Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00451
 Material Information
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 9, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00451
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
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It's Done By Magic! Ba..dill Secures 87,956.35 County

You Read While We

Take Vacation! Linihiozer For Glades Road Work

Really thf're' nothing to } F f'.
this thing d printing news-
JUpt'rFor more than a S.c Y
quarter of a century our 4I S
friend, base toM u" just than I ,
They have \\(,nlli'mlhat \\f I y v ,
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do all week when the paper I x

comes out only once.t
I \011 are today nreivingycur ..
! paper on Umt' You an'u't
inconvenienced a little hit. rr
But, all the time we are hundreds tr, r c i y::,', "w ?

cf miles from The Everglades ,. "
Xt"\\ office enjoying
a \\1'11 earned and much needed -
rt'"t. It's all don hy male.
From our secret hideawayuirroundfyi : T ;. \ -p :' 4 4C
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by an a In pie
amount of p ':tee anti comfort n 1z
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magic torts and there I is produrtI ,,..My j r 1 A,
for you your favorite r'e a F, {' '. t

nt'1':1pt'r.. Then a few made t ,,',
\\crl.+ and it i i.. In the mail ; !
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and un it" nay tQ you. i

.". you hale !aka before, 6r
th're\ nothing to It!
That ('ould f be tm. A
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Plans Made To :

Halt Alms Nuisance i
s, ajS

out that the Florida Association I
I S.
for the Deaf does not sanction or .
approve the sale of deat-mute al-
phabet cards or the soliciting of PArt RARDIX GETS lonE EQUIP IENT-And the picture above shows that the Glades commissioner is letting no

alms, Henry S. Austin, secretary, grass grow under his feet when it comes to getting machinery to build road in the Glades section of Palm Beach

urges public support in putting a County The picture was taken along the highway recently when the new 87,956,35 D-G Caterpillar Bulldozer was des

stop to the practice livered to the Pahokee rock pit. It i is the very latest thing in bulldozer equipment and came straight from the 'factor)',

Investigation reveals that in A few mon'h ago Hanlin secured a $1JOOOOO: Lorain dragline for work in the Glade Se\"eralnew trucks, a new jeep
some inotances such cards are be.
ing peddled by persons who are and other much needed equipment has been secured hy the (Glades commissioner since he took office a little more than

neither drat Of mute, who pry on a rear ago. "All we need is i a little time," Hardin aid, "and we'll have enough equipment in this section of the county

a sympathetic public and at the I that we can actually get something done in the way of building county road," The innocent looking chap in the picture

Mme time bring reflection on all who is admiring the new bulldozer is none other then Rardin himself.
deaf people. ,I .
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The Florida Association at a r-. : Operating under Ue assumption where fresh watEr fish were found.In .
cent convention voted to request Few People Know Controversy About
that te Constitutional Amend- order to bt' absolutely fair, the
the next legislature to adopt a law
Eimiliar to that of the other states ; ment did net change the status of Regulations approved by the Com-
I Lake Okeechobee'sFresh-Salt 'Vateri 'I
prohibiting the peddling of deaf. Lake Oke'chobee and the St. Johns mission were made effective u or

mute alphabet cards and soliciting i I River, commercial fishing under October I, 1946, the date on which

alms since it is obnoxious to the I Few people know the story be- commercial fishermen have been i the jurisdiction of the State Board licenses issued by the State Board
deaf and is a nuisance and imposition -
hind the controversy concerning condemned for failing to follow cf Conservation continuE'd. of Conservation would upirt" By
ronrunt'd.as far as the public is I I the St. Johns River from the \0- the methods pre. 'ribtd a. legal by I On February 6. 1945, the Su- doing this, commercial fishermen
lusia Bar North, and Lake Okee- the Game and Fresh Water Fish Court of Florida in the
preme who have fished Lake Okt'H'hob
Those who sincerely wish to aid I
chobee. Department. In fact, neither the ease of L. E. Bell \'S. E. D. 'aughn
the deaf or mutt can help those so and that portion fA the St. Johns
These waters are actually fresh, Department Of the fishermen were handed down an opinion a portion
afflicted in finding gainful employ.meat and the fish which inhabit them i in the wronJ By law the Game of which reads as follows: River from the 1'olusia Bar North
Mr. Austin said.
are fresh water fish with the exception and Fresh Water Fish Department i .It is common knowledge that for years were given ample time to
,. I of salt water species which bad nothing to do with those some species of fresh water fish change their place of operation
hl\ AIR LINES i run up the St. Johns River from waters any more than they had inhabit both salt and fresh water during the life of their State Board
i the outside! salt waters. Yet by an supervision over the ocean or the and art frequently taken from of Conservation license, thereby
CLEAR TER -The ixth air I Act of the Legislature they were gulf and the commercial fishermen estuaries bays streams, and bayous not having to forfeit any part of
lint Southern Air Express, a cargo ; both declared to bt salt waters and : were entirely within their adjacent to the shore. Since the money which they had paid for
('uUit111 start using Pint'llas i the fish within them regardless of rights to take fish from those Section 30 vests the "management their licenw-.
Master Airport August 1 for I whether they were fresh or salt I I watt'r.s in any manner approved by I restoration, conservation. and rtg- Catfish may still be taken commercially .
flights in the United States Dr. placed under Ue jurisdiction of the the S a I t Water Dt"partment. ulation" of fresb water fish in the from these waters, but
James E. Mooney, County Avia- Department of State Conservation I Everything wu according to law Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission they must t'of taken under methods
tion Director announced this \\'t't'k. having jurisdiction over salt water -but few realized it, and nothing iL juri cUon for that approved by the Game and FreshWater
: and salt water fish. For this I II but Art of the Legislature
Other lines now using Pinellas an purpose must necessarily extend nib Commission rather
.!aster Airport art: U. S. Airlines: reason, for years back;: fresh water could change 1t. over such waters u art alt or than by methods approved by the
A t r 0 v i a s La tint \mtriranu fish haw been taken from Lake II In 1941 the Legislature passed partly salt if the amendment i4 State Board of Conservation.The .
(ALA): Delta Airlines: Command. Okt't'chobee and the St. Johns the Constitutional Amendment to be given full eUtet. There is Commission hu aLso approved
tr Airlines and National A1rlintS. River from the \'olusia Bar north creating a Game and Fresh Water not;:r.J.: m Section 30 or Article an amendment to their
... tany manner approved by the 'Fi h Commis ion. This Amends Four or Chapter 21PtS, ithe! law Rules and Regulations:: whlth will
-- State Board of Conservation, orthe r.-ent: gave to the Commission the under which Mr. Bell was brought sto') the all jf fresh water tiM.
In t'lOOing chicks a good practice Department having jurisdiction rower to "ftx bag limits and to to trials Acts of 1943. affecting except catfish, garfish, mudfW1 or
s. to allow 1-3 to 1.2 square t over those water". The Game and fiX open and closed seams on 1 the subject matttr which prohibits black fish. effective October 1.
foot of r.oor. space and ont linu Fresh Water Fish Department .state-\\1dt'. regional or local basis. thiS cd the amendment regulates 1946. This action was taken 1n
inch of trough space per chick for :had no j'uisdiction over them : . and to regulate the manner the method jf fishing and not the order to guard the interest of the
the first few weeks, says Frank whatsoever.Yet. and method of taking transport- glare flf fiJh1ng." sports fishermen In Florida and to
Ferry, assistant pou1tr)1nanith for years te Game And ing.storing And using birds, game, Clothed with this power, the prevent F16ndA fresh water fish
the Florida ftttnsion Stn1ct. Fresh Water Fish Department fur-btaring animals, fresh water I Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission from being completely dlarlpattdb
In proportion to weight chickn5 have been condemned for permitting i fish reptiles and amphibi&nJ." ; fmmediaUly began taking commercial fiJ ermen. Many
drink twice u much water u the seining of fresh water fish This Amendment wu approved by steps to tAke over the control of ether States in ttt Union han
beef cattle, sheep or "into t-y commercial: fishermen and the the people on November 3, 1942. fresh water fish regardless of taken 6im1liar acUtc.

The Everglades \ew.s Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 9, 19-16
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announcement was sufficient 1 tJ I

THE EVERGLADES NEWS frighten thousands away who oth.erise HOME I !

would have vacationed here BERRY FUNERAL
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region this summer II

Established 1924 Published Every Frida, Discussing facilities offered. I

Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance motor tourists, it wag brought out Ambulance ServicePahokee ;
that the conditions of many restrooms II

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office in the state were distrracful. -

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class llitter of Tourist Commerce Bureaus reported and Chambers more- Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 i ;

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher complaints on this score than eve I
before and expressed the hope that

something could be done to rectify;
Senator Pepper's Departure the situation before the heavy influx -
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arrived nex: -------- ---- I
of motor tourists
In his zealous march further and further to the extreme
left, Florida's junior senator has given aid and encourage I season A of the Petrol I
ment to radical elements whose ideologies run counter to the eum said that company owned '

best in our American democracy. A majority of the people and operated filling stations of The Farming'

of' FlorIda now feel that Senator Pepper's perspective is such companies as Gulf, Pure Oil. ,

warped, that he if playing the role of opportunist, that hf Standard and others were inspe" .

has departed too far from bedrock democracy. ed regularly and kept in a sanh.ary. '

Certainly, this crucial moment is no time for men in p0- condition but with no authorit Season HIS
stations, it wN s
over independent
be encouragement to
sitions like Senator Pepper's to giving
difficult to get operators to keep;
leaders whose are far from being programs
radical programs
their places clean. T. B O'Ste n
of stability nad constructh'eness. of the Florida Greyhound Un i

There was a time, notably when Senator Pepper was last said the fault was not all orr the ARE !
up for reelection, that his friends forgave many of his shortcomings side of the local interests and c Intended NOW APPROACHING. 'VE

and supported him with the explanation that he was thatathe traveling puhlc
a misunderstood prophet who would be vindicated in due was largely to blame Opera+ot'3 READY WITH OUR FARM WARES

of public wash rooms in hotels, 'JU3
There has been plenty of time for vindication, but his stations, tourist camps and trays l I
terminals have found that kt' ping
lamentable.He .
and more and more
derelictions more
0 such places clean and sanitary i9
has brought more and more disappointment and embar-
one of their most difficult problem
rassment to some of his best friends and most ardent sup- due primarily to lack of CO-OD'ra- 'Indications are bright that \\'e'ill

porters in Florida-Lakebnd Ledger. Lion on the part of the tra\"eHn.!
public It was pointed out that hare a busy fall season in the farming -

women. were the worst offendrs \
Problem In Reverse
Race in this respect and a campaign tJ business Farmers will be need-
writes John Temple Graves, "if
"Imagine the educate the public was advocated.
of population to total in each state, the was a
the percentage negro Altogether meeting
North and South, were about 15 or 20 rather 50 in Mississippi reat su'cess Much constructive ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides,

and four in New York, 35 in Georgia and five in Illinois thought was developed and its effect -
as now. If that should happen, I would be willing to will be felt in the better handing and Tools. Most of our supplies are
Association for the Advancement of Florida's tourist business s
small bet that the
place a
of Colored People would find it necessary to nice this: coming season.1E.i111.1' ..... no\\' reaching our \\'arehouse. To be
attention to fighting race crimination in the
North more than in the South end would have to have its headquarters II.\I.P UII.I.lOX sure you are not caught napping better -
rather than New York because of .
in Birmingham agriculture Commissioner Nathan .I see us noand place your ordel's
the lesser racial feeling here. rayo disclosed here last week .
And that situation may yet arise if cotton picking ma- that Florida produced 5150,518,000 I

chinery and celery cutting machinery continues to be substi- worth of farm commodities in !

toted for negro lahor.-San onillerald. 19 5.46. Seventy kind of fruit I, ,
and sixty kind of vegetables were

Report Two men To hearing The Widow identical} names, one a clergyman and grown during the year.TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA !i KilGORE 80[[ CO1

the other a businessman, lived in the same city. Jl-r. 8th. 19-16 I
The clergyman died at about the time the businessman NOTICE that the I
SOTICr Is hereby given Pahokee Belle Glade
took i\ trip to California. Upon reaching the Pacific coast TrJ.tees' of the Internal ImprO.fmfntFund i
of the State of Florida. Pursuant
he sent his wife a telegram informing her of his safe jour- to Lac. will offer tlJ',sale. for obJ- Phone 3201 Phone lOG ;
the message wa delivered to the widow tlon., only. In Tallal'la>st'e. Florida. at i iAN
nero Unfortunately 11.00 o'clock A. M. August 20th. 19-16, iI I i iI
of the clergyman. Imagine the good woman's shock when the following; described lands in PALM
terrific.Coronet.Double EACH COUNTY: I I II
she read : "Arrived afely-heat A parcel of sovereignty land adjacent .
to an unnumbered Lot betneen -
Lots A.67 and A- 8. Section
Surprise 18, Township 42 South, Range 37East.
described a'l follows: - --
When the nylon scramble was the ole topic of the hour Begin at the NE Comer of Lot A-68. I
the pail'of afore+aid, thfnce' N 29 degrees 41'
we met a woman who insists she had worn same Vest 9465 feet. along the East
"Evel1' winter," she epbinell, Lot Un of Lot A-68. projected;
for ten
stocking years.
thence North 58 degrees 12' 40"
"I knit new feet in them, and every summer I knit new East 500 feet along the U. S. R.WUn SHOWS SOME
how much wear you ,: thence South 29 degrees 41"
tops for them, and 'ou'd be surprised East 9404 feet to the NE
of pair of stockings that wa '." \\'e would, and Comer of Lot A.67: thence South NEW\ RARE IERCHANDISE
out a '
can get hearing that 57 degrees 10' 30" West SO feet to
we would be even more greatly surprised on the Point of B lnnlng.
following her example.- The Purchaser Is to pay the adrer-
even a single other woman wag sing 'cst You hare all been waiting for an assortment of
Huron Expositor. FUND._reserve the right Aluminum and Granite household ware. \\rell, we
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Miami and--Pensacola---- - made reports: to BY reject ORDER any of and the all TrustE't'S bide of the Inv now have it for you, including mot every type of

h conditions in their sections and ternal Improvement Fund of the State utensil, including those large size . .
on of
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY compared notl'l An indicaaUons Florida.Ml11ard F. Caldwell Governor .

pointed to another big tourist sea Attest F C. Elliot See. ALUMINUI] ROASTERS AND ;
SJn, but secretaries reported much Trustees I. h Fund I
Pub' July 19, 28, Aug. 2. g. 18. 1948
improvement in facilities for hand
National Pressure Cookers
(By Russell Kay) ling visitors and expressed conti- NOTICE 01- IIUCTlOS e J
dente that aU who came nex'' FOR TAX DEED
.. season would be able to find room: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, This is i picnic and outing time and no outfit is :
No division of the Florida State and urged that the practice of That John H. Bird3all holder ofTax complete without a Little Brown Jug water cooler. '

Chamber of Commerce Is more i frightening tourists away \\ith Certificate Xo 33189, issued They come in enamel with either spigot or snout I

active or does a better job than the stories of folks sleeping in their the 7th day of August, A. D 1933, and aluminum tip drinking cup. They are really I
Tourist and Development Dhision I can, in hotel lobbies and parks b.! hu filed same in my office and nice and con\'enient. I

headed bv Joe Adams: who opt discourageJ has made application for a tax
rates the FJ Commodore Hotel In I Pointing out that it was always died to be issued there-on Said Soap Powder-good for household use, cleaning

Miami, and this year 13 \'icePres.If advisable to urge folks to make certificate embraces the follo\\ing cars or family washing. Better get some while

( the American Hotel Men's Assoclatton. I advance reservations if possible, described property in the County the supply is a\'aiJable.
they contend that thousands of Palm Beach, State of Florida,
materials in all forms in de-
I Spraying are now
be to wit
At a meeting in Tampa las without reservations could still :
week the Division reviewed the taken care of, and told how stories Lots 548 to 551 inclusive The mand and we can supply you with the dust or

State's tourist development effort 'ot overcrowding and lack ot fa. Gardens at South Palm Beach liquid combinations, a5 well 33 the sprayers for

and considered plans for the corning t dlities last seam kept thousands as in Plat Book 9 Page 13 Section their use Keep flies and bugs down, use frequent.Iy .

St'a..oon. The meeting was one :away and shortened the S13Son. 44. Township H South on your garbage cans as a health safety meas.
of the best attended and most i Railroad: and bus officials expressed I Range n Eagt.I ore.
t'nthu1asUc ever staged. : confidence that their facilities I The assessment ot the said prop-
\\'aUn no time the session got for handling traffic would uty under the said certificate i Lawn rten5i15-Shear, Sprayer, Hakes, hoes,

down to business at an S:30 breakfast be much improved by fa11. All sued wa in the name of l'nknown. Scythe, HOi'e and Fertilizers for gra53 md (lower .

after which the group immt'diattly lines now haw new equipment ordered Unless said certificate shall beedeemed ?.
adjourned to the conference and plan to operate on fat. according to bY, the
room to listen to reports of com- I er and more frequent sC edules.All lroperty described therein will be TilE IIOIE 11AlU)1VAlE.ter
lines plan a heavy advertising sold: to the highest bidder at the'ourt !
discussions schedule designed to bring tra\'t' house door on the first Mom'I ?

8ct\'ity.! to FloridJ. day in the month of September

Roy C. Beckman. Director of the The silly action of Georgia ofricials 1 916, which is the 2nd day of Sep I ,
Florida State advertising Conrmts- in placing a quarantine on I ember 1946. : IIETZNER S

lion, reviewed! the work done by Florida was deplored and MCr-1 Dated this 22nd day of July, !
the Commilon to date and explained Caries reported that it resulted in I IIlarply 1 946, I
In detail how Inquiries !! retarding the< summer J. Alex Anette, Clerk THE 1I.\nnWAnf: STOnE

were handltd. His talk wu well tourist business of Jack+miUt&sch. cf Circuit Court ot i SLAIN STREET BELLE GInE, rl .\.
received and the CmmL>slon was t Daytona Beach ud other Palm Beach County,

given a vote of ronfidence. I point3. It' was pointed out that F1orids i
Chamber of Commerce secretaries such a quarantine was never rtalI (Circuit Court Stoat) iI I
I the Pub: 26-Aug 2, 9:. 16. 23,1946
from points as distant u I invoked but publicity given July



Friday, August 9, 1946 The E\"erglades e\\ Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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your on e 800,000,000 .. I

I I:' .'! people dies of starvation somewhere in the world . I \ i!I,

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You can DO something about if in your own kitchen !:

.Use and reuse your cooking fats, and when you have peacetime necessities Your fat salvage releases fresh :
gotten aU their food value, turn them in to your meat food fats for distribution abroad. Save every drop to :

dealer for four cents per pound. Your salvaged fats help yourself and to relieve sufferi1g and shortages. i

are used !here at home to help make soap and other throughout the world. !


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If you'ye never been hungry-if you'ye never missed a

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

Those of us here in the Everglades are blessed \\'ith

much food could do a great deal to ease the hunger pains

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

mind, this message is sponsored by:




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Page Four The Everglades! Kes, Canal Point, Florida Fridar, August 9, 1946

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I Street Cars Lose to evade responsibility------1 to unionized : study by Wayne University, A&P

Notice street car operators as suggested i ibr Food Stores and the major airlines

I Money In Tampa Raymond Sheldon, attorney for I indicates.

Notice is hereby given that the folloxng described: land;. o! so much thee the street car emplo'es. I''
of IU will be necessary to pay the amount due for tues for the yea 19'U. herein TAMPA Francis J. Ganno, "We made the deal," Gannon r NOTICE
with the cost of such sale and advertising
bet will opposite be sold to at the public sable auction together on the 2nd day of September A. D. 1940 at president of Tampa Electric Company sad, .to get out of a bad situa-I l PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY

twelve O'clock noon at the Cay H'\l1 In the City ot Pahokee. County ot Palm told the State Railroad Com- tion, and we haw no interest GIVEN that the partnership ot

Beach and State ot Flortd1. II mission at a hearing in Tampa last whatever in the bus company or Wilson and Thomas who operated

week, that authority to abandon any other transit line." a business known as "Wilson and

I its street car system is sought because Tampa Transit Lines is purchasing Thomas Packing Company," not

"offa it had shown a loss for the the street cars and spare incorporated, being located at

last 10 years, except during the equipment for $85,000, Gannon : Lake Harbor, Florida, have disc

M :;!i t = != wartime peak. Said, and added that the entire solved partnership; and C. A.
;:. ; m :: ::2 W He declared Tampa Electric system is rundown to such an ex- Thomas has withdrawn from said
3 = sLot
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cars to Tampa Transit Lines for a to rehabilitate it sufficient- business shall be known as 1V. R.
Ti42 31 D. W. Crocker ---- S 5.10 profit or as a "round about way"I "
S Garden 23.20 ly to provide adequate service. ; Wilson Packing Company; and C.
Lot 10 Garden Sub. __ 18 42 31 Iieclt Chaley --------- . I
W. 50 tt X56ftlot13 I, A. Thomas will not be connected
a: W. 50 tt I 56 tt 5.10 TilE CIRCUIT COURT IS .\SD fOR If airlines can lower their cargo with the said business in any re-
lot 14 Shirley Block n 42 31 Mrs: Ruby ChIne ----- P.\UI BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA
Salvatore CHANCERY SO. 22.l2i rate to three cents a mile, approximately spect.
BlIt 3.
Lot 6.
Sub. .__._._____u____ 15 42 31 J1I1ei Carter ____ ._ 9bC FR.:.'\K OP.XSTEIS, : 25 per cent of the nation'sfresh This July 12, 1946.

Lot Sub.11. PIt__._3_.Salvatore_____m. 18 42 31 James Carter _--- 9 CO v:;. Plaintiff :: fruit and vegetables may be C. A. Thomas '
W. 50 rt lot 1m .__.._ a 42 31 B. Elliott __________ 9.60 FLORENCE ORiSTEIN, : carried by plane, a continuing Pub. Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1916i

Lot Sub.1. __BUt_____1_,_.Geiger___... 18 42 31 B. Elliott _____....-_ :.10 NOTICE Defendant.TO \...:..E.RTO
N. FLORENCE ORNSms. 481 RALPH ---- -- - - ----- --- ---
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&W.: 2S 124___.ft_Lot____: __23__ n 4. 31 F &: R Corporation------ EO AVENUE You are BROOKLYN hereby required NEW to appear YORK:In !('I,m,,mil'fro fmn1 t ih1 f\t m,t \ 'l't1m"n ih1 il; ;
N.1,62 tt of the S. the above Court on the 19th day of
116 tt of the S. August. A. D. 1946. at the Court House
Ely Wlv 15 ft Lot 25 ___. 13 42 31 F d: R Corporation ----- 960 In West Palm Beach Palm Beach I Fine Clothes For '
S. Ely 50 ft of the N. County. Florida to answer to the Billof HERBERT'S
Wly 184 ft of the S. Complaint for divorce med against Men and Women '
Wry 1 tt of Lot 25 __ 18 42 31 F &: R CJrpQration _n_ 960 you in the above entitled cause and
Lots 31 do 32 ._.___n 18 42 31 W. E. Goden ____ --. 5460 Everglades News. a newspaper regularly TAILORED TO MEASUREHave \
published In Palm Beach County.

Lot Sub.6 Bile___...1.,___Geiger_.____ 18 42 31 \.. TGeiger _______ 3.33 Florida wspaper Is b hereby which designated this order as shall the be Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored

Lot 1. BIle 1. Geiger published once each week for four A Ian'g Tailor
Sub. _nn________ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger _____- 3.30 consecutive weekly t'5ues. By
Lot 8. BIle 1, Geiger DOSE AND ORDERED at West Palm
Sub. .________m____ IS 42 31 V. L. Geiger ___--- 320 Bl"3Ch. Palm Beach County. Florida
Lot 9. Bt: 1, Geiger this lath dav of July \. D. 19-16. AL BELCIIER
Sub _n___._______._ 18 42 31 \'. L. Geiger ------- 3.30 i J. Alex Arnette Clerk C't :.
Lot 10. mk 1, Geiger : Circuit Court. Palm Peach
Sub. ____m____._... 18 42 31 l'. L. Geiger 3,50 County. Florida. BOX 876 Ji
tat 11. Bt: 1, GeigerSub. (Circuit Court Seal IM I
____m.n_ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger ............ 3.3Q Dy Thaddt P. Plant =:
lot 12. Bt I, Geiger Deputy Clerk. "B N ,, ,
Sub. _____m._______ 18 42 31 V. I,. Geiger ___ 3.30 Thadd Whddt'n. Attorney
lot 13. RIle 1. Geiger for Plaintiff. Pahokl't'.
Sub. ___uu___._ 18 42 31 \'. L. GeIger __-- 330 Florida
lot U. nk 1, Geiger Pub: July 19. 26. August 2. 9. 1946 .
Sub. ___unum__. 18 42 31 \'. L. Geiger ______ 3.30 or a aa i
l.e ..
lot 15. mJl: 1. Geiger I
Sub. mm_. n_ 18 42 31 V. L. Geiger ______ 559 iJ
Lot 1. Blk 2. Geiger Classified Ads I
Sub. ._._.m._______ 16 42 31 \'. 1. Geiger __-- 3.31 o ACCORDIONS
Lot 21 mle 2. Geiger
Sub. ___.mn 15 42 31 \.. L. Geiger ,_________ 3:0 w J4S

Lot Sub 2-1.__mle_._ 2. Geiger_ n 42 31 V. L. Geiger _________ 420 I E..rlr tanks and grease traps DD 111 -120 Basses
S.ti Tracts.m.U 32 d: 33_ 18 42 31 Hattie I:1c.. ________' ____ 23.10 : cleaned and r'pairi'd. Phone
I.ots 1 3 2. BIle 1 Salvatore -
3572, Bob Douthit Pahokee. 3I17cPOIt
Sub-------_ 13 42 31 Hopis Hmli _______ 45 CO ,
a a
Lots 9 &: 10. Blk 2
Friend Sub. mm_ 18 42 31 att1e Jones: ______ 'l.80
Lot 8. BIk 3. Friend S.\I.I': Three bed-room RUSS HENDERSON
Sub----------------- 18 42 3 J. \\-. JJht OI3 _____ 420 houses-'lose in and nearly new, a
N.Ii of Lot 19 and
Tot 20, Blk 1. Geiger in Pahokee, Liberal terms. Price
Sub. m.m_ 18 42 31 A. J. Ludt'man _- "..66 56000. C. A. Bailey. Phone .0" Phone 649 West Palm Beach

Lot 9 d 10 A and part Belle Glad StAp26ch I Inm
ot lot 7.\ ___m_... 24 42 36 George C. MLa ty ____ 6.00 8
Lots 9 &: 10 and part
of lot 7 mm___ _. 21 42 36 George C. McLarty _____. 40.O: S.\LE: Fine display of New
An unplatttd triangle
5196 tt by 85.51 ft 18 42 31 George C. I'Lartr nn 21.60 and reconditioned trailers. Small \
Lot 2. McLarty Sub __ 13 42 X37 Geae C. McLarty ______ 9.60 down payment balance like rent.
Lots 10. 11. 12. Me-
Larty Sub-------_ 18 42 31 George C. McLarty __un 8160 We have three lots and carry a
Lot 13. McLarty Sub. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty ------ 7.36 Seventy-fh'e thousand d 011 l a r 9
Lot U. Mclarty Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty ____n ".36
Lot 15. McLarty Sub._ 18 42 31 George C MtLarty _m__ 1.36 stock, we surely can solve your I Ilolllogellizetl
Lot 16. JC'Larty Sub.18 42 31 OeJ:' p C MLarty .-.--- 736 housing problem. Arthur Trailer i
Lot 'I MeLany Sub. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty _._.__ 2.010 I
Sales Fast main St. Pahokee
Lot 22. McLarty Sub. 13 42 31 George C. Mclarty ___eo. 240 ,
Lot 23. McLarty Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. lcLarty _m__ HO Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
I.ot 2-1. Mclarty Sub.. 18 42 31 George C. McLarty _moo 240 \7itnlllill IiAVAILABLE i'Ii11i i
lot E43ftLot28Mc 25. Md.arty Sub.-. 13 42 31 George C. Mclarty ___u_ .1.20 daily including Sunday. tfch iI

Larty Sub. ___ 18 42 31 George C. Mtart1 ______ 240S. I
W. Corner lots 22 SltXCEIt supports, individually
and 23 __ ___ __u_ 18 42 31 George C. Mtarty ______ 63.60 designed. Phone 4291 for ap- -0--0- I
toOt 31. Poland Ridge
Sub. _h_._____ Un II 42 31 F M. PJSteU ----- ------ 2160 pointment. Sirs. Evie L. Keen,
Lot 12. Blk 5. Wah- Box 151 Canal Point Fla JUp !
ington Park Sub. _. 18 42 31 A. P.. RIce Et. _____ 3.GO AT YOUR
County Road, and FOR S.\LI': Easter lily planting I

part or tract 3. Li In bulbs, $1.00 per dozen, 100 for GROCERY STORE :i ir
deed book US page
154 __.....m.._____ IS U 31 Jack Rogers _________ 55.20 5tOO delivered. W. W. Summerlin iI i
Lake Placid, Fla tpd - :-oLFA- i
Lot 1B.-------------- 11 42 36 Ca1nt'n Salvatore _.... 196

Tract 1 .__h.m_____ 13 42 36 Carmen Salvatore u______ IUS FOR SALE: Vacant Lot in Paho-

Lot Sub.7. Blk mm.1. Salvatore._______ n 42 31 Carmt'n Salvatore _______ 3.30 kee business section $3,000.00. I
Lot 8. Blk 1. Salntore Dan Carpenter, Phone 2511. tt
Sub. ___mun__.._ n 42n: Carmt':1 Salvatore -------- 3.30 II i
Lot 13. Blk 1, Salvatore TRUCK FOR HIRE: Haul any-
Sub _____.____ IS 42 31 Carmen Salvatore ________ 3.30
hot 14. BIt 1, Saln- thing, go anywhere, Call 3331, I

Lottore Bit Sub.2. _SalYatore._eo_____ IS 42 31 Csrmt'n Salvatore -------- 330 John Hatton, Pahokee, Fla A9cg a

SUb. 'm___________ IS 42 31 Carmi'n Salvatore ____.___ 330 SALtS and I
Lot 12, Blk 2, Salvatore t"Olt : Celery supplies
Sub. ______.m IS 42 31 Carmen Salvatore ______ 330 equipment, as follows: One Ford Phone 20. Belle Glade, Fla i
Lot II ....________.___ U 42 31 Tom Shl'Pr-1'd __________ 21.80 50
Lot !\ ______.__. _m.__- IS 41 31 Tom ShepPt'rd __________ lSOO Sub-soller; 1000 A.Frames; ,
Ely 110 ft of Tract 13 See.Btd covers slightly used; 50
and tract 12 _"-_.___ II 42 31 E. J Sharon __._________ 41.10 seed No. i63, No. I
Lot ... Tract 39 h' n 42 31 Johnnie west __ __ 960 pounds celery
LoU. Blk 3, Friend ... t 1- ." ,. '" v"y .j- .63 short, pascal: One celerysprayer

Sub. .m.___.....__ 18 42 31 John Wahington _._____ 421) mounted on Farms! tractor -
Lot 3. block 3, S.
Canal Point Road ._ II 42 31 E \'. Wilson _m________ 3860W : One Rainmaker equipped with 11
40 ft Lot 2. Dlk 3. "
1mile One Farmall F-12
S Canal Point Road II 42 31 E. \'. WU+on _________ 1860 pipes; IJ
Lot 9. Block 1. Saln- Tractor with metal wheels; One :!
sore Sub .- IS U 31 Isah Westbrook _______ 1140 Holland Celery transplanter; 2000 YES, \YE DO IIAVEit
Lori 6.8.9. mt 4-
Washington Park celery field boxes almost new; 500 :i :

Sub "hU___ "_ __ 18 42 31 J. n id Donald ________ 11411 field boxes used: One Ford cultivator :
Lot 8. Block 2. Wa.htnrtol I Davis Automobile Tires
\ Park Sub 18 U 37 J. n. SDanald _________ 600 scratcher. First come first ;
lot 9. Block 5. Wash.tnaton i stn'ed. See L. W. Knight at
Park' Sub IS 42 31 J. B. McDonald ________ 960
I, Lot 13&Iot11. Knight Farms one mile south ot i, :
Block! 5. Washington South Bay. Aug9chFIIt I II
Park Sub - 15 42 31 A Lawrence .......... 420A __ ,i I li3-5OOX19 5,2j-5.50X17 and 600X16yith
E Morgan Tat Colet'tor City or T fI.\S' Milk cow for
Pub Aug 2. 9. 15 23 30 Pahokf'f' Pam Peach County. Florida I call 40.32 0: see harry \\S1It.//

I I II schlag-t'r. Pahokee f1a.Xn A9en1 \ price range from 811.68 to S15.57

r - -- \\'.\ :}): Preferably single set "

!f tied elderly man for night watchman I ."'' The Davis Tire is the only Nationallyhno

i Notice To Gro\\'ers and Planters Can plant even S job.mile provide Newport south free of Canal housing Industries POint.at II! ::1:I: \vn Tire that gi.cs.ou a definite

plant it dt'sltrd. Apply in person. !: IS month pro-rata Guarantee

I Farmers Productiin Credit Association will have Newport Industries Int'. plant I

:1 representative at the office of )1. P. Holman, during the d.tt A29co1.1: 'I

Inc? in Pahokl'; each Frid3Y. ginning July 12 ron stir:: 1911 Buick S bus1r.essIU : --0-

through August 15, 1916, between the hour$ of c excellent condition Sirs.

I 10 :1. m. and 3 p. m., to proc e s s 3ppications! for Edna Young phnne 511. Pabai i ikee
\\Vestern Store
Auto Associate
! farm finaneing.L tpd II I
I -I ft'j
8-15-16 FOR S.\U:: Small house to k I. )1. LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE FLA
moved fair condition. price I

h(3p. Phone 5.57 or 4312. P.t oke-e. -


Friday, August 9, 19t6 Tae Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Five

the East.It t00 7 D D iJ
Vulgarity And Profanity Show is true that most profanity is
meaningless. I have got quicker

Need For Greater Reverence action coolies out by vigorously of dilartory conjugating Chinese Whatever Your Plumbing Needs

a Greek verb than I could have
The Sunday School Lesson for July 28 wait "Jesus and Reverenee
secured by a stream of profanity.Ae . Phone J Lee 550
Fer Spiritual "alueb"-Exodllo 20:7; Leviticus 19:12:lattbew Taylor -
3:33.37; lark 7:5-8; 8:3t.36. few evenings ago the employer
of a gang of dock workers said PAHOKEE
that he sometimes used profanity

Many of our good magazines ; to have the minds of their )'oung I In stirring up his men but that it Installations & Repairs
have gone not only dirty but also people corrupted by the sort ofi does not mean a thing to him. He
profane. They carry the coarse i thing that has become commonplace uses the most awesome words in 0
speech of the gutter Into the parlors I in your pages. So we part human speech v.ithout any regard re install the kind of sanitary systems that protest .
of refined people who still company with you." to their real significance: which your health and gin many years of trouble-
have standards of decency. It i Catholics have a "Holy Name I counted a serious confession free service, using only the best of materials and iJ
might change the situation slit : Society," the members of which Most profanity is really meaningless (, fixtures. [
some of these publications wer i are pledged to observe the Corn and a symptom of our loose-
their editors (the newspapers I mandment, "Thou shalt not take mouthed generation. For it is sin
maintain a higher level than the the name of the Lord thy God in against a holy God.
"class" periodicals) to receive vain";; and who reverence the holy; --
enough leters after this fashion: name of Jesus All other churches LOST: Post hole digger and piling I
"Dear Sir: It may surprise you would do well to follow this ex- I augur. Please return to I. S'II PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
to know that among your readers ample. For loose profanity is on Guthrie in Pahokee. J2 P
I . _._ .
who do not swear the increase. Even and women -
are some persons girls - ----- --- -- - -- - -- - -- -- --- -
or talk sex; and who still adhere nay sully their lips by swearing
to our historic standards of decency The day is gone wherein no gen f f AA
tleman would insult a lady by th
"These folks, who accept the authority use of profanity in her presencE
of the Bible and of our Too Stupid For Words
tradition of gentility, do not carT On lesser criticism of pre\'alent
profanity is that it reveals mental
- I deficiency. Men swear recklessly 7ieI
because they have not the vocabulary -

,. wherewith to express their !
exact meaning. And usually such
folk are a bit short on ideas I ,
I have always prided myself that I I ;
could voice my opinions more
clearly and effectively than by the &
I meaningless stream of profanit;}
in common use. lance told a
man, "You are a poisonous specimen -
of the lower order of faun:1: "

That Of bit.course, the greatest reason
\ II-r
for abstinence from profanity is FLORID! I
that it violates the fundamental
moral law and is a sin against Goc
It affronts the Holy Xame. It in-
I suits the Divine sovereig'nt It repudiates -
our standard prayer, t .
"Hallowed by They Name It is : : ,..
irreverent and irreligious. It reveals -
a lack of brains: the she r r-

stupidity it from of profanity the vocabulary should of remove 3,11- /t's wor..derful for Others .-

who intelligence. And always -
over against it stands the It's wonderful for YOUI I

(sublime affirmation, "I am Jeho'ah -

It is,"no light thing to affront the FLORIDA's myriad attractions are a r

sacredness of the Supreme Being,
constant lure to vacationists every- r %
before whose presence the angels
veil their faces, as they cry "Holy! where This is no time to be reckless

>1 a Holy! Holy!" A deep sense of reverence with precious holidays when you have .
toward Almighty God b a
first esrential of clear thinking every heart's desire-so much to see
:: and good living. Men cannot worship -
and do right on your doorstep.
the God in whose name they:
curse God's children. Because His Make pleasure your boon companion '
God He cannot let go unpunished .
any offense to His sovereignty by sea, by lake or river .

There Is no room within the circle under the palms, or stars, or invigo- .
of Hi3 favor for "CUssing Christians C
1'l "Holy and reverend Is Hi.Name. rating sun. Enjoy the luxuries of a state

." that really knows how to be a host
In the \\ltn q Bo i
Lawyers say that perjury is so FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES goes -. -

common in courtrooms that It is everywhere there's fun in Florida. Ram- .6 \
seldom remarked upon. This disregard <
for the solemnity of arl ble where and when you lease- /% /

oath Is of a piece with the prevail comfortably and economically via \
Ing looseness of speech. We all tall
too much and to heedlessly, big, luxurious, air-conditioned Florida
"Words mean nothing to him;
Greyhound Coaches
said a YMCA secretary to me concerning
a certain orator. I onCE
knew a preacher who had thE
whole wide and high vocabulary 01
religion at his tongue's end anc
never a conviction behind it .
"Pious talk" may become like s
parrot's cbatter.
There Is reason for the teachin;
of Jesus about simple speech: Hi
")'ea. yea; nay, na ." For word j
weigh only according to the weigh'
of the personality behind them.In .
Peking one day old Dr. Sheffield
a veteran missionary said tj i'I
me "Th orientals are newer profane
They do not take the name ;
I r
i of their gods in nino They us'Il '
Il I filthy reviling words, but they d,
not swear." One more lesson fron

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'''hat do you want done by :1 dr3gIine? We are
equipped to do it' Clean out ditches dig new ones I

dike work, etc. 100 pet. GI owned and operated !
A phone call will get us 111 touch with 'ou. i iI





Page SL The Everglades Xews, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 9, 1946.


How Your Television "Commercial" PINEAPPLES SHOWING ,

Pastures, citrus,
and pineapples are holding the
agricultural spotlight in Highlands OURb'E I'IAFROGRAh1

. M-L County at this time, according tl IS BASED ON THE
County Agent \'. T. Oxer "
sl EaR THE
Although they did not get as
M OWF much rain as they wanted during
the past month cattlemen are now ,
I .
working their pastures, chopping )V
.. I
? _ _ 1 1w
{ h(4
weeds and planting improved 4 l

grasses. They are so much in- t:1: r-
terested in improving their graz- / ..
ing that they would plant far more }, \ : )
acreage than they will be able to to \1 I 1t.c.'J \'
47w ..
L: Aid'n -
this season if they had the ma-
chinery and labor for doing the ,, ;, !' ) I. ".
job, the county agent reported. .rCl. 1( t.
With the exception of some
rather poor quality fruit early in ;.. : /1 i-0 r :
,. .
f," ( r_. 0
the season, citrus growers pro : ,.,:, '. }
duced satisfactory crops in 1945-46
and they are hoping for even bet-
ter crops and higher quality fruit "Pay as you go" taxes
r 'di&r during the 1946-47 season. Many
growers h a v e fertilized their are considered more pain-

1 I _:A_ .. _:osw____ -, '! -;: I groves crops now heavily growing and have in thf'm.good Rain-cover less So are accidents,

... To enhance an impressive list manufacturing "firsts," producer Four weekly shows were staged by Chevrolet fall during the past month wa; thefts, fires, etc", if covered
Chevrolet now engages in another pioneering venture as and broadcast through the facilities of the American somewhate sparse, requiring use )f
the first motor car manufacturer to sponsor a regular Broadcasting Company's television network. The shows irrigation facilities where avail- by adequate insurance.
commercial television show. Admittedly an exploratory were televised at the Dumont Studios in New York for
venture to evaluate the possibilities of television as an the three stations currently teamed in the ABC television able.The
advertising medium, these broadcasts were the first network. Shown above is a scene from the second of the Highlands pineapple crop O. R. BLEECHINSL'ItANCF
employing live talent to be sponsored by any automobi'.. series, a half.hour program titled "Roads to Romance" is developing good size and qual-
I it)'. Pineapple growers have or- ? P.\1I0KEC
.. to ship only
and agreed
III ---------------- --- '" ganized
--- -
I sound, attractive fruits. After the
Iitchen Is Busiest serious enough to require h I rita' I they do not extend over the edge harvest they are going to develop .-. ...
care occurs :n t he kitchen, according I, of the stove; using pot holder some research work in cooperation
And Most Dangerous to National Safety Council that are thick and dry. with the Florida Agricultural Experiment PALM BEACH

Room In The House estimat These accidents i.du1! e Children as well as housewives I Station on planting COUNTRY CLUB
are among the chief suffers from methods, fertilization, and disease
falls, burns all(. scalds, c;,IHsi.I'L- kitchen scalds and b"lrns. Safety FEES
":r !dtden ... she b sie; r nomIt and bumps, cuts, bruisc9 and advisers agree that the kitchen l'ontrol. GREEN :
R EEhEND. $2
tir hom pt''ially daring I oiso&ng.Mort is not a safe place for young children --- --
fummn canni-Ir.: s.azon: az I1so than a fourth of this' I I to play unless a far corner, Can you imagine a fresh hen-egg \UtIiU.$1.)0

the must dan ;"rous room, aC'tindtt.g kitchen acciderts are burns and away from the stove, is fenced off with :1 green yolk? It is possible St\soX.\I. SIEJllIRsllll'S:
tJ safety (4d" ;o:3 of the U. scalds, \it1' burns by stt'.lU and
for them. : to: produce eggs with varied colorEd ; Indildual $60 plu. tat
S l>.'pa:.tment of AgricLlIIIl': hot liquids the most freql'cnt About one in ten of the falls yolk by feeding hens certain Family _ $7;) plu, tn
1'1'1rrk, whl: ational Frra. Carelessness more often ;s tht
causing death or injury takes place ormulas This was proved by
Safety \\'ef'lt is being o.ct'\J, cause of these burns than poor Sandwich and
; in the kitchen. Hazards causing I tests in the laboratories of the
hcuses wen give :aI' 1: kitchen equipment. Simple precautions -
may fall linoleum
I are highly polished Ralston Purina Company, one of
tamtleration to kitchen aciJcatigur that will prevent many I, Bar Service
floors made spilled
or slippery by I the world's largest producers of
.i s and ways to make t'1cir burns are: lifting the lid of kettles
grease, water or fruit peelings; poultry feed J
kitchens safer. so that the steam escapes away I
also the use of chairs, stools or
Almost on4' out of every five : from rather than toward th; \\rk-I tables instead of safe kitchen lad I.I ----.------
home accidents causing injuries I er; turning pot handles so II I \
dersfo r reaching high shelves Floridians are increasingly in-
Avoid m'.lch waxing of kitchen terestf'd in the development of relaively -
--- -
-- -
- floors, however attractive it maybe unknown but nutritionally' DUE TO MALARIA
H.J )JJI Il y u.I..u.1YlIUI! !.UJUI.\! say safety advisors, and uipe \'aluable fruit crops such as guav'LS '

up anything spilled on the floor avocados papayas and mangos. RELIEVED
immediately. Arrange adequate -Miss Isabelle Thursby, economist I
Prince Theatre and orderly storage places so that in food conservation, State Agricultural BY- 666

no articles are left on the floor I, Extension Service. Ca.t.* C..ail,a d airr
as tripping hazards. Keep knives
and matches stored out of the way I .
Pahokee Florida ,
of children.
. I
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SUNDAY AND IOXDA Y \'FfEItXGEXT IX Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus ,
AUGUST 1112f' RETIRE AUGUST 31 of an sizes and varieties for

your Selection
ORLA 1)O-K. C. Moore, a
. .
: ''
:. veteran of 25 years with the F1orfd1 LANDSCAPING
Agricultural Extension Service,

t People Talked About The Book in WHISPERS. . I the last 20 of which have been as as you like it. We are organize and equipped to do I I

county agent in Orange County, is a thorough job from plans to completion of planting g
Critics SHOUT Their Praises of The Film I retiring August 31. His request for I'' 1 1As i
retirement has been approved: by
"One or tile greatest pictures I liase ever seen," gI I.A. P. Spencer, director of I II always, you are
am. Zoutlla Parsons ion in Gainesville, and other extf'n-I welcome at our I

"One or the bet nloti'ie$ ever made," authoritie's.I I
.a." ikulon Walter I After having worked with the NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at

".\It IIlIrurgellaLle picture Kith never a dull moment:" :: \'irg-inia became tension county Service agent Mr.lfoore in, City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida I

..,. Leonard,...
,,1larion County, Florida, on March ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
I l6, 1921. On February 16, 1926, I

,IY \ has was made district agent and on
October 11 of the same year he

took up his duties in Orange

During the last 20 years he has I
taken a leading part in citrus fertilizing -
: and disease and inject control
Our Glades Patrons
: demonstrations, developed a o
Ik1 largt' number of good -i.U dub

boys and worked with dairymf'n.
truck growers and other farmresIn Receive a :high priority rating in this store. \\'e

August 1945 he sponsored are always ready and anxious to serve those who

DDT spraying and dipping of all I busy themselves several months in the year producing -
rattle and barns in Orange County
4 TMl Parts of surrounding counties also food. \\"e realize the rush during the proiiJ

ioined the pest control project and clueing months, and make it a point to get your
2.000! cattle were sprayed or di jp- I
merchandise to you with as little delay as poible.IT
red in the biggest dt'monstartlonI
TilE I its kind in the United States.
Flit and some other pests were
t : (controlled for two months. TO BE OF SERVICE TO THOSE
i 1ostllbek&I'tl..d I WIIO PHOnCf; SUCH LARGE
Problems of the Family will be
,1 hhJhttd at the annual mt'ft- (! FOOD CHOPS

rig of the State Conlerenc of So-
I '-nb cia! Work In Tampa the morning
''' Kllrr l'hilll" Tt'", ,11".1,1. 'il+sThttnl 'of June 9th through the 11thtrnong
hors u-liD= sFrank faI" I I
tlAU' w Mra. & Griffith
I" Ptri''1e PralaceJbp.ark UUC'\fU the speakers will be ililalseyWEST
rues ""tlffl l imtf'll"! B.": Wilder I Dvra Klemer, Florida represents'ive
,ot U $r ar-- !F&mily Rll1tions. Lot Angles PALM BEACH-
who will describe ttt qtahficatior.J
II And mtU.oda 0.1 tU tr&iLtd car-
.,_ '\'t' )a7\ Jj1 rare cour.cillor



August 9. 1946 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida 1"t3e Seven
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is a sensitive young man intelli- REDUCE ACCIDENTS OX especially during National Frm Sale, sponsor of the e\'ent.
Cinematic Chatter gent and of good morals, who I FARM, INSURE SAFETY I Safety Week, will go far towards A consignment sale of registered
of BRElOnXO IIAZARDSGAINESVILLERecognize I II reducing the death and disabling Durocs will be held the following
By Malcolm Millar abandons himself to five days
I accident rate, \ieland declares. 'day October 11, by the Florida
" attempt to satisfy an insatiable. and The National Safety Council points State Durac Breeders Association.
For the week of August 11.12. hunger for liquor. I.remove hazards on the farm during out that accidents are invited by I Henry Gatrell of Fairfield, association -
which starts with the Sunday-Mon- The devotion of his sweetheart I National Farm Safety Week carelessness and indifference I president hopes to have
day screening at the Prince the patient understanding of his or whenever they occur and be The U. S. Department of Agriculture i between 35 and 45 open gilts, bred
Theatre I pick .Lost Weekend', brother cannot keep him from go- safer throughout the )'ear. This and national farm organizations ,gilts and young boars consigned.
not only as the picture of the ing off the deep end into an abyss I is the suggestion of L. T. ieland, h\'e joined with the Na- The fat hog show will feature
week but the picture of the year never yet interpreted on the I safety specialist with the Florida tionl Safety Council in observing especially the products of 4-11 club
. And I know you'll agree with screen It is not until he sinks to I Agricultural Extension Service. the week of July 21 to 21 as National i members and Future Farmers, and
me if you attend the cinema that the depth of degradation that he I Farm work is hazardous, he declares Farm Safety Week which I judging contests for these group
week and stay through the show finds himself By then according I resulting in more fatal acci- has been proclaimed by President I will be staged at 10 a. m. October
. , Which you will, it is so in- to reports, you will have lived dents than any other major in- Truman 16.
tere3ting : through a picture experience so dustry. Accidents on the home --..- Breeding pigs Intend for tha
The stars of the piece are Ray I exciting you'll never forget it. front caused more casualties dur- PIGS BEING FED FOR show should have been in the
Milland and Jane W'IIlan (I hope' For both Ray Iilland and Jane ing the war than did war on the OCAL\ FAT 1100 SHOW !hands of prospective exhibitors by
Jane hears me when I say: "She is W'IIlan their roles in "The Lost. battlefronts Nieland sa's, AND SALE ocr. 15-16':July 1. Fat barrows and butch
one of the loveliest girls in all of Weekend" represent their debut into In addition to having one of the I gilts must be obtained before Aug-
filmdom.lt) The featured players the dramatic field of acting highest accidents rates of all occupations ust 1.
(to name a few) are Phillip Terry as each has specialized heretofore farm workers generally OCAL.\-Breeding pigs are I -- ... ---
ready on feed for eighth annual
Howard da Silva, Doris Dowling in romantic and light mediums.I are not covered by workmen's Jol\n Wallace Griffin of Daytona
fat hog show and sale here October
Frank Faylen and Billy Wilder know you are gOing to go compensation. Nieland points ou., 15 and 16. according to David : Beach has been appointed archae-
,directed it masterfully through an unforgetable experi- The loss to the individual most ologist for the Florida Park Service -
Baillie Jr., manager for the
"The Lost Weekend" tells the ence when you sit out "The Lost of which can be prevented is ma- it was announced this week by
Southeastern Fat Stock Show and
unusual and unforgetable story of Weekend." terial. State Director Lewis G. Scoggin.
five days out of a young man' See you at the movies-. But every hour lost as a result
. .
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such intensely dramatic events 83 T'D Cobb, who was nominated for th estarving less food for U3,
to make their reproduction on the for the Legislature from Orange as Secretary of Agriculture An- I SEABEE and EVINRUDE
screen an accomplishmnt of rare county has decided to wait until derson has pointed out. The Sec- ,
and heart-tugging dramatic in- he ls formally elected in November retary adds that farm accidents
terest. before discussing his legisla-,I must be reduced. OUTBOARD 10TORS
Milland cast In the leading role tive program for the 1947 session i iI Elimination of one hazard a day,
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