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 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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School Board Plans Sweetest"America's Town The Clewiston News j

VOLUME 36 NUMBER 47 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. S43.S, PJt Subscription $4.00 year

1963-64 Additions I

Free TB X-Ray A Must Friday

I The school board approved final piping, tanks, etc. at the schools k
I:allS wd specifications for 1963 from Glades Gas Co., to Troplgas. AI '
htons to the LaBelle school, and Inc.

,resided them to the State De- A request from the Clewlston
tment., In action taken at the Recreation Department for 15 As County Has Epidemic RateFree j

',war November meeting of the nights' use of Clewiston School
rd Thursday. The additions in- Gym during basketball season for

:ude two classrooms, a boys toilet men' City-League games was re- chest X-Rays are offered to Everyone is urged to visit the !
[ad supply room In one unit and aloraje ferred to principal James E. Bran- I all residents of this area tomorrowat X-Ray Unit and have a free X-Ray I II

room In the gymnatoriumrta don, to work out arrangement with I n the Mobile Unit of the Broward made of their chest This win esquire

| The board scheduled bid the Recreation Department, complying County Health Department which only a few momenta of time.
;Jeo1D8; on the project for 2 p.m.lauary with the school board policy will be at the B&B Parking lot Miss Margaert Morgan public I

9, 1964.SuperlDtendent. for usage of the gym and fees from noon until a p.m. health nurse for Hendry county,

I charged. The Mobile Unit's visit was arranged especially urges those persons a
J. H. Bible and
The board granted by the Hendry County Tuberculosis whose X-Rays were lost In the
Lid J. R. Spratt maternity
Chairman were
leave to Bertha Orso for and Health Committeeand malls following the last visit of the
execute contract with the re-
Lihorlzed to
mainder of the school the Hendry County Health Department unit to the county, who have not
ames M. Hartley, Hollywood ar- appointed LaVerne E. year, and This, visit is made because had new X-Rays made, to come to
Ihitect, for preparation of prelim- replace her, Waters to Hendry county has a relatively the unit tomorrow.
bandroom effective Oct. 17. Mrs.
any f plans tor a book- rate of tuberculosis 1
Helen Dickey high The same Mobile Unit will be
and on personal leave ., I
m i and storage area expan- for 1963-64 and is an extra visit since the at the B&B Parking lot in LaBelle
was granted a contractto
101I of the principal's office at substitute .:B. state unit is not available at this tomorrow, Saturday, from noon
as "on-call" teacher.
unless Academy.Attendance The resignation of Mary Lou time. until 8pm. ae'i ,
of board members dleston, LaBelle High School r a ,gds, ::1

|nd the superintendent at the teacher, was accepted, effective I''
Ida School Board Association December 18. Large Crowd of Spectators Attend r
eet1D8; In Sarasota December 1-3
Lai authorized. Mrs. Audie Hooks and Mrs. R.
N. Miller Jr. of the Clewlston
announced that In- Tennis Exhibition Matches
It was P. T. A. attended the meeting as Sunday
Ipection and of
; survey county listeners.
icbool faculties by the state deartment HELLO THERE OR HE WENT THAT AWAY are apropos as An estimated crowd of over 300 ton. Bob Beards ,. served as umpire
of education has been reicbeduled Present were J. R. Spratt, chairman Chief WendeD Wbaley looks out of the hole which David Wood spectators were on hand Sunday I'I

for December 911. Claud Giddens, Elsie Futch, used t* escape from the city Jail last week. This. la the second afternoon to see Mayor Tom Jones The second match was won by
I The board was advised of the Blanche McCormick members, escape by approximately the same route from the shower room officially present the tennis facilities Billy Harris over Jerry Ernestonof
aaster of the contract for gas Carl Hornsby, county supervisor, Into the colored rest room and eat the wooden door. Wood has to the residents of Clewlston. West Palm Beach. Walter Com t'
ielivery and the ownership of and J. H. Bible, superintendent not been apprehended at last reports.-STAFF PHOTO. John Ellington read a letter of appreciation rte umpire.

--I ATTENTIONUnusual for the renovation workon Walter Comrle and Billy Harris
the courts to the City Commis teamed to defeat
- - Charles Harris
alon. and Jerry Erneston In two sets of I

'IA Tourist Looks at Europe STUDENT Following the welcome by Mayor doubles. Earl Morrison umpiring.
Jones, Mrs. Walter Conan presented !
DRIVERSChief Mrs. Charles! Harris with

(BEd Note: At the request of an orchid. To 'Chobee
Wendell Whaley has been Tigers JIMMY BIBLE, to all smile
lie News, Mrs. Dean King, whoHound Charles Harris and son Billy of
that as he holds the head of six
receiving numerous reports the
Europe with her husband West Palm Beach, have made a
Bhj! summer on a second trip to the high school students with restricteddriver' great impression in the tennis point buck be killed on opening
licenses wIth- Friday Night For day of hunting In the
Continent narrative are driving world season
compiled a the senior Harris having
out being accompanied by a licensed Hendry County hunt are. The
their brief-
Bccount of visit Here, w1 won the French Opens and was
H>v.U a summary of their trip, with ; driver over },8. ranked 8th in the nation In 1939. Football buck welched ever 130 pounds
FinalCoach when placed scales. This .
Rhelr Impressions. The pictures are A spot check Monday filled He was also doubles champion dur- on ls
a first for the hunter
produced from post cards andKere to turn up any violators, Wbaley log the same year. young
selected as representative of said, however the unscheduled His son, who la only 18, has collected Joe Bundy and his Clew Incidentally will
Rhe many beautiful and Interesting checks wU be continued over 500 trophies and !lston Tigers will Invade Okeecho hunting turkeys when eonfron&I I,

,&hts.1) and parents are urged to make awards during his brief career and bee Friday night for the football ed by the buckv-Staff Photo. i

sure their child II complying I. National 18 year old and under season final, sporting an impressive
I We flew from Miami to New with the law. boys champion and recent winner six victory, two defeat record '
Blork with visibility exceptionally : of the Florida Men's Championship Okeechobee Is much larger Ministers Plan ;

Rxd, n that we could Identify dlf- 2 at The law requires persona with held in Delray Beach.In physically, than Clewtaton according
rent Bahama Islands. ,After a student permits to/be accompaniedby the first match Charles Harris to Bandy and hey Clewiston UnionThankag.iving
Ika'.t and an unexpected: transfer someone who has a valU defeated Walter Comrie..f.Clewls- have Improved throughout the
mm our scheduled Air Francet driver's l1ceDle/and those caught :eeason, winning. their last Service
sun '
f to Lufthansa, in the way of win be prosecuted according to three game*. Their season-re.- ?
litvel plans, we made such good law, Whaley said Giddens Named ord I. 4-3-1. The Union Thanksgiving Service'

.me over the Atlantic, probably r In planning for the game, Coach .I to be held Thanksgiving morning -
ttiiue of Jet stream and had a Bundy noted that he expects to useless at 9 o'clock at the Assembly of

Rwnui stop in Cologne. Everything Nice Not Miami, but south of France. This is one of FBI Training Course.. Kiwanis Prexy platoonlng in this game and God, located at 215 South Francisco -

fcai Cutter, readying the airport the most popular public beaches in Europe.dens going with "the best that we street This annual union ,
I* President Kennedy' expected Planned In Clewuton have," service 1* sponsored by the Clew I

Irrival the following week. made a gorgeous setting, and Claud Giddens, The starting lineup will be vlrually -, !ston Ministerial Association.

I We arrived in Munich June 21 the use of German porcelain A training course for law enforcement vice president for the same as in the past, with The Rev. H. V Turner, pastor
ind our luggage, which had come throughout the castle was beautiful officers will be conducted a, 1963, was elevated the squad in excellent physical condition -, of the Hi-Haven Baptist Church. 1*

I-a Air France caught up with u* beyond description.As in Clewlston by nine special 'c,5 to president following an open date last to preach the Thanksgiving ser
p first day, and we settled into we stopped at a sidewalk cafe agents of the Federal Bureau of elect by Clewls Friday, mon. The Rev. H. H. Ford pastorof
p 'Bayertscherhof Hotel" with we sat at a table next to a typi- Investigation on December 2-13, ton Kiwanians at the Community Presbyterian
I tra.modern bathroom on two lev- cal Bavarian family, teenager with classes from 9 a.m. until 1 t the luncheon' Selective Church, is to preside in the absence -
f l II and large antique-furnished girls with long pigtails, and everyone pm. each week day during the meeting Wednesday Service of Ministerial President

pdroom. Our first day's sight- enjoying their beer; always a r period. at the Clew-'I'' Inducts Four Men James F. Klmbrel.

Ming trip took u* to Oberamrgau family group, whatever the gathertag. h Chief Wendell Whaley Has made !lston Inn.Giddens. Other pastors who will partlcl-
[ where we taw the stage, arrangement for the school will re- Four men, sent from the Hendry pate in the services include: the
letting! and costumes of the famed In Munich we toured the Duetches r through Special Agent in Charge dace retiring President Gervln County Local Board, Selective Rev. David Denslow. pastor of the
pssloa Play and determined to Museum, the world's largest museum of the Miami bureau, Wesley G. Pltzen. S. H. "Sonny" Stalls,was Service System, were Inducted Into. First Methodist Church; the Rev.

pturn some year to lee the per- of science and technology, Grapp. All law enforcement officers Nielsen; the Army at Fort Jackson, Columbia Leon Gambrel, pastor of First

prmance.I which we considered one of the in Okeechobee Highlands, South Carolina. The men, who Baptist Church; and the Rev.
I The Glades and Hendry counties are the new board of directors reappointed left Clewiston November 5th, were Clark H. Dorman.
next stop was Schlos Llnpfoof. highlight of the five-day stay rector of StMartin' -
invited to attend. James Brandon as sec Donald Thomas Crews, Palmdale;
one of "Ludwig IT* Ca- palaces, opera houses, art galleres Thomas Griffith Parsons Episcopal Church and secretarytreasurer
M ;" fountain, and perfect ,ar- and beer halls were interestingand The FBI conducts such courses retary. LaBelle; of the Clewiston
beautiful. At a beer han near regularly at various locations Members who were chosen to Rodney Barry RldgdilL LaBelle, Ministerial Association.
--, .--. ., and Michael Dee Young Clewiston.
I the station Germans at an laJ01 throughout the state; U there u serve on the board of directors Include AU Clewiston Area resident are
r ij log table toasted us: "Germany sufficient attendance to Justify it, J. W. Beardsley, Gratton Par.OI1I. Rldgdlll and Young were invited to attend this special
; hanks the Americans and Bavaria :11 the training course will become an George, Keith King,, W. 0. Perry-, volunteers. Thanksgiving observance..
"+" ,',. !,A thanks the Americans." It was a annual affair in Clewiston. Invite- Ken Swayne, Harry Vaughn Jr., Crews was employed by' Florida I

experience and we were French Streetcan lions were sent to each police department and Leslie Weetman. forest Service as a ranger, and
overwhelmed pleasant by their genuine boa- and each sheriffs de- 11 the son of Mrs. Marguerite Disabled Vets ;

li iltallty. We .evidence of prosperity still be seen but restoration is partment in the four counties. Hyed. Parsons son of.Mr. and Mrs. ,

every where; quality mer- going on at the Court Castle and Typical of the topics of the classes ParentTeacherConference Leonard Parsons is a graduate of Will Receive h
handise, reasonable prices, frIendly Court Church where It was once are "Latent Fingerprints" Pa- LaBelle High School; RidgdllL son ;
alert people.We planned to Inter the body of Em- trol Techniques, Civil Rights, Juvenile Count of Mr. and Mrs. Schnlder RJdgdilL
; of Bavaria. peror Maxlmilllan I. Lovely gardens Cases, Homicide, Burglary Investigation and Young Is son of Mr. and Mrs. Questionnaires
"",....1. want to see more On the first Kenneth Z. Young. H* has been
'., '" took the train to are now a public park. This ; Rober Investigation, Parent-Teacher Conference 1 I .
j Innsbruk June 28 where, we we had as guide region Is famed for ski-ing and in Collection and Preservation of day at the public school working as a projectionist at the Melvin T Dixon, Director of the

\, t university student who the winter. roads from the ski slopeto Evidence Scientific Aids, Arrests, In Hendry County, the following. Clewiston theater. Florida Department of Veterans
a young 'WolIgag Hauser. the hospital are reserved for Sex Crimes, and Searches and Seiz count was made of parents who Although married men are not Affair, states the Veterans Annual
won our hearts services In Innsbruk were ambulances only. We noted preparations urea.InsUrmtorl. # went to the schools to confer: with i sent for induction at the present Income questionnaires will go out
Food and
for the 1964 Olympics every-- in the various classes the teachers, concerning their chil time they may volunteer through gain'with,the November checks,

excellent We went to an Austrian Tirol where. will be specialist those lines; dren's studies: or progress: the Selective Service System; four- allowing{ the Veteran Admlnlitrtion .-
men went for '
evening with folklore singing and W. left June 30 for Salsburg anda they will Include Special Agents Clewiston Elementary: lit. on November physical 5th. The examination next- an,additional 30 day for pressing.

dancing, and colorful: native costumes. stay in a Hotel Bristol, very- old. jehlhan Robert W.: Wiseman, John P. Clewiston High: 47. call will be on December 5,. according AH publicity from the Vet- I
Paul A. Scranton, Don
1 At Innsbruk Is Wflten very quaint, but comfortable. We LaBelle Elementary-: to Mrs. Frances M. Nail; rant Administration urge the
Walters Frank Foree. Jr. Howard1 ,
L.t:\' Church, the most beautiful Interior toured Hellbrunn Castle, which was LaBelle High: 89. clerk. veterans to get their questionnaire
anywhere. The pan R. Albauthv Robert G. Strong, back promptly.. Dixon state that
of any built for use as a hunting lodge bya
Street Scene beautiful War damage Lester C. Wllhelm, and I Maurice the questionnaire are the'sam '
in Munich orama 1 is monk whose sense of humor led aa
him to place many devices for Mllkr. ,Site Readied For Teach your Youngster last year, but the five fold instruction '
-- playing practical Jokes, and all visitors sheet has been 1 simplified.! ,

received unexpected shower Technician Attend Apartment Building Traffic Safety! Questionnaire must be completed
etc., from Innocent looking and in the hands of the VA not t.
statues. City officials are housed Issuance of a building permit at Forth an January 31, 1964.
( in a palace with marble,staircaseto Hospital SeminarGeorge City Hail for the two storied $75- la fining out :TOUT .
,//f remind us of grander days. Dlckson and John Oliver, ', 000 apartment buildlogto'McKen- .CROSSONLY income questionnaire, eee your lo- r I

lab technicians at Hendry General zle Construction Company of St. ,, cal Veterans County, Service Officer J :..i
We followed the Danube to Vienna Hospital attended e seminar at Petersburg, was followed by alto who' will be geared to give """
+ ry and the very modern Hotel Eu- University hospital In Gainesville reparation at the corner of Ventura an veteran, their widows and dependent
ropa (.. prefer the older and last' weekend where they heard and Atlantic Avenue A large the assistance they need

I. ,r more charming hostelriei, We did lectures and attended laboratory Australian pine was removed by .
I not allow ourselves enough time to sessions from top medical officials workmen this week. WELFARE 'I
do justice to Vienna, but we toured in the state. VISITOR
I. the 17th century Capuchin Church The "Clinical Enzyme Determinations Other building permits Issued at CHANGES DATES
'Ie where restoration was in progress.We Principle and Methods"was the City Hall Include a home for M "
visited Scboenbrunn Palace conducted Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wfflard W. Safe, on Miss Martha Bum, visitor with
i with 1400 rooms and surrounded at Florida's Teaching Hospital. lot, 15-18, block 120, Avenida Del AT o the Florida Department ol Public
by vast French Park dotted with Rio. The residence will be 4S's24 WeUar+ ask the News to Inform I
fountains grottos and statues. This The attendance of local hospital with a ll'rZT garage and win be CORNERS he public that her visit to a.'i'

was the most fabulous of any personnel 1* another of the many built by Southern Air.Builders, Inc. talon are now twice monihfer, to- i

Castle visited This was the summer steps being taken to assure residents Eugene Bough obtained stead of weekly.< *I *
palace of Empress Theresa of Uw latest methods In hospital for a 88,000 addition to his permit horn City of Clewiston Miss Bum will be at the Personnel ft.''I
1"sdbryck here as being operation, according ,office of U. $. Sugar Gorepaaton :I'
Selected for reproduction Maria.Ceatteeed ) Mrs on lots 11, 20, block 423; South
typical of the 'beautiful''Cathedrals in Europe. *. rages Anna Mae Jones, adminlat atce. Pacific Avenue Police Department 'every Una tad u.1r4'f .
many Tuesday, from 100: :apse.:to noon

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until midnight or
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla. lights being on
4 If I Thursday, November 21, 1963 after frequently City fathers received 10 months ago to work sis a
minor complaints! for rebuilding
the courts on property 1i
owned by U. S. S. C. The block .
The Clewiston News has been !leased, to the city for Mrs Lillle
: / $100 and the Sugar Company pays Moore Haven, ; !

I I "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewistonand the taxes a deal like that is noon in a Miami ;; I IA44taQt
hard to beat V
pretty a long Illness.
) i Ilendry County. -.- Mrs. Lence

Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue dewbton, Coach Bundy Is striving for a hands, Illinois, ?
I Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. definite "up" night In Okeechobeeas band moved to : ( ) i
( Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post the Brahmans have come along 1919, moving i I,
I Office In Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, ways during the season and She was for ; I
1879. defeated Avon Park Friday night I in club and :
k fans will remember it was a Moore Haven; '
: '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL! OQIO..j nip and tuck night at AP. The of the Hi Haven

I 'Chobee boys are much bigger over. Moore Haven
LtN: : = : A aU and are anchored on defense bya Eastern Star.Survivors .
255 pounder. A large crowd is are
to follow the team to _
expected Lence, Lake
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher y
S. H STALLS Editor Ut0 0 Okeechobee for the game. Mrs. Nora L.
i Managing I9U
Subocrlptlon Rates ....,_ -anThe Mable Dowd
$4 00 per year 'gr10V- city has crews busily repainting sisters, Mrs. !
i (Return Postage Guaranteed) the street markers and Mrs. Magtfie:
j\\ Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 crossing which have added greatlyto and Mrs. Olive
.1 Advertising Rates on application. The reserves
the "traveling" public. They
dale, ILL six
the right to reject any objectional advertisement! ; GAS
I have been receiving unscheduledhelp 16 -, OVEN
TPID NEWS: mume for unsolicited
no refponilbllltr the return of
m nu.crlpti or photograph from "delinquents" who have Funeral
i I THE NEWS auumes no financial reponlblllty for typographical been painting yield right of way by the Rev. it
I error or emmlulon In advertliement but If notified: of such error be-
y tore the nest lieu. of the paper whl r.prlnt correctly that part of the and atop signs not with the Pattison ;
advertisement In which the error occurred. In the event a time element conventional yellow but with
t i would render the correction valuelei. the New will reduce the price Tuesday
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage. of the total a dash of greea Hope the police was In Oak
I, pace a* the erroneou_ _or_omitted copy represented. will sneak up on the "doers" and cadia, with
allow them to exercise by removIng in charge of
: .i the paint.
Security INFANT ; J

'I j ,I The /laa9Q/Ci If/ /'in a cawin !/l Betty Sue ji r'aleAwlxa r?
I United States has more than one shrinking reserve to old daughter of : ;

!" watch. Besides the gold at Fort Knox, there is the old age and It's Now'l ald G. Harper I
f-: !! j survivors insurance trust fund History away last ,

p', \ I i The National Industrial Conference Board notes that for the Graveside DISSOLVING&e
\'I i I fifth time in the last six years this trust fund paid out more than THIRTY YEARS AGO Saturday !
Ii h it received in 1962. (From Clewiston News, Cemetery with I ( ) :

/ The OASI reserve fund reached a peak of. $22.5 billion Nov 17, 1933)) brel, pastor of
::1 J I In 1956 and has declined to $18.3 billion or less. It was designed Diamond ball league: Ham club God Church :
ra performances, Golf matches, :
I She Is
r to load
carry a heavy at about this period due to licate bridge tournament Hunting
'k1 k older workers "covered Into" the system with relatively PTA for
; ,1 season; reception teach- Gerald, Jr.Arrangements.
t mall contributions. en, and a Klwanis wild game dinner
//1 g : fer be malntalnadapd that payroll taxes prove sufficient to support and entertainment for the residents

t4 j I the rates of benefits paid out A spokesman of organized thirty :years ago. MILFORD costly remodeling/

: labor recently urged that wages up to $9,400 per year be taxed, I The News quoted a letter from Mllford B. utterly new kitchen
t n j! Instead of the present $4,800 maximum. Though the trustees of D. W. Beardsley (father of J. E.) away the flexibility
hang A La Carte
f the fund believe the system now is actuarially sound, some such who was so favorably Impressedby dry General gas oven
step may later be necessary: to keep it so.Christian. a guide at the Century of Progress !lengthy, Illness. I top, put it between or

( Science Monitor). Art Exhibit in Chicago that The deceased I I .
he asked her name, and learnedshe oven goes, you get the cook.

honorable mention in typography; In I was Martha Williamson, daughter twice the baking capacity.
Its class. of Clewiston resident Fred L. broil at the same time. It',
Various newspapers take Williamson, and remembered here
I I ) Sonny Sez I
ti native to the area for distribution as a sailboat enthusiast. (Note:
'i" 't f I as door prizes Saturday She Is now Mrs. R. V. Allison, too, with simple, fool
.\ evening. Dixie Crystals sugar were Belle Glade), famous Cook and Keep-

Last weekend was a most enjoyable donated by the U. S. Sugar Corpor Two Items from the School you complete freedom in
one for members of the ation as door prizes and were also News column: "Roberta Georgeand meals. Temperature lowers to

\ News staff as we attended the used during the "all Florida meal." Hooky Avant went to Belle without overcooking.
84th annual meeting of the' Florida Mrs. Bowden received a package Glade Sunday night. Hooky forgot Caloric exclusive now. It'i
,- 1 j Press Association: held at Silver of "tap tops"; I won a slalom his money (that was his excuse)
I I Springs. ski ( have a heck of a time and Bertie had to fork over the

: i .' The session opened with a three- getting up on two, much less one) dough. Kinda nervy, eh. Hooky?
I hour clinic on typography by Ed and Betty won a weekend at Marathon (He says she got it back.)"

j 'f 1 I II Arnold one of the top authorities commencing Friday evening "Mary Bush and Glen Etherton

i I .' .'., In newspaperlng in the nation. through Sunday which Includes attended the movies In Belle Gas CO.
;1 I ; Other clinics were equally enlightening meals, deep sea fishing, motel, Glade Sunday afternoon and then
I\' 1 for those of us who try etc.The came back and went to church.
to improve our "weekly] product"Mrs. children enjoyed the eights First time In a year."

..1 I : Bowden has served during at Silver Springs and Six Gun Territory (Ed. Note: Don't blame us.
I the past :year as vice president of <.guest of the managementand Blame the School News editor of

I / the association and I, as a director seem to enjoy them more with 30 :years ago!) Clewhton Fk
i lit from District 2 and chairman each visit as they grow older. The I ,

I r d of the awards committee. While the attraction management spared TWENTY' YEARS AGO

News failed to register In awards nothing In providing red carpet (From Clewiston News,
4 d (mainly because of a reorganization treatment and the association is Nov. 19, 1943)) '
period we did not enter), but planning :to return there next :year A. A. de
for an even gayer 85th anniversary. Gruyther, DFC became 64 Jed-smooth
the neighboring Moore Haven Democrat Commanding Officer of British Luxury CHEVROLET l
published by the News, won Friday night winds up football Flying Riddle Training Field. School Nov. 5 at

for another :year for Tiger fans Ckwlston. Wing
{ and aketball'step. inb the spotlight Commander George Greaves re-
r immediately. turned to England and to active
Custom Tailored duty with the Royal Air Force.
Coach Buren Hall gets a gleamin
: his eye at the mention of basket Fr. TimothY Geary of St. Mar-
+ tt" caret's Church was speaker at the
ball and expects a great season.
P. T. A.
Draperies He will be assisted by Coach Joe meeting
Bundy who will handle the junior Bob Beardsley was commissioned
varsity and Coach Ernie Hill will a Second Lieutenant at Fort Sill,

t Slip Covers manage the freshmen. Okla. His brother, Jim, was alit
The outstanding football record and instructor in
military at the University of Flor-
this year, prospects for an equally
dla and Dan was at Fort Bragg,
Free Estimates good basketball record, coupled N. C. s
with bright outlooks for baseball
and track should make this the Richard Bettor was a major at ,
; ArtcraftUpholstery best overall year In sports for Tiger 25, one of the :youngest In his rankIn p
I rd fans. the U. S. Armv. He and his ,
_ss- brother, George, Dick Pattersonand _
p' The exceptionally large numberof A. 3. KInsey, Jr., were among
fans present at Sunday's tennis the servicemen lucky enough to
exhibition testifies for the expenditure be at home for Thanksgiving.TEN .
812 Avenida Ave.
( of funds In rebuilding the
tennis courts. The use has been YEARS AGO
way beyond expectations with the (From Clewiston News,

Nov. 19, J9S3))

'I 'I Richard Bethea, Tiger star back,
I I ( established a new point making
J'; i.: -=,.. record In the Suncoast Conference
He has 84 points in Conference
.1' Wot h pia,.
. .
Dr. G. L. Beaumont Hendry
,t" County Health Director, told P. T.
1 A. members that examination of
.i i IEFORE you.travel school children's teeth Indicated I
: that fluoridation of the drinking
I. I I, "I write for your free water reduced tooth decay. I

The State Chamber of Commercein
t, I j.: TRAVELGUIDE its annual meeting at St Petersburg .I

I asked Congress to revise sugar
quota laws to permit Florida I:
and Louisiana growers to produce

'I more.sxigar. I Here looks luxury and comfort that .
: are you'd expect
;ryas; Travel the Conpreuway. Peggy Jo Smith and James Mo- to set you back plenty-if they came from anybody modestly priced Biscaynes. And, of course, the nicetiesif
+,4 ,4. with this Travel Guide. :? "-L Ewen were married In the dew- but the people! at Chevrolet. Body by Fisher .
bum First Baptist Church.Bocts You ve got a wealth of power to pick from-engines
;')d Just the size to carry 'In y.e I Fresh-minted styling with clean uncluttered lines from
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To I I Clewiston Ha. THE: CLEWISTON: NEWS Page Three present The Mr.Golden Francis Guide Is coauthoring to Fish--

I Thursday, November 21, 1963 I ,." His wife, Betty, who is his I'I'In
---- accompanied him.
Attend Meet Olson Evangelistic Team from the winner in competition. This quartetIs i iI. typist
Minnesota District During the business meeting the
of the
Assemblies composed of Miss Louise s
of the teenagers of therkwlston of Mary send Christmas
God. to
The s made plans
mar musical team Is group
Slas, Miss
Donna Manning, Dennis
Assembly of God ac-
nationally known In the gifts to the Mental:
youth conventions Postel, and Tommy Akin. This
Pastor Mrs
iompanled by of, the Association.
denomination. quaret is to be singing at the state
KImbrel, will attend the The
F. AU State
James Youth Choir is to
Christ's Ambassador 16th Annual be led by the Rev. William Greene finale i i'I Members attending were Mrs.
Sanksglvin* Convention at the director of music at Abner Vann, Mrs. Foy Durrenc,
Lake Bonny' Tabernacle at Lake- Bible College. The District South-Eastern Altar Society \ Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. George Coleman
( Teen 'I
The convention Is to Talent Mrs. Douglas Ellis, Mrs. George
Florida. Search finals
land, are to be held Bridge Party
held on November 27 and 28. on Thursday Jepson, Mrs. John
he afternoon at 2:30.: The St. Margaret's Altar Society held Johnle
in the Thanksgiving Sugarland Parker Wilson, and Mrs.
featured Quartet
from the Clew. the II
regular monthly bridge partyat
will be the Musical iston Jackson.
-Convention of God Is sectional the home of Mrs. Allen Padgett / Following the meeting :.- !

menu were served by the hostess, !

will Ketchum, Mrs. Tom Owens, and Mrs. James Mrs. Sexton.
Directory present a "Night Miracle at the First Me&bIlePllaU; second row, Mrs. W E. Davidson, I
odist Church on Sunday, December 15 and at I\lr. Betty. Yonnkman. Miss Dora Underwood.
ST. MinflARFTr'S CHURCH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST ClHJRCA'CHURCl! OF GOD Sucarland Auditorium on Tuesday, December Miss Ellse Aytes. Miss Susan Peen and Miss Reduced $60.00
208 North Atlantic Street Highway 720 212 S. Pacific Avenue 17. The non-denominational group has been reLee; back row, Ray Ketchnm, John Btltt, Rev. I
Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor Rev. Joe Coleman keening under the direction of Dr. ... G. Vau.Dnld Denslow, Ken Walker and Dr. Vauihan. I
Clewiston Florida 9.4J: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School biD Jr. Ken Walker will be narrator and Miss Ircel Knedler, Miss Pat Swann and Mrs. Manning Originally $139.50
11:00: a.m.-Morning At Carter were absent when the photo was
the piano.
Larkin L. Connolly Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service: Cheryl Lee will accompany on
Rev. 8:45: p.m.-Training Union 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship a recent practice are, front row, Mrs. Kay :nade.-STAFF PHOTO. Bed and
Masses 8 a.m. & 7:00: p.m. ':-00 P-m.-Evening Worship Wednesday: Sofa

Weekday Mass 7:00 a.m. Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service Mrs. J. W. calved without interference from
First prize was won by
5Sy Day Mass 7:00: p.m. .: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday: dark and the draw prize by Mrs. the Cuban government Help is Author Tells How Matching Chair

CoofesllonS, Saturday from 4 to 5.: COMMUNITY R 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor George Yon. needed by the Cuban Annual Conference
and 7 to 8 p.m. sanERL\N The hostess served mince pie and for the fulfillment of its Turquoise fabric
Henry 407.Royal H. Ford Palm, Minister Avenge COMMUNITY_PENTECOSTAL coffee to her guests. mission in these critical days.A To Write A Book ''with extra arm eovers

THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 9:43 ..m.- undy School HOLINESS CHURCH portion of the offering Sunday -' '
OF 'GOD' 11:00 will also be used in paying Phil Francis, author of a Dumber -
a.m.-Morning Worship South Clewtston Now $79.50
James F. Klmbrel. Faster 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor Hi Haven W.M.U. salaries of exiled Cuban ministers of articles and books on fishing
to congregations of refugees was guest speaker at the meeting 'i
1 Sundar: House 10:00: a.m-Sunday; School assigned Reduced $10.00 weekly
sunder School. 10:00: 6:00 p.m.-We.tm1nater Fellow 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Has Study Program meeting in Miami Methodist of XI Delta Pi chapter of Beta until sold. \ i
Adult Worship. 11:00: shipWednesday:1 7:45: p.m.-Suni'av Evangelistic Churches and t, work with groups Sigma Phi held Wednesday: evening
Youth Worship 11:00: : Wednesday: Japan was the topic of the program of refugees and other Spanish at the'home of Mrs. Joe Sex- Custom draperies. and traverse .. 1
Prayer Hour, 7:00: 7:30 p.m.-Choir\ Practice: 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service study which was presented' speaking people. .rod II
Evangelistic rally; 7:30 Friday: by Mrs. Pat Rich at the regular The commission: set the third ton.Mr.. Francis spoke on the subject: Free estimate
I Tuesday: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 7:43: p.m.-Youth Service'Orchestra meeting of the W. M. U. of HI Wednesday evening aa a regular "
"How to Write Book. He I
Practice: 7:00: APOSTOLIC FAITH Haven Baptist Church: Monday meeting date.BPW a Van Cothern's i
snowed examples of the rough draft
| Wednesday South dewUUw CHURCH OF CHRIST night
Christ's Ambassadors: Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor lOt Sooth Central Avenue Mrs. C. W. Mann presided Assisting of his work, one typed copy for the Custom'.Upholstery j
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Earl: Arnold, Minister with devotionals and reports Members At' publisher, the galley proof returned Phone YU 2-l>831
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 to be corrected and the I
a.m.Preachiag Sunday: of community: missions were
12 E. Ventura Avenue Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Mrs. W. R. Broadrick. Mrs Velma District Meeting final copy: of his latest book. At )
Rev. Leon Fri;. GambreO 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00: a.m.-Worship Story, Mrs. W, J, Jackson: and 1 I
Interim Faster Friday: 7:00: p.m.-Worship. Mrs. H. V. Turner.Refreshments Mrs. Harriett Zauel, president of THE TURKEY I
145: a.m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meet' Wednesday: served in the Japanese the dewlston Business and Professional 1
1100: S.M.-Morning Service tnt 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotion style, were enjoyed by Mrs. Women's Club, and four ,Is symbolic Of Thonliigfy.
Union !
1:45: p.m.-Tra1n1nl Service ST. MARTIN'S- and Bible Study Mann Mrs. W. R. Baxter Mrs. other members of the club at 'ing. Her ,It a lime.when
1.00 p.m.-Evening CHURCH Dora Turner, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. tended the second quarterly meetIng th.wholefomllyget.lo .1 I .
| Wednesday: (Episcopal) FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ':, I
Story, Mrs. W. R. Broadrick and of District a, Florida Federation ,In. .
1:00: j..m.-Officers and Teachers: 207 North Pacific 331 W. Oseeola Avenue reunion Too
at the Seminal Inn, Indian- I
Meeting The Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar Rev. David A. Denslow, Pastor Mrs. W. J. Jackson.Christmas town, Sunday. Belle Glade, Fort often. our thanks are con. l'
1.00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer Sere Sunday Services: 9:43: a.m.-Church: SchoolIce Pierce. Jupiter, Stuart, Pahokee, fined only to this holiday I
7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 11:00: a.m.-Morning service Tea DateIs Riviera Beach, Vero Beach and -when. every day we should offer thanks to Cod for'Hl, ''
145 p.m.-cholr PracticeCALVARY 10:30: a.m. Family Service and 6:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship
: -
Church School. West Palm Beach clubs were also goodness to us-"for he hath mod./him; 'fo bo tin for II', who. ,' I

BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment. 7:30' p.m.-Evening study. Set For Dec. 6 represented at the meeting. knew no sing; thai we might; be mad. lie r/flhfeoi/ineu' of Cod
South ClewUtoa Thursday: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Jackson: In him" II Corinthians .5.21.
Rev. Herb Higdon. Pastor '7:30: ..Cholr Practice: : The Presbyterian Woman's Association I ville, State Membership Chairman,
9,45 a.m.-Sunday School NOamSIDE MISSIONARY is completing plans for was guest speaker. Mrs. Kate Gerhard Community Presbyterian Church
H:00 a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST the annual Christmas Tea which Is of Indiantown conducted a 407 Royal Palm Avenue '
1:00: p,m.-Baptist Training Union :304 N. Francisco Street (Christian) sponsored by this group as the workshop on Civic Participation. HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister
I 100. p.m-Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium first event of the Christmas season. Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, past president 9:45: A.M. Bible School 6:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship- j
I Tuesd y: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School .. John C. Scheffler, Minister The date has been set for Friday Miss Patricia Powers, Miss 11:00: A.M. Worship
I 1.00 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.-Bible School evening, December 6. Evelyn Lee, past president, and "Meaning and Motive"Music ",
I Wednesday: 6:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship I I Mrs. Catherine Brown, past president by the Youth Choir
I 7.30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 7:30: p,m.-Evening Worship Service Plans were completed at the I accompanied Mrs. Zauel tIthe '11' -, I
meeting of the association: held ...
I Thursday: Wednesday: Wednesday: meeting. -- -,. m-- j
'7:30 ,.m. Prayer Service Thursday at the home of Mrs. ,
1 Lit: p.m.-Choir Practice : 7:30: p.m.-Bibb Study
Frank E. ConkH I. The program,
This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: presented by Mrs J. D. McDavid, Audubon Group
was based on the study book.A .
social: hour and refreshments Meets MondayThe H
Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson'slne.Motors followed the business session. Lake Okeechobee Audubon

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November 25, a chalfrom the
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ClewistonFederalKelly which: would conflict: with Thanks
Giddens Furniture RESTAURANT
Study UnderwayA giving. Members are asked to remember
Tractor Co. Store SAVINGS: LOAN ASSTfRoyal's the change: to an earlier
Phone 3-0301: study of Bible prophecy has date this month. The meeting will
It's Easy: to Pay begun on Thursday evenings at be at 7:30: in the social hall of the I
Giddens Way" Inc. the Fellowship Hall of the Clewis- First Methodist Church.Mr. Shelby'sHomeMade :
The Clewiston News Th ton Assembly of God. The study is and Mrs. Wm T. Stltt who
.- to begin at 7:30: p.m.
recently returned from a trip to
An outline of the study will be Texas will show picures which they Pies ; I II
given to each: person who attends. mad on that trip, including many .
This study non-secterlan and nondenominational of Big Bend National Park near
Enjoy in nature. Only the the :Mexican border. There will be I
Bible is to be used along with the pictures of birds not seen In this Coconut Cream!
list of Bible references. i
area, Including road runner and
Pastor James F. KImbrel will the vermllllon flycatcher and other Lime "
Key !
lead the study on Thursday, November scenic: landscape shots. 1
Thanksgiving Dinner 21.Cuban. The public is invited; Garden
clubbers: particularly may enjoy Blueberry!I" ', '!

Aid Goal Of this meeting. Banana Cream!f ,,' I J ... !


At TheClewistoil Methodist GroupThe Clewiston' Artist Apple! ,Cherry! ,'. t. i

Methodist Commission on Completes Course Pecan! '
Lemon! '
Inn Missions met at the home of the WESTPORT, Conn. Mrs.: :MyrnaF ', l !
chairman, Mrs. Gordan Crofut Henry, Route 1, Clewlst n. Fla., Chocolate! :. : "
Monday evening. Brought to the has completed her three year : t "
attention of the group was the special course with the Famous Artists ; :
offering Sunday In Methodist Schools of Westport Connecticut Boston Cream! 1If'

Churches: in the Southeastern Jurisdiction Mrs. Henry specialized In commercial :'

Cuban..People.for "Our" Ministry to the home art study and school.Illustration* with this Whole Pies to Take Out ,

Tbt Commission was told that Directing: the art courses: is a K f. ,: I
money.!* .transmitted monthly by faculty of distinguished artiste $1.25 ': ;
An individual turkey righton the Methodist Board of Missions among whom are Norman Rockwell : ..
through the Bank of Canada, and Albert Dome and Jon Whitcomb. "

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I( Owens Nipper, Wanda Hen-
I Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiiton. :FU.Thursday. Births I Kay
Page Mr. Vann Appointed Maddox, Carol Jean
November 21, 1963 Mr. and Mrs. W A. Moore, Jr.Dorothy ,. I Richard
Rainbow Barfield, Ethelyn Lang,
III I -. Deputy For We make buttonholes, sharpen
Vann was appointed ( Roland) announce the Dupree, Harold Conrad, Tom! Lu scissors, carry aU
Mrs Hortense
I I Grand Deputy for. the Order of birth of, a girl, Melinda 18, weighing Lee on Duvall, Sharon Dunning, Glenda parts, and repair all 'makes of sewing
Monday November machine,
PosteU .
Judd, Barbara
Girls in Florida, by the
''I Mrs Leta Mc- eight pounds, six ounces Mr. and Patients remaining Josephine SEWING MACHINE
I Inspector
Supreme CENTER
n Mrs Moore reside at Altamonte Maddox, O. A. Anderson, Carol
Minn. Mrs McMinn made an unofficial -
: omen .1 visit to the Clewtston Assembly Springs, Fla Barfield Jean Barfield Thomas Hillls.. Tomi! SW. 3rd Street, Belle
j i Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lu Duvall, Agnes Bigg. Malcolm 116 Glade Phone Wy 6-32GQ;
announce the birth of a daughter Harold Conrad, Martha
l Mrs Vann will succeed: Mrs. Tuesday, No- Egg We sell new and used
Beverly Merle ion sewing
Eddyc machines
Thomas Ethelyn
: ,
I Mary McGraw, of Belle Glade, retiring I
I I II weighed six
Grand Deputy The four Assemblies vember 19 The baby ]I!I Currie, Richard Dupree, Anniei

I, !, in her area are Pahokee, pounds on atHendry General I i i Brantiey, Kay Owens Nipper Howard ---

j ji : M4t, Kx Belle Haven Glade, dewiston end Moore I .Hospital.Mr and Mrs...Scott Fry of Haw.,,I da Judd Barrett Barbara, Wanda PosteU Hendry, Milford, Glen- -
thorne announce the birth of a son,i
Mrs. McMlnn honor guest at Minton, Sharon Dunning.
was .
I Monday, November 18 in a Gainesville
; a dinner at the Pit Room of the hospital. The bahy weighed! ,, IMAGINiIlFor
i Glades Restaurant prior to the seven and one-half pounds and has Members of the Itawkins-Kirk- !!
Assembly meeting Joining Mrs. been named Gregory Scott. I I Gordon Post 44185 and Auxiliary
i McMinn and her husband, Harry Mr. and Mrs Robert Barker are will cooperate with Fry Hardwareand
McMlnn at the Pit Room were the B&B Super Market, in
the proud parents of a daughter?:
Mr and Mrs. Carlos Dickey, Mr. Diana Lynn, who weighed seven selling Christmas trees this year. only ONE.,premium of $50.00 you can in.
; ti yati and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and "I'The mutual project! decision was
I II' Mrs. Larry Lee, H. N. Godby, Mr. pounds arrival, seven November and one-half 14th in ounceson Hen- reached Tuesday night sure your child (age 0-14)) for $1,000. Life protection
Leslie Carlton, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle,
I and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Vann- dry General. Hospital.Mr. until age 21 t I
xc and Mrs. Robert Harris are
members of the Rainbow Advisory
j 9 S nA.t Board.At the proud parents of a son, Robert with Employers Life Insurance Co. of America.
Patrick, who was born in Hendry Did You Know?
the Assembly meeting Mrs.McMinn .
Emily Jo Batey and Barbara Royal General Hospital bn November 14th
I' addressed the members and weighed eight pounds, four You can get See
on What it Means to be a Rainbow
1 Rainbow Initiates Two New Members ounces.Mr .
Girl, and a very Inspirational -
and Mrs. Wilbur Posters are
f Emily Bate, and Barbara Joe worthy advisor, presided at the talk, which was greatly en- the proud parents of a daughter, Bar-B-Q to GO!
I Royal: were Initiated into the Order ceremony. Joyed by the group. The girls were who was born Wednesday November BeardsleyNashInsurance
A of Rainbow for Girls by the Refreshments were served after commended on the efficiency of 20, in Hendry General HospitaL
t. the Initiation by Mrs. Abner H. their work.Following. The baby weighed seven pounds,
Oewlston Assembly at its Novem-
Vann and Mrs. John T. Branaman.BookerDixon the meeting the girls four ounces '
ber meeting. Diane Rackstraw, served brownies, cookies: and hot A AgencyPhone
J /) chocolate. "'"'"!'
A ( HOSPITAL NOTES YU 2-7501 Clewiiton

Glade Roofing Co. Stars Honor Patients admitted-Joyce Tatum, NEW OFFICE HOURS S AM. U I rJL
AO Type at Roof and The engagement and approachIng Mrs. Fay Baker, C. E. Bailey, Annie -
Sheet Metal Work marriage of Miss Elizabeth Grand InspectorMrs. Brantley, Milford Minton, Robert Phone YU 2-9322
I New Csvctraettoa er Sharon Booker to Kenneth Qulllan I
Jeter, Robert McDaniel, Jr;? 5 I'
Repair Jobs Dixon is being announced this Ona Mae Stephens of :Marl-
I week anna, associate grand conductressof : <<:
I Phone 2-7111
Miss Booker, a former student the Grand Chapter of Florida
,I Day or Evenings of dewiston High School, is the Order of Eastern Star, paid an official
P. O. Bas 1241CLEWISTON. daughter of Mrs. Ralph Flowers, of visit to the dewlston chapter
i FLA. dewlston, and M. D. Booker, of Thursday. She was serving as
Roseville, California. Her fiance 'I' deputy for the Grand Matron in FIVE BIG DAYS -
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther inspecting: the chapter.Accompanying .
Dixon of South Oewifton. : her was Put
: An early December wedding is Grand Matron, Mrs. Perla Rogers, Thru Tuesday, November 26
being planned. and also here for the occasion was
Mrs. Madge Taylor of Belle Glade,

; :i1Jt"... Happy Birthday grand A banquet Instructor was of given the at district the Pit

nunHey..11-22-23 Nov. 21: Charlotte Land, Zelma Room of Glades Restaurant prior
'1 Adams, Mrs Leslie Hansen, Elissa to the meeting. Here a harvest
_, 2 DIG HITS! Hundertmark, and John Milton I theme was used as the Stars gathered Af4.JVEMA.1JI
'i Long to do special honor to the SALEHOUSE
"ABOUND WOLD IN A DAZE" visitors.At .
I distinguished
Nov. 22: Mrs Daily Tompkins,
; THREE STOOGES Bryan F. Bergeron. Jr., Campbell the chapter room, baskets of
;t,... E. Nail Eleanor Kehoe. chrysanthemums and crotons were.
KING SOLOMON'S MIN E" used in decorations.: A clever courtesy
Nov. 23: G. H. Small, Mrs. A. H
I If' ...;<" King. honored Mrs. Stephens and
; was formed in the colors of the
," Sun-Mon-Tne N... Z4-2S-26 Nov. 24: Elizabeth Bowden, MaryM. BONUS BABY
Star, each unfolding to form a
; Markette, PLANTS
Philip Barton Earl
I'oj flower and revealing a Bible which : 5-lbs. I
WWII'IoIfNnflt' ree Hlngson, Ida Rider, Gall Thompson .
I had been concealed in the closed! PARRAKEETS
1 U Dick Baker, James B. Hendry. flower Large Selection Sheep Manure
'"III i iilm I
'J- : OI Nov. 25: M. C. Keen, Sr., Herman
During the evening the chapter
: Dyesi, Mrs W. :K. Archer, Grape Ivy Free $1.00 each
I made a donation to the Masonic
; I Adule, Only-::No One Under 14 Paul Emrlch.; i Home and to the Estarl fund, a PodocarpusPothus 20% t
; 't:'. Nov.. 26: Sherwood mall Mrs national project to aid worthy students Marble Queen with $3 or more with purchase
Bonnie Patterson, Sharon Walker.
I I II" itJ''r Harris. training for religious leader- Neanth :- Bella Palm purchase of plants of bird cage
I"r See TV's "DR. KILDARE"
DiffenbachiaDracena off
'" I Richard Chamberlain, Nov. 27: Geneva Taylor ship.Decorations appropriate to the
!la tbk story Nov. 28: Hilda Brantiey, Ann fall season, in flowers, candles and
Miller, Marion L. Ange, Henry croton leaves used in the Prodocarpus
were Special! FROMCANADA

a''. i Combe-Wed. nth thru 21 Keechl.: Jr. dining served area after where the refreshmentswere meetingMr. And Others Buy Now & Save I PEAT MOSS

d Mr. and Mrs. William Park of
i' i "THE V. I. P.'S" and Mrs Ralph Ford, as
Richmond, Ky. have returned to
worthy patron and worthy matron,
Richard Barton Taylor spend the winter season at their presided in the East. Among those 1 cu. ft. BALE reg. $ 1.30 now 98c
trailer home at Ehrlich's Trailer Aluminum lawn edging, 4"x40 1.39 6 ft.
y Park. assisting with the special arrangements cu. BALES reg $5.95 now $4.95
1 for the visit were Mrs. Sprinkler can 12 qt. plastic 1.79 Packaged in coated
heavy plastic
Carlos Dickey, Mrs. R. H. Craw Seven Garden Dust ALL PURPOSE
I ford Mrs. O. A. Anderson, Mrs.R. bags for easy storage
African Violets
E. Shaw, and Mrs. L. E. Lee. blooming 1.95

; CHRISTMAS BAZAAR I I I At Annual MeetingOf Azaleas in bloom 1.79

State Chamber BONUS ALL

{ Nov. 22.4.8 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and SPECIAL OFFERGet 5-lbs.
Mr. end Mrs. W. H. Lanler were Wild Bird Seed
:; t Nov. 2310 A.M. 8 P.M. the In Tampa weekend for attending several the days annual over this $1.25 Value with purchase of BIRD BATHS

meeting of the Florida State Chamber Pruner for only . 251 Bird Feeder,

I BECK MOTORS SHOWROOM of. Vaughn Commerce.Mr. is a. director: of the with the purchase of both hang for up type, 3 25 20% off
state organization. Among the 6-oz. package of
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the president of the United States, Black Leaf 40
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I America''* Most Effective Rose
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Mr. and Mrs: J. J. Geiger and Garden Spray 8-oz. reg.
<' j Clewi.ton Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann were Insect Spray, Sunniland Citrus Spray pt. reg. 98c .79

l I visitors in West Palm Beach Sunday both for* only 2.94 Sunniland Keel I on, 3-lbs. reg. 98c ,.79
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: ; i ;", 1 \\lfJ :"i 730 Eat Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Only one coupon per gun please.

Offer expires Nov. 26 1963
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I Time to Plan _, Fla. Thursday THE,Q.EWISTON November 31,NEWS 1983fWi Page Five

H I Christmas with the certainty Mailingraced that I SE-LF SERVICE SHOE STORE i

ChriStmas 1963 will set an all-time ,
of Christmas
record for mailing
W cards I and gifts. Postmaster A. W
B Mtoday requests cooperation In FIRST
KJttDUil "Mail Early] for Christ
mil" campaign.I
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The Postmaster Mid "Here are A t
things to watch to be sure that '_ '
: &
Christmas card and gift
lockage will be delivered before

Christmas Eve:
I First, check over ;your Christ-
card and gift list very care- k'
fu8y complete-be certain with full each name address, street Ju With $ or more
Socks 5
Band number, city, state and ion Free
lor ZIP Code number. Each PurchaseOpen
I "Second, stock up soon on sturdy
material for ;your gift "
packages.. Including wrapping papier i !. Sundays p.m. to 7 p.m.
corrugated cartons, strong I
Icord and paper adhesive tape. MRS. FRED SIKES AND
MRS. FRED VANCIL. members .f the
B "Third, buy your; postage stamps ClewUton Garden Club, look ever some of the Items which will Ladies Fall Dress Heels Ladies and 1
DOW Be sure to use the colorful] be Mid darin, their Christmas Bazaar The bazaar will be held
new five cent Christmas Tree at Beck Motors showroom' en Friday and Saturday, Net. M and
sumps on ;your c rdiI MS 4 to I p.m. ea Friday and 10 a.m. until I p.m. en Satarda,. sfe Famous Brands Children'sSHOES;

"Fourth, procure free labels STAFF PHOTO P' M Sizes 4 to 10
office which read
your post
|"AD for Local Delivery" and "All
for Out-of-Town Delivery" so that > I
ITOU sort your Christmas cards
oho, two groups, with addresses anI 3'4 25*
facing delivery.one way, thus Insuring fast LOCALS .

"Fifth, be sure that ;your full I Ii
mine and address Is on all of;your 1 Values per: pair ,
card envelopes and I :
shipping Christmas labels and be doubly lureIIIl11clude.7OU1 Mrs.M. V.GJotfell.1accompanied: Broadfoot visited her daughteMrs. to $10.95 Specially grouped on tablesMen's
ZIP Code number Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sage to Bus Earl E. Wllklson and family None Over $5
return:address.". Us, Saturday and visited her slater. and Mrs. King, her son, A, Wayne _, .
a The your Postmaster especially: requests Mrs. H. D. Strickler over Sunday.1 King, and wife. They both enjoyedthe
Wr. and Mrs. Sage were guests of I Homecoming activities at
that Christmai mailings be
their daughter's family Mr. and Florida State University durin
made so that all cards and gift
Mrs. Nick Roth, Jr., and Jan and I their stay.
going to distant points Work Shoes
packages Julia. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail
mailed by December 10th.nose
ue for local destinations shouldbe Mrs. Thomas B Owens, Kay enjoyed the weekend at Fort Lau-
Owens, Denna Wood and Mrs. RuthB. derdale.Mr. .
mined at least a week before
Owens visited Mrs. H. R. LambIn and Mrs. A. W. Terrell of!
Christmas. Okeechobee on Sunday.Mr. Baldwin, Fla. are visiting their!
and Mrs. A. M. (Red) Smithof daughter! Mrs Floyd Andrews and '* Sizes 6 to 12 ..
Akron, Ohio, have returned for Mr. Andrews, for a week. II $5, '
the winter season and are at homeIn Mr and Mrs. Corky Hornsb Neoprene ,
For Sale their trailer and children of Orlando, visited< Cushioned: insole y
Mrs M. L. Goodwin returned Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hornsby and
Tuesday from Tampa where she Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly the and Arch I
Palace house trailer. 28 has been since early September to first of the week.
be with her sister, Mrs. Mae B. Mrs W. P. Jernlgan and Mrs. 6" Cork Sole $6

x 8'. Excellent condition Stebblns, who underwent major W. C. Prewitt spent the weekendIn 8" Lace Boots I
surgery. Mrs. Goodwin's husband Gainesville. Mrs. Jernlgan via-. a
Completely furn i ish e d. passed away August 18th with a Ited her daughter, Mrs. Ed Milton { Values to $14.95t
heart attack and she has been and family, returning little $
$1195. See Jack Fritchey away since that time. Mrs. Steb- Cindy Milton who had visited with Famous Brand 8fc
bins has sufficiently recovered to her two weeks In Clewiston Mrs.
at the Highland Queen or accompany Mrs. Goodwin home for Prewitt spent the time with her
a visit IOns and daughter-in.law, David
Phone YU 21632. Mrs A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs. Prewitt. and Mr. and Mrs. Mathew .
A. H. King returned Monday from Prewitt. Ladies and Men's
a ten day stay In Tallahassee. Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.John Blackwell and Men's and Big Boys'Casual
chlldren have returned from Lake I ( "
land and are again residing 1 In Rubber Field Boots
Clewiston.Mr. & Dress Shoes
and Mrs. E. C. Mills Jr., of .
Indlantown and Canal Point spent
Our Sincere the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs
E. C Mills,Sr The E.C Mills, Jr. Assorted :
family itlll lives In Indlantown, but $1 I
will move to Canal Point, where hIs Sizes '
employed by U. S. Sugar Corp., $466 .
when housing can be arranged. and Colors I .

$2 !I

Car Remove Owners Keys UrgedTo Large Selection 1 .,,?"J,(',.', i.

Values\to\ $10.95 ,
Members of the Clewlston Police
have Department are urging! local: motorists $3 Men's Sizes 6 to 12
the reception we Sizesr6 to 12 A's to EEE's
to remove keys from their :
Ladies Sizes 5to 9
cars each time they park the veilcle. -
: There Ilea been a recent
the 'Gladesl!
received in "rash" of car theft In dewlston
and the entire state, from the Influx Ladies & Misses Children's FavoriteCowboy
of migrant and winter visitors
Saturday,Al Fnller'e.. ear wastotal Boots
from the Bus parkinglot
and was later reoevered by Lo BootsAnd
the ATOM Park police wise arrested j
r We InviteYou I .
the intoxicated De""
While cars may be wired to bypass .
the switch few take the time Oxfords $077 ;
for such an operation and prey on
cars with the key still In the switch.:
to use our modern drive-in U by any chance your car ia stolen, J
you are urged to contact the police, $177
confidential sheriffs office or Highway Patrolat i'i'LADIES
and -
banking facilities once as each passing minute I
puts additional miles between the !
car: and Clewiston. to \'
Loan j
installment Department. $2.95 Sizes .

(,. "y'y 1J/il 1 5to8 ;
S ,
) to 12
Sizes 4 to 10 _

[Open! to ServeYou I KNOWS A LOT ABOUT CanvasJust Big Boys'p

TO ADMIT IT.V \f Lo Boots I

thru Thursday Oxfords
Monday Only

9:30: a.m. until 3:00: p.m. Young I':

Friday, 9:30 a.m. until 5:30: p.m. r 87'.Value.$2.95 to $5 Spanish Hen Boots fr ,

1 Ladies Sizes 4-10 1 It

Glade"Helpful Large Selection Size 6 to 12
Bank of Belle Drive Slow and Lire Children Sizes Bold masculine, comfort, sleek, slim lines, neolite )
S to 8 -8tf to 12-12tf to 3 soles, built-up western heel

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Self Service Shoe ,
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SIx THE CLEWIST'ON' NEWS Clewiston Fla. an excellent job with this event, Wilson Lumber ."""""".18 1 21s Parkinson Tells : ---....
imaginationand Canebrake .. ... 15'' 24/ 50 10
u Thursday, November 21, 1963 which showed great I """""" by 2 bedroom
forethought The next event Hare Lumber ....."",,,,,,, 14 26Ia
I couldn't stop Lee Davis or Micky win be held December 8, 1963. Series Scratch Club Of GrowthIn Double Door Refrigerator
i il Williams they had to settle for Watch the dewlston News for a Leona White ...."""""""",............ 429
Football so honors. detailed announcementJunior Charlsle Wilson """"'.".....".,........ 428 Many extras
(P : .F Flag .I second The Warriors place finished way aheadof Polly McLendon ",,,.,,..,,............... 425 Fort DenaudHarvard 3,950 Financing
IU Scratch Arranged
the Angels for third place as Game
.' WOODY the Angels couldn't seem to get on Class Romps Charlsie Wilson ,,,,,.,,..,..,,............. 171 S. Parkinson, count;
1 their feet for a win. Over Seniors 41.0A JoAnn Spurting """",....."........... 170 commissioner from district 3 (Fort CLEWISTON TRAILER
The League Champion Jets fit- A playoff will be held this week Leona White ....""""".."...,............ 188In Denaud area) was guest speakerat I YSALES, |Inc
Ishrd up their regular season with with all four teams competing to large crowd was on hand Friday Series Hdep. the Rotary Club's luncheon for the lest &
I two wins last week to give them i a who will be declared the play night to see the Junior girls Sarah Cato _...?."...."....."'...._... 564 meeting Monday. He discussed the 830 E.
final record of 10 wins against 3 off see champions.Last defeat the Senior girls in a powder- Wanda Spur11n ,.._................... 549 growth of the area along the Caloosahatchee Sugarland Hwy. yu ?.0 GGj
losses. The Jets finished up three week's results: puff football game 41-0. Nita Johnson _..___.___ 539HI River between LaBefle
i games ahead of the second place Nov. 12: Devils 19, Comets 13, Shlela label lead the victors in Game IIdep. and the Lee county line. This
I Rebels. However, the Rebels hada Warriors 20, Angels O. scoring with four touchdowns and Bernice Chr1stlansen ._..._,.._.. 215 scenic stretch has become a popu -=
pretty rough time gaining sec Nov. 14: Devils 31, Angels 0; two extra points, for a total of 28 Leona White ......?...?._?__. 210 lar spot for wealthy retirees who ........
t I ond place when they met the Warriors vs. Comets (both for- points; Sara Joe Cato scored a JoAnn Spurting _?..?..__. 209 enjoy the beauty of the area and
t Chargers last week in the deciding feited). touchdown and a point after; Mar have constructed very: substantial Acreage For Sale
t game Both teams went into the gie Howard scored a touchdown; LAKE BOWLING LEAGUE homes there.
game with 6-6 records: but the LEAGUE STANDINGS Sally Oliphant and Judy Watson Team Standings (polntssU. ) The Denaud area is the location:
I outcome was decided when Greg MIDGETS added extra points. S. Sugar (Clewlston) ___30 of the county's oldest citrus groves 2h to iy sections
I Miller scored a touchdown and extra Team W. L. Shiela made one of her touch- Froetle ............____ 24 and the fruit from the area has
II point in the last two minutes Jets .- H 10 3 downs on an 80 yard run. Joann W. T. Grant Co. _...._ 23 long been onted for Its exceptionally $125.00 per acre
I to give the Rebels a 21-20 win. Rebels T 8 Crawford spent so much time in HI Team Set fine flavor, said Mr. Parkinson. upDADEMONROE
All four teams are paired off in Chargers 6 7 the Senior backfield, she was almost U. S. Sugar (Clewlslon) 2,596Ill There has been extensive development
a playoff this week to see who Tigers ___ 3 10 considered a member of their Team Game and expansion of groves in
I will be the playoff champions. JUNIORS team; she was outstanding on defense. U. S. Sugar (Clewlston) 908 the area, and the increasing valueof REALTY
,I Last week's results: Team W. L. Sally Oliphant and Sara HI lad Set the lands and construction of: 309 W. Sugarland Hwy.
I Nov. 11: Rebels 18, Tigers 0; Devils, .-?-.__-- 11 2 Joe Oliphant were offensive stars Sidney Smith ..___ _,599 homes will raise the assessed valuation phone YU 3-2941
Jets 19! Chargers 6 Comets ____.__ 8 t along with Shlela. Ill lad. Game of the county, and thus relieve
I j'1 Nov. 13: Jets 27, Tigers 0; RebI' Warriors ? .. 6 7 : The game was entertaining and Gardy Waters _......._____ 222 the tax burden on the businesses -
I I ; ell 21, Chargers 20. Angels ? .. 0 13 rather "rough and tough" at timesas Mea Over ZOO In the urban area where It -
i Cheryl Waters and Chris Kelly Harry Vaughn _? ?. ?? .. 200 is now the heaviest said the com -
J The Devils are: ch'.mploD.; of the received minor injuries. John Pelham .? __ 208 missioner.Mr. FRANK TILLIS
Junior League as they finished up Jim WIRfams 208 Parkinson then discussed the
i : regular season play with an 11-2 Hank Andrels r!?? .? ???. 209 application of the State Road Department Phone 924-5660. Pahokee
; record. The Comets failed in their \\iiiM Bowling LeaguesHAPPY Sidney SmIth ?? ???? 214 (at the request of Hendry Fla.
bid for the league championshipwhen Bob Pearce 212 county commissioners) to Install an Representing Howell IVilmoth & Associates

J they lost to the Devils last Xn BOWLING 'LEAGUE Gardy W.terl' 'c?, .:-,?. ? 222 80-foot horizontal clearance bridge 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach
I Tuesday by a 19 to 13 score. The A&W: Root Beer won four games, over the Caloosahatchee at De- MORTGAGE LOANSAt
I Comets' could have won both their HORNSBY WINSGYMKHANA led by Frances Carlin, who had a naud. He reviewed the history'of
j remaining games and tied the scratch series of 507. The team had. the bridge, saying the old one-lane, Interest Bates You Can Afford
j Devils for first' place, but they a 1,628 series. .... High School band-operated bridge had been Inherited ACREAGE RANCHES FARMS
EVENTDriving Team Standings from Lee county when RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
'I Potashnick-Badgett ..._. 43 ItA&W Hendry county was created, and i
his worthy red TR-3 Root Beer _._ 21 19 News Notes, that it had been condemned and MORTGAGE INSURANCEYour
with a smooth and easy precision, Dan's Dragline Service .... 19 21 torn down about two years ago Business is Appreciated
: I, I r gJ.urfncJi Ed Hornsby won the Glades Sports Glades Restaurant 18 24 Thanksgiving holidays will be observed Since that time the county with .
Car: Association November Gymk. iii Ind. Hdcp. Game November 28 and 29 accord- the aid and on the advice of the
tana. Ed's driving showed the construction department of State
Bonnie Brasher __ 211
to James E. Brandon,
i t, : value of smoothness and consistency Frances Carlin __ 209 Ing supervising I Road Department had made efforts

rl.iil as oppoeed to spectacle in Ernestine Leavitt _?._ __... 208 principalThe I to secure a satisfactory,
\ Iriving. Second place went to Ronnie ffl Ind. Scratch Game second 6-weeks of school usable bridge, which could be paid Frank DenmeadRealtor
Lee in his AustlnHeaJ3000, Frances Carlln ? 194 ends : Nov. 25. for out of secondary road funds
a combination always hard to beat Ernestine Leavitt 172 Monday and serve for several years until
in a Gymkhana. Jeff Nash, who had Bonnie Brasher ___ 156 the county can build a permanent
basketball will
The teams
,J! just traded his TR-3 for an Austln- IB lad. Hdcp. Series Tiger bridge, which will cost an approximately
into action December 6, with
r Healey the day before, drove his Ernestine Leavitt....?.,?.._, ._ 600 swing in Ft. Meade, according to half million dollars, at the Exclusive Listing
I rWf I new car to a well-earned third frances Carlln __.....,.-.- 552 a Coach game Buren Hall. The complete present time. The SRD located: abridge
: place. 'BonnIe Brasher __.....?- -.. 530 schedule will be carried in the near Fort Pierce which is
i For Sale Harlem Funeral Home
being removed from AlA and can ,
Betty Ann Francis showed her IU Scratch Ind. Series News the first week in December.
'r kill as a Gmykhana navigator and Frances Carlln .. .???..?. ... 507 be bought for f 100.000, the Corps
won first place in this category: op. Ernestine Leavitt.? .? .... ... 492 Seniors of Engineers denied the application Brand new concrete block building. Over 4000 square
are now accepting orders of SRD to Install the bridge, feet. Extra large Lot. Three bedroom famished
: Abner H. Vann crating from the driver's seat of Bebe Watkjns, ?- 420 for this year's annual which
: : the MG-B driven by her husband, will be sold for $4.00 each and must but after insistent protests on the apartment in rear of building. This building will
r" Phil Francis. Second place navigator LADIES OF LAKE part of residents and government
Ph {IAII MIM be reserved.,No additional annuals I make an excellent grocery store, clothing store, or
was Gene Jackson, whose BOWLING LEAGUE bodies and civic groups, with the
Won Lost ire being purchased so persons : assistance of legislators and the many other businesses. Excellent price and terms.
f t YU 2-5971 1 driver was Ronnie Lee. In third Team Interested
are urged to place their
,1 I .-- IM/YUYCI place for navigation was Betty Old South __..__ 24H 15Vi' order a Congressional delegation the matter Exclusive with :
IJ, I..v' Ballard of Fort Myers, working Sport( Shop __...... ..23 17 ODce.Urged ; has been reopened tor public
j State t Firm Uf tniimnc Company. with Ed Hornsby in his TR-3. 'arklnson's ..__ 22ft 17Va waring
i Horn*Olflct. Bloomington, ,Illinois.. The Gymkhana Committee of,U. S. Sugar Corp. ...?.- 22 18 Mr. Parkinson invited all who FRANK DENMEAD Realtor
::1, Raymond Yon and Bud Weaver did I Baldree's _..................... 20 20Ii to Support can do so, to attend the hearingin ,
Fort Myers November' 29,
I' 813 E. El PasoAve.YU :
when the Corps of Engineers will
} Cross State Canal receive testimony on the bridge
Ii jl c ALL 3 NEW, ALL 3 DIFFERENT, Agriculture Commissioner Doyle : application. 2-3421

Conner urged the members of I Frank Polhin, program chairman "It t Pays to Deal 'with a Realtor"
Florida's Farm Bureau Federationto Introduced the speaker and
ALL 3 RAMBLER President Carl Hornsby conducted
::1 support the cross-state barge : the business meeting Carlos
I canal In a speech to the group'sannual :
; I ;Ji _._ -i '''' nv convention In Panama City. I Dickey reported on progress of
1 plans for beautification of Central
Conner said that the proposed
awauuwaxtu Avenue between Ventura and the
"" canal from the Atlantic to the Gulf Good Residential Sites
; ; i R' laatalexacuaaraa highway, and asked for donationof
rL: promises lower costs on cattle
: Ps feeds imported from the MidwestHe plants which are on the landscaping
{ to. plans.Sugarland. Are week
{ also suggested that farmers join getting scarcer each
rural businessmen In promoting the
: economic welfare of their areas. Pharmacy
Three sales made last week
The Florida Farm Bureau, said
Conner is the natural vehicle tor PIZZAYU
: consolidating the Interests of rural Further reduces selectionIf
\ : communities with those of its 2-3311
,, '...,*-. farmer members.
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other volume la the University of. Clewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven .

((C)Ltr4S S 1/FjIIE/ D'q 11 hSi> Among Newest ArrivalsIn Mysteries the Michigan modern series world on; "Fundament the history of Thursday, November 21, 1983 I

PHONE YUkon 2-1201 -- -.--,. of Photography," by Paul E.

g55FIED; RATES: Four cenu FOR SALE-Palace house trailer, Public LibraryTwo Boucher, a comprehensive book '-

word per insertion. 70 cents 28'x8'. Excellent condition, completely new mysteries and the latest that carefully explains photograph Harlem News :

*um? charge; four three.Insertions furnished, 1195.: See Jack novels by Pearl S. Buck and Thomas theory and practice from the use

,for the price of Fritchey at the Highland Queenor B Costal are included among of hand camera to the Intricate

pcnons whose name appear 163 WEEKLY AND MORE for r" Phone YU 2-1632. Ito the new books placed on the shelve processes of motion picture work; Events and News Of Our Colored Community I
I Classified ads may picktm liable of the Clewlston Public Library "The Human Body; It's Structureand

pisses to the Dixie. CryKi customers man in or dewlstan.woman to service James E. Brandon this week according to the librar Operation," by Isaac Asimov: MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA> Colored News Editor .

Theatre compliments ofBttNews part time. No Investment Fun or FOR SALE-Remington 12 gauge an, :Mrs. Alice Ford. and "The Ocean River," by Chapin f

and Theatre. Pa.se.Ed Watkins Products Inc. Write shotgun model 11; one 8-month The mysteries are Agatha Chris and Smith, which is a scientific Phone YU 2.7651' I

t be called for before Wed P. O. Box Dept N-3 old male Chihuahau, one Easylift tie's latest, "The Mlrro Crack'd and historical story of the Gull ,
2447. Memphis, Tenn. CONVENTION NOTES pital. The baby weighed < Ibs.. 12 '
today. Trailer hitch, complete with brake In which Miss Marple finds a per Stream. ,,
WANTED-Typing; to do in my Rev. Joe Coleman Phone 2-3091 feet opportunity to indulge in the The library is located on the The thirty ninth annual session oz. and has been named Devon

home. Mary Torbert 333 So. At- 313 Commerclo. Decl2' particular kind of unraveling at second floor of the Nlckell BuildIng of the Klsslmmee Valley Everglades Dell.
lantlc. Ph. YU 2-781. Nov appreciation for Korea that "The and is open every Monday. Missionary Baptist Association Mr and Mrs. William Carter are D
R'EAl iESJATE 21p 410 STEVENS double barrel shotgun Distant Clue," the latest Pam and Wednesday, and Friday from 7 to and Woman's Convention the proud parents of a son, Timothy *

Dr. Gordon Allison 3 inch chamber $3000 Jerry North mystery by Richard 9 p.m., and every Tuesday, Thursday convene at the First Baptist born Nov 14 at Hendry Gen

Remington 20 gauge pump Wliu and Frances Lockrldge. and Saturday from 2:30: to 5:30p. : Church Immokalee, Fla., :Rev. H. eral Hospital. The baby weighed Ilbs.

lAND GREATER THAN SPARE TINME INCOME-Refill- master model 870 with case $65.00. "The Living Reed" is the title of m. Nichols, host pastor November 20 .. 3 01., at birth.

VER for houses, acreage bust Ing and collecting money from New condition, H! Airflow innerspring the latest novel by Pearl Buck. It through 24, 1963. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith announce

ses. we have customers wait- NEW TYPE high quality coin op. mattress $14.95. Two small brings the same understanding and Theme: "Christ Is the Answerfor the birth of a daughterNov.

list your property with us. erated dispensers in this area. No electric heaters, Zenith 21 inch appreclalon: for Korta that "Th This Disturbed World." 18 at Hendry General Hos

t Beardsle;. Ph. YU 2-750L tic selling To qualify; you must have console type. TV $5000. Ross La Good Earth" did for China. Cos- Boys in Service Officers: Rev. O. D. Williams, pital. The baby has been named

car, reference $600 to $1900 cash Byer. 1tp tain's latest "The Last Love," Is moderator; Rev L V. Williams, Mavis Delores and weighed 8 Ibs.,

HEAL ESTATE Seven to twelve hours weekly can FOR a novel about Napoleon in exile. first vice moderator; Rev. W. M. 10 oz.
RTIISlDE home or investment net excellent monthly Income. More SALE-51 Ford and 2 bulls, One other novel "Scandalou Bouyer, second vice moderator;
months old
priced considerably un- full time. For personal Interview reasonable. Betty John," by Richard Gardner tells .* I Rev. W. F. Anderson, recording i
pperty. Eubanks Ri. 2 Box CHURCH NEWS
write P. O. Box eI
market. 4185 Pittsburgh 2, lston. the: story of a modern knight-errant secretary; Rev. A. Drayton. corresponding
RIHSIDE 8 bedroom frame Pa. Include phone number. Up itp )last of the great trail-bosses. secretary: ; Rev. El ML Calvary Baptist
- added r 'Wright statistical secretary :Rev. Kev. L. M. Kitchens
>jniUhed. Immaculate.: Non-fiction titles this week ;
ItTHSIDE: 2 bedroom frame MAN WANTED to manage and op Delude a history of "The Southwest J. W. Dean, financial secretary; Sunday school, 9.45: a.m.

)000. erate a retail Watkins Route in BUsiness'Services Pacific Since 1900," by C. bIN lev. A. L. Jordan, treasurer; Rev Morning worship 11:30: '.m. I

SAGE as available. this area. Earnings of $12500 per Hartley Grattan which Is still an- H. C. White missionary; Rev. Q B. T U., 8 p.m. I

iCRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 week from the very beginning. B. Stallworth, board member Evening worship 7 p.m.

tb frame home. Hardwood Write Mr. McGarity P. 0. Box 627, SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom There will be a large delegationfrom Women's Home Mission. Monday I

s. Wffllston Florida. DecSc made. Complete line of Public Notice dewlston. attending this con evening. I
In Broward Palm tention.. Choir Rehearsal Wednesdayfight
FHA drapery and slip cover fabrics I
each and Dade counties, varl- free estimate Call YU 2-5831 ,
sizes and prices. Small cash miscellaneous forSale Van Cotherns Custom Furniture NOTICE! FOR SEALED BIDS Prayer Meeting Thursday night I
I Benled bid* will be received by thHendry NOTES ON CORONATIONThe Church Conference Friday night it
neat and
Upholstery lit
: County Hospital Al1thorltl'her.ln.ft.r Coronation Exercises of before first Sunday In each month.
Efficiencies and
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uses as available. -- ?_ RADIO It TV SERVICE. Carlthers one fl.me-pholom ter at and Harlem Academy were held Monday Mrs. Emma Dixon, Reporter. ''I
o selectfor FOR SALE '61 4 door Radio & TV until S:00 pro. Eaatern Standard D night, Nov. 18, at the Harlem --- I!
er 1.000 vacant lots to Buick Elec Sales with service. Time,, Tueidity, December. 10, ices et I
m an purposes. Various tra. Fully equipped. One owner Nlckell Building 108 Bond Street, I the Hendry Ucneral Hospital, CUw Gymnatorlum at 7:30: p.m. The First Born Church of ClewUton

es Terms. Ph. 2-3871 after 3 p.m. Dec. 12c Clewlston, Fla. Phone YU 2-644L tutor place, or Florida ae icon" at thereafter which time.. and the The program In detail was as Bishop A. Sum, Fastor i I

ESTMENT: AND INCOME YOUR PHILCO DEALER tf C Authority can attend to the ama, allows! The Assembly meeting will be
CHURCH OR SCHOOL PIANO- the lealed bid will be publiclyopened Announcements.
ROPERTY. : : a conducted at the church .
Save 1200,00 on new Ivers tc Pond John. G. Corbin and read. The Authority wllthereafter beginning
A. E.
RENTAL. Recent Processional Miss
I MONTHLY make the award of the if Friday Nov 15, and will climax
BS construction $25,000. console. See it at Holdrldge Music,, contract purchase baud upon the I liomas."Falling. Dec. 1, 1963. There will be
my Go.eredby
Clewlston reeult of the tabulation aa
YU 24781. Dec. 5c
,,0 TERM low Interest farm' home. Days only. Fenced backyard i applicable law and reaulattone.Dalalled In Love With Love"- at the church each night conducted
me, grove and ranch mort- FOR speel tlea.Uon. may b. ob. t Chorus. by our local and !
SALE-One visiting
3 lIP weediest Phone YU 21642. nov 21c talned from the office of the Admin.
,, of Miss Harlem Acad-
minimum $50,000. Crowning
"I, ministers
Evenrude. Like new, 10000. atrator of Hendry General Hospital '
LISTINGS NEEDED E. Pasadena. Dec. 12c SINGER SEWING MACHINE (riewleton Florida on and alter my-Miss Katie Mitchell. Bishop J. L. Canty State Bishop;

1. M. LANKFORD representative will be at GId. November The Authority II, IMS......rY.. the rlgh ada Minuet-Miss Clara J. Moore and Mrs. Mlzella Winslett, State Secretary .r

Ie,. Real Estate Broker ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS dens Furniture Store each Friday to waive Inrormalltle and to rejefl Michael QpIntfue.Mi.s ; Elder H. Austin, Chairman
30! East Sugarland Highway Guaranteed. $19.95 down., $14.04, For parts, sales service stop inor -..' anA all bids Harlem Aeade my and or Fiance.. Elder. B.
Carroll (Butch) Radish who entered -
Tire, Auto and General per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. call YU 241721. tie AUTHORITYFred CourtSelection Member of Finance "
Insurance .. YU 2-7151. tic C. Bike Chairman the U. 8. Navy on July "If I Love You" Committee I
isms Fla. Ph. YU 2.2161SALEMoblle BLUM it SONS PLASTERING CN 400-Nor. II, tees 18th has been assigned .. the Chorus. :Mrs. Delia Wllhite Member of Finance '
FOR Bat Work Etch 401-Nov. tl, 1161 Naval School at Memphis Committee; Bishop A. Suggs
-- SALE-Boys bicycle 3 speed Very : Training
Sonnet, "How Do I Love Thee"Garfield
home and English racer good condition, We Save You Money Tenn., where be Is enrolled M. Williams. host pastor and Bishop. I

met lots. Telephone YU 3-2163. cheap. Call YU 2-3592 after 5 p.m. Petering Simulated Stone la the Aviation Electronics Solo "Moonlight Becomes You"
Nov.28c Dec. 12c Stucco Free Estimate School.: He will be reassigned New Bethel A. M. E.
Willie C Blackman
---- Licensed and Insured Double "A" st the eeoolnslon of Rev L. Holmes Pastor
I SALE: George's Hotel 20 FOR SALE-Gas space heater in 25 Years In Business the eight months' course. Presentation of Teachers of the Sunday School, .30-Mr. H. L. .
oms furnished. A bargain. YU good condition. Reasonable. Ph. 3850 Lora Street Y..ar-M1.: Evelyn Johnson. McKlre SuptMorning ,[

'L Box 1253 Clewlston Flor- YU 2-6653. tic Fort Myers, Fla. tie Roofinge USS ALFRED A. CUNNINGHAM Acknowledgement of Visitors Worship, begins 1055.:
Prof. A. A. Thomas principal. J
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Jan2c FOR SALE-ZOOO watt portable ED /-0171 or OX 42874ME ((FHTNO)-Larry A. Llsenby, fire Recessional Miss A. E. G. Evening Worship, 7pm.

electric plant. Brand new. Cost e man apprentice USN son of Mr. Thomas. Bible Readers Club, Tuesday
and Mrs. J. D. Llsenby of Route 2, night at the church.
YU 27257.
Sell for Phone
$338. $250.
e BondedFree Miss Harlem Academy Miss
.MR HINTMIS Dec. 12cFOR TRADE Hewlston, Fla., Is serving aboard hearese Ann Weekley Larry Rehearsals for choirs, Wednesday -
Estimates on All Types the destroyer USS Alfred A. Cunningham looks and Thursday nights.
SALE Payroll envelopes, and operating out of Long The pastor will be leaving to attend I
Roofing Painting Junior Attendant Miss Leander
WILL TRADE 58 house trailer 24
printed wtlh form for social se- Beach, Calif. tbv annual conference In a
| FOR RENT Call YU Under Escort Jessieolbert \
Phone YU 3.1131CLEWISTON Weekly
ft. long in good shape for a good
and other de-
1. entity, withholding He is scheduled to attend Electricians :- few weeks and is asking for a
tic uctlons. Box of 500. Clewlston pickup truck with 4-speed trans FLA. Mate School at San Diego, round up of the report of clan: ,
Sophomore Attendant Miss
mission. Call YU 21231. Nov 28c I
C. E. BaileyRENTFurnished News Office. I in February.A :leader
Evelyn Gall Jackson; escort, Eugene -
M. .....................................u..s.a graduate of Moore Haven High Lewis. You are always welcome to worship -
Joe Hendry
cabins: and I School, Moore Haven Fla.. Llseny with us at all time.. .
alters. Teacher of the Year- (Elementary ,
Fishing Camp furnace win entered the service in June We are proud to know I'
21181. FOR SALE: Kresky )-Miss Vivian Randolph. that Mrs.
tic heat five room house. Thermo-' i DIRECTORY ;j 1963. eacher of the Year (High Holmes Is feeling much improvedat

RENT 2 and 3 room fur tat and blower. 225 gaL fuel tank. BUSINESS BUSS Texas chool)-Miss M. I. Black. this time. t .
novae FORT (AHTNC) ,
apartment. Phone Mrs. P. M. McIntyre r The members of the Coronation ---
21271.tfc -Army Specialist Four William R. CARD
committee are grateful to the Stevens -
FOR SALE Parakeets, $200 Whitney son of Mrs Mabel J, We wish to express our sincere
Williams Electric Brothers
Stevens Florist West
R RENT Trailers and Trail up. Mynah birds. African love Whitney, 432 Clewlston St., Clew thanks and' gratitude to the
Bail Bonds Palm Beach Miss A. E. G. Thomas -
k.spaces Royal Palm Trailer birth, monkeys, cages, supplies.et Wiring, Repairs, An Appliances Iston :Fla., was assigned to the and Miss Gwendolyn C. Harris friends for their kindness and
Phone Wild {
YU 2-2603. tic boarding. Thompson
Air Defense Center Range Command
thoughtfulness and
expressions of I
YUkon 2236. for their fine cooperation in ,making
Farm. Electrical
Animal Contracting
VEIMENT FOR RENT. PhonetZ6881. tic 24 Hour Service at Fort Bliss Texas early the affair a success. sympathy in the loss of our loved I
tic IIDtati Williams Phone 2-1221 in October. one little Jerome Jackson. We are I
McDonald Bookkeeping and Specialist Whitney a welder in irat.efu1indeed to the faculty and

the command's Service Battery.. Mrs. Annie Ruth Mixon Is the student body of Harlem Academy:

lEA Express announces truck route Into Clewiston Tax Service SEE US FORBOTTLp entered the Army in March 1953. guest of her brothers, Clayton and Rev. O. D. Williams the staff of

GAS His wife Hldeko, lives In El Paso Jimmie :Mixon and their familiesIn Reddick Funeral Home and all who

Order Your shipments by Express John W. McDonald Texas. Clewiston. shared in making our burdens >
AppliancesSalesService Ighter. Your kindness will always j '
GUNTER AFB Ala. Airman Prof. A. A. Thomas was guest be remembered with k
2-2141 Imtnokalee Fla. gnat-
Free Pick up and Delivery YU Third Class Allen F. Meredith of 1D Tallahassee, Fla., where he attended tude. .. 1| '

Phone OL 43672WALDRON'S Clewlston Fla., is being reassigned the conference of Principals Respectfully j

POWER GASCORPORATION to Patrick AFB, Fla.. following Supervisors and College Pro- The Hall Dixon and Robinson

his graduation from the technical essors. He also enjoyed s football families, .. I
course for United States Air I game while there. On his way
Highway Lot For Sale MEATS AND GROCERIES Force medical service specialists home he stopped in Daytona,

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 I to 8 p.m. tere. where be was the guest of his son '
75 ft. x 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley Six Days a Week CALL COLLECTSouth Airman Meredith was trained to and the. Carter family, Hilto Grocery
Bay WY 88921HENDRY assist in the care and treatment of
(CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) in Air Force Groceries Fresh" L Meats
Across from Parkinson'sBy patients medical. HOSPITAL NOTES VegetablesCold I,
COUNTY wards, dispensaries and clinics. '
'or Your Spur of Moment Picnics) Title & Abstract Co. The airman son of Mr. and Mrs. I Patients admitted Isaac Lee Drinks Essential Items U
Owner Phone YU 3-2941 t Ash, Daisy' Mae Carter Qraf- We Appreciate Your Patronage
Four Miles East of Clewiston Title Abstracts-Tnle Insuaae C. F. Meredith of 809 S. Pacific: ton Bynoe, Edward Fields Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Thorite BI1...
- rblie Steaerrspbernetoeopjring Ave., Clewiston previously attended
elgrave, Mary Jane Harris Sadie .
Duplicating Clewlston School
- Bare Beach Bridge SU and Pak: Are. High Ruth Lee Norman Parrls, Dela-

LaBeDesa.. P. O. inn MlOKanfe cado Thompson Clarence Ashby .
e, ATTENTIONII" 'U'l National Guard Milton McDonald, Joseph Wright
Lauer Grant Joseph Edey Eve11n -
For prompt. Efficient Harlem Club
I" Attention Cattlemen Home delivery Gets Enlistee Thomas, Carol Lee Thomas,

; Cane Growers and Ranchers Sgt Charles. Arnold, chairmanof Johnny Hughly. Your Favorite Mixed Drink 0 ,
or THE MIAMI HZRALDCall Cocktails
Now to the time te tetseJUste! recruitment in this area for Patients rema1n1n.101eph.:4er. : ?

LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND year debts wit a lest torn farm Bobby Giddens the Florida National Guard announces Edward Fields Ralph Bel- Fried Recorded Chicken Sandwiches
..... lew interest rates with the enlistment of Curtis grave, Mttton McDonald, Charlie Music Popular Bands I
WISELY. PLAN YOURFINANCING YD S-1SI1 'elham and Phil Francis Jr., for. Hicks, Ronald Barnes Lasser Sir sad Mrs. inn WaBaee.

Federal Land Bank the 6-months active duty training Grant Joseph Wright Saraett rreprtoten 1 ;

rogram.Sgt' Mitchell Grafton Bynoe Clarence -

A tat' Cwt roes lIertn.J11'1rtq ..- See er WriteW. Arnold says any other young shby, Delagado Thompson, Lulm Pt

") EtAL LAND BANK LOAM .. HAY men interested in enlisting in the Crawford Sadie Ruth Lee CaroiLee l, J

cash T. Ml Waleald BvfldtafBralenfoa. National Guard may obtain c0m- Thompson Ton Brown, Charlie HOOK ;
Lef nine debts.e David, Evelyn Thomas. BEAUTY ,
...... plate Information by contacting him
ktIdIJaI'I rierlila
PLaaee tars 1m,......... aew
at YUkon 2-1501 e
wind saaehlnes u4 IaataD frdts... ?dewbton. Its That New Look
Assbt .. ef farm. grm.f ,... BIBTBS T2tlfage-Ag4t.hd Qdabaao }
purchase a ; .
Put-cases .,r. land.0fi' Brake Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Lowery are ... -
rnvlde capital rods let fee farm sstterptlse.SSSS Tampa Tribune Fail, the parents of a" daughter, born Friday aid Batarday... '
= A I.OAJC Broken Door Nov. 13 at Hendry Genera Hos _Hrs. 1 JU Rales.: .-.-.- \\I.
II.\s aa4 *'
L fewer :payments.n A1ftAGII. Ft. Myers ne C1et I8I N I'I' Margaret Ana Pedrlck of dewston. -

...... 2 seen experienced: brake failure
8 -_. 4urnvle. ( g aplnJaare edeel New Press Monday about noon end crashed

..... 1117). Home DeliveryW. into the door of HoQlngsworth's
C. hII prepy..ea. 1II'fr ga witbit ..,..atr. a CAMPBELL EVINRUDE( Shoe Store on Bond street. ELITE GROCERY 't
s ..... .. .. f..mar wIA Meal
aenIoe by Phone 2-2791 According: to 8. M. Price whoinvestigated 'i
.. Sale and ServiceNew the accident, the Fed.
we wells sr.pke
eaa wet serrtoe U please I
yes Groceries
.. 0 rick Fresh Heats 'School '
car was puQlnf into the curbas Supplies ;
*. Asst JI R. "
sad 1M
er .
HATHCOCK'SAUTO Meters the brakes failed crossed the
Marls Hardware.Psrts curb and sidewalk and struck ttte Cold Drinks; Clewiiton News' ,* '. 1
Federal f Land
Bank .Association.o'Bradenton SALES A HBYK3BBTAVKANTJrSSYICB ) and AesessettoiMsiise ,glass door which was open c

Safety BaejksssMlrtB No charges were filed as it was ,Other Itema .
rEATIOIIorBfALLiiiovr YDkesi armed' ea 'unavoidable' accident ... ;
# sHur. J .
I by the officer.Damage For ; ?+ .
was estimated Information? CM YU ,2-7661
-ifl &am BLADRIfTOl1. n.L Weswvar Chee R. R.E.WALDRON, at tuG to the 159 Pontiac 1.c 1..
and t65 tor a new door -


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II t I Eight THE CLEWISTON NEW Oewlston, Fla, U. S. Sugar Corporation, Mayor 'r;' --r-.r... ._,' dress.3. Be sure that all writing on How Much Sales
Thursday, November 21, 1963I Jones and Mr. Bishop. ( # Can 1&1
the envelope is legible Be
The meeting was one of many : Deducted
I 4. Check mall to see if enough ?
the tlii Laurie! w.
being held in the state by Toll1Jnsoa.
: Conservationists Sheriff Warns same team, who had been in Sa postage is used. Director ot Internal! 1
If anyone has questions on dispatching day lewnlle
bring the day before, and left announCed that k
Citrus Vehicles Clewiston for Pompano Beach mail, they should call Revenue Service the In

I Elect Bob Byrd"Russian where a meeting was scheduled Postmaster Sias at YUkon 2-3201. tax tables for Use wits b1>>ubUsb IA1Is

I i df" Must Be Marked for the next day. payers in clalm.lna deductloDi Florida !to
Florida sales tr
Various examples of community tax
agriculture is behind Sheriff Dycss of Hendry county efforts and the results were given Report of HuntsIn come tax returns 011 the!r 19Q ..
U. S. agriculture," Jack today issued a warning to all handlers i Tomlinsoa
to those attending, and they were 'aJd
1 Spratt, President of Alice Land of citrus fruit In Hendry county advised of the material available Opening Week will show average that the hit
I Q' Development Company, told the that his office will enforce the through .the Development Commission tlons lncom sale tax dez
I South Florida Conservation Association laws requiring fruit handlers to to aid them. WEST PALM BEACH Thousands will bey accepted act 1Ihtt:

have their vehicles: properly Sharon Rogers Wilkinson repre- of hunters invaded the public without further Servict
Spratt used color slides to illustrate marked and drivers of these ve1.1fcatlon.!
I sented the Chamber in registeringthe hunt areas of the Everglades region deduction maybe 'n.
his speech made at the Fall vehicles In of the tJaimed bJ
possession proper visitors. as the first weekend of the payers who elect III
r Meeting of the South Florida Conservation fruit Identification information. 1963-64 hunting season got under deductions to ifletnlze; tbtr

f Association, held In Ar Sheriff Dyess said that the law I way, according to Louis F. Galney, Sales tax on: table Form 1040
cadia. Spratt was one of 49 Florida requires that any truck, tractor or Hootenanny Is Set Regional Manager for the Game & able In local Internal wJ11 be ?
agricultural leaders who toured trailer hauling fruit in bulk or in Fresh, Water Fish Commission. flees about II.
1 1 the U. S. S. R. and other European unclosed containers on the highways For Friday 29thA Reports from the various public December ygCorbin

t I nations in the summer. be designated_by lettering of Typical of the beautiful formal gardens, with fountainsand hunt areas show hunting conditions -

''I Fifty cattlemen, landowners, foresters not less than three Inches in heighton HOOTENANNY, scheduled for precise landscaping is this Salsburg Austria scene. most favorable; however, some
I 1 and industry representatives both sides or the front end and Friday, November 29th (following rain fell in a, portion of the region. John G. hail-??
I attended the meeting. In addition the rear end of the vehicle showing Thanksgiving Day) is being shaped A Tourist Looks Nice France where we had stayedin The Devil's Garden Area has produced Pointed fjS
I I j to Spratt'So'speech, the program the name of the person, firm, or rapidly by Eugene Fuller, who will 1961. We arrived the day before an excellent hog and quail County member of
r 1 consisted of a tour of the Gulf corporation owning or leasing the lots of excitement kill and the Hospital AuaorftJS,
serve as director and M. C. (Continued from Face 1) Bastu Day- Ftsheatlng Creek been
I '' Naval Stores' facilities at Nocatee. vehicle and If the owner is a licensed The Clewiston Business and Professional I everywhere. Area has recorded a good first re-commissioned tr CsT

I In the business seision the Association fruit dealer. There shall also Women's Club is sponsoring St. Stephen' Cathedral with Its There is an annual international week total of 134 turkeys. retary of State.

voted to encourage the establishment appear the words "Licensed Citrus the HOOTENANNY and admission pure Gothic spire reaching centuries folklore contest here when people Accidents and violations have AppolntroeBts to the Hospital ....
i of fire control units In Fruit Dealer" on the vehicle. Is $1.00 for adults and 50 cents into the sky, Is one of the I wear their native costumes all been fewer so far this year," Gain- thorny are made by the governs
i I ; the following counties: Pasco, Har- Sheriff Dyess also pointed out for students and children. loveliest of all cathedrals. Touring week. Dancing and singing of these ey said. CITY
dee, DeSoto, Okeechobee, Hendry, I that the law requires the driver of JACK SCOTT will present a section Vienna Woods ye stopped at the groups are performed each night An opening three day summary
Osceola, and Martin. This action any truck, tractor, or trailer haulIng of his Sugarland Band in a Children's Village for the many for a week, and we thoroughly; enJoyed for Wildlife Management Areas In Acting city Judge Culm
stand taken fruit In bulk In unclosed homeless orphans who live eight to, estreated the bonds of fcuJTgranted
reaffirmed similar or
a few numbers; and vocalists, guitarists the ones we attended. We south Florida is as follows: :
f by the organization In 1962. containers on the highway have on and others will be on the a house with ajnurse or supervisor. also enjoyed a day in Cannes visiting Everglades, 28 deer; 46 hOiSt Stanton a continuation to Jta

Bob Byrd of LaBelle waa his person, while driving the ve- program to round out the Western One house tore the sign "Rotary" the U. S. Carrier "Enter J. W. Corbett 18 deer; 7 turkey; Bonds In city court last week

k elected Chairman for 1963-M, hicle, a certificate or other paper ballads, folk songs, spirituals, and and we presume is sponsored prlse." Enroute back to Nice we Quail, excellent; 53 hogs. Ratklns estreated included Jew*
showing the approximate amountof by this club. We were much Impressed light, $10, WffliWn
at Juan les which
Pins Okeechobee
tease the audience into hand-clap- stopped 5 deer; 12 turkey;
Came of
E. T. Bostwlck
t SansoU wan fruit hauled, the of by the "family" in the speeding! $35e
i being name ping and joining in song. seems to be a haven for( beat- 157 Quail; 2 squirreLDevU' ; (
named Chairman elect, and
j the owner of the fruit and the one home we visited. This seems a Hendricks Jr., careless !
nik artists and dry
Tickets be obtained from musicians 2
they Garden deer 15
may ; turkey
; -
i Tom Smith of:Ft. Myers: Seers fine $25; and Blllle M.
tary-Treatrarer.' origin of the fruit. any BPW member, or at the door. very project.On were dirty, shabby ;young people, ; 414 Quail; 75 Hogs; 16 Squir larceny, 7J. Edinrton."Wj
i Sheriff Dyess, commenting on the our last afternoon in Viennawe begging for a few francs for their rel.

Huey Long, Secretary-Treasurer, sharp increase in fruit values in walked despite a threateningrain efforts. Flsbeating Creek. 134 turkey;

I 196243, was presented a plaque for prospect for the coming season, Cancer SocietyIn and visited an art museum. We found. an apartment In whichwe Quail excellent; and Squirrel, excellent Edward'sReplacements
expressed concern over the possibilities This beautiful marble masterpiecewas
outstanding contributions. Long stayed the rest of our time In
I g served as Information and Education of fruit thefts. He said Annual MeetTwo worth all our efforts, but we Nice; this was quite an experience Avon Park 20 deer; 61 turkey;
I Forester for the Florida Forest that his office will require that did not have time to enjoy all the with our lack of language. : Quail, good; Hogs, 36, and |

i Service In South Florida for anyone arrested for violation of the hundred and twenty-five art.We Shopping took up a lot of time-the Squirrel, good. Repair
five years. He was recently promoted above laws would be required to volunteer officers, board and com- must return to Vienna and we bread store for bread, milk store
I to Asssltant; Chief of the post a bond of 100000. mittee members of the Florida di- plan to learn more about it in the for milk, fruit store for fruit, etc. LUTIIEE JONES Plumbing RepairINSTAIXATIONS

I Florida Forest Service Information Sheriff Dyess said that he has vision of American Cancer Society meantime. Our delightful young We took a side trip to the Villageof ELECTED DIRECTOR
., and Education branch. Ben Swend-- instructed his entire staff to be par- concluded their annual meeting In guide told us part of the price Eze-a fortified town Isolated Luther Jones, publisher of the TROUBLE SHOOTING
sen, 1962-63 chairman, described ticularly vigilant during the coming Tampa Sunday with a resolution to Austria paid for its freedom was on a butte 1200 feet above the Belle Glade Herald, was elected a MASTER LICENSE
I Long as a "young man who had citrus season in order to offer conduct expanded and intensified that all of their oil output goes to Mediterranean, inhabited mostly director at large of the Florida Call YU 2-6711

demonstrated high Interest in the every protection possible to Hendry cancer control programs of public Russia for 20 years. by artists and souvenir vendors. State Chamber of Commerce at the

conservation problems of south county citrus growers. education, continued research and We went by train from Viennato Another trip was to Monte Carlo annual meeting held in Tampa last I 325 E. Ventura
Venice Italy'on( July 4)). We
Florida. patient services state-wide during where we were struck by the beauty weekend I
< learned that not all trains reportedto
,1 \ I the coming year. of the buildings, streets and luxurious -
i 1, 1 :Miss Patricia Powers spent the Growth Planning, Mrs. Leroy Feller of La Belle was have dining cars do so, and food views from aU levels. The
I was not always plentiful or easy to
weekend in Indiantown as the guest chosen district delegate directorof streets ramble everywhere and are
4 I t t/'f/ ..t, of her brother, Eugene P. (Timer) Is Brought To Area District 11, serving with Dr. A. come by. Trains stop briefly at the lined with palm trees and giant
stations at Low Prices
I i : '.' ,.1"- Powers. J. Janulis of Punta Gorda, in the ; passengers must struggle cacti. We visited the Casino brief- Top Quality .
\:1:II I ) : ,,, I I:1 By State LeadersA southwest Florida district. with their own luggage. ly but enough to pay our expensesfor
In .11 buses taxis
Venice etc,
Dr. N W. Larkum of Naples was the day. Your Choice Silex
.j; r ; Community Development Program elected president; he has been ac- are boats; even when you've been Nice has no sand beach; it is of
to assist leaders in planning tive in the Society projects since there before It Is like another pebbles large and small. We
LostBowling for the growth of their area was world. Our room at the Luna Hotel Steam Iron
i! 1943 and has served five years as found it crowded with people each or
small crowded but air
I/ presented by representatives of officer and director in Pennsyl- was day Americans were easy to recognize
't: the Florida Development Commission vania before moving to Florida in conditioned The food was excellent by their dress; the French
; Bag, ball & at an area meeting in dew- 19S5 He has been a district delegate and every evening found us in wear bikinis, no sun glasses and Automatic ToasterWhile
iston Thursday.The director and a member of St. Mark's Square enjoying musicof bring their lunch in a basket. We i

: }: shoes, grey bag & meeting was held at the the state division's executive com- the four string orchestras, and chatted with many groups-among
visiting at the lidewalk cafes.
J' ; Clewlston Inn, and approximately mittee, and was president-elect last By them a choir from Washington
j shoes, pink & grey 30 persons attended; communities year when Dr. W F. Ande of West day we strolled over the little State who had worked a year to C
: bridge to the market place, and Q Beg.
represented were Naples, Punta Palm Beach was president. He is earn money: for the trip, and were
4 t.' : ball. Cords, Moore Haven, Pahokee and a graduate of Bates College, Yale one day we got( lost (it's quite singing in many of the lovely :;
to do). They % $12'M
j Belle Glade. University, and University of Vir- easy churches of Europe on the tour-- M
We toured the Doges Palace and
Mayor Tom Jones extended. a glnla, holding both the Ph. D. and St. Mark's Cathedral, where what an unforgettable memory for Last f ValueDon'
t Reward welcome to the visitors, and Moye M. D. degrees. He Is a colonel, guard in uniform( Inspected the wo-a these )youngsters! We found two

Bishop, president of the Chamberof Medical Corps, A. U. S. (ret.) men to decide if they were prop- couples from Manchester England
The directors have recommendeda enjoying the summer (something
Commerce, also in
erly dressed to enter head ,
; covering Forget $
$ Saving
'' the Clewiston goal of $1,150,000 for the 1964 they never did at home) and two our
t Call Polly McLendon program. representatives was not required, but dresses -
Gratton Educational and Fund-Raising Cru- Belgian families who wanted to vacation -
were George, coun-
must have sleeves, etc.
ty commissioner; C. E. :Miner, sade for the state. la America but couldn't get TV and Stereo. Sale
r 2-7608 One day we went by boat to the
I state representative Frank Pol- Dr. Larkum stated that his in- passage, because of American tourists
i Beach at Venice, called the Lido
'i hill county agent; John B. Boy, terest In cancer, as a serious health which is another island but with !
problem to people of all ages, dates (Continued Next Week) Now Underway I
cars and busts. We also took a two
back for a good many years. tie
day trip to Cortina, a resort in the
I* said "As pathologist perform
ing post-mortem examinations, I Dolomites over a mountainous, Why Mail SometimesIs Itcdisli Electric Co
t' scenic road. There were heavy
,. Let's Go Bowling this weekend became the impressed significance and of concernedwith cancer woolen blankets on our beds here Not Deliverable"Why

as a cause of death, particularlywith the Hotel Europa and many fireplaces 116 So. Bond Phone YU 2.1601"Serving

Plenty of lanes available for open bowlingat the suffering and painful in the large lobby; we could is mail sometimes not delivered
brisk ski in
imagine win-
a season
all time, Friday, Saturday Sunday, Mondayall manner of death. It also appearedto ter. We went up the cable car fora ?" Postmaster A. W, Sias
me that many of these deaths says there are many reasons, most
days and all evenings. were preventable had treatment top of the mountain view, which due to carelessness. Sometimes the

i occurred earlier. I realized, too, was breath-taking.! mall has no address; sometimesthe
GLADES BOWLING LANES that the American Cancer Society, July 10, we took the train for stamps are left off and the ad- e
0g through its public and professionalyearround Milan and went by private car to dressee fails to respond to notice
on Route 80 South of Belle Glade programs, had the mostto Lak+ Como, Villa d'Este. There is that mall is being held for post

offer, as of now, to the lesseningof I bustling Industrial area which age. Occasionally a figure is I
this scourge. must have been built since 1961. transposed in the street address,

"So long as a considerable num- Villa D'Este was built In the 18th or the address is incomplete; or PR
ber of people can be saved from century as residence of Cardinal the addressee move and falls to
of its I Galllo. Situated on Lake Como, it leave a forwarding address. The
All Dinners Prepared for Take-out Service cancer, through a
early signs and prompt treatment is beautiful, and, filled with marble most frequent error, says the post-

If desired I feel that we have much to offer statues pillars, staircase, fine master, is that of furnishing an
i t and paintings, and other evidence of insufficient address and omitting
although a sure permanentcure
I I''i'I to all cancers cannot at the old world culture: a return address. Hendry and Glades Covntiei"PROFESSIONAL

moment be provided. Nevertheless, We visited some small neighboring "It has been calculated that 10

Thrift 's Shoppers I feel very rtrongly that the efforts towns in the mountains, and pieces of proper mail can be
: of the Society Volunteers to raise came upon one narrow street whichis handled in less time than is required .

money to devote to continued research literally Just a wide stairway. to process one piece} of dead .
c is a step in the right direction On it a man was leading a mule letter mail Total costs, Including
I : ? Luncheon I sincerely feel that we should pulling ailed-like affair loaded the disappointment and heartacheof PRESSWORK q
with construction material. sender and the
strive more and more to keep the Intended receiver -
I 4 public Informed and raise funds We returned July 12 to Milan and are Incalculable," said Postmaster
J the train to the Italian Riviera- Slas. PRACTICAL
to the
which are necessary: pay:
j rs costs of intensive research which San Remo. We had reservations The problem would be pretty .
i.r" alone will determine a permanent here for 10 days but after one day well solved, .he said If everyone
'S8t 2 for 98Ct solution." decided we would rather be somewhere would: PRICES. I
else, and asked for cancel- 1. Make the address completeand
la'Jon. We were able to arrange accurate. .

t I IIt Fashion Show this with the hotel and so went to 2, Supply a complete return ad.
It Menu for this weekend

!' !. :: i .; At Gym Tonight No [job too large or

I : Golden Brown 'Southern Fried Chicken
::1 The Future Homemakers of small.

1 ; ;' ..':' with Mashed Potatoes Peas' and'C rlotsf America are presenting a Fashion PUMP RENTALSSizes .
j Show at the school gymnasium tonight

.' '. Hot dinner rolls and butter at eight o'clock. from 15% inches to 36 inches Whatever your printing need.

f 1f t' : I *,.*.""" High School girls will model you'll find us ready Willing and j 7a
" ; Thrifty Breakfast dresses and outfits they have made

I : ) Ii 1'1: i One eggt 8't isYtoastr.coffee '. .. 291 la borne their projects.Homemaking classes or as New.and Used Pump Sales to fill them I a

\ I .: 1 '. tl,.1" f"v* 1 Give va.a call for free estimates!
New Hercules Gas and Diesel EnginesWe 4

t t.I ;:}", ,.. ., .' Fountain Special Millage Election .
I'' I cherTy t a '+it. . .,., .. r" 3# Vote Is Canvassed' can finance what we tell The CLEWISTON NEWS
'The school board canvassed the
: ballots age election in the last November Thursday 9th la mill-a I & F Engineering & Pump Co. Phone YU "3-1201 CentralP.O. its a
special canvassing! session prior Box"1236 dewi tonFUSSKfiS e,

IAt'I'I t Thrifty Drug. to the regular euion. Moore Haven Fla. -Pt1BLISBDS or -
; The canvassed result' were: for '
the recommended 10 mills 268; for Phone Wn 6-2017 P, 0. Box 621 ?I NEWS QJ.ADIB CCJt1NT J .-

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