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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 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 36 NUMBER 42 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1963 I'f' '

! Held in Circuit Court


!Commissioners Name:

.? the fall term of circuit court. Wayne; E. Lynn plead guilty to I ,
In LaBelle Mono a charge of
1Ihicb convened forgery: and was sentenced I
there were four retrials un- to one year at Raiford.
' dJ1. the se passed by the U63 legislature forged check at Royal' Store in / AI iY v T. H.Jones Jr. Mayor

MMI convicted previously with- Owls ton.George. : ,
benefit of legal representation Paul plead guilty to unauthorized
out t
they were unable use of a motor vehicle
court because chosen collection: : system is virtually
j T. H Jones. Jr. wa age :
fees were provided and was placed' under
: oar attorney probation Mayor of Clewiston for the next complete, and the disposal plant
Defender" torfptesent for
with a "Public one :year.Prosecuting. reorganlzatlonal beginning. We have done much in
at the
two ,
retrial of their 'I year
In
Attorney Frank
them Schaub meeting of the city commission the field of recreation and we have
and
Assistant George He succeed Leon Improved our office efficiency; we
ca Monday evening.
of Fort Myen Vega, handled the
W Ed Weaver cases for the Bembry who completed his first are expanding and improving our

was Public Defender for the four state.Members I term a* mayor but remained on electric distribution system, all
Area Nathaniel Jackson plead of the grand Jury: are the commission for another term. of which have been of benefit to
to breaking and entering Melvin Wilder, foreman Verne
pull our city and citizens", he said
Mr. Jones JI i serving as mayor
commit a felony and i
'lith intent to Harper acting foreman Benjamin The commissioners expressed
I sentenced to'four yean atIsaiford Rlgglo, Richard V. Roland, JohnE. for the second time. He wa and mayor 1961. appreciation and commendation to
for two in 1980
with credit for time al- Banker Elbert Jordan. Char years commission Mayor Bembry for his work. during
Ittsdr served. Jackson was charg- lei Forshee, Jr., M. D. Bledsoe First appointed to the this time.R .
I ij i with breaking Into the ACL.I George Ed Fortson Gerald A. 'to fill the unexpired Mr.term Jones'of the is O. Mattson was elected. vice
late Wm. C. Owens
I to dewlston. Francisco Watson Daryl: E. Cox George D. the mayor, tax collector and public
tenth on
Inures. plead guilty to escape: Jones. Aaron N. beginning his year
Pearlman TIBet +1 to Clewiston work commissioner;" Fred C.
He
commission. came
I and was sentenced to 15 months Crawford, Jr.. Alonm R. Torbert, -a- ..... '-.. in March of 1946 Sikes was elected city clerk tax
lit Raiford; he had received a 15.; Meredith' C. Face George Wm. THREE KEY SUGAR OFFICIALS chat informally Shown left to right, are DaD BeardsUiy. coop from and is Sarasota director of real estate for assessor and treasurer and Dan
Loath sentence on a charge of agleavated I Bauer and Noble Johnson. following the buffet dinner at the Clewls- growers Lots DeArmss. general manager of the United State: Sugar Corporation. :McCarthy: commissioner of Public -
assault Thomas Fara-, ton Inn Saturday night. .> which the Glades Moore haven Sugar House; Harry Vaughn president i utilities-all of them holdingthe
I bet plead guilty to charge of man- County Sugar Grower Cooperative was bat ( of the U.S. Sugar Corporation: and George Mayor Leon Bembry: presided same, Jobs as at present Leon
Ijlaughter and was sentenced to 12I NEW DENTISTIN Some tOO cooperative members, their wires and Wedfeworth. president of the Glades Sugar Coop in opening the meeting Monday Bembry: was chosen commissioner .
,tears In the shotgun slaying of guests enjoyed: the social following a, meeting of Belle Glade. Officials of other sugar companies evening. Carlos Dickey: acting I of recreation the post vacatedby '.
I Robert Roberts a guest la the CLEWISTON of the Co-operative stockholders that afternoon. were also presenl.-8T PHOTO. city Judge administered the oath : Jones in moving to the mayor's
Irarabee home on New Year'a Eve, of office to the three commissioner "

1 1960. dewiston has a new dentistDr. beginning new terms: Tom seatThe
I commission voted unani
] guilty to James Gaunt Jr. ha Jones Leon Bembry: and Fred C.
Seldon 1. Gill plead T. Glades Officials mous approval of the mayor's
Sugar Co-op Slices. The oath 1* an Impressiveone
Isolation of the liquor law and was opened a dental practice in dew taken appointment of Carlos Dickey at
almost identical to that
in Raiford. Dr. J. ,
Ijentenced to two :years iston sharing the offices of and
acting city judge as attorneyfor
I Lewis Compton, charged with GUru ( W. Ezelle on second floor of the by the governor of the state;
the city of Corky Blair as act-
I declared not an indigent and Nlckell Building, corner Sugarland the commissioners solemnly promised
I disqualified from retrial under the Highway and Bond Street I Record Yield to,"protect and defend the, tog Webb city manager and of Mrs. Mane -
as deputy clerk.
Anticipate Sugar constitution and government of the ;[
I public; defender law. He was re Dr. Gaunt 1 JI a native of Florida United States of America and of I I Mayor Jones addressed the
WIled to another county where and lived at Ochopee during his all commission briefly and informally
the State of Florida against .
I be is presently serving a sentence boyhood. He attended Emory: University I'and said "I shall sit In this chair _
I tor a liquor violation. in Atlanta as an undergraduate I With the start of this :year' sugar Co-op officials report member- 47 members now. Among them, enemies domestic and foreign" a sort of moderator knowingthat '
I Ger- and harvest lea than a month hip in the sugar growers' group 17 both old and new have recent- I II Ii |lal
Judge Lynn student was grad
In new cases the work of the city 1* to good
member of Glades County has swelled from the orglnal 23 Continued on Pap Eight I '
I aid sentenced Elbert Jones to two uated from the University of Detroit away I feel a* we all do, that we
I,Tears at Raiford after Jones plead Dental SchoolHe I Sugar Growers Cooperative Association ;have ahead of u* a period cf

| guilty to breaking and entering, has served one :year as dentist d' Inc. are rushing to com The November Election 'growth for which we will need to
of acre
7,100 more
planting
land James Windom received a with the State Board of Health plete 'plan and be ready.: X am sure that
I sentence of three :years in Hendry and In that capacity visited Hen- of. cane for next year' harvestThis | each commissioner will give their
I county Jail on the tame charge. dry: and Glades county with the :year's crop of 10,417 acre Because there i* some misunderstanding among Hendry: county ;I fullest cooperation. X suggest that
I Both were charged with breaking mobile dental unit, which examined i 1a only a slight increase over last voters on the combined school and state elections: on November 5th, each of us make a list of the needs
I into Nobles Bar in LaBelle in Sept- teeth of children in the public :year' 9,200 acre, but the cane the following information is given: of the city in the near future and
ember. school. He JI i engaged in a genes tonnage yield Is expected to air- The school board is required by law to hold a school mlllage election I bring it to the next meeting. We
al practice of dentistry and has a most double last year': frost- every two :years; to this election the free-holders vote their approval 1 1 will then consider the list and arrive -
special Interest in children as patient plagued production. The cane :yield or disapproval of the mlllage recommended by: the school board at a sort of priority program
TIGERSRAMSTO *. 1 I:from this year's 10,417 acres for to be levied.for each of the two succeeding :years. for accomplishing as much of it

Dr. Gaunt' parents have movedto which harvesting will begin about I The' school board has no choice but to hold this election and has as w* determine 1* feasible and
LaBelle: he is at present staying November 1. is anticipated. at 330,- :I done so every two :years bearing the entire cost of tho election. needed at this time."
This Is expected to
BATTLE with them and driving to his 000 tons. produce .' Because there Is also a special election this year all over Florida .," 4Night
office each' day but expect to 33,000 tons of' raw sugar of for voter to,bajK en. three proposed constitutional amendments,,.the -I
move to Clewiston in a short time. and approximately 32,500 ton I I Hendry county"school: board and the Hendry: county board of county Classes For J1:
HERE FRIDAYThe refined sugar. I 1 commissioner. have agreed to hold these two elections at the tame
Last :year' production de.piteI time and place, and share the expense Each board provides its own Adults Will Be : ..
the weather problem was 183,419 ballots and all other expense of the election is divided equally, thus
Glade'
undefeated Belle
considerably higher t I II '!saving each board half the cost it would otherwise
I Rams will Invade Cane Field Friday WEATHEREd tons of cane pay. Organized MondayAll
night for their annual battle I than the originally hoped-for 133,- I Only freeholder vote to the school mlllage election; and each
with the dewiston Tiger Kick- 000 tons for the short season- ,: precinct will have a separate list of qualified freeholder and the mlllage I adult who are Interested
oft li scheduled for 8:15: and fan I produced 13,217 tons of raw sugar ballot or one voting machine set for the mlllage election. 1 I i in beginning night classes will meet

are urged to come early for an Date Max Mia a.86 and 9,738 ton of refined sugar I The Special Election on the three proposed amendments to the next Monday night at the high

overflow crowd is expected.Belle Oct10-M 1 The Moore Haven Sugar House, I constitution: of the State of Florida is for all qualified voter whether T. H. 101613 lB. I school library: at 7:30: to sign up
Glade to date has battled Oct 11 __ 83 ,47 .38 built from the ground up in the I freeholders or not These voters will ballot on the three state-wide lor classes and to help determine
rutty Vero Beach to a ()M> stalemate Oct. 12 81 47 record breaking time of 9 months amendments; and they may also vote (on the same ballot) on whether When nominations were opened what courses will be offered.
conquered Lake Worth 27-0 Oct 13 as 60 |I began grinding operation la mid- I they wish the county school superintendent in Hendry: county to be for mayor: Commissioner DaD Principal James E. Brandon
and trampled Riviera Beach by: Oct 14 ,, 83 70 1 December after the severe freeze elected as now provided, or be appointed by the school board'This I j McCarthy nominated Jones and states that there i* a wide varietyof
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similar score and until the Riviera Oct 15 _- 82 111 .02 ,had damaged the cane fields. I question was put on the ballot after a special law requesting his election was unanimous. Before classes available if enough persons

game, had not had a touchdown Oct 14 8.. sa T Next :year' cane acreage will ; relinquishing the chair Mayor want them. State law requires
scored against them. I be boosted by another 7,083 acres,ques-tion.I Bembry: expressed apprecla- that an average attendance of
The young Tiger on the other for a total of 17,500 acre to be proposal was put on the ballot at this time at the request of the school ton( for the "100% cooperation" 13 must be maintained for state
hand, sporting only six seniors on Currie Hurt harvested in the 1965-65 harvest II I board. However the board has not officially taken any public standon 'which he said he has received aid to be given for the classes.
the roster have begun to Jell into and grinding season. Cane tonnage this question and the member have only requested that the peoplebe I during his two :year in office and This mean that more than IS
the smooth working unit antic Tree :yield is anticipated at 600,000 given the right to decide. I briefly mentioned come of the must alga up for the classes,
Pited by preseason experts andre In Fall From tons which in turn is expected to I I Each of the two ballots will be published in next week' issue of city' accomplishment during this since It unlikely that any class

expected to give the Ram Currie is a patient to turn out some 60,000 tons of raw I the new*. By reading them together with the above information carefully lime. will have a perfect attendance
Eddy I I I
their Stuffed competition thus far General Hospital suffering 1 sugar and 55,800 ton of refined every citizen should understand how these two elections: arc be- i "A favorable new' electric contract throughout the course.Arrangement .
I
Hendry
this season. from: severe injuries received ugar. I'ing' handled. has been executed the sew.Tiger's will have been

Coach Joe Bundy told the New when be fell from a poinciana --- made so that some of the courses
h onday. "this Belle Glade game tree at his home on East Ventura will start next Monday: night
II one the boy will have to get Avenue Saturday afternoon. Stuns Lee after the meeting, so it Is very
ready for physically and I Mr. Currie was pruning the Lightning 34 to 6 Important that everyone Interested
Sincerely be should attend.
believe they: will tree and sawed a large limb. '
ready." He compared the earlier stub sprang back and knocked : Some of the possible classesare

Sebring lame, when he said' the Mr. Currie to the ground some Reserves Play ..."' :
boys had to get themselves up' 13 or 20 feet He suffered fractureof I .....- I Art, Spanish band (two classes.
lI1enta1l1. the vertebrae and rib frscUues.Mrs. could be offered: ODe for beginners I
The boys have begun to block of Game and one for experienced I
and tackle with their "heart la it", Majority musician) sewing and other cour-
Bandy said and he believe the Ben Bryan and Mrs. An- see ''I
Jams win be beat on Cane Field Die Nan spent the weekend visit- After two unsuccessful attempts 'it The sewing class would be for

Mday. night tog In Bradenton. by Clewiston\ the third kkkvoff way beginning seamstresses The correct :
the charm and in short order the 1.:,. l/, method of pattern alteration i
I Lee Blue Devils of Ft Myers felt and Its various implication down I

Clewiston Tiger Co-Stars the sting of a potent Tiger running ........1\ ,;; \ .. through the finished product win :
attack. The "Devils" were held for be taught Also techniques of buy I
downs actually losing ground to tog and making children's clothes,

the eager Clewiston defensive line; +1 will be part of the course. The 'I :
sewing class. win be limited to I
a Clewiston took posession of the
Lee 41 yard line; Alberto Morrell members J JI
scooted for nine yards' on the first I

t.. play} Mike Marzlna missed with a Wi-: '- ,. Teach your Youngsters '

hitting .
pass on the second down
Horrell about the scrimmage line traffic safetyClfQSS :
on the third down, who '
with a pass I
'. .. .. ,,
s promptly set sail on beautiful .1. '" !

R broken field run.,The Tigers ," J
39 yard t : J I
..YI were on the Scoreboard to less \ : ..; l; ;'< AT :

than four minutes and were never __- P. '" ". _.

headed.: Mazzins,'booted the'atra -HENEY BOWDEN' SCAMPTEU around right Lee of Ft. Myers JM. The regular played less I

point the first of lour: end as Albert Morren I 41 and Drone, Yoder. than a quarter of the game as the bench boys
r Clewiston held Lee following the 62, clear the way Bowden made IS yards on gained valuable experience from the entmaaaedvbnlag
kickoff and put the ball !to play this particular play a* the Tiger romped ever team. 6TAFF PHOTO J1'
about the 40 :yard line. Mazztoa 1
hit Bo Lindsey for a 30 :yard gala; Bowden and his patented fullback formed by band member and period after mounting a sustained
Dennis Gann picked up three to the I draw play clicked for 48 yards "Sugartime" wa played The replica drive from near mid-field with

line and Lindsey pushed the final i and a touchdown without a Blue was complete with smoke corning Bill Raon making .the '',,lad five
yardage to two play, with the Devil player laying a hand on him. from the stack. || :yards against the varsity line.

HANDY MOKKELL ,JIMMY DANA Tigers. leading at, the end o( the t:The point after failed and the Tigers The second half provided "school- Clewiston countered immediately 1 ,

.plea first quarter 140. | held a commanding 27-0 lead in," for Tiger reserves' with Andy, with Lindsey: scoring from 33 :yards
I \--.- Vt nONOKS *f Friday alfht's 3M victory over a Moe. The second quarter was pretty at half-time with the reserve do- Worrell and Jimmy Dana contributing .' out Mazzlna kicked his fourth PAT. n 0

jJ $4b of P{. Myers were Mandy MomU sad Jimmy Friday Da.a.h be- much Owlstoa aU the way with tog most of the defensive play: outstanding play.: There were:'[ Outstanding performances were

I- wk. :probably played more than all other PtyremslT < defln, la1Bacll"anerh Morr n taking a handoff from Mas : An outsandlng halftime program numerous penalties against the 1! also turned to by Dennis Gann, and I
aarterbaek mat of the gam* and raw17 al dna and travelling 70 yards around was presented by the Sugarland young Tigers, many: of which appeared -'![ Victory. Allison and Doug AngelL II IIW i
0
WM gMt Mandy .. only a sphemer and I* i deyelepiaC aek, t a1aIDI right end to score behind a wan of Band and the dancing Sugarettes to be rather "thin" calls'_ Dana was credited with 107 :yard City of CkwicjAil( t J
llaU1 .
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her 'ck. Dana plaed s. .......dbII i caged baaw eI Tiger blocking. Mazzlna again based on a 'tim. theme.'Several which prevented the locals from' in eight carrie, and war shorted -' <
1N.yards .. I brae aid had mmeroas ,lira the PAT. early tunes were played and thenan 'I 1'
kicked :
'-- pick" ask Sa.... Increasing the score. Lee picked another' M odd yard because of Police '.
aJtte,. ,th* ovlotaadlag player or doyen are outline of the Department "
the I
.* Seconds before half Henry, Sugar Mill was up its only TD in the late third penalties.
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by
the coaehlag stafk-ATAFF r oro. "

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iI Two Inducted es of Silver Lake; The Long Winter by Dr. Seuy: Jeanne

,/k Jj Jjt j I u t $ MAKE i I Into Armed ForcesTwo |' These, Little Happy Town Golden on Years.the Prairie; I Her Cats Sheep Gag;, Francois: Marie!..WUona Coun

I nsrt..r I e Sonny Sez I Hendry county men were Fifteen Geary, Rabble HOI Madeline, BemelmansM' Be-.
our ear A % GMW Lawson Winnie the Pooh I
t inducted for military service, it Robert ; ; New idult book are?
; was reported this week from the Shepard; The Three Billy Goats Eighty Adventurous
two DIFFERENCE This Is National NewspaperWeek office of Local Board No. 42, Se- Gruff Asbjornsen. i iI The Beadle Smith Years,Jl'Jd;

I set aside so that we of this lective: Service System. I I Classed as "Easy Books" are: I I Credit Go, Alexander:-And Let tl
I 1 a i, profession may blow our horns Roy L Tull son of Mr. and The Story: of Little Black Sam I ed John, Hatch; IUzpah A Mall NIII
Few Issues If any, are distributed Mrs C. L. Tull is a graduate of) bo, Bannerman; Horton Hatchesthe The Portugese Israe
that do not meet with criticism to Clewlston High School, and work- Egg and The Cat in the Hat Summer Bring Escape Bridrt
I some degree yet we as a people ed for U.S. Sugar Corporation In Gifts mine.

1 must cherish the fact that we the railroad department. I I _____
1i l live In a country where we have Timothy M. Brown a graduate
i the right to express our opinions I of Harlem Academy has lived --

I and to disagree. Editorials and col. with his grandmother, Mrs. Gracie 11 GOOD LUCK
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK 00. 13-19,1963 umns are based on personal opinions Collins, in Harlem.
I and are meant to stimulate The two men were inducted at pieces from rabbit foot to horseshoes ore

World' thinking, and possible action along ;Miami and sent to Fort Jackson, to provide some tort of charm to the supposed
Newspaper Bridge to Columbia S.C. for basic training. I OWner. Why
various line to criticize and rely on> "on-made charms when Christ
praise. Mrs Frances M. Nail clerk, ". The lord shall promises
t guide the/, .
j' By JIM BISHOP The duty of a newspaper Is to said the local board has orders for confmuoll,, and
satisfy soul/ in
I By permission of King Features Syndicate, Copyright 1963 Inform people this Is the ban seven men to go for physical examination j'' shy drought and thou .ho// t.
f ; /like a watered garden ."
What is a newspaper? part everyone is InterestedIn in October, and elevento Isaiah 58:11] ]

I A newspaper is lumber made malleable. It Is. ink made into words knowing what is going on as go in November Community Presbyterian Church
and pictures. long as it doesn't Involve them. 407 Royal Palm Avenue
f Most of all, a newspaper is current information. It is the bridle A newspaper is not worth the paperIt With Our BoysIn HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister

I between a home and the rest of the world. It tells of people and is printed on) unless it prints Service II 9:45 A.M. Bible School 11:00: AM.
1 events swiftly and in detail. It listens to the threats of a dictator, the "all" the news as it happens and has 6.00: P.M. Youth Worship
i Pfc. Ferrell C. Smith who Fellowship
I crack of a bat against a baseball, the anguish of a lost child, and the how It happens this we strive
recipe for making cookies. to do with YOUR Clewiston News. ,#JI.. served with the U. & Army for the SERMON SUBJECT
received his honor-
-asNo past two years
I Newspapers like people come in many sizes and many person. BARBARA KIGBT, solo twirler of able discharge from service yestex- "Attractive Goodness"Music
alities. Some are fat and sedentary; other are lean and hysterics doubt you may have noticed the Surarland Band,, flashes a day at Camp Walters, Mineral
'I And like people some are reliable and some are not. There are newspapers last week that we made a minor pretty smile during half-time Wells, Texas I by the Youth 0101rSPACESAVING
which scream for attention and there are others, on the lam change in placing the names in the I ceremonies last Friday night Outstanding He is expected borne tomorrow

!' newsstand which whisper the news. All newspapers reflect the character classified ads for free theatre halftime programs have with his wife, whom he married la I
t' of their publisher passes. Some readers were confused been presented under the direction .Texas a year ago. Pfc. Smith: is
and calling "pass winners of bandmaster Jack Scott this
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Most Show Prom
r with regard to items in the ads. year. The band also plays a concert -
\ Smith, 539 E. Pasadena Ave.
-ss.- prior to each while the I
A good newspaper most show a profit All newspaper own- game TV
;' en know this. That Is why they establish good character la their Several hundred persons were spectators are being seated.STAFF Sgt. Billy W. (Butch) Long left

papers, and maintain It. present Saturday night at the PHOTO. yesterday for Fort Knox Ky., af-

Character is an indefinable quality best understood by women. Blades County Sugar Co-Op dinnerto here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I N
They live by it They can detect it in merchandise, in people, in pub- < hear special praise given the could be used to help issue war ter spending a thirty day leave
lications. They, more than their husbands, understand the newspaper U. S. Sugar Corporation and Harry ration book No. 4. 'Herman Long. Butch's last duty ,
I they buy. Men usually read the front page news the sports section Vaughn as the best sugar producIng Mrs. W. W. Hooks, 50, motherof station was in Korea where be
I and their favorite features. Women leaf through a newspaper slowly, organization In the world. How R. R., W, W ..and Betty Hooks, spent a year. At Fort Knox he Reliable

carefully, concentrating more on local news than international assessing ever, there was minor disagreement died of an apparent heart attackIn is assigned as drill instructor, and.,, Space
the advertisements relishing the woman's page with its club between Luis deArmas man the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I will share the responsibility of Age Sealed
meetings lawn parties and gossip and reading the obituary notices. ager of the Glades County Co-Op Cothern in LaBelle where she wasa transforming recruits into trained
A newspaper is never perfect, never completely accurate. It is and George Wedgworth of the guest. soldiers. Circuitry
as near perfect as a chain of human minds-leading from editor to Glades Co-Op in Belle Glade 81
.,' city desk to reporter to rewrite man to copy desk to composing room- to who had the "second beat" or- TEN YEARS AGO Announces
Library
can make It. ganization. (From The Oewtaton News

,I A good newspaper maintains a balance of 40 per cent news to 60 -. October IS, 1953) I Recent ArrivalsAmong E
per cent advertising When wages go up and the price of newsprint Friday night is the night for Mrs. Isabel Powers was named 1 1TM
;. is hiked the ratios can slip further apart, particularly on larger news the Tigers as the potent Belle Business Woman of the Year by the recent arrivals in the
papers. No one is shortchanged, however because increased advertising Glade Rams come to town for annual members of the local Business and< book line which have been placedon
has simply meant more space for news. "football get-to-gether." Professional Womens Dub. Clewlston Public Library shelves
Our recently are a number of the
Tigers have come a long Carole Miller was alerted Clewl
Responsible Enterprise way since the first game in Pa ton High School Homecomln perennial favorites of childhood,

A newspaper Is private enterprise for the publlo good. It relies hokee and fans should see a real Queen and some excellent adult books.

on many minds to fill it every day, in addition to machines which chatter exciting game, despite the fact W. C. Owen became mayor of Little Back Sambo and Winnie
Incessantly. that odds are long for a Tiger Clewlston. the Pooh have arrived along witha rrtTow

A boy on a bicycle can take all of these things roll them up and victory some even to the extent Two stores were added to the number of Dr. Seuss favoritesthe ,","a.C.as M

toss them onto a front porch while chewing gum and preparing a good that Clewlston will not score Miller Building on Sugarland Highway Cat in the Hat and Horton
? excuse for a poor report card. A blind newsdealer can sell all this Information Anything is possible the They will be occupied by an Hatches the Egg
'" for a small coin without ever seeing It. lams pull on their football pant optometrist and a barber shop Other books are for Juniors and RCA VICTOR MwHstct TVS
Instruments of one leg at a time, their jersey Adults. Notable adult books
In some countries, the newspapers are the Lt. S. R. Young, of Orlando, visited among
I the government In this one the government b sometimes the over their heads just as our boy Mr. and Mrs. Sam Young and I Is Webster's Biographical Diction 23"tube (overall diag.)-282 sq.In.picture
instrument of newspapers. Perhaps the best thing which can be they can only use eleven boy Lt and Mrs. Frank Harben and ary with 40,000 concise biographiesof
j said about newspapers la the United States Is that they are In on the field at a time and when daughter of Miami visited: Mr. and I noted men and women of all e S"werful "New Vista"Tuner
chronic disagreement with each other. the game starts they are even in Mrs. J. M. Fountain. I countries historical and contemporary .
is meant free A newspaper is always a core? Yes, the Tigers should respect from human
1 1 This is what by a press. Barbara Twlddy'was worthy advisor every field of 'Our Price $249.95
\ little more than the sum total of its parts. It is also a friend who can the Rams but not be of Rainbow Assembly New activity with name pronunciations

be dropped, or picked up at will. awed by them. Upsets are the rule members were Sally Harrell Mar *lth trad

P What is a newspaper? now Instead of the exceptional tha Nowllng and Lovvorn CUrrie. Juvenile Books Price Good Thurs., Fri., Sat.
ask Alabamall!! A series by Laura Ingalls Wilder

; r : pl '; age Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. -. with these titles: Little House in Only

Thursday, October 17, 1963 The two renovated tennis courts the Big Woods; Little House on the REDISH ELECTRIC CO.
are being worked overtime by recreation Prairie; Farmer Boy; On the
r; minded residents and were Banks of Plum Creek; By the Shor
; 1 In use until nearly mid-night Saturday -I .
The Clewiston News due to the excellent lighting
The Clewlston
1 acuities that have been installedby News

advancement and Clewlston the city. The evening hours allow -' 109 Central Avenue
the
"Devoted to welfare of pencil pushing "executives" Uewlston. FloridaTo

and Hendry County." to exercise and keep physically The Editor:
fIt. At the October meeting of the
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston Hendry County Ministerial Association -
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Ine, a Florida Corporation. -as- it was unanimously decided
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post The Clewlston Inn has also taken that letter
a
I I Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, a i giant step toward customer contentment sent to the Editor of appreciation be
of the Clewlston
.+' 1879. even though summer is tews.
fading away by adding air conditioning -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ARID q to the two patios. Congratulations We are Indeed appreciative of the

I t .!: TIA,I : :: \ "ss- fine take Idual coverage churches: you and give the events our indlv that.

place
It"i "' WI The First Bank of Clewlston is concerning them. We
'II, BERYL BOWDEN Publisher (tP It MtMIU en also stirring around with the interior tlon to you" and the other merchants like father
'" () also wish to
of the building and enclos- express our apprecla-
'/J', "s.. H. STALLS Managing Editor Q Nay log the bookkeeping department on who sponsor the weekly Clewlston

rS! ,'Subscription Rates .......... 1400 per year gTIOt\\ the mezzanine which will serve a Church Directory This is a molt

(Return Postage Guaranteed) two fold purpose less distraction generous public service and we
> .Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 8-1201 for both bookeepers and pat would be remiss not to thank you
I Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves rons. all
I I the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! Faithfully
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I Y OtL C4qu.cript.NEWS or photosrraph.a..ame. no financial reeponnlbllttr. for typographtaalcrpcn.r DORMANSecretaryTreasurer
ontmlMloni In adv.rtlmm.nt but If notified. of each error be.
tore th. Bait laiue of the paper will reprInt eorraotlr that Part of the ; ;; Hendry County Ministerial
adTcrtliamant In which the error OGourr.... In the av.nt a tIme .lament 1', s History Now I Association."Come .
.f' veil 14 nadir tha I corrtotlon ..luel..., th. News will reduce the price
"( the advertisement by an amount equal. to the percentage of the totalpace
I ; a* the erroneoue or omitted copy represented.'r .
f THIRTY YEARS AGO
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?o ' i } ': LUNCHEON October U, 1133))
: ,. ; :'jSHOfPER'S
I Hendry county, by a vote of 6 to New Bedroom
I : ',r'I" .,flfo" ::00"')(: .' 1. approved the repeal of the 18th

'I'g.' ': or amendment (the Prohibition Act). I did itmyself love son
S'f'Bit' 9B J. L. Taylor was freed on the <
charge of embezzling".000 In
'f 'tI' county
1> ,' 2 for funds, but was held to county i'ROL.UTEX a IA For every man who ever fell In love with a'J rf-a new kind of

court charges of $13,300 embes- family station wagon has been born The
I 1MagttuoY Yuc '{ rt lenient 'Jeep'Wagoneer. It's the first elation
,
J 3nu this weekendRoasYTeWer Clewiston and LaBelle Red Cross -Wa-, t wagon ever built to offer the comfort silence, speed and smoothneVof n,

Tom Turkey & Dressingliblet chapters were placed high on the passenger car-plus the traction and safety of
: Red Cross honor list for productionwork. 4-wheel.drivo1;

Tyiiffg/ Cranberry Sauce I Wn \io& IATUf ) It's sheer pleasure to drive. Simple too. One 'lever puts' in 4-wheef
you
'
\ gr | / The 4th Annual Duplicate Bridge : .drlve. So at ,
: == :e": a second's notice wheel
you can shift Into
J.I !
' Polatoeff ** Tournament was announced by *. greeter Wy.7.frorn
rashe Peas & Carrots r| axfcft ,
I ,; E. Beardsley director. ,. '.e, drr spinning In mud ,or 8now..from: skids> sUck surface ;:':fromljettin stuck?
"tar --... s <
1 Hot Bolls & Batter Accepting the challenge of West'aim ,or going out of control on the highway or'off -
I
Beach Bridge Club for a $698|

!1" ", team play match were Mrs. C. L. The Wagoneer really'! makes'a demonstration' worthwhile. It'll be moil

l Downs, W. M. Redelshelmer, Mr. exciting 30 minutes behind your. (
and Mrs J. E. Beardsle,. Mr. and th.-wheeUn"1g63..By"th sow y:2wheeldrlY
I I 'Thrifty Breakfast and Mrs Ken W. Fields.C Owen W. C. Prewitt Buy one: get one ,models available, too. See your 'Jeep'!dealer Joday'.


One eg grits toast, coffee . . 291J FREE AT NO '
TWENTY TEAKS: AGO EXTRACOST ****** ** CORPORATION Toledo 1.Oh10

t HCy (From The Clewbtoa News shift Into greater safety
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I October IS, 1M3) orAl t Uf'M" '
f"I :to'a a E. E. Kelly, chairman of the Se- Z ..:iUEEP''VVAGONE \

r :, II : '" Shortcake II. i, '" 35y ectlve Service Board, said the C. STOD J -
November call is the family wheel drfrg
1 f \ ,,' very light and wagon! ..with_ J
w. have very few men on deferment
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r ,' !L: ; km.! .; Drug time draft fathers except call fathers.had been It included is the first IDthe FuNer's SUGARLAND MOTORS

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Annual Reports To beam Nursery, the Janice Her-I Bethea, Mr. Robert Kelly, Mrs. I Clewlswn, Fla Thursday THE CLEWISTOI October 17,NEWS 1963I Page Three
vey Circle the Sunbeam Band the R.I I'
; George Lineberger, Mrs. B.
1st Baptist W.M.S. Ora Wood Circle, the Junior GA'". Carlin and Mrs Maxwell Downs. i! the San Pueblo work he assistedin
WMU leaders win hold a day of I The Oro Wood circle was award I Health Workers Are I building of two churches,
Mr, W. F. Nail presented the Instruction at First Baptist Church ed the attendance pin. New members for Course I the
.nnuai report to the WMS of the Fort Myers, today, 9:30: to 12:30: I attending were Mrs L. S. Selected and in supplying food for childrenand
First Baptist Church report The Associational meeting will Ford, Mrs. J. R. Newton, Mrs. T. ; Dr. Wm. F. ,Hill Glades, Jr.,and director Hen- in other welfare projects.
of the Highlands .
Tuesday meeting. The be held E. --- -- -
the October 17th at Basinger Browning and Mrs. B. R. Car- Departmentsand -- -- ---
showed outstanding contributionsto Baptist Church and October 18th: lln. I dry Miss County Margaret Health Morgan, supervising I RECORDS
work. Tho Society has I II
; at First
mission Baptist
Church Okeecho- WESTERN
t I IDR. nurse of the Glades and COUNTRY A
liven $79274, to foreign missions; bee. Date for the local WMS planning will )' Sacred
Departments PoP
I Baptist Revival Hendry County
missions and $410.
$410.93 to home meeting was set for I I
Tuesday, attend a short course at the University Special OrdersHoldridge
93 to state missions. October 29th. : Starts Sunday I of Michigan at Ann Arbor MusicYU
,. Nail announced the Circle "The Year
of
jlr Jubilee" was the The First Baptist Church of opening next Tuesday 2-4781
sponsors for the year. The Julia program topic presented by Mrs. Moore Haven will start a revival I This is the that Training Con-
Head Circle will sponsor the Sun. Nail Mrs. T. C. Yon Mrs. I --
Richard Home Careto
on October 20th and will continueClewiston ference on Organized t
I
be offered in the United States,

Church the and Dr.only Hill public and Miss health Morgan personnel are This Week Only

Directory from Florida selected to attend.

-j The Invitation is a distinct honor
.ins*ti>wa *
ST. CIIURCII IIMIAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD to these two and to the departments Sofa Bed
208 North Atlantic Street lUthwar 720 312 S. Pacific Avenue which they supervise.
Phew YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Rev. Joe Coleraan!
Clewiston. Florida 9:4J: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.-Sunday School And Chair
Rev Lsrklrt Fi ConnaHyAilministrator 11:00: a.m.-Morning! Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service I Doug Pearcy Gets I
6:45 p.m.-Training Union 7:30
:
p.m.-Evenln WorshipS
Citation Turquoise fabric with extra
8:M Philippine
ndov : am. Pm-Evening Worship Wednesday:
q:c 'kc Vfedneeday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service,' I Doug Pearey this week received arm cover.
B,",,(,\. Do MaE8' : p.m. 8:00: p.m-Prayer Meeting Friday: I a belated Unit Citation from the
!, I 4 to 5' : 7>80 p.m.-Young People's! BA. President of the Philippines, earned $ 29.50
COMMUNITY
> PRE8nYTERLdeavat during an IS month tow 6f
awUteipf.Jfihik 407 Royal Palm Avenue __
f duty in the islands durinj World.
Henry II. Ford Minister COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Will be reduced $10.00
CLBffiSTOrf ASSEMBLYOE War II.
tilE 9:45: a. '
m Sunday School HOLINESS CHURCH
COD. 11-08: a.m.-Morning Worship South Clewiston see. Pearcy was a member of weekly until sold.
HOC.1 US. center rcrn\t I
OAK: 1.1 ) D (
FKlmbrcl," Pastor ,
Junes 11:00 a.m.-Nursery in the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor the 8TIUh AAAW (Anti! Aircraft
ol Ilemlry 2.3311"I
TuvcnKc (oiirls
: for the
c"nday: v House 19 90 at c i Mo'lor Automatic Weapon) company and
: a m -Sunday School Jars V-"lit!' lounucllor, at the Van Cothern's
from Dr
Sunday '10.00 6:00 p>m.-Westminster Fellow. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Hendry Deputy Shcrl i the 120th MP Company in San I
Academy. Pres t j'so was
Aiul\ .t 00 t. shipWednesday 1:45: p.m.-SuMa. Evangelistic! Pueblo and rendered outstanding \
Youth 1 1.00. : Service. who works cloce'v I"Ilh the counsellors In eaiei eo"e ; service in both capacities. The Custom Upholstery

Prayer LtJ U' f. 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice Wednesday7:45 : AAAW outfit was in support of Infantry Phone YU 2-5831 \
Eva na..7:30.. : r I : p.m.-Prayer Service through the 17tli Bro Mickey :,' V.F.W. in combat against the
TI.sday: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Friday: Evans, Svaegeli t from Okeecho- Huks (island Communists) and !in
Orchestraamcet790;; ; 't. APOSTOLIC FAITH 7.43: p.m.-Youth Service bee will conduct the service and Of
KJnesdayi! 'r South Clewiston Mr. W..H;\ Mikell from Jacksonville I
Christ's Ambassadors,,,, 7.41: Bro; Luther Dixon, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST wllhl d the singing. The Approximately
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+ 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 308 South Central Arena public Is wrdklly invited. tended the INSTANTHunter's \
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .41:00 a.m.Preaching Earl Arnold, Minister Veterans of .
102 E. Venture Avenue Tuesday: Sunday '
Clewiston on
: Rev. Kimbrel. ,
7 30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1C.09 a.m.-Bible School Bob Brenner of Insurance 'I
9:45 a.m.-Sunday School Friaiy: 11:00: a.m.-Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service, 7.30 i Re-Elect Prexy sided. The No Waiting 1\
: p.m.-Yo'lD' People's Meet1:00 p m.-Worship 1\ I \
8:45: p.rn.-Training Union '. leg Wednesday: I The QJwltton Ministerial Association the same time ; : ,," \
8:00: p.m.Evening' Service I 7.30 p.m.-Midweek Devotions met at St. Martin's Episcopal Osborne, Terms as short as 3-days. > ;
Wednesday: ST.,VRTIN'S CHURCH: and Bible Study I Church ,tot its 1964 organizational A \
7:M \,.m.-Officers and. Teachers, (Episcopal)) I meeting. Rev. James F. very Coverage $5,000 to $50,000 '- W ? I
at the VFW ......,; F.. '" ,
Meeting '207 North Pacific FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Kimbrel, pastor of the Clewiston cisco Ave., on 1 8 ,; '
8.00 p.m.-MIdweek Prayer Serv- The Rev Clark H. Dorman Vicar 331 W. Osceola Arena I I Assembly of God, was reelectedas preceding the Rates (for 3 days) $1 to $8', l, :;': \ I
ice
Rev. Joe V. Coleman
Sunday Services: Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor president; music was I I
$,45 p.m.-Choir Practice 9 45 Church School pastor of the Church of God,
1:30: a m-Early Eucharist : a m.- Murphy and Every Hep Hunter Should Know._ !, 1
11:00 elected as vice-president; and .
9:30: m.-Family Service and : a.m.-J.lornJ.ng service was
A ,
8 00 Rev. Clark H. Dorman, rector of Cootie "h' ;. i
Church School. : p.m.-MethodIst Youth Feb I I About this rotection. Ask Us !
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment.lowahtp! St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Saturday night \
South Clewis tell Thursday: was reelected as secretary-trees'urer. A noon '
Rev Herb Hlgdon. Pastor 7.30: pm.-Choir Practice the local post .
i.45 a.m.-Sunday School NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY Pastors of Clewlston's j churchesare business m Beardsley O NashInsurance
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST invited to the next meeting of .1 -
1:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Unios. 301 N. Francisco !Street Christian) the Ministerial Association on November I
1:00: p.m.-Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarlnnd Auditorium 4, at 10:00: a.m. at tha
Tuesday: 10:09 a.m.-Sunday School .. John C. Schemer, Minister Church of God Plans for the citywide Agency
8:00:: p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Blbl School Union Thanksgiving service
Wednesday: 8:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship are to be completed at this meet- Phone YU 2.7501 Clewiston \ f
7.30 .m.-Evening Worship .
1:30 of : Service
: p.m.-Hour Prayer p -
OFFICE HOURS 8 A.M.
ing. I..{l"e. NEW to S P.M.
Thursday: Wednesday: Wednesday: The 'PastorS"'Olelll.to welcome YU CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS '
8,00 p.m.-ChoirPlactdc4r., v 7.3Q p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.::=Bibb Study Rev. David Denslow, pastor

n' the First. _. Methodist. Church, to
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This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: membership in the Clewiston Ministerial .

Association.
Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. I

Motors Complete Department Store Pariahoners Enjoy I \
OIL COMPANY
STANDARD
Phone 2-5301 Picnic Sunday !
Parlshoncrs of St Margaret's Announcement. :
Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal Church enjoyed a covered dish pic- .
Kelly Tractor Co. nic Sunday on the grounds of the t tI I
Store SAVINGS & LOAN ASS7T
home of Mr. and Mrs. C Doane ''f'
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Phone 2-C301: lithe In Sugarland Park. This was I :
"It's Easy to Pay one of several such outings during To better service in the Clewiston ; ,
The Clewiston News The Giddens Way" Royal's Inc. the year which St. Margaret's provide to you :
Altar Society sponsors

together Delicious was food enjoyed and a by social the par get- and Moore Haven areas, the LP Gas operations ..

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ishoners attending. -.., ".

The Clewiston Inn Assembly of God of Glades Gas Company and Tropigas, Inc. (Green's


Director Director OU to S. Kvlstad Speak, of the Fuel-Southeastern Natural l Gas), have been merged I

Real Life Children's Ranch at


Sunday Feature Clewiston Okeechobee 11:00: a.m.Assembly,, on Is to October be of speaking God.20 at The the at I into a single company, which will be known as : I

SR'
entire family of the Real Life ,
Ranch will be guests for Sunday Glades Gas Company distributors of Tropigas. ;
For the Beefeater School, morning worship, and I. ,

lunch. .
Many Assemblies of God and ',: .1'
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ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF au JUSBaked : of other the groups Real support Life, Ranch the ministry Pastor -

James F. Kimbrel Invites you to ,
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become better acquainted with 7- ; .
Idaho Potato the work of Real..Life! Ranch next
,v; Sunday October-10, at the Assembly : j
of God located at 213 I
with ? South Francisco Street .OPIGASI


Creamery Butter or Sour Cream & Chive Dressing Mrs. .deArma Winner. i :I

At Bridge Party ... I
Mrs. Luis deArmas won first II

,' Tossed Green Salad prize, when the monthly bridge
'. *! party; of St Margaret'* Altar So-

of', Choice of Dressing *,",.f r. at dety the was home held of Thursday Mrs Jack evening Davl Your cooperation and patience in this transition : V !
cohostess. t
Mrs. Richard Degler was -
'

Rolls le & Butter Beverage prize.Mrs.. C.Refreshments D. H1ne'.won of the'carrot draw period will be greatly appreciated. If we can, ; r .


.-. Two dollars Seventy-five Cents the cake games hostesses and coffee following were' the served,bridge by be of any assistance, at any time, please call 'YU ;:; ,t

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Check the Classified Ads for your 21311. I
name-win 2 free passes to the
Dixie Crystal Theatre I



Other excellent table d'hote or a la carte 4 item

..,. \.. iSHBeats Glades Gas Co. 1"1

Serving 12:00: to 2:30 and 6:00: 9:30 "

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Fishing Tackle Supplies) Dan McCarthy 'W ,' i ,

Johnson'sFishing 1 ;).,
Clewuton Florida Telephone YU 2501 309 E. Sugarland Highway Clewiaton, FIcu'J .. .
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'I' I querque New Mexico was matronof school and Baylor
1' Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Ckwiatoo piaThursday. Open Meeting Held honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. I Waco Texas. The groom UniVeniIJ toUBelle >
i j October 17. 1983I Larry Salmans of Hanston and Florida ICboola. 5&1
I For BSP RusheesAn Miss Theron Sage of Dodge City. :Faragut Academy. StA-tZ1
Miss Elaine Salmans was Junior Baylor University, and 1.
open meeting of Beta Pi yid"" e,1 #4t6I' bridesmaid. I medical student at the tnW,1 h ,
of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority of Florida
Chapter medical
Women held for rushees Wednesday The attendants were attired in Ga1nelVWe. ache II

I r ; [ $ r/eu/6 evening Aim was of at the the meeting Glades! was Pit to Room.acquaint carried antique gold gold and satin bronze dresses mums.and I The couple are

prospective member with The junior brldemald's dress was I home i626 S.E. inV'J11*
brocade and she carrieda Gainesville Place,
of gold
I. the scope of the sorority and an
f Engagement AnnouncedMr. interesting outline was given by single gold mum. The evening prior to tile
I I Jana Salmans, the bride's sister ding the ftaom'm **
several members. Program topic
and Mrs. Howard Roberts,. was "Self-Estimate", led by Mrs.Jack 6I' was flower girl wearing a dress ta1necl the wedding party pareD" tIIf.er,
603 W. Oak Street, Arcadia announce r Radish and Mrs Frank Mot P ''of gold milium and carrying a fet supper In Dodae h t buI.
the engagement and ap- 'white and cold basket fined with SIlver Spurs Motor Lodge lilt
proaching marriage of their daughter Hostesses were Mrs. William gold mums and cascades of narrow room. Double gold baIIIIUei
Patricia Anne to David Hayei Baker and Mrs Robert McOolley. ribbons were used a. the eentrailDotII rIDo
Paulson of dewiston. Mr. Pattison's Mrs. Jaroy Weber of Beaumont the buffet table ca
; I Guests attending were and
parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. Woody Carruthers, Mrs. John I Texas was batman; ushers were cards with anaDlemen"on of >pia>!,
tay
Allen Pattlson of Venice Black :Mrs. James Owens, Mrs. the bride's brothers Lee, Larry breath aDd gold leaves throw
Miss Roberts is a native of Arcadia Luther Davis Mrs. Frank Gentry and Walt Salmans. the room
and a graduate of DeSoto Mrs. Harold Estep and Mrs. Jack I The bride's mother chose a blue- 1
I County High School, Arcadia and r ; Scott. Rusheet unable to attend 1 green brocade taffeta dress with
of Jackson Memorial Hospital were Mrs. Bill Watkins and Mrs. I matching jacket. Mrs. Barron
I School of Nursing in Miami. Charles Crockard. 'mother of the bridegroom was attired Custom TailoredDraperies

Her fiance graduated from the t. Other members present were in a beige rawsilk sheath
I Venlce-Nokomls High School, Venice Mrs. Freeman Hodges Jr., Mrs. with chiffon: jacket and chose cymbidium -
and Worsham College of Mortuary E. E. Edwards Mrs. J. Fred orchids, matching the
Science in Chicago.' He served .,. : '.' Baker, Sr., Mrs. J. E. Spooner bride's mothers flowers.
his apprenticeship as a mortician Jr., Mrs. Margaret Bare Mrs. At the reception, held Immediately
Robert Bass Mrs. Van Cothern. following the ceremony in
t'' cadia and with W Howard T. Roberta Roberts, Jr., Mrs. Richard Baker Mrs. the church fellowship hall, the re- Slip CoversFree
I y Ar-j Michael Herring, Mrs. George ception room was decorated In
father and uncle of the br -
'.: He is owner and director of Dickson Mr*. Buren Hall, Mrs. gold and white with the bride's
tJsoa Funeral Home dewiston. He Robert Adams Mrs. Kenneth Wal- table centeredwith a traditional Estimates
Mrs Mike Millcevic and Mrs. tiered cake the mahogany
is a member of the Lions Club, ker. wedding ;
MISS PATRICIA ROBAKTS: Wade Wilson. and gold groom's table offering
and DAVID PATTI8ON MRS. BARNEY JO BAKKON a replica: of a wishing ArtcraftUpholstery
Mrs. Stacy HostessAt well in the groom's cake
Benevolent and Protective Orderof Family Party Held I For a week long honeymoon at
Circle Meeting Elks and the Masonic Lodge He Vann, Mrs. For Durrence Mrs. Miss Salmans Wed the Lake of the Ozarks and points
Is also a member of the Florida Joe Sexton Mr*. George Coleman,
I At DeArmas HomeA 1 I i east the bride chose a beige suit
Mrs Robert Stacy was hostessto Funeral Director's Association. Mrs Douglas Ellis Mrs George and matching accessories: and an 812 Avenida Are.JLNVHfaVJLSHH .
members of the Janice Harvey I, A February first wedding is being large number of relatives Jepson, Mrs. Vera Mills Mrs. Barney Jo BarronI orchid corsage. II
Circle of First Baptist Church at planned. gathered at the home of Mr. and John Drake Mrs. Art Lawrence. I I Mrs. Barron attended Hanston
horn The Luis DeArmas 331 West' Mrs. Johnie Jackson and Mrs.Perry. ,
her Tuesday morning. Mrs. -
program presented by Mrs. Ernie Arcade dewiston on Sunday for Kansas Rites -
Radish Mrs. Richard Bethea and an outdoor party. The party fol- Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Charles Newman was on the Vaughn-Sullivan lowed the baptism in St. Mar- the hostess following the meeting. I' Of Interest here Is the account
topic "Grace McBride Missionary garet's Church of Mario DeArmas, ''of the late summer wedding of
and Mrs. Luther Lowe
Mr.

Nurse". announce infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alberto ,Miss Sylvia Ann Salmans, daughters -
BirthsMr.
the engagement and approaching I
De/lrmas./ and Mrs. O. T Sal
of Mr.
Refreshments were served by marriage of their daughter CoachltaDeArmas and Mrs. Edgar Dean of
Mrs.
Attending
were of Hanston, Kansas and
the hostess to Mesdames Grace Leah Rebecca Vaughn, to John Moore Haven the birthof mans
Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro announce
Barney Joe Barren son of Mr. I al/
; Wilson Mildred Wood Regina Anthony Sullivan, son of J. L. Sullivan DelaRlva. Miss Millie Ortiz, Klko a daughter,''Barbara Ann on
I Swindle and Mrs. W. B. Barron of La-
Newton, Gary Scott, Eddie
and Mrs R. L. DeVane. October 2nd in Hendry General
Torrez, Marta and Llllion Moor,
Car- Belle, August 27.
Richard Phelps, Bernard I
HospitaL The baby weighed 8
Alvina Whit The will take at Andy Carrlllo. Miss Mariana De- I
lln, T. E Browning, wedding place .
Armas, Miss Santa Maymlr all pounds, 0 ounces.Mr. The Rev. Donald Roberts, pas
Herbert Clark, George Line four o'clock on Friday November
tle. of Miami, Miss Magda DeArmas, I and Mrs. Billy Gomez are tor of the First Baptist Church
>; berger and those named above. First in the First Methodist Church Misses Carmen and Hilda Tonare- :I the parents of a boy born in Hen- In Hanston, united the couple ata
of dewiston. No invitations are being ly and Mr. and Mrs. Ronarely of dry General Hospital on October double ring ceremony at 7 p.m.,
Unusual
Ice
,. 1' Issued and all friends of the I. West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. :8. The baby weighed 8 pounds 8 before the altar which was decor- Cream!
RYSTAL.etui young couple and their families'i Pastor Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Coco ounces and has been named Billy ated With pedestals holding arrangements
r are cordially Invited to attend the Morrell, Alonso Morrell, Mr. and Keith. of gold mums with
wedding and the reception In the Mrs. Ruben Orta. Jimmy Merlan, I II I Mr.proud Mrs. John Tatum are delicate cascading ribbons, and Mango, Cantaloupe, Coffee
Social Han of the church immediately Mr. and Mr. Alberto DeArmas, parents of a daughter candelabra with satin talisman
following I and others of dewlaton. I Denis Diane born In Hendry Gen- bows
/ Thurs Fit Sat | A roast pig was prepared for eral Hospital October Oth weighing -
8 8 I Nuptial music was presented by
pounds ounces
I k Oct. 17.18.19 the dinner which was served on
J "P.T. 109"A BPW Club BreakfastEnjoying the lawn of the DeArmas home."Conversation" Mr and Mrs. Clarence Stiles Miss Karen Sage of Dodge City,
1 true story of adventure I are the parents of a son, Robert organist and Mrs. Ralph Hwy ofHanaton. Prices Slashed on All
about a naval officer named breakfast together Clay born in Hendry General vocalist
I'I John Fu Kennedy made.,IqJOeya Sunday morning at the horn of Is \iHospital' on October 9th. The baby Marlette Mobile Homes
of Florida. Mrs: Adna 'Mae'-Joner"were'the ; Topic of Exemplars 'weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces. The bride wore a paneled chary- -- .- .
Dads-Mother bring all the kids following members of the Lewiston An informal discussion on the I I Mr. and Mrs James Kiser are tiny lace and chiffon taffeta gown LOW DOWN RWMENT
from 8 to 60 Business and Professional the proud parents of a daughter over taffeta, fashioned with a scalloped -
"Conversation" held
r r Women dub: Mrs Catherine topic wu by to whom have the sweetheart neckline accented
FrI., Oct 18 LATE SHOW members of XI Delta Pi, the Ex- they given name BANK TERM FINANCINGvisit
: Brown, Miss Patricia Powers with and
ALL SEATS 7Se Donna GalL She weighed 7 pounds, pearls sequins, long
Phi.
of Beta Sigma
emplar chapter
EDGAR ALLAN POE'S Miss Marjorie Daughtrey, Mrs. 3 ounces, and was born in Hen- tapered sleeves and a full bouffant -
when they met Wednesday evening -
"THE HAUNTED PALACE" Mary Burdette, Mrs. Ruth Beards- dry General Hospital on October: skirt with chapel train. Her the
at the home of Mrs. W. G.
t In color -with VINCENT PRICE ley, Mrs Harriet Zauel, Mrs. Su- ,13. flngerlength veil of nylon was held
and LON CHANEY .le Yonce, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens Perry for their regular meeting. i Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Harris by a pearl tlarra. She carried CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc.
tl t Mrs Helen Weetman, and Mrs. Members learned what to talk: of LaBelle announce the birth of white orchids with gold' throats ,

I f Sun. .20.21.22 Mon. Tues.Oct Beryl Bowden. 'formal about in dinner a receiving with a line stranger at a a son, David Russell, on October oo a white Bible and wore a pearl for the lest'buy

L "FOE LOVE OB MONET". The breakfast and church attendance 11th in Hendry General HospitalThe necklace. Route US 27 YU 2-2661
I' S etc.The baby weighed 8 pounds. Mrs. Charles Bennett of Albu-
f ; KIRK DOUGLAS Sunday were final events business meeting and program -
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 'ross
x MITZI GAYNORA In the local observance of was conducted by the president are
Merry-go-round_ of Mirth. the proud parents of a baby girl
f' -" Business and Professional Wom Mrs Abner Vann.
born 18 Laurel, Md
I September at I
1 '' Carol Robin. Mrs. Cross is the Grocery
j
a \ '
4'former Judy Dunaway.
: f I I Mr. and Mrs Ned Helvey, Box FRAN
Ir; L A new kind of Pontiac with I 318, Flndley, Ohio are the proud b nd Market
'parents of a son born Oct 111.I .
I The baby weighed 7tt pounds.HOSPITAL .

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i' Patients admitted John A. WE DELIVER Ph. YU

I Lane, Frank Rodriguez, Martha
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,. Harris, Rosle Buck Virginia Stiles, WILSON'S
I' "i'j Christine Peterson Gladys Archer

Harry Willis, Temple Hogan -
Bessie Croy, Helen Rowalt.Neeley .
j cf Davis, Eddye Currie Lilly BAKERIIE 3-lb. Can 59tI
.r car'I" rL Lence Joyce Kiser, Jack dine I
I Percy Roland Amy Carlthers, 'I
; : S Geo. DeTar, James Ingram
x, I II' :j1 1 DIe Golden. Wm. Strickland. Mln-I -- -
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I' Langston Rufus Tiger ANY GRIND
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Patients Wm.
: Strickland, Percy Roland DollieHlllis
T. Hillls, Christine Peterson COFFEEIb9.29
H. C. Langston, Helen Ro
I walt, James Ingram John Lane, _
Eddy: Currie! Minnie Golden,
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; Ralph Rluiardson Rufus Tiger DELMONTE ruu. GM
:: Temple Hogan Lena Gopher Mar GLOBE
'I 1t gust Kimsey.HOSPITAL Corn __ 2 for 33 I Bleach .33E
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.t, 'I Patients admitted McAfflaon LA CROWN 12-es'
: t tI Ward Ada Mae Henry, Hanna Corned Beef I
I,Collins Hazel Rogers, Elizabeth -- _ 39 Luncheon Meat 3 for $1
:Barium Wilfred Salom Blandy
'Tarver, Lenora Ganrln Mlttle WEBB
I Askew. I DELMoNTE PINEAPPLE Ir GRAPEJ'1t
,II I I Patients remaining Percy Rice 3.lbs. I (vy O j'N0
Brown, Reuben Falconer, Zeb ----- -- _ 49 Juice _ __ 3-46-0z. $1
Queen, Courtney Barrow. Wilfred ,
I, I Salom. Blandy:Tarver. Mlttle Askew ''
I I II Lenora Garvin Hazel Rog- 2 34 CAN NABISCO

t! y I a L\> -.IIJIPUfMnIII-.nu usoouownrnaraaoa rj en um,, Hanna Frank Green.Collins, Elizabeth Bait,I II II Peaches -- ___ 4 for 99 I Saltines .. __ __ L Lb.b 31%

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i I N\ : '; '( ,, ;" :< ( for savers and a V-8 for swingers. I I Edward'sPlumbrig FRESH PORK: SEinNoLE SMOKED: SLAB !Jar ;

i 1,6 'J ""f rt, I .,' Tempest's new (En-11ne 6 develop. 140 horsepower from 213 \cubic Inches Shoulder PICniCS Lb. 29 Bacon
1J l .'r' !! and It'll please everybody but the gas station man. And Tempest's cptlonal-it- : RepairRepIacemen& _ ___ _---- _

F r. t i _\' 1"y.Y"I I "I extra-cost 326-cublc inch V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. I Repair LEAN MEATY FRESH!: GROUND

Kf TM ONLY MAUI WHO IBIS THI WIM-TIAOC CAM-TOW AUTMOBZH PONIIAC MAIM"Owck"
:t f t" .I \ I INSTALLATIONSTROUBLE Spare Ribs Lb 49 I 3 Ibs. L$
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: Local Residents r October 17, U63 ...


It's Paid For. Rear Utllltr: .lUaUplF All Traction
Crash
LOCALS i'' In Auto On. 11) 114 Model Ford Tractorto
be accepted a* part payment.
Substitutes are making .inroads The** price to bo F.O.li. Cl.wl..-
la both the sugar and ton. Florida.
South Of Sebring Th. City Commleilon raeerree the
-- citrus Industrie and to peetact
r I I right to accept the loweel or belt
John Hawkins was called Puckett of sons Glade our ute blood a prominent : bid. and to reject anr or.ll bids
Mri.
left Tuesday a r. SLAIA
Beach last weekendbY Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Whlddon, official recently offered
West Palm for a hunting trip to sugar CN No. l*(
to the death of her nephew, Lloyd kota. The men are driving South Da. their guest Mrs Carlton Allen of a helpful solution for Ma Oct. 10 17, 1MI

bwkini., aged 4. She returned and camping the through Koscuisko, Miss., their granddaughter Industry.
knowing funeral services ....hlcbwert on the hunt Cn trip as well at 1 Jamie Edwards, and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
! held Monday morning. Mrs. ''ar |Mrs. Ethel Wiggins and daughter, "Even thoatft I am requiredby REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME!
Jennie Toulis doe hereby certify
Th. underlined
Y. Thomas of Belle returned home Janette, of QewUton were Involved doctors to 0s. a 'substitute'sweetening
tSa. Agnes last week that w* are conducting; an
visited friends In dewiiton from< a visit in Brooklyn I' In a head-on collision near Se- I always empty &wo Itlectronle Bale and Service kual-

Glade Saturday.Mr. with family.her son,V. A. (BID) Toulis and bring Friday night All escaped little bars of sugar In the sane n.flctltlou.* at Clewleton.name of Florida Aeoclatd, under Bleotronlct the-

gad Mn. ft. D. Strickler with! numerous bruises and eer when drinking tea er coffee and that ald firm le com
Mr. CHAPTER FA1ME1S October I. Included, left U right,
and INITIATED
Mri. '
T. H. posed of the following pereoni
mpanled by Mrs. Strlck- Jones Sr. scratches, but with no major Injuries to keep consumer baying
.ccc: > of Harold Jones David Hester who.. name and place of realdeac
Sere Sarasota vice president Cecil Akin, treasurer! secretary
;
sister, Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty, visited for a few days although the car In which at a level," h. said are a* followerFANNIE
ler" over the weekend with their ; Dale McCaU. reporter and James Bndd. The boys were advanced V. MOOD;'
for a weekend visit daugh they were riding was practically
to{ Sarasota ter, Mrs. Betty frem Green Hands to Chapter Farmer and were Installed by LOTTIE M. :MOODY
Yountanan. and 'demolished.
41* W. VenturaClewlaton.
friends. their former officers who base graduated from Clewlitoa HUh. Maryln
W. IOn T. H. Jones, Jr. The accident occur red about Florida
Mr"and Mrs. W. Sage and and I .
their families. Han vice president; Shell Williams, treasurer and Robert Thompson PUBLIC NOTICE Ownership of Aeaoctated Electronic
Mrs. Jesse Eller and five miles south of Sebring when follow
guests I* a* :
(their Mr. reporter assisted la the ceremony held la the Chapter room. Richard
Finical of Kansas, took and Mr. Howard Roberts : the Whiddon'a 1982 Impala, whichI Fannie M. Moody
Eva -
MM and Miss rape la the chapter advUor STAFF FHOTO.I Lottie M. Moody
weekend drive to Everglades Patricia Anne Robarts I he was driving north was struck I their Intention to apply to
Park and Key West were guests of Dave Pattiaon durIng beadon by an Edsel sedan, driven INVITATION TO BIDDERS. City the tC\r\ of the Circuit Court In aad
Ths of th
National Comnoiaalon
MJSI Frances Morgan left Satvia .- the weekend. I I Kelly Employees Weetman, Jamye Beetle, Mrs. W. ,by an elderly Dade county resl- o( Clwlton City will rooel e eeald bid for later Hendry th. laid Count name Florida of AoolatedBleotronlc to ret-
with her sister. Miss Mar Miss Terryl Jane Nash, who Is A. Jones. I dent, whose name they did not p to S:10 P. M. EST. October 1. : under the provision of
foliowinautomotlroi
Fred C Gene Sullivan Ills on the Chapter .. law of Florida, Act
Oct 21: Slkes.
attending learn.t .
and Dr. Wm. r. Holy Name I
Morgan Academy at Picnic at CrandonSeveral Of 1141.
JIll nirt!. Jr., both of the Public Health San Antonio, Florida, brought a Betty Joy Howard. I t The Whlddons said the Edsel 'gr:( ) ?eaTy Ford Duty 4000 tractor Induotrlal similar). FANNIig M. MOODY
Department. tor Ann Arbor. Mich.te fellow student Jeanette Flicking dewliton families attended Oct &: Mrs. Everett Foster, R. was headed south and drove out or Thla equal tractor to ( to b* equipped with CN ..ULOTTIJD If. MOODY

a week' stay. Dr. Hill and of Coral Gables to spend the week. the picnic held for Kelly Trie E. Shaw. ''of the line of traffic, successfully the followings Oct. 15. IT. 14. II, Itll
jCu Margaret Morgan, ate attenda end with her mother, Mir. Evelyn tor co. employees and their fam Oct 23: Lillian Barton. Margie passing one car and attempting! I. Minimum ment engine of (ITI Gasoline cu. In

! a abort course at the Unlver- Nash.Mrs.. I irks at Crandon Park Miami on Stephen Earl Miller ,to pan a truck. Mr. Whlddon attempted .. 140 RP.M.. Independent.dl.Plac.1 I INVITATION TO BIDDERS
Oct 24: Robert Avant Betty to maneuver his car out takeoff.I The City Comml..lo. of The City
sip of Michigan for Public Health M. 0. Silva, MM.. John IL Sunday. Softball games and out Standard l-polnt hitch.
personnel. Enroute Faulkner and Mrs. door amusements Young Scaldinl. Hazel Post :of the path of the Edict and had 4.: Front-.nd Loader: similar' 'or. 01 CI.wl.toD will r.e.I" scaled bide
Harvard enter
Department provided ,
Parkinson I I two wheels off the right shoulder (Ford Bucket w/ up. on the: f wing: Yet::
on .
guy visited with relative! In of LeBelle visited friends In talnment for the group, as did the I T/S eu.yd.. Material ). I Kloctrlo
of the road when the Edict or'equal oro:
dewlston I. Back.Hoo attachment elmllar
Some, Ga. Saturday. cooking of part of the bountiful TWO (I Weetlnsrhou ( C8)Induction
I to (Ford Model 111 w/ .. ) Typo
FARM BUREAU struck his left headlight and ripped .
Mr. and Mri. Leon Bembry Mrs. Kirby Thompson has returned picnic dinner served. I Standard Trenehln Bucket 11' Motor II* Volt l I
down the left side of the car. .tab.banalna I ,ha.* 4/'O Rle Full Load II
and standard
iilted their daughter Orlando from Jackson Memorial dewlston residents attending the IN ANNUAL MEETThe dlsrlnar depth ILl: IIS (.4 Amp per Terminaleyefe.
Sparks, and family la Hospital Miami where she underwent event were Mr. and Mrs Loyd I i The car was taken to Sebring .. Mower afa .hm.nt. elmllar orttquoult' lies RPM Constant ipood.
Then Mrs. Wiggins' eon, Wayne, TWO (I) Weatlnchouee Typo C8)
Flall-t
(Ford Model 107
Sunday. eye surgery.Mrs. Kelly and family Mr. and Mrs.Robert Hendry county Farm Bureau '
[ Induction Motor. ISO/440 Volt, I
.
The Mr ,
Wiggins' Wayne
son
fie Pauline Barensheer spent G. H. Brown, Miss Patricia W. Kelly and family, Mr. will hold its annual meeting T. Tlr..ll'tontl TIOs1ply: :MultlRean Kaae: 40C: Rise Full Load. /
here with her mother, 'I ,was notified of the accident and rib 1.1. I'I 11,11Amp.. par TerminalSO
last week Powers Miss Evelyn Lee and Mrs. Lee and tomorrow evening in the LaBelle .
and Mrs. Larry daughter SO cycle 1TM RPM Constanted.
'I brought the Wiggins' car up for the 14 1x14-f ply All Traction
Cobb who returned
Mrs. L. A. Beryl Bowden attended a buffet Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E Mall, "school cafeteria. Dinner will be Utility.One .
with her to her home in Chicago dinner In Pabokee. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth served at 8:30 and the meeting party to continue their journey. (!) 1111 Model Ford Tractor ONE! (1) sterling (Type KF) Induo
Saturday evening Walter Mr. They were enroute to Pensacola Front-end Loader and One ( tlon Motor 110/444 Volt, I phaeo,
tor a stay of a few months.Mr. honoring Miss Helen Paredesof and Mrs. Bob Adams and children,i I will start at < o'clock. Speaker at and Mobile for the weekend. SIT Mohawk Rotary Mower to b "'0 Bias I H.P. 4/4T Amp
and Mrs. Abner H. Vann were Miami, president of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. John Varnedoe, Mr. the dinner will be Senator ElmerFriday. accepted a. part payment. ll I I SO CrcU 1101 RPM Constant
visitors In Miami I t Mrs. WhIddon said "I'm thankfulwe On. ((1) Farm Tractor similar TheDbid.
weekend Federation of Business and Professlonal and Mrs. Vance Whldden and famllly were not more aerioualy injured equal to (Ford Model 1000 All Purpoae submitted thall bot for
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peters of Womens Clubs. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. and I President of the Bureau Is Mel ) equipped ae follows! Ono (1) or all of th... motor Intheir
visited with friends in Dyal vin Wilder of dewlston. I' and we were glad It was 1. Minimum of 144 cu. In Displacement '' preeent condition. Theeo mot
Uesburg Mr. and Mrs. G. IL Brown and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hoi our car instead of the one next angina (Gasoline or Diesel) or can b* .*en at the City Garage

Oewiiton Saturday. They were en. son. John, visited Mr. and Mrs. 1 land and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I I I 1111 our line of traffic; that was avery I. use Take-D.P.M.off. Independent Power T.OO:The a.m.City to Commlaalon 1-00 p.m. weekdaja.tiler,.. the
route home from an engineering David Rowlee and daughter Gret-*'Beder Nail and daughter, Mr. and Citadel Dean' List low sports car with two college t. Standard I point hitch. right to accept the beet bid, and to

meeting In MIami The Peters' re- chen, in Hlaleah Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Maxhsm, Brenda WaVj Includes F. TokiedaCadet I boys, who would undoubtedlyhave 4. One liar or(1)equal Mower to attachment(Ford Model, elm-SOT reject any or C. all F. BLAIR bid..
tided In Oewlston during the construction Itri. Brown also attended a meet.j dron and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Me- been killed, if the car had Flail-S ft. cut'. I h I tnt.""" City Manager
: of the Herbert Hoover ing of Carrier dealers held in Miami Duffle. Frank,K. Tokieda, son of truck them instead of us." I. TiroFront Rib I.1. T. 0xl: /-. ply Multi- Oct.CN No.17. .91 1141 ..
Mrs. Albert Y. Tokieda of dewls-
Dike, when he was on the local on that dsy.
staff of U. S. Corp. of Engineers.Rev. Mrs. J. H. Legg of Fort Myers ton, was among Citadel cadets who
PT 109
George Nelll and Norman and Mrs. Leroy Feller of LaBelle Birthday GreetingsAnd achieved academic distinction by Begins At I
,
Gilchrlst of Hollywood were guests were in dewiston Monday in the winning a place on the military Dixie ThursdayThis 1
and Mrs. Hor- : ( If you bon In an college's Dean's List for the semester SQUARE DANCE
ol the Rev. Henry Interest of the American Cancer' were la the first time the movies
tell Ford Sunday.Gid Society. Both are prominent volunteer -I' odd numbered year renew ending June I, 1963. have portrayed living presidentThe I

Brown, accompanied by J. workers In the Society's program that driver's license NOWI! Col. R. M. Byrd, academic dean, movie in color and made in "
L. Sullivan of.South Bay and Lee in Southwest Florida. announced the winners who must the Florida Keys, excitingly Every Saturday Night > :
Oct 17
: W C. Prewitt. Mrs. Joe have at least a grade point ratio recreates the combat adventures
Han Melvin Pape, Alden Wyie of 3.0 which 1s the approximate
12
and I of President John F, Kennedy 9p.m. to 'i
Mrs.
I J. A. Roland. equivalent of all B's.
as a PT-boat commanderin
.
Vthe Oct. U: Christine Dean, Harvey'+, Colonel Byrd praised the students the Sodomon Islands during 1.McCORMICKS

Pridgen. I I I who achieved Dean's List status, WWII. SKATING RINK
\
Oct 19: Mrs. Carolyn ,
: Suggs and said, "Competition for a placeon Being a true story, the Dixie ,
Mrs. Henry Story, Joyce Fuller the List continues to providean Crystal Theatre recommends this

Bobby Diets I added incentive for scholastic movie to parents for their childrento LaBelle
Oct 20: Howard W. Bishop, Bob accomplishment" witness this momentous pageof I Ii

1 1 ____. I history which begins today. i


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WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING FOUR MONTH OLD CALVES frown on Purina Nursing : )
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Jenny Hendry ..... .. ....................... $M Undo before opening his 'years to become: a doctor
page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlstn) Fla. 1 Tennis Court Get Mary Evans ................. ................ I practice. Sebrln'l erinary medicine," Dr. Jell of 'c
''I t Thursday, October 17, 1963 I Ii I NightlyVorkouts filch Individual Game i. I High School Born In Canal Point, Dr. said &.

I tennis courts, which Jenny Hendry..................."'......?. 213 I gan was graduated from Pahokee Dr. Jernlran and }I. ,
i Jt Win Prizes For board at the Country Club and The three been constructed Bebe Watkins ...... ................--..... 210 High SchooL He graduated from ,'1 living: at 806 North Lakevlew fang\
specify carts. if they would like electric on have the recently site of old courts In Central Mary Evans ................................ 203 News Notes '''the University of Florida with aBS ]I Sebring. 1 pql> \
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I ,, Playground, have been popular Actual Score* Series: degree In animal husbandry, j
Punt Pass & Kick The Ringer Tournament now In'I spots each night. Bebe Watkins ........................_..... 472 ',, after which he served three yean
i progress will continue through Nov I The fine lighting provided by Frances Carlin .........."''''...........-.. 449 Wednesday, October 25, has been as a pilot In the U. S. Air Force. Glade Roofing -
Ii$ i, Twelve Clewiston lads will receive ember on 29th Ladies with scores Day only.to be There Improved I hte city makes these courts pop- Earnestine Leavett ............."'..-._ *20llifh set aside as the first of four af- The family lived In Sebrlng several COAD :
I prizes In the Ford Motor nineteen ladles entered far. 1 ular with players and they have Individual Game: I ternoons at which parents of elementary years when. Dr. Jernigan was associated Metall Work
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I Company's Punt, Pass, and Kick are Prucs, will be awarded so been the scene of much activity Debe Watkins ..u....................--.... 178 and high school studentsare with his father-in-law, New Cons&raeUoa
i Contest, sponsored locally by Hen- and most low score j'each evening. Spectators are en- Frances Carlin ................................ 1TO invited to visit teachers and Louis Alsmeyer In a ranching operation Repair Jobs a
7 i dry County Motors. Richard Phelps, approved. Joying the games: too. Jenny Hendry..... .....................?.. 164 discuss the student's progress. at Lorida. Later he was Phone
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'r. 1 manager o; the dealership announced ",';. I BAOIUCK LEAGUE IMuUen' || Supervising princpal James Bran assistant county agent in Marion 2-7111
the following winners In LADIES OF THE LAKE Office Supply won 4 don has announced that both County at Ocala. "My continuing Day or EvenlnnWANTED
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the local contest conducted Satur- BOWLING LEAGUE '1 will dismissed at 1:30: P. o. Box
y points from A. Duda& Sons Thurs. schools be interest in animals led m. to return I 1213
: day. Team W L day night in the Badcock Furniture and that parents are encouragedto to school for four additional Cl.EWJSTO, FL\
8 year olds: Carl Burner, 1st I Parkinson's .................... 12% 7H. Handicap Leagus. Labron Williamsled visit teachers until 4:00: p.m. ,
Rlcnard Baker, 2nd and Owens Tomorrow at 9:30: Matt Stanton _12 8 ,
; Cy SpOrt Shop the with 186-526 Score I I The practice, initiated last year -
3rd, will give the second In a series of USS Corp-..............."'........? 12 8 Geneva's way Drive-In won 3Mi points has proven very popular with parents -
i 9 year olds: Frank Tomlinson, four consecutive free lessons for Hare Lumber ........"'.?... 10 10 from ConntU's Gulf Service despite and other counseling: sessions ." ---
j, 1st; Greg Miller, 2nd; and Jimmie beginners. Equipment and balls Baldree's................"',..'". 8 12 JOe Hayes 205 for Conn<1U',. 1 are scheduled for December 11, !
will be furnished at no cost. ............ 12V4
Vans" ted Wilson Lumber 7V4 Bryon Walker rolled 203, 218, 588 February 5 and March 18. Report .
r 10 year olds: Jerry !-IoIoubeklIt; Canebrake ....................?. VA 12ft for the winners. cards will be distributed Monday, Ilendry County Acreage Listings
ington Senators; 2nd place prizes Scratch High Individual Series Richmond took 3 from October 21 for the first six weeksof
rno ti. Baby Tigers Polly McLendon ..?.....................? 454 Doug's Plumbing Barbers with Benny school. DADE-MONROE
I 11 year olds: Lee Davis, 1st; Allen Enda Smith ........,........................... 416 ,Richmond'City 112, 186, 219 617 -- REALTY
Carlton, tad; and James Met Sink DragonsThe JoAnn Spurting ............................ 392 the 'Wljfc/( Junior Meadows paving had Guidance counselor Harold Estep 309!> W. Sugarland Itwy. ph. \ r
3 jjn!
Cartty,3r ClewMnn Handicap high Individual Series a 801 t. thlSoosers.Badoook has announced that senior place- J
Tier JV
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First place prises are warm-up team defeated Lake Edna Smith 416 Jjwniture team caught ment tests will be given October
I jackets In the eaters of the W sh. Green Dragon the JV' 20-0 PlacId in- Sherry Ferrara ............................ 547 j on fire tJae. first with Everett 21 and 23; and the State Teacher _.. -
by Washington Senators.are Lake Placid Tuesday night Betty Carlton ................................ 546 I,I Fisher roUBtf game 235, Curtis Slade cM, Nursing Scholarship exams
football helmets, and 3rd place for their tint wto of the sea I Carolyn Booth ................................ 543 i i at 313 aadri!:,fine i a 1.110 team game. will be given October 22. Anyone -
prizes are footballs, autographedb ton.; Scratch High Indivlual 'Game I They eadtjl lip winning 3 from Lind- Interested In additional Information 01. 844IjJsRes. ( :
yWashlngton Senators. Polly McLendon ._: ..-:..__ .L 1851 I: aler.4rtssCompany. Carlthers should contact Mr. Estep priorto
Gene Fuller was director of the kinky Miller scored the Edna Smith .................................... 168 I Radio fcjyiDOk :3 from Everglades these lest dates. I i VI 8-2682:
contest la Cl wlston. first touchdown of the season, Betty Carlton ...'.......................... : Federal Savings & Loan Assn. I! '
f Sieve Bell romped fer the lUndiagp Hlfh Individual ; :21 Anal BliftKrs Texaco continuedto

second TD and Gary Redish Edna Smith .................................... 222 )bawl winning 3 from And Tommy Moore Head
passed to Bell for the third Betty Carlton .........................-..... 221 Wtt's Mwft Oflf Service. Roman's Thurmond W. Knight
Country Club points TD. Two were of good.the three extra Polly McLendon ...................... 212 Dusting Service won 3 from Echols 63- 4 Youth Board "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"

Plumbing ., .. :I
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I Notes ROCKETTES LEAGUE I Everltt wfa't won the free haircut Tommy Moore was installed!
Tigers Feted At Points of Doug's City chairman of the 1963-64 Youth Thurmond Knight Realty. Inc. omcr,

I By Matt and Teresa StantonI' Glades WednesdayMembers Sullivan Team Pharmacy .................... 19 tents: : Hayes won the Board of Wetherald Youth Centerat llo" |ilW.)! nhlrra' Beach 2010 Avenue E
I a meeting held at the Cane- a'e.t Palm n.,.... Florida RMera
I Polly McLendon swept the field J. V. Thomas & Son ................ 18 by bowling Beach
I with a natural 47 to win the first of the Clewiston Tiger Florida National Bank ............ W, : 125 pins over his average. Another rake Restaurant Wednesday eve ..
Ladles Day Tournament of the sea varsity football squad were Duda Farmerettes ..................?...,1414, barrier was broken when Benny ning. Officiating at the installation ------ -' .
l) I son October 4th. Tied for second honor guests at a steak dinner Keen Real Estate ........................ 12 I Richmond rolled the first 600 series was City Commissioner T. H.
: were Bonnie Durrence and Ruth held last night at the Glades Restaurant I Elberta Crate & Box ................ 7 or better bowling a 617 set. Our Tones, Jr.Other '
;. McCarthy. along with members of Dan's Dragline Service ............ 6 congratulations! officers and members of:' You Be in
f 1, Last Friday's Low Net was won the coaching staff. I Goforth's Garage .......-............... 5 I the board who were also installed'by can
The dinner was sponsored by a I Mr. Jones, are Elaine McCon-
by Dot Terrotti! with: Addle McGe- ville, vice chairman Moore, 1
group of local football fans as a I ; Terry

,. I' hee low putts.and Lllah Florentine tying for reward for the splendid Improve I Frances Individual Fussell ...."'......Game.... 178 Series 475' Flag Football secretary lentine, ;Smitty Ricky Sexton Polhill, ,Cal David Bal- New CBS Home
ment the squad had made since I
I ,y: ,'- In the LehIgh Acres Invitational the beginning of the season. Those Ronice =......... 174 478 i Beardsley, Barbara Waters, Donna I a
on the 8th Clewiston winners were who have contributed include Eddie By WOODY CARRUTHERS Morrison, Judy Brantley, Clagg
Addle McGehee, low gross; There Swindle Team Game Series, Hooks and Marcia Futch.
Billy Swindle, Melvin
esa Stantton, low net; Ruth McCarthy Pape, Dr. Charles! Reid, Sonny J. V. Thomas Se Son "'....744 2,1131 The Midget League seems to beI I
'I second net; Polly McLendon, Stalls Dick Baker, Bill Bowdon pretty evenly matched this year
i third net and Ruth I1APPY XII LEAGUE except for a strong Jets' team. Jernigan OpensVeterinary For $500
; Mottley, bowlers Joe Marlin Billiard, Bill Baker, I I I t
$ prize. Fred Sikes, Ed Dean, Dink Davis, Teams W LPotashnlck.Badgett Mike Kehoe seems to be key man Office .
..,i: .'' '' The Sebring Ladies Invitational Mac McClendon, Jimmy Davis, ............ 12 I for the Jets scoring 8 TD's and 4 I II 'Dr. William H. (Bill) Jernigan, ,
4 I is scheduled for Tuesday, November Frank Polhill, Tubby Owens, Tony A&W Root Beer .....-....???... 11 9 I extra points for a total of 40 points son of Mr and.Mrs. W. P. I
1 't ail 5th. Tha entry fee is $2.50 which I Toulis, Ernie Miller, Gene Edwards Glades Restaurant ........?? 10 10 I and 128 yards rushing. The Jets, gan, Is announcing! the Jernl.j'l in less than 30 days.
.'A covers greens fee, luncheon and Marty Waldron and Gee Dan's Dragline Service... 7 13 with three wins under their belt, the Sebring Animal Hospital at 520
1J4 prizes, must be In by October 30th.it' I Small. Handicap Scores haven't lost a game. The Rebels, I I North Rldgewood Drive in Sebrlng. I
;; Those wishing to participate are Movies of previous Tiger games High Series: I Tigers and Chargers/ all with 1-2 Dr. Jernigan received his doctor of For i information, See
I J :\ asked to sign up on the bulletin were shown during the evening. Bebe Watkins .................._?..._ 568 records, are fighting it out for second I' veterinary medicine degree from

place honors. .. I'I Auburn University, Auburn, Ala.
4 I Ii Last week's results: Oct 9-
I r Jets 12-Chargers 0 He Interned and was associated J. E. BEARDSLEY
i with Dr. Horace E. Caton in Or-
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1, Tigers :-- 'beJ.Q] I I
1 REGISTERED! REAli ESTATE/ BROKER
I:: f It looked like the Comets were goIng I I

..'1 1I't to be Number One team In the ( ,C'Y.lltPER Clewiston Phone YU 2-7501
Junior League this year, but the sex to-tee* setrfK* I
I't Devils, with some fine passing by
: Mickey Williams and running by
Dan Nelson, proved to be too much I DON'r AGREE WITHY
':: for them. Both,, teams were undefeated r, ,' "
THE SCIENTISTS WHO
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before last Thursday but the
Devils got all the glory as they CLAIM THAT MARRIED f Waldron
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took home first place honors. MEN LIVE: LONGER--- Westberry

Be Sure to Attend our The third place Warriors led by IT OUST SEEMS LONGER!
} Freddy Robertson, have a strong
team which could easily knock Licensed
off the first place team. The Angels Plumbing Bonded
Double "A" Paint Store who( are holding up the rest of the! s Insured
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i league, are still looking for their:

first Last win.week's results: Sales and Service

Get Sale" Oct. 8 Comets Devils 33 13--Angela Warriors 7 S 849 East Sugarland Highway

t1 Acquainted Oct. 8 Warriors 12-Angels 0
Devils 19-Comets 7 Contracting Remodeling Repairing

LEAGUE STANDINGS 59. w.ye., ?.,,. 24-hour Service Phone YU 2-4141 Day or Night

{ Beginning Fri., Oct. 18 & ending Sat., Oct. 26 (October Midget' 10)) 6 Plumbing Fixtures, Galvanized-Pipe Cop
Cylinder Motor
Team W L
Jets _...._ ___ 3 0 per-Plastic-Cast Iron ipe, Valves and Com

Interior Masonry Exterior Interior The Cadillac of the InVinylFJo Rebels __..?..?.__ 1 2 plete stock of repair parts
Tigers ....?....?.??,???.._?? 1 2
Masonry Paint dustry" Chargers -?.?..._?...__.?-_ 1 2 r Now in Stock

+ 12 colors, plus white "a quality 'I.' E-Series Exterior Jnnlori I Crane Fixtures Rheem Water Heaters and Barnes
1 r: llet? Interior coatln," V.my 1-J'"poxyI Team W L' I Pumps
Durable, fast drying Easily Ap. Devils ____ 3 0
I Sale Price $3.29 plied Epoxy Masonry Comets t..u,,,,,?....._ 2 1 321 E SU< AfctANt> *IW/ Fred Westberry-Owners-Norman Waldron
Warriors ????......__? 1 2b.0
i',t- i Sale Price $4.09 Coat 3 -
Compare $4.95
Mildew and Fungus: resistant- -
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Compare at $5.95 lasts.


i I !I '' Epoxy 200: Series Fortified 201 Series Sale Price $6.49 4r,1 r mod,. '1 1. Complete Line Of

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per ,111.I

I Enamel Interior Enamel Compare at twice the Building Material

'.....' (SeIDl-Gloss) price i 1 fA'

"t t Reg. $10.00 Color matched to Vinyl-no and .
Vinyl Epoxy produces a beauT' e I e advertised and A'
Sale I Price $7.99 t1ful, son luster, 80 eye plea.. "I
ing and relaxing. No harsh 10- more paints and FOR LARGE OR SMALL
\ i eat many
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Price $4 99
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tested and proven under .
I I ds condJtIons. ,at quarts at the lame Bet CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL
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FOR SALE: George's HoteL 20 County Court f Clewiston, Fla Thursday THE CLEWISTON, October 17,NEWS 1963 Page Seven I

iClASSIFIEDU. rooms furnished. A bargain. YU ______ _
+, 21951. Box 1253, Glewlston, Flor I Plea Dayv

ida. Jan2c Cases with arrests made by
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Wildlife Officers presentedat
were
PHONE YUkon M201li FOR SALE-Solid rock maple dinIng ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU Mr. Loy Doke I Hendry County Court's Plea

RATES: Four cents I table and six chairs. Also :2-6881.! tic Day Monday with Judge B. N.
; fflED insertion. 70 cents I painted corner cabinet Three --- REAL ESTATE: I Parsons fining Larry E. Bronson

,word charge per : four Insertions 36"x54 and one jr'xH" Venltian i FOR RENT Furnished apartmentNew bedroom I'and Randolph E. Thorsen each

tor\\lID ths Price of three.KJOtfEFOR blinds one 10'xl6' blue living kitchen. Three rooms, Phone NORTHSIDE frame cost of court and the Game Warden'l
room rug. Phone YU 25731. YU 2-C421. tic 110000. I .
NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame mileage on charges of bunting -
Nov7c doves> In a closed county.
-- ---- SLEEPING ROOM for rent $10.00 9000. (
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NEW: SUPPLY OF SCRATCH- per week for steady renter. ACREAGE as available I Charged also with hunting doves

PADS are ready. Newt office. Phone YU Z. 694. octl 3 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 with dogs without leashes, the two
bath frame home. Hardwood were fined costs of court. On a

MODEL AIRPLANES one assembled FOR RENT: Two one bedroom floors. ,third charge of trespassing on an

SALE-223 and one partially assem- apartments and one efficiency 325 FHA HOMES in Broward, Palm enclosed area, the two were fined

P. 0. Box 625 or va-I bled for sale. Call YU 2-4501 LaBy rs Motel YU 22891. tfc Beach and Dade counties, various $39 or 33 days each, sentence sus

[Son YU 2-2161 OctTcOGV Itc. fixes and prices. Small cash pended.
__ FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and I I I Charlotte Fletcher H e a dIe e, !
FOX SALE: FOR SALE: Annuals. Flower and I trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp paymentFOR RF.NT Efficiencies and charged with driving while Intox-I

motor, dual 12:50: vegetable plants In individual YU 21181. tIc houses as available. icated, plead not guilty and had I

Set Fry Hardware tfc peat pots. Corbin Farm and Ranch Over 1.0<10 vacant lots to select bond let at $200 until the next session -
Supply. Octi7c FOR RENT 3 room furnished of County Court.
from for all purposes. Various
It SALE Payroll envelopes, I apartment available after Oct Terms.INVESTMENT. I I Also charged with driving white
prices.
vrtih form for social soJ 20. 408 E. Ventura Itc. COMMANDER JIM DICKSON. congratulates Kenneth
rioted : AND INCOME intoxicated Charlie Hawkins, Jr., NINTH DISTRICT
.11 J withholding and other de- BusineS$ Si ices PROPERTY. I and Alex Bang Flnney were each Walker, as new commander of Legion Post 93, as newly installed

?ions Box of 500, dewliton Ralph Ford RENTAL. Recent fined 1200 or 60 days plus BO days first vice commander Frank Veltre, left, looks on. Walker was Installed
MONTHLY
{wi office., $360 revocation of licenses; Willie Sol I at Joint Installation-memorial services en October 6th.STAFF'.
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur CBS construction: $23,000. I I
Evans, $200 or 60( days, with license PHOTO.
Don Gallasslnl] RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carlthers nished apartment Phone 21271.tfc LONG TERM low Interest, farm, revoked for 6 months. Harry .

USAuE.: Boat trailer and new Radio & TV Sales with service. cane minimum grove and$30,000.ranch mortgages Corbett and Drennon Floyd In August, will be for $3,043.52.

iviarude motor, excellent con- Nickell Building, 108 Bond Street FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer i Barton, each forfeited $200 bonds. FARMERS ELECT Richard B. Keating, director of

UMrs. O. A. Anderson, 344 Clewlston, Fla. Phone YU 2-644L spaces. Royal Palm Trailer LISTINGS NEEDED I 4, For speeding: Flarria Lee McBride the State Beverage Department

|Arcade, Phone YU 2-4831 oct31e YOUR PHILCO DEALER tfc Park. Phone YU 22603. tic J. M. LANKFORD I $25 or 10 days; $33 bonds ATCHLEYPAPE which handles the collection of this

EXPERIENCED seamstress for Reg. Rest Elute Broker were estreated for Lillian Claw H. G. Atchley of Felda and tax reports that check for this

It SALE: Jacobsen 24" Reel any type, of sewing. Equipmentfor 530 Eat Sugarland Highway dette Welborn, Zulntin Wilson Richard L. Pape of Clewlston were amount is being sent the city.: I

,'- riding mower with fibre zig-zag and button holes. Rea- Fire, Auto and General Kneen, Robert Lester Sprile.I I elected to serve four year terms This amount represents eight '
ITrass catcher. One 21" tele- I1jI-j-I I I Clarence Wyman Kidder, John I )
sonable. Mrs. Walter Bembry, No. Insurance of office as supervisors for Hen- cents of each package sold in '
loo. LaByer's MoteL YU 2-2891 3 Nails Court, Hookers Point dewlstnn, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 Davis Covlngton and Sheppard N. dry Soil Conservation District in Clewiston during August State
tic Daniels. collections amounted to over $4 I
ltp the election October 10th.
WANTED: Vacuum cleaner In good I!I Albert Miller, Aron Johnson I Other nominees were Joe M. million, said Keating.
Is SALE Parrakeets, $2.00 SEWING OF ALL KIND Western and Charlie Thompson were each
: condition, upright or tank modelCaU Hendry, Clewlston; Clyde C. j
birds, African love Public Notice i i fined $23 or 10 days on drunk
7. Mynah style shirts. Alterations and YU 2-3421. tic i Helms, LaBelle and a write-in can-I Speech 'I
:
supplies I charges; on similar charges Joe :
monkeys, cages dress making. Quilts for sale and didate R. 8, Dunaway of Felda.
boarding. Thompson Wild will do quilting for others. Lucy WANTED TO RENT Two bed- I Hall and Pearl Hires forfeited $23 I total Mrs. Etta Woodlen of Wilmington -
72 ballots were cast for a
Ital: Farm. Phone YUkon 2tfc- Arrlngton, P. O. box 14, Qewiston, room, furnished house or apartment bonds. Delaware will be the guest
of 131 votes.
INTENTION: TO
YU 24245. ocUlp for new permanent resident REGISTER NOTJC'E OP FICTITIOUS NAME Affray: Larry Williams, $33 I Other members of the boardare speaker at a public meeting sponsored
Would like to see Sunday afternoon Th. undrilrnd don hereby eerIfy bond forfeited; M. J. Johnson $23 by the Baha'ls of Fort My
_,MAKES 21" USED TV SETS Mrs. Stanley Futrell Please phone Information to that w. are conducting a eer- or 10 days. I John W. Ash, chairman; Oily ers, to be held at the third floor
Jlrlateed. $1995 down, $14.04 Tic etatlon builncM at SOS E Sug.Arland er Murray, secretary-treasurer
YU 31201. Itc.: Clowl.ton, Florida, No driver's license: Alex Bang meeting room of the :First National
month. LAKE APPLIANCE BLUM & SONS PLASTERING under the Highway fictitious name of Prld.ren' Finney, $30 or 30 days; Rufus Rex and W. B. Barren.Cigarette I Bank of Fort Myers\ Sun-

,yu z.1W. tfc Very Best Work EARN $20 PER DAY or more In Cltlee Bervlo and that laid and John Braxton Brabb each forfeited day, October 20, 8 p.m. The public .
firm I II compoied of the followingwho.S axes
We Save You Money permanent route work. Will trainman
SALE-Simmons HideABeddinette name and place of addru* $30 bonds.Disorderly is cordially invited and no charge
t i suite with six chairs.: Petering, Simulated Stone or woman' if InexperiencedWrite arc .. follow D.' !Prldcen conduct: Jasper The current check for cigarette or collection will be taken. Her 1

) for alL YU 22101. Oct24c Stucco Free Estimate Mr. Heath, Box 2766, Mem- Harvey Gertrude PrldvenOwnrhlp Howard, $200 or 60 days; Shirley taxes, collected in retail sales of subject: "THE REAL MEANINGOF ..
Licensed and Insured phis 2, Tenn. octlTp: : et FrTddn'i Cities Strict Wright, $200 or 60 days, suspended cigarettes in the City of Clewlston ONE COMMON FAITH.
SALE Baby parakeets ,Just 25 Years la Business I. a* follow: B0 ; Earl Jenkins $33 or 33 days
: Harvey D Prldsren & ; "
Corbin 3850 Lora Street WANTED: Used portable TV. Call Gertrude; Prldcen, S0% I with credit '
(f the nest. Some rare. for time served; George -
tfc YU 24421. tfcBAHAMA'S It I. Intention to apply to the
Fort Myers, Fla. our
i and Ranch Supply. octlTcANGE Clerk of th* Circuit Court In and Williams $33 or 35 days: sentence Harlem News
'- ED /-0171 or OX 4-2874 for Hendry County, Florida to reir- suspended upon leaving coun-
OR SALE: Travel Icier the said name of Prldcen'aCltlvi ;
COVERS and Service under the provision.
Mer19: ft Self contained drapes. Cue.tom 0' Chapter 10961, law of Florida, ty.No valid driver's license: Wallace I 1 1 I

fcy be parked anywhere) Shasta made.and slip Complete cover fabrics.line ofdrape1'1 JR'E 5 'L E STAlE: Act of/1941.HARVET D PRIDQEN Otto Campbell $12.30 or 10 Events and News Of Our Colored Community :

ivder Trailer. Brand New. Free estimates. Call YU 2-583L CN No../11 OElRTRCDH PRIDGEN days; assault and battery, Robert I MRS. JANE S, GAJADHA Colored News Editor ,
Jler four has -- Pender
sleeps gas applies plead not guilty and was
Van Cothern's Custom Furniture PROPERTY: Information Oct. I, 10, IT S4, ltl I Phone YU 2-7631 ;
i The new price Is over $3,000. placed under $30 bond until next
er r will trade for property imt and Upholstery, tic I regarding Bimmlnl or other term of court; beating board bill: ADULT EDUCATION PERSONAL MENTIONSgt i

t.ed or unimproved, or may be Bahamian property If desired. YU NOTICE OT APPLICATION FOR ,N. F. Lowery, case continued; I Registration for adult education Ted Campbell McDill Air .

[chased for cash. A real bargain. 23421. tic Chapter 114 TAX.II Florida DEED Statute carrying concealed weapon: Charlie classes began :Monday night, Oct Force Base, Tampa, Mrs. Mae Helen -

1 lor detain YU 23421. tfc MR RENt FOR SALE: New three bedroom MRS NOTICE. M In FOUNTAIN hereby ,given the holder that I Hawkins, Jr., $73 or 30 days, I I U at Harlem Academy Classes Floyd Mrs. Annie Mae Sales

one large bath, block veneel of the J following; certificate has filed with 'weapon confiscated.: I I will be held each Monday and Tues Finder and little Annette Finder

ft SALE: Registered citrus: trees home. Corner lot 703 Bond Street aid certificate I for a .tax deed tobe I,., Failure to have vehicle under day nights from 7 to 9 p. m. and of Plant City, were the house

bdj to go. Write Tomllnson'sPIT FOR RENT: New pianos $8.00 per oct24c issued, year thereon.of ..uano.Th Certificatenumber the dew control: Charles Bras Owens $25 there will be no charges. I guests of Mrs. Julia Sales, Clewls-" IlIon

Rt 1, Ona, Florida. Phone month. Trombones $600 month, rlptlon of the property, and the or 10 days; runnlng.stop slgiu-.i -Young people, who now enjoy, the past weekend.'They were '

xpect 2-7186 (Wauchula) octlTp Cornet $600 month. Also accord- SANIBEL ISLAND PROPERTY: name follow In which! It was assessed areas Judson Lassiter Leonard, $23 or the privilege of being sent to school, accompanied home by.Mrs.. Sales

lane, Banjos, Guitars Mandolins Exclusive Gulf front at $200. per Certificate Mo
IBOAT FOR SALE: es hp Con- Holdridge Music Center. YU 24781 front foot Resort motel and dress Tear Description of leiuanc of ,property unto ) 8ucr- road: Ralph Calvin Ogletree, $23 while It exists. Those City with relatives and friends.

intal. Contact Fry Hardware tfc oct7cBUSINESS : hop. Attractive terms. YU 2-3421 8D. Blk t, Lot 4.Name I or 10 days; destroying private I who have lived past school age Mrs. Cassle Hardy is convalescing I
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.d*
In which JeaaleLe
R. J. Ross
property: $23 bond for-
--- tic Crawford, Box 1409, CI.wlltolloFlorida. I should unashamedly put themselves at her home after being con-

""....a...................................., Dr J. W. Ensile All of. old property being In the I feited. 'I back in the stream of learning fined to Belle Glade hospital. ,
bounty of Hendry State of Florida, and prepare themselves to live Church members and friends are J JI {
tin).** such certificate ahall City Court DocketCases I fuller richer !
DEMAND GREATER THAN deemed according to the law II a life. i j I praying for her early recovery
EVER for houses, acreage, buslneises. property described In auoh b'l I Start serious preparation for :your Mrs. Laura Washington left the I .
DIRECTORY I We have customers wait o.t. will be cold to the handled by acting City rendezvous with destiny by going city: a few days past for Hartford, I
bidder at the Court Hoop door on
In,. List your property with us. the first Monday In the Month of Judge Carlos Dickey last Wednesday back to learn more today. One is Conn.. to spend a visit with her ,

J. E. Beardsler. Ph. YU 2-750L November 1881. which, la the 4th afternoon included Glen Loub, ,,never
tic da Mated r :16th, till.day'oC September, I red light $10.00; Roosevelt Pride, never too late to do good. Register I I Qulllcr and Vernon Washington and

SEE US FORBOTTLED uu.DOROTHY DWI, $200 or 60 days; ; Robert now, and attend your classes: reg-1, grandchildren. Vernon Washington i
I
E EVINRUDE I GASAppliances Clerk Circuit MOORE Court CLARK Relss, unlawful speed, $23.00; ularly. We will be looking forwardto is a former student of Harlem Academy .

Hendry County FloridaCN i Martha dark, unlawful speed, seeing you and your friends. but presently! attending

: Real Estate Oct.No.I, 10.190 11, 14, Mil $17.00 or 9 days; William Post,,I I school In Hartford, where she la
(Sales and ServiceNew running red light, $10.00; Kenneth residing.
Sales- Service G. Fllnctum public TENTH GRADE ACTIVITIESThe
Exclusive Listing:
I Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Robinson
nag Used Motors NOTICE OF RBOOLAR! $33.00; John Davis, crunk',1, tenth grade of Harlem Academy
I spent last Sunday In Miami with
Office 0 A.M -a p J.r. Daily RINENNIAI SCHOOL '
: open
Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION DISTRICT ELECTION light, $10.00; Ernest L. presented a very Impressiveprogram relatives and friends.
'wts and Accessories md Notice I.ca'bro given that anelection speed too great for conditions in the gymnatorlum Friday I I
Sunday.For U E* held' on the -
1000. October 11. The title "Mu-
| KiThs Safety Equipment Sale first Tuesday after the tint Mon ; was
lioae Joel, the same sic To Inspire Our Daily Living." 1
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YJk2atll :nth'otrT JULIA'SBEAUTY
House. Three bedrooms. one > day of November, I It
was presented follows
1111, between the hours of 7 o'clock Boat Safety Laws as :
bath. Block.: : Financed. I
E.WALDRONCALDRON'S CALL COLLECT s.m. and T o'clock p.m on laid day Prelude. NOOKFor 1
South Bay WY M321HENDRT Duplex. Both sides rented. for the purpose of voting; the millas' Will Be EnforcedFresh I Opening Song, JacoVs: Ladder
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Extra rental unit in rear. A to b* assessed against HendryCounty That New Look '
Special Tax School District water fishermen and boaters Tenth Grade. TaUntStrung Cutting

COUNTY lot good and buy furniture.at 111.500.00 Including No.County 1, the of Hendry earn being, a* provided the entire In may look forward to more .e-\\|' Prayer, Clyde Blackman I Ne Appointment-, '

Title & Abstract Co. home Section 110.14 Florida Statute. 1141, five enforcement of the boating I Scripture, Interpretation, Janle Friday and Saturday I IIIn.
in
''ATS AND GROCERIES THle Abstrseta-Jntle ta ra nee in Trade Ft Lauderdale equity $13,000 for dewlston Act and< of amended 1147. by Chapter 11.711, safety laws on Florida's rivers,,t I I Young, Roosevelt Davis and Caro Jells Bale*. tr prlef nHilton's

"'ant to abU$ StewroherUBeneFU. property Improved or unim Only those who) ,are qualified lakes and streams as personnel of lyn Pope.
1pm. A3 to 8 p.m. yepliesdag lector residing In the district and the Game and Fresh Water Fish| Band Selection
SIx Days a Week Tb.t.espyht proved. whoa reslatratlon la recorded and I I Abide With Me
Bridge et sad Tank Are- 250' Hwy 27 frontage. Inside who pay taxes on real estate or Commission complete an and German Waltz. !I '

i EVERY TUESDAY, ) JolIn P. 0. Be. 14, city: limits of OewJtton. May be personal to vote In property aald election.shall b* entitled ment training program enforce-I I Poem One By One, Thomas Jones Grocery I

ORaageFor purchased whole or part.I The following have been dealf.natd by the Florida Boating I Columbus Day, Alphonso Willlams. Groceries Fresh Meats I f

I Tow Spur of Moment Picnics prompt Efficient acres of cane, within % mile Inc said a* polllnc election plate I for conduct. Assistant Director Frye said, Vegetable ,

Home deliveryOF rf Lake on U.S. 27.Trailers. Precinct: Nee 1 Bun's Garage, "We feel that an accelerated program I I Sophomore Pep Song, The Ten- Cold Drinks Essential Item 1
r lilies East Clewleton. of boating safety educationand I .
of OewistonBare sties
We Appreciate Your Patronage
Precinct No. I Fir Station I* I 1
THB MIAMI HERALD Belle law enforcement on the more Male Ensemble The MorganairesIf Mr. and Mrs. Ttantoa BBtea

Beach Bobby Giddens 4 city lots paved street, fens Precinct Precinct No.No. t 4 Covrtbou Old Post Officti*, LaBell FCcJPrclDct remote Inland waters will help re- I I Can Help Somebody Today, rrprietonHarlem 1

Call ed, well & pump septic tank ft Den.ad duce boating accidents and promote The Jacksonettcs. ,

Ill -U.I patio for House Trailer. 10 :x No. I Felda. Recreation a safer boating record for:.I. Ensemble, The Roger Ec'aoes

IS' Trailer included. Total price precinct No." I Annie Nail'* House Florida. Many of Florida's InlarA, Three Coins in a Fountain The

ttention Cattlemen $4000. and take over Trailer ton.Precinct No. 7. City-Hall, Clewle- waters unavailable to all but HUlette., Club

X payments. Terms to right party. South Clwlton the smaller boats that contribute Interpretations, The Scottets.: Your Favorite Mixed Drink
k tae dos to eensetUato Precinct No. I Enr: -4ada If aeon- heavily to boating accidents because I ,
Presentation
of Guest Announcements Cocktails
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[Wts wltk a hag term farm Income Company MPrrecinotHNa Clewleton.i Clewleton f. Motor of Inadequate safety equip Dismissal. -Mrs. M. I. Fried Chicken Sandwiches '

> Iw Interest rates with t Trailer Park and five acres Precinct No. 10. Maaonla Lodge ment" Black teacher. Recorded Music Popular Band i

federal Land on US. 27 East Building BY ORDER LoBelle of the Quarter Board. of Pub- Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wallace. hEfficLAWN '
Bank
2 acres on U.a 27. 190 front II* Instruction for Hendry County, At Annual Meet
Florida. this XJU de CLUB NOTICE .
let w WriteW. sge with business and excellent ber 1303. ** *ptmCNNo. "- Members of the staff of the The I "
regular meeting of the Band
living quarters. This is a clean "HoMzl'BVsl.PRA.rr.! Chairman Hendry Count.Hellth; Departmentwho I I
>L MAT .. Parents' dub win be held Thursday BEBVICK i:
presentable opportunity the Secretary and Superinllesdent attended meeting of the Florida ;
night, (tonight) at 8:13: p.m. : and Friendly ,
and
WalcaJ4 BdIIq"Ilea. l looking for quality Public Health Association In
persons 5flI..trxollont '
In the .choollibfl1'7.: An band par We want Your Business :
Mrs. I'Iort4aTlJnpa Orlando last week Dr Wm.
Income. were ,
Oct. 10, 17. 14, 51. 195
F. HOI, Jr., director; Mrs. Candia ents are asked to be present Very We aim to satisfy; '
---..._ important business to be discussed.All .
Acreage .z Wilson and :Mrs. Betty MOo Allen's Lawn Service
ofT City h Phafl public health nurses; Fred parents who have children In ..It. i
strecelq Ethos 2-6249
Tn'bune 300 acre Ranch. Some in bids Clewl.ton will sexed ConkllH: sanitarian, and Mrs. Dorothy the band are asked to cooperate.Mrs. .- IV
up to 111 PU. *8T. October mart Allen Jr.. Tnvrletor
sad sugar cane, balance in pasture. 11. 1M1 on one UUil'trBlfllni: \ Ma.. Aisher, office supervisor. J. S. Cajadha president

8 mile South of dewliton. china coneldered .: .,
Ft. Bid will b* only on
Myera e equipment which\ can OB abort notice
Call be serviced and maintained by the Bail Bonds
News
Preu a bidder.
Frank Denmead The Utility Billing Machine hall i
Some Delivery 5 meet. these minimum '_Itlotlonl: ELITEICROCEIIYGroceries
".A Registered Seal Estate Brokef t) Electrically: driven p
CAMPBELL 24 Hour
Service
Phone $12 ,E. El Fase At*. (I) Fifteen or more aesum.latlve
34791ATHCOCK's selectors
UT02-J4J1 (I) Twelve digit total In each Fresh Meats School Supplies '
from Fair Grandsr ..Iecto, .. McDonald Bookkeeping and ';:, ,
Office across
This machine to b* bid F.O.B,
he 'Mtario Asseelato! Clcwletan Florid I Tax Service Cold Drinks Clewiaton News \:
JVANTTA JOHNSON Federal Tax Exemption: C.rtlfl>
111 oa e furnlehed. I.
tALF.I t tUlIV1C1R TO Mill The CommUalon Other Items
City of The City I
Aga of Clewlaton reeerve the John W. McDonald 11'
T6E1VC3GPltx L. BENSON right t* H .
CAMOLL accept the lowest or beet bid, and ...,
ne' lfd! TOM3Z1 to reJect say .. all bids. For Information' Celt YU 2-7 GM
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i jj j I'' 40 days; No :driver's license
I Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWSThursday dewistad FU. Tax Roll of $802,960 f Alico Hunting Regulations Are $40 or, Willie Williams $30 or 30
October 17, 1963
days Running stop sign Joseph
Accepted by Co. Board M. Thomas, $23 bond forfeited, ...

Board Members Make Plans I Announced Bv Company Officer willful and wanton reckless driving
; Hendry County Commissionersat Smiley Hendry plead not
. I their regular meeting Tuesday guilty and was placed under $73 :
the Tax Roll from I J. R. Spratt president of Alico ,will not be permitted. session of court.
accepted County bond until next
11 ; For County School Growth Tax Assessor Lucille Small and Land Development Company has I| 8. No dogs except bird dogs : THIS E ;tE,1:, :

certified the roll to the Tax Collector announced the regulation which may be used on area. .
The Hendry county school board Academy and the board accepted to prepare statements for will prevail during the 1963-64 !j I I 9. Taking of hog by use of dogs :
i I hunting season on the Hendry ,will not be permitted. Hunting RulesAvailable :
\ was informed by Superintendent the offer with appreciation. the 1963 taxes. :
f J. H. Bible that the State Depart-I| Internal audits made by William This year's roll totals $802,960:! County Hunt Area. I I A fee not yet set, will be charged i', ijaE ..

ment of Education has approved I G. Perry of the LaBelle an Increase of $21.70791 over the Allco generously makes this I;I those using the area, to compensate Now .. .. :
land available for local hunters for the services of the private ..., .
preliminary plans for a twoclassroom : I Clewiston and Harlem schools were 1962 roll of 78,252.110. .
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addition to the LaBelle) each year In cooperation:: with the game wardens. Judge B. N. Parsons this week .
accepted.
schools It will be necessary to Bids were opened on two trucks, .Board of County Commissionersof urges all Hendry County huntersto identifies :
The Hendry County Bank was the low bid of LaBelle Motors was i yourWELCOME
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the old shower room northof the County; the Hunt area comprising familiarize themselves with the
I remove designated as depository for capital offering two 1964 Ford
accepted
14.000 Case Record
approximately and
the new Ag building to make 1963-64 State Hunting Trapping i
outlay and debt service funds trucks with dump one withoutat
one 48 S.
and
in 45 WAGONSPONSORS.
room for the new addition, Bible acres Townships Rules and Regulations copiesof ;
and
a total cost of 15,886.68. including -'Ranges 32 and 83 E. County Court which are available at the County -
.aid.The |I discount and trade-in. J. R. The following are the provisions I office in LaBelle the : :
board met Thursday afternoon -( Salary adjustments were authorized Judge's .
Spratt, president of Alico Land for the 186344 : I I I Failure to renew their driver's Clewiston and ,
accepted bids on three used for Mary Lois Lee Lathe season i sub-office in places .
school buses, completed prepara Jordan and Clara Whaley of the Development Company appeared I 1. Hunting will be permittedonly licenses brought several residents :I[I where hunting licenses may be :
tions for the Nov. 5th mlllage Clewiston Elementary faculty on before the the Board offering specific on Wednesday Saturday and afoul of the law last week. No valid ,,purchased.I : firms of prestige In the :
election reviewed building expansion the basis of scores made on the company-owned lands for use I I Sunday of each week during the i i i driver's license was a charge i I Judge especially calls at- : business and civic life of :
plans for the coming two teachers' NTE tests received be- of Fendry County residents as a ,period November 9, 19CS:: to Feb on 14 persons at County Judge's'I'[,tentton to Dove Season which in : your community..
years and transacted: other busllIe.s. fore the October 1 deadline. Eva Hunt Area, with provisions as to ruary 23, 1964,except that hunting I plea day Monday Four cases were Hendry County opens on November .

I ',Tinsdale's salary was adjusted on their u.e. and the Board approvingthe will be permitted. on Thanks-1,'!nolle pressed or dismissed after (i! 16 and closes on December 2, : MRS. '
Archie :Mitchell, of Harlem was the basis of three year's teaching suggested regulations. 'giving Day. Thursday November valid driver's license for each was'''to reopen again on December 21 LIZ mm:
successful bidder on bus No. 11 at experience Monthly reports were heard from 28. j'established. J.for final closing on .January 12, TV 2zm'WELCOME
$350; Hendry County Motors, ]i Frank Veltre veterans service officer 'r 2. On Wednesdays, or any other In other cases Judge B. N. Persons 1964
Clewiston on bus No. 19, at $358 The board accepted the resignation ; the Clewiston Airport; Frank single open day hunters will ordered the following dispositions WAGIN
and Hathcock Motors dewlston of Kathryn P. Davis as eta Polhlll, county agriculture agent be permitted'to enter the area I : "
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on bus No. 20 at 251. ,mentary teacher at Clewiston, effective and E. R. Thomasson county road commencing at 11:00: a.m. and j No valid driver's license Charles Advertising doean.tCoat _"., : .
The board examined report of October 19, and appointed superintendent. I"leave the area by 8 p.m. of the Curtis Pelham and Lois Austin -
Glenda KImbrel in her stead Dorothy The Board employed Robert Jerome '! It l <
the final Inspection of 1962 additions same day. $IUD or 10 days each; Alvin Pay I
and K. Vettorl was appointed (Jerry) Flint of Fort Myers Elmo Fuller Jr., Henry Jerone .
I to school properties on I I 3. On Saturdays, hunters will -
substitute "on call" at Clewiston. as assistant county agent Andreis $23 10 days Ervin
withheld or ;
Bible's recommendation j I i be permitted to enter the area at
sufficient funds on the LaBelle Professional leaves were granted effective November first, succeeding :'.. 5 a.m and leave by 8 p,m. on the ,Ray and James Archie Whidden
I school walkways for repair. of Principals John Goins and : Gene Harrison who recently following day Sunday. $50 or 30 days; and bonds estreat- I
their leaks until the contractor James Brandon to attend meetingin resigned to return to mlll-|I I I led. Manuel Fueyo, $12.50, John H. IFOR
( l 4. Each hunter entering thearea ,
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:Miami Oct 28 and 29 and Principal
completes this work. tary service. Flint a native of Lee Holt $50 and Irving Perlyn $25. I 4
|' must have in his her
or own
\, Bible recommended considers- Amos Thomas to attend a County- and recent. honor -graduate-- .- I I I I I possession a written permit issued 1 Improper driver's license BUlie I ins a.,
meeting in Tallahassee on Novem- of the College of Agriculture of $25 10 For-
i lion of the following improvements Coppinger or days;
I I I by Alico or its authorized repre-
her 13-13 and Supervisor Carl the I
and additions for submission to University of Florida was race: rest Spinks $25 bond estreated.
i I I iHornsby to serve on the evaluation ommended tentative (Fry's Hardward dew-1!
by
+ the State County Agent Frank | Speeding Michael OmelU.
1 the regular inspection by '
iston a
'committee ; County Judge's office or M.
for Naples schools October PolhiU and
Extension
Survey. Team in December: at Agent Ken continued; Virgil Maddox Richard
10.:i! Davis, Trading Post LaBenel.I ).
14 and 15. McMullen. W. B. !
Harlem Academy, aircondlUonlng Barron cast the Lott Charles W. Dana, $25 or 10 e
the band room increasing space !I I Request of the American Legion only dissenting vote to employing I,! S. Permits..will be Issued onlyto ,days each; John. E. Wills Sr., $25 1 +
Post at Clewiston for use of Flint, his Hendry County residents. I It ''
objection being to the 'or 10 Manuel
for principal's office constructing days: suspended;
the athletic field for a contest, not position not the individuaL Barron!I i 6. Board of County Commissioners .'
bookroom and storage room; at s Sanchez and James L. Williams,
Daniels Elementary School, changing interfering with the school program said he does not feel that an assistant !I'' Hendry County will furnish $35 bonds forfeited each,

to a larger-pupil status; transfer was referred to the superintendent county agent is needed in one and/or or more persons to patrol 'I I Driving while intoxicated) $200
police: the area during hunting -
and
of I&S gym funds for use in principal for handl- Hendry County. I' period against unauthorized or 60 days and mandatory revocation : -
painting exterior and soundproofIng .in,. Polhlll then submitted his resignation -' and/or of license for 90 days. James
entry illegal hunting I'I
) interior of one gym with future to the Board effective when T.Use of rifles on the hunt area P. Cowart $200 bond estreated;
: plans for similar treatmentof the Board secures a replacement I I I Assault and battery; Tommy
other gyms as funds are avail CAP NEWS NOTESThe tor his position. !I I{!Earnest sentence withheld; R. J.

able; for dewiston High School Clewiston of Thomasson submitted the amended FEWER VOTERS Ross, $35 or 35 days, Vlrtress
squadron the
r construction during 1964-65 of a plat to dewlston's Rldgelawn'> Tate $25 or 10 days. ENERGY
Civil Air Patrol will meet
***** building for arts and crafts mechanical tonight Cemetery. which was accepted by ON LIST THIS YEAR Disorderly conduct: Mllda Jer-
(Thursday Oct. 17)) at 7.43: at the
the
Board and
drawing and general was authorized to nigan Mary Carter $35 or 351,
home of Lt James Walker 431 '
shop if matching funds can be East Sagamore Ave. The squad attend the Florida Association of1.! There are 3,567 persons eligibleto days each; Leb Smith Jr.. $23
obtained. Land Surveyors at Fort Lauder- cast their ballots in Hendry bond forfeited.
; ron will meet hereafter at the I
I I- Dan McCarthy of Glades Gas dale on October 10th and 11th. I I county in the Special Election on Failure to have vehicle: under
Company of Clewiston offered to Thursday same address each 1st and 3rd Chairman Campbell Nall was authorized November 5th reports John L. control: Virgil Maddox. $25 or 25 Announcing the opening of dental office of

.; furnish two new Caloric Deluxe to negotiate to lease certain Hall supervisor of registration days; James Bradford $40 or 40
gas ranges at no charge to the portions of the Clewiston Airport This is 31 less than were on the days; Barney Cook Jr, $33 for
school board for use in the Home INSTALLATION & MEMORIAL for farming at $15 per acre voters list a year ago Books have feited.
1/ f I Economics classes at Harlem per year with the farmers to keep been closed until attar the Ilea: Resisting arrest: Dick Martin
POST (No. 93)) CLEWISTON. cleared all tall growth nearest the tion.I $100 bond forfeited, Drunk. Dick Dr. James T. Gaunt,. Jr., D.D.S.

I I! On Tuesday Evening, October8th runway sites.During i I There are 3,510 Democrats 55 Martin $23 bond forfeited: WillieJ. General
Practice children
in a Joint session of Clewiston the reading of the correspondence Republicans and 2 Independentson Allums, 30 days; Improper tag, including
/ J FAMILY Post 93 and Auxiliary a :Memorial a letter received from the rolls today. Last year there James F Woodhouse, $23 or 10
: Service was held to pay tribute State Road Department Engineer 1 were 3,540 Democrats SO Republicans days, suspended; driving on wrong
H. M. Johnson stated that in regards -. and 2 Independents. s'de!' of road, James E, Williams
and respect to recently deceased sharing offices with Dr. J. W. Ezelle DBS.
to the SRD assisting with the
Commander Mosie Doke of Clew '
PRQTECJQB '' '.
I
I + iston Post 93. The Memorial Serv repair of SR 78, there is not enough .1.
;r primary road funds available in When have
ice was conducted by Commander you something to ship Nickell Bldg., Phone YU 211111
the District, but if the cost would

|Jim mander Dickson assisted 9th by District his staff Com-ci be taken from the County's Sec: Remember REA Express YU 2-2141 Clewiston, Fla. P. 0. Box 731;);
I I ondary funds the SRD would pJ'Oocell
I. ,district officers, namely Gordon plans and supervise construction : Pick up and Delivery Service.
Oliver Exe. Com, John Feeney
with
engineering costs charged

I' Chaplin, Irene Stetter Adj.] Tom against the county's secondaryroad .
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Croft Service Officer Roy Mahoney funds. '--

Sgt at Arms Harry Watts


+ Abner H. Vann AisU Vann ton) Post Sgt Past at 93 President Arms.Auxiliary Also of Hortense assisted Oewis- I Glades Sugar Now. five kinds of Chevrolets for all kinds of people '

with Service. I (Continued from Page One)

Ph. .IMMIM Commander Jim Dickson com- ly planted or are in the processof

2-5971 & mented on the many past activities planting the new acreage made
YU of deceased in the American Legion available to the local producersby
...... .
I .e: and in the FHPA. removal of acreage restrictions
An Installation Service was held formerly imposed by the U. S.
J State Farm Uf.Ineurance Company previous to the Memorial Service), Department of Agriculture.:
( (e' Horn Office:Bloomlngtan Illinois. Dickson and his staff conducted I Among the new growers and the

the Installation Services installingKen acreage they have planted or are
A. Walker as Commander of planting are. Tom Perry 300
Clewiston Post 93, to replace Dolce acres; Cecil Parkinson 100 acres; 115i'-
: also Frank E. Veltre Adjutant Richard Griffin 40 acres; RichardL.

was Installed as 1st Vlce-Com- Pape Clewiston, 50 acres; W.

ADid :nander. !'E.: Perry, Clewiston 200 acres; 11 114LL
Jim Dickson presented Past R. H. Base C ewleton 200 acres;
S%, Commander Charles Oliphant witha and Fairbanks Corp, of Orlando
.i Certificate of Service for his important (John Tiedke and associates) 400
.ii i services as Commander in acres.
If-' 196263. Also Frank E. Veltre, Among the older co-op memberswho
a You Know? Adjutant, was presented with a are Increasing their acreagesby
Certificate of Service for his important the acres listed are Florida I

contributions to the Community Gold Citrus Corp., 1,000 acres;
I r You can Ret State and Nation. Carlos Salas Honiara and Julio

Ken Walker. Commander of Igleslas 800 acres; Roy D. Lundy 7y
GO
r I Bar-B-Q to Clewiston Post 93 accepted a Car 100 acres; Rib Sugar Corp., and

'I tificate of Service for Clewiston 0 V. Land Co., 300 acres: Mar-
Old South Offers Post 93, for its work under Americanism. via Whldden. 60 acres and Witt

The Commttteemen most ,Brothers. 100 acres.
:r. Chicken Catfish responsible for the work were Ab- Last year's production of 183,- r
( ; ner Vann Past President, and. 419 tons of cane came from 6,100 : .
Dan McCarthy. acres There were 3,100 acres a- _
Rib Dinners The Post was honored with the bandoned because of severe weather -
presence of Southern Area Vice- damage.
11. Commander D. R.' Spencer at the

I Packaged .to go!II Services. OBITUARY

I Pest President Kortens Vann
1'8' II eCOtlal'J /you ask. of the dewlston Post 93 Auxiliarygave Rev.

'II' I I a fine report on the two girls j Henry CypressRev.
tI! I r J Come in and place. your ;Sberyl Lee and Chrlstobel Kelly, Henry Cypress pastor of

''i f 'order or who were sent to Girls State. the Big Cypress Baptist Church
I ', :.d.dt .dr/ I't | Refreshments were served after died on the Reservation of Big
t'J\ r the Services were completed. Cypress on Thursday October 3rd m

t ; :: 'Phone YU 2.9322 .|I Clewiston Post 93 desires to express He was 64 years of age, and had a.
its appreciation for the been a leader among the Seminoles -
deep
cr I and your order will be Interest and cooperation: extended for many years, and was active : JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-For 1 luxury- 6-cylinder engines. Chevy II'. six models in two send! F
1.1 in the work of his church loving people. Rich new styling finer appointments In aU act like expensive cars!
in and they're bigger more
the 9th District Officers our m
Iby I series and 15 models. thai
four
!j t ready when you arrive. of Commander Mosle Doke. n the Big Lake Baptist Association. all manual or Power ltdee transmissions.!Engines up to 425 bp', CORVAIR-For fun-lovlnr people. More fun Cotes
I: I CHEVELLE-For ever from Corvair's new bigger engine! Same the

I i BSSSSSS BBSSSS iB i Survivors include a. daughter new NEW kind of car with small-car:pace-setting handling: people.big-car: A comfort totally] handling and riding; ease in 9 models-including h m

: "I I Ii Mrs. Mary''Jane Storm of Danla; Styling that makes expensive can jealous. Three aeries 152ht CORVETTE-For Turbochareed sports-minded CorvetG s, th
t' two brothers. Larry Bert Cypress and 11 models and a fun choice of engine and transmission people. bens
I II rides et
softer of its gusto
smoother-but loses none ,
weekend of and teams!
J Let's Go Bowling this Ochopee: : Roy Cypress of 250 to 37S w h
: V8 from
big offers versions
II-For (
i 1 ; Tamlaml Trantwo sisters Juan- CHEVY practical: : people. Chevy II other car-loyUl
.ita Osceola and Mrs.r Addle Billy with new V8 power' for fun-oix-a-shoestring. BIta Want to get together with dealer< b' m

+ I I: :.1 J} Plenty'. lanes! available,for,open bowling of Copeland. Stretches' shoestring further with 4- and o.ple7. all Go kinds see! your Chevrolet VpjtawJd;'ittf< '0d Col

g )I. j f f. at all time,all Friday,and Saturday all evenings., Sunday, Monday Ms Funeral'service.church on Saturday. were October held in SM lh"Mrtirafr different Bau'If can it your. Chci. TOl .!Uhowrc...-BnronirT, CHEVEUE, CHEW. H, mmj..&'

i days 7th. .with"the Rev. Billy Osceola. --
Dante otl1cfatlnl| and other Sent "

i ; I'r! GLADES BOWLING LANES inole ministers assisting. Interment ..ChuckjWeDs Motor_ Company:
was in Big Cypress Cetus.tery
1J .1 on Boute 80 South of Belle Glade Pattison Funeral Home W. Sujfarland Hwy. Clew
iDJ ton Fla.i yUkonl
: .charge I, ._

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