The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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"America's The Clewiston News

Mazzina Doesn't.t Remember Sweetest Town"

Lindsey Scampers 51YordsRamsExplode VOLUME 38 NUMBER 43 CLEVvTSTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 24, 1963 Return Postage,Guaranteed., Sec 145.3, PJl Subscription $4.00 year

City Receptive To 'Graveyard' of Extinct Animals L I

In Wild 2nd Period Pro Shop Plans Is Unearthed Near LaBelleAn

The difficulties of keeping pace I Monday night the committeecame

with a growing Clewiston were in with, a "pared to the archeological find of rare
Belle Glade's powerful Rams' log in the final quarter with a 80- never more apparent than at the bone" list of I suggestions which value and Importance has been "

"yj a disorganized second quarto yard drive, Thompson passing to. City Commission meeting Monday they felt wlUlbrlng the cost of made at LaBelle by excavation operations

to pound out a 28-12 victory Buckner for the last 10 yards when Leroy Hare, Harry Vaughn, I building down? to $28,500. "We of the Hendry County Rock
outmanned Clew-
i game but The Golden Rams lived up to. Jr. and Bob Berner returned to ,simply cannot get it any lower and What to be a water -
Company. appears
.,ton TI cr team on Cane Field their advanced billing and have a I the commission with suggestion have a building which will meet several distinct sets of
hole with
Friday night The Rams are cur-I most devastating ground attack behind I on plans for the golf pro chop. our needs at present, much less bones of animals and one human
natlr riding a 17 game winning I a large and vicious line. They I The three men were members of the future" they: saidIt
weak, blotted only by an open-)are presently tied with Vero Beach a committee selected to. recommend was the beginning of a new have been found. Scientists say
with Vero Beach. !! the animal bones are of mammoth,
0-0 tie as Suncoast
jpeason, conference leaders to the commission plans for fiscal year; ',the commissioners
'' I mastodon, giant land turtles and
BM Tigers, a 21 point under 'I and were accompanied to. dewis- a building which will be a city- had made a detailed study of their old.
dot prior to kickoff with most ton by a extremely large,number built and owned facility at the golf I projects and found the city in good are from 8,000 to 30,000 :years

masticators giving them little of fans. The attendance Friday course; it will augment the Country {financial condition) they were The site of the find is about four

chalice of scoring, demoralized the night is thought to be a record for Club building, which will be much more rqfeptive to the original ,miles west of LaBelle near the

rfsitors 'temporarily about fivenunuies Cane Field constructed with private funds and plans than] at any time since Cakx>sohatchee River bank. "We +

after 'the opening kickoff. Coach Bandy was excep operated by the Country Club the Inception r 01 the may have found the last big waterIng -

Bo Undsey, speedy wingback, tionally. well pleased with the membership.The I loutcome of th.'conference Monday hole of the mastodon and mammoth t a r ,

romped 51 yards. on a double reverse performance of the Tigers and committee first approached J Jhe is that the committee will ask ," said H. G Matthews, own

without a hand touching felt It was the best team effort commission seeking a "$25..(I the architect ta revise the plans to er of he rock firm. William Reeves -

ha. The visitors had taken the this year "I still feel that 000 building" for a pro shop, and 'include a flat,\roof to eliminatethe field ,oo10lsof Florida, Is

opening kickoff and marched to we have not reached our peak, after a study of the needs and the I paving 'iitthe' original plans, Inclined to. agree.

:i, Tiger 38 where they lost poeesdan r as we continue to Improve city's financial situation the commission i to use a cheaper material for the Several men from the Universityof

< on a fumble. with each game" he said agreed. However, when I wall, which 1s ,partly a decorative Florida are supervising t the handling

The six! point lead held until plans were brought to. the commls- feature, and te use less expensive of the 'rare find, and every

nud-way the second period withhe don the architect's estimate was items in someiof the building details effort Is being made to preservethe

: determined Tigers fighting the Tiger Star $33,000 and the plans were turned I I The result should be a compromise bones as much as possible and

larger and more experienced BG down. Some changes In design whlch1 the committee and to glean all Information from, their

:earn on even terms. The potent were made and the pkans returned 'the commission feels will be with- location, etc. Bones of a mammothand

Ram running attack marched 75 .. with a $29,500 estimate, which in their financial range and will a mastodon were found In

yardi with quarterback Charles was clan turned down ,also be adequate for present and such proximity that leads to the

Thompson': scoring on a sneak. (five :years In'the future) needs. thought they might have engagedin

John Causey made the extra point, r a The building will contain storage a battle to the death. EVERETT CASPER, superintendent for Hendry County Bock

and Belle Glade lead 7-0, ,a lead CITY HIRES facilities for electric carts There are 11 skeletons In the Company., measures a 72-Inch task of a prehistoric animal, which bone

hlch( they. never relinquished. (there are now 19 such carts keptat area, which is roughly 500 feet of several uncovered In operations about four miles from LaBelle.

During the drive Mike the course); locker rooms for long, and an artesian spring was -STAFF PHOTO. {
men and women, each with showers .
Minlni, Tiger quarterback UTILITIES SUPT. and with some locker facilitiesin struck in the area. In pumping off I 1
wis knocked out, and aecordkf the water from thu spring, Junior
varying sizes racks for storage
to teach Joe Bundy re- J, D. Quinton has been employed Perkins, the dragline operator not
of bags
golf ; shop for the
cumbers nothing until the as superintendent of utilities and required facilities.The ed the bones he was uncovering. I Payroll Ahead!

fourth 'quarter.The for the City of Clewlston and will committee The bones Include tusks 0 feet
teams exchanged punts and begin his duties November firstQuinton pointed out that
[, In length Plaster casts of the tusks !
the of the has
:it Rams marched 81 :yards with 37, has been employed in use golf course In-
were made by Dr. Clayton Ray,
creased 100%' during the pastyear
Causey scampering the last 17 Moore Haven and was appointedcity
Florida State Museum at Gainesville Harvest Starts
and there are indications
through the middle of the Tiger manager there on July 22nd. :that growth will continue. and were taken to the university -
defense/ to lead 134. He was an electrical contractor in for study and indentiflcation -
Mazzina was then tackled in Tampa before moving to Moore
With him on the LaBelle mission First sugar cane harvest operations The crop is in excellent conditionbut
end with the- kickoff after
: zone Haven
having collided with Undsey on I I were Dr Bjorn Kurten of of the 1963-64 season in the has suffered from lack of rainfall
II QuInton applied for the position
a crlu-crosa, for a bonus two-point I after the city advertised in state JUPITER Finland, presently at the University Everglades will be started by U. S. in an excessively dry year. Reports -
and Jesse Robertson also of Sugar Corporation next Monday of the US.D.A. and
tfely for the Rams. The visitors utilities trade journala for a superintendent crop
!then recovered a Mazzina fumble BO LINDSET has been picked by for the utilities department The Clewlntoa Tigers, recovering the Museum Stiff when field workers begin cutting, livestock reporting service lists

and Buck)' Holt pushed across for the coaching staff as the player. of He will be in charge of from their bruising Deposits such as these are seldom cane. dewlston's rainfall as only 2608forihe

'the ID, Dell taking a Thompson the week for Us outstanding .*.: tleeirlsvJrat C,**d ewag*, .d* battle wh| ,th powerful to Belle found except through commercial _Unless _weather! conditions Interfere .- .year to date, However, oth- :
:..wu. fci 34 leek pealtheir
pass for the 22 point hr'the quart feaolve-ylay. stalest. Belle Glade partments. excavations, said Dr. Ra,; With harvesting> operations'sufficient er locations ,,1..tHf.. S. Sugar .. .
ter and a 224 half-time lead. in a 2S-1 losing effort. Llndae"I'' Although his employment was season regard te 4 Wins. The skeletons are all at the same cane will be cut and trans er rainfall. Moore Haven has had Y' ..
and loose
Fans and the coaching staff thrilled hometown fans not made public until after his two *o.against unbeaten depth, about seven feet below the ported to the sugar houses for their Corp. ,territory have recorded high3313 -

were baffled by the Inconsistent yard sprint early In the first quarter I resignation was presented to the Jupiter Cane Field surface of the earth at this point. start of grinding on Tuesday morn- inches, Belle Glade 41,41 and
play of Marina during the which put the Tigers la front City Commission of Moore Haven alghtCoach The skeleton of a giant land Canal Point 33.93.

wood and third quarter 64. Not a single hand touched the last week, he had previously contacted Joe Bandy has been turtle was found; Dr. Ray said It ing.The schedule Is for start of Bryant The corporation will harvest cane

iuiar which time he tamed Tiger speedster. the doable reverse the members of the commission busy all week creating new Is the forefather of the present from 44,429 acres and will grind
the play.Bundy themof land gopher It Is also believed that Sugar House at 9 o'clock Tuesday
wrong way, allowed pass Individually telling wrinkles for the visitors and cane for independent growers on
empleUons. and fumbled several his plans to. accept the Clewls making minor changes in the some bones are of a deer and of morning and the Clewlston. 8,417 acres. Prior to last :year (the ;

times. After the game It praised the outstandingplay ton position. Tiger platoon system. a small hone. Sugar House at 1 p.m. '62-63 crop) the average acreageof I

was discovered he had playedif of Dennis Cane, Johnny McGee U., S. Sugar Corp cane fields was
Movies of the BO showed
Instinct and this was not and Bo Lindsey for his defensive I game 28,000 to. 30000.

t tile moil. "consistent. fIIf_ play which included several McKenzie Plans among a definite some of"lack the of boys desire"who SUGAR GROWERS PLAN NEW MILL This year's acreage is an Increase i
dre-defenslve" Tiger quarterhack tackles and a pass Inter-
key of almost 50%. The '

Clewlston. scored in the third ception.best game Vie Allison of the season.also playedhis II 16-Unit Apartment hart assignments been ,drawing while some starting questionable LOCATED SOUTH OF CLEWISTONExact when the big Bryant expansion Sugar was House last corporation's year was

quarter, with Alberto Morrell mak Doug Angel sat out most of the T. K. McKenzie Construction early season players placed in
operation for the first
lag the last with with minor contusion re Company of St Petersburg, announced have come through with flying
:yards pure game a Another mill for the dew location time.
sugar of the mill has
determination !in the and his I this week plans for the colors while "under fire, he
BO ended the seer ceived early game
said. Won area Is In the planning stage, not been determined, but the site
inspired key blocking was missed construction of a two-story It said Dan Sullivan this week. Sullivan will be at least 10 miles south of
by the Tiger speedsters.. Others unit apartment building in Clewls- "Spirit and morale as Ugh," Is farmer and
a grower, Clewlston city limits, in
the coach feels ton five lots on the corner of Mobile UnitIs
but on
Attention Cub were bruised, Bandy said, "and X-Ray
though we rancher in the fast developing agricultural the area between the point at which
full strength Friday Ventura and Atlantic Avenues
they will be at
are a slight underdog, I feel area immediately south
the "Blumberg Grade" SR
"rough" Work is expected to start in a Joins
another game
night for watt
the break
Scout in Cane Field. few weeks. buys JapUer's of Clewlston. He says be represents 832 and the Manley property. It SoonThe
ParentsParents with Jupiter I undefeated reeerd. Coming
In this who want
growers area a will be accessible to rail facilitiesby
Belle Glade 0 22 0 8-28Clewlston Plans for the building have been
: sugar mill of about 3,500 ton capacity a line said Sullivan.
808 0-12 prepared by Robert L. Miller, 6200 spur
of boys 8 to U years Dartmouth Avenue, North St. Peter.bur ; In their growing area. Growers In the area or any oth- mobile X-Ray Unit of the
d 1 are whe wish te partictWo Plans have gone far enough that Florida State Board of Health will
,. The building will be 100'x County Sportsmen er persons who are interested'In
In a Cub Scout rack laOewlslea Minor Wreck OnUS assurance has been obtained for make a visit to Hendry County next
70', centered on the 123' x 100' planting cane for the mill are Invited
are asked te meet ea 27 FridayA plot The rectangular shaped Re-Elect Officers; outside financing of the mill itself to contact Sullivan for in month. Arrangements !for the visIt -

*. Ml.*, of the Clewtstoa IDa minor accident involving Solomon building win have a garden space Vote Hunt Fee said Sullivan, leaving growers formation., He said the plan is for were completed at a meeting of

al I 7:31: tonight. This wBJ be E. Lewis of Ft. Myers and In the center; each of the two only the immediate expense of growers to contribute $2.50 per ton the Hendry County Tuberculosis
Ie first ef three meetings for Members of the land preparation and cane plantIng Association Monday evening
Joel J. DeMirga of Miami occur- floors will contain four two bed- Hendry CountyFish of cane when they deliver their
*. organisation of the pack. red near the intersection of US 27 room and four o -bedroom apart and Game Club voted to and cultivating; they will purchase cane for grinding, and they will be The unit win be at Oewiston

lad lieu. Ia order for a beyWa and Pacific Avenue Friday about ments. At the main entrance off charge each member a $1.00 hunting shares In the mill as they deliver given I stock: in ,the proposed corporation en Friday November 22 and .la ,

I It the Cmbs at least .. of noon, according to. officer Charles Ventura Avenue will be a decora- fee upon"enterln, the hunt their cane for processing. Two for that amount LaBelle ea Saturday, November .

M Barents must be present atSick McClelland, who investigated the tive wall added as a face to the area each time, the funds to be Miami builders and Investors, 1', D. This plan will continue, perhaps i. 23. Roars and locations will

., lh.ee three meetings. accident unit containing storage, equipment used to secure additional protection Newman and Harold J. Aaronson, far two years, according to present be, aDllOllDeecilater.

fat Drake wfll head the Cob McOelland said that Lewis, and utility rooms; stairways and possibly restock the area, are providing the mill financing I plans, until stock: is placed for pub

touts, and the Parent-Teacher driving a IIIS7 Chevrolet pulled on each side of this unit lead to. a at their meet a 'teld Monday night Sullivan said. According to plans, lie sale; and after that time growers Mrs. P. M. McIntyre of the localassociation .
***.elattoa and deck above. at the Elks Lodfe ln Clewlston. which have been .
Is the sponsoringffrtnhatloa. away from the curb into )Ura' terrace spearheaded by will be paid for cane according reminds many persons
., 80 Renault causing $17500 damage The property on which the apartment Charles M. Wiesenfeld, pres- Sullivan, a 3,300 ton mill will be to the contract prescribed by U. S. who responded to the X-Ray Units

The to the Renault and approximately building Is located are Iota dent noted that In the past game purchased from one of the offshore Department of Agriculture, under visit were later' notified that their
all Scent Pack la' open to $5000 damage to the 23-27 inclusive in block 360. and hunters from other areas had over. sugar producing Islands, the Sugar Act films were lost in the malls and
boys I.U is who wish to with I purchased through the officeof run the management area becauseof modernized
W. Chevy. Lewis was charged was :renovated and equipped Cane grown in this never found. Some of these persona
XrUclpate:and whose parent will careless driving and causing an J, E. Beardsley, local real estate a.shorta The gate,..of donation enforcement officers. I to produce sugar as economically .- year was hauled to the area Glades last have had.their X-Rays made but {
as required. will
broker. support as a new mill others
- accident, by the officer. additional officers to patrolthe I County Sugar Growers Cooperative have not returned, she said
mill for and the department is hopeful that
and processing; said Sullivan.
area, any "surplus" funds
will beLIed to possibly restock Teach Youngsters all of these will respond when theunit

Here Tomorrow the area, be said. I I your comes here in November. :

Boat-a-Caders Permit may he secured traffic safety Golden Eagle? ally Hendry high IncUenoe county has ef aa tabereol-onusn- "

from Jack Fry at Fry Hardware An eagle, most
probably a eels said Mrs. i
McLatyre, and
m ClewUtoa
and from
TIle swell the crowd and make A. C. Ellison, Exalted Ruler of Judge Browsed KEEP 'Golden Eagle" spent several the focal association urges everyone :
lUssimmee,, River Boat-A- help Parson's office FROMBETWEEN hours resting on the TV
antenna of
Ode .ace.... "We the Elks Lodge and Bob BeardsIry to take the tine to
LaBeUe (
"U1 the evening a in daring office
r come to Oewiston ton Floyd Royal on East Osceola
! knew we said some 200 to 250 persons Avenue have their chest X-Bay made la '
:larrow, despite drought which has want these folks to hours and st Davidson's TradIng Monday evening
J]! but dried of reaOsppred*** their great are expected, and both emphasizedthe Post on Saturdays The November,
up some,stretches rare visitors assumed his
'be tip oa the &.*- fact that local citizens are Other officers re-elected at the i
and warnings from en- ,effort to carry BJ perch just before dark and went
and we will enjoy needed to make the evening one Monday meeting were ,Bob Wald-
ee tradition
that the boats cannot get Cade winging on his after
-I.! having them with as this long to. be remembered by the visitors roD vice president Ken Swayne. disturbed with numerous way beams being V.F.W. Open House

The cruise will be limited to yeai." said Job Beardsley.Chamber on the 1963 Boat-A-Cade.. secretary and treasurer; andfrank of light from neighborhood rest- k

rill outboard boats this year, of Commerce: Be. -A- Boat-A-Caders are always enthusiastic Cox, Jack Try Elbert dents and after the antenna pole On Veterans Day
Ckwlston's bot-
JIlt the looker, R. C. Howling, Browsed
Cade chairman. was shaken for
ugh the group plans to carry pitality. This year, more than ever, Parsons and Jack Spratt as di better look. viewers to geta Hawklna-K1rt- lit rl schedule overnight The meal will start at seven local citizens need to rally to the rectors. Veterans of Foreign Wars is planning

'Oewlston.Camp, and the next night o'clock and wan consist of barbecued effort to entertain these visitors, The large group present heard weighing The bird was extremely large to hold Open House for an

Ptalll chicken beans, sweet corn. royally. Because of the condition short talks by Sheriff Earl Dyess, approximately 20 pounds ,overseas veterans on November .a
are ,being made for their after theBOat.A.Cade and having a wing span of approximately :11th.. AU Veterans "I F:
Boat-A-Cade and ; Day.
.QItrtaUunent In the program of the river plans Jack Spratt Lou Galney, : .
- by the Chamber ofOIIUriftce Seal Queen wfllbTCTCwned. have been uncertain and there has: Game and Fresh Water Fish Commissioner PaQa D QGQCity five feet The eagles The date fan on the regularmeeting !

1It "fc: and the Elks Lodge and the Eta Ledge not been time to give much publicity I officer. are protected by law and their ,date of the Post and a'j' I
population is i
graciously take over re- television ,on the decrease ac- abort,business j
POIIsIbWtJe. will award a portable to the event Confirmation A favorable report was also meeting is planned ; ,
) carding to
!laIIer, for the Everglades set and other prizes. of the trip was made Tuesday, and I given regarding the acceptance of This particular available Information starting at 7:30: ( pan, with the!
d feature"Mch is a long-remember- band will play the local group swung into actionto L 1, 9, and > as fish management of Clewisto I blooded variety; lives on Open House to follow at 8:80. f
warm animals
Crosby1 aDd
cf it
the Eddie Members
trip. of the Post and
and give the Bcal-ACaders a royal areas, with preliminary of the I.
starting at t::30, surveyahaving happened to pick TV ....
a antenna
rear> the ,rdanclng. In
J" Bks'a"eal" Ladles Auxiliary will A
been made
welcome when they arrive tomor- by the Gels \..
- awaits Police
" etUaea. te Jets them at a fun evening of enjoyment IVW' I Game, and :nib ,Conuabsion. Department I the center of 'town Is quite puss on the 33 graves of veteraa*'J5"***
dinner ($2.N per plate) t.t the visitors. ing. Ridgelawn Cemetery oa that ..... ) 13h

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I'' '1 the town of YL And what about Clewi ton Elks
I We Vote to Elect Superintendent M his daughter Woo-woo I And his I I Elk Arthur F Krueger Lodge, a CIit fro
,, wife? Aye YI YI Iowan. a fonn
', Ij I'I'I bas
I j II Sonny Sez !ton for resided >ill ee-
I year.
This newspaper has previously endorsed each of the three The
j proposed constitutional amendments which are on the November 10 TNT II I a large elk which and head are fro

j 5th ballot. There is a special proposal on the ballot in Hen- I You can't take a thing away t ,t IETtERS EDITOR i[on a hunt in the Krueger J?':'
dry county, however, which we do not endorse. This is the proposal from Belle Glade's powerful football I I The animal weighedTan of t1Ii

that the county school superintendent be appointed by team but you can sure give he said whendWedn,111*
I ; the school board and not elected by the people. We believe the Tigers "a heap of credit" for I The Clewlston News I antlers Included), 7dhea4( *>

that Hendry county citizens should continue to elect their superIntendent their game Friday night Another Clewlston FloridaI I largest shot In the special *
t i and we shall so vote on November 5th. thing fans enjoy is a coach and should like to express my enthusiasm that ;year The antlers *elt b
team that is willing to gamble for the new lighted tennis I I points, indicating the she et '
On paper, and in theory perhaps, the idea of appointment when the chips are down as the courts recently Installed In the I'of the animaL Elks 3
seems an ideal arrangement, but we do not think it will work Tigers have done on frequent recreation area located behind the I'only In special manager are! bunk

I so well in actual practice. We have all seen school personnel occasions this year. Clewlston Inn. The whole project and under special cOnditions pt are

remain in their positions longer than their efficiency warranted -S3- I e and the lighting In particular la Krueger said the 78 iennJted) !
j Perhaps the school members were reluctant to "fire them", perhaps Let's get down to a real serious first class in every respect I I the ten day hunt were kiUed
there were other reasons. But we often have persons in situation that is rapidly approaching Although I do not play tennis lag the first 2% dan of the hand
I the system who are "borderline cases"-not good enough to the resident of Hendry Countyon dIg myself. I feel that the new courtis the area Was )then eloSed.-

I I keep and hardly poor enough to get fired. Tuesday, November 9. i a tremendous asset to the whole l I I The antlers are not IUitable .
While there apparently is nota l community and from the steadyuse ; I I display except in a hate
;1 I I When this situation arises in an elected-superintendent instance concentrated effort to push the of the court I gather there are and Mr. Krueger decided to

t"< I another candidate can present his case to the voters, approval of appointing the school many who agree. sent them to the Elks. .age
;: and be elected. .We feel voters are able to make this decision, superintendent, there is need for The new tennis court is one more I
concern of those of us who feel
and that they have a right to do so. addition to the many physical as-
that it should remain as it is, IN
l sets that help to make dewiston
"I 't We also feel that in our form of government we need to emphasize THE HANDS OF THE VOTERS.The ELKS LODGE PROUDLY RECEIVES ELKS ANTLERS presentedby one of) the greatest towns in Flor'' Double "A"
t the need for the citizens to remain close to the government theory of appointment has Arthur F. Krueger, Shown are officers of the local lodge Curtis ida.
; and to retain such powers as are theirs by law. merit, but it is like a man with a Fry, B. 0. MatUon A. C. Elllion, exalted ruler, Arthur Krueger, C. E. Sincerely yours I'
\ I I lot of college degrees and no coma Hall and Bob Welch.-8TAFF PHOTO.ly RoofingLicensed
: I mon sense and experience. We JACK L. SCOTTBandmaster I
:\ are a small county where kinfolks "Sugarland Band",I *
Halloween Time for CautionHalloween I inlaws and persuasive friends run 237 of the city's 536 voters I solved parliament because of Lu-
I showed up at the,polls. ]mumblst demonstrations. (It is e
stronger than good business pros Bonded
;;; I aid that Kasavubu pulled a booboo :
I Elks Receive
and action for the of
tires; good II
is time for extra the of I
a precaution on part par I ) Free Estimates
the majority, as our Democratic on Ail ,
': ents and youngsters alike. I.'I government heralds. We have given FULLER'S- FOLLIESBy Fooey on this! If we have to New Set of AntlersA I :Hoofing and Painting iw
I read about foreign tames why not I
\ One week from today, according to tradition, the spooks too much power to too many Phone YU 3-1131
Like the
: pick out simple ones?
It'I"'I" I
AL.FUltEEDo set of elk antlers and
committees and governing boards fine
and goblins will be marching. II famous Chinaman Mr, Wu from CLEWISTON FLA.
which have taken a great many you know .that more people : head adorns the lodge room of the I
'J' 1 Since we are an enlightened age and know that spooks I of our "rights" from us. read comics than they do current

: and goblins don't really march, we have no fear, but we turn to There is no ,reflection intendedon wordly events UTjlally newspapers -
j I office holder, only that ? Does this shock you fIt
merriment. It is a time for fun and frolic. any
j they should be held responsible to certainly seems that people SAMPLE BALLOT
I But let's remember that accidents can occur; jack o'lanters the majority of the residents and should keep ups with Important
I can catch fire and serious damage and Injuries can result. voters, not to a group of five who wordly happenings. After all Ifwe're SPECIAL ELECTION
) could theoretically make the going to'scatter $ billions
t! Help the youngsters have innocent fun by planning it for uperintendent'c job a great deal like green rain all over the world

," i'' them, and by using extra caution during this one night of exciting more unstable than it presently is, trying to win friends we shouldsee HENDRY COUNTY FLORIDA
: tl adventure. and mount pressure instead of re- which new "friend" Is cussingus ,
keying the same. the loudest.
'( There are those who will disagree I've tried my best to keep up November 5, 1963

consider it well with all current happenings but I
You Initial It If It's Yours
give too. From now on I'm
and be sure to vote and urge up
: your neighbors to do the same paying more attention to Little Proposed Constitutional No.3Constitutional
;t' : Re. Joe M. Kilgore (Texas) says this actually happened Orphan Annie, even though that
in Washington,land of government redtape and gobblede- red headed faker is older than I Amendments AmendmentTo
I . . . . . .. am. (Did you know that she's having Article IXA
gook galore: Mark 00 mark in the at the
a secret affair wtth Dick a cross square
7 A government clerk one day received one of the Innumerable -
1 the Amendment against the
Now Tracy) RIGHT for or
lit'S History proposed amendment to Article IX of t
paper forms from another department, (with five carbon
The peopleare Amendment
reason so many
of the State of Florida
iff ,copies attached) He read it, initialled it, and placed in his skipping over current ev by addle!
., f "outgoing" basket It went "out" of his office, but two days THIRTY YEARS AGO eats news Is because of the No.1Constitutional a section to be numbered by the Secretary t

;; ,. tr"' later it was back with this,note attached: (From Clewlston Newt, difficulty. In reading Important State providing that the Outdoor Recreate
.,' t "This document was not designed for you to handle and Oct. 20, 193J) NAMES. Reading them Is hard AmendmentTo Development Council as created by the I 19E

J was placed in your basket by error. Please erase your initials, Bill Dougherty of West Palm enough but U you try to pronounce Article IV Sections 2 and 20A Legislature, may issue revenue bonds, rem
t 1 and initial your erasure." Beach volunteered his orchestra them .ou'D sound like certificates or other evidences of Indebted *

;0J, __ ____ to play- free for the PTA Halloween an African witch doctor who's proposed amendment to Article IV, Sec- for outdoor recreation and natural resource
) Dance. (Bill's musicians Just swallowed a hot herb. ions 2 and 20 of the Constitution of the State conservation and related facilities: provldfai
i age Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla ailed him on a previous engagement And pity the typesetters who Df f Florida providing for the election of the Gay that the Legislature shall designate the raven
Thursday October 24, 1963 in Clewlston and some of have to arrange these tongue twisters General or tax sources to be deposited in or credited 1,
of State Attorney ,
them failed to show up to his armor Secretary ,
in reversed type so they'ncome
( the land acquisition trust fund for their
I I chagrin and embarassment. Three < out correctly on print. Most Comptroller, Treasurer, Superintendent of Public pay
; offer, which was by way of of today's top names look as thoughthe Instruction and Commissioner of Agriculture ment and may impose certain restriction

1 J. TheClewiston News apology, was_accepted), linotype opetfetof' had a fairly at the 1964 general election for a term of

II A sub office of the A.C.L. of wild time the night before. two years and thereafter commencing with the FOR THE AMENDMENT

\ ':' : J I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston Clewlston was opened at Lake Just take today's news fr Instance ;jeneral election of 1966 for a term of four years
I I and Harbor to handle heavy traffic And c'mon now. I DARE :and providing that the Governor elected at the
h...j Eendry County during the vegetable season. you to pronounce the names! 1964 general election shall be eligible for re- AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

z Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewlston, Ladies of the town and ladles In Viet Nam. Mme Ngo Dinh slectlon to the office the next succeeding term.
Florida by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. of the school planned a Softball says we're a bunch of Jackasses
r t
,. exhibition game on the new field. Since we're giving them over a
as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under .the Act of Congress of March I, Among players were Mrs. W. W. $ million a day, she might ba FOR THE AMENDMENT
Hooks Mrs. C. L. Downs Mrs. E.L. right.At.
; 18711'0 I (al.I"11111M !
Stewart Mrs. Grover Poole Algeria, Berber leader Ho-
,+, NATIONAL EDITORIAL fib Mrs. W. C. Owens Mrs. W. A. cine Alt Ahmed trounced Pres AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNo.

M, I IAS C TIG I N I Davis Marion Leydig Mrs. H. T. : Ahmed Ben Bella at a demonstration ..,
Vaughn, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and at Kabylla city of Tlzi-Ouzou 2 ,
\ Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Jewel Lawrence And Ben Bella dismissed Col Mo (:'
t i/.uIIIIJ Marcia Avant and MaryOlne hand Ou El HadJ. Constitutional AmendmentTo
_. BERYL BOWDEN Publisher N tqji were recruited to help the I We must not be sending them Article XIIA
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor 196)G. teachers. 'much money they're cussln' themselves -

try"" Subscription Rates .. .... i... $100 per year ClTiot George T. Augur, of Jacksonville Instead ol us.CairoIalamologista. proposed amendment to Article XII of the COUNTYArticle
ft (Return Postage Guaranteed) Corps of Engineer office, was I discovers Constitution of the State of Florida by adding
I', ; 1'14 Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 ID Clewlston on business.R. a i 1,200 year old Koran at anclenaghreb section to be numbered
by the of
Secretary XI!, Section 2B of the Constituta
,,,,. ::4"ferUsL.1', Rates on application. The management reserves L. Murray moved to LaBelle Eourak near Al-Azhar.
,h right to employed Ford ,, State, authorizing the issuance of bonds for the State of Florida, Provides for the app*
jthe reject any objectlonal advertisement! where he was as It was found by Ahmed AI-Kam-
\ "1 |NBW0 assume no reiponilblllty lor the return of uniollelted car salesman. laid and was hidden by Sheikh capital outlay at institutions of higher learning, ment of the County Superintendent of P*

I ap ey r miy or WB photograph chum.i no financial ponlbllttr for trpocraphloal.IOD' Sial Ahmed -Harrouk.Jf Including Junior colleges and certain vocational Instruction by the County Board of Public fcstructton
v .rrer In advertisement but If notified of such error be- TWENTY YEARS AGO the Koran contains many : technical schools; pledging certain tax in HENDRY County, provided the JJ
r for sly of the paper will reprint eorreetly that part of the From OewUton News like should funds; providing for the use of accumulated vote fA *
'l .d L which the error occurred, In the event a time element ( names this, it remain position is affirmed by a majority
e w re)..correction. *s.Uel **,*the New will reduce the price Oct. II, 1941) hidden. And don't anyone call meAT surplus to pay for any capital outlay project qualified electors of the County. At the JB*
x "i t by an amount equal to the peroenta of the totalOI1IOU.
s > or omitted copy represented. Preparations were being madeto anymore. :authorized by the Legislature; providing procedures time the Superintendent of Public Instruction!
start the sugar harvest on October Karachi. Pakistan Foreign ; providing powers and duties of the an elected official.
26th. Part of the labor needs Minister Zulfikar All Bhutto signed State Board of Education and State Board,of
t were expected to be met by Jamaican some sort of stupid agreement Administration. For the appointment of County
i } ti''t Off. 844-1355 laborers coming to the U.S. with Red C na.
Superintendent of Public
I under an arrangements with the Red China-Premier Chou En-
r B... VI 8-2682
l f ; government of the islands. lal declared they'd; made a "grea FOR THE AMENDMENT
Humble Oil Company reported leap forward." Against the appointment of
I \ finding oil at a point 28 miles Too bad It wasn't a great leap County Superintendent of
south of LaBelle where drilled has off a high cliff. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT Public Instruction
l W Thurmond W.. Knight reached a depth of more than two Africa Pres. Kasavubu dis

_ ''f "Accredited Farm &;Land Broker" Miss Florine Moore and Ed D.

-. i dark were married In Trinity
\ :l Thurmond Knight Realty.,Inc.Bo : ., orncBi Episcopal Church Miami. They'

I \\1 ,s ...*. (UvtoX"Ii.- 2010 Avenue E I left for Lakewood. N.J. where he 0 Of
\:we.ePe Aaea.tLe1e'\'.{ I1MeraBwehs was. assigned as Instructor In the Complete Line
Navy Aerographer's School.
,'" :i '..". Clarence R. Bitting presidentof
,,, ,, .. U.S. Sugar Corporation received Building Material

the Silver Antelope, the highest
honor award of the Boy Scouts of
,, Westberry & Waldron America in a dinner attended by ,, k1hI
; executives in Atlanta. Ga. .

(From Clewtiton New. '
; :4 l Bonded ? ; ? i"" ,
) -, Plumbing Oct. 22. 1951) I CONCRETE OUR RADIO
t :, 1 Insured Fort Pierce Eagles defeated the JOBS,
Tigers 18-13 in a tight Homecoming -
Sales and Service game, but Clewlston had done CONTROLLED TRUCKS
>;: what no other team had accomplished -
I, I 849 E Highway I In five straight games '," DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY
Sugarland They bad scored two TD's on the
t Suncoast leading Eagles. AND EFFICIENTLY.
Contracting' a Remodeling. Repairing George Espenlaub was namedan to .

, I 24-hour Servic< Phone YD 2-4141 Day or Night honorary director of Swamp
'I e Buggy Days held annually at
i ia Plumbing Fixtures, Galvanized-Pipe Cop Naples in recognition of his fine .

: Iron Valves and Complete services In promoting the event.
'n per-Plastic-Cast ipe M. C Doke and M. D. Geiger

i stock of repair parts purchased the Seminole Jewelry
; from Dave I and Marguerite Als-

!y J. j I' Now in Stock ton.The Hare Lumber
City's first bond electionfor and
( Rheem Water Heaters and Barnes Ready -Mix/lnc.
Fixtures .
: Craiw ( street paving) failed for lack e

I'' I ; ',PoapaFx& 'of a sufficient ,number of ballots

l stberry-Owners-Norman: Waldron cast.made 12 the more election voters valid.wvuld 193 voted have Call 'YUkon '24411J ,Haiti St.-ClewistD

[ ,:!!Srni: 'J;' c : for and fl< against boats, but on-':


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30th, by children THE; CLJCWISTON NEWSThursday Page Three orchids and to care for them from
under the auspices better nutrition,, Fla.
WillHold' health
Children I of the Womalll I October 24, 1963 seed size through all stage to a
Soclety for ,
; and vocational training
education will .','
I ._
Christian ---- blossoming plant There :
Service of the First and child welfare. UNI-j---- .- .
Methodist \\Wi and family be special display of Florida .
| a
Drive Miss Barbara GET helps in all of these area jI
Unicef {Francisco is chairman jI wild orchids
drive. of the local I through planning program and jj I The show, which is free to the ,
VOICES" UNICEF 11 i I providing necessary supplies not I win be from 1 to 8
Treat for the United Nations public open
A .Trick or Nations In 1948. Three out of every available within the country, and
n will be held in Clewiston Children's Fund, and was created four children in the world are in training national staffs j M both days.
evening. October by the General Assemble of United I Iin, "
><< Wednesday nations which are in need of The UNICEF executive board Is
made up of 30 nation*, each country
elected for'a S-year term, and Sugarland Pharmacy,

r Clewiston Church Directory one third retiring each year. The
I IIf. board meets twice yearly to act PIZZAYU

policy and allocate funds
Atlantic Street Highway 720 312 8. Pacific Arcane May 2-3311
North voluntary contributions from governments '
NI i !" ,
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner Pastor Rev. Joe Coleman and individual, and the '
9:44: a.m.-Stoday School .. I II
Oewiston Florida 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School Trick or Treat for UNICEF on Halloween : -
Re,. Larkla F. CennaHj 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning' Service help by> raking needed ft. i
Administrator 8:45: p.m.-TrI 11Jll Union 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship fund, and also by giving local I
Masses 8 a.m. & 11:50 a.m. 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Wednesday: children an opportunity to learnof SPECIAL' "
-tot kfey Masses, 7:00: am.S Wednesday 8.00 : 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service the need and to help in tilling it. /
Days of Obligation! ':00 p.m. : p.m.-Prarer Meeting Friday: The local UNICEF drive 1* being rw.w.
SfeHlottJ, Saturday from <4< to S. 7:30 p.m.-Young People'i Endeavor : made on the night before Halloween i '
? 7 to 8 p.m.JB2 COMMUNITY rtESBYTEUAN i to avol4 conflict with the NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED INTO FUTURE HOMEMAKERS' They were $139.50
aDd 407
loyal rain
FunivaLBEV. of America 1 by>> the Clewiston Chapter last week ant Mated Joy Wald-
ctEWISTON-ASSEMBLY Henry' H. Ford Minister COMMUNITY' PENTECOSTAL ron Sue Thompson Kathy label Carolyn Owen, standings Ualll Gunter Sofa BaM>
9:45 a.m.-Sunday School HOLINESS' CHURCH
OF GOD Carol Evan Anita Castle, Sandra Brasher Alice Murphy Margaret ;
11:00 '
ajn.-Morning Worship Sooth ClewMea
J.BCS F. Elmbrel. Farter'juniay 11:00 a.m.-Nunery In the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor GUu and Debbie Pearey-4STAFF PHOTO. Matchmg Chair
House 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School tract meeting In Belle Glade on ,
School 10:00: 8.00: p.m.-Weatm1nat.er Fefow.Wednesday 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Future November 2nd. I' Turquoise' fabric* :' -
Worship, 11:00: ship 7:45 (Sara Cato Public Relations)
j Adult Yotth WOrsh1D.11:00! : : : p.m.Service-:Sunaav Evangelistic: Install MembersThe with extra arm coven' J.

prayer Hour 1:00 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice Wednesday: Orchid Show I $119.50Reduced :
Enofellstlc Rally. 7:60Orchestra : 7:45 p.nv Prayer Service Clewiston Chapter of FutureHomemaker. : ;
r: CHURCH OF JESC8: CUBIST Friday: of America Installed weeklyuntil
7:00 new members at their meeting At Winter Haven $10.00
() Practice: : APOSTOLIC FAITH 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service '
Soath Oewiitoa Tuesday evening. This wu their sold. t" ,
edIIeJda1: :
QriIt' Ambassadcas, 7:45 Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST second meeting of the school year : "Living with Orchid Orchid 1*Showto the: Custom draperies .and;'trarers. .' ;.
theme of the Ridge .
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 208 Seath Central Arena The president Donna Redl h, be presented Nov. S and 3 at : red* :, o
CHURCH 11:00 Free eatlsaatetCustom :
rust BAPTIST a.m.PreachlngTuesday : Earl Arnold, MinisterSunday
President-elect Susan Schick of
Tangerine Hellos the groubds ,'
112 E. Ventura AvilaLtl : : Y "
7:30 1':00 a.m.-B1bJe Arlene Ingram and Tress.urer the Florida Citrus Exposition in
..m.-SUDdaJ' School p.m. Prayer Meeting School Barbara Zemonek were ...t- Winter Haven. Van Cothern'S
Friday: 11:00 a.m. Worship t
red .,
behind long table bearing aI
m.-Mornlng Service More than thousand plant
U::00 7:30 p.nv-Young MeetIng 7:00 one
People'i p.m.Worship I
IO p.m.-Training Union Wednesday: single red rose (the ".!LA. flower will be displayed with'some UphoUtery

1.00 p.m.-Evening Service 7:30 p-m.-Midweek Devotiou ) and eight candles which provided ranging in value up to 8100. Phone YU 24831 A
Nneiday: ST.HAlTDrS CHURCH and Bible Study the only light In the room A special feature will be an educational
T,00 i>,m.-Officers and Teachers (Episcopal '|during the ceremony. display on how to pot .1 J

Meeting 207 North Pacific FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I New members who were Installed
100 .m.-Midweek Prayer Service 231 W. OseeoU AVCBM
p The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar were Debbie Pearcy Caroline
Sunday Services: Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor DAVID A. DENSLOW new Owens Linda Gunter Margaret Special Showing
US p,m.-Choir Practice 7:30 ':U a.m.-Church School MMhedlst(
: a.m.-Early Eucharist voter ef the First Glass, Joy Waldron Sandra Brasher
9:30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00 a.m.-Morning service Church and U* family have arrived | Anita Carlton Cathy Isbel. Sue HAMMOND PIANOFor
Church School. 1:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fat la Clewiatea. Rev. Denslew Tomllnson Alice Murphy and Ca- ,
tRUlY BAPTIST CHOICE Confessions by appointment lowshlp was formerly pastor ef the Willis- rol Evans Each girl was pinned I .
South OewiiUn Thursday: ton Methodist Church and aneeeed I with a small bow of red and white
Rev. Herb HIgdon. Pastor 7:30: p.m.-cbolr Practice Rev. Richard O. Knight who was ribbons. Homes. Schools. Churches /,
I (5 m.-Sunday School NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY transferred to Tatarea 1 by>> the 5 Yr.
1100 a,m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST church conference Mrs. Beryl Bowden was presented "J
1 7.00 p,m.-Baptist Training Unto 304 N. Francisco Street (Christian) with an honorary membershippin See At Bill Doanes ", ,
1.00 p,m_Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium In appreciation of the many' ,
Fuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School John C. Schef ter, Minister .. services and help she hu given ':
1.00 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.-Bible School New Pastor TalksTo the chapter. ORGAN STUDIO

Wednesday: 6.30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship A business meeting following installation. I YU t-5591 YU 2-11S1
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Service Dennis Gann was elected -
Rmnday: Wednesday: Wednesday: BPW Members F.H.A. Sweetheart, and will
8 8.00 m.-Cholr Practice 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Bibl, Study accompany' the group to the dis-

This Weekly Chur<::h Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: the Rev.First David Methodist Denslow Church, pastor, was of I THE MASK j

guest speaker at the Business and

Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. Professional held at the Womens Inn Tuesday.Club luncheon His Japan Is Topic doe we'en a fob successful cf covering Hallo .

Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Star topic was the function of the churchin our Identity. And In our

Phone J-5301 .J.. _.._ .the..cpwnun fcan4bej>olnted I For W.M.U. StudyThe .laily *ojk! of lite.vy..LaolpoL people.since they cannot i..'.
out many ways in which the our eort.
Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal church and its pastor are concern HI Haven Baptist Church
"For the word of God >is quick and powerful and !Is oVicerner
Tractor Co. ed with the people in toe community W.M.U. heard a program on Japan a -
Kelly Store"It's SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSNRoyal's and how they serve those of all presented by Mrs. Pat Rich, when of the thoughts and Inttnlt of'the heorf." Hebrew 4,12
Phone J-B30I: the members met at the church t
and beliefs.Mrs. Church
to Pay ages Community Presbyterian
Harriet Zauel, who presided, Monday evening Mrs. C. W. Mann 407 Royal Palm Avenue
The Clddens Way" Inc.BUILTIN 'presided Mrs. Clara Broadrlck!
The Clewiston News reminded members of the leadership HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
conference at Pompano on Mrs Velma Story and Mrs. H. V. :; 1

November 9th, and of the district Turner assisted with the programand 9:49: A.M. Bible! School 8:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship
meeting at Indlantown on Novem reports. 11:00: AM. Worship I ,
I' I 1 1'I 11 1 ber 17.Mrs.. Attending were :Mrs. Rich, Mrs.
W. R. Baxter. :Mrs. Floyd Royal .. '
Mary Burdette spoke briefly ..
Mrs Velma Story, Mr. Broad- 'I
of the State Board meeting InNaples
rick: Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Mann, Responsive Will"Plan ::>
at which 137 BPW members
Mrs. W. J. Jackson, Mrs. Thelma 1 1I
enjoyed an exchange of Ideas I
Preston and Mrs. Joyce Sanders.
on programs and project
Mrs. Zauel urged members to

pick up fruit cakes from the Beard- : ..:,' .: :
sky offices and sell them now, as
the the cost of the cake. has depleted "
ot .
4 the treasury. :"
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the home of Mrs. Rosa LaByer. ; ; \
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The program war led by Circle ; Enjoy j a delicious char-broiled Aged f i', .
Chairman MM,,W. R. Wlmberly. I ,1i ..
Mrs. LaByer served refreshments ,0 .

: : : : Bryan to Mesdame Martha.Thomas Ruth NaQ., OuasleFoy Belle ,'U.S. Top Choice Boneless '"'\ '(< \ .. 4/ ".' ,::1."(. ,.

Eva Wlmberly Annie Nail, ,
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.. i) i I Pale Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Cewllton, nL man Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Births -

i I U j Thursday, October 24. 1963 Burke, St Petersburg; Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs Sidney Smith of
Mrs J. M. Burke, Lake Wales; Wildwood I Edward'sReplacement
are the proud parents
Mr. and Mri. R. R. Hooks and
J) son I of a girl, Pamela Sue, born Monday -
Clegg Mrs Ola Bozeman, Mr
October 14th, weighing/ 5 )
t : and Mrs. Ernie Redish, Terry, I ,
pl"W' 'pounds, 13 ounces Sirs. Smith is I Repair
n Sandy, Fickle and Lisa, Mr. aril
the Rice.
Mrs. T. L. Tanner and Mr. antMrs. I II I Plumbing Ren.-
Mr. and Mrs. John Blackwell,
6 i ew.1 |
Ernest Burke and son Buck INSTALLATIO
j ; I 1525 Arthur Ave., Lakeland, are ''l'ROUBIJ s
and grandchildren, Cheyrel Ann, !: SH
I the proud parents of a daughter,
Tammy and James Allen, Dewis IJCENs

i j'i f I Mr. And Mrs. Van Burke Celebrate ton; Mrs. Beulah Dyes, Alva. s :! born( on in Sunday Lakeland., October Memorial 20. Hospital The Call YU 2-6711

Also present were: Mr. and Mrs ,,4 I baby weighed 9 pounds, 12 ounces, I
Eugene Tanner and children Im I I and has been named Claire Eliza 325 E. Ventura
f J Golden Wedding Sunday Afternoon mokalee and Mr and Mrs. Alvah beth.

Burke, Mr and Mrs. Jerry Hoi. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bishop are

land and son Vernon, Mr. and Mrs the proud parents of a daughter --
Paul Bannon, Mr and Mrs. E. L. Elizabeth Annette, born Saturday,
Wernes, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Hull, October 19 in Hendry General Hoe-
I t ; a Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd O'Bannon, Mr. pital. The baby weighed 5 pounds,
and Mrs Robert Moon Mr. and 10 ounces
Mrs. Thermon O'Bannon, Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs Charles Sprinkle of

Topham and daughters Vickie and LaBelle announce the arrival of a
H Laura Jo, Mrs. Paul Waters, Mrs. Tr\ daughter, Debra Lynne, in Hendry

Mattie Rennolds and Mrs Reeder General Hospital The baby was Thuw. -Fri, Oct J4.a
Herron and Bobbie Rider. I born Monday, October 21 and 7:35.: 9:26: PH,

__ weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces. THE CA1ETAKEIS-
Members of the family enjoyedan Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Timmonsof I ROBERT STACK
outdoor barbecue dinner at noon y Moore Haven JOAN
___ announce the ar- CRAWFORD
and other friends t '
Joined them during
+, A
rival of a son on Monday, October problem that faces
the afternoon for the Open 21 in Special Epilogue sa sl
House celebration.Mrs. Hendry General Hospital.The by Prep,
baby weighed 7 pounds 7 JOHN KENNEDY

Burke, the former Vinny! ounces and has been named Rich Fr., Oct 25

N L. Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ard Nathan. LATE SHOW 11:jo
r Lee Clark of LaBelle, and Mr. After the CaineALL

s Burke, were married on October .. .... I At SEATS
-------- '-- -" Deanery Meeting 75c:
22, 1913 at the famous old Everett "TERROE
Hotel A FIVE GENERATION GATHERING. Mrs. Minnie Morse Belcb- Attending the Southwest Coast OF BLOOD
by the Justice of the ,
R. E. er, Mated right. with her daughter Mn. S. t Slonaker, and standing Deanery meeting at Ryder's Congress HUNTERS"ChllU
Doty. have
I They lived in
this her grandson, FhelU Slonaker of Pahokee, and her treat granddaughter Inn at Punta Gorda on and thrills screen front
\ area for most of their married
Mrs. Louise Grennm, of LaBelle. 1( month 'old Tony Grenom Thursday were Father Larkin the screen.

Jr life.Mr. stands betide his great-great lTa.dDloUler.-8TAFF PHOTO. Connan,., Mrs. G. N. Pltzen deanery Sat, Oct 26 -

__ Burke came to LaBelle in president; Mrs Charles Butch- DOUBLE FEATURE
Ga., until she 50 old !
1911 from Calhoun county, where' Five was years art, Mrs Blatz, Mrs H. T. "HERCULES"
Generations when and her husband movedto
be was born. He was a pilot on i I she Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Hazel Miles, S. REEVES
Florida and settled In Plant CIty.
mall and passenger boats plyingthe Mrs Jennie Toulis, Mrs. Dan Me- "JTST FOB TVJT'
Since his death due to her advanced
Carthy. Mrs. Luis de Arenas
Caloosahatchee River. He has and Just What
Gather for PhotoWhen It If
followed the carpenter trade in his age, she now makes her home Mrs. E. L. Holoubek.
later In dewiston with her daughter, Sun., Oct. 27
five generations of one Mrs. S. P. Slonaker. Mrs. Charles Miller has returned 3:15: 6:00 1:00: PJt
Mr. and Mrs. Burke have one family are together It li a cause :i: With her recently were heri from a three weeks' vacation Mon. thru Thurs, Oct 28. Ji

daughter, Mrs. Trmamel I* Tanner for special rejoicing. This occur-I i I daughter, Mrs. Slonaker; her trip, on which she was accompanied One Show Only 8 Pat
," Scores of relatlvN and friends guests also honored Mr. Burke on I of dewiston, and two IOns II ence recently brought Joy to MM. +I'1 I grandson, Phelix Slonaker, of Pa- by her brother-in-law and ADULTS ONLY

honored Mr. and Mr. Van Burke his 75th birthday anniversary. \i I j Ernest, also of dewiston, and Alfred Minnie Morse Belcher, her daughter -:,,I hokee; her great grand daughter, sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Daker No Increase In Price
Sunday, when the Burkes celebrated The party table was centered of Tallahassee I grandson, great granddaughter Mrs. Louise Grenham of LaBelle, of Tampa. They visited Canada, "IKMA LA DOUCE"
their Golden Wedding Anniversary .with a three-tiered anniversary I and great great grandson at the and her 18 month old great, great Niagara Falls and other interesting SHIRLEY MacLAINE
at their home In LaBelle. I I cake, topped with a minature birds I Slonaker home in Owiston. grandson, Tony Grenham.AddisonHuebner. points en route and stopped JACK LEMMON
t In the combined celebration, and groom, made by the couple's Hospital Notes I Mrs. Belcher will observe her I I for a visit with Mrs. Miller's son, Everything that makes life

j granddaughter, Mrs. Ernie Redish. 86 th birthday on December 3, 1963. J Prof. Charles Leslie Miller, and worth living
Backing the cake was a large arrangement Patients admitted: Morris Wald-, She was a native of Brooks County, family in Lexington, Masa.I .
Custom Tailored I of chrysanthemums and ron, Lois Wynn Mickle Cervantes, Ga., the daughter of jhe late Mr. 1 I
pompons in shades of gold. A birthday Nadine Futch, Thelma Fender, Helen and Mrs J. S. Morse. Her father The engagement and approaching I

cake, prepared by the Burke's Jimmy, May Marie Bishop, Carol was a real Brooks County pioneer, marriage of Miss Marsha Ad-

Draperies j daughter, Mrs. Trammel L. Tanner Jean Harper, Rebecca Gomez, and lived there for 98 years, 11 dison and Raymond Huebner is Prices Slashed All
also decorated the table, together Ned Guy, Bessie Croy, Oscar Pratt months and 27 days being announced this week by the on
with a crystal punch ser Lena Sprinkle, Ruby Davidson, Mrs. Belcher lived In Qultman, I bride-elect's mother, Mrs Virginia Marlette Mobile
I Homes
'I, McDuffle. The wedding will
,, Jack Moorman, Richard Hancock,
.. ; Slip Covers vice.Many lovely gifts were presented Nona Timmons, Ethel Henderson. ] take place at Hi Haven Baptist: LOW DOWN
to Mr. and Mrs. Burke, including II'-. ...."... I I Happy BirthdayAnd Church at seven o'clock on Friday PAYMENT-

Patients remaining: Percy Roland evening, November 8th.
Free Estimates a gold-moire covered "Golden Dollie HIllIs T. Hlllis, Christine I ( don't forget to renew thddrlnr' No invitations are being issuedto BANK TERM FINANCINGvisit
I Wedding book .
Anniversary" in
I I' which Peterson, Ruby Davidson, Ethel license today) the ceremony, and all friends
the Burkes
are keeping an Henderson, Helen Rowalt, Bessie of the couple are cordially invitedto the
i account of the anniversary. Oct 24: Hazel Post, Betty Y.Scaldlnl. .
Croy, Thelma Fender, Jack attend.
.ArtcraftUpholstery Roberta"Avant'
Among the relatives
cameto .
honor the couple were: Mr. and Moorman. Eddy Currie, Minnie\ Oct':25: H": CS etei tr: .'1tocIl, .Mks Addison the daughter of -CIEWISTON, TRAILER SALES Inc.
Mrs. McDuffle and
Golden, Carol Jean Harper, Rufus Eudolle Prewitt,' Gary Hancock. Bobble Addison !-
Mrs. J. ,
W. Clark I
+ daughter, Tiger, Wm. Strickland, Oscar Pratt, of Miami Her fiance's parents .
Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oct. 26: Margaret Douglas, Bonnie for the best buy
Lena Nona Timmons, are Mrs. Floyd Royal of dew-
Sprinkle Durrence, F W. Hodges:! Sr., Route US
Clark, Karen and 27
Kenny, Titus- iston YU 2-2G61
Helen Jimmy, Ned Guy, Richard Gene Huebner of Belle
Don Galasslnl, Clule Hancock, Roland
:j 812 Avenida Ave. ville; Mr and Mr. Harvey dark Glade. j jI
Hancock, Temple Hogan, Nadine Wingate, Darla Buringham,
and Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Futch, Mlckle Cervantes. Claudia Wilson. '!I Both Miss Addison and Mr. 1
Clearwater; Mrs. Ollie M. Free I Huebner .
are graduates of dewIston
| Oct. 27: Gwen Hare, Harold I
fl I rri Files, Mrs. W. A. Norman. High School. He to employedat i:

i I i Oct 28: Thos. B. Owens, Lucille Kelly Tractor company, and I
the couple plan to make their home I
Weaver, Mrs J. J. Wynn,
: ,Gordon Bembry. Mrs Enid Crock in Gewiston.

JOIN THE FUN. 'ard. Delores Hendrkks. Electrical
I Oct 29. Claire Vaughn, F. W. in Service ContractingWiring
,.Hodges, Jr., Maud Blount Carl K.
Hansen Ellle Hough.
I Oct 30: Catherine,Wilson Mrs.
Learn to Square Dance"WESTERN Jennie Toulls, Bill Jernlgan, Dot RepairsAir
9 (Vetted, Charlene Jones.
Oct. alt, G. H. Brown, Naomi Conditioning, Refrigeration
Stockman, Penny Lowe, Barbara
S? STYLE" Sparling and other appliances.Williams .


IRB ImIfllIIIm 4 ElectricHilton


Day or Night Service,

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I Bobble Addison: has: been. 5.4
lected as the outstanding enlisted"man J
of the year from the staff of ,
Vice Admiral Fitzhugh Lee; the I
Chief of Naval Air Training at the (
US. Naval Air Station, Pensacola. I n
'Iw according to information received
by his mother, Mrs. Virginia Mc
Duffle, from Commander H. K.
; Wallace, US. NaV7.Commander .

Wallace wrote Mrs.
McDuffle that as outstanding en-
I lilted man of the year from Vice
Admiral Lee's staff Bobbie "win jNsSAVE
be Judged, on the basis of his performance

: f i BEGINNERS CLASS STARTS THURSDAY Chablis I Swordfish! Prime (Ins; and personality of duly: military, with repre bear-

; Ribs! Champagne I Spur''sentatives of the numerous other

: ;: October 24 Will Remain for 3 Weeks commands In the Pensacola area,
i 1'i Open oni I Dolphin! to select 'Pensacola'a Outstanding MONEY! BORROW HERE!

Enlisted Man of the Year'.
i '
s : ; :1 8:00 til 10:00 p.m. Choice Steaks! Select Oysters -honor"Robbie's selection for this Buy your car anywhere, but borrow 11a<

I ti :"I; laebfranmilchl I Chili!II .his part is,no wrote small Commander achievement Wai-on, to pay for it. Our bank rates are the lovre

/ 'J't SUGARLAND AUDITORIUM CLEWISTON FLA. I lace. "This, staff, being available our
i..1 a major to the public. What's more,
''t Scampi! Clams( t Heineken I staff of the Navy, has a
i c I I derance of senior enlisted prepoo. terms are realistic planned with your
t. ( h. j Teacher and Caller Michelob! Mango Ice Cream I II! The majority. of these men assigned. budget in loan-
men mind. See first for
were selected
\ Y r N ; ( : this duty on the
Daily Special! Lobster! Pit
: STOCKMANl' basis of their
.. past
:: DAVE performance
I II I Room! Salads! Flounder! and,, therefore, are generally above I FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
average sailors.
\ PCA, SDCASC ... r Comraderie I relatively] youthful Since and Robbie junior is pet.a I Ph. YU 2-6001 Clew ton, FJa.

ty, officer, his selection frpm among I
such a mature and
,,' groupof
men speaks very highly for his BANK RATES
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hen of the Tax Collectors Association Of The main objective in their relationshipwith Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON' NEWS Page rITursdayPOctober
Fictions 24, 1963
of Florida, met at Homos children and parents; that I

sassa Springs for their annual Juvenile DivisionIt parents be impressed with their
meeting.Mr. responsibility for case, guidanceand I Payne on the two day of the Citrus Growers

L OCALS and Mrs. Robert Long of is generally conceded that police supervision and that they plane check were David Tomlin-

Muscatine, Iowa, spent a few days should handle the initial investigation should be notified as soon as possible I son. Clewiston. Ray Brown La- Will Meet TonightA
In dewlston as guests of Mr. and Of Juveniles involved when their children are in- Belle, Jack Bent and Jack Edge-

11II Mrs. Arthur F. Krueger.Mr. la crime. Police should choose the volved, that children are releasedto mon of Moore Haven.Kiwanians citrus growers meeting at S

H. C Avant spent the Carrol (Butch) and Mrs. W. A. Slewcrt disposition of. the case, which can their parent unless their detention o'clock tonight in the courthouse
MrS. Rediah left Sat spent the weekend in Tallahassee is necessary to insure their been announced by
ante after Investigation. in LaBelle has
in St. Cloud Visiting bet II rday for the U.S. be done adequate
weekend Navy Training visiting their safety of other or their
Lula Tyson. School .t daughters Miss Jan- I safety Hear County Agent Frank Polhill.
Lister! WSI Memphis Tenn.? after et newest; and Mrs. Walter Falk appearance in court; that law en-
Mrs. Pat Peters has returned ,.'.spending a leave here with his and Mr Falk. The> juvenile division also may forcement officer's opinion be considered Slide taken at the Citrus Training -
Myen where the was a parents, Mr. function to protect children from School in Gainesville will be
fort and Mrs.
porn( C W. Mrs. Wm. C Owen 'WM the In the treatment plan and
at Lee Memorial Redish. and environ Offical and an Informal -
lUTaical patient depraved Jxrsons Banking shown to the grower
guest of her con. Wm. C Owen he be kept informed.
Hospital She is recuperating nice. Mrs. Frank Cox spent three Jr., and family in West Palm mental hazards,-for this concerted That juvenile and Investigatingofficers I I discussion will follow. Pol-

11 .t bome. days this week in Jacksonville Beach last weekend.Mr. planning and programming by be discreet in investigating 0. Ellis Clark vice president and hill! say the slide are very interesting -
Mr. and Mr. O. E. Etherton visiting her sister Mrs. H. the juvenile division 'with aid of consultant of the First I and informative and any
,accompanied his mother Mr*. M.EtbeJ'U Land, and Dr. and Mrs. A'I I and last weekend Mrs. Keith from King a twoweeks' returned churches clubs schools etc., Is a contributing county in which cases;the that child a casein is National Bank of Miami wasaue.t i: cltrua grower or prospective grower
>n of Moore Haven, to Ml- Garrett and son. needed. Press! and radio may assist Kiwanl I will benefit by attending the
at the
vacation resident should receive speaker ,
trip to Alabamaand not a cooperation
to visit her sister, in controlling or eliminating I
ml Sunday Mrs. 0. H. Brown i meeting tonight
entertainedwith Missouri They attended a fair from the court in his luncheon Wednesday.
also detrimental
Lence of Moore Influences to youth.
L. I
jlu. D. ill a spaghetti supper Sunday eve.&lng. .I and auto races in Birmingham, home county in returning the The speaker outlined the new
is seriously
Haven who Her guests were Mr. and and visited relatives in Kansas There are J several basic principles -. child; that the deportment of all field in which his bank is expanding -
Ruth B. Owens pent theweekend which should to OF INTt/NTION TO
Mrs Mrs. M. L. Wright and children ofPahokee City. Mrs. King's mother Mrs. apply processing officer concerned in handling lending money to beef dairy, REGISTER NOTICH FICTITIOUS NAME
Okeechobee with her .
In Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belle Wagner of Springfield, accompanied the juvenile offender: I I these cases be above reproach to agriculture and horticultural bus- The und.r.l ened does hr.by e... :.

inter Mrs. H. R. Lamb.student at Hartmen and children of Youngstown them on their return Is. The child's. parent or guardian inspire respect in the child and basses, which has been extremely tlfy. that 8:1.rn conduotln fler vIes \III; n-
Jones a
Miss Joyce College, Lake- Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. W. and will remain for a winter visit should b&)'otified immediatelywhen ..his parents for law enforcementThat i limited by banks ,In the past ne. at Clawliton. Florida, under Elootronlci the..
Florida Southern C WrightMrs. a child 4$ picked up-even : Information should be furnished u. name of Associated
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith were I I II three-fold and that laid firm I.! compood -
the weekend here with The project carries a
sod, spent Mary Burdett and Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I for Interrogatton.. I the court and police department of the following persons
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. objective of public relations direct
bet parents Ruth Beardsley attended the State Phil Francis. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. 2. When a female child 1s transported I regarding disposition of whose namt and plaeoo of roildtneoaro
lending to individuals and cooperative a* follow:
Jones, Jr. Board meeting of Florida Federation Francis are cousins. The two couples an adult femal should accompany j cases, and that any inquiries be FANNIE M. MOOD*"
Clark of Cocoa lending through corner
Miss Diane of Business and ProfessionalWomen enjoyed a fishing trip at St. her or if this Is not possible I referred to the juvenile court for LOTTIE. M. MOODY .
the weekend here pondent banks who cannot handle >' W.
Beach spent held in Naples on Saturday James during their stay the radip or phone should be ,,reply and that court-police and Clowliton. Florida
rith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. and Sunday. Mrs. Marie Bowden used to contact headquarters, and 'school groups should meet occasionally large loan Ownership of Associated Electron
Clark. Their house guest for John G. is I I The introduced by loa I I. ao followi:
D Leesburg. past president, was Gaylor a patient in time and speedometer reading to interpret programs and speaker wa Fannie M. Moody
ie weekend was Miss Ruth Rains the Veterans Hospital at Coral I each Sidney Crochet. M. Moody
: a featured speaker. given and mbrded at that time discover: problems facing Lottlo

!T. also of Cocoa W.Beach.Mr. W. .Wllliford I Miss Martha Davis,who Is teaching Gables. and again.when the trip is ended. !other. Law enforcement agenciesin Last Wednesday the Club heard tho It Clork U tholr of the Intention Clrovlt to tIff "and to
3. If pzosatble a policewoman their preventive programs may Frank Zych assistant superintendent for H.ndr County, Florida to res.
and daughter of Jacksonville spent school at Cocoa spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sage return- late tho aid name of Auoelated
should .conduct the recreation athletic
questioning of provide or service
of Okeechobee Boy School '
end here ed Mme independence Electronic under the proviiloni ofChapter
weekend in Clewiston with his with her parents Mr. Tuesday night from
:he female child but should withdraw as soon law of norldaoC" I
a speak on the care of boy and the 10151.
sister, Mrs. UeUywn White and and Mrs. W. A. Davis at Motel 27. Kansas, where they I of 1141.
wens called last week by the' death 4. Juveniles-should be segregated as some community agency can operation cat the school. I FANNIE U. MOODY, I
Mr. and Mrs. V. "
family. E.
Hendricks assume responsibility. LOTTIJII M. MOODY
from adult prisoners and If Zych was introduced by Ralph
Mrs. Mary Ray of Ocala was in left Monday for a two weeks' of Mr. Sage's brother.Policewoman. CN .n '
Oewiston Friday and Saturday vacation possible thoM"chlldren In protective I I All community_resource should Bishop_ Oct. 10. IT. $4_ It:rlU. .. ., ,
i trip. Their destination was custody should be separatedfrom be utilized to aid the juvenile offender .
visiting friends and transacting .not decided when they left dewls- For those held for violations. to achieve a satisfactory ,. !

ton and they planned to travel on PERSONALITY FACTORS adjustment. The Best Way is REAC, V : : i

a day to day basis wherever their Much can be learned by careful I
School Shipments by REA Express :
TrafficThe your : ,
fancy led them. :
business.Ifcurffend observation of the youth during j /
Miss Shirley LaByer of Forsythe. City of Clewbton plan to interview.:Some factors to be Plane & Troopers Overnight Service in Florida
Ga.. a student at Bessie lift College noted are: :
provide some help at once win New Low Rates YU 2-2141 ,
spent the weekend with her L ,
the growing problem of traffic How a boy carries himself Is an Catch 107 Mph Driver I
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ross La- his
at the elementary school crowing indication of own feelings 1
1 Byer, at LaByers Motel. en East Oceeola A".... a slouched posture may Indicate Cruising along US 27 near Clew-
rllilI Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hartmanand The help will probably 'be In lack of self-confidence or fear of iston at 107 mile per hour proved SMART TV BUY! I

children Tom Jinl and Dottie the form "a policewoman authority. Undue disproportion of dlsasterous to Timothy White of .

of Youngstown Ohio spent severaldays working 2-Zft hours dally to head hands nose etc. may sub Harlem lat weekend. With many ...
last week with Mr. and Mrs. handle traffic during the noon ject a boy to Jokes from others and I other speeding drivers be was detected

W. C. Wright when classy start and end. cause him to "fight back" for by a plane-trooper com-
Mrs. Elbert Hooker and son these slights. bination which i II hard to beat

Gary, and Mrs. Carlisle Radish Mrs. Pat Drake and Mrs. Gene Extremes in weight may be due White wa driving a late modelcar
and children visited :Mr. and Mrs. Wilson to emotional or glandular prob
presented the) problem to ; the road was good; no one /
John Blackwell In Lakeland Sun- the commissioners Monday night lems.Deformities was In sight; the sky was clear

day.Mr. The school patrol has no authority or unusual body and the driver was in a hurry.He !
and Mrs. W. W. Sage were to stop cars; they can only hold growths may cause a child to overcompensate stepped on the gas and felt the

Abner H. Vann called to Independence Kansas, school pupils at the curb to wait for his lacks through urge of power. It felt good so
Friday by the unexpected death of until the street is clear During antisocial behavior. I be held his foot down. Overhead !

Ph.IYU2597I his brother. the period when classes start and Intermittent spasmodic Jerky unnoticed hovered a plane. It wa
IUIIalas Mr. and MM. Red Hawkins of stop there are so many cars delivering movements may indicate emotion. I the Florida Highway Patrol plane. o aaasuannxt
Ft. Lauderdale were guests over pupils and in other normal al problems needing specialized : I
The driver did
not see the plane
the weekend of Mrs. Annie Nail treatments. Speech defects suchas I ,
traffic that the children who walk ,! nor did he take note of the white i,
IalWaall and Mrs. Belle Bryan.A. often must wait at the curb for stuttering, may also result from painted line the i
across highwayi
0. Ward has returned froma emotional disturbance. Sweating ;
long periods of
time before they i he sped fast But the trooper In
tax collector's convention hands may show excessive fear cr
Still Firm Ur.lnauI'llIIc,Company. three-day can get clearance to cross the i the
plane Flight Officer Bill Payne -
"om.olnee:Bloomington Illinois. in Citrus County. Mem- insecurity. Excessive energy,
street This is I
particularly unde- shown In be who started a atop watch a* The WAYLAND
,, ,. ... i kafcjfcjjt W atiux hypcr-actlvity, ,may I
-.I w..1 t J. a '' .w factor fcr |4he ear wont over the first-whlta-- I
an important some chil
out the two mothers dren's involvement in anti- oclal line and stopped it when he crossed .0'l: ;

Week-end Special The oonunlutoner decided behavior. the second line. He radioed the

their beat solution would be DISPOSITIONS IN JUVENILE clocked time to the waiting patrolman
THRIFTY LUNCHEON MENU : policewoman who would have a CASES and a trooper' siren and RCA VICTOR & TV i

authority to halt traffic to let Release to parents is encouraged warning light greeted White further Economy-priced Lowboy Consola (r

the children eras the whenever possible and 11. down the road He wa stunned aNew
street Super-powerful : Vista" Tuner
when the officer faced him ;
Half-Fried Chicken "- In used 'when Investigation 'I
safety Aa such case
as a person re-I
.b found the vale more positive factors and for he thought no one was watch- 22,500 Volts of Picture Power'design 1
2 Hot Rolls Butter mayer la anthorbed I ... in,. He posted a $100 bond and ,
vegetables good child ( ) (
to employ her. Mayor parent relationship; didn't to court average ***:>sr j
come on plea day.
Tom Jones asked where there is an emotlally healthy '
twe mo4h- Other drivers at varying high ."Golden Throat" Sound Systems
ers H repretcntetlTea II the atmosphere and where parentscan !
69 peed and the disposition of their
\ .
Mothers pub to try to find meet most emotional needs of -oncfed-oB
Bach a person and recommend the child. If parent are happily cases were 'Kenneth John Me- CAfety Glass / -- calla tN. \ I
Stravlc, who was fined $30 or 10 -
to married and have a constructive
him for the position.Recommissioned, $199.95
day; : Angelo Camelli. $25 '
A Hearty Breakfast for Cool Mornings I '. officer attitude'aDd of are cooperation willing to with accept the or 10 day; Edward Thomas Ste-

Daily( Double the responsibility they will likelycreate phenson.Ethrldge$40 bond Robert estreated, Walter; Norman E.

a good atmosphere In which 1
Buck! Rob Redish Electric Co. !
2 country eggs On Hospital BoardSecretary the continue child will delinquent,not be predisposedto habits. Release O. Welndenkopf, Ray,Comb who forfeited, and Roger$35 I

2 slices buttered toast bond each -
of State Tom Adams to parents can be considered Area Lt.I I BOND 8TKEET CLEWISTON j
sliced bacon trooper working with .
announced the recommissioningof in first or second offenses; con-: .. I

2 cups coffee Dan McCarthy, Clewiston as a tact with polled department .is a .. I

grits and butter member of the Hendry County strong deterrent and helps the 1 1i
Hospital Authority youth set controls on his own be- 1j
63* : McCarthy presently chairmanof havior.NEED OF PREVENTION i
the Authority was recently appointed ACTIVITIES veto.SAN1A I

by Governor Bryant for II
his second term. In small cities the need for delinquency I

Dusty Road Sundae . . . 35f prevention work U often II
aa great as in larger cities and at

Real Estate time assist with fewer helpful agenciesto !, 1 I

Many small police departments :

Thrifty Drug Specials assign! one man to;handle juvenile ...... .)!

40 acre hunting site. High ly case familiar and he witty can).laws become governing especial Juvenile LAY AWAY Now For Christmas Giving! ',,:
and dry. Road right to
- property
cases, but his job remains
$125 .
- per acre.SO' that of law enforcement Without LADIESCar .

lot on Highway 27, near adequate.7 lawf enforcement the PURITAN'SLookalike

ATTENTION motels and restaurants. Pricedto work of the Juvenile court would Ski Coats
seUCall not be effective. Ohio has a fine shirts in BAN-LON or
program now In effect: 'which Reversible nylon, with hiddenLadles'

Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers Frank Denmead seems to meet, the need of law

registered Beat Estate Broker court enforcement and of the juvenile $7.95 Dacron-polpest r; interlining
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Jaaalta Johns*. TV S-1211 PURITAN BAN-LOlf Sox
personnel understand casual
: r E/1f D BANK Mortrare LOAN Carrot Benson TU S-Mtt factor of delinquency: :.the that an of.Zcers Dyed to Match I

WIll 111.k. Cash Te exercise eU-contrtd: and re- t

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wta4 Machine and town trrfeatiuh I
AasM !. abase *f a farm grew el ruel. ,

S rnckaM ,son ..... ._. Announcing the opening of dental office of A wide range of styles and fabrics ;
lara **
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I.I. Lisaup U M years). Dr. James T. Gaunt, Jr., D.D.S. Red, Charcoal Vinyl Doe-Lon, Olive .
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atee M17) General Practice, including children, Sizes 6.18
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Six THE a.EWISTON NEWS Oewl"oD, Gulf Service beat Anderson's Gulf Warrior ........."..-..__.....-. 1 4'held at the Exhibit: Building at the >to sponsor a Halloween
i" I Page Thurlda7 October 2., 1963 J"la'i 31. Everglades F S&L took 3 from I Angels _......_.. ,....,??.??.?,.,, 0 5 Fair Grounds Here booth will be with Gene Fuller, FumVil,
.i I erected and manned by Lions Club rector,
I Duda and Roman's Dusting won 3 Flag FootballBy Last week's result: ; volunteering h1a 6In -
!) If EI I Ji I Ij TV Mullen's Oct. 15Angel members. There will be *H the planning and as
]lessons, Friday; and more are expected from Cartther Radio & : carry
usual Halloween fun-making the
I won from Llndsley; 3-1. 0-Devils 12 I
i for the last two of the series WOODY CAEEUTHEK3
booths,-fish pond (two of them, LIt
haircutfor 26-WarrIorO year was
Club Bill Hill won the free Comet the
j Country In the list of winners of Lehlgh high game, 225. In the Midget League the Jets Oct. 17Devil : !in fact, since this I* the favorite held under the new arranger
i ), dart throws,
Acres Invitational l..tWele the Buddy Little howled a 224 for still! maintain their first place position 13-Wrrlori 6 of the younger ones and the event proved vet ,
Notes Geneva's, while Junior Meadow wins to their "and many others There will be cuessfol Otis :year, ) I1Ico
: name of Eloise Harris, who won by adding two Comet 7-Angel* the group
I and Willie Lee bowled 212, DougThompson' undefeated record The last place plenty; of prizes on hand for these use m01"8 ,paCt ID the IriI
low ,
putt prize was unintentionally bu0dag(
I ; ;i By Matt and Teresa Stanton omitted. 211, L. Dud*'* 201 Rebel, scoring on a 50-yard kick I'booths avoid the crowdJn, "'h1ch It
: In the Best Ball Threesome FrI. Lllah Florentine's U-iW9 Friday and Prescott eased Into the over off return by; Carl Berner, ha been Naples Readying John Corbin and Richard Phelps last )'ear.
; S day winners were Letty; McCon- afternoon was especially; exciting 200 class also.LADIES the only team able to score on the Swamp Buggy Days are in charge of the food booths. -
vllle, Doris Carter and Faye WakU since she had one ball in a water Jets 10 far They have worked out better arrangements -I Bill Swayne
It's time for Swamp Job
ron. Ruth McCarthy, Diane Bern- hazard OF THE LAKE After Honda,'* games the Chargers this :year for the food I I
Team W L but Day In Naples, and the event gets booths, and there will! be ample Angus Association
er and Dee Holoubek, tied Frances: were in second place,
Another excited (
gal Friday
I Nail Louise Christian and Eloise Dot Vettorl who Just missed; a was 49 Sport Shop .. .. .16 I their lead was short-lived .* the judging underway in; tonight the Queen with Contest preliminary, endIng space without crowding: |I II William K. SWSTW. 18,
Harris, for second place. Addle with a mean putt on the last bole Old South 1434 944 Tiger fought them to a tie game Sunday; afternoon with the.I The Carnival will start at six ton, hu been framed a Ckwy
1\ McGehee won low putt prize. Charlie Wiesenfeld holed out a Parkinson'sBaldree's __ 1244 1141 M and then won the game on a "mile of mud" gumbo classic race o'clock and end at nine o'clock. membership In the Amer1caa_
Tomorrow the ladle will playa chip shot for three on No. 8 which ... ... .... -12 12 yardage playoff; putting both team which is the climax of the program All youngsters are expected to be Bus AsMclatton It St, JOIeph, 4-
Two-Ball Foursome with half .... in costume for the occasion, although !!. 1&
i dldnt please his! opponent too U. S. Sugar Corp ,12 12 into a second place tie. In between will be a bear-Judging lOUr announces Prank JUchard
the combined handicap A special ___ no parade 1 II planned. ,
I much! Canebrake 1041 1341 MIDGET LEAGUE contest, and a Powder Puff Derby secretary;
Round Robin to be played from the ._.... The Halloween Carnival was His
f Hare Lumber .10 14 Team W L for the lady; drivers. Winner will new Junior membership, .,
i \ men's tees will start November tt Wilson Lumber __ 844 1544Sorateb Jet -_.,._........0 be crowned "Mud Duchess". formerly; a PTA- ponored event, titles him to the privilege elf 111>
f1 I' 8th. Contestants must register by; t"1p'After meta Series! I chargers-...._...- 3 3 New bleachers increasing seating and various clubs assisted, using A iocl tlon unttt ho reschw 111
f Nov. 1.Tuesday. Sally Blus .....,.......,..... 436 Tiger .. -2 3 capacity along the route of the 'the concession booths as moneymaking ; ale of 21. He was one of Mjl
,: ; November 5th, is the Louise Rudd 421 I Rebel ................... 1 4 mud derby to 5,000 will be used project for their organizatlons people In the United State to e.
day for the Sebring Women Invitational Joann Spurlln _...._......., 419 Last week's result: for the first time this :year I[ After PTA discontinued celve Junior member rhlq Jut
I Those intending to play; Handicap Series I Oct 14 The parade Saturday; afternoonwill :sponsorship, the Lion dub agreed month.

must register at the Clewiston clubby a long layoff Rick Mattson. Louise Rudd .,?,,., .,..........?. -..601Eleanor Chargers 7-Rebels 0 be complete with bright floats I
> October 30, and specify! if they, surprised himself more than anyone Kehoe 874 I I Jets 21-Tigers 0 and marching bands, and spectators r
I prefer electric: carts The $250' when he came up with a 39 on Sally Blus .. -.. ..........., 556 Oct. 18. will see the swamp buggies!
i entry; fee cover green fee, lunch the first nine. The back nine will iBdlrldnal flab Game I Jets 6-Rebel 0 clean and neat before their foray; InstantHunter's

eon, and prize.. remain untold except to the handicap Eleanor Kehoe ... m-m..... ........ ... .. 166 I Tiger 7-chargers 6 into the muddy track. i I
Fifteen beginner wen out swinging I It committee! Joann Spurlln ..... ... IllS The Swamp Buggy Race gets
in the second' of four free golf Happy to say we've had Frances. Wanda Spurlln ___________ 156 After last week Junior League underway; at 1 p.m., Sunday.; I
and Bill Henry back from the Sally Blus ,... 156 ,
.m. of Insurance
North since September and justgot Handicap Game James Devils remain on top !
the league by> adding two more Halloween Funival
'Ii' y i1It/l Ruby; and Wes Allen back from Eleanor Kehoe -,.- ...,.__...... 218 wins to their unbeaten; record.However
t j I Missouri! for the season Louis Rudd .. .-..... ... ., 215 the Comets are right behind Is Planned By Lions Short Term
": \ p"I Wanda Spurlln -....,-.., .?.. .. 209 waiting for a chance to knock them Children in the Clewi ton area Accident Policy
hl 1 out of first place. The Comets need will! enjoy; the traditional Halloween
HALF THE VORlD 'TODAY Bowling Leagues HANDICAP to win against the Devil this Frolic this :year, thanks to the minimum, $5,000 coverage for 3 days,
Dan's Dragline Service had a week so they will! at least be tied energetic Lions dub members and
I 591 game for the season' high. tor first place. Gene Fuller, recreation director costs $1.00
THE OTHER LEAGUE1st Team Standings: for the city
The Warrior and the Angel
AWAY WITH' IT// place: U.s. Sugar Corp. 22 pts. Team W LPotasnlckBadgett The Halloween Funival will be
l", I 2nd place (ties) W. T. Grant, 13 11 both bad a rough time last week See
; : Froctie, Belle Glade Herald, 14 ,Glade. Restaurant .. .12 11 losing two fame each so they will
... A be out for The wlnningles
.w IN pts ea. A & W Root Beer 12 12 revenge.
f 3 rd place (tie) S.C-Brysnt, Dan's Dragline Service 10 14 Angels almost broke their losing Glade Roofing Co.
Vanderfrlgt & Williams, 10 pta. Handicap Indlv. Series ..tre.1eber; tied the Comets Afl Types el Beef and BeardsleyNashInsurance
I High Game Set: Frances Carlin .583 W but were disheartened after Sheet Metal Work:
USS.C. (Clewiston) 2,518. Ruth Tlllman _. 582 losing out in a yardage p1ar; -u. New Constraettm er

High Team Game Mary: Evan _______ 5(4 JUNIOR LEAGUE Repair Jabs AgencyPhone
1' 0 Frostie! 867 Ind. Handicap Game Team W L Phone 2-7111
t I Il l- High Indlv Set (tie) .Jenny Hendry; ,224 Devils .. .... ......- 5 0 YU 2-7501 ClewistonNEW
: ) : Bob Goedhart, Robert Bran, 529 France Carla ______ 207 Comet 4 1'f Day er Evening
w. High Indlv Game Actual Ind. Series
< Mr OM Ow M/.1IJM/M 19 Robert Brane 222.I Frances Carlln 526 "1-
< I I Men over 200 Helen Xfste 477 /
; Drive Slow and Live, ,Robert BriDe, 222, Bob Goedhart, Mary: EVln. 444 ,,, iSt1iNGrrINFo1
i 206; B. Richardson, 208; J B. Ind. Scratch Game i0N
I I Jones 202.BABCOCK'S. France. Carla _.___ 188
Jenny Hendry; 178 TV
f1 HANDICAP LEAGUE Helen Elate 176 Boots Guides Gas Ice e
I Geneva's Drive In won 4 points Fishing Tackle Supplies __
from Echols Plumbing to move _
Into second place behind leading Sugarland Pharmacy Johnson'sFishing >e
Badcock Furniture, who whipped
,Vr \ Richmond Plumbing 3 point PIZZAYU Camp
; Doug City Barber won 4 point Qewtston, Flo.
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FOR' SALE: George's Hotel 20 Sheriffs ReportThe Oewlston, Fla. Thursday THE LOWS 24,NEWS 1983 Page Seven I

rooms furnished. A bargain. TVJ.124L ,. \.t/fI..
tLASSIPIED, ADS I Box 1253, Clewlston, Flor Hendry County; Sheriff department ,

Ida. S.nZo reports that including NewsEvents
-- - the Florida Harlem
those cases made by

pHONE YUkon 81201t FOR SALE-Solid rock maple din FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer Mrs. L S Bell Jr. Highway Patrol, there were 183

: > RATES: Four cents lug table and six chairs. Also spaces Royal Palm Trailer SANIBEL ISLAND PROPERTY: cases made by the Sheriffs Department Of Our Colored Community I "I
I I painted month of September and News
aAirdPer insertion. 7lnsertmhdmtot cents corner cabinet. Three38"x54" Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Exclusive Gulf front at $200. per for the
charle: four ions and one 72"xJ4" Venitlan front foot. Resort motel and dress 1S63, with an additional 17 MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor

the price of three. blinds one 10'xlO' blue living shop. Attractive terms. YU 24421 outof-coucty warrants served, for Phone YU 27831IIARLEM
room rug. Phone YU a total of 180 arrests

U731.Nov7c: miscellaneous UJanted tfc delivered 14 CHRISTMAS CLUB PERSONAL MENTION
The department Christmas Saving Mrs rude Belle Smith Is convalescing
The Friendly<
Sale public service message where i at her home after
micelan! 0usfor Public Notice public service had failed, and Club It holding its next meeting nicely
Glade hospital.

confined to Belle
Business Services MAN WANTED to manage and turned over $4,488.02 to the County at the home of Mr. and MM. Paul being.

operate retail Watkins Routein t; Fine and Forfeiture fund. ;Jones on Saturday night November The many friends of Mrs. D. G.
GOOD ACE HEATERS 2. Our meetings have been a
For sale, reasonable this area. Earnings of $125.00 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Arrests were as follows: one success thus far. Rogers are delighted to hear that
tor LP gas 3-DAY HOME DEMONSTRATION per week from the very beginning. TAX DEED!: of driver's license she is much improved. and has re-
each for Influenced
Fuller. We hope we have
Gene 1" 1* Florid Statute.NOTICFI
)frI. YUJW6JB.ISSTCATIE any Hammond Call YU Write Mr McCarity, P. a Box Chapter Generalal
price organ. l le hereby; : restriction Improper star 01 to Join the Friendly Christ- turned home from Hendry
hlhOm you
2-1181 or YU 2-5591. Billy Doaae. 627-, Willliton, Florida. nov7c MRS of the.followlnt. M. FOUNTAIN certificate, ha filed from parked position, possession mss Savings Club next year. Mr. where she was confined for a

FOR SALE-223 va- nov7 Mrs.--Belle-Bryan aid certificate for a tax deed to of lottery ticket failure to dim Susie Beckton Is president; Mrs few days. We send "get well wishes -
&MC fl25 or pbone b* laeued thereon The Certificate speed too great for her for an early recovery" '
riety. P. 0- Walter S. Comrle I number, year of I..u.nol. the de*. headlights, llbertha Blackmon is financial seetary way
fllstoQ, YU 2-2181 _OctTc NOW ACCEPTING applications for crlptton of the property, and the conditions, failure to ;yield right- ; Mrs. Fannie Davis la trea-, Mrs. Julia Sales has returned

-:- : RADIO &: TV SERVICE. Carlthers waitresses and cashiers. See name follow\la which It wae aseteied are of-way, Indecent exposure, defacing surer and Mrs. Annie Janes is re from Plant City, Florida, after
vR611 BUGGY 1'0&SALE: Radio &: TV Sales with service. Gary Scott at Thrifty Drugs tic al Certificate No. IS county; property, selling alcoholic wrter. spending a few days with relativesand
Oldsmobile motor, dual 12:50: Nickell Building 108 Bond Street Year of liiuance, tin beverage to minors, no license friends.
Denrlptlon of property! Suaar-
tireS. COntact Fry Hardware. tic I IMr. dewiston, Fla. Phone YU 2-644L ton 8O. Blk !. Lot 4. tag, improper exhibition of We regret very much to hear
I YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic Name In which aeeeM.Ai Jewl a dangerous weapon. PTA NOTICE that Mrs. Cassle Hardy continue
: M. Cornette '
.. E. Lee Crawford Boa HOe, ClewUton,
REAL ESTATE, Florid, arrest The regular meeting will be held on the sick list. Church members
SEWING OF ALL KIND Western All ot said property being III the Two each for resisting
Iron SALE Payroll envelopes Monday night Oct. 28. The president and friends are praying and hoi>-
Hendry. State FlorldL concealed over-
County of of weapon
I printed "tin form for social se- style shirts. Alterations and uol... such certificate ihall be carrying of right-of-way, Is asking all members to be lag that she will soon recover and
and other de- dress making. Quilts for sale and redeemed according to the law the width, violation member
parity, withholding BAHAMA'S PROPERTY: Informs driver's present and bring a new return to her active duties. Mrs.
deecrlbed In certificate Improper
such ,
ductiotll. Box of 500. Clewlltone.a will do quilting for others Lucy ton regarding Bimodal or other will bo told to the hicheat with you. Let us strive to make a Hardy is a faithful member of
OUlc. Arrlngton P. O. box 14, Clewlston, Bahamian property desired. YU bidder at the Court House door on license. stronger and better organizationthis New Bethel AME Church.
the tint Monday In the Month of
SALE. 1962 Chevrolet pickup. YU 2-4245. octtlp 24421. tic November llll. which U the 4th Three each for bare assault, illegal year. Mrs. Annie. Mitchell, Friends of Clayton and Jimmie
I Good, clean trucx. First bank of BLUM: SONS PLASTERING FOR SALE: New three bedroomone 4'b,,of rbr..rb mi.day of September, possession of alcoholic hew president. Mlxon are sorry to hear of UM
Phone YU 2-6001. tic Very Best Work 1111 erage. Four each for beating illness of thel rmother, and hope
bath block
qyiston. large veneel
bill driving on wrong at this time
We Save You Money home. Corner lot. 705 Bond Street Clerk Circuit Court HARLEM HOSPITAL NOTES she is feeling better
FOR SALE Parrakeets. $2.00tip. Pastering, Simulated Stone Hendry.County,. Florida DWI.
African love ect24c eN No. 110 wilful and wanton Patients admitted: Eddie Smith,
for '
birds, Six each BAPTIST
Stucco Free Estimate Oct 5. 10. 11. U. UII Daniel Jarrett Annie. Kate Mo-I
bards, monkeys, cages, supplies. Licensed and Insured REAL ESTATE-For sale -BA- reckless driving; nine for failure Rev. O. D. Winiama
I bOardl '. Thompson Wild to have vehicle under control; 10 Cray, Fred Lee Canty. .
Pet 25 Years In Business HAMAS-Andros Island% acre NOTICE OF REGULARBINENNIAL Jar- Sunday, Oct. 20 was Youth Day
I iInal farm. Phone YUkon 2- 3850 Lora Street for assault and battery; It for Patients remaining: Daniel in of the
\ charge
and the youth was
lots next to U. & Navy Sub Base ;
Annie Kate Me-
Uc DISTRICT ELECTION 13 for public drunkenness ett, Queen,
1238. Fort Myers, Fla. tfc $20 down $20 month. Write UR- Notlo It hereby iven that an profanity; Fred Lee morning services at 11:00: a.m.
ED /-0171 OX 4-2874 election I U called to E held the ; 18 for no driver's license; Cray Canty.
or on
Guest speaker for the morning was
ALL; MAKES 21" BON KOCH 711 N E IT tint Tuesday after the tint Mon. 18 for disorderly conduct; 42 for
Guaranteed. $19.95 down., $14.04 SLIP COVERS and-drapes. Cur! Lauderdale, Fla. JA 4-1153. nv7c day la November, llli, the lam Dr. D. G. Rogers, who delivered a
LAKE APPLIANCE being( the fifth day of November, unlawful speed. HARLEM ACADEMY NEWS wonderful address.At .
per month tom made. Complete line of IIS. between the hour of 1 o'clock
CO., YU 17151. tic drapery and slip cover fabrics. DEMAND GREATER THAN LIDo'a..4 T o'clock pm. on said day NEW SUPPLY OF SCRATCH. Mrs. Narvella M. Lee, our Horn 3:00: p.m. the Choir Union was
EVER for houses, acreage, buslnesses. > for the purpose of toting the mill.
church. The
Economics teacher has ben held at the following
Call YU 2-S83L .... .
estimates. office.NOTICH
SALE-Simmons Hlde-A-Bed Free We have customers waitIng. ace to b* an d against Hndry PADS are ready. Mews
FOR Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand ('ounty Special Tax School DI.trlotNo. ranted a professional leave of program was rendered:
and dinette! suite with six chairs. List your property with us. 1, the same being the entire absence to attend the> annual conference Devotion, Deacon Board; Occasion -
OcU4c Upholstery, tie County of Hendry, a* provided In
ell YU 2-2101. J. E. Beardilej. Ph. YU J.750LUc
100 for 1141 OF INTENTION TO for teachers of Home Economics Mrs. Vera I* WMtfleld; Selection'

FOR SALE: TV set $35. Two plat- Act and Uom'dae. of 1I4T. by ld'i: : ,. : REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Education, which will beheld Youth Choir: Selections No.
doe hereby certify
Jorrn rockers: ; one wardrobe cab- Lewis Blount Only thoee who are qu.lltl.d"r The that undersigned we are conducting a are on October 24 through 26 a.tThe One' Choir; Selections, No. Two ...
MoteL tic FOR RENTROOMS reeldlnrr In th* district' and vice station bu.III. .t 101 E Suparland Hampton House Motel and Villas Choir; Selections, Sugarland Gospel
met UByer's whose o I* recorded and Florida,
REAL ESTATE who pay taxe: on real null oleraonal under the Highway flctltlou name of Pride In Miami, Florida. Singers; Selections, New Bethel
EXCHANGE OR SALE: Travel NORTHSTOE bedroom frame, property ehall b* ent tied. ..n'. Cltlea service and that said. This Is a part of the in-service AM Church Choir; Selections .1.

Trailer: 19 ft Self contained FOR RENT Call YU $10.000. to The vote following la\ald lection.have ben de.I.l firm U names and.. place of the of followingwho \addrees education program provided by the Choral Group, Belle Glade.

guy( be parked anywhere) Shasta 24881. tfc NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, n.tl4 a* pplllnr place for conduct are *a** follow\ i iHarvey Home Economics Section, State Remarks Rev. 0. D. Williams;

Traveler Trailer Brand New. $9,000. Inc Precinct laid election No. !1 Bugg'. QaraaClewlaton. *, D. PrldcenOertiud Department of Education. Remarks.,.Deacon H. Hart presl
Trailer sleeps four, has gas app). FOR RENT Furnished apartment ACREAGE as available. PrldfenOwnerehlp .
of Pridiren'i Cltle Service District No. 8 Department of Elmentary dent of the Union; The next meeting
New kitchen. Three rooms, Phone S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, I I 'Precinct' N Tire *ttlon'Precinct La. .
ances. Th new price is over $3,000. Belle V..I la follower *) School Principals FSTA of th.j. Union will be the third
Oner will trade for property, improved YU 2-3421. tfc bath frame home. Hardwood I No.' t Courthouse, LaBell Gertrude Harvey D Prldi.n.Prldcen 80 10%% meets at Harlem Academy School, Sunday in December in Belle Glade
unimproved, or may be loots.S25 Precinct No. i Old Poet Office. Ft. It I le our Intention to apply to the
or bedroom enaud 'I lewlston, Saturday, Oct. 26 from The Junior Mission meeting was
FOR RENT: Two, one FHA HOMES In Broward. Palm ClerK of the Circuit Court In and
purchased for cash. A real bargain.Call apartments and one efficiencyLaByers Beach and Dade counties, var)- Center Precinct No. I Felda Recreation! for Hendry County, Florida to ree> 800; until 1:00: p.m. The Elemen- held at the home of Mr; and ,114.Otis .

for details. YU 2-3421. tic MoteL YU 2-2891. tfc OUt sizes and prices. Small cash Precinct No. I Annie Rill'.Clsli Cities later the Service laid under name the of provision Prldneal tary Department of Harlem Academy Dixon last Tuesday evening at

AIRBOAT i i FOR SALE: 65 hp Continental Furnished cabins and payment ton. No. T. City Act of Chapter of 141.80961. law ot Florida, is the host for this visiting I 7:30: p.m.

Contact Fry Hardware. tfcTHOSE"COOD"CLAXTON FOR RENT- FOR RENT Efficiencies and South Clewliton ./ HARVEY D. PRIDOEN group, and is planning a program
trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp houses as available. 10 Precinct Lodge. Harlem No. S Er: .r.l.d. Maion :/ QL'IITRUDK PIUDQEN: for the occasion. CHURCH NEWS
tic CN N Itl
i FRUITCAKES YU 2-118L Over 1.000' vacant lots to select Precinct No. 1, Cliwliton Motor Oct. 5. 10 IT. 14, 1911 New Bethel AME
are here. $1.00 pound. furnished from for all Various Company, ClewUton -- Bev. L. Holmes Pastor
FOR RENT 3 room purposes. Bpricl"ot. No ""o""* Lodge NOTICE TO PARENTS
!from any BPW member or ..tBeardsley'll.ol11ce" apartment available after Oct prices. Terms.INVESTAENT. 8.11. Quarter. Sunday School t:30: H. L. Me- I

,.e. ,novU 20. 408 E. Ventura It*. : AND INCOME: lie BY Instruction ORDER of for the Rendry Board of County Pub. Bail i I Bonds' Reporting), Cards to will parent be issued(Cards from Issued KiN, superintendent

PROPERTY Florida, this IItb day ot Septo.- Morning Worship, 10:55: a.m.
GOOD MUTABLE TYPEWRITER FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent ber. 1161. 1:30 until 3.00; p.m. and '::00 until! Evening Worship, 7pm.

WITH CASE far sate. News Office apartment. Phone 2-127L CBS construction, $23,000. 1. HOMER BflRA.TT, Chairman 24 Hour Service LOO: p.m. Thursday afternoon and Bible Reading Class, Tuesday

tfcnc tic9eaaaselsieeiS..u.R..iiiiIRIsuIuuialUIaIUuISg2 LONG TERM low interest farm Secretary, and superintendent Thursday night October 24. Please Evening at tha church.

--- cane' grove and ranch mart.sges Of Oct,10,211 Publl Inetrectlon McDonald Bookkeeping and< come out and talk with the teachers Choir Rehearsals, Wednesday and

; minlmWnm.oOo. 14, |1, 963NOTICE about ;your child's progressIn Thursday evening.
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. I Tax Service school for the first six week.
-- The Fourth
Quarterly Conference

Best Estate Broker I am no longer connected with the John W. McDonald the presiding was held Elder Sunday Dr., Oct. 20 and 1
I i BUSINESS DIRECTORY 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire Double A Roofing Co., and am not HONOR ROLL FOB A. A. Wii- I ,
Auto and General eeponalblo for It* debt, pant pre_ FIRST SIX WEEKS Veins, of West Palm Beach Districtwas
sent or future Immokalee Fla. In
Insurance Third Grades t pf: services
Clewlitnn. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 CN Oct 35. No. I, UII Phone OL 4-3672 Theodore Mack, Marilyn Scott throughout the day.

SEE! US FOR I Evelyn Clark, Isabella Tarver. i The business.session wrs held

BOTTLED GAS I Martha Sasser, Patrick Coleman at the close of the evening worship -,

EVINRUDE Barbara Sykes, Anne Laverne Tar and all the Auxiliaries made

AppliancesSalesService Real EstateExclusive ver, Jeanette Keaton Cynthia June financial and written reports. Bro.

Sale and ServiceNew .. Lee, Judith Gall Hilton J. H. Hardy was elected Conference

Listings Fourth Grade: Steward.
BUSINESS MEN! Celestlne You are always welcome to wore
and Used Meters mack Brenda D. Dlx
Office open 6 AJ&4 PJt Doily I t ship with us In services.
Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION lad Sunday. I on, Gwendolyn Gale Robinson, -
Farts and Aeeesserles Kenneth Jones, Maurice M.:: Brown, I -

Marine Safety E alpmea. For Sale Looking for good location to start business) James Hart. Audrey William, Lester JULIA'SBEAUTY

heat YOkea 2-8211 house Three bedrooms, one McMillan, Patricia Clark RoseMary I

CAlL COLLECT bath. Block. Financed. Not satisfied with location? Orlchlow, Fred I* Canty. NOOKFor
H. present
South Bay WY f.-5921 Duplex. Both sides rented. Fifth Grade: That New Look
Extra rental omit in rear. A Lovvorn Nola Dixon Brady Hart. 'T Usg Styling Cutting

BENDBY COUNTY good buy at $9,50000 includinglot Then look at 75'xl 100' to 20 alleyAcross Jr.. Helen Ann Lewis, Edwin M. He AppetBtaents.
WALDRON'SGROCERIES and furniture. Mack, Vernita A. Klngcade, Pauline Friday awl Saturday
Title & AUtract ,Co. Trade equity; in $11,000 home
kI.\'I AND 'Title Abstracts-Title taswaaea in Ft Lauderdale for Clewlston from & l.11.rifty Drug, Parkinson & Bank Sixth Grade:

.1 a.nv to 1 p ja. 3 to 8 pjn. Fbelvytatg.._.11'DQIIeatlal.... property: improved or unim! '* '" Anthony R. Mack, Leola Hart

Six Days Week proved. .; Isalash Michael
a It. aid Park Aft. Bartiey Gray, Hill
UBeneTFU. >P. 0. lid 911ORasge I 250' Hwy 27 frontage, Inside Price GroceryGroceries I
and Eddie J. Pope.
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) usn city limits of Oewifton. May be terms are right!
1* W Eighth Grade:,
purchased whole or part. : Ueats
\\f<* Your Spur of Moment Picnics For prompt. Efflciant: 5 acres of cane, within % mite Joyce Jones, Barbara Wilson, ,VegetablesFresh II
>f Lake on UA 17.Tm1ers. Clara Moore, Michael Qulntyne, Cold Drinks Essential Items
four Milo East: of Clewlston Home delivery OreetlM Fair Thelma Mitchell We Appreciate) Your Patronage:
OF THE MIAMI BCBALD MaeOla Monti, Betty A. Sass.r. Mr. and Mrs. Ttantesi rate '

Bar Beach I Samuel Simmons, Vivian Jones, rrepftetors' ,

Call Bobby GiddensYU ed 4 well city lots ti pump, paved, septic street tank fen A 3-2941 309 W, Sagarland Hwy. EInora Sipllc, Georgia Williams

Ninth Grade
2.1191W patio for House Trailer.' 10' X
Chattel HID,
Eater XIngcade,
55 Trailer Included. Total price Harlem ClubYour
Attention CattlemenI $4000. and take over Trailer Wilfred Brewster.
payments. Terms to right party. .... "Seventh Grade Favorite Mixed Drink
la tk. tlnu to .....u.Iate Gloria Johnson CocktaOs I

|red scbts wits a long tens farm IncomeTrailer Tenth Grade: Fried Chicken> Sandwiches: .

.has. .Inr Interest rates, wtth ;: ?>: Francina HOI, Evelyn Gall Jackson Recorded' Music Popular Bands: I
Park and five acreson Evelyn Johnson Francis Mr. aad Mrs. WIll WaOaee.rreprleiers .

Federal Land Bank U.S. 27 East. Available l November 1st.1 / Klngcade, Carolyn Pope, Joyce ,
p 1S 2 seres on U.& 27. 190' frontage Scott Vernita Ward, Clyde Black I
with business and excellent
lee er Write man. I ",
W. L HAY living quarters. This is a clean + Eleventh Grade LAWN C VI ,
presentable opportunity; for the 1540'for Albert Bernice Efficient and FriendlyWe '
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Waleald BofldbigBrtaeato persons looking for quality; Grades want Your Business

Florida income. a Lois Henry, Mary Lewis, Katie We 'aim to satisfy: ,;

Acreage Mitchell, Alzora William Ernestine Allen's Lawn Service (j

r Mitchell, Sheave Weekky, Gwen
desirable YCkm24S
central location
Tampa very. Patrick Louise White Dorothy
Tribune 300 acre Ranch. Some In dolyn Elbert Aflea Jr" Proprietor

aid sugar cane, balance In pasture. J. Coleman. \ .n

8 miles South of dewiston. ton E. Sugarland Hwy ,i{ t

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or 10 days, Tommy Earnest, $25 or .credits are available for Clewlston! 'maximum
; ij I White Man's Magic of Mortgaged Home Changing Seminole Indians Way of Life 10 days; Fate Dees, Jr., $25 or I adults, but that arts and crafts is I' been i1l.1ed.reil.trauol1 of l 15

10 days. the only one with the minimumregistration Principal:! Brandon

I The white man's magic again Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEW? dewlston Fla Bible through the leadership of the No valid driver's license: David of 15 students. The I those present Mondaythat' (

Is having an effect on the Se mire Thursday, October 24, 1963 Seminole Tribe. P. Osborne $50 or 30 days; Mer-I class will be taught by Mrs. Margaret were Interested in art ade I

oles. It's moving them from thi Other Indian Affairs personneland lene Pilgrim, $25 or 10 days; Ernest Bare. 15 for sewing: 7 !? trab!
open-sided thatched-roof "chickees' visitors included Eugene Meadows Petrae, ISO bond entreated; The sewing class will be taught I 1yptogandtwotabatrljIt ; : a ,

I into modern new homes. : i of Okeechobee, education I Eugene D. Ham and John S. Sol. by Mrs. Frank Gentry, home economics

i The magic is in form of horn specialist for the Seminole agency,, lazzo, cases dismissed upon proof instructor, whose teachingunit f
construction: loans, at 4% interest comes from the State Home I !
and Mrs Meadows; Glades County of license; Emma Alvin Haynes be itills
may a '
I And, although the mortgaged wig. e Judge James C. Fountain, former warrant issued. Economics department and is separate souvenir stand restaurant; III
warn Is a paleface institution th I from the other units. The I but It the,
Democrat society editor Mrs. Jim Speeding: Kenneth John you a free roll
,Indians themselves are handUnjrthe Hale of Fort Lauder ; le; and vic, $30 or 10 days; Michael Angelo] sewing classes will be held on,thing to do Is of to the dice,the'
from 7:30 until 9:30: make
financing. The agency proViding Mr, nod Mrs. B. P. Abney, of Okee- Cemelll 925 or 10 days; James Monday night .,money-pocket I is slll't
building funds is the Seminole in the Home EC room and the buttoned and
chobee, and Mrs. Mertle Van De Timothy White, $100 bond estreated cut of there. c
Tribe of Florida.
Velde of Lakeport ; Edward Thomas Stephenson,
So far, four concrete
I new There was no hesitation on the $40 bond entreated; Norman Eth-
block home have been built
j' part of his family to moving from ridge Roberts, Walter E. Buck, ( ATURE'S m wllllb
en Brighton Beservation; 20
chickees into their new home, says Bob Ray Comes and Roger Owen
new homes built and 20 re-
Dick Bowers. "The children likeit Wcinenkopf. each $35 bonds es
modeled at Danla, and 10 new "
homes and a recreationbuilding very much. So does my wife. treated full ws
recently erected on And, Bowers didn't retain any re- On drunkennes charges Jonnle a. I
minders of his traditional living Corbit and
the Big Cypress Reser tlon. % Joe Bailey were each
i A picnic featuring traditional quarters. His 2Vi sere homesite is ; fined $25 or 10 days; $25 bonds a
Seminole foods plus such foreign bare of chickees. "We burned 'em" were forfeited by Lester Buster

.J.1 fare as soft drinks, potato salad he said Hicks Ola Moss, Lee Moss, John
and baked beans celebrated occupancy A. Sampson and Floyd C. Carner. 1

I last Saturday of the new ACCEPTS A $200 bond was forfeited by

I est of the Brighton homes. Lawson Harrison Chapman charged
This is a three-bedroom, two- NEW HOME dedicated Saturday at Brighton Indian Reservation Is this with driving while license re- b
'I, bath concrete block home of Tom three-bedroom concrete block building owned by Tom Bowers left. TRACTOR BIDSThe I voked; $100 bond estreated, plus

Bowers, on SR 78 about 15 miles Seen with Bowers are his brother. Dick, Fred Montideoca local Indian confiscation! of weapon, by Alberta
northwest of Lakeport Bowers, agent for the Agricultural Extension Service, and Earl Trychta plant city commission accepted I Richardson charged with carrying
who is a Glades County sheriff's engineer for the Seminole Indian Agency. STAFF PHOTO. the bid of Hendry Tractor Company a concealed weapon.
wife Ada and their I Belle Glade, '"r the purchase -
deputy, his I Thirty-flve dollar bonds forfeited
; n.'J, '' of two tractors, when seal were
two children, Leon and Carol Sue, iJ'\vm! \ JSfV..Fi ; by Ewoodle Sanders
T; .. ed bids were opened at the regular leaving
were hosts to several hundred Seminoles y '" .t fl I I the scene of
plus a number of friends ;" .,., oS 'I .. ':... I r ,' meeting Monday night The second charge an of falling accident to and a "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"
-- 'i' bid 17,220.101 model 41401
was a .
s of the Seminoles and Indian Affairs !ii"! t I : : .
;- ;' : ; James Chester Winn, Improper -,
f" "t. Ford Tractor with loader backhoe --
bureau officials, at the ceremonies rr .., .: ,, r I start
which marked the Bower- 1,'" ,' ,/0 : and flail mower, and 02,683.00'for I

1 see moving from three chlckees : : ;. ,'.\\I';;!'" \ a model 2120f tractor with flail $25 bonds were entreated by Jim. SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION

j into the new building '. ji' ; ; V ,1 '.. mower. Both with trade-Ins of old mie Stuart Smith, Improper tag; Hendry County, Florida
I: 1 : ly IINy \ t. : I Rodney Rush and Frankie! Me-
d A kitchen shower presented f r rilr I city tractors. :
sevenl Items of cookware for ) I : ,\ I .11\ The only other,bidder was Bill's Nealy, each charged with profanIty SAMPLE BALLOT

Mrs. Bowen' gleaming new .. j Equipment and Rentals, Inc. of ; James William Bresett, viola-

I j I cooking faculties, which feature ,;1 Miami, whose equipment was not tion of rightofway.Pleading Held November 5, 1963

I an electric range and refrigerator as specified! in the request for guilty to the charge of

as a part of the bids. The bid for tractor was $6,150 improper start, Jimmie Lawrence
1. Ballot For School Tax Millage Levy-
home construction. Refrigerators I without mower attachmentBids Olden was fined $35 or 20 days.
however aren't a rare on an office billing machine '
f Item among the Brighton residents. received from National Cash Register Adult INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: Indicate by marking an "r
n.Yr t in the after line one whether favor the
Tom Bowers has a refrigerator Company and from Burroughs space ;you proposed
In the reekingchickee Classes Formed mlllage levy which Is necessary for the approved school term.
Business Machines Company were I
If you favor a different mlllage levy write the levy you
: formerly occupied by opened, and referred to City Clerk Over 30 adults were present favor after line two:
I' Mrs. Bowen. and Commissioner Fred Sykes, Monday night for organization! of
Other new homes at the Brighton and recommendation.. adult education classes
for study at the high 1. Estimated
I millage levy required
Reservation Include those occupied :
A letter from Joseph J. Koper- school, with sufficient numbers requesting : for regular term
by Mr. and Mrs. Henry FORMER HOME of Tom Bowen, who Is standing at right was two of ski of the Jacksonville district of- arts and crafts and sewing ((10 mills) ( )

j ,!!'J,1, Gopher, Mr and Mrs. Ollie Jones thatched-roof "chickees", one of which Is risen here This chlckee was fice, U. S. Engineers, stated that to proceed.
and Mi1, and Mrs. Dick Bowers for a kitchen and cooking; another open-tided similar structure servedas he will be In Clewlston on November Supervising principal James E. .
.:.t '- The new homebuilding program living and bedroom facilities. A wooden storage building completedthe 10 for a conference in regard Brandon said that four teaching 2. Other Millage levy ( I

(, ''f ; is a project being carried out by Indian homeslte.-STAFF PHOTO. to planning recreation facilities In''
the various organizations concerned :
-1! with affairs of the Florida Se.i mlnole Indian Agency Bureau of Trychta reports the new the area which may properly be .

I. \. minoles, according to Earl Try Indian Affairs, of the U.S. Department home of Tom Bowen Is would done by the Corps of Engineers
be valued at ,$15,000 In Mi during the construction work on
chin plant engineer for the 5e- of the Interior.
I ( ami. However, the mortgages FCD projects. Mayor Tom Jones :
);,1 r' for home loans at Brightonso said Jack Fry, county chairman of

far have ranged from $9y recreation planning and local /NEWS

I 000 to $10,000. Chamber of Commerce planning for truck owners

I commltee, win be asked to present
The building program among !local requests, and plans to Mr.
I the Florida Seminoles has provided

a municipal-type! ; water systemand Koperski. : who need
sewage disposal system lit Commissioner a F. C.of Slices the city's presented a new one now
Big Cypress, Trychta reports.
financial position in its several
There are some 200 persons living
on the Big Cypress Reservation funds and projects, and cammlssloners Things Chevrolet has developed Chevrolet truck engines-fours, sizes;

l 1 e ; l y in 35 to 40 families, reports. in better agreed financial that position the city at was this tinea the last time you bought to VS',.

ali for Fred the Montadeoca General ,Extension Indian Agent Division time than was anticipated when give you more for your money: Stronger frames. Every conventional
sewage project work was starteda 1964 Chevrolet truck has a ladder-type
in Glades County
(/ The, Brighton homes are supplied few months ago: Work on other I Double-wall construction. This feature frame This type is more resilient, better
with individual wells and projects including electrical Improvement of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetaide able to give with the load and terrain.

septic tanks. There are some 250 and expansion, paving pickup body has two advantages Insulation Its simple design also makes it easier to

Seminoles living at Brighton, projects, the pro shop at the golf and Bound-deadening material is mount special bodies on the truck. Itt
Montadeoca reports. course, extension of water line for I sandwiched between the two layers of riveted side rails are stronger.
Savannah Sugar Refining Corpora steel in the cab to give you more comfort;
Hauls Reservation popula tion end a proposed city hall build.. in the body, the lower Inner wall acts: as Greater model selection. This time
r Iwo ls about 250 persons Log were reviewed. a buffer against load damage preserving you're going to find it simple matter to

1I Trychta says, and they are the outer appearance of the truck. pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck

I : ANOTHER HOME recently completed and occupied Is this one owned provided water by the city Plea Day RecordIn for the kind of work you do. In delivery
by OWe Jones shown here with Us wife and six children. Four concrete with Individual spetlc tanks Suspension to fit the truck. Conventional trucks for instance in addition to regu

j j : block homes have BOW been completed on Brighton Reservation; for the homes. County Court half- and three-quarter-ton modela lar panels and pickups we have eleven

/, ;': 10 new homes have been built on the Big Cypress Reservation, and 20 of the new homes Is Appearing at Hendry County have Independent front suspension with different sizes of ready-made walk-in

i r # ': aew similar-type homes have been built on Hauls Reservation. managed Financing by the individual\ leasing -I. Court Plea Day was Leon Royals variable rate coils in the rear. Variablerate vans, some with full-width rear doors.

:' ", .sp: ____ STAFF PHOTO. his homeslte, for a 25-year : who plead not guilty to a chargeof coils do not"bottom out"as readily. Quality and value. Chevrolets today ,

i IT;:: period, from the Seminole Tribeof driving while Intoxicated and Mediums and heavies have I-beam are a lot more truck than your money

: r Pol hill Pattison Florida. The lease ii renewable was placed under $250 bond until pension with variable-rate leaf springs bought the last time, and yet the price
the next term of county court and
for 25-year periods.A It automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 8 or 0 yean
f. sentenced to two straight days for
chattel mortgage covers the increases-and vice vena. It mean a ago. Call your Chevrolet dealer for information

: : : A of which atl
Clewlston Fair and Livestock a number cattle a better handling truck. .
11 needed for were Ansel L. Dupree, $25
aids in the security
: Show, Inc. will construct .
new and larger rest room facilities homebuilding financing. The right engine. Chevrolet never has rL
I Ion the Fair Grounds before the The foods are provided bya been in better position to give you the zrl e

: (opening of the 1964 fair. Directorsmet revolving. credit fond administered My room4Js Just type and size you need for maximum r

I j Did You Know? Tuesday night and authorizedthe by the Indian Agency, efficiency. Today then are many different 1
and I
committee composed of Ernie In cooperation with the Federal dreamy, capacities of gasoline and dieael Quality trucks always cost I less! uv u
Bureaa of Indian Affairs of the
Miller, John Corbin and Bob
Yon can get ,Adams to negotiate the contract Department of Interior. did ft myselfl"ROLLATIX'I' uR

I' : ; Bar-B-Q to GO! :for construction! of the new facility Among ,officials present for the 1964 CHEVROLET TRUCKSTelephone
estimated to cost $2.800. ceremony was Doyce Waldrip superintendent
I I The directors again discussedthe of the Seminole Indian
Old South Offers k
need for a fair manager and Agency Hollywood; and the

II asked Frank Polhill, county agent Rev. Bill Osceola Hollywood
I Chicken Catfish who has resigned from that position Waldrip briefly welcomed those

II to take the Job this season. present, and in a brief statement
'( .:\ Polhill said he would be unable to I, declared he was bunting with d dtl
Rib Dinners I give the time needed for this Job :: pride at these accomplishments" f

for a month or longer but he volunteered which be said had been made pos-
I to work without pay for
,'t y Packaged to gol the entire week of the fair. Dave

Pattison also volunteered a week's
f Seconds if .
: < you work without pay. Both of these

i Come in and place your men have been active In the fair
(Polhill served as president! ) and
, \, order or the directors named them co-man- '

I agers for 1964 fair ,

: Phone'YU 2-9322 \
I : FOR SALE: One 35-ft Spartan i

house trailer with two aluminum i
1 and your order will be I
1 I :1 prefab cabana rooms, 10's28' on I
f choice lot 526 Central Avenue.
when arrive. r
1 ready you
j i; Phone YU 27494. ItcLet's

i i j ,1 ) j I Go Bowling this weekend FREE EVERY 2nd CAN YOUR

I I, .e alto(.r

r 't Plenty of lanes available for open bowling yourChavralet track
MC.StoreAI : desk about of
''g' I at'all time, Friday, Saturday; Sunday, Monday .... any type

t ) all days and all evenings.

fJ ; I'' MIKE BEANTLET wh left last Fuller's "Chuck" Wells
weekend for Jacksonville, where Motor Co.lne.PLone .
: ae Is stationed by the UJJ. Navy.
on Monte 80 South of Belle Glade Mike Country Store
I I"fs I recently completed boo ,

4 4 training at Great Lakes dewistoa Phone TO 1-3381 YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. Cle