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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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August 18, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN .

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, See Florida This Summer Florida Keys Looks :


You Can Visit/ ; Millionaire's Plush Palace/ To Tourist InfluxMIAMI ;

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: Keys, stretching south from Miami -

are braced for the inevitable {
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once:again. Miles of white sandy i

; beaches sparkle invitingly and cry- I
stal-clear 'ocean waters reveal the j
world's-best'eating and game fish- ,
: ;] According to Phil Sadowiski, '
builder"and first mayor of the re- !
sort city of Key Colony Beach, I
s' i vacationers continue to "discover1 (
: the Keys' for retreats and relaxation .
, ak with a romatic flavor at reasonable -
rates. State residents often
flee to the Keys for near-to-home
I t week-end jaunts.Old .
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modern structures provide !

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1 and fall season and are ready for. :. \
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from it all," he said. j t !
i Noted as the man who has done 4 I

more for the Keys than anyone in

thehistory5adowski is the origijjiator .__. >>j
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I A hug *seuIptured stone ship guards the yacht basin in front of Dade County's a driver's moteL At Key ColonY:, I
Yiscaya Art 'Museum. Home of the late James Deering, eccentric mttlii-mffliomdre, air-conditioned one and "two beJ- r
the mammoth structure is modeled after a 16th Century Italian palace. It ,was built "built
water
room units are along ,
and furnished at an estimated cost of $15,000,000. The palace Is located la Florida' allowing the vacationer to dock h's! I
t famous "Gold Coast" region,at Miami. t real
boat 'right at the door-a I II

t Ever visit a $15,000,000 mansion private yacht basin is protected bv bonus to the tourist who rents a 1
ta t'r I fishing boats and sightseeing boats .
The late James Deering, 1\\an amazing sculptured stone bOatof I dock.here. Bahia-Mar Yacht Basinis I I boat and doesn't want to keep 3- J
i bachelor multi-millionaire, tremendous size. turning it to home base.
world-renowed. On Fla. AlA, Boatmen will find the Keys
approximately that amount Ten acres of fantastic formal I I
his luxurious winter home, Villa gardens, decorated with fountains, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park pro- plentiful with fishing camps and
i Viscaya, at Miami. Since its purchase pools, statues, a miniature outdoor vides a glistening beach on the blue guides who almost guarantee large
; by Dade County in 1952, the,I theatre, shady vistas, sculptured Atlantic, horseback riding, fishing, catches in their home waters. And
palace has been preseved as an I vases and sunny terraces, surround boating and picnicking. (continueg- .on. page-8)
art museum and opened I the building.
I Dania is the home of Seminole
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the public. I Viscaya, located at 3251 South Florida Bar Hires -,
Deering toured the world.seven I: Miami Avenue ,is open 10 a. m. to Indian Village with craft shops and I New Ex. DirectorTALLAHASSEEMarshall I
in search of beauty:'In, all 5 p. m. The admission, price, $L25, exhibits where the Seminoles may
parts of the globe, Deering purchased covers parking, transportation to be seen living much as they did R.
rare tapestries. ancient i and from the main gate, maps of many years ago.
Tallahassee, has been -
scrolled doorways, whole ceiling, i the grounds and a 20-page hand The metropolitan Miami area, Cassedy,
named to the post of Executive Di-
opulent furniture and. ornamental I book. famous for its beaches, nightclubs,
rector of the Florida Bar by the
fireplaces and ,fountaUvr.T* i Viscaya is another reason the fishing, and boating, offers maze will
Bar's governing board. He assume -
While wandering in Cuba, he.discovered I Governor's Tourism Committee of other attractions. Miami's Sea-,I the duties of office on Sep-
: : a village roofed with ancient I and Florida Development Commis- quarium on Rickenbacker' Cause- tember 1, 1961, succeeding Paul B.
Spanish tile. Desiring the tile,"sion are urging Floridians to see Way features hundreds. of specimens Comstock; ,.who has resigned to'enter -
for his fantastic palace,. he bougotj I I their own state this sumtnerGSouth of marine life ranging from ; the private practice. of law in
it a14and.Te-roofed the entire village of Miami at Kendall the the weird "Devil Fish" and sharksto Bartow, Florida.
at.an*; .enormous price. Rare Bird Farm features' a color- crabs, barracuda and starfish. Along with his duties as administrative -
Deering purchased 200 acres rf ful array of exotic birds. Nine-foot- Alligator wrestling highlights a I bead of the statewide organization -
scrub jungle! at Miami and hired high ostriches, white and scarlet visit to Tropical Hobbyland on of judges and lawyersof
2,000, men, to assemble' his rococo ibis, roseate spoonbills, peacocks,I I Northwest 27th Avenue. Rate Florida, Cassedy will also serveas
palace. The mammoth structure, toucans and many other fascinat- birds, Honduran ,mountain lions a treasurer of The Florida Bar
required 25 servants and 50 gard- I ing creatures can be seen here. I I monkey carnival and an Indian and a 4 Editor of The Florida Bar
eners for maintenace. On Off U. S. 1, 22 miles south of :Miami -'I village are also featured.On Journal. His offices will be in Tal
mas Day, 1916..he moved Christ-I I the Monkey Jungle attracts 57th Avenue, the Parrot lahassee.A .
Today, the visitor to the thousands of visitors. The collection Jungle teems with colorful ma- graduate of Duke UniversityLaw
reproduction of a 16th Century J l I ranges from tiny mamosets to caws, parrots, cockatoos, peacocks, School and Hobart College,
Italian,palace is awed by its sPlen-1 giant' gorillas. pheasants, gouras and flamingos.A I Cassedy has served as staff counsel -
dor. Even the faucets in Farther north lies colorful Palm Wax Museum on Biscayne of The Florida Bar since Octo-
marble bath are made of gold, Beach, famous for its lovely white Boulevard features more than 40 ber of 1958. Before his appoint-
shaped in the form,' of goose heads beaches and fashionable homes. huge life-like scenes depicting ment to the Bar staff he was en-
and necks. ,' Yet the city can be enjoyed on a' events of history, sports and the gaged in the practice of law in Or
: A mammoth, delicately-embell modest budget. There are many movies. Every scene is the result of lando. He is a member of the Tallahassee
: ished fireplace from one of the good accommodations at average' long and painstaking research to Bar Association the
; great French, chateaux, a marble cost.West make features of the personalities American Bar Association, and
$ paved loggi .bronze-encrusted Palm Beach's location on costumes, and background perfectin The Florida Bar.
doors, and canopfed beds are among the Intracoastal Waterway makesit every detail. ....
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the rare treasures to be seen at an important ,boating. center. Scenes include such dramatic 40-foot, 21-ton stainless steel
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.fee more.than 40 huge rooms are notable collection of rare ,jaoe., Florida, Betsy Ross,sewing Old smaller size for making solid fuel
sumptuously furnished in every important Other attractions include, grey-, Glory the Boston Tea Party and for rockets. Stainless steel is used
European 'a style, from 1500 hound racing and jal alaL Davy Crockett- fighting his last because of its high resistance to \
until 1800 ; Below Palm Beach lies Ft. Laud- battle at the Alamo. the corrosive effect of many chemical ..
In front of..the, palace, Deering's erdale. Several, .fleets of -charter' -ttygnoa champion *. S ,_ _

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Page Two aH w % tsgfea*&. ;*&+*& %&*+ The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida ..aJrriday.-August: .18, 1961
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Carnation Company, Simplicity
-- Patterns,American Forest Prod

ucts Industries, Pure Oil Come
panyj-Conrad'Hilton Hotel, Chicago '
Board of Trade and Cities
Service Oil Company.

y Business Gives Reasons

Why do these firms allocate
large sumS for 4-H?A look at the

report reveals the following rea-

a sons given by business officials:

"We, support 4-H because, _
like most forward-looking busi-

nesses, we have found that

The Rardin BuiTdingr In "C n Point, Florida Club through members cooperation and, leaders with 4-H, a

THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF better understanding is developed -
between industry and agriculture. \
.. This cannot help but
THE. EVERGLADES NEWS strengthen andbuild'" an ever
better America.
Serving: the Lake OkeechCbee: Farming Region** Without ""The 4-H program emphasizes .

Interruption Every-Week for'ore Than 30 Years individual initiative, productive

Established March 11,.1924 Published Every Friday enterprise, and character devel-
opment If our contribution '
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe
helps young people grow up to ol.
Prepared by National 4-H Scrr/ct Committee. ChicagoA become more useful citizens
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office we

, In Canal.Point, Florida- as Second Class Matter ,'unique privately supported aid-to-youth group, traditionally feel it is a sound investment"

headed by the President of the United States, has just published a The record of continuous support
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher- report covering 39 years of service to the 4-H Clubs of America. given by industry is in itself -

The National 4-H ,Service Committee headquartered in Chicago sustaining evidence of the

building, The Grove, was built by assists the Cooperative Extension Service of the USDA in maintaining effectiveness of 4-H Club work in 'J
White Springs Is Florida's Territorial Governor in and improving 4-H projects in all 50 'states and Puerto Rico. training youth for the "responsir;
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ble leadership in the future, ;
1825 and stands across the street One of the committee's func- Ten firms have given continuous says the Committee's director, \
Home() Historical from the present Governor's Man tions is to secure funds for support for 25 years or Norman C. Mindrum. I

awards and leader training. more. They are: the Cudahy 237 Scholarships
AttractionsWay sion.Confederate: gunpits guarding : Today, about 60 industries and Packing Company, Montgomery
the Apalachicola River have been private groups contribute to Ward, Sears-Roebuck Founda- In_1960, he reports, 230 top. .

preserved at Torreya State Park specific 4-H programs. Another tion, Kerr Glass, Westinghouse ranking club members received
dozen or so provide funds for Educational Foundation and scholarships ranging from $400to
Bristol. Here
also stands the
down upon the Suwannee near
events committee Livestock Conservation Inc. $1,600 each. Seven former
River, one of the Sunshine state'smost I Gregory House, a fine example of special a 4-H'ers working in Extensionwere
spokesman said. Commitmentsfor Railroad companies are the
historical and cultural ante bellum architecture which is
interesting _
1961 total more than a Burlington, Chicago &: North granted $3,000 fellowshipsfor
attractions reposes near open to the public.To million dollars. Western, Santa Fe and Illinois advanced study. In addition,
White Springs in picturesqueNorth be seen at Torreya State Park Three companies, which gave Central. some $140,000 was used in train-
Florida. also are two rare botanical speci financial and moral support to More long-time backers of 4-H ing more than 10,500 volunteer

,At the Stephen Foster Memorial l, mens. The Torreya tree and the the fledging 4-H Clubs four youth are: Coats & Clark Inc., club leaders.

located near the winding river: Florida Yew are not known to grow decades ago, still earmark fundsto Mrs. Charles R. Walgreen, Fire- There are now 2.3 million

which America's famous composer anywhere else in the. Western further this learn-by-doing stone, Allis-Chalmers, AmericanOil girls and boys between the ages

immortalized in song, a 200-foot 1 Hemisphere. It is believed by some program nationally. They are Foundation, Standard Oil of 10 and 21 in 4-H. About half
carillon tower rises above the land- that the Torreya is the same as the Armour, Wilson and Interna- Foundation, Standard Oil (Ky.),t live in non-rural communities.

scape and reaches toward the sky. I gopher wood from which Noah tional Harvester, according to Standard Oil (Ohio), Sunbeam

,Peaceful chimes of,Foster's well- built his Ark.A the Committee. Corporation, General Motors,

known, tunes flow from the 97-bell wide variety of colorful plants --- WI I

carillon ,atop the pink marble thrive at Killearn Gardens northof

tower four times each day. These Tallahassee. The Gardens' 306

bells range in size up to 12% feet acres are studded with Japanese

high and 426 pounds. cherry trees, azaleas, roses, moun-
tain laurels and Oriental
Visitors listen to. the clear,.deep magnol-
!, tones from among the Memorial's ias.Wakulla
243 acres of quiet beauty, Families Springs, 15 miles southof .
Tallahassee, forms an amazing 1
relax, around picnic tables beneath
crystal-cl that is ideal fora
ar pool
mammoth oaks, their stretching
refreshing swim. At Waukulla,
arms draped with Spanish moss, )
lon of the largest springs in the
and stately'pines pointing their
fingers, toward {he'sky.. Innumer-' world and location? lor many ""Tar-

able lilies and 'azaleas, tint the zan" pictures, .glass bottomed,

countryside with color. boats offer the visitor a..delightful .- -'- .
opportunity to peer into the.sparkling &
An elegant ante bellum, mansion ,
houses.the Stephen ,Foster Mu blue water,at a stunning abundance r |1:1: |sfcSUBSCRIPTIONS r -. \ --;'\;:Ao.o.tSPARE ; J ;. ..t; 6 k W
of marine life. i
seum. Nine colorful, animated and "
three-dimensional dioramas depict Three state universities are located are due if your; ROOMS for rent? If you BUY AND SELL, real estate with

the action of Foster's famous within North Florida. The name label shows you to be in have one, get in touch with this confidence thru Bill J, Bailey or

Two of University of Florida at Gainesville arrear on payment. Send along newspaper and insert a $1 classi- C. A. Bailey, ,Belle Glade.
songs. original paintings
i largest state university, is that $2.00 payment now and we ified ad., It, will get results. All ada
Foster subjects by Howard.. and- *
I the site of the Florida State Mu- will continue to send you this great payable in advance. The EvergladesNews VACATION TIME is just around
, ler Christy are on exhibit. The seum. Florida A and M Universityrests palladium of the family firesida. Canal Point, Fla. the corner. Before you take off,

,f desk at which Foster composedmany. upon one of Tallahassee's The Everglades News, Canal Point, how about dropping a check for
of hissong's and,many cases hills overlooking, the city. Fla. SAMPLE COPIES of last week's $2.00 in-the mail for your subscription :
rolling
of musical compositions and docu- Also in Tallahassee Florida edition of The Everglades News I* to The Everglades News, Canal -
ments are located in the museum.t APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla.
State University's campus, one of
Stephen Foster Memorial ,is another many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed -
reason the Governor's, ,Committee the most beautiful in the nation to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135

and the Florida Develop- provides an interesting contrast of for rent? Tell them and the world will keep you informed of happ:.' in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real

? ment Commission are urging Flo- Tudor-Gothic and contemporary through a $1 classified ad in these ings in this area. Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle

ridians to see their own state this architecture, reposing among giant columns. Send along a descriptionof \ Glade. ,
summer. I, sycamores, oaks pines, and terraced the apartment and a $1 bill,and ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale, ,
green lawns. we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews partly improved with poor road PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm
Yet this is only,one'of a myriadof
For the camper and naturelover Canal Point, Fla. to it.. $125 per acre, See, call ur land. Acreage. Business loca
historical and cultural attrac-
numerous state parks and two write Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, tions. See, BillJ., Bailey or C. A.
tions to be found -North Florida. FOR SALE New and used
national forests are unexcelled in : Willya Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY Bailey Real Estate Belle Glade,
'This scenic area of the ,Sunshine Walter
beauty. The Apalachicola National Jeeps. Ashley's Garage 6-3084. Fla.
,State-stretching from Chattahoo- Florida's In Belle Glade Phone 3058.
Tallahassee -
i Forest west of WUWUWuJWw -
chee and Carrabelle across red clay national forest and Oct. 17-54-ch. t
, .hills, sandy beaches and thick pri- largest in professional improvement Dr.) in Kentucky, a stop at the world'alargest ,
National Forest east
the Osceola
FOR SALE: Large Maytag Gas Watkins said. registered Holstein farm in
meval forests to Williston andMacdlennyis
,, rich in historicallore. of Lake City provide facilities for' Stove, Used very little. Call 7600, A native of Ft. Christmas, Tucker Michigan and a tour of the USDA I
camping, swimming, fishing, picnicking :
Pahokee, after 4 p. m. Beltsville Experiment Station In
I and other recreational .-.-...-..-.-...-..wwwwwwwCecil- - - i was a 4-H member for eight Maryland. Other states on the tour
At MacClenny, Olustee _Battle- activities. years. 'After graduation from Or-
I route are Illinois, Indiana, Ohio
field Memorial commemorates the .. .. Tucker H lando High School, he attended the Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
t I. most savage, Civil War battle in University of Florida, majoring in
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Florida., Farther west, Natural ACS AFFILIATION'ILL Selected For Dow animal husbandry. He received a 1

.Bridge Memorial near Tallahassee..J: BECOME EFFECTIVE ON Study Tour Grant B. S. in 1953 and an M. S.in.1954. :1959-1960,MEMORIAL

.stands upon the site of the Confederate SEPTEMBER ,1961 Tucker joined, the Florida Agri- ''I ROLL PUBLISHED I 1

victory which allowed Flor. :- Cecil A. Tucker H, Seminole cultural Extension Service as, assistant .:....-- 1

ida's capital to remain ethe only agricultural agent in Mar- Morethan 2,000 names of Flor-
The Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer has t
County agricultural agent received -
ion County, where he worked for
'uncaptured Southern ,capital east Foundation becomes affiliated with idians who have died from cancer i
of, the.,Mississippi River._ I. a $250 Dow Study Tour i two years. In 1956 he moved to
the .American Cancer Society on (1959-1960) are listed in the Cancer 1
Scholarship to take part in a three-: Sanford and assumed his present .
! To the south the remains!.an September 1, 1961. The affiliationhas week educational tour for county position as agricultural agent for Memorial Roll, which has just

old Spanish fort are scattered amid been approved by the FoUn- Extension workers announces Dr. Seminole County. been published by the Florida Division 1 I

Indian.relics at_the junction.of the dation's Board of Trustees and the M. O. Watkins, director of the The Southern Region,Tour, slated of the American Cancer So-

St Marks Wakulla and Wakulla Rivers.Th American Cancer Society's" Board Florida Agricultural Extension'Service. for July 10.29, win start in ciety, This represents an increase \ j'I
! lamed Swampwhere.fossils : of Directors. National A. C. S.
Memphis, Tennessee, and continue of 500 names more than listed in
of prehistoric monsters have Board chairman Rutherford L. The agent will represent Florida through nine other states. The the previous year. It indicates ahincreasing :

.been discovered in, .;.recent years, Ellis of Atlanta said, "Fund'raising' among the 12 men selected 'to go group will visit .marketlng" enterprises ;: desire. among thinking1 )

,within hides many of, nature's secrets will continue under a single direction on the Southern Region ,Study outstanding farm operations .1 I people? to "establish a living memorial J, ,:

its dense, mysterious Inter- and duplication of appeals will Tour, one of four tours offered jn agri-business ,. successful C; to honor the deceased and

:lor- be avoided. Our concern in this the nationwide program sponsored Extension Service programs, and lend further financial support In .1
"In Tallahassee, the old ,Presbylerfan forward step is to reduce multiplicity 1 by the Dow Chemical Company. research"projects. the conquest ot cancer" I "

Church, standing'sinctf: 1832 ,of appeals in the name of cancer Ticker chosen for his efforts High points of.the triplaclude. a :-- *T' r- '

. still harbors galleries where slaves control and bring closer our I in 'promoting Extension. 'Service visit to"'a hog and corn farm in Indiana CLASSIFIED ADS ,''J..

once worshipped. An even olderLi goal of the conquest of cancer." programs, and for his interest a look at rural development PAY KQ DIVIDENDS 1
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hunting dogs are lost each year. It 845,394,000 kilowatt-hours, round-
Tennis Anyone has been found that one milligram, Electric energy purchased for ing out the total to 16,806,623,000 \
roughly equivalent to>> one sixty-I use in Florida homes, businessesand kilowatt-hours sold in Florida last _
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.. : III AS 11EN1VISIW, BlCyB7NLKC3 CLFYB L, I is always fatal for dogs.*.I| cent higher than the 1959 sales and 85 per cent of the total electric en-
)' ., yes.:: All snake bite cases warrant' 70 per cent more than five years ergy produced in the state, the balance -
'. .: I immediate medical attention in an ago, the :Florida State, Chamber of being made up by large manufacturing '
;'-. attempt tosave the animal's life. Commerce reported yesterday. plants and by such pub-
l| & i Practicing veterinarians administer "Tot a 1 purchased electricity lic uses as street and public build-
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'.<. : ;p j R'IES/GIYE bitten animals. owatt-hours in :1960. Residentialuse I -- -

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wound area, application,of tourni- ..
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.S SgV quets, use of ice packs to reduce 16 79 GAINESVILLE Teachers are
f' S rso period: per cent and per cent
swelling and fever, use of pain relievers i respectively k I not practicing what they teach, a
cross incision of the wound
{ Florida education
of
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and suction of venom are some of I I \
all types and office buildings stood professor said this week.
the therapeutic measures used :n second in both volume and gains of Dr. Vincent McGuire told teachers -
treating snake bite victims. 11 per cent over the year and 76 gathered for a faculty lecture '

+!. Not For Laughs! -s per cent over 1956."Manufacturing. series that "we are so busy look'r'r .
plants which ing for new frontiers we haven't I
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L/NCOLNTOBEUSEDR>K IrJ t -.r I Busch's tropical showplace in percent gain over 1959, a 52 percent I discovered." He challenged 'educa- \
UNIGNSiLDIERS/ Tampa, clocked its 2,000,000 visitor increase over 1956 and a total tors to "implement what we already -
F use last year of 3,963,168,000 kilo- know: to be good educational
recently. The beautifully landscaped -
: watt-liours. Large manufacturing practices. I
TOED gardens with its rare birds is electricity
plants which produce
one of Florida's leading attractions -I for their-own uses and not for sale CLASSIFIED ADS L
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SNAKE BITE VICTIMSIN die as,readily as dogs from snake I t ;rf

SOUTHERN STATESGAINESVILIEThe bite.Dr. !f
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Florida Agricultural 'Experiment secondary infection in animals receiving I Heating: Air Conditioning Appliances I I
Stations.Dr. less than a fatal dose of E

D. A. Sanders says the ser- snake venom. !MMy 'M*\ M WlW! 1MtjMtjM4 JY iMl JM4jlM4i1Mll !M1jM1 M1flWrW MIjM11M'IM41M4iM4M4j; ; : W JM4fJ I =; if
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the amount of venom injected, the venom, they usually do not sufferas
body weight of the victim and the marked ill effects from exposure -
toxicity of the venom. as do other animals of FREE FOREVER
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poison per pound of body to their tough skin and extensive (.

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, Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal 1 I i '.,; I:

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, SUNDAY: John H. Kinard dealt with a Christian Science
pastor ;
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;, 9:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School vices Sunday in the t I Ij
, 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service :. on "Mind".
6:45 p.. .MYP 7:45 m.-Evangelistic Service Paul's exhortation to the j I
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f 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00'p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. sians! ((3) will be included in 470)t"
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m Thursday-W. M.,B. II Scriptural readings: I
.J 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac', Everyone welcome. Special music "Lie not one to another -
, tice'WEDNESDAY and singing. II that ye have put off the old
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l 8:30: p. m.-:-Senior Choir prac- The Methodist Church knowledge after the image of \

F... tice.Canal Canal. :. .Point,' FloridaRobert that created him: Where ,
neither Greek nor Jew,
\ Point First A. Shelley, Pastor cision noif uncircumcision
SUNDAY: barian, Scythian, bond nor \
:.... Baptist Church 10:00'. m.-Church School but Christ is all, and in all"
'' 11:00 a. m.-MornIng Worship A correlative passage I from : ? "
C Elder R. E.Barfield .6:30 p. m..-Youth Fellowship ence and Healthwith Key
k SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Scriptures" by Mary Baker '
;" 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: states:'"With one Father, even : wind- .;
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,- ;: 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer MONDAY: Truth, and have unity of ,
L" 7:80: Esther Class
Service p. meeting and spiritual power which
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f.';. 7:30 p.: .-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I
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Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 '.

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Page Bight The Ererjlade.News, Canal Potet Florida Friday August 18, 1961. I IPi

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11 i economists. farmers had better :
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..:" and streamline every phase of our !
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:' :' way out. /
.. '. Doyle A farming operation today is a
*. : -:. ;!i.=:F.-:: business operation. ,A successful
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:< .:, ;i;E.F.- :; and adequate financing.
f r, ... :- I Ocporfinenf or Agricu ::. ...'\ ,Small, ,family type farms, ope- \

( ,t. ':, !. rating on a shoestring in a hap- I
\ If you've been keeping yourself hazard fashion, have been fading I

"r' ,. .. '. .. ,', ', informed on economic trends, I'm out of the picture. More are doomed i

I sure you're aware that the number to disappear. They are being 1

t .. \,. s of, farms in the U. S. has been replaced by larger, more efficient,
:..'.. i declining. Also showing a steady scientifically operated and expertly -
_: 5.._ S'1'-m.- PARKSAnastasla -r t; ; ..,. : downtrend is the population on managed units. And total

.. 1 .J.-- ; ....: I farms. production has been increasing, 1
-1.' .. There's a good, reason for this. t *
[! 2. Colller-Seainole ,: t We've been leaning how to producemore Whether the number of our pro- .

l.. 3. Florida Caverns o 1,' A and more on fewer acres with ducing units is up or down, Flor- I
4. Fort, Clinch less labor. ida's agricultural income today ,

-- 5. Port Pickens :..--;----=- -- i-- In the past ten years, accord- totals about 850 million dollars. 1 (
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}, 6. Gold Bead Branch ; +r ing to figures of the U. S. Depart- expect that figure to grow. So, I'm
7. Highlands Bock 1I ---- l + ; ment of Labor employment on convinced that there's still a great .

:' ... 8. Hills'borough River- ,.. 1 ; 1 I farms has declined by 2.200.0CO opportunity in agriculture in Florida -
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9. Hugh Taylor Birch .'. -- jobs. One national news magazine for the inteligent educated,
t \ ,10. J Woodruff I I estimates jobs in agriculture will ambitious and aggressive young

a U. Jonathan Dickinson .I .-"' decline another 1,200,000 in the I' fellow who wants to make it his
'12. Klllearn Gardens ':. ; next ten years. life's work. '
13. Manatee Springs ; -
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._ 14. MYakka: River '......' ; Figures like that give emphasis CLASSIFIED ADS
15. North Little Talbot RiYU& f.''? ,, '. :' to the warnings of our agricultural PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
," '16. O'Leno .:r;; ., 'F / + I

,;,. I ., 17. Oscar Scherer ** i '' ; '..'-" ,.'.. : 6 --- ..---- ----
18. Pellicer Creek** '" 't, ; ) .' ; .
'4 19. St. Andrevs w't-t;. ";. ..-:;'.

t.. ,. 20. "Suvannee River ,. ,r f, Thinking About Building?
21. Tomoka j ,

,. 22. Torreya < f? .
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!. Partially Developed ,ParksA '. : I
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. cool dip in the ocean? A hike: Historic Fort Pickens Park, two Florida.has two parks with distinctive -
t :along a nature trail? These ,are miles west of Pensacola Beach on attractions. Killearn Gardens, II I General Building* Contractor

E r Ida's 22 state parks are offeringthis seeing tours of the fort along with park with formal gardens. The I,! Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127THEATRES

summer. picnicking swimming and camping beauty of the park's azaleas, dog-
, The parks, located throughout facilities: The fort was twice at- wood and camellias in the spring
the state, give vacationers a chance tacked but never taken by Confed- annually draws thousands. Al- -- -- -
J. to enjoy picnicking, swimming, erates during the War Between the though the gardens are closed dur- I twMo i t t t t t .t..: : t t t t t t t t t t 1 t-+ t t t t t t tIt tIt H n m 111 II. .

t boating, fishing or hiking in Eden- States. Down in the fort's dark ing the summer, the park's recreation -I
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,. like retreats. Camping, at reasonable dungeon can be seen the cell where area on Lake Hall remains j

r. rates of $1.50 a day plus tax, the Apache chief, Geronimo, was open year round and provides opportunities -
,: can be enjoyed at 15 of the parks. imprisoned.If for picnicking, swim- I I
,- Those who exult in natural scenic the wild beauty of hammocks, ming, boating or fishing. Sinc the PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

{' beauty will find the. parks repre- swamps, unusual birds and animal underground caverns at 'loridaCaverns
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Gl Road
.: sent a Florida unspoiled and pre- life exert an appeal, Florida has were first discovered this : .
: served such as the early settelers some inland parks that could very park? near Marianna, has been a I
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,, found. Ranging from ocean-side to well be in Africa or South America. major attraction. The, unusual sub- 2 BIO FEATURES. \
inland facilities the parks are. as Highlands Hammock near Seb- terranean rock formations and the SUNDAY MONDAY-TUESDAY
G' varied as the state itself. ring, has jungle-like hammocks, a cave's cool 63-degree temperature. AY-MONDAY-TUESDAY AUGUST 13-14-15
Collier-Seminole, for instance, is I wild orange grove and 10 miles of are equally attractive. AUGUST 13-14-15
located 17 miles south of Naples in nature trails. Vacationers' can en- Other parks with special lat CINDER FELLA"
the Everglades region. Here can be j oy a Catwalk Trail over swampy tractions but not completely developed -

seen the sub-tropical foliage and waters and, if lucky, catch a glim- include Jim Woodruff Park, "ONE EYED JACK"ANN MARIA ALBEDGHETTI,
animal life found in the vast acreage pse of some of the park's 150 deer on Lake Seminole and near the dam
AND JUDITH NDERSON I
of mangrove and marsh. Of as they feed.Myakka at Chattahoochee, and Pellicer MARLON BRANDO, KARL
I Creek, 15 miles south of St. Augus- -ALSO-
i special interest are the Royal i River Park 17 miles I MALDEN AND KATY
Palm Hammock, which has the east of Sarasota, is Florida's tine.With
tallest Royal Palm in Florda (90 I est park and rated as one of lai-g-I I so many state parks offering -I II I JURADO "JALOPY"I

feet) and the Barron Collier ':Memorial finest wild life sanctuaries in I such varied and scenic beauty, I I1II -1111 1 I i I 111l1 1 I I I I I I 1 t 1 1 I I't y< 11 11 I I I II I .
a statue commemorating country, with sometimes es manyas I the 'vacationer need not go out of I II _

the pioneer settler and developer. many cs 30,000 wading birds Florida to enjoy a summer of fun. I I I r I I I 1,1 I 1 I I I I t I I 1 I I I t I I lIt I I I 1 I I I I .1 I 1 I I I I I I I I II
of the area. roosting at Upper Myakka Lake. -Audrey Barr
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A: delightful contrast is Torreya Stretches of savannahs broken Vy
State Park ne'ir Bristol in North- clusters of Sabal palms add to the Florida Keys Looks -

west Florid. The high bluffs scenic beauty. The park is one of -

looking the, Apalachicola over-I two in the state with cabins for (continued from page 1)
give the illusion of being rent addition to regular landlubbers can enjoy the sport
mountains. Trees, shrubs and wild ing facilities. Another inland camp-I even without a boat by fishing
life here are reminiscent bf the !noted for the scenic from bridges on the long ribbon of I
i foothills of the Alleghenies. Note- i North Florida is Gold Head the Overseas Highway which

worthy botxmically are the rare i Branch, located near Keystone I island-hops all the way to Key
Torreya tree and the Florida Yew Heights or 40 miles southwest of West, a distance of 157 miles

t found only in this area. Jacksonville. Lakes, a beautiful The two-lane, toll-free asphalt I

:' For those who enjoy beach recreation ravine ,set amid groves of pines highway is one of the most beau- /.
make for ideal family recreation.This tiful roads in this
!: the state has six. parks located country. One
along the coast. Anastasia, park also has cabins for rent. bridge between Marathon and Ba-

near St. Augustine Beach, has low Rivers add to the beauty and hia Honda is seven ,miles long.
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coastal dunes and a picturesque la-I recreation of several state parks. The road passes through the

goon in addition to the Atlantic 1 Jonathan Dickinson, at Hobe larger island communities. such as ARE YOU EYEING .
Ocean. Farther up 'the coast at! Sound, has the blue waters of the Key Largo, Islamorada and Mara I
Fernandina Beach in Fort Clinch: Loxahatchce River to increase en- thon as well as some of the small

;, Park with ideal bathing and picnicking -i joyment of campers and vacationers. keys inhabited only by tiny deer ANewHome
. facilities. Tomoka State Park, near Or- and other Florida wildlife. A

', Near Jacksonville is North Littler mond Beach, has two rivers, the Tourist attractions such as the
Talbot Island, also with swimming I Halifax and Tomoka, lending their Theatre of the Sea, McKee Muse- Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen
\ special charms. um of Sunken Treasure and Key
facilities in the Atlantic St.
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finance home here deal witha
' West's renovated Aubudon you your you
. Johns River. Down at Fort Lauderdale -: At Hillsborough River State Houseare
/ in the Gold Coast area is! Park, 23 miles northeast of Tampa musts for every vacationer. local association with ,headquarters right herein

k. Hugh Taylor Birch Park, with some i the river forms; a series of rap- Visitors will delight in the uni- our community, and whose officers and em-
. of the most expensive beach front ids before coursing past the swim que cuisine of the Florida Keys.
' age in the,world. An underpass beneath ming picnicking and camping. Conch Chowder and turtle steak ployees are sincerely interested in seeing that

'. AlA gives bathers easy ac- areas... O'Leno, 20 miles south of I are two delicacies, and no' one can attain/true debt-free home ownership.
you ,
, cess to the beach without traffic Lake City, is noted for the Santa resist key lime pie to top off a
hazards. I Fe River, tributary of the Suwannee perfect vacation meaL !

Not completely developed as yet I Ir which flows through the park. The "road that goes to sea" af- 1111111111111111:1

.... but still open to the public is Oscar Farther north is Suwannee River fords travelers one of the most
Scherer Park on the Gulf at Park, west of Live Oak. At Mana delightful scenic routes in the
tee State Park Chief- world. Jjg1adesedera1
. Osprey. Here vacationers can combine Springs near .
. shell hunting with bathing and land the Suwannee again providesits .--

picnicking. Around the Gulf Coastat beauty 1,000 feet away from one Horses bred and sold by Ocala SAVINGS& LOAN ASSOCIATION
Panama Beach is St Andrews of the major springs in the coun- Stud Farms
City earned total-
purses SAVINGS CCSUBZD UP TO *1 400 BY FSHKtAI* OAVDCOS
Park noted for high sand try. A broad, boardwalk borders ing Triangle i
r $655,075 according to : AND LOAN COBrOHATXOH r !
dunes and a jetty extending into the swimming area and provides Publications. Ocala horses "
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the ocean. The,'park has camping boating facilities. won 134, came in second In 130, and :

facilities,fronting' .' on.the' bay.. The unusual always has allure. third in 118. j jI lllllllll"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ.



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