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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 38 NUMBER? CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. I49J, PM. Subscription 4.00 year



Meet Here! Friday ... :\' ....,', ,

.. 'I, ,' .:," Selection of SchoolSuperintendent



I A publiC meeting of the governI -I citizens: presented views concerning
I,board of the Central and South- hours of operation of the new
Florida Flood Control District locks. The FCD Board will now OK

j be held at nine o'clock tomor- consider establishment of hours

II (friday. Sept 13)). at Sugar i! for the lakeshore locks and recommendations :

Auditorium, Clewiston. Among to be forwarded to
mii to be considered will be the theArmy Corps of Engineers tor I

,on of operation of new boat the hours of operation of the locks For Special Election

f,k. on the Kisslmmee River and on the Kisslmmee Waterway. The I

!he northwest shore of Lake FCD will operate all nine locks.In -

keechobee other business Friday, the! r1&; L' The Hendry County. Board of to open bids on the surfacing: of
I S Six locks on the Kisslmmee River FCD Board will receive for acceptance Commissioners at Tuesday's meeting Bridge Street in LaBelle with

I,d one between Lake Cypress and (for operation and maintenance I approved the School Board's bids to be advertised starting this

be Tohopekaliga will permitall ) Levee 68-A, recently com.I request presented by County Super. week.
of six.foot draft to navigate pleted in Broward County at a cost, y >, Intendent J, Homer Bible to Include The Board agreed to advertisefor

L e mile-long Kisslmmee water- of $276,000 The new levee, located an election which will be- two 1963 or 64 Ford Chevroletor

r.a7 now being Improved between inside Conservation Area 3, extends termlne whether Itendry County's CMC dump trucks and one on
ke Okeechobee and the city of from point Just west of U.S. I! 4 Superintendent of Public Instruction :- which a trale-In will be involved.

simmee. Two locks in the Herrt 27 and State Road 84 to the South i [ will be elected or appointed, E. R. Thomasson, County Road
[ Hoover Dike on the northwest New River Canal at FCD Pumping d i in connection with the November S Superintendent presented the

here of the lake permit- boats to Station 9. Shaped like a U, the Special Election. amended plat of the Clewiston

Lvijate from Glades County into levee Is designed to reduce seepage ...4t La 1 1I The School Board will pay one- Rldgelawn Cemetery Addition No.

[.e lake. and provide better water controlin 1 half of the election costs, with 1, now showing the consecutive
[Three public hearings, at Okee- the big Conservation Area which Freeholders (property owners) numbering of burial lots, and was

liobee\ Kisslmmee and Moore supplies fresh water to both Brow- only to vote in the school-connect: Instructed to have several copies ;

area were held in August when ard and Dade Counties. I ''L a 'a' eR. ed portion of the Nov 5 election. made by the next meeting so the
plat may be accepted
Clerk Dorothy dark reportedthat
Jack Fry of Clewlston, has Leon Bembry, lessee of a portionof
OWA Faces Financial Crisis 1 been appointed by the Clewlston the County's Airglades Airportnear
,
Chamber of Commerce to serve on Clewiston, appeared before
( (Lb the Hendry County Recreation; the Board seeking approval of
Endorses 'Recreation' Amendment committee with Commissioner! assignment of one-half the leaseto

Oration George, chairman; P. M.' Frank Polhill and approal of

| Directors of the Okeechobee Watmy to Banta for expenses Incurred Llbardonl of LaBelle appointed by sub-letting portions of the leased

Association voted to en- during the past months -'-- -' the Greater LaBella Chamber of property to other Interests which

ne the proposed amendment re- President Paul Franklin and directors "ALL RIGHT MEN THE PAHOKEE GAME l. the team," he said. A boa fire and pep rally. Is Commerce as the third member of was approved. .
Etiftf to outdoor recreation to the discussed various possibilities Just one week away" says Coach Joe Bandy< being planned for next Thursday. night at Cane the committee. This committee will A request from Glades Sugar

Fonda; constitution which will go for getting the Association: daring a brief rest In practice. "Tea boys are f Field parking lot for the opening game of the cooperate with the U S. Corps of Company for county: construction:

tore the voters' November 5; post- out of debt but delayed action: doing fine on physical conditioning and football season After the Initial game, they. will be held Engineers the Flood Control Board of a direct road from the southeastern

action on the critical flnan- until the October meeting when a playa Check those grades U yea eaa't past before each home game only.-STAFF PHOTO and other Federal and State agencies section of Hendry County

.al condition of the Association proposed budget of necessary expenses your scholastic courses we don't: want yea .. In selecting and securing: recreation cane fields to connect with other Ii
and decided to send out will be presented. sites throughout the coun- county roads in order to bypassthe

[questionnaire sup to members before Banta, a retired insurance man MUST RESERVE Blue-Gold, Football Game Set ty. City. of Clewiston was considered f

(natal definite plans for next and boating enthusiast and his Clewiston Chamber's proposal in with no action taken

elf'S boatacade, wife, have devoted all their energies i connection with the Recreation pro. Zoning was approved for Eddie

I The endorsement of the amend- to the young organization for' SEASON TICKETS For Friday Night Cane FieldLocal gram, of utilizing portions of Hoover Mae license.Coleman Harlem for a beer ,
asks the past ten months, working onlyon ,
ent t which Governor Bryant II Dike was favorable to the Corps I

i Implement a vast outdoor relation a percentage. of Radicals who wish to occupy. football fans will get a back Dana; halfbacks Al Mor- of Engineers, In correspondenceread Campbell Attending Nail the, chairman meeting of were the ,I
plus
program was not unanlhoui expenses.S. memberships'l by the clerk, the Corps agreeing
; Marvin Arrant of Okee- C. l'rvice the same reserve seats as In preview of the 1963 Tiger Squadin tell and Nelson that "one mile scenic drives Board; and commissioners H. S. '1
a intra-squad game at Cane Blue sqquad members are ends, Parkinson W. B. Barron, Gratton
11obee, voted' against it. Arrants ed out that an approximate 500 the peat for Tiger home games, and recreation stops along the levy;
I Field Friday night, kickoff at 8:00 Baldree and Gann; tackles, McGee George and R. C. Nowllng; Thom.*
members about limit and <
|member of the Okeechobee Cover is the cost: phone TV 2-1381 beforeFriday : Committee that the directors need to face p.m. and Allison; guards Yoder, dated fromH. asson Carlos Dickey attorney and
Recreation pointed evening! and make their In a letter Au, 23rd
Head Coach Joe Bundy has divided Belcher and Schneider; center the clerk.
that the set aside for realities; "we must figure on how State
at t acreage M. Johnson engineer
reservation, according to James the boys equally for !the game Rudd; quarterback, Mandy Mon II
bllc and recreation to get our money and how we spend Board
Road the
parks pur- Department was
and the Gold Squad will be coached tell fullback Bowden and Booker
; -
I i would be removed from the !it; and we must live within our 1ocome Brandon- supervising. principal. I advised that their request for repair .
by assistant EJB Baker asslaU halfbacks and .
; Lindsay .Mar'gan
I[ rolls, increasing the tax bur- if we are to continue," he "l Zraie: Hill wffl handle the Blue of a J.frinfle-'portton of-*VT8 --. InvefttotZ. 9' < .. ,. Ii
es i on other owners and that no was in the Tallahassee SRD office
said.Directors AH scale not reserved by the Squad. I Donations of 50c will be acceptedto Frank Denmead local real I,
ssuranCt> was given that the de- praised all of the communities and that a decision was expected I
ksioas on recreation facilities and along the waterway for Friday deadline will be placed Plans call for the Blue and Gold help defray the cost of Insurancefor from that office "withinthe tor who spends a great deal

peonies would be made by local: the fine cooperation given the boat- en sale to the general public varsity 'squads' to play the first the squad member next several days." country of time is flying offering around'investorsan the I
and third with the
quarters junior
aterests. "FCD has thousands of acade: which was described as a at the Blue-Cold game that The Board requested repair to air ride to
see property .
I ,
varsity. playing the second and
tent of land we can't get on," smoothly running and pleasant op. Friday night at Cane Field. fourth qquartersj; all of it being the road several months ago, following both east and west in his
saidBe eratlon. Surface I
Paving the breaking down of th*
I Season tickets for Ave home "hard-rock" footb.lL8CIINElDEa advertisement on the Classified I
I directors found the assocla-: There was discussion as to the pavement caused by rock trucks Page.Denmead.
.<11 In dire financial condition date of next year's Boatacade, sev- games are 87.50.SmithSweger. hauling on a Stats Road project in

[hen Executive Secretary Howard eral members feeling the Labor I LOST Starts on US 27 connection with the Florida Turnpike last year was advertising ; I

ta i and Treasurer Charles Good- Day choice might not be a wise Steve Schneider a senior eat in Central Florida It is ex- comer County property 4

II reported a bank balance of one, and this decision will be made Gets for football for the first time, R. B. Potashnick contractorswill pected that the Turnpike AuthorIty at $U per acre I

..711, Indebtedness of $232, in addon after the questionnaire of members underwent surgery for a knee start Monday laying pavementon will also participate: in the proposed which has since sold twicefor I

i to approximately 1600 owed is received. I II Injury received In a freak acl- the portion of US 27 between' repair of 78. SO percent profit. He has I
The next meeting of the directorswill Job dent A special of the Board
Water Line during practice Clewiston and Bare Beach and construction meeting a couple offers equally as
Officers be in Clewiston on October 8. "Schneider' lots is a great on this portion of the was set for Sept 27 at 9:30 a.m. good .. fie says
Remove
Smith and Sweger's bid of tlCv blow te the squad as a defensive I highway should be finished in one i i'i

| Illegal I 18620 for materials and labor in player and moat). booster month. John Rentschler contrac:
Traps
extension of water lines in blocks Bandy said. tor's representative said the traffic

tAKELAND-A total of 23 ffleg1" rJIIIDate : 426 and 433 and along Olympia will be turned onto the highway -
Gold team members Include: endsOlden
scale fish! traps were removed street was accepted as lowest and temporarily before the month
and Davis
; tackles.Edwards
/from Lake best by the City. Commission Monday is ended.
Okeechobee by noon Max Ml i Ira Forshee Ford and Miller; center,
Wednesday In a routine check on t -91 14 evening Polhill "We will pave the north lane of .J'' {o
Sept ; guards; Cato Angell and :
:*!fll fishing operations on the Sept S __ 92 12 The bid includes pipe valves Puaz; quarterback, Mazzlni; full- the highway and open it to traffic
u lades County sector of the lake, Sept 6 t3 'l4 fittings, fire hydrants and necessary while we cut off travel on the

1. B. Jordan, area supervisor, Sept. 'I n 10 ,03 items to extend service in the old highway to cut it and put some t tst /

11lqioD, said Thursday. Sept. 9 __ t1 11 239 of the program of the city utilities Is complete we will reopen the old
'nI& check up will continue in- Sept 10 -98 10 department keeping pace with highway and complete the new

lln1tel1, and..W be repeated Sept 11 110 'l4 .22 the growth of the city. CollisionMayor road. One month should be sufficient
;Jerlodlca1I1, Jordan said in a de- ----- I In the absence of Mayor Leon to finish this job" he added.' iI i

:mimed effort to halt Illegal trap- gone States Bembry vice-Mayor R. G. Mattson Other portions of this highway I
;q of f speckled perch (crappie) Sprawling! Collier county. in I presided.The Leon Bembry and Hyman are now under contract which win I
alii l Mazor of Union Pier, Michigan, 4-lane !
other game tab. southwest Fwilda la larger than commission authorized execution it all the way to South Bay. I
Came, or scale fish traps differ the states of Delaware and Rhode I : of agreement with the At- were involved in a minor auto collision

sharply from traps used.commer- Island. Naples is the main city: 'lantic Coast Line Railroad relative in front. of Harper's Truck I
dally to take catfish Jordan 2,032 and lines Stop early Tuesday zooming FREE I
ex- Collier County covers square to sewer water THEATRE
;!ained According to Trooper Dave Tom- I
,,and( are In violation of fish- miles; Delaware, 1,978 and Rhode and street crossings at ACL tracks I
' device union, who Investigated the accident :
!.. laws. ;Island 1,058 square miles.wfltMt near the proponed sewer plant location I
Bembry was Weston
subject to approval of the traveling PASSES OFFEREDThe I
., US 27 in the north lane, when SAFE DRIVING AWARDS Postmaster A. W. 81... left, and Assistant i
engineer uazor turned left at the Intersec-: Postmaster A. W. Lawrence, right, present awards for safe I
tion and struck the aid of Bee Dixie Crystal" Theatre driving by. rural mall carriers ef the Clewiston postal routes. Mrs. Lay.

., ASC Member bf1" car. Mazor had been travelIng and The Clewiston Newt ere Doke receives aa award for It years. of accident free-drlvisg, awarded -
East on 27 and was turning into cooperating in offering 10 posthumously to her husband the late Mosle C. Doke. T. W. (Jack) i
t y the truck stop when the accident free passes to individual Wynn reeelrti an award for 11 yean. ef safety on the mall rentes. i i :
Elect CommitteeThe occurred. Damage to Mazor's 1955 whose names appear in the Each recipient received a certificate and appropriate pin. )} : II

results of the ABC county. Buick was estimated at $400 and Classified Ads this week and OTAFF PHOTO.

committee election were an- damage to Bembry'i 1959 Nash next to tee "The List of Adrian !
sedan was estimated at$150.00 Mesenger" which will ,
the Agricultural Stabilization
nounced by :
and Conservation Service No injuries were reported and be shown at the theatre on Local Board Moves to Review : : j

County. Office Manager RayD. Mazor was charged by the officer Wednesday and Thursday
Gantt 98 votes were cast. with violation of right-of.way September U and 19. I ;
Files of I
Young Married Men :
The men elected to the committee : The names have been picked -
which will take office October : I
at random from the tele'
Educator
1 and serve for a one year SpeaksAt phone directory and are Approximately 10% of the 200- this classification: and age group

period are: Julian M. Dickson, scattered throughout the odd 19 to 26 year 1A. registrants who have married and have failed
Clewiston. chairman; Kirby First PTA of the Selective Service Local
Clatttfied Section. The lucky to notify the board of their marriage -
Thompson LaBelle vice-chair persons mutt call at The Board No. 49, win be affected by .
man; Roy Dana LaBelle, regular" William Vincent general consultant .- Clewitton Newt and pick the president's executive: order All registrants who are affected #
up
of the State
member; Richard Pape, Clewiston. Department ofEduc.tIon. halting drafting of married men
two should submit their
complimentary tlcketi. m arrlage'certificate -
alternate John W. Ash win speak oa the Role
first ; if single men are available saidMrs.
to the board information
of the PTA at the as ,
LaBelle, second alternate.. first meeting; .
Frances M. Nan clerk of the
to
as their status and should also
The ASC county: committee: is of that organization next Tuesday board
Receives Diploma I yesterday submit birth certificate: copies of
The
f. responsible for local administration evening meeting wiU start at Mrs. Nail is reviewing the files of
,,4 ;. any children: which have not been
8 o'clock in the
national farm : Elementary School
.....:. of program Mrs Luther Davis graduated registrants of the local board in
board.
... officially reported to the
\ cafeteria and will be
.lii. )it HOSPITAL adds a second bclette to Its canary dealing ,with production adjust followed by a Friday night from Jackson: Memorial 1-A or 1-A-O who are between the I The board also wishes to remind
Hrtt..tIIL, gpasw. reeelvhig buineUoos In the operation are, left to meet, price support conservation reception for the faculty members.Vincent's School: of Nursing in Miami ages of 19 and 28. There are approximately an boys that they. are required bylaw
to and special: topic is. !
.. assistance emergency "The Responsibility I
,
CarieUa Mrs. Baby Taylor eenvJ receiving: her diploma 200 men in this '
group
Klpke Eddie Moody u a registered to register 'with Selective Service -
V the of Parents
sew type programs M assigned by and Teachersand
Preseatatlve *
a William Brewer and Mrs. Essie tte.1 ; nurse but this number will be reduced within five days of becoming
"* has It nvJJ Secretary of Agriculture: and Con the Rote of the PTA." Dr. L. 4
that
.. additional original see hi She Is i considerably/ when colleges and uaverslties '
the presently employed 18
advantages ever at years of ages This affects all I
The County. AgriculturalAgent O. Vaughn president .
..maUd lesattlal gress. said aa Innportent
? .
draa-punp control notify the board of
_, aspirator, hlfh exyrea is lID ex-offido member of business Hendry GeoerallJoepltal. I enrollment men born after August 30 DIlL +
al the :
1 of all
I? wits savtog Ihe Ufe ef a men in this will be deferred.Mrs. .
*+ : tMlette Is credited group office to register months after
Illy rtrterldaa1. um** the committee in carryingout parents and others interested In Ho Hum life is like that A
BMiewM big .
used Nan
bees also la of the
h u4 has opinion
.IUrt. ago. these assigned/ responsibility. the school is. requested\ mouth with reaching their 18th birthday, and
a
COM narrow mind
BIAFr PHOTO. that the board has many men In prorese Ignorance of aa.1aw.FCD r r



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declined to become a candidate. State Will Open red light, 15.00
il rage Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. : Edgar It
L I Thursday, September 12, 1963 Kelly Miner and Owen were elect disorderly conduct, 150,00
::it The Clewiston News Public Dov Hunts days: Jim Paul We Q

F" I ed.Marie Bobbins enlisted In WAVES Dove hunters have been notified orderly conduct, $25.00 10't
Shady Shores and received her basic training at by the Game and Fresh Wa I t hnd Douglas ld Smiths
"Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand Hunter College, New York. Evelyn ter Fish Commission that public have vehicle Under COIIIra1.
Ilendry County." Hare enlisted In the Woman Army hunts will be conducted on three -
\ (During the past year the Clewiston Chamber of CCommerce, Corps. managed fields In the South Breaks -
1\ I at the suggestion of Loyd Kelly, conducted a contest to name Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston. Jack Moorman received the Air Florida Region. The fields total Collarbone
I the portion of the Olceechobee Waterway Immediately northwestward Florida, by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. Medal with Oak Leaf duster for 1,400 acres. In Touch Foci
I from Clewlston The aim of the contest was to help Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post bombing missions In North Africa One field is located in the Jerry Walton, 101I of
publicize this pretty, but little recognized portion of the waterway Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3,, and Italy. Croom Wildlife Management Area Mrs M. S. Walton of 437 P Zk

The name Shady Shores was selected and the following 1879. A bowling league of eight teams near Boggy Pond; another I b on broke his right coIlarboal
editorial, taken from the August 20 Issue of Okeechobee Wa- NATIONAL EDITORIAL CaIDq formed at Sugarland Park Bowling the Webb Wildlife Managementarea playing touch football It
terway News, Is evidence that the contest Is bringing its rewards (AS c8TI.3N alleys and 300 acres are availableon Tuesday a&rnoon during
in the form of publicity OA Mrs. Paul Williams returned to International Minerals & Chem- education.
...-.__ I" 111_ visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. cal Corp. lands southwest of Bar- Walton continued to
(guest editorial) by S. C. (Jack) Fry acnvs S. Knight She has been !In Norman about a half hour be"" _1l1
'
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher NOS O fr/ Okla. with her husband's parents, I tow.The three dove seasons In the taken to the doctor.. Be ..
The portion of the Okeechobee Waterway along the south S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor 1961 since he was reported missing Inaction South Florida Region are Oct S In school Wednesday .

:,' shore of Lake Okeechobee, reaching from Moore Haven to Subscription Rates .... ... .,. $4.00 per year c gTlOt in the SW Pacific on Nov. 3, Nov. 17 Dec. 2; and though his activltel per_ '
Belle Glade is a section which has much to offer and should (Return Postage Guaranteed) May 21st Dec. 21 Jan. 12. confined.Sugarland.

hI : not be overlooked by the boating sportsman. Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 Mrs. A. W. Sill spent the weekend
The rim canal, used as the southern route of the Okeechobee Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves in Miami Beach with her hus-
,#; Waterway was formed by the construction of the Hoover the right &to reject any objectional advertisement! band, who is In the V. S. Army City Court P
;\ Dike. Along its shores the boatman will find shady camp sites 'THE NEWS aeinraee no reiponelblllty for the return of unsolicited there. Exceptionally light dockets: con-

,, under the stately cajeput and Brazilian Oak trees planted for manuer-rlpt.THE! NEWS or photograph aieumo no financial reiponilblllty for trpocraphlcaitrrore tinued with City Court Wednesdaywith
I, erosion protection to the dike. Camping is permitted all along or ommlialone In adTertlaernont but If notified of such error. before only four cases being handled PIZZAYU
: the next luau of the paper will reprint correctly that part of thedvertleement TEN YEARS AGO Judge Carlos Dickey.
the route. In which the error occurred In the event a time element (From ClewUton News, by
The bird lover the would render the correction .alu.I.. .. the Nlw. will reduce the price Dr. Benjamin Guttman running 2.3311NATURE'S
can enjoy presence of colorful water of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total September 10, 1953))
J I' birds such as the snowy egret, great blue herron, the Hippy pace a. the erroneoue or omitted. copy represented. I'
: purple galanue and the doddling and erie-calling llmokln. The -- Services were held In Tampafor '
,' common boat tailed grackle or "Jackdaw" will hold the watchers look for .uccelSfulnaloa-I, J. B. Hendry, Sr., who passed
a
interest with his systematic searching for bugs and snails not especially very in the won-lost rec- away at his home there. I OWN
I along the waters edge and his exuberant songs. The spell may Ii cord-but In school sportsmanship McCarthy, Sikes and Etherton '
: I Sonny Sez, I took their seats on the City Commission ate., "
'r
be broken by the sudden dive of the silent osprey to pick up a spirit and teamwork and most of following election.M. .
bream bass which has ventured too all PRIDE what do-
'( or near the surface of the !in they are H. Stroud prlnlcpal announ-
In,. See you at Cane field Friday
,I water.The fisherman William Allen, lay speaker from, l ,ht. ed that 680 pupils were enrolled on
can usually fill his limits of bream and shell opening day, In grades 1-12,-
crackers bedding along the Fort Myers who filled the pulpit at -ss-
sandy slopes of the from
I; waterway the largest number of students In
the Methodist Church Sunday morning Sheriff Earl Dyess treated the ,
March to August The "Specs" start their annual spawning the history of the school. 1
migration from the deep waters of the big lake to the shores in no doubt was curious about the Midget and Junior League baseball The county commissioners pur-
fldgettlng in the congregation. As players to a hamburger fry at
October or November and continue their I chased
trek in ever increasing I two fire trucks, stationingone
the
the clouds opened up about Palmdale recently and accordingto
numbers through January and slow down through March. Some In Clewiston and one la La-
rain
middle of the service and the all reports a big time was had I
ardent and skilled "Spec" fishermen Belle, to be operated by Volunteer
find them
in the deep pools pelted the roof It was quite evident by all ftnth. lad who downed
of the rim canal during the hottest of the summer months. Night that other windows were left nine ((9)) hamburgers. Only about Fire Departments In each locality.
j fishing for these small pole delights Is outstanding and fascinating open besides the Stalls. 75 of the 120 odd boys who played Bob deMarcellous was named an
during the spawning season and the waterway is often flecked -ss- ball made the trip at that Its Instructor of the Belle Glade unit
: I on mild moonlight nights by the gasoline lanterns of the With acres and acres of cane quite a project and Earl and his of Florida National Guard.
"Spec" fishermen. Bass are always present In the rim canal going into the ground dally, not helpers are to be congratluated. and The baseball Labor Day dance, barbecue
but in greater numbers in the springtime when they move in to to mention the cane wilting in tin -ss- game sponsored by
the American Legion netted 1300 "The Sweetest
gorge themselves on the small minnows moving along toward Irrigated fields, the heavy rains The "credit bureau" which came for the Post Sugar Ever Sold"MA
I treasury.
the open lake on their annual migration to deeper water. Duck Sunday morning and evening Into being following the Bargain
hunting marshes are easily accessable from this section of the brought nothing but smiles from Festival and has been delayed by
.V" waterway.For the homeowners to the largest vacation schedules will be nice
( I those that wish growers. bait for prospective new Chamber
to take it easy and do no fishing or'I
members
-laIn as the annual drive gets
hunting there is no more scenic route than the Shady shores of
\ south Lake Okeechobee. Fish camps, towns, villages and boat the Harlem News this week under way. !
-ss-
are photos of the new Home EC
: ramps are found all along the route, yet and 'I
'I peace quiet can and Science rooms that have been Advertising In newspapers is
+: be found a few minutes or yards from of them.
K any The friend recently completed at Harlem Aca. such news published so that you
v+ ly people who dwell on the shores of this mystic waterway will demy. I the consumer "may know." Read :
always welcome you. the ads In this issue, and when
-as-
shopping tell the businessman .
Why not enjoy a week end, a week or a month cruising, Football Is In the air at CHS I SAW IT IN THE NEWS.
.' re camping or fishing this section of the SHADY SHORES of Lake and local fans "will get to see the I I
Okeechobee. rejuvenated Tiger squad tomorrow
A; night In an Inter-squad game, with . . . .1 4 f
the donations to theteam I
gate going
Insurance fund. I i It's History Now t

: September Special You can't help but tip your hat I I S
to Coach Joe Bundy and his assls- 3 V f A As

50 x 10 Cranbrook Mobile Home tans, Bob Baker and Ernie Hill, TIIIRTT YEARS AGO I k
for the tremendous job they have (From The ClewUton
2-Bed Fully Furnished done in such a short time to create I News, Sept 8, 1933)) j
Interest and desire In the team. Congress appropriated $4200,000
I, Only $3,850.00Price CBS has never before seen I for continuing work on the Lake I
number of candidates out for jun-I Okeechobee flood control and navigation
I" includes set-up & ior and varsity football and project. I E
also other 2 & 3 bedroom mode odds for 4 It # 5 t ,
i are a terrific season. The' B. C.: Flanlken, V. H. McCarterand ,
You Buy For Less At boys themselves are justly proudof H. P. Peterson visited J. W.1 1I i
their accomplishments and are I Moore, who has been 111 and "who is 1I I
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. entitled to the red roses the coachIng -i vacationing with his family at Fort I
staff is tossing about In the I'' Myers Beach.F. .

U.S. 27 YU 2-2661 civic club meetings. In spit of 1.. Williamson of Clay Center, !
being new in the Ridge Conference, ,I['Kansas, visited friends In Clewls
which Is no pushover, we can
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the storm which escaped crossed damage the from Florida PLYMOUTHS AND VALIANTS WERE A SMASH HIT!

peninsula with strong winds I END-OF-THE-SEASON
and heavy. rainfall Many lake area PRICES ARE NOW IN EFFECT!

residents were evacuated becauseof It's been great year for Plymouth and Valiant like hard
great performance at a price thafi
their fear
due to hurri
past
Sunday Feature and the sales figures prove It But the time has to beat In the
canes. There was great damageIn come now and get our deal on
X the state area through which the come to close the show. All '63 Plymouths and '63 Plymouth or Valiant of your choice. The

For the Beefeater ''storm J. F.passed.Tlppey broke his arm la an Valiants are tagged to move out fast If you spotlight is on value, so get in on the savings.

auto accident e ray Authorized I Ptamuthv.nant Deals. Warr.nb egelmt ddacb M malarW end eerlwankl
on a Clewiston street 1963 can hen born :
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Clewiston Church Directory I Dr. W. Herschel Ford Opens RevivalAt Thursday September 12. 1963 :, ,

Church
Training Hi-Haven
FEESBTTEIUAN in-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist Church Sunday Leadership Starts RevivalThe

COMMUNITY Avenue Highway I ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH School to BeginA
Royal ralm Churchhas
Hi-Haven Baptist
401 Minister Rev. Vic 203 North Atlantic Street Dr. W. Herschel Ford, noted evangelist EVANGI.'USTreceived
Henry It Ford, 9:45: a.m.-Sunday Phone School announced a serels of revivals
School YUkon 2-1811 of the Southern Baptist Leadership Training
9.13 m.-Sunday Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Clewiston. Florida, Conference will begin a revival will begin Sunday evening at T:30. meetings starting Monday. Sept-
;M m.-Morolng 6.45: p.m.-Training Rev Larkin K. Connally 11, which 'will Church ember 16th.
% In the Parish Sunday, Sept. con' at the First Methodist
: s.m.-Nursery 8.00 WhIdden, Tamp
00 : p.m.- The Rev. Jack
: Evening Administrator
tinue through Sept 22. William K. Guest Instructor for the five-night
House Fallawpednesday Wednesday: Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 11:30: a.m. Medlock of Boyton Beach will be series of classes will be Mrs. T. N. evangelist, will preach the ter-
,:no m.-Westmlnster 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Weekday Masses S and services start at eighto'clock
7:00: ajn. : song leader for the Inspirational (Sue) Alexander, of Pompano coons
ship 4 '
Holy Days of Obligation 6.00: p.m. : services nightly at 8 p.m. Beach. each night.
: PracticeCAlVAW FIRST BAPTIST Confessions Saturday from 4 to 5, Dr. Ford, a native of Monroe Everyone Is cordially Invited to-
7:30: p.m.-CUolr 102 E. Ventura and 7 to 8 p.m. Georgia and graduate of Wake For- The name of the pours Is entitled attend the services, announces: Rev.

Rev. L. T. rest College in North Carolina, received "How to Teach In the Church Vic Turner, pastor.Presbyterian.
9:45 a.m.-Sunday ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH his theological training at School," and Is designed for gen.eral
BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning (Episcopal) Southwestern Baptist Theological help In all areas of church
Sontb ClewUtoa 6.43: p.m.-Training 407 North Pacific u school work, teaching techniques: Ladies
Pastor Seminary at Fort Worth, Texas,
Rev. Herb Bigdon, 8.00: p.m.-Evening The Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar use of various materials, and activities
School and his Docto of Divinity dregree Meet
Will TodayMrs.
m.-Sunday Wednesday
I:ts : Sunday Services: that help both children and
a.m.-WorshiP Service 7:00: f.m.-Officers from the Carson-Ne'wman' CollegeIn William H Lanler will b*
no 7:30
it: : a.m.-Early Eucharist adults learn. This course 1s designed -
IMP: .m.-Baptlst Training Union Meeting ':30 a.m.-Family Service and Tennessee.Dr. not only for teachers or workers hostess this afternoon to the Wo-
'.00 p.m.-Worship Service 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Church School. Ford has held pastorates In i already actively engaged In the man's Association of the Community

Tuesd'Y: ice Saints and Holy Days ai an the states of North Carolina, Ten- work, but also for parents and others Presbyterian Church.
1.00 p.m.BrotherhoodIVednesda1 8.45: p.m.-cholr nounced. nesee, Georgia, Florida and Texas who may have other areas of

: of Prayer Confessions by appointment. He was the first pastor calledto responsibility throughout the
p.m.-Hour Class Meets
7:M NORTUSIDE Southside Baptist Church In church's work.Participating. Tabitha
''I00pm'-Cholr: Practice BAPTIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Jacksonville and served that great I The Tabitha Class of the 11'.

304 N. Franc APOSTOLIC FAITH church for more than six (S) years. W. HERSCHEL FORD In this week's Haven Baptist Church met Monday
Elder Lester D. South ClewUtonBro. For 16 years he served the First course also, will be workers from night September 2 at the church.
THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 10:00 a.m.-Sunday Luther Dixon, Pastor Baptist Church at El Paso, Texas a Bachelor of Sacred Music the Moore Haven and Lake Ear Mrs. W. R. Drake, president, con-
or GOD 11:00: a.m.-Morning 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School as their pastor and during these and Master of Church Music bor Methodist Churches. ducted the meeting.

James F. KImbrel, Pastor 8:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.mPreachlng years the church had a phenomenal degrees. Widely In demand throughout the Mrs. Paul Holiday gave the devotional
I : 7:30: p.m.-Evening Tuesday: growth and today is one of the The music director accepted nil program.
Sunday
Southeastern Jurisdiction Mrs.
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting position at Lake Worth In February : Officers elected for the
Sunday School, 10:00: most beautiful churches In that new year
Alexander has led Schools of Mia-
Friday: of 1963 after serving at Severns .
Adult Worship 11.00: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer state.A Include Mrs. Henry Storey, president
7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meeting Valley Baptist Church In Elizabeth- dons Leadership Training Schools,,
11:00 Mrs. Wllmot vice
Youth Worship, : new Sunday School annex was and training courses In many states. ; Hayes
Prayer Hour, 7:00: FIRST \ Way"I built, a new Chapel was erected town. She Is a certified Director of president; Mrs. William Preston
Evangelistic Rally 7:30: 331 W. Otceola CHURCH OF CHRIST and named In his honor. The beautiful Christian Education, and just secretary-trea
Tuesday! Rev. Richard church auditorium was built Bible quiz presented by Mrs. W.
has retired
(Christian) Dr. Blackburn To i recently as the Director
Practice. 7:00: 9.45: a.m.-church L. Baxter by Mrs. Sam
Orchestra North Sugarland Auditorium and paid for during his years there at First Methodist Church In Pom- was won
Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning John C. Scheffler, Minister with God's people as their Shep. Rich.
Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45: 6:00 p.m.- 10:00 a.m.-Bible School herd. The church now has over Be Guest Speaker I pano. Others present who enjoyed the

lowship 11:00 a.m. Communion and Worship 4,500 members Dr. Blackburn will lead I social hour were Mrs. H. B. Turner i
Henry
Thursday: Service Dr. Ford, retired from active Altar Society Met Mrs. W. R. Broadrick, Mrs. C.
COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p.m.-Choir: Wednesday: pastorate on July 1st, 1963 and serves the morning worship services at W. Mann and Mrs. Joe Jackson. I
the First Methodist Church Sunday,
I
HOLINESS CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Bible throughout the ,
Study many many Sept 15. At Butchart Home j
South Clewiston CHURCH OF places of service as an evangelistand I III
A former district
superintendent
Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor 312 S. Pacific CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible Conference leader, of St. Margaret's Altar Society held I
of the West Palm Beach Districtof
10.00 a.m.-Sunday School 10:00 Rev. Joe 300 South Central Avenue which hs Is most capable. He has I the Methodist Church, Dr. Black. II the first meeting of the season I Reduced $30.004piece
: a m.
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1100 a.m.-Morning Worship Sunday Earl Arnold, Minister served as 1st vice president of the of i
Wednesday evening at the home I II
Sunday 11:00: a.m.-Morning burn now Is serving In the capacity :
7:*5 m.- Evangelistic Sunday: Texas Convention
p Baptist
as a I
Service. 7:30: p.m.-Evening 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 'of Executive Secretary of the I Mrs.!! Charles Butchart. Mrs. C. D.
member of Home Mission
Board Hlne presided and Father Con- !
Wednesday: Board of Missions and Church Extension
| Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Worship well Rattan SectionalGold
7.43 p.m.-Prayer Service 7.30: p.m.-Prayer 7:00 p.m.-WorshIp denominational as as many other responsible for the Florida Annual Conference really gave a short talk on the many I'
Friday: positions and resides In Lakeland.He opportunities Altar Societies have
:
Wednesday:
| Friday 1:45: p:.m.-Youth Service 7.30:: p.m.-Young 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotions H. was honored at preaching thesermonme.sage Is a member of various nat.ional i for serving Christ and the Church. Fabric ,
deavor and Bible Study at the 1955 meetIng boards and committees, and Mrs Hines read a communication Zipper covers
of the Texas
Baptist Conven- Is on* of the elected ministerial from Bishop Coleman F. Car-
This Weekly Chur ch Feature Is tion, preached to the Southern Baptist Previously adv $19930(
By The Following: delegates to the General Conference roll outlining the main objectivesAltar
Convention meeting in St. of Methodism which meets Societies should strive for In This week only
Louis and was elected vice presI- four and Is due to the
Hendry County Parkinson's Inc. every yearn coming year.
Floyd dent of that great convention.At 1964.
convene In $129.50Will
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MotorsPhone San Francisco, California's It was announced that there will
Complete Department Store Ills pastorates have Included be an Executive Board meeting' of
STANDARD OIL convention
in 1962 he was elected
5-5301 churches in Miami and Miami the Southwest Coast Deanery at be reduced $10.001weellij .
president of the Southern Baptist
Pastor's Conference Beach, Tampa, Bradenton, Ocala, tho Pit Room of the Glades Restaurant until sold. "
Hs Is the -
author
Giddens F Clewiston Federal of 19 books of sermons, thousands Gainesville and Clearwater, and in ClewUton at 10 a.m.
Kelly Tractor Co. of whkhIs\c ba'n purchased also has served as district super- I Tuesday, September 17. Van Cothern's
Store"It's SAVINGS & LOAN ASSTf throughout the country. intendent tj the Lakeland and The hostesses! Mrs. H. J. An-
Phone 3-0301:
Miami Districts as well as West I r-is, Mrs. Charles Butchart, Mrs.
Easy to Dr. Ford towiddv popu'T with Palm Beach District. I Rafael Catala served delicious. cake I Custom Upholstery I

The Clewiston News The Clddens Royal's Inc. all age groapi and( is In great Ills sermon topic will be "Shar- candy salted nuts and lime punch!! Phone YU 2-5331
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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clenton, J'1& r1t. and Mrs J. W. Ezelle. Mr. Helvey Dinner Party For 27th
Thursday, September 12, 1963I Joined them for part of their stay Anniversary

Mrs. C. E. Miner has returned
i from Panama City, where she I f
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spent several days visiting! her Y .Ti IV "

I ''I :: i1lomen and new his grandson parents,Christopher Mr. and Mrs.Hollls Joe,


i :6 nwI foils the Mrs.former and Carlton children.Rachel Allen Miner.,Mrs.of Kosuclsko Hollls is, 1.


Miss., and little Jamie Edwards,
I Shower Jimmy Platt, Frank Cox Roy of Lexington, Miss., are visiting
Honors Cox, D. N. Curry, Irving Tull, Leo Jamie's grandparents, Mr. ant
f nard Tull, Elmer Coleman, Mrs Mrs. E. H. Wlddon.
Olden and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Misses
) Recent Bride Ann Miller, Gervis Hathcock, Cer- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crump and,
I ri and Alice McDonald,Karen Fort- family of Mobile, Ala., recently
Mrs. Curtis! Chapman, the form ner, Barbara Ann Knowles, Anna visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
er Carole Fortner, was bonore Paten Betty Jo Maddox and Jenny __z,1w E. H. WhIddon. I
at a bridal shower given at the Lewis. .
Union Hall Friday evening by Mrs e' __ Dr. and Mrs E. B. McConvilleare _..
spending a vacation the Virginia -
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and Mrs. Josephine Maddox. Alkghanies. A dinner party at the ClewistonInn i Mrs. Robert M.
Beta Giddens
Pi
Sorority If,. ,
A pink and while! color scheme + celebrated the 27th wedding, Mrs. Harry Schick, Mr.
was used, with streamers, wedding Garden Club's anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Claud James L. Miller, Mi s IIId Outs
bells and floral arrangements on I Knowles and Miss
the bride's table which was covered Resume MeetingsBeta Giddens Friday night Mr Gid- dens. CIrbtIue

with pink overlaid with lace, i First MeetingFirst dens served as host at this event, The
and edged with pink roses and Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma which was a complete surprise to Gldden's received i
fern. A bride's cake centered the Phi Sorority held their first regular + meeting of the 196344 Garden Mrs. Giddens. ; versary gift from the ihrtJees
Club year will be held next I and Mrs. Giddy mSi
table and was flanked with crystal meeting for the 1963-64 season Guests and I
were Mr. Mrs. Rich-
Thursday (Sept 19)) at 3 o'clock the family She wu
and candela Wednesday night, September B
punchbowls crystal
ard Don Giddens
of Miami, Mr. and also
with
bra holding pink and white tapers. at the home of Mrs. Jack Redlsh at the home of Mrs. Carroll ff. a rose coriaje
The bride was presented with Co-hostess for the evening war Radish on Esperenza Avenue.
j an orchid corsage by the hostesses. Mrs. Freeman Hodges, Jr. Mrs. E. U Stewart win present a I
Keeping the bride's guest register Mrs. Robert McColley was chosen program on annuals, and Mrs.FredC.
was her sister, Miss Karen Fort as club Valentine Queen for Sixes, president, will presenther
ner. After an evening of games, the '64. A picture of Mrs. McColley plans for the year, and will dis.| NOTICE.
bride opened and displayed her will be sent to the International tribute the new year books to .
beautiful gifts. office In Kansas City, to be entered members. Members are asked to
The guest list Included Mesdames In competition for Valentine G Vax make a special effort to attend this Watch for the Openingof
I Lonnie Norris, Richard Bethea, Queen of the entire organization, first meeting. I
Vernon Whitney, Edward Chapman which has chapters all over the
Robert Morgan, Earl I world. i Birthday Greetings '
son, AI Fuller, James I It was announced that the sorority -
ale Wiggins, Vernon MOrr18-1 has again been asked to pre- MR. AND MBS. MAX WHINKEY SUMMERS; ire shown follow Sept. 12: Otto Larsen, Virginia
i log their marriage la First Baptist Church, ClewUtoo on August Slat.
Evans, Dennis Dana, Clyde sell tickets for the Elks Boat-a Douglas. MYRTIS WHIDDON'S
; rie, Lamar Tatum Earl Hendry, Cade dinner, October 29th. After a wedding trip to Nassau the room couple Is residing In New Sept. 13: M. A. Thomas, Ann
Sterling McGahee, David Veale, The program for the evening was Orleans. FULTON'S CAMERA SHOP PIIOTO.LOCALS Ferrara, Lamar Tatum, Inez Shaw,(
i John Gunn, Louis Blount, Enoch "Definition of Happiness," with Gayle Woodward. ,
Whiddon John Whidden. Lloyd Mrs. Richard Baker In charie Sept. 14: Bill Moore, Jr.. Mrs.A. BEAUTY SALON
,! 11'1\_."_ ... .
: "" Members took part by giving their L. Ballard Kenneth (Butch) ,
Also attending were Mesdames personal formulas for happiness. Jones, I
:"i' Al Cortez, Walker Nail Bill Wlm- Others present were Mrs. J. Fred Sept IS: Mrs. Eula B. Stiles,' Soon I
I berly, W. E. Bailey, Lawrence Baker, Mrs. Wade Wilson, Mrs Mrs. Mary Fry, Edith Egley. Al
I' Sloan, Cleve Arrington, Jimmy Kenneth Walker, Mrs. Frank Motley Sanford, Sandl McConville, Mrs.
I Walker, Neolin, Jones Thomas Mrs. Mike MOkevlc, Mrs L. G. Vaughn.
Maples, William Maples, Junior James McPhail. Mrs. Robert MeCoUey Sept. 18: Mary Harris Grant
i Fyer, Billy Sutton, H. C. Sutton, I Mrs. Earl E. Edwards, Mrs Mrs Harriette White, Jim Burllng-
i Jr., Ralph TiHman. George Dickson, Mrs. Van Coth- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fuller and Keller, and the letter's young sons, ham, |
And Mesdames Hank Thompson, ern, Mrs. Margaret Bare, Mrs. young son left last weekend for a Lane and Jeff of Athens, Ga. Mrs. Sept. 17:" Lamar Ford, Dan W. owws
William Baker, Mrs. Robert Adams two week's visit in North Carolina. Young and her daughter, the former Beardsky Kathy Holly, Marjorie)
and Mrs. Michael Herring. Charlotte Young, are former Kelly, Curt Fry, Don Evans, Mrs.
George Coleman and David Clark residents, and are being welcomedby Mary Alice Olds. I
left Monday for the University of many friends during their stay. Sept 18: Virginia Susan Wilson
To Celebrate Florida where they are students Mike Durrence.
Golden C. E. Miner has returned from I
this :year Sept 19: Dick Hooks :R. E. Wai-
:iltliiiiiiil a visit with his sister in Savannah,
r. Wedding AnniversaryMr. Jimmy Sullivan of Springfield Ga. dron, Margaret Cochran Mrs. Her.
man Lone Richard O. Knight
111. is visiting his grandmother
Thursday. Sept. 12 I and Mrs. W. A. Jones, 507 tit. John Hawkins, and his uncle Mrs. B. L. Ingram and Mrs. J. L. Marie Evans, Bill Patterson.. Betty'
"UGLY AMERICAN"Friday East Osceola, will observe their and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee McDaniel have returned from a Ben Donna MarthaHospital
I I and Saturday 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday and family.Mr two week's vacation trip, during I
,September 13-14 I September 15. which they motored through North NEW HEADQDARTERS
One Showing Only 7.30: P.M. The family will gather for aur0- and Mrs. W. W. Sage spent Carolina, Tennessee. South CaroUna'and Notes .
"MYSTERY SUBMARINE": union at""noon.,1 and friends fA the the :weekend visiting their daughter CeoffgBu TWy'visited Mrs.McDanlel's I
1'8'i, :10 P.M. Only couple are Invited to open house and family, Sgt and Mrs. E.E. daughter, Mrs. JDominguez 0/Q White patients admitted: Mary
;t) "COME BLOW YOUR HORN" between the hours of 3 to 5 that I Allen and four sons' at Patrick Air and family In Sump- Darby Thomas Mann Pope Long,
FRANK SINATRA afternoon. Refreshments will be force Base, Cocoa. ter S.C., end also visited In Valdosta Sandra Layer; Jack Martinez. Rob,
,;. A wacky comedy with beautiful served. Ga., Knoxville, Tenn and ert Hare, Evette Martin, Eula
i' but dumb girls. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and son, Robblnsville, N.C. Mitchell Ruby; Cypress, Flora
'i I f, Sat., Sept. 14 3.30 Peter, left Monday by plane to 1 I| Franklin, Eddye Curry, Richard
i Continuous Showing BlusTownsendMrs. visit Mrs. Kitty McIntyre in Hope- Mr. and Mrs. James Stottler of I,, Yarick, Frank Rodrlquez Robert Artcrait Upholster

Sun. Mon. Tuee. Sallie Townsend of dewls- well Va. for a few days before the University of Chicago are visiting > Tolar, Morris Nipper, Jo Ann Spur-
J Sept 15.18.n going on to Chicago where Peter her parents, Mr and Mrs'I lint Patricia Roberts, Thomas
"55 DAYS AT PEK1N" ton and John Blus of Lake Worth, will enter. the University of Chica'I Carl H. Berner. Hulk, Ray McCollum, Ethelyn,
were married In Valdosta Ga., on I I Is Now Located At
CHARLTON HESTON I Lang, Louise Davis, Ora Fritchey
t" AVA GARDNERIts Saturday, September 7. go.Bert Mr. and Mrs. Jos F. Florentine Bonnie Durrence and Gloria Jean
breath taking with mystery. Mr. Blus Is Inspector for the Erickson left last weekendfor have returned from an extended Norton.
consulting firm of Gee and Jenson, Sarasota to reside.! He will be visit in Chicago and environs, visiting White patients remaining Frank 812 Avenida Ave.
Wed. Thurs., Sept 18 10 :
under whose supervision the Clew-
"LIST OF ADRIANMESSENGER" associated with one of the six Sarasota their former home, and other I Rodrlquez, Thomas Hillls, Morris
Iston sewage collection system is radio stations. friends In other localities.
., TONY being Installed. Mrs. Blus Is a longtime I Nipper Roy McCoBum Joe Anne Stop in today for free estimates on quality upholstery
CURTIS Spurting,
Ethelyn
Mr. and Mrs. ;,W. Dean King re Lang, Eddy.
.- KIRK DOUGLAS resident of dewirton. The Rev. J. Ed Taylor and Mrs. ,
y Gently returned from an extended Currie, Richard Yarick, Terry Cypress and refinishing for autos and furniture.
BURT LANCASTERBOB The couple will reside! in dewls- Taylor are spending this week at Patrida '
Roberts,
Louise
MTTCHUM ton until the conclusion of the present Pine Island, Fort Myers. European tour. They visited in! .
.w This .is a must seel contract, and expect to move Germany, Austria, Italy, France wrRt.Cypress and Prescott
to Lake Worth at that time. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore returned and other countries, and spent a i
Monday from a three! week's few weeks in several locations, enabling I
vacation which was spent on a trip them to make extensive
d Ij ... to Georgia North Carolina and trips and observations of their I

IjM r ;;Ct5i:; ; 1 Tennessee. surroundings.Mrs. ..
Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hehtey and son, Stan,
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Five example as to the length which
THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page
about the treasure hunt rally, which Clewlston. Florida
I Thursday September 12, 1983 the Communists will go to bold a
obviously wu a lot of fun tor alL
people once they are within their /far,
Among the required treasure t
Communists apparentlylive
ea hands
t were a live fish, a live ant, fruit Berlin Wall Marks Vivid Contrast under a code that the end
i it from a defunct fruit stand, and Justifies the means. They can be
; r palm nuts to be picked from a pine I friendly and cooperative when

tree. Communist and Free WorldThis I such serves their best interestOn
The next meeting of the Glades Between the other hand, they can be as

R Sport Car "Association will be hard and barbaric as the situation
held at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. ( is the third and final article We never learned Just what warrants
17 The next r.Dyls scheduled for by J. R. Spratt, describingthe ed this delay Probably to .c.ul-i.
l lU October 6.PETER. conditions found by a group of en the time of our visit I wish it was possible for every -

4 :Florida agriculturists during a East Germany is entirely dII- American to see firsthand a
: Tour" to Russia which nation in which the Communistsare
LI) People to People ferent from any place we
MciNTYRE and some satellite countries of visited, including the Soviet! Union in absolute control. The system
of controls and checks can
He was one of a crouporln1zed the
'Ik Europe. It is literally a prison -
be so complete and vicious that I
of Agriculture
by Commissioner largest on earth-surrounded by
r IN U OF CHICAGOPeter Doyle Conner through the barricades of concrete, railroad think many would be lens Inclined.
I to support organizations and legislation -
US. State Department) iron and barbed wire guardedby :I
18 old which would tend to hamper
McIntyre years son relief -
It great soldiers
was certainly a East German and Soviet -
of Mr and Mrs. P. M McIntyre, and Joyful moment tor everyonein with machine guns. We were or destroy our system of free

has been accented for admissionat our group when we boarded the told some 40,000 Soviet soldiers enterprise and other forms tt

the University of Chicago, and'plane In Budapest for Cologne were wed in policing the wall and freedom which we enjoy.BIRTHS .
left this week to begin his studies (West[ Germany). While no one borders of East Germany.
there next Monday. Peter com '
was concerned about his personal
There is communication between
pleted the tenth, grade In Owlston no
safety behind the Iron Curtain, West and East Germany by
High School this spring and would a feeling existed throughout the mall telephone or otherwise. Relatives Mr, and Mrs. Joe Hollls of Panama -
normally havewo years more of entire group which is difficult to cannot contact each other City are the proud parents of

high school work before entering describe. We felt that we were by telephone or mall and no transportation a son, born August 28th weighing
college. I sort of "walking on eggs" so to facilities now cross the eight pounds one ounce. The baby
He has an' lntense Interest in speak knowing that we were being border in Berlin except through hu been named Christopher Ashley -
science and mathematics and in watched to a certain extent "Checkpoint Charlie. While we
-,. school has taken an of these statements and actions
--- with our carried through much 01E.rt
OUTSTANDING FITNESS fat -ii were ,
'Oa District
Florida eere,0oa courses that were available to him. being looked from a somewhat .
upon Berlin we did not have
Association as announced at the district meeting In Ft Pierce In May be took the College Board viewpoint
week were awarded to, left to rirtt Judy BranUey and D.aDJ'Iftlcl1er '. d I IexamlnaUonl suspicious portunity; to leave the bus. op.l
Uii ,. on the basis of
When stepped off the plane could take pictures through
((1M3 see croup). Brenda Waldren ((11-11)), Debbie Elder ... we
those re.u1taJIIs school record
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seemed to be however Miami Prices
u4 Greet Miller S-9)( ), and Malcolm Wilson (el-n. Eugene Fuller director recommendations: of faculty and in Cologne things windows of the bus no .
entirely different It was a great pictures were permlttedat"Checkpoint
.f the ClewUton Recreation Department presented the awards,
principal, hls t personal interview i
feeling to suddenly find ;yourself Charlie" This restriction
fklck were baaed en the AAD point 1.ltem.-8TAlT PHOTO. with a representative' of the University among people talking and acting was no bother since we Come to Clewuton

Knedler Wins he ''I admitted to the' as we did, sitting down to a table merely waited until we came

University; -of' Chicago This university and drinking a cold Coca Cola, back through the gate to the westside '58 Oldsmobile

dir. Archery ContestThe has for many ;years admitted the first in two weeks, and other got off the bus and took pictures :
students on the basis of, things which we were not accustomed for as long as we liked. The
:$j/I/tKtIt/ / Archery Club held a trophy their ability aerlousness of purpose to having or seeing duringour guards probably did not appreciate
/{ contest at the Archery Range Friday and academic achievement stay behind the Iron Curtain. this and I doubt if it would $795.00

afternoon, and high scorer: without the formality of completing :Cologne was our checking-it have been smart for any of us to
was Urcel Knedler, who won the high school: work. I point for Germany as international -lave reentered.

travel trophy for this event Peter has spent six weeks dur.lag traffic is not handled in Ber- While, as brought out above, "we See Audie Hooks
you After the shoot, the club members this summer in a special: lin. We then went by local flight did not leave the bus, neither did

decided to hold such a trophy science course at the University of from Cologne to West Berlin the guide who accompanied us, Hathcock
write for your free contest once each quarter year. Tennessee. Thfs'was not a course, where we found the American way ;yet when we returped to the gate, Motors
Members also voted that applications for credit either high school: or college -' of life at a high level, with accommodations :- guards again made a thorough

TRAVELGUIDE from women who wish to be but is designed for outstanding I food, clothing and search of the bus, including the Sugarland Hwy.
club members will be received. science students In high schools' other' things more nearly what we baggage compartments and reexamined -
throughout the nation giving them' were accustomed to than In any
all before
p passports we
a chance at indepdenent work in' country since we left the States
were permitted to drive through to
Sports Car ClubIn highly specialized fields. I West Berlin is now a new and
v' the west side. In other words, they
Travel? the Congress woy Peter will actually celebrate his modern city and in walking or do not trust their own guide.East AWNINGSAluminum
Treasure Hunt 18th birthday as a college: student driving down the business section
with this Travel Guide.
Berlin has not been rebuilt
He will become It on September26th. you hardly realize that you area
Just the size to carry In Adhering perfectly to the designated Following his admission a foreign country. For instance, nearly to the extent of West Ben or Vinyl
to
your pocket or the glovecompartm.nt average speed the driver- I the University he was assigned! to you see signs such as Woolworth., lin. There are apparently many "All Styles, Colors and Models"

of your ear navigator team of Phil Francis, Jr. live to Pierce HaH, and his Berlin Hilton Pelican Hotel, Coca vacant business buildings and awe See or Call
Gives rates, locations, and Miss Lyn Vaughn won the with whom be has exchanged roommate -: Cola, signs or ads of American looked out of the bus, it appeared The Awning Supermarket

facilities of better class motor hotels. coast to coast, Glades Sports Car Association I letters and pictures, is a second Insurance companies, etc. Further there was a scanty amount Here in the Glades

lnrp.etedardapprovedby Congress Motor Hotels Treasure Hunt rally Sunday. They year student, from, Michigan. every day commodities in of goods displayed; in the store YU 3-2926
Members of Congress. Motor Hotels! offer free missed no questions asked abed windows such as men' shirts, windows There were' few peopleon

reservation service. We honor Credit Cards.CONGRtSS the route and ailed to bring in j: jackets etc, carried names ..ndbr.ndJ the streets and virtually no Hendry County
only two of 15 required SEAQUARIUMHASWHITE I with which we were all automobile traffic. In fact, a
wag's ft Their rally car was familiar. Also, the language barrier compared to West Berlin it gave Aluminum Sales

MOTOR HOTELS In second place was treliurer.1'I PORPOISEA is not significant as most of the appearance of a deserted city. I Ctewlrton, Fla.LET'S .

of Bud Weaver driver; love nest with underwater the n a 11 v e i, particularly the East Germany is certainly an ,.
1674 Meridian Avenue Jerry, navigator Third place went Picture. windows': will be built at younger ones, speak some Eng
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the '
39 Florida to the TR-3 of Jeff Nash navigatedby Miami Seaquarlum for Caraworld's .
t Miami Beach Jimmy Maxhsm. lina SnowHULib, only' lish.Berlin" was" About 80 percent : I '
white bottle-nose GO BOWLING. .
Contestants are still talking dence porpoise in resi destroyed during World War II ':
I at an aquarium.
and as above stated, is now new
will Carolina consist{ Snowball's of new home and modern. The homes, business Summer leagues are now over and lanes are available '
two pools with a buildings, apartments, etc., definitely '
-. \1 bank of large windows through for open bowling at all times. :
have an American appearance o
which spectators can view her
un- and look much like the newer *
der water. buildings which we see in our Fall Leagues Forming. i
"The ,
new pool will allow us to Florida cities such as West Palm !

continue Snowball's" training in anunusual Bach Fort Lauderdale Miami Make your reservation at once. I

way, explained Burton Beach, etc. In fact, we were told 'I
Clark Seaquarlum general manager that quite a few were designed' GLADES BOWLING LANES
"People will swim In the I
by American architects. WY6-3275
water with her regularly and we Rt. 80 South; ,;
While traffic is not as heavy in
hope that she will
soon be giving Berlin as in our larger cities,
the swimmers ride."
a I
there are many automobiles and
Snowball's son, Sonny Boy, buses and it is the only city we I
wll live In the smaller of the two
visited on the entire tour wherewe
a .
wafbrN.ro..Ne
I about connecting tour ;years pools.old Sonny and the Boy Seaquarlum is saw cloverleaves and express JUBODY&: i FENDERWORK

'M.." <;>,(:; i'ii: plans to crossbreed the ways.West
. .__,-, wi.- ".-.M." .v two porpoises when Sonny Boy is Germany and West Berlinare
mature. still militarily occupied and
going.. British and American soldiers are -
,_ _ _
., seen throughout the city. The pen.plc
: Sugarlan4 Pharmacy are very friendly busy and I

apparently prosperous and there ,
r PIZZA is no evidence of any shortage of ,
#f '" food, clothing or other essentials

i' / While I am sure the standard of Bill's Body Shop

:,:fJ> YU 2-3311 living enjoying is; not lJ1'01.Iuxur1e.yet up to ours whichwe theyare

,;: ;;,if'!\ have. Menus and food in West 309 Central Avenue

l I' "', Edward'sPlumb Berlin are much like: ours. In fact

"'' tiYt,1.W we enjoyed the food there more Auto Body Work, Trimming and PaintingStop

L,,,;> ,> than any served us on the entire
','<"'iW i, '. > 4g' in : I
; ng RepairReplacements trip. today for an Estimate
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.. rte> We were permitted as a group :" ,
'., ,j J<, .. J;" Repair
''t" ,'$"' '' I ,' 4 to travel from West Berlin into .' I
INSTALLATIONS East Berlin through "Checkpoint "
going... TROUBLE: SHOOTING Charlie." The situation I there

,,, MASTER LICENSE seemed to be quite touchy In fact,
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Never before bought 10 every economy run offldally entered. .
have peGs"
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,I : Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS ''a.r"-' '1'"fV t' declared preference he for will airborne"make that and first has!mountable combat training odds durinc h1a
: II I Thursday September 12. 1963II : 'I :. ;jjU: string" at soon as be can after South Carolina at Fort Ja,
I IJ.t'\\ ,.\ : ,IIf d completion of his basic combat I For further
Academy et New training I joining Ws 1ntonnatloJ
'
Seniors Reminded is won through ,, '" .,' I ,r'0 Recruiter Sergeant First das I work beside AU-AmericaQ Ricketson: lea
petltive examinations Donald W. Sandstedt said: "ordinarily -geant Sandstedt let
Of Coast Guard no Congressional the Army takes a young the Glade area 'Wben be
I agate
f I and no geographic fellow and moulds him into a model On Tuesday
September
December examinations of manhood. However, in young leant Sandstedt Jt
Academy Exam for the Cadet class Ricketson's case we got a man Glades County 'W1J1 ck 1
MIAMI Fa -- With schools port to the Academy in so we will make a better man I Moore Haven Democrat from !
i throughout the nation back In session -to begin the four-year out of him!" l noon; the ClewJston 10 1r
the U.s. Coast Guard Is reminding instruction: that leads to At Clewlston high school the tram 1 to I p.m., Draft I
and
j high school center boy lor of Science degree zL youth starred as a left fielder on'floe: In UBelle from )the Po
mission M an officer In 3:30: to
that the deadline to apply for the the Baseball team, linebacker on I I Those who wish 4
Guard. to
College Entrance! Examination the football squad and performed Fort lee h.
Board Test which will Iw the Applicants for the at guard In basketball. (,'In room Myer 2. ma, \1sit bI! ,
basis for selection of Cadets at be a high school ;( ."Such an all-around man is Just tM Thrifty Gilmer Dru u11d1n t.
the U.s. Coast Guard Academy i Sa school graduate and what this country needs," Sergeant ;I him at EDison 7-toilr10 or
reached his 17th. but I
November 8, 1963. The CEEB Sandstedt said, "to man the
tests will be held In over 1,000 birthday on July 1, modern weapons in the mighty potent in your hoJThe
I candidates must also be
cities In the United States and arsenal of clemocracro''lbe :
1 zens, unmarried of
abroad on December 7. soldier will learn to final -
character and in new rush before Labor
t Entrance to the Coast Guard Present enrollment use all of these weapons' hand aDd the return to school.m\
Coast Guard Academy : to hand combat and survival in for the next few wee;
I' Cadets from the state the face of heretofore unsur- careful how ;you drive
6 I from Georgia and 4 -

the Carolina.Seventh These Coast states Guard I -__ n' __. ___ no" __ .'_..___ ____. ___ -

Ai Young men through their pice*,-flat on their backs durInf ATTENTION!
plying for Coast Guard t It's an exercise session (last
can obtain complete week.STAFF PHOTO.

to and! COAST application GUARD forms .ra Farmers, Cane Growers and Rancher

1.' Did You Know? AMI 32, FLORIDA. I : and fellowship Greg Ricketson LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

{ Rotary Club. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
27 L. G. Vaughn
You can get Car Flips on plans are being made Signs for Service

NightNo Night event on Tues CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA-
GO! Saturday
Bar-B-Q to
1st I,A Clewlston youth Joined an "All- A Low Cost Farm MortgageFEDERAL -
LAND BANK LOAN
Old South Offers Injuries were American" squad when Greg Will Parish Cash TeRefinance
one car accident Ricketson signed on in defense of debts.
Chicken Catfish about two miles west of his country and our way of life, Finance farm tmproTementa. new bondings, porchi.
on US 27, when a 1963 for a three year contract with the wind machines and Install Irrigation.e .
lipped on the highway. United States Army. Assist In purchase of a farm, trove or ranch

Rib Dinners According to Trooper Pharmacy The 18-year-old son of Mrs. Jacqueline .e Provide Purchase capital more funds land. for the farm enterprise.
nson, who Investigated 2-3311 Roberts 418 S. San Ben-
LOAN
A LAND BANK
dent, Wflllam Charvls ito, Clewlston, has indicated a HAS ONLY ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Packaged to AFB Tampa was
go .
1. Lower payments.t.
in the south lane about
Longer terms (Cap to 30 years).
Seconds if you ask. when a car changed lanes
S. Dependable service serving agriculture eschshe!
cars in front of his car, Off. 844-1355 since 1917).
Come in and place your him to brake suddenly 4. Fun prepayment privileges without penalty
Bes. VI 2682
order or went onto the shoulder of 5. Loan service by local people familiar with local ir
way causing him to lose culture.
and If we can be of service to yon please write or phone
flip over. Damage was
Phone YU 2-9322 ed at $800.00 by the officer.Charvis W. B. MAT Mgr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT Ant Hgr.

and your order will be was not Thurmond W. Knight Federal Land Bank Associationof
accident, but was ,
ready when you arrive. having' no driver's "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
: t1 N trooper. Bradenton
t' Knight Realty Inc. OFUCEI
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Clewlston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven, I ness to us in our hours of sadness

-- I Thursday, September 12, 1883 and bereavement. We are grateful er

Estate -ISSIFIID'I AOS, Indeed to Rev. L. Holmes for his

consoling remarks, and all who '

Exclusive Listings! Harlem NewsEvents rent flowers cards, food and every
PHONE YUkon H201 ac of kindness that helped to
9 .u.tP oM. Daily FREE CAR to be given away b"Chuck"
HOC open CLASSIFIED RATES: Four I Wells Motor Company lift our burden. May God blesseach

md SundayFor; per word per insertion. 70 cents cents -watch for details in the NEWS -- and News Of Our Colored Community and all of you.-Re.pectfu117.
Sale "minimum charges: tour Insertions Uc MRS. SHELLY McGILL mother
tor the price of three. Mrs J. T. Canon MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor and MRS. PEARL BREWINGTaN
equity in $13.000 home an Phone YU 2-7631
Mrs WANTED-HOUSEKEEPER: Cars sister.
i.rT Floyd
Lauderdale for dewlstoi AndrewsUlisceltaneousfofSale
BLUM
Fort improved or unlm &: SONS PLASTERINGVery for children, live in home. Contact
property Best Work CARD OP THANKS
J. R. Varnum 605 E. Trinidad
Jbree bedroom two bath on Vs We Save You Money after S p.m. oct3p I wish to express my sincere

lot CBS seavlew awningnn ( Pasterlng, Simulated Stone Mrs Leon Bembry thanks and deep appreciation tom
acre Stucco Free Estimate .
friends for their kindness
Wall to wall carpet, many
nn>
central; heat carporte Florida Licensed and Insured POSITION WANTED: Salesman: at the time of the passing of my

room. This lovely home hal 25 Years In Business Have Florida Real Estate Certificate brother the late Wayman Hoggins,

been financed: and may be pur MARSH BUGGY 3850 Lora Street prefer part time. Write Box in Bembry, S. C. I extend a special
10% of total cost FOR SALE: Fort Myers, Fla. Uc 254 Clewistonsept 19p
chased for Oldsmobile thanks to Rev. O. D. Williams and
appointment only motor dual 12:110: ED //-0171 or OX 4-287
Shown by the No. 1 Choir and Usher Board
time offered! tires. Contact Fry Hardware tfc WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to call
First FOREIGN WOMAN will take care regularly each month on established of Friendship Baptist Church and
250' Hlway 27 frontage Inside FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, of children In home. Speaks perfect Studio Girl Cosmetics clients all who remembered mo with

city limits! of Clewiston. May be printed wtih form for social security English. Can be recommended. in and around Clewlston making cards flowers and prayers. :May

purchased whole or part withholding and other de Call YU 2-6634. sept27 necessary deliveries etc. 3 or 1 God bless each and all of you.-
5 acres of cane within tt mil ductions. Box of 500. Clewlston hours day. Route will I Respectfully MRS. ESTET.T.B
per pay up
of Lake and U.3. 27. News Office.BARGAINBOAT. SINGER SEWING MACHINE hour. 9 9t CRAIG.
representative will be at Cld to $5.00 per Write STUDIO
) bedroom borne for sale GIRL COSMETICS Dept. 75939,
FOR SALE: 14 dens Furniture Store each Friday.
Frame.repairs This home on needs outside some in ft Carter Craft, 24 hp Evlnrude For parts sales service stop in Glendale Calif. sept 26c CHURCH NEWS
minor New Bethel AME
motor, trailer. See J. W Beardsley or call YU 2-6721. tfc
is !in A one condition.
!tenor 426 N. Rev L. Holmes, Pastor
Atlantic
lot with fruit trees sept9c
King size SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cur tOSt&lOUNK' Sunday School 9:30: a.m
is financed. Drive by .
418 Home E. Sagamore then call for FOR SALE: Jacobsen 24' Reel tom made. Complete line of I Morning Worship 10:55 a.m.

further details. Interior shown type riding mower with fibre drapery and slip cover fabrics. Evening Worship 7 p.m.

by appointment. A buy at VtfJ50 glass grass catcher. One 21" television Free estimates. Call YU 2-583L ," Bible Reading, Tuesday night
,00. LaByer's MoteL YU 2-2891 Van Cothern's Custom Furniture LOST STRAYED STOLEN Rehearsal for choirs Wednsdayand
""- and Upholstery Uc Brown and black male hound. lI2f.\. : Thursday nights.

TrailersReduced tic Mrs. James Younkman Reward. Call Curtis Thompson, YU ,: :. \,:. "," You are always welcome to wor.

for quick sale Peerless FOR SALE: Sarlo lawn mower 2-5421. Itc WORKING SPACE FOB 36 students In this modern science lab with ship with us.Apostolle -

10' x 50 Trailer and four land- Runs good $50. Call YU 2-3421 Mrs Otto Larsen equipment costing In excess of $8,000 has been pot Into ue this yearat

leaped lots. $8,500. Financial Its dark Harlem Academy Tables and demonstration desk In the center are Faith Church of Jesus
LOST: Small red dog. Answers -
arranged. NEW SUPPLY OF SCRATCH- FOR HINT to name of Jake. Information equipped with gas and water and the room Is utilized seven periods a Elder Reid, Pastor ,
1958 58' 10 wide 2 bedroom day The Home Ee and science classrooms were built this summer Lake Harbor FU. ,
Loyas Barton of his whereabouts would be
Small down assume payments; PADS and the combined cost was ever $10,000, according to Supt. Homer The church will bold a week'
are News appreciated. Not good tor anythingexcept
4 City lots, paved street fenced, ready. office Bible. Bible noted this Is the first year that chemistry has been offer.ed revival, beginning Monday night
being a pet for Jack's chil
well and pump septic tank and COMPTON In the school.-STAFF PHOTO.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA for FOR RENT-House Trailers. One dren. If you have Information Sept. 9. Evangelist Robinson, Pom-
patio for House Trailer. 10' x sale. Good condition. 402 E. Ventura and Two Bedroom. Also trailer, please call Jack Moorman or El- peon, Florida will conduct the services

55' Trailer included Total price Ave. 2tc spaces Clewiston Trailer Park bert Stewart at First Bank of CHOIR ANNIVERSARYUpon Solo Jesus Walked this Lonesome each night You are cordially:
$4000. and take over Trailer US 27. YU 2-2661 tic Clewiston. Itc completion of three years Valley Clyde Backmon. invited to worship with us. Sister
payments. Terms to right party.; GAS SPACE HEATER FOR SALE: I of participating In delivering the :Miss Katie :Mitchell presented the Ann Lou Richardson, reporter.

Exchange or Sale Good condition, reasonably pric- FOR RENT Furnished cabins and I Words of the Lord In song choir principal A. A. Thomas a gift of

Travel Trailer ed. Phone YU 2-7612. Itc trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp Number Two of the New Bethel appreciation for thirty years of untiring HOSPITAL NOTES

1 19 ft. Self Contained (may be FOR SALE Parrakeetl, $200 YU 21181. Ue REAt AME Church will pause to observeits service to the school and Colored patients admitted: Liz

parked anywhere) Shasta Travel up. Mynah birds African lovebirds FOR RENT OR SALE: New duplex, EstATEI anniversary. During these yean community. Presentation of guests. tie Humphries O. C. Likely Ollle

Trailer. Brand New. Trailer monkeys, cages supplies. 2 &: 3 bedroom. Air conditioned: I many efforts have been advancedthat Special guests accompanying the Granville Frances Lambert, Esther : ..

The sleeps four has is gas appliances Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Carport. One block west of hospital. DEMAND GREATER THAN have enabled this choir to reflect speaker from, West Palm :Beach Anderson Eliza Drakes, Kenneth

00. Owner new price will trade over tor$3,000.- Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- Can collect Kennedy: Construction EVE for houses acreage busi upon a successful record. were Mr. Burke and Mrs. Minor Channer Morris Adams, Aston -

erty improved or unimproved prop 1236. tic : Co. Inc. Lake Park nesses. We have customers waitIng. The records exhibit various extra educational consultants Sponsors I Clark Steadley Campbell

or may be purchased tor cash.A ALL MAKES 21" USED Florida. 8444351. tic List your property with us. activities other than regular Faculty and student body, Harlem Georgia Johnson Leslie Bailey.
TV SETS
real bargain. Call for detail J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-7501. services. Among these are: Part Academy High School. Arnold Thomas and Bennie Jones
Guaranteed. $19.95 ,
down, $14 04
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished I Ito clpating as an active group in the Jr. I II

IncomeLocation per., YU month.2-7151.LAKE APPLIANCECO. tic apartment. Phone 21271.tfc Jack-A. Martinez Choir Union appearances: on several CARD OP TIIANKS I Colored patients remaining.

for 7.11 store In Pa. church and special school: programs I wish to express my deep gratitude Morris Adams, Frances Lambert.

hokee. AIRBOAT FOR SALE: 65 hp Con Mrs. Leo Wheeler REAL ESTATE entertainment for splritua to the many friends for their Aston Clark Arnold Thomas Stead-

Filling Station site in Belle tinental. Contact Fry Hardware UcBusinessSetviC FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer 342 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished steel and recreational rewards. thoughtfulness during my recent icy Compbell Leslie Bailey Ken
Glade. masonry house. Will sell as Is With Miss C. M. Morton as pianist Illness and confinement at Hendry neth Charmer, McDonald Jones

I C.O.P. license Bar and Park.spaces Phone YU Royal 2-2603.Palm Trailer tic or complete to buyers specifics- Mrs. T. J. Sanders as president General HospitaL I am grateful indeed Georgia Johnson Ollle Granvllle.

Lounge, doing excellent busi ions. Exclusive. and roster of conscientious officers to Dr. Allison and the Hospital

ness. Flagler Beach Fla. S FOR RENT Furnished apartment NORTHSIDE bedroom frame and members, this choir Staff for service rendered Honored guests visiting Clewls

Notice to InvestorsLast Call YU 2-6881. tic $10.000 has sung its way Into the heartsof and those who sent cards, flowers ton and Harlem Academy Monday
,.
year at this time, I advertised ," NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, music lovers in all neighboring and other acts of kindness I am were Mrs. Oliver H. Baldwin accompanied -

in the Clewlston News, ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU I 9000. communities. convalescing at my home at present by Mr. Burke and Mrs.

a section ((040 acres) of land RADIO &: TV SERVICE. Cancers 2-6881. tic ACREAGE as available. Sunday September 15 at 3.00pm. :' and I win always remember Minor all of West Palm Beach.
for sale in Collier County at S ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2
MI,00 an acre near the pro Radio &: TV Sales with service. FOR RENT OR SALE: I bedroom bath frame home. Hardwood choir mumber two will assemble each and all of you In my prayers.

posed Naples Ft Lauderdale Nlckell Building 108 Bond Street trailer Adults only. Phone YU loors. at the church along with Respectfully, BENNIE JONES. Lost Glasses

Turnpike This section of land Clewlston. Fla. Phone YU 2-&<<1. 2-4250. Itp 325 FHA HOMES in Broward Palm I guests from the local community 1 Paula Faye Evelyn Tarver the
has been sold twice since then YOUR PHILCO DEALER Ito Mike MillcevieI..s..as..a..L..s.s..1. Beach and Dade counties varlus and neighboring communities to CARD OF TIIANKS nine year old granddaughter of

and both sellers have realized sizes and prices. Small cash celebrate Its third anniversary.Come We the family of the late Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tarver

5054 profit I am at this time ..2 tayment'OR out and enjoy; a song and Mae Bonner express our deep appreciation lost her glasses last Friday be
offering some choice propertyon RENT Efficiencies and music festival that will be one) of and sincere thanks to tween her home and the school
Sanibel Island. This winter houses as available. your most enjoyable few hours our friends For Information, Please can
sill be many for their kind-
the
first time YUkon
this Is 2-6S32.
land has been I Over 1.000 vacant lots to select of the present time.CHAPEL .
accessible to the !
motoring public, by a new moo BUSINESS DIRECTORY from for all purposes. Various
million) dollar bridge. In the price.. Terms.INVESTMENT. PROGRAMA

Put, this island could only be 9 AND INCOME very Impressive and inspirational i ,
reached by a slow, ferry This PROPERTY: chapel program was presented
Sanlbel! Island Property may SEE l US FORBOTTLED $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent ,
in the Harlem Oymnatorlura
be bought at this time and"raed CBS
construction $25,000.
GAS at 11
EVINRUDE Monday morning, Sept 0,
this winter at a nice LONG TERM, low interest, farm,
Profit For further information a. m.
AppliancesSalesService cane grove and ranch mort-
and a 30 minute flight from minimum The faculty members student
and ServiceNew lael. $50,000.
b make I can show you how Sale LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. body parents and friends along

Wand a nice return on this and Used Motor M. LANKFORD with the faculty and student body

Property. Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION Keg. Real, Estato: Broker of Whitfleld's Kindergarten shared
this most wonderful occasion.:
Bahama's Property Parts and Aeeessorle 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire I
Mistress of Ceremony Miss Katie
Auto and General II
miles East of West Palm Marine Safety Equipment
I
Be85 Americathe
I Insurance :Mitchell; Opening song, : I
on the British t-Ull 4.
Crown YCkon
Colony island of Phone Clewlston, Pier. Ph. YU Beautiful; Scripture and Prayer I i
Blmmlni
have choice listings that won't we R. E. WALDRON I CALL COLLECT: I Frank' Cox 2-2181.. Rev. L. Holmes; Fledge Audience : H I

last much longer. These coral South Bay WY 00921HENDRT ; Poem, My Friend Carolyn __
wands offer year round temperature Pope; Selection You'll Never
of 72 degrees free WALDRON'SMEATS COUNTY Glades Roofing Co. Walk Alone Harlem Academy

Port shopping, and only 35 rain- Title & Abstract Co. AD Types of Reef and Chorus; Introduction of Speaker,
ales by air from West Palm AND GROCERIES Sheet Metal Work Prof. A. A. Thomas; Speaker, Mrs.
leach
Abstracts Title Insurance
Title -
For
an inspection of Ba- New Catstnettoa
erBipalr
hams Oliver H. Baldwin supervisor, public
Public Stenographer
Properties or further in- .mtoIp.m.3toBp.m.: Jobs
Open 7
l instruction Palm Beach county.
wmation, call Frank Den- Pb&ooopJtaDaplJeatlq ,
Week
mean.keeHent. Six Days a Brldt St.,and Park Are' Phone 2-7111 The speaker elaborated from the J-
EVERY TUESDAY) LaBoHo,, FU. P. O. IWs tit subject "What are wa mada: for :
: block of colored rental (CLOSED OEaore Mill Day er Evenings] Why are' we here, and What do i
wperty. P. O. Box U4SCLBWMTON
Moment Picnics: For prompt. Efficient you want to. be because you are
Five small For Your Spur of FLA. THIS MODERN HOME EC,room of Harlem Academy has
apartments, reduced here: just been
** quick sale. Furnished and Miles East of dewiston Home delivery .... completed and contain numerous cabinet for storage and has three r
complete I
financed. Four sets ef kitchen facilities Including doable .
lints. A
OF THE MIAMI HERALD waah1a6
lIIaehl. II I. lie Installed
Ia the Dear insure Large eloa&o
Acreage Bare Beach Call Bobby Giddens length mirrors) on the doors for sewing aids -STAFF PHOTO.eontaln taD I I

1800
acres cattle and citrus


you arty ranch.over anytime.Polk and County.Inspect A real We this bargain.will prop fly Attention CattlemenNow 'e YD s-im L ( ) ( ) K--- BEAUTY JULIA'S NOOKFor Harlem Club I I

1300 acres of highly improved fs Your Favorite Mixed Drink '
Pasture land. S80 acres in Pan- I Is the time to consolidate / TrnUnr -That Styling New-Look Cutting Cocktails) I I

eo11andCotalBarmu4ae j roar debts with a long tern farm N. Appointments Fried Chicken Sandwiches I

planted. Balance chopped ahiaa lou, low Interest rates with Ideal Business Location Friday and Saturday Recorded Music, Popular Bands) '
to Pensaeola Mrs Jalia 8al... Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Win
Wallace, t I
Derby has
Bank
wells cattle Land
pens
and Federal Proprietors I
l Is
cite{ new fenced and cross fenced 75 ft. by 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley I II
Wire. New hardtop See or Write ,I II
2""y road will front I I
on
prop
R. HAY Hilton's
*" W.
:CoUnt'V. This fine Okeechobee Across.from Thrifty DruSParkinson and Bank Grocery LAWN SERVICE J
I
Pasture land Wslcald BoMtafBrsdenton I
bought can be Box 6$6 Groceries Fresh Moats Efficient and Friendly .
lor $iso.oo an acre Florida
We
29 wn and balance ten Good TermsTomato Vegetable want Your Business
*
ears. Cold Drinks Essential Items We aim to 1ItJat.1Allen'
We Appreciate Your Patronage
2'k sUnchettocres Tribune hi,. and Mrs. Thorston Elites Lawn Service .
at
the city limits of Tampa YTkoat-4241 '
27 2**? Haven' Just otf Highway Proprietors) Elbert Allen JrM
Proprietor
"a0ky Proper has well septic sad and Watermelon GrowersHave
foundation ,
tor
S bedroom
.
rock road to property.h Ft. Myer .

!:!0heme lite, or for trailer.. News Press good acreage close in
-" .

Can W Home 0. CUPBELL DeliveryHATHCOCK'S Free- rent if you clear I ID.adeMonroe ELITE GROCERY

Frank Denmead Phone 1-2791

W1 r d Real Estate Broker Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies t

al YU
2-im Realty
.. Cold Drinks
fonewtng -.... Clewiston News 4

17AN1TA JOHNSON UlTAUUN'I'II AUTO SALES "M 8E&riiO* 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3.2941 Other Items

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r iI.d 1' I i Pale Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS ClewfstoD Fla vena Mosley Jones Lee, charged Permit Issued For of Woodlawn Interment Memorial will be Cemetery In the, I
&5 JI I Thursday September 12, 1963 I with wilful and wanton reckless Miami.
4 driving, Willis Edwards Whitfield, Fertilizer Plant family; plot In Woodlawn.
f Mrs. Ruth McKlney and Mid-Florida Fertilizer Company The family requests that flowers
Carithers Announces Malcolm Ington Bigg. Robert' of Winter Garden has obtained a be omitted and memorial gifts' NOEI

Opening Prizes Pen and pencil sets: Mrs. dar wrong side of road. I' building permit for construction of made to charity,
Dorman Mrs. Betty Lou Lemgrew, On a second charge of !wilful and a 50x98' fertilizer plant in dewls- Pattison Funeral Home Is in
Winners of the grand opening Mrs. Dora Knight Mrs. Beatrice wanton reckless driving, Jerry La I ton. The permit gives the estimated charge of local arrangements.

t prizes of Carithers Radio and TV Schefflpr) Mrs, J. C. Swindle Mrs. vonne Cribbs pleaded guilty and cost of the building at 10000. EVERY WASHABLE IN
\ last week haw been announced John Varn"doe, Mrs Ruth Owe ns, was fined $75 or 60 days. The plant will be located on lots EXACTLY
I 1 ,!!I as follows: and Mm.: Elhelle Morgan. Other cases Included: Roy Howard -I 1, 2, 3 block 397, near the ACLtracks. Vets Info Service
Martin and Warren Lumpkin Roemer Construction Com
\ t i: Free service call: Louis Weth- String of pearls: Louis Wfljor- THE RIGHT
Ington Jack, Rogers, Alexander Deese, both charged with failureto pany of Belle Glade has the con- By FRANK E. VELTRE + ,, WAY!
have vehicle under control, $35 tract for constructing the concrete I County Service Officer
Leila Jean ,
Thong McCoy Mange-
or 10 days; Richard Vernon Roland, foundation for the steel structure.In The last full year of schoolingfor
Johnson, Mrs.
lyn Faye Josephine
no license plate, $12.50 or 10 days: other permits Issued during Florida veterans taking edu-
Qulntyre and J. B. Salsbury.
Sam Davis, overwldth. $25 or 10 the week C. M. Oliphant obtained cation or training courses under
Us
Bill Carithers expressed
I'i' appreciation days, sentence suspended and Will permit for construction of additionto the Korean GI Bill begins this
for the warm receptionand
: HARDto offers additional "opening spe Elzy. $25 or 10 days public pro the home of P. M. McIntyre on September, the Veterans Administration I I i
r cials" In an advertisement elsewhere fanity. East Crescent Avenue lots 16, 17 said today.
I In this !issue of the NEWS. Also charged with public profanity and H of 18, block 172. The two When this school year ends
were George Williams and additions will be 32x13 feet, and only a half year of schooling will
b.stInsuranceaervlc.d James Knight, both fined $25 or will cost an estimated 6000. | still be obtainable under the pro-
Plea DayWill 10 days.A Mrs. C. L. Yonce obtained permit tram. Courses starting In Septem- 0
by 10,000 I 1W4, must to close
her come a
for
a decorative
fence
full.Urn mnl Contact Elzy: pleading guilty to a 12.50 bond was forfeited by addition to Ok-Chobee masonry Motel ;Ion' January 31, 1965.
tnt today) concealed Jack Jefferson on a charge of on I
charge of carrying a West I Congress has set this cut-off
Sugarland
Highway at an esti-
bare assault.
weapon was fined $100 or 50 days; date for the Korean readjustment s
mated
cost
of
A jail at Hendry County Court Charged with speeding, a $25 1000. program of education and training -
Abner Plea Day held Monday, by Judge bond was estreated by Roan Cor- for veterans without service-
I : Vann B.N. Parsons, with Elzy's weapon bett Durden; $35 bond on the same Cigaret Tax Rises connected disabilities. The law
(I also confiscated.At charge, by William Franklin Smith, gives no authority to the VA to
Ph. John Arthur Richardson, Robert City Gets $4,775The
the brief session, the case extend these benefits beyond these
YU 259718TMTK of Jerry Lavonne Crlbbs charged Oscar Otte, Milton Berkson Oshins, dates.
siah Barnes, Sr., Senen Antonio rise in cigaret tax from five
with no driver's license, was dis- \ I Originally, Korean Conflict vet Model DEG440
to eight cents pack Is reflected : -
Loche and Willard Arthur per
S-nith.
I missed, upon proof of his license erans were eligible for 36 monthsof
FARM
1 for the first in j
time receipts
A $35 bond was forfeited by Mar- I
lira mi. .. with cases ordered to be continuo readjustment courses but now
Cwuilty CMPMVMM
omen lloomlnfto/ ,mush ed at next week's court for Marannouncing tin H. Peers, charged with disorderly for the month of July now being only 17 months will remain before
distributed by Richard B. Keating, I
conduct and Dude Payne, the final deadline when school
I ,, charged with assault and battery director of the state. beverage de-i classes resume this September.To 'HlNKLE-f' fREf WASH 'N WEARsrota IRON fAR lls$1
pertinent. I, be eligible for such read-
The City of Clewlston! will receive .,justment education or training Only Norga builds In

Smoke Pall From 4.77589, reports.Keating. Receipts veterans must have had active ALL 4 WAYS OP DRYING
have hovered around the $3,000 service at any time between June
: mark In previous months. I 27, 1950, and January 31, 1955jThey 1 Tumble-dry with heat S Tumble-dry with sir
Controlled FiresThe Collections> for, the month In the I II also must have served at PLUS IXCLUSIV1 NO.TUMBLI CYCLES
I state amounted to $5164.59393. Of least 90 days and entered training (for delicate things you dan net tumble-dry)
THE ONLY WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK this 2328972.09 went Into the state I within three ;years from their *Air-dry no tumbling 4 Heat-dry,no tumbling
heavy pall of smoke which general revenue :fund and the remaining first discharge from that service. --
": BUILT WITH 'JEEps TOUGHNESS layover the lake area of the Everglades $2,835,621.M was distributed Those veterans who were on
/ at Intervals during the past to the qualifying cities.OBITUARY. active duty January 31, 1955
couple of weeks does not mean that must enter training within 3 Glades Gas
Co.DAN
muck fires are rampant, despitethe years from the date of their first
fact that the land was about unconditional discharge after Jan- .
the driest on record before last MRS. FRED W.BRYAN uary 31, 1955.
r weekend's raw Mrs. Fred W. Bryan passed awayat MCCARTHY
: L. C. Redlsh, Sr., of the Ever the home of her daughter, Mrs.C. Bridge ClubMrs.

: glades smoke resulted Fire Control from staff, said the J. Gonterman Tuesday evening Charles Oliphant won high Phone YU 2.1311 Clew aton,FIa.Bill's .
farmers burn-
after a long illness. She 87
tag off their lands before planting was prize when Mrs Campbell E. Nail
to cane. years of age entertained her bridge club Wed-
F "The smoke The former Esther Carl Singleton nesday. Second high went to Mrs.
was really a smoke 'was a native Clarkston, Ga.,
pf Foy Durrence and cut to
signal of prize
I progress, he said. Someof and widow of the late Fred W.
Mrs. Glen Etherton. StoreFormerly
the land
being burned has been Package
Bryan. She had
made her home In
Others
Is tradition. And this in pasture previously; and has I playing were Mrs. J. W.
Toughness a 'Jeep now same been mowed and burned Clewlston for the past ten years. Clark, Mrs. J. W. Beardsley, Mrs.
t, 4-wheel drive toughness is available in Jhe new 2- plowed for before being Surviving are two daughters R. R. Hooks, Mrs. Charles B.
planting Other lands Mrs. R. L. Geiger, ( Seminole Package Store,
Washington
Owens and
wheel drive 'Jeep' Gladiator truck. being cultivated the hostess.
for the first D.C., and Mrs. C. J, Gonterman, Bond Street)
The new 2-wheel drive Gladiator is powered by the time and a gigantic land-clearing Clewiston: one granddaughter, I

I high-torque 140 h.p. Tornado-OHC engine. More operation Lykes Bros.Is going In section on. 33, Town Mrs. Phillip W. Boesch; and three I I'I II I Has Moved to
great grandchildren
of Winchester
horsepower on less gas than any other production ship 47 and Bass Ranch In Section Mass sister,
; one Mrs. EdwardG.
I engine. Power options available including automatic In 1:1 south are among Hendry those county clearing at the land Siren of New Orleans. j 336 West. Sugarland HighwayA
present -
transmission.Find time. held Private this afternoon funeral services in will be complete dock Imported and Domestic Liquor,

out about its passenger ride.The big wide Redlsh also reminded residents the Chapel Boots Guides Gas Ice Wine and Beer
'" comfortable seat The unlimited visibility. Available that some smoke comes from the
Fishing
city: garbage dump when the winds Bail Bonds Tackle Supplies Open Daily 10:00: a.m. to 8.-00: p.m.
with pickup or stake body,120' or 126wheelbase.. from the east; recently efforts
I r 7 or 8 foot pickup box. See your'Jeep' dealer today. have been made to clear up and Johnson'sFishing Sunday 8:00: a.m. to 12 Noon

Hiwt.wHKLDRiYEfJEEF GLADIATOR[ burn dump. accumulated trash at the 24 Hour Service Camp Drive-In Window for Your Convenience

McDonald Bookkeeping and Clewlston, Fit ..
KAISER jMpSUGARLAND CORPORATiONS Toledo I,Ohio
k CARD OF THANKS Tax Service
MOTORS
We wish to take this means of
841 Sugarland Hwy. Clewlston thanking many friends for their John W. McDonald
'' &..*J..p'v.hle.ln, action In help to Wayne In receiving the education -

; "IBS GREATEST SHOW 01 EMIH" Tues., ABC Ch. 1 10 become which a medical has enabled technician him and to Phone Immokalee OL 4-3672 Fla. Clean

n obtain the Job he has at King Memorial -
Hospital. Lake Butler. We
; SCHOOLDAYS would like especially; to mention Camp Out
: the late Red Stephens and othersof

ore here again and ,he the staff of B&B Meat Market With your son Wee
.
f$ 'thought of going bock to 'the his school teachers and all 'who on ,next free '
books sounds like work-but -a lave him the encouragement be your J !
needed. A weekend I IHendry
special thank you to
it 01
payil Why not study the those at Hendry General Hospitalwith s oar.e
Book that dividend
pays .
whom he worked while In : County
o. offer this life Is over. "Verily, verify, f say unfo you, he that school and to Or. Charles Reid and
Wa htortlh my word, and btlnvtlH/ 'In Him thai' sent me, hath, the Kelly Foundation for their as- Aluminum Sales !
r : vvlosling /lift ," John 5i24 sistance. Clewlston, Florida .n Used Cars
"Tour Apache Camper ." .
e, .:
Community Presbyterian Church ORVILLE ETHELLE Dealer"
407 Royal Palm Avenue AND WAYNE MORGAN.

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K' HENRY HOPFFLL FORD. Minister ,
I B:45: A.M. Bible School II" ,
al 11:00: AJ4. Worship '.... 1,

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