The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 7, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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).

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Civil Air Patrol To We're On VacationAt NewsIf South Stars' Win Promoted W. M. Johnson In Navy, Jr. University Road

Has Peacock ThereThe Needs Are ToldIt

Get Regular PayCounty live reading matter comes upa ALAMEDA, CALIF., (FHTNC)
-Marine Lance Corporal William
little short in this week's paper
Va- All Star :M. Johnson, Jr., son of Mr. and ,looked this week like Florida
We're much publicized
think nothing of it. on
Commission employeswho Mrs. William M. Johnson, Sr., of Atlantic University will have to
office' in Gainesville last\!
the cation. The Everglades News : football game
also double as members of his other than the
Pahokee, was promoted to look to some one
I Is closed and those of us who sweat Saturday night is history now anda
Civil Air Patrol got a break in commission for new park-
I present rank on July 1. county a
made his mark
50 weeks in the producingthis Pahokee boy
their pocket books this week. year of and load of road signs.
He is serving as a member ing lot a
of the family the winning side -
end was on
CAP members, like many other great palladium the guard at Marine Barracks, County Commissioner George
on a creek The South. Harold Peacock with
public service organizations, are fireside are yonder Alamedia, failed to convincehis
Naval Air Station, Warren Monday
bank enjoying our favorite past- his 200 pounds was the idol of I
subject to call in emergencies, I Calif. colleagues that putting county
Lake Okeechobee fans
which sometimes means time off time. many, many A graduate of Pahokee High forces and equipment to work to-
to the for the
according made
who trip game.
from their regular job. If everything goes School, Corporal Johnson enteredthe help the University out of a hole,,.
schedule the office of this news- One of the Miami Herald's sportswriters
The county commission agreed I hi Marines in July, 1062. was the proper thing to do.
forFall's liberal
will be ready was very
this week not .to dock any em- paper open Warren asked the board to approve -
business to start on August : kind words about the youth. Fol-
ployee who is off the job because of putting in a base and a shel>>
19. So, should you dial our phone lowing is a part of his enthusiastic In
the same
Hearing lot.
a CAP emergency. Sugar rock top for a 300-car parking
is please remember remarks about Peacock.
at- and there no answer
the board furn-
time lie also asked the county to
that we are on that well- Peacock is the boy who rewrotethe
torney to check workmen's com- \ traffic needed at the-
ish 60 signs
deserved vacation.PahokeeCanal. record book. at Class B Paho- New Orleans TodayNew
pensation .
- -- and lastyear's I
I School captained
j High
ployees on CAP duty. I I tefootbal1 board said It had agreetl
The Palm Beach County Com- Pt.I Little to meet
\ earlier to build roads and
to team. He is considered the finest Orleans and a sugar cano \
mission this week took steps
for projects
other commitments
footballer ever produced in tho quota hearing is the center of at-
set up future regulations for lake area. He even won a berthon traction today for sugar cane! outside the campus perimeter. Thin

control of air pollution.The Taxes Are Highest i the South All-Star football growers and many from the Lake I having been done, the board de-
board adopted a resolution tlio
clined to take any on
team despite the dominance >f Okeechobee Region are in
declaring its intent to seek special lot or signs, since both
\ parking
A schools.A at the hearing.
Class AA and ance
enabling legislation to set up air To the citizens of the Pahokee- i motorcade traveled from Pa- The meeting has been arrangedby are within the limits of the campus
pollution control. The board plansto Canal Point area goes ,the dubious I which is the responsibility of tho
hokee to watch Peacock play his the U. S. Department of Agriculture \- I
seek such special legislation dur- honor of being allowed to pay the State Board of Control.
I final game Saturday night. in order to give processors
ing the next session. taxes in the county for the prep commission this
highest that !I The county
the t"I
He's entering Northeast Oklahoma an Idea of the size of crop
Meantime, its action Monday, coming year.<<: l is expected to be harvested duringthe week voted to extend Haverhill
Junior College.
will allow the board to make application Many taxpayers are going to be There were 14. OO fans at Flor- 1064-65 season. I Road in a straight line rather than
for Federal funds to help wondering what happened to raise I leg to relocate -
: ida Field for the 16th annual All- At the session, local growers will I build a dog necessary
underwrite costs, of air pollution their taxes and it is easily explained. overall world a crossing over the Seaboard -
Star game won by the South get an idea of the ,
surveys. The hospital mlllage in the Pa- Airline railroad tracks.
cheered heartily market well as that of
'' 2014. But few as sugar as
State Board of Health author- hokee-Canal Point district' ha*: I The railroad had asked the commission -
from Pa- state and nation. "
the the
ities expect to have model ordinances -, been raised from ,3.75 mills to,5>>50 I l'and,proudly. as group of' the to relocate- a prnpo 'e Oneof the objects
: hokee. prime
a1n ed'at' controling alrpO lu mills-an increase of 1.75 mills.It crossing since the plan called for
Each time Peacock's ,name echo- meeting is to prevent disorderly
tion ready,in about six months.- ,will be, of Interest to taxpayers -I crossing two set of tracks at tho
theycheered and to provide processors I
- ''n ed over the loudspeaker, marketing
to note.that'. the mlllage him on offense and de an equitable opportunity to: original location on' the'projectefJ
Glade hospital district is un-
Many Fans fense. They even took up a chant. market sugar within their given 1 roadway.
Gam'eIn changed at 3.75 mills. "We Want Peacock" when the quotas. I The railroad later said it would
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two-track crossing
down mid- - not object to the
South offense bogged I
GainesvilleSome first half and the I if the county wanted to pay the
Chief Of Police way through Funeral Service it would cost. The

,of, the football fans at- -. .. North South went Coach ahead Holland, 140. Aplin of I ! I board extra' decided$15.OOO Monday it would 'oe

tending the North-South Football Leave Of AbsenceLeon Tampa Robinson had planned to Mrs. Alia H. ElliottFuneral I just ait economical rather to than pay under-extra

game in Gainesville, Saturdaywere use Peacock as "monster man" on I for the crossing! road

: Mr. and ''Mrs. James H. defense a roving line backer. take construction of more

Wilkinson, Coach Martin Ralph, Guthrie, chief of police of But when Aplin found backfield services were held Sat needed to move the crossing west-

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, BillIe Pahokee for the past 14 years, has blocking missing he,called on. Pea- afternoon for Mrs. Alla Hal- ward.

Hoe, Coach Webb Pell Mr. and asked the city council for a 90-day cock, for double duty.Magistrate urday .
Mrs. Bob Hatton Miss Carol Mae leave of absence. The Chief gave verson Elliott, 89, who lived at

Hatton, Miss Raybeth Grey, Mr. health reasons for his action. 480 Friend Place In Pahokee and FAA Wants To Know'

and Mrs. Elmer Jones and Miss I Earlier last week the Chief ten- Court passed away on Thursday, July 30. Full Airport Plan

Verlon Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. dered his resignation effective Au- The services were held at tho

Johnson, Miss Joy Sims, Mr. and I gust 31, with the final two weeksof On Short Vacation Wetherington Funeral Home In for 600-acre tract
Future plans a
Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mr. and Mrs.J. the month allowed him as a paid Pahokee and burial was at Port which

P. Parker, Ricky Parker, Joe 1 vacation by the city council.'Later. I Mayaca cemtery. near International Airport

Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson -I the Chief asked the council for the,I Starting August 10 and running Survivors Include a son, Jess of I the county hopes to get to help ,

Leon Spooner.Mr. extended leave of absence. I Pahokee; three grandsons and one raise funds for building a new ,i
24 will be vacation I
: and Mrs. Luke_Fraser Mr, .. I I through August great granddaughter. terminal. 'complex,'musts be plottedon :

. and Mrs. .Jeff Barwick, Mr.;,and' Marine W.M. Johnson "time for Magistrate: J. L. Tyson - paper before the county can ,
Mrs. Bobby Peacock, Mr. and'Mrs. and his court At the Glades JOHNSONS ON VACATION gain control of the land. *

Johnny' PeacOck, :Mr. and 'Mrs. Jr. Gets PromotionMYRTLE Office Building. The judge will recess Dr. and -Mrs. E. C. Johnson left This was the substance of a message -

Floyd Peacock, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. I for the two weeks followingnext this week for Atlanta, Ga. They to the' board:;this week from 'r!

Young, Mrs. Peaden, Wayne ,,Pea- : BEACH, S. C.-Cadet Monday's session. were accompanied by their nl ce, the Federal Aviation Authority .'

den, Abby Peacock, Billy Joe Pea- William S. Plumer, Jr., of Pahokee, In case of emergency, court :Miss Julia Meadows, who has been who controls the acreage. "

cock, Ronnie Jones, Walter Woods, recently completed the U. S. Air' cases will be taken to either Coun- their house guest for several Before it will give the county 'j

Jimmy 'Vandegrift.Wayne Force Reserve Officer Training ty or Criminal Court in West Palm weeks. The Johnsons plan to do control. the FAA said, the board ,,:

Edmonson, Eddie Todd, Corps (AFROTC) summer en- Beach in Tyson's absence; some family camping in parts of must set out a plan on how the

Ralph Jones ,Fran Arnold Joan campment at Myrtle Beach AFB, The office at the Glades Office Georgia before returning' to Fernandina land Is,to be used, how it will be,
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McKinstry, Buttons McKinstry, S. C. Building will be open a* ,usual during Beach where they will I zoned'and how,the county plans'to

Tommy Culberson, Jimmy Good- Cadet Plumer, son of Mr. and the absence of the judge with i their son-in-law! and daughter, Mr. dispose of 'the property.The .

eon, Jo Ellen Brown, Joyce Brown, Mrs. William S. Plumer Sr. of Miss Barbara York, a deputy court and Mrs. Fred Clements, after matter was referred to a recently -

Chuck Pell Jack Sherrod, Kirby Pahokee, observed and took an act- clerk, in charge. which they will attend a medical ,named airport liaison 'committee -

Mole, Mead Maxwell Pat :Maxwell ive part in flying and support Criminal matters needing atten- convention in Daytona.. Beach. for coordination with county

Buddy Culberson, r Walter' Parker>> phases of operations at the Tacti- tion will be handled by Assistant - planning and zoning departments -

Ronnie Bracewell, Lewell Hughes, cal Air Command base during themonthlong County Solicitor Billy Jackson, Johnny Smith arrived Wednes- and other representatives

Becky Mackey; Alice Hurt, Junior encampment period.A who maintains office hours here day for a visit with his parents interested in the acquisition andsale !

Rios Keith Padgett, Timmy Gillis. member of the AFROTC unit twice weekly on the regularly- Mr.: and Mm. R. T. Smith. He of the airport land.

and Ted Butler.CELEBRATE at Duke University, he will be scheduled court days. plans to attend the Worlds Fair In other action, the board auth

before returning to his studies at ,, its department to notify
eligible for a commission as an i orised legal
Air Force second lieutenant upon Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss the University of Florida In :the'FAA that funds from the

ANNIVERSARY left Sunday for Gainesville Gainesville. sale electrical distribution
completion of AFROTC trainingand Julia :Mathis of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Ca- -
graduation from college. where they will visit Mrs. system at the airport-wanted by

nal Point celebrated their GOth The cadet is a graduate of Asheville :Mclntoah's daughter, and family, Terryl Echols ru* returned to the Florida Power and Light eo-

wedding anniversary yesterday (N. C.) School for Boys. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stubbs. They her home after a week's visit with will be used ,for capital improvements !
Ga. her cousins :Mr. and :Mrs. Winn in
August 6-with members of their also plan to visit in Clayton, 'st the airport.

immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith accompanied before returning. to Pahokee. Naples; and Ft..Myers.- .! .-_ .. \

by her parents, Mr. and - *- 'andchildren ;
Harold Jones returned to bis Mrs. W. S. Cross are vacationing Mr. and Mrs. KeD Hood and fam- Mr.: and Mrs. Harry Brooks El- Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Young for Maryland
returned home after a vacation arbee plan to leave Wednesday left :Saturday
to have
in Clewiston after being the at Lake Lure, N. C. They plan Uy 'rel
'i' will visit her
North Caro- where they
South Carolina and Geor- for a vacation trip to
f .. guest of his grandmother'Mr*. C. visit Mr. Smith's mother at Douglas -. *: '
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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438

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roam at will, also bad' a warningfor a
Southern farmers: "Before you
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engage extensively in raising .
r sheep, exterminate the dogs. Shoot
them, tax them to deathanywayto
1 I get rid of them. Sheepand dogs

will not prosper together. The dogs .
IrllOOII may but the sheep will not." SCHOOL
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I t AUGUST 17 thru 28
There is now available a report
which presents detailed national t
statistics on the social and eco-

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, Florida nomic ian male characteristics population. Based of the on civil-the I I CANAL POINT

r THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE"REGION HOME OF 1960 Census of Populatlo.., d...,
arj included on mobility status, CHURCH
THE EVERGLADES: NEWSServing :rears completed, material BAPTIST _
fcta.:..j, family characteristics anal

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without relationship employment stat; I i c
weeks worked in 1959, major o.. 8:30A.M. 11:30 A. M.
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years ,
cupation group, income in 193d,
Established March 11, 1924;* Published Every Friday and tenure and value of housing 1

Subscription Price $2.OO Year In AdvanceThe unit. Generally, separate statistics
are presented for war veterans and ,
EVergIade News ILl Ehtered at the Post OfficeIn
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter veterans of peacetime service and -
for total and non-white veterans. and Fun.

Paul Rardin .' .. Owner, Editor, Publisher Copies of this report may be purchased
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I U. S. Department of Commerce I EVERY CHILD WELCOME I I If '
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THE Building according to Marion A.I,|I..

Leonard, Director. The price is; >
FARM 70 cents per copy. I !( ;'W II .uII V.&IJUI .u.&IW IJUIIW.&II..u.&I I V..lI'-V.&I'-V.&I 1 V..IIW. V..II .II"&I .

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A nationally-known feed company carry disease from old to young I
Phone 924-5511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade X
presented recently in its sales where losses will run high. "' ". -
promotion publication a messageof 6. Use That Breeding Animal 11' "
interest to every farmer.It Right Away being In a hurryto i> SALES and SERVICE .
is titled "Ten Proven Waysto use new breeding stock
Lose Money." Here it is, slightly without a sufficient period of iso- -:. :. Heating Air ConditioningAppliances 31MlCrl :

revised to conserve space: lation can be costly. When a proper .

Records-When 1. Just Keep you're a Few losing Sketchy mon- period without of disease isolation developing has elasped it is .> ..:14v1.r>tY*Y .:ttYr-.d .. +. ,. .... :. ;.4Yr c).i>4Mf1> t<14Y..>..>. ..:..>9..>__>_+

ey you'll never know why or how. generally safe to introduce new __ .. __" __.___. __. _ _______ ____ _h___ __ _
Complete records will tell you how animals into your herd.

you're doing. They'll help, too, 7. Let The Building Stand Emp-
when you need financing. ty Buildings and equipment rep-
2. Buy The "Bargains" You resent an investment. The busier

may be lucky now and then and you can keep them, the more dol-
get by, but in the' long run you're lars they'll return to you. Build-

not likely to get topgrade results ings and equipment don't make .
unless you start with the best. money for you while they're IdTe. "

3. Don't Bother About Market 8. Cut Corners On Progress . "
;'t' Which of these {
Trends-It may sound like a chore If you start with a production *
to keep up with market trends and program, don't be careless in car- .'
forecasts, but unless you do you rying it out or take shortcuts in
won't be able to plan production recommended techniques. Lazy are the best tools

so you can sell at the best price. management reduces profit. !

.4. Don't Worry About A Little 9. Don't Vaccinate Every Time '

Spilled Feed If you took the -You may have gotten by foawhile' \ for washing dishes? ,
trouble to prevent every bit of
but it's a gamble. Sooneror 1
Waste you'd probably be able to
later you may lose and in a big
increase conversion efficiency only way. It's cheaper in the long run, P'
small amount unit but for (!) !
a per and safer, to follow ''a> regular disease I
large numbers it would add up to prevention program.

a good-sized saving at the end of a 10; Hire A Deadbeat To Run It 70

year. For You Poor management can
5. Keep All Ages Of Animals At
wipe out every penny of potential
The Same Time If you must gets
profit before an operation
have different ages,,do it on a sys- off the ground. The answer: Get a
tematic basis, separate the age good manager or run it yourself.
groups and route your work traffic .. . .
from to old don't
young so you Down here in the Southeast no

. . one has ever been much interestedin ,
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raising, sheep. In Florida our
population of woolles" is so small

as to be insignificant. ,
fU.S. Savings Bonds I was interested therefore to

find'articles on sheep in two publications -
have- helped tfie that came recently to; my "

desk oa the sara day.One..passed !
American people to on to me as a relic of the past; was : .1

the September.:) .1898 issue' of. the"Soulheni' i

become a nation? of ,Cultiyator and Dixie ; .
Farmer." The other was the June
savers" : 1964 issue of' "Electricity on tho
8M.1' \ : Ml: MoHW ft KMIli" *;, In the year-old publication an . '
PresMttit, American Battsmr"Swings Ohio correspondent urged South- ...
XssHNatlea. eastern farmers to get. Into the "
Bonds'hav o,1.1 i ..taimportant and "build an
sheep up None of
part la preserving.* to 1rt. reward tndl- industry that'wiD be profitable
d1{ i initiative; the farmer and of inestimable ben- ...
,E't' in .a4dftiori Savin*.1.1f. efit to all the people of the1 Southern ...
" l.,. ft ...,., rov'K States." vfJertatnty! not rta-1: -if shoUld' never be plunged-Into h0Ldtehwatar. < 4 -'
ttasrof'for'" tke'"-' imp..tanI'oattiAtr trine.1th.rlives In, the "Electricity" issue under Nos. 2 to' 10? Throw 'em away.T.ftf/tJ\!/ \ (. DrbbH .
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-I- the title "Sheep Can be Profitably" 'I,._ waatt into an electric. waste disposer. B.. Put1.dirty' dfehes!' pots' ""
Raised in,, the Southeast is a report "
I..- oankers These eveWwher a e the:reason*""aid *1 1ii p,, on a project being carried on and;parti> 'toto art autotH itlc' electric dlshw lshet..C. Go spend some'time'wittytamely : : '

their' paA in J tkte, StvHttM by a staff member of the Clemson . Ready Kilowatt will scrub, wash, sanitize and dry your. :.

(: Bonds Program add wbv: tbtr. University. (formerly College) experiment dishes far,better,,easier,and cheaper thin *.-ou ever could usinghatidsatid .
''i 1 .ittMriean Bankers' Assoaatien. ; ..
o'' pled ss its continued. support.": station. other obsolete dishwashing "tools". And v\ith the new Iow electric rates,, '
. I I His assignment: Take over be a he'll'do,rt at little or no extra cost. Sec you electric appliance lefot. .
farm and show that sheep can y :
f raised economically in the South contractor today.FLORIDA1 ". '. '
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South Carolina he concludes it can ....:'.,Y'
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I r- PERSONAL----( :N NEWS E S NOTESMrs. : s:] daughter Gail North ble'nests Bryant and Gainesville-of,South Mr.Linda Mrs.were and All,Lon and and Mrs.Star the Miss Wilson attended John weekend football Wom-Paula and the I Better Asked Homemakers By:EducationFor Economist sponsible mended makers company.on Browne the writing to consumers.keep market.Dr. that challenged Informed to puts.the She a president poor and recom home-then product ofa

--------------I One of the nation's leading home work through every available
F. F. Burr is vacationing Mrs. Leila Davis was honored game. better
economists has called for channel to get the action that will
IOn the West Coast of Florida this with a surprise party on her 82nd, Mrs Paul Tillery spent Thurs- education for homemakers.Dr. help correct the Ills of society.

week. birthday Monday night at her day of last week in Ft. Myers where Margaret C. Browne, director . .

Mr. and Mrs. Al Belcher left home, by her daughter, Mrs. Allle I she visited her daughter Sissy. of the division of home economics -
for a week's vacation at Mae Watson. Cake and punch were who attends school there. : for the Federal Extension R'pert Mock, Jr., has returned
Sunday served to the thirty friends and has business trip to Jackson-
Service, said this week, "It from a
N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery spent
relatives attending the celebration.Mrs. I always seemed a sad commentaryon ville.
Fred Clements'left I this past weekend at Palm Beacn
and Mrs.
Mr. our sense of values that we
T. Glisson of Bainbridge Shores. -. -
for Fernandina Beach. should have educationin
Ga., is the guest of her mother, lieve one
fThey will reside there for a few Mrs. Leila Davis. Dr. and Mrs. Bill Gist and son order to be a plumber or a beau
weeks before leaving for Arkansas Bill, Jr., returned this weelrcnd tician or an electrician or a me-
A&M: college where they will at- Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Willis are from several weeks' vacation. chanic-but it isn't necessary in & economy lOdel
tend school. sight seeing at the World's Fair in order to be a wife and mother." W sowing machinebYSINGER
New York this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk and most 1.
that f
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Willis returned :.......,iy spent the weekend in Miamias Dr. Browne believes
this weekend from a week's va- Mrs. Jerry Grimes spent the the guests of FliP Sgt. Glenn of our social problems would dis
cation at Sarasota Beach. weekend in Pahokee before return- Blocker and family. appear if every child could grow ..
f ing to her studies at the Universityof up in a family atmosphere that $5950
Miss Kathleen Spencer arrived Miami where she is working to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley left fulfilled his needs for love, intel
"' Friday for several days visit with attain her Masters degree. Sunday for a vacation tour of lectual and physical growth, discipline '
her parents, air and Mrs. Jack North Carolina They plan to be and moral values. l J'
I Spencer. Mrs Ralph Johnson has returned gone three weeks. Homemaking education, Dr.
from several weeks' visit with Browne says, can help in solving
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sanders returned Mercantile Co.
her parents in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley returned such critical present day problems Glades
Friday from a week's vacation from several week's '
Friday !
as school dropouts and delin- 255 SOUTH LAKE AVE.
I visit with relatives in Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Simonds vacation in Colorado and the West.
Myers. Jr., are vacationing in the Great quency.She homemakers to be- t. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Smoky Mountains of North Carolina Bob Meyer returned to his home urged :,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sanders left from a business trip to Fairfax, S. come better informed and more re

I Tuesday for a visit with relatives C., and Colquitt, Ga., this week. ,
in Orlando. They plan to return Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey will li'R'''t''i'; l\'fi 71 : ,ItrlfjltITit7'i,:1"A""IIt"A"!
'.this weekend. return to their home this week Mrs. Nellie Reuter Is' the house
from a visit with her mother at guest of Mrs. Alma Hardy in West Visit Fine IslandFOR
Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman
Palm Beach.
f Spring Hill, Kan. PRINCE
nnd their children left Saturday
f afternoon for Jupiter and a visit Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Mcll- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hooks are r
..with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and wain of Fort Lauderdale were the vacationing on the East Coast of Fis -ing: Vacation I PAHOKEE, FLA.

f ,Mrs. Harold Brown. Mr. and Mrs. recent guests of his parents, Mr. Florida this week. * fBURNHAM
Zimmerman returned Saturday -
and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain.
r morning from a trip to West End, CARD OF THANKSWe INNAir j SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
Bahamas. Miss Ethel Ida Johnson has returned AUGUST 9.10.11"ADVANCE
home following a four week wish to extend our sincere Conditioned Efficiencies i

'. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Watson left counselor training program at the appreciation to all of Skipper's I
$35 wk. for 2 TO
friends and who kind peopleFree
Tuesday for a week's visit with Palm Beach Council Girl Scout ours were so
relatives in Thomasville and Pel- Camp Welaka in Jupiter.Dr. to us during our tragic and shock- Boat Ramp I THE REAR"
ham, Georgia. They wit be joined ing loss of our loved one. We can- Restaurant Nearby
there by S-Sgt. Roger Watson of and Mrs. Richard Lane and not express in words our true appreciation I GLENN FORD, STELLA
son, Steve, are vacationing in for kindness and STEVENS & MELVYN
k I:' Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana, who your Phone OW 8-9851
will accompany his parents home North Carolina. They were Joined deep personal feelings for our DOUGLASgShlttZrsr
St. James Fla.
t for a two week visit. there by their daughter, Linda great loss. City,
who has been attending Camp Calvin, Wava, Ann, (Near Fort Myers)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson Merrimac. Jerry, Terry Peacock I Z V I"'V I V IWA
returned to their home in Tampa

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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagetn 4 'ao"s94'i""+ y.x\ b. S 3 + t "b. J
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HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new

CB home. 3 br 2 bath, completely -

furnished, $4,000 cash including
owner's equity and furniture. Balance -
like rent. Also FOR SALE' :

CO acres of muck land on the old
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Pricereduced.

See or call Dan Carpenter -

Realtor. Telephone 4-7153: residence -
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Stratton engine with 6 to 1 J a .r :

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around the farm that you don't "' ''\ "" io v we-tegariUCS' !Of
need? A $1.00 classified will acquaint enable their take peak loads in full.stride. Top: performers too 'I: : .i!.'..
many folks with it and In aU $ "t $: #.tractors to : : ? :

probability' you'll sell it. Just write I"* : 4 ginryour>car'or,truck. Standard Diesel Fuel:-its unfailing, purity' and .,? \_:: 'W; / '
out ad "
your enclose a dollar bill :
.and we'll do the rest. The Everglades ''' highai" | utionquality;: assure complete combustion, full hard-working power. ',&if ':>.
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'The Everglades News, Canal Point '
$la. We take better care of your equipment .':;.

FOR SALE: New and used awn- '" ff-l/i '.. fl. .
Ings and storm panels-weather ;; r\\ "<,, t'
-Control. Fort Lauderdale, Phone ; '
M. I. KEEN Agent >
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JTOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM Canal Point Floridap /" ., ...
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Free men have never gone In much for silence. own family's future, you're helping Uncle

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: in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for But you speak every bit as surely. And every ;- I, .,I""

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.'PdgeBlx: 1-i'be'JDy' ''> redg9bdeahf W .'Canal'Point.)CToHda'.33438 n _'F1 day'kU 4st $ 4

Livestock men contend that ,a big i
: Cattle I Imports increase in beef imports in recent

years was to blame. But the ad-

11 News Of The Churches I Cause Price Drop play ministration only a minor argues part.that A imports major

factor, it says was a sharp expan-
WASHINGTON The John- sion in cattle production in this

5;.,--C .son AdmJnlatraUpn..*Js.. 4oqkJnff to country.

The MethoistChurch|! #iOly, Nathpj :i .h keeChyJ.e ; IKc house"a*longhand to reverse!!some-what'blt aJSendte'selbackin *- -grown-In Che-past,to record-high:six years herds levels have and

I1 Canal Point'TFlorida J paltQhurchFPahpkee -. ""Nazarene ter battle it has been waging with the end is not in sight.

!: ,the cattle industry over meat imports I Critics also blame the adminis
f>Etiy dautU! Jo .sJ'U(. r
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor and .a sharp decline in beef tration's feed grain program which
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Lossing-, VicarSUNDAY 433 ;Bacom ;Pplnt tR4.! prices. tended to hold corn priies lower
10:00: a. m.-church School I : fhone,024-7528 '*P. O.'!Box<882 The Senate paased'by' 72-15 vote than they otherwise might have
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11:00 a. zn.-Morning Worship 1O:a.;}1.-Bunday School SUNDAY: ',$ERVICS: Tuesday a bill which :would cut been-thus encouraging the heavy
6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 1 I i.l:;00 a. m. -Worship Service 9:45: a.:.'fn.-Sunday.,School back imports of :beef 'veal and feeding of cattle and production of
. 11:00,a. in.-Sunday Worship
k 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship lamb 'nearly'30 rper cent below last a large tonnage of beef.
6:30: 'p. m.--Juniors '
MONDAY: South Side:Church 7:00: p. 'pl.SuncSayEveJdng year. Both Florida Senators voted 'I Only part of the decline in cat-
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir .practice for the Bill. tle prices has been passed on to
'Of ChristBelle Evangelistic Service
r WEDNESDAY: The House has''yet to act upon consumers in the form of lower retail -
2nd MONDAY: the import quota'bill. ;Administration prices.
from 7:30 Midweek
Gldde across p. m.- Prayer
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class,meet-' Rd. 80 officials are ''fairly ''confidentthat The administration holds that
Bowling Alley on meeting.
ingTUESDAY the house will notpass it. legislated restrictions on beef im-
.0:00 a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but
j';: : : Sermon The'measure is being pushed by ports are not needed and would be
l1OO.a. m.- once/
' ,, ,{ 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society. 6:3O p.''m.-Evening Service ;-...-.. the :American beef cattle industry embarassing to the government incurrent
,, !,'! 1st Tuesday.WEDNESDAY which Is politically strong in many trade negotiations at
6:30 p.'m.-Wed. Bible Study
.'f.t' 'v., : .-. ...- Church:Of God, states because it is the largest Geneva.

:iw.. .". 7:30 p. m.-Prayer ,Meeting Barf ield'Highway_ single element from an income This country id trying to persuade -
Peter's Lutheran
'''1j: mt m St.
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'. standpoint in agriculture.The : other nations to lower their
,:, ,. :First Methodist Church, Belle Glade ''Pahokee, Fla. administration on the other tariffs and reduce or eliminate im-
hand opposes the measure and has port quotas and other restrictionson
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\. ( ':Church, Pahokee August Koerber, Pastor J.W.Phone Hughes 024-373tt Minister indicated I President Johnson would world trade.It .
: 601 W. Lake Rd.,.Belle Glad veto it if it should pass both says a quota measure is not
;f John A. Briley, Pastor SUNDAY: Houses. needed because the big beef ex-
0:40: a. m.-Sunday School
'SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M. The controversy began with a porters Australia New Zealand
'' 9:45: a. m.-church School School 9:45 A. 1C. 11:00 a. m.-:-Morning Worship, decline in cattle prices which started Ireland and Mexico-have entered
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I mum 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- in January, 1963. 'Prices were into voluntary agreements to cut

Y' ' 6:45 p. m.-MYF The Church Of God vice'UESDAY down nearly 30 per cent by Mayof back shipments to this country to
_;. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship : this year. Many cattlemen suffered about the level proposed in the
rUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 7:3O p. m.-Prayer Service financial losses-a fact upon senate-approved bill.
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road THURSDAY: which both the administration and But the' cattle industry and con-
ticeWEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.Youth for Christ the industry agree. gressional backers of the quota

i : John H. Kinard, pastor Service. . Earlier cattlemen had aroused bill argue that the livestock industry -
7:45 p. m. Mid-week' devotions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School administration ire by helping to needs greater protectionthan
; 11:00: a. m.-Preaching: Service First Baptist defeat White House-sponsored would be provided by volun-
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service I legislation which would have given tary agreements.
ticeChurch 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Church, Pahokee I the agriculture' department .
. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I' authority subject to a producer Mrs. Marshall Lair and daughter. -
Everyone welcome. Special music Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor referendum, to extend controls to Miss Dottie Lair are vacation-
Of Christ and singing. SUNDAY: the livestock Industry.The ing at Luverne and Mobile Ala.,
. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School core of the present conflictIs where they will be the guest of
r r't 125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00: 'a. m.-Morning Worship an argument over what caused I Mrs. Lair's mother Mrs. C. W.
,' '; Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship'' the sharp break in cattle prices Howell and other relatives.
: 6:30: ,p. m.-Training Union
Belle Glade Fla. Baptist Church
; 1
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart Pastor 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service

.... 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: .
'.',;, 7:30: 'p. m.'-Evening Worship 9:45 a. zn.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev.

$'! I WEDNESDAY Y 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
. {roo, 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study 6:30: p. m.-Training Union CAREER WORKSHOPAugust
'i .. _. ( Jonathan L. Wolf)
,. 7:30 p. m.-Evening". , Pahokee Lions.Club
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\1t t,.lit'.\'' ". BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30 p. in.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY .SCHOOL Building.9:45.: a. m. 17 thru 28 7-10 p. m.
PREACHING-11OO a. m. and
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SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. n+.
::1 I WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. CANAL POINT

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St. Mary's Catholic: BAPTIST CHURCHAll

r ChurchFather

MORTGAGELOAN'S Francis Fennech Pastor Youth and Young: People
Sunday Mass11:30 a. m.
Confessions before Mass

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Courtship and Marriage =: Display of
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College Bulletins Representatives
Lester,Iepms ,, .r
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SUNDAY. : of,Business, JWJ ,,;Science to lead
Everglades Federal: has ample funds ( '9:45,a. m.-Sunday'School
11:00: a. m.-Morning: ,Worship.
(. :J teJ.'. st..Gtntters
6:30p.: m. --.B. 1'.'C. .r jit. ;

,, ,,v ready and available 1 for .liberal. ", low 7:30,p. m.- Evening Worship. .

". TUESDAYS.73O p. m.-Choir: practice. !1J," Jik. .... It'r .

ii' \t. cost mortgage loans. Whether your WEDNESDAY: J
I. ,. ,7:30'p.- I "":"*tei.. -Midweek Prayer. \ .. ._ .

,:.::, \. plans are to buy, build; modernize 'fHURSDAY:-Every Service.other week. .

7:30 p, m.Ladies Auxiliary

:::.. repair; have 'your "hom, -town" savings . j .Meeting.- Monday Cattle Sales

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and loan assist you. ,Christian Science
Group Of Canal Point Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

which is owned and operated by more than 120

.>, Using "Spirit" as a name for Florida .Cattlemen.
i God, the Christian Science Bible
Lesson Sunday will explore how I :You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
EvergladesSavings Fe $ } the of Spirit bring ,harmony
-Into'human affairs. at this Market. We make an effort at all times to I .

Bible readings will include this give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give

And Loan Association description: "The ,fruit of the us a trial.SALES. I
Spirit is love Joy peace longsuffering. -
t- gentleness. ,, goodness' faith, .8.1 8 8 1 81, 8.8 81 .11. 811
i : ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND meekness temperance: against
'{ LOAN INSURANCE CORP. such there is no law" (Gal. 5). EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
Among selections from "Science,.
f and Hea1tbwlth Key",to the Scrip
t ". Let Your Money Earn 4V % Payable tures" ,by JCary :Baker.' Eddy will Glades; Livestock Market ,
Mortals must
.. be the following: .
L Semi-Annually gravitate Godward. Jhelr affections ASSOCIATIONOn
I and alms grow spiritual.
they must near the broader In- Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

terpretations of being and. gain Phone WY:, 630Z8
r' some proper sense of ''the infinite.; 4
-In order that sin and mortally
t may be put off (p. 269))

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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones.

you own now are better than everQ ,

:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond.
You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
. A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into
.I $25.00 fourteen montlui faster than the old rate.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide :'
.. Your savings increase faster, because Bonds income for living expenses,while E Bonds build a
.:.... your nest egg for the future. That's why retired ,' ; ft" just 7 years, 9 months. many .;: i .
people hold H Bonds and families saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period ,chfld's education, buy ..Bonds.Q .
stays the same but more interest is paid you each
.. six months.With both:E and H Bonds the'Dew.rate :In what denominations can I buy series B and series
works out to.2f$%for.the first year and a'half; then H Bonds?
r. a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. As. B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
:\':. Q:When did the new rate become: effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500
A: June, 1959. (cost $37 .00), $1,000 (cost $750.00).
$10,000 (cost$ .00).
) Q:Does the new rate change; the Bonds bought before H Bonds: $500, $1,000, *5 OOO! and $10,000. They ,
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'Friday, August 7, 1964
i Eight The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33438

computed" Miles notes "the sav-' ocean to prevent saltwater intrus pected to cost $381 mlllon which

Ings to the State of Florida would. ion. Three giant water conserva- means that under the present
be astronomical." |I ion areas in Palm Beach, Browardand estimate it will be returning bene-

n Your Fut While the entire project is only Dade Counties, covering some fits of $1.6 billion to the taxpayers.The .
1,345 square miles, are In opera-
40 percent completed, studies by new book just off the press
both the U. S. Corps of Engineersand tion.The gives a history of the flood ori-
the District show that $85 new history also presents
million in flood damage has already three construction maps showing trol problems dating back to 1928
been prevented. In short, the f work completed, or under con- and it is liberally sprinkled with
booklet points out, benefits already struction, at the end of the first pictures showing conditions priorto
returned by the project are run- five year period, second' five years construction, under construc-
ning far ahead of the $174 million and the present time. conditions following
tion, and land ,
spent so far. The book notes that in 1949 the I

After only 15 years Corps ,of .,Engineers first mappedout completion of of some the FCD of the booklet works.;,
I the FCD is now operating 11 plans, for the District; they Copies ,"
Years of Progress maybe
each $1 spenta
estimated that for
pumping stations, more than.1,300miles at FCD headquarters -
obtained free
60 of $2.05 would be returned.
of canals and levees, over sum West
n;. 901 Evernia Street,
This ,the Corps took another ,
major spillways and dams, plus year I the Central -
several hundred secondary water look and found that,for every dollar Palm Beach, or by writing
r ;7.g8 Y5'f control'' structures. Salinity control spent the project,is already returning and Southern Florida Flood
District P. O. Box
structures have also been '''built in $4.20 in benefits. I Control
Beach, Florida.
all FCD canals leading to the The completed, Project is ex- I West Palm

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I en. Ripe honeydews feel waxy or
Cantaloupes May
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Be Chosen By Its honeydew aroma at the blossomend.

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Looks SmellThe Station
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smells is the most reliable teat for Benefits Showing

ripeness in a cantaloupe or a i' AND RESTAURANTHSITEt
honeydew melon From FCD Program I
In Selecting cantaloupe, market-
ing specialists with the Florida
Agricultural Extension Service Benefits already received are

suggest that you look at the stem running far in excess of expenditures ,. =--=
end. If it's smooth and slightly for the 18-county Central '; -=-=-=
idented' it's ready to eat. .i .
and Southern Florida Flood Con- ,, ,. -"
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out in bold relief all over the sur- FCD. = ",... ,
face of the melon. The background The new booklet summing up the ':
between the corky gray netting : FCD construction program to data
should be turning light yellow. shows that more 'than $200 million : I.Lease'
I A mature cantaloupe has a distinct in benefits have' been received =-
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But feeling the blossom end of a 1949. And these benefits take
cantaloupe to find out whether it into consideration only those of
is ripe is not a sure test for rip- flood damage prevention and land _-
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have bruised and pinched it. that the $200 million does not Include -
Don't shake a melon to see if the such benefits as replenish-I '
seeds are loose. The seeds may ment of the underground, well T "V LOCATED ON
rattle because other people have fields that supply water for homes
shaken it. businesses and industries; preven-
1 In the case of honeydew the tion of salt water intrusion; new
melon's skin color changes from : opportunities for public recreation,

green. to creamy white- -as -they-.-rip--.'-etc.-"If---these---benefits----- could -be = Muck City Road --
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