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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: December 17, 1965
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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December .24, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING

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;;. City(Gives f k h"m t Frank ,Friend Has THE EVERGLADES NEWS Prices Better As t

His 90th BirthdayMr. Wishes You and Yours

For Crosby Plan Yuletide NearsPrices
and :Mrs. Lewis Friend entertained -
with a family dinner on
:! At the regular city council meet-I Friday, December 17, honoring Ms on ly all green winter '
/: big held on Menday"night of this i father, Frank Friend, on his 90th vegetables were a little better this
week in Pahokee, the official body birthday. Also honored were their week as the Christmas season came
.t the city rare TL O. Crosby the daughters, Merry Ann and Cyndy nearer. The demand for celery was
l jro-ahead signal on his new subdivision who celebrated their birthdays OB good with a steady market with the
{.. to be constructed immediately December 15 and 16. price running from $2.60 to $3.00
west of the East lake High per crate.
i. Sdhool football.field. Present plans Beans seemed a little weaker
call for' construction<< of 18 houses Barfield Highway with haulings very light. However,
on a five-acre tract of land, Mr. some sold at auction for as muchas
L.. Crosby. said. $5.00 per bushel hamper while
The entire sub-division will provide Ditch Is FilledThe others dropped to $4.00 and $3.60
,space for 83 homes and it will per hamper.
be the first time that homesites Cucumbers had a very good mar
have been offered for the colored 300 feet long roadside ditchin ket with the demand good and ,the
I population Pahokee the owner I front of the recently constructed price around $5.00 for fancies. Peppers
added. Everglades Memorial Hospital In I r 50th Wedding Fete Moseley Girls Are have been selling all the way
The city has agreed to run the I Pahokee will be filled in over a from $3.50 to $650 for the Calk
F water line in to the property and new culvert by Palm Beach County. For The BolandsFriends Honored At Party fornla Wonders.
r will also build a road to the first The ditch has been .n eyesore in u
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five-acre tract. After that, Mr.I(I front of the handsome new hospitaland of :Mr. and Mrs. ,B. R. Misses Ann and Jan Moseleywere VISIT THE HEBERTS
Crosby will have to Construct his hospital officials are happy Boland, 2727 Bacom Point Road, honored with a surprise goingaway Dr. and Mrs. Leo Hebert have as
own roads to service the other that the county has consented to I I i Pahokee, are ,cordially invited to party Saturday night, their holiday guests' their sons,
Acreage. put in the culvert and bring the 1 I attend an open house In honor of December 18, from 7 til 11 p.m.' John Hebert of Georgetown Uni
The sewerage will also be ex. fill up to road shoulder height. I I their 50th Wedding Anniversary on The party, held at the Woman's I I versity, Washington, D. C., and Dr.
tended to the site, Mr. Crosby said. After the fill is completed, the !Saturday, December 25, from 2 to Club, was given by ;eighth grade Leo Hebert, Jr.,of Charity Hospital
He said he had been working for land will be terraced, it was polnt-I 16 p.m. The open house will be given classmates. In New Orleans Louisiana..... .
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the past 12 months to get everything ed out. Landscaping in front by their children and they requestno Christmas colors of red and green !
in order for the city to make new hospital was completed at the I gifts,.please.Christmas. were carried out in the table decorations GUESTS AT EVANS HOME
their final move. time the InsUtution was opened in '. ,. which featured a green linen \
In commenting upon the city the:fall. cloth cenetere with A bowl of Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans hadas
council action, Mr. Crosby said: "I Party red punch and encircled with minia- Monday guests their daughter
the members) of the Councilto Mrs. Frank Handley and children
want PERSONALS For s. S. Class ture red poinsettias
.know how deeply I appreciate : Mrs. H. Unwin.Mrs. Bill Hat. of Sebring,,who helped to celebrate I
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the birthday of her sister, Mrs."J. ....
their effort; to assist me to making Mr. .and Mrs. Byron Knethln'f: Mrs. Donald WaddelFVas hostess: ton ,anH'Mrs. Fred Spikes were incharge' .'
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Early Col and Mrs. Early and
these hemesites available to of arrangements. '
Little Rock, Arkansas, are the to the members of the Loyalettes daughters Jane and Catherine' arid
the I certainly appreciate q I- i -i-4 ,
" public. guests of their son-in-law and Sunday School class of the Paho- his mother
Mrs. J. M. Early, of
t' the cooperation I have received daughter Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hat- their Ava Sue Herrol/ I t
kee First Baptist Church for Columbus, Ohio, are spending. the
from the city, he> concluded.
ton and children in Pahokee. I. I
; annual Christmas Friday,
'V. party, Weds Hickerson holidays with her parents. Col. and
Mr. and Gene Butler haveas Fred
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l December 17. Guests exchanged I
Mrs. Evans also expect to have as
YOUNG BATC11ELOR DIRECTS their their soninlawand I II
guests gifts and enjoyed Christmas cookies holiday guests Gen. and Mrs. Pierre
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. Mr. and Mrs. James Batchelor grandson, Cleo Miles and Duke : candies and hot chocolate. Miss' Ava Sue Herrold,'daughter Malett of Asheville, North Caro-
accompanied by his parents, Mr.I Mil38, of Metter, Georgia. of Mr. and Mrs. William Herrold, Ifna. ;
r t. and Mrs. Harvey Batchelor, motored Miss Ruth Colvard of Stetson of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, became I
to Delray where they attended University In DeLnnd is spendingthe Omicron GroupIn I the bride of Fred T. Hickerson,Jr., !
CHRISTMAS IN SAVANNAH
t the Grace Baptist Church and liar Christmas holidays with her of Pahokee, son of Mr. and Mrs. .
tened to the Church choir) present parents, Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Yule MeetingMrs. Fred T. Hickerson, in a 6 p.m. ceremony Mrs. Betty Wilson plans to spend I
their Christmas Cantata, under the Colvard, in Pahokee.Mr. held In the chapel of the Christmas in Savan I
direction of James Batchelor, Jr., and Mr*. J. W. Guthrie and Betty Collins was hostessto First Methodist Church in Pahokee, nab. I
choir director.SAVANNAH. daughter, Margo, of Fort Myers, members of the Beta Omicron Friday} December 17. Rev. John sisters and brothers-in-law, Mr.
were the recent guests of his parents Sorority and their husbands on December Briley officiated.A ,and Mrs. Js T. Strahan and sons,
VISITORSMr. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie, 16. In a short business reception l followin .the.ceremony Travis of Atlanta and Ronnie of
I and Mrs. J. C. Mock have as In Pahokee.Mr. meeting, conducted by Mrs. Frances was held at the home of Mrs. 'Roanoke: ,' Virginia, and Mr. and
guests for the Christmas holidaysher and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, HI, Adams, president, Mrs. Faith Sace-I Hugo Boe.1 Assisting with. the arrangements Mrs. Frank Bifcfc. She will also
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and daughter of Rockledge will ar- man and Mrs. Heather Griffith wen Mrs. J. G. Thomas visit her brother and sister-in-law,
and Mrs. Pete Bender, of Savannah rive in Pahokee Friday to spend the were appointed to attend the Beta Mn. Kyle Scott, Mrs. George Mr. and:Mrs. W. T. Thompson and
Georgia. While. here, Mr. and Christmas holidays with her par- Sigma Phi luncheon in Fort Pierce Mead, Mrs. R. G. Whiteside, Mrs. son, Billy Knight of the U. S. Coast
Mrs. Bender will also visit her sister ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey. on January 22. Following the meet- Mae Laflin and...Mrs.. Don Adams. Guard. Mrs. Wilson will be Joiningher
. Mrs. J. D. Hooks. Other guests Miss Elinor Brackin will be the Ing, a buffet dinner, Christmas par mother and father, Mr. and
." of the J. C. Mocks will be her son guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs ty and gift exchange was enjoyed. I It Buckner Home Is Mrs I. G.; Thompson and son and

'; .,. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Loyd Brackin, in Eagle Lake for daughter, Chuck and Terry, who
the Christmas weekend. ,; Scene Of Sorority ;
: : Coleman and daughters, June and have been visiting in Savannah and
'-., Janet, of Mount Dora. Billy Maxson of Emory and Henry Miriam Circle plan to return to Pahokee with her.
1: University is spending the holidays The home ;Mrs.: Dorothy Buck --M

VISIT IN ROME, GEORGIA I as the guest of, his parents At Padgett. Home ner was the scene of the Phi Gamma Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jt"ftt"" an4 ..
r.V i "Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Gross and Mr. and llrs. L. L. Maouon, in Nu Sorority Christmas party I daughter, Deanna, of Cocoa: will be
daughter, Deborah, spent this past Canal Point. The Miriam Circle of the Paho on Thursday, December 16. Members the Christmas guests of her par. '
..... weekend visiting his cousins, Mr. Johnny Smith of the Universityof kee Methodist WSCS met at the and their husbands enjoyed I ents, Mr and Mrs. Rupert Mock,
and Mrs. R. D. Cheatwood in Lake- Florida is the guest of his par home of Mrs. Duncan Padgett with'charcoaled steaks in the back yard ,and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
land. On Friday Mrs. Gross and ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith, in Mrs. Frank Rosenberg presiding. and exchanged Christmas gifts. George Barney, both of Pahokee. !
..' Deborah will leave for Rome, Georgia Canal Point during the Christmas The program entitled "Keep In a short business meeting on ,
where they will spend the holidays holidays.Mrs. Christmas By Giving Yourself December 9, the group made plans TO FRIENDS THROUGHOUT
with her mother and father, Lon Wilson and daughter Away" was presented by Mrs. Gerald to place a small Christmas tree In I THE GLADES AREA
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McGinnis, and Linda, returned Tuesday from a Phillips, followed by the read- the children's ward of Everglades
7 other members of the family. This I visit with her daughter and family, ing of the story, "Songs of the Memorial Hospital and present a Please accept my heartfelt thanks
c f' .' will be Mrs. Gro..'. first Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott and daughters Ages. gift to each child confined there. for the beautiful flowers, cards,
i at home In 21 'ean. i Lonna and Lora, In Tallahas Following the program, the Plans were also completed for a I calls, visits, prayers and many
see. group sang Christmas carols and bake sale In front of Thriftway on I other kind acts extended to Mr.
,VISIT IN ALABAMAMr. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of filled baskets with cookies, cakes December 23. The meeting was heldat Dragon while he was In both hospitals
r and Mrs. II. H. Hendrix and Melbourne are the Christmas guestsof and candies to be delivered to shut- the home of Mrs. Joan Gamot : and especially during my bereavement
daughter, Linda, plan to leave this her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. ins. The January meeting will be with president, Mrs. Dorothy Buck and my own illness since
weekend for Mobile, Alabama, Cross, in Canal Point. held at the home of Mrs. R. D. ner, presiding.Mrs. his passing. With a special thanksto I
where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., Apelgren. .. Dr. Young, Dr. Gist and the hospital ;
their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. and daughters plan to spend Christ- Mae Laflin is the houseguest ataff.The .
Hendrix Perkins. mas with her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker of of her brother and sliter-ln- thoughtfulness and kindness l
... Joe Kelly, in Fort Pierce. Jacksonville are spending the law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamson I shown to us both by all of you in .
CAROLINA VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of Christmas weekend with his parents In Cocoa for the Christmas I the Glades area shall always be
: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holman Pahokee plan to spend the Christzoas Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker, holidays.Rev. I sincerely, and gratefully remembered -
expect to have as their,guests for weekend with their 1On-In-Jaw''In Canal Point. Also spending the and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart 1 by jaet.
the holidays her parents, Mr. and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert holidays with his parents Is Ricky and sons spent Monday and Tuesday May God shower his blessings j on'
Mrs. Carton Usher, of Belmont,I I Meyer, and son, Butch, In Hia-JI Parker,of Florida Southern Collegein of this week as the guests of I each of ,oa. .
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Uesfor Family Tree

TherearVa number of uses to
AkERYs which you can putur Christmas
treff'after if lias served its putposeIn
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You "(Ian cut off the longer
branches and "plant" 'them as
windbreaks"oto protect I outdoor
plantings such as low-growing boxwood .
azalea, yewY rhododendron
and juniper. Little teepees'can: be
built around exposed shrubs and
tender plants. This will protect
them from biting, drying winds
and prevent snow and ice from
accumulating and bending the
plants out of shape.
Other branches curved end up -r
overB6weFbeds" when"the groundis \
exposed will prevent heaving of
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and roots of, perennials from the
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may be either anchored securelyor ti
fastened to a fence. Pieces of
suet tied to its branches and a con-
? uour path. tainer of water nearby will provide
a constant supply of. food for your IiT
feathered friends.Homemade ..

Treats 1

Make,Special Gifts

The Christmas season Is traditionally C ISTNA"

And May, the Good Yea> of 1966 A eat. And marked good foods by tasty made things in your to' T'

kitchen add a traditional note to
Bring Yoji Health & Happiness the celebration. Such gifts say .'
Merry Christmas" with an especially -
warm and personal touch.
From a'practical standpoint
they're easy on the pocketbook

I PALM SERVBCE too.Many .
homemakers with a German -
heritage have treasured family -
STATION recipes'for beautiful marzipan
candy of lebkuchen, pfeffernusse,' GLADES .EQUIPMENTPahokee :
and springerle cookies, for instance
that are perfect for sharing
Leo Pahokee Ikey with' friends at holiday time. g.1\1P&NY;
Or, perhaps, your family has its
own special recipe for famous
English plum pudding. Spiced gingerbread Glade\
Belle
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I favorite* It you're of French descent -

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this year are concentratingon
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f ; ChristmasBest ABIDING PACE AND YEJLETID

LIL FOR EVERT (CLOVING for ChildrenCrowds Joy Is OUR HEARTIEST

of faces flowing with the WISH FOR ALL MEN
-- CANDLE MAY t' .Christmas spirit Santa with his
laughing eyes and hearty chuckle 'F GOOD WILL. 4
SOME GL&1WESS gifts you can use and some yon .- 1 ____
can't-that's a grownup's-eye-vlew
COME TO '.YOU. of the holidays. F _
A forest of legs, a frustrating I _
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and an endless 'Journey: of being 11'r

pushed and pulled through a hot,
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noisy place--that., a child'.-eye- _
view of the holidays. .
If you give children.a happier
view of the holidays they'll give
,"ou.a happier one too.
.., First of all avoid crowds with IpJJlIIiJJitn
your children. If they shop with
you, tt's best t after a rest and not stay
too long.
Preschool children often don't
GLADES.CHEMICAL understand Santa Claus. Take
him If want to :
them to:see they go.
Forcing them to sit on his lap W. H. VANN INC. *
often makes them cry and leaves ,
unpleasant memories because they \

COMPANY were frightened. Brokers .-- Canal Point
Children often receive so many ,
gifts that they're confused and b,
Pahokee can't decide which one 'to play
with ftrst. After they open the
gifts, put some away for a rainy
day. See which they'd like to save
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Romans came the giving of presents '
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traced to the Roman Saturnalia.
AGRICULTURAL .
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pagan riotousness might be the E
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-. 'Glade I throughout the Christian world. Phone 924-7233 PahoKde' F a.
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opej of .Romans and Druids
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A/2c Mike Maxson of McCoy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. II.
AFB, Orlando.is the guest of his Chastain. They plan to spend the ; w Will Serve Its
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson, Christmas weekend with their .v I
in Canal ,Point during the Christmas granddaughter and her husband, Wi h TraditionalChristmas
holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ulmer, in ; '::9.
Mrs. Kansas Todd plans to spend Clearwater.Mrs. *: 9
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Christmas day with her son and Georgia Blair plans to spend ::
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. "Tiny" the Christmas holidays with her
Todd, in West Palm Beach. daughter in Lake Charles, Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Will Nason and son, iana.Miss Ii"gg fi 12'til9p.m.
Nat, of Palm Beach Isles will be Mary Ann Ford is home
the Christmas Day guests of her from,'the University of Connecticut
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson, at Storrs, Connecticut to'spend the
in Canal Point. holidays with her mother Mrs. Esther GIVE MOM AND THE FAMILY HOLIDAY; IA
Pvt. George Jackson of Fort Ford, in Canal Point. Ray is DINNERCLEWISTON
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,Leonardwood, ,Missouri, will be the staying at his college in Massachu- > II
house guest of his parents, Mr. and setts to get in some skiing. .'
Mrs. Monk Jackson, for Christmas.Mr. Wayne Hundley a student at the
and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of University'' of Florida, Gainesville,
Canal Point have returned from is the holiday guest of his parents, INN
Thomasville Georgia, where they Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, in ;
were the guests of their son-in-law Pahokee. I
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Always Welcomed

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Old fashioned. cards useful. "
bit of handiwork, even though It be
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GLADES home are always Interesting-per-
haps the front door the yard, a AtLAS'tHEMiCALS
winter scene framing the house.
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TRUCKPahokee I I Views of the Interior-the.fireplace,
a living-room nook..or.some other
STOP spot dear to the .family can likewise INC.
be used. Such snapshots can ,
I be mounted on a good grade of stiff
paper with your personal greetings Phone 996-6565 Belle Glade, Fla.
Canal Point Rd. tlther printed by hand ,or,, written.
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G; .' \ %. : A r kjndlq a llyelx pejiootl: Interest In
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ability this can be turned to good ac-
count in reproducing family scenes

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little
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GAINESVILLE Florida U a
breeding ground for thunderstorms .'"j.
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1f then any other state In the nation.Th .
highest number occur in the
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KelUi Butaon, state climatologist
with Florida's. Agricultural Experiment i j
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wilds! sweeping In off the sur-
rounding bodies of water., he said.
Most thunderstorms take placo
during summer afternoons when
the earth's surface Is warm. But- u
son explains that after the sunsets I
chances for a storm are less rM rr ift
a since there's not enough heat to 11 11We
carry Uu air upwards.The .
weather expert says thatas
the sun heats up the earth dur-
ing the early part of the day hot a .nie ,
moist air rises in columns to form r
clouds. These can often be seen at
50,000 feet The air Is usually filled "I
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the Gulf of Mexico or the Allan j
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This rising moist air cools
BANK quickly" Butson says, "and begins ,
reaching the dew point whichhwn1'4 '"
air must reach before water
vapor will turn to liquid."
A!good example of this phenomenon err
OF is the water beads br Weit" ,
appearing on the tde of: ;your ''t
i glass of ice tea. I' hope that this Yvillbe a
The small Vater droplets which :
result from the-cooling action"'and real family Chrfetqi for all
similar to those seen In a fog forma
BELLIGLAD. '

$ / cloud.If cooling. continues the droplets in 1965.Wallace.

grow In 'size falling as rain when
they become too heavy to remain

!;: suspended.Several things'' are happening Inside v Barnes Dodge
a cloud; according'to I nuta n.
Air Is ascending in drafts and car-
rying the water droplets still higher Highway 441'ahokee' Ala.tf .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Into the sky.
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The dark clouds or thunderheads
sometimes reach as highas I
Corporation 50,000 feet. At this height, the I
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fall to the ground as halL
Lightning and thunder accompany 1
all thunderstorms. 1
Lightning is a "gigantic electrical .
spark" Jumping\between concentrated .
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negative charges. Butson says the
Peace tit our town... yes andpeacf \. thunder you hear" is the "ra>ld ex-.
panslon" of air_heated as a lightning

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with the Christmas spirit holding' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I t.,a4
eternal sway ever all our hearts. Notice is hereby given that the ,
i undersigned, under the provisionsof
> Chapter 20,983 Laws of"Florida, ,
Acts of 1941, will registerwlth the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Palm Beach County, Florida,
upon receipt of proof of publication
I of this notice, th/'ffctitious name, Ij
hope this I to,ijt': n'{ U" 1i 1\\, 1'
i .Associated Building MaintenancettKA&cok&t

year .s 8wan. Worth, Florida ttttfttVLaVe
\\ i node)) WBlfliU I am engaged In
Ia.tltle business Ha Cake Worth, Palm I
I Beach County, Florida. That the I .'- '.
party interested in said business Is Letnsbpcaefir
earth.
tcp OR A.T. (Al) Douglau.That the firm .
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name is.-Associated. Building Maintenaace .1' hearts to theWBHdroall ,

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REALTOR William Oliver-Green, 68, of Riviera and Mrs;;Hawk, Jr., entertained .I
-:- Beach died Friday, December with a Christmas buffet
IT. He is survived by his wife, dinner at their home in Pahokee
: Margaret, two sons and three Saturday night, December 18. Co.
daughters hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Lee 9
I: Charles Mason: and W. E. Johnson Wroten. I
of Canal Point, cousins of the The table was laid with a Christ- ]
deceased, accompanied the body to mas cloth of red and green and featured .
West Point, Mississippi. Intermentwas an arrangement of red poin-
at Greenwood Cemetery, West settia in'a silver bowl with lightedred
WHEN: YOU ARE READY TO Point. tapers in silver candle holders.
'BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM Red and green colors and Christmas The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE
OR ACREAGE, CALL "COUS decorations were also carried out
: LAKE OKEECHOBEB REGION HOME OF
IN THURMOND". in the living'room, which featured
Gifts ExchangedAt a large poinsettia centered over the
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing
PIIONE; 844-1355: Sorority PartyXi picture window.Approximately.
P. O. BOX 14207, attended.
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guests the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without
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Out-of-town guests were
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years
FLORIDA Beta Tau members enjoyed a and Mrs. Weeks and Mr.
Christmas dinner at the home of I and Mrs. Ray Murray Carruthers, both of Established March 11, 1;)24 Published Every FridayAt
Mrs. Clark Wilkinson Friday night, I Belle Glade. Canal Point Florida 33438
with husbands as guests. The individual Volume 41 Number 40 24,
:PERSONALS tables were decorated with!I .. December J965

Mrs. H.J.Anderson has returned Christmas arrangements and gifts CLASSIFIED ADS PAY The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
to her home in Pahokee from a were exchanged under the direction In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter "
:Visit with her brother and sister-in- of secret sister, Mrs. June,Parker. I I;' DIVIDENDS. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staples, in --- ------
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Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hooks and a:
family of Pensacola will be the '
Christmas guests of his aunt, Mrs I : i
,J. D. Hooks.C. '
B. Stringari of Detroit, Michigan .
is spending the holidays with
Mrs. Stringari at their home in
Canal Point.
Mrs. J. V. Chastain has returnedto y
her home in Pahokee from a
three-week visit with Rev.; and Mrs. '
J.J.Heartsell in Pensacola. !

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Kind, Forgiving Time'

Charles iDlckos: once referred to
Christmas ". good time; a kind, Tu1I
forgiving. charitable, pleatanttime. '
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Lion of the 'Christmas spirit Why
1 f not make this an old fashioned
Christmas
Elaborately'planned parties, those i
great time-takers shout not be a I
part 'of the 'Christmas scene. A
homey, hospitable get-together will
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Since Christmas Is really "the l Il
1 children's hour", why\ not give thema \ -
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day Children will get more delight
from helping prepare and decoratethe ::1J AF
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DANISU portal clerk thoughtof l'
the idea of attaching stamps
to-ChristmaViuicfcagei' and letters masmm
in 1903 and I few yean later the
MtW WfeWW W W Mrr scheme was tried In America.
This year, millions of Americans
will receive a letter from their t r.
local chapter of the National Tuber .
e U 1 oi 1., association containing
Christmas seals the seasonal r.* 1
minder of the' never-ending fight
to stamp out the dJ.e.... -'
Elnar HolboeO, at work in a .. '" '
Danish postofflc conceived the '
idea of attaching decorative stampsto I ,
Christmas packages, the sale
of which could be conducted by *
some worthwhile organization. ,
He mentioned It to his fellow } fl-
workers and they decided it would \
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bt a great help In defraying the I f'
cost of fighting tuberculosis. The
Id.. reached King Christian, who
approved and the Image of Queen '
Louise was placed on the first ,
MerryChristmas
teals in 1904.
Jacob Ells, Danish-born American
heard about the idea and soldit
Ilk* Santo, these to the American public In 1007' r :
hrough magazine article written
for Outlook magazine. A Red Cross
words never worker, Miss Emily Blssell started YOU MERIT ALL THE '
the first American,sties that year.
grow oldl. 1'I" HAPPINESS THIS MAGIC ,
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The practice of holding "open .
louse" has been a Christmas tradition "
through the ,eafl. 4i ; r.
The Saxon lords threw open the :
doors of their great halls to peasantand It I
noble alike during the festive t
season and all enjoyed great feast
Ing. songs and the exchange of gifts.A !
ECHOLS GROCERYMr. tremendous Yule log was dragged BOE'SPhone
upon an open fire pit and festivities
tasted until the embers clone re
malned. 4-5511 = PahokeeMATHISBOE
& Mrs. Grady Echols
The same custom was followed lath '
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War South. The slaves I
pre-Clvfl .
and Terry often soaked a log in the cypress
swamps long before Christmas so 1
hat it would burn lowly, and extend .
i. Canal Point Florida their Christmas freedom.
'. .. "Open House" during the Yule Phone 996-2550 -BelleGladoI ] ,;
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and a realisation that be wb 1 "

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lighting outdoor trees began in ..
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lighted up as early as 1913.
Two of them, McDonald and Germantown '
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3 the happiest Christmas ever. :the kitchen table for the little elf I Ul
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May the faith of the change THE SE Son :
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Jul Tomten and carried It
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chi Wren be strong in ; the world. To us. ,he is the busy
a Jolly, "good .UtUe elf who .work A oK BE
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,. Yu-.u.t"e"-'VIl; I Distributor: : :::; ; > ,I In* you "a dozen Christmas cards ,Pahokee, Florida
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In other f times. :
Mistletoe, as ope story goes ;
once was a fu}$), grown tree. Then
its timber was cut for the cross ',s;
on which Christ was crucified. I 1
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its present state p* a parasite
a plant' which grows on other
trees. "
Ancient Druids worshipped mis- (
tletop because it grew on their
4etjCh/srnzss sacred oak. At the end of every e e
iI :yea* a Druid priest would cut :
down \he mistletoe with a golden a.__
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to touch the earth. Later I
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fastened aver doorways to ward. _
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high and the lad who stole a kiss
berry 0 reach up and pull oft one
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Exercise Care in MAY ALL THE JOY OF THE

Outdoor Decorations SEASON BE WITH YOU.
If yqu light an outdoor tree do It
with care and caution.
Spryce, firs and pines, when Ml
too large are ideal for outdoor EVERGLADES
Yuletide display, but hemlock,
HUGH H3 BRANCHINC. yew, boxwood and aborvitae are a '
little more sensitive to the heat of d GROWERS
Christmas lights and their needles _
may be scorched if caution is not
used. I r COOPERATIVE'fl.
.. Outdoor lights should always: be ;
placed so they do not touch nee
Phone 4-5656 Pahokee
dles. Bulbs of IS ,wattage are sufficient .
Use only weatherproof elec. ''fl. Florida
Florida Vegetables trical fixtures designed for outdooruse.
Check the position of the
lights each day and turn: them on
only at eventide. Be pure to turn I
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The market class of turkeys Is
A cloy of peacIJ : o l determined by ages sex and ten. .
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A day of ,Iodn.... .. + turkeys and they are run fryers from 4 and to e roasters poundsin .

weight. The next class consistsof
young hen and :young tom
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turkeys under eight month pf age
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t whh for pounds And finally the }
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belong to",the :young hen or young
tom classification. To be of top I
quality a bird should have a well- +:
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# x. long breast, well fleshed throughIts
entire length, the flesh carryIng -
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the breastbone so that the boneIs
b" I not prominent. Also the legs 'krIJtUta1
should be Veil covered with flesh. :
Fat covering is one of the most
Important points in determining i
quality from the standpoint of excellence
of flavor and tenderness. Jjie] laaipr, ) for happiness.
The carcass: should be well covered v
with fat over the breast back hips May each day bt filled with It.
and1pin',bones. In poultry the fat
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under the skin rather
MR. AND MRS.' than dispersed throughout the lean
flesh' ai it is in some meats. DONALD B. KEN'Broker
Select bird that is free from
pin feathers. Ready to cook or
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Bethlehem constructed more than
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churches in Christendom.As I GOLDDOBROWTHEATRES
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Emperor"Constantine and restorations '. .
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His 90th 'Birthday Wishes You and Yours

I For Crosby PlanAt Yuletide NearsPrices
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend entertained
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the regular city"council meet:. Friday, December 17, honoring his on green winter
ing held on 'Monday night of this ,I, father, Frank Friend, on his 90th vegetables were a little better this
week in Pahokee, the official bodyof ;i i birthday. ,Also honored were their week as the Christmas season came
. the city gave R. 0. Crosby the ''daughters. Merry\ Ann and Cyndy, nearer. The demand for celery was
go-ahead signal on his new subdivision who celebrated their birthdays on good with steady market with the
to be constructed immediately December 15 and 16V price running from $2.60 to $3.00 J
vest of the East Lake High per crate
_School football field. Present plans Beans seemed a little weaker I
call for construction of 18 houses Barfield Highway with haulings very light However,
on a fire-acre tract of land, Mr. some sold at auction for as much '
i.' Crosby said. as $5.00 per bushel hamper while
The entire{ sub-division will provide Ditch Is FilledThe others dropped to $,tOO and $3.50
space for 83 houses and it will per hamper.
,. be the first time that homesites a Cucumbers had a very good mar '
have been offered for the colored 300 feet long roadside ditchin ket with the demand good 1 and the ,
population, of Pahokee, the owner front of the recently constructed TV ------------ ----- -- price around $5.00 for fancies. Peppers "

added. Everglades Memorial Hospital In I 50th Wedding Fete Moseley Girls Are have been selling all the.way x i
The city has agreed to run the Pahokee will be filled in over anew from $3.50 to $6.50 for the Call
water line in to the property and culvert by Palm Beach County., For The BolandsFriends Honored At Party fornia Wonders. "
will also build a road to the first The ditch has been an eyesore! in I' .&. .
five-acre tract. After that, Mr.I front of the handsome new hospital', of ,and Mrs. B. R. Missel Ann and Jan Moseleywere VISIT TIlE HEREUTS ;
Crosby will have to construct his.and hospital officials* are happy Boland, 2727 Bacom Point Road, honored with a surprise go- Dr. and Mrs Leo Hebert have as \,
own roads to service the other I that.the. county has consented .to I i Pahokee, are cordially invited to ing-away party ,Saturday night, their holiday guests their sons,
acreage. put in the culvert and bring the I I attend an open house in honor of: December 18, from 7 til 11 p.m. John Hebert of Georgetown University
The sewerage will also be extended fill up to road shoulder height. I!their 60th Wedding Anniversary or The party, held at the Woman's I I Washington, D. C., and Dr.
to the site, Mr. Crosby said After the fill completed, the 'Saturday, December 25, from 2 tc Club, was given by eighth grade Leo Hebert, Jr.,of Charity Hospital
lIe said be bad been working for land will be terraced, it was point I 15 p.m. The open house will be giver classmates. in New Orleans Louisiana.
the past 12 months to get every. ed out. Landscaping in front of the 'I by their children and they requestno Christmas colors of red and green -I" i i
thing in order for the city to make new hospital was completed at the 1 gifts..please."Christmas. were carried 'out in the table deco: GUESTS AT EVANS HOME
their final move. time the institution was opened in j .. rations, which featured a green linen
the the fall. cenetered Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evan had
In commenting upon city cloth with a bowl of
council action, Mr. Crosby said: "1 .d. Party red punch and encircled with miniature as Monday guests their daughter,
want the members of the Council PERSONALS For S. S. Class red polnsettias. Mrs. Frank Handley, and children
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I. H. E. UnwrrtVMrs.Bill lIat10n..aJld"1Jn. helped .
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ther.effom.tn-Jusist iminaVing Syr; dt Spikes
me Mr'aMrs; : r l ff) Mrs. Donald Waddell was hotter 1 J. Early Col. and Mrs. Early and
these homesites available Little Rock, Arkansas-' are the te the members of the Loyalettei charge of arrangements.. i f daughters,Jane and Catherine, and
the public. I certainly appreciatethe guests of their son-in-law and Sunday School class of the Paho I his mother, Mrs. J. M. Early, of '
cooperation I have received daughter Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hat- their Ava Sue Herrold'
ken First Baptist Church for I Columbus, Ohio, are spending the
from the city,".be. .concluded.-- ton and children in Pahokee, I annual Christmas party, Friday, Weds Fred Hickerson j holidays with her parents. Col. and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler have December 17. Guests exchanged Mrs. Evans also expect to have as
YOUNG BATCHELOR DIRECTSMr. I as their guests their soninlawand gifts and enjoyed Christmas ,cookies holiday guests,Gen and Mrs Pierre
and Mrs. James Batchelor grandson, Cleo Miles and Duke candles and hot chocolate.Omicron Miss',Ava S.ii"rrold; daughter 1 Malett of Asheville, North Carolina.
accompanied by his parents, 31 r. MD l
and Mrs. Harvey BAtehelor, motor., Miss Ruth Colvard of Stetson of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, becamethe 1
eel to Delray where they attended University in DeLand is spending, GroupIn bride of Fred T. Hickerson, Jr., CHRISTMAS IN SAVANNAH "
the Grace Baptist Church and listened I the Christmas holidays with her of. Pahokee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
to the Church choir present parents, Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Yule MeetingMrs. Fred T. Hickerson, in a 6 pjn. cere- Mrs..Betty Wilson plans to spend
their Christmas Cantata, under the Colvard, in Pahokee. mony held In the chapel of the he; Christmas holidays in Savannah -
direction of James Batchelor, Jr., }Ir. and MM. J. W. Guthrie and Betty Collins was hostessto First Methodist Church in Pahokee,I Georgia, as the guest of her
choir director.SAVANNAH. daughter, Margo, of Fort Myers, members of the Beta Omicron Friday, December 17. Rev. John Maters and brothers-in-law, Mr.
were the recent guests of his parents Sorority and their husbands on Dc.cember Briley officiated. I!and Mrs. J. T. Strahan and sons,
VISITORSMr. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie, 16. In a short business A reception followin the ceremony -,fravis of Atlanta and Ronnie of
and Mrs. J. C. Mock have as in Pahokee. meeting, conducted by Mrs. Frances was held at the home of Mrs., faanoke, Virginia, and ''Mr. and
guests for the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Miller III, Adams, president, Mrs Faith Sace- Hugo Doe. Assisting with the arrangements M;.. Frank Buck Sao will also'lilt
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and daughter of Rockledge will arrive man and Mrs Heather Griffith were Mrs. J. G. Thom : he* brother and sister-in-law,
and Mrs. Pete Bender, of Savannah in Pahokee Friday to spend the were appointed to attend'the Beta as, Mrs. Kyle Scott, Mrs. George Ifr. and Mrs. W. T. Thompson and,
Georgia. While here, Mr. and Christmas holidays with her parents Sigma Phi luncheon In Fort Pierceon Mead, Mrs. R. G. Whiteside, Mrs. ion, Billy Knight of the U. S. Coast: i iGuard.
Mrs. Bender will also visit her sister Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey.., January 22. Following the meetIng I Mae Laflin and..Mrs.. Don Adams. Mrs.,Wilson will be joining ;
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Mrs. J. D. Hooks. Other: guests I ,a ; party nil' niuuivr and jBuicr, MI* ana
the J. C.! Mocks will be her son 1 guest of her paints Mr. and MM. and gift exchange,was enjoyed. Buckner Home Is Mrs I. G.. Thompson? and son and i \
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Loyd Brackin, in Eagle, Lake for .. daughter Chuck and Terry, who :;
fetof n and daughters, Jon and the Christmas weekend. ; CircleAt ;. Scene, Of-Sorority/ have been visiting.In Savannah and "# .
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,"of Mount Dora. Billy :Maxson of Emory and Hen Miriam plan to return tg Pahokte with her.
holidays of Mrs. Buck- .
ry University spending the The home Dorothy t
r t VISIT IN ROME GEORGIA as tie guest of his parents, Padgett Home ner was the scene of the Phi GAMma Mr. and'' Mrs. D. W. Rsm< v It M
'.;;, ),fro and Mrs. Gibb Gross and Mr. and lira. L. L. Maxson. in. Nu Sorority Christmas partyon daughter, Deanna, of Cocoa will be
":. daughter, Deborah, spent this'past Canal Point. I The Miriam Circle of the Paho. Thursday, December 16. Members the Christmas guests of her parents .
'. weekend visiting his cousins, Mr. I Johnny Smith of the Universityof ,ken Methodist WSCS met at the and their husbands enjoyed Mr and Mrs. Rupert Mock
and Mrs.R. D. Cheatwood in Lake- Florida is the guest of his parents I home of Mrs. Duncan Padgett with I II' 'charcoaled steaks in the back yard and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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land. On Friday Mrs. Gross and II Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith, In Mrs. Frank Rosenberg presiding. and exchanged Christmas gifts. George Ramey, both of Pahokee,
Deborah will leave for Rome,Georgia Canal Point during the Christmas I' The program entitled "Keep In a short business meeting on .
where they will spend the holidays holidays.Mrs. Christmas By Giving Yourself December 9, the group made plansto TO FRIENDS THROUGHOUT
with her mother and father, .. Lon Wilson and daughter, Away" was presented by Mrs. Gerald place a small Christmas tree in TUB GLADES AREA r
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. MeGinnis, and Linda, returned Tuesday from a Phillips, followed by the readIng the children's ward of Everglades
other members of the family. This visit,with her daughter and family, of the story. "Songs of the Memorial Hospital and present a Please accept my heartfelt thank
to each child confined there. for the beautiful l flowers, cards,
gift
"will be Mrs. Gross's first Christmas Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott and daughters Ages.
at home in 21 years. Lonna and Lora, in Tallahas Following the program, the Plans were also completed for a I calls, ,visits, prayers and many
I group sang Christmas carols and bake sale in front of Thriftway on'. other kind sets'extended to Mr. ,I
VISIT IN ALABAMAMr. see.Mr* and Mrs.,Doyle Branyon of filled baskets with cookies, cakes December 23. The meeting was held Dragon while he was in both bole .
and Mrs. H. H. Hendrix and Melbourne are the Christmas guests and candies to be delivered to shut- at the home of Mrs. Joan, Gamot pltals and especially during my bereavement
daughter, Linda, plan to leave this I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ins. The January meeting will be with president, Mrs. Dorothy Buck- and my own Illness since Ji
weekend for Mobile, Alabama Cross,, in Canal Point. S'I held at the home of Mrs. R. D. ner, presiding.Mrs. . his passing. With a special thanksto '
Dr. Young, Dr. Gist and the hospital ;
where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Apelgren.Mr ,
their son and family, Mr. and Mrs and daughters plan to spend Christmas I A Mae Laflin is the house staff.The ; 1
Hendrlx Perkins. with her parents, Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Parker of guest of her brother and sister-in- thoughtfulness and kindness
i Joe Kelly, in Fort Pierce. Jacksonville are spending the law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamson shown to us both by all of you In .
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CAROLINA VISITORS Mr., and Mrs. J* V. Thomas of Christmas weekend with his par. In Cocoa for the Christmas the Glades area shall always be "I
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hohnan Pahokee plan to spend the Christmas ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker, holiday sincerely and gratefully remembered ', ,,
i expect to have as their guests for weekend with their son-in-law in Canal Point. Also spending the Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart by 1D& -
'the holidays her parents, Mr. and and daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. Robert holidays with his parents is Ricky and sons spent Monday and Tnes- May God shower"' his 1 blessings on '('"1
Mrs. Gaston Fisher of Befanost Meyer, and son, Butch, in Hia-I Parker,of Florida Southern CollegeIn Iday of this week as the guests of' each of you. KOLA DRAGON .
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Juniper. Little teepees can be
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tender plants. This will protect
them from biting, drying winds
and prevent snow and ice from
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plants out of shape.
Other branches curved end up %f
.over flower beds when the groundis
exposed will prevent heaving 9! i
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none thawing. Heaving may force bulbs
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a constant supply of food for your '
feathered friends.Homemade ,
TreatsMake '

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And marked by tasty things to 1
4 May the'Gobd' Year of 196 eat And good foods made in your
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Bring You Health & Happiness ; the, :celebration. Such gifts say. .' .-
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V they're easy on the ,pocketbook,
PALM SERVICE I too. .
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STATIONLeo recipes for beautiful marzipan
candy of lebkuchen, pfeffernusse GLADES EQUIPMENT
and :springerle cookies, for Instance s
that, are perfect for sharing -
Pahokee Ikey r with friends at,holiday time.: COMPANY
Or perhaps, your family has its
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I plum pudding. Spiced gingerbread Pahokee Belle Glade
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FOR EVERY SLOWING Best for ChildrenCrowds JOY IS OUR HEARTIEST

: of faces slowing with the f WISH FOR ALL MEN
CAUDLE NAY
Christmas spirit. 'Santa with his
laughing eyes and hearty chuckle. F GOOD WILL.
-z= SOME ,GLADNESS gifts you can use and some you > .
j .can't/ -,that's a gro"lU"p eye-view
--: COME; ID :YOU. of the (holidays.
A forest of legs, :a frustrating'
!heap of things to touch and see
:and an .endless journey of being
pushed and pulled through a hot.
e noisy place-that's a cfaQd's-eye- .
view of the holidays.If .
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First of all avoid crowds with I II I
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unpleasant memories because they
:: COMPANY were frightened. ; Brokers .-- Canal Point
Children often receive so many .
gifts that they're confused and V 1I
Pahokee can't decide which one to play '
with first After they open the
gifts, put some away for a rainy
day See which they'd like to save
for later.
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INSECTICIDE S forebear of the Christian holidayof
goodness and love but inter.
mingled with that which was obectionable. I
COMPANY IN! cI were things that have
gone straight to the hearts of people
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A/2c Mike Maxson of McCoy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. II
AFB, Orlando, Is the guest of his Chastain. They plan to spend the ,, Will Serve Its ,
parents, Mr.and Mrs. Earl Maxson, Christmas weekend with their :
in Canal Ppint during the Christ granddaughter and her husband, TraditionalChristmas '
mas holidays. > Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ulmer, in ;"
Mrs. Kansas Todd plans to spend Clearwater. ""
Christmas day with her son and Mrs. Georgia Blair plans to spend Dinner
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. "Tiny". the Christmas holidays with her
Todd, in West Palm Beach. daughter in Lake Charles, Louis. ,
Mr.and Mrs. Will Nason and son, mil9p.m.
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Nat, of Palm Beach Isles will be Mary Ann Ford is home im lm
the Christmas Day guests of her from the University of Connecticut '
parents, Mr.and Mrs*Earl Maxson, at Storrs, Connecticut, to spend the I I
in Canal Point. holidays with her mother Mrs. Es- GIVE MOM AND THE .FAMILY A HOLIDAY
Pvt. George Jackson of Fort ther Ford, in Canal Pojnt.' Ray is ,. ENJOY A DELECTABLE DINNER I'I'i
Leonardwood, Missouri, will be the staying at his college in Massachu
house guest of his parents, Mr. and setts to get in acme skiing.
Mrs. Monk Jackson, for Christmas.Mr. Wayne Hundley, a student at the
and Mrs. J. II.: Bordeaux, University of Florida, Gainesville, C"LEWISTON
Canal Point have returned from is the holiday guest of his parents, INN I
Thomasville, Georgia, where ,they Mr.' and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, in Ii
were,the guests of their son-in-law Pahokee.VVlerruHiri&tma&.
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not try making some of your
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At it will provide your friends and
.. I relatives with a really personal tot
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Joy be yours ,Ml"Y FK in the future.

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a living-room nook or some other
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l !i : STOP be used. Such snapshots can ,
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paper with your personal greetings i i Phone 996-6565 Belle Glade, Fla.
1 I; Pahokee Canal Point Rd. either printed'by hand or written.
The use of an ink of contrasting color !
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forevex. eve around the world for genera
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In preparing their Christmas dec
H:: orations.At STOREAssociate

-, unique church services in
? COMPANY INC. Labrador each child receives a Dealer
little lighted candle standing In a
turnip and keeps it until after the
Your Sinclair Distributor services, at which time the turnip W S. Badcock Furniture
is eaten.

Belle Glade., Florida In Norway, families arrive at Pahokee, FloridaI
church on Christmas eve. each
carrying a flaming torch. These are s
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breeding ground for thunderstorm
averaging more of them per day / : $
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then any other state in the nation. \
ThD:: highest number occur in the aA
west-central part of the state -
around the Tampa Bay area, says
Keith Butson, state climatologls 3%
with Florida's Agricultural Experiment -
Stations.
This Is largely due to mold v +'4 v 'a.
winds sweeping in off the surrounding -
bodies of water," he said M
Most thunderstorms take place
during summer afternoons when
the earth's surface is,warm. But-
son explains that after the sun
sets, chances for a storm are less
since there's not enough heat to
carry th:: air upwards.The .
weather expert says thatas
the sun heats up the earth during .
the early part of the day, hot
moist air rises in columns to form
clouds. These can often be seen at .
50,000 feet The air is usually filled
FROMBANK
with moisture "drawn from either
the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic -
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This rising moist air cool
, quickly," Butson says, "and begins
reaching the dew point which
humid air must reach before water
vapor will turn to liquid." JherrjL44&L4by
A good example of this phenora a
OF. enon is the water beads or "f"eat"
appearing on the side of' you
glass of Ice tea We hope that this will be a

. The small water droplets which
result from the cooling action and< real family Christmas for all
BELLEMGLADE similar to those seen in a fog forma
cloud. in 1965.
If cooling continues the droplets
grow In size falling as rain when
they become too heavy to remain

suspended.Several things are happening- -I Wallace Barnes Dodge
side a cloud, according to Butson.
Air is ascending In drafts and carrying -
the water droplets still higher J Highway 441 Pahokee, Fla.bear .
into the sky.
The dark clouds or thunderheads -
sometimes reach as highas
Corporation 50,000 feet. At this height, the
droplets "freeze" and occasional
ly fall to the ground as hall. '
Lightning and thunder accomp
any all thunderstorms.
Lightning; a "gigantic electrical ct
spark" jumping between con
I centrated areas of positive and
negative charges. Butson says the
Peace lit our town ... yes and peace thunder you hear is the "rapid ec
t panslon" of air heated as a lightning ,{.pppyyy rI
bolt cuts through the atmo
in our ti/sic/or all the world... sphere.


with the Christmas spirit holding- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Y y y w

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
eternal sway overall, our hearts. Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned,_under the provisionsof
Chapter 20,953, Laws ol..Florlda,
,.I Acts of 1941,will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Palm Beach : "
upon receipt of of publication
of;this notice;,:ice fictitious name,

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Page.. Eight n-'!The Everglades News OUUIIPoIAt, Florida 'rId..7. December 24.1965
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Thurmond W. Knight Dies In Riviera Christmas Party

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William Oliver Green, 88, of Riv Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., en-
-:- iera:Beach died Friday, December tertained with B Christmas buffet
17. He is survived by his wife, dinner at their home in Pahokee
Margaret, two sons and three Saturday night, December 18. Co-I
daughters. hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Lee' "
I Charles Maxson and W. E. John- Wroten. I !
son of Canal Point, cousins of the The table was laid with a Christmas .
deceased,.accompanied the body to cloth of red and green and tea .
..J.o- West Point, Mississippi. Intermentwas tured an arrangement of red poin-]I-- -- -.- -
at Greenwood Cemetery, West settia in a silver bowl with lightedred
WIN: YOU READY TO ,
ARE Point. tapers in silver candle holders.
BUY OR SELL YOUR FARM .a. Red and green colors and Christmas The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE
OR ACREAGE CALL "COUS decorations were also carried out
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF
IN THURMOND". in the living room, which featureda
Gifts ExchangedAt large poinsettia centered over the
PHONE; 844-1355, Sorority :Party picture window.Approximately. THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing
P. O. BOX 14207, 30 attended.
guests -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without
PALM ,
NORTH BEACH .
Out-of town Mr.
guests were
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years
FLORIDA Xi Beta Tau members enjoyed a and Mrs. Murray Weeks and Mr.
Christmas dinner at the home of I,and Mrs. Ray Ormthers, both of Established March 11, 1924 Published Every FridayAt
Mrs. Clark Wilkinson Friday night, Belle Glade. Canal Point Florida 33438

PERSONALSMrs. with husbands as guests. The in- ., Volume 41 Number 40 December 24, 1965
dividual tables were decorated. with I I ,
H. J. Anderson has returned Christmas arrangements and gifts
OLASSIFl1t ADS PAY The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
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to ,her home in Pahokee from aVisit were exchanged under the 'direction; / In Canal Point. Florida as Second Claas Matter
with her brother and sister-in of secret sister, Mrs.'June Parker.I I BIO DIVIDENDS Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staples, inSouthern -
Pines, North Carolina.
f i Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hooks and .' .
:family oft Pensacola will be the :
Christmas guests of his aunt, Mrs. i $ '
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Mrs. Stringari at their home in ; ;
Canal Point. :
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three-week visit with Rev. and Mrs.
J.J. Heartsell in Pensacola.Mr. .
.., and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs of ;
Gainesville will join their daughters t1 &iIedw1ts '' 1.. (
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Christmas as "a good'time; kind, I s 7I ..
charitable pleasant
I i forgiving time." This is an adequate descrip< i .....
: tion of the Christmas spirit Why
a I not make this ast old fashioned
i Christmas

i Elaborately! : planned parties, those
great time-takers, shoul- not be a
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homey, hospitable get-together will
i create an atmosphere in which
everyone can relax
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1 children's hour", why: :not give them
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from helping, prepare and decorate Fd! TI Q
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This year millions of Americana
will receive a letter from their 1 '
local chapter of the National Tuber- :: -X4I
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k s Christmas seals, the seasonal reminder (
of the, never-ending fight j
to stamp out the disease.
EJnar HoIboeD, at work In ft : .lI/
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Danish postofflce conceived the "' ;'71 k1
Idea of attaching decorative stampsto : /f\-
Christmas packages, the sale
of which could be conducted bjr J
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some worthwhile organization.He .
mentioned It to his fellow
workers and they decided It wouldbe
a great help In defraying the ( ::; {
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Idea reached King Christian,' who ,
a approved and the image of Queen
Louise was placed on the first
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/ a seals in 1904.
; Jacob Rlls, Danish-torn American
heard about.the idea and sold
Like Santathose It to the American public in 1007 tmas
through a magazine article written '
words never for Outlook magazine A Red Cross
worker. Miss Emily Bissell.'started
YOU MERIT ALL THE
American sales that
the first year.
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house has been a Christmas. tradition y
through the years. '
The Saxon lords threw open the ,
doors of their great halls to peasant :
and noble alike during the festive
season and all enjoyed great feasting I(
songs and the exchange of gifts.A .
ECHOLS GROCERYMr. tremendous Yule log was dragged BOE'SPhone :)
upon an open pre pit and festivities
lameS until the embers alone r.* "
mined. 4-5511 PahokccMATHISBOE
& Mrs. Grady Echols
The same custom was followed In 4
I the pre-Civil War South. The slaves
and Terry often soaked a, log In the cypress
swamps long before Christmas so
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hat It would burn slowly and ex-
Canal Point, Florida cad their Christmasfreedom."Open "
House" during the Yule Phone 9962550Belle Glade
tide season Is a true mart of democracy
and a realization that be who
was born co Christmas day cameo
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Outdoor TreesAlthough Jg wish you well

I the White House ant g / in the future. \ .
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al't decorations have become famous
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lighting outdoor trees began In :.
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annual affair. V
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Two' of them' McDonald and Ger
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The first National 2irtatrnas.tree
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Santa's little helper came down
to us from Scandanavli.
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, ': let a holiday spirit prevail, and taken''After care the of.pagan Vikings were m-nY RU THE : I.
Christianized, little Jul became the
giver of present*-Just as Santa to t' .
alike cherish
and receiver
f giver day. It became a,custom for .ehft.dfea "
to leave a bowl of porridge on LfSS f"OS S OF. :
the happiest Christmas ever. the kitchen table for the little elf. \\ -
who' would leave presents La po

,- --. May'thefaithofthe change.. Travelers picked up the legend of soo f : :
Jul Tomten and carried It around '
$ children' be strong in the world. To us he is the busy.Jolly lHiE
good little elf who works 4KMARKET
" ): your hearts. happily In,Santa's workshop. yOUHS.

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pay your doctor somethingon
account. You know you will need
& SON him.the day after," *
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"What do people mean by sending
_._ Pur Oil 'Disttibutor I you a dozen Christmas cards Pahokee, Florida
,j I during the festive season and not
I deigning to send you thtte'Une, byway
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in other' times.

Mistletoe,. as. one story goes
once was a full,grown tree. Then -
its timber was cut tor the cross
on which Christ was crucified.
4. $ Since then; It has retrogressed
I to its present state t* a parasite., .
a plant which grows on other ,
trees. I ..
Ancient Druids worshipped mistletoe -
Meg ChNsrnasth because it grew on their
sacred oak. At the end of every
yeah a Druid priest would cut
down the mistletoe with a golden
-. sickle, and not one twig was ak 1
lowed to touch the earth. Later y
.. sprigs ct mistletoe were often
N fastened over doorways to ward I
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!Colonial days mistletoe was
high and the lad who stole a kiss
had to reach up and pull off one
berry for Ids His
every kisses
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Exercise Care in MAY ALL THE JOY OF THE

Outdoor Decorations IITIV SEASON BE WITH YOU' .
If you light an outdoor tree do it
with care and caution.
,Spruce firs and pines, when not I
too large, are ideal for outdoor EVERGLADES r
Yuletide display, but hemlock,
HUGH BRANCH yew, boxwood and ,aborvitae are a
little more sensitive to the heat of GROWERS
Christmas lights and their needles
INC. may be scorched if caution is not
used. COOPERATIVE :
Outdoor lights should always be I
placed so they do not touch nee- .,
Phone 4-5656 Pahokee
dles. Bulbs of 13 wattage are sufficient.
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Use only weatherproof electrical Pahokee, Florida .,
Florida Vegetables fixtures designed for outdooruse.
Check he position of the
lights each day and turn them on \
only at eventide.: Be sure to turn 1'f
them.out before.rtlrlnjt- ....zE
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2., make a wiser choice. I',

The market class of turkeys Is 'FIi'

A day of peace : .o j determined by ages, sex and tenderness :
of meat. The youngest \
turkey are fryers and roasters
A doy of glad"... .. e and they run from 4 to 6 poundsIn

weight. The next class consistsof ...
young hen and young torn
This Chrhtmo.I /
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our turkeys under eight months of age
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wish for |5 pounds. And finally there(; are the
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yov.N ,. torn and _h a ,turfceyf, 'wfifch, in-
elude*birdf yveV? ejjhrt ntoijlhs '
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belong to the young hen or young
tom classification. To be of top Y
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quality, a bird should have a well- _
OX developed moderately broad and
long breast well fleshed through I
its cn 1 re',length the flesh carrying
'I, : well up to the highest part of \
the breastbone so that the boneIs "

not prominent, Also, the legs I
should be well covered with flesh. .."
Fat covering Is one of the most j jI I
I Important points in determining .
quality from the standpoint of ext.nenee .1
of, flavor and tenderness. ,|'t'. the season for happiness

The c.rc.if should be well covered r J''

with taJ over the breast back hips- ., May each day be fllltd with It. ,
and pin bones. In poultry the fat .
Is 'deposited in the skin and immediately y
under the skin rather ..
MR. AND MRS. than dispersed throughout the lean
flesh a* it is in some meats. DONALD B. KEPP
Select a bird that is free from ,
pin feathers. Ready to cook or
I. MIIUKEENStandard oven-ready turkeys have no p* Broker .
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( Emperor-Constantine and restorations
c Ir I Justinian.and additions'made under -". : ,

It fs surrounded by three con-
vents of separate faiths, Greek Pahokee and Belle Glade
A Full and Complete Service For Latin and Armenian. All three JI
have the privilege of worshiping in I I
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