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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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38 NUMBER 40 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 3, 1J63 Return Postage Guaranteed 8e.845J, PJ1 "' Subscription $4007"r

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Chamber President ., "
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{ Plant
... \ New Fertilizer '
MoTe Blshog wu elected predent +- the old directors was acting on t ;\ [. ,' .. '\
of the dewlstoo Chamber of recommendation of S. C. Fry thai t ''I !,;
when the directors met the
nerce. Chamber
contribute .
an addi
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esdiT it noon for .n organlzatjoBiI tional $100 this year to the Okee. ;... '

meeting ihobee: Waterway Association! .. ;
f other officers elected are Carroll explained the Association faces Fry a '. ".. ,

Luon and Robert W. Kelly; firs large deficit, because as a new organization ,: '.1t. ; Coming To Clewiston
.
lad second vice presidents, and A. it overestimated ita (" .1. .t" .
to Vana.! treasurer. The new prestos income and over-spent Chambers .:

with concurrence of the dlr- and others are attempting to get : ; -
announced that Mrs. Stella the Association ;, ,
tie will be retained ai secreIfte said it is likely out that of the dues hole. Fry ....... ... .. ,, Plans for construction In the Immediate Uon conveyed to the City of Clewis bulk; or In bags, with mixes: for
will be
raised considerable '' "... "" .' future of a fertilizer plant I ton a 40 foot strip off theM lots, various raeeda-c:1trus. cane pasture
to the Chum '. in Clewiston announced this for street This now makes San vegetables, etc."
use
meeting was at first a Joint bers along the route. : ... were
ting of the 1962-C3 board of dir- paid $30 last year in dues.Clewiston (, '.; '. .. week by a new corporation dewis. Diego a direct street from north to The company: Is sending Frank
.:
eton and the 1963-64 board. The The Chamber voted .. ton Fertilizer Co.. Inc. Parent company south on both sides of Industrial Matheny of Winter Haven here as '
to pay an of this corporation is Mid- Canal The new fertilizer plant will
Itof Item of busineti which faced laid
.
additional $100 this year. Further manager of the new plant,
Florida Fertilizer Corporation of be located between the street on
action: will be I and all other employeeswill
up to the new dir Mr. Meer
Winter Haven. Principal owners, the east and the railroad tracks on
ectors after the Waterway Association Abe Meer and Green the west), be selected: at Clewiston. There
t are Harry |
( meets with : I need for office and plant
ATTENTION a new proposed will be
who have 30 years experience in Abe Meer said this week "W are
budget and fiscal ;'
structure.It .
employees.
the fertilizer business. I|I,very enthusiastic about the agricultural -
was brought to the ..ttentlonof The new.plant will be housed In field in Hendry County. Work will get underway shortly

VOTERS! six the directors that there were a 50x190 foot building to be erect The vast developments in planting on the building; all ,machinery

persons who did not pay for ed on San Diego ai Ventura Ave cane, citrus, pastures and vegetables has been contracted: for, and Mr
DM reristraUon books will their meals at the annual dinner nues. The ,company recently purchased in this area point to the need Meer expects the plant to be in
and '
did
lit come te Clewbtou prior to It was not present guest tclkets. KEY ENGINEEK AND COUNTY OFFICIALS participated in a fear from U. S. Sugar Corpora. ,for a fertilizer plant here. W* will fun operation by the first of the
.
thought
this
Ike November 9th special elee- and that these was an oversight day training course In Clewtitos lot week ta rantoaetlv material. ton the north 900) feet of lots 2 and manufacture. : fertilizer for sale 1n year. ,

tI L bably entered members p rod Walker I Nail. left, cheeks a epee eewtter reading staring the ";rear Iin I block: 387. This property fronts I
by
Wen wbe are Mi presentlyleifelerad a side door ar* hunt" Thursday afternoon at U. S. Corpe ef Engineers* sub-office. 500 feet on San Diego and on the
!
were not
may register la La. tickets.called on to pay or present Recording the reading 4 1 Norman A. Verrier. wall eoorse Instructor" Atlantic Coast Line Railroad siding j I 15th Anniversary of First Methodist I B

Idle at the afn BaD agperrtoer! ef recletra, I guest of W. A. Davis at the oath Walker rlxat-STAFF PUOTO." the area, the U. S. Sugar Corpor.I .-,

DM mill the close W hie. WOM ,field luncheon, new meeting owner of was Plaza Sam Motel.Ban : Church to Be Observed Here Sunday ; I I

ea Friday, October, I
At ballot will eontam the Attending were retiring president. Members of the First Methodist first charge and a large crowd of
Dick Baker, Ken FCD Seeks of
isMidments tf the recent leg.Uiare Swayne, Bob Tigers Journey Help CongressTo
Beardsley, Robert Church of Clewiston will observe the two congregations are expectedto
Kelly Rots La-
session and will alsoosdda Byer, Leon the fifteenth anniversary of the attend the reunion services Sunday

\ a county amendment$ Frank Polhill.Bembry.S C.W.Fry H. ,Lanier Moye To Sebring For Avoid Nov. 1 Work Stoppage church: through efforts ia organizing at which time charter mem-
which allows the voter te
ap- Bishop J. E. the group date back to 1944. i Den of the church win be honored. ,
pre the appointment .f the Beardsley. Mrs. Beryl I! ') Rev. W. Scott Bozeman, present I 1|" CHURCH HISTORY
Bowden ,
W. A.
Davis Carroll Ben. has set est in of the I
Superintendent ef Pubic Inrtnctloa I November first been asa the money problems of the First
pastor MethodistChurch :
son and Abner H. Vann. Conference Game Rev. Lewis MInter of Moore Haven
FCD and
by the School Board date for cessation of all work project pledged the1JUeJ.I I of Tampa and then pastorof ..
w continue the present system 'I on the Central and Southern Flood ves to work In the Senate for restoration the Moor Haven conducted the first Methodist

at elector ef the Snperlntead. 4-H Clubs Launch I The Tigers of Clewiston High will Control District project due to of funds cut by the House. Church, win deliver the Methodist anniversary Sunday School on January 14, INS i

est by re(1I aced voters for Year's play their first official Ridge Conference lack of funds, according to news The U. S. Army Engineers have sermon Sunday, October B, at the Clewiston Library in the afternoon J
smear terms. Programs game tomorrow night as reports, but FeD officials are hopeful scheduled dates for cessation of' which was followed by
Those who have been a revem 4-H Clubs throughout Hendry they Invade Fireman Field for a that Florida's( Congressional del. several river-basin projects for lack worship services.! At annual conference

of the State of Florida for County completed their organizations game with the Scoring Blue egation can avoid work stoppage. of funds, it was said. Congressman that year Moore Haven-
we year sad have lived in Hentn this week and launched a Streaks. The Streaks are defending The entire Florida delegation has Wm. C. Cramer St. Petersburg, I Clewiston were made one charge
County for six months are program of activities and projects champions of their conference. pledged to seek congressional action took the House floor Tuesday on with Rev. Scott Bozeman assigned!
lauded te rertoter. under the supervision of County Sebrlng has lost( its first two which will provide the funds behalf of FCD and other projects minister. Services were held on

Voters who are presently reg. Agent Frank Polhill( .and volunteer games, to Frostproof in a real upset needed for continuation. with similar problems and asked Sunday morning in Moor. Haven

!hared! DO NOT have to re- communItrleadera: and the second to Lake Wales Riley S. Miles, Kisslmmee( and House members to break what he ; and evening services in Clewiston
uetbter The Clewiston Livestock Club elected .- Highlanders in a DOD
Don Voder, president Tommy game and are expected to be up for went to Washington Monday and Cramer said the Senate added December of 1945 the church

Minor Injuries In Nowling, vice president Jimmy this game in an effort to build conferred with each Congressmanand seven highly controversial new projects purchased lots at the present site.
Montgomery secretary and morale. Senator from Florida.] They to its bin which would cost A building commItee was organized

Intersection.Wreck .1 i' treasurer and Mike Wheeler re Coach Joe Bundy, who was well said every one, showed. great interBarfields "- over $<<8 mUllon. "They eliminated Y early in IMS with Elbert Stewartas
porterLocal' leaders'"are Shell pleased with"the-progress from the projects that are'already under chairman. Initial progress included
i Donna Marie Raeburn of MIami Williams and Ronnie RobIson. first game, feels the game is a tossup construction and which should be the selling of concrete:
received neck injuries in an acd-'' This club will hold workdays at i I Buy continued and added new highly blocks for 1.00 each., with a goal
|lest at the IntrsecHon of Royal the pasture Wednesday to bulks* Probable starting offensive lineup controversial projects that have of 5,000 to be reached.

I Pun and Sugarland Highway fence, and Saturday to spray and will Include Olden and Gann at Plaza Motel been previously rejected," said After nearly a year of hard work
psday afternoon, when her car worm cows. Meetings will be sec ends, Allison and McGee at tack, Cramer, the goal was reached in January
l ear itruck from behind by Sheila ond and fourth Mond ,f"at the Agriculture lea Angell and Yoder at guards' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barfield, of Meanwhile FCD officials are I 1947 and a building permit for the .

3ISOa Campbell of dewlston. i, Center. Fair (rounds.A Rudd at center; Mazzlna, Bowden Griffin. Ga.. have purchased the hopeful that the Florida group can original three-unit church..lIIIr'I. .'I'_,.
According to Officer Charles girl's 4-H Club Interested In Llndsey and Morrell ia the mart- Plaza Motel from Mr. and Mrs. turn the tide, and prevent work was applied for. The membership"**', '

IS1? who Instigated the sewing and cooking projects, will field. W. A. Davis, and assumed ownership stoppage on the projects. had grown to 139. -
accident. both cars were traveling be formed! with Mrs Robert Kelly The Tigers will return to Can and management of the property On June 18 1948 the corner stone
eut and the Raeburn car stopped and Mrs. Frank Polhill as leaders. Field October 11 for a three weeks Tuesday morning.! KEY. BOZEMAN was placed. Charlie Pirkle was the I
I fw die red light Miss Campbell 'All girls 10 years and older who home stand against Lee of Fort Winds Reached which will be followed by a "cov building contractor and in August ,
lrhing I CW owned by Kenneth are-interested are invited to join; Myers, Belle Glad and Jupiter I The Barfields were formerly ered dish dinner on the grounds," 1948, Miss Dorothy Sealey and Eric #* -
!BSO. hit the Raeburn car in,, the contact either of the two leaders.' J I managers of a motel In Griffin.. 42 MPH according to Rev. Richard O. Thomas were married in the :yet 1' i,
rear and he baa also been affiliated with SundayWinds
causing .n estimated 175.00 Officers will be selected and organization Knight, pastor. unfinished sanctuary (there was no I
'
Oil
the American
damage for the HaD 1951 Pontiac completed at the next meet-' PUNT, PASS AND KICK Company.Mr. averaging 29 miles Rev. Bozeman served as the first roof at the time..)
Ford iIIII SUo.oO to the Rleburn' 11163 +n,. t REGISTRATION OPEN I and Mrs. Davis purchasedthe hour with gusts up to 42 miles were per' minister of the Moore Haven The new $29.000 church plant was
w motel In August of 1961, coining Clewiston ((194949) has opened October S
)* I I recorded in Clewiston Sunday as slue served 1948 over 200
: u Campbell was charged with Okeechobee Market Ii All bore 8 t* 11 years.ar.Melted I here from Fort Myers. Mrs. gale winds lashed South Floridain in Haloes City, Grace Church people present for the first service
ilreleSi driving and causing an .. enter the Funs Pats I Davis Is a teacher la the local a "sou'wester" which in Miami and at First Church in in the new church. Rev. Boze-

wcKfcnt by the officer.Sophomore Set Herd Sale and Kick Contest, sponsored by I elementary school, and, after a replacement -i I from the Gulf and the Atlantic came to ini Tampa since 1959. He is a ,trusteeof man's subject: was "What's It
I The commercial herd of E. Bawling Ford Dealers, te be held ea is found for her, the batter seawalls on both coasts. Florida Southern College and Worth to Have a Church." The U.S.

Car Wash! of Indlantown will be sold at October 12th. couple plans to return to Fort My I Palm fronds and small limbs conference missionary secretary; Sugar Corporation loaned chairs I
auction at Okeechobee Livestock Boys mister at ers, said Mr. Davis a member of the for
may new :were blown from trees, and a few Klwanls Club, a services until the pews were i
The Sophomores an holding a Market Saturday, according to announcement : Hendry County Melons final small items, such as garbage can, Mason, and president of the Tampa received. i I
>ear wash Thursday afternoon Oct. of Pete demons date for entering Is Oeeiberllth. etc., were displaced la the winds Ministerial Association. I In 1949 the church purchased the
al Wayside Part Charges will manager : Accuracy, ae weD u distance REVIVAL CONTINUES but no damage was sustained In The vlsiltng minister was most home at 33f West Osceola for a I I
HOO outside, 1150 inside and The herd consists of 900 bead of, eeunt la this contest, Rev. E. H. Wiggins, pastor of the Hendry County area. popular while serving the Moore parsonage and Rev Homer A. Bain
'u4ide. A licensed driver win de"w good range cows, crossbred heifers -, a* everybody has a threes. t* the Church of God of Prophecy in t t Gale warnings were posted from Haven-dewlston church during hisSports was assigned as the first full-time
your car. Brangus cows and Brahman be a winner. Local prise. will Moore Haven, announced the continuance St. Marks to Cape Hatteras. but pa.tor... 1'4',.... ,

Drive a clean car to the game and crossbred cows, some with cat-'' be given. of the revival services no storm developed, although se-- Car Iiuy-i I ? the church were dell,.
Frida,. and help the Sophomores ves at side. All herd sires (IBrah-1 each night The public is cordially/ ious damage was done to roads and Sunday Afternoon Pewe-o- Installed for uae in Febru II
**.. '"' j
sold. Invited
their treasury man and Angus) will be to attend. beach structures the Founder's Week
on ia
coasts.the 1994
___ The Glades __
--- Sports Car Associatlon uratj. MAl...k..i-j, _*.*. .
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.w..v
W4lu m
s event for moruaifv
October will be
J i i burning

Alert Lion Miscues Into 20-7: I ally starting to be at held 200: Sunday, Octobe:r ary. Early ceremony: in 1955 for another the sanctu-fund '
Turn p.m. Startle 1 raising drive

Tigers Victory ment point The at win 119 be San Make Pedro DrUsel'i Street apart., bu1ldJn J budding? ,.of Construction the war present Bunched educational was for begun the


"Alert plop by the CewJstoD way in the second quarter. Alberto Early in the fourth quarter Miki i denting the Tiger line for the fin majority of the Lion tackles. come up rally with committee a name tried for hard tc immediately by George Coleman. .
l"lers turned a "yardstick" loss Morrell hit the line for the extra Mazzlna intercepted a Chamlnadc i al three yards and six: points. Gen Coach Bundy used the game 1 to but suitably descriptive this ODe!,, with} R. B. McCollum serving as
*die Drat victory the season point. About midway the third pass and scooted 40 yards behind I cues mad the extra point give experience to hU entire squacMKB either revealed too much name i chairman of the fund drive. It was
'hick left .tensile downfleld blocking for the about the I put Into use 1n '
evened July
the broke over of
young season period, Morrell | The Tiger team rally or seemed too 55. though
eord young gave frightening to only
at I.L tackle and raced 30 yards without final Tiger score. The line .plunge publJsh. Such I P.rtlalI7 completed.
glimpses of brilliance and the need Dames II the Ever.
The
hIback Henry Bowden scored a hand being laid on him, after he for the point-after failed. I glades WIna-Dln" church' first oran was ded.
the
!u fret > for additional experience. The pass Really Rail,' Iealed i
111 I
.
: touchdown in varsity toot7" crossed the line of scrimmage. Bo Onliy in the closing minutes of defense was excellent with Mazzlna and the Rough and Ready R.U.bil., April, 1m with .pecJal
MM the first after fora the fourth quarter were the visiting ity music
touchdown for Llndsey mad the point Run were
it two visitor I discarded
intercepting pMsies J as bets
The
Tlaerl thIs year with a drive 1M lead at the end of the third Lions able to put together a too juvenile g church W" completely air '
and Al Morrell .
grabbed to
Wt tackle I sustained drive, with Hugh Dent one conditioned during
tor The UQ
-- six :yards mid- quarter. end another Lion drive. Bo Undsey -' commltte say that pastor and a Dew I
approached: his potential with the rally; is a hteni ( d 1983 the study, completed. In May ,
vent parsonage
several long runs. somewhat more difficult than burned mortgage was I
after
previous GSCA, ralll,.. Timing will ed having been extend- ,
Coach Bundy while well pleased c be to the nearest minute. a couple of times to help fin- I
'
with the victory noted that the line ---:--' ---/i'- fees wW be $1.00 per Entry .no, other church project. A DeW I ,
cu
aDd
still needs lots of work with .1| ODe will be allowed to start without no. to organ war dedicated 1n October i f l !

great deal of emphasis to be placed, a nuvfgatr. Glnn7 Lee with a special pro' ,
on offensive blocking: this week. gram 01 music. I '.

"We are a young tram, learning a No Injuries In July of 1982 the church: board
new offensive, from a new coach-1. In voted to purcha ae'the adjoining I

ing staff. We hay five sophomores ,I T. B. Jones. Jr., property for ..,
'i in the starting lineup, Morning Wreck'Lanais school rooms to relJne the : 8uDo'I'I
needs experience," Bundy 'ed CCDd1t10D1.! .

tential"Chamlnade'and w* haven't reached our Who/I'/ ,'t land Highway RldgdU from San entered Jove Tiurs Sug at.. I Rev.Sunday RJcbard, w111 *Knight* the last day for I I .

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> day into the path of a car drive 'be' being as pastor.,
bested .' 'fH4ZZIN& oy James Stedman. I transferred to Tavares
the
Tigers statistically.
resultim la, effective October .. n.
14 first downs to 12; was cbeeen by OMlderabl. property darnel. but'' ceded here by Rev. wID be me.
214 :yards rushing. to 167; 28 yards Tlor eoeche as the evtstaadlng DO injuries, according to reports. 11 presently at WOUston.Dinsmore who- M
passing to 0: completing I of I player W the OewtsteevCkammad Officer Charles McClelland, who Pastors who have
attempts while Owiston oompleted I" .* Friday mi<*t 'The' waster- investigated theaccJdeDt: charged church Include KeY. wV served the

-- .... '" 0 lor-2; however the Tigers I lack mtereepte rw* UM p.ste*. idgdlll'with careless driving and man. 1943.4Rev. & Bow:' '
<< Homer
Intercepted t Lion rmmalaf en* for M yards aM auringan accident! A. BaJA; C
1T "OWDEN: SEC taW; are B* .......,. lower top Al KsrrelL 4.. passes, white ID. B ........ a stlmated Damage was INNo: Rev John T. Mama Jr
DEITXS THE FWAt having on* of their1 picked off. was en eto by the officer at 8900 lJ5O.U j
tune' far th. lint ........ *f th* season for tad Donate Radert. beta en the greed and I fens. aW "' .....y.. Al KorreO Ridgdin's 59 Ford Pickup to 115 : Rev, Quay Do Rice 1"r
Cam11.7 Dennis Gain checks the atnatlo treat the rat Th* Tiger baekfleld was again eras a eke naatera* fet the .... to Setdmaa'a '11 Thunderbird and 8700 ) : Rev. Ben Rids 1155-17: R.v. 'r";

,....... Other Tigers ..- rid*.4TAFF PHOTO. outstanding in defensive being .hi er-8TATF r oro.: ccfcknt happened about 7 a.m.Th. +{ltalgkt'l9SPto'Ocbber.19gb'rankD.nW,1I57.": u4. Rene'. a

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IJi j' age Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS ClewistoD, Fla. Dana, Raymond Burke V"1

,U t _, Thursday, October 3, 1983 Murphy, Win. T Stltt Chrlst1I1 w! ,g *."
Sez I by Sid Maddox. BL
B.
//esonny N.
Robert F. Fllpse PUItGI
Present
The Clewiston News are Dickson John Ash. chairman;IDelDber'11
Oliver
1 Didn't the majorettes look sharpin T
I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand their new costumes Friday BarronanJUJNobg. W. 8

Uendry County." night The band majorettes and ---
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewlston, director Jack Scott are to be commended
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. for one of their most outstanding
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post half-time programs. The
Office in Clewiston, Florida under the Act of Congress of March a.1 many hours of practice and marching .
1879. r slur after school were very evident A
with the precision of their pro-
ATIONAL tOITOKIAL ORrD
=rr t gram. Congratulations '
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rA c8T13N -IS- '

AOI\I1 While the winds played havocin
h iMMIiI big ft marks along the coast Did You Know?
Publisher N
BOWDEN
BERYL ,
'= 0 it also served a useful purpose in The 1964 Comet, pioneer of the luxury compacts, undergoes its first complete change
1 s. H. STALLS Managing Editor OQ ItII'j Oewiston by removing a large aince 1960.This Caliente hardtop is one of three models in a plush new top-of-the-hno BOTH*. You
't Subscription Rates ..... .... $4.00 per year 'g110 \ number of limbs from trees too The completely redesigned Comet has all new sheet metal, improved ride and handling can Ret
I (Return Postage Guaranteed) high up to reach with a ladder. characteristics, and greater passenger room. New standards of performance are attained Bar-B-Q to GO
i I Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 Of course it Interrupted the Sun- with a new three-speed automatic transmission and a broad range of four engines, includinga !
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves day day off of Mann Whldden and new 288 cubic-inch V-8 and a new 200 cubic-inch aiL The 1964 Comet offers ten models) Old South Offers
:, the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! uniollolt4BtanuicrlpU Henry Rudd as they rambled about in three ...series designations-Comet 202, Comet 404 and Comet Calient.
THE NEWS auam. no .pon.lblllt for tile return of
town keeping the power on. George
I or photoirapb Chicken
THE NEWS u.ura no financial ruponilbllltr for typographic Dlckson at Hendry General was Catfish I
orrort or ommlulon In adTortlnmcnt but If notified of such orro b.- and dIJ.oturbed M. Couse in Moore Haven. Oliver general elections who Is a land
foro the nut IlIuI of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the also among the perturbed assignment! by the owner in the district is eligible to
adTrtliom In which the error ooourr.d. In the event a tlm. element l in his lab, with the electricity (; ;; was awaiting '
would render the correction *alaUu, the N.w will reduce tho price off and Seems he History Now"J U.S. Air Force. vote In this election. Rib Dinners
; of the .d..rtU.ro.nt by an amount equal to the percentage of the total going on. : j Supervisors are unpaid, and the
I pace a* the erroneous or omitted copy represented. was trying to match a little of my
TEN TEAKS AGO pollution is one of public service

4 Bonds For Higher Education and blood everytime donation he to got another the thingamajig blood- THIRTY !TEAKS; AGO (From Clewiston News to the community. Supervisorswork Packaged to gol
(From pewbtoa NewsSeptembeer2,1922) October I, 1153)) closely with other agricultural -
off would the
going -
r (Note: This is the second in a series of articles by Secretary go power ) The Lake level was 16.04.Parkinson's agencies in the district Seconds if you ask.,

d I' of State Tom Adams, explaining the provisions of the three constitutional -. The hydraulic V redge, Culebra, store closed its grocery The Hendry District first election Come in and place
>
I Capt. Ben Johnson started pump- department, after operatingit was July 2, 1944. The first Board your
y amendments on which Florida residents will vote November I
i I. '. 5th. This is Amendment No. 2, and bonds for Coach Joe Bundy has been on the log shell onto the-'tevee line near since 1922. L. C. Redlsh. butcher, was composed of Earl Murray, order or
', concerns receiving end of a "heck of a lot" Liberty Point It was the first hydraulic had operated the meat market for chairman, Joe A. HUliard, Joe B.
education .
higher construction)
I, ; of good natured kidding about his section of the south shore the firm for 21 years; Redlsh said Hendry, Jr., Dennis ,Small andAsa Phone YU 2-9322
Amendment No. Two
J ban club and he finds It hard to levee Capt. Johnson had subcontracted the depression drove him out of Townsend.
!Bonds for Education Construction "
Higher : take some of it with a grin. the unit from Spadaro. Jacksonville, and he came to Clew and order will
your be
This amendment would immediate of During the progressive :years
permit an beginning While most of us are finding Xlwanls Club'.ponlOl'ed! the construction iston, which had been a happy
construction, for vitally needed higher education facilities. It of diamond ball field since 21 men hare served on the
lault with plays and players, he is a choice for him. ready when you arrive. I
provides for the borrowing of to 75 million dollars for the $500 was board. They are (not including present
up construction stoutly defending the progress of near Av.ntl!me. Local flags Cew at half-mast to
I. '" during the present biennium and up to 50 million dollars the club readily admitting raised to build and light the Held.CVewlston I honor Fred Vinson, U. S. Supreme supervisors! ): M. A. Drake;
in succeeding biennlums as long as sufficient retirement the young club is making for too Motor Company ad- Court Justice and Governor Dan
funds are available. The bonds will be paid off over a 50-year many mistakes. "As yet we have vertised Chevrolet, $<<5 to $565, McCarthy, whose deaths occured
period at the rate of approximately 5.5 million dollars per year not achieved 100 percent participation FOB Flint Mich.TWENTY that week.
from proceeds of the 1,4 per cent utilities gross receipts tax. from the boys; he said -.-
I The Florida Legislature has authorized 78 million dollars In "they are prone to make one good YEARS AGO Dr. John
construction projects this biennium. This allocation gives 52 play and then loaf for a, couple", (From Clewbton News SCD ElectionSet R. ,Earman,
million dollars for college and university expansion and 36 mil- Bundy proved this for the writer October I, 1M3)
I by showing film of Friday night's An agreement between U. S. Sugar Thursday Orthodontist
.lion dollars:: for junior college construction.
game In which "almost" ,every Corporation, the extension service
Allocations include: University of Florida,, $13,922,000
; ,, player made outstanding plays only of the State of Florida and Hendry County landowners will .. Dentistry for Children
Florida State $11,118,000 Florida A&M
University, ; University to loaf on the following plays which the Labor Division of the War vote Thursday, October 10 on two
$4,702,000; University of South Florida?$10,755,000; Florida Atlantic made futile efforts of others. "If Foods Administration, assured' supervisors for Hendry Soil Conservation
University, $8,600,000; New State College near Pensa- AND WHEN," Bundy said "we enough Jamaican labor to har-I District. Nominees are
t I r cola, $1,600,000; East Central Florida Area $1,000,000 for an get maximum effort from all the vest the sugar crop I Richard L. Pape and Joe M. Hen- announces the opening of his officein

1 extension of the University of Florida Engineering College; and boys; we are going to knock some Capt. Coburn Moore was awarded -. dry of dewbton; Clyde C. Helms,
$200,000 In planning funds for construction of a new state uni body's ears off" the Distinguished Flying Cross LaBeUe and H. G. Atchley Felda. the office of Victor C. Mnlberg D.D.S.
ti versity. Having been on the needling end for his participation in heavy Terms are for four;years.
p.'It Bay County, $511,966; Brevard County, $2,159,432; Broward on several occasions 1 can't help bomber raids over 'Paramushlrasland. Polling places are Corb1 '1 Farm
\; County, $3,190,922; Columbia County $1,362,628; Dade County but admire his spirit Because of and Ranch Supply, Clewiston; Registration 224 S. Main Street
$10,281,022 Escambla tomorrow night Carl Hansen was a lletenant in Supervisor's office, courthouse
J. ; ; County $2,167,850; Jackson County, the trip to Sebring
/ $512,546; Lake County, $1,238,668; Lee County, $1,369,212; Mad- I hope for his sake this is 100 the V. S. Army stationed in Trini- LaBeUe, and Community Belle Glade Fla. Phone 996-2762
o percent week or else it Is going to Center, Felda. Polls will be open
Jsoii County $298,000; Manatee County, $1,453,322; Marlon dad.Oliver ,
Martinez and Sue Gal'1were from a.m. till 5 !
I be long ride home and a rough p.m
a
I ; ; County, $1,021,292; Palm Beach County, $2,908,312; Pinellas
I married by County Judge J. Any person qualified to vote in
Saturday morning at the 'quarter
County, $4.989,528; Putnam County$ $762.052; St. Lucie County, ,
I "$565I267end"VolusIcrU6unty t $U8a36cVBenefits 0I back meeting"Somebody -IS-f "i 'r" .-. .Il, .

I .,- of the Amendment
I : r 1. It will enable Florida to begin Immediate construction has goofed and a few For 1964. Comet l
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.' I u, ; 2 of badly needed higher education facilities. Unless action of us are caught short unless we
I Is taken now, Florida faces a critical shortage of college migrate to LaBelle by; Friday af
j'l" I d classrooms. The number of high school graduates is expected ternoon. announces a car that's
i t l to Jump from 43,914 in 1962-63 to an estimated 218 The special election on Novem-
:I 000 by 1970. Florida must increase her college facilities ber 5th has stirred little fanfare
proportionately if she is to keep pace with expected enroll because of the amendments! to be every bit as hotas

'. i ment Increases. approved however the special
F f{ 2. Expanded and Improved college facilities are vital toFlorida's county amendment! relatlw'to the
economy. Future industrial expansion will depend selection of the Superintendent! of it looks.
1 .
Public Instruction
is
very important -
largely on our higher education facilities. In this era
f' .
my objection is that the
of modem technology, industry must have ready access to
BOOKS ARE NOT BEING MADE
quality college education in order to keep Its scientists and AVAILABLE to Clewiston residents

\ i ,, technicians abreast of the latest developments in their fields prior to this election, who would : ;
; as well as for research. like to register without going to
l 3. The bond issue itself Is fiscally sound. It follows the LaBelle.
1: accepted precedent established by the successful Board of Seems we are entitled to this
1 Education bonding program for public school construction. service PRIOR TO EACH ELECTION = :M rr
\ a'; 4. The bond issue contains built-in safeguards. It sets a at the population is growing

r! maximum Interest rate of 4.5 per cent although the actual continuously
rate is expected to be considerably lower. The bonding

.program will be administered by the Board of Commission Sugarland Pharmacy
era of State Institutions and the Board of Administration,
thus saving an estimated $1,000,000 in fees.
5. It provides for legislative! controls In the designation of! PIZZAYU

facilities to be constructed. No project can be financed under -
the bond program unless approved by three-fifths of the 2-3311
I elected members of both houses of the Legislature.
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Local YouthsAre Bernie Atea Bryan 12j, dewlston 158 hen shooting by both Federal and Badcock LeadsHandicap Cewilton, J'1a. THE C1JCWIS'1'ON NEWS Pare Three
Six DOVE SEASONOPENS state law enforcement officers to I Thursday, October 3, 1963 I
JSSf 2.ntley' Cfcwkton. 165; see that all regulations are enforced -i I League
in Top DozenIn Age Price 14-15: Jacksonville 147 SAT.27orfda'a We urge all hunters to abide by Badcock: Furniture Company has been promoted to airman third
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ROBe Geuttler, Fort all hunting regulations and to hunt swept four points from Echoic Boys in Service class in the United States Air
Tests Ed Pierce, 157; safely at all times. Hunters should Plumbing to capture lead In the Force.
Miller dove will take
Fort hunters
Fitness Pierce, 160, remember that when they hunt Badcock Furniture Handicap League Airman Brown, presently a student -
Ages IMS: to the field at 12:00: noon Saturday, -
Irene October on the lands of another person, I Thursday night A Duda& Sons T CM.r;... \ in the 3402nd School Squadron
McDonald, 5, when the first phase of ; (
Clewiston youths were among Jacksonville, I here. is the son of Mr. and
a. 94.: Denny the 1963 they are guests Respect the own-: also won four points by defeating ;.a.17':
migratory dove hunting
!Tl2 i to Florida who received re- The Rodebush. Tampa, 173. er'* right of property. Good manner -j i Anderson's Gulf Service. J. McKeebowling 1 Mrs. G H. Brown of 420 N Atlantic
SmJUoa Outstanding In the Orlando :Recreation season opens in S3 counties, acCording I
as Department .down Are. Clewiston.
keep posters which for Duda also contributed ,
Program, sponLjby was recognized for the largest to A D Aldrich director, 1I from Cew-
Fitness keep out., Angel The airman graduated
physical you the cause
to help
number of Came and Fresh Water Fish Com- a 203 game
the FlorIda Amateur AthWlc entries In the Physical; I Brothers beat Evergladei. Federal iston High School and attended the
Fitness mission.
Union competition through the Testing! Program 1,517 Savings & Loan S points despite University of Florida.
Association. boys and girls were tested II
sate RecreaUon the during Ed Culberson's 210 J Wad
Fuller, Clewiston recreaUon summer recreation program In THOMAS B. OWENS
Gene Orlando. I I Angel Brothers, threw In a 209
director, Is chairman of the PhyJM l for his team to help. win the 3 NORTON AFB, Calif Airman
and Public :Recreation -
Fitness :x>lnts. First Class Thomas B. Owen of
Committee of Florida AAU. Happy XIIBowling and TV of dew for .
Hunting will be allowed Carlthers Radio Clewiston, has arrived here assignment
every
Competition was on Nathan the point Malllson system -, LeagueFrances day mill 12:00 noon until motet iston trimmed 3 points from Doug' with an Air Defense' Commend -
authored by Carithers
l through November S InMost Barbers with Tommy I a unitAirman
tjcksonvllle Recreation Department Carlin rolled nor second counties. Counties In leading the war with a 209541. Gen Owens, an electronicdata
,who has 40{ years of outstand- 477 scratch series of the sea which Irat-phaae dove hunting eva's Dlrve-In defeating Undsley machine repairman the ion
IDI service In the field of recrea-- son and Earnestine Leavitt had win not 1 b e allowed are Glide, r Lumber, was the only other teamto of Mr and Mr*. T. B. Owens* of
tins and In physical fitness pro- high scratch game of 187. DeSoto, Hardee Hendiy, and win S plints Slim Bryson had a 4 328 W, Osceola St, Clewiston. He
frfliRS. TEAM STANDINGSTeam that portion Franklin known 202 for Geneva's 1* a graduate of Clewiston High
(Over HOOO boys and girls were w L M Alligator. Point C. Nees, Undsley Lumber, wasthe School.
tested during the past year, and Potashnlck-Badgett r.u.T S Dove hunters will be allowed a bowler of the week, bowling 89 The airman is married to the
following 12 were selected for UkW Rootbeer .,..,..,,, Mullen's former Maxwell 2209
!tot 7 j dally bag limit of 10, with a total / pins over his avenge Gladys M. of
medal recognition aj outstanding Dan's Dragline 3 7 possession limit of 20. Hunters Office Supply and Connell'i Gulf PVT. MARLIN HARM, who this.. N Sparkman Blvd., Tucson, Ariz.
oathS, In an announcement made Glades Restaurant ..,._.. S 7 must possess valid hunting license 'Station tied at 22. Lucky Butch week completed basic training at
it the state convention In Taflahas. HIGH INDIVIDUAL available from all county, judges Luce had a 209 game for Mullen'sand Ft Gordon, Ga. hat been assigned *
let,September 23: Handicap Game Shotguns must be plugged to three- Frank Cochran, 208 for' Con- to Fort Bennlng. Ga. Ha will Reduced $5.00
Are 1-7: Z. Leavitt ----- ,, 223 shell capacity, and rifles are prohibited nell'.. Roman Crop Dusting Service arrive home Friday for a brief
Nancy Carrol Melbourne, 12T; U. Evans -_ 221 for taking migratory birds. and Richmond Plumbing tied leave before going' to his new pott.
jtalcdm Wilson, Clewiston 175. B. Swindle ........ 219 Duck stamps are not required for 2-2 Benny: Richmond had a 202 and 2-Piece Sectional
Ages N: HIGH INDIVIDUAL taking dove, but will be requiredto Jerry Gunmere, a 201 for Richmond
Debbie Rider, OewUton, 140; Handicap Series take ducks and geese when the Plumbing Green Striped :
Gregg Rider Clewiston 195. H. Evans 629 waterfowl season opens Doug Moyer threw In a little ex-
Arc tau B. Swindle ?.. , .-,,,,_,_ S55. Aldrich said "there will be strict BO LINDSEI end for tra something for the bowlers to
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Brenda Waldron Clewiston 183; F Carlin .M,.,._...,.....,,, 543,strolling on early dove and marsh yard and a first sweep down* Friday shoot at. Each week the bowler I Fabric,
la of bowling the highest Individual
nlfht. one those play "IT
game wins one free haircut, compliments I
on* more Mock had been thrown
It would hare been a TD. Llndse of Doug's City Barbers. $89.50 /
began to reach his Ed Culberson was the first winner
preseason Custom built to sell for
form and gained considerable with a fine 210
Team W L $129.50 i
yardage on wide end runs.
r l111 II q -sTAFF PHOTO Badcock :Furniture .10 2 willberedaced$500
Connell Gulf ,.__ 8% S%
_______ Moore Haven Mullen's Office Supply 8 4 weekly until sold

Angel Brothers ,...__ TH fo%
Grid ScheduleMoore Geneva's Drlveln ..._....7. ,5 Van Cothern's
Haven's' Terriers, in their Carlthers' Radio & TV... 6 1
first football game in six years, Richmond Plumbing ...?.,1 1 Custom Upholstery
Anderson's Gulf ---__... .,I 1
defeated Finecrest 12-7 in the sea GEORGE T. SAP : Phone YU 2-5831
y1i on'* opener, and went on to win Doug's City Barbers _.S S LACKLAND AFB, Texas -Airman 1
2-2 from Lee Junior High Schoolof Everglades FederalS 7 George T, Sapp! son of Mr. :
Fort Myers. A. Duda} & Sons 5 7 and Mrs Thomas V Sapp of Rout '
The Terriers have three home Lindsley Lumber 6 8 2, Clewiston, Florid, is being reassigned -'
; games among their six games remaining Roman's Dusting! 6 8 to Amarillo AFB, Tex.,
on the schedule.Oct. Echols Plumbing _1 11 for' technical training as a United

The 1964 Mercury extend iU coverage of the medium-priced market with two new 4 Miami Military States Air Force postal specialist
aerie and a choice of two distinctive roof de lDL A sporty four-door hardtop Marauderwith Academy __ Home Wilderness Photo Airman Sapp, who enlisted in the
fastback rooflme (front) will be offered in addition to the unique breezeway model Oct. Inunokalee There Contest Planned Air, Force a short time ago, has
(rear).A two-door hardtop Marauder,which introduced last Sprang,also will be offered.Mercury' Oct. 18-Alva ____ Horn completed his initial basic military' Boats Guides Gas Ice
I : .] two new eerie are the luxurious top-of-the-line Park Lane and the Montclair. Oct. 25-Central Catholic, There Pictures that present the'"Intan training here. Fishing Tackle..SuppllestJohnson's !
Luxury and performance are emphasized with significant improvement hi passenger comfortand Oct. Clewiston "B" >....., Horn gible Value. of The Florida Wild- The airman is a 1962 graduateof
spaciougnees. The 1964 Mercury'. seV.e engine*-two more than last yearrangefrom Nov. 7-Lee Junior High .. There erness"' will be' sought In a con Moore Haven High School. -
260 to 425 Nov. 15-Florida Boys School test announced by The Gainesville
horsepower. ....w ... ..-.. ., TherFor'64 Garden'Club and the Alachua Audubon CHARLES W. BROWN Fishing Camp "_ :

Society. KEESLER :AFB, Miss Charlei Cltrwlstoa Fl*
0.. ...:.... -- Beaches, rivers., swamps and W. Brown of Clewiston, Florida,
woodlands offer Innumerable op.
: : ? rtunltle, to express, photographcally .
\ the Intrinsic value of nature.

the price is medium. may Each enter contestant as many pays as five SI.00 conies and Announcing the Grand Opening of

.. Iin both black and white and color
divisions. Contest closes April 1,
maximum. I 1964<< Details may be obtained from & '
the action Westberry 'Waidroni:
'; Alachua Audubon Society, 1422 NW ,
7th Road, Gainesville, Florida. i

the car isMercury ,-;' Licensed '
Archery Club
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Plumbing
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meet on the Clewiston Inn Patio Sales and Service r|
tomorrow evening (Friday) Octo
ber 4, at T:30. All Interested -
are cordially Invited to persons attend 849 East Sugarland HighwayI'i\


The Archery Club will be obtain- Contracting Remodeling Repairing
lag movies on hunting and archery ,('
: for showing In the future. 24-hour Service Phone YU 24141 Day or Night

Plumbing Fixtures Galvanized-Pipe Cop',:

Edward'sPlumbing
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RepairReplacements stock of repair parts

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TROUBLE SHOOTING Crane Fixtures Rheem Water Heaters and Barnes
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offers you! two entirely different 4 P.M.

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____ Juvenile Delinquency

By JAMES W. WRIGHT, PhD. CAUSES OF DELINQUENCY I
Counselor to Glide and Headry' Although the search for the causes
County Juvenile Court of delinquency may never be II
(A series of articles have completely successful, modern[
f been prepared try Dr. fas W. knowledge about delinquency mak' f)
Wright, ana it being publishedin es clear that it Is the result of no]]
I this neiepaper. In the hope single factor. Instead, the reason

that better public understanding tor delinquency must be sought ina \\1tIt ) ,
of Juvenile delinquency complex group of Influence: '
,' ,
: e Nei may result Cooperation in the which involve both the delinquentand )0 y Tail I ,. '"
I area juvenile, work hat been his environment, and which /;;

i.'I i.; I good, and it expected to be can be conveniently: classified
better in the future, aid Dr. 1. Individual F.donala
Wright, at better understanding ( ) Physicalb I
'I become widespread ( ) Mental
PREVENTION OF (Ie) Personality
I I't'II DELINQUENCYTwo I. Environmental Factor! j ja
I factor must be present be- ( ) Family and friendsb
( fore a crime may be committed: ( ) The society in which a person -

,,,t. ((1)) the desire, or Impulse, to com lives, social and economic -
,I, mit the crime; and. ((2)) the opportunity : factors. |
theses
I'' The first factor may be (Ie) Cutting across both A. a. BROADFOOT. RESIDENT ENGINEER of tile CWMi a1 !
qualified in certain cases. Sometime groups, the conflict in Ideals neers extends a cordial welcome to those enrolling In the ndlotau aI.
'( the desire 1 Is not conscious, and attitudes between different classes last Monday m Clewiston. Mayor Leon Bembry. eeatcruch
", as in the case of persons under the groups to which a person eamera. officially welcomed the map U ClewUUm. John T. Una.
:' influence of drugs or liquor; and belongs ,right facing camera was the Instructor for the four day MOW
in other case the person may not JUVENILE DELINQUENCYThere I radioactive material. This course of Instruction was one tt twt M*
U p recognize as a crime: the act which 1* no adequate answer to classes offered In the state designed to provide men proficient
t
he desires to perform. Nevertheless the question "who is a delinquent \Itorlng' Industrial sues of radioactive materials.. -STAFF PHOTO
it can be said that there must ," or "to what degree is he
be a desire or Impulse to do something delinquent The line of demarcation Mrs. Cye Tankersly, of Lubbock Stitt accompanied her to Oim.
that has been classed as a must be found in the social Texas, visited last week with her ter for a visit this week with It
crime, plus the opportunity to perform i significance of the child: behav sister. Mrs. Wm. T. Stltt and famand Mrs. John Johnston tad ton
"* !7 this act If either factor be ior. It may be that the boy who lly Mrs. Stitt and Mrs. Elizabeth Uy.
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absent, the crime will not be com steals a car for the purpose of joyriding -
STYLE: LEADER Heading Pontiac'i parade of 1904 cars It this Grand ,Prix sport mitted. can be released with little
coupe above. With its "over' and under" headlamp and new rectangular front parking The police are Interested In eliminating -1 more than admonition, while the Ideal Business Location

and turn signal lamps, the Grand Prix command immediate attention. From every angle both factors That part of child who pours gasoline on the 75 ft. by 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley
the Grand Prix use Its clean,line to suggest longer, lower, wider look. The profile is their activity dealing with opporo'tunity family cat and sets it afire should
highlighted by a thin goof line and large concave rear window. Floor console, bucket come under the bead of have clinical attention Across from Thrifty Drug Parkinson and Bank

seat and special instrument panel treatment add a sports car flair. The 1964 Pontiac crime repression. Activity directed: I I The first boy committed a tell Good TermsDADEMONROE
Catalina four-door sedan below is completely restyled while retaining a strong Pontiac ,toward the elmlnation of desiresis only, the second a misdemeanor,
Identity In addition to new styling colors and interiors, the '1964 Pontiacs feature prevention. Since the attitudes'' yet If we project into the future REALTY
wide range of high-performance V-8 engines, improved suspension system and a complete [ and desires which lead to crlm.1nall I>1 I the relative significance of the two
group of accessories for added safety and comfort Other Catalina models are a' behavior are usually formed in acts, we will be more concerned 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3-2941

two-door sedan, a two-door sports coupe, 'a four-door hardtop, a convertible and six early youth and since the probabil-l I with the misdemeanant
of I
and nine-passenger station itT changing already formed
_wagon
attitudes 1* greater with the child: I A DELINQUENCY
than with the adult, a preventative PREVENTION PROGRAM
JV's Play Tonight; lent first quarter and then completely program should be aimed primarily Scope .f Program September Special
fell apart both offensivelyand at the child.Youthful Brief and superficial as this
Seek First 50 x 10 Cranbrook Mobile Home
Victory defensively. is the first summary of the causes of criminal .
antisocial
year for the majority of the boys criminality or behavior has been, it should 2-Bed Furnished
make Fully
The "baby" Tigers will and experience! should provide improvement conduct 1* termed juvenile delinquency -'
serve as a basis for
,r their second attempt for a win tonight :- with each game. The age at which a juvenile outlining a
I comprehensive
against the Belle Glade 11 deemed to have become an prevention pro Only $3,850.00Price

$ j &
First such set-up delivery
a will deal
program
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A pm. Oct. S Belle Glade Here proMCtutlon varies somewhat from
with an the conditions that under- also other 2 & 3 bedroom models
Oct 8 Okeechobee Here
The Tigers were soundly state to state, but for the most
ced 354 by the junior Blue Devils Oct 1 Pahokee There part the age fixed by law Is either lie criminal: behavior It must You Buy For Less At
IL of Pahokee last week CIa the home: Oct SI Moore Haven 'lbere'Nov. 17 years or 18 years. Under that treat the physical mental, and personality

H field. The boys played en excel 1 I Okeechobee There age the person alleged to have I Unqneni.defects It mat: of remedy the potential ndeclr-de- CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc.

., -- committed: a criminal offense may| able environment conditions in the U.S. 27 YU 2.2661
Page Four THE!: CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla be handled in a special court and
family, the neighborhood
I and thecity.
Thursday October 3, 1963 accorded: special treatment The .
1 juvenile court hearing Is informaland I
the court' objective: Is the rehabilitation Second, the program will attempt
.. of the yo hful offendI tq reach ,the. potential delinquent
Off. 844-1355 early, with true ,
cr I prevention rather Engines & Pumps
i ; a... VI 8-2682 Unprecedented Increase in juvenile than reformation, as its keynote.
delinquency during the World Recognizing that most delinquent
I War II year focused the attention behavior has its origin in chlldhood:

of the nation on the 'problem It and adolescence, the program will L & F Engineering & Pump Co.
deal chiefly with juvenile
Thurmond W. Knight was recognized that the problem
AL MOKKELL, streaks Into the'j I was complicated: the causes obscure "Third, before problems can be
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker" endwtne for a touchdown Friday Communities which have attempted ,-, dealt with, they must be discovered Proudly Announcestheir
III..L The SO bunt ever tackle Is I i( to combat delinquencyI The program will therefore
rhunnond Knight Realty Inc. OFFICBl the lonrest play from scrimmagefor I for the most part conceded include (1)) means of locating potential appointment as dealers for the famous
1i a touchdown this. year |I the necessity tor communitywideaction I delinquents and unsatisfactory
2010 Avenue E Diesel
B.. SM0., Rl.l.r. Buck -8TAFPPBOTO. HERCULES ENGINE line, in
: with each agency accepting conditions, and ((2)) means for
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its allotted share of responsibility. treating individuals and improving gasoline and propane fuels, from 16 to 545

Ladies Of Lake conditions
--- horsepower.We .
Fourth, delinquency is more than
Bowling League Club a police problem-It Is a communIty also as
appointment
announce our
Team Standing Country
problem Wholehearted
cooperation -
Team W L among aU agencies concerned distributor for the full line of B. C propeller
Chapman Sport Shop __* Notes I -schools, welfare agencies, health
U. S Sugar Corp __ 8 agencies and police is absolutely pumps.
Old South .- ... ,...-,II tt SV4 By Waft and Teresa Stanton I indispensable. I
Parkinson -_ 6ft 5tt I I We want to share our good fortune
Tomorrow mark the first fall
Wilson Lumber 5% 6 tt Ladies Day at the Clewiston Country with the fine folks in our trade area. Therefore
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Canebrake w5% V4Hare
Machinery -
Lumber. .i..i..m..n-.* 8 dub, and member and visitor we are going to have a very special
remembering the fun of these ..
Baldree -- --- 4 S LOW the 35 models
LOW of
Scratch Indlytdnits Game events last year are looking forward price on two
1 OF TAMPA offers High BeliN eagerly to' their renewal in the line. For a limited time.
9FI Polly :McLendon M9Charlsle The gal golfers win tee off from THE CLEWISTON NEWSaa

Wilson ..., .., -- 438 9 to I 30 a,m. There will be a luncheon -! Engine Special
Leona White ................ 443 I I at noon and a business meeting
C "-- $1
All Types of Crane High Series of the Women's Golf Association : Gasoline unit 75ft H.P. <@> 2000 p.m. UjJJ

Sherry Ferrara .w..,.. ....-- Ul! afterward. I Diesel unit 66.6 H.P. <@> 2000 r.p.m$15

Rentals Sales Services Dora Belcher _____ 559 Visitors. are invited to come out Plus Sales Tax
I Folly McLendon 540 for the entire event. If you don't _
i You furnish the Operator 8en&clllDdldd.a1e GameP. I play golf, come and be an Interested These are enclosed units except for side panels--

i McLendon ,_.-, 170 I I spectator: and an the ladles Thurs Fri. Sat elude Murphy safety switches clutch and even tab
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Leona White .w. 170 enjoy the buffet luncheons. OctS4.5TIDE
& cables.
Sherry Ferrara ...... ..... 187 GREAT ESCAPE" tery
Glen "Red" Neal
I f Contact Ann Mattson ._... ...... .. 181 JAMES GARNERA
BonIta Henderson ?...., ,-.--?,-,-? 181 Sugarland Pharmacy most remarkable picture We Also Have
I US 27 Ph. YU 2-1257 Clewiston Winnie Plank 181. seems impossible, but its an Mobile Propeller Pumps, 8 to 18 Inches
I Handicap IndUUnal Game PIZZA true. Centrifugal Pumps 2 to '4 Inch Size
Sherry Ferrarra 231
Louise Campbell i-imiiiiiiu.i.m..j.i--,- SI) Sun.. Oct' I Very Reasonably Priced Rent or Sale! Det
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I k .. Men Bowden ...._. 208 YU 2:3311 3:13.5:30.7:30.9:30Mon.: : : Also Rent 24 to 36 Inch Stationary P ropePump's
': Tues., Oct 7-8
7:30: ,. 9:30"HOOTENANNY:


iii Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency, The weeping musical the nation sensation HOOT that's L & F Engineering & Pump Co.

SOLD Bow You'll.Enjoy It. Moore Haven Ma. PL W1I 6EVElY -2'17'


wishes to announce,that....",.,,.: --

,f as of October I 1963 : .
61 80 acres to Savannah Sugar Refining ;, .

j I : Corp. for a new, modern refinery in the C. J. NIELSEN FREE PAINT"OFFER2M

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have had in the a.aarex uasie HJtenaiSWTJ TMS A a.Ilt1a .....
We are pleased to a part I ,., ,...
t I aarN lee a.. uiesmR.e.i.
We better service t lased
hope to give
Clew you even ....... .... OHtatM a' MUfe > : ......... A.elwlr ,..IN
s 1: '1 negotiations which bring this firm to .. e-..... rear 0.- es NMI Mal. M',Ma+w...:.
.... e1mam N+M antis mass 1N ..."I"....... A.,N-
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; r MARY CARTER PAINT FACTOR

I ) I JUEGMIlwm-aBAL ESTATE: B10KX* Phone YU 2.7501 Clewiston rnrE WORLD'S URGES OPERATION OF ITS KINO "

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THE q.EWISTON NEWS Pare J'tIe ,r
The group voted to meet t Clewaton Fla. October J, U63 :
Thursday
;
- Miss Shows Tells Sorority Forms ly on the second and rezut.r-I
I nesdays of each month. ---- Mr- and Mrs. Walter A. Stewart,
Plans for Wedding PledgesThree has been pledged to Zeta Tan Alpha
Members attending were Mrs.I II Sorority la
University
Womefi Exemplar Chapter at Florida State
j 7'i3i I Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Shows announce I Vann. Mrs. Geno Hough Mrs. Toy.I de'riston girls have been Tallahassee.Miss .
the engagement and approaching Dumnce. Mrs Joe Sexton. Mrs.Rager soroitles duringthe
I Xl Delta hi. the newly formed Lowe, Mrs. George Coleman -, pledged to college Sandra McConvffle, daughter
'
of their daughter according to
marriage
Chapter of Beta Sigma full rush season of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. McConvllle -
Ferd Exemplar Mrs. Douglas Ellis Mrs.Parker '
Martha Ellen, to Mr. announcements from, the collegesMiss
has pledged Zeta Tau Alpha
first
held 1U regular meetingat
Phi. ,
Bill Perry.Mrs.
I Mrs.
Jr., of Mr. and Mrs Wilson
/ Naughton. son the home of Mrs Abner Vann 01 Mrs Vera Betsy Boy, daughter of Mr. sorority at the University: of Florida
I Ferd E. Naughton, Sr., of Madison, George Jepson
Wednesday evening, September 25. and Mrs John R. Boy has been In Gainesville.And .
Drake
Mills and Mrs. John
Florida. pledged to Delta Zeta at Louisiana
The wedding will be solemnized Committee chairmen were appointed refreshm.nU State University at Baton Rouge. Better Chc1rOfU'/
11 the Mr. Following the meeting (
by president
October 5th In the Catholic ChurchIn
: were served by the hostess. Miss Janet Siewert, daughter of Driver License)
Vann.
Troy, Ala.
.
Miss Shows is a graduate of
dewiston High School, and her
I fiance of Madison High School, in
Mldlson. Florida. Both are DOW
:1a members of the senior class of 1llLIfstth'hhIM8hi'4
Troy State College, Troy Ala.




I PersonalsMrs. I gijL '; r nl ...WIIBIE UlE'_AC1lJIIISI" '" S

(I I T
T. C. Yon, accompanied by
Mrs Cathy Lee of Belle Glade
spent the weekend in Eustls visiting .rt
Mrs. Yon's .on-indaw and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Brown.
1
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gornette are
A,4 I In Waynesville, N.C., for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs E. E. Kelly.
They will visit relatives in Kentucky -
3.*:< IMMM. before returning! home.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jesse
WILLIAM C. SPENCER m and son. Rick of Boca Raton, visited I
friends in dewlston Sunday.
:lish. She Is presently! teaching! English Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walton and
SprattSpencerVows In the Senior High School at daughters are visiting her parents
College Park Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Wakefleld in Tampafor _
SpokenAt several days this week.
Mr. Spencer was a graduate Mr. and Mrs. Eddye Currie have .
Atlanta, Ca.Mr. Cum Laude from Stetson University returned from a visit of several -:.
dan of 1962. While at Stetson days with their daughter, Miss
and Mrs.Joseph Ralph Spratt he was a member of Delta Lovvorn Currle In Tallahassee. TWO NEW NEVER-3EfORE OLDSMOBIUS!
announce the marriage of their Sigma Phi social fraternity Phi
daughter, Miss Harriet Leigh Society and Order of the Scroll and Miss one Currie of the Is employed state: departments parttimein JutStSfl New sports coupe In the medium-price class! JfftStSfffff New full-slzi, lower-priced "88" series!
Spurt, to William Caldwell Spencer Key, honorary frateiUlties. He It I while working on her master's degree You're l looking at OldimobOe's sporty new Ugh performer Just out-the Jetstar 88 eeriest Companion to the
ni. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cald- a second year medical student at at Florida State University. Jetetar I. Powered by the 394-cu.-In.Starfire V-8 Engine. Dynamic and Super 88*, .it Introduce a brand new 830-
wen Spencer, Jr., of LaBelle, on Emory University School of Medicine Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss PuHen and Features distinctive: rooflin., bucket seate,control console eu.-ln.Jetflre Rocket V8. Four smart Jotetar 88a In alL

Friday September e, 1963 at At- in Atlanta. I children, Jon Emily and David, of
luta. Ga. I The couple are at home at Beg Canal Point and Mrs. and Mrs. Wilson -
Mrs Spencer is a 1962 graduate Boyette and children, Jan,
Linwood
Avenue, NE Apt 5, Atlanta. I
of the University of Florida Gainesville Georgia. Mike and Valerie of Lakeland, join
where she majored In_Eng. ed Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morgan
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Mrs. Sammy Weaver and Mr and \
Mrs. Gerald Lewis lAd daughter, j
Marsha, of dewiston on a trip to
Lake Placid to visit Mr. and Mrs
Clewiston House of I I W. T. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Beauty E. Lewis Sunday .5
I|I Mrs. C. K. Bowden and children
left :yesterday for their home at
I, ML Clemens Mich after sperJlngseveral r.
and
[ weeks in OewUton with
Mrs. Beryl Bowden.
I I J. Homer Bible attended a meet. CUTIAII HOLIDAY COUM huu '
I log of county superintendents in .. ,.. tI.... .'
Lois Beauty! Salon I Gainesville Sept. 28 and ZT, at ** ....* **" *** *'**' *wM.> *" '+,*V', ... I,
; which the officials were versed oa .
fr _i .* 9'' ; *-? -< I the new laws recently! passed by
.... Meet the more-for-the-money car of theoldJ F-881
the Florida Legislature.Mrs. Awl ----- .IRII
S. H. Stalls was called to ffftf IIBIfIIJ1fII'" Mon roominttt, thanks to ten extra Inches In length! More ,

Announces the Lake Placid Monday morning by 'a ban from new a new-O.WaRocket V-8I g-S.l- !Man Man tailing comfort* from and
following ar&w u.
the death
of her
grandfather J. C. roadatUtty from a thrae-inch-longer whe lbaes.rugged .
Smith. Funeral services were held Guard-Beam Frame! Plus mon fmturtt mart fashion .. .
Wednesday afternoon and she returned more of tvtrytMngt Step Into your OldamobUa Dealer'a today i
home that evening.Mr. 1IIppII""SUpf/llIIII pll'fQl'8I8IIGIJl and step out In a mon-for-th -monty F-86f '
price change and Mrs. Abner Vann spent .
the weekend in Miami assisting (,if1QS;

his Mrs.mother move to her new home.. an ALL or THE QIMUTY-IUILT ...GLD.MOIILI.i NiNrrv.ti.HT. .T.HFine. awn N. DYNAMIC, JBTVTAII ,I. _All/ H, r-o ,' ;
I spent Gladys Saturday Stalls night of Moore with Haven Mr. ..=............................................ VISIT YOUR 1C"". Atm-riZED: OLDSMOBILE QUALITY DEALER I ............................................._ f 0"Chuck" i
Effective October 10,1963 and Mrs. S. H. Stalls enroute to .
Miami She left Miami Tuesday by Wells Motor Company" :
plane for Honolulu to attend the ..:... ""

national Mr. end postmaster'Mrs. Abner Vann convention.were W. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. YUkon 2-4501

and'SET business visitors in DeLand Monday t ""
SHAMPOO $2.75 following a minor auto accident ooirr MISS THE AWARO-WINNINe'GA51T MOOD wow-TmsoM, Si8HT Tetni-. I. "
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by their daughter Judy Saturday
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLYOF HI-HAVEN BAPTIST
ST.MUtTIN'8 CHURCH Cll
GOD lca
i Rambler- Adds luxury Hardtops for '64 407(North Kptaoopal FscUlo) Rev 102 E.L. T.Ventura Fagan Arena, Pastor James F. Klmbrtl, Pastor 9:43 Rev.aap.-Sunday Vie Highway Turner 7t Paster

The Rev. Clark II. Dorman Vicar SchoQl
9:43 a.m. Sunday School Sunday: 11:00: a.m.-MorDin
Sunday; Services: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service Sunday; School,, 10:00: : .- g Wrelotaa
7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist 8:43: p.m--Training Union Adult Worship, 11:00: 1:00 p.m.-Evenin l o6:43
1:30: ajn.-Family: Service and 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service Youth Worship, 11:00: Wednesday: WOl1hp!
Church School Wednesday: Prayer Hour, 7:00: 8:00: p.m.-PraTer
Confessions by appointment. 7:00: v-nt.-Officers and Teachers Evangelistic Rally, 7:30: -Meeting
Meeting Tuesday: lUST METHODIST
NOBTHSIDE MISSIONARYBAPTIST 8:00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service Orchestra Practice, 7:00: 331 W. OIeeola CUuact
Aveua.
CMtttCn)
Wednesday: Rev. Richard
i 304 N. Francisco Street! Knight, Pasta
i, 8.43: p.m.-choir Practice Christ's Ambassadors 7:45 IU: a.m.-Church
Pastor School
Elder Lester D. Beams 11:00
:
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 8:00 a.m.-Morning service
:
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship p.m.-Methodist Youth r.
1I 1 1r,7 8:30: p.m.-BTC CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL low.hlp
I South Clewiston HOLINESS CHURCH Thursday: :
7:30: p.m.-Evenln Worship
Wednesday: Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor South Clewiston 7:30: p.m.-<:holr Practice
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 9.43: a.m.-Sunday School Rev. J. R. ,Taylor, Pastor -
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service CHURCH OF CImts
Unloi 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School (
Training Cllrlellaa
r 7:00: p.m.-Baptist )
'
I CHURCH OF CHRIST 8:00 Worship Service 11:00: a.m,,-Morning Worship North Suarland
I : 3M South Central Arena Tuesday: p.m.: 7:43: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic .. John C. SchefCer Audllor1l1111
; Earl Arnold, Minister 8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood Service. 10:00: .m.-Bible School MInIster .
Sunday: Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-
j Wednesday: Conununlon
10:00: a.m.-Bible School '7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service Wp Service and pee

; keynotes the entire 1964 Rambler line, -chrome--ceiling- bows, a lull wraparound safety 11:00'7:00:: p.m.-Wor.hIp a.m.-Worship Thursday: Friday: Wednesday:
Luxury 8.00 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:43: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p-m.-Blble Study
:
I which IOU on showroom dfipUy October 3.The pad plus wood-grain Inserts on the Instrument Wednesday:
. I'i ,} new AmbMiador 990-H two-door hardtop Include panels and,doors, and a 270-horsepower V-8 '7:30 p.m. Midweek Devotions This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following
and station
al standard equipment bucket seats with engine standard equipment Sedans and Bible Stud7ClWKaJ :

[i f! f folding!! ,Mrter, !,rmres, ..end!: .f center console I ,.,_wagons. also are available.. OF GOD Hendry County Floyd! Howell, Agent Parkinson'e l Inc.

.. Motors Complete ****** to,
312 Paeiflo Avenue STANDARD OIL COMPANY

. II t I Clewiston; Church Directory 10:00: a.m.Rev.-Sunday Joe Coleman School Phone-8-6501 -' -

: 11:00: a.m. Homing Service Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal
'
7:30: -Evening Worship
'I Tuesday: Wednesday p.m. : Kelly Tractor Co. Store &SAVWCB LOAN an
. 'II" I page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWScrewf. bl, Fla. 'T:30 p.m/ .Prayer Meeting '7:30 p.m. Prayer Service FHOM8-TO01
Thursday,"October 3, 1963 .Friday: Friday: ___ "It's Easy to TV _

ST. BURQARETS CHURCH 6.00: p.m.-Westminster. :J'eI1owo' I 7:30: p.nv-Young People's Meeting '7:30 p.m.-Young'People's Endeavor The Clewiston News '1'be> GMdeM w'*" Royal's Inc.

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208 North Atlantic Street ship
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Wednesday: ,
7:30: p.m.-choir Practice
I, Clewiston Florida toO
I Rev. Larkin F. Connally .
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Administrator APOSTOLIC FAITH ..
Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 11:30: a.m. Sooth Clewiston
1 Weekday Masses. 7:00: SJn. Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor
6:00 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
Holy Days of Obligation : p.m.
Confessions. Saturday from 4 to 5, 11:00: a.m.Preachlng
and 7 to 8 p.m.COMMUNITY 1EHcx

('} Cy"ttlE l.f
PRESBYTERIAN
iJ' ?Ii( y a:' awta"dS
407 Royal Palm Avenue
: Henry H. Ford, Minister
9:45 a.m.-Sunday School
11:00 t.m.-Morning Worship IF YOU WANT TO UVE TO 'SS ,
J 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish SEE A HUNDRED, DONT'
House KEEP LOOKING' FOR IT
ON YOUR SPEEDOMETER///

I Fun-I-Val Planned ,
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For Hallowe'en \

,, Members of the Lions Club have lr II

begun planning for the Hallowe'en Ih xL
Fun-I-Val, which will be a repeat
of the very successful event slag .
I ',-, ged by this club last year. The 11
Fun-I-Val is substituted for the :
former Hallowe'en Carnival,which _..,; (I ', .
was sponsored in years past
"
The Lions committee, which will ,
I work again very closely with Gene
,,. Fuller, recreation director, is composed Drive Slow and Live '
of John Corbin, Richard 1964 Rambler American 440-H hardtop,
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!
I'' Phelps and George Kemp. 440 convertible, 330 station wagon t

"' The Fun-I-Val will be expanded
this year into a larger event and
I F the commitee believes the new '
w FRESH NEW SPIRIT OF 041
,,;d plans win relieve much of the
o I crowding: and waiting at some oft

t the booths last year., 321 E SUGARUND WV ANNOUNCING .

f.,;' later.Further details will be announced / RAMBLER'64.al-iiew! style 'all-new luxury!

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L Totally new Rambler Americans with all-new stylingnew ridefull 6-passenger room.

j New exciting Rambler Classics and Ambassadors new hardtops
V-8's
: new luxury new features.
WoiiJ'W'tiet} : mmunlotl'm.

? ; d tl eN Today,see how the Rambler Idea-the Idea NEW, !I' Rambler Classic hardtop, with PLUS!Ramblers now have 33,000-mile

.DO M UHIMBUMCI Of MB of listening to car owners' wants-pays off choice. of Six or new 198-hp V8. Smart or 3-year chassis lubrication; rattle-free
.
I ; .. r .5 *foe: you. NEWT Rambler Americans-tha sedansandwagonstoo.NEWIExcitingnew Advanced Unit Construction, with rust

Community Presbyterian Church* ;;J compact economy king with fell-new beauty, options: 7-position Adjust-0.Tt!! steering fighting galvanized steel panels. See how

F I Ij 407 Royal Palm*Avenue .. 'all-new; 6passenger room.NEW I Everyinch $Shift-Command; Aash-0-Matlc floor well Rambler listens to your wants. how

I y HENRY HORRELL FORD: Minister '.14 new.Smart curved-glass side windows,too. Stick V-8s-you shirt, or it shifts Itself. beautifully Rambler '64 fills your needs.
NEWI I Brilliant new hardtops, sedans, and NEW I Rambler Ambassador V-8 offers Am.rlcanMotors-D.dIcaf.dloExcel/end e
8:45 A.M. Bible School
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11:00: AJJ. Worship ,convertible. Smart newbig-spaceation wagon, sedan-two new hardtops; one with

SUNDAY OCTOBER 6 1963 wagons. NEWI All-new ride, with new suspension 270-hp V-8, bucket seats, console, front RAMBLER'64Rambler
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COMMUNION: MEDITATION- : longer wheelbase.wider tread. and rear center armrests-all standard. leads because Rambler listens


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r' ':" ,.. 'tT,,;,_mervatlon service. We honor Credit Coras. Today I On display at your Rambler Dealer! _
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Telephone Company Presents "Inter-County wishes to recognize
the service our employees renderto
the community, to the Companyand :
Service Awards to Local Couple to the telephone industry." He '
further elaborated that one of the y
more appropriate way to accomplish -
Two local area Inter-County; Telephone sistant General Manager b. T. this It by awarding service +r ,
w n ni
System employees were 1 Shearer, of Fort Myers, In a cere- pins, and that these employeesare r r
honored last Wednesday night when mony at the Clewiston Inn.
living examples of those who
,
I each presented With
they were Service Award pins.i In presenting the diamond studded -have met the test of responsibility.;
'Dirty Year pins to Mr and Mrs. William TIle poller of presenting Sea :
jte presentation was made by As A. Moore, Mr. Shearer said that doe Award pins fat reoofnUaon
I of continuous yean of service
with the Company was Innovated
. this rear by the Inter-Conn-
CHKGKERBOARDNowyou' '
. ty System
The pins are a replica of the
''lserVlce'bulletin' Company Insignia with 13 links of
a chain representing the 13 counties -
'
In which ,service is providedIn
South Central and Southwest
Florida. All employees with five
or more years of continuous service -\
are eligible for the awards i '
and at each five year anniversaryup
awarded.to,the 30th a different type pinis

Both Mr and Mrs. Moore received i
30 year pins with diamonds;
however, they have a combined
total of almost! TJ yean experi
get ence. Mr. Moore started his illustrious -
telephone career in Decem-
ber 1924 at Arcadia, Florida;when
MANN WIIIDDEK. SOARING HEAVENWARD with
MILK PLUS"Nursing he went to work as a truck driver ler, manufacturer's representative la a demonstration of 4'
and lineman In 1928 he
was promoted
meat for the City of Clewlston electric department.-STAFF I' '
to Installer-repairman, and I :
was transferred to Fort ,Meade, : s !
Florida. Rotarians Discuss big of one block of I
Chow Sobaeqqnently Mr. Moore will be undertaken during
worked as aa Installerrepairmm Club Projects year,. and Carlos Dickey ; ,
In Avon Vfouchitla on conference with
and valuable Park. Rotarians discussed several club and the city: : I
and Arcadia, and la 1929 he was'I members i
projects: at the regular luncheon "
promoted to and this_.) : i
manager moved meeting at the Inn Monday, with !
to. Florida. In JI
premium OkeecnobM. Nail .
Carl-Hornsby presiding. Landscape Campbell
e M 1143 Mr Moore' was transferred I' ---"--, ,_. ..--.
to Clewlstoa as local manager
bargains too! and bas held this position !

Mrs.for the Moore last started 20 years.her telephone '64 J Jet- Smooth Luxury CHEVROLET

career In 1929 as a relief operatorIn
Arcadia, Florida. When Mr.
Moore transferred to Okeechobee
In 1929 as local manager Mrs.
More than 30 items offered in premium catalog Moore of course went along and

inside each bag. Use the coupon on the back cover to at continued Okeecbobee her work exchange.In as an. operator I,

order an item each time you get a bag of Nursing Chow December 1943 Mr. and Mrs..
Moore both were transferred to
Start calves right on PURINA dewlston where Mrs Moore work: L:1
ed as chief operator and cashier.In :
NURSING CHOW. <* Valuable"1
1952 dewlston exchange was
Save hours shopping : : premium coupon converted to dial operation, and 1
Inside eachpriced Mrs. Moore then assumed full time
and money,too.Some items
J duties ts cashier for both Clewlston
as much as $10.below bag and Moore Haven exchanges EI

normal retail. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were 'marred .
In November 1929 and both
Order Purina Nursing Chow I have spent their lives in a business
dedicated to service In a community -
at store. I;
our i I ; Both say they have enJoyed -
I the experience and have tr
found much pleasure In being able
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"*4 CAtrroM,Impel Sport- Sedan : '

Besides looks, ride and power-what's' so special about it? .

The dewlston Inn (if s so reasonably priced) : ;

Kind of leaves the high-priced cars! some explaining to do, of four smooth transmissions to go with them. r '
wouldn't you say? Long and luxurious-with a fresh And underlying it all,the opulent feel of this'64 Chevrolet'* j
christened look. Richer roomy interiors with subtle new Jet-imooth ride. ;
blendings of colors and fabrics. Like the ultra-soft vinyl Matter of fact, the most noticeable difference between ; I
upholstery In the new Chevrolet Impala Super this beautiful new 1964 Chevrolet and the high- i i
Sunday Feature Sport Series priced can Is the price itself.
A choice of seven engines, no lees, with output Let your dealer show you how much luxury I'
all'the way up to 425 hp.* And a choice that reasonable Chevrolet price now buys. 4
For the Beefeater ...%, .,.",._ .:.
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in the Graduate tion there is expected to be near'' o'clock and
"Florida orange" for a new shadein who teaches 10 to
ilII -w es s oae both lipsticks and fabrics? 'I School of Business at New York the 1-BILLION mark before many I' Archbold Biological VenllllD4"Slatlon,

\\ II And If the cranberry processors University "Japan Tries for a decades have pas.ed.Audubonitcs. 'I migrating birds should be
can take advantage Second :Miracle" will be an eye-; as weB .. the Florida

of tying In with a new fashIon opener for many\ Americans.I Enjoy ;: monly called scrub Jay lay tolD-
j 6M promotion&! I'm sore our heartily recommend it for the are asked to brine a Mell1be-!,
citrus people would find It clarity and brevity with which It Everglades Film i Visitors Are picnic IU :
j inv.tlt d!
jj to
Land of
t worthwhile to do something pictures the progress this I trip also irate t tilt
j similar If "Florida orange" the Rising Sun has made and the Members of the Lake Okeechobee -
should become a high style unusual position it now occupiesin Audubon Society saw a recent. I =
shade In the fashion world. world affairs. ly produced film entitled "High -
.
: Under those circumstances although lights of the Everglade at their Glades Roofing co:
I'm pretty conservativewhen To accomplish its phenomenal meeting Thursday evening Septem. AD 'Type of
,. i it comes to"choosing clothes recovery Mr. Drucker notes that ber 26. A good crowd of membersand S >Hew Winkaid
,
I I i and accessories, :you might even "Japan has in a decade managedto visitors was present. Nnr Cclattnetloil.. ..
r I IJ I f find me wearing an orange tie make massive breakthroughs on Routine business' was transacted. ..pa... ....

J I Ii .l now and then. five different and distinct frontsin The'fir.t field trip of the fan sea Phone 2-7111
investment, in mass marketing -
new
held
son will be on Sunday 'after-
i You may have noticed in a recent In apiculture, in education noon October 13. The group will Day"r Erenhn
1" rI 1 issue of TIME magazine a ,and in health." i meet at the Clewiston Inn at 1 P. O. Box Itq
I f'j' I r 1 pretty comprehensive report on Of the breakthrough In agriculture CLEWISTON ru
j Red hlna."Agriculture. he notes: "Ten years
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," the reporter ago halt the Japanese population --
said "It China's jugular vein and worked on the land, bat
i the year's critical period is the Japan could not feed herself.
J ., ;
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third of the
winter crop harvest which takes Today only a population
place in spring and early sum- .la still on the land.
mer; This year'* grain harvest But though the Japanese bow re ,
i Is expected to be good but only have to feed a far larger
: moderately ao. population than they did a decade

In contrast with the drab overall ago, they are about to a
I iI outlook in Red China is the acquire that fashionable national

iI situation in Japan. In the past decade disease, an unmanageable
this country: has moved a- farm surplus.
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head ao rapidly that it now ranksas
I the world's third richest mar- One of the most unusual and

ket after the U.S. and Europe. significant achievements of modem
;' One of the most Informative reviews Japan Is the reduction of its
Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Fla. I of the Japanese economy to birth rate to the Western level so
: Band_ Presented I Thursday .October 3, 1963 come to my attention is a 12-page that., alone of all non-western P
brochure being distributed by the' countries Japan is not being overwhelmed

I :1 I' Excellent Show ,... ... And one of the shades is Argentine U.S.-Janpanese Trade Council 1000 by a population explo-
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I :! orange! Connecticut Avenue N.W., Wash- sion.

I At Half-Time The1J1.zmtrrront7dtll \ I Well that's O.K. for Latin ington D.C.Written In contrast Red China's birth UNTOUCHED BY HANDSThe

American trade but how about by Peter F. Drucker rate is booming, and the popula

The dewiston High School ey

,'. : 1963 Sugarland Band premiered !A DoyhCemmisJ
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I before the Jocal fans tit Cane Field o, f a u ?'"' n i
I:. during Friday, @irenln 'football' floriorot9 J P

y 1;, game betty&n \lhe ""{JJe ''and.,. ,e oerMasM of Ay
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The largest all junior-senior high "
I '' band ln*'Oiewlston history1"'began TWO items in food industry
playing'promptly' fit''x30: 'for trade publication' attracted! my attention
the earljParrlvlng "ani'and' laj- recently. 'They' producedthe
kIJ ed contlnuousty- untiT 'game time. germ of an Idea that might be
The band's half-time'show ufo tj used sometime to promote addi-
,:, ball prvtew"'presented several tional interest In our Florida cit

a new iJ1nd.nUon.1or the Sugarland rus.
I l Band. Th: *"quick'stepplnr band The first report concerned a
: "unique promotional assist" which
entered the 'field at a brisk 180
f N R+ : !o S'6 z
the cranberry industry is getting xy
steps per minute, marching alternately -
J forward and 'backwardNewest from the fashion world.
I Just at the time products 'V
additions
to the band include i.r '
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wfga y p..tt 4
the new Drum Major Bill from the new cranberry crop C y -
\ Perry *ho 'has the responsibility are being marketed the cloth-

rl of full control of the band on the lug Industry Is featuring a .
". field and the bands solo twirler new color "Cranberry red. \
"; Barbara'Rlgby, a veteran performer -I! 1&'. high style this fall for
with the Qewlston band. men, women and children.
J" Produce News "Mouth
1;: The "Dan 1nJ Sugarettes" Is the Says :
watering cranberry tones are on
,
new title for. the high stepping ..
display wherever milady turns,
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,1i twlrlin, who
corps performed
'; 1 intricate and .often the colors -matched
dancing and
twirling routines -
with the
up berry or cranberry
at each game. The Sugarettesare products."

.. under the guidance of Mrs. h .ro ,
To the fashion-food
Bob Adams i encourage t -s
,. affinity, a nationally known pro
Although the band has received i
several cessor of the berries is providing
new Item of equipment 55 tWls
display posters and products to
; for this season, the members are
department Stores and specialty
particularly proud of their new
set of five basses. These brand new shops on request, and offering
.A
prizes for the best in- tore and
:f 08 sparking basses replaced instruments -
window
displays.
manufactured prior to
fit World War II As a special "bonus" the processor b
will serve cranberry juice
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The Sugarland Band practices I cocktail free for a day: to patronsof
from 3 to S p.m three days a week store. that the power'
car
a prize-winning answers question, It wasn't
$ in an effort to maintain the high I easy, topping our super- stability a 389-cu in.Trophy V-8

the standards band. All already rehearsals established are open by ,woman's The second beauty report aid: lipstick concerns a "After their '63 model, what in the successful '63. But we did it, with trim in every model a Isn't this what other I

%' to the public. Accordlngto Supermarket world will Pontiac do for '64?". new styling handsome new interiors a cars wish they looked and acted like
The band will .
be in the
stands
J News a new line of lipsticks now smoother
: a quieter ride a Wide-Track and '
one-half hour prior to game time being offered to the trade 1 Is in don't 64 Pontiac Pontiac

c playing favorite marches, songs "Pan' Am" (for Pan American) .. "' ,__.,__u. ,
11 and popular and swing tunes at all shades, such as Chilean red Peruvian -
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; {!! Native Fish! If you've ,been buying she !same What's pew with Tempest for '64? Practically pension
I 1 ", a new brakes a new steering a
:, + low-priced car time after.time, .*. everything New 215-cubic Inch I
frame
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STOLEN: Registered -boned aewiston Tin. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Nine' itructlon continues
hound. Named BImBo. Weigh Thursday October 3, 1983 I "If :you do not file a Notice of
GClASSIFIED.AD. :I Commencement, all payments you "''I,
lbs Marty Waldron, Phone YU '
100 ;
I make will be Judged to be Improper ,

I 3-1561. ocU7cSTOLEN New Lien Law Pr,ovisions and lieners can demand more

YUkon M201 : Registered red-bone( than the contract price if such: was
PHONE AIRBOAT FOR SALE: 63 hp Con FOR RENTFurnished- apartment "
jl

i_ASsiTIED RATES InIer :ODo Four 70 cents cents I tlnentaL Contact Fry Hardware tic YU New 24421.kitchen. Three rooms, Phone tIc 100 hound.Ibs. Marty Named; Waldron BImBo Phone Weigh YU Important To All Who Build the It case.is important that owners' and

mrft: four Insertions mew: SUPPLY OF SCRATCH. 3-1581. Liberal Reward. contractors be aware of these; pro

', for the price of three. PADS are ready. New ofnee. SLEEPING ROOM for rent 10.00 October first was effective date within 30 days, you need not file visions in order to protect their

HORSE FOR SALE: Gentle per week for steady renter. of the new Lien Law, passed by I another Notice so long as the con rights.Harlem .

Excellent mare Phone YU 23694. octlT: 1 the Florida Legislator* of 196.1,
for
children.

miscelt I1eOUS for Sale 2-7451 after Mrs. 2 Beth p.m.Moorman Call octl7c YU I FOR RENT: Two, one bedroom- RIAL mm: which contractors affects on rights all new of constructionIn owners or NewsEvents

apartments and one efficiency. I the state .
FOR SALE: Annuals. Flower and LaByers Motel. YU 22891. tfc The Florida Concrete and Products .1 I

; -TRADESWAP: Davtd vegetable plants In Individual FOR SALE large: New bath.three block bedroomone veneer I Association Inc., has issued and News Of Our Colored Community

BrIdle 2-wbeel garden tractor peat pots. Corbin Farm and Ranch FOK RENT-Furnished cabins and home. Corner lot 705 Bond Street a summary of this law, which MRS. JANE S. GATADHA Colored News Editor
cutdsipar Supply.Busings. trailers. Is here for the information -
cultivator, disc and lawn acU'Ic Johnson Fishing Camp oct24c: published Phone YU 2-7851
baS coat complete $36300, % YU 21181. tie of readers, who should be Informed
! air conditioner; I Hotel 20 of its provisions: I NOTES FROM SCIENCE AT CLUB NOTES
WestlnlboUSe FOR SALE: George's
toll" exhaust fan; 20" window fan; ServicesRADIO FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished *: rooms furnished A bargain. YU "As an owner, when :you are HARLEM ACADEMY I The Friendly Christmas Saving

}" pedestal fan; 1949 Jeep wag- apartment Phone 21271.tfc! 2-1951.: Box 1253, Clewlston, Flor ready to start construction, yo-f At open house for the two new I dub will meet at the home of Mr.
Jeep wagon; Marine scoutmodel ida. Jan2c must file a Notice of Commencement additions at Harlem Academy, the and Mrs. Leroy Williams, Saturday -

?; 1963 ; 1954 Dodge '-door, Mrs. Ernest Simmons with the Clerk: of the Or science department under the supervision night, October 8. We are looking .
airplane FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer
chickens; new file & TV SERVICE. Carlthers cult Court This notice 1* to be posted of their Instructor :Mrs. M.I. forward to seeing each member

elite leghorn large electric wall clock; Radio & TV Sales with service Park spaces.Phone YU Royal 2-2603.Palm Trailer tie DEMAND GREATER THAN In a protected location on the Black, had a display of chemistry present for an enjoyable evening.

iT cabinet ADen adding machine and Nickel Building 108 Bond Street EVER for houses, acreage businesses. Job site The Notice of Commencement experiments. Demonstrations Officers are, Mrs. Susie Beckton,

C.register combined; 1 single Clewlston, Fla. Phone YU JS644L FOR RENT Furnished apartment We have customers wait Is good for only; 30 day af- were as follows: president; Mrs. Elbertha Black-

cash 4 tingle mattresses. Will sell YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic Call YU 2881. tic In,. List your property with us. ter you file It or :you win have to Steam bath, Doris, Sims; Glass mon, secretary; Mrs Fannie Davis,

bed trade; above for cow. calf, horse, BLUM & SONS PLASTERING J. E. Beardiky. Ph. YU 2-750L file another one after the lapsed bending, John Carl Brumfield; treasurer; and Mrs. Annie Jones
Or CoIr Ito period. However, \ file Measuring liquids, Mary Lewis; reporter.
MIL pigs, or what have you. Very Best Work once :you
tact Al Gray, Box 781, dewiston. W. Save You Money; ( !' (Wanted i your Notice and start construction Transferring a liquid, Gwendolyn I

Florida. "PJ Pattering, Simulated Stone I REAL ESTATE Patrick; Weighing a substance In CARD OF THANKS
Stucco Free Estimate NORTHSIDE''bedroom frame, CITY COURT a beaker, ALzora Williams; Filter
I I wish to extend sincere
j'1959: Chevrolet Im my
J ; : Licensed and Insured WANTED-HOUSEKEEPER: : Care 110.000. James D. West, careless driving, log Sherease Weekly thanks and deep appreciation to

pals. Six cylinders! balance new tires.an 25 Years In Business for children, live in home Contact NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, $25.00; Carl F. Tatom, DWI, $200or Filtering salt Willie James Pope, .the Hendry General Hospital staff,
coal down payment 3850: Lora Street I $9,000. 60 days, revoked driver's' license Proper attire for laboratory experiments
Call YU 23421. tic J. R. Varnum, 605 E. Trinidad my many friends, sisters. of the-
sd1lDanced.! Fort Myers, Fla. tIc after S oct3p ACREAGE as available. ; Richard L. McLeod, runningred Paul Jones; Proper wayof Eastern relatives brothers
p.m. Star
Mrs. Gerald WhiteyA85iI ED /-0171 or OX 42874 5 ACRES NEW' 2-BEDROOM 2 light $10.00; Robert Joe Strick. folding aprons, Louise White; ,
of .8a Masonic for cards
BUGGY FOR SALE: WANTED: Vacuum cleaner: In good bath frame home. Hardwood land, unlawful speed $25.00; Clarence Measuring liquids in a burette, Lodge ,
towers find attention I received
motor dual 12:50 Kentucky Home condition, upright or tank model floors. Blackman, unlawful speed, Bernice Pope; Testing the odor of ,
Oldsmobile while 'tlent in General
; ) In Broward Palm a p* Hendry
323 FHA tOMES ,
Call YU 2-3421. Uc a substance, Leander Weekly Sand
11.00 3 Lawrence ;
Hardware, tic or days; C. Scott,
tires Contact Fry Mutual Life Ins. Beach and Dade counties, wart unlawful speed 13.00 3 Bath, Elizabeth Bobo; and preparation Hospital. 1 aura wish to extend a
WANTED Used TV, Call and Small cash or days; special thai> to Dr. Allison and
ONE OF THE SOUNDEST IN : portable ous sizes prices. of Cole- <
OR SALE Payroll envelopes, Robs A. Pope, DWI, $200 or 60 oxygen, Dorothy
printed wish form for FOR RENT Efficiencies: and and ell of
and other deductions. AT YOUR SXRVlCt you.

withholding MAN WANTED to manage and operate houses as available.. Weston MIncer, public drunk, $35;

Box of SOOt Clewlston Sybil Cecil a retail Watkins Route in Over 1.000()( vacant lots to select Franklin D. bon, unlawful speed, CHATTER lye OES NOTES Mrs.Respectfully Thelma Ziegler

Yews Office. 342 W. Sagamore Ave. I this area Earnings of 8123.00 per from for all purposes. Various $2500; The local chapter of OES, Chapter .

FOR SALE: Jacobsen: 24" Reel octlOp week from the very beginning. prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Lamar Story public drunk, $25.- 29B celebrated. Eastern Star
riding mower with fibre Write Mr. McCarity, P. O, Box AND INCOME: 00; James Rudd, unlawful speed, Jay, Sunday, Sept 6. The celebra CARD OP THANKS

type catcher. One 21" television -SINGER SEWING MACHINE 627. WUliston, Florida. octlOc PROPERTY. $1500; Joe .Trlquet, DWI, $20000 tlon was begun with a parade with I wish to express my gratefulnessand .I
lass grass representative will be at Old- RENTAL. Recent or 60 days and 10 *
MONTHLY for
1360 days second police escort from the Masonic sincere thanks to
LtByer's.Motel YU 22891 dens Furniture Store each Friday.For HELP WANTED: Girl for light of my many
CBS construction $23,000. offense; license revoked and
: ; Joe Temple to Friendship Baptist friends for their kindness during
tic parts, sales, service stop in fice work. 8 week. Send ..
days
per LONG TERM,tow interest, farm Trlquet no valid driver's license of
church Among the high lights my DIness. I am Jl'atefu1lndeed to ;
Mrs. J. T. Webb or call YU 2-6721. tic and Box
qualifications to
photo cane, grove and ranch mortgages $150.00 or 30 days and 10 days for the parade was a' performancefrom Dr. Shupe and the staff of Hendry j

FOR SALE: 1959 Pontiac Boone SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom aewiston XX, Clewlston, Fla. News, Box 1236 Ito, minimum $50,000. second: offense. .Harlem Academy Band and General for making It possible for 'I

vflle sport coupe. $1250 or Will made. Complete line of LISTINGS M.LANKFORDKef. NEEDED -- the* American Legion members, me to enter Pine Ridge Hospital '

trade tor late model pick-up truck. drapery and slip cover fabrics. t.. Real Estate Broker NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL' who turned out in uniform. The where I was admitted for surgery.
Free estimates. Can YU 2-583L TAX DEED: Following was given at The kind attention I received while
Contact At Gray, Box 781 Lewiston program I
LOST & FOUNDLOST 530 East Sugarland Highway Chapter 1(1.II Statute"NOTICED
Florida. ltp Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand Fire, Auto and General Is :;' OIc1a.lT n that the church. there meant so much to my com "I
Upholstery, tfc Insurance MRS. J. M FOUNTAIN, the holderof Selection, audience: Scripture, fort and well-being. I express a

FOR SALE Parrakeets. 2.00 Mrs. James E. Barton dewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-UU said the certificate following certificate for a tax has deed.filed to Bro. Lee Jenkins; Prayer, Bro. special thanks to Dr. John Bacon ':

up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds : Pair eyeglasses between be Issued thereon. The Certificate Ben Brown; Selection, Friendship and Dr. James R. Anderson of ,I

monkeys, cages, supplies. Sugarland Park and Post Office.H. orlptlon number, year of the of property issuance, the and dee.the Baptist Choir; The Occasion. Sister West Palm Beach, for their care :

Pet boarding. Thompson Wild JOR KIM D. Stickler Phone YU 2-6621. ltp Public NoticeNOTICE name ae follow In which! It was assessed are Fannie Davis; Welcome Ad- and attention. I am proud to be

Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- Certificate No. II dress, Sister B. S. Bobo; Solo, Sis convalescing, presently at home. I,

121. tIc Year of leeuance, unto ter A. Johns Hendry; Reading, May God shower his richest blessings .
Description of property Sugar.
.00 SD. flllc J, Lot 4. Miss Gall Jackson: Selection, upon each and all of :you.\
ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS FOR RENT: New pianos 18 per I
Bptsmbr is. 118 after this day Name la which assessed! Jssslo Friendship Baptist Choir Introduction Respectfully,
Guaranteed. $19.95 down, $14.04 month. Trombones $600 month. r will not bs rssponslbl for debts Lee Crawford, Boa ItO. Clewlston. ;
Real Estate Incurred by anions other than myTtAKNV Florida.All of speaker Sister Mattie Mrs. Morris X. Adams
accord-
per month. LAKE APPLIANCE Cornet 6.00 month. Also of said I
.If. property beingIn the Hilton .Address, Sister Emma Lou II!
CO,YU J.71SL '.. .,4fc iaw.-BanJos. Guitars, ..Mandolins.Holdridge Exclusive Listings :* WJLLt4)(1Jept. -' Oountr-vt-Hentt-jr. Mat of Florida. ;
? f CN No gas fS unless such Corbett W.M. Solo, Clyde Black-
Johnnie YU 24731cctlTc certificate ihall be ;
Mrs. JacksonFOR Music Center 1/. II, Oct.. I.; Office open 9 AJt-fl P.M. Daily property .. In inch mon;
SALE: Baby parakeets justoft ind Sunday. cate will be sold to the highest and Sister B. S. Sobo.I BEAUTY NOOKFor

the nest Some rare. Corbin ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU MANAGEMENT AND OP OWNERSHIP.CIRCULATION the bidder first at Monday the Court In House the Month door on of I Introduction of ou f-town and That New Look

Farm and Ranch Supply, octlTc 24881.! tIc11IIIIlsaU..aa..at..SS.aas.Slag.IUUSatlll'ISal. For Sale {Act of October II, ices; Section November l aj. which le the 4th local guests; Remarks and announcements -i Olnttof Shunt Cutting
4301. Title S*. United States Cods) .
--- Trade equity In $13,000 homein Data of cuing, October. 1. 111 Doted this m35th oar of September, ; Benediction. N. Appointments.
: Ft Lauderdale for Clewiston Tills of Publication Ths Clswlston un. Dinner was served at the Masonic Friday and Saturday
: property improved or unim, Nsws. DOROTHY MOORE CLARK Temple after the I Mrs. JsJIa Sales Proprietor
Frequency of INN Wsekly. Clerk Circuit Court program .
proved. Location of known offlc of publi H.ndrJ' County, Florida i
250' Hwy 27 frontage, Inside cation CUwlston Hendry. County, CN No no
I i city limits of Clewlston. May be t"''orld",. $3440.Publleher Oct. .. 10. 17 14. IKS CONVENTION NOTES
BUSINESS DIRECTORY whole Beryl Bowden The 83rd Annual Session of the
purchased or part Editor Bsryl BowdenManaglnr Hilton's GroceryGroceries
3 acres of cane, within H milt Editor, & H. Stalls. NOTICE! OF INTENTION TO National Baptist Convention of America
Owner The Clswlston News, Imo, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
1. ; the 63rd Annual Session of
rf Lake on U.S. 27.Trailers.
P. O. Box 1116, CUwlston. Florida: The undersigned does Fresh Meats
hereby aertlfy -
K. R. Thomson, 411 Unlvsrslty ATS- that the Senior Woman's Auxiliary; the VegetablesCold
we are conducting service
SEE US FOR nu., Toronto Canada, Loyal Phillips station business at 60S E. Bug- 33rd Annual Session of the Junior

E EVINRUDE I BOTILEDGAS 4 city lots paved street, fenc- :: ,, Beryl Box 71 Bowden, St. rotsrsburr., K O. Box Flor.Ida till., arland under the Highway fictitious, Clewlston name,of Florida Frlden Woman's Auxiliary the 22nd Annual We Appreciate Drinks Your Essential Patronage Items)
Clswlston Florida. '
Cities Service and that said Session of the Brotherhood Union
Appliances ed, well & pump, septic tank It Known bondholder mortastms. firm Is composed of the followlpg Mr. and Mrs. Thuntoa note
the 12th Annual Session of the
and other ;
Proprietor
security holders ownlns whose
Sales patio for House Trailer 10' x names and places of addressare
and ServiceNew or holding-1 percent or more of total as follows Youth Auxiliary and the 2nd Annual
Sales-Service 53' Trailer included. Total price amount of bonds. mort.a... or oth Harvey D. Prldg-en
., Session of the National
securities NoneTotal Gertrude Baptist
and take Trailer Prldg-en
4000. over
and
Used Meters
No of copies printed Ay.,- Ownership of Prldiren'i Cltls Ser Nurses Corps of the N.tionalBaptl.t
Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION payments. Terms to right party are No, copies each Issue during vice le ae follows
farts preceedlna- months, 1110; sings I Harvey D Prldgen. 10% Convention of America was Harlem ClubYour
and AccessoriesMarine 10x30.1963 sUghty used trail- Issue nearsst to Mine dat., USD. Gertrude Prldgsn. I0<% held In Dallas, Texas. Favorite Mixed Drink
Safety Equipment Paid circulations 1. To term subscribers It le our Intention to apply to the
er. $600. Down. Take over pay Headquarters for this
by mall earrl.r delivery or Clerk of the Circuit Court 'I In and great convention Cocktails
none TCkea SS211R.E. ments. by other means; averaa-a no topics for .
Hendry the
Monger Avenue
to was
each Issue during preceding11 Jf.r the said unnI/d'r: : / ::n" Fried Chicken Sandwiches
WALDRON CALL COLLECT "onths: 150; Single Issue nearest to Cltltie, Service under the provision! Baptist Church, with the Rev. B. E. Recorded: Music, Popular Bands

South Bay WY 94321 Exchange or Sale flllnar I. Sales date, through'09. afents, news ACI't Chapter* or 1P41.I08H, laws of Florida Johsua, the host mlninster on Mr. and Mrs. Wffl Wallace

Travel Trailer dealers, or otherwise Average no. HARVEY D. PRIDOEN September 4-8. Proprietors

WALDRON'S COVNTT : 19 ft Self Contained (may be leg of copies it months each Issue, ISO durlnsr Mingle: preeed-Issue CMNa2 e/ OI/RTRUDB/l FRIDOEN Among those attending from our

Titl&A Co. parked anywhere) Shasta Tray nearest to filing date 115 Oct. I, 10, IT 14. 1MI local area were Mrs. Susie Beck-
MEATS el Trailer. Brand New. Trailer Free distribution by mall carrier ton, district president; Rev. O. D.WUUam. LAWN SERVICE '
AND GROCERIES!: delivery.
Abstraete-TUle Insurance has appliances.The or by other means, average
Title four, gas
sleeps no. copies each Issue during preeed- ., Clewlston and Belle Efficient and Friendly;
Qr.ea. 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. & S to 8 p.m. Pablle Stenefrapher tIq new price is over 83.000.- Inl'lI month., II, tingle Issue near KECOBDSCOUNTBY Glade, Rev. James, LaBelle Mrs. We want Your BusinessWe
trade for est to .
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Six Days a Week brides g2red rack A... ; improved or unimproved, Total no. of copies distributed, average Pope Sacred Reba Taylor and:Mrs. Eddie Moodyof I aim to satisfy I III j jAllen's

(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) LaBege, 15. 6-2211O. $.x M. or may be purchased for cash. preceding no. 11 copies months each, HIS Issue during Special OrdersHoldridge Clewlston.The Lawn Service
oau,. A real bargain. Call for details sue nearest to filing date lr/7lll'- theme of the convention was II
I certify that the statements Music YUkon 14248
For Tour Efficient made "New Frontiers With Christ In
Spur of Moment Picnics For prompt IncomeFive by me above are correct | Elbert Allen Jr., ProprleUr
-CHERYL BOWDEN YU 2.4761ATTENTION Front"

four Miles East of Clewlston Borne delivery small apartments, reduced PUBLISHERred I 'I _

OF THE MIAMI HEZALD for quick sate. Furnishedand I II {
Bare Beach financed. I

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Attention Cattlemen living presentable quarters.opportunity This is a for clean the Farmers/Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Fresh Meats School Supplies !

persona looking for quality and

I.1V. Is the ttrne to eeanHdaUIt income. TO THE FUTURE AND Cold Drinks Clewiston News

_debts a long tens fans J
Bahama's Prtperty WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
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Cater*** rates wits Other Items
Information regarding Blm-

Federal 00 mini or other Bahamian property .
Land Bank ; if desired. For Information Call TO 2-7651: _
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-- Attractive: terms. .a la fwekaee sjaere lasA ef a fans trove er ranch.rtweaae Jeanne Nadal and Fuller Products i '

Acreage rrerlde capital fnds let ... farm esitewprlse.
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300 acre Ranch. Some in HAS ALL THBBB ADTANTAOKS Artistic Enterprises, Exclusive Distributors for>Fuller arid Jeanne t

nw sugar cane balance in pasture. 1. Lewer yeraacaig.S. ; Nadal Products Opens their line.in this Area. .
Ft 8 miles South of Oewbton. I-ager tewsas <.. to It yean'S. (
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I i i Page Ten THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewtoa, Fla. I Hendry County Youths 10-18 mission The group to use has the been given per.
area
?' .! Thursday, October 3, 1963 I "Marshall Fields"north of kllOWU II

I Club Members Host Breakfast Given : Form Junior Sheriff's PosseWith for are drilling planned and weekly trap; rides. Tentatll't LaBe1It, vyd

plans are afoot to '
Their Rotary Anns I For Baptist JuniorsA. interest in a Junior Sheriffs hand to form a Posse, and we did I ers of members as orlalllzt"TraU ,11Io-
1a t
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Sheriff
p .Posse mounting in Hendry County just that, said the I era." who will assist In 14ott.
Rotary members combined !their H. King superintendent of the I group of young people met at Adults have shown! a great deal tlvltles as eoofcoit IIUI such s.
annual Ladies Night dinner with a I Junior Department of the First Sheriff Earl Dyess' office in the of interest, said the Sheriff, and' events I IIllar
I regular meeting held at the Glides Baptist Church, was host at a courthouse Thursday night to discuss Gene Gross has offered his servicesto Gene Cross or the Sberur.i
I Restaurants Pit Room Tuesday I breakfast in the church Fellowship the project. "There were enough : train the youth in horsemanship -: partment members Invited ,
: evening Hall Sunday morning before Sunday fyUw I' qualified boys and girls on quadrilles, precision formation les on the Posse Regular kqub
Carl Hornsby presided at the SchooL I II and exhibition riding M. ODsvis .,' log dates have not a.
are ouUiandag: has generously offered the yet been I/o
j R meeting Frank Polhlll inducted I Guest were teacher., leaders ranged
Bob Bass into membership of the Department I "Please forward any information use of his mlnature wagon and
( and members of the 'Junior Attending Thursday
have concerning the propagation I njt.
you of mules for
club. Other business was kept at tea. team performances.Boys Heel
log
Several of the men Doe the were Helen Maddox
of the turkey.
a minimum and aa evening of and girls from all parts of
i chers assisted Mr. King in servingthe have anything to do withIU" Summerall. Nancy Albrtttoa.( S
I games and entertainment was enjoyed group. goose Hendry County, who are between aid Cross David Yeoman ?
I f by the large number of mem the ages. of 10-18 and have access Perkins Jerry and Fr'lT
"Could you please lend me Information !
bers and guests attending. I: on the conversation of to horses and saddles! of their ard. Bin Maddox. Tern C
,r Vi i Hospital NotesWhite I extinct plants and animals T" own and who ride fairly well are invited Gary Albritton Jerry ssph
booklet by the Sheriff to join the JunIor ny Davis Crawford / na.
aI "I am Interested in a on and
; South American Is patients admitted: William buying a tombstone." Posse. Cross and George SargentDill's Leq
Dwars Everett Wiggins Finds
I Hi Haven Topic Andrews, Ned Guy Mary Fry" about"Please ANYTHING send me!" any material I __

Matthew Stanton, Norman Hall, Jr. .
The Womans Missionary Union 1 Jo1stph I I
Hansen,
W. C. Stanford Harry
bill will have
i of the Hi Haven Baptist Church Regna, Marla Carvantes, SHCKIFF EARL DrESS GIVES JACK Far display cards to bo posted By 1070 the dollar '
i I I & notified all most fill its first face lifting since 1929. Package Store
beard an interesting program on Doll!. HUlls Wilber Richardson In his store. The poster strstagers that they
f the topic "South Americans" at Allle Brown Nelda Roberts, Martha out aa Identification card before cashing checks Signs and cards I Since the Postal Dept. is changing
I the meeting Monday evening. Mrs.W. I I I I were given merchants present at a recent shop lifting-bad check elide stamp designs about as oftenas
Dean.
R. Baxter presented the program I I conducted by the sheriffs department-STAFF PHOTO. one would a baby's diaper I (Formerly Seminole Package Store
I l and Mrs. C. W. Mann presided White patients remaining: Doll,I I guess the Treasury Dept. is getting Bond Street)
lie Hlllis Wilber Richardson John a complex.Of .
i at the meeting Mrs. Pat. Garrett, W. C. Stanford, Patricia Honors Rushees course it costs us tax payers Has Moved
IF.
Drake and Mrs Henry Story asslssted ]I Hicks William Dwars Maria I Sorority millions everytlme a change of design to
in the devotionals and
reports
4 Cervantes, Albert Billle, Lonnla is made but never let it be
were given by committee chairmen Douglas, Ralph Richardson Nelda said that Americans are satisfied 336 West Sugarland
and officers.Others With Hawaiian Luau Saturday Highway
I I I
i Roberts, Allle Brown, Rochel Bow with anything for long.
attending were Mrs. Vic ers. I The present $1 bills, backed A complete stock Imported and Domestic Ugvor
tor Turner Mrs. W. R. Broadrick I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -' I I 100% by sliver (silver ,certificates : Wine and Deer ,
Mrs. Jack Lowe and Mrs. Joe for Infant BeckThe
McColley was the setting ) will be replaced by bills
Jackson. Births | a Hawaiian Luau, Saturday evening I infant vat of Mr. and Mrs backed by 23% gold reserves I Open Daily 10:00 a.m. to 8:00: pm.
I when members of Beta Sigma Jerry E. Beck died Friday,ln Fort (Federal Reserve Notes). |
8:00 to 12
Mr. and Mrs. James Lamar Ford entertained their : Sunday : a.m. Noon
I I II i I Phi sorority, Myers. At ,the speed our gold reserves(
I of Lake Park; Florida announcethe rushees. In addition to the" parents, survivors are being lost to foreign nations, by
I 1 birth of a son, James Gilbert, I I I The lawn of the home was transformed are two brothers, David and 1970 there won't be enough left for I Drive-In Window for Your ConvenienceShopper's

I at Good Samaritan Hospital West into an island paradise Gary Beck dewiston; and grandparents a dentist to make a $2 filling: with.
i Palm Beach Friday, September r(I with tables on the ground abounding Mr. and Mrs A. A. Beck, I
I I 27th. Mrs. Ford is the former with flowers and exotic foods Lakeport, and Mrs. and Mrs Oscar Man carrier Noel Volz recently
Georgeann Suggs. |I Planned'entertainment followedthe Killebrew, Moore Haven. broke into city hall at San Fran-
I I Hawaiian theme Mrs. Marar.1 Interment was in Ortona Ceme- cisco. He turned on firehoses on II Thrifty Luncheon
I Mr. and Mrs. Alberto de Armasare et Bare was 'emcee, ; tery with Elder C. C. Cress officiating an four floors.
: the proud parents of an 8 pound a quintette, Betty Baker, Laverne Sunday afternoonFULLER'S Soon there was a cascade of served at this
price
son, Mario, who was born September Redlsh Pal Baker Pat McColleyand water gushing all over the place. every day.
I 21 in the Everglades MemorialHospKallhPahokee. Betty McPhall, in the opening The stairways looked like Niagara Menu for the week-end.
number "Hello Hawaii. A real FOLLIESBy FaUs. !

si treat was Janet Adam's beautiful AL FULLER He told police, "I've been wanting ,- Grilled chopped sirloin with rich brown
Mr. and Mr. E. F, Collins ofSultland
I interpretation of the hula to a to do this for a long time I
Tom I'
Anderson well known ob-
C Maryland, proudly announce recording of "Little Brown Girl"A
: thought city hall needed a good gravy
of the American
,1 the birth of a daughter male chorus line, Ken Walker, server politicaland flushing out.HOUSE. :
( Sydney Lynn on Monday, September Bill Baker Bob McColley, Jim Me economic scene made a good Mashed Potatoes Baby Lima Beans
point when talking against the
23 !in George Washington Hospital Phall, Dick Baker and Jack Red I
S J Washington, D. C. The baby lab brought down the house in lea current socialized trend in Amer. Hot Dinner Rolls, Butter

weighed six: pounds 13 ounces. their hilarious version of the hula. & SPOUSE
"An appeaser said Anderson,
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Final number was "Hawaiian War,"
i::1:1"tt Mrs Sidney L. Crochet, of Clewls- Chant" performed by both groups. 11 a hoping person will who eat feeds him a last.crocodile He- PROTECTOR 58 or 98
ton. Games and dancing were enjoy.;
act ,
may friendly but he'll shed
l I ed during the remainder of the eve those "crocodile tea." just be- 2 for
I Mr. and Mrs. Barren Smith are ning. fore. he swallows ;you." I
esI the parents of a daughter, Sandra a e .
l I Dee born Saturday, September 21,I I. Russia has been bragging late- .
"I \ 1963, in Hendry General Hospital.!I I.I I Elks Plan Steak ly .about how 'their ,educationalprogram Thrifty Breakfast Special
The baby weighed eight pounds, Is far superior to ours.we've I'
I seven One egg, sausage, grits toast; coffee 39''
j I ..... 1IPIII ounce. I I Supper Saturday I .courses recently to added our curriculum new advanced I ,

Only Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howard of Bill Baker will be in charge of which should dOlt the educational
LaBelle announce the birth of a arrangements for the regular first gap once and for all Fountain Special
,>,,\ $148.88 daughter in Hendry General Bolo Saturday feed at the Elks Lodge' I The New York Univ. and the Abner H. Vann

I, Price good one week only pital. Clewiston on Saturday September Saturday night ,II III i I Univ. of Maryland now offer Homemade Cherry or blueberry tart,19Thrifty '
Steaks with all the trimmings,,
21 The baby weighed eight I courses in "the writing of comic Ph. ".n r.Nr e
tHand-wired chassis Is precision pounds, 11 ounces, and has been will be served at I:00 p.m. for I books" and "how to park cars."
A i, crafted with modern hand named Joanne Marie. I Elks and their guests at 12.00 per YU 2-5971
I and dip soldering for long life plate. I The Agriculture Dept. advertises IN/W.Net

Seund-Out-Froni Speaker and Eddie Crosby and his band will the fact that they request I I Drug
r Front Mounted Controls Party CelebratesFor I provide dancing music at 10:00: and people to write for information. State Farm Uf*Insurance Company
r. Golden"M" Picture Tube for will play untll 2am. I(I Some of thi letters they receive Horn Office.Bloomington' ,Illinois I
bright, clear pictures-Tinted I _._ _.
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Styling for Robert Roller dancing : !
was given a

y bedroom, den or porch party to celebrate his thirteenth \ j.i ".. ,.. ../ .," ,, ;.', ,

t' SullbinMagleMastAntennaSystemPullup birthday Saturday, at the homeof r a : ; 'u ," > \; "
s Handle. UHF his parents. Mr. and Mr. James .
extra. ,
Rosier Hostesses were Mrs. Roster "
j Full Year Guarantee- Manu.. and his grandmother, Mrs. Arlene ., ." f t.k.L1t\;
j ; facturer's one year guarantee l .
Platt. '
p fit. covers free exchange or repair of ., :
any component proven defective The evening was spent in dancing ".
,,I In normal u...Arranged through and refreshments of punch "
selling dealer., Labor extra. and cake were served to Jean Howard .. . : .< { ., .. .
Brenda Reynolds, Ercel Tay '
t. : REDISHELECTRIC lor, Caroline Edens, Barbara Jo
0" : Reynolds. Scarlett Applewhite. Hal MPERJAL : ;

i : it CO. Taylor and Jerry Tommy Waters Dean Richard Murphy : .

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