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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01179
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Chamber atalltime

he Clewistolt News ,, r"r"I I:

-DedicG'td' *a Ae advancement of Hendry .
County and America' "
: Sweetest' Town" > J.1i highPreildent :

,TCMBEB4T THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19. ,40 Ret,.rre Postage Guaranteed, Sec ,?.,, FJ|. SubacrIptIoQ: suo Yeat .

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| Carroll Benson and days can still be listed In the membership should reflect a 3 I

Membership: \ Chairman J. E.: new directory before the final similar increase This mean -- I( j

Beardsley are pleated with the proofreading and printing.The our accomplishment: should also :. A!

kjiool homecoming schedule progress of the membership new directory: la now being set a new record. i yr.
begins. today campaign this fan. doting compiled and will shortlybe "The Chamber need the help : I a

promptly on the deadline set printed for distribution to of every business to accomplish .:. J
-" -,. (November 15)) the Chamber members and others. its goal for this year and coming ,

: proceed east on Sugarland highway has a paid-up membership! ot "This Increase In membershipis yean, and we Invite I all businessmen f.-. .
(*" iE3SE turning north on Francisco 140.-an all time high. Several very gratifying, and I feel it to become associatedwith ;

*&, run%*>*> *+ Avenue and disbanding at applications with checks attached indicates a much greater interest our Chamber and work i !
a if.rftte halcyon tale of the bus station.Members are Included in this In the work of the Cham with us to help Clewiston grow ''I

.,# get better with of the court will number and await presentationat ber", said Benson. There are and become a better place to
pis that The classes ride in the parade In shining, t,. the next directors !meeting on more businesses in Clewiston live and visit" ,
)slag year.1954 and Ullt new convertibles, and Miss December 1. than in put years and our Mr. Benson was warm in his I
JIlt; 1944. Jackie Goldman, 1963 Homecoming In the short time between the praise of the membership chairman

.111 bo orecLCJl.s.. student Council Queen will ride In the beginning of the new fiscal year J. E. Beardsley and his I

Homecommg Homecoming float 'and election (If officers on October ALL.TIME STARSA secretary Miss Charier Jones, I I
...- of f There will be a reception forth 13 and the November 15 for their tremendous effort

road alumni Friday afternoon t 'membership deadline It was Clewiston resident, preferring during the past month and the I .
y. shoe gets on the from 8:30: to 7:30.: and all form 4' not possible, to personally contact that his name remain time spent in making many contact 1.

.1 when tile mem-court er graduates are expected to be everyone we would like to, anonymous, has contributed by letter, phone call and 'k''

.rftbi&omecomlng in the on hand to greet the visiting said the two men. However any his selection. : for an "all-time" personal vI.lta.School .
entertainment alumni for a period of recalling new members whose application
football team
Tiger by positions.
SIcSol for tile li received In the next-several
gymnasium school days. The Beta Club Is "
Swdftelr Pa rents. This sponsoring the alumni receptionand ,. 'a yearbooks
3:30 Ends Johnny Jackson and
ell take< place at : Ricky Sexton, president,
.n will \ Blount tackle. Robert
for the queen ; saleThe
bIJIotlnl has sent letters to dozens of Clewistonland are now on
enlIIIDIDeDt Dlchson and Pat Drake
part in ;
Takin' former students inviting them
/ will b. to'attend the 1964 Homecoming guards Bruce Waldron and Clewbtea HUh School :
\ Deli Sandra Braahet Sugarland Band will present Luther Davis; center John yearbook for 1964-43 I II .new .. t tore

__ Carlo Sara Jo Cato, a "Sugar Show" prior to the Perry; halfbacks, Raymond sale and nay be par-

:law HeODWflb. Sally 011- game, and most fans will be in tONE of fish Pittman and Richard Bethea; chased from any senior *rat .
Rackstraw. Done fullback J. V. Tanner; quarterback the Ugh school office.
.... Dianne their seats well ahead of the
Joann Woods and game time in order not to mils Mandy Morrell of the They are priced at $4 sad t
e Zemonek. 1984 team. mint be paid for In advance. I :
riui) any of this outstanding show.*

pelt It gory will shine again The queen candidates: escorted 'cane cattleBy

t when football player by their fathers or guardians h
Tit fears will be honored will enter the field in convertibles Local hunters get I

nth the current players and will park at the OF THESE LOVELIES WILL BE HOMECOMING QUEEN.. NemUMCs. for the boner ef BILL WOOTEN 1

7i "Victor!' Banquet" at end zones during the game. The reigning ever the 1964 Homeeomlnf at CIa".lee High School ares left to right Dlanae Kaek- I

Jrtud/ Auditorium begin- (Continued fare 8)) straw, Elaine MeConvUle, Barbara Zemooek, Cindy ARea Sandra Bell, Janice Carne, Sally (Editor's Note: This feature

ill ,t ilx o'clock. Coach OUphaat Joann Woods Donna Stokes, Sara J e Cate, and Sandra Bralher. The aeleetten will article 1 II being released as a good game bags I I
hBundj will be the apeak"jut special press service by Eastern j ,
not be announced until the coronation ceremony al the game Friday nlrbt STAFF PHOTO Mi .. '
Lines New.
puUlc li Invited to 'Join Long holidays for Air Bureau ',5
I tli War Dinner which ami.) The first of the season huntington occasion (he never misses a !

.k s spaghetti supper; the schools ahead Clewiston I'la.-Draw circle '> Hendry county was the best hunt season opening); Buddy ,I ,
Senior Class UMrtnl in several years in the opinionof Belcher hunting with his two a
i n. The .
III l \ I
with 25-mile radius using :
School board makes a "
( the Victory Dinner. Thanksgiving brings a long expansion plansLong this South Florida town as the sportsmen who took to the sons; O. C. Wilcox: Jr., R. V. ,.l :

fcrty after S p.m. the holiday weekend to schools in center. Within the circle you woods In search of turkey, deer, Cochran Ronald Hare, Skippy .,': j!
quail and dove. All agreed that Cothern, Tony Trolls, Jerry ;
iommlni Parade will take Hendry County.: IAn i have the world's best black: bass
l led by the SugarlandIfel classes will dismiss at 1:15: and short range plansto pleasing appearance even replacing Mrs. Kathy Pittman fields that game was plentiful, except deer. Belts and certainly many, '-
** The' parade will leave Wednesday afternoon and will keep the Hendry county though It is the portable type. who had accepted appointmenton fishing, sugar the cane The weather was quit warm many others among the 250 permit (Gti' I
endless largest
seem sugar
I school reconvene on Monday morning. school system abreast of the said Superintendent Carl Horna- a temporary basis at the the temperature hovering be- holders. '
at the high mile
k tat door mill In the United States
growth of the area are occupying opening of the current term. tween mid-60' at night and mid- J. M. Lankford, who owns his '
by.The of cattle ranches,
after mile
the school authorities these work on the additionalrooms Mrs, Ruby Crawford, substitute 80'* and upper 80'* during the own game farm (it's a commercial '. '! I
UpjL Thursday-Homecoming court entertain student days. At the November meeting at Clewiston Elementary: bus driver at Labile was America's winter vegetable basket day. The warm weather hampered venture) south of Clewis 'I.. "
and la School 10 appointed driver to fill and excellent' duck quail bird dog and some quail ton killed of '
body parents gym. of the school board held Thursday was reported day vacancy "wild plenty quail on the
building and curriculum ahead of schedule.The caused by resignation of Joe and turkey shooting.. hunter said they felt game was farm and a few outside. Al Fuller r i I
| 1 Vt pa. Thursday t iootboll: pkrytn danar at expansion plans Involving all school board took step Wiley, dewliton la on the southwest plentiful but they did not get hunting with Hank Ruckerof ;. :I
of Lake Okeecbobee the
Sugarland Auditorium schools in the county received to. purchase a new location: for The board received the resignation shore their share for this reason Hialeah and Dr. Harold,Bou- I
second fresh water lake '
attention.A the LaBelle Schools, selecting of Thomas Gay Jr, as 250 permits were issued for dreau of Miami went up above
| tSpm raid HonMComlag parade dawn Sugarlandffiqhway portable Classroom' for land immediately south of Allen Janitor at Harlem! Academy.but'' wholly\ within the U.S. Lake the Hendry County Hunt Area, Flaheating Creek in the Palm- r i

Clewiston Elementary school Land Development Company of.lce. no appointment was made to. fill Michigan la somewhat larger a tractor which controlled huntIng dale area. No deer, no turkey, I ,
To Use south lies the trackless
will be constructed at one by .-The land owned by V. T?i .th*.vacancy it permitted through the cooperation but a floe smorgasbord of wild "
'Ipm.b! 7:30: pm.-lissom r cepKoi lz lgh School: will be by Everglades. F1 1 a t farmlands of Allen Land DevtK bog squirrel dove "
.. ; 'Panofab. Miami firm under r Maddox purchased Aejttudlag-th* meeting were quail snipe ,
stretch to the east and west M
Library contract for $7,137, awarded th* school board Using 'some, Chairman Joe Hall. Mrs. Elsie un- opmenti,I Company, landowner rabbit, etc. was served' at I R'n .
der blue skies with
I when bids for the classroom fund obtained in a recent lose I Futch.. Mrs. Blanch McCor-: the splashed the Hendry board of CountJCommiaaloDOt' camp, after the day's hunt wee '
U&a. football BrohrI .
OkeCAOb. white cloud .
gam Tlgan vs. were opened. Only one other from the state department. Th stick Lewis J. Noble, sad CM. billowy and the HendryCounty ended. I,.",
I Clewiston 1 II about an hour'sdrive
nan bid, which did not meet requirements first purchase will be lor five Cidden from West Palm Beachand Hunting and Fishing As- (Cz'
was received. The acres, and the board plans to socUtlon.
| KniME-CoronationolQttn an hour and I half from
aluminum buy another ten acre next year Few hunters came away em- 2 wounded
new room will be an men
Attend both linked to northern ,
school Miami
meet !
W Dance after game In Ugh School gym. building, and will present a and 15 acre the following year. cities by Eastern Air Lines. pty handed. From sporadic reports ; I
from the field
Legally unable to commit itself the following
Carl E.: Hornsby, Joe M. HaU'.nd Sweetest town
beyond the fiscal year, the brought out turkey: George in hunt "
Mrs., Elsie Futch were In Known as "America's Sweetest i mishap
board bat authorized employ Waldron. hunting with his
wins.excellence awards Fort Lauderdale Monday and Town" because of Its sugar and his '
ment of Attorney' C. E. Miner, ran daughter
Jr. to represent it la completingthe Tuesday attending a meeting of Industry Clewiston seems almost Brenda; Sheriff Earl Dyes, A happy bunting trip ended ,
Iews deal with Mr. Maddox line school board member and superintendent hemmed In by a sea of hunting with his wife Dorothy In painful injury to two men ;;.,

H. P. Johnson county attorney *. (Ondnaed rare I) __ and his brother, Bill, who cam last Saturday when a H-guage '

newspaper contestsThe has already beta retained to down from ,Jacksonville for the shotgun slipped from the floor ? '
represent Maddox. 'of a swamp buggy and >dlscharW t

hi" place awards and Ding some 200 publishers employee newspaper personnel of II all deed for the expansion The pellets entered the hand :

llIIrabI mention award and gueste. enjoyed an years or more service in the of the Daniels School site are of Sam Mitchell and carried p J'coW

ry wual contests roncluctj : -' 85th anniversary party in the fourth estate in Florida.. Mrs. now in hand, and permission bone from the hand into the t"
j Ir RwI! Bowc1eJi; New has been granted to close theatre side of Donald q'i 1
Press ** ***- Skyline Boom. Beryl OwlJton Tigers regain early KeUey. Two other :
i tbllIItI4 III 85th aDIllIIef1DIIt Saturday, E. A. Reach Soar publisher and Carr Settle t necessary "at that site. season hunters in the pasty Gene #'I
Work this school
SIlver Sprinp former publisher now of on expanding Anderson and Eddie Crosby, I
Oty, N. C publisher will forward at laid
IItIIirud, MonttceDo News, received! 15- go once, were uninjured.
the convention on the
tae the superintendent
| categories newspa- in year certificates Mitchell: 4h* more Mriously
of weekly newspaper
Wn>+ped< Into clams editorials Al Mellor of Frostproof wss Mr. Hornaby also reportedthat injured of the two, was rushed
JJ *> their size; this America; he urged more elected president and S. H. the state department will to the Hendry General hospital ,
the on local topics. make a survey and study of the form Red 'I I
general excel- Stall of Clewiston vice presl- trounce KnightsJimmy by airboat and ambulance.: On

cIaq News tor received which the the At the certificates aw luncheon of:apprecla-Saturday dent for the ensuing year vocational needs in education the county programand schools Palm Tuesday Beach he wu for taken treatment to Wed bY I I Ia

&n award in hs class. in April, when specialist In vocational bone specialist Kelley -sou: t

wee also used In education 'will -spend a resounding crash yard gallop behind a solid changed with dewiston getting kept in tile hospital overnightafter

tgraphy and mateIIIIIt -, Train' hits five 'some time her at the request echoed across Lee County & of blocking which ended the best end of the deal. Al his wound was atltched

thia category the car, of the board. Clewicton Tiger Mapped a the NETS 11 yard line. Aft Morrell Intercepted a Thomat and has been under dally treatment
Ittivecl honorable The board also approved the game losing streak a stab at the line which lost PIN on the Knight 40. On the since
agrd. annuity for county night by pounding out a yard, quarterback: Mandy
program first play by the Tiger, Thom- Th four men were hunting !
t -San school teachers with the Variable tided 13-0 victory over hit Dana with t
statewide 720 a 14-yard II intercepted Mandy Morren'spus in an I
competi.: area near the Miami Canal
bII best .' miss death on Life Insurance Companyof Class AA North Fort ", and Claw tOD lead 13-0 on the Knight 2/. One the south of the city and had ,
toeews ---- America, which had been requested Red Knight on their .* on the Knight 29. On the next play Dana intercepted. bagged a la-point buck deer \; I

hat place placque re-. friend Tydlngs and others on the scene. by the teachers throughthe fold With approximately five min, Thomas'' pas and raced S3 before the accident occurred. r::,;" :
IIIrd ,, Four brothers and a of the leg Classroom Teacher Associa: Dana lead the to play to the first .
_, editorial misted death on Sunday had a laceration half yard Into the end _.. Bowden Kelley Bald be had laid the ,I .
"W.. narrowly Tnd complained of difficulty tobreathing. Una log play of the Tiger and ** interception were eon missed the conversion and shotgun the ,
thIa on floor of the
was ,, I
1OU1' their car
morning when taken to the Mrs Dora Tussey. LaBelle, solidly backed by every ;
A He was the Tiger lead at half-Urn
clSh Line swamp buggy Just before leap i
s... award struck Atlantic Coast I If
: by an Pattlson ambutaTydlng experienced first grade ber of the Tiger team.
Jreaented b AUrtat of hospital in the an log off to. determine. whether t I
train State Road 720. .. 0.Action ,
on teacher, was employed for the was a shining star on i
continued brisk
Co.npall1 1Ifiter. Publiah went to. the brothers, the youngest, was re who was in the vl- Oewbton Elementary: School, Intercepting two enemy Tigers playahmans pace la the second at half a a* ditch leaped could he be said traversed.the shotgunfen As he I JoP: 'I .
painfully injured and was heard "
he 'and scored three
said :
doily at the time Mandy Morren picked off, a under the "
buggy and die-
1 hospital.
tamed General it ? f
at Hendry .
,2" *",spaper train as Teachyour.chlldrentraffic downs.Power Knight pas and raced 30 yard charged '1., ',
make- crossings J
pawed area r'A
in the running by
to the Ft Myers 45. Bowden
woventlon Frl- train h* two-way radio on tile 'I 1 '
locomotive of the before the sccldent, but Bowden and Alberto and At Morrell ground out the t
struck the front. part of the car just said that high sugarcane at the' ripped the Red Knight line remainingyardage with Mor swamp buggy wu used to. summon .o. J(:5
braked to a blocked' safety help, which Included the) H\ I
hrcds.1 Insult to
which had been aides of the road Adding ;; sell going off tackle for the final .
rty ownersr atop, and sent it slag off view of the driver. He said the little Mandy Morren The dewbtoa. Tigers will ten yards. Bowden converted airboat; small truck and the 'J'').\ I ,:

the road. The car rolled over admitted be beard nine passes of twelve a'U ,their final 'game of the to push the core to 10-0, ambulance. ,' r J' i I i" I '

one complete turn throwing out ffwhW. but that to jut- WALK ON Tiger blocking: : which season, Friday night on early in the third period (a ;'
r paving the occupant: and temporarily his brake too I late been inconsistent Field kickoff scheduled The Tiger smelling victory' Iir
.underneath. the right thing of Census forms : '
pinning the boy edge protruding over the season. was a 9 p.m. lor the first time in over a \
Rettvi! !! blocks 18, "1'be' injured youth was L. V. of way. He was charged: with LEFT 'ty a* the lifer completely : Th final game with Okee- month became over anxious '

i T2Bvwli, *>del Rio, Monroe, 14, who live at Shawnee failure to use due care. 20 classed the larger schooL: 'is a Ridge Conference and were penalized four times, being mailed
hCS. TDt laid Farm along with the others ThVtraln, which comprised Joe Bund? tubauted .:: Clewiston has a season two for (surds each and
y tJ ComrnJaaloQ who were with him-Calvin fricSt carl beside the taomc.: 'throughout the game of five win, four lessee, found themselves la a third Questionnaire for the 1M4 1'1,

a. street paving Monroe. Jr., the driver of the Uv* caboose was operated by prevented the .core from the Brahman have a down 30 yard situation on census of agriculture are now I I
and Douglas McElroy of Clewiston. fang much larger. being mailed to. farmer and
carAlbert; Thomas N. J. of win six ]JoN record. their own 48-yard line. With I I"
lis atartoLermgt'greed Monroe The other occupant with P. W. Whldden. also The dewittoB received the kIe are of little value long yardage needed Coach rancher of Hendry County according I l'f M

to ezten- was James Broughton. Cle..tatoo the conductor. off and marched 00 yard vane team square off for a Bundy caned for the triple r.. to'John. Hooker, crew q

.lIrtsent P'vln, pro,., The injured youth was thoughtto train WII theaengineer'msospeed" eight play for a that I fa always exciting. verse which worked to perfection leader la charge' 'of, tb* census i'

IIIIrIIPertJ lIe.r COmpletion, be under the car when Trooper and cab'oose following Bowdtn's 25 yard large crowd I Is expected to a* Dana raced down the In- till' county.
the to atoP It just II the off return. Al Mann and Bowdell hand Tb. questlonalres I
10 owners In.4ha LeWTydlng* arrived.on lied .ccdent :.! on toe he homecom: sideline for S3 yard behind excellent being
lay their In fora drew tofth.athe alternated carrying' the former student mailed{ early la order to give
-1OIta full scene and a can was put game a* blocking.: Mandy Mar I
1 Is /InCash at the wrecker: When the car was sane.Tydings assisted by FACING TRAFFIC during the drive with home for a weekend of reD provided a vlciou key farmers ample ,time hv whichto 1
;:, lifted with i winch the boy was who wll said weeping left end for the actlvttiee. block that set' Diana free for consult their 1964 farm buaUMIS ,,1 f I ,

owners were not to be found but a little later Deputy Sheriff Lei Carlton end six yard Bowden booted Joe Handy feel that the romp during which b* wa record: .for answer to
from that Doulaa M 0 a roe extra point tremendous team questions on the forma.. Later;
his vole wa heard from of ClewistonPolice spirit untouchedby Knight Bow-!
Irk eoudJUolI; be- aero** the track Broupton were 10 upset ran .u City The Red Knight were carried the Tiger! to den' kick was food dewistoa3J0. enumerator win help farmers

Thursday.s The boy had crawled througha the accident that they Farms a to. move the ball following th last week win be pre to. answer question they find

I of the pave.gw culvert under the trick and wy to Shawnee miles. kickoff and punted to the again for the final gam With the Timers reserve difficult to. understand The enumerators 9
-.IOQ t under be to drag distance: of bout two Department U where Bowdea set aH M the .. -. Continued win then check: the
an was trying The ear was total Ices. ( on Page t) form for accuracy,
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Base at Cape May, N.J. was the dramatic one of the ner pastor of Hi Haven Baptist
Pare Two TILE!: CLEWISTON NEWS Clevlston, Fla. Navy Hlnden- Church. Pallbearers
Lt. Kelly had recently returned tragedy of the: Zeppelin were Ma
Thursday, November_ 19, 1984 It's history now. from the South Pacific and the berg which burst into flames as rlon Lee, Doyle Worth, Junior Education W'
--- -- -- -- couple made their first home In It landed in New Jersey in 1937.Other Bartlett, Bert Vlnneau and A.

THIRTY YEARS AGO Lt. Col. B. C. Dunn of Jack Yorktown, Va. where he attended uses of broadcasting were P. Baldree. had

THE CLEWISTON NEWS (From. OewUton News, sonville and Col and Mrs War- a mine warfare school. developed and other Improvements Interment was in Rldgelawn no taker

) November >. 1934)) ren T. Hannun, of New Orleans, Including stereophonic Cemetery with Pattison Funeral
.."i 1 Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Ctewisfem, Ernest Edwards who was con- visited the Lake Okeechobce- TEN YEARS AGO instruments were developed. Home In charge.Marciano National EdueaUooal

Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation victed of robbing the local Post Caloosahatchee pro j a c t. Lt. (From Oewlaton News, Telephone scientists are constantly ended last Friday. )
Office at gunpoint, wee' sel\o Richardson Sclee accompaniedthem November 18, 1954)) working on Improvements II could bedetermined-
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the< tenced to 5 years and a tiN of over the entire route, While Glades sugar Is stored in the transmission of Martinez eats Were influenced by
Post Office in Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of $1,000 In federal court in Tampa. making the trip by boat. Washington Increasea the quotaof sound said Mr Moxley. vltatlon to visit local sc

March 3. 1879. In the general election Mark foreign countries, said a Greg Easer presided at the in Graveside services were held Such visitors to
Poole Democrat won over R. TWENTY YEARS AGO headline. Cuba received 48,000 meeting Guests were Russell Rldgelawn Cemetery Mon school Were asked to

:\,QRiDI' NATIONAL E01t0AlAlAS_ V Hedger Republican 263 to (From Clewloto News, tons, the remaining 2,000 tons Shaw, Polo, Ill., James Bryan day 28-day-old for Marciano Martinez a facilities at t the office before Iou
J ( 11NN 225. Herbert O'Bannon Democrat divided between the Dominican baby who died at but none
November 17, IMO) being Farmington III., Ben Dixon, did.
: Watts Hall, Republican Republic Mexico and Big Cyprus on Nov. 14. The elementary school
won over .
Pf;... The Atlantic Coast Line esUbllshed Okeechobee, and Gene Pennington Infant the of that the It
C11V1 """" *s 397-177 for county other full duty countries\ Clewiston. was son Mr. and school has
a general agents ,
,want Colt commissioner districts 2 and 3. in Senator Wns. R. Neblett was Mrs. Victorian Martinez nearly eveq Week
Clewiston C. I
y transferring
o 0 Subscription Rates $4.00 per :year Those were the only races contested I. Allen from Haines City here. speaker at the Armistice Day Pattlson Funeral Home was there was no Dot\oe\
Q .1CM (Return Postage Guaranteed) in the general election. service in the park a parade crease !In the
He is in charge of the A. C. I. Meeting hereon in charge the Dumber
".. rIO" BERYL BOWDEN Publisher Mrs. Dave Alston and Mrs. from Palmdile to Clewiston and featured the program precedingthe Education Week obs

S. R. STALLS, Managing Editor Grover Poole were hostesses at from Palmdale to Everglades' service.
Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 a benefit bridge for the Ladies The U.s. Post Office an- Warren Morgan the Future
Aid of the Community Church. Homemakers chapter sweetheart water plans
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves nounced plans to establish a ,
12 tables of bridge were in playat accompanied THA members
the right to reject any objections advertisement! contract substations at Benbow
THE NEWS mum no mponolbtllty far Uo rotor of un- the Poole home. South Shore, and Ritta. to a district meeting in Long-range plans concerning
f oollelt munuseNpis or photographs Bruno Richard Hauptmann'faced Residents of Clewliton were Winter Haven. the water requirements of Everglades !
THE NEWS assumes no Himnolal r.Kon-1blllty for tr po. trial in New Jersey for
Park will be
National ft3j
graphical errors or eommlnloni In d..rtl moat but If notified asked for gifts of furniture pictures The Elks initiated their largest -
of ueh errors b.for.Oh. nut Inuo of the paper will reprint oor- the kidnap-murder of Charles books and other articlesto class to date; its memberswere discussed at a public hearing to
really that part of the .*Y.rUwm.nt In which the nor otlon_valueslee. urr. Llndberg, Jr.TWENTY. furnish a recreation buildingfor Glenn Brower, R D. be held in Clewiston by the
la she ovtnt II time *l nmt would r.nder the o rr
.. tho News will reduce tko price' of the tdvortloonwnt by M U.S. guards at the Prisoner Lundy, Glenn Holliagsworth, J. Army Corps of Engineers on
mount equal to the poreonuto .of the total space a. tho errors.soul YEARS AGO of War Camp at Liberty Point S. Taylor R. C. Howling, G. B. Jan. 20.Although.
or omitted copy repr..ented.A (From Oewfcton News,
Lt. Loyd felly, U.S. Navy and Thomas G. H. Mazzlna, Earl the Everglades Park
November 10, 144)) Eileen lion, Excelsior Springs, R. Murray M. C. Doke, and is at the lower end of the wa-
Course 20, RAF cadets was
Missouri, were married in the Jack Martinez. tershed the engineers propose
graduated at Riddle Field and ,
to take into consideration all
All Commodore E. D. H. Davies -
; '
saluteWe demands of the watershed over tj
made the wings presentations 0
to the boys who Were leaving an extended period of time. Other Iw IV '3 Maw
&1 sez. for Miami .
sonny hearings are planned
hear a lot these days about Juvenile delinquency, for Canada to embark for Jan 19, and Jan. 21 in 1 sr'qI
drinking We do the United Kingdom.
t about vandalism, about among teenagers. West Palm Beach.Announcement .
j ; not wish to close our eyes to these things, nor to lessen our Clewiston precinct gave President of meetings .
Roosevelt a 2 to 0 lead in
; efforts to them out No matter bow hard you for the past :year and its addition
stamp made in Vero Beach
the general election, the expected was
work on a product you generally makes Silver Springs a
But we do want to call attention to the fact "heavy" Republican vote find that there ,is room for must during a *ee Florida first last week when the water storage
I failed to materialize. capacity of Lake Okeecho
that there Is already a definite trend among the young people Improvement such was theca trip.
Lt. Roland Lee visited hit bee was discussed at a gatherIng -
vadallsm drinking, as people gathered --.
f themselves to curb delinquency, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marion newspaper of Central and Southern
etc. The present teenager will not be subjected to quite the Lee after spending 15 months at Sliver Springs last Jack Scott took his Dixieland Florida Flood Control District

I, pressures to take part .In rowdyism or vulgarity, as was overseas. He was navigator on weekend. Band to Klwanis last' Wednesday officials last Friday.:
While extremely proud of and left flSO richer than
; the preceding generation. a B-26. : The board of governors of the
the teneral'exceUenCl award when he came. While not Quite
4 control district discussed -
Today's youngsters are a fine sort There are still some TEN YEARS AGO the out of state Judges made lure whether it was the Jazz for a new dike on the< iA Iiffhi

weak spots, but by and large they measure up exceedingly (From Clewfctoa News, sure to let you know the goal music or hit sympathlc! appealfor northwest shore of the lake 2

i well, and we think It Is time for adults to stand up and November U, 154)) had not been reached. Of cash brought forth the donation which would greatly Increasethe

speak out about ILHomecominq The charter was presented to 'course no two newspapers from the club he read- lake's storage capacity. It
the Clewliton Chapter Junior have the lame equipment to ily agreed to play anytime. is hoped that the construction 3
centers our attention on youth this week. Chamber of Commerce; Dr. work with so the Individual attention -Is- of this dike can begin this fiscal

Robert C. Golden was president.The 1 11 the equalizer. Coach Joe Bundy .it soliciting .- year with the Job being
We are quite proud of our youngsters,-of their many Belle Glade Jaycees sponsored Was amused that one Judgein friends in helping to get completed in three to four

fine qualities,-of their earnestness in facing the problemsof the local club and Elbert criticizing the first place the Tiger football squad (.o the years.

the world. L. Stewart was speaker at the winner of the typography and Orange Bowl this year. Any When this dike is finished the

presentation banquet. makeup of the< 4.SOO circulation one interested in helping is asked lake will be entirely encircledby
It isn't easy to be a teenager these daysIt's; a much The City opened bids on Street and over group Coral to contact him as coon as levees. Together with the
more complicated business than It was a decade or so ago. No..C.
Paving Project Gables Times noted that possible, raising of the dikes on the south *
/ And our youngsters, who are wiling to accept responsibility J. R. Spratt was Injured in the newspaper was good looking shore; now in progress, the present < >.

to work for what they want, to be dependable In the an auto accident near Tallahassee but lacked top equipmentto maxium 19.S feet level of

dscharge of their duties are-shining lights In a world that when an approaching car put It into a class with the Phone manager the water will become the mini
is sometimes clouded. attempted to pass another at better tabloid dailies. What he
the crest of a hill and struck did not know was that the

I' A young mother, engaged in her first volunteer work the Spratt car headon. He was Times IS printed by,the Miami talks on soundA mum.OBITUARIES
with an active group of youngsters, had nothing but praise hospitalized In Tallahassee Herald. f n"TOO

I' for them: "It doesn't seem possible that you could have a The public library opened -aa--
Book Week with an exhibit very Interesting proram
group of twelve girls and they would ALL be so lovely which Included several 100 year Florida's fabulous Silver tracing the development in

After a meeting with them, I have hope for this old world old volumes and interesting Springs eerved as > a perfect transmitting sound was presented Arthur Baum

yet she said newspapers. The papers dated host and extended the full red to Rotary Club by Ed Mox-
I back as far as 1799 and were. carpet treatment tor the meetIng .- ley, manager of Inter County Arthur Baum 80. of 337 Trinidad
Take the first two events that come to mind: the band real curiosities All were loaned Telephone Company at Qewis- Avenue, died in Hendry t ..

fund campaign and the rumpus following a recent football for the exhibit by local resi Regardless how many times ton, Monday He used a tape General Hospital on Wednesday W "v t e+

game. We find the youngsters were shinning lights both dents. :you visit the underwater wonderland recording and stereophonic November 11th. He was a re-
t times. They're working hard in the fund raising business, Ken Swayne was elected president it remains intriguingfor speakers to Illustrate the various tired machinist who was employed
and they are restraining themselves while adults scramble of Klwanis Club. youngsters and adults. The stages in the transmittingof by United State Sugar GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOU

angrily. Miss Dorothy McCarty was deer ranch and Make institute sounds Corporation for many years.

,. v chosen Homecoming Queen demand, equal attention with Among the interesting facts Mr. Baum was a native of

This Is Homecoming Week..We congratulate the Tigers, the car cavalcade. he related were these: The first Germany and with his wife _HMMM OM';;..tl,,.,, 0

the Queen candidates, especially Miss Homecoming her. THIRTY YEARS AGO Probably the newest and transcontinental telephone call Helen came to America in 1939
r! self and we congratulate all those dozens of youths who (From Clewbfcm News" ), mod exciting attraction .is the was made in 1915; radio was developed His skill was highly respectedby
November 1.. 134) following World War I. those with whom he
was associated
sky-lift Into Six Gun Ter
by their every day actions are deserving of our praise. new
Tom Shelley was elected president runny which reaches a height The first talking movie, in in his work and his
of the Klwanis Club. of 164 before desendlng down which John Barrymore: starred circle of friends here led to the
Horace Bettor made a bole was "Don Juan". A radio broad' decision to remain in Clewiston
In one on the third bole US Into the old west were 24 men cast, heard by people all over after his retirementHe I'm Stupid!

Chamber sets high goals yards In length playing with die daily for the entertainment the world was that In 1938 when is survived by his wife

Father F. J. Finnegan. It. T. of visitors three every the present Duke of Windsor, Helen of Clewiston a brother ,
,, t ,Glddens and Mal Bigg. hour for eight hour .'. in Fred and a sister Miss Beate
The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce is setting high/ gun abdicated the throne of England
.' goals for its this them still The U.S. Sugar Corporation battles that take each Baum both of Tampa. Stupid!
operation year. Some of are in announced the mill will Itait place for "the woman I love".

the formulattve stage, and others are down In black and grinding cane on the 28th of hour on the hour. Development The recording of the first outdoor the Services Pattlson were conducted in
Chapel Friday
. November. of the attraction has continued news on-the-spot broadcast
I white.With morning by the Rev. Victor Tur-
a membership of 140 (on Tuesday morning of this

week) the Chamber has reached an all-time high In memo Stupid!

bership strength. With 140 business persons and firms actively '

engaged in promoting the area, everyone. Is boundto :
benefit e Just ours let

A Farmers get help with road problems with freight rates, $14.000
Fire Insurance mi S21. OO to BWMJ
with facilities they need to grow, harvest and market their 1nsur
Many people neglect to check their"
crop. Industrial firms get assistance, .too, in pushing for
to make
.. housing for other facilities needed by new businesses. and '65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that's Cost aura of rebuilding of insuring has to full risen value.drastically and L
their ; '
by employees. : v t ,
raising eyebrows aft the perty values Check
i The Chamber has two basic aims: country. Outside, neat are constantly changing
clean, distinctive. Inside inches on this regularly.BeardsleyNash.
) One, is to attract people Into the area,-both as tourists bigger than last year.
s or as new residents and business people. Quicker,too.With a 383 cu. in. V8, standard equipment that

Two, is to assist local residents In having a better placein likes regular gas best Climb in and take a look around. Insurance Agen

which to live, earn and spend their money. Appointments and trim that you would expect only' Telepbeae Y17 1-7511
These two alms cover a variety of activities. The Chamber Eo Sxgarla.d Highway

assists with boat-a-cade, distributes literature, places ,',' Nicest thing about the '65 on more expensive cars.
Dodge Polara. the looks
billboards the and let spirit
on highways, tries in every way to
people know that Clewiston is a fine town in a fine area, and luxury get you going, the price won't slow you down Be Wise The NeTHRIFT
Advertise In
and is a good place to be. Dodge comes on big for '65.Why not come ,

Then the Chamber lends its support and influence to -e along for the ride? At your Dodge dealer's.

I an efforts to bring improvemens in the area; to get betterS ='- ? e '

roads, better facilities for transportation, and communications .;' \ { :.' J, .

; to improve our recreation facilities; and to lend aid 11'" MBIHBB.? NBlBVIHiA "* 'W
:' where necessary and feasible to all efforts for community /.


Every business in the area Is certainly benefited by

i ;t 1 the Chamber's efforts. The dues at,$25 a year are low

r/; enough to permit every business to have a part In the
''j Chamber of Commerce work. The Chamber needs every O DRUGWeekend

a busness man.-Just as the business man needs the Cham
'1 bar ;
The Chamber Is beginning, a very active year 'and r r'' Menu ForShopper'

the membership drive is Just an indication_of It. U you

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t t t 14-K Gold See. all the new Dodges;on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer's 29c

l Ri Bracelet & Charms STRAWBERRY SHOHTCAIE: ...... 350
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Girl Scout Country Club ChatB Births Fla. : NbWS Page Three
[ Thursday November 19, 1964
Letty McConvlUe Mi and Mi Charles Forshee

The Annual Ji nr,' the proud parent of am USSC ,.. 21'" 18oir.! .
Clewiston Meeting of the M. ,vin who was born November BowlingLake Glades lIest. 20y 19y 22526
formed Country Club will be { ,
held T m Hendry General Parkinson' 19 Z1 22181
at 8.30
: ,
troops p.m. Sunday. November Hospital. The baby weighed Waldron Motora17 Z3 ZOO13

Restaurant's 29th. at the Glades eight pounds, nine ounce. Sport Shop ,... IS 2S 22603 I
Girl Scouts, log of all leaden and troop com- "Pit Roo m". t LeagueTeam Alene' Gifts 13 Z7 216'11 ,,
raur gyp of! two Junior,' mittee members would be held President all Earl Morrison urge t 1. Mr. and Mrs Wesley Whid- Ugh Scrs'tih GsaqF. : j I
and t"
Brownie ill Clewl Nov. 30 at 10 a.m. In the Parish member to attend \hlamo.t 1 I den are the parents of a son, High Game: USSC-dew : Carlo .................................. 202 .,
:Yw: betn oraanlzed Hall of St Martin'a Episcopal important meeting if ;you born November 8 in Hendry talon, 918 S. Blus ,_.. 171 .'
"' Dorm.n, chair- church Mrs William Wol-- are interested in our Course General Hospital. The baby Team High Set: USSC-dewis- m. Handicap Game 'I
)IrS. Clark Neighbor.announced verton of West Palm Beach and its future. weighed seven pounds and has ton, SS80 T. Williams ........:..........._ 2S1 :. ;1 123S
... rJ the ClewlBton Glades Girlload field director of the council The Tournament Commit. been named Wesley. Men' High Set and Game F' Carlin ,..,...,.............."._.- ;:
Palm tee has :
of the thl will be on hand to show a film a.Tanged for a "Mixed Mr. and Mrs. Gelaclo Paei RUth High Scratch Soda
I CouDcn.Neighborhood meet- on the function of the troop Foursome Tournament" to be are the parents of a daughter, Name Bet Game Carlin _....__ 537S ''II'IIF.
=tllat a committee. Played during the day. A special Marls, who weighed three D. Carlther 521 179 Blus ._......__......_ 4841

Mrs Dorman issued an appeal 4s for feature of his tournament pounds, four ounces on arrivalin W. Mlncey ..??.? 547 209 W. Smith ..........._..._ as
for old uniforms, either the ladie*. The lady with Hendry General Hospital on B. Carlther 522 217 High Handicap Series .
Judy Vann gets for girls or adults, which mightbe a "Low Net" score will be November 9. N. McKlnney -,._ 529 210 W. Smith ,._.. _._ -- _. 643W
used In getting the new awarded the "Louise Suggs- pt i F. White 519 199 BUllck .........., ....,., 131SIIIIdOWDeI'I
troops underway. Mr. DON trophy lor 1964 with compll- Mr. and Mrs. Autrey Henson, H. Andrei __ S28 195
O.E.S. degrees man's telephone number U 3- assents of the Sport Shop. Mem are. the parent of a> ton, Au H. Thompson 576 234 Lents.Wa.
ben wishing to participate- trey, who weighed five pound B. La Garde _. 509 189 1M. '

Nell Vann received the 2991.The four and urged to register immediately when born at Hendry General H. Vaughn ...,.,. 542 198 Cox Jewelry 25 11 "
lvd1 Order of the troops their leader at the Country Club with Mr. Hospital on November 9. R. Martin 503 193 Hav.\-Tampa 204 153 .. 'v
4d rn SIrMat the special are: Brownie! Mrs. Bob Hartzell. Fee will be 100. B. Sage __.._ 520 200 E. T. Dtoardl, Inc 20 II ,
Beardsley, Mrs Gary Scott and Mr and Mr. Ernest William
suaar1aDd ChapterEML Last Friday the Ladles Association Jr. Meadow _. 573 214 Jones Texaco II 17 1
of Mrs. A. W. Waldron. Thirty *, Jr. are the parent of a '
S. Smith _.,.,._
0rID4 played a twosome. In 575 203 Glades Sugar Houa.14 U
wben girls In grades 2 and 3. Meetson EASTERN STAR OFFICERS-Mr*. Adele Robertson center on, Rodney, who was born on
Wale which ....
the low handicapper J. Pelham 524 202 Florida National ;
Mr*. Bobertson. Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Worthy Grand Mattes ef the Grand Chapter at Florida ef the November 11 at Hendry General \
kr visit recently. counted on the odd hotel. and C. Hickman .._... 518 187 Bank 93 2814
IfIIt official at the Play Park. the high handicappers countedon Order of the Eastern Star made aa afflclal visit to the pawlstea Hospital. The baby weighed J. Hill 523 184 High, Team Heriea .:
Brownie Mrs. James F. Walker chapter kerne b .IB eight pound, nine ounce j
tae--VU the even holes. The twosome recently Her Miaul. Sheen with her J. B. Jones 563 213 Cox Jewelry 1788 ',
of Mr. Joe Hall and Mrs C. of Fran Henry and Letty ar* Abner Vans Wtrthy Patron and Mr*. Helen IMckey, Mr. and Mr. James CaIUlln,. J. McKee 502 176 Florida National Bank 1738 .' '
-llDIUUCtor of the SuI.r- W. Knecht Eighteen girl in McConvlUe won the event. Worthy Metre,, of the local chapter. -sTAFF PHOTO ton ar* parent of a ion, James 1st place team-Frostle won 25, Jones Texaco 1700 .
II jpd 1'1 grades 2 and 3. Meets on Thursday Jr., who was born November 14 lost 11 Individual Series

JflTSi of Mr., afternoon at 3 o'clock in weighing six pound, ten ounce. 2nd place team Belle Glade High t82 '':J.
daughter the Play Park, OwensSteadmanrites Call Thompson, Dick Baker, Jerry Mislay >
H. Vann and James""3. Machine Work won 22, lost Lots Sauer t8t .,
vn Abner Junior Mr. H. E. Crosby, Mr. and Mr. Felix Rosalet 143rd
pllldluabter of Mr. Bertha Mrs. Royce Carlton, Twenty. Friday 25-M.: C Keen, Sr.. Herman are praenta of a ton Ruene, place team Chuck Wens Polly McLendoft t88 ,";
1 p,,. ifiaml l, life member seven girl In grade Wand Dyess, Mrs. W. K. Archer born November 15 weighing (even Motor Co. won 21, lost 15. High Team Care .jI
d JI1s1ic Chapter Ma 110. four girl in cadet patrol In Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'B. 1M Paul Emrich. pounds, five ounce Cox Jewelry 637Janes '
AU were present for grade 7. Meets Owens announce the Nov. 2ft-MaJor Sherwood Hall Texaco 1103 '
I'JmIIL on Monday: at approachIng Mr. and Mr. Parcel Hoggin, Ladies of the Lake .
br taitijtioQ'jlr. 3:30: at the Play.Park. marriage of their daughter Mrs. Bonnie Patterson, Sharon of LaBelle, are the parents ofa Florida National But 996Wgh I
) Vann presented Judy Junior-Mr*. R. I. Pearce, Patricia Ruth, to J. D. Stead- Harris Cheryl Lee. daughter, Debra, who weighed Total IDcllyklaal Game :::
III 0.E.S. pin which had Mr. Louis Christiansen. Twen man of Clewiston, on Friday five pounds 14 ounces when Wine Lose Flea Olaa Sheffield 183 1:
worn by her mother and i evening' November 20th. .PERSONALS Old South .. 31 9 22742 Polly McLendon 178 .
M 1y-five girls In grades 4-8. Meetson r Garden Club holds born on November 10 in Hendry I
podInolber. Judy also recelvto Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: at The Rev. Henry Horrell Ford General Hospital Clewiston. Hare Lumber 23 17 20423 LoLa Sasser 176 ,
Eastern Star Ritual III the Play Park. will officiate at the ceremony
Jill (from Worthy Matron which will take place at 8:15: Mrs. Ernest Varcoe of Jacksonville holds worshopA Mr. and Mrs. Guzman Albrit. i
to Helen Dickey. o'clock In the Community Presbyterian has been a guest In the ton, Moore Haven, are parent I Ii
Refreshments were nerved to Pink Lady news Church. A reception home! of her niece. Mrs. George workshop on methods for of a ion, Gerald born November i i
tB members' and guest will be held at the home of the Beck and Mr. Beck. Mr. Beck making decorative grapes from 10, in Hendry General Hospital -
The Hendry County; General bride' parents, 80S E. Osceola and Mr. Varcoe spent aeveral parafln wax will be held at a Clewiston. The baby
Hospital auxiliary met! at the Ave days in Miami. Clewiston Garden Club meetingto weighed six pounds.Mr. .
Baby shower for hospital Nov. I wtlh 17 member No Invitations are being Issued Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. A. R. be held this morning at 10
o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. and Mr. William Ham,
and all friends of the
pre.ent.Mr. Broadfoot and '
Mrs F. C. Slkes
C. Slkes, president at 708 Roy of LaBelle, are parent of a ion, 1 ty
Mrs. Jim Higdon .. Joe Sexton and ),Ir.. young couple art cordially Invited Mrs J. W. EzeUe recently al Palm. Stanley, who weighed six V 1Sngac
Dan McCarthy reported on the to attend both the ceremony made a trip to Tallahassee, the
pound, eight when born
shower was held recall and the The workshop will be directedby ounces
A toby Florida Hospital Association reception. first three to visit relatives t
Mrs. Jim HigdonSudn Mrs W. M. Jeffries of South November 14 in Hendry General
? for convention which they recently there, and Mrs. Ezelle to go on Clewiston.Mr.
libel!) .t t the Calvary Hospital '
attended in Clearwater. Kinard.Moorenuptials to Georgia for a visit with her Bay.A
bptiit Pastorium. Mrs. Higas relatives Mrs. Broadfoot remained discussion will be held on and Mr. Roy Sander, of
A "Broihnaster" to be given

t u presented with a cor- for a longer visit with the club's plans for decorating LaBelle see parents of a daughter s11PPlies '
an A light pink carnations away at the Homecoming ThursdayMiss her daughter Mrs. Earl E. Wilkison the Hendry General Hospital for Debra who weighed seven
rosePrizes football game tomorrow night and children. Christmas, an annual activityof pounds ten ounces-when bornon
was on display. Ila KInard, of Pahokee. Or. Earl E. WUklson of Tallahassee the club.Beta November 6, in Hendry General
were won by Mrs. The next meeting will be and James Franklin Moore, of Js visiting his fatherinlaw Hospital, Clewiston.
Dally Stiles, Mri. Higdon, Mrs.: held Dec. 7 and It wm be in Clewiston, will be married In Albert R. Broadfoot In
mace Meridith and Sheila the form of a Christmas party. Pahokee at the Church of God Clewiston. to enjoy some first Mr.. and Mrs Arthur Wayne
ttri.! Refreshments of cake, AH member are asked to bring of Prophecy this evening of the season hunting Sigma Phi King, of Tallahassee are parents
ale, mints, punch and coffee a wrapped gift which will be Miss KInard is the daughterof Mrs. T. C. Yon spent the of a daughter Mary Elizabeth f
lilt .Md. placed on the auxiliary cart. the Rev. and Mrs. John H. weekend in Eustls visiting her who was born Tuesday, 7
IssN these Klnard Pahokee. She graduatedfrom son-in-law and Mr. holds November 10, in Tallahassee
were: Mesdames John It Is suggested that gift daughter meeting
faith John Tatum, JoAnn consist of such Item a* stationery Pahokee High School and and Mrs Edward Brown and Memorial Hospital. The baby t''
htaer, Thomas Stiles, O. C. powder Is employed In the office of baby son. weighed six pound, nine ounce
combs, bath
Rev. Bob U Christie was
Vlia Richardson Tractor Company.Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stockman
Othi Mr.
Forrester. Ernest
or acme other Inexpensive at the regular meetingof <
Moore, manager of Royals f
hrtoe the weekend at Miami.
Roy Smith J. I. Thornta spent Hale named
Pi Beta to
Beta Chapter, Sigma
Is the
Clyde Guthrie. Jim Eden Kern. store in Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis of
Brtert Hifdon Roy T.ylor' Mrs. Anna Mae Jones thanked son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nashville, Ga. came to Lake Phi held Tuesday night at thechapoStgom. Highway Ass'n. Y-O-U. ,
tmrnct Merldltl), Mae Willis-: .= the group for participating Moore MartlnlvWGa.. He Placid recently to visit his sons, < .tt. "
at Daisy Stiles, and Mines graduated from Martlntville W. T. Lewis and W. E. Lewis A program on "Interpretationof Darwin Hale manager of the "
Wr Tatum, Trudy Smith. Tit In the recent Fire Evacuation High School and attended National and families. Mrs. W. E. Lewis Love and Love' Miracle in Clewiston Inn has been nameda ;

> ftdoo. Louis and Wandan Program.Ruth Business College la Roa- brought them to Clewiston Palmer Carolyn Eden, Mottley and Lib noke. latter part of the week for a Mike Milicevie was bos- of the Highway; 27 Association. M.ake Money

Mi! nd Cathy IibeU White He1 has been employed by visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. teas and served refreshment of .
Royal' In Belle Glade, and a Morgan. Sr. and other relatives. coffee tea and cake A birth Plan to enter a request with
few weeks ago cam to Clewis Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn day greeting and gift were extended state officials to cease efforts without Extra Work! j '!
ton as manager of the store and Mr. and Mr. Wm. H. Lanier to the sponsor, Mrs. J. to publicize the Sunshine Parkway .
here. were in Jacksonville Sunday Fred Baker to the detriment of other Make work hard as' ,14ft
The Clewiston Trailer Mart Inc. through Tuesday, attending the Membetprellfnt at the meeting routes of travel were formulated your money as
BallardGreenThe annual meeting of the Florida were: Mesdames Bob at a recent meeting of the you do. Our high rate of return will add '1

State Chamber of Commerce.Mr. Adam.'Fred Baker, Bob Bass, 'assrlflaUon held at Silver
regularly build
INVITES YOU TO INSPECT THEIR engagement of Miss Jaq- and Mr. S. H. Stall and John Black, Joe Bundy. Woody Springs. up to help your insured ;1.

ultta Ballard to Arvll Lee daughters. Donna and Cathy, Carruthera, Frank Gentry Michael savings quickly and effortlessly I Open
New 1965 Mobile Homes. were In Silver Spring last Herring, Ernie Hill Bill CAP
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. news account with today.
Lee Green of South Clewis weekend attending the meetingof Holmes, Bob McColley. Mike your us ."p
the Florida Press Associa Mlllcevic, Frank Mottley, Dave The Clewiston squadron of-
NOVEMBER SPECIAL ton, has, been Mr. announced and Mrs. by W.her A. Pattison and Ed Watson. the Search and Rescue. Civil EARN MORE NOW! .
parents tion.Mr.
and Mr. T. W. Griffithof Air Patrol (SARCAP) participated -
faom 10' wide Moryn fully furnished $3330X0 The Ballard wedding of 513 plans Francisco will be street announced Winter Haven were guest of 'A pot luck upper was enjoyed in a Group VIII practice '

S350.00 down-payments Incl. Ins. $62.63 later. Mr. Green is employed Mr. and Mr. Clyde Egley and by the chapter last Satur mission last Sunday in Fort Clewiston Federal \",
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape last 'the Myers. "
as a drag line operator. day at of Mrs. Bob '
weekend.Dr. Representing Clewiston were a-' tiataair
ALSO ON DISPLAY and Mrs. D. W. Beards- HcColley t Lieut James Walker, commander w <. /
W Bedroom Garden Club news ley Danny and Byrole Beards- The pledges presented a long of the local squadron, II Savings and LoanAssociation p
Marietta. Early American. : Commander Icy, were guests of Miss Char- concerning activities of the local and A/lo Jack Burl :

The Garden Club of Gewiston\ lene Jones In Vero Beach last chapter. Door prize were The Clewiston! unit (Walker", "4, :t
SO'I 10' 2-Bdroom Hlhcraft carpeted lMna room will meet on Thursday, Nov. 19 weekend. pilot and Burt observer) spotted '
won by Fisher Ange and Bob
*' 10' at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs Visiting Mr. and Mr. Luther the target early In the aft art toes ''j !!
\ 2Bedroom Marietta. Canter dlnlna room- Fred Sikes 70S Royal Palm Lowe In Naples Sunday were Adam. Dessert of home made ernoon.

Super Avenue. Feature of the meetingwill Mrs P. M. McIntyre Jr., Mrs. Ice cream was a feature of the Lieut Rosa Doane

10' Bedroom Marietta. Front klicheo be a workshop on the art P. M. McIntyre!, Sr.. Mrs. Tony menu. Information Officer 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewiston i:,
cr I 10' of making decorative wax fruit Sullivan and baby Kelly, A. J.
2-Bedroom Morrell to be conducted by Mrs. Jed Richard and Terryl Jane Nash.

12't 60' Emhoay3-Badroom front dlnba: room fries of South Bay AH member- Fatty Vaughn who had been
are urged to attend. visiting In Clewiston returned
Bank Financing to Naples with them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Florentineand
11I..1.OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY to 9 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthy la ,

I Stdwy 27 East yu 2.4691a were In Miami Saturday a A artY i, ,

attending the opertta "Oliver". .wI o I
Mrs. Thomas Owen and children :
of Indlantown spent the
weekend dewlston visiting
Wed Thurs. Nov. 18-19 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens I

"BEHOLD A PALE and Miss Kay Owens.
Mr. and Mr*. Ray Chamberlain
HOHSr returned this week from 1e

Gregory PeckA spending Hendenoovffle.the mummer N. C.at after their SLR. ETCH Jeans WELCOME,'

tale of Suspense home then. .
Mr. and Mrs. Pets Jaudon of I
Stark were guests. of Mr.
in Wardrobe
Friday. Nov. 20 Annie NaIl and Mrs. Belie I any ; ;

11:30: p.m. After Games Bryan for the weekend. ''V \:' .'.\

"TERROR IN A Genuine zip-front Lady Wranglers ',

HAUNTED BOUSE" ,HappyBirt day In Florida. '

The '1
Gerald KneeLong
Toggery A real Terrorama Nov. It-Emla Miner SlimBlue.
Stile, Rosalie Benbow DoDo Wheat ,,
ole and Ronnie Lewis.. after bowling .beer is.a natural Knockers PANTS
FrL Sat Nov. 20-21 Nov. 20-Heten Peter, Mr. J. : J) H.
.:, ; Fred Baker. Monte' 3dcL.nder .' ,
Shop Double Feature Wayne Weaver. After yonVa bowled a game or two,or when you'ra! winding np $4.98 $5.98 SIr 110 1 I.

7:30: P. M. ONLY Nov. 21-Charlotte land Zelma the eveniof at the neighborhood bowling center,ki good to relax It..
whiz friend and What better to dd to the
TNVITATIONTOAGUNFIGHTER" Adams, Mrs. Leslie BaDJoa.ElIa.a compare score way 1 1NeW ,
Hundertmark:, John port and the sociablenes than with a refrahinx glass of beer? :
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Six THE Thursday CLEWISTON NEWS Gewiston. Fla. cljds: B,,h, ,. Jatics W. Henry: NJ: Mr. Mi:dred Wood, Mr. 2nd Game: 4:15: 13 carries, gained
November III Altar 87
Society it Lak< .ir.l ead the Rev Dr. Al\.r.a Wi.Jdon and Mrs. Marie Devil 0, Warriors 41 yard on AI Morreu
\ : r i. R..-iti. :':.<'. nary to C ark at a meeting of the Jan- Thursday, November 12; Junior a kickoff and punt return, nine carries, Brined:! 80'a
Christian Science The sermon on "''Thanksgiving' A- nunj and ,stint of FirstM lea Harvpr Circle! at the homeof caught: two passe and kicked dewier scored two
--as in an Chr:sttan Science holds partiesTwo C"I!<'d>t Church te Buenos. Mrs. Van Cothern. 1st Game: and au1t:! one
church services services- rill consist of readings A-rrs o;ie>t Protestant church It was announced at the meeting Warrior 27, Angels 0 Det
from the Bible, and also card parties were held in South America. that on Nov. 25 the Wom 2nd Game:
Thanksgiving! Day services from the Christian Science textbook by the St. Margaret's Altar Society en's Missionary Society mission Devil 0, Comet 20
I will be held In First Church of "Science and Health with last Wednesday and Thursday study book will be presented b) League Standing
Christ Scientist Belle Glade, Key to the Scriptures" by Mary nights. Revival begins at )In. J. R. '1bomp oo. State MIa Team Won Lost
Florida S.E. Ave. E. at First Baker Eddy. There will also be Mrs. C. D. Haw entertained saw Study chairman, at a covered Warrior 9 0 /
Si. at eleven o'clock. Visitor hymns and a period of prayer. three tables ot bridge at her Assembly of God dh supper to be servedat Comet 8 3 t
are welcome. The Golden text for the day Sugarland Park borne on Wednesday ( pat at the church. Angel 2 7
One feature of the service win 1* from Psalm 22: MAD the night and Mrs. Luis de- The Dew toa Assembly of Those-: attending the meeting Devil 1 8
y'' be a period when individual end of the world shall remem- Annas was high scorer. Mrs. God Is to begin revival seer were: Mesdames W. F. Nall Monday, November It; Midget by
I, ber and turn unto the Lord Mary Brian Mildred
Christian Scientists stand up : won the door prixe. ices on Tuesday evening. November Wood. Van Cothern. 1st Game: '
and all the kindred of the nations On Thursday night a card Bert WhxMon and Herbert
voluntarily to their 17 at 7:30 pan. John Chargers 0, :Rebel IS
express shall worship before the*." party was held at the borne of sad Faith Clark
thanks to God In their own Mrs. C. A. Staffing are to be 2nd Game:
A related to Sugar- TrifarCouture
passage be read featured eeeh as
evening the
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words. land Park..
The first
from Science: and Health include prize at senke This musical: -
.' this party went to turkey dinner League Standing.
these lines: "It should be Miss Esther has traveled across America In
ST. PETERS tCTtnEBANCIIUKCH thoroughly understood that an Quesada and the second print youth' meetings The services Team Wee lest
to Miss Isabel The Ladies Willing Workers Jet .
men have one Mind one God Martinez. The are to continue e 1
and Father one Ute Truth consoUttoo prize went to Miss November a with through Sunday. Band of .the Church of Cod Tigers! 8 4 I
Belle Glade and Love. Mankind will become: Hide Rodriques. attend the statewide 1cIa7I Youth rz.e.to will serve a turkey dinner Inhonor Rebel 8 4

Her. Richard Rosemaa. pastor perfect la proportion a* this Cake and coffee! were served Fellowship at Lake Bonny Auditorium of Thanksgiving: next Charger 3 0
1:30: a.m. Sunday School fact becomes apparent, war will the gueis at both affairs. at Lakeland No service Tuesday. The dinner are sold Wednesday, November 111:
10:30: a.m. Divine cease and for II, and the proceed used
V.' Worship true brotherhoodof 1 la planned for either Wednesday Midget type jewelry to
I:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible man win be established" (p. Methodists or Thursday ot the for church purpose lit Game: comple
.j class 4C7.S.13)). setDec..lconference Thanksgiving holiday. Anyone interested In obtaining Chargers 7, Jet 0 ment your dressy wardrobe.A
a SI turkey dinner next 2nd Games .
j I Tuesday should telephone YU Tiger 8, Rebel 0 I

; ClewistonChurch The 9 Methodist churches of UOSI-The Wining Workers Band delightful choice gift for that

.the 10-coaaty Sarasota district serves the benefit dinners each
I will hold their annual checkup Churchcircle Tuesday. Tigers regain person who, "has.everything."
conference Dee. 1. starting at
j 1 aja. at the Nokomis church. OKA WOOD OUI.B (Canibssed fr.m rage 1))
The Rev. Fred U
Directory of
Sarssota district '"% Mrs. A. H. King was bastes playing most of the final quarter -

win preside at the superintendent IDDn '"*; to member of the First Baptists the Knight finally put a The Sport
I' and afternoon srsstnas.. dial to s Ora Wood Circle Tuesday sustained drive together that Shop \
\+ J'EBOVAH'S WITNESSES' : ST. JI.UCI&.aIrI etleR be stteaded by SS pastors end morning when Mrs. Ralph carried them to their 18 yard.
i, Cmrdom Ben.-.U7 W. El Pas Father Robert A. BosOer 300 lay delegates. The host pastor Ford led the program on *Wot line where the Tiger '"regular
R. Osborn Is the Rev. John Lewis chip through Intercessory returned to action: and stopped
J' Sunday Watcbtower: 8Iu ;r. : aja. 7:00 !P DL The Julia Bead Circle of the Prayer". the drive pushing\ the Knight*
1 4:13: p.m. 7otl.lD.-Kua. ayThe Sarasota tint Baptist Church neettag Mrs. T. L. Tanner chairman back: 13 yards In the process
Tuesday Bible Study LOS 7 Weekday district one of at Ac borne of Mrs conducted the business
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p.m. 7:00: a.m.-Tirst' 12 regions In the Florida Methodist Tiger wb fumbled and
Thursday Ministry School. T:30 Friday Mass. Conference, numbers 12.,. Weather Tuesday, heard an in meeting. Ten members were Buddy ShefQer recovered: for

Service fOXT CHU9TUX CBCKCH 200 members Sarasota Man teresting program.Worshipto present Refreshments were the Ft Myere team and they SPECIAL
j Meeting 8:30: p.m. Ml N. FranekMe Stree eke Bardee, nifiii 1aDrb. char:: intercessory Prayer" present. servedMtieuseless.Teatmating drove to the four, where the"regulars"
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B. J. lock DeSoto. Glades. Bendry. by Mfrs M: 0. Down with win be at the home of again were called
MOtTHSIDE' MPSIONABT Goodrich Minister Lee and Coder counties. Mrs. W. R, Wlmbetty. Mrs E. Mr*. Vesta Shroyer. 213 E. on to Item the tide,.which they
BAPTIST CHtlBXH 10:00: sjnv-Bttle SchooJ. M. Cbnette. Mrs W. R. Crescent
Principal! speakers wen In- Broad- did as Dana Intercepted a
304 N. Francisco Street 11:00 I....-rinrnmn..ln aDd rick and Mrs.
Maflieay Knight paaa on 'the six I: yard 65
Rev. Julian PqIeIU Worship Service. I taking pertv.aim. line. The Tigers failed on a FORDMustang
a.m.-& sday School. 7:30 p.m.Communion: and Weathers wag appointed fourth down try on their own
11-00 a.m.-Morning Worship. Worship Service. ChOdrens Home chairman 14 and the Knight took over.
t:30p.m.-BTC.' Wednesday: GOD for the circle. The bows However
1* tern a fumble put the Tigers &'
7:30 p.m.-Evening "'or Ip. P.UL-Bible Study 6 kIEPINGBOOKS ed orange Juice pastries and _back_in business as Mandy -
Wednesday coffee to Mrs. F.
: L. Duaa_), Worrell recovered a Power
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. COJOCCXm rENTECOBTAlBOLIMSS : Mrs M. 0. Doss Mrs Cornctte. REVISED SCHEDULE bobble. The Knight had one 1300 Miles On. Owner
CECBCH ON YOU Mrs. WtobeHy. Mrs. ""Flag F..cI aB" more crack: at scoring with 32
aroaco or GOD Salk CIn1stea His eternal records ice Broadrick. Mrs Mammy and Midget League second on the clock si they
312 Stalk radfle Arena Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor reveal how you express Mrs. Etta Leiter.HiHaven. Friday. November 20th: recovered a Tiger fumble following $2,495
Rev. H. M. Long 10:00 ajn. -Sundsy,School. your love for Him. 3:13-Rebels vs. Tigers a pas completion.
) 10:00: a.nv-Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. WMU 4.15: -Jets vs. Chargers Coach Bandy praised the entire
11:00: a.fflw Morning Service. 7:45 p-nL-flunday Evaaielistte 'l mot:' or,row ttcotsi (end of season) team Including the reserve
7:30: p.ntv-Evening Worship. Service. ; The Women's Missionary Un Midget League ALL-STARS who gained valuable experience THIS WEEK

Wednesday: Wednesday: ion, of the Hi-Haven Baptist Win Be Selected for next year. They made position
.. 7:30: p.m.-Pra'er Service. 7:43 P.DL.-Prayer Service, 9:45: am. Sunday School Church held a regular monthly liaise League mistake but their spirit
Friday: Friday: 11:00 am. Morning Worship meeting on Monday night with Saturday November 21st: and determination was great '
7:30: p.m.-Young People's En 7:43 p.nu-Youth Service.: Mrs. Velma Story, president '.30-Devile) vs. Comet The end Dana and Pat Bat 65 FORD GALATJE. demonstrator 400
deavor.COMMUNITY presiding. 10:15-Warrior* '". Angel dree, were recipient of praise hardtop Conditioning. AH power. 4-Dr.

FIEST BAPTIST "The Grace of GrafitudV Scripture reading and devo- (end of season) by Bundy a* was assistant factory list $3,958 _.__.M $$3,493
rKESBYTCKIAN! CBUkCBUt tion -Junior League ALL-STARS coach Fred William who has
were conducted '
47 Bsysl Falsa Arm E. Testes Avenue 6:15 p.m. Training Union H. V. Turner Mrs. Sam by Mr Rich* Will Be Selected been working with them since 61 JEEP UNIVERSAL CJ5. One

: Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev. Bob L. Christie 7:30 e o e the Owner ,, ., .. ,.,..., $1,29J
p.m. Evening Worship and Mrs. Story. Reports were completion of the Junior -? xi..t ...L .". ....__....
9.43:: a.nu-Sunday School *::4S a.nu-Sunday School. given by Mrs. Ruth Jackson "District Five Florida Recrea varsity program '
I'' 11:00: a.nv-Morning Worship 11:00:: a.OL-Mormng Service. and Mrs. "Turner. tion Association Flag Football A* Randy: skipped across 57 CADILAq FLEETWOOD fully

I : 8.00: p.m--Westminster Fellow. ':15 p.mv Training Union. "A Man of FoOT Mrs. Dora Baxter was nominated Championship" names, be noted the vicious eejqulped 4dr. Hardtop "; ....".M."..,,?.. $693
I I ship. 7:30 p.nx-Evening Service. 8:45: p.m. Youth Fellowship Wednesday: Wednesday: chairman for the coming year.;: CleWtoa, FlorIda the Morrell brother, FOR THE BEST BUYS IN ANY
I 7:30 p.nv Choir Practice. 7:00 P.DL-Officers sad Teachers : 8:00 Mrs. C. W. Mann was la chargeof Order of Events: Dana' best performance; of his

Meeting. p.m. Wednesday Vie program, the topic for ':00 a.m. Assemble for career: similar performance MAKE CAR NEW
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1.00:: pjn. -Midweek Prayer Rev James B. Thompson which was "Korea." Parade in park behind for Sammy Lang, excellent USED, SEE

SH W. Oseeeb Averse Service. Attending were: Mesdames Youth Center teams blocking and line play by Smit-
Kcv. David Denslow. Pastor 1.43: P.DL-Choir Practice.ST. Guest SpeakerSUPERVISED Sam Rich H. V. Turner Henry will line up behind High ty Polhin. Doug Rudd. Gene

9-43: ink Church School. stay Floyd Royal Harry School Band) Edwards Edwin Cato, Johnny Waldron Motors
11:00: a.m.-Horning Service. I NURSERY I Proton C. W. Mann. W. R. 9.JO: a.m.-Parade to Flag three extra point
I 7:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth MARTINI BU1r71IPAtec.Od Baxter. W. J. Jackson and HH- Football field (behind McGee and Don Yoder
Fellowship C l) ton WmUms. Elementary School) Bowden gained 108 yards In
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/ cmn.cn OF CHRIST Rev. Clark: H. Damn Vicar gin
/ : KM South Central A Tense Susday. Services: BAPTIST CHURCH Janice Harvey circle (Finals will be Saturdaaner.1IOIm

,: I. J Sullivan. IflaisterSusday 7:30: s.mv-Early Eucharist VENTURA AT CENTRAL A program on "W )
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L Christie. ; Junior1st
): : 10:30: a.m. -ramily Service and Pastor Through Intercessory Prayer's Game: 3.13::
I 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. Church School. was presented by Mrs. W. 1'. Comets 30, Angels 8
'I' 11:00: a.m.-Worship. Saints and Holy Day. as announced.
I' 7:00: p.m.-Worship. .

Wednesday: Confessions by, appointment
7:30 p.m.-Midweek devotions
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i Clewiston IU: I.m.-&mda) School. THE GLEWISTON INN I I'a _
Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 11:00: a-m.-Worship Service.

10:00: a.m. -Sunday School.: 7.00: p.nu-Baptist Training Fj(
11:00: a.m.-Preaching.: Union.
Tuesday: S.OO: p.m.-Worship ServtM. ,. ..suaamiaemiwerlar sear d
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday:

I Friday: S.OO: p.m.-Brotherhood.Wednssdayt + r
t 7:30: pjn.-Young People f sw wca.i' r.ilareari
.. 7:30: p.nu-Bour of Prayer. :
Thursday.: announces the .
S:00: pmChoir Practice.
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U:00 5:43'ja.m-Sunday a.nu- School COD room will be ,

'.1 '::4S,|pjn.-Training Morning Union.Worship. J1J South FranohMe Street open V
i James F. Klmbrel
1:00 p.m.-Evening Worship.Wednesdays Pastor

1:00: p.m.-Prayer: Meetiag. 10:00: a.nv-Sunday School.
11:50 a.m.-Mornlng warship
11:00 a.UL-Children's Church.
J 7:30: p.m.-Evangriistlo: Service:
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,: :A Beoker FM Wednesday 7:43 : ThanksgivingDay LEADER
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Paul Strickland. Pastor

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11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible. r e

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r ) development is theme --- tendance at the service which students, 25 Junior high student Cesium, Florida THE: CLEWISTON: NEWS Page t
took place at 11 o'clock the and 50 senior high students Thursday, November 19, 1964
!hour of the Armistice of World Scott said
I district meeting I War I.Kiwanil, The senior high band Is satisfactorily
equipped with Instruments sufficient for:tht ;yearly oper Its annual appeal for ChristmasSeal
p- cogs at work and at play, was club heeds though we do needto ation. funds to help support the
Development for strewed In the workshop session replace the uniform that O e n e Edwards, program Mobile X-Ray free service and '
It the program B eineetpofeasiona and a Miami drew designer band fund were originally purchased eight chairman for November introduced make it possible to bring this
of plea a
unit to the often; -
IPeetina Despite the need the county more
cI Women'sby modeled a number of .rb- year ago. ipeaker.
) Anna Mae Jones, chairman of
for the senior
er business" clothe for dressand Five member for
82 near of the) Sugar
\the Christmas Seal Campaign
stteDded bend, the older student and
play "Working women land Band
provided a lively
laid "ThU la
sI vera membersawoyafeflStOU should strive to be as attractive program of Dixieland Jazz forKlwanlan their parent are contributing'BO TB on increasein appeal: to you. Assist our once-a-year this-worthwhile -
of the work to
distinction ofbvfeee for their husband* and children November 11th a* per cent drive with donations
tdr du/lll1e/ percellta as for their business asso a prelude to dewiston Band raise funds for younger musical Remember your that no gift 1*
,II tbe .* *Deti Set Zauel. re- Betty Jan Stott, state rec. then told members of the projected The Bind Association has all, support is greatly appreciated. -
) Vero Beach ording secretary of BFW, spoke plan to provide musical launched a drive 'to raise $10- Th prevalence of tuberculosis ." ,
s lift from i on Personal Development, Instruction to student ot Clew- 000 and the United State Sugar in Hendry Count four times st
.recoI ItIon.c Ism PublIc.Scbools. The dub, Corporation has generously higher than the national aver Ne "'
aI I Appearance, both and explained\ what the BPW after the meeting contributed agreed to match dollar for dollar age. Thirteen active cases have mere "Hayseeds"
; :, $130 to the Band Fund all funds donated to the been found in the county in recent It's time (/:;plow under for ,
,...... P "We hope to provide the opportunity band, and two tor one for each weeks keeps the tattered image of the ''
for musical: instruction dollar earned by band mem- This war announced by the "hayseed farmer", A truer Image -
t; n for student from the first bers doing odd Jobs about town. Tuberculosis and Respiratory la that of'a ;
Tune through twelfth grades," Scott To date the combined fund total tough-minded ;p
upsN .. said Presently SO students are approximately $5,400. .Disease Association In making business ,executive with brains. ,!
receiving Instruction! before The band director concludedby '
COMPETING, WITH SIS e.U>(es cal uurenlUe. from IS school hours, with similar streaming that the fund drive .11I11 ,I
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states, the Florida SUte Unherslty Debate Team cam hem was not to be an annual event !
With fleet place from the Feaehtree Invitational Debate TcaraarntDt number after school becauseof but a one-time project to provide -, i
FREE. held \the past weekend at Emory University, Atlanta. the shortage of musical Instruments. badly'needed musical Instruments -
The band and uniform We
Taking first place In \the affirmative division and third place program :ill
In the negative division. Florida State war awarded first la currently providing for instruction have a annual budget of approximately I t

YES we will provide t'J:1e.labor: free The Place FSU la \the tournament on \the bails of total point received. for 30, elementary ",000 which li ,,'"
negative learn was composed of two freshmen BUI .
[/charge/ for the next weeks for all Leap and Mike Klpplncill both( of Tallahassee)) who. had RESTAURANTOpen '
never before entered a college debate toaraament Holding
Leups.We \the trophic won are, left to right Rtpptaflll, Leap atlas 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. "i
line of Elaine Napltr ef Sparta. Ga., and Preston McGee of Clewb-. NOTICE NOTICE, NOTICEFor ''
have a complete parts ton Florida. McGee and Miss Napier else. wea.Indlvldaal Sugarland Hwy. 'Clew ton. .
points, spark pugs,, condensors, award for superior speaking.

plus |17 years experience serving South; club had meant to her since Memorial rites ,corrugated metal and, .aluminum HUNTING HEADQUARTERSWe're ; i i'IA
florida to provide you with quality she Joined it at the age of 18
:year. She emphasised the Importance culvert pipe, dashboard risers,., head. '
forkmansrup. of younger women as honor veteransA keeping on up-fcHhinlnute count on ofl hunt*** .:
: club member, for the benefit gates, flapgates, check dams, and all hoi I went hunting Saturday and yelped up six hunt- ';
STOP IN TODAYDRIVE of the club as well as of the small croup, representing tan. two hoc*, elghtpoint buck and a domlnckw I

WTH PLEASURE at the Deane Duff
conducted the business session, flagpoleIn If want to hear hunting "stor. i
City Park and at the Veter you more i
PURE OIL assisted by Helen Mayer, West
Palm Beach assistant director. Cemetery ans' flagpole Wednesday in Rldgelawn morning Gator CulvertLantana iea" join your friends at the GLADES .' I t tforShelby's
Const Sugorlcmd Highway and_Francisco Strt tondMacMcaeuand.oiwttes Attending from the Oewis- in commemoration of Veterans' '
ton club were Mr. Baud Mrs. I
3.& Phone YU 2-9421 Ruth Beardsley district chap Day delicious variety of 97c. ,f
Frank Veitre, commander of
plain, Mia Marjorie Daughtrey,
Miss Hlldegard Knot, Mrs. the the American speaker. Mrs.Legion Dave Post Stockman was Florida 582-2558 or 582-5924 specials, beat coffee on U S. 27 or home; /' ,
Catherine\ Brown district treasurer
and Miss Patricia Ann representing, the "ODAuxtll.I'7 made pies j
placed a memorial :
Powers. Sales agent-Art Hillbrath 832-8505 i
wreath of red poppies .at the ,
base of the flagpole :

I'I I :give every Spick uniforms'' There was only a small at .. 1.1,

2nd gallon FREE for homecomingThe r$ "" / / / / .
:&. .IIIa' I -- .. \:

when buy Clewlston High School
you Sugarland Band will be outfitted \
In \their new uniforms for

'MARY CARTER night I the ing"first while football time presenting at game the "homecom.their tomorrow sec I. THRIFTY DRUG STORES'VALUABLE II

ond annual "sugar show" for 1
the fans.
PAINTS The new uniforms, In brilliant 1II
blue and white with gold trim, :'
feature a high collar and white SAVE TWO WAYS ON HOUSE
coat with dark blue trousers A -- ml
tAl Fuller's gold stripe on the trousers and COUPON t I HOLD NECESSITIES AND CHRIST. 1
COUNTRY STORE a tasteful gold trim on \the coat 'I '
give the uniform the final touch ,\
Complete! line of paints and supplies.Over game The band show will entitled present"Sugar a pre- I I THIS COUPON GOOD FOR II I MAS GIFT ITEMS. BUY NOW AT. .;:rk

1500 colors to choose from. Sweet"the in sugar which Industry the band and particularly salutes On the purchase of {jI I THRIFTY <'f fI

the US Sugar Corps Is Item or items $2.50 ar25c I 1IIt a.-"t" ..r" ',.-. ," ,
interior exterior, $4.98 gal. & up. ration for its help in the band's I ;more (food end I se e
.. 11''
F .
ems ausnwiyl current fund drive. Special numbers I excepted) at Thrifty I I /' I

EAST SUQABUUTO UIGBWATtbf own arrangement will include the of "Sugar band's I I Coupon Good Through November 49.1964 I r.a.. '!>rf.I ..;..- ......... fit" i 1

Blues", This will feature a 'en for MOTHER BRIDE .":!
." \- "* ClEWBTOPf. I w GRADUATE ..'
growing sugar cane formationby vrnHny xi I '
Lust .
\tbf/, PHONE YCken the marchers plus the familiar I 1 V $ t .' I
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\ sugar !house, all to the -------------------: 'h '
-- Chanel I I 1
- tune of "Sugartlme." Spray_ Cologne $5__ .00
The pre-game show will begin -
at 1:45Cuban: I p Faberge: ,Gift.Sets -,from k $3.25 :
f .
S Arpege Dusting Powder ';'

Market o THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Cologne ., $5.00 '' 11!

I ( ,
; I
Cologne $5.00
offers new items On purchase of Item

SERVICE I'' I I 5QcorImss&oocmore5OI( ''i:

for Latin peopleA I Uk WT I '' I' )
---- I ;
new Cuban Market, retail I Ii
grocery and market, was opened : I ft' Coupons Good Through November 28. 1964 .:and SHAVE NEEDS FOX HIM I'I'II '
A in dewlston last week by I
11 Gerardo Gonzalez and his parents J' II
Senor and Senora Pedro I' Max Factor I
Gonzalez in the E. Sugarland : '"I\ "
lAP WHEN Highland Building opposite Kelly : King's Men ,

Tractor Co. I Old Spice -I", :

product The:new(processed store offers and Cuban packaged j VALUABLE COUPON TTjrc Faberge for Men I :" '
largely In Tampa and Miami 'li -
" and others '
PURCHASE ), including many dried I U .,' many <, t ti ;
Cuban cuts of
beans, coffee
meat, and some distinctive Cuban i THIS COUPON GOOD FOR l li i

CHECK! \ ;. are English:products.welcomed speaking by the customers son, who I'"" i 4 or On items purcaw$10X10 of any or more item 1 I I I 2'ORnn PRICE OF:: i iLIMIT ll ;I'I

speaks their language well, and i iby (food and cigarettes excepted :. '
nd a the parents whose conversation I I' I ) at Thrifty Drugs. 2 I''s I''
bargain butltappentohave 1* limited to Spanish. However ) I Bottle of 100 5 Groin I''
1 is no difficulty in '
't t trading there at the store since the I Coupon*) Good Through November 28,1964 { DePree Aspirin 69c I;:

food. package are printed In I Bottle of 100 I i 1 iI

cash on hand? You can still take both The language store II open evenings until I $ $ $ $ vr A.P.C. Tablets 79c '

wage of those' 11:30, and already enjoys a Buffered Aspirin 69c ,
i heck steady trade in Cuban sandwiches I' II" '
, heckr I Shopping whaor which are made to order ]/ tag Aaaorled 49c Value Bromo Seltzer 69c

, I8 convenient keepof and are thus very fresh. ,' 2 Thrifty Tissue 29c ,
< Items noted at random la the I' SPONGES . es. 29c I
expenditures easier I store are garbanzos split peas I PRICE sow
espresso coffee, banana chips, otI SP WOODEN ao for E1ECTBIC '
( Open a PersonalizedChecking plantain chip, mango Jam, \ Bathroom .
spaghetti. Cuban cracker, I II 2 Tables with Big CLOTHES PINS .f.,. 59c '
Account guava ahem, plmlentoes. martens Assortment Toys, Shoe ShineBrush
frijoles Colorado. frijoles
Negro, Cuban bread, etc. Hallmark Cards, BAa OF 30 ,Scales % I
OBI f J With Us Today proprietor hopes his I I" III ilia
wares The will find favor In the land Cosmetics SOAP PADS .,. ..., 59c ''ri Better!** \ ,
to which h* fled three year at
la hi* native country ha I PLASTIC j
$3.98 $3.98
irst Bank Of war trained to chemical tJ1IIoo I

his nearing parent and are pharmacy.!happy to.He be and in I /2 PRICE ICE CUBE_ ,TRAYS 19c'r | $8,88 tl

dewiston. offering Cuban food Ito
Clewiston their fellow countrymen and
friend a*
to their American I

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1 i' 4 ,

Js Six THE CLEVPLSlON N1EW9 Clawson, Fla elude Bishop James W. Henleyof Nail. Mrs. Mildred Wood, Mrs. 2nd Game; 4:15: 13 carries, gained 87 yard on reil
Thursday, November 19, 1984 Altar Society Lakv.and and the Rev. Dr Alvina Whiddon and Mrs. Marie Devlla 0, Warriors 41 a kickoff and punt return, nine carries tsnM! 60 ys
Vic'or' L Rankin missionary to Clark at a meeting of the Jan- Thursday November 12; Juniors caught two passes and kickedliii downs eoosM two
Argentina and pastor of First ice Harvey Circle at the homeof and cauLyt on
Christian Science The sermon on "Thanksgiv holds partiesTwo Methodist Church In Buenos Mrs. Van Cothern. 1st Game: W
ing"-es in all Christian Science Aires, oldest Protestant churchIn It was announced at the meeting Warriors 27, Asgels 0
services-will consist of readIngs -
church services South America. that on Nov. 25 the Women' 2nd Game:
from the Bible, and also card parties were held
mission 0 Comets 20
Devils ,
Missionary Society
from the Christian Science textbook by the St Margaret's Altar Society
Thanksgiving Day services last Thurs- study book will be presented by League Standing
"Science and Health with Wednesday
''I will be held in First Church of Revival begins at Mrs. J. R. Thompson, State Mission Team Won Lost
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary day night
Christ Scientist Belle Glade Study chairman, at a covered Warrior 9 0
Baker Eddy There will also be Mrs. C. D. Hine entertained
Florida, S.E. Ave. E. at First dish supper to be servedat Comet 8 3
hymns and a period of prayer. three table of bridge at her Assembly of GodThe
St. at eleven o'clock. Visitor Sugarland Park home Wednesday < p.m. at \the church. Angels 2 7
The Golden text for the day
are welcome. night and Mrs. Luis de- Those attending the meetingwere Devils 1 8 by
Is from Psalms 22: "All the Clewiston Assembly of
One feature of tho service will ends of the world shaH remem- Aromas was high scorer. Mr*. God Is to begin revival servIces : Mesdames W. F. Nau. Monday, November 18; Midgets1st
I be a period when Individual ber and turn unto the Lord: Mary Brian won the door prize. on Tuesday evening, November Mildred Wood Van Cothern. Game: t I
Christian Scientists stand up On Thursday night card Bert Whlddon and Herbert Charger 0, Rebel 15
and all the kindreds of the nations a 17 at 7:30: p.m. John 1
'f voluntarily to express their shall worship before thee.. party was held at the home of and Faith Stalling are to be Clark. 2nd Game: Trifai

thinks to Cod In their own A related passage to be read Mr. C. A. Martinez In Sugar- featured each evening In the Tiger 13 Jets 0 ;
words. from Science and Health Includes land Park The first\ prize at services. This musical couple turkey dinnerThe Leagv Standing i
these lines: "It should be this party went to Mist Esther has traveled across America la Team We Lest
thoroughly understood that all Quesada and the second prize youth meetings. The services Ladies Willing Workers Jet I I
men have one Mind, one God to Miss Isabel Martinet The are to continue through Sunday, Band of the Church of God Tigers 5 4
CHURCH and Father, one LIfe Truth consolation prize went to Miss November 29 with two days free will serve a turkey dinner in Rebel 6 4
1 Belle Glade and Love. Mankind will become Hilda Rodriques. to attend the statewide Youth honor of Thanksgiving next Charger 3 8Wednesday
f f Rev. Richard Roscman, pastor perfect In proportion as this Cake and coffee were servedthe Fellowship\ at Lake Bonny Au- Tuesday. The dinners are sold November 11;
9:30: a.m. Sunday School fact becomes apparent, war will guests at both affairs. ditorium at Lakeland. No service for 31, and the proceed used Midget1st type jewelry to comply
10:30: a.m. Divine Worship cease and the true brotherhoodof Is planned tor either Wednesday far church purposes. Game:

I 8.00:, p.m. Wednesday Bible man will be established" (p. Methodists set or Thursday of the Anyone interested in obtaining Charger T. Jets 8 ment your dressy wardrobe.
( Thanksgiving holiday.
dais 467.9-13): ). a 31 turkey dinner next 2nd Game J'JIJ 3 '
Dec.I conferenceThe Tuesday should telephone YU Tiger '8, Rebels 0
3-3091. A delightful choice gift for that

58 Methodist churches of The Wining Worker Band
Clewiston the 10-county Sarasota district serve the benefit dinners each Tigers regain person who, "has everything.

will hold their annual check-up Churchcircles Tuesday.

I conference Dee. 1, starting at ORA WOOD CIRCLE (Continued from Fare 1)
1 a.m. at the Nokomls church.
Church The Rev. Fred L. Martin of ,h Mrs. A. H. King\ wa hostess playing most of the final quarts
DirectoryJEHOVAH'S Sarasota district superintendent to member of the First Bap the Knights finally put a The Sport Shop !
will preside at the morning tist' Ora Wood Circle Tues sustained drive together that
and afternoon cessions due to day morning when Mrs. Ralph carried them to their 18-yard
be attended by 58 and '' line where the Tiger "regulars"returned
WITNESSES ST. MARGARETS CHURCH pastor Ford led the program on Worb -
Kingdom BaH-417 W. El Paso Father Robert A. Hostler 100 lay delegate The host pastor e 1 p through Intercessory to action and stopped
R. Gabon is the Rev. John Law The Julia Head Prayer". the drive pushing the Knight
8:00: a.m. ft 7:00: p.m.-amday Circle ot the
Sunday Watchtower Study JII... Jones. First Baptist Church, meetingat Mr, *. T. L. Tanner, chairman back 11 yards tn the process.A .
4:15: pjn. 7:00 s.m.-Oafly Weekday Mass The Sarasota district, one. of the home of Mrs. T. E.: conducted the business Tiger sub fumbled and
1 Tuesday BJU Study 8.00: p.m. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday 1oIa... 12 regions In the Florida Methodist Weather Tuesday heard an interesting meeting. Ten members were Buddy Sheffler recovered for
Thursday Ministry School 7Wpjn. : Conference, number 22.- \ program "Worship, to present Refreshment. were the Ft Myere team, and they SPtClAL
JUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 200 members In> Sarasota, Manatee intercessory Prayer" presented served by the hostess. The next drove to the four, where the
Service ateetfag 1:30: p.m. 21 N. Franefeee Stow Hardee, Highland, Charlotte by Mrs. M. O. Downs with meeting will be at the home of "regulars" again were calledon

B. J. Goodrich. Minister DeSoto. Glades, Hendry, Mr. W. R. Wlmberly, Mr*. E. Mrs. Vesta Shroyer, 215 E. to stem the tide,which they
NOErnSTDE MP8IONAKT Lee and Collier counties M. Cornette. Mr*. W. R. Broad- Crescent did as Dana Intercepted a
BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 10:00:: a.m.a.m.--Bible Communion SchooJ.and Principal speaker will In- rick and Mrs. Bobby Matheny Knight pas on 'the six yard '65 FORDMustang
304 N. Francisco Street taking party. line. The Tigers failed on] a
Rev. Julian Pope Worship Service. Mre. Weather was appointed fourth down try on their own
: p.m.-communloD and
1:45: a-m.--Sunday School. Children Home chairman 14 and the Knight took over.
11-00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Worship Service.Wednesday GOD for the circle. The hostess served However a fumble put the Tigers '
4:30: p.m.-BTC. : 1 15 orange juice, pastries and back In business as Man-
1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. p.m.-BIble Study. KEEPINGBOOKS coffee to Mr*. F. i* Dunaway dy Morrell recovered a Powers
Wednesday: Mss M. O. Down Mrs Cornette. REVISED SCHEDULE bobble. The Knights had one 1300 Miss One Owner

7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. COMMUNTT1 PENTECOSTAL ON YOU Mrs. Wlmberly, Mrs. "Flag Football" more crack at coring with 32
HOLINESS CHURCH Broadrick Mrs. Matheny and Midget League seconds on the clock ai they $2,495
CHURCH OP GOD Sooth Clewiston His eternal records will ,Mr*. Etta Leiter.HiHaven. Friday, November 20th: recovered a Tiger fumble following
312 ftMth Pacific Avenue Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor reveal how you express 3:15-Rebel* vs. Tigers a pass completion.
Rev. H. M. Long 10:00 SundaySchool. your love for Him. 4:15-Jets: v*. Chargersend Coach Bundy praised the en-

10:00: a.m.-8.nd.y SchooL 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. WMUThe ( of season) tire team Including the reserves
11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evaarellstle MMDrs.OU90HVOUIIKCOM7] Women' Midget League ALL-STARS who gained valuable experiencefor \
7:30: pm.-Evening Worship. Service. of the Hi-Haven* Missionary Union Will Be Selected- next year. They made position
Wednesday Baptist Junior League mistake but their
: Wednesday: spirit
9:45: am. Sunday School Church held a regular
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:45: p.m..Prayer Servkm. monthly Saturday, November 21st: and determination wv great '65 FORD
meeting on Monday night with GALAXIE demonstrator 400
Friday: Friday: 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:30: -Devil* v. Comet The ends Dana and Pat Bal-
7:30 p.m.-Youn People's En 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Mrs. Velma Story, president 10:15-W.rr1ors: \'e. Angel dree, were recipients of praiseby mfle. Air Condltos la+l. AH power. 4-Dr. $$3 49
presiding. hardtop factory list $3.958 .....
deavor.COMMVN7R (end of season) Bundy. as was assistant ,
I The Grace of Gratitude" Scripture reading and devo Junior.
League ALLSTARSWill coach Fred Williams who has '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tau were conducted by Mrs. 61 JEEP UNIVERSAL CJ-5. One
PRESBYTERIAN Be Selected been working with them since
102 E. Ventura Avenue 6:15: p.m. Training Union H. V. Turner, Mrs. Sam Rich Owner .....,. ..... $1,29!
407 Reyal Film Avenue e the completion of the Junior ? + -T-T,,.,................ ....
Rev. Bob L. Christie 7:30: and Mrs. Story. Report
Evening Worship
p.m. "District Five .,
Henry H. Ford Minister Florida Recreation varsity program.As '
I ':U a.m.-Sunday School. given by Mrs. Ruth Jacksonand 57 CADttAP: FLEETWOOD holly
Association Bundy
Flag Football) acrossnames
.i 9.43: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00 Service. Mrs. Turner. .qqalp. Wr. .__... $ 69
I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship : a.m.-Morning "A Man of Fata" Mrs. Dora Baxter Championship" be noted the vicious Hardtop ..._ .
1:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. 6:13: p.m.-Training Union. jointed wu no- .December 5th, 1964 blocking: and tackling of Bowden -
"\ ship. 7:30 p.m.-Evening Service. 8.45: p.m. Youth. I Fellowship chairman for-for the Mission coming sandy- Clewiston'Florida the Morrell brother. FOR THE BEST BUYS IN ANY
Wednesday: Wednesday: year. Order of Events: Dana's best performance of Ida
7:30 7:09: p.m.-Officers aad Teachers 8:00 Mrs. C W. Mann was in chargeof ':00 a.m.-AMemble torPar.de career similar performance MAKE CAR NEW OR SEE
: p.m.-Choir Practice. : p.m. Wednesday the program, the topic for USED
I. Meeting. which in park behind for Sammy Lang excellent
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1.90: p.m. Midweek Prayer R.". James R. Thompson' Attending wu "Korea.were: Mesdames Youth Center (team blocking and line play by Smit-
Service. will line behind ty Fblhfll. Doug RuM Gene
331 W. Oseeela Arcane Sam RIch H. V. up High
Turner. Henry
1:45 Practice.ST. Guest Speaker
: p.m.-a.oJr School Band) Edwards, Edwin Cato Johnny
Waldron Motors
: Rev. David Denalow, Pastor Story. Floyd Royal, Harry three
\ 9-43: a m. Church School. SUPERVISED NURSERY Preston, C. W. :Mann, W. R. S.JO a.m.-Parade to Flag extra points.
Football McGee and Don
field (behind Yoder.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service Baxter W. J. Jackson and Hilton
MARTIN'S CHURCH Williams. Elementary School) Bowden gained 108 yards in
7:00: -Methodist Youth
(Episcopal) 10:00: a.m.-Opening\ Cere-
\ Fellowship.CHUKCB 207 N. Pacific First gin

1e V -OF CHRIST Suaday Rev. Clark Services B. Dorman.: Vicar BAPTIST CHURCH Janice Harvey circle, (Final) will be Saturday afternoon -

JOt Sonlk Central Avenne VENTURA AT CENTRAL A program on"WorahIp I November 10, 1984; Junior1st
7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist
J. J. Sullivan, Minister Bob L Christie. Pastor Through Intercessory Prayer Game: 3:13:
'" ', Sunday 10:30: si.m.-Family Service and was presented by Mrs. W. F. Comets 30, Angels 8
/ 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Church School.
11:00 Saints and Holy Days as announced.
: a.m.-Worship.
t' 7.00 p.m.-Worship. l.
Wednesday: Confessions by, appointment i

7:30: p.m.-Midweek devotion

: and Bible Study. i :

Sratb. ClewtatoB 9:45:: a.m.-Sunday School.:
Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 11:00: ajn. Worship Service.

10:00: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:00: pm.-Baptist'Training .y
11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Union. .. .solo: ii sow Mwla
Tuesday: 3:00: p.m.-Worship ServiM. arM

7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday
Friday: 3.00: p.nx-Brotherhood. .

7:30: p.m.-Young People's Wednesdays ;

t Meeting.- Thursday 7:30 p.m.:-Hour of Prayer. announces the dining ill

3:00: p.m.-choIr Practice. ) :

729Rev. _

9:45j: .a.m.-Sunday School. GOD room will be open itt
It 11:00: } a.m.-Morning Worship. 215 Sovth Franofeee StreetJamea ,
<::4S'p.m., -Training Union. F. Klmbrel Pastor
i 1:00 p.m.-Evening: WanIUp.i .
I :
i Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
1:00: p.ttu-Prayer Meeting. :
) 11:90 a.m.-Morning Worship.
11:00: a.tn.CTitV1reiii Church.
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service Thanksgivingu CLASS LEADER

,I : Hooker Point 7:45: p.n .-Carlsfs Ambassad
Paul Strickland, Pastor ore 'u 'N\7)1\ ) S ARLAHEA TING.

10:00: ajn.-'Sunday School Thursday: .
I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible_ ..' ... "

Wednesday Study. ...* "*, : ; it5t.t : 1 \ Y
I & ,
7:00: p.m.-Prlyar Meeting. Friday: : \

Saturday: 4:00 p.m.-Royal Rangers tot -*
7:00: p.nu Youth Meeting. Bays a The y
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development is themeJ ---- q tendance at t the services, which student 25 Junior high student dewlston. Florida THE CLEWISTQN NEWS Pap?
canal took place at 11 o'clock the *. and SO senior high students Thursday, November 18. IBM
hour of the Armistice of World Scott said.

district meeting I War I.Kiwanis. The senior Ugh band I Is satisfactorily .
| rBpW equipped with Instruments sufficient for:the yearly operation its annual appeal for ChristmasSeal

was at work and at play wa club heeds though we do needto funds to. help support the
reypment stressed in tL.* workshop set- replace the uniforms that a e n e Edwards, program Mobile X-Ray free service and
forsewing '
program originally purchased eight chairman November introduced make it possible to bring this
ollbe were for -
I ion and a Miami drew decignet band fund plea .
of Despite the need the unit to the county more often.Anna
years ago. : speaker.
number of
1IIct a aft-
Women's1gended for the senior Mae Jones, chairman: of
for uniforms
82 manse er business" clothes for drew Five member of the Sugar the Christmas Seal Campaign,
by band, the older students and
"Working land Band provided a lively
sunday.mber. and ply women said "This Is
: our once a year
strive to be of Dixieland for their parents are contributing TB on increasein
vero won should ai attractivefor program jazz 90 cent of the work to appeal to :you. Assist this worthwhile '
husbands and children Klwanlan November 11th asa per
e fe their : drive with your donations
*.club the percenta,. as for their business asso prelude to dewtston Band raise fund for younger continued. i Remember that BO gift Is :
i/ tile Jarle5t their prea1- eia'tel". the designer said Week. Band director Jack Scott program Scott Hendry CountyThe too small or too large and that '' ':
and then told members of the TheBand Association: has
moms Zauel reifl Betty Jane Stott, state rem projected all support Is greatly appreciated. .
arrlet launched drive to raise 110,-
plan to provide musical a ." ,
Beach ording secretary of BPW, spoke prevalence of tuberculosisIn :
gift from Vero instruction to student of Clew- 000 and the United l States Sugar Hendry County Is four times
Personal Development,
on talon Public.Schools. The Quo, Corporation haa generouslyagreed
higher than the national aver-
lecogaltlon.Aptearance No
more "Hayseeds"It'
.. both and explained what the BPW after the meeting, contributed to match dollar for dol- age. Thirteen active cases have
"j i t s r 1150 to the Band Fund. lar all funds: donated to the been found In the county In recent time t t/:plow under for .
"We hope' to provide the opportunity band and two Jocose for each: weeks. keep: the tatted<< Image of the
r. "" dollar earned by band members -
'off : i for musical Instruction odd about town. This was announced: by the "hay: /eed farmer". A truer Image
doing Jobs
for student from the tint To data the combined. funds to Tuberculosis and Respiratory I* that of'a tough-minded

Tune."tjpsFREE' l-' .......--.... aid.through Presently twelfth SO grades'student Scott aN tal approximately 19,400 Disease Association In making business. ,executive with brain.
receiving Instruction before The band director concluded t
COMPETma!) WITH US colleges and nnlrmltles tree II school )hours, with' a similar by stressing that the fund drive
tatei. the Florida State UalTerstty Debate. Term came home was not to be an annual event,
number after school becauseof I
with fine place from the reachtree Invitational Debate. Tenra- but a onetime project to provide '
the shortage of musical: .Instruments. musical Instruments :
badly needed
ascot held the put weekend at Emory Unlnnlty, AUaata.TiklBf 1
,.; first place In the afflrmaUTe dlrislon and third place The band program and, uniforms We II I ,
In the necitlve dUbkra. Florida State was awarded tint 1s currently providing for instruction ,, have a annual budget of approximately I

will 'provide the, labor free place fat the tonraament ea the basis. ef total pelnU reeelved. for 30. elementary 13.000 which is I
YES, we Tie TSV actattve team was cempoied two freshmen BPI
,ti 1
two weeks for all Leap and Hike RESTAURANT '
for the next : Rlpplntlll (both ef TaHahaaee)H who had
[charge ever before entered a college debate toonamrat BoUHar \.'

ne-up ,aWe the trophlea won are, left to right Xlppbulll. Leap, Mae Open 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. ".;; : I
Elaine Napier ef Sparta, Oa.. sad Prettoa MeOee of dewta- '
have a complete line of parts in- tee Florida. McGee and Mb Napier aba ww.Indlvldaalawarda Sugarland Hwy. Clewitton ':

spark pugs:. condensors, for superior apeaklnf. j
Ling ,
points '' .
.' 1' : i
lab 17 years experience ,serving South club had meant to her since Memorial rite corrugated metal and aluminum HUNTING HEADQUARTERS' : :.;<: j I
provide 'with quality the Joined tt at the age of 18year
you "
florid to culvert flashboard risers head- r. .
pipe '
She emphasized the Importance :, ,
worimansrop.STOPINTODAYDRIVE. at younger women as honor. veterans w.,. keeping on up-Vrtne-mlnute count OB oB hunters ;

club member, for the benefit A small gates, flapgates, check dams, and all shot I want hunting Saturday and Tlpd up six hunt 1
of the club: ai well u of the group representingthe toss two hogs, elghtpofat buck and a domlnecke : .'
i individual member. Mi*. lion veterans' organizations, conducted drainage products call: chicken (no turkey). "t. !,'
I h vrm pLEASURFTfOMORROW? Nash Belle Glade, director, : brief memorial ceremonies :
at the Dean Duff flagpole
conducted the business cation, In City Park and at the Veterans If you want to hear more hunting ".torie / .
'CHUCKV PURE OIL assisted by Helen Moyer, West flagpole In RidgelawnCemetery ',
Palm Beach assistant director. Wednesday. morningIn Gator Culvert join your friend at the GLADES *
j Cons'Suaorlond: Hlghwar and,Francisco: Street: Attending from the Oewi- commemoration of Veteran. '

|fci and Mac McClelland"own.n Phone YU 2-9421 ton Ruth club: Beardsley were Mr., district. Zauel,chap-Mrs. Day.Frank Veltr, commander of for Shelby' delicious variety of 97c r

plain MiN Marjorie Daughtrey.MlM r
Hildegard Knof, Mrs. the the American speaker. Mr Legion*. Dave Post Stockman was- Lantana, Florida 582-2558 or 582-5924 specials, best coffee on U. S. 27 or homemade '' .,. / ,
Catherine Brown district tresstaxer '
... .. ". and Miss Patricia Ann Auxiliary representing, placed a the memorial Legion pies. d; ,, / I
,- Powers Sales agent-Art Hillbrath 832.8505
wreath of red poppies at the ,
----TONY J yyy f''I'
base of the flagpole.
I uniforms'' There was only a small at I I'I ,\ 4
:give every: Spick ..,. -, '

2nd gallon JI FREE for homecomingThe < /% ,/ _. 4r "" Im '-:$ \'"" .:" .

when you buy Sugarland Clewlston Band will High be School outfitted ,' ",''.':'.:'

in their new uniforms for :
the first time at the "homecom J.' r
MARY CARTER ing" football! game tomorrow THRIFTY DRUG STORES'VALUABLE \
night while presenting their second ,
annual "sugar show" for ..
the fans. :'
The new uniforms, in brilliant
PAINTS blue and white with gold trim, '. :,'

.feature a high collar and white SAVE TWO WAYS ON HOUSE. ,
coat with dark blue !trousers. A -- S I
gold stripe on the trousers and I COUPON i;.
atAIFuller's COUNTRY STORE a tasteful gold !trim on the coat I I HOLD NECESSITIES AND CHRISTMAS .

give The the band uniform will the present final a touch.pre- I THIS COUPON GOOD FOR I GIFT ITEMS. BUY NOW AT. ," .
I Complete line of paints and supplies.Over game show entitled "Sugar
Sweet" In which the band salutes On the purchase of THRIFTY PRICES .
1500 colors to choose from. the sugar Industry and particularly .
Item or IMms $250 or .'
\ the U.S. Sugar Corporation A .
interior & for its help in the band's I ;more (food and cigarettes c I .< '" I
$4.98 gal. up. ,/ .J :r ,
: current fund drive. Special number ( ezcepted) at Thrifty!! Drugs } i '
m avows ... ;
Include c
s fj
W. EAST SUOAKLAND HIGHWAY own arrangement of "Sugar I Coupons Good Through> November 28.1964BsaYiUlfJiHgO I

\ // CLEWBTOX. FLOsUDA Blues"growing, This sugar will cane feature formationby a for, MOTHER, BRIDE,:GRADUATE : ;;\

Tj PHONE TVksH 1.2281uw the marchers, plus the familiar "
\ sugar house, all to the I I- Chanel }
tune of "Sugartime" Spray Cologne ," $5.00
The pre-game show will begin

at '7:45.Cuban: e f Faberge: "Gift .Setsr.from .- $3.25 :'\,

S i Arpege Dusting Powder ; ;-i'
K.4fnF1 Market
I' THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Cologne .,. . . $5.00 ,", :-.a'I

CHECKING ACCOUNTSERVICE offers new items ; I On purchase of any Item t Canoe Cologne . . . $5.00 '! u"i r

for Latin peopleA ::: i ftj 50c(or food items and at $500 Thrifty cigarettes( or Drugs.more excepted -5 0 W( n"". ." "' v. I .. .l//1, ",',.:Lftj

Cuban Market, retail i
new '
grocery and market, was opened I Coupon Good Through November; 28 1964 : rind: SHAVE..NEEDS fOR HIM : {
OPPING/S A In Clewlston last week by -
41 Gerardo Gonzalez and his par" I '.
eats, Senor and Senora Pedro I.II __I Max Factor ,:'rKing's "
Gonzalez. In the E. Sugarland '
Highland Building opposite Kelly Men ::;

WHEN Tractor Co. I Old Spice .
offers Cuban II
The new store and packaged : Faberge for Men :
products (processed VALUABLE COUPON 77L' I "
largely in Tampa and Mfc '
and "
' others
au -- .
PURCHASE soot), Including many dried I many \
cuts of I -
beans, coffee.: 1 .
meat, and some distinctive Cubi i I THIS COUPON GOOD FOR :

KUCKI Y sn English product speaking. customers I'I I On purcasa of any Item I JfA 2.OR THE OF 1 1LIMIT ll ;

are welcomed by the son, who = or Items $10.00 or more $1 j :
speaks their language well, and. i I (food and cigarettes ex ,,

fOUnd''a by the parent whose conversation lbw'ever. j'I I cepted) at Thrifty Drugs. I 2 .
to Spanish
bargain but'thaPpen Is limited I Bottle of 100 S Groin ',
there i* no difficulty j Coupons Good Through November 28, 1964 DePree 4t,
to have = I trading st the store since ,the I (ft Aspirin 69c.l
food package are printed in t I Bottle of 100A.P.C. J o

* cash on hand? You can still take both languages.The store is open. evenings lIDo 1----N-- 4 Tablets 79c filii :t" i iI

wage of those 8 vings' by writingcheck tfl u:30, snd alresdy enjoy nd-a Buffered Aspirin 69c l
trade In Cuban ** j I
. Shopping with your check- CrfcbeV steady which are made to order j 'S |/ Bo? Asserted 49c Value Bromo Seltzer ., 69c II" I

l'k 80 convenient makes keep-" Items and noted are thus st random very frees In the || 72 SPONGES t' . ... '29c Thrifty Tissue .. 29c :I :. I
of '
.. 1 PRICE :
expenditures easier! store are f arbsnzo split pe. I :
espresso coffee banana chips, .IlIi! STRING. WOODEN 00 fOC ELECTRIC Bathroom '
mangojam, ? m .
chip *
Open Personalized plantain with Big
a '1 2 Tables
Cuban crsckers. CLOTHESPINS 59c
spsghetti. ( I ".,. "
I guava shell, plmlentoe mar- ] Assortment Toy, .Shoe Shine
Checking Account Colorado, frijole'Nell'Ol. |
sees, frijol* Ii
Cuban bread, etc. | Hallmark Cards, BAs or 30 Brush Scales

autrttft With U. Today ware The' wW proprietor find favor hope In the land hit Ito I Cosmetics SOAP PADS .,I... -..., 59c With Batteries s 16iat I ; I
he fled three y sw |

first wat toetoed In his native In chemical country.ad be | ICE $3*98 $3.98 '-t+:
Bank OfClewiston I ( i.1
nearing and are pharm.er.h'PPY to U.be and in | /i PRICE CUBE.TRAYS 19c, $8.88
lda parents
a-ittOD, offering Cuban :nod I Ito
UieJr fellow countrymen and.
to their Amerlcsn friends |
well. w1, .. 1Ow..ivora+.l..1i1n11al1JlWo.. -- ,.. .'--- .

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to the Complaint on the Plaintiff Moore, Haven Florida, en Wed
THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Florid attorney whom name and neaday December I, 1M4 at total
; i. Cancer group address are annexed below, and clock In the morning;
',' Enters
Ie 111"I r'
Thursday, November \ t, ; I tile the original answer or pleadIng Standard Time, for the
.. .' ., la the office of the Clerk of poe off pur
I' : : the Circuit Court la and for 1. Electing one (Supervisor' for Ship Best
; plans activitiesPreparation Hendry County, LaBelle Floridaon I the term of three (1) yearV W
or before the IOth day: of November 1. Electing one lupenlaor'
f Uncle Joe's modern fish camp It... It you tall to do till the nnexplred term of
I l "fl,1iC, ;. ,i., 1 for a continuing eo a Decree Pro Conftaio will Mr Frank B. Conkllng.
'ff. be taken ag-alnit you for the relief I. Receiving annual report REAFREE
program of cancer education Is demanded 'In the Complaint and taking ouch action with
resulted from lost being made in Clewiston by a DONE and ORDERED In Lamella r. peot thereto a* the land.
a group organized as the Eastern ,, 1X4 Florida, this II day of October /. Tranaaotlng owner may a determine n o h other Pied
I llendry County Unit of the DOROTHY MOORE CLARK: buelnees may
Road 720 leads north the trees and gave some of the American Cancer Society With Clerk Circuit. Court come, before the meeting properly; and
from U. S. 27 through treat history of the place-a place Woody Carruthers as president. Hendry County, Florida Board of 8up.rrl.ori Tot DELIVH
; By Christian Pratt DI.ton lal..d
fields of sugar cane, full grown that came into being as a resultof other officers were named Deputy Clerk DI.trletII Dralo...

at this time of year as they a business backlash. Thursday night. They are Miss (Circuit Court Seal Clarence W. Knooht Phone YU 2-
civic Chance H. Miner, Jr. PrNI4t1D'
the wish of the machete. Richard is a prominent
Evelyn Lee secretary and Mrs. Day, Campbell and Miner CN'-aU
Follow that road for four leader in these parts being Walker F Nail, treasurer.Mr Attorney for Plaintiff Nov II, U. 1111
miles and you come to Uncle president of the Glades County P. O Box TIS
and Mrs. W. F. Nail and State Farm insurance, Bids
Joe'i Fish Camp, tucked In behind Chamber of Commerce and
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King were Clewleton, Florida I
the first aectlon of levee chairman of the Glades County CN-Sit
added to the board of directors. Oct a,. NOT. I, 11, IS, 1114
to be bunt against the water Board of Public Instruction. He .
Mrs. James P. Legg, field
of Lake Okeechobee. serves on the Okeechobee Waterways ATTENTION *
the Society,
representative of
Not many years ago the road, Committee of the Cham .1LiIi.E showed film Life Story, a true TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
built as an access road by the ber, is co-chairman of the Trl- i case of cancer cured because it TOil are hereby notified that Farmers Cane Growers
U. S. Sugar Corporation, was County Recreation Committee the following motor vehicle Rant
and treated In time.
was caught lies Pickup 1 To.,
a bit on the primitive side, but (Hendry Glades and Lee), a Mrs. Legg presented a plaqueto Serial Dodge No. 11S1-1TSIIT LOOK TO THE FUTURE
Uncle Joe Griffin and his sons, member of the sportsmen's in !- will be sold at public sale at AND
Frank Veltre recognition
E. 11 o'clock of the 10th day of November WISELY
Richard and Sammy, transformed Committee of the Qewlston PLAN
of his work In furtheringthe 19. at Beck Motor. S4IB YOUR
It Into solid thoroughfare Chamber of Commerce and an
a Cancer Society PI'OI1'.m.tor guitar land Hlway, Clevlaton FINANCING
three feet above the nat organizer of the Moore ]lavenQu.rterb.ck Florida '
1&fal1eve1 of the land. Club which helps L several! years, and certificatesof The proceed of the ale will ft. Lew Vest Firm Jfertgare.-.
appreciation to the Rotary be applied first to the payment'' FEDERAL LAND
Just before turning toward the support the Ugh school football et the eoete ot retaking. storing BANK LOAN
top of the dike, the road runs team. RICHARD GRIFFIN and helper, Prince WHIUm. attach Club, to W. P. Jernlgan and to and sole of paid motor vehicle WIll rani cask xeBeOaaiee
Bint to of the beats at Uncle Joe's FUh. the ClewUton News for their as and the coat of publication of notice debt .
by the trim village that is the From 1934 to 1948 Uncle Joe a MM Camp. LlfhU sistance.The of sale and then to the gatlifactlen .
fish camp, complete with cabins -' Griffin operated a fish business are ow mandatory, both fare and aft for traveUmf la these discussed fund of the balance due-under Flnaaea ,... iMpreremtaU.fa .'" bntljn

a sort of general store, In dewiston that ranked secondto bats at nliM. the photo was made at the edge ef Okeecfao- and education group drive, education a HEl.tJN the contract JEAN with HALflBLU' P. chase wW aaebtaes sad. Iuta1I hrt1e6e! !
.mall restaurant. citrus grove, agriculture in economic importance bee.- TAFF" .PHOTO. a BOX 7IU. CLEWISTON, A.dst wefcaM we a fang gruv.
school and K
features for : use, ha4.
flower beds, banana trees, boats in the area. The Clew- FLORIDAcovering ...... aver lead. '
formed a local group to sew the financing of said. ......,. .
and a tackle shop. iston Fish Company employed; motor vehicle. Any surplus will eapttal fiattta, far the lara
Uncle Joe Grlffln still serves 52 professional fishermen to The average weekly .shipment necessary to. use "weedl..." cancer. bandages.AT&T be paid to you. and .you will remain Star A LAND BANK' LOAM ayrthe.
as a guide at the camp when seine, trap and troutline the lake during ,Lent ran to'' 200,000- ]l baits, such as the Johnson spoon liable fop any balance ranmeioing HAS ALL 1HXUI' ADVANTAGES.

he Is not occupied with a couple waters for catfish, bream, crappie pounds. and artificial worms, rather microwave tract unpaid under said coa-- L Lower 5q.e.Is.

i citrus groves he operates in and turtle. The men lived in Then In 1964 a state law halted than those that get snarled COMMERCIAL CREDIT. J. League terau
: other areas, but his .two sons bland camps or houseboats and 'the selling of fresh water The good fishing time Is coming system explained CORPORATION Byi J. C. Watkins I.. DependableVaapvfoe. (a.n..g .rrIn1tsrt
now have assumed the male they hauled In seafood for the fI.h.ud the Clewiston Fish up, he says. Bas move into Dlitflct" Manager .... '1117).

burden.: big markets; of the Northeastand Company was out of business. the edges of the lake to spawn Lonnie Macon, representativeof No"CN-IU 10. 1154 .. FIll gvepayMeat rrMUf wining.

Richard sat at one of the cement Midwest including New Uncle Joe had fishing In his about the middle of Novemberand the American Telephone and .. ..... Mrrto >F ..... pe...tofuUUri JIaIIt.J..
plcnft tables set under York's great Fulton Market blood, end besides he knew continue to follow this die Telegraph Company, was speaker NoncB or ANNUAL' MErlINO: ....... k ...
Lake Okeechobee likethe backof
tate of nature through March. at the Lions Club meeting Or LANDOWHRRI' or DIITO U we ear be II I4Ift1M M me. please wrtte
his hand. He dclded..that if At other' time these fish wander ISLAND DRAINAOH DISTRICTNotice et
Thursday', and described the : I W. la MAT. Mgr*er DOTUC E. ABBOTT
the lake was to be reserved for around In the hereby given that, Ant tip.
pepper grasiand use of the series of microwave call of the Beard ef
sportsmen he would Join the are more difficult to hook. relay stations which AT&T has Snrauant of Dliton Island Federal
sportsmen and thereupon established Drainage Dlitrlct and In accordance Land'Bank Associatio
Griffin, a tall outdoor type, recently installed through the with Chapter III Flor. .
his site at Liberty.
camp spent one year at the;University center of the state to connect ida Statute, 1141 and Law
LOANS Point, so named because the of Florida where he was a Miami with other..reei via a meeting Amendatory of Landowners thereto the ef annual Die- of Bradenton
original tract had been purchased .'
promising mile runner before Polk City center. ton Island Drainage Dlitrlct tort I '
with Liberty Bonds.The I illness truck him down.He was The speaker said four men year IIS4, will be held In the FHONE 'CUII1 BUDDToIf,
Courtroom of the
Courthcnie of
camp comprised no more
In a hospital for 18 months and with families being movedto Glades
are County, la the City of
than a string of boats at first,
while there met the girl who Clewiston. which win be
but as patrons found their way was to be his bride. They have headquarters for the maintenance
there the ,camp grew' Into one
Iwo children, work on six of these stations
'of the most modern in the entire
lake section.: Richard ..ndSammJ' There is one thing that bothers which are approximately |
him a little. He says that 15 to 20 miles apart The wortis

., .AS SMALL AS YOU WANT when not spent hi school their time and' gradually there many people from this area highly skilled and the equipment iAKERITE 3 59WEBBS

grew into the operation drive by the camp but only a is Intricate and delicate, ".
few in for visit He he said
,. .AS BIG AS YOU NEEDV1 which they now run. come a
Richard Griffin's considered would like people ,to .tome in At the meeting Robert Kelly*
and see the place perhaps conducted the Initiation of Lou
opinion U that the so-called
At AC..you get the same avid fisherman is not is knowledgeable pluck an orange from the grove Tydlngs a new member President ROSEDAIE No.
out back.'Former. Greg Esser conducted the

I good service, whether you want a sizable sport as he in thinks the ways he is.of Many the meeting Larry and Welch extended, Don welcomesto Stanley, RICE _ 5 Ibse 69c PEACHES 2 cans 5

have to be taught to cast properly
loan or Just a few" Clewiston Wm. Carlson and Bob Jakola
he says, use the wrong and Lonnle Macon. BORDENS SILVER COW GIANT
kind of equipment and don'tknow
"shopping dollars." where to look for the fish MILK 3 49c TIDE 6
Fishing in Lake Okeechobee pastor injuredFather : cans _ .

is different from fishing in the

waters of ,the north he points Timothy Geary, former BATHROOM INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE $

out. Most northern fishing areas of St. ...
pastor Margaret'sCatholic TISSUE 10for 79c
have deep water, unlike the Church, was seriouslyhurt _
\ lake here where the fish usual. in an automobile accident NOTICE
: CONVENIENT TERMS ly are found in ,depths of from.' in West Palm Beachlast Fri. lonon,The.Board will receive ef County ealed Commit-bid PALM RIVER VIENNA GRADE A LARGE

I 18 Inches to four feet. The lake day. He was reported.&to be In until 10-00: am.. December S, 114 ,
has considerable in the for surface treatment of 014mllM'and SAUSAGE 4 45c EGGS doz. 4
grass "fair" condition in St. Mary's ale Not of extension" cans _, _
best fishing areas and It Is hospital. of H-131 located near Hooker

lOANS DP TO $800 According to Deputy Sheriff Point Detailed at Clewliton.ipcolfloatlon Florida on file FLAG-ROLL SAUSAGE ALL MEAT BOLOGNAAND

(:;'.j .('. FINANCE: Frank M. Kasten, the car in Court In the In office LaBolle of Clerk Florida.of Circuit AND SUGAR CREEK: SPICEDWIENERS
which the priest was riding was The Board roeervee the right
CORPORATION EDWARDS driven by Stephen A. Dam- to react any and all bid., and 3 pkgs! $1.00 HAM Ib. 4
AMOUNT 'MINU pot brauska2. a member of St. to beet award Interest the of contract Hendrr County.to the I! _ .

YOU Cif 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS I I MONTHS 12 MONTHS Numbing Repair Luke's parish where Fr. Geary HARVARD 8. PARKIN- FRESH GROUNDHamburger -

S 75.00 3 5.06 $ U7 t 7.55 Replacementl.Installation. was pastor. Kasten said that CN-II BON, Cbalrman FIRST CUTPork

,, 160.00 $ 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 Dambrauska failed to stop at Nov, II, Dee I, 11(41W 2lbs. Ib.
425.00 24.16 21.35 30.69 42.50 ., Forest Hill Boulevard while 990 Chops .. j
Trouble Shooting headed n o r t h on Plnehurst THH CIRCUIT COURT OS"THU
I 600.00 34.39 39.34 42.66 59.35
Road. The car ran off the dead TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIH-.
CLIWISTON "Septic Tank A end road and hit a sandbank, cur FOR or IIIDNORCOUNTY FLORIDA 14 AND

1 311 EostSt.t.Hlphw.ye Tebphoeeyukon23411 Specialty"Call Kasten laid. Damage, to the JEAN!.BRAMTLBT C ....... N. laM Picnic Hams/ 39

I ---BUU GLADE YU 2-6711 car was estimated at $250. DAVIDSON,

'I' w...A",,_"A" .. ... ...., TsbphonMM277 325 E. Ventura Fr. Geary, 58. left the Clew- ". Plaintiff I
Iston pastorate in 1944.ff .1 JACK: W .DAVIDSON. JR. TENDER
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Coy Wleco'ialn Battalion, Camp Mc .

Tou _re hereby notified thata
Complaint for Divorce. baa
been filed against you and you
are required to erve a copy ef
Jour answer or other pleading

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at 130 p m lj part of Operation dewlston Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Nine L

Cane discussionin DARE 'Developing Agricultural Thursday, November 19, 1964
K('sources; Effectively) Initiated .
by the agricultural dlvl-

IDS Pahokee todayThe Florida.alone of the University of ecutive D. W.vice Beardsley president will act as Thanksgiving: birdThe

Among those who will particI- moderator of a panel which will Thanksgiving turkey may
FOR SALE-bedroom development of a comprehensive pate in the program are D. W. discuss problems In sugar prod cost a little less than it did last
cement FOR program for the future uction. The
RENT others named above
BATES: >roar block home. 609 2-bedroom trekFOR Beardsley grower member of year.
!FlED Trinidad Inquire of the sugar cane Industry will will be this
era. 10 on panel.
1 word 70Iii at Ehrlich Mobile Home wide furnished. be the Glades County Sugar Grow.era The Florida Agricultural Ex-
lour Call discussed today at a meetIng -
per nJnImum charge: !Do Court tic YU 3-1831. Uc of growers and agricultural Coop of Moore Haven; J W. W. McPherson agricultu tendon Service reports that supplies .
\ the price of tIIne. RENT W. Beardsley, Clewiston cane nil economist at the University of the big birds are about
experts at Elks dub build-
1-bedroom the
brbr FOR SALE fur of Florida will talk trends In
2-bedroom house DIshed house. grower; and three U.S. Sugar on six percent above last ;year -
31201tajp01 with Fla. Call YU Will WANTED 5 more accordion leg In Pahokee. All growers are sugar consumption prices,
pHONE yUkOll Room carport, after!' 5:30: Corporation Officials W. C. which means that the price
screen porch aluminum awn. p.m. Dec3c students to fill a Saturday invited to attend and take part Prewitt, vice president, produc- world production, sugarcane and should be down-at least a little
wbole suns Ifte4 I legs Fenced back yard. Low FOR RENT-Occupancy In one schedule Holdrldge Music YU la the discussion. tion, F. C. Slkei, vice president, beet production and competitive from what you paid last

,w' III the oIa MON down payment 533 W. Alverdez week 3-bedroom brick homeon 2-1781. Novl9o The meeting, which will start personnel and John B Boy, ex- relations. November. '
ep two palMI Arc., YU 3-2741. West
plek heatre DecJc Alverder. Mrs. Beryl PERSON WANTED: to serve
M JbIe) crr.&el Bowden Phone YU 3-1201 days consumers In Hendry or Palm
eIIImeafs .W New'umv FOR SALE Three bedroom YU 2-5471

..1.fIIe.lre.far began Passes We4M most be costs.house.Total 1300 price down 5000.no closing W. D. FOR RENT-5-room evenings. furnished Dec3c products.Beach counties Steady with good Rawlelgh eamDIs'ar FOR SALE Harlem Community NewsMRS. III f I

?pet King tic house. Call YU 2-1238. tic around. No capital required
J0.lIANl. Write Rawlelgh, FCJ All alamiaana Florid roots
FOR SALE-2-bedroom house. FOR RENT-2-bedroom trailer 600 11, Memphis Tenn. ltp aDd screen room with S I bedroom JAMIE: 8, GAJADHA Colored News Editor Phone YU S-7991 II i
tt block from elementary with large room added. Call trailer attacked

school. Shown by appointment YU 2-3252. Uc BABY Mary SITTING Watton. IN Phone MY HOME.YU 2- Oeonpaacy late November Note hem the Palm Beach ed many useful and beautiful 5:15: p.m. All auxiliaries I t,

liAtt6iA tfDR SAI.l only Phone YU 4371. DeclOc E. B. BETHEA. SR. 1842. DeclOo COMTLBTLT er early December FURNISHED Glade and Hendry CHDCouol1 gifts and each guest received will meet at the church to ,-

FOR SALE OR RENT3bedroom a favor. complete plant for the use.elation "
FOR RENT-Small house. FUN Contact A special meeting of the Assisting the mother, Mrs. '
THAN cement block
GREATER: Clewiston. Call Belle Glade house 998666S in DIshed or unfurnished, $33 ANNOUNCEMENTS I f I MISC r GREG ESSER Council and District was held Betty Dixon with the servingand Tuesday 8:30 p.m. _Youta '.
acreage -
IVER for houses, for information. per month See Mrs Sloan 433 Saturday Nov. 14. 1IIS. at supervising were Mrs. My- Choir and Ushers Rehearsal ,t i
ashes' w. have customera0pllg E. Trinidad or call H. P. John. YU 3-2921 Daniels Elementary! School. La- nice Dixon and Mrs. Ora Rob ':10 Junior Missionary Society t) I
LIst lout pl'qertJ w1tb SOB. BLUM & SONS PLASTERIJfa.: It inson. 1
!! t tfc Belle. Fla. At this meeting ; meets' I
s I. Eo Bear&1e Ph. YtJHI. Jtit Very Best Work- was announced that the State Happy 'Birthday for Vemell 7:00 Senior Circle No.2'.J
We Save You Money Convention will be held In and Rhonda White. They celebrated will meetWednesday .,.
bedroom house. MOBILE HOMES FOI SALE Plastering Simulated Stone Daytona. their aatal Day with a ; 7 p.m. No. 1 .
rot ALt-2 Crawford. YU M031. I Stucco-Free Estimate If interested .,, The National P.T.A. Convention party at the home of their Godmother Choir and No. 1 Usher Board
L a FOR RENT 1-bedroom house Licensed and Insured ",
tic will be held In Miami. Mrs. Julia Sales, on meets
furnished. 160 per month. Call FOR SALE OR RENT-10'x43' 3850 Lore Street la on* of the beat The next council meeting will Thursday; afternoon. Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer ,,' :
si-FWr LOTS ON LAKEIJDNE. YU MOM. tfc two bedroom house trailer. Fort Myers, Fla. tic be held the first Saturday In Those present to help them meeting and Bible study

for s.k.rso each. FOR RENT Pleasant room, Call YU 3-2761. tic ED 74171 or OX 4-2874 1 masonry residences December at the Lincoln High celebrate was Little Brenda Friday 7 p.m. ._ No. 3 k

ferns 1/3 down. Phone ,Lake kitchen privileges, lady only. FOR SALE U'wldo Titan SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom .a Borthslde school West Palm Beach. The' Peterson' Patricha Davis. Carolyn Choir and No. 2 Ushers meet ,. I
PIdd! HO 54613. Uo Phone YU 3-2261 mornings only. Trailer. 2-bedrooms. $75.00 made. Complete line of next District: meeting will be Finder, Marlyn; Rodgers, Saturday 6 p.m. Wom I
Gifford at the Gifford Carolyn Sanders, :Melber Jene b
frame ltp down take over payments Call drapery aid slip cover fabrics planecontact) held in en', Chorus .
sALE-3-bedroom School In January.The Ganlous, Lauraette McKensey. .
Teachers' meeting
KB YU Z.064. sec Free estimate Call YU i-HSl High 7 p.m. I '
tone. 402 E. Ventura. FOR RENT-two bedroom un District: president' spoke Lynda White Debra Ann .Thought for Today
Van Cothera's Custom Furniture
10 b7191 or YU 2a0t1.Nov28c furnished house 21S W. Arcade FOR SALE 19S5 Richardson and lie on the school drop outs to our Brown Dearphlne Brown Barbara "An ounce of Keep Your Mouth ,
Can YU 2-3341 or YU 2- house trailer 37'. Call YU 21236. Upholstery. J. M. Lankford schools and how important it Ann Brown Robert Earl shut ': .

EEAL ESTATE 2801. tic sec Is to try and keep our children Brown Herman E Gainous Beats a Ton of Explanation" ,, !
In school. She also discussed Gary Roe.Hostess .
Kit-two bedroom CBS coojttuctlon. FOR RENT-one and two bedroom TRADE OR BARGAIN-repaired IQSUND I r FOUND I I ways and means of were Shirley Smith Special N.tlo-- : l f

$9,000.IOjiBSIDE2 trailers also large storm damaged mobile keeping up the interest in our and Carolyn Tea. The regular meeting of the t
: bedroom frame; shady spaces. City sewerage homes for sale. Fairgrounds FOUND-BOYS WRIST WATCH i
E.T.A. meetings. These lovely little girls are Band Parents will be held I :
'000. No pets dewlston Trailer Park. Trailer Park YU S-3044. at tennis court Claim, Identify FOR RENTAPARTMENTS After the meeting refresh the daughters of Mrs. Lade Thursday night Nov. 19. We v 4" 'i

ACREAGE: as available. YU 2-2661. tic Novl9c and pay for this ad. AL ments were served All present Lee, and Mr. J. T. White. are expecting all members .j'

|ACRES., NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 FOB KENT One bedroom FULLER'S COUNTRY STORE enjoyed fried chicken potato be present, important business : f
bath frame home. Hardwood bouse. Phone YU 24831. tic miscellaneous Sale ItcDisplay salad, lettuce and tomatoes, Education week to discuss. ., 1
loon.B fOJ I In South Bay green peas hot roll and punch. observed at school The regular' P.T.A. meetingwill ', I
rHA HOMES In Broward, FOR RENT-Furnished apart Prof and Mrs. A. A. Thomas' American Education Week be held Monday night' ,, i
Film Beach and Dade courtto ments. 824 Concordla Ave., REGISTERED CITRUS TREES BRAND NEW were among the guest was observed during the weekof Nov. 23. All officers and members :j; i
nrtous\ sizes and prices.: YU 24675. tic FOR SALE-Ready to '0. J. TWO BEDROOM Nov. 8-14. The Science Department asked to be present "'
tail cllll payment M. TomttiiMO, nul, Fla. Phone APARTMENTSEach 4'Glvlng feed the contributed to the observance a l
FOR !RENT Efficiencies andawes or RE 5-2786 tie holiday look" of American Education Church News ,
trailer for rent Fair with closet, colored tile j
ss available. Crowds Trailer space Park. Phone P R CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. bathroom with tub and shower The Ninth and Tenth Grade Week by presenting for the Ml Calvary Baptist Rev. L. y r
vacant lots to select Cause of Harlem Academy entertainment of the first graders
Ore 1,000 34044. tfc Electric guitar outfit with 10 ClassifiedsSewing linen closet, all electric M. Kitchens pastor I ,
torn lor an purposes. Various free lessons and music. $129.50. kitchen complete with refrigerator enjoyed the pleasure of sharing the Chemistry class of Harlem Sunday School 9:43: II
srtMs. Terms.INVESTMENT. FOR HENT-Trailers amid Trailer No money down. Holdrldge Mu and stove and outlet their educational experiences Academy under the most Morning Worship begins Immediately ;t
AND INCOME spaces. Royal Palm Trailer sic. No. Francisco, YU 24781. for washing machine dinIng In foods and nutrition' efficient guidance of Mrs. M. I. after Sunday ", I
PROPERTY. Park. Phone YU 2-2C03. tfc DeclOc area with pull-down fixture with members of the Harlem Black. For the entertainment School \I
Hotels living room heated. Academy faculty. of the first graders experimentswere Saturday 'the choir will attend

.CD MONTHLY RENTAL. Remit FOR RENT-3 and S room furnished CAMILO AQUIRRE Machine Turn west at Sunoco station This project: was planned to performed, made understandable the Kisslmmee Valley Association /:
CBS construction ttS.OOO.' apartment Phone 2- give the ninth and tenth grade on their Intellectuallevel.
SELLING on VS. No. 37; den on
LONG TERM low interest. 127L tfc OUT Appaloosa. Repairs property. homemaking pupils direct practice The hostess of the 11th Monday night Choir rehear- .. '
horses and K. R. Wlekhorst.
lira' cue grove and ranch ponies. in food preparation and /grade class was Francene ICing salWednesday .J I
FOR RENT two ..bedroomhouse. Phone YU 2-7803 or see SINGERSales meet cade and the Garfield (
ortjajw, minimum $50,000. Rent unfurnished apartments service for a semi-formal host night Prayer .f
SR 832 Clewiston. tic .
furnished. See Mrs. on ,
LISTINGS NEEDED 90.00 monthly. From these experiences we Williams. Each member of the meeting \
V. Fielder, Hwy west of dewIston. Service the das is to be commended +I
J. M. LANKFORD I IIe FOR SALE-20 gauge RemlngIngton hope to future improve on .. f
,. Real Estate Broker Dec3c Automatic 28" barrel Parts RentalsBrand Attractively 1140.00 furnished monthly.apartments knowledge and skills In food performing bit experiment so The Sugarland Gospel SInr't"' :i

90 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT-Modem one bed Modified. Used less than 1 year. new touch and sew ; and nutrition. well. Each experiment performed ers rendered a program at the : I
Tire' Aut. aid General room apartment Nice neig- Same new. Can see at Palm machines on display at OPEN DAILY 10 to 6 p.m. proved to be of some educational Church of Peace LaBelle, Fla. '

Insurance horhood. Can YU Motel tfc CARITHERS RADIO It TV.Glades Doable BirthdParty value to the Chemistry Sister Estefle Holmes pastor. Y'f','
1752EDecie Mr. and Mrs. Oarfleld Dlx- .students as well as the first Appearing on the program also
Onr IoD. Fla. Ph. YU 14181 Mtrchantue Co. Authorized I
STUDENT MODEL Accordionwith
Singer agent la store on honored their daughters, graders. were the AH Star Singers of FtWert
6 free lessons. $49.50. No every Saturday. Please call Elaine and Diana with a double Some of the experiments performed : Fla. After the program f
money down. Holdrldge! Music, YU :2-6441 or come la 108 birthday party, Sunday afternoon ,were; Tea Turns Light the audience marched from the '
North Francisco, YU 2-4781. Bond Street tfe NEW FRAME HOME on the lawn of their beautiful and Dark Making Lunewater, church to the home of Mother I
Business DirectoryJOHNSON DeclOc 3 bedroom home in the new subdivision The Ring Around the Bathtub Dozier for a delicious repass. ,; 1

ALL MAKES ST USED TV W baths of Harlem. Elaine 9 and the Preparation of Oxygen, and Mrs Emma Dixon,
SETS.: Guaranteed. WAS fireplace Diana 10 were both born In the many others. The first graders ReporterThe i','

down, pew per north. LATE: HENDRY COUNTY carport month of November, the same asked many Intelligent' questions '",.'s I'
GOULD BROS. irrLIANCECO: YUa-TlSLtfo SALES *) 1OT99 front porch date with only a :year between which were answered Intelligently First Bon Chorea '
CARS MOBILE HOME utility building them. Friends and playmates by members of the The Fort Myers distant and *
Sials lead 832. Seats PAINT STORE FOR SALE: Parakeets, HOS Across from Post Office gathered In their honor around class. Each response to the dewlston area Building! Fund

Mod transportation for your up Mynah birds, African lovebirds oa Ventura ((16'x327 4 p.m. questions was Inspiring. Because Union will convence In Clewis ., ,

money Nomad CoatraeUrs: saswe4 monkeys cages, supplies. Large selection of qualIty flood lightsshrubbery The table wu decorated with of the most Intelligent ton, on Sunday. Nov. U, list ; ;
this side of Miami Pet boarding Thompson Wild two beautiful birthday cake, and educational performances: at 11 a.m. at the church of '
ESTIMATES mobile homes at reasonable
nEE Animal Farm Phone YUkon 21234. .fruit trees one yellow and the other pink. of the students the first graders first Born. :'r

Tow Pkflee Dealer 811V4 :E. Sagarlan Hwy.rfcesM tie prices. SPECIAL lots 115'x 150' was a sight to see each girl When they become Chemistry this service and enjoy the
CARITHERS'ADIO TO Mill FOR SALE-A Good Call SHULTZ OR 5- New 1965 Shield. 2-Bed- additional lots blow out the candles. The guest students, they will look: back lord in the beauty; of JIolrD.; ... ,
GRAND N v26c room SITxlO. $400 Down. available enjoyed music game and outdoor and recall what a great contribution Dinner will service m ground. :
and now.r.s 4562. LaBelle, Fla. PHone YU 341031 Shown byappolbnent fun until 6 pm. On the the llth grade Chemistry Bishop Sugg Host ,,

WITH SERVE: SEE UlI'Ol'tBOTILED FOR SALE: or trade-Houseboat $69.25 per month only menu was fried chicken, potato class of 110445 made to Pastor

: An approved credit cards GAS (Surfalde Six Adventurer) 38', 1. M. LANIFORD salad saltlnes, lemonade them. f rA Mrs. Wlndley Reportre :.r:.1'
welcome here. for property. Give or take difference and cake. The honorees reoelv
Uttfl Bld,. 108 Bond Si AppliancesSalesService 5995. See at Ctowls- trip te Lake Harbor Li-Ii
Phone YU 2-4441 ton Martha Clewiston. Dec3a The Harlem Academy Band Johnson Cars "
HOUSE FOR performed in Lake Harbor, Fla. "Rai II
Bob POWER GASCORPORATION P R E-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. Sunday Nov. 13 as guest of the Stole Rood 832
Orernolt'sTRAILER ) free South
piano with "
Lilly. White and Eastern Star
lessons sir music. $195. No money SALE Most transportation tat your "
SALES organization The parade began -
side of Mlamll
down Holdrldge Music, North money
NEW at I p.m., with Harlem '
515 and USED Francisco. YU 2-4781. DeclOc 5 Bedrooms two baths. TReeS1"'hrubjl. Academy Band leading.Mr. .

Phone Central Avenue YU 3-3101 FOR SALE-USED. RECONDITIONED Furnished on lara lot Willie Chambers, director I''
YU 3-1831 Frigldalre washers North of Siwarland. and Miss Florida J. Bryant, Julia's 'I'

- and dryers. Radisfc Electric. Perfect for Large coach for the majorettes gavea
Phone YU 2-1601. Nov26c Family. very fine performance. The Beauty'' 1
WALDRON'SIllATSANDGROCEJUJS & Abstract Co. organizations were dressed in FOR THAT NEW LOOK -i

'!Ita. AWtraeto-'Title lasaraaes FOR SALE-Baby bed In very $10,500.00TERMS their respective uniforms. The Tinting, Styling Cutting No
electric All of the and shrubs
and trees
: labile' Bteswcraaberncioeepyiag good condition celebration climaxed with a Appointments Friday and
P n T DopUeaOag warm air heater In very good .f' very Interesting program at the -
a.m. to 1 Saturday ,
pjsu 8*. sad Part Are.laBoBe. Call YU have been
Bridge condition. 27724.Nov26c in Clewiston church and the band returned .
Dade-Monroe S-88U
k8toap.m. Fta. P. O. ..* MlOKoaro home. Per laf rmades. Call
8-IM1 Mrs. Jaw Isles Proprietor
Six Days a Week: STUDENT MODEL GUITAR Realty planted here to improve Wilfred Brewfter.

'1UQn: EVERY with 4 free lessons. $37JO. No 309 W. suqarIcmd .k. Reporter r
down. Holdrldge Music Harlem Club
EVINRUDESales money YU 3-2941 appearances.Is Church
Pot News
2-478L r
Tour Moment North Francisco. Favorite Mixed Drlaks. Ned
DeclOc Friendship Missionary
Fkh. Hamburgerand
ism lipase East of Oewistoa and Service'' I this to beautify Baptist Rev. Leon King Chicks other Sandwiches
Bare Beach anyway our pastor Recorded Musis

- New sad Used .ten Sunday School __ 9 a.m. .,.. Popular Bands
8arf'nNrutl ? Deacon A. A. Beckton Mr. sad too. WIll VTalUeePi .
sWartae town Supt
Cattlemen sad AccessoriesMaraae ,The demand for fat Morning Worship 11 a.m. .eta..islets

,.., II Eaalpsaest B. T. V. 8:43 Mrs Susie 11
tile Safety
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! de:: ='fa"tenst M..rates 0 rMl .... YTJkoe Will and stocker YOU BET IT IS !II! Evening Beckton.Worship president__ 7 p.m. Hilton's Grocery !

wtta WALDRONFor '7, I cattle is heavy Weekly Reminders Groceries. Fresh Meats.Vegetables. .
R. E. Monday T pm. Senior Cold Driaka, Essential
Select from stock of
Federal large
Land Bank only the our nursery Missionary Society wffl meetat Items '
Buy the church We appreciate your patron-

lie or WrttoW.Llln prompt. Efficient: plants, shrubs and flowers and remember 7:00 __ Senior Circle No. 1 '
Home delivery cattle you want win meet Mr. sad I rs.Tkarstea Bates '
PreIIIWen :

's& lw. ek1M dtB.Ddl.g Call Bobby GiddnsTUSUll :..Iillif I i
-- Our planning service is FREE 'f"l"
Elite Cafe and Grocery'NEW t

William Electric, -Saki Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. LOCATION ';

Tampa Tribune Corner Tennessee and Fourth Streets '
-_ cAR &PIIU..... .

-.. ems sad Home Cooked Food Sandwiches Cold Drinks Candies ,
Phew 11311HATCOCK'S Cookies sad Ice Cream

-- Ft. Myers Exclusive AtmosphereService ,.

News Press GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. with a smileDon't '

' 6 n.'nCJI Home DeliveryW. FARM & RANCH SUPPLY forget to puroitae a Clewiston News
5ITor ANT IEaTla: 0. CAMPBELL: nWI' MM Belie Glade. "... Sugorlond; Highway Clewiston YUkon 27651CLASSIFIED I
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Page Teu THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Florida truck went off the road and 5. Permits will be .Issued only to Hendry
Hunt AreaThe Cou,
Thursday, November 19, 1964BASS Red dye will the truck turned over on top Hendry County except hereinafter noted.
of him Perry and the trooper
-- 8. Board of
with whom he was riding both following regulation will bs In effect In the Hendry County Commissioners Hendry Copse
will furnish or caws to b* furnished
mark canal flowA felt sure the man WM dead one or
gas County Hunt ,Area for the 1984 65 hunting season and/or more
to patrol pollc the
l but they managed to pull him during the huntlaq

a bright red dye will be pour out from under the engine and Sections 1 through 3. 10 through 15. 22 through 26. NKioi against unauthorlied entry and/or Illegal hunting, P1

ed into canal waters at Loxahat- get him to a hospital wherehe 27. S% of 34. 35 lass Nft of. NW'/4' and NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 7.. U.. oj rill

chee National Wildlife Refuge, was found to have been only 36 l less 1/4 of NW 1/4 in Township 45 South._ Rang 32 East ; a on hunting arec1 will not be P.nnllb

Palm Beach County, Florida. slightly injured. Here was a 8. No dogs, except bird dogs
beginning November 16 In connection classic example of how the unit Section 1 I. Township 46 South. Rang 32 East area may be used on. "
members can help. Not only '
with a study by biologist
did the out AU of. Sections 1 through 22. and those parts of SeaSons
on methods of controlling Perry help pull man I Th t'aksnq 0l
-e water hyacinth In the area it but he also saw to it that people 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 32 and 33 North of. Dooley Grad p.rnA: > .. 01 dogs: 1rI1IJI.Ot<

was announced today by the> with cigarette and matches and all Sections of 29. 30 and 31. Township 45 South. Rang ;.

Department of the Interior' kept away from the highly 33 East. 10. Allco Land Development Company

Geological Survey combustible truck contents. right for Its personnel ond'or 911.... to hunt wTEu I
To become a member of the Suject to the following provisions d scrib l lands ,;
Ing during each
The Geological Survey is cooperating the period
candidate must
auxiliary a 8,1965 No
with the Bureau of a member in good standing bej oithe. 1. Hunting will be permitted only on Wednesday. br 14. 1964 ,through February SecttoM IIhroIl4'*

Sport Fisheries and Wildlife bym..urlJl. .,Amerlc.anJglon and jnaiwtain Saturday and Sunday of each week during period November 5.8 through and those pas 01. oL_

the dispersion of the that standing throughout 1& 198C through February 28. 1965. except that hunting 23. 24. 26. 27. 28, 32 and 33. North of Dooley Grad.

red dye and det-s.mining Its rate his service He 1* also asked to will be permitted oa Thanksgiving Day. Thursday November ship 43 South. Range 33 East. TOt'!
of flow. The dye 1 1. harmless
take>-eourse trf 'Instruction.He \ 2B. 1964. No bung will b* permitted on the Wednesday "
solution but because of its
is asked to attend auxiliary falling the day before '
fluorescent quality, it ii possibleto Thanksglvtng.
meetiagS'twic' a month and ftis .
CAUGHT IN Florida's Lake Okeechobee had to weighat monitor its particles with the
appreciated If be wilt ride 2. On Wednesdays or any other tingle,open day.
least alx: pound to make the Calusa lodge "Bass Hall the use color of fluorlmeiers has vanished."It long. after on holiday, too ** these are hunters will be permitted to enter the area commencing at

of Fame." There are so many )big bass In the huge freshwater the day on which a large percentage 5:00: A. M. and expected leave the area by 8:00 P. M. of For Rent

lake the Lodge, on IU western shore, recently raised the is hoped that the dispersion of accidents occur. Tb- le same day. .

minimum weight to eight pounds because they were running of the red dye will point seen" mien pursue their' avocation .r

out of wall space. Eastern Air Line Photo the way to more effective and on'Christina, Labor Dayor 3 On Saturdays hunters will be permitted to enter

selective' control of hyacinth Independence. Day. the area commencing at 5:00 A. M. and leave by 8:00: P. M.
growth in the waterways at Lox- J; O. Corbin presently. ; in '
Clewiston is land of big bass ahatchee" said Kenneth Mac- charge. of ,the unit with, the on the following' day. Sunday. 2-Bedroom; furnished Apartments:

Klchan Geololca\Survey; engineer rank of First lieutenant Per .4.: Each hunter entering the area must hare(fa his _

charge. ry J.
sugar cane and Brahma cattleContinued "Also, studies of the dye result are adds sergeants the latter and J.of A.I Roger sBelle, Development Company or Its authorized representatives 330'East?; Trinidad

more accurate predictions
and Don Pridemore, the latterof t <.
< :, ,
( from Page 1) through the mill of water travel time in the r; ." i'I : IfII. 1. -
dally. You seethe Moon Haven, .are corporals. ; ,. :....';:a.... no" .
that .
fascinating operation step event a substance Is accidentally The other are W.JU Brant- ... Ij{ .. 'j;< ,'C/-/ '. .....
green sugar cane standing tall or deUberately introduced ,., .: .! "
.in the warm winter sun. To the by step as cane is converted to Into the waterwaydatawhich ley, oJ. T, Cason Ralph .Cat- ,.. o;>, .. "ti' 'p' .. .S oIt'
east the lake vast fieldsof sugar, Your tour begins where Beaux, W. R. LaByer E. -O. '" '' :;caIL.
along railroad cars filled with is Important to the Geological dJ :. ?; .
tomatoes, cabbages peppers, sugar Survey in the maintenance Miller, R. R. Roth. A. H. Yarn :. ,. If r
cane stalks are literally tilted .. ., '
William Walker ,
Walton. Wyse.
cucumbers, watermelons green ?' ,
of its National Water Re- ...- J 't
over to dump the cane. It ends c.
beans and potatoes grow in the sources Data Network," Mac- 8., H. Stall, all of dewliton, : .' ,.;
where belts load .
rich black muck land to satisfy conveyor sugar Klchan added and :Johnny Walker, I IT> W. -...: ,'t .
northern appetitles for fresh rail crystals siding into box car on a Sapp and L. P. Turner of Moore -""'I' (D'\ J. E. Beardsley

winter vegetables. The dye a very bright red [iaven. '
Every bass fisherman who .when first poured fadesto < : KEGBTEEED REAL
For many years sugar cane soon 4J' 1 ESTATE BROKER
visits the Clewlston
has been a major crop near area a dull crimson then pink before 1 bl East Sogariand Hwy. YU tsoi
bring his favorite bait (
fly GunnKennedyJohn
Clewlston, but there has beena disappearing completely. It .; ,. I.y
casting outfit. The bass in Lake
is to '
cane explosion since disperse quicKlyand
sugar ,
Okeechobee are known far and not discolor B. Gunn Clewlston, and ,;u'" '
Cuba became a Russian pro- rocks, soil or
Wide for their large size and Mrs Mary Kennedy of 26 Arch
tectorate. plantllfe along the waterway. ,iI'
t.. their savage fighting ability St. Providence R.I. were married "' .
Wealthy Cubans have Invested ;.
Bass haH ef fame The Geological Survey has at Trinity Methodist Churchin ;

local heavily citizens in the have area obtained and many sugar Calusa Lodge one of the most completed similar "red dye" Providence on July 24, 1964 ACREAGE FOR SALE

cane allotments from the popular on the lake, has a Bass projects on a much larger icale Reverend Rolanc1 Stahl officiated. D.
Hall of Fame displaying! mounted on the Potomac and Missouri .
U.s. Government the expansion which is subsidizing bass caught in the lake. It's Rivers this year. Dye on these Mr. and Mrs. Gunn are temporarily Been talking &, thinking about buying

Driving along U.s. 27 from the largest collection of trophy projects was monitored 100 making their home in l : 5' ii: small tract of acreage?
bass in the country. The lodge miles downstream. The Florida Providence, R I. .
Miami State Road 720 which :'
or )
has offered to mount bass project because of its I "We have just what want"
special you
leave the main highway about ." .
weighing over six pounds caughtby application, will be limited to III' lIlt 2J
three miles west of Clewlston l r'i",1(! r:1: :: ,
and five mile .; ,
guests to display the a area near the .headquarters I \ ,
and follows the lake you may I"i ., l'o.o. ''If', 20 ACRES
fish along with the names of the of the Refuge .
see a black cloud: of smoke billowing '

from a field of sugar fishermen. So many of these The Loxahatchee InvestigationIs :, < : Cleared Fenced Grass
lunkers have been caught and j'' Planted
cane'and think the whole field being made with the endorsement j ,
burning mounted the Hall of Fame fills .FAIAL IIOT.CIQ TO Blnoaas I I' ; Good Water
is You would be right and cooperation of the Electricity
an entire wall at one end of the' sealed proposal' for the "1M4 h. iiL4.:
Before the cane Is cut, leavesare Central and Southern Florida CoentySchools ;; ,
lodge and has overflowed to adjacent palatine' 'of Hndrr ; Road: to
burned from the stalks Flood Control District, Ft. Hindrjr County, Florid, a : property
Fires set on the windward side wall*. To conserve space Worth Drainage District Palm will b. rwolv4 by th. H.idry WILL GROW ANYTHING
the minimum County Board of Public I Initruotlon '
quickly run with the wind weight was recently Beach County Health Depart- LaBtll be. 'r.- Ji4i.\ '
Florida on or
r '
:through a field to the leeward raised to eight pounds.That's ment'FforttffBUte; Board of for 1:00: p.m. E S.T. lM.mb.r .. t: : 'Price and terms are right. Also have
a lot of bass But one 10. 1M4, at which tint and ptac. to :
side where worker beat It out Health faum5h
to keep it from spreading. to another that size is not unusual in Lake and Oam, !.t&frirtilsslon.Kllll Water. Fish and they read will b* publicly opened ...!,., r 4 f'. ..,,' ,,, .ei; 1 5 2S -'90"- 640 acre tractsIf

field. Okeechobee. c.ll '" CopUi of the Proposal l era...
You also'ese of Calusa Lodge Is also a favor at' "is.! tract DoeumonU. and apeelflea.. you really want to buy don't wait
may crews
tloni may b* obtained by oIKIM
JamsiOtt! and other Caribbean ite headquarters for duck quail City docket Qa.ral Contractor from tile <.(- ERIC. C. THOMAS, a.tNbIGal rreas4 Is.. the Air Ftree DO ,
.natives cutting stalks by hand. and wild turkey shooting. Duck ties of the Buporln'ondanti, Courthouse. ,re-wnJy: euMptotei a ._year tour el duty en a. Aleutian .is.
ttaf thlck-bladed machetes hunters Jam the place on openIng Case disposed of by City I'ttblle Florida land where a* became Interested In
LaBollc. setnhfaf tar
day, but you can usually geta Judge Charles E. Miner, Jr. oa Each proposal must b..........- artifact MONROE
Here he Is
shewn DADE
expertly ** they move down the room at all other times. Meals Wednesday, October 28 Included panltd by a Certified I'hta.... with Us tends-sea ir ..* spear head, ( REALTYYU
long rows. C .hl.r'* Chock or Bid Bond .* ladles feMteoks) sags and primitive ...... AH
Eight In Clewlston the United are excellent rooms comfortable Leslie Hlngson loud muffler, ...,..t.d by the Bidder and surety. were at least 3-2941' 309 W. Sup..laRd
States Boats motors and guidesare 110. fine suspended provided he Company lleaawd to .. builneM 20* years eJA-STAFF PHOTO.
Sugar Corporation operates have James X. In Florida. In a aunt equal to five'
available same
the nation's largest raw '' ; (I) percent ef the amount of the
sugar mill. It Isn't the product A* ;you drive .near the lake Wilson, unlawful speed not total bra The Bond I I., required
guilty; Cnamb&A a* a aruannte that If the sOd
of the recent sugar expansion you will see large herds of cat la accepted a Contract will II..nt. *
but has been the leading sugar tle grazing in vast fields of : city and never ..... Into and the performance.
return Laurel ........... The ucCMoful -
,U... The Brahma, sacred ; Mouro no visible of It properly *
producer many years. cow .
bidder will b* required
Free tows of India seems to predominate. means of support ISO or 10 to execut a parrorm.no. Bond .

Free tours are conductedHomecoming At times the cattle are attend- days and cortrinaand material.including The Performance labor p, ;

tf by white-plumed long-neck City court cases disposed of Bond Mall b* written In tb..mo..nt *
ed birds of en hundred percent
called cattle egrets *
by Judge Charles E. Miner, Jr. (10)NOBIef' OhsDDBR Contract
walking among them or sitting WITHDRAW
en Wednesday November 4 included MAT
on their backs.In Ronald A BID ubmltted torts
(Continued from Page 1)) Cameron unlawful period of thirty. (SO) day after
the fall of the ;year some of speed, $25.: Jack Shirley, the dais set far th* openlnc ftluch You when
coronation of the queen will the fields are covered with wilful and wanton reckless THe Bldi.OWNER RESERVES TIfF t save

take place as a halftime ceremony. bright yellow flowers as far as driving, $75, Joe Willie Leavy. RIGHT to Mject any and or aU '
Miss Jackie Goldmanwill the eye can see. Cattl grazing wilful and wanton reckless driving KM* and to walT Informalities. '

crown the new queen, whose belly deep In this ;yellow carpet S63; Everet Waugh speeding : t;..,.1.. Mr JOB M HALL_ .'

identity 1 11 kept secret until the make a picture worthy of an $15, and Jay D. Davis Chairman, yoI shop in
coronation ceremony artist's brush-and ;your color leaving scene of accident, $175 Pv rt of Public Ini'.ruc-- !,. ,

Following the game there will camera. or 30 days. tlHfindry Cosnt,.. Florida

I be a dance in the gymnasium, ATTEST Curl E. Hornaby:
-*eml.formal, but in stockingfeet : Superintendent and Secretary ClewistonSanta
Shoes might mar the bas HIGHWAY AUXILIARY ASSISTS .to truetlonHendry the Board of fublle In.

ketballcourt) where Clewlston Cotrnty, Florida -
opens Its cage season a few, Not 1155 '" -
from Dec I. 1H4
nights now.

Students and graduate only TROOPERS PATROL WORKPrix

are Invited to this dance the r

theme Jar which Is "Tea. They ride at night usually. race in Storing each year, knows Your
team(" The gymnasium will be They are members of the the funds received from these dollars

decorated In blue and gold with Florida Highway, Patrol Auxiliary events being placed in the unit purchase as much here in

pennants for each of the alumni and the assistance! they treasury for financing the operation
classes According school render free of charge barn been of the unit Clewiston, often you ,

rules, no one who leaves the highly praised by troopers with The auxiliary member hard- get more for your good ,9
dance will be permitted to reenter whom they work. ,ly knows, what to expect when ,
the gymnasium. The WII- Save on transportation -
auxiliary organized be elect to spend a night on money.
The dance 1 11 the closing event !in 1958 for the purpose of assisting patroL He will get in touch judges of vane Ike too. Save time as well

i of Homecoming, and event the Florida Highway Patrol with a trooper who usually will the value of ear**rtasuiMcel ti ,
will certainly live up0 the during disasters accident pick him up at hit home. They U Contact as dollars, when you shop

promise of Ricky Sexton who and other emergencies. It is organized might be engaged In running meMayl close to home! '
wrote the alumni that the day within the frameworkof
n speed check station, or they
will be "filled with memories." the American Legion and 1 ia might run into an accident oran Always plenty of -':.. r

authorized under state law Intoxicated. driver. The volunteer L
free parking nearby! '
During the 1963 total Abner H.
year a '' might find himself dlreclDf'trame' !
of 1,3211 man hours were work '' ,
around' an sectdent Vann
T 1'-' ed and thus far in 19(4 the scene driving the drunk'scar .

1 unit bas put In a total of 1903. to police headquarter or Ph. I. '

Patients DI.chared-Charlel Usually the men ride during working with speed checking v _
Straughn. Ina Fortner, James he hours from 6 p.m. to midnight radar apparatus- He will get to YU 2-5971 \

Blackman Margaret Blackman, 'I bed late but he must get up In, ,
Antonia Pact, Mildred Hanson The Clewlston unit comprises : the morning and start off to his
19 men four of them from I regular '
Albrit- 0\h'
J Hilda Armour Frances .
ton Edith Egley,Margaret Bowerg Moor Haven and one from La- Bill Perry a first sergeantin STATE rUM ".
Annie Belle. The effort costs: them the. auxiliary, remembers ..
,. Velma Naile. Hag- tkihd 6dmllY. km.a c.-
.gins' Sabra Williams, Victoria money.! Not only are they not :one accident that gave him the Ise Mint 1....... Reai nww/l ,
J t paid for their time but they creep.,The driver of a fuel oil j
:must furnish their own uniforms '-
Ever-ettAnderson rt
-an American Legion ,
Scales. JuUa uniform with the insignia of
} Carl Wler GUITARS : .M
the highway patrol. ,
t Cannlngton, Charles Crlste, William -
Punaway John Tatum, They carry a nightstick bu'no ACCORDIONS v' ,
v Ethelyn Lang Beatrlcs Ward firearms.In : iii i'ji' 1'

4 Samuel M'.tchen. Willie! WUXins. addition to giving! their PIANOS .

Patients remaining Flora service, the auxiliary members ORGANS

Taylor, MallU Swayne. Frank operate and maintain an PHONOGRAPHS If 1 I f 4.
Daughtery, Audrey Lante. MOdrtd emergency vehicle: equippedwith
i Beatrice Ward radio said a generator for '
McElroy. No Money I Down; ,
turning out ,
power In emergency ,
Jatnei Knott. .
Breads: Reynolds, .Juanita RoIa- situations. Up to Two Years to pay ", 1{'] IIIIulk'lJiIIl'ItTrl:

leTllths Barn Donald MilIer ,- The men handle raffle and _
>; Sicrclo Kavarro., William other duties at such events a* :HOLDREDGE MUSIC

i', Ball Antonio' Carrbalol. Lops the Hendry County aLra1r, theCasio
I CUoero. Julia Crawford Lo Nltta N. Francisco St. Clewiston YU 2-4781 '

Haven rodeo and the Grand
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