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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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V t e r a Eegbtratton at Clewlslon Friday, October Xto and Hall will keep his! office visit In the day aa possible, and V,

Ebdl.od McGee players of week County Snbofflee all day, register any In this area peat ti the eoorthooae at Mr. Hall wan be In the of- be will lean at five onle. ** r

Friday, Book cioce Sat 8 wine are not presently. LalMle until! I p.m. However floe at the Fair Groundsfrem there are these waiting wile 1
regtotered Friday i* the "n r day 'V ..... maui > pan. wish to redater. I
p.m. te veto fa the November voters may register .la dew* and will continue a* long a* Beok cleee Statewide at ,

1 general ejection. taton, The Democratic Executive there U anyone there to rep I p.m. ea Saturday, and will
ambush Seahawks Supervisor of Registration Saturday la the final day to However, he
Committee trade arrangement later urge everyone not reopen' until after the
figersrjth John L. Hall will oome to register before this election for Mr. lull's to some .In a* early election on\ November., 3rd. j


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sterling defense ''f The Clewiston News



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Sebring spite the tiger "flip-flop" offense -
y r without i miscue, completing

Friday e+ was 4 outstanding of six pass at attemptsand pass de "Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and Americcfs Sweetest Town"VOLUME

fense.

Ceviston Tigers used a3jrging { Clewiston plrjred 46 minutes : S7 NUMBER 40 CLEWJSTON; FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1848 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. 345.S, P.M. Subscription: $4.00 year ; ..

defense to defeat 4 of ball without a penalty of any I

berded; 6eacrest Seahawts type, and only In the final two _: if.ioI
al minutes as Bundy cleared his
e esstrotield, bench did the Tigers lose five t:

In completed yards as an eager lineman was !
was
d ne tie game from the j offside and five for delay of I \

? ? they march the game.The ;
y4 without giving up Tiger line, coached by

of the The Ernie Hill has improved daily
Ut P pee har<1 since the beginning of football r' w wr
iterdrVUg
Alberto Morrett startgood practice and Friday night,was v e

right end stopped their best effort to date,. accordIng -
deep into to Bundy. I
gated a pass
U Lne into the arms of The coach also praised the In- :

Dares for a touchdown. dividual efforts of Billy Davidson :;
missed the extra who contributed IS unassisted y
Bowden
fl blocks; Edwin Cato. for
IAill. the best defensive effort of his

\dec controlling the ban vlr- JOIN: McGEE football career; Donnle Yoder :

an of the first quarter who was in on every kickoff
rOewiston's second quarter and punt return tackle and almost -

It came after two short Sea- blocked two Seacrest

.k pant!. punts; Earle Forshee as a real
key in the victory is beginning
Kudj! Morrell's "south paw" sue' ,' -
tolled dead on the Delray to reach his capabilities; Alberto E {

MI i yard line, after which Morrell, as the largest '
te dabs at the Tiger defense ground gainer with 72 yards in -

!ted a lois of one yard. Sea- L 19 tries for a 38 average and ':

it attempted a punt which a ;e Henry Bowden who made more :

j partially blocked by Don- tackles than any' other playeron \

Toder, was held up by a a the team.
itle breeze and floated outbound Gary Hancock has been tickled -
on the Tiger 10 yard to fill-in for Injured McGee 'y

t good for nine yards.Oa and has shown up well In pray
DM !first! play from scrim- tice this week Bundy said. The

jt, Mandy handed off- tojtber Improved play by Sammy Lang, "
Alberto Morrell who coupled with Hancock's size )
r
tend Into the end-tone around will give the Tigers an additional -, SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE 'otVlLLE culture Doyle Conner right, as they were

jtt end without a hand touch- MaAdi t 60 pounds in the line for Friday FREEMAN visit Bryant Sugar Howe ef U.S. ed by H. T. Vaughn, left, president ef '

Urn. Bowden missed his night's game with Sebrlng Sugar Corporation during a brief stopover on Sugar Corp., and spokesman for the

and point after and the "TVti on Cane Field, Bundy con a Florida tour Mr. Freeman, eentet, was aeeompanled cane ladaaa" Approximately tOO
firm 124 lead at cluded. I
held a STATISTICS by Florida* Commissioner ef Agri were en hand to greet the Secretary, Staff& I
Jaa without a serious Sea- *
First downs 11
til drive Kit yard ruihlnf 190 114Yardi
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lie hometown Delray fans MANDY MORRELL pining10 SI

ti i few moments of Joy in the week"". After viewing the P.Punt..... I.1-"' l-ll 4-11 3 cent sugar, prke will destroy ; A;

II,
Finalised 18
third quarter ss the Seam game movies Bundy cited John :
i
received the kickoff and j
McGee and Mandy Morrell for
inhd to the Tiger 11 before
co-honors of the week.

sil ni !thi pushed baD on backward downs. The and McGee suffered a broken left market U. S. Sugar *

amt lads also made a do hand and win not see action fora Public says I

it aerial drive in the wan. couple of weeks, Bundy laid. ; I
I ntaittt! only to run out of -"Big John played superb lame Destruction of ,the domestic, baneaDped during the coming panted Freeman on his
an a about the 30 yard Une ea offense and defense and was sugar market was envisionedlast yew were proper legislation not" fig on to Miami wltt hk. ( f'il'

(Inch Joe Bundy was elated a thorn In the Seahawks side aIImight U forum week by Harry T. Vaughn, ,enactedAboutytbe. In his remarks ; ,
k be supreme team effort long.Mandy Si., president of U.S. Sugar, : first of the year. noted the advance that baa ;:: I II
a bund it hard to eliminate handled the ball flawlessly who told Secretary of Agriculture Vaughn* said'a"half million tons' made ,In Florida'since: ( : '

vm h selecting "player of throughout the game, de Orville Freeman and tome of sugar will have to. be stored Since-that date. ;he 'said, a I'j

(This newspaper Invites brief 200 area growers' that this unless] the administration! helps 'vey made by five leading I ,
pertinent statements from any would be the Inevitable result the cane grower*.''He said Louisiana versities bad shown that ) I ,

Interested voter expressing his should there be a drop iQ,price growers. estimated their ha* becomethe leading ;:"

reasons in support of the national to three cent a pound; crop at, from 740,000 to 800.000 the nation In ,., I I

Hunnicutt makes or state candidates. The Vaughn expressed his views ton. He.said the Florida crop come. '

same views win not be repeat during Freeman's visit to the'Bryant has never been estimated at Without mentioning I ,'I

ed, but the first received win sugar mill of the sugar more than 650,000 tons. In the Freeman said: "Some of I

be published as space permits. corporation. next three months, be said, congressmen do tot
county appraisal An must be brief.) Vaughn emphasized the precariousness some 242.200 tons will be pro- any controlled program 011I:1"t
of the sugar market duced. aid that his hands and c
.m board WHY AM FOE BARRY COLD- In remarks made prior to Introducing Florida Commissioner of Agriculture the president had been I;
of county commla- member to attend a meeting .
WATER FOR FRESIDENT
the 'who
secretary Doyle Conner accom- "a certain group of ;
"noted, In
a special meet-
I Fort Myers Thursday morning I by Raymond CftrlaOaa made a flying tour of the area "I only hope," he, said, !
i Jjwtar bm of evening, to employ'' concerning the Caloosahatcb.ee My little daughter came tome before proceeding to Miami to, we will be able to do f
Hunnicutt and As- river work. It also authorized
._ and asked: address before the
to make an annual so that agriculture will
k. mak* an appraisal J. B. Spratt, representativenominee chamber Y I

property in Hendry can to present the names of :: i)
w Bible vegetable growers. Among ,those .ccomp
I taxing law to pray and read the
purposes. The M. M. Prewltt W. B. Barren
sid had In school?" Vaughn put it bluntly, saying: the official party were: :
under advisement and C. W. Knecht as Hendry "If should drop JI) three dinner Gainesville ASC:
"wow from Hunnicutt I sat down and decided Just sugar speakerCongressman Williams, J
$53.M .- county members of the Water
from Howze vote was not enough. This cents a pound the domestic market man and Don Glib, ] i
and As- committee my
Conservation being "
would be destroyed. He ..
rector of the ASS '
American voter has a PauljO.
W.T50. the Rogersof
2JJ on the Job. organized by Senator Elmer year should do
said that Congress
aed u' the board meeting to Friday. sharp and clearly defined de the nth congressional district :
and choice. The decision we make -something about it without win be the featured speaker at
options to discus The board accepted the final
vain cud their November 3rd win determine lay. the annual dinner meeting of felda F
proposal tax roll prepared by Mrs. Lucille Vaughn said a number of mills i
'
Brea government the Clewiston
members of the Hun Small, assessor, showing a the direction our Chamber of Com
be hampered
would seriously
firm Including father and total assessable valuation of will take for many year to merce at, the Clewiston Inn,
in and offers I
unless Congress steps
W A. B. Sawyer The t22.131.t36. The county mUIage come. For the first time in 30 Wednesday, Oct T.
a remedy for the crisis that
Sum war not represent- (not including school and local year,. we have an 'effective op The congressman who livesIn :
) portunity to vote against the, 'exists. West Palm Beach win be Introduced spurs
ill drainage district minages isills. Freeman and his party were
'Ut. of placing more by T.
for continuation: Harry Vaughn
Increase of 2.51 attributable
,
toun fi rm wamSourr too one.loamy an to the power in the hands of federal about an hour late la arrivingat president, of the U.s. Sugar
largely expense
last Theirsday
the Bryant plant
There Is ..ws.tII.t
voted government And so the answer Corp. gathering
h '0teh, because Hunnlcutt against of the reappraisal. to my little daughter and to my following a lunc"ID" the Sun Oil Company
hel be higher three smaller children was to Lakeland sponsored by the Florida Hives It has tapped a .

his ton the other quotatom four of help organize Citizens for Gold- Cltru MutuaL His light tial oil field in the Felda I
corn. John scheduled land at',
helps to
plan was
esthim.. en.. Boy water In Hendry County and to the1'mfll The company has drilled i
the U.s.1'Sugar strip near
g
be that the Hun do all in my power to make 1 | '* well at Felda; midway ,
rain made It
but
,; heavy
LaBelle and Immokalee
37th
prevented a betel Barry Goldwater the president ( ,
proI. researchJohn to go on to the Pahokee I
necessary
sd mere ushusao. f cane of the United State of State Road 29 this summer
o airport. ,
did
personnel America, one of them has been :
The The secretary said that both I II
I Boy executive vice In terms ranging an the
theel neett he and ,the-president, were la "
from "promising" to
of the U.S. Corporation
president Sugar I
iaIng Teachyour children favor of legislation .to protectthe .' I
wart In the City of here, i 1t helping to coordinate : sugar Industry ,but that\ gusher. ,
1 Now State' Geologist
alas weighed In Its efforts being made at :'certain factions ln
there were < II
O. Vernon In
Tallahassee
Louisiana State University to>> '
h der traffic safety that com
congress bad.otJber "a drill test Indicates
Oia 5CSons at the ,peel,'. develop a sugar cane harvesterthat 1111 ,, a I
be board authorized would remove both the troublesome thathe good show of oil. rm
men Vaughn told the group, "
and another board leaves along the stalk It will be a producerSun .
Belle Glade1 Sugar Cooperwtve I
On 1 1.1
demonstrating
.and the creea toes that are low e. ,
'
mm,
Haven
Alert the Moore
In .lUCroH. : Bo Kxfra confidence In the area by
erice
T11Iamall'Buar. South Florida
officerSSZiSSiSi log thousand of acre of
Boy Is a member of the Sugar, Okeelanta Sugar and his I II
dry'.nd Collier county I
American Sugar Cane League i
concern would be seriouslyWEATHER .
'eta own I
coining Committee which has assisted This week 2,640 acre Ite

b Co MilJe,. in securing a grant of 179,000 to two counties were added lo
lIa1atant state I areas to which the' I
oeh5 0IIIcer the research project of the university S PAUL ROGERS''
of
the I'Iorlda now bold oil rights.n
"mot from the U.S. Departbent '
,or Veterans J.!. of Agriculture. : Six new director wffl be A $100,000 pumping rig :,
.
h7a: fe ,
Clewiston placed over the more
elected
nosh on Professor, Harold T. Barr, at balloting during the '
or veIeraus, their head of the Department of Agricultural meeting, each to serve two well at Felon last month I '
ee dependents Temperature and rainfall condition pumping has not been
In this Engineering at the years. They win be selected yet
U seeardijcg for the past week: Maximum ed, Vernon said. Many oil
ya ntrterant Adfrorn.1G- university, said the presence of from 12 candidates who were
-wff be leave and tops la cane stalks and minimum temperatures. named 'at a primary election are of the belief that Sun
In had the held la AugustApproximately wants to get as much
been since
rocs a problem In
tt and h1I 'erv1ce. first Sept 24-85 and n as possible under lease H'I
: Gt machine harvester was
Cbre. WeatherCity 25and 74 ISO peopl are ,
. H. 11 pre. built In Bad Sept putting the Felda well Into
IfnS.Mo.t
..... CItua.
Mand 75 expected to
bOlPltallzation Sept. attend the affair 44 uction. f
- all4 training. faunwt ,' grower presently use Sept 27-91 and SS of them special guest of the Sun was the only bidder t I I :,I
'biL.'t,. the old method of piling the and 75 Clumber I 1
"'! Sept. 28-90 of Commerce. They Tallahassee on Tuesday I
t stalks between the rows and of ClewistonPolice Sept. 29-90 and.15 will comprise county and city 1 a a i n g the Helldry- : i \\1 1 N f!
The
' burning ,away the leaves. The rainfall on Sept. 24 was commission members, bead of acreage from the State i I
.1'.1'1
"Hi.... method I not satisfactory, however .32 Inches; Sept. 28 .It inches, other chamber., and their of the Internal I \

. lIIent was mad. because: of carbon and and Sept 29 .08 Inches. There wives. Fund.' The company I

6e. 4R eItrt. count11en1ce: other debris which must be removed of Department was no rainfall Sept 23 through Mope L. Bishop president of pay a bonus of $14400 plus I
In the crystallization)
the sugar. Sept 27. the chamber, win preside annual rental of $1,280 plus) .

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fage Two THE CLEW1STON NEWS Qewl.... Fla. Do thinkingVoters u '" / r National teacher amination era may take the faotl

Thursday October 1, 1964 your own yY'N Professional Which end lI1ealUrt' '

will do well to do their own thinking during these exams are set 13 aratlon Teaching of learnt'tDeraJ IJI4

of hectic political campaigning! This goes, whetheryou Area
days : (former! """"
rvT, !
NEWS called
THE CLEWISTON
are a Democrat or a Republican for Goldwater or .4 PRINCETON. New Jerry, minations w n **** \

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewiiton. Johnson, and so on down the ticket. e September 16 Teachers andp xrvftM
d 1 Florida, by The Clewlston New*. Inc., a Florida Corporation. Much of the accusations that are being hurled so vfr e r i e s preparing to teach '

Entered a* Second Oast Matter February 1, 1927. at the ouraly in our campaigns, and the current one is certainlyno Teacher school may Examinations take the National Sr-if.'S
.i the of of not based on sound reasoning. Half- on tour I
Post Office la CJewiitoo. Florida, under Act Congress exception are different test dates
; March I. 1879. truths are made to appear like whole truths; statements instead of one., Educational each year advice employment on which lor Ipp
quoted out of context but references given may seem to IXaJnIua
Testing Service announced to-
) IDITOmi
..1 ORIDq NATIONAL be full of meaning which was not present at the time and day. New dates set for the'test ssas.which, datea
*
: ,0 1 A,2:6 T: -N place of the original statement r + hog of teachers and prospective Fort Myers S e i. J JsSvEas
: tf. Arm ran _a And then there is the inuendo,-the leading of a voterto t'N teachers are: December 12,
I '( U AeAela VIII conclusions which are not really there at all, but which 1864; and March 29, July 17,

0 0 Subscription Rate __ $4.00 per year are made to seem quite logical .' and October: 2, 1965. The tests sVoSiasRj
: will be given at
I +, C ''U' (Return Postage Guaranteed) The Republican candidate for governor of Florida recently locations la the SO more states than ETS ISO for !! :
i 1TiOt BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher made the statement Haydon Bums is closely connected laid. gor further

I 1";, S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor with the ADJV. The chain of accusations: went like 1 ," Score on the National Teacher
I t t' ,"j.-f Telephone: Juslne and Editorial. YUkon S-U01 this: Hubert Humphrey was the founder of Americans Examination are used by Hendry neari
,'I Advertising Rate on application. The management reserves for Democratic Action, way back when:; Humphrey was many large school district for
\
.5 the right to reject any objectional advertisement! and Bums employment of new teacher
his running-mate cancer
t .. chosen by Lyndon Johnson as quotaHeadquarters
.
THD NEWS UMBIM BO .epo..lblll" l r she rtura> .f and by several States for .
olicltre mtnaMrlpu or photograph.TRH has stated he supports the national Democratic: ticket!) certification
i NKW8 i: BMumn BO financial roipoMlblllty for typographical withDoes 'or licensing of teacher of tht
errors or oommlxlons la adr.rllMra.at but If aetlfled. Therefore, said the candidate Burns is closely allied *. Some college require all division of the Amsrif
I" of ouch errors before the cut bwuo of .. will reprint eor. \ Q
I k: roetly that part or u.. dTortlnmont. IB whPoh the error occurred. AD.A.II I senior preparing to teach to cer Society m Tampa
1 ',f la tb. scent llmo olomtnt would: render tho oorroelloa T.lu.tm. : YOUR mind work like that? Not of its own accord, + take the examination that aa of August 31, bo
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1
the N w will reduce tho price of tho idTortlMmonl I by y1iA and West
....... List of school system which Hendry ?
j amount equal to tho p ro oU. of tho total spoor as tho we are sure.It's Count i
,. 1 1, oou* or omitted copy roprtxatod. use the examination result are were near their 'nixfe',
I ;, distributed to college by ETS. but not quite reaching
,' a nonprofit, educational organization Eastern Hendry
history now. 'lCANTALOUPE which prepare and administers a quota of 11,300 racked
't ;1 Redistricting the examination 127.13.
On each full day of testing Western Hendry count\
TraiTT TEAKS AGO mony to destroy the paid-up teacher and prospective teach- a quota of $700richelld
'! Plan for redistricting are a little hard to come by In (From dewMon News, mortgage on the fr-yeer-old AND BABY FORMULA hare Joined together Glades county whouV

t Florida No matter what change is made, someone gets September 23, 1M) church.Raw was selling at apparently by accident George Scott, a new resident el dew Lion club holds was $500 raised nnm.
P. G. Bishop announced a new sugar State leaden
,I l hurt. company the CtennBee- Corp. $593 per cwt. on a' date on bton found this eantaloape growing; wild near the city damp appreciation to exteoitalu each .
; ;r State Senators for years postponed redistricting! be- for developing a 740 acre tract which the previous year's price recently with the SMA baby formula can weD entrenched ladies' night crusader for an .ceDeoi 11III
: cause it would put some of their members out of their senatorial between Belle Glade and Pa- was $6,40.Ruth and containing liquid. -STAFF PHOTO August 31 marcked tin
t !t seats. bokee for farming. McGehee show steady Lion and their ladle met for the Cancer campaign n]

:, It Is therefore refreshing to see a Congressional redistricting Southern Bell Telephone Sy.- but low Improvement in her will com Seldom If ever has barbecue: supper and an evening new ;year started sent para |
,lA plan. proposed by Congressman A. S. Herlong tern announced It would construct battle with polio. a team developed the team Holdup reportedby of socializing Thursday at
; 130,000 exchange at CoL H. W. SchuU held a public the American Legion Hall Fla.
a,
:,' after Florida officials had suggested that the congressional hearing at Sugarland Auditorium pride that the present Tiger grower i mo
ll Belle Glade. have in themselves and they deserve Following the Informal sup. After over hall
delegation itself work out censr
a plan. left for to discuss the problems the
Miss Loulae Moore continued at driverThe per. group enjoyed Impromptu continuous
: : Herlon 's would Herlong and Matthews of drainage In the of your support van publication |fa
proposal put Billy Jacksonville where she has enrolled areas home and away. music by Lion George pa. Florida Grower ,
in the same district It would take Broward and Collier In Massey Business Col Levee 1-2 and 1. Never doubt a winning! horse Jepson, and Ed Moxley on er. the oldest agricununlj ud E

counties out of the sixth district and create a separate le,.. Jack Davis and Irene Stratkowlk1 SI.Mal'1" -. Qewlston over Sebrln,. goIng driver of a moving van their guitars and a community; azlne in the state, hai i
congressional district of Broward. Collier and Monroe coun The W. F. Simpson moved were married in away reported to police early last sing of familiar ballad, led by Its editorial offices: to
ties. With the from Moore Haven to clewton !,- Church .JD. Conshoho morning that he had Lion Tom Jones. Haven
new affinity being created between Collier Cken, Penna. Saturday
I t and Broward and the geographical' location of Monroe, ;. he Corp was an cf Inspector Engineer on Lake theU.S. Big deal the Warren committee been held up and robbed of
confirms that Oswald $149 by a who stepped
gunman
that reasonable
seems a district. Then Charlotte county
Okeechobee: projectTWENTY shot JFK and the governmenthas the board of hi cab,
on running *
I' .
would be added to the 6th district which has Lee Hendry
a best leUer.Carruthers. pointed a pistol In his face and
Palm Beach Martin. Glades, Okeechobee, and St. Lude TEAKS AGO e Sonny SezThe took his wallet Specials for |
I and Indian River. (From Chnrlatm News, AL'[ S

Dade county would be divided into two Congneeslonal; September W, 144)Brlnson ) named Joseph A. Ollvo of Springfield
this
districts each with 467,500 population. Populations of other Construction Co., be stimulated activity to get Long Island. N.Y. aid he week!
ACS presidentThe stopped near the Junction of
j counties vary from the 12th district: Pinellas county, 374,665 gas construction ,pi the Clewl- qualified voter registered of .
State Rood 80 and 27
f ton-South Bay road. the Goldwater committee and Highway Jk,'. Yellow Special Lot Girl's 14 I
the llth
to American
district Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Brevard Cancer Society west of Clewlston to look at hi*
jt counties 448951. Mr. and Mrs. Willard King the most Democratic refreshing and Committee reassuring.la this week named Woody Carruthers road maps when the man held RAINCOATShMtadlng ,RAINCOATS ]
reside. He
left for California to
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;;' The districts and their population as proposed by Rep. was 'a flight instructor at Riddle Certainly if there was'ever a of East Clewlston II pre.ldent him up. He said the man then ( 'rain hat) (Inclndlnr ruts kit)
of the
Hendry county
r' Herlong, would be: Field. time American need to stand ,,drove off in a dark-colored new
I 1st Escambia Santa Rosa, Okaloosa Walton, Charlie and Gussie. Foy moved up and be counted, now' is the unit Carruthers.of the society.:who is recreation model Ford, headed west $1.99 ea. $1.00 ea

: : ..' Holmes Washington, Bay, and Gulf counties. Population from Moore Haven to the government time. director of the City of Clewls Olive said the holdup occurredat Im .. IS **.. $1M paw.IS-IS 11.Itdpow
379288. reservation In Qewls-, -Is- ton takes over the duties Immediately 1:46: a.m. He then drove Into
I''i t' 2nd Metropolitan lor.-ksonville. Population ton. Tiger fans are to be congratulated and will assist In organizing town to report to authorities. By ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S and ROT'S
400000.' The Tigers lost their first foot for their effort In following the local unit for volunteer that time, however, nearlyhalf a Basketball Tennis Shoes
3rd Northern Dade County. Population 467,523. ball game of the season, 14-0 to the team. There no better work in education fundraising hour had elapsed and attempts or
i 4th Southern Dade County. Population 467,524.5th Auburndale.TEN. reason (or the team to excel and service: divisions to pick up the holdup
I St Johns, Putnam, Flagler Alachua, Gilchrist than for a crowd of hometown Mrs. James P. Legg execu- ear were fruitless. Because of VALUES TO $2.98 pairAL'S MADK0 |
I Levy Marion, Volusia, Citrus Sumter, Lake and Hernando TEAKS AGO folks in a "foreign" :city. The tive director of the Southwest the darkness Ollvo could: not S4JI C4ASpecial
countiea. Population 420778. (From Clewlaton. New. new Ridge conference rivalry Florida area announced the appointment distinguish the number on the
i 6th Indian River, Okeechobee St. Lude, Martin, September M, 1K4)) haa 'not reached: : the' peak of and will, assist Mr. license plate ARMY STORE
The First Methodist Church tor m e r Suncoast Conference
Carruthers In
planning th.1ocal Olive
Glades Charlotte Lee, Jiendry and Palm Beach counties. was driving an Allied (USE OUR LAY A-WAY PLAN)
held a mortgage burning cere- feelings a* yet though It organization. Van. -
Population 394277. ,, I 7S3 B. Bafarlasd Hwy.

7th- Polk, Hardee, Pasco, Manatee Sarasota, De>Soto, .. ... .,
: I. and Highlands counties. Population 423,378.8th -,
Slide .iflto fee
Broward, Collier, Monroe counties. Population spacious newRrd interiors.


i. 397620.9th Calhoun, Franklin, Gasden, Hamilton, Jackson, Insert the twin-edge Ignition key (works either side up). .

Jefferson, LaFayette, Leon, Liberty Madison, Suwanee Tay '"
Ere up Ford livelier and thriftier new engines.Xeither( Six orV 8A) '
: I lor, Wakulla, Dlxld, Columbia, Nassau, Union Baker, Bradford _

t: I .sonville., and Population Clay counties: 379778.and Duval county outside of Jack- Feel the smoothest ride of any cars in their class (or possibly any class)) Sale

I # 10th Hillsborough County. Population 397788. listen to the Quiet Ones.TestDrive Prices
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I llth Orange Seminole Osceola and Brevard counties. .
,>ti ..Population 448951. ".

/' i 12th Pinellas County. Population.374,665


a Solid, Silent '65 Ford..with YOUr ears! ,.YOU'VE'

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I I Vocational facilities lacking. ., Quiet it the measure of car quality. So take a Elegant paneled Interiors, rich quilted upholstery cut pile \SEENITOHrVlBUYITIM

test drive and 1Wm.i to the uncanny quietof nylon carpeting rear center arm rate Sflenl-Flo ventilation _

I Perhaps the state department of education will succeed all 17 new Fords. Compare'' their smooth standard on door models, change air with window, closed l
1' in doing what the rest of us have failed to accomplish 4 new Ford GalasU! SWa-with new 14Ocu. In. "Big Six engine .
t establish a real vocational deparrnent in ouur high schools. hushed ride, their quality feeling against >any for better mileage,more punch V4 smoothness.Stronntt,

,, Hndry county school board learned last week that the state other can. at tiny price.You'll know immediately quietest body.frame ever built for*Ford.

has placed its "fully accredited": seal of approval on only -these new Fords are the Quiet Ones. 4 sew Ford CMtoms cad)autos JWa-came solid construction If don't wan
one school In Hendry county this year-the Clewlston Elementary easy' handling, smooth ride front and rear arm rests, roomincM you
School.tack of sufficient vocational educational 1 new Ford Galat! 500/XL's-the iportlat<< Fords.Bucket seat. and clean look all '65 Fords ihare. "Big Six'. is standard.
facilities floor shift, 289-cu.. in. V-t standard. Spacious all.vinyl interiors. 5 Ford to repaint againIn
: and courses holds back Clewiston, LaBelle and tw Wagons-including Country Squires and Country
+: Harlem High Schools. Deep-pile carpeting extra trunk space Sedans with new dual feeing rear seats,ideal for families to 10.
t new Ford Calaxie 500.LTD' -mott luxurious Fords ever. See til the up decade
i' Spme fifteen years ago theta was strong sentiment in new models from Ford at your Ford Dealer's soon! this I

; Qewlston for shop courses In the high school; mechanics tucrrar
: : and woodworking courses were sought One teacher even LUCIIchouse

I t ;'t' came to Qewlston who was qualified to teach shop and ,use
expected to find a class and facilities here to teach. But

: I ,." when he got here, the shop cupboard was bare. There was paint
f. s'', neither facilities nor money for the courses. He left after

,, : one,year. white satbesotifol
,
Who can say what changes would have been wrought I 1
l On1y $659
; ; in our town had the shops and classes been available at \ new solo's
1 b, that time? How many "drop-out" would have remained Face GALAllla 500 LTD 4-ON HARDTOP .
4 in school? How many problem youths would !have avoided -

some of the pitfalls which have beset their ways without ,

;' a ,skilled trade? ,How much of our present juvenile. delinquency The clew easy quick ,way to wart
1 would never have developed? palm "LOCUS' doe. 't drip

t- No one knows the answer to these questions; but'most run or spatter Ilk ordinary' ollill ;h

people will agree that some lives would have been bettered paint! cover mow better
.t., through the shop classes and our community would have than before! Dries in half
benefitted all hour! Wishes clean from

7 '' We do not decry the beefing up.of f the science program hand and brushes with water! WALL PSI

in our schools: we do not deplore the 30 microscopes:: at .
$100 each for the high school. and other Instrument and II .e.u,.

equipment for the laboratories,-not the many, many other
articles of cultural value secured lot the schools. We re- Only $ 5
joice in each and every one of them.

11 But it is Just as necessary that we do everything

can for the scores'of youths for whom education is also I We stock Dupont Mar

',necessary even though they can never attain a college;

1 111i!:b status nor achieve great things in the languages math or polo GALAxla 5001L !.DOOR NAROTOP -- Paints and Varnish [
: ,..c1ence.JtI" .
1 J By our present curriculums we are driving out of our PHODtJCTS
:schools today scores of boys and girls who desperately TestdmeTotolftrfonhance.t.5.pEST YEAR TTn GO FORD SPECIAL LOW Pales ON ALL

need th* means to earn a living. s.r.s.MOM.FDHUM.roe.ns.or
1 It is unthinkable that we operate our-public school m SHO
I system end;receive only a status oi "accreditation: with THE SIGN
V warning'V; or"accreditation with limited defldency". So in HENDRY COUNTY ,MOTORS, INC.

f'' our desire mid effort to maintain our schools" standing ofI' PRANK THOMPSON

J i full accreditation perhaps we shall be forced into providing: 543 E. Sugarland] Highway Clewiston Fly Authorized DFONT PAINTS Deafer ,

I I' the vocational education courses for which we have so UK WALT tHSNETJ( MAGIC SKYWAY AT THt 00 MOTM COMTAMYS WONOU! ROTUNDA NEW YORK WONUri Mil, 4M N. FKANCISCO PHoNE H? *glM |
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not bad in Clewiston flier who to 125 mile an hour keep him bornin asked and Mrs. Reese said If she she would would
says kills 'em dead safely above the power lines, Clewiston woman's ,baby help secured she a cloth and together
try. She
.. but he must be careful of four
front with Mr. Knowles wiped
A pan .tandin recent hit morafagi l't'I cycle carries on. structures that rise higher In ambulance before crashMrs. the mucus: from the baby's1
the air the
earl one The mosquito eggs can live -the water tower, just mouth and restored breathing. ,
plue
porch 18. for year awaiting the return of U.S. Sugar antenna, the U.S. I'
,II i tsednlm 10 loW front liemouiblll the water CockrlU says. Mature Corps of Engineer antenna Richard Knowles of the approach of tile ambulance Knowles'The new third daughter child.y ls the ;.t\ I I
t would f111n hit has endowed them with endurance and the telephone microwave Clewiston the former Lenore was taken!; to tile hospital along i .
and patience, even as tower-the latter 250: feet high. Howard daughter of Mr. and with the mother and baby to be tin {-
nl t plumes of moisturef the Snow mosquito of Alaska, He doesn't fly over them, be Mrs. Lonnie Howard of LaBelle treated for slight shock as a result Mrs. Owens cut .
a from under the wln,1 asceaf which ranks as a close second says, but around.In gave birth to a daughter In an of the ordeal. She suffers 1
!rII1ed sped along nolll11 at to the Glades as a biter. The spraying fertilizer and ambulance speeding her to a from high blood pressure. car crash :'
:N altitude ot ocOr feet, traveled, Snow mosquito eggs can survive weed control. Cockrill: flier 25 Fort Myers hospital last Thursday James Eden, driver of the local :
ID tilt dV.Nuturoni r below aero temperature feet over the cane fields, this but this was only the first ambulance, said be was proceeding Mrs. Mary Lou Owens recelv
beck r.
I end came and then come out to cloud the being a better dispersal height of the complications. through the Intersection: ed cuts: on her forehead and
nip like a plowman turning skies when the proper conditions for these fluid. Shortly after Mr. Knowles, riding Just about tour minutes after foot requiring 15 stitches when '
prevail He file at varying heights In with his wife, delivered the the baby was bora, when a car her car was In collision: with "
i AIfIOw.the cockpit of tIIIt plaDe Although the Glades and photographic work, manipulating baby, the ambulance was In collision coming Into the Intersection one driven by Louis Pace at the.
Ii cockrill aDd he was Snow mosquitoes rank almost the control with his knee with another vehicle at a from his left truck the aide corner of Pasadena and San ,t
sJollA bunt out a mosquito control together as biters, the Glades .* be poke the camera out the street Intersection In Ft My of the ambulance as It turned Jose on Sunday evening. Pact
be ahdt
III&JIIIIent. TIler, wll to species does not like the cold window. ers, went out of control and to go In tile same direction at received a bruise* on his head.
that ,
; school football game the r6wt" UnJACK.OFALi.TLADES weather and will not hatch In The hours are erratic but knocked: down a royal palm Palm Beach Boulevard and The small station wagon operated
It wa. fe.red the low temperature of winter Cockrill loves the work. From Palmetto avenue.Patrolman by Mrs. Owens was almost
11&1I1 things U. the air U John' tree.No one was Injured but It
Cttkrlll ._
peso would make herewith -temperature* that might early In March through Sept. 15 a total loss and the PHI
E5S5. for the spectamosqultos. Me ef the twe planet be mitt .In hU work. When not be considered Ideal by ita relative he spends a lot of time in theair formed was about In this the time baby's that mucus mouth: Robert Coon of car received damage estimatedby
the Fort Myers police department
aerial spraying for mosquitoes weeds and ferUUiatloo. ke in the north. vn his various missions. at about $300. ',
! and action, taken bya police }
aces emergency credited Mrs. Reese with
likely will bo Then comes the slack season.
f..Jl.trad" flying sportsnea U. sal Mt ef the CockrlU that usually
ri1111 a jack Evergladeser says woman sitting In a parkedcar saving the baby's life. He said Mrs. Owens was charged with "
( when, occasionally, he heads
n be takingpictures from the eloada.that adult mosquitoes will spend
nearby when the crash occurred Knowles had called out askingfor failure to yield right of way "1
:
west to shoot elk.3county
,1bI rorV
erDUota their
eAj but ID live within a block: or two needed to restore I
? was help when he noticed that causing an accident Police officer
Clewiston In his opinion.U varieties of where hatched. G
o: Iw has been of mosquitoes in this they were .
years breathing.The the had Roberts Investi
recent baby's breathing atopwed. Chuck
not a bad town for
/ drop these area, the Glades mosquito lathe However, they will follow anything mother and baby'were
for A witness to the accident gated. "
s0niint pesky monster 1 i
fertilizer and weed only one that gives real that moves providing it meetingof taken to the hospital in another
liquid klUer, UUng aerial ,"Of course; be says, "one trouble In Clewiston, CockrlU move lowly, the mosquito being ambulance unharmed, and on ..it !
a.. pSi and eying hunters mosquito in town Is too many". says. This breed lays It eggs lathe a slowpok. on the wing. Sunday they returned to their
mrapbs shetmen into remoWe To astound you further, John mud along canals, rivers, That 1* why they will follow TB workers Clewiston home. Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTOrT NEWS Pace Three t I
JIll the prey U known says that there are leis mosquitoes lakes. The egg develops there you into the house. Mrs. Bertha Reese, who wa Thursday, October I, 1964YEAH 0 :
areas while around this year than for seven days and then waits The Salt Marsh mosquito, Director and member of the
once In a sitting In the parked car which ,
... Every takes someone up tot any :year since: 1941, although for the water to get high again. which sometimes invades this Tri-County Tuberculosis: a II dRespiratory had been drawn to tile curb on <, .
,
lit juSt be remembers one period in Then the lanced legions take off area, Is a wind rider, John remember Discs Associationmet ;,,1
1 i1e.Jae. 1948 when the mosquitoes were in pursuit of food, preferablyblood. a time when a strong |In Clewtston Sunday for a
bas made a study of05.s so thick you bad to fight your The adult mosquitoes live southwest wind blew great business meeting and get-ac-' Ladies of the lake : '
and it will surprise way through them when you for only: two or three weeks but clouds of this breed into Central qualnted session at the dewis- !"
people who have suffer. went outstte. during this time the female lay Florida from the Naplesarea. ton Inn. :t
welts to hear Although there 50 Gene Edwards, president of NIl
from mosquito are or CO more eggs and the indecent They were so thick on the
wings of his plane, he said, that the Eastern Hendry County W L This t' '
ha "iwuil/lH't.... ,,'"..! ...,.I.k the color Unit served:a* host member! Old South 9 3 5318USSC I''
of th.. paint This Is a rare occurrence and Mr. Charles Lana, president ._--'- -.9 4 1137 RENTALS WE HAVE! !
: however. of the Association conducted the Sport Shop __ T I M53 : I'
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The mosquito bite, CockrlU: : business meeting. Glades _._ T S 1197 ,
says, by sliding It* proboscis: Report were made by Mr. P.rklnlOll' ..__ I I 3001Waldron' .
through a pore In the skin and O. N. Syke of the Glades County -_ 4 9 1150 3 unfurnished houses 'i
REGISTER the Itchy welt Is caused by the Unit and Mr*. W. T. Maddox Hare -:-- 4 6 3S9O 2 and 3 bedrooms North Side, i '
digestive Juices which It mixes of the Western Rehdry County AleDe'1 _. 3 9 4604 '.:
Into the blood It extract: Its Unit and Mrs, Vera Webb, .- '
High Scratch Series
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digestive the human.Juice with a wallopfor managing Dr. W, r.director.Hill, director_ of the, France Carlln 110 3 furnished apartments ;:j
'it '
Polly. McLendon 471
IN CLEWISTON The mosquito's most formld- Hendry county health department MM 2 bedrooms Brand New 'I'
ibis outrage (other than germ emphasized the gravity High Handicap Series
carrying) is the killing 'of cat of the situation In Hendry County Frances Carps nmu.i..j 675 ____ ; 'it
tie. The passageway from a which has shown a tremendous Polly McLendon _?_, 617 : {
cow's nostrils leads directly: to Increase in the Incidence Sally Blus .,.,....,._, i.u 616 And 3 Excellent Home Buys ;$
TOMORROW the lungs, unlike the human of tuberculosis In the past two ,,
anatomy which make It possible years. "Normally c 0I lit :y High Scratch Game ---- )f
to wallow something that with the population of Hendry, Frances Carlln -- 195 ;
might! go through the nasal pas would report about one new Polly McLendon ,r--Tlllua, 17011I&11 J. E. BEARDSLEYEGISTEKED :
sages. The mosquitoes sometimes case per year; Hendry reportedten 'J
swarm into the new cases last year. This Handle* Game REAL ESTATE BKOKEK
cow'snose
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2nd Frances'Carllnlluua, 250
leads to the opinion of medical I
and are drawn Into the
passages leading to the lungs In people that there are other Louise Hale -r-T--,, ,.,. U1. 220 "1 I

such quantities as to suffocatethe : cases not:yet discovered and re ., I
animal. ported", be said. I -- .
9:00 A.M. 5:00 PM.: I
: CockrlU believes the mosquito Mrs. Webb described the 1, 1 UCorbin1s
could be kept under almost plans which have been m.delor :
complete control In Clewiston a mass-testing program in Hen- '
AT THE COURTHOUSE SUBOFFICEAT through systematic spraying. At dry county starting with patch Rose Bush Sale! ; \

present ha Is ClUed for spot testing of the school children, ,
Jobs and some years he sprays aDd continuing: with a follow up 14'",' ,
THE FAIR GROUNDSSupervisor.of hardy at all Knowing the breedIng on the testing, and with chest :
habits of the peat, he believes X-ray campaign. Saturday October 3rd :.E, ;
that properly timed Mr.,Lanz reported that there I
spraying would keep them 1* only one pint of blood left in c,
Registration John L. Hall scarce. Clewiston should be one ,the T$ patients' blood ,bank In .
of the easiest cities In the stateto the three-county: unit. He requested TRUCKLOAD OF ROSE BUSHES '
keep free, be ays. that volunteer donors

will be on hand to register voters conscious More familiar citizens 1 to* the mosquito spray supply should try to replenish this ,

truck which moves around the Report of the August meetingof rSturdy
city omitting great cloud: of the director was presented !
what looks like emote but which by Dr. Roy Kupslnel Fort Lau- 2.y ar.old t 'I I
,
BOOKS CLOSE SATURDAY OCTOBER 3rd Is really a bug-killer vapor. derdale.
At the dinner 1
With a combined ground and air smorgasbord '
attack It would seem that the which followed the business field grown ; i r
mosquito wouldn't have much meeting, decorations, featuringred I '. .
of a chance, but such is not the hibiscus: and the double-bar 1tJ. I
Democratic Executive Committee of Hendry County case. Even If aU the adults red cross, emblematic of the bushes ; I
were 'killed off there would TB associations, were used ef. I
still be the egg waiting In the festively The Clewiston Garden .I w
wi f
mud for the proper conditions: Club provided the decorations.
to hatch and go marauding.A i t t7I
spray assignment finds Safety programat I
Cockrill in his plane long before Hendry GeneralA !
dawn for he will figure on having I
his third load of 90 gallon safety program under the ;
of 3 per cent malathlon plus a direction of the Florid Industrial f
lynerglst In the air before- the Commission will be con '
Barry Goldwater'sStand sun come up. The synergist Increases ducted at Hendry General Hoc 1/4', '
the killing properties of pltal October 5-9, according to :' t
the malathlon. It take less Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, admin : I
than 15 minutes to release one istrator. ';'
tank of spray but the entire Job Hendry General has received :.i If;
Social; Security consumes about four hour citations for three consecutive
on The Insecticide 1* carried a yean of accident free operation. -
belly tank and a small windmill The program has been arranged
propeller at the leading Up of by A. W. Lewis, district I
the tank provides the power for safety supervisor for the :,
"I 1 '
: favor a sound Social l Security-system and I want to see forcing the fluid through pipes Industrial Commission and the

4 strengthened I want to participant receive all that are attached ic the undersides actual instruction will be given ., ,- .
see every of the wings. The pipes by I. M. Edward !

the benefits this system provides. And I these are equipped with, nozzle that The safety Instruction: 1* designed to*,
benefits power release the spray. to help every employeeof : '
paid in dollars with real purchasingwant Cockrill say the 100 foot altitude the hospital staff Mrs, Jones '" .
'
at which ha file at 100 said,.: .I': : ': 1
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Social Security is-a system of, basic protection for the .. --- -, ;., H ,.

ged. In addition, most Americans now participate in : ', t :,; _...'tt'1t'l; I !

,, and Private pension plans while many have their own savings NOW is the time to plant! e ; ,. -

investments intended to
Social Security was never

I teplace> voluntary programs. Its prime purpose was and /' THRIFTYDRUQ Come in arid select from '
1 to .
I
supplement them to provide a basic floor. am con- \

tInced it can do this job.,I the job for which it was created. : these world famous I


ewe will if we Ii ." ,'- *' hybrid tea roses! I:'
not preserve the Social Security system : ,
.
saddle it with unnecessary burdens, such as medicare.. We Shopper Special T"* MIRANDY EHOILE DE HOLLANDE .. I' r:1:

Penalize citizen if thus bankrupt the sys- '
** which every aged we Home-made, Salisbury Steak, THE DOCTOR TALISMAN : :

protects them. I I CLIMBING BLAZE RED RADIANCE :
ked i
mashed potatoes carrots ECLIPSE K. A. RIKROEIA I'' I,

"Nori5 the public interest served by those who label every Italian bread or hot rolls IDEAL CLIMBING MRS. DuPONT ':'

I1J1cer proposal to correct and perfect the Social I Security PINK RADIANCE SUMMER SNOW I ;

I'stern) as an attack on its basic principles. 58cor2for98c GOLDEN 'SALMON PEACE 1 .



t.esentialIy, protection against need in America depends FARM & '
on
a free economy which produces an ever-growing j FOUNTAIN SPECIAL f '
RANCH SUP'PLY'4
and opportunity for all. In ,
Wa&dance an vital and legitimate Cheese Cake .:'25c "
Social has
Security a r SuarLm4 JBhwat
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Pap. Four THE' CLEWISTON NEWS OewltoD! na; Out of town guests at the wedding -. Mothers club Ill birth at of Hendry a lODe William General Robert Hospi Ladies' open Sorority pledgeMiss Ira::1' W.Atwell Hnge fief, Sr.Crochel,lit
included Mr. and Mrs.KenncUt .
Thursday October 1. 1064I tai Wednesday, September 23. Joyce Jones, a sophomore Bob C.
McDonald and Family rrlahl' Ba.
of Miami Dennis McDonald of holds meetingThe The baby weighed eight pound at Florida Southern Col P
Mr and Mrs 11 ounces golf seasonThe lepLakeIandhasbeenpledged Oct 8-Bob
and
South Bay Mother's dub held Its by Alpha Chi Omega Beards1er. Car
Mark Addison of Miami. Radish,
first post vacation meeting last Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sullivan golf season will open for sorority during the annual fall eUe Joyce An ,
Thursday night at the horn of parent of a tomorrow (Friday rush. Hornsby Idleay pd.
are the proud lady golfers Mr..
I WNEWS Child's ,birthdayis Mrs. Charlie Martinis Mrs. daughter born on Sunday, September Oct. 2)) with k round of golf followed She it the daughter of Mr ., Moore.Troy ceteog.. To
l ; & ,Earl Byrd was co-hottest. 27, In Everglades Me- by a business meeting. and Mrs. T. H.Jones, Jr.. 325 '
1& celebrated Play park supervisor Mrs. morial Hospital. Pahokee. The The first pl.yer.111 tee off at Del Monte. Oct. 1 Jackie Hood
Gene Wilson reported that the baby weighed seven pounds 12 a a.m. Following the meeting Sheila Campbell
Mrs Don Evans entertainedwith toy supply In the playpark Is ounces. Mrs. Sullivan it the there will be a luncheon at the BIRTHDAY GKfeZTTVGSOct. : : : Oct.
a children's party to celebrate very low and that all donationsof former Becky: .Vaughn. horn of Golf Professional Ear: I-Ed'll' JObolOl
Clark
AkinJ/;
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toys would be appreciated.It : 1-Pau1 Pat Read, !:arUn. Beanie
4Cher.cDonald! Curtis Pelham! the fifth birthday of her Har eIL Adams Jr
I : daughter, Fory. & was suggested that such toys Mr. and Mrs. Franklin WarIer It U hoped that an the old B. H. WiWamVwPaul Cafe, ,
Enjoying the event were Gene be brought to the park Monday, of LaBelle are the proud members will be back.ai wen Rita. ,Hesteft Ja.,CecH.Langston. '
: God 'and Gary Austin, Lisa, Gary, Thursday or Friday morning be- parents of a daughter who was at anyone else who would me t : ,1/4.I .
i f,are niar ed Assenribkpf Robbie Hansen, Patty and Cynthia Jtweea the hours of a and 12. born on Wednesday, September to )Join to the fun. It makes no -Oct 2-C..M.'PirktsSandra I*.
I ;, YI Varnum, Elena Medford, Those attending the netting 30, at Hendry General.Hospital difference bow you score and .-bet, 'Fred'iP.' Arcberalra.T. Ship Best
,I \Mill Cherry Eileen Mf Donsli,,' mEn 'bt> \WNt( roses and tttp- Tammy Doaae,, Cindy, and David were: Mrs. Chuck Arnold, Mrs She has been given the name ofGtsdy the fee is only one dollar a Blair,.Helen Brannen; J. T. Way!
: daughter of Mr. and Mrt.' w.,E. 'h >otU-ientered: with a white McGahee Barney Maddok Earl Byrd Mrs. Lloyd Collins, Lou'L "If! month. Webb Joe Elder, Mrs. Paul
I McDonald and Charles Ourtlt orchid ,and. placed on a white David Flak, Michael Hansen; .Mrs Bobby Giddens. Mrs. Jack ,. .A.y;. Come one, come alll Emrkh,Shirley'Emrtcfe! Anna, REA
'. 4" i Pelham ion of MT. and Mrs.Ji JBible., ; '. Carolyn( ,Curry Johnny: Carol Herring, Mrs Dick Knedler lair tnf Mrs.. "Tarry Woods, Clinard. '
'. A. Pelham, were married Mrs: Kenneth Scott, aster of Mrs. Charlie Martinez Mrs. Er- ..
.. and Robert Keith Evan Moth- are parent of a daughter OclMr. H.. V. Turner :Tff.
Friday evening in a double ring tbeo})fide,was matron of honor; 'ers "attending were Mrs. Billy nie Reddish Mrs. Ben Sanford, Evelyn Renee. who weighed six Evening Circleat E. 'BaneRobert Einrich.. FREE PICK.uP
ceremony. bridesmaids were Miss Christine ,, -Mm J,0,h:n -Kcheffler.; Mrs.
Mrl/ ,
Doane, Mrs. Bud Austin pounds, eight ounces on arrival Dan Osceola, Jeff Parrish.
Rev. James A. Xlmbrel. pastor McDonald, sister of the ''James Walker Mrs. HIlton Williams Weetman home
Sterling McGahee, Mrs Charles Saturday, September, at Hen.. Oct. -Ronald L. Egley, Idella and
'f of the Assembly of Cod, officiated bride, Miss Sandra Pace and Medford,, Mrs. Kenneth Hansen ( Mrs. Gene Wilson, Mrs. dry General Hospital Bowden "Mrs. W T. Lewis DELIVERY
')i at the eight o'clock Miss Brenda Ricks. They were and Mrs. Don Evans, and Mr/ -FraDklJa. .$l*toons',(,Mrs. D. W. The Evening Circle of the Rev. John R. Taylor, Patsy
.,t .ceremony' dressed in broacded: taffeta Evans, oi 1 Jndd, Mrt.' Jerry Ralney and Mr and Mrs. Edward Brownof W9mans Association of 'the Carlton. Phone YU 2-214J
t: ", Th4 altar of the church was dresses;; the honor attendentwore Mr. and Mrs' Evans served Mrs. Lowell Ralney. Eustis are the proud parent Presbyterian Church was entertained Oct. Frances Morgan Char-
:d', arranged with palms, candlela-] champagne color aad carried 'hot dogs cokes, cake and toe, ',' *\ d a son, Bradley Paul, who was by Mrs Leslie Wee
j : bra and standards of white matching fugi mums and cream to the guests. G, ,(t1Other' RainbowGirls born In Eustis. Hospital on Wednesday man at their meeting Tuesday
t' mums and pompoms Mrs. Kim- the bridesmaids w o r. del- September 23rd. The evening
i! ,'J'. brel. and Mrs. Ray Clinard presented phlmlum blue with circular veils baby weighed Oak pounds. Mrs. Mrs James Younkman presented
t ;: a program of music prior and carried yellow Furl] mums.. Beta Sigma Phi installedAt .. Brown is the.former Edle Yon, a program on "African
i to the ceremony. Mrs. dinird. Ushers were Felton Ricks, it Cle laton. Pygmies of the Rain Forest". Legion Dance
this
'',' vocalist, sang "0. Perfect Solon Hlngson and Jimmy Pace.J. spaghetti dinnerBeta the meeting, of Rain- A Joint meeting of the two circles
I bow Girls Monday evening Installation -
I Love". C. Douglas served as best is planned for the evening
t The bride was given In marriage Pi chapter of Beta Sigma was held for the following Skating partyon of October 27th at the home of
man.Mrs. ,who did not attend
a by her father. Her gown McDonald chose a dressmaker Phi 'social and civic sorority girls, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. at new home of
I was a white lace floor length suit of pink wool with held a spaghetti dinner on the regular installation service: 12th birthdayMike Other attending the Tuesday ,
Deborah .Love Rhonda -
i sheath; she wore a fingertip white accesserles, and a corsageof Saturday night at American Legion Comria ; meeting were Mrs. H. H. Ford
l veil attached to an ornament of white orchid. Mrs. Pelham HaiL Roth, Fidelity; Andrea Bol- Kelly celebrated his 12th Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs.,D.
pearls and carried an arrange- was dressed in light blue with The following couples were Service ton Patriotism Barbara; joy Crawford. Royal,, birthday with a skating party, W. Judd Mrs. W. W. Sage, Mrs. EVERGLADES POST 20
white accessories and t white present: the Robert N. Adams ; Joy given by his mother Mrs. Lew- G H. Brown and Mrs. Charlie
confidential Jean
; orchid corsage. Fisher Anges Richard Bakers, observer; Is Kelly, Friday at the Sugar Martinez.
The wedding reception was John Blacks,.Woody Carruthers,. Gray Ellington outer observer; land Roller Club. Skating games 101 S.E. Avenue D Belle Glade
ii, held in the Fellowship Han of Van Cotherns, Frank Gentry, Marcia Futch, musician; Ardls and skating activities were enJoyed -
the church, where standards of Robert McColleys, Michael Mill- Jacobs, reporter. and refreshments of HOSPITAL NEWS
Late Show 11:30: PJrf. white mums and pompoms were civics, Frank MotUeys and Mrs. Vtnn grand deputy and birthday cake candles and ntknta charged: Saturday October 3
After the Game Oct 2 used for decorations. The wedding Gene Wilson Also Mrs. Michael Penny Pennlngton, past worthy drinks were served. Ruby Roland, Margaret Morgan ,
cake and punch was served Herring. advisor of Pahokee Assembly, The guests were Donna Sins, Jessie Witt Earnest Bar-
"Black ZOO"Michael overlaid with Bundys, were introduced behind the bow. tin, George De Taw, Irene Sutton -
from a table a Guests were the Joe Brenda Hill Betty Sherouse,
Cough cutwork cloth and lit with whit Charles Crockards, Curtis Frys Appointed to a committee to LaFoye Lang, Jenny Jones ,Jeremiah Ran Judy James Open House 1 to 6 Dance 8:30: to 1f 1

candles In crystal candle- Ernie Hills William Holmes, plan money making activities James Suggs, Rodney Hill, Ruby Ann Hajo Porter Over- ,
Saturday, Oct. 3 holders. Dave Pattlsons and Ed Watson were Jan Brantley Mary Beth Gary Wilcox, At Sanford, Kenny son, Rebecca Watson WilliamA. Friends and Legionnaires Welcome
I, DOUBLE FEATURE Assisting in serving were Fry and Sheila Carlton. It was Brannen Jimmy McCarthy Davis Diane Woods.
I Miss Penny Ricks. Miss Mary announced that a school of Instruction and Billy McDonald. Patients Remaining
l 'Attack of Louise Slas and, Miss Gloria Mother of Clewiston will be bead] Id Moore Gladys Archer, Theda Langs- The Public is Invited
( ... the Giants" Pelham. Haven' at 2 p.m. Saturday October ton Dillon HaU. Louise Smith, -
Before leaving for a wedding resident observes 3. Portia Tea, Betty Worley Byrle
I "Voyage to trip to Cypress Gardens the Recognized for their September Allison, Lonnie Douglas, Joyce Everglades Post 20, American Legion
.. Land Unknown" bride changed to a pink wool 1 100th birthdayMrs. birthdays were Gayle Roland Posey Mamie Blglow.
l f suit with white accessories and Emily Batey, Susan Wilson -
A; Sun.,Mon., Tues.,WedOct an orchid from the center of Elizabeth McCulloch Wilson Rhonda Roth Frances '
j f her wedding arrangement.The of West Stockbridge Mass", Groves and Becky; Spire
", 467Adults bride is' a graduate of observed her 100th birthday *, {*t *; J and only
/ Only
Clewiston High School, which September It and spent most of
"TheCarpetbaggers" the groom also attended priorto the day doing her favorate bobby -, Births-
serving six months of military crocheting FIv STAEr, r 20% holds
: / duty. Upon their return to Mrs Wilson la the mother of
l
Carroll Baker Clewiston they will reside at Mrs Lucy Sorenson and the Mr. and Mrs Norman K. ''
Ii" Route 2,Golf View, Clewiston. grandmother of Mrs. Lou Tydings. Hunt of LaBelle announce the 'V'A.LU'ES 111 them 60 days
Bond Street, Clewiston. birth of a son In Lee Memorial ..EWIME.
i Mrs Wilson was born in Bet Hospital In Saturday, September I0
leston, Scotland, September 16, .
20. The baby weighed 7 .. on Lay-a-Wa,
I 1864. She married at the age of pounds, S ounces. The Hunts '
I! 17 and became the mother of are former residents of Clew- t'e
11 children, 10 of whom are still iston
i living. She migrated to America MEN'S JACKETS Best known brands .

with live of her children to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Known .
.
i : join her husband at Richmond les are the proud parents of a E 1 : H-I-S McGregorPuritanSedgefield
Furnace and later moved to daughter born Thursday In to fit any budget

: ; p What? West Stockbridge in 1903. Fort Myers. The baby weighed :;
Among the many birthday seven pounds, nine ounces. $7.98 $22.98
cards Mrs. Wilson received was to
from President Johnson.She beU' grey, tan, charcoal navy
one Mr and Mrs William Robert
; I'm overdrawn? has 26 grandchildren 76 Teal, Jr proudly announce the Sizes 34 to 44 blackParkinson's
great-granchlldren and 22 great- pewter green,

t K Irea -lrandchildren.


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your
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counties invited to rally eta bring up. were Hayward Davie Elbert pewiston.! Fin THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap FiveWHO

Adjoining There Is some dispute as to Stewart Cecil Parkinson, Morris Thursday, October 1, I8S.
whether a footprint found In a Crum, Bill RindaU and Lon- ---------------- -- - -- --

county pit two miles northwestof sale Williams, Roy Peeplcs, R.
Famous crusading evangelist to Moore Haven Is that of a P. Dunty. Jr.. Albert DeVane,

dinosaur. Six experts have identified Jim Woodward, Dr. Marian SU SUPPLIES ENERGY
It a* such but other lade Salley, Roy Lundy, J. J. Wiggins .,
that there never were: dinosour L M. Lllle,. Arch Whld
Moore in Florida. Its the biggest den, Celeve Hicks, Ed Lundy, i

.. has the shell of a welk grove, Jack R Spratt Ed Bran- !'
.- that is figured to be 15,000,000 nen, Lonnle Pearce, Robert
Jam mil' "Df. JUrfia li tn authority on No tickets are being sold, and w years old and from it be took Ahern and Jim Casto.PERSONAU. -
?*. oklahoma Billy ,known communism, and his message the admission is free. However flower petal of the same period. r i

f\IlII.\ .. "America' Crusading win bf of vital importance to a free-will offering will be taken He also has a left handed cone, I
IJ II agelastfpcbtl commw everyone who ,loves America as a contribution to Christian rE' now extinct teeth that came
lDeliJt' JI1reclofr and'cberbhet.' his freedom," Crusade, an International, from a. mammoth or some other '
4JAI
Jii a sasdeenwt* speak Mrs Click stated "He It a non denominational Christian gigantic animal, saber tooth :
.( auditorium, ,forceful 'and!.Hynamle speaker, mlnlstery, the purpose of which tiger teeth and round objects I
LIthe \ jsveet'{ !ca.: Saturda,; :and,'hold'* the attention of his organization\ is to safeguard and about the size of baseballs that
t)100" r,, audience from ,the',moment he no identify,
one can
I preserve the
11, at p.m. Conservative Chris .
(Oc4) bar efforts of h aWl',. step onto the, speaker's platform Han Ideals upon which America If these aren't old enough he .1j.j.: !
Through! tile Americanism" ofHaven Dr. HargU war the "mys is founded; to protect our cher can produce a sea urchin that, .
I co unIttet on Woman Dub, tery speaker" at the Klamlchl ished freedoms-the heritage of lived 30,000.000 year ago '

t t1lOOft ed of Mrs James ,a Christian Clinic for men only, every American; and to expos A 3/c Deborah Kemp?arrived ; ''I
CO Ipo fen. A. K. Well, M*. held la Christ's\ 40 Acre In the communist conspiracy.In Monday for a'two "teeki leave,
Oat, Woodward, and Wa. Oklahoma last May, and vac his latest book Just off the; it home, following completion Funeralservicesheld Among the out of town visitors I
given 13-njlnut ovation '
Uses a by
Bb1 1e., Dr. ,lIarli' hag press entitled "The Far Left" ;of her basic training at Lakeland who attended; Homecoming "
\ wane to Moore Hapr 3800 men who halt assembled. Dr. HargU stated, "Not only Air Force Base, 'San Antonio at Hi .Haven Baptist Church I
IIJ'fed0 public Nl- from South America. Canada, ,will we Wednesday Sunday were D. B. Hampton of
a onHvenlnJ Mexico attempt to expose communists Texas; Miss Kemp a
The
Bahama
I the above date. The pro- Islands, the communist fronts, 1964 graduate of Clewisi4n; High LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
L.B Wng( co-sponsored by the and every corner of the United and the communist conspiracy School, Is the'daughter'elf Mr. Lilly of Moore Haven. Rev and :
;to Post and States to hear outstanding religious Mrs C. W HarnO.; Jf. ana baby .j
American Legion Internally, but we will also fo'cus and Mrs. George Kemp. for Mrs.. eeples
I pn1 tidies' Auxiliary, and the "speakers from across the a spotlight of truth upon She had completed training a* IOn, Charles W. III, were also ? ? :
tlelr nation, said Mrs. Click '
the visitor I J ,1.
HA those who are aiding and abetting administration specialist, and Mrs, Aselene "Sweet" Peep- among
the cause of communism.. upon conclusion' of her leave les, 7(, mother n( State Representative Mr. and Mr. M, A. Thomas ;)"-
"In America, the seeds of' "will\ report to t Colorado! Springs, Joe Peeples and County were in Atlanta Saturday to attend ., ))11
Mouth to mouth breathingsaves confusion and disunion are Colo., where she has been assigned Commissioner BiU Peeplesof the Georgia-Tech-University WHO has lovely washableWoolNylon
spawning to Ent AFB. at of Miami football game. "
I and spreading, and Glades County who died i -.
communism is growing. In their her home In Lake Placid. They' made the trip up by plane, I
Seminole child efforts to wean Americans from Mrs. 'Feepies lived In Moor returning Sunday ;;

Americanism, communist revile Fossils almostas Haven for many year and had Mrs. T, C. Yon left Tuesdayfor
Hall, who )Jives at thepress and defile everyone whose been a resident of Lake Placid Eustls to visit for a few <
ramie Indian Reservation, opinion and convictions differ since 1956. She had also lived in days with her son-in-law and T Tred
III watching television one In any way from their own. old timeYou Fort Myers, where she was daughter, Mr. and Mr. Edward 54 inches wide, avocado green,
III time back when a Their subtle, sinister scheming as born; in Crewsvffle, Venus. She Brown, and their new son,
sly some demonstrating mouth- sway and mislead many Americans was a rancher. Bradley PaulA royal black teal pink and ':
J"Cfam resuscitation flashed who In ignorance or weakness could, get the creep poring Beside the ions mentioned weekend message from U. ,
.mouth He watched it yield or submit to communism through the fossils that have above, Mrs Peeples 1* survivedby T. "Doc") Koch, who la a patient -
screen
the, and now he will be their previous loyalty to been collectedbyFrank two other sons, Woodrow. of in Will Roger Hospital ciel blue EASY sew, EASY wear
htinUT. grateful that he God, to country, and to their Faunce, operator of a Moore Venus and Donald of Citrus Lake Placid, N.Y. 11 1 that he I I. ,
eerhstlag y fellow men. Haven gasoline station who Center; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy feeling' much better following EASY and only *
,
44 e l"y would much rather spend his care '
Ad.fcnme'l l -month- ld ion, "We have no right to1 give up Edwards of Daytona treatment there.
crawling through aI' our country! to the communist time digging for ancient bone ,Beach; one brother, Joe Hoganof Friend of Mr and Mr. Mal
Jerttnlsh, was canal last conspiracy without battle. We There are hundred of artkfacts Falmdale; two sisters, Mrs. colm W. Bigg are delighted to $2.98 ? -.-
a
near in the window of his yard
tt pass evening when be ten are the beneficiaries of the sacrifices Kay MatthJs of Moore Haven welcome them home following a per .
Thursday of business, them
more than of countless American place among and Mrs Lassie Whldden of stay in River View Restorlum
ion water that was soldiers who, throughout our what some expert on ancient Lane Placid; 11 grandchildrenand In Fort Myers. They returned

bar feet time deep later his uncle, life as a Republic, have fought remain lay are fossilized human three great grandchildren. Monday to their home at 429 PARKINSON'SOF
Some heads. There two of
saw the child for our God-given rights, our are J'unerallerVlce. were held at East Osceola Avenue.
Stuley Cypress them.
water unconscIOuS religious: industrial, education the graveside In Ortona Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Walter Slewertare '.
jtetinf! In the al, and social freedoms, freedom Members of the State Geological Wednesday afternoon with making a sight-seeing trip
in and pull-
He plunged of COURSE!!
Commission
canal bank. of speech and of the press: Survey are the Rev. Teddy Creenberger of to the World' Fair, New York ;
id Dim to the the that the shell
father heard the and we, their heirs, must never opinion embedded Venus officiating Pallbearer City and other point of Interest
boy's
The surrender them," declared Dr. heads are 15,000,000years
eta(for help and came running I'I'through + old but Faunce thinks ,
Hargls. .i
'The procedure he had seen on that regardless of the age they
At the present time Dr. Hargls t t I e ;
flickering screen racing
the his brain, he laid the are exemple of early sculpture
has IS-minute and 30-m1n-
child on his back, put hit mouthto ute dally and weekly radio .+..r. .
that of his son and breathed ear
broadcasts over 270 stations,
oxygen into lungs that were which reach into nearly. every M
heavy with water After a time state in the Union;, and his 15. W iiiznnri;
the boy began to throw up water minute weekly television programs Jwki '
then whimper carry Christian Cru
Deputy Sheriff O. D. Rogers sade' messages, each of which i q I IA
was in the vicinity at the time deals with the effects of communist l t I
I and he made a hurried call for subversion on different
an ambulance. Together with aspects of American life
Deputy Sheriff Leslie Carlton he In February of each year Dr. :' '
of value like
Judgt led the way In siren ride to Hargl conducts an annual anticommunist I." l I I
the value of our carIn.urancel ,
General Hospital.
the Hendry Leadership School {
Contact After treatment and examination somewhere in America; In August ft
? me today the medico said little Jeremiah each year he conduct an
would probably be all annual Convention of Christian \H
right but that he would be held Crusade somewhere In America _
Abner H. at the hospital Just in case ; and during the summer :
NOW
.' pneumonia developed, which It months of June, July, and August I ii i
Faunce has been collecting
Vann
I) often does In such cases he conducts the Christian I
ancient artifact for He
The next day, however, Jerry anticommunist Youth years.

) YU Ph.2.5971 sat folds burbling contentedly of away his mother's in and the having colorful skirt a, Manitou University Crusade Springs at the, Summit Colorado.Dr. Hotel. has many mammoths what lesser is, left dinosaur animals of mastadons He and has 1i Buy 1st Tire at Price Listed! Below N \ '%\\J ; i I,


fine time with the colorful toys known. Hargls for his Is"Bible Internationally Balloon' stones petrified that wood took speclmans their shape and under '

In the pediatrics ward. Project" that of launching great pressure over great Get the 2nd Tire for ?? I
the
s"" ,... Hi* father was back on since 1953 a million Bible tract period of time. t"
tTATAAM reservation, possibly wondering I
I
IW MM. ....harm Cm, .. about that weak tube in his TV and portion of the Bible over Last Spring Faunce gave 250 :
the Iron Curtain countries via to the Houston, Texas :
pieces
w III:llaadq. Steak inu.n! set ONL V
!
balloons.
T gas-filled Museum after representative .
of the museum, having heardof
his finds, came to Moore Haven Expert ; I
to see him.
". :: .. What he would like to do, the Tire ;,
collector say, Is sell his collection rc
1
to come one who would Service .It'
like to kin two bird with one

Banquets stone-secure1 the collection and $
also help Moore Haven get a I
9 hospital and ambulance service.

Faunce says be would donate exchange L :
Club Meetings J -. '. ;: his exhibit for that purpose, If ct l :
the price was right He I I. con 'II
':' cerned about the clt,'* lack of price a 1 ,
proper facilities for the treat. t
.
Birthday Parties : ment of the sick. .
The collector has a find that ',':
caused quite a stir in archeologIcal -
Popular Sizes SHOP TILL 9 .
"'
circles recently It is an ,
g Anniversaries :J arrow head that war embedded
In a bone, found by Alec Hens- BlackwallsWhitewalhTubtleu'TubaTypa Open 7 A.M. till 9 P.M. F:I

'.'**''- lay, a drag line operator openIng except Sat till 6 :",
up a new canal in a cane-
Tea Parties eAnd field halfway between Moor Plus Tax I jt!;


I'" Haven It has and been Qewlston.conjectured that \ Li Uy SIIE TYPE FIRST Tie' SECOND Tie B uy ; ,;.' ,i.I i..

.: that Special event the who arrow lived a was* far sped back by a*a he hunter Ice iuuvve 6,70.15 Tubed T Blsckwsll 811.99 sSOO n1NI I I II
0 ubed'T aWhitswsll $11.95 $5,00 1 I
Age Faunce refuse to peg the 1
# '* age but he doe. Insist It must 6.0-1 tubeless Blsckweil $TIbS $3.00ubeleaawhltevnl .

be awfully long ago. In cutting $10.95 $5.00 '
' The facilities of the Inn will help make the occasion more the ditch the dragline operatorshad ,60 ubelss BLckweN $11.95 $5,00 1gV\\ ;
to blast through six tq *"' ub.leu hibwall 520.! fS,00

I memorable by ;relieving the host of the burdens en and' feet bone'of atone went'below and the that.arrow It,n ,, All line plus uut l

?9 would take year figured la the I
Maria with j
of preparation and worry. millions for that much stone to I

form. "'irQStonQ i '
Last week two '(kin diver, L f t t
Art Macais and a man namedKillmanwent NO LIMIT
39 Whether for a complete meal, a cake or hors d'oeuvrea, \ out to the scene' Sup-R-Tuf I # GUARANTEE 'I+ r
of the arrow find, and estimatedthe M awa.a, er eia"raee area l i s sa
the Inn the occasion depth of the stone on the RUBBER ea.a.an"aae.dr.Mf I
-enjoy
I > helps.everyone I el'rim N e"UNerd taring i ,
...,.. side of the ditch. For nearly The same miracle &C id1y1Ai''ya'""' .
a day they searched around In RAl IralAAAxl1[ r; I i ,i iM.Y" i
rubber
&I used
I the mud H-fcetdown. Reachingthrough In ;
19 I '-' .. : '
_i1 the mud at armpit famous Firestone I
l
J.&-RLAN t NOW length they found the tan bone Race Tires for extra QS oh !UMIT Off IIIUS O"UONTHS '
I
animal '
of some on a large layer of prehistoric and Just below -. safety and durability his Greatest Tire Name In Racing =sr.r: ::..::..

the mud. The boat has yet

to Fauna be classified.doe not have the time Priced as shown at flrettone stony 0mp.titiv.ly"pr!< 4atfi *ttone Dealers ande ell s.rvsce ltplayingtheFIni:one sign.Ford's ., .

for extensive exploration himself .
CfiWISTON INN but he is well known a* a ; :
THE collector' ftthe Hendry and .

Glade County; area and people fc Service
bring Urn their find Moet,
of the fasts come from (he,, ,
Clewiaton Florida Telephone YU) 2.3501 cane field drainage ditches and "j

it ; when his dragline friends starts Sugarland Hwy,' .. ..W'Phone YU 2-2861,
cot be wills with aaticl4patioS .40 *
new ;
to J leers what that feucJcf ,.... .4... _. .. .' ... ,

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holds six adults and four children : employed by the library boardto County Sub-office Friday Octo.her k
SIs THE CLWJS'1'ON: NEWS Qetrlatoo J'1L raid Us car keys reversible; without actually eliding It says. assist Mrs. Ford beginning 2nd for non-registered resi lovedof ntss istIi1 Its.

Thursday October 1. 1964I no matter how you insert the The things they'.. done with And, most women will want to October 5, Dr. Weetman con dents.

key, the right tide if upl! fold-down seats! The rear seatsin eluded.
There's new fabrics In theearl some cars will drop out of take the new windshield wipers An all-out effort 1s being TheryFamilyd

appropriately perhaps sight and leave a smooth floor home with them even U they made to get every eligible1.voter

I Know teachers called panti-ctoth: ; it hat the for more luggage or for flshln' do not buy the car. The wipers registered prior to the cloyIng
eliminate members

your they HiHaven CUD
designed
practical qualities of plastic poles golf clubs and water skis. arc newly ; be- of the registration books on OF T1L\.
W.
but feels like cloth and you can There's. one wagon where the that neglected\ area October 3rd. The books will remain wish to thank:

the seat easily it tween the wipers which formed hold homecomingA closed! until after the November for aU the cards, IItti
i Fred Williams was born at move across center seats face each other; the windshield and ,
a blind spot In act, election.Transportation. deeds of kindness
West Point Ca. and is a 1964
,
and
periled Deborah
I wipers run successful Homecoming in her
very long
I graduate of Auburn University keep the entire windshieldclean has been made Mar,'. Hospital star fa
where he received a BachelorOf was held at HiHaven; Baptist available all day Friday, Oct.
Mr
1 Science degree. Air conditioning In orbit In Church Sunday when 2 and those desiring It may tele (Dink, and Mr L. 11.
))
former pastor Rev. C. W. Davis
a phone. Mrs. Anna Mae Jones at Ib4
I : White at Auburn Williams the 65's. Now. you simply! set Hamll. Jr. Joined the pastor YU 2-6821, who Is chairman of baskCARD
want to
it served as a trainer, in the athletic the temperature you Rev Victor Turner and the the committee: '; Dave Patttson
will
department. This background maintain in your car; It evangelist in a day of worship OF
{ at YU 2-2981 or John Corbin at THANia
whether
Is helpful his present keep that temperature and? fellowship. YU 3-2901. :My sincere thanks i is
NOT1CB Is In operation or not. e
the car ed
duties of the Junior to
i coaching NOTICB Of APPLICATION FOR each end
The Htndry County Board of Dinner was served on the every IrIea4
'varsity football team at Clew TAX: IIKKDChapter < County Commissioners will aec and regardless of what the their visits. A1r
I A IM.IC 1"1..... I tan toe grounds at noon, and several cards f1o"era
talon high school. pt .al'" bide until 10:0': A.II. weather may develop. At Presbytery prayers
l. NOTICE I. hereby riven that October IS, II'" for the purhaaa have new Im visitors from neighboring towns which mntrtbutcdh
<< ) 1 Williams Is especially interested WILLIE EVA PATRICK the of two 1M4 or 1ISI Ch.rrolot. Other cars local residents In makingthe : ery while 1
in history and political y y4, holder of the following certificate Ford or OHC. dump provedventflatlonsys'tems joined Rev. Henry H. Ford and O. ospltsal pre II
P hue filed ..141 certificate truck without bodln. window-up occasion: a memorable one.
science which makes for livery for a lax deed to be leeind. Ditallad apoclfleatlona may ba that permit Rev. Hams preached at the R. Brown were In Lake Placid Your klndnessee play ,
tilt tad 8th grade geographyand 1 thereon. The Certificate lumber obtain upon request fromof- driving and avoid the wind- Monday: and Tuesday attending a forgotten ne .
year of issuance, the description tic. of Clark of Circuit Court blown look thereby protectingthe afternoon service.Church meeting of Presbytery. BrownIs
history classes which he and the. In Uewellyn
of the property, name LaBallo, Florida WhItt
.', teaches. He also acts as sponsor ;i which It was aaaesaed are ae delicate hairdos of the the official delegate from the
.....
follows: The board re. the right ladles fresh from the beauty
board of elders of the Community
of the Junior class and the int.No. to reject any or all. bids and to committee ST. 1'ETE1t'S
Key Club. award the contract In the baitIntaraat shops. Presbyterian Church, and LCTBItgM
or. Tr. _...U.* of Handrr Count,.. There's new locking: systemson Rev. Ford Is Its minister mt"UH
The teacher Is a member of 41510 Lot II. BIK. K. Harlem HARVARD & PARKINSON the cars, too. Now you can offer transportation Belle Glide
the first Baptist Church of sec I*. Twp. 4J. Kce 14 Rev. Richard

,: Clewlrton where be teaches Name !.0.0. wkfeaP. -. CN-(OS Chairman push one button and lock or Members of the First Methodist CUD OF THANKS .:30 I.m. Sunday Rosem8ll,
all four doors.
unlock
,
Sunday School.Women. FRED WILLIAMS II Duncan Oct. .. I 1 1114 : Church Christian Social Thanks to our many friendsfor 10:30: .m. Divine WorSh
All of Mid property being In Safety belts will be Installedon Commission are making avail their prayers, cards. flow 8.00:
p.m.
Wednesday
the County of Hendry ltat. .tFlorida. most cars and they'll retract Bail
NOTICE able free transportation to the ers and other thoughtful deeds Class
Unl... such certificate shall I will not bo ......n.lbl. forany themselves neatly out of
will the b. redeemed according ta law debts incurred by Halcn the way when not In use; one ,
: appreciate many the property deeerlbed In. such Fountain
car has a warning light on the
I certificate. will b. sold to the Alonso T. Fountain, Jr.
hl.h..t bldd.r at the CourtHouse CN-$04 dash if the seat belts are not

refinements in '65 automobiles In the door Month on of lh.November firs Honda/1541, Oct. 1, C, U. It, 1114NOTICR in use; the only way to turn It Clewiston Church DirectoryI

which la the Ind day of Noven off Is to fasten your seat belt
ITNDRR FWTITIODSNAME :
ber 1114 There mechanical Improvements
are :
f The men at the drawing going anyway. bated, 1554.DOROTHY this. JOth flay of Sep.temb.r Notlea la hereby STATUTB given that the on the engines, too. CHRISTIAN CHURCH COMMTJNTTT PKESBTTERIAN FIRST BArnsr CHCWI

I boards in Detroit this past year For the 1965's are simply! ir- MOORE CLARK undaraload. daalrlnato engage but the ladies will just take for 21 N. FrsMbee Street 47 Royal Fall Anne 111 E. Ventura ATCIM

f must have had women looking rabtablel! Clerk Circuit Court In bust noss under the fictitious that the will B. J. Goodrich Minister H. Ford Minister
County, FloridaCNO1 name of "CLEWISTON MA granted men see Henry Rev. Bob L. ChrIstIe
: over their shoulder So many The e o lor i are fashion's Hendry RINA", on part of Lots 1 and S, to the motors They're Interested -
of the ideas they placed In the finest and Block T In tha City of Ciewlrton 10:00 Lm.-B1ble School 9:4S: a.m.-Sunday School '::43 I.m.-Sunda School
newest One manufacturer Oct. 1, I, It, II, 1154NOTICE In the appearance the comfort -
.: Florida, Int.nd. to redator 11:00: .BL Communion and 11:00 .nu Morning Worship 11:00: a.nu-Morning
i ., new model automobiles, being reports that 13 of the that name with the Clark of the convenience and styling of Service.
I introduced with quite a flourish II colors: In the '65 line are Circuit Court of Handry County, the automobiles In which they Worship Service. ':00 p.mv-Westminster Fellow. 1:43: p.m.-Training Unloa.

in Clewiston tomorrow were brand new. Another manufac- Florida.FRED 7:30 p,m.-Communion: and ship. 8.00: p.m.-Evening ServlM
E. VANCIL spend much time.
so
The Hendry County Board of
I planned with ,the women In turer decided women shouldnot County Commlaeloners will accept CN-105 And they will find plenty to Worship Service. Wednesday: Wednesday:

I 1 mind. stretch to put their week's sealed bid until 10::0. a.m. Oct. 1, (, II, II, 1554ROTICR satisfy their hearts' desires In Wednesday: 7:30: P.UL-Choir Prattle 7:00: p.m.-Offloeri sad Toe
f Women will be October II, 1 .4. for the pur- 7:30 .im-Bible Study. MeetIn
just as Interested supply! of groceries in and out chaos of one 1114 or laid four the models on display now. p ers .
I as men in the 1965's. If of the trunks of their cars, so door oedaa for u.e by Count Board .f FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "1.00: p.m. Midweek PrnI
The Handry County
I admire he lowered the' trunk lid to the Agent Detailed specification be Publlo Instruction will aceapt COMMUNITY PENTECOSTALHOLINESS !: 331 W. OeeeoU Avenue Service.

I bumber line. obtained upon requeat from nay office calad bids until II: pm. October Library extends CtTCRCH Rev. David Denalow Pastor 1:45: p.m.-Choir Practice.

I th' e little woman along with you S t 111 another manufacturer of Clerk of Circuit Court. surplus S, propartyl U., for ,... following Berth dewktoa I:43 .m.-Churcb: School

when you inspect these new produced a real bonanza In a La The. .board Florida reaervea the rlhtto School Bua No. IT. HIT OMC hour of service Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. -

autos On second thought, you tiny change for which men and reject any or all bid., and toaward anver.Detailed with Carpenter. body, SI pa.- 10:00 a.nu Sunday SchooL 7:00: p.m.-Methodld'Youth ST. MARTDT8 CHCICHEpaMopal
In the b..tnuratHARVARD
may ss well take her; shell be women alike wU bless him. He / the contract Couny specifications, and bid The Clewiston Public Libraryhas 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.Ytialoarshhp. ( )

,\ BON & PARKIN- Superintendent forma on Ha at of the.Publlo office Inetr of tM..- extended Its hours of service 7:43: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 207 N. PaeUle

ChairmanCN non, Courthouse, LaBella, Flor to Include afternoons Monday Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Clark H. Dorman, VIcarWedneadQ' ]
I 7Oct. through Saturday, 2 until 3N Sent Central a....
1a The Board the right : Sunday Services: :
THE CHRISTIAN roaorraa
1 I, 1114 5pm. and evenings, T until II J. J.&ID1na Minister
he' to accept the bait bid and to 7:43: .m.-Prayer Service. .
FELLOWSHIP p
j 7:30 Early Eucharist
1 : a.m.-
Oun' rajact any or all blda. p.m. according to Mrs. H. H.
} is world wide. So on BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Friday: Sunday:
T .
10:30 Family Seine us]
Ford librarian : a.m.- :
i I World-Wide To: Everett L Smith OF HEN- 7:43: p.m.-Youth Service. 10:00: am-Bible School:
pMUNION ion Sunday Christians Clewlaton Florida DRY COUNTTBy The use of the library continues 11:00 Church SchooL

t give" thank for Ton ar. .hereby notified that CARL H. HORNSBT. to Increase with a very notable .m.-WOI'IhI.p. Saints and Holy\ Dan si ia-J
/ i may the following motor vehicle; Carl B. Hornaby, BuperIntandent NORTHSIDE: MBSIONARTBAPTIST 7:00: p.BL-Worship.
.. ... rise In reading of nonfiction Dounced.
j ''J 1 an unbroken family of sacs F." Oldamobll Model and Becrataryto Wednesdays
faith remembering 104* will bo sold at publlo aate. the Board, by the younger folks according CHURCH Confessions by appolntarat |
1 their Lord at Hit table in every part of the earth. "For we at First Bank of Clewlitan on Sept: ,." 1554NOTICE to Dr. L. M. Weetman 304 N. Francisco Street 7:30: p.m..-Mldweek devotions

: being many are one bread". 1 Corinthians 10:17.: Noon.the Tth The day proceed of October of the ll..sale. at chairman of the library board Rev. Julian Pope and Bible Study. -

will bo applied. first to the payment or APPLICATIONFOR "We would like very much -to 1.43: a.m.-Sunday School -
TAX DICED BAPTIST CHCICI |
/ Community Presbyterian Church of the costs of retaklna-, Cha..n 154.te ..I..... .t.....aNotice Increase the use of our libraryby 11'00 a.m.-Morning Worship.fc.30 CALVARY
j., etolrna- and aal* of laid motor la hereby given that CoK. CHUKCHI Of JESUS: CHRIST South dewlitoa
businessmen and would : < p.m.-BTC.
vehicle and the coat of publlca.lion appreciate -
f 407 Royal Palm Avenue notlee of ale and thento J>Jrk... the .holder of the following APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor
of
"..tlfloat.. has filed said their assistance In 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship! a'm.-8uDda.
satisfaction of the balance Boith CtowMn School
the f:4S
HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister. due under the contract certificates for a tax dead to be helping the library secure ref Wednesday: :

l 8.4S: A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL11:00: A.M. WORSHIP covering the financingof aald laabed thereon.and pars The of eerliflalenumbers issuance erence books the businessmen 7.30: p.m.':'Prayer Service. Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 11:00 a.m.-Worihlp ServIce.

motor vehicle. Any surplus will 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School 7:00: p.m.Baptlit Training
and will remain .. the deacrlptloa' ol the property men would use, Dr. Weetman
be paid to you you :
SERMON SUBJECT and the namea la which. assessed Union.
liable for any balance remalnlnsr paid CHURCH OP GOD 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.
unpaid under laid eon are aa follower Mrs. S. H. has been Tuesday; 1:00: p.m.-Worship Servle
"One Great Fellowship"The trCt Cert. He. Tea Stalls. lit haUl Fields Arena*

\ Lord's Supper FIRST BANK OF CLSWt 1 U 1SS1Xante walekn Rev. H. M. Long 7:30: P.BL Prayer Meeting Tuesday

18TONClewlaton -l..l.. aaaeaaed 10:00: nv-cmnday School Friday: :, 1.00 p.m.-BrotherhoocL
8.00: P.M, Youth Fellowship Fla, Except. SlUf of Luther" LoweB741 7:30 Wednesday
: p.m.-Young People's
CN-(OS 11:00: a,m.-Morning Service.
Oct. 1, 1M4A menu of only NITS lot improves 1 Blk S 7:30: pm.-Evening Warship Meeting.HIHAVEN 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer.

All of said property being In Wednesday .Thursday:
j !,/ the County of Hendry. State of Pr aetlce.:
1.00 p.m.-QIo1r
;! Florida. ;flis SUPREMEAll 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. BAPTIST' CHURCH :
Unless such certificates I shall Friday: -
be redeemed according to law Highway 72t
: tha property deeorlbed\ In such 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En ASSEMBLY Of
eartlflcataa will be sold. to the of man's achievements deavor. Rev. Vie Turner Pastor CLEWISTON
highest bidder at the Front door dwindle Into Insignificance( 9.43: a.ra-Sunday SchooL GOD

I'I of day the. In City the Hall month on the. of first October.Men. when placid alongside nnOVAH-SWlTNES8E1: : 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship, ''m'lHUa J'raDc\ICI\ Steee)

1514 which la the Ith. day of Christ11 matchless love. 0:43: p.m.-Training Union
Pesky
I October, 1114 at 11:00 o'clock Kingdom Hall-417 W, El Paso S:.00 James F. Klmbrel
p.nu Evening Worsoip.
A.M. I R. Osbora
''I j j"t Dated this Ith Day of September .:I.W:40: iI1111ll'B i'lll; t Wednesday: Sunday: s School
Sunday: Watchtower Study 10:00 a.nvunday
.....
; .. official title S:00 p.m.-Prsyer Meeting. Wonhtp.!
) Ill'n.tur.In. 1.13: p.m. 11:00: a-m.-Morale*

F Marie Deputy C Clerk Webb 9-43: AM. Tuesday Bible Study 1:00 p.m.. 11:00: a.m.-hlldren"O-: (

.. (SEAL I ,Sunday School Thursday Ministry School 7:30: _7:30: p.m._EvsngeUstlc\ Senrw,

'.. ; I CN BepU-41 10*, IT. 14, Oct. 1, 1114NOTICB 11:00: A.M. pm. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Wednesday:

/ "t Morning Worship Service Meeting 1:30: p.m. Hooker Paint ,7:43: tUJL-Chrlst'i Ambaisi*

Ir 1 'Living Under a Covenant"! Paul Strickland, Pastor on.Thursday .

r The Handry County Board of ST. MARGARETS CflUXCH 10:00: a.m.-SuocIay School :. ,
Commlielonera will receive <::13PM.
County BIB!*
Father Robert A. HostlerS sad
aaalea bide until IS:00 AM. I Training! Union 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship '::30 p.m.-Prayer
October IS, 1S<4 for the erection, ( :00 a.m. & Too: p.m.-Sunday Wednesday: Study.
of on. rated building Oft Bountyproperty 7:30: P.M.
located at Clawlaton I k Mass. 7:00: p.nu Prayer Meeting. Friday

'j' ., Airport. Clewlaton, Fla. Evening Worship too: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass Saturday <4:00<: p.m.-Royal Rloaen
Detailed apeclflcatlona are on "The Promise of the End" '
7:00
: .m.-I'lrlt Friday Mass. 7:00: -Youth Boys.
I \ file In the office of Cleric of pra. Meeting
Circuit Court In LaBelle, Fla Observance of the
\I j The Board reserves the right Lord's Supper
1 : to reject any or all hide, and to

Ky award interest the of contract Hendry to the beat Prayer Meeting This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:
PARKINSON;
8:00 P.M.
I HARVARD 8. : Wednesday

1I I 1 Chairman CorornliiloneraCN Board of County Supervised Nursery Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc.

-4Bept 8W
t
14, Oct. 1. 1114MOTICB Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete! Department

: I eI Phone WS01
I. t J TO CO! TllACTOHaSKWAfaU Federal
\ sl COIA.SKT10N," STSTBM FirstBAPTIST j jr I Tractor G'dd' Clewiston
Kelly Co.
i : ADDITION. NO.' a LOAN ASS*
: I 1 CITY OF CLKWISTON. FLORIDA CHURCH' I Phone 14301 SAVINGS
CONTRACT' HO.. 4 r
S

l 1 e / .. Healed by proposals the undertlired. will be at the received VENTURA AT CENTRAL Pridgen CkiesService tore Ro yaI.s I Inc.

office of the City of Clewlaton I ... Bob L Christie. Pastor If Easy to Pay
IM1. ....
Florida" until 5:10: -
October IS, 1114 at which. time The Giddens Way"
'iI .ed place they will be publiclyopened
I and read aloud. The
work for which these proposals
d are to be submitted eon.l.t. of
.on.'naotlo.f an estenaloa te
the sewage collection system In

\ cludingone All materials lift furnlahed elation. and. all. Hare lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.

t work performed shall bo In accordance
with plane, apeclflca, ,
Give them the best,7 lions and contract doonmenta
pertaining thereto which may be
I examined at the office of the I
City Manger. at tha City BalkClewleton.
Florida, or at the office
whole house comfort is yours of Gee and Jensen, Conault- Of
Inc Enclneera.. Ino. I01S Okae- Complete line
chobee Read Wes Palm Beach
< Florida. One copy of the docu-
; WINTER SUMMER! manta, Includla blank bid forma
or r to !be executed and submitted Building Material
with a propeaal. may be obtained
from the office of 0.. and
Jeaaon, Ccnaoltlnt Enclneera.Inc
., vpon payment of |1S.SO Blue
# bpuant : state sales: lax a total of
: : : ( 131./5 a set which amount will .

not be refunded. -
A eertlfted or eaahler eheekon
a national or state bank or a h { small
bid bond In a sum of not lose N For large or

central heating and cooling will protect than five percent (I*) .of the n ,d
: amount ot the bid mad. payableto radio
\ the City et, Clewlaton shall concrete jobs our
,' accompany each bid aa a suarantee -

family from weather discomfort withdraw that from the bidder the competition will not controlled trucks will

\ : your after cpenlnc of bide and In
la awarded
event that the contract
to the bidder he will .nter tr deliver needs,quick
Into contract and furnish the required L t your

which: performance he shall forfeit bond I ,the falllnr hid I 1 ly. sand efficiently
GAS CO. deposit a* liquidated, damacea.
GLADES All heads shall be executed by a rt V _
fully authorised. surety, licensed I
by the State of Florida. -
The City reeorvea the right. te
1 Dan McCarthy waive any Informalities. and te .
t : reject any er all blda.
J CITY OF CLE1rtSTOM.
:;

i # ; Cfcwfctan, Fl** FLORIDA 7tc. F. Blair, 9ilh 24111
2-1311
YU
1 Phone CN-/NCity Kaaaier e .- Haiti st.CIewiaioDg

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POSITION WANTED Local aawliton. Florida THE: CLEWISTON. NEWS Page T suspended $15 fin against Bob

resident desires year around Thursday, October 1, 19644JJ' S. Moorman provided he remove
accounting petition. Accounting cutouts from Ms car
CLASSIFIED degree and sit years experience Three cases disposed of by
ADS In all phases of accounting and City Judge Charles Miner Jr.

office management Reply) ACCOUNTANT Wednesday: : September 23 Included
Box 1238. dewls- W. D. Green< public
ton. Octle drunk, $25; Arthur Lee Moor
HEAL ESTATE found of DWI i
man was guilty
FOR Va4
TOUT SALE MobBe How
lUTES: NEW-two bedroom CBS con FOR SALE-two small houses and given 10 days to file s new
TOteDII 1163
Immaculate 2 bedrooms,
ANNOUNCEMENTS I
woril per In.erUoD. struction. $8,500.NORTBSIDE3 white perfect for storage. IMISC, motion; and Joyce Norman Button \
ea es. cure; lout 1o1 Phone YU 27992. kitchen dining room completely
nJnImum oedroom frame. OctSp war found guilty of DWI and '
price of thrH.J'IIONE Furnished. furnished and act-up on lot. BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.Very "
Immaculate. 15
for tile FOR SALE-3 bedroom house $4,350. Financing arranged for sentenced to $150 or days
NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, In Best Work- and license revoked for 90 day.
Pahokee.
yflko.3.1201whole Cash down qualified buyers. Models open
pay We Save You Money second similar was
19.000. A charge
ment or would accept late. dally to I. Sunday after church
umss +FW ACREAGE as available. Plastering Simulated Stone none processed. '
model Oewlston
house Trailer
.- trailer finance bal Sales phooe
Stucco-Free Estimate!:
alii
ela IfIed 5 ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM. i
&be ance. Phone YU 26651. YU 1-2M1. tic
M. e1o.tDts .. bath frame home. Hardwood Licensed and Insured !
t DP OctlSc
neairt. floors. 25 Years In Business Boys in service k
f *lie Newt 325 FHA HOMES In Broward. FOR SALE two 2 bedroom -I 3830 Lora Street ;

tames meat bep,4 Palm Beach and Dada'counties apartments also 2% acres of Fort Myers, Fla. Uo

ad? be.tre.fir before We4lleF Small, various cash payment sixes and prices. *land.*& South dewlston. Oct.22pIIijItII YU 2- HOMER M. COX ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 Robbins decorated .

..,. FOR RENT Efficiencies and RE LISTENED CITRUS TREES: SLIP COVERS!: and drapes. Custom for merit service : '

'houses as available.: FOR SALE!:-Ready to '0. J. made Complete line of .
Over 1.000 vacant lots to select M. Tomlliwon not Fist. I1hone drapery and slip cover fabrics Captain JQhn R. Robbins US.

from for all purposes. Various FOR RENT two bedroom RE: 5-2788 rte Free estimates. Can YU I-5a31. Air Force has received a decoration .
prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Van Oothern't Custom Furnitureand for meritorious service, I"
trailer 1 bedroom trailer 1 FOR SALE 18 ft. ten yana
Upholstery tic presented by MaJ. Gen. Charles I
!: AND INCOME bedroom '
apartment, furnished.
l nIAND GREATER THAN PROPERTY. Phone YU 2-4064 tic boat, motor and trailer. $295. H. Terhune Jr., commander '
for souses, sorest' : 509 Commerico Court, Ehrllch's Aeronautical System Division at '
EVER I. We have eurtomeri $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Re- AL FULLER TraDer Park. Up SOT. W. O. TERRY, ef the Clewiaton, Fla. Highway Patrol Wright-Patterson Air F o r e '

LIst your properV with cent CBS construction. $23.000. FOR SALE two refrigeratorsgood Display Auxiliary unit reeelrea a certificate, for merltfeu aerrloefrarn Base, Ohio on September 21.
-
flitIDI. Ph. ro LONG TERM low Interest. FOR RENT-one and two bed- of the I
t Beardsleyban. condition. Phone YU Treeper Dave Temllnsoa.Certlflcate: are presentedeach Captain Robbins son
a I. UclOR farm cane grove and ranch room trailers also large late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robbins -
6801. OctlD year for the entataadinfmember el each unit Ferry Is
mortgages, minimum 150000. shady spaces. City sewerage. received the Air Medal
a peat exMBllve officer and I preveatty aervlag flntaergeant.
$ALE-Z bedroom house. LISTINGS NEEDED!: No pets dewlston Trailer Park. FOR SALE-From the Estate of as for sustained aerial flight a* a
L & Cr.wrord. YU 2403.tic. J. ... LANKFORD YU 22661. Uo Glenn E.!: (Fat) Etherton. One STAFF PHOTO pilot In the Republic of Vietnam

Keg. Real Estate seeker FOR RENT 18' boat and trailer 19S8 60 ClassifiedsSewing from September 18 to Decem
House $85 '
OT LOTS ON LAKE 530 East!: Sugarland Highway month, 3 bedrooms. one bath.per HP. .Evlnnide motor. 1959 It Speeding charge Tomlinton laid Tuesday that ber 19 1963. During this period
) HP Evinrude motor. 1675. One Bradford had plead guilty to said the General, his airmanship
K sale *" *.ch.fIrmI Tire Auto and General Can D. W. Judd after 5 pm.
for ?Lake Insurance YU 3-2081. motor cycle 1963 Moped. Rea- speeding and paid s $35.N fine and courage aided In the.ucce.sful
**"' OctSc: motorist
,1/E dowD. Uc Oewliton. Fla. Ph. YU I-Z1I1 sonable. Phone YU 2.2821 or YU Machine angers for speeding and was being heldon accomplishment of
fIadd HO 54035. FOR KENT One bedreom 2-4211. Ue the resisting arrest with violent combat support mission under
'
Repairs Eugene'Bradford 17. of Ft.
house. Phone YU 2-6881. tie charge.Six extremely hazardous conditions.
FOR SALE-Chord organ with Lauderdale la In county Jail other motorists felt the
Capt Robbins I II a native of
FOR RENT-One bedroom mobile table and bench. $84.50. Hold- SINGER awaiting posting of $1.000 bond sting of the speedwatch duringthe DeLand was reared In dewls-

I home. Call YU 21238.tfe ridge Music North Francisco. as the.result of his surest Sunday several hours It was In operation ton and graduated from dewls- :!i '
Business Directory Sales Service evening for ,
YU 24781. Itfl speeding according west of dewlstott that ton High School. He attendedthe !oj
to Trooper Dave Tom- j
TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or FOR SALE Walnut table, Parts Rentals llnson. night University of Missouri and :

trailer space for rent FairGrounds chairs, and buffet. $75. YU a- Brand new touch and sew Cpl. E.!: R. Lawman of FL entered the service la March I
GOULD BROS. Trailer Park. Phone 1061. tic machines on display at Myers and Troopers Tomlinsoa City docketIn 1943 and was commissioned In ,'
CARS January, 1950.' He served in '
JOHNSON CAJUTHERS RADIO It TV
3-3044. Jack
Uo and Tart of Moore Haven .
Slale tad 313 South PAINT STORE JAMES!: T. GAUNT. Jr. Glades Merchant! Co Authorized were conducting: one of their city court Wednesday Sep Korea, Japan and Vietnam, returning ,jj)
NEW!: APARTMENTS-One and Singer agent la store tember 16 from the latter duty to !
tnnsportatlon for your FOR SALE Parakeets $100 periodic electronic speedwatche -' Judge Charles E.!:
Kurt money Licensed Contractors hared two bedroom. AlrcondlUoned.: up. Mynah birds African lovebirds every Saturday, Please call that evening and Bradford: Miner. Jr. assessed a fine of Wright-Patterson. ;: ,

fti, side of Miami FREE: ESTIMATES Call YU 24675. tic monkey, cages, supplies.Pet YU :2-6441 or come In 108 was clocked at TO mph. according $15 for careless driving and : I

FOR KENT!: -Trailer* end Trait boarding Thompson. Wild Bond Street Uo to officers After being causing an accident to Ray C. Sock hop FridayThere tr
DealerCARITHERS 3Uft; E. BntarltBd Hwy er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Animal Farm Phone YUkon Sm stopped and given a ticket for Medford; suspended a 125 or S
TNT rule ; tie the offense, Bradford said that day sentence for s similar will be a Sock Hop In :
Park Phone YU 1-2603. Ue
brae TU Will he was unable to post a 135 charge against Roosevelt Davis the Lewiston High School gymnasium

( FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished FOR SALhr-PaynO envelope, House For Sale bond. Trooper Tomllnion. after however charged Davis $75 Friday night October .
apartment Phone 2- printed with torn for social placing the man under arrest, or 5 days for leaving the scene 2. Immediately after the game. .: '
LIMO and TVIUrd SEE: US mRBOTTLED 127L Uo security, withholding and other Two Bedroom was attempting to search, him of an accident found Edgar Admission will be SOc stag and :

WITH SERVICE GAS deductions. dot of MO. dewlstoa LARGE LOT and met with resistance during Texton not guilty of leaving the 75c for couples. All students of t
FOR RENT Small house. Furnished News cfflev. U which time Bradford bit scene of an accident and failureto dewiston High and their dates I
I Bckdl! Bldf. 108 Bond St:, AppliancesSalesService or unfurnished, $35 $8,500.00 Tomllnson on the left arm. Assisting report Injuries; charged are invited. I
YU J-6441 per month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 ALL MAKES!: 21" USED TV Nerth ef Hlfhway Tomlinson was Auxiliary Daisy Hill $900 court coat for The dance Is sponsored by I I.enlor.
!Phone E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson SETS. Guaranteed." $11.U Patrol Lieutenant John Corbln. having no valid driver's license; .. ,
tic down $14.04 per month. LAKE: DadeMonroeRealty \\I : I
CLEWISTONTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION APPLIANCE CO YU 1-T15L tic

SALES FOR nlihed RENT, single- person.Apartment Jack fur L. FOR SALE Used trombone lot W. Ssgarlaad Highway Harlem Community News i'' : I I

Scott 220 E. Arcade. Ue $4950. Holdridge Music YU YtJkeIa t-xm c

New & Used YU 33101BENDa1' FOR RENT 5 room house fur 2-4781. ito 'fj I l
MRS. JANIX S. GAJADHA Colored News Edits: Phone YU 2-7831 I
nished. Call YU 21236.
US Z1 E. Y1322661WALDRON'S .

COUNT Ue EDWARDSPlumbing Obituary for Registration at the officeof gram ,was rendered: ;t, :

Title & Abstract Co. FOR RENT Modern 4 room Funeral services: for the late Registrar at the court house Song How Firm A rounds. ''', I I

Tttto AHtraee.-1UIe faseraaeerablie furnished apartment available RepairReplacements Spencer Johnson were conducted. In LaBelle why don't you go tkmInvocation .,,'
BATS AND GROCERIES!: !: Steoerrap8erTbeteeepytag Oct. 1. Reasonable rate. Adults Sunday afternoon Sept. 27, over and register The book Rev. M. M. Ham .\:
Duplicating only. Phone YU 3-2854. Itc WILL TRADE .Iota er acreage 1984 at the County LIne A.M.E. are open, until Oct S, 1964. The ilton. Principal, East!: LaU I
Open 7 sm. to 1 p.m. Bridge St. sad Tart Ave.LaBeOe. for'good Lake lot to build a. Installation, Church Rev. O. Dldley officiating. time la drawing near do it tomorrow School Pa) oke. '.-.: .

S3toSp.m.2z Fla.' P. O. Rex <4IOKi cabin on In Lake Placid. Bill Trouble .don't put it off any Solo Miss lola Hbtsttoa ,
.f> 1-1111 'MOBILE. HOMES I FOR $SALE Blum 1830 Lora St, Ft.My.re. Shooting Program longer remember to be a first Occasion. Mr. W. C. Taykv ST. '; 'j.
Days a Week: Fla. tic "Septic Tank ASpecialtf Hymn class citizen you must be" reg Greetings i fl

(CLOSED: EVERY TUESDAY: ) Prayer ......-. Rev." McGhee: istered. and vote. Introduction of Speaker The t'I
EVINRUDESale FOR SALE or RENT 10'x43' MRS. W. T. ,BDomBYffiiscelcaneous Scripture Rev. 0. Dldley Pleas*'take. advantage of) this ,Honors***tEmmett- Robtxrtit 'I
Fee Tour Spur of Moment : two bedroom house trailer. Call YU 24711 Selection Favorite Hymn opportmrtn*ont 11 U pa as 701'' ,ifitikte .Rapre*.4atrfe. 'I> .j
Picnic Talk Deacon C. Wash by. Palm BeHh.l' JAddress. f
Call YU S-2K1. OctSc ,325 E. VenturaMOTEL Short :
to Ides East: of Oewlstan and Service Wanted A Neighbor Mr. George Ham ..,The Honorable Lake I

Bar Beach J. D. DYAL Solo Mrs. Rose KelleJ1 Chveh News <'LyUl.' OoBttmJasener., Palm (
New aced Used ...... Acknowledgement, cards telegrams Greater Friendship Bapttit -.. \.IM.CIUIItI- : 1 j f I

Attention Cattlemen Mark Harewar FOR SALE-10'x48' 1 bedroom WANTED-Responsible personto Mrs. Elizabeth: Bam Rev.,!...&. lltng paler 5olo"Bless; : ThUl Bouse" .. !
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Farts sad .Accessaries'Kstfise Peerless Trailer. Pacific Trailer take over bank payments Presentation of flowers Mrs.: Sunday:School M,.,*-1:30,9: Deacon Mr. Leroy WIMsma. i .'ii'' ,

ate II ft. One te immlUUtem Safety BvdpaaeslPkeae Park. YU M981. Oct22p on Tretsch Electric!: Guitar and Small motel and house Carrie Wright A. A.;Beekton;; aupt ;Presentations Guest OffVcers. > i .

Mb with s keg tars TTAae S4S11 FOR SALE-4S'!: >10' trailer. 1959 Amplifier. Save $200. Holdridge all completely furnished Obituary Missionary' A, L. B.T.UJ'IOO P.M.. Mrs. Susie Architect and Contractors ti'' i
In..bu, Uw .Wins rates, New Moon. Phone YU 1-2164. Music North Francisco YU 2- thawing good Richardson Becktoo president '
operating
I i with R. E. WALDRON 'Od'p 4781. Ho Eulogy ....._ Rev. 0. Dldley Morning Worship 11.00: A.M. Benediction: _.. Rev. E.: Coffle i'I '
neons). The deceased was a native of Calendar Events 'I
Mr:Cornelius D. Foster Master I
Federal. Land Bank Perfect for family looking Hobo, Ala., he_came to dewiston. Monday.. Senior Missionary Society of Ceremony f
I j for small investment to 1946. will meet at the home of Refreshments were served a I I Ii
Bee If Writ For' prompt. Efficient: give additional income. He leaves to mourn his passing Deacon and Mr. Jessie Johnson '

W. I MAY Borne deliver six sons, two daughters, i
r>f','l'JIII1ILUII IIELUD GRAVELY Priced $30,000 fourteen grandchildren and a Circle No. 1 will meet at the '
In M WaleaU BoOdteg host of other relatives and home of Mrs. Mattle Rhodes Johnson Cars i '
In_.... rlerM, Call Bobby GiddMbs
with CIS little CIS friends. Tuesday TOO: ... Junior Mission '
Yos-mt The remains were buried In win meet at the<< home of Mr. State Road 831 South .i- I I

KEEPSlON; I $5,000 down Booker Washington Memorial and Mrs. Jehovah Moody. Circle Most transportation for your j

: Williams Electric Cemetery. No. 3 will meet< at the homeof money t this! side of Miami! I

Tampa I Tribune wIn Take Home or Load Reddick: Funeral Home .-... la Mrf. Mattle Owens
lealn. AD APIIUueea As Down Payment Charge of Arrangements Wednesday Too: PM. .. No. 1
""Weal CMtraetlaff :
sad Choir Rehearsal I
*. WHiais Faee 21321HATHCOCK'S s.. your local broker *Aettvltlee at Harieto: Academy I Thursday 5 P.M. Youth Mission
Julia's
Ft,Myers'' or contact Plans are under way for avery will meet at the hem of
successful night class for Mrs. Vera WhltOeld, 7 P.M., Beauty Nook .

,News Press Nom''. Chuck BundschuLEE Interested adults. A large group, Prayer meeting, come to gain FOR THAT NEW: LOOK .. :
1 :
"W COUNTY Is expected when classes begin more power
IIBrAUlANr[ MIES 8EKTTCK Borne DeliveryW. MOKTOAGESFt Tuesday night, Oct 6. Friday Too: PJU. No. 2 'Tinting. Styling. Cutting. No
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l'rAnONv i Ranes a CAMPBELL!: I Choir and Usher Board No. 2will 'Appointments Friday sad
Myers -
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Dab News Saturday
Phone JmlATTENTION' meetSaturday
"'" ALL MARY'
W* lITer Qeee I OJJord 4-2114<< Box 1408 The Friendly Christmas Saving '::00 P.M. Wom- Tee w........ CaB JM1JMr

ceft J dub will bold its next meeting en's Chorus Rehearsal *. Julia II..... Freprleter
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 7:00: P.M. Teachers' meeUb,.
6,6 HPGt.Talyslsoswesps.eersie. Leroy Williams, In the behalf asking all teacher to be present
of Mrs. Doretha Hill. and on time Deacon A.
f Spraying FORSALE We are hoping that all members A. Beckton will be In chargeOn ,Harlem Club ,
will be present, Oct I, at the sick: Hit are Curtis Favorite Mixed Drinks,Fried I
farmers IaWDlo baaIa... .TIle the usual hour. (Bob) Law and J. Craig, confined chicken: FIsh Hamburger
Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK workDImaIW! Mrs. Anal Jones, at Hendry General Hospi and other Sandwiches

= u ReporterThe tal. Convalenclng at home are Recorded Music
TO THE FUTURE AND Popular Bands
R Mrs. Elnora
tooI Humphrey Mrs.
an drln to the ... Will WaOaeeHilton's
ladies of the H.M.N. win Mr. Mr*
WISELY S Call!. White. Mrs. Mange Kerr .
avagsble-4ita
PLAN YOURFINANCING hold their next meeting at the ..........
do ALL fftt&StcrsvilvdoesDHslveap 2]/ Acres Elite Cafe Tuesday evening and Mr. Sadie.Crawford

I t"'r. C.at Farm PJI- Sept 1. at 730. All membersare
Mertp.- Open U-

Si1al lID Clash II.\n LOAN .h.a! Ih. ,ola, "* "5 Acres' asked Mrs.to be Lottie present William The Progressive Finance Company Grocery
Ora yssl .... and the
T. .
touch1A& Everglade Progressive ;
.. f lltA>l Reporter Groceries. F' r e h Meets
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Refinance debt., 70CJr tough Join w.q Citizen Inc heW Open Vegetable Cold Drinks Essential :
S >?> .aee fans bII nfta... ew sas par 25 ,Acres Card ef Thanks House. Sunday afternoon, Sept Items

alert wbd saaehlnea sad Install brrtfatJoa. NO BELTS! We wish to our sincere 27 when they entertained their W* appreciate your patron- '"
express
Aulat II pare'-- II a I..p II' ,... Muck Land thanks and friend In their new offices 324
deep
appreciation
i
S tr.a4MraTtantee.BBtElite 1 ..
hrchsie S0UthwesIFllthSt.Bell.Glade .
C mere .._ NO CHAINS! to our many friends In i I

lit, LAiD Prnlde B j. LOAM let'tile- Sara ....rprt.e. 640 Acres OewlstoB Belle Glade LaBelle Fla. The fallowing pro- 1'' I

1.\1 AU. 'THEsE Tallahassee and other communities t '
ADVANTAGES for their kindness at the !
J; Leer j ssraeata.I Tractor We Challenge J280 Acres time of the passing of our mother 'I

Jl"tr ten Ilepen4able service (servtag agrlcmltera sxehdvelyJM7) $357.00 3500 Acres Thomas,We are l1'I1efullndeecl :: :
to erne' ). COMPARISON for all the flowers cards sod NEW LOCATION ,". I
L r.u Dftp.,.... BrlvBegee wttteet pesltl.s TOOLS anA every set of kindness Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets ''
Le'll rotes hr teed Neali hJDIU with Mad tarsi.I ;FINANCE PLANBarry's May God continue to bless :r, I
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..ftIt.re. DadeMonroeRealty each and aS of 101.Reapectful17\ Borne Cooked Food. Sandwiches Cold Drinks. Candles. J I'I J j
: 1
2' L e.. be II tenIee te yon please wrtte'a pb..e Cookies IDeS Ice Cream I
HU. Mgr. er DOTLK: E. ABBOTT List Mgr. The Reddick- : 'andThomas Exclusive Atmosphere ': '

Federal GRAVELY Tractors, Inc. families Service with a smile l ..TJoat '

Land Bank',Association 4067 Palm Beach Blvd. SM W. Sagaria Hl
OX '4-1422 YTJkaai .S-M41 I am a registered voter, are I
of Bradenton Fort Myers Phone yiwT YUkon 2.7651

'Ioq TU-ZtSl BRADENTON. n.&. U not the boob ar* now open.*-



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HP, a state senator In Wisconsin.The selected to attend college next
I THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston. Florida member of the Moore Haven Social
latter had seen the nameof September to prepare for their security
He member of the
Thursday, October 1, 198tI Lodge. was a the local man in a legal publication naval careers
Clewlston Chamber of Com- officer
and because he never Application forms are available hereDrugs
merce, and of the Independent before had contact with one at local high schools and S0eIaISecurity
Pioneer Association, re
: Telephone with a name identical to hit Navy Recruiting Station or w11l be In paneey
r Federal suit FCD tax levy and a life member of the David Oct. 7 CleWistoD
on Laird Chapter of Telephone own he wrote a friendly note from the Chief of Naval Personnel and 21 to talk
I He said he once bad met another Department of the Navy, pie seeking inf rms100 Yillh Dev
Pioneers of America.
I John Potter, but not a Washington, D.C. 20370. coverage, on their
involves Parkinson served He Is survived by his wife,
Hendry l be
; Llllie Lee, whom he married In John M. Potter. Personnel .vailable It lilt

t November 1929, a daughter, t r The Clewlston Potter answered Prevent fires, Sugar Corp fnom f9 the Vg
solon's letter, saying the
Mrs. Frank (Barbara) Sparling. the ::30
Indian River, 10
41.33
(County Commission chairman Highlands, ; BOOn on those IZ
Harvard S. Parkinson was 60; Lee 6714; Martin 75.: Mon- Miami, a son, William A. contact was a "first" with him governor asksAn will be on hand dates 'l'hfJlIJo!

,''l'I '1 served with summons In the roe, 4719; Okeechobee 57; Orange Moore, Jr., Altamonte Springs, too, although he had seen a John university all-out effort to prevent and Dec 2. 18 Nov, 4 Ind >4The.
of his
three brothers, Ernest, of Tennessee Potter on the roster and 30.
civil: action In U.s. District 54.; Osceola 100; Palm, initial "flaming tragedies" has been district
Court in which all counties in Beach, (0; Polk 80; St Luck John of Montana and I -with the middle asked by Governor.FarrU Bryant Pain\- Beach office 11 1a Nan

the Central and Southern Flood 80, Seminole 90; and Volusla, Tom of Michigan, and five "D"At, in proclaiming: Fire Prevention -
tIr
Control District, and all officials 42.02. grandchildren ) any rate, the similarity Week. Oct 4-10.
Funeral services were conducted i a1 has resulted In the meeting -
} concerned with tax assessments ari names The governor said that almost' ,
1, In those counties, are defend Saturday afternoon by t of a couple new pen pals. 11.500 people will die by five in employed i in
ants and the City of North Miami Services held the Rev. David A., Denslow In this country (this year and at
Beach and several citizensare the First Methodist Church, and least six, times that number wildlife
plaintiffs. the Masonic order was In' Navy sets Dec. 12 will suffer painful and disfiguring studies

(f.The suit Is brought to force for ,W. A. Moore charge of graveside was In services.Interment Ridgelawn. burns FIsh The Game and Fresh Pets
a uniform percentage of assessments lei, pointed out that Oct 9 Commission Is
of taxes within the 18 William A. Moore, retired Home Cemetery was, Pattlson In charge.Funeral l for NROTC exam"Vice marks the 93rd anniversary of leg with tranQu1lWna experlms and III-1
counties comprising the Flood the Chicago FIr. In'which 200 esthetlzlngmanagement drugs
In
of Inter County Trie- 11_
manager SEMINOLE SCHOOL GIKL8 model dresses they made daring
Control District, In order to relieve phone System and a 20-year Admiral B. J. SEMMES persons died and more than
taxpayers in Dade county resident of Clewlston, died last a summer enrichment program at Big Cypress Reservation. Jr;, Chief of Naval Personnel, $170,000000 in property was The drugs may be Used 6Ir,,
ordered to .. Helen Jamle shown at right. taunt the class. three basic
; which was recently Wednesday a few hours after New books placedon .n announced today that the 19th destroyed. purposes: esPtur1nc'''
1 I double Its valuations to bring Its suffering a heart attack at his Others are, left te richii: Vraaces Jumper; Mabel Jim, Linda annual national competitive examination deer, turkey and other wig III-'

assessments to 100% of value. home. He was 62 years of age, Copptdce and Linda TommieSTAFF PHOTO for the Regular Naval Where does mesh for removal from dens'
Only one other county In FCD, library shelves Reserve Officers Training your populated areas to other areal:

Osceola, assesses at 100 percent bers at the meeting, along with Corps will:be ,lven on December food money go? that conditioning need restocking; for lilt In,
valuation on. of local, high school seniors wild animals i
12. Eligible
Public Daughter four mothers. lei
Clewlston Library has Mrs. Gladys Kendall We in
marketIng
County attorney of the 18 a and graduates should submit captivity for PIIrpoIeS ,
Its of
The club hopes to expand
placed the following books on specialist, Florida propagation,
counties have tiled a petitionto I Irresident'stas their applications before Agricultural : prolonged i
who IIucly
membership with girls are
its shelves recently; and
Extension Service educational
dismissed from
have the case says
the federal court on the grounds ADULT NON-FlC'110NI! ; in the 5th through 12th grades. November .201Designed' that marketing specialists with for making It possIble exhibits to C)
that the plaintiffs have not exhausted A History of Mexico--Parkes Any girls in these age brackets to supplement the Ihe U.S. Department of Agriculture wild animals with ease III '
The Great Design-Melgs Mrs.'Charlotte : who are interested should be at officer output of the Naval Academy field so that the
Aubrey
the avenues of relief afforded ;laugh recently shopped for some they may be :
to them In the state The Origin of Life-Keosian ter of L fe. M L Goodwin, of the Scout House at 4 o'clock the NROTC program 90) food items following a mod for reproduction, dTseMtanJother
courts and agencies. Four against Everest-Satire Clewlston, had a starring role Tuesday, Oct. 6. mikes it possible for a young erate-cost food plan an average biological purpose syld
: "'The suit claims that the taxpayers Crisis in Black and White-Si- in "Kiss Me Kate( at Mountain man to earn a regular com family of four might use. out danger of Injury either toi
of North Miami Beach berman Playhouse in, Johnstown, mission 'white studying at the' Here is what they foiuuU the animals or to personnel.
and all Dade county are denied Anyone Can Fly-Bergman Penna this summer. Mrs. Good Vets Info Service civilian: college of his choice Meat poultry, fish, and eggs
I The Little Kingdon-..Hughie Call win visited her from among the 52 colleges with took 40
due process of law and equal daughter during By FRANK E. VELTRE % of the money Vegetables MAGICAL
I protection of the law because Satellites and What They Do- the run of the musical and had County Service Office aq NROTC Unit. All tuition, and fruit were the next HousewifeWiU: that cteJ

they are assessed by FCD at Hendrlcks'on the pleasure of seeing her per- reps and books are furnished biggest item, using 23%. Milk, tog fluid really ,
the same mlllage on their 100% I' The Cbeecbakoe-Short formance. Mrs. Aubrey has "TOTALLY DISABLED by the Navy, and.. the student cheese, ice cream accounted for clean?" make thing

f of valuation as taxpayers In Tomorrow was Yesterday! visited Clewlston and was very VETERANS"ST. receives retainer of $50 per 14%; flour and' cereals, 10%, Salesman "Say, lady
other FCD counties which have Youth on the Streets-Bernstein generous with her talent, singing month for not more than four and other items such"ace margarine bed some of it I nil It
varying rates of valuation from Hortus Second L. H, BaileyConcise at various churches and PETERSBURG, Fla years. During ,the summers the coffee butter, sort "Scandalous Stories"on a copy
39.35% to 100%. The suit states ( History of Gardeningand clubs during her stay M. T. Dixon director of the student goes on interesting drinks, jams and sugar used the turned into "The and I*
i Sunday School
that North Miami Beach tax Horticulture) Florida Department of Veterans training cruises as a midshipman. remaining 13%, Advocate."
; payers alone will pay $41.000 YOUTH FICTION: Affairs, announced that veterans After successfully completing -
more In taxes to FCD than If Mr. Moore was widely knownIn I, Adam-Fritz who are rated 100% for a four year college
the judgment requiring Dade the South Florida area JUNIOR FICTION) their service connected disability course, he is commissioned in
County to double its assessmentto through his fraternal and civic Eddie and His Big DealsHaywood may also receive his GI Insurance the Regular Navy or Marine

bring it to .100.% had not been activities lie was native of ,, dividend check if his Corps and goes on active duty
entered.. Bybee, Tenn, and has been employed Betsy and the Boy..HaywoodHolland policy is in force. He should as a career officer with the Used Trailers Wanted
The plaintiffs In the suit ask by the Inter County System apply for waiver of premiums Navy's modem fleets. Immediate I.
declaration for almost 40 Jeers, starting which would mean he would not challenging assignments to
I the court to Issue a
In as lineman 'In Arcadia In have to pay further premiumsas aviation training, nuclear training \
of their rights the premises
:I to restrain the defendants from December 1924. He retired May praises -t; : H long as he !Is totally disabled or submarine training offer We have complete line of furniture &
certifying tax rolls which are IS after working'Fort Meade, As long as the veteran varied career opportunities to

I; denying the plaintiffs their due Avon Park, Wauchula and Okee Is 100% disabled, he may draw those graduates who apply and appliances to trade for trailers.
chobee. He was manager In dividends on his waived insurance. quality:
protection of law, and that they
relief Okeechobee and was transferred county agents High school seniors
,1 be afforded such other as ana graduates
the courts deem appropriate.They from there to the Qewlston- Dixon suggests that you discuss who will have reached the
also ask, that the tax rolls Moore Haven office In 1944. u.s. Sen. Spessard Holland this with your veteran 17th but not the 21st anniversary BELLE GLADE MOBILE HOMES, Inc.

of all counties In Flood Control Mr Moore was an active told county agricultural agents county service officer, or writeto of birth on 30 June 1965

e District be continued as lawful member of the First Methodist that the United States Is more Petersburg him at,P.Fla.Mayor O.. Box 1437, St. may apply for the NROTC aptitude 249 W. Canal St., (next to Kwik-Chek)
j assessment rolls until the court Church of Clewlston, a charter respected for its unrivaled superiority test Those who make a
finds the means of affording the member and past president of In agriculture than qualifying score will be later- Belle Glade Phone 996-6620
I relief sought the Clewiston Lions Club In skills In diplomacy, and such viewed and given a thorough
The counties la the Flood which h, was active until his strength Is the "greatest asset describes medical examination 'early In
Control District and their present death; a charter member of the that freedom-loving people 1965. From the number of qualified -

rate of assessment were Sugarland Lodge No, 281. Free have." A review of the play from the young men remaining In
listed In the suit: Brevard. 74; and Accepted Masons He was Holland spoke at the ,annual hometown paper reads: ''And city operationsMayor competition, abou' 2,000 will be
B r o w a r d,' 75; Dade 47.27; a past master of the Okeechobee County Agent's Association banquet so finally it's open-'Kiss Me,
Glades 3935; Hendry 4007; Lodge and an honoraryJohnny's Sept. U in Gainesville In Kate!' has burst into sight arid\ Tom Jones spoke to local
conjunction with the' 50th anni-- wonderful singing and a delight/ Rotsrtans Monday. and described -

"_. versary Florida Agricultural Extension ful story to boot. In many ways a typical city commission
f I' Conference at the Unl Its one of the most successful meeting as a means of explaining l & 1 '
verilty of Florida.He musicals On Playhouse has In brief some of the
: \ irAAltIHnJ1I. said county agents were lever done-and part of its operational problems and methods -

("fUG "'fJV ,,-., particularly: responsible for aidIng charm is that It', very different of the city.
-- agriculture In its growth from the usual\ run of American He chose the meeting of July BJrrS
"No other group can claim the musical comedy Different, and 20th which was the tax equalisation
credit fcr bringing modern techniques somehow, more fun. '1 meeting, and briefly summarized
I SUP I COV SA and methods ,which has "The greatest part of this the agenda, showingthe ,
helped our Industry. grow and rambunctious production is the financial reports which each
prosper." fact that w* were struck witha commissioner receives for his
/ The Association gave Its annual bolt, of good fortune in the use at the meeting and for his

., Man of the Year In Florida two leads. Charlotte AubreYia; files afterwards.
Agriculture awards to George well-known figure in Johnstown Mayor Jones said the assessed

;,' W. Morrow of Graceville, musical circles, is doing a magnificent valuation of Clewlston Is St,- '63 Impala 4-doorSedan
recognized for his long-time Job as Kate. Not only is 600,000 up about 5% from the ,

r work in the peanut industry; her singing voice in great form, previous\ year. The budget of Air conditioned, 2295
r Milton Plumb, agriculture: editor but ,it turns out that this talented approximately $178.000 is derived power storing, power broken automcrtlc -

of the Tampa Tribune for young lady is quite an actress from two sources, approximately transmission plus many other extra only
13 years until 1962; and J. An- as welL And the sparkling 199.000 is from taxes
ney Cox of Miami, recognized young man who is teamed with ((155 mills this year) and $75r '61 Chevrolet Bel
Air
va
4-door
for his work in vegetable and her, Paul Straney from Pittsburgh 000 from the revenue fund (sale ,

fruit production, and broadcast- Is as devastating and of electricity, and water)I. The Power GlId., 1395
In,. magnificently voiced a leading commission employs consultantson power iteering radio heater and whit

man as you could ever hope to such important matters as Mreei -.1U, '__._______
find. All of which sounds superlative electric and water distribution

Felda oil well -but these turned out to systems, sewage systems, etc. '62 Corvair Monza 4doorLoaded
and to audit the
be superlative people. city: books each

Seat Covers (Continued from Page 1) Mrs. Goodwin says her daughter year. 1495

in addition to housewifelyand Jones was Introduced by Ted' with extras A reed harp cat ,.,, ,,,,, ,,., .,
oil. It will be a new field entirely motherly duties is a schoolteacher Gallo, program chairman President

Free Pick-up and DeliveryFree if It is a producer and and is currently taking L. G. Vaughan conductedthe '60 Chevrolet
not an extension of Sunniland." a course in dramatics in Pitts meeting. Impala Sports Coupe

The Sunniland field, developed burgh.
Estimates YU 3-3271 Tufl power, plua air
by Humble Oil Refining Com-. M conditioning! Only 20.000 xnfletw
Potters
John
pany, stands alone aa the only 4-H club ,, The newest ODe left! H ,,.",,,,_"__ ,
Clewuton Florida >
news *
oil producing well in Florida. "
A number of wells have been get togetherWhat'r '
'
59 Ford V8
drilled in the general central The Clewlston 4-H Sewing 2-door Sedan
Club met last Monday to in name
: organize a l ? Apparently
Florida the
area during past 595
\ for this year's work; quite lot
a if the name Is Radio healer
decade but none, other than and automatic A
Sunniland, has been a producer. Miss Gay Torbert presidedat John M.Potter and you have a dandy liar!. car ........
the,meeting which was held legal background.
'
Sun Humble Gulf and in the old Scout House New The John M. Potter 58 Chevrolet
GETTING MARRIED? Coastal California have secured that Is 6-cylinder 2-door
,extensive leases in Lee County members were welcomed and city: attorney of Oewlston received .
495
t told of upcoming: ev nts. : a letter'the other day Standard
and along the coast without success
There were,,nine ,new mem from a John M. Potter who Is trannnbaton. radio end hater A local car
NEED HOUSING? up to this time. Previoustest A "
,f wells in Glades and Hendry '
r --
counties failed to develop any 61 Dodge 4-door 6-cylinder

promise of oil. 895
The Felda well was drilled to 'Th
\ mewed on
around
WHY NOT
a depth 01 more than 11.000 feet The demand for fat .

.. and then capped. D. ,J. Mun- '
roe, a Sun geologist, said he and stocker 56 Chevrolet Bel Air 6-cyl.,2-door'
CONSIDER A believed the well was on the

/J : edge ol a new geld The sudden cattle is heavy Only 38.000 mile. A locally owned car -
Increase in interest in oil leases "

: : : MOBILE HOME? for this area'resulted from the See these
Buy only the
first .estimates and oil company select used cars and we are sure you will say

.:' J t t. : representatives in lease records showed filed new interest la -- cattle you want there are none cleaner in South Florida. All carry the

) LaBelle and Napes Nationwide GW Warranty 12,000 miles
FURNISHED
There Is some indication: that one year. or
J, <, ; : Sun may begin pumping at its d J* (which ever occurs first)

1<"(. Felda alte.Glades'.

I: 9 f", '- Walk'in' and startliving Sales Every Monday at 1:00
:: : P.M. Chuck" Wells
Inc.
I .BANK FINANCING Roofing Co. Motor. Co.,

An Types ef Beef: zed ,
r Sheet Metal. wick g.
New Centnetlea) er LEWISTON ONLY AUTHOBIInD'CHLVROI
? f TRAILER SALES Inc.
t XLEWISTON
: Repair Jab : ET PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE DEALEH
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET
ASSN.
Phone 2-7111
YU 2-2661 : Phone YU
East
27 2-4501
Highway ,
: : Day Eveatanr. Sugarland Hwy. ClewUton

:Open t daffy 9 d m. to 9 p.m. Sunday after church O. Bex,1S41CUWOTON. FIA. neaw WT -JM8 Belle Glade FU." OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL liDOPage





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