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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 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
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00419
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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December 25, 1964 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POI.NT BV "A UL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST 'AGICULTURAL, AREA OF PALM, BEACH COUNTYAround ',

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X-Ray Unit Dates Hatton Hiwaywork We're Sorry Ginger, I i Rardin And Others
The GladesBy
Are AnnouncedThe Yours Was An "A"Last

( Paul Rardin) Pushed By BoardEmergency Get Service PinsThe
Mobile X-Ray Unit will ne week the gremlins crept
wwwww at the following locations duringthe into these columns and took,awayan
Secretary S. J. Baggett of the last week of December. repairs for a 150 honor from Virginia (Ginger) Palm Beach County Commission -
Masonic in Pahokee said Stream Line, Frer.chic Johnson'son
Lodge
Willis that rightfully belonged to
foot section of Hatton Highway In Monday honored a group
yesterday that a public installationof Monday, December 28 from 4:00: her. She was one of the four whn i
officers of the Lodge for 1965 to 9:00: p. m.; Section 29 on Tuesday the Glades was authorized Mondayby made Straight "A" for the past six i of veteran employees whose com
will be held at the Masonic Templeat December 29 from 4:00: to the County Commission. weeks and we gave credit to another bined service with the county totals
8 p. m. Saturday, January 2. 9:00: p. m.; McGouirk's Store on Assistant County Engineer Tom young lady. Anyway, this more than 1,160 years on the job
1965. Mr. Baggett pointed out that Wednesday, December 30 from McCarthy advised the board that will set the record straight and figures courtesy of Commissioner -
the installation is open to the pub- 4:00 to 6:30: p. m. and at the Ever- lowering water tables in a canal we're sorry the mistake happened. I Paul Rardin.At .
lic if anyone desires to see how the glades Camp on Wednesday, December Merry Christmas Ginger. a special presentation open-
Lodge operates during this partic- 30 from 7:00: to 9:00: p. m. adjacent to the road had caused a .. - f ing this week's commission meet-
ular ceremony. _e portion of the road shoulders to ing, service pins were presented to
slide into the canal. New Garbage Deal 28 employees by Commission !
Prices
How long has it been since you Drop With He asked authority to make An Chairman Edward Bandlow. (
received a Christmas card from emergency purchase of an esti- Among those receiving service
For Canal PointAfter
your boy who carries your daily Yule Season HereWith mated $4,000 worth of sheet pilingto pins were two members of the
paper? I've been a subscriber to patch up the damage. board Commissioner Lake Lytal
The Miami Herald and Palm Beach Ordinarily the commission would: with 22 years and Commissioner
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years the U. S. Sugar
_ Post for 30 years'and this Season the advent of the Christmas call for bids on a purchase of this Rardin with 20 years service on
?:: .; ,.;- is the first ;time ,that I've received : season! the prices on fresh size, but board members agreed Corp., is going out of the garbage the board and another two yearsin ,.
:00(; :""y ed a card from the delivery boy. vegetables have tumbled. Corn, is that an emergency existed and( business' in;:Canal. Point: and their 'the state Legislature. .-.' ';i ...
?'. Bunt Scott;,'who carries the Post, brining only, $2.00 per- crate and authorized direct of route will betaken overon Jan.,1, The oldest' veteran'of all'the vet'F: :; 'w
r:, ):# enclosed an attractive: Christmas offerings have'begun to lighten up gen I 1965, bY'Glades Sanitation with- eran employes'to7; be honored 'was ' .
':t'!' .. card with the paper yesterday I with the majority of, the fall crop. headquarters in Belle Glade. County Agenty M. :U. Mounts'hO
x morning. It was a thoughtful gesture already harvested. purchase of the sheet piling.'for the Officials of the new concern is rounding out 39years as a coun-
,,; ;., on the part of the teenager. Beans have brought various repair work. made the following statement In ty employee.In .
prices during the past week with In other road actions the board: regard to their service: a special presentation Chair-
: I don't know where' telephone many of them going to the cannersat Heard that plans are being com- "Pick up days will be on Tuesday man Bandlow gave a framed resolution "
employees get the authority to $1.75 per bushel. Celery is bring- pleted for four-laning 20th streetin and Friday starting Friday to August Weybrecht, who
open holes in streets to work on ing from $2.00 to $2.25 accordingto Boca Raton between the Old Jan. 1, 1965. Cans must be placednot I recently retired as superintendentof
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cables and leave them wide open size; The demand for peppershas Dixie and 5th St. which will pro- more than 5 feet from the the road" and bridge departmentafter
for 10 days without a light to mark! been moderate and the priceon vide another modern access road to roadway. Standard 20 gallon gar- 38 years of ,service.
their danger. There is a hole on the::1 large pepper has been around Florida Atlantic University. bage cans should 'be used. This Others receiving pins this'week
south end of Lake Shore Drive In' $3.00 with the smalls selling for County Commissioners plan an I standard 20 gallon can is used allover were Luciur B. Blackwell, Sr., 38
Canal Point that falls in this cate- $2.00. early administrative meeting to the country today. The chargefor years; Cary Nainey. 37 years: C.
gory. Then that outfit wonders .. r-- take a close look at developmentplans this twice a week service will E. Carroll, 35 years; James Turl-
why people fuss about some .)f BANK EMPLOYEES PARTY being drawn for a 640 acre be $1.75 a month.You will be billed ington, 33 years; Dave Gibson, 30
their operations. I wonder if the The annual Christmas dinner and tract near the airport which has by mail and can pay by mall or at a years; Col. Harry A. Johnston, 28
company and its employees know been released to county control. central paying station in your area years; J. W. Glaze. 27 years; Raleigh -
that folks live on that street where party for the Bank of Pahokee The commission heard that FAA for your convenience, if you so de- Ridgway, 26 years; T. R.
the hole is and that children travel staff and their husbands and wives: will give th, board authority to I elre. Carter, Harold Bennington, Stew-
that area daily. was held at Royal Palm Beach sell the land as soon all it has hada "Trash pick up is strictly a cour- art Morgan,'all 25 years;, H. D.
Tuesday night. The buffet dinner I chance to review developmentplans I t tesy provided by us. We limit each Fort Mamie Brady, P. E. Horne, J..
r HAND PLOWS! It's been a spell was! followed by an exchange ofgifts. i for the area. Meantime the,I home to the equivalent of two K. Kersey, Henry F. Lilienthal andR.
k Vfc since I've seen beans cultivated board hag ben authorized to negotiate I bushel baskets or one standard 20 J. Whitaker, all 24 years; Ed-
, t with hand plows. They were the .. ; with person interested in !I gallon garbage can, or two bundles win Seabrook, 23 years; Janie
; order of the day many years ago locating in that tract. Ii f|I 10f cuttings, tied in four foot lengths Walker 22 years; Walter Camp-
, ; when bean growing was the lead- job of cultivating a patch of beans Three development plans are and not to exceed 50 IDS each. bell, Gerald Fitzgerald and Judge
ing industry in the Glades but it's across the road from the Canal being studied by the county plan Fhis! limit! will be picked up each Joseph 8. White 21 years; J. K.
been a long time since their use. Point school house by using the ning department for presentation I I and every pick up day if it is set on Baker, Schley Savage and JamesL.
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Friday, December 25 1964
Page Two The Everglades News, Canal point, Florida 33438 ---- .
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Alexander NamedTo

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MIAMI-A. J.,, Alexander president
1_1 of Kent Furniture Inc., has
been elected president of the Flor-
ida Furniture Mart, statewide or-
ganization which annually spons-
ors a trade show under the same I
I I name.
Alexander of Miami, succeeds
Randolph Malone of Coral Gables
who now serves on the board of di-
rectors.
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE The Florida Association of Furn-
i t u r e Manufacturers cosponsorthe
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF mart with the Florida Frun- (
Iture Travelers. Held each year in
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing the Miami area,the 1965 Florida
Furniture Mart will be. the 11th an-
.. the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without nual exhibition.
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Interruption Every Week for 40 Years .A 6.

Established March 11, 1924 - Published Every Friday:. Utility Rates To
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Be InvestigatedTAMPA .1 I \ b.riJ people of our town

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
The Florida Public wish the
R\ t we sum
Paul Rardin Owner Publisher Utilities Commission ordered
Editor, has a k
statewide investigation of utility
4tCQ' rates and charges, with hearings I 'i of all happiness.
scheduled in Tampa Miami and
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Pensacola.Week-long hearings on Tampa I @ I II
Electric Co. rates will begin Feb.
15 in Tampa. Additional hearingsare I
slated on Florida Power &
c"J1err I Light Co. in Miami,Jan.28; South- GOLDDOBROWTHEATRES I
lla6tSJi ern Bell Telephone Co.,Miami Jan.
1 C"..i 18 Feb., and 10.The .Gulf Power in Pensacola on I

investigation is a result of Pahokee Belle Glade
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:> taxes by Congress earlier this '- sa
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I I tions.It has long been a custom In I tHRISTMASJ
Ireland to place a lighted candlein _
the window to guide the Christ.
child on his way and the use of
candles appears In other lands In
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many ways.In .
Czechoslovakia for example
tiny candles are set upright in nutshells -
and floated in pans of water.
Armenians use myriads of candlesIn
I I preparing their Christmas dec

In all orations.At .
sinceritythe -- ' unique church services in Decorate your homes with
Labrador each child receives a

fullness of i ijoy Little turnip lighted and keeps candle it until standing after in the a ? j&eSjlJoYe\ XX and affection in

cervices. at which time the turnipis
eaten.In
be yours Norway families arrive at this, the happiesttime
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church on Christmas eve each l
carrying a flaming torch. These are the
this Yule. r stuck in the snow while the good of year
folk attend the services.ISedeemer'3 .

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I GLADES EQUIPMENT Suft cr/ic ofAJorMitp\ .

The scene of the Redeemer's birthat
COMPANY Bethlehem is the site of a full W.H.VANNINC.Brokers .
day's worship and prayer each .
Christmas Eve. The faithful come
S from all parts of the world to Join
Phone 4-5595 Pahokee Canal Point
their voices in adoration and to see
the solemn reenactment of the
r birth of Jesus of Nazareth.
Discontinued for six years during
World War II, the pontifical mass RC
and ceremony was renewed in 1945.A.S .
L1t'l''iI'- \ the stars on the hillside and the
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'ale moon wrapped the town of
Bethlehem in an aura of holiness,
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the voices of the humble echoed in
prayer from the little Church of St.
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Catherine built on the hallowed
rock of J t -
Christian world. .
The mass was celebrated .at 10 2::
p.m., the voices of the choirboys q.....
ringing out over the surroundinghills. A. ii'
At the stroke of 12 the great
t : bells of the tower of the nativity :
Milt1T rang out loud and clear.
( f The vicar, holding an image of i / ALl
the Christ Child joined a procession t I e
of priests, acolytes and choir- I IAnd II
I boys. By flickering candlelight the
procession filed over the stone steps
l1ii5'tit'jst leading to the grotto of the nativity.The .
vicar placed the tiny representation -- I
1 1t of Christ on the sacred
spot where, many years before the
Redeemer came.Christmas .
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A Kind, Forgiving Time'

Charles Dlckeas once referred to I
Christmas as "a good time; a kind
forgiving, charitable pleasant # none
e send our time." This is an adequate description nag
of the Christmas'spirit. Why
not make this an old fashioned .
simple butenduring Christmas? l u.ff.ti.e: frierids
Elaborately planned parties those
great time-takers should! not be a "
respects part of the Christmas scene.* A '
homey hospitable get-together will '. $ &ficross your pal!. I Ii

this season. everyone create an can atmosphere relax. in which .

Since Christmas is really "the
children's hour", why not give thema r
greater part in preparing for the
""" day? Children will get more delight
from helping prepare and decoratethe
tree than in' seeing oo.l7h..

GLADES finished project.JSaljam -. - HUGH_ H, BRANCHINC.


CHEMICAL Recommended .

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; Florida Vegetables
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many look for trees that will not
Bill Plumer Pahokee shed needles quickly indoors. High Phone 4-5656 Pahokee, FIa:
ly recommended- balsam and
Douglas firs, which usually) wiD
hold their needles as long as two
a three weeks 1D,a warm house. .
Balsam Is fragrant beyond. ally{;
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Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettwere I r :Mr. and Mrs. William Plumer Christian Science
the overnight of their Jr., of Durham N. C., are spendIng -
FLORIDA guests Canal
facts- son-in-law J the Christmas holidays with hU Group Of Point
and daughter, Mr. and
: i parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. Albert and fam- Christian healing will be the
Garcia Jr., Plumer, Sr. Miss Jann Plumer of
ily Friday night in Tampa.Mr. I Stetson University is also the guest theme of a Bible Lesson to be pre
sented in all Christian Science
of her parents during the holidays.I
and Mrs. John Hair of Dalton -. churches this Sunday. The subject
L. tl Ga., are the'guests of Mr. and I Mrs. Bill Rogers of Ft. Myerswas is "Christian Science."
Mrs. J. Williams following the the overnight guest of her i Included in..the Scriptural read-
Ip wedding of their son Ron Hair I flags are the words of Jesus: "But
I mother. Mrs. Maxine Joyce Monday -
/ 1 and Miss Velma Williams. f th' Comforter. which is the Holy
Mrs. Joyce accompan- I
night.
iV.i.1 Ghost whom the Father will sendin
Miss Linda Wilson of Andrew| her daughter home and will
lied my name he shall teach you all
college Cuthbert, Ga., is spendingthe t J the Christmas holidays as
and all to
things bring things your
Christmas Holidays with her their guest.J. .
i f) rcmemberance, whatsoever I have
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson.
G. Ford returned to his home said unto you" (John 14:26)).
I Mrs. Paul Tillery spent Friday= in Canal Point on Saturday after Related readings from "Scienceand
\\ :' night as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.I being in the Everglades Memorial Health with Key to the Scrip-
Bill Rogers in Ft. Myers. She was. Hospital for "a routine treatment.Mrs. tures" by Mary\ Baker Eddy will
accompanied home by her daughter. include these lines (p. 271)):
.' Sissy who is in school there. J. T. Platt spent this past "Christ's Christianity is the chain
I weekend as the guest of her daughter of scientific being reappearing In
/ i Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Britton and family Mr. and :Mrs. R. B. I :ill ages, maintaining its obvious
/ 14 have as their guests their daughters -I Chastain, in South Miami. correspondence with the Scripturesand
Misses Lynn and Bobbie Jo I all periods In the design
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MOST PALM FRONDS. . V Britton of the University of Ken-:I Mrs. Grady Boynton I is spending of God."
USED IN THE NATION'S TRADITIONAL PALM SUN. tucky. the Christmas holidays as the . .
, DAY RELIGIOUS SERVICES ARE CUT BY SEMINOLE guest of her daughter and son-in-
INDIAN WOMEN FROM CABBAGE (SABAL) P.ALMSJ Miss Judy Platt attended a holiday law, :Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly in
party at the home of Larry Ochlochnee, Ga.CLASSIFIED.
GROWING WEST OF LAKE OKEECHOBEE.
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Christmas with her mother "Mrs. i Mrs. Wilma Alley and his sister 1 '-.1\. . 1; .}: .
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L*. .1, Fraser.
Mary Ann Ford arrived Friday. .
111'and Mrs. G. J. Fisher of December 18, to spend the holidayswith : .
Belmont, N. C.. arrived Dec. 24 to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. )
spend the Christmas holidays with G. Ford. Mary Ann is a senior at Listen to the timeless"
their daughter and family,,Mr. and Atlantic Union College in South r I
Mrs. Howard Holman. Lancaster Massachusetts.CHRISTMAS carols of Christmas .,

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The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33434 Page Five.
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and Mrs. Prentice Turbevllte and
and sons Larry Jay Timmy
Purchase Of Cars and son Terry, left Thursday
with
David are spending a week
morning for Dublin Ga., to spend
Rev. and Mrs. John
Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel Christmas with relatives. They operate his parents.
;; I a long time advocate for the purchase -,|I the Coffee Shop in Canal Stewart In Enterprise. Ala.
of compact cars, succeeded Point which was closed Wednesday -
: Basil Todd is a patient at St.
this week In dalylng purchase of 'I night and will re-open on
I Marys Hospital, West Palm Beach.
rij -dJ several large size passenger ve- Monday morning.
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had an opportunity to study results.
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of a state survey on use of com- &yS&33&BS -tC -te:
pacts. r ,

One of Van Kessel's first moves
when he Joined the commission
was to team, up with CommissionerEd ,. :", .

n emphasized pacts Bandlow when the ever on purchase an possible.action of which com- Iw : :. :;;' i<.:;> -::-. )IEt'i'.r..cnsTNrAg

This week requests were made i .
for several large size autos but the : /. : "'B
s board delayed giving authority to . tJA.

f? make the purchases be until studied.such timeas 1. ..,..'......'........................... ...... ... . '..... .. .. pll..,;;;
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II suggested this week that county :I'i..J'' ; :i:.:._;,.....- ..' ; .t.,:
authorities investigate the possibility i ,, .
May the peace of I of renting passenger cars.
A move to Investigate all appli- I
the season be In Jlsi si siJlV cants for gun carrying permits was
In the making this week. '
all your hearts The county commission Monday: s
Instructed Attorney Harry Johnston t
to confer with the Sheriff's and
County Solicitor's office to determine
If Investigative procedurescould I
t be established.The .
board learned that a recent t Iq
I action had authorized a permit fora t
man previously convicted of a y L y' SANTA'S
felony.
.
The commission said It believed 'i4' OLLY SPIRIT
of all
investigation applicant i
BE OUR
would eliminate the possibility of e

undersirables carry fire arms.obtaining permits to q ir y GtuIDE THIS I

HOLIDAY ,
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STUART'SFARM I. S. Guthrie Has SEASON II

SERVICEPhone 80th BirthdayI. t t i

S. Guthrie celebrated his 80th
birthday with a family dinner at
4-5577 Canal Point BOE'SPhone
his home Sunday Dec. 20. Those
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Nor- t
wood Guthrie and children of MI- 45511Pahokee
I ami, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie
and daughter of Ft. Myers, Mr. and
1J.V/J lV8/yiAS/ >tJlV8 I >yivWtASXXS I : I'jJ.II'Y"'I V IJ 'I' !W I"\J.II 'I"\.l.II""WI 'I I': Mrs. Leon Guthrie of Tampa. Mr.
and Chancelor of Pa- MATHIS-BOE
Mrs. Grady
-tg-tC hokee, Mr.-and Mrs. Carl Williamsof ..
Tampa?'Mrs.Gary'' Sammons of Belle Glade
6-2550
: Guthrie la.I la.
Tallahassee Mrs: 'Mickey
i and son and Mrs Ray Sachs and
daughter of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mrs. Gordon Guthrie of West Palm i
Beach, Mrs. Brock of Boynton
ii
Beach and Mrs. W. A. Humphrey
a Sr., of'Pahokee. & >s : s / 2I / s

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i The same mistletoe which 1 1

makes boys bold and girls blushat
iI Christmastide had other mean-
ings in other times. I
I Mistletoe, as one story goes, I
once was a full grown tree. ThenI
its timber was cut for the cross a
on which Christ was crucified.
Since then, it has retrogressedto
its present state as a parasite,
a plant which grows on other
tttN' trees.
Ancient Druids worshipped mis
tletoe because it grew on their
sacred oak. At the end of every,
: year a Druid priest would cut
May, your down the mistletoe with a golden
& sickle, and not one twig was al 4d \he. h alhess s
.
lowed t6 touch
the earth. Later
4 : happinessnatch sprigs of mistletoe were often dullprocLuetton
shop is itv
!! u fastened over doorways to ward I
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the off evil spirits.
In Colonial days mistletoe was \>
Qbrightnessof high and the lad who stole a kiss .
48 had to reach up and pull off one "

4 Yuletide. e& berry stopped for when every the kis&berries His kisses were I 1 bu ldingYule : deche1e4" .. .

ft: l gone. . :

/1. .d Exercise Care in

r 1 Outdoor DecorationsIf ;

you light an outdoor tree, do it
with care and caution.
j Spruce, firs and pines, when not
i too large, are ideal for outdoor
i I k Yuletide display, but hemlock, EVERGLADESGROWERS
t yew, boxwood and aborvitae are a
DONALD B. KEPP little more sensitive to the heat of .
5 Christmas lights and their needles
I may be scorched if caution is not

+ Broker t used.Outdoor lights" should always be COOPERATIVEPahokee

placed so they do not touch nee-
dles. Bulbs of 15 wattage are suf
Florida Vegetables Canal Point ficient.Use only weatherproof elec- Florida
trical fixtures designed for outdooruse.
Check the position of the
lights each day and turn them on
I only at eventide. Be sure to turn
them out before retiring.
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for 1956 are realistic as shownin
this electric sports car and
hobby-horse bike. Manufacturers -
4ilfjve this year are concentratingon
I toys that will appeal to the
I II whole family.Simple .

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ChristmasBest


for ChildrenCrowds
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of faces glowing with the
Christmas spirit Santa with his
ndJ laughing eyes and hearty chuckle, If lay else year to
gifts you can use and some you
! ) .\ ... can't-that's up's-eye-view
: a grov
4!h'L'!\: '' .. i of the holidays.A .
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; n euitde'.. heap forest of things of legs to ,touch a frustrating and see come you

and an endless journey of being'
pushed and pulled through a hot, '
trite reverent noisy place-that's a child- h4&cI4ancI
I you view of the holidays. .
I If you give children a happier
)
\ view of the holidays they'll give
: a/e4.
1 c. 6ea you a happier one too. carry you
First of all, avoid crowds with
) your children. If they shop with
you, it's best to take them imme-
diately after a rest and not stay
too long.
Preschool children often don't AGRICULTURALINSECTICIDE
understand Santa Claus. Take
them to see him If they want to go.
MR. AND MRS.. Forcing them to sit on his lap
often makes them cry and leaves

i M. I. KEEN were unpleasant frightened.memories because they I COMPANY, INC.

. Children often receive so many
gifts that confused and
. Standard Oil Canal Point can't decide they're which one to play Pahokee- Belle GladeI
with first. After they open the
gifts, put some away for a rainy
day. See which they'd like to save
for later. -
The holiday season will be a
pleasant time for your children II
you keep it simple.
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The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida S3458 pare OIeft"
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i! Brevard Engineering:

i College Gets Okeh

MELBOURNE-- The Southern

II IIis. Association of Colleges and
Schools meeting:in Louisville, Ken-
tucky recently granted full accre-
:, ditation to Brevard Engineering
/ Colleges as a specialized Institu-

g t!:4,11tMatiV( llilh! ;qJ '(:::9 ,,;::* dtmh tion.Dr.. Jerome P. Keuper, founderand
president of the college, said,
"Erevard County can be proud of
having created, in only six years,
a fully accredited resident senior
/lM i college of engineering and sci
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ence. 4
--rfi iij;:;,:: Dr. Keuper went on to say the!
accreditation could not have been
possible without the continued
I support of the Air Force, NASA
and the aerospace contractors who
have closely cooperated with the
I I Melbourne engineering school. I -FROM-
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4 Let us enjoy together the Ringling Museum 1 5

blessed cheer and good ); Names Director- 1 1 BANK''

SARASOTA Curtis G. Coley
will of Christmas 4 v, was named director of thE!' state1 1

",",. .... I owned Ringling Museums in Sarasota ,
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A. '..4. :""....., ::1:}", at a meeting of the Museum
.
,, .. >;>"t., '"" Board of Trustees. He succeeds !
: ;"-,,!., ) ":: ".:>:;"':,... ':, Kenneth Donahue who recently resigned OF
::
}""-' "U.-;;" to accept another position. ,
_. ;..,-::::,::-A* Coley, a native of Little Rock .i '
Arkansas, has been curator of
paintings and prints at the John !
Herron Museum in Indianapolis ,
since 1960. BELLE I
One of Coley's first announce- i ;
ments was that he had received a
request from Alfredo Antonini, !
flDAN conductor of the CBS Symphonyand I
CARPENTER Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra :
to tape a concert In the Asolo i GLADEMember
AGENCYPhone Theatre which would be broadcastover
CBS on a national television ,
network. The show will be taped ,
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Feb. 10 before a live audience in I

4-7153 Pahokee the 18th century. .Italian- theatre. ; Federal Deposit Insurance

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, December 25, 1964
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Goodwill Offers Local Men Named 'k Warren ScheduledBe Shower In HonorOf

Vegetable BoardJohn Patsy KeeneThe

Handicapped Aid New'Chairman
W. Evans, Oviedo, President home of Mrs. A. H. Harrington -
of the Florida Fruit &: Veg- BIRTHS was the scene ,of a '"Ling
Goodwill '''Industry, a non-profit etable Association has announced County Commissioners will meet erie" shower :Monday night, honor-
corporation, needs your help to the appointment of local men to I I I for their final meeting of the year I Ing Miss Patsy Keene bride elect
help ,the handicapped help them- serve on committees of the Association -I I Ion December 28 and will then Mr. and Mrs. Foy Sims of Paho- of John L. Hundley. Greeting
selves. Double-talk? No-a part of during the 1964-65 season. adjourn sine die until 1065. kee announce the birth of a son, 'guests with Mrs. Harrington and
the basic philosophy of Goodwill Appointed from this area were: Next Monday's meeting will be weighing 6 lbs., 8% ounces, De- the honoree were her mother, :Mrs.
Industry is to provide chance opportunities Lewis Friend Pahokee; Roy the last session for Commissioner cember 21. Paternal grandparentsare Leland Keene and Mrs. Lloyd
for the handicapped. Vandegrift, Jr., Canal Point; Paul Rardin who is being succeeded Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sims of Hundley, mother of the groom-
Therefore, when you give clothing Thomas R. Gartland Port Mayaca; on the board as the Glades Com* Canal Point. elect, all wore orchid corsages.
shoes, small electrical appliances Robert D. Apelgren, Pahokee; Roy misioner by "Bud" Weaver. . The refreshment table was laid
toys and other household Vandegrift, Sr., Pahokee, and L. J. The commission will hold its an with a white embroidered cutwork
articles, which you no longer needor Fraser, Pahokee. nual reorganization meeting 01: cloth and featured a crystal epergne -
.
.
want, Goodwill Industry will January 7th and has scheduled its of white tapers and red poin-
take these materials and provide FAMILY GATHERING first regular meeting in 196 for LOCALS x settias and a miniature bride and

Jobs. for handicapped people. The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. January 11. I groom. Christmas colors of red and
The collection box has been Located Echols will be the scene of a family The board has cancelled tho white were carried out in the cake
in Canal Point on the lot just Those. meeting originally scheduled for I squares which were decorated with
gathering Christmas day.
north of Sears Texaco Station. January 4th. miniature red poinsettia.Miss .
The citizens of Canal Point and attending will be, Renza Echols of I If present plans work out Com. Keene was presented witha
surrounding areas are invited to Ft. Stewart, Ga., Miss Betty I George Warren of Delray Beach Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis negligee ensemble from the host-
visit the Goodwill store located at Echols of West Palm Beach, Mr. will become the new chairman and the Christmas guest of her esses who were, Mrs. W. E. John-
279 South Lake Avenue in Paho- and Mrs. J. T. Echols and Mr. and E. F. Van Kessel of Juno will be daughter and sonInlawr.. and son, Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Mrs. Joe
kee. Store sales mean wages paid Mrs. C. Wilburn Echols of Belle the vice chairman. Mrs. J. M. Elliott. Thompson, Mrs. James Batchelor,
to handicapped workers who processed Glade, :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Echolsof . Mrs. Elmer Jones and Mrs. Har-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves lefr
and reconditioned the ma- Naples and Mr. and Mrs. G. '1'. rington.
Dec. 22, to spend Christmas with . .
I terials.:: Echols and daughter Teryl of Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and
Mr. Spurgeon N. Hinds, Territorial nal Point. her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and ,Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., of
children of Waldo will be the
Albert Graves in Jacksonville.
Representative, for Goodwill - Tallahassee arrived Sunday to
Industry Suncoast, Inc., states thatin Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Christmas ,guests of her parents, l Mrs. Marvin Cowart has returned spend the Christmas holidays with
the near future he is looking for- Orlando arrived Sunday to attend Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. They to her home from Pittsburgh, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon
'ward to opening a Goodwill storeIn the wedding of his sister Miss will also visit with his parents, Penn., where she was called by the Wilson and his sister and family
Beach.Belle Glade and West Palm Velma Williams to Ron Hair. :Mayor and Mn.. Duncan Padgett. I illness of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten.

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Luncheon Honors ';

Williams BridesmaidsMrs. 1

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Paul Rardin and Mrs. R. T.

Smith entertained with a Bridesmaids I
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Luncheon at the home of I
\
Mrs. Rardin Monday, December 20, 1
in honor of Miss Velma Williams 1C .' '\'"'\ "
bride elect of Ron Hair.; The table " t.
was laid with a white cutwork r rr .
cloth and featured a three tiered ,. ,':, -: /.L ..,..'/......:,,'.,... ;
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candelabra entwined with babys 1 .
breath, lilies of the valley and fern ;
which was designed and made by Ifftb..
Mrs.Mattie Rardin's Bain. house guest, Miss i /I' 0 \ 0 tJt0 .' I

Miss Williams was presented j
silver salt and pepper shakers in 1
the form of lovebirds by the host- r '4 1"t
esses. R jbs..+,. e t OU

Guests were the honoree's brides- .1
maids. Miss Patricia Hair of Dal- .
ton, Ga.,, sister of the,groom-elect; J .
,! Miss Alice .
Hurt, Miss Sharon Watson -

l and Miss Charlene Codding of ,.-, :'. ;.' ., :
Mt. Dora; Miss Williams mother, 3 J ,:
Mrs. J. E. Williams her sister-in-
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law, Mrs. John Williams of Orlando ,. ,\ :" '.
; :Mrs. John Hair, mother-of the "< 'j.

groom-elect; Mrs. W. S. Cross' A f ; \, I .J' tl We would share (
Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and 'Miss:: "' 1"
Mattie Bain.
1'r

Mr. and Mrs.- -Russell- Sims and : \ I :" the blessings of ',

children and Mr. and Mrs. James!
... Sims and family of West Palm
'
Beach plan to spend Christmas
the with
day with their parents Mr. and season ?
Mrs. B. C. Sims.Classified. \ : '

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( POSITIVELY all want ads ot \:

classifieds, as you wish to call
them are payable in advance from
.:.. '; L lt. his day forward. Don't phone 'em. : !
:Q.; Write, it, and drop a:dollar bill in ,: your homes be ':'!:iP.JI. \
the 'envelope' if want It run '! .ry. 1
you
1\ once. '$2 ifVou want it run twice -'-)"'"!- k.' .......
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t t1:' FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn ""- and
Belle Glade Phone 63058. P ease.
Oct. 17- 4-ch
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VHATS IN THE ATTIC that you :, ...- '
don't need? A $1.00 classified adn :,'"; ,
this column will probably find r,
you a sale. Just write your ad, en- 111
lose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
The Everglades News, Canal Point
Fla.

.. .t.i. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND

e. REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
{ J ".7.: South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee

.. 'Glades for 20 years. Phone 924-
,, 0626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
.
road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf

-,' I ROOM AND BOARD Family
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f Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
r Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
Station Canal Point or Call 924-
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7238 or 9249403. N20tfo

AIR, COMPRESSOR FOR SAJUC.
: ; Up to 300 pound capacity. $t .In
t .; an AU tate product and Im priced .
v-. {' tir ; ." at* bargain. Call L. D. Duke
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J Goodwill OffersHandicapped Local Men Named Warren ScheduledBe Shower In HonorOf

Vegetable BoardJohn Patsy KeeneThe
I
: Aid New ChairmanCounty
W. Evans, Oviedo, President home of Mrs. A. II. Har-
of the Florida Fruit & Veg- BIRTHSMr. rington was the scene of a -"Ling
Goodwill Industry, a non-profit etable Association has announcedthe Commissioners will meet erie" shower Monday. night, honor-
corporation, needs your help to appointment of local men to] for their final meeting of the yearon I ing Miss\ Patsy Keene bride electof
help the handicapped help them- serve on committees of the Asso-I December 28 and will then and Mrs. Foy Sims of Paho- John L. Hundley. Greeting
selves. Double-talk? No-a part of ciation during the 1964-65 season. adjourn sine die until 1065. kee announce the birth of a son, guests with Mrs. Harrington and
the basic philosophy of Goodwill Appointed from this area were: Next Monday's meeting will be weighing 6 Ibs., 8% ounces, December the honoree were her mother, Mrs.
Industry is to provide chance op- Lewis Friend, Pahokee; Roy the last session for Commissioner 21. Paternal grandparentsare Leland Keene and Mrs. Lloyd
portunities for the Vandegrift, Jr., Canal Point Hundley, mother of the
handicapped. ; Paul Rardin who is being succeeded Mr and Mrs.. A. M. Sims of groom-
Therefore, when you give cloth- Thomas R. Gartland, Port Mayaca; on the board as the Glades Com Canal Point. elect, all wore orchid corsages.
ing; shoes, small electrical appli- Robert D. Apelgren, Pahokee; Roy misloner by "Bud" Weaver. ... . The refreshment table was laid
ances, toys and other household Vandegrift, Sr., Pahokee, and L. J. The commission will hold its an. with a white embroidered cutwork
articles, which you no longer needor Fraser, Pahokee. nual re-organization meeting 01 cloth and featured a crystal epergne -
. .
want, Goodwill Industry will January 7th and has scheduled its of white tapers and red poinsettias -
take these materials and provide FAMILY GATHERING first regular meeting in 1965 for LOCALS ?? and a miniature bride and

jobs. for handicapped people. The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. January 11. groom. Christmas colors of red and
The collection box has been located Echols will be the scene of a family The board has cancelled the white were carried out in the cake
in Canal Point on the lot Just meeting originally scheduled for s Y squares which were decorated with
Christmas Those
north of Sears Texaco Station. gathering day. January 4th. miniature red poinsettia.
The citizens of Canal Point and attending will be, Renza Echols of If present plans work out Com. I :Miss Keene was presented witha

surrounding areas are invited to Ft. Stewart, Ga.., Miss Betty George Warren of Delray Beach Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis negligee ensemble from the host-
visit the Goodwill store located at Echols of West Palm Beach, Mr. will become the new chairman and the Christmas guest of her esses who were, Mrs. W. E. John-
279 South Lake Avenue in Paho- and Mrs. J. T. Echols and Mr. and E. F. Van Kessel of Juno will be daughter and son-in-law, :Mr. and son, Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Mrs. Joe
kee. Store sales mean wages paid Mrs. C. Wilburn Echols of Belle the vice chairman.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Elliott. Thompson, Mrs. James Batchelor,
to handicapped workers who processed Glade, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Echolsof Mrs. Elmer Jones and Mrs. Har- I
e. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves left
and reconditioned the ma- Naples and Mr. and Mrs. G. T. rington. j
terials. Dec. 22, to spend Christmas with . .
Echols and daughter Teryl] of Ca- and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and
Mr. Spurgeon N. Hinds, Territorial nal Point. her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., of
.'. children of Waldo will be the Albert Graves in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Representative, for Goodwill Tallahassee arrived Sunday to \
Industry Suncoast, Inc., states that Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Christmas guests of her parents,I Marvin Cowart has returned spend the Christmas holidays with
in the near future he is looking for- Orlando arrived Sunday to attend Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. They to her home from Pittsburgh, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon 1
ward to opening a Goodwill storeIn the wedding of his sister, Miss will also visit with his Penn., where she was called by the Wilson and his sister and family, 1
Beach.Belle Glad and West Palm Velma Williams to Ron Hair. Mayor and Mr,". Duncan parents'l I illness of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten. ,

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Paul Rardin and Mrs. R. T. 1'1

Smith entertained with a Bridesmaids -

Luncheon at the home of I w .
f' .fJ
Mrs. Rardin Monday, December 20,
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in honor of, Miss Velma Williams, 1 ,
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bride elect of Ron Hair. The table ".'
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was laid with a white cutwork .
cloth and featured a three tiered t, *' : :" ...-.....,,' I If.
/ / -fe-fe2
candelabra entwined with babys ... Jh
breath, lilies of the valley and fern
which was designed and made by

Mrs. Rardin's house guest, Miss .
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Mattie Bain.
Miss Williams was presented
silver salt and pepper shakers In /' *" 1 4
the form of lovebirds by the host-

esses. 'VIYleS
Guests were the honoree's bridesmaids 0
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Miss Patricia Hair of Dal-
ton, Ga.,. sister of the groom-elect; .
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Miss Alice Hurt, Miss Sharon Watson $' ; :
and Miss Charlene Codding of S ."
'.r Mt. Dora; Miss Williams mother,
Mrs. J. E. Williams; her sister-in- I '
,
law, Mrs. John Williams of Orlando ,
; Mrs. John Hair, mother-of the >
groom-elect; Mrs. W. S. Cross, '
We would share
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Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and ''Miss .. i :
Mattie Bain.
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Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sims and the blessings of
children and Mr. and Mrs. Jame* I'
Sims and family of West Palm ,
Beach plan to spend Christmas y '
the with
day with their parents, Mr. and season
Mrs. B. C. Sims.Classified. \ -

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them are payable in advance from

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.S FOR SALE: New and Used Willys

tot, t Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage and g
in Belle Glade, Phone 63058. peace.
'/ Oct. 17-54-ch

VHATS IN THE ATTIC that you '
don't need? A $1.00 classified adn :. ..=t-::
this column will probably find I.
you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose 111I
a dollar and we'll do the rest.
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SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
South Bay Belle Glade, Pahokee I
and Canal Point. Serving the Bank PahokeeMember
Glades for 20 years. Phone 924- of
C626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf

BOOM AND BOARD, Family
is Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Station, Canal Point or Call 924-
7238 or 9249403. N20tfo

AIR COMPRESSOR FOR SALE. ,
Up to 200 pound capacity. It Lan
Allatate product and ia priced

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. Make Special GiftsThe
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Christmas season is tradi-
tionally marked by tasty things to 1 u r
.J I eat. And good foods made in your
,. ; -.. ,/. kitchen add a traditional note to HAPPY
I .. ::-., ""-.)).,..,""'..,--- ) rI -. the celebration. Such gifts say
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'"=" ,, "Merry with an espe- 801.1DA.YI
cially warm and personal touch.
!f \ 'I From a practical standpoint
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I ::. they're easy on pocketbook.
/, ', .' too.Many
homemakers with a Ger-
man heritage have treasured family
I t t recipes for beautiful marzipan
candy of lebkuchen pfefTernusse,
t 11' and springerle cookies for instance -
ii'10 -- that ore perfect for shar
'I'.b 5 5a 5ririi .
-. ing with friends at holiday time.
Or perhaps your family has its
own special recipe for famous
I English plum pudding. Spiced gingerbread -
I is undoubtedly a family
I I favorite if you're of French de
I scent.
And hope this iir. I But whether it's cookies candies -
puddings fruit cakes, or jellies I
homemade food gifts are easy 1I / *
Christmas is one to make and delightful to receive. I ,i

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you can cherish Campbell! Named -- .
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JACKSONVILLE Key man in,
i :; il the tourist and industrial develop / Merry c.

ment of Florida in the next admin- Christmas!
istration will be Charles W. Campbell
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Campbell who is head of the
south-central home office of Pru- I
dential Insurance Co., has been selected -
'toy Gov. Elect Haydon Burns
KIRCHMANCOMPANY as chairman of the Florida Devel-

. INC. Wendell opment Jarrard.Commission to succeed I J. G. WEEKS & SON

This the first
was major appoint- I
ment by Burns who will succeed
Your Sinclair DistributorBelle Gov. Farris Bryant on Jan. 5. i HAULING CONTRACTORCanal
f Campbell will serve with no com-
pensation in this important post Point Florida
Glade Fla. ,
and will continue as executive of
the Jacksonville Prudential homo
office until his retirement early
r next year. He was president of the
Jacksonville Area Chamber of
Commerce in 1961 and Is a memberof
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.. .. to 'fill the stockings belonging to
,...to' "I't /J
i ." o. .i younger children and relatives,
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/' : books. Good books are a good buy
t ,,' I I because they can be educational
and appealing to children, and at
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the same time inexpensive to you. C
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iJI In selecting children's books, be
I sure the subject matter is both
1; accurate and interesting to the
r I;; child and ,his particular age.
Story books for preschool chil
I'm 1dren should be realistic, with
colorful pictures and a simple nar-
iI
rative. Avoid fantastic stories and A heartfelt
We want to say, with ,
I abstract pictures because preschoolers -

: deepest sincerity, real from haven't the unreal.yet separatedthe "MerryChristn

I Color books are better for older '
.Lholiday
a very jj children than for preschool young-

"" ti sters. Preschoolers cannot keep in to all of you,
ffi G' side the lines and may become
discouraged. The lines hamper
their creativity. Give them instead friends
good
to you. blank .pieces of paper to color. L;

i Information books having large I
pictures, with details about each
picture, are good for preschoolers
often giving them ideas for play.
; Books are appropriate Christ-
i; mas gifts, are helpful to children
and are easy on the pocketbook.

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I Holiday Candles Will FURNITURE

And May The Good Year of 1965 i II Brighten Household

J..Bring You Health & Happiness r i The cheerful glow from a candle STORE -
i makes any Christmas occasion
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brighter and candles are inexpen- _
sive and fun to make. ASSOCIATE DEALER _
PALM .SERVICE r
I Just heat the edges of four cakes W.' S. Badcock Furniture
i of commercial paraffin with a I
STATIONLeo warm iron and form a block. Put Pahokee Fla.

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a strong wick between the middle
cakes: before sticking them to- .. 5;
Pahokee Ikey t gether. 5
r I For o frothy finish, melt paraffin
with a colored wax crayon and j jaS
whip it with an egg beater. Spread
\ the foamy, colored paraffin'' the .dL -JI W : JI I WI V I. V i 4iW'i V I V'iM.liW j V I liiaMliiaaiti I I I lMaitl I..0tC :I t
square candle and then stick sequins
and other bright ornamentson a
.), it. .?, i aq i
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To make round candles, fill small
!! cans with melted paraffin. Drop in
a weighted string wick when the 9
paraffin 1- hard enough to hold it
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after it has served its purposein
the home.
You can cut off the longer e sm!! R a

branches and "plant" them as ei ::.:,;::.:::.f,::: "I Iq..'
+ ''windbreaks to protect outdoor
r : r r+ ''plantings such as low-growing box- {:
1 wood, azalea, yew, rhododendronand r
f juniper. Little teepees can be '\
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built around exposed shrubs and
tender plants. This will protect
:t them from biting drying winds
4 arid prevent snow and ice from
accumulating and bending the .. a
plants out of shape. .r

Thank you for your Other branches curved end up ,..
.,I over flower beds when the groundis
,! constant gifts '
I exposed will prevent heaving of May you have
., of friendship soils during alternate freezing and '
and good will. thawing. Heaving may force bulbs a lifetime of a
and roots of perennials from the
I the
ground. kindofhappiness
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The entire tree may be used as
1 a bird feeder in the back yard. It
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fastened to a fence Pieces of
r r. ChristmasmOlDing
suet tied to its branches and a container
E '' of water nearby will providea

t Er r: : constant supply of food for your
; feathered friends.

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Tradition. has it that Christmas
trees were first used in Germany McCURDYMITCHELL .
when Christian missionaries,chopped *
:PADGETTELECTRIC down trees worshiped by the SUPPLYCOMPANY
; pagans and made a decorated tree
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{ part of the Christian celebration.
I earliest records of the use of
Christmas trees in the United
J States indicate that German Immigrants -

.' Phone 924-7233 Pahokee Fla. who wanted to preservethe Phone 924-7107
type of Christmas they had in Pahokee, Fla.
". 1 1I Germany, were 'responsible for: .
," .1s. popularizing the use of trees in
this country., _
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Friday December 25, 1964 The Everglades News, Carnal Point, Florida 33438 Page Eleven
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i Personal Shower I ;"c\.1 ic\wf c ub7\\1I'l\"f1 i"1"irrn'i"\YI! I7YtJTIllf! Il1'L 1i{>>'I17 tIITI'rTI'1 tl'i1 f 'lrTI'ID

For Velma Williams (
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The home of Mrs. J. T. Platt WAS
the scene of a personal shower
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honoring Mss! Velma William.
.,' I Friday night, December 18. The
refreshment table was laid with a
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"" ::v --:::.- -- ,--. .."". .P" -, green cloth and centered with It n

:". ")) white floral arrangement. Assorted ,
holiday cookies and Christmas!!
cak were served with the punch. i
Miss! Dorothy Batchelor served at
the guest book while :Miss Judy. ; -
: b9t's Platt greeted guests with the honoree t
and her mother Mrs. J. E.
Williams.' A gift of personal lingerie
I was presented to :Miss Will- i:
lams by Mrs. Platt and Miss Judy 1

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p-o er YNa 'N In _
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the past and
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HOLIDAY IDEA . British
Actress Jean Simmons herself .
i ineligible to buy U. S. Savings GLADES
Bonds still thinks they make
wonderful presents Is shown MERCANTILE
here decorating: her tree with

I: CITY OF PAHOKEEPahokee i her several American bonds she friends.purchased- for COMPANYPhone


FloridaL 1 924-5597 Pahokee Fla.
Our Christmas Replaced ,

Early Pagan FestivalsLong

before the birth of Christ "
the Greeks Romans Saxons and
Scandinavians were taking part in
>>a- >>f"" December.festivals.
From the Saxons came the cere- .
'W&JfoFtfbftittf If" ", If" ,I"'tt7li"'IYIl" I I<< lfL I<< Iih.Y1i'ft' Ir ., mony of burning the Yule log. The
Saxons burned great bonfires in
honor of their god Thor. From the
Romans came the giving of presents
for this custom has been
traced to the'Roman Saturnalia.It .

may seem strange to say that
pagan riotousness might be the
forebear of the Christian holidayof
goodness and love but inter-
mingled with that which war ob-
jectionable were things that have
gone,straight the hearts of pea
.. ple throughout the Christian world.
And although few people knowit.
it ,was for the purpose of substi- .
tuting a Christian festival for pa-
gan ones of Romans and 'Druids I o
that celebrations of Christmas in
December were first encouraged
antf popularized.c4ncient .

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JBtlievcdMeld t

:C".iJtin !jreenety

Certain 'P w".f

The holly and mistletoe used today
for Christmas, decorations:
Let a holiday spirit prevail, and found their way into early festivi- nifly fill THE
ties because of certain virtues at-

.giver. and receiver alike cherish tributed to them by the ancients.
The Druids were the first to use .: '
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mistletoe, which they called "Heal- JUSSID6SOF
the happiest Christmas'ever. all." They believed the plant to \ "
have great curative powers and
May the faith of the gradually magic powers.assigned to it all mannerof THE SEflSOl)

Each year about the same time
children be strong in that we now celebrate Christmas, 44c
their priests would have high plat BE yOURS.
} your hearts. forms built around the sacred oak
trees which in a manner of speaking -
were "hosts" to the mistletoe.
Robed in ceremonial vestments
the priests ascended these platforms ,
and with golden sickles,
cut away the mistletoe.The .
JOHN Saxons also prized it and it
E. WILSON
was they who gave to it the name f JACK SPENCER'SMrARKET
of mistletoe.
&SONPure Eventually the plant became to
be known as a symbol of peace. .
Opposing warriors who met near
It would call a truce<<: and it was
Oil Distributor customary to'bang it over entrance Pahokee, Florida1JIUI.
I doors so that those who entered
would''be assured,of friendship.
Today in, both ,England am
America, holly and mistletoe ar
associated 'with',CKHstxnas as invariably \
oj as are the.plum puddin
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Mr. and Mrs. James Deal and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten planto daughters Lisa and Nancy of
J have as their Christmas dinner Statesboro, Ga., are' the guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
guests, her mother and grandmother
I Sims. Also visiting the Sims family -
-I Mrs. Velva Baxter of I
I Is her sister and brother-in-law
Naples and Mrs. J. B. Elliott of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Menendez of

C/'I1errY. S=waF Ft. Lauderdale and her brothers J i,V Jacksonville. . .
.. and their families Mr. and Mrs. B.
Elliott, Jr., and daughters of Tal- 1 Mrs. M. C. Carter will be the
4-. C''J ;rt If you know what qualities to lahassee and Lt. and Mrs. Ronald'I,;guest of her nephew and family in
.!; look for when you select your Elliott and sons of Orlando. I Riviera Beach Christmas day.
Christmas turkey, you'll be able to
r: dM make a wiser choice. . _._ -
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The market class of turkeys is -- --= .
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.,_.... ,: O determined by ages, sex, and ten-
-\ .: 1tit derness of meat. The youngest I
,1 turkeys are fryers and roasters
.. ;t and they run from 4 to 6 poundsin .'
weight. The next class consists
.r of young hen and young tom
turkeys under eight months of age. !: :
These vary in weight from 6 to mer.lIC :lr
25 pounds. And finally there are the
i tom and hen turkeys, which in-
clude birds over eight months of
/ age varying considerable in
weight.
Lct'c all do our beet Most of the Christmas turkeys
l belong to the young hen or young To aft in our towns '
v, to have the happiest tom classification. To be of top
I quality, a bird should have a well- May you enjoy'
developed moderately broad and
&r'u-e holiday of our I long breast well fleshed throughits superbly happy
entire length, the flesh carry-
ewes ing well up to the highest part of "
i the breastbone so that the ,bone'is Christina .
.y4 r .g not prominent. Also, the legs
... should I be well covered with flesh. I
Fat covering is one of the most
important points in determining
quality from the standpoint of ex-
cellence of flavor and tenderness.The .
carcass should be well covered
with fat over the breast back hips
ATLAS and pin bones. In poultry the fat
is deposited In the skin and im-
mediately under the skin rather
AGRICULTURALCHEMICALS than dispersed throughout the lean
GLADES GAS CO.
flesh as it is in some meats.
Select a bird that is free from
INC pin feathers. Ready to cook or
Phone 996-3046
oven-ready turkeys have no pf
truding pin feathers.

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1\\INCe PIES, SO LONG APART

OF OUR CHRISTMAS'

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and Mrs. George Ramey "l-/': -
celebrated an early Christmas Sun- "" .. For our many good ,..
day night with her brother and / '1
sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. P. B. friends we wish
Williamson of Okeechobe and ,

her Mrs.nephew Kenneth and Williamson family, Mr.and and son ; :: . only that they may L

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hearts to Hiewondrous and Mrs. Brooks Henderson I !

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