The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 13, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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More I Acresiiijir( "Evercane" Sugar Refinery at Clewiston Will Be Completed Shortly Underwater; ;Show! j I

State Fire ControlMore At Weeki Wachee

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Than 483#>0 additional I Too old tor fairy tales T ? ? Then I
Florida woodland acres came un- In for
1 when
s you're a surprise you
der fire ,control this month when a visit Florida' sparkling west coast

four more counties Added Florida this yearlFlorida's! .. i
Forest Service fire control units Weekl Wachee has I
With M a Florida's 67 counties combind Lewis Carroll's famed

containing: 18,729,922: woodland classic, "Alice in Wonderland," ::1,
,acres how under countywide protection with the fable of Mermaids and'I'I'
', less than two .million forest -
come up with the most,unusual un- ,
acres now remain unprotected derwater extravaganza ever staged ,
announced .State Forester C. II.' in the watery depths of their
Coulter from Tallahassee.1 day. Underwater Grand Canyon!
The four Jiewly-protacted .counties This fascinating performance is

and their amounts of forest seen by Florida visitors who sit:
acreage are: Dade 210,976 16 feet below the surface of the
acres: Dixie 388.400 acres: La- water in a special underwater
fajrette-290,500 acres; and Okee '
theatre which keeps them dry asa
announced that The refinery is of the most Granulated will be Initially -
chobee 153,600 acres. Considerable Jt was recently sugar bone behind: 49 huge:plate glass
acreage In Dixie And Lafayette the refinery of Everglades Sugar modem design 'and is the only marketed in bulk! and 100 Ib. windows each' one 3 inches
was formerly protected by Refinery, Inc., located at Clewis1 sugar refinery in the State of bags. In the very near future 2 and thick. .

the old Dixie Fire Central Unit. ton. Florida will be completed and, Florida producing both liquid and. fl lb. consumer packages will also The visitor behold a specacl:
Some additional acreage was pick- in full production shortly, This refinery granulated sugar that would warm the ,barnacled;
be mad..avallable.The .
ed up as these two counties.gain has been under construe I I Everglades Sugar Refinery will heart of King Neptune himself as
ed countywide protection. tion for the past 18 months and I have a capacity of 100,000,000 Resident Manager of the thirty beautiful mermaids, \
Installation of fire control' has been producing liquid sugars pounds of sugar annually, all of finery is George Fawcett re-I teams of six entertain for 45 minutes '
equipment has begun in aH th'! and blends of liquid sugars since which will be produced from Flor- ate of Georgia Tech, who has without! once surfacing,for.

new counties, with funds feeing last Fan. Production of granulated ida grown raw sugars. The opera more than 15 years experience in air. However, even mermaids must, j'
provided by the Florida Board of sugar a week ago signaledthe tion will add several millions of the sugar refining Industry. The breath, so the girls,da take an
Forestry. Each county will pay end of the construction stage dollars each year to the South Assistant Manager. Calvin Walt- occasional breath: from standard,
matching funds to defray operate and final completion of the plant Florida economy.Its ers, a chemistry graduate of Emory Navy-type air hose*
ing expense at the rate of three will take place. within the ncxt.fewwietia sugars are marketed under University with 9 years of refining Sitting underwater In this unique

. cents per forested acre. The first / the trade name,"EVERCANE". service.Food theatre,:you are .suddenly con*:
are Dade, $208,33;; --------
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year ; fronted by a lpriOs.' of, tiny air '
Dixie, $125,830: Lafayette, $lll> : bubbles coming* out of the. spring'sbottom .

U.... 770; Okeechobee, $173,133The Everglades News PoisoningSummer : 7 Rising slowly to the surface -.!
second after equipment and ,
: yeas LOCALS they s{mulate millions ot
r Installations completed; requires Vacation Increase/ glittering diamonds floating in the
I ...' only about one-third of the AgainIt's water Aa the curtain rises, the

r initial budget -- lovely and,talented Mermaids ap-

Coulter also announced the appointments vacation time again at TheEverglades The increased number,of reported pear ftom behind the shimmering .J
of County Rangers for News office and we infections caused by bacteriaIn bubbles to demonstrate their skill.
the four new counties. All are In-
are off for a fishing trip and a food has focused on the controlof Then the entire fascinating
t continued on page t) Mrs Arch Blakey has returned I world of the Mermaids': watery domain
.... little well deserved rest from, our the Salmonella bacteria. And
to her home from a visit in Arapa- arduous duties of turning out a they are everywhere. People, meat unfolds before your eyes as

f: Appetite Problem hoe, Oklahoma, with her sister. newspaper every week. We'll be animals, poultry, household pets, you watch.! Alice's adventures with
,Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Story and back on the job on August 25th mice and flies carry the Infection. some of the strangest charactersever
children. Pam. David and Ronnie, and once again turn out a readable Milk, and eggs from infected found "under the world! .
t During Summer have returned from a vacation in newspaper with plenty of news in sources also ma/be carriers. Salmonella Such as the comical Mad latter-

r the mountains. .. it are found in the air, in fish, the White Rabblt-fUh. two
Mr and Mrs.. Bill Kennedy have This week you'll receive your dust and in unprotected water mlschlevlous barrel-fish, Tweedle
} As your hairstyle droops and returned home after spending the as usual but the regular supplies. Dee and Tweedle Dum, and even
t. your body seems a little lax you Danville New York. paper I Extension the Cheshire Cat-fish!
, summer in amount of news will be short be Miss Mary Todd
can always say, "It's not the temperature I Last but far from least Alice
Dr. and Mrs. R R. Long and cause we are printing the paperin Home Economist for Palm Beach
\ it's the humidity.: son Ramie, and daughter, Mrs. R. advance so that we can have the County, advises that there' are two (continued. .on. page' 4) I,
i The same Is true of your appetite. D, Welker and children Andrea aforementioned vacation. Well types of food-borne i1lntl f.. One :

.1, Summer heat and humidity sad Greg, have returned from make up for the scarcity of news results from eating' or drinking Florida P. U. C.

mealtime, : Fort Myens.Beach. this week during. the other CO food containing harmful"bacteria, Has New NameTALLAHASSEE
Mr. and Mrs.* Ron Ter.'Haarileft weeks of the and the other from food in which '
year. .
Todd Extension Home '
this week for a tliree*week""Vaca bacteria have grown and developed e--
Palm Beach County. What are .
The Florida
lion with relatives in Michigan.Mr a poison.
. .,.It some of the things you can,do to Public Utilities-Commission Is I
: and Mrs. C. E. Williams;,son HOME FROM NASSAU To cause a gastrointestinal In* now
1. perk up fading family members'appetites returned from Camp Ridgwreit, 'Pr.and Mrs.Led Hebert and son fectlon Salmonella bacteria present the Florida .Public Service .Com* x
.. ? Miss Todd suggests:. on Monday, August 16. Frankie. I John just fjrturnid:from a trip to in, food must multiply or:Inioubate mission ''as:tht. result of en act.
"';, IL 1 plan menus that arelight in Tlllls also returned. Nassau thU weekend. They toured in the Intestinal tract.' passed by the Legislature and .
.- texture but tsoUd, ;in nutrition. McCall Jr visited food infection arc ilgned Into law .by Cov HaydonBurns. :
snacks the Mrs J. .I* returnedto colorful Rl.waon8q: are : Symptoms of .
'." Avoid letting take her home Georgia after a tare Native Straw .Market, climbed nausea, headache, vomiting, ab- -"
" place of mealtimes. You may find two-week stay with Mr, and Mrs.J. the Queen's.Stairway, listened dominal cramps, diarrhea and This Is the third time the Com' ;
. it more convenient to serve four L McCall. Sr. in Canal Point to the Native'Calypso Band in the general weakness. The number and mission's name has been changedsince
'., or five smaller meals a day rather Wayne Hundley and Walter I Famous Tree Hou 'of beautiful Intensity of symptons will vary It was established in 1887

than three heavier meals. Young spent the past two weeks' Royal Victoria Garden. They reported with the degree of food contamination as the Railroad Commission.
;.. Salads made with meat, fish or Back In 1946 It became the Rail
. on Sanlbel Island. Mr. and Mrs. a wonderful and enjoyabletrip. plus individual resistance.
\ poultry, one-dish meals, barbecues John Hundley spent the last week Here are three simple rules for road and Public, Utilities Commission .

;y' or cookouts the whole family can with them at their cottage on the .' ... food safety ((1) Keep cold things and In 1963 the reference to -
.. enjoy are examples of menus that hot and dropped and the
< beach. cold. (2)) Keep hot things railroads was :
pack summer magic. SCHOOL OPENS AUGUST SO (3) Keep a constant check on sanitary agency became known as the Flor ,
2 Start each day with a good PAIIOKEE HOME BURNS Palm Beach county schools are housekeeping practices. Ida Public Utilities Commission."Our .

breakfast Remember left-over' The home of Mr. and Mrs. L G. scheduled to open for the 1956-66 I Bacteria grow best at temperatures new name describes better *
cold meats can be ideal breakfast term Monday, August 30, according salt
Thompson, 219 West Main Street, on between 45 degrees F. the board area of responsibll
\ foods when teamed with a glass of to announcement by I
refrigeration which have been
was completely demolished by fire 120 degrees F., and ties with we
orange Juice and a piece of toast Supt. Robert Fulton. Olades F. to retard commented Commissioner
L, Saturday night August 7. The at about 40 degrees helps charged
Today our markets are selling their teachers lined '
Thompsons were fortunate In getting schools have the growth of these bacteria William T. Mayo. "We be-
quick-mix liquids for breakfast out of the blazing building up and are ready for the opening. in foods. Any delay in refrigeration Ileve the new name will more accurately

Try them in your favorite flavor, before they were injured. Cause of I will allow bacteria to grew 1 reflect our determination
if refuses to sit down
your family I
and elI
,g a to meal. the fire ha not been determined GOES TO TENNESSEEMrs. more rapidly. I to perform them boneaUy -
a Heat will kin bacteria. When the clently In the public Interest."
J. R. York of Pahokee left
; 3 Avoid serving 1y cold food ,
: ; ; center of food being cooked Florida's transportation Industry -
. has been for the weekend for Maryville,
Serving some warm foods win help Albert Fremd home over I
, 165 110del''fea well
of to carriers
motor as
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she will reaches a temperature including
to equalize the body's tempera several days from the Everglades Tenn. where spend scenetime
be sure that and wide variety of
ture with the surrounding air, Memorial Hospitalembers he underwent with her daughter and son- F. you can as railroads, a
; thereby making feel cooler. an opera .s for the removal in-law, Mr. and Mrs. BrowningRoach. harmful bacteria have been destroyed UllUes electric, communication,
r.. 4 Highly spiced you foods sometimes of appendix* He has recovered Mr. Roach has been seriously -II I ,Before using leftover natural gas, water and sewer-are

. (continued on page four) nicely. > Ill for several months. I (continued on page 4) regulated by the) commission.J .

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The; ,annual scholarship is grant- various sales aiuf inM
Youth Is Winner$5QOScholarship 'e
student who has received recommendation an. liwjf. 1st nan > bargain

from his county agricultural if you don't really peed it, no
to Bonnie -
agent according ,matter how economically.}t may be
.. Heath Farm of Ocala. priced. Don't, CG owerb ard on bar
OAINE! : MLLE-Don Harrison Clifford I* (Pete) Davis past gain-buying Just for the' sake! of

21, of DeFunlak Springs, has bee I State 4-H president from Perry, buying
Fla.. received the scholarship lastyear.
awarded a 9500 agricultural chol-I' Here are some basic consumer

I arship provided by the Florida Don Harrison will leave for St.. information guides tq aid you la

Thoroughbred Breeders Assn ., Louis Mo., on August 1, as one of? shopping:
Consider off-season buying.
Dean of Agriculture Marvin A. 54 of the nation's top agricultural
There be leer choice of items.
Brooker announced today. students to take part in the Ralston may
I but this need not be a disadvantage
Harrison la
senior In
a orna- Purina Co.-sponsored Dan-
The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida: mental horticulture at the University I( forth Summer Fellowship which items when purchasing standardized
of Florida College of Agricul- he won earlier this summer. such as socks of white
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF ture and will graduate April 1965. goods.

He |1s purrently employed by the Understand guarantee Know
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing U S. I?.A. Agricultural Stabilization Shoppers Beware who is responsibile for fulfilling
the agreement. Have
and Conservation Sevlce as a guarantee
ths like ceechobee} Fanning Region Without sunnier student {trainee in Moore I j the terms of the guarantees
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Haven, Florida. j Summer Specials cut along with the pricer'lcamine

Established March. 11, 1924. Published Every Friday The Walton County youth Is the' all sales items' careful

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance son of Henry O. Harrison who TALLAHASSEE With the ly.:Be a smart.shoPper. .
recently retired after 21 :years as
The Everglades-News: 13 Entered at the Post Office county agricultural agent in De summer sale 'season in full swing, Mt aM )(;s.:Z na10tt stalZleIR

In Canal Point.. Florida as Second Class :Matter. Funlak Springs.FlveJiundred. you may need to sharpen your I and family left Friday for a 'v-
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor Publisher dollars a year Is shopping skills ao you'll make wise I cation' in Hazelhurtrtj Go.. fa Ala
'given to each recipient by the choices. relatIVes: While there they" wilt attend .

The ripe fruit usually Is harvested Thoroughbred Breeders Assn. un- That's the word from home the Stapleton family reunion
Guava Season In
from the ground and the remainder til student graduate, economics with the Florida Agri- in Lumber City, Ga._
"A freshman winner could cultural Extension Service.
picked from the tree. The re-
South Florida ceive as much as $2000 from this Take a close look at the inviting I V4S1HED ADS PAY
() guavas do not ripen at one time "
scholarship, said Dean Brooker. advertisements describlnlg the BIO.DIVIDENDS
and it may be necessary to pick

Does the name Guava mean anything the trees more than once a week "- .

to> your' It means d.eUclous''I Ito secure high quality fruit for
processing. Avoid bruising by
eating to residents of South Florida
careful handling and refrigerate
as once again the Guava.sea-i until enough are collected for

son approaches. I cooking.
Mrs. Betty: Woolfe! ,. Assistant I Guava jelly is a favorite. If you
County Extension Home Eco- would like a tested recipe please syt+

nomlcq Agent says the redfleshed write Mrs. Woolfe at 531 North
fresh sweet guava may be eaten Military Trail West Palm Beach, +;. Phone 9245511Pahokee, Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade 3

raw out of the hand or served for the Agricultural Extension 3
with ice cream. Guava shells makea Service Circular on Guavas. SALES and SERVICE

delicious breakfast, fruit, too I The guava tree is valuable not
low in calories (only 70) and a rich only as a fruit bearing tree but +x+ Heating Air Conditioning Appliances <"

source! of Vitamin. .C. For sour can be a shady haven xon a hot +A ,
cream lovers, try lightly dusting summer day. A # A A A A A A + A A A A A # #

the chilled guava shells with The guava tree can betrained

ground nutmeg and top with a by pruning to grow, as a. rather I -- .- .- .-
tablespoon o'f''two of sour cream.I handsome, symmetrical lowheaded ,
Different and delicious. tree with a spreading top. The
!The: sour or highly acid guava guava tree can be grown successfully -

lends Itself to cooking, canning or on a wide range of soils and

freezing.: This fruit is recognizedby I may reach a height of 30 feet withan ,, ..
its characteristic thick-walled equal spread, where growing 1":
white fleshed fruit. Freezing is I conditions are favorable. If allowed \,

qtten the preferred method for to grow unmolested the guava "
preserving the fruit, since the vitamin becomes a large shrub or small. : .NO

C value Is lost in processing. tree, branching rather freely close : :. fROr1
vyith heat. I to the ground, .f
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fe.How does die new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
I Ju WIth Scries E Bonds, the'rate turns $18.76 into, You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
income for living expenses, while E Bonds build
Your savings increase fasten, because your Bonds a
mature in'just 7 years, 9 months. neat egg,for the:future. cats why many.retired
people! hold'>Ji'Boridi: and families saving for, say a.child's '
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period education, buy:E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each .. .
six months.With both E,: and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and ..evesJ .
worksout to 2H%for the first year and half then H Bonds '
.- a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. Ai B Bonds: *% (coat$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida

use of our forest lands." He prom
Food Poisoning .j
:-:- ,:. lUed the best possible fire control

.r for the four new counties, saying
,> y :(Continued From Page 1) "The Florida Board of Forestryand
i food that has been 36 RestaurantNow
refrigerated Glades Truck
all of us in the Florida Forest
,!"'t', hours It or longer be sure to recook Service look forward to the day

when all of Florida can benefit
If much hot food must be ref rg- 'control."
from 'Statewide' fire
erated, precool It first In a shallow fire ManagementWe
The coming of countywide Under New
I pan of cool water. Unless the cooling control to the adjacent counties of
unit Is overloaded It is
Dixie and Lafayette brings west
fectly today's safe modern to put refrigerators.A hot things. in and north Florida solidly under have- token over management and operation of the Traveler's

: clean refrigerator range, I forest fire remaining control., from Nonprotectedcounties north to Restaurant and now you are guaranteed clean, wholesome food at

cooking:utensils and equipment are south, are: Citrus Brevard, Pasro, reasonable prices. We guarantee that your service here will be the
musts. Get
rid flies
of roaches and
Osceola, Hardee, DeSoto, Martin,
other Insects around the kitchen
Palm Beach, Broward and Monroe. very best. :
,and food storage areas. Wash
Some 140,000 acres in Hendry .
f, dishes carefully In hot, sudsy wat- County have group-unit protectionan We' refurbishing of the' restaurant along with a ne4paint
plan a complete .
er, and rinse with hot water. And ,
arrangement .
whereby a \ '
be sure to wash your hands thoroughly group of private landowners con- ,ob. In the immediate future we will have the dining room open

{f-;j' food.before preparing' or handling tract with the Florida Board of along with the lunch counter where only the very finest of foods will

Forestry for fire control.In *
The high-protein, nonacid foods the last 15 years, the amountof be served. Drop in and see what we have to offer. tM
ILl are particularly vulnerable,to con- protected forest acreage has '

:,. tamlnatlon. They Include fish, doubled, while the average annual : : : : : : : III : II11 : I I :'III : 11111) II : 1++1I1I : I : III : r r : I't I : I : II : : II : \ r I : I I
: cuatard-flUed pastries, egg mixtures percent of acreage burned has de-
r" I meat sandwiches, leftover creased than six times. In
i'I' poultry, baked ham, creamed foods the years prior to 1049 more than Open Daily From 5 a. m. 'til 11 p.Proprietors. m.
and ,
dressings and desserts containing four percent of Florida's protected

i mayonnaise.. woodlands burned each year. In t : " : : : I : : : : I : : : : I : H-H+HI : : : : 1I11111 : t 1111111+h
f the past eight years, this percent

More Acres Under of annual burn has averaged less

than one-half of one percent. Glen And Hatfield
(Continued From Page 1) In startling contrast, says Coul- Kyle
ter, more than 20 percent of the ,
.service promotions of experienced
unprotected acreage burns annually
personnel. They are: Dade-James
Keen, formerly County Ranger in causing untold damage to tim-
ber, soil, water, and wildlife bene-
Highlands County; Dixie Milton

I Howell, formerly Unit Ranger of fits. He credits improved detectionand fully rides the swift current to the the Dixie Fire Control Unlt ...Ca- fire-fighting methods, along
; with increased cooperation from surface. Truely a breathtakingperformance land, sa tin Mermaid introducesher land beneath the sea at the Florida
fayette Bobby Joe Charles,
the public and the news media in : to 'Bubbles," the friendly sea- west coast junction of U. S. '19 I
formerly Assistant ,County' Ranger
}, fire prevention for the state's And now, having conquered the horse who returns Alice to her and Florida 00 wonderful Wee-
In Okeechobee
Taylor County
; steadily improving fire record. depths of the Mermaid's underwat- place In the world above con kl Wachee!
-Robert Dempsey, formerly ,Assistant
In Polk At the present time, state law .
County Ranger: .
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provides for forest' fire control on
County.The .... .. a county-by-county basis.
county Ranger is the principal
fire control representative In -

each county. He's responsible for Appetite Problemcontinued -
all phases of the fire control pro

gram within the county, Including ( from 1) .
,tire prevention, law enforcement, make you feel hot and thirsty i1 r

detection,of presuppresslon wildfires. Additional and suppression I gent so be spices.careful with extremely pun- : up: iI'L.t : .

personnel to operate the fire con-I 5 Stock the refrigerator with

trol units are hired locally crisp, sliced fruits and vegetablesand

available. pitchers of fruit Juice. Ideal
Coulter also foresees a great future
I snack-mates for the whole family.
In Florida, calling
for forestry
Relaxing at mealtime can do a
It a "billion dollar, Income producer great deal in reducing summertime
the list for out-
and high on tensions. 'Avoid becoming
door recreation an increasingly .
overly fatigued before eating. It
Important partner In the multipleClassified will help you to enjoy a meal and

aid your. digestion. I
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Ads. Yvonne Thompson -
Honored At ShowerMiss 4- :. h
POSITIVELY all want ads or i
I classifieds, as you wish Jo call, Yvonne Thompson, b:iJe- i
I elect of Jim Chaplin, was honored
them, are payable in advance from '
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. 'with 'a bridal shower, Tuesday, k
Write It and dip a'dollar bill in 1 August 10, from 8:00: till 10:00 p.
the envelope if you want it run m. in the community room of

once. $2 !If you want it run twice I Everglades Federal Savings and _
and so on.tVIIATS Loan,,building
I Greeting guests with the, honoree -
IN THE ATTIO that you were her mother, Mrs. Joe
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad Thompson, and Mrs. Charles Chaplin -

n this column will probably find mother of the groom-elect. -
you a sale. Just write your ad, en- All wore white Lafrance? corsages.A e,
iose a dollar and we'll do the rest. color scheme of pink and

The Everglades News Canal Point, white was carried out on the refreshment {

Fla. table which was laid 1 J
FOR SALE New and Used Willy.Jeepai. with white cut work cloth and _
.' Walter Ashley's Oarage featured a pink floral arrangement _

in Belle Glade Phone 6-3053.
Oct. 17-54-ch. Miss Thompson was presented
with a silver pastry serving knifeas
SEPTIC TANK Service available a gift! from the hostesses who

vt, by calling me. We do excelled were; M; Billy;M. Sheffield,Mrs.Elmer' y.
"' work. ,Bob Durrance, Phone Jones, Mrs. If. P. Stanley 11

V. t24-626& Sept.1 pd. I Mr*.\ Hugo Boe'j Mrs. Richard delivers.y'

Hurt, M..Leland, Keene, Mrs. C.WiIltartis ., .Standard : r
FOR LEASE 480 acres of land :
Mr Robert ,
E;> : M. Sanders
almost ready to farm. Short I, .. '*
Mrs. Horace Unwin, Mrs. W. j; '" '
term term lease. Phone the
or long 'Y
A. Keen, Mrs. Marvin Crady.
after 7:00 p. m. 924-7384 or 924- -. ..- power ,;
2951. A6-tf-ch.
Underwater Show-

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(continued from page 1) the Standard Man. For on-time \
deliveries of
meets the loveliest of creatures finest farm fuels. -

the Mermaid. An astonishing crea- And now for Standard's livelier Chevron*.gasolines. Your S ;:
tion of youthful grace, beauty and choice of I
three each designed for maximum
daring, the Mermaid attempts to work lowest cost. Standard : ',
show Alice the way out of Water- Diesei Fuel too assures clean +
FAHOKEE, FLA. ,. quick-firing
land but first, she.must equal '. power, full 100 '
the Mermaid a daring ,free dive combustion. Phone the Standard Man before your supply low. ".' I
into the bottomless depths of the For
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY She unmatched service call the .
Underwater Grand Canyon. Standard '_ i
AUGUST 22-23-24 begins to descend fighting the STANDARD Oil Distributor-a local man who knows :"" .

"THE TRAIN" the strong bottom current of the surging spring at up a from rate OIL your needs and can serve them quickly. i .

of over 100,000 gallons per minute. 1 ;
Down down. down she goes 1Ve take better care of .I;:. .'
equipment "
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;,.. STARRINGBURT until she reaches the 117 foot "....*.cHvsoN Ift4 CHEVRON D i m >. ,

t. ; ',.. LANCASTER markS Reaching these treacherous J
depths,' and still battling' the tel ..: .. M.-lr' KEEN ; "
rifle current, she discards her aft- Agent
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air supply :
sustaining ',' \, ;" I"t' '
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". United States,men were speaking for freedom today.

loud and dear. Perhaps,you (don't speak out for freedom in ; :.; fI!'

'.:. Today Americans speak out for :freedom the;same tone of voice. when:you,buy'a.Bond'"* : : .' ., VlH.;''*' ,.. :. fj.....

manyways-ia Conte inlocal government, [ aa Patrick Henry did in his famous,.speect'' ; ;h. ,
in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But you speak every bit_ as surely. And every ";. ;,, ',II'r.: (I' }:I."."IAJ'

'; '. freedom in other languages, ,in other lands. bit as proudly.: f" I "

', And millions of Americans speak out for freeWhy not speak out for freedom now? Boy

dom every time they buy U.s. Savings Bonds. Bonds at the bank or on the Payroll Savings ..'
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Ilr Dews .... !:The Churches J] Housing After Waddell 18 Years Retires Authority On Flood Manatees Weed t Con.Killers District Become For

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Si Peter's Lutheran 1 First Baptist I Canal Point>> Joe Waddell .pioneer Pahokee ytIA 1a=Three manatees, sometimes

Church, Belle Glade Church, PahokeeGuthrie Baptist ChurchLawrence resident, farmer and former operator called sea cows, have takenup
with the state as
of a store retired July
Stewart Pastor .
August Koerben,Pastor W. Colvard, Pastor SUNDAY: 19 as a member of the Pahokee manatees were netted by
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade SUNDAY
t School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Housing :Authority after ,serving the Miami Seaquarlum under a
9:45 m.-Sunday
: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship in that capacity tor 18 years. He commission from the Central and
Divine Services 11 A. M.: 11:00: a. m/ Morning Worship
6:30 p. m. Training Union was signally honored in Jacksonville South Florida Flood Control District -
School 9:45: A. H. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union .
ii 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship last summer by being presented and will be used In an effortto
7:45: p. mw Evening
WEDNESDAY, : la citation by the Housing rid drainage canals of water
Holy Nativity WEDNESDAY: Service 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting: Commissioner citing his more than weeds and hyacinths.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer .. 16 of continuous service. 1,000-pound, -
Episcopal ChurchPahokee years Manatees are vegetarian
St. Mary's CatholicChurch Claude Shirley, an original mem- mammals that live in South
First Baptist ber of the Authority was named Florida waters. They are gentle,

Church Canal Point by Mayor Duncan Padgett and bovine and sluggish about every-
Rev. William Pickels, Vicar! to
confirmed by the City Council thing but their voracious eating of
SUNDAY Rev. James Harrison Father 'Francis Fennech, Pastor replace Mr. Waddell. During the water weeds.In .
8:00: A. M.-Holy. Communion SUNDAY: I Sunday.Mass- 11:30 a. m. years of his service Mr. Waddell May, 1964, the Seaquarium
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School I Confessions before Mass aerved as chairman on three, dif- netted five manatees for the Central I

First Methodist 11:00 a.,m. Morning Worship I ferent occasions. He was one of and South Florida Flood Con-,
Church PahokeeJohn 6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. the original five members of the trol District, and they have been

7:30: p. m.Evening,,Worship J Young Ho! Chevron, authority. working in drainage canals west of,
WEDNESDAY: Other members of the :AuthorIty Boca Raton.
A. Briley, Pastor 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Says Standard Oil are :M. P. Holman. Bob Apel- 'They have proved highly effic-

SUNDAY: Service. :- "With the gren, E. L. Pope and J. I* Tyson, ient at exterminating water weeds
,f 9:45 a. m.-Church School --- .... --- < Jr. James H.Vann Is the executive and water hyacinths. Not only do
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship rapidly increasing percentage director and has held that positionfor they eat the leaves, they eat the
Church Of Christ motorists in the 18-39 bracket,
7:45p. -Evening,Worship the
that Authorityhas
said Ralph Wooton, advertising the 18 years roots of the plants and even polish
been in existence.
125 N. W.: Avenue D manager of Standar4 Oil Company the stones.
The Methodist Church .. The manatee experiment Is bring
Phone WY 6-8867 (Kentucky), "we decided to slant
Canal Point FloridaEdward Belle Glade, Fla. our 1965 gasoline advertising directly conducted by Dr. Peter Sguroa

SUNDAY SERVICES at this market, and adopted Junior Bus of the Florida Atlantic University
F.: Norton, Pastor 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study as its theme 'Young Ho! Go College of Boca Raton under a contract It
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Chevron Put that Young Ha with the Flood Control
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship spirit in your car!' From Glades To Is being carried on In a canal two
and one-half miles long.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY
"We also feel that with the advent

v 6:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-Bible. Study of affluence and security, continuance 16 --- ---
Started August -- -- --
: of youth or even Just
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st Belle Glade Gets the illusion of youth-is one of the --

TuesdayWEDNESDAY greatest desires of people in all A recently purchased 72-passenger ClassifledAdsE'OSITiVELY
age brackets. bus will be In operation
7:30 p. m.-Prayer. .. :Meeting $35,000 Rec Fund Most motorists,assume that petroleum from the Glades this coming term all want ads or

...\ products offered at Standard to.Palm Beach Junior College be- classifieds, as you wish to .call

,The Church Of God By Roberts Effort Oil stations are of top quality, ginning on August 16. The schedule hem, are payable in advance from
Pahokee and for us merely to repeat this calls for the bus to start its his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
Of Prophecy, belief and back it up with technical pickup in Canal Point at the elementary [Write ,It and dip: a dollar bill In

Canal Point Road The City of Belle Glade will receive data would leave most customers school at 6:10: a. m. and the: envelope if you want It run

10: a. m.-Sunday School some cash aid in Its effortto indifferent. return to that point at 6 p.,m.Pickup Mice. $2 if you want it run twice
: "With the great volume of advertising by the bus Is as follows md so on.NllATS .
t 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service convert a part of Torry Island '
to which people are exposed :

f, 7:45: p.Service m.-Evangelistic Into a recreational area. The ma- today, we believe they would 6:10: a. m. Canal Point Element IN TIlE ATTIO that you

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V1B. jority of the work In the past has prefer to be amused by whimsy, ary School;. 6:20: am.. Pahokee don't need? A $1.00 classified adn

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W JIB. been done by Police Chief Charles rahter than technically Informed High School; 6:25 a. m. East Lake this column will probably find
I Everyone welcome. Special Goodlett and prison labor. through factual 1 .data. or scientific High School: 6:55: a.m. Belle Glade you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
music and staging. The created Outdoor I High School; 7:00 a. m.Lake Shore : Jose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
.- Recreational recently Planning Committeein Night Performances High School: 8:15: a. m. arrive at The Everglades News, Canal Point,
Palm Beach Junior College.
!'Glades, Baptist Church Representative Tallahassee Emmett Monday Roberts assured At Water Ski Show I The return trip to the five pickup Ha.

to (Rev. Jonathan- I* Wolf) I and a Belle Glade group that about |I NEW YORK-Two night per- 3:45 points p. Leave Palm Beach FOR SALE New and Used Willys
be available when Jeep Walter Ashley's Garage
Meets In Pahokee Lions Club $35,000 would.
'ormances of the free Florida Citrus Junior College; 500; p.' m. First
the committee meets in August. I in' Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
Building Water Ski Show at the New drop off (Lake Shore); 5.05: p. m. Oct. 1754ch.3EFTIG .
SUNDAY SCHOOLr-0:45 a..m. The money comes from the fund !fork 'World's Fair will be added Second drop off (Belle Glade);
PREACHING-11:00 a. n. and that is collected from the sale of
Tune 12."Popular. 5:35 p. m. Third drop off (East
7:30: p. m. sporting goods in Florida: demand and the overwhelming Lake High School): 5:40 p. m. TANK Service availableby
SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6.30: p. m. Attending the Tallahassee meet- success of the show in Fourth drop off (Pahokee); 5:50p. calling me. We do excellent
WED. PRAYER 7:30 p. m. Ing with P.oberts and Stretch wasJ. work. Bob Durrance, Ph 0 n e
the Florida exhibit have motivated m. Fifth drop off (Canal Point),
D. (Pete) McClellan, president 17
the state and the fair to take this Ip.m. 924-5268. Sept.
6f the Chamber of Commerce, "
said. bus'win'not arrive "Jun' "
action Burns The -at
Side'ICluulrchOf : 'Luther W. Jones aM
South "plongwith The snow opened May> '8 with t nor silage tflrtn: 'BdS mo students 'POltt taislt; :: 480 acres of land
'meriflbers 'of the
Stein 7r.
Fritz ,
<' Christ Broward-Palm, Beach Recreation t tour afternoon performances. It are cautioned not to schedule I almost ready to farm. Short
Committee. las' already played to over a quart any 7:30 a. m. classes. The bus term or long term lease. Phone

Belle Glade across from Roberts said the standards set er of a million people, according win leave the campus on the re- titer 7:00 p. m. 924-7384 or 924-
.I to, Burns. turn trip at 3:45: p.m. 2951. A6-tf-ch.ThinkingOfBuiidI .
Rd. 80
Bowling Alley on by the'committee for releasing:j ,'
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study lfunds ha&"been met'sin each .
I 11:00: a. m/ Morning Worship the Instance",by'the local}r1' Up. ..... ; ... ..._- ........,.." ...,... ._ ,. 'h'n'--- --.. .-".. .-. -.-.. .. -

'*: 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service The city has cleared off a sec
7:30 p. m.-Wed.'Bible Study tion of Tony Island, provided

J .Rt ... .. electricity, and toilet '
I. bSafak, Hind $fenVto 'mcYeaiVfacilities !
t k The Pahokee ChurchOf ', for boating 'enthusiasts, ? 4'J J

} :, The Nazarene u and. picnickers ? ,.t_ : g .(

k Rev.433 Bacom Wlilard Point Kilpatrlck Rd. :' 'WiliDixieStores) : E YOU'LL- WANT 20'rSEE'USi' ... :.r. i ij ir J J

,*phone 924-7523 P. O. Box 882 .. '". .'
,SUNDAY SERVICES: Heavy Purchaser 'J
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School If your sumftier Vacation: 'o[e''youare' thinking of

I 11:00: a. m. Sunday Worship
r !'An'lncfeasetormor t iiSi 1 300, .
I 6:30 p. m.-Juniors building( home ybuftl want to and Everglades \
000 in the value of Florida ..truhtruita a new come see -
7:00 m.-Sunday Evening '
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I A WEDNESDAY Evangelistic Service and vegetables Stores, Ino, on the Federal in&elle Glade or at our branch office in '

: TaMokee{ 'tn lWt'during ih.1&4r' .
,7:30 p.meetlnlg.m.-Midweek Prayer 'I 45 growing reason 'was reported. Pahokee. Yowl l find the friendly folks in either place :

*"Where you are a stranger but < I '
I Arayrchiuabniibg4he: E.I
.J, ''I' once" : !season rjutended : very lielpful when it'dofmesto'mhking'plans for a new
,l- totaled $2, 8,210 comparedwith
...' ... $2,233,047 during the 1963-64 build it.
Church Of i growing season. These represented home-and the money to Drop by either place ::

I a.,total of 1,866 carloads compared' : md'makeinquiry. ;You'll be glad did.
Barf ield Highway with 1,591 cars: last year. Freight '' you ,

and ice costs amounted to 340272. ,
Pahokee, Fla. These fruits and vegetables

A. L. Stone Minister found their way j into shopping :EVERGLADES FEDERAL ;
: Phone 924-7363 baskets In many of Winn-Dixie, .

( r" 'SUNDAY: 668 supermarkets throughout the. fSavings And Loan Association <
0:45.. m.-Sunday School South.
;. 11:KX) a. m. Morning Worship ThNw purchases emphasize our COUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE OORP ,
'. 7:30: p. Svangelistle\ Serf > continuing policy of doing business
ylc ) in our own operating areaswherever Pahokee Belle Glade'ax
.possible," "'said Joe ',..

: II '110 R inr-iouih for omit- Adams, in charge of peiishaUamerchaadisiag.

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offer these tips on.,, cleaning, : f and ;' ting board or table. Cut steaks about 3-4 inch thick. If you're planning to freeze fish
Instructions On dressing fish. Remove the large back fin by For fillets, cut down the backof steaks and fillets, give them a 30-
Wash the fish. Then remove the I cutting the fish along each side the fish from the tall to the second dip in a solution made up
Cleaning FishTALLAHASSEEIf scales by scraping the fish gently and pulling the fin out. Never trim head. Then cut down the backbone of two-thirds cup salt to one gallon
from the tail to the head using the the fins with shears or knife because Just above the collarbone. Turn of water. Then wrap and freeze
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probably face some fish-cleaning and remove the entrails. Then remove water. It is 'now dressed ready to Lift off the entire side of the fish hare as their guests this week his
chores now and then. the head by cutting above iook. in one piece. Turn the fish over and sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
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