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 31, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Mill Started Tuesday. .

Sweetest Town"

Sugar HarvestIs VOLUME 38 NUMBER 44 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 31, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec I4SJ, PJt Subscription $4.00 year

Underway -Superintendent Employment Method At Stake .

I The biggest harvest 1ft the bur- Coop transportation- k handled by Ti TiiTix Urgent Issues Face

i sugar industry got off to.mooth motor vehicles while US. Sugar's .
start this week when chief method of transportation is ire
Of began work by railroad cars. i

onday w. morning on U.s. Sugarmroorstlon Business picks in the
up Everglades -
fields. when the sugar season Voters on Tuesday
Under sunny sties the cane cutters ,- starts. The added payrolls are a
loaded trainloads of cane great incentive to -
,Uch were transported to the boosts the economy of the area. ; :: 11I Although there are no candidates WHERE TO VOTE election of the school: of fee
and B r 7 a n t Sugar
diwiston on the ballot, an election which is county will be held. Only freeholders -
jouse s for their start of grinding very Important to he immediate Voting Hearst 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. vote In this election. The

orations Tuesday. Alumni Urged To future of Florida will be held next Precinct It Sum Garage school board has asked the county
Both mills had undergone their / Tuesday to levy 10 mills for general school:
wjttae overhauls during the summer I/ w An Intensive campaign to create Precinct <: Annie Nail borne purpose.
the field equipment Sooth Clewbtoo"
months; Return Nova 8th interest in the election and to in- There Is a blank on the ballot
stock was also putjuough Precinct 7: City Hall
wd rolling form the public of the issue to be in which freeholders may write in
the annual renovations, it13 voted on has been conducted at all Precinct Everglade Maeonle any figure they desire for the mm.

and the harvest operation started For j"FOUR levels of government In the state Halt, Harlem age. ((10 mills is the maximum
uti the smoothness which has Homceoming for several weeks Precinct It Kelly Tractor Co. permitted by law)
eked the operations of U.s.
Mar Corporation for years. An extra effort to entice alumnito Three amendments are before Each of the issues on this ballot

The corporation has 44,429 return to Clewbton High School the people: These items will all be on the is important to Florida and to

ores of its own cane and 8,411 for Homecoming i being made this ((1)) to change election schedule ballot for the statewide special Hendry county Citizens have had

eyes for independent growers, year by the student body at the in the Mate io the governor election in which all qualified ample opportunity to be informed
.uder contract The growers have school. The. Student Council whichBpoDlOl" end cabinet members are registered voters take part. on the questions involved and

Iso started their harvesting, and Homecoming has asked elected in what is now considered At the same time and polling should be able to cast intelligent

torn now until the crop ends in the Beta dubs to take over the WAY TEST CTTT" Hoping .. make Clewbton the "off-year" election places the regular biennial mlllage ballots next Tuesday

Hay there will be a steady stream At Home for alumni which will known as a Four-Way Teat City Campbell E. Nail Rotary project Le. the election: la which the

:,f cane flowing, to the sugarousel. be held prior to the game. chairman present the tint ef some S0> plscqnes aWning national president is not chosen Tiger Football Co-Star
All alumni of the school are invited the teat to Mayor T. H. Jones Jr. The placque Is now hong In ((2)) to permit Issuance of I I .

Both CleW lton and Bryant Sug- to the At Home (from I to 7 the city hall to help remind aU resident and visitors' to be FAIR state bonds now to provide for

jr !Houses operate on 24 hour alay in the High School library) and to and JUST and to make their every speech and deed somethingthat the needs of higher' educationin

basis, and shut down only. for the dance In the gymnasium following will be BENEFICIAL to aU concerned.-STAFF FHOTO. the next few years, when

Irlitmas Day.Glades the game. the need will be acute, due to .,

County Start 'This year the Homecomingwill Four-Way Test Placques ; population burgeoning.

especially" honor the Claa*. ((31) to permit Issuance of
Glades County Sugar Groversooperative es of 1833. 1M3. 1153. and 19(3. bonds for recreation-money to
: Association starts its Beta members have been busy Are Given By RotariansRotary be used to purchase: land for rWli.

perations next week on a schedle trying to get current mailing outdoor parks and recreationareas

; similar to U.S. Sugar's; field addresses for these ete naL If Club of dewlston has place to live at they strive to follow for public use, to be repaid

arrest operations will start onfuesday you are an alumni or have an Initiated a move to make Oewis- the Creed.,Thi. is our hope from fees, etc. already en- ..
and the mill starts grind alumni m your family will yon ton one of several "four Way Test' and expectation for Clewbton," acted.

n| operations on WedDe da). This please mall your current address cities in the nation Carl Hornaby, said Kail. la will ,
Retry county voter
.000 ton mill is located between to Beta Club Clewfatoa resident, and Campbell E. Nail, So Clewbton 1s becoming a cityin also. rr
express or -
and Moore Haven ands
Hewlston which citizens are doing a notable
High School Clewbton. Ha. project chairman are heading a
of a proposal to make
owned by a cooperative of sug- team of Rotarians distributing the part in building good will
the office of school superintendent
>r cane growers. It ground a sue- handsome 4-Way Test placques to and cementing friendships throughout
:essful harvest last year in its Services every business places in the com the world-the work is for all appointive by the
Today school board, rattier than elective.
art of operation despite the
year munity. citizens; it is not limited to Ro
lazard of freezing weather First presentation was made to tarlans, and the local club members .
Host of Glades County SuarBroward's For Percy Roland Mayor Tom Jones Jr., for displayIn hope their Four Way Teat r

Funeral cervices will be held the City Hall President More placques will point the way Funival
of the Chamber of
for Bishop
Percy Roland at two o'clock
Unit this afternoon at Hi Haven Baptist Commerce, received the second Fireworks Flash HENRY BOWDEN, offensive star SMUTT FOLHHX, defensively

Church with the Rev. H. V.. placque as the program was in YoungstersThe star. of the Tiger 13-7 victory played his. best gam*-of the sea*

Turner officiating itiated. ever Jupiter averaged '.1 yard son and was selected by the
Will Give XRaysIn This week Rotarians are presenting AMther tn'a eerie of ....-
Mr. Roland died in the local per carry Jn 17 attempt and was Tiger coaching staff as eo-ster ef
every business with a tending aatf-ttme pi..DII traditional Hallowe'en frolic
elected center of the game. the game.-Staff Photos.
hospital early Tuesday morning. [placque: to be displayed in a potV was .eaUored Jsr she MOe plea. will be enjoyed this year a* the '. .. .
Hendry'County after* hngthy UlBeisr Ha w.*..T ton.where fcVia be-- most easily ..,..* 4Md >'_jsJW :...c... J'aJi'GTouodt'BlsblblLBuuding' Warriors A Ucalped'--- for First Time f't: :.,:-
years of age seen by employees and customers Field., V thanks to the sponsoring 1.JoI1I'Club. ,

A A native of Alachua: county be I,alike. The band perforated eutstandlsly.i .. who took over with the entertainment ....'

dwt Mobile X.Rays X-Ray of aQ citizens Unit to will free betaught lad been a resident of the Clew "Rotarlans believe the words of In spite 'ef the absence after the PTA dropped Tiger Defense Stops Powerful Jupiter
bton area for 23 years and was the Four Way Test form a sort of ef drum major Billy Ferry the annual Hallowe'en Carnival r I
to November
Hendry County on an employee of the U.s. Corps of creed which should guide us in who Is Ill daring' the marching at school

nude Monday 22 and 23 by,according local representative to plans Engineers. He was a member of our everyday living If everyone portion ef the program The The. Funival caters to the younger Eleven 137 3 TD's Nulified by Penalties

of the Tubercuteli fit Haven Baptist Church. In the world would follow this lights were toned eat. and the children: and has the usual fun- ; ,
Hendry County
Survivors are his wife Mrs. creed In their every action and majorettes twirled "fire baton m.k1nIflah ponds dart
and Health Association and The dewiston Tiger massed pad back and bit Alberto MorreUdown
Jim Susie Roland, two sons Robert F. speech, the world would undergo *" while fire works were throws, apple bobbing and numerous
Conner, a representative of yards and yards, had three touchdowns the center with a perfect
of Moore Haven and Philip D. of a revolution,-and for the better discharged en the west end of other types of entertainment .
Broward County association. called back and defensed pass and Morrell rambled), on to the
Clewlston and Orlando AFB. one aid Hornsby. the field. under the direction: of Eugene Fuller
the previously undefeated Jupiter goalMne untouched' for a 53-yard:
The X-lay Unit will be at the daughter Mrs. Dorothy M. Mooreof "The Creed asks only that we The band is presently working recreation director. Warriors into submission 13-7 in pass-run play. The point after fail

Nmmber 22, and at the BAB Orlando one brother William make every word and action be for their heaeoomhig program Food booths are under the leadership a thrilling game on Cane Field ed. ,u'

aartet. Clewbton om Friday Roland, of Delray Beach and four truthful and fair. It is a little en November I, wader of John CorbIn and"Richard: Friday night (Continued on Page Eight) ,. t
Nmmber 22 sisters, Mrs Ruby Lawrence and to ask, wrongdoingwould the direction of bandmaster and I
and at theB ABHiting thing ;yet Phelps the additional spaceat An estimated 2,000 fans watchedthe
M Nell McLaughlin of Indian- be eliminated If Jack Scott. Mr*. Bob Adam, a
ta LaBelle em BatWUy Mrs quickly evel''ODl the Exhibit Building is expectedto Tiger gain a total of 318 yards, '
November' 23. Boors en town. Mrs. Doris Simmons Stuart used this guide. We know former Majorette at the Unlverstty relieve congestion experienced' 253 on the ground and 85 via the Tiger "B" Squad

bets" dan are tress 12 noon to and Mrs Lola Pollock. Immokale everyone will not follow this guide .. Miami, has been aa- last :year. I air route while the visitor heralded ] .
<,... but we do believe that the majority slating the majorettes with Costumes are encouraged though
offensive was held to 77 To Moore Haven
of people will improve their re- their routine, and fan hare power \
Interment will be in Rldgelawn there will be no parade. The Funi.
the and 2
yards ground only by
The Mobile Unit which is coming Cemetery with Paulson Funeral ations with others and will make been treated .. exceptionally val it echeduled to start at I and on 1 .
i is i owned and operated by the Bra Home In charge. our community and nation a better fine hall-Urn program. will last until 6 p.m. passing. For Game TonightAssistant
ward_ County Health Department Until midway the second: quarter

sad ae Broward County; TubercuV" both teams punched away in Coach Ernie Hill win

i and Health Association.Broward the line mounting no serious carry a 21 man squad to Moors
Boat-o-Caders 'Clewiston Sweetest'mouth threats. However'' with less than Haven to face the rampaging Terriers
lime County Commisslmers Says three minutes remaining in the in a Clewlston B and Moon

have authorized the unit half, the Warriors gambled), on a'' Haven vanity: squad game, there

to be sent to Hendry County; and fourth down with m fake kick and tonight (Thursday).
the uoclation is helping to organize Scorning rumors of shallow for the crown. Mrs. ROM exclaimed of the river where due to at the dinner by Mayor Tom were topped. On the first down' The Terrier are riding along on

1 the pre-vliit publicity.: The streams and threatening hurricanea with surprise when her name lack of rainfall and the Interference Jones, who said they solved their quarterback Mike Mazzlna drop a six game winning streak after

uwdatlon in Broward County. is Jolly sprightly crowd of 300Boatacaders was announced: "Gee thanks, butI of dredging operations, there biggest problem this trip when I resuming football to the hit time I
Wiring the posters and X-Ray came down the Klsslmmee am a grandmother! is hardly a navigable channel JelL they turned back the hurricane in seven years. They crushed a I
ID cards and wm furnish filmstrJp River to Clewbton last She is indeed a grandmother.Her Boatmen had ,trouble along the which was threatening off Cape Fashion Note larger Fort Pierce Catholic school

and educational movie for Friday for one of the finest cruises daughter Mrs. Irvin Matthewsand route here to find water enough Canaveral at starting time. team 4-0 !in Fort Pierce Saturday :
an varieties efeostame
tile publicity! work prior to the in the 14 year history of the Klsalmmee her doctor husband, have two to float their boats. A few years Moye; Bishop president of the were at the afternoon and are heavy favorites
vISIt The Broward Health Boatecsde. children. But Mrs. ROM and her ago, some of these same men and derision Chamber of Commercealso Everglades to
County; defeat the Baby Tiger tonight
dinner at the EOs Club wheat
Department is X- Clew- smiling husband had more fun boats found so much water in the welcomed the to Clew.
lumping the And as usual, they voted group the Beetaeadera here U It Is emphasized that this will be
8 the tricky Journeydown river they could not find the bank wore
than on
V technician "sweetest" anyone Mica wished them
and the film which bton's royal welcome the a pleasantvisit dewiaton's "B" squad and not
interested la
river that sometimes and their boat floated yea are appropriate
will 1 a was over here
be used the and a sate
to make me X.Rays thing that happened on voyage on eotnanM Junky Varsity; or Junior high team
you'll enjoy,
m Beadry hardly there. "We'd never have fences Into the pasture. That' the remainder of the trip.A. .
County.: trip.. knowing: that Jan lieu, ef Or as has been generally mlsunder- !
made it if Jan hadn't helped push why the boatacade 1* such fun C Ellison exalted ruler of
Local workers win be enrolled Starting about 11 o'clock Friday the boat said Mr. &.I. He referred they explain. the Elks: Lodge, welcomed the land, were a navy knU short- stood. Boys competing Thursday I
** Pteviilt campaign and to a- morning the boats began dropping to 'the stretch near the The Boatacaders were greetedBOATACADE group to the dinner and invited sleeved pullover shirt sad white night win not be allowed to dress
die at the Mobile anchor at the Clewbton waterfront them deck pant when he came for out F.rJda7111jht in Avon Park. I
UnIt the days
on upstairs for
dancing in the
d Ita visits In the and each received a wet lodge room while ward to receive the erewa a* HiD has named the following probable j
county. a' live orchestra
come from the Chamber of Com furnished queen ef the Bota.a4*. The starting line-up to tonight's
members 'devoted music and a television garnet 'Frank Robertson LE Earl I
merce whose set was awarded was even mote effectIve ;
most of the day to assisting the the evening to John at the close of when. her hosband joined Forshee, LT; Timmy Weaver, 1X3; !
Teach your Youngsters visitors. Transportation was fur Gulf distributor at Moore Walker ..... Ho too, was dressed In James Rudd Cs; David Carlton, '
nlahed when needed and visitorstheme who held the winning Haven navy" pullover and white. deck RG; Mike Miller RT; Pat Baldree,

traffic found the hospitality and Mrs. Ruby Davis of number. panto, and a handsome eoopletheymadei RS; L. W. Howard QB; Seth How.
safety bowers refreshing after a former Boatacade Klssimmee aid LH; Jimmy Nelson, RH; and ,

night! of camping and two days of the crown on the new Queen Queen., placed Eddie Sammy Lang FB. I

Mating Chamber Crosby, of Clewlston, was ma.ter : .
WEAR svgtkgI V. R. Beardsley was of ceremonies, and the Boat I
chairman for local arrangements: Something to Think.About
acaders received :
Fred Baker staffedthe a briefing on the .
Mr. and next
ass Journey to Indlantown
information booth. and the from President Moore The Clew1aton Rotary Club ls 5llvln' us SOMETHING TO ''

Elks Lodge took Everglades over arranges Dinner. Several inboard boat, who THINK ABOUT in a project to spread the precepts of Rotary In-

ments of the entertainment : were too large to come down the ternational Into our everyday dealings In business and community
evening's ;
and river this;year came to Clewlston life.
300 persons .14I
I 9
Approximately on trailers to make the rest of the The Club .Is
served at the dinner and seven I presenting every In the community
persons were refunded their tickets The trip lake with the group on Saturday I with a neat, colorful placque bearing the Rotary Emblem and I A

.when the chicken One man sod diner corn weather was was perfect mirror, smooth and several; the underneath It the words of Rotary's: Four-Way Test: .
were 't.f: ( d boatmen considered the cruise the THE FOUR WAY'TEST
got berejUteand
complained three ears .tt1Yt finest ever. of the things we think say or do
only tad ar: .:
1 .' .+ r "In fact U Hurricane Clnny
and enthusiastic '. ... I "y j4i
genuine -
DARK There was when Boatacade ; lad not scared some of the group first Is It the TRUTH? ,
applause from Martin Aircraft plant '1,ii', ," .'.. II
Jr. announced away ,
President 1C. C. Moore.of Mrs. Jan QUEEN AND HEX HUSBAND Mrs. Jan from the trip we would have had ** second II Is it FAIR to all concerned: ? '.J', ', ,. i

the selection Bostecade Boa, sad hubby Kenneth. Orlando, pee* smilingly after inn .... to easy 100 boats come down the 'third '" ,
GtyofClewistonPolice ROSS of Orlando as makes was ........ a* queen W the 14th KlMbnmee BeaU.aa>. toCtewbton river this ;year," said President Will it build GOOD WILL .

Queen. A secret committee of'sportsmanship Friday...'". Tile war the third beataesde fr theBes Moore. There were 100 boats and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? ... 1.-:
the selection and on cooperation the basis and an who are (.... porvnte to the tw. sons el Dr. sad Mrs. 'which stayed away on account of fourth Will It b*> BENEFICIAL to ',\ '

Department women boatecaders are eligible Irvin Matthews, Orlaado -OTATF PHOTO. the storm he jald. all concerned: I


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age Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fla University as a member of Navy
Thursday, October 31, 1963 unit under a stepped up program -
to meet wartime conditions. Sgt Off. 8C'13SSBe.

: Proposed Amendments to Florida's Mrs.Conrad Fred Clark Topper visited and his M. C.mother Doke, I .. \'t -jsn

was home from Camp Devans,

[1 I ;I ConstitutionSPECIAL Mass.Rev. David C. Hancock arrived Thurmond W.
from Kewanee, El., to become minister _

ELECTION. NOVEMBER 8, 1961 FT of the Community Church. "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"

Analysis by rhunnond Knight Realty Inc.
: TEN YEARS AGO orriccBox
League of Women Voters of Florida .
(From Clewiston News ease. Rlvtera Bouk. 2010 AYtQut
I VOTERS-Know the amendment before voting! October 2*. 1963) went Plm Reach ...rt.. RlYIerQ !
i The following information includes an analysts of the proposed amendments John S. Taylor became Chief of Boock
I I and a brief summary of pro and con positions which may be Police of dewiston and C. J. Neil-
useful to you in reaching a decision. sen became city Judge. -
I ,! Cane cutting' for the 1953-54 season .
AMENDMENT NO. 2 InstantHunter's
I began October 25.
i 'r OF HIGHER LEARNING-Art. XII added section we'en Carnival on the school

I If approved, this amendment would authorize the issuing of bonds to ...--- grounds following a costume par/

provide funds for capital outlay (such projects as constructing and ..... .... ,. > ade.Mrs. Insurance
equipping buildings) at universities, junior colleges and certain vocational i ;;iJ W.; P. Jernlgan and Mrs. !
j technical schools. The projects to be paid for by proceeds from 'I<" ,.'. 1II.1\t\IIF. \ J. W. Ezelle visited their daughters -
the bond sales must be authorized by a 3/5 vote in each house of the ) tm.Ji1 Mary Eleanor Jernlgan. and '
legislature. The legislature has already approved a detailed list of THE PAY-OFF. OWEN IUGGLNS, BOATACAbE PIONEER. Emma Jane Ezelle at the University Short Term Accident Policy
projects. Of these, f7S.000.000 worth may be undertaken if this OFFERED A THREE TO ONE BET at the Everglades Dinner at of Florida in Gainesville.
I amendment is approved by the voters. the Elks Club Friday night that no one could find four men who Kitty Keen a University of Tam minimum, $5,000 coverage for 3 days
f The technical arrangements for the proposed bond issues include the were on the original boiticide 14 years are. Fred Baker took pa student, was home tor the week ,
f following provision: the bet found not four but five men, and collected his IJ.OO.STAFF end.The costs $1.00

( a ; For 50 years, beginning January 1, 1964, gross receipt taxes wil ,- PIIOTO. Tigers defeated the Vero
t. 1 be placed in a trust fund. This fund will be used as the basis for Beach Indians in a hard fought
issuing the bonds and the source for repaying them. a way to keep the fungus from recurring 31-26 victory In Vero.
The State Board of Education will be In charge of issuing the bonds,, A bridal shower at Sugarland
supervising the trust fund and turning over funds for authorized i I I'm stalemated. how about Park Auditorium honored :Miss
projects I (i) Sonny Sez you mentioning it to the commission Peggy Jo Smith. BeardsleyNashInsurance

/( The State Board of Administration is named as the fiscal agent ol .(John Corbjjg, Dan McCarthyand
the State Board of Educations Fred Sikesfln Clewiston) .
Maximum interest allowed on the bonds will be 4%''%. Tuesday, November 5 is a rather but be prepared** a little opposi PIZZASugarland
I Maximum time between issuance and maturity of the bonds Is 30 Important day for the voters of lion. Agency
I years. Florida and especially Hend-y -Sl-
I {Bonds cannot be sold by the State Board of Education at less than County. While the amendments Probably among the most embarrassed PharmacyYU Phone YU 2-7501 Clewutm

I 98% of par value. *,. _' probably will not draw a record fisherman Sunday was NEW OFFICE HOURS: > AM. to I
Bonds must be sold at public. sale after public advertisement. vote, the future of Florida will be the fellow who, lost his boat in 2-3311 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS PJL
Detailed provisions aril made lor the amount of bonds which may be greatly affected by those votes the middle of Pasadena Avenue.
issued in relation to the amount of gross receipt taxes collected. cast. It seems the boat,slipped from his
I No more than $50,000,000 of bonds may be authorized, in any future There Is a great deal to be said, trailer but was*Quickly replacedand
biennium except by 2/3 vote in each house of the legislature. both pro and con for the three was gone before names couldbe
PRO-Florida must meet the need for college facilities which is crest Constitutional Amendments and of added to the incident.
ed by the rapidly expanding college population. This bond issue course the appointment or electionof -s.-
would make it possible to provide buildings! and equipmentwhen the school superintendent Voters Chief Wendell Whaley notes that DOES ITAGAIN
they are needed, but would spread the cost over a long should study the proposals there have been 109 accidents in
period of time. To postpone construction would entail greater prior to going to the polls. The important the City of Clewiston. with one
Y cost at a later date when building costs probably would be high thing is to vote .vote as fatality. The largest portion being

I ere The amendment includes extensive safeguards to make you please but please votes caused by careless driving, as evident !
sure that the financing is efficiently handled. by the city court docket. He
i CON-If these bonds are issued more taxes would be required to take Carlos Dickey rendered a previously also calla attention to ,the increasing
the place of the gross receipt taxes In the general revenue fund un-thoughtof possibility at DWI cases made and urges
i. t2: and to meet the expenses of operating the new college buildings I the Rotary meeting Monday, in residents to observe the adage .
after they are constructed. Borrowing is more expensive that if a group of freeholders declined if you drink don't drive. RoseoRamaSALE
in the long run than to pay-as-you-go. Some of the proposed to approve the "automatic" -a-
projects could be postponed or scaled down. 10 mill levy for school operation, There are two exceptionally

our schools could be closed fot large holes in front of IIendry General
;t rM' AMENDMENT NO. :3 I Ij' the lack of funds. Or by the same which have been described as
+ token, the levy could be increased swimming pools, physical therapy
,/ ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR OUTLOOR RECREATION AND NATURAL above the anticipated amount ned- baths and fish ponds .actually

1 RESOURCES CONSERVATION IX, added section they are house trees I think.
This amendment, if approved, would permit the issuing of bonds to ed.Rather than take a chance on
I I j provide funds for purposes of outdoor recreation and natural resources any hanky-panky, property owners
1 conservation. The Outdoor Recreational Development Council would (freeholders) should accept therecommendation t II II II lis II' 1 i .
I I I be allowed to Issue bonds or other evidences of Indebtedness to acquire and "X" the- 10

:lands, water area's and related resources-: .and to construct capital,m- mill levy. *- I If s History Now j
1', "
I''I i provements and facilities thereon. -Sl-
,,''' The Land Acquisition Trust Fund, created by the 1963 Legislature,
While the number of Boataca-
would be used to back the bonds. The legislature is to designate the THIRTY YEARS AGO Nov. 2
ders was smaller than in previous Saturday
(From Clewkton News Only
r ray revenue or tax sources to be deposited in this fund. The legislaturemay
1 years, the press clippings were
October 27. 1933)) ,
impose restrictions! ; on the Issuance of the bonds Including fixing
equally as large and complimentary '
," maximum Interest rates and discounts. P. O Poche, superintendent of
''PRO-Now is the time to acquire recreation areas and conserve nat- as in previous years. The meal sugar mill at Clewiston died in a
was a sell-out and the dance was
ufaXpesources: for the public before the desirable and needed West Palm Bench hospital after six
enjoyed the most according: 'to NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT
days of illness.
0' sites become too expensive or too difficult to purchase. This is dewlstonltes who
1 j I a situation where money spent now may save much greater expense casion. planned the oc- Clewiston area carpenters organized
I r.I later. as a local chapter of Independent .
w -
"j CON-The Land Acquisition Trust Fund may be used now to conserve -- Carpenter's. Association -
.. Mrs. Ronnie (Betty) Roth' has as a protection against "showbirdcarpenters' l
NJ: natural resources and purchase recreation areas on a pay. -
you-go basis Deficit financing is expensive. The amendment begun her duties as the new policewoman coming in far the I > Crimson Glory
', _, financial at the school crossing plush season
does not include detailed provisions to assure proper
*. arrangements. While there have been no accidentsat U. S. Engineer darftamen in the
: the ,elementary crossing, we Qewlston office prepared plans f' Eclipse
; must thank the Man upstairs be- for small dwellings which were r
AMENDMENT NO. 1 cause a large number, of local sent to the Jacksonville Engineer:

L ELECTION DATES OF STATE OFFICERS Art IV, Sec. 2 and 20 drivers' fail to heed the red STOP office'for approval. It was under- Editor
; t This amendment, if approved would provide'for the governor and cab sign. Te new "officer"'will direct: stood that the government' would McFarland
'i inet officers to be elected'm' even-numbered, non-presidential! election traffic which school patrol: members build some house* for' Engineer

,.years* At present these'officials '(governor, secretary of state attorney -, are not allowed to do personnel on the Lake project
'" and thus will eliminate the extra Fred McKenaie of Lakeland
't j .general, comptroller, treasurer, superintendent of public Instruction Floradora
I long waiting periods for Children brought two bI,.. draglines to the
:: and commissioner! of agriculture) are elected! at the same time as
.the President of the United States: to cross the street.,. ..and.she can area to start work on the Atlantic -
''The change in election dates would be accomplished by having the give you a ticket too. Dredging Company's contract Talisman
t ., governor and cabinet officers, elected in 1964, serve two year terms. -Sl- for five miles'of!evet.
I .From 1986 onward, 'these officials would be elected for four year terms After mentioning the need of Mr. and Mrs. George Royal
I 1t 'The governor elected for a two year term In 1964, would be eligible cleaning the ioepital roof in type moved from Couth Bay to Clewis r Blaze Climber
I f :for reelection: in 1966. From 1966 onward the governor would not decided to venture forth to Individuals ton.
1 'be eligible for re-election for the next succeeding term. of: <(the hospital commission, Miss Pauling Scarborough of
j u r '' PRO-State-wide. elections deserve the full,attention of the voters and suggesting it be done. The first million and 0. P. McArthur of 'And Others
r. should not be confused by the distraction of national elections member approached noted he,was dewUtoo were 'married in Bran r
I\ 1' .,i occurring at the same time. The present system creates long for it and, bad hade the motion son.
""' 4' I : and difficult ballot in presidential years and offers so few contests several times at hospital meetings.
r :-i la off-years that voters lose interest The proposed change However the conversation with the TWENTY TEAKS: AGO
I p ,'; would encourage a better informed and more active electorate second member of the commission ,(From Clewbtna.. Newt 2 Year Old Field Grown
in both, state and national elections. met with entirely different results October 29. 1M3) ,
j I ":CON The proposed change in election dates would separate state can-. .. ", be noted the column and M. H. Sharpe;. vocational agriculture -

,' j ."., dilates from national party platforms and candidates. Candidates thought I wu spear-beading. a' teacher, gave a talk oo Hybrid Tea Rose Bushes 39tPeace
I at state:and national levels should be able to work together "volunteer" organization' to scrub canning of fruits and vegetables '
: ,.0" share,responsibility and help each other. Also, it .would the root. I ,quickly Informed him I' .t the Garden Club meeting at the Rushed Fresh To You I
'cause unnecessary: expense and interruption }In state.governtnent negatively and encouraged him to' Community Center. .e
I .y : a ",.( 'to have' the governor and cabinet officer,elected in,1966as second: the motion the next time it'I Sgt. LeRoy Hare left for SaltLake
jp. -'. ,the two year ,term would require.' was made, to which he answered City after: a visit home. W.
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Junior Church Choir Vann and Mrs. Audle Books, who Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three ,
served refreshments of I I 'Thursday, October 31. 1983 I
Halloween I\i\ punch
; cookies and candies. '
party, held SaturdAY Scratch Individual Came
A at the Parish House, was : I France Carlin ..__ 180 ,
night members of the Junior the group enjoyed: Youths Enjoy Hike d" y Mary: Evans ....??.....-.........-. 167 '
lltoytd by games, bobbing
Community for apples and Jackie Byrd; ..._._.__._ 144
ftte of the ltories. There exchanging ghost Members of the Baptist Intermediate Jenny Hendry: .........?_.._?_?_. 144
Church.( and prizes for were game prizes Sunday School classes enjoyed : I : Helen mite .........._._..__ 144
Hallowe'en Brenda
Ice | typical letting Herring and Ronnie : a hike to the ridge and a Handicap Individual Series
prizes for "most like Hooks won the picnic supper Monday: night 47 : Mary: Evan ..,??.....-....._ 579
Jonell Hallowe'en"costumes boys and girls attended. t Frances Carla .......- ... 832
Sugarland Pharmacy Hooks, the prize
for prettiest girls costume and Adults accompanying them were ; Jenny Hendry __ 517
John Brown, the prize for most Mrs. R. M. Davidson, Melvin Keen Scratch Individual Series
PIZZAYU comical boys costume. Jr., Mrs. Carl Thomas, Mrs. B. R. France Carla ..___ 484

Sponsors foe CarUn, Mrs. Bonnie Brasher. Mrs. Mary: Evan .......................un..... 465
2-3311 James the party were :Mrs T. W. Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. R. I h Helen Elate ..__.. -.,?,?_-??. 432
Younkman. Mrs. Abner E. Waldron.

Clewiston Church Glade AH Type Roofing.< aMt ant Co.

Directory Sheet Metal Work:
New Conitnctf *f

208 North Atlantic Street Highway 720 312 8. Pacific Arena Phone 2-7111
Phone YUkon 21811Clewiston. Rev. Vic Turner Pastor Rev. Joe Coleman
Florida 9:4J a.m.-Sunday: School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday; School Day *r Evenings
Larkin L. Connolly 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service COACH WILSON RICKS. right *f the Jupiter Warriors P. O. BM 1X41CLEWISTON.
Rev. 6:45: p.m.-Training Union 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship with his hand en klpa and a moat dejected look en his face FLA.
Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 7:30: p.m. 8.00: ,.m.-Evening Worship Wednesday: : ....derif what happened .. his high. speed team which .w.. :
Weekday: Mass, 7:00: a.m. Wednesday: I 7:30: p.m.-Prayer: Service U ealy 77 yards by the dewlste Tiger The caches ... ,
Holy Day: Mass 7:00: p.m. 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday: : ttag mhWleW?aft r the game and.Tiger. Ceaeh Je Bandy eatherbedding"I
Confession Saturday tram 4 to 5, 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor wen be ..,..., "," I'm glad that game is behind ...". :
sod 7 to 8 p.m. 407 Royal Paint Arena ._. .y.

CLEWISTON-' ASSEMBLY Henry: H. Ford. Minister COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL gratulations! Junior .
THE 9:45: ..m.-&mdar: School HOLDOS8' CHURCH I :>0
OP GOD Football a 236 game won the free were $139.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Sect dewbtea Flag
F. Kbnbrel. Pastor I
lanes 11:00: a.m.-Nuriery: in tIN Parish Rev J. R. Taylor Pastor
Sunday: Rouse 10:00: a.m.-Sunday: School By. WOODY CAKRUTHERS Sofa Bed and
Sunday 0:00.
p.m.-Weitmlniter J'eDow11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Adult Worship! 11:00: shipWednesday 7:45: p.m.--Sunday Evangelistic: The Jet continued: to hold fin Chair
Youth! Worship.! 11:00Prayer : : Service.Wednesday plaCe honors la'the Midget! League Matching
Hour. 7:09: 7:30: p.m.--Choir Practice : last week Si they: added two more W Turquoise fabric
Evangelistic Rally 7:30 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service wins to their undefeated string. Nobody "
Tuesday: : CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Friday: : seem to be able to atop :Mike with extra ana covers
Orchestra Practice 7:00: APOSTOLIC FARH 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Kehoe as he keeps on adding $109.50Reduced
Wednesday: Soave Oewbtoa touchdowns to'his collection.
Christ' Ambassadors. 7:45: Bra Luther Dixon. Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST The Tigers took over god placeas $10.00 weekly
10:00: a.m.-Sunday: School 301 South Central Anne the Chargers suffered two defeats ..
It it time 'ffl, until sold.
a.m.Preaching Earl Arnold Minister causing a third place tie with
IK E. Ventura Aver Tuesday: : Sunday: : the Rebel. The} Rebels win have Custom draperies and traverse

I,(5 a.m. Sunday: School 7:30: p.m. Prayer: Meeting 10.00: a.m.-Bible School a much stronger team now that 407 ; reds
Friday 11:00 Free esUmatesVan
: : : a.m.-Worship
U:00 a.m.-Morning Service 7:30: p.m.Young People's Meeting 7:00: p.m.-Worship
143: p.m.-Training UnionS
Service Wednesday: 0:45: A.M. Bible : Cothern's ,
;:00 p.m.-Evenlnt _
7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotlouand \\IIJI :
: ST.MAXTOrS CHURCH Bible Study Custom
\o.m.-otfIcer.: and Teachers (Episcopal) : :-
Meeting 207 North Pacific FIRST METHODIST CHURCH uF YU 2.5331ITh4.L
100 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service The Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar 331 W. Oseeola Avenue David Ellington:! and Greg Miller I
Sunday Services: Rev. David A. Denslow, Pastor have been added to their line-up.!
145 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 9:45: a.m.-Church School Miller scored both touchdown, one
10.30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00: a.m.-Morning service in the last few seconds of the game,
Church School. 6.00: p.m.Methodist Youth Fellowship as they: defeated the Charger for
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by: appointment their second win of the season. 1
South Clewtsten Thursday: : Last Week's Result
Rev. Herb Higdon. Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Choir: Practice October 21: I
I.45 a.m.-Sunday: School NORTHSmE MISSIONARY Rebels 0-Tigers 1
U;:00 a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST Jets 13-Chargers: 6 i
7;:00 p.m.-Baptist Training Union 304 N. Francisco Street (ChrliUan) October 23:
'.00 Elder Lester D. Reams Pastor
p.m Worihlp Service North Sugar land Auditorium Jets 7-Tigers 0
'Tuesday: 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School .. John C. SchefOer Minister Rebel 13-Charers 12
100 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
Wednesday: 6:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m. Communion and Worship The Wan-tori cashed: on three
'130: p.m.-Hour of Prayer: 7:30: p.m.-Evening WorshipWednesday Service safeties and a .touchdown' by Billy \
Thursday; : Wednesdays ._ f EO/t I/. theJ4M4 tM Comets .
100 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-BIbl* Study;
hopes of taking over first place

This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: the couldn't Junior seem League.to get going The a Comets* they: -roitabl. i-

did earlier in the week when they:
Hendry County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc. ripped the first place Devil] 25-0. ,
Motors Complete Ipu1maatI'bcDt Store If the Warriors could; take two
STANDARD OIL COMPANY wins this week they could possibly ap"; 4

2-5301 take over second place. LIGHTEST BRIGHTEST BEST
Th* Angel tin have a pretty; I.

Giddens Furniture Clewistdrt Federal'SAVINGS strong hold on last place. Jutt 12 tOUMit OT B4MMTS. IMSsmartlrttvlnl Its.enl BacMo puts a "" cot Of course lkk trad amTV... .. -
Co. BJhtwtliM, b "DarniM Ihn pfchn: tat* Iaaai Idea was MaW DrU.mil- t
KellypTracttogi Store ft LOAN AM'NThe Last Week's Result rut billy sanaaLUM : H ssuanj Was 01* a an for YOU Iks teat:to* th
Oct. 22: !e nlwMn tvtnnrhanv tag)...Vtafi jw a brifMar,, poMrts,ammtilsd witt mootm, I'
"If s Easy to Pay: Comets 25-Devil 0 our outi takss Mttf* worttsbl sharpefi ctostif sags than svtrMora. nHsbls shetronto irirlnf.'

Clewiston News Tk cidden way- Royal's Inc.Plan Warrior 32-Angels 6 ..* apse Uu your WtptwM ij
October 24:
r I Warrior 12-Comet.* 7

Devil 26-Angjtt* 0

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Tigers ... I.
,.; Charger .......... .... 2 I ''iI
: ( Rebel i .... 2 I
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Warriors .........,....... I 4
Enjoy a delicious char-broiled Aged Angela. 0 7 CHESTFREEER :'

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Bowling Leagues "
U.S. Top Choice I I .

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Richmond Plumbing really: caught .
t fire Thursday night when the team
rolled a 1019 ,scratch averaging r I II II
-K. C. Steak '/ over 200 per man, to whip ConoeU's I
Gulf Service- 4 point Chapman.
207 LeGarde. 213 Leavltt, 202. and
Russ, 219. Benny Richmond: was
not tn th* lineup\ and had a blind

With Our Complete Dinner ; cor U.Dnda'i of 189.1JUOIlea411i1 Good bowling, meal teem to 1 I \

a four point wiirtver. Echol Plum. ,
Ung. .

l. 'Anderson' Gtitftook Roman
A Sunday, November .,,?}t Dusting 4 point*,!''with Bm Jones
; 'I'' '.
\ of Roman's leading the way with Gl 111
Cents 82.LlndcUy Lumber took S point
and Twenty-Five
Three Dollars l
from Everglade Federal; 'Tom

,At 'tirV}\ I r Campbell of Everglade, bowling Totof' contact frewlnj, ih.|rs9tfrtb Feat fr.egla', ',,1,
enywb.re le,
a 200 game to help will their point Umper.hira control I
Geneva's Drive la nudged league Adjustable door ihtlrts [J>olOllctclllci H. ')It.rlor ", oot''", Counle
leading Badcock for 8 point to
take. the lead. Buddy Little rolled
a 803 set and a 230 game for Gen I
eva' white Doug 'Thompson'* 530 EITHER ONE "A.S 1
set lead Badeock'.m..

Mullen OfOo Supply and Doug FOR ONLY. "'YY
Qty Barbers split 2-2 with Hand's .. .
The Clewiston Inn 209 and Graber's 1'18. leading the I
way. Meadows had a 23481 forliner's
Radio split 2-2. Tommy: Car- Lake i
Doug Oty.Angel Brother and Carttbers Appliancesf l
Clewiaton Telephone YU M50I had a 529 and Haar1 190 .
Florida was high for Angel
Top bowler was WIQlam Jones of SwgarlandHwy. Phone YU I
Anderson's Gulf Service who bowl I

ed 151 pin over bill average Con 2.7151"I I ,

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Martinez, Mrs. Jack Martinez, Rainbow
: Mrr and Mrs. Bias Rodrlguer Mr. Girl Sell
II I ( and Mrs. Julio Quesada, Armando Christmas Item.
tr Jano, Pedro Orta, Carlos Orta, Worthy Advisor
; I Antonio Santana, Santos Merlan, straw plant to DIane
Jr., Maria Tens assist telJIII
Lull deArmas Rainbow cuts In
Gonzalez, Isabel Martinez, :Matilde selling Christmas their PI'ojett
L' Jano, Mr and Mrs. Francisco: orations during cards ID4
i ( trguelles, Mr. and Mrs. Jorge I The gin have a next two g
: : display
Alexander, Miss Rita Herrera, Item In the NlckeU
i' Adel Satolongo, Jr., Deana Tomeu, teams will be buUdInr.
Hector Perez and Gloria davijot the next two.Its.making. can *
The bride Is a graduate of Clew The girl plan
i : iston High School, class of 1863. den in following to the send theJr.
; 'The[ groom graduated from Havana meeting to assure Novelllber
Business Academy, Havana, for Christmas.At delivery! III 11m
I Cuba. They are residing at 738 'the Monday
f South Pacific Avenue, Clewiston. of the Rainbow egg
i girl recognized the
: Marcia Fetch, Jan
Garden Club Plans Thad1ne W'DD.The .

November Bazaar Assembly committee for the Nov.to let 4 mL up

I will be Donna Morriw,,
Plans for a bazaar of handmade Spires and Bobby
articles suitable for Christmas gifts Chris
I >presented>
; were discussed at the October her Grand Choir pin.
meeting of the dewistoo Garden The Worthy Advisor
i O1 ti er '' Club held Thursday at the home an initiation practice for iMuZi
: of Mrs. F. C. Sikes. November 2, at 2:30 Pm. jrtfci
Mrs. W. R. WImberly presided Masonic HalL
I and Mrs. Ivan VanHorn, assisted
( : by Mrs. Wm. Fessenden of Belle
', i Glade gave a very Interesting demonstration ,. Cub ScoutAppradmately Meeting

I on corsage making, using fifty pests! won
flowers dried materials, and hand Tnuraday.night nags
'\ such unusual materials' as pop corn ganteatlonal meeting
: I' chicken feathers, etc. Pack for boys I to 10 yarsdy,
: MES. RUBEN ORTA Mrs. Frank Cackling and Mrs. Reactivation .oIf'a CUb,,Pick
i Wm. LaFon Jr were welcomed as now underway under the (
] new members. Guests were Mrs. Stream CouneU, Boy Scouts of ierica.
}, Gloria Ruben Orta Are WedIn
I ti O'Reilly; Ken Swayne, Mrs. Jack Scott and .
i Mrs. Wm. Ban. Mrs. VanHorn won Two other meeting have
a lovely Hawaiian Vanda. orchid, scheduled with the Cornea i
1 : Rites at St. Margaret's Church presented by Mrs. Ira Blair! who sedatives and parent, and it!t
has many' unusual varieties in Her end of he Series a formal iixatlon
I, : Gloria QfReffly, daughter sleeves and a wide band of lace collection of orchid plants. of the Pack wilt be mtdUBIHSBI
i and Mrs., Raul O'Reilly, of edging the neckline, continuingacross Mrs. Sikes announced many articles
+ : Park became the bride the shoulders and becoming: are already completed for
I'I ; Ruben Orta. son of Mr. and part of the chapel length train. the bazaar and plans are made
Ruben Orta, 736 South Pa- Her bouffant veil of white illusion for it to be held in the Beck Motors
i : : Ave., Thursday evening at was elbow length and fell from a showroom November 22-23.
o'clock.: : The Rev. Larkin Con- white pearl tiara. She carried a
; r officiated at the marriage bouquet of white orchids.
in St Margaret's Catholic 'The maid of honor, Miss Elena Mrs. Jackson HostessTo '
: Clewiston. Rodriguez and the bridesmaid, Exemplar Members Fri. Sat, Nov 1 .V
,.' Loretta was organist and Miss Esther Quesada were gowned ter of Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywere "X-THE MAN WITH XIAT I
the traditional wedding alike in pink lace and wore entertained at the home of EYES"
for the bridal party. small hats of pink organza pa Mrs. Johnle Jackson Wednesday RAY MILLAND
( ) bride, given in marriage mela. Their flowers were pinkrose. : evening for their regular meeting
{ her father, was radiant in a .. The program topic was "Conver Musical Rumble
of white silk organza, fash Little Miriam Orta, flower girl sation and the Spoken Word." Mrs
; with very full skirt fitted was dressed in a blue embroidered Gene Hough led the program which Sun. Mon. Tues
I of Chantilly! lace, with cap organza with a full frilled skirt was followed by open discussion. Nov. 3 4 S
1 Ringbearer was Mauricio Sotil1o.I Hallowe'en decorations were "RAMPAGE"ROBERT
: Happy Birthday I 'The groom was attended by Arturo used and refreshments were cake Trapped in MITCHUM Jungle
Tomeu as best man. and coffee.
/ (And today's the last day for Following the ceremony a reception -
t.1, born In-odd-year folks to was held at the home of
: ;.. : .... that drivers license,) the bride' parents in SuarlandPark.
: 31: Gid Brown Naomi A beautiful lace cloth covered When You her something to Ship
Penny Lowe, Barbara the bride's table, and a white
I' ; I ,. orchid adorned each corner. The Remember REA Express YU 2-2141
i' r"i r : 1: Dorothy Dyes, Ray bride's cake was a three tiered!
I Yon, Mrs. M. D. Bledsoe, white and silver cake topped witha _. tiPick up and.DelljerY)ServiceS
f EdwardsMCharlfc"R., :'Young miniature4'bride -and'' groom. + t .
2: Hazel Keen, doyce Sim- Punch and champagne were served -
Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Ernest with the cakes.
: M. C. Varnadoe, Otis A.
Guests attending included Mr. Slllll SllllllllHSSlllllMSMVSSMSHSSISMHSllHSNSMSSMSHlSllllSlSSBSl lHiSllllllHSS Bl a SlSSSSSS SH B Sll BlMSSSMSi
and Mrs. Roger Sena, Pahokee,
3: Floyd Andrews, Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Pastor Garcia, Mr. We make: buttonholes, sharpen scissors, carry all
Grant and Mrs. Alberto deArmas, Mrs.
4: Margarette LaPolnte, Luis deArmas, Mr. and Mrs. parts, and repair all makes of sewing machines.
Hare, Sr. Charles Arnold,, Mr. and Mrs. En-
{ 5: Viola.Owens Hilda El rlquedela Torre Mr; and Mrs. Arturo SEWING MACHINE CENTER.
Gene Edwards, Maxine Tomeu, Mr. and Mrs. Andres
1 Eddie Langdale. F. Morrell. Mr. and Mrs. ArturoF. 116 SW 3rd Street, Belle Glade, Phone WY 6-3260
6: C. L.Booth, Georgeann Morrell. Mrs. Camllo Aguirre,
Gary Clerk, Eudolle Muel Mrs. Adel: Sotolongo, Mrs. Boni We sell new- and used sewing machines.
F' .i j. facto Triana, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos

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Clewuton, :Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS PIe I'1ft

Parties Honor the Barney Joe Barrens Larry Gymkana Aaron at F.S.U.M.C. Thursday,_October 31, 1963 i

nine pounds five pltal, Friday, October 25, weighing

I On Their First Visit Since Wedding Master Larry'of Aaron Ceremonies of Clewiston at the :FlocIda was ounces baby Mr. and at birth.Mn. Billy Byrd are the Mr.nine and pounds.Mrs. David Patterson,

IOCA dS State University's Gymkana who was. Palmdale, are the proud parents
of daughter,
Joe Barren, of Ezelle.: Mrs.Joe HlllUrd. weekend. Larry is the parents a
f r$. Jlarney Mrs. Earl Show last General Hospitalon of a daughter, Kathy Lynn, who
hh GaiJlelvI11e, who with her husband Hendry, Mr*. Joe M. Hendry, Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Ballard born In Hendry October 29. She weighed was born Sunday, October 27, in
the guest of M* parents Mr. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Eugene C Mm., / now residents of South Bay and Tuesday and Hendry General Hospital Sheweighed
&vu);lrf.TB. Barton in LaBell Mrs. Wm. C. Prewltt and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Walters of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Davis Sr., Is a graduate of Clewiston High five pounds named, fourteen Lisa Diane.ounces seven pounds, six ounce.
laSt weekend, ww the recipient of N. Scott, dewtston; Mrs. Earnest Tampa were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs Jack Davis and family School. He i II a sophomore and a has been Randall Franklin
courtesies during Bostelman,Mrs. Francis Mr. and Mrs. R. E.'Shaw Mrs and Mrs
Kversl toe Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Atwell chemistry ,
of daughter
1ta1. BefCd her wadding In Fort Myers Mrs. Harvard Parkinson Thursday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gymkana to one of the outstanding Kelly are parents a Four New Homes
a september her ))tr. Barron WM Miss Mrs John Faulkner and Mrs Attending a Youth Rally of the Sliemore In Canal Point Sunday. shows of the :year at FSU. born on October II In Everglade She I
r Pahokee. Are Built
Sylvia Ann Salman of HaDIJt, Clara Taylor of LaBelle. East Florida Presbytery held in Mr. and Mr*. N.J. McElroy have The 20 acts this year were expert Memorial Hospital Reece. I Being
The yet couple naldel Hobe Sound Sunday afternoon and returned from Fort Myers to spend gymnastics stunts on the side- has been named Gwyn Four new homes nave)been! started
IJnses. Gomes are
ta Gainesville: where be te a sea Buffet Supper evening were Jan and Judy; Brant- the harvest season. in Clewiston.. horse and trampoline, the high bar Mr. and Mrs Gary born in Hen- in Clewiston during; the month
dent 10 the School of Medicine, at Dr. and Mrs Ernest: Bostelman ley, Byrnte Bearddey, John Brown. They each are at home on South end fling tings, tumbling and balancing the parents of a son on Wednesday of October. F. Vancil 11 building
UDlwrlltT; of Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Francla Camp Rev. and Mrs Henry H. Ford, Mr. Atlantic Avenue.Preferential. acts on chair: stacked highon dry General Hospital a painted concrete: block house
23, weighing seven
bell were hosts at a buffet supper and Mrs W. L. BraoUey Jr., and tables and imilar feats of delicate 28'xW in size on lot 9-10 Mock
Luncheon Guest Saturday evening at the Campbell IL N. Godbey.: Tea balance ana- grace. -In addltlon pounds fourteen uonoes.Mr Butler I 418. Central Avenue tar an sate'mated '
Melvin Wilder entertained home, Ortiz Avenue, Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs James M. Fountain there were several dance numbers and Mrs. $6.000.Kennedy ,
JJta, tt noon with a luncheon at Sweetheart roses were used on the have returned from a twoweek' Honors PledgesThe by a 15-member dance troupe are the proud parents of a daughter 23. Construction: Co. has

. aewiltOD Inn. honoring the dining tables, and golden chrysan.themums : fishing trip In Arkansas.' home of Mrs. Richard F. and 'the introduction of Gymkana born Wednesday, October The started a CBS home 34'xTS I" to
\ SStor; A bridal theme was used and Birds! fit Paradise Mrs. Lou Gulp, of Lake Village, Baker was the scene of the Preferential "- Court, composed: of campus beauties in Hendry General Hospital. six size on tots 13-14 block 428 Oblspo
it the decorations and accessories In the living and Florida rooms. Ark., returned' with them for a vacation Tea of Beta Pi Chapter of baby weighed three named pounds Sheri Ave., estimated cost 816,000. Tbto
at the party.; Guests were Mr. and Mrs Barney stay and to sample the Lake Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; Sunday afternoon ounces, and has been home will have garage space in
included :Mrs. Barney JoeB.non Joe Barron :Mr. and Mrs W. and canal fishing Florida. whoa the chapter honored /aDD.i addition to size given.
(Guests W. 3. Barron Mrs.Bjno B. Barron, Mr. and Mrs. Harvard George W. Keen has returned the pledge of 1963. Current pledges Hospital Notes i Mr. and Mrs. James Durance of W. H. Acre .ie building a CBS I,
Mn.Bishop Mr Wm. C. Parkinson Mr. and Mrs John from a'two weeks visit with his are Mr*. Bill Watkins Mr. Moore Haven, are the proud parents home 84x28' plus garage, on lot !
M. Carl H. Bemer, Mrs Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs Charles son, Dr. T. L. Keen in Lafayette Frank Gentry Mn. Luther Davis, Patients admitted: of a eon Paul Edward who 9-10. block 120, facing Conoordia
Bowell, Mn.Christian, Mrs. J. w.Edward's Humphries and Mlsi Peggy Hen. Alai: Dr.' Keen accompanied: his Mrs. John A/ Black, Mrs. ''W. W. I Rebecca Comet, Mangle onI was born In Hendry General Has- Avenue, tot an estimated 810,000.
its1mood son. LaBelle; Mr. and Mn. E. C. father home and visited for the Caruther Jr.:>; and Mrs. Harold phant Dorothy Butler, Fannie Powers Kendall Construction Co., la
Mills. Mr. and Mn. Melvin Wilder weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. M. C Eitep. I Flask Wiggins Martha Jump. building a CBS horn* Jar C R.
Solon C. Mills Clewiston, Mri. Keen Sr. Yellow flowers were used'In arrangements '- er, Mrs.: Vera' Durance, Lulu HOUSE & SPOUSE Benson on tot 4 and EH5, block
C. J. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Kitty ,McLeod spent the In. the living! and in Lane, Joyce Osceola, Carl Crow, 449 Alverdet Street The 28'xW
. Fagan Mrs. Agnes McDanieL and weekend in Sanford visiting :Mr.I, the dining rooms, and the tea table Margaret Cochran, Henry Davis house will have added garage

Rick Bostelman, Fort Myers. and Mrs McReynokis.Miss was centered with a low bowl of Ruth Vaughn, Janice Patterson, PROTECTOR pace: and will cost an estimated
Replacements Repairplumbing Antis Lawrence came up yellow rose, the sorority flower, Gary Mackln, Holly Richardson, 86.000.
Morning CoffeeSaturday from Coral Gable where she attends flanked by yellow tapers in silver Mary Fugate, Lenor Spurlln Mar-' Addition of porches, carport,
Repair morning Mrs. Barron the University; of Miami fora candelabra. JoI,.. J. Fred Baker cla Steel, Agnes Bigg, Malcolm and paint 'Job on four other home
, INSTALLATIONS was honored at a coffee given' at weekend with her parents' :Mr. Sr.. and M .'Robert McCoUey Bigg. Mrs. Lee Byrd. add 82.650: to the Amount of buOd-
the home of Mrs H S. Parkinson
I TROUBLE SHOOTING and Mrs. A. W Lawrence.Mr. poured. Patients remaining: log permits issued in October.
MASTER LICENSE la LaBelle with Mrs.: John Faulkner and Mrs: W. A. Merman left Out of town guests included Mrs I Lesson Spurlln Margie OUphant,
as t co-hostess. Wednesday on a vacation trip to F Fred Foster of Sarasota, Mrs. ,
Call YU 2-6711 Autumn flowers Dollle Hollls Thomaa Hollis, Gary Bail Bonds
several points in Georgia. They are S.:M. McAllister, Belle Glade, Mn. Mackln.: Ruth Vaughn, Agnes
in the decoraUoM. About twenty-; visiting relatives during part of James E. Payne Miami, and Mrs. I
a Bigg, Malcolm Blfg, Lula LaM,
E. Ventura five guest called from ten o'clock: .
Meade Fort Myers.
L325 until their atay. Harry ; Helen Rowalt, Besiie Crow, Marcel '- 24 Hour Service I
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loworn Former members of the chapter
Steel Hendy; Davis, Eddy Abner H Vann
in members, and
convention Exemplar
attended a now
Currie, Minnie Golden Fannie McDonald Bookkeeping and
and director attending were I
Miami Sunday Monday. former :
Powers Oscar Pratt,
Mr. and :Mrs. Ruben O. Orta Mrs. Johnle "X. Jackson Mn. Cochran, Mrs. Lee Byrd Janice Ph. s,,,, tel.W Tax Service

Prices Slashed on All have returned from a wedding trip John Drake Mn. Douglas Ellis, Patterson Richard Hancock Carl
to the west coast: of Florida.: Mrs. Foy Durrence: Mrs. Joe Sexton 2-5971
I Crow, Martha Jumper Joyce Osce
Marlette Mobile Homes Mrs. Julian Dickson and Mrs. Mrs Parker Wilson Mrs C. ola, Mary Fugate. r' INIYLMtIr' John W. McDonald
Aaron. Branson were in Arcadia B. Owens Mn. Hager Lowe, Mrs. tele Farm Ufa Insuranea compeny
LOW DOWN PAYMENT- Sunday visiting Edward Bronson Art Lawrence Mn. George Coleman Cnd at.te arm Fin and C..u.Ny Immokalee Fla. ,\ w
r a patient at George P. Wood :Mem- and Mr*. Ruth Owen BIRTHMr. Gem any. Nome Owe.p akeming Phone OL 4-3672

BANK TERM FINANCINGvisit orial Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Cochran f
and Mrs. Harry :Meade of Coke Party Honors announce the birth of a daughter, i
the Fort Myers were guests Sunday of Michele Lynne, in Hendry General \ ''.
her liter, Mrs. James McPhall, November Bride Hospital on Saturday, Oct. 28. The '

, and family.Mr. I I Miss Becky; Vaughn, whose marriage Announcing the opening of dental office of 1 1t i
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. and Mrs. Walter Belser and : to Tony' Sullivan will be solemnized
son of Arcadia were Sunday visitors on November first, was t "
for the best buy of his mother Mrs. R. H. Lang- II honoree at a.Cc>ke party; given by
Route US 27 YU 2-2661 ford and Mr. Langford.Mrs. Mrs. Peter M. McIntyre at the
Mary Speight of Washington 'home of :Mr. and Mrs Dan Sullivan A Dr. James T. Gaunt Jr., D.D.S.
D.C., came recently to make Sunday afternoon.
her home with her son and family, White wedding bells, a doll General Practice, including children. !
:Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Speight and dressed in bridal gown, and veil
(& daughter Joan. Mr. Speight droveto and floral arrangements of white
lAl. ; : Washington for his mother. pompom and other white blossoms Did You Know?
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howell were used In decorating the sharing offices with Dr. J. W. Ezelle, D.D.S.
and children: spent the weekend in party room.. .
You. .
IiiMLti t. tRefreshmentsof .t -
can getBarBQ "*,' '
Fort Pierce tatting bar and :Mrs, openfaced
Nickell phone YU 2-1111
I s Danny' HowelL party ,sandwiches potato chips Bldg.,
Attending Homecoming at the and dips, with individual iced to GO!
Clewiston Fla. P. 0. Box 757
I : e tr University of Florida in Gainesville cakes topped with a small bride

e last weekend were Dr. E. B.McConvlUe and groom, were served with coffee Phone YU 2-9322
Bob Berner, Dick Baker and punchApproximately

l ASPIRIN "-'* HEATING PAD and S. L. Crochet 80 guests called
art era Mrs. Evelyn Nash and Mr. C. during the party hour Sunday: aft-

2fer7C 21fd.96flJ J. Nielsen spent the weekend visiting emooo '
their sisters, Mrs. I. O. Bishop
Mtn.M 101 t.eld..1.. u trier and Mrs. Elmer Cox in Fort

I I nM.a.dLenr Pierce.Flying to Huron S. Dak., for a 24th THEtoggery
t.t. VITAMIN .. H
f'QLTMUlSION for 1.20rnJ week of pheasant hunting are Joe
Sui ,2/.rJ.00 IN: -fil.I::" iTlluifl K Billiard. Joe Marlin Hffllard,, ])a1.
.s._ for .70 WIOTUBoots
::: ? Anniversary
i T ton McDanieJ W. R. Baxter, a C.
oill.lwe Il S wen. MouIs.uN s.u UCCN.JIN, .fi ffif-2 for JO Fry of Clewiston, W. B. Barron of Shop
for 1 LaBelle and Fred Cole of Tampa. Guide* Gas la

ID-BALL Diidoranttt /K wi urion, for :: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis Jr. attended Fishing Tackl Supplies Sale f 'i '

\ 2f, "mm''"-2 for Many the Swamp Buggy Days: in '
70ctit Naples! last weekend.' tlohton'sFishing I .. is now underway,f, '
al mil nuMo iTH2 for 1.70 Paul Dickson and'Anthony Cook I I '. ,

.... LAWHOn aesoea SStniNM.. I, rMMl'.....2 for Jt of Dublin Gs., have returned to Camp r
: : SHAVE) CREAMU"..,. AlrI"10 ,for Jt Clewiston for the lUlU harvest Clcwiston,na.I Dresses Sweaters '

2hr99t :::'IOUTI,Track*w teadan. 400iO"f :
2for .>f0
......er lleatIIIIat', e'e'r"'sflu..e:./ ..MA/NU 2 for .14 .Wool Skirts Blouses :,
luiB1ICa Al60NOl HsiiC.ar--MU 2 for Ut 1' I .
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'I Gowns House Coats Pedal Pushers Capris g-

$. 21w8Oc. ... WU3SSS&::

.. =::.-It1. ..... fi. r .. 2f"gOt Pajamas "* ..Jewelry Purses and' many*'others F 11;I

mAta'win: 'sMwes"Mr/e: 2 for.Jt Hun..ietwsw spks. Do Not Telephone COME ,

, .. .1II'It, 2 .11 s... STATIONERY
"" .... 2 1.20 1.1.01 TOG.GERY SHOP, Bond St., Clewiston .) I
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t.M e....a'NCa 2 f for 1.00 I

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acute ceiist-!*..a1"" @ .:.-.21,99t Invited to Attend '
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55c REX FUR 120, 127.120 2 for 56c TOUCH NEW COMMAND. WASHER OPENi&HOUSEat :; ]

'MESJ YOU TNt fltoftn' .
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WRAP PAPER 2 for 2Sc 4
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Vi>ninri TUt _-3M"ttBw pUn u rOocL --2 IS *T\ B B1 Le iHliatiMMaxMkfBMaCiMM. ..*eeWee BOM a.a*. Sunday November 3rd 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. I:Yr
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GIeN2 for Free Favors for All the Ladies
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Las lies Na,.....to Be sure to register for a 25.00: permanent to be given away ,I" ',I
Glades Gas Co.DAN Sunday afternoon. I ,;!

SUGARLAND REXALL PHARMACYE. MCCARTHY Open for business Monday, November 4th .4' rs

Sugarland Hwy. Phone YU 23311Clewiston. Telephone YU 3-1861 i
Phone YU 2-1311 Clewri'Th., ,

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sage Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewllton, Fla..10. M-.J : I (.1: t:1:{-y" =1
\.k Ii' I Thursday October 31, 1963I rl'1servICe\

I I I j I0 I Barron Heads Bureau; eVM i i ii bulletin

I Ii j 200 At Annual Meeting 'L" l1

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f More than -200 persona attended The secretary reported 148 paid
the annual meeting of the Hendry members, 51 of whom were new
County Farm Bureau, held In the members. M
: LaBelle school cafeteria Friday Door prizes were presented to
Oct. 18. President Melvin Wilder Roy Dana, R. E. Burchard, Mrs. r
conducted the meeting and Sena. George Burchard, Roy Mays, Lloyd
tor Elmer Friday was guest speaker. Porterfield, Buck Armeda, Doe L
I W. B. Barron was chosen to Davis, Roy Mays, Earl Miller, i
head the Bureau next :year. MUllcevic, Smiley Abrltton, Larsen _
Lawrenc Campbell __
Senator Friday spoke at lengthon Dyess
t the growing tendency toward Nan Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop, Noble 1a
centralization In government, and Johnson and E. R. Felton.A .
f stated he is not in favor of the buffet dinner of baked chicken
I "ultra-liberal movement which has vegetables, salads and dessert,
been the trend of administrations was served by members of the
I during recent :years." He urged Junior Womans Club of LaBelle
I Farm Bureau members to ""keepIn preceding the meeting. ,. -- --- M r.
Illcflns. Balnea Cltjrj Info Beaton, Orlando -
j touch with local state and federal The directors met briefly following The first
Dick Davis, Klaslmmee.
SIMMEE RIVER BOATACADE were photographed and
I legislation" and to feel free the meeting and chose W. I
Kisslramee Beataeade was held 14 yean are.
In ClewUton Friday night tileEnr..des
.. J to call on individual representatives B. Barron, president; Otto Larsen -
I Dinner was served at the Elks Club At lie microphone: la Boataeade president K. C. ,
each level vice president M. R. Thomas -
t i. at of government ;
: and Mrs. Left to right: Jim Thompson, Orlando Boyle Moore, Jr.-STAFF FHOTO.
The Senator commended Congressman secretary-treasurer
'' Pounds, Winter Garden, Dean Heatoa, Orlando; .y
r a I Paul Rogers very high M. R. Thomas, acting treasurer.
'I' ly for his constant service to agriculture
I :i :: I and lauded State Farm Tom Carpenter ty, led to his decision to return. Southern Florida Flood Control District
t: Bureau executive vice-president 4-H Livestock ClubThe He is a graduate of the Universityof land in Gov Lot 1, Sec. 12-43-
,I Tom J. McCIane for assisting at Scientist Wisconsin. and began professional 28, 1200. Here's something' brand-new for
I hearings of the legislative committee dewlstoo &-H Livestock Cub Ag. work with the truck crops experimental Norman Rosen to Central and cattlemen...
met at the pasture Monday even university, Southern Florida Flood Control District
'I In securing sound farm legislation work of that New Purina
during the past session ing. Project underway Is placing Back in 'Glade In the study ofphytotoxl effects land in Gov Lot 1, Sec. 10- Range BlocksWinter
marl on 'the! cattle pens, and the of tasecttcideJt' fungicide and 43-28, $2,000.Allen .
Charlie Collins, Farm Bureau
1 Dr. Tom L. Carpenter, who re- '
1 Held representative, read a request youths worked under electric lightsto aided at the dewlston Inn apartments their diluents and carriers. P. Wolfe to Central and feeding of cattle is mighty easy and convenient
get their work done Dr. Carpenter is residing in the Southern Florida :Flood Control District
J for contributions to the Florida during the yean 1941-44, the low-cost Purina Way, now that new, convenient
Agriculture Tax Council to cover After the work session there wasa while representative of Rohm & Platt apartments, dewiston, and land in Gov. Lot 1, Sec. 10- Purina RANGE BLOCKS are here.
and refreshmentsof expects others of his family to join $800.
expenses incurred by the council brief meeting Haas working in the developmentof 43-28
in test cases seeking equitable hot chocolate: and cake were Dithane, has returned to the him when they! can dispose of some ; Susie W. Yonce, and Henry L. All you do is dump 'em out where cattle can get at
taxes for all state farmland.At served. 'Glade area. business holdings which reqquire Yonce, to Jack Fritchle, Lots 26 'em. Cattle do the rest.
II' 'the election of directors for their presence in the North at this and 27, Elk. 301, Ctewitton, $8.SOO.:
next :year the membership chose time. J. M. Lankford to Rhoda Ship Purina Range Blocks are the ideal way to feed Jour
V. B. Barron Kenneth J. Curtis, Sugarland Pharmacy 1/ ley Lot 3, BIk. 384, Clewiston wintering-over brood cows. Cows with early calm
\ James Gaunt. E. R. Felton, Roy 3500. like 'em too. .and so do the calves!
Dana, Lewis J. Nobles, Jr. and Week's Transfers Ray L. Atkinson to Central and
Ii I M. R. Thomas, LaBelle Mike M4llcevic PIZZAYU Of Real EstateReal Southern Florida Flood Control District Each block contains 50 lbs. of solid supplement.,
.') I :, John Stitt, Otto Larsen, lots 10, 11 W LaBelle. 1..V. just what cows and calves should have to make certain
I Frank Polhlll and Melvin Wilder 2-3311 Estate transactions of the Hull's S-D of Gov Lot II, S 8j; Gov they get the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients
I i CJew1Itn.J ) week in Hendry County as reported Lots Z, 3 and 4, Sec. 7-43-29 lying they need not found in grain or grass.
by Hendry County Title and West of Railroad Caloosahatcbee
/ I Abstract Co (prices given are as River Canal 1200. See us for details. and a trial order of Purina
Indicated by stamps attached to Orange Gold, Inc., to L. Edd RANGE BLOCKS..soon.
transfer document: ): Travis, Gainesville, land in Sec.
Maybelle Wood to A. Duda and 19-24-32, $87,500.Charles .
: Sons Inc., land In Sec. 8-44-28, Korte, Plnellas County,
BUSINESS MEN! $3,000. to Lillian J. Miller Lot 14, Section :
M. Jay Fllpse to Case Investment I, Ford Park Subdivision, La. Sugarland Highway Clewiston,Flam
Co.. Inc., land In Sec. 10-44- Belle, indicated price 3000.
;,i Looking for good location to start business? 20. $16,000. Henco, Inc., a Florida Corporation .
A Case Investment Co., Inc., to to John Contee, Trustee, V.r. a aaari.a .VVWWAA i
Sidney C. Maddox, land In Sec. Westport, Connecticut land In S.
{ Not satisfied with present location) 1 -4-29, $23,200.GIlford 1, Twp 44 S, R 33 K, indicated couple blessed with their first When the itemized bin wu H

B. Stanley to Central and price, l1a, OO. child, didn't get to the hospital I celved the father protested fl
'I t Then look at 75x100 to 20' alley Southern Florida Flood Control Howard H. Mllhoan, Barberton, quickly enough and the baby was item "Delivery Room-JM EJ I
( Dr. Carpenter Is now a memberof land in Gov Lot 1, Sec 1- 3-28 lying Ohio, to Daniel Rodney Easer and born on the hospital lawn. returned the bill for revision.
i the staff of Agricultural Insecticide N of N Hallway, Caloosahatchee&fver Margaret Morgan Buettner San l
Across from B&B- Thrifty Drug, Parkinson & Bank i Inc., with headquarters at Can*!, $500.-'.- Diego California Lots 12, U.-14, -, .. .. ..
Belle Glade. He will concentrate his Alto Hires, faTCentral and South. Block 424 Clewiston indicated
.4 efforts for the present on the con- ern'' Florida Flood Control parcels price, 11,530.Addle ATTENTION! .
I 4 trol of sugarcane borer and wire In Gov Lot 1 and 3, Sec. 15 and 12- May Gibbs to C. O. Willis,
Price and
terms are right! worm. 43-28, 86,000.Lorinda Felda, land in Sec. 28-45-29 at Indicated Ranchers
Upon leaving the 'Glades area S. Davis to Central and price of $14,400. Farmers, Cane Growers and

Dr. Carpenter joined other members LOOK THE FUTURE AND
: of his family In a business TO
DADE- MONROE REALTY enterprise "back north", but the WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
$ til Y lure of the 'Glides was strong,
Phone 3-2941 ;309 W. Sugarland Hwy. and the news of the rapid expansion _3,500; Acres for 'Sale .
of the sugar cane Industryand A Lew Cat Farm Mortgage
other agricultural enterprisesIn FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
#r Hendry and Palm Beach couni : Deep Muck on Rock Road South. Win rmrtth Cash TeKedBaaee

i --- Perimeter : fan debts.Improvements. sew ....... _iFtaaaee ..
Ha; Dike, but otherwise. unimproved. wind machines and Install trrlgattssu
] .- Assist >fea purchase ef a fans, grove er rasm
't! Pweaase mere'la...
r r Fronds. capital fads few the fan. eaten**

Caneborers -'Wireworms Budworms Earworms ;''. 'Prices and term" HAS ONLY ALL A LAND THXSS! BANK ADVANTAGES LOAN

1. Lower Mmeats.S. .
For information of Extremely Reasonable. Leager tens=: M yew). exeMdelralaee .
on any above c .. S. Dependable, (aorrtag grtMtnn
(f" :- KIT.
; .. See &. rd anpanaeat )tMUgw' *.*.t **t*,. .
ContactAgricultural r .. LMM aarrle ky beat people faaafflar with MM. WallUVfc
d" If w. easi be tt earls to *M please write er 1...

?J. E. BEARDSLEY ') W. B. MAY Mgr. w DOTIJR. X. ABBOTT.' last 11#-

Federal Land Bank. Associationof
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I Phone YU 2-7501
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t i't ; The successful growing vegetables and sugarcane is becoming Of
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.. more scientific each year. Accordingly, we have' added an experienced

J;: : t agricultural scientist to our staff, Dr. Tom L. Carpenter. We Building Material
I J feel very fortunate to have been able to acquire a man with his proven
,t ';":" 'Glades experience and reputation, to work with the growers. .

; -He' is available NOW'to serve you-. FOR LARGE OR SMALL


C Let him meet with you at any time to discuss your problems and put WILL
you on a program.
I'f. I j
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To control sugarcane borers, you have to be on a program. Don't expect .

i a boy to do "a,manta j job.' Call,Doc.' Carpenter today.

} ,!i AGRICULTURAL, INSECTICIDE COMPANY, Inc. Hare Lumber' and Ready Mix, Inc.

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MARSH BUGGY FOtt SALE: dewistoa, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven Florida has been notified of the

Oldsmobile motor, dual 12.50: 1 ____ Thursday,-October 31 1963 __ __ appointment to national commit
r tires. Contact Fry Hardware. tic Appointment
tee of the American Legion is a

t FOR SALE: TV set $35. Two platform distinct honor and Veltre II being

PHONE YUkon $1201ASSITIED FOR SALE: George's Hotel 20 rockers; one wardrobe cabinet congratulated on his selection.

RATES: Four cents rooms furnished. A bargain YU LsByer's Motel. tic .

word per insertion four insertions 70 cents Ida 2-1951. Box 1253 dewlston Flop (Ilis en n'e' QU 'pJ .ri! EXCHANGE OR SALE: Travel Elks Feed SlatedThe

um Tin Jan2 Trailer: 19 ft Self containedmay
lor the of three. ( be parked anywhere) Shasta "! Elks lodge win hold its regular

REAL ESTATE: MAN WANTED to manage and Traveler Trailer Brand New. t monthly feed for members
NORTHSIDE : Saturday night, November 2. Exalted :
3 bedroom frame operate) a retaU Watkins RouteIn Trailer sleeps four has gas appliances. 76
Ruler A. C. Ellison aid this
Furnished. Immaculate this area. Earnings of $12500 The new price is over 13,000.
REAL ESTATE NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame per week from the very beginning Owner will trade for property improved week.: "We are planning a rib supper
19.000. with corn and other items! and
Write Mr. McGarlty, P. O. Box or unimproved or may be
--- ACREAGE as available. 627, Willl.f n. Florida. novTc purchased for cash. A real bargain the price will be 1.50 Instead of

tSSJA-S PROPERTY: Informs 5 ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 ---- --- CaU for details. YU 2-3421. tic $2. We hope all member will turnout

tifflTrrgardlng Bimmini or otheJUnian bath frame home. Hardwood WANTED: Work Doug Pearcy for this monthly affair.
property If Awlred. YU floor,. YU 32381. its AIRBOAT FOR SALE:;: 65 hp Con Some seem to feel the Boetacade

Uc 325 FHA HOMES in Broward,Palm Unental. Contact Fry Hardware. tic supper cancelled the monthly supper

54. Beach and Dade counties, various NOW ACCEPTING application for And this notice is to remind

-BAfflIASAndros sizes and prices. Small cash waitresses and cashiers. See THOSE GOOD CLAXTON FRUIT r everyone that It did not and the

EAL ESTATE-Island-/ aarewA payment Gary Scott at Thrifty Drugs, tic CAKES are here. $1.00 pound. feed is planned for Saturday eve

FOR RENT Efficiencies from any BPW member or atBe.rdaler' ning.
tI to U. S. Navy Sub Base houses as available. and WANTED: Baby Pig Can YU office. nov4c
$20 month. Write URN 2-3221. nov7c
w down over 1,000
from for all Alumna Is NamedBetty
uderda1e. Fla. JA <4-US3.< nv7c prices Terms.DIVESTMENT. purposes. Various OPPORTUNITY on Route 80. Ten CASE for sale. News ON I
acres 1ft miles East of Lee County fice. tone I Edwards Ferguson, grad -

Richard F Baker AND INCOME line 880' frontage x 495' deep. uate of dewiston High School, has
PROPERTY. See owner's signs. Many use for Charles McClellandFOR MIKE MAZZINA PICKS UP 9 YARDS on a quarterback keeper been named production chairman
GREATER THAN $360 MON'l'ULy'RENTAL. around left end In Friday nlfht's 1S-T victory ever the Jupiter "
DEMAND Recent this good solid land on an upslope. for "The Heiress, first play of the
EVER for houses; acreage, busUtaa. CBS construction: $25.000. Ideal tor business, grove, plus SALE-Solid rock maple dining Warriors Masilna Is expected to take to the airways Friday season produced by the Serampore

We have customers wait- LONG TERM low Interest, farm home. 3 driveways surveyed good table and, six chairs. Also night against the Avon Park Bed Devils because of their heavy Players at William Carey College
.. List your property with us. cane grove and ranch mortgages painted corner cabinet Three line.-STAFF PHOTO.Counselor .
title. Only $15 per front ft, total Hattlesburg, Miss., where she Is a
I Beardslej. Ph. YU 750Ltfc minimum 150000. 36"x34" and one' 12"x5' Venitianblinds
j $13,200. Owner Box 800, Route No. student
LISTINGS 10zl6' blue
NEEDED living
1, Bonita Springs Fla. nov4c I one Gives dive committeeman has announcedthat Mrs. Ferguson was also chosen
room rug. 20731.Nov7c Veltre was appointed to the as one of the five players from her ,
ISLAND PROPERTY: Real Estate Broker I I
;ANIBEL Report to Judge Rehabilitation Advisory Board and college to participate in the Round I
530 East I
Gulf front at $200. per Sugarland
Exclusive Highway Commander John J. Adams, of tho Robin Basketball Tournament at I
: Report of the Counselor of the :
Resort motel and dress Fire Auto and General '
tint! foot.Attractive terms, YU 2-342 I Insurance JIUscel1an.eous for $ale. Business Services Juvenile Court James W. Wright American Legion Department of Memphis Tenn., on November 3rd.

lop Uc i dewlstnn. Fla. ph. YU 2-2181 for the five months starting May 1

1, 1963 has been submitted to

I V. R. Beardsley GOOD USED SPACE HEATERS Judge B. N. Parsons. It shows '78 Harlem News j

I Ion LP gas. For sale, reasonable 3-DAY HOME DEMONSTRATION cases handled In Hendry county; i

price. Mrs. Gene Fuller. YU 22633. any Hammond organ. Call YU petitions were filed in 36 of them .1

Real EstateExclusive fOR RENT nov4c 2-1181 or YU 24591. Billy Doane nov7, 42 of the status cases being by adjustments given satisfactory Events and News Of Our Colored CommunityMRS.

Listings! SEED CANE FOR SALE-223 variety out of court Two negro boys were JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
: P. O. Box 623, or phone WILL KEEP CHILDREN at my committed to state schools. Phone YU 2-7091
Office! open 9 A.M. P.M. Dally dewiston YU 2-2161 Oct7e home. Days only. Fenced back Of the 78 cases handled 10%

zed Sunday. ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU i -- --- - yard. Phone Ytf2-1642.. nov 218 were Negro, 86% were white and PTA NOTES last Saturday. The wonderful party
FOlTsALE One 35-ft. Spartan The regular meeting of the PTA arranged and in honor .
2-6881. : .rlthl 4% were Indian; 86% were boys prepared my
For Sale tfc housetraller new furniture two RADIO TV SERVICE.: and 14% were girls. was held Monday night Oct 28, In at the home of Mrs. Della Tobias I

House. Three bedrooms one FOR RENT OR SALE: 1 bedroom aluminum prefab cabana rooms Radio ft TV Sales with service the school library. The president will long be remembered. Z .:
The nature
of the
bath. Block Financed. trailer. Mrs. Waldron. YU 24250. 10'x28 on Choice lot. 526 Central Nlckell Building 108 Bond Street, cases were: Mrs. Annie Mitchell, presided. am grateful !indeed to Miss Theresa '.
delinquency 66% 10
dependency %
Both sides rented. 1tp Avenue. Phone YU 2-7494. nov' 14c dewiston. Fla. Phone YU 2-644L After devotion, the largo group Holmes for her sweet expressions \
Duplex. and traffic cases 24%. ?
YOUR PHILCO DEALER present enjoyed a film entitled of love and Orville Lewis for the
in A
rental unit rear.
Extra TV SETS The counsellor reports that
FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentNew "The Behavior of Animals and beautiful
and all
load buy at $9,1100.00 including i Guaranteed.' $18.95 down.. $14.04 SEWING OF ALL KIND: Western average of 29.10 hours per week birthday cake "I
kitchen Three rooms, Phone Plants, presented by Mrs. M. L who brought gifts and shared
lot and furniture. and my it
month. LAKE APPLIANCE style shirts. ,Alterations has been spent working on Hen- !:
per "
YU 23421.
tfc Black and members of the science
Trade equity In $13,000 home I CO., YU 27151. tic dress making. Quilts for sale and dry county cases; the total number happiness. May God bless each c .
Ft Lauderdale for dewiston department The business session and all of you Respectfully: Evangelist
FOR RENT: Two one bedroom will do quilting for others. Lucy of cases of all types under supervision J
Improved or unim Earnle! Miller contained much interest, with the Beulah Williams.
apartments and one efficiency I Arlington, P. O. box 14, dewiston is 112; six families are :,
of various committee
proved. LaByers Motel YU 2-2891. tfc -:: YU 2-4245. octtlp: receiving counselling at their ownrequest. appointing -
I FOR SALE Payroll envelopes
250' Hwy 27 frontage Inside members including a chairman for HOSPITAL NOTES j

city limits of dewlston. May be Etheleen Barwick printed with form for social security BLUM ft SONS PLASTERINGVery Dr. Wright reported to Juvenile each group with plans for future Patients admitted: Thelma Dix.

purchased whole or part withholding and other de Best Work Court Broward Parsons that activities for fund raising. on. Winnie Black Daisy Mae Williams I

J acres of cane within M mile FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and ductions. Box of 500. Clewliton We Save You Money from all agencies and cooperation Prof. Thomas made very interesting James Edward Ross Eugene -

i Lake on U.S. 27. trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp News Office. Pasterlng, Simulated Stone parents has been very good remarks relative to the progress T. Hartley Lulu Crawford J I

Almost new 3 bedroom 2 VU 2.118E tfc FOR SALE Parrtkeeti, 2.00 Stucco Free Estimate I and status of our school. Our Fannie Mae Felton. Lloyd Stewart, ,

bath CBS home. Excellent lo FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds Licensed and Insured 'Dr. Rollins I PTA membership drive is now inprogress Bessie Washington Emma Crtch-:
supplies.Pet 25 Years.In Business Speaks please help make this
cation. Has been financed. apartment Phone monkeys,, .cages low Aston Robinson AlveolaCromes
.21271.tfc boarding. Thompson Wild 3850 Lora /street To Rotarians I drive a success. Let us register Georgia Corning.

Extra clean 1 bedroom furnished Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- Fort.Myers.' Fla.tfe your name before the drive is Patients remaining: Bessie Washington

home. Large Shade tree APARTMENT FOR RENT. Phoae 1238. A .... .. -_ .. tic ED /-0171 .-' ..JIIC.o.1:.,W87t Dr. C jarl I,E. tonsils, presidentof over.: ,., Emma. Crkhlow Zeb I

big lot close' to shopping. $4.- YU 2-6881. tic FOR SALE: Kresky furnace, will COVER and drapes. Cur tary Edison luncheon Junior Monday College Introducedby in Fort Queen, Lloyd Stewart, Aston\ Robinson
500.00 Total Price. CHURCH NEWS
FOR RENT Trailers and Trail heat five room house. Thermostat tom made Complete line of 'Frank Polhill, Dr. Rollins explained AJvenia CromesK,James Edward

> bedroom. 1 bath frame er spaces Royal Palm Trailer and blower. 22S gal fuel tank. drapery and slip cover fabrics. the establishment of the Bit Calvary Baptist Church Ross, Georgia Corning Lode

borne. tic Mrs. P. M. Mclntyre. novZle Fret estimates can YU 1-5831 Bev. L. M. Kitchen, Pastor Crawford. ,
Fruit trees and shade. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. \ Junior college system and how' it
Close to :_ Van Cothern's Custom Furniture Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. I
shopping. Excellentterms. can and does serve a large number :

................................................. and Upholstery, "I,tf of students who might otherwise Mission Meeting Monday Night BIRTHS
Choir Mr. and Mrs,. Earnest Williams
Wednesday evening
I not be able to attend college j
1 bedroom comfortably fur 1:30: p.m. are the parents of a,baby girl. Betty 1

ikhed hou e. Air conditioned Public Notice Although students whose academic Prayer; Meeting, Wednesday evening Jean born Oct 24 at Hendry

and Heat with additional income 3 BUSINESS DIRECTORY average in high school may not 8 pjn. General Hospital. The baby weighed j,

property.. A real fine be high enough to gain them entrance Church Conference Friday night 7 IDS. 2 oz, at birth.

value. NOTICE OF RIO0LARBINENNIAL into college, they may quail before the First Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Felon announce I

I SCHOOL fy for Junior college and there in The original Southern Travelers of the\ birth of a daughter

Lots for Sale -- DISTRICT ELECTION an a sort of transition period adapt Belie Glade will Rozelle born Oct 28 ,
: Notice la hereby Cl.lillo': be presented in at Hendry
BOTTLED election I Is called to ; the themselves for, college life, and General 1
2 excellent corner lots. Both EVINRUDESales GAS first! Tuesday aster the tint Mon- raise their academic a song festival at the church the .Hospital, weighing 5 Ibs.
are 100' dar In November, 1ISS, the same standings until second SUDda.ln November.We 13 oz. ,
:x 100', with both sides
the fifth day of .November.IMS. they are ready for transfer
paved 1953 AppIianceaSaIeaService belnc are inviting all our friends to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corningare : j
price. between the hour of 7 o'clock
school at the end of their
and ServiceNew am. and 1 o'clock ,.m. on ald day any two worship with us.-Mrs. Emma the proud parents of a son.Charles .
Highway 27. BO lot in'best for the purpose of voting; the mlll- years Dixon reporter. Edwards Jr. born Oct 29at

part of town wm sacrifice for: and Used Haters age to be Rpeclal aaeeeeed Tax against School District HandryCounty Dr. Rollins pointed out the great Hendry General! Hospital The

quick sale. Little cash needed. Marine Hardware POWER GASCORPORATION No.1, the earn being, the entire In need for expansion of the Junior New Bethel AMEBev. young man weighed 7 Ibs. 7 011. at
of Hendry aa provided
County college ,system ,and of new university
I Parts and Aeeeseerles Section 110.14 Florida Statute. 1141. L. Holmes pastor birth. ,
excellent business zoned construction. He said there
and amended by Chapter II.TSS, I
to, from private party. On Marine Safety EqvJuneat Acts of 1S47. are now 92.000 ,college: students In Sunday, School I 9:30 *,jn. H. L.MoKire. .
paved road. ..... TCkesi S4U11 Only those wbo errs qualified superintendent j
Florida Edison
elector reeldlna In the district and Junior, now in its IDLA'S
CALL COLLECT: whose restoration I recorded and second doming Worship begins
WALDRON year has approximately ,,10.55: a.m.
4 excellent Iota. Zoned for R. E. who pa, tales oa real estate orpelutelnpupdNictlhali'be BEAUTY NOOK ,
duplex South Bay WY 64521HEND1Y nUUed students enrolled in its two year Evening Worship 7 p.mBible
duplex financing ar curriculum.Dr. :Reading ass.. Tuesday eve For That New Look I
ranged. The following' have been dealsr- ning. Tinttnr Stylist Cutting
COUNT explained bow the
WALDRON'S nated aa foiling places for conduct.
Excellent residential lot on Title & Abstract Co.. Ins said election passage of the Amendment No. 2 Rehearsals for Choirs Wednesdayand N. Appointments.
Friday and
Precinct No. 1 BUSTS' Garage Saturday
Seth side. Price.below mart MEATS: AND GROCERD3 'Tttle Ah&aeW-ll'We' tasaraaea Clewleton. r K on the Nov. 5 ballot will aid institutions Thursday evening .FI s. JmHa 11__. Freprletof I
value. PabUa SteBesrapaerrfceleeeprhur Precinct No. I Tire BUtlon. 1&. of higher' learning in the The pastor was in charm of services I
Open 7 a.m. to 1P.m. & 3 to 8 p.0. Bella state. throughout the day this
DwWleattagBridie |
Precinct No. I Courthouse, LaBelle
Trailers Six Days a Week: $R aid Park Ave.UBeOe. Precinct No. 4&I4. poll Office. Ft President Carl Hornsby conducted past Sunday and at the dale of i I

Fla. r. O. Bas MlOSaago Denavd the and the) evening worship the Golden
) meeting asked Carlos
4 city: ; lots, paved street, fencw. I (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY M261 Precinct No. I Suds Recreation, Hilton's Grocery
well' It CenterPrecinct Dickey to briefly review the amendments Trumphets of Miami were presented I i
pump septic tank Ispatio No. ( Annie Nail' House.
for House Trailer.. 10' :x For Your Spur of Moment Picnics For prompt. Efficient Precinct No. 7. City Hall, Clewla- on which citizen will vote' in a gospel concert and Groceries Fresh Meats i
5 u' Trailer ton. ..+ next week: enjoyed: by'a large' audience. VegetablesCold
included. Total price I Home delivery South
""M- and take Trailer Four Miles East of dewiiton Precinct No. S iCvraladi Ilaaoale You are always welcome to worship Drinks Essential Items
P 7menta. over OF THE MXAMX P*aAJ.D Ledf. Harlem VFW Post Drives with us.PERSONAL. We, Appreciate. Your Patronage ; .
Term .
to right party.w .
; Precinct No. t. CUwlaton Motor
sir sad Mrs. Tasmtaai
Bare Company CltwutonPrecinct ,
.. I bedroom newly- Call Bobby Giddens No. ,e. Masonic LodgeBuilding For Memberships MENTION rroprleten
-._ Band LaBllQuarter*. The Hawkins Kirk Gordon Post Mrs. Beatrice Wallace
condition inside TU J-1JM BY ORDER orfbaBoard of Pub ; accompanied
lilt. Ito Inatructloa f or.Hendry County, 4185 of the Veterans of Foreign by her brother: Amos Beck-

Cattlemen Florida, this 110>,.d a y of Septem- Wars under the direction: of Senior ton ]left,the city; Saturday afternoon .. .
Attention b.r.1563. rS. t 1
IncomeTrailer ;f yrflea. 'HO'JIIJJ' :BrTT taeonsry Chilrmae Vice Commander Harry BrasseQ for Atlanta Ga., to be'at the Harlem Club

New to the use to ........... and snpeitnfendentOf is shifting its: Membership Drive bedside of her brother who fs seriously Your Favorite Mixed Drink
Park !
* UA 27 East and five acres' roar debts with a hM terse fats I Nubile1nstr5I. .Io5, Into high with the mailing of spec- m. Cocktails
Merest rates wttfc I elf.N IlOct. 't4'. 111'1 al envelopes to all former mem- W. are very proud to know that Fried Chicken Sandwiches
.2 acres on U.s. 27. 190 front- ..... Mir 10. 11.
with I >ers. I Freddie Lee Canty Jr, has returned :Recorded Music Popular! Bands

**, Quarters.business and excellent Federal Land Bank -- Commander Bud Whidden has to his classroom activities after Mr. and Mrs. Win Wallace, i
This is cleaneIentable
a NOTICE called for all being absent due to
members to pay their ) illness.Mls. rreprfeton I
opportunity :err I I am no longer connected with tIa.Do.bl. I
: Martens
and Writs dues before December 1st in order < Womack Union
i looking for See .r A Rooflns Co., and am not d
-J quality W. L HAY reiponelble for Ate .debts put pr*- that; the Post may again receive Springs, Ala.. 1s the pleasant guest '
sent or I statewide of her mother Mrs LAWN 8EBVICK :. .
BdUOng : futU..L. ARRXNOTON recognition for membership Bertha Mix- | i
Good buys; in fish camps. sox Ml WafcaM CM Oct 15. No. 1.11. participation. on in dewiston. Efficient and Friendly; f

*** and highway frontage Bradeatea. Florida I Membership Is open to all veterans We want Your BusinessWe

OIl new U.S. 27 EastAcreage NOTICE OF DTTWTION TO who were honorably discharged I CARD OF THANKS aim, to satisfy

The REGISTER underlined FICTITIOUS.... hereby NAME cor.Ify : and served overseas in I wish to express my deep grab Allen's Service ;

Tampa Tribune that we are conducting; aa the Spanish American War World] tude and sincere thanks to my
Electronic Sale.. ajid\ Service .. War I: World War II. the Korean friends for making tt so rm. 1-C241 :
200 at Clewletont' Florida under the a
nee Ettert
Jr.. Proprietor
acre Ranch.: Som. in aid fictitious name of Aiaoulatod Elooronlc : Conflict and other smaller campaigns pleasant for me on my birthdaymany
1 gar cane balance in pasture. and that said firm M com- such: as the Berlin Airlift ,
Ft. Myers of the following
Vanes r posed personswhose
South of dewlston. name and place of residence present day Viet Nun, etc.

Call News Press aro aa follows Members will bold an Open \
Delivery r LOTTIB M. MOODY House at the Post Home on AH ELITE
Frank Home GROCERY
Denmead wo.CAMPBELLI'h ut Clewliton W. Ventura, Florida Veterans Day, November 11. starting ,
Real atate: Broker I 2-27J1 Ownership of Aaaoclatod Electron' at 8.30 pjn. following the regular r

111 J:. H PaM Ave ics U ai follow meeting at 7:30.: Groceries Fresh Meats
Fannl M. Mocriy Supplies ,:
0,. at TU 2-3421 Lottie M. Mepdy
"* aer.as tram Fair Grounds J It Is their Intw.tlon to apply to Veltre D
w the HATHCOCK'SAUTO ; the Curb of the CtroJt Court .? and AppointedFrank Cold Drinks Clewiston News
fenewtmr AsMdatea for Hendry County, Florida to re.- : Veltre. vice i
&TlCIIIJrBTA1JU.vr commanderand
TOAN1TA JOHNSON SALES A liter the said name Associated f
suvICa Electronic under th. provision ofChapter adjutant of dewiston Post No. Other Items If

CARROLL TU 2-1361 nATION file C'ln7 tofI N s *' 1MU loll.' law of Florida. Act 93, American Legion has been 1 .y...
L. BENSON rA10rhII v. MOODY appointed as a national committee For Information Cdl TU 27661ICIASSIFIIDADSIt '
TU S-1201
CH "I ,
w. some Oee -Oot at. 17. 14. It lilt E. Meade Wilson national execu:; I .

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I 11' j Page EIght THE Thursday CLEWISTON October NEWS 31. 1963 CI.wIItoa, I'lL Tigers Defense bruising back after Bd being Ram defeated last Avon week by Park the be boys crowend other and than during will football be halftime escorted players ceremonies by-, Starting Nov. 1st

The Tigers travel to
\ (Continued from Pact OM) Friday night for a Ridge Confer for the first time this year. ENTRY CLOSES 1:10 P.M. NOV. I, 1183
After holding itb* Warriors for ence game with the Red Devils A
.f I four down, Henry Bowden allced large crowd is expected to follow Named
: through the line on one of hi* patented the Tigers as they: seek to Improve Benson
i draw plays and ran 73 yards loss record.
their four win and two
4 i practically untouched for the Tiger The teams are expected to be evenly VP US 27 Group V
: final TD with 38 aecond thawIng matched and Bundy is hopingfor
on the clock Mauina'i kick another "all-out" effort by the Carroll Benson owner .
r ; BarB
0 I I of The Old South
was good and the hometown lads Tigers. Lake Placid will provide -q Ranch wa named vice president J x
lead 13-0) at halftlme. homecoming competition: here November
I II. Bowden' touchdown run turned 8th. of the Southern District US.
I.i I.i RESTAURANT into a footrace o with the Jupiter's 27 Association at a meeting held 8t
last week in Leesburg
'; fleet-footed Danny :Mills who came
'; out aecond best. Ray Cochran was elected president -
i: : Jupiter registered on the scoreboard High School and Mrs. Malpas was named
; has Helium Balloon to give each of in the third period after secretarytreasurer.The .
Tony a
f,,1.. : .: Dennis Wiggins intercepted a Maz: group combined with the Rt l sjli

I ,f; :1" his young customers for Halloween Tina scoring pass drive and with initiated Mills: going a 89-yard over News Notes Blossom 301 Association'Association and have the Orange united

,I'I :from the one. The kick was good In continuing: their efforts with the
State Road Department for improvement -
dewlston 13-Juptter 7. James E.Br.ndoG .
Supervising principal
1 11 and four-1a11ng of US
.' The Tigers marched to thetJu'eeo.1ard Secondary
attended a
27. AU three associations use portions
;-' Una from their own 22, Beachon
School Conference at of 27 in their routing from
.\ but were unable to SCOT in the and Tuesday
Sunday Monday
third and continued to con Ocala to MiamiBenson
,:' quarter
\\1 of this week.
reported attendance was
trol the ball the remainder of the
.1 STEREO JIFFIx gam*. Jupiter did start a short The CHS Student Council has good and the meeting was. one of
drivedrlve with five minutes on the announced plans for the annual the best ever heldYouth COLUMBIA 26'THUNDERBOLT'
clock which called for minor concern homecoming: parade which will be BIKE COWMBIA 2CTHUNDERBOLT> -
BUILT-IN to Tiger fans before being afternoon . ,.
I WITH held at 3:30 on Friday Shot With N-Ita.IIMt..lre&.uTI.M' BIKE
.. ..
halted the 40 1IDe.ClewlltOD'
on Tiger yard TykulirnwMnlwirilliilittarai Tw!
will .
November 8th. Three prizes ...... IN.tlhl1M. MM' l|
< '
Irani hadll. ..._. = : ,'fI.-
Bowden 45-
J touchdown called had back a be offered 120. 815 and $10 in cash Gun Sunday Here ihlrar1: II,.. Srifkt, fin-wifiM-n' ttY.. bar M IM dM 1It1.wa. ..=
yard run on
will be given to the winning floats.
FM/AM RADIO an apparent/ "quick whistle" and Winning points will be based on Wesley Smith was shot in the .
Bo Llnsey had a similar run call- scheme shoulder with a rifle held by Char- "Tnnllfonlc"Dor
neatness originality
ed back in the first half on a clipping in ]lea N. Sutton Sunday morning at ,-i MI_
and costs
carried out safety,
.' '
penalty. the home of Fred PostelL .
\ preparing float
Outstanding defensive play by Officer Charles McClelland 1* investigating PHONOGRAPH
we, Smltty Folhill and Al Worrell was Floats. will be Judged during the the accident and said n.r.n,1r41.d
noted as was offensive power running !parade and will be lined up 7th that had the bullet been one Inch lr r.. .:nand.,rrx.
8th, Pep dub Key Club llth 12th "." Nlw hi
MlMMpelle i.MNiw
by Henry Bowden. to the left it would have !severed '
; Coach Joe Bundy was exceptionally and Queen floats Last years the jugular vein. No charge have AUTORAMA ::, :.::
i : well pleased with the play of queens will ride in the parade as been filed pending completion of ,.. 'MLniMlIt ran.)Ia. fliwclixk i:::.::.-eve
the "entire" team and their come- win this years eight contestants: the investigation. < witk Nsw nil KMl tttw .M P"W.tin. .
,'. .
students from the .Nl"""" I NNNNniN. A MooIII
::1 I chosen by the
THE YARDSTICK senior classMembers fuele
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