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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 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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pay! Naples' Eagle on Cane Mfr. Field Friday\ night. ''t The, Clewiston News I I





Tigers overcome stunning I medicated to the advancement of IJendry County' and America's Sweetest Town" ,::",,:.; 'I

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NUMBER 41 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 8, len Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. 343.3, P.M. Subscription 84 00 :year 'f J. E


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Forshee, Bowden He fifth also for Intercepted the .season a to increase sugar quotas Sugar harvest season to r-'Ctl::


players of week ming Sharing a Streak the drive.game rider dies in committee


newlston! Tigers nightn non were through Smitty the Sebring Polhlll. .. adjourned with1 rider '
attached, to the ;
wile Friday a!morale ; and again to throw Saturday with- Houle, where it was referred to get underway October 19' ,

()DI Field yard burst by So- .. quarterback Jim Kelly the Sugar Act. a Senate House committee.
riffle
ll ]losaes. "It
yjonl IIl was attempt to get There it remained as Congress
ecuBowden's

i:led I with tackle Henry Rick Hurley. ftim- 3. .. -! best approaching game of the his year, Increasing of cane and the adjourned.Speaker of the House John The sugar cane harvest will Glades County Sugar Coop will the cane for US. Sugar falls I I

bit aD the It :yard< 11De. tial", Bundy said quietly In a McCormack was believed responsible get underway in the Western move Its cutters Into the fields on Fred C. Sikes. vice president I
Bowden, however, more than ..fJI rell continued his committee which for the failure of the Division of the U.S. Sugar Coo on about Nov. 1. in charge of personnel and his
IIJde up for his! miscue bY'idJIIDl \. both offensively and to be considering committee to bring the bill onto poration on Oct. 19 to be followed The detailed job of supplying staff. i

all three Tiger touchy I ,." ly. The fumbles are as a rider to a the ,floor of the House for a one week later by the com the manpower for the sixmonthtask Sikes took time off from his -,. I
converting one extra to the hard and vote, pany's Eastern Division. The of cutting and processing recently to spell

sad playing an outstandJJI rather than miscues had passed the This leaves the sugar situation :re routine that must be I

{ defensive ,ame. said being considered back where It was when S followed In securing: workers
lull! Forshee, shared player .' :' Sophomores Sammy which attached a Rep, Harold D Cooley ?4.C. ,11 Fn t All of the men who cut cane ,j
week honors with Bow '\ Rodney Booker, Gary the Democrat for the sugar company this
j fc .., foreign pro. Chairman of the season :
LTjor an outstanding defen- .. ',.. Edwin Cato and David Sugar Act for six House Agricultural Committee will be men from the West .... :
Some during which he re- brought a gleam to additlonaf abandoned the controversy sayIng Indies most of them from Jamaica
;wood a Sebring fumble and eye and he looked quotas of 275- there was no chance of action and Barbados some from I

,eyed another which was re- t. ture years. The boys beet sugar prod- because of the diverse : ne St. Lucle However, a long road
owned by a Tiger under pressure and tons for the, views of cane and beet sugar r w of regulations will have to be
gd tag took the opening klck- Instrumental In the growers. producers. travelled before large jets, provided \

d and was held for down tory. returned the bill. Harry T. Vaughn Sr.. ,president by the company airlift ..
took the punt and of the U.S. these men from their homelands '
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()wist01I Eagles Sugar Corporation -
Friday I
M, to their 19 yard line on previously had expressed to this country.
qg gains, only to lose the balls The Naples Eagles for the opinion that action by congress The sugar company Is always .
s second down attempt" by .. not lived up to was remote. He said that in the market for workers of : ,

JordeD, after which Hurleyedged vanccd billing and without congressional and administrative (Continued ,ell Page 8) ,
the distance In front of eoncelveably be a research action the mainland J

,nag of Blue Streak blocking touch for Clewfaton cane group would be able to sell > ,

Sebnoj more or less domin- HENRY BOWDEN breezes night, Bundy said. Day will be only 911,000, tons of raw sugar. 200 plus voters \o ,
littd play 'for the remainder of have two big ends Growers would need a quota of '
I to ball is the sudden change Into deer land for the final lacking overall speed. in Belle Expert-Glade 1.400,000 tons to market all sugar ':Iii',

I1 events demoralized the Tlp TO aralad Sebrlnr. have everything to Oct. 15. resulting from the fall crop, boost Hendryregistrations /:':
Just before half-time Clew-' nothing to lose! he estimated .;
put together a sustainedIfrve of sugarcane re- 'TB. 489,000 tons holdover .
John McGee will be first on the ,
pro- '
which saw Bowden push could be sold after Jan. 1. :
the lineup this week -H. Causey, as
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I wet from the one yard line and week off because of Beach County Vaughn said but this would
luck the extra point to the a ag 'complicate problems for the - ..
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hand in a nun of registrants be- '
suffered In presiding. '
the THAT OTHERS MIGHT SEE .John Potter la shown Initiated
next unless being
WIT cultural year congress granted fore the books closed Saturday '
game.
IV Tigers came back from dewlston Is areas't and weed higher quotas when It reconvened la the Clewiston Lions Club last Thursday by District afternoon more than 200 voters
Intermission revitalized and now 1-0 desslcatkm In January. Governor Robert MeMlchsel After being blindfolded, he war were added to the rolls of Hen-
Ridge conference and
itytd excellent ball the re-' the left for for- Vaughn. said on Tuesday that Instructed to eat, thus giving him an Idea of what slihtless- dry county The exact number
season Sebring
moder of! the game. Four Tl-- ton 1-2. subjects will be he had been talking to contacts ell means Sight conservation Is a Lions project Sealed with has not been determined Supervisor

f drives were stalled short of In Louisiana who had estimated him on left la Robert Kelly and oa the right James McPhaU. of Registration John 1..
fa itriped end zone because of STATIITICi Clew a tour of the that Hurricane Hilda had wiped STAFF PIIOTO Hall Is still checking the bulk of
!tablet; Sebring lost three fum- Pint Down. 14 and a dem out [about 35 per cent of the registration slips Issued the last
kin la the ''rockem-sockem" fled Net Yard.Yards Passing Kuihlnglit IT mechanical har Louisiana crop and that there week against prior registrants.A .

halt] P..... |.| for forage. tore;the anticipated 800.000 ton few have been found who
1'a.e.s Punts Intercepted By I-U 1 ; will be taken production would be down to Light sale in progressThe were previously registered.Mr. .
500.000 tons.
Skeeters play Fumbles Loll 4 of the herbicide Hall spent Friday at the ,
and the South Asked U there was a possibility Clewiston courthouse subofflce '

Lake Placid Mr. and Mrs Abner H. Corporation that the Florida quota Lions Club light bulb said, was "the perfect example, for the convenience of east Hen-
joined by their daughter. staff of seven might be Increased because of sale starts today' and will extend of Llonlsm." dry registrants and with assistance ,..
who Is a sophomore at engi this loss of 300.000 tons he said through Oct. 22nd. McMichael had come to the of volunteers completed

tare Tuesday University, Deland ; agronomy: be didn't consider this a possibility Members of the club will don luncheon,armed with figures on registration of 180 persons. This
reunion of the Ralney hematology this year although such their Lions Club jackets and Lions contributions to various is the largest number ever reg '

Qtwutoas Baby Tigers,,It&" /von, Park Sunday. am.. .. ..,action, !might! result la 1965.ot sell bulbs door-to-door at athle- cau.... Notee from which he lettered In one day In the Clew-
at tut
.
rIders, will their
open u ,, .
jjstoa .
tic event and.other-gatherings talked; listed such items at area I
Mil
schedule Tuesday night KAELB FORSHEE to gather funds for the club "Light bulb sale made Arrangements for Mr.| Hall's :" ., i t
elem.! on Cane Field against $262"; I,
of ,project of Sight Conservation,, "100 to school ," visit were made by the Hendry ,i
It Lake Placid baby Dragons. Bowden scored on a five yard Air at Ubra., "Room f cy
!Coach Fred Williams has been off-tackle slant In the third period Rogers speakerat The members were spurredon 'and board for blind students County and Democratic Committee, ,;.I: ,
that
committee and the Citizens !
"rth! | with the young football'Ion and a 15-yard end sweep In their activities last Thursday $175'% "Helped lady who got '
for Goldwater
aDd is well pleased with 'in ,the fourth quarter after when Lions District Governor burned out at Lake Harbor". Committee r r I.
kdr progress which Worrell ran the point aft Felda oil Robert McMichael paid "3100 to school library for supplied the volunteer alllat'r' l''
Probable starting offensive er. Storing meanwhile had abo CofC dinner tribute to the performance of books", "890 to high school ants and also aided In publicizing :
the visit and In supplying i
the Clewiston Club he band. !
which
an;ill Tuesday night will Ire, picked up a touchdown la the transportation '
Mi Kenny Brannan or Gary fourth period, which was the Approximately 130 p e o pl. I
Imer, LE; Johnny Baker, first touchdown to be scored on An air of optimism 1\\ 'dl a steel were expected to present at There was an onrush of ear- 1
Jt: dm Hooks, LG; Skipper the Tigers from the line of ed the Sun Oil Company's guag to record the dewiston Inn last night to Acreage allotments for '65 ly morning registrants which I
Ii1I.. C; Perry Spurlln RG; scrimmage. oa drilling die was being low hear an address by' Congressman crop was unexpected that time of I
*j tress RT Daniel tests were started to U.4S5 toot shaft Paul G.. Rogers before the day and the men and women '_
: Beards- Alberto Morrell shakeup n-
b, K.; Richard Blount, WB; during the second:was quarter whether the well would first opened annual dinner of the Clewiston reduced 15 per cent by USDA had a long wait In line Except -10 "',

Inn toton, DB. Danny Kriedn and played sparingly during the to Its high expectations. pounds was reg Chamber of Commerce. for this early period. howevef. ,1 .

*. ; and Jack Belcher or second half during which time Officials of the official said, The congressman from the 8th Farm acreage allotments torIUlr act the registrations went very
brief Williams, QB. the Tiger, defense notlceabfly cautious In their rlY to sustain district, who lives In West Palm farms In the mam- smoothly] and there was ample 7,
cane An
Wltional games will prob- sagged. Alberto came la for It could be observed water and still Beach, was to be Introduced by land announcement from the help at other periods of the day y:
for the
), sugar cane area Department of
Normal Agriculture said to
abbe had been T. prevent long lines forming.
scheduled with the folMa from coach Joe preparations Harry Vaughn Sr., presidentof
great praise 1965 crop restricts acreage In the base would be I
|: Bundy for his determined drives take care of heavy emerges, first, the U.& Sugar Corporation., establishedfor However there was no letup
I the area to 85 cent of the each farm
October li-Lake Placid, 748, In the MorreUls aheadof should this be the happy Six new Chamber directors per at the larger ofa during the entire diY and at -"., '
1964
game level, when no restrictionswere ( ) 90 per cent of Its 1964-crop least ,
last yardage gains at The operation started expected to were to be selected from 12 : two persons and sometimes '
In
October years of the well be- effect.Marketing sugarcane acreage or (b) Its four tier
a-NapleiJVaway.' this Urn of the season Bundy when Dlus Roberts : candidates who were nominated were kept busy reg
October' 2T-Okeechobee 748 said. He was Instrumental In the land on which the well measured pe at a primary election in August. within the limitations average acreage for the years ,,istering the applicants. \
of 1962 t
".7 7J Bowden's last TD sweep as he cated, unlocked chains during the aft Mbye 1.. Bishop president of t t Is one of the conditions through 1964. Aa adjustment Mr. Hall Is checking: the refstrltioa :i' l
witw < expected that the ,which must be met to qualify factor of .91 will be applied books at the
J: J-Okeechobee. 7&!. cut down two Blue Streaks to red the road leading to Chamber, was scheduled' to to each farm present
j f under the base to arrive time, and to ,
break Bowden free around end. and also bound the rig ( Page) preside. or payments sugar at the farm expects announce ,
acreage allot the exact number of qualified v."
ment. ,
u electors next week;
'IT* us. Department of'Af-
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I Devoted crew of fire Clewiston area riculture'i Service Stablizatlon by the,announcement maid Florida and: Conservation Agricultural released -,-- Pawley addressesarea ,I J i




"!Rn lit, IIIea amend! *. flyln wn I the department started on a city pumper ,being and canals are The county truck carries 1,000 a really bad fire In all the time culture The U.S.announces Department the determination of Agri- Goldwater I.
suet loots ) gallons of water however he has been in the department
*crM to- gradual program of Improvement hose and comparatively of proportionate shares
K1 the are station Inasmuch alit the city truck against the 750 carried by' the although he says a serious hazard
ale when the that has brought it to its tank water. (farm acreage allotments) for luncheon
.b bins Ire not young tOr present state of efficiency. In proximity to hydrants of two and one- city engine Each develops 250 has existed in Harlem sugarcane farms In the mainland today g I
lilt oa I lark. The department now has two canals.. The pumper which 400 feet of pounds of pressure Both truck down through the"7eara.. There cane sugar area (Louisianaand
aka tee fighters rs provided with county inch hoe The carry axes, ladders, carbon are four hydrants In Harlem "William D. Pawley state l
'," ,Ford-powered pampers, o n e Florida) for the 1963 -l'
t 1 h'te0tection for the area owned by the city and the other carries more water than only 500 dioxide and dry:' chemical extinguishers. now-there used to be none- In announcing the decision crop.to president of "Citizens for Gold- ,t 11
lO! -um, of COlt. by the county. They have been counterpart but )less hose, and 400 feet but this I Is not enough. The canals restrict the marketing of sugarcane water" will address a fundraising Ii' J
b. I are mea who sometimes built for special purposes, the being better equipped for ",," The chief says that In nearly cannot be depended upon on Individual farms. luncheon attended by <'; r w', I
b ?tflgt0! the edge> of all cases the smaller bOle witha because at times they are practically (Continued Goldwater leaders and supporters :. r ;
on Page S)
hate a somewhat tog nozzle U used with a dry.: from a wide Lake Okeecho-: .

.. rill fire, but are pressure considerably below its The four, hydrants plus the bee area, at the Clewiston Inn ; I
Wd,Ilea wbo drag themselvel maximum The smaller hoes passing of kerosene stoves and Teach your children today. t ::1-: ,
beclia tilt dead of night, can handle most fires and It is lamps have improved the sit-' Mr. Pawley ex-ambassador F
tllelDJel into cov r- considerably easier to controL nation In Harlem to a great extent to Brazil and bas served the *
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lid 10 out to battle flamea"luresome. With the ton nozzle, a smother Cason says; but the buildings ] traffic safety United States in advisory capacities I
'caw. serIoul lag steam is generated la ',the In some areas there are' In other South and Cen ;,
R bee It II wet and cold. :heat and a small amount of water so close together that a !hazard tral American'arell.. He Is the
b5 f the CJewlstoa Vol\mo will :do the Job of a largo .still remains new owner and president of Tal. j!
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S.lira Department Is Taft volume used without the nozzle. AU alarms' of course, ,are KEEP FROM Isman Sugar Corporation '
bas been a member A small hose Is kept connectedto sent in by telephone, the calls Attending the luncheon will be '
:1u1no Jearl aad Its chief R e'f the engines at all time, thus being ,received at City Hall BETWEENPolice'Deparlment citizens from Pahokee. Belle : i

,,tip sat in the office? of j R cutting down the time necessary when the offices there are open. Glade South Bay. dewljton.
h,I store 111 which he to start work on n fire. The occupants of an apartment Moore Haven. LaBeUe and Inv
PIr1IIership and discussed Chief Cure say the dty has adjacent.j to the fire house han mokalee. '
lzaUou! been lucky; He can't remember die cans when The I
)-y to which he,, a the city offices Clewiston Citizens for .
ly0ha I Y 1 V r, are, closed.If Goldwater
Vest deal of his 45 e committee Is planning j
.angles! 111 the guys the report U' for a grass 1 D a fundralslng dinner next I'
: I. s WEATHER fire the air horn 11 blown and week, the date not yet deter- j
1UeIJ remembers the i only one truck is dispatched m1Ded. Reservations for this ,
w ;::Sure> 1945 when :th1'ti veer usually with a limited crew. If dinner will be made at 81350
the the fire Js of a rriftre threaten per plate or' $25.00 per couple. 1
'Pfrated ss lonely :;.E h 1 Temperatures and faafa11'f<< fag nature both the air horn and e.PpQa Everyone is Invited. Details ,:

b7 anyone the past week: the siren wan and both trucks and reservations may' be had by
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to wan a who' ,(f. ,.. ', ':, "'"' 9agh and towteaapcrataree speed to the scene. It I 11 necessary 1 ( D .telephoning YU 2.4581. the Oew- I

IIfre the ales :. 1" labial for an volunteers to go to Iston Citizens for Goldwater
:.. Rae a lIaphalUcS ,.. 1):_ 'f <...:.- Oct 1-81 and 74 0 the station before going to the Headquarters.It t I
"" but It Ens10 Miller. Oct. 2-82 and 72 .73 fire. Someone Is Is ,I j
seemed that ia free Jlmm Walker, Bell SaDl.r' always there) of understood that' the '
aya was I'IaEnGJJTEaS'ALLBere'Uae4i wp Oct. 3-80 and 73 .10 when the alarm City Clewiston Ladles In the '
vt.ys someone BnWSl RuftF 1'rWgea. Franklin 1IaI goes off to five Goldwater campaign ;,
II be" how fit eae of they overate In 11.1 Jerrr Oct. 4-02'and 73 0 them Instructions. will also t'I
pae pampers ,
to as stag a lunch
lnq let ...... Bobby Giddea. leIwIie laebs.n
,ltarted CIewIs..1. Yalea Oct 8-83 and 73 8 The first eon for
and nothing the $ i flresen whe eespdI. man to arrive drives ladles only: at the Glades f '
..ten'Wc happened, When teer fire MtlDr force. They are (l to N Bill Charlie Martinet. Oct. 8-88 and 84 ,M the truck and when three men P15 : : October de
ics.c.4'be
ClIne -ITUF PROle Oct :
back from war Bars, Chief raft Case. Weody Carrathers 7-71 and 83 8 (Ceatbmed ea Pare 7)'' later.tails determined; I I


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stimulatedthe dirt free rooms has to wear one Tlsrner
action
fumble. The : of
.. Two THE C1ZWBTON: NEWS Oewistoo. Fla.f Streaks and demoralized of these gowns so aa not to contaminate OBITUARIESCharles EU2a Bell, O4 eaMrs.

Thursday, October 8, 1>64 It's history now. the Tigers, however they:! returned delicate instruments Betty Maley
to form the second: half to with even a speck: of foreign A. PascherFuneral yen- Mrs A, ii of
grind out the victory. The fumble matter. Houma, u, 7: *yud
THE CLEWISTON NEWS THIRTY TEAKS AGO and Angus calve were purchased actually kindled a flame that What with the dirty politics services were held Stewart of ffe r '
News, In Alabama for the feedIng both candidates have handled .
(Frtm Clewkhm has been smoldering since last Wednesday afternoon for Mr. Hopper of Sitka
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewiaton, October 5, 1M4 project of U.S. Sugar Corpo- year's sound trouncing: admin l.teICape officials may have Charles A. Pascher, a lifelong br.. Pascher ea; ;
Florida, by The dewtstoa News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. There were 214 pupils enroll ration. istered by Clewlston.ss had to also sanitize LW.Junior's resident of Hendry County, who klWeatherford

I Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1857, at the ed In the dewlston school: including died Sunday at the Lee Memorial rotis'p a
Post Office In Clewlston, Florida, under th* Act of Congress of all grades from first (29 TEN YEARS AGO Tlgers to win again! hospital In Fort Myers. He Children and 10
I March 3, 1879. pupils) through 12 ((0 pupils). (From dewtoto News, Yankees to win too, In five essay wag 74.Mr. dice, great Rr
George V. Stanley was the principal. or six games. of course! A gravesld,
DITOIIAL' October I. 1M4)) Pascher, who had retired serer
ORID4 NATIONAL ducted In
-as- About OeGpatraA Fort

;ij I p IA!: g11::! Havana Principal Cuba Stanley to teach had gone In the to serious Chuck Injury Wino suffered when struck a very in The announcement of pumping long time ago there was a as a schools custodian Is at survived the Moore by two Haven tpy the by First Rev. U, Depart w.
Baptist
I the by I clip as he the Felda well la no surprise
University of Havana, but "re- eye paper woman who thought she was a sons, Alton of LaBell and Moore Haven, Ck
and other boys were playing, to those who have been Clyde of Topeka, Kansas
I valuations followed each other lady, who lived in Egypt or ; Paulson
\ Q shooting paper clips with rub keeping up with Its progress: called six daughters, Mrs. Funeral
0 Subscription: Rates 14.00 per year so fast he and other Americans somewhere. Everybody Dorothy died arrangemehy
\1 > 104 (Return Postage Guaranteed) like him decided to take the ber bands, near the bleachers Its success will bring no realsurprise her Cleopatra because that washer ,
t at the football because those asso-
gr oN BERYL BOWDEN Publisher next boat back to the USAM"World's game. and name. She war some kind
State Game and Fresh Water elated with Its drilling
something, without
largest audience listened of a queen or
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Fish i Commission announced have indicated "they
progress
and she pretty
was
via Radio to broadcast of a king
I Telephone: Justness and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 the World Series baseball games plans to close the Hendry Coun may have something" good good looking too. I don't know ..di.
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves ty Wildlife Area before hunting well will bolster the Hendry eco what had become of the king
sponsored by the Ford Motor
\ the right to reject any objectiooal: advertisement! season opened. nomy. All eyes In the area will
had killed him
It unless she -
... Company. was worthy of a
THB NEWS aaamaa no raaponalblllty for tha return of -
Cot H. W. ShuU held a public be looking towards the Friday killed else she
she everybody
solicited mannacrlpu or photosraaha page one news Item.
THE NEWS: aaaumaa no financial ratpoaalbllltf for typo.eraphleal Two unmasked men staged an meeting In Clewlston explaining press conference at which time didn't like.
orrore or oomml..lon. I. .clnrU..t but If ilfladraetly plans for new construction in the results will be told.FULLER'S .
.t .aob errora before tb. felt luu. .f the paper will reprint eor- armed holdup on the Hookers When Cleopatra was queen
/ that part .f the ......U.llt In which the .rror eecarr'.. ." Point road Just before dark. relieving South,Hendry County as part of log in Egypt (she hadn't been i. :: You Call
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the time .I.m.nt would render the eornoU.a THAT
event a the Flood Control plan. Landowners .
tnt, the N..... will radut the' price' of t.... .d..U..ID..t br .. Thomas D. Nobles of out of high school long, becauseshe : .
amount aqua) to the pareantaca of tbo total apace aa the orronaoua his Chevrolet automobile and who had objected to FOLLIESBy was only 17 years old) a
I. or omitted toprapraatntad... $21 in cash. original plans for work there, fellow by the name of Julius

State Senator W. C. Hodges attended, listened. and greed AL FULLER Caesar was fighting wars with a HAT?
spoke In Clewlston In favor of to the proPl..LVan everybody! he could find to fight
A6 the Hom e stead Exemption Cothern and Eunice Mc: Fashion designers have about Cleopatra was supposed to be
What 4-H clubs mean Amendment on which Florida Allister were married In a Belle reached their limits with the married to her brother who was

voters would ballot In the November Glade ceremony. horrible things to do to wom helping her to be the queen
i 4-H Clubs are comparatively new in Hendry county, general election. Bob Broadfoot became supervising en's looks. Now there seems to when she met Caesar from Italy Almost anything may pass for a hat as long at J
and many adults think of them simply as clubs for farm Marie Williams, a former local architect for Duval County be a diabolical plot to also ruin but she liked Caesar's looks so pleases the lady whim. 1
t boys and girls.Nothing school teacher and Dale which was embarking on a men's appearances.The much better than she did her Insurance, however, must undergo the closest imJ
school building program of Immense end of the line was
Clarke, a Huffman construction: brother's so she poisoned him to make
{ tiny sure our policy holders
could be further from the truth. are
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proportions. reached this year when designers secure
company employee, were married and took-up with Caesar with
i Today more than half the 4-H Club memberrs COme in a Miami ceremony. put boots on women for everyday out even bothering to marry every eventuality,
; from urban or suburban homes. The members work along wear and Insisted that him. I don't know who ran her Make certain you are safe and remember w. .
together at many types of projects, all allied with learning they smoke pipes. out of Egypt but she lived In always here to help you.BeardsleyNash .
from farm-related such TWENTY TEARS AGO e Sonny Sez That's about as far as one Rome ItaIor somewherewith
'I, by doing. They range projects, as'I or
(From ClewMon New, In ruining women'slooks Insurance
livestock, to dross-making, speaking, simple electrical projects can go Julius Caesar until some Age
October I. 1M4)) so now they're:! startingon
of his buddies killed him. Th
and other which will be helpful adult Telephone YD
many areas U.s. 1-7501
Sugar Corp. began construction men.
I
people in Rome didn't like her
'I life.Adults of sis duplexes In Takers are few on front'page In London they've brought out (and I'll bet you it was the E. Sugarland Highway Clewii!
could benefit their own lives by remembering Harlem under I permit allowing space for presidential choices. pure silk shorts and undershirts women who didn't like her) and
what 4-H stands for and what the members pledge as their constructlno: up to 80 duplexes Last week's front page "pub with f.ncrleopard print, when she found It out, she managed -
i aim; which had been granted by lie forum" raised a few eyebrows for the deluxe underwart fashIons to get back to Egypt
( 4-H stands for Head Heart, Hands and Health. the Federal Housing Administration and brought forth several for men. aomehow. But she was so good
I A member pledges "My head to clearer thinking; my comments that it might be London fashion designer Michael looking the men just couldn't
The Tigers were defeated 12-6 Improper.It Kavanagh says that young let her alone and she knew it. New 72x50',
heart to greater loyalty; my hands to larger service, and
In Avon Park. shoulddo
DEFTNETLY also
felt that Is of men
)JI the Issue Another fellow named Mark
my health to better living". Mrs. J. A. McGehee: reported things to their faces. He
I vital importance to the nation Antony' had had four wives be-
Wouldn't that make a fine motto for any adult: "Clearer seeing a panther near a duck and individuals have the right says the Rudolph Valentine lookIs fore he met Cleopatra and I 2 bedroom
I thinking greater loyalty larger service and pond Just off the road between to express their Individual pref IN, with thinned eyebrowsand don't know whether any' of them trailer
better ?" Palmdale and LaBelle Elbert singed, scented and lacquered :
living ; erence. Few are actually qualified were still living or not but when
Stewart, having suffered constant to speak with authority halt Caesar got killed Mark Antony
loss of chickens from the about ".U of the is.ues" andit And over in Cologne Germany took-up with her Just like Caesar
Another Franklin First pen In his yard, set a steel trap Is felt that brief statementsby the recent International had done. They had three $4,195
: and caught a wildcat. Men's Fashion Week broughtout
." Individuals will be beneficialto children, so they must have
j' Gloria McDuffle left for New the voters of Hendry county: one model which really spent some time together. But
knows that kite
Everyone Benjamin Franklin flew
a York to attend an LB. school: at in helping them become: better should be a amashlon success.It Mark wanted to be boss of everything ,"
but few are aware that he also formed the world's first Endicott, N.Y. training.In operation Informed prior to election: was a simply darling yellow and was always starting NEW 10'1 x 50'
/ volunteer fire department. of new IBM machines -as- suit with no trouser pocketsbut wars with somebody, whining
I The year was 1737 and the place Philadelphia. Later he in the U.S.SC. tabulating department. The Tigers pulled one out Friday a matching. handbag. a few and losing a few. 2 bedroom trailer
( organized the first fire Insurance company in America. night, after being deflatedby a By this time I think the Roman
j Since Franklin's day the ranks of volunteer fire flghterrs Five carloads of Hereford the sudden Sebrlng TD on a Even Interior decorators are Empire was getting in $3,695USED

have grown to the point where there are more than 1.3 trying to drive us crazy. pretty bad shape and Mark Antony
I million in the United States. It's hard enough as U is some had made so many' people 8' x 40'
days trying to
I figure out which mad that they had decided to
There are 180,000 volunteers in 1,800 companies in end Is
I up. Well now It'll be run him away from home. I
I New York State alone and recently one of them, James H. even harder because they'restarting don't know where he had left 2 bedroom trailer

I Jackson of Andover was named "Fireman of the Year" to put carpets on walls Cleopatra but she had managedto "
: after he rescued a severely injured and unconscious truck and ceilings.I get back to Egypt with a $1,650
driver from get a sever case of vertigo whole lot of I doubt.If
I a flaming wreck. Just thinking about it., ships. .Also SJbedroom; models on display at
This being Fire Prevention Week, we though it an ap she wanted him around anymore *
; propriate time to reveal this anecdote about one of the ritotm."0/MIL Did you see Prea. Johnson's but that was the only
place be knew
to go, and I Imagine Overholt's
I great men of the nations early history. '.00.<1 picture In the paper the other he: knew it was the end
,:i. "'1 (See story on our own volunteer department in this day when he was wearing that of the line for him. ,
issue). white. surgical-Ilk gown? It Nobody "lived happily aver
I" was when he was visiting at afterward" in those days. Julius TRAILER SALES
: Cape Kennedy Space Center Caesar got stabbed to death
Thoughts on fire prevention EPfXt and he was being shown Into because he was ambitious; '515 Central AvenueI

I one of the "clean rooms", Anyone Mark Antony' committed suicide I block south of office
post
*iln* Into these dust and
: This is Fire Prevention Week, which comes around and Cleopatra got snake-bit

I II every October. Our first thought is to pay tributes of apr

: predation to the member the local fire department for '
'' / their time and efforts, their loyalty and work to keep down ( : 'DarS '

"It' losses from fire. They certainly deserve all the praise we ;; ) most RI1kCdUIIOUZ'n

,/ t can heap upon them, for they respond whatever the weath- TUB TILE

f' 1 ,.' er; their personal feelings; whatever their business or pleasurable
"1' ( activities. When the siren sounds they have no other cars

f, ,'..i thought except to get there as quickly as possible with the FINISH
", truck and equipment to battle the blaze.

-' We can also give some thought to the ways in which Change or
we can help these firemen keep down loss frrom fire.

'I First, we can try to keep fire from happening We can Renew Color of
i t be careful about dgarets, or burning trash about overloading .

I' the electric circuits in our homes and places of STAINED AND SCARRED SINKS, TUBS, TILE
business. We can do away with oily rags or rags impregnated ; WALLS,' APPLIANCES AND FIXTURES. MAKE

: with turpentine based paint We can keep our premIses BATHROOMS, KITCHENS, ETC., SPARKlEIlm"
clean, because trash is usually a likely spot for fire to
( / t e f .l/ I 1 1
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J extinguisher is a nice thing to have around; keep' it recharged : :
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I enough that you will have them In mind if you need to use it ,. ... .-
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FOR PORCELAIN TILE CONCRETE
location of your home or place of business. You will need
to tell the fire how reach fire. WOOD, METAL. WORKS ON ALMOST EVERY
i department to the 'It'6S's biggest most beautiful
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If have well trik- ride with a new Full Coil .uapenatOD system F4ct I
r, I you small children in your home, it is IDa new .tJlil1i' New length width
to talk over the best ways they should get.out of the house DRIES TO A HARD, LUSTROUS TILE LIKE roomier new Body by Fisher housing, and lowness A Jf you overlook jut one thin you can easily convince'

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: Then having done all of that you might get out WEARING. serene -smooth And that thing lifts Chevrolet price.

rt your Insurance policies and look again at your buildings RESURFACE WORN OUT FIXTURES,

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''ewiston public library bursting the The library library hours.now Is open from School tests rate Fla. THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS Page Three 4
2 to S Thursday, October 8,
every afternoon from
Monday through Saturday and vision excellent
increases
> chains as popularity from 'T to 9 on Monday Tues "" r 11114'I
I day, Wednesday and Thursday In the recent free preschool 1
Library aD apartment, complete with evenings. vision screening, Oewistoa tad '
('Iewllt-II seams and the bathtub. The bathtub has not There is no charge for books the fewest failures of any community ''t saver +
.tbe\
tog .t for either more been found to be an Ideal repoiltory taken out by residents of dew- in Palm Beach County '' ,
ea1IJ for books, even thoseon baton, unless the books are held with only 1.7 percent. Barry Goldwater Says. ; i
or ire'l96i the library hygiene, nor ai a place to more than M day Then a two These figures were contained :

I reb. r 011 its lilt. OnIt recline while reading them.A cents a d.tfln. becomes effeotlve. In the summary report to the u 'We must now make a choice ,, '; .
bU e.r lIaure long flight of stairs leadsto People from outof-town. Florida Optometric Assn. compiled '. ,,,
" 1 \ y 6959 u there the second floor of the Nick. Includ1n. tourists, CM "***" by Dr. R Dale Cline West in this land 1

hers tIO III the .bIIlv' ell Building where the library the library for $2 a year, Palm Beach, chairman of the 4e. -
Ie"" bOle' for 1961 was located a tact that has kept A comparatively screening program for the Florida ::
I dJ'CII1.l1on first nine months down Its use by older people has brought new movement East Coast Optometric Assn. !, :

ror (thl figure w.eptiC7e who do not want to climb the attractive and a number of Other localities ranged up to ,. .", ..
th. expensive books '
,elr stairs. Mrs a H. ford 175%, "
I doUble tile librarian to the library \ '
shelves.
\\hiD guesses the library would of sending flowers to Instead Dr. ClIne said that more children ." ::
l Dar have at least another 100 cardholders lives of deceased the rela- entering school for the GENE EDWARDS preside ef the Eastern Hendry County
I the t m and 122 'f"ID were It on the first people now donate person, some first time this fan were screened TB and Respirator'Disease AsaoclaUoa, welcomed members ". e"
book
a
J recent two-week floor The library shares the funds to buy books to or than in previous years and from Breward. Glades and Hendry Ceontlee at the dlrestora' Iil ., 'AO!
the 11-
one the l11e- upper story with the offices of brary in that the 10% failure figure rep-
boots are the name of the deceased meeting held Sunday afterneen at the Clewlston Ian BhewB 1
:. NeW two dentists, a lawyer.Selective resented the fifth consecutive :
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.DeI The It
truth
now
library library then sends annual at the speakerra' table with him are Fred Coder, president :
* keep itlops Service and two apartments. a printed drop In failures.
conUnue to card acknowledging elect ef Dr. rant W. Hughes,
the TrI-Ceuaty Asseolsttea.
The figures on the number of the memorial girt to "The average for other states that milk Is like! outh.
the family ] .
have not been books and their circulation are of the deceased offering the free screening has health effleer ef Breward Ceunty. Charles W. tans presidentTriCeouty J. ,
who
.\ It might be iiid proof enough that the library Is Mra. Ford been approximately 10% while Association. Mrs. Olive Sykea. campaign ehalrnasi I Ir I
UbrlrJ cry from the growing In popularity but It Is help h" been says hat volunteer our average has been as high Glades County Association. Moore Haven, Dr. Wm. F. BUI, ;,
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', "edifices that frac a fact that there are times when anct In keeping< the great assist- as 131% in the previous four Jr.. health officer Glades and Hendry Ceontles, and Mrs. Wm. r.; Ig I

Tit is. ta fact, sevaw students are literally standing a growing condition. Dr.library hi years." Dr. dine commented. Maddex. president Western Hendry Cenaty TB and Eeipiratery -
dtiea U M.
rented as In the aQ In dewlston, the participating
aisles chairs having
that once Weetman. chairman Disease Asseelatlen.
of the LI- .
been taken. Usually this happens bury Board optometrist was Dr. L. O. .
devotes many VlUffhin. ;rp.. ,
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and
ies of the lake project Is a foot other tlme-oonsumlng details ..,. \ .
The students, from both elementary is have ethers Rogers addresses

Win Loses and high school, are Despite the confining: quarters Fisheating Creek area !trip -" ft' I ke

111I.................... 11 I the most common users of the the library Is doing aU right optometristsCongressmen :. 4' tr .:
, _..................... I 7 library. When Dot pursuing in But elastic walls and a few planned by Audubonites Sunday ., ,. : O' t\
_..................... I 7 formation to be used In history, more chairs to add to the scant Paul C. Rogers I' ;.;_. ... i'
.._0.. ................ I 7 biology. English or other classes dozen already there would will be guest of honor and featured >\ :
;; .......,.......... I SLilmber the boys seek out tome on neip. Next Sunday, October 11 was Church. In the report of C. W. speaker on October 13 at
........... T clipper ships, snakes, whaler the date chosen. for the field trip Fuller, treasurer it was noted a joint dinner'meeting of the .
i1JU ........... 0 10 Indian lore. The tastes of the of the season at the Lake Okee- that the annual gin subscriptions Florida East Coast Optometric :, .-/ A
;.(Motors ... 5 11 girls run to gentler subjects but Country club chatBy chobee Audubon Society meet- to the Audubon Magazineand Assn and the Browsed County I-I '1 JL :' .
8cntela both boys and girls b.v. shownan LETTY big last Tuesday The group will the Natural History Magazine Optometric Society at Hidden F

I.gusher Game ......._ 171PIS interest in books explaining McCONVILLE meet at the dewlston Inn at were made to the Clewlston Valley Country Club near Del- } t
. ...- 168I communism. Adults usually Last Friday the Ladles Asso one o'clock, and with George Public Library and the dewls- ;-T Beech. Officers of the State .
Game $aDd1cap browse !la the new books section ciation of the Clewlston! Country Espenlaub as guide will go to ton High School Library. uptometric Society will attend.

.Brasher .- 227sgle. and their selections usually are Club met for their first meeting the Fishing Creek area lor an Beautiful slides of wild life,

._.....- 216Iles influenced by the "best seller" of the season A $hole low-net afternoon of bird-watching A birds, flowers and scenery of "
'! ..---.. 214Into. lists twosome was played and Ruin picnic supper wilt precede the Roucky Mountain area of western School menus : l
IIcraebI \ The growing demand for boots MoWer and Letty McConville trip back. Canada were shown by Wm.T. TOO GOOD ,
I CarllD 471'idesdco Is reflected in two recent moves split first prize.A Mrs. Wm. C. Owen presided Stitt. About 20 members and (Menus subject to change, as f I
.' .- WIrdm by the Library Board which, business meeting was held at the meeting, held at the Social guests enjoyed the meeting. supplies require)
IIIDdIc.p with Mrs. Ford's advice has afterwards On Friday, October Hall of the First Methodist Wednesday October 7:

I ogle "...,.. IIISmllll engaged an assistant librarian, 16th the Ladies, with a handicap Naples game won, Hot dog on bun potato chips TO BE dUST .;
"...,,_ I2Z Mrs, Betty Stalls and extended'RESTAURANT of 29 or under (for 18 Boys in serviceWEST buttered spinach carrot sticks,
holes), have been invited to already yet! cake with icing, bread and but i

play at teMp Acres The dateline It that Clewlston high
COAST (FHTNC) seems ter.Thursday
for signing up is October defeated October I:
school already has
9th. Mr. Hartzell, the new Pro, :Michael C. Brantley aviationelectrician's Naples in the game scheduledfor Ham and Beans, pickled beet!, FORlHE1
I
mate
airman USN
gave a greeting to me Ladles cole slaw, Jetto. hot buttered
tomorrow night. Or, has it?
and I son of! Mr. and Mrs. John T.
announced that he will hold An "Official Senior class An- com bread milk "
Brantley of 440 East Ventura'
I a Clinic for women only on Ave nouncement" released on Tuesday Friday, October 9:
dewlston Fla
is
participating
Wednesday mornings starting in a training operation said that there would be a Tuna salad in lettuce cup, buttered Y UNG'J J
f October 14th The Clinic win called I "Exercise Union Square" "victory dance after the win peas, celery sticks, assorted '
consist or six consecutive lessons fruits bread butter,
-' off the coast of California with over Naples on Friday night"The ,. I
for .
a nominal! fee Private milk. '
]Heavy Attack Squadron Two. dance will start In the "J-II I
lessons will also be available The exercise la designed! to gym immediately after the Monday, October 12: t ;
Open 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. The meeting was adjourned and J Increase the combat readiness game with admission for couples Chicken and dumplings, English '{. '
a delicious luncheon was served I!)f Pacific Fleet units !In strike, 75 cents and SO cents for stags. peas, carrot. pineapple and raisin ,
garland Hwy. Clewiston by Mrs Hartzell at her home. J.intl-alrcraft and antisubmarine Refreshments will be sold. salad, No-bake cookies,. 'c t
1 warfare. Eighteen surface ships The final paragraph of the bread, butter milk.
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See the World Series in Colorin Bob Orerholt's t;,wo submarines and several air announcement said: "Students Tuesday, October 13: SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INITITUTI ::i : I
TRAILER SALES units are participating in the and those accompanied by students Roast beef over rice, chopped .
the \peratlon. will be admitted so com spinach, peach half, Jells with \, 't 1 I
Pit Room
NEW and: USED Training operations of this to the Victory Dance after dew- fruit, yeast biscuit, butter milk. eiaF/vciM4| : \i ie :
515 Central Avenue iston's victory over Naples** Wednesday, October 14 "
U type are held periodically tQ Increase : v
Tony open your Orates on the HoU-ahefll Phone YU 3-1831 the combat readiness of It U understood that the Hamburger on bun, potato chips, 'j .

:loot units Naples team and its followers blackeyed peas, celery sticks,

also a cocky bunch, have not apple cobbler, bread, butter Advertising doesn't cost.. it PAYS! ;f1
yet. heard of the announcement." milk ,


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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewistoa, Fla. tin and over the fitted round- honeymoon at a.undisclosed lo Tlsh BlountGames From &Ue Clade
Thursday, October >, ID8' necked satin bodice, was a Jacket cation Mrs Douglas changed to Dana-Hicks ritesin 0 Victor Zawadskl Mrs"eft., '
of white Chantilly lace, buttoned a yellow two piece JersFyjtraveling ..- were enjoyed 'during Con'1eton. Mrs. Doll
down the back with small dress, with which she the evening and prize 'was Mrs. W. J Norris **
I self-covered buttons and fashioned wore the corsage 'of {yellow Tice church awarded to Mrs. Wilmer Hayes.
with long sleeves, which sweet-heart roses which centered Patients discharged Louise Refreshments of cake and Girl
i ended la points at the wrists. her wedding bouquet Mill Patricia Aleta Hicks of Smith, Betty Worley, Byrle Allison punch were served tr> the Scout
Her flnertlpfell of nylon net The bride I. a graduate of Fort Myers and Charles Wil- W. C. Spencer, Royce guests. meeting
I was attacked to a small crownof Clewiston High Scboota lau of liam Dana Clf LaBelle were mar Wilkerson Dlllen Hall, A. W. The guest list included: Mrs at play park
n pearls and brilliants. Her wedding 1964 She is now employed; in ried Friday evening In the Waldron, Theda Langston. Sam- James Rider Mrs. Robert Mc-
bouquet was a cascade arrangement the Clewiston News office The Methodist Church of Tice. The my Falamy, Virgil Duncan. Colly, Mrs Michael Herring, II AU. girls In grades 4
: of white carnations, groom, who also attended Clew- Rev. Ralph Jones, pastor officiated Patients remaining Reba Mrs\ Fisher Ange, Mrs. Wilmer Scouts who wish to join the*CI'
1 r tuberoses and centered with yellow laWn High School, is employedby at the double-ring ceremony Weaver, Velma Nalle, Della Haystl/rew..D,.aids w4d.Mr.: Play are asked to meet at
sweetheart roses a construction firm.; The ear before an altar arranged Bledsoe, Jennie Toulls, Sue Cor- ; tohn Drakes Park, on Monday at I
JaMrs.Tra ,
I. Maid of honor and only attendant ple will live In their new trailer with palms baskets of white bin, Robert Cox, Lester White, n Slmmoii'i1n; .P.DI.Women
of the bride was her home In Clewiston Trailer Park. flower and candlelabra. Sidney Crochet, Della Beavers, Art Lawrence. who are Inertlled!
q sister Patricia: Pact, who wore The bride Is the daughter\ of Margaret Greer, Gladys Archer, fe' working with the scous
J are
a daffodil yellow brocade_ A- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boutwell, Johnny; Carver, Herman Gray, asked to attend.
line sheath, with square neck Linda Walker to and the groom ii the son of Mr. Hjalmar Bell Clarice Mitchell 1\. There are no piss..
and short sleeves.' Her bead- and Mri Woodrow McGowln of Bilk Wiggins, Brownie lea
William Johnson Troop
at
piece was of matching veiling : Miami. He formerly attended Mamie Begtow, Edna Frank. ;.Ship Best Way!: to the lack or aduItI pre SftIt, 1
and velvet bows. She carried a wed Thos. Sims high school in dewlston. residing with members of 10 110
crescent bouquet of yellow' variegated uncle and Mr. ., l. such s w
with his aunt } : Should this situation!
,
carnations. !+e and Mrs W. D. Dana. Shower honors i R E, A led 'It 1. likely a be
troop
1 f', The groom was attended by Mr and 'Mrs. H. -H.,Walker The bride was dressed Informal a : formed world
Bill Sears as best man. Ushers :of Englewood Florida announce: gown of Chantffly lace
were Wayne; Pace a cousin and 'the engagement of his ,daughter and tulle; the lace bodice featured Mrs. Johnie Jackson FREE PICK-UP
Jim Pace brother, of the Linda Joyce Walker, to BIRTHS
; a .a. scalloped neckline outlined
l- bride. Thomas, Franklin Sims, -101I'of tiered A stork shower was given at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph r
lf in sequins; the and'DELNERYr
of Gerald White
the Mrs
home
Mr. and are the proud 3
Mrs: E. Chester Sims, parents of
White blossoms were used to, Greensboro, Alabama. M 1 I s skirt of tulle and lace terminated in Golf View Saturday evening, r boy, Timothy, born Octoii 11,
decorate the upstairs porch of In a short train." Her Illusion
f honoring Mrs. Johnie Jackson;
2.2141 Hendry
Walker is YU General
the
daughter of the
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the dewlston Inn, where the veil was shoulder length assisting hostesses 'Were Mrs.
late Mrs. Mildred.Walker, Clew- young man weighed < !
and 4.
wedding reception was held. iston. fen from a tiara of pears Ray Clark, Mrs. Edward Bar oz. at birth
The brlde'i table was overlaid, silk braid. Her cascade wedding
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with yellow linen and net bouquet was of feathered J
I caught at Intervals with small white carnations centered witha ".
I L velvet bows y white orchid.

_: Assisting in serving the three- The bride's attendants, Miss

I tiered wedding cake topped r Sandra Earmark maid of honor ....,."..,; ,
MR. and MRS. JOHN CLIFTON DOUGLAS bridesmaid p" '
with .a traditional bride and and Miss Jan Rose -
groom were Misses Laverne wore blue brocade taffeta Banquets i y yw -
Taylor and Ellis Mock and Mrs. carried bouquets of white carnations -
,
Douglas-Pace ceremony performed Virginia Shellman. tipped In blue. .

jl. Mrs, Lucille Pace mother of William Taylor, Jr., of La- .': :
Club
Belle was best man. Ushers Meetings .' -. -
the
; in Assembly of God Saturday with bride black was accessories dressed and in green worea were Bob Mime, David Yeo- '

cymbidium orchid mans and Gary SUlwell.
corsage.The
Miss Sandra Anita Pace and were also used as altar decora mother of the Mrs The wedding reception was ; -
groom !
John Clifton Douglas were married tions. Lonnie Douglas, chose an afternoon held in the fellowship hall of the Birthday. Partiesfi'. ,
in the Assembly of God Mrs James F. Klmbrel, organist dress of royal blue, with k church where the bride's table "| ( : i t ,, ;y .
Saturday evening with the Rev. played "Because", "I black accessories.: She"wore a ; was overlaid with white lace ,.
James F. Klmbrel. pastor, performing Love You Truly"; "0 Promise cymbidium orchid. cloth and set with silver candle- '
the double-ring cere- Me" and other wedding selections Kathy Pace, sister of the labra and other appointments In Anniversaries .,. .
mony. prior to the traditional bride, presided at the bride's silver and crystal. The three ". ,
Lights from white tapers processional from Mendlessohn. book. tiered wedding cake, topped ..... ,. '.
I burning In cathedral candlelabra The bride, given in marriageby Before leaving on a week's with miniature bride and groom, / '
Tea Parties
cast a soft glow over the Mr. Marshall Pace of La- was served with punch. Mrs. .,.
I wedding party at the altar. Belle, wore.a street length wedding Harris Edrnark. Mrs William "1 'p' "
1 Floor baskets of white mums, dress of satin and )ace. PHS staff membersat Miss Walker is a graduate of Taylor and Mrs William Cleaves
\ glade and pom poms and palms The bell-shaped ,skirt was of aaf Clewiston High School and of assisted !in the hospitalities. And that
New York meet Palm Beach Junior College She Before leaving for a honeymoon Special event .
received a B.A. degree In Elementary on the East Coast, the
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Dr W. F. HID Jr. and two Education from the bride changed to a pink and '
other members of the Hendry University; of Florida in 1964 white linen sheath traveling -' ," '';:.

f GETTING MARRIED? County Health Department staff and is now teaching the third costume. .The facilities of the Inn will, help make<<: the occasion more
are In New York attending the grade at Barton Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Dana will reside '

annual convention of the American School, Lake Worth, Florida.Mr. in LaBelle where be is em- memorable by relieving the host: of the burdensof
i ; NEED HOUSING? Public Health Association: Sims is a graduate of ployed by Central and Southern
Mrs Kay Fields, public health Greensboro High School and Florida Flood Control District
Ii It' nurse, and Rick Conkling, sanitarian received a B.S. degree la Business Among the out of town guestsat preparation and. worry.
are the staff members Administration from Au- the ceremony were Mr. and .
.. I i' WHY NOT in attendance. burn University in 1961. While Mrs. William Taylor, and Billy
I at Auburn he was a member of Taylor. Bob Mimi Gary Still-
I Sigma Phi Epsilon social fra wen David Yeomans and Mr. Whether for a complete'meal, a cake or hors d'oeuvrei,
/ Rainbow Assembly ternity. He is now associatedwith and Mrs Jerry Bush, LaBelle;
t: I I CONSIDER A Crawford and Company; in Mr. and Mrs. Ken Morris, the Inn helps everyone enjoy the occasion .
initiates three West Palm Beach. Florida. Keith Glenn and Tommy Morris
i The wedding will be* an eventof and Mr. and Mrs. Paul r..1.,
:j. MOBILE HOME? Three new members"were initiated April 4th at the First Methodist Morris and son, Ricky, and Mr.
I Into the Order of Rainbow Church Clewiston. and Mrs. Glenn Paronto, Lakeland
I II for Girls Monday night at _. -PLAN NOW-:
the Masonic Temple Suzanne
:
I TWO AND THREE BEDROOM FULLY FURNISHED Peers worthy advisor, conducted Garden Club ,
,. ..,
the for MarQee k Shower compliments' -i' //to \ 4
I MODELS ON DISPLAY AT OUR SALES LOT '. ceremony .
White Julie Vaughan and Debbie meets Thursday
? Farmer bride-elect
Miss Marlene Uzell, worthy; The Clewiston Garden Club
I Walk in and start living advisor and Mrs. Eileen Raul- will meet Thursday, October 15 Miss Sandra Pace, who wedding -
arson, mother advisor of the at three p.m. at the home of to J. C. Douglas was an THE CLE1STON'
BANK: FINANCING Moore Haven Assembly were Mrs. T. E. Weathers on State event of Saturday evening, was
Introduced behind the bars. Mr. Road 720 (Old Moore Haven honoree at a bridal shower given ..
f Ted UzeU and Rainbow Girls Road), by Miss Cheryl Waters, Miss
/ CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. from Moore Haven were also Ted Gallo, county agent, will Evelyn Daughtrey and Mrs Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2.3501
Introduced.The be the speaker; his subject will Curtis Pelham Thursday eve
Assembly voted to sell be .ar...... All members are aln,.
', ,,' .. Highway 27 East YU 22661 Christmas cards and decorations urged to attend: The party was held in the
.j
I' t' as money-making projectsthis ITbe Weathers'' home is the Fellowship Hall of the Assembly
I ; Open doly 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday after church year, and Mrs. Hortense white frame house adjacent to of God The honoree opened
t Vann reported on the school of the Chamberlain residence on and displayed her lovely
L' ,/ Instruction. the west aide of SR 720)). gifts, and the hostesses served' '
refreshments' of punch. Individual mmBAKERITE3
cakes, nuts and mints froma
1" table decorated In the bridal 9c
motif. lbs.

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Rodney to Booker live music A His. Cemfce PEACHES .. 2 for 490 BLEACH __ allon 39

SATURDAY KITE OCT. II
Skating 7 tel a p.m. 10e WEBB'S LONG GRAIN BUMBLE BEE WHITE MEAT
(plus skate rental)

Dancing t to 11 p... 71e Rice 5lbs. 69 9
Dance(plus and skate Skate rental- tl.) Tuna 3 for

Dancing for 20 years
'. of age and. underRYSTIL BRAVO -
wjaiscr* oMOOUKOOWScansl
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For those of you who are undecided between the comfort' MORTON'S

?,I of a full-size car and the savings of a compact congratulations. Than., FrL. Sit, OclS-MI

li 'You've done again. Talked Dodge DOUBLE FEATURE Beef& Turkey Pot Pies each 19OLD

'' .,. \ Into a brand-new car that's Just your meat. Coronet. "Tarzan, 'The

i a As much stretch-out room inside as a lot of cars that cost a lot more. Man"
Ape
.. GLORY
L.- Easy to drive, easy to park and easier to own Denny Miner

than any full-size Dodge In years. -. 'TS P.M. ONLY Great Northern Pinto Kidney & Pork & Beans JO//

i If you buy a car on style, take a look.you buy a car on value, '. .' ,1 -

take a list Coronet gives you a choice of 7 engines "Ensign Pulver" GEORGIA GRADE """
bench or bucket seats, console, four-on-the-floor .; i,: Sebert Walkers FKESII GROUND'WHOLE

convertibles and will give ':IM Ml ONLY FRYERS lb. 2lbs. 9
sedans, wagons, hardtops. Any one you < Sat. Oct It .. 290 HAMBURGER

more than enough room and plenty of action. f\i, 1:3: c..u-a

Unlimited taste 7 Limited budget 7 Dodge that problem with Coronet .,, SMALL TO HAKIM FUT cUr j
The hot new Dodge at a new lower price. if 'N'v, .:,' .LATE SHOW I
.i ', After lie Game m, pet I RIBS I Ib.i: 4ge PORKCHOPS.--JbJ2
Dodge comes on big for 65. Dart Coronet a Polara Custom 880: Monaco.H4 J I: ll.'Ja TM."Brides -uu_

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tt ,! 65 Dodge Coronet ": ofDracula" tENDER SIRLOIN WESTERN STEAK lb. TENDER Ibe 2FRANK'S

.: Pete CwhtagTM ,890 BEEF LIVER ..___

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See all the new Dodges on display at your 'nearby
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gins this fall, Is estimated at ther expansion In acreage ex those permitted by the proper Wayne and Kilcbelle Pace, of ClewUton Fl*. fHE CLEW1STON!: NEWS Pap Flve
Acreage. about 450,000 tons greater thin late in.both states, acreage res- tIonate shares originally established Melbourne, were weekend: Thursday, October a, 1984
i ft** page 1)CSD"'I ) the quota that would be established frictions are deemed necessary for their farms In' FlorIda guests of relative in dewln -
(ICIIPped for the area for next :year to ,aYOIIxces.lve sugar supplies any unused acreage will be ton and LaBelle, coming down
considerations Included under the present law in relation to the area's reallotted to other farms, the to attend the Douglas-Pace wedding Ben Sanford Richard L. Oct. -Mary Lois Lee, Mrs
C. For the unrestricted 1964 marketing opportunities and carryover \- operators of which request additional &ll Saturday evening Tw.ddy: Earl Byrd. Karl and Leona Swearingen, johnny
till S bvingroducuon from the crop Florida acreage Increasedby requirements a ere a g e. after the Miss Dean Webb of the University Eric'Laraen, J. F. Walker. Owens' ** ,
Af? i area exceeded : about 4S percent from a year The determination Issued to last Oct.15-Anna ,# I
the >> amount of unused acreage has of Florida spent ,Oct. IJWames Harris. Pauline MaelftnesjLJt y ; y '
1J6S croP quota of '11,000 tons about earlier and that. In Louisiana day, which restricts acreage in been determined. weekend with her mother, Mrs. Berne, A F Cotterell Mrs. Hall, Mrs. J. :B.: Fountain 'i \
year'a 300,000 tons, 10 percent.D. the area to 89 percent of the 4. Moderately small acre J. L. McDaniel.Mr. Manning Carter. Glen J'III'1ff.Mar But :Bearden Kea Walker, ,! I I
If aIIIIost Production from the 19McroP' In view of the foregoing 1964 level Includes the follow ages are made available In ,; and Mrs. Fred Reed of ,.'S. Celger. S th Howard,,, Cheryl Waters. ,L
,
the barves of which be- And aloe the potential for fur. fag provisions: each state for new producer\ Nokomis visited Mrs. Hula Hfc i
1. A base will be established shares, generally, of SO acres Mr and Mrs. E. H. Whlddon O'Neal and other friends in
for each farm at the larger ofa each for farms that did not have returned from a two weeks Clewliton Sunday. Mrs Reed is
( ) 90 percent of Its 1964-crop grow sugarcane during the vacation visiting relatives in the former Mrs Mary Ray {
sugarcane acreage or (b) its 1962-64 period. Requests for Alabama Mississippi and Daytona Mrs. P. 'M McIntyre, Mrs. titlP.fiit -
average acreage,for the :years these shares must be filed In Beach' Florida. Hugh Allen, Mrs Ruth Owens, .
of 1962 through 1964. Acreages ASCS county offices by Oct. .. Mr and Mrs. Thomas B. Mrs. O H. Coleman and Mrs 1t ,
to be used In establishing farm Provisions of the determination Owens, Jr and children, Nancy Thorns! B Owens were In Miami "
bases will be those harvested relating to various general and Tommy, ot Jndlantown to attend the fashion Show- ,
for sugar and seed plus the matters are similar to those 'spent' the: weekend, with relatives 'lags last weekend.
acreage of bona fide abandonment that have been In effect for prior In Clewlston.Mr. Mr and Mrs Hugh Wlngardof
However, in accordance restrictive crops and Mrs, Robert.George fort Myer spent Sunday in
with the Department's previous As in former years, ASCS returned Saturday trozJa,an extended Clewlston. -
announcements? any .1962cropacreage : county offices have been delegated vacation visit in the Item; to Reet I Have it restyled .
planted after April U, ;North. They visited Excelsior .Y.
responsibility for establishing Jt was Bill's first day back: on 4'
'( 1962. and any 1964-crop acreage farm proportionateshares ,Springs\ Missouri,.and other Jocations. the Job after vacation. .
AT planted after May 1, 1964 will In accordance, with the Mr. and Mrs H. A. "How was :your trip'" askeda : at Johnny's e e :
.be disregarded. department's regulation Avant and children met their Yellow employee.. '
2. An adjustment factor of plane in Miami on their return. : have'
Fuller'sCarter : "WeU, sighed the weary Here's the Inexpensive way to
Al .91 will be applied to each farm : Mrs. George Messer is a patient traveler, "have you ever spent "NEW" furniture In your home ., :
. base to arrive at the farm pro Air'of in Florida Hospital ,and two weeks In a station wagon A5 '\ r
portionate share (acreage allotment Sanitarium at Orlando where
with those thought
:you you ,
: ). (Conttraed from Fate U| she is reported as improving loved best?* Let us re-cover it! I
.
3 To offset anticipated unused nicely
Mary Paint Store proportionate shares on It would take 24 !hours for J the Mrs W P. Jernlgan is ex BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Can NOW for a FREE
some farms in Louisiana, 10.000 water to be removed from the pected home this weekend from Oct 8 Diane Clark Edgar I
acres are being made availableto West Palm Beach, where she Johnson, Earline Bearden, showing; of samplesL
Complete Line of Paint' and Supplies other farms, the operators of well.The guage Is being lowered underwent major surgery ten Jack Adams. (no obligation; )
Phone YU 2-3281 which file written requests, 250 feet at a time with Inter days ago. Her daughter, Mrs. OctE.. B Bethea, Jr.. Eddie IJohnny's e I
within 7 days after notices of vats of five minutes between Ed Milton, ot Gainesville is Crosby Lonnie Ford, Caroline
|l44 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewfcton Fla. shares have been mailed to each descent It not only records with her in West Palm Beach. Gann.
them signifying that they wishto the pressure and depths Mr. and Mrs. Don Giddens Oct 10-Madeline' Martin Ger Seat CoversFree
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tIt, .,. .vt Vt
!"- ; 4A A plant acreages In addition to but the time of readings! the and daughter Kathy,al theUniversity ald White Katherine Messer
latter being Important for rea- I of'Miami, Dr Cook R. J, Ball, Inlane Do-
sons not explained by geologists and Mrs. Lionel Beatty of Fort mlnguez. Joanne Busek Pickup and DeliveryFree
at the scene. Myers( were guests of Mr and Oct: 11-Mrs. J. T, Barrow :Betty -
It was estimated that there Mrs, Claud Giddens and other TIllman, Ruth Hancock, Estimates YU 3-3271
were 24S barrels of water In the relatives here last weekend.Mr. Alice Addison, Gloria Catala. Clewis Florida (
conscience well and this water has to come and Mrs. Marshall Pace Oct. 12,- Mrs. Charlie Bolton, ton, f II III
Let
your out first before the. oil will flow.It I
will emerge through a steel !
pipe two and one-half Inches In
diameter and enclosed In a steel
Guide your choice and concrete casing that protects finD .
It from all outside pressures
and contamination. rLjPOISON
If the water does not come { .
out of Its own accord, a pump .
er truck was on hand to pump'' It. : :
diesel oil to the bottom of the I" iII ,
"
shaft In the hope that it would

,. force the water upward and \
,7 ___ then, hopefully, flow out itself Saga, t .'
mixed with petroleum. ,
)
These measures having failed,
I L w a technique called "swabbing"would : 1I ,
.4 a i rYj', be employed. In this process \ .J '"
i rAre I IJ
a cable equipped with rub I II"
ber cups is forced into the welL J ''
When the cable starts to with- <
draw, the cups open up, clinging \ -
,
tightly\ to, the sides of the ,; '
pipe, and clear away whatever :. .: \
constructing material might be I

there.More than SO people, a large RATS Cutting into Your ;' ? :

percentage news media representatives

test went on, were under on the hand directionof as the PROFITS? : f i.. ;

Benny Franks of Dallas, petroleum Goldwater ,
engineer for Sun Oil .
There were news and TV people 1 USE -
from Tampa, Fort Myers, ,
Orlando, St. Petersburg. La* ;
Fast More effective i.J
Belle, dewlston. and West Palm Dinner' ,
Beach at the scene. i. ,
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Choose faith Choose freedom Reserved seats : Readytouse. "
$25 per couple" PEr t.d

are available : RAT PELLETS j
Citizens for Goldwater invite you to join now 'jI
Reserved seats are available $12.50 plate I
in a crusade for 'honor for justice for morality to each home football game of per 8UBbcto kj PUnt. Pnwtaca.....,V.ra Bctcb, .... !
the Clewlston Tigers accordingto l lCDfa1dhute48J- -t I

for peace for progress and prosperity."We Chapman.Supervising Principal C. J. Everyone Invited 1 : i

Tickets may be purchased at 1
the south gate, prior to each CORBIN'SFARM i
the game, for $175. The seats are PHONE YUkon 2-4581 ,
must and we can find our way to in the north (home) stands and ,
which were not sold : 'I II
those
greatness and purpose worthy of this nation and with are season tickets. > for reservations and details AND RANCH SUPPLY f!


its people" Join with us today. Glades Roofing Co. e': Sugarland Highway Clewitoni;

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foB Types ef Reef sad t- '
Sheet Metal Wert' :, .'-. rit'rf/< '.
: a J'RODUCT-O'C :> ,MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN MERCURY DIVISION* ,;,* "
Together shall succeed. New Construction er "*
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Final Clearance on All of Our Stock of '64 Cars

Priced Not Print Them .. (I
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FOUR COMPANY CARS TO GO 10 BIG DAYS :'Mercury. for 1965. r:; w,/ 1\,; the 7.in ': Continental.tradition, .1 j.

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Pontiac Catalina Vista ,
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Loaded with equipment and air conditioning h. .. .. ... ,
c.> fl' '<'- :, :. .

1 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan I '
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Full, power and air'conditioning \\WherTyou lirst"see this one, you'may ask,, accurately reflects the Lincoln Continental 1 II"

1 Chevelle ; :VWhat car is that t1'. Mercury, Is? that new. tradition. See how well the idea works 1 :

4-door- Sedan. e CONVENIENT AlL YOUR WAY NEEDS TO CHECK The( look is new. Completely. Low, sleek, at your Mercury dealer's showroom today ,

'. ,. Power and air conditioning ,.{.]I.'w't" lt beautifully proportioned. The ride is new. -r gn "jr

1 YOUR ORDER IN FIRST Solider, quieter. The idea behind all this TO > f* {/ "
Chevelle Convertible, AHEAD OF neE CROWDSYOUR '
,.. 1111.f "ll l fnewness_istqbring you_ Mercury_that. I :*: Lady driveri ,
'V ORDER PREPARED EARLY 'I t
,*S i ,V FROM COMPLETE STOCKS 1- ; 1 I j I

1 Inc. 2 for ffct pri<. of I IFltS
Co.
Chuck ; Motor I.
Wells A MNNYt Hendry County Motors Inc. I : .

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Your Pontiac ,
Only Author eta Chevrolet, Olds and SugarlandRexall

>t ; Deale ; in Clewiston Sugarland. Highway :oo.J, i J "gewison'Fla.'sit t ,' .
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evening en attending were Mr. Martin
Monday
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) 'go SIx THE CLEW1STON NEWS dewiston. Fla. "Chevron" i.i new Other officers choien were Ham Mrs Vera Davidson Mrs "SSiS'' un

/ Thursday, October 8, ISM vice president, Mrs. F. B. Royal R. W. Brown Mrs C. a Jones
brand Hello
Standard secretary and treasurer MM. L. A. Cobb, Mr. Doyle Rev RIchard Glade

Crown a gasoline brand- Mrs Pat Drake. Worth, Mrs T. E. Browning 1:30: '.m. Roaemll1, ..... I
Dr. Billy Hargis, keynote speaker in name used by Standard 011 Mrs. Sam Rich conducted the Mr. Bill Thomas, Mrs W. 0. 10:30: aim: Sunda, ScIloQi l

Company (Kentucky) far more Bible .quiz which was won by Morgan, Mrs. Belle Bryan and 8:00: p.m. Divine p

Austria to speak at Moore Haven than 90 years, is being replacedby Mr. C W. Mann. Mrs M. O. Down Cass Wedngda7

{ a new nameChevron."With During the social hour a surprise
I the change to the Chev- held
birthday party was ,
TO OOJ'TR.CTOR"I '
I I SEWAGE NOTICE COI4.BCTIOM 1TITKM NOTICE Dr. BIpJame5Hergls, tent at the Vienna Congress ron name we are Identifying honoring Mrs. H. V. Turner. Refreshments
ADDITION' no. s The Mendry County Board of founder and director: of Christian The representative of West with thoseof ClewistonChurch
I retail
Commissioners will accept our operation of sandwiches,
CITY Or < E.KWISTOI' FLORIDA County sealed bids until II:*. .A.... Crusade who will speak lathe Germany 1* the former' Chancellor parent Standard -
CONTRACT) HO. 4Healed our company cookies, cokes and coffee were
proposals' will be received October II. It". for the purchase -. high school auditorium of Konrad Adenauer. Oil Company of California" Mrs. I
of two IM4 or Ml Cher.rolet served by the hostesses,
el tor the the vnderals-ned City of Clewlston at tnsoffice Ford, or OMC. dump Moore Haven on Saturday October : Dr Hauls is Internationally laid W. C Smith. President of W. R. Baxter and Mr. C W.
r without bodies.Detailed 17 at 8 bas just famous for his historic "Bible
Florida until :10 EAT. trucks be p.m., returned the Standard OH Company Mann. D ire
i, '1 October ,If,they.l will at 'be:i.'rd.publicly time obtained upon specifications request from may office from Europe where he Balloon Project" Since 1953 "This Company and Its subsidiaries Attending were Mr*. Rich ctO.
I and place Circuit Court, of the greatest he has launched over a million TJ.
opened and sad aloud. The of Clerk. of was liven one had been using the Chevron Mr. Turner, Mrs. Drake, MM. YST.
work for which th..* proposals LaRolle. Florida. honors of his life by being asked Bible tract and portion of the Canada
the rlfhtto name in 28 tales, Mrs. John Brant- .
consists oleomtruetlon The board reserves Susie Roland JEHOVAH'S WITNESSESKingdom !: !
are to be submitted to be the keynote speaker at Scriptures over the Iron Curtain .
all bids and to MUGUErI \
or the
reject any America before
of atenaloB to and Latin Mr, onto
an ley Mr. W. J. Jackson, HelU-UT W. !:
award the contract In the bu.tInlsnslHARVARD the of the International countries despite fierce Sip Father
.. collection system Including Congres opposition Robert
1teDtucky'
the .w. addition of Standard of A.
Baxter, Mrs. Mann, Mr. Royal, R. Oafaorn Boiuer
lift station. IAAEDf- the communist Yet
on Committee for the Defense of by I 00
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t 8. five states. Barber. Mr*. Pre* Lm. Ir 7:00:
Mr
Jasper
All materials furnished and all Sunday Watchtower Study
the and J.11I.-8uD4a
BON' Christian Culture in- Vienna despite agitation opposition
work performed hall bo IB accordance ChairmanCN Decal bearing the new name ton,, Mr. I.. C Miller and Mill 4:15: pjn.Tueeday. Mall. ,
Austria. the first launching: was
with plane epeolfleatlone Too .
OI had to be placed on 30,000 gaa- .m.11l1;
Miller]
and contract docum.at0porlalnlac made It the edge of the Iron Ann BOde Study 8:00 PJB. Wady
of
which b* Oct. .. *. IM4 Representative oIIcl.llOV- clime pump in the Company' I 7:00: .ID.-I'\rat\ .
thereto may Curtain Ger Thursday Ministry: School: T:. !'rItIa,
examined at the office of the ernments of 29 itatei were preother near Nurenburg, 8.000 outlets in five states. In IIui.
City Manarrr at the City Ball.Clewlston. NOTICE Or ITTICT10: TORKGUTkR m.nyln 1853 at which time 50.- newest pjn. .< HUT
Florida, or at the office MCTtTIOtl MAHM addition all but the Ruth class holdsinstallation Service Meeting 1:30: C81f9f1Ag
000 portion of the Bible printedin pja.KOITHTOB t'BUIca
of Gel and Jensen. Consulting The undersigned does hereby than the publisher's own pump are being repainted. The 1t1 N. FraDcltoe
Xns-fneers, Ine, 011 Okeerhobee certify that they are eonducUneT and which are named In sections Czech, Slovak Polish, Russian red blue depending B. IIree&
will be
or J.
Road West Palm Beach. a Mobile Homes Bales businessat 113.III. Illlll, and llllll. Postal and German were launched pump meet MlSSIONUYBUTJ8'I' Goodrich: MlDiater
Florida. One copy of the documents. Clewlston Florida, under the manual. on the grade of gaso 10:00:
including blank bid forms fictitious name of Hendry County Total No. copies printed Aver- by Dr. Hargis and his com line The Chevron trademark I* CHTJ1CH a.nv-Blbl; Scud
to be eiecuted and eabmltled Mobile Home Sales and that ace No. copies each, Issue during mittee. Each gas-filled balloon Members of the Ruth Class 804 N. Francisco Street u:0: a.nucommunlon
be obtained preceding 11 months, 1110 Single red, white and blue. IDd
with a proposal may said firm Is composed of the fol- ;
from the office of 0. and lowing persons whose ...... and Issue nearest to filing date bad a maximum range of 4,000 Work on this changeover has of the FIrst Baptist Church met Rev. Julian Pope Worahip 8InIce.
Jenson. Consulting En0ln00rs.Inc places, of residence are as '01. 1701. miles. More than 100,000 were ninety at the home of Mr. A. R. 1:43: ..m.Sunday school T:3O: P.m.-CommUl1loa
for the
past and
been going on
payment of |16.00 plus Paid circulation To term subscribers
t .;5 upon elate sale tar a total ofIII ow.Belle: dado Mobile Homes.Inc. by mall, carrier delivery prepared and lent over in 1954 days, and the change will be Broadfoot Thursday evening to 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. WOnblp( Senb
.41 a sot. which amount will a Florida corporationInoorporat.d or by other means, Average No. and 250.000 in 1955 '56, and '57. effective October 6th. install officer Jar the coming 4:39: p.sn.-BTC. Wednesday:
.
not be refunded. under the laws copies each Issue duringpreced addition European 7:30:
In to the five church p.nu-Bible
A certified or cashier's check of Florida April T, IM4. cog It month., 160; Blnitle Issue "There will be no change in year. 1:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Stud,.
on a national or state bank or a Ownership of Belle Glade Mobil nearest to filing date 111. trip made by Dr. Hargis station identification" Smith Mr. J. Ed Taylor Impressively Wednesday
bid bond In a sum of not lens Homes Ine, 141 W. Canal Bt, Sales through agents newsdealsre to supervise the launching: of Installed Mr. A. C Mes- T:30 CCOOroNm
than five percent ((1*) of the Belle Glade, Florida I I. as fol- or otherwise, AverageNo. said. "A long a* we have set.vice Broad- : p.m.-Pr.yer Service. TECorr.u.
the Bible Balloons he has traveled ke, teacher; Mrs. A. R.
copies each Issue during
amount of the bid made payable lows: preceding stations in our present HOLINESS: CHtICa
to the City of Clewlston shall Chas W. Korsep, President II months, 100; Single Issue extensively in European will be foot, president; Mrs. Martha
CBTTKCH
they OF GOD Ioaaa
accompany each bid a* a ruar- John H. Korsep, VlcePresl.James nearest to filing date 140. countries, including a term of marketing area Topper vice-president. Mr. E. CJewlsto....
antee that the bidder will not dent Free distribution, by mall, Identified by the Standard Oil 818 Seam FacUta Avenge Rev. J. R. Taylor
carrier d.llnrlor study and research at Beaten- M. Cornette secretary Mr. W. Plait
withdraw from the competition C. Kortep, Secretary- by other ilgn." ; Rev. B. M.
after opining ot bids and In Treasurer.It mean Average No. copies each burg University near Geneva W. Perry assistant secretary; Long 10:00: a.nt-SundaySch aL
contract Is awarded Issue eI u r I II g preceding 11 10:00 a.nv-8anday School
event that the 11:00:
to apply to a.m.
Is our Intention Switzerland.With MM. A. R. Torbert Mrs. JohnR. -Morning
,
months, II Wonhln.
t.. the bidder he will eater ; Single Issue nearestto
Into contract and furnish the re and the Clerk for Hendry of the Circuit County,Court Floridato In filing date, 71. his reputation growingthroughout Beta Phi chapter Barton Mr. B. S. NeW and 11:00 .m.-J4ornInI Service 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Eva.Se

which performance bond, falllnv bid register the said name of Total No of ooplsi distributed, the nation, Dr. Har- MM. R. M. Davidson, group 7:30 p.m. -Evenlng: Worship Service.
forfeit the
he shall Average No. copies each Issue
deposit a* liquidated damaa-es. Hendry Sales under County the Mobile provisions Home of during preceding It months, ItOI; gig was asked to preach before holds meetingBeta leader Wednesday: Wednesday:
j All bonds shall be executed by a Chapter 10.5I, laws of Florida, Single Issue nearest to filing the Tomb of Christ in Jerusalemone The Installation service followed 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:4Sp.m.prayerSerTif.:
fully authorised surety, licensedby date, 1141.
the State of Florida Acts of 114. I certify that the statements Easter Sunday Later he Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma the theme "trees", Friday: Friday:
: The City re..".. the right towaive Chsa. W. KonepPrssldsnt mads by m* above are correct was asked to return on a similar Phi held an open meeting Mrs. Davidson conducted the 7:30 p.m.-Young People'a En: 7:4J: p.m.-Youth Service.

reject any any or Informalities all bide. and to John H. KorsepVicePresident and complete.BERYL, ,BOWDEN assignment, the only Protestant Tuesday Oct 6 at the home of devotional and Mr. Broadfoot deawr."COMMUNlTJ' -

CITY OF CLEWIBTON.FLORIDA PUBLISHER minister ever to receive Mrs. Bob McColley. presided at the business session. root BATTIST
James C. KorecpSecretaryTreasurer CHT CI
: F. Blair, NOTICE' two such request. Guests present included Mr. Others attending were Mr. L.C rBESBTTEEIAN 102 E. Ventura ATCBM
7tc. CN-101 I will not be responsible for In 1958, I960 and 1964 Dr. Joe Bundy MM. Ted Gallo. Redlsh Mrs. Belle Bryan 447 meyal Palm Avenue Rev Bob L.

CN-IOO 14 Oct. 1. I, ItllCert. Oct. I. II. I'. II, 11(4 any debts Incurred by Helen Hargis sponsored 8-hour, all- MM. Ernie Hill MM. Bill l HoU and Mrs. Etta Lelter. Henry B. Fed Minister ; Chrlsut
i Sept 9:41
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, Fountain.Alonso T. Fountain, Jr. night anti-communist radio marathon met and Mrs. Dave Pattison. A social hour was enjoyed after 9:45 ajiu--Sunday School 11:00 a.m.-Sunday School\
CN-(04Oct. *, broadcast over two The "Poise andCharm" the meeting. : a.m.-Mornlni Service
11:00
program
NOTICE 0. APPLICATION! FOR MANAGEMENT: AND : a.m.-Morning Worship
1, I, 15, U, 1111NOTICE 8:45: p.m.-TnlnJng Unka.8M
.
Mexican
CIRCULATION powerful radio station
TAE DICED was presented by Mrs.Frank 1:00: p.m. Westminster Fellow.
n..... 10110 FImide Ofotoeeo (Act of October II. Itll' Sec- and many American stations. : pjn.-Evening Service.
NOTICE I. hereby clan that tlon 4111, Title II, United States Gentry. hip.
adults
The
Hendry County Board of Young enjoy Wednesday ,
:
WILLIS Code) Each of these special broadcast
Wednesday
County Commissioners :
s bolder 0' the following certlfl. Date of ruinsOctober T, It... scaled bids until 10.00 will: set accept consisted of taped messages 700; p.m.-Officers sod Tetck-
dud said oertifioalsfor Title of publication The dew.Iston 7:30: p.m.-Cbotr Praetlce.FD8'l' .
h.
cats .
a tall did to b. issued News.Frequency. October of II 11(4, for the purchase by more than SO of the hamburger fry en Meeting.
1114
) 1111
tb.reon. The Certificate number of Issue, weekly. door sedan one for use or by County four nations most outstanding conservatives 8:00 p.m-Midweek P.
year ot Issuance, the description Location of known office of Agent anti-communist leaden Some thirty members of the METHODIST CHUBCB. Service.
nod the IIIwlllcll publication, Clewlston, Hendry
ot the property name Detailed 831 W. OseeeU Avenue
I It w. ......d are no County, Florida, 11440. obtained upon specifications request from may of be highlighting three theme Young Adult clan of the First 8:45 p.m.- follows: Location of the headquarters firs of Clerk of Circuit Court, of action: "Communism Shall Methodist Church enjoyed a Rev. David Denslow. Pastor
or .n.r.1 buainess offices 0' the LaBelle Florida and covered dish 8:41: a.nu;-Church: School. -
Not "America hamburger fry
Win Deserve
'. Description publishers 101 C.ntr.1 Annu. The Lard Ministers elect
41 1:0 Lot II Blk K, Harlem Names and addresses of publisher reject any reserves or all bids the, and rightto to to Know" and "AmericaBackto dinner In the social hall Satan 11:00 a.ni-Morning Service MAKTTN'S Lilt
Sea 10, Twp 41, R... 14 editor, and manef-lnf, award the contract In the but God and Constitutional Gov- day night 7:00: ..m.MetbodlaYoutJa'
r Name !. which tor. (.Epbeepal\)
.
Interest of Hendry Coun Clark Dorman
) "
0..004F. ernment. Following the dinner and a Fellowship.
Publisher, Beryl Bowd.aEditor HARVARD S. PARKJN- v SOT N. raeUls
J M. Duncan : Beryl Bowden BON The rally lnMoore: Haven October period of visiting, home made
All of said properly being In Managing Editor, .. H. Stalls. Chairman Clark A. Dorman, rector of CHURCH Rev. Clark H. Dorman., View |
the Count, ot Hendry. Plate 0' Owner.The Clewlston News CN-417 17th, i* being sponsored by ice cream, was served to those 07B116T
Florida.Unleie. Ino, P. O Box 1ISI, Clewiston Oct. 1, I, 1114 the Committee on Americanism St. Martin's church, Episcopal present. XM lath Central Avenue Sunday Service.:
such certificate shall Florida! K. R. Thomson, 411 of the Moore Haven Woman' was elected president. for 1964- J. J. Sullivan, Minister 7:30 a.m.-Early Euchariit!
be redeemed according to law University Avenue. (Thomson NOTICE "*DICK rirTmotJ 65 by the Clewlston Ministerial
(Ii the property described I I in such Bid*.) Toronto, Canada! Loyal NAME STATITB Club, the American Legion Post, WMU Sunday: 10:80 a.m.-Family Some sad
.f certificate will be sold to the Phillips % Ocala Star-Banner, No-Ic. I I. hereby given that thoun'erll..n.d L a die .' Auxiliary and the Association Monday. Plan were First Baptist Church School.
10:00
I III..h..t bidder .t tho Court Ocala, Florida: Beryl Bowden.P. desiring to engageIn made for a community-wide : am-Blbla School.:
I I I House : the' first : O, Box llll, Clewlston Flor business under the fictitious P.T.A A capacity crowd 1* expected 11:00 a.m.-Worship. Saint and Holy Days ai i inounced.
ii ,0t1:00: oil Thanksgiving service at 9
a.m.
officers installedMrs.
In the o ida. name of "CLEWISTON MA with group, coming fromC1ewl.ton. : .
7:00
I which !I. the ind day.of November Known- bondholders; m o r t- RINA", on parts of Lots 1 and I, Thursday Nov. 26. The place p.m.Worlblp.Wacbaetda ,
114. vatreeB and other security holder Block 7 .In the City of Clewls LaBelle Okeechobee, Is to be arranged by Prei. ,: Confessions by sppotntraent. I
I Dated this 10th day of Sep ere owning or holding 1 percent ton, Florida, Intends to register and Lake Placid to hear Dr. Dor Bob 1.. Christie wife of
tember 114. more of total amount f bonds, that cams with the Clerk ot the Hargis. Admission 11 1 free but man in consultation with lay the pastor. Installed officer of 7:30: p.m.-Mld.oek devotions
DOROTHY; MOORS CLARKClerk mortgages or other .oscurtti., Circuit Court of Headry County, leaders of Clewlston churches. the Woman Missionary Societyof and Bible Study.
I Circuit Court None Florida a free-will offering will be taken -
Hendry County, Florida This' Item Must be completedfor FRED B. VANCIL a* a contribution to Christian Henry Ford pastor of the the First Baptist Church Inan CALVARY: BArTTST CHUICI]
CN-5o1 all publications except thosewhich CN-505 Presbyterian Church was elected Impressive candlelight ceremony CHURCH Of JESUS CHKIST South dewtstoa
Oct. 1. I, II II. lost I do not carry advertising Oct. 1, 1, II, 31. 1114 Crusade vice
-preoldent and David last Tuesday. APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon Part

!i ,f t 1 1t" I Denslow pastor of the Method. Mrs. Christie used "Light" a* Soeth Clewhrtesi 8:45: a.m.-Sunday School

I, .y ya lit Church, was elected secre- theme of her service, presentIng Bra Luther Dixon Pa.tor'10:00 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service.

tary-treasurer.' a challenge to each officer : a.m.-Sunday School.: 7:00: p.nv-Baptlst Training

: I Outgoing officers are James for the new church year A 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.: Union.

; Klmbrel Assembly of God; solo "The Light of the World"by Tuesday: 8:00 p.m.-Worship Senic

president and Dorman, secre Mrs. Robert Kelly added to
Tuesday
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.,.
7 f tary-treasurer. the impressive ceremony Friday: 1:00 p.m.-Brotherhood.
Minister present Included The new officer are: MM. 7:30 Wednesday

q Dorman, Ford Denslow, Klm W. F Mall Sr., president: MM. p.m.-Youn. People'sMating. 7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prajer.
-. f., brei, Luther Holmes, TheodoreN. .
A. C. Meske, secretary; Mrs. T. '
.,; ,H' .( A''j. Granvllle and 0 D. Dldley. L. Tanner Mr. Goldle Dun- Thursday 8:00 p.m.-Cbolr Practice.
; :
.. % ,. away, Mr*. Mildred Wood. Mrs. HI-HAVEN fUrnST CHURCH

... \ 1 Methodist ladiesare Ross LaByer, circle chairmen; Highway 720
xi
i"i' i Other chairmen are MM. George -' Rev. Vie Turner Paste CLEWISTON ASSEMBtT Of

> ,,- Llneberger, program; Mrs. I:4S -
\ hosts at coffeeThe a.m.-Sunday SchooL GOD
Jr 'i E. M. Cornette, community 11:00
J : a.m.-Morning Worship 815 South Prancel6kedt ]
.'. missions; Mn. A. R. Broadfoot, I:4S
members of the Woman : p.m.-Training Unto
', stewardship Mr*. W. R. Wlm- James F. Klmbrel PutDtBunda
Society of Christian Service of 8:00: p.m.-JCY'IIIInI Worship.
j 14 i! the First Methodist Church berly: Mrs. A. H. King, hospital Wednesday: ,:
Stbool
.. .. were host to coffee ; Mrs. R. W. Kelly, prayer; 8:00 10:00: a.m.unday
t .. ... a Saturday Mrs. Martha : p.m.-Prayer Meeting.CHUKCO 11:00 a.nv-Moralng WonWp.!
Topper intercessory :
afternoon to a group of ladlesof -
1 prayer; Mrs. A. R. ToN 11:00: a.m.-Q ldrIJI's QUITO.
the church and
> newcomer,

; I ;' ., < Now under the held The In serving the Sodal table Hail was beautifully bert Auxiliary, Sr., Children1 leader Home.Installed BUS CHRIST: Wednesday 7:30 p.nv-Evangellitlc: Serrte

: If arranged with yellow and were Mr. T. E. Weathers, Junior Hooker Feint 7:45: .IJI.-CrlIt" Am

Standard sign..new, livelier bronze chrysanthemums In a G. A., and MM. Robert Paul Strickland, Faator or*.
: Stacy Sunbeams.Following 10:00
tiered candelabra The yellow ..m.-8unda1lchooL: Thursday:

motif wa carried out in Ixorla Installation. Mrs 11:00 .....-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Pnyer and

and driftwood and hibiscus arrangement Richard Bethea led in presenta Wednesday. : Study.

Non of a skit, "Money Cake 7:00 p.m.-Prayer Mating Friday: .

I Coffee and punch were served Stewardship education". Saturday: &:00 p.m.-Royal Ran.wi J

the guests by Mesdames' Joe Cookie and punch were 7:00 p.nv-Youth Meeting Boys.

EIjON.!!!! '. Sexton, Joe Bundy H. C. Jones, served from table attractively

Robert Welch, L, O. Vaughan, arranged using the W.M.U color -

y' : Jr., M. H. Peers R. L Pears of lavender and gold Oth- Weekly Church Feature I fa Sponsored By

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and Rilburn Murphy. Quests .,:. ."

were greeted at the door by

MM. H. C. Thompson president Roles Inc Qevviston Federal]
.
.
". .' of the Woman, Society.


I' try Slam flrlesl_fa fof 6j'l r mast rrrl a gslngl Dedicate memorial 1ptviii n0* Giddens FurnituresAVafcs LoAN' f

l \ Ai
Store Howell
\
: One of the oldest names In Dixie bualnaw, Standard> Floyd COaff*
/ window on SundayThe Tfi : STANDARD OIL
t Oil, invites you to meet the neweet, moat exciting The Friendly People Who on. e015 .

? Wt tab better cart of your tarT Dame in motor' fuela-CAeTroii gasoline, Chooaa Community Presbyterian Worship b Here Invite You To C0'|
bf7' Church will dedicate the stain'I h Experience) KellyTrTracto
I f from a great asoline.-all with nr"/, livelier per:, t ed glass window on the west frteppy Living. Pridgen

: I I l' 4,..; ;7 t. formance..new long-rtnning economy.For today wall of the sanctuary a* a memorial ;" It ServiceParkinson's ,
I (AM
: I to the late Alvin a tw un County
.t '\aeliett motoring, atop at Standard Oil! Zauel during the morning worship Hendry

services Sunday October Inc. Motors
':45 A.M.
;. J. F. HOWELL Agent 11. '
Sunday 84901
School Complete Departemt Store 'I1GDa'
The window design' 1 11 that ol 11:00 XM.
d Clewiston Christ with p:
d outspread arm, Morning Worship"It
symbolic of His Invitation,
"Come Unto Me". Isn't Easy To Be

The pastor Rev. Henry H. A Christian" "

Ford will preach on the topic: STAINED GLASS
Strength and Beauty. The dedicatory 6:15: P.ILTraining church

prayer will be offered Union 'I r window* add beauty to a

w r, 0 by the Rev. George NeUl. of 7:30: PJ1: building. Next Sunday we will deb

Hollywood, personal friend of Evening Worship"Fundamentals cote a Btataed alasa WIndow tc
:lJ Mr. Zauel. B. Zd"
? late Alvin
y I of Our memory of the
The beautiful window
was Faith atfBIlCl.
1 : Prayer"Teeth Invited to <
made possible by gifts of friends Fellowship You are cordially

of Mr. ZaueU
Friday after the game-.For

i. _: ._.. 4 CHEVRON C,4'tV, ihltUPRiM1 Mrs. Preston heads all Jr., Sr. High youthFirst Community Presbyterian Church

407 Royal Palm Avenue

Tabitha class HENRY HORRKLl, FORD lfloW
: Ii 8:45: AJt BILLS SCHOOL: 11:00: .uL WORD

I Mrs. Barry Preston was elected '
president lot the Tabitha BAPTIST CHURCH''EN'nJRA SERMON! OBJECT: '

: das ol m Haven Baptist \ AT CENTUM. "Strength and. Beauty
I 1.m.1"OIN1011'.doslrncNasRoRe Church at the regular business
f' e and social meeting pt the das BobLChfUti.p.ttor .:.00 PJC Teuth FeBowihip

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aewistoa Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pate T t

-I Here are figureson Thursday October 8, 1964



ADS BLUM Best& SONS Work-PLASTERING.Very 1964 tax roll precinct T, the most populous sessions being held at 7:30 p.m. i

We Save You Money precinct is being transferred When 10 or more members of
temporarily to complete the the department show up for a
Plastering,Simulated Stone The tax toll, totalling $29,138.
Stucco-Free Estimate T68, which was certified to the machine facilities In all pre fire the city pays for I fun i ; i,
HEAL ESTATE!: clncts. complement of IS. This bonus
In
Licensed and Insured Us collector Tuesday a special '
g RATES: Four NEW-two bedroom CBS con FOR SALE-3-bedroom house FOR SALE- -45-ft house trailer 25 Years la Business meeting of the county commissioners money goes into I special fund : G'I
I, "" word per prtloL 'I' struction. 08,500.NORTHSIDEJ just off 41 outside city quiet bedroom with 2 rooms add- 3850 Lora Street has a net of 122.- Permanent arrangement for which is used for an occasional
soon per charge; foUr IDolor bedroom frame neighborhood carport, utility ed on. Two 50x115 lots fenced. tfo 131.636 In property on which, machines In every precinct are barbecue and also for the support
i minimumthe Fort Myers, Fla. before another election
price of three- Furnished. Immaculate.NORTHSIDE room. Good water good streets. 83500. See George Landers. TV ED 7-0171 OX 4-2874 taxes will be levied this year. expected of a Little League baseball
-8 bedroom frame, For Information call MI 2-5994 & Radio Service Center YU 2- or The assessable ron 1* 12,179.- team and contributions to char

nONE yUkoa 3.1201wh1e $9.000. or write P. O. Box 1843 Naples, 1221. Oct29c CUSTOM SEWING in my home. 7S7 over the 1963 net rolL Uil ity. .,

ones atr' ACREAGE as available. Pts! OctlSp Formats jackets dresses, life for 1964. set at 16.25 Is a Devoted. There If a story behind the

... oI.-IIW; ads I ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 FOR SALE-two small houses Ifliscellansous 1 for I Sale skirts slip covers, draperies. 2.SI Increase over the U.'It a- county's purchase of a truck .'
,ear II op& tae faeces to bath frame home. Hardwoed white perfect for storage. Professional work. Florins Car teased last year. This mlllafe (Continued from Page 1) for 'the department Some 10

sat pi..ell en.&al nee"" floor Phone YU 2-7992. Oct8p FOR SALE-3 piece sectional Des, Phone 3-3981 evenings.! includes county and Central and arrive at about the sam time years ago It was found that approximately ,
.. JIdI) tile News 325 FHA HOMES in Broward. Oct29c Southern Florida Flood Control 80 per cent of the '
of both
sofa 173. G.E. which often is the case-
...,n_ FOR SALE-2 bedroom housein Refrigerator District assessment only; In addition la the
r.... .-b.pefen Palm Beach and Dade counties YU 24771. ltp SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom motors may be started. Men county' taxes were paid ;
neille. countywide assessment
a.. Wedner1yLAND various sizes and prices. Pahokee. Cash down payment made. Complete line of there Is a who arrive after the truck or Clewlston area and this figure "
.Ir4 rer or would late of 20 mills for school for the .,
accept
Small cash payment REGISTERED CITRUS TREES wa used in asking "
drapery and slip cover fabric trucks have departed are given '
model house and the various drainage ,
W FOR RENT Efficiencies and trailer finance bal FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. purposes instructions to'where to truck. The county own toe ;
Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831, for as go
ance. Phone YU 24651. M. Tomlliuon districts assess taxes truck but there Its involvement '::1 1
Ons Fla. Phone
,
\,
houses a* available.: Van Cothern'i Custom Furnitureand The Sam Lang and Billy Harn, ..
their Individual operation. ,
OctlSc RE 5x86.! tfo The apparatus Is maintained
Over 1,000 vacant fete to select Upholstery tic from who work in the US. Sugar ceases.
local drainage taxes vary
from for aU purpose. Various W. M. GOBER Corp. office and Ernie Miller, by the city and'used at '
FOR SALE 8 \used Jalousie district to district. r
the city's. discretion/ althoughpart
is close
barber
whose shop by
price Terms.IIJVESTM1NT windows and door. Com tax: assessment "
Hendry county
one
Ija sm FOR SALE of the truck' function 1*
two 1 bedroom to arriveat
the first
AND INCOME plete. Make offer Call YU 327S1. should return .the following usually are
THAN fire in surrounding
apartment fighting
also 2ft of Display
GREATER PROPERTY. acres ltp' amounts* the station to get the preliminaries ,
acreage land. South Clewlston. YU 2- county areas. "
houses underway. Bobby
Jo for MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent to Hendry County Commlssloners -
$360 -
4235. A check! made over a periodof
customers Oct22p from the
FOR SALE-From the Estate of Giddens, racing over I
for county
0oeues. Se with CBS construction, $25.000. Glenn E. (Fat) Etberton. One furniture store, sometimes two years by the fire chief ""

,1tJIII..LIlt Ph. K LONG TERM low interest REAL ETAtE$ fOl'RENt' 16' boat and trailer 1958 BO purposef Board for 1382.349,21to winds up in I dead heat with showed that grass, house and ., !I
o.I. E. farm, cane, grove and ranch HP. Evlnrude motor. 1959 18 ClassifiedsSewing School the other three. automobile fires led the rest. "
mortgages' minimum $50,000. HP Evlnrude motor. $673. One school purposes 445,968.28to During that period there was ?
1439A hou"a. NEEDED FOR RENT Central & SouthernFla. The Fire in house .;.
-2 bedroom LISTINGS two bedroom motor cycle 1963 Moped. Rea State College one more grass fire than I
'2303LUc trailer 1 bedroom F.C.D. 16.723.80to Ocala holds for firemen fire and house fire ,-'
Ctawtord yU J. )I. LANKFORDReg. trailer 1 sonable. Phone YU 2-2821 or YU courses one more I
L Real Estate Baker bedroom apartment furnished. 2-5211. tfo Machine all local drainage ,seeking to Increase their ability than auto fires.A ,ItJ I
Phone YU 2-4064 tic dlsts. 170,882.311 to fight the great scourage. camaraderie exists among I
-OSMWT LOTS ON LAKE: 330 East Sugarland HighwayFire FOR SALE Squash In field. You Repairs The total anticipated revenue Cason has been there twice to the fire fighters. Their associations ',:

rye, for sale $3.750 each.ftr1II.I Auto and General FOR RENT-One and two bedroom pick $1 SO per hamper. Bring from taxes, countywide is $995,* take the one week course of span the full turn, of the ,, J
113 down Phone LAO, Insurance trailer- also largeshady own container. Contact. Paul SINGER 643.68. an lacrosse of $192.682.87 fered. Jlmmle Walker also has clock and you can't battle a .I I
HO 5-4635. tfO Clewlston. Fla.' Ph. YU 2-2161 spaces. City sewerage.No Akin ,YU 2-2642. OctlSp over 1963. been through the course two common enemy night and day' ".a
FiJdd pets Clewlston Trailer Park. Sales Service Of every dollar of taxes paid times. The college sends out without developing a' strongfriendship ..'
YU 2-2661. Uc FOR BALfc-PajmU; envelope Hendry county receives for Its '
and demonstrators
Parts Rentals teachers periodically with the fellow at ;
printed with font for social operation 4483 cents and the
and those that can'tgo shoulder.Often .
FOR RENT House $83 per security withholding and other Brand new touch and sew school board receives for the your
; ;
r month 3 bedrooms, bath. to Ocala are taught at home. after an early morning .;.
Business Directory one deductions box of 100. Clewlston machines: on display at operation of schools SS17 cents. \"', "
Call D. W. Judd after 3 p.m., CARITHERS RADIO TV. Then there are periodicals print. fire the men retire to I yes f
New office. U
YU 2-2081. OctSc ed on the subject of flreflghtlng taurant for coffee to while .J
Glades Merchantlle Co. Authorized
which are read by the volunteers. away time before going to their ." .
FOR RENT ALL MAKES 21" USED TV Singer agent in store voting is t ;'N it'' I
One bedroom Saturday. Please call County jobs. Then there are the occasional
GOULD BROS. every ,
house Phone YU 2-6881. tic SETS. Guaranteed 81193 There are IS men In the barbecues. ;, I
j JOHNSON CARS down $1404 per month. LAKE YU 24441 or come In 108 Clewlston department In orderto Incidentally Chief Cason says ;, f

.... ..al >3S,8eiithKattrtnsportatlon PAINT STORE FOR RENT-one bedroom mobile APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7131. tie Bond Street tfo fully automatedThe Join a candidate must file an he has never heard a complaint '," ,

for your home. can YU 21236.tfo FOR SALE-1958 standard shift application and if accepted joins from an employer of men on i,
Licensed Contractors brand force for six-month fore because of time <
the the they
:2K1am1 F rd. Phone YU : general election November a proboatlonlf1
tU FREE ESTIMATES TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or 27311.OctlSc 3rd will mark the first time period. He must live in took away' from their job to :

trailer space for rent. FairGrounds EDWARDS in history that voting machines Clewlston a year before he can fire*. :11:11lht '
rhllee DealerCARITHERS 811 ft E. BvgarUBd Hwy. Trailer Park Phone FOR SALE!:-One small fan; one have been used .exclusively la apply has to reside within! the With Fire Prevention Week

TNT Fbene TO 2-2111 S-3044. tfo Nesco Roastrjrto: one Universal Plumbing RepairReplacements Hendry county. city limit and must be available being observed this week here'ssalute :",
2-burner hotplate; one O.K. The county commissioners be day or night The members a to: M
NEW APARTMENTS-One and Oven; one toaster; one almost tan placing machines in the have one-hour practice Chief Cason, Assistant Chief -; ,

and 'TV SEE: US TORBOTTLED two bedroom. Alrcondltloned. new Warmalr hearter with then Installations, larger precincts several years session.each Monday night aad'.hould Ernie Miller, Hose Captain 't';
IADIO GAS Call YU 24675. tfo mostata; one 1/3 hp Wizard electric Trouble Shooting ago, and have added to the a man miss three pray Harvey Prldgen Truck CaptainBen ;,'" ,'I'
1UJ3: WITH SERVICE mower. Phone YU 2-7724 number through the years. However tice sessions or four fires in a Sanford Secretary BUly
Bond St AppliancesSalesService EDWARD L. COOK after S p.m. OctSc "Septie Tank JL in the May primary election row without a valid excuse, he Barn Dan McCarthy JohnnieJackson !-;i''I.; :

tckeB! Bldg 108 FOR HENT-Traners aud Trailer >w FOR SALE-Set of Collier Encyclopaedia Specialty/ paper ballots were still Is dropped from the' department Sam Lang, Jerry 'i,; :

Phone' YU 24441 spaces. Royal: Palm Trailer with' case. Like Call YU 2-6711 marked by hand in I few smaller Brown, Franklin Simmons k
precincts.Two The men are paid $3 for afire Quincy Westberry Jimmie W...
POWER GASCORPORATION Pak Phone YU 2-2603. tfe New. Call YU 24991. 325 E. Ventura new machines are available Inside the city limits; $4 her Bobby Giddens Woody '

CLEWISTON Oct29p for fire outside the city and Carruthers and Charlie MaD'j !
FOR RENT: -& ladS room furnished for the general election and a ;
apartment Phone 2- FOR SALE-16-ft boat (Penn- one of the three machines In $1 for a practice H.lloD-th. tines.
TRAILER SALESNew :
127L tfo Tan), 33 H.P. Evlnrude motor SEE THE NEW l 'Ili

& Used YU 3-3101 FOR RENT-Smafl house. Furnished and trailer. $295. 509 Commer- \
do Court. Ehrllch'i Trailer Harlem Community News I\tll .

US1 E. YU 22661WALDRON'S per month.or See unfurnished Mr:*. Sloan,, $3S 423 Park. Itp MANATEEMobile (_ :; ,:

HENDRY COUNT E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson. FOR SALE: Parakeets., $2.00 1 '
Title & Abstract Co. tfo up. Mynah birds African lovebirds Homeat MRS. JANIE 8. GAJADHA Colored News Editor Phone YU 2-7651 \u

Title Abetneb-TW.lxeufaa monkeys cages, supplies.Pet .
KEATS AND GROCERIES Public Stenographerrbeteeeprbig FOR RENT Apartment fur boarding. Thompson Wild F.TJL BANQUETThe Morning Worship 10:55: A Tribute to Bethune Cookman I'r ;
DnpUeattaf nlihed single person. Jack L. Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- P.T.A. held Evening Worship '7 PJII.Wedne.dl1 College '.
Open Tarn, to 1 p.1O.Altolp.1O. Bridge 8t and Park: Aye Scott 220 E. Arcade. tfo 1236.. UeFOR EHRLICH'SMobile lilt Tuesday Banquet evening was at the and Thursday evering Remarks Mr. A. A. Thomas,

LaBene, FH. P. O. Box 646 ... Rehearsal for the '
house fur Harlem principal: .
OKinr MM FOR RENT-5 room SALE 1954 30-ft Chris Home Recreational Center at
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nished. Call YU 2-1236. 8:IS. The auditorium setup Choirs Officers of Student Council are
Six Week was
Days a craft twin 14S 70 watt
Ito engine Court: with beautiful decoration for Members of No. 2 Choir will President Willie Clyde Black- ,
radio $3.850. See George
phone
CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) this occasion. celebrate their fourth anniversary moo l '

Itf Tour Spur of Moment EVINRUDESales L. E. DEITZ Center.Lander YU TV 21221.* Radio Service Oct29o Bedroom $33934)0) Theme .. A closer relationship Sunday afternoon Oct 11. Vice-president Evelyn Gail ,.

Picnics: FOR RENT-One double room; $400X0 DOWflMOTEL between the parent, teacher You are cordially Invited to Jackson ;
ta, Jtta East of Oewiston and ServiceNew one single room. Private en FOR SALE-'59 Pontiac 4-door and childPrelude come out and witness a very Secretary Wilfred Brewster h
people only. sedan with Alr-condltloner. ___, Miss A. E. O. fine program. Treasurer .. Carolyn Gall PopeChaplain '
Bar Beachbtention trance. Working
Visitors always welcometo .... Qara Moore
end Used Meter No children. No late show ad- One owner low mileage. 1750.A. Thomas are mm .;
Maria Barfwar dicts. See at 432 El Paso after H. Venn, YU 2-S971. tfo Solo Mrs. L. 1'. Smith worship with_ us. Parlimentarlan m Marvin WJ1- ,If.\.\:

Cattlemen Part and Aeeesaerle 700pm.: OctlSc FOR SALE-Used building ma Introduction A. A. Thomas of Speaker Mr. FUNERAL RITES Sponsors hams .. Miss F'. J. Bryantand ;.:,1 j/ I
h Marine Safety KedpaemtFhone terials. Lumber. plywood Small motel and house Funeral service for the late ..
b ft* time U ssiaslMateM Speaker. Mr. John L. Walker, Mr. J. I* MorganAcknowledgements J:
fcMs. ttk cabinets windows,bathroom, an all Deacon Willie Jefferson the father ,' I
a keg tens TUkesi 14211 completely furnished to Mrs. Vivian
MOBILE. ( HOMES-fOR I SALE Principal, Lincoln Park Ac. Mr. Vera McKlre of .
b has, lew .htereet. rake type fixtures. Wholesale prices. showing good operating of Bawls, for teaching the l
demy. Ft Pierce, Fla. i
wtth R. E. WALDRON BIG CHIEF INC 6600 State Income. 'Response Mrs. Annie Mitch- Clewlston were held Sunday', girl* to sing and Miss A. E. O. .. :
Road 84 'Fort Lauderdale. CaD Sept 20, at the Beulah BaptistChurch
Thomas for the devotional mu'I'I
Federal Land Bank FOR SALE or RENT 10'x43' MT-0560. Oct29o Perfect for family looking eU. President, Harlem Academy Whit Springs, Fla., sic t i
two bedroom house trailer. for small investment to P.T.A. Rev. Lonnle Newsome, pastor J
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... For prompt. Efficient: enamel 4 The Menu consisted of baked
White
er Write CaR YU J-2521. Oct.8o FOR SALE give additional !income. Rev. W. C Pitts presiding. '
Borne delivery burner gas stove, $30.00. Kelvlnator turkey, dressing, green peas, Friends in dewiston shared ,:.; r
W.I, HAT Of* THE: MIAn *""**.*> FOR SALE-10'x48' 2 bedroom refrigerator $35.00 Cash. Priced $30,000with rice toss salad hot rolls cake their sympathy' with the family Johnson Cars

Sa M Peerless Trailer. Pacific Trailer See at 432 El Paso after 7:00: and punch. In the loss of their loved one
........alb Call Bobby Gidd"ns Park. YU 2-3981. Oct22p p.m. OctlSc little There was special guest present State Road 832. South
as as out of town and localThe CHOIR ANNIVERSARYUpon .
1'17 1-1111 FOR SALE-43'xlO trailer. 1959 Most transportation for your .
proceeds from this affair the ears of the community -
Williams Electric New Moo Phone YU 3214.Oct8p. $5,000 down will improve the financial status bas fallen the songs of New money this side of Miami! >1''. '

Wilt] ( tRf\DE'\ ) Win Take Horn or land of the P.T.A. treasury Bethel A.M.E. No. 2 Choir. It 1* l 1 ,
**. Tampa Tribune ,
1J2| !.*. .. AU Appmnee JAMES C. FORD As Down CHURCH NEWS anniversary time again and I '1
eal Centraettag > Payment program is being constructed : :
** sad FOR SALE 1964 three bedroom WILL TRADE leto II' acreage See local brokeror Friendship Baptist .... Rev. L. to feature several choir and Julia's .4
Wfc. your :
s none 2-1M1 1H bath trailer. Want for good Lake lot to build a H. King, pastor guest artist Sunday Oct. 11, : '
Ft. Myer 8625. for my $2100. equity and cabin on in Lake Placid. Bill contact Sunday School M 9.30.: Deacon 1964. at the church. The choir, Beauty Nook ':,

News Press take up payments.. Hager. 998-: Blum, 3850 Lora St., Ft Myers.Fla. Chuck Bundtchu A. A. Beckton Supt with Mrs. T. J. Sanders as president FOR THAT NEW LOOK 1 I i.
HATNCOCK'S Morning Worship ..__ 11 A.M. I
5826 or 996-2514, Belle Glade. tfo win celebrate it's fourth Hating, Styling Cutting. No
LEE C011NTl'MOaTQAOEl Evening Worship ___. 7:13: P.M.
"us
S. gaEnce8rAT10N Borne Delivery OctlSp Events anniversary and pledge continued Appointments Friday ssd
IANr anVlCB Weekly service to the church and
W 0. CAMPBELL: FOR SALE Mobil. Home. Used Ft Monday 700: P.M, Senior Saturday
Nlour phone a-rm 1963 immaculate 2 'bedrooms, miscellaneous Wanted Box Missionary will meet Circle community. Per" bferasatlc. Can M812Mrs.
We
ems OXford 4-2114 1406 are expecting you and
a... I #' kitchen, dining room completely] No. 1 will meet your friends to be present Julia Sato, Fre-wtoter
I furnished and set-up& on lot. Tuesday' Youth Choir and .
WANTED-Retired or semi! retired L
r-- $4.330 Financing arranged for salesman to een Mobile Ushers' Rehearsal, Church Auditorium STUDENT COUNCIL
qualified buyers. Models open I:30 P.M. ACTIVITIES
commission. Arrange Harlem Club
Homes on
S dally 9 to 9. Sunday after church 7 P.M. Junior Mission, Circle Program .. Charles HOI, presiding
ATTENTION! Owlston Trailer Sales, phone your. own time.County No high Mobile prossure. FOR No. 2, Senior Mission will Favorite Mixed\ Drinks.Fried
Hendry
Chicken Fish. Hamburgerand
YU 2-2661. tf( meet Song "Faith of Our Fathers"
Home Sales. Across from Post Wednesday Choir No. 1 and Silent Meditation other Music **

arf ers, Cane Growers and Ranchers MRS. H. A. BESTOR r Office He Usher Board- No. 1 will meetat Pledge -.----,. All Recorded Popular Band

LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND SALE the church Thought for today _, Evelyn Mr. and Mr*. Win WalaeeFreprtsters
Thursday __ Prayer Meetingand G. Jackson, vice-president of
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING Bible study. Too: P.M. Student Council I

Friday Choir No. 2 and Usher Occasion Elizabeth Bobo .,
1-, Owl THIS WEEK'S TOP BUY 2V2 Acres Board No. 2 will rehearse Senior Class representative
fern 1I.l1pr.lAND Installation of officer Mr. S. Hilton's Grocery j I

4.-. BANK LOAN 5 Acres rehearsal Humphery Jr. Groceries. F r e e a Meat. .
-- C'" T. meeting 7 P.M. Selection Clara Moore, Leola Vegetables Cold Drink*. E*. .i I
e lettauee ...... New CBS two bedroom home There will be a tea sponsoredby Hart Vernlta Ward and Thel- seotUl Items R
]PIauee farm fanprrreraeate. new .....,., .*'- 25 Acres the Youth Mission of the ma Mitchell W* appreciate your patronMr "!

dais 1rIa4 raekhee rod bkstaO lrrl-tlta. Terazzo floors, built-in electric church Sunday afternoon S-5 President's Messag __ Clyde rod alloetee I ,' : ,t
: 01'kt.Ia par ,HI N I lana anY' er ,..... Muck Land PM., Mrs. V. L. Whtf eld, Directress. Blackmon president Student Bates) "I I
PMrteIIn
...,.... rare Led.R74 stove cabinets Council ,
: IIDItaI facia fee De farr eaterpr4e.I. Sick Members Curtis (Bob) ,

I.TUZSE...'( ) 1IA.'q ADV&NTAQDL LOU Corner lot 75 :z 110 ft. 640 Acres General Law, James Hospital Craig, Hendry

,
-- Permeate. 1280 Acres Convalescing at home are

L trger "filii (Q .. II rare). Alverdez and Olympia Mrs. Enora Humphery, Mrs.: Elite Cafe and Grocery .
pqqble Hnlee swhstvely Cam WhIte Mrs. VInnIe Kerr ..
(serthg egrIceltar'I. NEw
3500 Acres LOCATION
IIIce 11m.' and Mrs. Sadie Crawford A

t set prM,...* Privileges wttheai penalty.rTlt Only $450 Down To our sick and shut in members Corner Tennessee and ourth Streets :

lees a* .r heal people familiar wits keel sgrttit ,tin..p.your ,heads the; Home
** 'Lord will ever take care of you, / Cook Candle ,)
*. includes taxes & insuranceJ.E.BEARDSLEY Dade Monroe just trust him. for he will bring +
,...2? service to yen plea* write er ....* $75 mnothly Exclusive .;
I14r out Atmosphere
Mtr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Aasi. Mgr. you ,
Realty3M Have Faith In Him. Service with a smile

Federal land Bank Associationof Don't forget to purchase a CleTriston News
W. SafarUod mchwayTCkeaj New Bethel AM.E. Rev. L.

REAL ESTATE BROKER MM1 Holmes, pastor YUkon 2.76SJclASSIFIED
Bradenton REGISTERED Sunday' School 9:30: Mr. H.

fU-ZfSl BRADENTOX. FIX L. McKlre/ Supt



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Page THE OJEWISTON NEWS OewUton. Florida terms and conditions of employment the Eastern Division where the day and Sunday, buses visit of the harvest April 15. their. summer months checking and dies, It's
each and those who are transportation borne Is paid by repairing the processing equip sane
Thursday October 1984 extended to the foreign! cane Is milled in the Bryant village aixIn a ,
8. week
worker must be available to the sugar house, the villages are In sick or injured are brought to the company Then they are put meat This equipment must be Order to
domestic worker Bryant, Pelican Lake, Runyonand hospitals for examination and on a list which entitles them to in shape to take the grind of PrOcur 00+dks
the election of offlceri Becauseof The process of getting clearance Prewitt-th. latter a new treatment at clinics maintainedby first preference In Jobs for the continuous night and day open ement of labor lp
elected the World Series, no formal for hiring West Indian village named after William C. the company' Physicians are following season. They" merely ation. Breakdowns are costl.1.Tbet (Ion acts a agent
program was held and the workers begins with the filingof Prewitt, the company's vice engaged by the company'to handle send in a card stating their de are anathema.To of companies. I a
members watched the game on papers with the Florida State president In charge of agricul these clinics. sire.Aside qualify for a cane cutter, This )CclufSugar
TV on the upper patio. Employment Service in Bell The men are advanced money from the cane cutters e man must be 21 to 49 yearsof year the 1o hlgWI
4 order
i Kiwanis prexy Glade, which invaribly reports ture.The men will live In tidy to finance their Journey. to men are needed to till out the age in good physical condition Walter s. hComrie pm
fill houses and will this and the job but sugar house staffs. There is a and accustomed to agricultural ,
harvest. it does not have the men to the single men country quarters here,
:' "SonD Stalls Sugar >
S. H. was t
) in dewlston of work. He win be
p force
the order. Then the company eat in mess halls, Just as In the this money must be repaid. perrrianent paid a for the British
elected to serve *i president of their 200 and another 111 in Bryant minimum of 1115 an hour, We
I asks for Interstate clearance Army The louses have garden However, if they fulfill men or negotUtlonsWorkers.
the the Clewiston new year,Klwanli at the luncheon Club for, (Continued from Fag 1)) from the Department of Labor plots. Each night, except Satur- contract and stay until the end most of Whom spend the the piece work rate, whichever nonceruIog t ti
meeting held Wednesday at the U.S. citizenship who are seeking In Atlanta, which sends out an
: agricultural jobs. However, order to the Southeastern states.If .
t } },Inn Frank E Conkling was elected since 1944 the company has there are candidates, a recruiter J
) vice president and C. J. Nlelsen been unable to fill these jobs Is sent into the area In
with domestic labor and has question and men are selected
was reelected to serve as
t treasurer. had to resort to offshore work after screeningWhen I "
I Directors fleeted serve ers in order to bring in the It becomes apparent IisiL iTuThis
t with the new slate or officers crops that these methods are not providing i
,and out-going president Claud The U.S. Department of Labor the manpower needed
Clddens, were Harry P. Johnson decrees that no foreign labor the company is permitted to recruit .
I A. W. Slas. Fred Sikes. can be hired until It has men of the .Islands.
Earle E Edwards, J. W. been established that there are U.S. Sugar will use a total of I
Beardsley, Jack Fry and W. no qualified U.S. citizens. available approximately 2305 men la Its
D. King. to do the work. The department operations this season, this figure .
President Gtddens presided at also stipulates that the being about the same a*
.. last year. They will live, some /J
of them with their families, In
houses provided tree by the Big Screen TV
i company.
: WantedThe The houses are In nine villages -
Help five in the Western and : = .
four in the. Eastern divisions. Consolette is J YowsMoiirreop1e0wni1ii
In the Western they are locatedin
Glades County Sugar Growers Benbow, Rltta Miami Locks
South Shore and South Bay. In
; Co-operative at Moore Haven is now for only $10 down

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RC1VICTOl Than ii -
i Timekeepers Any Other

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operators ColD Black and White

Tractor and wagon operators or Color l-

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and highway operations -- metodayt! CT013A
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Thursday, October 8, IDllt ment extended to the fa
worker must be available t
domestic worker .
the election of officers. Because
The of getting ( -
process
of the World Series formal
no
Stalls elected
sate for hiring West If)
program was held and the
workers begins with theof
'jo members watched the game on
paper with the Florida
f Kiwanis prexy TV on the upper patio.Sugar Employment Service in j .
: Glade, which invarlbly Nit .
I '. .* S. M. Sonny" SUIli was harvest. does not have theo men } : } t..
; elected to serve a* president of the order Then the cor ,:( .. ,.c f
the Clewiiton Klwanl Club lor, (Continued from Page 1)) ask for Interstate clea c ."... \ "i-- .f 1 / .... \:4t.
? from the Department W t. T ".4e} lia'i" Joo. J. ''I
j: the new year It the luncheon.: OfJ ...,y. ;.
1 ti meeting held Wednesday at the US citizenship who are seeking In Atlanta, which /
;
'j'*, Inn. agricultural Jobs However order to the Southeastern ,k: '.'.. '.. i t. I .,. r
II L Frank E. Conkllng WM elected since 1944 the company has If there are candidate,j : ) "
... r > vice president and C. J. Kiel. been unable to fill these Job cruller 1* tent into the I
\ ,; ten wu re-elected to serve at with domestic labor and has question and men are let ." I ) "
''treasurer. had to resort to offshore workers after screening ;'
i, )..j', Directors elected to serve In order to bring in the When it become app .. .
:, with the new slate of officer cropt that these method are no-'
It ,and outgoing president Claud The U.S. Department of Labor Voting the manpower ni !i ..
: GIddens, were Harry P. Johnson decree that no foreign labor the company is permitted'' \\d'H: "
'1'I> A. W Slai, Fred Sikei, can be hired until it has emit men of the Island. ':1\:1It.\: ..
'I Earle E Edwards, J. W. been established that there are U.S. Sugar will use a to. ; ;
/ Beardsley, Jack Fry and W. no qualified U.S. citizen avail approximately 2305 men \ .'
.;1 D. King able to do the work. The department operation this season thI
:t... President Giddeni presided at also stipulates that the ure being about the can ,"
i of them with their famlU : .
..jUr house provided free b; "
'" company. > :.',, {
The houses In nlq
r Wanted are \ .
l Help lages five in the Wester ,, .fIi.- 'ij.:'.; ,.
four in tba Eastern dIv! ;, ",
: ., In the Western they are kIn ., ...
\ The Glades County Sugar GrowersCooperative Benbow, Rltta Miami J f "
South Shore and South ..
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