,000,000 for the past
inclusive will hold its first meeting Caldwell stated late last week that the various civic dubs of tM com-
an all-time record.
at the parsonage on Monday night This represents an increase of Legion Will Meet a recent Supreme Court decision munity sponsor the summer base-
at 8:15. All Interested boys and directing Comptroller J. :\1. Lee to bit games in an effort to increase
$20,000,000 over the fAimated return -
girls are invited. This group is from the 19H-45 crop, Evans'report Monday Night transfer $4,000.000 to the Stat I the attendance so that the teams
the first in a series of anticipated Building Fund will permit the Cabinet wou.d be able to defray expenses.
be
is the first of three to
groups to take in all ages in submitted to the Commission by The Fred and Percy Mansfield to resume its "energetic It was announced that a series of

church life. We have plans for a department heads for the season'n American Legion Post No. 90 will building program" night soft ban games will be spon.soreJ. -

wide.awakt, active, growing group just closed. Don Butts, advertis- conducts regular meeting at the Custodial institutions, Including Those interested are ask-

in the local MYF and all young ing and Sales Promotion Manager, :I Pahokee Woman's Club August 5 the hospital at Cattahoochee, the ed TO contact Dorsey PUg-fl.

people are urged to "get in on the and Dr. L. G. lacDowell, Director at 8:30 p. m. Post Commander Boys' Industrial School at Marianna Lamar Allen of West Pahn
ground floor" by attending this of Research will also make re- II Edward A. Jensen will preside at the Girls' School at Ocala and Peach, outlined some ot he prc-
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first metting. Fun and fellowship the meeting and J. Leo Chapman, the prison system are of "first importance iects the West Palm Beach club is

is the theme for the evening. ports.Utilization of fruit by canners I West Palm Beach, will be present ," Caldwell said, and are sponsoring for the blind. On is a

. stressed by Evans in his report asa I and distribute deeds to veterans being given priority over all oth- workshop where blind persons may
in Vetville er projects. urn a livelihood and another is a
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major factor in making the season purchasing property
Publicity Group -..S. Funds totaling $1,731,159 have summer class for pupils with p.orvision.
ful record.
the most succe on
been allocated for these Institu- .
To Meet In Jax Canners put up almost 49,000,000
Florida Leads In tions. The educational institution Lewis Friends nportej that
rTAMPAThe cases of juice and other citrus pro- -the University of Florida, the work on the proposed city swimming .
next of ducts, utilizing nearly 42.000,000 Melon Shipments
meeting
Florida State College for Women, pool will start soon. Glints
the Florida and Public boxes of fruit from a crop which
Publicity
the A. and M. College for Negroes attending the meeting were: Bo
Relations Association will bi' held preliminary estimates indicate LEESBURG-Florida again led and the Deaf and Blind School at I Pugh, Belle Glade: E. Bark, Melbourne -

in Jacksonville, September 27-28, will add, up to .86,250.000.. boxes the nation in carlot shipment of 81. Augustine-have been allocated ; J. Sheppard, Miami and
according to plans made when the watermelons during 19t6, R. :'Ia- U,65t.l09. An additional half 1 Theo Galisk of Canal Point.

board of directors met in Tapma li Car Ferry Ready nard Peterson of the U. S. Department million dollars has been appropriated - -.--

last week. of Agriculture said last for the construction of a south
Frank S. Wright, president, an- By Next Season week in his annual summary of the I wing of the Capitol and other GI Loans Olehed

nounced that "the program is be- season State office improvt'ments. By Belle Glade GrolllJ
ing planned to make this the MOBILE, ALA.- The "Carib Florida moved 7,317 cars by rail. ;
greatest all-round rally ever held Queen," 475 foot converted LST I Georgia moved 6,111 cars, Texas -- ... I
to Claude S. Jones
by publicity and public relations boat, which will make daily round 5.522 and South Carolina 4,301 New 20 Story Building Affording
of the local veterans of-
manager
people in Florida. trip between hey West and Havana cars. Total United States shipments
UTiel Davis, Publisher of the providing a ferry service for amounted to 26.353 rars. Planned For Jax ice, word has been received from

Public Relations Directory and passengers and automobiles, slid The report showed a peak F. 0 B. the Everglades Savings and wan
Association in Belle Glade that
Yearbook, i11 scheduled to address off the ways of the Gulf Ship- price of $1,000 per car for Florida JACKSONVILLE -- A twenty
have been
loans
organization on Sept. 28, along muilding Corporation last week. cannonballs Ue week ending June story office building will be built veterans appro.tdland
the is ready
that now
with other speakers who are prom. The vessel is the first of a fleet 7. in Jacksonville it was announced company

anent in the national field of public of ferries that will be operated I ... by the Florida National Bank and I to receive for applications loans for building from Vt'tf'rans in-

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rtlations. between Florida, Cuba and Central DuPont interests. The new building

Frank Winchell, Manager of the American points and it 13 expected 'ViII He-Organize will be J1ckson\ille's largest this section .. -
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Jacksonville Tourist and Convention to have the "CarIb Queen" ready and will be- named in honor of the
Bureau was appointed Chairman for service next season, official S. S. Departments late Alfred I. DuPont. County Sprays
of the Arrangements Committee said:
The structure will occupy more
and tentative plans include a .. At a meeting of the Sunday than t\\'o-third. of the block DDT In The Glades

director's meeting Friday night, .\UUltfS CII.\SGr.n School council of Workers of the bounded by Adam. Monroe. Hogan -
September 2i, an aU-day business Methodist Church Tuesday evening and Julia Streets across from County Commissioner P a u I

session on September 2S, followed According to Claude S. Jon(' I. members voted to reorganize the the George Washington Hotel. Rardin Mid yesterday that the

by a buffet supper and tickets for manager of the veterans office in : various departments of the Sunday Several old buildings on the Palm Beach County Antl.Mquito

the Florida,Misslsslppi football Pahoket the GJ insurance office I School and to create a worship property are now being demolished control unit has been working tn

game to be played that night InJacksonville. has been changed from New York I period for the junior department. and construction on the new the Glades recently. The unit tw

City to Collections Subdivision Members also voted to conduct a building will begin as soon as material been spraying DOT tn an effort
During the afternoon meeting Veterans Administration Branch I training school for teachers and and labor supplies become to relieve the polio threat. Last

Bill Carter, Associate Editor of Office 5, Marietta Aircraft Assembly officers of the school 111 October more stable.Church Saturday two spraying truck were
Florida News Service of Tampa, Plant. Marietta. Ga The meeting date for the council in Belle Glade and South Bay. On
% wu appointed Chairman of the Claude reports that any veteran was set for the second Tuesday of I Wednesday of this week two

Public Relations Committee of who has Itt his insurance drop each month Frank RozellE' assistant Of God To truck were in Pahokte and Canal -
FPPR4. may reinstate it by turning in at superintendent presided and Point.
---- .. the local office two monthly payments The RtC, T. Howe, pastor, Have Bible School .. ..

John Paul Knight by January 1. 1917.TIIREE i mad the rK'ommendations. 'It.\\ \TIIX
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I Vacation Bible School At the DF.LASDFour \'oIulia County

Iies In Belle Glade OFFICES T.\CK\ 11.\T p.\In. Church of God on Barlltld 111gb- cattlemen recently cooperated with

VASHINGTON The Veterans' I Members of tht' Intermediate way will start next Monday, August I each other In rounding up and

Graveside funeral senices were Administration originally planned fellowship group of the Methodist 5th and run through August spraying their 2.f1) head of cattle
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held Wednesday morning for John to close the regional office at Churchill conduct a tacky bat 16. according to an announcement with DDT to control flies and other

Paul Knight, infant Cn of 1fr. PuaGri11 and transfer its func- I'party at the social hall at the cadt yesterday by church officials inJect pests according to County

and 1frs. Luther Knight of Belle tions to the Jacksonville and Mi- churrh Tuesday evening with Mrs Plan can for Pahokee ministers Agent F E Butzman.
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Glade, who diN tarl). Sunday ami offices but 1t may be r.ect- I R F. Hurt counselor, luptf'\i5L'lg. to speak at different Jtu1or of
morning following a short 111r.en. ury" to retail all three offices, The committee in charge includes the 11(1:001. Illustrated J lessons Mrs. Bill Pftplu and daugbtr

Burial was made at Port Ma'aca Gtn. Omar ::. Bradley, head cf the Mit.s 1f"T& Cruthird Mal Anna Crouat of movies will t.e another Nancy art rifting relatives In Orludo -

cemetery following the services.f VA. hu Informed Senator Perrtr. Uf Hurt and Bobby Scl.rOOtr future of the moo1. this .et k.Esfa6fished .








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The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, august 2, 1946
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NEsvi al products but until they pay an I {
THE EVERGIJADES actual visit to the great producir.gareas '
of this famed section they BERRY FUNERAL IIOIE i
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region never would really realize what

Established 1924 Published Every Frida that statement actually means.
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance They must see first-hand the I Ambulance Service :
thousands of acres of vegetables I
The Everglades Yews Is Entered at the Post Office growing in the rich black soil of

In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Yatter. the Everglades, ride through miles Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247
of growing cane fields and watch

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher the grinding of the cane at the I
sugar house

Pepper Out Of Step Speaking before the Florida
Publicity and Public Relations Association -
Senator Pepper the remedial legislation asked : 11
opposes not long ago, Louis G. i
for the President of the United States on Saturday to end Scoggin, Director of the Florida ; :
strikes against the government. He is quoted in a news dis- Park Service, preposed that addi-
patch as stating he would give up his seat in the Senate tional facilities be provided at

rather than support the President's program. state parks to take care of such The Farming ,
Perhaps that would be as well. At least, )Ir. Pepper could traveling student groups. If this
Florida. The were done it would be possible to
in
re-
submit his case to his own constituency
I route students from one park tl)
sult would surprise e him, but he could then retire to private
of
another and cover all sections
practice of law and forget politics. the state. Children from north Season :HIS '
The trouble with \Ir. Pepper is that he is out of step with and west Florida could visit cen-

his home people; out of step with the majority of the people tral and south Florida and vice
of the country. It would hardly be overstating it to say he versa

is out of step with sound government.-Bradenton Herald. The State Department of Education NOW APPROACHIKG. 'YE ARE
is sympathetic to the plan

A Powerless Government and Chambers many of leading Commerce Civic and Clubs.other READY WITH OUR FARM WARES

In due course: the whole economic and social structure of organizations have indorsed it for

the country will be prostrated, resulting in such general dis- they realize that youngsters' so
organization and chaos as to amount to one of the greatest educated would be better Floridians -

public calamities in the nation's whole history. Yet the and throughout their lifetime

American people and their government are powerless to do would be in possession of authentic Indications are bright that we Will
anything effective to prevent this. "'h)'? Because the laws knowledge about their state its

prohibit them from doing anything that will impair, diminish sources advantages that, attraction could be gained and in r'no- hare a busy fall season in the farming -

or in any way affect the rights of John L. Lewis and the other

United line Workers, "a bona fide labor organization," in All way.the Legislature will be asked : business. Fal'l11el'S"ill be need-

lawfully carrying out their legitimate objects "as such" to do is appropriate a sufficient

rights are expressed in existing status of the United State amount to permit the construction ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides, ,
Who made those laws The representatives of the people of additional facilities in State

in the congress of the United State But is it not plain Parks to take care of such tours I and Tool" Most of our supplies are I
that there'\ something radically wrong with laws that can and authorize the me of state I

have such effects? No deep knowledge of the philosophy funds to provide traI13portation for I now reaching our \yal'ehouse. To be
is to give a such onthepot visual education I
of government or of social theory necessary
oU(1 answer to that question. The answer tQat the unlet- group sure you are not caught napping bet-
would not he costly ,
tered common man would give offhand i5 the correct one. Th program

It is plain that there's something wrong with such law. And many and would tImes pay over for In itself giving many.our I ter see us no\\ and place your or(1ers.

the same congress of the United States that made these law boy and girls a true knowledge of i I I

and the president as the head of the government of all the their state. Seeing is not only believing :

people should modify them in any and every way necessary: it is Understanding. Wha i iIi I
to protect the people against such calamitr.-The Southern seen and understood is long remembered -
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KILGORE SEED[ CO.
TALLAHASSEE. flORIDA
Intolerance I
No Place For JULY 8th. 19-16 j;
thousand "messagers" or delegates of the Southern NOTICE I
Eight NOTICE; Is hereby given that the
napti church, representing a membership of nearly six Trustees of the Internal Improvement Pahokee Belle Glade ;
convention in Miami Fund of the State of Florida. Pursuant i
their
million, adopted a resolution at to Law. 4111 offer for sale. for obJt'CtIm'i ,
calling on member churches to "refrain from association only. in Talahas. Florida at' Phone 3201 Phone 106 I j jAN
11:00: o'cl'k A M. August 20th. 146 I
with all groups that exist for the purpose of fomenting the following described lands In PALM :
nation the basis of differences BEACH COUNTY: I
division within the on ---
strife and A parcel of so\.t'rt'ignty land adjacent __ _
of race religion and culture." Said the Baptists : "The to an unnumbered Lot bet"'l'en -
"' and A-M. Section .
Lots A-67
other.
the
faith we profess expressly forbids hatred one of 18. Township 42 South. Range 31
Theme might he aid hy all Christian denomination East. de"'cribt'd M follows: __ - - I
Begin at the NE Corner of Lot A-68.
Indeed there is a crying need that all should say it, and say afort"ald. tht'nct' N 29 degrees 4l' I

it loudl{ '. In the very city of Miami, where the Baptist convention West Lot Line 946S of feet Lot along A-Ga. proJected the East: IxrEXTonr OF OUR STOCK
held, there have been recent manifestatioB of thence North 58 degrees 12' 40"East
was 500 feet the U S. R-W
along
the revival of the I\u flux Klan, which fosters and feeds on Line; thence South 29 degrees 41' SHOWS SOME
did llitler'snazis. East 9-404 feet to the NE
bigotry and group hatred in the same manner as Corner of Lot A-67: thence South
The resolution did not specifically name the KKK ; 57 degrees 10' 30" West 50 feet to NEW\ RARE nIERCHANDISE
the Point of Beginning
the church group did well to broaden it to include all fomenter The Purchaser 1:5 to pay the ac'o'ertlslnlt \

of hatred. Against them both Christianity and Americanism THE co..t TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL ISfPROVESIF.NT You have all been waiting for an assortment of

must stand firmly.-Panama City Xewg-I1erahl. ., to reject_any and FUND al re"t'n'e b1ds. the right Aluminum and Granite Household ware."ell, we
- ------ ------ - BY ORDER of the Trustees OI the In.ternal now have it for you, including most every type of
and Fund of the State
accompanied Improvement
tt'rs, properly chaperoned of Florida. utensil, including those large size . .
by competent instruct- Millard F. Caldwell. Governor
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY ors would spend a sufficient Attest:
F C. DUot. St'c. ALUM1NUI l ROASTERS AND
themselves I
amount of time acquainting Trustees I. I. Fund
firsthand through this Pub: July 19. 26. Aug 2. 9. 16. 1946SonCE I

modern, practical on-the-spot visual National Pressure Cookers
.I'UC.\TIOS>
o.
(By Russell Kay) education prol''ram' I
I One group starting from Jacksonville FOR TAX uttU
.. for example could stop in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, This is picnic and outing time and no outfit is
Onthepot visual education is Birdsall bolder of without Little Brown water cooler. II
1 St. Augustine where they would That John H. complete a Jug
coming more and more. popular I I learn more Florida history in ai Tax Certificate, 33189. issued They come in enamel, with either spigot or snout I
throughout the country and in all'''i few hours than they would ain the 7tb day of Augu t. A. D. 1933, and aluminum tip drinking cup. They are really! I
probability the next legislature \\ill'i from books in months. Here they' has filed same in my office and nice and convenient
be asked to give consideration t;:> could see Ft. Marion and actuaUv has made application for a tax
a plan being worked out by the visualize its historict' interest as deed to be iss\ted thereon. Said Soap Powder-good household use, cleaning
Florida Fort' t S Park Service and I they ,ieth ecourt yard, the cell certificate embraces the following cars or family washing. Better get some while
the State Department of Educa- I'occupied by Osce-ola, the dungeon described property in the County the supply is a\'ailahle.
and the chaPt'l. They would visit of Palm Beach, Stat of Florida,
tion.
Spraying materials in all forms are now in de-
Under the plan Florida student : the Oldest Schol House and compare to-wi:
of high school and possibly junior it with our modern schools of Lots 54S to 551 inclusive The mand and we can supply you with the dust or
high school age would to given an today, inspect the famed Fountain Gudens at South Palm Beach: liquid combinations, 33 well 3i the sprayers for
opportunity to leave their school : of Youth see the Ostrich and Alligator a3 in Plat Book 9 Page 13 Sec- their use. Keep flies and hug down, use frequently -
rooms and books for interesting Farm and Marine Studios tion H, Township H South. I on your garbage cans as a health safety meas-
trips around the state. land the Oldest House.Seeing : Range 43 E.ut. I ure. .
They would travel by bus on these things first hand at The assessment of the said property -
tours of fnn1 ten days to two : a time when their minds are at an ;i under the said certificate issued Lawn l"tensil5-Shears, Sprayers lake5, hoes,
weeks stopping at State parks impressionable! age they would was in the name of l'nknown. I Scythes, hose and Fertilizers for grass md flowers. -
where al.'comOlt:1tions and meals I gather 3 man, of practical helpful'; L'r.le aid certificate shall be I .
wouht bt provided at 3n approximate I information that would remain redeemed according to law theproperty ,,
cost of $1.00 per d.\y. with them through life. Being required described tht'rt'in11\ bt' TilE HOME II.\HHW.\HE
Itineraries WOUIl include aU : to wnte essays or accountsof Ii sold to the> highest bidder at t1e! ;
points of interest such u Cyprr.3G.lrdtns : their trip as part of their schoolwork court house door on the first tonI- I w.wwuwwBETZNEIIS
LI\'tr Srrin s. Marine would insure their being I Inv in the month of September. I
tudil'S, \\'akull.Sprin and : alert and attentive.Jourrey .1H6.! which is the 2nd day uf Sep-
would alro provide for visits to :.ng on down the east t I tembtr. 19 6.I .
various industnet such u canning : roast they could visit Daytona I Dated this 2Znd dw of Julv.

plants. fruit packing plants cigar Beach, and along tM Indian Paverwould !I 1946.
factories, the sugar house of the I have an opportunity to inspect J. Alex Arnette. Clerk TilE HAHU\\\HE STORE
Prated States Sugar C rpor3Uon I citrus packinghouses and ot Circuit Court of MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FL.\
and so cn.Instt'3d I canning pl '1li. Palm Beach County.
of simply reading about In their text took. they earned Florida. I
such Florida attractions and indu.tries 'I that; Palm Beach county is the n3- ('Clrcuit Court Seals'ub j
in text b. )kj the 'oung1-- dons No. I producer of 3griC'.lltur- : July : -.\ug 2, 9. 16, 23. 1915





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You can DO something about if in your own kitchen I I

Use and reuse your cooking fats, and when you have peacetime necessities Your fat salvage releases fresh I i

gotten all their food value, turn them in to your meat food fats for distribution abroad. Save every drop to .' i

dealer for four cents per pound. Your salvaged fats help yourself and to relieve suffer g and shortages' !

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If you'ye never been hungl'y-if you\'e never misse(1 a

meal, if is hard to realize how acute a hunger pain can be.

: Those of us here in the Everglades \\'ho are bleedrith

Hutch food could do great deal to ease the hunger pains

of millions if \\"e but COl1ser\'e food \Yith this idea in

Blind, this Message is sponsored by:
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A FRIEND OF THE NEEDY


PAHOliEE, FLOHIDAI




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Notice I Fellowship Group New Steamship Lines To Name New Cars

Has Wiener Roast Scheduled For Tampa'TAlIPAShippers After FEC Towns


scribed lands or so much then'.
Notice 1s hereby given to pay that the the amount following due for taxes for the rear 19015. hereUl Members of the senior group of and receivers ST' AL'GUSTINE-Florida com-
well be necessary
ot set as opposite to the same together with 2nd the cost ot of such September sale and A. adert1sing D. 19-16 at the youth Fellowship of the Methodist were advised this week by the munities and points of interest
will be sold at public auction on the day of 1 Palm Church old.fas along the route of the Florida
O'clock noon at the City H'\U In the City of Pahokee County enjoyed an Tampa Traffic Association that :
twelve
.
Beach and State ot florida.. ioned hay ride and wiener coast northbound and one southbound I East Coast Railway will be honored
Friday evening. one by having new de lu.e passenger -
church sailing a week are assured cars named after them.
I The group met at the I I
and went to the old Boy Scout from here under schedules announced I The fir s t three streamlined

a camp near Port \Ia'aca where i by two steamship lines. !,i coaches were received by the road

::: :a ... : wieners, and drinks were served I The Bull Steamship Line has set I recently from the Edward W. Budd

,g ; c 2 r: ;;:: :oc and games pl:1yed.: Mia, Nell up an intermediate stop in Tampa Manufacturing Company who is to

DESCRIPTION OF LAND t h N:: : l p ; : Howe3 was in charge of the games Ion its southbound trip from Bait I furnish a total of twenty .

. w Members and guests attending I more to Corpus Christ Texas. I The three new cars now in service

Garden Sub.- 13 42 31 D. W. Crocker ------ 8 5.10$ were: Miss Helen Howes, M5.; Pat The Pan Atlantic Steamship Corp. : are the "Stuart" the "Jack-
I
31 Deck Chaney --------- 23.20 Miss sonville" and the "Titus\'il1e." Other .
Lot 10 Garden Sub. .- 18 42 Connell, Miss Joy Padgett, oration has re-established weekly ;
W. 50 ft x 56 ft lot 13 Barbara Wroten, Miss Bete Lou service between Boston New York, new coaches as delivered will

lot&W.14 50fta56ft Shirley Block 13 42 31 Mrs. Ruby Chane ---- 5.10 Pickette, Miss Dorothy Smith I i Philadelphia, 'T amp a, Panama bear the names of Eau Gal1ie.

Lot 6. Blk 3. Salvatore 31 James Carter '- 9 be Miss Marina Stokes, Miss Lucille City. Mobile and New Orleans Dania, Boynton Beach,. Ormond,
42 -
Sub. _____ .___. 18 I
Eleanor Huruphri. the northbound Bunnell, Wabasso, Homestead and
Lot 11. Pile 3 Salvatore __ 9 CO Rogers, Miss i Kith Tampa on
_.________ 18 42 31 James Carter ------ Glade.
Sub. nn 960 Miss Laurie Rogers, Miss Fay Belle
route only
W. 50 It lot ISH ______ 8 42 31 B. Elliott -------------- I
Lot I, BUt 1. Geiger ...10 Cranford, Miss Margaret Anderson -I --
Sub. ____._____uu-- 18 42 31 B. Elliott ---'----- Miss Ann Slonaker, 51 - - - - --
S. Wly 4 ft ot the N. I "wHERBERT'S \ ,nn
W. 124 ft Lots 2t .. 960 Eleanor Tanner Miss Nell Howes, ,nnnnnn,rftrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!
& 25 .____u____.___ 18 42 31 F & R Corporation - Melvin Spooner, Thomas Hos, I Ii

N. Wly 62 ft of the S. Ronald Stanley, Mike Sanders, Ray Fine Clothes For
Elf 116 ft of the S. .. 960 I
__._ 18 42 31 F & R Corporation ---- John
Wlv IS ft Lot 25 Hatton John T. Pickett, jr..
S. Ely 50 tt ot the N. Hatton Claude McLarty. Cecil Men and Women
184 ft ot the S.
Wlr 9.60
.
Vlly 1 ft of Lot 25 __ 13 42 42 31 31 W.F &E.R Golden Corporation----_-.. -- 5-160 Williams, Sammy Young and TAILORED TO MEASURE
Lots 31 & 32 n_____. 18 Lewis Blount.
. Have Your Ladies' Clothe Tailored
Geiger
Lot Sub.6 Blk___.._1.__.._..___ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger __--- 3.30 Anna Lee Hurt, Patsy Ellitt, By A Ian'> Tailor
Lot 'I, Blk 1. Geiger 3.30
31 V. L. Geiger -------- Hurt I
Sub----------------- 18 42 Iyra Cruthird, Rita Fay ,
Lot 8. Bile 1. Geiger 3.30 and Bobby
Sub. ____.u_________ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger ---- Mary Ann Howes 1AL BELCHE
Lot 9. BUe 1. Geiger __ 3.30 Schroder have returned from AIl-
Sub. ...__--_..._---- 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger -- burndale where they attended i
Lot 10. Blk 1. Geiger AHOKEE
Sub--------------_ 18 42 31 Y. L. Geiger. _---- 3.)0 Camp Rotary for a week.Classified BOX 876

Lot 11. Blk 1, Geiger 3.3
__
Sub. ...____nnn___ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger ---- II .. ; I
Lot 12, Blk 1. Geiger
___ 330
V. L. Geiger ----
Sub. ____nnun__ 18 42 31
Lot 13. Blk 1. Geiger Ads .. - -
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3.30
Sub. __un________ 18 42 31 Y. L. Geiger ____----- I
tot 14. Blle 1. Geiger
V. L. Geiger ____----- 3.30
Sub. _--____--__---.. 18 42 31

Lot Sub-----------------15. Blk 1. Geiger 18 42 31 \". L. Geiger __----- r..5 I) SEl'TIC tanks and grease traps i I I3Si2

Lot Sub.7. Blk u_.__2._...Geiger______ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger ............-- 3.3 cleaned, Bob Douthit and repaired., Pahokee.Phone:\l1jc ACCORDIONS.tSIII120Basses

Lot 23. Blk 2. Geiger I Iron
3:0:
___
\. L. Geiger
Sub. ___.umm 18 42 31 ---- fiJ
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Lot Sub----------------24. Blk 2. Geiger 18 42 31 \". L. Geiger __________ 420 S.\LE: Three bed.roomI .

8.IZ Tra t,. 32 & 33__ 18 42 31 Hattie Inc.. _____n 23.10 houses--clo in and nearly new, ;

Lots 1 &Sub.2. BIt_.1_Salvatore __._ 18 42 31 HoUIs Harrli ____eon 4HO in Pahokee, Liberal terms. Price I L1 --

Lots 9 & 10. BIt 2 Mattie Jones ____.___ 1.80 $6.000. C. A. Bailey, Phone jo.1
Friend Sub. _____n_ 18 42 31 RUSS HENDERSON
Glade. StAp26FOR
Belle I
Lot 8. Blk 3. Friend
SIlb. ______.._...____ 18 42 3 J. W. Johnson _________ 420 I
N. h ot Lot 19 and
Lot 20. Blk 1. Geiger S.\U:: Fine dIsplay of Xew PhoneGJ9S West Palm Beach
Sub. _mnm___ 18 42 31 A. J. Ludeman ________ .t.6a Small'
and reconditioned trailers.

Lot 9 & 10 1. and part 600 down payment balance like rent. : [aaroooo arooooo oo ar
C. Mclarty
of lot 'l.\ mm__ 2-1 42 36 George ------
three lots and a
We have carry
Lots 9 & 10 and part
of lot 'I ______m__. 24 42 36 George C M Larty __n__ 4020 Seventy-five thousand doll a r sI

An unplatted triangle ____ 21.60 I solve 'ourI -===-,
5196 ft by 85.51 ft 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty u stock, we surely can -- -
__ 31 George C. McLartr _m-- 9 60 I Trailer
42
Lot 2. Mclarty Sub 18 honing problem. Arthur I i
Lots 10. 11, 12. McLarty .
C. Mcurty 8 I Sales, East main St. Pahoke
Sub--------__ 18 42 31 George ------
18 42 31 George C. Mclarty ------ to 9 m.
Lot 13. Mclarty Sub. : Open from 10 a. m p.
__
Sub.18 42 31 George C. Mclarty _m Ilolllogellizetl7itnlllill
Lot H. McLarty Itch ,
Lot 15. McLarty Sub. 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty __uu including Sunday.
Lot 16. Mclarty Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty _n__. raIlY I
Lot :U. cLarty Sub._ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty _n___ ; 1
Lot 22. Mclarty Sub._ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty ------ : SPENCER supports individual'designed. :
18 42 31 George C. Mclarty ----_- ;
Lot 23. Mclarty Sub. I Phone 4291 for ap-I \ D Iilk
Lot 2-1. Mclarty Sub._ 18 42 31 George C. Me arty nn
Lot 25. Mclarty Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. l-lcLarty _m__ I pointment. 'Irs. Evie L. Keen.I I
E n ft Lot 28. Mc- Fla Jttp
Canal Point
Larty Sub. _.. ._ 18 42 31 George C. Mclarty ------ :2.40S. I Box 151, ,
W. Corner lot 22
and 23 ______.______ IS 42 31 George C. Mclarty __uu 63.60; t FOR S.\U:: Easter lily planting -00AVAILABLE !

tot Sub.31. .Poland________Ridge_____ 8 42 31 F. M. POiteU ____________ 21.6Lot < bulbs, $1.00 per dozen, 100 for YOUR
12. mlt 5. Wash- $4000 deli\'ere W. W. Summerlin, AT
Ington Park Sub __ 18 42 31 A. R. Rice Est. ________ :3.6C Lake Placid, Fla Upd i I
Lot 20. S & E ot
Count Road and GROCERY STORE i
part of tract 3. as Indeed LOST: Post hole digger and piling I i
book 14S page Please return to I. S. .
154 ___n____________ IS 41 31 Jack Rogers ________ 5UC augur J26pI -0--0- !
Guthrie in Pahokee I

lot 1B. _____________. 13 42 36 Carmt'n Salratort' __..____ 1.9E I I
Tract 1 ._________m_ 13 42 36 Carml'n Salvatore ___.0." 12.1: ron S.Lt'acant Lot in Paho-
Lot 7 Dlk 1. Salvatore kee business section. $3,000.00.
Sub. mmm_____ IS 42 31 Carmt'n Salvatore ________ 3.3C Dan Carpenter Phone 2511. I tf LFAi

lot 8. Blk 1. Salvatore
Sub. _wmm__ 18 42r: : Carmen Salvatore ____0000 3.3C TRUCK FOIL HIRE: Haul and I
lot 13. Dlk I. Salvatore -
Sub __________ 18 42 31 Carmt'n Salvatore ________ 3.3C) thing, go an'where Call 3331,

Lot U.Sub BIt _1.___Salvatore _____._ IS 42 31 Carmen Salvatore______ 3.3C John Hatton, Pahokee, F1a. A9cgI I
Lot 3. Blk 2. Salvatore
Sub. ___un______ 18 42 31 Carmen Salvatore hu_. 33C I FOIL S.Celery supplies and Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.
Lot 12. Blk 2. Salvatore One ordJ ,
follows:
Sub. .__ __. 18 Ur: : Carmt'n Salvatore _____n_ 33C I equipment as i
Lot 8 ...._____un__..___ 18 42n: Tom Sh..ppttrd ____Un__ 216/ Sub-soiler: 1000 A-Frames: 5ieedBed
Lot U _.____ _____om 18 42 31 Tom Shepptrd ____m___ U()() slightly used: 50
Ely 110 ft or Tract 13 covers ______ _ _ __ t
and tract 12 __..__.0 8 42 31 E J. Sharon .........___ 41H) pounds celery seed, No. .63, Nc,
Lot 4. Tract 39 .____ 18 42 31 Johnnie West __-_____.. 9 I .63 short, pascal: One celery
L ot4 BIk 3. Friend .
Sub. .. ...._______ 18 42 31 John Washington ________ 42C I sprayer mounted on Fannall tract.lor I .
Lot 3. block 3. S. One Rainmaker equipped with] : 1
._ 8 42 31 E. Y. Wilson 36W ( ; I
Canal Point Road ------------ F.12I
40 ft Lot 2. Dlk 3. 1.4 mile pipes: One Fannall
S. Canal Point Road a 42 31 E. \". Wilson ____..... 18 60 I Tractorith metal wbee3];; One I YES WE DO HAVE
Lot 9. Block 1. Salvatore 2001elery ,
Sub ._ .. ____ 15 U 31 1sah Westbrook -------- 114 l.ot68.9.. Blk 4. field boxes almost new: 500I

Sub.Washington.. ... .._ Park._ _. IS 42 ;1 J. B. McDonald -..______ 114c'I field boxes used: One Ford cultiva.tor jj Davis Automobile Tires 1 J,
Lot 8. Block 2. Wasbington scratcher. First come first)
___._ 6 OC
Lot 9. Block Park 5.Sub.W.h.tnto" _.. 18 42 31 J. B. McDonald .un sen'ed. See L.S'. Knight a1nlgbt I

Park Sub IS 42 31 J B. McDonald __u______ 96C I : Farms one milt south of; I I'I
I, lot 13& 2Lot14. : '"
Block 5. Washington South B3Y. Aug9c and :
Park Sub. . ___ 18 U 31 A W ta.-rf'nt'e uu______ 420; i: 4.75-5.00X19, 5.25-5.50X17 600X16i
IItsT (1S Milk cow for sale: ,I i I III

rub: AUf 2. 9. 15 23. 30 Pahokee A E M.Y.tan.Palm Peach Tu Collector County City Flon 0&: I call 4Ott or see harry Waldhlager II \\'ith price range from . $l1.6S to 515,57I

I : Pahokt't, Fla. A9col
I i

I \\\Snu: : Preferably single settled II

r== I, elderly man for night wateh i1 The Davis Tire is the only Nationally I

man job. Newport Industries,

Notice To Growers and Planters I plant S miles South of Canal Point. :: 1\110\\'n Tire that gives you a definite
at
: Can even provide free housing ,

I pl1nt if desired. Apply in pergonewport i: 18 month pro-rata Guarantee,

:\ Industries Inc.. plant .1.1i
Farmers Production Crt\tit Association will have ; dtmI1g the day. A 9co1.I .
a representative at the office of )1. P. Holman I -0i -
I i
Inc., in P.1hoke, each Friday, beginning July 12 I nmU:: 1941 Buick 9 business

through August 15. 19.16. between the hours of coupe excellent condition. lr8. :I

for I Edna Young Phone 511. p.lhoI I Western Auto Associate Store
i
10 a. m. and 3 p m", to process applications kte 2tpd I

:I farm financing :
be I. )1. LAIR Owner PAHOJ\EE. Fiji,
..on S.\U: Small hOWf to ,

8-15-46 moved, fa 1 r condition pritt
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Cht3P, Poe 555. or 434:, Paokte.
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Friday, August 2. 1946 The Everglades New. Canal Point Florida PaB ply

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and son Dale have returned to
Mock.
Byrd
r -- their home in Pahokee after two Creig Burgess

weeks visit with relatives in Crest-
View and Chipley, Fla. The wedding of Miss Lois Byrd. Miss Audrey Christine Burgess
daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. W.
'I Dr and Mrs R. Sam Mosley and of Bartow and Norman L. Creigof
Byrd of Pahokee, and Kenneth
Waycross Ga., were married
children of Miami were the week-
Mock, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
I Tuesday afternoon in Canal Point
Mrs %V. H. returned end guests of Mrs. Iosley's par-
May to her
Mock also of Pahokee will take
by Notary Public Harold Rosen-
ents Mr and Mrs. L. L. in I
Stuckey
home in Pahokee Monday after
place at the Methodist Church
Pahokee. berg in Mr. Rosenberg's office Mr.
visiting friends in Jacksonville for Sunday, August 11th at 4:30 p. m. I Creig i is employed by the FerrinsI

several days. Irs. Lavon Batchelor of Spa with the Rev C. T. Howes, pastor, i 1 I Tree Surgeons and the young

Ronnie May will return to his kane, Wash., arrived in Pahokee officiating Mrs. 1. G. Elarbee of couple will make their home in Pa-

home In Pahokee Saturday from Tuesday to join her husband who Ft. Lauderdale, sister of the bride- I I hokee temporaril

Lakeland where he spent two returned to his home in Pahokee elect, will be matron of honor and ---_.. ----
weeks with his grandparents Mr. last Friday after 2 years in the Rupert Mock will be his brother's .I
Mr and Mrs. L. L. and
and Mrs H. May Army Air Corps Mr. and Mrs.I best man Mrs. H. C. Graham Shirley
son Jimmy have returned to their
Dalton Garrett spent the week will be pianist. No invitations have :
Spokane home in Pahokee after
end with friends in Orlando. I been issued but friends are invited spending
several weeks at Ft. Beach
Buddy Peepl has returned to make their home in Pahokee. to attend. Myers
his home in Pahokee afterspendin Henry Freeman spent the weekend I They were accompanied home br

several weeks with his grand- with his family in Miami. His : their daughter Peggy Lynn who
The Misses Nell and Helen has been visiting her grandparents,
parents In Orlando. a state road Inspector.
Howes and their brother Thomas Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Willoughby in
t
N. D. Evans spent several days Mr. and Mrs H. G, McGouirkof
Howes are visiting friends in Gainesville and Bobby Shirley of
l in Okeechobee City this week. Sand Cut have purchased the I
Key West this week. I Indiana
d Irs. W. A. Humphries Jr., is Hansen home on Bacom Point

visiting her mother In Oak Grove, Road and have moved there this

Fla.. this week. week.Mr..
I !/Ialll/l/l'/I///lal/Ial/1I01fil! ! !/!/
Sir. and rrs. Clarence Mackey and Mrs. Floyd Harrell of IiiNlQ

Tampa were the guests of the Rev,

NOTICE and Mrs. C. T. Howeh in Paho- Whatever Your Plumbing Needs
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY kee this week. Mrs. Harrell is

GIVEN that the partnership of the Rev. Mr. Howes' niece.

Wilson and Thomas who operated . 0 Phone J. Lee Taylor 550
:a business known "Wion and a a
CARD OF TII.\XKS
'Thomas Packing Company" not 0 PAHO) EEInstallations
We take this opportunity to
incorporated, being located at
r- thank all of our friend for the
Lake Harbor, Florida, have dis-
R Repairs
kind deeds during the illness and
a
solved partnership; and C. A.
death of our husband, father and
1 Thomas has withdrawn from said brother L. R. Dixon. We shall always 0 We install the kind of sanitary systems that pro.
and henceforth the I
partnership; remember and hold dear in test your health and give many years of trouble-
business shall be known as "W. R.
Wilson Packing Company;" and C. friendliness.Mrs.our heart .these expressions of E free service, using only the best of materials and 0

A. Thomas will not be connected 0 fixtures.
.
L. R. Dixon,
with the said business in any re-
,
Jimmy Gene Kay Paul

spect. Mrs J. S. Harrington
This July 12, 1946.C. .

A. Thomas .
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Pub. Aug. 2. 9, 16, 23, 30, 1946

IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT IS AND FOR i'JFl
PALM BF.\Cll COUNTY. rLOIUD.CII .\ I
\SCERSO.. 2-m I I l i

FRANK ORNSTEIN. :
Plaintiff :

,.s : ,ui..r.'i.i.: : :.:71 j'' ::w:w... \..,:: '.r..r... ." '.' ?' '
FLORENCE ORSSTEI : :. :
.l Deft'ndant. : ::::: .::;;.'\ :: .. .,
NOTICE TO \PPr.\R C DREG - .
TO FLORENCE ORNSTBIN 487 R.\LPII DEVItEcRAB
AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK: ;
You are hereby required to appear In NAL
r the above Court on the 19th day of
August A. D. 19-16. at the Court House
In West Palm Beach Palm Beach : 1 lbNp .
County. Florida to answer to the Bill robs 2t.
.
of Complaint for "I\'or'e filed against bread cheese: ." "
you In the above entitled cause and f One axed tnall botJ ;'. .. ,. tir, y '.''
regularly 1It
Everglades News a newspaper $Ctp : lb'eppett
Dubllihed In Palm Beach County. cx\ coo\t \0 tctS\ebo
C
Florida. Is hereby designated as the csabm 1/t 9t 9aI
SnQ
published newspaper In once which each this week order for shall four be eggs. b eaten S(11L pepper' < U; placecruxnbs in , ..:'w. (J 'i ;,,..

/' consecutive weekly tssUl'S. tie (C1uft'ngtedients '\11 ctackerF oven
DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm
Beach. Palm Beach County Florida lend sprinkle \igh :wn i? 5rAi beef
this lith day of July A D. 19-16. Y11th
& eUJ'.th anSerle
butter.
J. Alex Arnette Clerk of R
Circuit Court Palm Beach dot'i minutes. t R.tor .
County Florida MIs.
(Circuit Court Seal) sip 55.00 to this de' I
Thaddle P. Plant Ser1es 1ed lor .4
Dy "" 54'L
Deputy Clt'rk. AX has tn"e.. Florida d US your r?
Thadd Whlddfn. Attorney -"lonVlU Sen Pub' i t
1 a recl4e' '
11.11
Pan" er
Pahokfe ;
I i f for Plaintiff N' L
I t I r Florlcfa. Sug9estd: its Useoregicnal } ;
\ ghtiu\ lot ; .,
2. 9. 1946L ce pe
19. "August
Pub: July
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I ', What do you want done by a dragline? \\'e are

equipped to do it Clean out ditches, dig new one, 1r

I dike work, etc. 100 pet. GI owned and operated.A "

phone call will get Ug in touch with )'ou.

:4' .

THOMAS HANDLEY ,


P110N'E 3271 AHOKEEI ;

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RESTAURANT the tangy ;oodneu of the sea enhanced by the sparkling .

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SUNDAY XIGIIT, AUGUST 4 problem of thirst, turn to JAX Beer, the Southeast's

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Page Sit TIe Everglades sews, Canal Point, Florida Friday, Augwt 2, :946IL

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I er. supported by a committee of

100 outstanding citizens. I :

'5 Headquarters of the AU.Florida -m

Agricultural and Industrial Assn

are located in St, Petersburg. I
'
r County agents or others interested ,
and desiring further informa- OUR IW TAl A ()CRAM )

tion can address the organization IS BASED 011 THE

P. 0, Box 11.0, St Petersburg,
L: I Floria. "SHEAl THE WEALTH"4f

_ _ ... PLAN.
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". VEB'B"S IITYYr DAIP'i CALF CUvcrra'f : Personal Items I / .t:

{ + For Do 's a 'Gtrls op :,il. CIu65N,1 i, = b #"
s r'cr;"
iO'REGiSTERED'JERSEY' HEtFeR CALVTO Irs. Xola B. Smith, Mrs. Mary \d/ .. \J, qk
urdoff and Irs. Sally Shipley /' ;t,
'1HEO SOLD will leave Thursday for a two G \ !!\'
E D. Aw "EX1f8ITED t.c."t _
weeks vacation with relatives and Co I'
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friends in Georgia and Spartan- ,
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burg, S. C While in Spartanburg f".J4 0' .ir0\I

they will visit Miss Lil Teasley. '
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j who is the sister of Ir.s. lurdoff >, ,
.
". 1<; :" 0
land a former resident of Pahokee. :
Miss Dorothy Smith of Key West
,'is the house guest of Miss Nell

< Howes in Pahokee t Pay as rOll go" taxes

I Miss Eleanor Slonaker of Clewiston .
are considered more p3in-
19 visiting her brother.in.lawI
sister Mr. and Mrs. Manning
and
g I less. So are accident,
I. Keen. She had as her week-eml

guest Miss Eleanor Tanner also o! thefts, fires, etc., if covered

: Cle'iston.lr .
and lrs. R. B. Iackey and by adequate il15urance

children have returned to their

lrTypu home in Pahokl'e after visiting relatives -
O. R. PLEECIIlNSCIRNCF
aJ ;f'a..Bar scenes occuring at Arcadia, Wauchula, md Bridenton, IS the picture above taken at I in Gadsen, Ala., and Crest-
Plant City, where four lucky Hillsborough County youngstds were presented with pure.bred Jersey I view. Fla. 1)\1I0KEC
heifer .11"5.. Prior to the Plant City delivery, the trU"k topped to deliver calves to Berry Lee O'\eal, J. T. Fuqua and his brother Bob
15, and Jrnnu" Rose. 16, both of Punta Garda, at Ar.adla. Charles Shackleford 12, of Zalio and Betty I Fuqua have returned to their home
Crevelinb 17 of Bowling Green, at Wauchula and Marilyn Gillette 12, and Michael Corrigan, 11, both of in Pahokee after visiting relatives
Bradenton. II11lsborough County awards were made to Howard Lloyd 12. Palll Iiley, 13, Doris Jean and friends in Alabama and Daytona -
Shl'3rard, U, all of Plant City and Martha Julia Ha athorne 12 of Knights. Col. A. P. Cooke, publisher Beach. 'Irs. Fuqua remained PALM BEACH
of the Plant City Courier made the awards as representative of the St. Petersburg Fair and Webb City, Inc. in Daytona for a longer visit.
Dairy Call Club COUNTRY CLUB
wwvuwi Irs. Raymond Christian and son

by county agents in 11 Florida I Tinker are visiting Irs. Christian's GREEN FJtS:
First
ST, PETERSBURG, stop .
i calves. which later \\illlJ.! exhibited mother Mrs. Sanders inVest
In the ambitious program of the counties. The first 10 calves were \ntliEXnS, $2
AU Florida Agricultural & Industrial delivered last week, all registered and sold at the St. Petersburg Palm Beach. \UEKU.\, $1"> 0

A. .l. Inc to encourage the Jerseys, sound, healthy, and sired Fair, Jan 14-25 and the proceeds Miss Frances Howell has returned -
to her home in Pahokee after : St\SOX.\I1 MEMIIEIIS111PS:
development of better livestock in by the best bulls at the Pennock above actual cost of the calves at
I visiting friends in OkeeehobeeCit i 100lh Mllal fi60 Illu", tax
last week with the Plantation of Jupiter, F1orida.
Florida, came
time of delivery to the -t-U club
.
of bred Jersey calves The presentation of these calves Family . $.) Illu'i tar
delivery pure member, as well as all cash prizes Irving lrQuaig, an intelligence
to Florida 4.JI Club boys and gills is sponsored by J. E. Webb, president I Sandwich and
in several counties of Webb's City, St. Peters- won by the animals, will go to the officer in the Army Air Corps stationed -
at Orlando visited his uncle
The plan, worked out by the St. burg, and the group will be known boy or girl who raised them I Bar Service
and aunt. Mr. and lrs. C. F. Mc-
Petersburg Fair, to be held next as Webb's City, Inc Dairy Calf In addition, )Olr, Webb, to further
Quaig and family in Pahokee while
Jan 14-25, calls for the furnishing Club. i
the effort, will
encourage give a enroute to Miami where he has
of bred Jersey heifer Under the plan, the boys and I
pure fine outfit, suit, shirt, shoes and i been transferred.Mr. .
calves to boys and girls selected I girls will feed and grow their
and Mrs. Thomas Elliott and
hat and a corresponding outfit of CHILLS & FEVER
I song Tommy and Larry left this
----- dress, hat, shoes and nylons to the :
boy or girl whose calf is winner.It week for Shelbyville, Tenn", where I DUE TO MALARIA
M I\l..IIYJMI. 11IIMI.VllyllY..II.I. is the intention of the Fair they \\ill'isit Mrs. Elliott's par-
ents Mr, and Mrs Faulk.Mrs. RELIEVED
Association to make this calf club
an annual event and next year W A, Humphries, sr", Is 666I
Prince Theatre they hope to put out at least 200 visiting her mother in Crestview, BY--

dairy calves and 200 beef calves F1a. Ca.trd t'W aJY n dun f

in the 11 counties surrounding St.
Pahokee Florida
Petersburg.On I ,
account of the lateness of the ;
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
season, only 10 suitable registered
Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
AUGUST 4.5EMi Jersey calves have been found for

delivery at this time and while the
of all sizes and varieties for
Fair Association had hoped to .

I establish a Guernsey Club as well your Selection.LANDSCAPING. i iI I
as curbs for the foremost beef
I I breeds, suitable registered animals :

I could not be found.
I I I I The basic plan for the entire I as you like it. \\'e are organized and equipped to doa I

# I I state as outlined in the charter of I II thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
S4 the All.Florida Agricultural &
j I In-I
dustrial Association, Inc. is to !
I \s always, you are
vide Florida into six sections of 11
I I counties each, with large sectional: welcome at our

I: fair to be located at Pensacola

Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Ocala, XrIt."tlms: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No, 25 at ,

St. Petersburg and Iiami. City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida
a The fairs at Pen acola and

Tallahassee not be develop ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
until 1948, but those at Jacksonville -

St. Petersburg, Miami and
I j
II I I Ocala will be in readiness for nestoeason -

it was announced by R.M. .

Williams, executive vice president -
of the organization.
All of the fairs will be modern !
I I agricultural and livestock fairs Our Glades Patrons

with carnival features of minor

portance. The association will 1m-I
and supervise them but at ...
Receive a high priority rating in this store. \\'e
point local J'roupsill do the operating. -\
The 19ft' circuit will open I are always ready and anxious to serve those who

: -1 with the Fair in Jarkon\'tlJe 'I busy themselves several months in the year producing -
which will from Jan 111.
with livestock operate and agn'ulturaJ food \\'e realize the rush during the proiJ

exhibits harnes: racing. socrrtyhorse ducirg month, and make it a point to get your iJ

shows redoes. tournaII1I'nts. merchandise to you with as little delay 3S rO ible! CI
free sch and amusements. fOllo"\-j
ed by the St. Petersburg on ,
the Hth and so on with no l"1n.fIlrtin IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE: .:J

!: dates, with diplay I IIf the TO BE OF SERVICE TO THOSE

fmtst herd ot beef amt da.r\ WIIO PHOnl'CE SUCH I.\HGf:
cattle. as well as bogs. !:t'f'n.
FOOD CHOPS
and xn.h.t-
poultry horses as art
iJ
td at northern state fairs bt in

the past could not afford tn \st

Florida for only one stow
/ 1'w 1 I 1
Among the representative men Halsey Cttithrti1'FST
back ot the project are W T Bay

nard, president R. 11. 1Vilfams.

executive vice president Earl PA1 1I BFACH-
Brown and Col. Douglas Young,

vice presidents, William E. Tyler,
it "
secretary Ld J. L. Bryce, uta.sur-



August 2. 1946 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida l'e Seven
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. aged social climber before her spent two weeks in Pahokee visit- ,Watson of Tallahassee: State Representative -

Cinematic Chatter marriage the abiding presence of Personal Items ing relati\'es. John Bollinger and
'Rebeccatr is u real as a tangible
Those from onh'erde,
returning
By Malcolm Millar i ,Joe Hill editor of the Palm
thing, making her even more nervous iI
I Fla.. Friday where they attended
" i Beach Post in West Palm Beach.
more introverted, than be- I
On SundayIonda, August 4-5 II Miss Lucille Salvatore is visit- summer camp were; Miss Yvonne I .Mr. and 1r3. Rupert lock and

many people will enjoy lovely Joan fore.Only a chance discovery unearths ing her brother-in.law and sister Lee Fraser, Tinker Christian, and lli. and Mrs. Lewis Friend have
3Ir. and Irs. Jack Paulette in
Fontain and artistic Laurence the fact that 'Rebecca" was I lark Worth of Pahokee and Miss I returned from Philadelphia where
Olivier when they re-do "Rebecca," hated, might even have been killed 'I Tampa. Patsy Geiger and Miss Lillian Mr. Friend and Mr. lock attended
which is, by the way a re-is.sue of by her husband, and serves al- 'I Iiss Ruth 1Vroten a student at Kimball of Canal Point. Milton I the National Lions convention. Before -
one of the most popular book-a- so to center the lives of the two the Charity Hospital school of I Wilson, who also attended the: returning to their home in
film tales that has been brought to principals and bring them back nursing in New Orleans is spending camp returned to his home in Pa-i I Pahokee they visited in New York
the screen. from the tangent on which the I her vacation with her parents hokee Thursday. : Cit)'.
In the cast with this pair of de- memory of "Rebecca" had placed Mr. and Irs. W. R. Wroten andfamily :Miss Joy Padgett who is spend- I Mr. and lrs. Albert Cant and
serving stars are George Sanders, them. I in Pahokee. ing the summer in Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. Byron Todd of Del-
Judith Anderson Nigel Bruce, Re- While never seen, never heard Mr. and Irs. J. D. Rogers with her parents is the house guest I ray Beach have returned from a
ginald Denny C. Aubrey Smith, "Rebecca's" spirit dominates the, spent Monday in Ft. Pierce. this week of Miss Barbara Wroten. trip to Pittsburg, Pa., Niagara
Gladys Cooper and many other picture a9 it does the characters, Mr. and Irs. lyers Fountain Thomas Howes has returned to Falls, N. Y. Canada, Detroit, Indianapolis -
well known featured players.To and under the skillful hand of Al- and sori Neil left this week for his home in Pahokel after spend- : Ind., and 1issi.ssippi.
refresh your memory it retains fred Hitchcock the story moves Cordele, Ga., where Irs. Fountain ing several weeks with a youth Miss: Sara Sanders has returned
almost a verbatim faithful- with vigor interest, suspense and and Neil will spend several weeks comradeship team who assisted in to Palm Beach after visiting her
ness to the book, which spins the decision, onward and upward to a vacation with relatives. !Ir. Fountain conducting vacation church schools 'parents Mr. and Irs. ItV.. Sand-
tale of a man the girl he marries grand climax that leaves you returned to his home in Pa- throughout the state ers at Pahokee. She was accom-
after the death of his faithless breathless and a trifle surprised i hokee Tuesday State Representative B. Elliott panied on her return by Yrs. Sand-
first wife, and their home all overshadowed at the final climax. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pope have and Yrs. Elliott had as their guest ers and Irs. W. A. Howell and
by the mocking spirit I am sure you will thoroughly returned to their home in Pahokee Friday Attorney General J. Tom daughter Miss Frances Howell.
of "Rebecca" the woman he had enjoy every moment of this de- after visiting relatives in Mississippi -
married first. lightful story, and I have picked it and Baton Rouge, La. for
For her memory he holds noth- as the picture of the week on this several weeks.Mr. !
ing but hatred Rebecca having schedule. and lrs. W. W. Smith and ; :
been admittedly at first by action See you at the muvie3- ral. son Dwight have returned from SEA-BEE EVINRUDE
later on, a wanton, as well as a wit -..S .- -- Gainesville where they visited Mr. i
and beauty. I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. IcLure Jr., I Smith's parents Mr. and lr3. I. L
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