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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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VOLUME 38 NUMBER 48 LEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1J83 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 345.J. PJt Subscription $4 00 year


la ns For RecreationCivic


Fort Denaud Bridge

leader and recreation com- Hendry county was represented by 1

_,'!tee members from all town Cratton George county commissioner -
rouDCI Lake Okeechobee met lavwiston S. C. Fry, chairman county

: yesterday with represents recreation committee, also desig i
of the Corps of Engineer' nated to represent the City of Clew. Hearing Nov. 29th I

? discuss! master plan for develpag iston and P. M. Libardonl of La

the Lake .rea for outdoor Belle, a member of the county recreation -

cre tton.. committee. The public hearing on the Fort The county commission locateda Since that time local: Interests

darks Ford, of the Jacksonville Denaud Brijdge application has used steel bridge with 80-foot hor. through state) legislators Miner and I

jistrict Engineer office, presided Cigaret been scheduled from 10 o'clock Friday izonal clearance between fenders, Friday and the Washington representatives I
the discussion held In the con- Tax Brings morning November 29 In which the commission proposed to have sought to have the
i
room of the Clewiston area Civic Center Edwards drive Fort buy and install at Denaud to application reopened.Clearance .
erence ace He explained that the Corp I City More RevenueThe Myers, according to advice from handle traffic for several ;years

actually spend money or con- N CoL H. R. Parfltt, district en- by which time the commission expected On
an facilities only on land which first Impact of the Increased glneer Jacksonville Corps of En to be able to finance the
:rust In the Lake project this is cIgaret tax Is seen In the reportof gineers. larger bridge for a permanent Waterway BridgesThe
10wns
tax refunded to the City of C1ew.iston .
railed to small areas at Ortona, The Corps Is reopening the State structure
Haven and St. Lucie locks for the month of September. Road Department's application for Some barge shipping interests clearance of all bridge on
bore[ during construction the Richard B. Keating, director of permission to install an 80-foot and the Okeechobee Waterways the Okeechobee Waterway Is
glvf
towever can assist, with small ex- the State Beverage Department, horizontal clearance bridge at Fort Association filed protect on the en In a fact sheet which is

enditure Orpi of money. In so perform- has reported that dewlston receives Denaud over the Caloosahatche application stating that navigation an Informational bulletin "Intra-

work that recreation faclliei $4,314.00.Total River at Fort Denaud on the reQuest interests on the waterway requireda coastal Waterway Fernandlna to
,nj its result This occurred when the collections In the state were of Hendry County Commissioners 90-foot clearance. After this protest Key West, Florida and Okeecho
Havenai ".I8S,362.31. Cities in which the tax Representative C. E Min was filed by telegram with bee Waterway' Issued under date

recentlynexxcavated. Needing to was collected shared proportionately er Senator Elmer Friday, Con- the Corps of Engineer on the final of October 1, 1963 by the Corps of -

of extra soil, the Corps in $2,88060856, and the balance gressman Paul Rogers, Senator day for presenting testimony. the Engineer. i

,Lspose laced' it on the edge of the lake $1,304.75375 went Into the Spessard Holland, the Greater La Corps denied the application. Page A-17 of this booklet gives i
Arming a 20-acre spot which will' general revenue fund of the state. Belle Chamber of Commerce and the following location owner type !I s
developed for recreation. other local civic Interests. The origInal and horizontal clearance of all I I

Ford also laid that recreational Ass'n application for the bridge was City Reactivates bridges: '
teals will be considered In the de- Waterway denied and notice was so given on ST. LUCIE RIVER AND CANAL J

and construction of the north- September 24th; at that time public Planning BoardMembers Bridge Clearance I
gn notice of the pending application A1A, SRD. Bascule _.89 ft
ast shore levee, the only portion Remains Firm
f!the lake not now enclosed by the John Fales. president *f the Florida Archeological Society was given to newspaper and of the City Commission, Stuart, FEC Ry., Bascule .. SO ft.
vee discusses the hlstorle value of various Indian artifacts found In other newt media, but no public on recommendation of Mayor: Tom Roosevelt USD( Bascule 80 ft.
hearing war held on the matter. Jones reactivated the City Planning Palm City SRD. Bascule 60 ft.
The real purpose of the meeting the Flaheatlnr Creek area with two members el the Lake Okee
Opposing Bridge The public road crossing the river Board and appointed members Sunshine State Pkwy, SRD.
.
need for and who
,u to explain the long- chobee Historical Society W. A. Davis Georf Espenlaub
at Denaud Is closed because the fixed ... ..........
..
anae planning so efforts could be hive helped with some of the excavations. ) and are Intently Interested at Monday night's commission 92 ft.
Ken Curtis president of the old single-lane wooden has Palm
bridge meeting. City Martin Co., swing 52 ft.
oordinated, and that explanationI In the finding and preservation of such articles. Left to
Greater LaBelle Chamber of Com been condemned for the past two The planning board appointmentswent Indlantown SRD swing -.._ 54 ft ?.
I where the Corps of Engineers right are John Kales Sarasota W. A. Davis Jr.. George Eipen- '.
aD and cannot assist "It Is re- merce, received a sympathetic but Lab, and. Charlie and George. Fales.-STAFF PHOTO. years; farmers, ranchers, citrus to S. c. Fry, James W. Indlantown SAL Ry., swing 47 ft
reliable that we are several years firm refusal when he asked the directors growers and others in the are have Beardsley, W Dean King Mrs. Port Mayaca FEC Ry. vent j

to consider the of the Okeechobee Waterway pressed for a usable bidge to serve Beryl Bowden and Robert W. Kel lift ..,.. .. .. 58ft .,' ,
In starting rec-
atonal ite! aspect of this project, Association: to reverse their Artifacts Found in Glades County their needs. ly. All except Kelly are members Port Mayaca (tJS<<1) SRD {M, '

ace most of It Is already con- position on the proposed 80-foot of the previous board. swing---.. ..- .. ... 53 ft '.It-?'
horizontal clearance bridge at Fort Planning board members are appointed LAKE OKKECnOBEE
.ractcd he said. A j
:Ford quoted, traffic count figures Denaud. Curtis made a strong plea, Enriches Knowledge of Early HistoryThe Refinery EngineerHas for two years or until Torry Island SRD swing. 50 ftCALOO8AJIATC1IEE w ;J.
pointing out the financial position Arrived their '
bleb show that 666,000 visitors successors are appointed and RIVER t I
of the county, the need for bridge Creek of to be of mld-16lh take office." The commission feels CANAL '
ave visited the seven check points r Fisheating area I century Inscription W. F. Oetgen, Jr., engineer for i
i the lake at which the Corpsikei In the location where a one-lane I Glades county II the site of a large which appears to be a message Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation that a period of more rapid growth Moore Haven ACL Ry, swing 50 ft :
regular traffic count: from wooden structure which had served Indian mound which has yielded for help. One side of the shell arrived In Clewiston this Is In the immediate future for Moore Haven SRD Bascule 90 ft 1

anuarjr 1 to Sept 30 this year, the location for many years was some of the most interesting Indian had been rudely inscribed with week in preparation for the construction Clewiston and additional planning Ortona, ACL RY., swing 54 ft.LaBen. .
IK count at Clewiston was 117000. condemned and removed to make artifacts) which have been the words "Calos" and "XXXX of the new refinery near will be helpfulSugarland ., SRD, Bascule _-. 90 ft.
Any water related outdoor rec- way for the new bridge, and the found In the continuing: explorations Igt" and the Christian cross on the city Alva, SRD swing _-,_- 63 ft
eatlon can receive assistance fact that the Engineers have re- of mounds In Florida. John one side. The reverse has a ma pot The City of Clewiston is preparing 3.5 ml. w. of Olga SRD Bascule

rom the Copra with the limitations opened the application for the Fales, Sarasota, president of the the location with markings easily plans for the water main to Ranch ,_ _> ______ 89 ft
reviously explained, said Ford. bridge to consider the matter on Florida Archeological Society Is interpreted as an river running the city limits at a point where Beautiful Island, ACL, swing 49 ft ,
Individual meetings with the rep-I: other factors as well as navigation one of UJj most devoted of the east from a bay on the west, and the refinery will put In their line Tops.Webster Show Ft Myers, Edison Memorial) ',. ., \'L' 'i.".0\.. I

datives of the various com- needs. amateur archeologists who give up with a small branch.northward1 to to'the plant site. Plans for the SRD (US 17)), Bascule -.,.- 78 fC,_ _
The Association had previously of their time to the a small lake near which a site purchase Entering the first competitiveshow
lunitei were scheduled by Mr. most spare of water from the .City Ft Myers, SRD fixed ,.-,. 105 ft
ord, A. L. Eulenfeld also of the protested to the U. S. Engineersthat hard work of seeking knowledgeof was marked with an "X", The were previously made. I of the season, Sugarland Cape Coral, Lee county, fixed 90 ft
acksonvllle office who will ben the 80-foot bridge applicationbe past years through explorations. words "Rio", and "Nort Este" Other details preliminary to the Ranch swept the Sumter All Punta Rassa, Lee county Bascule

the area for the remainder of the denied and a 90-foot clearancebe These archeologIst hope to locate were included. This shell bat been actual start of construction will be Florida Breeders' Show and County ,_ --__- _._ 90 ft
reek required. When the directors the sites of the various tribal interpreted as a call for help froma I handled by :Mr. Oetgen, who will Fair at Webster last weekend. The ,

I Tiers 19 met at Old South Bar-B-Q Ranch In headquarters and through the Spanish officer held prisoner ,by be the supervising engineer of the Ranch owned and operated by U.

| were, ODe community representative repreentatlvei of- Clewiston Tuesday evening Curtis artifacts found to determine how (Continued on Page Eight) I i iKeodry job through the construction pe S. Sugar Corporation showed six City Prisoner 1
presented his plea for reconsideration the Indians lived at various points. riod. Brahmans and five Charolais as
i State Came and Fresh Water and reversal of the Okeechobee -In history and what contacts they: -- ------ partial show strings.In Goes AWOL .
ph Commission three members Waterway Association's stand. had with other civilization or cultures. the Charolais show Sugarland
V the Plan For Fort
Clewiston Area Engineer off voted Myers Hearing Ranch
directors
After discussion the competed against the outstanding David Gene Wood who was serv
ct staff !
and
f the two men from to refer the matter to the execu- At the Glades county site have Florida show herd of D. log time in the city Jan for no ,

Jacksonville attending the meeting. tve committee of the associationwith been unearthed evidence of a ceremonial Commissioner Approve AhlefeldtAs A. and W. A. Sails of Clearwater, valid driver's license and petty 1" ;

authority to act village of some size which and emerged with Grand Champion larceny went AWOL (absent without '.'y r.\ {
Sprinkler SystemFor President Paul Franklin told directors was probably the heart of the Bull Best Pair of Bulls Best leave) sometime Sunday night

that other Chambers of Caloosa nation and linked by waterway Temporary Sanitarian Tuesday"As Pair of Calves and First Place Get- after he used a bed rail to chip: a iz
Central Avenue Commerce along the West Coast to the headquartres of of-Slre ((3 ftnimals representingboth hole through the cell wall.

I waterway, south of Tampa have Chief Carlos, who with his son, I sexes). In addition to two The hole was made from the
interest In either Carlos ruled the nation County Representative ence a letter from Senator Elmer first-place wlnneri second and
Preparatory to landscaping Cen- Indicated an Cacique Charlie Miner of Oewiston ; one shower room into the coJonc1WOmeli'
al Avenue with ornamentals forming association of their own for many years.Gold before the Board appeared 0. Friday, Jr., of Fort Myers, was one third. rest room which is also
of
and trees the 'city-forces or Joining the Okeechobee: Waterway I I and silver coins have been Commissioners at Its County discussed, the Senator ,suggesting In the Brahman Show Sugarland used as a storage room by the
regular meetIng !
tan installation of si water Association, and the group Identified as of Portugese and Tuesday the meeting on water resources for the Ranch exhibited four bulls and two city. From there he kicked out the
nobler system In the street parks suggested that representatives of Spanish striking In the period 1452- the Board, as made representativeand combined counties: of Hendry Col heifers. They won a first place in plywood paneling and was on his
this week those who had indicated interest 1516, the reign of King Ferdinand for the of plans to prepare lier. Charlotte and Lee. Th. Board the aged bull clan; first, second way i other prisoners declined

,The Project is the first of a be asked to attend the December and Queen Isabella of Spain. Another hearing on granting Corps Engineers for instructed Clerk Dorothy Clark toref.r and third places in the yearling the Invitation and opportunity and
a permit
anned< series of such beautiflca- meeting and discuss the matter. bearing a sheaf of arrows the erection of the Fort Denaud the correspondence to Hendry bun class; and first and fourth were present when Officer Charles
<* planting! in the city and is The directors set the date for the design has been identified as 1493- Water Conservation chairman J. places in the heifer class. In addition McClelland served breakfast MoA-
Bridge, set for November
29 at
"inc done with cooperation.of the 1964 Boatcade for the weekend of 1516, and has been valued at $8- Fort R. Spratt who is to represent Hen they were awarded Grand day morning.
lie( Extension 600. Some gold beads and pendants lo7ert.Jud dry County the matter.R. Champion Bull, Senior Champion Wood
Service which May 16th. ,. Broward N. Parsons has quite a record In his
E. '
** up the plans and various Represented at the meeting were an amulet and bits of pottery and Tax Collector A. O. Byrd County deputy custodian Bull Reserve Senior Champion native It&te.of Michigan: and officers
vie Bar- stone axe, and other artifacts have of voting machines, submitted Bull Beat Pair
clubs which will sponsor the Fort Myers dewiston, Moore Ward also appeared before the of Bulls and Best believe he no doubt left this
heir. Central Avenue is a Ro- en, Pahokee; Stuart and Jensen been found. Board, seeking the assistance of his resignation, which was I' Pair of Yearling and Getof-Slrs. part of the state.
project A rare find was a shell, believed accepted by the Commissioners,
Beach the Commission la securing additional with no replacement appointed at
space for Sub-Offices: in the meeting.
Glades
Maw 505 Yards Rushing. Clewiston; the Board to inspect and Also noted, was a letter from ILL Co-op Mill ScheduledToday

consider conditions Immediately. Lewis chief engineer State ..

) Humiliated Tigers Dr.Health William Department HOI,' Hendry Director: Canny accompanied the Turnpike Board's Authority inquiry as In to answer what extent to To Begin GrindingHarvesting '

ragons By by "Mae" McMiiHen, the Authority will cooperatewith

Regional Sanitation Consultant of the County and the State Road began this week on tons of refined sugar, with 3000. of
Jacksonville advised the Board Department In repair of S. R. 78. 10.417 acres of sugar cane to be the 9,200 acres of cane available, ',1\:
that Frederick M Conklln, Indian Although unofficial said ; processed during the 1963-64 season Jolt due adverse weather., '
Reservation Sanitarian has requested glaeer.! by the Glades County Sugar Growers The first full production ;

6.2 At Clewiston Homecomingmer a three to six-month leave of by the end of 1964, it may be possible Cooperative Association at fte 1 Lt expected to provide a 11,200.000 season \
absence (without ) due to Moore Haven Sugar House.
pay illness that the Authority could: assist payroll outlay by the fecal sugar
which was granted by the with H the cost of repair of the Mill operations are scheduled. for producers. This win .
The CIew ton used halfback position. Mazxina only 17 yards ruining against the Board. 332 miles contemplated. today. a mill official said, alterIng be 8500,000 paid to represent "'
Tigers class mill
ncI including I aggressive Tiger' line while the a temporary and delayed by weekend rains., employees, .\f
depth *> batter the Lake. made several outstanding gains, measure A resolution, confirming action and another' 8700,000 to harvest
;ac14 Green Dragons into a 4W a 7-yard plunge Into the Morrell Brothers, Mazrlna, Bowden to substitute for Conklln la the im- taken at a former Board meeting, Most of the 400 harvest employees workers
feat before 2,000 pins homeoonv end cone and kicked the point after. Lindsay and Morgan had their medlte emergency which leaves that the County contribute $1,927.50: who will cut and haul cane
inns on Cane Field Friday Little Mandy Worrell tearing a best night this season and gained the County without any Sanitarian as its share of the 12th Judicial in the fields are already here,
cht. or two from his brother's 505 yards rushing. The Tigers ," Dr. HLU then requested the Circuit Public Defender budget IT ready for work a sugar\ coop Teach Youngster

The It-man lQuad from LP play. page book gained considerable yardage passed sparingly and gained an additional Board to permit former County; this year, was adopted, to be paid spokesman said. 'They and 150 mIll your }
I on almost terms from "keeper" plays and 28 yards via air Sanitarian Hans Ahlefeldt to replace In monthly installment employees who win work at the traffic safetyWATCH '
1ItU. midway the econd eYeD period scored on a four-ysrd sweep late In The Tigers are now sporting a Conklln in categories only to The necessary annual Item to I sugar house will Increase employ
llIIlbetr six win two Iota record for the Include Inndlans Migrants and Item ment by 550
previously untried "shot- the third quarter. Transfers were reviewed, k.. persons during the anticipated
m" offense.Undsey. season, while the visiting school Dairy work. This request war lowed by a lengthy review of tat! four-month harvest and
Jo! No TUer' Star received Its fourth loss compared grafted 'with the Board voting to Annual Financial Report which was grinding ....IOD.n. FOR
accounted for the
.* first TO Because ef the larre amber with three wInI.Qew1a1loD allow Ahlefeldt to replace Conklln then approved. 47 members ., the Gladee ,
7 from
driving
* yard line which climaxed!over *| pUyers .s d and the lujM will have aa "off-- "effective December 1, 1163 but The Board voted to advertise for c... this year anticipate a
1ard sustained a eppealrtftsi IrMa Lake Flaeid, a week" this week and win play their not to exceed months. Dr. HIH bids on a 4-wbeelrdrive Jeep pickup harvest, 339.9M tens ef ease

!lit tile Titers JOt drive their bands the first 011 tare! the week for the Drsge final game of the season in Okee also informed the Board that to be used by the Road and This Is expected to ....... 81..

a ban. Undsey also added the game was ant named .y the chobee: on November 22. Glades County had this week, taken Bridge Department, 'with November 308 tens .f raw sagar. and 29,-
5J and third touchdowns from eeecUag staff. Tigers playing' their final "home"game similar action by the temporary 25 at ':30 a.m. set for opening .08 teat ef refined sagar.
for the Tigers were honored replacement of bids. The refinery will
Also
. the same field to be advertised to go into production
spot the
or.
lib aunt of 28 and Z7 In the final period Ronnie Mor- u captains for the homecominggame. Ahlefaldfs employment u County bids for opening at the regular at the same time the harvest
yards.
-..* Bowden used running from halfback rammed They were Mike Mairina, Sanitarian for both Glades and December meeting. Is $500 cubic season starts co-op officials said. t
his
111. Play to the Ultimate"special ma his can way though a flock: of world*. I Bo Llndsey Doug Angel Victor Ak Hendry Counties terminated last yards of marl, which win be used This win enable completion of raw
Olden and Dennis
toad Mocking romped Into tacklers for 15 yards aDd a touch I lion Ronnie month, with the Sanitarian until olD the surfacing of Nobles and sugar and refinery operations at
IDd zone With a U-ard down. Morren, made the extra point Cann. this action working out of the Sears Roads. the same early date hi March
< bact I&e Maxzlna booted carry. Lake Placid finally dented the TATHTfCa rake: there CUwUton Jacksonville Department headquarters. Attending the meeting weni This will' be the first full production
of the four scoreboard late in the fourth Quar- rare eowM _. IS SI The office left vacant by Campbell Nail chairman; R. C season for the Glides c .op. TURNIH6 CMSCtyofClewtstM
extra P0"*" .,,.,... It 11 f
yards rambles Ahlefeldt has not Last
Tigers Maxxlnata ret been
held a comfortable 26and.4 ter as Mike Rider tackled Tardo peI.eg II filled Howling H. & Parkinson, W. B. year's operations which began
a at ba1f-tlrne.: the end aoae for a safety, after ra- I/14 1-1 said Dr. Hffl, although two qualified Barren and Grattou George commissioners la December produced t.738
....... lourceptd br sanitarians haw
Dr.. thus
rlag halted a far been
tile third Irst stringers" ___ ; Clerk dark. Car ,
rtes. Mandytfttt the ...ta. avg I t ;
Interviewed for ,
It i thel-yard Une. .. the Job, Lake Level
look dyer quarterback. on MM on about rambfe toot kr 1 Dickey attorney and :X. R. Thorn r
able to pick up jut p.DallM4 _. ti I*' During the review of correspond $1100, County
were engineer.
--as switching to Us for-: The visitors 12.1 Feet Police'Department:
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\,1 II I age Two nIB CUEW1STON NEWS Clewiston Fla. r actors presented a comedy "Poor suspended the driver's licenses'of

i Thursday, November 14, 1963 Section One Father." 136 operators.The .
: It was reported that there were reason? These operators Office I-: Yd;
,J 16) Sonny Sez I 16,000 acres planted in fall beans were found to be legally blind. ill j

American Education Week in the 'Glades. 555
i A Red Cross membership drive London-Operators of a football
; Pro-football fans who watchedthe was underway. lottery searched vacation resortsfor Frank Denmead &\
j. American Education Week was Inaugurated In 1921 by the
r Pittsburgh Steeler-develand :Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnber entertained a pair of honeymooners whowere
National Education Association and the American Legion to call
i Browns game on Sunday afternoonsaw at tea in honor of Mrs unaware they'd won $70,000 Real Estate
Complete Service
f public attention to the importance of education in a democracy Clewlston's contribution to the Philip Sevin. Mrs E. P. Mutrux A lottery official surmised, "Pet .

I and to remind each citizen that good; schools are, to a very game play in the Steeler upset victory and Mrs. F. Rodriguez, former er and Jacqueline are probably too

\ large degree; his personal responsibility. The U.S. Office of over the Browns 9-7. Glen friends from Cuba, who had recently preoccupied! to think about checking Frank Denmead Realtor
d I. k Education and the National Congress of Parents and Teachers Glass, who starred for the Tigersin moved to Clewiston. their coupon." ,
became AEW sponsors in 1922 and 1938 respectively. high school and played college SIS E. El Fate Avenue
: The World Book Encyclopedia described the Week thus: ball at the University of Tennesseeplayed TWENTY TEARS AGO At last we have proof that at I

Held each year in November, American Education Week! defensive halfback throughout (From dewlston News, least some of our foreign ab

II acquaints the public with the work of education, and with the the game and made several Nov. 12, 1943)) money has been put to good use in

problems of training; children for effective citizenship Education key plays John S. Taylor became city mar. Viet Nam.

j Week resulted from a meeting; in 1921 of representativesof -II- shal succeeding: I. S. Bell ST., Mme Nbu wears jeweled sheathsto
education and the American Legion.; It has developed largely Couldn't help but note last week who resigned to become full time protect her very long nails. The PUMP
f that one of the large car manufacturers deputy sheriff and constable. sheaths are reported to have cost RENTALSSizes
1 through; promotion by the National Education Association
paid several million dollarsin Glen 12,000 per finger.Realtor .
Etherton was elected preil-
and the United States Office of Education.
:
dividends to their stockholders dent of Kiwanis Club. from 1# inches to 36 inches
Other countries have adopted the custom under the leadership
guess you can't blame the auto :Mrs Jack Hlmrod was elected
of the World Federation of Education Associations. Atypical workers for striking in order toget president of the Baptist W, M. So To BahamasFor

i Education Week program opens with sermons on edu- more money seems the motoring ciety. Week With BD.B. New and Used
i, cation in the churches of the community. The rest of the week public m.iht"take\ the hint Set Buck Brantley was assignedto Frank Pump Sales
I Is devoted to such activities as special radio and television and strike in buying these new Officer Training School at Fort Denmead Clewiston real-
'j programs; on school and community relations,' special PTA models .nd'm.ybe the manufacturers Sill and received commission is tor, accompanied by Henry McDuf- New Hercules Gas and Diesel Engines
fie, Clewiston, and Jack Hunt, Pa-
meetings; and library and museum exhibits Each year, a .would pass some of the dividends Second Lieutenant in the U. S. bokee. will fly tomorrow In Den-

) theme is announced for the observance of Education Week, to the lower echelon who Army w mead's plane to West End, Bahamas We can finance what we sell

with specific( themes as topics for daily discussion. Themes make them possible. Charles (Rabbit) Roberts was for a week's stay as guestsof
I have Included "Good Schools -II- promoted to. Sere.nt-ln.! North
are Your Reponsibility") and the Bahamas
Developement
No doubt great deal of the en- Africa.x L & F
i "Schools-Your Investment in America"p huslasm of hunters was dampened "Red" Stephens was being qualified Commission Engineering & Pump Co.
The purpose of the visit is to
considerably Sunday by the rain. as a Link Instructor.
/ Game reports at the time of writ- Sandy Bell Jack Moorman Bob create mutual interest between the Moore Haven, Fla.

I p Nothing to Give? Bible nt are was scarce all grin, however as he Jimmy posed Logan moved. thoush from North not together Africa, into had 'Glades Bahamas area and, believing the people this of will the Phone WH 6-2017 p. Q. Box 521


1'' i In Pittsburg during the last century retired Army man, Col. The With six his pointer buck Saturday war "' aftornnr; Italy with U. S. Armed Forces. be The to the realtors advantage will fly of both.from West
exceptionally
I + Anderson was concerned about some underprivileged boys large and apparently was of the TEN TEARS AGO Palm Beach to West End. and the '

1 ) ; near his home, who had no opportunity to read or to know "imported" stock as it weighed (From Clewiston News, week will be spent on various islands -I
: good books. On his limited retirement he unable to including Abaco Andros
I ) ; pay was over 130 pounds.. Nov. 12, 1953)C ) OIL
.give; them books. -IIAD Eleuthera and Nu.au.J'rant 8U-13S}
; II J I However, he had a good; library of his own, and he invited open letter: !of. Wieseman was located: at Denmead Sr., will arrive B.. VI 1-2SIZ
I Clewiston and assigned as project today by plane from
Dear Philadelphiato
I the boys to come up and borrow any books they liked. Coach .
,;' An immigrant; boy, Andy, who made $25.00 monthly as a What a difference a few days engineer; for handling of construction accompany his son on the trip
contracts in connection with
'!; telegraph; clerk, leaped at the chance. Each,,week he went by makes, when the shoe is on the the Central and Southern Florida also

Col. Anderson's home, borrowed a book and returned another other foot! Flood Control District Thurmond W. Knight
Moore
; He and his mother read aloud to each other after supper in Haven's lopsided victory The Elks Lodge and the American Brantley's Is Sold
the over our "B" team did little for "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
evenings.
i Legion Post presented u. S.
either school and
I The young; borrower 'never forgot the kindness of Col. Anderson the coach for actually degraded lags to every classroom in the To Yon & Armstrong
I allowing the score toe Clewiston T C. Yon well-known contra rhurmoad Knight Realty Inc: armor
nor how much the opportunity to read good; books High and Elementary
.; meant to him.When done run-up.in Clewiston This was not going to be schools W. C. Owen, Jr. Legion tor of this area has purchased Box MM, lurk.,.. Beach 2010 ,Arrow I
or so it was Commander and J. E. Beardsley from W. L. Brantley, Jr., the machine West Film Hooch. riorUa Alden Lad
he became wealthy he endowed libraries from one aid to the greatly
end of this land to another and millions enjoy the privilege Lake Placid team outclassed made the presentations in the shop "formerly operated as"Brantley'
Elementary school and Parker .. Joining him in the
which Col. Anderson gave; him. The large number of "1ntr.c.
Wilson. Elks exalted purchase his brother-in-law, Robert
lons" ruler in the -
? The lad who regularly borrowed Col. Anderson's books In exhibited by our reserves High School. I Armstrong, of dearwater.
their
was Andrew Carnegie.; couple appearances note I Mr. Yon
will continue
George Espenlaub won the to operate
to that be there done is a great deal of work I. Swamp Buggy Race in Naples with the shop in the same location at the
before they can slip into his "South Under." comer of Francisco and Trinidad IMAGINE I
!!
the shoes of
the
boys who have
r Something to Think About They played so well this year for CHS toward A joint Bishop birthday home party celebrated at the known Avenues as The the dewlston business Machineand will be

Most deaths from fire in the home, and most of them the field weren't long enough allowed to to get stay on for Rodney Bishop, Jr. and Joe Repair Shop.
occur over
the Jitters Friday Peters. It was a surprise to both. The shop is equipped to handle For only ONE premium of $50.00 you can in-
could be easily prevented. night
; repairs to all types of machinery,
j- \ I' Most frequent cause of home fires In the local area is caret With the exception of the "gamb. both
V ler." the heavy equipment, and all farm sure your child (age 0.14)) for $1,000. Life protection
r majority of fans
would
t less use of an oil stove for heating; or cooking.; have been FULLER'S equipment said :Mr. Yon It win
i The Florida State Board of Health suggests; that home owners "couple of TD's"Just as with happy to win a FOLLIES have portable welders available until age 21 I I
the
i! clear; .out, all accumulations{ p\bbjsh:. store Inflammable Playing eves though, LP scored reserves .V on call. Plans are being made to
I r I items-like kerosene, in a safe place, and keep"matches out of couple of times as they were with a Bi FULLER I enlarge the' facilities with Employers Life Insurance Co. of America

\ ,.,.' the reach of children. Never place a burning; heater near curd the one-sided score. Vaughn Meader made so much I Mr. Yon in serving as office

d j I.. : : tains; never move a burning; heater; and never light; or attempt True the backfield combinations money selling records of his imitation I manager for the business; no See
change is
I to light; a heater when flooded. and the linemen were changed frequently of Pres Kennedy that he being planned in the .
I hop personnel, where New.
( Heaters bum oxygen; be sure to let a little fresh air into but when the visitors bought a boat. ton is head mechanic.Jimmy
..4 the house while the heater Is burning.; made a first down or two on the Since Kennedy's famous boat was

I I 1 In Florida In 1962 there were 203 deaths from lire ,in, the other end of the field then came PT-109 Meader respectively named BeardsleyNashInsurance

j, home. Cold weather is ahead, use care and this record can the firemen who toyed with LP like his new boat "PT-109V4 Glade* Roofing Co.

be lowered In 1963. a cat with a mouse Might even g 0 .00 AQ Types ef Roof and
'.' t; as far as to say that sometimewhen EnIlal1d-Somettme. it doesn't Sheet Metal Work AgencyPhone

Clewiston is nursing a 4 or S pay to use too much logic. New Coaetraetiea or
} TO lead the quarterback should A 4-year old boy's mother took Repair Job' YU 2-7501 Clewiitoa
The Clewiston News be allowed to call a play or two on him to the doctor because she suspected Phone
his own I : he'd eaten mothballs. They 2-7111 NEW OFFICE HOURS 8 AM. .. 11'.11.
CLOSED ALL DAY SATCKDAYSTV's
Sonny. pumped out the lad s stomach and Day er Evenings
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1 ."Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston found several mothballs. ALSO one P. O. Box U4S

a r and Hendry County." moth! CLKWBTOW. PIA.I .

The boy explained that he'd accidentally I-
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewiston. --I swallowed the moth and
: I + Florida by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. lit's History figured he should swallow the
: .. Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1837 at the Post mothballs to catch it
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1879. ,(From Clewiston News, Columnist Fulton Lewis explains
9J F. NATIONAL IDITOIIAl/ OnID Nov. 10, 1833)) the real reason so many Cubans

IA CeTI3N A group of interested local: golfers are growing beards: "Razor blades
and other residents had under sell tor 13 each." t

written the cost of constructing a The blades are Russian made
jij/oIIU clubhouse at the golf course;' 1 it and there's no need fat shaving
'
: _. BERYL BOWDEN Publisher V C was to be financed largely through cream "When :you use Russian
i S. H, STALLS. Managing Editor 0 User membership dues .a' .SU.OO. per blades, the tears are sufficnent lubrlcant

< ? Subscription Bates .......... ".00 per rear flot year. ,"
)f (Return Postage Guaranteed) The Ham dub, local home talent SHOP EARLYSanta

a Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 While Pres Kennedy was speaking .

{I Advertising Rates on application! ,. The management reserves .la 'WmSKEYTOWN: Calif., on Is On The Way I
'' the right to>> reject any objectlonal advertisement! the subject of WATER. Congress r
', r'r' 'TTO NrgS) u.a.... ao Miponilblllty.'for.tho return of aniolletuduauocripto SALES, .SERVICE officially declared BOURBON as a
or photorraph. CLAIM,WORK distinctive of the U. S.
i TUB NVW8 aMiimoo BO Maanelal roipomlbllUr. for tno"laloal : product
y error* or ......loD. In .4..rtl..m.nt but If potlflod. of web orroro' ..- t e e Men's
for. tho sal '..u. .( th. paper will roprlot oorroetly that port .t tho CLEWISTON -, ISELLE.GLADE. Fitzgerald .
MTortlMmont In which tho orror ocourr.... In tho ...nt a tlmo olomat Tommy ( columnist revealed /V imported Briar Pipes : .
would rond.r tho eorrootloo lnoUu, the Nwi will rodaoo tho prlo* We will give a 4 month train. the reason why golf hasnever t
: t th.dTortlMmont by *B amount oqual to tho pvroonUK. of the total been Many designs & Shapes \
lag to popular in Russia
I i paoo M the trronoou. or omlttod copy reprMoatod.IEFORE program a married man.
high school graduate age 24- "The Communists are atheists
$2.95
,u to $5.00
I i : 40, 1102.50 .weekly starting salary and have BO adequate swear ;

,,'. .... plus excellent fringe' benefits words. Under such a handicap, it.. _
-: ----.,.. unlikely that they'd ever excel at ;
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Write XYZ p o. 'i'
I Box: the sport" Men'sCufflink 't'r
i ) .. .*' IhI 1238, Clewiston, Fla. ef.KansasThe .
& tie
clasp sets
IJWHJ. Motor Vehicle Dept
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many designs
I -t .,, :

,, travel $3.95 to $5.00
you I
t Ladies Luggage
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I TRAVELGUIDE. Wallets, by Rolfe charcoal
I ; / : Blue, red

,! II' ; Will redecorate to suit tenant. I 15x40 store $3.95 to $10.00 Lightweight water-r pe]laD t

: .I .. Also Key cases, VINTUP eiterior

,I ; Travel the Congress way Pocket Secretaries &

I ( wIth this Travel Gutde. "' in Miller Building Sugarland Highway, In HAND Nickel plated locks

: I I. i Just the itze la cony tot VACUUM CLEANER by Shields
j : 1\ a j '\'' your pocket,the glove + Battery Operated; red and black; For fittings.

I I, .' comportment your eor.iu ,'4f'- clothing car interiors eta AIB-FLTBdesig
l I Gives rote, tacottons,, heart of business district. ,' (battery not included Molded
\ facilities of better, clan motor betels! coast to coast, 1 11 )

J a Inspected and approved by Congrats Molar Hotels.Motnben $5.95PARKINSON'S .
i! of Congress Motor Hotels effer free, $19.95

P I'I' '' t reiervattofl{ service..,We,honor .Cre I ,
J. E. BEARDSLEY

i : l CMMiESS MOTOR HOTELS: '
EEGBTUUED. REAL ESTATE >B10KEB Deparlmen

f\674\ Meridian Avenu.Bsacrj .
StoreIj
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Meeting THE C1XW1STON NEWS Page Three was accompanied by Miss Giddens.Miss ,
W.M.S. Yon chairman, Inspiring Clewiston Fla
MacElroy W. F Nan. Alvina department gave an two I
Chris Kelly played
Home"A Whittle, A. IL King A. R. Broad- message on 'Personal Religion |I Thursday. November _14, 1983 Section One and
selections, "Malguena"
jac "Japanete toot Bob Stacy, Maxwell Downs and Evangelism" Mrs A. plan" Bee."
Bu nble
mock Japansthe* Albert Taylor L. M. Beck, A. R. Travers Ewell president of E. C. F.F.A. Sweetheart
Miss Barbara Rigby, accompanied
for the Torbert Sr.. and E. M. Oomette., W., diocese of South Florida reported -
P Miss Cheryl Lee. sang
of by
Society of
highlights the Angellcan
.ry *. "Green Fields" and 500 Miles"
Qlurch. Mri in Toronto in August\
Congress
ptJst Attend MeetingOf Miss Lee then played "Deep
from St. Martin's
program Attending were
pt. MM. Mrs. Clark H. Dorman. Mrs. Edward r Purple" as a piano solo
;yen iseseted ofteth&t Deanery the
an Frierson, Mrs. C. L. Hunt Miss Hlgdon will represent
.1Je1pI.1)JI'III1ID the form of a The Palm Beach Deanery of Mrs W. C. Walker and the E C. Chapter in District competition
I Episcopal Churchwomen. Dioceseof W president Mrs. D. C. Ellis. later in the :year.

'I.IrS.. W. F. Nail I South Florida, held its fan meetIng j ay4,
at last Wednesday at the Church
usJneSI meeting established of the Holy Spirit. West Palm Church Women Make
f $912 was Beach. FAMILYFSOTECfOQ.
,,!tie Moon Christmas The Rev Peter F. Watterson,I'Christmas Plans


St. Margaret Altar Society met

Clewiston Church at the home of Mrs Jack Scott "
Directory Wednesday evening with Mrs C D.
Hlne presiding Report of the

gt. MARGARETS UIIUKCH m-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD* Southwest Coast Deanery meeting
208 North Atlantic Street Highway 721 312 8. Pacific Avenue in Punta Gorda in October was
Phone YUkon Mall Rev. Vic Turner Pastor Rev. Joe Coleman read.
Clewiston Florida] 9:4J a.m. Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Plans for various Christmas activities I
L. Connolly 11:00: a.nk-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service were discussed. The Society i
Rev. Larkln 6:45 p.m.-Training Union 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship decided to send a check to help
,,iu Masses 8 ..m. & T:00 p.m. ':" P. .-Evenlnj Worship Wednesday: support the Diocesan Council of I
spiny Mass 1:00: a.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service Catholic Women's Camp Fund, and :
Psi Mad 7:00: p.m.Saturday 5:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday: to assist with the Bishop's nothing Abner H. Vann

a, ; from 4 to S, 7:30: p.HL-Young People' Endeavor Drive which takes place at the end
r 8 COMMtJNTTT PBESBTTERIAN of this month Ph. ...... MI.
aDd n to pjn- 47 Boyd Pain Arcane After the business meeting Father

= Henry H. Ford, Minister PENTECOSTAL Coonally demonstrated the prop YU 2-5971 tilt
1 THE CLOWIFTO. ASSEMBLY ':45 a.ra.-&und y School HOLINESS! CHDBOI er method of laying out Vestments.Mrs. .......r .
D 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Booth CtowbtM Scott. Mrs. E. L. Holoubek. MISS TILUE HTGDON
JSSMS F. KlmbwL Pastor T 11:00 a.m.-Nursery la the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor Mrs Mary 1b.IeleC-aDd Mrs Re- It" .form Uf Insurance Comp.;ny" ; I I

,: House 10:00 m.-Sunday School'SuDdI1 glna Esser were hostesses, serving Home Ofttoo:"-InatonolalOllo, ,'s ,
School 10:W I 00 m-Westmlnster J'eD wo11:00 Tillie Higdon' Chosen Future I
: a m.-Morning Worship apple spice cake squares, candy I i
Adult Worship 11.00Tout shipWednesday 7:45 *.m- uB av Evangelistic, nuts and coffee to the group;'
11:W ,
Worship : Service "
payer Boor 7:00: 7:30: m.-Cholr Practice Wednesday: Farmer,Sweetheart Tuesday' Advem.mI1'doeant ) ,
vanfettstle r. Dy,' T.M T:43 pjru-Prayer Service, Garden Club Cost It Paysl "' I

jadajr CHUKCQ OF JESUS CHtBT. Friday Christmas Bazaar Miss Tulle Hlgdon, a member of phy sang "Big Boots" and "Play : 1))'
(Orchestra) Practice, TailAPOSTOLIC FAITH. T:45 nu-Youth Service I the Senior Class, was chosen F.F. mate. '
''edaesisy: Berth OewlstM Final plans 1 for the Christmas y
Miss :
A. Sweetheart by members of Othera competing were
Ofisti Ambassadors; T:15 Bro. Luther Dixon. Pastor CBUKCH OFCnBTMf Beau will be made when' the the Chapter Tuesday night at the Chris Giddens who played two Reduced $50.00 I
I 10:00: m.-Sunday; School Seett Central Aveme Garden Club meets next Thursday Grass
Participants were Judged onpersonal piano solos' "Whispering
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.Preaching Earl Arnold, Minister morning at 10 o'clock (Nov. 21) at gym. .
112 E. Ventura An.... Tuesday, Sundays the home of Mrs. Walter A. Slew- II appearance and talent. and "Saturday Night"Miss I
let. Lean M. CambreflInterim 7:30 p.B .-Prayer Meeting 10:00: a.m..Bible School: erg Members are urged to attend Miss Hlgdon accompanied by Barbara Jacobs playedf'J'aacln.Uoo" and Originally $139.50
Sidney Hlgdon and Truman Mur- on the accordlan I
Pastor FrIday
,11:00: .m.-Wonhlp tills Important meeting '
i o i.m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meeting 7:00: p.nv:-Worship The Bazaar will be held on Friday -- Sofa Bed and 1
M m.-Momlng Service Wednesday; : and Saturday Nov. 22 and 23
;4] pm.-Training Union T:30 p.m.-Midweek Devotlou at the Beck Motors showroom. YOUR MONEYwill
i 00 p-m.-Evening Service ST.MAXTCrS COVBCHEpIsoaiMl and Bible Study; Hours will be from 4 to I p.m. on Matching Chair -,, ;
''ednesday: ( I) Friday and 10 ajn. to 8 p.m. on not go with you. Will you be a wile ..
1 no i>.m.-Officers and Teachers 207 North Pseiflo nuT METHODIST' CBTJKCB Saturday. .. Steward and return to Chris a portion Turquoise fabric j
Meeting The Rev Clark H. Dorman Vicar 331 W. Oseeola Avenue \ of that which he has entrusted in your with extra arm covers .;
00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Sera Sunday Services*, Rev. David A. Denslow. Pastor .. J keeping?
i Ics 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist ':45 a.m.-Church School Lost And Found In I
15pm.-Choir Practice 10:30 a.m.-FamUy Service and 11:00: a.m.-Morning service "For where your treasure, there will Now $89.50Reduced ,
Church School. 1:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth FeVlowshlp High School LibraryAmerican lOur heart be also/ Luke 12.3-4 ,f
$10.00 weekly j j
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment. Education Week (Nov.
Booth ClewisUn Thursday: 10-17)) is a good time for the Clew- until sold. i
Church
, Rev.Herb Hlgdon. Pastor 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice istoa High School Library to conduct Community Presbyterian Custom draperies and traverse I
C5 Sunday School NOBTHSIDE MBBIOWABT Found book 407 Royal Palm Avenue
I a m- ; a Lost and project reds
100 a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST The Library has some 'found"books HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister: Free estimates I
00 Training UnUa 304 N. FrancUoo Street Christian)
[ p m-Baptist and has "lost" others
9 43 A.M. Bible School 8:00 P.M. Youth
: Fellowship
:
Elder Lester D. Reams Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium
100 p.m.-Worship Service Mrs Helen Weetman, librarian,
Van Cofhern'sCustom
10:00 School 11:00: AM Worship
lieiday: : a m-Sunday John C. Schemer Minister says several volumes of encyclopedias
i oo p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.-Bible School Lincoln library: and year SERMON SUBJECT
' 6:30 p.m.-BTC 11:00: a Communion and Worship UpholsteryPhone
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'ednesday .
books were left at the high school
7:30 .m.-Evening Worship Service "The Needle's Eye"
M p.m.": Hour of Prayer; p during the past year! there are no YU 2-5831
1IrSda,: Wednesday: Wednesday: of in the and
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names owners books
IM p.m.-Choir Practice 7;30 p.m.-,Prayer.Service 7:30 p.m.-Bible.Study no one at'c"auef? for" tttm -

Church Feature Sponsored By The Following The school library has also "lost" -
This Weekly : some volumes-books which have

been borrowed and not returned. TOYLAND i ii '

Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Following a similar appeal several .

Motors Complete Department Store months ago, there were a number ,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY of books returned to the scshool
"We are very appreciative to
Phone 2-6901
those who went out of their.way to
Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal return books to us, and we welcome OPENING !

them. We hope others may find Hr
Kelly Tractor Co. Store SAVINGS LOAN ASSTfRoyal's school library books which have i j'I'

Phone S-0901 "It's Easy to Pay been left in their homes by mistake
and will return them to the '
The Clewiston News The Giddens Way" Inc. school And we hope those who LAYAWAY *:
have missed volumes of encyclopedia A_ "
or other books will come to ,, :

the library to see if we' have their YOUR _
missing books"

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FHA Girls Will TOYS NOW
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,: 1 Show FashionsA

.:. I Fashion Show will be presented j

by the Clewiston Chapter of Future
Homemakers of America next

rJPanNow.) .. Thursday, (November 21) et I p.m.
;: in the high school gym.
Approximately 90 high schoolgirls
will participate in the hour-

JMr' long program The fashions/ will
char-broiled Aged vary from sport clothes to the j ,
'. -'',Enjoy a delicious more dressy and elaborate garments
.: '
f All of the outfits to be shown
'" have been made by the girls in
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1 their homemaking classes or as
..... U.S. Top Choice I home projects. -
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The fashion shot committee la

composed of Susan Schick chairman ,
Anita CarUnJ1: Carol Evans I

,. Kathy Endlcott, Margaret Glass,
'K. C. Steak Donna Redlsh, Carlette Thomas i

D nna Wood Barbara Zemonek j 7A r
and Arlene Ingram. The program + !
is directed by Mrs Frank Gentry
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With Our Complete Dinner CAP NEWS NOTES

QVIL DEFENSE. The Clewiston

squadron, CAP participated in : .
:: DvQ Defense exercises Sunday J1.r;
,
t : Sunday November 3 : November 10. This' was a evil Air ] ,
.W. Patrol event and originated from I
CAP ) j
headquarters Geiger co'inte
I ,'t,;'%;*:;,:, readings were taken by Clewiston ; ,,'
.. qCe mobile unit (LL James NEW STOCK f f
t..Jf.Th. Dollars and Twenty-Five nt..rW' Walker OF CHRISTMAS TOYS
:r and LL Wayne Smith) north, south
J east and west of the city. Other Hundreds of
fascinating await
gifts
selection.
participating units were communications your Everything from
(IA l/o Annie Walker: ) and the tiniest toy racer to our famous line of Western Flyer Bikes. Toys I I ti
Information officer (Lt Rose for all ages from babes to Teen-Agers.
*_. Doane. ,Cur thanks I
) to ,Kenneth 1
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Walker ter.COMMUNICATIONS tot use of the Geiger coun Come in Now Layaways 1 : 4,

: A 1/0 Annie Choose your gifts while our of
any gift items can be. made
Walker has successfully ,
communications, -frc\\nfrn completedthe \\ stocks are. the biggest for small down payment : ',_.

The CtewMon Inn and received her CU Radio Operator ,i 4,
Proficiency Ckrd. This la required

radios. A of 1/e aH Walter who operate becomes CAP the Western Auto Associate Store 'I,

Telephone YU M501 fifth member of the, Clewiston ,
Clewi.ton, Florida Squadron to receive the prodder i
card. Others are Lt.James Walker Home Owned and Operated by W. A. NormanII I

Capt Bin Doane Lt CurUss i .
Pollen and Lt Rose Doane.




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J Mist Ann FosteU, vocalist, presented Page Four THE CLEWKTOM NEWS Qewiston, Fla. Party CelebratesFor birthday cake and !
a program of nuptial mu-I Thursday: November It, 1963 Section One j I TwoYearOldMrs dens Attending, Carol were Mrs, pal
"O Prom- and Morn,
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Postell
.Ic. Miss tang
Martinez entertained
Charlie Mrs.
i L Kaedler,
," and "Whither Thou Go- Karmel
Ise Me
with children' party at her dra
a lCaedler, Mrs. ,
it" The traditional wedding w
i marches were used. home three to Wednesday five o'clocsk afternoon:, to celebratethe from and Ellen Blake, Mrs.; Bud Mrs. D, r, J
ii lace over taffeta short wedding Women nW Auutln,
by birthday of her two :year old Gary Austin, Mrs,
i The bride, given In marriage $ Bip
and
her father, was dressed In a white son Richard. Teddy; Robert,Jett
iI lace over taffet short wedding I The guests enjoyed; playing outdoors Egley, Deborah and
I The bodice featured a scoop were given favor of balloons tlnez, Mrs Carlos
gown.
and served! refreshments of Mrs. Hula
length Holds OTJea
'II neckline and three-quarter Attend Georgia I Sorority -- -
sleeves, and the sheath skirt had
I ov rpanels Of the brocade. Her Family Reunion Pledge RitualBeta
I I II shoulder length veil of illusion was Mr. aDd Mr. J. G. Ford of Nash-
I 4 attached to a circlet of pearls aDd vllle, Georgia, observed their 52nd PI Chapter of Beta Sigma
illusion. She carried a white Bible< wedding anniversary last weekend Phi held Pledge Ritual for six
with an arrangement of white carnations and had their seven children present pledges Wednesday evening at the y
tf and stephanotis, centered for the occasion and all but home of Mrs. Richard F. Baker I
I with a white orchid. two of their grandchildren. with Mrs. Van Cothern. president
Miss Allen McDonald, maid of Attending from Ctewiston were conducting the Installation.The .
II honor, was dressed a full skirted Mr.and Mr. Carey: Ford,Mr. and RESTAURANTFresh
I dress of blue brocade, with fitted Mrs. Ralph Ford and ion.Lee, Mr. ritual six Mr pledges. John receiving Black, Mr the.
bodice short sleeves and V-neck- and Mr. Lonnle Ford and son, were
Frog Legs
line; she carried a bouquet of yellow ]-Raymond: and Mr. and Mrs. Bob- Luther Davis, Mrs. Harold Estep
Mrs. Frank Gentry and Mrs. Bill
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carnations.Ronnie I by Ford of Moore Haven.
Danish Lobster
Watklns.CohoBtesse Tails
Roblson attended the< The reunion provided four generations I
I groom as best man. of both male and female, for the evening,
A wedding reception In the so a* the six brothers and their sister were Mr. Kenneth Walker and African Lobster Tails
clal hall of the church, followed the met at the home of their Mrs. William Baker.
The bride' table wa Fresh
I'I MR. AND MBS. BATMOND HCEBNEK ceremony. parents. Oysters
decorated with white blossoms, and Other member attending: were
I ; the three-tiered wedding cake, top liton High School and was a member Mrs. J. Fred Baker, Sr., sponsor, Fresh Shrimpfor
; p Miss Addison, Mr. Huebner Wed peel with a miniature bride and of the Homecoming Court last Mrs. Mike MUlcevic. Mrs. J. C.
groom, was served with punch,I The also a graduateof the BEST in
year.
groom
,i'' Spooner, Jr., Mr. Robert JrIcO>> party service,
nuts and mints. Assisting In serv
GewUton.High School. 1* employed -
I : In Hi-Haven Baptist Church Friday !ng.were Mrs. C. W. Mann, Mrs with Kelly: Tractor Co., ley, Mr*. Buren Hall. Mrs. Robert call about our PIT ROOM!
W. R. Baxter and Mrs.J. E.Boree, Owiston where the young couple Bass Mrs. George Dickson and
Miss Marsha Addlson, daughterof gene Huebner, Belle Glade. The of Belle Glade. Miss Jackie John- will make their home. Mrs. Wade Wilson.
I I Mrs. Virginia McDuffle of Clew ceremony; was performed by: the son kept the bride's book.
\: lston and Bobble Addison of Miami, pastor, Rev. Victor Turner": before' Before leaving on a short honey"
I was married to Raymond; Huebner an altar decorated with white moon to the East Coast, the bride I
J i j. in a double ring ceremony Friday: chrysanthemum; and galloll. and changed to a three-piece beige suit,
I j evening at Hi Haven :Baptist lighted with white taper In cathedral with which she wore machlng aci -
I 1 Church Qewiston. candleabra. orles and the white orchid:
I Mr. Huebner Is the son of Mrs. Prior to the ceremony Mr*. from her wedding bouquet HOLLINGSWORTH'6th
.' '. Floyd; Royal dewiston and Eu James A. Klmbrel. pianist, andHoliday The bride Is a graduate of Clew
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I STUDENTS ADULTS 75<

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i ONE STAGE SHOW 8:30 P.M.
." rams er sUn"niru( nun anV. 'ti\ six years of service to the 'Glades.

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1 Hoover of at former the President dedication Herbert of the I Silver Wedding and Housewarming I __ .Thursday November 14, 1903 Section Out i

Herbert Hoover Dike in dewiston Juvenile fidential file policy as now set up,
on January 12, 1961. The manuscript Reception Honors Mr. and Mrs.\ Langford Judge f feeling that chOiiren who get into

inscribed "To the Children trouble are seeking attention Publicity ""
of the Clewiston Schools. Herbert ThR. e new home of Mr. and Mrs A bountiful buffet supper was Speak At Joint would only serve to aid this
Hoover" personally written and I H. Langford on Avenlda del Rio served by the hostesses in the problem and that it would also
signed by Mr. Hoover.Retreshrments was the scene of a lovely party spacious Florida room. Club Meeting tend to give a medium for children

of punch and Sunday afternoon when Mrs. Lang, Attending the event were Mr. and Juvenile Newell of West with similar cases to get to-
cookies were served during the fords daughter, Mrs. James E. Alspaugh. Mrs James E. Alspaugh Kabul I Palm Beach Judge at getherTHe also noted that 200 of
hour from six to seven. of Kabul, Afghanistan, her Afghanistan Mr. and Mrs. Paul a joint Kiwanls-BPW was guest speaker luncheon the 1800 cases handled by his office .

The At Home was but one event niece Mrs. Paul Dawson and a Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wednesday at the dewiston Inn. last year were brought in by
In the chief project of the Beta close friend of the family Mrs. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. C H. the parents themselves. Publicity;
Ralph Bishop chairman
Club this year. That project la to Ernest Swanson both of Miami Wright, Mrs. Florence Bald. Miss introduced the program speaker would tend to prohibit parents from
bring about the formation of an entertained. with a Joint housewarming Roseann Bald, Mir and Mrs. Bob bringing their children in. I
Alumni Association of Clewiston and Silver Wedding reel] Dowdfo Mrs. George Ivy Mrs. XJ giving background of the juvenile
I The judge closed calling atten-
:11 court Judge Newell noted that II
High School. and the members will ception. I Mildred E. Belser and children tion to
the
seek to Mrs. who and the original court was set up in gigantic problem facing
contact every graduate be Mr. and Langford. Mrs. Ethel Pettlgrew family the American
in education
lore the school term ends in the were obsenlng the 23th anniversary Mr and Mrs. Harmon Johnson and Chicago in 1900 by a group ofwomen for people
the
youngsters who cannot
who felt should
AT HOMMeta Club President hopes that next ;year's Homecoming of their marriage moved into son, Bobby Altpaugh, all of Miami, something
Cheryl compete on a higher level and drop
Lee be done to children. I
help
nell members ef the four classes chMea for rl611& may be a real one for many their new home) last week. Rev. and Mrs. Orville Nelson and
out school
special emphasis. of at the- age of 15 or 16
at graduates. appropriately decorated Mr. and Mrs. Stanley The court u set up to help where
Homecoming this year. Sue Corvette ?helps. left. The home was son, Orlando and who then
Class rf IMSMrlanne are unable to get
Jones BUhop, Class ., 1MJ. Michael DwreDe., Phyllis Crouch And Bonnie Sue with a profusion of flower ; Langford and family, Mrs. J. parents have either failed or are I jobs. He stressed the need for
vocational
Clap
1K3 and Edwta O. Ward. Class .f 1933 were eajoylnc of Knowles Donna'Morr1aon and arrangements in white with silver G. Johnson Miss Louise Johnson unable to cope with teenage children training for this
their lilA aehottl dan at the reeeptlon U the mill School memoriessf U. Steve Bell were In charge of alumni appointments. White wedding bells Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.: Belser in their home. well as higher education group for the u
IIrll1.-.sTAFF PHOTO. and guest registrations; refreshments white gladioli chrysanthemums and family all of Arcadia Miss The speaker noted that the great better
mentally equipped children.
were served by Denna Wood and roses were used in the living Leila Langford Mrs. Doris Godwin difference in handling juvenile
Club Hosts and Diane Williams; Bev Preston dining and :Florida rooms. A coffee Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Berry.1 cases above adults is that childrenare I Presidents of Junior and senior
Beta Reception and Mrs. L, M. Weetmaa Beta table arrangement of orchids all of West Palm Beach .. baslcly honest high school classes were guests as
sponsor, assisted. Cherryl Lee in which were grown by Mrs. Lang- ale Williams Mrs. May Brunson The judge also upheld the con was the student council president
Alumni greeting guests, and Mrs. Medford ford, featured the living room dec and baby Thomasvllle. Ga., Mrs. I
Honoring at HomecomingThe Dunawsy was in charge of table I orations. Mary K. Combs Miss Jean Combs
decorations and refreshments. I Mrs. Langford received her Mr. and Mrs. George Green, Ellza- HEARING AID CLINICFree
CUM at 1933: led, percentage the Beta Cub greeted the guests! guests in an afternoon dress of bethton, Tenn., Mrs. Tnelma Higinbotham Audiometric Test and Evaluation
vie! In the attendance at the on behalf of her club and the stu I peacock blue with crystal jewelry Sarasota, Mrs. Edward Hearing
Alumni At Home at which the C. dent body. The classes. of 1933 Diane Rackstraw and a white orchid corsage. Many Jernlgan and sons Mr. and Mrs : Nov.
lL S. Beta dub members werebits '43. '53 and 'S3, were especially lovely gifts and- greeting cards W. W. Sage Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty Thursday, 14th,, '" q i
Friday afternoon. Three of honored this year.. Among former Honors Judy Vann were in evidence to provide mementos Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Speight. J. E.Sherouse (And the Second
!the four members of the school's: faculty; members who came to of the occasion. and daughters Mr. and Thursday of Each Month) 1
lint graduating clan erected dewliton for the Homecoming Miss Judy Vann past worthy advisor Mrs H. L. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. 11 A.M. 4 P.M
each other Joyously in the school were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lawrenceof of'the dewiston Rainbow Assembly Ross LaByer. H. D. Strlckler Mr. Baker'sSugarland
library where the reception was Wauchula whose son, Jerry is was honored with a Coke At Garden Club and Mrs. R. E. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. S I
hell now a senior In high school. Both I Party; Saturday morning at the District I Glen Gunter and Mrs. Vera Davidson Pharmacy j s
Meeting
first to arrive was Edwin O. were faculty; members of C. H. S. home of Miss Diane Rackstrav on all of C1ewlat.on.I ClewistonConducted !
Ward, of Belle Glade, who was for several years. East Osceola Avenue Mist Vann Attending the fall meeting of: ) '
by Mrs. Roberta was home for the weekend from District Ten of the Florida Federation I By. S ,
won joined On display in the library were Stetson of Garden dubs, held at Port ARTHUR I. WHITESIDE: & ROBERT L. KEMP : j :
University at DeLand.
Avant, of dewlston Mrs. ; I
I Authorized
Gorge Dealers
as for
many yearbooks as were available Motorola-Dahlberg Hearing Aids
Jewel Lowe Lawrence was half Guests attending were Misses St. Lucie Country Cub near Stuarton 2200 Bay St, FORT
of the various classes. In the MYERS. FLA. E
PersonalsMr.
Mrs. Walter A.SIewert I
hour late. due to retting a 1963 positions Judy Vann Cheryl Lee Lynda Friday were I
assigned to
the Classesof
Carlton Mrs. Arthur H. King ,
alumna\ Artls Lawrttoce. home 1938, 1931 and 1953 Suzanne Peers Sally Oltpnaat .- I
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were posters -
Beck and Mrs. Fred
Jan Mrs. George
.from/ the University of Miami to stating the school Wilson Mary Beth .
library has
attend her Homecoming Alumni copy! of yearbooks of those no Fry Marcia Futch Jean Gray C Bikes. and Mrs. Ward Oliphant of I
yeasand :
Reception! with her mother. The asking anyone who has these Ellington, Emily Realty; Joy Crawford Louisville Ky., arrived Sunday for I
!fourth member of the first graduating annuals to donate them to'the library Sheila Carlton Mrs Carlos I OBITUARYINFANT a visit with relatives. They art CHRISTMAS BAZAARNov. 1
class was Bob Mitchell, who so the school will have a I Dickey Mrs. A. H. Vann and Mrs. BUTTON guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs ..,
did not make it to the Homecoming complete file of ;yearbooks. In the G. D. Rackstraw: and the hostess, Donald L. Button Jr., May-old R. C. Wilson. -,

this year. foreword of the 1940 Tiger was the Miss Diane Rackstraw. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Mrs. Wm. C. Owen returned 22 4-8 P.M. 'I oj
Miss Cheryl Lee, president of statement that this Is the third Sutton, Sr., died Wednesday in Tuesday from a 12-day trip with

;yearbook so Mrs. Weetman believes Episcopal Youth Good Samaritan Hospital in West her son, Richard B. Owen of Coconut ,'i'
someone In the Class of 1938 Palm Beach. Grove. They visited in Thomas Nov. 23 10 AM.8P.M.. ;, ,
Did You Know? or 1939 may have an annual aVIIlable Election Maternal grandparents are Mr. vllle Ga., Huntsville Ala, Browns '
which the school: would we 1Hold and Mrs. Horace Thomas of Okee- ville and Mepbls Tenn., and on ,&; !

You ,, come as a gift. All ;yearbooks In Members of the Episcopal Youth chobee; p.rental.randparents are a sight-peeing trip toured the battle BECK MOTORS SHOWROOM
can get
the library now are kept as reference Council of St Martin's Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Oswell Sutton of fields at Shlloh Tenn., and I' I:
books and are given good dewiston. Vlcksburg and Miss.,
Church held a meeting In the Natchez I
Bar-B-Q to GO! care. Some of the older copies have parish hall Sunday and elected of. Graveside services will be held visiting also many of the historic Baked Goods Snack Bar Toys j
been cut, and new volumes would Bars for the coming today at Ridgelawn Cemetery Indewiston mansions in the area. 1
Phone YU 29322A be appreciated.Two Miss Barbara Jepson year was chosen with Rev. L. M. Cam- Joe Marlin Hffllard returned Saturday Gifts Plants Christmas Decorations '

Items of historical significance president; Miller Couse vice president boil of the First Baptist Church: from a hunting trip In the
to the school were also ; Diane Rackstraw secretary- officiating: Paulson Funeral HomeIs Dakotas. His father Joe A. Hit] Clewiaton Garden Club2M.MUMMW
placed on display. The original treasurer; Joan Hunt, social chairman in charge of arrangements.Birth Hard who was also in the party Is
copy of the Class History of tne ; Kenneth Young, promotion making a business trio- to Texas

first graduating elms, prepared by chairman.:\ ? ., *. "before* returning hong .
Jewel Lowe and delivered at her Plans made for the coming year Dr. and Mrs. Michael C. Herring Wm. C. Boswell is in West Palm
graduation In 1933 has been given Include a coffee hour following the are the proud parents of a son Beach this week attending an ICC ,
to the library as a treasured gift 7:30: service each Sunday morning. born October 31st in Good Samaritan hearing on the application of the .,. ,.,. .,. tit I'"

Also on display prominently to Hospital West Palm Beach. Atlantic Coast Line railroad for
I Happy Birthday The baby weighed six pounds 10 permission to build an extension In
at birth and has been the Okeelanta area. :
Nov. 14: Larry Lee Pat Baker. ounces named Michael Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Russell N. Gomez IIN MI.'r'.
We make buttonholes, sharpen scissors, carry all Nov. 15: Dick Crawford Lorraine and daughter Gay, of Gretna La., ,

Dunaway Sammy Ray Young, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Luna Sr., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F, M.
parts, and repair aU makes of sewing machines. Mrs. Fred Young, J. T. Suggs. are the parents of a son born Nov Rodriguez and Mr. and Mrs. W C .
Nov. IS: Eva Andrews: Wayne
Sullivan. ember 11 in Hendry General Hospital. G. Perry and family r i
SEWING MACHINE CENTER
Nov. 17: Marl Goodwin. Elbert 'The baby has been named FREE
Hooker LeRoy Hare Wilfred Pel- !Israel Jr., and weighed eight RAINBOW NOTTES N.
116 SW. 3rd Phone WY 6-3260 and 3 at birth. I' !
Street, Belle Glade, ham, Thelma Fender Martha Topper pounds ounces The Rainbow Girls decided that

Billy Morgan Mrs. T. H. Ro- Saturday would be the last date on AT ,
We tell new and used sewing machines. I land. HOSPITAL NOTES which will
they accept orders for
Nov. 18: Elsie Fuel, Otha For Patients Admitted: John Garcia, Christmas cards or Christmas dec- AL FULLERS
rester, Sandra Veale. Dora E. Rldgeway Patricia Smith, orations. The decorations may be I
Nov. 19: Ernie Miller Gerald A. i Lou Ann Sutton, Virginia Stiles, seen In the window of the Nickel
Stiles Rosalie Benbow Ronnie and' Benny Cody Donald Knouse Glenn Building on Bond Street The girls e. "
DonnIe Lewis. dark James Gushy James Murray are offering! these items for sale to MI'uf Paint Store

//L Nov. 20: Helen Peters Mrs. J. Glenda Judd, George McGee raise funds to attend Grand Assembly
Fred Saber Wayne Weaver.Nov. Seaside Luna, Vera Gunter, O. A. which will be in Jacksonville

21: Charlotte Land Zelma Anderson this year 1 444 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston.. Fla. I
Patients Martha
remaining
Adams, Mrs. Leslie Hanson Elise ; The Rainbow Girls also receiveda
Hundertmark John MOton Long. "Thomas, Howard Barrett, DoUleHlllls doll house which was made by Phone YU1' 2-3281 '
Thomas Hillls, Vera Gunter
Mr. Godby and will
be used for
PTA To Meet Ruth Vaughn, Agnes Bigg Malcolm fund raising project this month and a Complete Line of Paint and Supplies I'
I BII,. John Cards Jame.Murr.y. next. The girls _
The regular November P. T. A. Carol Harper George of Mr. Godby'f are very kindness.appreciative .,., .,. \A 41" Ut iA ,
I meeting will be held in the Elementary McGee Eddye CurrIe, Robert Harris I [,
I School Lunchroom at 8 o'clock Frank E. Parkinson, Patricia ,

next Tuesday evening. An executive Smith, Sberan Harris, Senlada r
borad meeting will be held at Luna James Balllntine, Andres ;
'3 ace. q 7.30.An Travmo, Benny Cody, Fannie Powers The l '
Interesting program has been Mamie Blgelow, 0. A. Anderson. -
arranged. i I

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ri d1 'f1a MI Included Miss Linda Walker, Miss trip from Afghanistan especially Thursday November 14. 1963 -- Section gym,
I II Sandi McConville, 'Chuck" Wellf, for thCOecailon.
I j H I II II II II Il Ir' Jr., Michael Durrence, Richard 11e;} o+paughs had only one weekforrhh,4ip
II Herring and Michael Kehoe. f flying to Miami and
I Mr and Mrs. Alex Shaw of Lake- refilJ"""p ,A paugh, an employee
land were weekend visitors In the otiffft, American Airways, is onIoan4qijtji Acreage For Saleto
home of their ion and daughter- 1 E .* government and is stationed
in-law Mr and MM. R. E. (Bud) at an isolated outpost In Afghanistan to 7f sections
Shaw where they expect to
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. remal until 1965
I as' Marsh are her son-in-law and So Isolated is their station thatit $125.00 per acre up
I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ernest does not'receive mail; their man
Douglas and family of Brunswick, Is addressed to Blerut, Lebanon,
Ga. who were called here by the and It is taken to them at intervals. DADE-MONROE REALTY
I serious Illness of his mother, Mrs I Their clothing, food supplies etc.
I Minnie Douglas at the Belle Glade, are purchased as such long-spaced 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. phone YTJ
Memorial Hospital. I intervals that each shopping list: 3-294t
Mrs. Thelma Hlglnbotham of reaches into the hundreds of dollars '
Sarasota spent the weekend as the and is ordered by special mall --
guest of Mrs M. V Glotfelty., order catalog. -
Al Fuller was a business visitorIn Mr. and Mrs. Alspaugh flew to
West Palm Beach Tuesday. Miami, and thence to Clewiston for FRANK TilLIS
the Silver Wedding Anniversary of
I I FROM Mr. and Mrs R. H. Langford, Mrs Phone 924-5660 Pahokee, Fla.
VISITORS
Langford and Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty
: THE BANK OF BELLE GLADE formally opened suit. the public. An advertisement elsewhere accompanied them to Miami and Representing Howell Wilmoth & Associates
I ''y' for business this morning following Open notes the banking hours and members of the AFGHANISTANInteresting spent two days with them seeing 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach
I I' Home last nltht. The new modern bankingfacility Board of Directors It. .Is located oa Avenue them off on the return plane this e MORTGAGE LOANSAt
is "home owned and operated" and .Is and First Street, across from the new post. offlee. visitors In Clewlston morning.
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i ,, \ i Mrs. James E. Alspaugh of Kabul, I ACREAGE RANCHES FARMS
j" as a member of the Florida National Afghanistan, who were guests In Sugarland Pharmacy RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
Guard; he has arranged to the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
I :, re-enlist in the U. S. Army and Langford Mrs: Alspaugh. Mrs.I Ii PIZZAYU MORTGAGE INSURANCE'
t I I has asked for overseas assignment i Langford's daughter was one of Your Business is Appreciated
I I expecting to go to Germany the hostesses at the housewarming 2-3311 I
YOCisltiiS after the Christmas holidays. and Silver Wedding Anniversary
.1"" Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lewis aDd -
Mrs. W. T. Lewis and children] 01
Lake Placid were visitors in Clew-
Mrs. Melvin Pape and Mrs.Clyde coming especially to attend Homecoming iston Friday night
Egley of Clewlston accompanied Festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beardsley
J by Marvin E.. Pape of Moore Haven Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. and daughter of Gainesville wereweekend
I attended funeral services in Morgan and other relatives here guests of Mr. and Mrs
I Fort Meade Ian Wednesday for for the weekend were her daughter John Brsntley, Jr.
Dan E. Griffith. 81. who died in St Mrs. Wilson Boyette and her Mr. and Mrs. James Faulkner
I Petersburg. Mr. Griffith was a former children of Lakeland and Mrs and children of Jacksonville spent
I I employee of U. S. Sugar Corporation Curtiss Pullen. Mr. Pullen and the weekend In Clewlston with her We Are Open
living In this area from their children of Canal Point, who father A. O. Ward. Mrs. Faulkner, :
1927 to 1950 His wife is the former came for Homecoming at Clewis the former.Grace Ward, Is a former .
Zelma Doke, sister of the late M. ton High School. C. H. S. student
C. Doh. Miss Judy Vann of Stetson University !-
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver of attended Homecoming and
Miss Artls Lawrence, a student Leesville, La. returned to Clewls spent the weekend with her parents
I at the University, of Miami spent ton last Friday. Mr. Weaver com Mr. and Mrs. A. H Vann. ( 'if.t.,
; the weekend here with her parents, pleted his six: months active duty, Miss Elissa Hundertmark of ,k
---- Palm Beach Junior College spent '
the weekend with her parents Mr .l :
and Mrs B. W. Hundertmark and To Serve You

a High attended School.Homecoming at Clewlston

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McLeod of
Fort Pierce were guests of friend
in dewiston Sunday. The McLeod
r.I are former Clewlston resldenta.I I

Mrs. Russell Lewis of Winston
Salem, N. C. and Mrs. J. R. York
of Pahoke were weekend guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley
Mrs. Lewis Is a consin and Mrs.
York the mother of Mrs. Beards-

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Marian Tokieda. a student
at Stetson University, spent the
weekend with her mother, Mrs
Anna Tokieda, and her brother
Frank, and attended the Homecoming -
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Sevea t tI
Oewlston I'la.
[CLAS1]FS1IIFIIE m r I WILL home.KEEP Days: CHILDREN only. Fenced at bac my' I Thursday, November 14, 1963 SectIon One I

1m3] yard. Phone YU H642. nov tic(! Country Club CARD or THANKSWe

PHONE YUkon M201SS0TED APARTMENT FOR UNT Pboae SINGER SEWING MACHO OBITUARYGEORGE
FOR
'YUJ.688L SALE: ODe JS-ft. Spartan NotesBy wish to express our deep appreciation
Four cents will be at Old-
RATES: Uom representative
housetrailer, new furniture. two .
to the many, nanny
flr insertion. 70 cents Store each
1'r1da7.
per dens Furniture : w. KEEN
Stf four Insertion aluminum prefab cabana rooma.10'd' Matt and rertia Stanton friends for their kindnesses to us
cMriel; For parts sales, service stop In
"tor the price of three. Avenue.on Choice lot. 528 Central or call YU M721.- Uc Last Friday the special la-bo1e George Washington Keen 79, died in our sorrow. The many flowers,
Phone YU 2-7494. 14c
whose names appear SC naneDu Wanted nov medal tournament from men', at his home 411 East Ventura Ave cards, prayers and expressions of
Persons
classified ads mar pick FOR BALE-J37 Magnum Pistol H. E. Crosby tees started with 16 ladles entered. nue. Saturday morning. He was a sympathy; and the helpful deeds

ta the$iw, passes to the Dixie: Cry. complete with cartridge belt and BLUM & SONS PLASTERINGVery Results of the first round were as native of Arcadia and had lived which were extended to,( us so>>

ltd Theatre eompHments .. holseter, 190. Call YU J-1523 after Bust Work follows: Addle. McGehee won from there all of his life until moving to quickly and by so many of you
HAUNTED HOUSE WANTED for 5.00: dewlston to reside nine monthS have shown us that our deep sorrow -
*, News and Theatre. Fastenput p.m. Itp We Save You Money Naomi Stockman and Dot Vetto
the mad Dr. Is shared by friends. We
be called for before Wed- Morrla to live In Pasterlng, Simulated Stone from Mary Louise Weathers. Bonnie ago. many
while here to present his IL N. Godbey accept It as a fitting tribute to our I
HOUSE Stucco Free Estimate Durrence won by default from H* was a farmer until his retirement -
,achy. OF HORRORS Show at the Dixie FOR SALE-Shotgun, Winchester, Licensed and Insured Diane Berner. Nell Hooks lost to and was a member of beloved husband and father. 1

Crystal Theatre. 1tc 12 gauge pump, with case, nearly 25 Years la Business Ruth McCarthy, Dee Holoubek to I the Arcadia Baptist Church ,Mrs. Trollle Redlsh I

RELIABLE PARTY WANTED for new $60.00. Holdridge Music, YU 3850 Lori Street LUah Florentine and Letty McCon- Funeral services were conducted Mrs. Doris Carter Mrs. Christine :

{STATEDEMAND Part Time Work-for Extra In- 2-1781. Itc Fort Myers, Fla. tic vllle to Frances Nail. Louise Christian by Rev. L. T. Fagan, Sr., in the Carlton. Carlisle, Carrol
REAL
_. EU0171 or OX 4-287 from Ruth Mottley and In .
come. Recession-Depression Proof -- won Roberts Funeral Home Chapel Jack and Ernie Redlsh. ",
Business To handle the world fa. ALL MAKES 21
mow R. C. A. and Sylvanla fast Guaranteed. S1995 down, 814.04' ris. The eight remaining will compete terment was in Oak Ridge Cemetery
GREATER THAN I moving type T. V. and radio per month. LAKE APPLIANCE again tomorrow For those Arcadia with Paulson Funeral i
bus tube, CO.. YU 17151. I lOST&iFOUWDLOST I I I ,
tie
EVER for houses customers, acreage wait- sold through our latest model do- II I ; not playing the 18-hole event there Horn in charge. Custom Tailored

List have with us. it-yourself tube testers You could FOR SALE-Gas space heater in will be a 9-hole low net in which Survivors are two Ions Dr. TIB-
property .
Is1 Jt Besrdslej.your Ph. YU 2-750L net up to 150000 per month in II good condition. Reasonable. Ph. the worst hole may be thrown out. man L. Keen Lafayette Ala., Melvin

tic spare time. Cash Investment r.. YU 2-6653. Uc or strayed, a giant 3 It.i Newly elected officers of the C. Keen, Sr.. Clewiitoa; one

qulred to start; from J2.190.00 up ..- -' swamp spider, If, seen, pleas Ladles' Golf Association are Ruth I brother, W. A. Keen, Pahokee, and DraperiesSlip
W. E. Bolton to $3,493.00. Should be ready to FOR SALE-Used Webcor Tape Re. notify the DIxie Crystal Theatre Mottley, president; Lllah Florentine two sisters Mrs. S. M. Hall, Plant

.start, upon acceptance by corp. corder,at Holdridge Music. YU Do not try to capture\ as this thing, vice president; and Dot Ve- City and Mrs. Budfey Martin, Sarasota

REAL ESTATE Requirements: 4 to 8 hours spare 2-4781. Itc is very dangerous Itc tori, secretary-treasurer. I ; two grandchildren: M. 'C CoversFree
3 bedroom frame ----- ------- Invitational held,
NORTHSIDE hours week In the Sebrlng Keen Jr. and Mrs. McLeod,
per ; reliable auto, and FOR SALE Kitty
Payroll envelopes,
Furnished. Immaculate. two references. Earl S. Dyess recently, Addle McGehee won low Cecil
Please do not answer and four great grandchildren,
2 bedroom frame, printed wtlh form for social security Vettorl low 1 In
SORTHSIDE and Dot net
gross
'S9.000. unless fully qualified and withholding and other de ,Wt and Donna Keen and Pete and Estimates
sincerely Interested in a fast moveIDe ductions. Box of 500. dewiston the Clewlston group. Second net Scott McLeod, Oewiston.
ACREAGE as available. Public-Notice went to Ruby Allen and 3rd net to I
repeat business with j
,
an excep. News Office. .. .
NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2
ACRES. McLendon. Others attending j
5 Polly
tonal high margin of of
Hardwood profit, CARD OF THANKS ArtcraftUpholstery
bath frame home. your own. Income starts immediabelyno FOR SALE: Kresky furnace, will were Mary Louise Weathers Ruth X wish to express my thanks: for
goers heat five house. Thermostat Mottley, Ruth McCarthy Naomi
room
FHA HOMES in Broward. Palm selling or soliciting required. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING 01' the many flowers, cards and visits '
33 and blower. 225 gaL fuel tank. Stockman, and Theresa Stanton.
Business is LANDOWNERS OF DISTCN
fully set for
up In the hospital the
and Dade counties, various during my stay ;
Beach ISLAND DRAINAGE
Mrs. P. M. McIntyre novZlc DISTRICT The day started out with a downpour
dies and prices. Small cash you-Be your own boss-no time ...Notlo. I.I hereby flven that, purKM members of the hospital staff Drs.
which threatened to cancel the
clocks. to .'l nf the Board of
Company to c Super
wining extend
and and the
McConville ,
payment financial THOSE GOOD CLAXTON FRUIT visors of Dleton IiUnd' Drain*" golf but the ladles filled in with a Shupe 812 Avenida Ave.Let's .
FOR RENT Efficiencies and assistance to full time U CAKES are here. 11.00 pound. U met, and. In upcordanc: withCh'pter blood donors. May God bless you
for Dot Ve I
Bingo game happily -
available. desired. For personal interview in IBS Florid*. BtatuUa, 114, alL
houses as from any BPW member or at cad Laws Amendatory thereto the tori who brought home the BlackOut -
city write
your to UNIVERSALU
Over 1.000 vacant lots to select Beardsley's office nov4c annual meetlnar of landowner oDleton A. O. Pratt.
!rom for all purposes. Various Test-Dlv. 1218 Westover, St. lalafid Drainage District for prize.The
Louis 30, Missouri -- the jreur IMS. will bn held In the weather cleared after an
Includo
Terms.INVESTMENT. phone FOR SALE Parakeets. 83.00 .
,rices. Court Room In the Courthouee In ,
hour or two and except for few
ANT INCOME number in resume. 1tc up. Mynah birds African lovebirds the City of Moor Haven, Florida, a
-- on Monday, November IB, tICs, *! soggy fairways, everything was
PROPERTY. monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet It'IO o'clock In the Eaalrn
: morning
Carl Hornsby fine. The day finished with i avery
CM( MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent boarding. Thompson Wild Standard TIm., for the purpoe up
of I delicious buffet dinner and Go Bowling this weekendPlenty : i
Animal Farm.
CBS construction. 823,000. WANTED-Typing to do in my Phone YUkon 2- 1. Electing one Supervisor for awarding of prizes.
LONG TERM low interest, farm, home. Mary Torbert 333 So. At 1238. tie a term of three (I) year.

cane, grove and ranch' mort- lantic. Ph. YU 2-7481. Nov 21p and I. taking Receiving ouch annual action with report r..p.ct .- Bill Recent Baker's scores 39-39-78 worthy and of note TubbOwens' are of lanes available for open bowling ..
minimum 850000. ..
gages thereto the landowners
LISTINGS NEEDED OPPORTUNITY on Route 80, Ten may determine. and 37. at all time, Friday. Saturday, Sunday, Monday I

J. M. LANKFORDIn. acres 1V4 miles East of Lee Couny Business Services buelne.S. Tranaaetlnic a* may properly such other come In one group last Saturday, an all days and all evenings. I
Real Estate Broker t line 880' frontage x 495' deep. before the mee'lnir. four players scored in the sentles
530 East Sugarland Highway See owner's signs. Many uses for BOARD Or IWPFRVISORS OF -charlie Wleienfeld, 79; Red LANES ;;
DRAINAGE GLADES BOWLING
DI8TON ISLAND
Smith and LeRoy Hare, 78, and
Fire Auto and General this good solid land on an upslope. DISTRICT .
Hy K. B. Conklln. Prmldent Joe Hendry, 73. Joe also shot 38 In .
Insurance Ideal for business, plus Williams Electric
grove CN IIS-Nov. T. 14, 1MI on Route 80 South of Belle Glade
the of
Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 deluge rain Sunday.
Owistnn. home. 3 driveways, surveyed, good Wiring Repairs An Appliances
Me. Only IIS per front ft., total 1 1I
FOR SALE Mobile home and two
13200. Owner, Box 800, Route No. ; Electrical Contracting I
lots. YU 3-2163. Sales & Gas Taxes
comer Telephone
I, Bonita Springs, Fla. novUc
Nov.28c Hilton Williams Phone Mill {
Double "A"Roofing
BOYS wanted to help Dr. Morris Up Over Last Year
FOR SALE: George's Hotel 20 cut off the legs of beautiful girlsat SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom Firestone New, Treads

rooms furnished. A bargain. YU the Dixie Crystal Theatre on made. Complete line of Retail business in Hendry county -

2-1951. Box 1253. Clewlston Flor Nov. 20 for the HOUSE OF HOR. drapery and slip cover fabrics. during September was much Arrueo! ON SOUND TIRE BOOIM OK ON YOUR OWN TIRES
ida. Jan2c RORS SHOW. Itc Free estimates. Call YU W831 Licensed better than the September of the

Van Cothern's Custom furniture previous year, but not quite up to COMPLETE
: SET OF
CITY,Need REPRESENTATIVE extra ChristmasCash needed.? and Upholstery, tic .e T30Rded.. .4 the August business this year, ac- aa j
enrdllng to the sales tax '
report
FOR RENTONE Part time phone work now available RADIO fit TV SERVICE. Carlthers Free Estimates onyAU Types from the office of J. Ed Straughn, TUBELESS WHITEWALLS I
from your home. Apply Box Radio & TV Sales with service. Rooting and Painting director
of the Florida Revenue
CC. Clewlston News Box 1238Clewlston. I Nlckell Building 108 Bond Street, Phone YU 3.1131CLEWISTON. Commission. The reports of sale
BEDROOM APARTMENT for Itp dewiston. Fla. Phone YU 2-644L
FLA. tax received by the state in October ANY SIZE
lent 306 N. Francisco St. or call I YOUR PHILCO DEALER tic j
reflects September retail sales 049
---- -
TO 2-<<51. Itp -
The sales tax on September
ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU .'..............................................I], ales, 1963 was 823,832.70; for the w i
-
34981. tic (niscellafifiousforialeGOOD I I = same month In 1962 the tax wastlll.300.37 4 'I- Plus tax !

; for the previous month' FOR and 4

FOR RENT-Furnished cabins and .i E BUSINESS DIRECTORY I i this year, 829,031.49. tradeIntires !

YU trailers.J.WL Johnson Fishing Camp! USED SPACE HEATERSfor The trend is the same as that of

tic LP (is. For sale, reasonable I ; = the state Gasoline as a whole. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" OR BUY ON EASY TERMSOur I
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room tar- price. Mrs. Gene Fuller. YU 2-2633 Bales Up
tithed> apartment Phone M27L novllc The same upward trend is reflected -
In the gasoline sales. Retorts I
BOTTLED GAS '
tic Mw Treads UaUifUdMtdallion bgto I
CHURCH OR SCHOOL PIANO- EVINRUDESales of collections on retail sales and afiop marl. art '
FOR RENT Trailers and Trail. I Save 1200,00 on new leers & Pond ApplianceeSalveService in September 1963 In Hendry couny OUANANTSIID J'

w space Royal Palm Trailer console. See It at Holdridge Music and ServiceNew show'925,724.37; the same month MONTH I.A..lMt a.e... la -.br.a.
Part Phone YU 1-2803. tic dewtston. YU 2-1781. Dec. Jc last gNesrar4 hip end n terib durinf life I IIeafaatll
year the sum was $24,058.90; .. ...... II
aa4 Vied Meters the previous month this year the ..AseliMl Mtrnel I read ......... .
(.MnH npelnble puncturx)
Marine Hardware gas tax was $28,246.33. ..ewatend in everyday pow
lEA ExprtM omnonnce truck route Into Clewlston POWER GASCORPORATION .now .r we lor 11 month
Part aid Aesssssties) R.pa-te p.......ea u.rd I
Maria Safety EqeipeMrtnestt aver .rd ..... M IM, ...
Order Your shipments br Express Knee Mill V.F.W. Open House soemt .. .... ee adisolme t


Free Pick up and DeUretr YU 2-2141 R. E. WALDRON CALL COLLECT: On Veterans DayThe FREE CAR, SAFETY CHECK I
South Bay WY 8M31OZNDBY
V.F.W ,Post held Open

WALDRON'S COUNTY I!louse Monday evening at the Poet FORD'S SHELL T RE AHRAKt

Title & Abstract Co. florae! on Francisco Avenue, aleterans V
Highway Lot For Sale .. MKA31 AND OBOOSfflB : in the area were invited: *
DIe Abstraets-TMle bavaswe 1"
.. ) j or the informal affair. SERVICE
Open) 7 sun. tolpm.Jto $ p.m. rvbHe StesMcrafkerrtUen l .
The Post set December 21st as
'75 ft. 100 ft to 20 ft. alley .' Ox Days a Week rtag DntfeaUs
x .
BtUf* St. as* Park Are. I he date for the annual ChrIstmas -

PRr1dn80n'8By (CLOSED EVERY: TUESDAY). .......... J1a.< p 0. Bs WOBaaw Children's party. West Sugarland Hwy.
Across from 1-11.1 Commander Bud Whidden has

for Your Spur of Moment Flcaics) For prompt XfOdent :appointed Bill Bass chairman of 9 P.M. .
Owner Phone YU 32941ATTENTION he membership committee for Phone YU 2.2861AUT ,

Four Idles Vast of dewistoa Borne delivery J 964; Bass will select his own .

- OF TB3t KXABQ nr"T. wmmlttee: members. "
Bar Beach

Call Bobby ,Gidden* 4'
YVSUtlrkeawYCSUn L' (


Attention Cattlemen H Hl114NS
Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
Hew Is the Has I. eesuadaley
WOMEN WERE MADE

LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND MT Ire debts. law edit Interest a ISM rates tens will fans BEFORC MIRRORS AND

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING THEY'VE BEEN BEFORE i

Federal Land Bank THEM EVER SINCE.Drive .


.a L I.ew Coat Faro Merit-are. See er Write I :

FERAL: LAND BANK LOAN W. R. MAY : '
WID FarfcA Cash TeKeflBuee ;
lid Ml Waleald naUOmgBrsdeate
debts.
Ftasswe, farm tapreTeme ts. sew rWMbfS. pueb rewind *. Florida
maektaes aid Install Irrifafe 1
AI8IIt.. perehase.1 a farm. Kent ta0eb.
I'arehsse mars .....
__ Preside ..pUallaMI far the fans aterWW.tALAL Tampa Tribune SAVE MONEY! BORROW HERE!

i4 LAND BANK: LOAN ..<

Lewer ms¶aeats.: ADVANTAGESJ. Ft. Myers Buy your car anywhere, but borrow hereto

.. L.cu Ierla (wP .. I' years). ..xebadvetyaln News Press t pay for it. Our bank rates are the lowest
.. .pIGdue
Depeadabi MnIee (MI"fIaI
.,. 1117) Borne DellTery available to the public. What's more, our

&. ruB pr'epaysutptIvDegea d\ed ,.. 'Meal algal' W. a CAMPBELL Slow and Live terms realistic planned with I
.. Lou Mn10e by heal pee9de femllarIf wD Phone) M7 lHATHCOCK'S i are 'your I

yew ef service to yen please write er fhes i budget in mind. See us first for your loan.

W. L MAY MIT. ., DO TUB B. ABBOT Asst 11#.
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON

Federal Land Bank Associationof ATJTO $ Banal / ,
ytiiaetroi
KECTACXANT sER17CirlElf = Ph. YU 2-6001 CkwMe, line
I STATION' I ,tab "'"
of Bradenton, News
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L II t Pap Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewlltoa, I'la. was adopted by Chief Carlos and on In Glades mob,
Moore Haven and
HUNTERS lived the Indians for 17 !be
LITTLE with
facts
TEN years found here
,h J. I Thursday, November If, 1963 SecUon One have bee
He was freed by Spaniards and returned Over to L'kes
Brotber5
tJ Plays GrovelandIn to where he wrote his the 0YIJIera
Spain land.
AwardedLife 10 little hunters feeling fit and fine .
f : Farm Pearcy memoirs, Fates and
Capital MembershipDoug Citrus BowlThe One forgot his safety catch, and then there were 9. From this source we learned have been exacavatini others of aT

j '. J" Pearcy has been bonora with their that Chief Carlos captured more tr mound, and recent M 0r
CITRUS BOWL selection 9 little hunters, flirting fate.
: there
i Needs Said than 200 Spaniards from wrecked indicate
they
with a life membership In the committee announces the filling of One started clowning, and then there were 8. the site have
V.I'.W., and is the first memberof both berths for the game Novem- ships in the Indies in 1549; mostof ter. of Chief Carlos head q
them were executed but about
J. Still Increasing .0 the honored.Hawkins Sam Kirk Friedenrelch Gordon Pos, ber 29, 1963 in Inverness, at 8:00: 8 little hunters, in a shooters' heaven a. 20 were still alive when Pedro A Lake Okeechobet

4 junior vice commander of the De- pm.Undefeated Moore Haven (Terriers One was "triggered" by a fence, and then there were 7. Menendez de Avlles, founder of Soc:1etis keenly Inter!.IlllIorIt
i "The capital requirements in partment of Florida conferred the St. Augustine, arrived in Charlotte findings of and fa
record of 8-0 will
) with a 7 little hunters wise to feathered tricks in 1566 Menendez met I preservation ft
; agriculture have more than dou- life membership in appreciationfor clash with Groveland'i "Green- Harbor to Indian artifacts.mattera and loco
bled during the last decade and Pearcy's long service to the organization. backs" In this initial CITRUS One used a faulty! gun, and then there were 6. Cacique Carlos and the two be-: of historical \T* '
continue to increase," according BOWL. Cleveland's record at this came friends. Carlos gave his sister and several members Ct
4 to David G. Click, of Ctewiston, Pearcy has held every office date is 6-2. 6 little hunters,'p1ad to be alive to Menendez, who married her. I aid to the exploraUoa

., Director of the Bradenton Production in the local post, having been an Earlier) planing had Florida One looked dolvn a gun barrel, and then there were 5. Later he returned her to her brother. Glades area. Among these fA *

p Credit Association who has officer since 1946! ; he has served Air Academy as a contestant, but George Espenlaub and W. Avis 5
I just returned from attending a as district chaplain, district surgeon a slight misunderstanding resulted 5 little hunters, skilled in woodland lore The Caloosas had migrated to Jr., both of Clewistoll,-

I, PCA Directors Institute in Jack- and district service officer, in the withdrawal of the acad One took to drinking, and then there were 4. Florida in the 11th and 12th cen- have done quite a bit of Ia
sonville. and is for the third consecutiveyear emy. The signing of Groveland turies. They were very strong physically digging on weekends.'lbe .

"j "Effective ways for PeAs to State Chairman of the is Voiceof alsoa gives the CITRUS BOWL a local 4 little hunters, feeling mighty free a and were excellent archers, ultimate goal M thtwe h
He
Democracy Contest .
them formidable foes.They
and further swells the ex- making nessrnen. turned
I keep credit service geared to the member of the Order of Cooties. pected flavor turnout One had an "empty" gun, and then there were 3. conquered men from ship- to preserve the artifacts arched,
taw,
needs of
changing farmers were
Enthusiasm is spreading like the dew wrecked vessels prying the Atlan- Pfopri'ta museum !!
emphasized during the Institute; 3 little hunters, tramping through somewher.
tic and Gulf from these vessels the
Plans CompleteFor wildfire in both towns of the participating ; Caloosa territory
It 1 ,
and directors the bID
were presented One shot a shadow, and then there were 2. seized treasures of and
gold bltlous
: teams, as well as in Inverness they goal, but one that
n
modern methods of managementadapted Free Chest *
the host Parades, silver. The Caloosa territory ex- reached !
city. some
day,
: to the responsibilities and member,
I' 2 little hunters, shooting on the run
X.Rays Next WeekPlans pre-game as well as half-time tended from Tampa south to the Ii6V .
functions of PCA Directors, Click
ceremonies are included among One tripped upon a rock, and then there was 1. deep Everglades
said.t are complete for a special
He said program topics Included visit of a Mobile X-Ray unit to the activities as well as the CIT- The Glades county mound is in I
t{ I pro- But little hunter is still alive to tell
; ((1)) Principles of General vide free chest X-Rays to Hendry RUS BOWL queen competition. one the heart of this region; it is 20
:,1 Management, ((2)) Conducting Effective -, county residents Friday and Satur- Bands from both schools as wellas That following!! sound safety rules guards a hunter welll feet high, about 100 feet across l flhl
will take f
band,
: Board Meetings, ((3)) Building day of next week. The X-Ray unit the Inverness and contains the remains of Ca-
and Maintaining a Strong of the Broward County Health Department part in these festivities, under the Izaac, Walton League loose burials on top of a layer of I i
coordination of John Zellrer. ---- -- --- -- -- -
: Member h l p Organization, ((4)) > and the Broward County whitesand, below which are remains _
1) I Principles of ShortandLongRangePlanning Tuberculosis and Health Association Moore Haven baa one game left of soft music, and the authentic Colonial ley and Shawn McConville, Brenda of burials of an early prehistoric Boots Guides .
i \ and ((5) Management will spend two days in thecounty' on its schedule and will be trying colon and decorative items Waldron, Irma and James Dlckson, tribe called "mound build- Gas la I
I Controls. In an effort to reach all hard to defeat Okeechobee to bringspotless further the scheme. Pete and Scott McLeod, Krlsty En. er.". Nearby is a "Sun Circle", Fishing Tackle Supply

"The farmer-owned and operated citizens with free chest XRays.Some a record has Clermont into the bowLGroveland and Clothes that are high syled with dicott, Tommy and Ginna Fay Sexton which is a ditch three feet deep, Johnson'sFishing
t j Bradenton Production Credit persons whose X-Ray films Sandra and Frank Tomlinson, 10 feet wide and 1200 feet in dia
tattered look and popular pricesare
its schedule and a
Umatilla left on :
Association has 492 farmer-mem were lost following a visit last year could bring an 8-2 record into the the aim of Mr. and Mrs. KahnIn Jimmy McCarthy, Robert and Ray meter. From this a "canoe canal", Camp
If ber!':, :92 of which were new mem- of the Mobile Unit of the State their and to achieve this mond Blount, Mike and Steve Gal- apparently dug with shells leadsto
CITRUS BOWL, by defeating these shop,
o bers during the past year, and Board of Health, failed to returnto become associatedwith assinl Keith Robison, Debbie and the Caloosahatchee river, 20 Clewlston. Flo.
f: \ extended $16,084,000. in capital have the X-Rays made again, chools. goal they American have Retailers Service, Pam Farmer, Mickey Williams, 'miles west. This is evidently the

purpose and operating credit to and they are now into another A great deal of planning has In New York. Kay Wynn, Janet Brandon, Mike site of religious ceremonials.
Inc., buying office
I' farmers of the area last year," )rear-these people, and all who beady- gone into the event, Including Mr. Kahn has previously been associated Kelly, Debbie Davis, Sherr1'bom Found in this mound were a silver

)If I ; according to Mr. Click. have not been X-Rayed during the a huge banquet, under the with Kahn's in Belle as, Edwin Campbell, Sharon Hall, amulet with a gold eye and Edward'sReplacements
direction of CoL Pat Buckley, for the outline of a hand, emblems
The Bradenton Association, of past year, should take advantage and with Catalina Sports- and Cecil Keen.
: which Mr. Click is a Director, of this opportunity, said Mrs. P, both teams, coaches, principals, Glade He has achieved used by Indian witch doctors, and
I makes short and intermediateterm M. McIntyre, a member of the local and queen contestants after the wear in California. with religious significance.No Repair
,, in introducing a new type
a goal
loans to farmers in Glades, unit ,ame. Trophies and awards will 'Glades Sports Car GymkhanaSet excavations are DOW going
shop to the people of the
I f Highland, Hardee, Hendry, Lee, Arrangements for the visit are be lavishly spread to all boys en Plumbing RepairINSTALLATIONS

." ': Charlotte, Sarasota, DeSoto and being made by Jim Conner, of the both teams, as well as coaches area. For Sunday P.M.The .
I I Manatee counties with principal Iroward 'county group, and Bill and principals.At PIZZA TROUBLE SHOOTING
office in Bradenton and field offices Baker, last year's campaign chair. the present time, the only Child Killed November event of the MASTER LICENSE
Negro
: In Wauchula and Clewlston. man, and others of the local com problem seems to be of a ..catIn Glades Sports Car Association
mittee. ," nature. Bleachers are being wUl be a gymkhana to be held Sugarland PharmacyYU Call YU 2-6711

The Unit will be in Clewlston on hurriedly moved from the fairgrounds After Darting From ,Sunday afternoon, November 17,
City Docket November 22 and in LaBelle on to ease this situation, reports starting at two o'clock. 2-3311 325 E. Ventura

November 23. On both days the Roland Bellamy, President Behind FoggerGerome I A Gymkhana Is a series of tests
Among the of last 'of Citrus Quarterback Club, sponsor -
cases disposed B&B Parking lot is the location
of driving and navigational skills
& Wednesday by acting City Judge of the event. Hall, 7 years old, was
and the hours are from 12 noon to and is interesting to spectators as
Carlos Abe M. Zlnn killed almost Instantly Thursday
M. t' Dickey were 8 p.m. well as participants.
I ii.. speeding $25; Elem L. Germany, evening after darting from behind
'Red Shutter" Is New machine In Harlem on Chairman of the event RaymondYon
\\'I! e DWI $200 on a plea of guilty; Ed SHOOTS MOOSE a fogging We
are now
YU 3-1590, will be glad to
SR 832.
L. Lane careless
driving and causing Mrs. Audrey Hall of Nova Scotia,
an accident, 950; Howard L. sister of Mrs. Roy L. Cox, recently Traditional Shop"Red According to Deputy Sheriff five formation.anyone interested further In- accepting applicationsfor

Cherry, public drunk, $25 or 10 hot her first moose on a hunting Sirman Dyess's report, France
[ !" I days; Willie C. Battle, careless trip to Newfoundland, according Shutter," a new fashion Lambert, also colored, was driving waitresses for busy

1 driving, $10; William Rivers, DWI, to a message received by Mrs. hop opened in Belle Glade recently east on 832 and met the fogging Artifacts Found

i'T.!', f, $200 or 60 days, license revoked. Cox. baaed by on Mr.the and philosophy Mrs Al Kahn tradtticnal is machine whoch was in operation Winter Season'MUST

,__ 1'' merchandising. Modern fash- for[ mosquito Control. Approximately Continued from Page One)
15 feet after meeting the machine
I, ;3 50 ons "for those who think young"are the Caloosas; the location marked
; i 10 2 bedroom Gerome darted from the side
by
... displayed in an atmosphere of of the street Into the path of the near the lake is the approximatesite BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE

i'N j.' Double Door Refrigerator warmth and friendliness and permuted car. Vision was very poor because of the Glades county mound;
to sell themselves, without the east-west river
,
the Caloosa-
j q; Many extras high pressure salesmanship It'sa I of the the left fog in and an effort Lambert to avoid swervedto the hatchee and the bay, Charlotte Contact Roy MumawAt

"I' 3,950 new concept in merchandisingwhich child, but was unable to miss him. Harbor.
Financing Arranged has proven very popular. The report noted that the accident Source material for hI.torf Old South Bar-B-Que
Mr. and Mrs. Kahn hope to occurred about 7:30: and that this period in Florida Is found ina
: create an image of warmth and volume written in 137J by a
CLEWIS TON TRAILER SALES Inc. the child was dead on arrival at
casualness in their shop, as indicated Hendry General Hospital. Johnny Spaniard, Fontineda. who was cap-

for the best buy in the sign at the" entrance, and Herbert Johnson were passengers hued when a boy by the Caloosas;
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HomecomingParade ExcellentCompetition a 2 Sections Sweetest"America's, Town"12 Pages Th Cle eWlStOn Ne ws '




was keen as the Pump VOLUME: 38 NUMBER 48 CLEWISTON!: FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1983 Return Postage Guaranteed.See. MflJ, PJ1 Subscription '4.00 j.tf
Costs 1a the Homecoming barreL pouring It orange Juice Into I
even was sponsored
parade vied for the $20 first place Lumber Company by Wibo
cash prize. Tie originality; and County Motor and Hmxir*
and directed
of the floats li felt to have Walker and by Ken
quaIIt1 Mrs. Charle. Jackie GoldmanCrowned
OUphan
i!seen) the best ever by those who It received third place award. S
witnessed the parade Friday afternoon The 12th grade float represented
a Plantation
Paradise and contain-
HM Pep Club\ float sponsored by with ed tour giro in colonial gowni
the Glades Restaurant BearcUley- umbrella. It was sponsored w .
by Kelly Queen
I\ash Insurance agency; and J. E. Tractor Company and 'was
Beardsley Real Estate won first Willis directed by Mils Ayte and Jack

prize It was a replica of a Dragon ', _
out of a cave being met The Queen's float
twO Tiger football players. It the Sophomore sponsored by
b1
directed by Mrs. Janice Hill. class, was a fall ,
was garden At
aceneV1th
last Homecoming
year"Queens 'c
floats included the 7th
Other ,
sponsored by the U. S. Sugar !
grade entry which was built around Corporation and directed by
musical theme and sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Bare.
mvai's Department Store and dirtcted In gala ceremonies at the halftime skirt war of satin; she wore matchIng -
; by :Mrs. Mildred Yates. s on Cane Field Friday night shoes and long white glove

He eighth grade entry represented Archery Club Meets Miss Jackie Goldman was crowned Her flower were bronze chrysanthemums
Lake Placid's: funeral complete Homecoming Queen of Clewiston and were exchanged for
with a flag draped casket and Friday Evening .) High School for 1963. Miss Goldman the Red Roses, traditional bouquetof
car earring Dragonbearers. It was a brunette daughter of Mrs._C. the Queen, following her corona
sponsored by .Pattison Funeral pe' Clewiston Archery,dub will w. M. .WlesenfeM. won the coveted: tion. Her escort was Larry Wil I
/ w M.t honor by vote of tin entire student hams I
tome and directed byBurep HaQ. Set the flop, "Hunting with the '
The!' Key Club float paid tribute Longbow" 'when It meets Friday body conducted In secret: ballot Miss Tulle Higdon, escorted 'by
ia football and bad a '"queen" sitting evening at 7:30 at the dewiston last week, 4 Tommy Moore wore a short formal l'
on top of a football, with two Nine senior girls, all of them with red velvet bodice and
players standing beside her. It 'was Inn.The Club now has .an archery nominated in popular vote, were full short skirt, with matching red
sponsored by the First Bank of range available ,within .the city candidates for the honor and were shoes. ,
Clewiston! and directed by Ernie limits. presented on the field with their Miss Barbara Jacobs eacorted: 'I'
Redlsh This float and the twelfth All those interested In archery .t escorts before announcement by Ken McLeod,, was dressed, in
grade float tied, for second place. are invited to attend the meeting, the Queen was made by Eugene blue velvet with bell-shaped skirt
Fuller class of 1953, muter of i
DM 11th grade entry Included Friday evening. i I and matching shoes.
range trees, with an old fashioned ceremonies. (Continued on Page 3)i) J

., Miss Margaret Ann Waters and i 1
I PEP CLUB WINNING FLOAT t. Ti :Mrs Jane Johnson Parrlsh, who i
Horror Show
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.I 11 \t : were both crowned queens last
r i : year when the voting ended In a i
j
[ ; ... .Jtj tie, crowned Miss Goldman. Cal At Dixie CrystalHave
BallenUne president of the C H. S.
ever been so scared
JANE JOHNSON rAKKISH. ten, aDd MARb, popular, rote of the Clewliton High. School' Student Council, presented her with that your you hair stood on end? ,
GAKET WATERS; right 1I6S Homecoming tudent body The ceremony took place Friday an arm bouquet of red roses. and You will be when you see Dr. J
I : w M queens place the crown on JACKIE GOLDMAN. night at the.lf-Um. of the football came.OTAFF on behalf of HerfWonea company Morris and his weird House of
who wn elected Homecoming. Queen ef 1163, PHOTO. (dealers In collegiate Jewelry) with. Horrors stage show that will be in j
I j jr .. a handsome wrist watch.' ;' j
person at the Dixie Crystal Thee'M\\1
y Get Gifts From Runners up for Queen honors ire on November 20.
Tennis Champion Will Play MatchesIn were Misses Tilll Hlgdon.'.Sandra The big stage show feature a .'1\\

4je. % Garden Clubbera Pace and Chris XeHy. giant swamp spider that Dr Morris "
With the'anappy Sugarland Band says will roam the theatre when
Exhibition at Clewiston Sunday Vou'U rind happy solutions to of Clewiston High School serenading the lights are out This is the
many Christmas gift problem the girls, each candidate rode first time the show has appearedin
Billy Harris, 18-year-old Wes Harris, also one of the better U w will browse In the Christmas on the field in an open convertible, Clewsiton.
Palm Beach lad who has captured kno"'D1.. S. players, and Jerry Basaar next weekend and was,escorted to the position It's all in fun but to play safe
the National Tennis Championship Erneston win play in Clewiston. when the Clewiston Garden on the field where she receiveda the theatre management wQl havea
r .u.uI for 16 year olds, will play exhibi Walter Comrie, of Clewiston, will Club exhibit and offer for bouquet from Cal Ballentine, and nurse and ambulance on call at 1
I lion matches on the new Clewiston be the fourth player on the courts.: sale many interesting useful was presented to the approximately all times A free booklet on how
courts adjoining the Clewiston Inn Billy Harris has 'won more Individual and very attractive articles. 4,000 persons at the ceremonies. to embalm a corpse will be given
at 4.30: Sunday afternoon. Gene honors and trophies than Miss Goldman was the first candidate anyone upon request as long as
Fuller, Clewiston Recreation Director any other It year old in the nation Plan to shop and enjoy to be presented. She wore they lastFeature j
announced that the young said J\illu.. $vyayons,will enjoy naoki at the snack bar) at the a lace and satin dress of French T:30 p.m. Stage show j
champion, with his father Charlie watching the matches, even though Basaar In Beck Motors Showroom Vanilla yellow; the bodice was of 8:30 p.m. Extra added attractiona J
they do not play the games them next Friday and Satur lace richly encrusted with bronze twist contest -winner will receivea
-"- selves. da,. beading, and the short bell-shaped shrunken bead

There will be singles and doubles ,i
played during the afternoon.
The public is cordially invited to

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; Members ef the Junior and
r 6MFORT' Senior chew ., CHewisteatBlrh
; win compete la a powder
.,: '. T.: : part feotbaU game Friday alfhtM .
Cat Field, kickoff at TiM.

Friday is an open' site on the
varsity football schedule and the

+ l classes are using this opportunity; i
: / to seek funds for their Individual
Class treasuries. Donation of 50c
': t for adults and 23c for student
win be accepted. at the gate.
The game is similar to flag foot-
ten and each team has eight players I
five linemen and three backfield i
positions. Each: : player has a I
flag in their belts on each side and
play Is stopped when an opposing 1 AMIIUCANJI.a. compact- ,
TIP player grab a flag or when the economy king.Lowest priced sedans,' ,
i Mil touches he ground Everyone station wagon, hardtop and convertible.* L I .

U eligible for pass receiving. 1 wi "
The game met popular reception Three exciting series! Meat beautiful, best selling Ooh bobier effin d thus
irtn tabesRattlefree .
last and Ramblers
year those present are ever built I AU have stretch-out room for
assured of good entertainment 6 adults, comfort of coil-spring seats curved-glais Advanced Unit Construction.
Win G. Perry and Ken Walkerare side windows a remarkably smooth ride to go with e Deep-Dip rustprooflng a Rust-fighting
coaching the Junior squad America's easiest galvanized steel In vital areas a Ceramic
handling and parking,New options
which i! composed of Sara Jo Cato, include Shift-Command Armored muffler Double-Safety Brakes
automatic
rna Sally OUphant, Judy Watson, Gayle V-8's-you shift It, or it shifts Itself floor Adjust-O-filt stick for e 33,000-mile or ,3-year, chassis lube
Harris, Marge Howard, Shlela Is- 7-posUlon steering wheel for ; Rambler; leads because Rambler BsteosBembry
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bet ,Sandra Susan Brasher Schick: : ,, Jo Sandra Ana Crawford Bell-, Come see the most successful Ramblers ever built] -.._....--.....-...... ,.

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Ford, Bever Kemp Elaine McCon. i.t
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Any way you look at it,here Is a beautiful buy ia coaching Harold Estep the: Senior and Jack squad Willis composed are

quiet Comfort New Bryant Furnace styled by of the following girls i Linda

Raymond Loewy. Designed by Bryant to keep Carlton Phyllis Crouch, Beverly

beating coat down-will handle air condition, Itherton, Carol Evans, Carolyn t
your Gann, Linda Garrett, Jackie Goldman
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Donna Redlsh Barbara RIgby Country,aheM,b the world'bat selling HI.b-perrorm.nc..lunry.
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'''lICe Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla. escorted by Tommy: Rldgdffl. her place In the parade of convertibles. field last year on the final weekendof said U cost 170,171
L U t I Thursday, November U, 1963 Section Two Jackie Goldman Miss Barbara Rlgby wore a abort I 1962. Since that time the South I state services 11982,011 1 Its h
I formal of peach brocade, with gold The members of Homecoming Florida Parachute Association have Revenues
rj/ I'' I 1 1I Nov. 5: Devil 13. Angels Oi; Conv (Continued From (rg 1)) accent and gold shoe. Her escort Court and Alumni were honoredat moved their headquarter to Air I3S a year wig he InCl'eased t
I eta 18 Warriors 0. was Bill Ferr.r.MI. the dance, held in the school: Glades, and this years event is Commission by the lie"
: Flag Football Nov. 7: Warrior 12, Devil 0, Miss ChrIs Kelly wore a abort .. Sharon Wohleuter, escortedby gym after the ,ame.'Chuti.b expected to be even more spectacular Ma.on. Regular Chairmen td
I II Comet 14, Angel 0. formal with cerise skirt and gold Robert Thompson, wore a rose, than last ,.ar'*. The date are charges are me"I.e let
bodice. Her escort was Matt Stanton .bout
December 27-28-29. tell
formal with billowing skirt and per ,
Br WOODY CAIItUTHER8t Jr.Miss. MeetingSet teethe old schedule
LEAGUE STANDINGS (N V. 11)) sequin encrusted bodice. : ud IIII!
t i The Jet assured themselves Debbie Kemp, escorted by news
01I In DecemberSome hies
MIDGETS about
Each girl presented with an eight
war
j Bob Stewart Moorman, was dressed Rate Up 1000TAt.L4HASSEEWestef11 per cent h1aber
the league championship Monday I ,
L
Team W.
arm bouquet of flowers, tied with of the top parachutist in The
I as Glen Langston and Mike Kehoe Jet ....... ...... -9 8 in a white strapless formal, with wide satin ribbons matching their the naUon will bo In Clewlston the Union rake Western VIIIOIIIaI4 tile
teamed up for three touchdown to Chargers __..... .6 6 full skirt, and matching shoes. OQ messages within n,
gowns. The flowers were gift of weekend following Christmas Day message rates were Increased eight are the J\)
;, lead the win over the Chargers by Rebel ..?.?...,..??....,....?.. r, 6 6 Miss Sandra Pace wore a short, the student body and were handed for a nationwide meeting at Air to ten per cent effective November 1ntermw came a those cbal'N
a margin of 19 to The loss spoiled I Tiger MraMraw_>_m... 3 9 white formal featuring aqua ap to each candidate by Cal Balkn- Glades Airport Paul Poppenhager, 1, by an order of the Florida Pub been. app1'QVec1 inUsages. 11I4 t
the Chargers hope. of gaining atI IJa Q
JUNIORS pUQue at the center front, and tine a* she and her escort were of Air Glades president of the lie Utilities Commission\ released There other Ita
least a tie with the Jets AIr the wore JIQ
I edging the neck and sleeves. Tommy obJectons:
Team W 1 L presented to the audience. South Florida Parachute Association today. Increases at the III
J league championship.Greg Miller scored touch Devil __ ., 8 Z Nowling was her escort After coronation the Queen was says his organization will sponsor The order confirmed I decision MaIOQ public IIeat
i '" downs In leading\ the Rebels three to an Comet ..... riiiiiiin.._. 8 I Miss Donna Redish wore a black Mated on the "Queen1 Float" In a three-day meet again inOewiston announced by the Commission at era Jerry W. Carter and CoIIIII1at
,r 18 0 the which Warrior ,._.... .. ...... S 6 chiffon formal, with full skirt and which last year'* queen had rid this year.A I' public bearing in Jacksonville King joined In aDd WlDiur
victory Tigers
I put the Rebels over Into a second place Angel ..,. ..... .... ., 0 11 silver encrusted bodice. She was den, and the retiring queens took similar event was held at the ,October: 25, when Western Union rate Schedule COIItlnnInr !be n
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j tie with the Chargers. =---

II On Monday, Nov. II,the Jets win --
meet the Tigers and the Chargerswill
play the Rebels in the first
Redish Electric
I i round of the play-off The winners Company'sTV
will play Wednesday at 3:13 p.m.
i to decide the playoff champion.
i Losers will play at 4:15: p.m. for
,I'' third place honors.
I Last week's results:
I Nov. 4: Jets 12, Tigers 0; Chargers

$I'' 13. Rebel 0.
Nov. 6: Rebels, Jets 0; Chargers S ALE

25, Tigers 0. STEREO
Nov. 11: Rebels U, Tigers Oi;
Jets 19, Chargers 6.

In the Junior League. the first

I retain place Devils their lead are for fighting the champion hard to I Sale Begins Thursday, Nov. 14 thru Tuesday, Dec. 24

ship. With two games left they

,j must win one'to be assured of.at I As extra bonus will Plaid Stereo and
least a tie for first place. f Jtowever, an we give Stamps on TV only,
the deciding factor: win be she outcome -
I of their game with the
I Comets this week. The Comets
k i must win both of their remaining
I
games to keep their hope alive
\ for a chance at the league championship. MOTOROLA 19" W

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: The payoffs next Tuesday, Nov.
,0't+t 19, will match the Devil against! 148.88 RCA 19" TV
t the Angels at 3:15 p.m., and the _
'
I Comets meet the Warriors at 4:15:
\.r. ""' p.m. The winners win play on jr--:: with trade plus tax OW>t
': Thursday November 21, at 3.15 1TM
I to ,decide the play-off championsand Full Year Guarantee 148891

: third the place losers:: will play at 4:15 for on all tubes Than Any other __ r

hand wired
\ i Last week's results: Completely Kind
; 172 sq. inch a4p with' trade plug tax

: Happy XII
Fringe area reception
Bowling League
France Carlin rolled a 205 game MOTOROLA 23" TV 172 eq. inch
and a 508 ler*. Jackie Byrd was
close behind with! a 486 and her
'"
team was back in first place. This
1* the sixth change In first place 219.95

I honor.and all four teams have held the p'' RCA 23" TVwith

I Jackie Byrd rolled 105 pins over
trade plus tax
her average and is the 5th girl of -
) (" I the league to qualify for a new W. i Mlow'BoyFull ::!
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} ...i"" I. B. C. arm patch awarded to Year Guaranteeon
f4 I "J" each girl! bowling 100 pins over
her average in a sanctioned league all parts and tubes $228.88Completely

j Team Standing I 1 hand wired with trade plus tax
ataealsKCS
Potaahnlck-Badgett: 21 15 ,,
I, i Dan' Dragline _, 18 18 282 sq. inch Swivel Base n tnaaunatraa _E 282 sq. inch

MW Root Beer _..,_._ 17 18 _
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Jackie Byrd r..r..,_......, 612 '. r
r C'' Frances Carlin r. .........? 556
Bobby Swindle .. .... ... 540 .. MOTOROLA
Inex LtnebergerInd. .... rr., 540
Hdcp. Game '
t : Frances Carlin ...? ,.? 221 a
,, Jackie Byrd .... ... ..., 221 s; ,, PORTABLE STEREO 1
Helen KUte _. 192
Mary Evans.M.----. .,...,..., ,.189 .1 r
Ind. Scratch Series Two 6tf" detachable speakers. '
Frances Carlin 508 PORTABLE

is Jackie Byrd -...,...., 486 STEREO
Bebe Watkins ..r... ,-,.,?. 442 $79.95
t Ind. Scratch Game

Trances Carlin __ 205 plug tax $69.95
Jackie Byrd .,-.,.-_. ..r..., 179 "
Helen Klato\ _________ 166 piw Iu :5
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Marketing Is Expected Hawaii Islands, Puerto Individual Rico foreign the Virgin 4)OUDotriel. high are due yields to food and to rowing removal weather earlier, New Archery Film dewlstoo.- --na.Thursday November 14, 1863 Section 'Two---_ I

and foreign countries as agroup this year (when it became clear
world. supplies would be tight) Available To ClubsA Crawley LaGrange, Ga., Mrs.
TO Halt Rise in Sugar Prices -- "global who quota.supply" sugar under a of that all acreage restrictions on do I Daisy Thomas, Washington D. C, I

nettle growers for this and next: color film "Hunting with the and Mrs Laura White. Clewiston,
relation\ !' !Increased plies and therefore on the world At the present time both beet year. Long Bow," has been secured for a host of nieces, nephews, other !
tingi! of sugar from domesticE sugar price which has risen by and cane growers In the continental Without the new measure the a limited time by the Clewiston relatives and friends. His body;
eel during the coming year. about 50 per cent In the past month. United States are harvesting United States would be in the anomalous Archery Cub and is available for was burled in the Washington Me
be recommended: to Congress I Under a11-time record crops, the Secretary position of not being able showing free of charge by any club I d morial Cemetery dewlstoo. Red- i
etery of Agriculture Orvlll the Sugar Act the American said. Beet sugar production Is to fully utiliae domertisslly-pro or group la the area who wishes It 1 dick Funeral Home in charge of ,
man. according to a Wash-.,(I quota sugar system market is divided by a expected to be 20 per cent and the, duced sugar while being forced The 30-mlnut film shows Ben I arrangements !
announcement The aim Is of among various mainland cane 40 per cent above: to bid to .unnecessary degree In Pearson and Howard Hill killing a _
,, groups
suppliers .the domestic last wild wild goats Jack rabbits OBITUARY t
world year's levels which were the the world market for .uu.t relatively boar
beet
Ue pressure on sup. area, the mainland cane area. previous record. The 1963 results high,.prices--thus contributing and alligator gar. Charles Arnold Funeral services for little Jerome
to upward pressures on those who has seen the film says it is Jackson were conducted Tuesday
prices," said Mr Freeman extremely Interesting well photo- afternoon S:1S.: at Friendship Baptist ;'. I
The world price for raw sugar graphed and shows superb archery Church Rev. O. D. Williams '\ "
at the cod of October was $1145, The Archery Club It sponsoringthe pastor He was a native of Clew I ?
per hundred pounds, compared to showing of the film and there iston and spent all of his young i ,
$1 10 a month earlier.. The sudden |s no charge for its use. Arrangements life here. He graduated from the I
: spurt has been attributed primarilyto may be made through Whitfield Kindergarten last term I I
Below Is A reports 'disappointing cropsIn Charles Arnold care U.. S. S. c., and at the time of his tragic death ,
Quiz the U. S. S. R and Poland and Oewiston, was a member of the First Grade i
I to damage to the Cuban harvest by at Harlem Academy A very beautiful ; !
hurricane Flora. Price for raw Citrus Growers and touching: ceremony was ,., )
sugar delivered to the U. S. currently : POLICEWOMAN BETTY ROTH performed In his honor by the I
For 'SmartANSWER is substantially under the Guide Available keepa a watchful eye an the members pf his class and p1a7'I' I
People world price because the U. S. Having problems with. :yourcitrus children at the Elementary mates. It was outlined as follows:

market is Do some degree insulated trees? School cresslng and fs en duty Processional.:
from the world market due to the Whether you have one tree or dorlpg' I the. ispentag sad ejtslag Sele U.QQ-Yout4 Coir.
pan l tmeata that various countries hundreds a book published by the i hours ef .e....... She ls assisted Scripture.Invocation..
have made to supply the U. S. ,Agricultural Experiment Stations In her datles Jly the School ,a- .
market tinder the quota system can help/ solve your problems $ref."-4TF'F PJIPW, Selection t Youth C of r.
this year, the Secretary Said. Entitled "I iorida Guide to Citrus Poem' "Praam pn"- *feUiwBlack. .
Total. consumption estimate for Insects Diaeaaes and Nutritional > .
a 1964 which ii dWided Into the Disorders," the. 000-page/ volume Milk Record Set I Solo, 'How Ovet+ TJW! W- j :
various quotas on a fixed percentage ,Is designed to aid the pootessionslps A Registered Holstein cow owned Clyde, .Blaykman.OblJuaryrPaul. '
bails as specified in the act, welt) as the amateur grower InIdentifying by the University of Florida's. Agricultural V, /ones. !
W M i'$ 5 Ut. fOwpff the various citrus Insects I Experiment Station has Eulogy; --Rev. O. D. Whim/.
: BeeaMasr iWseaal hat sugar diseases aged disorders. I shattered Florida milk and butterfat / Viewing of males, I
I production Jn the continental United Insects and their !damage arecovered I. records |b the official herd testIng RecessionPsHbtr *!- 1 I
State* tRW tty" fpn*<4 crop might fully, Symptoms are given programs of The Holstein-Fries- rs-Bojr osj 'r ocp i
L4f be as much as 500.0(19( tons more for *ah Important disease and BUT lan Association of America. 786, James &lc&ar4son, Ernest I
then' the sums (t>f fee mainland beet ftitipnal: disorder. One-hundred and The national Holstela organization Cobb pacer W *rt, and WHUtm
and faN quotas, 17 colored illustrations assist In reports that Its Melody Pubes H. Lee.
He said thai, by permitting the easy and accurate identification of" established a new high for Junior Flower Girls First grade rinseN
excess to be marketed the Unitedfletei the /disorder toyr..r- ldJ milked two times mates, Claudejtta DJxon LemaWeekley t
would fee *Oed *4 to Deduce For information oo bow you may dally. Pleneva Alien, Marilyn
'MS import rwjwJremenU by some obtain a copy of this book at a Her official SOS-day production Nixon Sylvia Hart, Catherine Ford
$ should be to ease the pressures on Experiment Stations Unlvertilty Ibs. of butterfat That's t,201 gallons dale, Instructor.
StlSp I world' supplies and prices be of Florida Gainesville Fla. of milk I First grade Debra Weekly, Melba -
C ..- added. ------ -- J. Gasuous Debra .Askew, Yer-
4\ .- par t The lglUUon would apply only i i tera Littles, Ann ,Johnson, (Sylvia
to the year .... It will therefore I Harlem NewsEvents Robinson and Rose| Ford, Mrs. L. "
not prejudice the Administration's I Welters instructor. ..9.'
position on certain sections of the I He leaves to mourn his passinga '-

Sugar Act which expire in 1964 the and News Of Our Colored mother, Mrs. Bernlce Hall three ,i
CommunityMRS.
Secretary said. However the extent sisters, four brothers and a host ,;.
to which foreign countries sup- JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor of other relatives and friends. '1'
ply our import requirements next, Phone YU 1-7631 His body was burled in the Washington j
year as needed will have a bearingon Memorial Cemetery Red- J
recommendations for new leglsIstion. CONFERENCE NOTES November Balanced Curricu dick Funeral In charge of arrange
Mathematics Conference DistrictXI. I I lum.November menu .
"Total sugar stocks In the United Florida State"- 'Teachers' Association 14 Community Re- ,. '
States as we enter the new year including' the counties of sources. SPECIAL NOTICE :
0 1-ill will be at an all-time high," be Glades, Indian River Okeechobee: November Financial Support. The Sunday School and A. Y. P. l
said. "This U due to the bumper Hendry Martin Palm Beach and November 16-Goals for Tomorrow U. convention will be held beginning I
and to the fulfillment by St. Luck convened Saturday November '
crops Friday, Nov. 15, and close!
9, 1963, at Lincoln. Park
of both their 1963
foreign suppliers I Sunday Nov. 17, at the Apostolic
country quotas and their global: Academy, Fort Pierce Fla. FIFTH GRADE ACTIVITIES Faith Church of Jesus Fort Lauderdale
quota commitments. In contrast Mrs. M. I. Black Math and Keeping in trend with American Fla. Members and friendsare
1 Science teacher, Harlem Academy, Education Week the fifth grade I
1
/yywg stocks In the* vprld as a whole cordially invited to attend. I
k
with the 6e Wire<.+slew com Chairwoman. presented a program entitled Mrs. Anna Tau Richardson, Re
Theme-"Mathematics to serve ."Great Teachers."
tries ere(much lower than usual. porter.
But production has been expanding the needs of all students to their The setting was a class room
throughout the free world maximum capactiy." scene with: Brady Hart, Jr., chairman
I The P. T. A. will bold is meeting
Objectives: 1. To concentrate on Loworn Nola Dixon, pupil
result of the high ; ;
partly as a Tuesday night, Nov. 19 at the regu I
grouping students homogenously Adolphus Scott, challenger,
prices which have prevailed on the lar hour, 8 p.m. All members are .
.According to their mathematics The other class members were
world market this
:year asked to be present and bring anew
Prior to the reports from Eastern abilities, and !Interests; 2. To develop included in the cast. member with 7OIIMr. Annie -
Europe and Hurricane flora, competency In teaching. the Mr. Willie J, Scott class sponsor Mitchell PresidentCHUKCn jl 1
modern trends of mathematics,
a balance between world production
and consumption was in pros such as the new mathematics. PERSONAL MENTION NEWS .
10.00: Devotion, conducted by Church members and friends of
pect for next year, The adverse New Bethel A. M. E.
weather represents ,a temporary Chaplain. Mrs. Frankla Holmes regret Rev L Holmes, safer
setback but it Is only a }matter of 10:10: -Committee selection. A- very much to hear that she ton.tines Sunday $School :30.: .. Mr. H. j L. I
time until the balance U restored. Time and place. Program Com }111 and at present confinedto McKlre SuptMorning
mittee. Resesrch Committee. D General
The proposed measure limited to Hendry Hospital. We worship 10:59. '
i-Others as needed. send "Get Well Wishes"/ for an .
1964 will help ease price pressuresMinor \
Evening worship, 7 p.m i ,
14 the meanWtit." 10:>>-11:Discussions.. early recovery, Bible Reading Tuesday evening. I....
11:00: -Coke break I
11:Discussion. Visiting Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Choir Rehearsals Wednesdayand .
'YES' OR 'NO' TO THESE QUESTIONS; With Liquor 12.00-AdJourn. Holmes this past Sunday were Mrs. Thursday evenings.You .

Will Be Charged Millie Johnson Mrs. Leona Edwards are always yeloome to worship
with us, in services.
i EIGHTH GRADE OBSERVES our
1. Are you in.ypuj.,home or ofoften! Says Director AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK Eustls and FUr Mr Mrs.Tommle Rule Jones Mae, --_...

ice now! ,. 4. j Are you enjoying today's pa- State Beverage Director Richard : The eighth grade under the sponsorship Campbell and daughter Mrs. Ella JULIA'SBEAUTY '
of Mr. J. L. Morgan and
B. Keating announced today Sweeten .and Mr. J. S. Russell
2. Did you. buy ,this ,paper; At. a pert that be has ordered his entire force Miss A. E. G. Thomas is centering Belle GUde. NOOK 'I' !
newsstand. !" convenience' of Beverage Agents (to begin full- their chapel program on "AmerW For That New Look j
5. Do you like scale arrests throughout Florida of can Education Week.: The pro. VERY SPECIAL! MENTION Ttatteg' BtyHag Cvtttag

3. Do you-""read" this newspaper 6. Do like to save money? minors who are found possessingalcoholic program will be Friday, November The" Coronation Exercises will beheld He Iwetatsaeat. I i
Friday
you aid Saturday
beverages.The 15 at 11:00: a.m. at the Gymnatorlum Monday Hre. I
i action started a program by I The program la outlined as follows night, Nov. IS at 7:30: p.m. Admission JaUa Salee rreprieUr ,I I
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the Beverage Department known : free.
as "Operation! Minor" aimed at. Song, ;Q4 Bless America'VAudlence A The ball will be held at the Recreational j
halting the"Increasing problem of / Center beginning at 9 Hilton'
IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" TO ALL THESE teenage drinking. Keating said. Scripture-Patricia Canty.PrayertElora p.m. Admission for students will be GroceryGroceries

-In ordering violators arrested Slplls. $1.00 and adults 125. The Cyclone : Fresh Meat .
'TODAY Resting declared "The law of the Pledge-Led by Wlnfred Ander Band of Fort Pierce Fla., will VegetablesCold
QUESTIONS, THEN YOU SHOULD CALL State of Florida unequivocally prohibits son.Song furnish the music for the occasion Drinks Essential Items
persons under age 21 from "Go Down Moses"TheEighth We Appreciate Your PatronageMr. .
possessing alcoholic beverages and Grade OBITUARY and Mrs. Thereto
issue of the News ROtea
We'll see to it that you receive every minors are being given ample; JntrodlicUoo-C1ar. Moore. J'uner.lllrv1cea for the late Mr. Proprietors
your favorite at your home or office And because warning that violations on their Presentation of the play "Vaca Chester Askew were conducted 1
,
newspaper cash for part will not be tolerated I tion on the Moon"-Characters, Sunday afternoon Nov. 10, 1963. at
less than if you pay Bobby John L. Lewis Alcle Oree-
subscription rates are "Youths more and more choose ; 2 p.m. at the Church of the FirstBorn
the tine Fair; Chuck Samuel Simmons Bishop A. Suggs, pastor and Harlem Club
each day you'll save money to Ignore the laws of Florida by
paper obtaining alcoholic beverage and ; Mr. John Green father, MU officiating The deceased passed Your Favorite Mixed Drink
chad Qulntyne; Mrs Sarah Green away Tuesday Nov S, 1963 aftera Cocktafls
this qutte frequently has led to
52 ISSUES FOR ONLY $4.00 revocation or suspension of the license mother Joyce Jones. brief Illness. He was a native of Fried Chicken Sandwiches
of beverage .dealers who Vivian Jones Is presiding.The Georgia-but had resided in Clew- Recorded Music Popular Bands
have been charged with selling play "Vacation on theMoon" iston for several years. He was at MY. and Mrs. Will WaDI...
the drink to the youth while the Is a one-act play emphasizing one time employed by the City of rreprleten :
minor has.peen permitted to go that changes nave been madeIn Clewiston. Be leave to mourn his i ,
will the school curriculum to meet passing a mother Mrs. Estelle Askew I ,
but what tree of prosecution .
You what's in today's paper, you the new challenges of the outside I
can see "Regardless of bow they come Clewiston father George Askew LAWN 8MIYICB t., '
find tomorrow and next week and the month afterYou'll ? Into possession of the beverage world. Alabama six brothers Charlie Efficient and Friendly ,
col. these people American Education: Week November Askew, Rev. G. W. Askew, We want Your Business
in the special young are showing a
)) find the same top-notch quality flagrant disregard low our law, and 10-1J" was inaugurated In Bishop Bsrnell Askew and Governor We aim to satisfyAllen' '
find bargains each week 1921 by the National Education Assoclation Askew all of Rome Ga., Artie
urns and features. You'll agent of this Department are now Lawn Service
and The American Legion
and Walter Askew Clewiston lour
and the going to begin taking the violators ;
merchants'advertisements to call public attention to the Importance YTJk mM24S
through local before our criminal\ courts for sisters Missionary Battle Dell Williams t"n
your action El
You'llfInd of education In democracy bert Area Jr.. Preprietar
the classified section. ," Keating warned. a Rome Ga., Mrs. Mozell 4 I
wonder-working ads in and to remind each citizen _
information and entertainment for every member of that good schools toga large degree -

the family in every issue of this newspaper.Place Bail Bonds The ,U.his S. Office personal of Education responsibility.and ELITE !

the National Congress of Parents GROCERY;

Your Subscription ; 24 Hour Service and Teachers became American
Education Week sponsors In 193
and 1931. respectively Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies
McDonald Bookkeeping andi
News The theme for this year la "Edu I
The Clewis ton i I Tax Service cation Strengthens the Nation. Cold Drinks Clewiaton Newt
The dally topics 4
November; 10-Value of Free Other Items .*. 7Forjnformation t'
Phone YU 3-1201 John W. McDonaldImmokalee Men. >

smart if you read this newspaper t Fla. November Learning Opportunities CdU"YU "2-7 ljIncreased ,, :l ?
Naturally: we think you're ,I fur AILNovember -

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; Page Four THE OJCWISTON NEWS dewtoton. Ha. Hunters AdvisedTo might would be replaced by a subtler ter of projects." The aim of this Commander Lt James Walker Anna D. Frano
: H I Thursday, November 14, 1983 Section Two and more complex means of resolving bureau in her words is "to makeit A le Annie Walker, who completedthe Gulf Cout 1v1slon. Ii
differences." Imagine making possible tot children around the CAP communication proficiency : dren's Home CII '1\e
Protect DogsWith a statement of that IOn about world to read the same book in test at this time and Lt ROM licensed, state.5j14 cl l ri4l,
Time To Mail Christmas Parcels hunting season just around a conference where communist their separate countries." 'This Doane information officer. CT. a opy
I I the corner the Florida Agricultural countries were heavily represented she says, "will help them find their The CAP squadron flew Boata.-
Extension Service suggest: two Important ,. international identity tomorrow's code pa 'Q11ut weekend, to assist 1Ir,. France Nveelegbab
j ''I To Our Armed Forces. Overseas safety measures: In describing the work of the world" memben of the KUslmmee Boat Dlv1a1oA now ba. IIIort
I I "" -- - - -- often expensive conference Mrs. Bouldlng de- Note this: :Mrs Boulding not cad. who cam to Clewlitoo on ies 5fheritage Protestant ors
riocs- ; Hunting dogs are .
i I 11I4
between November The term "Armed Forces overseas" .
J The that the Russian children: The made Jet':
Jnve.tmenta-both from the time plored the representation of the proposing Friday Blfbt wa by Lt ready; for
1 and November 20 has been designated include personnel of our and money standpoint When you Soviet Union in U. S. text books. read books that expound the value James Walker, pilot] and Ala Peggy a list 01 adoptive Plactllletll.
I tor mailing of Christina Armed Forces, members of their and prize bird dog take the She said one American text teaches of freedom. She is proposing that McDanfet at observer. StandbyCrw log has been nary parent,
j parcel by Parcel Post to members families, and authorized employees your I : Soviet and ,U. S. children read the for CAP rescue boat were ezha1l !t
field, better be sure be baa a current
\ Armed Force who receive mail Ai a '
of our overseas overseas different result of
books which is a Don Evan and Ale this
same very Set Jimmy dire
( announced local Postmaster through an APO New York, San innoculatlon: against rabies. "In the Soviet Union, a few persons waiting period for n
William Rider this week, with Francisco, California; Seattle It's a good bet he will get close to In the Communist Party not thing. McDanieL eel for adoption b1 fantl1iet a
at least rabid animal duringthe elected by the have most It is deeply tragic that, after the 81tDq
one people
mailing of Airmail Parcel to be Washington; or Fleet Post Office been cut to an
and he will need the of added this more than 40 :years of communist average at
sent before December 10. Greeting New York or San Francisco: Calif; season the power She deceit and tyranny some Americans Babies Wait four months, aDd in Ita
1 for the and PO. % Postmaster Seattle -i protection.And comment: Instances JOllie
cards men women or Navy still refuse to realize that L1: has been
I{ In the Service overseas, Washington.In you should be sure you have "Without information to the contrary ODe month l'ediklld
I should be mailed within the periods addition to the article normally .a good snakebite kit along and (which they are not likelyto every Instance of Soviet "cooperation" For AdoptionIn
I designated for parcels if they I prohibited In the malls, know how to use it Florida has see) American schoolchildren with the West is an effort by The Gulf Coast
the Reds to subvert freedom. The the Bay of Florida the
t i are to have a reasonable expec- matches of all kinds and lighter four main poisonous snakes which grow up believing that the Soviet area ems Hendrjr CountyThZ
I: i tattoo of delivery prior to Christ fluid may not be mailed to overseas are potentially dangerous to hunters people are ruled capriciously by a whole massive record of communist adoption situation hat been reversed couples who wish to build
'
'' and dogs-the cottonmouth activity proves that any joint with, babies now waiting through adoption
l' lII.i military addresses. Cigarettes few power-mad men. One wonders to write
other tobacco products, cof- moccasin, diamondback rattler I how Mrs. Bouldlng explains book project with the Russians for placement Instead of prospective The Children', Home w
J fee and various other items are ground rattler and coral snake. Be away the examples of Dictator would end up as an attempt to adoptive parents waiting ,for Florida 2554 22nd Aye
i Crack Down Coming prohibited in parcel addressedto sure you have a kit and know how Stalin and Khrushchev, the bloody II brainwash U. S. school children. babies.. i St. Petersburg. for further
some military post offices. I to use It-just in case. purge and rocket-rattling. I The statement was made by Mrs. matlom
On Citrus Thieves
Particularly! interesting her account :CAP NEWS
''j of something called the Liaison Three member of the local
Sheriff Dyer today assigned New Light UnescoTime
t on CAP visited VII
Deputies Chief S. J. Howard sod! Tri-County Group Bureau which she said "Is undertaking squadron Group .
E. Sermon Dyess to work with the and again when concerned the organization of national headquarters in Naples] last Sunday ,The Demand
I '' I, Florida Citrus Mutual in an all-out Plans for Outdoor Amerlcana have voiced doubt as to' commissions on children's on official CAP business
books until such time as UNESCOwill Those making the trip were Communications
1 'i; drive against citrus: stealing in the propriety of UNESCO and associated
be able to add this to its ros Officer and ActingJFbr For Stocker
Hendry county. They will serve a* organizations they: have
;: fruit protection specialists in Hew Recreation NeedsS. been dubbed alarmists who have Cattle Is
County with F. Leslie Bessenger not ]looked at the facts. "There's Heavy
: director of Mutual's Fruit 'Protection C. Fry, of Ctewiston r-was nothing in UNESCO'* activities," ,
Division in addition to regular named chairman of the LeeGlaflesHendry says its U. S. apologists, "about 4' "JI "J = : =[.J"-I" Si. . .
{ I duties. Trl County Recreational which good citizen need be Buy Only The
"While their primary concern: Development Committee. at a meeting troubled."
I J will be Hendry County they will held in dewlston yesterdaywith Well, these apologists, if they are servlc& Cattle You Want
( also aid Mutual in setting up' and R. R. (Jack) Homer vice sincere in their complacency, ,
; operating a central intelligence: bu chairman of Central and Southern should take a look at an article, ''bul'letin
i
'I reau to curtail fruit thefts through Florida Flood Control District "The Cold War in the Classroom"

} j J out Florida' 31 .citrusproducingcounties. : board 'presiding.Selected published in the June 1963 issue of
j ,i i to serve with Fry as War/Peace. Report This slick magazine -
I ,' "Fruit stealing in Florida has chairman, were Richard Griffin, published in the United -Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P.>> M
r become an inter-county operation. of Moore Haven; and Irby Black of States, provides a forum for the
I Citrus may be stolen in other coun. Fort Myers as co-chairmen. Both dlsarmers and so-called peace .
ties and brought here for sale. To men are on the county recreation workers. The author of this articlein
I do a thorough job against fruit committees. Other members of the Question is Mrs. Elsie Bouldlng, LIVESTOCK
GLADES MARKET
..; thieves it is necessary to work in Tri-County Committee are GrattonH. a research associate at the Center ASSIt
f: conjunction with sheriffs throughout George and Ptetro M. Llbar- for Research on Conflict Resolu
r the citrus belt and with Mutual done of Hendry county; Howard,S. tion.

;." t to apprehend thieves and to deter Banta and Kenneth Daniels of Lee Mr*. B ulcl1Dl'* thesis is that Phone WY 8-3028 Belle Glib, rh' ,
.j j fruit thievery." county and Lawrence N. Journlgan American children have long been

; .I Robert W. Rutledge, executive and William H. Peeples of Glades taught a stereotype of ,the -
vice president of Mutual recentlyf' county. I' my." She tells bow some teachersare tss,
established the Mutual Fruit Protection Horner called the meeting of the seeking ways and means to
Division and named Be.rJ .- I county outdoor recreation committees present a radically different view
senger to head it. Bessenger resigned in the three/ counties to review of America's cold war enemy. Her COMPLETE
,' as sheriff of Pasco County I a proposed plan of the Corpsof hymn of praise is for UNESCO end
& where he bad held the office for Engineers for recreation: facilities its programs. The reason Mrs.
.1 more than 23 years, to join Mutual. along ,the Caloosahatchee River Bouldlng likes UNESCO 1* she believe -
?* "We estimate fruit stealing 1 11 where extensive work la now it will help get rid of the PRINTING
) W ;,' costing Florida citrus grower in being done. The aim Is to develop, stereotypes of which she disapproves -
"
; ..1 excess of $1 million annually," on the suggestion and with approval "A few beginning effort
,/ ,. Rutledge said. "These losses would of the counties and cities 'along have been made," she wrote "to
doubtless be as much as double the route a long-range plan for developing give students a more universal SERVICE
I I without the theft prevention work adequate outdoor recre-: view of the world. This was one of(
I I of the sheriffs in the affected areas. tion facilities On the river The the hopes of UNESCO at its foundIng '
We believe Sheriff Bessenger with fCD is holding similar meetings In 1950." "Serving Hendry and Glades Counties"

; his long experience as a peace om.I"J' in other areas. Highly revealing i* Mrs. Bould- '
cer will be able to aid immediate- The plan which the group meetIng ng's account of a "World Forumof
: 17 in the determined. drive against yesteday approved with minor Women" held in Brussels, Bel- the cowman. PROFESSIONAL
I :' fruit stealing." change recommendations has the glum, last November to discuss
J Bessenger, a former president of allowing suggestions: 'The Education of Children and A REWARDING MOMENT! I
the Florida Sheriffs Association and Lake Hlcpochee-picnic area, Youth in the Spirit of Friendship PRESSWORK W
:' i a director of the Sheriffs Boy mat ramp, access road. and Understanding Among Peo At last the rewarding moment baa arrived for the

Ranch, said Sheriff Dyeis lOW LaBelle Park-TO acre park with plea." Nice, sounding isn't it? cowman. the care given the mother cow baa ..
done a tremendous job of citrus swimming area, picnic ground, Ninety women were present, including paid offlFrom ] PRACTICAL
I protection: Hendry County." boat ramp. (Note: The Corp of representatives from the
"His continued fine work and cooperation Engineers suggested a site 1V4 Soviet Union Yugoslavia,, Hungary now until calving time is a critical period for
will be of great value In miles west of LaBelle and on suggestion Bulgaria Romania, and other the cow. She is not only maintaining her own body, PRICES. .
the coordinated efforts to curtail of Ken Curtis of LaBelle Iron Curtain countries. "This but building the unborn calf, too. iii
theft throughout the state, especially a i request win be made to change was a conference of educators,"
4 ] this year when fruit is the site to the eastern city limit she said, "concerned with the prac- Result on range are harder to measure than !in the
scarce and values up" Bessenger: of LaBeCe where a sandy beach ical aspects of preparing children: feedlot-but just. important In the feedlot daily No job
i salt 'will be available. to live in a world in which armed gains can be weighed-cost of gain determined too large or '

of' Purina Dealers have demonstrated !.
Purjna's, superiority small .
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I' f t f .. now until calving time feed Purina youTl find
;'; ._.. _-?,. : ..M? Question -M f II 'O'f.lJ". u ia Jut:1: Range Checkers ns ready, willing and

I'' I P'4tJTJt. : :'fJ'' '; :"., Don't be misled by "chin music" and cheap prices, able to fill them!

:: : I.)fOO f 1 Y'l'' l"! -rC4n:; ;: Pontiacs possibly keep on w the Get'PurlneBange Checkerboard Sign Checkers.'. prove now to at yourself our store Purina with Give via call for free estimates; !

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