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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: October 2, 1964
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October 2, 1964 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTS


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Forest Hill Comes Tamiami Purchases Sugar; Relief i fBy 1 Former Resident f. Radishes First In

New Rolling: Stock Pahokee Passes Away

PahokeeTonight Vote In U S. Senate I, Volume To MarketRadishes
Tamiarni I Freightways Inc. of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring have
Tampa, a truck line serving Florida returned from Atlanta, Ga. where
Forest Hill high school of West I and Georgia, announced that it WASHINGTON The Senate they were called by the death of from Sam S e n t e r
Palm Beach will send their grid- t bought new rolling stock worth Wednesday voted 37 to 23 to give their grand daughter, Mrs. Clara Farms at Belle Glade will lead the I II
iron eleven to, Pahokee tonight :o I more than $1.4 million in the last domestic sugar growers additional Crosby Lloyd age 23. Mrs. Lloyd I!I parade of winter vegetables to !
do battle with the Blue Devils and few months. I marketing allotments of 500,000 died Sept. 24 with funeral services I I northern markets when three car- I
the local aggregation will be look- Included are 44 over-the-road t tons during the remainder of the held Sept. 26 at Patterson Funeral loads of the dainty vegetables will '
ing for the first win of the season', tractors, 72 city pick-up and deliv-i current years. i I: Home in Atlanta. be shipped today. The Senter I
Coach Pell says that his boys are ery tractors and 90 over-the-road I The vote, coming after a sharp j jj I She was a former resident of Farms will be the first to offer
in fairly good condition for to- trailers. Tamami Freightways has j and bitter debate, tacked the provision Pahokee and West Palm Beach any vegetable in quantity for the
night's battle, having recovered been operated by Gateway Transportation onto a House-passed tariff and is survived by her husband, 1964.65 season.
:from the shock of a one-point defeat Co., Inc., La Crosse, bill. The sugar amendment's fate Ronald Lloyd; two children. Lori !I I I Radishes rate in the top five
: last week at the hands of the Wis., since the first week in May I when it goes back to the House 1s'' and Steven Brooks; two brothers. i I i! crops, according to figures compiled -

Vero Beach squad in that city. The under a grant of temporary auth- j highly uncertain however. j L. J. Crosby and Donald Crosby all by Associate County Agent
score was 1312. ority from the Interstate Com- The result was a victory for U. I of Atlanta; a sister, Mrs. Samuel John H. Causey.
The local aggregation lost their merce' Commission. S, beet and cane sugar producers Mudano West Palm Beach; and During the 1963-64 season. 1,472
opener two weeks ago to the Clew- and a defeat for refiners and industrial I her parents Mr. and Mrs.' LewisJ. carloads of radishes were shipped
iston eleven. users who oppose the Crosby, Las Vegas, Nev. from the Glades area. Total valueof
The Pahokee high school band Funeral Services amendment.Its I - ,, the crop was estimated at $2-

will strut tonight between halvesto backers argued that the 873344.
the pleasure of all who attend amendment is only fair to give a State Road Dept. Is Sweet corn loads the area in
the football contest. Under the direction Mrs. Eva Howell dollar value, although celery pro-

of Robert O. Lampi! the be-cause ; Asked Aid On RoadLooking ducers shipped more total carloadsof

local musical aggregation will production sharply last year to their produce. 1
again draw favorable comment Mrs.. Eva C. Howell age 77 of'i help meet an international sugar Sweet corn accounted for $15-

:from those who watch them in ac 725 Flamingo Drive, \Vest Palm ,, shortage. I ahead to the comingcane 889,758 of the area economy as
tion. Beach died Monday at West Palm I ., compared to $15.688,300 for celery.In .
,JlJi i But opponents insisted" that the: harvest and jammed up traffic -
Beach. A former resident of Paho carload shipments, there were,
. amendment would mean higher on Glades highways Commis-
kee from 1929 to 1955 she was a''' 9,969 of celery and 8,461 of sweet
8) Commis-
I'I (continued on page ) sioner Pnul Rat din and
Nancy HarringtonState member of First Methodist Churchof sioner elect "Bud" Weaver asked corn.
West Palm Beach, Eastern Star _ _
i l the county board to re-design the
Chapter 184, Pahokee and The Pure Oil Building intersection of Duda Road and I
4-H WinnerNancy Gold Star Mothers of West Palm I State Road 80. South Bay To Elect

Beach- i New Service Station I II" Rardin asked that a quarter ,
She is survived '
by one daughter, clover leaf be built at the intersection Council Tuesday
Harrington, daughter of Mrs. Frances Langley, 'Cherry I" which would help move
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Harringtonof Point, N. C. Two sisters Mrs. ,
A Pure Oil Service Station heavy truck traffic at the junc- -
Canal Point and a Junior in Pa- Susie Renfro and Miss Elizabeth new
to
will
Voters In South
Bulk in Pa- tion of the two roads. Bay go
hokee high school, has been declared Caraway of West Palm Beach. and plant is going up
to elect
hokee immediatly north and to the J Rardin told the board 'that he the polls next Tuesday
winner of first place on Four Grandchildren. (
rear of the present Pure Oil Sta ,and Mr. Weaver had discussed the three city councilmen. Voting will
records in entomology (insect Services were held Wednesdayat
7 and continue until
F. E. Gillis. The I proposed Improvement in an on- start at a. m.
study) in 4-H Club work in Palm 10:00: a. m. at the First Metho- tion operated by 7 ,
B&M Construction Company of j I the-sight meeting a few days ago. p. m.
Beach county. The award was an- dist Church of Pahokee. Rev. John to 650 residents are
The commission gave approval Approximately
Is the contractor
Mulberry, Fla., (
nounced Wednesday by County Briley officiated, assisted by ReV. the to
the new is Rardin's request and instructed qualified to vote according city
of facility
Agent M. U. Mounts at 4-H Robert Pastor of First and the price
a Boggs, department to officials. There will be two polling
county engineering
Leader Training Session at Mounts Methodist Church, West Palm said to be $33,000.00. I Oil j I I' the
distri- coordinate completion of pro- precincts.
Pure
John E. Wilson
Agricultural Center in West Palm Bach. Interment at Port
Beach.In was May- butor, said yesterday that a bulk posed road change with the State There are six candidates for the
aca Cemetry. Road Department in advance of three commission posts. The' three
the State of Florida there are Pallbearers were: Lloyd Hund- plant will be erected in connection which Is Incumbents include Mayor J. C.
modern service I the cane cutting season
47,000 4-H Club members, from ley, Leon Spooner, H. J. Anderson, with the new and Bowen, Commissioners FranklinW.
10 to 19 and there are 1,000 of Robert Hatton, Marshall Lair and station which will have three bays only weeks awayBaptist .. - Kelley and A.- O. (Junior)'
these in Palm Beach county, the \Viley Tillis. and will be covered by porcelain I Walker.

agent pointed out. They keep records Wetherington Funeral Home, : on three sides. Adults I Bowen is being opposed by Cosy
has been the Pure Oil
Mr. Wilson
of projects and other activ-
Pahokee was in charge of arrange- Henry E.
Crews local
a grocer.
ities to for business I distributor in Pahokeej( for) the past
prepare as ments. Elfers Is contesting the seat held
adults. Records become elaborate 23 years and in more recent years )ftear Rev. Wm. Cox .
after several years. has taken on the Pure oh distributorship by Walker and C. F. (Pappy) Den-

Miss Harrington won a trip to Thomas Dickson Jr I"I in Belle Glade where a members I ton is opposing.Kelley.- .
the National 4-H Congress in Chi modern plant ie already in opera- Tuesday night of the
cago to be held Nov. 28 to Dec. tion. Adult Department of the Canal Register Saturday
3. She has been in 4-H Club work Victim Of Own GunThomas ''Mr Wilson said that present Point Baptist Church attended an I
for six years and has been a Junior plans call ,f o r completion of "Adult Thrust" banquet in the rec-
Leader for two years. She has the entire structure ready for reation roonCof;: the hu-rch.'Gu'est. f'Glades Office Bid. r;
:;I'_ completed 27 projects in 10 areas. G. 'D cks n, 13, 'son ''of operation within 90 ,daVs. The entering'',thee:'reception area were: ,
, ,k Her interest in entomology began Dr. and Mrs. Thomas ,Dickson of building formerly used.ab an of- greeted by an array of pink and
M through a film shown on entomol- Athens, Ga., and formerly of Pa- fice for the bulk :plant has been blue decorations.A Registration books will close to- ,
ogy by Associate County Agent hokee, died from accidental gun moved across thp street and will table laid with blue Irish linen morrow (Saturday), for the general ,
John Causey at a 4-H Club meet- I shot wounds Wednesday while the be made into a modern residence. cloth held a silver punch bowl election in November and Mrs. tl
ing. She plans to attend college youth was cleaning a shot gun in When the new station is ready for and was appointed with pink tap- Mae C. Pope, office manager at the !
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:following completion of her high the garage at their home. operation the present station will ers and floral arrangement The Glades Office Building said yester-
school course at Pahokee High He is survived by his parents be torn down.Reception. dining room was decorated in day that, the ,office will be open I
School. two sisters, Cindy and Cathy.',The -- varying shades of soft yellow with Saturday: i-Jate'comer; who :wish i

- paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ben- table decorations of yellow hibis- to register. '
Is Held
nie Allen of Fort Pierce and form- cus and asparagus fern. Eligible voters may change their
Church Teachers erly of Pahokee; maternal 'grand The entire Adult Departmentstaff addresses, ,make'new, registrationsand ':
mother is Mrs. Eger'of West Palm For Local TeachersJ. was seated at the head table sign ,up as freeholders, from
Beach; paternal great grandmother -I and listened with the fifty guests 8:30: a. m. until 5 p. m. on the clos-
Training SchoolTeachers is Mrs. J. B. Elliott of Fort to Rev. William Cox, Minister of ing day. ,
I Lauderdale. G. Weeks entertained guestsat :Education at the First Baptist Mrs. Pope reports registration .
Funeral services will be held in the Canal Point Ladies night Church of West Palm Beach as he here is still heavy. A number of .,
and workers at the I Athens. Ga., on Sunday with Rev. and Teachers reception at the Ca- delivered the address. members of the Junior Chamber
Canal Point Baptist Church have John Dickson of Okeechobee Boys nal Point Community Center :Monday \ Rev. Cox was introduced by Per- of Commerce have been assistingwith

:been ; vtneding a Preparation School, a great uncle of Tommy, I night by showing slides taken ry Hall, General Sunday School I outside registrations follow-
Training School this week at the officiating. by him on a recent trip to Washington Superintendent who also introduced ing their authorization by Dan
church. Nursery workers have D. C., and parts of California. J. L. McCall, Adult Department Gorham, supervisor of registration. -
been taught by Mrs. Charlotte There were 46 guests attend- Superintendent.Rev. .
Burdeshaw: Beginners by Mrs. j LCDR Edward Stanley of the ing the dinner.As Lawrence Stewart outlJned .

June Parker: Primary ,;by Mrs. U. S. Navy, Newfoundland, was is the annual custom the a two-fold visitation program for :Mrs.\ H. L. Sears had as weekend
Lawrence Stewart; Juniors by the guest Friday, of his mother, members of the Lions Club enter- the church following the close of guests, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sears "
Mrs. Iva Schoeppel Intermediates Mrs. Ralph Stanley, and,his moth- tain the Canal Point teachers at a the address by Rev. Cox. and daughter of ,Ft. Pierce.
by Mrs. Mary Schlechter and er-in-law and father-in-law: ; Mr.; reception and at the same time en- . - f

Adults by Rev. Lawrence Stewart. and Mr*. Grady Echols, following; tertain wives of the club members.The Mrs. Lester Hand returned to Mrs. Blanche Warner and son
The classes began on Monday and a flight to Miami. He returned to Monday night meeting was her home Friday from a visit with Mike, of Oceanside Calif., are1 the
ended on Thursday with a near 100 I his base in Newfoundland Saturday. declared a success by officials of her sister and family in New Or- house guests of her mother.- Mrs.
percent attendance. j the club. leans, La. H. L. Sear
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Friday ,October 2, 1964 I
Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438
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Miss Lynda Keene Inland, Waterway I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stu&rt of
ter. Scored For ActionsA Gainesville, and Ml\ and "Mrs. Jer-
don Walker of MotttguJfneYy, Ala.
Crowned GA Queen of their mother Airs.
weekned sale of 22 acre of are guests C.
L. Stuart whUe'v1aittng their father -
land to a Mi-,
Inland Waterway
who is a patient at Goo,Samar-
Miss Lynda Keene was crown- amtan for a reported $75,000: itan Hospital. Mr. Stuart is reported .

"Queen"! : of, tIle Citis. Auxiliaryof I brought on a. blast against the to be improving.
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the Pahokee First Baptist Florida Inland Navigation District
Sunday night in an impressive Monday from County: Commissioner Mrs. Lois Carsons of Miami was
the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.
candle light ceremony. Miss Keene Lake Lytal. H. C. Graham.PRINCE.
chose as her flower girl, Susan Lytal noted the details of the I

Johnson, and her crown bearer was bale at the county board meeting, _
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Jeff Johnson. saying that the county's request
The Rardin RuiUia. r In Canal Point, FloridaTHE The "step of Maidens" was received that FIND hold up sale of the land
by Karen Aldridge, Debra had been ignored. I THEATRE
LAKE OKBECHOBEfi REGION HOME OF Sullivan, Kathy Wilkinson, Shirley Lytal said the county might j

I Harris, Lila Gore, Alana :Martin, have purchased the land needed PAHOKEE, FLA.
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Pam Story Tannie McCoy and for expansion of county recreational -
Claudia Shirley.Candlelighters. j facilities-If the FIND commissioners
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without I were Ginger Willis had heeded the coun SUJTOAT, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years and Beverly Wilkinson. Prior to I ty's request. OCTOBER 4-5-6
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday the coronation services Julie Un- "It's a crime almost" Lytal
"A SHOT IN
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe win san "The Golden Key." said, "that 22 acres of the inland
Counselors for the Junior G. A.'s I waterways is forever barred from THE DARK"
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn are Mrs. David Unwin and Mrs.!.use for public recreation."
Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter Don Collier. Intermediate Counselor Lytal Indicated that a check of PUTTER SELLERS, ELKBC '

is Mrs. Lois White. Review FIND operations, sources of rev SOBfntER
Paul Rardin
Owner Editor Publisher
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ing Council Is composed of Mrs. enue and expenditures is now un- (IN COLOR)
Mrs. Horace Unwin, Mrs. E. B. derway and that a report on the
Gamble, Mrs. Joe Thompson and check will be made at a future I
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I Mrs. Wiley Tillis. commission meeting. II I J 1J.Ya.v.l.I1'1.111..l11! 1 1 \LIII..V..II !I I.A..Ao.

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Commissioners this week ministrative meetings on the alternate
are studying the feasibility of pro Mondays.This t
curing a count .-\Vido contour map week the board voted to Y

which would provide the a flood protection hold regular meetings every Mon 4.:: Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :X;:
plan for area. day and set the starting time at
Preparation of,, the map was offered 9:30: a. m. *:* SALES and SERVICE .. ..
by the firm of *
engineering
I The terrific response to a KidsDay Adair and Brady of Lake Worth. v
John Adair, Jr., told the commission I program held last weekend at' Heating Air Conditioning .
International Airport has th<)
that the firm, over the years, I Appliances)0
has gathered a vast amount of county commission of helping eyeing stage the similar possibility .+++++ +++++.%+tytytytyty.ty ty ty.4..
data and statistics which could be
shows in the future.
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in determining minimum The event, which featured a display
elevations for buildings assist in of current military aircraft,
drafting building and zoning regulations was sponsored by the Downtown
and would serve as an aid Kiwanis Club of West Palm Beach
for secondary. drainage programs.The and drew upwards of 7,000 young
commission referred Adairs visitors.
proposal to the directors. of the Commissioner E. F. Van Kessell J
county health department, zoning suggested Monday that the board
and engineering for study, com work closely with civic clubs in .
ment and report back to the board.A the future in the hope that showsof r
change In. meeting: times, and this type? could be presentedmore
dates for. the: county commissionwas frequently. The commissioner t y
revised again Monday.A complimented the Civil Air Patrol 1IrCaster. -
week ago the commission sheriffs Dept. and the coun
voted to stick to having regular ty's airport staff for the mannerIn
meetings on the second and fourth which crowds and traffic was
Mondays of the month with ad- handled.the .

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large find of old pieces might i
? \\ortt depress the market value of these
coins, but Florida is going to do its

part to prevent that by preservingits l
aiYI7.NdI share as historical artifacts and

not sell them. 1t MU4 v, lET IT.c'
Some of the treasure, like a nine Q
pound disc of silver that was recovered r
Qd arAaNV is not minted, but most
had been formed Into. coins.
RIDE !
In July, 1716, eleven Spanish Artifacts brought up from the
galleons, richly laden with gold, underwater" site include many. objects

silver and other precious articles, of archaeological value. Many
metal objects are thickly encrust-
were caught Up.ILL the fury. Of a edrwith a coral-like.substance. The
hurricane in the ,Atlantic off of weeded Spanish vessels carried
what is now Fot: Piorce. Ten of
smooU ballast stones which trequwMtlprltar'k -
the ahtps were destroyed: ,' and-took ,
reck sites in Florl -
their lr** ure td'4&e>'ocean i floot. .
fc tf& water sand, could and -
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Much of tt.b iUetoror. ,8i',thttt ao.aetiraaa,/ do- -lead. skin.divers to _.:.
from many other vessels, still rests ntoce sunkea. tre..ure"when. they
on. ,the ocean bottom today but a are discovered. '
private concern' 'ft'Qt ttYtt'' undwf ''a 1s
lease from the State of Florida I, Florida's treasure. hunters, I'm
;systematically! carrying on salvageoperation glad to lay are very cooperative.
. \ on thjbt. fleet. One-four They are Interested ha the treasure
.th of their find gOfti to the State.' ," which Is of course Important
This is how Florida' manages to.,them, but also they are Interested .
treasure' hunting' off' her shores. in history. Some have traveled ........._!1. Automatic< electric awing
Salvage leases are granted-.the to Spain to check-historic records equipment
State, Cabinet serving. as Trustees for the names of vessels, their ..... in+d' fjcorwfeed frwn> sterna, agree to feed bunk in

of the Internal' Improvement' Pond cargo, and the size of their crews. ... -- Saw hours of:time and labor. Reeea .
to single individuals firms or corporations Searchers are exploring the you tad* ip_
They first take out an floor of the Gulf of Mexico as wr11 .wollc.
exploratory lease to search for as in the Atlantic. :Most of the
off-shore wrecks. When a wreckis treasure has come from Spanish Amount of silage :feed for each animal" can be
located an exclusive lease is ships, oolte'ved'' victim of hurricanesof accurately
granted giving, the holder the sole the early lTOOs. but some U. S. >iw' ll]nef3. Feed can be shut off completely at empty stall*.
right to salvage at the particularsite gold.from a.Confederate vessel has
designated/ also been salvaged.I Every unit, large or small, is designed to fit your individual
Florida's share of the fabulous have heard estimates that installation. It's
treasure recovered off of Fort nearly $40O million worth of gold e1Bcient. ..economical...boosts., your profits.' -
Pierce to date was recently displayed and silver sank with doomed Spanish -
'. in Tallahassee. ships en route from the New For bwe p and advice, se. your' County Apnt, or contact, your : .

It included ornate gold necklaces World to Spain. We are almost .nearest FPL office. ..
of intricately woven design. certain to see an Increase in treasure ,
.Much of the treasure trove is in I hunting. There will be adventure II' .
gold coins called escudos. Eight I and perhaps profit for some, --d.I.. ",, Ldcvi7. CD ;
.efccudo pieces, worth about sixteen but to Florida this search will turn t
dollars at the time they were I up lost pages in our early history ... ane 1J'IM' 'fllMlIWJf/ -'.
lost 250 years ago, are much more .and provide a wealth of artifactsto
valuable "on today's rare coin supply our state museums for FLIIIIAPOWER I ft LIGHT I COMPANYPage '

market. It is feared that all and MI&D .. .
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there hasn't been a quiet momentin of way maps for changing the
Record Catches In route of 45th street In West
which to move In. Palm
I ] Schlitz PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I about 1.50O tons of phosphate per reverse curves.

T A rp Fishermen In Florida hour. It Is the third elevator to Heard that a dedication cere-

wwwuwwJw I hauled in 1,389 fish worth $44,850: occupy the Seaboard docks. The mony is set for Oct. 5 at Stuart in

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reynoldshad Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley are during the Jos Schlitz Brewing i first began operation in 1908, loading observance of finishing the last
as Sunday guests Mr. and attended a Federal Savings and Company's fourth annual 1964 about 250 tons per hour. Then stretch of four laning U. S. High
:Mrs. Lightsey and ,Mr. and Mrs. Loan Convention at Clearwater.Mrs. I Florida Fishing>erby.I I' in 1913, a second elevator took way 1 down through the state.
.John Rhoden of Okeechobee. W. P. Jernigan of Clewis- I Final tabulation of the state- over with a capacity of 600 tons Heard that work on a new road
Mrs. Lulu Barfield is the guestof ton and former resident of Canal wide event conducted by the per hour. Finally in 1947 the to Alamanda School is being delayed -
friends in Miami this week. Point is a patient at Good Samar- State Board of Conservation and I present facility was installed and awaiting approval of plans
i Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann itan Hospital where she' under-I the State Game and Fresh Water brought the loading rate up to its by the Municipality of Palm Beach
have returned from a weeks visit went surgery Wednesday.Mrs. Fish Commission raised to $245-: 'I current 1.50O: tons per hour. Gardens. The work has tentative
with relatives in, Salemburg and J. H. Bordeaux was the OCO the total cash awarded to I - approval of the community of

Council N. C. guest of her niece in Ft. Lauderdale sportsmen since the brewing; Session ForP. North Palm Beach and the County
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley, Jr. Sunday. I I company founded the derby in Busy School Board.

and son, David of Clewiston were Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss iroi. Referred a rail crossing agree-
the dinner guests of her mother Julia Mathis were the weekend, None of the four $10,000 f'shteased B. County BoardThe ment between the Seaboard Rail-

Mrs. J. R. York Sunday.Mrs. guests of Mrs. William Corbin and ,I and released for the 1C64 road and Palm Beach County to
W. H. Elliott and Mrs. C. family at Ft. Myers. derby were caught. Awards were the board's legal department for
S. Kelly have returned from a trip Mrs. George McLarty was the paid, however for six $1,000 fish, county commission learned further negotiation.Gave .
to Cuthbert Ga., where Mrs. El overnight guest of Mrs. Harry for 31 worth $100 each, 40 worth this week that further action on a
tentative
liott's daughter Eloise enrolled as McIntosh and Miss Julia Mathis $50 apiece and 1.310 with $25 proposed moving of 1-95 and Monet agreement for
a freshman at Andrew College.Mr. and attended funeral services for tags. Road Interchange rests now with future four-laning- Congress
and Mrs. James M. Vande- Mrs. Eva Howell, Wednesday. Of the catches returned through officials of the Radio Corporationof Ave, providing the work is done
grift have returned from, a two Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Davis spent Schlitz wholesalers to the state America. on the present right of way.
week visit with her parents, Mr. this past weekend in Naples. agencies: for research data in their RCA previously requested that Heard further complaints of
and Mrs. J. F'. Palbert. - studies of fish habits, movements the planned interchange be moved i 1 low flying planes in the area of
Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson has returned growth and longevity, the total farther north so as not to block J International Airport from a resi-
to her home after spending sev- Design New BuildingRingling was divided almost equally be expansion of the firm's Palm dent of Elizabeth Street. Airport
eral days in Everglades Memorial Museums tween fresh and salt water va- Beach Gardens plant. Director Frank Sakser was in-
rieties. Frost structed to check the complaintand
Hospital.Mr. County Engineer George
and Mrs. Harvey Batchelorhad SARASOTA The Board of Information obtained in the I said .a meeting at Tallahassee last report back to the board.
studies is being used in continued week attended state .
county
as recent guests her sister and Trustees of the Ring-ling Museumsat I by -
brother-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thur- improvement of Florida fishing op I and federal representatives resulted -
mond Francis of Cochran Ga. a meeting held in Sarasota com- portunities. in plans to move the Inter- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY

Mrs. Etta Duncan returned to sissioned the Tampa architecturalfirm . I change north; deadend the present BIG DIVIDENDS
her home' in Phoenix Ariz., after a of Fletcher & Valenti to design Monet Road at 1-95: and to study
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visit I with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey the projected new administration plans for building a new
Batchelor.Mr. trendingand galleries Phosphate Loading I road to help control traffic at the
and Mrs. Lee Wroten were which will be added to the present RCA plant. Frost told the commission -
| little action could be taken
museum complex.In economy model
hosts at a surprise birthday party TAMPA The Seaboard AirlineRallroad's
until results the Tallahassee sewing machinebySINCER
makingthe announcement I of
and bar-b-que Saturday night in
honor of Mrs. Ray Hawk Jr. Singling board chairman, Carl phosphate loading ele- I meeting are approved by RCA.
Brorein, Jr., stated that the truS-! vator in the heart of Tampa Ports: In other business this week the I
Mrs. Echols returned to
Ralph tees had been interviewing Florida inner harbor set a new record for I commission: t
her home in Naples Sunday after
west coast architects for several : prosphate tonnage loaded in one i Named the new community "
spending several days with Mr. I $5950'
months prior to the final month. August saw 345,300 tons ; building at Boca Raton as the official -
and Mrs. G. T. Echols while recov- seleC-t
ion: which has been of phosphate loaded aboard vessels f I polling place for precincts
from recent .
ering surgery.Classified the: Board of State Commissionersin from all over the world. ; 207 and 212.
Tallahassee.The At present the loading operation Took under study a request l J
state appropriated $25,000: is going on at such a fast pac ; from a Lake Worth Boy Scout Glades Mercantile Co.
Ads for the planning and design of the that a new building, constructed to troop to build a rifle range on
new building during the last leg! house the main office of the plant, 11 I county owned land. 233 SOUTH LAKE AVE.
slature session. I remains vacant simply because I Authorized preparation of right : PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA
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FOR SALE: New and Used '
Willys .24 Sc:< {':$'r 4e x 'r= r94 P? } ,(. b r:
Walter a< r a.: {! ;
Jeeps. Ashley's GarageIn =
Belle Glade Phone 6.3058.:

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HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new
OB home. 3 br. 2 bath completely -
furnished $4,000 cash Including
owner's equity and furniture. Bal-
ance like rent. Also FOR SALE":
CO acres of muck land on the old *
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price ft *

reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter i&rf*
Realtor. Telephone 4-7153: res-

idence 47235. July 3 tfc yc.:
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WHAT'S IN THE ATTIC that you P\ q'i
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
in this column will probably find '
you a sale. Just writer your ad, en-
,close a dollar and we'll do the rest.

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'TREE WORK DONE. Trees sawedup 2''+3'a'a:

and hauled away. We do F. 'N' aa "y
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landscape1 work. Call us for free
,estimate. Cycle and Mower Centerin :. .. \
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ROOMS FOR RENT Oct.: Weekly 16ch or '. '! J with Standard Oil Lubricants .

monthly Call 924-5681 or 924- &4V&
3331. Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N. e'
of Canal Point on U. S. 441.S24pd .
RTF +leltime to stop tractor v eatear and noiae &lfj'efore it starts The same *
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ORCHIDS SALE: $1.00 mountedand applies to aU Uyour power machinery. Ey n3ome,JLate-iriodel equipment >', S

borne Nursery blooming 3 plants miles $4.00.west Col-of already is old before its time-due to Jack of. weather protection, neglect \&* ,

Clewiston on Highway 27. Oct2:> insufficient /*
engFnes and, codling systems, ; servicing and poor-grade/

FOR SALE Gas stove and Elec- "
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Twin beds with mattresses, 1500. ieare for urnachines. Call him
.Standard. Man to prescribe the right y .. today I
3 rollaway beds $5.00. $10.00, o- -w o* -- */-vcx -3; v fot fj* -**A>vt -
$15.00. Bunk beds and matresses, r
$20.00. Bath tub, $3 .00. 36 ft. extension -
ladder $25OO.: Table and ( STANDARD

chairs $10.00 and $15.00. Chest of
drawers $8.00 and $10.OO. Contact .OIL We take better care of your equipment
Mrs. Gladys F. Kane Lucky Star
Dude Ranch north of Canal Pointon
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US 441. Oct 2ch STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

NOTICE
I will not be responsible for any "
'labor, services or materials furnished M. I. KEEN AgentCanal
to the Lucky Star Dude
Ranch Motel except upon my writ-
Point Floridap. w
ten prior authorization. Gladys F. .It!

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I I I il I News Of The Churches. I II I BIRTHS r r Hi 12 SchoolGRADE


Tyson.
President: Wijlola
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I . )-. _ .' .. T ._ T ._ 'I ... .. . .... . ViceI; reeident: Larry Miller.
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South Side Church The: Pahokee Church Mr. and, Mrs.. I.arryFdliRti.. of. Secretary: Sharon Johnson.
The
MethpdistChJirch: . of
South Bay announce the birth a Treasurer: Faye Harris.
Canal Point, FloridaJames Of. Carr Of "Eke' Nazarene daughter Teresa Lynn, Sept. 24. Business Managers: Gail Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sullivan and Faye Elliott.
Belle Gad a/croes from li v. Wfllard Kilpatrick (Becky Vaughn) of Clewiston, announce GRADE 11
W. Baugher Pastor 433 Bacom Point Rd.
Bowling Alley on 114.80 the birth of a daughter President: Glenda Crews.
SUNDAY: SO4-7&28 P. O. Box 882
.OOQ: .a. m.-Bible Study .Phone Sept. 27.Pahokee. Vice-President: Mike Sanders.
9:45 a. m.Sunday School. : :
1:00: a. m--Sermon. SUNDAY SERVICES -. Annelle Nix.
:
11:00: a. in.-Morning Worship Service 9:45: a.Sund8Y School Secretary
p' Evening
6:30: m.-
Choir Treasurer Reid Tillery.
:
6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship' 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible", Study 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Baptist: Hall,
Business Managers: Terry
TUESDAY: .a 6:30 p. m.--Juniors
NorthwoodMembers
At
8:00 m.-Woman.s Society1st Evening Ted Butler, and John Pell.
p. 7OO p. m.-Sunday
St. Peter's Lutheran GRADE 10
TuesdayWEDNESDAY' Service
evangelistic,
of the First Baptist President: Tim Gillts.
: Church, Belle Glade WEDNESDAY: Church Choir of Pahokee filled the Vice-President: Randy Wiflkin-
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting., 7:3O p. m.-Midweek Prayer Baptist
- choir of the Nprthwood son.
Koerber, Pastor
August nieetig. and, furnished special Elizabeth Gist.
Church Secretary:
First Methodist 601 W Lake Rd., Belle Glade 'Where you are a*' stranger but I music fpr the associational Sunday Treasurer: Don Branch.

SUNDAY: Once. I meeting which was held GRADE 9
PahokeeJohn School
Church, Divine Services 11 A. M. .._
;Monday night. President: George Magrill.
M.
A. Bniey, pastor School 9:45 A.. Church Of God, Those in the choir were, Mrs. Vice-President: John Barwick.
Frank Tillis, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Secretary: Rosalia Presno.
SUNDAY: The Church Of GodOf Barf ieM Highway TerHarr :Mrs. Lee WrQten, Mr. Treasurer: Pat Lewis.
Church School
9:45: a. m.
PahokeeCanal and Mrs. James Batchelor, James GRADE 8
11:00 .-Morning Worstilp Prophecy
a.
Pahokee. Fla Batchelor, Jr., Miss DorothyBatchelor President: Wayne Stacy.
6:45: p. m.-MYF Point Road J. W. Hughes. Minister Mr.: and Mrs. Bob Has-I Vice-President: Judy Todd.

rUESDAY 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship John H. Kinard, pastor Phone 924-3'1 atJ ty, :Mrs. Lee Shirley, :Mrs. Bill Secretary: Ralph Stacy.

: School SUNDAY: Shirley, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ralph Treasurer: Merry Ann Friend.
10:00 m.-Sunday
a.
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' School Thus, :Mrs.: 7
Service 9:45 a. m.-W1day GrimesMrs.: Wiley GRADE
11:00 m.-Preaching
a.
ticeWEDNESDAY 7:45: m.-Evangelistic Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Frank Thompson, Kell Hood, Mrs.E. President: Rodney Guthrie.
p.
: 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- B. Gamble and Mrs. Guthrie Vice-President: Jerry Curtis.
7:45: p. m.-Mi 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.MJ3. I V1CerUESDAY Colvard, director. Secretary: Phyllis Spikes.
tions music' : Others attending from the First Treasurer: Debbie Culberson.APPRECIATION .
welcome. Special
m.-Senior Choir prac- Everyone .
8:30: p. 7:30 p. m.Prayer Service Baptist Church were Mrs. Lois a a.

ticeGlades . and singing. THURSDAY: White,. Mrs. Louise Stanley, Mrs.
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Paul Watson, Mrs. Charles Angel, We wish to thank our many
Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point Service Larry Grimes and Rev. Guthrie friends for their acts of kindnessand

Baptist Church Colvard. consoling words during the
( Jonathan L. Wolf) - death of our huband and father.

Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Lawrence Stewart, Pastor First BaptistChurch Mrs. C. B. Jones had as Satur- We shall always be grateful for

Building. SUNDAY: day guests, her nephews, W. ,H. the many beautiful flowers. May

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Pahokee Stuckey of Macon, Ga., Earl God's richest blessings be upon

PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Stuckey Blackshear, Ga., and Dr. each and everyone of you.
Pastor
Gutbrie W. Colvard,
7:30: p. m. 6:3O: p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY: Wallace Stuckey of Brunswick, Ga.I THE BARDIN FAMILY
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
I 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. WEDNESDAY: .
... - 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship sroreay iff ffrHTy wfiig Stl lfT ifrMZSBgSgQiffrK
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting
p. . 6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship
Church Of Christ 6:45 p. m.-Training Union

St. Mary's CatholicChurch WEDNESDAY: I
Sales
125 N. W. Avenue D 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Monday Cattle . .

Phone WY 6-3867 . .
Belle Glade. Fla. i

SUNDAY SERVICES Father Francis Fennech, Pastor \ Holy Nativity Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.Confessions .
10:00 11:00: a.a. m.-Bible m.-Morning1: Study Worship before. Mass Episcopal ChurchPahokee which is owned and operated by more than 120

7:30;: p. m.-Evening Worship - Florida Cattlejnen.

WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study Pahokee Circles Rev. L. Leasing- Vicar You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat

.If- SUNDAY: this Market. We make an effort at all times to I '

First Baptist Mission ProgramsThe '10 11:00:a. m.-Sunday a. m.-Worship School Service give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give |

Church, Canal PointElder a us a trial.SALES.

September meetings of the . . . . . . .111
Lester Reams four circles of the Pahokee Methodist Rushies HonoredBy '

SUNDAY: Women's Society of Christ- Sorority Group EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School ian Service used "Summons to a .

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship New Age" as text book in the Members of the Phi Gamma Nu Market
6:30 .m.-B. 1. C. Glades Livestock
p. presentation of their mission pro- sorority held a party honoring
7:30: m.-Evening Worship.
p. afternoonat
grams. their "rushies" Sunday
TUESDAYS: The Vena Schroder Circle met at the;, community room, of the.! ASSOCIATION
7:30: p. m.-choir. practice. the; home, of Mrs.: J. L. Tyson Jr., Everglades Federal: Savings and I On Pahokee-Befte Glade Road
WEDNESDAY: and welcomed as, a. new member, Loan buiMlngr. Ru hles' attendingwere '
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer I Mrs. George Powner. Circle members :Mrs.: Karl Watson, Mrs. Ken- Phone WY 6-3028

Service. will be in charge of floral neth McIntosh, Mrs. Thor Hatton, 1
week I
THURSDAY:-Every other arrangements in the church the Mrs. Joe Mcllwain. Miss Alice ..... ..... ..,n n'l' I
7:30: p. m.-Ladles Meeting.Auxiliary 11 last three Sundays in October and.!I Hurt and MJsa.Heather: Reed. .. .' .. I . .'
I shut-ina during
will
. members visit
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Pfojp'lUn '
was pre - -- r.
the, The, ------ --:;- -
Sorority Opens sented by Mrs. Robert C. Hatton. ,
Mrs. R. F. Hurt was hostess to

Fall Season ;the Simonson-Lair Circle' chairman with, DON'T WAIT. . .
New; Mrs. H. J. Anderson, ; ;
: I conducting the business session.
Mrs. J. R.. York spoke 1: on "The : Iives ate Ilow :
The Xi Mu Chapter Beta
; Alpha Responsibilities .of the United l lY
a. '
Sigma Phi Sorority opened the fall States in the Community of Na- "

:"season: recently with a dinner and tions"-. Devotionals were given by . SEE US FOR THE BEST TERMS

pool party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Holman. '

Mrs.the dinner Joe Tom, Mr.Boynton.and Mrs.Following David' charge Mrs. of.Richard the program Nason was at the in When you get a loan to buy the home in which your family

Ramey of Cocoa showed color Gertrude Shirley' Circle! with. Mrs. will know so much'happiness, it can he one of the most
Leon Spooner hostess'\ to the meet-
films of they photographed
scenes
home. Mrs. Ernest Maxwell life. Our loans are made to fit '
during their recently vacation tour Ing at her her. important steps of your
chairman, assisted
of Denmark Norway, Sweden and
Miriam Circle which met and budget.
'; Finland. At the your needs .
Mrs. Marjorie Mock, social at the home, of Mrs. Frank Rosen.
berg. Mrs. H. H: Hendrix was appointed SAVINGS EARN MORE
; chairman, was in charge of dinner hospitality chairman. Mrs. LET YOUR
arrangements and was assisted, by
her committee, Mrs. Donna Plum- Rosenberg former hospitality ,
f er, Mrs. Joan Tucker, Mrs. Nina chairman is now serving as pro-

Hatton. Mrs. Eva Spooner, Mrs. gram chairman.-- 44 Pet. Payable SemiAnnuallyEVERGLADES
1 Helen Jean Boynton and Mrs. Mildred
ENTERS" ANDREW COLLEGE
1 e( Schoeppel.. Mr. and Mrs. Lon. Wilson ,haye ,

I LOCAL WSCS MEETING returned from a trip to Cuthbert.Ga. .
their daughter Linda FEDERAL
i where
WSCS will
4 The Canal Point
i;-1 meet at the home of Mrs. O. H. remained to begin her freshman
;" Sheppard on October 6, with Mrs. year at Andrew College. Enroute And Loan Association
visited relatives in Albany Savings
home they
Ruth Kahle presenting the program -
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'The Young American Mother : Donalsonville Ga. and Tal- AC0O17NT& OTSUB* BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

"1;' Who Is She.?."- lahassee. Pahokee Belle Glade

: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews .)f Mrs. Grady Chancelor has returned -

;I Goc )a e cl\ were weekend guestsv to' ,her home after several Let Your Money Earn,4J/2% Payable Semi-AmmaUy.

... 4 Sf'e__'" Mf'.n4l-..... 6ym/visit with bet lIOI1-iD-lawand James
Rubin Crews, in Pahokee and daughter Rev. and Mrs. I = = = = = ===
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Q:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit...? cheek every 81k Months for the life of the Bond
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E BV) At 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen montbs.; faster than the old rate. interest accuoHMAtos! to maturj y. H Bonds provide I
Your savings increase faster because Bonds income for Jivi s* e rpenses, while E Bonds build *
your ;
nest for tMi tature. Iruit's why retired
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mature in just 7 9 months. many
years
people hold If nds laid families; saving for; say, achild's
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period educative buy E Bonds.
stays the same but'more interest is paid .you each
six months.With both E and H Bond the new.rate Q:In what denom AU&>n* out I buy series E and series
works out to 2f$%for the first year and a'half;then H Bonds? .
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. Ac B Bonds: $25 (t *t $ (coat $37.50), $100
CU When did the new rate become effective? (coat $70.00)" $200 (cost $150.00), $500
A: June, 1959. (uApo1a1 f37G.WJi) $1,000 (cost $75O.OOf ..
$ ( 00.00).
fe Does the new rate change the Bond I bought before '
H Bonds: $50OV 1.000, $5,000 and $10,000. They
June 1, 1959 are fio.A< at face value. .
Jl-All older E 11dI Bonds pay more now-an extra How safe & Bonds '
fe ace+ Q f\ Savings
%% from: now on,when held'to maturity. T!.!*;. :
crease takes effect; In the first full interact period Ac Savings BondA,*r a SA absolutely riskloss way teSAVf >
after June 1. : 'TTbe UnfMi: States Government guaranteestneTash
value Af your Bonds will not drop, that it
Q:Will the Bond I own automatically:: earn their: new oan only gttiw.

rate? s What if say B\fttd should, be lost, stolen or destroyed
At Yes. Yea don't need to do a tfemf-just held en to ?
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your As You can't Ioset&very Bond purchased is recorded
ffc Wnenmy B Beads mature, will they. keep eei ..... bar tbs> 1reas f; Ix anything happens) to yourS
is inflrest? Bond* they: ar* r>pJa A;Yea.An sutosMtic It JEM aefet.lan 1 \j.f.ntfeMto ossi I bi r 0 od.?

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Friday, October 2, 1964
The Everglades News, Canal point Florida 33438
Page Eight .

Sugar Relief By-


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prices for consumers. They said

FARM: also it would violate an agreementon
J allocation of the U. S. market

FRONTBY worked out in the 1962 Sugar Act,

and that it would harm this coun-

M try's relations with friendly nations -

BY CONNERCOMMISSIONER which depend on sugar for

sales here.

AGRICULTURERats Sen. Wallace F Bennett, R-
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
Utah, chief sponsor of the amend-

ment, said it would mean a 10 per

are costly pests and a men- how is a farmer to know whethe p e, cent increase in the allotment for
ace to human health.It I his buildings contain only a few or; R American beet sugar producersand

i is, estimated that a rat eats a large number of rats? for determining more than 20 percent for cane
One method suggested '
about $5 worth of food a year and numbers suggests: growers.
contaminates 10 times that much. rat But this is only a small part of
occasionally -
If you see only one rat the excess sugar produced in this
One authority estimates the an- I
number
total maj
the
at night,
country at the government's request -
nual loss to rats in the U. S. runs 50 and 100. Rats seer
between
I run because of the shortage a
between 2>/ and 4>& Billion dollars night and one occasionally I
every said.
he
,
year ago
or about equal to the, produc- means their numbers I'/ 4S
:in the daytime
I The amendment also would extend -
tion from 100,000 farms. are probably 100 to 500. Rats
for six months quotas for
Besides being costly, rats are the in the daytime I
day
seen every foreign countries contained in the
I
cause of more human deaths than 500 around
means there are over j 1962 law. These expire on Dec. 21
else. Disease spread by
anything I' C * *
rats, it is said, has killed more ilh/J this year.
in rat exterminating ,..
Latest development i ?r a. Bennett contended it is neces
people than all the wars in history.In I
which I've
products sary for the Senate to act by way
a fascinating book publishedin
notsofascinating noted recently is a new chemicalbait of an amendment to a House-pass-
1935, with the
which the maker claims kills ed bill because Chairman HaroldD.
title of "Rats, Lice and History I
ONLY rats and no other animals, Cooley, D-N.C., of the House
Zinsser
the author, Hans ,
not even mice. Two of the leading Agriculture Committee, has refused -
I
like humans -
notes that rats are more
I national agricultural magazines, to get a bill out of his committee. -
than
in many respects any
and Farm
Progressive Farmer .
other animal. Among their human
traits is their inclination to make Journal, contain announcement -
stories in their September ,
war on their own kind, and to kill ads and ':, HOME FROM VACATION
'':'
for sport. issues. :' K ''t' iE .d3 t' Mrs. Mary Hammond has returned -
., :
As I recall it, he states that Supermarket News, in its story : :: to her home from a vaca-

is about the new product commentsIt .:. ,,. .. Mrs. Evie
con- with her sister,
wherever human population :.: t :: : ., ': : :'::: :' tion visit
centrated, as in cities, towns and is said to be "fast acting potent -I ; : : ;.: t : Kennedy and Mrs. Lester Wilder

villages, the rat population will] and inexpensive. The ratkillertomes said I Ito I .' ..'. ",. ,- : and their families at New Albany,
equal that of the humans. in a 1-ounce package Miss. She also visited her sister
* * : be sufficient to kill 10 rats," the T Mrs. Lillian Upton and son at

It is on farms where rats do a I food trade publication adds, and is Pennington, Ala.

great deal of their damage. But 'to retail at $1.98." MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. LAWTONThe - -

At a glance that doesn't sound
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP very inexpensive until you go backo First Baptist Church in Pahokee was the scene September 6, of Mike Walden Has
MANAGEMENT & CIRCULATIONAct estimates of rat the marriage of Miss Rebecca Grimes to George W. Lawton. Rev.
( of October 23. 19"2. BE'ctt",'..- 43C9. : the figures on $50 Guthrie Colvard pastor of the First Baptist Church in Pahokee, of- A Birthday Party
10 rats damage
Title 39 United States Code lamage. If ficiated. The couple arc making their home in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Date of filing October. Title of publication vorth of food and contaminate another -
: The Everglades News. worth in how after a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. James K. Walden
a year
of Issue Weekly. $500
Frequency Location of known office of publication much is it worth to wipe them i entertained with a birthday party
: US441. in Canal Point. Florida. I believed to be the largest of their Mrs. Lawrence Stewart, Mrs. Saturday, Sept. 26, in honor of her
Ut?
Location of the headquarters or general )
business offices of the publisher: I I * * kind in the world. One is a controlled Guy Thompson and Mrs. J. H. son Mike's fifth birthday. The
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US441 in Canal Point. Florida. (CA) storage held at the city park
atmosphere Strayer attended the Mission Institute party was
it's
Rardin, Box AA the"world's largest"
Paul
Publisher: If it's
Canal Point Fla. I whether facility for apples, and the other is of Palm Lake Baptist Association ' where guests enjoyed playing
Paul Rardin, Box AA, Canal isually worth nothing, I I and ice
Editor: wedding a greenhouse.The at the First Baptist I Barnes and eating cake
Point Fla. t's a suspension bridge, a
Owner: Paul Rardin, Box AA Canal apple warehouse has been Church, Delray. ream.
Point Fla.Known ake: or a citrus crop. 1
bondholders, mortgagees and Attracting attention recently I I built for a Pennsylvania orchard
other security holders holding one per- my cooperative. It ha'12 storage
cent or more of total amount of bonds were two items concerning things I II 30OOObushelcapacity
securities NONE; I rooms, each with w7.tc.atiJKnv
mortgages or other : ; ;,9t,:+pr fi'
I accommodate more yg{ .. .
to .. 'bit>l >'}02fi4EtaY
10. This Item must be completed for all Publications Except those which named do not ii I than 2 per cent of the state's total
Own and which are
Publisher's
Carry Advertising other than the I
Sections 122231.: 132232. and 132233. Postal Manual (Sections 43S5a 4355b & 435 I crop.
of Title 39. United States!! Cede) I I've mentioned previously how
Average No. Single Issue
Copies Each Nearest wonderfully this new type of stor-

Issue During To Filing age preserves some fruits in their s
12 Date :
Preceding i.
aF }
Months fresh state for much longer periods 4 :P, 4 t'4 f

I I than ever before accomplished.In ry a0 ttta'.6Y: ;

A. Total No. Copies Printed (Net Press Run) II I I 575 I 575 the Pennsylvania plant, oxy- .n. b

gen in the storage rooms is held at
I iii
B. Paid Circulation IFr5
1. To Term Subscribers By Mail Carrier Delivery I \ 500 less than 5 per cent, carbon dioxide
or By Other Means. I 500 below 3 per cent and temperatureat ,' <' a

3. Sales Through Agents. Mews Deeer'a, or Otherwise 23 I 25 a constant 31 degrees Fahren

r-- heit.Incidently, you don't just open : Yr ate Cka: ,
C. Free Distribution (including; samples) By Mall] I
of these
Carrier Delivery, or By Other 1\1,8. 50 --5") the door and walk into one
CA storage rooms as you would
X. Total No. of Copies Distributed \ 575 I, 575I into a refrigerator. Unless suffic-

ient time is given for the air to get

certify that the statement made by me above are correct and complete. back to normal, you'd pass out for :,. '
PAUL RARDIN. Owner lack of oxygen. .
. a -45
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Second in the "largest" categoryis .. W

the greenhouse of an Indiana

firm At Terre Haute the 3. W.

; .. PFIPU wow RW . .Ill. U . Davis Co. recently celebrated its

.f + 50th anniversary; It claims'to havethe

largest vegetable greenhousein
df ANDREWS the world-35 acres under glass. I

How do you suppose such an operation -

comes through one of those I
that bom-
mid-Western storms
DEMOCRAT FOR
bards the countryside with hail- ?

COUNTY COMMISSIONER stones as big as golf ball?

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"ANDY "SAYS: r: '\ l." r ''")""?. Fellowship Supper
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Elect a man whose ',,(", ""\' .... '" -.i.1" Pahokee MethodistsA
1> '
4$:: :

: 1f' ;'* >,t"1
background\ was held by
"" fellowship supper
.t.'i, \
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$ First
1 Pahokee
members of the
acceptance' of civic .. 1fh 1t'JJ Methodist Church honoring Dr. S.

responsibilities" has ... ,.<\i't\, ,' r rprepared I Bozeman, superintendent District of the of guyson

him to West Palm Beach
"'
Methodist Churches, and Mrs. John
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I ASSUME and $"...,.;t,.,\,<, '"., Zimmerman and children who ex- the

I FULFILL, the ob'f' \.'V;: pct to leave soon to Join Mr. Zimmerman go
f.: t. ., Fol-
I legations of County at Taipeh, Taiwan.

) Commissioner' it" 1k# ,*,"""",'",,.,,.,,\, ',...., lowing the supper, Dr. Bozeman
I :''f!: > conducted the evening worship services -
0
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Look at the Record! i;f't t......_ t." ",, $&"" conference.and held the first quarterly [Ji] O

EVERY REGISTERED VOTER CAN
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t VOTE ANDREWS Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard milk !

returned Park Satur-
NaY a. 1964 PUii LEVER I/A NOV *, '*** day where from they Avon had been attend

Political AdWltonwnt Paid for by Campaign T.urer associational
:
ing a conference for .IBAIRT COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA IIUr
) Training Union officers of the

South Florida area.







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