<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF UF00028415



The Clewiston news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01177
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01177
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text
.

.. ..
-- ---- .










The Clewiston
f '

; : : !



k "Dedicated to the advancement. of lle dry County and America's Sweetest Town" '. i :: I


VOLUME 37 NUMBER 49 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 108t Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. S4S.3, PJU. Subscription $4.00 year ":I j.j'I' k


A/ I j i



Lake Chamber ..
Goldwater carries 'I'


join in projects ..


'Flan tor cooperating project ) '
i
as 75% of common concern to the ,
county
communltl on the south shore ,
ot Lake Okeechobee were made t t 4 J

this week whesl the

of the varlou$ Y,

of voters turnoutWith Commerce met In

the Invitation of Carroll vi

i ii j Clewiston president

,. -- --,.. '. '0 Attending weN I
three-fourth: of the Qualified l In' Past! elections, received theeotst4's ?,
RETURNS-The US. Sugar Cony with the animal are IJIIPIO! r.) W. C. Beswell. voters going to the poll highest vote In a contested
prize winning IS r a k m a. bun.ISrAlLAXD Clewlitoa general agent ef the AUantle Coast Tuesday, Hendry county 'Iana race.Goldwater'svnt4. McClelland attend of Belle but ; k .4 '
able to
REX MANSO U" pose f rIr tine railroad; Donald Button whe traveled with substantial majority; Barry in the eight the, project wa Wm. t ..1

Just before being suJoaded from a the herd that was exhibited, and Sidney Crochet Goldwater for president but left white precinct was better than Pahokee.. Die presidents! I
I JidIU' him frem DaHas Tex- CA Sugar vice other Republican aspirant 2 to 1. In the' two Negro precinct
!rtU r that brought president In charge of cattle that the, mayor of the .: i
trailing far behind. Senator Hot
Johnson's iI
his meat Important priseI" purchase and sales. vote wag better should be Invited to
I
lie won
rf ere land and Congressman Rogers than SO to 1. I
,,1J6t !National Greed aa..plouJdp. Bhowi1 V STAFF PHOTO wept the county while Haydon Ia the above figure the 93 absentee meetings and, their in order chamber .
group
Burns, who won the governorship vote are not Included.
work with the
closely
showed vulnerability to. the' day Wit cool and comfortable I
ernments.Immediate.
company's champion Republican ,Holle,'. bank ac with overcast skies : r
ugar/ count Income tax and police: most of the day; voting was plan

I department charges brisk in all precinct, and even fishing map of the entire i
There were 4,081 qualified with machine to speed the take area, which Is now ',I .

retires/ after Illustrious career voter in the county and 3,046 process, voter had to wait their worked out in detail. ,
'
votes were cast turn because of the time required The name of Lake te "
The, county vote"( (ion election by the lengthy ballot bee Chamber president : al t' I

day, and not Including absentee There were no unpleasant Incident cil decided ;. .i
award the was
heavyweight champion portent herd failed man show history that such a upon M
i toil JOUIIIIII has retired from to win was Reserve Senior transference of championship ballots) was: at any of the precinct, rather loose organization, e ,,. 1 !
Johnson, 1324Goldwater. and all
the lush Champion Female official report an orderly plan periodic meetings
rat to test quality has occurred. .
gsw 1595
y Sugar Cor- The Grand Champion Femalewas The process throughout ore '
U.S corporation combined .
-toice Holland 1782 ,
of town. a senior tall "LADY FAY. show
ranch west herds Brahman and Charoools KIrk SMRoger. w, I
JlllIIiI
faaUSD, \ REX MANSO NETTE' OF SUGARLAND 13" the latter a breed which ., U4S Chamber j'I'

t, )jaded with honor a (P.H. No. 222/3, ABBA No. has Its origin In Southern Steele, 411 supports parachute .\

Brahman bull, has 195070) born Sept. 11, 1963 as a France, are currently\ competing Burn, 1591 '; -I
luijetired from show buslLndissiined .- daughter of REX MANSO. thus at the Sumter All-Florida M2Congressman

to the breed- heaping further honor on the Breeders' Show in Webster, Honey, Paul Roger, a* in lease difficulty at Airglades I

I y: H after having added grand old fellow This 1 II a significant Fla.-minus the star of them all II I

l.lutiward to his impres- development, it being who will be nibbling gras with The dewlston Chamber of log decision." l I
Imitnm Grand Champion perhaps the first time in BrahI never a thought of past glories Hunting rulesare Commerce, referring to a "mls-) The your letter 7 a'k-

|kl i the Greater Jackson- I II
understendlng"that might Jeopardize Tuesday luncheon of the
I
I We/ k> the Jacksonville More than 500 attend Lions outlined Parachute Inc. at the Air- member were accepted,,
f
I ml REX MANSO had beenInidtd glade*. Airport has written to log the present :

I the 1963-64 Florida the-j Hendry County CommissionIn the chamber to 100. WELL LOST 1500 FEET' OVERNIGHT. Buneco't

|"bee' Bull award and the Rule and regulation for Support of the par.chutecomplDJ" member are; ...... Ne. I well, which b new being drilled by Laro '.
.lIational Grand Champion- hunting in the preserve managed case Alfar-Boutwell
annual Halloween Funival Dairy,
by the Hendry County Fish Company, I* planed with boulders which fall into UM
t0 Signed by W. Dean King, Lake Worth.
:. and Game Club were outlined the eaalng b, brought up for cleaning or change.
!& Hi bun was the star offIk chairman of the Merchant Commute dewiston) Fertilizer
show herd last Thursday night at a meeting and Carroll Benson and Frank to 4&t fa now back to 3.0M fat
toil Brahman president Metheny
More than 500 youngsters and Dave Pattison Rovers were
IM competed In Jacksonville adult attended the annual Halloween Dan McCarthy and Greg East, In the Elk Club. The. Irea' the !letter said that the live 5)t and drilling In eaUnaln-Staff not. k

I toil GIlt the state's other o runival. sponsored by president of the Lions. The food 1* owned by Alico, in this parchute operation had R. W Bishop Farms,.
hunt
to
For
\\fiH aggregations, winding a person !'brought al ot of business to Bishop
.
the LIoN at the Fairgrounds and drink concessions were run
be must be Hendry
a
tat u Impressive overall area ltevarea, especially to motel, Beardsley Farm J. W.
last Saturday evening.JkLApproxlmately by Bob Adams John Corbln. J
and adhere to
| County resident .
.. I restaurant, service station, ley. ,, w vV *
7. Scott flowing
Davis Curt ,
join Gary
Fry
:: 1460.11' a a all state law pertaining to hunt#
: too'stores, and Indirectly tomany PridgenYOtiel ;
1k eguoompany' nerd reI grossedTif which "iboorrWT'U( and Dan McCarthy Bob MImi lug For anyone,. Including other businesses."More vey Prldgen.' :
SlIt i first place blue ribbon expected to be realized for the and Woody Carruthers managedthe member of the club, to hunt ,
!
letter Chlldresi
the Harry M.
|'\117 clan In which it corn Cake Walk and Bob Austin S3 fee for Important,
purpose of further Improvingthe there he mutt pay a
continued, 'the publicity: for log Company of Sebrlng.Fairground
l winnersed ;Elementary School: library. handled the apple eating booth. a card the first time he hunt dewlston and Hendry County, Trailer 1

Despite Inclement weather the Carruthers, director of the On subsequent hunt the tee 1* derived from new stories and Clyde Hatfield.Ward barrels day.
a Ilk championship awards:' Funival brought\ all shapes dewiston Department of Recreation reduced to' SI on presentation .photographs of activities of the Distributing a ,
Bull and Fe-
Champion
and which co-sponsored the of the SI card. .
and size of goblins, ghosts parachute group going to newspapers SchliU: Beer, Fort .
,
leave
Senior
i .
Champion junior gremlins. Many p.rentabrou&ht event, served at public address Permit this year win be .
McArthur
I, throughout the country Jersey Dairy I
Woe
and Re-
*Junior Champion of both their children early, system announcer during the available at Fry Hardware In ,has been of enormous value in Inc. West Palm Beach. oil well 1 11 flowing testing was resumed the rate of ;

i ui females Champion the Grand had their evening repast at the awarding of prizes which were dewiston and Davis Trading bringing additional people to the The Chamber also per day; It i Is now flow Increased to 307 barrel I

Bull and; the Grand various food concession and donated by Lions merchant, Including Store In LaBelle. area a* participant and spectators a plan to have the and its extensive per day, through the 20/Mth ',-t
then turned the children: loose Parkinson' Department Hunting will be permitted only for stays of from one or of Pahokee. Belle has ended. inch choke. The flow reported i

t a Female The only Int with fistful of ticket Some store, Thrifty Drug, CONbin's on Wednesday, Saturday and two day to several months. Glade County, Join with Company announced yesterday was at the rate of 297 :i.t I
3400 ticket sold for. the Farm and Ranch Supply! Sunday throughout the hunting barrel .
were "It 1* unfortunate that misunderstandings to in preparing and that the Red Cattle a day.However :
booths and and Hendry County Motors. season, starting Nov. 14. This
Hospital head ,many Interesting have come up a map type brochure at Felda 1* producing .
dove trouble continue to I
and Mrs. Vann Include:
challenging Abner Vsnn
game and hard feeling developed by would embrace the
of oil on a 20/64th
Bob Waldron elected: plague the Sun Oil Collier Corp
J Hoed trustee There were three MfUh pond were In charge of tickets and was the parties Involved. When the all these areas It wa tubing of '
Well
president of the club, with Jack pressure No. southeast of the Red ; .
one maned by Fr. dark H. Dor- were assisted by Wendell Whaly. lease renewal comes up for your out that they share a and casing
W Yoe Jones, adralnlstraHeadry man, C, J Chapman and Frank ,. Fry vice president and JtenSw.a. consideration we hope the above Interest, economically *.. The' oil pressure hu 1.2 Cattle well The Larco: Drilling .'{ !
Directors Corp. crew had reached
depth
a
*< General Hospital Jones; another by J. W. Doty. Esser, on behalf of the Lions secretary-treasurer. fact will be considered In mak- graphically.! basic edlments and of feet .
named Elbert 4.550 with this well when
were:
"
s aw nominated Dick Baker and John Potter; and the
to the Funival Committee
Hooker, R. C. Howling; Charles J* considered very the haft was brought out to ,
"rflhitees of the Florida the third-by Moye Bishop, Tom Roaring dewiston Lions Issued Ervin, Sun Oil gees .
Wlesenfeld, Broward Parson clean out the "hole";; when the
Association for term Jones and 'Larry Lee. Other thank to all who helped Avon Park Clewiston I
a a note of drops ,to the announcement
.
4 his Ra,196447. game and the operator were: in the successful 'affair. U Jack Spratt and T a I m a g e office la LeHlgh well casing It was topped put back at 3,090 Into feet the t i

I*sir has been reelected ,Dart throw-Dick.Baker; Ring addition to those already mentioned Browning ... .
Po14dRhe4: \ fallen u
In the we
a accred toss-Robert Kelly Pick-a-plck- thank to
:
year as ecreot he expressed take Conference lead
the East CenlIMla George Kemp; Ban thro*-EdMoxley the following: Oswald Button *' :Teach your children Ridge has been under go. again, and the rig 1 11 reamW : ,

Hospital District ; Ping pong throw-Jim Jerry Speight. Time Saver, Pat to Increase its flow and drilling boulders 1,500 feet. :

ht3aes KM been In GearMi McPhail; Grab bag-Ross La- Pattison (I. visiting Lion from traffic safety The Avon Park Red Devils: was called back after October. Its flow were lost in the operation. y I

week attending the Byer; Hit-the-lsland Richard Venice father of Dave), all of scored :20 point in the third Bad broken free on the .: 100 barrel Sun Oil' petroleum

rl l wtlnof the asoda- Pbelp the Elementary school children quarter .of their game with .o..rdllne and was Increased by In, Benny Frank and Vernon eDIIn..r.'J Hal ; ,'
bee board election will The Sno Cone booth ws run who drew posters, wives and KEEP FROM Clewiston Friday night on Cane a* official ruled his six: barrel of hyrdo- are remaining In the .' I

by George Jepson; Pop corn- friends. Field, .to roll to a decisive 3314Ridge" progress had stopped through the well through the testing. and drilling area .: I
.
Conference, win. ; acid serves to
open
The Lions hired the dewiston BETWEEN The Devil' scored 20 Frank, the senior
and
:
high school band to ,clean up Halfback Wolfgang HalWg. a in the m-fated third permit a more .rn'J': 1 planning to return'b :
famas is guessed the party was r converted lineman, mewed 24 of starting with 9 of oil because the Dallas when
you the area when a ] yard formation la which the casing 1* .r e
the Red Devil points, making a
band' set la
over, thereby aiding the runback by Ha1bl the Collier Corp. No. 1
fund drive. season total of 79, He had another ed the point after found 1* soluble\ !in well. ':l ,

i .thhe I TD called back for offensive bob Maddox climaxed adic. The oil from
lust t around a the Felda well :i.
corner Today four new' Lion will be sfI holding, which wa a" romp drive for the'second: : "acJdWn: ," brought 1* being hauled by; contract car

of Initiated in the Clewiston clubby .e of 22 yards "tof the period, which was to 125 barrel per rier to Port Everglade where)
eltj505 Post Office an- Slag suggests that In case Membership Chairman Rob It was a frustrating tight for Vy 41 yard* of penalties weekend another !It 1 11 loaded on tanker for shipment -
Oat we are rapidly apike doubt a check should be made are Frank Jones I the Tiger a* they were unable\ too place In which north It 1* being handled .f'
famous corner with the post office. ert Kelly. They and to mount lustalnM drive.early (Continued.on :'page of dilute hydroclorle In the same manner a* oil from "
TydIngs
Csatust before you It 1 Li suggested that Christmastime Bob Austin Lou la the game. Most of the Tiger acid went:into the welL When the Sunnllinri | M !,' ,
I -
provide an Ideal opportunity Calvin Walters yardage came} on Btconsi-: _.: ,: ? I
.. .
:
tihaar A. W. Slu for to advise o i' tent,Joe, .. ,
everyone yardage : :
seys Thursday IKE ffiImID. L& runs '
At luncheon last ; ;: ; c
the '
;
V d his .their correspondWte : from ;
k organiratioa', \ once-e-year Pie LIon.-enJore4 a (1Alk, Illustrated Hllblg drove n the Vvo- General l Election Hendry Novo j : 1
taodii55 the Christhw of their correct address } by a film; by Whitey yard line climaxing a Zfcyaxdi ; County 1964 / .

a been completed, and Zip Code number. Peopleare special service* officer of Clewiston i drive which foUfwed wort *rj. 5:: .L '
w a few reminders urged to show their complete Knudson. State Highway PatroL -, City yard windblown\ t End Oan+7ny Y .J : t :of
W of the \" ,
at Io drop fry thou'h return address, including centered ODproper Butler kicked the point aftera l'

the postal fawsY Zip Code number, oa all mall The film was habit on the Police Department Avon Park tot*"Vn arty! ,... .1 I. .9- l j ;'<11 41 V, *- ,. '

even though It may not be sent driving and state road. lead. ,. j j I'" //tor: _,I \ ...If'>;"." .Jo".. ,
national
.
tle time fatter he first class. new -t', ''II rLf Clewiston scored in the second d I 'j "if'' r'! ,f I
3
m -, J I I
,
orals mention that 'v7 ; i> quarter a* Mandy McrrtH passed .. d a to 'ii.
destined '
foe
t *,.rdI bend Jim Dana ;
d0iId ... .3 j
1a be mailed BO : t who raced the final 25 yards for 1/1 mw'aa'' da ( iI'j
_
Yes, .i :
Istsy lo. which i L ; a U-yard coring play. AI Mor- j : '
-
Ihl1 applies tDql.L sell threw the final block that
Air Na Votee Cant ... 480'311'360' 'j I, :
Parcel Pod. ; shook Dana loose for TD. Bowden ? 80 84181818 500 269 83 : ,!

Lasted later than. kicked the point after, JOHNSON ,.. ,,151101 88 31 18 60 210'473' 90 89 32 '....'.. 7!' '
Aar4 ,
h' crop + wig as the game entered the halftime GOLDWAIEB ..,, ,
.
'it, _, .307 2 S 76 9 1
allured 4 2 077 S3 '
of deli.arktmas. .- period 1-1. Second beforethe (

1 half, an apparent TD run .... .29520/234 611 47 8/419'435' 171 23l732[ :' '

tsn ostd be used a kIRK .._ _, -.. ..-. ..__.,1226468 23 29 221332864 1 ,

.ted,overseas deod + Tiger JV' playOkeechobee ERS ... .. 337 207 217 66 5S 84438210__ 176 01818

h 01n4 B'1 __ .. _
that ., ,
4y surface tonite ? ?? 837I53 20 17 83 3 45 2 /

test b. sublected to t BURNS 25478''202 SO 83 13332111 l 35159( '"
sad cold end'tyM The Junior Varsity squad will HO t
play the Okeechobee: JVi here 187108133 38 30 38 210 63113 / 84 ;
the he tonight (Thursday) on Can AU other ,
le candidates
remember.h on UM> zxiuoi were uncontested..
*
ay hlxts, Field at 7:00: according to Coach The Hendry 1.
such asgItidily Joe County oanvcss nq board, composed of Supervisor of Rwlatratton -
combudlbleyt must "1<>d nl ta the Bundy. John L, Hall, i
of roe 01 the largest and Tuesday night, the Baby TUger County Jude R N. POWOM and County Commissioner
ag g matches, THE NEW CUqWlSTOV!' BEFINEK!' South, will have a .I" ats a ads ((7 and S graders) defeatedthe oration George, met yesterday mooning to canvass the ballots. Including 96 ". ,

are Everglade. Sugar Refinery, Jno. made '1" fleet loe.IOt.OOO poaadI ef refined Baby Brahman from ObIchobee abeentees.Rwull..
Os
1b and, commercial delivery ef Wr l bat week. TW completed early a*.1M*. here 2M la a game that of this oancas were not yet orvallabl when the News went to

:h waP aP ohlbttedtelp delivery wa made tram. the liquid sugar pUwlfeh was,played la light rain. nun.

e'ale APO ..*. b ta fun .peesdea.. Th refinery.\



-
-iJ------i istoners. -

'
_.oiI -_._ _

the least regrettable. It Is a1.! for them to do this when their nlzht's
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS OeWtoD.1"Ia.., :: Pete Clemons ways easy: to look back and Open letter whole activity program was put that occurred ball tam, the '
Thursday November 8. ID64 U.s. Sugar: Corporation beganIts ray: that If this: or that had been in ,Jeopardy by a few irresponsible or the lame at the tonel
harvest season, grinding sugar would not have of the student adults cannot be
done the events I am proud eel and we, the eo
and storing In a new $200- happened. No one could believe body and the football team of We of f the adult world woulddo Iston. elJzeDi: of
must
THE, CLEWISTON NEWSPublished 000 warehouse completed during leases marketPete that It could have happened In dewlston High School They accepted well to take a lesson from for accept the fun
The was
the past year sugar ponnaibWty the
;
action
dewlston. but it did.I their responsibility last these young people. Regardlessof 0
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Owiiton, stored there during the spring Clemons of Okeechobee believe that most everyone Friday night as mature responsible what we might believe concerning C
Tlorlda by The Clewlston Newt, Inc.. a Florida Corporation. and transferred to the Savannah well known in the cattle Industry shared the same opinionof citizens. It was difficult the officiating of Friday J Chapmaa,
at Savannah -
Sugar Refinery in this area and In the state, officiating, which the Supervising
the
Entered ai Second Clan Matter February 1, 1927 at tM during the summer to
leased the Glades Livestock have r
bn
Post Office: !in Clewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of make room for the fall production. Belle Glade. His school would probably protested
Market In vigorously. An aggressive
March 3. 1879. US. Sugar Corp cannot
fore'most
tint sale was last Mondaydemons spirit has made dewlston
of Its cur
sell any carryover
outstanding rodeo but on this
EDITORIAL until an In many ways
NATIONAL
ORID4 rent sugar production Is and partowner have
performer. manager occasion we should applied
"IAS Tto Jan 1.'Future. of the Livestock Marketin more self-restraint to this
''I l. : :: Homemakers Installed
his
J Edwina SpurUn president. Okeechobee. In discussing spirit and let logic rule rather
ACM IA new venture he saidMWe: will than emotions.
r Martha. Davis vice president
continue the same policies at of the event
0 0 N Subscription Rates 14.00 per year and Marjorie Brown secretary. The seriousness
Belle Glade that have proven completely overlook
cannot be
NM Guaranteed) Farmers were guests at
c (Return Future
BOWDEN outstandingly successful In the ed. As of this writing I understand
grioN BERYL Publisher the ceremony. operation of the Okeechobee that consideration Is being See us/sir WE deliuer

S. H. STALLS, Manaflnt Editor Livestock. given to issuing summons :
'j l Dr. Howard Bill president of of people who
Telephone: business and Editorial. Yukon 3-1201 to a number '
Advertising Rates en application The management reservef e Sonny SezThe the Glades Livestock Market were more responsible for the
the right to reject any objections advertisement! Association, said that In leasingthe occurrence to appear before The big car with no junior
Mil NEWS aaaamaa no raaponalblUty far tae ratura afaollelte so' market to demons 'wehave the Municipal Judge
manuacrlpta or ahotograahaTHB election Is over and we kept the general welfare We must all try to preventthis
raapoaalalllty for tpfrrnphtaal >
error NEWS: or aaaumaa eomnlwlon' no flntaolal In adTarllaaraaat bat If mlHIadf have a president and a governor of the Glades livestock Industryas from happening again !In
such errors before the next issue of which par will raprlnt ooourrad.cos.costly for better or worse let the controlling factor. We dewlrton. Let's all pause a moment : editions to lompromise
adYartlaamant la the arror .
that part of Uia
have worked out an arrangement the
la the events time alamant would rends the eorraotlea valua us hope for the better. and reevaluate reasons
1..s. the' News will reduce the price of the advartlaamaat or aa. -U- which will return a reason'able for sporting events and
amount aqua to tha pareantara at the total apaaa at the arraaaeua of .
return on investments the privilege! of being a spectator
er omitted copy r.prossated.It's The Lions dub Is to be commended the stockholders, demons has to such events, and from your inuEStment.
for its efforts to fill the proven his ability to operate a this learn a few lessons that
void created 'by the abolishing livestock market serving South time
till
. i history now. of the Halloween Carnival. The Florida," can ends.be used from now Chrysler for 1965 is a big car. 18 feet of comfort, two tons

Funlval provides Wholesome entertainment Kersey Hayes wffl be the new T. H. Jones Jr. Mayor
of It shares its with abbreviated
name no
security.
THIKTT TEAKS: AGO The Parent-Teacher Association for hundreds of auctioneer. He Is not new to the versions.

: (From Owhitoa. N.... Carnival netted $1,100 for youngsters and Is a community Glades, having been an auctioneers : Chrysler New Yorker. Chrysler 300. Chrysler Newportbig.car .
without profit in mind. for
I the P'I'oSue Cornette and service In Okeechobee sew
1134)President )
November Roosevelt 2. recommended John DeValcourt were queen It takes a great deal of time eral :years.QEAR names that stand for full value. We sell them. And when
that the 5% and king, crowned with appropriate to plan set up and man the t GOD 15 1
.. government to Congress employee. pay. cut ceremony by C. :E. Miner. numerous concession stands at 4 is e n KEEPINGBOOKS you buy one from us, you know you've got all car under you.

be restored by. July 1. bringingthe Belle Glade Rams defeatedthe the exhibition building duringthe We're also big-car men with a special talent for beating
back to the 1932 leveL Clewlston Tigers 83.7.Pete evening \
Senator pay Duncan U. Fletcher Chagarls enclosed a couple -55- ON YOU anybody's deals. See us. We deliver seas

:o pointed out that the Homestead of German paper money Many. thanks are In order for -=.-11II His eternal records will
Exemption law U passed would 'f bills in a letter to the News. the help In preparing tM election reveal how you express
cut oft some revenue from the. Pete said he was homesick tor returns. To Jack Fry for ) SIR: your love for Him. "...
government which would haveto some Clewlston sunshine. painting the boards to Joe Sex- i
student continuously -
be replaced from other ton and John Jones for the lettering In school we the MI YOU I'Ilr'_ .
.
told to ;
are accept I
Ml' { !'
sources. He said only 17% of TEN TEAM AGO to Redish Electric for that with
responsibilities go
Florida residents were property (From Ciewtaton News furnishing the TV and to the adult-hood. After viewing the
owners and that the 83* who Ntvember 4, MM) City' Police Department for conduct of our adults on theCane 9:45: A.M. t
vote for the amendment have Lights were Installed on the blocking: the street. Field Friday night I Sunday School
been misled. Nuisance taxes .
at Air Glades State
runways would be idea 11:00 A.M.
think It a good :
will result said the senator, because
Airport If all Adults reviewed their responsibilities Revival Service
the government will haveto Dave Click was elected preyIdent Two injured in Communityand '
to the
make up lost revenue. of the Glades County the School.I "The Tragedy of Delay"

Charlie Miner shipped the Farm Bureau. was totally ashamed of whatI 6:15: P.M.Tra1nJnq .
first carload of beans from the There light vote
was a very falls ,
ssw and not to my surprise Union
dewlston in election Tuesday. separate
area. the general dewlston High School students
Mrs. A. W, Lawrence, Mrs. Only 663 of the 2.971 registeredelectors weren't involved. To my knowledge 7:30: P.M.
J Vrey Waldron and Miss Boncell cast ballots. Elected Miss Marian Leydlg, dewls- I there wasn't the first
Stone entertained In honor of business woman REVIVAL SERVICE"A
were Leroy Collins governor; ton'i pioneer high school student In the fight
'1 MM. A. W. Sias. a recent bride. Dwight Rogers, congressman Is recuperating from an Injury But who is responsible the Young Man Meets God"
Glenn Terrell, State Supreme sustained when she slipped on the
,/ Adults, and who will suffer
.1 TWENTY TEARS AGO Court Wm. R. Neblett, state the concrete floor at the laundry 8:00: P.M. Wednesday

(Fran Clew..... News, senator Elbert Stewart, representative about ten days. ago She suffered ,School.I can only say that I hope we Mid-Week Prayer ServiceNursel'1
t November a. 1M4)) Selden Stewart Judge a broken kneecap and
turn be better Americansand
out to for all services
J t The Canebrake opened Its Small Claims Court: Bob Hare, has the Injured member In a open
restaurant and cocktail Jud Abner Vann, school in bed. Sportsmen.A
I' : lounge Francis cast After a few days STUDENT
.\ with Jos Dsgorette, of New board J. O. Davidson Sr. andR. she was promoted to a wheelchair See your Chrysler Decler-The mail who delivers.
I'
York as manager. C._Nowllng, county commlsi then to crutches and First
j now expects to move about LETTER TO TIlE EDITOR BAPTIST CHURCH
with the aid of a cane and the CLEWISTON NEWS
1 plaster cast for a few more The turn of events that occurred :- VENTURA AT CENTRAL
P weeks while the knee completes after the football game Bob L. Christie Pastor BECK MOTORS
\ APARTMENTS healing last Friday night was to say
: Frank Cox of Frank's Grocery "
t and Market:Is'working with i i '> I f Highway and San Benito Street Qewiston
a
his left arm In a cast, having
broken the wrist in a fall at his
: FOR RENT home. Cox was nailing a sheetof
,
,, plywood on the roof of a shed
for his boat: the plywood slipped
t MOBILE HOME OWNERSOffer
: oneand two-bedrooms ] and Cox leaned forward
.i ; losing his balance and felling e '
built-in kitchens headdowa to the concrete floorIng SPECIAL End 15 Nov. 64

:' -- all tile baths ., and. the He suffered broken wrist"I severe bruise t! 20' x 10' PATIO COVER or AWNINGALL

t completely furnished hope It doesn't Interferewith
L
: A N t my. hUDtIn,." he said ALUMINUM EMBOSSED FINISH

: at 330 to 346 East Trinidad '![
200 square feet .024 gauge metal
I/ Glade Roofing Co.AI .
,.., j .' Rental Agent tf! Trpee ef Roil art F. O. B. .$139.95 Clewiston-LaBelle]

.*' gheet Metal Wart

r i-, /t J Jo E. Beardsley New Repair CaMtreettam late er HENDRY COUNTY ALUMINUM SALESCI.EWJ8TON.1'L&

r 1\ 2-7111 FLM
'' Phone LaBELLE
: CALL NOW
BKOKEft
: REGISTEEED REAL ESTATE
f Day er Uvesds*. GREG: ES8U I FOK EASTON BPCBAID
ftl 201 East Bugarlaad Phone TU 2-7W1 P. O. Bet 1243 OQ TV S-m DELIVERY 0& WU
CLEW IS ION. FLA.
\ r choose NOW.
.J

,; \:; from the
?

DISCOUNT largest selection of quality


f *> > Eir SPECIALS <<* watchesBULOVA To the patrons of





Glades Livestock Mark
FISHING
Dalton Special plugs all sizes 99C| '


TACKLE Coleman Lanterns 2 mantle 13.951 1 1 Ij
f

j LIVE BAIT Cane Poles 39c up! Bucktail Jigs pkg. 4 98c!
We bring to the Glades livestock Markein

AMMO Heavy Duty Glass Rods, roller guides 1 14.951


;' ....., -, -, Belle Glade the same policies that have mad

.
f, Western Hats'2252983.98 f the Okeechobee Livestock Market outstandin
an
Western and. Hunting caps, sun caps, work caps 39c up

Ranch Wear Levi's jackets khakis dungarees, work shirts success. .-

i Western belts runderwear. socks, etc.

.
- -
- -

EXTRA SPECIAL! Watches, Gruen and Wal- Wale/nn.tt CMMttrt-Matar ratttM MM These lif
... mCa.If Java Mockmftla!awllt* policies have developed from a
.' tham. 17.jewellifetime guarantee, waterproof, few w '*.tMJf

II W O'W'JI! shockproof. Unbelievable. Wholesale Prices ep time of
experience in livestock an
i Save $20 $30 and more! SI holds any BULOVA'til Christmas! production

I _ -
:' 1 let our Watch Experts suggest the perfect 11ft...from our marketing. ,.'
large selection of the 1MWIst. Iln-qualltr Wltchtt...from
j LIKE TO 2000 pocket edition books. I 15c or trade 2 for I II!II Avoid Buova.\ Priced a. low a. $24.) '
the Chrlstmss rush! ChoOM now while our Bulova '

I i'', 0 READ ? '? Also selection of.240 hand :only 99c, each! Mbctioft I. completel ". :7'--, -V: PETE CLEMONS, Manager

V ENGEATINOON
WILL BOLD -
,., tJ\ '.4' ANT ITLZMAS ITEM FREE WE ANT BELL ITEM. KELLY HAYYES, AuctioneerFOR


I j l# AL FULLER'S COUNTRY STORE 448 G.e LryND=. CHAS. A. COX JEWELER TRUCKS, CALL BELLE GLADE 9963023race

CLEWISTON' FL01IDA 'HONE: T0 Will ,
BELLE GLADE PADOUZ:

t



--- ----



-- -- -- -
---- -- -

, .. ,. .. .., .( I ,
.
.
.
-
. .. ;"L. ._.. __ _

Fla THE CLEWISTOrf NEWS Pife Tin
Bill Norman '5 Goodyear Thursday, November S, 1964

;' rt.//,' Wl::" IA&
:''i A 1i $II


3tore-Wide p p'' .f II:

"
I


BILL NORMAN Appreciation DICKKRIEDLER ;: i iI

p
I I

Special prices good for Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 5-6-7 x i

-=- -
'. 11
"
/ Be Sure To Register For Free Door Prizes .!
\ R I
BATTERV1ILBONANZAII
1 .4 Goodyear Safety All Weather Nylon Whitewalls CPECIAL .' ':1., ; I
I .
; ; ; : ', \,
2.A Boy's or Girl'a Bicycle '

3-4 Wheels Balanced Free of Charge ;

t.r. '. T8. we.O'Y I 4-Battery to Fit Your Car. ; OFFER ; I. ..i I II I
j" ; YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN : i
I
: I

fffjllll Auto Batteries FoR P ,


1 1. Battery Clean-up Truck Batteries I \ I ,I J I,
Bring it!in,and well pull the batez j I
,dean. the terminal case,and Golf''' Cart Batteries I II I ,
I : :J i it

2. Power check & Boat Batteries '

Recharge and 4NbY !Oslo 80LDS'YOUR SELECTION, t\
We'll check power output xo
charge it tree if ifi>dow par. ,
I I
3.. Fluid and Cable TRADE NOW DURINGAPPRECIATION "
Check SALE Fruit-of-the-Loom 'r
'
Well add fluid, test your caNcI
BLANKETSDouble TRACTOR I Ji'i
1 aDd re-inataU battety. Big Trade-in Allowances TIREt t

Size Reg. $6.95
< -
Buy It! Try It! 1 IIF ;

TIRES WITH TUFSYNToughest Only $4.88 r 'i
IT DOE N'T OUTPULL AND i
;
Rubber Ever Used In Goodyear Tires 15% DISCOUNT ALL LUGGAGE OUTWEAR ANY, OTHER REAR .
Gives To 15 More .
Up % Mileage !
TRACTOR TIRE IN AMERICA,
IT WILL COST YOU !:.1*
Tubeless Nylon Has new wrap-around tread that extends '
,_.. NOTHING
SAFETYALLWEATHER around the edge of the tire to give more Zebco Thermos
traction,stability,and smooth response TW Itn't.a better value than Super.Torquel l lll : !
dig. deeper, pull. harder,wears longer than '
when turning.
you're REEL JUGS ,..
Blackwall WHITEWALL any ether tractor tl Angle-braced lugi are I
the reason-on engineering break through ;
IIosUwfatltft"0" Reg. $5.95 Reg. $4.95 which allow extraordinary lug length and 1
FadqChord. depth. W In a full Maion's ute ((90 days) you I '
far We tnodd :\1
-
.s Only Only find a tire other than special purpose tires thatoutpulls .'!"
and outwear Super.Torque, |lust return
trade-In price4for75w .trade-In price trade-In price .$2.99 It and get your money backl) ,;
1369 2.99 C Cy "i I
4 for$91.20NOW ,' 4 for *104M Get the only tire with : !
)
NOW JUST JUST NOW JUST ndueta14n Angle-Braced Lugs..todayl

4 4for$6Oj$ 4'"J72' 4 for =83 i -J

5% DISCOUNT ON ALL SMALL i
GOOD' YEAR Hp
PAIR PRICES JUST EXACTLY HALF! ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ", I II I

'. I

Tubeless Rayon Approved for'64 cars by all U.Scar I i i i
CUSTOM makers. Built with 3.T Rayon cord for Stainless Steel! I"I"SPECIAL
SUPER.CUSHION maximum strength and resilience.7,800 BIG CAR !

Blackwall gripping edges f 2/2 qt. Tea Kettle'. r I


I $1495: -41"e.. $299 MlXEft MalbhOOsblacktubitai -4::f: 1 1I "

I I trade-In price MIXING BOWLS
trade-In price trade-In price4for'114M 11. .
4 for <92M 4 for 125w '' J
HIM W.M*qokklf lor tat,. .
NOW JUST NOW JUST NOW JUST lnitai totttt, gcUtlo/ 21UM ;

4 4for$69$ t4 4 for $85 ax. 4for394.0 lieu buttsa Spool sod pouring MjrUd u4 dew-lot pub ttrfUllog t p.PENGUIN with .l tutoltm wed MualcM cooMractioa It ntn-daxabl i II :
SOL/O COPPER BOTTOM ...d*tu M.u lf rijhl.la. che PAIR PRICES JUST EXACTLY HALF I USED TIRES .s' 1- ;
01 mI'.a-' '"" I .
Ian "' BRIGHT ALUMINUM AND BLACK ; '
t ;
1J ELECTRICAL 26 r SERVING I' .


?WI 1 2I1UIIIItie. r l t [ :Tjj : HOT/COLD SERVER OVEN ,;i 4 ya t+ I


GIFT CIRCUIT $ 9 9 $299

** _.
....., ....., .... I
,
A Wight xkltfloo M jroof dlniMr. / or piety Ktfft K cp tolljk brad wars tight down tn Inni
Ira nbo from Jmtiq cold-hot dhltw day M suing asset-... A handy companion on pknia and n**' g.
...
I' .pwncure. Brilllaal cuCOCI&IIJAcr wkk steint.c.Lbprool.lwwmq with coottaiting.MM* '.Ii-
11 I ...IoMI. Z..'... I

.... ) Ir. .f 1

: ... Bill Norman's! Goodyear ''ir I g I


10 on All Major Existing

% Discount Floor| stock Appliances BOND STREET PHONE YU 2091 ....1 CLEWLSTON.FL+A.



-



Four THE CLEWISTON NEW Clewtston, Fla. TB in cate that the child has tuberculosis great grandchildren.One .

Thursday. November S, 1904 Toggery Shop program but that there are tuberculosis ion, Jack Frltchey. and
germs in his body two daughters. Mri D N Cur.
--
---- ----- here
progress Dr. Hill also stated that a ry and Mrs. E L. Rutland, are

Engagementis Mrs Douglas Lewis, Mrs. J. E sale marked "The Tuberculosis and Respiratory comprehensive follow-up program residents of Oewiston.
Lucas, Mrs Robert McColley Disease Association of to locate the unknown
announced Mrs James McPhall Charles Broward Glades and Hendry case of TB contacts of children SU iII' L-

E. Miner, Jr, Mrs Roger Min- 25 anniversaryThe counties in conjunction with the who were fopnd to be reactors Band fund drive

Mr. and Mrs George G Jepson nich, Mrs. Tom Owens, Mrs. Health Departments In Glades will be carried on by supplies
announce the engagement Richard Phelps John Potter, and Hendry counties are at this Health Department personnel. ,
John Scheffler. W. A. Siewert, Toggery Shop, which cele- time conducting a massive
of their daughter, Barbara in reaches $5,400The
brates its 25th Anniversary
Mrs. Donald Stiles, Bill Wood- Tuberculin Testing Program in -
Evelyn, to Gerald C Belts of
Clewlston is a store which has Tri-County Days 11
son, Mrs. James Younkman and all the schools in Glades and
Clew ston. son of Mr and Mrs
'J with the town, and its
Mrs. Billy Bass and Gene Click grown Hendry counties drive for funds being con
II C E. Betts of Sarasota. of Moore Haven.Rainbow proprietor, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, observed hereThe ducted by the Sugarland Band

has been at the helm since its "With parental consent, the. of Clewlston high school has ( '
origin. Christmas Seal Association is annual "tri-county days" now reached a total of 15.400, '
testing for tuberculosis reactorsin celebration will be held at the
Girls Mrs. Owens moved to Clewls more than half way to Its goalof
each child from kindergarten Old South B-Q Ranch this weekend $10.000. a
ton in 1939 and established the
thru high school, using volunteer .
of students
Recent work project -
in of
the a
hold store rear portion
meetingSuzanne beauty nurses from Broward, Carroll Benson, president of have earned more than
store-room occupied by 4: -
.Glades and Hendry counties the Clewlston Chamber of Com- $1,000, to go with 1.200 In do. (
Peers presided overa shop on the Bond Street side, '
.1W the. Program Director merce and Ranch operator,has Ov
pledged
nations and funds by
regular meeting of the Order of the Nickell Building then
? James Connor, of the tuberculosis set up a program which will 1j S. Corporation.
the Sugar The
of Rainbow for Girls on Mon- known as the Hopkins Building
association It is anticipated Include free rides for children -
pony will be used to purchasenew
day night. The store soon outgrew these money,
that 'more than,, 3300. .tests. and door prizes for adults. equipment and Instruments
small quarters and Mrs. Owens. s
Christmas cards and decorations moved into an entire'. .storeroom frill. 'be given. He ,Jill ..Agreed to,prQ'lde.an Band members, still searching .,
'are now being sold by at.her' own,, the space The local Health Department .'ja: \you members and they were re presently occupied by Carithers: frond each county win conduct" Vices. minded the follow-up program1, i-ray- ,Thew eekend feature is dedjtfated
that Nov. 18 Is the TV & Radio. Her tock and fix window washing car wash- ,
deadline for turning !in" money tures were expanded in this location log tuberculin' reactors and'. .locating : idreshents/o, )( Hendry. Ing lawn .mowing, painting,
from their sales. ,Extra points suspects indicated.Nurses Glades and Palm Beach counties. 'work.
baby and yard
sitting
and}many;,!pew,lines wereradded. '' ;
conducting the tests .
will be given to the girls;who ." 11eyar'! seeking to earn. another -
sell the most, with 100 points on i volunteer basis ere:"'Mrs. WOO by the'end of theyear.

being given the highest seller, Later,when m' vacancy occur, Nancy Mlbt 1eU, BrOwird county ', Workers can be contacted' by RESTAURANT

75 to the next highest and 50 to red in the building on the Sugar. Mrs. David PatQson, Clew ". Of f icia) visit t, : calling the band room .at _YU,

the third. There will be a special land Highway side; Mrs'Owens' bin, ,Mrs.. :Hiniard,... >jfcoreIlsved 2-4273. or Band Captain Ken
prize for first place.> moved !Into this 'location.. Here ,' sirs.. Tracy Fountain, Young a* YU 3-1UL' \. Open 6 A.M. to 9 P.M..S .
Miss Jepson attended Clewls Eastern : "
her space was larger and the Moore Haven and Dr. EllzabtehBrungsrd to StarAn 3
ton High School and U knownIn ." -""window display-space"was i4so of LaBeH4 Mfal'Edaa i .flr r r. I. ,.I' garland Hwy-
the area through her participation official visit'CJt Mrs. Adele Clewistonl
Becker; public'Health! nurse ;
more adequate.
in school activities. ,j Robertson, Worthy Grand1 ,Matron Electf
many World traveler -
on
I ,The present location of |he': Volunteers to aid the nurses recurs '
Mr. Betts attended Sarasota f!'A stare is adjoining this locationand and the TB Association eoordIn. of Grand Chapter of Florida : .You con buy a cow .. Elect a president
: schools, and is manager of ,. the last move was made in .tot;"'J amt s Connor' for theprogr.m of the Order of the Eastern posted at News farm .. or Quarterback a football Plant
i
Glades Roofing Company ini Star will take place tomorrow team and
lectures hereMrs. order to are under the direction SHELBY'S
gain more depth in the DELICIOUS Sic SPECIAL]
i Clewlston. .
of Mrs Fred Baker, night at 8 p m. at Masonic BalL homemade
store handle Hendry
:, A December wedding is being spsgeto the enlarged County Hospital Auxiliary Dir- Mrs. Robertson is from Bis- The dewlsion News.election rolls and puddings) whfle you're m.ee1ln9 your
merchandise.Ageochted
planned. Robert G. Williams of stocksf lira,the store with ector of Volunteer Services, cayne Bay Chapter No. 75, Mia- -reporting service worked efficiently at the GLADES RESTAURANT f. .

Lake Worth world traveler and Mrs.!Owens; are tier daughters- Mrs. Orvls Sykes of Moore Haven mL She will be Joined by other ,:Tuesday night, and 'returns

Choral lecturer will give an Illustrated in-law,. Mrs, Claire Owens and and Mrs.. William Maddox grand chapter. .officers, for the : ,,from the .JO precincts of
group talk Christian missions in the
on Mrs. Mary Loq Owens, Mrs. G. ot LaBelle. occasion. ,Hendry County:were posted onboards
new nations of the world next The dinner the Pit Room News
at front of the
'' On Monday, 1165 tests on the
; H Coleman al#> !bee been with were
plans concertsThe Sunday at the First Methodist of the Glades Restaurant will 15 minutes

the.store for several ,.ara-; and given at the Clewlston elementary Buld!ng. starting only
Church. The appearance Is precede the visit, the dinner be- after the polls closed at
Mrs. R/L. Morgan and high schools; Moore ,
joined
"Sugarland ,
Singers a
sponsored by the Woman's Society staff the Haven elementary and high ing held at 6:30. There will bea 7 p.m First precinct to reportwas ATTENTION !
choral group, has been rehears- of Christian Service and more.recently. t
school will total 732; Harlem Dutch treat breakfast on. Sat- ,' No 10. LaBelle.
ing each Monday night at the
the Commission on Christian urday at the Clewlston Inn at the cooperation of the
-Academy\ a total of 57S and Through
high school in preparation for a ;
series of Christmas concerts Social Concerns Local 'girl cast LaBelle, Including' 'Daniels I a.m. City In permitting closing of a Farmers, Ca Growers and Rancher
school) will total 727. portion of Central Avenue during ,
Dr. L. G. Vaughn. Jr., direc- Mrs. Williams, just returned '
tor of the chorus, said that although from a speaking tour of the New in Tests will be made on Wednesday the' early part of the evening LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

the group was pointing England States, will show slides college play Thursday and Friday the returns were easily WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING

: for a concert at the high school taken in such diverse places as Betty Ann Edwards Ferguson afternoons. seen by all who wished to come
j Dr. William F. Hill health and no traffic: hazard was created -
Burma Ghana
the night of Dec. 1it also Nigeria South daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. H. '
Africa officer for the two counties, Television returns were A Law C.., Farm .
i would be available for concertsin Hong Kong, Jerusalem Whiddon of Clewiston, has been Discharged: Mertgwge
wishes to advise that a positive given on a set installed as a FEDERAL
India LAND
.J nearby communitiesThe find the Philippines.The BANK LOAN
; cast In "The Grass Harp", a Retina Maddox, Jo Ann Sanders Elec
test doesn't necessarily indi.IiJi public service by Redish .
singers, comprising both public is Invited to attend comedy by Truman Capote" The Marlon Leydlg J. D. trio Will Furnish Cash TeKefhUMee

men and women, have been in the free lecture which begins at 1964 Fall production of the Steadman, Vernon Prevatt, Jessica It was estimated' that 75 to e debts.Flnaaee .
J practice for two months. 7:30 p.m. Persons desiring 'additional Serampore Players is being Llndsey, Richard Kreldler, 100 watched the returns e farm bnpreremenU, are bulldJnn.
The group consists of Miss information may call presented for seven performances Betty Dunning George 'Cason, persons at during the chase wind machine aa4 tartan. Irrlgattoa.

Elise Aytes, J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, Mrs. in the Serampore Playhouse James Wright, Margie Oliphant, evening some and after time the service C Assist to perches ef a farm, grove er raick.
l Mrs. Bob Christie Mrs. Ernie Frank Zemonek or Pastor David at William Carey Collegein Annie Booth, Lucy Howard, O. Purchase mere lead
ended the
kepton
was lights were
Hill, Mrs. Lewis Kelly, Mrs. Denslow of First Methodist Hattlesburg Mississippi. DI- C. Wilcox, Arthur Baum, Cecil and e Pr: vide capital fund for the farm outerprto.
the board all night numerous -
i'' 1 Robert Kelly, Ircel Knedler, Church.MYRTIS' recting Mr. Obra Quave, head Morrison, L. M. Lilly ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
to
came by see
of the department --............--.... Remaining: how the persons voting went by precincts HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES.
--- Betty Ann is a second semester Lucy Howard, Margaret 1. Lewer pinaents.t. .

junior at William Carey College ,PERSONALS Blackman, Rev. James D. The News plans to continuethe Laager terms (sip te tt years I.a. .

and is pursuing majors in Blackman, Margaret Bowers, reporting service at the Dependable service serving agriculture j clail*
i BEAUTY SHOP speech and drama and physical Charles Straughn, Delma For. News Building in future elections. mace 1.17)).

education. She was properties Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly rester, Charles Stiles, James W. The crowds during the. 4. Fall prepayment privileges without pnilu
I manager In the 1963 Fall prod- have returned from Waynesvllle Clark, William Dunaway, Sherrl primary elections great t..' Lean service BT ices! peeple familiar with .toil eeultore.
is one year old this week, and we uction of "The Heiress" and appeared N.C. to spend the winter Tatum, Jeannette Cockran, that the shubbery at are the so Chamber .

wish to thank all the patrons who in the Serampore Play months in their home on Eipernza Alicia Morris Denial Weather- of Commerce building, If we .mm be ef service'te yea please writ, .r phm
ers' musical review of "The Avenue. Mrs Kelly's ford, Julia Crawford Joyce formerly used, .suffered. W. R. MAT Mgr er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Amt Mir
have helped make it a successful year. Dean and I" in Dec.: of 1963. mother Mrs. M. T. Hood who Posey Julia Billle Lorene < S. ft Stalls and Andrew
Betty is also a member of the Clemons, Eula Mae Mitchell
has been !in North Carolina with Clarke manned the local boards, Federal Land Bank Associationof
We Blazer Club Physical EducationClub them, stopped for visit
are closing this week at 2:00: p.m. a short BIRTH and the News at LaBelle. conducting -
.
B S U. and a member of with another daughter, Mrs
each day in order to take an advancedcourse the Litean Society. She U a Gladys Smith in Avon Park. of Mr.Felda and are Mrs the Dale proud Dunaway there telephoned a similar returns operation from Bradenton

1961 graduate of Clewlston High Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle, of parentsof .
in hair styling in West Palm School. Monticello a daughter, Stacy Margo, who the western precincts as soon rilONE: 743-SMI BtADEVTOM
the
spent weekend
was born October 8th. The baby as they were available.
Beach. visiting friends in Clewlston and
weighed six
pounds, four ounces
Moore Haven Mr. Settle, former
Happy BirthdayNov. editor of the News, is now
With
sincere
'
appreciation
.A' editor and publisher of The OBITUARIESRoscoe

/ :f MYRTIS Whiddon 5-Vlola Owen, Hilda Ellington Monticello News '
..1' Eddie Langdale, Gene Mr. and Mrs. C. E.. Miner' YXAW\'TAY
NOW
Edwards, Maxine Halt Jr. spent several days over the FritcheyRoscoe
,.1 Nov. ft-C. L. Booth. Ceorgean- weekend visiting in West Palm \

ne Ford Gary Clark, Mrs. Beach. Frltchey, 78, of Pompano .
( :! Eudolie Mueller. Tom Dunkln of Atlanta; a Beach died Oct. 31 at the '
r 20% hold purchase 'til Christmas
Nov. 7-Gene Anderson, Ethel former editor of the Democratin Hollywood Memorial Hospital any
Wiggins.Isabel Barrios. Moore Haven was In Clew after a long Illness.
Nov. Carolyn Keen, Rodney iston the first of the week. Mr. He is survived by his widow -e

f I give every Bishop, Jr., Margaret Fed-, Dunkin recently accepted a position Ira. six sons and two daughters

r11AtSlOf11 rick Joe Peters, Glenore Pit- with the Atlanta Journal ; 24 grandchildren and 2SJOHNNY'S

'j zen, George McGee, Henry
g 2nd gallon FREE Keechl, J. M. Fountain, W.
1 W. Sage.

,Nov. 9-Frances Benefield Bill r
',\ Doane, Kitty McLeod Cal SEAT COVERS
at Ballentine
Donna Redish.
,Nov 10-Nan Hall, John Barton '
\
has moved its
Jr. to new location at
.,
'. Nov. 11-Perl Spires, Gale Bem-
AI Fuller'sCountry bry Clark. 417 WEST SUGARLAND HIGHWAYauto

Nov. 15-Dorothy Lee, Mrs. M.

C. Keene, Joanne Hlngson, glass seat covers upholstery ti
i Paul Hlleman v '
Jackie Gold-
man. Phone YU 3-3271 for Estimates

j Store l rayoa aerilii

Country club chat CLEWISTON FLORIDA J{ with in% njloa bindings


Letty McConvllIe CHATHAM 72"x90" blanket.

i ,Complete line of paints and i > i ,,> :' .in pink, gold, blue,
supplies. After their morning round of .-'. : ..j .:., IIIUI' 'III'" IJD" 'I r QQ
golf tomorrow the Ladles association tureen, erange PJ.7O
Over 1500 colors to choose from. will hold their monthly -

meeting starting at 12:15: LOOM JEWEL electric blanket
interior exterior p.m. The yearly election of officers -
$4.98 &
j gal. up.wy will take place followed THRIFTYDRUG : completely washable, doable bed alas

-'- MalOalm'Nan by a luncheon at Mrs Earl (year guarantee, floral pattern
: EAST!; SCGAKLAND HIGHWAY HartzeU's home. A wenderfol gift
|Q QQ
l 11) CLEWISTON.. FLORIDA Tde wlnnen at last Friday's for ..,M e $>10.70 p
golf were LJlah Florentine and /o .
1' PHONE TTken I-32S1 Addle MeOeehee for having the Lay-away Now .. .

J' ....., best five holes Congratulations
!rJ

.A J

.r Homemade'Salisbury Steak


J BOAT, CAR OWNERS CARPORT SPECIAL! mashed potatoes, sliced carrots :

Italian bread or hot rolls ,WaJUIl cl<
; I 8 posts 20'xlO' prefabricated &GdpNllNe



M: ,Model nab.No.WIND,20.All LOADING white. Model e-lb.No.WIND. 60 LOADING- All white. 58c or 2 for 98c 1 eu.w,, lj( -htit wi

4' HAtDWABE. POSTS INCLUDED ATTACHED FREE STANDING hoodedSWEATSHIRTS ecI 117101I. eott alo

BEAUTIFUL WATER TIGHT ENGINEERED SIGN SWEAT SHIRTS _1dlteda. eaIen sc. prints

I' t ALLALVMINI7M ALL Frozen cheese cake 25 c.uotsEL
j'w white, red. black 1g. '
1m.. mwait.ed..
I 11-1.:
l $219 95 cuEmsnb N 'BEliE $269.95 $4.49 $2.49 $5.98 to 516.98

f t
THRIFTY breakfast: :3 hot- E

t COutITY ALUMINUM SALES cakes coffee 39t DEPARTMESTORE
i'l HENDRYG1EQ' BSSC* I'A8TON BuaCILUD syrup, butter.. 4 z PARKINSON'S'

I aewlstols OFFE: ENDSNOV' LaDeDeIl SHIE -
11 'M OL I-UI;. !?f'. .. ..' .;m -
Il I' ". :TLJ:.J.m: I S "" Sugarland Highway ClewutoPage



, ,:,. -



-
I '. !; .
'I"
... ." 7 J, ,l I; ) s.Clewlelion.- -




Cl -w1ston mounted Hi first fell THE CLBWISTON NEWS Page live
sustained drive of the was credited with s:ven individual eled and redecorated by the new Junior League 5th Glades Sugar House Fla.
Park evening November 8, 1964
and Fla. National Bank Thursday
seven assist 6th
on firm. Tuesday Oct. 27
yon with less than four minutes to defense. ...
, 1)iI ) Angela 18, Devils 6 lash Team Series -- -
I CGIIllnutd from rate go In the fourth quarter and Offensively Donnie Edwards General Acceptance Corporation Warriors 14, Comets 6 Cox Jewelry ... ............ 1807E.
( punted drove for 80 yards following the and David Carlton has branches in many parts Thursday Oct 29 T. Dlogardl .............. 1624
I, had bard 7gJohnwaC the AP end kIckoff zone.which Bowden went out of Bundy said.were outstanding of the United States, Canada Angels 12. Comets 18 Jones Texaco ........ 1605 Lake league "
II pc', ,dater fielded theo ball went in Arcadia was Idle and other countries. Officials Warriors 30 Devils t High Team Game
last
J McGee to apparently from five yards out. The entire and will be at full week for said the new branch hopes to Junior standings Cox Jewelry ................. 61B Team high fine:* Ship Best Way! i
strength
* him Rudd caught the drive. Clewlston took less than two minute this week's conference game in become an integral part of the Warriors ..nn.............._ 5 0 E. T. Dlogardl -.........,...-.. 570 Caritbers Radio and TV 888
II Ible. Doug tackled about the Park* took then held Avon Arcadia. Coach Bundy feels the community and welcomes' the Comets) .......n ..............- 3 1 Jones Texaco .. .... .........-- 543 Team high act \
.n udsineeof Avon Park.'How ball about midfield possession of the Tiger will be In excellent shape opportunity to be of service. Devils ..... .nn ................. 1 4 High Individual Cairo: Frostle ._..............-.-.._ 2513Men'sTUgh REA
,. the -.h1.Ue driven to the and had for the gams, a* Alberto Mor- Angels .............................. 1 4 Jerry Ashley .............._.._.. 172 !
gbownanduA/ n Park, rposseSSion seven yard line as rell will return to full offensiveand Picture are valuable Margie Hayes ................__ HO :: sets and games:
) after which the clock (;fan out. defensive duties. Delorea' Hill ...........-__... 169 Ugh FREE PICK-UP
jined \\110 perlOnal penalty.a qewlitaa. ,g.O. .7. 0 7 14 field victims of hurricanes Cl o and Bowlingnews and DELIVERY G
manlikecgrlduct! : Immediately after the Dora found that pictures of Roadrunner's leaguetotal 0. Waters .__._. S32 196 '
ia\th 9 contrfYcr.r.,Vt t iTa' game when overzealous 213 ., '
assessed < fsarres Tiger B. LaGarde '
,, .1- their: homes establish '1'.540'
them
, o ldri"'. l':7:11\-";3; J pea-'e.0+ I I 'lA n.Oi'it Clew.. fans, resenting the attitude and the extent helped of damage. Valuable H. Vaughn ...._! W 188 P} olioYU. 2.2141EDWARDS i ;
iIaI l'llII to the \ .jySjRMUiil. s'\,1F010'. \ mt'V u the decisions of the officials trees and shrubs are sometimes Team Standings W L pin J, E. Williams ,.,-.r(.ilS 190 Jr.. lf.; ;
doable ever'shbwaa ". ; .t :::..f 4-a undertook to express their opInions Included In Sugarland Jr. Meadow :::.!'.Li''511 196
_ ful and against Clew-! P.Yard... Paulnc Intercepted by 0 0 71 0 to them, both verballyand > for which your storm the Insurance damage Pharmacy .-. 22y4 13tt 20.034 B. Littler.,-;._.,, 214 r. -. "ii'
backfired physically. Ladies of the l lake 16 20.124 .. ., 560 190
Dl Glade Puma Avr( 0 -n.1 tan payj and it helps to have ;'Clewlston Inn 20 S. Smith r '
rumbled on the nine yard rum!>l.. lo.t by 1 i The ensuing melee was quick A&W Root Beer 19 17 20.059 /. Pelham ";",."r.I'"m 195 I:
pictures to substantiate
**I where Bobby Coleman reft Tares J-.n.Uud lI.a ly squelched, but not before a claim. your Total, ;National Guard 17 '19 19.937 F. White ........"-r'' 500 199 : f i :
) for the Devils. HalblJ tin, player of week regrettable Incident which may Wine Loaea Pins' Clewlston Bar 17 '19 19,653 R. Johnson, Sr __ 514 1711 I
gf and Butler kicked the bring penalties on Clewlston Old South ._n.- .24 B 1167,, Hendry; Tractor 12ft 23* 19.806 .Bill: Sage ._, ----. 'SU 191 ifs lombbg RepairReplaEements. ,
poiDL Coach Joe 'Bundy was hestl- High School from the State High PSSC "n.. 20 12 17883' HUh, handicap ..ImMrUiuI, B. Cambers 503 184 f ,
.-trI scored thi'T1nal ABojpctdoee tant in naming! a player of the School Athletic Association. I Glades. Bestaurapt 16,?18043 three gameaMargaret "J I ,
midwat6Gt1eurth week, however he."singled out No players, students, teachersor .&iI'Temperature ParkJnson'.n. J5 17 ?JT714 Cochran ...,-- ,,658 list place team; Frostle., Won Installations. .
. lliod with a 23-y.r4 gallop off the defensive work, of .Edwin member of their' families Hare Lumber .:.. .U < 17 ,,15770 Shirley: Lavari ......._..._ 610 ,20, lost .8. Trouble Shooting .j I i I ISeptic
) cumaxln, 3T-yarcl drlve. ; Cato who made 13 assists and 6 were Involved 1n the"Incident, WaldroD,Motor ll IS 17826 Mary Rudd 606High <1, team Chuck Wells -"Jo"
2nd 'place : : :
lCkJe PAT wil wide. ;. J Individual! tackles. MandytMor"TOO Which has been' reported by Sport Shop -K?,, 13 19 18088 handicap Indivduai ra 18, lost 10. Tank JL I I!
rainfall Motor won
,I" Clewlston High, School Coach and Jenes. _..,,, ..,,...11 ,,2; 17429 Margaret Cochran .__..-.. 240'', Company Specialy". i:
Bundy to the' state during the past week: High Scratch Game .; tied between
association. Shirley: Lava .,WHh:o233 ret place team "
High and low t"\ ?.Wfnniekank .e f...,..**- SIS Mary Rudd....... '..*. 230 USSCXaewlston, USSC-Bryant call YU"unI'I i
1 tempe l1ltt :11)1',,: 1 '' Mlnfall "Mary Evans ._.y.. ,, ,., 208 nich. Individual swatch game and Belle. Glade Machine 325 E. V ntnlW, 4
Oct. 29 TW8 !Inch'Oct
f it one JUCIa! Handicap Came.!,.. 1. ., Margaret Cochran ',_.. 174 Works Won 15, lost 13. ;j
..SB ,,,7W4 J t nine '...Mary.Evens ,,..-.4-,.,., -264vWinnie ., ,. I
GAC'purchases Oct.Nov! 31 1 n.c.J 7948 .i none..ISNov,2 I Plank:}:,......, "..,.;' 263 '1. i; I
\ ; HUa Scratch series, ? I.r
!loc1 l loan' firm Mov! ,? 3 '8041 842 ':;''>.on.03 e Sally 'Blua ...,..;..?......,.,,,.. 501,. .v. ". .'. t ., I I.,. "If:. ', ,'""'. tr
.j n Mary Evan 483 P
Nov. 4ISVt 'nne / t "t+-- ': '>. .1
Bodes .
I.v IlUfh Handicap
l r f 4 General" AcceptanceCorporation f\\ >f Sally Blua ._.-..?,,..... 654 -. ., ". 0( ..
GFd -an International firm, has Mary: Evan ..??...v_ 6S1 r ; '. .
kcftr purchased'the'assets and business Flag football'' ,'Winnie Plank ,,,,.... ...,... 150 )'

of Glades! Loan Corporationand Do you : "

.. !1t : ,_ began bp .tlon'I' of the business Hiding League .. Sundowners league 1: :
1
Monday /mottling The Games scheduled for Wednesday lit R.
company II' continuing'. In the Oct. 28 were rained out Place Cox Jewelry2nd I .
E. T. Dlogardl have : / '
!! : same William location E. Carlson' ;"the new, uled.and will possibly; be. resched- 3rd HavJtTampa4th any 1
Jones Texaco .
manager of the 'firm comes to Monday Nov and, the Tigers '-' It: ; .' ,
tn Clewlston from Orlando.'He has beat the Rebels 134 as Carl 1 4-H-ers ; .r' ;
a, d been associated with GAC for Berner scored the lone TO for t ,
Se two and one-half years. For a the losers on a 43 yard gallop. I
.t time he was stationed In the Steve Galasslnl scored both ''of I
Belle Glade office. the winners touchdowns on runs :: at ; : i i
Mrs. Verne Harper 'who has of 47 and 9 yards your :
Fri. Sit, New g-7 ;
1 been office manager for Glades Midget aUMInf : '
Loan Corp for several years, Jets .......... S 0 DOUBLE FEATURE \ ,J ( l
will also remain with the new Tigers ..:..?,...< S I "McHale' Navy"Ernest house' / :
': firm. Rebels ..,......,...., I I Borgnute : (
? f The offices have been remod Chargers ._._ 1 t A wild-wacky TV show1' ", :i Iii ,
', ( ,'. '" t tV ,
4 "Devil ShipPirates" I. : ;...41.>.' t.)(\ -; :.; I 11t ,I

:'J. f :1

Fiery Adventure! on Hell Ship ..
....'
Bun, Mon.. Tnea. t 'i
NOV. ...-le : .

ffdf' When I want DOUBLE FEATURE Gardens and lawns '
j
"The Killers"Ernest make. )i. :; '
,
Hemmlngway Story; .
t tf U your, opinion Lee MarvinAngle DickinsonA \: to wonderful family protects! '.f i; .

of Fast Car
I'll ask for itl! Story .'
)
f. "Untamed"With Plant Now for Winter Vegetables and Flower 1 ,
t Mamie Van Dorm
Fresh, certified seed .la packages er bulk f
Wed.. Tbnra.. No*. IMS Annual and vegetable plants ready for transplanting-/ :fi

Open WED.3:39:VETERAN'S p.ra Continuous DAY Garden tools, fertlUaera, an year' gardening needs ,

What's wrong, fells f These are Family Fun (

GOT A BIG LIABILITY SftT ON YOUR HANDS T "Kisses ForPresident" FARM & :H-- 2

Proper Insurance, not belligerence, U the only thing
;
that will help you when you have an accident or (ire.Le Fred MacMurray 7v/ RANCH SUPPLY ''7

\ us explain our Independent Services to 70\11! Its All For Fun 4 .; I

SuQorlond Highway ..,*, : I
GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOUNG" Beardsley-Nash [Insurance AgencyTelephone 'Fun In Acapulco' CLEWISTON 1'1'...
.
TV 1-751 Elvis Pre.leyHENDRY'

Se'....,ILtllU DAIIf miTITtf swivel.:, E. Sufirland Highway Clewlalon! \to... I
J. ('
,




k "ir ( ', elf, BAKERITE .3 lbs. 5 9c i:, I '


eat "
I > YY'
'
i DAD'S ys OALLON WEBB'B I
8'7

ever th r4 7' t Root Beer .uu. 39 R I ICE uu.. 5-Ibse 69(
t7 t I

lUNG SIZE VIENNA i iFA


::65 rCU dr T. B .u..u. $1.19 Sausage .. 4 for 49( r') .


NO. IDS CAN IWNOT ,

Tomatoes 2 for 2S Sauce 2 for 29 ,
Cranberry (
;,,, 6v X _

kw t m e m price Car., l. GEORGIA GRADE "A"Fryers ; )"



look the bigger, bolder lines, the elegant interiors all eay'luxury csr'A : alb. 35c
The limousine medium-price, is a wonderfuiwayl We've never offerod sOAniu, 'stew :;;: _,_ ., i

the price tag say. Totally new efgineefinglThe finest riding ,8efdl
; and exciting at such a practical pricel
from. More room) Longer Wheelbasbl Big new pe'rfo; OLD GLORT"NO. Wg CAN 4-LB. BAG '

'" Moro girvigor fine V-8's models l A to choice pick of roof for'85 etyteel and The werinvite finest selection you io8eeq of optioita k t hisweekl.t. ,in our. I' Pork and'Beans 2 for ,35g, Apples _. .u... _. 37e > i

FAII
Mercury
this and more in our
v '
iv FRESH GROUND nUT CUT!

a fit,' r Hamburger 2-lbs. 99 Pork ."' ,
Chops lb. 31
( .. ( .

IMALL FA I

4 Ribs Abe ge' Balogna'&-Spiced Ham 4ge -: :' I":J I
.__... i ; ,
.:; I I cl,
'TENDER y I


'Beef Liver Ib 29 :" [f:

./ r
sv0'r
1 f .
1 I.


FRANK'S y\ ., :'


I
x
AIM 1 "
r t : GroceryMarket


MOTORS INC. ,
j
COUNTY IIOId'own>> .IJQ; 0I'KU1'ID:

Cl ewutoa 'f! .: In. !".!1.3441; .. ...:-.-- W3 Da.nD: rn.'vv' "'Utl. "

4 543 E Sugarland Highway,



-
---

!Ii



ge Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fla. IlshmenU In vwlous parts of Janet Siewart serve II hCJtc;:!

'65 Comet completes 16,200-mile durability run Thursday, November 9, 1964 .r the help Organlzcrt city.unfortunate: of children the. drive abroad to Tapped at FSU Force campus) ROTC and drib I and"(::11 IUIdel the A

Alaska in 40 Name churchfor 28. and the Rev H. H. Ford express their thanks to all who Janet Siewart,
from Cape Horn to Fairbanks, days p a a tor of the Presbyterian. contributed. daughter of
church, will preach the sermon. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Siewart of first Christian
Livelier Comet proves once holiday service as had been announced earlier.! Clewiston, has been tapped for
f again why t'a the Werirs D re- The following ministers were Pledges sorority' membership In the Florida State revivall
hut, Ckamaloa.. Uses snow-- Clewlston's community present at Monday's meeting: University chapter of Angel panned
room!!! models In dsy-anJ-nlght Thanksgiving service will beheld Bob Christie David Denslow, 0. at U of MiamiMiss Flight, an organization of undergraduate Richard Marshall
grind from the bottom to the at the Methodist Church, D. Dldley, Clark Dorman, H. H. women. HVJJTVJ'! ]
top of the wend.FAIRBANKS West Osceola and Arcade, Prei. Ford, B. J. Goodrich, LeRoy Arts Lawrence, a sophomore Nov g to Nov
Clark Dorman announced to Holmes, and Leon King. student at Universityof The members of Angel Flight the First Christian 15
Oct. 22 Three members of the Clewiston Min Miami In Oral Gables, has wear special uniforms of Air North Francisco Church.
:' Mercury Comets today finished isterial Association at their been pledged by Alpha Chi Force. blue and serve as the services will be at Taj.Ii&h
!
a run no car has over attemptec Children gather :
meeting Monday at First Christian Omega sorority during the annual women's auxiliary of the Arnold Carl Paschal,
In short tml-th.
so a rugged minister
Church. The place was designated fall rush. Air' Society Members must Lakeport Chuoffers 01
16,200-mile grind from Cape ,
Horn to Fairbanks.En by Rev. Dorman In $101 for UNICEFThirty She .Is the daughter of Mr. have a sophomore standing and singing B. F. Goodrich"W lead
consultation with Fred C. Sixes, and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, 145 an average grade point of 2.5 or tel'' of the ,
church
route, and the ,
day night enlisted the
children by hal
i\ Avenlda del Rio. better. They march In parades, Is
W.
had lay leader of the Methodist u invitation to
cars no major repairs lust an to
,
the
Methodist Church enriched ahem
routine maintenance. Thsfs church. The service will begin .
ample proof filet 1965 Comets at 8.00: a.m., Thursday Nov. coffers of the United Nations
are powerful and tough, not Just Children's Fund by 1101 last
Saturday when they went from
lively and beautiful ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
door-to-door in a "trlck-or-
CHURCH
Treat" solicitation for this
Belle Glade worthy cause.
\ Rev. Richard Roamer, pastor
I 9.30: a.m. Sunday School The children, both membersof
10:30: a.m. Divine Worship the church and volunteers
M 1+ 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible from other churches, worked
Class from I a.m. to 11:30: a.m. visiting

Shidt of Oajrtonal Comet I*famous for dura 1Bottom homes and business estabClewiston :
I IHk Ir
bility. Last year, specially equipped Cornell G 4'c
ran 100.000 mites at Daytona In 40 days

Regular induction-mods! Cometa used, Just to top, 16,200 miles.
like showroom Comets. Want to set the car
thatmadeitfrom CJIIHom to r.lrb.nUVlsit .
your Mercury dealer's. Check Comet t Church DirectoryJEHOVAH'S
Caliente, with smooth Multi-Drive Merc0Matic. _
The only difference: the run cars had E _.-. .... .
an extra gas tank because service stations .,. ..,r,! ilt;., WITNESSES ST. MARGARETS CHURCH
are frequently so far apart In South America --.u. .01>" Kingdom Ball-417 W. El: Paso Father Robert A. Hostler'

In South America, Spring was R. OabornSunday 8.00: a.m. Si 7.00: pm.-SundayMass. I
near. Thaws flooded the roeds. Watcbtower Stady, .

.......... ".! t:15:Tuesday p.m. Bible Study 8.00: p.m. 7:00 7:00:: a.m.-Dall1 a.m.-Firit Weekday Friday MMS.IIRST llass.
Thursday Ministry School.7:30: _

5" rerr 19!' p.m.Service Meeting: 1:30: p.m.NORTHSIDE rot N.CHRISTIAN Franclaoe" Street CHURCH L_
-
B. J. GoodrIch Minister

P.sslnl.b.ndonld gold refinery', MISSIONARYBAPTIST CHURCH 10:00: a.m.-BlUe SchooL you
)J.t Antofagasta, northern Chile 304 N. Francisco Street 11:00: a.m.-Communion and -
Rev. Julian Pope Worship Service. Ii
'roundcomfort.
Cameti an ready for'Immediate) """" He waiting, U yen order yours' ROW.world's t:43: a.m.- Sunday School. 7:30: p.m.-Communion: and year
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Worship Service.
4:30: p.m.-ETC. Wednesday:
.1tS Comet I : = Wednesday 1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m.-Blble-Study. .

..
7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service. COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL
Good city raids were relief for HOLINESS CHURCH
durability champion drivers after rugged stretches
CHURCH or' OOD Heath Clewiitoa.
311 Seaih. raetfle Arena Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor

... t I Hendry County Motors Inc. 10:00: a.m.-.9wDda7 Rev. H. M. School Long 11:00 10:00:: a.m..m.--Sunday Morning School.Worship. Install central heating now .

11:10: a.m. Morning Service. 7:45: p.m.-Sunday EvaiielUtie

'543 E. Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla. Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-: Evening Worship. Wednesday Service. Add air conditioning later
See the "Bin, Crosby Show" :
7:30 p.mPrlyer Service. 7:4J: p.m.-Prayer Servie
8.30: PM
MwOIIxxxdayTVNIhCht. PRODUCT! 0' I MOTOR COMPANY LINCOLN.MERCURY DIVISION Friday: Friday:
I I' anne 12. 7:30: p.m.-Young deavor.COMMUNITY .People's Ea7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Whether. you are enlarging your home


Is TOP 407 Royal"'Pain PRESBYTERIAN Area FIRST 102 EVenters BATlB1 Avenue CHUkCB or simply improving it.

Henry H. Ford Klnlster Rev. Bob L Christie9.4S

And inspect office 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School :; a.m.-Sunday School. COMPLETE YEAR 'ROUND COMFORTIS
I our recently completed building at '11:0: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. Morning Service.

I Doctor; J. L. Williams' Animal l Clinic, just north of f La- f:.00 p.m.-Westminster. Fellowhip. ;. 6:41 1:00:: p.m.p.ra.--Evening Training! Service.Union. YOURS WITH BRYANT

I
I Belle. It is insulated all aluminum by Panelfab. 30xl5. Wednesday 7:39: p.m.-Chotr:: Prac1ice.I' : ps.Wednesday"aa ra aid Teach
ers Meeting. Ask for information and estimates -
: It's a real beauty.. For more information, contact FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8:00: pm.-. Midweek Prayer'
331 W. Oseeola A ''J I Service.
EASTON BURCHARD GREG ESSER Rev. David Denslow: Pastor I I 8:45: p.m.Choir Practice !
9-45: a.m.-Church School. GLADES GAS CO.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. ST. MAKTIN'S CHURCH
HENDRY COUNTY ALUMINUM SALES 7:00: p.m.-Methodist YouthFellowship. (Epbeepal! )
4;
S07 N. Paelfle Dan McCarthyPhone
'
/ OR 5.4321 LaBelle Clewiston YU 3.2926 CHURCH F CHRIST Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar

304 South Coolest Avenge Sunday Services: YU 2-1311 Clewuton, Fla.
.. J. J. Sullivan, MiniaterSundayi 7:30: a.m.-Earty!! Eucharist
10:30 a.nu-Family Service and
10:00 e-Btt...Blble School. )I Church School.
f r "! 11:00: ajaWWorsbip.Wednesday SalnU and Holy Days aw anouooed. -
I 7:00: p.n.-Warp.! .
___ : Confessions by appointment
__ 7:30: pm...,Mldweek devotion' .
yoW -
r and Bible Study. ',
t ALVDI'BU'I'II'IartJaCU '
CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST .aUa a.wt.taa Banquets .;.'
OfFiCE APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Factor ;. '
SMrtkOewtotMsBro. 9:41: a.m.-8unday SehooL ,' }
Luther DIxon, Pastor 11:00: aon.-Worship ServIce. Club : "
-.
s'iON Meetings /
,THERE'SEAW 10:00: ajn.-Sunday School.: l 7:00: p.m. BaptUt Training ,
r 11:00: a.nvv.Preachlng. Union. a
,. Tuesday: 1:00: P.OL-Worship Bervtat. .
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting. Tuesday: Birthday Parties 3 x
Friday 1:00: p.m.-Brotherhood. . ,
7:30: p.m.-Young People Wednesdays
Meeting. 7:30 p.mour of Prayer.
Thursday: .>'r *(f. Anniversaries .;,
1:00: p.m.- Choir Fiactlee. :. .
H1
-HAYEN BAPTIST CHURCH. .J.. ,
You're sure to like the Highway TiO '"'
'if':
Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY or Tea Parties .
we do business!If 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. GOD
way 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship US Smrlk Fnewlae* Street
(::4S PJIL Training Union
1:00 James 1'. Klmbrel Pastor And that
Wednesday: p.m.-Evening: Worship Sunday Special event e

1:00: p.m.:..Prayer Meeting. 10:00: a.m.Sunday School.

I 1 r Wi'rt coopinUttMS7 to talk to,and .1 work tattoo.W 11:00 11W: a.m.a.nv-Morning Children's Worship.Church.

7:30: p.nu-Evangellatte Service) The facilities of the Inn will help make the occasion more
',/ g make loans for almost every eonectvaU purpose. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Wednesday:
Heekor Potot 7:45 memorable by relieving the host burdensof
Paul Strickland Pastor *. : p.m.-Orurt'a Ambastadn. of the
: EEl'We have a payment plan to fit every need.More Important, i 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Thursday preparation and

.. ilJO: a.mv-Morning Worship 7:30 p.m.-Prayer and Bible worry.
hart to fit
wa
.. ; Dna your pocketbook Wednesday Study.
\ 7:00 p.nx-Prayer Meeting. Friday
Saturday .:00 pm-Royal Rangers foe Whether for a complete meal cake bon d'oeuvrWi
WHAT'S MORE,YOU GET EXPERIENCED ADVICE '7:0: p.m. Youtt Meeting Bogn. a or

WHEN YOU BRINQ YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS TO US. the Inn helps everyone enjoy the occasion .
I Weekly Church Feature Sponsored By

.1 : : ..
\ Royal' Inc.
N i Clewiston Federal
E;1 UAXSOPTOSMO( -PLAN NOW-
ft LOAN ASSTI'
\1 G A.C. FINANCE Giddens Furniture 1A1'INCS.
Store Floyd Howell. AgentTesOlddiWay

'j.I CORPORATIONS : ziSTANDARD OIL OCKPAMT
I I Irt
( 1 1I' Kelly Tractor Co. THE GLEWISTON INN
d i ) /. . .. T4t4. ..daS W J4CI i, Pridgen Cities k PtMoel-0904
I, ? .
t s Service i
,j I ----1UIOLADI....+._.._..'

; I 'iL'' IIWNAmewMA'e..e.e.e..e...,, TWgI1111IeetJll; Hendry County
Parkinson's Motors
Inc.
I ''I'It Clewiston, Florida Telephone YU 2.3501
: Complete DeportKe Mora Phu.. MMl
t C ..

t



,., .'ill. '. o1 :I, "It
'''' ',"'Pi
1: 'tf; .', ,




Clewlston, Florida! THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page ?

OSt H 1 J U D If interested Thursday, November S, 1964

ADS
FOUND-Car keyi. Identity; and In one of the beat
pay 80c for this ad at New and HeadllnerHeavr
duty' seats front and
office. masonry residences roo m"
W ry I
-
:
r Poem Rather front seat :

_...nI'IED RATES: Tour FOR SALE-complete: brick ex FOR RENT-water front trail- MICHAEL C. HERRING on northslde r i Car to b* painted' off "hltChaula : ,I

71 terior. 3-bedroom, 2 bath er spacer and two emelenc7 and Body:-Heavy' duty brakes :
.0 Wct arge: tour ID- borne Central air conditioning apartments with docking please ItVITATIOt TO RIDDKH! and brake drum
: and beating GE lees. Phone YU prlv1- _I I -I Th. City Com million of the Heavy duty front and reareprlnsri
jIIIII the price of UJr" dishwasher 1-1801. JolI.7 contactJ. City of CUwl.ton will rocclvebid I !
for and stove, carpeting, 100'xl20 Roger Marine WOV12C up to alo: p.m. B,8.T. NolIeny duty shocks front andS '
yUkon 3-1Z01 corner lot at the WANTED full or part-time ".mb.. e, 1114 on the folio wineautomotive rear :
corner of
J'1l0NE: Monico and San Del FOR RENT-Sman boo,.. Furwork.. General ledger boot WILL TRADE Ms. M. Lankford equipment at which Wheels and tires at lust l
Gabriel Ave. er aoreac time they will be opened and ?::60x1 !L
WbGH':= a. Call collect Braddock Construction fisted or unfurnished. S33 keeper, fifteen years expert for good Lake lot to build a read aloud: Bid : reflect the following ;: i
Tess: ads Co., 996-58M. Novl2c per mocth. Set Mrs, Sloan, C33 enca Wm also] ccept ptylojliand cabin on In Lake Placid Bill One (1)-U l Model I dr. sedan Option ,
for police eervlet Power brakes and steerlnsjManuil ..
E.
Wii : two fasts to Tr1n1dad or call H. P. John account to he done in my Blum, 3850 Lor St, .Ft Myari, Enrlnt:-VI Enclne not lee radio ,;....;
Crystal Theatre, FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 liD. tic home Call YU 2-7261. Fla. tic than ifs cu. In. Engine Above car delivered CIewUFour 'J. ;
) NWI bedroom home FOR RENTAPARTMENTS ((4)) Barrel earb. with ton Florida : ,
,
tile on northslde. NovSc I '
.1
wtpgmuY& (nil low oil titter. On (1) 11(1 Model 4 deaf i
,a.-t be Payment $61 per month include Air,Cleaner heavy duty r.Plymouth sedan to b* ao- tdl.tor \ : ,
e4ltinire.belore W interest Insurance and M061LE HOMES EOR'SALE PERSON; WANTED to serveconsumers espied a* part payment. i
,
,filed ter taxe Will accept late model In Hendry Co. or Display H.D. S s p e e 4 tutomatlotranunlMlon Federal Tax urnlehed.Exemption Certificate .' "

a7. car for equity. Phone YU 2- FOR SALE OR Palm Beach Co. with Rawlelgh( In South Bay Kloo The City Commission re- ",
RENT-10W I ''
Products Steady good earning eerve the rlllht to accept SF'SyeutnaL.ue.Nevilt. ;
_ 6TSL NovSc two bedroom house trailer. 10 AIIIP. tb. lowest 0. belt hid and -' I
Call YU 1-Z78L year around. No Capital re StAND NEW heavy duty alternator or to reject any er all bids :. V
FOR SALE-bedroom cement tic quired. Write Rawlelgh FA J ClassifiedsFOR TWO BEDRooM equal IS volt' 70 amp heavy C. F. BLAIR i'

I block home. 609 Trinidad. Inquire TRADE OR BARGATN-repalr- 630 11 Memphis Tenn. lie APARTMENTS duty Eleotrla battery Wlndehleld wiper CN-(11 City Manager ''I'''
at Ehrlich Mobile Home ed storm Front Arm .;,
damaged Ret Oct se, Nov I, 1114NOTICBJ
mobile WANTED Each with closet colored tile
GREATER THAN Court homes -roll time experienced Map Ucbt. ',.!
nD tfc for
isle. Fairground bathroom with tub and shower Vliored light, fender
boII-, senate. service station man. Must be pot ,
may for W. have eudomenwl Trailer Park YU WOU. able to change truck tire and linen closet, all electric Inelde mounted rear view mirror "

I wth! Novltc do light repair With refer kitchen complete: with refrigerator Clear Hfhter t will not be reipcnilbl for
:: properb
: lour R At (STAtE FOR t ; lENtIL MISS ences. Call YU SALE and stove and ouV Directional alfnal front and debt. Incurred by Minnie Wt- .
J. Eo ge.rdsley. Pie. Y17I RUTH KNIGHT 2376ENovua let for washing machine, dinIng rearReclrculatlna berry (Punch). > ,i
tlo' All aluminum Florida reem area with pull-down fixture water: or air Qulncy'WeitberryCN : I
'IlL FOR RENT-two TRAILERS FOR heater and defroeterVinyl IIS '
bedroom -
I. unfurnished SALE-2-bed- and screen teem with, S bedtr.Uer living room, heated.
.....
bedroom boule. house. 218 W. Arcade room IT Wide Than.WANTED S more accordion room attached. vpholetery, side panel, Nov: I,

I rea SAL-J Crlwford. YU z.303L Can YU 2-3341 or YU take over payment Inquire 850 student to fin $. Saturday Occupancy late November Turn west at Sunoco stationon
I. g Uc 2801. 2Us E. Trinidad Phone 3M064. schedule. Holdrldje Music, YU er early DecemberCOMPLEXLY US. No. 37; sign on .

FOOT LOTS ON LAKE FOR RENT-one and two bed its 24781. NovlfcJ FURNISHED property. ,

"JUNE,- for IIle 13,750 each. room trailer, also large FOR SALE-526 Central Ave. CAN' YOU van Contact Rent unfurnished apartment Harlem News I

lIS down. Phone Lan shady spaces. City sewerage. one 35x8 Spartan House trail Extra Mey GREG ESSER $90.00 monthly.
tars 5-635. tic .No pet*. dewliton Trailer Park. er with t Cabana room. Outside IMch YEAR and Every Month '
ROUND T T
BO
Iltdd YU 22661. tic storage house. New turn! Yea may qualify YU 3-2921 Attractively furnished apartment MRS. JAMIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor: ;
UIF- -bedroom frame ture, located on 3 choice lots. It you live 1 In or near $140.00 monthly. ,

10'-': 402 E. veoW". Call A. 1L XING Two blocks from Post Office. ''Pl.Ft Myers.. Tltuiylia..... Daytona Ft.- OPEN DAILY 10 to 8 p.m. PERSONAL MENTIONMr. I I
CLUB NEWS
11I1-1ist Yt1 2.404L Sacrifice, $5950. Call YU *2891 Beach Clewletoa I J I I I
or FOR RENT
Nov280 -bedroom unfurnished or contact LaByer Lakeland 8t Aucuitlne The Friendly Christmas Saying and Mr. Harry Matthews '
home 518 Esperanza. Motel. Oalmavlil. . Tallahaaie So- Sewing Machine Cub will hold If* next Anchorage Alaska, wish i
brine Punta Oorda Okee-
lEAL ES'I'ATB Call YU 3-3901 after 5. ItsHgtsp Loeeburc meeting Saturday evening Nov. to announce the birth of their I ,

bedroom CBS CODo FOR RENT On* bedroom fceltous II 1 f forSals) S I Oeala Pony -,-.__ __.-BradeatooWB Lake City Repairs MOTELSmall T, 1964 at the home cf Mr. and baby daughter, born Oct. 2, UB4. '
Mrs. Johnnie Fambrough. This to be called Marlin Lemar. Mr.
pedbs (1500droom Mane.house. Phone YU 2488L tic s NEED: ladle with plea- "
ant telephone pereonalltle SINGERSales year Is coming to a close and Matthew 1 11 a former student .' I
=- Im/DIeu1ata. FOR RENT-one bedroom mobile FOR SALE-upright piano. Recently .to. .w:ling I I Claeelfled their I own Advertlalna home*- motel and house, we would to ice all of our member of Harlem Academy, he 1* e I

pTIISIDJ-2: bedroOm frame: home. Call YU 2-1236. ; tuned. See Richard ; for the Miami Herald Service all completely furnished, present Mr*. Susie Beck- egg In the U.S. Army, at present J '
tic Griffin at Uncle Joe' Fish Interoetln, challendnST.profitable Parts showing good operating ton, president stationed in Alaska. He and
go99, work RentalsBrand
icsIACE U v DaUe- Camp. ltcREGISTCKCD you unlimited that extra can..net.11 Income. Mr. Annie Jones, his wife Mr. Altomes Matthews I"" l I
2'"l'W0 BEDROOM TRAILERS or monthly. new touch and sew the and i
reporter are nephew
I ulnas, NEW Z-BEDROOM.: trailer space for rent FairGround : CITRUS TREES YOU work on a hlfh commlaelo machine on display at Perfect for family looking niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ambler ; I
u, mat bom*. HardwoedSffA Trailer' Park. Phone FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. the eiclu.ive* bale Miami and will Herald be CARITHERS RADIO & TV for small Investment to Robinson, Clewlston. .1, i' :

:33044. tic M. TomliiiMNi, One, Fla. Phone Claeelfled Repreaentatlv. In Gladet Merchaatlle Co. Auth give addit1emallncom.. CHURCH NEWS The church member and I
HOMES In Broward.him RE 5-2786. tie your area.: All territories are orized Singer agent In store. Mt Calvary Baptist Rev. L. I i
friend of Mr. Nora
Beach and Dade eounto NEW APARTMENTS-One and protected.FULL, training Slven In every Saturday. Please call Priced $30,000 M. Kitchens, pastor many :
SELLING Humphry' arc happy to
ilea\ size aDd price. two bedroom, Alrccndltioned. OUT Appaloosa ami with all expenae* paid YU 2-6441 or come in 108 The Women' Horn Mission very 'f I s
hear is
that she
horses and ponies. K. R. Wlek- Every company cooperation resting much
Call YU 24675. tic Bond Street tic with interesting
little sponsored
toil as as a very I
l5affiCtiencbs host Phone YU 2-7605 to aeaure your luocee better. at this time.
Up. RII and or tee WB PREFER mature, married program at the church last ";.
available.TARS FOR RENT-1 bedroom on SR 832, dewlston. tic women with crown I afternoon. Guest ,
$5,000 Sunday speaker
down
haws M ISO 2-bedroom $60Phone children. You should have TALENT dALOREl I I
. ow 1 Loco vscaat lot to select YU 24064.Itc FOR SALE-20 gauge Remlng- prevlou* elllnc or publlo was Rev F. Townsend other The Harlem Academy Faculty .
VariousBtEJniENT contact experience. A type* Win Take Home or Land guest present were member d
an
tot. for purpose ington Automatic 28" barrel writer li helpful but not eeentlaL *- proved to be one of the most R
Tenna. FOR 1tENT Tralleru and Trail Modified Used less than 1 year. You rem.e private As Down PaymentSee from the First Borne Church, talented anywhere: T u e d a y f
AND INCOME: Royal Palm Trailer Same new. Can telephonem a no Lewiston and Union Baptist
er apace tee at Palm party line*. FOR your local brokeror night as they put on one of the /
nOrXRTV. Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Motel.] tit IN YOUR application letter Church Bean City most entertaining ahow Harlem
RENTAL. Re- please ii". your' full name, contact
JIONTHLY FOR SALE trade malllnc I addreee reel Sunday, Nov. 8, the choir will has ever seen. The faculty {,
FOR RENT Apartment furnished or -1H ton
I rem l CBS construction 125.000. .dunce adds and telephone Chuck Bundtchu celebrate It's first anniversary.You proved that they had talent other ,"i 1
t UW5 TERM. low interest single person. Jack L. watermelon truck. Phone YU number, Give your' ace, hue.band SALE invited be than the professional one that ,
'. are cordially to I
33044. See
Clyde Hatfleld. name and
Scott. 220 E. Arcade. tic employment LEE COUNTY
I and ranch they obtained from their
inn cine, grove NovSc and both your paitwork present. Highlight of the program reaper.live
I acrtpr, minimum $50.000. FOR RENT-2!: and 3 room furnished history and that of MORTGAGED will be election from the school it '
hu.band'e.
LISTINGS NEEDED apartment Phone 2- R. W. BROWN your W**,would both Ft Myers Southern Traveler, Belle Glade, The program wa highlighted '" !,
2/2 Acres '
J. M. LANKFORDItl. 12TL tic burn rn-:.tnl.pereonal. OXford 4.2114.11ox 1408 New Bethel ME. Choir Mt by a monologue done by H. A.'* ;, i

Reel Estate BrekerB ALL MAKES: XT USED TV (No Ph one: .Call! ) Olive Lake Harbor, Friendship principal Mr. A. A. Thomas. Although ?;

tut Suprland Highway FOR ,RENT bedroom house, SETS. Guaranteed, $19S Miami H.rald ClaeelfledAdvertlelnc Acres IRCEL KNEDLER Baptist Bembow Mt Calvary feeling somewhat under

fit, Auto and General 2 baths, completely furnished. don nUt per _121. LAKE No. t Herald Department Plata Radarvllle and many other. the weather Mr. Thomas literally
Insurance Northslde $125 a month. Phone APPLIANCE CO YU 2-715L tie Miami. Florida 11101 Mr*. Emma Dixon, stole the show with his rendition
FOR SALE One 14" Gear State Coordinator The audience rolled with laugh

Driven 45 angle, 20-foot lift, ltd Muck Land NEW FRAME HOME Friendship Baptist Rev L. ter while listening to him.

Couch Pump, and Caterpillar bedrooms King, pastor Neighboring schools were ask
Engine the same Price: ilr JNNOUNCEMWSI I MiC$ .1# baths Weekly Schedules ed to participate but because of I

Business DirectoryJOHNSON 00000. Ito 640 Acres fireplacecarport Monday ? 7 p.m., Senior Missionary unfortunate circumstances were root r-

BLUM ft SONS PLASTERING.Very : 5 Society meeting, also able. Moor Haven, however I
FOR SALE
-meat display case,
scale, 14 row drink box, and Best Work 1280 Acres e large front porch the Senior Circle.Tuesday sent a very talented young
other items. Nottingham. We Save You Money e utlilty.bullding ?. 5.30: Youth choir man In the person of Mr. H. "
GOULD BROS. \ Plastering. Simulated$. and Usher rehearsal Stanley HI rendition of' "Daysof
Phone 2-1252. Uc ((16'x 3?))
> CARS Stucco-Free Estimate: 3500 Acres 7 p.m. Senior Circle No. 2and Wine and Roses" had the audience

Ms leal Itt SeethfattrufporUtlon PAINT STORE ]FOR SALE: Parakeet. p.0Licensed aad Insured e. flood lights Junior Missionary Society spellbound. 1 !'h

\ for your tip, Mynah bird, African lovebirds 3850 LOTS Stieet shrubbery will meetWednesday The climax of the program ,I.

moeey lleeauMd Ceatraeters hatred. I ITIE monkeys, cage, supplies. Fort Myers, Fla. UPet .fru1ttree. 7 p.m., Choir No. was Just a* dynamic a* the be '\; I
lilt side of Miami boardiag. Thompson Wild ED 7-0171 or OX 44874SUP Dade Monroe e good constriction: 1 and Usher Board No. 1 ginning. It ,was highlighted by ;;

*> ESTIMATES ]Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21236. slots 115'x150''additional meet four of Harlem' teachers la the t: ,I

Tier IUK II:. Smgarlaad 11w1.Pte. 1 1YD tfe l COVERS: and drafe Custom Realty lots Thursday ?.? T p.m.. Prayer person of Miss Florida J. Bryant .1 I
rUee Dealer
made. Complete line of meeting and Bible .
available study. Mr Gwendolyn H. Davis i
(CARITHERSwnm'n .. Mill ]FOR SALE W58 Ford, good drapery sad slip cover fabrics I" W. Bogarla.. Highway Shown Friday .. 7 p.m., Choir No. 2 Mr. Willie Chamber, and Mr. .I
'. condition power steering, raJ'rae estimate Can YU 2-S831. -1"Vba 8-tMl -- byappoistmnt and Usher No. 2 will meet Johnny L. Morgan. They form I I
I* dlo $350. Call YU 2427L Van Oothara'i Custom Furniture 0DJr. Saturday '
-8pm.,. 'Women ed s group called the J>e1.V1k'J'
: : CB SEE US roBBOTfLED' Ito and Upholstery.) fie 7. M. LANTJOHDHotnew Chorus: rehearsal. 7 p.m. Ings. Their very stirring version ,;
I
U approved credit cards GAS Teacher meeting All teachers of the now popular "Let It Be
nelson. here. are asked to be present Me" left the audience swooning j

| bid Hdg. 108 Bond St AppliancesSaleeservice \ for more. But alas all good ".,

Phase YU 2-6441 : MEN'S DAY noolUMMen' things must come to an end.

Day will be observedat Tee'program was sponsoredby I
I
the Financial Drive Committee
obOverholfsTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION New Bethel A.M.E Church,
of the Hendry County Progressive 1

Sunday Nov. I, 1964. Rev. L.
: Teacher Association
SALES Holmes I
pastor will conduct theIImc.
... la order to
raise fund to give I,
JEW and USED .*. ;

SIS Central Avenue) Dodge at a new lower price. Officer_for, the day are a* senior a scholarship at Harlem to.Academy.a deserving I I i I
Phone YU 3-1831 YU 3-3101 rouows, H. L. McKlre Chairman I

I Coronet'65-the best-selling new car in Dodge history And I Warren Elbert Allen Corbett, CoChairman Chairman Julia's !:

EENDEY COUNTYTitle why not?Coronet comes on big in all departments.Inside,full- I of Decoration R. L. San- ,

wALn ROrrs & Abstract Co. size room and comfort. Up front, a choice of seven engines tor d, Co-. halrman, Finance Beauty Nook i

| alit Tttl Abclraeta-Title hears*** ,. ranging to 426 cubic inches. On the rear window stickers ; "j Committee, John N. "HOI and FOR THAT NEW LOOK:

AND GROCERIES: rebUe SiemesrtafcernwtMWpylBg prices that begin lots lower than those of any f ull-size Dodgesin Roger WUhlte. 'Tinting, Styling Cutting, No
(")pea T I.m. to DwpHoittagBridge fun. In Group Leader .. No. 1, J. H.
I i 1 p.m. .&. aad Park Are.taBeH years. Everywhere, more the Coronet 500 shown, Appointment, Friday aad
Hardy
No.
ilbp.m.lie *. Fta.' r. 0. Des let example,bucket seats,console,carpeting all-vinyi interiors, \ No. S, Elbert I, R. L. Sanford Saturday

OE.n.. KM1 padded dash and V8 engine are standard. And clean John N. Ill]! Allen, No. 4. Far. late.......... CaB 'SM1IMr
Dan No. 5, J. W.
a Week *. Jab Sales rreprleter
? That's-Coronet sll Who
beauty over.
eye-catchind says Cooper No. 6, Roger Wllhlte,
6ORp EVERy TUESDAY) you can't please all of the people? Coronet's sure No. 7, Dan Lumpkln sod No.

fc Tonr Spur at Moment EVINRUDESales going to give it i| s Jry. Drive one soon. 8, Warren Corbett Harlem Club

Picnic* All member are asked to cooperate
'e11151 East of CewiItoD and Service in this effort Favorite Mixed Drinks. Fried '
Bare Beach No change la weekly iched- Chicken, :nab Hamburgerand

_ New and Used liatersMarbe ties, Monday night, Nov. t, thepajtor other Sandwiches
Recorded: Muate
l.1Itentiou HarewareFarts choir and congestion Popular Band
Cattlemen will be the
sad Accessaries guest of Rev. L. Mr. and
King at Friendship Baptist PrrterletIPateN aHilton's
kill h. i eeeMlesig..... blare Safety teslp eat Church.

-. 'tae' :::fo .:: TTkee S-Ull

'
who R. E. WALDRON Johnson Grocery :
federa1 Land Cars Groceries. Cad h Meats. '
Bank Vegetable
State Dctaka Essential :
Road
832 South Hems
... Wrtte For prompt Efficient: Most transportation for your We appreciate your patronace. ,

N. L MAY Borne delivery money this side of Miami) i31r
k i irrrprMls
"L.Wllealel OS THE MIAMI OEXALD red Mrs.ThanUsi nnteat
_
Butldkrgl
,---' ....... Call Bobby Gidd ns .


l YDS-im DOOGIIII'IIIIC A CHRYSLER Elite Cafe and 'a'

Electric W MoraMOMraiunoai Grocery


", oelt hI. All traetlq Apodaaee.'aa Tampa Tribune 'G5 Dodge Coronet: Corner Tennessee NEW LOCATIOK and Fourth Streets

... **4

Pine "lBl Home Cooked Food, Sandwiches. Cold Drinks CaadU. ;
Ft. Myers Cookie sad lee Cream


l"i22 11JCOCK'SInVlCII News Press MOTORS 343 E. Sugarland Highway Exefasive Service with Atmosphere a smile '
a E C K
l B ,
Home Delivery forget to
l 4xT 5 puckaM a Ciewiston: News
"baVla W. 0. CAMPBELL: Clewision, Florida

.0I Q Nlmrr Ftone 2-371 YUkon 21651IcLASSIFIED
a... .TMUSn Mot: Snot. J33H3: : 'AWI. 'MOMS NON SOS INI. NOJ.YM

jjjt



---- -------- --- -- ---- ----- --- ------ --

-
w ,


Page $ THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston. Florida lulsted! by But ,
\utJa:! .
I Thursday November 8, 1964 ant director a"1!




Aleutian weather the worst, County cancer



I THIS says Eric Thomas, just back unit to meet

1 I It The .ubJeCI
it
t Ehemya Ii an Aleutian Island The men on Shemya live in I cularl1: with B.
huge building, complete with log. I
off the coast of Alaska where wilt be "pJored
lorn- 1200 servicemen try to sleeping quarters, dining balls talks and I fUrn at thro
of theater and facilities for the development Fall the silo
stay cheerful despite some meeting )1
the
; j ONE e the world nastiest weather of hobble But it dry County Unit of East II
I the
\ COME A recent Inhabitant of this Island still is a lonely place and can Cancer Society An'
which Is four miles long. "shooting the breeze" remains dar, Nov '12. The next 1\
f oE miles U.S. the favorite pastime get mce "
pll. e' and two wide was underway II 1:30:
COME \ Air Force Technical Sergeant When the weather Is right the the Youth Center and ail p.1D,

I Eric C. Thomas of Clewlston.who men comb the beaches lot artifacts sated ptrsont err invited In
Ii i '. arrived here over the week or watch the Arctic blue tend. to

'end-his)tour have become so tame they'will laWo will .peak, along
'.! eat ,out of your,band. Thomas: James P. Lela of f Fort With

?Tomes 1 I.,A, groVnd/ (control h.nia; collection of spearheads,", 'area executive director My
:radar'approach jnn'but|.toere bone aDd Ivory' needles and prtmitlve 'Society': Woodrow Carruth of

t ..e.Ume,jurhm<< ..thevetwlsntvety ,tools that h* dug from NEW CIIA1IMAV of the Wetherald Youth Crater b Jan BranU president of the unit, wlJ1
a r jnuctrto\ : &, toed weather tielr hiding! places They must '1e,;, mews receiving the gavel .r l,Office from Mayor Tom

,havmgjiut down opwarTonat lcNremertffier be lit level: ZOO years whelr 'nr *''tl'e aloce{he, : .
that long
d u..lt.c: ago aestl rlDt. Brncr McCottTUIe was named vice chairman; relationship of smokla
wind gusts of 127' miles an hour; Aleuts left the island. cur will be shown jft
Elaine McConvlIle secretary and Lawrence .
.North sergeantf -
when 70 mQe!] wind, failed to t, who have
,blow away the fog and visabllity l\\ Once must\! >haj.e probed In-. 'J.III'[ P' .,,-.,. : TAITPUOTQJan make non-smokers seen it out say It J,
the of of
Vf girfctnt center an an .
fcero low as "
was zero -as ,
you, cam get A 23 mph l wind In Flent AliItTtllagetdce he.found; : t Brantley Is path chairman era Mrs lwj
Lgg
dozenftboneeedles
a' cachet! of three will live
Shemy w a>*. considered a -
\ to
those
.* who have
cf taken
inducted
ups Jan Brantley was as vice chairman. ElaineMcConvUle I
ITS had Into otticqag chairmanof the ; as secretary and tag part in the Cancer! Cn2of
have
Thomas Is glad to .
:jhomaj, ..bo.l the son 9t'M the past ftTj]
'
war
1 the experience of serving that 'Youth Board of the Wetherald Lawrence Worth as sergeant-at-
A. Thomas, recently was preee9&ed
sponsored
by
land and Is Youth Center last week. Mayor arms. the Rotary a
; remote he lookingforward
& with\ Certificate of Appreciation was under
a Tom Jones conducted,'induc-f the direction! ol 1
:
Old South ;to his new sslgnment for his performanceof Woodrow W. Carruthert, director Jernlgan.
: at the Air Force Base in Elythevllle. lion ceremony
duty by the Alaskan Air Command of Recreation Facilities New unit officers and bol

Ark: He 'will have. his Bruce McConviHe. ,,was'lnduct' Irrloled'tb.. luncheon affair members will be elected j
wife and children with him on :
to ,
this assignment They:will leave

Bar- for Blytheville In a couple I i.. j t e
-Q Ranches weeks "


v( i
: LEGAL NOTtCB' TO BIDDERS

'",'". .+, Scaled propoaele for the r con
I H ANNUAL atructionofCPORT'ABLECLASSROOM '
fo* Cl.wliton HlKh
School and for Clewlnton Hie- Chevrolet
meatary School Cl.wiaton, FlorIda -
will lie receive ..r the Hen- I
dry County Board of Fubllo IB*
'IriCounty'Days' uc .. LaBell, Florida oo or
before I:00 p.... B8.T.. No.em-
bar II, 1114. at which tlm. and 01:
place and th.read.Coplti will. lie publicly .opened

of the Fropoaal Contract rr
Document. Drawlnc and
Specification, may be obtained
by eliglbl., : O.a.ral 1 lontr.ctore
Celebration from the office of Jamea M. Hart.
1.T, architect,. 110 Harrlaon
Street,. Hollywood Florida.
Bach.propoial rauit b. acoomI -
).nl d by a Certified! Check
: (:..bl..'. Check, or Bid Bond executed
.< HONORING THE RESIDENTS OF HENDRY, by the Bidder and Burst 1
Company licenced to do builneii
In Florida, In a sum equal to fire
I. GLADES AND PALM .BEACH :COUNTIES! (I) per cent of tb. amount of
the total bid Th* Bond I* requlred -
*a a guarantee that If
the Bid It accepted a Contract
THIS WEEKEND will lie entered Into and tho prformano -
') of It properly ...,,1&.41.
The lucouiful bidder will be required
to ....cute a Performance
Bond, covering* and Including! all
"I. and Sunday labor and material I The Performance
Saturday Bond .hall b. written
la the amount of one hundred VI
Price. \ ((100%) ct the Contract tbe


7th and 8th NO BID BIDDER submitted MAT fur WITHDRAWA a .period of
November
.
thirty (ID) day afur the dat.act ,
i ; for the evening- or such 11,41' 4Y,
THE OWN&.R: RESERVES THE:
I '\ JUUHT to reject any and/or all
:.t Hid and 40waive. Informalltle. *
""" .
b, Jon'*: UALUChalrmaft :
ONYRIDESFOR' '' ; tWTIlE ,
'
FREE "
'. ..j( Board of Fubllo Initrae 7 *

,, tUn. County.! Florida
KIDS IN THEAFTERNOONS : ATTEPT.nd' "
Carl 81. HornibyHup
.rliitnd.nt and >*crtary workpowe
to the Board el JfublloInatructlv
:
H.adrr County. PlorldaCMS0
/ ,
DeJL II, INov.. I,, It" )
.

,. ----:.. .: .1.tj1 IH" THM CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT C1RCtlT OFTHH "wallis" :
TWiXrTH right over and trouble
bumps
.
.. '. l OK FLORIDA IK AID

/,. : "*'. = FOR I. n.HSINDHV......... N COUNTY*. Mae, '!
1 -- t Independent front suspension takes "truck";,
a JEAN BRAMTUCTDAVIOIION, : the out of
: : ; Whet your appetites ... Plaintiff .
',' '. truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

E i" .: Visit our pits and see your JACK w- 'DAYIDBON'. JR.D.tendani. ) and cargo from excessive jolting.And on Chevrolet pickups 8


It. bar-B-Q cooked over 'TO; JACK:DYKE W:-ODrD: B EntI., It's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience

.
tlHltTS Co find |
real wood fires I Coy.neer Wleconela Battalion. Camp Mo- behind It.Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetstde or

a You Complaint are hereby for notified Divorce that has Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet .
.
been filed against you and you
are required. to serve a copy of .i., .. Is first cholcewith'pickup users from coast to coast
r your answer er other pleadlia
to the Complaint on th*. Plaintiff /

add*..attorney. are annexed who..below name, and and r 'Tefephone your Chevrolet dealer about'any typo of truck
file the original answer or plead'Ing .
la the office of the Clerk ef )0.
lr ttlltlr the Circuit Court In and for
,,,mgl Hendry County, LaBell- Florida U
on or before the loth" day of November
f 1114 If you fall to doM
a Decree Pro Cs-f.... will 11Sugarland
b* taken. .aln."OU for the relief -
I d.manded In the Complaint. Wells
r DONE and ORDERED In La- Motor Co. Inc.
fO Belle, Florida the tl day of Oot-
f DOOR PRIZES Ober. ..... ,
REE DOROTHY MOORE CLARK
:," Clerk., Circuit Court HighwayChuck"
Clewuton JM
Mendry County, Florida Fla.. YU
j By Chrlatlan Pratt
I t Deputy Clerk
DAD I
"""
.
AND Circuit Court Seal) mmMMM -
MOM Chance B. Miner IT
Day. Campbell and Miner


1 \ weekend for two at Beach.Neathwood I I Clewlaten.Attorney State P. O Farm Boa* for III Florida loiaranc. Plaintiff Bid*. Hare Lumber Ready-Mix Inc.


: i Oct Iii. .. ,
Retort Motel,'IV2and3Tran.Utor ;. ,- Nov.. IS r1. 1M4 ,

(. I Radios



PLUS- I Complete Line Of

1 ESI.car

/. ": :; All YOU CAN EAt Building Material


,
'/2 PRICE! Insuranci buy.. .

FOR famous low ntes.
i -
:' gaoept beer, and For smallconcree
M pies, top service. ,large or
(aglUtlpt Contact ma today.]

fi 1 yl jobs, our radio


'I rrJ1 I:I j Abner H. controlled trucks will


i. Y Vann deliver needs quick
-
-
....- your
;, Ph. r ,
-
ly and efficiently.

11 Be to.. take YU 2.5971gTA1 J'
: DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA' sure

of western historical display, including Boot
pictures our .
; I l;; .
[ /AaM
) 4. Hill Judge Roy Bean's Court, 125-year-old! Conestoga aa.+.ibbrW Lana GI1r1, .t tIw .. i

: : Wagon, and ,many other interesting antiques. IIIIaI.......... ce.q Call YUkon 2-4411 Haiti 'St-ClevrUtcI



i