The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I'I' nti)4r The Clewiston News Iwiston News, i

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Cement, of fiend ry County and America't Sweetest Town"I

"Dedicated to the advancement of n tr"I.,,, County, and America's Sweetest' Town" ) 15, U84 Return Postage' Guaranteed Sec. '41.', P.M. Subscription 14.00 year E
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57 JTOMBEB 42 OEWISTONtnX3RIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 9, 1964 Return Postage Guaranty Sec. "5.1. Pit Subscription $4.00 year '

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I Felda- oil- I well- flows arm worker killed Friday' J .

HClldry County riod something like 100 million s wheel d dle

iJl-Probabl'I oil of In the Sun lots Oil of lt.yk Com.iDJCloJtd years The oU ago.coming out of the new Red Cattle No. 2 flows at 111 barrels a day rate. 5 tractor flips over !

well was described as 245 -
at a press coose I
Fort Myers today gravity crude oil on a 20/64 Earl Young 38, ofpn Funeral Chapel with Rev. Vie Young, Blountstown; two brothers ,' ;
7 ill reservoir of inch choke. The tubing pressure W'r was killed about noon Turner, pastor of Hi Haven Bap. J. J. Young and C. W. ,\ I
bounteous has been en- was 3u pounds and the casing I I as the tractor he was tilt Church, officiating! Interment Young of Altha and Marianna, '
tack gold than two miles pressure 340 pounds. flipped over, killing him was at Ridgelawn Ceme- Flat i and four sisters, Airs. ":;::11'cd
Kurt more ...< next wed will be the Col. : : I
of the earth. James Bodlford. Altha Mrs. W. ,
,II \the depths has stirred lier Corporation No 1 and it Is r rtw had[ been'employed byman tery.He is survived by his wife, U Hallm n. Altha, Mrs John i i'

\KtMt that the part ofyten located erne mile south and Sod Company for Barbara; a son Charles, Tarn- Hallman, Pierson and Mrs. )"
I oa It Is thre uartera of a mile east of hIt week according to Sher- pa; his mother, Mrs. Millie Herman Bailey, Blountitown. I
In the area.the bols- Red Cattle 2. The well U In DYes.: who Investigated .1... I
sat I could mean Collier county. lent The sod farm was '
of the en- !
t;Abe\ economy The Sun Oil company has ,I about i 18 miles! south .
rcDnhldt drilled 34 test wells in Floridaso It ''iston on the Blumberg I
well, which Is to lar and Joined with other Dyess was assisted by rrfr '"
.jtftcted to further testing. companies In 38 otters The Sheriff Leslie Carlton I I !
'!.jtml at the rate of 111 overall result was .72 dry holes ding to Sheriff Dyess,
j it day at I o'clock this Cattle No. 1 was the first In this was working with Billy

an: butmeasures l it was taken area the others having been y, and was mowing the
might be drilled In the Panhandle< of H- I. In the operation grass
.anii this flow Florida and the Ocala area. igs are blown into a

!,r Hill of Dallas, Texas, Prior to the Felda operationSun Yyy following the mower and *: I

..,If 01 Sun Oils southwest- Oil spent a total of $10,392- T4k en to the end of the field 1
induction; division, said theM Sit on oil exploration in this (hey are dumped. Young .N .. ,.
,; tai' so encouraged by state and of. this sum 17,447,410 (tempting to use the
rrformanw of the Felda went to land owners for leases I tractor" to pull the
i tit t H would go ahead im- Following the early indica- fogs from the wagon r.
:step with a drilling proi tons: of success at Felda the Us foot apparently slipt -

i develop the new field company began a program of of the clutch, causing I
i will be named the "Sun.Pltld. buying up leases in that area ictor to flip over back- I
." with the result that the company xVr pinning Young beneath
,lid l he expected to have now has oil rights to a total 1 is said '; !

nil one rig In the area fort of 108,516 acres, costing rm worker had been a
drilling by Oct. IS. sm,2113. "of dewliton for about J 4

ii company s official state- Crude oil such as that coming I months, coming here i l
i as the well, cloaked in to the surface at Felda 1s mpa.. He was a navy THIS FARM TBACTOK 'FLIPPED OVER, and cert the DIe s :.

a of guarded optimism, new selling at $254 a barrel of George Earl ,Yeug, la a tragic accident near Clewl ton : I
i 'The apparently success- and the cost of producing It is al services were held Friday afternoon. BTAFF PHOTO
lid Cattle No 2 at Felda 1.52 a barreL If a pump has tow .....arYnY.Y-+ e r. afternoon, at Fattlson :Q--11 I

!lipid to be the discovery used to procure it the cost .;.... I
fcr the state's second oil would rise another 10 cents a BENNY FRANKS petroleum engineer for Sua aeada,. Thursday,, with the Insertion ef Diesel ';'
I barrel. The oil -will be trucked Oil Company, watches the first trickle ef water fuel into the ahaf.; ell began to flow at the rote ideas for
j company representative from the area. now from Red Cattle Ne. S well at Felts Wed111 barrrels per day. Staff Photo m presents city hall j" I .

ite Felda well encountered Tests will continue at the Fel .
I led of clean oil on a drill da site for 14 days and the com- Red Cattle Corp.is states of South Carolina, Georgia Illness detains & ''J. v'
promises dally reports on Florida and a portion of presentatlves of an arial Action on the bids is expectedto service. ,
i \kit, with no water.
firm were present be taken at the regular meetIng Fred likes
Alabama. city clerk, was ,
In contrast to Red progress
\\a m Sunoco geologistD.
family groupA Commission meeting : of the commission on Oct; authorized to have old city records '.
0,50,1 I, drilled a mile and
night to hold a pro '26,- at which dose" the Gee and
Red Cattle Company, Inc., microfilmed so that sets I
carter northwest of the Feltt FELDA WELL IS W Munroe, district geologist 'I
which encountered Sunnlland gets which owns some 14000 acres under discussion with the Jenson report will. have been could be stored .la different -.. aplans. j I
for Sun Company,
under lease to Sun OU Company, loners on a design for received. It was pointed out that i' '
4 I UN feet of oil but also another well]] whose supervision the preliminary
I let! of salt water on aIsemteit is a family corporation. Dim IN A NEW FIELD for drilling in the sed new city halt ,The matter of granting .a. the city might be under a handleap .i) ,
Larco Drilling Company, of lx. Henry and John Par- franchise to firm ; \ I
This did not loa Roberts, the oldest of the nine made, seeking to / aboW4.th'reeordI'.a1'J'
Hendry county area were
at Mississippi, which drilled the Roberts brothers and sisters, is Importance is attached to the in ithe firm l. ol Anderson, construct. :'Operate'< a eontr able now destroyed by fire'' : ''iOI
commercial well the
ii Sunoco Red Cattle No. 2 well president. It was he who participated successful drilling of the Feldaoil was unable to participate of the well lenry, Johnson and Par. munlty antenna TV'.y.tem in or through some other cause. :

V time.relda well has' been brought in another well at Sun- in the opening tot testing well for two reasons Not and final its development testing. Petersburg and Coca .the city was taken under advisement. Now "it la""City Manager C- u' "
of ntland on the day tasting was Wednesday of Sunoco Red only does it mark Sunoco's entrance were,asked to cometh A representative of 1'. Blair", the "Interim" having
# la at a > cost
started the Felda well The into the oil picture in Mr. Munroe is confined to a preliminary sketches the firm of
U !hut far, this amount on Cattle No. 2 at Felda. Burnup and Sims, been dropped by edict of the "
Florida but the Felda field appears Tallahassee hospital where he meantime they plan to 'I
Mil both lease and drill- Sunnlland well like all othersin The Roberts family dates back InC! laid hjj tomppsy't'systemwould commission. Blair had been Interim .
the Sunalland field, is owned to be an entirely new oilfield recently underwent major surgery ivldual discussions\ .wJtt
ark At present prices itJUtt to 1S48 in the area. Roberts said result in better reception. City Manager since June
011 separate from the Sunni for a malignancy. He was loners and inter-
Humble Company. other
by '
I 100 barrels of oil a he is a "several generations na A set fee is charged for the of 1963. -
Larco is expected to bring its land field in Collier county soon to retire from the company sties la order to se- I '
at kw tive". He born In Hardee
f years to cover was \
which is the producingarea became ill. ,
now only when he
drilling crew back to Hendry much guidance as poe
lojendlturetapli county, where his father, grandfather
ten talking of a new county' to start Collier No.. and great grandfather in FloridaA Mr. Munroe has been keenly I meeting the city's de- Felda oil well ; t
| praperlty la Hendry 1 well for Sunoco shortly. Location lived. new well was brought in at Interested in the Hendry county to show high
4 swild the opening of the of the well has already been Sunnlland this week, the 22nd to activity and was keenly disappointed announced at t the meet- I
Held meet expectations. chosen; it Is near the No. 2 well. be drilled In that field althoughnot not to be able to be on the city has received :

w fen visions of sitting ont Lehigh Acres quite all of the 22 are producing the site personaly when the bids bit the-contract promise as new drilling, is planned .w I
tt porch taking it easy Sunniland ships weill.However well was tested this week. ending the city's sewer ;
fc oil royalties poured in. gets Sun officeSun lie low bid was from the OU! continues to flow out of a recorded last Friday :ri
> at cattle, their bovine oil by freightersAll the sprit of optimism Fire Inventory valuableNo Construction Company pipe at Felda In Headry County; first tests when the .
latent on the sweet crude oil from the Sunni Oil Company, recognizingthe which has pervaded the Id Ill.t23 with 60 days 'and, ''on that slender stream is a healthy were announced. This ', t .
a, teemed to be unaffect- land field is presently being potential of the area adjacent area since the Felda well was one expects fire to destroy lete the work. The other rests the high hopes of the Sun the sign officials of ,:
to sews, transported by tank trucks to to Its Felda well as a big capped, stems from the belief their home, but it sometimes for 114.470 from the Oil Company which may havea Because company said./ J :;0'
ail was encountered by Port Everglades in Broward producer, decided to move its that this is a better producing happens. )Bros. Construction Como liquid bonanza.. the of the consistency of :it :
1 veldt offices from Tallahassee field than Sunnlland. Time and homeowners 11th 100 days to complete wellrperk rather than"r
drill at 11472 feet County. From there it is pump district After a fire: few The well has been averaging 'dally reports win Ie'r" ('
''HI reaching into the black ed into tanker freighters and and selected Lehigh Acresas tests will determine whether can remember every item they i. Both are West Palms about 100 barrels a day withoutCdtside sued from the now be .q
tit was formed in the in New the new location: The move this is true. owned and they may lose money s. stimulation company's Le .
to .
shipped a refinery and the last high Acres office.
ereUceous geotoglcal pea Jersey was made two weeks ago Sun Oil has drilled exploratory by not properly reporting ds were referred to Uenson. .' 'tests,' made on Tuesday morning ., Meanwhile the oil fever continued .\av'
Walter Vernon, assistant ciao wells In Florida before, their loss. Try listing all your consulting engt- / showed that the tubing to spread Hen- ,

THE CLEWISTON NEWS trict geologist, is presently In but the company la new In this possessions sometime and it ho designed the sewer pressure was up to M pounds, dry County and nearby across areas.
charge of this office. The area. The first well drilled will be obvious that an accurate: and plant for the city., : five: pounds over the pressure (Continued pa Page S)

m Mideg every Thursday at lOt Central Avenue, dewlston, Vernons, consisting of the Sunoco Red Cattle No. 1 was Inventory is next to impossibleif ., \j ,
"" Vile dewlston News, lac., a Florida Corporation. parents and two school age capped and the drilling rig made from memory. r I
sons, moved from Shreveport moved to the location of No. J.en.the
R'' NATIONAL EOITOIIAIOr La. to Lehlgb Acres at the time one tested this week. Waffle toast :
N the office was established. ?r, hold luncheon.;
+ IASSg1 611 Mrs. Bonnie Gregory, district During the past few decades Remove crust from a day-old '"
1011 \ drilled at thick-sliced bread and
been spread
moved with test wells have '.
.. office secretary '" ,
I I11I4 the office from Tallahassee to many locations: Florida, from both aides with softened butter.. 1 'at head table at the and BIB Miner. RecolDbtd aI : '
Or* Subscription 4.00 the Panhandle to the southern Bake in waffle !iron until golden were W. D. Roberts HeAdry county chairman organizing the Lab area cam. S. ,
Rate per year Lehigh Acres.: of the mltttel
was Pawley aDd
(Return Postage Guaranteed) The district comprises the tip, and in the Gulf waters off brown. Sprinkle: with cinnamon aa, Lewis-: J'rieDd. 'Repub11can Party was R. E. for their great assistance In the ; I !
Ott shore. and sugar. &y, S. 1. Crochet Burchard of La e1le. .l
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher 4 .b, R. L R.conJalocal club Mr aDd Sirs, Rays ;
.S. a,. STALLS Managing Editor $Pr. Patteo, W fcc U.. great a..btenee II mood Christian.rE'Atf .

b oeoate 2sc ei only to -the' Mure of America, 1. I

,the actual expense of the but to the7 future of the' free II
'''world. la his talk he pointed Out
i I
many instances In which he said

Communists had Infiltrated the,.. II
Jour children U.s. government agencies. He

discussed 'the Cuban situation !
:lraE c safety and said that In''WO. while he "i e

: : .was ambassador in Brazil, a revolution //r r rMy
t broke.. out in, Bogota ,
and Castro, who was there, said
This is 1 Communist Revolu t

tIon". Pawley, said he has d I IY
ELP known since that time that Castro
was a Communist; and he

YOUR warned President Eisenhower ,
of the danger Pawler said the
,United States turned Cuba over
to Castro in a revolution whichbe
,I. i i k' (Castro) could not have won.

He said Coldwater's Intention
Is not to get us la war but Paw
ley hold There are missiles in

Cuba today and we are In as ,,
4ePAULO" tl t Ifir much danger as ever. .In our
Goldwater girls, who solicited
memberships In the Barry Gold-
of water Victory dub knowing the I
Clewistonfdf0 speech included Mrs. Robert
Pat Baker, Barbara Shape. LeaUe Cartatlaa Kelly, Mrs. JOKE LEADING MEHBEU or CITIZENS
right Joyce Puller Mrs.
GOLDWATEft CIMLS PROVIDED A PLEASING FaJ- rawley, State ChalnDaa ef Q&J.Q feeGold..
Sanford Jeyee
1M Owes Hart. Marjorie Louise Christie,' Mrs. Marjorie Pot OOLD""TEa group Ire sees a& par .head water
at the | C Pi
T Raymond
ADDITION TO THE BCE I lee cad Lililaa W" Sanford Mrs. Gwen Bare, and table of the. Ge..ter.. Rally Thardar. Len te E Ckrlauaa sad Jebm
neat a plate .hsMheea. staged by the CU\Ie1IIlor\rllbY. Left to -sTAb7 TBoTO, Mat Pat Baker of CUwUtoa. right Roger Weeks. Steen B...*.W. D. ((11m) ..Bey'
water Cemntttoe at the In" 'l'la -CTAFF PHOTO

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VOLUME 37 NUMBER U CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1984 Return postage Guaranteed, Sec. 315.3, P M. Subscription $4.00 year ,
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what is right America' suggests Farm worker killed Friday 4'1 1as

t1 W Paul Rogers at chamber dinner meet

Congressman. Paul O. Roger his yean In Congress was paidto
kI addressed the annual Chamberof the sugar can Industry' In s1 s1George !
Commerce dinner meeting in Florida and to those who represented wheel tractor flips over I
dewiston Thursday evening, and it In the conference in
urged his hearer to remember Washington Representative Code -
"What's -Right with America". ?. chairman\ of the House tM
"Let' not become so criticalof Agriculture: ,Committee, complimented Earl Young 30. of Funeral Chapel with Rev. Vie Young, Blountstown; two broth .i Ltl
ourselves and America that the handling of the dewiston wit killed about noon Turner, pastor of Hi Haven Baptist era, I, J. Young and C. W. .,
we can't ace what is right", be Florida CIne Industry' cause, Friday at the tractor be was Church, officiating, Interment Young of Altha and M.rilDD.,1':,
said as he recalled the""Acre and said the' Industry M the driving flipped over, killing him was at Rldgelawn Cemetery. Fla.t and four sister, Mr. .;> I
I. Tlltre goes the baU,.,. of and en out *f after a short gala arennd left end against. NiplesOewlstoa of Diamonds" story of the man most helpful and cooperative in Instantly; James Bodlford. Altha. Mrs. W.
retain ..."...... Tiger Friday night who went into far countries to all dealings and that It would Young had been employed by He Is survived by hi* wife, L. Hallmaa. Altha, Mr. John q/i "
a. Mutt! Morrell fumbled. the ball -STAFF PHOTO seek more wealth, when the 'not be forgotten. the Altaian Sod Company for Barbara; a lOa Charles Tam Hallman, Plerson and Mr. '
let man who bought the place he Rogers predicted: that the plc- about a week, according to Sheriff pa; his mother, Mrs. Millie Herman Bailey Blountstown. '\ :

left behind found one of the largest tore may not be a* gloomy a* Earl Dyess, who investigatedthe ___ __ _____. _.___ ..
elldi.locates shoulder'. diamond field In the .world now' appears, since Congress accident The lOcI farm was 1
right In his own back yard. win recognize the urgency and located about 18 miles aouth '

Roger paid tribute to H. T. Win certainly handle the sugar of dewiston on the Blumberg 1r:
Tigers edge keyed Naples Vaughn, Sr. vice-president: problem ai soon as It reconvenes : Grade. Dyeti war assisted by
the State Chamber of Coma Deputy Sheriff Leslie Carlton
merce, and president of U.s. In his only other reference to According: to Sheriff Dyeai,
Sugar Corporation, who has national or international attain, Young was working with Billy ,
19-7 travel to Belle GladeLoewlitonTigeri spent much time in Washington Rogers pointed out that the position Joe Gray, and was mowing the i .
; recently: \ as one of the representatives of the U.S. In connection lOCI field. In the operation grass ,
of the Florida sugar with the Cuban problem has trimmings are blown into a "'
] conUnidr Player' *f week Industry Improved greatly\ In the past wagon following the mower and ,.j
?1 streak FrtLest A short Urn are taken to the end of the Held k ,,11
winning Rogers said one of the finest several months. I .
on Cane Field In an compliments he had beard In .{Continued on Page 5)) Where they are dumped. Young : !
tlvt manner over a was attempting toI..* the I i
aged Naples eleven 1477pplee Public "wheel tractor" to pull the !
trimmings from
ems. to dewiston the wagon .
loss record form 1 rzp when his foot apparently slipped t
I pew off of the clutch,
and played causingthe
forum tractor to flip over back. '
of the
Inspired game
boost wards pinning beneath !
visiting Eagles held Young j
TU ,
It, Dyaa said.
to a
1411 favored Tigers 1
and It The farm worker had been a
,? first quarter (This newspaper Invites brief, resident of ClewUton for about
second quarter J"
the :
hula pertinent statements from any three month, .coming her
i !the Tigers! put interested voter expressing his from Tampa He was a navy THIS FARM TRACTOR FLIPPED OVER and eeat the Uf
highlighted! by
1 drive
off tackle by Ati reason hi support of the national veteran. el George Earl! Yrang, .la a tragic accident near Clewbton
ud burst Bowden or state candidates. The Funeral service were held Friday afternoon. STAFF PHOTO ; !
XomtL Henry
i the two tot same views will not be repeat Sunday afternoon, at Pattlson L;. I
rf ft over from
ed. but the first received: win
the wore <1-0.> Bowden'li $ :

i take shrrefl failed tile Injured Tigers fin All be Why published must I be am brief.a*voting space) permit / Firm presents ideas for city hall 1 f i I I ITwo I

-fII trlve! AI Morrell '
'for Lyndon Johnson representative of the bid II 1 expectedto service. 'r
_. d his right shoolI an architectural Action on
I .... leading la1&er"& ;. By MRS MAYOR E. ACTRET : : firm were present b taken at the regular meeting Fred Slkes, city clerk was
fir brother Mandy, AlI Smrtty PcJhW,wfc picked by 'Maybe I am closer to the military \ at the City Commission meeting of the 'commission on Oct: authorized to have old city records .
a lot of because CONGRESSMAN PAUL aool:",. left, acknowledge iatrdncttoai *- to hold '28 which Am the Gee and microfilmed
IIIIt II elllecI to be.. last the Clewiston coaching staff as than a people on ,Monday night a preliminary at so that sets'could
I ft*. Ar approximately the player of the week for his my husband i II a career by H. T. 'Vaughn ST. aUreeUr. *t lilt FlerUa State : discussion with the Jenson report will have ben be stored .in different
lam i tki.I outstanding game of offensive man and retires in lour years. Chamber *f Ommere: at tk* aaaul dtaaer meeting *f the commissioners on a design for received.The places. It war pointed out that
blocking and defensive line Have you ever stopped to think ClewUtea' chamber Wednesday evening. President.Mar* .L.. the proposed new city hall. matter of granting .a the city might be Under a hand-,
I Mn punched out his see backing and pass d e leD s e. who defend our country". It U Bath. **, right Join .to tile warn. epplausi; whlcm I ......* "_ Allen K. Henry and John Par- franchise to firm seeking to r leap hould..the*,record* 'avail- j
atkKUnra of the evening! in ;" rsmtttgriwai/py"far:: { .., best true tyerjroo. ,; hai .a .special. Ibe'C.etresassa' WAFT PHOTO, rilla,of. the tUnvof Anderson construct ':'ag'ente a eonfimunity able now be ltd period bulling Jail way' '* -round player oa the, field part Brunt, Henry, Johnson and Par antenna TV system In or through .torn. other caus <
bath( ,12-jrard line. Bow Friday, night coach fiundy .A president who would fail to rUh, of St. Petersburg and Cocoa the city was taken under advisement Now "it I* "City, Manager C. H f
lilt used the third and bal said., give fun and dedicated supportto Beach, were? asked to com A representative of F. Blair", the "interim" having *

Tn laW Ia the final Other coming In for prala our military, personnel, our Benson beads Chamber back with preliminary' sketches.In the firm of Burnup and Sims, been dropped by 'edict of the '
ud kicked the extra Included ends Pat Baldre and country will fill. the meantime they plan to 11Ic:!. laid bit nmpiny'l; ", Wtem commission. Blair had been In i Jt
i putting the Tiger out of Jimmy; Dana; Doug Rudd for I am proud to cast my vote hold individual dl'M,19IIf .wiW) would result la better reception. terlm City Manager sine June T .
k d( tt* Eagles who also his offensive-defensive play; for Mr. Johnson because: in my 'Carroll Benson was elected H. Lanier, who explored the consequences commissioners and other interested A let fee 1* charged for the of 163. t'r
d a DM final quarter. heart I know he wouldn't push parties In order to Y
Henry Bowden and Mandy Mor president of the dewiston of business being secure
glte.. AlUrtoi\ injury the fen for their usual food games. the panic-button for selfish ado Chamber of Commerce: by acclamation drawn away from ClewUton and a* much guidance a* possible .

I Eagle aamp1eteiTau. ,Bowden scored aU .three touchdown : ration. It takes togetherness to at a luncheon meeting other cities along US. 17 it wa la meeting the city's desires. Felda oil well .
lit "downcast Tiger *, mate a total of six in defend our proud and grand on Tuesday while three other decided that the dewiston continues to show high
I hit In the final period. the last two game Mandy Mor' officer received unanimous chamber would appropriatewhat It wag announced at the meet I
Cuter Bryan had cUd .- rell continued to excel in the vote. of approvaland. Stella 1* expected to amount to hag that the city has received

fail Naples! fustier drive to,,bring early the In quarterback position, showing aIIII I 'Pickle was again named secretary. about 11,000 a year to erect: and only two bid od the oontr.tt promise as new drilling is planned a ;: I
"senior" poise a* the ball wa maintain a alga at the Oha- for extending\ the days sewer
|!nithia striking rln.13-. '. centered over his head, scoopIng Elected: first vice presidentwas humpka intersection of the! turnpike lines. Th* ]low bid was from the Oil continue to flow out of a recorded last Friday when the, I
It Inks again mounted a: it up, booting It on the run Robert Kelley, second vie telling of.the attractions: Murphy Construction: Company ,pip at Feld. In Hendry County first tests were announced: This f i't I
Mowing the kickoff and and having it roll dead on the Temperatures and rainfall for president' O. R. Berner and of this area.Lanler which bid $11,823 'with 60 day ,.ncI-on that lender stream 1* a healthy sign, officials of 4 i
< flu Tigers, making Eagle: I yard line. the past week: treasurer Abner Vann. The met 'with Dick Pope of to complete the work. The other rests the high hope of the Sun .the company said. t"f''I !
i iwd.MNMiiv first. downs on Coach Bundy has tagged Rodney tUghaadUwUuporatorra outgoing president 1 II Moy L. Cypress Garden who ha* leased ,bid was for $14470 from the' Oil Company ,which may bar Because of the consistency; of fit.: I
.. lit Eon rgdasedkon to"tint Booker to fill Alberto' halfback Rainfall Bishop land la the Intersection: area deary Bros Construction Company a liquid bonanza. the wUperlpdlc rather than
a The effect on business along and la making& available to with 100 day to completethe The well has ,
down slot for Friday DlIhLiT4T1mn Oct: .7 7M5 0 been averaging daily report win now "b-* 1*. I
I pall, got only Oat: 8 11-61 US, IT as a result of the construction cities and other interested par 'work. Both are West Palm about 100 barrel a day 'without sued from the company's; L** ,
Jimmy track at the line and 4 Oct: .I M4 > of Sunshine State Parkway ties who want to erect signs. Beach firm outside stimulation and the last high Acres office.Meanwhfl : .
II Dana made one ofT C N Oct 10 78-70 and the policies of the One town along Route 27, Th bids were referred to flee test; mad on Tuesday mornIng -, the oil fever continued 1'11I
tattles the of the game by Heat. 0..... 101 IS 171 IIN. Oct: 11 82-71 a Turnpike Authority cam In for Lanier said, had recorded I a and Jensen consulting engineer showed that the tubing to spread across Hen-
Naples Tart. Riuhlar' .. '
quarteriBurdbxi ',1".51, considerable discussion drop la traffic of 7J per. cent who de.lped.be sewer to SS
its PUMa (-11 atPUM Oct: J J. 8175 pressure was up pounds dry County and nearby areas. :
tor a quick, The TD lot-'no'ftIIrt4 '' li.bi..I.s.t* Jat.rc..,'" By 1 I'1 Oct: 13 82-74 "11, 0 A* a result of a report by W. (Continued on Pace 5)) system and plant for the city.: five pound over the pressure (Continued /DO/ Page I) 'U

lfti Naples punt and put '
sue 011 ic, 19-7 a* the

|*Pen ni iquad ut bus Area citizens for.' Goldwater hold luncheon. I

It BelIe Glade a'tluna'. for Goldwater Committee nouncement was made of the was ".000. publican la 1151. Pawley was Introduced Seated 'at head table at the and Bill Miller. Recognized a* organizing the Lake area com 'I I

IrV ( in the Lake Okeechobe total amount raised, but 'Baf Speaker at the luncheon wa tai" S. C. Fry of Clew' luncheon were W. D. Robert, Hendry county: chairman of the mlttee wee Gene Pawley. and
a 74e quad bus wm ..ccomfootb.U area held* a successful $100 moDel Christian, local: treasurer" W. D. (Bfll) Pawley, state '
Seam to very: tor Goldwater Chairman lean who 1* actively campaigning John B S.
and ; Boy, L. Crochet
attended, Burchard of LaBelle. Recognla- local
150 club
Clad, a plate luncheon at the dewis' said persons Mr. and Mr, Raymond :
"b Superviutg Frldar might let ton .Inn on Thursday. No an the .largest single contribution a former Democrat, turned" R-, have for the American way of 1J.fe' Roger Weeks, Dr. R.1. Patten, ed for Us great assistance In Christian

I.........pman. prlnc10 we cherished w In the< past"v *-,,.

y im .ill leave from the' Pawley declared th:coming I

.1nooi and students wul. election II'.most Important not e ,; .1.1nf
,d II doul4 25c: each to only to th* future of America I Ii'

,* actual expense of the but, to the future-of sh*' free
world. labia talk n* pointed out
many Instances in which he said

Communists had Infiltrated,tha.
)our chl'ldnn1ffic US government agencies. H*
'discussed v\a*' Cuban situationand ,
safety 1 a said that in.U4t who he
.was ambassador In Brazil, a revolution
i J; broke out in. Bogota j ,

s and Castro who was there: said i '.
)f;. "
This I II I Communist Revolu-

S '1 Y'w/ cwtl, Y #EsI tion". Pawley, said lie has
IBF known since that time that Castro
was a Communist; and b*
warned President Eisenhower:
YOUR of the danger. Pawley said th*
r r. ,United State turned Cuba over
to Castro In a revolution which
b* (Castro could not her won

f H*.said Coldwater- Intention
Is not to get uSA war but Paw-
ley laidThere are missile( In ; IIb

Cuba today and we are In a*
4y PAtR mach danger .a* ever"In our I
Goldwater girl, who solicited
membership la the Barry Gold-

of water Victory Cub following tile -............. /W!
ewiston speech Included Mr. Robert T '
rtEAS- right, Pat Bator. Barbara Shape. Le-ia. aart.U. Kelly Mr,. Joyce Fuller, Mr. SOME LEADING MEMBERS OF CITIZENS Pawley, State Chairman. ef OUsena fee Gelds
GOLDWATER: GIRLS PROVIDED A Bar Marjattt S amfer'd. J.*e* 541 oler Louise' Cbrlstia,' Mrs. FOR GOLDWATER IhDP.re seesi at the Mad
'oSee the *101 .." Owea Marjorie water, .. c Fry. Ra/n..d Carbtlaa. aid JehuB
Department DIG ADDITION TO THE SCENRT at sari LfiBe. lteD,. Sanford Mr*. Owen Bar, and table. *f the Gldwater. Rally Tltanda,. Left toricki 80 y. *

: a plate faueheoai. staged .y the adIe1tI for O-te -WATFFBOTO Mr* Pat Baker of dewiston. Roger Weeks ..**... Have. W. D. (BIB) -IT4J'J'rB01'OLIIIITT
water Osaasltte: at the Ins fsreds7left'



thfl i of the First Methodist Church bar of the Hendry County School
and son Gary were among :M.Yr L
Two THE: CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. Fla. Hall
and Rev. U. W. Malcolm pastor Board who died In ; a
fortunate Saturday night as they i LaBelle at sons I
Thursday, October 15, 1984 It's history Hall with
now. the of 67 the
age on
were returning from West Palm of the First Baptist Churchof Saturday The U.S. NI'1
Beach and were sldeswlpped at officiated. Pat- services were held at the First North Africa; 1Ir1DdJoa
THIITT TEARS AGO church building bad been paid Chosen causing extensive damage Uses Moore Funeral Haven Horn was la Church of God In LaBelle with dl Stanley Hall, ,,11It t
THE CLEWISTON NEWS (From dewbtoa News. for with road and bridge funds. to their car with only minor interment In Denaud Cemetery Navy aboard th the
October 12. 134) However, the two commissioners bruises. Mrs. Hooker had i charge. Mr. Hall was a resident of a sister Mrs. Stew lisadol)
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Oewurtc. Sheriff H. I.. Delaney, Mrs. were found innocent of em slowed for the congested area. Hendry county for 40 years before Fort Myers. and Power
Florida, by The dewtston News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation. Delaney. and their daughter bezzlement. as had the other driver Had Dillon W. Hall moving to Ocala He served man J. and JohQ brothera
Mrs. Harry Turner of Clewis The Clewiston! Business and they been traveling faster on the School Board in the Belle Pete Roll Ban. '
Entered as Second Class Matter February I, 1927. at the of
ton were injured when their car Professional W o m e n I dub or had he been a foot further Funeral services! were held 1930s. He was a member of the Hulbert and Arthur Cope1'
Poet Office in Clewiston Florida under the Act of Congress of !
March 8. 1879. overturned three times in an accident named Mrs Ruth Beardsley as over the near Falmdale. The Sheriff Business Woman of the Year might have been dIU..nLI Han, former mem Surviving are his and CecU and Pen, Bal1
t : QRI04' NATIONAL EDITORIAL turned too fast and suddenly recognizing her accomplishments sal Point
,1 when he rounded the curve and In the busktess world and Speaking of accidents the
I gASC6TI: Tt: saw a train approaching All in church and civic activities.: farm tractor accident Friday I '
i : ..
i were bruised but none seriously reminder
''i h ACIM George Meaner and Mrs. Helen should serve as a stern
: Pa be careful. '
1 hurt.Ed May lde. who were to everyone to '
: 0 0 1 Subscription Rates $4.00 per year Kettner of Glades Motor married in Houston Texas on as the crews take to the fields Under .
:1 I C}; Ies4 (Return Postage Guaranteed) Lines received permit from October 4th arrived 1D,:Clewll- to began the new' harvest sea new management .
Florida Public Utilities commission horne.Sonny
-1'jOt' ton to make their .
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher to establish a bus route
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor from West Palm Beach to Fort son.OBITUARIES
Telephone: business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 Myers via Clewiston. He already -
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves operated from ,WPB to Sez The Clewiston Bar
the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! Clewiston.The .
THE* mtnuvorlpu NEWS _or u..photograph*. no ruponilMlltjr' for tao Cetera of anoollolte "General", a 24 Inch auction Melvin Messer

TEa HEWS: ...um.. np financial wpoMlbllltr for tr o- dredge leased by the U.S. Inter County Telephone was
a-nphleal error or .ommlMloni la BdYcrUMimnt bat If notified Engineers for levee construction: Graveside funeral services
very cooperative last Friday
.f push that rrori part botoro of Uio the adTrtl But'Uu mnt of la the which p pr to*will error reprint occurred.1m corrootlr -., placed its first dirt In the levee they "held a line" from Fort were held Sunday afternoon at. will/ celebrate its formal opening with
the ...at a tlme.l.m.nl would nndir tn. correction valuo-. near Bacom Point this week. Myers to dewlstoo. so that the Ft Denaud Cemetery for Melvin a
I feM. tho News will reduce. the pries of th* advertisement br as
: amount equal to the perceaUc of the total *pac a* the erronoou Boy Scouts bad a troop meeting News could get the latest on the Meaner 6t, who passed
or omitted copy represented... then hiked to the "Experi oil well announcement by Sun away Saturday October 10 at
r mental levee" for a swim and oco: Oil Company. Bell Glade Memorial Hospitalin
refreshments. "The flowing of oil" is about Belle Glade.
Moore Haven was having a the biggest thing to happen InHendry
r; Raising CaneA siren-like effect on Clewiston county in yearsTo Mr. Messer had been a resident -
: merchants and three decided scoop the dailies the Hendry of the Glades for 39 years,, DANCEFRIDAY
in Lake Harbor prior to
I living
to stores there Phillips
open : County News heralded
the news
few oil wells will the Hendry Haven about
punctuate county scene moving to Moore
Department Store Drug mid-afternoon that the black
t in the near future according to Sun Oil Corporation which and DAB Grocery (Parker Wilson gold was flowing. three years ago He was employed
; in a quiet manner revealed statistics on Sunoco Red Cattle was slated to be managerof -ssQewlston's by the Glades County
;I Well No. 2 near Felda. It's a very promising discovery, and the Moore Haven drug store chances of going Sugar Growers Cooperative in
the Sun people are pleased with what they have found. for Dave Alston). undefeated took a severe blow the Agricultural Department NIGHT OCTOBER 16
He Is survived by his wife
They revealed details in a well-organized and smoothly LaBelle Motor Company advertised Friday night as Alberto Morrell and brothers W. ,
Hettie seven
operated press conference at Ft Myers Holiday Inn on Friday their Fords In Clewis suffered a dislocated shoulder. A. Mouser; of Arcadia G. W.
ton. $505 and ,b. Detroit
tip .0 Bert has
stabilized the Tigersfor
morning. At head table were Tom F. Hill, manager, of Ernest
Messer Clewiston.
Wedding bells Louise WaV- a couple of with his .., Music NICK COLLINS
years by
Lee C. Smith, administrative assistant in charge of exploration dron and A. W. Sias. keen desire to play balL Younger Messer of Orlando Roy Messer : .
.jl and Bennie Franks senior petroleum engineer, all of LAC Lionel Marcus: Vlggers and Inexperienced linemen of LaBelle. Nolan Messer of So-
.. .
the Southwest Production Division of Sun Oil Frank is an advanced RAF flying student have been backed up and covered bring and Koran and Bruce '
coordinator for Red Cattle Co. No. 2. at Riddle Field was killed by Morrell on defense. His Meaner of Lake Worth. : and the ANGEL TONES
Rev. John Whitehead, pastor
i Smith did most of the talking! giving the background In a cross country training bull-like manner of running the ,

i of Sun Oil's exploration in Florida, where the company has flight, near Stuart. ball yard,has with ripped little or out no yard offensive after (dancing from 9 p.m. until ?:??)

spent $10,392,837 in drilling 72 dry holes. Their pleasure TWENTY TEAM AGO blocking.: I
in being able to announce that Red Cattle No. 2 on its first (From Ctowbton. .N.... The Tigers haven't reached Ship Best Way!

I test was flowing at 111 barrels a day is easy to understand October 13. 154)) their potential as yet Friday ,. ,.
f Tigers won their first home night would be a wonderful time
Mr. Smith said the field is being named the Sunoco game 25-12, over the Stuart Ti to pull up their boot straps and REA

I Field and will be developed as a commercial field; an gersMr. win one for themselves and for The management has spared no completely
and Mrs. E. C. Mills
Eleven de-
purchased Bert good men with
) other well will be started at once, and drilling of other wells FREE PICKUPand

t will follow as rapidly as seems warranted. The company as "The the Sugar sundry Bowl"shop from, known Mr. we lire believe can beat they Belle will .Glade. and renovating the lounge and dance floor for your pleasure

is eager to drill more because "one well does not make an and Mrs R. R. Dacey. DELIVERY

oil field". The Garden Club members Ronnie Robison a former Tiger meet your friends after the game at the Clewiston Bar
{ / ,' The press was seated at tables in the front of the room, were taking orders for a group star in football basketballand Phone YU 2-2141
.. with two TV stations operating cameras right over their shipment of roses, and several baseball is making a name
,. / heads. Other visitors/ including many Sun Oil and other hundred were ordered for gardens for himself and Fairmont State
I f oil people the president of Florida Power and Light Company of Clewiston residents College in West Virginia.To .
Dick Hooks and
Wilbur Goff
date the young season.
\ ; / and other important business and Industrial leaders, were home for 30 day leave after Ronnie has nagged four TD 1

f t' were present serving together with the passes as his team is leading AT 8:00 A. M.: October 15th
I. There. was a rush for telephones which followed the SeaBees In the South Pacific. the West Virginia Intercolleglc GOODVEARSTARTS
end of the press conference. We telephoned our story via conference. PRICES AS LONO AS THESETIRE
I Inter County to Clewiston, where a small EXTRA edition of TEN TEARS AGO Recently; : at homecoming, with BUYS LAST!
the Hendry County News was printed Even though there (From Clewlston. News. his mother in the stands Ronnie
October 14. 1X4)) caught one for a TO
I was a couple of hours delay, due to a misunderstanding in pass
The City of Clewiston accepted and with three seconds on the
getting the EXTRA delivered LaBelle was certainly the first the tax roll for street paving clock and Fairmont behind
I to see the printed story of the official: announcement project at a regular meeting 13-12 Ronnie went Into the air
Mr. Hill had Invited members of the press and other with Mayor W. C. Owen presiding In the end toot between} two
: guests for lunch and nearly everyone accepted. We were and set date for the public defenders and fell to the ground
i, I fortunate enough to sit besides Mrs. Hill who had accompanied hearing on the rou. with the pigskin snuggled safely G UIANTSALE
I her husband from Dallas. It was the big football The Grand Jury report to Cir in his armd.Accidents *

I weekend of the year/in Texas, their son was coming home cuit Judge Lynn Gerald chargedtwo -SS-.it .and...: .
county commissioners with at Belle Glade ,
: I with a housefull of fraternity brothers to watch) Texas U embezzlement in use 0''county: Pahokee claimed the lives of
I play Oklahoma U, so she inveigled her mother. into play. funds. It later developed that two over the weekend. ,
I fag hostess! which as she explained! with college boys meansmostly 'some material for a Negro Mrs Elbert (Jean) Hooker We're
Keeping plenty 01 food on hand. offering all types and sizes of Goodyear tires for every

II This was' Mrs. Hill's first trip to Florida, and she was one's car Compacts Station wagons a Imports e Big cars Older
j enchanted with Fort Myers and the beauty of the area. She models Whatever
I ..+ received plenty of suggestions for sightseeing trips during you drive, you'll get Goodyear tires at lower-

her stay: if she tries to make them all she will not get home 'Whistle? than-ever prices

f''' before Thanksgiving. She was charming person, and like ,

I'.' all the other Sun 011 people very easy to talk with, and R3. y arv
t .r pleasant to know.I" I can't .

...! There was a fashion show during the luncheon-it ",
,.'. 1 ', went on in the main dining room of the Inn, but some of L r '
I. the models obligingly visited the Sun 011 room also. All p even :!
were very good-looking but the ones that stole the chow '"

i were the young ladies and small girls in their simple pucker ",

", Mother and Daughter outfits. I .
II" Finally, it was over and there was nothing to do: but J
j :! return to work, convinced not only that we have oil in yeti" .

Hendry county, and that we are going to bring it to the [ :I1 "
surface and market i it, but that the folks who are doing this ;;: NEW ALL-WE AT HEFSVN

important Job for us are nice people to have work
i very at
Yes whistle Beardsley-Naih for I
or phone
in our midst service! We offer independent agency representation NYLONS WITH :! y

1 free lowest surveys catBeardsleyNash and complete: insurance: protection at toughest rubber ever used Odye.r tires

I : Barry Goldwater Says I Insurance Agency e

,',' "With roar kelp and with God's; blessing we7 go forward Telephone 'YU S-7M1 $13
to greatness la this. latloa." 0
E. Sugarland Highway Clewiston $ $1
1,1 .. (Political Adv. paid by Citizens for Goldwater Committee) 8

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,1,1Ii 5.00 a 14 ....
7.t0:. '. 14. .70 a 18 IIIecII tobelesa as a mcappeaes ....
6.70 a "IIIKII wbe4rpp" plus a t.apww w.. .....M.lIOtrocato. ppAdd
t ...tire ,ws w .MIl 12"
i a-ppo. eedrM lash Me'".bIe .
add $2
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f Complete Line Of NaW.cAR

1 i Material
" Building NEW TREADS. 3-T RAYONS Tracladlnfofnt'4f'

Y l Retread on sound tine 1964 equipment original new car 1 tI bodies\ a JIW"tom tires F
.OR' 00 35OFJ1ST
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: For large or small i'Yt' V ;.. 1.00 x 13 eprslr.,.,..e

"I concrete jobs, our radio Sl -\C --& mappable Ire nh+a tax a recnppnblet 1replld

: controlled trucks will
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Joe Hall covered walkway at the dew heaters for Oewltton tad Bin Oewl.ltoI J18. THE NEWS rep 'lbrM
chosenby Uton Elementary School. His lot LaBelle classrooms until the Baptist society aerofLEWIberlbes 19et
contract will can for comply Tuesday meeting, -- ---- -
tion within 110 days In Moore Haven today. The ataoclntional the society be divided among
school boardJoe The portable classroom at Applications of the? three high outlines plans Day of Instruction home, state and foreign missions
Daniel School was inspected and school senior classes for aa educational will be held at Calvary Baptist ,
M. Hall wit chosen chair accepted and Superintendent trip were approved, The annual meeting of the executive Church on Oct. 29 at 10:JO a.m. Refreshments of homemade)
man and Mrs Blanche McCormick Horniby reported that Dr. Char provided plans and objective: committee of the Baptist Mrs. Inca Llneburger, program cookies: coffee and Ice tea were j, fI :
vice-chairman of the lea Chick, of the state depart for the trip be submitted and Women's Missionary Society; chairman, along with served to Mesdames: Bill Wlm- :' :t
Hendry County Board of Public mint Inspected the site for a approved prior to the trip will be held Oct. 27 with a covered Mrs A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs berly, Bin Thomas, Mildred } .
Initructlon at the regular meet new building at Daniel School, The board arranged a abort dish luncheon to follow at Robert Kelly, presented the Wood, E. M. Cornette, A. R. '" '
log Thursday afternoon. The and proposed sites for the La- term loan of $35.000 to be repaid the First Baptist Church. The program "0 Worship the King"in Broadfoot A. O. Meske, Bob '
c election was made neoeisary by Belle school when tax money is available meeting will start at 10 '.m. a very Interesting way. Stacy, Maxwell Downs Richard
the resignation of chairman J. shortly after November The nursery will be open. Mrs. Llneburger- presidedover Bethea. Bert Whiddon, A. H. ; '
SENIORITY : R. Spratt Democratic nominee The proposal of Caloosa Motors first This announcement was made the business meeting In King Sam Young, B. R. Car- f
for state representative, and to pay $700.SO for an old at the regular business meeting the absence: of the president Un, Frank Metbeny, L. L. Tanner
and power'of aq., Individual Senator the new officers will bold their school bus was accepted. of the society held at the churchon Mrs. W. r. Nail.The attendancepin Bob Christ! C: W. PrltcHett. -
by the he hnained. positions until the regular reorganization The board approved employment Nail is Tuesday, Oct. C. for the month was won by James Cantrell. Ed Watson -
Without adequate SEND a has rank meeting of the board of Miss Helen Catherine Campbell It also was announced: that the Ora Wood Circle. W. R. Broadwlck, Ira Mason -
: assignment to Important in January. Sasse as elementary schoolteacher the annual asaoclatlonal meeting It was decided that the remainder Robert Kelly George Line- ,t !
nd In LaBelle; she will will be held of the bank balance of burger, Goldle Dunaway.
KeE5hWithout Lewis J. of the society
om seniority his influence in Nobler Jr. was seated teach another third grade, relieving honored by firm
Senate II greatly limited. as a board member, taking crowded grades.A .
tilt the place of Mr. Spratt. .1 .4Dowereally"
special meeting was scheduled : -
CampbeU E. Nail has been
Ranks 12thIn Building problems and needs for Tuesday when E. B. named Kelly Tractor Co. Em- j jneed
Holland occupied the the chief attention of Helny. area industrial arts specialist ployee of the Month.
board at the meeting. of the State Department,
in the Democratic The board accepted a bid of will meet with the board to discuss The announcement: was made
t the order of Seniority His influence,. mem.henhlp Earl Q. Child of Hollywood for shop programs in the by Robert Kelly, dewlston
of the Senate. experience M8.208 for the 4
> construction of schools. Store Manager for the company
IIId powerful voice have gamed him membership three classrooms, toilets and The board tabled bids of 18 The company's publication ''TheInside aMedicare
Committees of Appropriations .
the powerful Track" said in Its story
on Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical andspace /T\ 1 "We are indeed proud to have
Sciences, all of which you sf particulariiiiportancB Campbell as our Employee of : IbxHealth '
to Florida and to one of its the Month, for he has been most i I
citizens. active in his participation in the
growth of our company as weU .. I It4
aY MSr ff local We o
rout FulillcJ' AdwrtlMmem Paid For Br. I ? as our community. ,
H.rbat .. WolFe. TKM.REELECT sincerely appreciate all he has : ;
Nail has been active In paHues
SPESSARD L. since 1948 and served on :1
f the City Commission for ten : ::
1 ;years. In 1958 he was elected care .,
Sugar renews their county commissioner and served
", '
HOLLANDU.S. burned-up on both commissions until hit '. is now available.
t.C t1mQ, city term ended the following c I,.;tt
He will have completedtwo
year. '
: four-year; terms on. the ; ;" 'for"over 65's" ..
llftL county board when be retire .
SENATOR 4 from that post on Jail 1. .
who cannot afford to PaY
: Nail is a native of Opp, Alabama *\,1 1i
and he came here In 1928. X
He served with the Sea Bees i I
during World War H, la New If you are over 65, facing ;ti;
Guinea and Honolulu.He medical expense and .r; '
- is a member of the Board .'. tan't pay for it. .s i
ot Director of the Rotary dub '
a member of the American Legion :'t z \I yours for the asking1; already :-

BURNS MEANS BUSINESS and the Masonic Lodge. provided for by '-- '. ,.,t4
Both he and Mrs. Nail arc golf ,, law. The Kerr-Mills Act l ,
1. : t' I
enthusiasts. ., ar
r. \' ''m't ; : ,
offers a Health Opportunity tit,

i Program for the Elderly ". {t -.- l
with the federal .
'' ; !
and state governments z,4, l '
'gtefr sharing the cost. ; .I 'I

In most states this "' w ,' .

I471! HAYDON HARD r than care b'I I'I

Medicare .
proposals. "
.. and no additional tax is. : '"
:: ; : : t, i ,
I, necessary! .: :"T: i' :, .
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,"','.'' .;;\; ,: 'II:.;'; tact me todsylAbner) If you are elderly, ,
: ,
: > and without funds for ,. .n
needed medical care, ask : Ii I
,. doctor about the .
your : G
H. '' .
I .: .q1;. Health Opportunity Program ",,\, ,f ;R
;" : Vann
; for the Elderly, or r

\ ., "K Ph. \ / call your local medical ." :.j j10 t

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Never before "has a medium prke ear offartd M "much for M lltttol Wider, Tea Parties
In wayl Bigger In performance( .with new l
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a fourth grader, returned Thurs. less Laura Lucille .P ham.
Page Four THE: CUCWISTOIf: NEWS aewt.t a, Fta. day from Good Samaritan Hospital Oct IT' -W. C. Prewltt, Ardls(

Thursday, October II. 1964 Know teachersJames In West Palm Beach wherehe Hall Melvin Pipe, Alden boapj
your 1 received treatment for an Wyse, Ruby Roland

eye injury.. 'He 1* now getting Oct l-Chrlstine Dean, $ap asks
Announces Buchanan social studies : along fine. Mr. Rudd underwent vey Prldgen. I: for sutye
Engagement teacher at Clewlston High surgery. at Jackson Memorial Oct 19 Mrs Carolyn Suggs,

School 1* a native of Bakers- Hospital in Miami, and will remain Mrs Henry Story, Joyce rut of E. B. Heinl, area
vole. N.C. and a graduate of at home for a few week, ler Bobby Diet;. Christine industrial edueaUoIL rip
Lincoln Memorial University before returning for further Holstad. Florida ltate de terCation

J with a bachelor of arts degree. E6 qNAl.n i surgery.Mr Oct 20 Howard w*. Bishop, vlrtteytlleeda,
Prior to teaching at the high and Mr, *. F. E. ConkUng Bob Weetman, Jam,.* EzeUe. this week to oonfervita

school, he taught at Clewlston ., Miss Denna Wood, daughterof have left for a trip through the Mrs. W. A. Jones. lateadent board Carl Hemet& au

.j Elementary School for a year. t r Mr. and Mrs Joe Wood, was mountains of Western North Oct 21-Fred: C. Slices, Gen members, seed PriDa senr'nii5
Buchanan, i* particularly' In. one of four scholars from the Carolina to enjoy the autumn Sullivan, Betty Joy,' Howard. jnduotrl! \'<
f d J Vashtl School In Thomasville. scenery. They will also visit In Oct 22-Mrt Everett Foster, education 111 the Irtt.

Garden clubbers Ga.,. who was given time oft Evansville, Ind., with their son R. E. Shaw ':ajj. Ur Heiney attended
III. and family.! clal: lneetla .
1 Frank Conkllng of
from school to hear Mrs. Lyn !be 'e
Il Frank Tokleda has spent a '; Ida,
I don B. Johnson speak In that 'fternOOll1IIIiQ
I ; please take note I week at his home here on U.S. called to
) city: recently.: Derma a sophomore Boys in servicePrt : review !be
,: at the school!, 'was chosen Army leave lie has been accepted : .. .. needs of the Henc1r7
The October meeting of the choo1l..
I because: of high" ,marks in for Officer Training ., Ronald E. Lee la the d1s
Garden dub will be at the' borne ton of beard
1' left for Fort Ben-
World In letter to her School and members, be
history a
of Mt. aid Mrs. Marion leal1led
Mrs. W. A. Slewert, northeast yi Lee 344 the board
the assignment
Ga. to begin new
mother she said she had taken nlng would
comer: of EX Crescent Drive E. Ventura Av...' Clewlston, CoIuIdet
t and Date Street instead M as picttures: not only of Mrs. Johnson Tfash\ has returned Fla, completed a 14-week man.'. industrial a ona1C "
Mri. Evelyn vocst
previously announced. .Thursday but also her daughter. Luci. sal central office:" telephone to be ecIuea
from a visit of three week used\ bl
Oct IS, S Ia i the Time d Among the Clewiston residentswho switchboard repair IcbOOlJ II
pjn. flew to Gainesville Saturday with her sister, Mr. I. O. Bishop the course: at county, and would be
Army" Southeastern plea
t terested In social W. to attend the football game and Mrs. Elmer Cox, In Signal if such I plan COUld be
: studies he School, Fort Gordon, Ga.. Oct ted to the SUb
Sorority pledge also teaches: American history between the University; of Florida Fort Pierce ,ober 9. ALee board Glades COUll"
: : world history. and.civic* at.the and Ole Miss were Bill Norman Miss Ruth Knight of Washington was trained install and and the -
Miss Chris Kelly daughter: of high school. [ ; Tony Toulla Ben Sanford D.C. visited for a few days the two counties mlghte,
,\ Mr. and Mr. Loyd !Kelly of' with her mother Mrs. Josephine repair telephone switchboards: bob a Joint
In addition to his teaching.duties H.,T. Vaughn, Jr., Dick Baker, and o t h e r communications center for an
Miami has been pledged to Pi he i 1. a Junior John Potter, and EddieCrosby.. Knight 'and other relative equipmentThe choo1l..
Beta Phi sorority .Rollins Col. aponso4 Edgar Texton, who 1 Ia employed in Clewlston. She i 11 presently Mr. Heiny laid !be
: lege. Winter Park. Miss Kelly In. Jacksonville, spent in Bartow as secretary: in the 22-year-old< soldier entered U a survey of the
L2" Is a 1964 graduate) of Clewlston _,, ::.. Wr the weekend here with his parents interim office of Senator Spessard the Army last April and como area. considering: ttuiwr Deeds rI

High SchoolHallRiggs vert cost was Quoted'at $2,471Be Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Tex Holland, with whom she Polk pleted,'La.Lee basic. training at Fort and Job opportune both
has been 'employed In Washington the immediate
t reported, need for a' new ton.Mrs. area, and h
W, for several is a 1960 graduate of state and
pump for the borrow pit at La- Elizabeth Miller, a year nation. He cab
Belle former resident, 'has recently A. O. Ward left last week for Clewiston High School and was program if establish, v

Miss Elizabeth Mae Hall of The commission: authorizedan returned from Orlando and i iI Winter Haven to attend the annual employed by the Pattlaon :Funeral permit the center to be set
I again residing Clewlston. SheIs convention of the Tax Collectors Home* Clewlston, before school students during
Ocala will wed James Leroy agreement between the the!
Ii 11f 1 RIP, of Ocala at a '7 p.m. county and Ken Curtis) for employed in the office of Association of Florida: entering the Army, and by adult classes In !he

i 1f ceremony at Carlson Memorial marl; Curtis offered the county: US. Sugar Corporation Plankton Mr. Ward and seven other retiring His parents attended the graduation nta,. He advised !the
Machine Shop. collector In the state, exercises board to request
Methodist Church LaBelle on some surplus marl which passed at the base a lurwy
t MISS SYLVIA BEATTT Friday October 16. state tests with high rating, Herman Davis, who spent a shared honors at a reception and he returned Clewiston, the departmentMr.

The bride elect 1 I. the daughter at 50 cent per yard; he also week at home with his parents tendered them on the opening! with them for a brief visit. He Helnylssupervliorli
'I' 1 Announcement of the engagement -. from Clewlston High School and of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. offered marl from one acre, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Davis on night of the ,convention. has been assigned to ,overseas 22-county area In central
of Miss Sylvia GenelleBeatty. St. Vincents DePaul School of his return from duty in Hawaii Brown and Martin Hfl- i
Hall of LaBen; Mr. Rlggs Is provided the county would] dig 0. ] duty in Germany., southwest Florida
'I' daughter of Mrs. BettyC. Nursing in Indianapolis, Ind. the marl and leave a "lake" left the first of the week for bard are leaving for South
of Mr. and Mr. John M. as
a son
,, Beatty and the late Clifford She also attended Mlllikln[ University Rlggs of Fairmont, West Virginia. an attraction: at the location: Fort Bragg N.C., where he ha Dakota on a pheasant shooting .
D. Beettyto ,Capt. Robert HI. She has .
Decatur which is at the subdivision he been reassigned.Rev.
Glens Klein, son of Mr. and been actively' engaged In nursIng is developing west of LaBelle. George Neal and Norman trip.Mrs.. David Rowle and two W
.,' Mr*. Cbarle Klein, of Chicago, and entered the U.S.A.F. Friends and relatives are cordially Thomasson said cost of diggingand GUchrlst of Hollywood daughters of Hlaleah are visiting ,
VI 1 I. made today by her Nurse Corp. in 1963, and is assigned invited to attend the cere- stockpiling: the marl would were in Clewlston Sunday Rev. her parents Mr. and Mrs.,

f mother. to Webb AFB, Pig mony. be only 30 cents per yard, and Neal participated: in the dedication G. H. Brown.
Miss Beatty Is a native of Spring, Tease the commissioner were pleased of the memorial stained
Mrs. C. H. Foy is spending a
1 Clewlston and Capt.\ Klein Is a native J of to accept the offer.C. glass! window at the Presbyterian .
was graduated in
I :h startsvnew few weeks with her' sister
Chicago and was graduatedfrom County E. Mine Jr., appeared Church Sunday morning. San Antonio, Texa
Elgin Academy, Elgin, with Mr and Mr. Jim Cockrillla Mr. and Mrs. Junior Arnold
{I'.i 1 HI., and attended 'Xnox College, regard to the board's recent and daughter of Fort Lauderdale Mrs. "Le'h Spicer returnedlast

near Chicago. He entered the budget yearIt action which five CockrU notice visited Mr. and Mr*. weekend from Good Sanerltsa
omentoMe US Air Force Aviation Cadets to vacate the Clewlston James Rudd and family on Sun- Hospital Wait Palm Have it restyled
.t was
; Beach where the a patient
hi Harllngen. Texas la 1956. He day.
seemed to be "bid opening Airport on November first Mr.
received his wings at Webb Air Mr. and Mrs. George Cornell for a few day
day" at the county commission Miner appeared, not a* attorney
I WONDERFUL WORDS OF UFE.t Force Base In March ISM. Bets meeting Tuesday. In the first but a* spokesman for a of North Fort Myers, and William Mr. and Mr. Wm. C.. Prewltt at ,Johnny's .
now in military Air TransportService Cornell of Holly, Michigan are pending several day in
t -1 Jesus Speak PMC to All meeting after the new budget group of users of the airport
4 t' Who Accept His Salvation. stationed. In, Albany became effective, the board have requested the board to were guests of Mrs Alvin New Orleans on a business trip. Here the inexpensive way to have"NEW" |
bids for the give Cockrill: another chance at B. Zauel Sunday They came Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lee
Ga.Plans opened on a car In home ,
are being made .for a county: agent, a dump truck for operating the airport, with,the especially to attend the services were In Augusta the latter part furniture your
,1',1'1''J ;:: : late December wedding the road and bridge department new facilities which the county at the Presbyterian Church of the week to attend graduation r
at which stained window exercise at Fort Gordon,
: rl I steel building for the la Installing. Miner also -suggested a glass Let us recover it!
Mrs. 'York honoredThe county airport at Clewlston, and that a pilot's committee, memorial to the late Alvin B. where their ion,Ronnie, com '
l i 049: AM. on workman' compensation Insurance if formed by the county commission Zauel was dedicated.Joe pleted a. course of training preliminary Call NOW for a FREE
,. Sunday School home of Mr. and Mrs. J. for all county em could: be of great benefit M. Hall returned Sunday to leaving for overseas
11:00: A.M. W. Beardsley'was the scene of ployees. In addition, the board in making recommendations, from Henderson IC)'., where he duty with the U.S. Army showing of samples)

i ,1 Morning Worship a family gathering 'Sunday.; authorized purchase of a used and he also suggested that written went to attend funeral servicesfor in Germany. (no obligation)
"When Sin Returns" when'they entertained in honor shortwave radio to be placed In regulations and instructionsbe : his slater, Mrs. Carolyn H.
I ]1 of Mrs. Belrdsle,'. mother, the county: Jeep which patrols given on airport operation. Allen, of Key West, who died
6.15: PM. Mrs. J, R. York of Pahokee. the hunting area, cost not to Commissioner Nail in whose last Tuesday night following a Happy Birthday
; I Training Union The occasion: was Mr. York's exceed 1379 Installed. district the airport U located: brief 1ne... He was accompanied Seat Coven

I 7.30: P.M. 76th birthday. Other guests B e m b'r y Rambler Motors, .said the board has already take on the trip by his brother, Oct IS-Anna Mae Jones H. R. Johnny's ,
Evening! Worship"Fundamentals were Mr. and Mrs. V, J. York Clewlston, on a low bid of 11722.. en Its action on the airport opration. Major Sherwood Han of Fort Ban Mr. Vee Frlerson. Bill
of Our and children of Fort Lauderdale 13 received award for a 4-door Commissioner Barron Walton, Fla. and Mr. Allen'sson Bearden, Ken Walker CherylWaters. Free Pick-up and Delivery
Faith: Dlscipleshlp"' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne sedan V-8 engine 64 or '65 asked to be placed on record a* and daughter of Gaines .
4: Beardsley and Mr, and Mrs. J, model, taking a '81 Plymouth approving the request of the flyIng ville. Oct 16-Sldney Crochet Claudia Free Estimate YU 3-3271

Prar 'KeetIa E. Beardsley.; as trade-in. Other bidder were people. He said 12 or, 15 James Rudd and his ion, Wilson E. B. Bethea, Sr., Clewiston Florida
Frankle, are both at home following
8:00: P.M. Wednesday LaBelle Motor, $2.075; Chuck had contacted him'perlODa1l1' Ann Morrison, Carolyn Prid- ,
1 "Studies in I Tbellalonlaal"Supervlaed Sunday picnic Well Motor Co., Inc, n.m.II8: and that they have all requestedthat hospital stays Frankie,
Hendry County Motors, $1,87, Cockrill be given another
Nursery St. Margaret's Altar Society: and Beck Motors, $1,799. chance. R. C; Commissioner
will hold a covered dish picnic LaBelle Motor Co. LaBelle, Howling said be had receivedno
I at noon on Sunday, Oct. 18 ,400.81 complaint on Cockrill and e
II on a low bid of $ was
I S The picnic will be held on the awarded the contract for two had received several phone WantedThe
i FirstBAPTIST grounds of the home of Mr. and dump Calls in his behalf. Help
I I dump truck (without
I Mrs. C. D. Hlne In SugarlandPark. bodies for the road and bridge Mr. Miner said both he and Patient remaining. Fit. Sat. Oct 18-17
1'1 CHURCH All members of the pariah Other bidders ware the CockriUs: greatly deploredthe John R.'Taylor, E. B. Betties

;/r VENTURA AT CENTRAL are Invited and those attending department Chuck Well Motor Co.. ",560.- fact that some commissioners Clarence Lashbrook, Jennie Tou- Doubt. Feature of Glades County Sugar Growers
asked to bring their had received: phone call lls, Rodrlques, GeorgeB. Jerry Lewis' Feature
f' are Caddad
I' Bob 15,
L Chrl.tl Pastor 20. Hendry County Motor, Moore Haven is now
Cooperative at
L own tableware and folding 761.00, and Beck Motors, IS,- threatening political reprisal Detar, Delia Beavers. .1.. chairs.AL'S unless Cockrill were retained at O 1 a d y Archer, Mary Lou
r ...1.I 78000 Bob Dean Steel Buildings, the airport He said they did Owen. Walter Connie, Jack Are Never accepting applications for:
I not know such cans were being W Glsh. Patricia: Baker Carrie
IliJ low bid of
Fort Myers, on a Too *
contract for made did not approve them. TaUun Joyce Jumper, Regina Young"Sua. Timekeepers
for ".815. received the and apologized sincerely' that Solomon, John Joyner William
Specials building.
liJ the Clewlston airport they were made in a mistaken: Johnson Billie Wiggins, Gilbert *
i Hendry County Aluminum bid Sale of, effort to aid them. Referring Taylor. Patricia Waldron. Lacy .. Moo Oct. 18-19 Truck and trailer operators
submitted a
, J Clewlston also to the absence; due to Injury Howard.Patients. "Secret Invasion"Stawml
t : this week! 18.150.00. of Commissioner George, discharged! Granger Tractor and operators
Beardsley Math InsuranceAgency the bend took no action: on Min Lydia Garvey, Sidney Crochet. wagon

; I Mea' Khaki Mea' l.sg..leeved with I bid of $2,892.44 er' request, stating the board Robert Cox Thelma NaUe. Toe.. We L. Than. field
WORK PANTS WORK SHIRTS wa awarded the workman'scompensation business preferred to have all member Reba Weaver, Jr., Nelda Rob- Oct 202122"Bedtime Various positions, for
insurance present when controversial .Issues erts. Ray Sparks, Lester White
regular $2.95 pro khaki green gray on the basis of agencyservice were up for action: Herma Gray, Edward Marrow. Story" and
$2.55 Na- highway .operations
regular e. and past experience.
W. T. came to the ImoJltlt1'oJor. Sue Corbia. Ma
: i. 2 $5.00 2 for $5.00Men's tionwlse Insurance Company board and offered to deed to mie Blgelow, Delia Bkdsoe Marlon Brando
pair Ernie Redlsh. agent, submitted the county a ditch: near Monkey Bessie Jones, Vesta Shroyer, Shirley Jonea for season beginning approximately j

i a bid of $2.75328, town which U across his property Marlene McDaniel. Jimmy Davis See this funny fling on
Sheriff Earl DyeM suggestedthe and which J* needed for Margaret Green Edna: French Rhrterol November
''i short-sleeved work shirts 2 for $3 purchase of a !used radio drainage In the area. Maddox Frank. Grace O'Berry Clarice
for the county Jeep in the hunt ald the ditch: Ia 1 an excellent Mitchell: Apply for employment application

'; Men's low cord sole work shoes, pr. 3.99AL'S are. Be said that l he had purchased drainage structure, and fits into theAGRICULTURAL
;Il such: equipment at $350 the county system of drain :blanks at ,
I:Ii : or $37S for his own department age-in fact, is essential to the
,:, ARMY STORE M with satisfactory result This drainage. At present it needs OFFICE
radio would tie In with the sheriff to be cleaned out and the shoulder
; (USE OUR LAy. .tWAY PLAN) office In LaBelle and Clew built up. He offered to deedit OurBranch Have
1 i 'TXS E. Sagarland Hwy Oewbtea lston and would be assistance to the county: if the county: 'I Hwy. 27, 2 mile south of Moore

J 1* many' ,way*, in, reporting will assume Its maintenance.The .
1, J, emergency happening, or asking commissioner agreed, and
aid or relaying information expressed appreciation lor the
\ ; needed quickly. The purchase: ditch: stating that It 1 11 a necessary I
f was authorized by the board i part of the, drainage of the
Dyes reported. and the boatd area.Thomasmt. demand for f t\\
THIS WEEK'S' TOP BUY approved the transfer of the reported that the Office .The

: Civil Defense motor from La- county: road' department i is stocker
i ii Belle school lunchroom: to the !grading the :Blumberg road and : tWe and

i New CBS two bedroom home sheriff.' 'office in Clewlston I trying to get the farm to market
::: is heavy'Buy
1 .. where CD needs a communication : roads in as good shape as cattle
hook-up even though regular 1 ;.possible before the tart ot the I,
Terazzo floors built in'electrie'strive '' the
electric: power should faJL" 1 t-tane hauling' _aoa.' \\I t only
Reports were 'read. from the. Attending the meeting were .
: cabinets county; agent, the veteran. lea Chairman H. >Iv? Parkinson Even' Pay The Postage! -. cattle you want
< vic officer, the airport manager Commissioners W. B. Barroa.R T 1 t: 't;,

: Corner lot 75 x 110 ft. and road superintendent ; ,.C, Howling. C. X.: Nail Attorney .
I, .. No report was received from Harry P. Johnson, and Make deposits, add to your savings account y..xi. olf
Alverdez and 1M Civil Defense director. Jerry Clerk Dorothy dark.FFA .
1 ; :; ,t Olympia ., Flint, assistant county agent, pay bill, all through the mails I \' iJ1U"Jt1. F

wa* assisted by Pam William news Sale at 1KX: ) ,.M.
and Every Monday ,

'. |M I' Only $450 Down jUbrltton son Tommy la Daniel presenting.Nancy ape The Lewiston Chapter Future Our bank lay mail plan saves ,you ... .' I-o't! "
>r .,elM report on 4-H dub history, Tanners of America are planning f :.:
75Lbthl; alms and activities.: their Sweetheart Contest time and energy *
$ Y'includes taxes & insurance Road Superintendent Thomas- which will be held Tuesday _
.. ('; ..1',.' 'aoa reported that the county night October,20, 1964. In the. ( ,
saved' money by constructing: a High School Gym at 730. ASS
; I J/E. BEARDSLEY .bridge. Instead Mn U31ng a AH member and the families FIRST BANK;. OF.CLEWISTON! GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET

culvert adjacent, W highway $0 of the contestant will be 1av1teeL ...'\;" -- -- ', 'J\: to.- ,
Mth.IIW. inconvenience The winner will be announced .
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I to traffic: The la the paper the \tal. .. .- :. e.e WTMau h i
:I ""I. -0. ddlec04, : tt.407 aM the culj lowing week. ., 1' .-; 'of'

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-r -r number of Fla. THE a.EWJSTQN NEWS Page rive
host conservative Con
General to
gressmen, and we need more of Red Cattle:No. 2 flows thuradaT. October lIS. 18"I
hit type said Vaughn, who also I

and fire institute Pointed out that Rogers' Sixth lision on 8.R. (32 lost Saturday. Insufficient Now the care, tttention ".
evacuation district is the largest In papula-
lion in the state and one of the, Orville Dean Noe of Napleswas and friendliness of the
20 largest in the U.S. the driver of the other car entire staff makes being a patient :
M alI.da1 ylgaaControl 10- President More L. Bishop Involved. Police: said Noe bad much more pleasant So

.Nlll.nd be presented in presided at the Chamber meet pulled up to a stop sign when again I say s big thanks to ev : :f I
11I\1111\ Monday October lag, at which all business win the car driven by Cross struck t"
CtWIJIDD on Auditor streamlined through distribut : his vehicle in the rear propelling eryone. 'J

1JIII. .t the Sugarland t lPOo- leg mimeographed ballots, and S_ 5, : it 196 feet from the point of '.> Theda Langston !t

p', pegendr0' General,Jo'Plpi1a reports to members present Impact. w
Vote of the '
with members elected '
cooper.tJon lawN six "' :' .J
p Hew directors: J. E. Beard
Fire\ DeP by attm LL Robert Me ley, G. R. Berner, Thos. H. w NOTE) 'THANKS", "", ,, EDWARDSPlumbing 4-
"conducted Jones, Jr., S. C. Fry Dan Mc Lr : Words cannot"expreiWthe:i
Grtthgedplpls', nursln g hornet, and Canny and S. K. Swayne. Holdover reeling of thanks I have In"Tnjr .' : RepairReplacements

In this area of directors are MaYa 1 L. heart for ties. many sets of love, , ,
are bens invited to Bishop Carroll Benson, Leon and kindnesrto rte and to my ?, x I
fIi'IdI Instltute.meDdoUi Bembry Robert Kelly, Wm. H, family during my recent illness. Installations
sad! personnel c.n Lanier, and Abner H. Vann. t Trouble Shooting
the\ An extra special "Thanks" to
,,"ved from oblervln forte the staff of Hendry General i'' ,"Septic' Tank A J

j/moostr.lion.will Registration start at 1:30': Tiger Cubs win tw Hospital Since January 1956 Speeialtjf, '
merliDIL none of my family bad been a '
10. with the program .conteicthg over Lake PlacidThe patient there, nor had I any desire : Call YU 2-6711
and end-
I at 800: There a.m. I. 110 .... ht 2 2y 2jg that we should be since the 325 E. Ventura
N.t ..00 p.rn Clewiston "Cuba" won service at that time was quite I
edapro cbarlle.I. not suit a lectin their first outing Tuesday night i
the Institute real LT. ROBERT MeGRATHed by defeating Lake Placid 7 and d
resato It wul feature 8th graders 134 on Cane Field. : l lI
with paron
are demonstrations what to do. ftepe9ately specifically: for women, especially Clewiston dominated the :
nurses because a fire game,
dvlartress outIpatient despite} numerous fumbles
when fire breaks control In the patient area U more apt on the wet field. The home I I
how to give every
aces to be discovered by nursing per. team kicked off to the baby
e yea with ordinary availand sonnel. Nurses trained for fire Dragons and held them for the il1tI1N1! I
materials equipment emergencies will constitute the first series of downs :
ablt Following
2nd FREEat
the 111. nand gallon :
p4 bow to carry first line of defense. the punt The Tigers sustained
- ailed with simple The Lieutenant has demonstrated a drive of about 50 yards; with .t. Ii

,SSSift-! lanclnl toto his methods at four national Danny Krledler, bull-like tulback
nursing Institutes, at
27Wi making most of the :yardage
are defense field after' DeSmenL three national safety seminars, and going over on an end BENNY: FRANKS, petroleum. engineer for Son acids*. Thursday, with the Insertion ef Diesel (
the Chicago Fir at a nursing biennial convention sweep from about the 13-yard Oil Company, watchea the tint trickle of water fuel bite the shaft, oil began to flow at the rate ": ''IAI
) Twelve of these years and at an international line.'The point after failed. flow from Bed Cattle No. I wen at Felda WedIf 111 barrels per day. Staff Photo 'r'
yearsSVdtonthetoprstedre- meeting of surgeon Twelve From then until the final SO

JtIIf he* State Hospital Associations have seconds: it was a see-.w battle Felda] OilICootinueci '?lad. something like 100 millionyears' they do not seem to realize that Fuller'sCountry .
Hon bureau wher. sponsored day long or week: with both teams. losing the ago. with a winning record,' teams

Ju aliened rattutloom7gas long training sessions In cooperation ball on drives, though Clewiston ( from Page 1)) The oil coming out of the new began to.point towards them .
sarelt In with local hospitals and controled the ball the majority well was described as 24.S to equalize this, the boys must '
U satisfied with existing pro- fire departments. He made a3clt1 of the time Landowners whose propertieswere gravity crude oil on a 20/" respond to the pressure, by .t.
tag,. patterns he developed : : teaching tour of the nation A Dragon drive 'was bogged leased for oil drilling to inch choke The tubing pressurewas working even harder, StoreComplete i
Zu end sensible techniques for the Department of Medicine down on downs on the 20 jard Sun, Humble and other eompanlea .a,i 30 pounds and the casing "We have the material and
etch btve been carried dUel per- and Surgery of the U.S. line with less than thirty seconds were deep In speculation as a l{,pressure 340 pounds. know-how. If'the boys put the : I
aII1lnto more than 300 Veterans Administration and to go. Richard Blount to the area and volume of the., The next well will be the CoM, desire with IV we'can continue J
. | cast to coast span. was his our way, line of supplies.
made on
Main trips were Conference o n Occupational line to run out the clock.: Danny by the Sun drills more than located: one mile south andThreequarters cluded. .
.n fine either on days off Safety. Kriedler, slipped through the two miles down. of a mile east of I
tir"1 of on vacation period or His work has been recognized right side of the line and romped Not only landowners and Red Cattle""I. The well is in e- Over 1500 colors to choose from. I
.Itivti of absence. This partto by "the 'American Psychiatric: W yards for a thrilling cli those who would like to be but Collier county.The .' '
hobby became a full-time Association, the American Society max.. Krledler was assisted by people In other walks of life Sun Oil company has Careless driving; interior exterior, $4.98 gal.] & up. :
melon upon retirementXcGrath's of Anesthesiologists, the excellent: line blocking: and were wondering Just what'et- drilled 14 teat wells in Florida wuosl
work Is based Americad Hospital Association picked up a wan of secondary: feet the discovery of a majoroil ,,so far and Joined with other charged'to driver vacs "
largely on the premise that the ,Catholic Hospital Association blocking: prior to his breaking field would have on the companies in M others. The C'.fiai. EAST SUGAELAND BIGUWAT1II l
not hospital personnel do not the National League for into the clear for the long romp. area's economy. It was conjectured : ;overall result was 72 dry boles. Johnny Cross of Cltwlstoo' CLEWISTON. FLOaUDAPHONE '
.hoe what to do RIGHT NOW :.Nursing.. the National Safety Richard: Blount sweep right end that this Influence would Cattle No. 1 was the first in this was charged with wanton and. ')!.I.: I II.
breaks out. He thinks be others having been wilful reckless driving and careless : TUbs) MIS1
TM) fin Council. 'the N.tIonall'1re Protection for the final point-after, with profound.The area, the ..
tit most evacuation planning Association: the Officeof the Tigers winning 130. Sun Oil company's enthusiasm drilled in the Panhandle of driving causing an accident I...* ft stuns !
complicated and too 1matned find has Florida and the Ocala area. after he was involved In a col
k too Civil Defense and Mobilization This was Lake Placid's second for the new
In theory or perhaps In and segments of the Army, game. They are now one been demonstrated by Its hasteIn Prior to the Felda operationSun ", .1
spoliation. He believes that Navy and Air Force. LIFE carried and one, having won their opener rushlnf.! another drilling rig Oil spent a total of 110.392.- I I l ,
IIIseI should be familiar with t feature story In September against Fla. State School tor to the Felda area. The rig was 837 on oil exploration in this I
bt mechanics necessary to .ream 1961; fcEADER'S DIGEST Boys at Okeechobee, M on a expected to be on the scene before "state and of this sum 17,447,410 I
one patient from daoferIDIIID carried one)n April. 1960. similar last minute TD. the weekend.Although went to land owners for leases. Need
cope with a waste bas The' program has been publicized The Tiger Junior Varsity Sun officials were Following the early indications a' I
kt other small fire before of success at Felda the
or : in official Journals of the squad will Journey to Naples on cautious In their statements. -
HttmpkUnt the problems of American Nurses Association, Thursday. October: 22 for t concerning: : the well as the first company began a program of '
tin evacuation: or total level'scent Canadian Nurses Association, game with the Eagles ".. publicized tests. were run, they buying up leases in that area !
Hit program is deslgn- Philippine Nurses Association, The next home game will be now are openly enthusiastic with the result that the company A Car?

and Practical: Nurses Association. here on November 3 for the about Its future The consistency: now has oil rights to t total -e ;
of 108,518 acres, .costing
Twenty-nine of Lt Me- Skeeters. of the output and the Increasein i
Glades Roofing Co.::, Grath't articles: have, !been! published tubing pressure art partly Crude 1227.263. oil such as that com- r AS USUAL we : i
il fin *f Boor ..* Intuitional hospital,"nursing responsible for this/ have the cleanest
}ng to the surface at Felda is '
meet Metal W.rtt2.w fire engineering! and school Benson Ton F. Hill of Dallas, manager now selling at 12.54 a barrel ;' I
Ccnstraetlea er periodicals. In addition, other (Continued from Page 1) of Sun's southwestern production and the coat of producing it 1s used cars to be found
Repair Jobs submitted nineteen stories : division, said plans were '
authors barrel. has to
$1.52 a If a pump t Ask the person
Phone 2.7111 which were published. The as a result of the extension of underway for a new overall be used to procure: it the cost % a

Lieutenant wrote a textbook, the highway.A drilling program. would rise another, 10 cents a y who drives 'Chuck' .,,
Oar er Evenlnn "Emergency Removal of Patients bulletin from the U.S. Highway The company representativesaid barrelThe oil will be trucked Wells used carl! '
r. 0. Box U41ttJWBTON and First-Aid Firefighting 27 Association: of Florida the Felda well encountered from the area.Gratton.
FLA. In Hospitals". It I I. copublishedby was read which attacked the 9,288 feet of clean oil on a drill
the American Hospital Assc- advertising practices'of: the stem test, with no water. For Example] Here Are a Few of Them ,. f''
elation and the National Safety Turnpike Authority.The This was in contrast to Red
Council. He directed a motion bulletin said that "trail- Cattle No. 1, drilled a mils anda George Oldsmobile 88 '
CL picture which: 1* available as a blazers and billboards are erected quarter northwest of the Tel 63 Super .

.. public service.See on and adjacent to competing da lite, which encounteredabout 4Vdoor Sedan. Beautiful black finish. Loaded with slashed' : ,. 'I
highways to channel traffic 1900 feet of oil but also hurt in crash
.2V and from extra Including air' condition. Very low mileage.On .
Into the turnpike away 1,400 feet of salt water on a
what owner car. Priced $300 below book value. ; I
businesses on other highways drill stem teat. This did not indicate County Commissioner Oratton

tr (ConUnoed rrr.p 1)ago''five ) while these are businesses denied the and.communities ..meprlvUees that time.a commercial well at George General was Hospital taken yesterday to Hendry suffering : !

fr South and Central on the turnpike". The Felda well has been from a neck injury Incurred 62 Chevy tSedan. !\ \
.. supportIng The bulletin said that the brought in at a total cost of ESmfns
American nations were when his car was in collision 8-cyL 2.loor white with red top. 'I ,\
the Turnpike this amount I
thus far '
Cuba against the u.s.I now Florida statute on UUya with a trailer-truck on
Q and Authority stated that no funds Including both lease and drilling We told this) car new and can guarantee: the mile- :
only Mexico 1s holding out U.S. 27 last Friday. He was r. *
.2 Rogers believes the Mexican appropriated by the State De- costs. At present prices it ported in satisfactory condition. age. Only 19.000. Power gild transmission, radio I

government Is leaning away velopment Committee should be would take 100 barrels of on a A report by Patrolman Ernest and heater. A steal at ..._.,.._.,...._",.. )
towards the expended tor publicizing and day for four years to cover
from Castro and R. Simmons said George was I
advertising any toll turnpike this expenditure. crossing U.S. 27 when the his
j.3.Thi constructed under the provisions The oil was encountered by '62 Corvair Monza
Congressman pointed out : car was struck la the right .
but that this war the Felda drill at 11.472 feet eloot
that Allied shipping to Cuba of the statute rear. The car hit a wooden post
i has been reduced 6* and that being violated. the drill reaching into the black on Francisco street and cameto / Sedan. Bucket seats power glide, radio, reduced ,
:r: Castro's economy Is worsening The land leased by Pope was lagoon that was formed in the rest 2> feet away. heater wire wheel cones and whit. Ores. A local: '
of the last desirable lower cretaceous geological pe- :.
f-i ,steadily. said to be one In Simmons said there was confusion on* owner oar. You must see this one.
fa The Congressman was ably introduced locations available at the traffic light, possibly \
by H. T. Vaughn who the Ohahumpka approach area.Two Thank note caused by the fact that t tktL
added you '
said be has served capably, andosorably new members were the light was not working properly 60 Chevrolet S .
chsmber'srelIctheliminess I
for to the .
j.i In the Congress
i six years, sine the death of his and Professional Women's and is appreciatedWriting Tbi, truck was driven by 4-door automatic Sedan. Original throughout reduced- .-

father Congress Dwight Rotes Club of Clewiston Inc. a letter of appreciation Charles Carmichael of HIaleah This Is. by to the) nicest '80 Chevrolet t la the
fI) ,"He Is one of the fast dwindling represented Everglades Sugar by George Fswcott, II a simple chore: but it can.be Fla Th truck was owned by area. Very low mileage. On owner and you can
highly appreciated at times.' the W. T. Price: Company of toll it Priced to MIL y
manager. of _
C. J. Chapman principal MIami.- '
the dewlston High School, has It wet- decided to remove I ';'

Public NoticeNOTICE been pleased, at the way the George'' to the hospital when '61 Dodge Dart Seneca. : !
e. J
city., Its police and volunteer pain continued and an X-ray '
Y O'Y.TfJ. fire departments have assistedat revealed s whiplash injury. 4-door. This ear has only 20.000 miles. BeautifulInside slashed) ,

TO LOCAL high school: football games C ) and oat Guaranteed to be a on* owner car. '

INSURANCE AGENTS and he took time out to Commis say aIn jBundjr; puts it We dare you to compare this on* with any o&efl'
Sealed Proposals will be received a letter' to the City

by the undersigned atthe sion. commission meeting en 'Ion' the.- line '
Make of Owls- At the i. 58' Chevrolet
the City
'Extra'Money office of Monday night-notice'pas takenof '"'-

ton .Florida October: 28 until, 19M 1:15:at which p.m.E.S.T this courtesy, one commissioner ''Tigers flat 1-cyL Moor Sedan. Original! pabt and NO rust 495 .. I

without Extra Work! time, or as soon there after as making the pout that such beesaldn9 Coach ,A real nice little car. Extra clean Inside and out. l
recalMuvingTseen Joe Bundy war singing
will be Near .. Priced this _
be heard they new ar. weekend at onrf
they can ,
read aloud.] a*,expression of appreciation! the mid week blues early in the iI',., ,

Make do. your money work '&* hard asfou opened Said an proposals coverages shall be, with lorthe before.The city put up the lights for. ."weekas'fIat" for' the his approaching Tigers: appear game Remember are the only dealer in Clewiston who can '. ''i"" :a

Our high rate of retunTwill add following expiration night games, the police: and firemen Friday night with Belle Glade, :
lip f fcgularly to help build toUr insured the understanding of all other that policies upon: the handle the >FaMe and help on', the Rams home' field.Bundy .-' 'furnish you with a 1 year or 12,000 mile; G.W. Warranty .Ji I ,,
> noted thai the Tiger "
wits parkings
... a
their eovWorkmen's '
laVlngs quickly and effortlessly! Open agent will commence tad reached their peak during on your used< car. '" ; ii'
.j; -- .' ,
fOUr ate the Seacrest game and bad been 'J. } '- \
: Compensation club chatBy
account with us today.. Country living on the laurels of press
Employers Liability McCONTOLE clippings for the last two games.The Also easy, GMAC financing.Lav?: rates' .and long terms. ,A '
Mc Coverage LETT: :
EARN RENOWI1. General AccidentAuto boys are mot laIW c.
General Life and Last Friday, October 9th. the have the big head, lack the desire
1 ',01: ,.,tt't 1(1&v: J ":tor Liability Ladles Association played a 9- to win and nave an Indifferent .
\a .,t I Tire, Vandalism, etc. maybe hole best baa tournament. The attitude." Bundy said. Motor ,
t Clewiston. Federal Detailed specification's request from winners were Ruth McCarthy: 'We have the team to beat Chuck Wells Co. Inc

'" "''r1 --\;?, obtained upon City Manager Neil Hooks and Bonnie Duf BeHe Glade despite the loss of ,_ .,.1 ..,. I\; . yG

\1 I f'' V Savings and Loan StheOtyHalLCltyofaewijtoa. ran ranee.a. Mr.blind HartteH.bogey and the pro.this boys Afterto;. snap Mann out of provided their slump.the cLEwmoirs ONLY AOTHOHIZEDPONT1AC '

Florida Bonnie Dur- Arm'tackling and brush block
: Coin issi( a .reserve event was won xCt our ) ,- OLDSMOBILE REALM
f The City ing and tackling wIN not be suffMeat 4 .
5 1 .. 'the right, to waive any JnW- racn Friday tbeLydia win to defeat BeHe Glade '
.. sBbids. Tide ; J
e i,t s AssociationClewiston rfl.lltfeV Ud to reject any or travel is Leblgh Acres tat an HTwffl take a.lot ,of 'desire ,PlYU: ,Zr1i101a. ; 1 Susarkad Hwy. aewutoti
M' and au bandy( continued.
City Manager. Invitational tournament 5; barely'got ''bj' 1- ". ,j>v tHendry +Ot >CN ;tVENINas UNTIL ItpO,
.Ire looking forward ..-. fine The Tigers' -., ,...
E .C.r..BLlm. time and good weather I against Sebring and Naples and ,
; Ventura.'A "" --- CN-IOI, Oat,1S: 2t 118& .


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pistol or other firearm at a cite lions. door '' the first Yonda
. and Mr Pat servatism la government 21) BasIUaa Crescent on Sunday Chief of : l Sell. Ol.tlt,
\cgs SIx THE a.EWI3'JON NEWS 0ewIIt0D. J'1a. Charles Butchart evening. not Polls approved by the which I. the Inel day o .t Nue: J'lorld& le. II h
Peter. volunteered their serv ,
"Tba continually expanding home notion.)! ef the God of b.r, 1554.Dated Chas W. Korp
at (Th e
Thursday, October 15. Ilee ices. Miss Patricia Ann Power power of the Communist conspiracy There WM Mcdure DO OM returned ordinances win\ b. enio'. ) this lOUt bF of '.p. .nt Korpq::.uat
and when W. A. tember "14.
and Miss Flna Morrell volunteered In our nation 1* frightening : James
from church service about 9 Chl.f of Police DOROTHY MOORE CLARK : ; Rornh ..
to call the of Informed .
on parent to Clerk
eminent any person CNI01Oet. Circuit Court: .IIIJ
smoke ?
The speaker went on to show children of catechism: age In order For America to be saved from p.m. he MW Camel He and asked a ai, M. 1M4Ckmt'rr H.ndrF *.".", .*norldOotTl tltt Olen I.. our, et nte th0 Ci'r to
Castro take-over Castro to stimulate Interest In th1Ivalu.bla this cruel conspiracy and Its in the living room. and for c,,
bow the Russians helped to call the fire department I, 1J, ... lilt lebets Hend.y, Cnontt. I
get a firm grip on Cuba and phase of children's: powerful allies there will have neighbor and then entered the OTICII 0.TAX APPLlrATlO1f DEED rose Nendr the Mobil" ..r...
that now it would' take an all- lives. to be an awakening of the xoTicag Sale.I undee't : I
I due to drag out burning llv '*..Ia FI....d. .t.toot. a :
attitude house Ch.pter pr.rl.kq,
to Mrs Jack charit,7Ch.Irm.D. t will not be I..U
out war to remove him. De- Scott American people on an unheard- furniture. He had the NOTICE I. hereby given thatWIU.1B responsible for .Act. of nU 1&". Of yCh.a
reported that aha tog room PATRICK, the any Incurred by Helen
l Armas urged Americans to use of-scale. he declared.: Dr. liar control EVA
I The methods used by Castro their right to vote and to takean bad enough Infants' cletnlng for gis is an ordained Protestant fire fairly well under arrived. holder* baa.of the filed'ollowln said certificate orrtlfleat d-/0"0 I'ou.taln.AlonlIO' T. Fountain. Jr.Oct wrPresident lIo"p:
the apparatus
to take over Cuba were discussed active part la government several layettes the clothing minister. when believed to hive for a tai deed to be luimd I, *. IS, II, 1114 John H. Ko
at a meeting of the St Mar By being alert, be said, we having been made by member. The Moore' Haven meeting, The fire was where tharaon. The Crtlfloat number, ,VicwPrnldofl'..
the living room of liauanc, the descriptionef C. Xo...
garet's Altar Society in the Pit would prevent the spread of Mr*. Pat Peter, hospitality sponsored by the Americanism started furniture, a TV set and other year the property, and the name In NOTICE or iimnmov' 'TO CN-todge.rotery.T.....?
t.: Room ef the Glades RestaurantWednesday communism in this country. chairman told the assemblagethat committee of the Woman Club, the article were destroyed.: Thetelepboll' which It wee .......d are a* RBKB1STBM FICTtTtOV NAVE Oat. .. II, 'I. It. ro

evening! October 7. The society meeting opened Ft Charles Stadalnlka has 1* open to the public and admission act bad melted from followaiCr; The undersigned' doe hereby 18"
Lula Armas told the audience with a prayer by Fr. Robert recently lost his father and It la free.Sandhill. bulbs certify that they are Conducting BTOTICK '
i that the taker was aided Hostler. Mrs. DeArmas, president was decided to send FT. StadaVnlkas the beat and electric light He. Tr. D .erlptl.' a Mobile Homes Salsa buelnaac USDBi rlC'l'rrrOI1l
bad become distorted, although 4< 1110 Lot 11. Bile. K, Harlem at Clewlaton Florida, under the WAMIII 'TATtTI
by the fact that those Cubans presided over the business a spiritual bouquet Bee. 10, Twp. 41 Be*. 14 fictitious name .f Hendrr Coun.t Nonce\ I. hereby
i who should have seen It coming meeting that followed. Committee Altar chairman Mr. C. D. they were still burning. "... !. oklrk Mobile Horn Bale and that onder.ign.d.. denim' tigq, that
cranes Assistant blef CTrnle Miller e..es.d said firm Ic composed of the fol. I. bu.ln..a tinder It on
interested in made and HiDe briefed the ladle In the the
1 were politics reports were name '
extensive damage also F. M. DuncanAlt lowing persona whose nam.. and Of 'CLEWI8TON n.
i and took no part in their gov81. church matters discussed.: The care of the altar. said that of said' property belnn In residence are a* fol. lUNA",
members voted to aend a check: It was announced that the bad been caused: In the kitchen, the County of Hendry. State ot lowilB.Ila Block r l e A.1 ?t
spotted by the walls were coated Florida Olade Mobil loll rlorlda, Int.nd. In CIowt'
where Homes,
to the new Boy's Town of South Southwest Coast Deanery meetlag partyBetween that .m. rtrt.
ClothIng Usle.s "h certificate shall Inc, a Florida the
the Maze\ corporation Clrk.
CHURCH Florida located: at Camp Mate- will be held Oct 29 in Leo with soot from be redeemed. according to law. Incorporated under the laws Florist.Court 0' Handy CueCN606 ,t
.I, Belle Glade cumbe, near Perrlne. high Acres. Mrs. DeArmas will 50 and 60 taU Sand and bedding also were badly the property described In sucheertlrlra'e of Florida, April t. u...
will\ be cold to tho1I"b..t Ownership of Belle Olade FRED a:
damaged.The Mobile VANca
attend as a delegate. Also attending hill Cranes were seen In a
Rev. Richard Roaemai, pastor Mrs. Richard Degler. youth at bidder at the Court Homes. Inc. aft w. Canal Be,
Oa6 ,
estimated I
(:.30 '.m. Sunday School chairman asked for aid in replacing will be Mrs. G. N. Pit. a few mile west of Moore damage was 1, U. II, 1M,
if. 10-30: a.m. Divine Worship chairs at the Youth Center zen and Mrs. Pat Peters All Haven on Sunday. between S2000 and 12500. The
8.00: p.m. Wednesday Bible after catechism classes on ladle of the parish are Invited The big birds that stand between cause of the fire was unknown
Class Saturday morning and Mrs. to attend and those wishing\ to three and four feet in although it was believed to have
; r do so should get In contact with 'height and are grey in color started near the TV set

Mr. DeAnna by Oct. 25. with a red forehead were (potted "

Clewiston The' registration and luncheon by Audubon dub members Scouters learnat

\ will be three dollars. A bus tour being guided by George Espen- p ,n may,
I of Lehigb Acres will follow the laub who, said he had never
: meeting. Those desiring to take seen so many of these birds atone SHOWANDOGulf

Church the tour should indicate this in time. The' birds were grouped Boy
Stream Council.
Directory contacting Mrs. DeArmas. in the pasture on the north
America planningits
Scouts of
.. Plans were completed for a side of Highway U.E. 27.
third annual SHOWANDO-
picnic to be held Sunday at the The Audubon party continued
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES ST. MARGARETS' CHURCH Hine home In Sugarland Park. on the wildlife area in the vicinity a training exercise for men connected

Kingdom Rall-m W. El Paso Father Robert A. Hostler Mrs. Charles Butchart. program of Flshesting Creek through with the 93 troops in the

R. Osborn 8.00: '.m. sit 7:00: p.m.-Sunday chairman, Introduced the Ralney Slough and back to U.S. council. t'3x
Sunday Watcbtower Study. Mass. speaker, Mr. DeArmas. 1 by way of Venus. A picnic SHOWANDO will be held at
; 4:15: p.m. 7:00: ..m.-D Weekday Mass supper was enjoyed at campgrounds the Boy Scout Camp near Jupi-

l Tuesday Bible Study 1:00: p.m. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass. near Palmdale. About ter, on Saturday, October 17.

I P'' Thursday Ministry School 7:30: Dr. Hargis speaks 35 varieties of bird were spotted and 23 local scouters who have

p.m. IIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH during the afternoon. completed the Wood Badge

1 Service Meeting 8:30: p.m. 201 N. Francisco Street Saturday nightDr. Making the trip were Mr. course will be the instructors,

I B. J. Goodrich. Minister and Mrs William B. Lanler, assisted by trained volunteer
t NOSTHSIDE MISSIONARY Billy James Hargis, of leaders, and by members of the
1 10:00 Bible Miss Nancy Powers R. A. Cecil
: a.nx- SchooL
Tulsa, founder and director of council staff.
.. Mr. William\ C. Owen, Mrs.
: Communion and
Christian Crusade will In addition to !learning by doing
j 304 N. Francisco: Street speakat Fred C. Slkes, Dr. and Mrs. I.
}I : public in Glade for the men attending
Rev. Julian Pope p.m.-CoromllnloDrsiad a meeting highlights
M. Weetman and Mr. and Mrs.
9:45: a.m...:Sunday School. 7:30: County Auditorium, Moore Haven George Espenlaub. will be a special cookout .

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Worship Service. at 8 o'clock: Saturday evening supper program ideas for

6:30: p.m.-BTC. Wednesday: October 17. His subject troops, displays and an inspirational

7:80: p.m.-EvenDI..orahlp. 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study. will be "A Communist World- McClure home is campfire pro".m.To .
I Wednesday: Must It Be?

C 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. CwMMUNITZ PENTECOSTAL Dr. Hargis has served two
r HOLINESS CHURCH terms as president of "We, the serveDavid
People" national coalition of damaged by fire
I CHURCH OP GOD Sooth Oewtetot a H. Pattlson was noti RETURN
conservative voters. He I 11 author -
Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor
i Jtt SOB* Pacific Avence fied this week of his appoint
of "The Far Left" and other onsiderable damage was
( Rev. H. M. Long 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. ment committee
a* a necrology
books and is nationally known caused by fire and smoke at the
I !/ 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. member for the Florida Funeral
/ 'as a strong advocate of con home of P. J. McClure, Jr. at
t, t 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Directors Association.The .

1, 'fI 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Service. appointment was made

Wednesday: Wednesday: by Richard Pittman, president- PAUL
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service. OCEANS OF HOT WATER I elect of the association, of ROGERSTO

Friday Friday: Naples.

730:. p.m.-Young Peop\\.'. ED1:45: p.m.-Youth Service. / Ion

deavor. / IJ OAt WATT NUT511/

102 E. V. Avenue lIem.b..m7a: : EmQlJ.
407 Royal Palm Arena
Rev Bob L. Christie
9:43: a.m.-Sunday School.
9:43: a.m.-Sunday School : 0 .
: a.m.-Morning Service. -
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship1:00p.m.WestminaterFellow. ... REGULAR AND flRLIC NOTICE
: (::43 p.m.-Training UZIioa.I STUBBY MODELS CONGRESS
I 1:00: p.m.-Evening Service Tour attention it enlltd to Station .
ship. 4-1 of the Cod *f Ordl-
Wednesday .9. ,
Wednesday; > nanc.. of the City of CUwliton.
7:00: p.m.-Officer* and Teachers sea 4-1 BIRD SANCTUARY.
7:30 p.m.-Cholr Practice.FIRST .
The are Included within theoorpor.t.
,' Meeting. boundirl of the city
i 1'1' 8.00: p.m. Midweek Prayer "/ U hereby declar.d to b* a bird
.! METHODIST CHURCH Service. !I sanctuary. It hall b.* unlawful
331 W, Osceola Avenue for any person to shoot at, throw [
8:43: p.m.-cJio1r Poetics II wound, main or kill any bird VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 3rd
.j Rev. David Denslow. Pastor I Inall the City. .
9:43: a.m.-Church School. Also portion of Section lt-1
I: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. I of the Cod. of Ordinance Pals ran er em HTMICT CONCMMIONM CAMPAMK' ryes.
ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH "or by discharging' any sun or
i 7:00: p.m.-Methodist YouthFellowship. (Epteeopal)

207 N. Pacific

II Rev. dark H Domain Vicar TANK-Clou-guard lining over heavy .,
Sunday Service: gauge steel.never chips, crack, corrodes. *
; / 301 Sooth Central Arena Mnet 65
f J. J. Sullivan. Minister 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist QUAUTY INSULATION-Lifetime FIBERGLAS Chevrolet

.... ( Sunday; 10:30: a.m.-Family Service and for maximum insulation.t laves gas, keeps water

? I 10:00: a.m.Bible SchooL Church School. perfectly hot

r r 11:00: a.m.-Worship. Saint and Holy Day a* announced. QUALITY BURNER-Heavy east iron, drilled ports

.'r.if 7:00: p.m.-Worship. adjustable air shutter. ,for top efficiency and
Confusions by
Wednesday: appointment gas-saving economy. .
.' 7:30: p.m.-Midweek' devotions QUALITY CONTROL-RobertsKaw'* Unitrol 200

I'I and Bible Study with chrome cover plato and knobs.t let it and

I i\ CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST loath a.wIateaI
I ,. ., -
s. y Usresdltlea.t
I APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon.\ Pastor .
5 1" Meted
j: Booth Clewbto 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School.

].I Bro. Lather Dixon Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. DOLLARWISE..IrS DEARBORN

10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:00: p.nu-Baptist Training ,

11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Union.
Tuesday: 1:00: p.m.-Worship Bervtav
Glades Gas Co.
7:30: p.nu--Prayer Meeting. Tuesday .
Friday: 1:00: p.nv Brotherhood,

I 7:30: pjn. Young People's Wednesday

Meeting.inHAVEN 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer. DAN MCCARTHY
CHURCH'e,00: p.m.-Choir Practice.: i.
BAPTIST Sugarland Highway Clewiston
i I .. HtfbwayTM -

1. Rev. Vie Turner, Pasta CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF'

.\ r 9:43: a.mv Sunday School. GOD

:' \, 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 213 South Franobee Street
\ 'i ':43 p.nu-Training Union. Jams ..... Klmbrel Pastor _
1 8.00: p.nv-Evening Worship.Wednesday Sunday:

r t. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday' School
t{1, :, 8:00: p.nv Prayer Meeting. 11:00: a.m.Morntag Worship. '

11:00: a.nu-Children's Churcb.t : THRIFTYDRUG

t 7:30 p.nx-Evangvllitlo: Service' ,
1 : Wednesday:
; Becker retort 7:43 .m.-QrIat'* Ambassador
Paul Strickland. Pastor *.

tj 10:00: tun-fiuaday! School. Thursday' ,

11:00: ajnv Morning\ Worship 7JO: p.nu Prayer'' and Bible 'II 1

,. If'.' Wednesday: Study. _.. C1nTold Impale Si por ouf -vkiuvS' ttnn.If /.

:'i.,. 7:00: p.nx-Prayer Meeting. Friday:, Shopper' Special. what you sec moves you waWll wheel
.i''r Saturday 4:00 p.nx-Royal Rangers for you

':110 p.m.-YO\I Meeting.. Boy. CHOICE OF (F... trltIa- lIlU1lU-. ,
499 A ))
Golden brown fillet of blue water One took It those longer, wider Jines tens ._

Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By fish tarter sauce French fries the kind of cu'roll just couldn't buy before you without ft's. of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin becaase. :,
getting Into the higher price brackets. But e&J1enp with a new FuJI Coil m3Pe -

Royal's Inc. cole slaw, hush puppiesor Will]] tell yon a lot MOT: one drive system, teamed It with a ;.Wide-Stance design vA

Clewiston Federal made ow Jetinootli slid
You've ride smoother
got your kind of engine going
; J SAVINGS A LOAN ASffM Baked .' u even halt dozen of them you more stable t than ever. '
macaroni with melted available
: Giddens FurnitureStore dad f.'l'here. .
I 'thi*yutr-aayttdng you name from Beginning to fed like lf your
I quieter
... Floyd Howell, Agent cheese en casserole, crisp tossed meter running I to a va with the authority, ear! ThereTl be BO doubt abort it when yoa,

f wflg Easy: i* Pal. STANDARD' OIL COMPANY salad, hot dinner rolls and fEdti a..... .'alldyg5'.r ,'drive the real thin*atpoarC2lm'OIet4ea1ei"],

The "t,.: butter5&or2for9& 'U-a..enr.t.senile(ZieeH 17.C:1oRJr'f, igstfe-Wf.rwi +.....,....:

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REAL ESTATE ef Women's Cubs be. Thursday October IS, 1964
_.cinD RATES: Foot ISmjn1mum NEW-two bedroom CBS con FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 FOR SALE 1964 three bedroom LOST red billfold. Football The First Annual One Day ; ,.1 I
pet word per 1DIerU0II. struction. 18,500.NORTBSIpE3 bedroom home on northslde. 1% bath trailer Want field. Contact Carol Evans. Session was held Saturday; October i

:11 charge: ; Jour three.1thpr oeUroom frame Payments $61 per month in- take 1625. for my $2100. equity; and YU 2-6431. Oct22o 10 1964, la the Booker T. Introduction _.._-. Celestine church: Sunday; l
the price of Furnished. Immaculate. eludes interest, insurance and up payments Hager. 996- Washington High School Auditorium Mitchell Regular services will be heldas
5(26 or 996-2514, Belle Glade. FOUND Young female bird
yUkon 3-1201 NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, taxes Will accept late model Moore Haven, Tla. Processional: .- .- "Miss Sopho- usual and the time and place "
OctlSp dog. Brown collar with nickel
nONE 9000. car for equity. Phone YU 2- Theme: Implementing our Economic more and Escort": of the weekly meetings are the
studs. Call YU 34011
.,...i whose.. .,race apo ACREAGE as available. WL Nov5c FOR SALE OR RENT-10'xtt' Sheriff E. S. l>1ea..Jr.lto or seeDeputy and Educational Respon Salute to the Queen _. Chorus same
be. elaadfled ads I ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 ROBERT M. two bedroom house trailer. albllltlei Through Community The Occasion.. Sylvia Simmons Mrs. Emma Dixon:. ,
,rkk 'P &*e pallCll"NW bath frame home. Ilardwoedfloors. GIDDENSFOR Call YU 3-2781. tfemiscellaneous Action. Poem .__.. Gwendolyn/ Thomas Reporter
.& 'D.a"""'.. SALE-3-bedroom house Affiliated with the Southeastern Playlet _. The Gem of the
mat) .f tie Noe.fibealro. S25 FHA HOMES In roward, lust off 41 outside city, quiet ANNOUNCEMENTS t WISC Asia of Women's dubs Ocean": By Wilfred Brews Marriage Announcement
& Passes rut* Palm Beach and Dade counties neighborhood carport, utility f for I Salp and the National Association of ter. Mrs Elizabeth Williams announces
let before Wedne various sires and prices. room. Good water, good streets. BLUM sit SONS PLASTERING.!: women's Clubs, Inc.Program Acknowledgements Bennle the marriage of her
Email cash payment For information call MI 25994or REGISTERED!: CITRUS TRIES Very Best Work- Jones granddaughter Miss Janet
bf. FOR RENT Efficiencies: and write P. 0. Box 1S43, Naples FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. We Saw You Money >:00 A.M. ._. Coffee Hour Remarks ... Mr. A. A. Thomas Brumfield, to Walter Lee Dlx
houses as available. Fla. OctlSp 11 ToIl111wlOD. Ons. Fla. Phone Plastering. Simulated Stone 9:00: A.M. .-. Special meeting of School SongRecessional on. The ceremony was performed -
Over 1,000 vacant Iota to select RE 5-2788. tfe Stucco-Free Estimate president and secretaries ._ :Miss Sophomore Monday evening, Oct. 11,
from for all FOR SALE-2 bedroom house Licensed and Insured 9:23 A.M. ... Prelude "Ave and EscortRecessional: 1984. by the Rev. Leroy Holmesat
ISTATE I'yyyfD SAlfI purposes. In Panokee Cash down pay FOR SALE Marla" Audience New Bethel A.M.E.
IAl! prices. Terms.UOVESTMENT. -From the Estate of 25 Years In Business the
: ment or would accept late Glenn E. (Fat) Etherton. One 3850 Lora street Inspirational Moment ?. Mrs. Sponsor .__ Mrs. M. I. Black, Church parsonage The. couple I
THAN AND INCOME: model house trailer finance bal and Mrs, R. C. Blye
GREATER 16' boat and trailer. 1958 M Fort Fla. tic Mayo Teacher will reside in dewlston.
I) for house acreage, PROPERTY. ance. Phone YU 24651.OcUJc HP. Evlnrude motor. 1959 18 ED 7-0171 Myers or OX 43874 9:30 AM. ...._ Mrs. Louise E.: Mr. DIxon Is employed by the
JI' $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent : HP Evlnrude motor. $675. One Taylor President, presiding CHURCH NEWS USS. Corp. ., p
fffaSfSwI CBS construction, $25,000. FOR SALE two 2 bedroom motor cycle 1963 Moped. Rea CUSTOM SEWING'In my home. Meditation Hour .-' Mrs. Sarah Friendship Baptist Rev. L
LONG TERM, low Interest, apartments also 2Vi sonable. Phone YU 2-2821 or YU Formats Jackets, dresses, B. Gamble, President Nae-! H. King pastor
farm cane, grove and ranch land. South Clewiston.acres YU of 2- 24211. tic skirts slip covers, draperies. rema Club; Presiding Sunday School ....?,, -... 9:30 Johnson Cars ,
."IL mortgages, minimum $50,000. 4235. Professional work. Florin Car- Hymn All Hall The Power" Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
SALf.-Z I bedroom house.a LISTINGS NEEDED Oct: 22p FOR SALE Squash In field. You nes. Phone 3-3981 _. Audience B. T. U. SU: Stat. Road 832 South
JOI a.xtorL: YU 2-J03L J. M. LANKFOKD pick Silo: per hamper. Bring evenings.Oct29e: Scripture Mrs. G. W. Smith Evening Worship 7 P.14. Most transportation far your
I. tic Beg.teal) Estate broker REAL [STAT( rOil RENt own container. Contact. Paul Invocation ... R4v. J. B. Davis Monday 7 P.M. Senior money this side of Miami
LAKE 530 East Sugarland Highway Akin. YU 2-2642. OctlSo, SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom Solo _. Mrs. G. D. Rogers Missionary and Circle: No. 1

tWpr00T1.01ON 93,730 *: Fire Auto and General FOR RENT two bedroom FOR SAUfi PayrtD envelopes, made. Complete line of Pledge of Allegiance and National will IPHtTueada1
drapery and fabricsFree
for slip cover
Ego Lake Insurance trailer 1 bedroom trailer, 1 printed with font for social: Anthem ? 7 P.M. ? Circle No.
ftnDI 113/ down Phone tic Clewiston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-061 bedroom apartment, furnished. security withholding and other Van estimates.Call, YU 24831. Greetings *.... Mr. R. Gamble, :2 and Junior Missionary meeting Julia'
5.4635. Cothera's Outom
ford SO Phone YU 2-4064 Uc deductions tkat of 500. Qewlstan Principal. Booker T. Washington Beauty NookFOR
News otflew tf Upholstery. tic High School Tuesday 5:30: ?. Youth Choir
FOR RENT-One and two bedroom Greetings Mrs. O. N. Sykes. Rehearsal THAT NEW WOE

trailers, also large ALL MAKES 21" USED TV Sec., Chamber of Commerce Wednesday 7 P.M. -. No. 1 Tinting Styling, Cutting No
1- Business shady spaces. City sewerage. SETS. Guaranteed. SUM Display Moore Haven, Xla. Choir and Nn. 1 Usher Board Appointments, Friday and '
No pets dewlston Trailer Park. down $14.04 per month. LAKE Greetings .. Mrs. Myna Old- Meeting Saturday;
YU 22661. tfo APPLIANCE CO YUS-TlSLtfo: dens President, Moore Haven Thursday .. Youth Mission For Iaf_.*... CaB SM1SMrs.
FOR RENT-2 bedroom Women's Club At the home of Mrs. Vera Ida Sales, rreprleter
furnished I
FOR SALE-1958 standard shift ClassifiedsSewing Response and Benediction Whltfield
GOULD BROS. house. 341 Haiti. YU I
JOHNSON CARS 24421. ito Ford. Phone YU 27311.OctlSo Representing the H.M.N. dub Friday 7 PM. No. 3 Choir '
Beatk of dewlston were Mrs. Vera and No. 2 Usher Board Meet- Harlem Club ;
sea. $32. PAINT STORE
ELSIE Y. FUTCH WhItfield, local president and log
for your6k FOR SALE-Set of Collier Encyclopaedia Machine Favorite Mixed Drinks, Fried '
lot Mrs.) Alma George Program Saturday 6 P.M. .. Women's Hamburger
IJeensed Centrsetors Insured FOE : with case. Like Chicken
RENT One bedreembouse.
:Winch Repairs Chairman Chorus Rehearsal, 7 Pit- aM other Sandwiches
New. Call YU 24991.
FREE ESTIMATES! Phone YU 24881. tic This day's session wU long be Teachers' Meeting Recorded: Music

FOR RENT-One bedroom mobile Oct29p SINGERSales remembered by aQ present Members are asked to visit Popular Bands .
TNT PhDee DealerCARITHERS 311y B. Bnrarland Hwy. home. Call YU FOR SALE Parakeet $..oe the sick and abut la and give Mr. awl Mrs. Will HaBaee I
Those YD Hill 21236.tfe up Mynah birds African: lovebirds Service The Gem at the Ocean" them words of inspiration and 'N- .

monkeys, cages, supplies. Parts Rentals Presented by Tenth claw cheer.
TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or Pet boarding Thompson Wild The tenth grade of Harlem
RADIO and TV SEE US FORBOTTLED trailer space for rent FairGrounds Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- Brand new touch: and sew Academy presented "The Gem Mt. Calvary Baptist .. Rev. L. Hilton' Grocery
GAS Trailer Park. Phone 1236. tie machines on display at of the Ocean, a Columbus Day M. Kitchens: pastor Groceries Fresh Meats.Vegetables. f
tillS WITH SERVICE 3-3044 tfe CARTTHERS RADIO TV. Program,Friday Oct. 9, In the The First Anniversary of the Cold Drinks Essential j i
Sckef. BJdI. 108 Bond St. AppliancesSalesService FOR SALE-1954 30-ft() Chula Glades MerchantUe Co. Authorized gymnatorlum. The play was church was held last week. A Items
NEW APARTMENTS-One and craft twin 145 engine, 70 watt Singer agent in store written-and directed by Wilfred Visiting minister filled the put We appreciate your patron-
Rune YU 24441 two bedroom. Alrcondltloned.: radio phone 13,850. See George every Saturday. Please call Brewster member of the class. pit each night The services ae. .
Call YU 24675 tee RadloServlce YU 24441 or come in 108 Mr. and Mrs far.le.Hfltesi
Landers TV it Costumes were designed In the were closed Sunday, Oct. 10. I
POWER GASCORPORATION Center. YU 2-1221. Oct29e Bond Street tic 1492 the character Dinner Freprieten
lob Orerholt's FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished era, depleting was served at the
role. Students made props ,
apartments Inquire at FOR SALE-Used building ma
TRAILER SALES for the scenes to return the audience
622 E. Trinidad. Oct22p terials. Lumber, plywood !
HEW and USED cabinets, windows, bathroom all SEE THE NEW to the days. of Columbiaand Elite ,
Cafe and
SIS Central Avenue FOR KENT-Trailers cud Trailer type fixtures. Wholesale prices. his voyage. The chorus of Grocery
YU 3-3101 Palm Trailer the tenth grade girls sang rasa .
spaces: Royal
Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tee Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. Call tical tween and scenes patriotic Miss Sophomore songs be- Corner Tennessee and Fourth StreetsHome 'I
COUNTYThis FOR RENT!: -2 and 3 room furnished M7-0560. Annie Rose Dixon, was presented
& Abstract Co. apartment Phone 2- FOR SALE White enamel 4 Homeat and escorted by the class Cooked Food Sandwiches, Cold Drinks Candles,..

Tttl Abstract-Title Insnraneernblie 127L tfe burner gas stove S30.00. Kelp president, Roy L. Cobb. She Cookies and Ice Cream '
KEATS AND GROCERIES_. Stenographer! vlnator refrigerator $35.00 Cash. was attired In mint green with Exclusive Atmosphere
Open 7s* m. tol p.m. 'rhetoeenrbg DnpUeatbg FOR RENT-3 bedroom house, See at 432 El Paso after 7:00: white accessories.Programme: Service with a smileDon't
Bride St. and Part Are.LaBene. 2 baths, completely: furnished. EHRLICH'S.Mobile
S3toSp.m. Iii P. O. Hex (41OKinre Northslde $125 a month. Phone pm. OcU5c Prelude forget to purchase a Clewiston .News I,
S-M.1 YU 22571. Nov5e Home t'
Six Days a Week Silent Prayer YUkon 2-765!
FOR RENT-Small house. Furnished Will TRADEmix Court Song "America The Beautiful"
EVINRUDESales unfurnished.. $:IS Audience ;
2 Bedroom
tu Tour Spur of Moment per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 TRADE tota er acreage
Picnics: E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson for good Lake lot to build a 400.00 DOWNMOTEL .T'" I
| hi lOta East of Oewistoo and ServiceNew tic cabin on In Lake Placid.: Bill ,

Bars Beach Blum, 3650 Lora St., Ft Myers.
and Used Haters FOR RENT Apartment furnished Fla. tfe The'Jeep'Wagoneerwith4 wheeldrivc r''
single person. Jack:
Attention Cattlemen Marts and HardwareParts Aeeeeseries Scott. 220 E. Arcade. tie has twice the traction of ordinary station wagons: .

In h IU tine te eeaeeTUaUf Marine" Safety EqvlpneBirhesie FOR RENT-I room house fur miscellaneous WantedWANTEDMobne Small motel and house, I

*Ms. with a lee* lens TVksei Will nished. Call YU 21236. all completely furnished
In..IMF. Uw Interest rake, tic showing good operating ,
wIth home salesman
R. E.
WALDRONFor FOR RENT-One double room! hours.Call Income. .r R
Arrange your own
Federal Land Bank one single room. Private en- Hendrjr County Mobile Perfect for family looking
trance.: Working people only. Home Sales. YU 34031. Across for small Investment to
hear WriteW.I. prompt Efficient No children No late show ad-
from post office: Ito give addlttona11ncome.; I
MAT Home deliveryOF dicts. See at 432 El Paso after
'THE MIAMI DLUD 7:00: pm. OctlSc: EARN $20 per day or more in Priced $30,000with
Ii lie Valeald Bafldhif permanent route work. Will
......". Fierlds Call Bobby GidoVnsTUS1SM FOR RENT-3 bedroom house. train man or woman if inexpe- little
furnished. 314 E. Alverdex. CM asi >
Partly rienced. Write Mr. HEATH, I
YU 24615. Itp Box 27M, Memphis 2, Tenn.OctZfc. I $5,000 down
Williams Electric : ,

fftr. 10501r AD AppDQCIII Tampa Tribune MOBILE. HOMES 1 FOR SALE WANTED full or part-time Win Take Home or Land l 919 '1

eelrieal CeDtr.eUar work.' General ledger book- As Down Payment

| *. .. and FOR SALE-lO'xtt' a bedroom keeper, fifteen years experience. See your local brokeror
a nOM S1S21HATHCOCK'S payrolls
Peerless Trsfler. Pacific TraB- Will also accept
Ft. Myers er Park. YU 2498L Oct22p: and accounts to be done In my
home. Call YU 27261. ?
New Press FOR SALE 45-ft house trailer, Novae Chuck Bundichu f

&t'1'o ltU.Es .. 2-bedroom with 2 rooms add- LEE COUNTY
BnTlCK Home Delivery fenced. NOW ACCEPTING applications -
arAVUNr a ed on Two 10x115 lots MOBTQAOES
2ATION IIE.VICKOPElf W. 0. CAMPBELL: $3500 See George Landers TV for cashiers aDd sales FL Myers I

ALL NIGHT Phone :9-1791 It Radio Service Center, YU 2- clerks. Contact Gary Scott. OXford 4-2114 Box 1408 ,
__ Iner t'Ieeer 122U Oct29c: Thrifty; Drugs lt. It takes to suuxf lIb.beach buggy.The

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'Jeep'Wegonear ,gives,! you s neW sense of tierful confidence to all your drMng.: ,i I.

ATTENTION! FOR freedom. Now you can go where you!! .want Not And your'Jeep'Wsgoneer Is definitely a family I i
HENDRY COUNTY attire the road lets you The r.llon' 'Jeep wagon. Optional automatic transmission power4wheat ,
drivel Just pull one simple lever and your steering, power brakes, plus easy riding comfort
fanners, Cane Growers and Ranchers Jeep' Wagoneer will take you ot-the-road..to( I and: the:largest load apece of any wagon In Its nekl'' ..
SALE new world of tan and aafeiy. make tt perfect for Mom's shopping' or picnicking. ,
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND HOME SALESAcross Follow tile dunes right down to the sea.Or take Find sot what 4-wheel driving can do for your
WISELY MOBILE the snow covered road to the top of the hill.The family. See yew'Jeep' dealer and drive I
PLAN YOURFINANCING 'Jeep' Wagoneer with 4-whetl drive has twice the the "Unstoppables.. "

:'.2V2 Acres traction\ ordinary station wagons. It sdds s wonKAi RzR Jeep co" D1fATlQN ne t
( from Post Office) !

A I.A.r.na B4NK lIortra.LOAN_ /5 Acres First i j
C'" T. really new
t Uflaaaee debt. Now has on display ,

/ **... farsa ............ mew bu l&ap. swA 25 Acres .

Jl1rbd. aaehhes sad ***** 1rrIa....., in :
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a ? cvehaae aaere Ia..el.. a. tarn,.ireve er rasek.rarcaase Lamplighter, Armor and Flame Muck Land family) wagon years:4 1 If

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lilt, ...... capital rods the faro tatltTftfa 640 Acres '
W W TBE81 BANK: ADV.\N1'4GJES 104M Mobile Homes :Jeep'Wagoneer! .

L Lewer lass,.,... ., 1280 Acres ) i, j i

Ienq (lIP te 21 years).
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beJe..ble nrlee (setting arrtcnltareN ezelusstvety 3500 Acres with 4-wheel drive.
L uses 1117). I

L hD Letl "*Psymeat** >y leeal privflecea seeple familiar ,wwi.Meal any *- New and Used ;4i

w'ftItv.ear M. II 50 homes available for your selection at) our three DadeMonroeRealty Waldron Motors ; Ii il ilcLlSIFIED

:. MAY aenlee te .. please write er phesieMR. Clewiaton Belle Glade and S brlnq.
er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Asst. Mtr locations In .

Federal Land Bank' Association Phone YU 3-3031 Clevruton, Florida 309 W. lagarUftd Highway 841 E. Sugarland Hwy. CIcwuton, Florida t, !

Sell Trade TVkeai S-I94 See JeeP vehicles in action TV I
kfcttufBradenton We Buy on f _. ,

51 BTUDENTOJC. FIX CBS Eve. News with Walter Cronkite" ((6:30 pm, Ch. 4)) ,

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THE' CLEWISTON MEWS OwUtoo, Florid TaxationJune

Thursday. October 15. 1984

30. 1954: Voted against Increasing: the annual
personal-Income-tax: : exemption from 8600 to
8700 and deleting! provisions granting dividend exclusion

"r and tax: credit Rejected 4549 (CD 434; R )

,. 24SJune) II. usa: Voted for a 88 billion tax cut Rejected

2345 (CD 20-24; R 341))
June ZOo 1958: Voted to reduce taxes on small _

"I corporations and Increase taxes on large corpora s- ,?

t \ rI tions. Rejected 3443 (D 22.19; R 12-26)) If'ki'. t rM1

I ,! ''t June 25. 1959-: Voted again the 4 percent tax _
) credit on dividend Income. Passed 4741 (CD 44-7; R
: j
t. 3-24)). _

June 23. 1962;..Voted against increasing the debt
limit temporarily to 8308 billion. Passed 5544 (CD

I 142-14; R 12-20). ,if:' ,

I < : ; Sept"6. 1962: Voted against the Revenue Act of

1962. with provision to expand investment tax credits
'-i : ) and restrict
i ; expense account deduction Passed
y 5W4 (CD 40-14; R 1940)).
f fI J Reveat 8. 1963V; Voted against ..
provide additional
I i Service: fund by 820 million to
enforcement scents (designed/ to increase
: collections: ) Rejected 29-57 (ID 29-28. R 041)).
Feb. 5,.1964-: Voted. "against increasing the minimum

RECORD ; standard deduction for each taxpayer and his
I, dependent by 8100 and reduce the corporate: incometax i
: rate to CD'percent rather than 48 percent ReJected -
aAi i 23-71 ( 2141: rf 2-30)).
r. : Feb. 6. 116f:> Announced against reducing theoildepletion Mgylj'bWll -
: allowance: from 274 percent to 20 percent /
;!M' ....., ..' and the allowance: for certain other minerals 4 pY
1J.J .; from 23 to 20 percent over a three-year period. 1964- a
'1'i:: / | 86. Rejected 3341 (CD 25-41: R 8-20)). Y ,1
Feb. T. 1964: Voted against the Revenue Act of G'
; This reports Barry Goldwater's Senate 1964 cutting personal and corporate taxes by 8119
page .. billion over a two-year'period. Passed 77-21 (ID 56-
U; R 21-10)),
'''''' record legislation. Compilations !
voting major
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cited here are from Congressional Quarterly. Housing, urban renewal ",.

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,,. ."..... May 29, 1957: Voted against authorizing the construction : -
II' ".: of
.. 200.000 additional low-cost: public hous
r" 'w ing_ unit per year. Rejected 20-54 ID( 17-22; R 342)).
Civil rights : Health welfare June 8. 1961: Voted to reduce by 8700 million
,, ,
.., the authorization for urban-renewal grants Rejected
38-65 (ID 1446; R 24-9)).'
June 12. 1961rr
July 24. 1957: Voted to eliminate section of the July ZOo 1962-: Voted to reduce Labor and Health 52-8 861; billion R 12-17)/mt in) housing:.programs. Passed 84-25 (CD

civil-rlgbU bill authorizing the attorney general to Education, and Welfare appropriation. by 5 percent June 28, 1961: Voted against authorization of
j Institute civil action for preventive relief In civ Rejected 3043 (D 9-41] R 21-2) v. 84,88 billion in housing program. Passed 53-38 (CD
'right cues under the 14th Amendment. .Fused May 27. 1963: Voted to authorize 8848.S million 48-11; R 5-27)).
52-38 CD( 34-13; R 18-25): ). for research, treatment and construction programfor
Feb. 2..I960-: Paired against the Holland amendment mentally ill. Passed 72-1.CI1( 494.5; 23-1)).,
to the Constitution to prohibit the use of the
poll tax: : or property requirements as qualificationsfor Federal controls and resources

voting in federal election Passed 72-18. (CD 43- Labor
13; R 29-3).
May 17. 1961: Voted to prohibit withholding of -
'school aid because of racial segregation in the May S, 1953: Voted,to give the states title and .
schools. Rejected 25-70 (CD 1944; R 8-26)). control of tideland areas within their boundaries. Barry Goldwajfer t *
Aug. 30. 1961:: Voted to extend the Civil Rights June 13, 1958: .Voted to give union member Passed 5645 (CD 21-25; R 35-9)). h *
i Commission for two years. Passed, 7019.D, ( 41-18; right to sue in federal courts against misuse of \union June 12. 1962- Voted to eliminate 324 million in JI- !" !
R 29-1)). funds..Rejected 42-47 ID( 5-42; R 37$). subsidies to small producers of lead and zinc. Rejected : '. ': ;

1 March 27. 1962: Voted to approve constitutionalamendment June 16. 1958: Voted to' require employer to : 36-52 (CD 1046; R 26-6)). t ,!*. .
; binning poll tax in federal elections.. sign non-Communist affidavits (Un order to gain access : Aug 17. 1962: Voted to establish private corporation "
Passed 77-18 CD( 47-15.: R 30-1)) to the National Labor Relations Board and to to operate a commercial communication "
June 13. rit: Voted for the Byrd amendment retain similar Taft-Hartley requirement for union satellite system. Passed 68-11 (ID 37-11;. R 294).
all officer. Passed 86-20 (CD 30-17; R 364)). April 9, 1963: Voted to permit prospecting and '
cowering( April 24. 1959.: Voted to extend and tighten. Taft mining to continue in the wilderness system through AgricultureAug. &pt.t 19, 1962: Voted against the Trade apse
18-38.; R 5-25)). Hartley ban on secondary boycotts. Rejected 41-50 1977 Rejected 2648 CD( 948.: R 174)). sloe Act of 1962. Passed 784 CD( 56-1; R 2211.Dec ).
I' June II, 1964.: Voted against the. Civil Rights (ID 16-43; R 25-7)). April 9, 1963: Voted against the establishment 19. 1963: Voted against killing a provision
: I .Act of 1964. Passed 73-27 (CD 48-21; R 27-8)), April 24, 1959: Voted to require secret ballot 6f a national wilderness preservation system. Passed to prohibit Export-Import Bank guarantees t of turvate
strike votes before any strike could: take place. Rejected 73-12 (D 544; R 19-6)). credit for sale to Communist countries Parr
i JI. 2840 (CD 12-46: R 18-14)) Oct. 2. 1963: Voted against extending 1960 fish- 9.; 1954: Voted for price: supports for five ed 5242 .(D'44-16; R 8-16)), '

: ...,. -... Aug. 17. 1960: Voted to reduce proposed !Increases ing-vessel-subsldy program for five years and authorizing basic: crops on a flexible scale ranging from 82.5 to
.Government in, minimum-wage coverage from S million 810 million annually. Passed 57-14 (CD 44- 90 percent parity in 1955. Passed 4944 (D 1045;

to 280,000 additional persons. Rejected 39-56, CD( 19- 6; R<134>. .., R 394)). Social security and medicine
44; R 20-12)) : .(t, March 13. 19sa- Voted against the establishment .
Aug 18, 1960: Voted against raising minimum of a domestic parity plan for wheat Fund 5449
i to 8125 and extend coverage to 4 million additional United' ID 37-10; R 17-29).
May 21,1954: Announced In favor of a constitutional wage worker Passed 82-34 (CD ; ).' nationsApril March 19.1956: Voted to require tinner* to put '
amendment guaranteeing 18-year-olds the > April 19. 1961: Voted to reduce 8proposed increases I'.. a certain portion of their land into the soil bank in July 17. 1954!!' Voted against adding a I11iIDI
right to vote Rejected 34-24 (D 27-0; R 7-24)) (two- in minimum wage coverage from 4.1 million order to receive price supports Passed 4848 (CD of disability benefit payable to disabled person
thirds vote required). R 36-9)). social security old-age insurance:
to IJ million additional persons. Rejected 39- 1247; 50 or older) to :
I May 14. 1984: Voted against the Mansfield motion 58 (CD 2043 R 19-13)) 5. 1962: Voted against authorizing 8100 May 22, 1951: Announced In favor of limiting! aystem. Adopted 4748 (CD 41-7; R 848))
to table a resolution to authorize the Senate 11,1961Paired: : against the Manpower De. million llll loans to the UN. Pissed 7042 (CD 48-11? 835,000 the total amount of price-support: loan per July 11. 1958: Voted to make social-security
I Rules and Administration Committee through Sept. Sept and Training Act Passed 60-31 (CD 44- R 22-11)). person per year Passed 57-20 (CD Sl.zoR: 26-0) benefit available to'women at age 82 Instead of
\ 1. 186f. to Investigate senators and all employee of velopment (? Aug. 21. 1962: Voted to require the Secretary at age 65. Passed 86-7 (CD 46-2; R 404)).
the Senate with respect to "any financial or bust- 14; R 18-17)). Agriculture to submit a plan to abolish aD. support Aug. 23. 1960 Voted against providing side.
ness interests or activities including activities involving and controls. Rejected' 1745 (ID 342; S 34-13). medical benefit financed by the social-MCurity: par-
the giving or receiving of campaign funds Disarmament I March 6, 1964: Paired against the administra roll' tax. Rejected 4441 CD( 43-19; R 142)).
under questionable circumstances," In order to uncover Spending : tion's wheat and cotton farm bill. Passed 5343 (ID Aug. 23. 1960: Voted against authorizing 1bekerrMills
any conflict or improperiety. Tabled 42-33 ,$D I 48-14; R 841). program of federal grant to states for
42-8; R 0-24)). medical care of low-income aged, with state participation
July 2. 1964: Voted against the Morse amendment of Sept 8,1961C Goldwater amendment to eliminate optional. Passed 91-2 (CD 80-1; R 3.r).
/ to require all federal officials, salaried at Aug. 23. 1911! Voted against an authorization the authority of the Arm Control and DisarmamentAgency Trade policiesMay July 12.'1962: Voted for a special program or
; 810,000 or more annually Member of Congress, 8655 minion to train unemployed worker Passed to conduct and coordinate disarmament re federal matching: grant to the states for healttt ear
': high-ranking armed-forces officers, and officers of 8041 CD( 44-14; R 18-17))). search Rejected 4346 (CD 2048; R 234)). for the aged with state participation optional, Is-
? the Republican and Democratic National Committees April 3, 1983: Voted to reduce federal particlpa-: Sept 23. 1963: Goldwater reservation to llmited- stead of a federal health program for the abed nnaVed -
,' to dlscloee annually their sources of income, tan In urban mass transportation grants program nuclear-test-ban: treaty making it conditional oa through the social-security payroll tax system"
I (valued at $100 or more) assets and liabilities. from two-thirds to one-half of net program cost Rejected complete Soviet military withdrawal from Cuba. 4. 1955 Voted to make future reciprocal: : Rejected 3440 (D 7-4IrR; 274)).
ted contributions received. Rejected 25-88 (CD 2041 44-47 (CD 19-42; R 254)). Rejected. 17-78 (CD 7-54; R 10-21)). trade agreement subject to congressional: veto. Rejected July 17. 1962: Voted to table the adrninlitrsHoe
\ ; R MS). April 4. 1913: Voted against providing matching Sept 84. 1963: Voted against ratification of llnvitednucleartestban 13-73 (ID 943; R 440)) proposal for federal health Insurance: program OT
for urban mass-transit programs. Passed 32- treaty. Ratified, 80-19 (ID 55-11; Aug. 11. 1958-: Voted against extending the Reciprocal the aged financed through the oclal security 957
grant R 254)). Trade Program through Joa' 30. 1962. roll tax system. Adopted 8248 CD( 2M3'? K 314).
: 41 (CD 46-17; R Passed 72-18 (CD 404; R 32-12))
Public worksJan. April 10. 19131 Voted to kffl aerogram Sept 11. 1962: Voted to restore "peril point-
I Youth Conservation Corp Rejected procedure to trade-expansln bilL Rejected 3840
44; R 254). Security (CD 1340: R 25-0)) Federal salaries
April 10, 1983: Voted against passage of the Sept 18, 1962: Voted to establish a legislative ,
ZOo 1954.: Voted for the development of the, Youth Employment Act establishing the Youth Conservation committee to approve trade agreeiueut (thus re
st. Lawrence seaway Passed 61-33 (CD 25-18; K Corp Passed 8044 (CD 43-14; R 7-80)). ducing executive-branch: authority to tower tariff)
) June 26,1963: Voted against an increase of area Dee. I, 1954: Voted against censure: of Sea. Joseph Rejected 1345 (CD 2-51r R 11-14. July J. 1960: Voted against ******** $:J
21151.May 25. 1954: Voted to reduce by 83.T minion redevelopment aid by 8455.5 million. Passed 8540D R. McCarthy >,. Passed 11. Sept. 18. 1962: Voted to eliminate proposed program percent pay increase for I.* million; federal
funds for maintenance and operation of navigationand ( 53-9; R 12-21)) 221D44-0R22-22)( ; ). to aid firm and worker adversely affected ploy.... Passed by two-third majority rover
flood-control project: Rejected 4-81 (CD 2-38; Aug. 14,1963: Voted against passage of the National July 23. 1959: Voted to kill bill to eliminate loyalty by trade expansion act Rejected: 2348 (CD 8-50; R executive veto 7444 (ID> 5547 53945).
R 2-43)) Service Corps Act: establishing a program of oath requirement for students seeking federal 184)). July 2. 1984: Voted for biD raising .*!ldea
July 22 1954: Voted against authorizing a federal volunteer public service and authorizing 815 minion educational funds. Passed, 4942. (ID 2844; R 234). negotiaW9t: Voted to reduce the president's federal employees! executive: judge, and IIItIII e
atomic power program giving preference to Passed 47-44 (CD 44-16; R 3-28)). v trade authority from five year to three. of Congress by 85588 taiOoau Passed 38-21 ID
public bodies in excess power disposal. Passed 45- for July two years.23 1964: Voted against the Economist: Op Rejected: za- l .ID( 5-511; R 23-5). 12; R 154)

( ; R 8-35)). 8947.2 million in DefenseJuly I
of 1964 authorizing
41Me' Act
28. 1962: Voted against authorizing a with pro.: croY' for a variety of federal aattpoverty program .
gram for job-creating public work in areas In
heavy unemployment! Passed 44-33' (CD 39-8: R 5-24)). and an Office of Economic Opportunity direct and '
1963 Voted to reduce by 8200 million the Executive: Office of the President
May 1. : 61-34 (CD 51-12 R
funds for accelerated public work. Rejected: 2660ID coordinate the project Passed ; 13,1959: Voted against a Symington amendment -
( 5-53; R 21-7)). 10-22). to increase Army procurement funds from
81.450.000,000 to 81,883.900.000 and designate 8453 million
\ \ of the total,for modernizing Army combat i
II equipment Rejected 434$ (ID 40-19; R 3-29)).
I Announced in favor of authorizing I'
. I I .' I July 28,1961: EducationJune
Foreign aid 89583 million in additional defense appropriation.
Passed- (D 51-0; R 3041.Aug .
(CD 38-13 3,1961: Voted Against eliminating 8528 mO- 24.1953" : that aid to higher
81-23 ; of
ttT billion
June 6. 1958: Voted to kill a policy declaration Alliance for Progress. lion appro for procurement of B-S2 or B-68 revenue from United states leasing program 21-n.)
the out 411R
favoring United State economic aid R 23-10)). bomber Rejected 447 (ID 246, R 241)). er continental! shelf be used for education. Passed 89-17 (CD OoW -mtft
to India. Rejected 3547 (CD 1240; R 23-17)). Oct. 1. 1881: Voted against providing 8783 June 13 1962: Voted against reducing by 8320 grant unless needed for a national educational defense Sept .12,. 1963: Voted for the ;
: million more in foreign assistance: than provided minion funds for of the RS-70 all! 'craft Tower amendment to eliminate the ProTiin113
July I. 1151: Voted for cutting the Develop. HousePassed 47-28 (CD 33- development 'emergency. Psssed 4547 (CD :H-71 R 11-30))). loan to students of medicine: dentistry
ment Loan Fund authorization from S3 billion for by the Rejected 13-74 (512.43( ; R 141)). 13, 158.: National R 12-15)).
for two year to 8700 million for on* year. Rejected ,16; R 14-12)). 31,1962: Announced against reducing NASA 'Defense Education Act.pawed 6126(CD 35-10 osteopathy.Rejected 1843 CD( ; to cut
30-50 (D 2044; R 10-16)).' Oct 1. 1962: Voted against reducing by tundu by $101.9"million.. Rejected j 448. million the appropriation for military aid. 143). Au,. '13. 1951 authorized 'vocational education funds ny.
the Prell- 8150 : Voted against
Voted to require creation of period
July 7. 1959: country-by-country Rejected 3541 (CD 23-21; R 12-13)). Msy'1. 1963: Voted to eliminate 830 minion appropriation 150.000-member Youth Conservation a estimated 8805 million over a flv..r tud1
dent to submit detailed : million for Defense. Rejected: 1845 (CD 10- Corp to and delete all sections: providing work*
to congressional committees with future Oct.< 1. 1962: Voted to reduce by 8200 Civil combat delinquency and aid conservation.
budget request Rejected 17--3 (CD the appropriation for development lnaDI.Rej.cted 43;. R 8-20))). Passed 4745 : foreign-aid
Sept 26. 1963: Voted to authorize31.2 billion Rejected 2343 (CD 845; R 17-7)).
). 3440 (D 17-32; R 174)) July a. 1959- Voted against providing edu .
fr' fi 23: Auk 19 1960: Paired against Increasing Oct 2. 1982: Voted against providing 84 4\ annually for pay Increase for the armed force. .cational loans and grants for 1953-1963 military Oct 21.1963: Ooldwater amendment to .tou.milia. r
"r and of con ,
services adoption If.otl
fiscal Coast Guard other : veterans. Passed .. prova10111! for 1900 mIWoIIla
3100 million the authorization for the rautuVecurlty billion in mWtary and economic aid for 4949 (CD 49-10 R 0-29).
by 53-0 R 284).
ference report. Passed 794 (CD ;
fund. R 184)) : March 21.1961: academlefacllltle* from a bill "tbjSlf
) CD 39-15
: (foreign-aid 1963 Passed 57-24 ( ; Nov. ZOo 1963: Paired for an amendment to reduce = ofederalatoe authorizing
Pasted 59-14 (CD 36-14; R 23-0)). 1963: Voted again tthe Foreign Administration of educational five-year 81493.000.000 program 1JJJ
Nov. 15. National Aeronautic and Space
$190 : TV. facilities. Passed 67-13 grant and loan for construction ofP2rt
Aug. 21. 1960: Voted against restoring Assistance Act of 1963 authorizing an appro fund by 8519 million. Rejected 3641'ID( 2343; R (CD 48-7; R 194)). : Rejected
the mutualsecurity and May 17. 1961: Voted for and private college facilities.
minion previously! cut from 83.702,365,000 for fiscal 1964 returning I per- '.
Passed 58-31 (D 31-23; R 25-8>. priationof of restriction on administration 11131.Feb. cent of federal income taxes to each state for iD 1246; R 1-17)-) ,
adding a number 27, 1964: Voted against a defense-procure: educational the
Aug. 16. 1961: Voted to prohibit.jnUlitary of the foreign-aid program. Passed 83-17 ment amendment to delete 852 million authorizedfor R. 18-17)), purposes. Rejected: 3044 (D 1447; Nov. 2S, 1913: Voted against extend.meodln'federal
aid to Western Europe on a grant basis ex. bomber to replace 1936 Library Service Art to
burden. Rejected (ID 43-lOi: R 20-7)). development of an advanced 23. 1961: aid for- urbae (U* !
in case of undue economic 2044 (CD establish to library services to :
dept Voted against the 13273. current bomber in the 1970's. Rejected ai foraschool ".ili
1963 credit
Dec. 19. : million a
22-70 (CD 1941; R 3-29)). construction: rural) area. Increase to 825
19-36 R 1-28)),
Aug. 24,1981: Voted to reduce Peace Corp appropriation bill. Passed ; and tax relief for parent of college student federal grant for library service and authorize
authorization from $40 million to 825 million. -J1D- ; R 15-10)). Rejected 10-79 (CD 345: R 7-24)). 820 million annually for grant the '?%
Voted against authorizing May U. 1981: Voted against a to km tor construction of public libraries. Passed
Rejected awl (D 8-51; R 244)) Jan 14. 1964: Goldwater move .
: Auf. 31. 1961: Voted against authorizing 8461.760,000 in additional United State con.tributlons Foreign affairs, a construction of amendment private to authorize loan for 7 (CD 84-1; R 234)) ..-

I s.l. $U bflnoo to foreign aid for fiscal 1962. PasT *- to the Inter-American DevelopmentBank. 66-25 (CD 514; R 15-16).schools.: Motion carried Feb. 4. 1964: Voted for an amendment Income
1.14 *> 48J4-: R 21-10)) Passed 45-24 (CD 30-16; R 1S4)). Sept: U. 1961 lowing student to deduct from earned
,,I against making a new'' : Voted to extend the inv higher educational for tuition poote:
I June'i, MaiVoted Jan 20. 1964: Voted against authorizing1 pacted-areas-eduraUon expenses ,Ied
,/ fiscal 1963 authorisation for economic aid of 8312 million In United States contribution to Feb. 28 1954: Voted for the George version of tional Defense Education program and the Na fees, and related Hem with a maxtoutn gmdesl'
and providing a four-year author. Association. the Bricker constitutional amendment limitingtreatymaking Passed Act for two year uc ion of tl,20 for undergraduate .
i : 81.908,900,000 the International Development : 80-7 J''t 1 bOUon. unertk million to Pasted 3841 CD( 28-16; R 10-13)) power of the' president (Two-third Feb. 8, 19 2: Voted against and 81500 for "graduate, student. Jtejetted
)' kcal 1ted63 aid to a under majority, or 61. needed),. Rejected 8041 (D 28-16; authorizing a 47 (CD 1547; R 324)).-,
t : R 33-U).
March 18.. 1961: Voted" against the convention
t I with 19 nation creating the OECD. Ratified T218D
f .7; ; permission. ,) ( 48-11 r R 24-7). (THIS ADVERTISEM22e'PAID : .GOLDV7AW; COMMITTEE

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