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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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VOLUME/ S7 NUMBER: 44 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 84J.8 PJL Subscription $4.00 year ,


lor Tuesday's electionS \



I. democrats.- 11 republican and You may splityour, voteIt oil well doubles
eleccionp1eeted Felda
p\JDI\ brnerol 2 Independents for a total of Precinct *: '
Is permissible I
entirely_ to vote" in the
1 tile tIm. 546. The polling place U the American This precinct registered 243 "split your .f
when forwill best used Legion Hall. LaBelle. democrats, 2 republicans and no General Election next Tuesday. .:( I I .

n of Hendr1 Coun- Election officer: Sylvia M. independents. The polling place Each he 1_ '" '
voter vote as pleases each officeon
:
may on : :
I i precincts two machine.ffS Hill clerk; Frieda D. Gauldlng is the Annie Nall residence at
will be largest *" Esther O. Kisela, Thelma D Or. Hooker's Point, Clewlston. the ballot The Goldwater people do not have to vote

: the five nth In the oth- wig, Olive L. Hampton and Thel- Election officers are: Belle Republican and the LET people do not have to vote Democratic output flow now 215 -
one
JJdlWlth ma Yeomaos, inspectors and E. Bryan clerk; Edna Wilkins the rest of the wrry't'. ,

485 name h.veJeJlloved Clyde C. Helms, deputy. Fannie Stanford, iris M. Bethea _
1ampl of -
from the votlnJJ. and T. M. Reynolds Inspectors You may vote' for Goldwater, Bums, Holland and
,
voters who Precinct 4i and Paul Emrich, deputy. Rogers; or you may vote. for 'Johnson. Holley, Kirk and Acid used during the testing choke; with 100 pounds tubing The third well now underway !
!belt being.way or, *.* This precinct registered 142 Steele, and your vote will be entirely legal You can vote a process, has increased the Cow pressure, and 180 pounds casing 1% mile east, known. the Collier :
.JII died. moved democrat, five republicans and Precinct 7: of oil at Sunoco's Red Cattle pressure, which are considered Company No. 1 well is now I
:.II failed to vote to prevlouidld no Independents for a total of This precinct registered 788 straight ticket for either party', or you may mix your voteas Well No. 2 at Felda to 215 bar- "good". The oil shows 5% basic 2.972 feet deep. Larco Drilling e I

I,,oIdIoD'. not returnthem 147. The polling\ place is the old democrats 22 republicans and you please. awls a day, reported Sun Oil assistant sediments and water (of which Company of Jackson, Miss. the
.quel1 card post office at Fort Denaud. no Independents for a total of geologist Walter Erwin 2% is water, 3% sediments). same firm which drilled the
of reglstra- It is General Election and free to choose
t \\III Jlperv\Sor\ Election officers: Ruby A. 810. The polling place 1* City a you are yesterday Testing of the well. The well had been flowing 22% Red Cattle well, is drilling the
i voter to Crawford, clerk; Mary E. Murray Hall, Clewlston. either party on each office. continues with Benny Franks, hours following the acidizing new well. n ,

t trend total of ateaeau Doris C Vaughn Dora Election officers are: AddleC. Sun Oil's senior petroleum engi process when the 215 barrel per Progress on this well was

1.1I nib 3989 registered republicans Daniels Inspectors, and Ruth Mills clerk; Grace Bestor. nor In charge The reportedflow day rate was measured.The halted Sunday by 'a boulder '
86 as Ash, deputy. Mildred Wheeler, Laveda Tanner Will US 27. of 215 barrels yesterday report of toe well on its which resisted all efforts to

..lis Independents tali Its Precinct Naomi Slonaker and Lee open morning was on 16/64th inch first day. of testing was a flow move it; it had slipped In the
4 or Oct 7 the voter I: Yoder at the rate of 111 barrels per side of the well against the casing
Inspectors
democrat. and Ernie Miller
: This Felda
585 precinct
registered day on a 20/64th inch choke; as it was being changed
?!
2 2bleini and 1 independ- 126 democrats, two republican deputy. that's good news Public forumThis the tubing pressure was 30 and was wedged In so tight the .
_. a total of 605. The poll- and no Independents for a Precinct 8: pounds and the casing pressure sleeves of the casing could not t

II place win be Suggs Garage, total of 128. The polling place i II This precinct registered 839 340 pounds; there was a 3"%" be advanced past it It was
( has Invited
the Felda Community Center democrats nine republicans>> and newspaper basic sediment and water TestIng necessary to bring in special I
IIediaG officers for this pre- Election officers are: JackieE. no Independents for a total of Largely through the Intervention -' soon be made available on an brief, pertinent statements from has continued since Wednesday equipment from Mississippi to

did ue! Clenore Pitzen, clerk; Taylor clerk; Ralph L. Taylor 848. The polling place is the Masonic and requests of E. W. 'emergency bade The State Interested voteri expressing: October 15, and will "fish" the boulder out It was

G 11.1 Toy, Dorothy Jun'BeiIlr1. Kay Willis, Ruth E. Hull Hall in Harlem Clewlston. Weaver, incoming county. commissioner Road Department, meanwhile their reasons and state for candidates supporting).national continue as long as Franks believes removed on Tuesday. and drill- t
,, Evelyn Fletcher. Bon- George L. Staton inspectors The election officers are: of Palm Beach county will paint proper stripes and stimulation of the well Ing continues I

i D\III1IICI\ and Dolores H* and Gilbert Taylor deputy. Mattie Hilton clerk; Emma US 27's completed 6 mile erect proper signs on the new IN SUPPORT, OF will be productive. Sun Oil la Larco estimates 28 to 30 days e
41 inspectors. and G. G. Jean Grlswell Grady Moody west of Lake Harbor will be highway. Within a week or ten LYNDON B. JOHNSONBy frankly very pleated with the of drilling on a well in the Sun- ', ,

SUP deputy G. M. Tobias, Arthur Mathls opened to traffic within a matter days the road should be opento Eddye B. Curie well, and is moving forward to nlland or Felda area.

and Governor Lee Gilbert Inspectors of days The road segmenthas traffic. We art a great nation, happy develop the new field. An earlier In furthering its plan for developing
MdMti. : and Frank been completed and was accepted -, well (Red Cattle No. 1))
registered 429 Dixon, dep and prosperous and doing well. the Felda oil field Sun
Or precinct I republicans and 1 No dove hunting uty. by the state in late August I like it that way I am gratefulfor was capped without extensive Oil Company has filed a petition 1

!Sent! total of 438"poIlIn' but has remained closed Citrus growers the fortune and the privilegeof testing because of the great with the Florida State
for a will be the in Hendry County Precinct 9: because of lack of access roadIn ;: living in this country. Millions amount of salt water mixed Board of Conservation askingfor
i place This precinct registered 365 the completed portion. with the oil.Registration.
of people in other countries adoption of special Field
h nbttonlnLaBelle. There will NOT be a special democrats, 7 republicans and 2 ; meet tonight would be happy to trade Rules for the area.
Ktioj jfflcers/ : Charlotte FitzfeBooi deve shoot la the Hen- Independents for a total of 374. Weaver spelled out the pooh1em their citizenship for mine. a
Resale Turner, when The Clewlstoa Sun Oil bar 108,516 acres of
clerk: The polling place is the Kelly
dry County Hunt area, de. Good leadership is a must It
Vi Graham Lillian Parson spile some nues.... thata Tractor Building. Clewlston. News interviewed him among Bob Davis, Asst Citrlculturtst at land under lease in the area,
we are to continue on with our
Vanlcck and O. B. other authorities last week inan but several companies, includ
EM IL special hoot be held at Election officers are: Eula from the University of Florida, life
of and be
good a great
way
tae! inspectors, and Albert tat tiau. The Hendry County O'Neal. clerk; Leola Jacobs effort to arouse enough Interest win be the speaker at a meet ing Humble, Phillips Stewart
L K3er, deputy. Fish and Game Association Edna Gunn Clara Wagoner' and to get the road openedfor ing of the Hendry County Citrus' nation. all time highAn Bros of Dallas and others also
The 1 look for in have oil
Dora Lee Belcher, inspectors, use during the heavy sugar growers. qualities leases in the general
redact 3: strongly< opposed' aa early and L. L. Lowe harvest season. Following the choosing a leader are constructive area. The adoption of special
Wi precinct registered 533 dove season, and will not deputy. Interview, he again took up his' The subject of his slide illustrated thinking then an open all-time, high of 2.500,466 field rule for the area will be

pen, the hunt area before Precinct 10: request for temporary access to talk will be "Cultural mind, tolerance and humility.He Florida citizens are eligible\ to the subject of a hearing set by '

the regular season opening This precinct registered 139 the road, and through cooperation Practices For Young Trlea". must have great ability to vote in Tuesday's election, this the State Board of Conservation

on November 14. democrats, 1 republican and no of Palm Beach County Jhe meeting will be held work and communicate with .being an Increase of nearly one in Tallahassee on November 9th.

Directors ef the Fish and Independents for a total of 140. Commission and other authorities Thursday, October 29, In the others half million over the registration Landowners in Sections 28, 29,
Refinery Game Club considered the The polling' place is the Miller the short west bank of the Courthouse. All growers and Our present leader has well of 1960. 30, 31, 32 and 33, Township 45 S,
orveattoa W a special shootla residence in Little Harlem, La- Miami canal between the new others interested in citrus are demonstrated the above abili During the past four years, Range 29 E, in Hendry county ,
the dove Held but decided Belle. US 27 and the old US 27. at the' welcome to attend. The program ties. Therefore I will work for according to Secretary of State and Section 4. 5, 0, Township y

against It, and there will be Election officers are: C. M. Post Office in Lake Harbor will will get underway at 7:30: p.m. and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson Tom Adams, Democratic registration 46 S, Range 29 E in Collier

ships its NO hunting .In the area be- Kitchen, clerk; Minnie Archer has Increased more than county, will be interested la the
fore the season opens ea Llnnle M. Fluker and Catherine 21 per cent, from 1,658,023 to outcome of the hearing.A .
Nerember 14th. Hall, Inspectors, and James 2008762. Republican registration copy of the proposed Special
Long deputy. has climbed 35 per cent Field Rule for the Sunoco-

front 338,340 to 458,156. Independent Felda Field are now on file in h I

1st sugarRnt and minor party registration the office of.tbe Division of .. ;Y
has gone up nearly 50 Geology of the State- &.rd.ol
I per cent from 22,223 to 33,548in Conservation In Tall.hll.ee.Tran.portation .
Miss Sugar title falls to I the past four years, }
commercial delivery of
,i Hendry County has registered "
Everglade
Illlrom the new ."f."j'
3.999 democrats, 86 republicansand
liar Refinery!! at Oewlston was of Hendry CountyDirectors '. Y
six
others
B* May with the shipment progress Democrats to poll i i. free
'1 lank truck of liquid sugar outnumber Republicans
of the Hendry County and parking of the mobile in I
all
lkirj Maid Products Inc., r but one of Florida' Free transportation to the
Fair and Livestock Show homes. 67 I
counties Republicans have polls on election
boil! Florida day Is offered
"Wall the construction of a voted Tuesday night to changethe John SUtt reported that a very the edge In Sarasota where the to any. voter in the Clewlston I I
m extensive and complicated name of the beauty contest limited amount of show stock is party has 22,970 registrants area. Phone Goldwater Headquarters
to Miss Hendry County in lieu available for the fair and that against 21,593 Democrats. YU 2-4581. I
milling reflnSjtptntiwi
phase of our -
of the former Miss Sugar. The he is working on the possibility Wi ddb: I ,
will not be comW change was made that the name of adding a horse show to sup- 1
(! to i few month.", said IJ'M ,w t .
+.. might be more representative of pliment the livestock program.
Fawcett
Resident Man-
sal d the Refinery, "our Uq- the entire county The rapid Jerry to present Brown plans heads for a committee permanent 1 City is asked
of in adjoining
expansion .sugar
al
aiu plant which 1 ts one forj -
booths. :
counties bas taken Hendry County ticket
klirtst and moat modern
a.. South, has been comW out of the limelight the expansion President Ernie Miller reported r ;, I

sag Is now in full prod- of citrus and discoveryof that he and Ted Gallo had
W, 01l1n'\b. western portion also attended the Wllllston Fair and

lift the phenomenal growth contributed to the change. that the Bell City AmusementsCo. additional paving, I i

< 3. food foodJfactorhg had modern rides In good
processing, A mall ballot to director resulted Amusements
Bell City
and bottling InII" repair Lonnle Ford and other residents total of
in a tie, 4 favoring retaining th-ir permission for $8,769 of Murphy Construction
"w Florida, the demand Miss Sugar 4 favoring also Clewlston give Rainbow girl to of the area asked the city Company ..

"kN; sugar has grown byyears Miss Hendry County and two the at the fair. commission Monday night to The commission set a policyof
y wl bounds in recent with no opinion. However the tell Buddy candy Belcher will head the pave El Paso avenue between paying a salaried employee '
Witniction of our liquid directors at the meeting Central and Pacific Avenues in during a temporary permanent
present
r. y
Plant was rushed ahead voted to make the change. lighting committee livestock for ImprovedIfhUn arena t e' ......... t the present project. If this 1* disability due to accident op the
of the
I**""* of the main plant contest stage.Present s4 possible. The commission statedit Job an amount which with hJmworkm.
as at the meeting and the beauty will be glad to include these .
advantage of this de- Those present meeting were ... compensation benefits .
air, the newly renovatedfair at the blocks in the project but can '
inspected will\ bring his total receipts .-
flea completed, the new office and discussed the Bob Adams, John SUtt. Dave Jerry David C. Hdredre, former Dade eeuity legislator Thursday sight Mr. and Mrs. Eaymond Chr1 legally do It only: if an property to 75% of his regular (alary.The :
** and Pattison, Mrs. Eula O'Neal with former MIa......, nan, leaden la the CttfaeiM for OoMwater Com-
Sugar of the Ev placing of a exhibit tent Hatfield, Jack enjoyed, visiting a owners Involved give their written amount of electricity usedat ,'i
J1 Refinery win parking of mobile homes during Brown. Clyde Cauldlng of LsBelta. Mrs. Emtaee ... Adam, left when he addreae- snittoe are ...... with the .,eeker. consent to the paving and the golf course pro chop has !

du.Capacity; of approxlmate.T1'd the fair. A decision win be madeat Burt C. P. Frank Veltre andS. ed the Gold.a" Dluer at the CVwbton 1Jpiter -STAFF FlIOTO agree to pay their share of the more than tripled since the addition .-,I
Miller
,
million Pounds the November meeting regarding Ernie cost. The reason unanimous of a large number of aka ,;.
( *d! exhibit\ tent H. Stslls.Fiers consent Is required it I
sugars ,er. the size of wa explained trio carts reported "
I I. that the contractor stoner Dan McCarthy.
70 attend Goldwater dinner now doing the paving will have mission Instructed J. \
persons
completed his contract and be ton to Install a
bow to Ji. 20-0 gone before the commission equipment charging Commla"I' 1
minus 6 regulars Approximately 70 persons attended the trends of government on the could go through the legal process Ties In these carts.
a Goldwater fund-raising national state and local level of advertising, preparing a

the PAT. created by the sudden switching dinner at 112.50 per plate Thursday are of great concern to him. Be special assessment roll holdingthe
**a "rtn!; chopping motion. Trojans win sixth ten. Wooten added controled the ball of the lineup. night to hear David Ed- predicted that Goldwater will hearing, etc which are required

II nbwi of the CewlatoDllartinc Jupiter rang the Scoreboard The Tiger final period, start- Title at elate redge, a former legislator from carry Florida by a larger margin by law, except when all Teach your children ''
lineup were left Just ten play after the opening moatof the three yard line The Ridge Conference will be Dade county who i* taking: a than Nixon did in the last property owner are In accordon '
C j.*. fcturday by Coach Joe klckoff. Oewiston elected to jag from their to about the Jupi- decided on Cane Field Friday\ leading part in the Citizen for campaign and that be will win the project traffic safety -- .5

.Iar liD'training turIt. receive and on the third play. and driving fumbled and night Bandy. said aa co: eadere Goldwater campaign in South the election and be the next Vice-Mayor R. G. Mattson '
Lang
.., ,*! before. from scrimmage, Jimmy: Nelson ter 25 where recovered by Oewlston and Avon Park square Florida. president Goldwater h..aId. presided In the absence of Mayor

(HN fumbled after a hard tackle the ball was the drive Dicky off Avon Park ran roughshod ddredge told hi* audience has more newspaper support Tom Jones i iElP
teloutaftewee Thomas. During last Friday that he became active in the than Johnson raised The
w w ] and,Nfle Nevad recovered for Morrell and Lang alternated over' Arcadia 254 ; baa more commission received detailed
OWWH, aleck; *HJ- the Torjan Jim Merritt took Campbell. into the line for night in _Avon Park, staking a Goldwater campaign althoughhe money for his campaign than bid on various Insurance
h tack1.; 11lUn1 Dana the ball over from the five yard drives.. big claim as conference champ Is e Democrat because of Johnson; and has more workers' coverage from E.: R. Redlsh.agent ,
W7LTodtri"1: line. The PAT was missed by the ,arda., Clewiston Is the only obstacle la than Johnson. for Nationwide Mutual Insurance ,

RacUtra", and B1ll1 George Wooten. .TATI.TlC.J C their path. The Red Devil are The speaker charged that Company find Beard-
--. ba1Ibeclta. The Tigers took the. ensuing First towel t/ II 1 large, play all phases of the Absentee ballot Johnson had opposed civil! ley-Nasa. Insurance Agency. The YOUR

'IiIr h lest ***'1 crippling kickoff and marched 43 yard Not Yards Yards I'aullli Ru.hllli 171 e game wen and posers aa excel. rights as a senator and that he bids were referred to Fred C. ,

Cclada Bundy had allow- on,the hard running of Sammy 1'..... J.f I J.e lent,kicking game Bundy said deadline today -kowtowing" to the liberal Sites" for study of the various
a ihn"IIQUChtoutaftercurtew Lang and Rodney Booker! only louse Int.rc.pt By J.1t J.alFu..bl. after scouting the game in Avon elements In the country. coverages and premium. He 1*

le kpa'O aa PWIlsbment for to be thrown back> on four consecutive puato .. Lo.t I'11well Park Friday\ night Today 1 II the deadline for applying lie charged that Johnson detested to bring a report and recommendation
Vtrbal and< written ply** from the Jupiter yards .e wasdextreey "Early season success has for absentee ballot for aa increase in Social Se- to the commission at

:t. liven aa e.rq a. 23. Bundy with the performances hampered our progress to TheTI.r. the Nov. I general election. The curity 'benefits which Goldwat a special meeting Friday at 2p.m.

0 -.aa y that future curao. ,Jupiter picked up its second pleased at fullback. David midseasoa form expected. deadline hour i 11 S p.m. er had supported by attaching when action will be taken.
early
I 1rOUld automaUtePltlOII touchdown in the second quarter -- of cLang and Gary Hancock must regain the Secretary of State Tom Adam a medicare provision to the bill The commission agreed to i
tbe1'.r.. to remain
roping off
-"'" pride if a portion of Central
climaxing a 70 yard drive first bap. season providing the Increase
In the in line for their contenders," laid absentee ballot application Avenue In front
conference of the Oewis-
0 cola kk0 Pone that week thus with Wiggins! .corln,. The point tlJm of fire against Jupiter. Pat noted.Moored. are accepted In either person .EMredg. said that Goldwater ton New office
Bundy on Tuesday -
h laturdi,. They re- after kick was good and Jupiter Baidree and Seth Howard were as queett- or by maO if they are la the represents the thinking of the evening for of
posting election
0 aactlce Monday. and'gainst held a 13-0 lead at halftime.Jupiter" excellent on defense, while Doug Morrell is stin a question office of supervisor of registrylion majority of U. 8. citizens. returns ft

-.Zn to play "' received the second Rudd played an outstanding Alberto in the starting lineup before the deadllnt.P'rIOn. The speaker arrived by planefrom Clyde HatfIeld w
here fumbled oa the .aId. mark war presentand of ClewistonPolice
Friday nlgb1q half kickoff and Clewlston recovering at offena.. B IId1 His dislocated shoulder 1* voting by absentee Seining where he had attended agreed to pay the $2,358 City

c : tllnrnely dlsappoln" second play with unable ssxxsffusiSiSTfiriSntn healing nicely and he has returned ballot must have their ballot I a Goldwater barbecue in cost Installing sewer lines to
0 isle "had The Tigers were to conditioning practiceand In the hand of their supervisor the early evening, and left later serve Fair Ground Trailer
,,..... 1De or
'-t tI.. laid, took over on their 33 Pete u.l excelent game.. but slItk were will decide Bundy said. Adams said. where be had an oppolntment Gee and Jensoa from the bid
b0pk OQ the fswee, BroedeU a7 yard going to ovezvfrom paydlrt the unable to take up the

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fag Two THE Thursday CLEWISTON, October" NEWS U, 1964 .,..,atnn, Fla. through the resulted War in Foods an Improvement Administration Sikes named LBJ State headqquarters Chairman Thomas Miami F. Fleming by Uncle Dan fromDevil's a ain't P and never I spelt don't numonia aim to start with little Congressional, that Claims aeODrd. 14 t

of the labor situation for ,Jr Sikes Is vice presi- putting one in filosophy. Republicans will oothlna
the sugar harvest. The. date of LBJ chairmanFred dent of the U. S. Sugar Corp From the best I could git out ter, Is telling ill by koeusity
oration. GardenDEAR of Ed's dictlonery, fllosophy Is he aroundllle
November 1 was set to accom-
C, Slkes city commissioner On the appointment "moral wisdom." That gluing his a ben
accepting barn er
THE CLEWISTON NEWS oda" 'the labor situation. 3,000 with BQ
Jamaicans were expected. and former mayor. of he said: 'We are going to con- MISTER EDITOR: too high up on the ladder. Mister f1 Coldwater Butt on It ten
Published every Thursday at lop Central Avenue dewiston, Staff Sgt Hub Spooner was In Clewiston. has been named Hen- centrate here on getting our people Editor fer me. Fer instant, back in 194. teeo'
Florida by The CleW ltoD News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Finney General Hospital, Tnomasville dry County chairman of_ the out to vote and to supportthe I been putty busy an week In I always drive around till I find with TO 00 It terfrron s
Ga, recovering from campaign to re-elect President entire Democratic ticket what them school folks calls the a parking meter with sometime I does't put De10 .
Entered as Second Clan Matter February 1, 1927 at the wounds received In the Normandy Lyndon B. Johnson. The appointment We are confident of a successfulday field of higher education. It all left on it I know it's wisdom hen. Do faith bPersonal
Poet Office in Clewiston Florida, under the Act of Congress of invasion was announced at the polls." com about on account of a matter but is it moral It looksto

March 2. 1879. C. D. Eady escaped without brung up by my preacher: me like my preacher could hero Mister EdItor( ,
bruise when his truck and a Sunday morning He allowed as stick to the Bible and leave the They bas about quit lay
ORID4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL how man that was 50 year dictionary out of'it I aim to slowed
\ train disputed the right of way .-/ any the ; ,
) IASbUTIlNtr ( ) at a Lake Harbor creating. The old and didn't have a fllosophy put this item on the agenda at ed, Republican convent *
On : ::: truck was demolished In life wasn't worth his salt the country store Saturday Quit when the DeIllOc

,ACTM.,... eno Someone who needed refrigerator I'm 50 year old with plenty to night Clem Webser, that finished worried gathered.I reckon they to
(y inserted' this classified spare and I'm trying ever day the 8th grade and li our IetSSlft'tUrYourittui' 01
0 Subscription Rates 14.00 per year ad, which reflects the type to be worth my salt I cot crabgrass outstanding scholar can probable country to
It' (Return Postage Guaranteed) equipment available at that chickens that ain't layIng throw some light on the
'110\\ BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher'' time: "WANTED: refrigerator, milk cows that was behindin matter. UDC1eI
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Ice or electric. Phone 56". production, notes at the bank Gitting over' to mutters. I can
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 Gunner's Mate Doyle Worth b o artritls In my big toe but I.Io't handle a little better I see I
Advertising Rates on application.! The management reserves was at home for a week's leave. shore about this filosophy where one of them Washington
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! Sugar item. column writers says Goldwater Ship Best WayREA
TRD NJlW8: 'Dm.. no ro.po..Ultt. tor the r.tun.t.- TEN YEARS AGO First off, I didn't even know didn't decide to run far President -
..-lIclt.. .n."pl8 or pbotocrap" (From dewkton News, supplies how to spell it I went over to a year ago until his old
i THE errors NEW8!: ar aa.um.a eommlulon..p 'Ialaclal la .dnrU..m.nt r..po..llalllt but I'toe noUfled typoeraphloal October' 1954) Ed Doollttle's to study up on It lady give the go-ahead signal.I
., .uo" errore b.fors t.... nut luu.o' the paper will reprint cor.racUF Clewiston lost its No. 1 citizen in Ed's dictionary and couldn'teven : wouldn't doubt it none I been
that part of U>. IdnrU..m.at In .blcb the .rror aceurr.... when death came to F. find it I was looking under married a long time and I've
1. the event a time .I.m.nt would nnder the CIOrraotioa .llu.
lace. the N.... will reduc.* the price of the advortlnmont by *. Deane Duff, first mayor of the T:1 the F items and Ed's daughter found it's mighty bard to gas FREE PICK-UP
amount. or omitted equal to copy the .riproxntod...rc..ta of the total ipaoo as the MTODou. city, and the man who devotedthe llhi : the one that works in the around a woman. And this is
best years of his life to city and calls dinner "lunch" special true if he'. double and DELIVER?
guiding the area, the community showed it to me in the P sec parking
and the city through the tion. The same folks that spells Incidental, the papers this
early years of its development.The numonia with 'a P probable invented week was so full of politics they Phone YU 2.214
An
awesome moment Flood Control District, the P in tilosophy. I was beginning to look like the I
I held a meeting, in Clewiston to
"It 1 fa an awesome moment for the voter ." consider approval of plans for
This sentence ended a recent summary of the present Hendry county levees (L-l and
; political campaign and seems to voice the dilemma in L-2)), following many conferences -

which millions of voters finnd themselves. Perhaps at no and study
Luther Davis was jajured bya
j! time in history has it been so important for'voters to make \blast of buckshot as he and
I the right choice. Perhaps in no other election have so many his companion; Wayne Carter
voters searched diligently for an answer to the question of were dove shooting in the cane VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOV.3 3Here
choosing the next president Perhaps never in history has fields near Clewiston. 30 shot
a campaign been so confused and so filled with half-truths were removed from Davis and
'; and venomous Interpretations. (this on the part of both his football career was Interrupted -
for few
a games.
).
parties
Zenomla Irey and Robert L.
Small wonder that Americans feel "It Is an awesome Way were married in Coosa- are your Democratic nominees .
e
moment for the voter. whatchie, S,C.
It is comforting to know that when the election is Vero Beach Indians upset the

over we shall all live together again as one nation. History Clewiston Tigers 1913.Sonny.
teaches that we can grow and prosper no matter who Is in Consider each candidate on his own merits and vote your choice on each. Remember,,

the White House.

the But morale it should and not the lessen morals our of our determniatlon nation-a to determination strengthen -- Ii1! Sez you have an individual choice on each and every contest on the ballot.

about which we have heard more in this political
campaign than in all the months since the last ca mpalgma Bouquets to Coach Joe Bundy
Bloodshed In the streets is not a result of a Democrat or a and the six Tigers who were
absent without leave Friday
Republican in the White House, and the bloodshed will not night,
,
} cease, because of any result of the election. Bloodshed and First to Coach Bundy for
,J f other violence and lack of morale will cease in the nation sticking to his.discipline promise
only when the rank and file of citizens, and especially In- at the cost of losing a gameto
cluding parents, live strictly honest moral lives. The citizen Jupiter. In the past, boys
who cheats and is dishonest and Immoral in small waysis had broken training and had
breaking down the fiber of his country and is encouraging been punished by extra physi-
cal exercise. As early as last
I' the larger dishonesty and immorality which so shocks him Wednesday the squad had been

on a national level. told that anyone breaking training -
The voter should look Into the mirror; should ex- rules that week, would not
amine his own life, and determine what he\ actually wants be allowed to play that week.
I in his national leaders decide which candidates nearest They were repeatedly reminded
i fits that picture and In each of the races on the ballot, vote and ;yet before the sunset
had
Friday night plans
+ The election Tuesday is a General Election
for those men. been made to break the 1:30:
'; not a Party primary, and each voter can make a separate curfew. Four of the six even
choice for Democrat, or Republican, on each office to be took their dates home with themto
filled. "answer roll call" and then
It Is Indeed, an awesome moment for the voter. Let t s hit the road again.
hope we are equal l to the challenqe.It's Roses to the boys as they returned -
to the practice field
Monday afternoon willing to
accept the Saturday night banishment
history now. as punishment for their g
misconduct It takes a goodman
to admit that he had made
reaL Bare
THIRTY' YEARS AGO if the money was r+.
mistake. The boys In reality
New was turned over to federal authorities. a
(From dewtaton had not only let their coach
MM) Haydon Burns
l October M. down had betrayed their Spessard Holland
.J.I appointed It was announced that the 4 they Paul G. Rogers
J. E Beardiley was
/ : fellow squad members who had
I term of A. W. Lawrenceas
Governor Dave Sholtt as a year
I by Postmaster bad expired Sep obeyed the curfew. The won-loss
R' Everglades
of the
.' ; member board of dir tember 30 and the Job was open record is not the most Important d lli .rV
District
,//r, ectors.Drainage He lucceeded W H. Lair for a new appointmentRoy thing, and it might well be that
incident will
"
transferredby Saturday night's
Pahokee, whose term expired. Green was
I' of of Hooker's Point the AC!. Railroad to Belle be a great investment in the ':,
r [. Cody Bare of the entire Tiger .
became manhood
and McIntosh -
Glade Ray -,-, _
: ran afoul of the law quickly -' _
1 t when be began to circulate half Clewiston agent for the squad. _
dollars and quarters he had transportation company. -sa-' NL .
;, and
Is election day
Tuesday
'

I ,: made get spurious rid himself.of colns-before about He SS worth managed a suspicious of the to TWENTY(From CtewbUm YEARS Newt AGO every his or American her duty should to go to makeit the __ _

".' service station operator Arthur October $7. W4> polls and cast their ballot The

r't t Scott, asked Elbert Stewart First Jamaican labor contract many campaigns untrue have and been hall heated true

,;-. statements have been made.
Make your choice and registerit
{; at the poUs.Remember .
: a voter may vote
for any individual whose name J''
appears on the ballot, a straight '
:t
faINTINGf1 Republican or Democrat ballot
y1 wL'
IS NOT necessary Split tick- .. :-. A
ets are most acceptable. Voteas '
you please ,but please

i, vote. ,-ee- -

j "Serving Htndry and Glades Counties" A couple of representatives -L'L'I
from a large dally newspaper
'L\\ were In the News office Monday* '
and commended the appearanceof i I
PROFESSIONAL Clewiston and the pace at
which it Is growing The cleanliness <
of the city: and its overall ,
PRESSWORK. ". fill appearance surpass much
larger cities they said.
While the city fathers' receive L't
,4 PRACTICAL a great deal of criticism for
their efforts it Is be comforting
to know that some of their efforts -
PRICES do' not go unnoticed.
I ,

Trailer firm "

:. No job too large or gets'charter


'Overholt Trailers Inc., S1J
small. Central ,Avenue, Clewiston has ,
I been awarded a charter accordIng -

I Whatever your printing needs, the to Secretary an announcement of State's office from 'i"'

,yon 11 find us ready willing and in Tallahassee .
Incorporators of the company, .,
gable to fill them I -
1 j, : which: engages in the transportIng -

J'' Give us a call for free estimates! are;and Robert sale W of, mobile Overholt.homes Sr., Lyndon B. Johnson

r rl Clewiston; Billy R. Jackson
EWS' West Palm Beach and Norma.
!l Cainnle. Clewiston.
CLEWISTON
The

l SAFETY MEASURE Vote Democratic
\ '" Phone YU 3-1201 Central Are.Clewiston. Nov. 3Political
.. Boaters, are net allowed by
i P.' 0. Box 1236 Fla Florida law to use sirens or

i -1'UI3LJSBERS OF flashing red lights on their ( adr. paid for by Hendry '
I County Democr.".'...-.
i HSNDRY COONTT NEWS GLADES COUNTY DEUOCKAfPHOMB boat Exeeption! are police or Commlttae)
I OB MM1 PHONE: WH 6-18J1 fire boats.

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-- Country Club Chat Dixon further pointed out that liable to the VA for the- pay flee Of Jurisdiction, where his Oewlston. Fla. THE CLEW1STOW NEWSThursday Page 'Three'
- County Agent'sColumn the buyer might not prove to be went of the claim which the GI loan was first approved. The October 29>>, 1118'
1 By Letty McConvilleLast a food credit risk In the opinion VA bad to pay to the lender A request should Include the VA
Dd1JlwA Fridays beautiful Autumn of UM veteran administration veteran may be released from loan number, if know, which ion of the veterans administration
weather brought out most or the mortgage holder or both. his liability; to the VA If his should be shown on the reverse or the mortgage bolder or Virginia Darediscounted ,
of the members of the ladles Dixon suggest that you dis- loan Is current and If the purchaser aide of the certificate of eligibility both. "
Association for their weekly' By TO GALLO cuss this with your Local Veteran has obligated! himself by ; The address of the proposed :
rouiuf Of golf. A blind-partners County Service Officer, or contract to purchase this property purchaser and the name Dixon suggests that you discuss ,. I
tournament was played, which There will be a citrus growers write to him at P. O Box 1437, and assume his liability. and address of the holder of the this with your Local Veteran Virginia Dare was not the i
was most interesting. Again, meeting In the courthouse St. Petersburg, Fla. In addition, the purchaser must mortgage. Upon receipt of the County; Service Officer, or first white child born la America
tonight at 7:30.: Bob Davis VA will write to Mm at P. O. Box 1437,
one of the new members was assistant satisfy the VA that be Is a good written request the as history book havetaught I
to Fred Lawrence, will credit risk. send to the veteran all the St. Petersburg Tic
inner, white ,
Julia ten other
the Raclcot! phisher'bfind"p Veteran should Eight or S
present a short slide-talk cultural forms to complete In
on necessary
a r t r, Mary children were born in Fort Car \
A veteran to sell his
practices for young groves. planning order to apply for the releaseof
--- Weather. There will then be a'questionand watch GI sales GI home may take either of liability on a GI loan. Tailgater clime other.Florida, 32 year ahead I
On Friday, November 6th. answer period. two steps to avoid future liability. Dixon warned that It Is most
Is difference between -
There
football: election of officers will take Any growers who would like ST. PETERSBURG Fla. ((1)) He can arrange for Important that the application an alligator no and a tailgater Charles E. Bennett. Florida
3g place: '' at the monthly; business to have their thermometer The mere fact that a veteran the GI loan to be paid in full for release of liability be made motor club reports. Congressman, has recently; had
a '
meeting of the Association, checked and tested for accuracy elli hU federal GI borne doe ((2)) He can allow the purchaser prior to the time the GI home Both have thick skulls, are a book. Laudonnlere and Fort .. :
Leagues starting at 12:IS p.m.. followedby should bring it to the county not necessarily: relelve him of to assume his GI loan and pb- Is sold for obvious reasons. difficult to communicate with, Caroline History and Documents : I
;1fcet( a luncheon. We urge aH the agent's office Thursday. Tag bit liability to the veterans ad- tale a release of bis liability; on Once the sale Is accomplished nothing about driving safety published by the University I
leason IS under wl1t members to attend. It with owner's name at the end ministration, M. T. Dixon of the the loan from the bolder of the and all final pipers are signedby care and dangerous in their ; of Florida Press, which 'j \
': JDOkI like the leaP Ueevenl7 opposite the bubble end. The Florida Department of Vetecani mortgage' and the veterans administration both parties, It is no longerof own habitat are The big differenceIs I
t matched. With thermometers will Affairs, said today. provided of course Importance to the buyer I
be adjusted that unable to
, Local firemen alligator are
Frdesyu and Too often veterans who have both The whether assists in the SALfc-PaynO envelopes Ii i
played last or if adjustment is not possible agree. veteran may be getting obtain a driver license.A FOR I
s each team ended upI the degree of error will be written fold their GI homes learn lat- apply; to the veterans administration veteran released from liability.; printed with !ores for social 1I,
I-I, record.leII fete Tigers on an accompanying tag. er that the buyer has defaultedon for a release from liability There Is also the possibility, tallgater I. a dope who security; withholding and other
, probably have a litr The Agricultural, Crop reporting the loan, the mortgage bat ; by submitting a request Dixon further pointed out that keeps the front of his car as deduction do* of MO. dewiston
club carried over Members of the Clewlston Service gives the following been foreclosed a deficiency In writing to the loan guarantee the buyer might not prove to be close I. possible to the back of New. offlcv. U i
lilt years team which Volunteer hosts Fire 1 at Departmentwere statistics on our area: 3040 to has resulted and that they are officer, at the VA regional of. a good credit risk\ In the opln- yours.;
a bar-b-qued
te league chammploTige. chicken supper last Wednesday 3.400 acres of tomators; 2,050 to
2630 acres of .
cucumbers, and re
12.13Glen Langston CE"tWO night honoring the Tiger football 575-to-700 '1
acres of
" 50 squad coaching staff, their pepper i
for These
figures are about
correct.
wives and the cheerleader.
ucbdoanaover but failure.
and except for
of
peppers none
Arrangements for
result.'their the bountiful
,eras point tries the crops suffered more than avery
meal bandied
were by Bill
downfall small percent of damage
to be the Harn. from storms. KEEPthe
j KtbeH.bd.whn.'forth The Florida Fruit and Vegetable -
Association labor bulletin
Timmy Kreidler shotin
and
indicates
tor that the labor supply
workhorses
* to the will be no better than last season
barges with a strong possibility In
Results: gun accidentDick many areas that labor supplies I I
"
leeks will be reduced. ALIVE IN i!
12. Tigers 13 There will be '
tit-Jets Kreidler, manager of a meeting for '
Chargers 0, Rebels 7mWersO. Western Auto was accidentallyshot vegetable growers at 8 p.m. November .: !
Chargers ? in the right leg last Saturday 18 In Qewlston Depend. i,
evening while camping with leg on the number attending it
Jets 5. Rebels 0 :;;:;
friends near Flag Hole road. will be In the courthouse sub .,. :
Kreidler was putting a .22 office or another location; location !
jnior League Magnum pistol. into a bolster will be announced if change I I11 ale '4 r '
beat In the Junior -attached to his belt when it Is necessary There will be four "f'I i
:years, to speakers to talk ill \ .l l lFlorida's lr
on phasesof
to be the War- fired, sending a bullet within an r;
;11, ijIUU Kerns have William! inch of the lateral artery of his production-mainly concerning ::;r I
1 Freddie Robertson leg The bullet came out near watermelons and tomatoe 1. .
and
1IIt team whilereach the knee. A similar meeting will be held I r.\., .. I
, last years
JOB strong teams, the The gun was not owned by for the LaBelle-Felda area on **'.
:1 4 ud Comets 105moit of Kreidler and he was unaware November 17. Definite announcement Success Story is No Accident! i
players through gradualMR that it had no safety; catch. a reminder.A will. be made lateras :
He was taken to the Hendry
L cattleman in Collier County. -. I
General
Hospital where hi. con-
and Robetson pair- dition wa. good. C. B. Hadley, has some pasture 8th'' the
largest state in nation
jb give their team a 39-0 available for some extra :
Mtthi Comets The ComputtrUck -' cows If there are cattlemen: '
] Allen Carlton: Bowlingnews who need to relieve the load on all I
I is time
Industry at an high
I ilittr from last year, their own pastures, they may R :
. to get his team contact him.Vets .

.:id it Urns.WDnfli: "hr teem'..!those much needed 45 State Parks now in operation :,:.>: ',11 1 :.'.a'. '\ I' II

Info ServiceBy l I f

u i If befell! won since over the the An-An- Lake league FRANK VELTRE Space and Moon-Shot Program Center .

II dI't seem to round up County Service Officer
pie pIIyen.i Team kith game An accelerated for education "
I r' Frostl r.-...MWMMMM_ S73 The mere fact that a veteran program 2: : ,
<< leeks Results: Team hUh set sells his federal GI home does .
i *
ft-Wirriors 39, Comets 0 not necessarily relive him of .',. ,, ..J. # ,
%
\ U.S.S.c. Clewiston 2501 standard of in .u
living history ,
Devils I, Angels 0 hUh his liability to the veterans ad Highest ., e" : : f.
set ministration M. T, Dixon of the ;' ,

ll'\I..JIIdcI4(Oct.results 21- S. SmithT"J. 545 game 190 Florida Department of Veterans Tourism booming with 15 5 million visitors annually <;
' .. CIIarlllr. 0 J. Hill ........ L543 194 Affairs, said today. ",
Too often veterans who have
542 192
B. Pritchett
't IS, Rebelll H. Andrels .,.....- 531 197 sold their CI homes learn later ;'.%' '
and harbors 5 million dollars
I.., Oct 28- J. B. Jones _.., .... 527' 190 that the buyer has defaulted Inland waterways improved by ,;:) :;
tomb I. Chargers 0 R. Coedhart 528 187 on the loan the mortgage has ', .

' 12 TIIen 7 Jr.H. Vaughn Meadows__ 510 509 176 186 has been resulted foreclosed and that a'deficiency they are Veterans hospitals increased by 47 million dollars in '64 7T: 2'':: '%..::" ". .A .

a..I F. White ,.,, ., ., 506 186 liable to the VA for the pay- .
?
? ? ?? '
0 0 ment of the claim which the VA ""
,., ,, .
J Pelham 501 190V.SAC.
_.. ..2 2 -??-? had to pay to the lender l A veteran has value in of three billion dollars '
0.-_.... 2 2 Dewiston. moved up may be released from his Agri-business a consumer excess '
to fifth place'. e ,. .
.1 3Jebe the VA if his loan is '
liability to

f Oct 20An.els result- -won Team 2nd IT, ,B.lost standings O.7 Machine: lit Frostle Works,, obligated current and himself if the by purchaser contract has to Record building program for highways, expressways, and Interstate highways : ::,lit.J':; J [ j

purchase this property and assume "
4 0 won 15 lost 9

mIami, n, Devils 0 14. 3rd,. lost, Chuck 10Ladies Wells Motor, won the purchaser his liability.must In satisfy addition risk the FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000 "j y I !

mist Oct 2Zno VA that be Is a good credit .

a.: Devils Angels Ilkudiars 0sta of the lakeTotal GI A home veteran may planning take either to sell of two his 1964 FEDERAL EXPENDITURES IN FLORIDA WERE $3,388,000,000 t?; ri R, J's .

steps to avoid future liability.;
i ((1) be can arrange' for the GI .. ." '
3 0 Wine Lose. line to be paid in full ((2)) he t I
loan
.. ,,, ... 2 1 Old South .m.--. 20 I 11147 can allow)] the purchaser to assume Florida's development as the fastest growing large state requires< a partnership \ : Si:1:
-- -., 1 2 USSC .?,.......-., 16 12 10751 his GI loan and obtain a ,

o 3Glusa Hare Parkinson'Lumber____ 15 15 13 13 8270 9946 loan release from of his the liability bolder on of the themortgage with the government through new roads, schools, public expenditures ', w '

Glades Restaurant 14 14 10416Wsldron veterans administration 'I
and the
.
Alene-s Gifts Motors_ U 12 16 17 10102 8885 both agree.The provided veteran of may course apply to keep pace with the needs and demands of the kind of growth never before :

LodgeG ___ 9 19 10679
Sport Shop the veterans administration '
to
!
Rich Scratch Game ; for a release from liability experienced by any state. .. ; t
K!ROOM WILL Sandra Potter 193 submitting a request la writIng 1.
.,... .... 111 by .
officer
Anne Beagle
guarantee !
SATURDAY.OCTOBER to the loan <
31 1 Sandra HUh Handicap Potter _Case Z58 Jurisdiction, at the ,VA where regional his office GI loan of There are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an important : t. O'i:' ;

lease Anderson, mast Anne Beagle ___ 249 was first approved. The request the the done. These :
b waisted by Sandra HUh Berate Potter _Series 482Frances should Include the which VA should loan num-be role in its success. They provided leadership to get job

111 WMOOBE HAVEN' High fUndtce Carlin _SenseSandra 459 her the shown certificate if on know the, of reverse eligibility side The ol leaders have been traditionally elected by the people from the ranks of. the ,,:' ;.;.

ON Bt n Potter_ m of the purchaser '
address propo.edd
Anne Beagle --.....-.., 8M and the of the nort.adrelt Democratic candidates. ;.:

of receipt ':\,
of the writ- \

Halloween ten gaga the request veteran, the all VA the la will necessary order send to to Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson for President-Spes-: ': 7,

[ Party formsfor on a GI loan.the complete release of liability 11 malt sard L Holland for United States Senator Haydon Burns 'for Governor then ',.,.:. ., .:':\ ;:, I I


WGARLAND Dixon warned that of liability the that applicationtoStMM it be made Vote Democratic All-the-Way. :. l j t I

ROLLER RINK the GI home : J
prior to the for time obvious realODI.c STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF FLORIDA % !

the sale to accompU.h'd Warren M. Goodrich Chmiu Ann M. Cramer, Vic chmn.Frank 1.. Porter, secyZfff t ;;-.t"' II .1 1

and all final papers I

Saturday, October 31 by of both Importance partka. it to 11 the no longer buyer 'f' i iI ih

whether b. IDsists 10 getting Ita- continue to 6u//d ,I I
STING the veteran released from us d tetter fLOR/DA !

6:30: p.m. to 9 p.m. bITh Ve U also the poMBVBRING ; ,

SOc;i plus 25c skate rental .''I'Ip..

DANCING 9 p.m. to midnight 75c
% VOTE DEMOCRATIC :'
and Dance. $1 plus skate rental

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871 MusIc III 1
FOB DANCE BY BYTHMATICS r I IIt

bmse"'Ior 20 Tears ct a e a and audaw


OPtKEVEay 3 SATOBDAY Pm.toapm.AND.' .SUNDAY. 1 s ALLTHE WAY ON NOVEMBER 3 : \: .:II


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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS ClewlitoD, n. shisk kabob, "shlsk" meaning
Thursday, October 2D, IDe. Refiners object skewer and "kabob", to broil. Seat belts
The Hawaiian call them ter are
- lifesavers
iyakl; the French en brochette.

to beet r Use long green sticks or metal Do seat belts
,acreageThe skewers to cook kabobs on. lives? acluaay

Metal skewers with a
squareor The
establishment of 1,375,000 Peninsula
angular shaft rather than a (lAM) I Motor
acres as the permlssable limit reported
a round one, hold food In rode,
t tl' ? place estimated 111I
for growing sugar beets came a 5,500
n best Wooden handles Plrsolll
stay
cool automobile dIt
under attack last week.
and make skewers safer crashes tan
Irvin A. Hoff executive director and because the, did
easier to handle not
of the United States Cane belts which were Use
t Yj'rt.t4 Sugar Refiners' Association In Use meat and vegetables Based on avaUablt
MiS which take the same time to cent InrormauOllIa ,
a letter to Secretary of Agriculture survey by the
Orville L. Freeman protested cook. This may mean that potatoes nautical Laboratory Cornea A

that the acreage was too onions, and green pepper dub said that the
I large and asked that the matter should be partially cooked In 54,000 accIdents drivers Invo
be reconsidered. ahead of time or place meaton they use* belt aim

Holt said the acreage established one skewer and each vegetable third of the time only shoe;

I'' for the coming year "fell on a separate skewer. All "Yet, the risk of
far short of meeting the stand-/ meat cubes and all vegetable Jury or death is 3S serious
ards" of the Sugar Act. cubes should be the same size. for seat belt per Cent
users
a The cane refiners and the Before broiling, season with users." the club than"Co"
laId,
sugar beet Industry compete for salt and pepper. Brush with ma. The Cornell study ,
,
shares of the American sugar rinade, barbecue sauce or melted there would be ***.
a 2S
market. butter and lemon Juice as reduction In deaths per c

"It is unfortunate" Hoff said they broil to keep moist and occupants of cars aDOIIe!

"that other affected segmentsof promote browning crashes If IU Were involved

the domestic Industry were x Chunks of meat will cook belts. wesrleg s

1 not afforded an opportunity to more evenly and faster if they soy or the 'Uorno1!

express their views, inasmuch are not crowded on the skewer. to install seat belts ts,
as such a determination vitally Turn kabobs to brown on all er January 1, 1964. .,
stand
affects their Interests equipment
sides. on new
Hoff referred to the fact that Important cars wa,
step
To point forward
serve skewer down 1k
the set
acreage figure by the over
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEMBERS participating In the recent department followed the recom- and slip food, a, few pieces: ata have equipped many used car bur

hospital evacuation school learn bow to cnr patients mendation of the sugar beet time, onto plate with fork. with quality belts their veIL t

from the room In emergencies. Mrs. E. E. Edward carries growers and processors. A TRAINING SCHOOL for law enforcement D. Robinson, Fred A. Worth, Don Mullin ef Cook seafoods and pre-cooked: prlcea. at reasocr

Mn. EUiabeth White from a simulated burning1 room as nearly 'the"Quite Indicated obviously." he said will officers was held lui week In LaBelle sponsored ; Collie County; Sherrill M. Price and Charles lamb meats cubes 8 to ,10 15 minutes to 20 ;minutes.beef or "However' the AAA '\J

1M other participants look on.STAFF PHOTO acreage by the Hendry County Sheriffs Department E. Roberta of the Oewlstoo police department; Here are some- good kabob said "the problem now 4
based on the yields of recent convince
far with the.enUoe of the FBI. Shown Sergeant Cnrtra Mills and patrolmen Leland combinations: beef steak mushrooms seat belt 0W.
In
years, product a crop excess use their new life
of such quota and normal here are: Deputy sheriff Leslie Carlton, Earl A. Newborn Canon W. Ray, James; F. Wey- sliced onions; ham pineapple of their InlurallCt"

Mrs. Grace Bestor carry over Inventory" as specified 8. Dyess, Jr. Ernel C. Ford, William D. .How gait and James R. White of the Fort Myers orange sections; meatball Iy a seat driving belt Is hour,. Obw.

In the Sugar Act. ard. Ralph O. Palmer. Calvin Swindle ef Hen- police department. and Hendry County Sheriff wrapped in bacon: green Is laying unfastened valueless p

dry County; Patrick M. Blackburn Richard Earl Dyeis. pepper onions; ground sausage. Of your car." on the *7i
honored StarsThe apple wedge; raw shrimp scallops
by
&ll .,. .,. .' bacon square green pepper fate i The V*: club urges mJ J

hon. ful. He envisions processing: notion that Mr. President Johnson and onion; calves liver or to buckle their ut w
Eastern. Star chapter plants in the county when the Serious injuriesin and Mr. Bobby Kennedy chicken livers, small bacon: everytime they drive the
ored Mr Grace Bestor at the whether
meeting Monday evening, In Come to our new groves begin to come Into might say "No you can't do squares, mushroom caps, lamb the neighborhood It is simply a tr,!
,WiMra. production.He that because we had rather cubes, sliced bacon: mushrooms, grocer or
recognition of her 50 years of
membership in the Order. With .'PERS NALS'', then said the oil well at two-car crashThree charge a gambler a $50 gambling tomato wedges. a Seat cross-country vacation tr

Mrs Helen Dickey worthy matron election partyThe Felda Is the first In a develop fee and spend another $L> Make dessert kabobs by cutting belts DO save uvEa..le
ment of an oil field in the 000 trying to collect.:
presiding, Mrs Bestor was area. persons were seriously refrigerated biscuits: (froma
conducted to the altar and J. P. Sexton returned Clewlston News invites Although it is too early to predict Injured in a collision at the Intersection tube) Into thirds and rolling sanctnarlti

members repeated the obligation Sunday from Mobile, Ala., all citizens to receive election what this will mean to the of Highway 80 and Kabob cookeryBy each piece into a bait Stringon Sanctuaries to protect Am

of Eastern Stars. Mrs. Boater where she spent two weeks with returns with us In front of the county the future appears very State Road 80-A on Monday skewers, leaving about H ea'. national bird the I

was presented with'a 50year her parents following a heart News Building next Tuesday optimistic morning at 10:20: a.m. ALMA WARREN inch between balls "Bake" eagle, now contain

pin. attack suffered by her father. evening, shortly after the polls Hendry county is In a very According!: to authorities a over hot coals turning constantly 2,300,000 acres in Florida more, itj f
, The occasion: was also Friendship She reports him up and aboutat close at T p.m. favorable position economically car driven by Mrs. Annie Tom- In kakob cooking: each person until browned and completely : the Audubon Society Ranch!

: Night for the district and the time she returned.Mr. A board will be posted with said the speaker who said the llnson Booth, 54, of LaBelle was can construct and grill his own done about T minutes. Push foresters, real estate develop

the chapter: had is honored and Mrs. C, J. Lovvorn returns from the 10 Hendry new developments are all of the In a head-on collision: with a menu Make kabobs by alternating off_ skewers Immediately into and others are Joining thd

guests Mrs. Ruth Meredith, Pa- were In Miami Sunday attending county precincts as they are re- type to bring more money, more car driven by Mrs. Margaret chunks of food on skeweri. melted butter or margarine; fort to save the national ti

hokee Grand Representative to a design school at the State telved; a television set win beset $jobs,and more tax money' Into Ruth Blackman 35, Fort Myers. Home economists: with the roll into cinnamon-sugar mix. 28,000 acres of land in Char

Missouri; Mri Jessie Barnes, Florists Convention.Mr. up by Redlsh Electric.to the county. Rev. James D. Blackman Florida Agricultural Extension ture. Eat right away. One tube and DeSoto Counties owned]

Pahokee, chairman of the Eastern and Mrs. Raymond Yon keep the audience posted on returns President Claude Giddens conducted husband of the driver of the Service point out that the Armenians of refrigerated' biscuits: makes M. Lewis Hall, of Miami, ari

Star magazine for the district of Bradenton spent the weekend from other states. the meeting John Coins second car, and two women involved use lamb and can them SO. the newest sanctuary, I Iftott
"' and Mrs Madge Taylor with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. Each person will be given his was inducted into membership were taken to the Hen-

Belle Glade, a member of A. Yon and Mr. and Mrs. own election score card listingthe in a brief ceremony: by Fred dry General Hospital! suffering Hit Tha Trail

Grand Chapter library committee. O. C. Booker. states, and the number of Sikes. Fran Giles, superintendent from serious head injuries.

Miss Eva Finical and Mrs. electorlal votes in each. By placing : of the Savannah Sugar Re- Mrs. Booth was charged with

Mrs. Dickey: announced that Fern Foy left Tuesday for their the figures In the Democratic finery and Joe M. Hall were failure to yield the right-of-way

the worthy grand matron of home In Wichita, Kansas aftera or the Republican columnsas guests at$ Jhe meeting.Temperatures on a through highway accordIng : -
Florida, Mrs. Adel Robertson visit of several days with Mr. reports from each state are to( Patrolman Roy Hutto y.
of Miami, will pay her official and Mrs. Willard Sage. received, he will have his own who investigated the accident

visit to the chapter on November Mr. and Mrs. Abner H. Vann summary of how the nation Is { t Both cars were badly wrecked -

6th Plans are being made are spending this week In Wash voting with the combined loss estimated -
for a banquet at 630: at the ington D,C. on an expense-paid The city police will rope off at 84200

Glades Pit Room preceding the trip which Mr. Vann earned as Central avenue from traffic for "Injuries In this case probably -
: evening meeting State Farm Insurance Company the duration of the party and would have been consider k
I
The Monday representative. the board will be floodlighted to for the weekending
program was able less serious had
the occupants :
,I completed: with group singing give good visibility. Chairs will Oct. 28. There was no been
wearing seat {
of songs adapted to the themeof be placed In the street for the rainfall. belts," Hutto said.Junior's .

friendship, and a humorous BirthsCapt. audience.We Oct. 22 75-60 ,
Invite one and all to come:
reading by Mrs. Stella Pirkle. Oct. 23 76-65 ,
and Mrs. Charles K. and enjoy the returns with us. Oct. 24 78-65 EssaysAbout ,4'v'' .a"iWPi :
Bowden
announce the adoption
Oct. 25 80-67 ,
of a son, William Matthew who '
.,. Oct. 26 78- 9 "
was born October 19. 1964 MoonshinersMoonshiners So
Oct. 27 82-70 + .. th
-. weighing elgh pounds, four r sl +
Oct. 28
83-72 make a lot of rti s
FrL. Oct. 30 11:30 p.m. ounces. The Bowdens reside at money by making a lot of
3808
LATE SHOW AFTER Ridgewood Bryan Texas cheap whiskey which they sell
describes ram
where he is attending Texas Spratt w .
for lot ?
THE CAMEL"Daughter A&M University a of money-when they ,
/ don't get caught It must be

". of Mr. and Mrs. Blctoriano Martinez LaBelle's HEALTH pretty good business because

Dr. Jekyll" are the pound parents of growthand 1 there are ao many moonshiners.

John AgorFit. a son, who weighed six pounds 2'OPJ'csyJJ- There is a lot of competition too ..
,I four ounces at birth in Hendry but everybody seems to enjoy r t r t
new industry it r.woaral3Narda .
Sou Oct 30-31 General Hospital on October 15. y
I l a I It Is against the law almost
t' DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs Charlie Roberti J. R. Spratt representativeelect A leda.i Yaw Doctor of MtHldiM, everywhere to make moonshine +

I Ride the Wild Surf are the proud parents of a of Hendry county, told Klwanlans 4M4a Tow.Local M.ttul Modtcal A-ocutio laser. u4 w whiskey and it Is against the Courtesy Canadian National Jtailm

Fabian daughter, Mary, who was bornIn something of recent developments law to sell it too but the moon- Trill rldlnp la a popular
Hendry General Hospital i12rtJ" the dentlnenl'e largest national In the heart of t
on in western Hendry shiners keep making It anyhow. Canadian Rockies, Here from park Jasper,
Wednesday October SMALLPOX) Canadian National's Jasper Park approach glael!
21. 1964. Lodge
county when he addressed the The Amethyst Lake st the
reason they keep making the
The weighed JfSUf Totl<""ul" Valloya ruoged ramparts; ass ef the Brost t nests'
baby
beauty
"Stage seven pounds spots In
to 11 luncheon meetln'1'esterda1.Veletables ERADICATED? and selling It Is because so Jasper's square mllos ef unspoiled vacation land, M
"Thunder Rock" ounces. wood chip mill. many people keep on buying
Mr. and Mrs Robert Umerock.: citrus and ,oil were Smallpox virtually disappear- and drinking it
Sunlvvan Dunningare
Barry ed from the United States backIn
the topics discussed In the summary
parents of a son Robert the 1940'.. Until this disease Every once In awhile :you see
Sun, Mon. NO?. 1-2 Jr., who arrived on Tuesday, of new developments. "Is eradicated throughout the a picture in the paper of the
Spratt took each Item in turn
October 27 sheriff and
weighing
pounds, some deputiesmaybe -
world, there Is no assurance It
"I'd Rather 12 ounces. and summarized Its position in a State Beverage man
wilt not show up In this country
the of the .
county.In
BeRich"Sandra economy and a Federal Revenue man or
Mr, and Mrs. Larry Feathers- the Felda area there are. a fain. Vaccination: against two breaking
Dee Andy Williams ton announce the birth of a 4,500 acres of potatoes grown smallpox discovered In 1798 by shiner's still and up dumping some moon out

Robert Goulet 'daughter Sherry who was bornon especially for use In making potato Edward Jounce M.D., an English all the mash punching: holes In t

Plenty of songs, music Thursday October 22 at Hen- 'chips and 7,500' acres: of country doctor: has saved the drums and maybe they take

and lively action for dry General Hospital. The baby other vegetables In the ground more lives than probably any the moonshine whiskey to town
weighed seven pounds at birth. at the time. other medicine or preventive
entire present and It down the
the family. pour gutters so
The Wood Mill at Kerf measure. Prior to vaccination
Chip
everybody can see them do It. 20% DOWNwill
smallpox attacked a heavy
majority
Tue.. Wed. NO?. 3-4 C. of C. directorsThere is a small. and but brings very employmentto modern Industry of persons. An estimated I don't know why they always
FOR ADULTS fourth of died waste the mash punch holes In
ONLY these of It and
will be about 20 people; its product the drums and out the
of pour
'. a meeting
the rest were pockmarked tot
"Station SixSahara" the Chamber is shipped to Hudson Paper whiskey. The mash would
of Commerce directors helpto hold
at Falatka for life. purchase 'til! Christmas!
at Old South Bar-B-Que Company processing fatten some hogs, the drums any
into and Vaccination: Is not only routine
paper napkins would
Ranch next Tuesday at be worth lor. dollars
With Carol Baker noon In this country, but, travelers
All directors' meetings are other products.The : apiece to anybody who wants ,
opento llmerock industry is a from foreign areas to the u.s. drum without hole
the members. a a in It, and
comoarative- 'newcomer to Ben- are required to show vaccination : the moonshine would run an automobile gift suggestions

dry county and since It is dependent certificates.: la many countries or preserve a lot of
on road building activities in Asia, Africa: and South blologlval specimens. If the
Ladies
is somewhat erratic In Its America smallpox Is still a ,
sheriff is
lucky: maybe he will Mari
: : For EXPERT workmanship. operation. Much of the llmerockIn threat Quarantine authoritiesat capture a truck or a car that he Jacket .
e ain the Turnpike's Foil Pierce ports of entry are becoming:
can raffle off or sell and salvage Pullover
extension came from Hendry more stringent In Insisting that a little bit of scrap copper style .

county: but It Is not economical arriving travelers have valid that he can sell to the Junk man zip front
to haul from this section: to International Certificates of Vac and that's all. unless accidentally

roads up in the central area or olnatlonor Revaccination: he catches the moonshiner. Gold. beige, brown,
I in the Dade area, and rock from against smallpox. If the sheriff catches the moon- I, ,
house painting Ocala and Dade county is usedin Recent small outbreaks of shiner, maybe after a month or age green, corduroy.

other portions of the Turn- smallpox In England: said to two he gets a trial If they can
pike. Llmerock is not a very have originated in India have prove the moonshiner is guiltyat 1m. med Ige.
interior
1f! ( or exterior) r active: Industry at the present alarmed authorities. Frequencyand : his trial (Sometimes they Jewel coses
time. speed of International travel by BUXTON .
can't) well, they make him pay $4 98
'or The most glamorous of the are Increasing: the risk of the a fine and he has to start aU I White pink gold

: new developments. Is citrus. The spread of smallpox from one again. aqua, blue.
)
f speaker estimated that Hendry country to another. Travelersby The legislature is always looking Ideal for Several styles .
to; paper hanging county now has 1300 acres In air, Infected a few days for something else to tax. cool weather golf

; : production: ((5 to 6 year trees) prior to their departure from a Why don't they legalise moon ftehmg, hunting $4.95, $7.95
and 1,000 acres below produce foreign country may not develop shiners and make them pay a

tion age. He believes that in five symptoms until after arrival big tax or license: (they are going $10.95PARKINSON'S

j call years there will be 25.000 acres: at their destination, thus to make the stuff anyhow).
in production: with a 8375,000 Increasing: the risk of unsuspected I believe if you promised to let

I r Income annually. Many of those contacts.: the moonshiners alone and not DEPARTMENT]
I and making large plantings of citrus Vaccination: has been done tear up their atiUs they wouldbe

\, aI;\ TOWN PAINT HARDWARE In the county at this time minions of times all over the glad to pay a great big tax
are experienced citrus men who world but then are areas not to be bothered. It always STORE.ae

I YU 3-1141 have moved In from other where there are no vaccination: costs so much to have to start Sugarland
+ area, and Spratt believes their laws, or such: laws are Indifferently over again. The legislature Just Highway Clew at

i i I[ plantings win be highly suecess- managed' might do It but I've a sneaky -






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Qewiiton. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five

( Thursday, October: 29, 1964
Transplanted Townsends ------ --
flourish in Australiaof e .


I Hendry county that the great unpopulated and undeveloped ,- -- .. _. Florida agriculture growing fast DhrckargedrCatherine i
of -- -
.; ; ;. ,
11JI tanted In Australia hasi areas of Australia; I ,, ; n.," Brown, William
gaasV/ and i I. flourishing\ part of the land known as the eeM P w'Is" : it Thomas, J. P. Utenby, Margaret .
a '

filII take.oIcel1 who, report have Bill recently and Sid revisit "Outback.The land Is Inhabited by wild 't. : ,\ says extension service expertFlorida Daughtrey Bare,, Jack Gratton Cish George, Mary Ola L. ''I ,

with i their cows and the Maddoxes found .\ : ': Owens, John Joyner, William 6;: s r..
lam and slater, Mr. the Townsends hunting and Johnson, Myrtlca Carver, Wan I I ,I
--r-iJI.law; l named for the 1964-65 term W.
:
; and branding them. agriculture is growingat '
Townsend They Importedsome da Smith, Harold Jones, Ivan :: I'
B. Barron, K. J. Curtis Roy
IJIII grr U/clan. ,After two Brahman bulls and intend u faster rat4 than the agriculture Maymald, Betty Roberts Sandra
i
; of other state and Dana, E. R. Felton, Ed Frier- '!J :
T have their to build their herd into cattleabout any ,Featherston, Danny Golden : :
wnsend. 'If :
iiIJII1ibe
stabllshed. their V. Brahman. There were moat of that growth is taking son, Earl :Miller, M. R. Thom James Dozer, Regina Maddox, I :
JIll bOtL and are feelln' 2,500 head of cattle on the place in South Florida, Dr. M. as, of LaBelle, and J. W. Beards- Jo Ann SandersfMarlon Ley. "n' :1 '

"OUtb.ck" ranch when they bought it; now O. Watkins, director of the ley, John Corbin, Otto Larsen, dia, Mary Billle, Billle Wiggins I
Uanecal that portion there are about 3700. Bob Townsend Florida Agricultural Extension Mike Millcevle and John Stltt of Remaining; I:

rtisttrad Territol"1.rowuend was off on a cattle buying! 4 t a dw Service said lilt week. Clcwlston. Lucy Howard, James W. 'i '
tbf Nortbern I. ..lxty.lshde trip when the men arrived; he Speaking before the annual Jim Turnbull, the new Farm Wright O. C. Wilcox Charles II

dlo Bay, returned with 300 heifers for meeting of the Hendry County Bureau field representative was Strauyhn, Margie Ollphant! Del-, '.); :
aonb I
II .JBOD his three created some- breeding; brough them in most Farm Bureau at LaBelle on Introduced and a standing ovation ma Forrester Arthur Baum, '
off when they of the way by boat from Towns- Friday night, Dr. Watkins cited was called for Charles Collins Rev. James Blackman, Richard "} 'I
: a sensation tamiUeimigrated ville; took six days for the return r figure to support his statement of Sebring, former field rep Kreldler, Annie Mae Booth, I
!? their concerning Florida' growth and resentative. William
trip. Dunavay, Betty Dunning
three
Felda to Australia said there was a need for planning whose servicesare Jessica Llndsey Verhon '" II
The Townsends Gene J. Click ,
not ie- pitched in to 'i
were :
"Vim They accomodate the
In order to
Prevatt, George Cason Daniel ,
move build fences and roads as soon now available to the county (
made publicity pur- as they arrived two years growth this area is enjoyingnow a* a full-tlme service agent in Weatherford Julia Crawford r
ago.
for continue to enjoyIn
: and will
genuinely) wanted They bought a large road grad LaBelle and Glades County, was Joyce Possey Julia Billle y
Pa' The ranching opera- er and have made 30 miles of the future. Introduced to some of the, 225 Mary Jane Billle. __ \,.
a good road He suggested that the Farm persons present Gift of appreciation ..
tr V next generation.2tbey very ; they have built! .;
theo challenge of miles and miles of fence with Bureau play a vital role in the were given to Directors
y the native trees for posts. They use _- planning for this "tremendous Larsen and Thomas. Car kills wild :
"
life
Increase. lie said that as agriculture
wuer the Staple- para grass for pasture and shift One segment of the Australian Towncends la Ray Townsend.' their children Marie Bubba. Annual reports were heard '

libel! purchased from Winnie Bright, cattle from one to another as shown .U this picture, taken at WANG the Donna, Teresa and Robert Ray, Mr. and Mn. agriculture expands, such as services markets to, with the secretary stating that boar on rt. 80 :-
ratios the la right this membership was
grass When year's
ti SCOUrln most of the real the ranch headquarters where the homes of the Roy Towmend. their children Pat limIT processing plants and various
at t Wet season well the 200 mark. The Scratch
comes (The Australians over one big black boar,
alferlniS kretawrS Ray and Roy Towiuends' are located. The Asa Mary .Jan, .June Ellen and Beth, and Mr. and implements will expand and can
illite refer to it as "the Legislature Committee' backIng wild, who had the idea that I
#,*, Mrs miles Bright and still Wet" the grass grows unbelievably } Townsend and others live 10 mare away at Mn. O. F. Barchard and their Owe children, make it possible to Increase the of the Fort Denaud Bridge State Road 80 was his private .,.'" (II I
d a few square home- ; in three weeks time, WELTREE. House. In the background' shows (the Bui-chard family has since returned to total Income. The area should and the DIrkson Bill on reapportionment runway.

M OH on the passed old away it will be knee high, and in six the type homes the Townseoda are building LaBelle). anticipate these opportunities, wa emphasized.Door Mrs. Elizabeth: Lillian Bauer, ;'/ I

1IIiI! ; her father. weeks time the cattle can get In their new country. Shown are Mr. and Mrs. ... he said. prizes were awarded to a circus performer from Sarasota i
,.gar] yearn Sgo.a Townsends lost In It, said Bill Maddox. The speaker: complimentedthe Otto Larsen Ken Curtis, Oscar was driving! her car, pulling ,1
Australian F.rmBureau, for its growthIn Langford, Jr., Ed Frierson, W. a house trailer, along the j
With a bit of roads
.anode Asa and his wife and pasture is well forested. Distances are cents system In 1966 Maddox thus: Jets are surely ahrunk Hendry County and spoke on O. Woosley. Billy Watkins J. road on Tuesday morning when "
gain\ and/ grandson who lives underway, the Townsends so great, it is cheaper to get says that would make things this old world. When we went the contribution the DARE Developing ( O'Ferrell, H. S. Parkinson Jerry the 150-pound hog decided to ,: 'I
them, Butch Warrlner; turned their attention to housing. the Malay lumber than Australian. easier. He learned that the Australian out to Australia, we left on Agricultural Resources R. S. Mrs. ,
Flint Dunaway, stroll across. He was killed Instantly '
S, ion! and their famllle Taking a long view of their pound is worth $2.21, but Tuesday afternoon, spent one Effectively) program can makeIn B. N. Parsons Mrs. Alice but caused $100 damageto I
"
.j denier and her family operation they established two There are no predatory animals the shillings! were harder to night and the next morning was South Florida. Schelb. Mrs. W M. Foot. Melvin the car. Neither Mrs. Bauernor I
j brothers, one with a complexes. twelve miles apart. in the manage. "When I bought something Thursday. When I came back
;two area except the Otto Larsen was elected president Wilder W. B. Barron Hugh her husband, riding with
I
they. plus another LaBelle In one are the home of the Asa wild dogs, which hunt and eat I'd just put my hand out from New Zealand, I left at of the county organization Carrol. John Stltt, J. Malakow- her, were injured. ,
jot! Jimmy Curry now workj Townsends, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- sheep, but do not bother cattle.In with the change in It, and ask (:30 in the afternoon and ar ; Earl Miller vice president ski and Kirby Thompson.. Trooper Dave Tomlinson Investigated 1
ard Davis Mr. and Mrs. Bobby fact the clerk to take what he rived home at 6:30 in the morning
!there. the lack of predatory ; Milton R. Thomas, secre Dinner was prepared and the accident which ,
19 Tbwnsend's family conatt Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. animals is the indirect cause of needed." ,-an on the same day of tarytreasurer.The served by the Woman' Community occured 10 miles east of La- i:
Baird
of nil! wife, daughter, MatL Townsend. There is also a great problem. Buffalo, donkey Bill and Sid Maddox found the calendar! following directors were Club of LaBelle. Belle I
i tta grader; Bobba. an a small house,for the teacher. and camels, which have atone their entire trip very Interest- II ile I
I rider, Donna a 4th gradTwesi Twelve miles away are a time or another been Introduced ing. They left Ft. Myers Tuesday iI II I I
a first grader and ranch field headquarters, with into the area as beasts at 4:30 p.m. flew to Tampa I
(get Ray who is still pre- bunk house and mess hall for of burden have multiplied in St. Louis Loa Angeles. Honolulu

(bod.Inji. the hands and the homes of such profusion that they have and Sydney. They arrivedat '

family consists of his Mr. and Mrs. Ray Townsendand become a menace and a nuisance 8 a.m. However they had 71,1
Mr. and Mrs. been traveling with the time
daughter, Pat an.8th Roy Townsend and the government paysa ,
ilfc pier a, Henry a 7th grader, plus a small school house bounty for killing them. change, so they lost a day. "We "III ,
Jane a fourth grader and The Townsends are also build. One. of the Townsend girl were served three breakfasts on I ;
,guy n Ellen a second grader; ,tog themselves a homes in Darwin told her parents that '"a buffalo the plane, and arrived in Sydney ,
iii the preschool member lt said Maddox. It somewhat looked In my window last in time for another". They I le, :;

t Ibis family, Bobby Town- resemble a small motel, and night", They thought she had took another plane to Darwin "
nfl i family consists of his Is intended as a place for the been dreaming until they found where the Asa Townsends met 't. :

nk ind daughters Jan and various members of the familyto the buffalo tracks around the them.
Urptet,, fourth and third stay when they are in Darwin house. The buffalo, wind donkeys Sid Maddox came directly) i 1 1I
business and camels are very destructive home from Australia and his
respectively.Be on or pleasure.The
nden brother made a side trip of four I !
of will
property, and
Is Mrs. Richard houses
daughter are modern and
be! Davis, whose husband comfortable; they are not pre walk right through a fence, days to New Zealand, Both
countries delightful New
were ;
red d tea small adopted daugh- tentious, and are built along design said Maddox. cool jli
Zealand little too
There is fine fishing and huntIng was a
the family circle. used in
complete Australia which
for a Florida wardrobe; it was ..

toi tu'i, who brothers has his are family Pete, with and They have proven are raised suited off to the the ground area., plentiful in ;'Australia there is ;a fish dove called are still a cool spring, apple trees : ; : I
were in bloom, and peach trees
which is
Ma !ben are his wife, Car- stilts which the barramundl very [ '
a'; and their children, Mary on keeps, a ,plan them cooler supposedly than sporty; it weighs up to 50 pounds not were the in good bloom.old But U.S.A.it still 1 was .t \ OSaal 1ril r rI

(tea, and Ralph. other bouses. ,and is excellent eating! There Bill Maddox summed his trip ,
.
'
which about half
tk school problem is solved The land Is much like Florida ors geese are ,
Mdtnf! Bubba, Butch, and and there are many trees in the the size of Canadian geese, but I .*
fey Frances to the Prince AtM they, too, are plentiful.The '
area, but they are not of a type 3 I
School! In Adelaide, 2,000 from which construction lumberIs Townsends find their new Lest forgetThe I
home quite a bit like Florida. you ; ,
ito the
my, They are past obtained. Maddox noted that -
luuur school classes which the lumber he saw had come They chose it very carefully; poll will be open for I I'' w8tt !
its vast acres contain a variety
lllIuahl by Miss Keith Stokes from the Malay States, althoughthe Tuesday's general election I
of types of soil and in establishing +
auied bjr her year-old slsLthj western part of Australia from 7 a m. to 7 p.so.Polllnr I' ,
., Marie Townsend ended their pastures they explain places la ClewUton j
.
D a Darwin school for that during the Wet season ant :. # .. \
II hi the cattle will be in one t I
grade but was so un- Lions meet Precinct 1, Burn Garage.
givento !
IIP1Ihe family brought herd portion of the pastures, and ( ,
b the Ranch. when the season ends, the cattle Precinct: Annie residence
lint will be moved back to another Hooker's Point. 'fob.., '
teacher
of the school
.*!Yea Bessie Burchard who Funival plans section. Precinct 7t City Hall.

her husband G. Forrey The Maddoxes found the entire Precinct II: Masonle Hall, /
fckj) Burchard, and children The Lions dub devoted! Its Townsend clan healthy and Harlem. \

et i year In Australia with meeting Thursday noon at the happy; they are working very Precinct I: Kelly Tractor l'r,
*wt of the family, but have Inn to the business of organizing hard and everyone puts in a bu dJnr. ...fo1 -
w Warned to LaBelle. work teams and committeesfor full day's work every day. They ,' : '
the Funival to be staged on have hired some of the native 1 : ,
.Mad- cowhands, They are 'I l'I
i Aus- Halloween for the ;youth of the whites as r
Jt "It limply has every- community. beyond the reach of television Local r'' i :
nird love to have, with one Greg Easer urged every Lion stations but as Maddox said, sugarmen
*, ttception", said Bill to turn out Sunday afternoon to when night comes and supper is r '
bolos J "It Isn't the U.S.A. I build the booths in the Fair over, all of them are ready for
Wllnkld ever be able to building. Bob Adams, general bed, they need a full night'ssleep attend field day

"fc&Ile ind Hendry county chairman, of the Funival assigned for the next day's chores.
4 d ar bones. But I can un"J each Lion to their duty The Townsends have many Representatives from the U.
hoe the land attracts for the evening of the Funival.He ties in Hendry county; there are S. Sugar Corporation and the I

,, +eaende, and I can tee also outlined the plans for many relatives and in-laws still Glades County Sugar Coop. and :

lit hey are doing a fabulous the event drawing on pastyear's here. Mrs. Ray Townsend was. other local men were among
Bt" Elsie White of Felda and Mra.Roy last
; experiences in giving the ISO cane growers present \
Frances
R Tiwasends lived In tenta youngsters entertainment of the Townsend was Thursday at a cane growers
iS. **A went to AustraJ type which appeals to them. River of Felda. Irene1 burband field day held by the Everglades -
J'lltlmclr land is reached by Woody Carruthers told of the "Boe" Is son of Mr.of and the Experimental station in .
Davis
about 100 miles south Funival poster contest which he Mrs. Merl G. Belle Glade.

e1emt from Darwin, a casts is conducting at the Youth Center Trading POlt.AustraUa Associate County Agent JohnH. ,
C "" the i school 1 i. using the pound presided over the discussion ,t
northern shorerrltory. for the elementary Causey '
ay Iortb.rn Interest and shilling system of money in which seven members
The children to create a
age
rakes but will go on the dollar ,and station f1r t
Territory Is part of in the Funival. of the experimental

----- staff explained what was being :Jii: \
done in this area to Improvethe
quality of cane and combat

G r plant disease.
The session had been delayeda
week because of hurricane Is-

beU and the field Inspection
trip was dropped from the prepared

schedule Relax-Find What You
Want r
Present from U. S. Sugar !
executive
were: John B. Boy,
vice president; Henry Vaughn\

Jr., assistant to the executivevice


technician agriculture,president vice president in;;the William William agricultural in C.chargeof Doty.Prewitt By reading and using Want Ads :: ..f


department and H. J. Andrei, '
loll technologist

-.r a.arasra The Glade by Frank Coop. YaWl was ,represented rice- Do you know of an easier way to shop or sell? When you make our Want Ads' ; '

president; Bill Bolton agricultural marketplace all do is place ad and .
director; Jim Beardsleyand your you your wait for the phone to ring (and ring. .

Bob Beardsley, directors. it will), or sit back and enjoy reacting the Want Ads, then phone for an appointment .!


dv. ANXIOUS HOURS to see the advertised items. Want Ada do the work -and quickly 1 :'

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Horasby
and many friends had some anxious ry !
hours following news report TELEPHONE YU 3-1201, TODAY! _

of the helicopter collision "
which killed nine Marines in
the Spanish maneuvers this '
w week. Their son Ricky Horns- THE

by the, Is Marines on helicopter and recently duty with left CLEWISTON ,NEWS '

.. the However, he
Llr II wen for the maneuver
mstry
t TOWNSEND; LEADS YOONQ ab.wa awns:. A &the a the TeVnee..dn. I a was not among. those Involved

..... ....Lti.. shag the read. at th* WANGI first balldlaC hat ap by In the crash.,

stera ht AastoaHa. This photo) their new leeau.

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Mr. Velma Flshbach wen Art classes CU.1ed the best
served party sandwiches BPVV club learns cal varletie1 let
Six THE CUEWISTON NEWS Qewiiton, Hsu ITA SWFSIART4A hostesses guest at the meeting. 1IwDl. and laId
>r and coffee. each of f !be
be formedFrank require
Thursday, October 29.1X4 Mr. Jack Scott and Mrs. about amendmentsJ. may

Charles Butchart were hostesses Birthday Thompson whose oil M rs. Fred Sikh P1'f.1 !
tt
Happy
for other card game at Mr*. R. Spratt, Representative- painting have attracted the attention Lanier nr, Ind 1.Ir. 1,.
ganization at I meeting held at Scott's home Thursday elect tor Hendry county: was Jr., of many local resident uged the y
tt T. Vaughn Twenty
Barbara Ward is
Bretprize the Business Oct. 29-Mri. member atteRon
Martinet at
school gymnasium on Mr C. A. won the guest speaker
the high Jr., Maud Invite anyone Interested In art guests
Woman'sdub F. W. Hodges were Mr .
Oct. 20. Mr Chuck Ralney see and Professional classes to contact Mm at 400 Calvin 0.
FFA sweetheart Miss Ward who It staying ond prize and Mr. James luncheon at the Glade Pit Blount, Carl Hansen Gen North Francisco phone 14404. tors aDd. Jr., MMM ,red Ma 1r

I it with her aunt and uncle Mr. Owen, third prize. The hostesses Room Tuesday. His topic was Hough. Boy and girl, adults are alike tosses Mr.. Lucy Sorenson.
Barbara Ward was named served pumpkin pie and cof- the 13 Constitutional Amendments Wilson Mr. 1fra. Ira Blair )
Penntngton. sung
and Mr. T E. Oct. 30-Catherine Invited to express their Interest Corvette IIrt.
'F.F.A. Sweetheart" of the fee. on. the General Election Jennie Touli, Bill Jernlgan, classes, which Mrs. Leon
Chapter of this or- "Tan Shoe_and Pink Shoe Laci -- in Thompson bry and Mrs W Be
gewlston ballot. Jone R. W
Dot Vettorl. Charlene states will be noncommercialHe assisted. Mr.
Church revival Mr. Spratt gave I brief explanation Oct. 31-O. H. Brown Naomi list oil, pastels charcoal IDa Pumpkin Siewert pie hi
of each of the pro- Stockman Penny Lowe, Barbara a* medium for possible class nuts to the guests, cOffee
There will be I revival at the posed amendment without endorsing Sparling. es. Anyone Interested may contact I. they arrived.Pink and Detnbe!
: Church, of God beginning Nov. him direct.
i or opposing each ex- ,
I Nov. 1-Mr*. Earl Dyes. Sr.
J 2 with services each night at that he wa
to explain
cept Raymond Yon. Mr. :M. D.
7:30: except Saturday The "soft" on those which are designed Bledsoe Harriet Edward, Gallo is speakerat ladiesThe
evangelist will be Rev. Gene to help the school systems
R. Young.
Rowell of Ocala. Pastor of the of the state Improve their Charlie hospital auxiliary
Hazel Keen, doyceSimmon Garden ClubTed ?
'TREES Nov. 2
Hendrj
ROREENS church I* B. :M. Lag facilities! to adequately providefor General Hospital
SHRUB *. Mr. S. P. Slonaker 1U monthly
E HIM Barbara Ward the tremendous growth In Ernest Batista. :M. C. Var- Cello Hendry county agricultural the hospital meeting dining f Oct. I
ST. PETEK-g' tPTHKEAN population. nadoe, .Otis Jones, Wm. agent, was speaker at Plan were rooD.
et" In winning the event CHURCH Mr*. Harriet Zauel presidedat Meake. the meeting of the Clewlstoft the Clearwater made 10 e

The runnewip was Joanne Belle Glade the business session and an- Nov. 3-Floyd Andrew, :Mrs.J. Garden Club Thursday afternoon 5 and I and I convention
Wood who did I fire baton act Rev. Richard Rosemaa, pester nounced that the next meeting B. Grant Myrtle Whiddon. at the home of Mr. W. A. eat was adopted Broilmaster
by November 10 will be a luncheon as a fus0
The winner was chosen on
9:30: a.m. Sunday School Nov.Mar.rete LaPolnte, Siewert. Mr. Gallo talked on IDa activity. Watch
OHESHOPHURSERY Vote of the chapter boys and asa 10:30: a.m. Divine WorshipS meeting and that District Bob Hare, Sr. lawn grasses, and displayed paper for items your' Wee.
result of her victory will goon : p.m. Wednesday Bible Director Rosa Nash of Belle Nov. S Mr. Wm. C. Owen several varieties of tod. He dls- Ladle." about the
to the sub-district contest Class Glade will be present Hilda Ellington! Eddie Lang-
to be held in March. Mrs. Emma Jane Helvey and dale, Gene Edwards, Maxine .


STOP Visit our St. Margaret'scard Clewiston Han. Specials for

Sadie Hawkinsjig AL'SHUNTERS' ,

landscapingCenter parties this week
!
.nd Mr. after game
Mr* Jack Davis 'Church
Richard Degltr entertained atone Directory There will be I Sadie Hawkins
of the monthly bridge par- dance at the high school gymnasium HUNTERS'
2-pc.
CamouflageSUITS
tie for St. Margaret' Altar Society following. football
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES! ST. MARGARETS CHURCH Camouflage
on Thursday night at the
Shell Williamsa tomorrow night The
game
home of Mr. Davis. Kingdom Hall-417 W. El Pap Father Robert A. Hostler dance will continue to 11:45.: CAPS-HATS

In R. Osborn 8:00: s.ra. It: 7:00 p.m.-Sunday The dress will be mountain $7.00 per set "
Two tablet of bridge were 79 to $1 69
Sunday Watchtower Study, .
.
of Mas style and the girl -M-.XL
recent graduate play. First prize was won by I:1J or country
Miss TIna Morrell and second : p.m.Tuesday 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Man have the option of Inviting the
Bible Study 1:00: p.m. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mau.SIRS' boy to the affair.
Mri. C. D. Hlne. The
price by
National Landscaping Institutewill Thursday Ministry School.TSO Sponsored by the Senior Class, Hodgman Wader . $6.95 up
pjn. ? CHRISTIAN CHURCH admission 1* 50 cent for stags
Service Meeting 1:30: pjn. Sweat Shirts with or without hoods
Ml N. Franclaoe Street and 75 cent for couples.Something .

custom plan a layout to M8SIONAM"BATTIST B. J. Goodrich. Minister Sleeping Bags . . $7.95up
your requirementsfor NOETBjBDB' CHUBCH 10:00: a.m.-Bible School addedto
11:00: a.m.-Communion and
privacy ,4'P/; 304 N. Francisco Street
Worship Service. AL'S ARMY STOREUSE
for Rev. Julian Pop! Lions' FunivalNew
service 7:30: p.m.O>nimuiiion and
':4S School.
In gratitude to God : .m.-&mday. Worship Service. ( OUR LAY AWAY PLAN)
for charm- : and Interesting
For His bounteous blessings 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship. game 713 E. .
Wednesday: Sufarland Hwy.
clewWeaI
Come. share with us 1:30: p.m.-BTC. have been added to the Halloween -
In this worshipful 7:30: p.m.Bible Study. Funival of the Lion Club
advice Estimate
Expert is free. given 7:30: p.m.-Evening WorshipWednesday
Thanksgiving
: this year.
7:30: p.m.-Prayer.: Service. COMMUNTTJ PENTECOSTAL The event, to be held Saturday -
'(lllill] ):lfI'Il.r1lt': : ]: I i HOLINESS CHURCH night at the> Fairground
Blooming ROSE BUSHES graftedon CHURCH GOD SeBtfe Clewfekm Exhibit nan will feature game YOUR FURNITURE look

Fortuiana root stock the best 9:45: A.M. 311 Seat Pacific AVCSMM Rev. J. R. Taylor. Pastor of skill door prizes, cake walk, can
-
Sunday School Rev. H. :M. Long 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School poster contest .nd refresh

/ for our area . . $3.00 ea. 11:00: A.M. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.nt Morning Worship. ments.The Lion All ticket Club 1 II are putting 10 cent on LIKENEWAGflll I I
Revival Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Service. 7:43: p.m.-8unday Evaafellstle
the event in cooperation with
7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Service.
"What Will You Do the Clewiston Recreation De-
Wednesday: Wednesday:
Citrus, Mango, Avocado With Jesus?" 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Sendee. 7:45: p.m.-Pr.yer Senrle. used partment.to further All proceed the club'will annual be WITH EXPERT

6:15: P.M.Training Friday Friday: contribution to the school
Trees $4.95 Union" 7:30 p.m.-YOUD' People' En 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. library. REUPHOLSTERYA
__ uu up deavor.COMMUNRT .
7:30: P.M.REVlVALSERVICF.. Food concessions are being
I' Blooming Annuals $1.20 doz. raESB'ITEJ11INCOT I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH enlarged, with a more expanded
I 102 E. Ventura Avenue menu so that parents can bring
"All or Nothing at All" Royal Palm Anemia Rev. Bob L. Christie children to the affair to eat before

Stop by and look over our new selection REVIVALINOV. I Henry H. Ford :Minister I 9.43: a.m.-Sunday School. the fun begin Sandwiches, n'
i 8:49: a.nu-Sunday School pop corn snow cone and drink '
of nursery plants. 1-8 11:00: a.nu r Morning Worship 11:00: a m.-Morning Service. will be available. :
I 6.43: p.lD.TralnJDI Union.
7:30 P.M. 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow The Lion invite the assistance .,
\ : 1:00: p.m.-Evening! Service: ,
lbip.I of people who might like
Wednesday:
I Wednesday to help out at the Funlval Those
FirstBAPTIST 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice. 7:00: p.m.-Officer Meeting.* and Teacher interested are asked to contact Choice of fabrics Cost.U_ low about
President Greg Baser or Recreation
) CHURCH' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8.00 p.m. -Service.Midweek Prayer. ruther Director Woody Car- hall what new comparable furniture cost .

VENTURA AT CENTRAL 331 W. OaeeoU Avenue 8:43: p.m.-Choir Practice.:
Bob L. Rev. David Denslow. Pastor.
Christie. Pastor 9:43: Lm.hurcb: School. CARD OF THANKS Johnny's Seat CoversFree

11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.
ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH Thank so much for the flower -
1 I 7:00: p.m_Melhodlst YouthJ'ellow.bip. (Epkeepal) *, cards and visits during my
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JW N. Pacific stay in Hendry General HospU Pick-up' and Delivery

Rev. dark H. Dorman Vicar tal Thanks also to Dr. Shupe
CHUKOT OF CHRIST Sunday Service: and Dr. McConville and all the Free Estimates YU 3-3271
301 South Central Avenue
hospital staff. God bless
A REVIVALNovember J. J.Sullivan Minister! 7:30: ..m.-Early Eucharist you. all of Cle wuton, Florida

Sunday: 10:30: I.m.-Family Service and Jennie Toulls

< I 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Church School. ... .
!
1, 11:00 a.m.-Worship. Saint and Holy Day a* announced -.-

rr l'r 7:00: p.m.-Worship. .'
Wednesday: Confessions by appointment r. .

r r' 1-8 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m.-MIdweek devotion ..... '.tL:....
; and Bible Study. t". '

t'l CHURCH1 Of JESUS CHUBT' CALVARY Sooth BAPTIST ClewMM" CHURCH Banquets e": ";, .

t APOSTOLIC! FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor ." .
'::1 t First Baptist Church Setrth dewMea 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School -"

; Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 11:00 aon.-Worship Service. Club Meetings / ;

10:00 a.nu-Sunday School T:00 p.nx-Baptist Training r ,

11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Union. ""*" t V '
I Tuesday 1:00 p.m.-Worship Serried. .

VENTURA at CENTRAL CLEWISTON, FLORIDA Friday 7:30 p.m.: : -Prayer Meeting. Tuesday 8:00 p-nu: Brotherhood. ,'. Birthday Parties ;;* i. ;:'*


7:30: p.m. Young People' Wednesday ..-i :

t. REV. BOB L CHRISTIEPASTOREVANGELIST Meeting. Thursday T:30 p.nv Bour of Prayer. Anniversaries :5 /-

8:00: p-nx-Choir Practice. .." . ;.; v ;, : .
HI-HATEN f PArTIST CHURCH o .. lt
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Highway* ; vv

l', Rev. VIA Tuner, Pastor CLEWISTON ALT OF' Tea Parties
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .
9:43 SchooL GOD :
: a.m.-Sunday .
i CUwbtoa, Florida 11:00: a.rn.-Morning Worship US Berth Fraawttee Street '
i ':4S p.m Training Union. James F. Klmbrel Pastor
And
that
I 1:00: pan.-Evening Worship. Sunday Special.vent .
Wednesday
10:00 a.m.-Sunday School:
1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.
11M: a.mMornlng Worship.

-' 11:00 7:30: p.m.a.nu Children's Xvangellstie Church.Service The. facilities of the Inn will help make the occasion more

CHCKCD: OF JK3TJS CHRIST Wednesday:

\ Paul Becker Strickland retnt Pastor 7:43: p-nu-CkrUf. Ambassador memorable by relieving the host of the burdens


10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Thursday: of preparation and
11:00: a.m.-:Morning Worship T:30 p.nv Prayer and Bible worry.
Wednesday Study.

'. .. 7:00: p.m.Prayer Meeting., Friday _
l Saturday: 4:00 p.m.-Royal Rangers tor Whether for a complete meal], a cake or how d'oeuvrei,
MR. AL FENNELLOUTSfANDING 7:00: P.BL Youth Meeting Boy.
the Inn helps
everyone enjoy the occasion .
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WANTED S more accordion Clew1sIioD, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pile T

students to fill a Saturday Thursday', October 20, 19M
schedule Holdridge! Music, YU If interested aSA

CLASSIF.I.D 2-4781. oFOUNDCar started in dewiston during the
1
of the beat
ADS one
11 new homes are month ending Friday October ." "
;
,
\ masonry residence 23. The homes are: rt '
: .l I S( N I : O'qN I I John Corbin (Fort Myers' Villas ';

HEAL ESTATE on nor&sld begun this monthIssuance builders) a CBS residence .. 'I
and
keys Identify 27x46 and 40x28 plus a 22x27 t. "
ciytED RATES: YOU NEW-two bedroom CBS con FOR SALE pay 80o for this ad at Newt pleas* Is located on tots 4-U ',
_
BY garage
TO OWNER '
2 I'
.,.u per word per cbare lI1IertlOD.; tour by struction.: 18,500.NORTHSIDEa oedroom. fame bedroom home on northslde. ... office.'UNNOUNCEMEKISI. contactJ. construction- of a building of classroomtat permitfor and T, block 138. Poinciana$23,000. dl I'
in1Jdmum Payments $61 Avenue. Cost estimate .
month includes
cl three per Elementary
!II'J the price Furnished. Immaculate. the Clewlston Martinez (R. E. Bur-
._ lot interest. Insurance and REGISTERED: CITRUS TREES!: MISC, M. Lankford School at 125.000 pushed the Jack I',
2 NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, taxes. Will chard builder'), a CBS residence
yUlo.3U accept late model FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. building figure in Clewlston past '
PBONE 19.000.ACREAGE. 45x24, 24x2(1( and garage rlr I
car for equity. Phone YU 86751. M. TomUiMon Ooa, Fla. phone BLUM & SONS I-LASTERINO. $173,000 mark for a thirtyday -
chose names se.IN' as available. Node the 12x24, on lots 14. 15 and 16, :. : !
RE 5-2780. tic Very Best Work of the '"
e1uIIfte4 ads I ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 period. It was one block 193, West Circle Drive. I
h II
tile FOR We Saw You Money busiest construction periods In .
.. SALE-2-bedroom
awl pa'" bath frame home. Hardwood cement SELLING OUT Appaloosa Cost estimate $18,000.
$17 rick "en.tel l nee,",. floors.S23 block home. 609 Trinidad. Inquire horses and ponle. K. R. Wkkborst. Flattering. Simulated Stan Sewing Machine recent years. Dr. E. B McConville (Coastal to ,
.. IsIe)! at Ehrlich Mobile! Home Stucco-Free Estimate Eleven homes totalling 1147- Homes, builders), CBS 'I u :
of tile New. FHA HOMES In Broward, Phone YU :2-7605 or seeon Repairs been Imperial .
...pIl IeDIe p..e. ....,befer Palm Beach and Dade counties Court. Wc SR (32 Qewiston. tic Licensed and Insured 000 In estimated cost have residence 43V&X31U!, 22% x29. I I.
...ne.lrf.before W'.D various sizes! and prices.Small 21 Years la Business SINGERSales on lots 6 and T block 24, West ,
FOR SALE-From the Estate Of 3850 Lora Street estimated cost.'I
Royal Palm,
::
",. cash payment IlEAL ESiAtt rolt1)ENT Glenn E. (Fat) Etherton. One Fort Myers, Fla. tic SOUTH SIDE $28000.Luis. I N
FOR BENT-EflIclenclee: and 1C boat and trailer. 1958 60 ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2871 Service NEW FRAME HOME deArmas (Fort Myers !

houses as available.: HP. Evlnrude motor. 1959 1$ Parts RentalsBrand 3 bedrooms Villas, builders). CBS residence _. I
.
FOR RENT-two ANNOUNCING increasing -
Over bedroom that due to
lots
1,000 vacant to select unfurnished ,
HP One
Evlnrude motor. (75.
elji baths 54x45, on lots 7 and part of 8, i
house, music student touch and sew
from for all purposes. Various\ 218 W. ArCade enrollment new I
0 block 13, Del Rio, cost estimated
fireplacecarport
prices. Tans.INYLSTMENT. Call YU 2-3341 or YU 2- we are fortunate to machines on display at ;
2801. have CARITHERS RADIO & TV 0 at $19,000.
AND INCOME Uc Mr. Lester Nusbacher: to
24211. tic
-. GREATER THANfor PROPERTY. assist in accordion Instruction Glades Mercbantlle: Co. Auth- 0 large front porch Albert MorreU (Fort MyersVillas I
\ bouset. acreage FOR RENT two bedroom FOR SALE Chihuahua pup. at Holdridge Music, North Francisco orized Singer agent In store 0 utility building builders) a CBS residence 'Ai
JVR $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent trailer! 1 58x30 lots EV4 of 8, I
customerttad. bedroom trailer, 1 Saturday. Please call on -ill
We have pies. ( weeks old. Emanuel YU 24781. Itc every 321) .
((16'x
.-tllt'' with CBS construction $25.000. bedroom apartment furnished. Adamt. YU 2-3245. Oct29p YU 2-6441 or come In 108 9, block 15, Del Rio, estimatedcost '
.LIst Beards el.P YU LONG TERM, low Interest, Phone YU 2-4064 tIe CUSTOM SEWING In my home. Bond Street tic flood lights $17,000. )! '
e'e'j. Eo ticSAS farm, cane, grove and ranch FOR FOR SALE or trade-1V4! ton Formals, Jackets, dresses, shrubbery.fru1ttrees Coastal Imperial Homes firmIs "
mortgages, minimum! $50,000. RENT-one and two bed- watermelon truck. Phone YU skirts! slip covers, draperies. constructing six CBS rest t'1
bedroom bouae.IL LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. room trailers, also large 33044. See Clyde Hatfleld. Professional work. Florlne Carne 0 good construction dances, each estimated to cost "f j I
roB Crawford. yU N03LUc M. LANKFORD shady spaces. City sewerage. NovSc Phone J-3981 evenings. lots liS'x 150' $7,000 In blocks 430, facing At I
.. Eeg. Real Estate Broker No pets. Clewlston Trailer Park. Oct29o House For Sale lots verdet and Obispo Avenues. The I
additional
YU 22661. tic AIL: MAKES 11" USED TV homes are 37x25 feet each, with ::
5f.FOOT LOTS ON LUtE 530 East Sugarland Highway FOR SET Guaranteed. $19.95 SUP COVERS and drapet. Cut 5 BEDROOMS .. 2 :BATHS available 10x20 garage.Several .
110 for sale. $3,750 each. Fire, Auto and General RENT-after, Nov. 1, J-bed- down, $14.U4 per month. LAKE tom made. Complete line of Shown byappolntmnt building permits for
1/1/ down. Phone Late Insurance E.room %unfurnished home. 518 APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151. tfe drapery and slip cover fabric North of Highway only. remodeling or additions to existing
fIrIIII OewUtoa. Fla. Ph. YU 2-21(1: Esperanza, Call YU 3-3901. Free estimates. Call YU J-5831,
LANKFORD homes Issued during
5-4635. M. were
HO Perfect for :Bl< Family J.
}\nod lie FOR SALE-Set of CoUltr En- Van Cothern's Custom Furniture j the month. "I':

FOR RENT-Modern 1 bedroom cyclopaedia with c.... Like and Upholstery tie $10,500 ''t
stall New. Call YU 2-6991.
apartment. 345 Alverdez. Corner
I E. Alverdez and San Ben- Oct29p 1 Dade-Monroe OBITUARIESMargaret :

Business Directory Ito. Oct29p FOR SALE-meat display cue -) 309 W. Bugcnlond Hwy. : '

FOR RENT One bedreem scale 14 row drink box and YU 3-2941 fORSALE E. Dobbins I
other Items. Notungbama.Phone .
house Phone YU 2-(88L tic r
Funeral services were held ,
2-1252. tic
WILL TRADE tote .
GOULD BROS. ec acreage
CARS FOR RENT-One bedroom mobile for good Lake lot to build a Monday for Mri. MargaretEitelle "
JOHNSON FOR SALE (2.00
> Parakeets In
home Call YU Dobbins, M. who died san I
lilts t KM* $3*. IMtIa PAINT STORE 21238.tfe up Mynah birds, African lovebirds cabin on In Lake Placid. Bill Arcadia hospital on Satur
Blum, 3850 Lora St.. Ft Myers.Fla. :
tat t transportation for your monkeys, cages supplies.Pet MOTELSmall day. Among her survivors are
.
money Ueeased Ceatrsetors Insured M. D. BLEDSOE boarding Thompson Wild' tic Mrs. R. H. Crawford and two .",
ftli tide of Miami FREE ESTIMATES Animal Farm Phone YUkon *. motel and house, V/2 Acres ,grandchildren. Joy and Billy ;})
TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or 1238. tie all completely furnished Crawford of Lewiston.Graveside .
lily E. Sncariand Hwy. trailer space for rent FairGrounds Display showing good operating services were conducted :
Tear' rhllce Dealer Trailer Park. Phone FOR SALE-1 emer, nci power 5 Acres at the Fort Myers Cemetery -.i1
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CARITHERSSjfA Phone TO 1-1111 33044. tfe plant. 5 KW On. mahogany income. by Rev. Victor Turner of l I

( dining table seats ten. Perfect for family looking 25 Acres the Hi-Haven Baptist church. "
TV NEW APARTMENTS-One and new. 1 exit sign new. One ClassifiedsSEE for small Investment to Mrs. Dobbins war a native of \;
SERVICE SEE US FORBOTTLED two bedroom, Alrcradltloned.! small electric motor. Call YU I
lAW give acld1Uonallncome. Aurora Canada but had beena .,t
Call YU 26675. tic Muck Land
approved credit cards GAS 2-1951. Ito resident of Fort Myers' for 53 .. I,

welcome her. FOR KENT-Trailers! aud Trail. C. 0. BENBOW Priced $30,000with ;yean. She had owned and

fcten Bid*. 108 Bond St. AppliancesSalesService er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer THE NEW 640 Acres crated a dairy there. I
1 Phone YU 2-(441, Pair Phone YU 2-2603. tic FOR SALE-1954 30-tt Chris- as little a* Mrs. Dobbins also leaves
craft twin 145 engine, 70 watt MANATEEMobile 1 son. Charles H. Dobbins of op"j"j
POWER GASCORPORATION FOR RENT-water front trailer radio phone 3850. See George' $5,000 down 1280 Acres Myers.
Bob Overboil'. spaces and two efficiency! Landers TV & Radio Service Pattlson Funeral Home f

TRAILER SALES apartments with docking privileges. Center YU 21221. Oct29e Homeat Will Take Home or Land 3500 Acres died arrangements. {
Phone YU 3-1801. Jolly As Down PaymentSee f fWIIAT'8
HEW and USED Roger Marina. Novl2e FOR SALE-Used building ma
terials. local brokeror A WILD HOOT :
515 Central Avenue Lumber plywood your
3.1631WALDRON'S YU 3-3101 FOR RENT-1 and 3 room furnished cabinet, windows, bathroom all contact Wild hogs are defined at hogs i
Phone YU Dade
Monroe
apartment; Phone 2- type fixtures. Wholesale prices. EHRLICH'SMobile that areactually living In the

HENDRT COUNTY 1271. tic BIG CHIEF INC. (600 State Home Chuck Bundschu wild! and cannot be legally '
Road (4, Fort Lauderdale. Call claimed at domestic hogs In ".
LEE COUNTY Realty
Title & Abstract Co, FOR RENT-3 bedroom house, 5870560. Oct29c Court private ownership. Wild hogs.are .
T10 Abetraete-Title Janr.... 2 baths, completely furnished. MORTGAGES 109 W. Bagarland Highway not considered game animals ':tt, r
BATS AND GROCERIES Public Stenographerfhotoeopylag < Northslde $125 a month. Phone FOR SALE 1 piece sectionalsofa. 2 Bedroom $3395.00 Ft My.... "----ri1koi l-ltu-- until they have been so ,"

Open 7 t.m. to r ".hnk Bridge St. and-Park Duplicating Aft.LaBeU. YU 22571. Nov5c Call 2-5771. Itp $400X0 DOWN OXford 4-2114 :Box 1408 Fresh designated Water by Fish' the Commission Game and )':.'

3 to IS pm.. .. Ha. P. O. BeE MlOEanire FOR RENT-Small house. Furnished \ I,
i-mi or unfurnished $35 n4 .
miscellaneous lI :WantedWANTED
Six Days a Week per month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 ',:..:; .
I cum EVERY TUESDAY) E. Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson. left ( \
full The nwbft leading acoustical experts made the ..
EVINRUDESales tin or parttimework. ._ > : :
fir Tour Spur of Moment General ledger book- / the results 20 mph4N. ; \
Picnics!: FOR RENT-furnished 1 bed- keeper, fifteen years expert !.'lot U. S. Auto M certified : at mph::: al40mphat60: ; .

| to IKei East of dewistm and ServiceNew room apartment In Moore Haven ence. Will also accept payrollsand \, .1, .'1f'" ""' .
Bate Beach Inquire at Davls's Grocery. accounts to be done In my '
aad Used MeiersMariae Oct29p home. Call YU 27261. -

Hardware NovSfl The 1965 Ford rides quieter ,
Attention Cattlemen Farts and Accessariesllartae FOR RENT Apartment fornlshed -
tingle person Jack I.. WANT TO BUY-well bunt 2 or
M"* B. due te eewetldaka Bate* Kqalpaaeatrheae Scott 220 E. Arcade. tie 3-bedroom home on Northslde.
I M Mtt. why a .leaf ten .'TCkea Mill Prefer close to elementary
I ha .baa, few latereat rate, FOR RENT room house fur
school Call YU 3-2202. lip !
wtti R. E. WALDRON nished. Call YU J-1236. tfo than Ro11sRoyce1n. ':

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let Sr WriteW For prompt. Efficient Room t :" ,,;'" ,
Borne delivery MOBILE HOMES l FC i SALE Prior to (the l Introduction! of the to be slightly quieter at aHspeeds. ',I
.. MAY $24.00 Per Weekwith .
OF' THE: MIAMI HERALD 1965 Fords, the country'.le..s. SOUND LEVEL (Afl nadlnp b dedbsii) !
III II Walf.1d Bafldhye. ( private room. 29.00) ) fog automotive writers drove The official test report reads I I w

..... l1or14a Call Bobby Gidd'nsTuxim FOR SALE-45-ft house trailer, the new models at Dearborn. in part "At all movin speeds, i : : .
2-bedroom: with 2 rooms add- Family style meals Most of these experts remarked on both courses, the Fords were fORD I ,.r,
ed on. Two SOrllS!! lots fenced. Maid service: about the extraordinary quietqweter than the Rolls-Roycea.-: MPN FORD ROllS-ROVCE QUIETER I' I ; .t

Iii likmg Electric $3500. See George Landers.YU TV 2- I Meals without room ness and smoothness of the Ford The Difference The sound m 67.4 72.3 4.9 .. ,'f, ;'", ,
& Radio Service Center
ride. An automotive writer, in '
IIIr. labs. AD Appllaeee Tampa Tribune 1221. Oct29c :Breakfast ....,,..... 7Sc Mtchanlx lUustroitd, said, "If level small! -difference but it :is to there.be sure.At 60 Is se 75.9 81.4) 5.5 I ..... : .1
lleetrleal Lunch dinner! '1.25 f,,,,, .
Coatreenag or theN is a quieter car made la ,
60 .11'1
-all HAROLD ESTEP miles an hour, Ford wu actu 82.6 85.4 2.8 :
Is Ilmlms. Phone 81321HATH000K'S BARGAIN-repalr- Room without mealsu thlscountr.lhaven'tdriveoIL"aUy 2.8 decibels: quieter than mph
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Ft. Myers TRADE ed storm damaged mobile Private ?- 15.00 Qalet Mean Quality Since: Rolls-Royce. At 40, Ford war .;re.

News Press hornet for sale Fairgrounds Share ._ 10.00 .quiet b a traditional measure 54 decibels quieter. At 20, TEST CONDITIONS Dry, count aonsoltlag flraa. .,0.;.
Trailer Park YU of car quality Ford engineers Ford wu 4.9 decibels quieter. j..mil.s.ale11 g smooth em* TEST CERTIFIED by the .'.l
MU3 a BERVICB14V1ANT" Bane DeliveryW. M044.Novlle LAUREL OAKS designed the '63 Ford for maxi However small these advaneap divided. I Ushwari; User. Uahed States Auto Club V
BERVICB Ave. mum quietness. Te l Illustrate tags over Rolls-Royce may be, quartering I w IcL All cm operited CARS TESTED Two brand- ; ,
STATION O. CAMPBELL FOR SALE OR RENT-lO'xtt 315 South Pacific .. they are significant! evidence of at steady 20. 40 and are Rolh-Royce Silver Cloud )',
01.1 ALL NIGHT Phone 3-2791 two bedroom house trailer. Ph. YU 2-9441 '- ClewlstonI y,1Jl quality-Important to anyone eO npa with all windows in sea V-l with! auloautle :

Ian, CI_ Call YU 32761. tfo : buying a car in Ford's class and weep eloitd. TEST traauaiiifcHi.. list price .',
EQUIPMENT "
"" < : Take A Test Delve .A key- prKblmi octave: bend wts New York 116.635 each.Three ;
"---- ..... ........ 1MJ Fords, each with
and a warm welcome.-awalt 17z t, ncordlai throush dfcnet j
....- 4E ebMmtioa and throushNstn 259-orbla-tael Veiflne .
Ford
i :r. ,. .. you at your Dealer's. The I ATTENTION h- : key, incidentally,fits In the lock: pracUoa tape racordw. and CrulM-O-Malfe Oaluile tnmousaloai ?-l;
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give every ,,- -- of the hundreds of
DUCTED oa September 24, Oalsxle '
Fjrpers Cane Growers and Ranchers
advances Y9U'll8nd in any Ford 1964. t>r Boll Senses and XL and
LOOK TO h)9iZten) $ 2nd FREE New ROD -Royce Silver Coiid 111 you road-test. Come in and see .......Inc, of Cambrldse, anti 500 003JIj
THE ND gallon
FUTURE daring Moss. of Wits. .for yourself. MM... tae world's larsesl Door ,

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING this quality achievement. Ford _D.ea.tr-N W-.M.wrllw.rM.b.I...___.__ .... t

chose to make a documented I

,v_",Gd Farlll ....tage- at test against the world's finest -- t
UND BANK luxury Rolls-Royce.! : \ I
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S lellD'Del Inc; world's leading .acoustic: 'i I "
S debla. Fuller'sCountry consultants to government and I
Fhaace farm ImpreveBeaU, aew ,.nella,.. part Al I ;
Gate industry, conducted the tests :
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to 4IA" Hde eapltal ...... ler .Oe farm enterprise. @ -
factory specifications.:
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I. FAEE ADVANTAGES: The Rea1l1t...The Fords proved t'
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J" J.ble service' .(eerrbg agrleaKare ,eietasttelyIK line of paints and supplies. ..
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I tae Prepayment sinks by leeal Privflegee peeple. wttheat"peaattr.famfflar with. leeal. not Over 1500 colors to ,choose from. Test drive Total PerformaEcaV\! >5..best, .... year yet to go ; ,

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Halloween for children It for children and The Clewiston News SECTIONS TWO .

the law enforcement officer 12 I"

hope they have a merry; merry
time of It
Open 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. But they; warn Saturday the youngsters evening. PAGES :':1

to be careful of traffic and "Dedicated 'to the advancement of Ilendry County and America's Sweetest Tow,," 1\\
Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston they urge parents to watch their

little become one excited carefully and dart lest the to: VOLUME 37 NUMBER 44 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, 1984 Return Pottage Guaranteed, Sec. 34S.3, P.M. Subscription $4.00 year ; 11 11I

Iou call buy. or d Quarterback cow Elect a a ottb allettnn: .ant sandjrs the street or In front of can.

i-m 97c SPECIAL homemade They also warn older "chll.drm"
DELICIOUS plea
wh11e you're meeting your fri.ndIat that Halloween Is a time I rules for 'GladesHunters 4) I

I III the and GLADES puddings RESTAURANT for and fun that, but destruction not for of vandalism property/, Hunting

on Halloween is no different '
from at other times In the Everglades Region Specific regulations applyingto tree running hounds prohibited; II'
are urged to take note of hunting areas In the Everglades camping permitted. !{
regulations pertaining to special Regions are as follows ,'t
Everglades Hunting season, :
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hunts and Wildlife ManagementAreas Devil's Garden: (Only Ked
Nov. 14 to Jan. 3 fishing
as established by the Section will be open) Hunting ; 'i'
Florida Game and Fresh Water and fishing season Nov. 14 to throughout year; frogglng from :at
Jan. 16 to Sept 30. only. HuntIng -
USED CAR SPECIALS Fish Commission for the 196445 Jan. 3 (Saturdays and Sundays \
from levee bordering Hillsborough -
season. only ); rifles, deer hounds or
Canal L-39)( ) prohibited.
Hunting areas affected by Okeechobee: Hunting and flab- 'I
r r these regulations Include: Aero- Ten Commandmentsfor lag season, Nov. 14 to Jan. 3,
OLDSMOBILE standard shift jet J. W Corbett Devil's Garden (Saturdays, Sundays and follow' w;'
'61 F85 . $1095 Okeechobee and Ever-
huntingTo lag days open: Nov. 27 to Dee. "

'60 V8 DODGE 4-dr. Hardtop ,. . . 795 g 1 ad.. t Wildlife ManagementAreas. 1, Dec. 21 to Jan. 1)1); rifles pro ,
hibited restricted
hunters for the ; camping permitted
Radio. Heats Automatic Transmission The following regulations will hunting prepare season ahead Ray IVHUs slow dogs or leashed ;
apply, according to A. D. Aldrich -
dogs permitted Spring Gobbler I I
safety specialist with the ;
'58 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. Sedan . . 695 director of the> Came and Florida Agricultural Extension season will be Mar. 13 to Mar. {\1.
Fresh Water Fish Commission: 28, half-hour before .
Service, passes on his ten commandments from one :
'57 V8 CHEVROLET . . . . 495 may 1)) be Dogs taken- where Into management allowed of hunting sunrise to noon. ..."w.

areas 24 hours before openingand Pettls hunters should Maps of the four Everglades:
'57 BUICK 2-dr. Hardtop . . i 395 must be removed within 24 says that a rifle or shotgunis remember Region Dove fields and other I
hours after closing (this appliesto essentially an Instrument of additional Information may be I
'56 BUICK 2-dr. Sedan to .., . to to'. . 295 firearms, tool)J 2)) an boats death. More people are accidentally obtained from the commission's )It I
(Including alrboats) used in killed by firearms in and Regional office In West Palm .,I' '
'56 FORD V8 2-dr. Hardtop .. . :.. . 250 Body Barton, left, receive the emblem el hb new ute Scoot Conservation Areas Two and around the home than on hunting Beach. 1
rank from ate father and Scoutmaster! LoU Barton, sa ceremony Three while, taking or attemptIng trips.

'54 CHEVROLET Wagon to . . to . 225 at the Scout Home Friday evening. Life b the eeeond to take wildlife or fish, Pettis' suggested rules for'
highest rank In Scouting. -STAFF PHOTO must fly a flag 10 Inches wide )
and 12 Inches long at least 10 hunters: Glades Coop to I 1
'52 NASH RAMBLER Wagon' . . 150 feet high; 3)) land or water vehicles 1. Treat every gun as though :,

'56 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. Sedan . . . 295 Father makes son a "Life Scout"A have a traveling vlsable light at at night least must six it field were satisfy loaded.;yourself Out in that the It Harvest Monday I t

feet high; 4)) no game shall be ll not '

'57 MERCURY 4-dr. ,. . . . .., 295 scout muter father eon Scouts receiving merit badgeswere taken from any motor driven 2. Unload your gun when you Weather permitting, the burn ,
ferred the first "Life Scout" : Rodney! Pennlngton David land water, or air conveyance leave It unattended, or before log of cane will begin In the '. I
'60 DODGE TRUCK 2-ton . to . . 995 honor ;yet bestowed by Troop \ and Jimmy McCarthy Kenny unless it ll anchored beached you put it away. fields of the Glades County Sugar ., I
600 on his own son at a Court Strickland Jimmy Caritheri or affixed to a stationary blind 3. Store your,gun under lock CooP. on Sunday, to be foU 4

'55 CHEVROLET TRUCK, 2-ton . . 495 of the Honor ScoutHouae.held last. Thursday at ,and Rudy Barton. and from; 5)) no game shall having be taken and key. lowed by cutting on Monday and ,
any conveyance a 4. Unload all guns before getting grinding on Tuesday. :
The title of "Life Scout" was The new tenderfoot are: Brian tower i,
or structure more than Into Nearly 800 workers will be
a car or coming engaged
'51 CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK . . 175KELLY'S awarded Rudy Barton by his Beardsley Bobby Kelley, Brent eight feet higher than Its low Into your home camp. in the harvest, 700 of ".,''a'.
father Loyas R. Barton in ceremonies Wood. Davis Miller Gary Roth est surface and capable of supporting 5. Carry the gun In such away them cutting and the ethers op '.I
that also taw six merit and Allan Hammock. a person., that you can controlthe crating loaders, trucks, tractors I
USED CARSSOUTH badges presented and six tenderfoot muzzle at all times and other equipment needed to ':" I
scouts inducted Into the 6. Check your gun to see that get the cane from the fields to
troop which now Is In its fourth the barrel Is clear and the mill. '
CLEWISTON year The "Life Scout" award Announcing check the ammunition to If the weather cooperates, I
is the highest thus far given 111the see that it Is the correct some 4,000 tons a day will be I;r, !
troop the "Eagle" award for your convenience. OUR NEW size. harvested, Luis deArmas, general I
being the only one higher. 7. Unload your gun before manager of the coop., said. i
ALL CREDIT CARD PLAN! crossing a stream! or a The season harvest Is expected ,
fence, or when climbing Into to total 540,000 tons, an Increase .; .
All-time local Now you are welcome to charge: your purchases by a hunting stand or blind. of more than 60,000 tons over 't' { I
presentinq any one of more than 90 different> approved 8. Be sure of your target before last season. ; I
credit cards, including those Issued by major oil com- shooting. Don't point I
team selected panies, airlines, banks, department stores, etc. This your gun at anything you
( ( Look for the Clewlston high convenience has been made available through our wouldn't intend to kill. Baldrees go deep a I
eSTIRTSHERE >. Don't shoot at flat hard
school all-time, all-star football affiliation with CREDIT CARD ACCEPTANCE CORP. lur-

team in the -next Issue 'of tbiIbftfspperw '... visit iu soon won't you and please feel free to"chaw will faces rlchet because (she bullet Mr.736 So.and Pacific Mrs. ,A.went P. 750 Baldreeof feet '

A man who has watched Clew your purchase--with- any"major credit 0, .card.We're ,10. Wear clothing that makes underground recently. I I'I'Therwere
labs teams play since the days looking forward to serving youl! 'you easily seta by other In, guided tour ', f
when lack of personnel dictatedthe hunters: Red caps and viewing the* huge network of
Get for the six-man team has, after CARITHERS RADIO & TV bright hunting jackets may; chamber and corridors at the .:;.. .
JEEP
ready season
your eWe considerable: persuasion agreed help lave your life. Carlsbad Caverns National Park, ;
to stick his neck out and select Sale With Service Use your bead and make In New Mexico The limestone \' Jr, '
have what he considers to be the 103 Bond Street Clewiaton Florida hunting a late sport, Pettli formations there have been mil' .: !
of the since 11-maa says. lions of yean in the making. y r '
cream crop ,
f1 JEEP Biggest stock football was Introduced here. I
parts This Walter Camp of the local .' :Ji I I
ll aware of the fralllty '. : I
carried. scene
we have ever of human memory and of the Ihise-epe) : I
tricks the Intervening years can : >
mechanics when try to measure
SERVICE staff. enough play you _
the attributes of men who play. .
service. ed years apart He Is aware, Ti4iSisUse -/. J ;;" :" ,"" 1- i. :
to give you instant too, of the deep personal loyalties
that fans have for their

Let us inspect particular However, this courageous,stars.after a fellow first refusal sue '65 tJorv air 1 : :

and condition cumbed to the enticement of
electing past heroes to the dew .
labs pantheon k .1 I
hunting Anabsolute "first" backfield I
your will be named but our selector I
has chosen to group outstanding _
LJ)7) car. players in the line positions because I

he explains, when you s i I
compare a couple of topnotch
linemen playing in different
WaJdron era*. It I 1. pretty hard to remember -
Motors which one had the edge .
on the other. The running pass-
Fla. lag kicking and defense workof H H4c
Sugarland Hwy. Clevwton, the backs is much easier to
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controlled trucks will ;-or any other ear-11ke it. and curved side window. follow the enthual'I.Juatt f "' .

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Ten, ""THK'CLEWTSTON: iiEWS dewUten,Florins service geared to the needs of lively in Association affair I 1IIatt- '_'' '
Thursday October 29, 1064 Florida formers growers and r -i Arrangements were made to _'
ranchers. The rapidly changing secure drug and appliance for :,
credit need of farmers and the member at substantial discount

Mr. Click, prominent cane many complexities involved in ___ through NTRA-AARP drug
Grower credit grower in Hendry County, and financing farm businesses makeit (tore*. ITHRIFTYDRUG
Imperative that lender serving
W. D. Woodson Manager of the ,
cf developments u the need for dependable -
branch office In Clewiston, recently farmer keep abreast 1 Recognizing
In agriculture." sick and accident Insurance -
fI" is $82,000,000More returned from a meetingof
PCA Executive Committeemen Mr. Woodson stated that theCl.wlston for older folks at a cost
held at Orlando, reportedthat Branch Office at the 'Trv within their means, arrangements
than 3.700 Florida (arm- with national
I the loan volume of these present time serves the credit were made a
en, growers and ranchers were farmer owned and operated needs of farmers, grower and Insurance company to
being liven more than $82 million credit cooperatives has Increased ranchers of Hendry County with I provide policy protection for in- Week-end Menu For
I in abort and Intermediate by nearly till million more than $3 million. Other hospital and out-hospital patient -
term credit on August 31, 1964, during the past year in meetingthe counties served are Glades *, doctor's fees, nursing aDd Shopper's Special
by the ten production credit association increased credit need of Charlotte and Lee counties with nursing home cost .
in Florida, accordingto Florida agriculture more than $4 million. Many member expressed an Boiled corned beef
i Mr. David G. ClIck Director According to Mr. Click, "The Dr. E. T. York, Jr., Provost Interest in travel but complained & cabbage
,I of the Bradenton Production purpose of the meeting was to for Agriculture, University of that most available tourr
'{ Credit Association. assist FCAs in keeping credit Florida, was, guest speaker at moved too fast for them and parsley boiled potatoes
; the meeting and spoke on "Cur- provided little or no conrlders-
4 I i rent Development Affecting terrr. lion for the aged. Italian bread or hot roll5&OT2for98
e Florida Agriculture" The association promptly setup
a travel bureau and employed -
ii a tour director. When you go
Highlands agent shopping for travel rates with a
group of over half a million be-
:, Barryor hind you it isn't hard to get just
I. speaks to Rotary about anything price! you want atrockbottom R Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream 29c

along In Uk. our coffee and tea? Your
: Bert Harris, county agent of If you are getting second
Highlands county, was guest year and are concerned with cup Is always FREE So Is your
speaker at the Rotary Club the future it will be well worth 3rd. 4th. etc. .
meeting. Be discussed the Importance Mrs. Mike MUleevio preeenia a check from: Bela PI chapter your while to investigate AARP.
L.B.J.? of agriculture and of Beta Sigma Phi sorority to Mrs. Harry Schick lunchroom Write to Dr. Ethel Percy An- : ,. : '
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gave county a look glimpse to of an how outsider Hendry manager at the school. The check k. to be wed to purchase Bldg. Washington I I 1I ... .... 1t- :"'t.i_ : :... ..,'n-J
milk for Hi* free school lunches. Happy recipient ef "sam D.C. 2003S.
The United State has a rec-
pler" Michael and Kebert MUlcerle. pre-echoolerm.:
ord nigh living standard, due to were
agriculture, he said. Here residents -STAFF PHOTO

The choice Is one of the weightier decisions of our times spent 19% of their Incomefor
food In Italy it 1* 45%, In
Another Important decision concerns protection of your Japan 42; % and In India 62%. Apply for Navy 'Too late to classify Barry
property by adequate insurance. Let us help youl Agricultural product sold In Br RUSSELL KAY
Florida have a value of $3 billion red-
It all started when a
Beardsley-Nash Insurance yearly, said the agent. He by Nov. 20 haired school teacher, Mrs
corps
Agency quoted figure which show that Ethel Percy Andrus, after a

Telephone. YD S-7M1 Hendry county has a 'total Income High school senior and graduates lifetime of dedicated service Goldwater
and the
E. Sugarland Highway Clewiston of $28 million income, in the have until Nov. 20 to apply found herself retired on a pith
highest per capita .
for the Navy' Reserve Officer fully small pension.She
state, $2.945. 56% of Hendry
decided that retired
Training Corp Applicant
county income come from agriculture needed national organization will attend the
will take the nationwide competitive teachers a not
from ,
and 13.' manufacturing to protect their Interests 'J t ,
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exam on Dec. a* a :
he added. He spokeof
wel-
and advancetheir
the cane!, vegetable and citrus step in seeking appointment as fare. Through her effort the '7 of
i I but said beef cattle 1* the midshipmen. National Retired Teacher Association opening
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in Designed to supplement the
'' : I agricultural field to watch In
came, into being
YOUR South Florida. He believe there officer output of the Naval 1947. I
will be a great demand for feeder Academy, the program make Through the NRTA she led
stock and that South Florida It possible for a young man to
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the fight for larger pensions
CHAMBER OF COMMERCEcannot will be the area to fill that need. earn a regular commission better living conditions, low Red Shutter
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Ted Gallo Introduced the while studying at one of the cost health and accident insure
and Dr. L. O. Vaughan civilian college with an NROTC
speaker ance, cheaper drugs, and low
presided at the meeting. Dave unit. cost travel opportunities.Her .
operate without YOU! Stockman, revealed a* the AD tuition, fee and book are effort were so successfulthat "for men"opening
friendly handshaker, announcedthe furnished by the Navy and the thousands of oldster who \
free lunch went to Bill student receive a retainer of could not qualify for membership
j Send your $25 check for '64-65 Henry. ISO a month for not more than as retired school-teacher Thurs. October 29th
Guests at the meeting were four year During summers he wanted to join ,
and Herb Chapman make cruises to various parts
George Young A
a result the plan wa ex
membership dues today! Belle Glade, Wm. O'Neal of the world. tended by the organization of
a newcomer to Clewiston and High school seniors and graduate the American Association of Retired will LBJ
Bob Austin, assistant recreation, who, will be at least 17 Persons which opened the neither
director. but not 21 years of age on June cbor fc> anyone over 65 year ,
I'J. 30. 1965 may apply for the Navy of age
E. BEARDSLEY College Aptitude test Application Today AARP Is one of the
peach toppingWhip available at local
forms are fastest growing organizations in .
,: Registered Real Estate Broker 1 pint whipping cream high schools Navy recruiting the nation with a membership .
and fold In ft cup crushed pea stations or from the Chief of
of well over half a million.enthusiastic ; "
I! Phone YU 2.7501 208 E. Sugarland Highway nut brittle and 1V4 teaspoons Naval Personnel Departmentof members. .
'I'j' grated orange rind. Chill until the Navy, Wash. D.C Although the membership fee 1! .'
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'j serving time, then spoon over I.1 only t2 per year, the benefitsare '

I. peach slice Glades Roofing Co numerous. Each member !t ', '.' k
receives an attractive magazine
All Types el Keef aid
"Modern Maturity" edited for
Metal Werk
Sheet
oldsters by oldsters, with Interesting
New Construction or
1
Informative articles on t1'i.
MEDICAL ttpalr Job such subjects as taxes, health, 'i .[;
I Phone 2.7111 Job opportunities, and inspiring
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I Pay or Erenlnn editorials.
P. O. Bm lt4J Local chapters were organized .
Belle Glade Florida
ASSISTANCE CLEW T01'f' FLA. where folks can enjoy a variety ,
I of social activities, make
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Florida's ,. : The limousine look, the bigger, bolder lines,\the elegant interiors all ea u T wit s

'medium-price!
that's new
j senior citizens '" and exciting'at such a'practical'priceljotalry new engineersrisgt7Tlie fineet riding in its'field!"

More fine models to pick from. More !
room Longer wheelbasel performance from
Big new
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through the KERR-MILLS Bill which both hospitaland
covers ; high-vigor V-8'sl! A of
chcVce roofetyle8l The finest selection of
doctor bills.It those who have the need and is options ha Metorjl
protects All this and more inoe, r.Mercury for!65 and we invite you to see d thie weak
s 1 financed by our states with federal support. \.:.

J Medicare, the other proposal), offers only limited hospital ", I ,

ization financed by an increase in Social Security taxes.

It covers all senior citizens, rich or poor, but it does not ,

; cover doctor bills.


A Florida's entire delegation in Congress voted for the Kerr-

".ij 'Mills approach. Our state legislature approved it for a two ,

J year trial period, as did 36 states and territories.


I: I CONTINUE PROGRESS: IN ,PROTECTING OUR SENIOR CITIZENS:

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by JOB )(. HALL, TO THE adults. Most of these cannot be emphasized the Importance: of Rare trees are dewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Elena
Chairman. bought la Dade or Palm Beach several of the amendments to Thursday, October 29, 198.
lETTERS
Board of Publla InatruollOn EDITORDEAR Counties. Why? Some one cared fellow club members and urged

H..elr* County rior" for their children.: their careful consideration: priorto now in blossomThe
ATTlCflT: Cigarettes and tobacco: can I be the election.
Church and other points In
Carl B. HoraabyBup EDITOR: bought If any child has the mon While not editorializing on the large flowering tree Notice to veterans
VI KAi 'rlntendent and Clewliton.
Secretary which Is the landscape -
:' orlc1iTi I to tb. Beard ot PllbUo 'Motheri for a Moral Amer ey In their Jeans, using their amendments, he noted that now gracing
:.Ale : In.tructlon ica". Thli committee terms. Why because law in Qewlston with large Veterans Service offices: will !
1 'NeeA ero aondactingh must be : the amendments I, 2, S, 4, 11 and
h Iha ol"tn'i" Sal.. bualn.the CN l.COUllt", Florida workers and those of good Bain Is not enforced.: Why 12 were of vital emportanc spikes of red,, pink and yellow Hospital haaThank.givinng be closed In Clewiston and La- l I'I'I' I

r j,111.,rtIt''on N mylorldL: Hendry under Coun Oct. II, It, NOT, .. 1114l Handing to raiie M5.000 to produce Mothers, we don't care. If the The others did not directly: affect blossoms U a rather rare tree Belle Nov. 3, 4 and J. Frank '

1III1"'u nro"; "lid tb"t a Urn( and $35,000 to buy minister, the Mothers, and the local: legislation, howeverthe of Asian origin Its correct meal E. Vdtre, Veterans Service officer '
1rs: romwhore" 1eowl of lM t nod 1. TUB CIRCUIT COIHT OP network time to how It. law were together, all this couldbe 13th amendment could possible name Is Koel reutarla Formo- said he would be In St. I I
: names
: ::o, are see Sole 'u'r THH TWKLIITH or!: JUDICIAL C1H- This Him was to have been stopped Can your child or start a trend which might sana. Patients and staff members Petersburg on those dates attending jo ';

:i r..ld.n. FOR HKJHJHiUW. llTYA"IU shown to our nation to awaken teen ager buy beer In your later face Hendry; County resi This shapely tree gives splendid at Hendry; General Hospital a conference of the Association ,'';:{
.lorp soilos'rol ; ;: la Ca. ..ry r,*. IMS. the whole nation. This film does town? Ask them how The ,
If"oJI' IPiorldsob; : JBAN BRANTLBY easy. dents. shade the year round, and may be pardoned for thinking : of County Service of- 1 t'
tt: laW.'I not have to be shown to do that. laws can't: stop them. We have ficers.
I under DAVIDSON blooms in Indian summer. The that Thanksgiving came a little .'
....
T, I am A large number of visitors "
a Goldwater
April Plaintiff supporter but good policemen and sheriffs, 'ifi
Mobllyia large spikes of bloom emergeas early this year. ; I
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near. : := he aa our president cannot clean but a 21 or 22 year old boy can: were present from Lake Worth .
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blossoms which
W. gradually -
JACK W. yellow
: Sol DAVID80N. Good
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rotJ\\ 249 stewa ,
Florid" I. .. Defendant.NOTICB up our household We at Mothers buy a case or several C pks. of and took an active part Is the ; turn to pink and deepento Two turkeys which were confiscated ( ;
:; Duda must do thi.. beer. and It can be In discussion pertaining to the from hunters who killed Sweet :
0,140140) put all1"body' rose, and In the final stages corn planting has increased )!
,nom'f'Konenete Korup :r:rPr..floha ; \. TO JACK W.TO DA V1D80H.': :' US Start by making a trip to your car on the parking lots. amendments which followed the the petals are brown. The them Illegally; were delivered in the Everglades, .

Jecr.tar- S1ISU7I Co. B lnd EnCl grocery. Walk up and down the What can: the law do? The boys talk.Program blooming period is about ninety to the hospital on Instructionsof where 7,600 acres are planted. ,", !
r. c. 1C0r.ep. II..:- Baitallon Camp Mo- Islet. Don't buy, but look In Just doing his work. You figure chairman D a n days. Judge Broward Parsons. The 10 percent more than to, date

.r tne'ntentton::; :: to apply Court t.I.lI I. You Coy arc IVIruonaln teraby, notified that the basket at the stuff Mothers this out for yourself. Easy, yes. King introducted: the speaker. kitchen staff prepared a turkey; last years. Florida tomato grow ,j
t or the C ron I t rl a Complaint for Divorce b.. buy We carry our children to Mothers of dewlston. look at Trees of this variety; may be dinner for the patients at the ers have planted 20,530 acres '

d: RP r n c v. Bald 0.m. ,of are been required film> agatn.t to ....you. and you the store We buy and see others yourself. Is this our beautiful UNICEF seen at St. Martin's Episcopal hospital also an Increase over last year. .'. 'Ii(
a campaignset
;Lw 901! ?};,;. : IIIO'o of your .n.",... or other pleading copy of; buying beer and wine, buyIng -' sweetest town In the US.AT
.04 to the Complaint the carrying home In Ask law .
of Florida on Plaln- the Ice your officers to speak Sat. morningThe -
;:t- tL lawn tlffa attorney whop name and box Just the milk. Milk la on this to at next
.. good you your
addle Harlem
are annexed below and annual children's Halloween News
I#'tce: i 'IKon.p flla. the original answer or pleadIng 10 why not. The law does not meeting,-no matter what the Community I
.....Id.n\\ / In the Trick or Treat for UNICEFwill I
office
of protect
H Ko".PVa.pre.ldent tha Clerk of teenage boys and glrla meeting Is. Then get out and
John the Circuit Court be conducted In Lewiston
In
and for handling beer at help our next clean MRS. JANIE S. CAJADHA Colored News
president EdItor
poor groceryor Phone
Koraep Hendry County, r Floridaon I on Saturday morning, Mn. YU 2-7831 i
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or before the of No- ) we need new officer Ii this up America.
relarY.T..ur.r .... Fred Vancll chairman of the
.bar. 1914 If you fall to doM right, mothers? :
r1L U. f9. 191490Tlf6 a Decree Tro Confc.io will Then look at This won't cost $98,000 or the campaign committee, announced : 'HONOR ROLL FOR and Staff of Hendry General, Gore, Jr., president Florida I
b. tak.n-againel you for the relit your newsstand tlOOOOO. Just this week. FIRST SIX WEEKS all friends who sent flowers, and A. and M. University
demanded In the Complaint. Stay a while and watch a few thoughts, :
OIDDER: DONS and ORDERED In La- 10-11-12 the stuff a little work and a lots of All children of school age who SECOND GRADE-Mrs. T. J. cards: of sympathy, the pastor Conference overview Dr. ,
.T Belle. Florida this il year old buy. Not fit for Sanders and Mrs. D. W Hill, and members
OHTAHLR day of Oct.Ober prayer.A wish to take part In the campaign of Friendship Fred W Turner, director, en'v
100ofI:; rp Clewleto0 1 High DOROTHY 1SS4. MOORE CLARK Mother of Clewlston. are Invited to do so. They Instructors, Nathaniel Coles, Baptist Church and every act vision of Instructional: Services .A
q,9f o a CI.wl.to.. Ele.u" Clark' Circuit, Court will meet at the First Methodist Joanne Green, Melbla J. Canlous of kindness that helped us to Florida State Department I
.doo&. & udchooh CI..I.lon, Flor"U Hbllo .- Hmdry County Florida mounted Church at 1:30: and the Trickor Catherine Ford. bear our burdens May God of Education "I'l u
the By Christian I
A be ya0d ofby J:; Deputy Clark Pratt Clear Inside lighter rear law mirror Sikes discusses Treat for UNICEF campaign THIRD GRADE-Mrs. M. R. bless and all of you.Respectfully. Part 1." Symposium .f

::;: .:pm.r:E.B.T0 11'0.-00 Charlie(Circuit IB.Court Mines Baal, ) Directional signal front and will end at noon. McCray and Mrs. V, R. Bawls, : ; New Perspectives Regarding :

.0. WI4. 01 which tlms 004Duywlll Day Campbell and Jr.Miner r arRaclrculatlnr amendments at clubFred The Woman's Society: of Christian Instructors, Patricia: Williams, Mrs. Arnetta Dickens Fundamental Factors, that Influence .a.: '
.. b. publicly openftm Attorll.'. for Plaintiff beater and defroster wat.r or air Service of the First Methodist Karen Sanders, Margie Mc-: and family; optimum pupil achieve 'I
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_, '" State C. 0. Farm.:OK Til Inaurane. Bid,. Vinyl upholstery side panel, Sikes discussed the thirteen Church 1s sponsoring the Clone, Guan D. Rogers, Sellers ment with Dr. W. E. Comds, .-'y I

uDpr,o10RLPDriwI000 Cand Cl.wl.ton. Florida and Heavy Hoadllnar duty ata constitutional amendments campaign In Clewlston. The Littles, Sylvia Hill. Lenora R. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT chairman. .,, I
a front and
b. obtalnad.oIl1lble CN 410 rear facing Florida voters at the November children will be guests of the ,Weekley Harrison Thomas. Aa of last year 100% of the a aand
todncal Ueneril' ContrU. ... Hut. Oct. It, NOT. I. II, It, mi Foam Rubber front seat 3 election: at a recent Society at lunch when the drive FOURTH GRADE-Mrs. B. S. student body of Harlem Acad- Part 2 Utilizing provisions .::

1OII".otrlc.! ...hltoo"of f Jam.1.0. Harrlao.. Chaula Car to be palnt.d off white Klwanls Club luncheon.: Sikes ends. Bobo and Mrs. W. L. Davis Instructors emy, had received all of their resources: of the Florida ';, I

..,. Florid. The INVITATION City CommlHlon TO RIDDFRI and Body-Hear? duty brakes : Theodora Mack, Marilyn Immunization shots for polio,, Education Program In planning 'I; I
jSfcr'ffS&iss" : City of Cl.wl.ton will receive of the and brake drums I Jo Scott Evelyn Clark, diphtheria, tetanus, typhoid, and programs for optimum I
Heavy
bid. up to S:10 p.m. EBT No- Prime duty front and year Marsha Sasser, Wanda Dixon, small pox. This year these children pupil achievement: .
R&M.r.JK..., Tembar t. lt<4 on the following Mr. Marion Barnes, president, I h
Heavy duty will need Boosters
automotive equipment ahock front and Joan V. Jenkins Isabella Tar- and
to do bud0ea09M4. at which '
llceaeed rear Department of Principals. I
.r. .um equal to five time they will be opened and I Wheele and urea at leaat. vex, Jimmie L. Thomas, Emllle the responsibility for this will Elementary
". nut 01 the amount .f read aloud: 7:10..11: Our Johnson, Patrick Coleman, Judith be !left, up to the parents Lakeland Fla. presto \
q M One (U)-IMS Model 4 }
dr.
sedan ed f
Bid over the General Session
to "tal njdtueranteCthat,yIfn for police aerirlc. to reflect the following Q. Hilton Jeanette Keaton Immunization will no longerbe I ,
-M. II I. tc. pt.d, a Contract Kna-ln.: ;-VS Engine: not lea.than OptionsPower :brakes and staring Carnethat Sands.FIFTH given through the school 6 p.m., Oct. 22 -. Guest and .
..re4 Into and the per- SSI cu. I... Engine A Manual radio tmtR' Parent take their delegates enjoyed "Aa Evening -, :
children
Ii GRADE Mr. H. L.McKlre may j
Tof properly ....r.... Four (4)) Barrel Barb. with Above of .
car delivered Clewla- Branch Opera presented by
.Yhil bidder will b. r.- full flow oil filter. ton Florida : and Mrs. L. E. Welters to the Health Dept. Clinic, at ;
CHI. era r.rformallc.. Air Cleaner heavy duty ra On. ((1)) nil Model 4 door Instructors, Glenda Gale Rob- Hendry General Hospital 1 to S the Choral Division; Mrs. Re .
... ono Including: U diator Plymouth sedan to be ace .m. for becea W. Steele, director and tr
p on Mondays their Boosters
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H.D I a p '. d automatlo moon Celestine A. Black. Rob-
yp Bond ib II bkwrttensir : ctpted aa part payment Dr W. P. Foster, head Department
tranamlailon Federal Tax. Exemption Cer ert Ward, James Hart, Nldla E. ; j
amount. ot one hundred Elec tificate furnlihedThe Office Clrlno, Audrey C. Williams, Pa- Respectfully: ; School Health of Music
Men |1M"' ') of the Contract 8ritemLeeceNeTllle (0 Amp. City Commission roe The two day session was Interesting -
heavy lu.'t alternator or ...... the right to acceptthe tricia A. Clark, Rose Crlnchlow, Committee.
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hBIDDLIl?) MAT WITHDRAW o equal ie amp heavy. lowest or beet bid and Gwendolyn 1'. Johnson, Lester and Inspirational from : '
II IIIblllIad, for a period of duty "battery to reject any or all bide. BANK BY MAIL PERSONAL MENTION beginning to end. $
.." 111I do,. .tt.r the dotsfinite ElectrU: Windshield wiper. C F BLAIR McMillan Bettye A. Washing J r
openlnit of luch Boa. Front Arm Reata City 1I.lIa'.1CN11 ton Edna M. Horace, Keneth Among the out of town relatives Attending the conference from
IIIIOWNER Map lightVisored Clewlston was Prof A. A. Thomas ;.
attending the funeral
sad/oriU Cainous, Kenneth A. Jones) services
1 1 Ie meet any .pOt light fender Oct It, NOT I. IM4 principal, Harlem Academy: .
Jeanette Harris, Freddie Scott. for the late Mr. Henry t

SIXTH GRADE Mr W. L.Falrley Blackman: were, Mrs. Bernice .'-<
,,- We Even Pay The Postage! and Mr. W J. Scott, Instructors Smith, Springfield Mass, Mrs. FUNERAL SERVICES .
Katie Funeral services for the late
Vemlta Klngcade, Stephenson and Mr. I
Bobby Gray Pauline Harris, Louis Hall, Bymaw Pa. Mr. Mr Henry Blackman were conducted '

Make deposits add to your savings account Edwin M. Mack, Lovvorn Nola Andrew Hall and Mr. Charlie Sunday afternoon 2 p.m. ;.. I.
RETURN at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church: '
Dixon, Gloria M. Moore, Brady Hall Newark N.J. .
pay bills, all through the mails! Hart Jr.SEVENTH. The Cosmetology Unit 26 met Ritta Village, Rev. Floyd Keys I
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pastor.Pra'eutonal
CRADE-Mrs. J. at the home of Mrs. Julia Sales "

T, Watts and Mr. W. J. Chambers Monday evening, Oct. 26,. 1964. : ,'j" ,
Our bank by mail plan saves you Instructor Emanuel Jones, The group Is making plans fora Hymn .- i ,

Anthony R Mack, Sandra K, Coffee Sip, the first Sunday In Invocation ,
IPAUL time and energy Newton, Leola Hart, Evelyn December. After the meeting, Selection __ Choir If't';: !
ROGERS Baldwin Jessie Sasser, Guy the hostess served a delicious Scripture '11 '
Rogers Eddie J. Pope, Michael Chicken Dinner. The next meeting Solo .... Mr. Eddie W. Stlnson. I. ::

Kerr, Isaiah Hill, Hartley; Gray. will be held at the home of also a Solo *VAs .... ." ,
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON EIGHTH GRADE Mr. S, the president Mrs Dorothy a Christian ." ..?. Mr. OnlsBlackweU :,..: ''a,

Humphrey Jr and Mr, J. L. Singleton, Belle Glade, Fla. Elder HolmesAs \\

Morgan, Instructors, Ralph Hill, Solo .
P.T.A. a Friend _._.... Mr Willie ,
Debroah Williams, D a ;y r o n NOTES r see:
Jones, Alfred Newton, Wilbert The first meeting for the Johnson .. .
Williams, Gloria Johnson Melvin school term was held Monday As a member _....,. Mrs. Eva ..:''t'

I Jones, Samuel McCoy, Con night, Oct. 26, S p.m. In the Brown ,
10, CONGRESS nie Johnson, Cynthia Kitchen, school library. A large audiencewas As a Deacon and Pallbearer I 1j P

Jesse Marvin Bertha Sasser. present. Speaker for this Deacon P. B. BrownAcknowledgements ..,1I I

Help NINTH GRADE-Mrs. G. H. occasion was Rev. L. H. King, Mrs. Von- \y .
Wanted Davis and Mr. E. Kilpatrick,'' pastor Greater Friendship Bap clle: Hudson ,

Jr., Instructors, Oreetlne Fair, tist Church. His inspirational Hymn '; I I
Joette Williams, Michael Quln- address backed up he very; Obituary ?. Mrs Annie B SUJ10'I" l' i
The Glades County 'Sugar Growers tyne, Joyce Jones, Vivian Jones timely and well rounded subject son .. -\ 2 I

Clara Moore, Thelma Mlthcell, "God's Word To Support Eulogy "....... Rev. Floyd Keys ;,i ''I I
Co-operative at Moore Haven is now Elnora Slpllc, Samuel Simmons, The Crumbling Foundation of Reviewing of Remains' .".i j

accepting applications for Carolyn Teel.TENTH The Home", Recessional i"I; I'I .
GRADE-Mrs. M I. The No 2-Choir accompan Burial ".. Booker Washington ;, 'ti

Black Instructor Helsn Sue led their pastor and rendered Memorial Cemetery, Clewis y ,
Timekeepers Wilson Charlie Hill. Wilfred beautiful and soul stirring selection ton \y';'

Brewster. Rev. L. Holmes, pas Reddlck Funeral: Home In i.
Truck and trailer ELEVENTH GRADE-Mr. C. tor, New Bethel A.M.E., responded charge: of arrangements. "

operators A. Burrows, Instructor Evelyn with very- encouraging ,; '
PAUL RROGERS Johnson, Vernita Ward, EvelynG. remarks Mr. A. A. Thomaswas !,

Tractor and wagon operators Jackson, Franclna Hill Joyce master of ceremony. Mrs Johnson Cars i
A. Scott Bernice Sims, J. S. Gajadha gave the financial

Various for field Clyde Blackman, Barbara status of the P.T.A. Sled Road 832. South
seeks your positions Cromes Carolyn Pope, Fran- Refreshments were preparedand Most transportation for your H'1' j

cene Kingcade, Joseph Mitchell. served In the Home Making money this aide of Mlcrmll ,, ,
and highway operationsfor TWELFTH GRADE.-Mn, S. Room We regret Very much

thru Humphrey, Jr., Instructor: Paul that our president Mrs. Annie
views approximately Jones, Doris Sims, Leander Mitchell was not present due to .'
{ season beginning Weekley, Elizabeth Bobo Leroy the death of a member of her Julia's "

: November 2nd Poole, Franklin Williams, Albert family.; We share our sympathywith
his annualquestionnaire Pope the family Beauty Nook i I

FOR THAT NEW LOOK
Apply for employment application
CARD OF THANKS A VERY SPECIAL Tinting Styling. Cutting. No

blanks at theAGRICULTURAL We wish to express our sin REMINDER Appointments, Friday; and j
i1 cere thanks *nd deep appreciation Don't forget to vote, November SaturdayFor 1
to our many friends for 3, 1964, 7:00: a.m. until 7:00: i '
Information Can t till
OFFICE their kindness and thoughtfulness p.m.. Masonic Han. Mrs. Jells Sale, rrepr'rtor' :
during the illness and passIng i.

Hwy. 27 2 miles south of Moore Haven of) our loved one, the late Notes from the annual :I
Mr. Garland Dickens. We are conference of principal and Harlem Club I!!
grateful Indeed to the Doctors sopervlaonThe .
annual conference of principals Favorite Mixed Drinks .Fried !. I
Chicken Fish, Ham '
and supervisors, : rger '
sponsored '
and other Sandwich'sRecorded .
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by the Florida State Department Music '

of Education, In cooperation Popular Bands '. .
HalloweenCarnival with Florida A. and M. Mr. sad Mrs. Will W.riaee I \
The demand for fat
University .
PAUL ROGERS personal was held Oct. 22 freprletora
pays prompt thru 23, 1964 at the Perry- ; I
and stocker Paige Auditorium, Tallahassee,
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cattle is Theme Fla. Planning for Hilton's Gro "Pry : )" $
y heavy
optimum
and
attention letters requests. a
to pupil Grocerlea.: r r e s b Meats. "
your achievement:
Vegetables Cold Drink Essential : ::1 i
31
Oct.
Saturday Mr. 11'i j'
Buy only the James L. Cant, specialist Item .' 41.'
In "
Masonic Hall secondary education, Florida We appreciate your patron- "
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State Department of Education >
cattl. age.
you want presided at the opening ...&ion. Hr..Mn.n.nt.mu. : r 1'
Time, 4 p.m. until S p.m. _.. Greetings Dr George W. I'nprtden :t, I .
RE-ELECTOUR CONGRESSMAN Free Prizes

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lit Group Prize Ages 14

2nd Group Prize "e" Alea 6.10. Elite Cafe and Grocery
-Sale. Every Monday at 1:00 P.M.

'G. ROGERSVOTE 3rd Group Prize AellO-li NEw LOCATION
PAUL
4th Group Prize Adults Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets

Saw wed '
>'bod, Saadnlcha. Cold Drink,
Candle,. ,
You must wear.eostuoi* To Cookla and Ice Cnam
be eligible for contest,, Exeluasve Atmosphere

DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 3 GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSHne Service with a smile
Music by Harlem AcademyBand
Dont
forget to
.. Heroines" of Jericho. purchase a dewUton Newt
1fT uua .... fBdee Pi sponsors '
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Page Twelve THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewlltoa, Florida pubfle
Contract awardedfor southern Spain on Oct. 28 from Local studentsat a land measuring contest, dry St. Lucie, Dade Highlands section dgna 4 idyl
Thurada7. October 211. 1II8tI and rolling. Glades Okeechobee, wit
log
landing craft and helicopters.The log sawing Broward from LaBelle p
Contestants are expected from and Brevard counties and
combined Marine landing forest dayA the area,
levee workA force will be carried and pro- .
teced by a U.S.,Spanish fleet of forestry field day the first

half million dollar contract: M vessels Including ships of the of III kind In Southern Florida,
I United States' Military Sea will be held Saturday In an
for continuance of the Job of around
raising dikes surrounding Lake Transport Service and chartered area north of LaBelle with more Nothing gets like a goblin withCHEVRON
,
Okeechobee: has been awardedto ships of the UJS. merchant than 80 vocational agricultural
,
Reynolds and Smith Inc. of fleet students presentSix
S. Operation STEEL PIKE!: ts students from Gewlston
Moore Haven, the U. Army
Corps of Engineers has announ being conducted l to show the high school yet to be selected O
ability of US. and Allied amphibious along with Robert L. Rogers,

ced.The contract calls for workon forces to rapidly place vocational agriculture teacher,

,.,1. 1Iry, ae..rd L. ........... ..... A .......... Hey..... the dike from a point two large numbers of troops ashore will be present for the affair
u.i sa ss..uiLn.rer O..rn., NadnM Klsslm- and maintain them for as long which will be the leadoff In a
: northeast of the
1te'J.;; ... miles
mee River to Nubbins Sloughin as necessary. The operation will series of five such events In the
Okeechobee county, a distance also train the forces of both state.
EveryFlorida of more than seven miles countries In conducting joint op The activities will be held at
The Reynolds and Smith bid erations. the Silver Lake Forestry Field 1he LIVELIER gasolines
OfiValSupports : for $17080 was the lowest of Spanish Air Force units will Headquarters on Lykes Broth- .. !
three. The Army Corps said the fly missions in support of the ers' property located some six
I purpose of the dike was to permit landing force along with U.S. miles north of LaBelle The day
the storage of a greater Navy and Marine aircraft operating is sponsored by the Florida For Gay occasions call for these new and
A amount of water In the lake for from fast attack carriers est Service Florida Associationof
modern fuels
President motor
,; use during dry periods. and, from the Marines Future Farmers of Americaand ,, so right for Dixie'spulsing
Lyndon B. Johnson iMlAeMNef -; The contract requires that short airfield for tactical support Florida forest industries. pace today. Choose from 3
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Ion 1,740000 cubic yards of and (SATS). There will be contests, with great Chevron gasoline Each packed

be excavated for the dike and cash awards. In estimating with livelier performance
SATS II, In effect a carrier long-running economy.
and sawtlmber volume
pulpwood -
Race that tree Islands be constructedon flight deck Besides in Chevron and Chevron
R the lake side of the levee. Including catapultsand from standing trees esti- Supreme you
arresting gear, moved get Methyl, the different antiknock
The contractor will have 295 compoundthat
ashore. It was developed by the
the work. CAP tonightThere helps develop all the built
days to complete Marine Corps to allow Marineair power into your
Some 84 miles of levees have units to go ashore quicklyto will be a meeting of the car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevronl!
been raised around the lake thus Civil Air Patrol at the home of
support Marine ground forces
t far. Upon completion of the Job In amphibious operations. Jimmy Walker, tonight at 7:43,
the water storage capacity of according to Rose Doane, public
Most of the United States
the lake will be Increased by 300 relations officer of the local We take better of
can
s. 1. wlw L.r_ 1...,. a a.d.y Deyle Cemwr units taking part In operation your carSTANDARD
...... .,... I.Mrl.k.d.r CamdJ..r billion gallons and the water squadron.
STEEL PIKE will return to theU.S.
T.o..r .f Aericvllwte
c-.Iler ffgblfc IratracHe
level of the lake will have a p'tentlal .
during the first week In
rise of two feet. December.


Florida official elected itotewide urgei
the Every reelection of Prmdtnt Johnien r.I. t Boys in ServiceSTEEL Florida land i 01 L
Effective cooperation between Stole and Notional
official reflect in many experience of
conomla and progreu. Favorable Federal' decltioni PIKE (FHTNO)-Marine values rise
have bean reiponuble for Florida retention .. Private First Class Rich-
of our great military Inilallationi continuing ard B. Hornsby JOn of Mr. and The value of Florida land
development of ipace programi Interstate Highways continues to be pushed upward
Mrs. H. E. Hornsby of 421 West
of and cattl' Induttnet. auto claim servkelargest
curd of
protection as a result the three-way
hMlab Ventura Ave.. Clewlston Fla,
Florida hoi benefited In construction programifor :! rivalry for the use of the land national
: : has sailed from the east coast
Khooli, unlwmtioi hoipitali and such ether !IM for '
Vital) projects at the Crou State Barge Canal. of the United States to take part population growth, agriculture claims network \ Ar

in Operation STEEL PIKE In Florida and Chamber Industrial of needs Commerce, the Contact me today 1:
Spain. The combat training exercise -
will be the largest am- commented recently.The .
0tftt phibious operation conducted In state's gain In populationfrom i

the Atlantic since World War H. 1960 to 1964 was 15.2 percent Abner H. '
He is a member of Marine the fastest growth rate of I, !1'
Medium Helicopter Squadron any large state The count of Vann fAA 7 1 1r
5.705000 Floridians as of July
1 1 / 1Paid 261 Marine, which Corps is normally Air Facility based New at 1 this year figure out to 105 Ph.

River Jacksonville, N.C. people per square mile com YU 2-5971
In the practice landing 28.000 pared with the national average l 'n
pslek.l. < eeWtlMiin IteM r. fct HM .. ** In Muittm -.rC.wlMip Marnea t of the Second Marine of 54. This was a rise from y 1
W.4 II. ... P. .:..... :: (. : 92 in 1960. con. n.. f
Division, Second Marine Aircraft STATE fARMolMwUikamHC '

Wing and Force Troops, ,Pd.+. ...., ..
Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, ..."'!
Ten million pine Iw Bib.B.ulrgl) .Eck

Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS! along Marines with a will battalion take part of Spanish In aI to t
trees for sale

EDWARDS .., wM'1. .
\ i/ There are 10 million pine
streets left for sale at the three
Plumbing RepairReplacements
Florida Forest Service nurseries Ihd.s
More than 44 million already ,
have been sold to Florida Installations
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landowners this season.

j The pine tree seedlings are Trouble Shooting '
jI sold at cost-14 per thousand. "Septic' Tank ASpecialty
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1 Last year Florida led all 50
I states with the planting of trees ..... "CMVUON",..MmIY\.1IIId\ CHEVRON deilgn.f
upon 125,000 acres of privately (Call YU 2-6711

owned land. Georgia was second 321: K. Ventura J. F. HOWELL ..
with 123,000 acres planted. Agent Clewis


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