The Clewiston news
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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Gels; Refin-ery

Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation an. the many people in both Palm Beach and Hen- 'Our,, company is delighted that its plans for a work will start very shortly on construction ofa

lanced, today that an 80 acre site which it has dry Counties who have been involved in dis.cussions new refinery will further cement relations with plant) and it is understood that the initial

Lder option southeast of Clewiston in Hendry with'our representatives and we look *the State of Florida, where we have done bus. building will be 204x120 air conditioned and

nty, Florida had been selected as the locaJn forward to continuing this, relationship with iness for more than forty-six years of our com- modem throughout. ,

for its new Florida Refinery plans for the establishment of our .new ,Refinery. It is ,;pany's operation Not only do we purchase a u, ,The property on which the plant will be )

fhicli were made public in August. anticipated that ground will be broken and very large volume of sugar from the Ever. located is 80 acres on the west side of the SB

1 Lawton If. Calhoun President of the Cor. construction commenced in the near future." glades area amounting to well over $45,000,000 832 at the railroad crossing; 1% miles southof

ration, stated: "We have had several sites The newFlorida, Refinery will operate on (for the 1962-63 crop season but Florida has McDuffies Corner. The legal description is
I Beach and
both Palm Hendry Counties un- a year-round basis with an anticipated initial always been one of our largest marketing areas the East half'of Northeast quarter of Section

[r intensive study for many weeks and have capacity of 100 millon pounds of refined sugara for refined sugars. We look forward eagerly to 35 Township 43 Range 34.: The owner was
the site ;.i
included that selected in Hendry year. Approximately 100 persons will be employed new relationship and have a keen aware- Mrs. Hilda Lee (widow of the late Clarence M.

Imnty more exactly meets our requirements "'tfthi8:| of the opportunity that this new venture Lee and a sister of Melvin Wilder} ), The sale

\ all essential aspects We appreciate the fine In making the original announcement of 3 ." was handled locally by J. E. Beardslcy regis-

[irit of cooperation which has been given by plans for a Florida refinery Mr. Calhoun said 1 The company's announcement indicates' tered real estate broker. '

r \

Tigers Fall Before Two Sections

Pahokee Onslaught 12 Pages The Clewiston News I

VOLUME 88 NUMBER 39 CLEWISTON TLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1083 Return Postage Guaranteed. SMI. 1491. PJC- Subscription: SUOear


Friday Night 26-6 Tigers FaceChaminade r !

; Here Welcome, Savannah Refinery! State Attorney Urges

|Qe Pahokee Blue Devils withBarold Mazzlna, Morrell, Bowden and
Peacock driving:, exploded Smltty Polhlir turned in Clewisto welcomes the Savannah Sugar Refining

Tile second and fourth quarters performances on defense sparking in the Corporation whose announcement of a nearby location fora Chamber Aid OfficersFrank
fndar sight to down a :younger r secondary, this again because 01 Friday NightThe new plant U being made today after weeks of study and

|d lighter Clewlston Tigers 204, the outstanding Pahokee line. negotiations.A; .
|!the opening game of the season Oewiston Tigers will play
t both teams in Pahokee. their first home game,of the seton sugar tefinery !Is, perhaps, the most nearly ideal industry Schaub, state attorney,' ed his sincere thanks to the directors :
|Clewiston and Pabokee both miss- Friday night at Cane Fled, which could come to our area It !is related to the 12th circuit of Bradenton urged f far I their outstanding'' assistance

I early scoring opportunities in! abut Chaminade of :Ft Lauder- most stable crop in the Everglades; ,-the one which has members of tie' Clewiston Chamber especially Lloyd 'Kelly' and
L first quarter because of turnei --i dale. Kickoff time Is scheduled: for proven the backbone of our economy for many years. of Commerce to take an active: Jack Fry President'Baker Introduced I
with dewlston's coming onnut ':00 p.m.Coach part in improving local law enforcement : the guest speaker.'
the 15 yard line.. | : Joe Bundy Is expected to The Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation has an enviable a.eDcle..nd be ,con-I Directors Named
Peacock: : Pahokee's outstanding'urterback : \' u.e basically the same starting lineup reputation as a progressive, alert and fair-minded cerned with legislative bills that Members' present ,elected Leon
: drove over for the, .I.i.J\ as la the Pahokee game with group. The executives and representatives who have had tend to limit or destroy effective j j I[I Bembry, Moye Bishop C.L. Benson ;

rst touchdown from ,the' oneyard i iM Dennis Gann RE; Johnny McGee, many contacts the Everglades; area are held in the highest law enforcement. "You folks of, Robert, Kelly W. H.. Lanler and
with the try for point after .1. RT; Donnle Yoder, RO; either esteem and have made many friends for themselvesand Clewiston and Hendry County are I Abner Vann to serve as two year

:uf ihort They added the second, :. Doug' Rudd or SmUt Polhlll. C, the company they representNo extremely fortunate in having out. 'I directors and Ross LaByer to
D Just seconds before the half k' Doug Angell, UQ Victor Allison! I standing City Police, and Sheriffs serve for ODe year, to fill the un-
.i 112-yard pass from Peacock I II LT Ronnie Olden, LE; :Mike Mas. more hearty welcome could be extended any newcomer Departments however we must, expired term of Lloyd; Kelly, who
Keith Padgett climaxing a 57-, I nine, QB; Henry Bowden, FB; Bo than that which awaits Savannah Sugar Refining strive continually to be better,"\ resignedPresident
srd drive. The PATD again failedd .,. :- .. .. Undsey" WB, and Alberto Morrell, Corporation in the Clewiston area he said. [, Baker presented Lloyd;

the halftime ended 12-0. HB. The personable attorney made his Kelly with a framed color brochure
Boa teams! exhibited good defenvi ', However, several experimental t talk'at the fifteenth annual dinner' i i of which be was chairman of the
line play in tne first half, with II changes were made in practicails of the Chamber held Tuesday night: commute for: its'preparation.

ahokees aerial attack being the week with sophomore M eMercha'fs Hear Chapman Machinery at the Inn. Prior to Schaub's talk, | Atty. Schaub opened Us talk de-

,ala difference! in yards gained. I Morrell working at Quarterback : Agency, Opens Here Father parkin F Connaly]" opened rcriblngjgmeiOf, the duties required -
to third quarter was played one and Mike Mazzlna and B Undsey; ). 1Io>If1rilL' ia-
"Chapman Machinery -
BTTLlt.omno.iutf1ng.th; actual
terms score-wise, even though ,'I alternating at wlngback. Mazzlna Special!'Age f has announced establishment of an vacation; Major"Bembry'Sxtend- prostuuiipnpf.'diset was a minor
e Blue Devils also received a little extra atten-
controlled the ball agency In Clewiston for the rental ed an official welcome to the via.lion function, handling' civil duties is
art of the lion as deep man for and
period i ckoffs. punts Emery Williams, special agent sales, service of all type of crane I from LaBelle Ft. Myers and 1 the most time consuming, he said.
Chaminade of the Florida Sheriff's Bureau, equipment. I Belle Glade, who were introducedby His office has to represent the
lost its
riAISES first ofthe
J game
Cock to Cardinal Tallahassee, presented two films The company will customize cranes John: Corbk, S. K. Swayne gave i State of Florida in all bond issues,
season Newman
'fc lie Titers Bundy In was defeat all and praise felt! I 2M, however Bundy is expectinga Monday night with regard to shoplifting to fit any need and the contractor : the annual financial report which 'deserted! families and Indigent families 1

l"llbe crowd pleasing game. and bad checks to 39 merchants -, furnishes his own operator. included a year-end balance of in desertion cases, which cut '
kid to a score couple could ef touchdowns have been Aj The fine play of the sophomoresin and businessmen of Qewls-' The company is temporarily located 11,8&9.81. J the total cost of 'welfare paid by I

W they elected to play j| COACH JOE BVNDY strikes a Pahokee's game assured the par ton Moore Haven and LaBello al at Glenn "Red" Neals on President Richard F. Baker gays I (Continued on Page Eight '
"alive football. "We made I(, stance that became familiar before tlcipatlon of most of the squad be- Sugarland Auditorium.The US 27, west of Clewlston. highlights of the year and extend- I I

"takes, but &they. were and the game was ever In Faho- for the hometown fans. program was arranged b1 I I
are to be expected: by the&. kee get that ball r stop Sheriff Earl Dyess, as an educational City' FindsMosquito I I
that block! Assistant. I I
riles. Inexperienced squad. nan program to help inform buinessmen Lad killed
He bore learned a lot and Ernie IUU, left doesn't appear LONNIE NORRIS how to limit shop lifting crossing
b toe happy, nor does assistant. Bob I
checks 01
same mistake will not beads and spot bad a flurry Problem
. Baker, holding the clip board. I
again, the. defeat has not JOINS CORBIN'S which are now in circulation.Dyess .
-Tened the. STAFF PHOTO also gave those present,
spirit of the :
Shad I or coaching staff,"' heMid. John Corbin, manager of Cor- a sign to be posted near cashiers, Street in ClewistonThe An EmergencyAnticipating
bin Farm and Ranch Supply, announces and a supply of file cards which ;
Free Theatre the addition of Lonnie Nor should be filled out by all "un
lie two final Pahokee touch- rls to the staff at the Clewlston known" persons seeking to cash : horde of mosqultoswill I

'wi came in the fourth period Ticket Continue tore. checks. Ormond Paul Olden, Jr, I, died the afternoon to spend the weekend hatch, in the shallow pools and j
1 r'a Harry Cunningham going the Norris resigned as manager of Dick Baker of Sugarland Pharmacy Instantly and his stepbrother, DavId with his father. The Rimes boys marshes which have been dry until :

Ml three'yards of a 41-yard susu The giving ef free theatre Royal's department store in dew noted that all checks be had< Leroy; Rimes, 9, was seriously are sons of Mrs. Paul Olden, Clewlston recent rains the city commlsslners I
d drive. passe .to pertons wbe find Uton, effective this week:, and began accepted with the writer filling out injured in a car-pedestrian accident and Ronald R. Rimes of were Informed Monday I
rD? Cements intercepted a their names In the. Classified work at hs! new job. the form had been good "Ninety on a Clewlston. Street Friday Naples.Mr. night that the fogging machine recently I I
'["M News wiU Corbta expressed pleasure with of night. The two boys stepped into purchased is again out of
desperation pass from the Ada ef the Clewlstoa percent those requesting check Olden is employed as deck- i
'ger end zone and raced 20 yards continue, because ef the Menee the addition of Norris to the sales cashed will agree to fill out the the path of a 63 Ford driven by master of the dredge operated by order. The eommlg/ion voted to
''f staff, and said his< experience In Elizabeth Smith Towson of West suggest an atria t//aylng' In the
Pahokee'a fInal score ,with two interest ....... Information card, the remainder R. B. Potashnlck contractor, on
'"Wis remaining the : the area where he It so well-known will make some excuse and leave Sugarland Highway, as she drove the ',US 27 highway construction: emergency, pending! adjustment of
on clock.
"" Doe Koch maaaier ef the .ill make Norris valuable man in the store," Baker said along SR 832 (Pacific: Avenue) work near Oewiston. the new machine. The mosquito
'11 ensuing klckoff provided the Dixie Crystal Theatre... that ht! new locafon.Flairs Broward Parsons, county judge, near Obispo Street intersection! I control board administers the control
real thrin for Paul's body was taken to Panama .
Clewlston Inquiries work, and .
I fans he had been blitzed with -- was presented and answered reported Trooper David Tomllnson, 'I the commission voted
suerlions I
I the gathered in the ball "why w...'. my name Will Be most of wnicn were based who heeded the lmntiatoin of City for services and interment to declare: the emergency ..ndIUiiiit
M line : local l
just as the clock-: nsedT", aifSugnsuaU were by the sift aj+ryLg. i "
on the degree of liability of a the accident. I
1ppfq ****. However Guest At Movie I Pattlson Funeral Home.
, rem Attending the
ball Pned treat merchant: who questions a person I meeting were
,- in play] 'as J the The names are picked The Clewlston Varsity squad and In his store relative to lift- trooper reported the two David was hospitalized at Hen- Mayor Leon Bembry, Commissioners
QUarterback raced 82 yards the telephone directory and the Moore Haven' football squad shop boys and David's younger brother,, dry General Hospital where hewas R. G. Mattson .
r tile fat the in,. The judge advised merchants: and Tom Jones. f
tone Clewlston placed at tartoas places Ronald Bruce Rimes, 6, were attempting '
:51 Point score. The be sore te will be guests of Dixie Crystal who have reason to believe a customer reported In good condition.' Absent were Dan McCarthy and
faued. ads to Pacific Avenue
classified cross this week.'
Theatre In Clewiston at the midnight has "lifted" Fred C Slkes.
lrwton': potential offensive read the. ads thoroofUy as allow Friday evening. an object todemand after a trip to Lonnie Ford's Clew.

,'er wax kept bottled up moat of year name may be Chen this U. T. (Doc) Koch has invited afl tents of the the suspected persons. to container: show con ston Trading Co. station from the
Bllht by the heavier and more week- the tacky persons may member of these two teams to enjoy Parsons urged businessmen who I' Olden home at 320 Obispo It was
* lv.pause eoecollinenUiT: about ISO and two white
wed Blue Devil jjne. Marc pick op the movie after the fames. had bad checks for insufficient : p.m.
a. AI lforreil at The Clewbtoo Newsr.uee women, Jeanette Dupree and Pat
Bo Lindsay'and The Cheerleaders will also be funds to contact the endorser
most be claimed before priorto Coleman, of Clewiston narrowly
at movie and
aBowden.made several nice honored guests the .tart.1nleal procedures.:
bane 01 the Newsii missed the children darted
the tot wIU : as they
, but were as an added attraction: Football affidavit has
bit to 1emnWned published. been'Ifaned., they Into traffic from the tide of the
win be shown.
of 1962.
chIve toter. Highlights cannot be withdrawn without court
street, said the trooper. Their car,
cost being paid The: judge noted which swerved to miss them was _
that he had an unwritten policy of .southbound but the children immediately
12300 for court costs plus restitution !
darted into the street I Hi
of the check
for those who gain, in front of the northbound __
are to issue
prone bad checks. car, driven' by the Negro woman, _
I Tbd sheriff has
a large supply of who had her own two small children -

the;identification cards available for Terry 2, and PrisclUa: 4,'on
1 asking a the front seat with her, said the
County Agent Has Trooper Tomllnson said the In-
V estlgatlon.! in which: Trooper
New Office Jack Edgmon of Glades county,
Hours and Officer D.
City Police R. Sap-

County Agent Yrank.Polhill has Ington .assisted failed to reveal
announced 'a' new schedule of of- any fault of the driver of the car
office: (at county courthouse sub which struck the children. There ; ,
t of Assistant County Agent Gene war no evidence of excessive speed,
Harrison give him added duties.: and eye witnesses to,tb*'accident: # I"t'
Polhm :will be in the Clewiston reported the car traveling at apiroximately _
off lceat( county courthouse sub 25 miles per' hour. No HEMIIEal OF THE SECOND TEA: CLASS Fitere Fanner ef v
office-Fair,'Grounds); each Monday barges were fled America are thaws planting 1 M afire el variety 111 sugar ease !'el.
'I 'and Wednesday day aen.lq.'TIa.'JaDCI. which Is east ef Sagarland Park war leased
mornings. On Paul Olden Jr.. was the of
\ son frem the tU j
Tuesday and Thursday mornings Mrs. Carol Olden, of South Sugar CerperaUesj. whe .... sold the ..... the seed ,t
l HAZZINA H7 .. ., ea the [-rte:slows rahokee's he will b* In toe office 'at the and Paul Olden Be. of ease Monday, the first third and fourth year beys plaited oa. acre
TIOE QUAIt1EBACisea Oewiston. ., cane, 113 variety, west ef IheVif ..... '
R Harold Feaeeek. The Titan courthouse, in They med .... frost OMtr
artertaek. LaBelle. .
1* Others
' ** fight end for 11 yards .taaeaaea the lint star He lived with his mother who had en Bold fer ..... Richard rape, Iu&netor Ie ..... he tile
'r J.-ftUJ' PHOTO. hours are given over to eesfe eI
W W VrUay might te Faheaee. bet work.'brought him to Clewistoa::: during 1M tIotuw.-ITAI'P l1IOTO.levviston Itt'
>a a


Gets: Refinery I


Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation an. the many people in both Palm Beach and Hen- "Our company is delighted that its plans for a work will start very shortly on construction ofa

fcunced today that an 80 acre site which it has dry Counties who have been involved in discussions new refinery will further cement relations with plant, and it is understood that the initial

Lder option southeast of Clewiston in Hendry with'our representatives and we look I the State of Florida, where we have done bus- building will be 204x120, air conditioned and

LontT, Florida had been selected as the locaL forward to continuing this relationship with ** iness for more than forty-six years of our com.tPany's modern throughout.

for its new Florida Refinery, plans for the establishment of our .new Refinery. It is operation Not only do we purchase a '- The property on which the ,plant will be

luch were made public in August. anticipated that ground will be broken and very large volume of sugar from the Ever located is 80 acres on the west side of the SR

1 Lawton M". Calhoun, President of the Cor- construction commenced in the near future." glades area amounting to well over $45,000,000for 832, at the railroad crossing; 1% miles southof

[,ration, stated: "We have had several sites The new,Florida Refinery will operate on ( the 1962-63 crop season, but Florida has McDuffies Corner. The legal description is

I both Palm Beach and Hendry Counties unlr a year-round basis with an anticipated initial always been one of our largest marketing areas the East half of Northeast quarter of Section

intensive study for many weeks and have capacity of 100 millon pounds of refined sugar s| for refined sugars. We look forward eagerly toJythis 35, Township 43 Range 34. The owner was

Included, that the site selected in Hendry a year. Approximately 100 persons will be em new relationship and have a keen aware- Mrs. Hilda Lee (widow of the late Clarence M

Lunty more exactly meets our requirements ployed.In. .ness of the opportunity that this new venture Lee and a sister of Melvin Wilder). The sale

fall essential aspects. We appreciate the fine making the original announcement of *presents." was handled locally by J. E. Beardsley, regis-

[grit of cooperation which has been given by plans for a Florida refinery, Mr. Calhoun said ; The company's announcement indicates' tered real estate broker. '

Tigers Fall Before Two Sections The Clewiston NewsVOLUME .

jPahokee Onslaught 12 Pages .

36 NUMBER 39 CLEWISTONJLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20. 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 343.3. P.M.,Subscription 14.00 year '

Friday Night 26-6 Tigers FaceChaminade r"

; Here Welcome' Savannah Refinery! State Attorney Urges

Pahokee Blue Devils with, Mazzlna, Morrell Bowden and
1 Peacock driving, exploded Smltty Polhllt ClewistonV welcomes the Savannah Sugar Refining
turned in
[ second and fourth quarters performances on defense sparking In the Corporation whose announcement of a nearby location fora Chamber Aid OfficersFrank
I night to down a younger 'secondary: this again because 01 Friday NightThe new plant U being made today, after weeks of study and

] lighter Clewiston Tigers 264, the outstanding Pahokee line. negotiations.
[ opening game of the season Clewiston Tigers will play
teams, in Pahokec.lOewteton their first home tame of the season A sugar refinery is, perhaps the most nearly ideal in- Schaub, state attorney ed hi.Dcere, thanks ,to the directors
and Fahokee both mlss- Friday night at Cane Fled dustry which could come to our area. It is related to the 12th circuit of Bradenton. urged I; for' their outstaDdlnl'II.IIt-.r "
I early scoring opportunities in against Chaminade of Ft. Lauderdale : most stable top In the Everglades,-the one which has members of the Clewiston.Chanv ante especially Lloyd: ':Kelly and ,d
first quarter because of fun Kickoff time Is scheduled for proven the backbone: of our economy for many years. ber of Commerce to take an active Jack Fry Pre.ldent'Baker introduced
I, with dewlston's coming ont 1:00: pm. part In improving local law''' enforcement the guest speaker;
t the 15 yard line. Coach Joe Bundy Is expected to The Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation has an enviable agencies, and be concerned Director Named
I Peacock, Pahokee's 'outstandingarterback use basically the same starting lineup reputation as a progressive alert and fair-minded with legislative bills that I Members present elected:: : Leon
drove over for the j as in the Pahokee game with group. The executives and representatives who have had tend to limit or destroy effective j j Bembry, Moye Bishop C.L. Benson ':
Jut touchdown from the oneyard Dennis Gann, RE; Johnny McGee, many contacts In the Everglades area are held in the highest law enforcement "You folks of Robert I Kelly W. H., Lamer and

K, with the try ,for point after\ I'V" RT Donnle Voder RG; eIther esteem and have made many friends for themselvesand Clewlston and Hendry.County are Abner Vann to serve as two year
tmf abort They added the second, I Doug! Rudd or Smltty Polhill, C: the company they representNo extremely fortunate in having outstanding directors and Ross LaByer to
i Just second before the half Doug Angell. LG Victor Allison, City Police and Sheriffs serve for one year, to ilU the un-
[i! s 12-yard pass from Peacock LT; Ronnie Olden. LE; Mike Maxzlna more hearty welcome could be extended any newcomer Departments, however we must, expired Term of Lloyd Kelly who
i Keith Padgett climaxing a 57-, QB; Henry Bowden, FB; Bo than that which awaits Savannah Sugar Refining strive continually to be better") resigned,.
n1 1 drive. The PATD again failed Undsey' WB; and Alberto Morrell Corporation in the Clewiston area he said. I| President Baker presented Lloyd
kd the halftime ended 120. HB. The personable attorney made his Kelly with a framed color brochureo
I Both teams exhibited good defen- However several experimental talk,at the fifteenth annual dinner i which he was chairman of the

]I'a!line play in tne first half withahoiee' : ,. changes were made In practice of the Chamber held Tuesday night, committee for its, :)preparation.Atty .
'i aerial attack being the It' his week With sophomore Mandy Mercbnfs Hear Chapman Machinery at the Inn. Prior to Schaub's talk,M I f Schaub opened his talk describing

ala dlflereace la yards gained.: 'I Worrell working at Quarterback. .-.. .*> : Agency Open Here Father Larkin, F. Connaljy, opened juuneof, the duties reqxilrH -
e i third quarter was played on wind Mike Mazzlna and BoTJndseyIternatlng "Chapman Machinery: of Tamps th6.aumnawrd.u"Rptf| ;*rftfc;f fro j.invocation ttTTiia-ntlioa.-aurtlngjrtnt ''actualprosttntlPO.pl
la terms score-wise, even though| at wlngback. Mazzlnsho SpeciarAgent has announced establishment of an ; Mayor*fiembry extended -'f : 'cases was a minor .,
e Blue Devils controlled the ball I received a little extra atten- agency in Clewiston for the rental an official welcome to the visitors I function; handling civil duties is

oft tot the period, kickoffs lion as. deep man for punts and Emery Williams,, special agent sales, service of all type of crane from LaBelle, Ft. Myera and the most time consuming, he said.

of the Florida Sheriffs Bureau, equipment.The Belle Glade, who were introduced His office has to represent the
FRAISES TIGERS Chaminade lost its first came 01the Tallahassee presented two films company will customize cranes by John Corbin, S. K. Swayne gave .State of Florida in an bond issues,
CMCB Bundy was aU praise season to Cardinal Newman Monday night with regard to shoplifting to fit any need and the contractor the annual financial report which deserted families and Indigent families
I I hr the lifers In defeat and felt however Bundy is expecting and bad checks to 39 merchants furnishes his own operator.The Included a ;yearend balance of in desertion! cases, which cut
I ask the score could have been 128-8. pleasing came. and businessmen of Qewls company is temporarily located 'I,1U9.81, the total cost of 'welfare! paid by
fine play of the ,
Md sophomores I r
I lo a couple of touchdowns u at Glenn "Red" Neal on President! Richard F. Baker (Continued on Page Eight
M I COACH JOE BUNDY strike a in Pahokee's game assured the participation ton Moore Haven and LaBelle at gave I
| they elected to play eonI US 2'1. west of Clewlston. of, the
highlights and oxtcnd-
I writhe football. "We made stance that became familiar before of most of the squad be- Sugarland Auditorium.The year 'I
lauukei, but I the game was over In Paho for the hometown fans. program was arranged b) i
are to be expected they were and kee get that ball stop Sheriff Earl Dyes, as an educational City- Finds :
| by the
I nine Inexperienced squad. that nan block! Assistant program to help Inform bu. Lad killed
The hen learned a lot, and Ernie IIUl, left, doesn't appear LONNIE NORRIS nessmen how to limit shop lilting crossing
lie! lime mlitake will not be too happy nor does assistant Bob and spot bad checks, a flurry 01 Mosquito Problem 'I' I
Baker holding the clip beard JOINS
I aide train the defeat has not CORBIN'SBewdea. which are now in circulation.
Ifcopeaed the spirit of the -STAFF PHOTO Dyess also gave those present.
I paid or coaching staff," be John Corbln manager of Cor a sign to be posted near Street in ClewistonOrmond An EmergencyAnticipating
I uid. Theatre bin Farm and Ranch Supply announces and a supply of file

Free the addition of Lonnie Nor- should be filled out by ca.Mer"1 a horde of mosquito
rls to the staff at the Clewlston
The known" seeking
two final Fahokee touch- persons will hatch in the
WIll i I store. checks. Paul Olden, Jr., 6, died the afternoon to spend the weekend I shallow pool and
came in the fourth period Tickets marshes which
I,Harry Norris resigned as manager of Dick Baker of Sugarland Pharmacy instantly! and his stepbrother Day with his father. The Rimes boys % have been dry until
lal three yards Cunningham of << going) the giving ef free theatre Royal's department store in dewiston. noted that all checks be hat id Leroy Rimes, 9, was seriously are son of Mrs Paul Olden Clew siners recent rains, the city commis-
l night that
I Fred l Clements their names In the ClassifiedAds gin work at his! new Job the form had been good. "Ninety dent on a Clewlston Street Friday Naples. the fogging machine recently
[wins desperation intercepted a' of the Clewlston New will Corbin expressed pleasure with percent of those requesting check night The two boys stepped into Mr. Olden la employed as deck- I order. purchased is again out of
from the The
pass the addition of Norris to the sales r cashed will to the path of a '63 Ford driven by commission voted to
W end lone: and I continue, because ef the Intense agree fill out the master of the dredge operated by
rahokee's final raced 20 yards Interest show staff and said his experience In:,Information card, the, remainder Elizabeth Smith Towson of West R. B. Potashnlck contractor on suggest an aerial spraying the) I
score with two the area where he Is so well-known Sugarland Highway, as she drove emergency, pending adjustment of
"""a will make some excuse and leave the US 27 highway construction
The remaining on the clock. Doe Koch, meager *4 the will make Norris a valuable man in the store" Baker said. along SR 832 (Pacific Avenue) work near Clewlston.Paul's ., the new machine. The mosquito I
ensuleg k1c1i..tt> provided! U- Dixie CrjriUl Theatre said! that Us new'locst'on. Broward Parsons I near Oblspo Street intersection, control board administers the con I
County 'Judge
real thrill for Clewiston fans he had been bused with Inquiries was presented and answered reported Trooper David TomUnson body war taken to Panama trol work and the commission' voted f
*mia* gathered In the ban w...', my name queslions headed of City for services and interment to declare the emergency andsuggest
"why Players Will Be most of which were based who the investlgatotn
the M line ;; arrangements were by the aerial I
Just spraying.
the clock- "
wed? on the degree of liability of a the accidentThe Pattlson Funeral Home.
1ng horn Guests At MovieThe ,
sounded.: However Attending the meeting
merchant, who questions were
bath The names are picked from a person trooper reported the two David was hospitalized Hen-
remained in play as the Clewlston Varsity squad and in his store relative to shop lift at Mayor Leon Bembry: Commissioners
gel quarterback raced 83 yards the telephone directory and the Moore Haven football squad In,. The judge advised toys and David's younger brother, I dry General Hospital where he R. G. Mattson and Tom Jones. .
tile lone Clewlston score. The placed at various place In the will be guests of Dixie Crystal who have reason to believe merchants Ronald Bruce Rimes, 6, were attempting was reported. in good, condition': Absent were Dan McCarthy aud
to a customer "'
Point felled cUsslfled ads be sure to cross Pacific Avenue this week.
Theatre in Clewiston at the mid has "lifted" C..Slkes.
CItwIatoIl''i read the ads thoroughly as an object to I after. a trip to Lonnie Ford's dew.ston i
night show Friday evening. a ai
potential offensivekept demand the to
persons contents
Jla? bottled up most of your name may be there this U. T. (Doc) Koch has invited an of the suspected container. Trading Co. station from the I
Iflht! the loch penon may Olden home at 820 Oblspo. It was Ii
week -
the heavier and more members of these two teams to en- Parsons urged businessmen who
two'eoav8mentar7passes : about 'SO and two white i
rtenced Blue Devil line. MaxAI pick up soy the movie after the game*. had bad checks for Insufficient
Clewtaton News.Fssse women, Jeanette Dupree and Pat
at The
Morrell Bo'Lindsay and The Cheerleaders will also be funds to contact the endorser priorto I
en >IIowden made several nice most be claimed before honored guest at the movie, and starting legal proceedures. Once Coleman of Clewlston narrowly
of the News' missed the children as they darted
durin following Issue
the lime. but were the as an added attraction Football an affidavit has been signed they i
bit into traffic from the aide of the
: to PUt a sustained drive toeUler. I* published. Highlights of 1962. will be shown. cannot be withdrawn without court ,
street, said the trooper. Their car
cost being paid. The: Judfe noted
which swerved to miss them was
I that he had an unwritten policy of
southbound but the children immediately
$2500 for"court costs, plus restitution darted into the street r ,
of the check for those who gain, in front of the north-bound :

are prone to Issue bad checks. car, driven' by the Negro woman,I
The sheriff has a large supply of
I who had her own two small chllren. -
identification cards available for Terry, and Prlscflls 4,'on
the asking. j the front seat with her, said the

County Agent Ha Trooper TomUnson said the Investigation -

4 in which Trooper
New Office Hours Jack Edgmoa of Glades county,
v; aDd City Police Officer R. D. Sap-
County Agent Frank,PolhUl has Ington assisted! failed to reveal I
announced 'a' new schedule of of- any fault of the driver,of the car
office (at county courthouse sub which struck the children. There r
of Assistant County, Agent Gene was no evidence of excessive speed,
Harrison gives him added duties.Folhm .: aDd eye witnesses to. the'acc1dent
Ir.> win be in the Cew ton reported the car traveling at ap-
.. .....,." -.....-. off lceat-( county courthouse sub- proximately 23 miles per hour. No MEMBERS OF THE SECOND TEA CLASS Fatal Farmer ef r
.. \ charges filed. America are shows planting ty acre ef variety 11 '
'(. office-Fair. Grounds) each Monday were saga e..1'do I
: 't .. and Uy mere nr.'.fte'Ja', which la east ., Sagaria Fait, was lessetf,
Wednesday morning On Paul Olden Jr., was the son of from the VJL
wke alas sold the __. the \
Tuesday and'Thursday mornings Irs. Carol Olden of South Bay ..... Monday, the first third seed .
** > -u;;;; ..the\ (Teaad. slow I he will be- In the office at the aDd Paul Olden ST.. of Oewtiton. and fearth year key planted. ea* aero
: TEaBA ef >U ,
MAZZCfA:TIGER Q CY. sets .. Hareld reaeoek. P.--I courthouse In LaBelle. sane. variety west ef the.46 ...... They used ciao from theirlewiston ,
Others He lived with his
....aaeem. dIM end for 12 yard ta eke lint dr2N 8TAJT FHOTO. hours are given over to field i mother who hadoat ewe field few MI4. aJQmI Papee. lutneeter Ie shewm. Ii De ..... if W
tI floe aeasesi Friday night ts r....... ; brought him to dewistoa during 1M 1Iktut-aT.t.I"I'" PHOTO.

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Thursday, September 28, 1963dewUtofl (From the Clewlston News I
I Sept 24, 1953))

i ri i III\ Am the United States'1 The level of Lake Okeecbobee MOVED
.; rose to 15,73 despite efforts of
Corps of Engineers to hold it at
I was born on July 4, 1776 and the Declaration of Independence 13 until September 30. Calloosa-I
I' Is my birth certificate. The bloodlines of the world run In hatchee river was reported so full I
my veins, because I offered Freedom to the oppressed. I am it could not accept any dischargeand I
many things to many people. I am the United States of America the St. Lucie Canal was reported .' Bill's Body Shop
discharging 8000 cubic feet of
water per second.
I am 180 million living souls and the ghosts; of millions who
have lived and fought and died for me. Senator Spessard Holland toured 710 E. Sugarland Hwy.In .
I the county with C E. Miner, chairman
I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexington of the county commissioners j rear of Hathcock
and fired the shot heard around the world. I am Washington, and members of the County Water Motors
Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I am Paul Jones, the Green Mountain Conservation Committee.The .
j I Boys and Davy Crockett. I am Lee, Grant and Abe Lincoln.I Rainbow Girls installed Bar I Auto Body Work, Trimming and Painting

I remember the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor. When bara Twiddy worthy advisor. in
f f Freedom called, I answered and stayed until it was over, over Chamber of Commerce directors Stop today for an Estimate!
I there I left my heroic: dead on the bleak slopes of Korea In I elected Fred C. mea president I

Flanders Fields and pn the rock of Corrigidor.I I ,

I am the Brooklyn Bridge the wheat lands of Kansas -
the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coalfields of the Virginias
and Pennsylvania the fertile lands of the west the Golden Mayor Leon Bembry and Clerk-Commlsaioner Fred C. Bites lip
Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall the the 300 certificates of Indebtedness of &the City of Clewlston which
raised to finance &the construction of the system. The
Monitor and the Merrimac. sewage
: sewage bonds will be retired with& proceed from the dcsret tas. Both& Death of This Issue of Clewiston News
Oh, yes I am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pa men contracted mild forma of writer's cramp as they affixed their
eWe 3 million square miles of land throbbing with inductry signatures 300 times each to make the bonds lent The signing took
I am more than 5 million farms. I am forest, field, mountain and place In &the First Bank of ClewiiUra.-STAFF PHOTO.
j desert I am quiet villages and cities that never sleep. You

can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down the streetsof tennis courts: near the Clewiston! j j"No'thing
Philadelphia with his breadloaf tinder his arm You can see Inn and they are about ready for At Least a Week from Today 0.
Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see the lights of Christmas use. The old) courts having been
and hear the strains of 'Auld Lang Syne' as the calendar I e Sonny Sez I completely torn out, new ones
turns poured and lufaced.I ,
I am Babe Ruth and the World Series 169,000 schools I I While they're improving the]I
and colleges and more than 250,000 churches where my people The stunting defense, didn't physical assets of the local tax,
stunt, the high speed backfield investors, a broom and shovel along
worship God as they think best I am a ballot dropped into a
didn't get out of low gear; and IDI Bond street would eliminate an
box the roar of a crowd in a stadium the voice of a choir (I
I in a cathedral. I am an editorial a newspaper and a letter probability much pressure' was I eye sore. i
the "renovated" -is- I 1
placed on
1 to Congress. I am Colonel Glenn and Major Cooper and their In the opening loss Friday 1'1erl''| And speaking again of sidewalks
I fellow astronauts who whirl thru the voided spaces above my But for those who didn't see the, wouldn't it be a good idea for the, 4
head. I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster, Tom Edison, Albert game, Pahokee has a jam-up ball proper officials to lay a sidewalk! l
Einstein and Billy Graham. club and could perform the open- on at least one side of South Pacific ,
Yes, I am the Nation and these are the things that I am. I deg feat most any day in the week. I Street, at least to the city limits I
was conceived in Freedom and. God willing, in Freedom I shall Harold Peacock lived up to his whereby children and grownups -
1 spend the rest of my days. advanced billing and is well supported I alike would not be forced to'
May I possess always the integrity the courage and the by a fast charging walk: on the edge of the already, ,
strength to keep myself unshackled to remain a dtadel of live line and an offensive too narrow highway One life has f. !
Freedom and a beacon of hope for all of the worldl knows what the work defen'l already been lost since the start of;, I
(Anon.) means. school, and there could easily be _
-..- many more. It could be well worth j
However, not aU was gloomy for the investment in human life
the Tigers the line defense was I alone, besides adding to the appearance ,,5)eetre'
t1 The Clewiston News good, and with a reasonable', of the city.
J amount of luck, the score should I I -ss-
have read about 134.1 cannot find' In an unsual midyear action,
"Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston the adequate number of adjectives Rev. Richard O. Knight of the
to describe the outstanding playof Methodist Church has received a "
and Hendry County. Al Morrell, a transfer student promotion-transfer to Tavares by +

Published at from Pahokee, where he was an the Conference The action will be
Thursday Central
every 109 Avenue. Clewiston, Rwrr.
outstanding end last year, Al was effective in October, shortly after
Florida The Clewiston Inc.
by News ; a Florida Corporation.
I well defended both offensively and Rev. Knight returns from South .
Entered ai Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post .
Office In Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3. defensively and still managed to America, where he is presently on
1879 el t LIttl ItIMII be in on at least half of the tackles vacation. la his stay here Rev.
made by Clewiston and gained Knight has been very Instrumental
NATIONAL EDITORIAL O R/pq/ about half of the rushing'.yardage, la ,, expanding'clu) facilities apd
I"i r IA SS c8Ti3N ,0I generally[ with three or more nhll property, ?flncluolng"the' air\ conditioning
Hrfl-I 'Q back. The physical beating betook of the sanctuary.
j i' -. .--.- .LJ Ftj AC11V1 was terrific verbal red Certain/, be will carry the good
MiMMI roses for an outstanding Job Ina I wishes of his many friends, when I t
) j BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher M
0 losing gameOther departs/in/ October.
!J f; S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Oc .wen bright spots were Smltty the I -al--

1f Subscription Rates .......... $400 per year 110\\ Polhill, Bo Lindsay, Mike Mazzlna Received a note from Manning
ei! (Return Postage Guaranteed) and Henry Bowden. Carter Jr. who is teaching in
:, k Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3.1201 -laThe Lakeland this year, who was rather i
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves new side walk: and filled In surprised to read that he was
I the right to reject any objectional advertisement! ditch on the east side of the Elementary attending FSU this year, along with
l THB! NEWS aiium.i no pon.lblllty tot the return of unloUotted School are a great im 60-plua students seeking further
I naniMcrlpU THE NEWS or photorrapbt aiium.i no financial ...ponllblllt,. for trpomphlotl provement over the broken walkway : learning, Apologies
rrori or ommi.. ono In dY.rtlnm.nt but It notified of such iron b.. and trash fined ditch of last is as dead as yesterday's "
ton tho nut I..u. of the p.p.r will r.prlnt oo..otl that part of the week. newspaper .
a ID which the error occurr.d In the event
a time element '
would render the OO"'lCItioD '.alueleu. the News will redone the '
e of thedvertle.m.nt ady.rUI.m.Dt by aD amount equal to the perc.nta..o of till price total In another community improvement The old
1'r I \ apace al the erroneous or omitted copy .0Dr..o.tld. the city has renovated the i Ifs History; Now'I adage is not true and never has been!

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(From THIRTY the ClewUton TEARS& AGO Newt In actual truth, nothing is as alive as yesterday's newspaper to

r The Cltwistosa Inn Sept. 22. 1133)) someone who hasn't read it, the same applies to the Clewiston News
The Clewiston Drug Company
"your hometown
{, (C. E. Miner, president; J. O. Nib. newspaper".
lack, manager) announced the addition -
of vel'table'HedI and fertilizers .
,to its stock; both items In The Clewiston News does not enter or leave your home or 'office

quantities for produce farmer with the speed of light .it
I I'' Sunday Feature The ClewistonMotor stays around until every member of the
Company family reads it, generally' until the
added a high pressure grease gun next issue is printed.
to its equipment, making it one of
l For the Beefeater
the most up-to-date garages in this
section Watch the NEWS in your home note that everytime someone

: Federal administrator of public picks it up it's new to them. Another
advantage is that the whole family
!! works announced approval of fl
ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF au JUS million for repair of Florida highway need not be present at anyone time to enjoy it. The dozens of distractions !

: t V" damages in Labor Day storm. of daily life but itis
i The work was to provide as many may postpone your reading of the NEWS,

Baked Idaho Potato ., jobs as possible, and be under the always waiting-brand new-until' each person has an opportunity to
t federal relief program.Commissioner read it.
k of Agriculture Nathan
I : with :. Mayo after Inspecting the
State Prison Farm at Belle Glade,
11 I j ': : Creamery Butter, or Sour Cream, sit* Chive Dressing suggested that it be moved to an- The events and happenings in Clewiston and surrounding area /are
r other part of the state for health
I j reason. Every town In the area I reported, printed and preserved for posterity in the NEWS fJOIA-><
: '. lent a delegatioa to Belle ins. is more alive than Ion
your newspaper that is waiting to be read.
,t\ Tossed Green Salad to meet him on his next Olade'l
,I have to make no date it stays alive :: week I I ',"' .H\: ,. be issued a retraction of his hasty for a day or a
i ': : Choice of Dressing ; ''t' remarks until you find time to read it. I .

j i 1)1' H" s. .y."em'f ......,

'f i Po j ; J Rolls & Batter i : I TWENTY TEAKS AGO
I' (
From the dewlasM:News
, nt; I I wPg1111. .> ask, r ,LI"w'oI: wgY1II For the most complete of
1 Sept 24V 1UHendry ) 1 .
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J I ,Two. dollars Seventy-five Cents *Jj j "''I county- which had been Ja the "N -uftoff.
I tR open to deer In all news m your town. 77
!j, I I R i t" fPwee'ta l' r.'w aigv. 1:J / one b. .. ....; .- to eradicate hunting the cattle. the tick dortal, was ,-' .....Itt. ,,,

closed to deer hunting for- the en-r
: ; tire season.Sgt F
." I Ascribe today. .
) and Mrs. Hub Spooner were :
'j' % *%
home from California
\ on short,
!I 1'1':fl \ ,_ .' .. d, !leave. | .
., '.;,. .. Jlij 4/<..,, .. Raymond Christian, owner of \ .. year"
I ) ,. Other excellent table d'hote or a la carte items .-; Christian Chevrolet ia Fahokee. an-' ,'
r, ;' :' .,...'...... '_'... w. o* ....., 'Ir nounoed purchase of Hub Chevrolet

I r ; l "; : Serving 12:00: to 2:30: and 6O09:30: : ; Ian I Company was an Instructor la Oewlstoa.at Christ-Riddle The 6lewiton

l "1'. U. -- i l J. ""rl lfr Ftald Newsr
'I. J Reflections. of the war Art Law- ,/r 'J' "'. ; 'Jt: \. ..,: \\r .
; rone .. \.d .. <, & ,1.:1
was sorting maD in 'the
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Hawaiian .
I Islands; Lawrence OuthHe 31201rage
a Phone} YU
bad mailed his mother a hanky
I 4! t ; florida jelePhone'yu 2-3501 iron Hawaii; Eager Low was la
India; Leroy Brantley spent more
&J ">'4 uuv', I-K M *
than aa hour'fa the waters of thekCedttarraaeaa
bei ice rescue, after
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Tiger Junior Varsity Plays dewlston. Fla. Thursday September 26, 1963 /solemnly Peninsula reports Motor that Oub: visitors(AAA to)

1\ I Connecticut this year no longer
will be startled by the sight of a
7:00 .1
Pahokee Here Tonight, I hearse bearing the license tag
U-2". The state assigns funeral
The Clewlston Junior Varsity; bell, John Evans, David Angell, .4 homo vehicles license plates will: -.,
football team coached by Ernie Jimmy; RedUh. Steve Sexton the "U" prefix. The plate No. Z
Hill and Buren Hall, will meet the Ricky Miller Bob Halsell, Wayne which was on a hearse Is now being
ras Pahokee JVs tonight at 7:00: at Johnson Jam Carithers Hal Taylor used on a station wagon, the
Cane Field.Probable. I Jim Davis, Jerry Weaver, Lar.

r starting lineup, petition
and Jersey number named by Bail Bonds .
Coach Hill. Includes: Bobby Red-
fen. QB, 12; Tony Harper, RH 42; \
Seth Howard,LH, 18; Danny Kreid- 4 24 Hour Service I.. I
KB. 30 \ LE. 56 Hall. Richard Blount. Lanny ",,'
ler. ; Terry Rider: ; ry bl-ear appearance -
David Carlton, LT. 74; Tony Miller Sutton. Bobby Garrett Billy Will- The restyled Ford Falrlane performance for 1964 presents
LQ, 60; Gary Redish C, 50; Cesar ford and Pat Carlton. the Indianapolis and boasts"666 engine, { Although new atyUnff makes the Tax Service"I
Martinez, RO. 82; Lawrence Worth Admission of 50c for adults and, In middleweight look bigger 1& remains about the wiseeldeheFive ,
i RT 70; Sam Lane, RE. 72. 25c for students will be charged. Ute 1959 Ford OD u.. tn-
engine are avTuablerUiree of the same basic John W. McDonaldImmokalee
Others who will He action are to seeond
that powered Lotus ear
Bruce Dickie Camp- deaign as the Fairiane
McConville These
Drivers la the rrn Ulng Indianapolis race.
Sport and seventh places Fla.
Include two 9.euble.tach Vas, one 260 euble40ch V-t r pine>
Ladies Of Lake Need Land 170. and 200-enble-inch slx-cylinder InflDe. Combined with or Phone OL 4-3672 '
full array
transmissions, these offer a
Members of the Glades Sports flre, and economy ; tea for I9 4. Eight FalrlaneSTodeUJiardtens
Bowling League Car Association. are looking for station wagons and 27.be trathose
.. some "wide 'open space" that is dueed la Ford dealer ahowrooms September \ Redur 0A0.00
Team Standing easily: accessible to the motoring
Team W L public where they may hold their Interested In taking part In of arms. ACe
r',3- Old South. ........... SH 2V4 car rallies. the activities.A This league Is using the Individual p *3 Sectional
aw Sport ShOp in. n.miir--nn- S 3 Anyone having a location that Is' series of free golf lessons will handicap method to encouragethe
U. S. Sugar Corp...., 5 3 available 1s asked to contact Ronnie be given to beginners by Mett lower average bowler. I 2 piece
New tararr styling to match Itsi total performance givesa Wilson Lumber ......... 4% 3tt Lee president of the aisocla- Stanton with an necessary equipment Scratch high series, 477, was roll,
Mght, new look: to the lineup of Ford can for 19 4. The Parkinson -_.._._ SVi 4tt Uon. provided at no cost Thestarting ed by T. Carlln the first week and Sectional '
top- root Galaxle 500 Series offers three distinctive Hare Lumber 3 S date for the lessons will H. Klste had 471 the second

.neu.,mea and four including traasmliibms the &-cIOOI'ledaa are offered(top Including photo). Fin the Baldree ???.??,.-i.i--i----i-,-.. S S be announced at the meeting. week. Green Striped Fabric !
Cralse-O-Matio Dual Range three-speed antomatle transmit Canebrake ....._..__ 2ft 8% Team Standings .
den now available with all engines up to 390 cable Inchesdisplacement. Scratch Club Team W t This week only :
High individual Scare Country j BOWLERS FORM Potashnlck-Badgett 7 1 i I
The taU For A Galaxle line for 1KI includes U models with .... ..... 189 Dan's Dragline Service S 3
Charlsle Wilson I I
sedans "
4-door ,hardtops conTertlbles and
and station
f.eas (bottom photo).. The completely) restyled cars will wag appear Sally Bluus ._-__-____...... 179 Notes |i,I NEW LEAGUE I A ion W Rootbeer .._.._.. 3 5 $89.50 1
la Ford dealer showrooms September 27. RIP iBdUldnal Series I Glades Restaurant _. 1. t I
_. Sally BlUUS ?......iiun.iiMr.--mn l 477Charlsle By Matt ant ttnta Stanton I I l Happy XII Is the name chosen! Handicap ScoreI I Win be Reduced $500
Wilson .......... 469 Friday October 4th 1s the elate for the new handicap Bowling League -|I High individual game: Weekly Until Sold
I lost 1H from Ted Roman's Crop Handicap for the first "Ladies Day" of the which started a fall schedule B. Brasher 210
Dusters. High Individual Score season. Tee off time win be between on September 11th at Glades BowLI I J. Byrd .- 207 Van Cothern's
High School i J. McKee had high single game D. Belcher ..... .. .... .. 228 9 and 9:30: a.m., with lunch' lag Lanes. I J. Bendry' ....... .. ......< MSI i
this week with a fine 219.I Sherry Ferrara ..... ..... 225 eon and meeting of the Women. Officers are Mary. Evans, prestI -|;I I High Individual Sends Custom Upholstery
I Byron Walker blazed the trail HUh Individual Series Golf Association following. I I dent Jenny Hendry, vice presl |IB.i Brasher .__-. S94 II
News Notes I, for high series of the week with D. Belcher ... $99Charlsle Ass'n Pr s1 ent Nell Hooka ex- dent; Helen Elite secretary-trea H. Late ,_-._. !558 I Phone YU 2-:>831I
576 and made an even 200 In in- Wilson ....... .. 538 tends a cordial Invitation to an surer and Bobble Swindle, sergeant J. Hendry ___ 554 I !
I I dividual:\ game, Tom Camper 203
Only lour parents of high school Curtis Slade 207 Everett Fisher
I students were on hand Monday 203, were other high scores.
I tight at the school library show- The bowlers are very appreciative The 64s from Ford are here: : !
I m Interest !in organizing: a high for Badcock Furniture and .
I school ParentTeachersfcsocia: Curtis Slade sponsoring the Thursday '"
I lice Because of the lack or inter- night late league.
The Year of the Test Drive
I tit t organization will be posponed starts today! i

| Indefinitely. Punt, Pass & Kick : ., .

Contest Is Near
Achievement tests were conducted -
I and Tuesday for the Local boys ages I to 11 are practicing
freshman Monday dan guidance counI -: up on their football punting Ford cars have changed. Only a test drive can tell you how much. ,

I nice Harold Eitep. i passing and kicking preparationfor
the Punt, Pats and Kick competition Races and rallies, economy runs, braking and acceleration tests have:
A "B" squad football game will sponsored by Ford dealers i
I be held tonight, Thursday at Cane in cooperation with the National bred into our 1964 models the kind of total performance.you just can't
Field with Pahokee at 7:00: p.m. Football League. .*'.. ".;, ji
Admission will be 50c for adults Dates for registration for this create 'on the test track alone. They are hard-muscled fast-moving :.
ud lIe for students. contest will be announced next : ,. /

week by Richard Phelps, managerof sure-footed.- Open competition helped make them that
the.contest for Hendry County r ... way. nY T AL RFORUANCE

Late League Motors.The object Clewlston of the Ford contest Dealer.U to They' offer you substantially more car than anything at Foiz A. CHANGEI j .'

punt pass or kick the ball as far

Opens SeasonA Distance as possible the down ball goes a chalked counts line.as their price. You d n't have to take our word for itsWe're FO-RjJ ,

well how close the ball lands to
'late League", playing! Thur.day the line, so every boy has an opportunity willing to rest our case on our cars. la1con.'alr1ane.brd.TIumdcrbIrd i irAiRUNit.
nights starting at 9 o'clock to win some of the prizes i
I hu been organized and is under-I offered.
I fly with 14 teams promising a More details win be announced
IW of fine competition. In the sea next week. I
I ODd 1 week of play Badcock took I I \ ;
I1 from A Duda & EvItrilades
Federal Sons over, as did Echols-', City CourtCases : .,

I Plumbing. I disposed of in city court
Mullen's Office Supply took 3 last Wednesday Included Sam
from Carithers Radio and TV of Brunson public drunk, $35.00; Ar-
I Cewiiton, as did Anderson's Gulf thur Lee Moorman unlawful speed I
I vw Richmond I and running stop I
Plumbing. $30 00 or 15 days
Geneva's Drive-In took t from sign $5.00 or 1 day; William Henry :: f''. I I
Angel Brothers Lindsay Lumber Wright running red light, $500; '" :
ad dug Qty Barbers split 2-2 and Jlmmle Rufus Newton, unlawful i', i l
and Council's Gulf won 2ft and speed $15.00 or 10 days. ", '

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Danish? Lobster Tails! I Ii .

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1964 SUPER TORQUE FORD 1964 'FAIRLANEUnique 1964
Strongest, smoothest, steadiest car in its
Native Fish I combination of family-size room Eve ything'a changed
field hundred of ...More except the economy
-by pound steel sports car feel and modest price
4 Optional that made Falcon famous
Native Fish Sandwiches! in frame and suspensions Unique 289 suspension system allows wheels to move adapted for famous Cobra
sports car tecord for Sixes '
or Eights ... Plushest ride f
backward as well as up and down to flatten Five engine choices, six transmission .
Seafood Platter !I. rbuiltintoacompactar..l4modeL ,i }
Distinctive rooflines.
bumps. new choices, eight different models. plus three extra-duty wagons. .

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Mr. and Mrs. John B. Boy and r
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS aewllton, J"1a.j Ideal Business
; son, Johnny, spent the weekend.....: at Location
t Thursday, September 28, 1963 P. M. Fort Myers Beach. I 75 ft. by 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley

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Women rJeUI I ban.wU1 A good be Peps Special OrderaHoldridge Sacred REALTY

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Mrs. Taylor Installs Officers Of Clewiston Church Directory

Baptist rep CoMM1JNJTr PItESBTTEBUN Highway no I ar. HAIULUErI CJro1ca
of St. 401 Royal Palm tyea. Turner, Pastor 208 North Atlantic
J _Mrt.: J. Ed Taylor, Baptist missionary ale Foy, Frances Carlln, Annie Phone Street
I members of Henry JL Ford, Minister School Yukon
a.m.-Sunday >
: -lql
to migrants, for the Horn Nail, C. H. Jones. L. S. Ford Belle
Beta Sigma 11:45: a.m.-5unday School 11:00: a.m.-Momln Worship Cewiaton, Ibida
I Mission Board' of the Souther Bryan, Martha Topper and Leon
evening 11:00: a.m.-MornlD, Wo ship 1:45 p.m.-TralnlD Union Itey. Larkba F.
: C-.n
I Baptist Convention, Installed officers Bembry, and a visitor, Mrs. Malo Glades Res 11:00: a.m.-Nur.eJ'7 in the Pariah 8:00: p.m.-EveDln Worship Mmlnistneor
of the First Baptist ChurchWoman of West Palm Beach.
the Heart House Wednesday: Sunday MalleI 8 a.m. II U'30,
Missionary Union Mon 1:00 p.m.-Westm1nlter l'eI1ow8:00 Weekday Muses,
: : p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: a.z .
day night She wed the theme "Co Hospital Group Commit I ship Holy Days ol Oblltatloa,
the Second Mils," stressing to each an- Wednesday: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CoDfeasJolII: Saturday rroo 4DOpa;; -
officer her duty to follow Jesus Plans Silver TeaThe rush party 7:30: p.m.-awr Practice 10Z E. Ventura Avenue and 7 to 8 p.m. !tQ
admonition and "10 the second The party Rev. 1. T. Fagan, Pastor _
mile" to aid others.Each Womens Auxiliary of HendryGeneral 8T.
., and 11:45: a.m.-5unday School ILUTIN'8( CBUlCJI
officer received an attract. Hospital has made plans Miss were CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-MorDlnI Service (EIUoopeJ)
ive booklet outlining the duties of for a Silver Tea to be held Sun- ter of entertain- Soallt ClewIt&ell 8:45: p.m.Yralning Union 407 NerO Pac1/Jo/
her office. day afternoon, October 8, at the Weler, of Rev Herb Blldon, Paator 8:00: p.m:Evening Service The Rev. Cart H. Dornao
The general officers installed Clewlston Inn Patio from three until to I 9:45: a.m.-sund87 School Wednesday: Sunday Servtee:
I were Mrs. W. F. Hall, president: five-thirty o'clock. Plans were and Mrs. Mrs. Wade I 11:00: a.m.-Wor.hip Service 7:00: 1o.m.-ou1cera and Teachers 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharlat
Mrs. R. E. Stephens, vice president announced at the Auxiliary meeting Louis, attending! 7:00: p.m.aptlst Training UnIOI Meeting 11:30: a.ml'am.lq ,
; Mrs. Ross LaByer, secretaryand held Monday at the hospitalThe four 8:00: p.mWorship Service 8:00: p.mMldweet Prayer Serve Church SchooL.
Mrs. Wl-)
Silver Tea has a three-fold
j Church. ice Saints and
treasurer. Tuesday: BoI1 Din
McPhail, u
Circle Chairmen are Mrs. Mud- purpose: to Introduce the organization Carthy, 8:00: p.m:Brotherhood 8:45: p.m.-Cho1r Practice IIOUDced.
to the general public, there- ", Mrs. J.
red Wood, Mrs. T. L. Tanner, Mrs The : Adams, Wednesday: Confeaalou bylppoinlmeat.:
by creating interest and understanding
W. Thomas and Mrs. J. E. Spoon-' satin, 7:30: p.m.-Dour of PrayerThursday MrBSIONAltY _
< ; to encourage membership Jr., Mrs NORTIISIDE
:: er. Other chairmen are: Mrs. line; Ion Red- : BAPTIST CHURCH ClltJltm OF flats amsr
both active and honorary; Jack
: George Llneberger, program; Mrs, and to help raise funds. wrists, Mrs 1:00: p.m.-cholr Practice 30C N. Fraaelleo Street Al'08TOUC F1l1'B
R. W. Kelly, prayer. Mrs. E. M.' The Immediate'roal of the Pink skirt Walker, Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor Booth 0ew1ateaTHE
1 Cornette, community missions; Ladles is to purchase a coffee cart, A Mrs. Free- CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 10:00 a.m.-5unday School LutherDiso a.Pads
l 10'00
Mrs. Maxwell Downs, miss lorI : a.m. Sunday School
I which In turn should prove profitable panel OF GOD 11:00:: a.m.-Mornlnl Worship 1100; : .
study Mrs. Alvina Whittle, a m Preachfag.
I ,, ; pubs since the coffee would be sold the James F. Kimbrel Pastor : p.m.-BTC
I ,i ity Mrs. Ernest Redlsh, bereave- the'lWeep Tuesday;
; to visitors at the hospital Assembly.'I Sunday: 1:30: p.m.-Evenln Worship 7'30
ment; Mrs. A. H. King, hospital; interested persons are invited a Sunday School. 10:00: Wednesday: Friday p:m-Pr ayer Meeilng
j Mrs. T. C. Yon, social Mrs. Goldie sis :
; 7:30: p.mPra1er Service
Adult 11:00
to attend the Silver Tea. Donations will hold a Worship : 7:30: p.m.Yours, PeoplBs
I Dunaway, children's Home; Mrs. will be tered Youth 11:00 t
gratefully accepted. but. .by Septem Worship : tog
i\\ Richard Bethea, stewardship. no means necessary. orchid. o'clock on Prayer Hour, 1:00: FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
,. Auxiliary leaden are Mrs. W. W. The Evangelistic Rally 7:30: 331 W. O.eeola Aveaae CllUB pF CIIlm
: Smith Sunbeam-Nursery; Mrs. Robert Happy BirthdayIf Ann wotrhy ad Tuesday: Rev. Richard Knight Pastor Clarkllu)
Stacy, Mrs. Gary Scott and and the ,.. Orchestra Practice, 7:00: 9:45: a.m.-Church School North Suarland Auiltodum
e t'" Mrs. Richard Phelps Sunbeam ( you were born in an odd I. Gory, Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Momln service John C. Schemer ldInIster
: # band; Mrs. T. E. Weathers. Junior year, It's time to renew thatdriver's Francine Christ' Ambassador, 7:45: .1:00: p.m.-Methodllt Youth J'eI10:00: a.m.-Dible schoot
.', Girls license!!) Diane low.hip
Auxiliary.Mrs. 11:00: a.m.-COmmunlon
I and S
Spooner was in charge of Sept. 26: Grace Glddens, Mrs. II were pastor o' Thursday: ship Service
the social hour following the meet- Ruth Vaughn, Becky Spires, sheaths, Prophecy, in COHMUNI1T PENTECOSTAL 1:30: p.m.-<:holr Practice Wednesday:
Ing. Refreshments of sandwiches, George Cox, Mrs. Maggie Knott. neckline revival HOLINESS CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Bible study
nuts, mints, punch and coffee were Sept. 27: S. H. Stalls. full I I at the Bealll ClewItIoa CHURCH OF GOD _
i Sept. 28: A. R. Broadfoot, Claire au s. Paolfto Avenue
served from a beautifully appointedtea The n. Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pasta CHURCH or awn
table.In Owens, Mabel MaglU Florence G. quet of Rev. M. M. 10:00: a.m.-&mda7 School Rev. Joe Coleman 301 loath Central !....
feath, L. L. Ellington. Beulah G. I. 10:00: a.m.-Sund87 School
addition to the officers install Services UOO: a.mKorn1nI Worship Earl Arnold, M1DIater
; i,, ed, attending were Mesdames Gus- Knight. O. X. Phillips Tommy Golden ]' I. es : 7:45: p.m.-BWI Evangel sde 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service Sunday:
Dan McCarthy Linda Dorman orchid. Service. 7:30: p.m.-Evel Worship 1':00: a.m.-Iilb1e School
;.. Sept. 29: Matt Prewitt, Frank'okleda of Clewlston Wednesday: Wednesday:. 11:00: a.m.-Worship
,/ ; ,.J. J. Gelger Mrs. Lynn were chide, of LaBelle 7:45: p.mPra.r Service 7:30 p.m.-Prayer ServIce 7:00: .m.'Worahlp
Dasher, Betty Jean Archer. week to Friday: :
''i 'f.SHING-. Sept. 30: W. A. Davis Janice centered of Mrs 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m.-Youn People' ED7:30 pan-Mldwsek. Devotku
I I / rNfo Olli Aorrlson, Laura Christian, Mary sheath-The I i of Mrs. del\'or and BIble Study

I : ;: Go --AT 3aird.Carter, Christine Doty, Barbara sage. 1 'Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

'I Boats Guides) Gas Ice Oct. 1: Paul Akin. Pat Read B. In '
I} '+ ." Fishing Tackle Supplies H. Williams. Paul Cain! Rita.Hes- chid John ( : Hendry Motors County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinsons
er. Cecil Langston.
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I' Fishing CampQewlBton.no ell, Ira T. Blair, Helen Brannan, thony '
J. T. Webb, Joe Elder, Mrs. Paul Jame.. Giddens Furniture ClewistonFederale
Emrich, Shirley Emrich. K 11 y ractor.
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I Boys dress pants woy RoHy Day In our
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\ Continentals or Regulars given/ unto us exceeding great and FIRST CUT ROUND AND

black, brown, charcoal, olive 1 i precious/ promfoetr; ,hot by then ye Pork Chops ____ Lb. 390 I Sirloin Steak Lb.> 891%
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- |Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five i,
18 OIL 8441355H << r OBITUARYMrs. I Thursday, September 26, 1963

.. VI 8-2682 Orlando,' Moore Haven and Mcdenl-.
A. L. DaughtryMrs turning to Miami from Robert
S A L," Daughtry (Maria I the car in which my friend my I than of Immokalee.
zocAZS husband and two grandchild-1] We wish to express our thanks
Jane) died in Alachua General Hospital our :
and to call attention their
Thurmond W. Knight Gainesville on Tuesday ren and I were riding was forced
unselfish, brave and sacrifl-
of 93
September 17 at the age '
off the road into the canal between
clal deeds which enabled us to-
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker" Mr. and MM. Gerald Lewis and continuing his studies in chemistryat She was known to a wide circleof visits'to Clewiston and Moore Haven. Our I survive. We shall reirtain ever
Mrs Sammy Weaver spent the the graduate school of St. Jo friends through frequent lives were saved by the efforts of grateful for their many kindnesses. .
fturmond Knight Realty Inc. orricK, weekend In Lake Butler, visiting seph's College. her daughter, Mrs R. M. Dish-' two fine men: Ray Leitner of
B.. sage Bi.i.r. n..cii 2010 Avenue E J Wayne Morgan Mrs R. M. Bishop and Mr. and op. Until the past ;year, she has MRS. SALLY BROOM
"'...,*l. B_.. FI...... BlYiera Beach Mrs Ida Garrett of Mentone, Mrs. Moye Bishop have returned been quite active and during her). .
Ala, is visiting her niece, Mrs. from Gainesville where they attended Clewiston visits particularly en
George McGee. and family. funeral services for their joyed fishing trips in the area. She r"
-- Mr. and Mrs Billy Barker of mother and grandmother Mrs. A. had been hospitalized for the past Two-Bedroom Home
Ocala visited his sister, Mrs. Loyas J. Daughtry Thursday Mrs. R. IL two months. | ',',..
,, ,'-:?' September Special Barton, and family last weekend.Mr. Bishop had been in Gainesvillewith Services were conducted at the ;' -
and Mrs k:. C. Mills of her moths; for several weeks. Thomas-WULNsms Funeral Home] with big jalousieU Florida room DE'autifullocatton ,\
50 x 10 Cranbrook Mobile Home Clewiston and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Mr. and Mrs Bill Henry returned Thursday and interment was In the ,
2-Bed Mills Jr.. and children of Indian- to their Clewiston home after Gainesville cemetery. in better residential area.
Fully Furnished 9
town, were weekend visitors at spending the summer months Survivors are three daughters,
Fort Myers Beach. i Iin their home in Red Creek New Mrs Ralph Thomas and Mrs. B. O. shade
Only $3,850.00Price Miss Barbara Francisco and York. Bishop of Gainesville and Mrs.Ralph Lot is 75'xl60'. Fruit and trees

includes set-np & delivery Mrs Geraldine Aman enjoyed Saturday I M. Bishop of Clewiston. House needs minor renovationLot
Among those attending the services
at Lake Worth Beach
also other 2 I
& 3
bedroom models Mrs R. M. Mr.
Wlllard Flfield. of Gainesville, "No Common were Bishop
You Buy For Less At manager of the Florida Agricultur.ai and Mrs. Moye Bishop, Clewiston, alone valued at $2,500()()

Research institute, was a visitor I Grounds For and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bishop, Prompt possession, at
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. in Clewiston Monday en route to Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. M. W.
Miami Beach to attend the Florida I Wilder dewliton. and Mrs. W. B.Duron. .
u.s. 27 YU 22661MOTOROLA I Fruit and Vegetable Association Coexistance"Spratt LaBelle. 8000. Terms.
convention. !j"
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Perry and Tells BPW '
children, Mindy.: John and Wes of I Card of Thanks }
There 1* no common meeting
Jacksonville are visiting relatives $t
in Clewiston for several days. ground on which the Free World "It ii a hard, old. cold: world". J. E. BEARDSLEY
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beardsleyand ,I! and Communism can coexist: said We hear that, or expressions of
Fnmlum+R Mbd Tubetor Mrs and Mrs L. H. Dean are I''J. R. Spratt. speaking to membersof I like kind so often. But the kindnessIn REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKE
d.p.nd.bulq. attending the Florida Fruit and Clewiston Business and Professional some human hearts prove thatit
Vegetable Association convention Wome '. dub at the Inn is a wondeful world in which we Clewiston Phone YU 2.7501

in Miami Beach this week. Mr.I Tuesday noon. live.On
1 Hloh Gda rr.me Grid Beardsley is a director of the asoclation *-'I Spratt recently returned from a Tuesday morning, Aug. 6, re- _
Ge Ten.re and Mr. Dean is FFVA'field tour of the Soviet Union and satellite .-
a'd representative for the 'Glades' countries, in m "People to
area. People" tour of Florida Agriculturists -
under sponsorship of Doyle
Allen H. Markham Okeechobee
Conner, Commiuloner of Agriculture -
county representative and prominent and the U. S. Department of
business man, was in Clewis
ton Saturday on business. Mr.I r
I The Floridians found Soviet
I, the
Markham is one of a group of 12 f.. ,
people dedicated
completely to
men seeking license
their way of life and happy in it CORBINANNOUNCES
3. to operate television channel T, '' JOHN ':
they were told by the Russian ;
I|I ,
Doubt. GUd Automatic people that .
they win turn their ,
Gun Control. Miss Georgia Weetman left Sun-; :, ;
day for Ohio State University at 'efforts now to developing their agricultural :
; (:
resources and building
Columbus, where she is graduate
4. assistant in zoology in the science|1 I 'agricultural! machinery needed. In I t", i'
? department. Miss Weetman who", the past, they have concentratedon
Aach.en.l.d.pubb. received her degree from Wooster I' housing and industrial (and military "
Nodallrar College in June will also start ) construction. THAT LONNIE NORRIS "
work |I The men from Florida were glad Af '
,y on a matter's degree. 1'' .
5. $WIV LS .+ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schick left, when their stay in Moscow: ended,
Smart styli. Monday night to accompany their 'and they came away with a new f
daughter, Sally, to Danville, Va.,1''appreciation of what it means to
where she entered Averett College I j''live in a free world, and what it 1-
From there Mr. and Mrs. Schick would mean to live under Commun 1j
went to National Park NJ., to vis-J: lam They have however, a respect j
it his mother Mrs. Edward Kit 1 for the abilities of the Ruslisas Has Joined the Sales Staff of :- :j J JI
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marter. I Ii| who have concentrated on' I '
$219.95 Charlie R. Young of Athens Ga, 'certain phases of development and j"
23" TV spent the weekend in Clewiston 1 have made progress in them.'whllel I t I II
visiting Claud M.,Gktem and oto-M, 'I ignoring the needs of"' ther areas' CORBIN'S !::; '
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t.s..u.ew..r.t.oSeII'"' usyod er G.friends.H. Brown member of GuffStream Jj believes theJt.fgonnoUfl the Jlle)10r' Sprattl 1 t, .. 4. -.... \ ... ,-11\ ., t. >_ ... .....,..
This great value represents,one of the best buys In Council Boy Scouts of America -!!| i a decade, be.Russians growing enough will, within food'J I And will be pleased to welcome his friends and customers .;

quality Motorola TVs we've had In years. Features attended a board meeting i for all their needs. .
thand-wlred chassis, precision crafted with modem at Camp Tanna-Reetah near Jupiter+i Miss Evelyn Lee Introduced: the in his location I'
hand and dip soldering for circuit connections of Monday evening Plans for the' )speaker, and Mrs. Harriet Zauel new
coming season were made. 11 presided at the
I meeting. There
In and It todayl I
high reliability. Coma see
Mrs. Richard Pape and Mrs. S.j i were a number of guests in at ;
FULL YEAR GUARANTEE C. Fry spent the weekend in Hawthorne -, 1 tendance with the BPW-members.
Mrs. Pape with her mother
tee exchange or
rapalr Manufacturer'of any component one year guarantee proven defective covers' In normaluie.. Mrs. Leslie Snowden, and Mrs. I
Arranged through ailing dealer.Labor extra. Fry with her son and daughter-in- I
law. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fry. II I
Ben Prewitt, son of Mr. and I
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, left recentlyfor WIN A NEW '64 i
Philadelphia, Pa, where he is

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_""'_,"" -'''-'' NotesWhite Patricia Ann Hicks.
ij' II IIf SIx THE CLEWISTON NEWS aewi.bon, Fla.II ly visitation or pleasant sightseeing '' '' Hospital

I Thursday, September 28, 1963r trip. 1""n I Patients Admitted: Whle patients remalnln.
"For this I am grateful Too often Ralph Richardson, Albert Billie, DollIe Hlllls, Morris :

clay bowls from which they ate. such international visits have '! / 1llllIlJllll1lLllli!':' G' Frances Neal Portia Teal, David John Garrett .Juanita
r FULLER'S FOLLIES From the way things looked around been allowed to deteriorate into I would Chrlsyle, Edna Forshee, Glen Neal, rids Ann Hicks, Edna Beet. PI
the old campsite, teeth were worn little more than vacation junkets DEAR MISTER EDITOR: North Carolina that counties Juanita Beck, John Garrett, Doris Glen Neal Rachael J'Ofahet
\ By AL FULLER down from gritting them. for the visitors involved, and the The fellers that writes them ttlg have to quit charging $3 a head al- Tatum, David Rimes, Mrs. Mary Rimes Albert Billie,Bowers, Da
I \ Also found absolute proof; result has been that many times headlines In the daily newspapers tax on mules. The governor"afflictedwith Howard, Clara Smith, Dollie Hillis, lee, Ralph Rlchardaoll 1.o11111e nnl
: I belong to a fanatic group of that we man was able to do opportunities and potential benefits has long ago lost the common lowed as how anybody Rachel Bowers, Morris Rldgdlll, Christie DI
primitive to
idiots who believe there' a great of similar missions have not touch. Ever day we git a steady a mule" shouldn't have
treasure burled in the Everglades something that we can't do, today.relax I I I been fully realized. diet in big black type about the pay a tax on the varmlt. A headline
: Not only do we believe this, but Men today quit working rocker and i i Adams said his proposed itinerary Reds pushing the line a few miles across the top of the Chicago
In the porch I
once we almost found it Except "Well 1 will include a meeting with in Laos, or JFK and Bobby taking Tribune ssylng! "N. C. Cuts Taxes"
the trite excuse you
that our double-crossing metal detector give with ," Well, b1''President Guillermo Leon Valencia : a stand on Civil Rights, or De- would create a sensation This is
went crazy over a burled gosh can't, take primitive it man you could! of Columbia as well as a number Gaulle being! agin this or that, and probable the first real tax cut Announcing the Grand Opening of
beer can instead of what it was of other high-ranking government about onct a week we git a headline In this country since the Pilgrims
I supposed to go crazy over. We saw where men were bur- and business officials in the on how things is going in the landed.
I Either those ancient tribes were led not only with canoes to take principal cities of that nation. British Parliament The Russians has started
far ahead of their times or else them, but with bowls of southern "Dr. Kohly and I also have Actual, this don't sell ao newspapers building a 12 million Embassy Westberry & WaEdronPlumbing
; some other Idiots beat us to the fried turtle to feed colorful them beads duringthe to agreed that the major emphasis on account of the people In Washington. This item was
J 4 site of that centuries-old village journey of our visit will be given to stimulating ain't interested. burled back with the want
!, as wampum in case there
.? We dug for 5 solid hours to fine use was a toll gate One old sport still a cultural and commel'-I Everybody knows toe Reds ads. Aa tight aa them Russians Licensed
the lost treasure. We didn't clal exchange between sea alt with a dollar they was
11"t long had his trigger finger pointed I is always pushing the line a Bonded
find cache of stashed peoples," Adam explained. "In 4 behind with their
j1 any goodies straight out, which undoubtably little here and there. la Cuba now year Insured
but we did enrich ourselves with meant he'd signified "Give me this regard, we intend to seek fer "balance, they got U push- U.N. dues this te absolute
t to: some priceless information one more tor the road. He was tangible and realistic ways of fur- ed Just 50 nllea from Florida. proof the Russians ain't got no Sales and Service
/I For Instance, everyone thinks (till smiling tort of. ther bringing together the bust What do we care about a few idea ef ever dropping a bomben
," that primitive man led a carefree nessmen of Colombia and Florida. miles on Laos?" And with a election Wsablngton. But look where
i\\y ;,' life. Just hunting, fishing and let Money certainly didn't seem tobe "Ibis is a most important consideration coming up next year, JFK and the papers 'ot this Item! 849 East Sugarland Highway
f 11\\+, tnIsquaw.! do all the work. When a problem I doubt if a Hershey for Latin America possesses Bobby has got to take a stand on Then there was this little Items
there wood to be chopped or bar cost more than half a rich and virtually untapped
; Civil Rights about twist a day to burled in back in the papers abouta
i com to be smashed, the old lady clam shell and you were right markets for commerce: And Florida And old De- Contracting Remodeling Repairing
keep the iron hot. Sheriff In Georgia. He run on a
i,, bad to shake a fat leg or get kicked status-quo If you had a necklaceof if she is ever to achieve her
';,, out but good shark's teeth. And if you really true economic potential, cannotEdward's Gaulle has been agin everythingexcept platform that if he was elected 24-hour Service Phone YU 24141 Day or Night
fresh and sunshine
: air ne'd make the county ao dry you'd
)1 Well, found signs that caught abort trying to drawto
we prove got
)! since be took office. Scandals in feller twlct afore
prime a
., Fixtures
this to be a falacy. Tribes of long an inside straight you could Plumbing Galvanized-Pipe Cop-
the British Parlament is nothing be could spit. The bootleggers puta
t ago had about as much of a fightof always sign over a few panther
to what we got in Guvernment hereat time bomb in his car and blowed
I things aa we do now. kins.: per-Plastic-Cast Iron ipe Valves and
home. See what I mean, Mister it to heaven. But the timing was Complete .
For instance, we found a profuse
",,4 amount of broken pottery. Considering how loused up Plumbing RepairReplacements Editor? bad and the sheriff "wasn't in it.
; ,I Shattered clay pots were all over things are today primitive life They waa at least a dozen items The insurance company immed stock of repair parts
certainly had some advantages, Repair burled la the big papers last week lately cancelled the Sheriffs policy
: the place. This alone didn't mean
,' too much until we came across though. No taxes employment that was big headline news and but ha bought hlsself two more Now in Stock-
problems, monthly bills, stoppedup INSTALLATIONS would've sold papers like hot guns and said he didn't need no
skulls close showing signsof
atone :
''I being busted in. And they were sinks, dead car batteries, megaton TROUBLE MASTER .SHOOTING cakes to the average American. insurance. Now these is the kind Crane Fixtures Rheem Water Heaters and Barnes
male skulls because they had that rockets, missing sections of Fer instance, it was decided Sato of items, Mister Editor, that'll sell Pumps
worried crease on their foreheads. the daily paper etc. Call YU 2-6711 I papers. People Just ain't excitedno

Archeologists state that primitive You know, I believe that THIS afford neglect her efforts in more about Laos, DcGaulle and Fred Westberry-Owners-Norman WaldronGO..GO.7.TO
men's teeth were worn down was their real treasure. And by 325 E. Ventura the field of international trade, Bobby
by constant abrasive matter from golly they DID take it with them! particularly with.our neighbors to Yours truly,
the South. UNCLE DAN
;, 'J' : ttlJ;
( Cy Adams Will Spearhead

;E '. f: "' ': WR/y
OAS "GoodwillMi.sion" ,, : OUR ANNUAL


TIME USE HAVEN'T TRIED State Tom Adams has accepted a r

TO USE A CHEAP BALL formal invitation from the Organization f4Jr

POINT PEN .' I Ii spearhead of a "Goodwill America: States Mission"to ff

to Colombia Oct. 814. (

This is the first time in the his-
Cory of the international organlza- ( .C
lon that a state official has been .
invited to represent an individual
tate of the United States on sucha 0
mission. Usually, the OAS conducts MI
relation between national 'r

governments The invitation only came in the form ; I R 0 f OFF OUR REGULAR
of a letter from Dr Marcos A. 'I'
; Drive Slow and Kohly, Regional Director of the r All Items EVERYDAY
i Live 4O
OAS in Miami to the '
State. Secretary ot, --- Listed In Or 0""SELLING PRICES

I Kohly said the purpose of the \\TMsAd'
: proposed mission is to "strengthen
the cultural and commercial ties'
between the Republic of Colombiaand DOOR-BUSTER SPECIALS!
the State of Florida.In ,
accepting the invitation,
32i E SUGARCANEUWVtkfWKTML Adams said, "in my discussionswith Many Sizes and Types! Singles Pairs Sets! EARL YBIRD
t Dr. Kohly. It has been agreed SPECIAL''
that this will be a 'working: mis-
750x14 black tubeless rayon $17.13 _
ion rather than merely a Mend AU-Weather} "
4 800x14850x14 w/w tubeless nylon $24.89 42"
I w/w tubeless nylon 126.25 I \ ,

2 800x14 black tubeless nylon $20.11t y

;; zk anew 1 700x11 w/w tubeless rayon $18.78 $777 t ;

w :__ 'Plq Tn and Old TIn r +, '
idea of 1'N J f
0000ruk! bllctwan Jfype : ,"
tu p ; ,

;/ J/7 8. Gas Ranle'vvvY' ;rf not reCQJ1'P' Pab1e ad f..._._,. recap : t
au.e, add I
,; Quality/ I $2.00


DISCOUNT Discount Specials! F


: : (many Never,beautiful never so i- Close-Out Prices! r 25% to 35% ,

'I : reasons to bring
'hubby in to see
Quantity limited no mere when these are sold!
a range!

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I:, Talk about thm-aavlng feature J Talk 'about beauty, ODD LOTS! 30% "t

j ,, 'quaUtO, value! Hera's the rang ,"'" bean promising
I yourself spanking new from Calorie -
"il I It features) a full ...... oren In a 80-Inch range :. FFt Set of 4 NEW TREADS!
, n
an Ingenious Keep-Warm even system, removable oren and,
. i I) broiler doors for easier. cleaning. It features Thenno-Set ALL te seaad tire beyeex err* "tl. ,
Applied _
AT .,, :
rr. If, fir ''top burners, automata. meat thermometer, predsloa timing rf BIG SAVjr \
I jj I'' controls, precision beat controls, and extra large \ jGS 4
,t I f \' broiler Hit yourself_in_and fan in Ion ,with,roar II""I .r e DP
!f. rang I j, ,; ,, 750x14 !

Ii "I I' POIOmil l ovoi IMILB DOOM1Dont ountu1 4i .

to earew. sooxl4
f uWkhM dean NL:

I wait another day. Came \ Black d x

't and awe tar Broth >pleasanterlyon Plus, tax: and 4 recapp&ble tires 1
kitchen will be with a new I _
L' I Caloric Eeritagc"Amerla'1 1 1ead .
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MAN WANTED to manage and ope Oewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven meet with us at our next meeting,

fKlASSIFIID'ADSIt' crate a retail 'Watkins Route In Thursday September M, 1903 I the fourth Monday night in Octo-

this area. Earnings of $125.00 per ber.

week from the very beginning L. Markham
PHONE YUkon 81201 FOR SALE Write Mr. McOarlty, P. o. Box I E Bond purchases In Florida: dur NEWS
up. Mynah $2.00 WILL KEEP CHILDREN at my 627, Wllliston Florida. ocUOc VISITS August showed a gain over the
RATES: Four cents birds African love laDle Mae Toting. ReporterTltc
I home. Fenced yard Good month of the prior as
birds, care. Fred P. year
insertion. 70 cents monkeys, leadership
word per cages supplies. 341 Atlantic Glee Club under the -
Pet itj have each month since Cvt-
um charge; four insertions boarding. Thompson Wild University of Miss V. Randolph and MissA.
the price of" three Animal Farm. Phone YUkon i J. FOREIGN R At JstA'ts.FOR 1 Service 1962.
tat 1238. WOMAN will take care E. G. Thomas, has started la thigh
tALL of children in home Speaks per. county to gear, for elevation in singing;
I feet English. Can be recommended. especially Soil Conservation term' goal
: is this a
I MAKES 21" USED TV SETS! Can YU 2-6634. SALE: George's HoteL 20 many and appearanc at
Sale Guaranteed $19.93 down $14.0 sept27pFOR rooms furnished. A bargain. YU County District ElectsThe The officers for 1963-64 are

misceUaneousJo'r per month. LAKE APPLIANCE 21951. Box 1253 dewlston, :Flor aw the l.r, Soil Conservation follows:
Hendry Fran-
CO.. YU 2-7151. Eugene Battle president;
being made
Paul Akin ida. Jan2 citrus Board of Supervisors un cello Kingcade. vice president;

SALE': 1959 Chevrolet Im- KENT DEMAND GREATER THAN new Lawrence approved slate of nom Joyce A. Scott secretary; Vernita

R Six cylinders new tires. AIRBOAT FOR SALE: 65 hp Con- EVER for houses acreage bud- of citrus as submitted by the nomlna :Ward assistant secretary; Mary
.. .
committee to be placed on the --
Unental. -- --
1 down payment, balance aJlad1 Contact Fry Hardware tic nesses. We have customers wal the Lewis, treasurer; vjju .u.A -"--"
financed. Can YU 2-342L tic maList your property with us. for the conung; Supervisor s business manager; and Janie Mae>
FOR discussing
r SALE: Baby parakeets ,lust SLEEPING ROOM for rent $10.00 J. E.: Beardsley. Ph. YU 2-750L lems. to be held October 10. Young, reporter.

BUGGY FOR SALE: off the nest Some rare Corb per week for steady renter. tic Those nominated were: Richard Miss Glee Club is Carolyn Gall

Oidsmoblle motor dual 12:50 Farm and Ranch Supply ocU7c; Phone YU 2-3694. oct17: Pape and Joe M. Hendry dew- Pope and her attendants are Ester

Lf., Contact Fry Hardware tic HORSE FOR SALE: Gentle REAL ESTATE: Savings ; Clyde C. Helms of LaBelle: Kingcade and Mary Wlnslett
mare FOR RENT: Furnished apartment H. G. Atchky of Felda. Two
Excellent 142 W. O'BISPO. Unfinished Steel. Hendry purchasing1robes.
for This term we are
.OR SALE Payroll envelopes, children. Call YU New kitchen. Three Phone in E these will be elected to
2-7451 after rooms masonry house. Will sell as Is $45,083 men first activity for raising
2 Our
wtih form for social p.m.
.eJI'I11. octI7c YU
prated and 2-3421. tic or complete to buyers speclflcatlons. of U. S. a four year term of office. for the robes was Friday
withholding! other de- money
FOR SALE: Annuals. Exclusive? month period All Qualified electors residing
Flower and 6 W. sponsoreda
Box 01 500. dewistonOfflce. FOR night Sept.
jctions.! RENT: New pianos $3.00 per NOR E-4 bedroom frame district shall be eligible!
vegetable plants In individual 1963. This w. the Sadie Hawkins Dance at the Recreation -
eel peat pot Corbin Farm and Ranch month. Trombones $6.00 month S10.000. cent over vote in this election. Polling pla o- Center. Our guest band
Supply. Cornet $6.00 month. Also accord NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame. State will be announced next week.
24" Belle
OB SALE: Reel octI7c lane Banjos, Guitars was the Sensational from
[ riding mower with fibre Mrs. Ben Santord $9,000. seeking help from,
type Koldrldge Music Center. YU 24781oCUTc ACREAGE as available. Glade. We are
lasj catcher. One 21" tele- toward this project U
pass all agencies
sioa LaByer's MoteL YU 2-2891 Mrs. H. C. Avant bath frame home. Hardwood NewsEvents you can help please don't hesitateto

tic Busines'SerVices I floors. contact A. A. Thomas principal

FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and 325 FHA HOMES in Broward., Palm Miss V. Randolph, :Miss A. E .G.
OR SALE: Sarlo lawn mower. trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp I Beach and Dade counties, v.rl- Colored CommunityMRS. Thomas or Eugene Battle.
Runs good ISO. YU 2442L YU 2.11SL
tic I ous sizes and prices. Small cash The only performance this term
tic ) Colored News
payment has been our appearing on the
'1'19 SUPPLY OF SCRATCH SERVICE. Carlthen : duplex FOR RENT Efficiencies and administration chapel program. We
2 &
PADS are ready.; Newt office. Radio & TV Sales with service Carport.3 bedroom. Air conditioned. houses as available. passed in Detroit Mich. Mr. plan to do more out of town per
Nickell One block
Building 108 Bond : west of hospital.
Street Over 1.000 vacant lots to select
G. D. attended both funerals and formances.If
dewlston Fla. Phone YU 2-644 collect Kennedy Con from for aU purposes.. Various home. at.any time you would like to

YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic Florida.structlon 844-6351.Co.. Inc. Lake Park prices. Terms.INVPSIMENT. executive clan are proud to hear that 141'1. hear us sing, please feel free to
J. 0. Davidson tic AND INCOME
Morticians K. Adams Is convalescing call on us.

Real Estate BLUM & SONS PLASTERING FOR RENT 2 and S room fur 1360 PROPERTY.MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Tuesday. At at her home.

Very Best Work Dished apartment Phone 2-127L elected to many friends of Mrs. Thel- CHURCH NEWS
Exclusive Listings! CBS construction $25,000.
We Save You Money tic LONG TERM low interest, farm. elation and Zeigler are delighted to hear New Bethel AME

Office open 0 AM.-0 P Jl Dally Pestering Simulated Stone cane, grove and ranch mortgages committee. she Is feeling much improved .'1'. L. Holmes Pastor
ud Sunday. Stucco -Free Estimate FOR RENT Trailers and Trait minimum 150,000. previously this time. Sunday School. 9:30: a., m.

Licensed and Insured er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer LISTINGS NEEDED to a district are sorry to hear that Mr Morning Service 10:55: a.m.

For SaleTrade 25 Years In Business Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic J. M. LANKFORD First Regional Hardy Is ill and confined Evening Worship, 7:00: p.m.

equity in $13,000 horn 3850 Lora Street FOR RENT Furnished Ber. Real Estate Broker quarters at Belle Glade Memorial hospital Choir Rehearsals Wednesday and
in Ft Lauderdale for dewisto Fort Myers. Fla. tic Call YU 2-6881. tic 530 East Sugarland Highway George P. Hardy is a faithful member Thursday evening.

property. improved or unim150' ED /-0171 or OX 4-2874 Alvin Zauel Fire Auto and GeneralInsurance Beach Dean : New Bethel AME church. Pray; The annual Men's Day celebralion

jroved. eral and get well wishes are sent was held Sunday, Sept 22.
Hwy 27 frontage Inside Kentucky Home ROOMS FOR RENT Call 1"... YU 2-2181 into the
YU dewlston. Ph. way for an early recOvery. The full day's schedule was carried
limits of
rid dewlston. May be Bernard R.
purchased whole or part.S Mutual Life Ins. 24881. ticWANTEDROUSEKEEPERt Pierce is and Mrs. Ellison McGlothen out by the men. All services were
lures of cane within % mile ONE OF THE SOUNDEST IN which extends returned after motoring to inspirational and informative. Captains

of Lake and U.S. 27. THE COUNTRYI! lOSt & FOUNDFOUND previously had ., Miss., for the funeral in charge of finance were

AT YOUR S1RVICI miscellaneous Wanted I&U. Bahama, .. of his brother. Mrs. Gen J. H. Hardy W. E. House Elbert

TrailersReduced Sybil Cecil Rev. Rogers accompanied them on their Allen Warren Corbett Lee Jen-

tins, Robert Mathis, Leroy Williams
for quick sale Peer 342 W. Sagamore Ave. CHARM BRACELET in er Sunday regret very much to hear Rogers Wllhlte J. W. Cooper
less 10'xJO' Trailer and 4 land- e4111n Car midget league park. Owner may Bethel AME.
wiped lots. 10,800.: Financing ----I' for children live in home Coo- identify and pay for ad. L Blount, don will be Mrs. Pleas Henry is ill and and Dan Lumpkln. Total financial -

arranged. SINGER SEWING MACHINE tact J. R. Varnum 603 E.Trlnlr: YU 2-3643.. Itp Being Lost"HARLEM to the Belle Glade Mem- receipts for the day was
1958 58 10 wide 2 bedroom representative will be .t.Old- dad after 5 p.m. octSp Hospital. Friends are hoping $560.00. Special soloist for the day

Small down, assume payments dens Furniture Store each Friday. STOLEN:. Registered redbonedhound I she will soon recover was, J. R. Roole Jacksonville.

4 City lots, paved street, fenced,, For parts sales service stop.in .WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to call Named BlmBo. Weight I .. Estelle Craig has returned

well and pump septic tank and or caUYU 26721. tic regularly each month on established 100 lb!. Marty Waldron Phone YU I Sunday at 2 Bembry S. C., where she at SCHOOL NEWS

patio for House Trailer. 10' :I Studio Girl Cosmetics clients 3-1561, 'I ..... oct7c following the funeral services of her The Hendry County Progressive t
95' Trailer included-Jota! price SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cur 111 and around dewiston making 1 ft W.Athletic She also visited her moth Teachers' association has commen-

(4000. and take* over Trailer tom 'made: Compltfe 11De- 01 neeessary-deMveriiJ.! S tars Public bet schools, and'other relatives while In ced U'. third term with Inspiration

payments. Terms to right party drapery and slip cover fabrics. hours per, day.Route will pay up Notice Hardee Carolina. educationally humanly and spirit

IOx50, 1963 sllghty used call. Free estimates Call YU 2-5831. to ".00 per hour. Write STUDIO Wauchula; ually.
er, 600. Down. Take Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand GIRL COSMETICS Dept 73939 N over pay H ndry County Board of Pub- High Arcadia; The officers are the same this
ments. Upholstery tIe Glendale, Calls sept 26c lie Initructlon will accept i..l.d da School for J'R.: PTA NOTES term as of last year. They are as
--- bIb until:00 pm, October 10 U", keechobee first meeting for the 196344 follows
......... for the following lurplui o of PTA held :
Exchange Monday
: war
or Sale !.errrrar rrrrrrr rrrrrrrnrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsii Item 1. Bus No. ft, 1161 ford Okeechobee; H. L. McKlre, president; Mrs
with W.rn. body, 4t-pii>enceri. Sept. 23. The group assem- '
Moore T. J. 1
ington Sanders v e president
Travel Trailer Item S. But No. II IKS International ; ;
19 ft Self Contained churls with W High in the library where the meet- F', J. Bryant '
(may be jrn ver ; recording secretary;
perked anywhere) Shasta Travel i BUSINESS DIRECTORY i! body.It.m I0-p.. OMO....n chaiili.n' only, 10pK ethune! High : was opened with devotion con Has V Randolph financial secre- I

Trailer. Brand New. Trailer .n .r, ltd (originally partof endry, by Rev. Leroy Holmes tiny; F. Jones, parliamentarian;
wept four, has gas appliances. bus No. 10) nominating committee was ap- Miss A. E. G. Thomas
The new : Datalltd >p.olflo>tlon< and bid ton.The I
price Is
by president for the
over $3,000.-
M. form. on fll. at the office of the following The committees are as follows: ,
Owner will trade for Superintendent I
prop of Publlo Instruction, of officers Rev. Holmes
erty, Jmproved : LaHelU Florida I acted: Constitution: Mrs. T. J. Sanders,
or unimproved I
IW may be purchased for cash BO1TLEDGAS The board *..".. the right toaccept Mr. Williams named chairman of the group chairwoman, W. L. Fancy Mrs. I i
EVINRUDE I the b..t bid serving with him
and Dennis
Area! bargain Call for detaJJj. any and all bid. reject thune High : are S. Humphrey, Jr.. Mrs. B. S.Oroso ,
BOARD OF PUBLIC Mrs. Lena Scott Mrs. 1'
!Appliances R. R. Gamble, ; Mrs. C. Reddlck.
NRTRUCTION OF HBNDRT Mae Jones and Prof. A. A.
Income Sales I and Service COUNTY G. C. Harris : Declamation Miss A. E: G. 1
location for 7-11 store in Pa- Sales-Service J.and homer Bible, Superintendent' S. Humphrey ; The committee very Thomas, chairwoman; Mrs. T. J. I
Secretary to the Boarddept. made their selections in
hoteL New and Used Meters cw sst Thomas Sanders S. Humphrey Jr., Mrs.

Riling' Station alto in Belle Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION SS, 1MI owles, ; adjoining their room. The> body ac E:. E. Tlsdale Mrs, D. B. Hffl.

Glade. Parts sad AeeesserleaMarine Burrows, ; the report unanimously Dramatics Mrs. M. I. Black.
NOTICE G.mbel. following officers were chairwoman, J. L. Miss f
COP license Bar and Safety Equipment September If IKS, after this day to serve in the mentioned Morgan I
" I will not be lion committee.The F. J. Bryant I
"age. doing excellent bust pheae YUke S-8311 nsponilbl for debt I
ess. Incurred by other than my- for the next two years Financial
ITagler Beach, Fla. self. anyone new drive: L. T. Bender
Excellent block of colored rental R. E. WALDRON CALLCOLLECl' BARNEY WILLIAM ed the Glades Mrs. Annie Mitchell: son, chairman; C. Burrows, Miss ,I l j

;PftV. South Bay WY 64921HENDXT Sept 19.'I 11*. Got a. lOis.Glides The annual presldent Mrs., Mrs. Louise Canty G. C. Harris, Mrs. W. L. Davis. I
five small apartments red- conference will : L. Morgan. !
'Iced for quick .... Furnished WALDRON'S COUNTY cademy's ', Mrs. J. S. Gajadha' : Music Festival: Miss A. E. G. I

'n8 financed, Title & Abstract Co. Roofing Co. meeting of this Rev. L. Holmes; Parlia Thomas, co-chairwomen and Miss

J acres on u.s. 27. 180 front- MEATS'AND GROCERDES Title Abetraetp-TW lorarasw* AO Types ef Reef scald November 10 at H. L. McKlre. Randolph.
''It with Pablle Sheet Metal Well School in the close of the meeting: the Spelling Bee
and excellent Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. 8 p.m. BtoMtrapberFheleeeprtag W. L. Fairley.
' Weekto New Ceastraettssi at made a tour of the
lvtof PwOeattn new chairman
quarter This is a clean Six Days a ; W. J. Scott :Mrs. C.
" "table Bridge St and Park Are.LaBeOe Repair Jibe room and the new Home Reddick.
opportunity for the
TUESDAY) Fla.' ,p. O. Bex Ml room. These
"fwis making for quality and (CLOSED OBaareIM1 Pbone.27111I The many rooms Welfare Hospitality: :Mrs. M. R.
:! with the modern and
acome. share their ) nee- IcCray.. chairwoman; F. Jones
Fur Your Spur of Moment Picnics For prompt'Efficient: er Ereatnta the loss of his eqquipment are great assets Mrs. T. J. Sanders Mrs. W. L.
a..a'i property school and community..
who passed in avis. W. J. Scott
"tonnatlon" regarding Bim21 Four Mfles East of Oewistoa. Home deliveryOF I FLA. his sister Mrs. .. Lee and her Home Eo class Welfare Projects: Mrs. B. S. .

* tf or desired other Bahamian p r0p Bare Beada THE Hl*>n IIDALD a delicious repast that Orso chairwoman: 1.1"/ Bender-
Flight to 81mJI enjoyed by the large
. group son, Mrs. N. M..
once each week from West Call Bobby Giddens t. We Lee Mrs. M. L
'' expecting to'nttvHser
1bn Beach. you Black. Miss A. E. G. Thomas.

keel IaIu4Ezclualve prpery '

Gulf front .t 200. Attention Cattlemen I ,
or front foot. 4Nan Farmers Cane Growers and NOOK Harlem Club

Retort is the time /to ...-...te -- Your Favorite Mixed Drink
motel and dress shop. For That New Look ,
.tracUve term. Flight !Inspec- rear debts wilt a .leaf tern fares 1.00K'TO THE FUTURE .... strjta* CatUa* I Cocktails'Vied '

)Q of Sanibel weekly.Acreage. tin, kv. Interest rates, wilt WISELY PLAN N. Appehrtswrt.. Chicken Sandwiches: !
HJay sad Saturday Recorded Music Popular Band

.fe4eraJ.LancJ Bank MS FINANCING tmttrn Salee. rnorieUr I Mr. and Mrs. WIll Wallace j I: ,

''stall 1200,acres of highly Improved see *r Write A Lew Cert Farm Mertfaf. M FreprJetenEfficient :

'L$ and s land. 880 acres to Jan- ,W.B.MAZWalea fJDMAL: LARD ANK MAN I I II
IUeL .r WSft Fib CaakA' t*J:| vPretK '. Grocery .
and : BdIIq ..... f
illlted ; lies qg e debts.Flees. I VI
fib'1Ia i pear hb bftBrade..to.. 1>TerMaTampa i fP. tarsIsgnvemeai. stew Fresh Meats and Friendly;

d 1a traced hu el1a.caW. ,,, .., - lwid mielire. sad IeIIaIL -..., Vegetables Wa want Your Busineaa .I

JI: >Dew trJle.Ud Nex areu,hardtop fenced ; Aesil M' :otaaeN" yctar.yllTef I Drinks Essential Items We aim to satisfy; I .

''.11I1.7' rod l front at prop Tribune : eapttar fade la* tie fark< > Appreciate Your Patronage Allen's) Lawn Service i
7. sad Mr .
This _fli t pkeecbobee ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Ttersiea BBtesi J
IIDtJ Pasture, land can be -.| BAS ALL TtHsn ADVANTACUV> I'IwIIdICen ,. YTJkeaS434BbeH $ :
UCbt'\ _, tllO.OQ. n.; > ,Cs-,,,, .nnv pi ;, ;j-.it. lWWi.artf lr' Aaem Jr., rrepeleter I
doWII ten Myers
andr balance In ,
:u'I. -. issaee isms Sap to It plan). .
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Call. me ;la.
4. Pair pepey ype1iMg.e wMbe/ .
Frank J>emneacJ 0. CAMPBELL .. ..... ........ by ......p1e.. Ss a.tu' ELITE GROCERYGroceries a

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!lee aerwApnas ljttr Geesadsse W .. .lIAr; Mgr ..DOYJ. E. ABBOTT Fresh Heats School Supplies


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I:' J Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qewlstan, 110., carryover records of trials pre- C of E Rejects was the found Okeechobe that commercial Waterway traffic is increasing i Church of God Corporation

j Thursday, September 26 1963 I II viously held.reassembling The location of of factsto witnesses .! on particularly as to the I Begins Weekly In Sugar Growing
the In
Denaud Bridge size of barges and tugboats utilizing Radio ProgramThe recent reports from the
I Ipltals. I present the caw and refreshingof of Secretary of offIce
: : the waterway In addition, it State TwuAd
I State Attorney As a Chamber, the attorney memories as to actual happenings I With 80 Foot SpanA was found mat all bridges con- Church of God en South Pacific two new corporations (Continued from Page One) urged the appointment of a committee presents almost an (insurmountable proposed bridge at Fort Den- structed across the Okeechobee,, Avenue will begin a series of and Hendry counties were l1md
,I to work with city; and county problem. As a result awl across the Caloosahatchee River Waterway since 1941 have provided, weekly radio broadcasts this Sun I' LeeCane, Inc., Evelyn Scott :
I the state, and all circuit court matters : law enforcement agencies untold number. Of convicted: : criminals (Okeechobee Waterway) has horizontal clearance of 90 feet day morning, Sept 29 at 7:45: until Major Lee, dewlston, and Suu.b4.
la the eight county; area. these men are so often forgottenuntil will be released from prison. been turned down by the Depart with one exception and that one' 8 a.m This program is being sponsored cane Harvesting Inc., D. C.
Schaub noted that his office bad someone's toes Directors, both new and holdIovn ; tandJ. E. CUct
they step on of 89.8 feet" I by local individuals.The Trlerson,
ment of the Army it was announc- had a clearance Cew1stoa
712 cases In thU circuit, with will elect new offclera at the b4
prosecuted replaced
then they are local congregation Invitesyou Roer..t Weeks. Moore
500 convictions 48 acquit.all regular Chamber luncheon Tuesday\ today by the Army, it was announc- In view of these facts, Colonel j Bavea,
Setting ; need active
another man. ;your listener
to become a regular
and thee admitted to state bosDid support, both in local problems at the Cliwlston Inn. Englneers In Jacksonville. Parfitt said, the final] determination of this The church choir I FAST CROWDS
I Colonel H. R. Parfitt. district by the Department of the program
and especially poor legislative will be singing, and special groups Studies at
in engineer, said the State Road Department Army was that the bridge acrossthe ; of Ftou
bills that are presented Sheriff Makes
: will be featured. Rev Joe V have shown that
bridge would have provided waterway providing only young A
the Tallahassee lark of and interest passed by, because voters In of Report To Kiwanis a horizontal clearance of feet clearance would not meet the I man, pastor win be the radio Cole-I,I I octopus two weeks may double Its wiZi*
A. ister.
i, ; that phase of legislation.! Sheriff Earl Dyess gave a summary only 80 feet between fenders reasonable needs of the present:
of the operation of his office and future navigation on the wat-
; : The attorney also noted, that to- "A considerable number of communications
day's TV programs Perry at the luncheon meeting of the 1 both for and againstthis terway.; I
Mason and Sam Benedict tendto Clewiston Kiwanis dub Wednesday I bridge, were received," Cot "Therefore" Colonel Parfitt said,IE
a create the image that law en at the Inn.Dyess Parfitt Bald "A very careful Investigation "the application of the Florida t I
forcement agencies are a well oil'', who was Introduced by I was made by the Corpsof State Road Department has been
ed machine which steam-roller the Earl Morrison, noted that the budget -! Engineers at all levels and It denied."
You Know? Innocent This, he said Is entirely I for the- HendrY- County Sheriffin
false. The State in presenting Its I 19S9 was $58,000.: with $33.334 I -
You can Ret case must prove every word and being refunded to the commissioners ,
charge as presented or the case from the fine and forfeiture and
Bar-B-Q to GO! Is thrown cue even a slip of other funds. | John
Dr. R. Earman
the lip In a statement or by a witness The 1962-63 budget was $1 ,500'; 1
Old South Offers falling to give positive testi-- with an estimated $68.614 being tee I
mony. The State has no appeal, turned at the end to this fiscal Orthodontist ,
Chicken Catfish while the defendant can go on to ;year or a total cost to the county I
higher courts. I taxpayers of $40,885. The department -
:, Dentistry for Children
Schaub referred to the recent has grown from a three mangy j t
Rib Dinners Supreme Court decision, commonly! operation in 1959 to a staff of six '1 f;'"'<
referred to as the Gideon Case, I deputies, 2 radio dispatchers, and .Awl J/
I the of his officein
'an office den services Include announces opening
where the court ruled that all defendants ;
Packaged to got I in capitol cases must have I a 24-hour deputy patrol and 24-1 I fli
counsel. and the bill was made hour office clerk; a rescue squad, the office of Victor C. Mulberg, D.D.S. tr"i
I:; Seconds if you ask. retroactive. Thus there are pre organized in 'LaBelle; an ambulance \\fIi'o'
sently 4,000 Inmates in Florida for county; use; a new jail
I Come in and place your prisons seeking new trials, some! has been built with a capacity of I 224 S. Main Street aY
order or of which were originally tried 5, 86, a substation has been set up I t _
.,,' 10 and 20 ;years ago in Clewiston and will be manned In; Belle Glade Fla. Phone 996-2762 IN FLORIDA
Phone YU 2-9322 The attorney noted the problemhe the near future; the department I
I' '.'; is confronted with in his circuit has 4 marked patrol cars equipped
and your order will be in most cases there are with radio. I
new sheriffs and no records are The sheriff asked for assistanceof
: ready when you arrive. available of the original trial; In residents in notifying his department slowly by a centuries-old natural proem,beer Is
his particular office there were no or any agency when law vio-l I Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light,sparkling
lators are seen, to help stop the Let's Go Bowling this weekendPlenty ,delicious.
,: ..\" Increasing death on the bJhway..1 And naturally,Rorlda's Brewing Industry Is proud of ths millions
of dollars It contributes to Florida's economy Florida's
Deborah Blew Out to Sea- At Convention I of lanes available for open bowlingat 6 brewers, 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers

Of Funeral Directors all time, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Mondayall employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of
days and all evenings. $195,000,000. Money made In Florida, spent In Florida In
If the next storm heads THIS way, will David H. PaUlson and Mrs Elsie' Florida, beer belong...enjoy It.
Ii Y. Flitch, of Pattison Funeral
: ,; ; I your insurance coverage be adequate? Home attended a three-day meetIng GLADES BOWLING LANESon
of the Florida Funeral
Association held in Route 80 South of Belle Glade
''f"" ." Better check.your policies now-after latter part of the week.

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[ No., 1 1- Off-Year Election '

Ltor'i Note: The following explanation of the provision of the Two Sections Ne
The iston
KA amendment to the Florida constitution, on which voters will ws
was furnished the I
-November 8. newspaper by Secretary of State 12 Pages
fTAdams/ the cabinet official charge of elections In Florida PurK .
the amendment to to provide for electing Florida's governor

Kjt tfrther being important elected.Secretary official In the years In which the U.S. ,President VOLUME 36 NUMBER 39 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1983 Return Postage Guaranteed. See.345.3, PJ1 -Sub crlption 14.00 year

I I .mendments of which State.Adams wm be, has provided explanations ballot of, and the these other Tiger Cheerleaders Parole board
succeeding aues.j
lunations wlU be published in ) j


I nit proposed constitutional amendment would transfer to the Service with added staff

Iffrttf!! ," or nonpresldentlai year, the election of Florida' highest

t officials the Governor Secretary of State, Attorney General Tallahassee Florida to readyto breeding bed for grime" he said. tiara of probation andttwrole for
Insurer, Comptroller Superintendent of Public Instruction and Com I extensive to ,the first
; reclaim first offenders and mkdemeanor "It throw youngster and first more help
Lsfoner of Agriculture. To accomplish this change the amendmenrJaei cases from criminal: : offenders and previously harmless1\offenders. Ha pointed*,to(the specialized
C for an Initial two-year term for each of these officials begin [contamination in county jails law Violator into close association I : field? of'.c.rJme; ] brought
in 1965. After that time they would be elected to regular fourar ,through probation and parole sr- with the, hardened criminal type I about by narcotic, by alcohol and

| terms. ),vices, Roy W, Russell chairman whoWten are confined there for I I by mental and emotional, quirk,
I The Governor elected'to the two-year term In 1964, would be of the Florida Probation and Parole months while their own case are as weD as sexual offenders, as
,pitted!to run for a full four-year term In the 1966 elections. Th reii Commission told the State disposed of. 1 opening up great new opportunities
,ainat Cabinet in a year-end report "This is a. condition generally for human..reclamation! in
KeJuelvei would be In effecttdrlaasiix other Cabinet officers, howIj g- I "The Commission today to pro-, admitted by; those charged with which the Parole Commission Is
Would be permitted to continue to succeed themselves In office. !ividlng additional professional *er- law enforcement and human re-1 able to bring .specialized treat
Lents\ of the Amendment !I vices to county judges in misdemeanor clamation andas*? first step In ment to bear on those who can: be
case*,'* he said "The law correcting the situation, counties restored to useful places in society.
'gave' this Commission such authority are beginning to establish juvenile *
I i. It is a nonpartisan election reform which has been adopted
i 21 years ago but it has only detention homes for boy and girls
I b1 a majority of the states. Major state with strong two-par. Russell: will be succeeded"
been. in the last few months that who must be confined until they
I which have switched i
to the
tJ.yatem. off-year elections for top chairman on October 7, the birth
I official Include New York, California CHEERLEADERS MAKING THEIR FIRST OewUton appearance are we have been provided with either are convicted and{sent to
state Michigan: and Pen. '
I ihelia libel Cindy Allen Jackie Goldman Linda Johnson and Jan enough staff to begin expandinginto first offender matituUonl.lor acquitted day of the 22-year-old commission
Wilson; standing, Barbara Zemonek Sara Je Cato Mary Beth Fry ,I this vast realm of the mis and, released." by Raymond B.: Marsh. ,.
I 2. Placement of the elections of the Governor and Cabinet in eaptam Sandra Pace Janice Carlln and SaD7.0l1&1lllnL ne'rla are demeanants., many times more The typical county jall he added
I the off-year wouldcreate; : more Interest,In off-year elections, directed by Mrs,_Janice. Hllf. Staff Photo(numerous" than those. convicted of Is about. good a* most( of the To relieve the Initial shock ofcapture
I thereby.... .tending stimulate,_ a greater tutoout of voters.. Tradluonauy felonies. public as taxpayers 'are willing to
n., balloting w the eft-year has been Russell saw of the : sharks taken for exhibitat
extremely low because as one prime provide ands one of the last
of the small number of Important offices at stake. For Punt, Pas And Sharyn Torbert> Wins new functions of the commission remnant of the old penal system Marineland of Florida are calmed : -
example only 939,207 votes were cast In the 196 off-year elections ff the supervision of those confined which had no better cure for crIme: : with a sedative. The drug to
compared to 1,544,180 In the presidential-year elections Kick ClinicThe Beauty Titles in MaineMiss to county jails but who qualified I than to lock up those caught and sprayed over the gill and will
of 1960. for parole-type release "The average convicted. knockout a 400 pound shark in a
dewiston Recreation Department -I Sharyn 'Ann, Torbert.'I county jail usually to a I Russell also pointed to the fu- minute or less.Corbin's .
3. By separating the major state and national elections, this in cooperation: with Hen- daughter of SMSgt and,Mrs. Met
proposal would give the voters a better opportunity to study the dry County Motors Inc., will hold I vIn Torbert. is the new Queen of
merits of the individual candidates. It also would help prevent a Punt. Pass and Kick Clinic at I the Maine High School Talent Pag
nonqualified candidates from riding Into state office on the the high school football stadium,leant. and placed third in national
cost tails of a momentarily-popular national personality this Saturday, Sept. 28, at 2:00: competition at Asbury Park, N.J Does It Again!

p.m, with Joe Bundy Bob Baker in late August ., I II
4. Separation of the state and national elections also would and Ernie Hill, dewtoton High I I II
give the voters a better opportunity to scrutinize the state and I Sharyn to Judged to be the pret-I
School the
coaching staff teaching
national Issue at stake In the elections. The Issues at stake in fundamentals. tlest and most talented high school ,
the two levels of government are almost !Invariably separateand o d in Maine She is It year RoseoRamaSaturday
distinct and can be better considered by the voters apart All boys 8 through 11 years of old, a student at Danger High I;
from each other age are urged to attend. An eleven,School where she is a junior, .
year old boy must not reach his12th !Her poise, beauty, talent speech .1>.,<.. "",'
5. It would shorten the presidential-year ballot which to far ,
[ modeling ability helped her
birthday/ by December 29, 1963,
too long for intelligent voting. In several counties, the ballot
to be eligible to compete.A /win the state Championship.NI.
Is so long that two voting machines are required to accommodate I "

the entire alate candidates., 7-year-old boy who will attain .S-A-L-E'

6. It would give Florida increased strength in determining the age > by December 29,.1963,,may '
course of national party politics because our Governor the natural compete as an 8yearold.The .
leader of the state delegation at party conventions would
of the clinic is
still be politically strong at convention time instead of a "1Imeduck" purpose : to
in the waning months of his term. Such leadership,would help prepare the boys for the -
PP&K which win beheld f
in the selection of nominees compeltlon
give Florida more. influence party M
the 12th of October Each boy
and platform.
will compete only in his age. group.'Yesterday'spioneertoday's ..'
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Haven, Conn., at the age of six, y .i! 1
when she was named "Little Miss .y..r -
America of 1980";'- i
She has made television appearance : .
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II Lancaster Guy Mitchell Les Paul I: "
I I and Mary Ford. While her dad +.. ."b'
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i j she learned Spanish dancing aDd
to play the cllt& eta: These talents j
I helped her win a talent showat A Real Now Is
Ladd AFB. Alaska. ; 'I
After 38 years of dependable service, we're changing our name, but that all!
ownership.just aD easter-for- After the family moved to
No change in lDADAement.rvice personnel, or ,
Maine she was named "Mis Junior

you change of our /firm name to our famous product name I TROPIGAS means Majorette of Maine". Bargain The Time\ 4
-at alwaya-better product knowledge the best LP' I"
expansion to meet Florida's growing demand for TROPIGAS. from High School next year t' .
are to attend college, and part of; For You I
To Plant I
TROPIGAS INC. OF FLORIDA her tuition will be paid for by tbeSpol1lOl'l :
of the Maine High School

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This is ten more
different sizes.
Graceful inns
offered for
models than Chevrolet
i'' I Newest mole malttt its botc- 19C3 and the greatest number the in 1964 Chevrolet
J offered in a
Chevrolets Chevelle Malibu SS CoupeN single division year.Included has. ever

will be the industry'
only all-new car for 1964-the Che
velle. This much discussed com- k
bination of beauty, quality, per-
formance and distinction 1* sized
i' between the regular Chevrolet and
Chevy II.
i ii All Chevrolet's five lines of 1964 a
'I cars have styling'and engineering
; lm r veme'atS which teamed with
the Increase tf models and options
i -allow the customer to tailor a car
to his particular reqquirements a*
r ; never before.
"We expect the broad diversityin ;
our 1964 cars to win the custom.er .
votes needed to continue Chevrolets
N traditional industry leadership -
," Wells said.
Following are the highlights of
the five members of Chevrolet's

1964 "family." Tb. rich loxarloni ippctrine .f tk. 1K4 sp.rkgng celor.kee4 I.tnion u4 a cWet"
REGULAR' CHEVROLETS -Extensive Impala Sport Crap (above) blends Ck.tr.Wt'i 1. power leans will be aetd .. 8fpttllbe. I
new styling .Is evident in trtditioiuirr! treM body Dafl with smart Mir when theM.sew an are Iat..IIM at pe1Ay
styling both front end rear la Edition, many ...lfnhl.... Impale Super Sport
__ ___ __ __ the regular Chevrolet line, again aedela r_
n_ __ MW medasleal,"ata.a& CMBled. with MW aclllI.tabi. bucket seats sad a now ceattr .
t stressing the big car luxury which cemey
t Newest A'Mbr fily of U th the. t:wilt"II.,.,Cbevnktpassenger Although .I fin.. ear feel .f&S a Sport fill-sli Coup* luxury( ear.above Tao) has mad is so popular. aDd good taste In a total of 9 model sports ear fresh from Its most Monza, Spyder, an Super I
I t I II it tachM ah."" and 2.4 Incbc rr"wer than I fII tee IIMlil1a T IU aodcb" II :torn b* In CHEVELLE Chevrolet's nest In two stries-th Nova and the successful year In 1963- continue' and Impala hardtop uA
._p.rabl O..r.lt aM.1I. the ChrvtlU.. offer dealcnhlp'beginning September 26.Tho ChcTtUo automobile, line for 1964 embodies 100 aerie the famed design of Its two StingRay able models. One other
i i virtually. .U ho interior NomincM and Booth I I.offered In the M.Ulu.Malibu SS and WO SerUi. a distinctive: styling and will be CORVAIR Entering its fifth models, the convertible: and ,Riverside Rod Is l.bIt
I in three the sport coupe for 1964. on Corvette. .
offered in 11 models series year the Oonralr will continue: Its
: I: ......,Two 'TflE CUCWX5TON NEWS dewiiton. Ha. cess in 1954 by offering he widest I -the topof-the-llne Malibu/ Super important place in the Chevrolet:+; For 1964 Chevrolet offer its .Extended habrlcttion ipiJ
I 1111'( 1 'Thursday: September !9, 1M3 Section Two'I I choice of automobiles in its his Sport the Malibu and the 300.CHEVY lineup by appealing to a group of customer: a choice: of 14 new Mg- feature all Chevnieti II i
f. Introduced U In its third yearon buyers who like something sportier I I,I lie Mirror exterior colon] plus 11 Recommendedm chassis kilt
:' : at '"Chuck" Wen the market, the Chevy U continues : and lei conventional in,a man two-tone combination: In addition Is every ',CIOG miles or all!?
'I Rogers'Stupects Grand Opening Motor Co., today, 'Thursday: Sept its popular blend of small car. I I, a special color Goldwood Yellow and engine oil chinjj tie1
26, will W 43 new models in five car handling, roominess, economy|I I CORVETTE America' only i[ is available exclusively: for 1 miles of 60 days.
i Russian Trawlers

'I; ; I Congressman Paul Roger call Anniversary ,At I

for dally air and ta patrols] of anUS I

II Russian. territorial vessel water from engaging to prevent in Wells Motor Co. from Glievml0 amQr'64Today..Jetsmooth

I Il spying activities. tf. tainted out Expect great Iftngs [ |
I that British expert ay Russia Is "Chuck" Wells Motor Co. is combining
I operating about 100 "trawleri" the grand opening of the
a* spy ships, equipped with radar 1964 Chevrolet cars today with their
1i: 1 and electronic device, Some operating first anniversary Clewlston witha
from friendly countries including three day festival. I '
f, Cuba. Free gifts for the ladles and :
children, plus continuous: organ t
Roger nays theft Vessel are music by Billy Doane are in store
ometimes within our territorial for those who stop .in and see the _
t waters of the coast of Florida, and
new cars.
) that our intelligence Sources call I __
j them harmless fishing vessel, engaged Climaxing the three-day showingwill
in "innocent Bllac." be a drawing for a car which
will be held Saturday night at 8.00:
Roger ha repeatedly] requested
in the showroom. Viewers of
investigation into Russian trawler
''' the new cars are Invited. to register
p' activity; off Florida' coast
Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
-- 'The: only requirement are that I.
the registrant must be 21 years of
: PIZZA age and presently own aa automo 1\ toad l $
bile. You do not have to be presentto

.." Sugarland! PbumacyYU win. \ I
Chevrolet-vtrti Ey certain of
2-3311 setting an all-time sales mark in !
1963-Intend* to continue: this SUCoBill'

T Package '+StoreFormerly a{ Luxury'64; CHEVROLET

: ( Seminole Package Store, '/4 Chttroltt' Impala Sport ,dG-, ..of. IS JO-nwoOt luium CfciwM/

,,' Bond Street) Chevrolet was luxurious before, but you too. Even the lowest priced Biscaynes have ride with Full Coil.suspension.Flush-and-dry
should sqd It now. With smart new styling, new foam-cushioned seats front and rear and'are rocker panels. jfeicotron generator, self-
Has Moved to the '64 Chevrolet looks even longer (but fully, carpeted.) Of course, you expect adjusting brakes and other low-upkeep fea
isn't). There's den a whole ne r'series this more than Just luxury from Chevrolet. A tures. If you've ever wondered how luxurious I
336 W Sugarland Highway 1 'ear-the Impala Super SporU-with front choice of 16 power teams, for instance-a 6 Chevrolet could get-with all the extra-cost
1t1 ; \ bucket seats as standard equipment. (Tho and six V8's up to 425 hp (optional at extra options there are to choose from-that seems
A complete stock Imported and Domestio'Liguor: new Impalas and Bel Airs are more luxurious, cost). And quieter transmissions.Jet-smooth to be entirely up to you.

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Chaps UOOnt Suftr Sport Copt-eiw till models in ttrtt trial&SIfiII..

t !.82ror9a4. YouVe never seen anything> liJ &.t4i1s totally new ,four wheels And not so surprisingly for Chevrolet :
: ]i' 1 line of cars' before.Cheve.lle Is be"enrythina bllt the new CheveUe offers a choice of engines ranrine: ,Intnto.SJ I KM
i '. ; r L e Chevrolet quality. CheveUe is a good foot shorter from an economical 120-hp! 6 to a 220-ho V8
I; I ,. than the big cars,so it parks easily.Yet the interior (optional at extra cost.) Choose the Chevelle von
::1' Daily Double Breakfast Special dimensions of its Body by Fisher provide a generous like best from the three series-the Malibu SUMP] 04,
t': I "- y amount of head,leg and shoulder room.'(Chi velle's Sport,the Malibu and the 800 Series, eleven model ,
i 2 Country Eggs I trunk is big and roomy, too.) The ride is surin, all-at your Chevrolet dealer's (Like this good.
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Graceful Un.. andLuxury
models than Chevrolet offered
Newest model maket its bow- 1963 and the greatest number the in 1964 Chevrolet
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I Chevrolet's Chevelle Malibu SS Coupe single division year.Included hat. ever offered in a Impalas

will be the Industry'
only all-new car for 1964-the Chevelle.
This much dlscuised combination -
of beauty: quality: performance
I and distinction is sized
between the regular Chevrolet and
Chevy II.
All Chevrolet's five lines of 1904 4L e iw

t a k ; car have styling'.nd engineering
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improvemejtf which-teamed with
the increase U models and options
-allow the customer to tailor car
to his particular reqqulrements as
never before
"We expect the broad diversity:
In our 1964 cars to win the custom.
(Y< er votes needed to continue Chew
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Following are the highlights of
the five members of Chevrolet's!.

1964 "family." The rich, luxorlous appearance ef the 19MImpal .parklleg color-keyed' Interiors( Md
REGULAR CHEVROLETS -Ex.teniiv Sport CoD (above. ) .blend... Chevrolet's It power, teams will be noted .. &yferta a tU j
new itvllnff Is evident In traditionally graeelBl body linn with smart new whoa these M" can art IatrHa at x
the--regular Chevrolet line, again styling both front and rear. In addition, easy .."nhl,.. Impale Sayer. Sport .ela f..y.
1 new .ecUaItaIr,.a.e.eall coupled with new "Iutable bucket seats sad a sew seat.,...
which .
I stressing the, big car luxury
Newest ...her .f the growing Ckcvrokt 'fine ear feel .f a full-ill laxary. car The
Meager car family !Ie tke Chevelle..Althoegh CheTcUe MalibB &S Sport Coop (ihown above) has made is so popular and good taste in a total of 8 models sports tar fresh from Its most ,Monza, Spyder, an Super I
. I If iBchoa. shorter. sad z.. Inches aarr..wer thaa la iii of 11 Chevelle models. which win ho la CHEVELLE: Chevrolet's nest: In two series-the Nova and the successful year in 1963- continuesthe and Impala hardtop tsA
I ...,.raw. Chevrolet .....*. the Chevtlto offer dealerships bcginalar September.The Ch.T,Ue automobile line for 1964 embodiesa 100 series. famed design of its two StingRay tlble models. One other <
vlrtnally.. all the' Uterlor,roomine' sad smooth la offered tho Man..Maliba 8S and MO Serl_ distinctive styling and will be. CORVAIR Entering its fifth models, the convertible and Riverside Red -is 'YllJabit
;offered In 11 models In three series year, the Corvalr will continue its the sport coupe for UM.I on Corvettes. .
i I'' "I '."IIP ,Two ,THE: CtEWlSTON NEWS dewiston, JTa cell In 1964 by. offering the widest the top-of'tbe-llne Malibu Super important place in the Chevrolet 'For 1964. Chevrolet offers its Extended hibricittoa ipa 1
. I I Thursday., September. !6. 1963 Section Two I choice of automobiles la its his Sport the Malibu, and the, 300. lineup by,appealing to a group of';I customers a choice of 14 new Magic feature on aU Chevrokti tti
tory. CHEVY n In Its third year buyers who like something sportierand 'I i Mirror exterior colors plus 11 Recommended chain. Lbti
_ Introduced at '"Chuck" Wells on the market the Chevy XI continues leis conventional a man two-too. combinations. In addition: is every 6,000 milks orttat,,
: :\ Rogers Suspects Grand Opening I Motor Co., today., Thursday., Sept. Its popular blend of small tar. |' a special color GoMwood Yellow and engine oil change i&(
28, will be 43 new model. in five car handling: roominess, economy,I CORVETTE America's only I U available exclusively! for miles of 60 days.
Russian Trawlers

Congressman Paul Rogers calls Anniversary ,At ,
for dally air and sea patrol of an

Russian U.s. territorial vessels waters from engaging to prevent in Wells Motor Co."Cluck" torn Chevrolet

spying activities. He pointed. out Expect great things aToday. I 1
that British experts say Russia Is Wells Motor Co. to combining e.Sas. .
operating about 100 "trawlers" the grand opening of the
a* spy ships, equipped: with radar 1964 Chevrolet can today with their
and electronic devices, some operating first anniversary in Oewlston with
from friendly countries Including a three day festival. ,
: Cuba. Free gifts for the ladles and
children, plus continuous organ, ,
Rogers these vessels .
says are
music by Billy Doane are In store
sometimes within our territorial
for those who stop .In and tee the
waters of the coast of Florida: and
that our Intelligence sources call new cars.

them harmless fishing vessels, engaged Climaxing the three-day showingwill ... : .<. t !- ? .. 9'tkt -
In "Innocent passage" be a clr.wlDlor a car which r _
has will be held Saturday night at 1:00:
Rogers repeatedly requested
investigation into Russian trawler p.m. in the showroom. Viewers of
the new cars are Invited to register
I activity: off Florida's: coast .
Thursday, Friday or Saturday
The only requirements are that
the registrant must be 21 yean of ,
"{ PIZZA age and presently own an automo
bile. You do not have to be present
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Sugarland Pharmacy
y Chevrolet.-v1rtWgily certain t>f
I+ YU .2-3311 setting an all-time sales mark in
Y 1963-intends. to continue: this sueBill's -

i., Jet-smooth Luxury'64 CHEVROLET

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(Formerly Seminole Package Store, 'f 4 Chnrdtl'Impala Sport Stdan-ont !15 Jtt-tmooA'luxury CTnrobte./

Bond Street) Chevrolet was luxurious before= ,' but you too. Even the lowest priced Biseaynes have ridew.ithFun suspension.. Flush-and-dry
: should sejd it now. With smart new styling new foam-cushioned seats front and rear and rocker panels, Delcotron generator, self
Has, Moved to the '64 Chevrolet looks even longer (but ''are fully carpeted.) Of course, you expect adjusting brakes and other low-upkeep fea-
: isn't). There's tfcen a whole nejr leriea this more than Just luxury from Chevrolet. A tures. If you've ever wondered how luxurious,
336 West-Sugarland Highway { "year-tho Impala Super Sports with front: choice of 16 power teams, for Instance-a 6 Chevrolet could get-with all the extra-cost
." A 'bucket seats as standard equipment. (The and six V8's up to 425 hp (optional at extra options) there are to choose from-that seems
complete stock Imported and Domestic Liquor: new Impalas and Bel Airs are more luxurious cost). And quieter transmissions., Jet-smooth to be entirely] up to you.
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8:00: a.m. to 12 Noon

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Chevrolet quality. Chevelle is a good foot shorter from an economical 120-hp I 6 to a 220-hp V8
\ than the big cars, so it parks easily.Yet the interior (optional at extra cost) Choose the CheveDa you
; Daily Double Breakfast Special intensions of its Body by Fisher provide a generous like best from the three series-the Malibu Super H.'
\ 1 '2 Country amount of head,leg and shoulder room.'(ChfeveHe't Sport,the Malibu and the 800 Series eleven models ,
Eggs I trunk is big and roomy, too.) The ride }J.s surprisingly ,In all-at your Chevrolet dealer's. (Like this good-< ,
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with their coaches are: front row left to right head coach Joe Forahee Lewis Pull Donnle Morgan Rodney Booker James NeU a' I pV
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aver; backfield coach Bob Baker; and Junior vanity; coach Buren Kenny Davie Victor Alllion Dennis damn Al Morrell .
Hall. Players; kneeling Donnte Toder Henry; Bowden Edwin Ronnie Olden Johnny McGee and Dour Anrel.Clewliton S
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