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Creation Date: October 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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eX Manson grand champ Dedicated to 'the advancement of Hendry County' and America' Sweetest Town" I',


VOLUME 37 NUMBER!: 43 CLEWI t TON, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. 145.3. fM. Subscription: $4.00 year t'P



Dallas Brahman show

.

Sugar cane harvest starts

owued by the declaareld'tea average quality In cattle. The gain began to look with favor
\ total of 22 breeders entered was
"II on the larger
O 'JCI'llIon! d believed to be a record. The U.S. entries

,asOp\ suir ran-National*t the Senior Brah- Thursday.snowing of the cattle was last er placed Miss Sugar's second Cotulla two-year-old to of Sugarland the cow bell that 237\ v t 4 after one day rain delay :

Pan .
recent This was VS. Sugar's first was declared "National Grand

stte livestock Exposition experience In a national show, Champion Cow" although eight n

the company: having withdrawn months younger than the win '.
Dill's.Iwd") Rex MansonL Its stock from all shows for 15 ner. Lafcr the heifer
declared "Premier year prior to last season. The for "National competed Cane burning began In the because of the heavy rains of to be up to projection There
** trII Reserve Grand field of the U.S. Sugar Corporation Isbell. was little breakage
Florida" for had decided I
Bull of company not to Champion" but
was edged out
,ja\ I season. won the top show its cattle because of the by an entry from Louisiana. on Sunday and on Mon Cutting in some place maybe When the company' Eastern I
day morning cutter moved into slow work because of the
exposition.TL trend toward Division get Into action over
smaller
.Til
Texas
compact: 4
the Ranch en- animal this trend S 1.. Crochet, vice president the field to begin the harvest flattening] of some can by bur the weekend there will be more I
Sugarland -: running
In charge of cattle sales and of this ....on.* crop. The schedule ricanes Cleo and label but the In I
fared well in the com-: counter to the company' belief than 2.000 cutter the fields
sip that Inasmuch as beef is sold purchasing for the sugar company was pushed back one day crop nevertheless wa expected: This work force Is recruited'
'9oLyo was present at the Dallas from Islands of the Weaf Indies
by the pound It
national show It sponj was more profItable exposition and said
he well
was and about half of them are un
Brah- to grow the larger animals.
>,. the American pleased with the results experienced In cane cutting: I
Association ev- U. S. 27 4 months from
In completion t
II Breeders The the individual age classes ; This together with .the lore
This one : returned
company
live years. to i
the
torw company competed: In .
a total muscle that are experienced:
best, having the competition last year as the I
II to br the of seven classes and wound h- during the first few day of
.JI Ubltori and the best trend was reversed and judges up with one first two second: 6.5 miles complete remain unused work will keep down product:

and four third place winners. tion to some extent for tie first j

Demonstration of f fire controlmethods In the group classes the company .I week 4

entries took first in "Best T Four-laning of US 27 to South Grinding began on Tuesday
I Pair of Bulls bred and owned by Bay will be completed: in about dirt.What appears to be a possible and the heavy equipment I in the

auditorium the exhibitor" and second in four months, B. M. Woolbrlght access road on the banks of the mill here, put Into tiptop shape I

Is is given "Getcr-Sir*."-tour animal all TECHNICIAN VERNON HALE *l torn Oil Cempany explains St., State Road Department Miami Canal 1 not a public roadat during the oft season will now .

by one lire, both sexes represented the Hewing *f Bed Cattle N*. > I* Ceatreasman Fan resident engineer told The Clew. all ;It la the right of way of run day and night throughout 'I N
Third, fourth and sixth isbn New this week. The final the Central and Southern Florida the season. I
llgus himself on fire Methods of carrying Rogers at the well alto Saturday. Leaking
patient Bob k
set places were taken In other M are Smith contract by Rubin Construe Flood Control District said The Glades County Sugar Coop :
but It was allrfc from the of blare with- left, and Charles E.
% scene a HIDer
,l last\ Monday classes Jr.ATA17YDOTO '
lion Company, West Palm Woolbrlght There are legal restriction plan to start burning and t ,
of saving a lifefht out causing Injury to the person
purpose Crochet pointed out that his f Beach firm la proceeding: well to the state paying cutting on Nov 1 and grinding I
thaa losing one. doing the carrying also company: has an option to pur- and la now approximately 70% money for maintaining a road on Nov. 3. The coop expects) to

I ]*! Robert McGrath lire rolled were shown "Patients" were chase the bull that was named President Hoover complete The contract 1* for now owned by the state, even grind 540.000 ton this .season
1 from beds
blanketson
ipeclallst.: Uy on a bed. onto "National Reserve Grand 8.S mile of four-lanlng, and almost if FeD were willing to permit which compare with 2T7.000 e
the floor and carried
d Us body with a gaso- away, Champion Bull", a two-year-old every foot of It 1 11 alonga Its use he added ton last season.
ed 1 sheet of asbestos other were draped across the animal !
The company is expected : : new route.Complete
t ucbd a match to It a* back for or slung piggyback style to exercise' : : this option with humanitarian; and and now In use i I. )

t of his demonstration of transportA the result that it will own both the first contract, of approximately -

toot techniques for hoe- dewtston Volunteer Fir the "National Grand Champion 5.S miles, completed by Dr. Watkins will address : l
:
1 oftali! nurse and at- Department truck was on the Bull" and the "National Reserve R. B Potashnlck, of Cape GI- \i i

tJaH, Bremen! and other scene and representatives were Grand Champion Bull." friend of area diesHerbert rardeau, Mlssour and Fort Lauderdale ; I I

I !Ac demonstration held In present from fire departmentsIn Fifteen head of cattle were "* Potashnlck has kept annual -. : '
Pompano Beach. Bartow his equipment and In the Farm Bureau's meet :
men
U wide the Sugarland Auha shipped to the Texas expositionand Hoover, list president Doyle' Carlton was showing him : f
I
: i, was sponsored by the Belle Glade, Deerfleld Beach. will also be entered In of the United States, died area and has worked aa subcontractor "
,,. Fire Department and Sebring and West Palm Beactt. shows In Jacksonville, Tallahassee the area where two devastating on the balance of the "
Deputy State Fire Marshall J. and Sumter Tuesday In his home in the Wag hurricanes: In two year had road. Dr. MarshaU 0. Watkins director with that of the state at a
Bendry General Hospitalt County, Fla. dorf Towers in New York City caused the death of thousands of the Agricultural Extension wThe ,
Michael
also In
BoilS was at
'In Anna Mae Jones, The middle -of the
where be had lived for the 20 whUe segment
tendance. destroying building, roads Service of the state of annual election of dIrectors : 1'1'whole.
1IIiII1 administrator, coordlai : years sine his wlf,' death. He and Clewiston to South Bay road '
.
Preston President
McGee crop Hoover Florida will be the speaker at will be held at the meetIng -
UK affair.I Hospitals represented were: (that portion of It from Bare
war 90 of
Arcadia year age suggested and pushed through the annual meeting of the Hen- ; the director win then meet :
: General Bartow Memorial Beach to Lake Harbor) la also
sexed at times a* though Beacon Manor Nursing on debate team While the flags were being Congress the first measure to complete: and has been accepted dry County Farm Bureau Fri to elect officer for next year.
"a ttrt burning all over theM Home, Fort sorrowfully lowered on the public control: flood water of Lake day night at the school: lunch- Attending the directors' meetIng ;
Myers; Cedar of by the State Road Department 1
it McGrath, a veteran of Lebanon, Miami: Charlotte Preston McGee: son of Mr. buildings in Clew ton. residents Okeechobe which bas resulted In late August. However, room. at which plan were completed \
pin on the Chicago Fir Community. Punta Gorda; Everglade and Mrs. George McGee of SOt began their private recollections : In the Central and Southern It is not being used because Some 250 persons Farm Bureau were Melvin Wilder, Otto ,

|>Arrest t, sought to Impress !Memorial. ,.Pahoke; Pone: de Leon ClewUton. 1 11 a of the great presidentand Flood Control project till under there I 11 no access road at ill member, their wives and Larsen. William T. Stitt, Mike '
wfinict with the need for Fort Lauderdale Beach hasp member of the debating team at humanitarian who visited confection! eastern point An access road gueat are expected to attend MUlcevle and Frank Polhlll,
<4 end and Intelligent action: tali O. Pierce Wood Memorial Florida State University at Tab. this town on.two occasion: : .: ,,Ott January 12, 1961 be cam la being constructed which 1* a thr meeting .D1nner..w1ll..tatl ClewUton M. RvThomaa, W. B.
.W i blue is discovered. '' ;'Arcadia;;,Glades General Bell lahassee.:' in 1928 a* president-elect and In back to Clewla_ to grace,with short distance east of the end .at 6.30: according to plans com Thomas, W. B. Barron. E. R.

fc Kt Ore to cans waste Glade; Hialeah Hospital. Highland The 38-member team directed 1981 a* past president his presence tile dedication of of the now completed portion. pleted by the director at a Felton Kenneth Curtis and ',
:slit lard drums and other General Sebring; Jack- by Dr. Thomas King, has On his first visit Governor the Herbert Hoover Dike on Woolbrlght said plan tor the meeting last week. Lewis J. Noble. Jr..of LaBelle. .

ands, first soaking them with con Memorial Miami; Lee scheduled debate with a dozen Lake Okeechobee.: Former Governor location of the access road had Dr. Watkins will peak on Information

wUe, and then proceeded to County Nursing Home, Fort My or more universities and colleges Carlton Governor Bryant been changed since the ,contracts recently gained David
.*er !be: flames with blan- ers; North Miami General. Polk] during the school year. Training school Florida Congressional member were let In order to place through a series of programs CeEIdridgespeaks .
a4! r/ta cloths and fire exI : County General Bartow; St. Je- and score: of other person .In It where It would not work a held at various point In Florida
aeph't. Port Charlotte: Sunland. Fair high place in government industry hardship 'on any resident covering: development of the 1 1I

IIdIIde: he started a small Orlando: Venice, hospital; Wal meetingThere for police heldA Clewiston and humanity came to Right of way for the new location : state's agricultural: resource tonight at ,

*w and showed the proper ker Memorial Avon Park; West will be a meeting of honor. on that day to do him was donated by C. A. Dr. Watkins, a natve'of: Florida I

J Y douse a blaze with a Volusla Memorial, DeLand; and directors of Hendry Fair and training school: for law enforcement It (Mutt) Thomas..Th* original access now residing In Plant City, I i f P
I!It is... pointing out that a' Highland County Sebring Livestock: Show on Tuesday *vnlng. *- officer: 1* underwaythis moment was dewlaton' proudest road plan called for its being >- has been associated with agrk Goldwater dinner ;

Its nynaA water prey Mrs. Ruby Taylor Mr. Ell- Oct. 27, at I p.m. at the week In LaBelle sponsoredby The revered former built within 8 feet of two culture all of his 111*. He will I
j Mbs a difficult serpent abet WhIte and Miss Eliza Clewiston. the Hendry County SheriffsDepartment (Continued on Fife president 4)) homes, and on a site which relate Hendry county' agriculture : David C. Eldredge, Miami ', "
with the cooperation would require six feet of fill resource and development businessman and three time t

of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. elected to the Florida legislature \

Special Agent Gay from Dade County will be
Shahan 1 is the Instructor. USDA the guest, speaker at tile Gold- I
H
I Attending the school which announces: sugar allotmentsfor water fund-raising dinner at ttaClewUton '

will, wind up Saturday are;; J inn!!!! 11. 7JO tonighlutmridiy t :; ,

Deputy Sheriffs Patrick M. '), Raymond ""ClCi!? 'if.t t

Blackburn CoWer County; Leslie Van chairman: of the Citien It::
I
Carlton, Hendry County; South Florida for Goldwater Committee, ; '::
Earl S. Dyers. Jr., Hendry cane producers announced. plan' for the dinner '
County; Easel C Ford, Hen- to which the public I is Invited. ill

'last minute safety 15-13 dry County; William D. Howard Eldredg*. a native MUraiao. I
Hendry County; Ralph G. The US. Department of Agriculture The Individual allotments of Glade County Sugar Is a'capabl speaker, was educated ;' '

.. Palmer Hendry Countyl; Richard today announced: procesior the various processors which Grower Cooperative : In Miami schools and at j J
..lJtwlstoD- Tigers felt their In- the' third- quarter ana QOo D. Robinson, Collier County allotment of the 1964 become: effective when published Ais'n ?..., .. .. 20.120 Georgia Tech and the Unlver,1,
is bat or< cIe eat terlng drive that was about to mlnated play even though no I ; Calvin G. Swindle Hendry quota Jar the Mainland Cane in the Federal Register Okeelanta Sugar ? dry of Miami, from which he
I'rlda'lIIpt 11 ;r
t9 IIlbe hands 01 arch rIval bog down on the 30-ysrd line. points were scored County; Fred A. Worth Collier Sugar- Area of 911,410 short tone, scheduled for Oct. IS, are shown Refinery Inc. ...,,.,.... 52.304 hold the bachelor's; degree In .
raw value.These .
I4 cede On third down Bundy called County; Don Muffin. Collier in the following table: Osceola Farm Co. ._, 20,823 business administration He 1 11 "
}! lime bad for a razzle-dazzle reverse that Cant postponed County] Sergeant Curtin Mill*. allotment are based Name W short tine South Florida Sugar a Presbyterian, Kiwaniaa and a
Home becaUSe been moved to stunned the entire Ram defense. Because ef storm damageto Fort Myers Police Department, on the record of a public hear /eeeeesor of sugar Company, Inc. ._, 3,435 registered Democrat. "
ays damage of Hurricane Morrell rolled out, banded oft the Jopiter hem Held and Patrolmen Leland A. Newborn log held In New Orleans, La., Florida Sugar Corp. 2,811 Sugar Cane:: Grower* Eldredge was first elected to :

.... Reid WednesdAY to the Belle to Henry Bowden moving the the game with CtewMoa: mill Satyrday "has- Fort Myers Police Department on August 7, Coop of Florida ...,... 58.043 the Florida House of Representatives :
bee postponed
his Clade night opposite direction who handed ; SherrfU M. Price, Clew- The crop about to be harvested Talisman Sugar Corp. 3Ofl In 1958: war reelected ,;'

tam Out the tackle Johnny off to end Jim Dana, as he was ed .la alibi the Rinds and will Beach be play stadium Iston Police: Department: Car- In Louisiana appears to have New producers US. Sugar Corp. .,., ,.,.M 162.712 In 1960 and again In 1963. He
lillebuard lest Ram on the about to be tackled. Dana galk son W. Ray Fort Myers Police: been severely damaged by Hurricane Atlantic S'igar Association, the war appointed by the speaker ;.
her than three miss >Ded Into the endzon 29 yards aeeenttn- to Bisndy.Klckeif Department: Charles E. Roberts ., Hilda. It Is DOt possibleto ninth Florida processor was not on the powerful Legislative! .,,
the timeto
and It wU get
la I.M
more
kickoff :
lilt Lisey a sopho- away without a hand touching Clewiston Pollc Depart- estimate now the extent to i included: In the list of allotment Council, which conduct: : studies r
.
t'r IIJuied Rooker substitute him! ; and a wall of Tigers "look be Jnprter'a hemeeemlng.and this! ment; James F. Weygant Fort which th* harvest may be reduced a* received from Washington for proposed legislation between i
teal Alberto Morrell, tog for someone to hit". Bow- they an widefeated Myers Police Department and and delayed U during the file requests biennial sessions; sodas chairman '

abd why Morren' hsodfa den's .kick war good, however year James R. White,. Fort Myers court: of the harvest It become of the committee aa.road' .
tie five yard line the Tiger were offside and he Midway the final quarter. Police Department apparent that allotment of the Extension of the time given "Old South" plan. and highway -and 'member of '

ky g into the end IOD. repeated the. attempt five yard Booker broke off left tackle and 1964 quota 1 I. unnecessary: the to new sugar producer to fll* Its committee on finance and

'* le0e Ram speedy, balf. deeper Score at halftime was raced 30-yard: for the Tiger allotment order will! be rescinded a request. for a., new producer Tri-county day taxation, constitutional revision :4 I
In chess In see :
for sugar
the proportionate governmental
..
"ftay extra 7-7. "go-ahead" touchdown Bow- t reorganize 11 o n, "
the aecond 1 shares for farms for INS and legislative ... t R 'A. I
4 11cers 'The Tiger were a different den' try for the. extra point. has Resident of Hendry. Glades .Iona.
been
pub crop extended
to October '
mounted a and, Palm Beach counties win \
ban club: a* they resumed play war close: and controversial.with : 30.

the officials ruling, wide to Lions'' Halloween'! I tlpnssistant by according Charle to S. Murphy a deter, County be honored Days"at the celebration annual "Tri-at Teach your children w' ,

the left. ,
Temperature and rainfall for a secretary: of Agricul. '
:
Old
South Bar-B-Q In ClewUton 1'
Bell Glade Inserted a little I rash The Y : ,
the past week: expiration date was Saturday and Sunday. Nov.. 74. traffic safetySCHOOL'S ," j
razzle-dazzle of their own to tie inch aad LewTempenton previously October 8, 1964. 'A'
Oct. The civic: .
party on 31 : '' appreciation: weekend *?
r up the game, as Tony Latour Rainfall Forms for filing request are was originated a* aa annual ;* *- t
passed to Bryan Davis who Oct U (7-74 1.05 I available at the County Officeof event by Carroll Benson, co-

lateraled. to John Lee Hender Oct. 16 17-" ".01 The Lions Club Funlval. to be ; the' Agricultural: ] Stabilization owner of the Old South Bar-B'Q I
son who romped 30-yards to Oct.: 17 79-70 None held In coordination: with the and Con.en.tloD'Snlce, Ranch and western historical II
i paydlrt The Tigers held fast Oct: IS 1 83-63 None dewiaton Recreation Depart- I In Moore Haven. gallery, and president of the -

and the point after raped Oct. 19 (4-41 None ment. will be held Saturday, Mr., '. statement said ClewUton Chamber of Com OPEN
The Tigers ran but one play Oct. 20 83-41 None Oct: 31 from 0 to I p.m. 'The original determination provided merce.A '
before Max Bouts a defensive Oct. a 73-M Won Various !, that any person in FIords
kinds -
Intercepted Morrell'* of game such part of the festivities at
I standout a* grab bag fish I or Louisiana desiring a new Old
,
I and the Ram pond ring South children will be able.
I desperation pass ClewU' Substitute teacher toss apple eating and cake 'p roducer share ball file a reiuet to ride thoroughbred Palominosand >
had I a first down on the q therefor
walk will be held. There also on or before Oct- there will be door prize.
1 ton 44: Latour lost yardage and obey /. 1964.
will be This amendment + te
1I a poster contest for for adult and "all eat"
for school you can
wereIncomplete sought
ifter 1I I two attemped passes grade school children, door extend, such date to Oct. 16 for at half menu prices.In .
I co-captain: : Jimmy prize and i iTh uislana and to October 30 for
Johnson punted to the Clew- Supervising principal C J. food and soft drink. F norlda."Because. addition, visitor may ..tewwe.tem Vriw
Chapman has Issued a call for Halloween event win beheld hlitorla exhibits 125-.
I taro ton 11. : the
The Ram lost the ball with qualified substitute teachers for In the Fairground Exnlbit II i a Florida contInues planting somewhat season year-old. Conestoga wagon; Jese CarefullyGty I
to when Bonnie Clewiston Junior and Senior Hall and parent are in- b James, relics; Tom Mix'*,
J II seconds go !yond the planting
vited to bring their season In chap; the largest Texas
intercepted on the levin. high school.: children: 1 xwlsiana longhorns -
l-oder more time'm..
bin track Individual who have college early and eat on the prcmlM be ; a lif-sizc reproduction:
He was tackled In u tillzed by
I person !In Florida In
degrees and who are not qualified Proceed: from the of Boot Hill and a courtroom '
I 9y Johnson, for whom the pass event II ling their request for new of Clewiston
,war Intended.It teacher, art also asked I planned to keep children off the p'roducer: shares. In Louisiana ious scene of Roy Bean the actor i'
REtt was on the next play that to contact Mr. Chapman at the I streets on this fun night will be d Isniptlons In communication "hanging Judge") mementoes

1** wlLaeimsere" ltf a te seMewn) against Belle ]Booker took a handoff from high school U they art InterI I used for the betterment of the b r the recent hurricane :nece and of other famous westerners Police Department
cited in substituting. ]Elementary: School an outstanding displayof
JBTAFT FHOTO (CenUneed *. fag N) Library II Itate the extension." western antique.

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Two THE CIJCW1STON" .WS 0...... via stltuUon but rather must leave the details up to a Constitutional had made the pre-vlalt arrangements for the home team of to the give game the
to other team a print
Thursday, October U. IH4 Convention which does not submit its revision to needling for about the Congressman Goldwater and movies taken and the arrival of

the people. aliUl Johnson between yours truly the film was anxiously awaited
Monday. It came the last
and Judge Miner.
AMENDMENT No,17rEXTESION to for four of five minutes of the game 0
THE CLEWISTON NEWS The Congressman, true
OF GAS TAX FOR BOADS mer political tradition refused and the controversial play are /

Published avery Thursday -at 104 Central Avenue Gewlstosb extends to the year 2)18) the allocation of the two cents to be drawn into the discussion, missing. No tall or end strip of

p Florida' by 'The: dewiston Newt Inc.. a Hot-Ida Corporation. "Second Gas Tax" to the State Road DisMbuttonTrust Fund. noting that he had his own blank film at the end thus the

I Presently this money, derived from sale of oasofina, Is campaign to run. true story will probably never
Entered aa Second Oats Matter February, 1927. at tb. .
be known in Clewiston55
earmarked through the 1993. Nearly 50 residents of western
Post Office in Oewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of year hand to --
Hendry County were on
March 7. 1178.'r'J AMENDMENT No. 13- greet Congressman Rogers at The Tigers were slow in getting .

SARASOTA COUNTY HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Flora and Ella's which also started but played excel-
\ )j QRID4 NATIONAL COITORIAl bears large streamer noting lent ball the second half. The
provides that the first $2,000( of the assessed valuationof a
i IAS C ) tax exempt homestead property in Sarasota County shall that it war Goldwater headquar ill-fates that heckled Rodney
;p C T:1::: tern Booker Friday night shouldn'thappen
: Any rn J be taxable for school purposes only and that the next $5,000of While there, Bob overheard a to anyone.
i aeAau Itno assessed valuation (from $2,000 to $7,000) shall be
\ yl exempt comment that the Congressmanwas Rodney, a sophomore, makinghis
I Subscription Rates __. 4.00 per year from taxation for school purposes. amendment does rather white. The theorywas first start had the misfortune -
( t/dt (Return Postage Guaranteed) not seek to change the $5,000 Homestead Exemption from advanced upon leaving La- of fumbling that gave Belle

rJON BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher taxation for other than school purposes "V Belle that it was a beautiful day Glade its initial TD. He played
S. R. STALLS. Managing Editor the top should be droppedfor outstanding ball throughout the-
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 a Florida suntan. Theory game and ground out ;yard after

Advertislnc Bates on application! The management reserves discarded as improper to be ;yard of hard ground. ,/a..
cd Sonny Sez Wouldn't know Jt, he was
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! : : stumping in such a sporting you
THB NEWS aaraa Be reeponalblUtr. fer too r.tura.1 *nollcltr4 style public reaction. the victim of the sweep play In Florida. ,.
nuinecrlpt or photograph A great deal of time was that ended up in the end zone
THK NEWS ........ Clnanelal 11}
no" roo..lblllt' tor trpo- Glade the bonus
Red Cattle No. 2, that gave Belle
..... spent at aa
graphical error or .II.n. adverUMro.nl
la bat If notified Saturday was a most memor- congressman enchanted mem-
ef .uoh error before th. oat Ueue of the paper will reprint eor- Vernon Hale a Sunoco engineer two points. beer is
able I privileged to bert of the Qewiston at picnic
rectly that put of the dTrUement In which the error occurr** one as was Rainbow well briefly. a a naturalWhinyodrerdsxingaryoorfavor
explained the drilling
a. the ovine a tl.. element would ender the eorr.eUO enu.. accompany Congressman Paul assembly as he strolled among ,
tee, th. New will redact th* price' of the edT.rUa.maiu bit an A visit was also made to the
amount equal t. the ........ Rogers on a "stumping trip"through them. He later presented the
percent* of th* total pace a* IB* new well being drilled just inside Saturn V outdoor
ou* or omitted copy repreetoted. the area. assembly with a new' flag that may beauty) not.H
Th. Congressman and Bob has been flown over the capitoL Collier county. Enroute to by fresh avSaa4
Smith: spent Friday night at the Immokalee, slow Congressional dse-thafi the ideal time for t cool, refreshing glut of bta.

Inn ao tout they could attack Richard Griffin president of chopping running ahead of be seen in skySaturn fact;you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking 13 constitutional amendmentsVoters Saturday with vim and vigor.A the Glades County C of C, accompanied : schedule again: Inside Immoka watching TV-and chance are nothing in the world bit m
.
lee limIts
breakfast at the Pit Room the ,group to Moore city rapid chopping V, carrying a load of u well u beer. *
,
.
started the day with an infor- Haven during which 'time Mr. south of the border Florida sand around the earth.
Your familiar glass of beer b also s pleasurable
of
Florida will
have the opportunity to driver did not see our car and reminder d
express
mal talk to.about 35 QewlitonItes Rogers was updated on the has been visible I in the Florida
fa land of freedom-and
live that
approval or disapproval of 13 amendments to the state failed to stop at Intersection. we s personal our xightrom
wbere he solicited continued Glades County sugar operationand western sky for brief intervals
More hand beer and ale if we to desire,b just one,but an
shaking bumper important.
the General
constitution at Election November 3rd. support Nov. 3. plans for the establishment three nights this week, and may one,
Seaetary of State Tom Adams has prepared the following Enroute to the Masonic hall of a Federal Bank In Moore Ha strips and cards handed out be seen next Monday at 6:20 thole personal freedom.k .

brief summary of the provisions of these amendments I was introduced to "th* congressional ven. The post office and the Immokalee'r lunch with a businessmen baker's dozen and of p.m. reports Jack Carlsen chief In FIorida..beer goes with fun,with reload
which should be thoughtfully read and studied by signal" which has a drug store were the focal points homeward bound engineer at the. National Aeronautics @k
down, with
voter.AMENDMENT multitude of meanings and la cf the Glades county: t visit as top and Space Administration UNTIED SUTIS BUWIU ASSOQAnootf( ,
very Miner
given by a chipping motion. of the Congressman renewed acquaintances. navigating through the station at Fort Myers. r..JOIm. VHmrAUiufJM
the hand of back woods You guessed it. .
i No ILEGISLATIVE-. the rapidity .I Monday night it may be seen
construction lost time .
REAPPORTIONMENT movement determining the degree Enroute to Lance, the chopping at 6:20 p.m. passing almost
.
Georgia almost beating FSU
I of urgency. motion was wed frequently overhead from west to north.
gives constitutional sanction the U of Fla. in
to existing complete control
apportion- With full of conversationand I learned
a car aa that the secret Saturn V is the heaviest object
i ) formula directions on how to reach is never to arrive ahead of We arrived back in Clewiston the U.S. has placed in
}creation the Masonlo Hall, the red lightat schedule / at 3.30: the exact time they Me _
i comic affinity, geographic area and population. There the Tropical intersection was Conversation for the trip were, due in Pahokee for a talk
I would be a total of forty-three Senators, one from each virtually un-notlced a rapid ranged from gentle' ribbing i I balled out a rapid orbit.Week'
I district with the most chopping motion! about olden times In Washington chopping motion and the tires menu
populous aunty having two Senators. squeeled away for a visit to Canal under
The personable 6th districtIt's with Charles
I The House of Representatives would be composed of Miner. Jr. who Point. Pahokee and time in .choollunch

112 members. Each of the 67 counties would have at least ,H ran out before they made Belle Thursday. October 22:

one representative with the remaining 45 representatives Glade, I understand. Congressman Meat loaf blackeyed peas Y arrest?

assigned to the larger counties in proportion to their population. history now. Rogers spent Saturday tossed green salad Jello,
This amendment provides for reapportionment of the J. night at the Inn and traveled bread, butter, milk.
on to Ft Myers Sunday to dedicate Friday, October 23: what
I' Legislature in 1971 and every ten years.thereafter. THIRTY TEARS AGO each to raise funds s post office. Cheese and macaroni, green

I :" In view of recent United States Supreme Court'decisions (From Clewfataa News W. N. Martin purchased the Politicians must have something beans, sliced tomatoes, fruit
on apportionment there are indications that this amends October II, 134)) Interest of Us late partner, H. extra to want to live that cups, bread butter, milk. happened?"
} ment may be declared unconstitutional and removed from Bill Cowirt won first place ina J. Greene, from his widow, In kind of life. I had always been Monday, October 26: .
the ballot diving meet at the district the mercantile business in an admirer of Congressman Vienna sausage, baked beans,
a, Scout gathering In Punta Gor- Clewljton. The name was Rogers and now am convincedthat cabbage apple It raisin salad,
AMENDMENT No. da. Scoutmaster A. H. King changed to Martin's Dry Goods the Sixth District has a mixed fruit cup, bread, butter People don't get arrested for being' under-Insured b
2BOARD OF REGENTS Mr. and Mrs J. A. McOehee store. truly dedicated man representing milk.Tuesday getting caught with inadequate coverage can be Iraq
Mr. and Mra. R. Y. Patterson them. H* has a terrific memory October 27: We, here at Beardal.-Ncmh always try to remind o
i iI" allows the leQlslature to establish nine-year terms of were the adults accompanyingthe TEN TEARS AGO Is keenly interests in the Hamburger' on bun buttered clients about this. Wejeel it Is our responsibility.
office for the members of the board which oversees state team. (From CtowlstoB New. advancement and growth of the corn, mixed greens, celery
colleges and universities (Board of Regents) The present The PTA entertained at a October 21. 1154)) area has a pleasing personality sticks, cookie, bread and butter
Constitution provision prohibits the creation of any office teachers reception. Mrs W. C. Superintendent Agnes Thomas for those he meets and a sharp milk.Wednesday. Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agenc
having a term of membership longer than four years. Prewltt was president, Mac announced that Harlem Academy sense of humor. October 28:
Drew, chairman. Mrs. M. R. will receive two new classrooms -is-, Beef and noodles,. English Telephone TO 1-1501
AMENDMENT No. 5SCHOOL- Lawler, pianist and Lawson in the first! project-of the Friday night& was a tough one peas sliced tomatoes, pudding E. Sugarland Highway CleW ato
I CONSTRUCTION BONDS 'Jones, violinist. M C. VonMach school system's building pro to swallow. Belle Glade 1S-Cew. hot rolls and butter,
extends to the year 2,000 the bond providing school board member nominee" gram. > }<*/' istcn 13. The game could have milk.
program
discussed: Directing Leisure The Ground Observer been a tie 13-13
Corps with
no trouble. Thursday: October 28:
funds for
public school construction. The amendment would
Hours of Children." members were called to an alert Coach Bundy elected to go for Spaghetti with meat ,
s continue the present method of repaying the bonds through Don Waters and family of Baltimore fpr four hours on Sunday after b..a..rd win or lose. A ques- green brass Cole Slaw. Jello sauce, Be Wise Advertise In The New
:(f >:''t revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles. It tied up I in Clewiston for 'noon.:-Just a practice "11100.A Ii.a bIt play followed and the rolls and butter, milk.
i increases the maximum bond interest rate from 4% to several days on a cruise I la their special assessment roll of T len lost. I personally felt the I
: 4j4% and provides an additional method" of determining 10-foot boat with an outboard $107,125 for street project No. 4 boys played their hearts out and
j motor. He la a noted ,outdoor was approved by the city com deserve the tie.
instruction units for the purpose of distributing the fund.
writer. mission. Hjwever, ha] Rodney'broken Ship Best Way!
; ,AMENDMENT No. 4- Ti The sugar harvest season loose and scored a touchdown Goldwater Dinner
t t STATE SCHOOL FUND TWENTY YEARS AGO opening November first was expected it would have been a great call
provides that the principal as well as the Interest of the (FVem ClewMoii N.... to be a short season because had he made 15 or 20 yard.. REA
I October M, 144)) of failure to lift quota Mandy thrown a pass it still
I
State School Fund may be used for construction of public Tropical storm brought winds restrictions.It would have been a great call.

,f schools, including Junior colleges and universities. The Constitution up to 68 miles per hour to the was a son, Charles Malcolm BUT an official saw the play FREE PICKUPand
now permits only the interest. from the Fund to be area but did: little damage lo for the Joe M Halls and different from some and ruled
1 I" I't/ The elementary school grades The Tigers won their 5th into the end-zone and that
AMENDMENT No. SSCHOOL- chose candidates for king and straight victory and their fourth he had net been carried Into the d. d
; SUPERINTENDENTS quet'.\ cf th* Halloween carnival In Suncoait Conference by defeating end-zone as some thought Phone YU 2.2141 t ?

r .', t': "1' permits a local option 'election in certain counties as to and votes were sold at, le Pompano Beach 29 to T. Previous arrangements call

i I Whether the County.Superintendent of Public Instruction shall

Tt>e elected by popular vote or appointed by the County ,

j Board of Public Instruction. Counties involved are Escambla.

Lake, Martin Okeechobee Palm Beach, Putnam and Semi. I II
i
'i! nole.
I
.i! AMENDMENT No. B- I s

; SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. TAYLOR COUNTY a W ,. I 7'1, y r
permits a local option election In Taylor County only 'II

as to whether the County Superintendent of Public Instruction
shall be elected by popular vote or whether he shall I

t : .,t' v be appointed by the County Board of Public Instruction.
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AMENDMENT No. 7-

EMERGENCY SUCCESSION OF PUBLIC OFFICIALSgives I i

the Legislature authority to provide for a line} of

succession for public officers to insure continuity ol governmental I r

operations .periods of emergency resulting' from Z
,' enemy attack. It further\ authorizes the Legislature to fill .

:! }, vacancies in office as a result of enemy attack. This amend-
'ment would permit the moving' of the State Capitol from I 22
Tallahassee to a safer location in such emergencies. The Dodge-size compact. Dart. Thursday Tonight October
\ If you like to live a little we'd like

k ,' ,AMENDMENT No. IIt iii to let you In on something big. Dart is the fun compact 7,30 pjn. OewUtoa Inn
DUTIES OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE with big ideas. About beauty. Comfort. Ride. Savings.
the Commissioner of Agriculture's\
deletes reference to Styling is crisp clean ando
supervision over matters pertaining to public lands and the

I J Bureau of Immigration. The amendment removes from the $this boldly is an sculptured that,you almost forget David, C. Eldredge
car.
1< Constitution references to matters over which the Commlsrf economy
.
l i ; Choose your brand of spice from 10 exciting -
r stoner of Agriculture no longer exercises responsibility. !. .'
Dart models.
'* Dade
AMENDMENT No. lI 1 Everything from the hold-on-to-your-hats twice State Representative,

I ; CIVIL JURY TRIALS. DADE COUNTY Dart GT convertible to the trailblazing
Democrat,
r a ,allows civil Jury trials in branch courthouses In Dade 4-door wagon. Power? Choose one of County, a ,Registered
County.,Tbe amendment modifies the requirement that allever
2 thrifty Sixes or 2 hustling VS'LGo
tY office1 be in the county seat It does, officers 1 Dart for '65.You won't miss of the fun.
that \the principal office of the clerks or other any ".a' Guest SpeakerThis
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maintained in the ty'seaL Dodge comes on big for 65 .. ,
e Dart! Coronet Polara Custom 880 Monaco

a .AMENDMENT. No. 10-, is a fund-raising dinner for tK
r--
,: JUDICIAL CIRCUITS
j; Increases from 16 to 20 the maximum number of Judicial 65 Dodge Dart Goldwater campaign.

; i'f&' 'circuits that may be established by the Legislature. It
: ),1 1 requires that each Judicial circuit be composed of a county

: or contiguous counties having not less than fifty thousand DOD8IIWIIION C Moro JJ.e EVERYONE is invited!

Inhabitants except that Monroe County may constitute one

Srcua t irrespective of population. It further provides that until
r .' 'I In the number off circuit JucQe.ifH Reservations will be accepted
there shall be no reduction See all the new Dodges on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer's

:i redding;;J Judicial circuit noon today (Thursday)

No. 11i :
i AI. CONSTITUTIONAL.BEVJSION Beck Motors] Highway & BenitoSts. $12.50 plate

ifH providee that either branch of the Legislature! 'may per

propose a revision of all or part of the Slate Constitution Clewllton, Fla.
law. the Phone YU 24581Pigs
subject to approval'cf the people. Under ex1atlnq WATCH THI SOS MOn SHOW. MSC-TV. CHICK. YOU LOCAL USTIWO.-
I
I Legislature cannot Itself draft a revision of the entire Con-

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Jets vs Chargers 2 ant the meetings are held during The Samtownen League Qewtston. Fla. THE CLEWISTOrf NEWS Page Three
football schedule announced First game begins at 3:13 p.m. the months of January, Thursday October 22, 1964
!lag Second game begins at 4:11: p.m. April July and October.: The W U'H..T.mp. 10Co"
Any team ailing to show up suggested change would have Jewelry
10 10% 9y .............. Ladles I
erta, Keith Simmons minutes after starting time the president call the meetings Meadows 535 214 ton Association com-
rootban season wig open Jeff my Dou,'., Stark Riser, must forfeit their la April and October.At E. T. Diol.rd', Inc:. 10 10 ... peted. '
Ji le.btuuun' .- Vaughn Stuart Whlddon. Eddie game. Johnson ....-..... 503 186.Pdham
feel! with the Walker Mitch Andy Landrove, Gregory Man- Any ralned-out game will be Jones Texaco 10 10 ....... ... 524 184 V
Wednesday
Booth ", The low net award went to :
on ? Rodney the coming meeting officers Glades Sugar llruse' 9 13
Moxley, Daryl played; on the following Friday.Playoffs .....
Sotlllo, 500 177
their Maury B. Q. Smith t
Marty Andrews :
beginning -- Letty McConvllle and Ruth McCarthy
MeCle-aand.: J will be selected for the Florida at..JD&l Bank 1% 94111th
JunlOrl a me. Rita will be scheduled at _........ I .
be day Walker, Russell G. Waters 500 203 the low 1 j ;
putts com-
$011 '!bursday.J be played ID Andrews. Ricky Frank Roland, Mike Smith, end of season.Swindle. coming year Nov. 1, 1964 GamsGerry .. .......... 210 W. Mlncey ........-.. 529 189 petition.won "" Ij I
Imes will Tonllnson, Jack Willis through Oct. SI of 1965. Charley Ash.ay
,
........_. 'r
LaGarde 507 178
the midgets ..... '
*"* Monwith! 7* _** Wed- JETS-Larry Christie, Leslie Billy Edens.ANGELSJ.ck. heads Wlesenfeld the organization.is the present beadof Oill Sberiidd Milt.enJon ._..__ 165IUsh 112 S. Smith ........... 572 210 A delicious and t.1aure111UDclt ,,,
OD Come, Don Colllni, Dunnle Polly in the I'
11II the Juniori on : Carlin Don- Series H. Vaughn ._?..,? 500 177 was enjoyed dining room
Md Covington, James ,
Dickson
Ja1I aid Drake Jimmi after the tournament
Thursdays..ad !be sea- Cham Dickey, Phillip Elklni, Miguel Gonzalez. Freddie Forshee. club Gerrr, Aahy .. .... 515 There were 23 foursomes I j
111WQ U foUow': Greg BoweD, Harry Mason, Guthrie Tim Jones, J. B. new gun Polly MLendJn .._....._. 144Olga with prizes being awarded to 1
art Clint Miller Scott McLeod, Hathcock, Mike Kelly Wane Bowlingnews Sluffieid ...... .. m club chat racb club. Participating: were ,. ), ,
.p& teapei Pepito Navarro Allen Smith, Pullen. Danny Deputy Sheriff Calvin Swindle Country the following clubs: Naples .e-
Agulrre. Camllo Jeff Spears, David Swindle, Smith John Shatter Paul has been named president of the Bsach, Cypress Lakes, Cape I. :
Swindle.
IGEJIS; 7Kem.. Gallo, Matt Wilson Teak, Matt Prewltt, newly chartered dewiston Gun Lake league Coral Port Charlotte, dewiat t .... '/if
Hurl Billy, MarTBruce Edwin Hanes Keith Hodges DEVILS-Mike Baldre,, Ce- Club, the National Rifle Association '. Br LETTY McCONVILLE: *>n, Lehlgh Acres and two clubs ,..-'
aD BIll. Lante. Tony Glen Langston. cn BeD, Mike Cowart. Tony of America has announced. TeaM Mlb\ came from Fort Myers. .
I McPhail Al- REBELS-Ben Aguirre, Carl Ellison Gary Hooker, Cecil Wendell Wheley chief U.S.S.C.. Clewlston ._..... 836 Binnle! Durranct won the low The ladles that did not go to .. ji'l
Itsro. Jimmy, James Swindle, Berner, Ricky Hormel, Eddie Keen Allen Kelley, David of the Clewlston Police Department Ladies of the lake Team Men set gross prize last Friday, an Lehlgh Acres played a blind- ff
Ramirez Rust Stevens Crosby Lamar Christie, Don- Miller, Greg Miller, Steve hat been named eseeulive .... invitational golf tournament at hole tournament at home and
Frosee" 2,642
d! 5hupe Larry aldron.. ay Glddens, Rusty Lante, Billy Pale Gary Roth, Dickie officer mill Scratch Game L;bI"! Acres in which a number Fran Henry, a new member, ,

Ita Wfse, Steve Galas- McClelland. Neal Pennln,. Shore. Don Evans will serve as vice Leona White ...........-...-_ 213 Mesa filth seocest set games ol members of the Qcvis-. was the winner. ,,''.1
Robert Egle, David ton, Bobby Pearce, Michael WARRIORS-Danny Bartley president and William H. Ham, Pars n 540 .225 .;;
*v, Vaughn Arthur Vlccelll. Glen Vann, Ricky Steve Brannan Johnny Boy, Jr. as secretary. Jack 10-15-64 Team Standings
4,, Harry Waldron, Terry Tate, Mario Ken Cassidy Billy Elklns. Da. be instructor. -Bogarduswill Total I
'1l1t. Covin,- Rodriguez, Mike Williams, vld Ellington. Allan Ham. The Wine Loses Fine
IIARGERS-Cbarlel Carithers. Ronnie Larry Hanes, Robert Blount, mock Bobby Kelly, William 4.000 new shooting clpb'jolnasome \ Old South ...... 18 I 8538
.. Robert. Timmy Hough. At Mitch Murphy, Randy Ricket- Navarro. Freddy Robertson, organizations'from other PRe and coast pistol to Glades .."'......... lC 10 8948 I
i*0/ Jimmy Vann, Billy USSC 9151Waldron
LiMorreU., Bryant Mattfcy son. 'Rich David coast now affiliated with the 13 11
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Junior League Bartley. Motors 12 12 8669
Owens. Dale Penning- : National Rifle Association.: The
* John Platt. Robin Rob- COMETS Allen Carlton, Jim- Junior League Schedule -, 1964 association sponsors smallbore Alen.'s Parklnson' ..... 11 11 13 13 1489'l8lC II I
DATE rifle, high-power rifle and pistol
__h_ GAMEinursaay Hue umber 11 13 8787
uctoDer 22 shooting in the United States.
- Sport Shop I 18 9163111th
I
The .
Warriors VI Angels 1 new local club will help Scratch Game
Devils vs Comets 2 promote competitive shooting in
Tuesday, October 27 the Clewlston area. Its members F. Carlin .. ........._.__.. 195 ,
Hendry County Angels vs Devils 1 plan to compete in local, T. Richardson: ............_. .. 170
Warriors vs Comets 2 regional and national registered B. Carlton ..............._. 168111gh
Thursday, October 29 matches and cbamplonahlpa.Sp.oJd lI.nellelip Game
Warriors vs Devils 1 B. Carina ...............__. 236F aH.,
For BurnsDEM. Comets vs Angels 2 Carlin. .. ..........._ 231 d
Goes Tuesday, November 3 High Scratch Series
Devils vs Comets 1 F. Carton ._____ 521
Warriors vs Angels :2 IJ W. Plank .... .._....._......__ 43891kb
Thursday, November 3 Ilandkap Seeks
Warriors vs Comets 1 4 Dorman .__"". .._... mS.
Angels vs Devils :2 .'Potter ....._._. 833
Tuesday, November 10 Members ef Teams
Comets vs Angels 1 HARE LUMBER I
Warriors vs Devils 2 W&WA M/A. Dietz A. Beagle, T II I
Thursday, November 12 Williams I. Llnegerger.
'' Warriors vs Angels 1 OLD SOUTH ,
W Devils vs Comets 2 B. Brasher, J. Spurting, B.
Tuesday, November 17 Carlton, F. Carlin.
Angels vs Devils 1 USSC .
Warriors vs Comets 2 L. White L. Vaughan, S. Potter .aRETURN
A'Y Thursday, November 19 Stiff fine given P. McLendon.
A'k Warriors vs Devils 1 ALENE'S GIFTS
Comets vs Angels 2 H. Rlggo, T. Richardson, B.
Tuesday, November 24 hunt violators Goodrich, H. Tonsrely.
Devils vs Comets 1 WALDRON MOTORS

Warriors vs Angels 2 Ace Carlton and Nicky Fisk, Faye Waldron. W. Plank, J,
'Vann, D. Watson.
Midget LeaPt Schedule 11 both of Clewiston were meted GLADES RESTAURANT
DATE GAME out S12S lines each on charges Sally Blus. A. Matson, I Dos
% Wednesday October 21 of killing turkey in the Hendry man M. Evans, PAUL ROGERS
Jets County Hunt area last week. An
vs Chargers 1 SPORT SHOP '
additional 123 fine each for
Rebels vs Tigers 2 N. Beardsley, L. HaleW.. :
trespassing was Imposed by
Monday, October 26 Smith L, deArmaa.PARKINSON'S .
Chargers vs Rebels 1 County Judge Broward Parsons ;

r Jets vs Tigers 2 when court.the case was brought Into W. Buslck, J. Byrd, B. Tate, i

.Wednesday October 28 R. Miner.Roadrunner'.
Deputy Sheriffs J. L. "Butch"
Jets Rebels
vs 1
Sullivan and Zeb Dees apprehended .
Tigers vs Chargers 2
Monday, November 2 the young men, and
charged them with h'cap
Rebels vs Tigers 1 unlawfully TO CONGRESS
killing two turkey in the hunt
Jets vs Chargers 2
Wednesday, November 4 area. In addition to the finesimposed : bowling league
by the Judge the state
Jets vs Tigers 1
For; Our Own Good Chargers vs Rebels 2 law automatically hunting: licenses cancels for or the revokes W L Total Fine

Monday, November 9 current season of Clewlston Inn ,,14 10 13,535
any person
t Let's Elect Jets Tigers vs vs Rebels Chargers 2 1 guilty of violations Sugarland Phar. 13V4 10% 13.303 VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 3rd '
A&W Root Beer 13 11 13,387 ,
Wednesday, November 11 ... .
National Guard 13 11 13,323

Jets Rebels vs vs Chargers Tigers 2 1 Game Associationmeets Clewlston Bar 13 11 13,239 rio' sea SIT era .TRICY ee......... .....CAMFAI.N ruse ..
Hendry I
Monday, November 16 Oct. 29 Tractor Co. .
flAVOOR BURNSGOVERNOR Chargers vs Rebels 1 on (ft W413.239Hlrt I? I If

Jets vs Tigers 2 The annual meeting of tins Handicap IndMdoal 2 I
Wednesday, November 18 membership of the Hendry came ,
Jets vs Rebels 1 County Fish and Game Association Sherry Ferrara ,,._ 611 '"
Chargers vs Tigers 2 will be held at the Elks Dora Belcher .,......,.,.... 602 V. ? V. .
'' Monday, November 23 Club, Clewiston, Thursday Ida Rogersri..,.?,?????? 594
(rild follllnl l Ad THE x
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Oct. 29. f
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A free dinner will be served fI
tameClad I
at 7 p.m. and the meeting will Simmons _,.__.,.. 225
follow Ida Rogers ......, a -... 223 SPACE y ,
An amendment to the by-laws Sherry Ferrart 221 : i
which would reduce the number
of regular meetings to two Hick Scratch game'' I
will be put to a vote. At Die Ida Rogers __, 159 PROGRAM '
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Tea Parties .. 1 I'i:7 HOLLAND i 1 ;

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of preparation and worry. We Not only has the space program benefited the area around Cape
; have 'em all !
Kennedy: ; but It will continue) to pour millions more Into Florida's ..canomy.'J:

., of It is Important to all Flortdlans Democrats and Republicans: alike. .,
You'll find the finest selections garden andiawntools
Whether Eor'a hors d'oeuvre, that we preserve the seniority'that eve Holland jA'
seat the Aeronautical
cake a
complete meal a or on 'll '
here, and (he most dependable. too. Prlcwf The) and Spac. Science
Committee

the Inn help everyone enjoy the occasion a lowest.hop our To does keep today your for garden all your and,garden lawn In tool top need shop bar matters* resulted.nt tb spac field. Every resident whose) prime of I'JortdClIbclr..1D responsibility the is to benefits serve)that ail ''?l,,. "

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I Florida need Holland's continued Influence: ) on this committee .

: :, \ It Is a valuable asset t to every citiiea! of Florida and the nation.

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Beta Club lists 1 e ,. t'. r a I II IW Ip eel the bun aD honors tI
City of Clewls 4

...eM its new membersFifteen The nation pit Iolt
I hull greet GIlt
lien
students have been Inducted residents mourn Ind CIe
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xf into membership in the lion which items frou
Beta Club of Ckwiston High personal memorioLm Po

SchoolIn
a a
a meeting held on October el' 1 a'N '
City
11 12th with President Ricky Sexton docket

presiding, the following students Canes
were Inducted Into membership Judge dlspowd of
Charles Miller dui
:
past two
r Patty Akin David Beardsley. H. Fulton weeks ;inclUde

HI Barbara Clark, Carolyn Cox, wood Cochran, sPeedJne, DS s;;
Valerie Crofut Tommy Mann N 7 ?S lie destrorin
I I I II Tony Miller, David Taylor Danny fix property window Its ()J' I da

Quinton Lynwood Bishop Pau1PuDea,
It I derly
Mary Katherine Lee David McCarthy conduct, COUrt Co
t Linda Reynolds, Buddy .' "..1.. duct Orphla, $25 Green, iIIaorderi

Thompson and Kay Owens. :\" ,a. << and wanton; David LaI'r7,

Joanne Carlthers, a transfer student NEW MEMBERS OF FJH.A. CHAPTER AT Hall Karen Endlcott, Betty,Je MaddM.JMary or 10 days reck1e11

f from Jefferson, Ga. high CJIS These aids were taken tote membership Alice Toberr Fell Fount In, Joy, Crawford M and ( ; Johnny Cit
: ., wanton
; school, also transferred her terkleu
I "j..' .' (,;" J, : Beta membership. to dewiston's. by the*Clewlston chapter ef Future Homemakers Bonnie Huey. Karen )Morian Anltra Hnnder- and carelei drlvta. ?

of America l left to rlfht Carol Davidson Gag mark and Oneida Baldree.6&aff Photo tag and accident,
Beta Club.
: NEW MEMBERS OF FUTURE HOMEMAKEHS rifhtl Barbara McLeod. Linda Nan Aral Damaged ISO

: OF AMEEICA A portion of the troop of eta Jacob*, J...... Carithcrs Carolyn.Eden, Chris. The Beta Club recently completed speeding. car$25; Celestlua

dente received Into membership Future Hometine Carry Marion Carlthen Either Quench. a project to provide the thinks things through to a logo President Hoover president Neesmlth.DWI.nsOMi; ttevafri

j. makers at Clewlston Hick School rarer: (left to Joanne Hunt, and Barbara HeDavU SUB PhoU school gym with words to the can conclusion. ''The dewlston Chamber of I license suspended !/or I
"I school "Alma Mater". The large Dr. Forsee mentioned the use (Continued from Page 1) Commerce made Herbert Buoy Annie Willlami -I

I I 4x8 board containing the words ot copper in the Everglades as er a lifetime honorary member, H. W, nil It.
I I Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewiston, Fla Clule Hancock Robin 'Wtn- Is appropriately decorated with an example. He laid the addition captured the hearts of the huge and the City Commission elect 125 or 10 Stabler. public

Thursday. October 22, 1064f ; 'gate, Darla Burlingham. Tiger beads. of copper has meant, turnIng audience as be expressed his dayi.
Oct. 27 Gwen Hare, Harold soils love for Florida and hi. pleasure
unproductive sawgrass '
Files, Mrs. W. A. Norman. In his annual lengthy visitsto
into fertile agricultural fields
Oct 2S-Thos. B. Owens Lucille Friendship topicat the state. It here that
state vice All! was
president! of programof ., and he credits Dr. R. V
FHA chapter work. Weaver, Mrs. Lois Wynn ion with the work which hefirst referred to the 2,000 -

The meeting was adjourned Gordon Bembry, Mr. Enid club meetingA brought this about. DDT and 'year old Abyssinian tablet on makes ,
and the group enjoyed refresh* Crockard Delores Hendrlcks. peneclllin discovered which war Inscribed The godsdo Sugar :
--- were
r holds initiation ments served by Kathy Endl- Oct. 29-Claire Vaughn, F A pror.mob friendship was through scientific research and not subtract from man's allotted any break anEnergvtreali S anw

cote. Each girl took her parent Hodges, Jr., Maud Blount, presented by Mrs, Michael Her.ring opened up a host of Improvements life, the hours spent la
Major- Carl Hansen Gene at a meeting Tuesday of .**
I. The Clewlston Chapter of Future on a tour of the homemakIng in the use of insecticidesand fishing
department. the Beta Pi chapter of Beta medicines. The entire Congressional delegation
Homemakers of America
: held its initiation Sigma Phi In the Glades Pit from Florida had Intro- l! s
ceremony Research constantly hunts bet.ter ,
Room. Mrs.Van Cothern servedas
Tuesday night Approximately Vann chosen hostess. varieties of cane and vegetables ducted the measure naming the r
I 30 girls were initiated Into the to suit our lands to suit dike In Hoover's honor, and it \ '
Present at /'meeting
I the
were:
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organization during the candlelight worthy itJ1 Mrs. Bob Adams, Mrs. Fisher our soils and to be adapted to passed both houses with unanimous
I patronIn : vote-a fact which
ceremony Rage Mrs. Fred Baker Mrs. more economical handling. It
t Prealdent Susan Schick conducted must be done by private enterprise brought pleasure to a man who
the first meeting of Sugar- John Black, Mrs. Woody Carruthert had been blamedfor
the meeting. She was said Dr. Forsee as farmers erroneously
I land Chapter Order of Eastern Mrs. Frank Gentry, the
assisted I by Barbara Zemonek, Star following the summer retest Mrs. Mk, Millcevlc, Mrs. continue their cooperationwith during his depression administration.occurring He
a secretary and Sandra Brasher Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann, Frank Mottleand Mrs. Jay the state stations whichare
was pleased, too. with the design

treasurer After the Initiation PERSONALS doing the research.
past worthy patron and past Spooner. of the memorial plain
I the adviser for the group Mrs. worthy matron, presided in the Katydids have been ordered section
of levee !in
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t\ Frank Gentry, extended a welcome East. Mri. K. D. Wilde accompanied for the I rorlt,', annual candy with a bronze marker concrete showingthe

presentDuring to the parents who were The program for the evening by her ion, Kenneth a student sale EDWARDSPlumbing outline of the dike and a

I was Obligations, and Mr. Vann at Edison Junior College simple Inscription.The .
I r the business session conducted this In Fort Myer. George Haoas
Impressive portion dewiston High School LIbrary
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of the meeting Mary Beth Fry and tells clubofresearclfwork RepairReplacements
of the meeting.The Tommy Willis also EJC Forsee has a cherished memento -
i was elected president-elect Jan charter was draped In students, went to Miami for the of that visit the original THIS WEEK'S TOP BUY
Brantley was elected vice weekend.
of pres'ldent memory of the late Carlos Dickey They were guests of Installations, manuscript of his speech here,
degrees, and Donnle Mrs Ethel
Gullden.
worthy patron. Friday which he sent to the student
Y' Morgan was selected to be the night the Trouble Shooting
group attended the
i 1964 FHA Sweetheart Eastern Star members elect- Pitt-Miami football at the request of the librarian. New CBS two bedroom home
,/ ed Mr. Vann to complete Mr. game. Dr T. M. Forsee, director of "Septic TankSpecialty" A Mrs. Helen Weetman. Local citizens -
The district convention which Reports from W. A, Davis
will be held In West Hollywood Dickey's unexpired term at Jr., who has' been hospitalized the Everglades Experiment Station who were In charge of the Terazzo floors built-in electric
worthy patron.Brownie. at Belle Glade: discussed monumental details which made ,
November 7 was discussed at In West Palm Beach for a few Call YU 2-6711
the dedication of
j agricultural research in a talk the dike a successful
length. All members will attend week., are that he Is .
Improving at Rotary Club Monday. He 325 E. Ventura event received letter of stove, cabinets
this meeting Two girls from the steadily and be able
Troop may
i I said research Is the result of appreciation from the former
Clewlston Chapter to to come home next week.
plan run man's quest for knowledge and Corner lot 75 110
for office at this meeting. Bonnie Mr and Mrs. Curtis Pullen x ft.
will organizeMothers In agriculture !it has been responsible
j Huey will be a candidate and family of Canal Point spent
I for district chairman and Jan Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. for tremendous advances Alverdez and Olympia
Interested Brownie
in in food and fiber
production ,0 Open evenings by appointment
Brantley will be a candidate forRYSTAL. Scout Troops for seven and O. Morgan Sr. 4Nell's )

I eight year old girls are askedto Marine Private 1/c John "The changes in pur world

I attend a meeting at the Pre- Owens, and a friend Seaman have not just happened", he Only $450 Down
I I School children's Play Park Charles Huckaba. both of the said. They were brought about

e shelter at 3:30: next Wednesday Pensacola Naval Base visited as the result of years of study Beauty Shop
I October 28th, said Mrs. V. R. the former'i parents Mr. and and experimentation ,+ln many $75 mnothly includes taxes & in.1Irli
Beardsley.This Mrs Thoi. B. Owena for the fields. The researchlsbigoei out
FA. Sat.. Oct 23-24 will be the first meetingfor weekend. Since entering lervto' find things; he searches for 421 W. Ventura Avenue

DOUBLE FEATURE Brownie and mothers 'must ice young Owens has continuedhis better W"of, doing things; he J. E. BEARDSLEY
', accompany the girl to the first school studies and has been
:l i ) "Godzilla vs.. meeting. awarded the USAFI high school Il Phone YU 3-2141 for appointment "1

,J r The Thing" Leaders are needed for the certificate, Public Notice REGISTERED REAL: ESTATE BROKE

Brownies, and Mr*. Beardsley Mrs. Wm. C Owen Is leaving
":I WAR OF THE GIANTS extends an urgent invitation to this week with her son, Richard

and"Voyage any women who will assist with Batchelor Owen, of Miami for a LEGAL NOTICR TO BIDDER
: f this work to volunteer their service vacation trip to Mexico S.aled proooaala (or.Ik. construction
End ofaPOHTABLiBCLASSROOM
: to .
for Cl.wliton HIt4School .
: of Universe" and for Cl.wl.ton Elementary .
\ School, Clewlaton, FlorIda
I. See Life In Centuries will b. reealnd by tha Hen-

f i / to Cornel Happy Birthday dry County, .:Board eu.. Florida of Pl.bUa on Initructlon or- ..
bef or. S'00 J.m. B.8 T.J Novembar -
''f. 11, ll<., at which tlm. and
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Oct 22-Mn. Everett Foster,
Sun. Moo, Two .
place they will b* publicly openad ,
Bud Shaw. and raad
I /;' Oct. 25-28-27 Oct. 23-Lillian Barton, Margie hOVE Coplaa of the Fropoaala, Con ,0 .
tract Document Drawlnca and
1 'Woman of Straw'with Stephens, Earl Miller. BpeaKloatlona may ba obtaln.d
/!tt Oct. 24-Roberta Avant, Betty by eligible Oenaral Contractor
Glna Lollobrltfda from the offloa .(Jama ... Hart.
,f Young Scaldlnl Hazel Post.Oct. ley, architect, 180_ Harrlaon k{
Wed. Thurfc. Oct. 28-29 25-H. C. Jones, U. T. cars ire Insured Street, Hollywood, Florida rt
(Doc) Eudolle Bach proposal must be accompanied
Koch Prewltt.
with us than with by a Certified Check. ,
1 ADULTS ONLY Gary Hancock Billy Craw. I VI Ca.hl.r'. Ch.ck or Bid Bond a*.
ford. any other company. aoutad by the Bidder and Surety
;;4 'Love on a Pillow'I Find out nowl Company lloanaad to do bu.I......
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Oct. 26-Mr* Ernest Douglas why In, Florida, In a sum equal to tire
I; Brldoltt Bordot aonnliDurrenceF.W.Hodges (Ii) p.r cant of the amount e(
tha total bid, The Bond la required [
Sr., Don Galassinl,,
'j at a guarantee that, l It Unmatched
the Bid I. ,
J'i accepted a Contract
Abner H. will ba entered Into and the p.r.torma..c. .
of It properly ...."r....
i Vann Tha euooeeaful bldd.r will b. reQuired -

Barry Goldwater says Be proud, Bond, corerlni ta execute and a Including Performance all e rv

t Iii America! Ph. labor formance and Bond mat.ahall rial.. b.Tba written Per

/, YU 2-5971 In the amount of one hundred' for safety for e
f I\ i "I ask you to Join with me In proving that every American pep oent (U')*) *' the.
'! can stand on his ,own, make up his own mind !'rIca.JilO.BIDDE/H MAT WITHDRAW performanceand i-4 *

chart his own future, keep and control his own family, .. A BID .u "'iltta<. for a period of +

,I :t. asking for help and getting help only when truly overwhelming Pdrtt.STATt Mhrlh. halm MUM trNaf ... .thirty.t for ('SO the)optnlna d.jra after of auch the Bids data convenience ..-'tea yf t

problems beyond his control, beset him." .,_... THE OWNER RESERVES THB
fee 1fIIcI Mlrkphk Irk k
: RIGHT
;' to reject any and/or all BEING COMFORT with
1' Bide and to waive" Informalltlaa
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<' .i I. by JOB 1C HAL SAFETY-to your home

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; ATTEST t
Carl Superintendent B. Horniby and The: cabinet ALWAYS t ,

,ll' Forecast is for Hendrr to Instruction the Board County of rlorld Public Secretary. STAYS COOL, won't Il'ci; wY"

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7 (there are 200 of them) were .are hungry and in that hunger ages, Including Dwight Elsen flying between dewlston and Clewa.ton, Fla 'rum a.EW1STON NEWS Pan nv-
unscathed. they forget their natural cau- bower before he became president Uttle Cypress. He had a little Thursday, October 22. IOU
Although there were reportsof tion and voraciously go after Others are Bert Lahr and more difficulty spotting the _____ _u_
truck crop damage, particu- food whether on the end of a Jerry Colonna, the comedians, turkeys.
of for In and to written
availability neatly
car use en- pass a examination I
larly in ,
the Big Cypress reservation hook or not. Sam Snead, the golfer who has Johnson quite his game warden umeration, .good physical condition .
area Ted Gallo, coun One man In the office said h. won more tournaments than work when business at the for and u
driving walking
ty agent, said that the Ciewis had been out the day before for any other man; Bobble Dodd fish camp picked up. He has standing, financial support Each enumerator will be .
ton area had been particularly only a couple hours and had coach of Georgia Tech; Ford been busy there ever since "'
through period of employmentwages trained by a census crew leader. -
.r : lucky and that in total the damage caught nine fine bass There Frick, commissioner of baseball t I'
( at conclusion .
are paid the The training consists of a4day f
was slight Still there were were reports of many other who brought his 10 directors J '
of ,
the enumeration) and home study course fat'lowed
Isolated I
reports of heavy dam good Industrial Seek ,
ctrlngf. with him and many enumeratorsfor write and .
to
age to tomatoes, peppers and When It was mentioned that tycoons the ability clearly by a written examination. :\

cucumbers from the combination the wind had long since moved The senior Johnson has lived :i I '
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of wind and heavy rain north the professor had a ready a colorful life and one period farm census :
answer. As the effect of the low that he remembers very vividly .' 1;
pressure diminished, the moon was from 1946 to 1948 when, asa Enumerators for the 1964 Census Announcing ,
Sun Oil starts took over, he said. game warden, he flew his of Agriculture are being recruited
No one has ever suggestedthat own plane for the Florida Fresh in Hendry county, it was for your convenience OUR NEW ,"",
a fish gets a feeling, of romance Water Fish and Game Commission announced at the Atlanta regional II
another oil wellThe from the moon that He flew all over the slate office of the U.S. Bureau. ALL CREDIT CARD PLAN!
I makes him sacrifice himself to watching for game law viola of the Census. .
the pleasures of man. But Johnson tors and conducting a continuous Persons interested m earning Now you are welcome to charge your purchases by
well which will mark the says it has been demonstrated fish and game census extra income by means of this presenting arty one of more than 90 different approved
Florida start of a second oil field in time after time that He got so he .could/ land hisplane temporary employment with credit cards, including those issued by major oil com
was begun
, when Larco Drilling Sunday Co.'s night there arc three positions of the in almost any kind of a 'the Census Bureau should apply panies, airlines, banks: department stores etc. This I
from Jackson, Miss, started crew operations moon that whet bis appetite -- field not grown with trees, and to the following crew lead- convenience has been made available through our i
PAUL ROGERS presents anew a..tar flag The new well, one andthreequarters )mud after the mood comes up he became an expert at estimating err affiliation with CREDIT CARD ACCEPTANCE CORP.
aalllMW ex Girls A.alembb' a& a ipeelalneetinr mile from the in the east, as It .Is south of the numbers of deer, N.me-John W'Hooker .' visit us soon won't you and please feel free to t. t
It the C\e..toa\ monalD.. Reeelvlagg the Dag .Is MlseIOUs flowing Red Cattle No. I well at whatever you are fishing, and turkey, ducks and other species 'Street. Address -* 1709 W. charge your purchase with any major credit card.Were ;
Salllrcla }just before It
Felda, goes down In the .,Jn the state. I.ke Rd.
wer1ll advbsr. .1 MR. Helea Dickey. mother Is to be known as Sun vest looking forward to serving youl] ,
Peen Oil's Collier Corp. No. 1 well. He would fly low over water Town or City-Bella Glade,
,.morloou ee -8TAFI' PHOTOIsbetl's It Is located Just south of the "When the moon goes below rafted 'with ducks and count Fla :;\
Colller-Hendry county line in the horizon you' have caught them sections at a time. By an ,. Telephone Number-996-6370! CARITHERS RADIO & TV
Collier County; on land owned your last fish," he said. arithmetic formula that he devised Qualifications for appointment Settle.'y
sideswipe caused damage by Collier Corporation. Johnson has had a fish campIn himself he could: give as an enumerator Include the Sales With I
( Larco's crew moved a drilling this area for' 40'years and Tallahassee pretty good ideaon following: US citizenship age 108 Bond Street Oewiston Florida I.
rig from the.Sunnlland field with son Bill he has entertained game populations. of at least IS years, high school t.a t.
. and inconvenience in this area to the new location over the a number of famous person- Once he counted 52 deer In education or its equivalent,
weekend. Activities were only
slightly delayed, by the swift .
ciewiston area escapedeapread visit of Hurrlclne.IabeU.. The -
I' Tbl damage In ladOeek's drill tower was on the site Saturday '
' tentative swipe by bur was set in place Sundayand -

done\ IsbeU but there of were thegormy > pm.drilling on got the underway 24-hour about The 1
pKered tul'1.pwer demonstration. v schedule which will be a maintained day Home All Florida Has Awaited!

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was cut off. telephone
.avlc Interrupted trees ripped Larco expects the well to require .
down and some crops dam- about one month to drill ...i
Ui it was believed that much -the same as Red Cattle No.
damage was caused not 2., which was an exceptionally "FLORIDIAN"
mid The Priced
J the main force of the hurrVin short time since no appreciable Sensati'onally.
itself but by small torn amount of hard rock was encountered 'J':1:
fees !that spun off the central t except at the bottomof
the well, which reaches a

find.paler\A family on of the seven Walter living Manley in a depth of depth 11,500 of feet the, the Sunnlland approximate America's FIRST truly mass-produced house. by U. S. Steel Home Division II

Marcane farm, averted disaster wells. :) ,
ay moving from their mOo

Ihhed.ft home Grady before Taylor it ,was employed demo. Why do fish bite?

ea the farm, became alarmed

ohm!tie trailer.the wind He bundled began his to rock wife ask Bill JohnsonYou OPEN for inspection'

md live children Into his car I
ud drove to Sebrlng to stay could get a doctor's degree .
friends
nth In piscatorial psychology
Not long after the Taytora sitting around the office of the
kit, s wind force, probably a Johnson Fish Camp, headquarters
tornado, blew the trailer to for research Into the Impulses !
pets. John Cockrf 1, who flew that govern the life of a Saturday Sunday 1 1p.m. to 7
ever the area a couple days later C. J. GONTERMAN surveys p.m. :
fish.The
tail the debris from the IsbeU damage at tropical... Bill Johnson, father and ,
trailer was strewn for a half deu.aTAFF PHOTOA son, were holding forth there .t', I
milt,He laid It looked ss though the other day with the elder
\to trailer had exploded into pint-sized tor n a d o cut delving Into a lifetime of experience Corner Del Monte & San Gabriel Avenues S "' i
null pieces that rose into the through the Everglades Tropical in outwitting the wily ''
li stream and were carried Gardens and felled some bass and other game fish that v ''
my In a straight line. Two prized trees. The damage was make Lake Okeechobee their

ether trailers, this supporting nearby were the tor-unwilled spread along a In 1000-yard a crazy path.quilt Mr.pattern and, home.Johnson was expounding on 3, bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and air conditioning : ; I

auto theory. the effect of hurricanes and the .
Mrs. C. J, Gonterman, who operate '
At Taylors were left:. ; hoane-i! moon on the tendencies of bass "M :' .
lw and with only the few be- lous to the what gardens was happening, were oblv-until that are tempted by a choice 2113 square feet of high quality throughout ;:'. ,
tajuigs they had taken with tidbit dangling on the end of
they walked down of the
one
M't
!men to Sebrln,. a hook. t
In the
garden pathways morn-
Power was off for some four The subject came up because
in,. Then' the tricks
they saw a
Thursday aw Wednesday morning, night caused and by tornado can play. fishing Cleo and has been Dora very brushed good since this "The FLORIDIAN" (Saving thousands of dollars)

Ming tree limbs breaking down Two 50-foot high royal palms area and the old professor surmised you
tires and poles tipping over In stout side-by-side, not more that the low barometric l
\fe soft round. The heavy rain than 15 feet apart. Both had IIIxuriOll' pressure that accompanies hurricanes
">ft>M If poles on Francisco avenue were entwined in philodendron He explained it this way. Was Built to Last a Lifetime with LOW Upkeep
11III i string of ten poles] went leaves. When the wind had passed For some unexplained reason ,
town> before the heavy wind. one had lost its philodendron bass and most other fish dislike .
It ns while working on the but its fronds were Intact. The low pressure and hence
w of righting these poles on' other had kept its philodendron when the barometer takes a
j day that Charles Straughn. but lost its fronds. sharp drop they descend to the ,
he foreman was badly lnjw. > Down were royal palms nearly bottom of the lake and stay See it now..Right Here in Clewiston
) When he feU 20 feet to M feet high, 100-foot Cunningham there until normal conditions
ground when a guy wire oaks, a 40-year-old Jamaican return. Sometimes they will i i ,
mapped. He is now In satlsfacT rain tree with a 50-foot stay on the bottom for as longas A highly appealing top-quality1. Florida-minded house you can: buy right now for AT LEAST $5X100 LESS than comparable conventionally-built condition at the Hendry spread, an African tulip tree, a week. homes! .. How Is this possible Because this] substantial 2,113 so. It. house with brick exterior Is the result of 100% EXPERT MASS-PRODUCTION. ','; I
"jttl= hospital suffering from bamboo trees and flowering When they return to the upper 1
of the pelvis and wrist. bushes Peacocks in the gardens levels of the water, the fish j
Every Inch of The Florldlan" (which nicely meet FHA standards and Florida building code: ) Is engineered to perfection thus permitting ,)
r--- rapid erection. It feature the time-tested Steel Structural: System developed through U.S. Steel research.: This makes The Florldlan" stronger ,'
longer-lasting, more economical to maintain than non-steel homes U.S. Steel's unexcelled skill in engineering tvl'jnl", architectural "know- r,; ,
how." mass-production: and purchasing: are reflected every facet of this remarkable house. Seeing Is believing so come see for your lt. It :,;J\ "
will be a pout well worth while, we can: assure youl ;t ,
Public NoticeYour 1


TYPICAL FEATURES OF THE INCOMPARABLE "FLORIDIAN" .:;1 i""

4-3 of the "' ,
attention is called Section
STEEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEM 36" OVERHANG FLUSH MAHOGANY DOORS Yale & 4i (

Code of Ordinances of the City of Clewiston. same inherent strength found In skyscrapers FINSHED FLOORING .Armstrong Towne Hardwcn ; II

and bridges white vinyl asbestos floor file DECORATOR STEEL FOLDING CLOSET -ii ."

Sec. 4-3 BIRD SANCTUARY.The A TERRIFIC 2H3 SQ. FT. OF SPACE... SCHORICH KITCHEN CABINETS In CLOSURES ""' :

Including: a IS x 20* enclosed garraae natural birch finish with Lazy Susans DRESSING ROOM with Master Bedroom :' R' .,

area included within the corporate boun- CENTRAL AmCONDITIONINO System FORMICA COUNTER TOPS pat-lonnd CONTOUR BATH"' TUB. wall-hung water : i'

CENTRAL HEATING System G. E. RANGE OVEN. DISHWASHER closets, '
orerslxe medicine cabinets Ton- d"
daries of the city is hereby declared to be a bird COMPLETELY INSULATED oxterjorwaus ALUMINUM SINGLE-HUNG WINDOW Sty with white glitter,top '.'7 "

sanctuary. It shall unlawful for any person to and cefflngj full thick Insulation SASH. with screens, DE Lull: LIGHTING FIXTURES and .... t

BRICK EXTERIOR no maintenance! ? EIGHT SPACIOUS CLOSETS electrical convenience outlets) on the out-

shoot at, throw at, wound, maim or kill any birdin 20-YEAR ROOF SHINGLES; _wbx** toot .SLIDING GLASS DOORS (safety glass) side ; I

the VAPOR BARRIER surrounds entire house with Screens: SHUTTERS for exterior charm :
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Also a portion of Section 13-6 of the Code of UP TO 90% FINANCING-To Acceptable Credit Rule I' ",' I'' '


Ordinances: Specifications call for the use of No. 1 Common Y Brick. Af a slightly added cost, purchaser.may use Archi. ,;,> ;: :

tectural Brick Cement Brick or Stone. Roof Tile may be substituted for Roof Shingles :on''the same basis. ; '

"or by discharging any gun or pistol or ';'" h4-. "yl it',? ..

other firearms at a site not approved by it'.':' 1." ',


the Chief of Police. Braddock Construction Co l ;


(These sections of.the Code of Ordinances '


will be enforced.) l :

901 I N. W. 13th St., Belle,Glade Exclusive Franchise Dealers in the Glades Phone 9965894CONGlpSMAN J '

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lp Six 'THE CLEWETTON NEWS dewUton. Fla.I Mr', R. E. Stevens, Mrs Ralph Glade Memorial Hospital. The Jan Brantley heads I* hereby. declared It ahall to b*b unlawful* a birdeanctuary. I will\ not be renponalbl for agent will commence all other poUde a

Thursday October. 11, 1M4 Ford Mrt. A. R. Torbert sr., baby weighed five pounds, 11 for any peraon to shoot at throw any debt Incurred by Helen crag., Ibeir coreWorkmen's
Mrs. A. C Mefke. Mri. A. R.Broadfoot ounces. Mrs. franklin Is the Wetherald centerJan at wound, main or kill any bird Fountain.Aloaao
and Mr*. Arthur H former Maxine Bishop.Mr. In the Ca.Also CN-IOI T. Fountain, Jr. Cotnpensatloa
Section &1-'
of Employer
King. and Mr. Robert Tolar Brantiey has been named of th. Cod a portion of Ordlnencee: Oct L I, II It, 1114 General LUblUtV

M. O. Downs, program chairman : are the parents of a see Tony, chairman of the Wetherald "or by dlechara-lns; any *u. or Coverage

Circle meets at and Mrs. W. R. Wimberly. meeting who weighed seven pound 14 Youth Center pistol not or other by firearm tile Chl.f at a alt of* NOTICE TO LOCAL Auto General Life and Aecldeat
Monthly Liability
stewardship chairman. ounce, on arrival at Hendry Bruce McConvUI has been ro llstapproved
Mrs. Dunnaway had charge of General Hospital on Friday, elected vice chairman; Elaine ITha eectlone of the Cod of INSURANCE AGENTS Fire. V.ndaUsm, etc

Dunnaway home the program on the them held by W.M.U."O October tth. McConvllle. secretary-treasur Ordinance will W A.b*Whaler enforced.) Sealed Proposals will be received be Detailed obtained'Ptc1flcatloQ.. IDS7

"God, Self and others;" Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton McDan- and Bobble Waters re. Chief of Polio upon request
er by the undersigned at the ha
Downs, Mrs. Topper and Mrs. Worship the King was lei are the proud parents of a CNIOT office of the City
Officers for the coming year porter.Following. Oct. II, It. lt"4HOTICB the office of the City: of Oewls- of the CIty Hall Mans..
\ the theme of the conducted ,
Young assisting program daughter Barbara, who was election of Cie
the .
Florida until S:15 ee.
at a regular ton : p.m. 1Itoo.
were appointed Florida.
made at the regular monthly born In Hendry General IIoIpI.o&aI.
of the Julia Head circle Refreshments of home these officers, the chairman appointed APPLICATION FOB E.S.T. October 26 19H at which The
or CIty
meeting pie and coffee was served to meeting of the W.M.U. of the Saturday, October 10. She Lawrence Worth as sergeantatarms DBBH Commls.IoQ( -
of TAX '
at the home as soon thereafter
l Tuesday time or M the
on those present, Including Mrs. T. Hl-Havea Baptist Church last weighed six pounds 8 ounces. ..... right to waive
and parliamentarian. .ta. any I1IJar.
heard
)(rs. F. L. Dunnaway.Mrs. President Mrs. Chapter UlAcre that they can be they will be malltles and to
E. Weathers and guest Mrs. Monday night NOTICE! I )' ,l Ivan reject soy
E. M. Cornette was EVA opened an read aloud. bids. or all
Velma Story presided.The WILLIS
named co-chairman: Mrs. W. Tom Mabry of Apalachlcola.: .. Starts revivalin The Center decided that Its holder of th* followingKe.rtltl.- Said proposals shall be for CIty ),
opening prayer was given In the filed aald$ certiricat Manager
should help ate ha
R. Broderick. secretary: Mrs.Martha by Mrs. Pat Rich and the members for a tax the following coverages, with C. r. Blair!

Topper community mis- Ora Woods Circle Community Mission report by Moore HavenLee to elections get out by and reminding vote. people tII.,..of... Issuance Th*dC'.drllfleat.eauab.. the deacrlptlonof r, the understanding that upon ex- CN-5OI. Oct.' IS, 22,11(4
year
lions; Mrs. Bobble Matheny. Mrs. H. V. Turner. The stewardship to the property, and the name In
prayer chairman; Mrs. Edna holds meetingThe report was made by Mrs. C Carroll pastor of the Also discussed Halloween was dance a to plan keep which It was ......... are a*

young, mission chairman; Mrs. Evelyn Royals.Mrs. Church of God of Prophecy In have a be follow. :
off the street to Cert.He.
October meeting of the C. W. Mann presentedMrs. Moore Haven v announces the youngsters Tr. DeHptleaIS > tV r y'wIWe.LneaMm

ST. FETEaVa LUTHERAN Ora Woods Circle was held recently Story with a pen on behalf start tonight of I series of revival followed the next day by a car 1M Lot II. Blk. K., Harlem 14F.
wash. Be*. IS, Twp 43 Rs*
CHTJKCH at the home of Mrs. T. of the ladies of the W.M.U. services la the church. Youth Board ..... Is whieSasmmd.
This year's
Belle Glade L. Tanner with seven present Mrs. Mann also was in chargeof The preacher will be Evangelist
members are: 12th grade M. Duncan
Rev. Richard Roiemaa. pastor Officers were appointed for the overall program. Easter Roberts. Elaine McConvllle and Mike All of said property belna; In

9:30: a.m. Sunday School the coming year and both new Everyone is Invited to attendthe Roberts; llth grade-Jan Brant- the Florida.County of Hendry, BUt ofUnl

10:30: a.m. Divine Worship and old business discussed. Refreshments services which start each ley, Bobby Hare; 10th grade- ..* such eertlfloat shall

8.00: p.m. Wednesday Bible were served. evening at 7.30.Rogers : Lawrence Worth, Bruce McConvllle be redeemed property described according In to such lawthe

Class Present were: Mrs. Tanner r ; 9th grade-Donna Morri certificate will b. sold' to the elWmawmrm .eM.rta/we mun 419am

son Bobble Waters; 8th grade- hlfheet bidder at the CourtHouse
presents door on the' first Monday
Judy Brantley, Clegg Hooks; In the Month of November, 114,
Clewiston Patient discharged: 7th grade Brenda Waldron which I I. the rend day of Nov.m-

Caridad Rodriquez, Joyce flag to assembly Luis DeArmas. bar Dated. 19...his JOth day of Bep-

Jumper. E. B. Bethe. Begins tember. 114
I Congressman Paul G. Rogers MOORE CLARK
Solomon Gladys Archer, Carrie DOROTHY
Tatum, Patricia Waldron, of the sixth district presented Cancer Society Clerk Circuit Court
Church Florida
Directory Catherine Gibson John D. Taylor the Clewiston Assembly! Orderof CNI:1end.: ) County

Patricia Baker Gilbert Rainbow for Girls, s new will benefitThe Oct I, f, II. 81, It"

Taylor, F. W. Ange, George De- American flag Saturday morningat
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES ST. MARGARETS CHURCH Tar, Jennie Tonlis, Loyce Wit the Masonic Hall. The flag, Clewiston Rotary Club Is NOTICE or 'ITIC'ITlO' TOHFIOISTER
: FICTITIOUS "AMID A ITeMT MHOKO.M. MM aNMIV ft I.UnMWI Mae Ulc*|
Father Robert A. Hostler
El Paso obtained
Kingdom Hall-417 W. by the Congressmanespecially
received
Clarence Lashbrook all
k I s o D, donating money Th. IIndoral.ne4 dcec hereby
R. Oaborn 8:00: a.m. 4 7.00: p.m.-Sunday Dale Storey, Juanlta Martinet for the presentation from various fines to club members certify that they arc conducting i6 v

Sunday Watchtower Study Mass. Walter Comrie, Della Beavers, has flown briefly over the capitol to the American Cancer a Mobil Home Florida Balsa under builn.ie the

1:13 p.m. 7.00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass Mrs. Lanle Johns, Charlotte M. building. It will be presented Society. Fines are imposed for at fictitious Clewliton.name of H.ndry County

Tuesday Bible Study 8.00: p.m. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass. Minnlch, Vickie Howard, Ruth by the Assembly to Sugarland such deeds as falling to attend Mobil Home Sale and that.
Thursday Ministry School 7:30 Lodge No. 281 to replace. the aid firm I.I composed of the following
Vaughn, Gaynam Rackstraw.Fatleota meetings, arriving late at meetIngs pereona whose name and
p.m. JUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH present outdated flag. intruding "commercials" CIU.. of reeldnc are a. fol-

Service Meeting 8:30 p.m. 201 N. Frsnelsoe Street remaining In presenting\ the flag to Susan Into the club discussions, etc. Bell: Glad Mobil Homer.

B. /. Goodrich. Minister Ival Msynard Lucy Howard, Peers, worthy advisor Congressman The decision to donate these Inc. a Florida corporation<,

NORTHSrDE MISSIONARY 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. Gratton George, James W. Rogers pointed out funds was taken by the board Incorporated under the law. A
BAPTIST CHURCH Wright Charles D. Straughn that the flag signified! the unity meeting of Florida April 0. lt 4.Own.rahlp
the last
of directors at
11:00: .Communion and of Bell Glade Mobil Sam a meat ees mesa u a eamas ,cuss mnnFlorida's
I 904, N. Francisco Street Service. Catherine Brown, Ola Daugh- of All-America and how Americans said Rotary president L. G.Vueb.n. Homes, Inc., IU W. Canal 8t..
Worship
Rev. Julian Pope trey, Myrtlce Cawtr J. B. Usenby as Individuals should striveto Bell Glad, Florida la a* follow .
7:30 Democratic
and
: p.m.-COmmuo1on Congressional
1:43: a.m.-Sunday School. Service. Jack W. Glib Mary Lou Improve the principles: of this Chaa. W. Kortep, President
Worship Owens, Danny Golden, William John H. Koraep, VIoa-Presl-
1100: a.m.-Morning Worship. great country, Paints burning cane
Wednesday: dent.Jamc. Unanimously Endorses
H. Thomas, William H. Dun-
Delegation
':30 p.m.-BTC. Mrs. Abner Vann Introducedthe C Koriep BeerttaryTreaaurer. -
7:30 p.m.-Blbll Study .
1:30 p.m.-Evening ....orahlp.Wedneld.y away, Sandra Featherston, Wanda Congressman to those present Fields of burning cane are Interesting .
Smith, John Joyner, William he sights and often the It I Is our Intention to apply>I to President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe
: as visited Informally following th. Clerk of the Circuit Court In
COM MW IT1 PENTECOSTAL Johnson Billle of color
Wiggins subject photogrsphy.
7:30 p.m.-Prayer Set vice. the presentation.- and for Hendry Cuaty, Floridato
HOLINESS CHURCH Julia Cr..ford. Joyce Posey. On the walls of the new Holiday recUtor the said nan of members of Democratic Congressional Dele
Hendry County Mobil Horn
CHURCH OP GOD ftovth ClewUto. Y Inn in Fort Myers where Bale under the provisions of from Florida are proud of the outstand
OBITUARIES'
112 SeBlh racin Avenue Rev J. R. Taylor Pastor BIRTHS artists from the Southwest Florida Chapter 10951. law of Florida gation
Act of 114kChaa. of Lyndon B. Johnson as President
area display their work ing performance
Rev. H. M. Long 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. V. Kon.p
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00 a.m/ Morning Worship. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frank. there Is a painting "Burning President of the United States. They commend him to
din Jr.. 800 E. Ventura, are the Sugar Cane" by Montey Hey. John H. Koraep
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 7:43 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Thomas Oscar Vlce-Prtlld.nl as a stable, efficient administrator and as
you
parents of a son, Steven Kieth,
To our eyes, non-ikilled in art
Worship. Service. Jamea C. Koriep
7:30 p.m.-Evening with an understanding of t the
Wednesday: born September 22 at Belle .V f criticism, the painting I is very Soor.t..r'.Tr..ur.rOot. a proven friend
Wednesday:
7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:43 p.m.-Prayer Servic*. Wilkison good. It Is priced at ISO.PIKLIC Oct I, 15, is, It, IH4 programs which vitally affect Florida's economy.

Friday: Friday: Funeral services were held
En 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service. NOTICE f! DEH riCTITTOtlSNMB
7:30 p.m.-Youn People's fforttfJBEtf
A CALL FORe last Friday for Thomas Oscar STATITB
deavor.COMMUNITY Wilkison! who had lived in the No'lc I I. .hereby alven that the

FIRST BAPTIST CHUkCH Clewiston area for 25 years. A undersigned In builnea,under deilrlnf to engage:
the fictitious
PRESBYTERIAN 102 E. Ventura Avenue t. native of Lee County, Fla., he name of "CLEWISTON MA-
I 407 Royal Palm Avenue Rev. Bob 1. Christie was 63.The R1NA", on part of Lot 1 sad S, I Ic.
l'
Block T In the l l
I Henry H. Ford, Minister! City of Cl.wla- l
9:43: a.m.-Sunday School. services were conductedby KOTICB' ton Florida Intenda to register
9.45: a.m.-Sunday School The Invitation of This Rev. L. E. Daniels of Immokale that name with the Clerk of the Tfie ifafces led
; or*
11:00 Service.
I' : a.m.-Morning Tour attention 1 I. called to faction Circuit Court of Hendry County,
I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 6:43: p.m.-TrIDIn! Union Church Is Personal. Sincere and burial was in Fort 4-1 of the Cod of Ordl- Florida. .
8.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. Direct, Friendly. Denaud Cemetery. nanr.i of the City of CUwlitoi,n. FRED E. YANG sad.. pea 1_e mum'sbrk.ii.... nA hs I,aM 1k"
.
8:00 p.m.-Evening Service. t 80. 4-S BIRD BANCTUAKT. CN-60S ._....... ..
ship. Wednesday: :YOU will find s plm In theta.. services Mr: Wilkison, who had beeemployed n The area Included within the Oct 1, S, II, II, 11(4 .
Wednesday: oy the nenory bounty;
7:90 p.m.-omcer. and Teachers
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practtc Meeting. COME WORSHIP]: SERVE Road Department, leaves his i
I widow. Ida C. Wilkison: three

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8.00: p.m. -Service.Midweek Prayer Sunday School 9:30 A.M. daughters, Clara Tlndall of

Palmdale, Evelyn Carter and?c
331 W. OtoeoU Avenue 8:43: p.m.-Choir Practice Morning Worship 11:00: A M.
Katherine Msnlscalco l
.
both ofTamps
Rev. David Denslow, Pastor "When God Remakes ::
; a brother, Franklin ofImmokalee
t 43 m.-church SchooL
: a life"Training and a sister Kate
11.00: a.m.-Morning Service. ST. MARTIN'S CHURCHEpiscopal Union II:IS P M. Anderson of Miami. Chevroletworkpower
7:00: p.m-Metliodlrt Youth
( ) >>
Evening!: Worship 7:30: P.M.
Fellowship.CHURCH W N. raelfl
.. "Fundamentals of the Elias Hatfield | ;,
F Rev. dark H. Dorman Vicar
CHRIST Faith: Evangelism"Wednesday
-Sunday Services
." : KM: Booth Central Arena : Holstine
Eucharist
7:30 1.m.-lCarl.1
J. J. Sullivan Mimster! :
; 8:00: P.M. Mid-Week
'
I 10:30 -Family Service and
: a.m. News has been received Indewlston
Sunday: Service "Studies In IThessalonlans"
Bible School. Church SchooL of the death of E. H.
10:00: a.m.-
\ Saints and Holy Days as an (Lefty) Holstine which'occur:
11:00 I.m.-Worshlp.
:
nounced..Confessions. Friday: red In California on September
7.00: -Worship.
p.m. by appointment After-th&<3arae 16th, from I cerebral .hemorr
Wednesday
:
7:30: p.m.-Midweek devotionsand YOUTH HOOTENANNY hage.
I
,I Bible Study. Holstine was for 't'Yer.lyur.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH r s resident of Clewiston and an 4
employee of U.S. Sugar Corpo
First
Sooth Ctarlston
CHRIST
JESUS
Of
CHURCH I ration.
Surviving him Is hla
Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor I
APOSTOLIC FAITH
wife the former Uvonla
BAPTIST CHURCH Cong
9:43 Sunday School.:
goith Clewleto : a.m.-
.
don; who resides at their family
Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. VENTURA AT CENTRAL home in Orcutt, California;

10:00 .m.-SuDd.y School. 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training .Bob. L. Christie Pastor Her mailing address I is Mrs. E.

11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Union. H. Holstine. Box 226S, Orcutt, MIi
8:00 Worship Servic Y ( N Y
Tuesday: : p.m.- Calif. 93453.

7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday: Ii V 9zs
8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood.
Friday:
7:30: p.m.-Young People's Wednesdays:
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer

Meeting. Thursday: YOUR FURNITUREwn f look
I
8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice.
m-HATEN BAPTIST CHURCH'

Highway 72* LIKE NEW IttnfiT'I I

Rev. Vie Turner Pastor CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF ,

9:41: a.m.-Sunday School GOD

i 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. US South Franelae! Street

8:45: p.nv-Training Union. James F. Klmbrel Pastor with EXPERT

8.00: p.mu-Evening Worship.' Sunday:

Wednesday: 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School:

'. 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.CHVBCII 11:00: a.mMornlng Worship. REUPHOLSTERY

( 11:00: a.nv-Chlldren's Church.
f -
: 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic: ServIce

; OP JESUS: CHKIS1 Wednesday:

Hooker Feint 7:43: p.m.-Christ's! Ambassad

Paul Strickland, Pastor ors. .

10:00: ..-Sunday School.. Thursday:

f, 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prsyer and Bible
In
I ,\" j Wednesday: Friday: Study. Comes tWO kinds Of pickups Trim Fleetside.

7:00 p.mPray Meeting. '
:
.(..l'\ Saturday 4:00: p.m--Royal Rangers lor i Pickup (shown above) or handy Stepside Pickup'wlth running boards between -

} 1-M p.nv-Youth Meeting. Boys. '
r cab and fenders.
rear
) ,.1. There are 66- or 8-ft. bodies, plus an extra-long

fli :: Weekly Church Feature I. Sponsored '::3yJ 1 :' 9-ft. Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid

Send that 1ied"old famltur
us \"
held
i WU strip the frames and remove old fabrics .. strips.Tailgate snugly by antf-rattle latches.

f : Royale ne. Clewiston Federal and padding strengthen and rein' smooth independent front saspension'and You'getBfI

\J I SAVINGS i LOAN ..AS'1fI force the entire frame plus Joints. < sale

: '! Giddens Furniture springs, replace spring units if needed brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for your kind
.
Floyd HowelL Agent ,. send It back looking like newlJohnny's M I -
Store Telephone your Chevrolet

j tit pq STANDARD em. ES1PANY2b. ........ n. dealer about any typo of truck _
I -Jf. Easy .. .=....0..........._
GicIdIM .Way" 0I Seat CoversFree I. I ,
t l I'I Kelly Tractor Co. OJ1591"Chuck"

I Catiee Phone $4601Service
Pridgen

I: j I Pick-up and Delivery Wells

I -II H- 'd"Co un".."... 'Free Estimates YU 3-3271 Motor Co. Inc.

I'' '
r Motors Clevriston Florida ,
Ina
Parkinson's

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I WANTED to serve Products. Steady food earnings! dewiston Florida THE CLEW1STON NEWS Page T

consumers In Hendry Co. or year around. No capital re- Thursday October 22, 1964
quired. Write Rawleigh TA J
cLASSIFIED Palm Beach Co. with Rawleigh!
ADS 630 11 Memphis, Tenn.

Oct22cFOUNDblack gram, and It Involves shop truck blew a tire'aDd tipped I

DisplayClassifieds equipment etc. over on U.S. 27 a half mil west
T.N Mrs Harriett Zauel presidedat of the city limitExpensive t'' P
HEAL ESTATE :. I,$ t t Q II I ) the short business session of I

RATES: Four FOR the club. Miss\ Marjorie Daugh- shiners died when I
NEW two SALE _
sgZD bedroom CBS BY
? construction. OWNER :2
In.erUOD. 10 FOR SALE OR ftENT-lO'xtt' and white maledog trey was program chairman the water spilled from the tank:
.
bedroom
600 pet word per cbar.e: tour In 88,500.NORTHSEDE Payments home on northslde. two bedroom house trailer. ; la good condition, please and Miss Patricia Powers assisted in which they were being trans t
um -3 DeHroom frame. $61 per month Includes CaU YU S-276L tfo claim YU
by phoning. ported. ,
of &&hret. 26381.Itc Mrs. Weetman as hostess.
price Furnished.
:DI for the \ Immaculate. interest. !Insurance and
<> 3'1201 N TILSIDE-1 bedroom frame, taxes. Will accept late model FOR SALE-12 wide two bedroom The truck which fell over on
fIIONI!:yUkon 89.000. car for equity. Phone YU 2- trailer. $200 and take ,
its aide the median
If interested on strip
0751. ANNOUNCEMENTS I I MiSt! Bait is lostas
whale acmes apo ACREAGE as available. NooSeFOR over payments. CaU YU 2-40M. I was driven by Frances Estelle

rer-: tile cI. ssesate I ACRES NEW -2-BEDROOM 2 SALE two 2 bedroom ItP in on of the but Frank who was accompanied by ; I i
:pick DP awe p. bath frame home. Hardwood! apartments also BLUM ft: SONS PLASTERING.. her husband, Harry of Hollywood .
2ft of
acres truck
lJle Cr7.ial nealre. floors. land. South dewlston. YU 2- masonry residences Very Best Work tipsSix Eli, and Howard SMnfci I
ii tile New. 323 FHA HOMES in Broward 4235. miscellaneous for Sale We Save You Money of Fort Lauderdale. Damage to -
W sfure'Pesses math Palm Beach and Dade coun OcU2p on aorthsld ? Flittering Simulated Stone hundred dollars worth of the truck was estimated at 8300.
before Wedgesties, various sizes and prices. Stucco-Free Estimate bait went down the drain last Trooper Dave Tomlinson investigated ,
ob for Small cash payment REAL ESTATE REGISTERED!: CITRUS TREES please Licensed and Insured Wednesday when a pickup the accident t'
MIEN! FOR
J.
SALE-Ready to
W' FOR RENT- Efficiencies and go. 23 Yean In Business
M. TomliiMon. Ooa, Fla. Phone contact
houses as avafi2ble.I 3890 Lora Street
Over 1.000 vacant lots to select FOR RENT-two bedroom un- RE: W788. tfo. Fort Myers Fla. tic I "t
furnished J. 1\1. Lankford
from for all purposes. Various house 218 W. Arcade FOR SALE-meat display case, ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874
.
I Call YU 2-3J41 YU 2-
or
I I'' 1: prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. 2801. scale four row drink box. and
Uc EDWARD :FIELDS The demand for fat
THAN .AND INCOME other'Items.Nottlnghams, Phone
AND GREATER PROPERTY. FOR RENT two bedroom 21252. tic CUSTOM SEWING in my home.
lVEE tot boosts, acreage 8360,MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent trailer, 1 bedroom trailer 1 Sewing Machine Formals Jacket dresses and stocker
FOR
SALE
customersMA From the Estate of
.. W. have
bedroom "
apartment furnished. skirt slip coveri draperies.
with CBS Glenn E. (Fat) Etherton. On.IS' Repairs
fIIIlD'. LONG lowo resttic Phone YU 2-4064 tic Professional work. Florin Car- cattle is heavy
0 Beaardre7.Ph. yU TERM boat and trailer. 19S8 60>> ..
.. l. farm cane, grove and ranch FOR RENT-one and two bed- HP Evlnrude motor.. 1959 18 SINGERSales nes Phone 3-3981 evenln,
Oct29o only the
.- mortgages minimum 850,000. room trailers also large HP Evlnrude motor. 8673 One Buy
SAL-2 bedroom boule. LISTINGS NEEDED shady spaces. City sewerage.No motor cycle 1963 Moped. Rea Service SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom -
I g Crawford. YU z.3Q31. J. M. LANKFORD pets. dewlston Trailer Park. sonable. Phone YU 2-2821 or YU Parts Rentals made. Complete line of cattle you want

Uc Keg. Real Eatate Broker YU -2661. tIc 2-5211. tic Brand new' touch and sew drapery and slip cover fabrics, i,

SI-FOOT LOTS ON' LAKE 530 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-Modern 1 bedroom FOR SALE Chihuahua puppies m.chIn"011 display at Free estimates. Can YU M8U.
for sale. 83.750: each. Fire, Auto and General apartment 345 Alverdez.' Cor- 6 weeks old. Emanuel CARITHERS RADIO It: TV. Van Cothem'i Custom Furniture !
jUNE Lake Insurance Adams. YU 2-3245. Glades Merchantlle Co. Authorlzed and Upholstery. tfo .r f
1/3/ down. Phone ner E. Alverdez and San Ben- Oct29p -
Tool 635.. Ue dewlston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 ito. Singer agent In stors Sales Monday at 1:00 P.M. .
S
Oct29p Every
ry dd HO FOR SAUb-PayrtD envelopes, every Saturday. Please call : I
JOHN T. BRANTLEY Sr. printed with for. for social YU 24441 or come In 101 : TR D'E
security: withholding and other Bond Street tic \ I tJ,
FOR RENT One bedroom deductions doa of too.Oewiston. i I
Business Directory bouse. Phone YU 2-688L tic News office. If te'
WILL TRADE tote er acreagefor I
FOR RENT-one bedroom mobile Lake lot to build a
ALL MAKES SX" USED TV SEE THE NEW good
home. Call YU 1238.Uc SET Guaranteed. $11.95down. cabin on In Lake Placid. Bill GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN:

GOULD BROS. 814.M per month. LAKE Blum 3850 Lora St, Ft Myers.Fla. .
JOHNSON> CARS FOR RENTS bedroom house. APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tic MANATEEMobile tIe 1
S-8MI Belle Glad. Fta. i
WY
gaga.. 832. Sooth PAINT STORE Partly furnished 114 E., Al Plea
fet FOR SALE-1 emergency pow- f ,
verdez. YU 2-4615. Ito Homeat
gut transportation for jourmoney er plant 5 KW One mahogany Education topicat I
.
Licensed Contractors Insured
table 8'xlO II
TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or dining new. I
tUi side of Miami nEE ESTIMATES trailer space for rent FairGrounds 1 exit sign new. One small elect
Trailer Park. Phone tric motor. Call YU 21951. club
tear Police DealerCARITHERS. 211M E. BsgarUnd Hwy. 33044. tIe ito EHRLICH'SMobile meeting

these YU 2-2111 NEW APARTMENTS-On. and FOR SALE-Set of Collier En Home Superintendent Carl T. Horns- Wanted
two bedroom. All-conditioned. cyclopaedia with case. Like Court by and other education-leaders Help ;
RADIO and TV CaU YU 24675. tic New. Can YU 2-6991. attended a Business and Professional
IA1XS WITH SE1VJCBin >[ SEE US FORBOTTLED Oct29p 2 Bedroom $3395X0 Woman's Club meeting

approved credit cards GAS FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE Used Chord -organ 1$+00.00 DOWN Tuesday evening to discuss the The Glades County Sugar Growers '
house. Call YU of vocational educationas
welcome here. subject
108 Bond Et AppliancesSalesService 23406.UP with stand, and bench 884.50.: it might apply to the local Co-operative at Moore Haven is now .
Eckel Holdridge Music. YU
Ptme' YU 2441 FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished 24781.Itc area. accepting applications, for
E. B. Helny Tampa, area supervisor -
SOUTH SIDE

Bob Overtoil's POWER GASCORPORATION 622 E. Trinidad.apartments. Inquire Oct22p at FOY DURRENCEFOR NEW FRAME HOME .for the state of industrial department education, Clew- ,* Timekeepers ....

TRAILER SALESNEW FOR KENT-Trailers and Trailer SALE Parakeets $2.00 3 bedrooms iston Principal C. J. Chapman .
up Mynah birds! African: lovebirds 1H baths and Guidance Counselor Harold *
Royal Palm Trailer
spacei. Truck and trailer
and USED Paik. Phone YU 22603. tic monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet fireplacecarport Estep also took part in the dins operators
SIS Central Avenue boarding Thompson Wild cussion. Mr. Helny outlined the
YU
3.310111ENDRY
Phone YU 3.1831WALDRON'S JAMES H. DAVIDSONFOR Animal Farm' Phone YUkon 2- large front porch three phases of industrial edu- Tractor and wagon operators
1238. tfe cation program and said a survey
COUNTY RENT-water front trailer utility building would be needed to determine '
Title & Abstract Co. spaces and two efficiency FOR SALE-1954 >>n Chile ((16'x 32") how to establish s curriculum Various positions for field
'apartments with docking privi craft twin 143 engine 70>> watt flood lights to meet local needs.
Tttl_. Abstract*-Title Insurance leges. Phone YU 3-1801. Jolly radio phone 83,850.: See George .
HATS' AND GROCERIES shrubbery The three phases of the pray and highway -I
Pubic Stengrapksrtb.4.e.prbr operations
DmriloattngBridge Roger Marina. Novl2e Landers TV It: Radio ServiceCenter. fruit treesgood gram are: Industrial arts, an' ,

Open 7 s m. to 1 p.m. m. and Park Are.LaBeUe FOR RENT!: -.3 and 3 room furnished YU 2-1221. Oct29c construction: academic program in Junior for beginning approximately t
ItoSpm. Fta. P. O. Ben N'oa. apartment Phone 3- FOR SALE-reconditioned upright Slots 115'xl50' High grade to help students season
..", t-tltl get acquainted with such programs ,
127L tie piano. 8195. HoldrldgeMusic. additional lots November 2nd
Six Days a Week YU 2-4781. Itc available ; Trade and Industrial
COSED EVERY TUESDAY) FOR RENT-3 bedroom house Education. specifically to give .
EVINRUDESales I 2 baths completely furnished. FOR ,SALE country and ,western .- Shown byappointment kills for Jobs; and ,Technical, Apply employment application ( I
I*Tour Spur of Moment Northslde 8125 a month. Phone sacred, pop records. Hol only* Education which requires ,a, theAGRICULTURAL .
Picnics: YU 2-2571. NovSfl drldge Musle. YU 24781. Itc >. M. LANXTOBO -high ability level and is practically blank at i '
to Idles East of dewiiton and ServiceNew a college level program.A '. :
Bar Beach FOR RENT-Sman house. Furnished FOR SALE Used building ma- new program said Helny ,
OFFICE
and Used Meters or unfurnished. 83S terials. Lumber plywood is designed to help the potential J'
Marine Hardware month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 cabinets, windows,bathroom all MOTELSmall
Attention Cattlemen Parts and Aeeeaseries E.per Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson type fixtures. Wholesale prices. si dropout an exploratory This program program starts Hwy. 27. 2 miles south of Moore Haven .

h* k ft* Une te ......." Madre Safe* Eqolpsaest tic BIG Road CHIEF 84, Fort INC Lauderdale.8600 State Can motel and house. then develops into s skill pro- F FWILSON'S r I

M Mto with a .hag tens Phase YUkM S-B2U ,FOR RENT-furnished 1 bed 587-0560. Oct29c all pompletely'fumlahed,
km baa, low Interest rates, room apartment la Moore Ha- showing good operating. ,. I
wtth FOR SALE: White enamel 4
R. E. WALDRONFor ven. Inquire at Davis Grocery. income.

Federal Land Bank Oct29p vlnator burner refrigerator gal stove 833 830.00.00.Cash.Eel- Perfect for family looking ,

FOR RENT Apartment furnished See at 433 El Paso after 7.00p : for small Investment to 9cI
lee tr WriteW. Borne prompt deliveryOF Efficient single person. Jack 1.. .m. OcUSc give additional income. BAKERITE 3 Ibs.5WEBB'S :

t. MAY THE MIAMI HEKALD Scott 220 E. Arcade tic Priced $30,000with ,
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permanent route work. Will
M6 IoNic" ,. AH Appliances Tampa Tribune ,MOBILE. E.SJOa ,SAlt train man or woman if inexpe- Win Tak. Home or Land No. 2 CAN DAD'S %-CALLON. :' ;1
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Contracting
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Peerless Trailer. Pacific contact z.TROPICAGLO
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HATHCOCK'S News Press FOR SALE 45-ft house trailer work. General ledger bookkeeper Chuck BundschuLEE ,

ano MUs: A DRVlCB 2-bedroom with 2 rooms add- fifteen years experience. COtJN'HOaTGAOES ORANGE JUICE _____ 39t APPLES _________ 39t: },;
&. : A Home DeliveryW. ed on. Two haul lots fenced. Will also accept payrolls ,
STATION SERVICE ., 0..,CAMPBELL $3500. See George Landers, TV and accounts to be done in my Ft Myers GEORGIA GOLD DEL MONTE ""''t :l
orQ ALL mall? Phone 2-2791 &: Radio Service Center. YU 2- home. Can YU 2-7261. OXford: 4-2114 Box 1408 "

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school for mechanic and workIng Straughn was' working on one
County courtin changes in
the UM ,,,,
in the repair shop at the that had Just been righted by a
Alrglades Airport. Pitzen boughthis truck crane when the supportIng live veralboystopi.and defeMivlyvT
Guiana diamonds fall termThe
searches for
Local youth Seebee In Michigan and It wire parted. day night, rather Satur
in such shape he had to wtnw*
was fall term of county court tag one war, Play
bring it to Clewiston on a trail Is underway at the courthouse Ram shock Player If
i tl, There are diamond lurkingIn glades airport in two planes, er He then rebuilt it and it now In LaBelle with Judge Broward e Mandy MorreU*, heel

the river beds of the high one Pltzen's Seebee amphibian, is in perfect shape, he aays. N. Parsons presiding On the (Continued from Pace 1)) &erblck, was deaflllated JIIDIor qua
I hill country of British Guiana the other a Cessna flown by the All are skilled: handling and docket for Wednesday (and underway er of the week for ow play
and a Clewiston man It on hit expedition leader, Don Haack. repairing radios and all know as the Hews goes to Morrell swung wide to his left log 'Uorta Friday h1a
way there to find them. Proceeding by way of the Bahamas f'rearnns.!' All have known something press) are case against Otis and was knocked into the end only did Morren take night

,'; Jim Pitzen son of Mr. and they expected to take I of the lonely life of the Thomas Ricks and Robert H. zone. beating phyllciny In I lerrlli!
t j :( Mrs G. N. Pitzen of 943 West about two days to reach Georgetown bush when compatibility is an Henderson, each charged with Belle Glade took the ball over the offensive efforts
IJ, I Pasadena, has Joined two other the capital of Guiana -1 important factor. driving while Intoxicated.On after a fret kick and the game ,ers, but he was of y1e
where other people with gems ended two play later. truly I
1 'nap
1 OD
adventurers in a well-equipped of defense
Aside from the two types
the docket for today are.cases : Time
in their eyes will Join the party. The Tiger had vietorle and I
MotreU
over
which to come
expedition hopes '
which will make remoteareas was
I-c-- planes against Henry Lee Anderson traPPe4
foreata In April The two types of planes are Pahokee, Seacrest Sebrlng: and appeared for lib
out of the rain accessible, Haack has de- Wendell Bolin and Wallace to be large oaks
with enough of the precious car- !Ideal for their purposes. Haack : veloped a knock-down boat that Naples The Golden Ram he would snake his
M. Clift, each on charge
t bon to make their considerable has spent a decade in the fits nicely in the back of his while intoxicated chalked up !their first win of the gains. way b b,
: of driving ;
and that season last week at
effort worthwhile. Guiana bush during Riviera
Cessna It Is made of plastic Maxie Lee James, petit lar- The< Tigers will
time he has cut out 17 landing e."h Beach. retort 10
i In any event they will have sections which can be bolted ferenee
Israel N. Allen, failure to play on
ceny; Cine
Coach Joe
; satisfied their yen for adventurein strips in the diamond area r and sealed together There is a use due care.; Horace G. McLJn, Bundy assumed the day, October: 30 Field re
west of Georgetown full for la
300 miles responsibility the
( roughly calling the A
a land where the Wai Wet Indians bow and a stern and four-foot drunkenness, disorderly and Park RedLooking Devils
His will be usedto ill-fated that leek
play
plane
prevented the
I still hunt with poison arrows panels that make possible the conduct and abusing minor puted first place In
; where rivers rushing out reach these locations. The assembly of craft 7.11 or IS feet Tigers from running out the ence. the ode/
child, and Travis G. Curby, wll.
used for landing clock for
will be 13-13
amphibian a tie. "I know
in flood time 24
of the bills are long, depending on require- back
ful and wanton reckless
in rivers In rolling country driving. and feel that the It the Ralllios
boy and fan
feet above normal crest, and ,ments. This craft will permit Bund)' .W
where night sounds are the buz- where it would be impossible to extension. of the search to areas The case against eight ;youths know that they outplayed a again played that Sml!)'

ting of Insects and the cries of cut strips. that few others will be able to of the South Bay-Belle Glade keyed-up Belle Glade team. We game, both on an oulstandl
wild animals. Haack; who hails from Milwaukee reach area who were charged In an made too many mistakes that fense. Booker, Offense sad d
from a family alleged attempted "rumble" inQewlston resulted In point for the Ram. out was llao slog
The trio left Sunday; from air. comes for his
i t w New suction dredging equipment last year was nol I felt we could pull it out," the game. offensive efrona
made nf aluminum and pressed Defendants on these Bundy saidLooking baptism "This was Rodney

Page ( THE: CLEWISTON NEWS: Clewiston. Florida 4 therefore much lighter than the charges were Saundra K. Coop toward Jupiter be expected under to J fire, and he

Thursday, October 22, 1964 r heavy, bulky gear used in the er, Martha Farmer, Lee H. Bundy plan to make minor as a sophomore make' nei SIik
past is waiting in Georgetown Farmer, Kenneth Gotthardt, Bundy sst
for the Haack group. Despite its John ColLns (deceased) John H.
1 r JIMMIE: PITZEN, local adventurer examines plastto prow of I
lighter weight, it Is expected to Little, Roger Marlon Fuller and
1t'Ilt'! boat that will be assembled when his party of diamond hunters
m... .. \1rll I be much more efficient than the Carrol Wayne McSwaln.
.. reach Guiana Interior. With two companion Fltien took old. t
IAmona
off Sunday on the first let of their journey toward the gem
/ THRIFTY'SSHOPPER'S country of the South American ba.b.ITAFF PHOTO those saying farewellto Y-o-u..i
Pitzen and his friends at the

Alrglades Airport was George
that has been in the diamond rivers, animals hot In the for Hclnley who runs the plane repair
business for )years on the im ante There Is the ara palma,, shop there. Helnley flew to DEAR SIR:
port-sale's side. He worked la- said to be the largest fresh water Guiana last year with Pitzen asa The administration, students, Make 'Extra'
'H.! MENU side with his father and broth. Cab in the world, buab ur- passenger and it was there and fan of Belle Glade are Money
er for a time but he's essentially keys and the capybara, a rodent the latter got the gem fever. grateful to the Clewiston High
: FridaySaturdayFried an outdoor type and be decided that weighs some 200 poundsand Helnley flew back after a short School for the use of the football without Extra
f te iI to find his own diamonds.He is very good eating. The time but Pitzen remained there field last week. Your act Work!
has done pretty well and rivers 'abo hold the vicious piranha a year, returning with Haack. of kindness after the hurricanewill
Young (, once he plucked a stone from a a school of which could always be remembered. Make your work
river than was worth 6000. The devour a man in a abort time. The trio has no plans as to Harry L. Davis money as hard as
I Chicken Livers best&, Guiana find thus far 'was The third man to take off with the length of its stay In the Athletic Director you do. Our high rate of return will add

made by a Chinese who found Pitzen and Haack Is Frank "lost world of endless rivers." Belle Glade High School up regularly to help build
spinach or one worth more than 1115,000 at Eagle of Philadelphia, Pa. They will have a respite when your insured

tossed salad present prices. whose mining experience in the the rains come In April but If savings quickly and effortlessly( Open
/ Pltzca, who Is 29 and a '97 past has been mostly for gold. the lock is good, or perhaps if Line foreman ]
with
Italian bread graduate of Clewlston high He was reached by Haack it !Isnt. they will go back to your account us today.

or hot roll58cor school, has been to Guiana also, through.the mail as he was living reach for the bright stones that hurt in fall
and that's where he met Hack on a sail boat in the Bahamas could mean a fortune.In EARN MORE NOWI!

flew back with him and rmrti A construction man who Charles! Straughn, line foreman
any event they will comeback
plans for the current expedition has supervised the building of with a lasting of for the Clewiston Utilities ptHA4y :
memory
;/ It Isn't Waldorf Tower livingIn alrparts, among other things, varied and awesome beauty Department, was seriously Injured lo Clewiston Federal
the rain forests. The men will Eagle would rather get out in that is the Interior of Guiana. on Friday when the guy o
)' be sheltered by tents, work the wild and rough It, and entertain which "land wire cn a pole he was erecting sana4r+y
j' I ; 2 for 98c from sunup to sundown, and the hope for a big strike. means of water snapped, causing him to fall 20 / ;uiss
sleep during the dark hours. All Tho men are Ideally suited .vit t to the ground. III f Savings and LoanAssociation

gear and provisions have to be for their pursuit Haack ofu Mail DelayedThe lie sustained fractures of the l'
.
I flown in and so luxuries are left hs the most experience pelvis and wrist and was heldat 4. sr
i'I Thrifty Drugs behind. Everything is geared to In gem searching in the bush US. Mall was delayed the Hendry General Hospital % s s/;
the overriding mission of search. but the other two also have had a b o u t two hours yesterday where he had been rushed by 'erreate
''I Dehydrated foods, rice beans at lent some of this experience morning when the mall truck ambulance
I JI'lf w-'W mJl'm1lPf.p. ,lzJ.'ftta'1t J and other'' common staples are ttt are mechanics! Pities having broke down en route to Clew- Fifteen poles had been lev-
I It, augmented by fish caught in the dev :op.d fell skills in> a !iston. elled by Hurrlcaiu. Iiheii end 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewidnn






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I During the 8 years Goldwater and his voted for the farmers positions I 11 I times

: ;r' r, ; opponent were in the Senate together and against them 41 times. His
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nent
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/" I Goldwater pledge "Support' of sustained ers positions (an expressed in Farm great friend of the farmer poses even voted as a Goldwater pledges the "adoption and I

:' /' yield management_of. our forests and expanded Bureau Resolutions) 67 times andagainst against the Agricultural Act, of 1958. mentation! of f a fair and adequate: ]

,t research for control of forest insects, dhaaes them 3 tImes; He has voted with WHO providing necessary supplemental farm 1
t .. WOULD YOU
,I end forest fires". -'-" ."' 'the farmers on .Farm Program legislation I SAY 1 IS THE I for p rod"d harvesting! agricultural cmodifies.
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Goldwater pledges to "Support a constitutional Goldwater pledges "Meaningful safeguards

," amendment well as legislation, .
as ,, against irreparable
injuries domestic
to
enabling states having bicameral legislatures! 4 industries by disruptive any

House basis of their choosing s, 4, 'h cis surges of imports
to apportion! one on su S1 n the
: case of BEEF and OTHER
', ,including factors-other than populatIon'. ";? MEAT PRODUCTS
coal
textiles oil
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Goldwater is for -' "opening avenues peaceful

,., progress t,in solving racial controversies "' Goldwater
pledges _
'1 '"\while discouraging lawlessness and violence! : overseas sales of Greater emphasis on

i i' -He( voted against the .so-called Civil Rights to friendly surplus farm commodities

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We pledge .,development of truly voluntary commodity programs for man multiple Pleads

h t. commercial,agriculture, including payments >In kind out of government- ," "We pledge to ,
'' owned surpluses, diversion of unneeded land to conservation uses, PRICE strength of provide our farmers who have contributed SO
f stimulate theire our nation. with '1SUPPORTS
FREE OP POLITICAL MANIPULATION in order to the maximum opportunity to
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and attain: fair market prices, together with adequate credit facilities: and ; ." efforts to :anaq.ment deda1OlU1 on their own farms, while resist
upon them
1 CONTINUED SUPPORT OF FARM-OWNED AND OPERATED: COOPERA- h' further federal controls.!

)DIVES INCLUDING RURAL ELECTRIC AND TELEPHONE FACILITIES, tax' 'W. ledge to repeal the Admintotratlons. wheat certificate b 1:

while resisting! all wtterts to make the fanner dependent for his economic f ittgly on nbera, eo burdensome to 1ow-1nccme families and ovar'
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federal ,
survival, upon either compensatory payments by the government fmrmera

1 the:wtdsl of the SecretarY' of Anrimilhiftt! __ "'WE PUDGt .
r upon h ADOPTION OF A
AND
.of aU lirovemmenti levels and private AND IMPLEMENTATION
:.dull caoperatlon: =,for Paid Po1lJScal AcbertlHmeal Paid lor by C3iUt Committee for [ ""
advdncfnq the balanced! _tae Y/(the natlori I natural resources to ( GoUwoUr) MENTALFARMLABS: ?RAM FOR PROVIDING NECESSARY

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VOLUME 17 NUMBER 43 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. 3 U. P.M. Subscription $4.00 year 10 ,/

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L_: : :T I Legion opens Pilots have own :.I I I




member i driveWith remote retreat ),',,\Y :


the appointment of a his widow or children may be Pilots who fly from the Municipal John Cockrlll spotted the area, tion on the area, which extends ::1
'" special committee to direct 1U entitled to many benefits", said Airport now have their near Grassy Island, from, the over a number of acres, and I
"Roll Call 1965", Clfwlston Post Veltre. The eligibility dates for own little Shangri La. air Being an expert on aerial was Informed that it was a i
No. 93 of the American Legion American Legion Membershipare Its a high place in the Okee weed killing he sprayed a strip "spoil" Island, formed from t. I
) here, has opened its membership : chobee marshland less than four of the Island with weed killer, dredging Cockrlll thinks the Island l
drive for the coming year, miles from the city and the only waited for the spray to take effect has been there for a long ,
Post Commander Frank E. Vel- World War I-April 6, 1117 to convenient way to reach and then landed and put time.
HS GET A LETlEK. Some of tight
t lot GOING TO Mrs. D. W. Judd, Mn., Johnle Jackson, tre, announced today. Nov. 11, 1918 there is by plane. The Trusteesof the finishing touches on his landIng The island has thick
rf ClewUlon employee.! buoy Preparing Mrs. Edward Barton Mn. Ernie World War II-Dec. 7, 1941 to growthsof
"t Olr> Simmons Mrs Chairman of the committeewill the Internal Improvement strip with a machete.
>964 '" statement to *oa. Len to *. T. Webb; not Sept. 2, 1945 Fund at maples, willows, myrtle and .,
|s.aD your shown Mrs Beth Moorman. be Walter Brantley Jr., assisted Tallahassee didn't even Cockrlll wrote to the Improvement guava, and there are palms .- '
'STAFF PHOTO by Dave Stockman, Adjutant Korean War June 25, 1950 to know it existed. Fund asking for Informs- around its perimeter. Cockrlll

and Slon Stalls, publicity July 27, 1953 figures it was cultivated: some .
Eligible veterans should
contact
Local the Committee Dave Monthly report of Sheriff's Dept.The 30 odd years ago i'':
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or '
youth in
has advice The American Legion Post Stockman You can reach the place on
Carruthers Adjutant.
on living Roster, will be divided Into two Hendry; County Sheriffs larceny, contempt of court, foot, but you have to cut your I'
naval course teams (Every; other name will Department reports that-during abusing a minor child, defective way In with a machete. There I
I live AB Your Life" was the i ice > glon, education, government and belong to one team; the remainIng named the month of September equipment, violation of driver's Is not enough water for boats 1 sand I !
'( Woody Carruthers dew- behavioral sciences. James A. Wohlhueter, son of names will belong to the Taylor 1964 the Department, with license restriction, driving on the terrain is such that airboats I
director of recreation, Governor Bryant in his keynote Mrs. Ruby P. Wohlhueter of second team.) The team which members of the Florida Highway wrong side of road, failure to would have a difficult. ,
t back from the 46th anEl address told the Clewlston is undergoing recruit brings in the most memberswill Patrol, and Florida Wildlife appear to answer summons, accessory time reaching it :
National Recreation Con- congressthat training at the Naval Training receive a prize. This drive Rotary headN. The to build barbecue
in order to live all one's Officers, made 192 arrests, ; to contributing: to delinquency pilots plan a I
life a has to work Center in San Diego, Calif. Is to remind all War Veteransof and served 14 out-of-county: warrants or a minor. pit there and they have. I''
person
at It.
fibre than 3,000 volunteer anditeitaul "It's to lie He is studying basic military their service to their country, T Taylor of Bell Glade for a total of 206 warrants a tent they plan to erect if a I
around
I workers in recrea- be idle,"easy he said, "but and law, customs and etiquette, seamanship which makes them ELIGIBLE has been selected governor of served. Two each for; contributing to helicopter pilot succeeds in his
,were on band in Miami ret live have to do to really and shipboard routine. to become Legionnaires. This is Rotary District 699 for the ensuing The Department delivered 24 the delinquency of a minor, no plan to airlift the supports. "It .
%tor the annual gathering, plans you, become active things, make Upon completion of the course a privilege which every; veteran year. He was chosen by emergency messages where fishing license, improper display will be a place for us to getaway 11 ,
( only nationwide meeting wait for leisure to and not" htf will be granted a 14-day should take advantage of. the district at its recent Boca public service had failed and of registration tag. from it an," says Cock < ilrUl. "
I with all aspects of come to you. leave before reporting to his Talk with any of the above committee Raton meeting, after Rotary turned over $6.630.00 to the Three each foe:; beating board : rf '
lion and leisure. new duty at a service school. or to any Leglonalre. dubs of Belle Glade, Pahokce. County Fine and Forfeiture bill, driving while Intoxicated, The place has many wildcats '
| Amaxthe& speakers at the Townsend leader "We plan to have the bulk of Clewlston and Okeechobee Joined Fund failure to have vehicle under and It is believed they migrated f r
if were Governor Farrlst our 1965 membership drive completed lit presenting him for the of Arrests were as follows. control, resisting arrest. there recently In order to prey ,,; I
t, Mrs. Eunice K. Shrlvntilftn visits Clewiston Glades Roofing Co. by Veterans Day, to permit One each for; interfering with Four for; worthless checks. on the many; rabbits that fre "';,
of the late President All Types of Roof sad us to devote as much time fice.Taylor, who Is general manager an officer in performance of Five for; improper start froma quent It. Cockrlll: said he encountered )j !
Etar, Kennedy and George' ,Jt D. Wysong, a member of Sheet Metal Work and effort as possible to our for Wedgworth's, Is well his duty, illegal possession of parked position. one larger than any; .r '
? Donaldson executive secre- National New Construction community service programs. known in Clewlston. As representative alcohol by minor, Improper Seven for; public profanity. had ever seen before. It tried I
the Council of er
19 of the Georgia Agricultu' theTownsend Repair Jobs Nationally the American Legionis of the sponsoring Belle muffler, carrying concealed 10 for; assault and battery.; to stare him down. 11 t't'he
:il Commodity Commission dubs of North America working to better conditionsand Glade club, he was a guiding weapon, failure to report an 14 for; no driver's license, The retreat Is an answer to '
I (fee phase of the conference was a visitor here last week. Phone 2.7111 benefits for disabled veter source for the Clewlston Rotary; accident, second degree murder wilful and wanton reckless driving. the exclusiveness of a place established ,4' I
w a "day-in-depth" session Wysong called on E. D. SIBS, Day or Erenlnrs ans.iA. war veteran has no excuse Club at the time of its organization. failure to yield right-of- ,In like manner by 3 ,
IriSM< 'teaming to Live with Sr. of 326 Bond Street, president P. O. Box U41CLEWISTON for not joining a veterans He is known far and wide way. Improper driver's license, 17' for; public drunkenneia. members of the Clewlston Boat tt, '
:. ure" at which five noted of Clewlston Townsend Club FLA. organization, even though he as "Nattle", a contraction of no trailer tag, giving false Information 18 for; disorderly conduct Club-a place ;you can reach only
"um explored work, rell- No. 1, on Friday night came out of service unacarred, his real name Nathaniel T. to an officer, petit 67'for; unlawful peed. by boatBadcocfeb 31"I I'I


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For Justice. ., the Supreme Cernrt, FOE MEMBER HOUSE OF Proposed Constitutional 'jNO.'. ,
ELECTORS Groop No. 2 REPRESENTATIVES. HENDBT COUNTY CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
4 (Vote for one) AmendmentsMark ARTICLE XVI
(Vote for One)
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FOR PaESlDEN1' J. L SPRATT (Dent' Centlsmlty; c.nl'lllllea6-ProposIDg an
? AND VICE r&ESJDEN1' ," RICHARD w. <( E3 a cross (x) mark In the square at the amendment to Article XVI of the Florida
ERVIN'I:=! Against the Constitution to provide for means to insure
RIGHT For the Amendment or
p (vote for Croup) continuity; of state and local governmental
..,;," Amendment. operations in periods of emergency: result.
:;: log from disasters caused by enemy attack.

I Democratic FOB JUDGE:, DISTRICT COURT OF ",.;*:
APPEAL SECOND APPELLATE COUNTY
LYNDON B. JOHNSON DISTRICT GROUP A : NO.1CONST1Tt1TlONU FOR THE AMENDMENT 1-:
For President : AMENDMENT TO

;,1 (Vote for One' '.. COUNTY: JUDGE ARTICLE VIIAppeeWnmentPropodng AGAINST THE AMENDMENT |=::1

HUBERT JMIPIIREY W1lLIAH P. ALLEN (IDom'' E3 (Vote for One) ,to Article VB of the Florida an Constitution amendment relating

For Vice-President to Apportionment and Census, providing -
BROWARD N. PARSONS (Dent) that the House of Representatives NO. 2.

shall consist of 112 Representatives and
I Republican'BARRY '., the Senate shall consist of 43 members and CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
JUDGE DISTRICT COURT OF ARTICLE IV SECTION
FOB further providing that the Legislature shall 2*
M. GOLDWATER APPEAL SECOND APPELlATBDISTIUCI' at the 1971 regular session and
For Preudenti GaoVl'vote C CLERK OF TIlE reapportion Commissioner of Agrleoltore, Duties-Pro
,;i ;XIRCUIT COURT every ten years thereafter. posing aa amendment to Article IV, Section
i ; ( for One) 20 of the Florida Constitution relating to
One)
(Vote for
I the duties of the Commissioner of Agriculture ) .
WILLIAM E. MILLER FOR THE AMENDMENT
For VIce-President CHARLES 0. ANDREWS: Jr. (Dote) EI eliminating his supervision over mat-
; B DOROTHY MOORE' ClARE (Dent' ters pertaining to public lands and the
E3 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT Bureau of Immigration.

FOB" WRITE IN

FOB JUDGE DISTRICT COURT OF FOR THE AMENDMENT I
Voting for Electors For COUNTY SHERIFF NO.3CONSTITUTIONAL -
President and Vlee-Presldent, APPEAL SECOND APPELLATE "
DISTRICT, GROUT E (Vote for One) AMENDMENT TO AGAINST THE AMENDMENT '-I
: SECTION 7
ARTICLE XVI
(Vote for Each)
(Vote for One) EARL .. DYESS (Dam) Terms .( Offices created by Lerlslatere-
R Proposing an amendment to Article XVI.
JACK P. WHITE ( Section 7 to provide that the Legislature NO. 1'CONSTITUTIONAL
11-8 may extend the terms of the membership
AMENDMENT
on the board charged with responsibility; for TO
1 { COUNTY TAX ASSESSORVote colleges and universities (not Including junior ARTICLE: XVI

I ; ( for One) colleges) to not more than nine yean. Civil Trials. IB branch eonrtheases fat. Dade
FOR CIRCUIT: COURT JUDGE County-Proposing an amendment to Article
,1 TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: XVI of the Florida Constitution authorizing !
LUCIIL SMALL 'IDem' FOR THE AMENDMENT
civil trials in branch courthouses! in
.I (Vote for One) E3 EI
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I Dade County.;

," LYNN N. SILVERTOOTH: (Dens) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

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COUNTY TAX COLLECTORVote FOR THE AMENDMENT qAGAINST '

\' .0p ( for One) NO.1CON'STIT1JTIONAL 1 I
THE AMENDMENT ,
f : AMENDMENT TO
:' T. E. HEDGES: (Dem) ARTICLE: XII. SECTION II,
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l'H STATE SUB-SECTIONS (ea) and (C.)

School Bonds for Capital Outlay-Proposing NO. IS'

: FOB SECRETARY OF STATE an amendment to Article XII of the Florida CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
I '! COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF State Constitution relating to the use of ARTICLE: v: SECTION I,

: ........ :: t (Vote for One) PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONVote part of the revenue derived from the licens SUBSECTION (1)
leg of motor vehicles for
I 5' capital outlay and
( for One) Increasing number ef Judicial Circuit -
.-, 1 ," debt service and other school purposes; adding Proposing an amendment to Article V, Sec
: TOM ADAMS (IDom. a method of computing toe! number of
EI tion ((1) of the Florida Constitution Increasing
CARL E. IIORNStV (Dent) Instruction units; increasing interest rate
r} '. ,'" ,,' 8 to 4tt) percent per annum and extending the number of judicial circuits: to not
more than 20 and providing that there shall
I maturity date bonds to
on January 1, 2000.
+...; be no reduction In \the number of circuit

I -t, FOR COMPTROLLER .- judges residing in any county formerlya
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I (Vote for One) COUNTY SUPERVISOROF FOR THE AMENDMENT I 0 part of a judicial circuit: hereaf.er created -
II I REGISTRATION divided changed or revised.

CONGRESSIONAL -4\\. (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT '0

-tt ',' GREEN (Dem').t=j.Y.E. j. FOR THE AMENDMENT '
: ,. Jo) L HALL (IDom.. I
w.,' FOB UNITED STATES! SENATOR 44 :; B
AGAINST
; (Vote for One) ., NO. 4 THE AMENDMENTNO.

F 1: sPisWm 'FOR COMMISSIONEROF : CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT! TO
11 I : L. HOLLAND (Dem) AGRICULTURE ," ARTICLE: XII, SECTION B
.1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER
.' Principal of State School Fend to remain 11
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CLAUDE R. KIRK, lrt; '( (Vote for One) DISTRICT NO. ONE (1)) inviolate,
Rep) I Ir Exception Proposing an amendment CONSTITUTIONAL: AMENDMENT TO
(Vote for One)
to Article XII. Section 9 of the Flor ARTICLE: XVO
::11 DOYLE CONNER (Dote) ida Constitution authorizing that the principal
r EJ'' "SAMMY LANGroRD .Dent. of the state school fund may be expended Addition! Method II R.TbIac. ''or Amending -

c; -' FOR REPRESENTATIVE E3 for capital outlay on behalf of state the Constitution. -Proposing an amendment -
i IN CONGRESS 'institutions of higher learning. Including to Article XVII of the Florida Constitution -
,, SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT junior colleges, and capital outlay for public providing aa additional method of
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)/' (Vote for One) FOR STATE TREASURER scboolsFO : revising or amending the! Constitution providing

J COUNTY COMMISSIONER that either branch of the Legislature
i (Vote for One)
r/ i PAUL G ROGERS (Dem) DISTRICT NO. THREE (1) may propose by joint resolution a revision
i -" (Vote for One) !HER of the entire Constitution or a revision or
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:i JOHN D. STEELE (Rep) J. EDWIN LARSON .Dent, 8 B amendment of any portion and may direct:

HARVARD .. PAIUtII010N (Dent' AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. and provide for an election thereon.
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AMENDMENT
FOR THE
FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE (Vote for One) COUNTY COMMISSIONER CONSTITUTIONAL.AMENDMENT S \ TO AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 1 0

DISTRICT NO. FIVE (I) ARTICLE: Xn
t. .l: .: EARL F.mca.cmt ) Appointment or election of County:
: : FOR GOVERNOR '. (Dent (Vote for One) School
i;r' E3 Superintendent la certain ....1IeI Pro
(Vote for One) posing an amendment to Article ,
A XII of the NO 12CONSTITUTIONAL
GRATTON H. GEORGE (Dent' State Constitution providing that the '
8 SuperIntendent AMENDMENT TO
,: ,w HAYDON BURNS (Dens) of Public Instruction shall be ap ARTICLE: IX. SECTION 1C
: < I r, r FOB STATE SUPERINTENDENTOF ,pointed by the County; Board of Public In
CHARLEs R: HOILEY (eReD) PUBLIC INSTRUCTION struction in the counties of Escambla. Lake, Extending period ., time for Second Gas
Martin. Okeechobee, Palm Beach Putnam Tax-Proposing aa amendment to ArticleIX.
I,; I 'il (Vote for One) e. MEMBER BOARD OF P17BLlCINSTRUCTION' and Seminole wherein the proposition is Section 10 of the Florida Constitution

I DISTRICT NO. TWO ((2) affirmed by a majority vote of the qualified relating to distribution and use of gasolineand
I t a The remaining offices required by TOM D. BAILEY I Dent' (Vote for One) ejectors of any\ such county making the like taxes, increasing from SO to 75
I t law to be filled at this election are E3 office appointive -and providing that any years from January ,I, 1942. the period
f 1i being sought by only one candidate 1' JUNE WRITE (1Dom'' county adopting this proposition may. after during which proceeds of the Second Gas
s I. for each office. To vote for these E3 four same return. to its status by Tax shall be placed in the "State ,Road
the adopting
r remaining offices place a cross (eXI) PUBLIC' : for it. Distribution Trust Fund."
mark in the square to the right of FOR FLORIDA
j f the name of the candidate for ,..UTILITIES COMMISSIONER
1 whom you desire to vote. To vote ( MEMBER BOARD OP PUBLIC FOR THE AMENDMENT FOR THE AMENDMENT
y t (Vote for One) a
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for'a person whose name Is not INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. FOUR ((4)
: I printed on the ballot write his (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT AGAINST THE A1fENDb NT
"Ed" MASON (Dent)
name in the blank space providedfor EDWIN
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purpose.
JOE at, RAIL (Deco
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NO.1CONSTITUTIONAL
Nci. X13CONSTITUTIONAL'AMENDMENT
; JUDICIAL :. : AMENDMENT TO
FOR STATE ATTORNEY ARTICLE XII : TO
k l ,TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Appointment. or election of Couty ARTICLE: :X. SECTION 1Ssrasote
School
))1' For Jostle of the Supreme Dart.: (Vote for One} ; JUSTICE DISTRICT OF NO.THE ONE PEACE: tl( ). Superintendent. Taylor. Comity: Proposlnir Coaly Bosses es4 Exemption -
No. 1 an amendment to
'"4 Great Article XH of the ConsUtattoo X
Proposing amendment to Article
(Vote for One) (Vote for One) providing that the an
FRANK ECHAUB (Dote) Superintendent. of Section 7 of the Florida Constitution relating -
Public
: R Instruction of Taylor County; shall to
homestead exemption providing
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11 K. ROBERTS (Dem' It EDDIE CROSBY (Dom' be appointed by the County Board of Public that In Sarasota County the first 12.000 of
;
'EI ,T, .. E3 Instruction provided the
t firmed proportion taaf- the assessed valuation on ham and contiguous
by a majority vote of \the Qualified real property shall] be taxable for:
I electors of the county; and that the
county; school exemption
.the
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"" FOB '''PUBLIC DEFENDER. may after four years return to its former baa apply to tbeneXtand thousand dol
For Jostle ., the Supreme Ceart' TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CONSTABLE, DISTRICT. NO. ONE (If) status by the same procedure outlined for lars for school purposes only of assessed

I'. f'$, Qroa No. 2 "' (Vote for One) adopting It. valuation.'
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I i"f. .:, R. HARRIS DREW l Dem' Bf WALTER 11 TAtUoV ., (Dent' B G. H. SMALL .l 1Dom'' EI FOR'THE'AMENDMENT B FOR THE AIIENmOIIIT a


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and Gary Roth received thecoveted iI I
Miss Mildred Peel National i
Webeloi ,
Cubs badge, which
they Ire permitted to wear with Harlem Community News Advisor New Home Makersof
their Boy 3cos! uniform. America, Department of
Health. Education and Welfare

Scouts'Flvt David A Denslow, cubmas- Washington D.C. .
become ter, conducted the pack meet- MRS JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Won: Phone YU 1-7651 .b

CUbs from DeD. 1 were lag, and Loyai Barton, Scoutmaster Concept Approach to Curriculum y
IntD the lIoy Scout Inducted the five Cut SPECIAL NOTICE CVewiiton Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Eleven Miss Lucy Lang Supervisor 'I'

Jrldulted at \ first Pack meetingBOOP into Scouting Assisting with the TO PARENTS Thursday October 22, 1964 of Central Area F'P7 I''

tear. held In Sugarland Impressive Ceremony w e r e Parents please com to the Home Economics Education '' I I
dx. Tbursd.y when rain :Rudy Barton, David McCarthy, school meet the teacher and Tallahassee Fla. \p'lll.
\ HARLEM ACADEMY'S HEALTH> PROGRAM 1864.65The .
"udiwr1uJt\change III the plans Jim McCarthy, Kenny Strick pick up your child' report card. Housing and Home Furnishings .: p
ced outdoor a ceremony land. Jimmy Redleh Rodney Report cards will be Issued to Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease AssociationIs -.. Mill Virginia Leslie; -; !;

at III BeardsleyJ.." Fennington and David AngeU. parents Thursday Oct. 22, from offering an opportunity for all students to have a free Supervisor of Western Ares _
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k KeUy, D.vld Miler The five boys who were inV 1:30: p.m. until 3:00 p.m. and tuberculin test at our school (Harlem Academy), November Horn Economics Education T
JIIOCk Bob T:00 p.m. until I:00 p.m. 3, 1964. and Miss Katie Barrlneau Supervisor 11
---' '-'-'''-'''''' Parent please to this of Home Economics 1,) !I
call respond In order for each child to receive this Tuberculin test, Education Escamble County. '>> I,

Mr. A. A. Thomas, the parents must sign i and return a consent card to the The Home Economics teachers II
Principal school, as shown below on or before November 2, 1964. were well informed with .' '

These cards and letters of explanation will be brought helpful Information to be used ,,1;:, I'I I,

home to you by your child. in producing better prepared II
F.T.A. NOTICEThe
y PTA. will hold it's meeting Your usual cooperation is helping to Improve health home Attending making from students.Clewlston was i I

ASSISTING CLEKKS: with their new duties .fa the hbUe Monday night, Oct. 25, 1964 conditions community wide. Miss J. T. Watts Home Economics ,:Ir j I
in the .cboollibrlr,. All members D. W. Hill. Health Coordinator
Health H 1 I
Instructor a r e m
Department b 1 Hn. ...
Dorothy .er. seated, center,
and friends asked be
are to. A. A. Thomas Principal Academy /
Mr. Either .It clerk kMr
la the Hendry County Health Departmental
present Guest speaker will be 1/I
LiBelle. Mrs Barbara Keueher Moor Haves elerk, lad Rev. L. H. ,
Mrs Chrfaitlne King pastor Dal...____....... .186.... BAND PARENT CLUB NEWS
Rowell. Clewbtan clerk, are reviewing tome Friendship Baptist Church. R The Band avid Band Parentsare
of the report and forma which they will handle Staff Photo very special and Interesting lelllng Booster Badges and

program has. been arranged. Name .........__.... ....._........_........__._.._ _.. Stickers to help complete their

ducted became Cuba at the age Mrs Annie Mitchell: (Last) (FIrat) Mlddl.( ) drive for band uniforms. Please
Richard
of tight years, and have been Hornsby President help by making your purchaseand

fellow members Den 1, of CHAPEL-PROGRAM Race ..__.._.. Sex __.. Birth Date :..._......__...._... wearing one early. '
which Mrs Betty Roth 1 U Den on lea exercise The Band Parents win meet
The 6B. Class of Harlem
Oct. 15. 1964. IAn
Mcthsr. for Thursday night
Scout days. Each their boys'entire parents Cub Marine Private First dais Academy presented their chapel Sne' Addreta .____......_...... Otr .._. ...._............_ parents are asked to be pre waent.

were present to witness the impressive Richard B. Hornsby, ion of Mr. program, Friday Oct. 16 Important business.J. '

rt Induction ceremony and Mrs. H. E. Hornsby of 421 Song "The Star SpangledBanner" Teacher ___.......,. .__..__ School .._.____ S. Gajadha
l A. C. Ellison is assistant Cub- West Ventura Ave., Clewlston. president ,,
Fla., recently participated la a Pledge
master. three-day exercise aboard the Silent Prayer Family PhysicianI _.. ___.._.__..:...___.. CLUB Nom "? ;

r a' triphibious assault ship US3. Musical Selection! .... Anderson, Members of the H.M.N. Club :.
New books in Guadalcanal operating out of Summers Brannen Allen, HEREBY REQUEST THAT MY CHILD BE CIVEN A FREE held their meeting. Tuesday I
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N'l-folk Va Klngcade. Flournah and Me- TUBERCULIN REIN TEST FOR TUBERCULOSIS. evening Oct. I, 19M at the Elite i
He is serving with Marine Intyre president presided '
Medium Helicopter Squadron Poem ....,.......... Vanesta Bobo Cafe. The interestingfrom
public libraryJunior 261, Marino Aircraft Group 26 Playlet .. "Columbus and the Signature of Parent __.__...._...____..__......- and the start meeting to finish.was After the .

Marine Corps Air Facility Jack. Queen" regular routine of business, \

Fiction: nonvll'n. NC. The squadron Instrumental Solo .-- Vanesta Address .__.........___?__._..._......, plans were secretly put in action '
11M provides transportation of com- Bobo of .
kt Seven Chicks Missing-Barr ,.>! ready Marines over and be- Group Dance ._ Klngcade Johnson Band parents and band are selling the Baptist Church in Rltta. He for the surprise birthday ,\

My Friend Charlie-Flora hind enemy lines.Florida Allen Harris Anderson band boosters buttons and Is survived by a devoted wife the month. Davis the : ', ,
Fannie was
The Hundred Dresses-Estei and FlournabAnnouncements windshields and window stick-: Mrs. Lizzie Blackmon father Mrs
Johnny Crow's Garden-Brooke ers. The buttons are I .25 and and step mother Mr and Mrs guest of honor for the month of '

The Snowy DayKeatsThe influx Remarks,. Mr. A. A. Thomas the window stickers are I 50. Henry Blackmon Sr, five brothers Oct. She was with spell s table bound of beautiful whenihowered I i

Borrowers Aloft Norton continues upwardFlorida Characters for the play were The profit from these items two sisters and a host of I
birthdaycake
Cotton in My Sack-Lenikl elected from members of the will be used to help purchase relative and friends. l gifts and a lovely .

The Tomato Patch-.Wondrlska gained a weekly average class: W L. Falrley, Teacher. band uniforms. He died Friday evening, Oct with burning candles.decorated Mrs.Ora r
who Robinson baked and :
residents
of 1.208
Adult Fiction: 18. 1964 at Weemi Hospital Se-
band '
Last .ichool term the
during Mrs. Mattie 1111.ton
other states the cake
moved in from
Trap: f for Cinderella Japrisat, COMING EVENTS AT members started a project of bring, Fla. '
the year ending July 1. the prepared the refreshments. y
Mysterio HARLEM ACADEMY
Florida Chamber of Commerce having parties at their homes.We The body of the late Mrs. Ada Mrs. Alma George still questioned ,
My Name Is Death
-Egan, Mys.terle Election time!
hope to continue these .
parties Men- fact "That She Baked
the
his reported.The Neal will be shipped to ,
((1)) Don't forget to vote November "'
this school term. At theseparties
weekly.gain was net of Chester, Ga. for funeral services Her Own Birthday Cake. All
The Lawyer and the Carpenter 3rd from: T:00 a.m. W
sold '
moved out of 1'101'Ida refreshments are Friday evening of fun andlaughter. 1
-Thompson persons who \, '1:00: p.m. at the Masonic Hall.Regular All of the money from these and burial. She passed enjoyed an
above the of .
an dstands well afternoon at the home
firll Morning-Tast meeting! parties into the bend uniforms .
goes
1617 weekly gain for the year her litter and brother-in-law t
Better off DeadBonettRembrandtSchmitt ((2)) Our regular P.T-A. Meeting fund.
ik kde 1962-63 Calculations are based Ephrum and Mrs. Nancy Brown.
will be held 1046-64 in the We hope that each of you willht'lp Johnson Cars
on the annual estimate of the ChoirII Reddlck. Funeral Home in 1,1
library Friendship
Baptist
the items
Youth Fiction state's population made by the us by buying charge of all Funeral Arrange
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brief South
will be In of
charge a that we have for sale and permitttng State Road 832. I
The Red Badge of Courage- U.S. Bureau of Census. meats I } '
L. H. :
a devotion. Rev. King, psitae your children to attendour Most transportation for your
Crane Not romanticIn of greater Friendship Baptist activities.! Other band activities this side of Miami) .' I 11
There Is a Tide-Bragdon Church will deliver a brief will be announced at a OBITUARY money
Junior Fiction (additional Kit) Florid It's against the law inspirational P.T.A. address after later date. Mr. and Mrs Jehovah Moody

100 GOOD TO BE! JUST FOR THE YOUNG" Henry and Besius-Cleary ta! water ski at night even during the meeting, refreshments"will We are working hard for our and children have returned e \ 11'. '
H'my and Ribsy-Cleary a tuB moon. The law may be served In the H. M. band uniforms and we hope to from Macon Ga. where they Julia's '
Willie and the Wildcat Well romantic but it attended the funeral services of
not be very Dept. of Harlem Academy,
have them by the beginning of
ConstantThe does help make night boatinga Band ', their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Beauty Nook';/ i'i'j ':
parents meeting every
for
....,.. the year. We are grateful .
Blackshear -
Poppy Seed Cakes Clark
safer sport third Thursday in each monthat I the help you have given us in FOR THAT NEW LOOK I
1:00: p.m. in the library the past and for the support we The services were held Sun-' I. Cutting. No I
day afternoon. Oct. 17, 1964. '
P.T.A. Meeting every fourth\]I gAppoinlmente.
will receive from you in the future. Friday and
at the New Zion .
Monday in each month at I:00pm I pm
Church. Rev. B. Johnson offi SaturdayFor
in the library. "Bettei
Yours for a better dressed Call M61S
schools make better commitnltles" and successful elating Information. ,
more Friends In Clewlston shared Hn. JnBa Bale. Proprietor i
band Mr. W. J. Chambers
their sympathy with the family
J, Coronation ban band director '
1 ((3)) The coronation of Miss I Master Paul W. Jones, in their loss Club ,, I
rI Harlem Academy will be held I band president, Mrs. J. Harlem ;
in the school's gymnatorlum, S. Gajadba, president Notes from the state Favorite Mixed Drinks, Fried

November 20, 1964. The admission band parents club conference of Home Chicken Dish Hamburger ,
I f for this affair is free. Eeonomle Teachers and other Sandwiches '
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i The state conference of teachers Recorded
A dance will be held in threcreation e PERSONAL MENTION Bands ..'
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hall In honor of Miss
Mrs. MIzella and
T. Windley Will Wallace
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H. A i after the coronation ceremony daughter spent the weekend in was held at Florida A.. and Proprietors I I'I
The' name of the band I Miami They were the guest of M. University Tallahassee, Fla. r rHilton's +
Oct. 16 thru 17 1964 The conference ,: I
and the admission will be announced relatives and friends. '
at a later date. The Mrs P. M. Butts Mrs. Es- placed emphasis on anew

coronation committee: telle lIo1m... Mr. I. Fulwood approach in teaching homemaking Grocery'I'I'. :.
Mrs. M. R. McCra, through out the itate. Groceries. T r r
and Tate vacationing '.
Waymon are ,
Cold Drinks Essential :
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Them "Meeting the Challenge Vegetables
Mrs. V. R. Rawls I
in New York City. They are
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visiting relatives and friends. .
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June 30. 1951; Voted to Increase annual person-
11 Income!' tax exemption from $600 to $700 and delete
provisions granting dividend exclusions: and
tax credits. Rejected 46-49 (ID 43-4; R 245)).
June 18, 1958: Voted against a $6 billion tax
r. cut. Rejected 2345 (ID 20-24; R 341)).
June 25, 1959: Voted to repeal a percent tax
credit on dividend Income. Passed 47-31 I R 3-24))

f r; June 25, 1959: Voted against reducing on a
f ) graduated scale the depletion allowance on oil and

gas wells. Rejected 2144 ID( 16-33; R 5-21))
June 20, 1960: Voted against repealing the 10
JOHNSONSENATE percent tax on local telephone calls and domestic
telegrams. Rejected 30-54( (ID 2242; R 8-22)).
June 20. 1960: Voted against repealing the 10)
I percent tax on passenger transportation. Rejected
29-55 (CD 2440; R 5-25)).
June 20, 1960: Voted to repeal the 4 percent tax
credit on dividend income> exceeding $50 from domestic
corporation Passed 4241 (ID 39-12; R 349)).
June 20. 1960: Voted against establishing a 20
percent withholding tax on Income from Interest
and dividends. Rejected 2442 (D 22.31; R 2-31)
[Feb. 7, 1964: Revenue Act of 1964, cutting per
sonal and corporate taxes by $11.9 billion over a
two-year period. Passed 77-21 (ID 56-11; R 21-10)).
President Johnson in favor.]
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Domestic spending




April It 1958: Voted against a move to cut the
ommunlty Facilities Act authorization from $1 billion -
to $500 million. Move rejected 33-52 (ID 242; R
31-10)).
RECORD March 23, 1959: Voted for the depressed-areas
bill, authorizing $3895 million federal loans and
grants to aid areas of chronic unemployment. Passed
4946 (CD 45-16; R 4-30)). I

: Aug. 13 1959: Voted to set up a 150,000-member,
; Youth Conservation Corps to combat delinquencyand
S'1, aid conservation. Passed 47-45 (CD 45-15; R 2-30)).

Sept. 9, 1959: Voted to increase federal grants
for sewage-plant construction from $50 million to
$80) million. Passed 61-27 (CD 484; R 1 -19).
May 24, 1960: Voted to authorize $251 million k
federal aid to depressed areas Failed to pass over
veto (two-thirds vote required) 4549 (ID 40-14( R .m
\ 5-25)).
[July 23, 1964: Economic Opportunity Act of
1964. authorizing $$947 million in fiscal 1965: for a

Education Social security and medicareJune variety of federal antipoverty programs and an Office
t, of Economic Opportunity In the executive office -
of the President to direct and coordinate the
projects. Passed! 6144 (D 51-12; R 10-22)( ). President
Johnson In favor.)]
May 5, 1949: Voted for the Education Finance 20(), 1950: Voted for an amendment to the
Act of 1919. providing (300 million a year. for grants social-security-expansion bill to increase the wage
e to states on a sliding scale to equalize educational base to ...200. Amendment rejected 36-45 (ID 27-18.; Government.May
opportunities. Passed 58-15 (D 36-3; R 22-12). R 9-27)).
June 24. 1953: Voted to provide that revenue July 17, 1958: Voted to add a system of disability
from United States leasing of outer continental: shell benefits (payable to disabled person 50 or old-
be used for educational grants unless needed for a erto) social-security old-age insurance system. .
21 1954
I national defense emergency. Passed 45-37 (D 34-7; Passed 47-45 (ID 41-7; R 6-38)). amendment, : Voted against a constitutional
R 11-30)). 16 1958 guaranteeing 18-year-olds the right to
Aug. : Voted to raise social-security
vote (two-thirds'
Aug. 13, 1958: Voted against a tell to authorize benefits by 10 percent rather than 7 percent Rejected (D 7-24 R 27-0)).majority required). Rejected 34-24
annual grants of $1 billion for two years for public 3243 ID 26-20; R 643)). March; .".
school construction. Bill rejected 3041 ID( 23-24 R 23 1960 27. 1956: Voted against a constitutional
\ .; ; Aug. : Voted to provide old-age medical amendment to
nominate and elect the President
7-37): ) benefits financed by the social-security tax. by
Aug. 13. 1958: Voted for the National Defense Rejected 4441 (ID 43-19; R 142)). payroll direct popular vote. Rejected 1349 (ID 11.28; R 241))
Education Act. Passed 62-26 (D 35-10; R 27-16)). March 27, 1956: Voted for a constitutional Lyndon B. Johnsonbudgets
Feb. 4, 1960: Voted to authorize appropriations amendment to give each state a choice between a
for school construction for two year of 120 per Foreign affairs proportional division of Its presidential elector votesor
child of school age about $917 million a year. choosing electors by congressional< district
!': Passed 51-34D( 42-12; R 9-22)). Amendment rejected 4847 (CD 26-18; R 22-19)).
April 11, J9S6: Voted against a bill to establish
a Joint congressional committee to supervise CIA to congressional committees with future acreage 20() percent and to set future suPPOrts sl
; ; Internal security July ZI. 1949: Voted for ratification of the North activities Bill rejected 27.59 (ID 1941; R 848)). foreign-aid requests. Bill rejected 37-53 (CD 34-23; percent Instead of 80 percent, of parity. Passed
Atlantic Security Pact, under which an attack upon R 3-30)). 34 (CD 24-28; R. 24-6)) '
one or more of the 12 signatories in the North Atlantic Dec. 11, 1950: Voted for the Yugoslav Emergency [March 6, 1964: Administration wheat and c
area Is to be considered an attack upon all.. Housing, urban renewalJune Relief Assistance Act of 1950 which authorized ton farm bill. Passed 53-35 (ID 48-14;. R 5-21)) Pr
Passed 82-13 (CD 50-2; R 32-11)). the use of $50 million of Economic Cooperation dent Johnson In favor.]
ill Sept. 23. 1950: Voted for the Internal Security July 14, 1953: Voted against the reservation to Act funds for emergency relief to Yugoslavia.
: Act over President' veto (two-thirds majority Passed 35-7 R 25-14)).
The Status of Forces Treaty giving United State ;
I needed). Passed 57-10 (D 29-10 R 31-0)). 11rs: Defense
; June 6
: Voted against to aid
exclusive jurisdiction over United States force for a move oar ,.
Dec. 6. 1954: Voted for censure of the. late Sen. 3, 1954: Voted to set a maximum of 31,000 to Yugoslavia and Poland. Move 22-64 '.
offenses committed abroad. Reservation rejected rejected (D
annual new starts in low-rent
Joseph R. Mcarthy (IR) of WIs.1947-57. Passed 67-22 public housing. Passed 7-30; R 15-24)).
2743 (ID 12-26 R 15-27)).
; 66-16 (ID 28-13; R 38-2)).
(D 444)) R 22-22)).
;
Sept 12 1959 Voted
Feb. 26. 1954 Voted for the version May. 29, 1957 Voted bill : to give the President authority
Aug. 30, 1957: Voted to kill a move to eliminate : George of : against a to authorizethe to
the loyalty-oath requirement for students seeking the. Bricker constitutional amendment limiting construction of 200,000 additional low-cost public approve economic aid to European Communist July 23. 1953: Voted to Increase Air Force fufor
federal educational funds. Vote to kill passed 49-42 treatymaklng powers of the President (two-thirds housing units per year. Bill rejected 2044 (D satellites. Passed 49-40 ID( 33-23; R 16-17). ). aircraft purchase by $400 million. Rejected

(D 26-34; R 23-8)). majority or 61 needed). Rejected 60-31 (D 28-16; 17-22; R 342)). 55 (ID 374; R 0-46)).
\ R 32-14) Feb. 5, 1959: Voted against a bill to boost urban ImmigrationJune June. 17, 1954: Voted to Increase by 1350,466,
June 18, 1957: Voted against an amendment to renewal funds to $450 million a year for four years. defense appropriation for m17.1rrRn
Conservation and resources the statute of the! International Atomic Energy Bill rejected 3346 (ID 33-26; R 140)). maintenance. Rejected 38-50 (ID ; )l.
Agency requiring congressional approval of United June 18, 1960: Voted to authorize 37,000 additional June 20( 1955: Voted to increase Marina Cc rf f
States donation of special fissionable materials. public housing units. Rejected! 38-42 (ID 31-19; funds by '" million. Passed 40-39 (ID 37-2; R >
Amendment rejected Jl-55 (D 1341; R 18-24)). R 7-23)). 27, 1952: Voted for the Immigration and June 26. 1956: Voted to increase Air Fora : r
Nationality Act 1t
''i April Z, 1952: Voted to confirm and establish the President's I veto (two-thirds 43-J; R 5-37)
I "'"" title of the states to tidelands and their resources. Federal salariesJuly Statehood, home rule 51-28 (CD 23-11: R 32-8)). majority required) Maii-h 11. 1959: Voted against a bill to limit
/ Passed 50-35 (D 24-24; R 26-11)). draft extension to two rather than four
May 5, 1953: Voted to give the states title and years 1a
/f rejected 2447 (CD 16-43; R 1-24)
control of within their boundaries.
tidelands areas AgricultureJune
am<
July 13. 1959: Voted for a Symington
.' Passed 5645 ID 21-25 R 35-9)).
; r' Feb. 6, 1956: Voted; to amend the Natural Ga 1, 1960: Voted for an across-the-board 7U June 30. 1858: Announced In favor of the Alaska ment to increase: Army procurement funds t' 4
Act to exempt independent producers from federal percent pay increase for 1.' million federal employee Statehood bill. Passed 64-20 ID( 31-13; R 33-7)). .450.000.000) to 1683900.000 and designs! 4i
utility-rate control. Passed 5348 ID 22-24; R 31-14)). *. Passage over veto (two-thirds majority Aug. 6, 1958: Announced in favor of home rule million of-the total for modernizing Army eon
r 't t March 26. 1958: Voted for a move to kill a required). Passed 74ID( SSR; 19-15). for the District of Columbia. Passed 61-22 (D 23-19; S 1963: Voted against' a WH to reduce equipment Amendment rejected 43-48 ID 40-19() ;

I bonus of federal funds for states that agree to relIt [July 2, 1964: Bill raising salaries of federal R 384)). : funds lor the Agriculture Conservation program by 3-29)), ., I. s
,,1 late billboards along new stretches of the Inter. employees executives, judges, and Members of March 1t. 1959: : Voted for Hawaiian statehood. SSG million.. 'Bill rejected mi (CD 632' R le..U. ). ,r. C
state highway< system. Move rejected 41-47 (CD 21- Congress by. 85568 million. Passed 58-21 (CD 41121; Passed 76-15 ID 44-143 R 30-1)) Aug. 1954: Voted against a bin to provide Foreign trade
t 1 I 24; R 20-23)). R 15-9)). President Johnson In favor Feb. 2, 1960: Voted for a constitutional amend- price supports for five basic crops on a flexible 1s
+ I *.et to authorize the District of Columbia residentsi scale ranging from 825 to 90 percent of parity in -
I i e elect delegate to the United States House and 1955. Bill passed 49-14 (D 10-35( ; R 394)). -- 11r

i rtcipate In presidential elections. Passed 70-18 domestic 13. *: against bin
Ht5 a to
43-12; R 274)). a oe plan for wheaL Pa.sed 544-339 Sept. 15, 1949:, Voted lor import quotas tor
I l : I I 37.10; R 17-29)) (D products. Rejected 40- ( 17-31; R 23-10)). 1a

Civil Rights sV'Jblic March 19, 1956: Voted again.meoril a bill May 4, 1953: : lfoD to eliminateprotectioalst" a
works and power to require '' provisions the reciprocal tr
a certain
bankM POrtion of their land Into law. R (0481.) 1I
April ZI, 1949: Voted against an amendment Rights Act of 1957 to guarantee Jury trial !ball e.i.. BIS SaJd order to receive pries aupporta. May Move 4. rejected 1955: Voted 21-67 against to the National Housing Act of 1949 prohibiting cases of criminal contempt Aprils 1 4S4S (D 12-37 R s -
ciprocal to congress
: discrimination or segregation under color. juries.uniform Passed methods 51-42 of(D selecting 39-9 R federal 1243). court Jan ZOo 1954: Voted against a bill to authorizethe r: l 1958 f i Announced In favor;:: of providing veto. Rejected trade agreements 13-73 (D 9-33 subject; R 4-40)). aM aa
the act because of race, creed, or ; establishing iron bank May 4. 1955: Voted against repealing the
development of St Lawrence
the
Amendment rejected 31-49 (D 3-11; R 28-8)). Au,. 7. 1957: Voted for the Civil Right passed 51-33 ID 25-18 R 25-15) aeaway.. Bill 15.31)). P.ased 5O-3S (D 35.4 R point section of the Reciprocal Trade Law. Read 1 1
;
May 3. 1949: Voted against an amendmentto Act of 1957. Passed 72-18 (ID 29-18; R 434))). 1-82 (D ) '
July 22. 1954 Voted authorize federal ;
to the
:
the Federal Aid to Education Act to prohabit Jan. 12. 1959: Voted for a resolution which atomic power program, giving preference to public finitely any reduction lD price supports bar Ind__ July 22,'i"daRVcJ'to: eliminate authority< 1a
of the act would enable two-thirds of the senators voting or of TI
segregation in administration bodies. in excess-power disposal. Passed 4541 (D ailotmenta for any farm acre., Congress to override a presidential veto t
I Amendment rejected 1645 (ID (0-48) ; R 16-17)). to impose cloture on any matter Passed 72- 384; R 643)). 50-43 ((53 39.3. R 11.351.: commodity. Bill palled Commission escape-clause: finding. Passed B-ZT b
22 ID 44-19 R 284)), '
; May. 31, 1949: Voted for an amendment to ( ; April 20, 1955: Voted for the. Colorado River May 22. 1951: Voted against 27-18; R 36-9)).
bm
Home Rule for the District of Columbia to require Sept. 14. 1959: Voted to extend the Civil storage program. Passed 58-23 CD( 31-15; R 274). $35.000 the total amount of a to limit to July 3. 1960: Voted to extend the Sugar Ac q
d i ,,< a referendum of qualified voters on any Rights Commission two yean, to Nov. 8, 1961. June 21, 1957: Announced In favor of federal person per year. Bin passed price-support 57-2( ID loon per 1941 for one year, through Dec. 31, 1961. andthorlze a.
I change in segregation policy in the District and appropriate $500.000 to It. Pissed 71-18 (D construction of Hell' Canyon Dam Passed 45-38 June I, 1960: Paired against 31-20; R 264)). the President to cut and redistribute I 18Is.
I "' of Columbia. Amendment rejected 27-49 (D 43-17; R 28-1)). (D 404; R 543)). a bill to cut wheat quota for Cuba. Passed 32-24 (D 28-11: R .-13))

24-21; R 3-28)). Feb. 2. 1960: Voted for a constitutional July 9. 1959-: Voted against a move to kill the
l Jan. 18 1950: Voted for a motion to table amendment which would bar poll-tax or prop TVA self-financing bill. Move rejected 17-73 (ID 2- I
an antilynch amendment Tabled 60-20( () (D 45- erty requirements as qualification for votingIn 58; R 15-17)
I'i 1; R 15-19)). federal elections. Passed 70-18 (CD 43-12; July 9. 1959: Voted against a move to cut the

j Jan. 18. 1950: Voted for a motion to tablean R 27-6)). public-works appropriation by. about $80 million to
( antl-poii-tax amendment Tabled 59-17 (D March 10. 1960: Voted against the DouglasJavlts the figure recommended by the President Move rejected Labor
I : 444; R 15-17)) I motion to limit debate by invoking 17-72 ID 5-52; R 12-20)()). 1
f I I filibuster (two-thirds
cloture on the civil-rights June

'i Invoke May cloture 19, 1950 on:a Voted motion against to begin a consideration motion to. majority required). Rejected 4243 (D 3043; Foreign aidA grant tie. President power booth amendment to seek to courts against misuse of union funds. loll re 9a

: of a bill to establish a permanent Fair R 12-20)) lions and to seize plants lD InjunCo jected 4247 (CD 542; R 37$1.strikes. ).
Employment Practice Commission. Motion March 10. 1960: Voted for his own motionto Amendment adopted n.tIon.l.merlency
rejected 5242 (D 19-26; R 334)). ((64 votes re- table the Case amendment to the pending R 315))i. 5040 (D 17-35: June 16. 1958 Voted to require employer'order' to ,

( quired for cloture)I. administration civil-rights proposals to add apart 1. 1949: Voted against an amendment to to sign non-Communist affidaVi'.f: !: similarcer I { tik.
empowering the Attorney General to seek the European < Program to cut authorization June 30. 1949: Voted gala access to the a |
June 21, 1950: Voted against an amendment Recovery for the Taft revision entaMedr union *- .
t' ) to the Manpower. Registration Act ofI injunctions to protect any civil right Tabling of $5,580 million by. 10 percent Amendment rejected of the T.ft-Hartley Act, Passed 51-42 Tart-Hartley reqUI k.k
1950 to strike out voluntary segregation amend- motion passed 5548 (D 34-28; R 21-10)). 2344 (ID 945; R 14-19)). R 34-7)). (D 17-3S: Passed 68-20 (D 30-17 364)).

ment reported by. committee. Amendment March 24. 1960: Voted for a Morse motion Sept 22, 1949: Voted for the Mutual Defense April 22. 1959: Voted against the MeO* I Ig
passed 42-29 ((53 16-25; R 264)). to table a Javits-dark amendment to the third Assistance Act of 1949 providing arm aid for At- AUI. 11. 1941: Voted for the. Ellender Ian Bill of Rights amendment to protect uowa
t June 22. 1950: Voted for an amendment to section of the administration civil-rights bill lantic Pact nations. Passed 55-24 (ID 36-10; R 19-14). amendment to establisb a members against unfair action by their un- ] Cc1A
8S wal. of
I:; the draft-extension bill, which would provide to provide for. court-appointed referees or April 27. 1950: Voted against aa amendment to cents .n hour through mp and there.fter ions. Passed 4744 (D 1544; R 32-2)).
and enrollment officer to the Foreign Economic Aid bill for 1950 to loan $50 jetted with thl
2631 co.t-ot-UVlnllndex.
) if majority of draftees
for segregation a Negroes R.
enlistee In 36 states expressed such a preference register after a court hIS found a pattern million to Spain Rejected 3542 (D 14-28; R 21.14))). CD 1 28: R 10-25)). April 24. 1959: Voted against a bill to ex- ]
\ after 6 months operation of the law. or practice of discrimination. Tabling motion May 5, 1950: Voted for an amendment to the tend and tighten the TaftHartleyondary ban on see1April haPu
51-43 (CD 27-35 R 244)). Foreign Economic Assistance Act of 1950 providingfor May 11. 1950 Voted 16-43:
Rejected 27-45 (D 24-16; R 3-29)). passed ; disapproval : fur a resolution of boycott Bill rejected 41-S (ID
motion Initiation of the "technical knowledge and skills"portion on a plan to ek
April 8. 1960: Voted for a Dirksen transfer R 13-n.
)
: Dec. 11, 1950: Voted for a motion to tablea to table Eastland motion to recommit the civ. of the Point Program of aid to underde ferred on the teneral COUnsel of the powers CODo iksT.

''Ml f. l amendment to the Railway Labor Act il-righU bill to the Senate Judiciary ommit- veloped countries. Passed 37-36 (ID 29-11; R 8-25)). Labor Relations Board by the T.n-H.rtle N.tional. 24. 1959 Paired for require j
Ij+ which .would have denied the provision of the tee. Tabling motion passed 70-19 (D 41-19; R Au,. II, 1951: Voted against an amendment to Act to the ch.lrm.n of the board. Passed secret ballot -strike. vote' bef bete ,(lies
,; 1 act to ,labor organizations that segregated or 29-0)( ). the Mutual Security Act of 1951 to cut European SO (D 11-25: R 35-5)). 53- could take place Bill rejected 2840 /ID 1248.,:
l ; excluded minorities. Motion tabled 64-17 (ID 41.y recommended :
economic aid from $1,130.500,000 by
y 0E2317)) April 8, 1960: Voted for the Civil Right June 10, 1952 R 16111. I)
; committee to $880,500,000. Amendment passed 36- : Voted for the
r 24. 195T: Voted for the Anderson- Act of 1960 a* amended making obstructionof 34 (ID 10-29 R ment to Byrd amend I
July ; 264). request the
.'j", ., Alken amendment to the Civil Rights Act of all federal court orders a crime, outlawing July 22. 1955: Announced in favor of Increasing medJ.te17 the President to invoke Ins poedaylo 17..I960.Voted in ummwageutae'en8e
r and bomb threats requiring national *
1'11 an bombings preservation
of the bill which would emergency ( : laat
$420 million
.J' LeJetopetetC"A and voting records providing for the military-assistance appropriations by provlalone 01 the Injunction) from 5 million to 280.000
General to Institute J Passed 5048 (ID 21-23: R 29-13)). T.n-H.rtley Act In a:12):
( court registration of Negroes, and other matter ; .. Passed the steel Rejected 3946 (D 1944; R ).
civil action tor preventive relief In *. Passed 71-18 (ID 42-18: R 294)( ). June. 6, 1958: Voted against a move to kill a 4.30 (D 1877. R 11-3).
14th AmendmentAiwndSent
case under the policy declaration favoring United State economicaid mlnlmUJli.trik.
'" 5248 (CD 34-13 R 18-25). ). [June 19. 1964: The CIvil Rights Act of JIIIIe 13 Aug. 8135 1960: Voted to raise e't
passed ; to India. Move to kill rejected 3547 (ID 12-30; 1951: Voted to 73-27 (D 46-21 R 27-8)).' President again st a bm to wage to and extend coverage
t' Ausl 2. 1957: Voted tor the O'MahoneyKefauve'rChurch 1964. Passed : R 23-17)) union members the give ;lion{ additional workers. Passed 6244 (lD {718.
right
t to the Civil Johnson In favor.] to sue In
amendment July 1. 1959: Voted against cutting the Development federal R 15-18)).
I Loan Fund authorization from $2 billion for ,

two years to $700 million for one ye tr. Cut rejected 4i.t
I I 3040 ID 2044: R
July 7, 1959: i-J'al.lnlt: bin to require the re

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