The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 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
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System ID: UF00079910:00093
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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The hour was 4:30 p. m. and the Presiding over the afternoon's I efficiently the shoes of his late:il- warned that it would come under over a minimum of 150 days of har-

day was Monday, October 2, 1961, affair was Veteran County Commissioner Congressman is filling ably and | attack from both Louisiana & cer- vesting.

and the occasion was groundbreaking Paul' Rardin, who has lustrious father, Dwight Rogers, tain foreign and off-shore interests. Several former'Cuban sugar ex-
for the new,sugar mill tp been publisher of The Everglades ,who ,represented this district until He predicted that Florida's sugar ecutives were present at the cere-
be erected by the Sugar Cane News at Canal Point for more thana his untimely death by heart attack. production would double by 1965, monies, and turning to them
Growers Cooperative of Florida, quarter: of a century. Com. Rar- Congressman Rogers spoke and 'voiced criticism of the U. S. Smathers' noted the "disaster"
when hundreds South Floridians din made the introductions with appropriately -i;'warmly and interestingly to the Department of Agriculture's fail which,'had overcome Cuba and the
gathered on the mill site for appro- 'given', background on i gathering because he was among ure'so far to emphasize research in consequences Fidel Castro had
priate ceremonies marking the red each person introduced. Rev. J. O. his Glades friends along with,many this area of Florida-type sugar caused to the once' great Cuban.
letter day.Under Jameson of the Lake Harbor Meth- others of his friends who had come rather than the Louisiana variety. sugar industry.
a huge striped tent which odist Church gave the invocationand from the East Coast of Palm Beach The new mill is being constructedby Both Smathers and Rogers praised -
thwarted the brilliant sun rays on benediction. County for the occasion. After the Sugar Cane Growers Coop- the 53-member cooperative, of
the glorious October afternoon, George Wedgworth, president of pledging anew his avowed fight toplace erative, a 53-member group who which George H. Wedgworth of
state, county and national digni- the'Co-op., offered a: word of wel- the vast Everglades agricul- are financing the.$11 million mill, Belle Glade is president, for their
taries gathered to participate in come to the.huge crowd and introduced tural community in its proper perspective $10 million for land and the $2 mil- "vision will and initiative."
.the ground breaking. the members of his board of Congressman Rogers in- lion for equipment. It will be Included among the 500 people
Officials and directors of the I directors and other officials of the troduced the main speaker of the known as the Glades Sugar House attending the ceremonies were the
giant'Cp-op left no stone unturnedto Co-op. He also introduced those afternoon, U. S. Senator George and will be the largest of its kind entire County' Board of Commis-
make the afternoon a grand who will be in charge of construc- Smathers. I I in the nation. sioners, many city officials from

,success and one long to be remem- tion of the mill. Senator George Smathers said 1 I Scheduled for completion before nearby towns, and officers of the
bered. Robert 0..Lamp and his Pa- In glowing terms CongressmanPaul it would be his "purpose" to see the I Dec. 1962, the plant and fields will Cooperative: including Robert D.
hokee High School band and Fred- Rogers was introduced by Florida sugar quota increased when make use of more than 1,000 employees Apelgren, vice-president; WalterJ.
erick Stevens and his Belle Glade Com. Rardin -as a great Americanwho I I I the Sugar Act comes up for review and some 20,000 acres of i Kautz secretary-treasurer; and
high school band enlivened the half is doing an outstanding job as by Congress in 1962. cane will be planted along the and directors Joe Tom Boynton I
hour before the scheduled start of Congressman from the Sixth Flor Smathers and Congressman Paul 'eastern and southern stores a: Lewis Friend Billy Rogers, Fritz
the ceremony'with appropriate and'I ida District. Rardin reminded the Rogers pledged an all out fight to Lake Okeechobee. The mill will I Stein Jr., John Tiedtke'and W. R. I

, .I __..spine tingling music. -' throng of listeners. 'that the young i--increase- Florida's. sugar- quota butHubSpoonerHome I I have a 5,000 ton daily 'capacity-..I Wilson. I
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I County TaxRollIsPresented ; Rev. Cross Family Next Pahokee PTA First Sweet Corn

Moves To Tampa Meeting MondayThe

BoardThe (- i After San Juan TripHub Brings $2.75 CrateA
ReV. and Mrs. Walter Cross and meeting of the Pa-

family have recently moved from hokee High School Parents Teacher -

county tax roll for the cur- Palmetto to Tampa, and he is the Spooner, manager of Paho- Association will meet Monday, crate of new October sweet
certified the pastor of the North East Methodist October 9, at 8:00: p. m. in the high
rent year was by kee Motor Company, Ford ,dealer3 corn was worth $2.75 on the Mon-
Church. Their address is 1412 East
school auditorium. President James
Palm Beach, County Commission, in Pahokee, and Mrs. Spooner have day market in the Everglades as
North Street Tampa 4 Fla.
Ed- Harry Wilkinson, Jr., will presideover
its presentation by
following Maxwell tax assessor. Rev. Cross served as,pastor cf returned to their home after spend- the short business meeting. the Hull Packing Company produced 4
county '
gar The roll with few changes from the First Methodist Church of ing several days in San Juna Puerto -. The program planned for this the first corn of the season. It
the tentative roll presented earlier Palmetto for the past four year* Rico, on a trip Mr.Spooner won i meeting is of great importance to was of the Winter Garden variety.
the church in Tampa larger than Charles Wilkinson, general man-
all of school children,
parents age :
disclosed that 'I.
this year county a Ford sales contest."It i
"taxpayers will more than $18% the ones he has served in the past. from the first grade through the ager for the Hull concern, said that
million-an increase of more than Rev. Walter Cross,,is the son of was a delightful trip and we : twelfth Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton is I the; corn was of a very good grade .
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross if Canal thoroughly enjoyed it," Mr. Spooner' the program chairman. and that the':company would have
,.$3 million over last year.' Point, and the.brother of Mrs. R. T. said,'jn commenting upon the ... more during the week.
Dollar value of the roll is basedon
property assessments which Smith, the Canal Point Post Master. prize winning trip. "There were Mr. and Mrs. L.J.Fraser attended Next week the sweet corn har-
.total $852,149,959. Total of the'as- This was his,home as a young several hundred other Ford men on the University of Florida and vest will start in a big way with
sessment roll is $1,065,601,with the boy and he has many friends in the. the trip with us and'everybody hada Florida State University football Hatton Brothers, Everglades Grow-
% difference being in homestead Glades who rejoice with him in his dandy time," Mr. Spooner con- game in Gainesville this past week ers, Roscell Wilson and Sam Sent

.. exempt values. dedicated profession., cluded. .end. er putting the delectable offeringson
the market.It .
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some $10% million for schools, reported Chapman
:a figure that is up some $3 million Girls Sons of Belle Glade,began harvestof
Canal Point. Win'' Merit Program radishes :Tuesday.
' over last year,;.according to Max-
well. "Harvest from the Inunokalee.section
h started for Lake Shore
i .. Millages set in the roll were gen- -
feral county commission levy, 6.892 Brooks Henderson Principal, Growers with cucumbers bringing

f'.mills; county school levy 12.61; ,-v---' '- .- ":u ,. Pahokee Junior-Senior High School I 3.<:."'..: -..-' w:,,,,,,,';'.,.v., '.' .- .. $2.25 FOB on bushel U. S. No. 1-
has announced that two of the "'-,fyI "
Central and South Florida Flood :;% i 4. Extra grade, said Jack Thorne
: Control .90; Northwest Palm Beach school's students have been given I general sales manager.
Hospital Dist., 4250; Southwest recognition for their high achieve- The USDA has not as yet open-
Palm Beach Hospital Dist. 4.250;, Yv.. r ment in the initial stage of the ed its,office, but announcement .)fits
Southeast Palm Beach Hospital 1 seventh annual National Merit opening-is expected shortly. The

Dist. 1.76; Port of Palm Beach Scholarship competition.He office will be located on the Air-
DisL 1.265; Jupiter Inlet Dist: 1.00 said the students were nam- port Road this year.
ed Semifinalists in the 1961-62 .4_ .
and the South Lake Worth Inlet
( District .396. Merit Program as a result of their
I U. S. Sugar Corp. To
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National Merit Scholarship. Qualifying -I
Ford; Place Gives Test.They are Amanda Ja- Start Mill Oct. 24The

nette Harrington, daughter of Mr.

r Prizes For PP&KAn and Mrs. .A. R. Harrington, Canal '
Point, and Kathryn Davidson \ huge U. S.Sugar Corp. sugar
'1. Young, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.' mill at Clewiston will be put into

opportunity for Pahokee and Wilburn C. Young. Canal Point. grinding opperation on October 24:
.1: Canal Point area boys to compete These students are among ap! for the' upcoming 'season of cane
in a football punting. passing and proximately 10,000 seniors throughout -! p grinding, according to official information -
placekicking'contest, with trips.to the country who attained Semifinalist : from that .city.
,. National Football League games status through their high 1 Cane cutting in the Canal Point !
among the prizes was announced scores on the qualifying examination area will precede the start of the
-.', '! .by Hub Spooner Manager of Paho JANETTB HARRINGTON i a test of educational develop- mill by a few days since it Is necessary -
i kee Motor Cprnp y. [ment given last March in more than KATHRYN YOUNG that a full supply of cane oe I

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ge Two. ,. ....;" __.__ The Everglades News, Canal, Point, Florida '_.FridajftOctqber! 6. 1961 ,


f Bacfun Point Roacl\ )\VCSethi'g Held I Four Circles Meet

I Job TJBeSaTtcdT: At Old WomenswSociety ParsonageThe Next Tuesday'; Oct 10 "f

of CHrls&ah Four Circles of the Women Missionary .

U Service of tha Canal Point"'Metho- Union of the First Baptist t
After months and"months of unnecessary -
.. delay'the State Road Department dist'Church met Tuesday, 8 p. m., Church of Pahokee will meet on {

has finally announced in the, old parsonage with ,Mrs. Tuesday, Oct. 10. The Betty Mills !!
that bids will be called'for'on Octo- 'Leonard Maxson presiding. Circle meets 9:30 a. m. with Mrs.J. :
w ber 24 for the short stretch of Ba- Mrs. Earl Maxson gave e the! de- Wilkinson and'Mrs. Don Collier J '
r v 'K com Point Road between the First votional.: Mrs.: W. E Blackwell, as co-hostess; The Lottie Moon i

Baptist Church' and the City Park. secretary of Spiritual Life, announced "Circle meets 3:00 p. m. with Mrs.J. i
County Commissioner Paul Rar.- the'week'prayer would C.: Mock as hostess; The Grace i E

din had this piece of work put :n begin October'25'arid last until 31. Jernigan Circle meets, 8:00: p. m. ;' !
The Rardin. Bultdi g In: Canal Pomt, FloridaTHE the 1960 SRD budget under secon- Quiet hour would' be observed Wednesday with Mrs. Alex Johnson as host !

LAKE OtfEEOHOBEE REGION HOIkE'OF7f1n dary road plans but a mix-up: in Oct. 25, at 7:00 p. m. in ess; and The Faye Taylor Circlemeets I
"the Fort'Lauderdale SRD'office in ;the Church Sanctuary. at 8:00: p. m. with Mrs. Ed I

E WIlfGLAiJES 'egafd't 'petitlonsfor and peti- Following the business meetingthe I Culberson as hostess. I

NEWS 'tions'1'against a four-laning job ?n group; was served: refreshments I !
Pahokee by Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove. Pvt. Ray M. Ridenour arrivedin
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without caused the Bacom Point --. .. 'I Canal Point on Wednesday afternoon -
job to be pigeonholed. SRD officials t'
Interruption Every'Week for'More Than 30 Years Mrs. Doyle Branyon has returned : at 1:30 from Fort Jackson
I got the job mixed up with the four- t
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday laning job and nothing was done to her home in :Melbourne after S. C. He will visit with his family i

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance until Rardin sought reasons for the being the guest of her parents, Mr. until October 13, when he will report ;
and Mrs. W. S. Cross. to Fort Dix New Jersey. t
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office delay.
SRD ...
pointed out that -
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter ,
the job calls for widening the .2 of 1-"M I- I- M- H I-i 1 1 M I III I I 11_ Ml t n H It III I I 1 I I I II 11 1I
Paul Rardin_ Owner, Editor, Publisher a mile of street, putting in curb and I '

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Here Is, "What :Transpired At Monday's Pahokee Baptist< I PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN l

Meeting Of The ,Palm BeachOountyGOmmiSsioh Women In Meeting .
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road :
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"Mrs. Horace Unwin, new prest -.
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County crews were making>preparations -.f,visions plats-Unit 6. of Boca 'Raton the"general meeting Monday nightin OCTOBER 8-9-10
this week for an onslaughtagainst Square Boca Raton and the Church. Mrs.J. C.Mock gave OCTOBER 8-9-10
the marine grass which is Gramercy Park Unit 'No. 1, West the devotional and led in prayer. "FLAMINGSTAR" '
overgrowing Lake Osborne.A Palm Beach. I The program on "That Thy Way "GIDGETGOES
chemical gas which, kills the '.. .- May Be Known in Malaya and
Naida grass has been sampled,'by Indonesia" was presented by the HAWAIIAN"ELVIS PRESLEY AND
county park crews and is being' ordered Post Master Meet I program chairman Mrs. E. ]3. JAMES DARREN, MICHAEL BARBARA EDEN

,in quantity to work the lake. Gamble assisted by Mrs. C. R. CALLAN AND DEBORAH -ALSO-
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County Engineer Steve Middleton Held In ClewistonPostmasters I Wroten. '
WALLEY "Son of Robin Hood"DO
told the commission this week Among those who made plans to
that a special operators license is I I attend the Leadership Course in I I I I J r'l I J J J I : J t : t I I t,I I I J I't t 1 I I I t t t .. 1'T I t J I J t J t ,'.. \
being issued to handle the grass of the Fourth Dis- Riviera on Tuesday were; Mrs. D. .- ,
killer and,that workmen are at trict of Florida met at the Clew H. Collier, Mrs. David Unwin Mrs
work on a rig to work'the lake. iston Inn Sunday for their quarterly -I Paul Watson Mrs. ,Lee Shirley, I I

Middleton said application of the meeting. In the unavoidable 'Mrs. Mattie Chastain Mrs. Price i

chemical will start in about a week absence of Postmaster'A. W. Sias Burdeshaw,' Mrs. J. S. Younger, YOU REMEMBER HOW GOOD l
and:that It expected to take threeweeks Assistant Postmaster A. W.'Law-' Mrs. 'L. M. Mullis, :Mrs. ET. :B. !

to complete thejob.In rence, acted as host. Gamble Mrs. Annette. McCurdy" CLEVE USED TO T .
other actions this week the Mrs.Katherine Kirk,postmaster Mrs. C. R. Wroten Mrs. Mrvin
commission: 'of Goodland .presided at the busi- Crady and Mrs. H.'E.: Unwin. -

Approved construction:of a one ness session, Oakley Seaver,, Cler- "'" 'WASH-i& WAXCARS; ?
mile extension of the Ramie Plant mont postmaster, who secretary-' Will OrdainThree
road in the Glades'and authorizedthe treasurer of the state association, .'.
engineering department to'getright'of gave the principal address, and'presented I New Deacons -- -
certificates o:1:appreciationto WELL, -HE STILL DOES! STARTING TODAY! : .
way for extehsionrof l>uda
Road. The'right of way' tans'will retired postmasters of the dis-I The First.Baptist Church of Pa.

be, worked out with the Central] trict. These were George Farnall hokee will ordain three men to the We are back in the car washing and car polishing

and South Florida Florid 'Control Belle Glade; 'Paul Mahan Kobe 'deaconship on next Sunday morn- business. 'We'will pick up and deliver your caVif '
District. ,Sound and Walter Walters Fort ing. First Baptist has the rotating -
you will just give us a call.
Myers. for its deacons.
The board approved two subdi- system %
.. Mayor Tom Jones assisted Host These 'men who have served three
-. -. Lawrence in extending welcometo years and now retire from the act- YEARS OF_EXPERIENCE,HAVE TAUGHT
the visiting postal men and wom- ive group are Ralph Grimes R. C. 'US THE FINER ART.OF WASHING, WAXING -

"!Classified Ads en.Mrs. I Woofter W. V. Unwin, and" Paul AND GREASING CARS. LET US "
Edythe Canal Point, Tillery. These men may be electedto
,. PROVE IT.Lubricating.
service after
'I'SPABE"ROOMS1f- - WMJW" was elected secretary of the dis- again one year off
'rfehtr'If yau trict and Royal Palm Beach was the board. ,- T ,
have one, get touch-with'this ',chosen as meeting place for the The'men to be ordained on next } ;
:newspaper"and insert a *1 class next quarterly meeting. Sunday are M. S. Kirk:; Bill Moss: SpecialtySin 1934Cleve -

,ified.ad.,It:will get. 'es lt&JAUadap Rev. Henry Ford, Clewiston ,! and David; Unwin. The service will
yable in advance.The'Everglades gave the invocation; other guests 1 1i be conducted by the pastor the

News Canal Point Fla. i were Mrs. Doris Wolf and Mrs. Reverend Guthrie Colvard; assistedby
King of Immokalee.Garden all the ordained 'men of the ,Service :Station
'B last1 vie 1sreditibri"ot'Tbe
I- .- ,.- church,activeand, inactive. a i
>lsveil see Ntswain
';tVere' riailbd' ,:CaW Smt -&ifclwiU ,Ir i Club HoldsIteplarlVorkMegt r church After'Will the Ordination observe the service Lord's the (Your,Sinclair.Dealer'Since'i 4o..)'
'if W''S bSCHptIoils bVwelcohi-r
ed this week. Just$ 1tbr'. &:rt1fKeepfyid'uifoi'trb Supper.- .,IaCLASSIFIED 585 E.MAIN ST. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA .

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FOB_ SALE:_:New: .and: userf WlUya: The Canal Point Garden Club ... -." .. -'< r ,7t<< rq- t. r. "" __ ..,

% Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage members took a recess from their ....

Un ,Belle Glade Phone'.OoL'l7-64-ch.305$. 'work, last Thursday (club 'work ..

.:. --. -, day) at 1 p. m., to sing'Happy:
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APAETMENT3are rrfeeded by Birthday" to arfellow-member:) 'and

many tolks'COmfnt'into*Qfl&: area' worker, Mrs.J. H.: Bordeaux on her
to earn a living. Dofyou'have one 75''birthday. The meeting was be- POSITIONOPPORTUNITf
for rent? Tell them and'the'wortd 'ing held in the Community Build

'through a. $1' diad'tn'thMe ing.Mrs. .
columns Send along1'descrtptlon M. C. Carter president of :
of the apartment-and'a11'biIl and the club was hostess for the occasion '
Harvesting ,
'Experienced to and operate the -
we'll do the rest The Everglades and'served home cake and coffee ,: person manage

News, Canal_Point_Fla. 'to the honoree' along with Mrs.C. and Transportation Division'of n w'Sugar'Cane
:B. Jones 'Mrs., C. B. Stringari
SUBSCRIP'1'IONS.-areid\.t name label'shows'you to be'm''your $'Mrs. 'Glenn Powell and her houseguest Growers Co-op. Must have had experience in harvesting _

arrear that $2.00 on payment payment,"'now'and S&&' along''we. 'O. IL Sheppard Mrs. Dicey, Mrs.Shearburn F.M.Wilson., Mrs. and transporting and growing sugar cane, in the Glades.

I will continue to send you this great "Mrs. J. H. Miller and Mrs. A. H. Written replies held in strict confidence. t -

palladium of the finfiuy fireside.The'Everglades'News.tJan'al Scruggs. i- I
Point, -
C'FIa.VACATION'. CARD OF THANKSWe Address replies to: '

'is'juSt"aroimd want to take this:opportunity '
the corner.TIME Before you'take off, to*thank everyone for their eXpressions W. J. MILLER, JR., GEN. MANAGER j.
of sympathy, flowers, '
\ show 'about dropping a check for food, prayers and kindness during Sugar Cane Growers Co-op; Florida ,
.$2.bO: in,the mail for your Subscription ""
.the illness and-passing away of our i ;
: to The EverglaaesiNews, Canal'Point P.O.Box426 .
.o&- beloved Mother and Grandmother.
', _. ,..Fla.. -....- .' Your kindness will.always be re Belle Glade :Florida i
"r ,FOB SALE: Large M&ytag,'Gas membered. v .
t Stove, Used.very little. Call 7GOO THE,FAMILY OF f 'r ?

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4) Q: 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 $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the ,,
'. rate.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ,. ; .
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X r::<" Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living, expenses, :while E Bonds build a ;y
1"< ; nest for the future. That's why retired
egg many .
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people:hold H Bonds and families saving for; say, achild's a. f4
:>t:;,,: With Series H Bonds the 10-year maturity period :
education E Bonds.
4t. M .. more buy j.)
: 7.i.+ stays the same but interest is paid, you each
L ' six months.With both E and H Bonds the new Jate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series -. .,.

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Q:When did the new rate become effective? < (cost $7 .OO-, $200 (cost $150.00)), $500, ;: ,- t:

A: June 1,1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), :'A. "f.
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Page Pour'' The Everglades News, Canal'Point, Florida Friday, October 6, 1961


) and Mrs. J. A. Lavender of'I I Miss Alice Joyce Spencer, student -
, Pahokee are leaving this weekend of Jones Business College of
for a weeks visit with his mother, Orlando;: was a weekend visitor of
Airs. E. J. Lavender, in Charleston, I I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ..

S. C. They were accompanied on Spencer of Pahokee. ,
the trip by "Cleo." I Mrs. Casana Blood returned last
Mrs. J. W. Barrett of Canal week to her home in Ocala, following -

,. Point had as her guest last weekend a visit with her brotherinlawand
f her sister, Mrs. E. A. Forbes sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rog
and her grandson, Billy of West ers of Canal Point.
Palm Beach. According to word received hereby

j Eugene Dixon, son of Mrs. Hattie Mrs. C. B. Jones of Canal Point,
Dixon of Canal Point Teturned her son J..W. Jones of Albermarle, This Falcon four-door sedan highlights the compact car's new styling for 1962.

home Saturday from Camp Pendle- N. C., has been called back into While still "distinctively Falcon" the top-selling Ford compact features a new grille,

ton, Calif., following '26, months service of the :U. S. Army. Captai new front fenders and hood and larger taillights, but still retains the inside-outside

training with U. S. Marines. Gene: Jones will be stationed at Camp dimensions of predecessors.. On the interior, the instrument cluster has been '
Eustis Roanoke Va. He is
has his discharge and present he; near revamped and there are new fabrics, styles and colors for all models. The new
one of the reserves to begin active
is'resting, visiting with his family,' duty on October 2. Falcon line, to be introduced by Ford dealers on September 29, will feature a total
'and looking for, steady employ- of 13 models. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barwick of
Tills have Pompano, have recently moved
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley back to Pahokee and are residingin Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Airman Wayne Wagnon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buchananand
returned to their home after a visit
.Tau- the Hugo Boe home on East Canal Point had as their Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wagnon of Pa- little daughter, Karen, left Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
don in Wauchula.Mr. .':. Main Street. guests their son and daughterinlaw hokee, graduated'last week from for their home in Atlanta after
and Mrs. Rupert Mock plan Miss Kaye Dixon returned Sun Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks Redstone Arsenal School. He arrived spending the'past ten days visiting
to attend theBankers' I day to her home in Canal Point and family of Miami, also Mr. and here Wednesday on a thirty their parents, -Buchanans in
to leave Sunday
Convention in California.I from a weeks visit with relatives Mrs. Jacob Weeks and family of day leave before being assigned to Canal Point and the Normans in
in South Georgia. I Okeechobee. active duty in Turkey. Belle Glade.
Mrs. M. P. Stanley and Mrs. B.
R. Mosley returned to their homes \ I I
Thursday.after attending the board: i

meeting of Womans Clubs in Fort .
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and Mrs.. J. S. Chastain returned .-',
to Pine Park and Thomas- .. -; ,, ,t i

ville, Ga., Saturday after. stay of Jk
weeks at their home in
two ,
Pahokee.Mr. .

and Mrs. James Gibson and rTJIJltT

daughter, Jamie, were weekend ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Barad in West Palm Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Spooner at- ; !
tended the F. S. U. and U. of Fla.
football game in Gainesville dur- \ ,

ing the past weekend. Enroute '.
home Sunday, they stopped to visit

Mrs. Spooner niece, Miss Kathy !
Wilson, who .is attending Jones
i ;: Hottest news .In the wagon world.
Business College in Orlando. .. the new Falcon Squire '
Elinor Brackin of Pahokee and "
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Margie Raulerson of Okeechobee" .
spent the 'weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Loyd Brackin in Eagle Lake.
*Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meyers of Mi- j
Presenting '
ami were weekend guests of Mr. more everything ,

and Mrs. J. V. Thomas.
Mrs. Ollie Adams is visiting relatives -
in Glenwood, Ga., where she '
was called due to the illness of her love I
brother. you a Falcon for !

Mrs. Seth Roberts returned to _
her home Sunday after several '. , weeks visit with her mother in Ala- .....:..,:.' ;. .
bama. Mrs. Roberts received pain-
ful injuries from a fall received t
while she was away.
Mrs. Donald B. kepp has returned "" The Deluxe Fordor SedanS S t I
to her home after being a pa-
tient in Good Samaritan Hospitalfor 1 1I
several days. I 1I
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shelley and I
young daughter of Canal Point '
have as their house guest this week

her father, Howard Boatwir.e, of
Saltville, West,Va.
Richard Weeks, grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Canal
Point and son of Mrs. Juanita

Lockmlller of Washington Stats, I
left"last Monday for Fort Jackson .
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SNC'a to begin his training in the ,
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)irs. Sally Butler, representativefor -. We've got 'em! 13 wonderful new Falcon models t .for. : }. 1 ;
: Stanley products, has won a ; #. "

trip Nassau and will,leave.Sat. "':",':!{" :t ,"&?.=with more. to'see, more to save, more to love--:- '! '_ : .. '.,it i\\ ; ;

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Miss. Kay Hughes, daughter ofI l'vE t WAV
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes of Bry- Yes, Falcon is more Falcon than ever for '62! Leads the com S LIEVEDINTME

ant, left Saturday :':for Orlando, pact field with America's widest choice, most in savings, most POWER OF MMS ,I

where she has accepted a clercial in luxury and quality-plus a new quiet ride that will amaze 62 FALCON COMMIINiCAT ON
position with the British West Indies .
even Falcon's near-million happy owners. See the dazzlingnew
Central Labor Organization. '
Miss Hughes has been working as a Falcon Futura more than ever the compact cousin of the HAS Ira OF"c t -;

in the office of the Glades Thunderbird. Come in and .
:secretary sample Falcon's-"git! -and the new vJtAT AMERICA o I
Prison Farm in Belle Glade for the efficiency of the Falcon Six that this year recorded the best gas

:past Mr.six and weeks.Mrs. Don McKinnon re- mileage for a 6or 8-cylinder car in the 25-year history of the LOVE; MOST// '

turned Saturday to their home in Mobilgas Economy Run. All this plus' Falcon's famous low, l 2L..Q.... .;

:Miami following a visit of several low prices too.SEE .. .S, viz U .
weeks with her parents Mr. and P.-As Chet8dws o' UooiW'e.ew.r"diCMe,inc. ,
!Mrs. J. H. Strayer in Canal Point. 1A '
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mcdenithan FJ>AF." <
,of Pahokee had as their recent .' :
\ house guest, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. ;
Robinson of Plant City.. ''' :
Mrs. Max Beverly*f Ochlockne*, ,:: ) : : : : t'
Ga.;is the house guest of her parents Pahokee Motor Company ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton :

..." ._ in Canal Point. She accompanied I PAHOKEE, FLORIDA'. f
:her brother-in-law:and sister, Mr.and .
Mrs.J.R. Faulk of Belle Glade, .. .. -' < v- ,
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spent at home,in Shelbyville Te n. "

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First Lt., Donald deGraffenreid: :I ,J.D.jLathampresident of j
:: Pickett left Phokee last Thursdayfor I the general Womens Missionary :(

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, after Society of the Canal Point Baptist ,
spending several days with his I Church, attended the Leadership
.. mother, Mrs. Edna Pickett and Course in Riviera Beach last Tues-
' 1 family. He leaves Camp Bragg on I day the other members attendingthe
October 10 for Europe where he course with her were; Mrs. W. .
will serve with the Armored Div. S. Cross, Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. '
of the 4th Tank Batt., for the next S. A. Nall, Mrs. J. H. Strayer; Mrs.
two years. Thompson nda Mrs. Roy Brantley.Thiiiklng .

. First Methodist C..al point St Mail's Catholic --- --- ---

Church, PahokeeRev. Bapthtiurck. M *" *?

About Building?
T. C. O'Steen R.v" Charles D. Stuart. Pastor Father Francis Fennech: Pastor
SUNDAY: SUNDAYm Sunday! Mass -=. H:SO. .,m.Confessions ,
9:45 a. m.-Church School, ,--;Sunday 43.ef ore Mas?.
. 11:00 a. m.;Morning Worship 11:00..a.Horn1ng Worship aa.-. For Free Estimates, Call -
'6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. m.Training Union "
The:Church God
7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 7>30 p. m.-Evening_ ,Worship I
.?TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY .Of Prophecy,,feahokeeCanal ', WILEY TILLIS
7:00 p. m.-Vesper'Choir prac 7:30 p. .-Prayer Heet&g. ,
ticeWEDNESDAY ** m m* Point Road General Contractor
: The Methodist Church John H. Kinard, pastor
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week davotiona I
''. 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Canal Point. Florida 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127Mqnday I
-' tice.Canal .,.. .. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service
7:45 p. Evangelistic .Service
Robert A. Shelley. Pastor .
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8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. -
Point First SUNDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. "
'" 10:00 a. m.-Church School mm*
Baptist Churcli"Elder 11:00 a.' .-Morning Worship Everyone welcome. Special musio -

6:30'p. :Youth Fellowship and singing. Cattle Sales .
R. E.Barfield 7:30 p. m.Evening. Worship 7" .
SUNDAY: MONDAY:' Christian Science
' :. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice
:I.. '11:00 a. m. :Morning Worship TUESDAY: Grout) Of Canal Point fiiiJ, Are regularly ,held at the Glades Livestock Market '

7:00'p.. .-B. T. C. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st I F Why the healing law of God can iJ which is owned and operated by more than 120

" 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Tuesday2nd be relied upon to overcome sin and IiJ Florida Cattlemen. .
: : sickness will be '
explained Sundayat
f -. 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer 7:30 p. mj-Esther Class meeting I Christian Science church serv- You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

. Service WEDNESDAY: 'ices. at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer'Meeting I I
f T' 7:30 m.-Ladies Auxiliary The 'subject ,of the LessonSermon outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us
I is "Are Sin, Disease, and '
:: Meeting.. Church Of.God,. Death Real?" Among. the Scrip- trial. -
!. tural selections to be read are -h +:-I-t-I-t----H--t
!: Barfield
Highway iiJ
First Baptist- these words of Isaiah (33): "For"

f k .' Church, Pahokee. Pahokee-, Florida the Lord is our judge, the ,Lord iff S SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School our lawgiver, the Lord is our king; ,
, Guthrie W. Colvard, :Minister 11 iOO A., M.-Morning: Worship J he will save us. And the inhabitant -
i, Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 7:30 P. :Evangelistic Service I shall not say, I am sick: B
r: Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. I; 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer'Meeting the people that dwell therein shall Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
;i';' Training Union 6:30.p.m. : be forgiven their iniquity."
: Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. 7:30 P. M. ThursdaY-Y. P. E. Readings from "Science and [!!!II
Wednesday Prayer Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
r. Service 7:30'p.. m. Mary Baker Eddy will includep. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

.t' A warm welcome.to .all. St. Peter's.Lutheran ( 381): "God is. the lawmaker, J Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager
... Church Belle Glade but He is not the author of bar- .
r The Pahokee Church barous codes. In infinite Life and i [;i rz
Love there is no sickness, sin, not -
Of The Nazarene I 601 August W. Lake Koerber Rd.,Belle, Pastor Glade. death, and the Scriptures." declare ... -- I

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433 Bacom Paint Rd.
being in the infinite
Divine Services 11 A. M.School
f Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 --
0:45 A. M.
t- SUNDAY SERVICES: .... I Private Ridenour
f 9:45 a. m.-Sunday ScnooL
ti 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship.. Holy Nativity Gets Basic TrainingFORT
6:30 Juniors.
p. m.-
'7:00 p. m.Sunaay Evening. Episcopal. Church:,;. JACKSON, S. C.- Private 1
. Evangelistic Service.: Pahokeo Ray M. Ridenour son of Mr. .u" I I iIII! J .
WEDNESDAY: and Mrs. John Ridenour of Box
' .., .7:30 p. m. Midweek 'Prayer M. Wendell Hainiin, vicar' 537 Canal Point, Fla. has been assigned -* J I
r. meeting, SUNDAY: to Company D, 3rd Battal-
t "Where you are a stranger but 10 a. m.-SUnday School ion, 1st Trailing} .Regiment of the
.. once". 11 a. m. Worship Service I
.., .. i U. S. Army Training Center, In-
fantry, at Fort Jackson, S. C.,
. II i t 11111111 % 1IJJ ; 1..1 11.1 : ; 11,1.111 till ), where he is undergoing eignt

'weeks of Basic Combat Training.He .
rk has been taught rifle marks- T t

; Need Money manship under the U. S. Army's 1 I. I

.' Trainfire program which enablesthe

' N To Build- It? .) better previous modem. rifleman methods.solider in. In less to this become time program than a, t ::: {

most of his training consisted of

i firing: his rifle at pop-up targetsat ,
unknown distances on terrain
r.... :) which duplicates combat areas.
Other highlights of his, intensive _
, training include squad; 'tactics,
I bayonet and hand-to-hand combat:, Polios
and crawling the infiltration course
while machine gun :fire is popping Steps :& Terraces . .
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. '--''' Inexpensive'
:" -- i BPW Club Met In For complete family outdoor living .

.... .. ; ...,..-..,' \ Bus ,1essSession Attractive make your patio or terrace with easy
Rot-proof to install. easy to maintain concrete
The Pahokee Business and Professional Permanent masonry blocks. They are economical,
= Home Financing Is Our .Specialty Woman's Club met Tuesday long lasting add to the beauty of
7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. your home. For quality block pre
When you finance'your home here, you deal with Doris Sasser for their regular business cision made on Stearns equipment .

a local association with:headquarters right here and social meeting, with Mrs. ee u* today.
s':; Sft in our community, and whose officers and employees -*? Alys Okie. presiding* over the. bus
.: are sincerely interested in seeing that Announcement was made of then

T 3T.>. you attain true, debt-free home ownership. ,P.W. State Board:Meeting to be
held October 21 and 22 in Tampa.
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Seven ladies made plans to attend

: Federal this Last meeting.Sunday, seventeen members

: attended the services; together at
i- the First Baptist Church: in Paho- .
kee in recognition of National Bus- ..
' ? SAVINGS XNSUBZD UP TO ,1. 00 BT VXD3BAI*SAVZHOS iness Womens Week. >
4S.$. W.AT*. "." >UUS CLUK IIIOKS.1rr...... Following the business meetingthe
I-.. _. ....- .. .... .___ members enjoyed a fish dinner. ..
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j ji:'Convertible roof line on 4.

't1 |.. '62 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe .' r .I

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t. Mr. and Mrs. J.'W. Brown were Melinda Darlene is the name

accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. F. H. given to the little girl who arrived

Poteete of Pahokee to Ocala .for +f September 29 at the Good Samari

! weekend at the Brown's lake I :.. \
a r tan Hospital in West Palm Beach '

1 I home. They attended the University to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Houston

of Florida and Florida State Stuart, of Indiantown. The ma- t:

football game in Gainesville on ternal grandparents are Mr. and !

'Saturday and also visited thier Mrs. Hugo Raineri'of Pahokee and I
Miss Jean Brown who is
daughters, !
the paternal grandparents are, Mr. I
at the University Flor..
a Junior of
and Mrs. C. L. Stuart of Canal !
ida and Miss Joyce Brown who is a Point.Mr.. I
freshman at. the Central Florida '
and 1.frs.Vllfred Woods I
t :Junior College:
(Anne, l Henderson) of 1575 Phyllis
Mrs. Seth Roberts returned home I
Drive Merritt Island, announce the I
Sunday from a month's visit with
I i birth of a son born October 2 in
her mother, Mrs. Mary McArthurat I
I the Belle Glade Memorial Hospital
Slocomb, Alabama. .
'' He weighed 8 IDS., and 14 ozs. Mr.
Miss 'Brenda Unwin and :Miss
r and Mrs. Brooks Henderson of Pa-
Barbara 'Gay, students at Jones
hokee are the paternal grandparents. -
Business the weekend
} College spent .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The ultimate in smart styling is the 1962% sheet metal which gives the sport coupe an exclusive .
H. E. Unwin in,Pahokee.-The girls ChcTrolet Impala Sport Coupe (shown above). and jaunty appearance. The Impala tops

t, ;rode: home with Mr. and Mrs. Michelle The new"roof, 'line at' first:glance closely .resembles : a line of 32-.passenger car models.inctading theCorrair Honor Mrs. Dixon
the fabric top of the 'Impala Convertible. Corvette and the new Chevy II series,
.- Wilson who are also attending Closer''inspection re'reals'ailroit' styling of roof which Chevrolet dealers will"introduce Sept. 29. At Bridal ShowerMrs. .
Jones College. They were I
guests of her 'parents, Mr. and -
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Jimmy Dixon, of Pahokee1was
Mrs.W. R. Wilson Pahokee. I '
Mr. and Mrs. D.of:H. Muilis", and 'Presbyterian Meet ''MayBe This?IdeaWoultfWbrk IFamiIY ReuniorfByGiierry the honoree at a bridal miscel-

son Danny, of Orlando were the With"Mrs. LaflinThe ( On Our Families laneous calling shower Saturday
afternoon September 30, at 3:30 to
weekend guests of their 'p rents, '
Glades VegetablesLAKELANDAn 6:00 at the home of Mrs. J.
Mr. p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stokes and
home of Mrs. A. R. Chastainof
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. L. Reeves 161 South Elm Street,
and Mrs: C. H. Mullis in Canal
Canal Oct. 2 8 I
Point at p. m. Guerry of Belle Glade was the Pahokee. Other hostesses servingwith
ingenious idea
Point. They have recently moved
was the scene of the first fall meeting scene of and turkey
a family;reunion Frank
Mrs. Reeves Mrs.
from Cocoa to Orlando ,where he in the mind of a Florida Citrus were
of the Circle 5 of Women
I the o'f buffet'dinner'l st Sunday. The
Anderson, Mrs. Olaf Boe, Mrs.
has a position with the Martin Commission executive will literallyput i
Company.Mr. Everglades Presbyterian Church, thousands of "traveling billboards" occasion being in honor of Rich- I Grady Boynton, Mrs. Fred Corbin
with Mrs. Mae Laflin, chairman, ,ard Weeks induction into the I .
Mrs. Gladys Kane, and Mrs. J. A.
and Mrs. L. D. Echols and x on the nation's highways I :
family of Canal Point had as their presiding. advertising Florida orange juice. Army. Guests other than Richard j Lavender. ,
Mrs. W. Whitlock, of Belle were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calhoun
Sunday luncheon guests, his broth- at little or no cost to the State's The spacious new home was I
Glade, vice president of the Women daughter, Miss Frances Calhoun,
beautifully decorated for the occas-
er-in-law and 'sister, Mr. and :Mrs citrus industry. I
of the Church gave the Bible also Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Weeks
D. H. Cammack of Ft. Myers, also Harold S. Gardner, Commission sion using floral arrangements at
Study, topic, Stewardship; "Our and children, all of Miami Mr. and
vantage points throughout
; his brother and family, Mr. and advertising manager, figures each
Heritage and Mission. I Mrs. Jacob Weeks and children, of home. The dining table was overlaid
Mrs. G. T. Echols and' daughter truck with giant 'posters attached
Terri,of Canal Point Rev. J. K. Johnston, new,interim on the sides, ,will travel over 10,000 Okeechobee; Mr.,and Mrs. Trevette with a lace cloth centered with,

Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of pastor of the Presbyterian Church miles each month, carrying the, Weeks,and children, also an uncle, an arrangement of pink LaFrance
of Belle Glade, Mrs. Urban Felsing, Roy Barnes all of Lake
Canal Worth; hibiscus flowers and carrissa
Point received word last I Florida citrus message to millions crys-
president of the Women of the Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller
and two tal candelabra, pink punch served .
Thursday of the illness and hos- of persons in every far-flung corner -
pitalization of their granddaughter Church, also the vice president, of the country and Canada. Over daughters of Winloclc. Washington from crystal punch bowl and pink
I Mrs. W. K. Whitlock; all of Belle ; Mr. and Mrs. J. G Weeks of
trucktrailerswill decorated individual cakes carried
L y n del Chastain. Lyndel. fourteen hundred
Glade, were guests at the meeting. Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. James t out the color scheme. :Miss Linda
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. be rolling more than 14 mill ,
Chastain of Thomasville, Georgia, Following the program the host- ion miles per month, Gardner said, Weeks and s children. of Paho- I j Hand, cousin of'the bride kept thebride's
ess, Mrs. Laflin, served refreshments kee. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
McCartyand I book and Miss' Iva Hand
former residents of Canal Point, is proclaiming that the truck is I
a>patient of Archibald Memorial to the guests 'and ,eight "Loaded with Vitamin C Florida five children of Belle Glade; bride's sister presided at the cake
members. and Mr. Mrs. I. W. Weeks
and and table.
Hospital of that city. .. Orange Juice.
Fred Brock of Norfolk Va., joined "The estimated value of this Miss Alice Guerry all of Pahokee; Corsages of'mums were worn by

his wife and baby son in Canal Mrs. Huddle CalledTo much advertising space would runbetween ,Mrs. Katy Sue Calhoun of Griffin, ,the honoree, her grandmother. Mrs. .

olnt"last week for a week's visit Parents' Bedside $200,000 and $330,000", Georgia and Mrs. Ola Calhoun of Fred Hand and Mrs. Hattie Dixon,

with both their families before tak Gardner pointed out.'The only Canal Point. mother of the groom, these along

ing them home. They left early cost to the Commission is the_ investment .. I with a silent-toast master to the .
Mrs. Billie Huddle, of ..Indiantown -
Monday morning by car, for their and fourth grade teacher of in printing' -the posters." Rally Day Will Be 1 honoree were gifts of the hostesses.

I home in Va. accompanied by her Gardner hit upon the idea many Approximately fifty guests' called
the Canal Point School, was called 'I
\ mother, Mrs. H. S. Browning. early'this week to Wythville. Va., months ago and sounded out the Sunday By Baptists I during the afternoon. Mrs. E. A.
t trucking industry mostly those II I I Forbes of West Palm Beach, ''irreat
.---- by the illness of her parents, Mr.
!! VISITORS RETURN and Mrs. D. C. WaddelL hauling frozen Florida orangeto The Rally Dfur; The Canal I aunt of Mrs. Dixon, was here for
if they would the party.Bailey.
Mrs. Bonnie Todd of Pahokee, is see Point Baptist Church will be held
lira. J. D. Johnson of 'Florida
the venture. They tentative .
t teaching her class during her ab gave .Sunday. After the -
morning worship -
Southern College in Lakeland, her okay pending a look at the finished !
I niece Miss Betsy Ann Caison and sence. poster.Gardner's. services in the Church, the Family Is

I Miss Linda Lee Rich of Clinton, N. next step 'was to de- families of the_Church will carry Kwik Chek Winner
their Basket Dinners to the c ,
C., have _returned! ,.to 'their homes Stewart Announces .. vise a poster large enough to attract I
munity Hall, which will be
after being the'guests of Mr., and of m-j
attention and be
yet rug- The William
Thomas Bailey family
on the tables in the Hall. Each I
Johnson.Mns.: Johnson
Ralph 5 Sermons
Sunday construction to with- ,
ged enough
of the Pahokee Housing Project -
who holds.
is'the mother of Ralph Johnson and ily membership in the .
stand the 'rigors of weather and Point was, pleasantly surprised last
Canal Baptist Church is asked ,
retiring' this year after serving The :1i v. Charles D. Stewart, wind..He finally settled on'a poster Saturday when his name was drawn
Assistant | to ,be present in the Church for'the
many years as the, Dean paslxrrof'Jthe'"Canal: Point Baptist measuring 6% feet in width by entire- in the New Kwik-Chek Store boat
of Women at Florida'Soutlien'Col-J!:'Church*, hasignnouiiaed his sermon ,13% feet high, silk screened on 'Morning Church activities giveaway
Social program.
and then to the
/ 'go
,lege. I lI|[ to i :'for the five Sunday evening:I washable plastic. ,An extremelyI Hour Activities in the Community Mr. and Mrs. Bailey"and family

-- I services during the month of Octo I I tough'adhesre on the* back'ofttlie HalL ,were making preparations for their
PATTERSON CIRCLE. 1 poster prevents it from blowingoff. 'twenty-fifth
ber.His During the Morning Worship wedding anniversary
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Patterson I first'sermon was on the dinner: when they received the riewa
The lone Circle,of the Kdur, the Pastor.CharlesD.. Stewart -
Canal.Point'Baptist Church will "Preacher"r 'second 4 will:, be onrtteacons" *Adv5hcih&* the idea from ,blueprint will publicly install all Church of his gift of the :new Aluminum

j meet Monday 3-p. m.. at the home ; third., rr achera": to reality"was"not without' elected officers, leaders and work- Craft, 12 ft. boat,' ,complete with
fourth, 'Training Union Workersand stumbling block, however. It seems
of :Mrs. W. S. Cross, with Mrs. : ers October Ijsf is the beginning of a 7% horse power'Scott-Atwater
oriamz tion" aid: tftat the Interstate Commerce -
r Missionary motor Their
Year'with: anda Spartan trailer.
"Cross, the new circle chairman the New Church Bap-
the fifth Sunday evening is scheduled Commission had some sort of a
; two eleven and
sons, seven
presiding. :Mrs. M. F. George has tists ypung
of the to be a joint :worship service 1 I rule tht prevents'anyone except years of age, didn't lose any time
program. -
charge with the Methodist in I advertising agencies from placing I
.congregaton I before making big plans for the
.. their church." J I selling-messages Interstate car- Annual Officers boat. Their daughter 'Mrs. 'Ida
riers. Gardner, not to be thwarted
Florida Bankers Plan4H MIms was with her parents for
ATTEND WMU MEET I|I at this stage: of the game, madea I Named By School .that occasion.

Work Aid Drive Among the ladies from ahokee flying trip to Washington to sea -

who attended the annual meetingof what could"be done. I The Annual Staff officers of the

I I GAINESVILLE-Florida bank- Palm Lake W.M.U. at the First The ICC listened with patienceand .Pahokee High School for this year Dewey Hughes Is

I I ers will, join with 4H'Club mem Baptist Church in West Palm interest. He convinced them it !:are: Editor-in-chief, Willie Adams; Chairman Deacons /

bers in the state during October to Beach Tuesday were Mesdames E. was an unusual circumstance and I Copy editor, Bbnnilou Lair; Art

support the educational_.programsof ; B. Gamble, W. G. Colvard Price merited special consideration. TheU. editor, Vicki Alley; Photos editor, At the first meeting of the,Deacons -
the National 4-H Club Founda- Burdeshaw. Marvin Unwin, Lee S. bureau agreed and waived the Betty Johnson; Sports editor, Bill of the Canal Point Baptist

tion.C.. Shirley, Horace Unwin, J. V. Chas- requirement.Junior : 'I' Maxson; Feature editor, Joann MeKinstry Church for the year 10011962an '

Ellis Clark, vice president and tain, Adaline Wroten, Annette Mc- ; Organization editor, 'Patsy Monday night October 2, D. P. .

agricultural consultant of the first Curdy, Paul. Watson, L. W. Mullis. 'Keene; Business Manager, Robert Hughes was elected to serve as the

National Bank at Miami, has been Among the ladies from Canal Point CrossIn Boe; Advertising Manager, Chairman of the Deacons; with J.HBordeaux .

named to lead this year's fund who attended the annual PalmLake Yvonne Thompson; SubscriptionManager as Vice-Chairman, and

drive. W. M.: U. meeting at the First MeetingThe ,'Bill Johnson. Mrs. :Mryth A. T.Holt to serve as Secretary. R.

Clark's appointment was made First Baptist Church In West Palm McCormick, Teacher sponsor. J. Maxson was the Chairman of

f>y Jesse W. Tapp chairman of'the Beach Tuesday were Mesdames J. Junior 'Red Cross of Canal -A the .Deacons for 1960-1961 period.He .

board of the Bank of America, who H. Strayer. S. A. Nail, W. S. Cross, Point School held their first meet- TO VISIT IN CANAL POINT presided, at the meeting.last ,

heads the bank program for the J. D. Latham Paul Rardin. J. L. ing Tuesday. October 3. at 2:30 p. Nat Nason of West Palm Beach Monday night. .

National 4-H' ''Sponsors oun\IL McCall. Guy Thompson and 'Mrs.: I m. Officers elected for the new has arrived at the home of his ----. ,

Last year 76 Florida banks partici- Brantley year were Nancy Harrington, President grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller and two

pated in this program.The I ; Ricky Holt vice president; Matson, where he will visit for '10 small daughterS: Ruth 'and Maryof

campaign enables bankers Mrs. J. E. Carter of Jacksonville and Brenda.Ingram, secretary. Mrs. days while his parents, Mr. and Winlock, Washington arrived

t to broaden their traditionally is the house guest of her brother Charlotte Walston is the teacher Mrs. Will Nason 'will vacation- Canal Point Friday and 'are the

strong "local support Mf: the4H 'ahd'8iSt r-tn-law; Mr.-"and'Krs.'M.l i,sponsor and'Mrs. W. E. Blackwell the mountains of North Carolinaand house guests of'her parents, Mr.'!.'.

Club program. D.Geiger of Canal Point. as mother advisor visit places in:Mississippi. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks. -


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The Bvergtedes New- Caaal. Potet Florida Friday, October 6, 1961 ...

H iiaioiii1aiii SMATHERS RARDIN ROGERS Blue Devils Plav ''I

... By G. P. School Forest Hill, WPBPahokee


;r. Mrs. W. E. McCall. president of High School Blue Devils

: the Canal Point'PTA, presided overt will go to West Palm Beach tonight 1

; the short business. meeting: Mon I 4 where they will meet the
, day, Oct. 2 at 8:00 p. m. in the highly touted Falcons of Forest l'
school'cafetorium.I' Hill High School. A former coachat
Bruce Sittings read the minutesrt' : s 5' Pahokee, Frank Hobson, is principal S

; of the last meeting in the absence of the east coast school.

F ,.' of Mrs. Miller, the regular secre Unbeaten and lightly regarded .
:.:' tary. Mrs. G. L. Lanham gave the Ac Pahokee already is ahead of its

.'_ treasurer's report. Mrs. Joe Cherry, : ( record the past two seasons as it I

'',_' Halloween Chairman reported the shares the Suncoast Conferencelead
Halloween carnival is to be held with similarly unwhlpped
L on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 6:00 p. m. : Forest Hill of West Palm Beach

. The costume parade wilt begin at and Seacrest.

'0 6:30 p. m. on the front lawn of the Ticketed, for a low berth in preseason t

(I ; school. Concessions will include EICI speculation, the Blue Devils

'- rides, country store, baked goods have rolled over Naples, Riviera

. ., and extra booths will be added Beach and Clewiston with a sturdy
}$; later. defense and the Peacock cousinson

E ,.Mrs. Mildred Larrick, program offense.
t:', w chairman, introduced 'the speaker, Fans who wish to attend the

:r Floyd Erickson a pioneer of Canal game may turn at SR7 and go south

, ,,, 'i Point. His talk was in connectionwith for a couple of miles to a new road

the ",Pioneer Days.of.the Railroad ICI i i leading into West Palm Beach. It
: in the West," which the 4, 5, is Forest Hill Boulevard and goes

i and 7th grades are studying. .9 in past the school where the Blue
f F.. I Mr. Erickson began his talk with I Devils will play. It is an easy wayi

:. the year of 1911. He was a small I i I to find the field.

boy when-his father. mother, two .
I'. brothers and one sister moved from]I
Belle Glade Juniors
" Ft. Myers to Canal Point. They 1
.. traveled by boat down the Caloos1. ::- Defeat Riviera 11

hatchee River across Lake Hipo- United States Senator George Smathers, County Commissioner Paul Rardin and Congressman Paul
,, chee and down three mile canal to Rogers scan the program for the Ground Breaking of the Glades Sugar House on Airport Road northeast I The Belle Glade "B" team defeated -
Lake Okeechobee. of Belle Glade last Monday. Sen. Smathers was the main speaker and was introduced by Congressman the Riviera Beach "B" teamon
I I Rogers. Commissioner Rardin was Master of Ceremonies for the occasion.
r They crossed over to the Eastern I _______ ___ __ __ _______________________ _____________________________________________.____ I Tuesday night of this week bya
shore to their present home site. score of 12 to 6.
f The water was clear until the hurricanes SHORT MEETINGThe AT THE HOSPITAL
, Later they bought the land for I The Belle Glade Golden Rams
of 1926 and 1928 washed Canal Point Lions Club Patients in the Hos-
and for I remaining
; farming. will be in Stuart tonight to do bat-
clear water much of Belle Glade and Chosen I meeting Monday evening was very pital October 4, Mrs. Lettie Wald-
r- The crystal was I tle with the squad representingStuart
brought by pails from the lake into i farming muck land into the lake. short as most of the members ron of Sebring; Miss Margery: high school.

;- the homes for cooking and bathing. At the close of his talk the mem- wanted to hurry with the dinner so I Kahn, Ellis Wilkinson, Mrs. Geraldine .

, The lake shore or "Ridge" was bers asked questions on Pioneerliving that they might attend the Canal Vandegrift, William T. Wood CLASSIFIED ADS
' conditions. Point Teachers Association and A. E. Funderburk of Paho
shaded J Parents I all
high ground by large cypress !. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
trees, trails or paths were Following the program the room I meeting at the Canal Point school. kee.
count was taken and won by Mrs. .
used-to visit the neighbors Beyond -
" ,Burr's first grade. Mrs. Gibson, .
the ridge the muck land was cov-
Mrs. and Mrs. Blackwell
ered by a growth of custard apples,
; farther. out willows and elders grew were hostesses for the meeting. -1

and .beyond these were miles I CALLING ALL BOYS 6 THROUGH 10!

J of sawgrass. All supplies had to be 'I Ford Place Gives-

purchased. in Ft. Myers and this
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took a week to make a trip. ""
Mr. Spooner said the Pahokee-
By 1914 there ,were many set .
Canal Point competition is part of
tlers here and no school his father
. a nationwide program sponsored by r
was chosen to to the county
go Ford Division of Ford Motor Com>
court house in West Palm Beach to Register Now .
pany in cooperation with the Na- .
apply for a teacher. He had to go
. tional Football League. Known is Every Boy
: by boat dfewn the Hillsboro Canalto
"P. P. & K."-Punt,, Pass and Kick t
,. Ft. Lauderdale then by train -the competition will culminatewith for PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY'SIt's Registering
back to West Palm Beach. Miss
all expense trips by five national -
Amanda, Snyder of West Palm I t
winners and their fathers to Gets FreeP.
Beach was hired to come out and I '
the National Football League
teach in the little one room schoolhouse |I,
Championship game, and an offic-
next door to their home. |I P. & K. Instruction
ial reception at the White House.'
(This site is where his home now I P
stands.), Selection of the National Champ- Book, written by Yale
- ions will be made as a result of Unitas and
All the children up the ridge at- televised competitions at a home Lary, Johnny

,. tended this school, even he was game of 'each of the 14 National ,! Paul Hornung threeof
allowed to attend although he was Football League teams. pro football's best! J

'j only four years of age. Several The local P. P. & K. competitionis

years later another school was open to grade school boys aged Official 1961 Nel Guide-
opened about two miles north of his six through 10, and will be held
home, on the Hart property, (nowa j early in October. Registration for book, packed with interesting -,

part of the Brisco Estate) with the event will be at Pahokee Motor CONTEST facts on all the

,:Miss Lulu Barfield as their teacher. Co., Pahokee, until Oct. 14. Thereis National Football League
Miss Lulu Barfield now lives on no cost, but entrants must be accompanied -
. Barfield Highway in Pahokee. He
by a parent or guardian.
went to this 'school in the fifth
Each entrant will receive a p P.
grade about the year of 120.! The ; P. P. & K Participant
& K. an instruction book F'UN'
pupils badge 1 FREE ItB Nothing to buy! And
following year all the' went written by NFL stars Johnny Uni-l Badge for you, to wear!
f. to Canal Point,and attended schoolin
tas, Yale Lary and Paul Hornung,

... a Baptist Church building, near 'I and an official 1961 NFL Guide_ you can win lots of PRIZES too!
\\I ,the present school building. book. .

1922 the ,first brick structure fciChamber
was erected and was called the I I 'lr
first high school in -Canal Point. Officials It's true, 'fellows! You don't have to buy winners. Lots of prizes to win, too. How

The building was made of poor ma- a thing to enter. or to compete in the -, would you like an official NFL uniform
terial and soon had to be replaced. Will Be Inducted .
He recalled all the events in the PUNT, PASS & KICK Contest sponsorwarmup: jacket? Or a trip to the i

history of the Canal Point Schools ed by Ford: Dealers in cooperation with NFL game in your area? Or a trip to the
1 pp to 1928, the time of his gradua Next Monday night at eight 1
.,. tion.. Several years later the high I o'clock' in the Elks Club Dining-I the National Football League. NFL Championship game with your

school was moved to Pahokee.He room new officials of the Pahokee dad? Or to the White House?
since trip
Then .. : the contest is divided a
gave a brief history of the Chamber of Commerce will be in- I' .
first roads.'Conners Highway ,was ducted into their new offices with into age groups, 'you'll compete against They could be yours so register now!

completed from Okeechobee to Bob Fisher taking over the post of I But remember must be accompanIedand
boys your own age in punting, passing you
.West Palm Beach Inl925. Railroad president..He succeeds Karl Mind-
was built through Okeechobee to I lin ,who has served (during the past place-kicking! The total of points: by your father, mother or legal guard-

.. Sand Cut in 1923 the following year year. scored in each event will determine the ian in order to register. .
., it was brought on to Canal Point County Commissioner Paul Rar- 'to
and the train was known as "The din wiU be installing officer in the

.. Black SatcheL" Years later when induction oy the new officers: Ro1- ,
, T the road was built around the lake I ertFisher, president; Judge J. L. BRING IN YOUR DAD AND GET FULL DETAILS. AT

1 to' Clewiston a bus load of school Tyson. Jr., vice president and new

f children attended the Canal Point director; Edward Jensen, treas-1 '

'. ,1 !- High School fora term or two. urer; Frank Gillis, Ray Hatton and
r' His father bought a pump and David Unwin, new directors.M. PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY

.... laid pipes to the lake for their E (Jack) Cox; outgoing pres- PAHOKEE. FLORIDA
:water supply and this pump is still ident of the West Palm Beach .

being.used, although some parts of Chamber of Commerce.will speak If. '- -

,It have- ,.been. replaced. many times.I at the dinner meeting- 4ii 11 nu' in t nit 111 i 11 iin in 111111 ii 11 i in u i n I III 1111111 n m 11 n i ; it I I
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