The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01129
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01129
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County on Bridge; Sweetest Town" .

Committees Work on 1964 Budget "Devoted to the advancement and welfare Clewiston and Ilendry County." :i "

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Chamber of Commerce director, -Robert- Kelly repurted 70 pald-up VOLUME 38 NUMBER 49 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec I4S.J. P.M. Subscription $4.00 year i:

eetlnfi at the Glade Fit Room memberships have been received. ,

lesday, voted resolution In iup- The advertising and publicity ......., j
rt of the Hendry county board committee reported plans for \ "" t 1'1'4f'f" > .t..' ..
county commissioner and their scenic postcard for visitors at free the Commissioners Told To ..
: for bridge permit overe Chamber :
piicaUon office, erection of two '
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caoosabatcbee: River at Fort highway and two waterway sign, i\ f f t f

President mmlttee report Moye Bishop in preparationr called for large directing highway visitors sign to on Clewlston.US 27 north File For New Denaud :

budget making for the year, Richard Griffin suggested a per- f

,d suggestion for Chamber acti- manent display of mounted spec!

des wd projectl.Hoopsters. men :of the wildlife of the area

would and the bo idea an interesting was referred attraction to the; Bridge Permit Friday i. .

To sportsman' committee. "
Abner Vann suggested conferring CoL H. R. Parfitt Jacksonville quirements for minimum clearance \ I ,
with the Inter County etas district engineer, told Hendry county criteria on Okeechobee: Waterway "
Ft. Meade For System in an effort to get toll re- 1ii, commissioners to submit a new be act to follow requirement of y

moved between Clewlston and application for a temporary permit East Coast Intra Coastal Waterway I ,.

Season Opener Moore Haven and LaBelle. The to install an 80-foot horizontal and (2) that a temporary
i public affair and merchant clearance awing bridge at Fort permit be given to Hendry county
The Clewlston Tiger varsity bas-, mittee were requested to consider com a Denaud keeping In mind the recommendation f.or. bridge that must be replaced t

tball squad will encounter their I action on this suggestion. of the State Board DO later than a specific date prior

st competition of the season and Wm. Stitt suggested all communities of Conservation on the subject to the removal of the last other 1

elr first game in the Ridge Con. along US 27 would bene- This was at the conclusion of the "bottleneck" bridge on the water

eaca tomorrow Friday night fit 11 the federal designation of the ; public hearing Fort Myers Friday way,

130 In Ft Meade. highway could be continued to the JUNIOR ALL-STARS WHO WILL COMPLETE r*. Gary WUcox trd row John Weather Lee> i The State Board' recommendation Hendry county brought to the { I
Couch Buren Hall will take his Everglade National Park. He Saturday la the District 5 Flat Football CIa.IIIDull., Darryl Hartley, Pat Carlton Kenny Bran- also presented at the bearing meeting a previously prepared.

i men squad to "Miner Land"i pointed out the US 27 designationnow plonahlp .Include front row. 1 to r. Jack Belchnan and Billy Evan. Trophies for the winner was that ((1) long ranbe re- (Continued on Page Eight
automobile since only] the end in a Miami street Intersection er, Tommy Sexton Dan Nelson Arturo Tomcat and runnerap are shown In front of the boy*.
ewlston! varsity will play. A pre-I whereas It could and tad row, Dennis Jackson Freddie Robertson, STAFF PHOTO. .
:wary game i* being planned should continue on the new road Allen Carlton Mickey Williams William N....... ', ,
Ith another school since the Ft designated State Road 27, through I
leade athletic director feels it 1* Homestead to the Park.J. Clewiston
JO far for the "B" squad or the E. Beardsley reported on new Recreation Department To Fair Director
_ to travel for ,
aior varsity a rent construction planned for Clewlston

tame in housing, and in drainage workin Host Football In Special Meet
Whlli not being too optimistic preparation for Improved facilities Flag ChampionshipMidget
'lach Han feel sure the Tiger when the Because of poor attendance at
Pump Station of the I
l.n beter: their 0-25 record estab- Flood Control project is constructed and Junior Flag Football Vero Beach (Jr.'Div.) and lunch last week's meeting of director r s. I'I'I
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for Florida 4b and member of the Hendry County )
bed last year.Al northwest of the city. Championship Recreation will be served at Youth Centerfor ilI
Morrell and Bill Farrar have Attending the meeting were Association.: District 5, will be all team and ther representatives Fair and Livestock Show, Inc., another

town starting assignments a* for. President Moye L. Bishop Tom played in dewiston Saturday, De at noon.Qewlaton meeting was scheduled. for
lards; tall Billy Carrithen will Jones, Carroll Benson, Mrs. Beryl cember 7 under the sponsorship of will 1 play Boynton last evening. The Thanksgiving I I,
[,imp center and returning lettereD Bowden John Corbin Richard the Clewlston Recreation Department Beach for the midget championship holiday combined with Illness ofsome I\,

Jimmy Bible and Mike Maxna Griffin, J. E. Beardsley, Abner at 2:00: p.m. and the junior director, including presi } !-

will open at guard. Vann. Wm. Stitt, John Ellington Team will be competing from championship! game 1 i. scheduled dent Judge Dunaway reduced attendance
Season Ticket for 3;00. the teams to be determined to six director
and Wm. C. BoswelLCOUNTY
West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach: i:
Season ticket for baikeiball by the morning elimination
Vero Beach and Clewlston, according The scheduling of various event
hone time are now oo sale game
to Eugene Fuller recreation during the week of the fair new ? '
be obtained will be to the !
and may by callbe SEEKS Trophies presented I'
director and Woody Carruthers, assistant information on the beauty contest, I
the high school er contactBI championship team and the run-
director. i and Important plan of the various aI
Coach Han or basket- neraup immediately following the
any "
NIl plajrer. RIGHTS OF WAY An elaborate program 1* being game The general public 1* cordially committees are on the agenda forth

Adult season ticket are selling Hendry county commissioner planned and will start with a parade Invited to watch the game meeting
I at 9:30 a.m. The group will
at 18.00 for 11 '
game are negotiating for right of way
r ? a scrap W 13.00; student form on Royal Palm Avenue be- 1\I\
from five owner of land along the 1e..ta
sauce tickets are $4.50: and 'route of the one-mile extension of hind the Youth Center go southwards Candlelight Tea Station Wagon COL. H. R. PABFTTT. DISTRICT ENGINEER, (lIn uniform) '

adult "man and wife" Uelr.etaare 832 which will give most direct to Sugarland Highway eastward after the public hearing the proposed Fort Demist bride

$S.N for the two. access to US 27 from the Savannah on the highway to San Pedro Friday Night with Representative C. E. Miner left Senator Elmer Friday and

The! Tiger will open their home Sugar Refinery site. and field.northward to the flag football The annual dtr&tma C.ndltIlItht Loses Race Gouty. Gmmlasearehalrmaae: Campbell.E Nail,.right. .' .,

uses here next Tuesday night Negotiations with U. S. Sugar I Tea will be held at the Parish STAFF PHOTO.
Member 10, with "A and B" Corp and Hansel McDuffle are Rev. David Denslow. pastor of House of the Community Presbyterian --- I Irl H
with Lake Placid. The the First Methodist Church will I' With TrainRoy
met opento completed, and negotiation are underway Church, starting at eight '
start at 8;30 and the varsity with J. D. and Mary Ruth give the invocation; the CHS Sug 'o'clock tomorrow evening '" : 11
Bankers Pahokee 1'1
arland Band will play the National Meeting in r: r
approximately I:00. Waldron
Came and with Morris A program of Christmas music L. Cox and his wife Ethel,
On Friday December 13, tMuad and Wm. Schmidt Horse Farms. Anthem; Mayor T H. Jones Jr., and reading will be presented. The I escaped serious injury and possibly il

will travel to Melbourne for A mart road will be constructed City of Clewlston. will extend a traditional Candlelight Tea usher : death Monday morning a* a switch Will Salute State's '
welcome and Woody Carrlthers Sugar Industry
gam with Florida Alf Academy by the county over the almost one ; in the Christmas season in the engine of the United State Sugar
>ere they will be guest for the will be turned Jr., w'll!' Introduce the teams.At \
mile stretch and spirit of the true Christmas. The Corporation truck their 1958 Ford
tat ted other entertainment.e over to tAt state for maintenance 10:15, Oewiiton will meet public 1* cordially invited to at'station wagon early Monday mornIng H. T. Vaughn, president of the gar can In Florida jumped from 1
fame with LaBelle is ichedHi a* part of the secondary road sys- West Palm Beach: (Jr. Div.); tend. near the Sugar Mill.According United State Sugar Corporation, 48,400 acres in 1959 to 139,242 acre .
tor Dec. 19 Instead of 20 asa tem. 11:15: Boynton Beach win pays George Wedgworth president of by the fall of 1962. Total output of .,
inted last w_Ir'> lM..ta.._ t. Deputy Sheriff Sugar Cane Grower Cooperative sugar can in Florida ,increased
Teach your Youngster Cahill Swindle who Investigated Belle Glade and C. Ellis dark from 1,771,000 ton to 5,187,000 In I j

the accident Cox was vice president and agricultural con- 1962 almost equal to Louisiana'

s Traffic Safety! enronte to work and taw the lultant of the First National Bank output of 5,250,000 ton that year.

flare marking the eroutng, of Miami will be featured speaker In recent year, the per acre yield

but did not see the engine operated at a pedal meeting of 100 Florida of sugar can In Florida have ex
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by T. L, Tanner, a* he Agricultural banker next week. ceeded those in Louisiana by large I

sac approached the Intersection. The banker will meet at the amount The 1962 average in i

,4/. HELP Cox told the officer that just Elk Club in Pahoke- on Wednesday Florida wa 38 ton per acre; it ,
MY r i a* he was crocalng the track December 11, in a salute to wa 20.5 ton In Louisiana. i
he aw the engine and aped up the tate'a rapidly expanding sugar '"The farm value of the 198344 I

YOURLSI4PETY In an effort to beat the train cane Industry Rupert Mock, Florida sugar cane crop 1* estimated
across the Intersection. The engine president of the Bank of Pahokee to be In excess of 135,000-

truck Cox'a ear at the and chairman of the Florida Bank- 000. l
right front door and knocked U ear Association Farm Committee Clark win talk on "Financing I f I

dear of the track. will preside Production of Sugar Cane" following I

Wedgworth' presentation. !
Mr*. Cox was taken to Hendry The meeting Is sponsored Jointly
"Effect of the Expansion in SugarCane I I
General Hospital by ambulance Farm Committee and the
by the on the Economy of Florida,"
pM.O'' where the was undergoing a series Jacksonville Branch of the Federal A description of "Th* Expanding
of test to determine the extent of
Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Sugar Industry of Florida" will be
injuries.No Since the import from Cuba given by Mr. Vaughn

charge were filed by Swindle have been cut off completely more After a summary by Dr. Arthur

CAD MEMBERS OF THE UIJ..Ct TIGER Billy Carrithen Pal Baldree Jimmy Bible, Cityof' Clev/iston and the accident wa termed un- than f 100 million has been invested H. Kantner economist with the
aaketbaf night in Feat Hems Bowden cad )dandy MorreD. Caaeh Bvea avoidable. Cox 1* an electrician forth in new mill and sugar cane planting Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
te.m. who Friday I
ads are. left Ie rIP&epee Jesse Bulclr. Alike Mar Hall II at extreme rtrtat.TAFF PBOTO. Police Department USSC. In the 'Glade area" said the banker win tour a sugar mni

Al MjM>Mit ftAa.l.* v..i** RID Varrir.. Mock. "Harvested acreage of IUIII operation

r Talented I "Hootenanny" Performers Please Audiencea I

were la true HOOTENANNY style. The "Dixieland Band" composed of group of strong-voiced. boy, Thread and Golden Needle," performer
35 a* the show
eking up in spirit and enthusi11" -'I and approximately person I I event 'wa* termed a huge success five member of the Sugarland standing the rear Joined in with "Once Upon a Time" and "Poor oJed.and '.<
in the
the program progressed Jhe standing In.the rear. '1 by Mrs. Harriett Zauel prealdent Band under the direction of Jack such volume that a linger of lesspolse Folk" and her voice would have many audience said the j ,
a'i first HOOTENANNY played The audience watched and listened Business and Scott, received and HOOTENANNY In OewUton showed ,':
of the sponsoring resounding applausefor ability might have lost benefitted by stronger amplification
an: werfowtog audience at Su- then applauded the first few Professional Women' Club. their "Five Foot, Two," "Su control of the situation. to reach the rear of the large more talent than many of those l jff.
aDd of recently televised in
Auditorium Friday eve- numbers, but with tt* unfolding Featured soloists were Judy gar Swing" "Grandpa' Spell" and 'Barbara Jepson displayed true ban. the area. The .
.a e' All available seats in the I talent or"the performers on the Watson, Andy Bolton. Barbara Jep- 'Basin Street Blue" Thin group 1 11 talent In her number "Silver Compliment cowered upon each big we have question asked was, "When do

ag were pressed into service stage, began to clap and sing along son and Ray William Andy and composed of Joe Elder, Dannie anotherf"I I

Judy sang to the accompaniment Qulnton. Kenneth Young, Bill: Perry

of the "Brother Two Plus One" :, and Duncan Morrow

(Seth and L. W. Howard'and Rodney Judy Watson could: have been
), Barbara and Ray
billed a* the "Little Girl With
brought their guitar instrumental along and the Big Voice"; she set a high

provided their own note for enthusiasm with the opening
Brother Two
iccompaniment number, "Walk Right In." andappeared
One with their Meal guitar
later in a duet "March-
also did some special numbera. Ing Saint*" with Ray William
Linda Carlton were
Sheila and R.,'* golden voice and plaintive
Sisters, singing
billed a* the Carlton
guitar added luster to the programwith
accompaniment, two
without Fields" and "Mich- "Big Iron," and "Long Black
duet "Green VelL" Ray and Gene Fuller were }
Boat. Gene Fuller
ael Rowed the the only! adult among the participants
served also a* master of ceremonies -
who ,-an other were high school
and Jimmy Montgomerydid .tudent*.
an original song, "Swing Low
Sweet Cadillac," IIInd "MountainDew Andy Bolton picked up the beat t
," injecting same clever: com with her true sweet vole In the + (

edy bit*. opening! es of "Tom Dooley and !
lICk The BIG CROUP (Judy Brasher she came back later to sing "Cot 1 I
BAND member wider the Debbie Pearcy. Anita Carla and ton Field" In this number the fo1.._ .
00+,.. wIUa verve sad paW a' Friday. B)1'ENANNY Bobby Jones) sang the popular "1f proved her ability as a real trouper HOOTENANNY .
red ly Bw Club. IAI Ie right Ia the nit a. am Pear M0 ." riBFOBMESS{ scored hit after 'tette Emory: wmiams. Debbie -
and In coping with Foarey. AatU
*t Dwean Qelnta. elantwK Hud a Hammer" I er : an unexpected I kit Friday (J.M at Sarariaad Aadltoriua. Culls "
: reel Homw. base bare treat Doani, tnm.IJTAn..... both of which drew audience partidpatloe. I situation The "audience participation" Barbara J...... left wttfc guitar, Linda Castles aid Pebble Jones wen among these re.eolrlag I .

7saag, trumpet. u4 1M Elder- rDOTO. I almost got out of hand when and Andy ..... Mated, aid the tfectog ...... warm awlaue frm -the asdlemoSTAFF FBOTO.Chamber *. ''I'' .J

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1910 the final of the
mans game week's
Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Fla. Lake Placid will play the first News contained a
Thanksgiving Eve.A .
tl Thursday, December 5, 1963 home game here on Tuesday night,, season played Henry Andrds.Tte borne
fraternal order, The
, December 10. Plan to be there. new
, Knights of Pythias, reopened Su- is
-- KowalsU
Understand tennis courts garland Bowling Alleys, with of Milwaukee,W*.
the er of Mrs. *
The Clewiston News members volunteering to serve four Andrels
have created a complaint or hours each evening.A. Mr. Andrei., who ask this
problem how to keep a white tion made.
C. L. President Champion The
ball white! There Is a chance for been obtained tnfonnatloa IIa
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, some enterprising person to get McDavls visited Clewlston on an at the CitJ gGLADE'S .
Florida by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. Into business tennis ball laun- inspection tour of ACL properties. -
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post dry. ', 1 Through the good works of the '
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, "SI- Veterans of 1 Foreign Wars nine COUNTY
1870. barrels of clean, serviceable clothing
ATIONAL EDITORIAL A representative group of Hen- and shoes were sent to the destitute SETS
citizens and !
Q121Q,4 dry county governmental -

I rA( S c8T13N) '0 personnel were on hand Mr. people and Mrs.of Korea.J. H. Glenn were county will dedicate
Friday to present their case at the
aY new 167,48'1
honored with a reception in observance DoYle Conner
hearing In Ft. Myers with regardto !
AC11111 tural Center in
of their Golden Wedding Moore
building the Ft. Denaud bridge. Save Sa,
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher y Anniversary at the home of Mr. and urday, December 14th, and
& 0 There was minor opposition, but 1 r,
S. a STALLS, Managing Editor C 911 it is assumed that the proposed 80 'I\: Mrs. Robert W. Kelly with Mrs.L. missioner of Agrlcultur Behr
will be
Subscription Rates ..... ..... $4.00 per year 'rIOt' ft. bridge will be allowed, the '', C. Stiayer, Mrs. Belle Bryan present for the occalioa
(Return Postage Guaranteed) Commissioners having agreed to :- ;f. and Mrs. A. H. King assisting hostesses. The building, located: near fc
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 replace It at such time as it becomes ;' courthouse and Ugh .chool
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves the bottleneck In the wat Y t'x'; nancedbya$25OOOdoMuiJj: ,

'i'i. the right to reject any objectional advertisement! erway Regardless of the width ,.,. ;; \ NEW HOME the Florida Department or,[ZT
THB NEWJ3 assumes no reiponilbllltr' for the return of unsolicited ture and funds brcS
. manuscript* or photograph decided upon, residents In that end provided
{ THIS NEWS as.um.. no financial responsibility for typographical of the county are entitled to a 't-1- Building permits listed in last county.
: errors or ommlsslon In advertisement but It notified of such error be. "
f' fore the next lieu of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the bridge. -
f advertisement In which the error occurred. In the event a time element -ss- -
t would render the correction valueless, the New will reduce the price t
\ of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total The "hootenanny" Friday wasvery
pace. a* the erroneous or omitted copy represented. For Sale
successful..,and_ superior. to MV iy b i Acreage
those shown on TV. The local talent -

How to Succeed Without Really BuyingJohnny made."was for great a still and"bigger plans are and being better i Yz to ly sections

( Hudson, general manager of the Better Business Bureauof r $125.00 per acre up
Savannah, Inc., passed along the following item. Though admittedly -
smacking of genius, the procedure Is not recommended by Mr snl.It's .

Hudson.One) of the bosses in a middle western factory was getting married f, History Now 1 1TlURTY \ DADE-MONROE REALTY

and a bright young man in the mall room was named to take upa 309 W. Sugarland Ilwy. Phone YU 3-2941
collection and get him a gift YEARS AGO
He made the rounds of 2000 employees and hit each of them for
25c. This gave him $500. (From Clewlston News

With this money he bought 2000 packs of cigarettes-the kind Dec. 1, 1933)) : ..rCt
with the coupon on the back. The Clewlston Sugar House bean -i s
He traded In the coupons for a silver coffee service, and this be- its grinding season November *
came the wedding gift. Then he gave each of the contributors a package 30th. FOR SALE
of cigarettes.His 1933 was one of the big "cabbage
employer heard of the ingenious plan called the man in and Yflr." when produce growers in !

told, him he deserved a reward for his cleverness.The 'Glades with large acreage of cob- Concrete block stucco home,
chap was properly appreciative, but In all honesty he had to >age hit a high market and "got
confess he had already received one reward. Ich." two bedrooms (one very large) all tile bath
Along with the purchase of all the cigarettes, he had been given Kiwanis Field was the scene of FLAGS ARE FLOWN AT HALF-STAFF FOR A THIRTY
SOOO trading stamps which he had cashed In for a complete fishing a girls' diamond ball game when DAY PERIOD, la honor of the late President John F. Kennedy. large living room, nicely arranged kitchen
outfit*. '.'.u Hatch's from West Palm Beach Here Postmaster A. W. Slas and Ass't Postmaster A. W. Lawrence including excellent range. Unfurnished.
"' ",:.., "' *. -From the Union Bag Camp "Digester" played and defeated Coca Cola are shown as they brought the flag to Its position of mourning Immediately .
-- team from Fort Myers. Attendancewas following the president's assassination on November St. 714 South Bond Street
Jennie Sue Miller and George the largest of the season.
I Dickson as they waited their turn Keathley Bowden, publisher and I I Priced at $10,500,
I in that order. Dr. Shupe said all editor of the Moore Haven Democrat American wings to the British in a wartime move to conserve
I e Sonny SezIt I of the reassuring words as she was was announced as editor and cadets and Major B. J. Durham electricity.The Mortgage is $7,950

wheeled back into the room. After publisher of The Clewiston News presented American wings to the Tigers suffered their first Some terms on balance.
what seemed hours, the first for a period of a ;year, American cadets. Mrs. John Paul defeat of the season at the bands
happens everyday and there is mumbled words came "they Riddle, wife of the owner of the of the Moore Haven Terriers. The Exclusive with
nothing real special about it at the didn't put my panties back on" TWENTY YEARS AGO flying school, presented diplomas six-man football team rosters:
(From Clewiston
hospital, but for our family it was and still later "are my tonsils News ;, to each graduate. Clewlston: Pape, Poole, Beardsley,
a first and that made it different out" and the disappointment had Dec. 3, 1943) Constable I. S. Bell "captured"an Martinez Hall Waldron; Moore
Graduation of the 15th class of J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED
Kathy had her tonsils removed. set in. The aftermath was not nearly armadillo on the highway at Haven: Farnam Skinner, Stalls,
cadets to be trained at Riddle
Several weeks ago Dr. Shupe as exciting as the pre-operatlon Bond street by dropping a wooden Adklns Lundy, Moore.
Field found both members the : REAL ESTATE BROKER
made the decision iand picked buildup box over the animal. Armadillos TEN YEARS AGO
Thanksgiving weekend to performthe While of Royal Air Force of England and were still rare; in South Florida.
pending a. couple days (From Qewiston News,
the [J. S 'Air Terre diplomas *
ceremony full scale. It was to real close to the hospital I gained together. Wing receiving Commander Civilians 'Waaked;; to limit Dec. 3, 1953)) Clewwton Phone YU 2-7501
be the big event of the year for an even greater respect for the Christmas lighting to inside trees Tigers beat Okeechobee Bran-
deGruyther British and
Kathy and she played it up to the outstanding Job done at Hendry presented
hilt So excited in fact that she General and especially the nursing -- -
couldn't finish out Tuesday in staff and the four doctors who fS 3S&3 $ K?

school because of a "headache" share the tremendous doctor's
which vanished when she got home. burden actually it is Inhuman \
The lab test went by with i The ever Improving facilities,
needle here and there and all was which will be shown to the genera]
I ready for .the admission to Hen- public soon at an open house, are
dry General. The new electrically superior to virtually every hospitalin
i operated bed performed beautifully the state. and at rates whichare
under the rigid "check-out" probably the lowest We in : ti li

j Tuesday night all buttons workIng this area are extremely fortunateto e _
perfectly The hallways were have the hospital we have
I a little over populated as three Red roses to them aUllI!! O. II I /r Hl' t
t other youngsters planned for the -u- jj

! big day ahead. Don't look now but Christmas is >.
To make sure of his technique, juat around the corner. The city
: Dr. Shupe practiced Tuesday crews have decorated the streets
; morning oa his sons, Henry Wren and store windows are getting that ,
j I and Marshal and Randy Wood and "Santa" look. Just before you mat
"everything came out fine." the letter to the mail-order houseor Sill
' Kathy was slated for first Wednesday plan the trip out of town brouse II
and was rather disturbed the through the local stores. Chancesare '
! show didn't get underway promptly slim they have the selection of : to 'smallIANCES
I at 8 as scheduled the metropolitan cities, but "shop
I The teddy bear gown, with the Clewiston flrrt" then get the
back out. was super and the green odds and ends elsewhere.
J "cap" made her a real sport for -. '
the long ride down the hall to the The Tiger capers will journey to
. swinging doors where mommy'seyes Ft Meade for their first game of: .
, began to dampen Just prior the season and also their first NEW STOCK OF CHRISTMAS TOYS

I game as a member of the Ridge I 1 :
Hundreds of await
I Undergarment Conference. Billy Carithers offers fascinating gifts your selection.
. Just what this has to do with removing the Tigers a I' 7" pivot the tallest Everything from the tiniest toy racer to our famous

' tonsils I am not sure, but in many moons, who should be 1 l line of Western Flyer Bikes. Toys for all ages from
they say it is standard procedure.The able to control the backboards at
hourandahalf seemed 's babes to Teen-Agers.
both ends of the court
long to u.. and must have been To the Tiger players our best
twice as long for Bobby Pearce, for a record season. Incidentally


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Kocher Wins the education and research grants Clewiston, Fla. THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three I Ai,

Miss on.ponsored Medical by and the FTHA Committee Make ThanksgivingA I Thursday, December 5, 1963 t :'i1J
Nursing Education I -

TB Scholarship and'lbe Research Verb, Says Vicar ten as the time or service of I of an 80-foot !horizontal clearance II I t t.I'I I
continuing : .
Florida citizens of the support TB by I Father dark Dorman of St. Mar- Thanksgiving passes before our I bridge at Fort Denaud. The resolutions i
assocla. to the Corp
The Florida Tuberculosis and tons'! annual Chriatmas tin's Episcopal Church, urged Kl- eyes were presented
earnpaign y.lrM held In i '
of Engineers at a hearing
Health Association has awarded a ," Dr. Michael laid, "15 ; wanlans to make Thanksgiving a Father Dorman was introducedby \
a .
scholarship for advanced education major contribution toward the verb Instead of a noun In their observance program chairman, Floyd Fort Myers Friday.Reduced : /

IB nursing to Carolyn Kocher of eradication of tuberculosis and the of the day. "Thanksgiv Howell, and President O. N. Pitt- -" ','
Clearwater, a 1963 of the control of other respiratory diseases. -I In," he said, 'Is Intended to be a en conducted the meeting.On t
University of Floridagraduate College of ." verb; it indicates action. We should a suggestion made by Fred C. $80.00
Nursing.( Gainesville, where she tctivity give thanks and perform I' Slices, the club voted unanimouslyto
wlll continue her studies f M deeds of Thanksgiving; when we adopt resolutions supporting the
Sprunt Plans accept the word as a noun, we I' application of the Hendry board of
I l simply sit back and watch or Us--county commissioners for erection Originally $139.50

Wildlife ToursIn I Sofa Bed and

January ",tits ,

NAPLES Fla.-The only wild--. A CANDLE : Matching Chair I 'i ,,

life tours to be conducted In south I lights the way In a lime of darkness fabric
Florida this season will originate LI Over 1900 years ago a Star provided 'i-( Turquoise
In Naples beginning In mid-Janu ry an eternal light that made possible with extra arm covers I

I ary (Jan. 17th.)I. eternal' life to those who believe
Replacing the tours t. Now $59.50 :
conducted by the National formerly Audu- ". I am the light of the world, he _:;;;r't/ \ '''' i ,,

bon Society, the new Naples' trips RAINBOW HONORS WERE BESTOWED ON MRS. HOE- that ollowfth/ me shall/ not walk in .:;?,tpl ([; M1 Reduced $10.00 weekly I :f
TENSE VANN, left, former Mother Advisor of the Clewlston Assembly 1o
will darkness but shall// have the of I -:
as before Include a visit to light itI until sold. I : ;
who for the Order of Rainbow .'
Caribbean was appointed Grant Deputy 1Pv. ''ti ;
/tile :
Gardens John 8,12Community \
the famous as well as to Girls In Florida. Mrs. Let MaeMinn, Supreme Inspector, Custom draperies and traeraerods -
Corkscrew ,
Swamp center, placed the emblem of her new position around Mrs. Vann'a y
Sanctuary Beck as Mrs. Helen Dickey, Clewliton Mother Advisor, stands by. Church Free estimate !
Operating Tuesdays, Thursdaysand The presentation was made during Mrs. McMlnn's recent visit to
Fridays, the tours will be con- the ClewUton Aiiembly. STAFF PHOTO. 407 Royal Palm Avenue Van Cothern's
ducted by Dr. Alexander Sprunt HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister i
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Jr., famed ornithologist and retired 0:45: A.M. Bible School: 0.00: P.M. Youth Fellowship
Audubon staff member, who con "Night Of Miracles" I Land 11:00: AM. Worship"Life's Custom Upholstery:
ducted similar tours for'the Audu- Holy TourIs Greatest Textbook" Phone YU 2-5831 I

Miss Kocher is the first recipient bon Society in Florida from the To Be Presented I I
ot i scholarship for graduate study 1940s until his retirement this year. PresentedTo
In nursing under a program recent. The tour will start at Caribbean Rehearsals are continuing by : (
]11 established by the FTHA'i Committee Gardens at 9 ajn. and proceed directly the dewiston Cantata Singers for
on Medical Nursing Education to the famous Corkscrew the "Night of Miracles" which will Baptist WMS Clewis ton Church
and Research, headed by Dr. Swamp Santuary of the National be presented Sunday, December 15 Directory
of the
Max Michael Jr., of Jacksonville. Audubon Society, approximately 35 at the First Methodist Church and study Holy was
Tie scholarship award Is In the miles northeast of Naples. The Tuesday December 11 at Sugar- presented members in a of very the graplhc fashionfor ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD
amount of $2,400, plus tuition which morning spent exploring 6,000 land Auditorium.John of Woman's Missionary 203 North Atlantic Street Highway 720 312 8. Padflo Avenue
will be retroactive to the beginningof acre Sanctuary vit the 3,500-foot( W. Peterson wrote the can Church Society the First Baptist Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor9:4J Rev. Joe Coleman
the 1963-64 academic year. broadwalk. Corkscrew contains the tata in 1958 and based it on the Tuesday night Mrs.Agnes Clewlston. Florida : a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
largest remaining stand of bald night of our Saviour's birth and McDaniel and Miss Betty 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service "
Christmas Seal funds of the Mayhew and Miss Elva Brooks, of Rev. Larkin L. Connolly
cypress in the eastern United received his Inspiration from passages 8:45: p m.-Training Union 1:30: p.m.Evening Worship
Florida Tuberculosis and Health of Matthew and Luke. Fort Myers, who have recently 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Wednesday .
and Its affiliates States, and Is the winter nesting made Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 7:00: p.m. I
Association The cantata is directed a lengthy tour of the Holy Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service
being by
of flocks of wood ibis
grounds great Weekday Mass, 7:00: a.m.
the state make possible Land,
throughout were speakers 8.00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday:
Dr. L. G. Jr. Kenneth :
(American storks) and egrets. ; I Holy Day Mass 7:00: p.m.
Walker will be narrator and Miss A banquet, setting the theme for 7:30:: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor
Returning to the Gardens in time Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 5,
the evening, was prepared and COMMUNITY PRESBYTERLtN
for lunch, the tour party will then Cheryl Lee will be accompanist. and 7 to 8 p.m.
kerveJ under direction
I of the hogteases 407 Royal Palm AvenueHenry
PIZZA see the second largest collection Mrs. T. C. Yon and Mrs. II. lord Minister COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL,
of free roaming species In the Christmas Fla. Is THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY
Maxwell Downs. The tables were 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School HOLINESS CHURCH
I world. Caribbean Gardens has 250 Popular Mail Spot arranged with figures of animals, OF GOD 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Booth ClewUton 1,I
Sugarland PharmacyYU species of birds. Including 110 shepherds, the Holy Family, and James F. Klmbrel, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor
species of waterfowl. The tour ORLANDO, Fla. Christmas, with flags, candles and many other Sunday: House 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
2-3311 I members will also see the Gardens' Fla., post marks will be popular Jewish articles brought from Sunday School, 10:00: 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fallow 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship i,
famous Duck Vaudeville which has again this year as many Florldl- the Holy Land. Adult Worship 11:00: shipWednesday 7:45: p.m.-Sunder Evangelistic
toured Europe and appeared there sn's use them on their seasons The supper menu was preparedfrom Youth Worship 11:00: : Wednesday: ,
and In this country on national tele greeting cards, according to Greater recipes typical of the Jewish Prayer Hour, 7M: 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service
Custom Tailored vision. Orlando Chamber of Commerce people and served In courses un- Evangelistic Sally, 7:30: Friday: 1\\
The tour win cost $10 per person manager, H. Stuart Johnston.The der direction of Mrs. Yon. Tuesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service '
Including all admissions and trans- Orlando C. of C. serves as a Mrs. McDaniel led In a discussion Orchestra Practice, 7:01POSTOLIC: FAITH _
DraperiesSlip portation. Advance reservations nation-wide collection point for of interesting experiences she Wednesday: South Clewlston CHURCH OF CHRIST "
are necessary and may be made people who want the Christmaspost had during her visit, and facts presented Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45: Luther Dlzon, Pastor 306 South Central A vena* '
either by mail or telephone to Car- mark on their cards. Many in the book "MandelbaumGate" 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Earl Arnold, Minister
ibbean Gardens, Naples, Florida.. Orlando business firms and many by Dr. Leo Eddelman. Miss FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.Preachlng Sunday: I'
Covers chambers of commerce in the state Mayhem, accompanied( by Mrs. R. 102 E. Ventura Avenue Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-.Bible School .,
act as collection points to, forward W. Kelly sang ri. Walked Where Rev. Lees M. GambreU 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00: .mWdr.h1p 1
I cards to the Orlando Chamber. Jesus Walked." Interim Pastor Friday: 7:00 p.m.-Worship
Free EstimatesArtcraft OBITUARYMiss A special Christmas cachet Color slides shown and narratedby 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m.-Young People's MeetIng Wednesday: II
reading "Glory To God In The the visitors intimate 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotioms I. .
Barrow Highest" Is stamped on each.card gave 6.45: p.m.-Training Union and Bible Study !
Mary life
into the
glimpses in Hoy:
I before the Orlando CofC transportsIt 8.00: p.m.-Even1n, Service ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH _
Land and showed
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ingram have to Christmas for mailing. scenes Wednesday: (Episcopal FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "I
from Bethlehem In
the south to
been notified of the death of his The post office at nearby Christ. Damascus in the 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers 207 North Pacific 331 W. Oaeeola Avenue '
Upholstery aunt Miss Mary Barrow, which mas, Fla., handled about 350,000 Meeting The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Rev. David A. Denslow Pastor
Attending the meeting Mesdames
were 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service Sunday Services 9:45
: a.m. Church
occurred in Coolidge, Ga. on Christmas cards last year and post. W, F. Nail, George Line : School
812 Avenida Ave. Thursday. Funeral services and mistress, Mrs. Juantta Tucker, an- 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 11:00: a.m.-Morning service
Downs, T. L. Ben
I berger
II I interment were held in Coolidge ticipates an increase this holiday Sanford, Goldle Dunaway, A. R. 1:45: p.m.-Choir-Practice 10:30: Church a.m.-Family School. Service and 6.00: p.m.lowship-Methodist Youth )'el- 1

I Friday afternoon. season.LEADER. I Broadfoot, Yon, Alvina Whittle, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment 7:30: p.m.-.Evening! study ,I '1
Gene Wilson, Herbert Clark, Frank South ClewUton 'Thursday:
I PolhU. R. W. Kelly. Ross LaByer, Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice
W. R. Wlmberly. Jack full Etta 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY {
Letter, Mildred Wood, Jack Herring 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST ,
Annie Nail, B. L. Ingram, R. 7:00: p.m.-Bsptlst Training Unlos 304 N. Francisco Street (Christian! )
W. Broan, C. H. Jones, Mary 8.00: p.m. Worship Service Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor North Sugarland Auditorium
Owens, Mr and Mrs. Orwell Sutton > Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School ". John C Schemer Minister
Rev. Leon Cambrlel, Mesdames 8:00 p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: a.m.-Bible School" I ,
A. H. King Wm. Thomas, Wednesday 6:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.Communion and Worship
L. M. Beck, Ernie Radish, Tommy 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Service -.
( k Weathers. Homer Bible, Bob Stacey Thursday: Wednesday Wednesday: .
I E. M. Cornette, Lonnie Ford '.00 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.nu Bible Study
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Dorothy Turner, and Mrs.
\' ,f' { E J. Bryant and her baby of Fort

__ Myers visited friends and relatives

i "', Women\ \ j nW in Mrs Clewlston Roberta Sunday Keller: of Lake MANN S

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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. Fla. for the weekend. IN FACTOH

Thursday, December 5, 1963 ''I Mrs Parker T. Wilson and Miss DAYS THEY MEET 'EM Ppy.
Jan Wilson visited the former's RIGHT
I mother, Mrs. Lorene Acuff in Eus- WINDOW
I Cecile Jones Tells Family Dinner
I tls and other relatives in Frost
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." j'' Plans for WeddingMiss I Party on Sunday Proof Miss during Martha the Davis weekend.of Cocoa

1 1rP Cecile Jones has completed Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens Beach was the weekend guest of
I Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
plans: for: her wedding to Karl were hosts at a family dinner partyon her parents,

Watson of Pahokee. The ceremonywill I Sunday, when several out-of- Davis.
be performed in the Community I town visitors were present. Mrs. H. A. Land and Mrs Larry

Presbyterian Church at I Enjoying the bountiful Thanksgiving Garrett and baby son, Robert, left

three o'clock Sunday afternoon, ; meal were Mrs. Owens' Saturday for their home in Jacksonville

December 8th. The Rev. Henry brother and slater-ln-law, Mr. and after a two weeks' visit

" Horrell Ford, pastor, will officiate. Mrs. Aubrey Beauchamp and Marie WREN THE SAINTS ." with Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mr. and
r'' l 1 Miss Jones has selected Miss Beauchamp of Tampa, and her brought loud participation from Mrs. Frank Cox and Mr. and Mrs.H. .

Lyn Vaughn as her maid of honor, nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. A. the audience as Ray Williams H. Avant.
and her sister, Mrs. R. W. Jones, W. Beauchamp and sons of Miami. and Judy show the spirit dnrlnr Mrs. Glenn Gunter end daughter -
and Miss Blanche Pence, of Stuart, Linda and Mrs. Gunter's mother -
Local guests were Mrs. Ruth B. the Hootenanny Friday nlfht
M bridesmaids. Paul H. Watson Mrs. Blanche Schular visited
Owens, Mr and Mrs. James L. STAFF PHOTO.
T will be best man for his son and friends and relatives in Lakeland :
Owens and Bill Perry.
:: I' ushers will be Leigh Shirley of over the Thanksgiving weekend.Mr. .

'. Pahokee, and Kenneth Jones, -. Happy BirthdayDec. Gunter has also received word
: I brother of the bride. Christmas that his nephew, Jerry Deal /
, ,; : i Leigh' Ann Shirley will be flow. ProgramAt 5 J. E. Beardsley, Pearl served in the Air Force honor /

: er girl and Harry Vaughn III will Dacey, John C. Brantley, Richard guard during President Kennedy's
be ring bearer. Methodist W.S.C.S.A I Don Giddens, Vincent Hendrtcks, funeral. I

". j A reception at the Cl wiston Inn Pearl Herring.
will follow the ceremony Christmas program and musical Dec -Grace Cornette..

{f>j ', All friends of the young coupleare presentation "If We Had BeenIn Dec. 7-Evelyn Sikes, Jack Willis rNATURC'S
Bethlehem" at
\' .t cordially Invited to attend the was presented Charles Simmons.
: ceremony and the reception after. the Woman's Society of Christian Dec. 8ft-Irene Davis, Clarence OWN -

wards. Service of the Methodist Church W. Stiles, Mrs. Ella Warren,Janice
,V.11,4! 'I Monday evening. Mrs. J. C. Drake, I ,
, Finuff, Marsha Huebner. eus Mf
L. G. Vaughan and Mrs. .
Davis Charlotte
Dec. II-Mr. Evelyn ,
Shower Honors ard P pe were In charge of the BIll Baker Mike
Stokes, ,
i ; J Miss Barbara Jacobs Becomes Recent BrideMrs. program. Brantley .
1 Taking part were Mrs. Vaughn, t tI
; ..h.ht' James Chester Winn, the Dec. 10-C. O. Benbow, A. J.
reader; Mrs. Fred Vancil, as Joseph
former Barbara Jacobs, was honoree Rlehaud, Joyce Hancock, Jesse
I ;t' I Bride of James Winn Tuesday at a miscellaneous bridal Mrs.; Mrs.Fred Pape Slkes,, the shepherd Inn keeper, Mrs; Passmore. I

shower given at the home of Mrs, Dec 11-Ralph Jones.
r-t S. H. Stalls, wise man, Mrs. Carol
Miss Barbara Lee Jacobs, daughter family and a few friends The Rev. Abner H. Vann with Mrs. Frank Dec. 12-Al Fuller, Rev. James
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs, Leon Gambriel officiated. Polhlll and Mrs. J. J. Geiger assisting Carruthers, as Mary; and Miss Pat Manning, Earllne Cook,
Swann, soloist.
became the bride;:: James Chester The bride chose a simple sheath hostesses.A .
At business session Mrs. Hilton
Wlnn. son of Mr and Mrs. JamesM. dress of white lace for her wedding pink and white color scheme
and Mrs. Fred
Murphy presided,
Wine of Canal Point, Tuesday gown, and wore a short veil of illusion was used in the living room and
Sikes annoucned study "The Chris-
evening The ceremony was per attached to a pearl tiara. Florida room. A centerpiece of .
announced the study "The Christian PersonalsMr.
; formed In the First Baptist Church Her wedding bouquet was of white candles, net and chrysanthemums I I
Family and its Money" to be
f. y in the presence of members of the carnations centered with a white decorated the bride's table.
+ held on Thursday and Friday
orchid. Guests ,were invited to sign the

Her attendant was her sister, bride's book which was presentedto nights Miss of Christian Barbara Social Francisco Relations and Mrs. A. W. Sias and "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"

Miss Arils Jacobs, who wore a the bride by the hostess. After secretary announced that Mrs. James L. daughters and Rev. and Mrs. J. A. .J
sheath dress of pink brocade and the gifts were opened and displayed
Droney of Juno Beach will presentthe Klmbrel and family were in Lake d4POP004
carried a bouquet of roses and carnations refreshments of tea cakes, punch land for
Thanksgiving weekend.
Sy study and will Include a tllm"Buyir'l
in pastel shades. and coffee were served to the They attended
the annual Christ
Choice: she urged
Fulton Ricks was ,the groom's at guests. everyone to attend; the sessions. I Ambassador Convention, at which Did know that only independent -
Thurs. FrL Sat. tendant. The guest list Included Mrs. Roy Refreshments of punch and Mary Lou Sias participated: in the you an
Following the Mr. and Elbert Mrs.
'1 ceremony Lee, Mrs. Hlngson program.Mr. .
Dec. 5 6 7 Christmas cookies served In
Mrs. Jacobs entertained with Willis W. Ricks, Mrs. Gaines M.
a .
ALL CHILDREN 40c reception at their home, 538 East Ricks, Mrs. W. T. Ricks, Mrs. E. the 30 fellowship members hall and to visitors.approximately the weekend and Mrs.visiting J. F. Howell relatives spent at agent can take care of all your

Osceola Avenue. A yellow and white M. Cornette, Mrs. Richard Phelps, Cape Canaveral.
color scheme uNd with flow. B. W. Hundertmark. Mrs.
was Mrs.
2 BIG Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
1" ,HITS! and accessories. Mrs. Joe M. Hall, insurance needs.
ers The bride's William Parrish, Garden Clubbers Mrs. Charles M. Plrkle were their .
table was overlaid with white lace Mrs. Robert Kelly Mrs. Ben San son. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley PIrkle
DOUBLE FEATURE over a yellow linen cloth. Yellow ford, Mrs. Walker Nail, Mrs. A. R. and children and their
candles burned in silver candela. Broadfoot, Mrs. Maurice Fletcher, Invited to Idea Show and "
daughter, Mr and
bra and Loral: arrangements were Mrs. A. H. King. Mrs. Carl Thom Burgener and THAT'S US!
Disney True Life Story Clewlston Garden Club members Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
r of yellow and white blossoms.The as, Mrs. John T. Brantley Mrs. have received a special Invitation Abllng and the letter's mother,
-- tiered wedding cake, topped Jack Davis, Mrs. Gerald Harris, Mrs. Bessie
to tho "Christmas Idea Show"sponsored Abling, all of Lake
"ERIC THE CONQUEROR"CAMMERON with a miniature bride and groom Mrs. Carl L. Ferrara, Mrs. Martha by the Chosen and Belle Worth.

MITCHELLSun. was served with punch to the Topper, Mrs. John Ellington, Mrs. Glade Garden Clubs on December Mr. and Mrs. A. G Twlddy enJoyed -
''ft." guests by Mrs. Abner H. Vann. Jackie Parrish, Mrs Urey Wald-
6th (Friday) from 2 to 9 p.m. The a visit over Thanksgiving
I The bride attended Clewlston: Mrs. P. D. Robbins Mrs.
weekend with Nash
show will be held at the clubhouse their son, David Beardsley
b' Mon. Tues. High School and was a member of Floyd Andrews, Mrs. Gerald White, In McDonald Park In Belle Twlddy, and family in Miami. -
the Senior class. The groom gradu Mrs. Enoch H. Whiddon, Mrs. Mrs. John Hawkins
r" Glade. was the guestof
Dec 8.D 10 ated from; Clewiston High School Dawsoa Bledsoe, Mrs. Foy Dur.
r. her sister in
r admission Havana
There Is no charge. during the
"WHEELER DEALERS" and attended Palm Beach Junior rence, Mrs. W A. Jones Mrs. E. long weekend. Insurance AgencyPhone

JAMES GARNER College. He is employed by U. S. E. Montgomery, Mrs. Charles B. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Fry were In

1 J LEE REMICK Sugar Corporation in Clewlston, Owens Mrs V. R. Parrish, Mrs.S. Sugarland Pharmacy Gainesville and Hawthorne for the YU 2.7501 Clew ton
and the couple will reside here. K. Swayne, Mrs. Quincy West-
weekend. "&
They visited
Mr. and NEW OFFICE HOURS t AM. to S 1"
; A Free Wheeling Comedy that berry, Mrs. Franklin Simmons, PIZZAYU Mrs. Scott Fry and baby in Hawthorne CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS
win keep in stitches Mr, and Mrs. Abner Vann and Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. W. C. Bos- snd attended
you I Miss Judy Vann were holiday visitors well, Mrs. L. C. Redlsh, Cr., and 2-3311 the Florlda- .... . .. . . . ... .
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home to Clewlston after Thanks, 1a Page Five I
giving to visit friends In Clewiston I THE CLEWISTON NEWS ,y"I" I
I for the weekend. t'R'' b Thursday. December 9, 1S63 I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight and :
LOCALS sons, Jerry and Steven, of Homestead a Thanksgiving visit with her son,
were weekend guests of hit F. L. Polhill. Jr., and family ,:
mother! Mrs Josephine Knight Mr. and Mrs. Polhin came down :
u"J and his sister. Mrs. C E. Miner for the holidays and were enjoyinga I
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin have returned from and Mr. Miner. visit to the cattle pastures Mrs. !
; tor Thanksgiving were her visit at Huntington a three! weeks' C. E. Miner, Jr. and his guest Polhlll fell while horseback riding
Herring W.
bothers, Herbert McAfee and their son and brother Va., with |Miss Ruth Hamner of West Palm and suffered a compound fractureof i I
bmtly of cocoa and Julian McAfee Meske and family, and In Robert A. Beach were guests of his parents, the left leg She has remained in i
oA family of Cocoa, and her sis with his skter. Mrs. George Chicago' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner on Sun- Hendry General Hospital, where I
Mr, E. M. Davis, and family and family Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McElroy her condition Is good Mr. Polhill,
ter BeUe Glade. Mrs. Belle Bryan Is orolsl'l had as guests for Thanksgiving Sr., has returned to Tallahassee.
of Day, Mr. and ,
Fred C. Sikes visited Mrs. Joseph Risley T
and Mss two weeks at t
Mr' BranCey, Ala., visiting Jr.,
Joe Risley, Sr. of LaBelle.
In Starke, Lake hholiday her son and daughter, T J. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wayne I t Vt
during the Bryan, and Sports Car Group '
Tallahassee Mrs. Dennis Mount, and King of Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving <
weekend. Mrs. Sikes' mother, Mrs.w their families. k' ?
with his parents, Mr. and
H. Bulkley of Tallahassee returned Chief and Mri. Wendell A. Whal- Mrs. A. H. King. Sets December Event \,
with them for a visitMTJ. ey had as guests for
Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peers and
M. Sa o.ett.. of Anniston, and ,the weekend her parents, Mr. daughter, Suzanne, spent Thanksgiving .N The Glades Sports. Car Associa
is spending the winter In'' and Mrs. Roy C. al tion's monthly event for Decemberwill
Aa: Whaley and her In LaBelle with her mother,
with her daughter, Mrs.g. be a gymkhana. It will be
Colston brothers, Ron and Rex
Whaley of Mrs
Hampton, where they v r I
E. Horniby and Mr. Hornsby. Gatlinburg, Tenn. were unexpectedly joined by their held on Sunday, December 8th.,
Mr. and Mew John R. Barton, Jr. I'I Dr. and Mrs Charles Reid had daughter Miss Karen Peers, a beginning at 1:30: p.m. Final plans "
of Klsslmmee spent 1'd for the event were made at a well I
children as their for
and several days I student at F.S.U. In Tallahassee
holiday weekend with his mother her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tii: attended meeting Tuesday night ; I ;,
4e Russell They also visited Mr. Peers' moth. -
Mri. Alice Barton, and other ,G. Bretl of Fort Lauderdale.. M .. I er in Naples during the holiday. According to the event committee I
relatives. Reid and her 1 this gymkhana will be a series
young IOn, accompanied i Mrs Barbara Hawkins and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beetner I: her parents home for a few II(M. C Keen Sr. were visitors In s of straight forward driving ;
and children of Rosenberg, TexII'1 days visit and Dr. Reid went down Miami on Monday. tests, without frills or gimmicks
left Saturday for their for them, spending Thanksgiving | Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kalney of The committee does admit how- ,
spending two weeks here with her Day there. ever that blindfolds will be employed -
I I Wauchula spent Thanksgiving here '
mother, Mrs. Alice Barton. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Corbin and with his sister, Mrs. R. J. Blount to make the navigators' 'i' ,.
Mrs. W. O. Morgan had I" task Interesting In certain
Mr. and daughters spent Thanksgiving Day and Mr. Blount more .
as their guest for the weekend, Mr. I tin' Fort Myers with his parents, Misses Nancy and Cynthia Boltonof tests. ,.
and M-s. Wilson Boyette and children Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Cabin, Sr., Miami were at home for Thanksgiving An engraved trophy will be
of Lakeland, and on Saturday, and his brothers, Oscar and Bill weekend with their parents, awarded to the winning driver at
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pullen and Corbin and families.Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. E. Bolton, and the dinner following the gymkhana.
children! of Canal Point and Mrs Don Galasslnl and their sister Andrea. Other guestsIn Entry fee wi be $1.00 per driv-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hawkins and sons, Mike and Steve, spent ties( home were Mr. Bolton's FUTURE HOMEMAKER LEADERS: AT FASHION president of the Clewlston F.H.A. chapter. Other er, .50 for navigators.
Yr. and Mrs Kenneth Nail of Fort Thanksgiving! In Fort Lauderdale brother and sister-in-law, Mr and SHOW This committee planned the fashion girls en the committee are left to right Anita
Lauderdale spent Thanksgiving as with her brother Claude Cox and Mrs. Fred Bolton and son, of Daw- show, "Moments to Remember" which was the Canto, Deans Wood Carol Evans Donna Bed-
guests of Mrs. Annie NaIL family. son, GA. presentation ef the Homemaking Department efClewkton lab, Arlene Intrant, Kathy Endicott, and Susan Glade Roofing Co. .;.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Meske, 527 Mrs L. S. Moody of Sebring accompanied Mrs. H. C. Avant and Mrs. Hlfh School under direction of Mrs. Schick Not shown Is Margaret Glass. An Types of Roof and
\venlda! del Rio, and IOn, William her daughter and son- Frank Cox were visitors in West Jacqueline Gentry Donna Redlsh, center Is STAFF PHOTO. Sheet Metal Work
Meske of the Corps of Engineers in-law, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Catala Palm Beach Sunday afternoon. New Construction or'

. .. science I Repair Jobs '
-- Garden Club are also Included: three MRS. rOUIILt BREAKS \
... Hear 10' which deal with Physics. They. LEO IN FALL Phone 2.7111
Reports "The Birth of a New Physics," I
For Dependable Service Mrs. Walter Siewert was hostessto by I. B. Cohen; "Cloud Physics Mrs. Frank L. Polhlll. Sr., of I Day or Evenings
$10 members of the Clewlston Car- and Cloud Seeding," by Louis Bat- TaHahasie suffered a broken left P. O. Dos 1241CLEWISTON.
I luLpxrtnJr den Club at their November meetIng tan; and "Magnets." by Francis 'leg in a fall frm a hone on FLA.
DOWN when Mrs. Fred Sikes, president Bitter A new chemistry book Is
I reported on a district meeting entitled, "Crystals and Crystal]
REFRIGERATORSL and on a workshop which she Growing" by Hoden! and Singer
had attended in West Palm Beach. A book dealing with psychology is '
There were 22 members and called, "Hypnosis, Fact and Fiction REVIVAL
1J.4CU.fT. CAPACITY two guests, Mrs. Rose Wllks and ," by F. L. Marcuse. ,
I FAMILY SIZEREFRIGERATOR Mrs. Mae Stebbins attending the Two books of interest to the I
meeting.The homeowner are Frank Lloyd
Clewiston Church of God
I I Garden Club expressed appreciation Wright's "The Natural House,"
to all who helped make with drawings and descriptions of
60 u p...., S. Pacific Avenue
." L t. (10111.,rMY the Christmas bazaar a success, moderately priced homes; and a
.h"dab Crt.. ,... especially Radio Station WOWY handbook on "Fruits for Southern Services
.D''......0....."... and Clewliton News for publicityand Florida," by David Sturrock. nightly at 7:30 ::1
.M..... .... D.., ....... Beck Motors for use of their Rounding out this week's additionsIs 1
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Lew- show room for the bazaar an Interesting account of episodes Rev. Harry Bartholt, Evangelist Rev. Joe'Coleman, Pastor
I In the life of "A NaturalistIn
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NEW SQUASI Df SION-f.f C..H. Way of Death Is among the new
HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR books placed] en the shelves of the p.m. General Office work in local office.
Qewiston Public Library this week, i
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south. and two men each. Team score will HI lad Set tended a
.' ':}; the Florida Commissions Wildlife Management various areas be combined total medal score less Jim Brandon ............................*... 552 Conference member of last the IIId,
combined total handicap. Those III Ind. Game which time. D.1ih a
ji I are Everglades as follows: :132 deer; 118 hOis.DevU' wishing to play are asked to signup Jim Brandon ................................. 202 ters were to reorilD\zatlonallb discussed\

27 turkey, at the club. Men Over: 500 (act)
I Garden: 2 deer Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stowart and Jerry Gummere .......................... :509 Senior -
and 49 squirrels.
cr 1018 quail, 75 hogs deer, 16 turkey, Mr. an 1 Mrs. Henry Neely have arrived Wilbur Mincey ...................._...... 514 en and ClewLitoo students from Moor a a ,
I ,' Okeechobee: 4 from Princeton, Indiana, for Jimmy Johnson .......................?.. 518 ticlpated inwith High Schaab PI'
and good.J.
; 311 quail squirrel few The ladies are getting Norman Austin .............................. 500 joint "COlleie !Ian
44 deer, 29 turkey, a days. Monday
I W. Corbett: squirrel good. In some golf while their husbands Jim Brandon ............................,... 552J. guidance accordinC to Harold lite,
p 1cN t M quail Fisheating good, 132 Creek hog, : 224 turkey, are enjoying fishing on Lake Okee- D. Smith ....................................... 505 fered counselorr gyp
\ Men Over 200 ( ) representatives

; t: ; quail Avon good Park, squirrel: 32 deer good., 100 turkey, chobee. Jim Brandon ..............._fame.._. 202 Hams Edison College Jr. College, Averett, ChIlJ'rcn.\t 1Ju\ !

.. ':: i }i ik 65 hogs News Stetson University. Weslen Jr. ContI<

"'I : Bowling lege, Mercer College, j,5 Co
,, ness College, Ft. &s
Re-register Boats Ladies Of Lake High School School, Indian River< Myers Jr. Beaut,

: : \ Massey Business School, Jamb,
i'tiU'V'ri Now SheriffSheriff W L vllle University "
; ; Says Team- Palm Beach
i U. S. Sugar ..__..._. 29 19 NotesReport catlonal School, UniVersll7 V I
wA Earl Dyess advised pleasure Sport Shop _._. 28 20 South Florida, and Gordo'
'itj/ J' boat owners of Hendry county Old South ....,___ Z71j 201j Students were allowed to :,
'',i who have failed to reregister their Baldrec's Gro _..__ 231j 241j cards woll go out lot the representatives from ODe or
1\ ",{ : boats that they will not save any Parkinson' ..__... 221j ZSIj school term institutions to help make
d second time for this on
; money by waiting until after the Hare Lumber ,....._..... 22 28 minds where they would up Ihe.Q.
December 5 and Wednesday, December leek
dY first of the new year to apply fora Wilson Lumber ___._.. 21 27 11 has been set aside as. er education. hit.1
Y new certificate.The Canebrake ......_ __.. 191j Z81j
parent-teacher conference day, according
sheriff said many boat own. III Series Scratch Sad) I
I 4"' era apparently! mistakenly believe Polly McLendon ,..._.___ 434 will NEW SUPPLY OP SCRA'l'CI' ,
Classes !
: :, that if they delay reregistering of Winnie! Plank ..__..._._, 430 principal. PADS are ready News ORsa
dismissed the afternoon of
,'; their boats until the new year, they Dora Belcher .-.._......_ 428 be on
: OF THE CLEWISTON Hooker, Tim Jones, Steve Galaslnnl back the lltu so that Interested parents
: ALL-STAR MEMBERS ; row will be charged. only one-half the In Series Handicap (Ind)
Midget Flag Football team who will vie for the Jackie WWI, Greg Miller, Glen Lanrston, Jimmy regular fee. Wanda Spurling ?..,??._.?? 561 may confer with the teachers.

') Dbtrict 5 Championship {There Saturday are, Vann and Cecil Bell. Malcolm Wilson I* not The registration law enacted by Winnie Plank -...___...__ 556
r:1' I front row I to r, Cecil Keen, Donnie Drake Tinny shown. The trophies In front will be given to the the 1963 Legislature provides only Dora Belcher ..._..?.?._.__..-. 545 Time Is running out for reservinga gl5T lidGr
Carl second champion and team.8TAFF PHOTO. school annual for this school
: ; Hough, Ricky Baker Berners mnnernp that boats registered for the first HI Game Scratch 0 114 i0N
: :' row. David Elllnfton, Frank Tomllnson, Gary time after January 30, 1964 will be Polly l McLendon _..__ 161 year. They are being sold for $4.00 ,
.. fee. Thomas ____ 157 each and must be ordered In ad-
charged one-half the regular Dorothy .
p Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Fla.I trying to arrange to make a short The fractional rate does not Dora Belcher ..__.___ 152 vance ho extra copies are being Boots Guides Gag. jr4
:: Thursday, December 5. 1963 movie film of the club members ata apply to boats and vessels subjectto III Game Handicap (Ind) purchased. according to W. G. Fishing Tackle Supplies

meeting, to send to the Rotary registration prior to the time an Dorothy Dyess _.....-.____ 219 Perry, who Is In charge of the
Club !in Germany with which exchange application for registration is Dorothy Thomas -._.___ 197 publication. A phone' call to the Johnson'sFishing
< S It Coach Tells Rotary Club of letters and ideas are a made. Polly McLendon M...__ 194 school will reserve a book for you.
project this year. He also reportedone Camp
This means, Sheriff Dyess said,
I Gorman) member hopes to tend HAPPY XII LEAGUE Supervising Principal James Qcwblon Flo.
that boat owner whose
I.i : Basketball Outlook Is Bright I his 22 year old son to visit Ameri I vessel any was pleasure registered previouslymust Team Standings Brandon and Coach Joe Bundy at-
particularly Cewlston.:
Team- W. L. .
pay the full annual fee regardless -
basketball coach at 67" from Hall believes _.. 29 19
Buren Hall, phyer Georgia. of when he applies for re- Potashnlch-Badgett
," ;', ClewIston High School, gave Rotarians these new players will heap! registration.The A&W Root Beer _....___ 26 22 02. 8441355R !
.' a brief summary of prospects spark a squad hur by loss of its 1 sheriff warned that It is unlawful Glades Restaurant __..... 21 27 8
t of the Tigers for the cage graduating players last year. 1 \ to operate on Florida watersan Dan's Dragline ?_..._.._... 20 28 VI &163
season, which opens tomorrow Basketball does not pay its way \ unregistered pleasure boat propelled Ind. Hdcp. Series ..
night with a game in Fort Meade. in ClewIston, said Hall in pleading 1.. a by a motor in excess of 10 Julia Swindle
,a The Tigers play their first home for stronger support of the towns horsepower. Ruth Tlllman
game Tuesday, Dec 10 against people. Only once has it made ths Gainey Reports Jackie Byrd Thurmond 'W. Knight
r Lake Placid. season en a break-even basis. This I Ind. Handicap Game

.w Coach Hall talked In a very optimistic year the team has scheduled 11 Ruth Tillman _...__._..-._. 215 "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond
vein about the Tigers' pros home games, and is making a special Hunting Is Good Country Club Mary Evans ........_........................- 204
v S pects. Five new basketball players effort to sell season tickets. WEST PALM BEACH South Jackie Byrd-Julla Swindle __ 195 Knight Realty Inc. OPFlCBi
;i' were gained this year when their These are offered at the attractiverate Florida hunters are experiencingone Ind. Scratch Series llo* II01W, KM* BtnrttWrit 2010 AnnUl
families moved to Clewlston. T,U- of $8 for the 11 game? for: of the most successful Notes Frances Carlin __?.?....... 461 Palm lleneli, Fl.rlda Riviera Beach

{ S' a est of the lot Is Billy Carithcrs, a adults, and $4.50 for student '::1ck Single game tickets are $1 for Louis F. Gainey, Regional Manager Jackie Byrd _.._.___.. _423Ind.
A fur- McLendon the finalsof Scrach Game
adults and 50c for students. for the Game and Fresh Water Polly won
ther Inducement Is offered to mar- the 18 hole Round Robin tournament Mary Evans ____ 170
.f' Did You Know? Tied couples, who can obtain two gion.Fish Commission's Everglades Re from Dot Vettorl last Friday Frances Carlin ___ 168 FRANK TILLIS

season tickets for J15. after having won in the semifinals Helen Kilts _. .. 1M
Hunters are urged to use routine from Lilah Florentine Dot Phone 924-5660 Pahokee Fla.
You can get Coach Hall expects a good season ,
'," precautions, when walking or other made it to the finals by beating LAKE BOWLING LEAGUE
and believes
I this year spectatorswill wise coming into contact with heavily Representing Howell Wilmoth & Associates
+ Bonnie Durrence. Team Standing
p Bar-B-Q to GO! enjoy the sport wooded or dense grassy areas, Tomorrow is meeting day for the 1.-U. S. Sugar Corp, Clewiston 30 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach

Hall also reported that Universityof to avoid the danger of snakebite. ladies with luncheon at noon. 2.-W, T. Grant 29 e MORTGAGE LOANSAt
Miami basketball coach has In- "More of rattlesnake kills
reports There will be a point tournament 3.-Fiostie _____ 28
y vited the Tiger team to visit the have been made by sportsmen this Interest Rates You Can Afford
C. __ 25
with for S.
played one point first on 4.-U. S. Bryant
..University scrimmage with.-thier year than In any preceding year. green, one.point, nearest cu ifld 5.-WOWY _-_....r...- 23a.BeUe ACREAGE RANCHES7ARMS
Freshman team in the afternoon,
"There is no known biological one point for first in cup. Contestant Glade Herald 22 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
and attend the MiamiMemphisState reason for the unusual rattlesnake with most points wins. Vsndergrift & Wins. 20
: game In the evening. The kill, unless! it's because more people e MORTGAGE INSURANCEYour
The Country Club Tournament Okeelanta Sugar _.._....17
1 KM Miami coach also invited the are present in the fields, huntIng -
committee has scheduled a Four- HI Team Set Business is AppreciatedATTENTION
Clewiston group to supper. I I the Increased game supply," Ball Tournament for Sunday Dec. WOWY ________ 2402
r':- Phone YU 2-9322 Carl Hornsby presiding at the Gainey concluded. 15th, "Annual Meeting" Day. HI Team Game

meeting, said the Rotary Club Is Season harvest totals to date for Teams will be drawn of two women W. T. Grant __._.._ 854 I
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INVITATION TO BIDDERS Contractor of America, III Omar dewiston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
R st Palm Beach Maria. *. I Thursday December 8, 1963 i
C) LlrJ.ts1S111
F.i IIE IDJ.4\ I The City Oommlulon of the city COP CLiiWISTUN.: FWt'CWABy .
ID8] Of Clewleton will receive sealed bid Fred C. Bikes City Cleric

..."M'JI! VTTkon 11201jTED I up to 111; F. M. B.S.T. December 0, By 402-Nov.' Webb 1, .5,158yerkINVITATION dual noo": (I) par cant or the tablespoons of water in a china
It, >011.
'n"4'- ---- ---- lull on the following automotiveequipment < ON l the total bid. Th BondIs ( metal) container.
BLUM & SONS PLASTERING which will never
at time they required as a guarantee that If
RATES: Four cents r '! Very Best Work be opened and read aloud; the Bid la accepted, a Contract will Dip stained spots up and down

,rd per $ Fpr I ,S } W* Save You Money One (1) 1><4 Model Truck Cab and TO BIDDERSThe ba entered Into and the performanceof In the mixture until they disappear. ,I
It properly Mourad. The succssstut '
,m P" rlnl, Simulated Stone Minimum Requirements: City Commission of the City bidder will be required to execute Wash and rinse entire garment !
)t the pries Stucco Free Estimate 1 or I oyL Not leee than 111 H.P of Cltwutou will receive 8e.lod a Performance Bond covering thoroughly '
where to Licensed Hard faced full rotating valvea.Heavy Blda UP to Oslo P M. K. 8. T. l>.o.m and Including all labor and matsrl1s should be done before the I
cress 10. Rei\s\ r. and Insured Duty 011 Bath Air Cleane The Performance Bond thai! be This
lltl the following Utility
e 72 Contact J. M 21 Years In Business Heavy Duty I Qt. oil Filter.Heavy 'ber Body)0.and Udnlpment ftB to be installed written In the amount of one hundred garment is laundered as with most : 8

ft passes to Ona, Florid 3850 Lora Street Low Cut Duty In Generator.Cooling 8ytm. on truck chassis delivered furnished to per ITIca.PropoeHl cent. (100%) of the Contract stain removal I

Dec.26p Fort Myers Fla. tic 4 Speed Trhnamluton. Equipment tutory and This is not guaranteed against
Theatre by the City ..t CUwlston at which form mint properly
Yews and ED /-0171 or OX 4-2874 I Speed rear Duty Axle.Heavy II". Couch.Wheel time they be opened and read aloud. filled out and must not be Attached removing color but sometimes a n
door Buick from the Bpaolfloatlona No quallfy-
. bo called Ete Brio-Ii.". DESCRIPTION lag letters or statements will be lightly faded spot is less noticeable "
L One owner. Hugh C CarltonjiI.7 Cab to A.I-a. 1. Body Similar or equal to considered stain.
.y. Front Axial Capacity (Tork-All South line. construction than the
p.m. Dec. 12c Heavy Duty ( NO BIDDER MAT WITHDRAW
- -lion Iba.) body Model IIU for mount- A BID submitted for a period of '
Allen Rear Axle; (Cap.cltUOOOIII. Ins on Supplied Truck Chaaala. thirty ((10) day after the date set
Iba.) 14' C. A. Flush type door ban- (cr the opening of men bids.
t : I;11x10 10 ply front dual dies w/key lock., keyed alike. THE OWNER RESERVES THE! Elks Discontinue
dipper 28 h" rear Urea.Hydraulic Body In Prime and completely RIGHT to reject any and/or all
l1J with electric Brake with not lee underooated.Compartmentatlon. bide and to waive Inforntalltl
than IIS aq. In. LH Bide! therein Wednesday Suppers :
I with trailer LIke MAN WANTED to manage and operate tU In. Vacuum booeter.Color let Vertical: Three (I) stand By J. R. BPRATT. Chairman
hours operation. a retail Watkins Route in to b* specified after bid and shelves with I" lip. Board of Public Instruction Until further notice the weekly
Horlaontal: One (1) 10" top Ii
VD Roland. 4tc this area Earnings of $125.00 per opening.Price to be quoted F. 0. B. Body .h.lt. one If wide middle ahell ATTEST Hendrjr County, Florida, Wednesday evening suppers at the

R for houses \ week from the very beginning. PlantaiBt. with removable dividers on ." J. Homer Bible8bperlntendent Elks Lodge No. 1853 have been discontinued I i

We have PIANO- Write Mr. McGarlty, P. O. Box 627, Louis, Missouri, center one II" wide lower shelf and Secretaryto reports A. C. Ellison
Atlanta, Georgia, with removable divider oa I" the Hoard of Public Instruction
,st your Iveri & Pond WUllston, Florida. DecSc Birmingham Alabama, centers. Hendry County Florida. I, exalted ruler.
Beardslej. Holdrldge Music. Cleveland, Ohio. Rear 'Vertical) Three (I) CN 401-Nor, II Dan 6, II, It II. ,
781. Dec. 5c EMPLOYMENT WANTED-Waitress Federal Tax Exemption Furnlthe standard shelves with I" Up.Compartmentatlon This change does not offect the

child care or what have right The to City accept Commission the lowest reserve'or best the let Vertical Material RH Bides rail and regular monthly Saturday night

R. .. Champion Trick you. Contact P. O. Box 321 dewls- bid and to reject any or all bids. rope hook, ." high through box CROTON STAINSCroton feeds on the first Saturday of each ,'
Silver Blue ton. itp a r. BLAIR. under floor of body. month. An outdoor supper is be'I.

tEAL $95.00. Call TU 404-Nov.Interim IS, Dec City I.ManagerCN 111.. three Horliuntal material: One drawer top, one shelf bit stains can be removed. log prepared for this Saturday.Miss : :
ISIDE! write 2890 Palm Wm. A. Baker drawer', bit brace bracket "
Here is one method of bow it II I
y, priced : In Clewlston and one hack saw bracket
OD Rear Vertical One top shelf and Donna Stalls spent the I 1
S Unden. Decl2 Public NoticeINVITATION OF CLHJWI8TON, FLORIDA six material drawer done.Mix 3 tablespoons chlorine Thanksgiving weekend in Lake I
! I. 1 Rear platform extension.Inch 11 '
shed. USED TV SETS IMPROVEMENTS CLUB PROJECT TO COUNTRY wide.I. bleach, 3 tablespoons borax and 3 Placid: with relatives.

[ISIDE 2 .99 down, $14.04 TO BIDDERS PHOPfcRTT 1 Medical kit holder In cab.
Th City Comn.lon of the City The City of Clewleton, Florid, I. 1 Medical kit.
)I. APPLIANCE of Clewlilon will receive bid up to desires to accomplish; an overall (. 1 Hydraullo pole jack car.
ICE si tic I:10 P. M December I, lfas rler, LH aide of loadspaoa.I. .
1'I'.T: : Total Project of Improvement to I its
NEW on the f ; automotive Equipment Country Club Property, to oonilr* 1It 1 Pintle hook. T100A. Harlem NewsEvents
ES. Motorcycle, Du at which time they will b.op.n.d two different unit of work, t..hunit T. 1 Bet, roll down fender.
frame and read aloud: of .. 1 Bet, splash apron
covered set
by a
very good One (1) ION Model 4 dr. sedan for Document separate >. 1 Set ReTrao Wet Coast

Don Yoder, Ph police servlca.Cnvlno Contract The two separate. units of worarei Mirrors.
\HOMES In / : VI Engine not less than 10. 1 Sea directional signals, and News Of Our Colored Community

! and Dade Dec26 111 hors power with full flow 1. Construction of a Country Club raeasssd rear' only
oil filter. Air' cleaner heavy duty II. 1 Flare Btat No. IDS.
ei and radiator and Building MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
Marlette Trail fan. 1. Cunitruotlon of a Pro-Shop 11. 4 Marker /clearance light,
it Ill>. I peed automatic trans- I red, I amber.
Can YU Building!
tENT mission_ Sealed bide will b* received by 11.0 Reflector, 4 red, I am. Phone YU 3-7651 I
tic 11:1 System 10 Amp heavy dutyalternator ber.
the City until 4:00 o'oloc1'. M. o.
s ai with slngla belt driveII the llth day of December 1111, 011 14. 1 Sea Identification light, NOTES FROM UNIT 2(, of the community for rememberingme
volt 70 bat I
heavy duty amber cab roof mounted.
1,000 : watt portable amp work.A .
each of the above two units of
tery.Body II. 1 Sea Identification light, BEAUTICIAN LEAGUE after thirty-one years of servIce.
bid b eubml
for all ;, new. Cost A.. Tender: Body and fenden Combtaatloa may biddercovering1 I red mounted at rear. Members of Volt 26 of the Beauticians I i
Terms.IMENT. Phone YU 2-7257 painted oft whit. solid color ted at the option and of .. 11. 1 Spotlight, cab root am sincerely grateful to the
two above.Any
or Black render and Body top unit bidder ono bid mounted League and their guests committee for the careful planningand
qualified nay on
Dec. 12c
PERT?. white.Windshield wiper all or any of such unit of work In. at IT.Polecat 1 Starter pedestal switch for Chaail located gathered Sunday afternoon at the arrangements for the pro".mpreltDted

ONTHLY envelopes. Front Arm reit eluding combination bid aa men engine.II. Harlem Recreational Center for last Monday night, Nov.
tloned above on unit one and two. I
construction, for social se Vleored Map light spot light tender However, Combination Bids must 1 at Control Polecat panel control light located their first appearance in a series 23, 1963; program participants :

TERM low and other de mounted. how a breakdown aa to each bid unit will sole, one each aide. con- of programs that will be presented both local and out of town; all the I I
and combination
grove 500. dewiston Inelde rear' view. mirror. b of*work considered no unless the bidder ha 1*. 1 Brake lock, Mice 1100. from time to time. Mrs. Julia M. wonderful gifts and every little I h

minimum Cigar IIrM.r.DlrlOtlon.1 ilfaal root and aiM submitted an Individual bid on 10.11. 1 1 Holly Rear support engine for sped Poleca gov Sales and Mrs Geneva Hollls were thing that was done to honor me I
each of the two unite, nor If eitherof
LISTINGS rear.ReclrcuUtlng. the unit) of work price In the ernor. hostesses. The following programwas on such a glorious occasion. I love j
:: $2.00 water or air beat 13. 1 hook "B"
Quick type.Is
I. M. er and defroeter. combination bid exceed the bidder presented: each fcnd all of you may God
Boom similar
Hydraullo or
African love
"r. Real Vinyl upholstery, aid panel, Individual bid on the same Document unit. Equal to Pltmaa Polecat Model Selection-Pass Me Not. give m* strength to aerve you
A set of the Contract
Cut 3.1131'I can, supplies Wild and Headllner.Heavy duty ...t.. front and rear a* to each of the unit of work, also PC.M5 A. 7100-BD pound Including winch at and of Scripture-Rev, L. Holmes. thirty one more years.Respectfully.

re, Auto Foam rubber front neat Detailed Plane and Drawing maybe boom. Prayer. ,
YUkon 2- Chassie l and Body. procured at the office of R. Carroll N
Uc Heavy duty brake and brake Peacock *.. Howarth L. Lewis. II. control Installed at pedeatel > Solo-Mrs. Malanla Richardson A. A. Thomas i II
in, Fla. drum Jr, Architect, Palm Way with operation trom.Ith.r Reading-Mrs. Vera Whltfield.
rr: ; ;
Heavy duty front and rearsprings. Palm Beach, (telephoneIllllll : side including prot.o.Un *
12 Selection. CARD OF THANKSI
ALE gauge ), for a deposit of IU.OOtor guard rail
: 11; one 8-month Heavy duty shocks front and each set of the Detailed Plan C. One set of hydraullo out'riggers. Introduction of Speaker-Mrs. T. w.'ia! to express my sincere
j furnished. .00 I. .
and Drawing The III deposit
Box 1253 one Easyllft Under rear. seal coating. returnable within ten (10) day D. 760 pound capacity at 4 ft J, Sanderi. thanks to my friends and church

\ I with brake. I Wheel. and tire* 7:00x14: sitetires. after bid date to those submitting radius and 1100 pound capacity Address-Mrs. J. S. Gajadha. members for their kindness during t
) bona fide bide and who return such : at 17'-f" radlua.B. .
Phone 2-3091. Solo-Clyde Blackman. my recent uiness ana hospital con
Above delivered Clewlston, Detailed Plan and\ Drawings In Hydraulic boom extension t 'w
Decl2 Florida.. ear good eosdetien. r.I'tomAtl: .-Get- Acquainted -Moments-Airs. finement. d'aleagr'etelul indeed to J.I,
tranafor, look
. One (I) 1MI Moedl 4 door Plymouth Instruction to I3l46ers I a* w.II'a.. Reba Taylor the doctor and staff st Hendry 1
In Contract which attaches digger hang.er
eoatalned the
Form are
House be a partpayment
Spartan sedan to accepted *
Documenta The Instruction bracket to Hydraulic Response-Mr. Dennis Reddick. General Hospital, those who sent ,

01' R aluminum pre Federal Tax Exemption Certificate to Bidder should .b* carefully. observed boom extension the when augerI Remarks. cards flowers, and'every act of I'I
New furniture, furnlsh.d.The by all Interested bidder In digging position ,
City Commission reserves the A set of the Contract Document O. Auger storage bracket. Announcements. I kindness that brought happiness to j
three choice right to accept the lowest or beet and of the Detailed Plane and DrawIngs 14. 1 Winch line, 71' of TIll" Benediction me. I am feeling much Improved r

ENT-One Priced bid, and to reject any or all bid. are also on file In the Plea wire rope SAil with eye splice. Coffee and cake was enjoyed by at present. May God bless each
leaving town. C. r. BLAIR. Room of F. W. Dodge Corporation, t1ak1.1 single speed power
cent, Interim City Manager fell South Dixie. :it-lma:1: : : all present. and all of you. I
we YU 526 Central CN 401-Nov. 5,. Dee (. Itll. Florida and II. 1 Hydraullo .oil reservoir Mrs. Dorothy Singleton presIdent Respectfully
10 gallon capacity.If. I IM"
. tic egigseBUINiseiseaeeesss.esuse.esee.e.egii5iesee.ee 1 Similar. or Equal Pitman of the unit, was accompanied by a Leroy Holmei. I i'':
verolet HA-ll, single peed dlggr.II. large group of her colleagues from ____ ,
1 Similar or Equal PitmanHS4
ItC Auger drive shaft Belle Glade. The beautiful decoration CHURCH NEWS I' :

INT--Four 19. 1 Similar or Equal PitmanAFt'll.ll" was the center of attraction Mt. Calvary BapUatR ,:
full flits with
atadena. ESS DIRECTORY Pengo boring head auger bearing the theme of Christmas. v. L. M. Kitchens raster I"

ton MoteL e 10. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman The evening was spent in an atmosphere Sunday School-9:15: ..m. ,

; ____ : DW-1. 1 Pownhaul Similar or Equal weightII. Pitman of culture, inspiration and Morning worship-11:00 a.m. I ,
.u PP-I Pole puller complete with dignity. '
Evening worship-7:30 p.m.
William Electric I
-i. Johnson I II' lengths of hose with quick _
The Mt. Calvary Home Mission
81. Bail Bonds disconnect: fitting T I/I" high
Washers, Wiring. Repairs An Appliances alloy steel chain, and base for SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT CIrcle met at the home of Sister

Walter ., .lr. pole puller, The Harlem Branch, V, S. Post Lambert
S. Electrics II. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman
Radio and 24 Hour Service Contendinglipten 11... .' Insulated Boom Exten Office opened for business Monday Choir Rehearsal Wednesday

!SNT' 2 108 Bond St. wmiams nun S-1S2 can II. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman morning, Dec. 2, 1963. The night, 7 p.m..

apartment OewUton, Fla. McDonald Bookkeeping and XBA-ll Fiberglass Bucket temporary location is the former Prayer Meeting Wednesday

YOUR PHILCO 14. 1 Similar or Equal Pitman Mamie's Style Shop on AlabamaAve. night 8:30: p.m.

3TT : Uc Tax Service SEE: US FORBOTTLED XBB-B glass primary.Bucket support Fiber The post office will be open The president is asking that all

GAS II. 1 High pressure hose kit. dally from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30: a.m. choir members pleas meet on
ices. Royal drapes. Cus II. 1 Set fishplate for chassis
and 4 to 6:30 All
hone YU line of John W. McDonald frame p.m. p.m. postal time for rehearsaL
I I AppliancesSalesService 17. 1 Mount body: on chassis. services will be offered. The lour Gospels Club will meet

TRAILER I cover fabrics II. Undercoat body Mrs. G. D. Rogers Jr., clerk In
Thursday evening.
YU 2-5831 Immokalee, Fla. Entire unit painted (color to 1 b.
a. Suitable specified after bid opening). charge.P. You are always welcome to attend
a. I Furniture Phone OL 4.3672WALDRON'S Above vehicle delivered ClewlstoFlorida our services.

: ; tfe POWER' GASCORPORATION Furnished Federal Tax Exemption T. A. COUNCIL NOTICEThe Mrs. Emma G. Dixon, Reporter

OT-4 I Carithers The City Commission reserve the P. T. A. Council of Palm
r rtdad. Phone right to accept the lowest or beat
with service MEATS AND GROCERIES: : bid and to reject any or all bid. Beach, Glades and Hendry Counties -
Bond Street C. F. BLAIR will hold its December meetIng -

YU 2-644L 'Open 7 a.m. to I p.m & 3to8 p.m. CALL COLLECTSouth CN tOS-No.Interim. II. Deo.City I Manager, Itll. at Lincoln Elementary School, Harlem ClubYour

) tic Six Days a Week Bay WY 60821HENDXY Riviera Beach. Please note due to Favorite Mixed Drink

the classic which second Cocktails
U the Saturday
MACHINE Sealed proposal for the construo the meeting is now scheduled Fried Chicken Sandwiches

be at Gld- COUNTY tlon of the 1111 Additions to LaBell for the first Saturday Dec. Recorded Music Popular Bands ,
for Your Spur of Moment Picnics school, Hendry County, Florida, will ,
Title & Abstract Co.
each Friday be received by the Hendry Count 7. All P. T. A. presidents and unit If,. and Mr Win WaQaee,

, service stop in 'Title Abstrsete-THl' Inraraao Board of Public Instruction LaBell. representatives requested to beiresent. sJULIA'S.....
Licensed Four MQes East of CewistonBare Tahiti StenographerFhotoeopvtag Florida on or before I;00 p,m., E.S.T
, tic January I, 1M4. at which time and Progress report of memicrshlp .-
Bonded Beach Dnplleatfag place they will be publicly opened is due at this meeting.
COM Bridge St. and far AT*. and read.
:''rtlinate Singer Sewing UBeO. Fla. P. O. Box Ml Copies of the Proposals Contract Mrs Juanlta Meeks President
OKaasMm document Drawing* and Speclflca. E. O. Knight, Secretary.
*flng and t will service Ion* may be obtained by eligible

hone YU < dewiston area For prompt Efficient General Contractor from JAMES BEAUTY NOOKFor
WY W659. Attention Cattlemen Horn delivery Florida For That New Look
jgWISTON.; every Saturday Phone Harrison 81* Hollywood, The Friendly Christmas Saving J.
FLA. MC or the office of the Superintendentof StrUng Cattta
Belle Glade. New ts the tfn to eeswelUat OF THE MIAMI HERALD Public Instruction, Courthouse Club win bold the last meeting forth No Appctntraeat.
jaBelle. Florida.' A deposit of OIO.Od( 1963 at the home of Mr.
year Friday and
with long term farm :
debts s
year Call Bobby Giddens I. required for each first set ot
loan, few Interest rates, with Drawings and Specifications issued and MM. J. Moody Saturday night, _Mrs. Jails Sales. Proprietor
YD MillEVINRUDE to each General Contractor. Addl.tlon.1 !. Dec. 7. We are hoping to have
REAL ESTATESpecial sets may be obtained by pay '
Federal Land Bank Ing reproduction cost which cost more members beginning the new 't
I e will not be returned. The full year.
I Values amount of the deposit will be refunded .
See er. Write i to all bidders provided .U Mrs Susie Becklon PresidentMrs. Hilton's Grocery

FUNK DENMEAD W. L HAY i I documents are returned to the Arch. Elbertha Blackman, Secretary -
: tort In good condition, within U i
Realtor Ml Waleaid BondingBradenten days after the Bid Opening Sub.e".traetor. Groceries Fresh Meats ,
Box may obtain document Mrs. Fannie Davis Treasurer.Mrs. VegetablesCold
Ave Florida b y paying reproduction cost' which J
lit E. El Paw Annie Jones Reporter. -
Drinks Essential Items
cost will not be refunded. Doen / .
Clewlston. :Fla. YU M421 mints may b* examined free of We Appreciate Your Patronage '
barge at the Architect' office CARD OP THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Taorstosi Bitoa
IMeh proposal must b* aecompante4
Tribune I with! to express my deep gratitude Proprietors /
ew concrete block / with over 4,000 KJ. ft of space Tampa by a Certified Check Ca.hl.r'p
building Check Bid Bond executed by the and
tern, store SiC Excel- or : appreciation to the friends
suitable clothing(
. for supermarket and Bidder and Surety Company llceaaed
.ca Uon and terms to suit to do business la Florida, In a sum ,
file Cfe 1fttoa New
Ft. Myer
'map other improve-
ranch with new horn and many

, 230 acres on canal dose to town. News Press Edward's

'raper Park with new I bedroom home and over 234 Home Delivery I ELITE

. WIall improved. 130000 per month income, excellent W. 0. CAMPBELL: GROCERY

down payment Phone J-2791 Replacements Repair ,

'or any of these extra special values can Sales Service: Plumbing Repair Groceries Fresh Meats School 8np ter "

New and toed Meters. -

Frank Denmea'd HATHCOCK'SAUTO Maria Barwwarc INSTALUmOMJTROUBLESHOOTING: .Cold Drinks C1ealten Newt ', I


Re,. BrokerYUW4J1 A D&YK1Ift.UIOJf .Maria Safety sa...*.. Call YU Other It6s (; :i r '

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onK ALL JOGIft'> For..litf.rmati "It Realtor" 'j ---.325 E. v....u' :t j I
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I ;, ; Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlitoo. "' Charlie Miner read the commis spans with horizontal clearance for ways for ,- presl-l,bandmaster, has
I "I,' Thursday, December 5, 1963 "I sioners' prepared statement to the 80 feet each." The commission lard said the Scott, ]gram of music for arranged the
i rite'
I II old bridge with water
hearing pointed out, that the
I f trucks to be on hand for customers. Col. Partltt had stated that the could have been repaired and keptIn trol and takes --
I, Truck Rental A Grand Opening will be held original application which the use, providing only 646 clear- tions of have ----
in a few weeks, said Bob Hudson, Corps had denied, did not specifya ance, but the board did not consider Jervey Kelly, something to ship
Firm Branch district manager for Ryder in the temporary permit, nor did it in- this sound use of tax money. of the State REA
Opens area. dicate that the bridge to be installed The board proposed It the district presented the Express YU 2.2141
.\ ;.1 I i'I The Clewiston branch will have is a used bridge. engineer deems It advisable, that board, and
I,,: ; ,/ Ryder Truck Rentals now open of the meeting A. to to permit for basis for Delivery Service.
: all facilities in the shop for main- In the opening agree a temporary e
1 L for business in its recently: completed I of the Jacksonville this such time another county's
I I tenance and repair of all trucks, L. McKnlght bridge until as
rJ!, :';, building in Clewiston, and ,,1 large and small, and a mechanicwill district office read a list of communications bridges on the waterway witha sideration by .
I t .; G1 l, has brought one car and three be on duty during regular which had been received horizontal clearance of less than gineers --;;::

I : hours. This service is not limitedto in support of the county's, 89.8 feet have been replaced. Then A large
Need Ryder-owned trucks but is available application: LaBelle: Chamber ol Hendry county would undertake to ty residents -
ill an to everyone, said Hudson. Commerce. Clewiston Klwanls provide a IM -toot clearance bridge, as Interested this
d The Ryder firm decided to estab Club City of LaBelle, Allen P. or to move the structure. Col. Parfitt weekend
I" Extra E lish a branch in Clewiston to serve Wolf, Hendry Board of Public Instruction Walter O. Sheppard, representingthe R. Broadfoot '

: needs of an area which is rapidly Hendry County Cattle- Okeechobee Waterway Association iston office and available for open bowling
: ..oq- expanding agriculturally in the belief men's Association, U. S. Sugar said the 80 foot bridge would assistant & ,
) Saturday
that there will be a strong demand Corporation, Hendry County Water set progress back 22 years, sinceno fice, la Sunday Monday
1 1k for truck service which it Conservation Committee, Clewiston bridges of less than 90 foot days and all evenings.
offers. Business and Professional Womens clearance had been built In the ELKS
Truck Hudson said Ron Hare and Ed Club, Hendry County Rock Corp., past 22 ;years. He charged that political BOWLING LANES
R, Cook will be the Clewiston em- Bob Paul, Inc., Thelma D. Peters, pressure had been brought Clewiston
t FAST? ployees. Oliver T. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. to get the meeting held. (Col. Par- I will hold its 80 South of Belle Glade
Young Hare, who recently returned Ken Sargent, LaBelle Woman's tut later stated that the matter was ice at 8:45: next
to civilian life after eight Club George Comrie, R. Gary reopened because it became evident -' clog with the -
years of Armed Forces service, is Peters Mrs. Earl Murray, Wilbur that this'was a controversial as speaker. A -
the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Howard, A. W Pastorlus, Ray I. matter, and In such instances the sicians will .
Jr. He and his family recently Peters among them. Corps of Engineers always held a cal numbers
established realdence in Clewiston. Senator Friday presented sup- public! hearing.)' program, said A.
"" Rent porting resolutions of the Lee County ed ruler.
Sheppard also said the bridge L&p' '
Commission and an editorial
served only a few residents and The
Commissioners Told from the Fort Myers News-Press, grove workers and these could continue nual Open
from and Col. Parfltt read telegrams to drive to LaBelle or west to Lodge, honoring
(Continued from Page 1)) and
from Senator Spessard Holland
Alva to cross the river. A ripple of ers. By orders of
statement in which it volunteeredto Representative Paul Rogers strongy laughter passed among the residents this ;year's
RYDER accept a temporary permit for supporting the bridge applica- present when the suggestionto clude honors to SPECIAL for WEEK-END
i r the bridge until such time as all lion, use the road to Alva was made. Kennedy, a
other "bottleneck" on the water- Hendry county's statement said a Sheppard said the Okeechobee Mass., Elks
IH 4 Ryder can supply any size way are removed and then to replace new bridge at Fort Denaud "was Waterway Is the only existing Pot Roast of Beef
truck by the hour, week the bridge with a 90-foot required by the widening and deepening cross-state waterway in the state Will Meet
.., or structure or remove it altogether.The of the Caloosahatchee River today and that there will be a big buttered Egg Noodles
year. canal to provide greater Capacity Increase in tonnage of commercial Clewiston
+j\\ Service you can depend on! Okeechobee Waterway Association for discharge of excess floodwaters traffic. meet in the band Garden Salad
and various barge compan- school next
to the Gulf of Mexico.
Others for the bridge
RYDER les protested application for the0foot In cooperation with the State Road permit were Ken Curtis, J. R. dinner rolls, butter
K TKUCXItfHTAUMC. bridge at Denaud. Hendry Department and Central and South. Spratt, Carlos Dickey, H. S. Park-
county commissioners appeared ina
Florida Flood Control District,
inson, Isabelle Curtis, Dean Davis,
body, supported by a large number -
the commission agreed to remove FAMI
Oliver T Wolf, R. E. Byrd and
of other citizens and civic the old wooden bridge, with 646 Mrs. E. C. Mills. 2 for 98
Ryder bodies in the county. State Senator
horizontal clearance, and proposedto H. M. Johnson, State Road Department -
Elmer Friday detailed the bridge
replace It by a used, but fully district engineer, said the
Truck Rentals history and needs and argued for
serviceable, swing bridge, electrically SRD estimates 125 vehicles per day
'.' Aztec and San Pedro YU 2-7031 j the permit, after Representative operated, having two clear would use the bridge now, and in

i 1985 the count would be 300 vehicles toast, coffee . . 291
per day. He estimated the
y proposed 80-foot bridge would haves

,," ;> life expectancy of 30 years; it
.. A would cost $250,000 completely *
i';: w' renovated and Installed, and a new
; 00-foot span would cost an approximate -
il'1.' $585,000, he said.

r< County Commissioner Harvard Abner Split . . 291
Parkinson, Ken Curtis and others
pointed to the growth and development Ph.
1"t underway in the Denaud area,

t including heavy citrus grove plant YU .
togs, and new homes. Curtis said
the engineer's, count of barges Drug
using the waterway during! the past State Pwse 0e life
year was an average of one tow
( YR every three days, and that by actual
count there was an Increaseof -
only three barges over the previous
year. Oliver T. Wolf, citrus
grower said he knows at least two FORD. CHEVROLET.
R families who are holding back on
building or investing In the area II
until a bridge is secured; said an
,.,.. ; owner who plans a 250 acre citrus
i grove in the area and two individuals PLYMOUTH OWNERS.
planning $50,000 homes are I
holding up their plans until the .
bridge is secured.
Speaking in opposition were
Richard P. Eagln, New Orleans,
representative of the deBordelaben

Barge company and A. I* Mech- r 2u1F1wo';
line, of Joliet, ILL, and Edgar 1
Johnson,Gainesville, executive secretary

\ Here's why 'you'll tell other people you like it. .of Florida Waterway Association.

Giles Evans, manager of the
Florida Canal Authority, said state
i ,; Wide-Track,for Instance.Wlde-Tradd.what make the '64 Pontiac so thoroughly likeable. Indu.trlalrowth is held up by lack

c does away with tilting your way around turns. Frankly,we couldn't think of anything radical of low cost transportation. Mech-
line, who operates bargest into
44c r"" Pontiac's smoother, quieter ride Is another to do with this car. Oh, we made the styling for
Tampa, said he has applied a
$; thing you might point out. A big 389-cubic- even more stylish as you can plainly see. certificate to operate on the Okee

kI, Inch Trophy V-8 is standard in each and We lavished even more care on the interiors. chobee Waterway He said water for
transportation is not subsidized, as
every Ponliac. You get to choose from 34 Wt even Improved the light bulbs. But as for some charge, but that it brings 2

,, + IIJ' engine/transmission teams to harness all that more vital things,why change? Improve,refine benefits to the area it serves in
lower cost of commodities. The
power. (Happy choosing!) sharpen-'yes. Change-no. And you barge rates depend on the hazards 1U1SS\

Now then-on to more of the things that can tell that to your friends. of the navigation channel he said.
d d''j'' '' If the channels are narrow and hazardous '

George Kumpe represented the $
r i i'i'i West Coast Inland Navigation District .
: Herman W. Schull the Florida .
I Waterway; Association; W. N. ..
: Dlllard, Central and Southern Flood tw CTIOOIWltITEWA .

"Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc. Control District The representatives .
of the waterway associations eNA.Ios 0,100
urged the establishment of specific
.;,; W. Suearlsnd Hwy. Clewis ton, Fla. YUkon 2-4501 criteria for bridge construction all these features. t Us. ONLY .3 MORE_ EACH
,,', i I -which -permit-- full use of the ....ot'.rOtll... NYLON .......op.d.ey _
'j -.I 5.....punrbrel. In did. I".toy. I".a.Me aiIoose

o I i\j\ :+ I ud PNd.1..9I.d.1I.d Irilr. rrlr. .......... -uu.bIo ,.y BUICK, MERCURY, DODGE

I SPECIAL See the New 64 Models ells-:.:-ur IM.edly1 w.116r: -rd...dw.ll.Wis b4 r 5..g 5- .... CHRYSLER PONTIAC, OLDSMOBILE I II ;

: 65x10' .ru..w..x...... ......... .., .caw LINCOLN, CADILLAC, FALCON,
Deluxe Marietta 2 bedroom furnished ee
; -- fully s""""'w..rw. -,,ooIet..."",n des'. LANCER
"I ;d Double A" Roofing 55x10' Bath & Half Marietta 3 bedroom 15-MONTH ROAD a OWNERS:
:. Specializing in Pressure Cleaning and Painting' HAZARD We have tire for YOUR car too...

:I! Let us clean and beautify your home for the 50x10' Cranbrook & Belmont 2 bedroom fully Every R.t. Flrnlont ttrt aGUARANTEE I'' at SIMILAR
t 40' Yuletide Season furnished. OUANANTIIO Honored In LOW MONEY-SAVIN
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