The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I, Negro youth slain outside Harlem Bar Sunday eveningJlmmle

Lee Wagner tell In buy. back"to-scioal clothing: 'for'oolot known, but something caused ed that Alexander had a fun There he was declared: dead.
the dust outside the Ha.'lero '' his children: Jimmle to enter the bar where she said but no one stopped An hour or so later the d

side Bar oo Sunday night/ In a senseless Before leaving Harlem they he> met Alexander. him.The shooting occurred bout 8:30- .
East power killing that has baffled stopped at a hamburger lUnd Witnesses say that Alexander door closed and Wagner Alexander came back to the bar "'- "
his Harlem friends, lava snack and there they meta walked up to Wagner and hit had just reached the door of his with his wife mother and step 'T.\. \;
The police arrested George neighbor who asked them to him a heavy slap across the car when the bitter crack of the father and surrendered to po

Alexander alto of Harlem and take her to the Harlem Bar face the force of the blow be- gun was heard Alexander fledas lice.Authorities .
charged him with 2nd degree where a dance war scheduled log such that it Jostled\ a Mcalibre Jimmie staggered In the are of the opinion
manslaughter with bail let at fort that night At the bar the pistol out of his pocket. door traversed the length of that Wagner had a gun In his "

$2,000. Jimmie war 24. George women decided to go &0ladle. the It fell on the floor. the bar to the "piccolo", fell on car and was on his way to get .
lines completed ii 20.Jimmle. .' room, Jimmle said he Then witnesses relate. Wa,. his face. and said: "God have it when shot down but his relatives

who leaves six chit would stay In the car, seer started for the door with mercy. vehemently deny! this n .
dren and a widow who Is pregnant l Whether it was the strident Alexander behind him Minnie The bullet apparently had They said the only gun he own red
almost\ missed this appointment music of the Juke box known Byrd the sister-in-law who had pierced his heart but ha was was a broken small calibre ;1 1
with death. With his as'a piccolo In Harlem or the come from Youngstown Ohio still alive as they loaded him In rifle and when asked to produceIt "
jl milestone was reached lA wife and sister-in-law he .had happy sounds of people gather to be with her sister during the his own car and drove him to they! promptly did. They lrConUnued >
expanlioD.( started for Hooker's Point to log,for the dance will never be birth of the new baby, scream the Hendry General hospital. ( en Page" Eight) I' ;.
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tL of "neW feeder and ...:'1 "jj
on the east : :
\don lines :

gdawa GI equipment the.of city program the nature and, requiringI"1" manpow of th1a The Clewiston News

that VI job the.11 city liven Electrical does on not contract have Con-, V I

the '
which i 'I
II weeks, finishing on ..% Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and ot4.merica'.Sweeled Town"t,

"ne job cost $ IOOO.' : e + I

A are feeder from line the was sub-towaning VOLUME 87 NUMBER 38 CLWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1884 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 34J.3. P.M. Subscription: .oo yen : j

Ilia it !the U.S, Sugar mill yr

nil area, thus affording .
flexibility in the' distrlbuof i' J

power lines are throughout so arranged the Secretary.Adams Teach your children
J, can be transmitted Whitaker &
JftTother three major feed .y traffic safety
L. Power also can be reed SonH
visits ClewistonSecretary
%: from) these other ,lines ,
JI miringit possible to chan- 1 "'
i the power Dow at will In
aa of emergency of State Tom Florida's educational institutions SCHOOL'SOPEN awarded .
:*' ? transformers, poles tall- Adams, was the honored guest which have Increased from contact ;
aDd thicker than those they at a buffet luncheon ;Wednesday ,two to six schools of higher edu-

Ttcei, and aluminum con- at the Glades Pltroom. cn tia*.
KtjM wire one-Inch In dlame- Mr. Adams Is making: a "peo The new board of" regents 6A eJ 7 7J. .

we Installed to give the pie to people" tour of the state would be appointed by the governor .
ill Side Its new modern etc prior to the November general however each governor'would for street
1 An old circuit still feeds election and is strongly urging be allowed to appoint on paving
a tsar area. UP BE GOES Henry Rodd lineman for the Clewtaton tJtfl- voters to express their view. at ly'' four members which would I
Hi remainder of the powerjuulon Wee Department, warts en lines some JO edd feet In the air. the polls on the administratorsof \ provide "carryover" experience

program expected ton He stands In the bucket ef a $12,000 piece ef equipment which the government and the vital for ,the new board each election M. Whitaker lAd Son of Se- Del Monte West Royal: Palm. R."
from two to three years net entr can raise a man Ia this bucket to a height ef 37 feet, 13 amendments which will apope.r )'tar. UrineCarefully bring and Lake Placid were Avenlda Del Rio to Del Monte; :
Is being handled but bores poet holes and has a winch thai as used for a variety ..fpurposes. on the ballot. Secretary Adams was Intro
oonpkte, awarded the contract for the East Royal Palm. Avenlda Del tf
r the city Utilities Depart- Staff Photo "Your government iso pio- duced by Charles E Miner Jr. City of Clewiston paving projectNo Rio to Del Monte; Crescent s\

lot under the direction of J. vide business and individuals "H was accompanied on his ( with'a aggregate base bid Drive Citrus to Ponce de Leon; to'

Quintan, superintendent of from 6.369.302 KWH to 12637- The process by which Clew. with that which private business Visit by Jim Apthorpe, executive of $77607,90{ the alternate bid San Gabriel from Osceda to ; .
:dies who was brought into cannot do for Itself and not to secretary; Henry Vinson, $71.70290, at Monday night'sCommission Del Monte and various
,800, a rise of 98 i per cent. iston buys its power is a bit on ;
down't '
with this proh administer private affairs, the & election field deputy; and Ed
c department The number of customers the complicated side The meeting; town alleys. .
power power
"Paschul '
mind cabinet'official said We of the pilot of ClewistonPolice
ID City
He rebuilding of the facill- In'1956-57 was 1299 and is metered through the U.S. cabinet feel that we can best 'About 40 city and county officials The only other bid submittedwas The project is being financed: '.r t'
this to 1635 in Sugar substation
rose seven :years at the sugar by Belvedere Construction
because the administer the affairs of the from Clewiston, LaBelle .
a b necessary by property owners paying one.third
increase of 25... The mill. US Sugar in turn buys
an gross : Co. of West Palm Beach with
A .,stem Is overloaded for state to the best Interest of the and Moore Haven and Invited each on the street involved .
from went from when from the Department
revenue power bids of and
power 988,679.80 $81,712
meat needs and could never residents by visiting the peoplein guests were present at 'the and the City paying: ; ono s
$246024 to $391,777. an increaseof Glades Coop which in turns gets respective! 1Ji
tainted on to take care ofDUdpited their areas and discussingtheir luncheon. third. The assessment has been n
59.2 In this its from Florida Power
cent, period supply
per The Commissioners weUple..ed
for problems thus the visit to I were
requirements .
and set at $3 23 per front foot If the :'
ahead. dewiitoa Adams said. with the low bid, as it ..
run total cost of the project Is less .,
lie city'i population Is grow- Davues are backat When the sugar mill Is running FlorId. Is the only state In was 12% lower than the estimate than estimated the Individual 1 ? .

I deadly and homes, prin- U.S. Sugar has an oversupply the United States In which the Schools' enroll made by city engineer M. assessments will be reduced. t",
XlJ; because of air conditionare PJaza MotelMr. of power which permitsit state officers meet as a cabinet / M Prewitt who anticipated Should the cost be more, the :r';' r;_
I, steadily Increasing theirwunption to supply the city. It Is only to administer,state affairs The bids In the $88-79.000 range City will absorb the additional ,: r

o f electricity o. and Mrs, William A. Da- when the mill is shut down that cabinet system: places a dual The major price differencesIn cost, as the property owner s
tot power Is being used for iris who sold the Plaza Motelto the a b o v e arrangement is responsibility upon the seven the two bids were for excavation cannot be assessed more than 'ff.I :'
ait lights and Industrial us- Mr.%:and Mrs Sam Barfleld brought Into effect major officers of the state m which Whitaker bid 40ea the advertised $323 per front \ ;
it m on the Incre.... dew ., that they must serve/ ,iautheic! ,,,, more than 1600 cubic :yard and Belvedere hoe foot I
iQoreJthaa a have. .
year ago rev The, entire for'
-city-: system: on 9,700 estimated yards..Whit- '
sta Fertilizer, for, Installer elective capacities and also asa :
turned from Fort Myers and providing and distributing power aket's own' their'own' marl pit .:..Presnf af the=metting'we tr;
m sited as one of the new board of directors to serve I"" '
pastes that Is a heavy us- last week resumed managementand was owned by US. Sugar 'with the governor. in state management -*i I' More than 1600 Clewiston students 89, and 12-60. Total 511.: near LaBelle and bid $100 a Mayor Tom Jones. Jr., Commissioners '
r t power. It opened Its plant ownership of the motelThe prior to 1942 when the city pur- turned their backs on the Only three classes-English yard for 23.620 square yards of Fred Sikes and Dan I'
year : days summer Monday: 10 and 11, ,and Science 9, present Webb
F, ,
Georgia.Mr. City Manager C. Blair
A study by Smith and GfflesEngineers 01oooo. amendments appearing on the morning and went back to the problem of too many $126 for the same type mate ;
and Mrs. Davis were and representatives from the t
The city's current budget for rial.
Inc, of Jackson- November ballot were Important school.In students. It may be necessaryto t'
li bar above that the aver- very Interested In civic and the operation of the utilities department he encouraged support of the smoothest opening day open a new section for English The project is to be completed bidding companies. i :

jr kilowatt hour per meter community activities during Is $315,000 wed the the second amendment which he has ever ,experiences, Clarence ,, II,. but adjustments can be within 100 working days and I
m from 4903 In the fiscal year their residence here, and are cost of the work on the power would establish a nine man J. Chapman Principal of made to handle the other over- work is tentatively scheduled to
11BWT J to '1729 In 1962-83. anKRIN being welcomed on their return. (Continued on Page Eight) board of regents to control Clewiston High School, supervised loads. It la hoped that the art begin September 7th. The project Sugar executives 'i ;1 1t

of 71 per cent. the enrollment of 511 students class and glee club both new includes hard surfacing and
Ole! total! consumption of elect : He said that by next week this year can be started before paving Del Monte Avenue Magnolia :J
% to that period Increased Juvenile court hearing Cleo winds cause another 20 or/so students probably the week U out. to Francisco; Avendla Del in capitol a I f for r f ;r7' '
will have joined the fold. Rio. Magnolia to East Royal ,
Everyone reported on time, 'f.
tru* ** \-t x'"> The late starters usually are Palm; Magnolia, Esperanza to
+ f failuresHurricane students away on vacation with Chapman said. Including the quota hearings A 7
b power teachers who immediately passed
parents who are reluctant to return ..
Robert Morru
out text books and got classes
aids in curbing vandalsThe Cleo caused short home before the long Labor underway. Representatives of Florida r i

Day weekend. Some who Mabel Louisiana and other sugar beet ,1 1""
circuits that resulted In power Principal D. Maglll of day is observed(
have moved out of town will
failure. in various parts of the the Elementary School was a states were scheduled to be pre- .'; f.,
sheriffs department and records and Ice cream were city but the* power system not show up at all of course. bit on the harried side as the Members of the Clewiston Masonic sent at a meeting In Washington ,,

officers of the Juvenile court stolen from a church and private came through the storm with The high school enrollment byclasses opening/ day wore on. It's something Lodge, Eastern Star Chap :yesterday where Rep. Harold .,
is follow Grade T
as : -
have been working steadily to- homes were broken Into considerably less damage than of a task smoothing out ter. Rainbow Assembly and De- D. Cooley chairman of the '
ward solution of the series of and damaged, said the report. might be expected. 107;; I-M,, 9-74, 10-17; 11- the problems of the younger Molay Order Joined with Moore House Agricultural Committee t.' ?-i;

actsof ,vandalism in Harlem In 7ivenlle! Court upon recommendation The casualty list included two seekers of knowledge, plus the Haven members In a fish fry promised to make "a last and ),
school; ,churches and private of Dr. Wright transformers, one pole and porno: School anguish of some first graderswho and social get-together at the final effort" to get agreement .
homes this summer and 22 Judge B. N. Parsons sentenced wire footage, according to J. count up don't five a hoot for education Ted Uriel place near Moore on sugar legislation.H. ;

youths have been found Involved three boys (who are repeated D. Qultton, superintendent of and, don't hesitate to Haven Monday, T. Vaughn president of .. '
to date, said Counselor James offenders) to the state school at utilities, who said that all repairs make their attitudes known. The event was in celebrationof the U.S. Sugar Corporation was
Wright of the Juvenile Court. Okeechobee acd one to the state had been ,completed by :Hendry countyA The principal who previouslyhad Robert Morris Day annually Washington planning to at
jibe series of crimes have school at Marlanna. These boys midnight Thursday.: estimated that 650 would observed by members of these tend. It also was expected that
brought a total of approximately will remain In the county jail The chief cause of troublewas total of 2377 students 106 (Continued on Page Eight) fraternal orders.invited George Bailey of Miami general ',:, ,
to $3,000 In damages.; 18 windows until transferred to the schools. palm fronds and limbs falling more than last year, have enrolled counsel for the Glades County .
were broken locks taken One young offender who hada across the power lines and In the_schools of Hendry Sugar Growers Cooperative 4.

off 18 doors, sidewalks and water minor part In the combined ,, locking them, together so that County. Hendry countiansin to i join would be there Salley represents 4. 1', I
fountains were littered with spree was released In custodyof short circuits were caused and The totals' a number of sugar producers t I:; t;
wastes, fires were started in his parents because of his the lines burned out. Power School 'This Last In the Glades area. :! l.

22JHOC8AND" FOUND classrooms at' the school; janitorial cooperation with the law enforcement went off In these areas and year year honoring Senate or> Holland SaturdayFollowing Cooley said that If no agreement j h
ltaada at supplies were destroyed; officers. Two others stayed off until the lines were LaBelle (grades was reached at the meetIng ;;' "

IIIttrte sub-staUee.. eKwer typewriters and classroom seats were committed to state schools replaced. In two cases the fire 1.12)) ............m.....,.,. Ml 605 it would be useless for him ';
::the carat mm. J. D.! were damaged. Coke and cookie and sentences withheld providing department was summoned by: Clewiston elementary 620 593 Senator Spessard L. Holland the luncheon speakers to try further. It Is understood ',h o
operlnteBdent:: elfaupeettag machines were damaged and they: do not break probation residents who became alarmedat Clewiston High ?_? 111 491 will be honored Saturday Sep will include CongressmenPaul that a major stumbling block Is .... '

:::: : rifled, a lawn mower was stolen Their probation rules require the sparking wires. Harlem .. .?.-.. .. 537 523 tember S at 12:30: p.m. at the Rogers and Mayor Hayden the debate over the share to be'("'
BtaflTkole ; and monies, phonograph them to be home by 8 The pole transformer burnedout Danlel.r.-, ., .,t.. o'clock each evening, not to associate on East Sugarland and in The same evening at 7.30p : producers. :
with other boys: or be Harlem. 'TOTALS 2377 2271 by thei i Cape Coral Demo .m. at the Cape Yacht Club "Obviously It Is Impossible to .o-;
Representative cratic Committee, when a lunch a fund raising dinner will beheld
Paul is found In a group or more than get legislation through the congress "
Rogers eon will be held to which residents
honoring Senator Holland '
three to have no unexcused absences over the opposition of any "
I from school. Any violation of Hendry and Glades with tickets available from the major segment of the Industry 1

speaker at annual Chambr meet of these rules win automatically Counties committee.The are. Invited by the host Democratic CoraL Committee in Cape and without the'. support of.the va

commit them to the administration, said Cool.,. r
state school without additional ,M
lie filedvas Paul RogeralnvlteUon C. Prewitt and S. K. Swayne. hearings. Their parents win be '

** 1& the to 'Chairmen W. T. Sun presented held In contempt of court if "

me "htcb annual Chamber'I. meet1n of Comicheduled,for of- mittee recommendations for a new set of of his bylawsto com probation they fall to violations notify officers by their of Jingling coins solve B&B breakout. '! Ito

:'-r be adopted by theJChamber.
... 71b at tilt CewLtonYe The directors approved these sons said Wright rules t e .9 arrest of five Juveniles his entire In I
PresIdeDt Another of the probation stay the store. getting the change from the I
the Bishopcceptance bylaws and voted that a copy imposed by the Juvenile Counselor early Thursday with "Jingling About mid-night Deputy Sheriff older youth who In
turn admitted
.. OpCasmae of of them be sent each member requires that those affected 1a coins"\ In their pockets: led members Sirman Dyess; noted two boys p entering the B&B. ,
at Tuesday the annual meet, at of the sheriffs department running to hide i ,
l at' the' Chamber prior meet with representatives tr near the West- The older youth led officers I '
Alma to a quick solution of "breakout" : I
which time they will come up of the sheriffs department esch era Auto Store. The deputy continued to a point near the Old South
lb. We for vote. for "clean from the Clewiston BADGrocery on and circled .
+l meeting had been Saturday morning a coupleof where he had hidden $81.67 of
.. ""'"G ** Ute The president reported that up" work In Harlem. blocks and approached the the cash. The other four boys ''I
September. ;
IIbeo committee has According to Sheriff Earl store ,
the of with his
Sportsman's 'The remaining 15, some lights out and added
a total of
ad 4 nian Rogers arrangements for strict Dyess: a local 16 :years old boy caught two change:
vaild be planned the whom are girls are under boys In the act of the remainder had been
s! Congress unable to the KLsimme.Boatacade which! probation rules, also. AH law entered the B&B Wednesday stealing a bicycle from the WA for food and soft drinks spent I
: will be in Oewiston Saturday enforcement officers in the county evening before the store closed As the boys ran Dyess; told officers.
'- t 5iont the date was afternoon and overnight have been advised of the +a ; and hid In ,the back room Inking caught one and Butch Redlah. 1 ,
ap Permit his accept- of :W4- with him several hacksaw who A hearing was scheduled '
and probation rules was riding with Dr.; ... pil t II
Attending the meeting were names offenders and a : blades to assist In his exit from caught another In the Tuesday for the offenders, at if, ;' I fl j ;
e ""1 IIUl from be which six d11 President Bishop. C. L. Benson.J. these watch Juvenile will be kept In an the store While in the store the Three other boys got away according which time they and their parents ,..p:' : I ,

.IIIeetin" elected at the E. Bearduley. Leon BembryH strict stem the tide of van GOLD TELCTHONE wa.w to Bemdry Cent Motorsla boy took a large assortment of to Dyess; however they will appear before Juvenile ,,)" I
effort to A ,
are Lan- .'
: Richard't. J- W. H Counselor
i J. T. Vaughn. Stitt. dalism. The sheriffs department reeefBlUM ef tU perfernaae .la meeting Me .oeta h a candy, cigarettes camera and ,were,later picked up at their Wright for 6 ,
J.... C.Beardsley. 'G. ter R. V. Phelps Wm. T. and the Juvenile counselor sale, eanpilfB emdtof .ta A" .. Shown left tt> slit are! ...- film, tobacco BCs and 8108.20 homes. disposition.. :
+.lr, W Dean Fry. T. 'H.Ring. Robert Kelly John Cabin Bin contilluID their InvesUgatbns and rbcliM. maaafers E. )M. Cenette. presldeat ef the\ esepeeed. In change, Sheriff Dyess; said Each youth had a excessive The offenders ranged ,In i'' 'I't.
'Ii. Dan Boswen. Beryl Bowden. W. A. are and other acts ... end Ed Mailer, Meal siaaaccir ef the Inter Cent Teto The Intruder also ,took a pair amount of change In nls from age ,
A. these pocket eight to 16
Into old Sher1ft
.. years ; >
.... !!chard Norman V. Daft Davis. Stella Pirate A. H. Vann vandalism. pheM Cempaay who aaade the .butaOatfea., Staff There' 'of gloves which he wore during r and after questioning, admitted Dyers said.
Pbelpt. W. and John Elllgtofl.:

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its own merit, Miner said, thus ret Pena,
Two TIlE C'.LJCWISTON NEWS Otw1ltioll. I1a. a tr the fluxation of varying sentence for careless the amount d Ean $
It's history now. driving
Thursday! September a, 1984 e being Imposed. accident: Fiddle and tiIIUIz
The Judge also gave praise to for driving 131
THIRTY YEARS AGO spending the summer with the the local police department for er'. .without In v'drt,.
THE CLEWISTON NEWS (From ClewUton News Leydlg family. its manner of operation "I elle,alicense the h111I1DI.'If!
August 31. 134)) .- solicit and need the constructive turn and causing for 1I1\PIOJitr\
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, CVwiaton. criticism and view regarding was an lce1dent
made of YEARS AGO upended
} Florida, by The Oewi'ton New, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Announcement ws TEN New, the operation of the Citycourt" Andrew Igalnst JIllt1!
ClewUton school opening dateon (From Ctewbton provided
I Entered a* Second Clasr Matter February 1, 1827, at theE October 1st, with George September t, 1954)) Miner Concluded damages to the aecoed! lIt 1Itt
Post Office In ClewUton. Florida, under the Act of Couftes of Stanley principal, B. E. Herring, The Sugar Mill Workers UnIon tar.

March 3. 1879. assistant principal, Gertrude gave a barbecue Saturday City docketOf Maybe
; McMullen, ,Eva Mae Green, Livonia afternoon for members of their we were Ph1I7!
i Oor
; in
NATIONAL nmOlllAl LET Ep t''' Congdon, in high school, families at Sugarland Park. the three case handled by the old day, but It least''
QRID4 ] T o 64, Mr. W. C. Preitt, Vilma An emergency M a r c h of City Judge Charles Miner Wednesday ] :, .: : Rhodes, due' Drew, Luclle Dimes campaign brought more Aug. 28, eitreature of 1I.wa plflnl. Chlll to...\
Renfroe in funds for bond was ordered for
:1 Hampton and Louise than 1700 to add to Marga- Tlma (
I : I l: .CIIVI thI elementary school.A tho battle against polio I
I I 1 VI MIM8U ,en tit Subscription Rate 4.00 per year sa' 4 trade treaty to reduce tariffs Elnora Tanner and Ernie Red- '
0 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) on commodities shipped between Ish were married in the First -
f C> .1164 BERYL BOWDEN Publisher q the U.S. and Cuba was Baptist Church. Manufacturer

, "lTICIN S. O. STALLS. Managing Editor signed In Washington and des. The American Legion planned says
Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 tined to affect the sugar Industry to sponsor a water show and
Advertising Rate on application. The management reserves adversely. It reduced tariffon dance during Labor Day week-
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! Cuban sugar from 1-Sc: per end and the Lions Club planneda
I ollelUd THO to..NEWS nu.crlptr ...um.. no roiponolblllty for till r.turn of UDo pound to .9c per pound.R. midget auto race and barbecue Sell All 64'sPrices
or photograph
f W. Gray, meterotoglst announced s
aium o no financial dinner.
I ( orror or commlulono. la advtrtlument roponilblllty but It for notified trporapblcal GLADES COUNTY TKTJCK driver makes his political sentiment that the U.S. Weather
o( such errors before tbo. nvit IHUO" of th. y.pre will reprint corrootly known In a n.vel manner. The above doge appear e* Station at Miami would announce
that part ot the advrtl.omont In which .
.In...the, Scant a tlmo olomont would ronder tho tho oorrootlon error oocurr v luo 4.> he tailboard of Us vehicle It waist determined whether the weather Information to Judge Miner tells Cut to the Bone
the Nowt will reduce the of tho for the
prlro advoriloomnl
by warnings
amount oqual' nn Inilde of the bard wit similarly Inscribed 1 Jut U take car include storm
to Uio poreontato of tho total apace .. the .rron.oouo .
u or omitted eoftjr roproooatod. of the eventuality of hi* belnf eaniht with his UUboird, down Lake Okeechobee area during Kiwanians of needs
times of emergency.The .
onetime.-STAFF PHOTO.Sonny government dredge Wei- Wa Now

atka continued to strike Increasing Charles Miner, Jr., city: Judge 3-bed-Earl1 American with washer '

: We passed Cleo's the parent are being punished. amount of hard rock in Its in the form of constructive criticism 60x10' Marlette $6170 $5670 I
1 test. State institutions are filled beyond work of dredging levee near cited the inadequate Jail d-U4-bath I
and court faciUtlei presently existing -
51 Sex planned capacity private Moore Haven.
., If periods of stress are a test of good breeding. ClawIston homes for children are reported in dewlston at last Wed- 55x10' Marlette . 5150 4850,
] passed Hurricane Cleo's with flying colors. The town to have a w.IUnl1.t up nesday's Kiwanis meeting. 3-DtGnroon'

:! seemed quiet and there was a very general consideration of Maybe with a flight bit of into 1967 for admission '"*' TWENTY YEARS AGO Miner, at the lame time com- 55x10' Cranbrook 4550 4200.
'j 1 others shown (From Ctewtstm mended the addition c! a prosecuting
by the populace. Some folks boarded win anticipation, the following reprint -- -

"' down, took down heavy signs, lowered TV antennae and of a column If .offered: Pas the Metrocal: Abner September I, 1M4)) staff which attorney to the the Judge legal EXTRA BONUS 3 months free rent
brought<<; garbage cans to sheltered An Independent Party, opposing removes
.1 a place. Neighbor were DOES HISTORY REPEAT Vann said he met man who former of having
from the position
calling<<; out when their own chores were done, "Can I lend said they had met earlier at the Franklin Delano Rooseveltand to leek out the informationand Also see our new Travel Trailer Marlette, Iff
you a hand?" The following parallel be- New Office You must mean the Mew Deal was organized extend of
tween event of today. and a Sonny, Abner laid "That's in Florida and Its members deliberating the self-eontained.19641,4 Mariettas, and the new 12
The police who cruised: the streets report driven were century aro has been going the right said the stranger" pledged themselves to vote guilt "It returns us to the formof wide Cranbrook '
whereby the ascured
t careful and courteous. Thursday morning at what was sup round of newspaper publication again pass the Metrocal.: "for a good Democrat for President government
I posed to be the height of the storm the city commissioners for several week and finally ( of the U.S. who stands for is Innocent until proven all on display atCLEWISTON
for the officers and
guilty prosecuting
one by one, stopped in at City Hall and asked each other, has gained the dignity of the principles of this country attorney," Miner said
publication in ,the Congressional Pharmacy Course 19 graduated at Riddle
1s there "
anything we should be doing<<; ? Record. The Success of El Field and Course 22 arrived to Extensive work is now being TRAILER SALES Inc.

The electric power went off. Hospital and telephone dorado, Texas,.is credited, and PIZZA begin training at the British done in cost accounting, that ,
M. O. Snyder, Flying Training School. will enable the court to establisha
systems shifted Highway 27 East YU
easily to their auxiliary power. Floyd An a Republican war responsible YU 2-3311" Marion DeLozler returned to fair and Just court cost fee.I 2-2661
drews reported to City Hall: "The crew is standing by to fire for Its appearance In the Record Connellsville, Fenna. after am also basing each cue on
up the boilers if you wish." (He referred to the U. S. Sugar with these preliminary remarks
<97>> '
Corp. plant from which the
city contracts to buy power. In : "
the off-grinding season, however, the power is supplied "Mr. Speaker the following
from the Florida Power and Light lines and the U.SS.C. observation from the Eldortdo

I generators are on a standby basis for emergencies.) Success 1* interesting, and
1 Is
while the last paragraph
However, Curtis Chace the Florida Power and Light speculative I believe that student
manger at Pahokee began testing at various checkpointsalong of American history will
r the be interested In these fact*."
cross-state hlghllne and found that Clewiston .
I could be switched to receive power from the Fort Myers The parallel follows: -I : ,
Lincoln and Kennedy:
r; plant After only one hour and 50 minutes of outage, pow 1. Both Presidents were concerned .
I r er was restored. with civil: rights. \ .14'.. '

2. Lincoln was elected in 1860, \
: The City office received calls
many during and Immediately Kennedy In 1960.
/ following Cleo. Residents were not complaining; ; they 3. Both were slain on Friday
were giving information on damage ,visible from their and In the presence of their

homes which they thought would help the city crews to wives.

locate trouble. The city transmitted this information by radio 4. Their successor both : .W"1 ,
tc the repair crews which speeded their work. named Johnson, were outhern- "" .,::- ;
up ,
I ers, Democrat, and had served
Si I, The height of consideration was the resident who In the armed forces.
phoned: "Now don't 5. Andrew Johnson was bornin
watry'about this, because Is the
\ only house which does'not have current but there's ours a big born 1808.in 1908.Lyndon Johnson wag. .

tree limb across the lines at the comer,, of such and such 6. John Wilkes Booth, the assassin .
1 a street. We can see lights in all houses but Ours and we of Lincoln, was' born In

j aren't" hurting. <<; for electricity, but it may help you to know 1839. Lee Harvey Oswald was The the
1" born in 1939. name of
7. Both Booth and Oswald
people, Clewtstonltesl were southerners cause favoring unpopular

8. Both slayers of Booth and
L 1 Raising cane Oswald (Boston Corboth and
Jack Ruby) murdered the two>>

Sign on a smart panel truck passing through our town assassins 9. Both before Presidents'their wives trial lost is !

Sunday proclaimed its owner as offering "Expert Horse children through death while lathe
Shoeing", and savings
reminded us that
from the some skills are passing<<; White House. game
modem world. 10. Both Presidents were shot

Time was, so the history books and Henry Wadsworth In the head. .
Longfellow tell us, when the blacksmith shop was one of 11. Kennedy' secretary was
the named Lincoln. Lincoln's secretary -
r 'I centers of communication and activities of the village. was named Kennedy,
I ., Horses were plentiful thoae days: they were not a luxury (Now, if you want to speculate -
for the elite, but a necessity for almost every family. further it I.I recorded that

Although we were not conscious of the lack ,of black Lincoln's Vice President served
smiths, the truck set us thinking. We had not seen a black out his term and was not Nol

t smith sign previously in years; where do all the horses < get shod? ---
I One cannot help but be alarmed -
4 Although at one use was an estimated 25 mil at the appalling number of
lion horses and mules in on American farms they have juvenile cases bandied in the

been replaced by some 4.7 million tractors, 2.8 million county in the last couple of

trucks and 3.6 million automobiles. There are still month one situation Involves _
cowboys on our ranches who spend most of their days many Int 22; two>> other cases Involve -iii -
t the saddle. We know where the trucks and tractors are While five the individual situation I I. sad ai_ e a
t shod but who shoes our horses? It is even worse to think that

; Doyle Conner says "the recent growth of interest in parents of these children allow
!, riding and an increase in numbers of horses used for recreation them to roam the street all

has caused one art of the smith's trade-that of hour of the night Last week a We'll give you the sweetest deals of the year right now

horseshoeing'farrier', survive In the person of a new breed the 8 midnight year old taking was a caught bicycle.after In .. on' '64 Super Torque Fords, big winners by far in the

com. case*. the parent or parents 64 NASCAR stakes and the smoothest, strongest,
"Proper and
care shoeing of the horse's hooves
requires were not even horn themselves steadiest cars in their class.
special: knowledge and skill that can'only be acquired how can the children
by training. I noted recentlyy that ten students, Including be expected to grow Into reapectabl >
two girls, "graduated" from a 10 day course in farriery adulthood U parent
r at River Falls, Wisconsin. The Job outlook is attract fall to set a reasonable example.

1 I tive. SaId the instructor 'Farriers' are so rare, that horsemen Now, there are laws that allow
fight for our services" for prosecution of parent, for
contributing, to the delinquency
of a minor but there Is no
place to put the children while

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dcwtston. JTla. THE CLSWISTON; NEWS Page ThreeThursday for education: and training lID'dft'
New professional U a member of the September >, 1944 the Korean GI Bill.
Cleveland Chapter, Northern ,
Congress has established January
Ohio Section, Professional Golf--
club ers' Association: of America. 31, 1965 as the termination
Country Hii wife's name 1 I. Dodie and New public health date for the readjustment program
I at they have two children James r program of education and training
Country Club 1.rl and Nancy, both married. for Korean Conflict veterans,
Dpewiato For those veteran dischargedprior
\ J. Hartzell formerly as- starts for migrant labor campsA to January 31, 1957 the i
gee fe0ional at the Riverside Bundy tells club termination date expires eight i
I1staDt Club, Cleveland new public health program, health problems and their solutions years following the date of discharge -
lie Lobe t an Sept 1.arUeU Tigers to be toughCoach designed especially for migrant In Duke Medical Center, or release from activeduty. '
0bo.: developed interest In labor had Its beginning Hen- Durham NC. next week. ; .. ,,* -, !

caddY at tM Congress Joe Bundy gave an opjtmistle dry County Tuesday. Dr. Wm. This deadline applies both to
top as Country a Club In Hartvills, picture for the 1964 Tiger F Hill. Jr. director of the those Korean Conflict veteran '.j I
w. Later be organized golf football season to Klwanlani Hendry County Health Department Raymond Ingraham already embarked on their 1.' I
011I0. while workln' fur Gen present at the Wednesday lunch- said a grant from the courses of study and to those '
tesna In Cleveland where Public Health Service will defray takes Duke job are about to start classes ;
era! Motors a process and meth. eon.Bundy, )beginning his second the expenses of the new now for summer school work or'
//I.,became en.ineer, During this time year as head coach, feels defense program, deemed necessary because Raymond Ingraham, formerlywith in September for the Fall ... 1'1'wbo
el worked early mornings late will be the key to a successful of the Increasing numberof Hendry General Hospital, meter
//I. and weekends at tho"JOlf season and feels that seasonal laborers who spend has resigned to accept a position The veterans may, of course, .
stlfrnoons business. this year's offensive team will L several months each year in as admlnstrstlve assistantof continue In school after that
Clewlston profession surpass the fine Tiger team of' camps in the area. the Duke University Medical date, but they will no longer
He experienced new In club man- last :year. "Not only should these labor- Center In Durham N.C. receive an allowance from the) .
l era be reached through a health VA each month to meet part of .
.Jlent and greens Gid Brown, program chairman
course CORPS Ingraham, who Is a native of
In order to Improve
care r and teschlng. HU title introduced the speaker, $ k' ri their program own health, but their health Rochester, N.Y., spent two their .training and living ex ;.

i standards should be raised as a years In Clewiston. He prob- penses.The Veterans Administrationhas
ably will live In Chapel Hill
with .
protection to everyone
that those veterans
ti ,. pointed out I
we N.C. of the of
seat University
whom they come in contact No who have failed to begin
public health program is effective North Carolina where he has their Korean GI Bill educationor I
M in until all a daughter who Is married to a
a community 'l
7 d training within three year r rafter
segments of that community Is professor.
--- -- ------- their discharge or separalion

W THE PHYSICAL FITNESS! COMPETITION course; Dale Pennlnttoa.1 keys, total points served. from the service have air
01 the dewiston Recitation Department's summer and efeaUenge course) front rev' Tommy Series "In the put this department ready forfeited their eligibility. j
KEEPS Nb program, these ualUna- boys and girls won lt-11 boys, challenge eounei I Greg Miller has done some work with migrant Vets Info ServiceBy Eligible veterans may obtain
the medals they are proudly displaying. Weedy total points: Barale Bryan 1MI boys, total labor but the entire program the necessary application forms -1
Carrnthers. director, sinoonees these winner point and challenge course; Gretchen Bryan Ia so large now, and the at the County Service Officer.'
la their ace troops top' row 1ft to right Mal lull girls, total points and challenge course.Winners laborers so numerous that a FRANK B. VELTRE .
colm Wilson 8-1 boys, teal point and challenge of total point medal are automatically special program has been set
County Service Officer
tonne! China Faye Sitxton. *-. girls, total entered In the national Physical Fitness competition up. There were 17 labor camps
Paints: Jane Passmen, .-. girls challenge .m their Staff Photo "
are group. In the county last year Korean Conflict veterans who Sugarland Pharmacy ,:- I
The migrant program will were on active duty January
/ Former Tiger have a staff consisting of one 31, 1935 and have been unconditionally 1'I
I tiff W.i assistant health officer, a nurse, discharged or released PIZZAYU
f still batting 'em SpDJdA 'YltwASwimming a sanitarian and clerk. Their from active duty within the past
salaries will be from the
e paid three years for the first time 23311YOU :\
Phil Roland, one of iw Tiger Public' Health Service grant, since that date, are remindedthat .i
ess7yg athlete stars of yesteryear, U and not from the health fund they have one semester left
provided by Hendry county tax
now making athletic records in
the US Air Force. pool to payers. 'i
b,6NP 4 Indian childrenin The new sanitarian being assigned
D 1r A news item, dateline Eglln: to the migrant labor staff I
1rre1y AFB, states "PhU lp Roland close for seasonThe Is Bill Bridges, who recently arrived
atao aerstr Spraying 2178th Comm. Sq. had a big Swimming art exhibitTwo from McComb, Miss., and ':f
C. S. Mott Pool
IaWlll,boob..AND kNIW' night in a recent Intramural who with his wife and three
after .'l1ae softball game between the will be open all day Monday year-old son Daniel Jonathon ::3
wcdIDIlIU hp Cravohr ea. "* Sept T, ILabor Day) until 6p.m. student of the Big Cypress ,
2178th and the local: Supply (Johnny) live In LaBelle. Mr.
.. after which It will be Day School are among .
doeI the work. Direct: *
JnI Squadron. McComb has a bachelor's degree -
Jjf.mr drive to the tools closed for the season, accordingto : those whoa paintings are on State
from the Mississippi
trsr 30 available-leta jo* Roland hit three home runs recreation director Woody display as part of a unique In- University SUrkvllle. His duties Make 'Extra' Money ,
do ALL our homeanjd in his first three times at bat Carruthers. dian art exhibit at the Department will be chiefly concerned with
ob with POWER "The would normally be of the Interior's Headquarter .
pIIm f driving In a total of nine runs, pool sanitation and health edu- ;
GrsTelr doecn't fire op and pitched the 21780 to Its closed on Mondays, but we are Building In Washing camp cation, drainage problems, garbage without Extra Work! '
when the tola gets seventh victory in the serlei.He keeping it open in hopes of ton. disposal pit privies, and
tough Let Gwrely; man also Is a member of the keeping some people off of the '
students are Marl. Cop. similar needs.Prior .
jour tough job easy. rwa DIMONSil ATON squadron football, golf and basketball crowded highways and beaches" pedge T, grade-beglnner whose to the arrival of the laborers Make your money work as hard as .

teems" director on the holiday said weekend, the crayon drawing entitled "My (who will begin to comeIn you do. Our high rate of return will add /
NO BELTS! Sounds like old times to C.II.S. Cat," and Junior Osceola. during October for the startof
Water show cancelled regularly build insured "
Tiger boosters! 10, whose drawing shows the the harvest season) the sanitarian up to your
NO CHAINS! Roland scheduled The water for show Monday that bad night been to Big Cypress school. and others of the staff as savings quickly and effortlessly I Open. ,I
who is now Airman they are assigned will organizethe
first class, is stationed at McCoy climax the summer recreation The exhibit includes Indian program. They will Inspectthe your account with us today.
AFB, Orlando He playedin swimming program has been and Eskimo student paintingsand camps, discuss the programand
Tractor a recent tournament in cancelled, Carruthers said drawings, wood sculptures, any special needs with the EARN MORE NOW! .
Challenge Homestead, and left the field In ceramics and craft items. It camp operators and the farmer
$357.00 such a hurry to go up to dewiston Florida high school also has paintings from the collection employers to secure their co-
for a visit with his mother of the late William and operation.Two 4OMp
TOOLS arras COMPARISON Mrs Susie Roland, that lie officials associationThere Leslie Van Ness Denman, patrons outpatient diagnostic and o4'L Clewiston Federal
FINANCE' PLAN misled a chance to go with a of Indian art for many ,treatment clinics will be established av Sanesrsl
sort of All-Star AF team to playin will be a meeting this decades, and works by well : one at S&M's Mexican t I

"er' .. I' the north. Thursday night September 3rd Jj 4;!-*known concentrate/ contemporary on Indian artists themes.,who camp In Eastern Hendry county l -i ; Savings and LoanAssociation ,.I
and .,at Campbell and Gaunt's
at the Wetherald Youth Center .IIi
Roland who graduated In 1
Barry's GRAVELY Tractors Inc. 1958 lettered In all-four, sportsin at '7:30 p.m. for anyone: Interested Mrs. Stewart L. Udall, wife Camp in Western Hendry Coun
In Joining the nor1cta.High ty.; A full range of public health '
his senior year, and one of of the Secretary of the Interior, : '
4067 Palm Beach Blvd. the first Tigers to do so. He is School Officials Association. Applicants ''; opened the exhibit last May services will be offered. ii'i
must be at least 21 with a reception attended by Dr. Hill and one of the present '
enjoying to the fullest, the car*
Fort Myers Phone OX 4-1422 p Public Health Nurses Mrs.
ry-over value of his high school years of age. more than 500() prominent pen- .;
sports tralnlD,. Main purpose of the meeting ':ple. Claudia Wilson, will attend a 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewiston ; :
is to review the current rule workshop on migrant labor .
changes and to refresh officialson
other important rules and ,
regulations for the- coming football ,; ,Juke box kindles 1 I
_IOn. / i
Officials wlU be paid a flat ] ,youth dance flame
fee plus I mileage Traveling will. _
Your Plymouth-Valiant Dealer, be at a minimum with the long-rf ,The addition of a "juke box" -
est trip being about 90 miles. last week has kindled a flame
If you are Interested and cannot and flare for dancing at the
is having a attend. the meeting please Qewiston Youth Center, accordIng -
contact Woody Carruthers at to director Woody Carruth
YU 3-2171 In dewlston or George '
Kelleher In Moore Haven. ers."It '( 01
seems the young folks had 1\
rather pay a dime to dance than I
they had play the record player
RED HOT Bowling News

Final StandingsTeam ,:and said dance for free", Carruthers 1. t

W L't;'[aVThe Summer Festival dance

Hot Shots _'--- 26 14*.'Saturday night was most successful
Topits .. 24 18* with 128 teen agers enJoying -
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GOOfltS -,mrrii..nn..iT.i..i. 21 Iff, the dance and music furnished
CLEARANCESALE Pin ups .-. .,,.._ 20 20" bl the Invaders of Ft
Twister. _________ 19 21''' Myers.Plve.
Whiz Kids __,,, .__ 10 30( dollar gift certificate
men Scratch Score door prizes were won by San-
series game dra Bell and Ray Taylor. The
Leona White -.__ 450 191 certificates were donated by \
Jackie Byrd 446 180 The Toggery Shop and Parkin
balsa deArmas .... 430 173 son's Department Store.

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resumes spend Labor Day weekend.
September g. lit e y u Mr. W, A. Baker and children Mr. and Mr. Woodrow W pitaL gust 1in Rend
: \ of Miami spent Wednesday Carruthers announce the birth flw She welghysix
'. regular meetings through Saturday in Clewiston of a daughter August 27th in name eusces end j caw
with Mr and Mrs J. Fred Baker Lee Memorial Hospital Fort Ly05,
during her husband's absence Myers. The baby has been
for the coming year
on a business trip to named Valerie
Paige, and Sugarland
discussed by members
F It ii the Beta Sigma Phi at their Peoria. weighed seven pounds eleven
ounce at birth.
meeting Tuesday night September Weekend guests of Mr and
L The meeting, which was Mrs. Win. C. Boswefl were his Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Price PIZZAYU
: he-Id and are< the parents of a baby girl
their first this year was brother Milton Boswell
Karen Virginia' who
In the Glades Pit Room. his wife of Ocala.: who were ca was born 23311AWister
6 iiJL Members attending the meeting rout of Miami for a four daycruise In Everglade Memorial Hospital .
: were: Mrs. Frank Mottley to Nassau. Pahokee, on August 27th.
it Anna Postell and Ray Clinard Mr*. Michael Mfflcevlc. Mrs. Mrs. Christine Doty and her The baby weighed eight pounds,
11ounces at birth.
Robert Bass Mrs. Michael Her- son. Willard Doty, are on a vacation jot
? ring. MM. Richard Baker, Mrs. trip to the West which Mr. and Mrs. George Swaner Barbara
I are married in Assembly of God Jay Spooner MM. Van Cothern.Mr will Include a visit to Mr. and bury are the parents of a daughter Comrie',1
Candy Marie who
*. Gene Wilson MM. Fisher Mrs. James R. Hall In California. was born
I Mill Anna Beth Postell.daughter She wore a veil of French illusion J 1 loge. Mrs. Bob McColley Mrs. Sunday, August SO, In Heodry Dancing School
I \ i of Mr. and MM. F. M. which was caught to a l Bob Adams Mr*. MargaretBare Mrs. J. 1.. McDanlel has returned General Hospital. The baby
'1 Posters became the bride of crown of lace and crystals. Her .1 > Mrs. Frank Gentry Mrs.J. from a vacation trip of weighed six pounds four ounces. Classes start Sept. 15 S
I Jftl William Ray Clinard, ton of Mr. wedding bouquet was a cascade ate Fred Baker Mrs. Gen Edwards : three weeks. She visited Miss Mr. and Mr. Jackie Morganare Phone YU
: and MM. W. E. Clinard. Fridar arrangement of feathered carnations I and Mrs. John Block Dean Webb, who was workingat the parent of a daughter. 2-4671
evening at the Assembly of God. stephanotts and center: : the World's Fair this sum
,1i r: The pastor. Rev. James F.Ktmbrel ed with a white orchid. Dinner mer. After sight-seeing the Fair

officiated at the dou The matron of honor' Mrs., party and New York City.; Mrs. Mc
:' blaring ceremony. Jimmie McDuffie. wore a street after rehearsal Daniel and Miss Webb returnedvia

; I Mrs. James F. Kimbrel. or- length dress of champagne bro Niagara Falls, Toronto and J
i i ': ganist. MM. James Manning cade. The bodice featured a frt Members of the wedding par Quebec and home via the \ THE: WORK
t t Earl Davis and sleeve ty of Miss Anna Postell and Ray scenic route.
pianist, and Mrs. scalloped! neckline ?1 P'' 'II 1
'; ; aunt of the bride and MrI.'I and a V-waisBlne. She wore 4 Clinard were guest at a dinner Peter McIntyre has returned of a carpenter was not degrading
4 given to their honor Friday evening from Miami where he studied tII. SoD b
Gene Anderson cousin of the matching veil and accessories. 01 Cal So any karat ,
f. 1 i following the wedding re at the University of Miami this Ia-,
bride. soloists presented a pro- Her flowers were apricot carnations can be a divine service Jesus
;)d tram of nuptial music. Mrs. la a cascade bouquet. hearsal. summer. He is entering the hospital "My Father 1 fa sad,
: Kimbrel played the traditional The bridesmaids were Miss Mr. and MM. W. E. Clinard for facial surgery Friday working >tun, ID4 I,
t hosts at the held at _I am ..working"-John( S:17))
',: wedding marches and Mrs, Evelyn Sharpe. Columbia. S.C. were party and after recuperation and rest
Manning accompanied the solo- and Miss Sandra GUll and Miss the Pit Room of the Glades Reataurant. at home he win return to the
'I 1 I 1st*. Mrs. Andenoa sang "1I1Iij Sheila Campbell both of Ow- MIS. KAY CUNAXD University of Chicago October:
j ther' Thou Goest". and Mrs. Davis Istoa. Their gowns were of apricot corsage of pink Sweetheartroses. Mountain region of Tennesseeand < White wedding ben decorated first. Community Presbyteian Church
sang two original compositions brocade matching the hon Mrs. Clinard was dressed on their return will resideat the party room where place Mr. and Mr C. J. Loworn '407'Royal Palm Avenue
j I "0 Perfect" prior la the or attendants la design. They la a pink eyelet sheath with 440 E. Pasadena Ave., dewIston. were laid for twenty-seven were In Miami the first of the HENRY HORRELL FORD
.; I t ceremony and The Wedding wore m trmp" veils and accessories : pink and white accessories. Her The bride traveled la a guests. A miniature bride and week attending the gift show. Minister
; ; Prayer". whOe the couple and carried cascade bouquets groom formed a center piece at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Simmonsand
; corsage was of pink feathered two-piece cocoa brown suit with 9:00: A. M. Worship 10:00: A. M. Bible
k knelt at the altar. of carnations.Mmdy carnations. pleated skirt, and accessoriesof the table where the honor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ford SERMON School
decorated the flower girl.wore \ guests were seated. Floating returned from two week SUBJECT
The church was Higdon. and flower beige. She wore the orchid have a '
: with palms and candelabras a white organdy dress were used la decoratingthe : from her wedding bouquet as a candles added Interest to the motor trip to the New England "How To Be Happy At Work"
'1 11{ with floral arrangement The with abort puff sleeve and organdy corsage. flower arrangement which states.
Inn where the bride's table
't bridal arch was decorated with sash. She wore a short centered with traditional completed the decorations.: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Owens and
was a
greenery and floral arrangements white veil and carried a basket The bride 1* a graduate of children, Nancy Ruth and Tommy
1 three tiered wedding cake with
and the same decorations of rose petals. Rlngbearer was miniature bride and Assisting Clewiston High School: class of who have been at the homeof
f outlined the satin prayer Warren McKinley of South Bay. la serving groom.the cake 1962. She attended SoutheasternBible his parent since his recent
bench used during the cere Bert Man was Billy BoweD of punch and mints and outs were College at Lakeland and release from the U.S. Air Force
\ mony. South Bay. Ushers were Dennis 1 II employed by U.S. Sugar Cor moved Saturday to Indlantown
Mrs. Gary Clark. MM. Troy 1MPERSOffAlS
''1 The bride was given in marriage Postell. brother of the bride. Cotton Miss Margaret Ann Waters poration.The to reside. He Is employed thereby
I ; by her father. Her wedding Jimmie McDuffie and Larry and Mrs. Roger Adams of groom graduated ,from Pratt and Whitney.
; gown was of Chantilly lace Williams all of Clewiston. Clewiston and Miss Helen Sloan Belle Glade High School: In 1959. Mrs. Lorene Acuff of Euitls
iI, over taffeta. The bodice features Following the ceremony the of South Bay. He served IVt yean la the U.S. arrived Sunday to stay la the
I" a Sabrina neckline and bride' parents entertained with home oIlier son-in-law and RESTAURANT
The bride and groom left for Air Force and Ja 1 employed by :
;'; sleeves with calla at the at The ClewistonInn. ,
points a reception a wedding trip to the Smoky U.S. Sugar Corp. daughter Mr. and Mrs. ParkerT.
wrists. The full floor length Mrs. Pollen chose a two- Wilson during their vacation Open 6A-M., .to 9 P.M.
,:' t skirt was designed la tiers, and piece beige suit with pink and period. The Wilson are on a
r,:,: ended In a chapel talc beige accessories and wore a honors Emrichson Mrs. Lets Roseboomof trip to North Carolina. Sugarland Hwy. Clewutoo
A Surprise party Brooksville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morganand .
with her parents Mr. and Mr .
family Ronald Donald and

;t, f' Let us get your child ready for school next year their 40th wedding anniversaryMr. Ira Mr.T. Blair.and Mrs. James W.Beardsley ., month's Karen have visit In returned Sweetwater from and a, -If you have 15 minutes to eat-
and son David returned -
Athens Tennessee.Al .
and Mrs. Paul Emrich Mrs. Jim Adams,'Mr. and Mrs. last week from an extensive Etensoa spent the week
honored with Robert Emrich and KImberly, motor trip to Western the service at the Glades will leave
; The First Baptist ChurchKINDERGARTEN were Sunday a end with his wife In their home you
f surprise dinner party in observance Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knowles, States and the Pacific Coast. In Miami He reports very severe '
minutes discuss with
of their 40th wedding Keith Knowles, Misses Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tex- ? damage throughout the to. politics
The Ann and Bonnie Sue Knowles.and ton and children of Hialesh
annlveriary. party was
are., and destruction of fruit know.
iI K. O. Tim- were weekend guests of his par, everyone you
held at the home of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. trees and other trees and shrubs
i Tim eats. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Tex.
and Mrs. John R. Taylor. gren. Cricket, Donna as his major loss at home. Mrs.
Guests attending were the Tlmgren. ton.Mrs. Etenson expects to, move to
'Transact business the Glades
bonorees Mr. and Mr. Emrich; Stokes Murphy entered Clewliton this week-end. your at
I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDonald. Lee Memorial Hospital Mondayand with U.S. 27
the best of coffee ,
Is reported recovering: nicely cup
Terri, Lori McDonald Mrs. Exemplar chapter
Kenneth Scott Mr. and MM. from surgery 'performed Card of Thanks
j' '::1 Registration Day will be Friday, Sept. 4th. Everett McDonald Chem Mil Tuesday.
dred. Christine and Billy Me- Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and MM. I wish to express my sincere
\\,1 8:30: to 11:30 Donald. Mr. and Mn. BIU'. starts new year Hugh Allen were in Miami Sunday appreciation to the many friends

i Adams, Rev. and Mr. John R. attending the showing of for the cards, flowers prayers .
School will start Tuesday Sept. 8th Taylor Sr., David Danny Mary The Xl Beta PI Exemplar Jewelry and handbags at Miami and visits during my hospital-, '
Alma and John Taylor Jr., Mrs.E. Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held Beach. Izatlon and especially to the PIANO SALE !
!J' at 8:30: to 11:30: B. Bathes Jr and Tracy, their "beginning day" ceremony T. B. Owens spent a few days staff of Hendry General Hospital '
with a luncheon Saturday at the last week la Pensacola visiting for their kindness and con
I Mrs. Della Beavers, Mr. and
Mrs. Nigel Miller, Elementary SchoolTeacher's Glade Pit Room. Prospective his son, John Owens, a U.S. sideration.! Upright . '. , $ 149.50
pledges from the Beta Pi Chapter Marine stationed there; John 1 I. Gene Clawson
Back to school were guests. Rebuilt Upright .. . 199.50
I'I YU 2.2603
I theme of The Informal luncheon was Rebuilt Upright . 299.50
partyA" held to acquaint the guests with
; Mrs. T. H. Jones, Jr. YU 2-5931 members from the higher degree Rebuilt Upright . 325.00
Back to school"
party and to start the
chapter 611ttVtt 225.00
given for the young people of 1964-65 sorority season. Rebuilt Upright .-, : .
,f the Community Pentecostal Holmes
Guests In attendance were
Church of South Clewis New Spinet . 795.00
j jr Mrs. Mike Mlllicevic. Mr* Van :, 4 ,

a-c-w ton A Saturday.weiner and marshmallow Cothern. Mr. J. E. Spooner It New Spinet ','./. : 745.00
Mrs. Dlckson. Members
and George
I 1 ROWN IN roast was 4S of held the youngster and approximately at- present were Mrs. Joe New .Spinet . 595.00
i Sexton. Mrs. Johnie Jackson
P tended.The youths members of Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. D. C. 8 New Console :xxxsoldxxx 895.00
Ellis, Mrs. John Drake Mrs.
r ... 1 FLO IA the Life organization.Liners, the church sponsored Hager Lowe and Mrs. Gen Repossed Spinet .'. . 500.00

Hough. New Spinet Organ . 795.00
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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS ? Rebuilt Grand Piano 1695.00

Sept 4 W. H. Lasts Mrs. Used Spiinet Organ . 299.00

I 1 IS REFINED Sept.Eloise S T.- Harris.O. C. Wilcox Jr., Used Spinet Organ . 595.00

INTO Eleanor Kehoe. Douglas Prld- Patients Dbetiarged: Used Chord Organ .'. 84.50
I : 1t gen Norma Watts. Joyce T. Drake Emma Caw.
I Sept. (-Tom Owens, Jr., Diane er, Eugene Clawson, Carl Ber Used Cord Organ . 24.50
j Berner, Marjorie Roberts ner, Nova Ballnger Charles
Helen Dickey. Mercer Nllson Hernandez Do-
Sept 7-Frank E. Conkllng. L. rothy Lowe, Charles Tiger, Silvia HOLDRIDGE MUSIC
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.1 sugar leech Albert KeechL Bryan, May Howard Leona North FranelM ClewklnT.leph

Sept. S-Carl H. Berner, MarJorie Swearlnger, O a y n a m Rack- .ae YU S-4711

Martin. straw Girl's Flats for TeensIn
1 Sept. 9-Carol Dlckson. Preston Patient Remaining
Hammond ,Agnes Thomas, Nathan Webb N. Archer A. Red and Black era
llllaDDmUEJlJ: Hooker McDuffle Sally Jepson William Baker Lillian Spurlln*

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Hutto Georgia Weetmsn John Hyde Gopher, Judy James. Our
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Rare William Beconitruction Watson!in Davis Florida by era in the Harlem Academy, accredited by the Child Engineers alert ; John F Nicholson Ocala September 1, 1984 .
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starting also on January 13th. Welfare League of America licensed Circuit Court Clerk, AttorneyJoa
History of Jacksonville, Fieri- It will be eIther reading or math, by the Florida State Department Moylo, West Palm Beach, regular meeting and that the HOW IT ALL BTABTED
da, and
Florida Press Davis Vicinity In 1925 by T FrederIck whichever flu the needs of the of Public Welfare and during hurricaneWhat and Representative Richard Pet- chapter will have a representative The let cream cone I* M

by These and four other books school best, said Superintendent 1 11 the second largest adoption tlgrew, Dade County.Subcommittee In our school's Student year old this year On a sir.

rare books concerning make up the Floridlana Facsimile Carl Hornsby agency In the country Last might be described a* 2, of which Council. sling summer day In 1904 at
biltol1 01 florida have been and Reprint Series, which year 673 children were placed relaxed fusion prevailed at the Allison R. Strickland, 1* chairmen The to be planted In the the St Louis World' Fair, an
e by the Unt.HIV will someday number throughout Florida So far this Clewiston office of the US. has .* it* field; general crops left cream vendor ran out of
) ftoy odd.. Pressnorlana 300 editions Karen has placed referendum school plot also will be dis dlshe A neighboring
of rare books Three more Peers wins year the Society !Corp 01 Engineer last Thursday primary, special, bond and serving
\'IIbbSbed III cooperation with of the terie will be released three babies In Hendry County, as Hurricane Cleo moved election, voting, ballots cussed. Suggestion are invited. concesslonnalre who sold crisp ,, f
\ Florida Quadrlcenteflnlal.JJll tills FaU $1600 scholarship and Mrs Storer expressed the north with a banshee howL voting machine; absen- sugar waffles came to the rescue
. 01 the belief that other families It has been decided to grow his confection '
Usslon al part there are Hurricane shutters were battened tee, and procedure (Chapter shaping penny ,
'I Facsimile Miss Karen Peen, daughter In the county Interested In down on the headquarter 100 and 101, Florida Statutes); flowering plant In the FFA Into cones to hold the Ice I'

Reprint Series, the books of Mr and Mrs. Martin Peers adoption who have not known windows as Bob Fuarce, In Sub Committee I win have a* nursery rather than shrubbery, cream. u ,

III reproductlona of original of dewiiton, who will return to where to tern charge of operations, sat in the Its special! field: subject of presidential .

't. red trassalltions dating Training courses Florida State University, Tal- Families In Glade or Hendry radio room taking report on electors, political parties /

.u ISM to 1925- Bough lD.lber lahassee this month for her County who wish to apply should wind, water, barometric and executive committee and

OlD wd lumped the senior year, was advised this write or call the Society's Gulf other conditions from men stationed member (chapter 103)), conducting -

.cial Quadrlcentennlal coatS start in schoolsTwo week by Mode I.. Scone Dean Coast Division office, 2554 in the four locks and five election change the results

armJ, they are priced from of \UM School of Education, that Twenty-Second Avenue South. hurricane gate that ring Lake (chapter 102)) qualifications ) Commission

tg j to 115.00. in-aervice training all has been selected by the St. Petersburg. Okoecbobeo. Report' came, too, and registration of electors City
Edl- Exceptional Child I (chapter (7)) and registration -
* JesareR3bault's nebOlt course are being given for the EducationKAREN from the corps district headquarter
office, officer and procedure
are teacher In Hendry county In Jacksonville and
i and True >DlwoueI7 GonzaloeMw" of school this year, under sponsorship Hurricane treats from West Palm Beach where (chapter M).

'ern Florida) Pedro 1563: Menede.torica of the Board of Public one report laid gust had After' meeting of the subcommittees

JI! A. 1.. Latour'. Instruction The first will be an reached 115 miles an hour the entire committee MEETINGwill .,
Aviles. 1S67: of the War extension course in reading Clewiston kindly It was a situation of watchful win meet In Tallahassee on

. ) Memoir and LouUlan.i which will be held each Tuesday waiting There wasnt much to November and 10. said Senator "
] West Florida ta I816f from 4 to T p.m., starting Sep do other than prepare for emergency Friday, for I fullscale work
.. 5. written deo had only a modest punchas ,
] l tember 8th. The Instructor will action should trouble develop cession.
ram Grant Forbes' Sketches, of be Dr L. T. Camp of Florida she fanned through the Clew- In the locks, gate or culverts be held on
JItOrical and Topographical Atlantic UniversityAll iston area but she still managedto .
1821: M. M Coell" mess things up a little
Y rbrtdal and the teacher In the LaBelle Had the cyclonic winds piled FFA chapter
Notices of FlorIda The top wind velocity, almea.ured -
John T and Clewiston school, the the water of the lake up towardthe '
and .
unpnfgaa 1836; by the U S Corps of Thursday September 10
Origin Progress.' school superintendent, supervisor crest of the dike, there ,
The Engineers, was 52 miles per
pcue"d conclusion of the Florida courSe.and principal will take this hour, recorded at I a,m. and with would district have been consultations to meets Sept. 9A ,
1848. ':SO a.m. That' only gale force.
*.If. Editions also Include The The second course already Nevertheless the wind was .determine whether gate should meeting of the Clewiston at 8 '
scheduled is In mathematics be opened to relieve the pressure p.m.
:Z of Florida by Joshua strong enough to tip over some Chapter of the Future Farmersof
Florida for Tour- teaching and will be held on tree and .
,iildlncs,1858; a telephone pole America will be held Taresday
iinvallds\ and SetUeri by Wednesday afternoons, starting cause power failure by dropping The first gate to be opened night Sept. 8.

;;cage M Barbour 1882; Car- January 13th Instructor will be limb across power lines, probably would have been the Since most of the! officers of instead of on Labor Day ..

-.etSf. Rule in Florida by John William Phillips, also of Florida slow down postal deliveries and one at Moore Haven which em- the chapter 'are seniors this i

ralace 1888; The Purchase of Atlantic University \r make It necessary for clean-up ties Into the Catoosahatchee plans will be laid for .
Bruce Ful- An in-service training course rt. River. There would be reluc- year preparing
'1orida by Hubert t. crews to work overtime clearIng qualified students to replace -
away debris tance to open the one at St them next r
Lucie of various engineering year.
rEEKS Limbs and palm fronds ripped The annual cane planting
from their trunks by the factors, although this will be started soon Please note change in date.
Scholarship Committee, to be action could be taken a* an ex-
HOLDRIDGE MUSIC CO.now awarded a tralneeshlp grant in wind fell across the power lIne treme measure. Plans are being laid for training -
mental retardation forcing them together and for such contests a* the
for "full-
time senior causing short clr:viII. This The corps headquarter began "Sweetheart" and "SubDistrict" -

offers you this additional.service- for one year academic undergraduatestudy year, wa the reason to' the power running on its own emergency contests The latter comprises
failures The short circuits also power when city power tests on parliamentary 't., '
beginning with the fall term".
resulted In two pole transformer cut off about 9:30 In the mornIng baseball
ELECTRONICS REPAIR! The award la in the amountof procedure, cattle Judging -
The radio went dead too,
11600. and was made possible burning out Employees of tractor driving and horseshoe
Portable Television I ladle *) Rich Fidelity through the Exceptional Child the Clewiston Department of for some unexplained reason, pitching
9 Stereo Phonograph Tape Xeeorder Program Division of Handicap Utilities worked overtime ,to and the regular half hour reports Announcement will be made -

Transistor ladle Amplifier ped Children and Youth, U.S. make the necessary repair. from gate tenders were that the Agriculture truck will Donttforget.Dance .
Trash collectors worked all interrupted for a brief period
Office of Education The local pick up boy going to and from
No. Francisco Clewiston YU 2-4781 recipient Is one of eight candi- day Saturday and City Manager The men on dike'stations are
in storms, being in wa.
I C. F, Blair ordered that otto-1
dates chosen
for this grant from work be held In abeyance until terproof block houses such a*

among In twenty-seven Exceptional seniors Child Edu majoring the clean-up Job was done the one that sits on the Clewis r 4 Fun Prizes Entertainment
conceivable storm
cation. which was expected to be ,to- ton gate No
day. All available men were assigned could blow these sturdy shelter .
Miss Peers, a former studentof Thurs Fri. Sat.
to this task down The men at these stations Sept. 3 4 3
LaBelle Public School, was and
have a ringside seat for Friday Every Friday
Children 40e
graduated from LaBelle high Then was no garbage pickup of nature's most awesome -
school with the Class of 1962, during the blow but the collectors one at Cowlston DOUBLE FEATURE
displays The .gate
In which she was honored 'a went out on Saturday afternoon "
to catch on this..job. Is not continuously manned A Hard, Day'sNight"
ValedictorIan. She makes her up MOORE
When I, want, home In LaBelle with her grandmother Blair pointed out that this during storms, the vital stabstics I Bar
being taken by a man Angler
... Mrs Wade Hampton. was one of the driest hurricanes headquarters who walk over THE, BEATLES HAVEN
on record. He said water
your opinion. to the blockhouse every half
had been pumped out of drain. "Young Guns of I'
age ditches to make room for hour

I'll ask fort! Adoption agency an little expected rain flood but that so the Score top of of the motorists dike during drove the to Texas" "with the Angle Tones until 2"
fell that the water
seeks homes for level height of the storm They saw JODY McCREE
had not returned to normal -
an interesting sight The powerful
by Tuesday There
war n->

orphan childrenThe damage by flooding, which ,he wind created whitecaps in Sun: Moll.ru.... No under 21 I
considered 'a break. and then peeled off the tops I Sorry one years '
Children Home Societyof the form of spray. Haft of water Sept. 6-7-8 'I "
Florida is inviting adoption The water did pile up In thj hyacinth, ripped loose from MON. 7th-LABOR DAY t
Wiof wrong lellaT lake. At Belle Glade It rose to underwater mooring, were OPEN 3:30 Continuous I
Inquiries from families in the
GOT A BIG LIABILITY SUIT ON YOUR HANDS? Hendry County area IS,S feet a* against a normal of drifting before the wind The "Looking forLove" They are saying -"All the Fun U at the Jingle! : Iif if
132 In
feet Clewiston the
Proper insurance, not belligerence, is the only thing In an effort to correct false nor tall Australian pines bent before (
mal elevation exceeded
bat will help you when you have an accident or fire. beliefs that adoption 1* only for less than three was feet. the gale. ft

Let us explain our Independent Services to youl very rich and childless couples, Postal deliveries were made CONNIE FRANCISJIM ANGLER BAR Moore Haven :
Mrs. Jeannette Storer, casework BUTTONEven ,. .
more difficult by the storm according ,
tupervsor, said that adoption 11 1 Friday headssubcommittee cupid get confused In
to Postmaster A. W I
Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency easier than most people think. this lively lovely song feat
Slas Carrier found It almost '
"The most Important requirement ,
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impossible to ride their bicycles .
TV 12501I "1 real desire I
TeUptwne she said, a '
against the wind and turned to
Suzarland Clewiston on the pert of both the husband \
Highway ..
their private automobiles to ( ;'
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and wife to adopt a child ''DA.\ .
make deliveries Senator Elmer FtMyers -- ,
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and give him love, understanding ,1 :
,More than half the business has been named chairman ,'fjJJ"It\ ,'
and security. :-!'
houses In the city closed down, of a subcommittee of the ,
Other requirement are a )
according to the postmaster, Florida legislative Interim com
happy marriage, appropriate hence their mall and parcel mittee to study election laws i 'Y..
small child, '
for raising a
ages went undelivered on that day. and make recommendations to ,
physical and ,:fi
good to The Clewiston post office, the 1965 session ,.\
Used Trailers WantedWe health and Income enough
for an additional member which get more than 75 per Friday, one of the membersof : ;o 1l'
cent of its mall through Sebring, the Interim Committee, held : .I
She pointedout
In the family !
that home ownership is not was served by that office, How public, meetings In his district : ;' '
ever, the portion of Its mall during the current year. At a :
have and that other children
line of furniture &
complete necessary are not barriers which comes through West Palm recent meeting, the commute :t I'VI '
to the family I
Beach was not delivered until has voted a realignment of subcommittee 0
appliances to trade for trailers. to adoption the following day, Friday organization Senator J r:,' ,
"The day of long waiting periods :
; One Clewiston sub station In Friday was named chairman
for adoption are over ,
South Shore, was not opened. of Sub Committee 1-the .
B BELLE GLADE MOBILE HOMES Inc. Mrs has usually Storer been said able"The In Society recent Johnson's Fish Camp suffered subject of candidates, campaign .o I, II.",' er I

baby within damage to buildings estimated expense and contesting election I
to place a
years from the at $3,000 by the owner. There (Chapter 99)) and the Election
249 W. Canal St., (next to Kwilc-Chek) two to the four family months application has was no damage to boats, which Code, violation check title !
time had been carefully secured, but of Chapter 104. Florida Statutes :
The agency
Belle Glade Phone 996-6620 been approved.has a number of children the shed over the marine railway This subcommittee is composed SUMMER STOCKSELtOUlNrtrmr.

presently ready for placement, most was blown down and there of Senator Friday, chairman ; F t i

of them under one year old. was considerable damage to Judge George Adam, Orlando; ,

The Children' Home Society dock houses Tom Adams, secretary of State; : I

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Ha.local 10, lots 5, 6, Block 15, dewlston. ffllwiii
Oewtstoo Strickland U
:p 82.20 federal $6.00 state stamps. m et 'r o-U...
Thursday, September J, 1864 R. L Tussey. and wife to El- ::\sa ne : VI"III r IeaiM"h.,. .::_'
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Church sanitarianLester
Directory new si" H. Albritton, tract of land 'br'omn Y marhe;: I -s
In Sec. 32, T 42, R,. 29 E., the Clay H.II eludlyy: ':
Strickland new The
8 55 fed., state .30. the aW.'d will
CHRISTIAN CHUB] !I COMMUNITY PRE8BYTEUAN naturalist sanitarian for Glades-Hendry be.b or anal la l!"'a<<
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IIMT U.S. Sugar Corp to Fodle :to
nntnli: :
Health Departments
Street 407 Beyal I Film. Arena County ourht"k
102 E. Ventura ATOM 2M N. Franciso Fode and James Lea Richardson ollitle.
from the
Rev. Bob I.. Christie B. J. Goodrich, Minister Henry H. Ford, Minister cam to this position lot T, Block U, Harlem Products ,
staff of the Sunland Training :; \
1 '::4J a.m.-Sunday School. 10:00: a.m. Bible School 1.00: a.m.-Morning Worship GladesGeorge Center, Fort Myers. He fills avacancy 1.10 federal! 2.10 state. :: :: :
I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: 'Communion and 10:00: I.m.-&md" School expert on which has existed sine Doug Thompson and Lynda S. r .
t 6:45: p.m.-Training Union. Worship Service. (:.00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow. the resignation! of Hans Ahle- T. Rider to E. C. and Addle ; : :; I

1.00: p.m.-Evening Service. 7.30: p.m.-Communion and ship. feldt last Octobnr. The vacancyhas hulls:\ 400 acres in Sections 4, 3, ....
: Wednesday: Worship Service. Wednesday: Espenlaub stood onC1ewlltoD' been filled on' a temporary and I, Twp. 46, S., n 33, E. $22. *"Ewss::r : : I II enterfib':
dike and swept -I
: 7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teacb Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. high the broad basis since that Urn. federal- and $60. state. th: City 'Atttoorn:: :;
his arm across pan.
L y era Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-BIbI. Study. of the Everglades."Out Mr. Strickland, who calls Matta! 1. Burnett and Olney days after the award. wlt'"maq
r ,I.i 1.00: pjn. Midweek Prayer FIRST METHODIST CHURCH orama "1 Montgomery Ala. his horn C. O'Banlon to Terry O'Banlon, The City feeerv
there, he said, one reject '
f Sen-ice. COMMUNTT1! PRNTBC08TAL!: 331 W. Genesis Arena of the richest collection of birds a< city is a graduate of Auburn part of Govt lot 2 Sec. I, Twp. any CITY or all OP. prs ..alek
1 ''" 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. HOLINESS CHURCH: Rev. David Denslow. Pastor In all the world. The only state University. lit holds both a 43, S R 29 E. $2.75 federal $5 BY C. P. BIeU$WIlfl1))'
\ I If South a_..... >::45 am.-Church School that has more Is Texas, and bachelor's and master's degree sate CM-
  • f.nserarpt.
    t f --:- Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 11:00: a.nu-Morning Service. that's because Texas is so big. from that Institution and has J. M. Lankford to Kramllch >. U, tilt

    8T. MART3 CHURCH 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:00 ,.m.-Methodist YouthhJowshlp. George, who makes his living 41EL done one year's work towardhis Associates 5J29 McGregor Blvd.
    ,, (Iaeepa1)!: ) 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.! : driving parties through the doctorate.In Ft Myers, hit 4 and 33. block .urr":: OpRRera. I
    XT N. raclfle 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evaajellstie Glades in his swamp buggy-a the health departments hit i "''9. $1.65 federal $4.50 state. .TATS or "LORI1 aO
    Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar ServIce. CHURCH OF CHRIST' high riding' vehicle with tremendous work II.that of general sanitation Robert and Wanda Spwling to COUNTY BE 0. HBNIIRT: >\
    Sunday Service: Wednesday: 3M South Central Avenue airplane tires has (another man la specializing Milll A. Spurting Iota 12, 13, Mth FOR II: ME, the net !

    I 7:30: ajn.-Early Eucharist: 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Servlc J. J. Sullivan, Minister bad no formal training as a i In migrant labor sanitation Block 404, Clewiston, $2.20 fed : 1'VIII II r1"J. fete.

    10:30: a.m.-Family Service and Friday: Sunday: naturalist. His university has ). Strickland's duties include .,.11. $5.10 state. Serowe h.ing by and m.sale first: dip em,
    Church School. 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service. 10:00: a.m.-Blbl. School been the vast reaches of the school inspection, dairy Inspection
    Okeechobee swampland. restaurant sanitation septic *
    Saints and Holy Days ai announced. 11:00: a.m.-Worship. : spTSs!
    : JTOKTHSIDE MISSIONARY' 7:00: p.m.-Worship. Despite his unfamlllarlty with tank Inspections, handling of :

    1. Confessions by appointment.CALVARY BAPTIST CHUKCH: Wednesday: classrooms, however, George nuisance complaints and .dog ElfQJKOTleR sKsSrST-a-...
    in discussions bites.He.
    304 N. Francisco Street 7:30: p.m.-Midweek devotionsand takes on all comers
    i Rev. Julian Pope Bible Study. on birds, animals and is residing on Del Rio Avenue and Parrl.h doing bu.ln" ae pl 11U,
    I flowers. He has astounded many in Clewiston, and in un and Dralllln. gook. !tot
    BAPTIST CHURCH 1:45: a.m.-Sunday Scholl operated at the ioIot1,
    t naturalist with his knowledge married.IT address Hendy
    Smith 0.....*. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST of Florida species; his grasp of GEORGE ESPENLAUB, who The City CommlMlon of the Cityof Counties the and and the ants adklr'/ '
    ; Rev. Herb Pasta 6-30: p.m.-BTC. who has an Intimate know- Intertit of each ..
    HIgdon, APOSTOLIC FAITH scientific names. CUwleton' will receive' maid\ aid $
    9.45 School 7:30 pm.-Evening Worship.. ledge of the flora aid faunaof PROBABLY WAS! proposal up to I:SO P.M., September enterprise: I. 4 ..,
    : Seth ClewMosi
    a.m.-Sunday Hurricane Cleo was roaring ,
    t. the Everglades, Moats A police officer: patrolling the 10, 114, at the City Hall, lot ew
    11:00: .m.-Worship Service. Wednesday: Bro. Luther DIxon Pastor up the coast as George talked en the levee abate. the lake beach at a Florida resort, sawa Clewliton. Florida for the Inn tfSSSS bu Mew.
    7:00: p.m.-B.pU Training 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Set vie:*. and great 1 banks of angry, black of the marina located In Block .
    10:00 a.m.-8uDd. School In hU hand.
    : with a flower pretty young girl sunning herself 1 of the General Plan ef Clewli- f-WfraaBXT-
    Union i 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.. clouds were scudding across the He was witching for rare clad in the briefest of suits. ton. The propoeala will be opened week
    '. 1.00: p.m.-Worship Service. CHURCH OF GOD Tuesday: sky-the advance guard of ripping birds on this particular day '"What would your mother and read at that time, or a* olcI ,utl", ::.ke, prior for to four
    } Tuesday 312 Booth Pacine Arena 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. ; winds to come There bat flee was on Ite way and say," he demanded, "If she soon be thereafter beard. Should a* the the matterean City I ln tea. of News thle a affidavit, In. lty,
    : 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood. Rev. Joe Coleman Friday: wasn't a bird to be seen, they had all gone Into hid. caught you in that skimpy bikini decide" that more time le n..dodo"Ju:1 oral or I
    ..... Staff Photo the proposals- the ty, FlorlSi'0Mblh '" Cot
    "Birds sense a | ,
    Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-SIlJld" School 7:30: p.m-Young People' can ? the lease will I be post' uou.l, la said nor.
    7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Servlc Meeting. storm" be said. ''The1left here 'She'd say plenty the girl poned to a later date, to b* decided for a period of county one "'lIP'b
    two to seek sanctuary pearing here because drainageis upon and announced before pmedlna- the first
    I Thursday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. a day or ago admitted. "It's her bathing of the mtotlni PubllOl''
    t 1.00: p.m.-Cboir: Practice. Wednesday: In'some safe place until depleting Its food supply suit" adjournment. Propoaal should epeclfy the of mora Mid fully notice appeir all of\j "bl"!
    7:30 SHAVEN BAPTIST CHURCHHighway the storm has passed." which consists solely of freshwater amount to be paid t* the City; or pifl
    P.m.-Pr"er Service. the hour and day that the marina .t"n" i''r.'Sf ..SS,1;
    730 snails.Few
    Friday; The sago of the glades pointed will b* open: the faellltlea, 5f" rssr2R:thereto'!: ...d.a .
    CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF 7:30 p.m.-Youn. People's En Rev. Vie Turner, Pasta to a hammock far out pn the people see kites, which Deed recordedin ecrvlcea and product to be available affidavit'V
    | GOD resemble a marsh hawk. They ; the experience, If any, thet sworn euboertbodor
    1.45: a.m.-&md.y School horizon and tall with sugarberry
    deavor.JEHOVAH'S the potion has had In operatinga m. thie day of Au.utl
    US Sort I'raaeIIee Street 11:00: .a.m.-Morning Worship. strangler fig. willow and are brown with a white band clerk's officeU.S. marina or any other activity U".
    I J 6:45 ash trees. lit allowed ss around the tall and about the related to bating or fUhlnsf! Lucille P W..w
    : -Training Union. pop
    Jimes T. Klmbrel PastorSunday WITNESSESKingdom p.m.
    and any other Items which maybe Notary
    size of a red shouldered hawk. Sugar Corp. to Amos A. Public ark
    8.00: p.m.-Evening Won Ip. how some birds might to pertinent Persons submittingproposals Florida at Urn.cii .
    : HaU-417 W. El Paso Wednesday out the storm there, although The biggest bird her !Is the Thomas, lots 3, 4. Block IC. Har I h o U 1 d famlllarli My commission expire A
    1 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. R. Oebotn : themaelv. with the agreement. If U"
    that most of turkey gobbler, weighing up to lem. 1.10 fed. $240 state.
    t 11:00 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting., he guessed whereby the City leased the -4iiAUS
    : a.m.-Morning WonIaIp.l
    11:00 a.m.-ChlJdrtJa'. Sunday Watchtower Study; them had flown to more distant 22 pounds. The sand hill craneis U.S. Sugar Corp. to Ted Gab proprty ,from! the United State II.: M. !T, Sept l 1N4Clewiston
    l : Church. 4:15 p.m. places.It the tallest, rising up to four
    I 7:30 p.m.-Erangdlstie Service Tuesday Bible Study ':00 p.m. was suggested that a picture feet and weighing pounds. Its
    t Wednesday: Thursday Ministry School 7:30: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST be taken of George standing habitat is the open prairie ."
    I 7:45 p.nu-Christ's Ambassadors. p-m. Hooker Point there against the backdropof which it share with the burrowing

    ServIce Meeting t.X: p.m. Paul Strickland Paste the lonely area he knows so owl.) Another big bird
    ; Thursday: 10:00 School make that comes here in its winter
    : a.m.-Sunday well. What could he do to
    I 1:30: p.m.-Preyer and Bode ST. MAKOABErS CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship the picture a little different migration Is the white pelican
    I Study. Father Robert A. Hostler Wednesday: The man whose interests run which has the states of Washington .

    Friday: ':00 a.m.-Sunday Mass. 7:00: p.m.Prayer Meeting. from flowers to birds, from and Oregon for permanent '
    I 4:00: P.DX-Royal Ranferi lot 7:00 a.nu-Dally Weekday Mass Saturday: warm blood Sdanlmalsto addresses.

    1 i B 1I. 7:00 a.m.-First Friday Mass. 7:00: p.mYouth Meeting.i snakes immediately began to Bird watchers consider It a
    poke around in the tall grass successful: day if they spot the
    ;1 This Weekly Church Feature la Sponsored By The Following: that covers the dike. He was smooth billed anl. Black with '
    : looking for a pygmy rattlesnake a parrot-like bill it came here : Inn
    i; I. Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson' Inc. which he planned to catch and from its native West Indies only
    I I hold in his hand to add a little recently.
    Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Hoc bizarre Interest to the photog The most gorgeous birds in

    I Phone MM raph. Luckily, perhaps he Florida, Espenlaub says, are
    i find the native male wood duck,
    Clewiston Federal didn't on* Cocktail Hour
    Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture The mere mention of'' some which has every color of the
    I.I Phone M90I SAVINGS LOAN ASSVRoyal's product of nature starts George rainbow and then some,'and the
    Store. .off on a new tangent and so at purple galllnule, which is a light
    i Pridgen.CitiesService Inc. this point he told about snakes purple with white forehead and
    i i "Ifs Zaay: to Pay ..;. the'big ones and the little red bill
    I l. Th* Glddcns Way" ones he has caught The man-o-war bird which beginning September 1 17 1964; at the

    ,. "I would much rather grab a frequents the lower coast of
    I II : A'' big rattler than a pygmy" he Florida has a seven-foot wingspread -

    I: I 9 h' r.... i said "You can get a good holdon weighs only four pounds
    ..f' a big one and he is not so and can glide through the air

    I, I t' .f'ilo" .i', likely to bite you. A pygmy, all day without landing. It Is anaerodynamics Clewiston Inn Lounge
    however, is a deadly critter and expert.
    being so small he Is much more Another bird that has piquedthe
    J difficult to catch. They are Imagination of bird lovers is
    'lJI!, i"" quick as a flash, too, but I've the African cattle egret which
    fW7, 5:30 P. M. 7:00 P. M.
    : caught lots of them in my day." flew here from North Africa. f : :
    1 Espenlaub says approximately Spain and Morocco in recent
    4r ISO species of birds live ,..r- years. They walk with the cattle

    round In Florida and they are and eat the grasshoppers (daily! except Saturday and Sunday)
    Joined by 50 more migrants and other insects that the cattle
    when the cold winds blow up stir up as they graze. Sometimes "
    north. His mental primer outlined the egrets ride on the
    .# that the red wing blackbird backs of their hosts. "SPECIAL PRICES"
    ( is the most common bird Espenlaub Is looking forwardto

    r + ( in this area, with the boat tan the coming bird-watcher sea ,
    grackle a close second. son. H* will be transporting Au-
    The rarest bird in the Everglades dubon Society groups through
    I is the kite, according to the swamps and hammocks the .
    George, and it II rapidly dlsap- birds love so well Many of his
    passengers will hive a wide

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    Fuller's FolliesBy Thursday, September 9, 1984 '

    CLASSIF.IID ADS Washington DC You haveto
    really be somebody to get Harlem News
    your own Zip Code number. .
    Last year Santa daus got y '
    one Now Smokey, our national A

    RTES; T o u r FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. LOSE WEIGHT safely with FOR SALE-lt' Inboard Cabin fire-prevention bear has been News of Our Colored Community j I

    per laserti0a 79 One block from grade acbooLS800 Dex-A-Diet tablets. Only Moat Cruiser, 70 H.P. Universal given one Ira 20252. MRS. JANIE 8. QAJADHA Colored New Editor f
    down. No Engine Head, will take trade Bob Overholt'sTrailer e '
    closing cost your drug store SepU7p Phone YU 27031WILLIE : I
    ssr-s. W. D.-lOng. See George Landers TV ft Radio Sales 20 years ago I said that the !

    SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom Service Center. YU 3.1721.ltp Army is for the birds The ,;
    y jken 3-1201 TWO S-FOOT LOTS ON LAKE made Complete line of New and U4 Army has waited until now to Mitchell. Decalogue, Mil Carolyn 1 '
    ONE and Missionary sentencei. -
    JUNE for sate, 13,750 each drapery and slip cover fabrics. 515 Centred ATMO com to the same nclullon.A Polk
    _. whose names p< Terms 1/3 down Phone Lake Free estimates. $174,472 contract has been Mill Linda Matiock
    Can YU 2-5831. SALE Mobile Dome. Used Phone YU 3-1831
    ads lined Mr
    y the +* tCryan Placid HO 1I3S. tic Van Gotham's Custom Furnitureand 1961 immaculate 2 bedrooms, signed with the General Atron- Hymn No by

    V. tck u ion peaea l..tre, Upholstery tfe kitchen dining! room completely ics Corp. to study the feasibilityof Guest George Speaker for the evening I
    REAL ESTATE fOR RENT furnished and set-up on lot. using trained birds for reconnaissance. Johnson
    Miss Evelyn
    peatd 84,350. for '
    Financing arranged
    theatre'Paean must beUI Very Best Work qualified buyers Models open EDWARDSPlumbing This ought to set modern warfare Offering Michael Qulntine and ,

    he before Wedoer FOR RENT Three room mod We Save You Money dally 9 to 9. Sunday after church Repair back 100 years. From antl- h Willie Lee Belvin will ; I
    ern apartment, everything Plastering, Simulated Stone OewUton Trailer Sales phone U-2 Mlssle back to shotguns.Dlckk The activities of the day
    furnished except utilities. YU Stucco-Free Estimate YU 2-2661. tf( Replaeementa.Installations. e e long be remembered ai spiritual '
    2-6621. 31S N. Francisco. educational and inspira I
    Licensed and Insured Jennings of the Cort- I 1
    tic 23 Years In Business FOR SALE On. ofrice desk!:, land Line Co. should win the tional. Encouraging remarks

    W1 ESTAT[ fOR' 14 t I Ia FOR RENT-One and two bed- 3850 Lori Street formica, also student's desk Trouble Shooting Fish Story Trophy of the century. were< given by the pastor 'I

    room trailers, also large. Fort Myers, Fla. tic secretary chair, and two ,"no,. "Septic Tank A He claim this happened MeeUoa'I'I
    OR TRADE-1964. shady spaces. City sewerage.No ED 7-Oin or OX 4-2874 chair. Double A Roofing Co. while fishing over an artificial Personal '
    SALE and half Sugarland Highway, YU Specialty reef in the Gulf of Mexico: Mr. Isaac \ ; I
    one pets dewlaton Trailer Park 11W.Uc
    bedroom) Asking FOR PROMPT. QUALITY repair Call YU 2-6711 'My partner hooked a fat Island Ga. i* visiting with his .. I
    trailer YU 2-2661. tic
    aft! Ha.,W Boxgope ) service, take your car to 325 E. Ventura fish which got into the old car alter, Mri. Cassia Hardy and "1 '
    Cost 15800 996-5 FOB BENT On. bedreom friendly Jim Maxham. service H. C Jones that were used to build the family :.1 j i
    Glade, 26.SepUOp house. ,Phone YU 26881. tie manager at Chuck Well Motor reef. Cal couldn't bring him In. Frank
    Co. or phone YU 24501. FOR SALE Parakeets S2.00 he asked a skin diver with Mrs. Claretha Brown I
    THAN RENT up Mynah birds, African lovebirds so down and get Beckton and their children Ch'1' '1
    GREATER FOR -Put mined cabins SeplOcmistellan.eous FOR SALE2.bedrooms a spear gun to go .
    D acreag.*. and trailers. Johuon FishingCamp. monkey, cages, supplies.Pet the fish. cago. Ill, spent a few day In
    booms '1!
    lor '
    Wild dewlston with their mother
    boarding Thompson
    customer YU 2-1181. tie "The diver returned empty
    0*LIlt. W JOur. have property with3L for I a'e' Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- I-bath handed. 'Couldn't hit him Cal Miss Willie B. Warren, daughter Mrs. Cassle Hardy and family. I,:

    et Beardiley. Ph. YU Bryl D. Ingram 1236. tfe asked 'No,' replied the diver. of Mr. and Mr. William The many friends of Mrs. Cassia I

    Uo TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS: or FOR SALE-18-ft. plywood boat FOR SALlir-PtyrtI] envelopes, North of Sugar- Every Urn I got a bead *on" Warren her been visiting our Hardy regret very much to
    and him, he'd roll the window up. city since the past winter. She hear that she continues on the I
    trailer space for rent FairGrounds trailer. 25 HP all electric printed with form for social: land .
    war the house guest of her sister lick list We lend "Get Well
    Joe M Han Trailer Park Phone motor. 1960 Weed-proof. security; withholding and other c'Wishes"
    S250. Anka Lodge, Lakeport. deductions: shut of MO. dtwlstoo Merlda. Mexico Just one Mr*. Annie Mae Ford and her way for an early j
    ESTATE 2-3044. tic SepUp News otticv U DADEMONROEREALTY bird cost Pan American Airway family While here, she war recover Mrs. Hardy Is a Vp1, ,
    ZEAL NEW APARTMENTS-One and $150,000. very active In church and civic member of New Bethel A.M.E.
    jjSSDS-3 oedroom fume.Immaculate. two bedroom Alrcondlttoned. FOR SALE One female, one J. F, Howell One of the huge 3 Jet airliner activities. She U 1962 honorgraduate Church and is a faithful mem'I
    male dachshund wa taking off when a buzzard RCTS Board. ':
    tidied. puppies two of the High ber of the Stewardess :
    Call YU 2-6673. tic 2t W. YU I-2J41
    jiBSD2 bedroom tram, month old. One male black ALL MAKES: H" USED TVS 8af arUnd. was lucked into one of the engines. School: Columbus, Ga. We wish ": ,

    IM.jjjG. FOR ItENT-Trailers and Trailer registered dachshund, IS month E:T S. Guaranteed HIM The plane had to make her much success. Neiee Frees District XL :
    Royal Palm Trailer old. Call YU 3-3881. down. 814.IM per month LAKE an emergency landing. Result- Fla. State Teaehera' A***. 1
    u available. spaces APPLIANCE: CO YU 37151. tic Harlem Academy begin Its Association held its meetIng \ I
    2-BEDROOM. Park. Phone YU 2-2603, tic SeptlOp Glades Roofing Co. two tire blew out paasangers The : .
    OR NEW Hardwood AD "Types *f Beef as* had to be put up in a hotel a first day of school for the termof bastThursday. Aug 26. at .J I
    ,4 frame home. FOR .RENT 3 and 2 room furnished \ FOR SALE Two step> table Sheet Metal We* new engine wa Installed 'and 1964-65 with a full staff August the Roosevelt High School. West }

    In Broward.lia apartment Phone 2- YU 24843. Itc ,l LOSHN&I I FOUND.I I New CeaXnetfea e* there' was quite a loss of operating 31, 1964. Palm Beach. I
    fBA HOMES 1271. tic time. The teachers are as follows: ThemeCharting The Future
    and Dade couni FOR SALE-Couch and chair Repair Jebs '; t
    Beach e Mrs L. F. Smith first grade Of FSTA By Assuming Our 9
    i sal size and price FOR RENT 2 bedroom trailer table, and two matching LOST Boston Bull Terrier, Phone 2-7111 New York The Population Mrs B. M. Orso first grid Professional Responsibilities.The :,
    chair New male, black and white tinged
    J cash paymentI with large room added Phone stove used only 1 Named Sam. Calvin Day ec Erealnn Reference Bureau is trying to Mrs T. J. Sandert-fecond grade day wa spent in registration I ;
    RENT Efficiencies and YU 2-3252., tie month. Phone 3-2081 after 1:00.Sepuop: Swindle gray., YU 2-2291. P. 0. Be*: 1241 find a solution to our population Mr. D. W. Hill-second grade Business Sessions, d

    MM u available. tic CLEWISTON' FIX explosion problem. Mr..M. R. McCray-thlrd grade Lunch Department Meetings.
    ,1,000 rant iota to(elect HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE FOR SALE!: 1 portable TV. The latest hot idea was to Mr. V. R. Rawls-thlrd grade Counties included in this association .>: I

    fcr sQ purpose Various Clyde Hatfleld. YU 3-3044, Zenith one red love seat. Call send lots of people Into spaceonto Mr. B. S. Bobo-fourth grade are, Glades Hendry. Indian
    M.Terms Fairgrounds Trailer Park. YU 2-5401. ue i Other planets. Mr. W. L. Davis-fourth grade River Martin Okeecho- '
    nsmm AND INCOME Au(20-27c Sewing Machine They now say this may be impractical Mr. L. E. Welters-fiith grade bee, Palm Beach and St Lucle ,' !

    MPERTY. FOR RENT House trailer 3 FOR SALE-Used living room I Y "In order to keep Mr. H. L. McKlre-flfth grade The faculty of Harlem Academy .

    I MONTHLY RENTAL. Rent miles West of Clewlston. Suitable and dining room furniture. Repairs earth' population stationary, Mr. W. L. Falrley-ilxth grade was In attendance at this meet- I
    CBS construction, 125,000. for couple. YU Call Foy Durrence. YU 2-1461.: WILL TRADE lota er acreage we'd have to shoot ',OlIO people Mr. 1.. T. Henderson-sixth grade lag ,
    20251.tic Ito SINGERSales hour," the bureau Mr. A. E. G. ThomasEnglishMrs.
    JS TERM, low interest, for good Lake lot to build a aloft every invited i
    The General Public is ;
    M. I. Black Science
    in Lake Placid. Sill
    inn, cue, grove and ranch FOR SALE-Uprlght piano 1100. on to attend the inspirational address
    Service Mr. J. 1. MorganCommercialEducation
    FOR RENT-Small house. Furnished Blum, 3850 Lora St., Ft Myers, --
    minimum $50,000.USTCBGS Recently reconditioned. Can and sto'-i
    pfM for the faculty
    A british
    unfurnished, $35 tfeAPPRENTICESHIP York, England '
    NEEDED or be seen at 712 Cortex St. YU 3- Fla. Parts RentalsBrand delivered ;;
    month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 driving expert: says some worn Mr. Sylvester Humphrey. Jr. dents which. Is to be ,'-
    per '
    ). It IANKFORDbe EL Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson 2411. tic new touch and sew en wear their girdles and brasso Swimming & Social Studies by Dr. E. C. TIllman. West ,,8 \.

    ltd Estate Broker tic 'FOR SALE!: Eight foot glass ''HELP ,WANTED/I MEN machine on display at tight that they're a menace Mrs Janle T. Watts-Home Economics Palm Beach Florida Septem : r
    a bit Sugarland Highway sliding door. Two four foot CARITHERS RADIO TV behind the wheel. 1* a new Instructor ber 4. 1964 at 11:00: AM. in the .

    fit, Auto and General sections complete with track. Glade Merchantile Co. Auth He said that many of the who has come to u* from Harlem Academy Gymnatorlum. .,
    Insurance ANNOUNCEMENTS t MISC Like new Phone YU 2-7771. OPEN-for prized! Singer agent la lIoN women can hardly breathe andmany Florida A. & M. University, Dr. E. C. TUlman received '( I IhIJ

    ilitai.ni. Ph. YU 3-31$1 Sept24c local young man High School very Saturday. Please call more cannot (relax. Tallahassee, FloridaMr. B. S. degree in psychology p
    graduate to learn machinist' YU 24441 or come In 108 C, A. Burrows-Social: Studies form Howard University', Washington I

    I SALE-I bedroom house BATON LESSONS beginningIn FOR SALE Maple finished trade Excellent opportunity.Start ) ; Bond Street tic Vets Info ServiceBy & Physical EducationMrs. D-C.. also his Dr. of divinity I l ,
    L H. Crawford. YU 24031. Sept. Janet Adams. YU 3- youth bed. mattress and at government minimum G. Harris Dtvls-Sclence\ degree from the same

    tic 1572. Sep p springs. Good condition 120. wage. Stockman' Sept24e FRANK E. VELTRE Physical EducationMr. University He served as min 'i M'M'bter s'

    Call YU 2-7501 from U. After FOB SALE! County: Service Officer W. J. Chamber General to agricultural farm workers t ,y I'!'

    5 call YU 2-1751. tic WHAT A BARGAIN "More Pensioners Take Advantage Music Band came to u* in south Florida, and New
    Yard Jockey: : "How come Comparativelynew of 86-211 Rates" from Phenix City Alabamaand Jersey (II) year, Served a* officer fi I .
    REGISTERED CITRUS TREES your litter married such a halfwit 3-bedroom Veterans and the widows of has previous experience of the U.S. Navy reserved J
    [ Business Directory FOR SALE-Ready to '0, J. ?" veterans receiving veterans administration teaching in North Carolina in World II. was appointed by I'' ;

    M. TomUiuon, Ona, Fla. Phone Over the Road driver "Oh, pensions under the and 1* a graduate of Fla. A. Gov. Leroy Collins In 1960 to t t I
    RE 5-2786 tic CBSA j
    It'. pretty obvious. She' such provisions of th. old law are & M. University Tallahassee, served on the Bi-Raclal Com- '
    John W. Drake and Inveterate bargain hunter showing increased interest In Florida mltte of the stat of Florida I

    !HNSON CARS GOULD BROS. that she Just couldn't resist any. very good buy I the new pension system thatwent Mr. Eddie Kllpatrick-Matbema- was appointed by the late preii- ; r ; .'
    FOR SALE-45 Ft House Trail. thing that's 50 per cent off I" nB YU Mill into effect July, 11180. M. tics, came to us with a won- dent John F.: Kennedy to serve I'
    Nap bat 112, Berth PAINT STORE era Two bedroom with two In the Florida Executive Civil
    T. Dixon, director Florida Department derful background of Math, on t
    "tnispcitaUon for your room added on. Two SO'xlU' "Mobutu or Lumumba J. M. Lankford of Veteran Affair, the armed service!, Washington Rights Committee. He her been I

    money Uceae4 Ceatraeter haired lots. Fenced ttSOO. See George. "I .said take me to your leader Beg. Real Estate linker aid today. D.C. also, a graduate of pastor of Mont Bethel Baptist '
    Ui doe of Miami nEB ESTIMATES: Lander TV It Radio Service !" answered the baL "We'll In the first?three month of 'Florida A. & M. University, Church In Daytona Beach nine 'i
    Center. YU 2-1221. ltp dance later." 1M4 more than 4,000 of these TaUahu_, Florida year He 1 1. the only negro' at- :\4 k

    Tur Nee DealerICARITHERS ally Sogariaad Hwy. pensioner elected to receive The General enrollment for the present serving on the migrant It

    their pension under the new the first day wa a little low committee and has served if t
    .. .. YD 1-2111
    FRANK DENMEAD Realtor law. This compared with less this time but will pick up (Gen. on many civic and political and t

    For SALE. than 3.500 such elections in the Tempo by the end of the first nationwide committee.
    WIG and TV first three months of 1963 or an month.) With your cooperation
    is now associated with increase f 161 per cent. w* trust we will have. a wonder -11 11Sk
    This Ii more significant sine ful school year.
    Johnson Cars
    Bdt 108 Bond Et AppliancesSalesService GEORGE LEWIS Inc. 2i/2 Acres there were more than 1,193,000old Thank You
    law pensioners in January A. A. Thomas. Rood 832 South i
    foot YU 24441 1863. and less than 1,183,000 in Principal '* t
    5 Acres January 1964. Dixon aid the Most transportation for your ,

    CLEWISTONIRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION General Real Estate I old pension law grants a Oat Mkalooary Neon money thin side! of Micron 1 ;
    The Missionary Board of New ;
    and certain
    269 So. County Rd. Palm Beach, Fla., 25 Acres rate Income pension limit. The set new law Bethel A.M.E. Church conductedthe r
    SALES service last Sunday, Aug.
    raised these Income limits l
    Phone TE 2-0523 30. Service began at 10:53 a* ;ii. /
    and set scaleso
    slightly a
    New & Used YU 33101BENDaY House & 2 Acres that a greater pension payment usual Mrs Luella McCray was Julia's

    ts 21 E. YU 22661WALDRON'S Inquiries regarding Clewiston area prop went to those with lesser pianist Responsive reading, Beauty Nook 'j
    Mr. Grace she ..110"V' .
    Collins I
    COUNTY erty will be appreciated. Call W. Palm income the invocation. FOR THAT NEW LOOK

    Title & Abstract Co. Beach collect. Branch office in Clewiston .. 'pension All persons roll en coming or after on July the Scripture Lesson Mr. D. B. Tinting, Styling.Friday Cutting and, No I I t

    Till AHtnet8-Tla. t>swa.MPabllo 1. 1960 must Dixon said, receive Hill Appointment t
    "WS AND GROCERIES RtesegrapberPIe4e..Pyfag will be open Sept. 1st Thank you I pension under the new Missionary Sentenced Mrs. Saturday ip:; k I I14e.
    lee DupUoittag DadeMonroeRealty M. I. Black announcements Fee Wermsdw CaD 24412 \ i !
    'tm.to law. Those already the rolls
    I on
    p m., Bridge Bt aid Fark Are Mr. Alma George and hymn JiIU Sato*, afeprtotee- t i iI
    that date have the
    II to p.m. LaBene. Fto.' P. O. Bes <4< on under privilegeof for the morning were lined by !
    MM remaining the old law
    OKanre Mr*. Luclle WUson and Mr.
    81 Days a Week or of electing to receive pension I

    '"BD EVERY TUESDAY) ATTENTION! 20* W. Sagariand Highway under the new law. Atha* were Mathl rendered. Special by selection the I Harlem Club 1
    YD 2-2141 OewWoa For further information; DIK-:
    re EVINRUDESales choir Favorite Mixed Drlmks.Fried I
    tau ref on suggests tee vet
    Moment and Ranchers you your
    kn1ea Farmers, Cane Growers er.n.' county service officer. Introduction of Speaker Mr. Chicken and: other Fish Sandwiches Hamburger i
    M. I. Black
    lmea East of CewiatoD and ServiceNew THE FUTURE AND Recorded: Music ',
    Bart Beach LOOK TO Speaker Mr. Juanlta D. Popular Bands .t tHr.

    a4 Used Ketan WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING Lewis, high school Instructor sad Mn. WU Wattaee '''IITnlrldeea 'I i
    from MacdenyFla.
    bon Cattlemen HarID..reParia The demand Offering .- Mrs. T. J. Sander
    sad AeceaserleaKarisM for fat
    and Mr. D. B. Rill
    h M A lAw Cert: Farm Mertgare
    4r, eer.Sdate Safety KvdpveatFkeaw FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN Presentation of visitor Mr*.

    his khl., with,, a ha sron YCkM 24811 WDI Famish. Cash T* and stocker C. Reddlck H ton'* Grocery

    rates, debts.Finane At the evening service Scrip h Mats.
    BeMoane Grocer. F r s i
    R.. E. WALDRONFor Eaton taprrrememta, new VaflABg. ,..' cattle is heavy turf sentence were read by Vegetable*. Co-'d Drinks. Eeential -
    Fej Land Bank chase wfad iiaeklae aid kastan 1ntIa....... Mis Bernle Sims, Hymn lIDo Items

    AaaM .ta pvehas et a farm, grave er raswk.rorekase Buy only the ed by Michael Quintlne. The We appreciate: your patroo- ,
    w It Write prompt. Efficient Mere .laid.e evening prayer was offeredby Zfr '
    W. Be MAy Bom delivery Provide eavitel! fade. fcr lie fam eaUrprUe.' .- cattle you want Mr. Mary Mcdendon. 111r red PretrIeten Tlsre .s Wass I'

    or TEE MIAMI HERALD ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Scripture lesion, Miss Katie I I' ,

    :.. yeleaaBnag g HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES: i ,I II

    """",--- .e. Call Bobby Gidcl-u L Lewer payment i I I ',

    YO2-1U1' 2. LMfer term <*P U 21 yean). J. ,.'. ,
    2. Dependabte aervtee serveS afrieoltve Metaafrelyaoee Elite Cafe and I ,
    Electric 1117)). -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. l'

    4. Fan prepayMeat privileges wtthert peaatty.f. NEW LOCATION f
    -II Clatraedq&II AJPIIueeeII Tampa Tribune Lean serrlo kr Meal people faaaDiar with heal tgrtIf Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets ,

    -.. ..... ... 11321ATHCOCK a4 w*n1 ea*fto be el serrte to yea plea** write er ..... Horn I Cooked Food. Sandwiches Cold Drinks CandU. 111 I 11

    """'---- Ft. Myers W. B. MAY. )fgtg er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Asa*. Mgr. Cookies and loe Cream H I

    75E News Press Federal Land Bank, Associationof GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Exclusive''Service with Atmosphere a smile '.. ':,I 1\1I\111 I''

    --4"..... > : Hams Delivery .. Don'k forget! to purchwe a Clew ton Newt ;" .

    rte'noy IEaVICE W. 0. CAMPBELL Bradenton ...... WY Nnt ..... Clad. Fie .: I
    YUkon 27651.11' I
    II ALl. Phonon 2-271 BBAOmTQU.' n.&.
    '" amioeonT rHONKl: T43-2M1

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    I day enrollment at his school to of
    .ah I THE CLEWISTON NEWS OtwUton Florida area. Wide swinging doors ad- along Its transmission lines r : \'" talled G S but that he expectedIt extend Mexico 411 feet deep
    mit one to a long spacious The pressure In this can .Is TtwI., .' < rP A. Wand t to ,
    Thursday. September I. IMt rt l Jct. SA to to around too In from about CIIIe
    and by voltage. ? l U.3. 19
    room with dancing girls provided it the days ahead. blgb1flf
    western gunmen painted on the The power comes to Oewls- f ,>' The enrollment by grades at across Gahaan the WllblacOOchee
    It was pointed out. Present Induction walla. There la a piano, a TV Glades Harlem follows Dredging
    ton over the lines of the was at : Grade New ,
    Selective service age Is 21-22. depending set and a bar on th. furthe Coop pushed by the tremendous 1-47; 2-11; S- l.; <4-611< t 5-32.; on the City Yla. lows
    ( on calls from the Defense Department end and battered tables rim the force of 254.000 volts, The voltage 6-47; 7-48.; 8-42.; ft-35; 10- miles of contract for dre.j i
    dance floor Will Wallace the the
    .Is fed Into three transformers 29; 11.24; 12-8. Total 495. wIth Kis.lmmee; n!
    and his wife said they bid or
    must owner 41,9U
    registration and nine voltage regulatorsat .SOo,
    not witnesses to the Sun- compared with
    were the
    Negro youth slain day night shooting, being somewhere the sugar mill substation estimate of $2,89Laeve
    \ where the voltage is reduced to
    !\I i for 18yearoldsYoung (Continued from Page 1)) out of sight They dicta 33,000 for distribution over the Moore Haven Southernpart or Ibe Cenlrai
    even see Wagner when he staggered four feeder lines It then la further FlOOd Go
    i sifted they didn't know what the length of the room, reduced to 4160 volts by the /'b proJect
    turning 11
    tr' men year motive lay bailed the shooting down the dusty, dancewornfloor pole transformers for dlstrlbu. Firm low It Is estimated
    :, of age must register with the on that
    to the with bulletin It
    piccolo a
    Selective Service System within A clue to the motive, how tion to homes, stores, factoriesand take about two v
    I ever, might be found In the his chest, they said. other outlets plete' the to
    i! d five days after their 18th birthdays cross state
    work records of the two men. much pm Ja
    James E. Beardsley. Secretary The widow hopes to take Wagner canal biddingReynolds of which will be loo
    Both worked for the Drainage virgin
    I of Local Board 42. In the 's body back to Selma, Ala ,' land

    Nlckell Bldg- Clewiston. has Corporation Department, of Wagner the U.S.for nearly Sugar bama, their home town. Charles Holleyis and Smith of Moore

    t announced. five years He was known as an l Haven apparently la low bidderfor

    H*H The secretary said some energetic man. Alexander had East side greeted hereThe the contract to dredge nine Blaze damages
    '( young men were under the erroneous worked In the same departmentfor powerContinued and one-half miles of the cross-
    a I ;; belief that they may about a month and then laid niP Safety Officer Whiter KnnUon of Bradenton fills eat Florida barge canal, making an deputy's
    ,, ; register anytime within their off ( from Page 1)) Supreme Court decision '-Iafet, check forms" on Hendry County school buses as offer that was more than a mil auto
    I'\. r Uth yearFor that population should be the Clewliton Troopers Lou Tjrdlnis and Dave Tomllnson look en. lion dollars under the> government The
    4 The Is system comes out of this Each bus Individually cheeked and minor deHclenelee private
    Mh: t the convenience of registrants story that Wagner was basis for legislative apportionment was estimate, Deputy autolDob11e
    asked few to corrected before making their Initial 1964-65 cone Monday Sheriff G D.
    a days pick ,
    in Glades County they ago Under Quinton, the four man does not make It manaa Staff Photo The firm was the lowest of 11 was badly burned
    l } may register with Mrs. Miriam up another hand for the department crew of a year ago has been tory that the states "go along"In bidders at $1875590 Government at the rear of his IS It
    ,I. A. Ford at the courthouse in but that instead of selecting expanded to a ID-man crew in the opinion of Charles R. Hoi engineers had estimated the Baptist Church holDS e
    ;.3 Moore Haven, and residents of Alexander he brought in ley, Republican candidate for new taxes." he continued, "If ill Bar!,
    order to take'care of the additional School bands $3259070 Second In ,the bidding at 1:30: a.m Sunday
    someone else. This has been cited cut down on the waste get may
    J we !
    governor of.J'JorIda who a
    ; Bendry County may registerwith work A new bucket truck, was disclosed this week, was The ClewiDepartment
    ,I as a possible source of the As for civil rights Holley advocates Volunteer y
    visitor here last
    Mrs Vicki Wegscheld in has Monday
    which a winch, post hole the Hendry Corp of Tampa, at
    killer and it Is b tequal" smothered
    supported the "separate t ti
    'I : the county Judge s office at La- borer and bucket from which $2.2 million Some bidsrangedas blaze but
    by the word of witnesses who The candidate, who is minor approach. He said he cash donationsSugarland not before It bad CIO,
    t Belle workmen can work :33 or 14.2 million. pleteiy
    some high as gutted the
    ity leader of the Florida Houseof i Insider
    }\ say that Alexander accused was unalterably opposed to enforced ,
    I Late registrations among 37 feet In the air, has been The canal will cross the state 1960 Chrysler
    Wagner of causing him to lose Representatives, said his segregation and that it students' Saratoga T
    i Florida youth turning IS seriously purchased for 12000. A new Band : 107 miles from Palatka to Yan- cause of the
    his Job Just before he slapped own view was that the members the duty of the governorto was M 4
    hamper Selective Service also was work campaign to raise money,
    ; pick-up truck\ has been keetown after following the St. ermined.
    him. Then, too the fires of hatred of the senate be elected
    keep the peace, the primary
    operations aimed at helping and which the U.S. Sugar Corpora*
    "J bought expanded John's River from its mouth Rogers said
    have been fed geographically, for each his wife ,
    might by a one responsibility for police work
    i them and the nation, State Selective W1 woke room for a tion has volunteered to match, east of Jacksonville to Palatka. parked the
    car and
    half pint of bourbon Alexanderis county and that the house being left to the sheriffs tto ,
    Service Director CoL side benefits.
    has brought
    room The dredging will start four turned 10
    supposed to have been working seating be based on population Holley was critical of Haydon later to Ei
    ; Harold C, Wall, said recently. A new system has been 'put miles off shore, where the Gulf it on fireFinal .
    More than one out of three of on as he waited in the bar Into effect whereby an emergency "There Is no indication that Burns, the Democratic candidate The bands at LaBelle High
    1 I 3,937 Florida men registered in before Wagner arrived. crew is on deck 24 hours the 'Florida legislature will enforce who, he said claimed to School and Harlem Academy
    failed to do within the this ruling of the Supreme be a political conservative but as well as Clewiston, have received -
    j July so There was some talk about a day and Quinton said that residents
    i Court. he said,. "and I don't who, in reality, "is a political cash donations from
    five-day limit. Wall said Of the calling off the dance at the Harlem having power difficulties A /1im LhIER.'S'
    think the legislature has to. The opportunist who at one time Is Alice Land Development Com- fMtPt
    late registrants only 27 were declared Bar but it wu decided that should call the police to get service rilt
    'I, wilfully delinquent by local the show must go on The crowd from this crew. system I advocate works for one thing and another time another pany, ($100 to each school), anda '
    boards Late registrants declared was a little thinner than usual For those Interested in the the federal government and Idon't depending on the climateof like donation from another t M 1RE MoaB'1 Y01T 11r01t Itlqtr
    know any reason why It the moment. I dont think business. firm with Interests in
    "delinquent" are subject but everybody seemed to b*.> functions of the various components
    ," to possible early Induction having a good time of a power system such wouldn't work in the states," that a man who vacillates as the county which asks to re- *

    I M into the armed forces The Harlem Bar' Is the hub as Is being Installed here, the Holley also expounded on he does should be governor of main anonymous
    ; Examination of lIIearnlds'I of nightlife in Harlem. The pink following may be enlightening. taxes, laying he was against all Florida." The Sugarland Band of Clew

    does not mean Immediate In- stucco building sits Just on the Electricity, somewhat like water new taxes and all Increases in Holley .said his three major iston High School embarked ona
    r! lustion Into ,the armed force perimeter of the residential needs pressure to force it taxes "There is no need forL assets as one who wants to become $10,000 fund raising project.
    J The U,S. Sugar Corp volunteered ,
    the first Republican ever
    to match all funds receivedon
    elected governor of Florida, the. band campaign, and to INCOMPARABLE
    were experience in the state match doubly all funds earnedby
    L personal and
    government political
    the band students: themselves
    integrity, and sound political .

    philosophy This has been a. summer of L :: jnN

    The candidate arrived in window-washing., ''fruit picking, e

    Clewiston at 3 p.m. and stayed church-Janitor ing, and what- BEACH
    overnlht at the Clewiston Inn. have-youT Students have been r
    JHJ1 During the time he was here working under direction -of Mon! !
    he met many residents. With adults, and have performed admirably
    one of his aides he strolled the according to reports Directly on ilue 0:an.band new mci 6raut uEE
    : : streets stopping off In places of The above,donations will go 53 Motif. EfCi.-a eci Aoarlmwh
    j fogs
    business to shake hands and to the cause of band expansion, e 100% tiroouitirnt .. a r, L S; mmef
    1 j ..;I'I' chat. The party left early Tuesday new Instruments and uniforms 5hufflebalid 9 t .n Cfs Slot
    morning for Moore Haven e Lounge Firnrtd L.. N ,, Outbrr
    where they planned to meet Amwica: L' ..:. ,. .3 rc. fwrit.
    Schools enroll'
    I people of that city at the post .forZS1.e .a is +ture; ;
    I I office before continuing on their ':ciSl s, .?,
    (Continued from Page 1)
    state-wide tour,
    I -
    u enter the six grades in her
    I lit"I a school, said she had been too 'tL'As'a"
    ; ,. ts ja Little damageto busy to count those that arrived CORCRESS r '
    : "'-
    I"" } ; the first day.Principal Y a '
    A. A. Thomas of
    Harlem Academy said the first '
    I sugar crop wr

    f fI 40 I Ie
    = Hurricane Cleo did only minor -

    I damage to the sugar crop in
    = the Clewiston area.
    John B. Boy, executive vice
    president of the US Sugar
    'Corporation, said there was
    I some shedding of leaves by the Sale.!

    ':Jilgh winds but that these leaves
    would grow back.
    1/1 Major damage from hurricanes
    s usually Is the twisting and
    1 breaking action of wind but
    there was little if any of this on
    / : e the part of Cleo. Here They Go
    Another major cause of loss

    r :lass been the inundating of the

    j cane cause for it a to period sprout long Cleo enoughto however Now is your chance to really' save money

    jr was the driest storm In
    \ There was some flattening of '

    , the cane according to Boy but '. Only 9 n
    this does not destroy It. What
    !f little damage occurred 'took {
    J place on the edges.of the fields.
    NewChevrolets : f'

    .j Labor Day is ,

    H1"L..j: k'/M: general holidayNext & Pontiacs

    \ Monday will be observedas "

    1 a general holiday, and stores. Left ,
    ? and offices will not be open"

    .School will not be In session,

    ; : J\N\ will and remain banks and closed.other business Several ,with air conditioning.

    There will be no mall delivery
    ]11 +a. except In Post Office boxes
    Outgoing and looming mail
    s ) will be handled as usual, but Only 4Demonstrators
    the office will remain closed
    I from noon Saturday until Tuesday
    'II Want ; morning. Left

    Relax-Fine! What You The to City meet Commission on Monday scheduled evening -

    "l will postpone its meeting
    until Thursday Sept 10 at 8 Low-Low Down Payments 36 Months Financing

    :T j *.na. By reading and using Want Ads 'planned p.m Sugar There is for now no Labor local grown Day celebration Easy GMAC Terms


    l'f,".."."",;.:.*"., Do you know' of an easier way to ,shop or sell? When you make our Want Ads. in Collier county Open evenings till 9:00 p.m.

    1'*your marketplace, all you doi: |place your ad and wait for the phone to ring (and ring, Collier business County"in a is small In the way sugar ; .

    ti I I' '"t' it will), or sit back and enjoy reading 4i the Want Ads, then phone for an appointment ,lays Prospects County Agent for a Don 20000 Lander acre For your convenienceChuck"

    : to see the advertised items. Want Ada do the work-and quickly 1 ,'/ min crop! are and at a least sugar another processing: year "

    ,away, he said, but the county
    't 1.l ;: TELEPHONE YU 3-1201, TODAYI has The made project its start is proving highly Wells Motor Co., I Inc

    satisfactory, the agent says,
    : with taste tests showing a sugar Your
    t only authorized Pontiac
    : content in the young crop. Chevrolet Olds.
    Weeds have been a problembut ,

    ,: .: THE CLEWISTON NEWS ,Is estimated where they the are production controlled will It Dealer in Clewiston

    reach 45 to 50 tons per acre 202 W. Sugarland f1a.i .
    Clew ton,
    .considerably above an early estimate '
    of 25 to SO tons.