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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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38 NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON, noRmA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18. 903 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 2145.1 pJL Subscription 4.00 year ,


Key- Engineer Official Urged Teachers to f

Cobalt 60 a deadly radioactive. The course will be .
material, will be the subject of a. gineers who have ,

"treasure" hunt by Corps of En- Radiological Safety Responsibility or Seek New Jobs :r
per&onne1 of the ClewbtonlJei Mcdellen; the \

peer office and FCD Area office course at Fort A, Vincent, educational
at the conclusion of a four day i itra1DlDa the Radiological for the State Depart I HIGH SCHOOL PTA Jk ;
which starts Sept. at the
Eastern
course: made L. G. Vaughn, :
President
New York. a strong'I PTA 1\\;
::IreS. Clewiston faculty mem-I Jr., announced that a meeting
The bunt will be through the use Mayor Leon accept the responsibility win be held.Monday eight at

or sensitive Instruments with wen- Defense Director : or seek other employ.I the high school.Horary for parents
In charge have been I
trained personnel invited to
the first Parent-Teacher's Interested In erianUinahith a f
Eight men from the dewisto the opening of this Tuesday night at the I. school PTA. The meeting

Area office and ,elM from the 83rd.: will begin at 7:30: p.m.
FCD Area office will undergo special who has spent 26 I I I,

rtalnlng Twenty-eight hours of a ,teacher, principal The speaker was Introduced by 1
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Instruction will be provided thmen School parent, outlined the Carl Hornsby, vice president and tl t
to make them proficient In of the State De long-time friend of Mr. Vincent l ?
monitoring industrial uses of radioactive of Education and the, In other business, those present
material and to provide the I Set at lOinRoutine It Inures Probably the voted to meet only four times ayear ,"
with capabilities for recovery ,
Is
engineers teacher place- on recommendation of the
operations In the event of : said, with 40,000 Executive Boards; The board will:
a nuclear Incident or attack. In the State of Florida,I meet on Octoben 15, and persons A

teachers a year are with suggestions for projects are: MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. (Stan) Holler. Melbourne; Riley 8. Miles,

Funeral Services The Hendry County { urged to be present at this meetI -I I'In OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA chairmen Klsslmmeet R. R. (Jack) Homer,

Public Instruction colleges: are providing ,. FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT, shown'the meet- vice-chairman.: West Palm Beach, and O. E.Dall .

Held Tuesday For that 10 mills be set as I 1,800 graduates a year Inr held In Clewliton Friday, are, left to right: W. executive director West Palm Beach.
school district I approximately 1,200 I R. Scott, Stuart; R. L. Pestle, Coral Gables; P. ,STAFF PHOTO.
millage I 0 Into the. teaching Mrs. Jones' Named
pro-
Selden L. StewartServices placed ennlum on, and the that ballot this at f outof-itate teach I To State OfficeI
D. Board Sets Lock
to Florida This F. C.
held in the Car. to be held "
were November 3 State to provide equal Mrs. Ann Jones, administrator i,
jon Memorial Methodist Church, Although the minage : salaries and working I of Hendry,General Hospitals I :
LaBelle, Tuesday morning for Set be held at the same I has been eectedaecretsry'treasurder .
den Lewis Stewart, who died unex November 5th .I I of the East Central. Florida Hospital i
pectedly Saturday at his home. He Superintendent J. problem facing the edu| Council. Hours at Clewiston Meet

had lived in LaBelle for 51 year ported that Is the "explo I I I The compliment was paid to( her
and was well-known In the county been made to keep ." In the hat four by fellow members at the annual ,

and area. pletely separate Available knowledge:j.F meeting which iras held in Orlando Problems of access through i: lion Chairman H. H. Raulerson, ers. Those seeking longer hours
He was a native of Iowa and election are to be ') 10 years, Vincent' on September 6. works of the Central and Southern R. E. Hamrick and former Congressman pointed out that hunters and fish
lived many years In Ohio. He graduated school board and the knows what our ele- 1 |Florida Flood Control District J. Hardly Peterson, ermen often left early in the(norm .
from Westminster College In missioners( on a today will face were presented to board members Several other officials were pre. rigs, and returned after dark ,!''
Ohio, and received his degree In with each board Ot this point he en Enjoying a day at Lake Placid at their public meeting, held Friday -sent to.urge full operation of, the The Okeechobee: delegation also
engineering at Ohio State Unlver- lots. to "do a better Sunday as guests of the W. T. LewIs at Eugarland Auditorium, boat locks in the levee on the asked a study: of the-dike designon > ''I
aib' It also they are doing, to ao-s and W. E. Lewis families were Clewiston. ,northwest shore of Lake Okeecho- the north shore-levee- requested : ..
He moved to Florida with his request was the agreed & of the chil Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Moran Mr. ,' Heading an Okeechobee county an opening! the levee between I''
wife, the late Mrs. Nancy Stewart, county placdi In their and Mrs. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Sammy bee.The board Taylor. Creek and Klsslnv '
recommended minimum

to place on the ballot. I delegation discussing boat lock,
Weaver and and
Mrs. R.
in 1912, and settled In LaBelle. He clal Election, of other employment Mr. > hours of 5:30: am. to 7:30: mee River, indicating LImpkin ''i
attended the University of Flor- choice of whether to i' the best, will they; D. S.pplnton.I operation were County; Commls-I p.m. for summer weekends and Creek would be a likely choice:

ida from which he received a elect the County Sc ;; ; create an Image In the I 7. a,m. to 6 p.m. for 'the rest of Joe Hilllard asked the board to
degree In education, when he was tendent, or have him mind that will demand the year. Chairman Riley S. Miles provide. access tor cattle crossings

I 60 yean of age. He was a registered the School Board. I How to Detect Forgeries pointed out to the Okeechobee delegation on Levee C-20. as such is needed
civil engineer and had served also urged teachers that these hours are min- for his ranching operations

u county engineer for Lee county, The superintendent : students and parents ; .imum hours, and may be Increased The FCD directors expressed
before Hendry county was created. Final payment for : Supreme Court rul, if needed. Leland Pearce, firm approval of the proposed
In 1923 he became county engineer chased from the school against religion, but', Shoplifters Will Be Shown developer of Buckhead Ridge, a bond amendment to( provide for
tor the new county of Hendry. He use In the city water students to recite' I sportsman village in_the area, saidit use of funds to purchase lands for

also served as engineer for the City been received from the particular prayer or I' ; wan. often very difficult to( obtain recreation purposes and public
of LaBelle.He Belle In the amount of $ Daily devotions In I How to detect forgeries, and how to catch and handle shoplifters. a change in policy, once parks, and urged the variouscoun\ -

had been a member of the New sewage lines are continuing as are topics of a film program which will be presented to merchants. adopted. ties in the area to.give it strong I
board of county commissioners of stalled at dewlston (I sales clerks. cashiers and other key employees in 'the area next Mon- I I Miles said it would not be necessary :- support at the' polls. Chairman
Hendry county. He also taught and Gewiston day evening at Sugarland Auditorium Clewiston. Starting 8 o'clock, for the FCD directors to( Mlles said the amendment will ': II
school In Felda, Fort Denaud and and the project was FJght'a.' there will be tw 30mlnUIie films with commentary, on two of the ma- seek approval of other boards to be on the November ballot The ,

CMston..Re...*!.ODe of the en-i satisfactorily, th* City' WEATHER Jorjosaevihcct/crime: > which,business faeeftsrtay_ ,_._ ._... change the hours taxes and fees 'which.wiU,furnish I I
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for
bill board v
ton to the \ ,
Jineen! who surveyed the. route 'rho tdcwla qIJeWohiiriDian fUnd to buy these lands are already
Sheriff Earl Dyes. has obtained the film from. the Florida Sheriffs
aged materials used,
tor the Tamlaml Trail before Its boat locks, designed primarily for levied, pointed out Mile.
ject is completed.The I Association: and will show them through cooperation of the Merchants I
construction.He pleasure boats and especially The board was pleased with reports -
Hendry County Committee of the Clewiston Chamber of Commerce: AU inter-
had served ports fishermen and duck hunt- that Hendry County has a
continuously as Max MID as and others who deal with
survey has been set by ested store-owners, and their key employees,
Judge of the Small Claims Court __ 89 68 I Recreation: Committee with plans
Department) of this'potential problem, are invited and urged to attend.
of Hendry County since Its creation which have already had approvalof
..... 90 71 .02 International
week of. December 25. Epoxy
In 1953. An Increase In _...: 90 72 Sheriff Roy Lundy of Glades county is cooperating in urging residents the county commission. I
Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. 90 71 of that county to Join the Hendry county group for the showing. Board members are Riley S.Miles .
county schools for.ii, Opens First Paint
Nancy Boots, Belle Glade six chairman; R. R. Homer,
; tals approximately 200. ... 91 740 Both Sheriffs and the Chamber of Commerce chairman, Richard ,
laOS, John and David, Late Worth; 90 740 vice-chairman S. W. Koller, W. R. i '
Bible reported that Phelps, to attend the worthwhile film.
urge everyone Store in ClewistonDouble
Houston
Mulberry; Wilfred, Sel- __ 89 72I Scott and R. L. Searle and O. E. ;
epted the Board's offer A. Roofing Co. of Clew- I
grandchildren and several great members of the staff were also in
grandchildren. ute $145 to the college: iston. is the first complete paint attendance at the meeting, as were
He Hendry County student store to open in Clewiston and Is
was a member of Carlson many visitors from Clewiston and
also the first franchised
Memorial during the school term Epoxy
the Glades
Methodist Church. Rev. area.
wane : ward voting the store to be opened in Florida.

vices held Zolletconducted the ser- .t follows: $20 per I Epoxy paint, which ,It manufactured -
there
Tuesday, and interment student as the in Ft Lauderdale, has
followed Band Ass'n Plans i
In Hfflcrest Cemetery
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West plus $52.50 per semester previously been sold excluslveb'to
Fatal
Beach.
dent u the board's contractors; and government
I tribution. agencies at the Cape New ActivitiesAt

VFW Ladies Plan Palm Beach Junior I The local store has recently I the initial meeting of the
accepted the Board's completed painting the
I city tennis Band Association last week, a covered :
Tupperware I Palm Beach Junior I courts with one of the new type I dish supper was enjoyed by
PartyThe tuition fee for this .paints and they are expected to band students and their parents.

yyyy Ladles Auxiliary will dents attending that : I be placed in use in the near fu Following the supper Mrs. Dan
hold a Tupperware Party Monday Upon request of Mrs. ture. Plans are being made by the McCarthy presided at the business
of Clewiston, for Arrlngton brothers for
Canny ------- ----------------- --------------- a formal
evening at 8 'clock: at the Post I meeting when plans for the coming
Borne oa Francisco: Avenue. The to use two classrooms STARTING LINEUP for the Pantleft gaud; Victor Allison left tackle and Ron- opening In the near future" meanwhile year's activities were discuss:

Public Is cordially Invited. instruction 'each tame tomorrow night will be, left Die Olden, left end: Mike Masslna, quarterbacks a technical paint engineerwill ed. The committee on football programs .
the Auxiliary to Join noon from 3:30: p.m, to : Oana, right end; Johnny McGee, Henry Bowden, fullback) AI Morrell halfback be at the store Saturday to reported on that project
members tor this
oeeaslon. Proceeds will to char the board instructed ; Dannie Teder, tight wards Deer and Be Lindsay, wlnjback/-STAFF PHOTO assist residents with painting :and other reports were made to
v. Refreshments go ) tify Mr.. McCarthy of ( SnlUy: rcOUDs> center;, Xtesg Angel, problems i the members. _
will be served.
that school classrooms I
used by non-school ., for the Gold's only score The 1
anlzatlons. for Season game was played under limited County Law Enforcement Officers
Happy ; Ready Help
Birthday The board accepted I conditions ef ne panting Off, tack kickoffs I I
mendation of. the or regular plays.
And Better Check Four le slants, end limited
sweeps
that Herbert Burrows In State Trackdown
in
Driver License) buried for the use of r Pahokee"-Bundy.i\! passing and quarterback keep* Speed Operation

Sept 19.: Dick Hooks B.111 Wai- the summer Driver I were used exclusively by the
d'o0. Margaret Cochraa., Mrs. Her- raining program at I Joe Bundy Tuesday coupled: with 'his running ability evenly divided teanui. The Hendry County Sheriffs Department ers and other highway law violators -
Long that the Clewiston make him a constant keep or The Junior varsity team Clewiston and LaBelle County road patrols can: bea
Rev Richard In the amount of, ,
non Knight, my
for the sea throw threat police departments' will assist the
Marie Evans one-half cents mile "ready" played the second and fourth vitally effective: force in the success
Bin Patterson, per
Betty Ben, Donna, J4rs. of 625 mile,. I I in Pahokee Friday Henry Bowden, sophomore, fullback quarters and did not seat*. Florida Highway Patrol'ln renewed of this program and by renewed
LIIUe Leiter. Martin, Bible authorized I'I' the arch' rival Blue who loves to mix it up on I effort to slow the number of vigor in enforcement at all
was -
Sept 20: Mrs. Christine bids after consultation both offense and defense, is expected The left side of the. Tiger line' deaths and Injuries on Florida I levels we may be able to stem the
Mrs: Stella BrU, Buddie Herring Doty I ment with board I,I I his first year at CHS. to do yeonums work at features seniors Ronnie Olden, Victor highways! according! to Sheriff rising tide of highway deaths
Robert W, with some 80 football linebacker on defense AI Morrell Allison, who Bundy says Is the Earl Dyess.Sheriff .
best
the
Sept. 21:Kelly, w. O. Ba.s. I Hull to accept used school which is the largest a transfer student from Pahokee, most improved linemen on the Dyess and Lt John Con- "Also in your role as chief: law I

Ernie Radish, CharlieWim.'cMi ale of two ch.ssll.The.superlntendent. I ever to partlcU was outsanding there as an end. squad, and Doug Angell. Sophomores roy of the Fort Myers office of enforcement. officer: in your county; : I
Sara Ollphant. Mrs one bus I! Junior-senior football H. has. taken a halfback positionand Doug Rudd and Smltty Pol- the nIP have made extensive may I request that you meet with I

Sept 22 Mrs. Anna Toad I : Clewiston. '.1b1I1I also will cause opponents a great hill are waging a fierce battle for plans for the operation of radar municipal and other law I
: Mrs. negotiate enforce'I
1tri A. 1'. Etherldge Davis thorized to driver I for the Tigers in deal of trouble with his speed and starting center and only game time and use of the highway! patrol airplanes ment personnel to solicit 'I
kcCehee, Cottrell Mrs.-Annie F dealers (for two :( :after ,with- pass catching ability Morrell Is a will toll which win get the startingnod. in this immediate area. The operation, and that you discuss the '
1f,1.. Co Edith Egley Larry Sub I training cars for use. ,' the Sunniest Con j junior Sophomores Donnle Yoder and operation TRACKDOWN, is being serious nature of this problem with I
.Radish, Sr., RRay Fletcher, and Clewiston high char- Bo Llndsey Is wingback carried appropriate members of the Judlc I
Sept, I I): which they were and will Johnny McGee, along with senior on statewide by; officers
mau. Irtrs.: Bell, 0>> the 196344 term. share equally with Morrell In the Dennis Gann are more than adequately and all radar sets and air planesare lacy, to urge their full support of ,

11 White, Lou Preatoa Hammond. Bet.1 Bible reported on the I reportedly have one running, and pass catching department holding down the right being double-shifted to catch the state-wide effort now underway r
Sept 2fo J.L Arthur. made in planning HI : backfields In the All four backfield men run side of the. line. speed violators. On heavily! traveled to Impress upon Floridians. and '
nce,: Merle Bethea Jewel lions to the LaBelle the line with four the: 100 yard dash in the. 10 second Bundy and his assistants :Bob highways the speed watch our visitors that flagrant violations i i
Curtis Thompson. A. C. for this year, which I three sophomores is neighborhood. Baker, Ernie Hill and Buren HaD are being manned on a 24-hour of the safety laws cannot and win I
ssassssr. Glenn classrooms: and are extremely optimistic about theseason basis, according to the. officers.: not. be tolerated. I would appreciate t I "
boy's toilet, walkways senior, who GOLD II -BLUE I any report from as to the
w. zs a was and feel that Its fate !11 held The you
following telegram has been
gaue BIn; Etta; r, loiter. L.. V. room for field equipment I the conference last Mike Maama lived lIP te expectation -' by the sophomores and their deliverance received: by Sheriff Dyess noting success of these conversations and II
Wlmberb', Dr. 10. O. tamed Sara Oliphant back has moved to IB Friday tdfct's under fire the urgency of the programs"Please of the operation TRACKDOWN activities

Sept, 28 a graduate and Is performing Blo-Old lntrt4Mt game A large crowd of spectators are work, closely with the with your, county Thank
a Vaulhn: Grace Clddens, met all requirements at his new position. and lead Ma lean .. a 134victory. expected to follow the Tigers\ to Florida Highway Patrol in Its you for your cooperation. t
: ,. continuing oper. I
c Becky .74rs.j| placed on Is more than adequate, Be falser. aeeeoased
for first
Pahokee
re Cox, Mr. Maggie, Kno Continued on Page ). the game. ation TRACI OWN against speed FARRS3 BRYANT. Governor. ",' a



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i i i -age Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlaton, Fla. \ Price Good One Week Only ,

,{ Ii I Thursday, September T9, 1963 :, Newly-Styled 1964 Chrysler is Here"j with trade

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r 1 "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand

Ilendry County."

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlaton.i '--"" ._"-
i Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. : t-:::::' .- -'
I Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post: -
j Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3,, ,
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THE NEWS assumes no responsibility for the return of unsolicited Chrysler has an attractive offering of Newport. Among the new features are _.. ,
manuscripts or photovraphs seven-position vertically-adjustable ModellePaO __......... ,I :.
1964 with special emphasis com- v.
I THE NEWS assumes no financial responsibility for typographicalerror cars on In Beige color.hock-re I.I.nt, -
or ommlsalons In advertisement but It notified of such errors before fortable motoring, safety and exceptionalroad ing wheel, and a four-speed mar-resistant, polystyrene
cast .
the next Issue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the
advertisement In which the error ocourred. In the event a time element performance. Shown is the New manual transmission. For sports car ,
would render the correction valueless, the News will reduce the priceof Yorker Salon with vinyl-covered roof enthusiasts, Chrysler offers the 300K
the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total a
pace as the erroneous or omitted copy represented and more than 40 extra luxury and con- both a convertible and two-door Cornell'i MOTOROLATARTAN
venience features as standard equipment, in 1964. It is available with a standard
I including air conditioning, a reclining front horsepower or optional 390 horsepower
It's The Law seat, adjustable head rests end Auto Pilot engine with ram induction manifold. 19JJTV

Florida Health Notes, issued by the State Board of Health speed control The Chrysler line consists of and 5-year drive or train 50,000-mile components warranty is continued on .\ : ;, na owI
16 models in three series-the New Yorker,
says "It's the Law" in quoting Chapter 859.06 of the Florida Sta- with full
tutes, 1907. the 300 sports car and the economicaled the 1964 Chrysler. year guarantee'Sound

"No person shall sell, barter, furnish, or give a minor cigarette -
or cigarette wrappers; or procure for, persuade, advise, and went Into free lance work 000 bandages to fill a Out frontFrontmounted
counsel, or compel any child under age to smoke ciqarettes.I for a number of magazines, including must be completed by
LIFE, who later signed It's History Now'' Mrs Duff was chapter
I Any person violating such provisions and upon conviction can
I and Mrs. E. L. Stewart _
be fined from $10 to $50 on the first offense. On second or sub- him up full time. Lanler were chairman of Controb
sequent offenses, fines from $10 to $100 can be levied and sentences His travels have taken him allover THIRTY TEARS AGO sect
I up to 60 days in the county Jail can be imposed." the world to upheavels wherehe other (From Clewtston News Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Pull-up Handle
r. If this law is still on the statute books and officials should has been shot at, among through with September ZZ, 1133)) for a vacation stay in New
( enforce it, cities would run into immediate financial problems. lungs, always coming Miss Clara Schiller spent a va- '
of results.
best
A of cigarette sales made to the cation of two weeks visiting her : /':" \
Iii S large percentage our today are In telling of his experiences TEN TEARS AUO MtH" .'d'>< '
minors, who smoke the cigarettes they buy. Stan describes them as happenings, parents in Winter Haven (From The Clewtoton "tee:
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Simpsonleft nd-wlred chassis Built-in Magic Mast*A...-
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Perhaps this is Progress Laos September 17,1>53)
i, however, he does admit the
crafted with modtenn
for Chicago to attend the : a System UHf
I uprising, In which he was shot at World's Fair.E. Tony Dwyer, director I hand and dip soldering : ," the excellent quality of the pictures by the rebels, caused him to turn M. Cornette of LaBelle spenta State Advertising I long life '. ,- .
and the story, but in how gray overnight.Stan spoke at the annual Full Year GuarantoManufactur -
few days on business In Clewis .t
Stan achieved his claim to tame expects to be home In Nov I Commerce dinner. | Dvcorator Styling ... r's one
Sez I too
1 Sonny
I & with plenty of hard work and desire ember for a vacation before beIng Two Indictments were filed The level of Lake | bedroom den or porch year guarantee covers free
to be the best reassigned to Washington, D.C. against J. L. Taylor, former tax was IS.21 feet above exchange or repair of any
Back In the early '40's, Stan He, incidental/, covered a great collector for Irregularities In his leveLA ( "M" Picture component proven defec-
Last week while Jotting down purchased a "do-It-yourself' developing deal of Kennedy's campaign, which accounts.TWENTY. Glades area football for bright, clear pic-, tlve In normal UII. Ar-
9 the pertinent information about the kit from Sears Roebuck may or may not increase his stock Walter E. Vaughn as -Tinted Eye-shade ranged through selling
isolette at Hendry General I omit- and converted an "honesttogoodness In some halls of fame. held at Cane Field Glass dealer. Labor extra.
It Is I YEARS AGO Glade, Clewiston and Moore
ted one outstanding point outhouse" Into makeshift At any rate, I doubt seriously
(From Clewliton News
the first of its kind in Florida, dark room on his parent's poultry It I anyone ever thought that a $5:s.98 participated. .... -- --
September 17, 1M3)I )
h according to Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, farm at Citrus Center. How many developing kit would lead to such The Red Cross Chapter
administrator. It is a model C-86 trips he made to the pump for an outstanding career for Stan or I On opening day of school the ced emergency plans for
y which is much more modern than water and how many rolls of film that a lad from Moore Haven would Clewiston schools enrolled a total case of storms, fire or
those seen on TV this week in he spoiled while learning will never headquarter in Moscow and spearhead of 371 pupils in all grades, 112. ters.Enrolled
which the Quints are being cared. be known, but by his senior year one of the largest coverages There were 227 In elementary 106 in colleges dish Electric CO.
l -Ia.-- in 1945 he was grabbing for everything ever given '"inside Russia." In Junior high and 38 In Senior I Clewiston students: 12 at
Host of us refer with pride to a which contained the words -55--- high. sity of Florida, 12 at !' CIEW1STOK
personal friend or fellow townsmen photography The Red Cross Chapter's production each at Citadel STREET
Most of us who realize the Tigers
r< when they achiece a mark of success With his graduation from high were working strictly underwraps workers began making 46.-I Tampa U.. Miami U, and
j'J in their chosen field i thus school he immediately went to Friday night, were well pleased
: It is with Stan Wyman, LIFE magazine -
work in the photo lab at Riddle with what we say. Just for conversation -
I lt f f photographer excellent, who Field, sandwiching a brief Navy my star gazing Into the future -
was a fellow graduate of Moore in before to
I r' career moving on Pan finds three definite losses,
,
k"" { Haven High. American Airways in Miami snapping four wins and two tossup. one I /
Last week LIFE contained: a
special VIP their Miami ti
on arrivaLSoon of which will be tomorrow night J
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issue about the Soviet people,
he was taking hops to South at Pahokee. However, because this
in which editor George P. Hunt,
tl America for the airline
or anywhere Is the opening game for the coaches -
gave Stan credit for the originalidea else they had an assignment.This many of the players, for the
nearly a year ago. Stan has was traded for a job as photographer season and no one has lost
jj, been Moscow bureau chief for for the Miami Herald yet I am tossing a doublesided -
I nearly two years, going there from which he held for several
;years. coin and meekly picking Clewis
j r Germany. Working his way to the top of the ton in a squeaker See you H
The success story is not so much staff. Never satisfied Stan resign- In Pahokee. K\ .



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Tossed Green Salad :r .bred 300; and the surprisingly easy-to-own Newport.

i'' Choice of Dressing ,'i ,: t : Clean. Crisp. Handsome Designed in the modern concept. Bold but

r. 1 not brassy. Engineered by men who have accounted for more "firsts"
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Two dollars Seventy-five Cents : I \ ; < )
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} ':', =cats r wh and..Internal.l pets("' ludlng, m.rui.dutch mains) brque blocll. : heed: and InWnel= *univIntake: '.ants. ",rear ld'axles and dIF,;(:
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[LI VALIANT -64 STYLE to take an examination in 1964 Has Fresh "Go" j!
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Harold EsUp.! guidance counselor -
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Gate receipts from Friday night's
Blue-Gold game Indicated that
nearly 700 people watched the t
Intra-squad game.

Another flnt Monday, with the organization of a
Pep Club, composed of girls! at
'1 CHS. Over 50 .Irla.were present :
for the first meeting, with advisor arw..a.+ad
Mrs. Janice Hill. Jackie Goldman
was chosen student advisor; Judy
'. J Watson, president; :Marcia: Futch,
vice president; and Ann Barney, )
... ::}\ secretary: and treasurer. The group '
will travel to Pahokee Friday night
by bus In their first outing ,
A new grille of horizontal design extend rear wheel spinning on slippery surfaces, Featuring performance and qualIty floor-mounted manual transmission, an aHelectrlo -
ing the full width between headlights is a and a push button, electric windshield Plymouth cars for 1964 have increasehead I push button windshield washer,
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prominent styling feature of the 1964 washer. There are improvements in both at Cane Field parking room, Improved driver vision and a and an attractive new center console with'a '
Valiant Shown here la the Signet V-ZOO, Valiant engines, the 101-horsepower stand planned lot In tonight the future these rallies 1-inch Increase In over-all length. They "stick shift' type gear selector for the
a sporty two-door hardtop, one of nine ard engine and the 145-horsepower optional will be held before each home have a fresh styling appeal as shown In this automatic transmission In the Sport Fury.
models in five body styles available in the power plant, to provide simplified main. game. picture of the Sport Fury twodoorhardtop. Both the eight and six-cylinder engines
1964 line. New features, available for the tenance and maximum starting reliability. The Plymouth line consists of 26 models in have design Improvements for Increased
first time in the Valiant line, include a Valiant's 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty on seven body styles. Engines range up to 426 starting reliability. Plymouth continues to
floor-mounted four-speed manual trans- engine and drive train components is continued F.H.A. Newt cubic Inches. Among the many new features provide a 5-year or 50,000-tmle warranty'Ion
mission, Sure-Grip differential to minimize on all 1964 models. By Sara Jo. Cat* are a Chrysler-engineered four- engine and drive train components.


I-T.IIT; :: ; High School Future The dewlston Homemakers Public Relations Chapter of America of the County Classroom Teachers' Association -'dewiston, Fla. THE CLEWXSTON NEWS Page Three
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held its first meeting Tuesday night was held Saturday mornIng -I Thursday: September 19, 1963 '
In the Home EC room. at the dewiston High School
News Notes Officers for the coming year areas Library, with Mrs. Harles McGll-
follows: Donna RedIsh, Susan vary: of Fort Denaud, county erA Sugarcane Crop Hawaii is estimated, to, produce
Schick, ldarr1'r1.: Arlene Ingram, president, conducting the meeting 9846000 tons, I compared; to 9.-
Marcia Futch. Jan Brantley Joanne 995,000tone. r.,:
Supervising Principal James E. Crawford, Mary Slas, Elizabeth Attending the meeting were: Mrs.' Estimate By ,
Brandon has announced that there
at Rogers, Barbara Zemonek: and Jo Zcnthner and Miss Edith McQffl: ,
will be a meeting Monday night Fla. U.S. Service
Sara Cato. I budget committee James Culllgan
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7 In high
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Goals and projects for the Reduced $40.004piece
;year and Harold Estep, professional
g rary for all Interested in forming I Sugarcane production for sugar
1 were presented. Initiation of new practices; Ernie Redlsh, William
FarentTeacber'sAssociation will
school and seed in Florida this
high
a year
members will be held during the Davies, Jack Willis and Buren Hall, I I
reach a record high level of 238.-
October meeting and all girls interested teachers' welfare
; George Stinnett' .
A survey conducted: last :year In should to 000 tons of cane compared to 4"leIOOO ..
Joining plan
J D. Hughes and Jack Scott, Rattan Sectional
pub-I"
tons harvested last ,
revealed that a sufficient number :year
attend a meeting after school October lic relations; Catherine ,
state the Florida Crop and Live-
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of parents felt an organizationwould
14 Sara Oliphant and Pauline HuDlhospltaDty '
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be beneficial thus the meetIng 'stock: Reporting Service, operated
has been scheduled |II jointly by the state and federal Zipper covers
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Classroom TeachersMet Other officers of the
Previously adv. 115930
Dr. William Hill, Jr., and his or.aniz..1 I The estimate is based
in ClewistonAn tion are: vice-president, on an expected
staff conducted physical examinations This week only
average :yield of 34 tons
IN TIGHTLY SEALED BAGS for members of the ninth and organizational ,meeting of Hall secretary-treasurer: Mrs. per acre; somewhat lower than
eleventh grades Friday at school.: I standing committees- --of-the Hendry Zenthner +!the average ;yield of past :years,- $119.50 I
the estimate taking into consider-
ation freeze !damage this year Will be reduced ,$10.(0)) ,
and the fact that expansion in weekly until sold.

Announcing Plymouth and Valiant for 1964 planting Cutting around means gets November underway many 1.new The in fields Florida Reporting Van Cothern's. I

Service states that Louisiana Custom UpholsteryPhone I "
'* production is now set at 11"
8,398,000 tons, up considerably I YU 2-5831,
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It Is clean, simple, modern In every line. mile warranty on the parts that keep car, you picked a beautiful year toGel I

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This smart-looking 1964 Valiant is a hummer in its own right and .. ."calves- fast. .right I 1

Over 2,200 calves raised at the Purina'Research :

it's the low-priced compact with a 5-year/50,000-mie! warranty: I I Farm helped build Purina'a calf starting; program. ;' j !j j

|\Holstein calves raised Purina'a Way at the Purina .

Valiant gine is where the word "hummer" comes (Farm weigh 60 pound more than average calves ',,'
this It would take a lot of compact Valiant to top has more from. Take quality. Valiant's 5year50,000charmallaroundthanmostcompact3.Take / dall n1/64 style at 4 month of age These calves grow fast, freshen .r I
Take styling. .
year. mile engine and drive train warranty 1 r Best all-around compact *'at 24 months,become profitable producers through I
enspeaks for itself. Take a test drive. Soon. out a long milking life ;
Performance. Valiant's standard 101-hp
It pays to start calves the Purina Research. I I

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f Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, FU. and Mrs. Robert Robinson,Mr and Golden Wedding Anniversary NOTICE Mil. after this day I Sugarland Phann'CJ
tlI "Thursday' September IB. 1963 Mrs. George Young and two children I September will not b*H rMponilbl for d.bti

I j Mr. and Mrs. John E. Whid- Ii ... IH\ ". ,.'. .,...... ....."... .Incurred by anyone other than my.e1L PIZZA
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and Fran td"M' TtARNST WILLIAMS
Nesbltt Misses Brenda ;
'L Jennings. ; t tMa. CN Sept.No.1/.181 18, Oct. I. lift YU 2-3311
'liii 4/7 The Jennings, who formerly lived
in LaBelle, have a host of friends
In Hendry County who will Join
) Omerewd in extending congratulations on this SL.

event For School
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executive board of the
Southwest Coast Deanery of National CHILDREN
I SSHOESFor : [
Ij Council of Catholic Women r t
P F met Tuesday at the Pit Room of
the Glades Restaurant with 37
j Girls
members attending and Mrs. G. "ra
) N. Pitzen, president, in charge.
Plans were made for the fall SHADED RED OXFORD TIE

Deanery meeting in Punta Gordaon ,
October 17th. Mrs. Norman ".': Combination Width Sizes 12% 3
Gerhold and Mrs. Arthur Podway,
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member of the Diocesan Board in iJ $6.98For

Miami attended the meeting. _
Local members were Mrs. Pit-
zen, Mrs. Charles Butchart Mrs AND MRS W A. JONESCouple BoysOXFORDS

H. T. Vaughn Mrs. Pat Peters,
klrs. Hazel Miles and Mrs Dan ..HonoredOn I
Ida Crawford, second, and Mrs. C.
from McCarthy.Wauchula Other, Fort members Myers, were Port Golden ;WeddingMr. i I I.A. Martinez, low The hostess served Black or Brown
coconut cake, coffee
I pineapple
Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Bonita I
Springs, Naples, Arcadia and Se- and Mrs. W..A,Jones, whose and fruit drinks, nuts and mints. $6.98TAN

j ring. 50th wedding anniversary occurred A woman has three ways o :
A luncheon followed the business Friday, September 13th, were hon-; meeting a domestic crisis. She can''
meeting ored with a family dinner party MULTICOLORED STRAP
I sue for divorce, have a good cry,
and "At Home",Sunday afternoon.
or rearrange the living room. Combination
with Width -12'4 3
\ Gathered ld enjoy the day -
CECIL KEEN HAS them were aU members of their
FAMILY $6.98LOAFERS
I Immediate family.
I SKATING PARTYCecil
i Ii : The Jones home on East Osceola
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Keen celebrated: his 9th Avenue was'gay with many floral PROTECTOR
r sr. birthday Thursday with a skating I arrangements, emphasizing the
a party at Sugarland Roller Rink. Golden Wedding theme. w Black
BrownParkinson's
rt t: Games and skating were enjoyed I, The family] dinner was held earlyin or
luring the afternoon and refreshment the day and friends called: durIng Abner $6.98
I MR. AND MRS. K. S. JENNINGS of birthday cake and soft the afternoon and evening
drinks were served. tours. Vann
Open House Will Observe Cecil'* parents, Mr. and Mrs Members of the family)) who were II DEPT.
Melvin Keen, Jr. were assisted In here for the occasion were Mr. and Ph.
entertaining by Mrs Betty Smith, Mrs. Al Luther, Bobble, Becky,
: Jenninas' Golden Weddina Date Si. and Mrs. W. J. Roblaon and and Bill! Baird of dewiston; Mrs. YU 259718TATB STORE
r (Mrs. Annie Sutton. Elaine Pace and Linda, Mona and
Guests were Debbie Davis, Danny Pace, of Miami; Mr. and PARM2LSS2 Sugarland Hwy. Clew ton
rI Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Jennings, of'Steve Sergent Pam Farmer, Alan Mrs. Carl Donnell Ronnie and ( l
South Clewiston will observe their;and Ann Hammock, libby Pol- Deedee Donnell.of Miami; Mr. and =:.. ..... J
Golden Wedding Anniversary next I bill, Debbie and Pam Farmer, I Mrs. Thomas Farragher. _Nancy I
: r RYSTAL Tuesday September 24th. :Mostof Marcelyn Fletcher, Shawn Me- and Michael Farragher, of Miami; I
their 12 children and their families i,C6nviUe, Steve Brannan, Keith Mr and Mrs.Bill! Morgan and Billie -
t will be with them on this occasion Carter, Mike and Steve Galassinl, Sue, and Steve Morgan of
ML and the day will be spent Lee Davis, Irma and James Dick- Okeechobee.W. .
I Informally.)) son, Micky Williams, Donna Keen, A. (Gus) Jones and Miss Ethel A Report
r r, FrL Sat. Sept;: 20 21 Mr. and Mrs. Jennings will be Marvin Drake, Freddie Guthrle, May Morgan were married In
DOUBLE FEATUXE"DEMENTIA "At Home" during the afternoon Malcolm Wilson, Sandra and the Woodmore Hotel, LaFayette,
and evening and their friends Tomllnson, LaFoye Lang,
P IS" are Frank Term, September 13, 1913. Attend-
Its Terrorama invited to call during these hours Keith Robison, Pete and Scott Mc- ants were Miss Jewel Morgan,
"THE TEKROK" to share their pleasure and enjoy Leod, Mike Kelly and Glnne Fay sister of the bride, Miss lola Jones,
t I 'i ._ ,BORIS KARLOFF a slice of their anniversary cake Sexton sister of the groom, Paul Gergen
and coffee. and Osey Bryant The couple: has
The Holders
To Stock I IThis
i Sun. Mon. Tues. Sharing in planning the Golden! On Ladies' Group three children Mrs. Elaine Pace,
Sept 22.23.24
r Wedding observance are their sons. Mn. J. W. Beardsley has been Miami, Neolin Jonei and Lathe
I "THRILL OF IT ALL" and daughters with their wives named a member of one of the Luther, of Clewiston, 11 grandchildren .
..i DORIS DAY and husbands. These are Mr. and hostess committees of the Florida a1d.! eight grandchildren. .
For Laughing Purposes Only I' '
Mrs. Louis Jennings and childrenof i T y
j Fruit and Vegetable Association: u is a report to the citizens of Clewiston who are purchasersof
Springfield Va., Mr. and Mrs. you
Wed. Thurs., Sept 25 28 Convention group Mrs. W. Allen
!' "A NEW KIND OF LOVE" Dennis Dana of Clewiston, Mr. and Markham, of Okeechobee, Is chairman St. Margaret'sCard electric power from the City Electric Department:
I I 1 I Mrs. Aaron Knight and family, of
t. of ladles acltivitles for the
PAUL NEWMAN
...-;. JOANNE WOODWARD Clewiston. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Weir I 1963 convention, to be held at the Parties As taxpayers, you should know how your city government
"4 I <: >' Leave your girdles at home and daughters of Boca Raton, Bob American: Hotel, Bal Harbour, Miami functions, and how it handles this important phase of your
ert Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie st. Margaret's Altar Society resumed
You'll bust them laughing. Beach, September 23-27. business affairs.
I' .., ,::\ Jennings, son and daughter; Mr. monthly card parties last
week. Two tables of bridge players
I "" Hostess to Club enjoyed games at the home of Mrs. Last year, effective with the billing of July, 1962 certain ad-

ALL-TIME Mri. Raymond Christian was H. J. Andrei Tuesday evening. justments in the electric rate were made. Briefly, this was to per
hostess to members of her bridge Mrs. B. W Hundtermark, a guest, mit and encourage additional use of electricity, especially for
club Wednesday afternoon. First won first prize and Mrs Harry
prize was won by Mrs H. T. Vaughn Jr.. won the draw prize. home appliances, including air conditioning.The .
LOW PRICES Vaughn, second by a guest Mrs Ait. Andrels served strawberry
increased use of electric current since that rate adjust
W B. Barron of LaBelle, and cut Schaum torte, coffee and tea to her
by Mrs W. C. Boswell, also a guests. ment has brought more revenue to the city, and at the same time
guest Thursday night other players enjoyed has given a more favorable rate to residents for the increaseduse.
",.... Others playing were Mrs Helen card: games at the home of .
Roberts, Mrs. Melvin Wilder, Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Butchart with Mrs E.
E. N. Scott, Mrs. E. C. Mills and I L. Holoubeckjas co-hostess. Mrs. The following figures are from the city records and show the

the hostess Mary ThIelen won forst prize. Mrs consumption and cost for each month May thru August of 1961

NYLON TIRES (all at the old rates) 1962 (when rate was changed in July) and

L'fJ 0 1963 (all at the new rate).

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n.onstu"r. 1961-731,291 kw sold 28,955,96
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'?,' r;,' t' The word"nylon"Is not enough.n insist on FIRESTONE\
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1-'" nylon cord bodies,7-rib non-skid tread,Firestone Rubber-X. .. .

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I I 7.00.15 I.l LUCKY WINNER OF THE "BACK TO SCHOOL" BICYCLE ghee '
II i .{,: .I'' e.00r10 13.08 17.BO away by Ktyal'a la Clewlatoa was David Morrell ef 417 Alverde Ave MONTH OF AUGUST
I .l ass His same was polled from the box by Carolya Hamate, I year ..
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'j 1 Ii 7-80.14.TUSUIS1|NYLON 18.PB CHAMPION I 1O.BO old d* (hter of Mr. sad Mn. E. N. Williams-STAFF M Saturday PHOTO nlfht(pd, Sept adv.7.) I .1961-796,004 kw sold 30687.37; '

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Diane Rackstraw Installed Sunday ,With "Over The Rainbow" As Theme visit and Mr.family with and their Mrs.in Pahokee son Edward L. M.Brown Wright of Clewiston. Florida Thursday September CLEWISTON 19, 1983 NEWS Pace Five ,


The Rainbow" was the Charity; Suzanne Peers, Hope Eustls visited last weekend with
JTof the public Installation Becky Spires, Faith; Cheryl Lee:, ,1- her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ARE YOU SURE :';1,

: when Diana Rackstraw Recorder; and Chris Giddens, about tomorrow? Are you living
profl'8l11' Yon.Mrs .
of Mr and Mrs. O. D.Rlckstraw Treasurer; Mary Beth Fry, Chaplain : R. R. Hooks. Mrs. CharlesB.
daulbter became worthy advisor ; Marcia Futch, Drill Leader; I Owens, Mrs. Foy Durrence and .. your life day by day not con
01 Ibe Gewiston Assembly of Rainbow Sheila Carton, Love; Andrea! Boo a' rydh Mrs. Glen Etherton spent the week- G cerned about your future? Do you "
*Girls Sunday afternoon. ton Rellg.on; Jan Brantley, Na- end at the Etherton Cottage on
Cheryl Lee. retiring worthy lure; Betty Ann Ford Immortal- l Fort Myers Beach. \1 positively know you ore going to
MISS served a. Installing offl- Ity; Bobby Waters Fidelity; Joy i"li Dr. L. G. Vaughn, Jr., attendeda heaven? Don't guess. Don't think.
advisOr with Mr,. A. H. Vann as In- Crawford, Patriotism; Jan Wilson, ;1 meeting of the executive com- \ You can be positively, tore today.
sutant cbaplaiD. Mils Judy Chris Service; Arts Jacobs, ConfIdential :'1 mittee of the Florida East Coast I
marman. Miss Observer; Kay Owens Outer Ob- Optometrlc Association In Royal
I1IStaUin. musician and server; Chris Kelly, Musician; Palm Beach Friday. He Is servinghis "For the wages osirt.fs. deofn'; but the gill' of Godla tiernafIie '

&verI7Etherton! Installing reorder. Angela] Adams, Historian; Debbie third consecutive term as trea 'through' Jesus Christ/ our Lord." Romans 6i23
Kemp, Reporter and Thadene Wynn surer of the association. Church
arrangement of garnet Choir Director. Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty spent the Community Presbyterian
A large pafc pink gladioli was Following the Installation cere- weekend In Sarasota as the guest 407 Boyal Palm Avenue
and HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
nags color scheme of tuna mony, Mr and Mrs. Rackstraw, of friends. '
with a B:43 AM. Bible School .
Zl white decorating the assisted by Mrs. J. J. Geiger and Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. R. 11:00: A.M. Worship '.'<
Sr room and the hall when Mrs. L. E. LM served cake punch, G. Berner were visitors in Fort Sermon Subject: i
refreshments were served. mints and nuts In the social hail Lauderdale] Monday. "Behold! What Lovel"'i
we j Mr. and Mrs. John Gunn have
Rainbow Girls sang "Over the moved to West :Palm Beach. '0 ,
toboto* retiring advisor
her gavel to the Incoming BPW CLUB PICNICS Mrs. E. E. Kelly arrived from
pfd advIsOr. In honor of the birthday AT WAYSIDE PARK Waynesvllle, N. C. this week to
Mother Advisor Mrs. supervise moving household turnishings
j their Members of the from her home on East
Dickey she was presentedBehlna Gewiston flueIncas
!Helen the Bow" and given a and Professional Women's Osceola Avenue to the residence of
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remembranc! from the Club held a picnic at the Wayside Mrs. Agnes Thomas, 230 East Cress
bir1hdaY Girl,. Park last week a. the first evening cent Drive which she and :Mr.
RalnbaW I Kelly have leased for a year. [ [
meeting! after the NEW HEADQUARTERS
bars and awards were pre- summer
of Balnbew Girls with
Color )chedule.I DIANE KACKSTRAW. new Worthy Advisor Guests of :Mr. and Mrs Steve .
oiled by Mrs. Dickey to the mem- ether elected officials. at recent IntUllatlon ceremony. Left U rights Johnson at the Foy Durrence home
bert earning them. I Hostesses were Mrs. Evelyn Susanne Peen Sally OUphant Diane Kaekstraw Linda Cartto and last weekend were Miss Donna
I installed with the new worthy ad- Nash Mrs. Mildred Yates, Mrs. Becky Spires
Clark and N. A. Elliott of Winter
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Linda Carlton. Worthy Mary Burnett and c.
visor were Mrs. Beryl
Haven. Guests for the day Saturday
advisor Sally Ollphant Bowden.. Artcraft
tsoclate ; UpholsterIs
were Lynn Gerald, Jr. of Fort
1--..= --"'- .A!.' I Myers and Jackie Grainger of 1m-

mokalee.Mr.. and. Mr. Joe Cato and Mis Now Located At

f LOIS' BEAUTY SHOP I r>> LOCALSis 1 Alabama Sally relatives Schick and and visited friends South last Carolina.in week Georgia with At, 812 Avenida Ave. i I

Parris Island S.C. they attended ,
_now_.. under the MunnfrennATif---O "V n v., graduation of Marine Recruit Paul Stop in today for free estimates on quality upholstery
and refinishing for autos and furniture. I
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewis are on vacation and art making a tripto cato at toe Marina Training case. I
visiting their parents Mr. and New York. Young Cato was one of 7 in a
Mrs. R. D. Sapplngton In Clewis- Mrs. Wayne Hodges and children group of 75 who were made PFCa w I
ton and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lewis Donna Gail and Linda Cay upon graduation.
In Lake Placid during his leave of Selma] Ala., spent the summer I
Velma Cox from the U. S. Navy He reports with her parents Mr. and Mr.. O.
October 6th for sea duty and Mrs.Lewis A. Anderson.Mrs. Boys Class Enjoys NOTICE. '
who was formerly associated with Charles well remain In dewlaton T C. Yon returned Saturday I
with her parents! while he Is away from a week's'visit with her Daylong OutingOne fl ..
Hair styling Manicures Oscar Barton has returned to parents! Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Armstrong of the Boys Sunday SchoolCla..e. Watch for the Opening .
Palatka here he has been employed "
In Dothan Ala. Methodist J '
by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail of the First : .. :
Hair
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Specializing Tinting road. Friends of Mrs. George Coleman Church enjoyed an all-day outing of .' I 1Ir.;, '
regret to learn of the unexpecteddeath at Flsheatlng Creek near Palmdale] (
Mrs Richard M. Gilbert of Mar of her father J. A. Tyler of Saturday. "S: t.. : '
tlcello arrived Monday for a visit Texas, who : ,
Marshall passed Accompanied by their teacher ,
with her daughter Mrs. Charles away In his sleep last Friday nightat ROil LaByer, the boys were Bobby MYRTIS WHIDDON'SBEAUTY :
K. Bowden, and children. the age of 84. Mrs. Colemanleft Kelly, David Flsk. Jimmy Vann, ,.1:1:
Operators Velma Cox, Margie Lefils & Alta Simms Miss Shirley Layer accompanied by plane Saturday to attend the Jack Carting, David Miller Brent "
by her father Ross LaByer, funeral. Wood and Freddie LaByer. .1
Will be happy to serve Yon i! will leave Sunday for Forsythe, :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beauchampand Enjoying a picnic lunch along SALON
Ga., to enter Tilt College for her daughter Marie, of Tampa, the way the boys went to Sand
Open Friday nights by Appointment. Freshman year. I win arrive tomorrow for a short Lake, toured Tom Gaskln's Cypress "
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilier areA visit with her dater- Mrs. Thomas Kneeland, and visited other Soon! : I '
I B. Owens, and fur spots In the Wildlife Refuge where I
Mr and Mrs. W. C. Wright returned they enjoyed seeing a variety of .. : ; II

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Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fla. the afternoons on the field: near Gasoline tax also was up for the Aecting Ju1r; sales,
Hendry Agriculture Thursday September 19, 1963 Sign Up Time. the elementary school month. Green reports that\ $29,095-I increase over the -b1ch&bot.
LJ Parents are reminded that .Insurance 92 was reported in August 1963, re.I same month In 1962 126.29l,8, $III
1 j Topic of TV Program for a charge of $2.00 will
For Flag FootballThe be available en request; this will --
i The agricultural picture of Hen-
give for regardless September
coverage a year Special
to viewers
1. dry county was painted
of the number of sponsored
flag football season of the
of Fort Myers' WINK-TV las
activities the child in. 50 I 10 Cranbrook
Thursday when County Agent dewiiton Recreation Department engages x Mobile Home
I Frank Polhill appeared In a ISo will get underway with registration 2-Bed Fully Furnished
' -c \ minute Interview with Vernon Saturday Sept 21 at 11 a.m. at the Sales Tax Shows
i i I Lundqulst station manager Youth Center. All boys who are
1 Only 3850.00
Supplying the answers to Lun< ,I between the ages of 7 and 12 are Good July BusinessHendry
I quist's questions, Folhill pointed urged to sign up for flag football. county reported $22,241. Price includes set-up & delivery
; out the rapid advance being mad Boys who are 13 on or before will 73 in sales tax for July: 1963 retail also other 2 & 3 bedroom models
I In this county and said the coun rI not be eligible to participate in the sates, according to report issued You Buy For Less At
j ty's agricultural picture contlnu program. this week: by Comptroller Ray
I to improve In relation, to other 'asaw There win be two leagues of Green. This is an increase over CLEWISTON TRAILER
I counties. I r Flag Football; the Midget League $18.26607 for the same month of SALES Inc
The basis of the wealth of any for 7. t and 9 year olds and the 1962. and is an Increase over the u.s. 27 ,
I county is its agriculture as well Junior league for 10, 11 and 12 report of June sales, which return- YU 2-2661
as its tourism Industry etc.," !he Tear olds Games will be played in ed $19,888.99 to the state this year.
said. Some people tend to forget ---
the agricultural values because --
I 'ate .
., they are often less publicized.
: However agriculture doesn't "}ut Keep your meney-ly fighting friction an the way?Ite?
I happen". If a county is to progress your engine you should meet RPM Motor Oils,,the deposit fret

agriculturally speaking, It BAT DAY AT CLEWlSTON HIGH was observed last Thursday, with oils with the amazing new detergent ingredient
must plan for it withRPM
Polhill discussed the changing the upper classmen enjoying the fruits ef their labors In previous yean ,running can that tlathei, engine wear Choose RPM Supreme,
ef studying. Caught between classes obeying their masters and
picture of the large tract of Hen- RPM Special or RPM Custom Three Great high
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kneeling are, left to right Kay Owens. David Taylor and Wanda Wise- ,
dry county lands. Citrus and su, MOTOR OILS oils that
I, arcane have vastly expanded :in men while being held .m place by Cheryl Waters, Brenda Rich and detergent keep engine parts so clean,to
plantings during the past twelve Cherry McDonald.-STAFF PHOTO. friction-free,you con save up to gallon of gasoline
months, be ..aid.I Like an engine that runs tweet and clean One in every 8 you buy..Get RPM Motor Oil' bv?"rt

LaBelle, as the county seat II that makes-the moet of your gasoline and oil- STAN DARDOILCOMPANYKBNTUCKYI( )j
somewhat like a "diamond in the
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rough", which is beginning to polish for Rent
itself. Always a beautiful setting Pumps ,
residents have awakened their opportunities, new peoplehave
moved la. and the resulting Diesel & Gasoline Engines For Sale or Rent n Y, v q
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Improvements are transforming .' ,)"R1Y P NyA /. A sip.#, ? MWd.Mr,, ,A'mhr HEA
LaBelle. Centrifugal Pumps 2 to 4-inch Size

Very Reasonably Priced Rent or Sale

I Rev. Farley Snell With or Without Engines :

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Methodist SpeakerThe Also Rent 24-to-36-inch Stationary Propeller Pumps

First Methodist Church will All Above Equipment Availableon
have as the guest minister next
Sunday, September 22, the Rev. LeasePurchaseL
Farley Snell. Mr. Snell is the popular -

I sent young for the preacher"New Life"who was Preaching pre. & F Engineering & Pump Co.

Mission conducted at the local
church during February. At that Moore Haven Fla. Ph.WII 6-2017

time, he also was well receivedby
the student body of the High
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School when asked to speak for : : ( "
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i' an assembly: program. ,, /J.p;;, '.
Mr. Snell now is Director of the ;;f4t} ,.1, .
r Wesley Foundation student program ATTENTION! f .
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,. 1 ,. at the University of Miami. He is ; : :+ .
i a graduate of Florida Southern
e,, JIi College, Emory University School Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK ,
r: of Theology and has done grad A .
uate work toward Ph.D. at Union TO THE FUTURE AND
I .,.' Theological Seminary in New
\ York. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING ,

y ., His sermon topic will be:
,/ "Needed: A SoU Test".
A Law Cost Farm Morisag.ll
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
i t.: !: Everglades Film Will Parish cash TeRefinance
debts. *.
Finance farm Improvements new buildings purchase
To Be Shown' wind machines and Instill Irrigation
I .... S Assist la purchase of a farm grove or ranch.
For Its first meeting of the 1963-I Purchase more land dI
4
I!'i'' j; '64 season the Lake Okeechobee Provide capital) fund' for. the farm eD rprta.. .
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Audubon Society members will see ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN a
t a new film entitled '"Highlights of HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES .
!lj t t the Everglades,'* This Is a film recently 1. Lower.payments.
; j produced through the efforts 2. Longer terms (Cap to SI years). An S r
of the Everglades Natural 1. Dependable 1917). service (serving agriculture exclusivelysince : ,

( 41 History Association, and the local: 4. Pall prepayment privileges without penalty.
t I "4 group feel fortunate to view it sol 5. Loan service by local people familiar with local agriculture.
soon after production. STANDARD
The meeting will be held at the If we can- be of service to yon please write er. phone
Social Hall of the First Methodist W. R. MAY Mir. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT Asst Mgr.
Church, Thursday night, Sept. 26 IL
." will at 8 preside o'clock. Mrs. Wm. C. Owen Federal Land Bank Associationof

All interested persons are invited
r to view this film. Bradenton
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) rt Spratt Will Tell J. F. HOWELL, Agent Clewiston I

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f! The Business and Professional
,: : Women dub will hold an open
<. luncheon meeting at the Inn next
& i j.iI Tuesday when J. R. Spratt, who
f" ,. recently made a tour of the Soviet and
'.. Union with a party of Florida Largest Longest Aluminum Culvert
I I r'' agriculturists, will speak of his
"r. experiences on the trip.
I 4 Lunch will be served at 12:03,
I ; V ,/ and any persons interested in
r I ," hearing Mr. Spratt should make a
I their reservations: by phasing YU
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Oewbton Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page SeveaHarlem
Hendry County 'Thursday, September 19, 1993 _

r ICIASSIFIID' Traffic Report '

Traffic accident report tor Hen- News
dry county during the months of

PHONE YUkon 3-1201 FREE CAR to be given away by| FOR RENT Trailers and Trail\> January through May ('the moat ,

CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cents Chuck' Wells Motor Company er spaces Royal Palm Trailer I recent date ct the compilation, at I'
1)_ f per word per insertion. 70 cents I -watch for details in the NEWS. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tfo the State Department of Public Events and News Of Our Colored Community
J. minimum charge; four Insertions tic Mrs. Leon L. Snell Safety how one person killed and
;: for the price of three. I 82 Injured on the highways.) MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor

BLUM &: SONS PLASTERING FOR RENT Furnished apartment A total of 113 accidents were Phone YU78:11: :

) Very Best Work Call YU 26881. tf ol reported during the five month BIRTHDAY PARTY
We Save You Money ,I 30 of them were within Hold
ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU period; Academy To Mrs. Mamie Willis was honored

I01.LA TEX m scen he us"for S e Pestering Stucco -Simulated Free Estimate Stone 24881. tic I{and city 83 limits were of In Clewiston rural areas.or LaBelle with a party Friends on her called birthday and: a shared few

INnlloa| IATIX Licensed and Insured I days ago.
I this
r Total for the state during
....tlfl.. veil*, 25 Years In Business period was 589 persons killed and Open House the honors in an evening of fun

..Wl....,:", i is imLe 3850 Lora Street uianted I 30,349 injured.CookOut and games.
h., eel FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet Im- Fort Myers. Fla. tIc mISCP.n neou persons The public to cordially InCited On the menu was ham and rita

w.," '-Po pala. Six cylinders, new tires I ED /-0171 or OX: 4-2874 I to view the new and crackers cheese hors 'doeuvret
$ Small down payment, balance all Carlos Velazquez Heralds modem Science Department crackers, pimiento cheese, hors

GAL ready financed. CaU YU 2-3421. tic MALE OR FEMALE for parttimeor New 4-H Season and Home Economic Depart- d'ocuvres, shrimp alacarte, cake
FOREIGN WOMAN will take care I, meat Monday night, Sept. 23 and punch. The honoree received
MARSH BUGGY FOR SALE of children In home. Speaks full-time work in paint store A Cookout at the 4-H Pasture at 8:00
:
: perfeet I'I p.m. many useful and beautiful gifts.
1
in at Double A Roof-
Buy one get one Oldsmobile motor, dual 12:50: English. Can be recommended. Apply person Saturday afternoon heralded the We hope very mach that all Guests departed wishing her many
806 E. Sugarland Itc
tires Contact Fry Hardware tic Call YU 26634. sept27p log Hwy. tart of a new club year'! of you will be able to come. more happy birthdays.

I Mrs Anna Mae JonesWANTEDHOUSEKEEPER I County Agent Frank Polhin We feel sure yea will have the
FREE g? FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, Kentucky Home : Care and several parents and volunteer mot enjoyable Bight, for everything CHURCH NEWS
printed wtlh form for social security leaders of 4-H Club work were on will be entertaining, Friendship Baptist
Mutual for children live in home. Contact
Life Ins.
withholding and other de hand to barbecued ribs
prepare and Rev. 0. D. Winianu. pastor
J. R. Varnum, 605 E. Trinidad helpful practical. Be-
at your ductions. Box of 500. dewlston ONE OF THE SOUNDEST IN after 5 octtp and other food, which was enjoyed fresbmente will be served. I A financial program for the No.
News Office. THE COUNTRYI! p.m. by members and their parents.
2 Choir of the church was conducted
C. C. M. WIesenfield. AT YOUR SERVICE- I The Clubs will reorganize and
Man STORE I POSITION WANTED: Salesman: at the church, the past Sunday
FOR SALE: 14-ft. chest type deep: Sybil Cecil Have Florida Real Estate Certificate start regular meetings in October. afteronn. The devotion was con

feeze and frigidaire automatic, 342 w. Sagamore Ave. prefer part time. Write Box ducted by: Deacon A. A Beckton
AI Fuller's washer one year old. YU 2-67921tc octlOp 254. Clewiston. sept 19p Game Board MeetsIn special music for the occasion was
PY''r' given by the No. I Choir and the
BARGAIN-BOAT FOR SALE: 14- SINGER SEWING MACHINE WANTED: Small used desk. Call Miami TomorrowA f af'Y Junior Choir of Rltta. Guest speakers
ft. Carter Craft, 24 hp Evlnrude representative will be at Old- YU 2-3751. Ito regular business meeting of of the evening was Dennis Bed-
Country Store motor, trailer See J. W. Beardtley dens Furniture Store each Friday. Mrs. G. E. Etherton the Game and Fresh Water Fish dick local mortician. He spoke
426 N. Atlantic sepU9c For parts, sales, service stop In Commission will be held In the from a subject "A Forward Look

Clewiston! Phone YU 2-3281 or caU YU 24721. tic WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to call'Casablanca Hotel, Miami Beach, With an Open Mind." A Urge attendance
FOR SALE: Jacobsen !4" Reel regularly each month on established beginning at 9.00: A.M.. Friday, enjoyed the program.
type riding mower with fibre SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cut Studio Girl Cosmetics clients September 20, according to A. D.

glass grass catcher. One 21" television tom made. Complete line of' In and around Clewiston making(Aldrich, director. New Bethel AME

LaByer's Motel. YU 2-2891 Free drapery estimates.and slip Call cover YU fabrics.2-5831. necessary deliveries, etc. lor'I The meeting site Is located on Rev. L. Holm... Pastor
hours per day. Route will the Ocean at 83rd Street, Miami
pay up
tic Van Cothern's Custom Sunday school 9.30: a.m.
Real Estate Furniture to $300 per hour. Write STUDIO Beach. Interested sportsmen and
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lawn and Upholstery tie Morning Worship 10:55: a.m.
FOR SALE mower.
1 : GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. 75939,!general public are invited to attend Evening Worship __ 7:00:
Exclusive Listings Runs good $50. Can YU 2-3421 F. M. Rodriguez Glendale, Calla sept 26o I the meeting Bible Reading Tuesday Evening p.m.

Office open 9 AJ&-4 P.M. Daily tic Choir Rehearsals -,,._ Wednesdayand
CHECK YOU TIKES
md Sunday. NEW SUPPLY OF SCRATCH- : ; Thursday nights.

For Sale PADS are ready. News office. FlR( 'R eNI REAL S.T s J.E Planning. Fair to go next to yeart the New Before YorkWorlcS' Visitors always welcome.

Trade equity in $13,000 home In FOR SALE Farrakeets 2.00 you leave, Peninsula Motor Club MEN'S DAY AT NEW
Fort Lauderdale for Clewiston up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds (AAA) advises, be sure the tread BETHEL AME

property Improved or unim monkeys, cages supplies FOR SALE: George's HoteL 20.on :your tires U good. Governor WILLIAM HILL COMMANDER Sunday, September 22 has been
proved. Pet boarding. Thompson Wild APARTMENT FOR RENT October rooms furnished. A bargain. YU Rockefeller: recently signed SB POST 218 AMERICAN LEGION selected as Men's Day and the
250' Hiway 27 frontage Inside Animal Farm. Phone YUkon: lit. 408 E. Ventura. Itc :21951. Box 1253, Clewiston, Floe: 12750 making it unlawful for motorists William Hill a native of Bainbridge of the church will be In men of
city limits of Oewiston. May be 1238. tic ida. |jamb to drive cars with worn Ga., but has resided in the services charge
purchased whole or part.S FOR RENT House Trailers. One Carl Hornsby tires. The N.Y. Department of Motor I dewlston for many years. He is throughout the day.
ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS and Two Bedroom. Also trailer I General chairman will be Elbert
acres of cane, within'W mile Vehicles will determine the a veteran of World War II, a mem-
Guaranteed. $19.93 <.<.11' Clewiston Trailer DEMAND GREATER THAN Allen co-chairman, George Tobias I
down. $1 spaces. Park ,
(of Lake and VS. 27. amount of tread that will be ac bet of Co. D 98th Engineers Rept,
per month. LAKE APPLIANCE US 27. YU 2-2661 tic EVER for houses, acreage bust- located Superintendent of Sunday School,
ceptable. in the
Theatre
TrailersReduced CO., YU 27151. tic David F. Tomllnson nesses. We have customers wait European H. L. McKire. chairman of finance !
of Operation and has
been
In List with a mem. ,
your property us. Rogers Wilhite, co-chairman
I
for quick sale Peerless>> AIRBOAT FOR SALE: (5 hp Con FOR RENT Furnished cabins and J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-7501. ber of the local Post since its organization Dan Lumpkln chairman of music
Bail Bonds
10' x 50' Trailer and four land- tinental. Contact Fry Hardware tic hailers Johnson Fishing Camp tic In 1949. John N. Hill cochairman, L. Russell
leaped lots. $8,500. Financing YU 21181. tic Hill is a member of the New ; la charge of decoration, Warren

arranged.1958 56' 10 wide 2. bedroom FOR RENT OR SALE: New duplex REAL ESTATE I 24 Hour Service worker Bethel ,AME as well church as a, faithful a community mem- Corbett, Leroy Williams and

Small down,.assume payments. Business&rticesRADIO 2 &: 3 bedroom. Air conditioned. S42 W. O'BISPO Unfinished: steel ber of the PostCommander Mr. Sanford
4 City lots, paved street, fenced. 1 Carport. One block: west of hot masonry house Will sell as to McDonald Bookkeeping and Hill has pledged himself Ushers for the day are Jelks.
pital.! Can collect Kennedy Con- or complete to buyers speclflca Williams and Corbett. Guest speaker -
well and
pump, septic tank and Tax Service to aid in the growth of the
tructlon Co., Inc. Lake tlons. Exclusive. for the morning Rev. G. D.
I Park
patio for House Trailer. 10' Post. His Mrs.
x: wife B. HOI, is a
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame Rogers, local
55' Trailer included. Total price Florida. 844-6351. tic member of mortician; Guest
&: TV SERVICE. Carlthers 10000. John W. McDonaldImmokalee the Auxiliary Unit 218, speaker for the evening Sylvester
HOOD and take
over Trailer and works
Radio &: TV Sales with service. FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished NORTHSIDE > bedroom frame sincerely to aid him In Humphry, member of Harlem Aca-
payments. Terms to right party. NlckeU Bu11d1nI.-JOLBoIId..Street, apartment, Pbene-A-CTLr- $9.000JjHJl ...'. Fla. all of his programs. The Post Is dmy faculty
10x50. 1983 ,
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slightly Tiled tr&flor
Clewiston, Fla. Phone YU 2-6<<1. tic ACREAGE as available.! proud 16 have Commander Hit We are expecting to see and
$600, :you
Down Take over Phone OL 4-3672 for it's
ments. pay YOUR PHILCO DEALER tfcWALDRON'S Mrs. Luis DeArmas ,! 3 ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 leader all your friends In our audience

--.. bath frame home. Hardwood Sunday. -Rev. Leroy Holmes, pas

Exchange Sale uasaaaaaata0saaallaanl.ilrai....................., floors. l SPECIAL NOTICE tor.
or 325 FHA HOMES In Broward Palm !j''y" Mt'f Band Parent's Club meeting will

Travel Trader aa Beach and Dade counties, various be held Thursday night Sept 19. HOSPITAL NEWS
19 ft Self Contained (may be sizes and prices. Small cash All members are asked to be present Colored patients admitted
parked anywhere) Shasta Travel i payment and all
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I presons Interested In Bennie Jones, Jr.. Thelma
sleeps Trailer.four,Brand has gas New.appliances.Trailer FOR houses RENT as available.- Efficiencies and ; NEW BABY BWGHTENS the band's welcome.achievements are always er, Bobble Alexander Byron Douglas Zeig-. I

The\ new price is over 3000. ; Over 1,000 vacant lots to select THE HOME--- Clarence Williams, Sarah Day. !
00. Owner will trade for prop- from ESPECIM-LY' KOP .T 3AM! II, Lola Williams Courtney Barrow .
for
an Various
-- -- -- purposes. The PTA
arty, improved or unimproved >JLBi US svzeBOTTLED will hold It's first meetIng and Oliver Redd. I
or 1 GAS prices. Terms. I Monday night Sept. 23. All Colored .
may be purchased for cash. EVINRUDESales INVESTMENT AND INCOME 1 par- patoltns remaining
A real bargain. Call for details. PROPERTY casts are asked to please be prcs- Thelma Zelgler, Oliver Redd,
:AppliancesSalesService nt There will be important business Frances
Lambert
$360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Clarence WU-
Income and ServiceNew transacted.. -Mrs. Annie Mitchell
CBS construction, $25,000. llama Arnold Thomas Steadley
Location for 7.11 In Pa- LONG TERM president Campbell, Courtney
store and Used Motors low Interest, farm Barrow. Byron :
hokee. cane grove and ranch mortgages Douglas, Sarah Davis, Lois
filling Station site In Belle Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION minimum $50,000. RECREATION Williams and Bobble Alexander
Parts and Accessories LISTINGS NEEDED Children of all age groups, are I

Glade.COP.. license Bar and Marino Safety Equipment J. M. LANKFOBDReg. enjoying games and wholesome TO HOST MAJORETTES

Lounge, doing excellent bush Phone YOkon 2-UH Real Estate Broker creation at the recreational center Harlem Academy win be host to !
neat Flagler Beach, Fla.: CALL COLLECT 230 East Sugarland Highway: i each weekday night This type of all Majorettes of District V. This
excellent block of rental R. E. WALDRON entertainment is under the
colored Auto
South Bay WY 06321BENDKT Fire and General supervision affair Is called a twirling clinic
of Sylvester .
iwperrj. Insurance Humphry dlr-
which is set for September 28, 1983.
Ave small Clewiston, Fla. Ph. YU :2-2181 1 odor.
apartments reduced COUNTY Many girls will take part in this
** quick sale. Furnished andS Title & Abstract Co. Robert M. Glddens PERSONAL clinic and win find: It very help
financed, Drive Slow and Live MENTION ful In handling the baton.
MEATp( AND GROCERIESOpen Title Abstract*-Title Iowans Roy Bobo and Nathaniel Black
acres on U.S. 27. 190' frontage Glades American The purpose of this clinic It to
Public Stenographer& Co. og
Roofing Legion
Post
to 1 8 p.m. 218, attended -
with busmen 7 a.m. p.m. give girls the fundamentals of
and excellent]] Weeko photocopying DBplleatlng the National
AH Type of Beef and Convention
icing quarters This is a clean Six Days a Sedge St. and Park Are.UBeue Sheet Metal Work that was held in Miami handling the baton. There will also
Beach
Presentable }la. P. O. Bex $41 last be experienced twirlers to assist the
for the TUESDAY)
opportunity CLOSED EVERY New Ceaetnettoa week. Their
( n trip was both
Informative
.. .
0. Mt81Call
*nons looking for quality and Repair Job and entertaining. girls. The clinic will start during

mane of Jioraest Picnics! For prompt, Efficient The the morning and run through the
For Your Sir Pnone"r 111 i many friends of Mrs. her afternoon.
The bend
parent will
ris IS.
Adams
Bahama' Property Four Miles East of Clewiston Home delivery Day or Evening to hear of her illness regret and very much be on hand to welcome our guests.
Information" send
regarding Blmmini or THE MLUII IIEULD "Get Mrs. Janle S. Gajadha president
P. O. lid IMSFLA. Well Wishes," .
cr*!other Bahamian property; if Ban Beach LEwIs'roN. .__ eel better soon.hoping that aha win Freddie Jones band director. A. A. I'
+ked.
night to Bimminl once Bobby Giddens Thomas principal.
each week from West Palm -
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JULIA'SBEAUTY i

Island Property Attention CattlemenNow 1 ( ) { } K -, NOOKFor Harlem Club i

Exclusive Gulf front at '200. Your Favorite Mixed: Drink '
That
eonsottoate New Look
per front foot to the time to Ideal' Business Location Tilting Cocktails
Styling
Resort> motel and dress shop. roar debts wMh rut term with farm 75 ft. by 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley No Appointment r Cutting. Fried Chicken Sandwiches I I

dos Attractive terms Flight inspec- .lea*. low 5n rates Across from Thrifty Drag, Parkinson and Bank Mre Friday and Saturday Recorded Music Popular Band I
Jolla
of Sales I
Sanlbel weekly.Acreage. Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Win Wallace.
Federal Land Bank Good Terms Proprietor u ''j

See er Write Tomato and Watermelon GrowersGood I

Plaque 1200 acres of highly Improved W. L MAY acreage close in will fence Hilton' GroceryGroceries I II

+ land. 580 acres in PIDolDdeo.talB.rmuda 68< Waleali BntUhtfBradeatoa / Free rent ./110'11 dear I LAWN 8C&VICB I I I
Box
Efficient and Friendly i
IraueL Fresh Meats ; I ,
Balance Florida
and ,
chopped VegetablesCold We want Your
qty Planted I [ In has Peniacola wells cattle P"1,, DADE-MONROE REALTY Drinks Essential Items We aim to satisfy Business I
pens
:saVilla to new fenced wire.and New cross fenced Tampa Tribune 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 32941I W.. Appreciate and Mrs Your Thnratea PatronageMr. TOtea Allen' Lawn Service _

ant' road ffl front prop Proprietor* YCkon 2-4248 ,
,
on
e'4'. This One OkeechobM and. Elbert Anesi Jr., Prevrtetor 1 I .f
:lsnnb Pasture land be
can
wnglatdmra f 150. acre, Ft. Myers .. ,

nr.. and once In tell News Press s Off. 844-1355 I 'I

CaDDenmead W.aCAMPKELL Home Delivery' 8s.. VI 8-2H2 ELITE GROCERY

Fbone 23781HATHCOCK'S
**c5 Groceries Fresh Meats
4 Real Estate Broker School Supplies

at TOM 1 Thurmond W. Knight, t
*. enewtag Associate Cold Drinks Clewiston News II:

f ANITA AUTO 8AL1ms a JDVJCIIJUl 1 "Accredited Farm k Land Broker" 4
JOHNSON Other
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i I Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. Ha. I School Board Meeting' ricia.a Pel'l'.), Cewlaton
:\, I J I,( I Thursday, September 19, 1963 Wider door openings in .,.I (Continued from ri /One) ton Hirh Martin lIo'trts Su'! ,
placed under that status effective Can" hers
Trucks
Denslow Improved 1964 Chevrolet as of the beginning of the current Mr. Katherine W. contra!!
I Rev. David A. New school term.Appointment. Kimbrel and Mrs. Pi
AiJce

I j( Methodist. : Factor: Knight to.- Tavares. -. -- nual contract ef of'Jectlve teachers as on of the an-I was win noted serve that II IIlbstiIuIe Mrs py5 ZoJIer
:
of the school term. without lea'
beginning were contract
LAKEI.ANDMethodist Bishop fort from Tavares to the pastorateof berallle
J bliss Anne E. Webber, and Mrs ttrement benefits Ww 48
James W. Henley today announced: Central Methodist Church in
: Mary Jean Tompkins, LaBelle, to suspension shouldZvtt;
I
the transfer of the Rev. Richard Fort Myers
t I Mrs Barbara Bund/ and Mrs. Pat-' under contract Me"fc
I O. Knight from Clewiston to Tav- lie succeeds Robert Knight, who 4 oNx
ares; the Rev David A. Denslowto recently left the ministry to accepta ,
Clewiston, rand the Rev. Alfred position with the state. +a ws ----
j I W. Busies, Jr, from Spring Lain These additional pastoral changes -
to Williston, the Rev. Edwin Mont- stemming from the transfer of ill's
Package Store
I -

.w (Formerly Seminole Package Store,
I Bond Street)

Has Moved to

-- 336 West Sugarland

., Highway
> **tiHft a.tsrwaiitM taiHrmnfnnmmm.mminmInsulation '
New forward slanting windshield pillar provides for quieter, more weatherproof cab. A complete stock of Imported and Domestic Li
roomier door opening for easier entry and exit Conrair OS engines have been Increased to 91 Wine and Beer *1IO'
In 1964 Chevrolet trucks with regular cabs.Other horsepower from 80. The new 1964 Chevrolet
features Include longer lived !lamp and exhaust truck I;ne also Incorporates all the major chassis,
systems, lower transmission I'amp H mo't pickup engine, and body advances made under a Open Daily 10.00: am. to 8:00: pm.
models, more positive door latches,and improved ave-yesr program which began with 1930: models. Sunday 8:00: a.m. to 12 Noon
I a I Ia
I Drive-In Window for Your Convenienttewistonjs
the Rev Mr. Montfort were also
l a eI announced by Bishop Henley following -
a meeting here with his cabinet -
of district superintendents.
e The Rev. Spencer D. McQueen MOVEDBill's
I 1 0 of( West Palm Beach, a member of i
the California-Nevada Conferencewho
has just completed 12 years '
"-
as an Air Force chaplain, has been Only
appointed Interim pastor of the
Spring Lake Church. I Body Shop

; Bishop Henley also announcedthe Complete
transfer of the Rev Gerald D.
( Haley, associate pastor of First 710 E. Sugarland Hwy.
If'p Methodist Church, Coral Gables,
since 1958, to Jackson, Tenn, as Paint Store
Ii Iii p \ associate pastor of First Church. In rear of Hathcock Motors

He also said he had also approved
i: the reqquest of the Rev. Frederick Auto Body Work, Trimming and PaintingStop
W, Schuster, Jr a seminary.
,>" tudent, to enter educational work in today for an Estimate
I In Maine. He served last year as Complete Line of
associate pastor of Calvary. Church
Lake, Worth.

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Juvenile CourtCounselor r---------- ,

Below Cost Special
Hours I (II rI

I Dr. J. W. Wright, Juvenile Court I Two Giant Tubes of I II Paint, Caulking, Metal Primer
Counselor, has announced new and
Kolynos Tooth Paste
longer hours In Clewiston on Tues- I II |
'; l'i days and Thursday. He will be Inthe plus Pool Coating Adhesives Flooi
,
la sheriff office In the Hendry; ,
I' i ; County' sub-office building (locatedat I "; Nurse Brand Tooth Brush ,

I If"t the Thursday Fair Grounds from)1pm.each Tuesdayand until 9p.m. I i Reg. $1.38 value Coatings, Protective Coatings and Ma

He will ,also make appoint .
ments on those days from 11:30: a.m. I Only 890 II i rine PaintA
f"t until noon. The phone number is
fU 24481. I j Limit one with this coupon | .

I 9I,1. t1: Dr. Wright It extending these Offer good Sept. 19, 20 and 21
I',' I hours to make it possible for workIng l .. .J
people to be served by the Juvenile technical engineer will be in our
Pad t. Court without taking time Thrifty Luncheon Special .
;A r'J ..._....__ off view.from their Jobs for each inter- store Saturday morning from 10
Veal Steak with Brown Gravy

q /f Ak a.m. until closing to answer any
mashed potatoes, fresh turnip greens
Just received
k large shipment hot dinner rolls and butter paint problem question you may



Annual S8t' 2for or f 98 I I have.


\ Have your work performed by Licensed Contractor

Plants where the workmanship and materials are gnaw

Thrifty Working Nan's Breakfast. teed.

Notre is the time to plant One egg, grits, toast and coffee . 341


Petunias Double, ruffled or Double A Roofing

11 singles Thrifty Fountain Special. I

I Salvia Chocolate Sundae ". . . only 291
I! Fireball red or pur- pI and Paint Co.
+ ;
I / j pie I

1 1I 1I 1I 1 tt4UNW.Juu ,- ::: I l VerbenaCarnations I Thrifty Drug II 806 Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3-113

I ANVVCYiW mnyM U+w.'P.vMiOWWAAMIF./: AWi I
Red. pink or white
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Double mixed
: { Material
,y ,.". Building

1 t.1 A new '64 Chevrolet Is a lot more truck than your Tomatoes "

I i'': money bought the last time.Bodies, cabs, engines Peppers .
L
I" :frames, suspensions have been improved to Egg Plant Ld4: FOR LARGE OR SMALL

1" I 'j+ r : :give you more value for practically the same .
LettuceStrawberry RADIO
i: ":.1 I-I V: "., i:Investment"1 Let,us bring one over to show'you CONCRETE,JOBS, OUR

: j i \I i r'. .j why Chevrolets the truck to put your money on.' plants CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL

f, i :1 Onion Sets QUIcKLY
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: DELIVER YOUR NEEDS
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1 'J'I Flower and Vegetable
1 QUALITY TltUCKS: COST US

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MOTOR CO. INC. .
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,' Fight THE CLEWISTON NEW 1 Qewlston, Ha School Board Meeting ride Perry. ClewiatoR
and 311 t
Thursday, September 19, 1963 (Continued from pace One) Martin &
Wider door openings in *.L ton High SchooL Su
placed under that itatau effectiveas can" teachers
Rev. David A. Denslow New Improved 1964 Chevrolet TrucksNew of the beginning of the current Mrs. Katherine Under W, PItt eonIrtet
school term.Appointment. KImbrel aDd Mr,. Aliee I
of teachers on annual was noted that Mr.. ZoDer
/ _Methodist___ Pastor: Kniaht to Tavares contract, effective ai of the i I will serve as IUbstlIute ray 11
n 'I
LAKELAND -Methodist Bishop fort from Tavares to the pastorateof beginning of the school term were without contract, becluae ber
I James W. Henley today announcedthe Central Methodist Church In Miss Anne E. Webber and Mrs? to tirement benefitl vouQ)
transfer of the Rev. Richard Fort Myers. Mary Jean Tompkins, LaBelle; suspension should the bed
I I": I o. Knight from dewiston to Taw lie succeeds Robert Knight, who Mrs Barbara Bundy and Mrs. Pat- UDder contractBill's
are.; the Rev. David A. Denslowto recently left the ministry to accepta ---
11 Clewlston'and the Rev. Alfred position with the state. --
W. Busies, Jr., from Spring Lake These additional pastoral changes ssssssssssssWiM "
1 to Wllliston, the Rev. Edwin Mont- stemming from the transfer of
Package Store


(Formerly Seminole Package Store,
Bond Street)

_
----- --- Has Moved to

,
ray .i U
-- Y 336 West Sugarland
if .r -, -_ 2! Highway
New forward slanting windshield pillar provides. Insulation t for quieter, more weatherproof cabs. A complete stock of Imported and Domestic hm,
roomier door opening for easier entry and exit Corsair 03:; engines hive been increased to 9J Wine and Deer
In 1964 Chevrolet trucks' with! regular tabs Other horsepower from SO. The new 1964 Chevrolet
i features Include longer lived !lamps: and exhaust truck t Une: also Incorporates all the major chassis,
I'i systems, lower transmission hump it moot pickup engine and body advances made under a Open Daily 10:00: a.m. to 8:00: pm.
models, more positive door latches,and improvedthe I ave-year program which began with' 1050 models Sunday 8:00: a.m. to 12 Noon
d e
9a Drive-In Window for Your ConvenienceClewisfon's
Rev. Mr. Montfort, were also
1 1I announced by Bishop Henley fol-
lowing meeting here with his cabInet (
of district superintendents.The .

I I I I'c West Rev.Palm Spencer Beach, a D.member McQueenof of MOVED

the California-Nevada Conferencewho
has just completed 12 years
as an Air Force chaplain, has been Only
appointed Interim pastor of the "Bill's
Spring Lake Church. Body Shop

Bishop Henley also announced Complete
the transfer of the Rev. Gerald D.
i Haler, associate pastor of First 710 E. Sugarland Hwy.In .
Methodist Church Coral Gables,
since 1958, to Jackson, Tenn., as Paint Store
I associate pastor of First Church rear of Hathcock Motors
I
!
He also said he had also approved
the reqquest of the Rev. Fred- Auto Body Work, Trimming and PaintingStop
erick W, Schuster, Jr. a seminary
I indent, to enter educational workIn in today for an Estimate!
I 1.1't" ,
L' I Maine. He served last :year as Complete Line of
t" associate pastor of Calvary Church
\
Lake Worth.

Zt EPOXYMasonry

Juvenile CourtCounselor r---------- ,

HoursDr. I Below Cost Special I II II

J. W Wright, Juvenile Court I Two Giant Tubes of I II Paint, Caulking, Metal Primer
Counselor, has announced new and
Tooth Paste
.,. longer hours In Clewiston on Tuesdays I Kolynos I II
:, and Thursday. He win be la plus Pool Coating Adhesives Flooi'
,
i I ra It the sheriffs office In the Hendry II ,
II n) .. Nurse Brand Tooth Brush
County sub-office building (locatedat
1 I
r the Fair Grounds) each Tuesdayand ;, Reg. $1.38 value ( Coatings Protective Coatings andMa
o Thursday from 1 p.m. until 9 I I ,
a
I i,
_7 p.m. He will also make appointments ,
on those days from 9:30: a.m. i Only 890 II II i iI rine PaintA
r until noon. The phone number is
n YU 2-4481 I Limit one with this coupon I IL JI

Dr. Wright is extending these I Offer good Sept. 19, 20 and 21
: hours to make It possible for workIng .J
r. people to be served by the Juvenile technical engineer will be in our
Court without taking time Thrifty Luncheon Special. .
off from their jobs for each Interview
Veal Steak with Brown Gravy store Saturday morning from 10

I Just received mashed potatoes, fresh turnip greens a.m until closing to answer any

large shipment hot dinner rolls and butter paint problem question you may


Annual 58 or 98 have.

:: 2 for

1 ..(' Have your work performed by Licensed Contractor

:! J: S Plants where the workmanship and materials are guar

I yJ1 '", Thrifty Working Man's Breakfast teed.

I 'f,' I Now is the time to plant One egg, grits, toast and coffee . 341


,; J.' Petunias Double ruffled or Double A Roofing

singles Thrifty Fountain Special. I
i'

I ';:'f.j! e ra r a aYxafA4ka YaTr. ,avoe.,r 44 + tl"""' Salvia Chocolate Sundae '. . . ? only 291
.
it"i '. Fireball red or pur '* and Paint Co.
i J ;: ple ;
.
I I I

I I t, ."' VerbenaCarnations Thrifty Drug 806 Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3113'II

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Red. pink or white
I I I Phlox -



j" / Calendula Of
r'- Complete Line

: r rl,I I rf-,. :rsosrr.w&,....wsc..r,n..ark+!..........__1o i).-'r..........'..... Portilaca mixed
Double
t 1., \\1' .. It.;; .,:. Building Material
Tomatoes
'j ,I A new '64 Chevrolet Is a lot more truck than your

j '" money bought the last time. Bodies,cabs, engines, Peppers .
'I I t i 1 all' have been improved to
frames, suspensions- Egg Plant
FOR LARGE OR SMALL
': ,::give you more value for practically the same .
.\ : : LettuceStrawberry RADIO
I !ij 1 ill ., )Investment Let,us bring one over to show'.you" CONCRETE.jOBS, OUR

I l '. ''why Chevrolet's the truck to put your money on. plants ,CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL

tI't' ; : Onion Sets DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUIcKLY

New Crop AND EFFICIENTLY.
Flower and Vegetable I
.;. QUALITY TRUCKS COST US*
Seeds
.

: ,'Ttlephoatyctr tiamhl ittlte d,rt i/i/typt tflraek
n CorbinFarm
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MOTOR CO. INC. ,
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Sugarland Hwy.Clewiston
Sugarland Highway Clewiston L Call YUkon 2-4411 ...- Haiti St.CIePage