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 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Complete Season With 6-3 Record. ? Sweetest"America's Town" The Clewiston News

I Tigers Nosed Out :t "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston and Hendry County."

VOLUME 36 NUMBER CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 38, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. J43.J. P.IL Subscription: ".00 year
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I By- Brahmans 7-0 Miss Sugar of 1963 Becomest City Seeks Bids for Line Truck

Clewlston Tiger 1963 foot.j Spangled ,
TIle Banner while the
curtain dropped Friday Oar Princess in Court I
..j tesson wu railed and then lowered Tangerine ,
flt si the Okeechobee Brahmans half matt with the
ked out a T-0>> decision in the Una. The Invocation of :Miss Peggy Parsons, daughter '-?'-'\ I Clubhouse Police Car
tai minutes of the game played fltttn, tribute to the Priwent! of County Judge and :Mrs. Brow- Country

i okeechobee. and N. Parsons, was chosen firs : ,
dewlstoa played outstanding de runnerup in the Tangerine Beauty '
with' the ainlteand students fensive ball the first threTquarten Contest held In Orlando to select ti? I Revised plans for the golf pro The commission beard, on first west side blocks traffic on that I
In disbeOef efDM '
lUke, stunned and never allowed Okeecho- a Queen for the Tangerine Bowl shop to be constructed at the Clew reading, an ordinance reducing the street and the city: baa provided
tragle death ef President bee to make a serious threat to game to be played during the talon course were approved by the required set-back for trailers in culverts and sidewalks on the eastside

(cenedy, the rUDe began with core, while they kept constant offensive Christmas holidays. City; Commission Monday night, trailer parks which has been requested to accomodato the buses without

( most aolemn and Impresalve pressure on the Brahmans, Miss Parsons, the reigning Mill of; and bids are being advertised to and was deemed necessary endangering ,pedestrians or
tribute. The Okeeehobee highschool though never able to come up with Sugar, was selected by the Elks be received at a special meetingat to acoomodate the longer blocking traffic

band played the Star "the big down" when needed. Lodge 1839 of dewiston, as on.of four o'clock Thursday afternoon trailers now in use Set back required Attending the meeting were-

the 22 contestants at Orlando. December 19. : from the street under the Mayor T. H. Jones, Jr., Commissioners
Community Service The victory was the fifth for ;The tall blonde beauty will be a Leroy Hare Earl Morrison and ordinance is 10 feet. Leon Bembry. R. G. Matt

Okeechobee, who has three losses member of the Queen's Court atthe -" R. O. Berner presented the revised The commission decided to instruct son, Dan ;McCarthy and Fred
and one tie. The loss to dewiston Tangerine! Bowl Game on r plans which were preparedby school buses to park for Slkes, Deputy Clerk Marie C.
Thanksgiving Morn made the season record six wins December 28th. R. Carroll Peacock and How- loading purposes in the street east Webb. Acting City Manager T. C.

There will be a Community.wide and three losses. The Tangerine Bowl game is 1 6t,.. ,(. : arth L. Lewis, Jr. of Palm Beach. of the elementary school Insteadof Blair, City Attorney Carlos Dickey

Service ., Thanksgiving. The .season though ending with sponsored by the Florida Elks Asoclatlon Chief change made in plans previously on the west aide which is presently and Superintendent of Utilities J. i
a loss has been most successful and Is a benefit for Its submitted was the change being used. Parking on the D. QuInton. ,
held I In the Assembly of God Mninksgiving for Tiger fans. The squad was expected worthy projects, chief of which It : to a flat roof, which It was explained !
morning at I
to win only three games the Harry Anna Home for Crippled t. should lower construction I
clock, under the sponsorship and possibly five with the stretchIng Children at Umatllla. cost and also make It easier to

If(the Clewlaton. Ministerial As of Tiger supporters imagination Miss Parsons was Introduced In .t. expand the building with additions Clewiston Mourns !

sociation.lev. during pre-school practice.The person at the Elks Lodge Wednesday In future years. I
H. V. Tuner pastor of evening to describe) the contest r.. .I' Other suggested changes are In-

\the HI Harm Baptist Church 1963 football season brought In Orlando and to express ap- I ,." f corporated as alternates In the
tID deliver the" sermon and the forth a new lead !coach Joe predation for the honors given t"j plan A Country dub building, President's Death !
Bundy and two new assistants
which will be constructed with
Ie,. Henry H. Ford, of Com
fresh front college. Bob Baker and funds provided privately will be :
PrettyterUn Church,
unity Other ministers Ernie Hill. The new coaching staff her.We advertised for bids at same time, The four days that rocked the death, everyone faced the reality.;
W win the preside.city will take part In the drew a large number of football Are Sorry. and the contractors will be askedto world started with the firing of a At Clewlston High School,, a radio
candidates who had not previously bid on each building separately bullet on a Dallas street Friday was turned on in the princi
serrlces. played and a new style of football Due to the lack of postal as well as together. Sine the shortly after noon. On November pal's office, and when the Presi

Everyone lo! cordial Invited all to be- mastered la three weeks. service ever the last weekend ", present clubhouse will be required 22nd 1963. John Fitzgerald Kennedy dent's death was announced Principal -

le attend this traditional eotn- The Tiger opening loss to Paho- engravings for this week'a for use until the pro shop is com- president of the United Brandon, asking a few other

acuity service If Thankiftr kee, while not totally unexpected, ClewUton News had not arrived pleted, it will be specified that the States, was assassinated teachers to help went from classroom
bf exhibited the large amount of work at presstlme.. pro shop must be completed before From radio and television out to calssroom to inform
needed by the starting six sophomores We are Indeed sorry for work starts on the club house lets and wire services the) shockIng students and teachers.

this ,they delivered and among them were pictures efClewlstoa's The commission. also authorized news spread locally] from per- It was the time of the scheduled ..
ROTC EngineersTour the: Tigers scored Impressive wins reaction to the ..a1101I' MISS PEGOY PARSONS: advertisement for bids for a new son to person. There was almost Pep Rally and 'the students

over Chamlnade of Ft Lauderdale, tragedy, football andether line truck for the electric department universal disbelief and incredulity, filed across campus: to gather silent

FCD ProjectsFour Sebrlng, Lee of Ft. Myers, Jupiter, current newa pictures. and a new car for the police but finally with confirmation of the and sorrowfully] in the school

Avon Park and Lake Placid, while department. announcement of the President's gym, where they had planned an

ROTC. engineer students dropping a well played game to Lee County Board Hootenanny'sComing exhuberant sendoff for the Tigers

the University of Florida toured Belle Glade and Okeechobee. scheduled to play a few hours lat
e Central and Southern Florida Approves BridgeThe Over 700 Clewistonites Have er. They discarded any thoughts
The outlook for next year's squad Commission FridayA
cod Control district projects in Hendry County of a Rally and turned their meetIng -
e area last weekend under theIrectlon II bright, as only six lettermen are hal received support In its efforts Into a silent tribute to the

of A. R. Broadfoot and graduating and the freshmen candidates to obtain approval for an 80-foo HOOTENANNY: Is Just what Chest Taken FridayOver President: then as the Sugarland

E. Wlesenfeld, area engineers. are expected to provide 'horizontal clearance bridge at we need! And It will be given at X-Rays Band broke into the national anthem -

larger group of students: were II adequate replacements.The Fort Denaud from the Lee County; Sugarland Auditorium Friday the students sang The Star
heavier I Commission which took action 700 area residents availed 13 active) cases of tuberculosis
:ending to make the tour bute Brahmans were much : ats night Spangled Banner with meaningand
examination schedules at the in the line than the Tigers and : regular meeting last week. Rehearsals Tuesday night verify themselves of the opportunity to I which Is epidemic proportion according fervor and left the gymnasium

Diversity prevented many from the brute strength paid dividends The Fort Myers News,Press reported that Clewlston can turn up talent have a free cheat x-ray Friday In to State Health Department In an almost silent procession

wing. as the game bore on. The game's I in its "County Briefs" ccl for any occasion, and the Hooten- the BiB Parking Lot. I levels. In the business section flags
only score came after a 65-yard I umn on Thursday; Nov. 21: anny struck aj popular note with Hendry County reportedly has The mobile unit appeared in were immediately lowered to half- 1

Mr. Broadfoot met the studentsd sustained drive with 'Chobee star "Commissioners said that JD the younger group. Clewlston on Friday and in La- staff and business and movement d

gave them an orientation ofe Lewis Stokes driving over from view, of the narrowness of several Gene FullerA who will be matter arrangements slowed to a halt

projects ',r the Clewlston of- the one Andy Bowers kicked the I ridges. along'the Okeechobee Wa- of ceremonyVvay: the Western New Sugar Mill But because 111.-'must'go on,
*. He also showed the film point after.Clewlton. erway, the proposed 80-foo ballads, guitarist and the plaIntive Tuberculosis and Health committees citizens went about their accustomed
laters of Destiny". The group 1 bridge at Fort Denaud should be notes of familiar folk songs the Hendry County Health duties and activities Saturday

pected the locks at Moore Ha- then Initiated a sustained I adequate for the present I will have the audience clapping ConstructionBegins Department and through the courtesy All flags which were flown

n also. 84 yard drive after taking "The West Coast Inland Naviga- and singing along with the spotlighted of the Broward County Health were at half-staff and wherever
the kickoff only to bog down on 1 1I lion District asked Jones a mem- musician. Department who provided the mobile there whose
Following the briefing at dewon I the one yard line with a fumble 1 her of the district board, for an This Week unit. were persons duties
: Included in the ef were pressing they gatheredat
M. Wiesenfeld '
accompanied which Conrad Chandler recoveredwith expression from Lee County fore array The response was most gratifying -
>group on their tour to southern 31 seconds remaining on the 1 Nov. 29 hearing by the Corps talented performer. are Andy to county TB association members television sets and radio to
d eastern installations around Boltou Judy Watson the Carlton Construction was to begin this hear and see the Incredible Happening .
clock. Tiger QB Mike Mazzlna 4 of Engineers on the proposed In Oewiston Including W, A. I '
e lake shore, and on to Miami. called for an off tackle charge by 1 Idge. "n-Uoda and Sheila, week on the new $9,000,000 Atlantic Baker chairman Hendry county; reviewed and hear the

e stop of Rump Station S-A, Alberto Morrell and the ball never "The Hendry County Commls- Tlllle Illfdon. Barbara Jepson. Sugar Corporation sugar mill in Lonnle Morris, county; subchairman comments. They witnessed the ,

st of West Palm Beach, was reached Its destination as Mac- I lon Is asking approval of the span Ray Williams, and a Palm Beach County near Belle ; Mrs. Matt Stanton, Clewls' swearing In of President Lyndon :'
e of the highlights of their trip. hit before he could hand I and the Okeechobee Waterway Ace troop known as the Dixieland Glade, according! to John Scopetta. ton campaign chairman; and Mrs Johnson and took their cue from
was _
re they saw the largest pumpthe I oclatlon is opposing it as less than Band, selected by Jack Scott whose engineering firm has designed P. M. Mcintyre, Clewlston publicity the sorrowing Mrs. Kennedy.
world In from the fiurarland Band. that of facing the tragedy will dignity
operation.The off.Stokes gained 92 yards on the 1 lee desired BO feet of horizontal the mill. ] chairman. and fortitude

group continued to West ground for Okeechobee and Morrell I:earance. Ninety feet la desirable Admission Is $1.00 for adults Industrial Consultants Manage Sunday In all churches there

ta Beach and Miami to inspect contributed one yard less to the I but 80 feet is adequate, Commlsoner and 80 cents for students ment Co., Inc, of Coral Gables, were prayers; for the president

her portions of the project. 'Tiger yardstick.it I Hudson said." "A big crowd Is expected. so- .Join of which Scopetta la president Long Weekend for the family! and for those in

JD the fun. also performed the same service authority during the difficult days
for the Moore Haven Sugar House. Ahead For Many
The Hootenanny la sponsored by built from the of adjustment
local mill was
Tourist Looks Europe the Business and Professional ground up. and Its production, in. Thanksgiving/ means a long holiday 'completely Then shortly Incredible after noon another
Womens Club.Sinclair, happening
nine months, a record for sugar week-end for many The occurred in view
mill construction in Florida. schools will close Wednesday afternoon of millions on

(Ed. Notet Mr. and Mn. la a treat to III the old build We drove to St. Mala, a walled Formation of the Atlantic Sugar and remain closed until. their television screens. The man

beta King, aoaaager ef the ings such as the Opera House clean city which has been rebuilt to resemble Station Association was announced; last Monday momln,. accused of murdering the presl-

**lstoa BAB Super Market and sparkling Prices are higher Its old self, after 90% destruction September. It Is beaded by Sam All Hendry county offices in the Continued en rage 81)
were there before- in the war. We drove Robbed Monday courthouse at LaBelle and in the
venally returned from a tour than when we Knight president and Dr. Joseph
if Europe and have prepared especially meals. back to Paris via the Loire valley vice president both of sub office in d.wlston will remain
Baker Two New
and visited as many chateaus and Theft of approximately $180 Homes Are
> Met M for a on Friday.
narrative ef their trip We left Paris August I Belle Glade.
castles as we could manage. from the cash register at GordonCrofut's For others offices and businesses
-Plele& which
with pictures.) four day concentrated tour The new mill is planned for a
Sinclair Service station Under
Included a visit to the Omaha Back In Paris, and more rain; production start: In November, 1964.Scopetta. Thursday closing will com- ConstructionCoastal
(Continued from Last Week) Beach and cemetery. I cannot describe we visited night clubs; they are was reported to local law enforcement said. It Is designed to plete their holiday observance.
*, officers Monday afternoon. Imperial Homes
followed the route but The started
Napoleon amazing.
of all of vs expensive nonchalance day.
the feelings 5000 tons of cane per
Paris, The money disappeared from grind\ construction this week. of two
stopping overnight at Ore of the French girls is new
the 14,000 graves to the mill Board
viewed committed new County
when we Growers homes in '
the cash and the loss Oewiston.
fb. register was
a town la a valley with a cemetery. We something to behold I of one for Earl 'I I
lain in this beautiful discovered about 3:30. "Shorty" are planting! 17,000 acres sugarcane Edwards and one for Henry An-
at the end of each street I:
e buildings ; didn't talk much among ourselves August 23rd we left via Air Endlcott employed at the station, for the first yells operations. Buys Jeep TruckAt dreis.

along the coast and and bit own prayers to In New York we were. asked to from the Columbia Bank Hendry county board of county i,
thoughts after he had been in the backof min came on East half of lot 12. Iota 13, 14, '
jalverslty buildings were seat We drove down check with Eastern (our tickets of Columbia 8. C, commissioners Monday the low
throughout this sacred place. the station for a few minutes of Cooperative, 18, block 138, Avenlda del Rio
the entire city to Arromances where were on National Air Line) but ManufacturingCo. bid> of Caloosa Motors of
coast Allla-Chalmers LaBelle
:*! no main to the letting a small tank filled with and and will be 'OZ' 10" x 27' 8" In
\e mown campus.of The small the British landed In 1M4; there Is Eastern put us abord Immediately bottled gas for a customer. The The same two organizationsalso 12,94200. was accepted for the size with a 21' x 21' ftr.,,. nt
area parka and of great Interest for Miami and once there we Moore i purchase of a J-220
the Jeep
**aIk a war museum first time the register was opened helped finance pickup building permit in City Hall lists
cafes and was the meeting well done. Most of the taxied to the bus terminal and at House. truck.
for extremely after he had been outside for Haven Sugar approximate cost aa 114,000.
"?"We*. the students of many small towns In the area have been t p.m. were In Clewiston. It had the gas the money was missing.No Daniels Construction Co., of I Other bids submitted were Sug- The home for Henry Andrela. iaocated I

*V ,the When we had trouble rebuilt and there are few scars been a long day since Paris at arrests have yet been madeIn Jacksonville, has the contract for arland Motors, dewlston, 12,851.80 'on lots 18 and 17 in block t I

can menus the waiter left from the war. 10 am. the case.Advisor. building the_mID, Scopetta sail I and Hathcock Motors a..... toll, 134, Guava Street The house win
out toe someone who '2(184.00.Attendin( .
J*e> EngUsh and ---- 00; n' _. I..ct I -- be 29' 8" x 88' with a 29 8" x '
a student re- the meeting
were II' 8" garage, and its
costs la
to help us. MeetingFor Teach your Youngsters Commissioners O. H. George H. Imated on the building ere I
ra permit
the old palace used a* city S. Parkinson and W. B. Barren. 13,900.. aa '
Cub Pack \ \<
-*$ the traffic
carvings are interestt safety
1 J '
g; o snags over the Judge's There will be an advisory meeting ; | t

Indicate that Justice la stow; for Cub Pack 819. which Is being Impact of Sugar Expansion
carving of a Judge looking nn- sponsored by the Parent ..WALK OH on Economy i{ .1
/ a woman's skirt indicates! that Teacher's Association of Clewlston

Jude h" the privilege to ,1 4 x Friday night at the Social Han, LEFT Is Topic of Bankers Conference I
arch arwhere.. We went by First Methodist Church at 8 p.m.
tie car to The newly sponsored wine f
the top of the mountain group A t "
lee IIa old weJ.prtlerved *** > under the direction of Rev. David Sugar' Cane Conference Farm Committee of the Agricul ;
N> town. Denslow as Cubmaster and / has been set by the Florida ture Division of the Florida Bankers

The bus trip through James Brannan and Sam Rich as Bankers Association for Wednesday Association in conjunction with

ifII nt through huh farmlands sslstants.. afternoon December 11th. in them the Jacksonville Branch of the
;!II 1 All committeemen and Club at Pahokee according
excellent roads, good farm Den Federal Reserve Bank Atlanta.
acknery la sight 9**1 a prosper Mothers are urged to attend thisvery to lap announcement from Tully Dun- Approximately $100 million has

.pPearance' ewnrwhere. Important meeting. president been Invested in new mills and sugar
W, The meeting will discuss
Finn cane plantings in the
? **' August 9. da'a Florida
*** Station rapidly expanding sugar in Everglades
at since CUba
Che Crud Hotel Building duatry and the became acommunlatdominated
effect it win have
It most rained tours were headquart- BjaS SC > ** -"- Driveway ExtensionA FACING TRAFFIC on the economy of he area and imports) of Cuban country and I
every day of the sugar have been
dan 1ft were toParis, We used Le Mont SaM Michel has never been captured I It'seasy paved driveway extension Is state. Bankers, growers and other cut oIL Bow beat the inc ,, e

I& ?," a greet deal but our to see why as this photograph shows the entire being constructed for ClewUton City of Clewiston Interested wm la the future of sugarcane needs of this Dab can be. m i '., ';
Oil financing future ,
'tours Company operating the Atlan the rapidly and
considered this the
e were hampered by The Kings one most chanting ex
"city" plans and
.ther. walled other
Parise staging tic Service station on Eat Sugar problem 9f th* In Industry will be discussed fcylaajil
a cam-
n to clean] up its bufldlngs. and unique places on their entire tonr. land Highway. Police Department dustry.The en of the' financial liislM MrflsL

meeting ia sponsored by the growers themselves 1F7;; T, f
1 to
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II made a sentimental 'Journey to Season: TD
i Air Medal and nine Oak Leaf come tax form record 31Oewlson
i I .age Two THE: CLEWISTON NEWS dewicton. IT*. :SO bomblrg mission England and many of their former teem epoee by IndIvidual;
I I Ousters earned
{ Thursday, November 28, 1963 TEN TEAKS: AGO "boys" gathered to greet them. ) ,
I I Sex totaling 1M combat hours. I dewtoton News They spent about 3 months in the Season TD by
J II &1 Sonny Christine RedIsh and Melvin Carl- (From >1DdIvdua1!
28, 1953)) British Isle and met 230 former then) 39.Season.
I ion of Arcadia were married in I' Iro NeSmlth of RAF cadets of Riddle Field. points
I Mr. and bYI1ldlvldua1
I The Clewiston News Never before has our Great Nation Tampa.A depuy collector of internal Palm Beach, who were very active of Suncoast The Fort Conference Pierce Eagles but the lead dew-the then) W.
hundreds Ttgeri
much large day at the in entertaining the ranked
to entire
been exposed revenue spent on
held these record
: the
lamas Tigers liD
trained SIlncout
cadets who -
Published every; Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, I volumes of tragic news and em- dewfcton Post Office, assisting Royal Air Force World War Season point record, 217. las. OInference
Florida, b7 Tbo Clewiston News Inc., a FlorIda CoTporatloD.r' barrasment a* it ha experiencedthe residents in filling out their in in dewiston during
Entered as Second das Matter February; 1, 1927 at the Post past weekend.
Office in Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 8, While striving to show the world essrcrsr
1879. that our form of life! is model, we rrnrnrrrnnrrmrrr nrr rcu fo:
NATIONAL have heard and witnessed our ;
i'"I lASfocftTir ARID 4f president man charged being with assassinated the unthinkable anda

'';'! A crime, ha* been killed while CLEWISTON STORES BRING YOU
r AC11V1 under strict police protection, less I
:1 BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher l/ 0 (q than two days later in a land
'?,' S. H. STALLS. Managing Editor Q Nat I where law and order prevails .
; Subscription Rates ......... $4.00 per year T/Ot/ where a mill 1* innocent until
1 (Return Postage Guaranteed) proven guilty and where a per.
\ / Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 son has a right to express his
J {\ ,, i Advertising Rates on application. The management reserve opinions out loud.
o ; the right to reject any objectional advertisement! While there are many tragic
f j" j THffl NETK3 a>..m.. no r.eponilblllty for the return of .naollclU4tanuecripu memories we a* a nation must live A.@WijltlP
i or photograph, down together the unprecedented I oFsGiFTs.
1 ; THB NEWS aiium.s no financial roiponalbllltr for typographical :
{I'! error or ommlialone In advertisement but If notified of auoh orrori before manner In which, the former
th. nut laauo of the paper will reprint oorrectlr that part of thiadv.rtr.em..t first lady; held up, the rapidity with
,., In which the error occurred. In the event a time element
T':' j i would render the correction ualoel..., the New will reduce the price which plan and action in filling
'II. ,I; I, j"" of the advertleemont by an amount equal to the peroontaffo. of the total the void created by the president'
pace a* erroneoui or oml tt.d copy reoreeented.lW
,j death occurred we can: feel
!"; I confident that as individuals anda

The Supreme AnswerDuring rise days.government to meet the we demands are still able of our to I ONLY 22 SHOPPING DAYS

j" ",. the past week the world has witnessed one of the 5aCertainly .- '
Ji t great tragedies of history. Only rarely, since governments began no other country; In
,: has the head of a sovereign nation been brutally murdered, the world i* a* adequately Informed and Christmas
,, apparently by one of his own countrymen. with current happening a* I Between; ; Thanksgiving

.,. 'j Yet on Friday, November 22, 1963, shortly after noon, John America. The few minute required i
the volumes of
to set news
F" Fitzgerald Kennedy died from assassin's bullet which struck
-i an copy and TV coverage In motion 1 11 i iunbelfeveable. I 5 less than last year .
,:t"Y him moments before, as he"rode bareheaded, smiling and un- Never baa there
,:''f :I 'I frald, In bright sunshine, through thousands of cheering friends been such complete blanket coverage i
and admirers down the streets of one of the nation's great dues. of any single news event in vfliis have slipped
up you
the world and may ,
we hope never again. i
l' Millions of citizens were awestruck and unbelieving as the r Hr i .

I message was flashed on radio and television programs over A* we give thank Thursday for Merchants! '
the entire President Dead. but not on ,
country: Kennedy Is Not even a declaration the bountiful food before us, a* we t
of war could be more shocking. utter word of appreciation for this .

Time for a moment stood still. We had the unreal feeling Democracy: in which we live, we "I'Their stores are now
most certainly ask for guidance in ,
.. that it was only a dream-that a corrective statement would
the moral that
improving decay
.' ." be issued if would only be calm and wait few minutes
,. we a i '
hal befallen Nation.
''ji for it. We waited-but there was only coroboratlon; only de- our-s.... t i !well-stocked with holiday merchandise .
tailed verification of the dastardly deed. l
?, :))' } The Clewiston Lions pulled a first

:,, ; The nation lost a vibrant leader, a devoted dozen and a for the area recently by visiting I things would love to receive 1 i
.,' Belle Glade via three transportation i anyone
courageous soldier who throughout the 46 years of his life gave methods by land, water i
unstintingly of himself to his country In every field of endeavor. and air.

In his inaugural} address President Kennedy had said"Do The Intra-club meeting was plan i as gifts. It isNot

s 'not ask what your country can do for you: Ask, rather what ned, changed and reverted backto
E j
{ YOU can do for your country?" Friday, the President made the the original date and pictures!
that made
were were "outdated"I
: a supreme answer to his own question: he gave his life. before they were developed I 1 i Too Early

Twenty years from now-or thirty-or fourty-If someone not to mention the photographer ,
a'" asks what were you doing on November 22, 1963 We shall goofed on the boat picture and i

F'"f remember with startling clarity-every moment engraven in Uons didn't to have haul the the nerve boat back to ask to the the ,' to shop for Christmas. 22 days is
'i our hearts. The picture is indelibly fixed: we were herewer real
locks. While trying to get a '
/ ,,4 were doing thus and so,-and President Kennedy was dead. original hot, the "over-under" make
I little enough time to selections
J. iJ'r camera took an outstanding pictureof ,

,:. +t .. Salvage ? ? .No, It's Garbage! deleted never the ihowed pipe the LIons.rail for at The a the pix land locks so: group Dick but ; gift-wrap them and be ready for'

,: 1 l' : ?r' If your mall has been cluttered with long envelopes from Baker Baker's, Dan plane McCarthy picture was and Bill for the big day. (4## a'

'ol.'.:, "Claim Adjusters", or "Salvage Companies" or similar names naught. '
\ f of firms who claim to be handling merchandise from "estates", -sa- '
fj' t "trusts", salvage operations, liquidations, and the like takes Before we completely file the Remember Last Year ? :
our advice,-RUN, don't walk to the nearest waste basket football away credit should be given -
or garbage can and deposit it therein. to the staff for the remarkableJob
Then forget about It. done this season by Joe Bundy; ,
i ; waited till the last week "
capable staff of Bob gifts i '
and his very you h
i"R Those who have fallen for the bait have not been pleased Baker, Ernie Hill and Buren Hall '
I with their purchases. The enclosed "Public Notice" describes
a. staff in three short
The new
various items of merchandise which are offered at "liquidation : weeks whipped a squad sprinkled t to purchase? You were getting tired ''i
prices" which are presented as far below retail prices. How- with six sophomores and delivered VS., !:
when the merchandise arrives and Is compared with ,
ever merchandise an Impressive 6-3 record, with the
'', on local shelves there is seldom any saving In price. outlook good for next year. While i t the stores were crowded and our
t .on occasion the "adjusters" price exceeds that of the local mer- giving rose to the staff, I ca.tmJ'

I ? chant.The merchandise offered In the broadside is on public dis outstanding vote to individual Alberto Morrell player as of the the I patient clerks (who are not so busy ;

play-in California. season. The entire squad has improved
Don't bite. Go to your local merchant; his merchandise Is immensely, with other individual

on display right in front of your eyes. players to the contributing season success outstandingly I right now) rushed-and rushed-and

and remarkable "team play.
r (Can't write 30 for football without rifthed-and rushed.
mentioning your truly guestimated I
Acreage For a 6-3 record before Pahokee.).

!/& to 7ji sections I They helped get your gifts ready

'$125.00 per acct} : up It's History' Now i for Christmas, but not without effort.

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J p "' DADE-MONROE REALTY (THIRTY From Clewiston TEAKS AGO News I I' Come In Now

November 24, 1933)) M
1 Phone YU 3-2941
309V, Sugarland Hwy. CkwUton Is about to have a
movie of its own. MM. Mary; Hayes -' .

1 1a .._ Davis, owner and publisher of the to'our Clewiston stores where there is
H Hendry Count News, la LtBelle, ,,M I
I will put talkie in the Alton a
building on Francisco Avenue. nIl I
L Lt will neces state railing the roof a no confused crowding. The gifts are

j '; 1tIt Ia and adding about 20 feet to the I
1. for
N. L. Hemenway W. L. Cowart, ready you. '
Troy' Puryear and George Kumpe
1'1 f : BEFORE travel spent several days hunting turkey I
you 'Er In Big Cypress while GUI UcGe l Try it Now and
I nee and dbert Stewart camped
: I It
; write for free 1
j 1 yow at Sam Jones Old Town.P. .
l lc a ato
T. A. Members were : .
TRAVELGUIDE learn there (100 In the treat 3
'. ; was 1
c i ury so they Immediately paid in ; See For Yourself _
full for a picture encyclopedia. At '
+' 11 :- !
: 'I ,, the meeting 12 kindergarteners i i
made a hit by dancing a minuet$ tt la You will be glad did! i
., : ,l''I Travel the Congren way colonial costume. you
t I I with this Travel) Guide. Li
I I. ) 1: \ ;' ,,'. Just the size to carry In TWENTY,TEAKS AGO This Advertisement I
I r ', your pocket or the glove (From Clewiston News "...

t I l" I comportment your car. November 26, 1M3 Published as a
I ; : I .: Give rote, location An American cadet Robert C. J
I in" I'Ij .rtJ k. foctlltUi of better clan motor hotel coast to cot Bowman of Canton Ohio and Flying Community Service
''l \ I I it f :i j ..r5', |n pecteJandaj>piovedby Congrei Motor Hotel.' Instructor Fred G. Howe 30, By'tThe I II
U '. 'J + : ,.. J Member of Congm, Motor Hotel elhr fie '! of Clewiston.were killed In a training ,
t 1..lot: bf honor Credit Cord crash at Benbow Farm*. The J
; : re.ryatloes.1vta: .W
C I' men wer attached to British Flying
(1! I' I ''J : Training .S chool., ,operating Clewiston
; ; '' MOTOR.:HOTELS then *t Riddle Field, Owiiton. NewS I
: iii -C.**..! Start Bgi. Jack Moorman arrived I

t i j j:1.: Avenuo9Florida t, on leave after nine months
J ',1\.0'" jjaj.i9.ach. l' In the Mediterranean theater with > '
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:ndlelight Tea wm receive be placed silver at the entrance to dewiston. ITa. THE CLEWtSTOM: NEWS Page Three

Christmas Event donations of those I November 1ft( 1463 I
3 annual Christmas Candlet wishing to jive them :,. "She took the ring from her finger and the placed

be win be given at the Com.aity parents; Russell Judd and Mrs.
i, Tea Presbyterian Church parish Hymn Sing PlannedBy Seaboard Curtails W. A. Johns paternal grandpar.: : it in his hand ." I

on Friday\ evening Decem- ents.Pattlson It
M 6th at tight o'clock. Mr,. F. E.Uing Presbyterians Okeechobee Funeral Horn was In t
, l president of the Woman'a The StopsThe charge of arrangements. I

en oclation in the, says Christmas the tea season which In hold congregation Presbyterian of Churchwui the Community Seabord Railroad company CARD OF THANKSMy Thanksgiving at the Glades! i I
another filled
Is with
Hymn heart gratitudefor +
Sing at the has been authorized
tradition of carols, skits and by the Floras -
day refreshments, will follow to church 8:30: to Sunday which evening from 1:30: Public Utilities Commission to the generous kindness, help Entrees Include . t+''' ,
understanding offered
and by so
of the event In previous everyone ia cordiaUT discontinue Silver! Star stops at ,
pattern Invited. Vest Lawe Wales, Okeechobee: and many during the'Illness and passing oj'
ft.in.. I The of my late husband Milford ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF AU JUS'-
program will Indiantown.
[ Catherine Brown is Scripture reading and consist of a I Bland Minton. J especially extend 'ROAST FRESH PORK HAM with Apple Cornbread Dressing
,a of the program chair-I no sermon. The hour will prayer be given but- I chobee will changes still are have made five trains Okee my deep appreciation to Drs. Me* GOLDEN FRIED FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP (Never Frozen) I
public Is cordially to ConvDDe and Smipe! the iUff of
r Jssion is charged but plates favorite congregational hymna. singing of I!topping dally, West Lake Wales, Hendry General Hospital the blood ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING with Cornbread Dressing "" I
six !land Indiantown four. Requests ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY with Cornbread Dressing
donors Rev H. H. Ford, David
I to discontinue Silver :Me'tear Pattlson and Funeral Home, Veterans BAKED VIRGINIA SMOKED HAM with Fruit Dressing t
service to Indiantown and
Lake Worth were denied. Both of Foreign Wars, the pallbearers TENDER DINNER STEAK with Mushroom Sauce .
A and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Happy Thanksgiving Silver Star and Silver Meteor
Ehrlich and residents of Ehrllch and vegetablesFRESH
atop ,at Auburndale may be discontinued I
has Immeasurably
Trailer Court Everyone I
h ald.,! the Commission order eased the burden of POLE BEANS CREAMED BRUSSEL SPROUTS

t Ii my loss and I sincerely; wish to FRESH SUMMER SQUASH FRESH MIXED VEGETABLES
Elaine you. F.. Beloved Wife. POTATOES Oven Brown Fried, Salad Baked Candied

r To All of Our \ BirthdaysNov. Fresh CORN on COB Fried ONION RINGS

28: Hilda Brantley, Ann Chef's Salad & Choice of Dressing
Many Friends Miller, Marion R. Ange, Henry Reduced $70.00 ,
Keechl, Jr. and appetisersDelicious
from Your Nay, 29: R. C. Nowllng. H. E.
O'Brien. Mrs. George :McGee; Edward : Cream of Turkey Soup Fresh Fruit Cup Supreme i
TupperwareDealer Harris Jimmy Pitzen. Originally $139.50 Chilled Fruit Juice (Shrimp Cocktail Supreme 75c) ,
Nov. 30: Belle Bryan' Catherine and

Brown.Dee. 1: Elaine Thompson Strick Sofa Bed and or Hot Coffee Iced or Hot Tea Santa (Milk,,lOo)

land. George M. ,Adams, Paul
Chair and desserts
Bowden Clyde Haffield, Rachel Matching

)ur sincerest gratitude for your faithful Dec. 3: Pat Drake, Andres Car-
Wo. Bill Baker. with extra arm covers FRUIT JELL-0 CHOCOLATE SUNDAE PUDDINGS
\hich we count together with our other blessings I Dec. 3: Elta Frewitt K. V. Turner (Of Course Rolls at the GLADES.AIwajs homemade) ;+

Henry Pelham. NOWr$69.50.Reduced Complete $2.25 Children $1.75
Rachel B. Padgett Dec. 4: Kenneth' stiles Csrti Ann
Twiddy. Johnle O. Jackson;-Jack $10.00 weekly
Burt, Jackie Jackman, Cyuthla until cold.Culom Call Tony for Reservations
Sultan Alicia (Mrs. Alberto) deArmas.
draperies and traverse
rode. ;
CHeCK Free estimates ..1

: repreients payment ,In, full or part of OBITUARYInfant Van Cothern's 1- v.:. 'I I

p _, on obligation. When buying a car. II
ff 'T F' refrigerator or groceries we never Judd Custom UpholsteryPhone

question the bill but pay it. Have we Graveside funeral services were YU 2-5831
.1'/.4.\' ever flopped to realize everything held Saturday morning at Ridge- RESTAURANT

C 7 we have is made possible became lawn Cemetery for infant Mary I
/H',? God hoi entrusted it to cs-even the Sue Judd who died shortly after --.S".
\ ..."4 birth Wednesday afternoon SfcJ 3 3 >>>>SMs.:
,,; \1 air we breathe. Rev. K H. Ford, pastor of the ; \\i '

\Y Is i it too much 'o ask/ that we flive God bock Community Presbyterian Church UP
a tenth of that which we earn when the offerIng officiated at the service i j! fir R H6R61
plate/ reaches ui?"Will/ a man rob Cod?" She la survived by her parents, to! Procmrt' ... \.tryI'f' -'
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Judd, a ate- i,
Malachi 3.8 I ter Ellen Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. .

' 43A.M.Community\ Bible HENRY School 407 HORRELL Royal Presbyterian Palm FORD.6.00P.M.: Avenue Minister Church Youth Fellowship Q. E. Etherton PIZZA maternal grand-' I tl IISfMA )m I@ I.I I.

11:00: A.M. Worship

"He,Is Here" Sugarland Pharmacy
The i crd'; Supper Ytf2-33ll jieiuantsmashtaarArrow
___7:30 PM. Song Festival
t Bright, Cheerful Good Looking
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And 0, So Easy to Care fort rmr I

I 100% Cotton blouses, bright florals I II

Clewiston Church Directory \ with easy-care harmonizing pants Dectolene

.; in two styles: 100% Dacron
208 North Atlantic Street Highway 'I2t >U S. PaeUle Acetic Overblouse "White long-sleeved ,
Phone 'YUkon M811 Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Rev. /M Coleman i I!
Oewiston, Florida t:4J: ..-Sunday School 10:00 ,m.-Sunday School Collarless $i sleeves Dress Shirts \
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service with solid color pants A True Wash n' wear \1 '
Rev. Larkin L. Connolly 6.43: p.m.-Training Union T:30 p,m.-Evening Worship or ,
8:00 p.m.Evening Worship Wednesday:
day Masses 8 & 7:00
a.m. : : p.m. $8.95Men's
May Mass, 7:00 a.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p,m.-Prayer Service Shirtwaist type blouse ,, I
8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday:
r tattoos Day. Mass, Saturday 7:00 p.m.from 4 to S. -FEESBTTEEIAN 7:30 p,m.-Young Peoples Endeavor Collar, and long sleeves solid pants ",,; j

,d 7 to 8 COMMUNITY '
p.m. 47 Keyal Palm Arcane $10.98 per set j
>HE CLEWHTON ASSEMBLY 9.45: s.m6unday School HOLINESS CHUBCBBealh C1 j
Gold, blue
turquoise, ,
OF GOD 11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship Clewbio I green
Jades ,F. KlabreL, Pastel 11:00 a.m.-Nursery In the Parish Rev J. R. Taylor, Pastor Dacron denim t -' j
day: House 10:00 a.nu-Sunday School rants
Cotton print blouse, t
"lay School, 10:00 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship j
lull Worship, 11:00 shipWednesday 7:45 p.m.-8untfsy Evangelistic It's the Berries I I
Kith Worship.' 11:00: : Wednesday: In red, black mint green r r I .
".y.r Hour, 7:00 7:30: p-m.-Cholr Practice 7:4J p,m. Prayer Service l
Vl.D i UaUc Rally, 7:30 Friday: $12.98 per set '
!CIa,: CRURca or JESUS CHRIST 7:45 p,m.-Youth Service
restra Practice, 7:09 APOSTOLIC FAITH -
:'wsday: Booth Oewistoa CHUKCO OF CHRIST' Terry Sue'iBrilliant i
'vist's' Ambassadors 7:45 Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor IN Seat Cesitral Avena cotton blouse
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Earl: Arnold, :Minister Shirt-tail blouse ,
or ovei
nwr BAPTIST annual 11:00 a.m.Preachlng Sunday: % l i
1(2 E. Testers Arena Tuesday: 10:00 nm. -Bible School Regular or short sleeves -I
**v. Lees H. GanbrellInterim 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00 a,m.-Worship Well-fitting long-sleeved

Pastor Friday: p.m.-WoraJaIp Shocking pink, orange, mint, blue yellow
Sanu-Sunday School 7:30 p-m. -Young People's Meet- Wednesday: 3 Dress Shirts
' m.-Moming Service In. T:30 p.m.-Midweek Devotions $5.98 each Cotton broadcloth with
S and Bible Study
Pnu-Training Union -
Reg. buttondownArnel
o p.m.-Evening Service 1'1'.ILUTIN'S' CBtJaai or
'QeIda,: (EpUeeeal) riBST METHODIST' CHUKCBJ31 Jersey collars
)> 2(7 North Futile W. Oseeela Aveaaw '
m.-otficeri and Teachers Shirt-tail overblouse -
Meeting The Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar Rev. David A. Denslow, Pastor : or $3.98 & $4.50
QP. .-Midweek Prayer Sera Sunday Services: ':45 ,nu-Church School r With fancy cuffs stripe or figured.
fee a.m.-EuI.7. Eucharist 11:00 a.m.-Morning service
S p.m.-Choir Practice 10:30 a.mw-Tamfly Service and 1:00 pjnMethodist Youth Fellowship $6.98 $7.98 Sport Shirts ,

Church School. r 4' --t plaids,
HTA Y BArmr: CHTJKOJ mffffiMn by_appointment.NOXTHSIDE ) ., Thursday 7:30 pjn: Evening study t ?" Dacron Pima Pants. ':' ,Long-sleePec ,',madras'' J'
Rev Bob agdon.CewIItea Pastor 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice Completely'IiDed by McGregor, TruVal A

S t.m.-Bunday School MMHONAIY.BAPYflT All colors Form Fit, sm. med..lg 'I

o P a.-Wonidp.".-B.ptlst Training Gervfp Union N. Fraaelsee Street- (Cart ttaa) $7.98 c $3.98 &- up. ,.. ,
JjP-a.-Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium .
School John C. : ,
' 10.00: a-nu Sunday Schemer Minister ,
1 9."t.-Brotherhood 11:00 a.nu-Mornlng Worship! ":00 a.r&-Bible Schoolaad.y Silk pantsEntirely Boys' Shirts 1
: '::30 pjnv-BTC 11:00 a.nu Communion and Wo- .s t cotton lined Long sleeved, tapered 1 '
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Pau-Cholr Practice 7:30 ,. -Pra7a Service 7:30 pnu Bible Study ,,< '"' ;"_,. Size 7 8 to 1718 collar sizes 6-16

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Four THE CLEWISTON: NEWS CUwiston Jla. Bridal Shower Saturday Hospital Note

Thursday November it, ID83Women Patients admitted

Cecile Jones lar Walter Lee GIUUI n tit,
Honors Miss Williams, Jay Jotra..Ioa
rk itt ESJfcVitrlcla :
1 Miss Ceelle Jones, bride-elect of I ]lyn Nash F. E. Conkl1n,. P. M.j Davis Violet '
Karl Watson was honored at a miscellaneous McIntyre and the Misses Mattie Holoubek Mrs. Snyder' Mda"

6 s V Iew6 .r bridal shower Saturday Sue Williams and Linda Walker. Wood MaS riH

O 4MR. evening at the home of Mr. I Also Mesdames D. W. Judd. G. Hennr W. Shupe, lg
and Mrs. K. S. Swayne. Hostesseswere I E. Etherton Charles B. Owens Wade.
Misses Sandra Swayne and' Edward Barton Ray Coots E. L.

Future Homemakers Present Lyn Vaughn Mrs. John Brsnaman II' Holoubek Steve Johnson Gary Patients remainin. -
and Mrs. James L. Owens. Clark R. F. Baker Moye Bishop Dupree. O. A. Anderson,
R. M. Bishop Sirman Dyes, Charlie Wood. Nettle (Curry
and white color schemewas Haro1d
"Moments to Remember" ShowThe A yellow used In the party dtorat1ou.1 Martinez Ida Rogers Wayne red Rachel Mathis. Violet
of and Wilkinson Leah Lowe. Bill Baker.'i James Bennett, Eddye
Floral arrangements yellow
Irene Waldron Jackie Parrish Walter Lee GUM
Clewlaton Future Homemakers corduroy jumper and A-llne skirts white were placed in the foyer and Lazaro Cuent
R. V. Cochran and Misses\ Nan | Henry: W. Shupi, Jr..
Chapter presented "Mo were modeled.A on the refreshment table. I "
Nell dark Anna Pastel Margaret !Shupe, Virginia W a".
menu to Remember" a fashion busy Saturday afternoon Miss Jones opened and displayed' Carter and Barbara Francisco. Mitchell.

show of garments made by the scene was followed by perhapsthe many lovely gifts. The hostesses
assisted by Mrs Swayne. served
girls themselves, before an appreciative most important night of the r NEW
punch cake mints and nuts. CARD SUPPLY 01' 8Clt.t
audience In the school week,-Saturday. The IlrlaPt'ere' The guest list included Mesdames PADS are ready Nnw
il: : gymnasium Thursday evening.Mrs. dressed for dates and other Important L. L. Shirley and Paul Watson We wish to take this means of etyor
occasions.The thanking Dr. Shupe the hospital
Frank Gentry home economics of Pahokee and MesdamesCarl
teacher and F.H.A. advisor final scene was Sunday Lamar Ferrara J. A. Duncan staff and our wonderful friends
morning and showed three girls for their kind thoughts flowers, Did You Know
opened the show by introducing Wm. C. Owen Ruth B. Owens ?
ready for church. They were gifts and their many prayers, during
the two M. C/s, Donna Redish Thomas B. Owens Betty Younk-
dressed in suits which were very the sad time of loss of our in- You can
and Anita Carlin. man H. C. Jones, R. W. Jones get
attractive and can be used for fant daughter and granddaughter.
: based occasions. and MjRS. WALTER EDENS Ruth Vaughn Parker Wilson C. J.Lovvorn. D. W. Judd family
\ The fashion show was on many
H. T. Jr., Virginia
a girls' activities! for the week The older girls who participatedin Glenn Etherton family Bar-B-QtoGO!
Edens Roblson E. C. Mills H. T.
ti: end. The first scene was of a typical the show are becoming quite Johnson '
,,,.. school day and the girls mod- expert in sewing, but for many of arrangement created an attrac- Vaughn Sr., Christine Doty FredC.
A 2/c and Mrs. Walter Thomas tive setting for the social hour during flukes G. H. Brown G. H. Coleman -
this their
would the
: eled dresses which they younger girls was CARD OF THANKS
Edens have returned to Galveston Mrs. C. M. Dan McCarthy,
' at which the hostess, Jep- Pirkle
wear to school. Next was a scene first attempt sewing. Every
'}\ of a Friday night football date. outfit shown in the Fashion Show Texas after a visit with his parents son served refreshments to Mrs. J. Fred Baker J. E. Betrdsley We would like to thank our A
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Abner Vann Mrs. W. G. Perry Anthony Trolls Doris Francis ,
iJ' Many popular sportswear styles was made by the girl who modeled many friends for the cards flowers -
Edens. Prior to their marriage on Mrs. George Coleman Mrs. Vera Wm. Parrish Henry H. Ford. Chas.E. .
such as the wraparound skirt the It. and the many other acts of
September first Mrs. Edens was Mills Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Atwell. LeRoy Hare J. J. Gelg- kindness shown to us during the
Miss Sharon E. Johnson daughter Doug Ellis Mrs. Johnie Jackson er, K. F. Shows, Charles E. Miner loss of our son.
of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Johnson Mrs. Joe Sexton, Mrs. John Drake R. M. Hare J. W. Betrdsley. Ab- Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Phone YU 2.9322
4 4a Galveston, and a 1961 graduate of and Mrs. Art Lawrence. ner H. Van A. W. Lawrence Eve- Button Sr.
Galveston High School The groom
graduated from Clewiston High -

THRIFTY'S School in 1961.

Rev. Edward Finley officiated

at the double ring ceremony, following
a program of wedding music -
SHOPPER'S SPECIAL for WEEK-END presented by Marjorie :McCoy, LOCALS
organist and Bob McCain vocalist ,
Miss Jeanlne Thieke was maid of
Baked Macaroni
L ly will remain In Qewiston awaiting
honor and Misses Barbara Armour Mrs. Frank Johnston II. of
Golden brown his next assignment
r filletwith melted cheese and Sharon ShrIver were brides Gainesville., was a weekend
/ John Owens son of Mr. and Mrs.
maids. visitor of Mr and Mrs. Charles
f of blue water fish Thomas B. Owens left Thursdayfor
en casserole, Ronald Landsedat of Bunker Hill! J. Lovvorn. Jacksonville where he was
I. AFB best and ushers Mrs. Wm. C. Owen is spending
was man were
tartar sauce, Cole Slaw sworn in as a member of the U. S.
' Thanksgiving and a few days following
crisp tossed salad Eugene Thieke and Kenneth Moor Marine Corps and he is now In
in Coral Gables visiting her
French Fries, hot dinner rolls man. I I son, Richard B. Owen. Parris Island S. C. for basic
The bride's gown was of Clr.anzaI training.
" Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Parkinson of,
, Hush Puppies andAlencon lace worn with a fingertip
North River Road LaBelle were
illusion veil attached to a
visitors in dewlston Mr. FLORIDA GAMEIN
satin pillbox hat and her flowers Tuesday.
were white roses and carnations In Parkinson was speaker at the Business -I

58 2 for 98 a cascade arrangement Her attendants Club. and Professional Women's ORANGE the Clewiston BOWL
were gowned in chiffon I Among residents
Miss Lovvorn Currie of Tallahassee attending the game between the *
in blue and pink and carried; bouquets t ,
of white carnations edged in is spading the Thanksgivingwith University of Miami and The Uni- k -
the color< matching their gown. her parents Mr. and Mrs. versity of Florida in the Orange
; Breakfast I Eddye Currie. Bowl at Miami Saturday were:
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Owensof Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Crosby Mr.
One grits I Sorority PlansChristmas Tulsa Okla., Mrs.\ Myrtle Hough and Mrs. R. G. Berner Mr. and K) :
egg, Project ton, of Lake Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Houghton of Riviera Mrs. R. FV Bakery:Mrr and Mrs
I toast, coffee o Christmas gifts for South Florida Beach were guests Sunday of their Warren Howell Mr. and :Mrs. We have much to be thankful for
mental patients were brought so
sliter-ln-law Mrs.: Ruth B. Owens Harry Vaughn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Ray : .

;;i 29I by vember Ecemplae meeting members of XI to Delta the No-Pi and their nephews, Thomas B. and Fittman, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Insurance helps you to protect many of your blessing's.your ,,
and their fami Stalls Charles B. Owens Edward for loved
chapter held at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Owens home the food on your table health care your
Dean Bill Norman Dr. Michael ones-for money although It doesn't buy happiness, does pv
George An interesting Jepson. "Cloth- lies.Mr.. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly have Herring! A. W. Waldron Jr., Mr. for these pleasures and necessities.

I Ing for Madam" was program presented by returned from their Waynesville and Mrs. Ken Walker Mr. and Insurance protects against the loss of that money whirl
Thrifty Drug N. C. home and will spend the Mrs. Ernie Miller Mr. and :Mrs. these bleulnp!
Mrs. J. P. Sexton. Plans for the Bob makes it possible for you and yours to enjoy
Christmas party for the chapteron winter at home in Clewiston. They Galasslnl Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Don Let us plan a complete insurance program for you now. CallBeardsleyNash III
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tou-
December 14th were completed. have leased the home of Mrs. Agnes
r lis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker Mr.
East Crescent
Thomas on
Candles and ,an autumn tableFRANKsCrocery and
Drive. Mrs. Bob McColley Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beardsleyand Mrs. Tom Jones, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Bass, Bill
Bowden Henry
baby of Gainesville are spending
Mike and Bill Jr.,
Bowden Mandy
Thanksgiving here with his parents -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beards- Morrell, George Haunts, Mr. and
ley and other relatives. They will Mrs. R. C. Nowl1n,. Mr. and Mrs.Frank Insurance AgencyPhone
Polhlll Joe
Bundy Alberto
return to Gainesville Saturday.
t, Morrell. Dennis Gann Johnie Jackson CleW JtoD
YU 2-7501
/ Mrs. S. C. Fry was in Hawthornefor
Smitty Polhlll Ernie
several days visiting her son Dave Hill NEW OFFICE HOCKS a AJW. U II'.IL
Pattison Mr. and Mrs. Bob
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Scott CLOSED ALL DAT SATURDAYS
HOME OWNED AND OPERATED Fry and their infant son Crochet Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Sid I

Gregory Scott, who was born on

Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 31401I November IS. I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCarthywere
in Okeechobee Friday to attend
the Clewlston-Okeechobee football

WILSON'SBAKERITE game and visit with his parents -
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. McCarthy -

I Guests of Mr and Mrs. Dan McCarthy

3 59 on Thanksgiving Day will 15% DiscountAny

1.t-. Can be Mr.Mrs.and Celia Mrs.McCarthy D. B. McCarthyand of Okee-

.' chobee.
I Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Beardsleyand

I, MINTO HUNTS children arrived yesterday to
;. spend Thanksgiving with his -
Sauce 2 for 39 I 2 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards-parents
Cranberry ._ % Catsup __ __ ____ for 33 ky at Beardsley Farms. He has merchandise 5.00 or above

recently resigned his pastorate atVlncennes

PLANTATION LIPTON INS'l'. Indiana and the faml-
bought for CASH Friday or Saturday,

Meal - __ __ 4-lbs. 33 I Tea -__ _ 3-oz. jar 69g '
1" Ii.
Nov. 29
.d, ', will receive

Corned Beef
___ ____ 39 Celery __ __ __ ___ 2 for 19 FIND HIM OUT HIS

i WIFE: WILL /!,
NO. 211''OOLES McINTOSH 15 % Discount

i hunk: 2 for 39 I
: Pi'nea'pple' Apples --_ ___.. __ 6 for 2S \

*Salad Dressing ".n Qts. 4S% I Marshmallows- .. 10-0z 19% : : : :(Offer. good these two days only",& for CASH)


!IwtferIb.; pattie 39% I Baking Hens ---_ __ Lb. 49% : .


59 I ChICkens Lb. 39
,,1', Perk Chaps __ 3Sj % -- --- -- --

: J'R P..SauAe.' IIH MADB \ I Lb. 39I I FRESH Himburgr.r GROUND 2-lb. 99% "You'll le glad in December, you thoppeA in November"Page

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christmas Mail Is hands time to of get gift and cards: In a, derful because it showed us so Page Five

condition addressees TO THEEDITOR clearly: how great was the esteem THE CLEWISTON NEWS
Race Against Time or damage I crERS Thursday Nov. 28. 1983
or delay due to human error.to .- in which John was held.
1 marks the start of: "Our ployei need hat been kindto
December !? public> help Everyone so very the horizontal semicircular canal
of the biggest and toughest run this race against tlme-and :' us that we would like to> conveyour
one in town-tlve annual racewDSt patrons of the Clewlston office Editor thanks but although the English for the conduction of sound to the
races! time at the CJewistDn poet can assist us by shopping mail The Clewlston News, language is 'a rich one there inner ear This operation was

oytce as iu Christmas maU rush Jog right now and by using ZIP Clewlston, Fla. are some things for which words known as fenestration from the Latin i" .} 'rl'
into hip gear, Postmaster Code In both return and destination Sir: do not exist and M I try to express fenestratus, (furnished with windows -
Sia.soel noted da addresses The ZIP Code number A few nights ago one of my :our appreciation I know that this ). More than one stage was
New report from Postmaster for all of dewlston is J3440. neighbors called about my two-, cannot be done adequately. So required to complete the operationand
General JollA Gronouskl In way radio interferring with their may I simply say thank you for the fenestra or opening had a
Washington to Mr. Siai indicate an TV This very wonderful and gracious myself my son. David and tendency to close.
nationwide record mail daughter Diane and God bless
anticipated had been badly misinformed -
About an opera.ton
en :years ago
for this Christmas season [ and advised as to the each of u
volume Flag Football you.Sincerely, which had been earlier aban-
of nearly 12 billion pieces during cause and remedy for this con Mary Clark doned when the fenestration tech
December.) ditlon. I called a fecal TV service nique became popular, was revived
Locally Postmaster Sill expectsperembrcana Bj WOODY CARRCTHEES man and received the same incor- wide
_. and has since achieved 4w
volume to total rect advice. '
I success Known as the stapes mobilization
( : exceeding last December's Both second place teams in regular As a service to your readers and the procedure is Involved
record total of 160,838 season play found the right anyone incorrectly: advised perhaps HEALTHyopicI : with mobilizing or removing the Ry'
niCCCSShopping. combination last week to become you would be interested to \ fixed stapes
and mailing early the play-off champions know that a simple] "hlghpasss" The advantage of the stapes 4 rpy

Dew," the postmaster The Rebels outlasted the Jets in filter Installed across the TV an- operation is that it requires only I rr
tenna leads will eliminate such Interference. n F
what seemed to be a battle between \ one or two days of hotpltalization. Wto
Customers who buy early get Greg Miller and Mike Kehoe, little postoperative care and the I
the pick of the Christmas stocks; but Miller scored three touchdowns The cost of the filter l is almost A Swrle eI Y_ Doctor ol tdlelM.. I patient can return to regular dally
U aided .the Yew LoeoJ Utdml Socwty .... Ik*
local economy by to Kchoe's always less than one dollar.
be two which gave the nurida Medial AMOdMkm.DEAFNESS activities when he leaves the hospital l i
activity thus created and Any one interested in additional ,
business Rebels a 19-U win over the Jets Patients as old as 75 years
everyone Including the postal for the palyotf championship formation should contact the Federal : NEW HOPE I have successfully undergone the _
itrvlce Is happy about the addllonal In a game to decide third and Communications Commission Deafness is considered by many stapes mobilization operation for __
time that early, mailing at fourth place the Chargers were P. O. Bldg, Miami I7a., or any the number one physical Impairment deafness. There Is no age limit
trailing 20-19 and only IS seconds reliable TV service department An estimated six million per and the experience is rendered
DMEarly mailing also gives us Sincerely in the United States have
to play when Cecil Keen took a yours sons painless by local anesthesia. I
Tiger kickoff and galloped 65 yards I. L. MOODY, some degree hearing loss
for the whining ImI-4006 One out of five cases of deafness
MOIJTO RING I I.A touchdown I dewiston, Fie is due to otosclerosis. the forma Glade Roofing Co. i
tion of spongy bone in the capsule AD Types ef EM and 1
The Comets second place teamIn LETTEK: TO EDITORAt of the labyrinth of the ear. Sheet Metal Week
I the regular season, tore Into this time when each of us When this spongy bone Immobilizes New CeastnettM: efKtpalr :
the Devils by a score of 2W to feels a personal shame in the the stapes or stirrup and limits Its Jeos pis be thankful for'! I
Become the Junior playoff chanv tragic happenings of our country; motion, a loss of hearing results Phone 27111
I liions. The Devils couldn't: stop the that In a country of freedom with Some fifty :years ago otologists
As with friends and relatives
1 we gather
fine Christian beliefs own president Day er EveningsP.
play of Allen Carlton as he our (ear speculate) devised a surgical l
scored the first two touchdowns of could be killed, it Is a wonderful techniques for bypassing the fixed O. Des 1265CLEWiSI'ON for the annual Thanksgiving
the game. Darryl Hartley and Arturo but humbling experiencethat stapes with a""window" made in FLA. Day feast we will be counting our
Tomeu both scored a touchdown an entire community could -- blessings. Sure, we all have our problems
In the fourth quarter to add a take a famly to its heart and share .
and but have
our sorrows, we
and loss. Humbling
little insurance to the victory. a great grief ,
The Angels played their best for we did not see bow wt could many, many reasons for Joy and
.. Gift That Mother Will game of the season but still could: deserve even so small a part of FOR thanksgiving too.
Cherish Forever. n't outscore the Warriors who took the affection shown us, but won-
What a grand Ideal! Mother's life- away third place in the playoffs. r.. Important among our personal bless- -
icon symbolized In fine.J jewelrythat Freddy Robertson and William Navarro :, I ings is the privilege of having many I:
'i hers alone. The bands scored a touchdown apieceto ( of you as customers and friends of ,, :
mother and father lead the Warriors 15-7 win. RYSTAL.
signify colorful to a
t birthstones represent the children our business. It is our pleasure to : I

(one gem for each child_ I serve your needs. :
and more can be added for new PLAYOFF RESULTS (MIDGETS) J 1JL IiiiiiiiI 1 ./i I
cement!) Semi-finals: Jets 6. Tigers 0; I '. I
Rebels 27, Chargers 2. '
Made ONLY in UK Whiteor Finals: Chargers 25, Tigers 20; Wed. Thurs FrL .. ITHANKSGIVING! ..

Yellow Gold Rebels 19, Jets 12. I Nov. 27 28 29
With its Individual.bands significantly JUNIORSSemitlnals

: Devils 20, Angels 6; Thurs. Open 3:30: Continuous
the -
joined OMtf by children
I birtHitones superb Comets 12, Warriors 7. CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY "
Quality guaranteed-crafted by Finals: Warriors 15. Angels 7; "V. i. r.vELIZABETH I

one jewelry maken Comets 25, Devils 0. TAYLOR Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fla.
Players selected to represent I
taiKut lifetime'' synthetic fctrthstonwon Clewlston in the District: Five RICHARD BURTONA I ENERGY E .'.... aw slMr" N.lfip0. I
for isch Child Florida Recreation Association Y Nln lel r
Flag Football Tournament will be Story of very famous very
Pncloul14K gold announced next week. The tournament Important persons r

Twt bands. II will be held in Clewlston on .. -'k-
rctmrenOngname December 7th with teams from -
and Boynton Beach Vero Beach and

tbroluhy hoer I West Palm Beach entering Sat. Nov. 30 Celebrates Ford's Biggest Most Successful Year With

rnltua.hhnledby. I 2 ,DIG HITS ,
Still AnotherThe
U.t Patent Dbic.sito I
kenGried by pg car of Mrs Earl Hendrywas "SUMMER HOLIDAY"Come
arraying number stolen recently from the Bowling Join in the Fun ,' \ :
Lanes near Belle Glade and
has been recovered by authorities
The thief was at first Identifiedas
JEWELERS David Wood, who escaped from A Different Kind of Western.
the City Jail recently however t; '\;

.this later proved a mistake. Totally new Instrument. panel adds
-- new style and driving ease 70%
bigger glove box. Optional power

Falcon Buys! avtllable.steering and air conditioning, now I

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We Ford Dealers are completing our BIGGEST

DinnerAt sales year In history. and the '64 Fords are J -'I! ; ',. ;

Thanksgiving more popular than ever. To celebrate we are _

offering moneysaving "BIG YEAR" FALCON

TheClewiston Buys on every new Falcon In stock. Come In today

and let us show you how we will save you more! America's Choice of 4 only transmissions fully synchronized Including I

on a '64 Falcon! 3-speed manual. 9 engines I up to
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Falcon's totally new exterlo
styling.Those new bumpers are
The entire family will of Brawny tougher lf'Clllooki, stranger steel I

enjoy dinner in our famous

dining room -

Open to serve you, un- J IportaCoupe/aIcein Iutwe <'
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Mes h ItMdIfd III esrepeehw
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1I I WeVrehar d everything but the trsdWonel Falcon economy. J
Thervs smart,new blur styflr*bulde and out Wider rear tread t"
Ind knprovtd utpentlo provide the plushest ride ever butt
"* campect" Save 011 MMcI wtth iMa.Yeer(or t.CCGde)

MaIntanenCe. MIf-edulUnc) brakes MinMIztd 1IIIfIet. rWF ,
Complete Thanksgiving Dinners galvanIzed undtr oar petti. CIaooet *.em 17 1IcoII o oarstsa9ttx
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Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS C ewlsbn. Fla. the Sebrlng U hour endurance race Education Officer i
Thursday, November 28. 1963 1* used to multiply the first place Bowling Leagues Addresses PTA
win of nine point giving a resuU OLD $

'. Endurance Race the only race In the United State of 14.4 points to the manufacturer, HAJTTT Xn LEAGUEThe Thomas Johnson, special education let. 'IJ..
which will count for points towards with a similar computation: down Glade Restaurant came up coordinator for Highland i _
: Slated In March both the world championship through sixth position. with high aeries 1709. and high county gave a very frank and educational -
for Manufacturers' Prototype. Last, but not least of the many game, 614 tor the year, dill past talk to member of the
There' IoU more In Sixty-Four and Grand Touring a **npk>prtipi" honors to be won at the famed week. Clewlston Parent-Teacher' Association Thurmond W; Knight
That's the .watchford for the Settling Other race so honored are: The Sebrlng 12 hour endurance race 111 Team W L at the elementary school
12 hours endurance racewhich Tar,. Florio Italy; Ifurburgring, 1964. win be the awarding of points Potashnick-Badgett ,.....- IT 17 cafeteria last Tuesday night "Accredited Farm & Land
1(, Is the only championship Gland Germany and the 24 hour race aLe counting toward the famed Third. A&W Root Beer ._ 22 22 The speaker spoke on education Broker"I I
GT Prototype auto road race Mans, France. Annual speed and endurance challenge Dan's Dragline ..._._ 20 24 from a parent' point of view and rhurmoad Knight Realty, Inc.FRANK.
j in North and South America. This trophy, awarded each fall to Glades Restaurant ...._..., 19 25 then reversed the approach and ... .... 5Uvreas ..... 2010 chars,
will be the fourteenth running of the winning manufacturer. HI Handicap Individual gave the same presentation from west P"III.. rl. lae A "' -I I
with "More the teacher's point of view. He I1YIara
:' thai annual classic for the world'sfastest In keeping the 1DSlxt.1Four" Series Game
.e. 250 kilo noted that teacher should Instruct
for Sebrlng a
.__ 589 237
i care and proven champion Julia Swindle ..
,I driven. On Saturday, March 21, meter stock car race has bee Bobble Swindle -.5M 220 in the form of a challengeto -- ;:;
,;, I 1964 this Internationally famous added to the program for FridayMarch Bebe Watkins ._, 577 212 do better and not Just to satisfy
20th. This race win be open HI Scratch Ind. Series the teacher's ego.
auto road race will start at the old TILLIS
: : time of 10 ajn. and finish at 10 Searing prestige in the worldof to stock sedan cars of both Airier Bebe Watkins ........ .. -. 487 The parent should cooperate with I
f automotive events 1* further enhanced and foreign origin. the school by providing study are&i
pjn. Twelve hours later and more can France Carne __ 469( Phone 924-5660 Pahokee Fl,
by being (authorized to and encouragement for his child, .
t than one thousand mile of a flat Helen Elate ------
Howell :
Representing Wilmoth
award the largest point total of any Ind. Game and should try to understand the & Associab.
out testing of men and cars. (NB HI Scratch
s'' j Due to requests from Press affiliates road race in the United States Tiger Cagers Bebe Watkins .__...._ 182 school program of education.The 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach
v from all over the world we counting toward the Championship Julia Swindle ,...W.... .. 177 association voted to sponsor s MORTGAGE LOANSAt
of Manufacturers' Prototypes and _. 169 a Cub Scout Pack, and to adopt
: trust that this schedule will be Earneitiue Leavitt
Grand Touring divisions, with a coefficient the annual budget The Health Interest Rates You Can Afford
for an
more satisfactory con Season
cerned.) of 18 points. Points are Open Committee reported the County ACREAGE RANCHES FARMS
warded to winning car in the Lake Bowling Health Department had completed RESIDENTIAL -
? The 1961 spectacle of Stbrlnf win Prototype; and GT divisions with League NewsTeam physical and eye examinations and
L continue to take the lead in an each first place receiving 9 points At Ft. Meade point tot. pins are currently doing followups and MORTGAGE INSURANCE

}. auto road racing events throughout 2nd place 6 points-3rd place 4 U.s. Sugar. CewlstoD 30 26,392Frcetie re-check Your Business is Appreciated

r the United States and Canada. The points and on down through sixth The 1963 Tiger "hoopsten" open ,...,....... 25 25,844 The first grade won the attendance
Sebrlng 12 hour endurance race Is place. The co-efficient of 18 for their season next Friday, December W. T. Grant 25 24.179 count and wa awarded W.00o
I I, with Ridge Conference game in .
H 24,997 be used to purchase books for
U I U. S. Sugar, Bryant
Ft Meade, according to the schedule the library.
V.Ddercr1ft Ir
released by Coach Buren Halt
Williams ..M-20:: 2U07
Coach Hall was guest speaker .t SHOP
r Good 11 25,155Bell. at
Residential WOWY
Sites the Lions meeting last Thursday ORNAMENTALSARE your, .
Glade Herald 11 21,80S
aDd outlined the prospects of the
Okeelanta SUlar... ..J4 22,485Hfgk LOCAL
Are getting scarcer each week approaching season Team Set IN DEMANDFlorida' STORIES
t Outlook for the season Ver'7brliht WOWY .............. 2W
letterman MikeMartina
as returning ornamental
Three sales made last week and Jimmy Bible have FroItie High_Team Game -- 831H1gb is one of the state'nurserybusiness fastest
been bolstered by five new transfer lad. Bet growing Industries. Ornamental

students and three sophomore ... nursery products and sales havebeen
:' Further CurvIn Martin 544
selection irospects. High IJIII. Gam. estimated to exceed $24 mll-

Transfer students Include Alberto I. Robert Brane ,............ 215 lion annually. Frank, DenmeadRealtor
If you plan to build in the future, MorreU a 511" junior from Pa- : Mea Over 100I Studies by Agricultural Experiment I
S' senior from
hokee; Bill Farrar, I Robert Brane ...,.. ...,..... 528 Stations economist show
Now is the time to buy your property Kansas City; Billy Carrlthers, 6'7"senior I John Pelham .. 524Curvla that some 3900 nurserymen produce
Jesse Buslck,
from Georgia; Martin ).,.,,,,.,.,., ,......- 544 the ornamental which include
$? junior from Kansas City; and
foliage plant palms, shade
IH T TI Mandy Morrell $'S" sophomore Bob Pearce Mea Over ZOO -. 1'0 and flowering trees. Exclusive Listing

from Pahokee. Dr. Cecil N. Smith
Robert Brace_... 215 say nursery
lP Bright prospective sophomores Wilbur MlnceJ'r" 200 plants go to grace the prem- For Sale Harlem Funeral Home
include Henry Powden, six-loot
lea of homes
'_ 206 parks, schools, pub
i J. E. BEARDSLEY Donnle dree. Yoder and 6'2%" Pat Bat Jim Brandon -,-- lic buildings. and commercial businesses Brand new concrete block building Over 4000 square

feet. Extra large Lot. Three bedroom furnished
REGISTERED! REAL ESTATE BROKER Coach Hall will be assisted by
Joe Bundy who will supervise theB" Boys ,in Service apartment in rear of building. This building will

, squad and Ernie Hill who make an excellent grocery store, clothing store, or
Clewiston Phone YU 27501FREE will coach the JV*.
'isftl iNG many other businesses. Excellent price and terms.
'13 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Abrador Technical Sergeant' Marvin
(Clip and Save) J. Bennett of Jennings, Fla., INfo IVQIONBoats Exclusive with:
has arrived here for duty with an
+r Dec. 6-Ft. Meade'-Away. Air Defense Command unit

I'" ,v. ,4A: : tit .... Dec. 10-Lake Placid'-Home. Sergeant Bennett, a radar tech- Guides Gas Ice FRANK DENMEAD, Realtor
Dec. 13-Florida Air Academy
nician, came here from an assignment Fishing Tackle Supplies
Away Melbourne.Dec. at West Mesa Air Force Station 813 E. El Paso Ave.
: 17-Sebrlng*-Home. N. 21 Johnson'sFishing
[ IlNl'lVilY Dec. 20-LaBelle-Away. The sergeant, son of Mr. and YU 2-3421

, Dec. 27-28 -Christmas Tournament Mrs: J. J. Bennett of Jennings attended Camp
"It to Deal with Realtor"II
t bW11DWIY' -Ctewiston, (Clewlston, Belle Jennings High School. Clewlston.,Fps Pays a
HI wife, Alene, 1* the daughter
Glade, Okeechobee and Pahokee.) ,
of :Mr. and Mr. Clyde Tomllnson -
Jan.Jan. S 7-Moore:-Arcadia Haven-Home.*Away. of Clewlston, Ha. II I

.... Jan -Avon Park*-Home. Gret KlckeUon

AT Jan. 11-Belle GladeAway.Jan. Gret Ricketson, graduate of Clew-
14-Frostproof*-Away. Iston High School, class of 1963,
AL FULLERS Jan. 17-Lake Placld'-Awa. base recently completed his basic:
Jan. 21-okeechobee'-Home. raining and has been assigned to
Jan. 24-Sebrlng'-Away. Co. C. 7th Batalllon, 3rd Training
Jan. 23-Ft Meade*-Home. Repent, U. S. Army Training
Miiu e. Paint Store Jan. 28 Arcadia*Home. Center *t Fort Gordon, Ga
Jan. 31-Avon Pank'Away.Feb. During his training period young
,i'r 4-Moore Haven-Away. i' Ucketson received an award for
I Feb. 7-FroItprool'-HOlM.
1444 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. Feb. S-Belle GladeHome.Feb. but i outstanding record. .

11, U, IS-Rldge Conference
Phone YU 2328LComplete : Tournament.
Gene Fuller Heads

Line of Paint and / Feb. 18OkeechobeeAway. 4 [
lip Suppliesy .
Feb. 21-FlorId. Air Academy Cancer SocietyGene

lIIt.'a_!'. _!'._!'. !'__!'._"._!'. Home.Feb. 22 LaBelle-Home. Fuller', Clewlston recreation -
director, has been appointed
Ridge Conference Games.
: ';1'. ., president of the Hendry County
H Unit of the American Cancer Society lT
'. :4. and will nom name the local
director for the 5-county district 11,
which covers Glades, Hendry, Lee,
Charlotte and Collier counties. 'A'yr
All A meeting has been caned for 6
County pan. on December 5 at the Pit
Room of the Glades Restaurant of
all former members and volunteer
and all other Interested In promoting

r at the courthouse in LaBelle Fuller the work state of that the volunteers Society. will

e' be needed to conduct the educational -

'j ; : ., and the sub-office in Clewiston the organization Society and financial next Spring be campaign,formed and thatan to of "Happy Thanksgiving Folks!

: plan this campaign. (or the entire

county.: Mr. LeRoy Feller of LaBelle .'.

I' Will B ClosedEMay Society the district, and has lay contributed,delegate of much the and have some,turkey"

; t *;: to its work ta the past

111 '. : *ISnfajrland PharmacyPIZZA Nope '-, Pop Isn't: Fooling

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'. ..,- Pop can take a good deal of redit., He providedreliable
; L.P ps service and gas range on which Yom counts for uw'l
Custom Tailored
Nov. 29inobservance'oU" meals as well as for special
occasions like,Thanksgiving.
'j'f. Pop and Yom join in counting their blessings on Thanksgiving Day
t t Draperies and
, somewhere on the list is their IrP pi
eve r d dab I e
I n Y ,, e p e D
I"I' service. It'l
"\. available to home
every where.

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; 1: '; J. 'j .,&. :1"i Free. Estimates Glades

I' r :' )oi Gas:(f Co.

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b. ubmlt- dewiston Fla. THE CLEWBrON NEWS Page
Certified Chock. Cashier A Combination may ,
ed by a
L'4\ts Check or Bid Bond executed by the ted aC tile option of bidder, Thursday November 28. 1118.1 \ t
[ S11Iij1ll; D I >Yk\11!>E1 I Bidder and Surety Company licensed covering units one and two above .
to do business In Florida In a sum Any qualified bidder mar bid on /
t) the all or any of inch vnlU of work Including compete with outof-state trees on "
PHONE YUkon MJ01cciriED -- --- : UJIIOOI': tho \ tar.td..Tt.o Bond combination bid a* mentioned Florida Can Grow their own merit; conformation,
RATES: Four cents Is required a* a guarantee that, If : above on unit one and two.
the Bid Is accepted a Contract will However Combination Bid must symmetry, tc- lnce loyalty for
70 cents c
Word per Insertion. (Insertions m l( M tp( ( be entered Into and the performance how a breakdown a* to each unit Christmas Trees home-state product is hardly strong
four ps Public .
ulum charge: NoticeINVITATION of It properly secured. The .ucc... of work and no combination bid will
for the price of three. tai bidder will be required to execute b. considered unless the bidder baG It'. a long way from May to enough to change a tree.huoor'aconception
a PsrformHnc Bond, coveringand alllO submitted an Individual bid on of what he or abe wants
whose name appear Including all labor and materi each of the two unit, nor If eitherof December really not so lone,
rersons cUMifled ads may; pick FOR SALE--61 door Buick Eleel TO BIDDERSThe ale The Performance Bond shall be the unit of work prices In tho after sill That to, If you checkedout In a tree.
the tra. Fully written In the amount ot one hundred combination bid exceed the btdd ,,' It's a bit late, Mr. Tree Grower
tm passes te the Dixie Cry-; ; equipped. One owner. city Commission of the City per cent (IOO%) of the Contract Individual bid on the same unit. your commercially grown to trees and make the Florida
II Ph. J.3871 after 3 ot Clewlston will receive bide for size plant
to tree
eompHnvsnU ofa. p.m. Dec. 12c up Price A Mt of the Contract DoevmonUa Florida Christmas
pal Tbeitre. --- -- t.IS th f.. M. U. H. T. .December 0. alas Proposal forma must b* properly to sash of the units of work alaoDetailed early this year and are looking for market this ;year. In fact, it
Theatee. Puss oa
News and R. H. Base following automotive Equip filled out and must not be detached Plan and Drawing mar: takes from three to six ;years after'
% be called for before Wedaeidir. m.nt at which time they wilt be from the Specification. No qualifying bo procured at the office of H. Carroll a successful market come Yule
opened to
and it
read aloud transplanting the seedling for
CHURCH : letter or statements will b.eon.ldor.d. Peaoook Howarth L. Lewis time
OR SCHOOL PIANO- One (1) lt.4 Model dr sedan for .
Jr. Architect Faint Way reach commercial harvest size.
Save 1200.00 on new Ivers & police service. NO BiDDER MAT WITHDRAW Palm Beach, Florida:: :
Pond (telephone:
Florida )
tmgine VI Engine aot'lei. than A BID submitted for a period of Crowing Christmas trees la Ask Farm Forester H. S. Prismj
console, See it 113-1831), for a deposit of $10.00for
at Holdrldge Music. IDS horse power with full low thirty (10) days after the date, Mtfer each let of tho Detailed. Flan ) -and telling them-hai proved sehner of the Florida Forest Service ,

e i I Clew ton. YU 24m. Dec. 5c oU raolator filter and Air cleaner f... heavy duty TRIO the OWNER opening of RESERVES such bids, THE and Drawing The f IB.00 deposit lereturnable to be quite an encouraging enterprise about planting Christmas treer> I

410 STEVENS double barrel shotgun mission.HJ>. a speed automatic trans RIGHT to reject) any and/or all after bid date within to those ten .u(It ubmlttln) dar for some 100 groweri In different for profit.Seedlings. ,'_

S inch chamber, $30.00. Rem. Elec. System! 10 Amp heavy duty bide and. to waive Informalltlsstherein bona fide bide and who return such parts of the state, and again are available at production j

D\A.\ GREATER THAN ington 20 gauge pump, Wingmaiter alternator with single belt drive By J. It. .pRATT, Chairman good Detailed condition.plan and Drawing la this :year the Florida Forest Service cost Best months for j
houses, acreage busago. model 11 volt TO amp heavy duty bat Hoard of Publlo Instruction hat thousands suitable seedlings planting December through
for 870 are
EVER with case 6500. New tery.Body Hendrr: County: Florida Instruction to Bidder a. well a*
We have customeri' wait- condition % Air-Flow innerspring Fenders: Body and fender ATTEST Bid Forms are contained In the Contract ready for more growers who
property with us.r painted off whit solid color J. Homer BibleSuperintendent Document The Instruction want to give the tree business a February.Carroll
List your mattress $14.83. Two small electric and Body topWlnd.hl.ld and Secretary to Bidder should be carefully observed Williams .1
Beardslej. Ph. YU 2tic heaters, Zenith O. Inch: console type white.Fender. to the Board ot Public Instruction br all Interested bidder try. Hendry 'Unit Ranger. :
A let of the
wiper. County Florida. Contract Doeum.DUaDd
TV $50. 3 horsepower Evinrude Front Arm rest*. CN Hendry 401-:Nov. II, Dec S, II, HIS of the D.taU.dl'lan. and Draw. Vast tracts of land are not need
ESTATE Fisherman, Weedless, $60.00. Phone Map light.Vlsored loge are also on file la the Plan 7
BEAL spot light, fender "- Room of F. W. Dodge Corporation, ed. Most Christmas tree plantations
YU Bones Found After .
'RTHSIDE home or Investment 2-2891. LaByeri MoteL tic mounted. Mil South bin., west Palm BeachFlorida In Florida are less than five
considerably: un- Inside rear view mirror. INVITATION TO BIDDERS and Associated Genera of .
market ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS: Cigar lighter. Contractor of America, 111 Omar acres. The most popular type
Guaranteed. $19.95 Directional signal front and Th City Commission of the City Road West Palm Beach, Florida. tree-adaptable to Florida soil and 5 Million Years
bedroom frame. down, $14.04 rear.Beolrculetlnr. of Clewlston wlU receive sealed bid CITY Of CLBWISTON. FLORIDA
S cllmate-Js the Red Cedar. Some
RTBSDE per month. LAKE APPLIANCE water or air beater up to 1:1i: P. M. E.8.T. December t, Br Fred C. Bike, CIt,. Clerk I A farmland near Gainesville is
unilshed.. Immaculate. CO., YU 3-7151. tic and defroster. 1111 on the following automotive Br Marie C. Webb Deputy Clerk growers prefer sand-pin seedlings '
RTHSIDE. .- > bedroom frame Vinyl upholstery, side panel equipment at which tin they will CK 401-Nor. IS Dec. 1. KCSINVITATION which have short needle and thick producing a harvest of five-million i ;
and Headllner. b. opened and read aloud) bones for of 1
O000CREAGE- FOR SALE-Boys bicycle, 3 speed Heavy duty seats front and Mar. On. (1) lift Model Truck Cab and foliage. :year old University

ai available. English racer, good condition, Foam rubber front seat.Chassl Chassis. Florida paleontologists. I ,.
ACRES NEW BEDROOM: 1 cheap. Call YU 24592 after 5 p.m. and Body. Minimum S eyU Requirement Not Jeee than III B.P. TO BIDDERSThe Christmas tree growers believe The fossil deposit is so rich and i
Heavy duty brakes and brake I
bath frame home. Hardwood Dec. 12c drums Hard or faced full rotating I valve. City t.'ommlsslou of the Cltr: a huge market can eventually be well preserved that the first excavations 1

Heavy duty front and rear Heavy Duty 011 S Qt.Bath oil Air Filter.Cleaner. ot bid Clewistoa up to 1'40 will P. M. receive 41. a T. Deoember Sealed. developed In Florida since at have unearthed onehalfton I

oors.rBA HOMES in Broward Palm C H. Berner springs.Heavy duty shock root and Heavy Heavy Duty Duty Cooling System. 0. lt" ba th* following1 Utility present the locally grown trees of Pliocene age bones. The" bed 1 i

Beach and Dade counties, varlu rear. Low Cut In Generator Body and Lftiaipment. to be installed form but a small fraction of the believed to be the best vertebrate I

tlzei and prices. Small cash FOR SALE-2000 watt portable Under seal eating. 4 Speed Transmission.t Axle. on Equipment: truck .shuns actor) and delivered furnished to annual demand. fossil site of the Pliocene age I ;
electric I Wheel and tires T.OOxll aI.. Speed rear
yet : plant Brand new. Coat tires Heavy Duty 11" Cultch. br too Cay 41 llewlston: at which Last ;year on several Christmas known in Florida or !the Eastern:

R BENT Efficiencies and $ & Sen for $250..Phone YU 27257. Above oar delivered Clewlston, Wheel Base AxlegHeavy -Is.*"". time they be DEbCKlFTlUN opened and read aloud. tree lots, Imported firs and spruce United States.Excavations. 1
FloridaOne Cab to
houses available.. Dec. 12c (1) 1111 Model 4 door Ford Duty: Front AxUi (Capacity 1. Body BimtUr or equal to were competing with locally grown have already I

Over 1,000 vacant lots to select FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, ment.sedan to b* accepted a* part pay Rear-ItOO Axles IbSl. (Capacity-1JOOOFire's ion(York-All body Modal South ML line for construct mount- trees. In a good percentage of brought up enough rhinoceros J"

on for an purposes. Various printed wtlh form for social security Federal Tax Eumptloa Certificate lag on Supplied Truck Chaisl cases, the customer actually preferred pieces to form a complete skeleton j
CM. Terms. withholding and other de- furnished I:lIdO 10 ply front dual S." C. A. Flush type door handle the locally grown trees. of the ancient creature and ground

(VESTMENT 'AND U'0PROPERTY : ductlons. Box of 500. Clewlston right The to City accept Commission the lowest reserve er best the Bydraullo rear tire.Brake with not !less Body* w/ksy In Prime lock and, keyed completely alike Growers know that all good trees sloth specimens which may finally '

News Office. bid, and to reject any or all bid. than III oq. In. underooated. aren't necessarily from the frozen fit together a long standing puzzle I
MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent C. r BLAIR. IH In. Vacuum booster Compartmentatlon LH Side:
KO north. of the animal's evolution In North ::
after bid lot Vsrtloalt .
Interim City Manafar.CN Color to b* specified it'tb It) standard I
S3 construction $23,000. FOR SALE Parrskeets, $100 405-Nov. It, Deo ', 1111. shelve I" lip The locally grown trees must America.Harlem j i
ONGr TERM, low interest, farm up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds "price. to b* quoted 1'. O. R Body Horizontal: ODe (1) 10" top

cue, grove and ranch mart monkeys, cages, supplies PI.nt.1 .b.lf. ono If wide middle shelf
LEGAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS 8t. Louie. Missouri. with removable dividers on ."
pi, minimum! $50,000. Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Atlanta, Georgia casters, one 11' wide lower shelf
LISTINGS NEEDED Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21238. Sealed proposal for the construction Birmingham Alabama, with removable divider oa ." News
of the till Addition to LaBelle Cleveland Ohio. center .
J. M. LANKTOEDtec. tie School Hendrr County, Florida, will Federal Tax Exemption Furnlrted.Th Rear Verticals Three (I) .
Keil Estate Broker be received by the Hendry County City Commission reserve the standard shelves with I" lip. 1 ,
FOR SALE Remington 12 Board of Publlo Instruction LaBelle the lowest or bet Compartmentatlon RH Bide
Highwayfire gauge right to accept Events and News Of Our Colored '
SO) tall SujirUnd Florida, on or before S;00 pain., EST bid and to or lbld*. 1st Vertical) Material rail and CommunityMRS.
model 8monthold
Auto and General shotguns, 11; one January I, 114, at which time and; reeccttFaayB rope hook. ." high through box:
Insurance male Chlhnshsu. one Eaiyllft place they will b* publicly opened Interim I ltr.Manager under floor of body JAKE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor j
Trailer hitch complete with brake. and read CN 404 WOT. 1e. Des till. Horlaonlali One top shelf,
lewistnn. Fla. Ph. 'YU 2-2111 Copies of th. Proposals Contract three material drawers one bit
Rev. Joe Coleman Phone 2-3091, Document, Drawing and Specification drawer, one bit brace bracket, Phone YU 3-7831 I
OR SALE-Mobile home and two 313 Commerclo St Decl2c mar b. obtained br ..1I.lbl.O.n..r.1 BIDS and one hack saw bracket ..
Contractors from JAMES CALL FOR Rear Vertloali One top shell and THANKSGIVING THOUGHTS remarks for this affair The
community -
V ti. Telephone YU 3-2163. FLORIDA 'J
corner > M HARTLEY, ARCHITECT 1IOS CITT OF CUBWISTON .Ix material drawers.
Nov.28e Harrison Htn Hollywood Florida, IMPROVEMENTS; TO COUNTRY 7. 1 Rear platform extension 1} FOX THE WEEK hopes to keep him for 31 11 J 1
or the office of the Superintendentof CLUB PROJECT Inch woe 1 more. ;years of active service '

3R SALE: George's Hotel. 20 Business ServicesAPPLIANCE LaBelle Publlo, Florida Instruction A deposit Courthouse of |tO.00, PROPERTY S... 1 1 Medical Medical kit kit.bolder, In cab. We thank Thee Lord, This! hallowed I : .

room furnished. A bargain. YU I. required for each first set of Th* City of; Clowlston, Florida overall i .. 1 Hydraullopole jack carrier day F. T. A. NOTES

1951. Box 1253, Clewlston, Ploy Drawings each General and Specification Contrxctor.* Issuedto Addltlonal Total desire Project to accomplish of Improvement an to its e., 1 LH Untie side book of load., T-iOOA.ace. For these Thy gifts, Thanks for The regular meeting of the P. T. I, 1

Jan2c SERVICE. Washeri, seta may b. obtained by payIng Country Club Property to connlel each ol T. 1 Bet roll down fender the way A. wu held Tuesday night Nov. '
of work I
dryers ranges, refrigerators, sir. will reproduction not be returned.cost which The cost fullamount two unit different covered by a separate set of S... 1 1 Bet Set. splash RoTrao apron West Coast 2 19, a week earlier than the regular I .

conditioners.: Carlthen Radio and of the deposit' will be refunded Contract Documents Mirror. The falling leaves Renew the earth schedule, due to other activities. ;y

FOR f RENTX3MS : TV Sales with Service, 108 Bond St., documents to are all returned bidder: provided to the Arch.all The*' two separate units of work recessed 10. 1 Bet, directional signals Symbol. and promise of Man's re- The president, Mrs. Annie Mitchell .,. 1 "
rear only
Ntrkfll Building, Clewistcra; Fla. Itect In rood condition within 10 !,,1. Construction oAs.Country Club II. 1 Flare Btat No. 105. birth presided. The membership drireris "

Phone YU 2-4441. YOUR PHILCO day after the Bid obtain Opening documents Bub- I ffulldlng I. Construction: cf a Pro.Shop 11. 4 Marker /olearano light, I open and you are Invited to join,1'

FOR RENT Call YU DEALER. tic contractor by paying reproduction may cost which Building bid. will b. received br i rd. ,.I Reflector amber.II. 4 red, I am. Thanks for the fruits, Of field and please help us to grow in membership I
be refunded Document
cost will b.r. plow and finance. The home room 1
:-6881. tic free of i the City until 4:00 o'clock. P. M on
b. xmlned
J. Homer may 1141, II. 1 Set Identification light, We planted then, and harvest mothers
charge at the Architect' office. the lItb dar of December on I amber, cab roof mounted. now are competing In this :
>K RENT-FurnIshed cabins and SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom Each proposal must be accompanl- -each of-the above two.-.unit ot work. It. 1 Bet. Identification light, 4Thanki drive to be crowned "Miss P. T..A.

trailers Johnson Fishing Camp made. Complete line of ----------..egaSaaaSggga,saaaeaaaaaggeaaaaaaaageaa I 14.red, 1 mounted Spotlight at rear.cab roof for the sea, And .summer for 1963 and 1964." A basket ofgroceries

UM181. tfc drapery and slip cover fabrics, i.-------------------------------- mounted shade will be given away at the

Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831 17. 1 Starter switch locatedat Beauty of sky And silent glade next meeting, Dec. 16, please be

Robert N. Adams Van Cothern's Custom Furniture 1 Polecat. pedestal for Chasilsengine. 8 present, ;you might be the winner.

R RENT 2 and 3 room fur- and Upholstery, tic BUSINESS DIRECTORY II. S Control panel light located Thy watchful eye, Ai children '
at Polecat control con
bed apartment Phone sole, one each side. played BAND PARENTS CLUB NEWS
2127LUc RADIO,jflV S RV aCarlthenRadio : .. 11. 1 Brake look Mloo 1100. Thanks for Thy trials, That somehow The Band Parents held their regular .

& TV Sales with lenrlce. 1'1' 10. 1 Rear support for Polecat. made meeting Thursday eight Nov.
Williams Electric
>R RENT Trailers and TrailT Nickell Building 10S Bond Street, Bonds IL ,1 Holler engine speed governor 6 21, at 8:13. Dec. 3, 1963 has been

tpaeei. Royal Palm Trailer dewliton. Fla. Phone YU 2-6UL Bail Wiring Repairs,tAO Appliances 11. 1 Quick book "8" type.: U. more like men ,0 Lord for selected for Band Day. There will

rk. Phone YU 2-2603. tic YOUR PfflLCO DEALER tic Equal II. Hydraulic to Pitman Boom Polecat similar Model or there be a parade and visiting bands] A

ABIUENT FOB RENT. Phone MACHINE '24 Hour Service Electrical Contracting FC-Mi-BD Including W. thank thee, then, On grateful donation of $100 is asked; with the
SINGER SEWING A. 1600 pound winch at end of knees.
W24881. tic will be at Old- fniton Williams Phone S-lttl boom. presentation of ;your ticket you will
repreientative each Friday. McDonald Bookkeeping and B. Control Installed at pedesolthsr -By William Fitzpatrick, Pulitzer receive! a dinner The bands will
dens Furniture Store tal with operation from
prize winner for distinguished lawnof
in side play for guests on the
service stop Including protective
For parts, sales, tin Tax Service SEE US FORBOTTLED guard rail. editorial writing. the recreational hall where dinners

isceHaneous UJantedM or call YU M72L GAS C On set*. ot bydraullo outrigger will be served. Tickets for

BLUM SONS pLASTERING McDonaldImmokalee D. 740 pound capacity at 4 ft. PROF. A. A. THOMAS HONORED this affair are In the hands of band

Very Best Work John W. AppliancesSalesService radius at 11.and.."1100 radius.pound capacity Prof. A. A. Thomas wu honored parents. Get your early and avoid

WANTED to manage and op- We Save You Money Fla. IA :Hydraullo. boom extension with a night of Appreciation, Mon the rush. For information call J. S. }

rate a retail Watkins Route in Paltering, Simulated Stone 1. day night Nov. 25, for his thirty Gajadha, YUkon 27651. This drive

i irea. Earnings of $125.00 per Stucco- Free Estimate Phone OL 4.3672WALDRON'S F.wW.Automatic JMtttache.transfer digger hanger lock- one years of faithful service this is for a major interest In the purchase 1

k from the very beginning. Licensed and Insured POWER GASCORPORATION .flHket to Hydraullo community', as teacher and leader. of uniforms. ;

Ie Mr. McGarlty, P, 0. Box 627, 23 Years In Business\ I boonjfVlenslon* In the digging when position auger He was born and reared at

Florida. DecSc 3850 Lora Street O. Anger storage bracket. Punta, Gorda, Fla., the third of
Fort Myers, Fla. tic MEATS AND GROCERIES 14. 1 Winch line 75 ot 7/14" six children born to the union of I

ED /-01T1 or OX f.U74 Open 7 a m. to 1 pm. A 3 to 8 p.m.CLOSED CALL COLLECT: wire It. 1 rope BAB with single eye speed splice.power Mr. and Mrs. Simon Thomas. He I Hflton' Grocery .;

WILL TRADE Six Days a Week take-off. came to Clewlston in 1132 and hat
MERCANTILE II. 1 Hydraulic oil reservoir
GLADES 10 gallon served this community since that Groceries Fresh Mats
Sewing EVERY TUESDAY capacity.
authorized Singer ( If. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman time. I VegetablesCold

-TRADS-'W Machine dealer's agent win service COUNT BA-ll. Ingle speed digger. There were distinguished, Drinks Essential Items
house trailer 24 very
Picnics II. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman
long in food shape for a good sewing!' machines in dewUton area For Your Spur of Moment Title & Abstract Co. HS-4 Auger drive shaft. educators to honor him, along We Appreciate Your Patronage

hip truck with.4speed transf very Saturday. Phone WY -5659 East of Clewlston Title' Ab trtet -THJe InswanseFvblie It. 1 Similar or Equal PitmanAFOuse" with men and women from various Mr. and Mrs. 'ttaratm BBteaFreawtetors I .
Four Miles full fllte auger with
sleo. Can YU 21231. Nov 28c Belle Glade. StenernvherFbeteeepTlnr Pengo boring head. walks of nf.. Among them, were
DBpUeatfeff 10 1 Similar or Equal Pitman Mrs. Carrie Arnold Miami; Mr.
Bare Beach Bridge 8k and Park: Ave. DW-1 Downhaul weight
taBelle Fla. 1'. O. lid MlOEanre 11. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman and Mrs. UcCudy Belle Glade;
MMlFor PP-I Pole puller complete with Prof. M. M. Hamilton Pahokee; '
ATTENTIONIarmers I II' lengths of hose with quick Prof. Robert Gamble Moore Haw I
prompt Efficient disconnect fitting V I/I" high Harlem ClubYour I
alloy steel chain, and base for en; relatives and friends from
Attention CattlemenNew Home delivery pole puller Punta Gorda, Winter Haven, Tam- Favorite Mixed Drink
and Ranchers II. 1 Similar' or Equal Pitman
Cane Growers b fee time te eeewlldate OF THE MIAMI inrafn JI-14 .' Insulated Boom Extension. pa and other surrounding towns.
Fried Chicken
community of Harlem
FUTURE AND veer debts wick a tag tons fans Call Bobby Gidden II. I Similar or Equal Pitman presented Recorded Music Popular Band
LOOK TO THE wttk XBA-lt Fiberglass Bucket Mm a large executive desk
Jew Interest rates,
YOURFINANCING less, TV 2.13351e 14 1 Similar or Etual; pitman for his office; a: beautiful desk Mr. and Mrs. WO Wallace i
WISELY PLAN XBB-B Bucket Fiberglass ,
Federal Land Bank primary. support lamp cam from the Daniels' Elementary Proprietor*

It. 1 High pressure. hose kIt. School, LaBelle, along .
... 1 Set fishplate for chassis with other .
gee er Write many gifts from friends,
F}:$:Aeet<< I'lrIIt HHtnr W. L JrlAY 17. 1 Mount body on chassis. i far and near"Representing JULIA'S
LAND DAN < LOAN 11 Undercoat body I the Hendry County .
1'ubl Cub b' UI Wileald. BaBdtagBradeatoa. Entire unit painted (color to be "
Dix Board of Public Instruction BEAUTY
specified after bid opening). were NOOKFor
e .
Befiauee debts.e I
P'luaee farm IJD.na..ta. itew h dInPe ..M"whld Florida. Florida Above) vehicle Federal delivered Tax Exemption Clewlston the Honorable Homer J. Bible, That New Look ,

.aelllJl amt IMtaD IrrIPtIGIL Furnished. Supt and Mr. Claud GJdde a. accompanied TlnttVf' Baling CdtttngFriday

S Assist III panb.. ., a farm. 5TYI er randy The Cltr Commission reserve the by Mr. Charles Prater, .. Appetotssi.. ; ,
........ .en ..... Tribune / right to aee.ro the lowest or beet National Standard LIfe Insurance.The I ; and Batarday j
enterprise Tampa bid and any or bid. ,
the farm Mr.
Frevide eatfUl feeds fer C. F. IlI: honoree was grateful in his. ( Jens bat... Frepriet )
EJJT A LAND BANK LOAM and Interim City Manager 411
U 'THESE!: ADVANTAGES file ae.w.Ne. CN 401-Nov. II. Dee. I. 111.

Ft. Myer
!: !**** pay ..

a. te... Cap" II ;years// sgr/ev neIIIsfreIr: News Fret Edward's '.,
puree lim.MnIoe Home Delivery EVINRUDESales
L .... Jftparaat; y gee wWeg( ,..MB .local aliiftItan. W. a CAMPBELL GROCERY
Lau MnJee bl feed lade faaJDar wD Phone 2-3781 Replacement Repair ':
II WI can be. ef serrlee' te m please write er .*e.e and ServiceNew Plumbing RepairDOSTALUT70Ns Groceries \Meats School Supplies :; (II I ICold

*. .. MAT. Mgr. er DOTLK: K. ABBOTT.' Aest *#. HATHCOCK'SAUTO and Used HelenMsrtae ': i

Federal Land Bank Associationof BALES A SMTICKsjESTACSANT Farts and Hardware A.........a TROUBLE.SHOqBMQMASTER. UOWsir: Drinks Clewistoa News 1!'. I

A SaTICB Mart Safety K eipeaeett) Other Items I.. E ',1

STATION ..... TTJan tCxllR Call YU 2- 711326E."Vetara I 1 II. "

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Eight THE CLEWK10N NEWS Clewiston, Fl*. Rotary dub cancelled its Monday the movement of an sugar cane Fort Denaud area, and the problemthe Florida Wheat I I wheat II a soft t..Pe IIIed Ia
Thursday November 28, 1963 I Luncheon and other club meeting cuttings entering Florida. The permit county has encountered in obtaining Not In Ing pastry The wheat 11I4
were also called off. he says, is obtainable from permission. to install abridge SurplusWest i the surplus II a hard ,COInPliabr.
Early Monday morning members Paul E. Frlerson Chief Plant Inspector of W> loot horizontal clearance Florida farmer are producing -!! West Florida I
Such, shockIng
one jail to another. a prOduced
Clewiston Mourns scene was never In the history of the Sugarland Band placedthe Division of Plant Industry, over the Caloosahatchee River more and more wheat and to 30.000 acres of wheat IOIne 10
of the world witnessed at U.s. flags in their standards Florida Department of Agriculture, there. It's not adding to the wheat surplus Wheat production III Jest
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by along the business streets of Clew- Gainesville. The Club adopted resolutions endorsing a bitDr. western counties tile I***.
close people.
range so many
dent was himself murdered by Jack Ruby, a Dallas night-club operator iston; each bore two streamers of The expansion of the sugar cane I the county'i request for C. E. Hutton, vicedirectorof bushels acre, Huttoaa 1 b
a hot from a pistol at class rangeas was quickly arrested for black crepe, symbols of the na plantings in Florida at such a rapid permission to Install the bridge the West Florida Station, a unit! Wheat pet USed added.
h* was being transferred from the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, tlon's sorrow.Special rate has increased the demand for and will forward it for presentation of the Florida Agricultural Experiment cash Vain crop and Pl'lrnarn" II .
who was being held for the mur- cervices of Prayer and sugar cane planting, and the Introduction at the public hearing In Fort Stations, says Florida's as a source of winter form
der of the President and of Dallas Rededication were held in the of seed cane increasesthe Myers on Friday.
Police Officer J. D. Tippett who churches, and ministers report hazard of introducing new diseases Mrs. Parkinson was a guest of
Double "A"Roofing was shot as the police closed in on that attendance was beyond expectalions. into Florida's sugar cane the club at the luncheon. Mrs. Har-
Oswald in the hectic search following These services were at plantings.For riett Zauel presided and Mrs. BerylBowden See the New 64 Models55x10'
the assassination.President ten Monday morning, and at coon this reason the state Department Introduced the lpeaker.A&P .
Lyndon Johnson Community-wide services were of Agriculture has establish I Deluxe Marietta 2 bedroom, fully
proclaimed held at the Memorial Flagpole J JRldgelawn in regulations and procedures to limit Will OpenIn furnished
Monday a national day
55x10' Bath & Half Marlette 3
Cemetery. bedroom
Licensed of mourning; Governor Farris the importation of sugar cane to
Walker, American Pahokee May 1
Kenneth A. certified sugar cane cuttings. I
Bryant Issued a similar proclamation -
BondedFree Legion commander, presided; me Reports from Pahokee are thatan
for the state of Florida all
; combined Veterans Color Guard, A&P Supermarket wIn be built 50x10' Cranbrook & Belmont
Estimates on All Types government offices were closed: Tiger Star 2 bedroom
under direction of Dave Stock there as nucleus of a shopping cen- fuDy
Roofing and Painting Comptroller Ray Green authorized Johnny McGee was chosen by
performed the military rites
man : ter with several adjoining stores furnished.
Phone YU 3-1131 the closing when possible, of state staff the
the Tiger coaching as
y Mrs. Eula O'Neal, past president names of which were not made pub-
banks for
part or all of the day of
i CLEWISTON. FLA. of the American Legion Auxiliary outstanding player In the Okeeehobee lic. ,
the President' funeral; there for both offensive $3950.00
placed a memorial wreath at the game Keen Real Estate said papers Special
a were no schools in session. Th.I'
and defensive player.
base of the flagpole. Rev. Henry had been signed which assured the
Worrell Ford of the Community McGee baa been bcctreviag new store. A&P will use the Colonial
Presbyterian Church and Rev. Da- rapidly aU year and with the which is
Remember brick type building
REA Express when
; Ordering vid A. Denslow, of the First Methodist addition ef weight this summer being used by the chain throughout Repossessed like new 57x10' Chicasha
I Church took part in the he Is expected to be aU- in their new construction. Construction Office
, i Fast Sendee Free Pick: up and: Delivery service and the Rev. Larkin Con- conference daring hit senior is expected to start about Trailer Custom Built.
nally, priest of St. Mararet.1 year.
t f' YU 2-2141<< I Catholic Church delivered the Victor Allison also received January L All these mobile Mme on display at
The of from coaching staff
brief eulogy. sounding taps praise the
by> the bugler ended the service. for his offensive play.Conservation Diet Important I

i "B HBBi HHBiHH a BsBBll Flags will continue to fly aalfstaff To Athletes CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES
for thirty days,-the period Is Rotarians saw a film strip on Inc.

;, Let's Go Bowling this weekend or a of past mourning president for a which president was Interesting Field the the point value of of view physical of a football fitness, player from 830 E. Sugarland Hwy. yjj 2-2661

prescribed and adopted as regulation Budding young scientists, with at Monday's luncheon meeting
':J Plenty of lanes available for open bowling during the administration of: careers in mind should examine The film was secured by Program --- -
!\, President Elsenhower. other fields than the presently very Chairman F L. Polhlll and was
at all time
Friday, Saturday
Sunday, Monday popular space careers. Conserva- shown by Gene Fuller.
all days and all evenings. I ion Is one field which offers bright The special! value of orange JuiceIn
1 Y Seed Cane Imports and equally exciting opportunities the diet of athletes and others SPECIAL

. GLADES BOWLING LANES Must Have PermitsDoyle to young people. Aside from coping who are concerned with physical
Y Conner, Commissioner of with natural elements that destroy fitness was told in the film; players -
on Route 80 South of Belle Glade Agriculture, warns that a SugarCane our wildlife and natural resources whose diet has included a quartof "A" Roofing & Paint Co.
man's and de-
orange juice daily develop the
Import permit Is required on
--- velopment of new lands provides ability to heal quickly when injuredand Specializing in Pressure Cleaning and Painting
ample challenge for the conserva- the ability to recover more
tionist. As our population increasei. quickly from exhaustion. Tests Let us clean and beautify your home for the

even more work will be re- made at the North Carolina State Yuletide Season
quired to protect the land and College and at Northwestern Uni-

water. versity were described as examplesin I Walls Awnings Patios, etc. 2c ftl
The Only Paper In John Herbert, conservationistwith the film.President. sq.
the Agriculture Extension Carl Hornsby conducted Roof Cleaning 3c ft.
Service, University of Florida, the meeting and announced the sq.
Gainesville, can give more information directors: meeting of the month. Roof
Repairs New Roofs
on careers. He says we Report of C. E. Mall showed that -
The World DedicatedTo need Interested and well-trained only a few of the Four-Way Test
people> In conservation. Young placques remain to be placed In For Free Estimate
people who do well In science local business houses to make the
courses in school, and enjoy working coverage almost 100 per cent indewlston. Call YU 3-1131 or visit our Store
with living things, and who .
Clewiston and love the out-of-doors would do well
:to consider conservation as a BIRTHS Double "A" Roofing & Paint Co.
career. Inquiries addressed to Herbert Mr. an Mr. and Mrs. Wayland
at the University Extension \V..warns of LaBelle are the proud [COS E. Sugarland Ilwy. Clewiston
Service will bring further informa parents of a girl, Norisal Leighton,
Hendry County tion. who weighed eight pounds four
ounces, when she arrived at Hen- .
dry General Hospital on Friday, .
Hootenanny Plans .aav..lIbcr :!2.
t I Mr. an:! Mrs. M. J. Wade ann -
Completed By BPW '-U:1Ca the arrival of a son, who Deposit Your Savings With
Business and Professional Wom-
vas barn Tuesday, November 28th
" The Clewiston News en's Club completed plans for the at Hendry General Hospital. The
Hootenanny[ which will be held! at
baby weighed six pounds, ten
the Sugarland Auditorium Friday ounces. Clewiston Federalanticipated
of' night at eight o'clock when they
I met far their regular luncheon
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