The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Clewiston News '


( fingers crossed, "Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and America1 Sweetest Town" _

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37 NUMBER 48 CLEWETON. FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER: : 11. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sea ,345.1 PJl Subscription 'I.OO,7'ar 'jj

[lev/iston/ High's all-time I .

ySdJ- '" JIOIe: Sidney CrocheIlefD \ Without fishing now at peak; : 1 1

CeWIIWD! hI'lb" backfield my Del Rio residents
uPlIOI :
time n701 lira lure fishermen I
y athaU] play.by.play 7'cOrnr1 Halfback- and specs .,.:' I

JIve tilt aver the public ali100sltJD Ha1fback- in the Lake Okeecho- minnow*, small jigs. Speck occasionally .

' .t the teams home Fullback'52 hat come back Into>> take worms, but theybite want paving too .

.J.J other bait better. Worms .
, assignment! Some of a sort of hltor- are'tint bream.Tb. tI ,
takiDI on the alltimefootball backs that iporU fishing now specks are ranging from '"
lID!' a Ctewllton to mate ftr Dwayne ; peak and it 1 Ja a sure .,4 pound to Itt pound. They will The City of dewliton agreedto ever the property owner must Ing but no manual radio. All police '
dIID team! I want I don't9kp Forshee, ; ; average about a pound. Fishermen an extension of the present bring their agreement to the car are equipped, with po'r I
" at the outset that ex- Michael ; ten the visi like them because they area street paving project provided commission by five o'clock: this lice short-wave radio beamed :: 'I'I
1DYe1f a Walter sey '84; ; : you never caught a floe flavored flab to eat, but all property owner Involved arrange .- afternoon since the paving contractor the ]local, tower at city hall. s dAn
the Cato '52, their full share of Is ready to out of ordinance was adopted "
.. I can catch them DOW. matnly because when specks to pay move
Jill dsQewlton.2 However]tot ,of IOn, '62.Because. biting better than for are biting you can fill your boat the paving cost in cash: at the the area, his job here completed.The reducing the occupational 11* ..t
etched an awful year No one with them. time of work.: Dick: Baker and commission voted to purchase cense fee for the telegraph company ,. -,
A f liltingschool's
JfI footbaU .nd great picking figure out wby; It'* Bass fishing ha been bps, Chuck: Well presented a request -' on low bid a Ford police from 850 to 830. ,i
kt of the long-range *, they say but too,, for about three week They from property owner in car at (1,688.10, trading In At a special meeting Friday J
., II .n Intere.tIDI -exsuch lible busy regaling with are caught mostly In the "hay- block 18, 21 and 22 whose lot aa old Plymouth police car. Hen- afternoon the commission accepted j I
*, (In groups the fish they aught fields" the grassy beds, In the face Avenida del Rio dry County Motors was low bidder bid from Beardaley-Nash '
an one over they are going next morning and late afternoon Better The commission agreed to go with the 81.88880\ bid; Beck Insurance Agency work maD"* ) i II
Ji Mt an easy chore.Sroujh out in my : fish ,for bass before ( a.m. ahead with the paving, payingthe Motor bid 1.748,81 on either compensation insurance, and I
tfII the years Clew ENDS: ;'' 1 Ia just coming and after\ 4 p.m. In the middle city' share of the cost: pro- Dodge of a Plymouth car: and from Ernie Radish for general ;/a' I
y baa bad many fine pen BRUCE WAtDEON George ; good for a while a of'the day they are either too vided all property owners pay Chuck: Well bid .lII23,37 01a liability fleet liability fleet o, I

ttII aDd trying to lift out who will disagree with my selections Jackson ; ago, and now bal sluggish to take the bait, or they 100% of their share In cash at Chevrolet The car will have comprehensive on the city* I
a task that I acceptstedl of but then, 1 suppose, and Ronald strength. Speck fish go out into the lake's deep water time the work is don. How- power brake and power steer- motor vehicle, and fire ex 4' ,
iYwMlderable mount land not Interested in tended coverage, malicious mV i
there would be differences of fun; 1"1 usually at are
1 aUoo.tepsiy( opinion no mAtter who made V. Cochran ; November Feb chief and vandalism on city it
there will be other the selection '81; Bruce ; can catch peck In food.9t>ss are averaging about 3 to property. )
JIII8I of Colston football Drake '51; : *, especially where '''''pound; 6 to 8 pounders are Commissioner Fred flukes reported 'E-l
54; Dale ; 1 drop In the water pew not unusuaL Fishermen who the city's general fund Is ;'

"f "' Blackwell. ; a rocky ledge, "- take their day' limit of 10 will depleted and will borrow againstIts :
(Cockrill ouster stand . and Robert grassy banks Ukely find one that will weigh laving- certificate pending :;' i
(Bruce sit on a bank and Ja the 6 to S pound range. The receipt of city tax: : funds : :
rules tit *. You can catch black ban i II a fighting fish anda ed to be heavy, at the eaptc'I I
Roads citrus, hunt and was night Hang out a very sporting fish to catch. the current: month.
year.1, and here come the Right now bass are hitting everything Present at the meeting were i
: and striking at say these fishermen; Mayor T H. JOII.., Jr.. Coinmissonens '
i county commission and John they ice, they will take top water or underwater Sites McCarthy and t

occupy. I am are biting in the rim plugs, spoons with Bembry; Attorney John Potter ,.7,

county commls- of SR S-78 will be opened on looked new channel, and pork rind, or bass-sized fly-pop City Manager Blair and Dep-
lit Hendry Tuesday laJIT November IT. linemen biting most any peck per*, all color. You can fish uey Clerk Marie Webb. ,

pis. meeting approved theZrf An agreement between' the lion in used. Specially good, them with fly rod spinning rod,
I Psrkwood Estates for Allco, Land Development Company ( fishermen, are small Ceothused eat rage S) New physicianfor

'IIIIdIDI, presented by Ken- and the board was accepted y

4 Curtis! Fort Denaud and which set rule, regulationsand .
pd Ira the paving of area for the Hendry County committees Clewiston .
trt within subdivi- Hunt Area, annually made possible ,
hey pedficaas by Allco to county resident -
* after dewlston E. Beardsley, More -Dean King, chairman .
; Merchants
*. (Specifications are elsewhere A new name has been added
S. L. Crochet ; S. C. Fry, cochairman; I
golly report were heard in the News). merce to the roster of Clewlston physi \
have been Mr. Ruby Mclntyre Mr.
veteran service omIt County Agent Gallo reportedthat and W, d.n.'t' '
\M UK dent Publicity Ruth 'B.. Owen
n Ovtl Defense director, a tour of the citrus operations : chairman: ; Mrs Sportsmen's Ross LaByer. BOOST THE BAND-ThJa Is the first day ef Band flouter 1 11 Dr James D. Forbes 'y I'I'It

,nth. airport manager, Ted In the county is being : assistant chair chairman; S. C. Fry,'Richard Week and shown here signing a preeUnattoa to that effect who come here from the Duval 'i

;4 county agent and Jerry planned to accomodate USDA ; Griffin Griffin Loren RaclcoU I Ia Ctewbtea Mayer Ten Jones Looking *n aa the Buyer signs) Medical Center In Jacksonville ,'"
H ia A. Cojgln! representaarfSun ,from the Lake Alfred Experimental : : More Audlt-S. K. Sway- 4 (the document eaUlnr ea aB eltisene te support are dewtoionstudent two' and one-half year of trainIng h I
Oil Company, with Station with a feasibility ; Abner H Vann. Father and son uncle makers are Band Captain Keaavth bug and la general surgery : '

fa is Tort Myers, appeared study of county citrus: and Improvement or Earle E. Edwards president ef the Oewfatem Band AaeecUUon. A native of Ocala: Forbes re "h: i

MM lilt Board, requesting now being prepared by the Kelly, chairman: ; meet. crash The bead, which Is. eondacttag a drive for .... makes ceived his B.A. and MD. de. h I
!pUj of a S year oil leas county agent Gallo was also Sugar T, H. /ones, Jr erne H petite appearance each jre v-IAJT PHOTO trees from Emory in Atlanta, '
Ian, supposedly! owned bymtr. authorized to--purchaseequip..' 1 .A "Pat" Partisan of Venice Ga.. the latter ia 1959. He then
t m tBa 'Northeast tnent for local-letting wf talus 'The* LaBeU"T *;.. fl. LJ Crochet nut hit son.*Daft'at the intersection Interned at Duval aad on_leaving ,
nr a Section 28, T. 43 S., Ity of water ant sod testing., arland ',' ''Mrs. BerylB0w,:', of Ventura and Bond there served two yean with' -
.bed at, with the county to Representatives from the Department crated by LaByer. Street la a two car: crash -that Mayor asks all to the US. Air Force a"a flight a

gilt* !following an opinion of Indian Affair, ton, John John resulted In four ititche in the surgeon Following his release '
ash attorney general at to Jack ,L.WIS.;, construction foreman last week Thompson younger Paulson's head. from the service be went back '
Miss M.
* Situ and Neal Dillard. Southernand ribbons, Daughtrey. According to Officer Ernie band drive to Duval for further training.Dr. .
I hue agreement between Central Fla. Flood Control third -G.: R. Berner; chair Simmons of the Clewlston Police support Forbes Is associated In

k mat and Kenneth Curtis District representative appeared Breeder' ; ; C BosweU, LeRoy Department, the senior Pat- group practice with Dr H. W.
v word for i county DOTwp before the Board, regarding the Fla. C. Wflson. Upon was traveling south on Today by proclamation of wU double all funds earned and Shupe and Dr. Edward B. Mc-
;pit cn 1 acres of land InMDouudonLotttottheL. county's participation in a canal : Bond Street In his I960 Chevrolet Mayor Tom Jones, 11 1 the first match all donations dollar for Convllle in office at 205 South ,
and bridge project servingthe al Grand J. E. Beardsley,, truck and stopped at the Intersection. day of Clewlston Band Booster dollar This means that the dot Gloria street e ,

t lul Subdivision. The acre- Big Cypress Reservation, has, been ; Dan McCarthy However the brightsun Week and it i* requested that lar earned by a bandsman for The new physician i Ia 32 and -'
-.H ilea according to E. B, ,with the county to be responsible Ranch )' McIntyre, blinded Paulson to the oncoming ".U citizen of this communitygive : raking a yard will Immediately a bachelor He lea member of '

fetnog, county engineer for engineering services on place In traffic and he enteredthe special recognition to the become three dollar. The sugar Phi Chi medical fraternity and ''r;.11\\;
nfasteb- ,000 cubic yard the project The canal, L48 ond place smoking intersection striking his band and support it In all way company offer Is limited to>> hold the rank of major a* a :Jt I
.ippada Umerock, plus fill runs from the north boundaryof second ton's ambulance which was being possible"!. a maximum: : of ",000 and Is flight surgeon In the Florida Air '!f
II Carts giving permissionViMdbullillng the reservation, south to' -ings," driven by James A. Pace The band member and their good until Dee 31. 0 National Guard. He will engageIn
> material to 41 and bridges include two Calves", $5,671 Simmons estimated damage to I
Hwy. supporters are striving mightilyto The Clewlston High School'Sugarland general practice and general r-
> axMled during the term "Get of the ambulance, which was traveling '
with '
structure: raise a fund of 110,000 Band" la noteworthy '
.It 1M... of Clewlston will re east on Ventura at 8700, surgery '
agreed to secure Classes. 'I
The county : which to purchase instrument In that it 1* the only high ,
MMI was authorized to jthe service,of Gee and Jensen The a* its share of cig while damage to the truck was and equipment for a musical organization school band In Florida that 1* a Ii-
al utmtnts ia the Felda Engineering ,of West Palm with the : : collection for the placed at 8200, most of which that in three year true brass band It is authentically TB patch,test
., tad area so that ufflJwddnlnag -' Beach for the'project., pion Bull" September, the State occured a* the truck glanced has grown from 31 players to patterned after the famous t' p
caD be met The county's financial report pion Department has an from >the ambulance and truck more than 100. English bras band and It 1* reports delivered \ :F i t

V Board to adverbs. for for the &cal'e.r- ending Sep- serve a street light pole oa the south More than $5.400 already has comprised entirely of bras and 1. ,
tt It side of the street Repents) on the tuberculosis
wving of a of and prizes monthly collection: t
portion read instrument
tember 30, 1964 was been earned, donated or pledged percussion usingno -,) ,
smear test made '
ltiim of SR 832, from ind wine The W of which 83,176.- gds Paulson is presently on Hendry
accepted with a beer; and it Is hoped that the mayor' wood or 'reed instruments I
county school children have "
staying with his while contracting -
Point to distributed to quali son
the old SR
license approved for Roosevelt proclamation will touch off an whatever This Instrumentation \r I
"bit home in Clewleton. been completed and delivered
Rood Department not to pionship ., the rest to a give the band the rich full-
Davis, Harlem; applications acceleration In the drive for ,
to Dr. Wm. F
He Simmon Hill. Jr. director :
was charged: by
Board General Revenue I
that bids on"Witructlon W. the bodied sound that to
firearm by .George will appeals
carry: funds that see the goal
lo with failure to yield the right of of the Hendry County Health ;
of 3.3 miles 4)) "Grand audience everywhere. "
(c. tsar eat rare way Assisting with the Investigation reached before Christmas Department Mrs. Vera Webb r I

a. were Deputy Sheriff The devotion> of the bandsmen The ,band make an averageof executive secretary of th. Brow. '
Simon Dyes and Trooper LouTJdIql themselves, hat been striking.: 50 public appearance a year and Hendry Glades TB and 10
I ;ty issues warning to of the Fla. Highway1 Week: after week they. work a\ including a series of six Sunday Respiratory Disease Association =

Patrol v fund raising project that Iny, ,afternoon" "concert In the reports ,completion of the I
park". It has performed at theLion' '
elude baby fitting, janitor work project
-.arIId vlolaUoos ( ) trailer shall be set of the ieOo A notice Issued by Blair said: located] lawn cutting: yard work: and international conventionat "
were a number of cases i, -
-1Iq Code of Ordinances "Your attention, Ja 1 called to trailer : the front property Lions told other Job that not only aid the Miami Beach, the Junior Orange which will receive the attentionof L
the 35 feet and shall Ii
*. W led reference Section 24-4 of the Code of Ordinances this band fund\ but also in many Bowl parade In CoralGables the department The ,TB Association !: !
J to upon
-1Idioe to of. the City of dewls- (e) ca.'COGtribute to clviOj Improvement' the Edison Pageant of
makes "
t Iaa br City Manager C ton: cated on and be aa addition of bank plan .' Light in Fort Myers. and at theDaytona its no report oa "I
findings which delivered :
IIbo property. Mobile' eye are t t
tIIat pron Sec. 144 "LIMITATION UPON street The bund 'backer' : point out International Speedway
to the health
::::; result from further USE OF. HOUSE TRAILERS feet or a house vehicle trailers license, for Lion Club member discussed that the current drive is not for In Daytona Beach. lowup.Sun's authorities.. .for fol j It l C, \
: hundred their eye saving projects the sending'the' bead on a trip to : J f
ti tanager said. OD Tuesday 70,person shall occupy or sion shall purchased, do not com regular luncheon meeting at the the world' fair 'or' some other ,
t II teens In violation of use a house trailer in any place for each this subsection: and no Inn Thursday President Greg such Junket It Is a serious .effort -,
hitot. 1IIJuId have 30 day. other that a regularly licensed shall a be regular used or oc U- Esser: called upon the member to provide equipment necessary Collier One.I I! ,

date to correct them. trailer 'park, except: : upon the of the team oa the light bulb to keep the band going. !;
conditions hereinafter set forth. park. sate who had not' completedtheir There lust Isn't enough equip- I IBoulders
filch This section shall be constructed ,. : ( ) permanent e p H e assignment 'to hold a."cleanup' went for the btemeCG'dl' LI$" ?!it
yourchfldrenAFTER other-satisfactory',and *
to prohibit use or occupancy 'Thursday evening high and senior high band member well abandoned .
of a house trailer while parked facility for disposal,of and wind u)" their sales., Mem to keep them strutting. '
: .t
traffic upon the streets or parks, as takes ha& be-Installed hers were also' reminded that theCtUmentary*o4 tfni !
safety located any light bulbs of any size maybe student*"sit.' dotog their best to ;N
well a* trailers being o 1l't'a Violation Of falling into the shaftof rig has been moved' 113 feet I :
elsewhere,'except M t.onowlt"Ca Hendry < cf,'the ,Code of Or purh*e4 through.-- ,the Lions"club .learn with,,no instrument avail the Cower Co. No 1 well of from the abandoned hole and : i
be project a( any tune. able. In junior, high school student ,
) The trailer may ,rlon shall correct this vto- the Sun Oil Co. Suaooo Field at the new bole to be drilled will \
cated only upon property tlwr the 4-H : 30 day;from''the The,club'assist adopted""with a gun financingUons pro1' are J hampered because Felda has resulted la the well be known as Cooler, Co. No. KA. : : t'
ect to ..tudeDta'mDlt
'two 4o-r three
the occupant being plugged and abandoned
title to which 1* in notice: ,
at Sumter BUI lii' : Eye: Bank District: 3J-A in*>i iIJ'Iorida :"hart the same Instrument' officials of the said It wan decjded on Saturday -,,
of the trailer. "CT. company
ida The Eye Bink.II one that ,,further attempt to drill
be' high school .players wear theame Monday I
"Ib( ) Said property; must ;1t'i-1: ere
.I! and Sale", pa, 'of the most Importadt'of' the uniformf that werepur Crews through the boulder would be i
working at the well had '
lWIto5Jever. sight laving project of Lions chased when the. band,wai organized tried to drill through the boul- fruitless and the hole 1 'I

Pat athlete invited ..International Booklets describing eight jreari ago>-a time ers but the bit sldeWcked: and Ib.ndODedviU. a lots of $43.00G s,,
ly one to .I bow'fci'Xye: Baakvpesais/]: whenvthe>,band comprised ,tor made a new hole, straying 7.. to 850.009;J,
honored ,offlcUl: ew. were distributed to' the member the most pert, elementary, and degrees off As The Red Cattle No. 2 wen at Feb l' !
to oastq',. permissible
tie by high school *. i- : ; .., '
:; jj f ? junior high student deflectloa.a case da. 114 mile northwest of Col ': 'Ii
Past football player)( of Clew- class of President E: a s e r appointed On Saturday morning the' like this 1 II 3.3 degree',,, ller NO. 1, continued: to flow under :
[ lstcn'htghrecboot'wlll be hon this clsi I Principal C. J. Ross LaByer as chairman of the> bend win give several impromptu The rock J, dropped.,into the. jte own pressure with the

DARK ,need along wlUv'' current: play. ahead by Issued' cordial In Christmas Tree Sale. concerts: la the business district shaft last week: .when'>
en,'-'' a '"Victory :Banquet" to Hendry parent of Clewls Robert Kelly conducted Initiation and then be off soliciting pipe w.. -'PUUed out,to permitthe about 300 barrel A pumping
be held Nov. It at 6 o'ctock atSuptud the red student to visit for the three new members donation. Local citizen. will be Installation of a casing thai unit has been delivered to this
'Auditorium. Steve ea Friday la obser Bob Austin, Calvin Walter and invited to become "official" would have aa ha site ,but not a*, yet! connected: i
,The Student Council and Senior ., thirdamain: : National' Education Frank Jone bend boosters through the donation prevention ef just what happened. ;' with: the welL.,1 Sa tIt 'lj I

das of the school are sponsoring Official report of the Hallow'acn of It or more. All booster The casing: encountered the Is believed pumping would
'the; event the program rosette for hour will be observed Funlval bowed apprad: : will be given an official band boulders at a depth of 3.711 feet further Increase the flow! of the
yof ewiston for whlch'-wiB>] be centered on Besides : : the day and parent mately 8100 cleared on the event booster decal' la recognition- -of Walter Erwin Gun geologist well which more tbata doubled
: to visit the prln- This money will .be given the '
the athletes of past years. tending gift sod the development would .fteI'' .treatment; p( the oil,
first and secure to the Elementary: School: for its The V3. Sugar Corp.1 has offered '
p were
f. N. Bundy will be the mean a delay of at least 30 days producing: rock formation at a '
$ Department main speaker. Tickets tor the WWII ol of permit library. to make: a donation that In proving' the field.; The drill depth of 11.4T3 feettrochet
dletoa -r att '. a ''
81. ,
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Two THE O/EWISTON NEWS Qeitiston. Fla. C F .' 7 tY:"'ujh a carrpaian; In WJ.l! h tLo ussuulplic.ns cC.:d: .
Thursday November IS, 1964 practices of decades were severly illonged: \ and acmes r
-- -- Irt'd It has been a rgorus tlst.lt was not ail ideal test. Ccn:: '
servatlves should not feel thoy have been defeated nor r' w Appreciation Sale
THE CLEWISTON NEWS liberals that they triumphed. It is alone the middle groundci

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewistoa. moderation that has been endorsedThe I frIPw

L Florida, by The dewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. defeated in this election should not orment them '
Entered as Second Clair Matter February 1, 1127. at the selves with recrimination. The victors should not intoxicate GOODYEAR
Post Office In dewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of themselves with delusions. The opposition party must regain .
March I, 1879. its morale and its unity. The poles of American politics! .

are useful. But there is a point where they are off the map .
', QRIDq NATIONAL EDITORIAL' 'Common sense and national unity have prevailedThe THROUGH NOVEMBER 14 .

p !: T: Amercan nation can look with healthy and responsible I

MuMeia N j zeal to its task at home and in the world The '-
y problems are very great A steady people has conducted a BAIL NORMAN DICK'
6 0 Subscription Rates $4.00 per year DlEDLEB
national test It will go forward learning from the past
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' building for the future. Its President is responsible to the
BERYL BOWDEN. PublisherS. people and he is responsible to God-(Christian. Science
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Monitor. -. .*:f

Telephone: Justness and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 \
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves 1
the right to reject any objectlooal advertisement!
THD NEWS ...alDe. no re.pon.Uimr fer the eaten .t u.- port makes their growth and
eollclt mbnuierlpu cr pbotoir.pb.THK
NEWS. : .Miiin.a no financial mpvB.lblllty for trpoSTBphhml Sez program possible! .r ""
error.. or eoKmlulone' In &
ueh error before tho oral IMUO of the paper will reprint corecacti The bend students themselvesare
? thit part of the dTortlmnont In whlob tb* orror' occurred
!. tbo amt a time element would render the correction lue- due a great deal-of,credit
)..., the New. will reduce the price of the dvertUement by >n. Spirit! pride and lady luck .. for their growth as few schools
amount or omitted equal to copy the percental represented of the total apses ae the ..r..a.IOU' where art thou have students who are winingto 1 1 t L 1 ''r
The Clewlston Tigers moved do manual work for funds
out at the beginning of the season They will wash a window, mowa
apparently capable of 104 yard, trim a hedge, sell subscriptions -
win record and a good chanceto or any task for reasonable
pocket the Ridge Conference donations the purpose 3-T NYLONAllWEATHER 3-T RAYON

Mandate for moderationThe championship Personal and on their school first pride try., and new. uniforms.additional instruments '42* a-T NYLON CUSTOM SUPER-CUSHIOH

coupled with ability carried the Our' conomy-prlcedtir.-lhe only tan-prlctd SAFETY ALL-WEATHER The urn. rut t On (hit cam on new 19(4
team through tough Pahokee, --- tire with Tufiyn' rubber tnt 3-T Nylon cars with Tutiyn rubber and 3-T cord.
unlike the in the other Our blot wlllnt tire priced to" lace you more
American people, people
Seacrest, Sebring and Naples
Audio Hooks was telling tales dunce" th'llIitl' 0""w,
tI.E1ESS EAtswulN
great nations in recent days, have given their President a with the boys working together out of school Monday morningand rift lfyl. MatswaLL_ $8 ..-........, islet $16 I
and mandate. Baines Johnson has the A debatable h corn w earl rl ...,-
clear majestic Lyndon and getting big play. noted that Tony\ Toulla! of h.New, w Wren tu.1WS Wtlwa .
achieved a historic electral triumph. The American Republic play can In the waning the Glades Restaurant was cred ==.tees.. N" awl 9 4 .s crew .Itl can ewr"ua.
r I"wr
is not uncertain about It leadership. This is a great and moments of the Belle Glade ited with getting one dove per -re. N raw
game snatched a moral victory box of shells in I display of $ Mr.r to.E1ESS IIJCnll1
stabilizing fact in the world aw .
and mathematical 13-13 tie from marksmanship unexcelled. Let's tu.lmllUCnlltL, rot r.M eatery 9 w h sow,ear. :-Yrer w aw, teeters/K Ccoo $1 I 7
What la thia mandate? Why has it come? their grasp. Probably the greatest .see I boxes of shells at 25 =. :.= 'rbwq w. telmM-pal-
loss however was the injury shells per box equals I or 10 be .aba a wn.....t. moos r.M>*iMcut ww.Afwrq $15' "lOon.. .ram. .
The mandate is that the American people wish con- to Alberto Morrell who bad provided birds with the "projected cost UW,, WIK "

tinue in the path of moderation in their domestic and foreign the leadership in keeping per ounce" unobtainable. Positive Nit.Tot 51915011 $ 1' 'I' MMM a*H BM asruw...r 1UIIWS.._IUClWALL. $1..9"
policies. They reaffirm with impressive majorities the the troops thinking positive. ,result, one sore shoulder! .ana.wear'' "era.M'''rq.w.r ar._' m ar.rS w w... Ir.11wtWrrarr w/o-. ewes lei
the knowledge that =:
Without '
national which both for of la
concensus parties a quarter. a arr.rel5 .
"Bert" was backing them up, alrtfWw41. TUN1n5 pAt15EL f wuw.w,
century have normally supported. the line play became less sure County firm now ,.-. w'oU.wrNkUS $17 I "
Undoubtedly there will be efforts to make the President's of their tasks and the offensive Dixisteel .. IUClWItL ......... $12 vuwee:sob: N ,............. htultttst K hriw.weal.ta 5"61= $21 I
victory appear as a mandate for all-out extension of the opposing unit was teams less venerable keyed' their as the.defense. dealer =:':;,=rWwt.. .:..:.4:.tww .......... Me y.::: .N'.... ,
welfare state. We do not think this is the case. A very considerable 'tau e.fate" 1onr./odN.
Hen dr Aluminum
y County ..wwwwwe, $ .wr' w w w" 'lea
tu.nus IUCnAU
part of President Johnson's support came from Sales has been franchised
as 2
found 0
The Jupiter game several "part.' '
those of the center or right of center, who do not support of the "starters" more concerned dealer for the line of prefabricated tu.D.1SS WIIITtWItL. .... $14 c:1O.: 'a. :::A.- ritnuswratl. ..,soya$23
socialistic trends -,Much of it was a protest against extremism. with public relations steel buildings sold by cc-_cUrsM.. .........C.."new". eccoc. _. _.. .._ ........leiwt.. .www.rr.lwlw.,- armor
We believe the nation is calling for moderation. with the opposite sex than they the Oixlsteel Buildings Division Tlaur.rwn, ae.u: wow';: '
were In observing training rules of Atlantic Steel Company\ par W w w w/ easel ear
The 1964 campaign,. with aU its disappointments: and and sat the game out in the Dlxlsteel Buildings, with district TO.nus.._II tsattnrAtl",.... .. $!J !J TO.nus IlAt.WII1tu' $
its intemperance, has served the nation and the world well. stands. While the move was headquarters in Tampa dat.. II.FrOeMr. '$15 c._.......icw!. .rwrn q twnw,-. .www r.td. awwt'. Idd... 24
For It proclaims what people in self-governing! democracies beneficial to those. affected, the and manufacturing facilities in w_lU->,w,wwy Oar.r.s ear M 1Mrw/ wed II- .. --. .. .
ww.aw. sinew epte-
Ga. awl son I.
Atlanta. carries
opposite was true for team mo s completeline .
usually proclaim; they know policies and problems are not' "
all black and white; they wish to the national Interest rile Next came the Avon, Park of Industrial commercial, lww.I01nW
protect -
institutional and recreational $ TOIIlISIII.ACI1IALL
with vigor but also reasonable restraint in the threator game which de.plte'nun erou. WIIITtWItL tu.lWllUCnAU. 24 2 7
h wwt team class'
buildings that can be erected In /r OIIw
of the obstacle showed the Tigers rr ewnw........awwwr. $17 rr. nrraw"Llnlrn"lw rn way M newt wrrK.
use awesome now possessed they wishto the field structurally .
weapons ; to provide
had spunk as they battled for a w xo w sow soma w N can .. .
progress prudently in the solution of national sound, watel1lh.tructure ..- aw fur
problems. TD in the closing minutes and "'twu,' r wow. r" '''
And perhaps above all, they have said that moral Judgments almost a second as time ran at low costH ..r rw
In political matters must be weighed with care and e n dr y County AluminumSales atu.saaa.tJe.snt UKNo BLACKWA }S WHITEWALLS
compassion.The out.For those who saw the gamein owned by Gregor J. Eiser free Mounting Yluf aandiAVli
'* Take 'leIiNo.
Arcadia, it was a listless TIger of Clewlston and Easton Buy.chard _Limit..,..Guarantee... _..... ..II MM MM Ci star .. .. .>
emphasis which Senator Goldwater laid in the team that was more con-: of LaBelle, was startedIn GO _.. ,...U.wo wrr a. ..000MI. --,_.*.. nssfsfxni'Z
..campaign on vigorous resistance to communism on restraint cerned with getting the game 1981<< GO GOOD EAR ==.wrrwn.5-- Iwr rw.a M.rrs, rarer'arr.et'W jrzscaii.T: : ?:.i --. .".
in the growth of big centralized government, on the behind them than with exerting wide' tan rrwwa w a.rry
Importance of moral standards the maximum effort. Players
is far from negated by the
outcome. The American people listened to what he said, continue to play excellent games
Individually make the big play
and if for many not always relevant reasons they could not occasionally, but the unity that
adopt him and his program, they gave intense, earnest makes for a winning combination FHOIT-OF-THELOOM)
minority support President Johnson, with his desire to represent is lacking jfit-p- F01BLANKETS
all the people should give weight to their views. In No contact work. is scheduled
one form or another they are also majority views. for this week as conditioning exercises
and fundamentals take .
The election is far more than a personal victory. PresIdent over completely to give the boysa
Johnson's general approach and broad policies have rest and time to pick up the ', RMr DOUBLE fi1ZEOnly$4.88
been approved. He has indicated that he is sobered and broken pieces which make them
challenged by the terms of whole are put together,
victory. This should indeed be Reg. $8.95
Let us hope that Dame Fortune
his conviction. His appeal to middle-ground support both
returns for the remainderof
Republican and Democratic, should be a commitment to the season Faith Clew R SELECTION
stay or the high ground If the extreme right has been O
rejected lston over NFM in I real close BOL
so has the extreme left. game.Congratulations. ONL ;o

r 1 The world should be reassured The search for peace are due the

will go on, patiently and responsibly. Communism will be Clewlston Sugarland Band as
resisted the free world supported, but in terms whch man- they observe Band Week. For
ifest an International as well as national concensus. It Is each moment they spend in the
the conscience of a civilization in elemental danger. It remains public eye, they have spent and Mrs. Abner H. Vann Zebco
a primary concern that no form of tyranny shall be hours In preparation. With each a.r. shown at the Sheraton Park Thermos
appearance they add to theirgrowing Hotel In Washington, D.C. where
allowed the
to world of
scourge today unreslsted, but also
reputation as being attended
that the resistance to tyranny must not go over the brink one of the best high school bandsIn for State three-day Farm Insurance convention REEL JUGS
where the fate of hundreds of millions of men, women and the state. I compliment to representatives recently
children U directly Jeopardized.The director: Jack Scott, the Band Mr. Vann won the trip on the REG. $S.ss Beq. 'USONI.Y
Association parents, the residents basis of his success in representing ONLY
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,. Here are three' kinds of tigers. We sell two. (Have you priced a tiger latelY?) Floor Sto ck.Apphances.,

,1\ *>.e wick ones are our*.Pontiac I*tans, ,top ft."fierce 1 :ISO or 286 hp optional. Pontleo 6TO.above ,_Ioua.Come with Quick WIde-Track TIgers
I fi f'M y lip, bucket aetta. Hunt floor Ihillw,dUll ..tautts.hetvy.. I\IIIrIoe.\ NdlIIII tIrM.The wholC 1-, TIIIt other\aped .CV-
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pat-ing attack clicked on the day night to North Fort Myers Ass't. recreation tently! making his home at the dewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page '1'bneThur.daT.
big downs Cbwlston'i;) offensive and hope to return to the winning Fairgrounds Trailer Park, November 12, 1164
Tigers game was weak, dispite the
hum ex- column. Their season record -
[ ccilent play of Alberto director appointedWoody ,
o who Morrell 1 11 now 44, while the Bed Club Chat
returned to action follow Knights are 53.Clewl.ton Country '
log a shoulder Injury The Tigers Carruther, director of :
gained only 79 ;yard will play its final the Dewiston Recreation De Letty McConvllle wa elected
4th in the ground and 52 passing. Con football fame of the season on partment ha announced the ap chairman of the Ladle Golf Attention CarOwners
row tributing to the down fall were Cane Field Friday, November pointment of Bob Austin of Panama Association at the monthly
rop 20
three pass Interception and against Ridge Conference rival City as assistant director, meeting of the association last A :
two fumbles which Okeechobee. The game baa Friday.
to 1* of the defensive tackles and by the were recovered been designated a* Tiger homecoming. named ,
bomestandina Bull- LJlah Florentine was
that 'v
rasthe booted Arcadia'. : tor
::11' Arcadia. only punt 55 dogs vice chairman and Theresa
oo IInJ\\lll"ned out to be a Jim.larblOllSh :yard Arcadia cord In the first pe STATISTIC Stanton secretary: treasurer.
0C' sight I' the 6'5" For the Tigers it was another riod on a pas to Yarbrough The meeting was held at the
tad accounted t for allf dismal night as the Interior from Steve Lewis which wa Down, CI.w. ArosdlaFirst home of Mr. Earl Hartzell I
, touchdowns In the 21-0 line played! one of Its best gamesof good for 14 yard, The play climaxed Tard. Rushing It f 102* wife of the club professional: It is with pride that we announce II :
win over Oewlston. Heed the season only to see It go a drive of 55 yards. The Tads Ptiilnf || n who served luncheon for the 19 association of'
.ut f the :
nearly !fifty percent. by the boards as the Arcadia second TD came in the third Fun 4.| ,.,, member present for the meet-
in \ period on a drive that covered: P..... Intercepted by I I '
73-yard In 10 play with quar- Punti are- 1Fumbles .., Ing.The ladles played a Flag Contest BENSON "Mac" MCCLELLANDAs !
-- terback Darryl Trawick tossing Lost by 1 In the morning and first '
IS MILES AHEAD INModern to The Varbrough. Yards Pn.lI.ed j| u prize went to Terry: Mlllcevlc Service Manager of It
TRAILWAYS Tiger stopped another who did not have to place her
Bulldog: drive on the one-foot Tigers feted At ;1I flag until the second: shot on "CHUCK'S" PURE OIL I
line In the final period, only to number 10. Second prize wentto 1
see Trawick toss to Yarbrougn steak, fish meal Addle McGehee who placedher SPECIALIZING IN AUTO REPAIRS S SERVICE WORK
for 14-yards and a touchdownwith flag close to the number 9 THOM SPARK PLUGS TO MAJOR OVERHAULS" tS
clock.ony 25 second: on the While suffering from the plagues cup Very: good golfing, girls! 17 Years experience: In South FloridaCertified '
of a losing streak on the .
by BYe Ford Motor Company advanced
field of battle, the Clewlston Tigers 11
of the week training schools.
have been hosted with a Co. '"
Glades Roofing
..rI fish fry and steak dinner In the STOP IN TODAY DRIVE t
past two week. BOB AUSTIN AH Type el Beef aid
1 Ralph Ford treated the team Austin recently assumed his I IIICHUCK'S"
and coaching staff to a steak duties after having served a* New Cenatreetlen er
K dinner at the Glade Restaurant assistant superintendent of the Repair Jeb PURE OIL :
rr q_ k recently and the Hendry: County: Panama City Recreation department Phone 2.7111 '
Fish and Game Club hosted the for eleven year He 1* a Day er Breninn Comer Sugarland Highway and Francisco Street ; i
Player at a fish fry at the Elks graduate of Mankato Teacher' Phone 2-9421
P. a Bet UtiCLEW1STOM. Chuck and MacMcOelland.: owners YU ,
Club prior to their regular meet- College, Mankato Minn. FLA. ..r.r'I
tog last Wednesday. Austin 1* single and 1* pre- l I
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Co coast-to-coast with no change of bun or baggage 1
Relax on America'smoothest-riding,most THIS COUPON GOOD FOR
modern buses, bar none I Plus the Trailway eiduave I i : 1 the GIFT CIRCUITUniversal's :.r
-the personal touch that makes every II '
tap i pleasure! I purchase of any item or Items.1 ,
25cCOPD more (food and cigarettes ex- '" ,
I lti ) at THRIFTY DRUGS.IIi/ I : exceptional quality itemsHair e ;

.; II Coupons. good through November 19, 1964 I I. Req. Thrifty II l .

rl i II I U DryersLaScala Price $25.881 "

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The ST.only PETERSBURG Thru service_..._?.....__.... $5.00 Edwin JCIIX Cato and MCGEE John McGee !I! r rrrrr ____ : Duchess . ', . $24.95 $21.88. ',,,I j I
Hi hours faster via short route were praised for their defensive Starlet 15.95 '
NEW: YORK:?..'_H'_" ...... $36.75 work In the line McGee play- 1I LadyChic\$19.75. $11.95 }
The only Thru service Lug both ofenslve and defensive, : '
MIAMI $3.05 played his best game of the II THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ; I ] ;
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4 Convenient trip dally season Coach Joe Bundy said I I; : ElectrlcAppllances <
sTA Smitty Polhlll was credited '
Ho. Francico: Aye.BTJS YU 2.4961. with fine defensive play also by __ I ( On purchase of any item or items 1. Universal Toaster . $16.95Electric $14.88 ''II : 'J l
Coach Bundy who 1 I. wonderingwhat I I 50 $5.00or more food( and cigarettes eicepted I;J ,k I III
happened to the "ze.t" ( ) at THRIFTY DRUGS. !l I I. Can Opener $12.95 $ 7.77 p, :

WfillWAYSEasest the that first carried four the game Tiger before through hitting I : : Electric Can Opener $14.98 $12.88.. ,. ': I
the skids on their current Coupons good,'through' November 19, 1964 M Hand Mixer .-. $12.75 $11.88 '.; 1. ;

/ travel on earth four Tiger game go on losing the road streak.again The Frl- I ., 1 I.. Hand Mixer . ... $12.75 $11.88 I' ;", 1

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I items $10.00 or more (food and I Sunbeam .-.. $29.95 $24.95 :
IN I I 1 $1.00 cigarettes DRUGS.excepted),at THRIFTY Uf.1(I Lady'Sunbeam ,$17.75, $15.95 .,'," i

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Page Four TIlE CLEWISTON NEW aewliton, Fla attended the convention which limIts Include, Sears Road, 50 at her home In Highland City gin and children, Larry week and weekend Stetson University spent! the
Barbara, of Scbring, wen: here with her
r Thursday, November 12, 196' lasted all day mph; Flaghole Road, 50 mph: She had lived in the area for end guest of his parent, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann.parents,
At the regular meeting of the 832 extension, 50 mph. 70 years, Ship
chapter on Tuesday night, Mary The Clerk will notify the Surviving are six sons and six and Mrs. Will P. Jernlgaa Richard H. J. D. Quinton and C. F. Blair, Best WayREA )
Beth Fry was selected to be Slate Road Department requesting daughters, two brothers and Mr city utilities superintendent and

College choir at liary will be held Monday night "Miss FHA" and plant were Stop Signs be placed at four sisters. Knight of In Jacksonville dewlston spent visiting a city manager respectively, attended
Nov. 16 at 8 o'clock In the hospital made to have the FHA doll asa Nobles Road intersection with few days a school for purchasing
.t Ella Jane Lilly hIs mother, Mrs. Josephine agents, conducted at the
project again this year. Thlgpen Road; on Sears Road
Assembly of God Reports will be given by at Hwy. 29 Intersection; at Funeral services were held Knight hit sister, Miss friends / of Florida In G aloesvill FREE

members, of the auxiliary who FlaghJio: Road, Hwy. 27 Inter Wednesday afternoon at the Knight, and many yesterday. PICK.]
The Southeastern Bible College Karen Peers is made while they were rettd
l i attended the recent conventionin section and at both ends of the First Baptist Church in Moore they 'Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lea
Choir will present a con Clewiston several years and
Clearwater.The lie Miller thlt DELIVER
832 extension. Haven for Mrs. Ella Jane Lilly week are her
cert this Sunday, November
Il at the Clewiston Assembly of ,, meeting is an Importantone honored at FSU The commissioners voted to 73, who passed away Sunday ago. E. E. Montgomery and brother' and sister-in-law, Mr.
and an members are urgedto purchase a new conference evening at Hendry General Hospital Mrs. and Mrs. Ollle H. Edwards and Phone YU
God. is begin at and
1 The concert to Miss Karen Peers of Clewls- her grandchildren, Fatty 2.21
attend table end 4x new chairs for after suffering a stroke at Vernon Howard
7:30 Mrs. Bernice Kovacs Mayport
: : p.m. ton has been Invited to becomea ,Slbbie Wettberry, visited Mr.
I the Board's use in the cwrt her home in Moore Haven
is the director. and
member of the Florida State and Mri. Wilson Boyette
Last year the choir appearedwith University chapter 'of Kappa room and voted a budget trans.ter day afternoon. friends In Lakeland. last weekend .
Rev. C. M. Ward on the FHA Chapteron Delta Fi, national honor society from the Aerial Atlas limA, A native of Hampton County, '
Revlvaltlme broadcast m the in education. so that final\ payment may be South Carolina, she had been a '1'.1.. Tanner, accompanied
made on tliu ConrUy's', voting of Moore Haven for the
American Broadcasting Com rollThe resident JOHNNY'S
honor Students are selected onth\ by her father, I. V. Burke
machines. .. 43 She was an active COVERShas
pany network They were heard bail of grade point averageand past years. was in Fort Myers Tuesday onDullness. \
over the special shortwave network Clewiston FHA Chapter character 'Undergraduate Attending theta.ot. wire member' of the First Baptist 1 t
of the Assemblies of God roll H. S. Parkinson! ,'. chairman; Church and of the Rebecca moved to iu
named honor Stlft
has been an must have.n average 4"\: ,>.0Bf Mr. and Mrs. Wm T. new location
Gratton George, W. B, ,Barron, I
,: missionary outlet. for the third straight Lodge.
chapter ( and'-gradukte- student aa and Mrs. Elizabeth SUtt are expected
R. C. Howling and Campbell is survived by her ,hus,
Pastor James KImbrel ex She WEST
year. 3.S (A-mlnua) this week from SUGARLAND
average of. to return
It" Nail$;' coramliilfcaert Dorothy M. Lilly Moore Haven HIGHWAY
tends invitation ;
a special to The award was announced: at Mina peers la the daughter of band. Lloyd trip to Texas and Arizona,
I hear this outstanding choir. The .M. dark jckrk: Harry: P. John- and a brother Angus M. a
the District nine FHA convention Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Peer of the past auto glass '
have spent
where they -
;. Assembly of God Is located at in Hollywood on Nov. 7. ,Clewiston. soon,'attpuAey-ll. :, \\R. 7homss7asle Brown, VarnmJll, S.c. month. seat covers upholster'
213 South Francisco Street. county engineer and Sammy S ericea were, conducted: by
There are but five other honor Glddena
Mrs. C. M.
Mr. and Phone
roll chapters In the district: Langford.' ., commissioner-,' Rev,Teddy Greenberger of Ven- their Don Glddena YU 3-3271 for Estimates
BIRTHDAY GREETINGSNov. elect! oJ Malcolm, expect son
and R.Y''Y'' W.
Pink Lady ChatterBy which comprises 45 chapters. us and wife and baby of Coral JMVEWISTON.,
Twenty-five girls 'Includingthe 12-Dorothy Lee, Mrs. M. pastor of the Moore Haven Bap and their daughter, Mrs. FLORIDAATTENTION
E. While and .B. Mottley chapter "sweetheart".. Borne C, Keene, Mrs. Eugene King- Cancer {Society tint, Church. Interment was In Lionel Beatty and'Dr// '' Beatty

The regular 'meeting of the Morgan and the advisor for son, Paul Blleman' Jackie. Ortona Cemetery, with Pattison of Fort Myers, to spend the
Hendry General hospital Auxi the group, Mrs. Jackie Gentry, Goldman. Funeral Home in charge of arrangements weekend with them in dew1s .-
Nov. 13 Jack Fry. Caroline meets tonight ton. e

\ Pape Karl Malston, JudTWeaveI' of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hornsby .
The annual Fall meeting
Dale Stanford.
and Mr.
Nov. It-Larry Lee, Pat Baker. the East Hendry County unit of and daughter Evelyn E. Nall at- Farmers Cane
and Mrs. Campbell Growers
with 4-whcel drive has the American Cancer Society and Ranch
,The 'Jeep' Gladiator Nov. IJ-Dlck Crawford, Lorraine tended a Little Theater play in ,
traction of ordinary pick-up trucks. Dunaway, Sammie Ray will be held tonight at 7.30: at LOOK TO THE
twice the the Youth Center All are invited Lehlgh Acres Saturday evening. FUTURE AND
Young, J. T. Suggt Mrs. Fred
Young. to attend. Mlti Judy Vann; a student at WISELY PLAN YOUR

Dr. Gordon G. Allison of Clew
Nov. 16-Mrs. Eva Andrews,
Wayne Sullivan iston will speak and a film on FINANCING

Nov. 17-Marie Goodwin, Elbert the relationship of smoking and PERSONALS 4. Lew Coat Farm Mortgage.

; wpa Hooker, Beryl Bowden, Le- cancer will be shown. FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAft
Boy Hare, Wilfred Pelham, Mrs. James P. Legg of Fort Hill Furnish Cash TeRefinance
E Mrs. Charlotte Land left Sun-
Thelma Fender, Martha Topper Myers, area executive directorof e debts
the society will also speak day for Lubbock Texas, to visit e Finance farm fanprevementi
Billy Morgan, Mrs. T. H. new buildup
Roland. and Woodrow Carruthers, pres- her daughter, Mr. Larry Garrett chase wind machine and tnsUn
ident of the unit will preside. and famn,. Dr. Garrett Is
Nov. Is-Elile Futch. Otha For. e Aaalat in purchase ef a farm, grove ar neck
member of the US Air Force
Awards will presented to those a
ester, Sandra Veale. e Purchase more land
n Nov. -Ernie ,Miller, Gerald who have taken a leading partin and is stationed at Lubbock costNIGU e Provide capital funds for the taro tulerprba.

sir ,' etw. ,a rv Stiles, Hostile Benbow, Ron the cancer crusade for the AFB. ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
Guests of Mrs. Goldie Dun-
X N past year and new officers and
nie and Donnie Lewis. IAS( ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
board members will be elected. away last weekend were Mr. 1. Lower payments.
and Mrs. C. B. of Pen-
Hayes -
Contact me today! 1. Lager terms (lap to SI yean).
sacola, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
C Cart you;ma jive a truck with 1-whetl drive Roads citrus OBITUARIESMr Church and Curtis Dunaway of 1. Dependable service (serving acrlcollirre i.IC
Juuutiu 4 mud this deep? since 1117))
(Continued from Page 1) Martha Davis Jacksonville All attended a Abner H. 4. Fan prepayment privileges without pensKr.
family gathering Saturday the
Messer and Enoch H. Whldden
approved. Mrs. Martha J. Williams, 81, home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Vann 8. Lees service I by local people familiar with best i iculture.
The 'Jeep' Gladiator with It It holds It, value became It were .
mother'of Mrs. Ruth (H. L.) Dunaway in Felda.
varsatle. The commissioners voted to
4-whael drive can get through stays
stormy weather and rough terrain Go to your ''Jeep dearer and renew the lease of Tom King Davit Clewiston, died Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Jernl- Ph. If we can ke .. service to yet please write ar pasM 1
that would stop any conventional test drive a 'Jeep' Gladiator. cade for farming purposes on a W. E. MAT. Mgr. er DOYLE E. .ABBOTT Atst. _".

.-' C-whMl drive pick-up.That because Notice lie passenger car smoothness. 19 acre portion of Clewiston Airport YU 2-5971
It hat twice the traction. Then find a hill. A steep SUGAR SUPPLIES Federal Land Bank Association !
Jeep1 Gladiators plow through one. Try It hallway In 2-whaal and canceled other leases ENERGY
snow, slush through mud, sail drive. Now throw the Maap' there having terminated' on November
through downpours and give. better Gladiator In 4-whaal drive. And 1. STATE of Bradenton
control on Ice. hang on. You'll know than what The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce IltissM
And because K It built to take taptratet other pick-up trucks Lid Imuriwi CMipwy
letter, urging consideration $Horn Oltldi lloMMnite, PHONES 7IS-SM1 BtADENTON.
It Veep' Gladiator la worth a from the "Unstoppable IN'IleAl.
of the facts of Increased
.... 1I'"k/
mint when you get ready to sail rCPeAnON. business activity due to South

Florida Parachute, Inc's opera.,
New kind of pick-up truck tion at Air-Glades when the

for twice the traction. is Parachute up for renewal corporation's was lease read, a '

and the Board requesting Clerk "

'Jeep'Gladiator l Dorothy Clark to notify the cor e. -
poration's representative Paul 1

with 4-wheel drive. Poppenhager to appear at,the
next board meeting. ]
Other correspondence included !

WALDRON MOTORS a letter from Governor Bryant
asking the Board to sub-
841 Eoal Suqorlcmd Highway Clewiston. Florida mit an Inventory of proposed

See 'Jeep' vehicles fa action on TV recreational sites to the State

"CBS Evening News With Walter CronUte" (IM p.m. (I 4) Recreation Planning Commission
for study. The board.ret.r-
red the letter to the County
Recreation Committee.A Stiop-'JEat1
letter was read from Harvey

/ Klein, an Ocala attorney
/ ,who had recently used the ser
I Our vices of the Clewittoo Airport Last CallFOR

.ErTERs and commended manager Jimmy ._
Cockrlll to the Board.
The board also Instructed
Branch Harry P. Johnson; county attorney YOUR LISTING IN THE:
a. Plan NOW for Christmas; ifs only 6 week away!
r to prepare Immediately, a

I Office of notice his shop to Cockrlll and living for quartersat removal CHAMBER OF COMMERCE New lingerie, dresses and costume jewelry are in stock,!

the airport at a specified reasonable and our new Christmas merchandise is arriving daily. f
time from delivery of MEMBERSHIP GUIDETO
; the notice to vacate. Make your selections early. LAY AWAY, if necessary,!
Sheriff Earl Dyest appeared PROGRESSIVE CLEWISTON BUSINESSES but don't delay. '
before the Board requesting

that the newly a speed paved limit Nobles be posted Road on Pay Your 1965 Dues Today The

We Even Pay The Postage! In North LaBelle, with the com- Toggery Shop

mliskmers voting! that a SS mph Fiona the Chamber office: YU 2-3101
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Sandra Swayne is honoreet the Played evening her ,lovely The gifts during no Beardsley, Jean Davis, R. J, Cewlaton.
Miss Fla THE
guest list In. Blount, Sharon CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
eluded Coots Edward
: Misses
Judy Vann, Joann Crawford. Barton, and Ruth B. Owens, of r- Thursday November 12, 1904
Cheryl Lee NanA
shower Saturday Clewlston.
bridal evening Nell Clark, Margaret --
.t Miller Waters Mrs. Frenda Tyson, South
Lee, Lov.
whoseBCarltonlvhltewni and Mri. vorn Bay, Miss Linda Walker and
James L Currie .
Owens Mattie "
of Sue
)lea S Clewlston. Items, Diane Rackstraw Miss Joyce Letter Palm Beach r m"mf: : 't Ih 'mt.IJ tt.rn'ST.1W1:
,e4dDJ! of November 28th. A green and white color Mesdames Wayne Wilklson, BU- Shores, Miss Gay Carlton, Okee- ,I t UJUtUU!
event chobee, Mrs. W. J. White, Canal
bridal ahowsaturday scheme was used In ly Swindle
It the George
bOJIored Evening the decoration and party Gerald White Rant Point Mrs. I. R. Maloy Paho- 't
on up- accessories Gary Clark ;J ; i
kee ,
Inn. and my Miss Linda Juretle, Boca THRIFTY,
The Clewlston of cake, arlJerit Wm. c- BosweU, Raton
f1 e5de were Mrs Karl Wat- punch, nuts and mints were Dan McCarthy, Elbert Stewart West Palm and Miss Beach.SwayneWhite Regina. Rlggs,
JIoI Pabokee, J41a. l.7nJa served Abner Vann, A> U Stephens, H.
... of. ws, John Branaman, The hono-ee opened and dls- I faQiO >Hunan, n T. vaughn. Jr., Y- DRUGFried
Anthony Toulls. J. A. Duncan,
,E. U Holoubek R. M Hare,
Sr., A. W. Lawrence Q. E. Eth- Mr. and Mrs Stuart Lenses Fillet of
-ATi--i Deep Waters Fish
erton Parker T. Wilson, O. H. Swayne announce 1h.- engage-*'
SHunting "
Brown, ment and approaching marriage French Fries Creamed Cole Slawor
of their
Mesdames daughter, Sandra Kay,
K. 0. Shows Fred to B '
Carlton White, son of Mrs. -
Naughton. J. J. Geiger, S. H. W. J.
White and the late Mr: '
.-- Stalls Frank Jacobs. R. E. White of Canal Point, Florida Homemade Salmon Croquettes

Camoufiage SUITS COTS M.Kr Pickle Uler. W.Charles a Ham B Owens Jr., D.C. Clewlston Miss Swayne High Is School.a graduate She at-of with Celery Sauce. .

BLANKETS W. Judd. L., E. Lee Thos. tended Palm Beach Junior College RECENTLY MAHEIED,MR. AND MBS. JOHNNT DICIC- Tossed Garden Salad
HUNTING Rackstraw Owens, C. H. Coleman G. D. and BeU lies Business Col. CO arVmaUne their fosse In West'Palm Beach ai. 2M Lakeland Italian Bread
VESTS Air Mattress Barbara Barbara Grainger, leg In West Palm Beach. She DriV*. deters the September ceremony Mrs. IMCloe was or Hot Roll
Paulk. R. C. Bowling, had '
just returned from New
Charlie Martinez Major Lee, 1Kh. Rotate June, of ClewMon, daughter *f Mr. and Mrs.
?" York where she served as a' 58c 2 for 98c
-HODGMAN WADERS BOOTS Ross LaByer Barbara WInD, hostess for Palm Beach County J. C. Je.es'.t Moon, Harem or
SLEEPING BAGS JACKETS Elbert Hooker Melvin Herring. In the Florida Pavilion at the
SWEAT SHIRTS WITH OR WITHOUT HOODS, L, C. Miller, Wilmer Hayes C. New York World's Fal*. Barbie Dolls with completewardrobes THRIFTY BREAKFAST
E. Nell?, Fred Sikes Carl' Fte- Mr. White Is a graduate of Engagementis for both, which will,
rara, J. W. Knells A. C;. EU1- 3 hot cakes butter
Al/S ARMY STOREUSE Pahokee High School and FlorIda be used is a .moneymakingproject. syrup,
son Foy Durrence Virginia '
State University. He la employed and coffee
RobieoaMesdames .,.,.
( OUR LAY.AWAY-PLAN) by Southern Bell Tel.* announcedThe It also was Announced that asocial
78 E. Sugorlond Hwy." Cl wUton Carlos Dickey, S. phone and Telegraph Company will be held at the Post Frozen Chees Cake ... 25c
L. Crochet, J/W. Clark WayPublic as office manager of.the Ft. engagement of Miss Ay- home for all auxiliary members / Like our coffee and tea? your second cup
Pierce and Stuart exchanges. line Frances Mueller'of Paho- Nov. 14 at I p,m. All membersare Ia FREE also your 3rd. 4th. etc. .
The wedding will be an eventof lee to John Wayne Reynolds, asked to Join the fun.: .
W -
'_.a" November 28 at the Community also of that city, is announcedby The next regular meeting will I W.. .. ..
rA' Presbyterian Church. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. take place Dec. T. ,IIIi. ..E ff: _, ,: ::..t lIt!!

., Frank W. Mueller. The Mae>> !
lers, formerly residents of dew
Notice District director lilac reside at 123 S. Flame
Avenue, Pahokee.
visits BPW Club Mr. Reynolds, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward T. Reynolds of "
Mrs. Rosa Nash, Bell Glade, Wetumpka, Ala. makes his :
Your attention It) called to Section: 24-4 of the Cod of Ordinance oi The district director, and Mrs. Helen home with his brother Edward i
City of Oewblont Moyer, West Palm Beach, R. Reynolds, and family. < 1
assistant director, visited the
Clewlston Business and Professional t
Sec. 244. LIMITATION UPON USE OF HOUSE TRAILERSNo Women's Club Tuesday at :."- t
its noon meeting In the Glades
person shall occupy or use a house trailer in any place other Pit Room. t

than a regularly licensed trailer'park, except upon the conditions hereinafterset The officials presented the 1 I II
forth. This section shall be construed to prohibit use or occupancy of a club with a membership award
house trailer while parked upon the streets or parks, as well as trailerS being which It had won on the basis (r
located elsewhere except as follows: of Its year's membership activities. : Y sa
Mrs. Harriet Zauel,president
((0)) The trailer may be located only upon property, title to acknowledged the presentation I
which Is In the occupant of the trailer.b commending local mem- ; ,
bers for their loyalty. Y
( ) Said trailer must be located within the area in which trailer The directors also gave a resume + NORGE i
parks are authorized by this chapter.c of the recent state board ALONE clYn i s't' ,;t
meeting and told of plans for YOU AlL 4 WAYS t: !.
( ) No trailer shall be located on property having a street district activities. Mrs. Zauel OF DATING ,;, i
frontage of less than fifty feet or a depth of less than one asked members to help with the 1'Tumbla-dry with heat II:
hundred feet, and such dimension shall be the minimumarea rummage sale on Saturday, and ,
with the fruit cake sales Plans tiumbledrywftbslr
for.each trailer.d .
were made for attending the N' PlUS imiKivtNOTUMBLt '
( ) Said trailer shall be set back from the front property line district meeting on Sunday. iIU.H CYCUS j'f
at least thirty-five feet and shall be placed upon a perm- Also a guest at the meeting (for delicits! thing you (f ill i
was Mrs Elizabeth )
W. Miller dirt not turoclKlry r.:
anet foundation and be an addition to the real property.
Mobile, motor vehicle house trailers, for which motor ve- Mln Mueller attended the 1 Hist-dry,no tumbling '
high schools of Clewlston and FOR THE PRICE'OF Air-dry,no 'f
hicle license tags are purchased, do not comply with this f Pahokee graduating from the tumbllnf .
subsection and no such trailer shall be used or occupied i.:Ia tier J in June 1964. She Is pre- I 8' i

outside <} ;regular licensed trailer.park. ffYSTALSunvMonvTue 9 UusOor sently a College.Mr. student. at palm Beach Ali ORQI RI'' DRYE ..,:..' \ I

(e) A permanent septic tank or other satisfactory and approved Reynolds attended the .t. "
facility for disposal of sewage shall be installed. *. \Wetumpka High School and is I i
Nov. 15-16-17 presently employed by S. N. f I M:
All persons in violation of this section of the Code of Ordinances 'Knight Farms
shall correct this violation within 30 days from this notice. A late December wedding is
this film, then pray
for peace. You'll see best planned. NORC
screen performances of

.'" City Manager the year. Kelly Tractor Model DE-G-220. -, "

WedvThun Nor. 18-19 I

"BEHOLD A PALE: ,. annual picnicNearly :

Peck three hundred people I I
Anthony QuinnA attended the annual picnic of ,
tale of Suspense the Kelly Tractor Company held '
on the grounds of the Elks Club S.

MOBILE I HOME OWNERS Friday. Nor. 20 Sunday.and the company's shop on FROM I '

Offer SPECIAL I Ends 15 Nov. '6420'xlO' Late show 11:30: after Boat rides on the lake, a softball Wash 'n wears dry wrinkle-free '
the game! game, golf, tennis, drawIngs : Automatic, 3-heat selection- I

PATIO COVER or AWNINGALL "TERROR HOUSE"IN A HAUNTED occupied for prizes those and In attendance.other events high low or fluff 00 Ii

Barbecued chicken, baked: I Exclusive 5-way ventingI $149 I
ALUMINUM EMBOSSED FINISH You will find this real beans, potato salad, corn on the Norge knee-action door latch I ;
terrorama cob and other outdoor specialties I i
metalF. ,
200 square feet .024 gauge were served to 284 people ,
FrL-Sat Nor. 21 who cam from Miami, West I
O. B. $139.95 ClewistonLaBelleHENDRY DOUBLE FEATURE Palm Beach Fort Pierce and

INVITATION TO A nearby the affair.communities to attend GLADES GAS CO. ::1

COUNTY ALUMINUM SALES GUNFIGHTER" A party; was held for some 70 i
Yull Brynner children at the play park while
cSISEm"1. CALL NOW FLA. Incredible Mr. Limpet" their parents toured the sugar Dan McCarthy
; 2925 FOBDEIIVEIT F,A9TONLaEEfJ&BOTCHAEDOK 5-43U Returned for more laughs mm.Th' :
TO grand prize In th* drawIng Phone YU .
a stereo record player, was 2-1311 Clew tcm, Fla.
won by Herman Summerford of i
Miami. .

VFW Auxiliarymeets '

Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. at Post home .;1

A'l'he Veterans') Hawkins of Foreign Kirk, Wars Gordon THANKS rl

Post 41SS held a regular
meeting at the Post home on

Of Nov. 2 with President Marie ... .",',", .
Line .
Complete presiding.It I ,I'" I
was announced that the Many, ,many thanka to those true Patriots who '

.. ., Building Material i l. Dixie auxiliary< crystaitheeter; wm display- a pair at the of ican faithfully supported for President that Stalwart Amer .:\tl }i
1 Senator Barry Goldwater "
r ;m f ; !

While we must accept defeat for the .' }I'i'
S present, we :;d :
( SilL!! urge you to hold l fast to the high principles which bound i

--' For large or small; j I, together in the'reccnt: campaign. ,,;t,i, "

jobs our radio Thura .""'
M i : concrete >
r s _
; I Hence
J trucks will forth our stance shall be the same one chosen
controlled 15%
DiscountON by that "extremist", 1850 '
model-Henry Clay "Sir I
# deliver your needs quickly PERSONALIZED would rather be right than_be President!" ,

] and efficiently. CHRISTMAS CARDS ?cot j ; I

ORDER NOWII Florida Republican Executive Committee : .

Bond Street R. E. Burchard, Hendry County -

w: HaitiSf.-.C1ewidoli: J I
Call YUkon'2 1411 .
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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Via.Audubon gate will be mainly: Involved libillty to locate every farm clothing for the children Immokalee of migratory Society the grand affair marshal were;: Devan Ruth Turner Matell, Evangelist

Thursday November 12. 19S.I In the formulation of Farm Bureau within an enumeration district, : workers near group grand warden; Margaret Kel- Days

policies for the .coming determine whether the operatorof also was discussed. ley, grand Electa; Basle Robl! services tonight
the farm has answered all Father Robert Hostler gave a
year. son, grand Instructor Ruth
KoreaKorea ;
Policy Is set following final questions on a questionnairethat short talk on the changes In the Meredith grand representative West Dolores DIVII
Society asks better action on a host of proposed resolutions will be mailed to the farmer Mass which will go into effecton of Missouri; Jessie Barnes first of Palm Beach wW hold

I from each of the or- by: the census bureau help Nov. 29. was the topic of discussion chairman of the O.E.S.; Hilton IPclock! three tervcwj'

1 r ganization's county units. the farmer complete any unanswered Mrs. Luis deArmas society at a meeting of the Turner Endowment Fund Com at SUiBrland A ftrium !
protection for birds of prey Convention activities get underway question on the form president presided over the Women's Missionary Society of mittee; Dorothy Brown, Credentials .t the services t1U be h
Sunday: afternoon witha and check answers for accuracy. business meeting. Mri. Dan McCarthy First Baptist Church held last Committee; Madge Taylor, night and same hour tom
Vesper Service followed by: week. nlihl
Florida's birds of prey the All of the eagles hawks and the annual Farm Bureau Talent reported on the South- Library Committee; Frank Scott will be 81 the
west Coast Deanery: meeting Affairs of this nation were Brown co-chairman of Grand Organ
eaglet hawks and owls are owls are protected by Florida Find Contest Sunday: nightMonday's Altar Evangelist Davie !II
among the most valuable birdsin law in view of their value in : program calls for a Society which was held Oct. 29 In te- presented in a program conducted Chapter Session. of Mrl. Fred Posten a lis

the state, and illegal killingof controlling rodent and insect full day: of business combinedwith high Acres. MM. G. N. Pltren by: Program Chairman IDea Among past matrons and John Swindall, Sr both IDd
Mrs. Pat Peters and Mrs. de- Llneberger assisted by Mrs. A. patrons letonu of CI
them by Irresponsible shooters populations and their Interest to addresses by some outstanding .- Introduced
holds were! : Lucy
must be stopped if they are the general public," said K. D. speakers and reportsto meeting Armas attended the meeting R. Broadfoot. Mrs W. F. Nail and John
to survive the Florida Audubon Morrison, State Audubon presi with Mrs. McCarthy. Mrs. W. R. Broadrlck and Mrs. Daisy:
the membership by Flnlay-: Tompkins C. M. Plrkle. W. J.Roblson. .
Society declared this week. IOn and T. K. McClane Jr., executive Plant were made for the annual Following the meeting the Bob Christie Yoder
dent.Mr. in sandwiches, Mrs. Nail, president, conducted Faye: and Eileen
Morrison added that vice presidentSpeakers Christmas party for the hostesses served Raulerson of Moore Haven <9r GOD
some areas where hawks and Include Dr. E. T. cake and coffee. the business meeting with ; : a
children of Mexican migratory Louise and James Hendry Belle
Pahokee owls had been killed extensively York provost for agriculture at the attendance pin for the > kEEPING
sugar workers in the Devil Garden Glade; Mary Etherton. Anna
to the
the quail population declined month being presented
the University of Florida; Jack ST. FETCH'S L07TIERANsllvicE Ford Clarice BOOkS
Nowllng Hor-
because the rodents which sometimes C Lynn, legislative director for area at a meeting of SL Mar Julia Head Circle.
eat quail eggs increased the American Farm Bureau garets' Altar Society on Wednesday It was recommended that thegoal tense Vann, Dot and Larry Lee, records YOU
seminar Nov. 19 His
Belle Glade Velma Story.. Anne Glotfelty eternal
when their natural controls Federation; Hon. E. C. RoweD : evening. The meetingwas for foreign missions be way
were nearly eliminated. speaker-designate: for the 1965 held at the home of Mri. Rev. Richard Rosemaa,. pastor set at 1890 for home missions and George Nottingham of Sugarland. reveal how you express
Florida's sugarcane Industrywill E. L. Holoubek with S10 this your love for Him.
House of Representatives; Hon. Mil. C. D. 9:30: a.m. Sunday School $ year
come under scrutiny next Wells it i James (Nick) Connor presi HIne and MM. Begins Ever 10:30: a.m. Divine Worship On Sunday Nov. 15 At Da- "
Thursday: Nov. 19 when state Airman dent-designate for the 1965 FlorIda serving at co-hostesses. 8.00: p.m. Wednesday: Bible son recently returned from a '' ,
agricultural leaders meet at Pa Senate Hon. Beth Johnson trip to Europe and the Holy 't"
; The collection of shoes and Class
hokee to map out the Industry's technical trainee state senator; and Hon. Edward Land. will show films and tell Less forest 9:45
potential for the next decade. his C.m Sunday
about journey:
J. Gurney: U.S. Congressman. -
The meeting will be held at the Airman Charles C. Wells son On Dee. 10 a banquet will be 11:00: a.m. Morning W,

Pahokee Elks Club at 1:30: p.m. of Charles H. Wells of 202 W. District caucuses for the election ClewistonChurch held at the First Baptist Church burned ship.

Sugarland. has completed the of state Farm Bureau directors with the missionary Bill Hick- acres "A Better
The meeting Is part of DARE first phase of his Air Force will be held late Monday man from Paraguay, the main Brand ofristianhr

(Developing Agricultural Resources basic military training at Lack afternoon.The speaker. The dinner will coat $1 Florida's forest
Effectively) program land Air Force Base..San .Antonio annual banquet will be each. There will be no nurseryopen continues to Improve fire with record 21 8:15: p.m. Training Unlo!

Initiated several months ago by: Texas. held Monday night with Hon. Directory at the church that night per cent less acreage burned 7:30: p. m. Evenlnq We
University of Florida Provost Wells has been selected for
Doyle Conner Commissioner of Present at the meeting were by: wfldflres during the ship
for Agriculture E. T. York Jr. technical training as a commu Agriculture as master' of cere- Mesdames Broadfoot, Llneber ending In July. year Rev A. O. Dawson
The main objective of DARE Is nications-electronics specialistat monies. The main speaker win ger Christie Herbert dark uliutratod
to evaluate each agricultural the Air Training Command be W. J. (IBIllI) Hamrlck. vice JEHOVAH'S:: WITNESSES: ST. MARGARETS CHURCH Nan Broadrlck Bin Thomas, During that :year 5.841 fires The Holy messag M
commodity in Florida and formulate school at Kessler AFB Miss. BaU-417 A. Hostler burned 67,111 acres of protected Land
president of Gulf Life InsuranceComp.or. Kingdom W. El Paso Father Robert Goldle Dunaway Maxwell 8:00
a plan of action to assist His new unit is part of the system ILOalwraSunday Downs, Bert Whldden Mildred forest land. This Is .37 per : p.m. Wednesday
: 1:00: ..m. sir 7.00: p.m.-Sunda1
each Industry. which trains airmen and The final session of the convention Watcbtower"" Study, Mss Wood N. J. McElroy: A. aMeske cent of the 18.238.n9 acres .of Mid. week prayer

Joining experiment station officers in the diverse skills re comes Tuesday: morning 1:13: p.m. 7.00: a.m.-Dafly Weekday Mass Bob Stacy BIll Wlnv forest woodland now under protection service

marketing and sugarcane exports .qulred by: the nation's aerospace: with final action of resolutionsand Tuesday: Bible Study 1:00: pjn. Too: a.m.-First Friday Mass.IIR8T berly E. M. Cornett. Martha of the Florida Forest "Studies in
and Industry experts will force a report on the election of Thursday. Mfahtry School T:JOpjn. Topper R. E. Stevens, A. R. Service. Fifty-two of $7 Florida 1 TheMalonlani

be Agricultural Extension Service A graduate of Brunswick Mo. directors for the coming year. CHRISTIAN Torbert, Sam Young. counties are now under countywide NURSERY OPEN FOR
Director: Marshall O. Watkins high school Wells attended the Following adjournment, ex- Service Meeting 1:30: p-ra. 201 N. Franclsee Street controL All SERVICES
and Assistant Director Joe University of Florida pected around noon on Tuesday: B. J. Goodrich. Minister The Fire Service using methods -
N. Busby. the new Board of Directors will NOKTnSXDE MOnONAKT of rapid detection and heavy:
Leading off the program will meet to wind up the convention BAPTIST CHOICE 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Grand duty water pumps, gets to fires
Matron First
be Dr. W. W. McPherson agricultural Farm Convention activities for the 33,000-member 804 N. Francisco Street 11:00: a.m.-Communion and early and literally floods them

economist, who will general farm organization. Rev. Julian Pop Worship Service. out. This Is the new concept In BAPTIST CHURCH

examine trends In sugar consumption ':41 a.nL-Sunday: School 7:30: p.m.-COmmunlon and forest fire fighting and requiresnot
prices, world produc- Worship Service. honored hereMrs. VENTURA AT CENTRAL
Sunday 11:00: a.m.-Morolng Worship. only properly trained crews
tion, beet and sugarcane production opens on Census workers 1:30: p.m.-ETC. Wednesday: 'but the right type: of equipment. Bob L Christie, Paitoi
and competitive relations. 7:30: p.m.-BIble Study.Wednesday
7:30: pm.-Evening Worship Adele Robertson, Worthy
Ferdinand LeGrand, assistant Representatives from Hendry Grand Matron of the Grand

agronomist with the Everglade and Glades counties will be In selected hereMrs. 7:30: p.m.: ':: Prayer Service. : COMMUNTT1 PENTECOSTAL Chapter of Florida of the Orderof
Orlando next week for the 23rd
Station, will review the present
HOLINESS CHURCH the Eastern Star made an official -
status of sugar production In the annual convention of the Florida Jeraldlne Albrltton of HEAR
ufm.cn OP" GOD South Clewbhm visit to the Clewiston chap
Farm Bureau Federation.Otto '
state. LaBelle and Mrs Harriett B. IU Seat.!. Pacific Averse Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor ter last Friday evening.
There will be a panel discussion Larsen newly elected Edwards of Clewiston have been ,.
Rev. H. M. Long 10:00 Sunday School. Robertson from Biscay
: a.m.-
on sugar production problems president of the Hendry County selected as enumerators for WHAT GOD
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 11.00: a.m.-Morning Worship. ne Bay: Chapter No. 75, Miami.was SAID
with representatives of bureau will be accompanied by Hendry County's 1964 agriculture -
conducted .
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 7:45 Evangelistic to star points
small and large producers, labor Earl Miller vice president; M. census, Crew Leader John : p.m.-8und.y where she
was presented five
7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Service.WedDead.r .
surface water and govern R. Thomas secretary-treasurer Hooker has announced.The .' kinds of
from "The Sweeteat
and Ken Curtis, director. : : Wednesday: : sugar
ment participating. Researchand :enumerators are part of
educational activities also The Nov. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Servie.
three-day meeting, a force of 23,000 temporarilyemployed Mrs. ,e.
Essie Roblson
will be discussed. 15-17, will be attended by: agricultural throughout the nationto Friday: Friday: presentedthe
John Tledtke sugarcane grow leaders from throughout do the census job under the 7:30: p.m.-Young People's En1:45: p.m.-Youth Service.. gift from Sugarland Chapter Anointed Anointed

er and member of the board of Florida representing the direction of the US. Bureau of .deavor.COMMUNirr which was a length of sugarcane

directors of the Sugarcane state's 64 county bureaus. Headquarters Census. The enumerators will FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH whose leaves were formed -
of crisp U.S.
Growers' cooperative of Florida for the convention win be trained in a special four-day FBESBYTEBIAN 102 E. Ventura Averse green currency.
will wind up the program by: be the Cherry: Plaza hotel. home study: course designed to 407 &.J'l1l'allll Avesne Rev Bob L. Christie Mrs.Grand Robertson and the Worthy Preaching Singing
Patron Lee Bowles of
leading a discussion on how to Led by the federation's president prepare them for the work.It Henry H. Ford. Minister
develop an action program. E. H. Flnlayson, dele Is the enumerator's respon. 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School _. 9.45: a.nv-Sunday School. Jacksonville, were made honorary -
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. members of the Sugarland ,
11:00: a.m -Momlng Worship
6.15: p.m..-Training Union. Chapter.
:w C:00 p.mj!-Westminster Fellow f
ship. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. Decorations for the banquet

Wednesday: Wednesday: : tables at the Pit Room of the .:

7:30: p.m...:.Cholr Practtce. 7.M: p.m.-OlrioMme.d Teach Glades restaurant were lengthsof
Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON cane and croton leaves, at the EVANGELIST DOLORES DAVIS
METII-D 1:00: p.m. Midweek Prayer: chapter room an arrangementof
FIRST CHURCH Service. Fall flowers was In the East,
131 W. Oioeola Avenoe Chris Scott at the Organ
1:45: p.m.-Choir Practice. with stalks of cane tied with
Rev. David Denalow. Pastor large green bows at the other BEGINNING TONIGHT
9:45.m.: Church School. stations. Small bags of raw sugar

11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH tied In green bows were presented
; 7.00: p.m.-Methodiit Youth (Episcopal to each guest Corsageswere Thursday, Friday, Saturday

: Fellowship 207 N. Paelfle : presented grand officers

/ Lay dark H Dorman, Vicar "A Heart full of Love and Understanding November: 12-13-14 8 P. M.
for Others"
Services was the
.' 306 South Central Avenue Sunday: : theme of Mrs. Robertson's
/ .the LIVELIER J. J. Sullivan Minister 7:30: a-iiL Early Eucharist i address Sugarland Auditorium

gasolines 10:10 Family Service and
.. Sunday: : a.m.- Among those Introduced at
I' 10:00: am.-Bible School. Church SchooL
11:00: a.m.Worship., Saints and Holy Days: as announced.

Smart play! Tank up with the modern 7.00: p.m.-Worship, Confessions. by appointment I
Wednesday: :
motor fuela custom-made to
7:30: p.m.-Mldweet devotions _
your busy life today. Choose from 3 and Bible Study.: ", '
great new Chevron gasolines. Each CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH *"- ;- H

packed with livelier performance, long-running CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST Sooth OewMea Banquets e -
APOSTOLIC FAITH Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor ."
economy. Besides in Chevron and Chevron Supreme .
Surth aewMea 9.45 a.m. Sunday School. .
you get Methyl, the antiknock compoundthat Bro. Luther DIxon Pastor 11:00: ajnv Worship Service. Club ;

helps develop all the power built into your 10:00 a.m.-Sunday: SchooL 1:00: p.m. Baptist Training Meetings e .. ;

car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron! 11:00: a.m.-Pre.chin,. Union.
$:00 -Worship Sendee.
: ,Tuesday: p.m.
Ws tales better cars o f your car 7:30: pm.-Prayer. Meeting. Tuesday: Birthday Parties .Kf; ;' "
Friday: 1:00: p.m.-Brotherhood. .

5 7:30: pm.-Young People's Wednesday: : ,
STANDARD Meeting. ':30 p.nv Hour of Prayer. *"- -
.; : ..\ "' "S Thursday: Anniversaries *
OIL HI-HAVEX. BAPTIST CHURCH; 1:00: p.nLCnolr Practice. ."e .
Highway 721 : i i.o\!'

Rev. VIe Turner Pastor CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY: OF Tea Parties

9.45: a.m.-Sunday School GOD e e

f 11.00 a.m.-Morning Worship HI Strath rrastetaee Street

6:45: p.m.-TraInInJ Union. James F. Klmbrel Pastor

a Wednesday 1:00 p.m.: Evening Worship. I Sunday: And that Special event e .

10:00 a.m.-8uD4ar School
: : :
: m.-Pra- Meettag.
UM: a.m. Morning Worship. I
11:00 a.m. Children's Church.
( ":30 p.E Evangelistic Service The facilities of the Inn will help make the occasion more

Paul Strickland.Pttot Pastor 1:45 p.-Chrlffs ors. Ambasaad-- memorable by relieving the host of the burdensof

i 10:00 a.m.-Sunday SchooL f Thursday: : preparation and
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ':30 p.nv Prayer and Bible worry.
Wednesday: Study. '

7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday: :

S Saturday: ; 4:00: p-m. Royal Rangers forHooker Whether for a complete meal cake hors d'oeuvres,
7.00: p.m.-Youth Meeting Boya. a .or

1t1 Feature the Inn helps everyone enjoy the occasion .

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Clewlston. Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pile

HENDRY COUNTY Thursday November 12, !liCIt

ADS Across from Post Office
camp and turned over at least
on: Ventura
Three in one complete
. Large selection of qual- II Tile CIRCUIT COURT O TTHB escape The driver of the.> car was JJ'

FOR SALE FOR RENT-water ity mobile homes at reasonable tsar TWELK1II or ri.oiiiuA11 J11oicae4 flll-ANU Floyd Enjmltt Johnson 43, of t.. '
RATES: Tour complete brick ex front trail- FOR HKNOHV COI'NTVIn the SAM Farms, Qewiston, and .
... .
.oTt'I1!:!) prices.
I 71 tenor, S-bedroom, 2 bath er .paces and two Cadency FOR SALE-One 14" Gear Driven Chmmrrrr K., awes high speed crashThree he had with him Jose Garcia r-;.

NWumcebargee; four l JDo home Central air conditioningand apartments with docking privileges 45 angle, 20-foot flit SPECIAL DAVIDSON LEAN: KKAMTLKT, / : ) Gsrza, 42, and Arellano Aman- ': t,

:: price of thre- heating. GE: dishwasher Phone YU 31801Jv Couch Pump, and Caterpillar New 1965 Shield. 2-Bedroom FlalntKf )> occupants "Of an auto. do, 28, both Mexicans living at '"1 t,

Jot the and stove,, carpeting, IDO'xlM' Roger Marina. Novjji] Engine the same-Price: 81,000. 50'xlO. $400 Down JACK: W."DAVIDSON.. 1ft. mobile said to be traveling ata the labor camp All were taken 1:"

; I'HONE:yUkOD 3-101 corner lot at the corner of Del FOR RENT bedroom 00. F. A. McKenzle Box 86, PHon. YU 3-3031 D.f.ndaat.aovaC high rate of) speed missed serious to the Hendry General Hospital s t

. names '*" Monies 'and San Gabriel Aves. era, 10 feet wide MDlahed.trap Satsuma Florida. Ite $69.25 per month injury early Sunday morn.log where after treatment they l

"""S whose U1U1e4 "* Call collect, Braddock Construction Can YU 3-1831. when the car failed to negotiate were released. Johnson was ';:r?
.,) Uc
!be Co., 996-58M.; Novl2o TO nErscNDTO
charged with reckless
Road drivingby
p: Ik W en.tal two pa.a nelt.n.MieAts JAMES M. BOOTH FOR RENT 1-bedroom fur- CHARLES E. BOLTON : (JACK IS61ITS.W.11i0:; DAVIDSON.B Sled Bnrln.r US> 833 near e the curve Mirgsrettla on State labor Trooper Dave Tomllnson who' ; ,' ;

.. IIsIe) inhOUSe> CU YU M1U Camp Mo- Investigated the crash. .' ,
of tb. N'wrf alter 5: Coy Wisconsin u
Dlut.. -2-bedroora cement 4te You are hereby notlfted. thata -I ,
ntllre. rl.e. block home. 809 Trinidad. WANTED-full time experienced Complaint for Divorce has
... f fer befo1 Wedaerbh at Ehrlich Mobile Inquire FOR RENT-Occupancy In one) service station man Must be bans lied against you and you B.H., Florida this II day of Oot- Quickie recipeA : I
..w Home week bedroom brick home able to change truck tires and FOR SALE ar. rwiulrad to serve a espy of ob.r. 1114.
Court your answer 0. other pl.adingto DOROTHY MOOR CLARK
sec on West tasty sour cream dressingfor !
/ Alverdes.
Mrs Beryl do light repairs With refer. the Complaint
the Plaintiff
An on Clerk Circuit! Court
atnmlnam cole slaw be
FOR SALE!: Bowden P"oneYU 3-1201 Call Florid nom attorair whoa. name and Handry County Florida can made by :1, !
2-bedroom house day. ences. YU Z-3781. .
....- YU 2-5471 and screen, seem with S bed ad4.... ar. ann....d blow and By Christian Pratt combining 1 cup dairy sour ,
with Fla. Room, carport evenings. 4tc Novl2c nom trailer attached fll. th. original an.".' or pleading Deputy Clerk cream, 2 tablespoons vinegar, \'
screen porch, aluminum la the office .( eke Clerk of (Circuit Court Baal)
1 I'i Fenced awnIngs FOR RENT-SmaH house Fur- WANTED S more accordion Oecnpaney late November th. Circuit Court In and for Charlse B. Miner, Jr. I tablespoon lemon Juice, 2 f.
1 i back yard. Low wished or unfurnished $35 students to fill a Saturday .r early December Htndrr County, LaB.Ma, Floridaon Day, Campbell and MinorAttorn.y. tablespoons tugar, 1 teaspoonsalt ,
down payment 533 or before the 10th day of No .
'ID GauTER THAN Ave., YU 1-2741. W. Alverdex per month. See Mrs. Sloan 433 schedule, Holdrldge Music, YU COMPLEXLY FTJUnsnED ..", b.r. 11(4. If you fall to do> P. 0. Boa for 71* PUIntUt H teaspoon celery seed 1_
bouees. acreage, etc E. Trinidad or call H. p. John.son. 2- 781. NovUc Contact .o a. Door. Pro Conf.tio will Slat farm Insurance Bids' pimIento cut in silvers! and pepper -

JI'' for W. have cus1lomera FOR SALE One bedroom trailer tfc GREG ESSER b.lid f taken d.mandad against In you the for Complaint.the r.- CN-610 Clawlaton Florida paprika and mustard to ,, J. .'
.-esses. with $500; one duplex house Housekeeper for POND and ORDERED in La- Oct.: IS, Nov. I, It, If, 1114 taste Makes lye cups dressing.! ::

amtgeadsle! ,. Ph. W9g and corner lot, J4.500. Phone YU family of two adults. Good YU 3-2921
MOBILE I ; salary Wm. R.
. tic 2-4250. JpMEOOi I SALE Ross. Phone 3-
ltp 1151 days; 2-7363 evenings. Itp .
Harlem News
SAIJ.-Z bedroom houIe.S. FOR SALE OR RENT-lOW Community I
L aawfdrd YU 2301.fA REAl fSTATE fOR tENT two bedroom house trailer
Call YU 3-2761. -I MRS. JAMIE!: 8. CAJAOHA Colored News Editor Phon YU 2-7831
tfo t :
interested 1
OM LAKE!: "1
\ .FOOT LOTS FOR RENT-two bedroom unfurnished TRADE OR BARGAIN-repalr- BLUM & SONS I'LA31'JI4IKQ.: EDUCATION PAYS month, 8 pm. at the Harlem and Usher Board No. 2 meet ,\ f

' __ for .wae. PhaneLtN house 218 W. Arcade ed storm damaged mobile Very Best Work la one of he best DIVIDENDS Recreation Center. American Saturday 0 p.m., M. Women's .t,. i. I
I l1/3/ ticU Call YU 2-3341 or YU 2- homes for sale. Fairgrounds We Save You Money American Education Week friends are cordially Invited to Chorus rehearsal

'I'P BO 5463$. 2801. tic Trailer Park YU 3-3044. Plastering Simulated Stone masonry residence. which is from Nov. 8-11, started meet with us and become af 7 pm. -. Teachers' meeting

framepm Novl9cIliscianjBotijfofJale Stucco-Free Estimate yesterday at Harlem Academywith filiated. ---- ,
sMJ.bedroom: FOR RENT: -One and two on northslde '
bedroom "
v. ;
to2 E. VeDturl. Gus .trailers also large Licensed and Insured a chapel program liven by THOUGHT IN PASSING -. f''If I
yU 3850 Lora Street plea the Public Relations Committeeof You are not in s position to
!II.1391 or 24O4l.NovZec shady pets spaces.Clewlston City Trailer sewerage.No ( I Fort Myert, Fla. tie which Mrs. Bertha Orso Is discuss a matter, unless you'

YU 2-266U Park.tic ED 7-0171 or OX 4-28T4, contact chairwoman.The are familiar with facts la the I

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-uprlght piano. Recently program was highlightedby case. ["I
0two bedroom CBS coo- FOB KENT One bedre.ni timed See Richard THOMAS L. CARPENTER J.M.LtnJcfordHOUSE a very inspiring address by _

$8.500.msm house. Phone YU W88L tfc Griffin at Uncle" Joe's Fish SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom one of the foremost socialites of CHOIR ANNIVERSARY I !i'1':'
eemroom fame. Camp lie Harlem Mrs. Julia Sales. The The Members of Mt. Calvary
Jlrllbed.Immacu1at6.! FOR RENT-Furnished apart made. Complete line of theme for American Education Baptist Church ,celebrated their 1' I

DE-2 bedroom trim, ments. 824 Concordia Ave. REGISTER: riTRUS TREES drapery and slip cover fabrics Week is "Education Pays Di first anniversary Sunday afternoon ,r'l
YU.2-$7J. tfc FOR SALE!:-Ready to go. J. Free estimates. Can YU 3583LVan vidends" which was the title of at the church. '

AGE'I available.lit M. Temliiuon, OM. Fla. Phone Cothern's Custom Furniture; Mrs. Sales address.In Program

,NEW 2-BEDROOJo, I FOR RENT-one bedroom mo RE: 5. 788 tic and Upholstery. tfe FORSALE her address Mrs. Sales Procession ..,. ....,.... Choirs '

bile home. Call YU ..,. ....... :
borne. Hardwood 21238.tfc pointed out) that "Education is Song Audience
lit frine SELLING OUT Appaloosa a good Investment toe the na Prayer ....... Rev. J. James :
J L.. horses and ponies. K. R. Wick tion. The solutions Scripture Rev. F. Townsend i i
HOMES In Broward TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS!: or horst. Phone to today's j
grHA fill roach and Dade COUftoIII. trailer space for rent. FairGrounds on) SR 832 Clewlston.YU 2-7605 or see tic Display 5 Bedrooms two baths. problems in every community II Welcome Address .-. Miss Shirley \, I

nrioui sizes and price.. Trailer Park. Phone Furnished on large lot requires educated men and Hamilton I I
| 3-3044. FOR SALE-20 women to give of their time Occasion .. Mrs. Malana Richardson ,; ?
cub payment tic gauge Reining North of Sugarland.:
tol I
their ,
ington Automatic energy and their intelligence .a" '
and I 28" barrel 1
REAPElfiriennes Perfect for '
n Large ." Duet Little and I
FOR HENT-Trallers Iud Trailer Modified. Used less than 1 Gwendolyn '
hues M available. Palm year. Classifieds Family. In conclusion she quoted our Loworn Dixon '
spaces. Royal Trailer Same new. Can see at Palm .
Da i,ooo vacant tots to select Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic Motel tic lit* President John F. Kennedy History __.. Mrs. Janle Lowe :I '
M. tor all purpose. Various $10,500.00TERMS by stating, "EDUCATION is A and B Selections The visiting ,., f I
IJM. TemaJOHTMENT FOR RENT 2 and 3 room furnished ALL MAKES 21" USED TV both the foundation and the choirs, Mt. Calvary Baptist "u 1 i

AND INCOME- apartment Phone 2- S E:T S. Guaranteed, 819.95 unifying; force of cur d.moera- JEROME JACKSONThe South Bay, Friendship .-

ROPERTYJHONTHLY' 1271. tic down 814.04 per month. LAKE Sewing Machine Dade-Monroe tic way of We-It !is the mainspring following lines are dedicated Baptist Bembo and Mt Olive I !
RENTAL. Es.eat APPLIANCE CO YU 2-715L tic of our economic and social to the Baptist Lake Harbor f
of the late
I CBS construction S2S.OOO. FOR RENT-Modern one bedroom Repairs Realty prore.l-1t is the highest Jerome Jackson memory who Offering ;t' I

IOC I TERM low interest. apartment Nice nel,- FOR SALE Air boat with 65 309 W. Sugorlond expression of) achievement in life, Nov. T, 1963. departedthis Remarks Mrs. Emma Grace !.
horhood. Call YU 27521. tIc Continental engine A real
tea cane, grove and ranch SINGERSales YU 3-2941 our society ennobling and enriching Of all the Little Ones I ever Dixon .
wipfei. minimum $50,000., good boat Hull flberglassed human life. In short, it knew Benediction -. Rev. J. James :
FOR RENT 3-bedroom unfurnished
LISTINGS NEEDED Must sell Best offer bll)'". Call Service is at the same time the profitable Refreshments were served.
home; 518 E.: Esperanza. There never was one so kind as '
Chuck at YU 2-4503. Ito
Investment Mrs. Betty Jean Author, ;
Call YU 3-3901. Itc Parts RentalsBrand ;you
Breker J. E. HESTER make and the richest rew.rellt.! church organist was mistress of t
lit Itil Elute FOR SALE-meat display case Some sweet day, bye and bye .
new and
Died Sugirland Highway FOR RENT two 2-bedroom scale, M row drink box. and sew can confer. We will meet our loved one, beyond ceremony. i
fit Auto and General bouses, furnished. See Mn. other items. Nottingham machines on display at Mrs. Ono wishes to thank all the sky ___ "" t ,

1 Iniurince V. Fielder, Hwy west of Clew Phone 2-1252. tic CARJTHERS RADIO TV. of the community guests for attending Sadly missed by your mother NOTICE TO THE CHOIR ; I' ,
1 Uot.ni. Ph.YUMHtJOHNSON lston tic Glades Merchantlle Co. Authorized FOR RENTAPARTMENTS the program making it Mrs. Bernice Hall, brothersand The Glades' Choir Union will :'
i FOR SALE Parakeets, 82.00 Singer agent In store a success, and a very special sisters, Bobby Ronnie, be held at Friendship Baptist w '

up Mynah birds, African lovebirds every Saturday. Please call thanks to our honorable super Harold, Larry, and Judy:; Ann: Bembo, Sunday afternoon. All
YU 2-6<<
monkeys, cages, supplies. or come In 101 intendent, Mr. Carl Hornsby, for The Dixon Robinson and Hilton members are asked to be present ,
Pet bosrdlng Thompson Wild Bond Street tic taking time from fill busy Families The regular date was ']

Directory Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- In South Bay schedule to appear on our) pro- changed due to the fact, the s I f I';'

LBusine ins tfe C B. HERRING BRAND NEW ,rim. "HARLEM ACADEMY NOTES fourth convention Sunday.will be held on the 1:;, 'I

APARTMENTS meeting Thursday -
GOULD BROS. GRAND PIANO. Call OR 5- Mrs. Elnora Humphrey and evening, Nov. CLUB NEWS H

) CARS 562. LaDelle Fla. Nov26c 5-ACRES Each with closet colored tile family express sincere thanks 8 af Order the school of business at 4 p.m. The HMrf, Club held it's .' .ei '

fete, tud IK, Bon*. STORE bathroom with tub and show and deep appreciation to all of for the firstsession meeting last Tuesday evening ; l fat I
PAINT FOR SALE trlde-Hou.ebolt were the minutes, readIng .
hi or Close to Clawiston. Parked er linen closet, aU electric her friends for the cards, gifts the Elite: Cate with the pres

trtajporUtlou for yourmCcol LloeBsed Ceatraeiors: Insured (Surfslde Six Adventurer) 38', road to and In front of kitchen complete with refrigerator and .flowers during her 1l1D.... financial of correspondence and the ident. Mrs. yen WbltOeld presiding .4> I
report. I
for and
property. Give or take difference stove and out
They have business
After the
encouraged a speedy routine '
Ui rids of Miami Also .
property. electricity. ;
FREE ESTIMATES 5995. See at Clewls let for washing machine din- Second session, the' president brought a 1 t
ton Marina, Clewlston. tic Lag area with pull-down fix recovery.Respectfully Progress report for professional beautiful centered t! I ,
!err Nee DealertARITHERS' Illy, E. Bas-arland Hwy. DadeMonroeRealty lure Mvln| room, heated. Improvement, message ,;: .
FOR SALE 64 Chevrolet Mrs. Elnora: Humphreyand 1 Welfare Mrs. around love and respect fee our I
( ..... 1'111-1111 2 ton Dump Truck. Very low Turn west at Sunoco stationon fa milT. One, Chairman Project fellow man. She and Mrs. George : .

mileage Can't be told from U.S. No. 27; sign on 2 made,an Interesting report \ .
Constitution Mr.
RADIO and TV new. Pick up three payments 309 W. Sucjarkmd property. OBITUARYFuneral Chairman ? from the state meeting they attended :.t J :

UXS WTTH SEKTICB SEE US FORBOTTLED and take' over. Call! YU 24501. YU 3-2941 services for the late 3 Music Festival ._ Mrs. in Moore Haven.
R approved credit cards GAS Ito Rent unfurnlthed apartments Mrs. Annie Knight Ellington Mrs. Eddie J. Moody was spy 'I
Rawls Chairman
890 00 i I
welcome here. the grandmother of Mrs Annie clal guest for the 'night her
4 -. Welfare Hospitality Mrs. .
Mitchell conducted celebration arranged 4
were Sunday was
"** BId AppliancesSalesService Attractively furnished Chairman
108 Bond St apartments McCray,
evening, Nov,1, 1964 3 at without tier knowledge
Run YU 2-6441 8140.00 monthly. p.m 5 Social Improvement .. Mrs.Rill '
- the St Paul Baptist Church. and she was In for a big surprise. M II
I OPEN DAILY 10 to 6 p.m. Greenville Ala. with the Rev Chairman She was showered with
The demand for fat 8 Professional
lob OverholrsTRAILER POWER GASCORPORATION L. I. Spears officiating. Improvement beautiful gifts. Mrs. Fannie Davis 4i; i
Program .,...,. Mr. Falrley 7,1
Members of the Mitchell family cooked her birthday cake.

SALES and stocker K. R. BOOKS and the McCoy family attended 7 Chairman_ Public Relations Mrs.. The evening was enjoyed by all J i
REV and USED, the funeral services present. Refreshments w e r e I ,

SIS Central Avenue) y cattle u heavy 8 Orso_.., Teacher Chairman,Education and served. '"iA i i I
YU 31831WALDRON'S Professional Standards _, ,
SOUTH SIDE Funeral for Luctada '
services Mrs. -
the :
Buy only
Mrs. Black' Chairman Julia's
NEW FRAME HOME Willis 'the aunt of Mrs.A. .
COUNTY t ..... Financial Drive .
3 bedrooms A. Thomas were held Sunday Nook ::1
Co. cattle want Humphrey, Chairman Beauty .
Title & Abstract you 1 J baths afternoon, Nov. 8, 1964 1 New Business FOR THAT NEW: LOOKTinting : ,
Tttl Akttraeto-Title Insoraaee pm. at the First Baptist I
MS AND GROCERIES fireplace.carport Church Lauderdale Announcements Styling, Cutting. No ,
'Faille MeaefrapberFhetaoevytar Ft. Fla.
tofsrn. to eaU.f With I the Rev. J. W. Toomer, Adjourn Appointments. Friday and :::
1 pm. Bridge St. and urk Ave. large front parchutility pastor, officiating. *The association is one' hundred Saturday .: !

ItoSpm. laBeile., Fta., P. 0. Bel (48OBanre building Interment *. Woodlawn Cemetery percent with N.E.A., Fee. bfenaatlM., Can M4H2 .. :

fa Dan a Week MM1 -Sale* Every. Monday at 1:00: P.M. (Cl6'X 32') AT.A. and rB.T.A. Mrs. Jella Sales, rreprleierHarlem < L

480 flood lights Roy MUett Funeral Home In
TUESDAY) e charge of arrangements. NEWS
Tow Spur of Moment EVINRUDESales .fruit trees Proto and Mrs. Thomas motored Greater Friendship Baptist __ Club :' I I

"" Pla c. good construction to Ft Lauderdale and at- Rev. L. H. King, pastor Favorite Mixed Drinks.\ Fried '4,, I '
1IIIea East ot tended the funeral services, Remlndres Chicken, Fish. Hamburger .
CJewbtaa and Service lots .
115' ISff
x Monday _
T '
Ears Sunday afternoon pm., Senior Misslonsry and other Sandwiches
__ Belch GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. additional lots ,- Senior Circle wffl Recorded Music
New sad. Vied MotorsHarke .
NEW- hold their .
available ORGANIZATIONFORME meeting I' Popular Bands
!iention Cattlemen Hardware Shown byappointment "- Tuesday __ 8:30 p.m.. Youth Mr sad Mrs. Will WiflaeeFrepHeters ,

Parts and Accessaries Those WY 8-J028 BelIe Glade Fla. only. A group of West Indict, who Choir and Usher rehearsal at

ilk Atti a Rae Ie eeaee5d.te Marine Safety Equipment ,. M. LANKFORD are now- .rlc.n citizens assembled the church ;

ilia; .:' a le.' term rbooe YCkea 2-8111 and organized s'club, 7 p.m., Senior Circle No. 2 .11
Interest "* ., Sept. ,14, 1864. They will be Wednesday 7 p.m., Choir No.' Hilton's Grocery ,

abA R. E. WALDRON known ss the West Indies Pro- 1. Usher Board No. 1 hold Groceries Fresh Meats ,

Federal l Land greiitve Organization. Officers their meeting Vegetables Cold Drinks, Essential : ,
Bank elected are: Thursday 8 p.m., each 2nd Items

**e If WritefeCK'S Efficient BOAT CAR OWNERS CARPORT SPECIAL! Orvelle Lewis Founder and and 4th ? Deaconess meet We appreciate ;your' patron- I i
For prompt. President 7 JLm., Prayer Meeting and ace. 'i II
i 1f. I. Home delivery Bible Hr. sad. Mrs.nwntesi OOteatrreprteters j
HAy Darrell Pierce Vice President study h
\''to 1faltald OF THK MIAMI HERALD 8 posts 20'xlO' prefabricated, Kenneth White ,.... Secretary Friday 7 p.m., Choir No. 2 ',

..., FlorJ4a BafI4Iq Call Bobby Gidc's Harry Scully Assistant Secretary I I t I if :1'
All white. Model No. 60 All white. '
', Model No. 20 .. 'of it i I
TO 3-1M1 LOADING $2-lb. WIND LOADING George Reid __ Treasurer 1
Electric HARDWARE jC-lb. WIND POSTS INCLUDED ATTACHED .r FREE STANDING Ruden Treasurer Lewis -..... Assistant Elite Cafe and Grocery !

\ BEAmiTt] ALL Ber doe Rein .. Parliamentarian LOCATION S
......'lee' AD APIIIIaaeet Tampa Tribune Meetings will be held, the Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets ;:1 ;1

,'-.a Cetltrletba sad euwtri. O..B.tiBFT.l.E $269:95: first end third Tuesdays of) each Borne Cooked !
Food. 4
PIaoat I-ul $219.95 Sandwiches Cold Drinks Candles '
CALL Cookies and loa Cream Ic
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Exclusive N'
Atmosphere ,:
Pres HENDRY COUNTY ALUMINUMSALES Johnson Cars Service with a"amileDon't :
! StVICK: GREG EAGER LsHeU.TV Slot. Hood 832 South forget to purchase a Clewuton News
Horn Delivery O
ti11 oV!** "w:. lE'14' OB MM1 Most transportation for your
W. O. CAMPBELLPbooe : -! I' YUkon
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wonderful cooperation from parents low for about three years, and
a THE CLEW1STQ. NEtty Cewlstoa Florida Crochet fingers crossed In nearly all Instances. now has plenty G water a
4hunda7. Novcmbt'r 12, 1961VIIHITE'S Ted Gallo Introduced the fact which the flshcrnxen thlnkhas "Don't
fishing considerably
(Continued from Page 1) He later starred on a service speaker and Dr L. O Vaughan helped
The has plenty of good
presided at the meeting.Vegetable area
team while with the Armed
field I have listed M 'Drit" Forces motels, restaurants[ fishing ;
SWAP SHOP despite the fact there were Class and Bethea were terrific camps, there Ire plenty of boat .e. forget
many other fine backs down broken field runners Class, grower ramps If you bring your own
through the boat; there are plenty of boats .
years.Ail (
bigger than the others went onto
D 1 iy. Swtb> ot,l'cd4ef6{ O.Jtnjthtn4 lour of the backs named star at Tennessee and later meet with expertsFour and motors to rent; there are t who signs
F'JRNITUREWORK were triple threats on offense p'1 j feel with the Pittsburgh also guides There! are picnic r
SURPLUS USED in that they were good at run Stetlprs\ of the National Professional specialists will bd'iivail- spots to eat your lunch with.
a.OTHES DISHES-lAMPS ning passing and kicking, in Football League able Wednesday night at 8 grills! to.cook your fish the
$2.50 SUIT APPU .CES-TV'. addition to being good on defense All of the players mentioned o'clock at the sub-office"to dew- plenty of fishing In-
OTHER CLOTHING, ODDS AND ENDS Tanner was agile with. there were ot a calibre., to bringa iston to answer, questions on fo{matfon' and ,help, too. Ask : t ,
lightning quick coordination odd team to" the eye of'any high vegetable growing. Robert J. tbt Chamber pt Commerce, soy '_: checks "
LOCATED IN OLD Mil BUILDING he had the knack for guessing school football coach.I Flint, assistant county, agent, m6t Uhotel Mataurantov service !
MOORE HAVEN. FLORIDA, what the opposition was g&lflj' Would like to add that over has announced I i station'owner, or Jolly Bog;.
to do next Both 'and AU'tortato wateb e1oA'''i nd WHEN DISASTEF JIrIk...
; Tanner the years Cl wlstoaneamwhave. ety dewtafyt: Jdsrlna J 11n'\ s wh.ther J.t II fire
Pittman also were outstanding, been'forced to face odd imposed other vegetable growers are Fish qmtip: st Clewiston, Uncle theft'osa II .eric1ua L.ocld ent mad you br. fully l1abllllJ cow
on defense* '1 !# havM*Ughter'''players urged to take advantage of the Jap's Fish Camp at Liberty with 1Dauranc: those checb are :
,..., ., '. PJttman. myunlnoVwBS as end a smaller squad than opponents. opportunity get'answers from Point, rCaIusa-Lodge' Sportsman m.h d.nnr thoM claim moat th.cka welcom. W.
good a football player as'ClewIstpn : Nearly w always, our experts on disease' Insect, cuVturst .. 's VUage, at Lakeport,'aft .,. ever produced. Re was toys bavt&en equal to or better problem* ahU'Varieties. '
you'll( .
Inc. .
Trailer get
The Clewiston Mart ) what
not big but be got the maximum ". than'toe'txliys' they"played, Ther"1a anW'group" will 'pieseut needlr': "you .
0,., out of the poundage he carried: off a pos rot-pound basts Airways a program 'It Immokalee/ on' Insurance
INVITES YOU TO INSPECT THEIR fl au tfaey-.har.glven>tbelr best. Not",17 to'West, In Clewiston fishing licenses Agency
'Cotntriie' to it- FetM 'o"rd'shen; ) Telephone TO '
Hen ; urged. are sold the 1-7511
New 1965 Mobile Homes. tend_ ,..this:meettvggir',' County'Subofffce, Mink's Poo\ i! E.. Surarland BighwayrAdvertising Cle1rla1ot

'.;S Counselortellsofjuvenilevork) .. Room and" At Fuller's CoWry

NOVEMBER SPECIAL ,- Gr;ration George '" Sire c,' '. .w .', '
Pont 'l fishing to. jrou, .
) doesn't
2-Bedroom 10 wide Morrelle. fully furnished $3350X0 receive honor U'ke\ l'tItri! J't'u1 cost. it PAY!

$350.00 down-payments .incl Ins. $6263 Dr. Jim Wright, counselor for Gratton H George, Hendry
the Juvenile courts of Hendry county commissioner has been
ALSO ON DISPLAY .a and Glades counties, spoke on honored with election to's two ..
delinquency in Hendry county year term as director of district
60 x 10' 3-Bedroom Moxlett. Early American: : Commander when be addressed Rotarians at 6 of the Florida Association -
their weekly luncheon meeting of County Commissioners
at the Inn Monday. h time
This the second George
50 x HF Bedroom Rltzcraft carpeted living room 'Dr Wright said most Juvenile RDiscount .
ai. has served in this capacity In : ..
55' x 10' Bedroom Marlette Center dining room- ., delinquencies appear in the upper the state association.He I i.
and the lower Income bracket .
Super was also appointed vice :
families, although no area is
\i. chairman of the committee on
55' x 10 3-Bedroom Marlette. Front kitchen without Its share He also said
constitution and bylaws _.
48 x 10' 2-Bedroom Marrelle parents are not always responsible .
: for their children's delinquent THE FISHING'S GETTING BETTER ALL THE
12' x 60' Embassy-3-Bedroom front dining room 5 ;
acts, and pointed out the
Lake I
Bank FinancingOPEN various which limit work the' time and which activities rents fishing. Dalton CANE Heavy Duty Coleman

DAILY AND SUNDAY to 9 P. M. :.. and childrtri spend together. (Continued from Fare 1) Special .. ''lc Claw Rods Lantern

Highway 27 East YU 2-2581 bO reel. All Sizes POLES Roller Guides
.. :2tI About 70% of the cases Dr. or rod and Bass like live 2 Mantle39c
) Wright handles do not reach the shiners and this belt is bringing -
stage .of official court'records, In fine catches right now 99cWESTERN up $14.95 $13.95
s and much of his work is In prevention Lake Okeechobee has been
** L ..L of delinquency Since be
** ****
7f 7f 7t 7f ht rf t ftftftft ftftftftft-ft
, ,became counselor of the two LIVE AHYour
counties about 900 cases nave
been brought Into the courts, riIJTwI[ o Hunting
and about 200 of them were local Get th8 BAIT ;; Needs

I sincerely appreciate the honor bestowed on me by cases most of which are;
still under supervision.Delinquency lump on
the people of the SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL has been on the F
Increase all over the nation, and WEAR XTRA SPECIAL
DISTRICT of FLORIDA in electing me to a sixth term has Increased 14% In Hendry Christmasii
county since 1960, he pointedout.
in the United States House of Representatives. Three girls and fourteen Hat . $2.25 up Gruen & Waltham 17-jewel wat-

I pledge my continued full.time efforts to effectively -' / boys the state have schools been committed from Hendry to Cap ."". .. . 39c 'die*. Lifetime guarantee water. I
-, in Washington D. C. county this year and some of
represent our area Jackets Shirts '
them are from dependency en Khakisproof
vironments which lead ,to delinquency hockproof. Wholesale I pric
Gratefully, He stressed the need Dungaree, belt, ox,

PAUL G. ROGERS for foster home provision' for shirts Levi e. ave you $20 to $30. ,
children In such environments
Member of Congress and believes that such provision i I
'. ,... ;' will be made In the county far
I I:1'':' "t itr- :. : state agencies He praised othprlaw :\, READ? -Our pocketbooks are 15c each or trade 2 for 1.
j '\ .' '. ,... 1:'. enforcement agencies and\
.",w ,"._ 10w5', s. st; personnel in the two countl i1 WORK? =:Our handtool are 9ge each I
'" A PAID POllTICAl "BY.IIT......., the school authorities and others
******************************** for their fine cooperation
He said he has also .received
i... holds
..... anyBULOVA
.ru.wrrr........-.- _- 4 -- "' Open Til 9 Every Night I
: 'iThuadkjdls eee. I
\ The 1965 Fora '

_' rides quieterfluatBdlsRoyctl

,r "Hardtobeliee..." "Incredible( !" 'til Christmas

'f", > SWEEP
.. THE
Must have had :
.r ;i' 'a 50-year-old Rolls..." : DECK

U ._. _
/ =- II .
: '1k' : I ."Farfetchedl"' ; THE STRIKE IS OVER and we have to make roo
on now.. Yes for the large 'number of used car wo have trad

: .. MM .-1' for on new Oldtomobile, Pontiacs ail Chevrole

f.: :"Amazing.. .." ._._: "HooeyfTo .YDIUC/T '' that our wonderful customer have been waiting fo

i I aeas.aru' >,r .L ooIJIII.m.m

J} 63 Olsmobile Super 88 4 door
rrN ST Leaahua 9
Full power and cdr conditioning. $ .

: a ...: the 5 out of .10 people Cant be told from new.

160 Buick Electra +door hardtop. Z**

i who didn't believe' this ad.. e Loaded low m1leaqe.with extra Local car.including cdr caoditloofng. V.e $149

; I I .. c
'61 Rambler 6-cyl. Station
: Wagon
," : :: .... n. boSlashe
; in-tM ssHssssTM Only 19.000 mile..
-,:. .toot ,......MMSIMM Absolutely the cleanest one, .
: a sporting proposition) t_-N.s._leD |MMUnW Mk. M bm4.PIUCED TO SELL 7
W.W w"a. a.nA emf

I'J \.,L. J;1.t. > .' I A 1w.l.I s::::.... '59 Ford automatic 2-door : $59

Take a aXMtbUgatJoi test drive b. 1965 .New ....-IMItk I.histrusa... panel adds Sooolk, thrifty aS-ecw Bb SIlls other (..fF'-- 'L.aeasses fDDtIL Rodlo.heater and other extras.A real (
Me .
i Ford.Msybey Just couldn't belkr*the five Inches extra kaee room.. slTraas.l.- nodds-- the most powerful standard Six .ae art UI sharp eo=

,i s)4 (reprinted mbore) which appeared slo*hand lower |then ta eompetios esrsT: 'offered tar any ear' U Ford's .... BVptioMM42Shp. -* .Doerl.t five*t|witch tor ChrlstiMS, 58 Pontiac 2-door 'i.
: this paper few weeks ago. After sJI, for extra foot room. Turk aes sMre.1\ : lib It I Bulon-ttw jin-qutllty watch hardtop I $46
IU8J CMsl4 RoUs-Koyce to be one of aaable specs than evcr-hoUs four 2uIten* -p AI Ford; snrtoaaatk. tnassmbaVM. haw 3 ,..war if iN.with Bride le se.Se.Sdees .. .' Extra sharp car. <
to choose
sftsra styles
I.,, the world finest an. Bat Ford! dots standing upright ,apeeds,.not 2 as in racy eompeduj cars. see far ,
r troM.\' amt quality and nee ot '
,I tide qnkUr.The world's leading acoostlcal : I 58 Chevrolet .
,./ NIt".y.chrwwbed steed tnssnhdsa. MMJIM grins isles M tZ4Jl 6-cyl. -door
Dew iJtra'hntlpM LTD series) -un'
h experts (Belt, Btraatk asdNewmssi t shift down to flnt without 'wy lulwi ,MK asks, :
'T' can even. Reserve yet aow-" : $49
,. r by other ear in Ford's class. StOBtiixrfl tnan *
U.S.maldlecl any TM
,i I ,Inc.)made die tests.He .clulilng gears.laUthli ,."ilea an eompHh! 0* trstck opt* fam., new mots. good _
II SUerTofwtiJatfc a (standard on 4-door aDd extra c1ecm. See this
Redo Dab certified the rtsnlta. riH ks I ksppy! f NMte f ODe low hn.
\\11' ; hardtops)removes stale air provides fresh toundt nit i lot for ent ear to u
.. .. I 1 This jeer's Ford" the strongest body air even with all windows closed. slExcks* offer...tab* tttt drtvt. St wAy mart .,i' older
i .'....a rerolotioaary DeW frame that be aw twined. .. key-works with either people, avw buying Ford than tw.before $ .WILL BOLD Several good transportation 'cars priced frc
; .' .+1 fane oat" Tibrstioos...IIIW nltrasoft side up 'in pott-wtr ltort. 1 ANT ITEM
.t f' coO-eprbg enpendone.a1 contrflmtb: TIL xaeAsONANTITESL $95 up. Smaller down these cars.
to the sew hashed ride. Bat the ride b r HoC.at hashed,2S9-cs ...Y-* Is standard VOKRvCSSrcT'Test tgtA00yt payments on

1.-11 part of what's new. equipment itfXL and LTD ENGEAVINO {REMEMBER. $& of our reconditioned used carl carry '

models.IF'OI1J FREE WE BELL Nationwide GW Warranty;for 1-yearor 12OOOmiIea( wh

::1 ll ff t drive Total Pcrrormance'65..best t ever down occurs frt. Bank rate financing on our used car. L<

MUM MfM INsUsV m BHMsaM payments and up to 36 month on the bJss'e.

A :[ .. HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS, INC. JEWELER "Chuck" Wells Motor Co., Inc

i l 543 E. Sugarland Highway Clewuton, Fla. ,BELLEGLADE PAHOKEE Phone YU 2. 1501 Sugarland Hwy.Pae Clewis

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