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: November 7, 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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Homecoming Issue The' Clewiston News

Be 2 Sections, 12 Pages

VOLUME 36 -_ NUMBER 45 OEWBTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 3434. P.M. Subscription $4.00 year

et for Denaud Bridge '

r -- -- Amendments Approved; I

I spoliation of the State Road

fitment to install a bridge with Clewiston Enjoy I

D (foot horizontal clearance at n.DIUd !Appointment Rejected

will be reviewed at a pubic Quiet HalloweenHalloween i

/hearing to be held in the area, w4k
Lwrdlng advice received' by passed very quietly r I Hendry county voters approved number of vote, 766; 533 of these I was expected because no candidate
In dewiston and there were no reports all three proposed constitution were for and 233 against the were on the ballot to help

News from Senator Spessard of vandalism or malicious amendments on the ballot in Tues amendment The bonds for recreatlon I stimulate Interest

loIIaIId this week. mischief which were reported in day's election, voted against making amendment No. 3 on the ballot Vote by precinct:
other areas. the office of school superintendent drew 131 voters with 434 votIng I Precinct N*. 1. Oewktoo (Soft
I Holland aid be had rested -, A I
Senator The Lions dub Garage
Funlval went appointive, and approved for and 297 against the Issue
that the matter be need -over big with the youngsters, both the 10 mill levy requested by the There were fewer voters interestedin Amendment No.1: 91 for 58 '

and he ha been advised small and large, but particularly school board. I whether the governor is electedat against ,
with the preschool and elementary the same time the president of Amendment No.2: 118 for 32
the Jacksonville district enineeI' Only 824 votes were cast by the
will conduct m public hear- grade children. Wendell 3,567 qualified voters in the count the U. S. is elected; only 689 bal against
Whaley, who was the official ). The issue of appointing the loted on this issue; of these 362 fav- Amendment' No.3: 83 for 58
i in the area, and that a notice counter at the entrance door, ortd the proposed change which against
drew the
school superintendent
fa be issued shortly to that efKtttng stopped checking after he palled would move the Florida guberaa Appointing Supt: 27 for 125
largest number of voters, 800; they
eI, the date for the bear- 800, and those working at the voted 173 for appointment and 521 torlal (and cabinet) elections. to againstPrecinct

:ii, event believe 1,000 children were against appointment The "bondsfor the "off-year"; elections when ao No, 2. LaBelle (Fire
present at some time during the presidential issue is involved. Station
| bridge in question will spank college" amendment No. 2 on
two hours of the Amendment No.1 39 for 29
Funlval. : ,
Eleven absentee' ballot were
Calooiahatchee River at the the ballot, drew the second largest
f ti old wooden bridgeu Trick or Treaters were nevermore cast by voters who voted prior to againstAmend. I
where an
( condemned and removed more prevalent: in groups of threeor the election. Election results indicate No. 2: 47 for, 26 against II

The Hendry board five or more the witches, ghosts, LandownersCountyShare that those voters who did Amend. No. 3: 39 for, 28 against

11 year commissioners ago. and the goblins and all the merry little go to the poll bad studied the Appointing Supt 2$ for, 51 I

; county gnomes and elves and space men FOUR WAY TEST FLACQVE Is I presented to Chamber of Paving CostA proposals, and voted on those Issues against j
Road Department
:ate proposed and varmints knocked cheerfully Commerce: President More L. Bishop, left. by-Botany President on which they had personal Precinct Ne. 3. La Belle (Court
foot bridge which
In> Install an secured from another lo- on doors calling! out "Trick or Carl Hornsby. Rotarians hop the u* of the pUeqne will help proffer of landowners to pay convictions, since not all voters House)sAmend i

tatloo being and it ai "temporIry" Treat" and holding their bags for keep the public reminded the need for truth fairness and Justice $3,000 toward cost of paving one marked their ballots on'all issues. No. 1: 55 for, 40 against '
use a
fully able to stand the "Treat" which was always la all their dealing*.-STAFF PHOTO. 4 mile of the road known as "Blum- There was light rain early in, Amend. No. 2: 50 for, 35 against
bridge I forthcoming.. __ berg Grade" south of dewUton, the day and overcast clouds most Amend No. 3: 57 for, 34 against.

!traffic requirements at prepof Down town next morning Clew was accepted by the Hendry county of the day although the afternoon Appointing Sept: 30 for, 67
( and to replace it with a larger '
ston presented a completely Area in Board of Commissioners. hours againstPrecinct
pan i In the future when the need normal Workshop Clewisr County; were mostly clear, Voting
; and the larger appearance-no soaped windows Tuesday the board let the contract was light throughout the day a* No. 4. Denandi
i greater bridge no overturned park benches for the paving to Holland Amend. No.. 1110 for 12 against,
Ian be secured and financed. or garbage cans.J. For Operation Can Do Program Paving Company of Fort Lauder- Amend. No. 2: 15 for, 8 against

I No public hearing will be held on M. Wright counselor of the dale on a low bid of $30389.115. Salvation Army Amend. No. 3: 9 for, 13 against

i bridge, but some shipping Juvenile Courts in Glades and Hen- dewiston will be the site of one and .officials of the Small Bust The county thus will pay only Appointing Supt.: 10 for, 16

rests i and the Okeechobee Watery dry counties, reports that Halloween of the eight meetings held by the ness Administration. $38953 for Its share of the ran ConfersOn againstPrecinct \
y Association lodged protest at was quiet throughout the Florida Development Commission Chairman Jarrard said at the.of paving. The road is in an area Captain No. S. FeUa! t

he 110-foot) clearance Insisting the two counties and that all property under a program called OperationCAN meeting speakers will discuss rapidly! being developed by farm- Amend No.. 1: 12 for, 14 againstAmend. ,:, j

ridge! should have a 90-foot clear- damage in the entire twocountyarea DO, designed to assist non- en, ranchers and cane growers. County WorkCapt. No. 2:14 for, against. ; I
community analysis resource materials
would not exceed f 100.00. He Amend. No. 3 11 for 16
Dee, The Corps of Engineers' sub- metropolitan communities in developing economic I developmentplans Some citrus is being planted in : against ,
ntl1 denied the application.I said youths everywhere In the area "home-grown projects to Small Business Administration the area, and transportation is a Eugene Slusher of Salvation Appointing Supt.: 2 for 35 '

were well-behaved. Seminoles, boost their and growth", necessity for all of these opera- Army headquarters in Fort against
and loans
| The LaBelle Chamber of Com-] applications public
Negroes and Whites, and all deserved tions. visited Precinct No. .. Hooker Point ,
Myers dewistoo
according to Wendell Jarrard, assistance Friday to
eree, farmers and ranchers and recognition for their exemplary } utility community promotion Amend. No. 11: 12 for, S againstAmend ;
confer with Mrs.. S. Slonaker
Chairman-Director of the commisslon. and the techniques of industrial I The board held a special meeting P.
hers In the have
: area petitioned behavior.It .
No. 2 12 for 6 againstAmend. :
and other relative to the need tor : ,
The date is next Wednesday, development Monday to open bids for the
Corps of Engineers for approv- was hard to tell who was No. 3: 9 for, 9 against I II
Nov. 14.The paving. H. S. Parkinson, W. B. Salvation Army work in the Clewla-
1 ot f the 80-foot I Richard Brock representing the
bridge on thesIJ more pleased with Halloween, ton I Appointing Supt i 6 tor, 12
of f the great present need for the kinds, who seemed to have so workshop meetings take Florida Development Commissionwas Barron and Q. H. George, com area. I against
bridge and their name CAN DO from Community in dewiston last week making missloners, and Mrs. Dorothy Capt. Slusher nys the increase
i pointing out many much fun, or the adults who were Precinct No. 7. Clewlston (City I
lier Action Now Develops Oppor- for the all dark clerk were present in the number of transients and
: bridges over the waterway so happy over the quiet celebra- arrangements day I Ball)i
kith less than 90-foot clearance. tion. unitles. The dewiston meeting meeting which will be held at the This is the second time in thecount"a other population] increases will Amend. No. 1: 88 for, 81 against
history that landownershave bring about added need for assistance
--- wW cover the areas of Hendry, dewiston Inn on Wednesday. Oth- .
Glades. Lee (except Ft Myers! ) er workshop ate being held this volunteered to share the cost to people in the area. He I. Amend. No. 2: 111 for, 55 against
and Collier counties. The Wild- of road construction-p.vln Last commended Mr*. Slonaker and the Amend. No. 3: 87 for, 74 against
Hendry General Excellent program month in Madison, Starke, r''
35 for. 136against
Hospital wW search out each "Community's.. Jkbrstfgwtipoirwano, Beach. year Albert ,Mesa, president of community: welfare fund .administered .1. Appointing- Supt: -
I asaetl and liabilities) and define Blountstown aad -estvleW', Florid Cane Products, proffered through the Chamber of Com I
Ne. 8 Clewfatoa Bar
what is best to do and not to do ; and paid 11,200 toward a $$2,500. merce office, and said the Salvation Product .. (. '
Example According to Association toward improving their established saving Job on a short road serving Army wants to assist and tat :":10111)) '? '
I Amend.'No.Is 35 for 28 against
businesses and creating new ones. Hunt Area Opens the cane mill he was building on duplicate efforts or to replace any
Hendry General Hospital is an members of the hospital commisilon. They alao will formulate definite the outskirts of dewiston. I organization.The : Amend. No. 2: 40 tat, 25 against

ample of a well run, progressive 'plans with the help of the Development Friday At Noon I IJeyUa Army is bringing new emphasis Amend. No. 3: 32 for, 31 against 'i

iall hospital. Many of the man- No recommendations were made Commission and other to its work throughout Florida Appointing Supt: 8 for, 60

ement tools are developed to a by the American Hospital Association agencies( and groups to stimulate Garden ManagementArea HUNT AREA the Captain said, and will reactivate against
k Ant beyond that found in larger from the survey' however results local: growth and prosperity. I will be opened by the a committee In dewistoo, Precinct No. 9. dewbton. (Kelly j

dilution This can be accreditedthe will be tabulated for future Planners from the Development State Game and glib Commi- as It has done in many other locals:! Tractor)!. I
excellent and progressive reference by the Association. ties. Amend. No. 1: 35 for, 26 against I
Commission will meet with city sloe at noon on Friday, November OPEN EARLYThe
adershlp of the administrator Among those contributing to the and county commissioners, Chamber 8th,'*e hunters may re In Capt. Slusher Bald the Salvation Amend. No. 2: 40 for, 25 against j

|nt her management team. Therd excellent report are Mrs. Anna of Commerce and industrial and establish camp. Hunting, Army had answered the appealof Amend. No. 3: 32 for 31 against I

of Governor is also com- Mae Jones, administrator; Mrs. development committees, leglsla- however, Is forbidden until the Hendry County Hunt Area several unwed Hendry County Appointing Supt: S for, 60

fended for their active Interest Flo Dickson, director of nursing; ton, mayors, county agenti, ra'l-' mofuing of Saturday, November will be opened Friday afternoon mothers who needed assistance; against I
Dd 1 participation pathologist to that residents may set up camp Precinct No. 10. LaBeJleHarlemAmend. {I
in development Dr. John J. Krueger, ; road and utility representatives 9th. none of these were turned down; '
lid growth of the hospital," act Dr. Benjamin Guttman radiologist prior to the opening of hunting some received welfare assistancebut No. Ir 8 for, 38 against

rdlag t to Charles E. Womer ex- ; Crotty Bros. Food Service The above information was season Saturday morning. other did not and each case Amend. No. 2: 20 lot, 18 against ,

!raiser l of the American Hospitalasociatlon. who manage the dietary department Oops! Wrong PlaceOur given to the NEWS by Tom Club president diaries Wlesen- handled without welfare! assistance Amend. No. 3: 18 for 16 against ; .:

; and George Dickson Tech- Wsyman, Education and Information .fold said that permit were available cost the Salvation Army at Appointing Supt: 2 for, 40 I,',

TIlt management review was anlan in charge of the laboratory" attention has been called ton Officer of the State at Fry Hardware, and would least $350, be said. against :'1'

riot of Hendry General on departmentThe error in the story published last Game and Fish Commission' be throughout the season at the Capt. Slusher has been conferring Absentees t

Iober 25, under a grant from hospital commission, under week of a gunshot accident involv- Everglade Region previously announced $1.00 per' with Mrs. Slonaker on :local Amend. No. -: 3 for, S against I

i ford Foundation to determine which the' hospital operates is lug Wesley Smith. The location was entry. Funds will be used to provide needs, and will be able to render Amend. No. 2: 10 for, 1 against ; J

better the hospital has the prop- composed of Dan McCarthy John not in front of the Fred Pastel First national presidential nominating additional enforcement officers assistance to cases which cannotbe Amend. No. 3: 7 for, 4 against "

organization policies Corblnr Fred Sixes, of dew tome, as the story stated, but a convention in the U.S. during the last part of the ..a. handled through the limited local Appointing Supt 4 for, 1 j

-i, and facilities essential for iston and Robert Byrd and Blitz few blocks east of that location .was held in Baltimore in 1831. son. facilities. againstTotals '

lfecUve management The evatO Wegman of LaBeUe.Recreation I : 4

examination is voluntary Amend. 1: 362 for, 327 against. o"":+
f hospitals and consist of check- Amend. 2: 533 for 233 against ,I 5 i
Meet Have bill
A. O.
IJiumerous documents and dis- you a $3 Ward hast! Amend. 3: 434 for 297 against .I r

III with key hospital per- Of 3-County GroupA Appointing Supt! 172 for 627

the administrator and Joint meeting of the county sea Do you have a $3 bin handy T a $50 note is dated Oct 25, 1830; against Number voter registered. 3,567.

reation chairmen of Glades, Lee ,You don't and the chance are you a $100 note 1* dated 1839, and I Number vote cast 824.
Driver's License and Hendry counties war underway think no one else hUt either. But these two are signed by :Morton B.

at press time in the amber I you'd be wrong on that score, for Samuel, president and by H. Durham Millage Election

Sold In Mornings of Commerce office in Cr+stOL tendry County Tax Collector, A. Samuel, cashier. Sam Hour Approving mill levy

Jack Try chairman of the Hendry O. Ward has a $3 bill conveniently ton' signature appear .on a 120 Total vote, 268 for. 84 against

B ". Hendry Comity raboffloe ta. representative of the Okeecbobee paid their taxes with It. either. : :, Precinct 2: 29 for, 24 against .

Dewlatoa during the morning Waterway Association's recreation The $3 bill 1* part of a very in- 1839.There are. a few of the Precinct 3: 42 for. 28 against
.. now
[ rstaly.p4 mlttee and the aim of the meeting Central resting collection of money which 1.00 bill of the US. government, Precinct 4: 11 for, 4 against

tide Representatives of the Mr. Ward has been collecting: tormaD1ear' sire IHx7H inches, long since I Precinct 5: 21 for 0 against
a newchedale Jndp District replaced
.... and Southern Flood and his glass covered by today'* smaller bills Precinct 6: 9 for, 0 against
Panon cone
aaaesaee the Joint
.. were meeting with ases have currency and coinswhich Precinct 7: 17 for, 0 against
H license win be add dor.nL mltee, and the aim of the meetingwas have quite a lot of historic! POSTAGE CURRENCY
Precinct 8
27 for
: 10
tile ***** ...... ... to form a TrtCounty Recreation value, though they are useless Perhaps the most curious of the against
Precinct 9: 35 for against
Licenses ,
may be pweUsed Development Commission l to II a medium of exchange today; I currency 11 i the pottage, or frac
alee Precinct 10: 7 for :3
I'' the east houoe ta La plan Jointly for recreational fad> The coin collection is best tional currency, issued by the against

lar Belle It any tIa.e: darbi rege'. ties especially along the Caloos. known, and usually receives the I United State., and used a* postage -

effIce> boar*. hatches waterway from Lake Okee- most attention from visitor. currency. This currency undated

*t chobee to Fort Myers. There are coins which have been is marked "Receivable for Teach your Youngsters I
present Mr*, be* Tee- all U.S. stamp"' and U In denominations
entitled as approximately 1150-
mare beta of LaBella; I* handling Backs IntoVolkswagen 402.. Britain; 450-400 B. C. Greece of 3c, 5c. lOc, 25o and traffic safety I
i sale In dewbtoa; her Truck BOc.
00-350 B. C Metapontum and 317
bona are tram t ..... tU i iI DOOIIo TuesdayArthur to 310 B. C. Didrachum. Mr. Ward owns but does not I' rtftWfJj

of Altoona More recent coins are from display, a complete set of the U.S.

I Norman Edwards D.dewiston Bertha was taken to Sweden. the Netherlands Ger- fractional or postage currency. $
Lake France, Portugal, .:. This sets are mounted on a shield-
Tuesday many, PAil
erg ; es Injury Hendry General of HospItal shock following Venezuela, Panama. Spain, Chile A. 0. WARD Examines; Free Press CoinS. shaped background suitable for AWAY
Edward* escaped seri- for treatment framing and were cold
of Cuba Ri-nzll: and Old Chnia. For to raise
bicycle inJury Friday afternoon a* thetruck an accident at the Intersection shortly be- good measure' ,-in-the-coin 1 case are 1. Campbell, president and F *o>. president and G. M. WO- funds very much a* government

be was riding wu Bond Street and US 27 some mementoes of World War n M. Akin, cashier, signed the note. lets Cashier bonds and savings stamp are sold .J ,

a ear driven b1 Carolyn Sue tore DOODoAecordlnl Ernie Slnv da'l-.n RAF emblem and shipbuilding There is a $5 bin from Farmers There la a $100 bill from Clinton. today The set is valued at $200,

'IIIffer A of Clewiston to Officer the acd- medal and Merchants Bank of Memphis, Bank of New York, dated Dec. 2, and was presented to Mr. Ward

Whale0rdin8 to Officer Wendell mons, who Inwatllated of Plant inSTOKIC CVMENCYBut Tina., dated March 1. 1854, L 1830 signed by Peter Morton president by Voce Babcock whose father : :

a aDd Ernie Simmons who dent Edward L.semMraUer Lane rig the case with currency Stalker, president W. dark, cash and Wm. H. Townsend, cash had obtained it many ;year ago

.....atigated. the accident, Edmonds I Sped a the red I light will be area! eye-opener to thou ier. ier. This' and other bills of approximately The Confederacy i 11 represented
n bOte GUt from to order not who examine them closely. They There is one of the first issue the same date were printed by a $20 bill, Issued by the Confederate .
? >Into the alley behind Pat r and wa backing up erUne.In contain several bills more than of $1 bills ever printed by the U.S. on one tide only of parchment State of America at Rich

w" l'1meral Horn and the SchafI to block: the Intersection bad pulled In c di, 100 years old. There are banknotes Government It I Is dated August 1, and are well preserved. mend Va., it* capital, on February

ear tr wUng east truck him. the meantime in his some numbered by hand 1862. There is $2 bill from SAM HOUSTON SIGNATURE 17, 18 4. This bill Is signed by S. TRAFFICCity

"Dtm.,. to the ear was estimated mid cowtbeCbigatruck b1 the official of the bank, who Easton Bank, Easton prima, When Texas Wens Register treasurer of the t
was a Republic
W and approximately the also signed them Individually dated May 2. 1838. Confederacy. v r
-50e 1250 b1 the officer issued Its own currency and Mr.
damage to the bicycle. Ed- aD estimated care1eudr1vInI The signature are legible today, Tae $3 bin wa* limed Aar Ward Tae The cases also contain currency
QIoada charged several of these la
+ war bruised and scratched Lane was fan accident There .Is a $1.00 bank cote from rut II. ISM lo y the B.H' collection Two bear the signature his from Denmark Indonesia China, of Clewtston d r
IJT ***** and ceusingby Burk County : Egypt: Japan France, / j
emergency treatment who was assisted b1 the Bank of Tekama. Bead Baak of New York. amd of Sam Houston. They are "The Belgium,
"' liecadry General Hospital. No SJmmODI Nebraska, dated Sept 11, 1837. was signed ky f', !. WSfllan Republic of Texas" Germany Chile Cube Chihuahua.
-lea were filed.! Chief WendeU Whaley. currency one, Costa Rica, Mexico and Brazil Police Department "


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:, I Ij I .11I. Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, J'la TWENTY YEARS AGO to England in time for breakfastthe ..........
Thursday, November 7, 1963 Section On (From Clewlston News, tame day. ....

}' 1 Sonny Sez I Nov. 5, 11M3)) Let's take advantage of this 8 off 1<<4-1355
J I & A frame building was being constructed -the time to make a few
i, Congratulations in Order at the Clewiston school buck L VI lag

j for the vocational agriculture First, we go to the bone races
y Congratulations are certainly in order for a happy Halloween Football fans have known and classroom M. H. Sharpe was the at some big track near N.Y. After
I in Clewiston.j beard "Sugartlme" for several ag teacher. The' county: commJ some long shot comes in with size Thurmond W.

I' j There's plenty of glory to go around, and we may be free weeks as the Clewlston band presented loners helped by providing the able odds, we write down the win Knight
with it at halftime recently; the foundation and the ag boys installed ner's name and dash to the airport. "Accredited
compliments. Avon Park band played it again pipe, constructed screenblackboards All we have to do then is buy a Farm & Land Broker"
: Biggest share of the credit to the who did
goes youngsters, Friday night; and for the remainder cabinets, etc. ticket around the globe, fasten our
i not find it necessary to destroy or mutilate property to have of Clewiston residents, it takes Mrs. May Hlne was appointed seat belt and settle back. NoteDon't : fhurmond Knight Realty Inc:. OI'J'ICII

: ; Halloween. fun. only a glance at their car, clothesline second grade teacher to relievecongested a go around the world in the Do. MM, Blrl.,. ...,.. 2010 )lyeppe
"Big share of credit to the Lions for their unselfish labor to or porch, to know that it 11 classroom' of 57 pupils wrong direction or this scheme Wwt P"lm R..,... 1'tereaaIMAGINEft 1U11tra I

f produce..the Funlval, and to Gene Fuller, and others who helped indeed "sugartlme" in dewistoi PTA netted $950 on Halloween will end up very badly
,-oil lor the fun of it, and not to make moneyl! the annual selge of smut and carnival! Shirley Krueger was Halloween According to the latest poop regarding ---.;;:
II Big share of credit, too, to the mothers and fathers, who soot begin with the starting of Queen this supersonic speed I'
passed out instructions and advice,-usually summed up in the mill and burning of cane. The ag students organized! a Future phenomenon you should arrive
one brief, word,-NQI -, Farmers chapter with Richard back in New York the day BE-
i And if more credit is needed, we are happy to share it with] i it Football fans in Avon Park drew Pape first president.Dr. FORE you started. That is of
several short breaths as Al :Mor- Tom Carpenter entomologist, course barring trouble encountered !
t the law enforcement officials, who were on hand both early and any !
rell ran off the field shortly, be- talked to Klwanians on Insects: and such as being grounds
; late, and did not intend for trouble to develop. No one was fore halftime holding his right
their effect on our lives. in England because of fog, or getting i
( happier than they, that their services were not needed. hand, with the little finger dangling Post Office personnel advisee left in Singapore while takinga
Congratulations on a Happy Hallowe'en, and many hap. at an awkward angle. Al gritted folks to use 3c stamps instead of quick side trip with the cute only premium of $50.00 you can insure .
jl py returns of the day! his teeth and puckered up as 2c stamps on Christmas cards .0 stewardess.As child
the doctor gave a quick yank they would be delivered as first soon as your sleek, needle your (age 0-14)) for $1,000. Life protection

'its OK, let me go" a pieceof class man, and go more rapidly! nosed plane lands back: in N.Y., until age 21 I I
I Veterans Day tape and the Tiger stalwart was Rev David C Hancock, of Ke- hurry to find! every bookie Joint
back in business. D1. minister In the city Bet S with
i wanee was the new every you can Employers Life Insurance
J Next. Monday is All Veterans Day. We can learn of no -II- of Community Church. scrounge for the same horse to I Co., of America.

I tl' programs or public observance of the day this year, but we The sudden passing of "Pop" The Naval Air, Station of Fort win that you saw win at the same

J know that in many hearts the day will not go unnoticed. ,Memories Redish stunned the community Lauderdale warned boatmen DOt race :yesterday. You'll clean the See
I! are not yet so dim that we cannot recall, with painful Sunday, as he was one of the real to enter a designated area of Lake bookies so badly they won't even
pioneers in the area, having Okeechobee whole was being need have enough to payoff the fuzz.
detail., the anxieties; of twenty years ago when the war was at moved here in 1932. He
its height exceptionally for practice bombing area by naval Now, 'there's just one thing
workedas BewdsleyNashInsurance
well known havlnk
Our Hendry county lads were scattered all over the globe meat market manager for planes. '. which might give us some serious
Lt. Pharls Weekley of LaBelle, trouble It concerns something/
They were in points of danger. They were building airfields arklnson's
d many Grocery many years
reported milling, was officially reported that might happen at he track
in,the South Pacific flying missions out of the Aleutians and has served
g ; ; ago as Evergladesfire killed in action on August 1 when we're gleefully watching the
j bombing the Ploestl oil fields; fighting in the South African deserts warden until his unexpected In a raid on Rumanian oilflelds. tame winner come cladding across Agency

t ; they were at the ready bases in England; they were in pass !l. General EDt, writing his parents, the finish line in the exact same Phone YU 2-7501
the frozen north; they were In training in all parts of the United said "He is one of the great race we saw the day before. I for NEW,OFFICE ciewiiton
I Haven's HOUESi S Aid ..
Moore acceptance to C PolL
States. heroes of this war. His name has one am certain to go stark raving CLOSED ALL
d \ That ,most of them returned to their home soil to take up play In the Citrus Bowl at Inverness been indelibly written in this na mad if this problem occurs to me.I DAY SATURDAYS

JI" i civilian life, does not lessen our deep feeling of pride'in their i on November 29 put the tion's history." Lt Weekley was mean, what. are you apposed
those who had been
damper try-
: accomplishments, nor our grief for those who lie now in foreign to betweenthe posthumously awarded the Distinguished to do if :you find YOU right there -- -
soil lag instigate a game Flying Cross. beside> you, carefully. Jotting down
Terriers and Clewlston. MH
i Veterans of the United States, here, there and everywhere, will play Florida Air Military his nag's name and getting readyto

i we salute you. Academy of Melbourne in the postseason TEN YEARS AGO the catch world a? supersonic flight around 3,500 Acres for Sale

classic. The neighboring (From Clewlston News,
community has gone wild with Nov. 5, 1953)) Yaaaaaaaaaal
: :; 1' Do You Know This Man? football fever and the first football The Florida Highway Patrol as- Deep Muck, on Rock Road South.

.- team in seven years has responded signed Heywood K, Jones to the
Word of twentieth American SebringClewistonSwap
picture a century :
,,' I
with a seven win-no loss ClewUton area, recognizing the
j 4 "' : ,A .young man lived with his parents in a public housing record. The spirit is so high that need created by Increasing trafficon Cars Sunday Perimeter Dike, but otherwise unimproved
'i development He attended public school, rode the free school is time
recently several of the businesseswere U. S. 27. This the first
bus and in the free lunch He entered 1961 Nash Rambler was stoln -
participated program. the has been
closed on Saturday as a highway patrolman assigned in Clewiston. from
Sunday night
the army, then upon discharge retained his national service In. residents' followed the team to to Eastern Hendry County. Leon Bembry and recovered Mon

surance. He then enrolled in the state university, working part Ft Pierce to witness a 64-0 Emma Jane Ezelle and Kathy day by the Sebrtng police department Prices and, terms
time in the state capitol to supplement his GI education check. laughter of Central Catholic To Webb were among college students The same evening Officer

Upon graduation he married a public health nurse and my alma mater, the best at Inverness. performing> in Homecoming: entertainment S. M. Price recovered a Studebaker -
bought a farm with an FHA loan; and, then obtained an RFC at University of Florida. which had been reported stolenin Extremely Reasonable.See .

loan to go into business. A baby was born in the county hos- Emma Jane was one of four tea- Sebrln,. Price chased the car
a pital. He bought a ranch with the aid'' of the veterans' land Lured trampoline performers at the around Clewiston and towards

,/ program and obtained emergency feed from the government Gator Growl and Kathy Swam in looker's Point where is was abandoned

.' 1 Later he put part of his land in the soil bank, and the pay- )| the Swlmcapades.High in the brush its driver getting

\ merits soon paid off his farm and ranch His father and moth water conditions had wild away in the night

i ''I. I er lived very comfortably on the ranch on their social security THIRTY YEARS AGO animals wandering from the usual Officers Price and R. D. Sap. 1 E. BEARDSLEY
i habitat and Ralph W. Bishop reported pington caught David Gene Wood
I ( and old-age,assistance checks. REA lines supplied electricity,
{From Clewlston News,
,i"" '..I'. the government helped clear his land. Nov. 3, 1933)) seeing a deer near the ridge stealing gas from an auto Tuesday REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKE
I morning about 1:05: and Wood fled
The showed him how to it the horne of his parents, the R. M.
:;t 1 county agent terrace ; gov- the scene in his car. After being
eminent built him a fish pond and stocked it with fish. The "Kiwanls Field, a lighted diamond Bishops.FULLER'S
caught by: the officers, he Clewwton
was Phone YU 2-7501
ball field, dedicated with
G government guaranteed him' a sale for his farm products at was charged with petty larcency and
ceremonies in which players of six
highest prices. driver's license.
local teams, each in uniform,
i" ;r '; Books from the public library were delivered to his door. were introduced on the playing FOLLIESBy

He banked money which a government agency insured. His field. The address was made by C. ---

: children grew up, entered public schools, ate free lunches, rode P. Hammersteln of Hollywood, past AL FULLER 100,000 MILES AT OVER 105 MPHl
I ?' free school buses played in public parks, swam In public pools, president of Hollywood club and now TO GET RICH
I and Joined the FFA. He owned an automobile so he favoredthe editor of Kiwanis magazine.The IN ONE DAY

federal highway program. Kiwanis diamond ball commission
i He signed a petition seeking federal assistance in develop- whose work resulted in First of all, let's have a little Comet
securing the field, were H. A. Hester understanding. We all know there'sno
f 'ing an industrial project to help the economy of his area. He
Dave Alston, M. W. Bigg, Tom absolute honest way to become
leader in obtaining the office and federal build-
was a new post Durability Run
I Shelley and Earl Fontaine. wealthy in one day. So if you have : l
"f fir' lug, and went to Washington with a group to ask the government Twenty-seven golfers from Fort such high standards BO as not tobe $ ,

p., to build a great dam costing millions so that the area ){[yen played in Clewlston defeat- tempted by this foolproof toughest challengeof
,could get "cheap electricity". lag the locals in the first intercity scheme you'll Just have to go on)
,. He petitioned the government to give the local air base to match ever played here. Local wearing last yearns/ socks.

the county. He was also a leader in the movement to get his layers were Lloyd Sparrow, pro, Secondly you'll have to follow automotive

I specific type of farming special tax write-offs and exemptions. J, H. Harrington, F. Deane Duff, very closely on this. :Mostly because -
Of course, he belonged to several farmers organizations. but Emmett Shelley, A. L. Hackett. M. I don't quite understand it stamina ever
"denied thai they were pressure groups P. Peterson, H. R. Hall, W. C myself. Especially the ending is

., Then, one day he wrote to his congressman: Owen, C. J. Lovvorn, H. A. Bestor, onfuslng.Thirdly. faced On;; Sept 21, we set out to test the stamlns sntf
"I wish to protest these excessive government expenditures A. F. Gallant, Keith Hartsfield, C. for goodness sake don't! rugged construction of a specially equipped and

} r$ and attendant high taxes. I believe in rugged individualism. ,I O. Vlnson, Troy Puryear, Bill lab to anyone about this cheme. prepared torn of 1964 Comets at Dsytona Fie
Prewitt, N. I* Hemenway, Ken You know how word gets around
.think people should stand their own two feet without expect-
; Fields, Father Finnegan, etc. Mrs. and there just ISn't enough loot I1119pA
big handouts. F, Deane Duff and Mrs. Wra.edelshelmer to go around for everybody. And
I am,opposed to all socialistic trends, and I demand a return played the only worn- what fun would it be if EVERYONE
to the principles of our Constitution and the policies of states en'. match. was rich? Hmmmm. Come

r rights. Spadaro Contractors: unearthed to thing of it anything would beaD
I 'i r ". (-From the American, Brookeville, Pa.) some interesting fossil remains on I ImprovementWell

construction work In the FUheat- i here w. go. Have you read

1 log Creek area.J. I lately about the new supersonic
'\ e ? Something to Think About T. Campbell, Corps of Engineer I jet liners! which am right now on
employee was killed In a i production lines! These fabulous
r, In 1950 there were 2 million youths reached driving age, gunshot accident, while fishing I jets will sip! around the earth so
and only 1,350,000 of them received any driver education alone at Lake Klcpochee. H. had fast they'll actually beat TIME.In .

{ ''i'I t training. taken the gun along hoping to find I other words you'll be able to

In 1962 3 million youths reached driving ager:: and only} 1 1I ,- I some ducks. eat lunch in N. Y., then room overIEFORE .
I 790,000 of them received driver education training.In 3 ,

1975 4 million youths will reach driving age. Unless

(." I something is done to narrow the,gap, there will be about 2Vi

'( million of them without driver education training. T r.. These miles' Comets Average drove speed day 0| the and night for 100,000 During this challenging' : event these Cameo\ i-

1 It is something to think about it.ph-lneludestlm for Iwdear-cw109 wrote the record book,set over 100 world records.
I I K lt/4J refueling! sad maintenance, Many were once held by .famous foreign/ csn

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W.M.S. Planning Meet be In charge. Other plans were Hooks, Iteddlng J Blount Eddye I lof dewlston; the daughters Mrs Oewlston Ha. November THE CLEWISTON 7 1963 NEWS SecJon One Page Threes ,

\ made for promoting the work of the Hospital Notes Currie, Minnie Golden, Elizabeth Doris (Manning, Sr.) Carter of Thursday ,. -

Held By Baptist society in the church for the com Patients admitted-Airs. Dorothy I McKinney, Frank E Parkinson, Oewlston and Mrs. Christine (Melvin 1--- i
lag year.A Faye Cody, Ethel Dozier, Betty ) Carlton of Ocala; the sisters
Billie, Pauline Canter, Linda Edwards -i Belle
committee of thewoman' Mrs. C. W. McDonald.
executive Cartello, Dorothy Billie, Linda Edwards -
The delicious Roxanna Sanders, Howard
Society of the luncheon was served FanniePowers Glade Mrs. J. S. Hanna. Florence
Missionary Martha Jumper ;
at noon. Barrett, Mamie Blgelow. Betty
Baptist Church was held at Attending were the Mesdames Joyce Osceola, Mamie a C.. Mrs. Mable Brewer I
Caatello, Vera Moulton Florence
First Maxwell Dawns ,
Goldie grandchildren
with Mri. W. F. Nail Dun- Ie1aw. Ludowicl Ga., twenty
the church away, Mildred Wood, T. L. Tanner Scott, Elizabeth McKinney Faye and one great grand child
presiding Alvina Whittle W. F. Nail, T. Cody, Ethel Dozier Redding J. also survive. i

Mission study chairman. Mrs. C. Yon Richard Bethea Boss LaByer' Blount Mrs Myrtle Hooks Martha Funeral services were held yesterday

\ Unwell Dawns presented plan for George Llneburger, William Thomas, Frank E. Parkinson. I OBITUARIESL. at the First Baptist Church,
I of the book "Mandeldaum Thomas, Robert Kelly, A. R. Patients remaining Martha dewlston with the Rev, Henry
study on November 26th; Mrs. Broadfoot E. M. Cornette, A. H. Thomas Howard Barrett, Dollle: HorreU Ford, of the Community
imei McDaniel. who made a trip King, Robert Stacy and R.E.Stevens. Hillls, Thomas Hlllls. Ruth Presbyterian Church officiating. 1 1I.

I B the Holy Land In the spring; will Lane Agnes, Bill Florence, Malcolm Scott, vaUhn'j 1 C. RediaL, Sr. Cemetery Interment with was Pattison in RId Funeral lawn

Death Unexpected Home in charge.Samuel .

Clewiston I The unexpected death of Leon
Directory Carlisle Radish Sr., 70, a 31-year T. Kelly
resident of Qewlston saddened the
IT. MARGARETS CHURCH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST, CHURCH community Sunday afternoon. Mr. s. T. Kelly, father of Loyd and N. .JOHNSON AND W, A. MOORE president aad leeallDaaarer
North Atlantic Street Rlrhway: 721 CHURCH OF GOD Redlsh had been hospitalized witha Robert Kelly of Oewlston, and respectively: Inter County Telephone System: are sheen foUewtag
208 312 8. raeUle Ana.ephone
YUkon Mill Rev. Vie Turner Pastor Rev. kidney ailment only the day be- brother of E. E. Kelly of dewliton "eaKHir eeremenlea to Direct Distant Dialing la Moore
Joe Coleman
Clewiston Florida tiS a.nv-Sundty School 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School fore and was in satisfactory condition and Waynesville, N. C. died In a Havea.
11:00 when his death occurred sud Missouri hospital Saturday Mr.
a.m.-Morning \
Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service official call direct dial
Rev. Larkin L Connolly 6:45 p.m.-Training Union 7:30 Evening: denly. An autopsy revealed that a Kelly bad been ill for a few weeks Moore Haven Now "first'1 y present
p.m.- Worship In,. Telephone dignitaries
1:00 a large artery In hit heart had and was a patient In the hospital.His
& p.m.-Evening WorshipOateHtons nip-
S 7:00
Wednesday Johnson
Sunday Masses a.nn. pan. : Included president J. N. ;
tured causing almost instantaneous wife was' Injured In a fall
Weekday Mad 7:00: .m. ell: sdayPrayer: Meeting p'Oa' Prayer Service deaths about a week prior to his death and Has Direct Dialing D. T Shearer assistant, general
Da 7:00 p.m. D. J. Hfltnn district
Saturday from to 5,' 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor : Mr. Radish had com to dewiston was also hospitalized wit-a serious 'Elaborate ceremonies test Wednesday manager manager;: W. A. Moore, local. : manager
COMMUNITY FtESBYTEUAN, from Jacksonville In the depression. back Injury, In Moore Haven, put into
T to' p m. and M. W. Mats,-commercial
tad ;
47 nerd Faba Aveaaa ,"Job were very scarce Loyd,Kelly was preparing to fly operation "direct distant dialing"with
AS8.. Henry a Ford. Minister COMMUNITY TENTECOSTAL In those days,'and whea I learned to Missouri to see ala parentswhenwordcame'ot the cutting over to the new manager. building was Decently
CLEWISTON .L'I'IU The ,new :
THE or GOD a.m.und y School HOLINESS CHURCH there were jobs la Oewiitea his father's death $129.000: Installation by Inter County completed on :US 27 and contain
11:01 a.m.-Morning Worship Seelk Cfewbstoa came down went to work and soon He'' left ton the 'plane',be was Telephone System.
F. KIa..... 'Paster public 24-hour Fong Foyer, -
.Jtsses 11:00 a.m.-Nursery la the sent' for famllr..W. haw all a
Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor aiy 1e1llllq.to.t eb" visit, and Prominent person from the the new equipment which, allows -
Sunday "' House 10:00 ajxw-Sunday School loved the community ever*since".* hi* wtfevatfct M*.grad Robert community were on band to eee to Immediately
Sunday Worship School.! 11:00 10:00AduM : 1:00 nv-Westminster Fellow 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship he liked to tell friend of tug burly ..* ,...*Howed.4a'a/few ....*.. Mayor James Woodward make the the use 600 DDD.telephone'WIth'few exceptions
7:45: p.m.-8ua.lu'Enl l1lt1e dayaa s Funeral'MfVta: were.MJ4.Maa- "
Teeth Wore 11:00Prayer : : Service. Mr. 'Red} h"wii'market"mana area resident were-allowed '
day afternoon In the First BaptistChurch blood donors .because of her impending lame-DUmber. and
Hour 7:00 7:30 I i to keep
: p m.-Choir Practice Wednesday: ger for Parkinson's Store as long In ICeame,..
7:30Itasosy ,heartoperation; change was for patrons t
the ,
Evangelistic! Rally : 7:49: p.m.-Prayer Service as the store operated a grocery greatest
\ : CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Friday:. and meat department In recent Survivors are her husband' son, to dial five digit Instead' of

Orchestra Practice. 7:00: ATOSTOLIC FAITH 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service years he has been an EvergladesFire Mrs. James A. Nobles George, and. daughter: Nancy, of four'as In the. pastA :
Wednesday: Soda Ctewlstea Warden and was serving In Pleasantville N. J.t sU: brothers, buffet -diDDer wee served,to t tpreNn"'fo1o'NDI

Christ's Ambassador, 7:45: Bro. Luther Dixoa, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST that capacity at the time of his Message has reached dewUton and eight sisters.-. those, > the brief

10:00 a.m.-Sunday School 30. South Central Aveaaa death. of the death of Mrs James A. ceremony.SPECIAL.- r'j

nut UAri76T'CHURCB 11:00 m.Preaching Earl Arnold, Minister Mr. Redish was born in Palatka (Priscilla) Noble during heart
IK E. Teatara Anew Tuesday: Sunday Sept. 22, 1893, and VFW Open House
moved to Clew- surgery' at Peter Bent B.gham; Hospital.
7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 10:00: a.m.-Bible School .1
limit in 1932.Surviving .
145: s.m. Sunday School Boston, on Tuesday
Friday: 11:00 a.mWorahlp On Veterans Day
Service are his wife, four 22nd.
1100: s.m.-
145: p.m.-Training Union p.m.-Younl People' Meet 7:00 p.m.-Worship sons and two daughters, and three Mr. and Mrs. Nobles resided in I
fag Wednesday: All veterans of the area are cordially
100 -Evening Service sisters The sons are Carrol W., Clewiston moving away last year.
: p.m.
7:30 invited House
Midweek to Open to
Devotfo an
p.m.- Ernest R., Jack Ro, and L. C. Jr., Recently appeal made for $139.50 i J
Wednesday: ST. HAaTL"n CHURCH and Bible Study an was be held at the Hawkins Kirk Gordon They were
7.00 \j.m.-Offlcers and Teachers ( -
) Post 4185 Veterans of Foreign 1
Meeting 207 North PscUle FIRST METHODIST CHURCH TURNING LEAVES Wars this coming Monday, Sofa Bed and <,:: i
Midweek Service
100: p.m.- Prayer 331 W. Osceola Avenue
The Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar November 11 th. The only requirement '1

Sunday Services: Rev. David A. Denslow, Pastor bring with us a changing In for attendence Is that you '
Practice seaion. Chair
45 m.-Cholr
7:30: a.m.-Eirly Eucharist 9:45: a.m.-church School these days of uncertainty how wonderful are an honorably discharged vet Matching G
10:30: a.m.-Family Service and 11:00: a.m.-Morning service .1 It Is to eran. The Post wishes that you fabric I
\ place our faith and trust In Turquoise
Church School. 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship \ on Join with them In commemorating t
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment. :. !'&. unchanging Christ. Have you accepted :All Veterans Day. The Open House with extra arm covers

Sooth ClewlsUn Thursday: .:\ Him as your personal Saviour? will start at about 8:30. '
Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor 7:30: p.m.-cbolr Practice ( Commander Bud WhIdden will $99.50Reduced ,
NORTIISiDE MISSIONARY J.,,. Christ the lame yesterday/ and
145 a m.-Sunday School 1
fj today and forever." Hebrews 1 13i8 conduct the regular meeting starting $10.00 weekly
H:00 a.m.-Worship Service OF CHRIST at 7:30: p.m. This is a half
7.00 p.m.-Baptist Training Unlos.S 304 N. Prtaclico Street (ChrlsUaa) hour earlier than usual and was until sold. j
,00 p.m.-Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium Community Presbyterian Church
set up so that more time could be Custom draperies and traverse
Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunda1 School John C. Scheffler, Minister 407 Royal Palm Avenue
devoted<< to the Open House red I.
100 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Bible School HENRY HORRELL FORD, Minister While there will be no formal Free estimate
Wednesday: 6.30: p.m.-BTC 11:00 a.m. Communion and Worship
T:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Service 9:45: "A.M. JJlUe!! _School. 6.00P.M.: Youth Fellowship I ceremonies Officer Doug. this Pearcy year,and Post Auxiliarymember Service Cothern'sCustom .:
Thursday: Wednesday: Wednesday ", T 11:00: JLM. Worship Van
Mrs. Eula O'Neal will
100 p,m.-Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study .
SERMON SUBJECT decorate the graves of the 33 veterans Upholstery

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1! and other blossoms, and with Phi sorority la selling Kathryn sorority projects to
U Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla white tapers In silw candelabra. Belch Katy Bids and Mrs. Lei- lunches for ch11dren raise in fuoda At
bi H I Thursday October 24, 1963 A wedding cake was topped with land's Christmas candles to raise Detd.

1<< minatuie bride and groom, n I served with punch, nuts and mints Anyone Interested may see any hu assumed management
HH I to the guests, sorority member or phone Mrs. R. dry Auto Parts this week, of
t i _, Assisting in serving were Mrs.H. L. Adams at YU 31572. Dick Dall1s. former
1 T Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Dan Sullivan The check presented to the Clew accepted a position manage<-.
\ I \ \ .1 V ewe id f. Mrs Charles E. Miner and lston Lunch Room manager by the firm up left With a pry
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I omen Mrs. Phillip Thlelen. chapter recently Is the result of for his a Viand lmmed1a1elJ,
Out of town guests at the wedding -
were Mrs. Phillip Thellen, -

; j' Bride-Elect Is Honoree Thursday Night I Debbie Pahokee Chastain, :Miss Judy and Mrs.Platt,Bennie Miss .

Sims Pahokee.
Mri. R. D. Sapplngton and Mri Grant, Anna Postell Donna RedUh, ,
Joyce Strickland Drake and :Miss Jackie Johnson, and Mrs. Jackie
Alice McDonald were hostesses Parrlsh Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Sammy Happy Birthday
Thursday evening! a bridal shower .."er, Mrs. Twyle Lewis, Mrs. Nov. 7: Gene Anderson Ethel
i honoring Miss Marsha Addison, W. 0. Morgan, Mrs. E. H. Whld Wiggins, Isabel Barrios.
bride-elect of Raymond Hueboer. don, Mrs. Edward Hornsby, Mrs Nov. 8: Carolyn Keen Margaret
Prizes were awarded at fame Charles J. Lovvorn, Mrs. Velma Pedrick, Joe Peters, Glenore Pltr-
"' enjoyed during the evening! to Mr* Cox, Mrs. Edgar Johnson Mrs I en, George McGee, Henry Keechl, flJfP
I' Jeanette Scott and Mri. Jack Div, Roy Cox Mrs. Annie Murphy and Sr.. J. M. Fountain.
/ ii. Miss Jackie Johnson won the Mrs Frank Cox.Shower In Nov. 9: Frances Benefleld. Bill
i door prize. N Doane, Kitty McLeod.
r Guests attending were Mrs. Norma Nov. 10: Nan Hall, John R. Barton -
Edmonds, Mrs. Eddie Swindle, t .
Is Given "
}' Mrs. Davis Mrs. Lee Waldron, 11: Perl Spires, Gale Bern-
1 Misses Patricia Owens, Linda '! ";;, ,!I";!; fol. bry Clark. :
i For BrideElectMiss Nov. 12: Dorothy Lee, Mrs. M.
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C. Keen, Joann Hlngson, Paul Bile-
Birthday Party
'\,1: i, I Marshia Addison whose ,,)'' l':ir0'ii: : *!,;j man.

',: I, :, Is Heal Surprise wedding to Raymond Buebner will ; :: : : :.ii."...':;,, < ,,: Karl Nov.Malstrom 13: Jack, Fry Judy, Carolyn Sutton Weav Pape,

..1 I take place at Hi Haven Baptist
) ,
I Mrs. Ernest Simmons honorea
was ;
.. 1?I j!( : at a birthday party, given by Church at seven o'clock: tomorrow er.Nov.. 14: Larry Lee, Pat Baker. ILr
f evening, was honoree at a delightful
her husband Saturday evening,
shower given by Mrs. W. R.
; and the event was a complete surprise FHA Girls Attend
I Baxter and Mrs. C. W. Mann Monday
to her.
evening.The District MeetingA
Mr., Simmons was assisted In arranging r
I the party by Mrs. R. E.y' party followed the regular group of 18 Future Homemak-
;, Shaw. Birthday cake and punch meeting of the Tab'Oil Clan and ers of America from the Clewistoo
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sullivan High School attended a district
were) served. Guests\ Included Mr. those attending were class mem-
if bare and other invited meeting in Belle Glade Saturday,
\ .and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. guests
r with about 900 other FHA girls
I ,' Glenn Gunter and Linda Gunter, Miss Addison her mother Mrs. Double Ring Ceremony Unites
from various South chap
Virginia McDuffle and Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs Marvin Lee and Ron- Floyd
ny Lee Mrs. Blanche Shuler, Mrs. Royal, mother of the groom-elect, ter.
\ Ann Glotfelty, Mrs. Roy Cox, Mr. were each presented with an orchid Becky Vaughn Anthony SullivanMiss The. Mrs.meeting Jacqueline was an Gentry all-day advisor affair NEW-SHAPEO LITTLE HEEL PUMP.You'fl love
and Mrs. Ralph Ford, Terrell Lee corsage
and Jack Willis accompaniedthe Its crescent toe. lipped throat and iWght-back
; and Laura.Lee. The tea table was centered with Leah :Rebecca Vaughn became bodice and full skirts, and matching girls on the trip aboard a lowered heel But most intriguing Is the way It feels)
a floral arrangement featuring the bride of John Anthony headpieces with short veils school bus. Each girl took her own
white lighted tapers and white Sullivan at four o'clock Friday afternoon They carried nosegay bouquets.The lunch and ate at noon in the school For every Inch Inside this elegant elasticIzed pump Is
/ lowers: following a blue and white in the First Methodist groom was attended by his cafeteria. cushioned with fabulous Scott Foam lining that cools

RYSTAL color scheme, the table was cover. Church of Clewiston. The Rev. Da- brother. Wayne Sullivan, as best The Clewlston girls came home and caresses your foot through your busiest daysl
ed with white net over blue. vid A. Denslow performed the double man; ushers were the groom's father with pride in the fact that their 13.99KAHN'S
Refreshments ring ceremony. J. L. Sullivan, and Urey announced of
ii: were casks punch chapter was as one
mint and nuts. White tapers burning in cathedral Valdron. four honor chapters in the district:
Thurs Fri. Nov. 7GIL 8 candelabra shed a soft light The bride's mother, Mrs. Leah The rating Is on the basis of program
DUNTEU"MICKY' The table on which the gifts were on the scene at the altar where the Lowe was dressed in powder blue and carrying out of projects
SPILLANE placed was also covered with white couple stood to exchange their lace and wore an orchid corsage planned.
t ; Plays a two-fisted private eye net over blue and centered with an vows. Baskets of white gladioli The groom's mother Mrs. R. J. Following the meeting the Belle
j arrangement of white carnationsand 3eVane, wore a print afternoon
and other blossoms were Interj- Glade girls presented: a fashion
FrI., Nov. 8 LATE SHOW chrysanthemums.Mrs. dress of and of
!' 11:30: P.M. after game persed with palms. orchids.At crepe a corsage show which was greatly enjoyedby 133 W. Ave. A Belle Glade

ALL SEATS 75c Judy holiday and Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Fletcher, organist the wedding reception, heldIn the visitors.Sorority .
r' (y "BLACK PIT OF DR-M" Phil Francis won prizes in. the and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens, i the social hall of the church, LootW"-.....It
Plunges you into a new conceptof games; which were enjoyed before ,vocalist, presented a program ofnupLtl the bride's table was decorated Sells CandiesBeta yWi,ntf
1 ; TerrorSat the honoree opened and displayedler I ; music. Several organ numbers with white chrysanthemum, fern, Pi chapter of Beta Sigma
gifts. Dreceded the ceremony and
y Nov. B
DOUBLE Mrs Owens sang "At Dawning"and
I I THUNDER ROAD" The guest! list Included Mrs. "Whither Thou Goest".
4 j I BOB MITCHUM George Royal Mrs. Charles Royal The bride, entered with her un-
Mrs Stokes Murphy, Mrs Mary cle, Peter M. McIntyre Jr. by Here is
\ '"INTEaNS"CLIF Royal Mrs. W. J, Jackson, Mrs. whom she was given In marriage ; the new Super Torque, FORD for 1964. .

I ROBERTSON Henry Storey, Mrs. C. W. Mann, She wore a short formal wedding

Sun. Mon. Nov. 10 11 Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Chile gown which her mother had worn Bred in open competition built for total performance
Hancock Mrs. Bill Rich, Mrs A. ,
rY';; THE RUNNING MAN" at her own wedding The bodice
LEE REMICK P. Baldree, Mrs. Larry Royal was of white chiffon with long
'" Mrs. Huble Boree, Mrs. Edward it is the smoothest steadiest
LAURENCE HARVEY sleeves and a band of lace outlining strongest, car
i I'' G ,t You will find! action from four Boree, Mrs. Floyd Royal Mrs. Bill the neck and extending down ,

j r corners of earth.Tues Acree, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick, the front to join the skirt which in its field. With steel in the
Mrs. Francis, Mrs. H V. Turner was very full and was of Chan- more suspensions,
Wed. Nov
12 1)
Mrs. Holladay, Mrs. Ruby Taylor, tllly lace over satin. Her weddingveil
}t i "PLATGItL AFTER ONLY DARK" Mrs. Danny Arthur, Mrs. Thelma was' a shoulder length veil ol more strength in the frame >more heft in the body
l JANE MANSFIELD Preston Mrs. Lee Puckett and Illusion attached to a tiara of ,
I l You have read about her in Mrs. R. F. Hull and Misses Donnle pearls. She carried a cascade wedding it is
t" Playboy magazine now see her. Home, Ann Miller Kay and Slbby bouquet, centered with a hundreds of pounds more car TRY QI&Lrraroasur:
Bores.L' .
white orchid.
r' Fn -- Miss Patti Vaughn attended her than anything else at the price. FOR. A CHANCII

: sister as maid of honor and Miss
Donna Gail Sullivan, sister of the FORD

1 groom was bridesmaid. They Drive one-and: see the difference this makes! ,...PaIriao.....
wore identical short formats of
i 6 We are now cranberry chiffon with sleeveless

I t" accepting applications BIRTHSMr.

E. for waitresses for
I busy and Mrs. John (Bud) Whld-
den, Jr., announce the birth of a
Season son, John Everett HI, on October
29 at St. Mary's Hospital, West
Palm Beach. The baby weighed 5
'"' LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE pounds, 14ft ounces.

Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Carter of
4sleea d00 2 lka SkM
i Contact Roy Mumaw Big Cypress, announce the birth
j of a son Josie M. on October 31

I At Old South at Hendry General Hospital The
i i BarBQueThrifty baby weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces. II

ro Mr. and Mrs. Joe Billie of Big
I Cypress: are parents of a girl

.. Regina Joe born on November 1,
weighing six pounds, five ounces,
t i : 1 1I at Hendry General Hospital.Mr. .

I and Mrs. Albert Castillo, Big
I Cypress: are parents of a daughter ;

Drug Cecelia, who weighed six
pounds, nine ounces, on her arrival
t! \ at Hendry General Hospital on
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counties number who expressed Can You Donate It's Parents Job I Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pale Five 41
encouragement and who In other Thursday.. November 7. 1963 I
ways have tent their good wlmes Sick Room ItemsThe To Teach SafetyTALLAHASSEEFlorida

I t1 on the establishment of our beauty Beta Sigma Phi Sorority i* parent hurt In traffic: each )'ear. I I '

LOCALS parlor have certainly been far asking residents for donations of were urged today b/" the Florida "When a child !is old j ;

beyond our expectation, and we sick room items to be placed in Highway Patrol to take a more active to toddle." says Patrol
are deeply grateful to you, one and the Loan Closet; which will be established part in teaching their; chJ4rn N. Kirkman, "he is old !

all. as a sorority project the rule of the highway! : 'md pedestrian begin learning the ,
Amon' the Clewlston football Sunday with Mr and Mr. R. Myrtl Whlddon. Many homes have unused sickroom safety.Emphashing. pedestrian safety." And he
faIlS who attended the Tiger-Red' MI11er.Mr. A. items on hands, which could the need for such phasized the need for parent 'I

Devil game In Avon Park Friday \P. M. McIntyre Sr., who Glades May Form be helping someone In need and training even to the "toddler ting a good example. I|'
-jjht were Mr- and Vn" J. W. m home with Mr. and Mri. Board would be available for loan during group" the patrol stressed the fact "Children learn by imitating I;'
Beardsley, Mr. and Mr*. Sandy P. M. McIntyre, Jr., Of Realtors an Uln ss. Such items a* bedpans, that a larger number of under-ten- the good accomplished by' : !I

&11, Mr. and Mr. Bill Baker, Mr. Sunday after spending the returned. Formation of a Board of Realtor plastic or rubber sheets, thermometers years of age pedestrian are fatally I I I. easily nullified by parents
and Mrs. Dick Baker, Mr. and mar in Hopewell Is In the near future for the Glades, crutches, bedtraye, -_- --

jlit Bob Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. accompanied Hendry and western Palm Beach wheel chair, ice caps, etc. are I.

Gilaslnnl, Mr. and Mrs. Frank In-law, Mrs. Charles CormanyTwho county area, according to Frank needed.
Don Pottffl Mr. and Mr*. Bill Bowden, Is here for a visit. Denmead, local Realtor who has If :you will donate any of these i i

and Mrs. Jimmy Harris, Mr. Mri. Cussle Foy and assisted with plan for the'pm- Item} please phone Mrs. Elizabeth i.
Mr 1' Nail Mrs. W. posed new group. Bass, mornings at YU 3-2931, and \ i' i >
sad Mrs. W. O. Perry, Mr. and visited Mr. and Mr. Char ,
At present real will call for them. I
le.ro I estate broker someone
James Brandon Jimmy in Boynton .
Beach '
Mrs. Thur.
Marty Waldron. Urey Waidron who wish to become affiliated with
n. a. -
day.Mr. Below Is A
,'Ken Walker, Buzz Vaughan.. and Mr. ROM UByer and do roe so State through Board either of Realtor a Fort Myer must* Solving ProblemsOf Quizfor .:

Ctrl Hornsby, Jack Willis Eddie IOn Freddie spent Sunday visiting or West Citrus Growers
a Palm Beach '
Tubby' Owens, Bill Ham, hit sister" Mrs. R.L. Bo .d-
crosby and and family In Read, these being the two nearest point Having problems with.your citrus
Davis. Mr. Mrs. HarryBehlck Highland
Luther Qty
Bob Berner, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and where a board Is located. treed
George E Smart 1 1'j
Letters of invitations and Whether hame tree
woods of Johnson's appll jou on or People
H. Crawford. Billy and Joy Fishing
B. Camp cation
Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Tony returned last week from Arizona all known form qualified have been real mailed estate to hundreds Agricultural, a book Experiment published Stationscan by the 1i
Mr. and Mr*. Warren they spent the
jtaiUs past five
month agent In the area, laid Mr. Den help solve your problems. i
and Sonny StaHa. prospecting for
Howell gold in a mead.
Entitled "Florida Guide to Citrus
mine at Quartz i
and Mrs. Glen Jameson of Site.
Mr. Mrs. W. R The Palm Beach Board of Real- Insects Diseases and Nutritional
are visiting her Baxter of Hi
Angeles Haven
[Lot Baptist tori has waived jurisdiction over Disorders," the 200-page() volume Is
Mrs. W. B. Batey, and Church and Mrs. W.
diufhter F.
fall of First Baptist the western area of that county, designed to aid the professional at .
tonfly. tended Church at. in order that those wishing \to I well a* the-amateur grower in "' t ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn enJo1ed a planning meeting of the become Realtors may have the identifying various citrus Insect, ij ijL
a weekend visit with their committee of Big Lake L :
Baptist convenience of a board In their diseases and disorders. .
Walter E. Vaughn, and family W. M. U. Association in 1i 1s t
101I. :Moore Haven own territory. Realtors already Insects and their damage are 1i
iD Jacksonville, where Mr. Vaughn Airman Friday. members have the choice of remaining covered fully Symptoms are given ,
Phillip Roland
bustoes left Man.
went on with their present boardor for each Important disease and DUo v "
and Mr. W. H. Belcher and ,day for McCoy Air Force Base,
Mr. ,
transferring to the '
Orlando, after new organis Titlonal disorder. One undred and 'I ;
Mrs. T31i Hun of Orlando were spending several ation, when formed, said Mr. Den 17 colored Illustration assist in 'I .
visiting friends and relative in days at home, called by the death mead. .
easy accurate identification of ; 'jI
of his father, Percy Roland,
Clewlston and LaBelle last week last There
,. are now a few realtors In the disorder I
end.. week.Mr. the area, but most agent seem For information on how you may '
and Mrs. !
C. Owen and her W. W. Sage spent ,
Mrs. Wm. eon
the weekend to eel the distance from &e COIn obtain a copy of this book at a
Richard Batchelor Owen of Miami visiting their son-in- Is a deterrent t .
law and becoming members nominal cost write to the Agricul-
leach are on a trip to Alabama daughter Sgt and Mr. of a Board there. ural
Experiment Stations, University
E. E. ;
Allen and four son at Pa. J JI
and Tennessee. They visited Mr.
trick Air Force of Florida, Gainesville, Fir
ud Mrs. Bryan Bergeron and
family in Huntsvffle. Ala. and the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marsh have Cattleman's! Day

1.t. V. C. Owen' father and his returned from visiting relatives in At Belle Glade ida.V.F.W. Ap

;jfiD -Brownvm., Tenn., who Wauchula. Everglade Experiment Station Auxiliary i, ,SS1fJt0 ,

were recently injured in an automobile weekend Miss Suzanne In Tallahassee Peer spent visiting the will hold a Beef Cattlemen' Field Gets Inspection #

accident her sister Day next Thursday, November U, M .
Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Burke of La Miss Karen Peers, a at Belle Glade. M. V. Mount. President Sara Osborne, of Dia-
Bell* were guest of their daughter at Florida State Unlveearty. Palm Beach County agent will trlct I, V. F. W. Ladle Auxiliary, I
Mrs. T. L. Tanner, and family She attended the football preside at the morning teislon made an official Inspection visit '
Saturday. game and festivities at the University when specialist at the station and to the Clewiston Auxiliary Monday
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. LaFon of the returned to Naples other will discuss various feeds venlng.
Owlston Inn spent the weekend where she was met by her par and feeding procedures for bee She war accompanied by District ; a
ents, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin
m Miami. who Peers cattle, production testing. and research Color Bearer, Ruth Patrick. j
M. Rui of Plant spent Sunday there with relative This a regular of jI
Mrs. C. City related to beef cattle pro was meeting a I $
war a guest of her sister, Mr. S. duction. the local Auxiliary and was held at .
Mrs H. K. Stricker left Tuei-
P. Sonaker, last weekend. Taking part In this portion of the the Post Home. !
day to spend some time at her
Terry Jane Nash of Holy Name home In Euitis. program will be H. L. Chapman,

Academy at San Antonio spent Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Langfordhave Jr. W. G. Kirk, F. T. Boyd, C. Cadet PromotedCadet ;
the weekend with her mother Mrs. moved from the Francisco E. Haines, A. E. Lretachmer, Jr., I

Evelyn Nash. Also home for the Apartments Into their homeon H. L Chapman, Jr., J. E. Pace, Joseph Ralph Spratt Jr., i I
weekend was her brother, Jeff Avenlda del Rio. new R. W. Kidder R. J. Allen, Jr., and of LaBeOe, was advanced to Ser- ex t <
Nash, and his uncle, C. J. Nielsen, W. T. Tories Jr. eant; First Class at Riverside Mil- F
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
who are taking a abort course in Crawford Following a luncheon, sponsoredby nary Academy, Gainesville, Ga.,
Sunday were his brother .
insurance at a Junior college in Glenn Crawford and daughter she Palm Beach County Cattle where he I 1) a ferond year student 3 cMI

Orlando. Glenda, of Fort Myeri. men'* Association there will be a Spratt bar also been assigned to .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bond of Sara. New residents of Clewlston are panel discussion of the Present the Academy band. :
sola were guests of her uncle and Status and Future of Cattle Industry Registrar James K. Mooney said
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Caughlto, of
aunt Mr. and Mr. J. E. Beards- in South Florida T, J, Cunha promotion i II significant at River-
Port Washington, N. Y., who planto
ley for the weekend. Mrs. Bond will be moderator and county aide a* the Academy his long been
build a home here. They are
!iil be remembered here aiMartha presently residing! In the dewison agent of Glades, Hendry, Okeecho- listed one of tbe top military ; are"r

Rockwell daughter of Mrs. Inn Apartments. Mr. Caughlin be- bee Palm Beach, Broward, St. schools In the nation The Army rRANSWER'YES'
Margery Rockwell. Luck Highland and Martin counties has designed Riverside a* en boner
came Interested In Clewlston first,
Mils Charlene Jones spent theveekend will take part. This panel will military school in 39 annual desig-
a a stockholder In the U. S. Sugar
In West Palm Beach with begin at 1.30: and will be followedat atlon*.
and he and his wife
ier sister, Miss Ruthle Jones, who Corporation 2:30: by a field trip Including I ,I II Ii
have toured Florida before deciding -
ecently moved there. pasture tour and demonstration of

Mr. and Mr. oWe H. Edward home.on They a location' chose Clewlston for their from new herbicide, and sugar cane feeding. Boys in Service I

''t Mayport arrived yesterday for result, etc.
i visit with his sister, Mrs. U CMiller among the many place visited. In the panel discussion County :Mr. and Mr. Pat Peter have tIIEIIiIIfIi'I: i

and family. :Mr. Miller and Agent Frank PolhlU will discus received word that their ion, Joseph ?

r. Edwards win make a hunting Card of Thank Hendry county' cattle Industryand Peters, has been promoted
rip this weekend. its future.Rotary from ensign to Lieutenant, J. g,
Mr and Mrs. Van Cothren and We wish to express our heartfelt V.s. Navy l t. Peters Is stationed

rally visited in West Palm !lHchr1&nd : appreciation for the many act of Club at Norfolk, Va. OR 'NO' TO THESE QUESTIONS
loving kindness the sympathyand ... : : "

help extended to us in the illness Places Placques Cecil Nail, son of Mr. and Mr. ;1

and death of our beloved Clewlston Rotarian devoted their Walter F. Nail. Sr., aas been 1. Are you in your home or of. often

husband and father. regular meeting :Monday to completing promoted to airman first class Inthe fice nowj .:'J:.. :.:,.' ; ;
The hospital staff of doctor and plans for placing! tile Four U.S. Air Force, at lava AirBase 4. Are you enjoying today's ? :

nurses many of whom took on Way Test Placques In local business France, where he !* currently 2. Did you buy this paper at a T pa-'
extra duty *o be might have the places. ] stationed. Cecil i II a graduate per

skilled car he needed the friends Rotarians, In teams of two, will of Clewiston High School and newsstand ,. _. ......;, "
MIl! whose prayer and assistance with visit each store or office and place attended Florida State University 3. Do. read this Do you like convenience!
visit flower and food when our the placque In a consplcioui place, in Tallahassee before entering the newspaper 6. Do, like to I
heart were heavy, and each of you after obtaining consent of the owner rvice. He 1* assigned to the 06th you save money 'I'

through your thougtfulness, have or manager.' Combat Support group as admin- 'II

done much to make our lot bear- The dub his invested 1165 !in strative specialist ;-
forget each of these because ... j L
able. We haH never your placquei,
great kindnesses to us. Rotarians feel they can do no Pfc. Paul Cato left Monday for IF
Mr. Susie, Roland greater service to their communitythan the U.s. :Marine School in Memphis YOU ANSWERED "YES" TO ALL THESE ,

Robert F. Roland and family to spread the lesson of the Tenn., following a 20 day

Dorothy R. Moore and family Four Way Test to all citizen leave here with hIs parents, :Mr. QUESTIONS f '

Phillip Roland. Keeping the admonition before,and Mr. W. J..Cato... THEN YOU SHOULD CALL TODAY .; j i

citizens should haw a good influence
ThanksBecause on their conduct and live, Sgt Erie Thomas has been We'll to it that
Abner Card Of see receive '
H. Vann say the Rotarian transferred to duty In Alaska and you every issue of the News, 1

it would be Impossiblefor The Four Way Test Is the chief brought his family here for the your favorite newspaper, at your home or office And be r
Ph. my 1
to personally express
me tenet of Rotary International; It duration of his one year tour. He : .
appreciation to the many many urges member to apply the test to is now In Fairbanks, but will soon cause subscription rates are less than' if you pay cash for
( "i
to our
tJ 2-5971 person who responded everything they' do or say, so their go to Shima, one of the Aleutian the paper each day, you'll save money I
M/IIIAIILJ Open House Invitation at MyrtlsBeauty this actions and word will be honest, islands where be will be stationed j

Ita,. Salon I am taking fair, and beneficial to an. as radar maintenance man.
rare lift'liiMraiM Company. means of saying thank you.' 52 ISSUES FOR ONLY
"0111.Oilier.elo.mingtonutin.la. The many person who called Campbell Nail is chairman of the $4.00 ''i

those sending flower and gift, the Four-Way Test Placque distribution. PLATT TO BUILD ,i
- Placque were placed In the HOLE ATAKTKENTSI j

City Hall and Chamber of Comomerce 8. (Doc) Platt has obtained a ".. :

and the New office at the building permit at City Han to construct ,'" I

beginning- -of the drive.- another'apartment house You can see what's in today's paper, but what will

in the 365 block, facing E. Trinidad you "
I Bail Bonds I Avenue, where be already has tomorrow and next week and the month after? I'' )
three building completed.The find the same top-notch quality in the special col.

24 Hour Service and win new cost building an approximate will be 27'x89'115,. urns and features. You'll find bargains each week

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land, when the Dudas purchased theHeadf1'
abundance In the grove IsI
Page Six THE the biggest and most expensive county acreae.Hendr7 Sugarland
i It I Thursday, November 7, 1963 Section Onei' 1 proving problem in putting in the county Is also close to Phannac,
new grove. The rock is very hard i home for Mrs. Frlerson, the former i
Cash Downpayment I flint-like quality, and must be Clarlco Jones of Arcadia, who also PIZZAYU

broken up by dynamite ahead of graduated at the University of
the dragline when It goes in to Florida, and is a school teacher
Hilliard-Gerber Deal dig the lateral ditches. When the It Is nice to be in Florida, and nice 2-3311

I : : rock presents another problem; to be close enough to take their 5year -
: ...., -. : ; iJ'-, ., i leaving it on top of the ground old son and 3-year old daughter --
Jf.. .. made it impossible to plant and "back borne" to Arcadia or
/ itl : cultivate the grove, and would also I Wauchula for Sunday visits.

II Involves $600,000 .d'Iit'1)' /hamper the successful operation of With the eyes of the citrus. Industry Double "A"
: }" the ditches. So the dragline is in Florida eagerly watching
: burying the rock as it goes along. all expansion into hitherto untried RoofingLicensed
A second ditch is dug beside the
i I Edward Gerber of Fort Lander- rus. He has contracted. with areas and soils, the Duda citrus
: I' first and the rock picked up, put *
Lake Placid to furnish :8' operation will provide an interesting
i dale completed. purchase of 4,000 nursery : Into the second ditch, and covered
acre: of land from Joe and Martin with half a million citrus trees. t 1'. study. S
... I with earth. This Is a very original Bonded
J. Billiard. Oct. 25, as part of the Gerber has stated Us aim as that 'r1" ::. solution to a very tough problem,
30,000 acres which he had prevlousl7 of planting 4,000 acre by the end k1r4'r Free Estimate
I" ./ and it works, but the cost of the on AU Type.
entered Into contract and of 1964. ',._ operation is terrific, said local Chairmen NamedFor Roofing and P.intiai
I option to purchase. The sale of the _- ; manager Ed Frlerson. Phone YU 3-1131
f 4,000 acres was for cash, said :Mr. ., .
Gerber, and stamps on the deed re Theih'' "'"" The laterals are dug every 360 Chamber Year CLEWISTON, FLA.
corded in the courthouse: Indicate { ,ontI feet; the ditches are 14 feet wideat
$600,000, was paid for it. ,IJ I ( the top, the banks are sloping --
President M. I Bishop has
'I Title to the land is in Gerber by"I'1 and the: ditches vary in depth from named
: Grove, Inc., and la Edward Gerber. \ six to nine feet They are dug to I committee: chairmen for the ( y /I b[{
Chamber of Commerce and these
i Oneyl "Ih' carry off a great amount of ""ater,1 : "
chairmen have selected committee "
j At the time of the transaction i or bring it in to the grove as
Gerber has already prepared 441 f/orldo ED FRIERSON, LOCAL MANAGER for A. Duda needed. members. The following roster of
committees has been completed], ,
acres for planting in citrus and 0.11110' & Sons stands in of old trees which
a 3-year ,
grove MANY A GUY
announced that 4,000 citrus trees There Is about 200 acres in the to plan activities for the chamber WHO AAS
will be set out there in the next The day not be far off had been planted by Ase Townsend before he movedto triangular shaped plot now being during the next 12 months: HAD A> BRAIN CHILD HW
I may Australia. The have decided add to readied for planting. The overall FOUND OUT
sixty; days. when we can battle the Mediterranean new owners to AGRICULTURE: Wm. T. Stitt, IT WAS
I Crews have been at work duo fruit fly ,without resortingto the citrus holdings in this area. JStaPhoto: plan of the Dudes' is to plant about W. E Boiton, W. C PrewfcL ONLY A MIDGEt
ing the summer, under contract to aerial spraying of an Infested 400 to 500 acres in citrus eachyear civIC .AFFAIRS ft IMPROVEMENT -
Land Development Co., West area. and to decide as the yearsgo : John Oortdn, Pat Drake,
Palm Beach, for land preparation, Our Department of Agriculture Duda Groves at Felda Typical. along bow far to continue the Mrs. Ruby Mdntyre.

1 I and a long stretch of land on the and its Division of Plant Industry citrus plantings. MEMBERSHIP: Robert Kelly

north side of Sears Road along have been mighty unpopular on Other of the Duda land Frank PolhilLCONVENTION
i which the property; lies, is ready occasions when the medfly has Of Surging Citrus "Boom" in CountyA. here Is being developed' : In improved : S. L. Crochet, Wm: ; f

: for the tree been found on the lower East pastures. A number of seed H. Lanier, :Mrs Beryl Bowden, :
I ; Mr. Gerber said most of the Coast the past couple of years. Duda and Sons, Inc., one of patches have been planted in Pan- Ross LaByer.BUDGET .
trees are Valencia orange, with a Every time the pest has been the best known names In Florida Bola' and will be ready for pasture & AUDIT: H. T. VaughnJr. .
!: few Hamellns; they are grafted on discovered it has been necessary agriculture, is developing 27,000 plantings. The usual custom of ., A. H. Vann, S. K. Swayne. ;
rough lemon stock, which bu to spray a large area, sometimes acres in Hendry county, the northernmost leasing land for vegetable farming PUBLICITY & 'ADVERTISING: ,rr
.,'i, ( proven very satisfactory and fairly' heavily populated. Residents reaches of which is a one year and planting it to pasture Mrs. Beryl Bowden, Richard ,
i sturdy for commercial groves. have voiced objections and their slight five miles south of LaBelle. r 'the next: will be followed. Griffin, Anthony Toulis. Loyd: (]
Gerber plans to continue planting protests have been more forceful The Dudas are Interested in a There are some 500 acres leasedto Kelly C. L. Benson.
of groves-following the same with each succeeding: operation. variety of agricultural products, vegetable farmers this year SPORTSMEN: V. R. Beardsley,
i pattern as with the area in which The objections are understand and their Hendry county land is Ross LaByer, S. C. Fry, Richard Drive Slow and Lit'I
work is now going on. The land able. No one is happy about hawIng being developed for citrus and The Dudas are true agriculturists Griffin, Ralph Ford, Al Fuller,
will be cleared and readied for pesticide spray on his clothing cattle. in the best sense of the term. The Billy Doane.INDUSTRIAL.

J : planting, and the trees will be home, automobile or a nice, Headquarters of the Hendry tf. father, "A: Duda" now deceased, : W. C. BosweU, LeRoy -
;r in before work moves to another clean washing on the clothesline. county operation is the former migrated to the United States from Hare, G. R. Berner and
I, plot In this manner Gerber plant However, it's vitally importantthat Townsend property: turn west as Czechoslovakia. The three eons, C. Wilson. R.I,
: !: to plant the entire acreage in cltg we keep the medfly from you travel south from LaBelle 011SR all of whom worked with their MERCHANTS: Richard Phelps, I
I spreading and getting another 29 where you see a modest father during the years they were V. Parkinson, :Mrs. Ruth B. Owens -
foothold in our vast citrus groves. sign, "A. Duda and Sons, Felda growing up and their arming activities :Mrs. Ruby McIntyre.

1 The last big Florida eradication Groves." The manager of the Hen- ,F tUA 1 were expanding, are carrying FAIR: Frank Polhffl. Richard F.
program in 1956-57: cost about dry county project, Ed Frierson, on the work. Baker, Claud Giddens.
Isla Gold eleven million dollars. We can't and his family live In the home The Duda headquarters is at .
afford to take a chance on repeating -
where the Asa Townsends lived Oviedo; they also have large bold-
Mobile Homes that experience. and the Duda office is located in a togs at Zellwood, Belle Glade, West
the house one of !the sons occu- Palm Beach and other points in
t.# State Road SO The U.S. Department of Agriculture pled> (The Townsends migrated Florida, and in New Jersey and
"" to Australia last because they Michigan.The Acreage For Sale
Next to Glades Bowling reported recently a pow year
LanesPhone erful new attractant mixed with a wanted to "pioneer" and civilization three Duda brothers share

H J' chemical poison accomplished inlets was catching up with them at THIS MODEST SIGNon responsibilities in planning the operation *A to 7% sections
I than 8 months complete era Felda.), 5,000 acres of the Duda with their staff, but each
i! I 9905016 dication of the oriental fruit fly holdings were purchased from the SR29 south of LaBelle has his own specialty. Machinery

I [ Belle GladeDISTRIBUTORS on an isolated island In the Pacific Townsends, another 3,000 from Lee leads ,to"Mwnew citrus problems are usually referred to _125.00 t per acre up
ocean near Guam. Tidewater Company and 19,000 John; Andy looks after the office'
i, The attractant methyl eu- from the Circle Bar Ranch. development of A. Duda and legal questions, and arming
: FOR genol lured the male flies from The Dudes had started. work developing & Sons. Staff PhotoAsa problems get Ferdinand' atten. DADE-MONROE REALTY
treat distances. They swarmed in, this acreage for citrus. be- Uon.
j r Fleetwood, Armor and ate the poisonous mixture and fore the '82-'83 winter. Freezes Townsend had 160 acres recently Near the Duda grove and headquarters 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. Phone YU 3-2941

i Flame Trailers. .All models died. As their numbers decreased which damaged or destroyed many planted in groves which is is a well-kept sod land
', and sizes. rapidly, so did reproduction of the citrus growers In other parts of now about two :years old and the ing strip. Here the 7-place Aero
t,;\ I I species. None have been found on I the state proved they were on the Dudas are developing their first Commander puts In about once a
I "lli. LARGE SAVINGS ON the Island in .the.past. five months, right track.to acreage to tie in with the existing week and one of the Duda brothers -
1 r 0 1963 MODELS grove. The soil is heavy and rich, or another member of the
s''i. In the traps we maintain where- and the grove site' is on the banksof i staff !
Low Down Payments. contain the pest until it is wiped stops by, keeping contact
I % Bank Financing tot ever it is likely a medfly may get out, we can use the new technique Fort Simmons canal; the Dudas with the work going on in Hendry ., The DemandFor
up loose from a ride it has hitched -hanging poisoned bait mate- own land or easements on this county.In .
7 Into Florida from another country canal clear to the .
years. highway at Murphy of
charge the
rial in trees in populated areas, operation in Stocker
we use an attractant to lure Groves, where the
water is
Hendry Ed
or dropping them from planes in county is Frierson, a
f '' Specials any males that may be hanging grov s.The. carried under the highway and native of Wauchula, who has work- Cattle I* Heavy
around. An especially close watch subsequently! to the Caloosahatchee ed with the Dudas since he received -
technique is known as
is kept at ports of entry areas. I new river. They need only to put in his
54 Model New Fleetwood degree in agriculture
rt "male annihilation. It is only one
But our attractant.the beat their ground water
into Fort Simmons
42-f t. One bedroom, $3595 of many alternate methods researchers was a horticulture major) at
t available at this time hasn'tgot canal. This provides the the University of Florida in 1956. Buy Only The
I Used Detroiter, 40-ft. two the phenomenal pulling power are investigating! for drainage which is of prima importance He was two years in Zellwood, and
control eradicate insect
bedroom 10-ft.. wide, with that methyl eugenol has for the pests ways to without broadcast or spray application in citrus' culture. four :years in North Carolina and Cattle You Want
oriental fruit fly. Rock, which 1./ 'found
in great was delighted to
30-ft Alumnum Awning If the research scientists can of poisonous chemicals. return to Florida
$2895. hit on an equally potent attractant .
for the medfly, well have it From Haifa, Israel comes wordof 50
10 2
by bedroom
yes made. Instead of aerial spraying a new method for processing .
*r citrus juice concentrate which may Double Door Refrigerator -Sale Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.
r merit investigation by our Florida 2".
r, processors. At present we have a *
r *
Many extras
monopoly on the frozen product,
FRANK TilLIS furnishing' more than 90 per cent
of the world's supply. 3,950 Financing Arranged GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSR

Phone 924-5660 Pahokee, Fla. Developed by Technlon, Israel

Representing Howell Wilmoth & Associates process Institute utilizes of Technology ultrasonic), the wavesto new CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. .

205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach These WT won Belle Chi1'
produce a commercially feasi- for the lest buy
ble juice concentration much high i.
er than has hitherto been possible. 830 E. Sugarland$ Hwy. YU 2-2661 ..
At Interest Rates You Can Afford -- ----- 'J "
!I. A recent dispatch to Supermarket --- -
--- -
j ACREAGERANCIIESFARMSRESIDENTIAL News quotes Dr. Zekl Berk, -- ---------- -- --

I COMMERCIAL acting head of Technlon's food

I I ;I .; i MORTGAGE INSURANCE technology tog 'that the department new concentrate, as report requires __

I Your Business: is Appreciated hermetically no pasteurization sealed container, freezing or, rvi: Complete Line Of

F the addition of preservatives
I 4 "It will keep even If shipped In Building Material
barrels," he said !
I More tests of the product will

be made, Technion reports, before -r 4
I j I
any attempts are made at com %__ .
Contracting mercial exploitation. Nevertheless,
it is preparing to handle. patents
and licensing arrangements.Dr. FOR LARGE OR SMALL

t Wiring Repairs Birk notes that ultrasonic! '
1 1I 1II waves enable achievement of a JOBS,
concentrate up to 82 per cent nt
II i t Air Conditioning Refrigeration solids. A 48 per cent frozen con CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL

centrate, he added, reconstitutes {
f. at a ratio of 3 of water to 1 of DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY

; ; ;, and other appliances.Williams juice, while a 65 per cent concen- '

i ratio.trate reconstitutes at a 8 to 1 AND EFFICIENTLY.

According to the Technlon report
Electric the new concentrate retains
a texture similar to that of honey. .

Hilton Williams : Remember the old Jello slogan

n u ", -"SIx delicious llavon'.fYou i
may see clgarets offeredIn

For Day or Night Service, Menthol equal variety, in the tobacco or In Hare Lumber and Mix Inc.Call

the filter, currently! provides a dif Ready .
; Phone YU 3-1321 ferent taste kick for the cigaret ,
smoker. Now comes "clove fla.
.: vor" which one manufacturer has YUkon-2-4411 riewiiton
I added to a light menthol blend. Haiti DC.-- .

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SALE Parrakeets ROO Oawiston Fla. THE CLEWI3TOM NEWS Par Seven .i
I (CL., tslSillrJIIIHIDY.4\1mJS1 up. Mynah birds African love County Court I Thursday November 7, 1>63 Section One I, ,, I

birds monkeys, cages, supplie
-- --.. Pet boarding. Thompson Wild 84 by 40 feat and the other 40 by Sherlffa Department, at 7:00: pan.

PHONE YUkon 31201RAT713 FOR SALE-Mobile home and t..>>> OPPORTUNITY on Route 80, Ten Animal Farm. Phone YUkon J. Plea Day Record 40 feet, will be added to the existing The members voted tD ride Jn
corner lots. .
: Four cents Telephone YU 3.2153Nov28c. I I acres Itt miles East of Lee County 1236. tXO building under the I14D.367 the LaBelle schools PTA Halloween

ySSITTED line, 880' -ciad speeding contract, Colony Parfltt: said I Parade. Friday November
per insertion 70 Cents frontage x 495' deep. ;;E. Pleading not guilty to a
Word AtweU
four IDaertI a Campbell E. Nan See owner's signs Many uses for chaff at Hendry County Court Both Jobs are scheduled to be 1, with member to be at the

D1JIII r the !ate CIC three this good solid land on an up ope.I MARSH BUGGY FOB SALE: Plea Day MA Monday Harry constructed on extremely tight school athletic. field promptly at

whose name appear FOR SALE: George's Hotel. 2k I Meal], for business, grove, plus Oldsmobile motor dual 12:50: Joyner Sake was placed under $39 schedules, Army Engineers stated. 5:00: p.m., for the forming of the

persons dasslfled ads nay pick JS'rM' A bargain VU> home. 3 driveways, surveyed: good tires. Contact Fry Hardware Uc I bond until next term of County parade.
ta tile Box 1253, Clewiston title. Only $15 B. N. Parsons. Members were reminded to go
Dixie > per front ft, total Court by Judge
II in passes to eompUmeiite Cry., Ida'_ $13.200. Owner, Box 800, Route No. AIRBOAT FOR s.w-SShp:; Con' Cases continued: Laurence B. Junior Posse Held to the M. O. Davis 'Trading Post ,

rid Theatre, Passes 1. Bonlta Springs, Fla. novlic.miscellaneous tlnental. Contact Fry Hardware Ue Dean charted with petit larceny as soon as possible, to be measured

III', News and Theatre. Tommie Mercer improper star First Drill Ride for uniform shirts. The president ,(
gut be called for before Wed.payday. stated that each member will ,
Other case:
,Fa R .RENJ Speeding: Richard Davis, $30 or Fifteen members of the B ndry be covered: by Insurance providedby I

for I Sale I1. 30 days; Emil Yadi and David County Junior Sheriffs Posse participated the Sheriffs departmentThe 'j I

ROOMS Sims, each $23 or 10 days. In a Trail Ride Sunday, president also (announced j

FOR RENT Call YU I No valid driver1 license: HenryAlken starting at 1:30: p.m. at the "old that the Shady Oak Drive-Iu has :
REAL I ESTATE 3-8881. Uc GOOD 3-DAY HOME, DEMONSTRATIONany swimming hole" In Norta LaBelle the Posse'streasury
USED SPACE HEATERS Jr. and Robert A. Sharp, contributed $25 to

FOR RENT: Two. one bedroom for LP gas. For sale, reasonable Hammond organ. Call YU each $30 or 25 days. No driver and continuing though "Marshal and the group plans a
PROPERTYW;;;; apartments and one efficiency price. Mrs. Gene Fuller. YU 1-2633.1 2-1181 or YU 2-5591. Billy Doane nov7 License Lucloui Crum, $50 or 25 Field. Advisor the riders.Gene Cross accompanied money raising project, accepting

AMA'S LaByers Motet YU 2-2891. novUc days. donations on a translator radio to
Uc j
Bimminl or other -- At a Posse meeting last week, '
yon regarding I WILL KEEP, CHILDREN at my Assault and battery: Henry Anderson be awarded Thanksgiving Eve.
Bdhamlan property If desired. YU FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and FOR SALE-2 pair shoe skates home. Days only. Fenced bact and John Horton each Donald Cross was elected president i

.3&1. tfcPEAL trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp] Like saw Call YU 23711. Nov28c yard. PhoneJTU 2-1642. nov 31E fined $50 or SO days: Norrls Powell ; Danny Davis vI ..pnlJideDt;
YU 21181. Uc 30 Dianne Cos, secretary: Joyce About 73% of all electrical appliance
SEED $50 I or 50 days plus straight
ESTATE-For sale -BA.0ANASAndres CANE FOR SALE-223 va- RADIO It TV SERVICE. Carlther Summerall treasurer; Helen Maddox are bought by people who

Island Vi acre FOR RENT 2 and 3 room fur\ rlety. P. O. Box 823 or phone Radio & TV Sales with service days. Robert A reporter. Adult advisors had DO Intention ot( buying them at
Faulty :
nlshed Clewiston YU I IClewiston. (
Mi next to U. S. Navy Sub Base. apartment Phone 21271.tf 2-2161 Oct7c I Nickell Building 108 Bond Street, Sharp, $25 or 10 days, second working with the youth are Sheriff the beginning of the year And
Write TOWN -slum Earl S. Dyesi Gene Cross Dick since 88% of American families
CO I down. $20 month. Ball Fla. Phone YU 2-6441. charge, $25 or 10 days au' nded.
KOCH. m N E 17 Road, Ftjuderdale APARTMENT FOR RENT. Phone YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic Leaving scene of accident: McGlll and Wimpy Pilgrim. The receive a newspaper every' day,

(\ Fla. JA 41153. nv7c Yt1 2-6881. tic FOR SALE: One 35-ft Spartan Frankie McNealy', $25 or 10 days: first Monday of each month was the chances are that a newspaperad
housetrailer, new furniture, two SINGER SEWING MACHINE $25 set as meeting night at the gave them the Idea.
Turner or
profanity: Bobby
DEMAND GREATER THAN FOR RENT Trailers and Trail aluminum prefab cabana rooms, I representa will be at Old Robert A. I
10 days improper tags;
EVER for houses acreage bust er spaces. Royal Palm Tralle 10'x28" on Choice lot 526 Central dens Furniture Store each Friday I ; 1

fuel. We have customers waitK Park. Phone YU 22603. Uc Avenue. Phone YU 2-7494. nov 14c For parts sales service stop In Sharp, $25 or 10 days.
bonds Harlem News
Twenty-five dollar were es*
List your property with us. or call YU 24721. Uo
FOR RENT One bedroom furnished FOR SALE-Remlnton Wlngmaster mated by Manuel Tomllnson Joe
Ph. YU 2-7501.
1. E. Beardslej. tfc apartment 615 E. Trini I Pump ;30 gauge gun, model 870, Richard Deglor Han (of Immokalee) and Raul II I

dad. Phone YU 16653. Uc with case, $45. Ross LaByer.. lie rvantezr, drunkeness; Odell Events and News Of Our Colored Community
REAL ESTATE Briggs, profanity; David Brown,
NORTHSIDE 3 bedroom frame Chester Adams ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS: Very Best Work bare assault. MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor II
Guaranteed. $19.95 We Save You Money
furnished. Immaculate. FOR RENT down $1404 Thirty-five dollar bonds forfeited Phone YU 2-7631
Efficiency apartment
NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, One room and kitchen. YU- CO.per. YU month 27151.LAKE APPLIANCE tic Fastening Stucco -, Simulated Free Estimate Stone b y: Walter E. Buck!, L, A/res Jr.. TESTIMONIAL CEREMONYA tor Glorious Community Holiness)

9000. 23421. arc : : Licensed and Insured John Morgan and JON Angel Rod I Teatlmonal Ceremony honoring church, is much Improved and con I

ACREAGE as available. FOR SALE-Gas space heater in 25 Years In Business rlguez speeding; Ellis Thomas the ReY' A. A. Williams upon valet at his home, after surgery '

S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 FOR RENT-Two houses furnish good CO d1Uou. Reasonable. Ph. 3850 Lora: Street Jr., disorderly conduct: Albert the occasion of Us fiftieth anniversary and confinement at the Bella ','

bath frame home. Hardwoodfloors. ed. One with one bedroom one YU 24653. tic Fort Myers, Fla. tic Miller, failure to have vehicle under as an Itinerate Minister his Glade Memorial hospltaL

with two bedrooms. Inquire 10th --- -- ED /-0171 or OX 4-2874 control. twenty-third as Presiding Elder Mrs. Grace Collins Mrs. Julia
Broward Palm house Pure FOR SALE-.357 Magnum Pistol Luis Neufeld $50 bond estreated
JS FBA HOMES in past Oil Truck stop 3 In the African Methodist Episcopal Sales Mrs. Alma George and Mrs.J. .
Dade various miles west of complete with cartridge belt SLIP for valid driver's license Otis'ones
Beach and counties Clewiston. Itc COVERS and drapes. Cur no ; Church and in the observance of S. Gajadha accompanied Rev. I
and Small cash and holster $90. Call YUkon 3-1523 made. of bond wilful and wanton
sizes prices. tom Complete line $75 ,, 22. Them.n ,
his Natal Day October I* Holmes to West Palm Beach
ijnnentOR after 1:00: p.m. itp drapery and cover fabrics. reckless driving; Joe Willey Bear j
aUPca )' honors were bestowed upon where they attended the Testimonial
RENT Efficiencies and Free estimate. YU 2-5831 $200 bond white intoxl ,'
ley, driving >
houses as avaOabl miscellaneous Wanted JEEPS-$195.00 down balance in V.il Cothern'a/Custom Furnitureand cated. him Wednesday evening Oct. 30, al program last Wednesday :r'

Over 1.000( vacant IOta to select easy monthly Installments. Mt1!- Upholstery tie 1963 8 p.m., at the Payne Chapel ning. ."1' I 4

!from for an purposes. Various tarp style completely overhauled. A. M. E. Church corner Ninth We are very proud to know that \ ,:

Terms.INVESTMENT. Repainted ready to go. Can be NORAD Sites street and Division avenue West Mrs. Vlnie Kerr is doing nicely "i\

prices.: AND INCOME MAN WANTED to manage and utilized for hunting farming Palm Beach, Florida the Rev. H. after her recent Illness.. "+: I
operate a retell Watkins RouteIn ranching and construction. Call LOST & FOUNDLOST McNeal Harris minister officiating.
860 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent this area. Earnings of 125.00 Fort Lauderdale 1.01848 or Made PermanentARMY CHURCH 1

CBS construction $25,000. I per week from the very beginning. write Jeeps, 2905 N. Andrews Ave.. Observations and remarks were New Bethel A. M. E. !
LONG TERM low Interest, farm, : Write Mr. McGarity. P. O. Box Fort Lauderdale. lto Green Shaeffer fountain made by various associate minis- Rev. I* Holmes, raster

cane, grove and ranch mort- 627 Wllllston, Florida. nov7c FOR SALE pen green Finellne pencil and CONTRACT FOR DEFENSE ten and friends. Honored guest for Sunday School 9:30:. a.m. Mr. H. j
Payroll envelopes, AREAS this occasion was the Right Reverend L. McKlre -'
gages, minimum $50,000. gold ball point pen with U.S.S.C Supt.
'65 WEEKLY AND MORE-For reliable printed wills form for social ae- I
William F. BaH, Sr., presto'pat :Morning worship begins at 10:55. !
LISTINGS NEEDED Staff Dinner 1962 Inscribed on itAll :
man or woman to service Curtly, withholding and other de- Army Engineers in Jacksonville '
J. M. LANKFORD customers In dewlston. Full or uctions. Box of 500. Clewiston were in a plastic pocket liner today awarded two contracts to- bishop llth Episcopal district Evening Services, 7 p.m.

leg Real Estate Broker part time. No Investment. Write News Office. Reward. Ken'Swayne; YU 27221. taunt nearly! a half million dollars A. M. E. Church along with Young Women's Club meeting II
530 East Sugarland Highway tic other ministers laymen and Monday evening.
Watkins Products Inc., Dept. N-l, for construction of defense
Tire, Auto and General P. O. Box 2447. Memphis Term. 'FOR SALE: Kresky furnace will acllltlei In South Florida which friends throughout the district Bible Reading Tuesday evening ,
heat five house. Thermostat Presentation of a plaque for his .
Insurance Itp room established last at the church.Choir .. .
were year
Oewistnn, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 and blower. 225at. fuel tank. P-IZZA wonderful years of service was Rehearsals, Wednesdayand j
.. the Cuban.crisis... .. ., I
NOW ACCEPTING awU-U; ;;;; lOt Mrs", P. M. McIntyre; &oV21c District Engineer Col.' H. R. itiadrb Re?. Leroy: Holmef pastor Thursday nights, respectively.You j
SANIBEL ISLAND PROPERTY: -- --- New Bethel A. M. E. Church, I,
waitresses and cashiers. See are always welcome to our
Exclusive Gulf front at $200. per THOSE GOOD CLAXTON FRUITCAKES Sugarland PharmacyYU Parfitt said a $338.980 contractwas Clewiston.
Gary Scott at Thrifty Drugs tic services.
awarded to Acro-V Builders
front foot. Resort motel and dress are here. $1.00 pound

shop. Attractive terms YU 2-3421 WANTED: Baby Pig. Call YU from any BPW member or at 2-3311 Corp. of New York N.Y. for construction I BANQUET IN BASEMENT
nov7c Beards1e "'. office. nov4c of Hawk and Hercules HOSPITAL NOTES J
fit C 2-3221. ) Hostess, MIss M. A. Hall Williams
missile site facilities in the Mimi -
--- Patients j
daughter of the honoree. admitted-Owen Foster,
Homesteadad and Westreas.
Key I
CaUUiassus..sass.nsosuusuussssuuastaqBUSINESS Mr. George R. Coleman master Berry White John Herbert Chas

A $149,367 contract was of ceremonies.On Coring, Miguel Pryce Lula Craw. j ,
Lot For Sale awarded to Mike Bradford & Co.,
Highway the menu were turkey dress- ford.
Inc. of Miami for.construction of 1
I a readiness crew building at fag, green peat candied yams, foot Patients remaining Miguel I 1 1Pryce j
DIRECTORY rolls and ice and cake. Chas. Coring John Herbert
75 ft. x 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley Homestead Air Force Base, near cream j
Derry White Perdval Hodges
Across from Parkinson's : The first contract Involves contraction NOTES FROM SCHOOL MOOREHAVEN Lula Crawford Tom Brown. j

of prefabricated buildings I
YU 3-2941 SEE US FORBOTTLED and electrical facilities The Booker T.Washington School
By Owner Phone EVINRUDESales GAS hardstands, water and technical equip., Professional meeting was held WANTEDA

Wednesday evening, October 30, Steamer TrunkIn
AppliancesSalesService meat for the Army Air Defense Good Condition
and ServiceNew Command units rushed to South 1963, at 7:30 pjn. For Information
: Florida in October 1062 to guard General Theme: "Using Human

Frank Denmead and Used Meters against military attack during the Growth and Development to Improve Mrs. Stella CONTACT
Baker. Rt. S, flex 88ClewMon
Reading Teaching, Guidance
Marine Hardware Cuban crisis Colonel Parflt said.
REALTOR Parte sad Accessaries POWER GASCORPORATION Roads will be provided, water In the Challenge of change" Call YUkon 26633JULIA'S
Exclusive listings Devotional: Mr. W. T. Campbell. j
Marine Safety Equipment piped to the interim facilities from
Office hours 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Fham YDke 8-5X11 nearby wells, a dining hall contracted Song: "God Will Take Care of -
and Sunday "
I concrete floors laid, and You. 1
R. E. WALDRON CALL COLLECT existing ten facilities wired with Scripture and Prayer.

! For Sale South Bay WY 6-8321 electricity. and area lighting installed Song: "Love I>Divine All Love Exelling. BEAUTY NOOK
House. Three bedrooms, one bath. Block. Financed. ."
under the contractThe
Duplex. Both aides rented. Extra rental unit In rear. A Gems.peaker'a. FW That New Look I
food WALDRON'SMEA33 HENDRY COUNTYTitle Homestead Air Force Base Ttnttar Styling Cutting
buy at 89.500.00' including lot and furniture.
readiness building Involves alter. Skeleton: Miss E. E. Ke .
for dew- AjvofatBents.
Trade equity In $13,000 home In Ft Lauderdale & Abstract Co.
titan property improved or unimproved. : AND OROCEHD2I: .tlons to an existing 40-by-A-foot McPhafl. Friday sad Saturday
230' Hwy. 27 frontage, Inside city limits of Clewiston. May Title Ab.tracte-Tlt1e InsaraMe structure formerly used for tralng Speaker: Mrs. M. I. Black teacher _Hr. f.Ha Balee. I'n1wIeterHilton'
be (Open 7 ..m. to 1 p.m. & 8 to 8 p.m. Public Stea.grapberPkMeeepvisg of Science and Mathematics
purchased" whole or part. DopUeattag g purposes. Two single story concrete ,
D acres of cane within W mile of Lake on U.S. 27. Six Days a Week Bridge .t. and Park A"LaBelle. block wings, one measuring Harlem Academy School. Subject,

Almost new 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS home. Excellent 10- (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) "... P. O. Hex 641ORaare "You Learn by. Living."
cation. HM been financed. MSC1 Remarks: Prof. Robert Gamble. Grocery
Extra clean. 1 bedroom, furnished home. Large Shade tree I
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Public Notice Repast: Apetixer miniatures
"I bt close to shopping. M.500.00 Total Price. For prompt' Jt: clent110m" aDd trick Groceries Fresh Meat !
3 tobedroom. 1 bath frame home. Fruit trees and shade.Gee delivery treat VegetablesCold
Four Miles East of Clewiston
Excellent terms.
Drinks Essential items.
8 bedroom comfortably furnished house. Air cood1tIoood11I4 OF THE MIAMI HERALD NOTICE or BALB S NOTE FROM WOMEN'S We Appreciate Your -
To Whom It liar Concern PatronageMr.
Heat A real fine value. Bare Beach '
with additional income property. You MISSIONARY SOOETTThe
are h.ribr notified that the and Mrs. Tanntesi HBtee
Lots for Sale Call Bobby Giddens S..08 ollowlnc eonT.rtlbl motor vthlclc will b.1111 cold Chevy.t Women's Missionary' Socle* Freprietors

I excellent lots. Both are 100' x 100', with bothSides TO' 2-1311 Public 81. .t II o'clock the 11th ty of the West Palm Beach districtof I
corner day of November IMS, at the Ftrit the A. M. E. church held their t
paved pr1ee. National Bank of Cl.wliton., Tho
Highway 27?50' lot. in best part of town. Will sacrifice for Attention Cattlemen proc..d'I of th. sale l will b. applied quarterly! meeting Saturday morn
quick sale. Little cash needed. first to tho payment of the coil of lag, Oct 20, 1183 at 11 a.m. at the Harlem Club j'
OnPaved New Is tae tine te eensettdate r.taking. storing and ...1. of said
8 party. Hurst
private A.
excellent business zoned Jots from motor vehicle and the coat of publl. Chapel M. E. church Your Favorite Mixed Drink
road. rear debts with a loa, tens farm tlon of notice of als! and then to Riviera Beach Fla., the Rev. H. M.

,4: .excellent lots. Zoned for duplex duplex financing ar- loan, lew Interest rates, wilt the under attraction the contract of cov.rlnr the balance. the duo fl. Wilson pastor. Dr. A. A. Williams Fried Chicken Cocktail Sandwiches

N6I anclns of said. residing elder and Mr.
: motor vohlelo. M. I.
taIae.EzoeneDt residential on North side. Price below market Federal Land Bank Op Any surplus will b. paid to you Chapman district president Recorded Music. Popular Band
and will
you remain liable for any Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wallace
balance remaining unpaid under Mrs. Grace Collins president ProprietorsBVBlajjjjM
Trailers See er Write said contract. Missionary Society New Bethel
44 city lots paved street fenced. wen It pump. septic tank W. .. HAY COMPANY FIRST BANK or AND BOCA TRUST RATCN. A. M. E. church dewlston. was in

II Patio for House Tra'Jer. 10' x 55' Trailer Included Total price Waleaid CN t> -Nov. T. 11(1QTTCH attendance at this meeting. t ;'
Bex 186 BundingBradentoa. LAWN 8ERV1C
WOO. and take over Trailer payments. Terms to right part) I

28' 1 bedroom newly! painted. Excellent condition inside Florida or ANNUAL, MEETING OF Efficient and Friendly '

ISLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT Mrs. Annie Johnson, Edison, Ga., aim to sausgrAllen's
Income ? Notice U hereby given' that
East. Tribune I ."ant to call of the Board of Super.visors is the pleasant house guest of Mr. Lawn Service ;
Park and five acres on US. 27 Tampa aDd
acres on excellent of Diatom bland Dralnarei.trlct Mrs. Louis Whitfield and chllren. .
.2 U.S. 27. 180 frontage with buslfQS and In accordance with YTkea 26248EbeH p-i.1 ,
"""I quarters. This is a clean presentable opportunity for the sad hHpt.r au, Florida Statute* 1(41, Allen Jr.. Proprietor I',;
Persons sad Law Amendatory thereto, th..nnu..1 Elder Theodore Granville pas- ,
looking and
for quality .
onBe Ft. Myers meeting 01 I.ndown. ofDlston
Good buys 1 in fish camps, Motels and highway bland Oralnaate Dl.trlct fo> I
U& 27 East News Press the r.R''I: will be held In the
I In the Courthouse In e
Acreage Home Delivery he City of Moor Haven, Florida,

SOO acre Ranch. Some In sugar cane balance in pasture. W. O. CAMPBELL I i n:tt Monday o'clock Nor.mb.r In the morning S5. IMf.Ea.tn at- ELITE GROCERYt;

miles South Clewiston. Phone 2-2791 Standard Time, for the purpose
U acres on State Road 80 west of LaBelle. ofl

CALL a 1.term Cleoting.ne of three (RvperrlMr I) year*. for Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies ,"'

HATHCOCK'SAUTO I. Receiving annual report ;
and taking such action with re-
FRANK DENMEAD Realtor pect thereto ai the landowner Cold Drinks vClewlaton News
SALES BKRYICB ::---- may d.tirmlBe, aad 'J
818 E. El P... Ate.TV RESTAURANT' a muck S. Tranuatlaar such otaer ..
2-3121 STATION' bu.ln. .. may properly come Other Items
before the mctlnwBOARD .

er Jaaalta "..... TV 8-1311. Associate edafe OrEN ALL NIGSTWe TfeOew.4talfe.ffFaeaeTOalMl. .., I8TOM OP ISLAND SUPBRVTaORB DRAIMAQB OF For Information Call TO 2-7661 ,**, '
A55 "
Carroll L. BensM. TO M3M. saner. a... DISTRICT
*IT PATS TO DEAL WITH A REALTOR By F. B. Conkllnr I President
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I ;i 11 i j Pa ge Eight THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Gewistoo, J'1a.II Unicef DriveCoUected E. Key, immediately! plunged into
i Thursday November 7, 1983 the canal and began rescue effort p --
t. The wreck occurred:: about 5:30: <
I'' $136.The areand It was shortly after T

; :' Cattle Need Food Supplement UNICEF: drive Wednesday when Cole was freed from the trac-:
I I tor. He received large cut on fall
before Halloween was a very" successful :- a
111 Miss Barbara left arm a smaller cut on his left
one, reports
/ To Maintain Condition in WinterThe Francisco chairman. Collectionswere : kg and numerous bruisei. He was I
taken to Hendry General for observation '
$136.71 and about 50 children
I" best Investment a cattleman The Animal Scientist says h. took part In the "Trick or Treat by officers. You cordially invited
to attendour
\\1 can make la to properly supplement cannot tell ranchers 'the definite for UNICEF" project After the Workers first felt that It would! .
his animal' feed during amount of protein or energy supplementation collection the group returned to necessary for the cab to be cutaway
I the winter," says Dr. T. J. Cunha, they should feed their! the Methodist Church for a hot dog with torches: and the Clewis I
; j.' bead of the University of Florida'i cattle. The quantity needed will party.In ton Fire Department answered the
Animal Science Department for the vary and will depend on the condi-- addition to the children in the call should a fire result. Howeverthe I .
Agricultural Experiment Stations tion and size of their animals drive about 20 adults helped with workers were able to pull the .," ,
j Agricultural Extension Service and the stage of pregnancy and lactation providing: transportation and in seat from under the driver which a> '
the College of Agriculture. of their cows, and the kind other ways. Members of the Methodist released his legs. In the crash, ;
"Protein and energy nutritional quality and amount of pasture and Youth Fellowship planned the Cole was thrown to the right which OPEN HOUSE .
deficiencies: are common among other feed available. party and assisted with decora prevented the cab from crushinghim 'I'
I cattle In Florida during the winter The amount of protein needed tlona and In serving. against the steering wheel. '*;".'
months," he explains "and they: Assisting Trooper Larson were I.;'"
'. cost the cattleman considerably." may vary from about H pound to Trooper Jack Bent of Moore Haw November
I I Dr. Cunha urges cattlemen to begin ; 3 pounds or so daily, he says Truck Driver I* en and Patrolman Jimmy Harrisonof on Wednesday, 13

feeding their cattle a protein Energy can be supplied by permanent Pahokee.
I supplement before they lose "A Walking Miracle"Clarence
or temporary pastures, hay,
,' not weight start Too feeding many protein cattlemen: until do silage, molasses, grain citrus pulp B. Cole of Mabelton Bank Of Belle between the hours of 4 and 7 p.m.

December or January or even and other feeds. Georgia might well consider himself
later he explains. By this time the living on borrowed time following Glade to Hold
""i animals have lost so much weight The amount of energy or protein his accident early Monday.
I feeds fed should be based the
'i It requires a large amount of teed animal's response to the amount on morning east of dewlston. Open HouseThe at our new home.
\\11': to bring them back into good con being fed. If the cattle respond Cole driving a White tractor-I
.I. .,1 1 dition. "It Is cheaper to prevent trailer rig with 34,701 pounds of Everglades newest bank the
well the amount of feed
It .1 9; weight losses than to weight may Bank of Belle Glade will hold
I put "Georgia Grade A Fryers" consigned open
',., be decreased. If do not
they -
I ,". ,1'j back on an animal he emphasizes.Thin as fast as they should then for the British West Indies, house Wednesday; November 13, BANK OF BELLE GLADE
between the hours of eoo and TOO
cows produce few calves he the amount of protein or energy crashed through the road block on : :
adds pointing out) that they may feeds supplied should be increased.. US 27 near Bear Beach after his p.m.
not even produce a calf In many brakes failed and was pinned in Established to provide a three
I cases a calf is produced only every "Proper supplementation pays the cab for nearly two hours before word banking facility-Helpful,
other ;year and then the calf may increased dividends and should bea workers were able to free him. Courteous, Confidentlal-the bank
1 not leach a desirable. weaning must on all Florida cattle ranches According to Trooper H. E. Lar- will be open for business on Thura-
: weigh or grade. ," Dr. Cunha concludes. son of Pahokee Cole was traveling day morning, November 14 at 930.
south about 40 miles an hour as he the ultra modern banking houses
i approached the detour from the directly across the street from
)5- I It newly constructed 27 to the old the new post office: in Belle Glade
t route. His brakes failed and he with a convenient drive-In window
..' I G. B. Foulk, General Contractor went through the road block narrowly and large paved parking lot We Will
.. Be
I I'' missed a mobile crane road Officials of the bank Include C. A. Open To Serve You

; .:.t packer, parked auto and struck a "Mutt",Thomas, chairman of the
LimerockSandFillShellRoads large pile of dredge pipe which: his Board: E. B. McDaniel Jr., president
\' : truck pushed into the canal being and W. W. Mikell. vice president -
..;i used to excavate: muck from the and cashier Directors: in-
road right-of-way. His tractor also dude Robert D. Apelgreen, James
;) Streets Parking Lots truck a fuel barge used by the A. Ball Jr., Joe Tom Boynton Thursday November 14
.... J action dredge and came to rest John Henry Logan Robert E. ,
I partially on top of the pipe, with Mathews Jr., William Rogers,
J j Tandem Trucks Dozer CrapeTractorand the cab being mashed between the George L. Royal. Jr., Claude L.ihlrley .
fuel tanks and the trailer. George Wedgeworth, and
ik Equipment Rental Workers on the construction crew the executive: : officers.:
were witnesses and..veralnarrow- The bank Is opening with $300.000

;,r Phone OR 5-4441 Ofc. SR 29 at River Bridge ly escaped being hit by the trucks capitol stock: ; 1120,000 surplus; Wf 9:30 A. M.
.' it went by, they' also confirmed undivided profits, and is a memberof
; that escaping air confirmed Cole's the Federal Deposit Insurance
H.. LaBelle brake failure statement The workers Corporation.

,;; .;; Thomas E. J Johnson Will ap! 41'
Pent Lloyd Holden and Clarence
King Describes

: : European TourDean Banking Hours

:Monday through Thursday 9:30: a.m. until 2.00: p.m.
ir King told some of the highlights -
\ CORBIN'SI of his European' tour when Friday, 9:30: a.m. until 5:30: p.m.

NEW AT nnmn.nn __. he addressed Klwanls Club yesterday
1 at the Inn. Hw covered only i
part of the extensive tour that ho
and Mrs. King made last summer
"FerfalGro"Sileep He described Germany at a new, Drive-In Window Service
I vigorous country; with many new :
r. l' buildings new streets, excellent Monday through Thursday 9:30: a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

merchandise in the stv/rei and a Friday
Manure 9:30: a.m. until 5:30: p.m.
general air of wan-being! everywhere -
He said most traces of war
damage have been remove:!.
100% Natural icPremIUm He told of their visit to Austria
+ Introductory Special Vienna and Italy and of the visitto Installment Loan Department
2.15 Quality the U. S. Aircraft carrier Enterprise
which was then based In Monday through Thursday 9:30: a.m. until 3:00: p.m.
$ the Mediterranean. He gave such
; Sterilized Weed Free Dehydrated interesting details as the hotel Friday 9:30: a.m. until {5:30) : p.m.
bill with a 9% added for "tax" anda
; r 88 Contains tobacco stems 15% addition for "..rvlce.-a1-
though one felt compelled to present
i I'I the usual tip for services also;
I to help repell insects -the crush of people when the Enterprise -
: c for visitors,
50-lb. Bag was opened
: Excellent food and soil builderfor and the communication with people -
Reg. $2.49 Kings] who speak spoke no no French.English when the Bank of Belle Glade"Helpful

Plants, Flowers Shrubs and Garden Directors of the Club have
pat-paved election of lfloers
until November Zt. because el
the special program next Wednesday Courteous Confidential"
Special Bonus at which Judge Newell
II .f West Palm Beach win diaUM Telephone 996-6711 I
GROUND TOBACCO Juvenile problem Belle Glade
5-lb. bag of U1 I":'"erta I-G" STEMSExcellent Floyd Bowen chairman introduced Member Federal
I the speaker, and O. N. Pits- Deposit Insurance Corp.
J. FREE to first 50 "Fertal-
en presided at the meeting. There /
"" r Gro"customers at our store 3lulchi were a number of visitors present. /
i_ and soil 1 builder. 6 9 including a delegation from the ;
Holds moisture' Fort Myers Kiwanis Club accompanied '" .
Green Your Lawn r-.Jf-: r.: \
I Up in soil. Helps re- by' Oscar Corbln who
1 f 50-Lb. brought them over by plane. Oscar
j Overseed Now With pell insects' Bag brought his brother John Corbin EXECUTIVE
I !; RYE GRASS SEED Mulch your Reg. 1.95Texture a Clewiston Lion, along as his OFFICER:
C I j shrubs now to guest C. A. ; '
;f#:' I : help them thru Thomas E. B. McDaniel,.Jr. ):: W. W. :Mikell

env: ,fc r.;!'. f } 1 10-lbs.-$1.39 'the dry months, Local Student Caiman, of Board President ", V. P. and Cashier

I ,' ,Covers 1000 square feet. ahead. .
!:," .>4.*(:"' Quick lawn beauty at low cost. Attractive Color and Wins High Rating .
Ji. *."...,
It Jimmie Edwards, son of Mrs. W. BANK DIRECTORS "
{' i. 51HHt1 md H. Whiddon has been placed on the .Flt'' n.
President's List of honor studentsat Robert D. '
Holmes Jonlor College at Good Apelgreen James A. Ball Jr. : 4 Joe Tom Boynton
LAWN WEED KILLER man Miss. His scholastic average Farmer
;' for the academic period Just endedwas Real Estate Pres. Seminole Life Ins'
Exclusive Formula 2.7 out) of a possible 3.
,I Jimmie -will spend Christmas in
t i Kills weeds Leaves the
\ grasses Clewiston with his mother and In! John Henry Logan '
will his work at' Robert E. Mathews! Jr. E. B. McDaniel Jr.
January complete
\ I I't :J;I Quart 981 Gallon $2.98 Holmes Junior College and will enter 'VP and Agriculture : Bank
Attorney President of
Mississippi State University, Consultant, .
Exchange ,
;: where he plans to major In law. '
National Bank, Tampa *

; 1 r ALSO Non-Selective Weed Killer-for Driveways and ., Cub Leaden . . ... ... ..

t ii; ; Patio Areas Kills All Vegetation Meeting Date SetA
William '
t meeting of all Cub Scout Den Rogers ." Oeorge, Royal Jr; 'Claude L. shirley
I j Mothers and an Pack Committeemen Farmer
1 GARDEN CENTER has been called for next Merchant Concrete Business
11 / Thursday, November 14. at T:30:
\ andFARM pm. in the Elementary School

'\ 1 1 I 4 SUPPLY Auditorium.At this time. it expected that C. A. "Mutt" Thomas George Wedgworth E T r

plans win be finalised lor placing Farmer
: Sugarl&nd Hwy. Clewiston the Cub Pack in operatoa and it Farmer s
I is important that each of the leaden sE

H.t' : shall be present -

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Halftime Lead .

Tigers Down Devils I 2 Homecoming Sections, 12 Issue Pages The Clewis ton News '( !

20-14 In Ridge Win Il VOLUME 38 --NUMBER-45 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 345.=. PJ1 Subscription $4.00 yea

little team beat a food National Tennis Champion Will Give Coronation and Football Game Highlight Friday .
m mod Tiger StarMIKE
team Friday night Invon Exhibition On New Clewiston CourtsLocal I J
Clewiston Tigers came
u the u vv
K::11 tcMnd! to win a rough defen- tennis enthusiasts will have I

B battle 20-14. the opportunity to watch a national Homecoming Activity
Kewiston was first on the *coreKrd champion on the local courtson f

midway the first quarter Sunday, November 17th when
m, AI Morrell taking a -yard 16-year old Billy Harris of West
7 f-cm quarterback Mike Mat3 Palm Beach plays in exhibition

for six points. The kick byRaiM i matches. Young Harris is Natl.onI :
for the extra point failed.Evon I al Tennis Champion and has won I With Parade
Park pushed across twom. more Individual honors and troph Opens .
'. in the second period to one lea than any other athlete his age
Clewiston and held a narrow In America. He has carted home
HI 13 halftime lead even though more than 500 trophies. I
E. outlined the Tiger consld- I Alumni Memberships cash prizes of $20, f i5, and $10 will
Kbly on the ground.KlazzlM During the past summer he won i\ be awarded for the best floats in
scored from the five on seven first place awards out of School the parade. Eugene Fuller will
;! High For
keeper play and Bo LIndseyd ? P eight major United States and Sought Newly serve u master of ceremonies
,1'- Canadian tournaments he entered. activities and during the
the same end for the ex- during the
point Both of the AP touchwot : t ,. His coach and teacher Is his fath- a News NotesOver Organized Assn. coronation of the queen by last
short yardage runs er, Charles R. Harris, who ranked year's queens, Mrs. Jane Johnson
An all effort Is being madeto
Maddox scoring from theBee among the nation's top ten playersfor Parrlaa and Miss Margaret
ji: Jim make this the largest and most
100 seventh grade studentsof
through the center of the lineEd many ;years.Playing Waters
Clewiston School successful "high school homecom 100'r r
scored fromRe High are participating Immediately]; following the
Lance Padgett in the exhibition matches ing" ever held In dewlston with I
l In an enrichment program -
made both .r ball the annual homecomingdance
yards out. Maddox MAZZINA was picked as will be Billy Harris, his dad which Included nine weeks members of the 1933, '43. 53 and game will be held in toe. gym I
Br: points on line fans plunges.Few felt that'pgera player of the week for his offensive Charles Harris, Jerry Erneston, an each of typing, general music, '63 classes being honored. sponsored by the Ninth Grade. I
WL It any could keep Avon ParkKm play against Avon Park up and cmolng young player of health, and reading Instruction.As Activities are scheduled to begin Students and alumni are cordially
by the Tlrer coaching staff. ills West Palm Beach and Walter Com with a parade Friday afternoon at invited. Dress will be semiformal
scoring almost at will dur- the event
is arranging
rie of Clewiston. tiara Director,
with baU handUiif was exceptionally follow-ups of the original 3:30: which will proceed from the (coats and ties) and dancing will
half their
second pow. further
the Gene :Fuller, Clewiston Recrea- and will announce plans.
g smooth and tricky and he field
football Sugarland
Hul pound game. The dewlstonBvi com- physical check-ups given by' the on be in stocking feet only to prevent
exhibited a "letdown" from pitted fire of seven pisses attempted Hendry County Health Department Highway to Francisco Street: and damage to toe hardwood floor.A .
previous weeks when theyHd as the Clewbton team student In 'the seventh and northward where it will break up live band from. Ft Lauderdal
e two played a bruslng battle withKje gamed 102 yards via the air. eleventh grades have received 4 near the bus station. A twenty unit last been engaged and excellent

Glade and a similarly]; rough hearing examination and students parade i* anticipated with seven music is assured
Be: with the previously unbeaten I In summarizing the game Coach a In seventh through twelfth grades I floats, the Sugarland Band and the The homecoming activities artunder
piter Warriors. AP has won I Joe Bundy' felt it was one of the have received eye examinations. i nine Homecoming Queens r1d.1n,1n the direction of the Student

H.11 two games while losing five best "entire" team efforts of the I convertibles. Council and its success depends

Kludlog the Tiger loss, however season, and strongly emphasized All former,teachers of CHJTare QueeR Contestants entirely]; on the participation of the
le; have played such powers asftke the blocking against a much larger pr, > being Invited to attend the homecoming Contestant from this yean student body and CBS gradate <
Wales and Arcadia and have line. : social at the Library Friday graduating class Include Misses don't miss a tingle event. :,
much better team than their Center Doug Rudd and lineman evening. Jackie Goldman, lulls nicdon, Mh
cord Indicates. Murray Belcher were cited as unsung Barbara Jacobs Chats Kelly, BABY TIGERS .
lite perked during the heroes of the game for their Debbie Kemp, Sandra Pace,
Tigers Basketball coach Buren Hall rep
l.ffime: Intermission and played outstanding blocking; Lee Ford resented dewlston at a meetingof Donna KedUb, Barbara Klfby, TROUNCED BYMOOHAVEN ::..

Ipir-d ball during the second and Johnny McGee played outstanding coaches from Belle Glade, Pa- and Sharon Wohlueter. The 53-0 "
ml: Al Morrell pushed through the defensively; Ronnie Olden hokee, Clewiston and Okeechobeo candidates were chosen by the .,
Kt Illv. yards of Devil defense In and Kenny Davis making their In Pahokee Saturday.It student body, and will be escorted Moore Haven's varsity continued \,
Bo final period, with the extra first offensive appearance played was decided to have the annual by boys either than football its winning ways In a large fashion ;
Ijit being scored by Lindsey toIke exceptionally fine games; Henry Holiday Tourney in dewlston on player this year. last Thursday night by downing'' '' :
a 20-14 lead. The entire third Bowden and Doug Angel, made December M and 28 with game A social Is being planned for all the dewlston Tiger "B" squad l
ftrlod was consumed with dew- more tackles as linebackers in the scheduled for 7:00 and 8:30 la the the graduates of dewlston High In there, 53-0. The Terrier are now
Ion and Avon Park launching second half than they had previously Y wn, evenings Pairings are Pahokce the high school library between the 7-0 for toe season, resuming foot-
found drives that carried gist all season; Mandy Morrell and and Belle Glade in the first game hours of 6 and 7 p.m. Emphasis ball for the first time in seven
) the entire length of the fieldS Jlmm Dana were outstanding on : on opening! night and dewlston will be placed on honoring the tour ;years.
to bt halted short of the goal defense as was Smitty Polhlll who ELJ': and Okeechobee In the record game designated classes. The luckless Tigers held the
,e. Each team had the ball fore was a doubtful starter because of -- : with the winner and consolation Alumni Assn. Organised heavier and more experienced Terriers -
lerlri of downs In the crunch- a pulled leg muscle that kept him NO TRICKS, JUST A TREAt as Mrs. Opal Schick reeehe a games the next night. Hall has also Members of the Beta dub are only; twice for down throughthe
g period.The out of practice all week. Al Mor- 125.00 check from Mr*. Van Cothent for milk for the nnderprirUdete announced a 22 game schedule spearheading the organization, of entire game and picked up 23
Tiger lead was not a corn rell played his usual bruslng game children. Each year the Beta Sigma PM Chapter coo- which will be published at later an Alumni Association and have yards passing and minus yards in '
ruble margin and fans "..weat10 with power running and crippling tributes a sUlmar turn to provide milk for those children who date. secured membership cards which rushing Moore Haven picked up I
I" Avon Park drivo that was ackles. cannot afford It. Mrs. Schick I* lunchroom manager and Mrs. will be issued upon receipt of $100 11 first downs to dewiston's four.
i ted with about three minutes STATISTIC Cothena Is president of the sorority ehapter -STAFF PHOTO. dewlston has been paired with dues All graduates are urged to and the home team interceptedthree
i !the scoreboard clock as Smlt- I Central Catholic of Fort Pierce, become charter members of the passes.
Ara PirkFlnt
PolhUl grabbed a Devil fumble d.w.. _" 14 ia JUNIORS Pahokee and Okeechobee in mak- organization and should contact Tommy Greenwood scored five ,
i about the 30 yard line. AP had "..01. m.klnn HI .4. Team W. L. I Jig class B, Region 4, Group 15, the Beta Club at CHS. touchdowns; Larry Tyler; scored ;
.. 103fuuirm Football
eviously been slowed by a 15- \ |M lB 5r S-T l- Flag Devil 3 basketball division. These four The alumni social will be followed two and Billy Tlndall one TD.
rd penalty which the tiring I.I ...*. /drregled hf 1 -------- -- 11 teams will compete in a group at 1:00: by a football game Tindall also kicked five extra
: outlook ....... ........ _" l-:2w lajrVMklra By WOODY CARRUT11ERS Comets ...,._... ..... 6 31 the winner to in between the dewlston and ,, j
ger defense a new on !..' car ._ .1 tourney, compete Tigers points. >(fa 1
Ie: Warriors ...___ 4 .., ;;
e. 1'.rd. e a u.rd 51 the regional, with its winner gone the Lake Placid Green Dragons Clewlaton --? 0 00.0-0 :
The Jets took a few bruise. last state. the Intermission Moore __ 20 13 U-53 j .
Angels __ m -... 0 < II to the During halftime Haven 7
week as the third place Rebels
broke their undefeated string by a
core of 8-0. Greg Miller broke a.
loose and galloped 70 yards' for the i
,ame's only touchdown. Cecil Keen '
proved to be too tough for the Jets .
IS the Chargers banded the Jets
their second defeat of the season.
Keen scored three times In the BY CHEVROLETThe

chargers 19-13 win over the Jets. kind of handling ease
The Rebel and Chargers will be ,
you'd In smaller )
expect a can
battling It out for second place
honors this week; the loser will be Come on down and drive M. I

i tied with the Tigers for third place .' ;;i,, '!'_.,. ., 1
Last week's results: Oct. 28: 1
Charger 7, Tiger 0; Rebel 8, lorQ rr.
Jets 0; Oct. 30: Charger 19, Jets 1
13 Rebel 24 6. I
; Und
The .f comfort you'dxpect r :
Dan Nelson stopped Darryl ,
t-0t-toe'I) Bartley In his own inzone for a In a large Interior.C90I8 .

0 *I ,, 1 safety that gave the Devils an M on down and alt In K. '
$$ : ( % ,. 'wr win over the Comets. was late in
the fourth quarter with toe score
tied 8-8 and the Comet with the ..
MORRELL ((40))
ball deep in their own territory,
the deciding touchdown against Avon Park there Fn- were trying desperately; for a

official Staff Photo the Comet' line to grab Hartley's
lost his head.
flag for the winning two points.
The Warrior have a better team .
-lewuton ron Bill Baird Jimmy Crockard. than their record shows. They've
High School( Marion Crofut. Bobby Jones Dan played the top teams some real s# 6oi6aitle ? =R r ri

Honor Roll I McCarthy. Jane Miller, Jan Wilson, tough game but Just can't Hem I :

Kenneth Young. Ltoda Johnson. to come out on the winning end.
First 8U Weeks : Jimmy Bible, Harold
11th grade The games the Warriors have lost
'ER CIRCLE (at least 5 A'., Jones, Elaine McConville.Susan Schick, were by no more than one touch- ,
Bill Perry.
IB allowed) Oliphant. down.
lilt Rickey Sexton Joanne The Angels, losing two game by
: Mary Alice Gober I Rogers, Judy
r ilrick Kelly, Qulta Mazzina; W I Carlin. Elizabeth forfeit. Just can't seem to get their Only a car that look a* good aa this could

:fade: David Beardsley, Denna Watson.12th grade! : Bin Farm, Bonnie team to follow the right combina- com"between. Chevrolet and Chevy U.

*nod Lawrence; 10th grade: Rudy Barton!' Knowles, Cheryl Lee Mike Ma.- tion.Last week's results: Oct. 29; Angels Come on down and star at It, Mw Chmlb AfafftM Sfwt Coups
; 12th grade: Phyllis Sandra Pace,
much, nina Tommy Moore forfeited to Comets; Devil 8, ",
Chris Kelly. Glenlce Raulerson, Barbara RlgV. Oct. 31 Angels forfeU- I
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rah trade MIDGETS W. L. We built this one to do more than just stand around way It muffles noise and cushions bumps.rangeTThenb j

r. Donna: Barnie Addison Bryan, Jim Bran-Chip Newspapers are more also than have pur a Team Jets ._.-_.-....?.?-._. -. 7 2 looking beautiful. Held iU weight down in the 3,000. And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craf(amen ahoM'. 1\ .

a, Kathleen Smith, Judy Brant- Sin of DeWS; they digging! It Rebels .._...... .- .-...._ 4 5 pound lour lusty engines-two sixes up beneath this ones suave good looks, too .
7.Patricia Pace, Linda Sparks. creating it by who *>nt I Chargers ,- .. ...-. ." .-4 5 and two y*' 7wlt1! output all the way up to 220 horses'l 1 Sound good There's more.Like the fact that Chevelle t,
,** grade: Karen Holland RIcky out of news have sources a news story. I, Tigers .._-r--i-r..... ._...... 3 6let's And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles "

'.?10.?, Gayle Roland, Gloria da- realize they you've got the right idea.You've sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport model, .

laa Nancy. Corbln, Joe Lee, Danny also got a roomy car here. Yet Its 115-Inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if \ .
Bobby Redish. Randy Cock. wheelbase keeps it maneuverable in
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W. weld Steve Sexton | Go Bowling With its Full Coil suspension, Its got a ride BZI Like to hear more?The listening's wonderful price .'r

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!**erfne Lee McCarthy, days and all evenin s.GLADES .., .. : ,.

Ice any uanna Miller, Carol, Kay Davidson Owen Tommy, Dianne Connie Mann. BOWLING LANES "Chuck" Welle Motor Company ,.

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II Thursday, November 7, 1963 Section" Two I Cypress Kneeland-Unusual Attraction Has Outstanding Cypress Collection lab Buddy,: Robert Thompson TapJey, T1m, Davl Gary Ta f

/ Don Yoder.. Repo IIId
I iff i Tf PALMDALE you're seeking ,Dale] 1dcca
t I something different to spice your -
i it Florida vacation, stop at Cypress
Kneeland to have fun with"knees" j "Bald Eagle Week"
I LL- and explore the prime-
val beauty of ,1'e Society lDemben
a cypress swamp. 11. < : note of Bald IaIt
Just south of this little hamlet I Eagle Week, 'nc1 can
t attention to
alongside a sweeping! curve on .1 need for COIIser,.
tog this
;! U.S. 27 the Orange Blossom : ) :'; l'.J bird which Is
al *
j Trail through the middle of the 1Jr. t a I r ..,.......... Several emblem bald of the TWWafi; ,
state -w you'll encounter the unique \ eagle
establishment of Tom Gas- ,., In which these birds
kins, Florida-born "cracker", : been established In I'1orida.
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.' : ;<: area of Flsheat\n\ AI
who's been prowling the remote : .j : creek In C hd.
county, owned
vastnesses of cypress swamps f"I: by
., I' ( .. has recenCy been estsblldr.
since 1934 when he first succumbed .
mv ? ,.J:' t, ;i'lt :JI/ a Bald Eagle ?
I ; to his overpowering for Sanctuary
{ yen '
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the outdoors and beautiful ''; '. > .: ::" ; -; ", ::; If .. are known bald eagle best,II
'r' NEW FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Initiated as Greea- Here you'll tee the resultof : > ) Florida at this time, according!
,li I : hands recently! Include, Freddie LaByer, Gary RedUh, Ronald Tom's 19 years of patient Ole Society: b
Fletcher, Terry Jones, Joseph Davidson, Bay Hlngson, Robert
\ labor la the swamp a collection Helping Ia the work of
;4 Tapley, Tim 1W!, Tommy Akin, Edward Cat, Timmy Weaver, of cypress knees unmatched DISTINGUISHED: characters whose rearmDwight D. Eisenhower" Molse, Tshombe, Charles ing this national bird Presa,.
,( .! Henry Bowden, Lyntan Goldman, David Carlton, David Taylor, in the United States, blance, are seen, here in cypress knees are from' DeGaolle. Nlklta Khrushchev, and" former' British who save commemorative art i IIkia

,.' Tommy Mann, Buddy Thompson and Donnle Yoder. The Clewlar displaying! nature' "modern left to right! George, Washington' ,, General, Prime Minister Harold, Macmlllan.' and tend them to the Florida llamlll
I'r tl) ton FFA chapter observed Ito 20th birthday this year, and the art" that makes the most dubon Society at MaltlaDd AI.|
advisor Richard Pape, was the first FFA Chapter president modernistic- sculptor and resembling the profiles of Joe Sta. catwalk into the swamp behindhis If you like use unusual and These stamps I1L
wince with lin (remember him), FDR, and house, which, incidentally, is want to get off the beaten track, sale told t to
painter stamp
I envy. the unlamented Adolph Hitler, as built of hand rived cypress shingles you'll enjoy a visit to Cypress dealers and all
JiJ''' I brown and die has made a tinder The majority of the beautiful coeds go to bald eagle
Woods And Fields wok
.II J well a* knees 'clearly resembling a product of Gasklns path Kneeland.
box of the wlldlands.More kneel, ranging from two and three
j teddy, brown bear He's ent, careful workmanship. The
) and polar
r .1 Are In "ExplosiveCondition" people will be In the fields inches to giants! measured in feet,
even got one shaped like a man'shand. pioneers were expert at this. Today
I and woods to camp and hunt, and have been collected by Casting in
j Some are named. Othersare making such shingles is almost F.F.A. NEWSOctober
this will increase the opportunitiesfor Florida. However, collecting knees,
; not. You're invited to use lost art. ii1i
I The danger of woods fires was fires to get started, said Herndon like any other hobby, grows and your Imagination and suggest 22, 1963, the dewiston
i never greater in Florida than at grows( and his prize collection has for The walkway meander Inan
names the unusual ones. Whatyou'll Chapter Future Farmer of Am-
: ''I the present time, and with the advent The water table In the state Is long since! expanded to Include see, no one knows. Irregular circle through the erica initiated the greenhand mem-
.; I of hunting season and harvest very low because of less than nor- choice specimens from 22 states, beautiful swamp, whose primitive
bers. These those who have
of cane, great caution li urged on mal rains for three. consecutive among them New York, Pennsylvania Undoubtedly his most pop. beauty defies description. are Boots Guides Gas -la
everyone to be cautious about fire. years, said Herndon. When rain Delaware, Ohio, Illinois : ular U Madonna and Child, It'* like walking Into a recently Joined FFA. Fishing Tackle Supply
.j' The woods are in an "explosivecondition" now falls it leaches out quickly] or and Indiana. which clearly' resemble a towering cathedral with tall, Included were Tommy Akin,

a;: said Tommy Herndon runs off, and a heavy rainfall win His largest knee is a towering, mother coddling her baby.. centuries-old cypress Interlacing David Angell Murray Belcher, Johnson'sFishing
seven-foot from the St. Johns Another favorite I II Mrs Hippo Henry Bowden, David Carlton, Edwin
forester of the Florida Extension be needed to have any effect whatever overhead to form an
I River in Florida He has knees whose name falls t* describe Cato, David Flak Lyman Golden Camp
f Service. Dry weather and a cool: on any area in the state. arch of green or gray with
r c pell which has caused leaves to Herndon urges that everyone the natural beauty of festoons of Spanish moM Kenneth HM, Ray Hlngson, dewUton, Fla
the nnwal twists and carve Terry Jones, Freddie LaByer, Tom-
I take precautions with clgaret, swaying gently in the breeie.
of this naaterplece of nature's
matches, fires or other fires. -
"modern art". During peaceful stroll you
; The danger, he says, is very ;your .
great Country Club A visit with Tom, however, is pass various cypress: knee experiments
II not confined to his beautiful display ;years in the development
r+ A of golden-hued knees. You He's succeeded in getting\ a kneeto EXTRA
I Notes also visit his! cypress knee factory grow around a flint arrowhead;

Bowling LeaguesLAKE fly Matt and itreta Stanton ,in an oak and cabbage: palm hammock several knees to grow around bot-
I Here :you may watch the ties without breaking them; one
Hoist Harris and Puth Mottley I process of removing the rugged knee to crush a pewter cup as if
BOWLMNO LEAGUE were the winners of the Two-Ball outer bark to reveal the inner It were tissue paper; and severalto
Did You Know? U. S. S. C., Clewlston, with 26
Foursome last Ladles' Day with anet beauty of the knees change shape to cover manta -
points i* In first place. W. T. GrantIs score of 49.9. I There's also a 2,000-foot, raised m. bruises and cuts. o "
ii' You can get In second place with 22 points.U. I The ID-hole Round Robin to be t
I S. S. C. Bryant Is In third place played from the men's tees starts

,: ; Bar B Q to GO! with 18 points. November 8. Surprisingly, the
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WOWY team won a high team set girls: who have been practicing make buttonholes sharpen scissors, carryall

with 2404 and high team game was for it have found that
.;: Phone YU 2.9322 869. up with as good or better they scores came parts and repair all makes of sewing machines.

J ,/ Bob Pearce won high IndividualSet than they have from the ladles n
I A' of 976 and high individual fame SEWING MACHINE CENTER

"" of 218. tees.The following Clewlston entries l

f .: My room is Just Men over 200: Buddy Little, will participate In the SebringWomen's 116 SW 3rd Street Belle Glade. Phone WY 6-3260
205 Bob Pearce, 218.IIAPPY .
Invitational on November -
; .1 dreamy, and / xn 9th: Polly McClendon, Mary We sell new and used sewing machines GRANULATED

J Bobbl Swindle rolled 104 pins Louise Weathers, Ruby Allen, Addle .
i 1 ,, I; did it myselfrEVERY over, her average and led Dan's McGehee, Ruth Mottley. Ruth -- ------- --

Dragline team to high team series McCarthy, Dot Vettorl. Naomi .
1/ and high team game for the season Stockman, Eloise Harris and

I ,..:;:v which put them in first place, Theresa Stanton. Yon can tell when a new car has caught on.
w 'i with four points won and high Lady pro of the week, Addle

total pins. IcGehee, with an eagle on No. 9. You hear its name more. You see it on the street more.If .
Team Standings: Among the new proettes, Inez
Team- W L Jneburger' par on No. 3; Doris this is the year yon picked to buy a new car,
Dan's Dragline ___ IT 15 arter's 6 on No. II, almost a 5.
Potash-Bradgett ._ IT 15 In spite of missing two birdie it becomes one of the cars you're going to look at.

Glades Restaurant __-_ 11 16 putts on No. 7 and No. 8 and a
A&W Root Beer .._.._._ 14 18 rough shot out of the side of the Have a look.
Handicap Gad Series anal on No. 9, Charlie Wlensen-

Bobbl Swindle .._.__ 599 fold completed the back nine Inn 11111111111s.w

Jenny Hendry _..-"_..__-_ 568 for a total of 79 Jimmy Harris .... ._ ,. ,.,,.,..,,,,A,.. ,.....,...
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Jackie Byrd ._?._..__ 963 also did himself proud with a 37. -
I ; RCL-LATEX 'Handicap Ind. Game Jill Baker, putting! for the magic

I f INTlIIOI LATiII Bobbl Swindle __ 241 n on the last hole didn't fare

I ., pY I ....tlfl.. ..11_. Jackie Byrd .__.___.__ 206 quite as well with his 3 putts but +-
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o tm Nar askew"uk M. ,....,... Ernestine Leavitt .._ ..._ 205 pulled through with a 39.
i' I... I.q..d \..--. Scratch Ind. Game George Lineburger's 41 on Saturday
I, '', ...ter c'-' tt Bobbl Swindle -.-,-,... -... .. 18-2 morning was quite a feat

f t ; $ Ernestine Leavitt _??..,...,........?. 169 for a golfer of such short expert-
; t GAL Jackie Byrd -.___ 162
I Scratch Indo Series ence.October 25 was the highlight of

L I 'r Helen Elate -- .. -- -- 442 the week the 39th birthday
2nd CAN Jenny Hendry __ 436 of the current gin rummy king .

Bebe Watkins ._ ._...,. -_ 436 Doc Koch.
i 1 AT Jackie Byrd ._..--..- _- 431
: YOUR City DocketCases

:4 ATM Cm COT Glade Roofing Co. handled during the last

: M C. An Types: el Roof and two weeks by acting city Judge.
H J Store Sheet Metal Work Carlos Dickey Included Wayne Wig-
,! rH New Construction: or gins: excessive noise from muffler
Repair ,Job $10 or 3 days, suspended provided e r
+ : AI Fuller's Phone 2.7111 he doesn't appear in traffic Eg

I court for 1 :year; James W. Stewart -
'e Day er Evening careless: driving, $35 or 10
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r I :" Country Store P. O. Box: 141CLEWISTON. days, pardoned, provided he waxes

I : i CewJtOA'boae! YU 2-3281 FLA. the city police car; Thomas MoD
:, j I -, Taylor, DWI, 1200 or 60 day, He-
eDIt revoked; Brenda King, running tCiti.
.1 red light, $10; NeD BenefleM,
ATTENTION careless driving and causing accident -

$50; W. C. Benefleld, public
; drunk, $33; Archie Whldden public
I Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers drunk, $35, Nelvtnme Whldden,
public drunk:, $39; David E. Cellln-

f" LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND nee, excessive speed, $23: ; Solomon. .', .hgi I
4 "t E. Lewis, careless driving and
J ; ,;. WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING causing accident; $15 or 3 days; fury 2Aoo( H1 a

I } I Oscar C. William Jr.. Improper The 1964 Plymouth t..
,. r driver's license, $90. t.t
i A Low Cost Farm Morirare James Norman, careless driving W 4
I I FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN $10; Clayton Richardson, allowing
good looks. Sensational
f 1 .. Will Fnriah Cain. 'ToRefinance unauthorized to drive, $35 New performance. Lasting qual- Plymouth. You'll also like the split-second acceleration 7I
r debts. lty.".These are the reasons the 1964 Plymouth Is turning and 5year50,000up / I
I I J or 13 days( Eddie Turner, no vallddriver's superb handling of this car, and the
4 c I 'f I (t' Flnaac farm Improvements. new bofldings. pare u'I more and more across the country. Whether It's a mile If this
license. ISO; David Wood, warranty on the parts that keep you going.
wind machines and Install Irrigation., ,
,z' t I, i,. M 4Y petty larceny, $100 or 30 days and hardtop, sedan wagon or convertible, you'll like, the Is the picked IIIm
,' I.. o) Assist In purchase of a farm, grove er ranch. year you picked to buy a new car you IIIa
I I'f: \ Purchase more land. $190 or 30 days for no valid driver'* clean simple, strong lines that mark the modem a beautiful year to I
s ;'. I. Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise. license; Ray Miuielwhite, running Getup and goPymou11lee / .
9 OKLT A LAND BANK LOAN red light $10 Joe Paul Stokes,
". 1).J) r HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES running red light; $3. ..u .'lAlI/IO.ooo.IIILI..........-. CIrJoIor WARItAltTYI...... :.,I.Ckryihr: Conwitto.. .mnMtt...t...."tot d. ..fort._M icon. .,.!!... ........ s..a ant, _u._. -.....-1. .. -u. a/rl.ae1:: .py
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