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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 33 NUMBER 41 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10.



I As Agent County Frank Polhlll ten. an outstanding Agent Job as county Cane Harvest To

CountY
resignation to the county agent"

'rnmtssloners red his Tuesday, effective District Agent K. S. McMullen I I

J replacement can be secur- Joined in the regret at losing Pol--
lie lIa "I am very hill and wrote
He told the board the commissioners
reclatlve of the loyal support "We regret that Mr PolhUl will Start October 28The I

confidence which you haveprogram 'resign as your County Agent, this
tbeagrtcultursl Is a big loss to the Agricultural
In
:TIll personally during my Extension Service. Maybe the loss IIMr
11\\ me less than normal the eastern division
United
of ;
will harvest
county alent. ThIs plead not be as great to Hendry sugar
I aura as individually and county since he and his' family States Sugar Corporation will starton I is 10 Inches deficient and
I relationship as a board, bas plan to continue to live with you Monday, October 28th, weather the western area, which centers in
.. 1 with other factors "You now have adult and 4-H permitting. said H. T. Vaughn, president Clewiston is 18 inches deficientthis

led to my programs that have attained a this week. On that date thecorpor.tlon year
I decision to make high quality of excellence. This will begin field operations I The additional payrolls which the
Mw and hauling harvest operations bring is a great
Hendry County outstanding program can be credo cutting cane
!* our permanent ited directly to you and Mr, Pol- it to the mills in Bryant and Clew- stimulus to business and the startof

j family home. We hill Certainly, very little could ston.. the season marks the upswing"of
have a bit of have been.accomplished withoutthe The day following, October 29, business activities.
land and small cooperation of the fine peopleof the Bryant sugar house will start
and I your county. However, that cooperation grinding at 9 a m. and the ClewIs-
pasture preparing to came about as a resultof ton Sugar House will start at 1 D.m. "Bud" Visits
am your and :Mr. PolhuTi aggressive Both mills will grind without stoppage
Into the cat-
more extensively leadership (except for Christmas Day)
e business This venture will,re- .An outstanding 4-H Club program ______ H_ .... until the harvest ends next spring I Friends HereFred
jire much time and I cannot:do referred to include more SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL MEMBERS include, starting Us seventh year In this capacity. Simmons The U.S.S. Corp. has 44,429 acresin .

tstice to it and gentduties t per- than 200 members who have received front row, left to right David Miller, TommySexton. noted that something new has been Initiated sugar cane for Harvest this year, O. Dickinson, made a 1
no my county elite training in livestock; den Alan Phillips. Wendell Ford, Gary Both, this year, fa that the patrol will serve for 17 and will grind, under contract with abort vtalt to Oewlston yesterday I
ctively." tricity; ornamentals; Judging; Capt. Jerry' Holoubek: second row, Lt Jimmy weeks, and then a Dew group will assume the responsibilities Independent growers, cane from stopping en root t* .Us.
commissioners accepted the leadership; citizenship and recreation McCarthy, Nicky Kelly, Bryan Beardsley. Luis Instead of the full school year: fa 8,417 additional acres. home In West Palm Beach from ; I
Cation with regret and ex- The 4-H dubs have two im- DeArmas. Daniel Beardsley, Kenny Brannan the past-STAFF PHOTO. "We expect to grind about 100- a tour of the state.
rcssed appreciation for the see proved pastures in the county. and sponsor, Officer Ernie Simmons, who Is 000 more tons of cane this year Dickinson, who Is strongly :
yes Polhill has rendered and for Folhill has been president of than last, but we are disappointedin mentioned as a candidate for

J willing cooperation with the the county Fair two years, securing Tigers Seek Win the growth of the cane at this governor In next :year's campaign -
)neat the first premium money for Friday for Recreation Amendment; point." The sucrose testing a little conferred with friend
Chairman Campbell E Nail said, livestock exhibition at the Fair Number Three Here lower than last ;year at this and campaign associates enhta
the meeting "We deep- (Continued on Page Eight) time, and this is due to the growth trip
regret losing the services of Is "Not Sold" on Education Proposal factor, he added. Dickinson to. a former legislator ,I
rank Polhill\ as county agent, Friday Against LeeThe Sugar cane is a crop which thrives of Palm Beach county and
that be will remains Tiger Star moisture and the lack ol has recently served as chairman ,
glad ,
rf are Senator Elmer Friday, address- rlfice their time from their own Blue and Gold Tigers of on
citizen in the normal amounts of rainfall is the the committee of 100 ef
i permanent Lug Rotarians at their luncheon business to take care of business Clewiston High will seek their third
jtnty. We tried to discourage meeting Monday, urged support of i I for the community, and this Is a victory of the season Friday nighton cause of the disappointing growth. Florida, under appointmentfrom
resigning, but when heiplatoed Rainfall In the entire is much Governor Farris Bryant J Jr
m from the "Outdoor Recreation" amendment very good thing for us all If we Cane Field against Lee High area ; :f t
that his own personal in the November 5th elec leave government to those people of Fort Myers. 1)+ .

isinesi plans felt we would could demand not 'stand hise tion. He said, however, that at this j I who have nothing at stake, then Lee lost its season opener to Sebring Scores in Last 16 Seconds i iTigers ii
we time he has reservations about l we will have a government lead Lake Placid, and last week scoredan .i' i
his way. We feel he has done supporting the "Bonds for Higher I by those who are the least concerned 18-0 win over Alva on their home .

; Education" amendment Speaking I with its outcome. He Streaks 337 In I
MERLE BRANTLEY ( strongly in favor of a continuing spoke briefly of the state road field.The Tigers were most impressive Stun

WHS FREE CAR expansion program of our college I: program, and said the Bryant administration in their win over a large Se
Mn. Merle Brantley of a. system to meet the needs of our had to make a choice bring squad and should be "slight"
Ckwiiton was the luck?' perM growing population, Friday viewed I'I between two-lane and four-lane favorites as they return home fora Ridge Contest Friday Nightable '. :
to win the 1955 Pontiac the proposed amendment as I''I roads. "More roads could have three week stand.
Ihes away daring the grand another opportunity for federal financing been built, if we had built two- Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15: .The Oewlston Tigers used experience and they In re I
ipcilnf and anniversary eelekriUon in public educational institutions I lane roads", he said, "but these and local fans are invited to come "streaking" plays to blitz the Se- turn put in a most creditable per, '
at Chuck Wells Motor in Florida, and this he roads would be Inadequate for early as the Sugarland Band will bring Streaks into a 33-7, loss. on formance, especially on defense.
Ctmpanr recently.The is against traffic, and the governor and the provide a 30 minute concert priorto their home field Friday night. Clewiston rounded out their scoring

celebration Included others in the administration chose, the game. Some 2,000 fans, most of them! sitting in the final quarter with a 65-
!be showing of new model Friday said he deplores and we think wisely, to build four The, Tigers came out of last! in silence witnessed the first ;yard dash by Mazzlna.\ The first
Chevrolets and the first an- federal aid and hopes Florida lane roads, which will be ads week's contest with only minor Ridge Conference game for the Tig try of the season with a kick for II i
will be able to make theneoeuary
ilvtmry for the present with our quate to take care, of the traffic bruises and are expected to be at era the extra point was a shade wide
progress
needs" full strength according to Coach and Clewiston lead 330. ,
give Institutions of hither learning The Tigers,.making thebbesjeffort ''I'
'President < Horosbjr. Joe Bundy.-: Fans' '1\"
..ltlteuf''Rille' federal Jarz conducted may.expectto; thus faf this"season, were
try celebration and these funds. The bends for education the meeting and Program see more of the open type football on the score board within four With the regulars taking a breather Ii
ner H were allowed to regWr ALBERTO MORREIX, has been amendment .la debatable Chairman Frank Polhill introduced as used most successfully in the plays after Seining funmbled the on the sidelines! the Blue
for the ear which was chosen by the Tiger coaching the speaker. Sebring he said
game Streaks fumble
Friday said and he .Is not opening kickoff on their 25 ;yard capitalized on a by
then away that Saturday staff, as the outstanding player lathe I qquarterback Mandy Morrell about
completely sold on It. line Alberto Morrell! drew first
IIcIl& Clewliton 33-7 victory ever I blood with an eight yard burst off mid-field and end Dennis Rehrig
Sebrlng. The game star Intercepted Speaking of those politics businessmenwho Senator )! Book tackle and also added the extra : scooted to glory-land for the hometown 'I'
praised
scored Friday WrittenBy
Spratt Named touchdown one Sebrlng en a 25-yard pass, gallop sad ene give their time to governmentas : Fishing point.It fans only minute of glory.
Gary Rapp, fullback, pushed over
service to their community, II
Local Chairman was outstanding on offensive blockIng a
was HeDr'Dowden in the second the extra pointLlndsey
and not for the .
and defensive tackling. On state and nation, I
1 R. Spratt, LaBelle, has been MorreD 'salary received. These men have quarter with a 33-yard sprint on a criss-cross play on
ppotnted\ Hendry county chair Maixlna's three 75-rard Blue romp Streaks with much at stake in government, he Phil Francis Sale"Salt from a trap play that demoralized the kick-off, almost made it all the
down :
a in the Citizens for Florida Fur cot bloct-STAFF PHOTO.V.F.We said, and they are willing\ bunt on Sebrlng and set the game pattern. way behind a wall of blockers to ,
campaign in support of the one Quarterback Mike Mazzlna passedto run out the clock. ,
j'leje' Building Amenrment.The Bo LIndsey for the extra point. Coaches Bundy, Ernie Hill and

CFF is a voluntary organ- 3rd Distrh Meeting Water Fishing from Maine is to encourage the use of lib Sebrlng made no serious threat Bob Baker were high in praise :,'
don formed recently to generic : to Texan" a new book by Phil tackle and artificial lures in salt during the first half and the Tigers for the team effort against a much ,
awareness and enthusiasm for Francis has been published by the water. played their best football this larger and heavier Blue Streak '

College Building Amendment Clewisl SundayPresident McMillan Company, New York, and season team, who last year was Ridge '
tea will provide some 875 mil- Will Be in ion was released for distribution Mon He describes various lures, but Blocking ExcellentThe Conference champions. I:

in capital improvements at day.Francis more important he explains how Clewiston team had fallen I Sebring moved the ball with case i;
*tutions of higher learning in Commander Bob Brenner of of the Ladies Auxiliary employed I in the research : to use each, and drops such helpful heir to criticism the first two games in the mid-field area, however, the "
ems Delray Beach will preside aatVee i will lead the Auxiliary will meeting under laboratory of the U. S. Suar ,- sentences as "Always remember for the lack of blocking both Tiger defense always stiffened in

Involved are the Junior col- Third District Meeting of The program get with the Military way Corporation at Clewiston. where that most fish will swim down- In the line and down old, and the the crucial area near the goal. I''
14 throughout the state as well erans of Foreign Wars to be held Saturday afternoon of the Cooties Cocktail he has lived for several Tears and ward to take a lure more readily: Tigers vindicated themselves in In first downs, Sebring lead 14

state colleges, universities and this Saturday and Sunday October i Order fl 30 to 7.30: at thePoet It is a safe' statement to report than they will come up for It. Most this department Friday night. to 12; however, in ;yards rushing,
rah vocational schools. The"wxlment. 12 and 13th at the Hawkins Party Home.from This: will be followed,. that 75 percent of his leisure time salt water fish stay near the bottom Mazzlna took the opening kick- the Tigers amassed 368 yards to ','

which Is No. a one Kirk Gordon Post Home. Cootie Scratch at 8:00: p.m. : is spent fishing, or planning( or at least part of the time, and off of the second half and galloped 252 for 3ebrin,. Clewiston netted .
ballot is to be voted on in the Distinguished sinclude by Sharp a The public is Invited to enjoy writing about fishing.It many of them stay there just about 75 ;yards for a touchdown behind 63 yards on passing while the Tlg- "'

<*W election November 6th.r Department Commander Tom a dance at the Post Home beginning has been eight years since his all of the time." Or, "When usingboat a wave of blocking without a era defense allowed Sebring not one
Spratt is chairman of the Glaze of Sarasota: District 10 at 9.30 with a local orchestra "Florida Fish and Fishing" was a do not fall to take advantage Blue Streak! laying a hand on him. completion as they went 0 for 4, ,;
t<*ij county school board, preset Commander Loin H. Dalton; Diemlet being ..tured.The published. This gives an idea of of the barracuda's penchant MorrelTs stab at the line failed the locals completing 4 of 7. Clew ,''
of Alice Land Development I 4 Commander John Hammer- will hold Their the vast amount of research and for following things out oi f I and the Tigers held a comfortable iston lost 2 fumbles and Sebring :(
*put, and a member of the lee, Auburndale; and District 8Commazfader Cootiettes Halt detailed study which goes into his curiosity. Casting behind the drifting : 20-4 lead..: In the fading minutes of lost three, with Mandy Morrell\ recovering 'f'-
"T"' *! board of Edison Junior I Robert M. Brock- meeting at the the Legion formal District writings. His fishing facts are accurate boat win produce twice ai I this second period, Clewiston traveled two of these. 'i'
*,e. man Miami. Mrs. Sarah Osborns, On Sunday will start at 10:00: a.m. and his recommendations' many strikes as casting ahead oi f! 83 yards in five plays with The Tigers open a three-week .

_._ with Meeting the Ladles Auxiliary meetingat are based on personal experience. I it With most fish the reverse would: Morrell scoring on a 25-yard spurt home stand Friday night playing ;"f I l
-- -, the Elks Club, and the mem- Francis fishes for ftm-Ms writings be true, but even in very shallow, Llndsey scooted around end for the Lee of Ft Myers. Belle Glade and \ '

Mrs at the Post Home. are Incidental and he conveys water the barracuda is more likely extra point Jupiter. They presently have a I
Following the meetings a noon his enthusiasm to his readers ; to follow a boat than to run\ I Coach JOe Bundy used the game two win one loss,. record for the .
i, time meal consisting baked ham. The new book describes the various from It"Appendix for his bench boys to gala valu- season. I

A, baked beans potato salad etc. salt water fish caught In the
to Francis' book
/ will be served at the Post Home. watersfrom Maine to Texas, and new
Buddy Belcher, Bubba SneU. gives the locale, the habits and contains a listing of 138 salt water
fishes, with standard and scientific
and Junior'Rudd are in charge of appearances of each His purpose
name, the common name, the practical
arrangements.
local
range of the fish, type of
Teach your Youngsters water and best season for catching
it and the best bait or lure to use
Judge Appoints
traffic safety "This is not an Ichthyologist'scheck r
list ..... but Includes mostof
Stockman ReceiverFor the' fish likely to be encountered

//AIK ONt by the sport fisherman on the 5
Defunct CompanyCircuit !
Atlantic Seaboard of the United i

Judge Archie Odum Friday LEFT States.
.
.r.WI4 Dave Stockman .
appointed a Scattered through the book are
receiver in the suit of the First I photos of Francis and his wife,

National Bank, of Orlando againstthe IO Betty Ann, with salt water catches {
defunct Florida Cane Products they have made, and some line

Corporation. drawings of lure, etc. by his lather ,
Stockman said "it is expected to George Francis
form a new corporation in which
the growers can participate, up to Adding to the pleasure of the
6,000 acres in a 3,000 ton capacitymill. volume is the author's precise
." This will not be a co-op arrangement choice of words and seemingly effortless i ij

numerous eerree- said Stockman, but if style of narration. Shouldhe L
BT has netted
STATE TROOPERS
ends for the the last eeaple .f weeks the mill can be placed in operation FACING TRAFFIC// ever. stray into the realm oi j '
during
traveling publl
eq mea i eond.eted almost daffy it may be possible to pay off fiction rooks could flow from :
cheeks being ti.
lie! aU .. Her by officers are el Clew toll issues a 48-. its creditors from its earnings. his typewriter in fast succession.It's rr 1'L I
Tlm1Iu-
TM-pep Dan
e.re. for 11..1. 17 I ehre. The small mill organized and the research and experience : _
IL II
faulty driver en .
:Yea and ciewUton.equipment Officers U a truck waning he arrival ef another', built by Albert Mesa was scheduled City of ClewistonPolice which go into these fishing vol.times VICTORY amll: Tog,COACH JOB BeNDY sou' meet enjoyable sun I ,
Haw is. to open last year, but ran that space them some eight the CtewUtoB '
are Troopers Jack Beat sad Jack Edgenwn ef Moore Tigers played their beat game ef the seam m deour.alUnr .. '
also at various points to keepr a into construction and financing years apart-i-but that's what makes the Sebrbg Blue Streak. their home 11
operating radar speed cheeks fMd 137. Humr
het sag meterbte ne mevemeat .le .,.tewtde.nU. problems, and was never placed Department them valuable to the fisherman and hitcher It, and James Dana..S3.'are front sad center fa the picture' I II N I f6tAPF'.Fli ,) ,
? PHOTO, in operation. would-be devotees of the sport -

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Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. colleges have been bursting at the seams, and even greater expansion teers manned the local obeena figs school system. We, of Hendry County past conduct of cur:. School
I J I' Thursday, October 10, 1963 Is anticipated. posts at Alrglades Airport and a t are fortunate indeed, we must can be used II In exam oUiclah 1
four hour have surplus funds if our School pia .
r We are for this amendment Lakeside Manor for a a case of the a II'
Board finance one half the Their i rS the
Sunday afternoon alert. can: conduct doc
REVENUE BONDS FOR OUTDOOR RECREATIONThis
I flood conditions In costs of a completely Carl 28 *
Dangerous unnece..af1election. Ferrara of 1 bU
amendment provides that the Outdoor Recreational
News .
The Clewiston the Everglades were alleviated lea 11 an example *-
Development Council created by the 63 legislature may issue of this
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slightly by a letup in heavy rains.The I would like to ask you to help 1 urgently
bonds certificates of Indebtedness funds to buy ask ?
I'I I revenue or for Belle Glade Rams upset the clarify this situation As I understand olliis
the advancement and Clewiston county to long
"Devoted to welfare of take
lands for outdoor recreation areas parks etc., for natural resources a lon
Tigers 12-8 in a game which J. V. It, we have a School Board It ANY !oct
I and Hendry County. conservation and related facilities.It Tanner, star back for the Tiger consisting of five members, a School Board proposals made by Uk
is the belief of the legislature and the Council that these and to give
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston watched from the sidelines! with School Superintendent and a School CAREFUL tar
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. bonds can be retired without taxes except the tax already levied his broken leg in a cast Richard Principal. The School Board tells casting their consideration vote. be

I. Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post on sports equipment, and funds now coming In from fees, etc. Bethea and John Perry earned: the the Superintendent and the Superintendent Respectfully ,

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, Recreation is big business in Florida; the rapid develop- load for the Tigers in a hard-tough tens the PrincipaL If the J. D DYAL.
1879. ment of the state is making lands which should be set aside for game 'I

state parks and public recreation areas, more valuable than Girl Scouts began the year's activities .
ORID still with leaders of all 10 troops Ideal Business Location
ever. The state should acquire them now while they are
QA8TI3NI I| { 4Q available, or else the children of the future will find themselves and several committee: members in 75 ft. by 100 ft. to '20 ft alley

developments in where parks and planning sessions. An Open House from
surrounded by housing areas Across Thrifty Drug, Parkinson and
"ctivs recreation sites will be needed.It at the Girl Scout Home on the playground Good TermsDADEMONROE Bank

BERYL BOWDEN Publisher to C y would be easy to go overboard with such a program, but park was planned. I

S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor q wet with a state council already set up for handling and administering Mrs. Howard Bishop won high REALTY
club session anda
prize at a bridge : I
Subscription Rates ..... .. ... 1400 per year grlOd the program and with the greatneed, 'both now andIn new club was formed, meeting! '
(Return Postage Guaranteed) the future, for the preservation of outdoor recreation facilities, ,I with Mrs. Gerald Manuel as host 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. ph. YTJ 3.2941
Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 we are FOR this amendment
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves ess.The -
VFW Post sponsored an al
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! -
night singing concert with 20 entertainers
TJTB NEWS auum* no Miponilbllltr for the return of umollclUdnanuicrlpu Clewiston were planted In beans, -

,' NEWS or hotoarepheTHE atium no financial responsibility for typographical. peas, potatoes, egg plant and pep at Sugarland Audltorum.ItTTtDCi Prices Slashed on All
f iron' or ommlulon In adT rtl.ra.nt but If notified of such error b. ii
for the next lam* of the paper will reprint eorr ctly that part of the I Sonny SezAm I per.Mr. .
adnrtl..m.nt In which the error occurred. In the event a time element : and MM. B. E. Herring of I Marlette Mobile Homes
would render the correction valueless, the News will reduce the priceof Fort Lauderdale moved to ClewU-
I the advertisement by an amount equal to the percental of the total
spice as the erroneous or omitted copy represented. ton, where he is>a teacher In the .** tniTflDV LOW DOWN PAYMENT-
not sure whether It was hi- chool. UN end THt tUllUn ,

;: cause of or in spite of but the The Ham Club began rebeamli BANK TERM

_r.. / It's Your Week, Working Women! Tigers did themselves proud with for "Poor.rather" I' October 3. 1963 FINANCINGvisit
best of the tea : began
their game young Dr. and lira. J. W. Ezelle Editor, the

t Each year the national Federation of Business and Profes- ion Friday night in Sebrlng. Coach construction: of A bungalow horn lewiston News

sional Womens Clubs sponsors observance of Business Worn Bundy has been strongly defendIng on Ponce de Leon Avenue. lewiston, Florida
.t his boys for the first coupleof C. F, Goodman, manager of CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc.
ens Week. Using a theme, "Responsibility through Partner Dear Sir:
weeks and he well rewarded Wells ,
was Royal Lumber Company
ship" the sponsors emphasize that the week Is not to honor Regarding your news item of for the best buy
as the boys gave malmum ei- planned to build. a home next to
BPW members, but to honor and recognize all women who are Art Lawrence's. September 12th concerning the Route US 27 YTJ
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gainfully employed in business and the professions.It fort.Had a couple suggest that I eat method of selecting our County 2-2661

is easy to look about us and see the truly great contribution "crow" after the game because School Superintendent. The thought i

that "working women" are making to our economy. In of comments previously made TWENTY YEARS AGO occured to me that It has become

} I .;, fact: it would be difficult for many places to operate if all women certainly: no one wants to be on the (From the ClewUUm News a national trend for the ctltzens of
I suddenly ceased to work. winning aide of,the ledger more I October II, 1M3 this country to very complacently -

,f But they are not only working, they are assuming "respon than I, but it Is awfully hard to Corporal Homer S. Howard son bit by bit surrender their inherent -
scatter praise around when of :Mrs. Laura Howard, of Felda, rights. It was quite a shock
sibility through partnership" by filling positions of great importance someone -
became tin first to me to read that now our School
; in many fields in key positions in our county government is dragging their feetThe I Hendry County Corner Lot
Board of
-as- I boy killed in World War II. Newsof consisting local citizens,
In government our county courthouse has two women
I his death on Sept 12 in North I. advocating we once again sur-
offices in other offices there who "back feeling of the boys as expressed -
In major ; are women Africa was received by his mother.No render a precious right The l'I.htby
up" the officials with great efficiency. In education and in by their actions and word.i word had beep received from a public election, to select the

i nursing women have long played a prominent role; they are : on the sideline Friday was something I Edwin Dana. U..8. Navy, missing person we want or the person we 50 x 125'

p moving into executive positions. Up and down the street in that. had not been experienced since May, .nor from Lt.. Pharls consider best qualified to serve us.
our businesses we have evidence of their efficiency and willingness > before They exerted the extra etfort Weekley, Army Air Corps, missing The School Board desires very
to perform their work. and were intoxicated' with the since August much to have the power to appointthe Ventura and San Pedro
.
results out of
you fet
anything
They also show a greater interest than ever before in our Capt Coburn Moore was home on School Superintendent If the
,
just what into It.
life and their minds to work problems you pat leave, visiting his mother, Mrs. School Board had this power, our
1 community are putting on you give the best, you get the best School Superintendent would Priced for quick sale
J. W.
of city, state and nation. Moore, and others in the
-as-
change often he fell Into
We see the work they are doing and we gratefully join in Jupiter and Belle Glade art coming family. as as political '
Campbell Nan of Camp Peary, favor or fell out of poltlcal
saluting the business and the professional women of both
will
women up soon provide the Va., and his wife, who was spending favor. Let any person who consider at $800.00
our community. stiffest competition of the entire her time with her parents. Mr. himself qualified present his

schedule. and Mrs. A. A. Monroe In Madison qualifications to the people of this

; -as- Florida, were back in Clew is- county and then the people will
: Importance of Nov. 5 Election Speaking of competition, former ton for a visit decide who shall serve them. Our J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED
t Tiger Coach Ferrara at his new Grace Ward celebrated her 14th schools are burdened with politics
Evans school in Orlando has probably -I I birthday with a and political pressures now, please,
With no candidates on the ballot it is likely that many citizens been spending sleepless ]I party. et's don't have an all-poweful REAL ESTATE BROKER

I will not trouble themselves:] t to.vots November 5th, *and thus lights after successive losses tq, .. TEN .TEAKf AGO School Board too.

,+; a "minority" will decide some very important issues: Here Is Daytona Mainland 454 and Eustls I 1 (Fran: Clewlatoa New From a national level to the'local Clewuton Phone. YU 27501MOVE .

!JI how we stand on the three state amendments. 32-. I October II, 1853) level there has been a
contln.\\
q "OFF-YEAR" ELECTION -as- ,1 Ground Observer Corps volun- ual cry for more funds
The
grand opening of the new
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i F The first amendment on the ballot changes the time of electing addition to Hendry General Is still -

,t' 45 the state cabinet (governor, secretary of state, attorney general several weeks away because of late i

t'' treasurer, comptroller, commissioner of agriculture and arriving drapes and furniture.

,; state superintendent of public: instruction). We are now electing While sprucing the inside, hope a

t the officials at the same time we elect a president of the U.S. good heavy rain or someone

'j' and sometimes we have a very crowded ballot and a very unhealthy I. will clean the roof shingles
I l j"" campaign situation. the original section. Th y certainly .

I At present a governor and cabinet members can be swept I detract from the modern appeal '
r along with the presidential candidate, Instead of being elected of the new addition. M t

solely on their own merits. If they are elected in the "offyear"election -as-
While some coaches knownfor
., irr the voters will give greater attention to state candidates are
having cutting tongues few
; actually -
national issue will not be
because the presidential or cut their players as did

uppermost Coach Bundy in Sebrlng Friday
We are strongly for this amendment. light It seems that Coach was cutting : -
r an old bandage from Bonnie
HIGHER EDUCATION
BONDS FOR
Olden with a borrowed razor (sharp
i The second amendment on the Nov. 5 ballot is also a MUST knife and sliced a little too deep '

for Florida. This provides the means for the state to issue bondsfor five stitches were required to r

capital outlay at institutions of higher learning, including close the "gap" by Dr. Gregg Wat 'L4

our Junior colleges. ten of Sebring.
Florida needs greatly to do more building for education at ;

level. Our universities junior colleges, and other -
;d e' the college '

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I, THIRTY(From October Clewistoa TEARS I, 1133)News AGO :; UP TO CHRYSLER


I 3,000 acres between "Miami J .
Locks" and dewljton were prepared -

for planting to fall crops: chief. Engineered better. backed better
: ly beam. .. than any car in its class,

1 110 acres in the city: limits of

f I The '64 Chryslers are here: the luxurious New Yorker (above); sports-

I }rbred 300; and the surprisingly easy-to-own Newport.


.: Clean. Crisp. Handsome. Designed in the modem concept. Bold but
'
II I : ::4 .. A it'ot brassy. Engineered by men who have accounted for more "firsts"

\, );,: than any automobile maker. So well built the vital moving parts are

( m.oGa...teeRCAVICTOR ... '
'f r f warranted for 5
years or 50,000 miles. (Details below.)
..
; PORTABLE Did You Know? 'JL f The '64 Chryslers are full of news: there's an optional steering wheel'

yoi'n\ : adjust. down
o TOTAL SOUND STEREO You can Ret up or to any one of seven different positions.

a Bucket seats. are standard on 300 models (
reclines
I Bar-B-Q to GO! r, passenger's ).
t Four-speed Studiomatlc'changer, full-slza These are the '64 Chryslers. They have :
no junior editions
: to com-
turntable tilts down for easy access Old South Offers -

Feather Action Tone Arm protects records promise your investment. Go see them. Move up to Chrysler '64.

\ I 1, against audible needle scratch Chicken Catfish r'i!. _
I I .j- ..110I ._...... fee a Mad.. I.reetee.f ..
: Dual synthetic sapphire styli Frer-M.Ne.ee .
;
I w .aafr.Chrysler/ Ccrporeeon ,
I 110,000""I. wNch ftttt.jtlDII. .; efecte In eateries WIIITaIIta far 9 VM"I w
I Two 6W duo-cone speakers in swing-out ; Cor1IctItIon Autl rzed 0.1.. pl01 bU81n.a. the end wad manehlp and wi4'vpec.CI repel lit a CtwyaIer Motes
I t w Rib 'Olne Mora: ,head
Dinners InCIm.nw ,
tnnlrllleIicII ItII'tI bthke ,
end InWMI
; I cue pert((1IIC1ud1ng manual clulch. manifold war pump
I detachable enclosures fr.ntW. torque.r1w,drive own, .
; and reer wheal beerinQII 0111.111&4 eu1ornobl., .provld.d unlvwnLloInta.rw axle and dd-
1 "" : Continuous tone and volume controls ,,' ,miles' .whlche.w-ftrat.the oIIlIIter reoleced every eecend oIIlfIIIno.the pwnw hu tM e.glne all changed every I months fW 4,000
Packaged I ;' raid::: == ::b and .ry a naneu lumehS m crush de.lw andhe cerburaa eIt niter Cle8Md awry a moats
6 I f'! ,"'-' 'if'., k,' $99.95 to got / th ((1( )re.sipt o)auch evidence end C::thth ce'e evidence 9,.,,current of pwfonrmq mp 01 the r.quind aervtce:

\ f 1"1"t Seconds, if you cuik. . '" "*1\11110,. "Witch Stab
I .. Hop. and. th.Chryilir Theater,NBC-TV,fft\***
, .;fi.! Come in and Dlace ;
t : Thursday, Friday Saturday your tffe
order CHRYSLER DIVISION/

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Supper Ier, Bobby Kelly; and Steve Bran- Society meeting held Wedneedeevening i Clewiston. Fla THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three

nln at the home of Mrs. Jack ) Thursday October 10, 1963
I
Entertains Youth doctor Leaders, Mrs are Wayne Mrs w, F. Nail, \ Davis All ladies of the parish are I i -

loget1nio ofotheeFirstBaptttlyurch secretary director, Mr,.M. Dent.. Herbert Smith Dana Clark asso-, Invited, for to which attend reservations the Deanery meetIng must- hold St.their Exec Meeting Is Bail Bonds

entertained the member. Mr. R. E. Waldron. leaders and Punta Corda. Mrs. G. N. Pltzen, be made by Monday October 14th. of the I

evening with a plcnc sup Deanery president, announced that The Altar Society business meetIng at 12:30 I: Planned for PTADr. 24 Hour Service .
SUUd81 Mrs. Davis guest speakers will be Dr. EdwardW. was conducted by hits C D. home of I I
ambers attendlm were Persia HostessTo Salko and Monsignor Joseph lime, president Reports of commutes In L. G. Vaughan, president of McDonald Bookkeeping and
Jckland, Beverly Steven. Pamfarmer I DeVaney of Fort Myers. Luncheon were given and plans made have the Clewiston Parent-Teacher's
Patty Jones, Debbie 'pav- Altar SocietyThe speaker will be Rev. Father Lar- for a covered dish picnic at noon past not Association has extended an invitation Tax Service
Ann Miller, Donna ** ', kin F. Connally; of dewlston,whose Sunday, October 13, on the grounds: food but to all Interested persons
'0. Mary Kay Wynn Ell -. Southwest Coast Deanery. subject will be "The Harvest In- of the home of Mr and Mrs. C. D. all ages. and parent to attend the executive McDonald
Debbie Farmer Kenneth Bran- Diocesan Council of Catho deed la Gnat" I Hines in Sugarland Park. ish are meeting of the Association at John, w
Sutton lic Women
,Larry will hold
nark Weather, David Mfl. Its fall meetIng Announcement of .this meetingwas The program was conducted by ladles the Elementary School Library
I Johnny next Thursday, October IT. at made at St. Margaret's Altar Father Connally and consisted of sample Tuesday night 7:30.I : Immokalee, Fla.

a question and answer period. are ,I "It la hoped that person who Phone OL 4-3672

The hostesses Mrs. Jack Davis tableware. I I[have problem In the school with

Clewiston Church Directory Mrs. Richard Defiler and Mrs Ida I II1lmew1D students, or otherwise, will come
Crawford served sandwiches and 'Check : and make their problem known
hot fruit punch followed the so that .future Association pro-
HAIGAKETS CHUftCB m-MVEN meet Week
gt BAPTIST CHVXCH emblem OF GOD I(I be based on these .Phis Only
may .
Atlantic Street Highway 'nit !nI. ; Dixie )' I grams ..
North 31J .. Padflo Averse Capacity"i'I areas," Dr. Vaughan said. '"It is
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner. Pastor Rev. Joe Coleman 'our desire to> plan program which
9u '
glen, Florida a m.-Sunday Sehool Sofa Bed
11:00 10:00: a.nu Suqday School THE DISCOVERY:: will satisfy a 'need and create interest
Larkin F.Ceaaally a.m.-Morni.n&
"
jet. Worship 11:00
: a.m.-Morning Service in the organisation he
*
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m.
Administrator p -Training Union
( 7:30 p.m.-Eveldq Worship thai Columbus made hod Impact said.i '
*:00<) greet
taias, Masse S a.m. & 11:30: ajn. p.m-EvenfDI Worship Wednesday And Chair 1
the Old
day' on World.A previowly
gay Masses. 7:00: sun. fed 7:30: p.m.-Pr1JV Ser Ice' I .
fely Days o* Obligation, 6:00 p.m. n.-Prayer Meeting rrlday: "flcrt"world suddenly became round. i Burlingham Infants I.. I

befesalooe.; Saturday 4tol. roMMrWTTmTTiaiAN 7:10 pnL-Young People' Endeavor leery doy men' o"d,0"'." are discovering "I Tracy Lynn and Stacey Lynn Turquoise fabric with extra

ml i to I p.m. 4W : Go.. universe and more Burllngham, infant daugh>r. of arm cover.
Keral Palsa A..... ._ Important,j,5G od'fIp! ''lon for their life.)/ Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burling
Henry
=: R. Ford,
Minister
vat CLEWISTON. ASSEMBLY 9:45 a COMMCNrrT: PENTECOSTAtHOUNEM ", ham of Clewiston. died in Fort My- $139 50
OF'GOD m.- Sunday School : CHUKCaSMaCtewMssi '" 01 many as receiVed him, to them eo"' .
F. KIa...... raster 11:00 a.m..-Marntaa; Worship come the sons of God, even 'to them Shed | erf Sunday,
JM 11:00 a.m.-Nursery la the Services were held Monday '
Pariah Rev.J. R. Taylor Pastor < Will be' reduced $10.00
luny: House 10.00 BJU.-Sunday School -, ,5' ,' '.t I morning at Fort Myers Cemeterywith
medal School: 11:00 10:00: 1:00 p.m.-We.tmluter..1no! 11:00 a.nu-MornUg Worship Community Rev. A. P. Mlnshew officiat. weekly until'sold. :
Adult Worship .
Up 7:43 p.muBoUv.XvangeUstta: 407 Royal Palm lot tJt uVanCothern's j
Tooth Worship 11:00: Wednesday: Service. : HENRY HORRELL FORD, I Survives: arc their parents, Mr
Fijer Hour. 7:00: 7:30 pm.-Cholr Practice Wednesday 9:43: ATM. Bible ,School :: and Mr. James E. Burllngham, !

fvaufdistle RaOy. 7:30: 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Service .9.00: P.M.: :Youth P, 'one sister, Amber Burllngham: Custom Upholstery \
[jusday: CHTKCH OF JE8CS: CHKOTAroaroucrAira rriday: Clewiston; and 'grandparents, Mr.
(Orchestra) Practice.. 7:00: SERMON SUBJECT Phone YU .5831Bodcockb
7:45: p.m.-Youth Service and Mrs. Earl Zimmerman Lancaster >
wedDelda11 Sooth Oewtsto "Wasting Our Religious Penna. and Mrs.. Edna Bur-1 w i
Ambassadors T:45 I I
Ortst'i Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor CHVKCH Or CH&OT llngham, Fort Myers.
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School 3M Soath Central AvsanM ,
BAPTIST CHUECH ,
HIST 11:00
m.Preachlng. Earl: Arnold Minister .. ,
Itt E. Ventara Avenue Tuesday Sunday: 'wAUram 1111 "Jj': '

..IBinv-Sunday: School 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 1
Service Friday: 11:00: a.m. Worship
l1:01I1.m.-Morn1nJ;
:
141: pm.-Training Union 7:30 pm.-Young People' Meeting : 7:00 p.nu Worship .

'100: p.m.-Evening Service Wednesday
7:30 pjn.-Midweek Devotions

Wednesday?100: >.m.-Officer* and Teacher ST.MAJmirs( CHURCH and Bible Study i
Epbeopal _

100 p Metttog.m.-Midweek Prayer Service 207 North reside nUT METHODIST CHTJBCO 1dAellllIB3kUAIHff1/ I
The Rev. Clark H. Dorraan. Vicar 331 W. Oieeola Avenue 1

IU m.-Cholr Practice Sunday Services: Rev. Richard Knight Pastor
7:30: i.iu.-Early Eucharist .45 a.m.-Church School I
9.30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00 ajn. Morning service I
Church School YOO: p.mi-Methodist Youth Fellowship
fALYARYBAP178TCmUBC3I Confessions by appointment "
South Oewlaten Thursday: 1 )
Rev. Herb Higdon, Pastor 7.30 p.m.Choir Practice ,'
1.45 i.m.-Sunday School NORTHSIDE MBSIONAKT t 'J;
1100: a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST SENSATIONAL FURNITURE & APPLIANCE 1IALUESI':
100:: p,m.-Baptist Training Unioa 304 N. FraocUee Street (Christian)
100 p.m. -Worship Service Elder!: Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium I

Tuesday: 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School John C. Schemer Minister ..
1.011 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.Bible School
Wednesday: 6.30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m. Communion ,
and Worship
Thursday 7:311: p.m.:-Hour of Prayer Wednesday 7:30: pm.-:Evening Worship Wednesday Service: : WHERE YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE

100 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: pm.-.Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study
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Mrs. Ruth Beardsley Tuesday eve des is spending
II Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Ha. Ing when Mrs. Leta Chesbrough, 011 a tour through the entire
Florida
,: Thursday October 10, 1963 Vero Beach, director of District: 8 vJsJts 111 each district,to DIakhi
I
I of the Florida Federation was a serially a. many II'tet Pt.
membv5

1 Hospital Loan Closet Planned guest Saturday night a delegation of sible.The Oewlston Club

I local members attended the Joint the week Sunday wU11r1nc1 b
meeting at which the Pahokee club a breakfast mol'lllnt: .fIt
t,::,, 1 ,I' By Beta. Sigma Phi Sorority It'A c 1r'e was hostess to greet State President -I Anna Mae Jones at the, they home wn;of s Jfr,
Helen Peredes on her motor church! at the
v for for trays, thermometers, urinal, walkers I DlornlnlervIces
A loan closet equipment cade through the state. Mrs. Per First Baptist
,\ some nursing of the sick la the wheel chair, breast pump, r Churcn.
t.. aim of member of Beta PI chapter ..ace bandages, plastic sheets and
"I : of Beta Sigma Phi sorority; rubber sheets.
which this, week !sues an appeal I Anyone offering to donate any
.\ for donation of any of the needed of the above Items is requested to
I I.L. ttemi. phone Mrs. Elizabeth Bass at YU
'I". The members plan to secue items I 3-2931 (calls should be made during Clewiston House of Beauty
\
hours Mrs.
the morning M
: which are needed In care of
Bass It not available in the afternoons -
ill persons, but Dot always available
, in the home, and have them ). and
I d to lend where needed. Storage of
the loan closet items win be in
the garage of Mrs. H. A. Beater.i Birthday GreetingsOct. : dl e'h
!ti r.
i Items which the sorority; to seeking Lois Beauty Salon
4: Ronald Egley, Mrs. W. T. --
now are: Bath eat (metal): John table the lower patio of the dewto-
x Lewis, Idella Bowden, Rev. THE WOMEN AUXILIARY of Hendry General pointed a
., bed pans hospital bed and bed Carlton. Ian are Mrs. Joseph Sexton left, and Mrs.
R. Taylor, Patsy Hospital was hostess at a Sliver Tea BOB ton I
(.y { rails, bell, walking canes, commode -
Oct. S: Frances Morgan, Oas day afternoea. Presiding at the beanUtaUy ap Douglas I C. EUls, rlghtv-OTAFF rHOTO.
chain, crutches, aduts and
" Atwell Dell Crochet. Mrs. F. W.
; children's) drinking tubes beat Hodges, Sr., H. C Button, Jr.. Bob Hospital AuxiliaryHolds .
I w, lamp, ice bags, hot water bottles, t T IAnnounces
...
foam rubber pad, rubber ring bed B. Silver Tea ,
i .) Oct. 6: Bob Beardsley, Carlisle Women I t the following

Radish Joyce Tanner Anderson A silver ,tea was. held at the ,
Mrs. LOy May 6 euti .
Ranell
; Hornsby t Clewiston Inn. Patio Sunday afternoon -
; Ford. I '.' .
Pharmacy by members of the Womens "
Oct. 7: Jackie Hood Boyd Sheila Auxiliary of Hendry General Hoe price
Campbell Tabitha Class Turner, Ruth Pedrick Jack Low, pital. change,
Oct 8: Diane Clark, Edgar Johnson I Pat Drake W. E.: Davidson :Boas' Pink roses were used in floral
Honors Mrs. Turner C Mann, Jesse Sanders .
YU 24311 Earllne Bearden, Jack Adams. LaByer W. :, arrangements on the tea table '
; Oct 9.: E. B. Bethea, Jr., EddieCrosby. Mrs. H. V. Turner was honored W. J. Jackson Sam Rich where pink candles furthered the
with a surprise birthday party Paul Halloday, W. R. Broadrlck Auxiliary color in the decorations.
Effective October
and the i ]10 1963
I Paul Akin L. CL-Miller
of
Oct 10: Madeline Martin, Ger Tuesday evening by members HoUo- Pouring at various times during ,
Misses Ann Miller, Betty
aId White, Katherine Maser Cook :the Tabitha Class of the Hi Haven the hours of two to six were Mrs.
'Baptist Church. The party followed day, Patty and Sue Akin. H. C Jones, Mrs. J. Fred Baker,
Diana Joanne
F. J. BaD Domlnguez
I Baxter and
I the regular business meeting Hostesses were Mrs. Sr., Mrs. Joe Sexton, Mrs. Doug
r mtTTTrL. Busek. :In the social hall of the church Mrs. Broadrlck.JONESWATSON.. Ellis Mrs. Dan McCarthy: and SHAMPOO and SET $2.75
Oct 11: Mrs. Jean T. Barrow, Mrs. Henry Story presided at Mrs Clark Dorman. I
Oct. 11 Jetty TlUman. Ruth Hancock, Alice .the meeting: Mrs. Jasper Barber A mannequin in the pink uniform
LATE SHOW 11:30: p.m. McDonald, Gloria Moody. was appointed assistant secretary of an Auxiliary member
Alter Game All seats.73c Oct 12: Mrs. Cahrlle Bolton, Ben, and Mrs. W. R. Baxter, social Mr. and Mrs. H; C. Jones an stood near the entrance, and the
"CABINET OF CAUOAU" Sanford. Richard L. Twiddy, Earl :chairman. Mrs. Wilmot Hayes. nounce the engagement of their guest book table where Mrs. Leroy
A shattering experience in Byrd, Karl and Eric Larsen, J. F'I''conducted the devotional. daughter, Ava Ceclle, to Karl Ham Hare, Mrs. Johnie Jackson, Mrs.
"Psycho"Sat : Walker. I Tables In the form of T for Ta ilton Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker and Mrs. William
Oct 13: James Harris Pauline bitha were beautifully decoratedfor Paul H. Watson, Pkhokee. Baker greeted guests.
Oct 13 One Day Only\
DOUBLE FEATURE"IT Berner, A, F. Cotterell Mrs. Manning ( the party. Mrs. Turner was Miss Jones was graduated from Fickle Flora Missed Us But
HAPPENED AT WORLD'S Carter Glen Flnuff, Mary S. :presented with an orchid corsage, Clewiston High School: 1960. She .
FAIR" Geiger, Seth Howard. ,gift of Mrs. C. J. Loworn, and a attended Palm Beach Junior College It's Business
ELVIS PRESLEY Oct 14: Mary Lois Lee, Mrs. Leona birthday cake, gift of Mrs. Frank for two years and is presently If the next storm heads THIS will
"1S-FBIGHTENED GIRLS"Terrified Swearlngen. Cox. Attending! were Mesdames employed by Berkshire Life Insurance Women's WeekThe way,

Teens trapped in a Oct 15: Anna Mae Jones, H. :R. Story, Barber, Baxter, Hayes Company, West Palm Beach. Business and Professional' your insurance coverage be adequate?

I Fvt', candy web. HaD Bill Bearden, Ken Walker, Mr. Watson is a graduate of Women's Week, October 7-13, honors

.: Sun. Moa. Oct IS 14 klrs.. Ed Frierson. RECORDS Georgia Military College, Atlanta an women who work, not mere- Better check policies nowafterthe
"A TICKLISH AFFAIR" Oct 16: Sidney crochet Claudia COUNTRY WESTERN Ga., and later attended Palm ly members of the BPW Federation your
SHIRLEY JONES Wilson, E. B. Bethea, Sr., Ann. Pops Sacred Beach Junior College. He is pre- said Mrs. Harriet Zauel president storm signals are up, it is too late .
Special OrdersHoldridge employed by Shirley Brothers -
; GIG YOUNG Morrison Carolyn Pridgen.Oct sently of the Clewiston BPW this
:RED BUTTONS IT: W. C. Prewitt Mrs. Joe MusicYU Pahokee. week.
Fun for all the family. I Hall Melvin Pape, Alden Wyse, 2-4781 Plans for the wedding will be an- a great deal Call
nounced at a later date.
Mrs. J. A. Roland. economy
to the
of our nation, and
r many advances in our standard of

1 .. ,. .. .\ living have been made through BeardsleyNashv.
their efforts. la fact, there is 10
--.. They're' : herfeftiow-tht: : all-new Falcohs for 1964! J- '. 4.4 .6*. :. field today.Jnwhich! woffieBUrt W .
making a worthwhile contribution

r We've kept the economy that made Falcon famous. !I',# feel to our these American'women way who of work'life. are We'I Insurance Agency


; (Falcon's Six still holds the all-time Mobil Economy tional important slogan and of that BPW is Week why is the"Re.sponsibUity na. Phone YU 2-7501 ClewistonNEW

through Partnership,"I OFFICE HOCKS: I AM. .. B rML
Run record for Sixes or Eights.) AI. the president added.
{
t The local club held a special CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS

But we've changed everything else. J covered dish buffet at the home of:I

TilT I2IAL YLRFOIMANCEV :
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r New style, new' comfort, new convenienceand FOR A CHANCE) ,
Tough Good Lookingand

the plushest ride a compact ever had. FORD ,


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brown and orange, 10th grade; I Clewuiton, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five

room is just green and yellow, 11th grade; I I Thursday, October-10--1963-

pink and lavender, 12th grade;

dreamy, end I blue and gold Pep Club; orange Garden Club Meets fective this date. the
"Your efforts in promoting
Club.
and :yellow, Key I
it myselfIOLLA.TfXI/" y{ r The floats will be judged and At Sikes Home Thurs.The Amateur Athletics Union through
did prizes given the top three: $20 00 Clewlston Garden Club will I physical fitness have been brought

M S 4 ', i{ for first, $15.00 for second and meet next Thursday October 17, at i to my attention several times. It

$1000 for third place. the home of Mrw Fred C Sites I was a personal pleasure to have an
The Council decided that all 708 Royal Palm Avenue, at 3;00 opportunity to meet you at the
classes and clubs having floats in .Florida AAU. annual meeting. I

b !the parade will be required to pm.Mrs. Gertrude Van Horn Belle am confident that many of the

help pay for homecoming by assessing Glade will present a demonstration ideas you have introduced In the
clubs and grades 7 thru 9, and lesson In corsage making. State of Florida would prove Just

$1000 and grades 10 thru 12, Further plans for the Christmas as effective In the National pro-

$1900 Bazaar, set for November 2324 gram.
III 1, t '1 i MIh The Council stressed that each will be made and all members are Sincerely
class and club was to obtain a urged to attend. LOUIS J. FISHER
town merchant or organization to President"

sponsor their float

-- ... -...... .W -Jan Council Branuey SecretaryNew II Fuller Appointed Ferguson-Edwards .
FIFTEEN OF THE ORIGINAL (1 charter menbers Have and OewUton during :>U erganhtttlra. Assistant Chairman Miss Betty Edwards daughter I
.. the Ftnt Methodist Church and Mrs. E. H. Whlddon at
of Mr.
were present The verflewing erewd present enjoyed: dinner
lucia *. bear an. Sesti Bosem.... peat r,t< ".. the grands" following the morning worship Contest Set By National Group j, Clewiston was married to Ray Ferguson -

: the First Methodist Church Trap, deliver the service. Sunday: was all the last lay: for Bev.. Voice of Democracy Eugene Fuller, director of the in Jackson Miss., on Sept
:: anniversary .ea..... lev. Boaemaa was the Richard O. Knight who kaa keen re-aaalcned te' annual Voice De- Recreation Departmenthas I 1, In the presence of a small group
The 17th of dewlstor-
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pasta .1 UIIa shank sends bath Moore Tavares effective Twesday..-STAFF PHOTO. which Is Assistant Chair. of friends and relatives.
mocracy Contest a notional been appointed
--- broadcast script writing man of the National Amateur Athletic The bride was dressed in a white

their daughter, Mrs. A. O. Walker contest, sponsored by the Veterans i Union Physical Fitness Committee linen sheath ana wore white acres

Jr., and childrefe.} of South Bay. of Foreign Wars through the I according to a letter from stories ,
Miss Ayllffa Mueller of Pahokeewas Hawkins Kirk Gordon' Post 4189 Louis J. Fisher president of the She is a, graduate of Clewlston

EVERY 2nd CAN the weekend!. guest of Miss at Clewlston will start shortly on committee. I High Schoo) and Is continuing her

LOCALS sI Barbara Jacob a local basis The theme this year Fuller has given vigorous support I' studies at William Carey College,

FREE AT Mr. and Mi.. ll. D. Strieker. la the "Challenge of Citizenship". to the program since its origin.1 I where ae. has been a.student for I
YOUR Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty Mrs. W. W.; The students hold classroom and Clewiston youths have placed the past two years. The groom la I
Kenneth discussions the subject' and, If employed by Western Electric in
and visitors each
N m snag Sage Young were on high In the national standings
In Miami Saturday.Mrs. desired, a school competition from year. Hattlesburg. j jI jI
Nf C Cafe Store Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Moody have val Station in., are at home for a J. A. Marsh spent several which three winners will be cho- Fisher's letter 'is as follows: (I I I

moved from Pahokee to dewiston, week's leave. days In MlamkUst week visitingher een. Their speeches will then be September 30, 1963 Too Late. to'ClaziifyOPPORTUNITY I 1
and are residing in the home oi George H. Cowman Jr., of University daughter i taped for the competition to be "Mr Eugene Fuller I I .

AI Fuller's Mrs. Pam Moody on West Ventura (If Florida Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs.. Eugene Fuller held under the Jurisdiction: of the Superintendent of Recreation on Route 10, Tea j

Avenue. spent the weekend with his parents were !in Miami Wednesday on bus local Post The local winning tape Clewlston, Florida I acres Itt miles East of Lee County

Mr. Wayne Hodges and children Mr. and Mrs. G K. Cotanan. mess I j will be sent to the District final Dear Mr. Fuller: I'I line, 880' frontage 'X.49).,deep. '

Country Store left Saturday for Beileview AFB Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crawford Mr. and ISftl Wm. T Stitt and and on up through state to the "In recognition of your splendid See owner's! ; _signs. ,Many uses for !

Nebraska, to Join her husband, and family of Tort Myers visited Mrs. Elizabeth Stitt are vacationing National finals It Is. a winner. contributions to the A.A.U Physical this good solid land on an upalope.
dewiston Phone YU S-S2ZI who hat been Sunday with his brother, R. H. in Texas, combining I There are four National winners
assigned there after i a pleasuretrip Fitness Program in the last two Ideal for business, grove plus
a summer of special training in Crawford, and family. I with .a, business.of trip for Mr. with scholarship awards years, it gives me a sincere plea. home. 3 driveways, surveyed, good
ranging in 'value from ",GOD to
Glade Roofing Co. California. Lt Hodges Is co-pllot Mrs. Richard Bethea, Mrs A. R. Stltt sure to appoint you' an Assistant title. Only $15 per front ft.. total

AD Types ef ...f e.4 on KC-133 a tanker plane in Strategic Broadfoot Mrs, Maxwell Downs, Guests of Mr and Mrs W. W. 5000.Information be secured Chairman of the National AAU. 13200. Owner Box 800 Route No.
Sheet Metal Wet*- Air Command Mrs. Goldie Dunaway Mrs. W. F. Sage in the home of Mrs. M. V.I from school authorities may Physical Fitness Committee ef- 1, Bonita Springs, Fla. oct31cSAFETY
or Doug : 1
New tr. Miss Diane Dark of Cocoa Beach NaIl and Mrs. Mildred Wood at- Glotfelty are Mrs. Sage's sister .
Repair Pearcy, State Chairman of the
and David Clark of the Universityof tended a day of Instruction for and aunt Miss Eva Finical of Wichita contest : \

Phone 2-7111 Florida at Gainesville, spent leaders of the Baptist Womens and Mrs. Jesse Eller of Westphalia 9

the weekend with their parents, Missionary Union. The meeting was Kansas f
Day er Evening Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark. held in Fort Myers on Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Leo Wheeler has returned Births !

T. O. lies 1243CLEWISTON. Mike Brantley and "Butch" Red. and Mrs. Paul Robbins of from Lakeland iwhere she spenta I
FLA. Ish. who have completed their Fort Myers spent the weekend few days last;week undergoing I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Brantley

basic training at Great Lakes Na- visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Robbins tests at the Lakeland clinic. I I announce the birth of a daughter, 1
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--- Mrs. Anna Mae Jones administrator Annette, on September 27 in Everglades !

Among the out of town guests of Hendry General Hospitalis I' Memorial Hospital FahoI

attending the fifteenth anniversary in Birmingham for a few days kee. !
Off. 844-1355 attending the regional of| Mr. and Mrs Ernest H. Williamsare
8 services at the First Methodist meeting I
the proud parents of a ion
the American College of
Church Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hospital
were
R... VI 8-2682 Administrators Mri. Jones is sec I Ernest Dwayne, born on September ,
Ellington of West Palm Beach, I
S retary-treasurer of the Central 27 in Everglades Memorial
Mrs. Florence Scott Mrs. R. D 1 I
Lundy, Mrs. Lloyd Witt. Mrs Wan Florida Hospital.Council. She Is Hospital Pahokee. I {
I Mr. and Mrs. John W. Daughtrey,
the guest of former Clewiston
da Shuford and Mrs. Faye Yoder, resident
Thurmond W. I Jr.. of Okeechobee, announce the
Knight all of Moore Haven, and Mrs. J. ( Miss Louise-Thorne, while In I'
Birmingham.mrs. birth of a daughter Kim Renee, in
B. Cox of Ortona.
"Accredited Farm & Land Broker" -- *-. is.-! Chalker- -- of Titusvllle I the Pahokee hospital on October I
Mrs Frank Gentry, Home Econ /
has arrived for an extended stay 4th. The belyryejgtned,4even'! 'iIJ-t/II
rimrmond Knight Realty. Sac OFFICKi omlcc.J ftru W.t.Qew: tsta with her daughter, Mrs Betty;; pounds\ ( ?2V4 ounces at birth. f
School and Friday
spent Thursday
Sea saps niTler Buck 2010 Avenue E Beatt). Mrs. Chalker is recuperating Mr. and Mrs Eugene Tanner of
of last week attending a tea.cher' '
Wn F4lBt B.a.'. Flarl<> Riviera Beach from a recent illness Immokalee announce the arrival' c
meeting in Tampa. of a son, Bruce Eugene, on Sept- 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis Sr. i
Mrs Caretta Cannon of Lake I.e .
ember 25 in Lee Memorial Ho.pital.1
called
were to Offerman
Ga., by
Placid, is spending a few days visiting
the Fort Myers. The baby weighed 10
unexpected death. Tuesday of
her daughter, Mrs. S. H. Stalls
and family his only brother C. M. Davie pounds, four ounces at birth. I J
I, Congressman and Mrs. Paul G.I I I Ie
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker Rogers, Washington D. C., an II ,
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: visitors Beach Student Council
were in West Palm nounce the birth of a daughter, I

Saturday. Plans HomecomingThe Rebecca Lain,, Tuesday October'
Dale Fuller who has been employed 8, at Columbia Hospital for Women I ,I. : I

I J for the past several monthsA CHS Student Council held In Washington. ; ;1, ",l \
contruction work, in the Clewls- its second meeting of the eAS
:year HEATER
ton area will return to his home Thursday, October 3rd, with president ; 1.. > 1
in Martlnivllle, Ky., the later part j /
Cal Ballantine presiding. PUBLIC NOTICEINVITATION 1tf.:., ,
I of the week. Plans were made -.for Homecoming VM 0at mom. for your' money 1wfefc ., r

I Mrs. Eugene Tanner and chil- November 8th and a Doarborn-tb. world's <
dren, Mr. and Mrs R. Brown, Mrs. theme of "Fantasy In Color"
was TO BIDDERS .... .*!. M beater. Mora
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Sauterne Port Burgundy Sherry Jimmy King and baby of Immoka chosen. Each class and, club chose The City Commleelon of the Cltr
.' lee, Mr. and Mrs. Van Burke of two colors plus white for their of Clewliton S:SO p.will M.receive EST October eetled bid II. rfrty Ucauaa its amazing Cool Cabinet never gets hot on

LaBelle spent Sunday visiting Mr. feats, including orange' and 1 futo the f ilo.r( automotiveequipm.nt halve' ss, beck or bottom...can't scorch walls, drapes or / '.

Chablis Heineken, Michelob and Mrs. T L. Tanner. black, 7th grade; red and blue, CD Heavy Duty tractor similar Msdsrotk.3dn.4 pikIIlJVM complete protection should '" '. ':"
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. FloydAndrews 8th grade; all colors (sponsors or equal to (Ford 4000 Industrial). ;
for the weekend were homecoming dance) 9th grade; This tractor to be equipped with sfttsw ft* wtinjtaiafof; More beat, because the Dearborn's I
the .
Minimum followingI of! 111 eu In die lac.- ill pi *...%. powrt volumes of beat out its louvered front '

The price III I. too ment RFM engine. Gaiollne(Independent or Diced Power): u.MMSSM I tfea far corners for wall-to-wall warmth. More ,: I

I"p. I, Standard take-off l-polnt hitch, fjsjsjsjeMpMCM. beaus It Vgfats utotmtlcallylce :

.. I Is medium... 4. Front-end Lo.d..l. similar or I
equal to (Ford Model Til W/ ti MT AND LIt us SHOW YOU THI ';:: '
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7'. cu. yd. Material Bucket). ; 'I
the luxury maximum... fBUfU I.Back.Hoo attachment, ilmllar or MMOUS DEARBORN t' ,
equal to (Ford Model 711 w/ 14"
Standard Trenching Bucket 11'dl..lnlr I
the car Is Mercury depth, and standard atab.
bailing ,ad.).
I. Mower attachment similar ,. Glades h
equal to (Ford Model COT Flall-7 Gas Co.DAN
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T. Tlree: Front: T:JOilS ply MultlReart .
rib 1.1.
14.txi4-4 ply All Traction McCARTHYPhone
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One (1) usa Model Ford Tractor .

,' 10"Front-end Mohawk Rotary Loader Mower and One to (1)beaccepted ] YU.2-1311 Clewiston Fla.
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1 a part payment.One
( I (1) Farm Tractor. elmllar or 1
equal to (Ford Model 1000 All Fur {
pose) equipped a* follow
1. Minimum of 144 eu. In Displacement .
w+ enrlne (Oaaollne er Dleiel
.I. see R.PM. Independent Power .
vwa m qr Take-off 58t 98t !
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D n ,L One (1) Mower attachment, elm- -
liar or equal to (Ford Model SOT '
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Flailft.. cut). ,
I. Tlrei Front 7:10x11-. ply Multi. ,"J I
Rib 11Reart Shopper's' 'LuncheonEvery : '
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One (1) UIf,Model Ford Tractor t
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The City Cbmmlialon r....... the .- Menu. II il
FEiffitiElti EBEttEiBB sight to accept the lowest or bat. i ,
bid> and to reject any or all bids, Choice of
When you want more than the usual in a medium-price-uu./ or No. 1.1 r. BLAIR I II I

Oct. 10. 17. 1M Baked Macaroni with ,
cheese
Mercury's the to look at. You'll find rich interiors in the en casserole ;

one NOTICH! or INTENTION TO tossed salad rolls butteror
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Extravagant spaciousness. Responsive The undersigned doll hereby ..or.tlfjr .
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/L..v./- e .;I te, Madvder rrylia power- 390 cu. in.V-8 is standard. And n.fictitious Electronic... at Clewliton name Sale*of and Florida eoctated Service, under ElMtrenlca buel.: the. Golden Brown fillet of blue water fish i ;

and that laid firm I* com-
pod of the followtnr persons Tartar Sauce French Fries Criap Cole Slaw I
; 4u_ x; i a choice of two different-looking styles. whose name and places of .ldneo
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Pan, Ix THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Fla. t
I'' Thursday, OctobqrUO, 1963 I Bowling League I League

\! a STANDINGS A&W: Root Beer had
JJ j Boat-A-Caders A. Duda &: Sons, Doug's City Barbers Team W L and 1674 series to a 57t lillie
over Echols Plumbing and' USS Corp ..................-...- 10 8 I place. 10 into !!rat
Will Crown Queen Richmond Plumbing over Everglades -' Parkinson ................--*..... 'V4 6V4 Julia Swindle had
In Clewiston Federal Savings &: Loan Sport Shop ........................ 9 7 ,! scratch game and bowled)a hi*Jl,
1 Assn. Joe LeavItt and Jim Cooley I Old South ......................_... .V4 74 over her average tor w
j Clewlston Is again preparing toact had 209 and 202 for the Richmond I II Q Canebrake ..........._........._.. Bye 'H series three linIt
as host to the Klslmine Boat- I Plumbing team. Anderson's Gull Baldree ...........-...........-... 7 9 I TEAM
I i'f A-Cade which makes an overnight i i I won 3 points from Carithers Radio Wilson Lumber .......__.. 6ft 8V4 Team STANDINGS
atop on Friday, October 23th.: An and TV (Clewlston) with D. A. Hare Lumber .,.... 10SCRATCH I
I Everglades dinner at the Elks Garcia tossing in a 219 for the win GS B8 I A&W: Root BeerPotashnick.Badgett__ 10 I

r Club outdoor facilities: drawings ners. Mullen's Office Supply took .... 427 I
I for prizes and crowning the Boat- 3 from Angel Brothers with Bill 1 4 R.Dora Padgett Belcher .... .... 1.-.w-- 413,, Dan's Glades Drag Line __ f I

f A-Cade Queen will highlight the Graber's 211, 837 leading the way Polly McLendoo .__.....-__.. coil! Restaurant 1)D)

9 r i .Clewlston The Boat-A-Cade stop. will leave Ktoilmmee HANDICAP HIGH SERIES tr[F'Julia Swindle HANDICAP RIGS
. ... 588
after Caroline Booth -
Thursday morning Kist
i two days of boating events, fish JII\1\\ Louise Campbell ..,. ,.... ....., sat Helen III
fries, barbecues, dances and parade Sally Walker .. ... .... .--. 55flfI E. Leavitt ? _____ 11
I *. ,The first night atop 1* I SCRATCH HIGH GAME |II| HANDICAP HIGH
I scheduled at 4E's camp, 84 miles C. A. Garcia won thefreehair- Dora Belcher ..,..,.......,..... 172 Julia Swindle ""?______ III
r Padgett ... .. .... Ruth Tiilman .
Rachel 159
down river, where a chicken and cut given away each week compliments : _
ribs barbecue to planned> followed of Doug's City Barbers witha Louise Campbell ...... ..,...., 151 Helen Elsie _.J
I by a dance featuring Halloween I fine 219 game. Labron Williamswas HANDICAP HIGH SERIES ,I Frances Carlin ...
Costumes. the Bowler of the week bowling Louise Campbell' .. ., 213 f SCRATCH HIGH
The Boat-A-Caden win arrivein 114 pins over his average. His YOU COULD NEVER GUESS THE TIGERS next move. Other Identifiable players John Dora Belcher -._:V. 213SallyWalker :Julia, Swindle _
f dewiston during the afternoon I average was 140 and this week be were ,katog the Scoring. Blue Streaks by a MeGee, 71 assistant eeach Bob Baker'with back n..r' / %',,...- 2U Helen Klte .n..
and will be given a chance tot bowled games of 149, 195. 190. Congratulations score of 74 at the Urn this picture was tak. te cameras Doa, Ant el.'Mi James Nelson. ,.ttl Louise RudVf,....?,,.?.....- 207 !France .Carlln ___ m
stretch their legs, let up tents, or to both men for their en. Assistant clack End BID bold tile'eIIan' and Henry Bowde, 10. The Tiger went on t* 11 I I
t I make .ready for overnight in their fine bowling beard, while head eeaeh Joe Bandy plot the win IJ-7 to their first Ridge Conference contest
boats or motel rooms. Tours of STAFF rHOTO.
1- the area will be arranged for those 61ANULATEDfir

,who desire It I stars their support. Who: knows eta, Jet v* Tigers ,. gels; Warrior vs Devil I ; R V
I making The Chamber' arrangements of Commerce for inform is- Flag Football you may be rooting for tomorrow's"Johnny Wednesday, Nov. 6: Jets vs Rebels, Thursday. Oct. 31: Warrior vsAngels'Devils
Comets.
Vnltast"! Chargers v* Tigers ; vs
r, a 11 o n booths, transportation,
i By WOODY CAUUTHEKSdewiston Monday Nov. 11: Rebel vs Tigers; Tuesday Nov. 5: Angels vs Devil;
tours, the Everglade Dinner, and ROSTER. OF LEAGUES Jets vs Chargers.Wednesday I Warriors vs Comets
other entertainment for the visitors.
Recreation Department Junior Lean Nov. 13: Jets vs Tigers, i Thursday Nov.7: Warrior vs Dev a
.: : reported a large turnout this year Us; Comets vs Angels.
Danny Chargers vs Rebels.
the dewiston the WARRIORS: Jack Belcher,
Following stop
for the :Midget and. Junior Flag Tuesday Nov 12: Devils v* Comets
Boat-A-Cade win visit Indiantown Bartley, Luis deArmas Billy 1
: for the third night's atop. and wm football program. Some 130 boys Edens Alan Hammock. Bob Kelly, JUNIOE LEAGUE SCHEDULEThursday I ; Warriors v* Angel.
for the which Includes
return on Sunday to 4-E's Camp registered teams William Navarro Freddy Robertson Oct 10: Warriors vs Thursday Nov. 14: Warrior vs
and KlMimmee. four Midget Teams and Tommy Sexton. Johnny Weathers Angels; Devil v* comets Comets; Angels vs Devils.
.,. four Junior teams. Gregg Miller and Steve Branan. Tuesday, Oct. 15: Angels v* Devils First game begins at 3.13: p.m. I
Bowling In The Midget League consisting! ; Warriors v* Comets. Second game at 4:15: p.m.
I of the Jets Tigers, Rebels and ANGELS: Dan Beardsley Ray- Thursday Oct 17: Warriors vs Any team falling to show up 10
I Badcock League Chargers made up of 7, 8 and t mood Blount Chet Booth, Edwin Devil; Comet vs Angels. minutes after starting time must':

year olds Campbell, Keith Carter, Don Car Tuesday, Oct. 22: Devils v* Comets forfeit their game. |
I Ted Roman's Dusting Service The Junior League, consisting! of on. George Harper J. B. Hath- ; Warriors v* Angeu. Any rained- t game will be
; really received a good dusting the Warriors Comets Angels and cock Mike Kelly Jimmy McCarthy Thursday, Oct. 24: Warriors vs played on the following Friday. 1 I
from Thursday ZJndsley night Lumber in the Company Badcock Devils. Includes the 10, 11, and 12 Al lanford, Danny Shaffer, Comets; Angels vs Devils. Playoffs win be scheduled at end DISSOLVIN'G'IAUTYtlt '
year olds. Gary Veale Gary Wilson Eddie Tuesday, Oct. 29: Cornets vs An of season.
Furniture' Handicap League Llndsley The 'regular season began last nseman, Jerry Holoubeck. Cecil
Lumber won 4 points despiteJ. Wednesday, October 2. for both
/ ,' Hill's 214 for Ted Roman's team.f leagues. Each team will play a 13 Keen.[ .
a Other teams to win four points schedule not the DEVILS: Kenny Brannan. Jimmy $ and spacious! Afl-new room In IXTRA-VAIUI HA-
counting
game
were league leading Badcock Furniture -I playoffs at the end of the season. Douglas Mike Galassinl. Randy '64 Rambler American plenty for 6 TUMI in every 1964
Company over Council's Gulf Harvey, Dennis Jackson Nicky adults. Longer wheelbase; same easy ban- Rambler: curved-
We would like to invite .
Service, Geneva's Drive-In everyoneto Kelly, Dan Nelson Gary Roth, ) cUing and fanned Rambler economy. glau side windows;
over come out and these
give :young- :I"" '
", Steve Sergeant, James Suggs, Ceramic-Armored
J" Mickey Williams, Lee Davis and f exhaust system; coil ,
r David Ellington. springs in all seats -
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COMETS: Ronnie Eubanks, Andy I.j front and rear; full
&'Waldron Andrews, Darryl Bartley Allen V 14' wheels; Double- ,
Westberry I Carlton, Ronnie Cattelli Mark Es- Safety brakes; and '-.--_ ;. '\ .
air, Richard Murphy, Billy McDonald many many more. := '
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Jackie Story Arturo Tomeu ". .
;' I Licensed Frankie Rudd Andres Land- '. .. )
PlumbingSales Bonded David /
rove, Armstrong.
j / SPORTY option: ?win-Stick

I I j. ", and Service Insured Midget LeagueJETS BEAUTY MAKES NEWS IN ;4x F. apohrtwractiaalroneofaixtranamiasionchoicainl964!

: Mike Baldree, Cecil Bell

''I 849 East Sugarland/ Highway Chain Rickey lodges Dickey, Baker Greg, Henry, David Howell Drake., Bartley Rickey Keith, AN ALL NEW 64 RAMBLER Rambler American I


t I'', ; Contracting Remodeling Repairing Johnson, Tim Jones Mike Kehoe,
Glenn Langston, Clint Miller Jose J
I 24-hour Service Phone YU 24141 Day or Night Navarro Matthew Prewitt Mark

'I Plumbing Fixtures, Galvanized-Pipe Cop PerltlDs. John Swindle, Frank Tom-
Union Jackie: Willis and Bobby
'fA per-Plastic-Cast ipe, Valves and Complete a EXCITING NEW/ '64 SERIES
(4 Hall.CHARGERS Ftmbltr Am.rlcin
stock
of
repair parts : Russell Andrews, n "M't RimbltrCluilceorV8RimblirAmbiiMdorV8
Steve Brannan Leslie Collins Billy il''
t Now in Stock Eklns, Ronnie Giddens Freddie
Crane Futures Rheem Water Heaters and Barnes Guthrie TImmy Hough Donald
Pumps Miller Eddie Miller Barry Martin,
ill l +a I Cy Owens Ricky Roland, Keith

j ; ;; Fred Westberry-Owners-Norman Waldron Simmons Ronald Veale, Jimmy
ValID Jeff Vaughn, Clay Walker,
G Jerry Worth, Allen Kelly, Terry
Tate Terrel FIelder Robert Field-
er.

REBELS: Ben Aguirre, Johnny
Boy, Mark Brandon Carl Berner,

Engines & Robert Blount Tony Elllaon Jeff ..
PumpsL
Edwards Rodney Hill, Bert Hunt,
Malcolm Hall Gary Hooker Noble.
Hart, Mitch Murphy Bobby Pearce, Entirely new,totally beautiful
& F Engineering & '' Pump Co. Randy. Rlcketson and Mike Willlama. -I 1964 RimbltrAintrictn 440 oennrtlbto

M,IIH( COMPACT CM Mltt-WHlM UWJ BECAUSE IAMUIIUSTEH
Proudly Announces TIGERS: Camllo Agulrre. Philip
Barton, Mitch Booth, Donnle Drake,
Marvin Drake, Robert Egley Steve BEMBRY RAMBLER MOTORS
their .
I appointment as dealers for the fam Galassinl, David Kelly, Martin
f HERCULES ENGINE line Lowe, James Martin
ous in Diesel, Jimmy Me-
I Phail, Arthur Platt. Johnny Reynolds 321 E. Si'garland Highwav: Clewiston Florida
and fuels from
I'I i : gasoline propane 16 to 545 James Elf, Russell Stevens, -

i '.; f: horsepower. Donald Sparks( Malcolm Wilson :"Watch the Danny Kaye Shew en CBS-IT, Wednesday evening H VM. Channel 4: --
and Mark Perkins I

: t" We also announce our appointment as

: I distributor for the full line of B. C. propeller Results to dateMIDGET:

I', pumps. Wednesday October LEAGUE Z: Complete Line Of

I Rebels"l.; Chargers, 0.
.: We want to share our good fortune Jets, It;; Tigers 0.

I :>;+ ;I with the fine folks in our trade area. Therefore Monday Chargers October, 13;-Tigers 7: I Building Material

:;.1 : we are going to have a very special Jet, 13; Rebel, I

"' ;foil< LOW, LOW price; on two of the.35 models JUNIOR LEAGUE S

3 : in the line. For a limited time. Thursday Oct. 3:
:1' Comets, IS; Warriors 7 -
.: Engine Special Devils 22; Angels 0 ', FOR LARGE OR SMALL
(Note: All Mttget game win
; Gasoline unit, 75W H.P. <3 2000 r.pm. $1,179.84 b* played ott Mondays and CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO
1 r'" t; Diesel unit, 66.6 H.P. @ 2000 r.p.m. $1,525-80 Wednesday Juniors ear Tuesdays
Pins'Sales Tax and Thursday Two gam CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILe
e* each day at 3:U and at 4:15.)

These are enclosed units except for Bide panels.r Include DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY .

:$ J :Murphy safety switches, clutch, and even battery MIDGET LEAGUE SCHEDULE
& cables. AND EFFICIENTLY.Hare .
t I Wednesday Oct. I-Jeta.* Chargers -
' ; Rebel v* Tigers.
,
, \ J We Abo Have Monday Oct. 14: Charger vs Rebels
I : Mobile Propeller Pumps, 8 to 18 Inches Jet v* Tigers ;, 5e
Centrifugal Pumps 2 to Inch ,Size Wednesday Oct. U: Jet vs Rebels; -

I I Re8sonablPriced: Bent or Sale Tigers vs Charger
Very Monday, Oct 21: Rebel vs Tigers,
f Kent 24 to 36 Inch Stationary Propeller
j I' Also Jets vs Charger "
6' I Pumps Wednesday Oct 23: Jet v* Tigers,


::1 \ /; ( L & F Engineering ,& Pump Co. Monday.en Chargers; Jets Oct v vs*28 Rebel Rebel: Tiger.' v* Charg.. tt.r eai:. Lumber and Ready.l Mix,A Inc.tt. .. '

Wednesday Oct 30: Jet v* Chargers -
Moore Haven. Fla. Ph. WH 6-2017 Rebels vs Tigers. YUkon 2-4411 Haiti St.CIeH'i'tO0Rob
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WANTED: Used. \ City Docket I Fla. THE CLEWISTON, October 10,NEWS 1963 Page SevenThursday :. I

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YU 1XU21. f of October Sad
ICIASSIFIEDAD., ,mrfm Cases disposed '
WAITRESSES : : in City Court by acting Judge Car.t lor 3 days; Thomas H. McHaw, Campbell, running red light $10.-

I los Dickey included William T. Improper driver's license: $12.50 :00; and Sheila Campbell careless

PHONE YUkon M201 NEW SUPPLY OF SCRATCH. dewlston.Harper's Harrison unlawful apetd 12000 or 9 days; L T. Rldgdlll, careless driving and causing an accident:
PADS are ready. News that is what I will take for my pay. __ ; driving, $12.80; Jackson Carson $19.00 or 3 day*.
... RATES: Four cents office. Only God knows what can
cIrIED ;you
I MAN WANTED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR disorderly conduct. $35.00;
70 cents
rd per lDserUon. Robert afford, I don't.2The TAX DEED
Overholt
four SDaertloDa erate a retail Florida Statute William H. Tuttle unlawful speed, I
cbar, : Chapter UUI
Second Ads for
UID Service if Splrltu.lHe1p..Auyone Check the Classified your
of three. la alien' that Carithers, public
NOTICES
hereby. $25.00 Tommy
price FOR this ;
the SALE area.
tot : Annuals. Flower and In FOUNTAIN, the holderof to the
needing help MRS. J. M Frank Garcia, unlawful name-win 2 tree pastes
week from the ha., filed drunk, 35.00;
vegetable plants in the following: certificate
individual finding God. better health, or more Theatre!
deed tot speed $29.00(}; Claude R Dixie Crystal
Mr.
peat pots. Corbin Farm and Ranch peace of mind, may call me at any Write .aidl.u.4 tbenrThe Certificate

for Sale Supply. ocU1cB hour of day or night, and I'll dom 627, WUllston, numb.r, year of laauano,. the and dea.crlptlon the.
of the property
miscellaneous, best to come to ;you. This service EARN $20 PER name la which It war Meaa4 are NewsEvents
Harlem
Is free. I do not take a* follow!
money permanent .
Certificate No. l
B Usiness'SerYI c.es for( it as God loves ;you. and wants man or woman Tear of issuance. 111
DOL1.ARs: on a 03. of property: Butar- I I
1.000,00 to help He will It to De.crlptlon
you. give me Write Mr. Heath : ton Blk 1, Lot 4. Colored Community
8D. Of Our
R Chevrolet. That li the amount of free, to give to anyone needing! and phis 2, Tenn. Name In which ........41 Jeiele and News

Licount you can get on one of the RADIO & TV wanting It. For either of theM Lee Crawford. BOX H0, CI.wl.tolloJ'll MRS. JANE S. GAIADHA 376Colored News Editor

(113 Chevrolets that we have left.1IL'RRY. SERVICE. Carltheri services, or both, call YU 2-40U. t4 of old property bln'Florida. Phone YU
won't last long at Radio & TV Sales with service County of Hndry. Stat of I Iunl.
they Nickell Building 108 Bond Street Yours truly Joseph Carrabba. Ito RIAL ... such certificate hall PTA COUNCIL October 4 at 7:30: p.m. It was decided -
Wells MoLtCo ,
avin."Chuck" ---- ,
redeemed according to the law the
1 c Owiston. Fla. Phone YU 2-644t Chuck Wells property deacrlbed In such .. b'l The Palm Beach Glades and to. elect officers during
., Inc. YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic cat. will b* void to the Hendry county1 PTA Council win next meeting. .
FOB SALE I BAHAMA'S OP ; bidder at the Court In.th Houe.Month door of hold their first! meeting'Sat, Oct On October 10th we plan to +j
BUGGY : ------- -- the tint Monday I
yABSH"owsmobile motor dual 12:50: SEWING: ; OF ALL KIND: We. I tint regarding! November. l ll. which I is the 4th I 12 at the Spady Elementary School, sponsor our first program which
style shirts. Alterations a FOR RENT day of November lfS. "talent show" featuring
,I Beach. The time 10 a.m.AU will be a
Delray
Contact Fry Hardware tfc Bahamian Dated thin Stth day of September
', dress making. Quilts for sale and 24421. "". units plan to attend and help ell of the talents within BAHS. We

J. J. Geiger will do quilting for others. Lucy Clerk DOROTHY Circuit MOORE CourtHendrjr CLARK mild a bigger and better PTA for will have creative dances, modern

Arrlngton, P. 0. box 14, dewbton FOR RENT: Two-room efficiency FOR SALE: County, FloridaCN I the school year 1963-64. dances, poems songs (teen-ag

INK F SALE Payroll envelopes., YU 2-4215. oct31p apartment furnished, upstal ". one large Oct.No.S, JO.10 11. 14. 1111 style) and coming from our great

printed wtih form for social se- Bert Turner 849 Sugarland Highway Ito home. Corner lot. LOCAL SOLDIER band we will have instrumental 4
and other dos
odtr withholding : RFAWLARRINENNiALSCHOOL. AWARD solos. A committee will come to
of 500. dewliton FOR RENT: New pianos $8.00 NOTICE OF RECEIVES
Box PLASTERING per
ductiona. BLUM
SONS Homer Lee the recreation center Just before
I Class
4th
I month. Trombones $600 month' SALE DISTRICT ELECTION Specialist
:News OtffCL_ Very Best Work Cornet FOR : Notice I 1. hereby given that anlection Battle has been awarded the Good the talent show is to begin and barbecue -
$600 month. Also aecord-
trailer and new We Save You Money rooms .1 I le called to be held on the U. S. Armyfor : ribs, which will be eaten
R SALE: Boat lans, Banjos, Guitars, Mandolins: 2-1951. Box 1253, first Tuesday after the flrat Mon. Conduct Award of the
Pasterlng Simulated
[ Evinrude motor, excellent con- Stone November, 1163. the lame "exemplary behavior efficient during the talent show. .
Holdrldge Music Center. YU 24781octlTc ida. grnnth
Mn. O. A. Anderson 344 Stucco Free Estimate i fifth day of November, and high fidelity for a period of In order to attend this affair
itjon. Licensed : 1M1. between the houri of T o'clock
and
Insured
W.r Arcade. Phone YU 2-4831 octSlcOR I DEMAND a.m. and 1 clock p.m. on old day three years" according to. a re- properly members are required to
21 Years In Business ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU EVER for for the purpoa of voting the. from the superior officer Capt. wear white shirts, blucjeans and
3850 Lora I age to b* aaaeaeed acalnat mm-I port
Street
SALE: Jacobsen 24" Keel 3-6881. tic nesses. We haVe county Special Tax School Galen :M. Ranke commander 4th sneakers. The founders of the
type riding mower with fibre Fort Myers, Fla. tic FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. ing. List JOur* No. 1, the lam. being the entire Administrative Company Fort Lewis "Teen Club" are Katie :Mitchell
ED /-0171 or OX 4-2874 ] County of Hendry, a. provided In .
!asa gross catcher. One 21" telerjlon. New kitchen. Three rooms Phone J. E. Beardstaj. Section 110.14 Florida Btatutee, 141, Washington. and Louise White. .

LaByer'i Motel. YU 2-2891 Home YU 2-3421. tic and I.Cf amended U47. by Chapter 11.Til, Capt. Ranke's report states: Some of the members are Sher-
Kentucky .
tic SANIBEL Only thoa who are qualified I Mr. Battle la assigned to 4th Ad ease Weekley Janle Young, Bobby
SLEEPING ROOM for rent $10.00 '
elector la the dlatrlct and
redding
Mutual Life Ins. per week for steady renter. Exclusive Gulf whose registration la recorded and min. Co. Fort Lewis Washington\ Canty Alxora Williams, Je.sie. "

FOR' SALE Parrakeets $2.00 ONE OF THE SOUNDEST IN Phone YU 2-3694. octlT front foot. Resort who pay tazea on real estate orfrg where he has performed superior Tolbert Dorothey Coleman Mary It

| .up. Mynah birds African love THE COUNTRY! shop. Attractive : nPr: :election.I ahall b* ..nUtl.4The duty in administration. H. is presently Lewis. Elizabeth Hobo, John c. "

i, monkeys cages, supplies AT YOUR SXRVICI FOR RENT: Two, one bedroom following have been deals1'ited in charge of pay vouchers of Brumfield, Larry Tooks, Willie J.fta_ .

et t boarding. Thompson Wild Sybil Cecil apartments and one efficiency In* ..101 a* polllne efectlontPrecinct plaoee for conduct. 1S2 men. He performs duties at Pope, Albert Pope, Paul Jones and., I'

Animal Farm. Phone YUkon JUc LaByers Motel. YU 22891. tic REAL No. 1 Burr1 Garage, clerk-typist locator clerk, finance ;yours truly e' I'

342 W. Sagamore Ave. NORTHSIDE Clewliton.Precinct No. 1 Fir Station La- clerk and file clerk. He Is now preparing The Teen Club will inform the.* I
FOR RENT Furnished cabins and
ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS' octlOp: $10.000. Belle to take three more years In public of all its hapuenlngs in the >',' ,
trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp NORTHSIDE 2 Precinct No. S Courthoiue, LaBell '
I Guaranteed. $1195 down., $14.04 SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom YU 21181. tic Precinct No. 4 Old Poet Office Ft the service for a tour of; duty In coming future, in order to present

|per month. LAKE APPLIANCE made. Complete line of ACREAGE$9,000. Oenaud Precinct No. I Felda Recreation Fort George Meade. Maryland, i to the community our progress -i it f

O.YU 2-7151. tic drapery and slip cover fabrics FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur- S ACRES as NEW nil'I Center where he will attend IBM schoolfor ; Gwendolyn: Patrick: reporter. l'
Free estimates. Call YU 2-M3L cubed apartment. Phone 21271. precinct No. I Annie Nail's Houe*, 12 weeks and will be assigned t
R SALE: Baby parakeets just tic bath frame Precinct No. 1. City Hall, Clewle-
Van Cothern's Custom Furniture ton. there. '
| off the nest. Some rare. Corbln loors. South Clewleton Battle vadu.ted1romHarlem CHURCH NEWS
and tit Specialist
ann t and Ranch Supply octTJc Upholstery FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer 325 FHA HOMES Precinct No. 1 Brerflad: Maionlo School in New Bethel AME
Lodge. Harlem Academy High
SAVE 1,000.00 DOLLARS on a '63 spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Beach and Precinct No. .. CUwliton Motor 1958 with first honor and is the Rev L. Holmes, pastor
CHANGE OR SALE Travel and
: Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic aka sizes I
Company, Clewleton
Chevrolet. That Is the amount of Sunday School, 9.30: a.m., H. L.
I Trailer: 19 ft Self contained payment Precinct No. 10. Maaonlo Lodge son of Mr. and Mrs. WUlle C. Bat. ,
f be parked anywhere) Shasta discount you can get on one of the FOR RENT: Small furnished apartment FOR RENT Building, LaBell Quarter.. tie who resides In Qewiston. McKlre SuptMorning
mar 4 '63. Chevrolets that we have left. BY ORDER of the Board of Pub' Worship 10:55: a.m.
veer Trailer. Brand New. $4500 per month, including houses as lie Instruction for Hendry County, The Armed Forces are looking ,
allot sleeps four has HURRY, they won't last ]long at lights and water, Phone YU Over 1.000 Florida, this la'h dr of Bptm. for men with this character andeadershlp. Evening Worship, 7:00: p.m.Women's '
app11nee. ...
gas be .. .
these savings. "Chuck" Wells Motor Club Meetings Monday
24653. _tic from for all .
The R. SPRATT, Chairman
new price is over $3,000.r
Co., Inc Itc irtces. Terms.INVESTMENT. ,J. HOnrl': BIBLE night Oct. 7 at the home of Rev.
will trade for property, inned Secretary and: Superintendent&raIn and Mrs. Lee Jenkins. '
I or unimproved, or may be YOU 2 SERVICES I OFFER PROPERTY. Bible Readers' Club, Tuesday
xhased for cash. A real bargain. 1-As ClewUton Window Cleaning lOSr&FOUND $360 MONTHLY\, Oct. 10. 17. U, II.. 1UI The many friends of Mrs. Cassie I night at the church. I

aU 1 for details. YU 2-3421. tic Service. With this service I CBS : -- lardy are delighted to know that Rehearsals for the choirs, Wednesday 1

OR SALE: Registered citrus trees hope to make a living for my wife LONG TERM,J of The Clewl.ton City Commlailon will receive of the sealed City she Is feeling much improved at and Thursday nights. .

I ready to go. Write Tomlinson's myself and of course the little STOLENRegistered -'fed-boned cane, grove bl<>. up to I:15 P.",. EST October his time and !is convalescing nicely :Mrs. Cora L. Thompson Belle

tiirserjr, Rt. 1, Ona, Florida. Phone one that's on the way. I do not seta hound Named BimBo. Weigh gages, minimum chine". 1>.U on one Utility Billing Ma. at her home I Glade was guest organist for the

pRospect 2-7188 (Wauchula) oct7p price for cleaning windows, at 100 lbs Marty Waldron, Phone YU LISTINGS Bide will b. conildered<< << only on Mrs. Georgia Scott. Mrs. Carolyn services Sunday. You arc always
I feel that is up to God and you 3-1581. Liberal Reward. J. M. equipment'viced which can on ahort notice West Mrs. Jeanette Ross, welcome to worship with vs.

OAf FOR SALE!:: 6ailip Consul I also! feel that If you ask God Her. Real J"bidder, and maintained by the Carmen Clacher and Al W"I I

Contact Fry Hardware tic what is fair, he will tell ;you and Miss Gervli Hathcock 530 East meet The thee Utility minimum Bllllnr Machine .hall of Jacksonville, were weekend OF THANKS

__a SAVE 1000.00 DOLLARS on a '63 Fire, Auto (1) Electrically" driven epeclfloatlona.: guests of the Hardy Wallace and I I wish to express my sincere "

Ml!aslss1..a.........."..........a..a.! Chevrolet. That is the amount of lelectore.'(I) Fifteen or mora accumulative Beckton families in Clewiston. thanks and appreciation to my

discount you can get on one of the dewlstnn. Fla. (5) Twelve digit totals So each Rev. L, Holmes is visiting in many friends for their kindness

4 '63 Chevrolets that we have left. : selector machine to be bid P.0.0. Tallahassee this week where he during my recent illness. I extend ,.v'4
HURRY they won't last long at Public C'to'' \ :. Florida, will be the guest of the Greater a special thanks to Dr. A. D. Johnson -

BUSINESS DIRECTORYI these savings "Chuck" Wells Mo cat.Federal furnished Tax. E..mptioD Cettln i Florida AME Annual Conference. Moore Haven, the No. 1 Choir ?

tor Co, Inc. Itc Th* City Commleilon the right and the Young Women's Home Mis.skm i
of
.CIWA"? r..e".! to of
Friendship Baptist Church
acc.pt the lowllt or bet bId and CHAPEL PROGRAM ,
I '' to reject any or all bide :Mrs. Vera Whitfleld, Mrs Ora Robinson
SEE US FORBOTTLp I September M, ) C. F. BLAIR! The (th B Class of Harlem Academy -
GAS miscellaneous [Wanted t will not b* .., CV No. IM presented a chapel program to Mr. and Mrs. Grady Moody ,
EVINRUDE nrurred bjr .. Oct. 10. 17. 1(11Custom Mrs. Battle Dixon and daughter,
.If. the Elementary department last
Miss Betty Dixon and aU the
AppliancesSalesService Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. The e
CN NG. 181 friends who remembered me in
Sales and ServiceNew WANTED: Vacuum cleaner In food Sept. IS. II. Dot t. Tailored program was as follows: their prayers. May God continueto

condition upright or tank model.Call Song, America, Audience; Scripture bless
each and aU of Respectfully
and Used Motors YU 2-3421. tic NOTir-B OF Willie Lambert; Pra.er.6th you

Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION REGISTER DraperiesSlip Grade: Pledge 6th Grade; N,1 4
The underalmail MRS. BERTHA JONES
Parts and Accessories tlfr that wt are Poem Shirley Hamilton; Introduction --- :
Marine Safety Equipment vie* atatlon of speaker, Hartley Gray.

none Yukon S-U11 Real EstateExclusive arland under th Highway. Speaker Mrs. J. S. Gajadha; .JULIA'S :y' I
arena Cltlee ... CoversFree Musdal: selection, L. Hart M. San

R.E. WALDRON CALL COLLECT WY M521BENDBY : : Listings firm whoa la namee eompoied and ders, B. Davis and R. McCray; An- BEAUTY NOOKFor

South Bay are a. followtt nouncements. Remarks, A. A. That New Look
Office open AJL4 P.M. Daily; Harvey D. Tinting Styling _
Gertrude Estimates Thomas, principal; School Song, CatOnr
WALDRON'S COUNTYTile and Ownerahlp of audience; Benediction. No AppotntmenU.
& Abstract Co. Sunday.For vie* la aa followsHarvey : Friday and Saturday
MSAIS Sale D, Mr... JmB Sale, PrtrprIee.Hilton' .
AND
CROCKETS: TKle A..traet.-'I111e' InmasMWFnbUe Gertrude. ( ArtcraftUpholstery
BteeorraplaerI'IaetoeopJlq Trade equity In 113,000 home It I* our t. CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
'W t m. to 1 p.m. & S to 8 P.M.Six JvpUe.CIq In Ft Lauderdale for dewlston Clerk of th* 1 1 11TH EPISCOPAL DISTRICT
for Hendrjr
Days a Week Bridge S& and lark Ave. property Improved or unim *.' the aald : :/ ; Bishop W. F. HalL presiding

(CLOsED EVERY TUESDAY) LaacUO Eta. J.lzn r. 0. Box WORssre proved 2 O'-,HW1 27 frontage inside Cities of .Chapter service IOIH. West Florida Conference Oct. Grocery I

city limits of Oewlston. May be ACTS *.f/1141. 812 Avenida Are. 16-20; Allen Chapel AME Church, Groceries Meats
v Tour Spur Moment Picnics'our : For prompt. Efficient purchased whole or part. ./ GESRTft! Rev, Y. B. Bruce, pastor Pensa- Vegetables I

Home delivery 5 acres of cane within H Roil CN NatlOct S, 15 IT. 14. cola, PTa.Orlando. Cold Drinks Essential Items 1 .
Miles East: of Oewistoa )f Lake on U.S. 27.Trailers. Florida Conference Oct. W* Appreciate Your Patronage ;- i

OF 'THE MIAMI HE1ALD 23-27; Bethel AME Church Rev Mr. and Mrs. 'Thmtoa HDles ,
Ban Beach A. C. Chandler pastor Lakeland. FroprietenHarlem ,

Call Bobby Giddens 4 city lots, paved street. fenced ., ATTENTION! Central Florida Conference, Nov
Y11 31111W 6-10; Greater Bethel AME Church I
tank Ic
well & pump, septic
patio for House Trailer. 10' z Walter S. White pastor Gaines Club'' I

Attention Cattlemen 95 Trailer included. Total price Farmers;Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK ville. )1

$4000. and take over Trailer East Florida Conference, Nov. 20- Your Favorite Mixed Drink .-
I**"* Is the time to ......wa.. payments. Terms to right party. TO TIlE FUTURE AND 24; St. Stephen AME Church Rev.J. Cocktails I

debts witt a Ions tern fans S. Johnson pastor Jacksonville. Fried Chicken Sandwiches '

his. .low Interest rates with Income WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING South Florida Conference Dee. Recorded Music Popular BandMr. '

418, Greater Bethel AME Church and Mrs. Win WaJDae
y .
Federal Land Bank 2 acres on U.s. 27. 190' frontage Rev. S. A.. Cousin pastor, Miami Proprietors)
business and excellent I IjJ
with ,
A Lew Cost Fans Mortanif Bahamas Conference. Dec. 13- .
See or Write living quarters. This is a clean STCDEIAL LAND BANK LOAN 15; Ball's Tabernacle AME Church

W. L HAY presentable opportunity for the Win Farlsk Cash Toe Rev. Edward E. Benjamin pastor I LAWN 8BSVICK i. '

''nn< persons looking for quality and := debts. Nassau N.P. Bahamas. Efficient and Friendly; K i
Waleald B-fldto Income. S fam trnproremoate SMW tnOdtar*. pvefcaMwtod
........ Elerida sasehuMe and toaiaJI Irrlgados. We want Your Business
e Acreage Assist. !. porcaaao of a farm arrro or raaek.rwekaae TEEN AGE ACT1VITU3' Wt aim to satisfy ,,1 I

S men land.FrerUte The new teen club of Harlem Academy Allen's Lawn Service
e oapttal leads for Oo farm e.t fyels..
200 acre Ranch. Some In High School has organized! "
Tampa Tribune ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN with YC10ta 3.4141 ; '4
sugar cane. balance in pasture. 8. L. Humphrey as our sup '
HAS ALL THBSK ADVANTAGES EJberi AD. Jr. rrvprfatorCARD
d 8 mile South of dewiston. ervisor. The first meeting! was held ;
I. Lower pa,..... !/ 1f
FL Myers. 5 acres on Dew Highway 27. .. Loacer tanas tsp< te I* years).
t
t CaD |.PepxdaMo aerrloa (aenteg agrteaUsm oxehutroty ,
New Pre. e. rtnee 1 17).
Frank Denmead 4. Fsdl' vropamoai prtrflono wtOovt ....-. ELITE GROCERY

W.HATHCOCK'S 0 CoKPBJELLW'1Il DeJhwo Bedstercd Beat Estate BrokerIIS .. Loan aenriM. by soeal people taaaStar with Reed agrttwtare. ">

Phoe E. El Faso AT*. If we ear b. of untie to Fee please write or. pleas Groceries '
Fresh Meats School
at YU M411 SnppHe
W. L MAY. Mgr. or DOYUC. .. ABBOTT. Asat Kgr. Y .
frosa Fair Grade
Office across '

*r dye ffl wtat JOH3CBOK AaaodateaJUANITA Federal Land Bank Associationof Cold Brink'>t* Clerdaton New ;


&ttp SAUS8 A BBXTIOITATION YUMK1CAX10LL Other Items ( y '"

1Qu1JUJno: .. _TICII L. BENSON Bradoitonitmtt

CWb onHe YUMSSS For Information Call YU 27681I "
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Eight THE CLEW1STON MEWS Clewliton, Fla. ty to meet and advise with growers South ResidentsAsk
Thursday October 10, 1963 ,I on problems of their area. Clewiston
-- ---- Ho has held field: days and '"a

7.! I tours for growers and residents in
'j |I an organized program for promoting City' Water Service f
agriculture. He has made

j over 1,000 farm and ranch visits I A request to the City Commission f The commission 11 111 hold a special
as county agent, disseminating Information to make city water availableto meeting as required by the
on better methods of'I residents of South Clewlston city charter next Monday eves

agriculture, and served as liaison II was presented by Walter Chris nlng, to select a mayor and vice-
between residents and the research -I tian, who submitted a petition mayor and reorganize for the comIng -
of the state extension system bearing 39 signatures at Monda'sI term.
I working for advancement of I commission meeting I j Present at Monday's meeting
Florida agriculture. FolhiU has I The South Clewlston residents were Mayor Leon Bembry and
I Ir r promoted Hendry County and Its hope the extension of water mains commissioners Mattson McCarthy:
agriculture all over the state to service the new" refinery which Jones and Slkes. City attorney
through speeches and participation -, Savannah Sugar Refining Corpo- Carlos Dickey Acting city manager -
in public meetings, through ration will build 4 miles south will Blair and Deputy Clerk Webb.
t newspaper articles and televisionand them to have ,
aI give the opportunity i I i >
I II Ii r
radio appearances. I city water In their community. At :
I "Hendry county is like a sleep- present there is'-no service to Visitors Win L
big giant beginning to stretch South Clewlston and residents depend I *
I PHIL FRANCIS AUTHOR OF SALT
WATER FISHEwTri
itself', said PolhilL The next ten
on their cwn deep wells and Car MAINE TO TEXAS" boats one In the Gulf noy
I I years will be fabulous years in electric pumps. : Sports Rally proving Us {stiles/
i i iI iI terms of agricultural growth of
The commission, referred the I --
this area. I am glad to have had petition to Commissioner Dan McCarthy I I Guest participants took the first fee. The community is also invit- Boat
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I a small part in this growth and I who will Investigate the two places In the Glades Sports ed to use the services if they first Safety Laws
look forward to continued opportunities Car Association's October rally, contact the Chapter Pasture Chair- Will Be
cost of bringing water within reachof EnforcedFresh
1964 LEADERS OF THE CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COM- of service to the people of South Oewiston. !held last Sunday. Winning car was man Jimmy Dana at YUkon 2-
I MERCE. President More L. Bishop center, with other officers of the Hendry county." The commlssloa voted to advertise the TR-3 driven by Sgt Doug Bal- 3801 or the Ag Shop at YUkon 2- water fishermen and buters :
lard of Fort Banning, Georgia, may look forward .T
to
: local Chamber, are making plans for an active year ahead. Left torlfht for bids for new tractorsfor 4272. m
and Fort Myers. His navigator was tive enforcement
others are Mrs. Stella Plrkle, secretary, Abner II. Vana, treasurer of the bails
the streets and park department
his wife Betty, of Fort Myers. safety laws
and Robert W. first and second Head Hunters on Florida's then
Carroll Benson Kelly, vice-presi
J ; use and tot,.a new billing
eIth- lakes
l This was the first rally that JV's Looking For and streams as
denls.-8TAFF PHOTO.I personal:
machine
for
the office. I
1 er of the Ballards had run which the Game and Fresh Water Flu
i --- Something New Others matters receiving the may or may not prove anything Commission complete
TouchdownThe an
First tutor/
log of the Caloosahatchee river commissioners attention were relaUve -
i Second taken by Dan-
', place was ment training program'
I Area Engineer I II and a lock at Alva work in the Stimulating new interest to closing the fiscal year ny Lanier of Belle Glade in his Tiger JVs are still lookingfor by the Florida Boating Council.sponsom.
South Dade area the Fort Pierce among squad members of the and starting a new one. i I little red Fiat 600 Sedan. Danny
their first touchdown of the
I area, and between Boca Raton ClewUton Tigers Is an exclusive ... had two passengers one of whom I Assistant Director Fry till
WaterI .. .f after been shutoutby
.
.. season having
f Outlines and Boynton on the east coast, known "head hunt I "We feel that an accelerated
; set, as Hall and Pearl Hires forfeited $25tonds. navigated for him. Third place Pahokee 32-0 Belle Glade 27-0 program
I and raising the height of levee on to Coach Joe of boating safety educator
en, according *' ,was the best any G. S. C. A. mem- and Tuesday night by Okeechobee and
law
Lake Okeechobee. Bundy. Affray: Larry Williams, $35 ber could do. It went to the Lan 13-0. enforcement on the mew
Control Program Lake Okeechobee is the focal To be a member: of the select bond forfeited; M.: J. Johnson $23 cia sedan! driven by Betty Ann remote Inland waters will help It-
point of the entire project, said Tuesday night's effort was by duce boating accidents
I group a player moat accumulate or 10 days. Francis and navigated by Phil loci pn
t ; Wlesenfeld Wlesenfeld. The Kissimmee river which far the best, even though they; mote a safer boating record
C: E. area engineerfor four claw marks, No driver's license:: Alex Bang Francis. fc
'I the Corps of Engineers in the work will make it possible to bring are awarded for outstanding Finney $50 or 30 days: ? Rufus Rex I I I The next G. S. C. A. meeting were badly outmanned as In the Florida. Many of Florida's taw
I 18-county Flood Control District, I water Into the lake more rapidly blocking, IS tackles daring a and John Braxton-Brabb each forfeited 'will be held on October 15 at 8.00 preceding games. waters are unavailable to an bt
described the status of the various' in times of heavy rainfall; raising game, Intercepting a pass, recovering 150 bonds.Disorderly (|'pm. The next event, which will The baby Tigers Journey to the smaller boats that contribute
works of that project to Kiwan- the levee will enable the laketo fumbles or other accomplishments conduct! Jasper be a gymkhana is scheduled for Lake Placid for a game with the heavily to boating accident bI-
1..I lans at the luncheon meetinle..1 hold more water in storage and In a game. Howard[ $200 or 60 days; Shirley I November 10. Dragon JV's in one of their most Cause of Inadequate safety equip.

4 jl! .: terday Itl j the works the along Intrusion the east of salt coast water prevents Members are Identified by Wright, $200 or 60 days, suspend- evenly, matched games. meat"Biii'i
"skull and bones" hired ed; Earl Jenkins 133 or 35 days -
the cross
Now under construction Is ate: into the water supply of the coastal F. F. A. New
with credit for served Geor-
time
the helmets of the players ;
on
I; rles of locks in the Kisslmmee river towns and area.
I w' charter members of ,e Williams $35 or 35 days sent- The Clewlston Chapter Future
p the straightening and widen- The tremendous amount of recreational I
Mike Marina and ence suspended upon leaving Farmers of America have recently
club
the
,r'I' I are
facilities Is a valuable StoreFormerly
C0\13-1 purchased a pure-bred Hereford Package
Alberto Morrell however
of the FCD work and ty.No
by-product : valid driver's bull The bull was
with license; Wallace breeding
I after Friday nights
game
: the Corps will cooperate with all !I
r Sebrlng, the roster Is expectedto : : Otto Campbell $12.SO or 10 purchased by The Sears Roebuck
HOUSE & SPOUSE :local authorities when possible hi grow. daya; assault and battery, Robert ''Foundation and sold to the Chapter ( Seminole Package Store,
these facilities in
including the Fender plead not guilty and was I for $250.00. His name is "C. C. Bond Street)
{ work as it progresses, said the placed under $30 bond until next L. BATTLE MIXER III".

speaker. Chief among these are Volunteer CounselorFor term of court; beating board bill: : He was calved on May 5, 1962. Has Moved
PROTECTOR
to
boat ramps, picnic sites, and recreation -
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Juvenile Court N. F. Lowery, ease continued; The purchasing was handled by
| areas such as Is being carrying concealed weapon: Charlie Mr.. C. Langford. The bull was
*. i I provided near the new spillway James W. Wright, counselor for Hawkins, Jr., $73 or SO days, I brought to us from Zolfo Springs, 336 West Sugarland HighwayA
j fit I southeast of the Moore Haven lock the Juvenile courts of Glades and with weapon confiscated. Florida and as of October 3, 1983

Plans must originate with local Hendry counties, has appointed Failure to have vehicle under be was 17 months old. complete stock Imported and Domestic Liquor,

Interests who seek the cooperation Garfield D. Rogers, as volunteer control: Charles Bras Owens $23 Harold Jones Is the general Wine and Beer
I of the Corps through the Hood counselor with approval of the or 10 days; running stop sign: caretaker of the bull and he and

'r' Control District judges and boards of county commissioners Judson Lassiter Leonard, $23 or I other members plan to halter Open Daily 10:00: a.m. to 8.-00: p.m.
'i.i Fred 0 Dickinson, West Palm of the two counties JO days; driving on wrong side of i break him and show him In the 8:00 to 12 Noon
i .. Beach attorney and former senator Rogers is resident of Harlem at road: Ralph Calvin Ogle-tree $25 Hendry County Fair and Livestock Sunday : a.m.

Abner H. Vann I prominently mentioned as a Clewiston, and manager of Rogers or 10 days; destroying private Show.
gubernatorial candidate, was a Harlem Funeral Home. He volunteered property: R. J.,Rdts, $25 bond for The chapter also plans to Drive-In Window for Your Convenience
J I ;; :, guest at the meeting, and spoke his assistance to Dr. feited. -. charge $500 per head breeding
: Ph. briefly, following a warm Introduction Wright, who finds him well qualified -- -- --

1, YU 25971Stitt I I by H. T, Vaughn Charles for the work. Degrees from
Mundell Arcadia a member of Florida A&M University, Gammon
,
I I' ,.' I I the Florida Council of 100 was Theological Seminary Boston University -
; I also a guest and Bethune-Cookman University -
farm Life Insurant Company. I I are some of the qualifications -
; Horn Offlct:Bloomlngton, Illinois.J 1 1i .
r Heart Patient duties.which Rogers brings to his r a wyS

I new ,
i Needs BloodAn Dr. Wright says Dr. Rogers has

..' ('Y ('y" qyl E already relieved him of a large
: : appeal for blood for a patient
caseload in the Harlem Community -
,.. who is scheduled for a very
S tlPf v
(; L and he feels the work of the
u t' serious heart operation was made
Juvenile Court will be Improved
this week to Clewlston residentsby
through the services of this volunteer
the family of Mrs Priscilla
PERFECTION WILL BE. | counselor.
Nobles who moved In the
,
away ,
REACHED WHEN THE -
r I,I early summer after residing with
AUTO CAN BE MADE FOOUINTHEOTHERCARPROOF. her husband at Ehrllch Trailer County Court
.
f j Court
4. Mrs. Nobles' sister writes that Plea Day j

Mr. Nobles is unable to meet the Cases with arrests made by
f costs of the 40 points of blood Wildlife Officers were presentedat e &* _
which doctors say will be needed. Hendry County Court's Plea

;f t. I ", r0 Members of the family are donating Day Monday with Judge B. N.
r a blood and they hope friendsin Parsons fining Larry E. Bronsonand
jI Clewlston can also waist I Randolph Thorsen each
Inquiry at the Hendry General cost of court nf the Game War

Hospital has obtained the information den's mileage on charges of bunting -
that blood donors will needto doves in a .closed county.
go to the Palm Beach County Charged also with hunting doves
Blood Bank, 15th and Spruce with dogs without leashes, the two
Street West Palm Beach, which Is were fined costs of court. On a 8 8w

open from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., third charge of trespassing on an
Mondays through Fridays and Saturdays enclosed area, the two were fined

Slow and Live from 8-12 a.m. Wednesday $39 or 35 days each, sentence sus
I Drive nights the Blood Bank will open at pended.Charlotte.

I 7:30: by appointmentMrs. Fletcher H e a d 1 e e.

Nobles Is at Peter Bent charged with driving while Intoxicated ,,
Brigham Hospital Boston Mass plead not guilty and had orwrr
The request for blood was writ- bond set at $200 until the next session
I ": tea by her sister MM. Wm. B. of County Court. d
; : Miller 2895 Northeast 32 street Also charged with driving while
t Ft Lauderdale. who wrote the Intoxicated Charlie Hawkins Jr.,
I I _________ Ckwiatoa dumber of Commerce, and Alex Bang Finney were each r' ,

I _________ mania that Mrs. Nobles was fined $200 or 60 days plus 90 days
1 ,, h I* the wtsorr to the "Name the Wa revocation of licenses; Willie Sol
: terway" contest conducted by the Evans $200 or 80 days, with license -
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6
<1 ',4 Chamber to the spring. revoked for 6'months. Harry

'., :: : eertita Corbett and Drennon Floyd
1", I, Barton; each forfeited 1200 bonds.
t) J1o" Polhfll! Resign* For speeding: Flarria Lee Me
I
I ; r 1 0fI.J CoetffasM torn Fags 1) Bride, $29 or 10 days; $39 bonds
,t t" } where BOW over 81,000 is offered were entreated for Lillian Claudette -
*da year to provide' incentive Welborn Zulntln Wilson

,1 Boots Guide Cos.- Ic. and be was largely responsible for Kneen Robert Leiter Sprlgle,

,. Fishing Tockl! SuppLUs steering the Fair building plans Clarence Wyman Kidder,- John
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I to fruition also. Davis Covington and Sheppard N.

'::1 Johnson't1Fishing lie has developed educational Daniels.
t11 I r: -, programs in vegetable, citrus and Albert :Miller Aron Johnson r

: Camp 'cattle, provided leadership in obtaining and Charlie Thompson were each
I' 1 i'iII' specialists In research In fined $29 or 10 days on drunk
ClrwUtoa, FJa.f. .
these fields to come into the coun-: charges; on similar charges Joe
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- I j t Edward's When winter calls the signals be ready 1

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,1 Let's' Go Bowling this weekend Plumbing RepairRep1acemenb Wben./ootba11t fill the air and autumn leaves begin to fall, it', time to see your I

1 l I g "6 Plenty of lanes 'available for open bowling RepairINSTALLATIONS Standard Oil dealer for a Fall Certified Cer-Check. He checks your car inside ,

I! : Monday and'out., wintcrproofa it from bumper to bumper to assure
at all time, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, you trouble-frea draw

j f I j all days and all evenings. TROUBLE MASTER:.SHOOTING LICENSE: ing;'Jn the cold month ahead. Fall Certified Car-Check Is another of the waysSTANMSO -

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