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 14, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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).

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Baiting Birds Is We're I On VacationAt One-Third Of Fla. William Plumer, Jr. Membership Is UpFor4HYouthWork

Everglades NewsIf Completes Course

Still Illegal City Employes On .
live reading matter comes upa MYRTLE BEACH, S. C.-Cadet
little short in this week's paper, William S. Plumer, Jr., of Paho-
think nothing of it. We're on Va- Payrolls Of 4 Cities kee the U. S.
TALLAHASSEE Attracting recently completed 4-" goes to town!
cation. The News officeis
Everglades 1 Air Force Reserve Officer Train
fresh water fish by baiting or lur- closed and those of us who sweat 1 i 1I I AFROTC en The national leadership programfor
ing Corps ( ) summer
ing is perfectly legitimate in Flor- 50) weeks in the year producingthis Some 43 thousand Floridians campment at Myrtle Beach AFB, 4-H youth development which
ida waters, but don't try the same great palladium of the family work for the State's 366 municipal \ I S. C. I began primarily in rural areas
for game birds or animals as the fireside are yonder on a creek governments and their monthly Cadet Plumer, son of Mr. and now reports a majority of its mem-
practice is illegal, according to A. bank enjoying our favorite past- j' payrolls total $14 million, accord Mrs. William S. Plumer, Sr. of bers live in urban or suburban
D. Aldrich, director Game and time. ing to report. on public employ Pahokee, observed and took an active neighborhoods. According to the
Fresh Water Fish Commission. If everything goes according to ment as of October 1962 publishedby I part In flying and support National 4-H Service Committee,
"Under certain conditions at- schedule the office of this news- the U. S. Commerce Depart- !. phases of operations at the Tactical 52 per cent of 4-H members are
tracting fish through baiting can paper will be open and ready for j ment's Bureau of the Census. I Air Command base during tho from non-farm locations.
make the difference between an Fall]'s business to start on August : Marion A Leonard, Director of month-long encampment period. 1 Aiding In the spread of 4.11 from
ordinary day's outing and a succes- 19. So, should you dial our phone the Depattment's Field Office !4n A member of the AFROTC unit farm to city have been Junior lead-
ful fishing trip. Actually baitingfish and there is no answer, please remember Miami says: that the 1960 U S. : at Duke University, he will be I ers, experienced 4-H'ers who as-
Is as old as the hills but It is that we are on that well- census counted almost 3' million: eligible for a commission as an I I sume responsibilities for helping
surprising how many fishermenare deserved vacation. people, or almost three-fifths of Air Force second! lieutenant upon others.!! The program, sponsored by,
not familiar with the process. Florida's Inhabitants living In completion of AFROTC trainingand the Sears-Roebuck Foundation\ '
While many of the old baiting 4-H Clubbers Make I these 366 communities. Four of th. I I graduation from college. an activity easily adapted to either
methods are still In use, the prac- most populous cities Miami ((291 I I The cadet is n. graduate of Asheville I' city or rural living.
tice has taken on a modern look 68S), Jacksonville ((201,030)), Tam (N. C.) School for Boys Recognition awards for superior
with some of the new commercialfish Meal Menu At Home pa ((274,970)), and St. Petersburg . achievement 'will be claimed this!
foods," Aldrich said. ((181,298)), accounted for 25 percentof year by scores of 4-H'ers throughout -
Attracting fish follows two gen- the' State's urban population. In Social Security To I' the state. They consist of
eral methods. The first of which Is Imgaine not having to worry October 1962, they accounted for gold-filled medals, an all-expense
to provide suitable habitat to at- about what to buy at the groceryor 36 percent of the employment an'l trip to the 'National 4-H Club Con-
tract minnows and small fish what to serve for the next meAl! I 141 percent of the payrolls of the Be Boosted 5 Pct. r.eAIi. and an opportunity to compete -
which in turn attract larger fish. While they may not be completely entire, 366 municipal governments.At for one of 12 national leader-
In bodies of water with limited without problems, nearly 169! the other end of the populationscale j ship scholarships of $500 each.
plant growth, :the construction of ,000 '4-H Club members can plan: 222 cities each with 2,500 or : WASHINGTON The' Hotimpissed Participants make definite plan
brush piles has proven to be an nutrition: meals made from food less inhabitants, accounted for 6 : legislation that would give I to help others; in choosing projects,
aid to attracting fish with direct stored right In their own homesall I percent of the 1960 urban popu- I a 5 per cent raise to the 20 mill fulfilling requirements and completing -
benefits to the fishermen.The year round. ,: lation,, and' for 4 percent of the em- lion retired or disabled' workers, records. This second system of attracting These young cooks participate in ployment and 2 percent of the pay- widows and children who receive growth and development of the
fish isby" actual feeding. This the national 4-H Food Preservation ,I rolls in October 1962. I social security payments.A teen-age leaders as well as expan-
i( baiting is usually with ,cotton seed awards program sponsored tav" Together! Miami, Jacksonville! 338-8 roll call vote sent the son of ,the club program.MIOI"
meal, soy bean meal, or with a the Kerr Glass Manufacturing;;; Tampa and St. Petersburg, em- bill to the Senate.If Junior'' leaders' find they "must 1
commercial fish food. While this Corporation which for '36 straight. ployed 15,214 persons full time and the Senate approves'the' meas continually be'' alert and ready 'to '
feeding method attracts minnowsand years has supported 4-H. 487 part time, or 15,392 full-time ure, the additional benefits estimated go with new ideas" as one state '
small fish, the food value *>f This year In cooperation wltii., equivalent employees; while the to total $925 million annually winner put'' It. Working with those
the bait also attracts some of the the Extension Service, the program 222 small city governments had j will begin flowing two months who are learning by example provides -
larger panfish and catfish. i is broadened to include the freez- 1,141 full-time equivalent em- after a bill is signed. a challenge to set an accep
b Fish do have a tendency to con- ing as well as canning of foods. ployees. !I To pay for them, an increase In table pattern. '
gregate as a source of free food Special emphasis is placed on nutrition iS social security payroll taxes!!, InItially Moving into urban areas has
and many fishermen maintain sev- particularly the import a hike of as much as $31.20a caused new projects and activitiesto
eral baited hot-spots for the days ance''' of fruits and vegetables.The year each for employers and employeR be developed. Junior leaders
when the fish don't bite. Caution I :Hers learn to plan for Florida Tobacco would go into effect Jan. 1. were able to voice their needs so
should be I used in distributing fisn family needs which involve can However, some senators plan to u that neW programs could be more!
food so as not to place too muchin ning, freezing and pickling mil- Brings Good Price try'Ito write into the bill a versionof easily tailored tq their situations.. :
one location, otherwise the food lions of jars and packages'of food the health plan for the aged And leaders find it's fun to help: ,,
will sour before the fish have an annually. They tell of the convenience favored by President Johnson. too. "Ever since'I can remember ,
opportunity to use it. of having a variety of food Agriculture Commissioner Doyle I Such a move, if successful, could says: another state. winner, "it ha.
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available in the freezer or on the lead to a Senate-House fight with been my ambition to be above aver-
Conner said this tobac..cocrop
year's ,
pantry shelf. Substantial saving i.nprodictable results In the final age in helping other.' '
FSU President To are reported by preserving quantities was high in quality and th) weeks of the congressional session. County extension agents and
of fruits and vegetables In sales were good. Besides raising benefits the local 4-H leaders can provide more
Head Furman Univ.An I season to be enjoyed' through winter Speaking before a tobacco luncheon .legislation would add present and I Information about.the program.
months. future beneficiaries to the social I
group, including some 1OO; .
Members who satisfactorily complete tobacco growers and chamber of I'I security system which now cover. I Tax Cut Is
"unhealthy climate for edu- a food preservation project | nearly all Americans privately ; Coming
" cational progress" was blamed by are eligible for awards' provided by 1 commerce members from Duval ;I employed.The .
!' Secretary of State Tom Adamsfor Kerr. I and Columbia counties, Conner largest group would consist I: ;'Flood Control rA
.' the resignation of Florida State This fall state winners from said the season:appeared bright de; of persons'now In-their 70s or old- By .
-i' University President Gordon coast to coast will be''treated to an spite adverse weather conditions er who had paid, or whose bread : =- r.
# Blackwell. expense-paid trip to the National .1 which, plagued the crop earlier. winners had paid, some social security 25 percent tax cut has been
1 Blackwell announced his resignation 4-H Club Congress Chicago. Six Conner toured the tobacco market tax during working ,years ordered this year by the Governing
\- to accept the presidency of I state champions will be selected openings in Madison, Jasper, but not enough under present rule Board of the Central and Southern
Furman University in Greenville, I i for national honors and, $50O college Live Oak and Lake City. His to qualify for retirement. The bill Florida Flood Control District.
S. C., affective Feb. 1. scholarships. schedule included visits to market would provide a new minimum More. than two million residents 4'
There was an ,immediate speculation Outstanding county participants in the High Springs area. payment of $35 a month under lib in the '18 counties of the FCD will
scramble 'about the successor receive gold-filled 4-H ,medals recognizing I Conner said although the yield eralized rules estimated to'make' benefit from the new resolution
to Dr. Blackwell at FSU., ,At their achievements. Last I for this years crop of type 14 flue- 600,000 persons, mostly women which reduces the FQD levy,from
least one cabinet member gave his year some 5.70O club members won I cured tobacco' was not as high as eligible.In'to 34 of a mill per dollarof
quick support to a planted rumor a medal for work in the food preservation last year, market managers reported addition, the coverage afforded county property assessments.The .
that Gov. Farris Bryant might get. program, according to a better quality crop. children of deceased workers action was taken Friday in
the job. Bryant's term as governor the National 4-H Service Committee. Conner said 12,700 acres of tobacco would be extended beyond the pres- I, a special meeting of the FCD
were planted this com- (Continu-rt on Page 8))
ends in January. year Board called on) an emergency
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Adams also' klrted on the fringesof pared with 14,000 last year. basis I because the 'final District
one of Dr. Blackw ell's major Bible School At This reduction ,In' acreage reflected Marine W. M. JohnsonJr. millage must be certified to the
problems during his nearly four 10 per cent cut in acreage tax collectors of the 18 counties
the secretarysaid allotment by the U. S. Departmentof Gets Promotion
years at FSU when beginning July 28.
there needed to be a reorgan- C. P. Baptist Curch Agriculture earlier this year, he Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee.
ization of the university system said. ALAMEDA, CALIF. (FHTNC) FCD: Board Chairman, explained
with less interference from the Conner said a'total tobacco pro- -Marine Lance Corporal William I that the action was taken to give
outside. J" The Canal Point Baptist Church duction of some 20.3 million pound M. Johnson, Jr., son of Mr. and relief to Dade County taxpayers In
Adams, however.'proposes aa a will begin their Bible School with was expected this year comparedwith Mrs. William M. Johnson, Sr., of view of the recent state supreme-
part of the answer the establishment preparation day on Friday and 25.8 million pounds last year. Pahokee, was promoted to nil I court ruling which has required :
of another set of supervising continue through Friday August At opening sales best quality present rank on July 1. reassessment of property values'in
J boards--a group of trustees for 28. from 8:80 till 11:30 a. m.. for I lots sold for 65 to 70 cents a pound He is serving' as a member of Dade County.
"each university. girte and boys age 3 thru 13. A I Conner auctioned one lot for 3? the guard at Marine Barracks.I The motion to reduce FCD taxes
.. . Career Workshop win be held each cen JIa.. Naval Air Station Alameda. Calif.|i was made by Robert L. Searle "of
" Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt tare vening: during, this; period for Intermediate -I Flue-cured tobacco production A graduate' of Pahokee High Coral Gable and seconded ,'by H.R. !
pending a three week vacati..tt4n and y zng People beginning .- accounts for more than $14 million School. Corporal Johnson entered '(Jack) Homer of Palm Beach
the mountains of North Carolina. at.7 p. m. thru 10 p. m. I annually for Florida Conner said. the ,Marine in July., 1062. t (continued on *pg ,4) ',

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Friday August 14. 1964
P Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida c--33438 .. -

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Coming: For Terrell


T---- The Florida .'
>B r announced( ,that contributions !
totaling $1041.06 have been! received BIBLE SCHOOL
It for the Glenn Terrell Scholarship I
Fund of The Florida Bar '
1 foundation.The .
scholarship fund was estab- I AUGUST 17 thru 28

lished two years ago on August 2,
1962, as a, tribute to the late justice -
of the Florida Supreme Court.
Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE At the time of Justice Terrell' CANAL POINT;;
death in _.
January 1964 he was :.
LAKE OKEECHdBETE: REGION HOME OFTHE working with a special committal i

of the Florida Bar on details of I CHURCH
EVERGLADES: NEWSServing administering the scholarshipfund. I BAPTIST

Ear president Chesterfield H.
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without Smith, Lakeland recently appointed -
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years the justice's widow, Mrs. Glenn I 8:30 A. M. 11:30 A. M. 1\

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday scholarship Terrell to fill committee.the vacancy Other on the I fc

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe
members of the committee are Stories Handwork
EVerglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Richard T. Earle Jr;., St. Peters- ,
Canal Point Florida as Second Class! Matter burg, and Marshall' R. Cassedy,
Tallahassee. and'Fun.

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher No Scholarships ,have been
awarded from the fund but several
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the two bird increase in the daily applications have been,received for I : EVERY CHILD WELCOME
Outlook Is Good
bag limit. study by the committee... ,
Duck: A small Increase'In the I
for Season HuntingTALLAHASSEE breeding population may offset
spotty breeding conditions. The full BIG DIVIDENDS m l&Li U

flight will depend on the summer
The,outlook rains maintaining water levels in
For a successful, 1964-65 hunting I I areas where the level was low. .e eit> i yi rt.r! Qyt >
season is good. The status of Flor- i Rail: Marsh hen population !is
ida's game birds and animals at good except for the sora roll which
mid-summer may be classified as shows considerable decline. Callin-I
healthy and robust, however, nature ule seem to have had a successful i IJLU
holds the key that will determine hatches and may be found on :
I most Florida lakes. ''
if Florida wildlife passesa
complete fall physical. "It now looks like another good : ;: Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
According to A. D. Aldrich, director season, Aldrich said. "But as
Game and Fresh Water every hunter knows, this Is' a ">
Fish Commission it is difficult to critical time and a great deal depends *
make an accurate forecast at this! on weather conditions from -
time as much wildlife data remains now until fall. We Just never know c Heating Air Conditioning Appliances >
to be gathered and many unfor- until the' summer is over and the ret

seen factors may slip into the hurricane season is past." e/r _h >< 4 >4 *W,; <
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game. With favorable weather and .. -.
suitable habitat, wildlife will gen- -- --
erally replenish Its own and the Sleeping Sickness
hunter may look for a good har-

vest.Deer: More numerous than ever In Minus QuantityJCKSONVILLE

and apparently thriving throughout -
the State. Several
areas report
;that deer are becoming a problem, The State '
:and other previously closed areas Board of Health said today that
will be open to deer hunting for neither in 1963 nor so far this year Which of these '
the first time. has there been any evidence of St. "
Turkey: A good hatch in most Louis encephalitis virus infectionin .'

sections and if the young poults are man, animals or mosquitoes in the best tools
not damaged by'adverse weather, four Tampa Bay counties which are
the wild turkey will again be a experienced a serious outbreak in ..

prime Quail target: Generally for the plentiful sportsmen.with 1962.Dr. James O. Bond, director of : I for washing dishes? ,

,successful early and mid-summer the Encephalitis Research Centerin
-hatches Success of late hatches Tampa, said two positive blood
will probably make the difference tests on wild birds suggested recent 1
.between a high or average harvest.. infection with this virus but t (I' O
Squirrel: The mid-summer statusis that arart from this, the findingsof
good, the full population will de- many examinations indicated 70.t
pend'on the condition of the acorn that the four-county; area-rHills-
and other mast crops. With suit- borough Plnellas, Sarasota and
able hardwood areas the squirrelcan Manatee-Is free of the virus
be expected to hold its own which caused some 200 cases in
''under most conditions. 1962. Dr. Eugene G. Peek, presi-
Dove: A slight overall nation- dent of the board, expressed great
wide increase which U reflected in satisfaction with the, evidence on
the freedom In this area'from St. ,
Louis virus.However .
another ,mosquito- I..

borne virus, that of Eastern Equine.
Savings encephalitis has been,found in the
state. This' infection makes its appearance

.have helped the virtually,every,year ,causing
encephalitis':'!In horses,. a, disease -
American people to commonly known as blind- r

stagger _
become a nation f 'This Eastern Equine virus .has
been isolated this year from horses yr
savers" mosquitoes and birds. Fortunately,
Wie mosquito transmitting it is
Say IlL M. ICONBOB ir'1.; rarely found except in natural

President, American BukeriAuoeiatlon. swamplands.Four #
suspected human cases .
.' Bonds have lull efe
Sav ngs one each in Jefferson, Putman.
None of'em.CertainTy
Important part In preeerrl away
of life which reward mattrfdMeii Hillsborough and Polk counties: 1 1, .'
.. iftltiaUTe. are now under study in laboratories -
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"But in addition: 8ayin&eonds of the board in Jacksonville. -

.') have made it ;easy torten > In preceding years only seven ')' not No. 1-it should never be plunge< Into hot' 'M i ".. ,\
of millions of.AmerteaiU to a .
human cases of this infecton have dishwater. Nos. 2 to 10? Throw \ ':.
'em '
:aHrre for the impbrttoM Mars I I I away. Then: A.- Drop food'!
been identified in Florida all scattered -
Hn their livis."Thge ''waste"fnto an electric waste Disposer. B. Put tftrty! dishes Atsarid 1 ,', ;
in time and
widely place.Dr. :
everywhere'are the,rgtssea are prot)4 h7bankem . Wilson T. Sowder state ', pans,r into an automatic:: electnc.dIshwasher.. C.. G6!speYfrSOim S { 'tfffffe' ,,'

of their part in tae SKvinn I I health officer, said an official report With your family. Reddy Kilowatt will scrub, wash, sanitize and dry your 1 =i:..
Bonds Program and whr-:tHa will be made on completionof dishes far better, easier and cheaper than you ever could using hands and ; ,
American: Bankers Association
pledges its continued opport" the laboratory tests on these other obsolete dishwashing "tools". And with the new low electric rates 'i .t,:
cases. "
haul do it at little or no extra cost. See Uectric! J .
,. "The seriousness of these rare you. : appliance dealer oil, I.,,: ).
human Infections is recognized", plumbing contractor today. .
said. "All living '. .,"" .
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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438

I ; .: r FEiON1L1EWSNOYE1 S SMr. I Tax(Continued Cut Is From Coming Page 1)) :I that Chairman"is the a Dade trend Miles that County said will he reassessment continue hoped 4n- tU'ROTENS daughters. and, Bea Mrs.VACATIONMr. and Lee Kay_ Wroten,,"left Fri and

FCD Vice Chairman. It Is estimated throughout the state" resulting day for a vacation in the Moun-
that Dade values have true or just valuation on an equal-
I .. I property tains of North Carolina. They will
: and Mrs. Bill :Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten and been more than doubled from the ized basis in all counties. He expressed be joined by their son, Allen, who
daughter, Pam, are leaving this daughters, Bea and Kay, spent this 1963 total of $2.3 billion to a new the hope that such u has been attending Camp Ridge-
weekend for Ridgecrest N. C., weekend at Naples where they total of $5,386,000,000 (before t broadening of the tax basis in crest for Boys at Rldgecrest N. C.
tt where they will be Joined by their visited her mother Mrs. Velva equalization of the new roll). I I Florida counties could result In an
Baxter.Mr. "The reassessment in Dado .. _._
sons Bill, Jr., and Larry. They Improved educational system state - -- - - -------- --
plan to spend two weeks camping County," Searle said, "would allow wide.
and Mrs. Paul Tlllery planto
of North Caro- us to collect a much large ,
in the I I Earlier in July at the regular
t' leave this week.for North Carolina -
". sum of money than we have budg- Visit Pine IslandFOR
West Palm
Una. be accompanied to KCD Board meeting in
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eted this year if we did not adjustour "I"
Beach, Searle had commented,
3 Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins and Jacksonville by her mother, Mrs. mlllage." He noted that the
Is because of the stat
will be the impossible
Wroten, who
children are expected to return FCD Board is Interested in
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site:- to adjust the Flood Control FisHng1 Vacation
Mrs. Mae
of her sister,
home this week after a three week guest receiving the same ams'int= of
vacation at Sarasota Beach. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Tlllery will be'y as VIe would have prior to District millage separately in on ... ... .
. important
their at Ridgecrest. county over another It is -
joined son
\ by this Coun-
reassessment in Dade
Dr .and Mrs. F. H. Poteete and I N. C., where he has been attending '.. .. that the next session o INNAir
V the Legislature take into consid- BURNHAM
daughters have returned from !1. The
camp. fact that Dade County's as I
vacation at Water Valley Miss.. eration what has happened ana Conditioned Efficiencies
where visited relatives. John D. Mock of Colqultt, Ga., .l:ssed values have been hiked have some more equitable metho
: they $3 billion would for 2
some this'year wk. peopleFree
returned to his home last week of assessing the District than wo $35
:, Mr. and Mrs. Al Belcher have after a visit with his brother and mean that the FCD would collect now have. This present assessment Boat Ramp
;' returned from a vacation spent at about $3 million more than was of course, creates a hardship in Restaurant Nearby
slstcr-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. C. budgeted in May when the FCD
r. in HendersonvilU. une county against another H
their cottage
N. C.Mr.. Mock. levy maximum.was set at the one mill legal this points out the need for have Phone OW 8-9851
ing a better basis of assessmen.
The District's budget calls for St. James City, Fla.
and WSCS Has Regular than have.
and Mrs. Bill Shirley we now
j' net tax collections of $6,060,000this Searle law (Near Fort Myers)
daughters, Barbara Ann and Jenny was referring the
left last weekend for a two> Monthly Meeting"The year. Ed Dall, FCD Executive I which requires the Flood Contro
p week vacation in North Carolina, Director, told the Board that the District to levy a uniform\ ad val-
U. Abundant Life" was the reduced 3-4 should I
of a mill levy
and Tennessee. They attended th orem tax at the same millaga in
name of the program presented by still produce the needed ,060.000 th
I dosing of Camp Crest- every county regardless of ,
program Elmer Maxson at the l b "\ 'lm'iir; 'I nff :'[::
t Mrs. general because of the much larger DadeCounty ::.
ridge for Girls and were joined varying levels of property assessments :
the WSCS of Canal
of roll.
I there by their daughters, :Marilyn in the separate counties.
Point Methodist Church The While Dade County taxpayers
who have been attend.
and Claudia,
for the past five weeks. meeting was held at the home of will save over $3 million this year PRINCE THEATRE
-. ing camp Mrs. C. B. Stringari, Tuesday because of the tax slash, they will
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson night. Prior to the program tho still 'pay about $1.7 million more PAIIOKEE. FIwV.
and Cathy left Monday for North business meeting was conducted by than in 1933 when Dade propertieswere economy modelawing I
Carolina where they will meet Mrs. Donald Kepp, president, and assessed,, nt less than 50 per- machinebySINCER

their children, Jimmy and Beverly, opened with prayer bv Rev. Baug- cent of just value. : SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
: who have been attending camp at her. Mrs. Earl Maxson reported The FCD tax cut will mean sayings -
Rldgecrest, N. C. on her trip to the State Conferenceand in 17 other counties this yeat:: I AUGUST 16-17-18
the group"voted to discontinue! estimated at: Brevard, $99,000: ... I
Mrs. Curtis Miners and Mrs. Le-- the. secret sister exchange of gif ta. Broward, $414,000; Glades, $1,45O; $5950 I "THE PATSY"
I roy Miners plan to leave this week- The resignation of Mrs. Leonard TTendry. 55240: : HI hhnds. $4.O81: .
end for Ridgecrest N. C. They will Maxson as secretary of SpiritualLife I Indian River, $21.700; Lee $24,000; II
be accompanied home by their was accepted In September, Martin, ,$30,600; Monroe, $185; l J JCRKY LEWIS AND
:; sons, Allen, Steve and Doug, who the meeting will be held at the Ot-o? hobee. $2.980; Orange, $36- I JiE NANVYNN

have been attending Camp Ridge home of Mrs. J..H..Miller. 575: Osceola, $33.000: Palm Beach Glades Mercantile Co. (IN COLOR)
crest for Boys. $272.9-10; Polk $4,200; St. Lucie

and I II CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE $40RS9; Seminole, $1,750; Volusu-" 255 SOUTH LAKE AVE. ... .
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Watson --- -- - ----
daughter. Melanie Sue, accompanied COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS $108. PAIIOKEE FLORIDA I ;:- ..4J'MJ. , ::

their son S-Sgt. Roger Watson,, .. _. . ..
of Bunker Hill AFB, Ind., are expected -
to return this week from a '
visit with relatives in Thomasvillf

and Pelham, Ga.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger are

planning to leave next week for si

I vacation visit with Captain and Big lift to farm machinery

Mrs. Clarence Langford and children -
/ at Panama City. They also
plan to visit relatives in Jackson-
ville and in Georgia.Classified. Why trust a truck to luck? As winter nears,

.. --- -. especially, every machine on your ''

farm needs Standard's Protective

Ads Lubrication. Standard's all-purpose ,' .. I 4

\ (POSITIVELY all want ads 01I I MP Grease protects moving parts :, ,

classifieds, as you wish to cat: from excess wear. Assures long, ? _
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advance from
them, are payable in "
his day forward. Don't phone 'em .:. easy-running performance.Ask .
I Write it and drop a dollar bill In
the Standard Man to suggest
the envelope if you want it run

once.and : on.if you want it run twice .:-. the care and lubricants to keep ''. .,r,. >

your equipment young! "'
FOtt SALE: New and Used Willys

I Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein .. _.
Belle Glade Phone 63058. STANDARD .'
Oct. 1754ch
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HOUSE FOR: SALE: Almost new 0"1"'t..'.. 7(1'0,

: CB furnished home..,3$4OOO br, 2 bath cash completely including- 'i i.''J' ..,t :,... '' ., "' .' .... .....:..., :.., ', r t".

I. .owaer's equity and furniture. Bal- ,.'M; ." ;! ". We take better care of'your equipment' v ',... It. ( .
aaoe like rent. Also FOR SALE: .J
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::50 -acres 'of muck land on the old ., \ .

tPahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price '. .
R: treduced. See or call Dan Carpenter -: .f >t, .!" .. ,:;:.,. "
I Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 resIdence -' '

47235. July 3 tfc 'I \ ,. 'r:.:,(.:: .:. n I .

acres South Bay Area, 320 acres
Pahokee area well developed, well /', -
drained $50.OO acre, yearly lease.
Phone 924-5711, Lewis Buckner.

e July 3 tfc ; E1I

IFOR; SALE: 7 to 9 H. P. Briggs y
J and Stratton engine with 8 to 1 -
!reduction gear 220.00 value for
,$150OO Bob Douthit, Paliokee.Jy. .
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WIIAT'S IN THE ATTIC that you .. 1 '
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad !
In this column will probably find

,you a sale. Just write your ad, en- i !
close a dollar and we'll do the rest.

The Everglades News, Canal Point,

..Fla..FORSALE. M. I. KEEN Agent :

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United States,men were speaking for freedom today. I .

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in neighborhood activities. Some speak,out for But you speak every bit as surely And every H,' \1))';

freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly. 1.;::, ,

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State Comptroller" SpawningGround

Ray Green Named Of Blue Marlin Is

I II News Of the ChurchesThe II President Of Bank Sought By U Of MiamiMIAMI

A of scientists
TALLAHASSEE-State Comptroller group
c u Ray Green has been elected from the Institute of Marine Science -
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..-=--'Ji.i.- '' _. ... 'I I president:d( the,Parkway,National '* of; the.' ,University of Miami
MethQdiat..Church << \" 't church\ Bank o(. Tallahassee.' succ ttUos mhine! the tropical Atlanticfor
Canal Point, FloridaRobert 'tf, Qf N e Wendell Jarrard, chairman and the spawning grounds of the
,former director of the Florida Development blue marlin.
4 Commission.As Operating from the 'Institute's
A. Pastor $ v. Max D. Jones Pastor
"433' Bacom Point. IjWL state, comptroller Green has research vessel John Elliott Pillsbury -
SUNDAY: Rev. 1. "' Vicar -
10:00: a. m.-church School SUMjDAY: Losslng' :t'hone 924-t52 P. O. Box, 8824U&&AY ., charge: of supervision of all state thel{biologists will work in
SERVICES: banks. His election, to_ the presi- the Gulf stream and northeastinto
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship IQ 'a. m.-Sunday School34QO
: '9:45 a.SundLY School dency of the Parkway National the Sargasso Sea surrounding.
6:30: m.-Youth Fellowship : a. m.-Worship ,
p. Service ,
: 11ooSunday Worship ,Bank rekindled previously denied Bermuda. Samples of plank-
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Juniors reports'that he plans to retire from tonic and other marine life will be

MONDAY 3:15 :m.-Youth South> Side Chi rci 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening' 'his state position. He said, how- taken from depths as far as two
: p. Choir practice ,.* Evangelistic Service :ever, he has no plans to retire and miles or more.Specimens .
Of ChristBelle ,
v WEDNESDAY. : plans_ to take no active part in the will also be capturedby
2nd, MONDAY: Glade Cl"OSIS Midweek operation o;the bank. night-lighting, using a sub-
from 7:30.p.: m.- Prayer
7:30: p. m.-Esther Class xnfet- .
to attract organisms
> ,Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting. Jarrard has moved his residence merged light
ingTUESDAY from Tallahassee to DeLand wherehe which are dipped out in nets.
: ,0:00: a. .m.-Bible Study ."Where: you are a stranger: but -
The billfish research, of a
11:00 a'. Sermon is president and chairman of part
: m. once.
8:00: p. m.-Woman' Society' 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service m the' new DeLand State Bank. long-range study of the distribution -

let TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:3O p. m.-Wed. Bible Study .. migration and growth stages
: . - Church Of God, of marlin and sailfish, involves a
7:30: p. m.-Prayer :Meeting NEW U. S. OOVERNZi>ENT search for eggs, larvae and juvenile -
. St. .Peter's LutherChurch : g 'Barfield' Highway; MANUAL NOW, AVAILABLEThe '.- fishes. Some 10 Miami biolog-

First Methodist Belle ists are on the cruise in additionto
GeeAugust Pahokee Fla. 1964-65 edition of>: the United the regular crew of the Pills-

Church, Pahokee Koerber, Pastor J. W. Hughes 924-3736, Minister'' States. Government Organization bury.

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle. OJade. SUNDAY Phone Manual Is now available. Thfs .'s . .
\ John A. Brlley, Pastor SUNDAY: : the official orgaiiizaton handbookof
: a. m.-Sunday
SUNDAY: the Federal Government and describes -
.. Divine Services 11 A. !4I BOOK NOW AVAILABLEA
0:45: a. m.-Church School School 9:45: A. M, : a. m.-Morning Worship the functions of agenciesin
11:00: a. m.:Morning Worship I . 7:30: p. m.-Evangelistic- Ser- the legislative, judicial, and ex-
of "Postage
f viceTUESDAY "
6:45: p. m.-MYF ecutive branches. Also included are
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship The Church Of God : brief descriptions of quasi-official Stamps of the United States" is
TUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service agencies and selected international now available. Included is an illus-

\ 7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' Point Road THURSDAY: organizations, charts of the more strated description of all United
: LiceWEDNESDAY _______. .t 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ complex agencies, and appendixes States postage and special service
: John H. 'Kinard; pastor, Service. . relating to abolished or transferred stamps issued by the Post Office.
.\ 7:45: p. m.-:Mid.week devo- 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School agencies. This publication, pricedat Department from July 1, 1847 to
tlons 11:00 a. m.-Preaching: Service First Baptist $1.75 per copy, is available for December 31, 1963.
8:3O: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45 p. 'Evangelistic Service purchase from the Miami Field Copie of this publication may be
ticeChurch 8:00: p. m. -Tuesday-V.L.B. Church, Pahokee Office of the U. S. Department of purchased for $1.25 each from the
. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Commerce, Room 1628, Federal Office Miami Field Office of the U. S.
Everyone welcome. Special music Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor Building, according to Marlon Department of Commerce, accord-
Of Christ qnd singing. SUNDAY: A. Leonard, Director.. ing to Marion A. Leonard, Director. -
/' . I f 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School The address is Room 1628, Fed
125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00 m.-Morning: Worship CLASSIFIED ADS PAY eral Office Building 51 S. W. First
Phone WY 6-3867 ... Canal Point 7:30.p. m.-Evening Worship BIG DIVIDEND Avenue, Miami.CAREER .

: Belle SERVICES Glade, Fla.ftUNDAY Baptist Church WEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Training: Union

7:30:: p. m.-Prayer Service -- --ljralJT Iiy ljysWg iT lg'aHra - -
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship, SUNDAY: .
.: 7:30: p. .-Evening Worship 9:45:' a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev.
WEDNESDAY 11:00: a. m.-;-Morning: Worship
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study 6:30 m.-Training Union WORKSHOP
.. . p. ( Jonathan L.. Wolf)
7:30: p. m.Evening Worship, Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: ;, -: Jo Building. :A .._ ,'t"
BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30: p.'Yee Dg'ff SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. August 17 thru 28 7-10 p. m.

I PREACHINa--ll:00: a. m. and
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WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m.

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St. Mary's Catholic BAPTIST CHURCHAll


MORTGAGELOAMS: Francis' Fennech. Pastoi Youth and Young People

t Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m.
Confession* before: Mass
I i.. .' .j..: l ''::- II J .,-. ... -"'::..- ; k 9 'e40p1- Diiwuqsjon of Love,

I ..,, First Baptist
l;, . Church, Canal Point Courtship and Marriage Display of

tJ J ; Elder ,Lester. Reams College\" t Bulletins.. rs J : Representativesrvr Mof

tI I Everglades Federal has ample >funds '!$UNDAYO 9:45"a.:'m.-Sunday School t 'Business: XpHJUgsjfcy( ; ,.:.Science to lead

11:00: ;a.,m.-Morning Worship.
... : ( Interest Centers -
*! -i 6:3p'p. m.-B. !'I' Co'
:; ready and avaiajt]( >! 'I' 'ij l 'lad TUESDAYS.&T30 p.' m.-Evening Worship., )0-
I I t'' /,'4, : .
\ '>. 7:3O,nm.-Choir practice. .
k tf*} cost mortgage loans. Whether your: -, WEDNESDAY- :** t/ uij.vs;: :v :.v yj i >$

t' .* ... I '7SO,:p f m.-.Midweek Prayer. l' '_ . "_. -- --= . :
plans are to buy, build; modernize or :THURSDAY:--Every:other ,week -- .- ff"if"iftf- \ i\'v\iif'"'' *
7:30: p. m.Ladlea Auxiliary

repair have 'h.> -vi'! Meeting:;' -
ypur ro sayings .... .--- < 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'
} Continuing a eerie of Bible. 'Florida Cattlemen.
Lessons on names which belong to I
God the subject at Christian SdI I I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat
Ever lQcIe Fe4e.. ence1 services on Sunday will be!
4 "Soul." this Market. We make an effort at all times to

The Bible readings will include i give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus
\ Savings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS this verse from Psalms: "Give unto a trial.
the Lord the glory due unto his
name; worship the Lord in the -1-4-Il 111-14-1 I II 1111'
LOAN INSURANCE CORE Related readings from the Christian SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
Science textbook will Include.
these lines: "Immortality, exempt '
t Let Your Money Earn 4Vi% Payable from age or decay, has'a"glory of Glades Livestock Market
its own.-the radiance of Soul . .
. of life which -
SemiAnnuallyPAHOREE Beauty is a thing ASSOCIATIONOn
dwells forever in the eternal Mind
I. and reflect the charms of His Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

goodness In expression;' form, outline -, Phone? ,wY8t' 6-303$
I BELLE, GLADE and color" (Sei rec. and,Heal

....... th with Key to the Scriptures, by
Mary Baker Eddy (p. 247).

day August 14. 1964 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33438 Page Seven

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on O.S.avings Bonds ,

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

you own now are better than ever _

ft:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond
A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 76% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds wild
Your savings,increase faster because your Bonds income for living, expenses while B Bonds a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired
people hold H Bonds and families saving for, say;achild's
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period education, buy EBonds.
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 series
works out to 234%for-the first year and a*half;then H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. Ac B Bonds $26 (coat$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
.:When did the new rate become: effective? (cost $75.00), $ OO (cost 150.00, $500
A: June, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00),
$10,000 (cost$7,500.00).'
.t fe Docs the new rate change: the Bond I bought before H Bends: $500,.$1,000, $ *OOO and $10000. They .
June 1, 1959 are priced at face value.
t JU All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra fffe How safe ere U.S.Savings BoadsTt ...-_. -....;.t r-(: ...'....,
%9&from now en, when held"to maturity. The in- :
CI'eU8.take8 effect In the first fall interest period At Savings! Bonds are an absolutely. riskless way te "
after June 1. save? The United States Government*guarantiee .
the Tash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it .
Q:Will the Bonds I ewa eutematiraTIr their new GaD only grave

rate? .Whet if sny Bonds should. be lost stolen or 4e. ,
At oA-. Y.a don't need..da A mac-je.t bald.a t.. sprayed1? '".:
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E Bonds mature, wall they kser .a .are by the[.Treasury. If anything'happens to you*
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sider the extra work involved in
using it.Home. VACATION
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the Florida Agricultural Extension
Service suggest that before youmake BIBLE SCHOOL
your decision figure how
much more the luxury featureswill f-t
add to the cost, How often will r
you use these special features 4:00 P. ,1\1. AUGUSTCANAL 14th
.What could you buy with tho:
money saved on the extra gadgets
Certain basic features will do an II 11|
adequate Job, no matter what appliances POINTBAPTIST
you buy. These include an 11
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FLORIDA HAS RAISED CATTLE LONGER. . or.Many an automatic, of the oven-times.added features CHURCH

THAN ANY OTHER STATE. PONCE DE LEON BROUGHTTHE really won't make your work simp-
FIRST IN 1521 ON ONE OF HIS TRIPS SEARCHINGFOR ler. For example, double ovens and

THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. rotisserie attachments are extras REGISTRATION: 3:00 At Church
work for
that can result in more

The Sleek Herds... GRAZING ON the you.appliance They will, and raise when the somethinggoes price of: PARADE 'Leaves at 4:00.
FLORIDA'S IMPROVED PASTURES TODAY /: : wrong with the apppliance,
GET A NECESSARY MINERAL, PHOSPHORUS. ,! there's more to repair. Ice Cream Served.
THROUGH A FEED Study the various models and
SUPPLEMENT MADE ? their price tags. Then choose the
FROM.PHOSPHATE 7 one that best fits your budget and
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, new ,benefit scales providedby
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' people continuing their education. dependent children. Ultimately
They would continue to receive enough time passed for workers to
payments while in school or col- acquire maximum'coverage- at the .
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new rates, themaximums
, lege up to age 22. It was estimated
worker, $300
this change would add 275,000 to reach $143.40 for a
the rolls and result in $175 million for a family.
The present scale of taxes, due :
,I a Another year payments.change would extend to increase periodically under pres- I ' social security coverage to 170- ent law, would be stepped up and :
000 doctors of medicine and interns also made to apply to the first i
described as the last large: $5,400, instead of $4,800, of an em- I I

1 I occupational group not covered. ploye's pay. .
Some groups of firemen and
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