The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00092
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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:' New Variety i i Cane Smathers Will Address Folks At Ground Pahokee Reduces

Made AvailableAn 61-62 Tax Millage

Breaking Ceremony Glades Sugar HouseAn
early maturing sugarcane Accomplishing almost the
variety is being .released to growers possible the Pahokee City Council
by the Florida Agricultural Experiment reduced the' tax millage for their
Stations.Developed address by Senator George ago and agricultural experts be- eration of the mill and the longer coming year's budget. The council -
by the Everglades Ex Smathers will highlight public lieve that expansion of the domestic field work system are stabilizing' set the advalorem tax millage at 12
periment Station Belle Glade groundbreaking ceremonies signal industry is, necessary ,to the welfare factors," he added. mills which is 1U mills lower than
F.46-136 is being made available ling the start of construction of an of the U. S: The Glades Sugar.House was de- last year.
., for planting this'fall. 11$ million sugar cane mill northeast National and state agricultural signed by Dr. Arthur K. Keller The appraised valuation of tax-
\ Early maturity is especially important of Belle Glade, .at 4:30 p. m., representatives, domestic and for- Arkel Engineering Corp., Baton able property within the city limits
1 for future expansion of the Monday October 2. eign sugar industry spokesman and Rouge, La., internationally: known on which the new millage will be -
I< sugar industry in'colder areas situated The mill-to be known as the; many hundreds of prominent state designer and engineer of sugar applied is 6231269.
more than two miles from Glades Sugar House is part of I and county officials are expectedto houses. x The combined total of the city's
Lake OkeechoBee.: a planned investment of some $23 be on hand to see Smathers and Farrel-Birmingham Co., Ansonia genera:operating and waterworks
I The Everglades Station has been million by the Sugar Cane Growers George H. Wedgworth, president of j Conn.,affiliated with Sucesorcs= budgets for the coming yeas
conducting research on sugarcane Cooperative of Florida. The 53 I the cooperative, turn the first shove j de Abarca, Inc., San Juan, Puerto, $391,000, approximately $13,000
production and, in cooperation with member co-op was organized in I el of rich muckland at the plant Rico, is in charge of constructioa} more than, last year. The general
I the U. S. Department of Agriculture July 1960 by representatives of site on the southern shore of Lakq The mill is scheduled to be com- operating budget totals $292.000

has been breeding and selecting all vegetable growers and packing Okeechobee. pleted before December 1962, when and the waterworks. budget $99-'
I, for new varieties.A house owners in the Glades area. Construction of the 5,000-ton the first grinding season will be- 000.00.

limited amount of seed is Senator Smathers will be introduced daily capacity ,mill and the planting gin.Officers Funds were also set up for the
available and will be released on by U..S. Congressman Paul i harvesting and processing of in addition to Wedg- down payment'on a new $17,000
or after November 1. Allocaticns Rogers, representing Florida's sixth I thousands of acres of sugar cane worth are Robert D. Apelgren, Pa- fire truck for the Fire Department
of the seed cane will be in propor-I district. Commissioner Paul is expected to be considerable I hokee, vice president;and WalterJ. I the truck to be equipped for fight-

tion_to the total requests and the Rardin Palm Beach County will i I economic benefit to the, Glades Kautz, Canal Point secretary- ing fires with the new pressurizedspray
350 tons available.Growers act as master of ceremonies. I I area. treasurer. Directors are: Joe Tom that reduces water damage
should secure applica- Interest' in the event is wide-', "More than 1,000 workers will Boynton, Pahokee; Andrew Duda to buildings.The .

tion forms from their county agri- spread because the groundbreaking ,be employed in the plant and fields Jr., Oviedo; Lewis Friend, Paho council accepted the bid of
cultural agent and mail the formsto marks the beginning of a major: I and some 20,000 acres of cane will kee; Billy Rogers, South Bay; I the Pahokee Motor Company for
the Everglades Station before expansion of sugar production, in II be planted along the eastern and Fritz Stein Jr., ,Belle Glade; John I IV the purchase of a new police patrolcar
October 16. the United States. The Federal l southern shores of Lake ,OkeechoI Tiedtke, Winter Park; Roy Vande- a 1962 Ford four-door sedan,
Upon receipt of the application, Government banned all sugar shipments -i I bee", said Wedgworth. I I grift, Jr., Pahokee; and W. R. Wilson at a price of $1,750 plus the city's
the Station will notify the grower from Cuba, more than a yearChevrolet I I "We feel that the year-round op- I Belle Glade. old 1960 police cruiser traded in.
'" William G. Schneider Celestial
er of his allocation. Upon'noUfi-
cation the grower,must affirm hjs ( 1 2 County Workers Homes representative, presented
Ford Offers
-_ ._ ,,,_allocation :sending: the_ Station Models. Many. to the. council a preliminary plat
Taken for a residential subdivision -
an intention payment of $1'r Bjf.ServicesUncle proposed
ton. Checks should be made payable Being DisplayedM. NewH$2ModeIs to be known as the Con-,
to, the Florida-Agricultural Sam reached oufbis hand stellatfon Subdivision, located on .
the Robert Hatton land immedi-
Stations. October 30 .
Experiment this week and touched the county
is the deadline" for the intention. P. Stanley owner-operator of commission for,a couple of its em- Hub Spooner manager of Paho ately south of..Stuckey. Village.-
payments. Stanley Chevrolet, Inc., extends a kee Motor Company Ford dealers
Prior to November 1, grower ployes. is happy over the looks of the new I
cordial welcome to Glades citizens I FuneralServices
win be issued certificates showing Ordered to report for active duty 1962 models and asks his many
the amount of Cane allocated, place to drop by his place and see the I was George'Frost, assistant County friends ,to see the new models on
and time, to pick up the cane and handsome new line of Chevrolet Engineer who is slated to go on display today. Pioneer ResidentFuneral
how to make the final payment. automobiles for 1962. duty in October as a Lt. Commander Nearly 1,100,000 Ford Galaxies
Total, price of the cane is $23 per Chevrolet's passenger car: lineupfor I in the Navy. have been sold since the car was
ton. with $7 per ton paid in ad- 1962 features extensive restyling Vincent Bernola rodman in the introduced less than three years services were held Sun-
vance. and major mechanical changesfor survey section has also been call- day afternoon at the First Baptist
its standard models plus a new ed and is now taking basic train- ago."This strong sales achievement," church in Pahokee for Mrs. George I
complete line of smaller cars to be ing in the service. said Matthew S. McLaughlin Ford Madison .(Granny) Grimes 95. who
known as Chevy H. The commission authoribed Division general sales manager, passed away late Friday night.
Rotary Accepts 2 This will bring the company's ment of vacation time and paY-I I a credit to the fine styling and engineering Services were conducted by Rev.
1962 passenger car line-up to 32 leave time for the two features of the Galaxies Guthrie Colvard pastor of the
New Members models-highest in its history and has prompted us to add another church, and, Rev. James Boyd of
available in the--Corvair,, Corvette,I Canal P h'tGirIs.I; I series, the Galaxie '500', to the West Palm Beach a former pastor.
Chevy n and standard Chevrolet line for 1962:' Burial was at Port Mayaca.
At last week's meeting of the'I lines. These cars will be displayedin "The Galaxie and Galaxie '500' Honorary pallbearers were dea-

Pahokee Rotary club a new member Chevrolet dealerships beginning Win High AwardsBrooks are low price, luxury automobilesa cons of the First Baptist Church.
Friday September 29. segment of the market which Acting pallbearers were Ruben
and a student member were inducted -
The new Chevy n is larger than has demonstrated strong consumer Crews, J. Herring, R. D. Harda-
... into the club. Bill Howard, *
the Corvair but smaller than Chev- Henderson Principal, interest in the last three years" way, Dr. E. J. Graham John Bolton -
&; i" principal: :of the Pahokee 'element rolet's regular car. Station wagons, Pahokee Junior-Senior High School Mr. McLaughlin said. and Robert Henderson
;. : v ary school'.became a regular mem hardtop sport, coupe and a convertible announced Wednesday that two of In its first year the Galaxie as She had been a resident of Pa
. :::: *" "-,I' ber of the club. The student mem are included: among nine the school's 'students have been a single series in the Ford line'of hokee for 32 ,years, coming here
'. ::. '. .'.:\ ", ,ber this year will be John'Hundley' models in the new line which emphasizes given recognition their high, standard cars accounted for more from Sarasota and was a memberof
.;' ;- T son of Mr.'and.Mrs. Lloyd Hundley simplicity in styling and achievement in the initial stage.of than eight per cent of the total industry the First Baptist Church,
,p:" of Bacom Point-Tload in Pahokee. maximum functionalism in design. the seventh annual National Merit sales. More than 464,000 Survivors include two sons W. C. <
The student member is chosen Although the Chevy n design is Scholarship competition.He Galaxies were sold in the 1959 model I Grimes, Tampa, Ralph Grimes,
'by school instructors and he must basically conventional it offers said the students were nam- year. Pahokee; two daughters Mrs. I'
rank in the higher bracket with new front-mounted fourand six- ed Semillnalists in the 1961-62 High public acceptance the Stevens and Mrs. Lillian Butler.
his studies and have the attributes cylinder engines integral framebody Merit Program as result of their Galaxie has continued and duringthe Jacksonville; 19 grandchildren; 26
that will make him an excellent construction with bolt-on outstanding performance on, the 1961 model year, Galaxie sales great grandchildren, and two:
representative of the high school front end .and an industry exclu- National Merit Scholarship.- Qualifying accounted for 44.5 per cent of the great-greatgrandchildren.
when he becomes a student member sive in tapered plate rear springs. I Test. They are Amanda Ja- standard Ford total sales. -
: V ; of Rotary. John Hundley fills Both three-speed manual and auto- i nette Harrington, daughter of :Mr. The Ford Falcon, most successful The Womans Society of Christian
..:.... the bill in admirable manner. matic transmissions will be avail- and Mrs. A. R. Harrington Canal new car ever launched will Service had an all day meeting
Past President Paul Rardin on Point!, and Kathryn Davidson reach another milestone before the starting at '1000; A. M. through
behalf of the club inducted Mr. 'a styling standpoint the Young daughter of Dr. and Mrs. end of 1961 the sale of,the one 2:00 P. M. Thursday, Sept. 28. This
.. ? Howard and young Mr. Hundleyinto standard Chevrolet for 1962 re- Wllburn C. Young, Canal Point. millionth Falcon. was a study meeting on the book
the club. Each was presented flects the greatest change although These students are among ap- Ford dealers sold 778,086 Falconsin "The Land of Eldorado" with Mrs.J. .
; appropriate Rotary literature and Corvair models and the proximately 10,000 seniors throughout the first 21 months since the P. Parker as' leader. Meetingwas

V the universally known and highly Corvette will also feature a numberof the country who attained Semifinalist introduction of the compact car, at Old Methodist Parsonage.
, respected Rotary. pin.. appearance changes as well as status through their high on October 8, 1959. .... -
.' new exterior colors and interiors. scores on the qualifying 6>TSlYnlnft. Pointing out that 1961 year-to- Mrs. G. T. Echols of Canal Point
*.. .' Wayne Sears returned Mondayof The new standard Chevrolet fea- tion, a test of educational develop- date sales are running well ahead was a patient in the Everglades
last week to resume his studies tures a crisp tailored look. The ment given last March in more than of 1960,Lee A.lacocca. Ford Motor Memorial Hospital Saturday night
: :-'. |at Old MissL. Oxford Miss. He was 1962 models have completely new 15,000 high schools. Company vice president and Ford through Monday. She was stricken

accompanied on the trip by his sheet metal, grille work'bumpers The Semifinalist group ,is:composed -, Division general manager, stated Saturday evening and was taken to
mother' Mrs. Pope Sears and Mrs. and ornamentation as wen as new 'of the highest scoring stu- ,"with the introduction of the 1962 the hospital-',for medical examination -
fT: ;> H. H. Sears. V (continued on page I) '- (ccattoo+d oa peg* S) (continued on page S) and .medication. .

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f Page Two The Everglades News; Canal Point:, Florlia Fay. September 29, 1961 J I
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II! I! Safe I&,Recovered papers belonging both. to. him-- and
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the Commissary. Also, those. responsible 1f
In Drainage DitchMr. for the act are safely behind .\ :
! bars in LaBelle jail,.orating I
i. ty and Mrs. J. S. Atkins of trial.. ,
Lake .
'. Pelican returned home last I FI

Mr. and Mrs. Orestes Ortega, Sr. week from a three week's vacation I I B. G. HQSPITAL BOARD
with'relat1v in Georgia and Gov. Farris Bryant has named
are the parents of a son, Orestes
Ortega,.Jr. born September 21st. Texas. During his second"week' he three persons of Belle Glade to
Deborah Marie is the name givento learned of the robbery of the Pelican serve on the Southwestern Palm

the daughter born Sept. ?2 to I Lake Commissary. | .Beach County Public Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Martinez, He has been quite busy since returning Board. They include Mrs. Ercel '

-- ,J Jr., 166 Barfield Road, Pahokee. home trying to replace all Mixon, Robert W. Lanier and Lee
(Barbara Vertommen). i his personal papers which- were left BerryhilL
I in the store safe .wa .

The. ,Rardin Building In. Canal Point, Florida Warehouse Loading Last Monday the stolen safe was :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buchananand -
recovered In a drainage ditch, one daughter, Karen of Atlanta, t I
THE LAIN! ,OKEECHOBEE REGION_ HOME. .OF Platform. OsceolaOsceola I and a half miles northwest.of Pelican. Ga., arrived here last Thursday ,

l .Lake. Although-his papers aidsomewhat and are visiting their parents, Mr. 1

THE EVERGLADES, NEWSServing .Farms, local sugar cane., water arid.muck sogged, and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan in Canal. ."'
; producers,, wjll build, a 'warehouse they can be salvaged, aid he feels Point and Mr. and Mrs. Norman in .
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without and loading platform alongside the .fortunate to have found all the Belle Glade.
I. Interruption Every Week for:More,:*r? n.30,,Yean Florida East Coast Railroad at
Established, March 11,1924 Published Every Friday I Pelican Lake Siding just north of "- --------- ---

Subscription Price,$2.00 Year In Advance ,. Unity Farms packing house. Work
is scheduled to get under way
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I within the next few, days.. Thinking About Building?
In-Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter -

Paul Itardh; Owner, Editor, Publisher .
I and Mrs. George A.,Smith of -
:For Free Estimates Call .
General Meeting FISH FRY SUPPER I Canal Point wish to announce the ,
'engagement of their daughter Ila .
The Alpha :Mu Chapter Beta
Missionary' UnionThe Mae Smith to.Morris A. Kennedy, '
Phi, held fish WILEY
Sigma Sorority a I TILUS
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman ;A;

general meeting of'the Canal fry supper Saturday evening on Kennedy of Pahokee. Both Da Mae .
Point Baptist Womens Missionary the Pahokee .Boy Scout Beach. and Morris are graduates of Paho General Building Contractor

Union was held Monday Mrs. Dorothy Hillier, Social Chair- kee High School, class of 1961.
evening, at ,the church, with tile man was in charge of .arr. nge- Wedding plans will be announcedat Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
out-going president, Mrs. CharlesD. ments." I a future. date.-
Stewart, in charge of the busi I
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ness.Mrs.. J. D. Latham presented a" ,
program on "Bring Our Gifts of -. .. ;

Love" ,assisted by Mrs. J. L. Mc- The Ford .'
Call Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock: and D. .
:Mrs. F. H. O'Connell.
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Mrs. Charles Stewart installed your
the new officers in a brief installation "'
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service including newly '
elected Sunbeam and G. A. leaders. Starting today at your Ford Dealer's, you will discover! a compromise look to America's .favorite compact: this .

Those elected for the new leaders line of Fords so long, so new varied that everyone will year there are more'Falcons than ever to choose from ..r:
were: Mrs. Loretta Pugh and Mrs. finll his personal Ford-the car that fits his pleasure and 13 in all. Wagon fanciers will find unpreced nte '. ,'

Rozelle Brantly, Beginner Sun- his needs precisely! For those who want a true luxury variety-from: a new wagon that seats eight to a Falcon '. j
beam leaders; Mrs. Guy Thompsonand car, there are two distinguished new series of Galaxies' Squire Wagon' with the rich woodlike finish of the .:" t
Mrs.V.. C. Fountain :Primary
both swift as a rumor, silent as a secret.Tith Thunderbird famous Country.Squire. Pick the Ford in your \.'
Sunbeam leaders; Mr?. J. H.Stray-
and that standard future with this confidence 1962 Ford is'built' :-
er and Mrs. Charles Stewart as styling, quality sets a new industry : ever) to I I
Junior G. A. Leaders. 1 the 19Q2 Galaxies give you every essential feature of far a standard of quality so high that it will change all your

costlier cars. If you are looking for economy, without ideas of how fine, how quiet how enduring a car can be. I

Out of town relatives here for ..
the Grimes funeral were ,Mr. and
1trs.V.. C. Grimes, Tampa; Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Grimes, Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grimes, ,Tampa;
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Grimes, TampaMr.
: and Mrs. Lloyd Chancey, Lake 8 a 'C: ..angY
land; Mr. and Mrs. C. Hancock. ,
1 SL Petersburg. Mr and Mrs. L. C. r J
Brown, West Palm Beach; Mrs. J.
L. Butler, Jacksonville; Mrs. A. C. .
Herrington, Jacksonville, R. M.
Grimes Ocala. i

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1 SPARE ROOMS for rent: .? If; you
have: one get In touch, with this
newspaper: and Insert a ,$1 classified -
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ad. It will get results. All ads
payable in advance.The E_ Everglades: '
News Canal .Pointy Fla. Ia ;L.L'L
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SAMPLE. COPIES of last week's \
edition of The Everglades News .I
were: mailed in Canal Pont and

new subscriptions be.,\ ,elco ned ,
this week. Just $2.00 lor& year ,
will keep you informed oL happ3."S-
ings in this area. f fCALAXIE ff

fOR) SALE: .,New and used Wt11yiJeeps. r
Walter Ashley's Garage: /500 CLUB VICTORIA(foreground) it easier than ever to move up to fine-car changes and minor lubrications. Brakes ,
tin Belle. Gad.. P1tq ,305> $., CALAXIE Towx SEDAN '(background) luxury-at the low Ford price.All Galaxies adjust themselves automatically.. I
inn in built be service ,
17.64-ch Thc Calaxic/500-new name new are beautifully to more :
,in luxury-is for those who want all of the free. They go 30,000 miles bjetween major ,
APARTMENTS are needed by elegant extras. The 1962 Galaxic, makes lubrications, 6,000 miles between' oil '

many folks coming into this area r I
to earn a living. Do you have'onefqr ys'dE'4' N Ii

rent? Tell them and the world
through a $1 classified ad in ihese LL'' t- I
columns. Send along a descriptionof I- O ,
the apartment and a$1'bin and i4\ r J
-we'll do the rest. The;Everglades. ...--
:News Canal Point Fla. FALCON FORDOR SEDAN i
.. Just one of 13 Falcons for
;SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your 1962.. this 4-door sedan has anA 1 j
!. 'name 'label 'shows you. to be 'inarrear improved version of the Falcon ,f
Six engine that last spring
on payment. Send along
? ,
: recorded the best mileage
gas .
now and
: that $2.00I I payment we FALCON SQUIRE WAGON Brand new for '62, it's sleek and for a'Six or Eight in the: 2?..
will continue to send you this great sophisticated., Inside, it is available with Future bucket seats and year history of ;the Mobilgas"Economy.Run. .
palladium .of the .,family) fireside.The'Everglades console Outside, it has elegant woodlike'steel side paneling. ";; ; t
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the ,corner. Before you,;take, off (
how about dropping a check :lor -'. < c Pahokee Motor Company \ -
:$2.00 in the mail f pr.your subscription -I f '." ;:W : J...... ',, ,-.f >- \ -{

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: Class.(Officers) I:Local Garden Club FFA ChapterUas 4-H Club MembersIn tion' on feeding' plants i&to'- '*fofow
the directions on the contiEi Use
.-In Thursday Meet Thursday MeetingThe

'J l Named For.1961-62, The Canal '-Point Garden Club First Season MeetThe Canal _int Summer 4-H powder a complete form.fertilizer: in tablet or,

I met Thursday Evening for:the first Club members met Thursday, Sept. If there arena directions on the
i I _TJi% Pafaokee' High School Class fall meeting, the home .of Mrs. Pahokee High School 21, at 2:30 P."M. at the Community container; mix, ,one teaspoon of a
i officers'fop, the year 1961-1982 are C. B. Stringari with Mrs. :M. C. F.F.A. Chapter held their first i Building. complete garden fertilizer in one
listed as: Senior Class, or giade: Carter, President, presiding. I meeting .ulonoay evening, September Mrs. Bruce Bitting and Mrs. W. quart of water. Apply this strength
Janette Harrington president; I Mrs. A. II. Scruggs introducedthe 25th, in the .Agricultun Shop E. McCall of Canal Point, 4-H lead- solution every two to four weeks.
.' .Jimmy Jackson vice president; guest speaker, Mrs. A. E. Hen- with Bill ';o:1 on. President, pre- ers, were assisted by Janette Har- University of Florida Agricultural -
Yvonne Thompson, secretary; Robert : dry of Lake Placid Mrs. Hendry :5idi11:;. Thirty fcjr nem.er;: and rington. Junior leader. Experiment Station researchers -
Hoe, treasurer; Bill Johnson spoke on planting and care of Ca-: four guests were present. This was the last meeting ol a GiVc these 'tips on diagnosing
\' .and Don Kelley, business managers. ladiums also gave demonstrationon Leroy H. Thayer, Jr.,, of the 'series of the summer club in order plant troubles Brown tips or burn-
'I' palmetto frond basket weaving.Mrs. Woodman of the World presentedthe for the girls to work on their rec- ed margins to leaves mean too
Juniors, 11 grade: James Veal, Glenn Powell assisted_ Mrs. club with a 50 star flag. ord books required to complete much fertilizer, you've let the plant
I president; Joe Grahams vice president Stringari in serving refreshmentsto Plans were made to worm and their projects. roots dry out or you've let the
J ; Peggy Turner, secretary; approximately thirty guests, in- doctor the cows in the F.F.A. pas Projects completed were first plant become wind burned.
I i Ruth Calvard, treasurer; ConnieSingletary. cluding 5 visitors, Mrs. Dicey ture. and second years in sewing, first Yellowing dropping of leaves
business manager. Shearburn, Mrs. Robert Ford, Mrs. N o m a Norman, Agriculture and second in preparing picnic indicates. soil or gas fumes over-
.. Sophomore, 10 grade: Dorothy Roland Kahle, Mrs. Columbus Teacher, Eddie V rto 'men, Willie meals, and one new project tit dairy watering, poor drainage or poor
j Lair, president; Walter, Young, vice I Wright and Mrs. Bob Hobson. Veal, and Bill Johnson have made foods. soil aeration. Small leaves suggest
I president;. Dianne Graham, secretary .- '- plans to attend National F.F.A. The club's colors of green and tight, or heavy soil mixture, lack of
Tina Maxwell, treasurer; convention, Oct. 10th, in Kansas white were carried 'out in the refreshments fertilizer or not enough moisture.
Harold Peacock, Charles, Peaden, Rally Day ProgramBy City, Kansas'. of cake arid punch. Weak growt i or light green
and Billy: Kennedy;, watchdogs. E. Vertommen expects to receive: Members attending Thursday'smeeting I color on otherwise healthy foliage
Freshmen, 9th grade: Brenda Local Baptists his American Farmers Degree were Gail Paige, ?eggy perhaps indicates too much light,
Alderman, president; Faye Harris, Willie Veal, 6tH 'Vice President of Bitting, Sandra Jackson, and Nancy lack of fertilizer, root-rot 'or poor
vice president; Mary Lee Adams .- the State and Bill Johnson a rep- Harrington, three ,other mebersof root systems. Yellowing, wilting or
secretary; Linda Douglas, treas- The Canal Point Baptist Church resentative of the Pahokee F.F.A. the club,' Sandar : and Jackie soft growth means too much heat
urer. Alberto Fernandez-Morrell, i plans to have a Rally Day Programon ; Chapter. Weeks and Brenda Ingram were or root injury.
sargent at trrms.Mechanization. Sunday, October 8 in the Chur. I' / absent Small leaves and long internodes'
I I ch.At, this service the newly eleCted Convention Dept. 4 1<1 are signs that the plants are grow-
Cited Officers, Teachers and Leaders ing with too'little light or the tem-
As:Must For I will be installed.in a public:: service. For State In Work Foliage Plants perature is too high for the plant.If' .
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The Family Dinner will close tiie yoU are just starting a houseplant

Agricultural Growth morning services. TALLAHASSEE The.Florida Also Need A 'Bath: project, here're some sugges-
I The Sunday School SuperintendJ. -I Development Commission has ac tions on containers.
t i! GAINESVILLE-More mechanization G. Weeks, and his fellowworkers cepted. : recommendation by ChaIr- Wooden, tubs are excellent since
I t is.stressed ,as one of the are striving to have a record t man-Director Wendell Jarrard to Foilage plants1 are 'like people wood prevents, rapid drying out of
important needs in Florida agricul- breaking attendance at all the services create a new department.: It auth- they, too, need a bath. ,the soil. 'Jardiniers usually lack
ture''' by Dr. D. T., Kinard, head 'of at the.Church that day. Each orized the creationof a convention f I Plants won't drainage holes, which may cause a
1 a ,the agricultural engineering department -I family will bring "covered dishes"in department under the. tourist di: tolerate a daily ,watering problem. Clay pots are
for the Agricultural Ex- sufficient numbers to guaranteea vision. scrub-down, *but take on a healthy fine and can be planted to blend
periment Stations. .1 wonderful Church Dinner. Spec- The new department, ,designeJ luster' "with an occasional leaf with the colors in the patio.
"For some agricultural operations ial announcements will be made "to put the Florida Development washing., 'Dirty foliage' is unat- Brass' and copper are ideal for
t we have rather efficient mat next week about the Rally Day. Commission squarely behind the tractive especially in an otherwise I table and mantle arrangement?.
mines," he says, "but there are a cities throughout the state in spotless Florida room, j But as thesrf containers are.usually
I number of jobs such as vegetable ,, Conner To Cons.olidate their efforts to bring lucrative conventions If the leaves are heavy with J small .pay careful attention to'
and fruit harvesting which still require -I I' to Florida," will have an grime, use soapy water. a soft water, and,fertilizer.
large inputs of hand labor." Many Ag Depts. initial budget of $30,000. That includes cloth and a gently touch. Rubbingtoo Soil is very* important for house
I Dr. Kinard says the greatest improvements I an $8,000-a-year manager.The hard will cause injury. plants. Since they must survive on
in mechanizing agriculture TALLAHASSEE- Commissioner commission also voted to Slightly dusty foliage will, a very small amount, give them the
/ have been made in grain Doyle Conner announced today ask the' cabinet personnel board to sparkle if polished with a flannel 'best soil 'mixture available. Thereis
production. Not too long ago labor r consolidation, of :some of the Department exempt 25 positions from the merit cloth. Plant polishes are available\ no best mixture. However, a
to produce the crop from an acre I of Agriculture's inspec- system. Exemptions-would mean .: at the garden suppply store. But long-time favorite for many homeowners -
of wheat was 57 man-hours. Now tion activities in a move toward the commission could hire or fire before you use theme be sure to is' a mixture of two parts
the job is done with less than 2 greater economy and increased ef- any of the people in those positions read the directions. : peat and one part garden loam soil.
man-hours per acre., ficiency. without going through the merit The proper watering of plants\ If you are hunting for plants
Corn production has been me- "Effective at once we are eliminating system of personnel administration. morn than giving them a bath. Too that take little care and will withstand -
I.. chanized considerably, he adds, 381 some overlapping activities Reason liven,was that all the big a drink or none at all spells dis much abuse consider such
has cotton production. But much 1 I in'fOOd and meat inspections," Conner positions' are< policy-making jobson aster. In general, most house plants I plants :as Bromeliads, Dracaena,
less improment, in terms of redu I said. "At the same time, certain the commission staff., require a thol'9ugh'soaking ,once & Monstera Peperomia or Sansvierja. *-
ing the production labor required livestock inspections are being -" week. :These plants don't seem to
has been made in vegetables, fruit I consolidated in anticipation of a I Garden Clubbers In Don't use cold water, asit, shocks mind low 'light'. intensity or warm
crops, livestock and tobacco. material reduction in the total field! the plant. A small dash of water dry rooms.
"These, of course," Dr. Kinard force as emergency programs are Joint MeetingThe frequently makes the, plant miser-; Plants that will grow in full sun-
points out, "are among Florida's I ended." able. Often the soil in the bottom of light include Codiaeum, Dracaena
major :agricultural enterprises and Up to now separate crews have Pahokee Garden Club mem- the container becomes dry, causing: Ficus, Philodendron selloum and
i are of particular interest to the 1 J been engaged In inspections for bers Joined the, Sod Busters Garden the plant to wilt or.dle., Keeping; Sansevieria. Plants that will tol-
Florida Agricultural Experiment I I cattle fever-ticks, screwworms and Club and the Canal Point Garden the plant! roots soggy with water erate dry soils are Bromelaids,
> t Stations." garbage :copking by commercial Club Wednesday evening of last will kill them. ? Pandanus,. Peperomia, Sansevieriaand
In citrus production, moving: hog feeders. Systematic dipping i ii week in a pot-luck supper meetingat Most foliage plants grow well Scindapsus: i
I fruit from the grove to ,the packing I i and inspections of livestock in the I the, Canal Point Community at temperatures between 60 and 70: For a complete list of houseplants I
I house or plant is fairly well j tick program in the southern half Center. degrees. Therefore, in summer protect contact your county agent..
I mechanized, but removing fruit of the state, are coming to a close I Mrs. Frank Friend, President of the plants from being broiled ,Ask for Farmers Bulletin No. 1872,
from the tree is still done by hand. I and remaining: quarantines are expected the Pahokee Club presided over: the alive by sun rays. In winter don't House Plants.,
I Experimental mechanical citrus to be lifted October 1. I,'meeting.Mrs. roast the plant roots by placing the .
f harvesting is being carried on at IJIll' I. --"-. I E. A. Jensen, Program container on a radiator. Mr. and'Mrs. J. C. Harris of Pa- ,
:'; the Citrus Station at Lake Alfred. : Surprise Shower i Chairman introduced the guest Plants are ,also 'like people in hokee spent 'the weekend as the I
The Gainesville Station is doing I I speak Dr. Charles Hortenstine, Associate that they like their food served at house'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu-
experimental work on tobacco'production Honors Mrs. Bradow Soil Chemist at the Experiment regular intervals. The best sugges- ford Justice in Jupiter.
particularly'on new ,! Station, Belle Glade. He
ods of curing. meth-I The home of Mrs.J. H. Strayer of i spoke on soils in relation to the -
Other work is being Canal Point was the scene of a sur- I Glades. The Pahokee Garden Club
questions related to packinghouses prise stork shower honoring Mrs. had charge of the table decora-
potato procution, equipment Eugene Bradow, 'of Belle Glade,I tions and used Sea-grape leaves
for applying chemicals, hand Tuesday evening. Hostesses for the and Ixora flowers in the floral, ar ,.:DO YOU REMEMBER HOW GOOD
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lingdivestock'feeds and water-con' occasion were, Mrs. Don McKinnonof rangements. Sod Busters:Club" set '-CLEVEUSEDTO_ .
trol on some types of Florida soils. :Miami ::\111;. Richard Darney the tables and the: Canal Point
These, and other questions, are of and Mrs. Tommie Fae Rodgers Club took care of the kitchen.
important interest to Florida agri- both of Pahokee. Since the meeting was held on '
culture because the research will Pink and blue color scheme was Wednesday night the attendance WASH & WAX CARS?
have a bearing on the success o: carried out in the floral arrange- ,was smaller than planned. Approximately i
many production enterprises. J'ments, using pink vine and ,blue II 50 garden club members
bedelia, also in the table decora- and their husbands enjoyed the potluck i WELL, HE STILL DOES! STARTING TODAY!
TAX REFUND REMINDER tions and refreshments of cake and supper and program.
GIVEN STATE FARMERS punch. f _... mm.
GAINESVIVLLE -= Economists j j The honoree was unable to at- Moore Home Scene I We are back in the car washing and car polishing
with the Florida Agricultural Ex tend the shower due to the arrival business. We will pick up and deliver' your car if

tension Service warn Florida farm- of her daughter, little Miss Angela Of Sorority MeetingMrs. you will just give us a call.)) '
ers that claims for refund of fed- Lynette Bradow, Monday in the I '-
eral tax on gasoline used for farm- Belle Glade Memorial Hospital.The : Louise Zaccagnino, president -
must be filed October mother Miss YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, HAVE TAUGHT
ing purposes by was Donna Davis of presided at the dinner meet-
2.Claims. Pahokee. Mrs ,Bradow was rep- US THE FINER ART OF 'V WASHING AX-
of the Beta Omicron
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may be filed by farm resented at the shower by her IN G AND GREASING CARS. LET' US
owners, tenants or operators for mother, :Mrs.Davis.Approximatelytwelve Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Thursday
the period July 1, 1960, through close friends attended the evening held at the home,of Mrs.. PROVE IT.Lubricating.
June 30, 1961, A refund rate of our party. Frances Moore.
cents per gallon is allowed. .-.-i Mrs. Lois White presented the
No refund of the tax is allowed AT THE HOSPITAL program and spoke on the "Mean Our Specialty Since 1934
for gasoline used on the highway; Patients remaining' in the Ever- ing of City Council.
in processing, packaging, freezingor glades Memorial Hospital September The chapter chase Mrs. Elana
canning operations; or for per- 27 include Lucile Vann, Mrs Mindlin as their candidate in the
sonal or nonfarming purposes. Thelma O'Conner, Evelyn Lamb,; International Valentine Queen contest Cleve's Service StationYour 2i
File claims on Form 2240 (1961) :Mrs. Virgie Prince, Mrs Hilde Lisa and her picture was entered i
with the U. S. District Director of Zaballa and baby son, William T. j In the contest.
Internal Revenue, Jacksonville, Ward, Mrs. Josephine Humphriesand :Mrs. Louise Zaccagnino was co- ( Sinclair Dealer Since 1940)()
Florida. County agricultural Mrs. Mamie Hall of Pahokee, hostess.
agents deputy collectors and the also Mrs. Laverne, Kelly Indian -
district director have this form andinstructions'forpreparing town, and Mrs. Louise De' Vane,! Gaulden Harrington was a Sun- .j.
,: it. Canal Point. !. day visitor in West Palm.
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1\"i ii: PERSONAL NEWS NOTES 1 Greyer" l .choice asChevrolet- Offers 3 Lines Ii for 1962.- ;t tr

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\ family'Glor'ia'Woody' and Dickie, Mr. and Mrs.Earl Wilson of Canal
1 : of Canal Point, also :Mr. and Mrs. Point had as their weekend guests i
Don McKinnon of Miami were their brothers and sisters and fam- I
, weekend guests of relatives in ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilson; \
:' ", Tampa. Mr and Mrs. Merle Wilson; Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Edenfield; and Miss
II I ,',' Mrs.-J. H. Miller of Canal Point Sadie Wilson all of Miami. "
returned home Monday following a 1
weekend visit with her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Ca-
and daughter:, Mr. and Mrs. Lou nal Point have as their house
I Lombard and daughter'. 'Lisa in Mi guests, their daughter, Mrs. Doyle
ami. Branyon of Melbourne. .7//

'. Mr. and, Mrs. Clyde' Harrelson ]
'and family of Miami, pent Sunday
with the Elmer Upthe,rove family.
Mrs. Harrelson is Mrs. Upthe-
grove's sister. 1

Bob Oliver of Ft; Pierce, Technician -
at the Poteete-Hatton Clinic
is rooming at the Mrs. Ida I'\ Ti- I II : ....
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Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxson en- \
tertained The Young People and -
Intermediates of Training Union VI". I

groups of the Canal Point Baptist
Church at their home Sunday even ............ The wide range of choices Chevrolet dealers the Impala Sport Sedan which measures 2094
ing following church services. .will offer for 1962 is hinted in this three-car inches. They are representative of 32 passengex
..I .. roem photograph. Pic tared to compare over-all lengthare car models which Chevrolet dealers will start I I
Mrs. J. S.Harrington,accompanied .... (top to bottom) the ISO-inch Corvair 4-Door displaying September 29.The new Chevy II'. bow
I by her sister, Mrs. Columbus .**!..** .a.svv .-.Y..1. Sedan; the 183-inch Chevy II 4-Door Sedan and in on the same date as other Chevrolet-built CATS

i Wright. .were Friday overnight ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hol- .
loway in West Palm Beach. '.

Mrs. Dicy Shearburn of Illinois; YOU'RE INVITED I Concert Pahokee and Belle 1

is the houseguest of' her nephew, I I I I Glade High School Bands
Glenn Powell and Mrs. Powell in
Canal Point. ...' .
Mrs. Marie *Upthegrove, 'Mrs. Refreshments "'"

Betty Wilson and Mrs. Dpris Sims GroundBreakin::: ,
spent several days on a recent visitin 'S ,
Nassau, Bahamas. Mrs. Upthe Chairs will be provided. In case 11
grove won her trip from W.R.I.M. : : ,: of inclement weather, a tent
radio contest. : will be available. .
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daysfor her home in Add, Ga., fol- -. : t
lowing a three week's visit with g ; Airport i Road Northeast' of Belle

her sister, Mrs. J. S. Harrington in Glade.
'Port Mayaca. Miss Kaye.Dixon of '; -
Canal Point;';,a niece accompaniedher '
back to Georgia for 'a* extended i. Address by Honorable George A., -

visit with :.relatives. Ceieriidny Smathers, United States Senator *

The M.Y.F.of Canal Point Methodist Florida.Introduction .
Church met at the Sunday
School building Thursday. Sept. r
28 at 6:30 P. M. to paint and' redecorate by Honorable Paul .

nursery ,furniture and 4 Rogers, United States Representative "
rooms. A sandwich supper was en-
joyed by the group. W.E. Johnsonis Sixth District '
the leader. Mrs., Lois Underhill Florida. ,,
and,Mrs. Ella Upthegrove, nursery ,
teachers joined them. "" ,, "
Master of Ceremonies {
Mr. and Mrs. Jerrell Hayes and '
baby daughter of West'Palm Beach a 4:30 P M. y Honorable Paul Rardin '/
visited her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Commissioner, Palm Beach
Elmer Upthegrove Wednesday of County. /

last week.Lions. Monday, October 2, 1961

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lite Bulb Project

J. G. Weeks president, presided, :2i _
at the local Llon'i'"ClUb! meeting; ''' -
Monday evening rind discussed'the : :
I appointing of a comYnftee i ,\iork 1,<
on the light bulb :project. He appointed *, ,: t. : : i
J. W. Repper, Chairman) .
along with Mel Paul and H. H.
Sears on this committee. He also
appointed! J. W. Repper to repre-
sent the Canal Point Lions Club
at the Palm Beach County Associa- "," "
tion of Lions Clubs: .
A. R. Harrington"inducted Billy ,
Maxson as student member of the 'ci-t

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(continued from page 1) Play Here one: of 14 New 1962 Chevrolet Models
. Falcon models, we anUcipate'even .
j greater sales gains by the indust- -
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ry's top-selling compact."
The football eleven from
"We expect to reach the 1,000- scrappy r
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000 sales mark by late Novemberor _
early December, giving the:Falcon tion for the Pahokee Blue Devilson
unparalleled record'in Lair Field in Pahokee tonight. ;
the automotive industry," Mr. la- Clewiston was held to a scoreless l

cocca said. *- tie by Okeechobee week. I
r Mr.lacocca also pointed,out that The Pahokee ,squad won over
the Falcon is not only ,the No. 1 Naples in their,opening game by A ..
sernng'compact in the industry, a real close.score of 7 to 6 and bounced ( .ii
position it has' held since three back last Friday night in their I
months after its introduction, but first home game to defeat Riviera
is,also the third best selling car in ,Beach 140.Deadline.
the industry. .. ......
The Falcon station wagon is the
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salesThe Falcon F tura, the lux-
For Small Claims
ury compact'with'bucket seats, has .:
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every five Falcons soldlsince''its introduction The deadline for filing claim In 11i.1mi k:;;;:. ;;;:; i. ifliiiMh. ; ...: ",-- __ \\i;;.< Small Claims Court for October
in April,1961.CLASSIFIED .A distinctively new styling touch in both the passenger cars offered by Chevrolet in '62. The
,'1 will be Oct. 6. Court will be held on front and rear end of the 1962 Chevrolets is a Bel Air models are exquisite, with new luxurious
I Oct. 26, with Judge F. A. Currier harp departure from the sloping hood formerly interiors and appointments.A new Chevy II series
ADS presiding at the Glades Office used. The Bel Air 4-Door Sedan with twin wind- will also be shown by Chevrolet dealers when the
l' PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Building., ,splits on the hood is one of 14 new standard size 1962 passenger car lines go 6n display Sept. 29.

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? minted style that/comes to a climax in the sportiest expense. Check it over from its clean- front fender underskirts guard against cor- ..0" 1.

A thrusting prow to its rakish rear deck. rosion. Even the heater and defroster come ,
jjj sport coupe you've seen yet. road-gentling Jet-
Then-head for the open highway. .That as standard equipment this year. This is _
.1 I" smooth ride. A new choice of V8 skedaddle. Rich sittin'-on-eatin is Chevrolet's '
:- feeling you get the kind of car that will make you feel

":A. Body by Fisher interiors. Beauty that's specially famous Jet-smooth ride at work. The luxurious all over, and your Chevrolet .... -

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'4 J special things on regular gas, and for real how easy it is to have
4* to please you from the make that pleases most
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Here are all the solid, time-tested virtues you know you can + i.
I f; proved its mettle in the fiercest competition going'62-Corvair.
count on from all the Chevrolet family-plus some surprises .=
'' Bigger new brakes team up with Corvair's renowned i'
rear- you've never seen on any car before. A full line of saucy new- : '.-
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size models, each built a new way for easier service and : '
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:, First Methodist Canal Point St. Mary's Catholic

:. Church Pahokee; Baptist; Church ChurchFather

\ Rev, T. C. O'Steen R v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Francis Fennech Pastor:

'. ,1,, SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
-.... 8:45: a. m.-church School '9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass.
11:00 'a. m.-:Morning Wonhip 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .-.

6:45 p. .MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. Christian Science
r 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7>30 p. m.Evening Worship )'YroRf.CMN'IYMC.Y'nC -). )
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: A Group Of Canal PointThe
7:00'p.: .Vesper Choir prao- 7:30 p. m.-Prayer netting.
ticeWEDNESDAY, .. importance of distinguishing ;!_
: between sound and unsound

, ;." '..t, ,7,5.p..m.Mldweek.devCt10D8J : ? The Methodist Church thoughts will be brought out at NA

'. 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir. prac Canal Point Florida Christian Science services Sundaj'
ticeCanalPoint, Scriptural readings in the Les- .
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor son-Sermon entitled TJnreality" The Ford 1
Fl00top) and Falcon Sedan Defiverj (bottom);
r "" First SUNDAY: will include' these verses from are two members of Ford 1962 fleet of light' duty trucks. The!
" 10:00 a. m.-church School Psalm 119: "I hate vain thoughts:I F.IOO one-half ton pickup it powered by the Ford **223" six or
[ Baptist Church :11:00 a.'m.Morning Worship but thy law do I love. Thy: optional "292" V-8, both proven economy leader The threemancab
6:30 p. m.--Youth. Fellowship righteousness is an everlasting features wide-opening' doors with no dogleg and handle-
Ii '. Elder R. E.BarfIeld 7:30 p. m.-EvenIng Worship righteousness and thy law is the operated latches that make the tailgate easy to open and close.
Standard body is the Styleside with integral cab-and-box constructions
;r..t / SUNDAY: MONDAY: truth." The Flareside box with wooden floor is optional on allFseries
7 .. 10:00 a,m.Sunday School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice From "Science and Health with pickups.Standard power plant in the Falcon Sedan Delivery
11:00 a. m.-Morning Won&Ip TUESDAY: Key to, the ,Scriptures"' by ,Mary is the economical 85-horsepower six; optional is a more powerful
, 'L: ... 7:00: p. .-B. T. C. 8:00. p..'m.-Woman's Society1st Baker Eddy this citation will be 101.h reepower'engine. Low loading height and an easyto-operate
tailgate are customer-convenience features.Styling changes include
8:00 p. m.-:Evening Worship Tuesday2nd read, (p. 288): "The suppositional
redesigned fenders, hood fine, grille and rear taillights, and new:
It : WEDNDESDAY: MONDAY: warfare between truth and erroris standard and deluxe interior upholstery and trim combination in!!
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer i 7:80 p. ID.-Esther Class meeting only the mental conflict between the eab. I I
f = S ... Service : WEDNESDAY: the evidence of the spiritual senses
'itS" :S: 2nd. and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I I I and the testimony of the material ATTENDS BREAKFASTMrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and

7:30'p.. m Ladies Auxiliary senses, and this warfare, betweenthe
I I Frank Friend President of daughter Jamie accompapnied by
t Meeting. .. Church.Of God Spirit and flesh will settle all
: I the Pahokee Garden Club attended her mother Mrs. S. A' Nall, all of
questions through faith in and the
: First Baptist Barf ield Highway understanding. Qf divine Love." a breakfast Monday 11:00 a. m. Canal Point attended :* birthday

... .. til 1:00 p. m, at the West Palm anniversary dinner, Sunday in
Church, Pahokee, Pahokee Florida Beach Womens Club building in West Palm Beach at th-5 Home of
9:45 A. :M.-sunday School The Church Of God West Palm Beach. ''Mr and Mrs. Marvin Cross.I .
L Guthrie W. Colvard. Minister 11:00 A. M-Morning Worship "

l: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 7:30,P. M.-Evangelistic'Service Of Prophecy, Pahokee t"' -...,...........-" ....----------. --
t. Morning Worship -11:00'a. m. 7:30 P.M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet .1 !: !: y",! ,!:JIJ".I": !:J !:!: !:!:!:!: ". tV
Training Union -6:30'p. m. ing Canal Point Road
k Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. 7:30 P. M. Thursday Y. P. EL John H. Kinard pastor

3 Wednesday Prayer --. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School I I Monday Cattle Sales .
Service 7:30 m.
p. 11:00
St. Peter's Lutheran ar m.-Preaching Service I 1
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warm welcome to all. 7:45 I
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p. : :
is Church, Belle Glade 8:00 p. m..Tuesday rV. I*. B. I ij;] Are regularly' held at the Glades Livestock Market

; The Pah kee.Cflqi-ch. ;;. ... 8:00 p. m. Thursday W.'M. B. I iiiJ ,which is owned? and operated by more than. 120

1: 4 Of The Nazarene August Koerber, Pastor Everyone welcome. Special musio B Florida Cattlemen.
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade and singing. ,

433 SUNDAY: I You'll enjoy the excellent service receive here
Bacom Paint Rd. g you
. Divine Services 11 A. M..: I
., Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 School 9:45 A. M. at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give
W.S.C.S. Meeting Will
. :, .- I II an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. ;PeHeldactoberS
11:00: a, m.-Sunday Wonhip. Holy Nativity iJ trial. .
,6:30 p. m.-Juniors. .
Episcopal Church The regular October meeting of ..-H- 1
.. 7:00 p.'m.Sunday EveningEvangelistic El
Service. Pahokee the Canal Point Woman's Society

., .WEDNESDAY: I of 'Christian Service of the Meth- SALES AVERY MONDAY AT '1 p. m.

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer M. Wendell Hainan, .vicar odist Church will be held at'the" Old
meeting. SUNDAY: Parsonage Tuesday Oct. 3 at 8:00:: fl!

I. "Where you .'are' & stranger but 10 a. m.-Sunday School p. m. / Glades Livestock ,Market
once". '11 a.'m. Worship'Service Mrs.: Osceola Upthegrove will be
! the hostess and Mrs. Earl'Maxspa

t :,.;.' 'l 8 Hi fl'f'-II MM f1"1 rill 1 Mi II MM IMM IM II Jill JI will be in ,charge of-the Program ASSOCIATION
entitled "Churches for N
e wTimes" ;
j On Pahokee-Belle Glade'Road

I :" Need Money CLASSIFIED- ADS Phone WY G 3028 George Young, Manager

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IijI 'PTA Group Plans I Church ChangesIts Mrs. Guthrie. Colvard, will presenta
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'si sermon in song as a climax to

Monday Meeting Meeting HoursThe the week of music training and the
. Meeting Of The Palm Beach
': t September music month emphasis.:
The Canal Point ParentTeachers -
time of the Sunday evening The public is invited.
Commission Association will meet Monday, -
: ll County services at the First Baptist Church -.
October 2, 8:00 p. m. in the Canal LODGE POSTPONED -
of Pahokee will change the first
Point Cafetorium with"MJ-s. W. E. Regular communication of Everglades

I The county commission this week: Lytal and- E.-F.-Van-Kessel-to attend McCall, President, presiding. Sunday of 'October. Training Un- I Lodge No. 211 F. & A M.

rejected 'a request for a franchise a State Park Board meeting Floyd Erickson,will present a ion will begin at 6:30 p..m. and the for Tuesday, October 3, 1961 has

to haul garbage and trash, made by Oct. 15 at Tallahassee, to seek per- program on the history of the Evening VorShip will follow at been called off, on account of official -

W. L. Daughterty who has been operating .. mission to establish welcome station Canal Point School with Mrs. Mildred 7:30.At visit of Most Worshipful
in the north end of the at Johnathan Dickinson State Larrick In charge of the pro- the Evening Worship Houron Grand, Master to this 26th districtin

county. 'I. Park. i gram. October 1st the five choirs of Florida, to be held at Acacia

The commission indicated it was i Mrs.'Earl Wilson will be the Pub- the church,- under' "the direction H of 'Lodge at Stuart, on this date.
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I turning down th request because i licity Chairman, left vacant by I -

of'-alleged infringment of regulations -i Harold Wilkinson Mrs. Gene Bradley who recently
in the past jy: Daugherty. : Suffers AttackHarold moved-to- Pahokee.Sorpriy 1f7t-fri i ; 11,in, 111, J'-' 11 'in 11111 i i V-M.. 111111 n 11 > 11 i iTlfEATBES .

In other actions this week the 1 I

commission: i |; MeetingAt I ? -

Approved a rental lease for A I II Wilkinson ofPahokee. .
Tyson HomeMrs. ..
sheriffs department. sub station at suffered an attack Tuesday I -
Delray Beach. : morning at Rockyford, Co J,0., "
at the
I Heard that the State H BoarJhas Bill Moss president H
while enroute with a,hunting partyto meeting of the Beta Tau Chapterof I Pahokee-Belle: Glade Ro&d
approved a proposed bulkhead _. _
line for Jupiter Narrows in the Wyoming, and is a patientat a the, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, -= 41)Z
I local hospital there. at the home ofMrs. OFEA.TURD-
Thursday evening: _
,north end'of the county.
\ Harold along with three other James
Received a request from the -MONDAY-TUESDAY
\ Pahokee{men, George'Tucker, Rupert Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson announced 8TJ11 1A.Y.MONDAY-TUESDAY, "r- ','n.
Twn of Palm Beach which was ; 9r iTtHHU': : : :r OCTOBER 1-2-S"
Mock, and Thadd Whidden: left plans' have'been completed for 'a
: referred to the boards attorney 13
Pahokee Sunday on'a hunting expedition visit"to the Norton Art Gallery,on OCTOBER "The Wackiest Ship
and,engineer. ,asking; the county_ to I
approve a Palm Beach o4kneadazid l in Wyoming October,5th.Following. The ? In'Tb.e Army"
J Mrs. Wilkinson Young Savag
pier line 'established_ In 19,26 accompanied by the business session ..
by the Corps of Engineers. her brother-in-law, Ellis left'Tuesday secret sister names 'were revealed ,; JACK LEl ION AND

I Approved a lease for a cocktail by,plane to visit her,husband and gifts exchanged, ,after which BERT_ LANCASTER, DIVA RICKY"NELSON
during his illness.Their three child. the enjoyed dessert
lounge at International Airport group bridge MERRILL, & SHELLEYWDTCEHS -ALSO-
starting Nov. 1.- ren are visiting in the home of an- Mrs. Bill Moss was presented witha I -

} Heard that condemnation proceedings other brother, Mr.' and Mrs. James high score prize. Mrs. C. E. Williams J "LET'S ROCK"II

) have been instituted, tot Harry Wilkinson. was a guest. 111111 M 1111 n 11 ii 11111111111111111 '
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26 of of
obtain parcels right way
needed for improving Military
\ Trail.

Authorized Commissioners Lake L

TH EY'R E HERE: .:' ,, : Art

Ag Group NamesIts

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New OfficersThe .


new Agricultural Stabilization -

and Conservation County

Committee for the year beginning ( ,

October 1, 1961 ,was elected.A. .

R. Harrington, Canal Point,
was re-elected Chairman; Joe

Friedheim, Belle Glade, was re- .
elected Vice-Chairman; E.E. Cooper -

Boynton Beach, was elected

fri Regular Member; C. A. Thomas. Sn.. < _,., ,

Lake Harbor, was re-elected First

Alternate; and Kermit Dell, Delray ,

Beach, was re-elected Second Al- .
ternate.* "

Mr. Harrington will start his

twenty-third year as a committeeman ,

and has served longer' than A B C "
any other committeeman in Flor ,

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mittee is in charge of local ad- I." .: ,

ministration of such national farm .I. ,v 1'... 1
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programs as the Agricultural Conservation : ;t. "
Program, the Feed Grain } "fA q y t of., : r t

Program, the Conservation Reserve 4a ', r,. .,
Program, the National Wool Program I' 5- 3s sS %
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the Sugar Program, acreage \: t I :

allotments and marketing quotas I S L 'j
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Employment demands for the ': ,' f Get full-time that hi'" ,:
I 'ft./* economy :..
technically qualified are at .an "
all time high. only starts with Ford's low '-
: priceCome :
DRAFTINGJET In and meet the trucks that make A Super Daty fI or Cummins Diesel power fives Ford's i:'. ..

saving money a full-time business .,. new new highway tractors superb performance/\ (GCWs .'_ ,: .
ENGINE Ford Trucks for'62.In a selection of over 600 up to 76,800 lb), --"#/,' .

Check field of your choice and models, there's a truck that can save s Klff Kf & far f ert HiiW offers 21 heavyniuty It..

get the facts NOW! R'QW'money on your job,whatever, your job I They engine features,loaf-tern reliability,economy ,' /., ,
t keep saving mile after mile,load after load, .
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EcsBta-aB-fMN bsfer-can save $100 ." I
PAN-AMERICAN year year I Our new 62 Fords save on -
each 16,000-mile year,on ps/oil and tires over : :
price.They save on gas and oil.They'save conventional pimps Carries Hton loads!' "' '*"' ; \
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, .\ on tires and on, maintenance-wherever t
.... ,INC- S"S. there's a way to save..Come in today and let D BEEfestonc-pietteaMitfytefp gives Fort StylesJde.... .,, :
extra extra capacity I IEaoefai
Pickups strength
TRUCKSFOR'62 us show you how.Check out the facts,work .', .
711 North Dixie .. out deal and drive out in a truck E '.Is""IIr.'populJr( conventional" ,
West Palm Beach, Florida_ that saves mOneY, ..full time I Q [panels yet has&Urfer loadspace(204 c .1l)1! ..,... .


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:' Page'Eight!: The Everglades Newt,Canal point, Florid Friday September 29,1961
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t .1 I announced the. exact number I It
. Chevrolet Models- t J" !' L'' a'2: av "wct
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support of the Merit Program.'
exterior colors and restyled inter-
;11 iors. New roof lines for sedans.and Each :Merit Scholarship is a fourI I t':.f..:;t..
award to cover the under-
year .
I :. 'the Impala sport coupe also highlight :.
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, .'. -,- *: .th. 'netu.StyUng'C". iY" graduate college years. The recipient's ff f--: .
stipend is tailored .to. .his
' ; The rt tv'VChevy II, while being ..
need Stipends now about
slightlyTaVger'on: ,the outside. than
, '
the Corvair*,. is designed to give I, $800. a year
>. passenger car and luggage space I Ifi. For'Merit: Scholars who require

;;." more n arfy'-equal thai of' the financial assistance, awards may QS Y F i
"' reach a maximum of $1,500 annu-
| ;. standard. Chevrolet, TlCe car is '
ally. For students who already possess !
183 inches long and has a 110-inch
financial resources 'which will .
._ .. wheelbase. It is 70.8 inches wide
I :
.. enable them to attend the collegeof I
I j. and 55'inches high.
their choice, awards of $100 a II
E. Nl Cole, Chevrolet general
year are granted.The I
: t manager; said'"the Chevy II is de-
signed to'provide good basic transportation minimum stipena is a form The 1962 Ford Galaxie line features ,a crisp, fresh approach to Ford's classic

for the Average :American I of "educational insurance" for the ntyljng. Shown here is the Galaxie 500 Sunliner convertible, one of twelve models

family and at the most reasonable student who receives it, becausethe in the Galaxie line. While the new alaxie is slightly shorter and fractionally nar-

cost. This includes not only theoriginal amount will be increased at rower than the 1961 model, the large passenger compartment is the same as 1961.
while he is if
time in college
purchase price but also door with Ford's convenient two-position door make
there is a significant 'change in Large openings, coupled stops
maintenance more economical operating" and his family's financial situation. ., entering and leaving the Galaxie an easy and natural movement. The Sunliner top

The car has eXpenses simple, yet refined Finalists designate the college I is anchored at, each roof bow to prevent "ballooning" when underway. The vinyl-

styling. Finely sculptured lines they wish to attend and the courseof 1 lined top is stowed under a color-keyed boot

,r flow: the length. and width of the study they plan to pursue. The

car to give it a long and substantial colleges chosen by the Merit Scho- was established in 1955 with grants sistance to nearly 5,000 studentsand Canal Point with a coffee in honor -
I lars in most instances also receive
appearance.: from the Ford Foundation and the their colleges. of her daughter Mrs. Doyle
The : n models divided supplementary grants ranging up ..
nineChevy are -
Caregie Corporation of New York. Branyon. Coffee and home made
' into three series to $500 per year help defray thq
with station
listed in.each., In addition actual costs of educating the stu The National Merit Scholarship COFFEE HONORS,DAUGHTERMrs. banana-coconut cake was served to
wagons dents. Corporation and sponsors have thus W. S. Cross entertained approximately twenty guests who-

I' two-door and four-door sedans are The Merit Scholarship Program far contributed direct financial as- Tuesday 3:30 p. m. at her home in called during the afternoon.
included in the 100'and 300 series.

The Nova series also includes a I''

sport coupe and convertible.The I
I .
tapered plate spring introduced k' .
j on the Chevy II is an industry -
first and fulfills a' long-time ''.Y"( ..Ei. fiiiii\ W NEW ...
I dream of automotive engineers. It

is the result of years of research gwwiiv a

to find a rear spring arangementwhich I FALCON

would cut the weight and :

assembly time of multi-leaf and ONE SQUIRES

coil springs while providing fric- .

tion-free ride quality. TO BE GIVEN AWAY NATIONALLY

maximum The in heavy new rear noise rubber springs isolation.insulators are mounted The for- ; <_. [?[11g[ [g .

is steel bar five ) :.o _
spring a .feet long I ,: \
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with variation. in thickness and VWfi. 1.i !
width to provide uniform. stress : f. ; :
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distribution. \ "H'
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Economy operation is empha- -.. I
sized in both the four-cylinder and ," ':
six-cylinder engines designed spec- .F .
ficaUy for the Chevy H. This will I
I mark:;the first time since 1928 that :
Chevrolet has offered
a .,. .
der power plantl The .
engine has a 153 cup four-CYlin-1 \.

ment :and is rated at 90 .

er. The six-cylinder unit} ,

in. displacement and generateVl20 .-
horsepower. g Lr \
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Canal Point irls-

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dents in each state and in the I I AT ;

'United States territories. Each

,Semifinalist now moves a' step I j I I I. YOUR ,I II

closer to winning a four-year Merit

1 choice.Scholarship. to- the college of his I FORD Q \

TO increase their opportunitiesto DEALER'S !

obtain financial assistance If !i

they need it, the Merit Corporationsends
the names Semifinalists to .. I

all accredited colleges and .universities I

j and to other scholarship- CONTESTQ r

granting agencies and financial aid !

sources. Studies show that about' HE" NOW-1962: FORDS BEGINNING SEPTEMBER CD I
CO per cent of the Semifialists obtain .

sources other than the Merit Pro- The 1962 Galaxie by Ford. a new standard of automotive (1) Anyone 18 years old, or older, is eligible to participate, except j

gram.. }, quality. It's silent as a, secret, swjft as a rumor. ,And it's Ford Dealers' employees and their families-Ford Moto Company t
The Semifinalists will take any beautifully built to be more service-iree. Routine service is Sales Department personnel and their families-R. L. Polk and

-_* other rigorous examination, thethreehour reduced to a m."lmum-30. miles on many items. Company employees and their families-and members,of the Ford
*. Scholastic Aptitude Dealers'and Ford Motor Company's advertising agencies and their
6.000 miles on the rest. Galaxie and Galaxie/500' cars
Test of ,the College Entrance Ex. families. (2) Should eligibility of an entry be questioned, the
animation. Board, to be given inv Thunderbird. elegance Thunderbird power! .decision of the judges will be final. (3) All entries must be sub.

mitted on official contest entry forms, available only at Ford
centers the nation -
testing December throughout 21961. Students The 1962 Ford Falcon more from the car America loves Dealerships in the U.S.A. The contest period shall begin with the

most. Now there are 13 wonderful Falcon models, including opening of business on Friday. September 29, 1961, and end with
whose the second test
scores on
'" the brand-new Falcon Deluxe Club Wagon (offers twice the the close of business on Saturday November 11, 1961. Entries

substantiate their, performance on cargo room of big wagons). You get top economy along with deposited after that date will be ineligible for prizes. (4) This con

the qualifying test and who are en- this big. new choice of models, too with an improved test is void in Wisconsin, Missouri, Connecticut Nebraska and
dorsedt by their high schools will version of the famous Falcon Six wherever else prohibited or restricted by law. (5) Entries will be
become Finalists in the competition. judged neatness and
of\.accuracy clarity. Ties will be broken by

In. past years more than 97per I The all-new Falcon Squire only compact wagon of its a random: drawing by R.: L. Polk and Company, and their decision
cent of the Semifinalists have will be final. Winners will be notified mail four
kind! With its smart, wood!I.e trim, the .Falcon I Squire brings by approximately
becomeT. ; nalists. All Finalists re- : ; weeks after close of contest. (6) In case a Falcon Squire winner
new sophistication to the compact ield.The Squire also gives
ceived a Certificate of Merit in I has purchased 1962 Galaxie. Fairlane, Falcon, or Thunderbird
recognition of their outstanding you foam-padded seat cushions front and rear. a counterbalanced during the contest period, that winner has the option of taking the

performance,in the program.As tailgate with an electrically operated rear Falcon Squire or its cash equivalent value (manufacturer's suggested
Finalists, the students will t window...and the longest loads pace of any compact wagon retail delivered price).
'.D.A.,. '
; sponsored by about 130 business
J _
.EIICIvJ.,Dode Co-t y;
i corporations foundations, associaIj -
tions, individuals, and the National ,

$ In the final phase of the competition -
the high school grades. l'
c extracurricular activities school :

x citizenship and leadership qualities
of,.students will be evalu- i .
ated along with their scores on the ;, .
testa. About April 26, 1962 the 1 PA ;;. ..
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