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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Parade of 1965 automobiles opens tomorrow

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There's a parade in ClewUton today and tomo'rrow-1t will not be toraoblle markeht at this time.

seen with prancing bands and strutting but bit
Iff M
majorettes every
and trucks which
-- --- The automotive industry is centered In the cars on
: exciting in its way. moot commerce It now carried; and with the allied businesses of petrolelm,

.Automobile dealers will present their load: models In a simultaneous tires and accessories represent a larg segment of our economy.

showing, the result of some excellent thinking the of the Detroit
r A on part
k1r The dealers and the salesmen have been polishing their cars and their Y I''
tycoons who manufacture these enticing vehicles.
show-windows; they are ready with a very warm welcome to greet ;you

From one end of Bugarland Highway to the other,-.from the small and to show you their wares. It's a fine time to go visiting. down auto +"

compacts to the luxury numbers, entry color class and variety of automobile lane .

may be seen. There will trulybe; something! for everyone In the au- Well tee you there! It qt



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"Dedicated' to 'the advancement of Hendry County and America's Sweetest Town"r ;,

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VOLUME 3'l- NUMBEB 89 CLEWBTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER: 24, If61 Return Pottage Guaranteed. Sec. 343.3, P.M. Subscription $4.00 year
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(lt ::':'oIiIiILJ. headquarters", open; ,Orville Freeman will visit ,


wi(' school officials disease seheol Clarenee J. Chapman, anperrUlng principal bi-partisan inVites aid t.r

d s recent .Imervlce training preHendry ClewUton; Mrt. Mabel Mat III, principal Clewls- group '
teachers Len to right, toe Elementryj; Superintendent Carl E. Horasby '
!* county The campaign headquarterswill appeal l for volunteer workers.
r laBellej and Supervisor John -STAFF PHOTO producing '
principal Coins. areas
C. Smith supervising be open from 8.30: to 5 p.m. S. ',C. (Jack) Fry Is Hendry sugar ;
every day. Voters are invited county chairman; and Raymond
to atop in and visit with the Christian is finance chairman.
workers, read and take home Mrs.I*Richard F. Baker asked An opportunity to convincethe been made toward an industry- Doyle Conner Florida commissioner '
Florida forestry needs outlinedat the pamphlets! and literature to coordinate the women's cam- national administration thatit agreement on what type of legIstlon of agriculture, will ; I
available there. The telephone palgd has named Mrs. Raymond should take definite steps to should be enacted this accompany Freeman on the Inspection '
number is YU M58LPlans Christian and Mrs. H. W. resolve the problems of the sugar year. He said that he thought trip and theu go on ,, '
are being made for ,Shupe as co-chairmen, Industry may be afforded this that Secretary Freeman should with him to Miami where Freeman
meet Monday William D. Pawley, of MIamI. "Every concerned Americanis afternoon (Thursday) when Orvllle provide the initiative for settlement ,. will make an. appearance "" ,

5-county area state chairman of the Citizensfor ,Invited to Join the Citizens Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture backed by ,President at the annual convention of the 1
Goldwater campaign and makes a flying visit Johnson.
for Qotdwater campaign it is Florida Fruit and Vegetable 4 b,
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president of Talisman the Talisman to the Bryant area.
work week cattle and trees. a bl- arUsali organization with Association, now in progress
Instead of a 6-day life $
'i forestry needs were sugar operation to address H. T. Vaughn president of the there. .
of for forest service employees."We The group toured the headquarters no concern for any other candidate
Irf representative gathering in Clewliton U.S. Sugar Corporation plans
a mass
to Fire evacuation Both Conner and Vaughn have
visited either said Mrs.
then pf party
at
..wthwest Florida counties.i lose a food many good Tlce at some ,date not yet set Mr. ; to seek the'opportunity to discuss been busy contacting Interested
of but Kerl tower and forest In Collier Baker as apolcesman for the officers.
held at men not for lack pay, ,
which was Pawley has accepted the invitation the Impasse in the sugar
parties who might be interestedin
headquarter at because of the 6th day of County. Norman Herron representing date will b; Ifmmeeor'r help Industry the hour I
Service and the announced during one
ml work", he aid. the Collier Corporation, and clinic on Oct. 19A being present when Free-
and included a tour of Lee, later.A mire Freeman is expected to be at man's plane touches down at
a the at lunch- we sure there
fa- The Christmas tree businessIn was host to group are many
ud Collier forest Victory dinner Is also being Bryant. Vaughn accompaniedby .
aft the Bryant The
airstrip. secretary
and who :will Join us in helping to
expanding by leaps fire evacuation training
ito planned by the :local campaign other U.S. Sugar officials
Monday. eon.Herron
staff'our' will tour the U.S. Sugar
Florida told the that headquarters, and distribute
bounds In': southwest group course for hospital personneland
and speaker of will to Bryant with
equipped
committee a go r
and make
there also
plant an
tor Elmer Friday ar- said Forester-Tom Smith., ,who Collier County fire control had note will be secured for this literature. statistics supporting his views. a fire department members
rCd !the program for the pointed out that, the farm forester proved its economic value In event.A Other sugar producers from in a three county area has been air Inspection of cane fields in I
Attending were Hepwtilives handles request for Information the first year of operation. In Citizens for Goldwater Committee this area are also expected to arranged by the Hendry General the area. He is due to arrive ,
of Chariot* tree 1962 the county suffered 750.000 Beck named at 3 p.m.
Smoak and advice on recently organized in new be there. Hospital to be held on October
i latter of Lee and repre- planting growth control of Insects acres of forest fires; in 1963 Hendry county, set up bead- Having spent the greater part 19Uv at Sugarland Auditor :;,
utithNiomlnees Ted Randall and that his field includes the total burn was only 6,219 ium. '. t
quarters at W. Sugarland Highway of the past four or five weeksIn
!In. and J. R. Spratt of Hen- ornamentals and shade trees as acres. The county's cost, set by adjoining a Cane Court, Dodge dealer Washington Vaughn Is of the Lt Robert McGrath a retired Register here .'''' :
Included coun- varieties.J. contract, was' $12,500. and the
,Otter fuesti well as commercial
this week and issued an invitation opinion that no progress has municipal fire chief will conduct
I mmlisloner H. S. Parkin- B. HIllman, U.S. Forest board of forestry has spent for new members and an Along with announcement of the all-day extensive demonstration October 2nd ]
Hendry, and represents* Service program leader, said $123,000 in the county.In M65 !model automobiles is the and clinic. Shown
id 4 other boards. the' main objective of the service the five-county area represented announcement from the Dodge t I will be the best methods of extinguishing Would be voter who have

Dtoict! Forester Ray Hill 1* to find better ways for at the meeting there are City dlvisbn} of Chrysler Corporation various types of Mt yet registered will have
combining the rowing of wild 2% million acres of forest land. approves an pportwKr to do to Clew-
iJ tests bring In a $750 mUkame that George Beck of Beck Motors fires and methods of handling
annually and also )iai beall'appointed dealerin patients who are unable to walkto Man on Friday October. I @!

jnlfc recreation facllltlei tor radio Dopge cars and trucks In the Temperature and rainfall conditions safety in case of fire. ,lad, when. Jobs L. Halt aapervUor :

Ow, and a vital In wildlife, Fair, directors approve restroom operatorThe Clewwton area. for the past week: Max Hospital personnel and fire of recbtrattoa, will I
11III nter conservation. Ex- Beak Motors Is a welteitab- imum and Minimum tempera department members of ten be at the County subofflee
nke of forest service fate city commission approved ) firm la Clewtston tures. communities in, Palm Beach at the Fair Grwtndi from I

-3a protect an additional renovation f for ,new, office space on employment the sheriff-police of a third radio operator which ::Mute-'Irl experience in Sept. 17-48 and 73 Hendry Glades and Okeechobee a.m. till I p.m. \' '

Bin acres of land In the;, ., is operated la the Bendjry County service. It O already Sept. U-tf and 71 counties will be Invited to' attend were made"' 'j'&rraJIa'e..esdI ;
ik, nd to provide fire fight-, Directors of the Hendry County Bob Adams lead the discussion courthouse subotfioe at the handles the Chrysler ,corporation Sept. lt- S and '73 the meeting. H Gal Headry County De- .
I
adlties not only for for* Fair and Livestock: Show in possibly changing the Fairgrounds' in Clewiston. The lines of Imperial, Chrysler. Sept 20-S8 and 11 moeraUo Executive Cesar I j
i W for Improved property voted Tuesday night to accept name of the queen from Miss matter had been under advisement Plymouth and Valiant cars; the Sept n-17 and '73 That's ODe Way sallies for thto additional ;11 J
I bested areas. He said theN a labor bid of $217 for the renovation Sugar to Miss Hendry County. since the last meeting addition of Dodge makes this Sept 22-M and 74 Horrified to see a customer service to( veim fa this iI"iI"area.
!mice should assist In of the old rest rooms Those present felt merit to both when Sheriff Earl Dyess and ,firm one of the few in Florida Sept 2J-M and 7S tuck a napkin into his shirt collar Mr. Halt eald he will if '

&bt suburban volunteer into office space. The Fair association titles and the directors are to Chief Whaley made the request handling the entire Chrysler Rainfall of 1.32 inches was' the head waiter at a very be en hand and win remata 'I I
Waal! units. He also re- Is to furnish the necessary be polled by mall regarding the The commission approvedMrs. line. recorded on Sept 17. There exclusive restaurant approached after I .... kf there are
h" eW that additional change. Adams also recom- Beck has several new Dodgeson war' no rain the remainder of him and i
materials. Raynola SUlet. who was' asked pointedly vein, waiting to be regbred. -*
HI it appropriated by the President Ernie Miller and S. mended that the contestant recommended by the two officers hand for the 1965 openiAl.Baldree. the week. "Shave or haircut sir?" '
10 provide a Way fee be raised to $10 k I'
B. Stalls told those present that sponsoring for the Job at $200 month '
they recommended: removing the instead of the $3 charged last ly. The radio will now be op.
|No early dove hunt division wall between restrooms year. He feels the contest win erated on a 24-hour basis, and
on the south end of the then be self supporting. the operators will change shifts Bowden \
i
jo Hendry county exhibition building placing a Curtis Fry, representing permission the with regular officers substituting star in Tiger win I
40x36" window in the north end Lions Club requested on the one day a week the ,
*. Indir pmt Hurt for transaction of business and to use the exhibit building operators will have off duty.

Molldjr wW NOT be ceiling the building with ply for the annual Lions Funlval Chief Whaley reported resignations two. Mandy handed off to "big I
w hr(he tariy don leatis wood. The floor Is to be cover- which win be held October 3L of two police officers, Defeat Pahokee13.7j brother" Alberto tally. sidelines the coach said. '
.. door add- Permission was' granted.The MorreU who Coach Joe Bundy was pleased Donnle Edwards received a
peer i.ld C. M., ed withtile and new Charles McClelland and Alvin
bulled
into the
'" -'dd resident of the ed. The office will be used as a directors approved room Bishop. On his recommendationthe Bowden end-zone. Henry with the Tiger performance noting knee injury in practice Monday .
..*.T Ctrnly Fbb and comraunlca I Ion headquarters and board for a committee of commission! approved employment j play at split the uprights for that mistakes are expected ;: whether or not he will play

III t '-''auwIIIeIa and for fair officials during the four to attend the fair in Wllr, of Charles E. (Chuck) took the point a 13-0 after lead and into the the Tigers half. early in the season. "We are this week will not be known until I'I\

edyibe( area. fair week. The renovation is listen to discuss midway attractions Roberts to fill one vacancy.At Seacrest FridayHenry time intermission.The working on conditioning this Friday.
". Mrtr dare Marat .Is estimated to cost slightly over to be brought to ClewU. the request of Clyde Hat- week" Bundy said "and also The Tigers win play Sea- ,,
< by the Bell lack of physical conditioning on our blocking.: Bundy felt the
$500. ton in February field owner-manager of FairGrounds Bowden and Pat Bal crest at Delray Beach Friday
haunt-4, Jerry Brown asked and received City Amusement Co. Trailer Park, the commission dree were named players of the of the Clewlston team was' line blocking: was good despitethe night returning home on October
htr c G.ty: Hunt Ana permission to have the Present at the meeting were agreed to install a lift week by the Clewiston Tiger very apparent during the third hard charging Blue Devils 2 to play conference rival, ,
..I Miller Stalls Oration George quarter and Pahokee gained the but the down field blocking efforts Sebrlng.
aaI eked and will public address system complete station and to extend the sewage coaching staff for their outstanding
= :: PatnHed, Mid "over hauled" prior to fair Ted Gallo Brown. Adams, Fry line to service the park. play Fridaynight in most of their 43 rushing yards were weak and are receiving 1..Ie.I... ,
time. and Frank Veltre. Batfield. Is to defray cost of the defeating the Pahokee Blue during that period and their coaching attention this P. q .... '
extension except the Devils 134. only scor* of the game. Late In week. Pint DOWM ". ho5 ,
sewage the period Mandy Morrell bob-' Several of the N.t Yards Kuihlnf 41 sera
will Both Bowden and sophomores
the
which city Baldree
lift station Tub
issuing fS 41
odd for. played the entire game. bled the ball which Larry Miller played excellent games, and unless P.".. 0.14e \
Komber office, gets query pay Commissioner, Dan McCarthy: Bowden was lauded as the alertly picked ,up and ran the "veterans" perk up rumbU.P..... InUropUd Lo.t By a a '-10,I
SS-yards for the Blue Devil a
discussed plans for a special leading ground gainer in the they will be watching from the T rd. r>ntllid at Tl I

>*, Jones who owns an Center Park. She entertains visitors the office. There Is, no demonstration clinic: on fishing tough defensive game through
r"*!arm somewhere In the from near and far telling accurate count on the numberof fires of specialized natures his offensive blocking. "Bert" off to a flying start I
P1 wads this he win them of the virtues of this area who stop by but during which will be given in Clewiston Baldree. making his first !
tat he people October. Included win be start was outstanding defense
y be visited'4k and clItrlbuUnllltenture on Its the height of the tourist during on
Ikea dan by .n old era attractions.: the office: often is evacuation of buildings such as holding the Pahoke. teamto I I'iI Ii
s a tlng i friend from season hospitals' schools- etc. and a minus yardage around his
kSgs crowded. of ata end tipping at least three Pa-
Northern Rhodesia' visitors have become methods handling people ;
piece of Intelligence Some friends of Mrs. Flrkle fire as well as extinguishing hokee passes, one of which resulted
tnt Ir1. Stella Plrkle.) tea perennial of them stop the fire Itself. in an interception by Tiger
d tile Clewlston Cham- and a number on their way northor Mayor Tom Jones presided Mandy Morrell; and making .

.amerce who cited It each year is currently Concerned and all members of the commission an outstanding pass recep
d south. She
the off-trail were present tion.
bits
of about an elderly rjuple
enea she handles ev- faithful visitors Earl Forsbee was also I
who had been
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II a while in the time but praised for his excellent game '
ta year for a long Teach children
r Work. every your against Pabokee and was a 'iI F
y kttey who failed to show up last sea-
was written byMis close runner-up for the playerof

1 AIr1e.n Audrew of St.. AD. son.High on the list of Information traffic safety said.:lie ,week citation Bundy

"11a4 who In lon 1959 011 be- requests are facts about bird- The Tigers played an excellent
helped bow they maybe
where and -
shy life- I
TOO defensive before
game an
Crocodiles and a
I, Many want to see
tat of lh1'( 1 seen. estimated $.000 hometown faas.
performance .r field
.... 10 return to Amerl- < .sugar refinery or a cane the WATCHTURNING Little Mandy Morrell. making
IIIQ b the white and quite a number express his first start as quarterbackput
IIrIII wOUld hunter. desire to bring a piece of sugarcane the Tigers on the Scoreboard L
Dot allow
a him. disease reI"ulaUons
Plant
'at time but now he home. with less than three minutes left Lr'
forbid this. ,
be i to take up the Jones of tafM in the first quarter on a keeper r i ;
atM la 011 his wig here dl about There fishing are scores of course-where CARS play around the left aide of the I
best line ,lor the final four yards.
1c. PIrkl. they are. when they bite boats. The play was set up by his intercepting I I
successful lures,
bunt of
dany mad mud STELLA riBKLE types a Blue Devil pass on
at
'u DIoIt Ih1a "rttin oautald.. the Chamber's Gal Friday guides etaAdllyy'decocoratted office u ta the visitor's 20.
bve people with Semlnole Following the first touchdown, I
.. Everlladel the lmprellloQ She has been on the job six Seminole skirt Pahokee received the kickoff SKr
fuOlM
Pb" are crawIlII1catorJ years, ever since she took over dons a mounted f but was unable to move the ,
color,
(for croco- basis following with hoops of football and Keith Padgett :
lid lllat on a temporary crappie and blue ; IIJ.
:! there art Dum1I the sudden death of Isabel Powers bass, pike, the quick-kicked out to the Paho '
deer
clr funu In 0958. At ,nt The head of a kee 40. The took
the on Good Friday. bobcat Tigers only ,J. :
and a
IIIII '*II lot the c.... first she didn't think she would pelts of a raccoon wan along withthe City of ClewistonPolice eight plays Including a'15-yard i IJ11 F
king On It, how.fie like the Job but this mood adorn the six toot diamond personal foul penalty to score .; \ f .
changed as time went on and skin of a U six more points. Mandy MorreU ." "
spends her back rattlesnake. But there again contributed ALBEIT MOKKELL leap* high ta aa effort to DevO. Aettea {j 1'
1IIracu. fy1 she became permanent secretary a key 10-yard was early ta till first half and the i '1
otDee. Chamber of no adgator.: C h a r 1.I Department keeper gala on a crucial third- get ever aa valdeailfled Faaokee tackier after 'ma was geed fer elcal yards.yenag .
1& the 011 SU rlaD4 Last year 20.000 brochures on Where are you don ply With the_ban on the t>r* her," Mandy had ,MMked the mal :-4TTAFF PHOTO
edit Jones
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Thursday September 24. 1984 It's history now. f r "II ,


THIRTY YEARS AGO TWENTY YEARS AGO
THE CLEWISTON NEWS
\ (From Clewfeton Newt, (From Clewtoton News,

..I I Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewiston. September, 21. 19M September 22. INn Want a houseful of ;
Robbers entered SugarlandService !
.II Mrs. F. W. Mueller and Mrs.J.
Florida, by The dewlstoa Newt Inc.. a Florida Corporation.
Station twice In the
.II I DeValcourt were hostesses
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1927, at the week. They made away with ,
honoring Miss Mildred Aubrey!
.Ij I Post March Office 3. 1879.In Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of two practically vending empty.machines Other, small both of 8-year-old New Iberia Steve, La.Hoffman fell summertime? Phone!

1 robberies, reported to police, 80 feet from the Clewliton water /
EDITORIAL)
;j _:": ,.pR10q NATION indicated a small band or robbers tower and escaped without YU 2-2111 :
t TIN'
A S {- were at work In the area. broken bones. He struck another
I An Important visitor in the child in landing and both f
Ii 1JJI"'J. 11111. area! was MaJ. Gen. O. B. Fills-
i t were bruised and shaken up.

"II I N 0 O y to Subscription Rate ___ $4.00 per year bury, assistant U.S. Army chief who of Inspected Engineers moved Mr. and from Mrs.Qewiston A. R.to Brink Long f for Standard Heating Oil! .

,. CIsss (Return Postage Guaranteed) the work on the Lake. Okee- Island The former Rlddle'Field :
ltIOt% BERYL! BOWDEN! Publisher chobee project Instructor will Join Eastern AirLines
S. H. STAIJ Rainfall year to date 54.55 '' I
.; Managing Editor as pilot _( One easy telephone call-and you're
Telephone: business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 Inches.
Sgt. Evelyn Hare of Fort Bennlng -
\ Advertising Rate on application. The management reserves Ga., arrived for a visit assured of Standard's dependable
the right to reject any cbjectlonal advertisement! home.A delivery service. And that means a
THE NEWS ...um.. no nipoiulbllltjr tar th. rtur of un- son, Spessard Munaelle.
eollclttd mknuHtrlpu or photograph Sonny SezC. house full of sunny, relaxing warmth '01''.,
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'I TRIG NEWS &alum. no fliunolal! M.ponilbllltjr for typoarmphlul was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tracy
trrori or oommluloni In advertisement but .If notified Hugh Stone at Clewlston HospitaL all winter. A house where the
of uch error before tbo neat lieue will reprint correctly
; that" pert of tho .r tOfnthf::the irror occurred. family blooms and guests beam!
j. !. the event a time element would render the correction value.t J. Chapman new Clewls- A son, Kenneth (Butch) was ,
I. reel amount, the equal Newe to will the reduce percentage the price of the of total the advertisement space a* the erron.by an ton High School principal madean born to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Standard Heating Oil is uniformly d ,I
t oou or omitted! copy represented. inspiring talk to Klwanlans Jones In Clewlston Hospital clean-burning safe. And our home
I
last week on the Immediate TEN TEARS AGO
physical needs of the local (From Clewbtou News deliveries are as dependable as the oil r "
school plant and of the shortcomings September 23, 1K4)) '
itself So phone for fill-up today.
E Welcome Mr. Secretary In modem education.The Lightning struck the John
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new supervising principal Brantley home, tearing asbestos
believes that education siding from the walls. Six persons J. F. HOWELL Agent*
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Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman will receivea ,
should and must be dedicatedto Inside the room were unin -
cordial and hopeful welcome when he makes a brief visit the large masses of students jured. Clewiston I
p I to Florida's sugar industry this afternoon. This important who will complete their education The Clewlston Library Board!
I industry which in the past three years has invested more In high school. Those who planned a drive for member

t, than a hundred million dollars in this immediate area, with have an opportunity should ships. ; I STANDARD I
the blessings and encouragement of the administration, is make It a point to hear the An "appliance survey" was
being made by the city, in If
; educator speak.Clewlston's
I u at the moment behind an 8-001180 huge and terrifying that -as- which residents were asked to f
the new growers and investors view it the shadow of
as ridge section: Is list the electrical appliancesused '
doom. getting first attention of the ; the Information was needed We take better care of your comfort l j
by the city to ..
street paving program plan expansion
new
Unless some action is taken to permit; marketing of
which Is moving right along of the electric power distribution x
this year's crop this year, companies which are still paying with minor Incenvenlence to motorists. system.
Interest on money borrowed for their original investmentmay The new project will Mrs. E. W. Durst returned
be unable to finance the cost of harvesting and processing take out most of the rough from a summer visit with her r
.0 and storage of sugar this fall.. streets in town with the excep- sister, Mrs. W. H. Seville In
tion of Aztec Avenue. Roanoke, Va.
The opening of the harvest season is but a few short Foot traffic continues to Increase Mrs. Isabel Powers Chamber
I weeks away; Congress is long past its expected adjourn. on Pacific Avenue with secretary was speaker at the .
I moot time, and many members have gone home to campaign little or no effort being made to Lions Club meeting. ..: ,
north from i
for the November election. Despite conferences hear provide sidewalks ;"
railroad. )
,
ings and committee meetings, there is no visible prospect the While sidewalks for every
of action in Congress or the department. street In town Is not feasible

j Sugar men, therefore are looking very hopefully toward to an them effort constantly should be made as is to being add \ A :: ::1

o 0 i. the distinguished Secretary of Agriculture and are done to complete present sidewalks ,). II
appreciative of his brief visit during a crowded schedule. from the elementary :, :t"f
1.
.1 school to high! school. _., ,
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The Pacific sidewalk snuuiu ..
;.4 before another I
rate a high priority :
11 life Is added to the death t

tell.'a 1
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The agreement or happen so
by car manufacturers to Introduce
/ Public Notice the new models on the

warm same day reception has been by most given auto a _

dealers who feel that It will stimulate r
sales activity. The.auto
i Installation of new water buying public In Clewliton is
wide
fortunate In having a

I mains in Blocks 26 and 27 select.range of This models issue from contains which ten to till TOTAL PCunmOMNCJI FORD GAUXII

i 'lit} new car advertisements and 1* 600 LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP

I will necessitate water cutoff truly issue a "parade of new cars" > Now... look intothe man worlds

1 in these blocks Friday -.-
The traffic was handled so
smooth last Friday night at the
i- morning. ball game that a transit truck
: er pulling a trailer found Mm-
self !la the middle of the parkIng .

t r Water will be off approximately i- had lot happened.before After he knew making what a

couple of wide circles In the lot.
one-half day. one of the firemen! volunteeredthe
-1 : information that he could
/" I not park there "Mister. I
I don't want to park, all I wantto

r ....'1' I CITY OF CLEWISTON do and la get get back away on from the here highway ".

the driver said.
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I. '!!i Someone is going to get hurt l': of
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luxury series the '63 Fords arc w new you just ciousneu, new to Six .tread new spa- handsomer:, better buys than ever. A livelier,
: ] have to lee them for JOunelL New engine imoother new Six-2 ]hotter V-8 options. 3-
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suspensions give the Mlta, New Six with Cruilr4
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Plymouth adds Thursday September 24, 196.

y will be DAY observed in our church this 14 I Bigger Plymouth Fury For 1965 wider front and rear tread has pines and both a 2-seat and a
modelsIn
Sunday. Bring the entire family and new higher teat for greater com- Lust station wagon available
i/ 1 fellowship with us. "Whereby are fort, and offer more hip room only in V-8: in the Fury HTae
given unto us exceeding great and the most significant change and leg room.Lengthening. ties are 2-door hardtop and 4- j'
In automobile marketing In recent and widening the door sedan a* 6s or V-8s, anda ;
that these
I precious promises; by ye ;yean. Chrysler-Plymouth i Fury' undercarriage provides convertibles, 4-door hardtop p r
r might be partaken of the divine na Division of Chrysler Motors Corporation additional stability and allow and 2-eat and S-Mtt wagons
ture". 2 Peter 1:4.: baa added 14 model the Increased passenger com-: available only a* V-8*. The premium
to III Plymouth line for 1965 fort for family travel over Sport Fury 11 1 produced
making a record total of 60 America's new freeway only as a 2-door hardtop and a
Community Presbyterian Church model In four lines. Styling of the Fury body ,uses convertible, both V-ti. ,
Palm Avenue The new line-up gives Ply. angular line to accent the car'
Royal
407 mouth complete: representation greater size. There i il a full- the lake
HORRELL FORD, Minister Ladies of
HENRY In the compact (Valiant) Intermediate width grille with dual headlamp
45,11.. BIBLE SCHOOL 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP (Belvedere), low-price mounted vertically: (at 'Total
6 full-size car (Fury), and sports maximum width) in the front Team W L Flee
SERMON SUBJECT fastback (Barracuda) categories + teas fender The grille texture 11 1 Parkinson's ....__. 6 2 2896
'How Far Is It To Church" the price range in which .rrsse fine bright aluminum with horizontal Sport Shop ............ 5 3 3239
74 per cent of all American bar extending. across the Glade Restaurant 5 S 2989
passenger cars are sold. center (between the headlamp! Old South ..........._ 5 3 2968
The new Plymouths will go on bank) A slender vertical medallion Waldron Motors .. 4 4 SOU
tale in dealership tomorrow. i il in the center: of the USSC ..-..... ...... 4 4 28W i'
September 25. grille. Alene'i. .....__ 3 5 262T '
The demand for fat The Fury aeries 1 JI completely The upholstery. Instrument Hare Lumber _.... 0 8 1241 I
,changed in everything; but its Plymouth's new entry in the low-priced, wheelbase. The 1965 Fury styling accentuates panel, and steering wheel are 'Wlh Berk Scratch .
......_............. 464 /
great name with a longer ((119- full-sized car field,the 1965 Fury has a com its increased size as shown in this picture all new. Lulsa deArma ,
4 and stocker inch) wheelbase, wider front' pletely new body, a new, longer wheelbase bf the Fury III two-door hardtop.Body Standard engines for the Fury Winnie Plank ......__ 4S8 '\Ii I
and rear tread, and greater of 119 inches and choice are either the 225-cublc-inch: six HUh Series Handicap I
cattle is heavy wider front rear tread lines-are crisp and angular. There is a Thalne Richardson US / .
overall
sedans are width.the The Ionael new-wheelbase Fury- and greater'over-all width. There are 22 of five engines ranging in displacement from with the 318-cubic-inch 841:: compression Val with ratio,0.1 or: Winnie Plank ...._.............,.. 614 "f4!
Buy only the Plymouth; sedans Fury models in four different series: Fury I, the 225 cubic inch economy six to the 426 compression ratio Optional V-8 HUh Game Scratch '- .
duced. Fury II, Fury III, and Sport Fury. New cubic inch high-performance V-8. Plymouth engine are the' 383 cubicInchwith Thalne Richardson ._-?_ ITS ,;;
cattle want wagon are on a 121-inch wheel- Fury sedans are the longeat-wheelbase contInues' to provide a 5-year or 50,000 mile 9.2:1: ratio; the high-per Hush Game Handicap
you ,......... 234 I
base. In addition to gaining in Thalne Richardson -
Plymouth sedan ever produced.Large new warranty on engine and drive train components formance 383 with 4-barrel carburetor
size the Fury aerie has been Fury station wagons are on a 121-inch for all 1 Inca of 1965 carL special camshaft, un- Glades Co. '
Increased in total model from silenced air cleaner, dual exhaust Roofing ,
10 last ;yeas to 22 in 1965. Belvedere and Fury line. High- ular fuel for the Fury. control.: and 10.1:1: ratio; and the AH Types el Koof aid '
This largest addition to model performance engine are. available 'For 1965, all cars in the Ply- The 22 new-size Fury model high-performance 426 cubicInchwith Sheet Metal Work:
dales Every Monday at 1 :00. P.M. availability In Plymouth' for each line mouth line ordered with automate come: In four different series: the same special feature New Conitroctlon erEepalr '
history was described a* "nec Two engine are new to the transmission will be Fury I, Fury II, Fury Ill, and and 10.3:1: compression ratio. Job
mary to meet the expanding Plymouth line: the Commando equipped with a new column-: Sport Fury. The Fury II i a big In the Fury I series 2-door: Phone 2.7111
demand for variety" by com- 273-cubic: Inch high-performance mounted shift lever. It bal an car, and Its styling accentuate and 4-door sedan and 2-seat. 4-
pany official. "With our wide V-8 for-Valiant and a smoother illuminated elector dial in a the size Compared with the door station wagon are available Day er EveaJags
variety of styles and size for quieter-running version of quadrant over the steering. col- 1964 Plymouth the Fury has a a* either 6s or:V-8s; Fury P. O. Bos 1243CLEWISTON '
1965 we are confident that we the high-performance 383-cublc-: ,umn. Models equipped with consoles three-Inch longer wheelbase, 1* II offer 2-door and 4-door sedans : FLA.belreden .- }
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. they have said.something for everyone"' inch Val, designed to run on reg will have-integral' shift longer and wider overall has a with either 6 or V-8 en- '

"In recent year, more and T M ,\
more people have been expressing ,
A*, wl W028 ,Belle Glade Ha. their individuality in the 'i

car they buy" ha said "To ,. 3,
meet this continuing trend toward ,
selectivity we are providing 'f. .J t7;
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more basic model and the .t- -
doesn't it PAYS! greatest variety of'optional ;t' "".i A ) a : .
vertising cost. a. ,
equipment we have ever of i
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In the re-alignment of model, Plymouth presents tits:
Ji'{ 'i 2.17'. ."\ the Savoy series ((8 model In
:..tA 1964)) has been dropped and the '+
Belvedere series ((8 model In ..
1964)) 1 11 expanded to 18 model -
11MillY+ -all except station wagon hawIng '

bawlaw41FREE ; 203.4 a Inches new over-all corresponding length to of \' The Roaring 65s '

other car In the intermediate .
liz, car market Belvedere-
Wagons are 2085 Inches over-
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all.There "
w.. .. will be 18 Valiant and '

AT as two last Barracuda year. Two Sport Satellite Hardtop models -, 4: new" kinds of Plymouths, 60 new performers in all! 1

with bucket teat and console ....., ..

Fuller"sI added. as at standard the top equipment of the Belvedere are .' If l' '.."."\ '

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Among the 60 Plymouth models "",
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Jlary I Carter Paint StoreComplete choice eight Of the consumer are of 14 ten convertible additional different will ,have engines model station a, "' ",," '; \ -Ji: ,: ,"Ir,j,

wagon, and hardtop, reflecting :
Line of Paint' and Supplies. 3 the trend toward special- ; 1

Phone YU 2-3281 purpose The performance-minded passenger car. buy :: :: ill

1144 E. Sugarland Jlwy. Clewi ton. Fla. er will find available special '
high performance engine for ,'I
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The top of the top. :

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There's Fury I, Fury II, Fury III and Sport Fury.
E Ec w 22 models. Overall length: 209.4 for sedans,' .' '
t 210.1" for wagons.; Engine go from a 235-cn.-ic. "6" '
to a 426-cu.-in. Commando V-8. f,

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Ot4tCLASS There'Belvedere I,Belvedere II, and Satellite
18 model Overall length: 203.4" for sedan.. 208.5"for wagon; .
LEADER' 'Engine; go from a 225-cu.-fa. "6" to a 426-cu.-ln. Commando V-8.


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lh6 The compact that hasn't forgotten \ I I
wry finest In Gas Area\rteating Is yours when you select a Crest why you buy a compact. I

T iesl heater\\The Crest leads the class, any class, In heating perHC6. There'Valiant 100, Valiant 200, and Signet; {I \
IS model Overall lengths; 1,6.2"fat sedans :i'',
quality Of material?,and beauty of design. Offers the famous l1A0eu 4"6& *. Engine go I
od Safety' C abins Impel-Ait amende Moor Sport*Hardtop 65 Barracuda "to a 2 73-cu.- CamhnandoVi. t
j ,rwward Heat Flow. Hi Crown Burner 'i
Blower ann>beautiful Coppertono Finish Several models for any The fast-moTlng new fallback that THE ROARING s65s '
Haul and Is priced under>I2500.
matin- need 'e.*. .+.. ..'.... tour b awe M'wrw au.wa .. FURY I .
inisiimrtnitr--i--. .. .!- -- attar Barracuda comes in the 2-door Sports Hardtop mold. 'I',' ,
*_.=.-H"...-=/ ran MtlMll, .. .'"arity"'. ....MKtee Engine; go from a 225-cu.-Jn. "4"to273OLtn. BELVEDERE I
*..ed.MrswarngMK. Commando V-S.Front backet: seats, VALIANT I
GLADES Plymouth In action M The WoiW Series, fold-down rear seat for T feet of cargo IpwJllo'I I
GAS co. NCAA Football,and The Bob Hope Show and tinted glass, ia fear.window...standard.' BARRACUDA I J i"



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rage Ton THE CLEW1STON: NEWS Oewtaton. Fla. Ford Herb the body deep Into the Ifla avaf>abk. An4
clubladies' New longer
Thursday, September U, 111114l new, Mercury new torque box tame, increasing bcb'PIed-controlled, which 11'gym d.,

the floor pace and the body thl car are actuated (

roofThe Interior height while the overall hour, teaches eliht t H
nightA tires to height of the ear Is decreased are offered abo.III1It.

has Lincoln look The torque- box frame teMo belt art Insts1lt4 8tJ
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chicken barbecue will( feature most- haoted Ford in If lighter and absorbs more of with 9 and ma, be x'I
Obta..,
the Lion's Club Ladies' the 15-year history of Ford Division the road shocks reels 10 they
preventing not< retract
l NEVSj" \{ Night to be held tonight (Sept will debut in Ford dealer The 1965 Mercury, three Inch- ell !In three and aeries Park, Monterey LanaTken them from being transmitted to Use' It

24)) at American Legion Hall. showrooms tomorrow, September e* longer and more luxurfausthen Montclair the passenger. More interior peek aialn olfera
will be six roof lines Including
There will be a "run hour"sUttiat 25."AU. In 1964, present the most spaciousness Is gained In the 39Q.cublc-lnCIl d
four-door meet I V !,
the Breezeway -8 p;
>In the 28-yarNstory
at 8:30 with Instrumental models In the 1965 Ford extensive change driver' compartment too. enilnel as
In .U llaaa.in .
''O'" sedan, again unique !in the model
and of the car.
music and singing lineup are literally new from New front and rear with TbfJ
suspensions lean
roof line the
the food will be served promptly tires to roof and from bumper Conceived developed and dustry. Other are Improve readability. The ual standard t htK.p'r',
I f ly 7.30. The chicken will be crafted In the Lincoln Continental conventional two-door and tour transmISSions, mautomatic
District director addresses to bumper, said a company official. burdens drag strut front suspension permits
formal
door sedan
accompanied by baked beans, tradition[ the new Mercury a and
compliance fore
and ual
aft
,, hush puppies! salad, apple pie Vertical-mounted dual 'headlamps brings to the medium-priced hardtop, a two-door fallback when the front wheels encounter driving J transmissions Vim!
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and Dress will be field standards of comfort hardtop, plus the convertible CondJtJons
coffee. caruaL new
'll : Garden Club at first meeting and modernistic, hexagonalshaped and engineering excellence. and the station ..1ODe uneven road surface The Preferences Horsepower IDd drn
tailllghts accent rear suspension Is a new' coil from zso
; the Mercury of the Mercury to hJIi
i ( Even In its styling The appearance
the crisp look of the new Ford. spring cushion-link: design tormance ptibnalU
r: "Dlieases of Officers and The hostesses, Mrs. Pitzea for 196S resembles the Lincoln which Is unlike any predecessor which II
Side styling feature gives a softer ride than cublc.lnch 'It
Members" was the amusing Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. Conkllng. Audubon society straight- Continental with !its clean model, is dominated disPlacement
through lines emphasized by a the leaf springs formerly used able with IIlc
title of the talk which Mrs Alfred Mrs. Broadfoot served punch classic look of elegance and by slim blade-like front fenders in two four.balTel
J. Butler, Lake Worth, district and cake from a beautifully decorated meets TuesdayThe sharp, full-length fender line formality. and flat, uncluttered aide panels the Mercury fetors, It Is ra a
from front to rear. Important Improvements In horsepower It
director of Garden dubs table.Introduced The Mercury has a 123- similar to the CoatinentaLSlender
new
made to the dewlston club at as new members Lake Okeechobee Audu "The dramatic elegance of inch wheelbase Is 21S4-lnches parking lights at the ex steering include a reduction inover..n

l its flnt fall meeting Thursday. of the club were Mrs. Reese bon Society will hold its first the 1965 Ford styling is combined In over-all length and featuresnew treme edge extend from bump. steering ratio and "'-

There was nothing amusing Mn. Hale, Mrs. Butchart, Mrs. meeting of the fall season Tuesday with an even more dramatic frame design, front and er to fender top. Tall, vertical new power steering system '*ith I-

about the urge she Instilled in Henry Andrels; visitors were September 29. at 7:30 p.m. luxury car ride so smooth suspension, and rigid body tafflights frame the wide, clean integral gear design and new

members to do a better job as Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Andrew J. at the Social Hall of the First and so quiet the heater and air construction.rear trunk lid, so that the crisp rear power steering pump. Wheel
Garden Clubbers, however. Clarke Mrs. Evelyn Weatherly Methodist Church. This Is a conditioner fans had to be diameter Is Increased from lab
I' appearance complements the
and membersare moved from the "Lincoln-Mercury Is the only 15 Inches, .contributing to
meeting compartment
and Mrs. John M. Potter. program passenger frontal
Mrs Fred C. Slkes conducted styling character.
offering products !la the better
anticipating with pleasure because their low- division braking and longer brake
: the meeting and bits Wm. H. medium-price field that also has Mercury's reputation at anoutstandixtroadcaeU lining life
seeing the slides made by Wm.T. toned whirr was distracting, Low-profile tires
; Lanier introduced the speaker. Hi-Haven church Stitt on a trip made earlier a company spokesman said. long experience and acceptance lengthen tire life.In .
Mrs Sikes Introduced the club in the luxury Held," said a company strengthened for 1965 with Important addition
for few this year by Mr. and Mrs. Stitt. "Even the keys for the 1965 to Mercury's
: officers asking each a
The trip Included a visit to an Ford are all new," he said. official. engineering advance In sturdy door locks, an automaUcvacuumpowered

!I, the comments committees, and for she the announced year as sets homecomingSunday Audubon museum In Kentucky "They are designed to be !Inserted "With the new Mercury, we body, frame, suspension and door lock sys- w

I follows: and a scenic tour of Michigan Into the lock either side now are offering the same successful

and westward across Canada up. In addition, doors on all concepts that were developed
[ Awards: Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot; September 27, will be to Banff, Lake Louise and Jar 1965 Fords win equipped for the Lincoln Continental S

+. birds and conservation Mrs. Homecoming Sunday at Hl-Ha with a keyless locking system." !In the luxury field." HOLDRIDGE MUSIC CO.

i Wm. C. Owen book service, ven Church, the pastor, Rev. per.Plans will be made for a November An ultra-modern six-cylinder The 1965 Mercury win go on

Mrs. Frank ConkUngv Mrs. O. Victor Turner announces.All field trip. Newcomerswill engine rated at 150 horsepower sale in Lklcola-Mercury dealerships ac

1 A. Jones; chaplain, Mrs. E. M. friends of the church families be Interested to know that lighter, more powerful, tomorrow. now offers you this additional service-

Cornell, Mrs. Elizabeth Stitt; are Invited to attend and Mr. George Espenlaub veteran smoother-running and more economical The Mercury will be available .

I civic beautlflcatlon, Mrs. E. L. loin !in the dinner on the Everglades guide, is the guide than any other sU-cy !in a broad selection of 15 mod- ELECTRONICS
t Stewart Mrs. W. T. Stitt, Mrs. grounds at noon and the afternoon on these trips. He was pictured Under engine previously offered REPAIR! "

t' Owen, Mrs. M. L. Goodwin; finance service In a recent edition of "All Flor In the Ford line-heads a list Portable Television Radio o
Mrs. W. B. Batty Mrs. Rev. C. W. Hamll, Jr., of a Hirt Fidelity
ida" magazine as "Mr. Ever' of additional owner benefits Steree .
W. A. Slewert. Mrs. Fred Van- Okeechobee, former pastor of Jlad..", together with an Interesting which Include such Items as theIndustry' low-profile tires designed for rhonorraph Tape Recorder a
t cD Mrs. F. E. Veltre Florida Transistor! Kadle .
; the church, will preach the article by Marjorie Van- first center facing better traction and handling as Amplifier
Gardener, Mrs. George Beck; Homecoming sermon at two dervelde. dual rear teats in 1965 Ford
well as longer tire life and bet
i historian Mrs. H. A. Bestor; o'clock. Visitors are Invited to attend. station wagons. Replacing the ter brake performance all at No. Francisco Clewuton YU 2-4781
horticulture( Mrs Ira Blair,
conventional third "jump sent"thU In vehicle
Increase height.
no
Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. W. R.
school new design afford comfortable Sharing features common ball
Sunday
Wimberly; hospitality, Mrs.Ross .
seating for four children 1963 Fords, the Ford Ranch

I Mrs LaByer A. Mrs.C., Meske.H. A. Mts.Darwin Bestor. workers banquetThe 1i\\. In the rear of the ...on. Wagon, Ford Country Sedan

Hale design Some of the many other feature and Ford Country Squire offer
; landscape Clewlstoo of are curved tide glass for several new station wagon design
(Fair booth) bits Fred Orris, Assembly
j increased shoulder room; a 13 1965. All Ford 1965 models
Mrs. W. J. Cato, Mrs Frank God gave a banquet for the PatlenU Dfecharged Ideas for
I Sunday school workers Monday percent reduction In the floor- wagons feature a unique rear
poihlll, Mrs. Carroll Redish.
evening in the social hall. Rev. 'Emma Bunett, Katherine tunnel for greater passenger window air deflector. Styled
L. Reese
Mrs L. parliamentarian.
i I ; Bean, Joan Hanes. Mary Wallace comfort; a recessed Instrument the
M. Harold X. Bullock, state Sunday Into the rear body pillar,
Mrs. P. McIntyre; pub
Theron Herring, Edward panel with several additional curtain atair now showing
School director, brought s deflectors direct a ,
W. R. Wimberly ,
licity. Mrs. ,
Halley, Llewelyn White, Melvin Inches of "lighting room spaci window
brief meisage for the workers. across the rear surface
Beck ,
Mrs. George Therapy
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Ford Nancy Nesbitt. Fred ousness" in the pasaenger compartment to reduce accumulation of
Superintendent Eugene Hingson
R. E.
Mrs. Jack Scott. Mrs. I
1 Hightower, John Carver, John and a deeper trunk at
Weathers, Mrs. S. C. Fry andMrs. was presented a gift from the dust, water or stew
t Beulse, Betty Worley Cathryn capable of holding twocutterultcases
church in appreciation of his AU 1965 Ford aerksrota
Leon Mrs.G. .
J N. Pltzen Bembry, Mrs. ;C.trees A. ButehI leadership.. Gibson, Jlmmle Carver, Diane in an upright, position. Custom, Ford Custom 500, Ford THE TOGGERY SHOP
1 Williams, Mary Louise Johns, AU 1965 Ford model have Galaxie 500, Ford Galaxie
I : art; world gardening, Mrs. A. Clarence Isbel, Ethel Tyler been completely restyled Five 500 .
500/XL and Ford Galaxie e
1 I i H. King, Mrs A. Toulis, year Local church will separate roof lines and differ different
LTD-feature distinctively
book Mrs Wm. H. Lanier, Mrs. rattenU ttemalninfi
I ent series ornamentation
give Interior trim styles and

I, Fred Officers Slkes.of the club are: Mrs.Slkes host S S, rallyThe Jessie Witt, Rachel Padgett new and more complete distinction ornamentation.The SERBIN MR SIMON'
between the models.Verticalmounted .
Margaret Morgan, Ruby Roland, Ford Galaxie 500 LTD '
president. Mrs W. H.
L'AIGLON-
i' Clewlston Assembly of William Bryant, Earnest Barton dual headlamps has an interior of quality and
Lanier, vice-president. Mrs.George God is to be the host church William A. Davis. Louise highlight the front with a style previously obtainable only

i Beck, secretary and for the 1964 Annual Sunday Smith, Portia Teal, Ruby Ann grille that feature thin horizontal in higher-priced cars. Luxurious BOBBY BROOKS+ and -. : '
Mrs. F. E. Veltre, treasurer. : ;
School checkup Churches from bars. The turn ., ,
Harjo, Judy James, Joyce signal-park- upholstery fabric Is pleated !In I

ten neighboring communities Posey, Irene Sutton Ink lights are concealed behind a rich "waffle" pattern on seats many others ,
i .. will meet at Clewlston to hear the lI'ille.nd are visible only and backs with an upper seat
President' Carl E. Callihan of when Illuminated. .
bolster vertically pleated. '
,
South-rastLtn, Bible College at From the side, 1965 Fords feature The standard enlnefor aU ; > .

Sun. Mon. Tues. Lakeland. SEE iHS'NEwMANATEE straight-through: tines era 1965 Ford "XL" and t.
cars except .. Inexpensive '
: Sept. 27-28-29 President Callihan will bespeaking phasized by a sharp, full-length "LTD" models la the new 240- wool suits .

of the work of UseCbrlatieneducatotintha fender line fromfront to rear. cubic-inch six. Ford-developed .; ,.
"Robin and the At the front the fender line lightweight precision casting and jumpers., ,

7 Hood churches of this day. The public carries forward of the headlamps techniques permit a weight reduction '

is invited to hear him on Mobile HomeEHRLICH'S dramatizing Ford's long over the previous 223- sweaters, skirts,
Frank Sinatra
Monday evening, September 28 .. look. ,
Six, yet the new engine is ratedat :'.a'\ i
1 at T.30: pm.Youth. at t The rear of the 1965 Ford 150 horsepower comparedwith nylon stretch .' ,: let
: gloves in
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Wed, Thurs., Fri continue the luxury-car look 13S horsepower for the .
Sept 30 Get 1-2 with clean, simple lines. The
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I earlier
engine. The 240-Slx is '<
group traditional round Ford in beautiful colors : '
tatlllght
i : "The Chalk Mobile Home valve lifters, an automatic .
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becomes hexagonal for 19654,.
choke, and a sevenmalnbearing -
Garden"Holey elects officers Court Five new and distinctive root support for the crankshaft.

,1't/ Mills The,Youth Department of the line have been developed;, for The Ford constant-mesh, 3-
two-and four-door : THE.
f 2 Bedroom $3395.00 hardtops sedans speed manual transmission Is TOGGERY SHOPAnnouncement
ClewUton Assembly of God has
,
f Late Show -11:30: P.M. lad its annual election of officers. $4004)0) DOWN convertible and station standard with this new engine,

Alter the Game Oct. 2 The following officer wagon Heir with overdrive and CrulseOMatlc -
't The 1965 Ford
features ,: optional.
.. "Black Zoo"I were elected: Mrs. Sona] Fan

Michael GoUQlt rer president; Mrs. Joann
I tllntson-vice president; Miss

Saturday, Oct. 3 Mary Louise Sill secretary;

t' DOUBLE FEATURE and The Dennis department Postett treasurer.completed 1 A ""ODUcT 0' C MOTO" COM;ANY'. LlNCOLN.MI"CU"Y: DIY'S' <

I ,_ 'Attack of several projects this past year ,-.:, .

the Giants" in the church and community. .
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A Youth For Christ Roundup .. ;
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' I'I a! "Voyage to is planned for this Saturday I :, .x: "

Unknown" evening at 7:30.: This event Is
Land
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Bolls Wayne .! u .Thursday September 24,.1964. .
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Morganwed
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of all the voters, explains

in Lake Butler church James.Newspapers, radio and TV Sugar processing ,,

have given strong support to the

vctur registration campaign rules discussed i
Mar) ( Boll, daugh- \' : and a record breaking: turnout
MIsS of Dr end Mr. George mmmS. J Is expected at the polls on November Representative of Floridaraw N
ter BuUW
** ( 3.Goodrich.
:nki11! Morgan of! Mr. 3 C. Fry and Joe M Han described the eara- sugar processors were present "
Wayne Tuesday at a meeting held .
: )Ir', Williamnp Ills ) ed-I + left Tuesday evening for a ten ven a* "part of the greatest at the Canebrake restaurant at i
day trip to Idaho drive
registration ever
where they sponsored '
oweeStNrd. :
a prelude to the annual harvest
:U pup alts .]r plan to hunt elk. by the Democrats in Florida II

September 12th In th t Mrs. James Stottlar and baby .'It' 4L ." Fifty-five representative of t
red)fethodist Church of LaP ilbur t left Tuesday for Champaign, 111., nine processors operating 11
pastor Rev. Woffclated after a visit here with her par mills were there to discuss regulations
powder, at th.P ents. Mr. and Mrs Carl H. C Voting lists with two representatives .
at elghe !
ceremony Berner,
ablt-rID' of the Department of Agriculture .
Mrs. Glen Etherton 1 ta leaving In Washington '
; Sidney Fortner organ- this week accompanying her close Oct. 3

lit 11d W. Fred Dale, vocalist.the music: uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. The latter were: William M.
nuptial Gerald Penney of Miami Alewlne, supervisor and Agricultural
FeSeDtedr. "Be" and on a Ther is one full week and a
Da1e sang ." two weeks trip to New York couple of days over left In Marketing specialist: In .
lArd' Prayerepekes and the World Fair. the Farmers Program Divisionof
1e
.chiffolerta flankathedral which to register to vote in the
and the Agricultural Stabilization \
Major and Mrs. SherwoodHall
can-. November general election.
ed tile altar and wereSersperld of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. The registration books fn Hen- and Conservation Service, and
dJ/Jabra with with pink floor tapers' basket visited his brother. Joe M. Hall dry county will close Saturday John A. Hupfcr, sugar technolo I
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\ rotes. Centering and family and his uncle and October 3rd thirty days before gist. -
Ii pink TIffany candle aunt Mr. and Mr. H. R. Hall the election, according to the
were pint The meeting, which extendedinto
lilt Jjd.indow peenery.Th. for end.:, a few days over' the week- Mias Susanne Peer, center, worthy advisor of Kalnbew Girls, Florida law. the afternoon, was concerned '

bride, given In marriage with ether newly Installed officers. Left te right Mary Beth John L. Hall, supervisor of with the two prime sugar determinations -
father wore a street Mr. and Mr. John Blackwell Fry, Faith) Becky Spires, worthy associate advisor; the registration, states that he will (It the Agricultural -

w tarts her gown of Angelmist tat- and children of Fort Myer worthy adviser; Jan Braatley, Charity; and Jan Wilson, Hope. remain at the office on Saturday Department. Sugar commer-- '
He fitted bodice featuredfiLdaway visited relative and friend IdClewlston October 3rd until 5 p.m. dally recoverable and 2. Fair
neckline, embrolditd Friday coming up especially In order to give every possible and reasonable price regulation
\ with pearl and crystal to attend the football school principals. opportunity for any persons to Issued by the!, Secretary of Ag
Ed Her veil of tiered illusu game Friday evening Directors meet; Arrangements have also been register. All court house officesare riculture.
*, attached to a petaled Dr. and Mrs. E. B. McCon- made for the Mobile X-Ray unit usually closed on Saturdays.The .
Oca> aeadplece of pearls and ville have returned from a vacation of the Florida State Board of books will be open to any Discussion at the meeting, "
.a She carried a bouquet trip to North Carolina. plan TB searchDirectors Health to visit both counties: wishing to register during regular which lasted from I a.m. to .
mUls.white meet> centered with askis ai ',>t Their daughter, Sandi. accom- during the latter part of January office hour on all other early" afternoon will be uaed In'

I orchid on a white lace panied them as far a* Gainesville of the Trl-County for follow up of contacts to days, said Hall. developing Federal sugar mill
Bible. Bridal attendants where she returned to the Tuberculosis and Respiratory: reactors of the tuberculin' test instruction for the coming ...
BKd and for the general public to The supervisor's office 1 11 on
Pam Bolls, sister of University of Florida Disease Association "will hold an crop. No drastic change are ;
Kits .
era" MRS. WAYNE avail themselves of free chest the first floor of the county '
MORGAN -
at bide, who served as maid Mr. and Mrs. Karl Easton and open meeting, followed by dinner courthouse In LaBelle. contemplated r
t honor and Miss Elizabeth family of Lake Worth visited at the Clewlston Inn Sunday X-rays. ." .

Howard nfcce of the bride who ment of pink rose and carnations Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Vaughan afternoon. Gene Edwards,
ni junior bridesmaid. They centered the bride's table Party plannedfor and family Sunday.Mr. chairman of the host unit the Democrats send

ten gowned alike in burgundy which' was covered ,vlth linen and Mrs. H. C: Thompsonare Eastern Hendry county unit, announced Know your teachers I I
whet frocks, fashioned with 'In cutwork design. vacationing In North Car- that the business meetIng ,- vote caravan .
paled neckline and A-line Guest were introduced to the HalloweenPreliminary olina. will start at 3 p.m. Dinner

tirti accented with small self receiving line by Mr*. J. M. Guest of Mr and Mr. J. T. will be Dutch treat and will Registration of voter ends Mr. Klllgore was born In Wai-
"''I down the back. They carte -- Howard. Jr. Mr. Fate Seay Webb la.t. week were her sis tart at 6 p.m. October 3rd and the State Democratic line, Kentucky on August 29
for
Hal-
plans
iled sprays of light pink rose and Mrs Kenny Murphy presided loween Carnival to be a ten Mrs. R. H. Farts of Way, There art no closed meetings Executive Committee is 1939. He was a graduate form
Kcented with pink bud and at the guest book. sponsored and the public is Invited to at sending a caravan of mobile Walllns high school in 1961.
by the Lions dub no. S.C and Mr. P. T. Wrightof
on Oct. 31
,,!vet leaves. Assisting in serving the wedding discussed Bradenton. tend Dr Wm. F. Hill, and Dr. units through the state to remind After he graduate; he entered
Mr. Newman Sanchez served cake and punch wer Mrs. the were last Thursday at Paul Hughes, directors respectively : voter In a dramatic manner Cumberland College at Williamsburg. -
club's luncheon meeting In Mr. Ruth Beard 1ey, Mr.
Edward Carter of the Glades-Hendry
H best man. Ushers were Miss Sandra the Clewlston of their duty and privilegeof. Ky. in 1957 Mr.
franklin. bolls brother of the Robert, Miss Ruth Sanderson'and Inn. Catherine Brown, Miss PatriciaPowers county and the Broward county .voting. Klllgore upon graduation from

bide and John Marcus How- Mr*. Jerome Johns. Little Greg Esser. president, presided and attendedmeeting Miss MarjorieDaughtrey health department will peak "Jimmy" James, Is registration College In August of 1961 had
Bd Jr. Misses Linda and Mary White at the meeting where W. W. at the business meeting.Approximately drive chairman Warren a B.S. degree and a major in
of the Belle Glade Business and 1
Tie bride's mother wore a heed and Paige Howard distrib- Perry, charter: member and SOpersons Goodrich. state committee chaIrman : Englishand History.He .
Professional Club
beige Itted chiffon frock: : with uted rice bags to the guesU. former president; Larry Webb Thursday evening.Women 'from Broward county will at and Mrs. Cecil Doherty, has taught for three year 76Y, "
icroll covered bodice. The For her going away enscm-. Federal Bureau of Investigationagent tend. Directors from the Glades women's division director. The In Harlan County Kentucky
Bother I of the groom chose a ble, the bride chose a blue silk of West Palm Beach and Mrs. M. L. Goodwin returned county and LaBelle units will caravan, which was 'put together System, at his home: town high
kite two-piece suit with match. .suit with harmonizing accessories Judge Broward Parsons of La- Saturday from a visit in Pltts- Join. the meeting also. by James, is headed by a replica school.
k accessories. Both She wore the orchid Belle were guests. burg flying to Tamp., where The Association staff 'has of the "Berlin Wall", reminding Upon furthering his educationhe
wore conages
| from her her sister Mrs. Mae Stebbln made plans for tuberculin testing "
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of orchids.Dr. welding bouquet citizens that 111 a democracy has done one semester of
purple It was announced that 'two Joined her for the trip to Clewlimo of all school children .
and Mrs. Bolls entertaln- Following a honeymoon la Miami through there is no wall between graduate work In the field of k4 .N
It 1 with a reception at their Beach the newly weds are new members have been added Mr. Stebblns 1* remaining high school age In the Hendry a voter and his vote": a English at the University of
toe, which was decorated making their home in Lake to the Lion' Club roster for a short visit and Glades counties during the missile pointed skyward given Kentucky, completing one half
till arrangement of Butler. John Potter, Clewlston city attorney first week of November. Cooperating the count down of day until of his requirements for a master PETE KILLGORE

too their garden. A roses five- and C. P. Chapman Rqadrunner'shandicap with the staff has been registration ends, and a "Eter- of art degree.Mr. for the senior class.
band candelabrum holding More principal of the Clewlston high Superintendents Carl E. Horns- nal flame of Liberty" signifies Killgore teaches 8th This young teacher is unmarried -
tU tapers with an studentsin school. league by, of Hendry, and Broward M. progress made by the Demo grade English In the Junior high, : and Hyde at 418 Wwt Os-
arrange
collegeThree 'Daniel, of Glades, and the cratic administration behalf and is also one of the sponsors cools: Ave. .
I

Debbie Davis Clewlston student in W L TEal Pins l.

college, who were inadvertently Girl staters dewUton Bar __ B 4 6,706 j lpi 11;

coming home omitted recently from are: the list published Golf View Motel 'H4 h 4ft 6,643 \ 111//. I ,,1h.. ."'il.pl" ftt'.tt) <:i 1.<>' ,, 'iIlll! IIfit/, 1/1. I /.1/. / / '
A&W Root Beer 'I I 6.589Clewlston ,
' Debbie Davis 10 year old Ron Roblson freshman' at report to BPWGirls Inn ._. 6 8 6.768 .

fcujhter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Fairmont College Fairmont, W. National Guard. S 7 6,529 I i: 'if'n'if'nr I Irp
I.. "Dink" Davis expected Va. The well-known Tiger star Co. r 1 '
Staters Sara Jo Cato Hendry Introducing the Rocket Action CarsCLDSIMICISJDlLE!
t) return tomorrow from St 1 11 !
Hut's Hospital on a football scholarship and and Sally Oliphant gave Inspiring Tractor Co. ..._ 2ft Btt 6,579 :
West Palm has already participated In a
huh> where she Is a patient. couple of Falrmont games. He participation reports of In their week-long In Hlfh handicap aerie FOR H; 1
D S (B
Ear treatment for retarded 1 ta the ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tallahassee government Lone Moody ?.,,,_...,__ 632 S0VW4MM y,
polio Stitches from recent back J. Roblson. last spring. They Roe. Nesbltt ..._. 628 I
IIlItry have been removed and Bin Slices and Edward Harris spoke at the Tuesday luncheon Nell dawson __. 618 .\> > '
Debbie! meeting of Business and Professional \
has been placed in the who r""
are student at Palm Beach
cot In Womens Clubs, one of the High handicap'gasMRose
which
the must remain Junior College. Bill 1 II the son ,
ar several weeks. She is report- of Mr. and Mr. Fred C. Sikes sponsors of their trip. Nesbltt .___*___ 255 7 # 3 i..

.* ai "getting along fine" and and Edward of Mr. and Mr. Describing vividly the way in Helen Klste .._. 235, t 'tJS M

inter to be home James M. Harris. which the American Legion Sherry Ferrara _..-".. 235 r- 3e y ,
- Auxiliary and counsellors assist Lathe Moody _. ."."...-?-. 224 { r r i

the girls in organizing into political filch scratch game : .
parties (Federalist and : ,
Rose Neabltt.- 190 ''II
Nationalist), and Into the muthlcil -
,4 cities and counties which
r mmKEEPS make up the State of Seminole Save two-bill, fi
the delegates transmitted to

their audience their own enthusiasm .. buy tickets early I


ON I Ii Housed on the F.S.U. campus, Parents and student are reminded t.

the girls after organization and that they may save 25e .
election of Senate and House at each home game by purchasing :

; ;: members and state officials student ticket at school
_v went to the real capital for prior to the ,am... If i iI

PfGwl. their legislative sessions. Both All students from the first "
GonJ. Clewlston delegates had been through the twelfth grades must wt* rv Ip 89.65 ,'I I
elected as member of the have tickets according/ to Supervising h v I

McwfegI W.... House of Representatives. Sally Principal C. J. Chap. y ,
occupied Mr. Miner' seat, and man. Ticket purchased at the ar7"r I
I Sara Jo settled for nearby seat school office prior to the game
of the Taylor county representa. are only SOc for students The .t 1 I
... tlve. Sally was chosen to escort same ticket purchased at the r '
when he addressed 75e.
Governor. Bryant. gate are SS MOUMr COl/P ,
a.r the assembly and bad Notice its lon..., tower whte .
.. n.r...; The reduction I II to encourage proportloMaad
of chat with and Jmpr Mlv Ua .. Inside
the opportunity a early ticket purchasing; new SMW

Srt.,... DIrt''asolWeepe him selected in his to escort office.Donna Sara Jo Welch.was prevent ticket offices long line it will at the expedite gate AD-ncv from every TIe". Great new Old Dynamic 88! ie awe.{ eb..ad.omfats..", New perf--1'fIr7W.....see. yes them loele a I j I'

"" Lakeland the Girl State Cow admission for everyone, Chapman 42'-b1o-1aeh.! 110-h.p. Super Basket V4I i
IIau1a Spraying ernor, to the rostrum for her aid. lick from an the Dynamic Sir Bdadnf
address. three aw deluxe Delta M ,odds. I
/ .. Inaugural ..
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Girls Stators prepare bills introduce BIRTHDAY GEEETINOaSept '
IIIl drive rL:..&.... : them, debate them and Plus
to the ___ -- i a whole Olds I
new
... Jewel
". 3D .. follow through with the correct U-Marie Bethel,
.. ALL'YII1ablHeta ,... I. procedure from Lawrence Curtis Thompson Rocket Action lineupln. I
zoos hom .. ___ parlamentary
IIeD Jobe POWBB.ased ..-.... state to finish. Both delegate A. C. Ellison Mrs. Minnie ..'. pint te get enfMl. abase H Oets
CrlYel7 doeQ',11ft said they received a great dealof Golden Glenn Jackson MDlage > to HI Ae MMt Hrhl setae K sees
yrgy 'be JOID tip real education and Inspiration C Spire el.***. Stvfc aid. Jews I hM fj,pan
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Let (, mab I. from their experience. Sept 25-Etta F. Letter 1. V. 79-a.p.. BtwOre V4 trait SMSM tea* i

Jllltloa&h kbe q. fIB D011i Among their counsellors: was Bybee. Hill Wlmberly. Dr. I*' Orb aai ewe annrtlir .ifmiiafttial Maeas ID.TlsteCwatoe .
wife of Sgt *. --"tnw.1IItat1
Mrs. Flo Hayes G. Vaughan
Ralph Hayes of the Florida Sept 26-Crace Glddens. Mrs. ursrusee a.ethM More j..rtBt.eea fetter nee*

NOBELTSlNO !I. Highway Patrol and a former 'Ruth Vaughn. Becky Spire, rmomsv ems .

Clewiston resident. George Cox, Mr*. Maggie
CHAINS! Mrs Harriet Zauel presidedat Knott I IMum.ues.M !

the meeting when plan were Sept 27 8. H. Stall, Mike I I
made for fruit cake sale, and Mazzlna I II

Tractor for other activities.CARD Sept. 28 A. B Broadfoot. I I
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$357.00 We Challenge:: T,; Claire Owen Mabel MagGU
Florence O. Heath L. L. Ellington. ,
700" OP THANKS Beulah O. Knight. 0.
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COMPARISON Golden rise errrtsw
K. Phillips. Tommy
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I would like to thank numerous Linda Dor- wxwr.ew ',
: rLLVBarry's Dan McCarthy
friends for their thoughtful i I',
man. _-u ,. Mae semmam aflawa NMnw....._ ;
card, lovely which flower: were, and such many I a Sept. -Mtt Prewltt, Frank rep! wIMIYI u TNewf,.pr paw M...AITm liaise st 1Aq..t i' .'I!

prayer during my recent Tokleda.: J. J. Geiger Mrs. :1'' In
help to me t
great
GRAVELY Inc. Illness and hospital confinement Lynn Duller Dong AageU. "Chuck" '
Tractors, I am deeply grateful and Sept. SO-W. A. Dart, Janice Wells Motor I nc. I/ hi'

FM u4067 Palm! Beach Blvd. wm always remember theN Morrison. Mr*.' Lam CJ rIe-' 9ffClcwuton. /
with heartfelt appre Ban, Km Mar Carter. Mrs "
Phone OX 4-1422 kindnesses: Christine 13017,8aSb1Fa '. 262 SusarUnd Highway FloridaI
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Vivian ... .a.w.m w ww. _.
BaIrd wn rraag w.YRr
Anna Hat.Jone .. ernww. _.wt daAs as nsel r_
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APPLICATION .... If*. Tier
which he shall forfeit the. bid NOTICB OF 1 ot.t se tbldder a the
Architect, In I Feat
the
rsturned to I.f4wo5tr.rrprl.e
Six THE CZWJSTOH NEWS Qewlatce na. are condition. vllhU deposit a* llquldatid damages.. FOR TAX DEED Kana ... Say In the an the tr.. ::
'p after In... Sub.eon- All bonds shall br executed by a .... neaeeassl 1051 which. :'00: c
the Bid Open Fl. Ulatnte :
Thursday, September U, 1084 obtala documents fully authorised'' surety licensedby Chanter 1M.1 Except 8160' of tflithar Low October, :IthOeW ,
tractor mar the State of Florida 874' of N14f. Improvement AM. 18" ot llq r
cost that C.
by paying reproduction t Notice I.I hereby> given .eIooii
The City reserve the right only I lot 1 Bib I
which coot will not be r.fund04.Ooo".nle and to M. Plrkle. the holder of the fol- D.tt" thb .
be examinedfree waive any Informalities filed said All of paid property being In bsr. 5th Day
mar has 01
lowing certifies'certificate te* 1001 k/
and landed on her' bead on a Architect's ell' bids b the of H.n". But .
County
of chart at the r'jfciclVr for a tax deed to (
Girl hurt ridingmotorbike portion of the slsb. She was office. 0" CLJW18TON: Issued therron The certificate Florida.' SiEnatemeld ,nl(5BAL1 UU,
County IDDEHSSealed : Bach proposal must ka accompanied FLORIDA numb. and years. of Usuanca Unless suck certificate hall DsputCCleub.
taken to the Hendry LI*]A L NOTICH TO By C. K Blair
Certified Cheek b redeemed acoordlnit to law
if the *
where IS stitches: were proposal for the eon* r''b.k City Manager the description : assessed described In
Hospital or Bid Bond el- I which the property uch CN 4
and the name
t at parkDiane taken In a laceration over her to traction Clewl.toa of th Elemental* lit Addition School, ecu led br. .licensed the Bidder to do and businessIn Sur.tCompany 1-10-Sept. 14 Oct. 1, .. l.,4 are a* follows: certificates will b. old t. the. Sept. ". ", '1. Oct ?

eye. She also received: bruised Hendry. County, Florida, will b.r..I.04 Florida In a sum equal to ?
by the Hendry CountyBard
l.
knees. five (t) per cent of the. amount
Ml of Public Instruction IBolle *-
Williams 14, of .t the total hid. The Bond I* required
S:00
Florida on or before :
?' East Sagamore received lever Mcdelland: said no chargeshad P.M. Thureday, October S, 1*.4 .. a tvarante that. If
cuts and abrasions on Wednei- been filed In the butth.t at which" time and place they the Bid In accepted a Contract
case : and the
: will he altered Into per
will be publicly opened and read.Cople .
i1 day evening when the fell from his Inveslgatlon was not formanc of It properly I secured.Th .
.
/'I'i1', a motorcycle the was riding of the Proposals Con aucceasful bidder will be required
'I' yet completed.ST. tract Document, Drawings and to ... PerformanceBond.
Il 1 round the baseball diamond at Bpeoiricatlona. may bo obtainedby ooTrln. and Including all
: Sugarland Park.Patrolman Ililble General) Contraet.r0from labor and materials. The Performance
I JAMES M. HARTLEY, ARCHITECT Bund shall be writtenIn .
I Iti Charles McClel: 1101 Harrison Street the amount .! on* hundred '.
o
'f PETEaVS LUTUERANCHURCH Hollywood, Florida, or the officeof (100)( per cent of the Contract ;.
land laid the girl borrowed the the Superintendent of Public Price. '
I motorcycle from Gene Jackson, Instruction Courthouse. i B.lle, Proposal forma must he properly V
t Florida. A deposit of UO." Isrmiulred filled out and must not be
18, of Pasadena street and was Belle Glade
l i
for each first eel of detached from the Specification
circling the backstop when she Rev. Richard Roseman, pastor Drawings and Hpeclflcmtlone Issued Mo qualifying letter or state- l .A .
struck a piece of cement pro'trnding to each General Contractor. mente will t>* considered .
*:30 a.m. Sunday School Additional .seta may be obtained NO BIDDER MAT WITHDRAWA >> '. .
,. from the ground. by paying reproduction BID submitted for a period of
10.30: a.m. Divine Worship cost, which cost will not bo re thirty (10) day after the date I '
The girl! was thrown some 10 8.00pm.: Wednesday Bible turned. The full amount of the sat for the opening of inch Bids. { Big Savings on Goodyear Quality Tires
feet in the air, Mcdelland said Class deposit will be refunded to all THB OWNER RESERVES ,..:
Bidden provided all documents THIS RIGHT to reject any
and/or all Bid and to walT Informalities "

By therein.________ DISCONTINUED DESIGNS! ALLWEA1'E. 642[

J. R. Bpratt, Chairman 4rfth3-T
I Clewiston Church Board of Public Instruction NYLONandTUFSYNj
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ATTEST Hendry: County, florid Odd Lots A '

f :,: intST CHKISTIAN l CHURCH FIRST Carl 10. Hornsby, Superintendent /P''Noll tlaranteo,
BAPTIST CHUkCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
and Secretary to the Board of 0010 T '
;J:! 201 N. Franctaoe Street 102 E. Ventura Arcane 447 loyal Palm Avenue Publla. Instruction, Hendry County. SAVE

I ,, B. J. Goodrich. Minister Rev. Bob 1. Christie Henry H. Ford, Minister CN.-Florida 41 .. s
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t ;I 10.00: a.m.-Bible School 1:43 a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: am.-Sunday School Sept. tO. IT. '. 1M ,t r .4 r35 I
: 11:00: a Communion and UP TO
t 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ? tl r
Worship Service 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. (::00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow.

1':1 7:30 p.m, Communion and 8:00: p.m.-Evening!; Service ship. reoTlcmThe .. '.' "
!
Worship Service.: Wednesday; Hendry County Board of <
Wednesday: County Commissioners will receive : :
Wednesday: tfT:30 7:00: () p.m.-Officers and Te.ch7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. sealed bids until 10:0* A.M. ;
\ : p.m.-Bible Study. ers Meeting. October II 1M4 for the erection countyproperty ; WHCL.EARANCE
of one steel building on
8.00: p.m. Midweek Prayer FIRST METHODIST CHURCH located at Clewlston ,

COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Service. 331 W. OaeeoU Avenge Airport Detailed, Clewlston.specifications Fla. arc on --J on ., ., Orlglntl-Cqulpmtnt
f. HOLINESS: CHURCH 8:45 p.m.-Choir Practice Rev. David Denslow. Pastor file In the office. of Clerk of veer

Sooth Clewliloa. I .. 9:45: a.m.-Church School Circuit The Board Court In res.LaBelle.r.ee the Fla.rightto $ GootIJe.CulteIiSUper.Cushlol Olson Ire. 5..ale. Now es eN 11M seas.
: Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor 11:00 a.m.-Moraine Service. reject any or all bid., and to 0

': 10:00 .m.-8und.y School. ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH 7:00: .m-Methodlat Youth award, the.of contract Hendry to' the b..tInt.ra 2 for%'IS AS '

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. (Episcopal) 'Fellowship.CHURCH HARVARD 8. ; ZN80N ,, ., LOW
..... ''... Chairman Board of County .. $1495 t.AS : -
207 u "
7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic N. PaclflaRev. Commissioners :or=.:.

: Service, dark R. Dorman. Vicar ) OF CHRIST CN-41* ws.y.-' .
Wednesday: Sunday Services: lOt Sooth Central Attune 8pt 14, Oct. t 1M4 .Ai1W.. II i.. .

7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service. 7.30: a.m. Early Eucharist: J. J. Sullivan! Minister '4 Pt",,"

Friday 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and Sunday: '

,, 7:45 NOITHSTOE: p.m.-Youth-MBSIONAKT Service. SaInts and Church Holy Days School as an11:00 10:00 7:00::: .m.-Blbl.p.m.a.m.--Worship.Worship.School ( ROTICR or AODITIOIf CI-KWISTOM COH.IDCTIOfl TO CONTRACTOR"EWAUH HO.crrr .FLORIDA 1 SYSTEM F ,INS E& USED TIRES R-C TIRE OFFER!

nounced. COHTHACT HO 4 .
BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment. Wednesday: proposal will bq' Driven. of Paw! Pkk-Ups and Small
304 N. :Francisco Street 7:30: p.m.-Midweek ,devotions corJ'g,. the undersigned at the '
YabIcIa-Cet this tirtmad
office of the City of Clewlaton ComnwrtW
Rev. Julian Pope and Bible Study. Florida, until 1:10: p.m., EAT. .
1:43: a.m.-Sunday SchooL.. October 11, lt'4 at which tlm. $333a .etpecUfly for fcmzh BM!
." Wor.hlp.CALvARY BAl'TISTmuaCII and place they will he publicly '
l! ;..1. 11-00: a.m.-Morning opened and read aloud. The a
; South Clewlaton. CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST
iSO: <1 p.m.-ETC. work for which, these proposalsare .
..Ai: 7:30: p.m.-Evening V'onhlp.Re": Herb Hlgdon, Pastor APOSTOLIC FAITH to he submitted consist of Prlc..f.1395
,,, construction of an extension to ?
i' Wednesday: B:41 a.m. Sunday School South Clewliloa the ....,a.. collection ystm. Including NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED/ "
/? 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 11:00: ajn.-Worship Service. Bro. Luther Dlxon Pastor one lift nation.
and all
I 7.00: p.m.-Baptist Training 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School work All materials performed furnished shall be In accordance
Union. with plan, ..peelflc.tlon. .-
CHURCH OF GOD 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.
8.00: p.m.-Worship Service. and contract document 10 DAYS ONLY1Pick !
312 Bool Pacific Avenue Tuesday: pertaining thereto which may .be
,I
Rev. H. M. Long Tuesday 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. examined at the office of the, (FlEE MOUNTING!
8 00 City Manager at the City Hall
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School: : p.m.-Brotherhood. Friday:
Clewlston Florida, or at the of- Your Size l I.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-Young People's flee of Gee and Jensen, Consulting -
7:30 7:30: p.m. Hour of Prayer. Engineer I Inc., l ll Okeechohee ttckYourSavIngal]
: pm.-Evening Worship. Meeting. Road, West Palm Beach, 60
Wednesday: Thursday: Florida. Onej copy of the document ;
I 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 1:00: p.m.-choPresGce.. ; : *, Including 1 blank.bid form n'BargalnIForAlII
Friday: HAVEN BAPTIST 10 CHURCHHighway with to be a executed proposal may and b eubmltted* obtained tasy.T rm For:AHf( GO G'O'O'D' EARS

7:30: p.m.-Young People's En from the office of Oe* and ,
I deavor.JEHOVAH'S CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF Rev. VIe Turner, Pastor Jensen Consulting Engineers
Inc upon payment of 11600 plus
GOD 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School I ,45 stat sales tax, a totaof S
WITNESSES 215 Sooth Franelaoo Street 11:00: a.m.-Morning .Worship. 111 41 a set, which amount. will-*. [ NATKMHMDI IIMIT"kUMkmKHiKufSTniffRt HO hnfc. SSKWUfif. le'reee,i He lmlW
refunded. 1 .MrmslI
not b* Ie6NINeatbN.WSmOmdIALLhiMeooona.AuvoTmuAsseUAMlsna D p/NtdNNgMwerSSNANNdmsNdek Mid
..1 j Kingdom Hall-.417 W. El!: Paso James F. Klmbrel Pastor 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. A certified or cashier'. check ,I I, .euAMNTU My of mats MUM. aO.000 eo.*..yeor 4IM, Ie
"" R. Gabon Sunday: 8.00: p.m.-Evening WorsJup. on bid a bond national In a or lunt stat*t bank not or leesthan a 1M UrtMMMMidOM. ***)will m*es*__en e lOW lira based 0/1 dgInel. noel Hopei relnanlna aN eurrunt"ONdyM Piece T --

Sunday Watchtower: Study, 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School.: Wednesday: five percent <(5%) ,of the
I 1:13: 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. amount of the. bid mad payableto
p.m.Tuesday
11:00
: a.m.-Morning Worship. the City of Clewlston shall
i Bible Study 8.00: p.m. 11:00: a.m.-Children's Church. accompany each hid a* a' guarantee GOODYEAR
: Thursday Ministry School: 7:30: 7:30: p.m.-Ev.nrellltle Service withdraw that from th. bidder the competitionafter will, not Bill NORMAN'S

p.m. Wednesday: CHURCH OF JlStS CHRIST opening of bide and In ,
i Service Meeting 1:30: p.m. 7:45: p.m.-Christ's Ambassad Hooker Point event that the contract Is awarded
to the bidder, he will enter
( or. Paul Strickland, Pastor Into contract and furnish the required Bond Street Clewiston Phone YU 2.6091
: ST. MARGARETS CHURCH 'l'hur.darl': 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School performance bond, falling

,If Father Robert A. Hostler 1:30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

I ,I ,.,- 1.00: a.m. &: 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Study. Wednesday: e

J ]I4a... Friday: : 7:00: p.m.Prayer Meeting.! i
/' i, 7.00; a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass 4.00: p.m.-Royal Rangers for Saturday:

'!I s. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday 101.-... Boys. 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting.! Introducing Comet 1965:



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FOR SALE-Llmed oak dining C ewlston. Florida THE CLEWISTON: NEWS Page T

let H3, desk and II Thursday, September 24, 1984
$35. occasional :los I :AH I J vfaf'I :
chair '10. YU
cLASSIFIED 54341.Ito
ADS LOST-$30 Reward Children'
FOR SALE Walnut table, pet. 5 month old German ;w,
*
. chairs, and buffet $75. YU 2- Shepherd Dog. Black coat with -All kale %;: i
... -- 1061. tic brown markings, double duo- ,

HEAL ESTATE' FOR law on bota hind leg*. HowardA. "" ,II 11& wan Moot rlWOll! at ,I
SALE
.c.IrIED RATES: :e u r NEW-two bedroom CBS con FOR SALE-two small houses FOR RENT Apartment furnished Parakeet, $2.00up. (Griffin Griffin Bros. Co. Sod '1\ !

(y It fiord iarieerr.JD.0 struction. S8.SOO.NORTHSIDE white, perfect for storage. slngl person. Jack L. ,Mynah monkeys birds, cages African aupplles.Pet lovebirds Farm Highway S-832 South of I Ip '
_ palmum ; -3 oeUroom tram.. Phone YU 2-7992. OcUpFOR' Scott. 220 E. Arcadetfc Clewiston. Itp
boarding. Thompson Wild]
It
_ of 2.e'
price Furnished. Immaculate.
.JtIIioU for {the SALE-2 bedroom house FOR RENTS room house fur- Animal Farm, Phone YUkon 2-
N THSIDE-2 bedroom frame
PHONE- yUkon S.1201 In Pahokee. Cash down pay nished. Call YU 21236. 1236. tie
18.000. scent or would Display
accept late
..bOIl' ..me.'PO ACREAGE as available. model house trailer finance bal tfe FOR SALK-Payroll envelope. kSIHAJBLE!
fens: the eJ..U1ed.da; 5 ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2Y1 ance. Phone YU 2-06S1. printed with for. for social

rick UP two peace te bath tram home. Hardwood OcUSc 11IIIIREGlSTEKJl i I security withholding and other
neatre. floor. deductions Box of 500. dtwliton
M meoyrnl the Ne". 323 FHA HOMES !in Broward, GEORGE M. ADAMS News office. U ClassifiedsSewing
r !: ) CITRUS TREES / .
moat be Palm Beach and Dade
passel counailed FOR .
SALE
Hsw two 2 bedroom ufa }
u4 before WecID- ties, price FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. JOHNNY COLE erJrnwr.g ji l
for Small cash Nascent.and land.apartments South also 2ft acres of M. Tomlliuon. floe Fla. Phone ALL MAKES SI" USED TV .
p7' Clewiston. YU 2- RE W78 tfc Machine BEACN ,
SET S. .9S
FOR RENT Efficiencies and 4235.: Qct.22p Guaranteed. $1 '
._ house a* available.: FOR RENT-Smatt house. Eon down SlUt per motto. LAKE: Repairs MOTEL
Over 1.000 vacant lots to select Dished or unturnlihed $35 APPLIANCE CO YU 2-T1SL tIc

I from for all purpose Various REAt 1STATE FOR.,RENT per month. Set Mr*. Sloan 433 FOR SALE-1963 model house SINGERSales 11 Directly on the Ocean. Brand new end beauHfuUM ,: I
1:
prices. Terms. FOR E. Trinidad or caU a P. John.fOD. trailer lO'xSS. 3 bedroom Motel Room, Efficiencies end tarp Apsrtmentt
GREATER THAN INVESTMENT AND INCOME RENT two bedroom tic Reasonable. Mob r Trailer Service 100% AiKMditioned TV .. Phones Swimming Pool I
Nt) PROPERTY,. trailer 1 bedroom trailer 1 Shufflsboard 9 hole Green
Park Belle Glade. Lot Putting Coffee Shop
houses, acreage. $360 MONTHLY RENTAL Re- bedroom apartment furnished. FOR SALE-Hospital bed, prac-: 13.Sept24p Parts RentalsBrand e bungs a Planned Entertainment; Dancing Outdoor Pitta I
lIIJIIesse E"W! tope customer CBS construction 825.000.dthg Phone YU 2-4064 tIc tically new waterproof mat- new touch and few American Express, Carte Bil/lchi. Dinars' Club
your property tre... YU 2-9131. Ito FOR SALE-G.E. dish "Write Free Brochure .
, List ULONG TERM low Interest FOR RENT-one and portable machine on display at for and melon this ador ".
1. E. Beardsley. Ph.. tote two bedroom washer. 2 ;year old. Excel- CARITHERS RADIO & TV. Special Discount Ratet.
a farm cane grove and ranchmortgage trailers, also FOR SALE
large Mobile ROTE*. Vied .
lent condition. 320 W. Saga Glades Merchantlle Co. Authorized .. .. .
Y71. *, minimum $50,000. shady 1963
apace City Immaculate bedroom > "
sewerage. 2 -
more. YU 3-2441. Itp Singer agent in store! .
IS Atliii
house. No : ) f, A
SALJ.-Z bedroom LISTINGS NEEDED pets dewlston Trailer Park. kitchen dining room, completely every Saturday. Pleas call
L Cr.wford. YU 23031. J. M. LANKFORD YU 22661. tIc furnished and lot. DAYTONA '
set-up
JL on YU 2-6441 or come In 108 : 1J.EA
Uc Reg. Real Estate Broker FOR 14.350. Financing arranged for ANNOUNCEMENTS I t MISC. Bond Street tIc : .
RENT .
one bedroom II.,.. g ,
qualified buyers. Models CII.
LOTS ON' LAKE 530 East Sugarland Highway house. Phone YU 2-688L open
'!0 5UVOT 13.7:50: each. Fire. Auto and General tIc dally to .. Sunday after church BLUM It SONS PLASTERma.: '.' ;; :
;'E, for sale Lake InsuranceClewiston FOR RENT-One> bedroom mobile dewlston Trailer Sales, phone Very Best Work- ALBERTO DE ARMAS I.
: Phone
1/3/ down.WS3Stfo Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 home. Call YU 2-1238. YU 2-2681. tfc We Saw You Money;

P1aod HO tIc ,. Plastering, Simulated Stone

- TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or MRS. JOHN R. BARTON Sr. Stucco Licensed: -Free and Estimate Insured) EDWARDSPlumbing Harlem NewsNews

trailer for FOR SALE One ofdce desk
space rent. Fair
25 Year In Business
Grounds Trailer formica also student's desk Bepair
Business Directory. 33044. Park. Phone tin secretary chair and two stenog.chairs. Fort:3850 Myers Lora Street Fla. tic Replacements.Installations of Our Colored CommunityMRS.

Double A Booting Co., .
NEW APARTMENTS-One ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor
and Sugirland
Highway. YU 3-1131.
two Phone YU 2-7631 :
bedroom.
Alrconditloned. Trouble Shooting
GOULD BROS. tfc SLIP COVERS and drape Custom \
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Call YU 2-6673.
JOHNSON CARS tIc FOR SALE-two refrigerators mad. Complete line ofdrapery "Septic, Tank ASpecialtjf Special Announcement For Mt Calvary Baptist Rev. L I

Kite toad IIS. Seath PAINT STORE FOR KENT-Trailers and Trailer good condition. Phone YU 2- and sUp cover fabric Those Seeking To Register Before M. Kitchen, pastor 1.
Free estimate Call YU
Hot transportation for your space Royal Palm Trailer 6801. Octlp 1-5831 Election In November. The revival meeting climaxed ..,
YU 2-6711
Call
Van Cothern'i Custom Furnitureand )
Park.
Licensed Contractor Insured Phone YU 2-2603. tIc
money Book will be open for registration last Friday night The week
Miami FOR SALE 10'x43' two bed- Upholstery tie 325 E. Ventura .
side of
tU at the office of Registrar meeting wt a spiritual success.
nEE ESTIMATES FOR RENT:
and 3 room fur- room house trailer Can YU
nlshed at the court house La- Guest speaker was Rev. G.
rhllc Dealer 211ft E. Sngarland Bwy.na 1271. apartment Phone 2- 3-2521. Oct.88. Bell, Monday thru Friday, Fleming. Balnbrldge. Ga.

Tear YO win tie FOR SALE-From the Estate of WilL TRADEWILL 1 from 8 A.M. until 1:30: P.M. The Choir Union will be held
FOR RENT-2 bedroom traner Glenn E. (Fat) Etherton. One dally until Oct. 3, 1964. All Harlem Sunday afternoon at the Mt.
CARITHERS I with large room added. Phone 16' boat and trailer. 1938 BO For SALE. citizen who have not registered Olive Baptist church Lake Har

IADIO and TV SEE US TORBOTTLED YU 2-3232. tic HP. Evlnrude motor. 1939 18 TRADE lots or acreage are asked to take advantage bor. The president is asking an
HP Evlnrude motor. 1675. One for good Lake lot to build a of this opportunity.Vote ; choir member to be present
U1E3 WITH SERVICE GASAppliances FOR RENTroom furnished motor cycle 1963 Moped. Reasonable. cabin on in Lake Placid. Bill and the choice 1* your Thursday night for rehearsal

Ickel BJd,. 108 Bond st. Vaughn house. at Contact dewlston Mr Inn.. Ruth Ito 2-5211. Phone- YU 2-2821 or YU tic Blum. SS50 Lora St., :Ft Myers.na. tIc. 2Yz Acres Don't their vote and the choice U reporter Mr. Emma DIxon

Phone YU 2-6441 SalesServiceCLEWISTON Register or ;you have no choice
5 Acres --.oJ Friendship Baptist -. Rev. L. I
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H. King, pastor
POWER GASCORPORATION Note tram the Women's Club Musician ._ Clyde Blackmon I

25 Acres Sunday School ... 9.30: Deacon -
TRAILER SALES Clewiston GoesDODGE The Women' dub of Friendship A. A. Beckon, Supt. .

Baptist Church presented B.T.U. _. 6.00: P.M. .... :Mr. Susie !
House & 2 Acres their monthly program at the
New & Used Beckton president i;
YU 33101DENDKY church afternoon 3
Sunday at
Morning Worship ... 11:00: A.M.
tS 27 E YU 22661WALDRON'S P.M. In I
Devotion Deacon Charge ,
Devotion .... Mr. V. L. Whltfleld
Announcement Mrs. Vera I.
COUNTY
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and Mr. Annie Jones
Title & Abstract Co. Welcome: _h Mrs. Albertha Weekly Whltfleld Calendar ..

Title Abstracts-Title bunrue Blackmon It P.M. SeniorMissionary ,I
KEATS AND GROCERIES. Public StenecrapherPkotoeeprlnr DadeMonroeRealty Solo .._ Mrs. Susie Beckton Monday Society will meet ,"I

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.ml Duplicating Reading .-. Mr. Marl Johnson and Mr .
at the home of Mr. *
8*. and Park AT .
Bride *
Selection ._,_. Choral Group '
a 110 8 LaneUe. Fla. P. O. Bel C4'_ home Paul Jones
of those
p.m. ORange J.lUI new great DODGE cars! Friendship Baptist Church Tuesday 8:30: Youth Choir I I
Reading Mrs. Emma Orb
Six Days Week and Ushers' Rehearsal 7:30.
n nrMr.
$09 W. Sngarland HighwayYU well .
meet
CLOSED' EVERY TUESDAY) TOMORROW DODGE .tf41 Omrlatosi Solo Mis Shirley.Blackmon, the Junior Mission will
hr Tour Spur of Moment EVINRUDE I introduces those great Response- Mrs. Annie Jones Colll at the Grlswell horn and Mr. !

Picnic president Wednesday 1 P.M. No. 1 I
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to Hita East of dewiston Sales and Service new 1965 Dependables ROSS EGNEW Remark Mr. L. H. K1nIFIn.1 Choir and Ushers' Rehearsal I

Ban Beach remark Rev L. B. Thursday 5.00: P.M. Youth I'1 1Mlaalon'
New aid Used Meter All King, pastor ,,..1'!':?.. 'win ,bi I held at the '
Attention Cattlemen Maria Hardware new Dodge POLARAS coming on big for 1965! MOTELSmall home of Prayed era Whltfleld.

Fart and Aecesserlosbe Band New*-Oartem Academy' 7:30: Meeting and

II ft* tilDe to eBBdatew Maria Safety Eajdpaaeisna 1965 CORONET the hot motel and house, On September 19,. 1964, the' Bible study '
did with a long tern .* TUbe MillR. new Dodgeat all completely furnished, fifth district band directors'. association Friday No. 2 Choir and No.
km Itu. low .Interest. rate, showing good operating was held at Roosevelt 2 Ushers will meet

wtta E. WALDRONFor a new lower price! !Income. high school of ,West Palm Saturday ?. I P.M Women'
Beach, Florida. The purpose of Chorus Rehearsal. 7 P.M.,
Land Bank Perfect for family looking the meeting was to'''get reor- Teacher meetingAll

lee sr Write* For prompt, Efficient 1965 DART the Dodge-sized compact! for small investment to ganzied and to get acquaintedwith teacher. are asked to-be
and time.
give additional income. all the band directors of present on
Rom delivery
W. 1. MAT our district.

.1M "aI OF THE MIAMI HERALD TODAY we invite to visit Florida'snewest Priced $30,000with After getting acquainted with
you
Thrldai0dIng each other decided to set a
..... Call Bobby GideonsTampa we Johnson Cars
littl district festival
as as date for our
11J I-U.I DODGE dealer! which will be held on the 27th State Rood 832 South i!
Williams F $5OOOdown of March at Lake Shore high i:
Electric for
school of Bell Glade Florida.At Moot transportation your

w, nroih.. AD Tribune Will Take Home or Land this time, we hope to be on money this slda. of Miami! I IJuli
AiwlUMe BECK MOTORS Clewiston
at
k
oebteal CeDtr.ctID Aa Down PaymentSee our way to another victorious
art musical at Harlem Academy
He truu... rk.ca 1-1121 a name you'll want to remember when your local brokeror School.;year

Ft. MyenHATHCOCK'S contact W* are working hard and '
you want to buy a new car putting forth a lot of effort In *

New Press Chuck Bundschu striving to make this one of our Beauty NookFOR

1gA Mus: SAN BEN1TO HIGHWAY LEE COUNTY most enjoyable and ..uccII.fu1muslc.l THAT NEW LOOK \
Horn Delivery
ANT a SERVICE MORTGAGES under the new director No '
W. O. CAMPBELLPhone BECK MOTORS CLEWISTOM :year TbrtIn,. Styling. Cutting.
STATION Ft. Myers Mr. W. J. Chamber Appointment, Friday and 1
0Pt U NIGHT 3-2791 OXford 4-2114 Box 1408Hare of Phenlx, City. Alabama a Saturday \ ,
m Cow I
graduate of FloridaAM University I
ref bferasadea. Call M<1IMr
; Tallahassee, Florida. *. JmUa Sale. PreprtetorHarlem J
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Church News)
ATTENTION! First Born Church -- Bishop
& Suggs, pastor Club
Lumber Inc. I
farmers Ready-Mix The church has been holding Favorite Mixed Drink.Fried

Cane Growers and Ranchers a Pentecostal meeting the past Chicken other Fish.SandwichesBeeorded Hamburgerand
week. Bishop Thomas of Miami
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND Music
conducting the services. Everyone Popular Band

WISELY PLAN YOUR 1* welcome. ..,. aa4 Mr*. Via Walae. I

't'... FLANGING Complete Line Of New Bethel A.M.E.. Rev. L. i jHilton's iI
tarse Hert.r- Holme, pastes
'IZI .... __ I
Sunday School __ 9:30
II del C4 T.BAn LOAN iS I Building Material Morning Worship Begin! Grocery l'Grocerlee. l' I

10:55:
debt Freeh Meats,
rhmsee _
Evening Worship 7 P.M.
farm bnprvsaate. mew ......... t- Bible Vegetabtei. Cold Drink. EaseotUl -
Reading Tuesday *"v*>
doe Items '
?* rackhes and Install trrigattesb ,
S nlng at the church
4'aht W
appreciate patronag
b your
S ....". pvreaas *, a fan, grove er raaek Choir Rehearsals Wednesday I I
r H11* men *II'*. and Thursday evening Mr. and MnPTkkNn.. BHtesi 1
'lit,&1.1."U 4 BAKapi'' LOU Ia4a for the farm .....rprtae.Iq For large or small' Visitors always welcome. "

& ADVANTAGES 'r radio .
jobs
concrete
I. ,-...., re. our '
P..ta. a I'I

I. terms <-. to I' ,.an). controlled trucks will .

1IIIt PtsIdtble, 1117)).lerrle (..ntI, agriealtar .aelud 1J Elite Cafe and Grocery I'
deliver needs
:: PuU wWI.... your quick. NEW LOCATION :
pe i
1-Ilnw of ked ppsseppli familiar w Neel egg ly and efficiently : Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets i.l d

I. i
eao fy .g Horn Cooked Food Sandwiches Cold Drink*. Candles, '. ; '
.. I. aenIee te rN pteaes write or pli es
kt. Cookie and Ice Cream
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IIIII'. ,r DOTLK E. ABBOTT A'st Mgr. Exclusive ',,..;.'
Atmosphere iT 'I.' :
Federal Land Bank Association Don't Service with a smile '. : it''
forget to
purchase a, Clewiston News

......1 7450551 of Bradenton Call YUkon 211411 Haiti St-Clewiston YUkon 276511' ;

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S THIS CLEWISTON NEWS Cewlitoo. Florid of the 1S23 treaty of cession had tone AM radio :and DewAMJI'M shift lever. A

'Thursday September 24. 1964 original Indian title to almost! And Low radio designed to IDle oust hotel 11III-
1965 Look Is Long I live improved performance
aU the State lands of Florida.that now comprisethe Chrysler and better sensitivity. New able with bucket buck tt -ta Lark,

A steering column-mounted leat ID4
Indian affairs commissioner clarifies The case was ordered to proceed automatic transmit s 1 0 n tWO-door sole option for the Ne,,11III-
for determination of ((1) hordtop
I I the net acreage of the lands r
ceded under the 1823 treaty ex-
''i. status of Seminole land claim case cept for the reservation lands

the value of the lands as of Sep-
tl''i' Commissioner of Indian Affairs now pending before the Indian tember 18. 1823. and the amountof Used Trailers WantedWe
t Philteo Nash Issued the Claims Commission for additional consideration paid undertreaty
following statement summarizing payment from Federal ; ((2) the acreages of the
: : the status of the Seminole Government for lands once held reservation lands and the valueas w tti1
1'1 ;i Indian lands claims case which by the Indians of Florida. of May >, 1932, and the have complete line of furniture
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f .1 Is pending before the Indian "Two claims were filed with amount of consideration paid fit
I Calms Commission. The text of the Claims Commission, one by under the treaty; and ((3)) the a r appliances to trade for
I "f. trailers.
\ the statement follows; the Seminoles of Florida ((1950) amount of credits or deductionsto ,
IJ "In response to many queries and one by the Seminoles of which! the United States may
i f\,\; from the press and from individual Oklahoma ((1951)) as successors be entitled.
I t, a citizens, and in order to of the Seminole Nation. (Seminole "In view of the many steps BELLE GLADE MOBILE HOMES Inc.
S f1"' halt further spread of unsubstantiated Is a name given to the Indiana yet to be taken in the case ,
: f. living in Florida at the most time consuming among
I; rumors the following 249 W Canal St. (
4 status report is submitted turn of the 19th Century consisting which is the gathering of documentary next to Kwik-Chek)
I ''I concerning the lands claims of Indian immigrants evidence of the actual Belle
chiefly Creeks of the Hitchiti- acreages and value of the lands Glade Phone
of Seminole Indians
the 9966620YOUR
case .
,i ,' and Muskogee-tpeaking stock in question-It cannot be indicated Chrysler can for 1965 are completely mechanisms, ignition systems and electrical

j with an admixture of remnant with any degree of can new automobiles with a longer wheelbase, components designed to extend reliabilityand

.j'f'i.,' Posters promote Florida prehistoric aborigines) tainty how much more time increased interior room, more powerful engines provide quiet, trouble-free operation.
'W The claims of the two present may elapse before final decision and improved riding comfort. Long Among the fresh styling features are extra
i .' better breakfasts Seminole groups have now been is possible. As the cast now and low, the 1965 Chrysler line consists of side windows in the New Yorker and New-
consolidated Inasmuch stands, all Issues on titles
as they 17 models in three series-New Yorker the four-door Town Sedans both new
f. p September is'Breakfast were Identical claims for "re- boundaries, acreages and land port ,
t Month" and Mrs. Joanne Jack covery of the value of a parcelof values must be determined be- Sports 300 including the 300L, and the i models for 1965, giving them a total of six

,, r;. executive director of the Dairy land being all of the present fore there could be any Indication Newport This is the New Yorker two-door side windows. The 5-year or 50,000-mile I 1 I
; '; ;) Council of South Florida, visited State of Florida excepting three of possible amount of recovery. hardtop. All engines in the new Chryslercars warranty on engine and drive train components FURNITURE can I loo'LIRENEWA6AI1 '
local l schools this week withmaterials ."
enclaves.
(The three excluded .
better have refinements in carburetor control is continued on the 1965 Chrysler.
t : to promote areas were known as the Plcol-
i'' ';'; breakfast ata Purchase on the northern Herring promotedby I I

i Atlantic Coast, the Forbes Purchase The 300 sport series cars are
on the upper Gulf Coast, Patrol in available a* two-door and four-
Highway Power length
from Apalache Bay to Apalachicola door hardtops and as a convertible -
Bay. and the Pensacola Trooper' Edward L. "Buddie" The 300L la available asa
I Purchase on the northwestern two-door hardtop or convertible
Herring of Clewlston has been WITH EXPERT
Gulf Coast, all consisting of UPHOLSTERYJohnny's
promoted to Corporal by the
lands sold by Spain prior to Florida Highway Patrol effective new Chryslers/ The New Yorker aerie, the
'i U.S. accession of FlorIda.) October 8. luxury leader of the line Includes
"The case is based the
on two-door hardtop
new
a
Trooper Herring has been on
,; cession to the US. by the SemInoles the patrol for a little over nine Chrysler cars for 1965 are ler's share of the bit car mar- a town sedan a four-door hardtop
I ter.. under the Treaty of 1823 years and has been stationed completely new automobiles ket which continues to be a and two-seat and three-seat
a ;to sM of which about 32.000000 acres for in Wlldwood for the last three with a longer wheelbase. Increased strong and important segment station wagons Seat CoversFree
received
they 4 million
years. The promotion will also interior room, more of the industry." Eight major Improvement
reserve acres 6.000 dollars bring a transfer to Brooksville powerful engines and improved The new Chrysler will go on designed to offer greater convenience
worth of
livestock and farm implements where he will assist in the supervision riding comfortThe sale in dealerships tomorrow for Chrysler owners
f fI and 5,000 dollars per of 19 troopers presently 1965 Chrysler is all new September 25. !in 1965 are: Pick-up and DeliveryFree
year for 20 years; and also upon working out of that station.; in its metal sculpture. Added to The new Chrysler look is long A new parallel blade windshield -
coy the cession of the reserve The new corporal visited relatives the line are three-new entries: and low. The lower part of the wiper and washer Estimates YU 3.3271
lands
I under a later treaty made and friends in Qewiston a Newport four-door Town Sedan body has a long, gently arching system which provides a
.r in 1832 in exchange! for lands in last weekend. a New Yorker two-door shape. The Newport and 300 larger wiped area. Clewiston Florida
Oklahoma
territory hardtop and a New Yorker two-door hardtops have convey A new heating and ventilating ,
Health education posters information "Hearings have continued Intermittently Town Sedan. These additions tible-type roof lines. All models system making use of

.," sheets and booklets for several years, Do have LIFE give Chrysler 17 models In have full-length fender lines, accentuating side cowl ventilators to
teachers and with deliberations
were requested by at one period you 1965. the Impression of supply fresh air by ram
: profeislonal health leaders to focusing on the motion of the
,
lowness and sleekness. pressure when the car !Is In
'" whom they were delivered Miccoiukee tribal groups to The 1965 Chrysler in three se-
\1' Among the new styling features motion.
Tr. The education Is a dismiss the of Oct. 4,1963?
claim in
program monetary ries New Yorker the Sports are extra fide! windows in An improved high capacity
/I'':. new service in this and other favor of restoration of title of 300. Including the 300L and the
the New Yorker and Newport air conditioning system fora
'1:1,::. counties which were recently the lands to the Indians, However Some 60 biology students at Newport-has a wheelbase of WS iOU
four-door Town Sedans, giving more rapid cool-down and -
.
/ added to Dairy Council's territory action on such a motion Clewlston High School need the 124 !Inches, an Increase of two them a total of) six Side win better distribution of cool .,.. \\\\\
;1 : 448 schools la 10 South Is outside the Jurisdiction of the October 4, 1963 issue of LIFE inches over 1964 models and dows. The two extra windows air. '\101t

I ;i : Florida counties have received Indian Claims Commission Magazine in connection with aa over-all length of 2182 are In the rear roof quarter New crank operated vent,
y these pamphlets and posters whose authority is confined to their study of the living cell. inches aa Increase of 2.9 panels, providing a distinctive window and optional 10101
i" Mrs Jack is on an eight-county granting monetary settlements. There are only S copies available inches. styling appeal. vent windows. power \ \\me '

I' tour meeting personally with "On May S, 1964, the Indian In the school library. If -The 1965 Chrysler; is the The new models have Increased An optional electric door ,\\ '
a school: and health people. Claims Commission handed any one has this issue and is most beautiful cat. we've ever interior \\\\\\\1 ?
larger locking which
system
r Better breakfasts should be down an interim opinion acknowledging willing to donate It to the library offered." said a company official. door openings and room bigger glass the locking olan four permits \\\

I In the offing for many schoolchildren that the Seminole it will be greatly appre "We expect the. 1965 models area. The sedans have 1.3 doors with two remote door 9".J\\\ .J
and other residents. Nation it existed the time \\ ,
!l as at ciated and well used. to further improve, .,.Chrys-.. Inches greater front headroomand locking push buttons inside .
-
I 1.5 inches greater rear seat the car or with a key from
: legroom the outside.
'I :,,f! :: ;:,* ',' Twenty-one exterior colors A new vacuumoperateddeck Tejo the tIme tet .

"' c. .) :/H '" art available In 1965.The new lid release, with the find ouf IUd how easy It Is.
;
f improved acrylic enamels feature control located in the glove
':t ?, IS standard and six extra box 1* optional.
11 ,:'r cost finishes. New colors In- A new transistor search
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elude Moss Cold, Sliver\ :Mist,.

Now .on display: the most beautiful Chrysler ever built. Metallic.Frost Turquoise and Mist Blue

t7 ,11' \.., To provide Improved performance
I II on regular grade gasoline
I a 383-cublc: inch engine with a -
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NO
I MONEY DOWN < "riMlr: IMM.'IfcrtF01T
91 to 1 compresilon ratio and I This Is Chrysler '65. The big one that And there's an improvement in ride two barrel carburetor is stand- WE FINANCE ass '_-'- wpr. _....10.anw.
I you in the Newport aeries, 100% ......__10 '
re- :
1 A' delivers. Luxury that reflects: your good can' really feel. i card. : the 381-cubic Inch'en IUILT ON YOUR LOT ;a.wa '::';.......iNIMuhnd

', glue used la 1964
11'; It taste, for one thing. A fast answer to your One more point. A Chrysler Isn't all i high performance 3S3-cublo Newport: Inch A costHIGO

,./ t' demands, for another. that expensive. Seven Newport models:" v lour-barrelllremIum fuel engine .' ...
Is available in the Newport.
i V JI Look at It. Clean-lined. Big. Beautiare! actually priced just a few dollars a 1 ." The 300 series again has a Contact r Jim Wa/1erlfl"r-
me
r' ...: ful. Eighteen feet of comfort Two tons month more than some of the ,most 383-cuble: Inch engine with a todayl
four-barrel
,carburetor and
a
j .
I'' of security.''Called Chrysler. popular smaller cars. '" compression of 10 to 1, using .w..reaa'ire.la-. ,.h,-a h.... I .JIM..-WAlTH..-COIPOIATION.---..... I

: It's easier to into and out of. Visit Chrysler dealer and see' premium fuel. The New Yorkers Abner H. -...-
1 get your have a refined version of I ::- -- I

i 'I 1 There's lotsof, headroom, and legroom them all:, economical Newport; sports ; ,l|the til-cubic inch engine which Vann """"---
1jI I|improves -
car performance.The
and hlproom. bred 300; and the luxurious New Yorker; i ic !, 300L has a high perform- Ph. I ,OJ.".<;.... ..._ I

jI.1 c Get in and drive it The first thing Move up to Chrysler. Model 1965. The 1,',Inch see with version a special of the camshaft 413-cuble YU 2-5971 t tin ..HIEUI'L&.I' a L.:-Nw..r"Y:'.::.::::'.:,...::';,..'.-..-_--.----- I

I I I I J youll notice is best described as'scorch." man who sells them will make it easy. and dual exhauiti. This engine n I cow-r.r.rr....r.ra y I
Mi WK M15I
-la also optional In the New ===___=.J
Model automobile.
j 1965 Is a quick'
A
very : 'CHKVKMDmSX)* [ CHRYSLER I Yorker and 300 series. STATE_ FARM .

Wr MOTOM oowownMI 'j All engines have refinements .Llltl....Office 5Ieei. .......IllIoooIt __

I ,I. 1 ,, lfc...to, lob Hop wd the Chrysler Theses, Mdiy wwilnsil NCAA foothill, UlunUy iftwnooiuf ml .DM. World hrta-*U on NBC-TV. t In carburetor, ignition control systems mechanisms and .

: electrical components designed
I '
rto ,
"' : "; >, to extend reliability and provide "', ".
; ; '" .... .. .* quiet", trouble-free operation. .
: W'I.' M. f Jt. The 1985 Chrysler line con- ............. .,.,,,. 'f"r,
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1 '- ." lists of 17 models In three aeries I "
nine of the models avail- ; j:

'1'\11\ 'I.able with bucket a reclining seat and front optional passenger Vote. ; .' :e.
:
... front seat head rest*. ;
.. .
The volume' Newport
Drive Iti! economy

iJ ___ body types series-has two-door a full and range four-of and the choice ;'

_____ .door hardtops, sedans and town is curseDon't
i ___ sedans, two-teat and three-seat
_

k ,e __I _________ station. wagons and a convertible. '":' i.1.\,. ,.



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'I >t Now Yo* f 4-Doo HwftofBeck Vote. '

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Friday night, children of all t :..1.01
I J 'aizts' were slipping\ under the .. \"".. ,,' .- -10; ", ,,,:,;..,
k" cable and Inching towards the --
sidelines to get a better view. :" "wJ; :;y .
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,, u At least once several hundred -. ; :, -I\
.
.' of and
,pounds Tiger Devil rolled
out of bounds and several ,
: Register.
"I': ; children narrowly escaped InJury. -
; Children paying half .
hearted attention to the game
did not notice the mess of play
'I,1 ers approaching. or you have no choice!

,; .. A good place to place the responsibility -
I is with the parents -

J: tI, Motors Highway & itoSts. ,"enforcement"

!! where else. --

Fla. An opUmlstle Tiger fan Spec contributed,
u a public BEABDStEYPae
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"Dedicated, to the advancement of Ilendry County' and America's Sweetest Town I


VOLUME 37 NUMBER 39 CLSWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 845.8. P,M. Subscription $4.00 year I




Farm revenue up 30% this year What state accreditation means ", I I IConsiderable


Florida farmer, ,rowers and 'Sales of Florida livestock
ranchers received $642392000 :and products, including cattle, schools rated
where
during the first five months of dairy products, hogs, poultry and our are
DODGE CORONET-For 1965 gb00 convertible an entirely new lin. of cars called products and such miscellaneous: items
Coronet The welUlyled Coronet shown here, is ODe of 17 models as honey and beeswax, came to concern has Level one standards are tile courses in the curriculum. This '\
!he ." the Dew line. The Coronet" can hay a 117-inch wheelbase and an overall tent a whopping SO per cent Increate $98,m,000, a two per cent gain been felt over the Dew state basic essentials that are Indispensable will be remedied this year at
jyof 204 inches. They will go on display at Dodge dealerships en September 25. over the same period in compared with a one per cent rating of schools in Hendry to any school program. these two schools.:
1963 compared with a one per drop nationwide. county, which gave a "fully ac Level two standards are those There is no possibility of
cent national gain Ute Florid "The Florida gain in total credited" rating to only ODe Items and services necessary to Harlem Academy becoming fully
Enodae i at adds new model engine State Chamber of Commerce sales is impressive but cannotbe school-the dewlston Elementary Insure quality education accredited: until a general ( I
reported its Weekly BusinessReview accepted at face value. A School. Sine: both LaBell Level three standards are the shop course can be offered to
p, released yesterday. closer look at the figures shows and Clewlston High Schools had ideal elements that schools hope meet the requirement of three
"Fruits, vegetables, flowers that 1963 got off to a late start, Tated accreditation by the Southern vocational courses: offered in a
*.1865 Dadee Dart, extend- tioner provides cooling cf fresh low the window on the sporty and field crops grown In Florida agriculturally, therefore the cur- Association of Secondary for.These standards measure en- school.This
ill edition of "moors com- outside air and also combines GT series is I limited to three sold at farm level for 1543- rent year's figures have aa unnatural Schools and Colleges in recent ivy item or service that has any high
car for the dollar !inn heating and cooling the same simulated exhaust ports, stainless 611,000, up 37 per cent compared advantage. Another factor years, the news of the state rating effect upon the quality of education is a picture of the status
I d! s Jower-priced twc-door unit steel moldings around the with a national Increase Is that the gala in livestock was surprising and not saw To illustrate: the variety of the county schools under the
a higher performance This compact system Is packaged wheel openings and Dame letters of 4 per cent. and products: though small. Is derstood. of items evaluated. Includes car state standards.The .
ea&Dt! and an optional bunt- behind instrument pan at the rear due partly to the cutting of Supervisor John A. Coins has tification of personnel, course of Southern Association of
fir cocditJoner providing both el. Removal from the passenger An option on the Dart QT herds because of low prices. A prepared for the NEWS a statement study for every subject offered, Secondary Schools and Colleges ;
tug and cooling.for11965 compartment of all componentsthat hardtop provides a landautyperoof and four-speed manual transmissions third factor is the continual concerning the state's class size, number of books in also has a method of determining
wheelbase could be relocated provides by covering the forward both have floor-mount' gain In expenses of operating new accreditation standards, the library, proper lighting, the accreditation status of
odell present a lower improved foot and legroom section, which is set off by two ed levers and Indicator farms. which explains the action, and sanitation, fire escapes, length schools that are members of this
appealanCl', achieved for the front seat occupants bright horizontal moldings, with Modifications! have been madeIn the present rating of Qewlston of school day, vented heating agency. The Southern Association
"On balance Income from
&f the entire front end either black or white vinyL the spark plugs, alternatorsand and LaBell High Schools as system, transportation, courses uses the same Informationon
jndeiignlng the rear end Basic exterior dimensions of A new paint finish previously starting motors to give thema crops has achieved a somewhat "accredited with limited de required for graduation, audiovisual ) the state report plus additional -
r ZO six-cyUnder and V-8 Dodge's compact Dart, for the used only on more expensive longer service life, and a new firmer position In Florida, ficiencies". equipment assembly, items, as "minimum salaries r'
1"Wisreoflered in three se- third consecutive year, are 196 cars If offered in IS colors. An plastic cover protects: the battery through May of this year, white In '1963 tile State Board of programs, etc. certification of the county:
Dirt (formerly Dart 170)), Inches' In over-all length, 70 acrylic enamel, Its luster can against terminal corrosionor livestock and products sales Education adopted the present One Hendry County School superintendent amount of money
"
: ZTO/ and Dart CT They' Inches in width and 54 inches In be easily restored by buffing If loss of capacity are In a less fortunate position. Accreditation Standards for was fully accredIted at the beginning spent for library books, etc.
la make their! public debut in height The four station wagons neglect causes a dulling film. Florida Schools These standards of this school ;year. This Clewlston and LaBelle are In
>I Dodge dealerships tomor- all six-passenger four-door For the interior, blue, tan have the same fore as was the Oewlston Elementary danger of being dropped from ,
(Sept 8>, the same day models likewise retain the turquoise and red are color any state board regulation The which had the following percentages the accreditation list because "
[grip 1965 Coronet, polara same measurements and again choices In the Dart{ and Dart 270 purpose of the new standards ; the schools have repeatedly
Colon\ 880 lines, provide 68 cubic feet of cargo series for both cloth-and-vlnyl to provide a better measure Level one-9879% been warned to remove Ute (invented -
uger and roomier than apace. and all-vinyl upholstery The ment of our public schools. This Level two-7825% gas heaters. One a
t of the other cars in theapict The'wider and lower look for Dart GT series again offers tsuppli should stimulate an improvement Level three-48Sl% school is dropped from membership -
class, the Dart will the 1965 Dart is produced at the blue, tan red and black plusa Sll ; In cur school system and Daniels School was accredited in this organization It
Jibe the !best! buy In the com front by a full.width, horizontal- new whlte-wlth-old color al' provide the citizens of each community with limited deficiencieswith : requires a lot of time, energy
et mirtet Byron J, Nichols barred grille, an aluminum scheme. ; with a valid picture of a score of: and money to have a visiting
-odd general manager, said border framing both the grille The Instrument panel top Is the status of their local school Level one-9668% delegation evaluate the school
lite Des hardtop powered and single headlights, and a covered by a dark suede-Ilk Schools are classified as one Level two-6509 and make its recommendation.
life by s six-cylinder or vj deeper-than-usual bumper. finish to cut down on windshield 1 of tile following: Level three28.18 Even though a school may
rounds out the Dart 270 The big oval-shaped tail lights reflections, and all other InterIor ((1)) Fully accredited. The other schools were "ac achieve a fully accredited: ratIng -
i lineup. Compact hardtop are split half in the rear panel painted surfaces are a medium ((2)) Accredited with limited credited warned" at the begin this does not mean that the
previously have been half in the trunk lid face- /gloss paint r. deficiencies. sing of tile :year, but after an school is perfect. This merely
bit only In the' top-of-the- with the outer halves also serving Dart CT models are outfitted ? CMm ((3)) Accredited, warned analysis of their evaluation report means that certain minimum '
GT Krieilite as atop lights and turn signals with individual front bucket (4)( ) Non-accredited by a visiting state consultant standards have been meL
high performance engine, seats which have six-way manual o at To be fully accredited in 1964 enough changes have been Clewlston Elementary is a
oclusive In the Dart line, isItarttrrel Each of the series has its own adjustment devices a school must have met the following made to raise the rating of La- good illustration of this point ;
& carburetor version distinguishing exterior ornamentation The automatic shift control minimum percentages: B 11 a and dewlston High. At present there is insufficient
I At standard 273-cunlc-lnch but all three have lever on the Dart and Dart 270 Level one standards% Schools to "accredited with Urn. classroom space for the present
|l ud U rated at 231 horse"ftr rolled stainless drip rail covers series is mounted on the steerIng Level two standards% lied deficiencies", Th main obstacle enrollment This is also true of '
and back window moldings extending column along with an illuminated Level three standards-40% to becoming fully accredited classroom facilities Clewls.
|Tribe first time In the Dart along the tops of the gear position indicator. (In the future the percent of Is the lack of a sufficient ton High School: and Harlem
r bctorjr Installed air condi rear.,side. .panels Side trim be- On the Dart GT, the automatic levels will be raised) number of vocational Academy ',," '
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jr Ted THE!: CLEWlsrON NEWS dewUton. Florida station wagons In both the 550 Sugarettes
Thursday, September 24. 1964 All-New 1965 Ramblers UnveiledThe and 160 aeries, a four-door sedan

_____ four-door station wagon, two-
door hardtop and a convertible IVFIT
In the T70 aeries, and a T70-H

American Motors two-door hardtop. + I II II Irx
Ten models are offered In the I
II American line with two-door
sedans, four-door sedans and

1 Ii" has 3 new lines four-door 220 and 330 station series wagons, a four-door in the

sedan two-door hardtop and a r
American Motor. has announced gine Include six-cylinder 128- %.4 11y two-door convertible In the 440
J three distinctively different horsepower, MS-horsepower and two-door
H
440
series, and a -
: lines of 1965 Rambler US-horsepower Torque Command -
j _\ ear with the widest selectionof 198-borsepower V-t and hardtop New "Lustre-Card" acrylic
.
270-horsepower VI.Amba..dor
model and performance enamels of superior hardness
the 8 models, in- I
I choice ever offered by
four-door r will be used on all lines for
and
company. eluding two 14 solid colors and '44
1 1965 with
; Each of the three lines-Ambassador. sedans four-door station wagon IIIM11..1/
.combinations available
{ two tone
Classic and American *, convertible and two-door
plus tight: special two-
wheelbaseand hardtop Engines include six-
-1* on a separate models.
cylinder lU-horaepower Torque tones for top-line
each his its own strong
: "curbstone" identity. Command 196-horsepower r
"With new powerplant choice V-8 and 270-horsepower V-8.
and the addition of convertible The '*5 Ambassador longer Vets Info Service
models to the Ambassador and and more luxurious, features all Rambler Ambassador la the longest and most soatat grille separated by vertical dividing strips E. VELTRE Carlette Thomas, Sandr. BelL Evelyn Birun, g
FLANK
Classic lines, we will have the new exterior and Interior styling luxurious of three distinctively different line ofAmerican duel vertical headlights and ull-heiht! vertical By Service Officer Jane Miller and Joanna
'I i broadest model lineup In the The wbeelbase baa been Motor cars for 1965. Over-all length taillights Shown Is the Ambassador 990 four County Wood
history of American Motors," a Increased four Inches to 116 has been Increased l 10 Inches on model other door sedan Other Ambassador models include "BURIAL IN NATIONAL
live 4661 Martingale rd,
I. company official said "and. for inches The top volume Classic, than station wagons and a convertible baa been two-door sedans station wagons hardtop and CEMETERIES" Jacksonville.at He Is a 1854 grad New books
I the first time each line will offer which retain a 112 Inch wheelbase added to the Ambassador line for the fint time.Ambasiador the...convertible The Ambanador horsepower sate of Qewlstoa High School plao
full of bod.tJ1e.." also is allo ew In appear- Melvin T. Dixon the directorof
a range 29 styling is all-new with a bold hori- range la from the new 155 """ to the 270 V-S. the Florida Department of and is a 1958 graduate of Florida
In summary, there are ance. in public
j model and seven engines offered Styling of the Amerlc.n.wbleb Veterans Affairs said today State University- In Talla library
most Classic model was designed on Americans in addition to convertibles to the Ambassadorand hassee.JACKS.
In the three Rambler line recorded a sales gain of that no grave sites may be assigned Tent Fiction:
to enlarge the trunk other line, optional front disc Classic lines and new 880
: for 1965. They include more than 40 per cent duringthe to living veterans for The Time of TriaU-But.;
American-10 models Including part model year after undergoing area." brake on Classic and Ambassadors model in the Ambassador line burial?In Arlington National Two tomwj-ctv
\ two and four-door sedans, a complete body Coupe laid all of Rambler' and elimination of the up.In Cemetery, or any other National ON VILLE.NC, A Kiss Is for KeepUa
t four-door station wagons, convertible change, has been tastefully refined long-life and safety feature 1.000 mile engine on and oil 1964 Rambler offered 25 Cemetery In advance of Immediate (J1.TNCI-M.rIne) Lance CON To Catch a Sey-WaVta
l and twodoor hardtop The American wheelbase such at advanced unit construction filter change and new car Inspection. model requirements. poral Richard B. Hornsby, son The Black Spaniel abto
Engine Include fix-cylinder s0I of 106 Inches Is unchanged. ceramic-armored exhaust "Weather-Eye"' heaters The Ambassador lineup Include Applications may only be_ of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hornsby Cavanna
I horsepower L-head, 125-horse- "We have Increased the overall system and double safety brake will be standard equipment two-door sedans, four- made at time of death of the of 421 West Ventura, dewiston, School Purse-DowBla.
1 power overhead valve and 155- length of the Ambassadorand have been carried over to the throughout the Rambler lines door sedan, four-door station veteran, or that of his eligible rla.. was recently! promoted Sulcy-Swansoa
horsepower Torque Command Classic lines but none of 1965 models, and are augmented The 1965 Rambler go on sale wagons, two-door hardtop and dependent while serving with Marine Medium Adult Fiction:
CIa.slc-ll models, includingtwo the increase is In the nature of by many new feature for today. ? the all-new 990! convertible for Dixon said If the wife is Helicopter, Squadron 261 at The Siege! of Hjrleia-ia
and four-door sedans, four wasteful overhang," the company Improved' operating economy' A total of 29 model are of a total of eight model burled first the veteran must the Marine Corps,Air Facility JulianVldalThe
I door station wagons, convertibles spokesman said. "A five and durability,-including alternator fered In the three Rambler line The Classic line Includes 11 sign an agreement that upon Jacksonville UC a -BurdlckThe
and two-door hardtop En inch Increase in the length of a* standard equipment for 196S with the addition of models with two-door sedans, his death he win be burled In Big Knlves-UiKiiu
:t the same grave. The same Is His promotion was based on On her Majestjr'i Secw
true when the veteran dies first his 'time In rank and service, Ice-Fleming
The grave Is dug deep enough his military appearance and
t 65's Most Sweeping Changes- to accommodate both the veteran his knowledge subjects.The of selected military VERY DIFFERENT

and his wife, providing she Profeisor: "Ten lilt tbt
Informs the superintendent of squadron uses a.tactic pertles of iodine
RAMBLERANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS the National Cemetery that she known as "vertical envelop. Student: "But I studied
t desires to be buried in the same ment" which Is the flying of mine."
grave. combat ready Marines over and "Very' different from flu

New! 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 Different Wheelbases. New!, 7 Spectacular Engines. case Dixon where said the he wife had refused a local to behind enemy lines. iodjie.; "

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will be removed to another
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Rental In in terior temperature A Thursday. September 34, 1984
Design Pontiac passengercan
accomodatlona bouse 6J.857: units. down 7"%' concept new
2 e D both tourilta and dial ihe desired tempers-
rida r Incrtued 13 per Wket No Twit lure and the automatic control
,.sideDIl have during th. put A traffic: expert has slid that Pontiac: Motor Division offers prevails again In 1961. pearance more comfort and increased win maintain this Interior tem- to the passengers offered to aU Pontiac station
ce llD Dumber J'Iorlcia State U all the cars In the nation a completely new concept In au- The Catalina models the laftty AU have a new perature regardless of outside A vinyl coated fabric roof wagon customers a rear window 4
jean \hI' says were placed end to end some tomotlve design and styling In Grand Prix sports coupe and tempered glass rear window to conditions The system Itself is covering available on all Fon- deflector designed to keep t I
()Jmber of Comnwrce for 1.U3 fool would pull out and try to their 1965 models all station wagons have WInch *, ,; provide the ultimate in visibilityand all new and features 20 per tlac station wagons and a roof the rear window as clean, a* :
goinliuP accounted apartment.. 117.m pass them. The Catalina. Star Chief and wheelbase while the Star i durability The window cent more cooling air available luggage carrier Is optional. Also possible I
1' BonnevUle models all present Chief and BonnevBle models does not need to be removedand I.I I..
an appealing silhouette as they measure 124 inches (except the may bs lowered readily:
are longer, lower and wider on BonnevUle Safari) with the top. I
the exterior and contain more The overall length of the Catalina I
One of the most exciting models -
.A room and luxurious furnishings and Grand Prix has been
I is the I plus t. Available In
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Increased to 2146 inches and J "
The combination of styling excellence the Star Chief and Bonneville Catalina sports coupe and convertible
models, the 2 plus I has
and outstanding per- models are 221.7 inches )long Banquets .
formance, which has vaulted All Safari models measure UT' come Into its own in 1863 ,, ,
1 b Pontiac into one of the front Inches The 2 plus t Includes bucket ',. .,. ,
0'.> ?seats, exclusive Morroklde trim, 1"/
runners in automobile sales. The high selling Catalina series '
models body paint stripes Just below"'the Club Meetings k / .,
is available in seven fender peak extending : r
two and four-door sedans,. upper 'l' : :
the full length of the car, 3 \ *. ; ,: :
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two hardtop .
growinga and Pontiac's ':
plus 2 emblems "'
and nine-passenger station wagons high performance 421 cubic inch PartiesAnniversaries \ : \ .1 .' : ";' j j'h ,i
relaxing hobby and a convertible: i:. engine with four-barrel carbure- Birthday /t :: \ ,.
a The Star Chief series offers a tion. a three-speed synchromesh 'J S SI
"Iii ee four-door hardtop and a four- .
Orchid growing is a relaxinghobby transmission with floor shift
E. S. Thomasson, Hen- door sedan and "
and a dual exhaust system I
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told Rotarians at their luncheon between a sports coupe a four front fender located to the rear ..
meeting Ted Gallo who Introduced door hardtop a sixpassengerstation of the front wheel opening "
the speaker said Thom- wagon and a convertible The beauty and luxury of the Tea Parties '. My
asson had been raising orchids Pontiac Interiors are highlighted ?
as a hobby for 30 years Pontiac's award winning by new colors, new Instrument
Thomasion said orchids were sports coupe, the Grand Prix, 1s panels and new interior .:
rare and a fairly expensive In the luxury car field appointments Thirteen of Par And that Special event -, '
plant until about 15 years ago. E. M Estes. general managerof tlac's fifteen exterior colors are
Now so many people are raising Pontiac: said, "every 1965 new for 196S and they are color
\t, them that they are no longer model is a newly-inspired Pontiac keyed to all the interior trim M ,

considered rare Orchid .creation containing performance materials The facilities of the Inn will help make the occasion M.
growers learn many traits he styling and luxury An Instrument panel of aU more
said, in cultivating their hobby. features never before offeredin new design features a luxurious.... > 'ar'' _eemorable' "' f "" *
One of the traits is patience. the middle price range". leather grained texture highlighted rn by relieving the host of 'the burdens ,
Orchid growing Is a slow process AU the body styles are completely in chrome -
and anyone who enters new. They all have the Interior hardware Is of all of preparation and worry.
the field will of necessity. be a obvious appearance advantagesof new safety design
patient Individual curved glass which allows The Bonneville series Includes: t
Pointing to a white orchid, the upper structure to better Integrate the Brougham Interior option, -.: .
4 one of several he brought to display with the lower as part offered in three colors blue Whether for a complete meal, a cake or hors d'oeuvres, '
tr i, the speaker said it required of the overall car design, and charcoal, gold: and plum. Folding
four generations (which also makes possible a more efficient center arm rests are In both the Inn helps everyone enjoy;: the occasion v yt'
about 30 ) ,
are years to produce use of space front and rear seats -"
that white orchid. The orchid A Pontiac exclusive for 196S Pontiac: offers a wide rangeof
Is the only known plant which is the articulated windshield performance-proven V4 engines
will cross-pollinate Itself. wiper which gives a greater and synchromesh or automatic
Thomasson displayed several sweep higher speeds than ever transmission combinations : '.
fluysonthe varieties and types of orchid before. It Is standard except: on Engineering refinements ,-PLAN NOW-
plants In bloom and a milk bottle the Catalina which offers it as are evident In the WJ engines
In which he had planted an option. which range in horsepower from
seed and in which 2S5 plants Custom detailing In many '256 to 376 horsepower. In addition I
are now growing areas has been introduced on to the three and four speed
President L. G. Vaughan presided the new models Wheel openIng -',_.synchromesh transmls s Ion s,
at the meeting and ex- moldings stainless steel ]0 Pontiac offers a new Turbo
tended greetings to several visitors body guard side moldings! and Hydra-Matle transmission for THE GLEWISTON INN :
OO icl oomilk : Major Sherwood Hall. R ., sparkling new chrome die cast "+i96J It Is optional in all Pontiac
L. Pape, Charlie Ballon and to front and rear, end treatmentsare models. ,
Bill Henry who is home froman aU featured In 196S Large Pontiac accessories: for 1963 '
extended vacation. Henry wrap-around bumpers are sealed provide improved comfort and Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2-3501
presented the club with a Rotary to longer and more dominant added convenience. Automatic:
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flag from upper New York front end sheet metal. temperature control Is a new : I
State,' which ho received as a Improvements in the Pontiac option on the regular air conditioning :

MOT council or SOUTH rtomeA ISM visitor during the summer convertibles mean better ap system, which provldea ,

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-the silkiest, swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you over touched a toe 10j; eager new Trophy V-8 .r r

Renew Color ot power; new steering agility; surer-footed Wide-Track ride.And a new Pontiac Tempest that's become even : :

STAINED' AND SCARRED SINKS, TUBS, TILE ., mori of a Pontiac with new style, new length and Pontlac-qulck reflexes to match. You never knew carecould i i

WALLS BATHROOMS, APPLIANCES, KITCHENS.AND ETC.FIXTURES., SPARKLE MAKE! ,t be $o beautiful, and so keenly alert to your touch. This Is your year to drive a 'WldaTrackqulckl5 "I I I1

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APPLIANCES AND TILES EASILY AND .r |Intention of getting by on looks alone though it could. So there. new quickness Pontiac style, A
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LJ" WHITE e YELLOW e FM e TWQUOISC looks ,lake g Pontiac M you can .... Rides (like Pontiac on Wide-Track. Goes like a Pontiac| too. .
140-hp six is standard. Or you can get a..quick. V-8. up to 285 hp.You'U wonder how we can keep the l
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horsepower from 140 to COO and Page Twelve THE CLEWISTON
incorporating a number of engine Thursday NEWS ru Ut00-,
New Chevroletsin fr..,./- tAe ".... /fwrlW*- improvements. Four transmission September 24, 1961 l1ar1
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Sleek New Corsa in '65 Corvair Line there 1 1.teemss.CORVAIRChevrolet's a total choice of 16 sports car offer another pacesetting ed and In first ,i.
power development for "
wide variety 1965- condition *
popu disc brakes on an four wheels
c lar a mil 1. sports-type car as standard equipment.
Chevrolet takes Its longest brakes as standard equipment. make the first major styling Two Sting Ray models a
I stride Into the fine car field Among approximately 400 accessories change since its Introduction in convertible and a sport-coupe: OBITUARIESMrs.
with Its 1965 passenger cars- and optional features the 1960 model year. again will be offered The highly
plus offering the widest variety available on 1965 Chevrolets Is For 1965, Corvalr is longer, maneuverable 98-Inch wheel-
of luxury models and product the first FM stereo system offered wider and lower while offering base 1a I continued Corvette' Bessie
Its by an auto maker. Another Increased engine power. It retains
features in 54-year history. overall length 1* 1751 Inches,
,'l j'+ On display In dealer showrooms is a telescoping steering its 108-Inch wheelbase plus width is 696 inches and sport M. McGowan
R today will be 45 models column to give greater driving the air-cooled, rear-mounted engine coupe height is U.' Inches
comfort for Corvairs and Corvettes. and frame integral body Mrs Bessie
Mildred
1 in five distinctive lines of new In styling, Corvette refine lid
I Chevrolets. Of these, 20 will be which make It unique among the aerodynamic design of Its win 54-year-old Feld
/ "sport models" convertiblesand With Its new models, Chevrolet American built cars. famed iteelreinforced fiberglass died in the hospital laT.
j I hardtop hopes this year to establishIts Corvalr's model lineup for body. The long, sloping hood ton Tuesday morning.
There art all-new cars in third successive Industry 1965emphastresInereaasdsportiness. has .been made smoother and She was a natlv of D*, .
sales mark, S. E. Knudsen and county and hid
two lines: general Pillar sedans there are distinctive vertical engine lived In rei
The REGULAR CHEVROLET manager, declared. the coupe have been dropped. air exhaust ducts mountedin for many years For till to
lone-time Industry sale "For 1965, Chevrolet Is keepIng The seven new models are either the fender behind the front three years she 1 has: ten*
leader, moves to a new prestige pace with the publics convertibles or two-and four- wheel Competition-type wheel bus driver for the school ha
,I, plateau with the greatest comfort growing preference for prestige y- -- door hardtop.. cover add to the Corvette' Immok- was a DlIIIII
and luxury ever offered. transportation with the widest The Corrmki for 19(5 step eat with a snarl lead.the 1K5 Corrair series,Mowed bjr t Ike Mama A new top-of-the-line series, sports flavor. of the Primitive Baptist Ck
The CORVAIR makes a possible customer choice of options U-MW conUnealal stylng. F. .the Iral. time aiate Sport c... Spot Sedaa Convertible and rw the Casa available in either For 1965, Corvette offer an of Immokalee. when spit
: dramatic advance with Its first and features to fit Individual Its Introdurtio* .la ISIS body EM eI Ckevrolett! SOD ...... 0. September 24 Chevrolet dealer. convertible or sport coupe-replaces additional 430 horsepower engine were held Saturday semi,
: : major styling change In five needs" he said rcw-ene'ne! car have bees CMnplrMr chaacedl The skips will display various models of tf. Ire paaaeager the Spyder models. The bringing its total engine Surviving Ira. McOnriT: ,
Car Srort Coupe (ibort) aid the Cwertibte offered the In 1HS.lower a son. John,
years. Following are highlights of can bj company turbocharged engine, available to five Via with a horsepowerrange of LaBtlle; &,,
f' ,. Customer approved design the five members of Chevrolet's only In Casa models, is In- from 250 to the fuel injection daughters, Mrs. Helen It
with significant styling refine "family" for 1965: Fifteen models in four series (to a sport ooupe height Floor tunnels are substantially creased from 150 to 180 horse equipped 375 horsepower grave, Mrs. Mary Rudd t'
meats Is continued for the REGULAR CHEVROLET stress a bigger car concept The of 541 inches: ) than 1964 models. smaller. The luggage compartment power. engine. Three transmissions are Mr. Ann Dyers of Otwino t
Chevelle. Chevy II and Corvette The top selling line is an entirely new Chevrolet Is longer by Interiors offer greater roominess has a flat floor for easier CHEVELLE Chevrolet's offered, giving a total of eight three brothers All, BaIrd i
lines. The Corvette also becomes new automobile for 1965. more than three )Inches (to 21X1 -three Inches more shoulder loading" newest car was a quick favorite power teams.Russian. .Pete Townsend all at Dan:;
the first American car It la the most luxurious car Inches), wider by 1- inches room plus increased, Six engines (one six and five with the motorist, recording Australia; five sisters, >it
pro v I d. four-wheel disc ever offered by Chevrolet. (Ito 796 Inches) and one inch: room, both front and rear. Vt's) are offered ranging in 300,000 sales in its first model Jesse Carraway. Mrs. Hu
year roulette Hull, Felda; Mrs Unit Xi
For 1965, the Chevelle line If dos, Georgia; Mrs Sara Bi
. Ii expanded to 12 models In four Florida workmen are playing field. Miami, and Mrs De:
series, including a new economy Russian roulette with electric: RidgdiU, LaBelle.
[ 1 note! the beautiful shapes for 'Gt series, the "300." The car will hand tools, the State Industrial Rev. Bob Smith offldatd .
continue Its 115-lnch: wheelbaae. Commission says. the services Saturday, whet i
It receives a longer, more There has been an upsurgein nephews served as pal !bet
graceful look by the addition of the number of deaths from ers; they were Jimmy Ru.
XT inches for an over-all lengthof low voltage electric shocks, John L. Hull Dallas TOWIKO,
t{ 196.6 inches ((2014 inches for with four men l killed within a David Townsend, J. t lot
j't : e station wagons). Width continues month-two in a single day. and Johnny Willis
ter at 7..' inches but some The regulatlcsrequlre that Interment was In the Wi.
t 1 models are more than an inch such tool be adequately and ChulaCemeItyblekgraveside
.' lower sport coupe height is safely wired, effectively ground services there
I I 528 Inches.:
If f f \ In styling, the 1965 Chevelle
I has a fresh front end design.
There is a new hood, grille and
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Sport models. The rear end features
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'65 0.wdd Impale Spore SalimtJllerrolei cover for sport coupe models.
I CHEVY II-New styling refinements
i and a wider rangeof InternalRevenue
/ ft' longer, lower, wider-with comforts tha&' l Instrument panel that' a conversation piece. la optional power is offered in

i ;. hare many an expensive: car wondering why it fact just about erwytliuig'e new right down to the Chevy II, entering its fourth ?

{ ...,.a w... V!!! dude think' of them first. More shoulder room, the road. And even that'll seem'newer because year who wants of attracting tasteful the motorist,
styling economy
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r. Chevy H will be available In
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Its 1829 Inch length (station -
insurance premiums. A good, reliable* insurance
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j ltd 61.1 inch width. The sport agency always will keep its clients Informed on

coupe height ia 54 Inches such matters.
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J Its greatest number of engine Ask us at any time: this Is just another d our

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V8 s). The horsepower range Is Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency
from 90 to 300 and there are
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