The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 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
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I VOLUME 38 NUMBER: 50 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec 343.3. PJ4. Subscription $4.00 year. ,:

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I Tigers Best Past Season Record '

1 Federal Reserve Officials To

t Tiger Cagers Flood Miners 72-32;


'Freeze' Out Dragons 54-51 in ThrillerThe Convene in Clewiston Today ',

Clewiston Tigers Jumped off: :Mitchell 3-2-8. Kendricks 0-1-1

1) to a fast start in the Ridge Conference SchaiU 3-3--9, Russell 1-0-3, Stokes I '
Friday night by dumpingthe 0-1-1, Courtney 0-1-1. Totals- Clewiston will welcome groups hold a regular meeting their Florida. meeting. '
H. T. Vaughn, Sr., chairman of ;
tors of the Federal Reserve here.
Ft. Meade
:Miners on their i 11-10-32.
of Atlanta and of the dlrec.1 It is believed to be only the sec the board of the Jacksonville ,'
home court 72-32 behind a solid : Clewiston ___.. 14 II 19 27-72
j a defense excellent rebounding and I Fort Meade'H".. 9 10-32 Branch Federal Reserve ond time the directors have chosen branch, and president of U. S. Sugar .J

SEW COUNTY AGENT TED GALLO. left chats with assistant "spurting" fast break.It I s e e Atlanta this afternoon a city other than Jacksonville for Corporation, extended the invitation
and arranged the visit. ,
I aunty agent Jerry Flint at the County Sub Office In dewtiton. was the first game of the The Clewiston Tigers Jumped to I Arriving about three o'clock by .

I 111. new agent assumed his duties Monday relieving Frank Pot season for both teams and the an early 8-2 lead over the visiting bus from Miami the boards will I

.ut, who has resigned. early Jitters caused a lot of foot- Lake Placid Dragons In the. first bold their business meetings immediately 1 j A

work before they settled down to quarter and after about four minutes on the upper porch of the .
good basketball. The game actually were fighting an uphill battle -
Clewiston Inn. Later the U. S. Sugar '
was a great deal closer than trying to catch up. Th. exciting Corporation and :Mr. McGregor 'I I

City Buys New Car the final score Indicates, the two 54-51 victory makes the Tigers Smith chairman of the board of !
quarter scores being In Owlston'sfavor
2-0 for the young season. Florida Power & Light Companyand
14-9 and 26-18 at half time I
Al Morrell and Mike Mazzlna a member of the Atlanta "
The Tigers however broke it
openIn shared honors in both scoring and board will be hosts at a cocktail 'I
the third quarter scoring 19
Truck floor ,,work each contributing 22 party and dinner for the directors. .
Monday points to only four for Ft :Meade '
points. Jimmy Bible hit for 8 Friday morning several plane
aud 27 points to their 10 In the
points and tall Billy Carithers sank will fly the directors, to Bryant to ,
final period with the reserve .
the remaining bucket view the field operations there and
playing! final minute of
the 34
J\ new power line truck with South Clewiston (Hooker's Point) the third period and most of the Clewiston trailed 1215 and 3132at to tour the Bryant Sugar House, '
Jjipment, for the electric and if water could be furnished the final halftime as the two evenly considered the finest cane sugar

\\jtr: department and a new car area when the water mains are installed period.Coach Buren Hall was exceptionally matched teams displayed excellent mill in the world. Returning to '1

the Police department were through which the refinery well pleased with the entire defensive play and swapped goal Clewiston a tour of Sugar-land !

chased when bids were opened will purchase water from the City team effort and cited the outstanding for goal with never more than a ,y{ "'r Ranch will complete the morning I
J the meeting of the City Com- of Clewiston. (Note; The City of rebounding of Bill Carithers five point difference. The third a schedule. "\
Lsion Monday evening.Chuck" Clewiston has period rnded 43-44 and about midway
agreed to
extend a and Pat Baldree; and the sharp After lunch at the Inn the party;
( Wells Motor water main to !It t* city limits and shooting of Al Morrell Jimmy the final period Morrell hit will board buses for the return 1
Companyi there to sell water for two quick field goals and :Maz
to the
refinery trip, and will stop enroute at South
bidder on the truck for Bible and :Mike Mazzina. Randy
5 i
which will install sins and Bible hit one apiece to 14r-
to view of the
electric department; his bid' carry Morrell and Jesse Buslck were Bay to the operations
: it from that put Clewiston ahead. .
point to Its
plant site)
stalwarts for the reserves.Cewiston vegetable Industry at Bay I
| C<4038 plus freight was the
Coach Buren Hall called for
Fred C. Slices noted
made 474 cent Growers packing house and nearby ,
per j
est of three submitted. Other
fideri were Beck Motors, 12.170.58 that a special act of the legislature of the field goal attempts and 52 "freezing the ball" with approximately TECHNICIAN MEL FINCH AND 6IIEKIFF EARL DYESS dls- fields. J
gives the county exclusive au four minutes to go and Mike ease the "Carabao" designed by' Bell '
of free-throw shots Aerosystems which I* undergoing The i
Hendry County Motors $2056 ,- per cent the group will include: the following : :
both plus freight thority for franchises of utilities while Ft. Meade made 38 and 48 Mazzina pleased the hometownfans test la Lake Okeechobee this week. The air cushion vehicle members j I I 4
outside city limits. per cent of their respective shots. as he dribbled in and out of is quit unique In that It floats around above land and water and FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF : ;

upment for the power line In the same general area of discussion The Tigers were charged with 17 the Dragons for nearly a minute 1* capable of speeds In excess of to miles an hour The CarabaeIs ATLANTA: H. T. Patterson 1st I
luck was awarded to All Southern! but with no connection to and a half. Lake Placid scored being housed en the government reservation of '
personal fouls and the :Miners 22. the U.S. Corp vice president and general manager \ '
Company Atlanta on only baskets during the final ;.
11 a the above request the commission Al two of Enrbaeen.-8TAFF PHOTO.
lot dewtaton were Jack Tarver chairman of the
1 of 110,583.50, the lower. of theo authorized Sikes to request formal Scoring 4 minutes and these were offset by ; 0 t
7-3-17 Donnle Yoder board S. Craft. Monroe
Morrell. ; : George :cKlmbl1:1.
i submitted. The bid of Alice free throws by Tigers as the Dragons
approval of the county commission Carithers. 2-3-7; Mazzina, D. C. Wadsworth. Sr. (
0-1-1; Postmaster Urges ,
c, was $10,997. for the fought desperately for the ball. Waterway
agreement to sell waterto
6-1-13 Mandy Morrell
E. M.
7-5-9.; Bible ; I Maxey Jarman J. Cheatbam -
mby w:bidder Rambler on the Motors police who car was bid city Savannah limits. Sugar Refinery! at the 5-2-8 and Buslck 317. Others Bill Otheri larvae playing and for Pat Clewiston Bsldree.were Use Of Zip NumberPostmaster West Coast Merger Henry G. Chalkey, Jr., :Mc : ".

playing! were Henry Bowden Bill I Wlth'the smallest attendance at Gregor Smith, directors FlnleyMcRae ; 1
360. Other bidders were Beck The commission asked J. D. Andy Sapp 65" sophomore of Sias offered these i'l
Lion. 11,595, Hendry County :Mo. Quinine public utilities superintendent Farm and Baldree. Totals Lake Placid was high for Us team helpful hints today on how to mall any regular meeting to date the : representative Sixth Federal I I

\\t. $1,800, and "Chuck" Well, to prepare an estimate 28-16-72. with 21 points while Stew Bollard ;your Christmas cards and gifts to Okeechcbee Waterway Association Reserve Advisory Council,
ofI Meade Neely z..oDur- directors Charles vice ,
I Fort met at the Glades Restaurant T. Taylor president
32. followed closely. with 18 points and insure prompt and sale delivery
the cost of red
installing two
warning -
rence 113. Barwlck 113. in Clewiston Tuesday afternoon and director of research, George 1
laced In the record of the City lights on telephone poles near was the playmaker for the Dragons. before December 25th.If .
Hlbbert and Arthur Kantner staff :
Immlssion meeting :Monday nights the end of the runway at the Clew I ;you use the new five cent i
s copy of a letter from Henr Mon airport The airport is now Will The "B" team fell before the Christmas Tree stamp on your the It ha: previously been reported to members.JACKSONTOLZUBBANCHz. I }i

r County Health Department di- lighted for night flying and the Santa young Dragon "..!! la the opening Christmas cards, they will be Association that Chambers ofCommercetiong ., T. rt i

r, Dr. W. F. Hill Jr., to warning lights on the pole are requested game Tuesday night. This was the sorted and delivered first and if the West"Coast A. Lanford vice president and .".3 II
gvunuh Sugar Refining Corpora. t Children first game for the local boys while ;you include your return address Waterway (especially in the Sarasota manager T. C. Clark assistant
Write area) would like for the Waterway
slating the advantages which The problem of display of the Dragons have three games. un with your ZIP Code number on vice president and secretary to the
lull be brought to the area .of chandlsj by local. businesses mer-I der their beltdewlston each card envelope they will be to organization to be enlarged I board; Claude Yates, director .nd'J h
Include the West Coast The
scored only two point forwarded in the event of area .J
a changeof
property which is dedicated! for chairman public relations committee *
public use (L e. between sidewalks Says PostmasterThe I III the first half both free shot addicss, or if they are undellv- I directors Tuesday afternoon voted Harry T. Fagan director I

Cantata SingersTo and streets) was discussed.The by Barton. Jones contributed 6, arable they will b, returned to to advise these Chambers that the and chairman agricultural and soil i I

commission decided to at- Post Office Department is Bennett 2, Barton 6 and Nelson 1 you for correction of ;your mail- group would like to meet with !themto conservation, ,J. T. Lane, director I
I with Santa Claus point for the Tigers. bug lljt. Also remember discus the proposal, and that a .
tempt to ask cooperation of the getting together ;you can and chairman audit committee Ol* I .
Present Two businesses which are violating the this year to make sure that chil- write personal messages only on meeting t in the Sarasota area wouldbe He Edmunds, director Godfrey
dren who writ to the North Pole Christmas cards sent by First Class agreeable.
restriction, and then to Instruct the Smith director and H. T. Vaughn,
police to enforce the restriction get an answer from the best-known News Will Publish mail Nothing but your signatures franklin Attending and were Executive President Paul chairman board of directors Jack.

usical without regard to the type of merchandise citizen up there Postmaster Slas authorized on cards sent at the SecretaryHoward sonata Branch.BIRMINGHAM. .'
Programs Banta of Fort Myers Directors
thus displayed.Commissioner said today. Babson's Forecast unsealed Third Class rate. I
reportedthat "Part of the Post Office efforts The Postmaster warns against GlUis of Pahokee Fry of BRANCH: E. C.

P Clewiston Cantata Singer the requirements McCarthy for materials to encourage a wider use of ZIP Roger Babson's "Business and careless packing of your precious dewUton and Kline of Pin Island. Ralney, vice president and manager .-

|1 present "Night of Miracles" at and manner of making the coded addresses assures children Financial Forecast for 1964" will Christmas gifts. He says it I'i un- and Selden Sheffield director. I 'I

| rim Methodist Church Sunday connections to the collection that they will receive a messagefrom be published by The Clewiston believable how some people fail Inter PlacesIts NEW ORLEANS BRANCH: M. I
p.t December 15 and again on sewage have been agreed upon Santa Claus If they write to New on December 26th The News to use strong cartons, heavy wrap County L. Shaw vice president ant manager .. I

iesday night, December 11, at and system will be available to all who him by December 15 at 'North baa arranged for this popular feature I ing paper and sturdy cord when and J. O. Emmerich, director \ i

priind Auditorium. Both per- specifically build- Pole 99701: and use their own ZIP to appear in this piper on the packing their precious gifts for and
igees will begin at p.m. are supply firms, plumbers etc. Codes in their return addresses," same date it is released for national mailing. He requests that ;you 75,000th Phone NASHVILLE BRANCH: R. E.. I J

FM Christmas Cantata "Night lag that the material needed Mr. Sins explained.The and state publication.The take special care in packing :Moody, vice president and manager '

wades" was written by John In order in stock when the plant 1 11 enlistment of Mr. ZIP as Forecast has been an "endof breakable gifts-mark the cartons, Inter County Telephone Systemhas 'I
Peterson in 195$, and written on will be Santa Claus' newest helper becamea the year" feaure of this paper 'Fragile-Handle With Care" and placed Its 75,000th telephoneIn

theme of God's aU-urpassing completed.The of T. J. Crawford familiar! fact to children everywhere for several ;years. The 1964 Forecast I be sure to put an extra label carrying operation In the home of Mr. and I
< which ,the author termed request Seminole Restaurant that on Thanksgiving Day when bids fair to be more interestIng the recipient's and your Mr. Ted R. HUzln,. North Fort U.S. Coast Guard

Graculous! Jr.. of meals from him TV network viewers saw the fa- than: usual because It appears name and address inside of every :Myers. In October 1954 the same
*. L. G. Vaughan Jr., Is dt the City purchase In the city millar cartoon in the traditional that 1964 will be a ;year of many package. family received the Inter County's20,0000th Asks CandidatesThe

hog the newly organized! group for feeding referred prisoners to the Mayor and Macy's Christmas parade in New changes.Mr. : The Postmaster also said "By telephone in their homeon

posed of Mr*. Ray Ketchum Jan was for handling York City Postmaster Has pointed : Babson's Forecast will contain giving[ special attention to ;your Bayshore Road. She is a former United State. Coast Guard
Tom Owens Mr. James :Me- Police Chief discussed the out. predictions covering such Important Christmas mailings right now, by telephone company supervisor in Officer Candidate School in York- ,

'in, Mrs. W. E. Davidson Mrs. The Commission of a proposed Santa's reply to the children topics as general business, being sure that ;your mailing list her home town in the North.J. town Virginia 1* currently seek- ,

a? Younkman Mis Dura Un- sanitation problem In presently note to be delivered free of any 1964 elections, tax cut labor. Inflation I are up-to-date and by planningyour N. Johnson president of Inter log application from young men "i

hood, Miss Elsie Aytes, Miss home-building blocks project ma
Peers Ray Ketchum: John undeveloped decided that the of the Postal Service will be market real estate, cost of living. cards and package la groups, grown In the intervening nine years have earned a college: degree and.a t

"Rev. David Denslow L. O. hospital. It was for Installation of a a gaily-decorated card with an appropriate rather than all at one time you'll from 19 exchanges to 29 exchangesand wish U fulfill their military obligations
ikan Sr., and Walter Stewart city will pay to serve reply to please the children be certain that all your Christmas from 20,000 to 75,000 tele- as an officer. '

51.Cheryl Lee is accompanist force main and lift Prodded the developer the local postal bead noted. Shriners Pause greetings and gift packages reach jhoces. Employees have Increased The February 1984 class at York- .

' Awn Walker wm be narrator the development p the other All that is required Is the child's their destinations before Christ In number from 322 to 630. Duringthe town 1* 17 weeks of instruction.:
On Nassau Trip
j" lingers are nondenominai or owners pay required.The note to Santa with regular Jc first mas. past year the company has in- After graduation you receive a
i the free-will offering cost of installation shortened the class postage on the envelope together Ninety-eight Shrlner of Egypt The Postmaseer also said he is stalled an average of 700 telephones reserve commission and serve 3

rea who be used to defray ex- commission crews to 4S with the ZIP-coded: address Temple, Clearwater with their most appreciative of the interest per month. years active duty. Further Information
[!lies for program music and for work week of instructed the city Acting City and return .leased: wives, traveled In two chartered and cooperation shown by the Inter County Telephone System can be obtained by writing

L:'Chase of additional music. hours, and Blair to schedule "W are very to make buses on a slght-seemg trip and mailing public so far, and reminds has approximately 46.000 miles of Coast Guard, Miami 32. Florida.Mr. '1
I' general public 1* cordially Manager Corky five-hour day this service available to the children cruise this week. They made a I everyone that "Do it now" Long Distance circuits lacing together
lied to attend either or both of five full days and one for their big day" the Postmaster luncheon stop at the Clewiston Inn is the slogan from here on in. 29 exchanges, serving 234 : and :Mrs. L. G. Vaughan Sr.,

e Programs Amending Mayor Tom commented. "Actually, we enroute to Miami where they Don't put off your Christmas mailings immunities and 13 counties in of Atlanta are guest for several

.. -- were Fred Sikes In the Post Office have been boarded the SS Yarmouth for a while you lUll have time because South Central and Southwest Flor- day of their son Dr. I.. D. ,

each Jones Commissioners 1 Leon Bembry Santa's biggest helper for many four day cruise to Nassau. this means that dreaded Ida. Vaughan Jr., and family. ;
and !
your Youngsters Dan McCarthy Dickey, Acting yean and I think it it very appropriate The group has arranged for a pileup will oceur-at the Posit Of-

Attorney Carlos Utilities Superintendent that we extend our linesof luncheon stop at the Inn on their aces causing; unavoldatto*tlow-

traffic Manager Blair. and Deputy communication a little at Christmas return trip after the four day stayon downs in deliveries. as the holiday 'Ie
safety J. D. Qulnton "
Webb. for the youngsters. the island. approaches;
Clerk Mrs. Marie

Mrs.mother Mrs. P of Polhill S.Frank PolhUl.1.Improves of PolhN Tallahassee I. Improving Fair Plans Taking Shapecontest I

In Hendr1 confined General with Haepital a- Plans for the 1064 Hendry County and i It working with some Publication of the booklet with 1
FORa where she Polh1ll was Injured O Fa.'r and Livestock Show are new Ideas gleaned from other suggestion for art work on the
broken back. MrI.from a hone during taking shape rapidly, pushed alongby fair. cover, was discussed and a photograph 1I
1D a fall meeting of the directors
ber. a special was made of the directorsfor I
visit The directors discussed letter
'Ib.nt.flvIn' held ;
a chairmen
satisfactoryrigid and committee use in the booklet.
making from Dr. W. F.
While abe 11 Hill director of
the County
Wednesday evening< Attending the meeting were
pro"n. abe II restricted and 11 lubofflce in Cewiston. the County Health Department President R. S. Dunaway, Mrs.

position In the lospni Jar a few who suggested that the Fair official Oscar Walls and Mr. John Chart-
expected to be The meeting, was well attendedand might like to arrange to ton of Fells, James Cunigan,

weeks. the program of events for Fair connect with the sewer line, which North LaBette. Mr. and Mrs. Ken ili ..

TURNING week were arranged starting with will come to a corner of the property Sargen, Fort Denaud Dave PatU- C
CARS NEED A FtJPrrf at the Golf a Grand Opening Parade on Monday rather than build additional eon, Bin Baker R. O. Mattaon. i

Mrs; Malt Stanton approd- February 22nd. sanitation facilities, for which a Mrs. Addle Mcdehee, S. H. Stan, I

Course has tenn pupple.old ...hIch she There will be some innovations in permit was sought Toe director John Corbin, Ernie Miner, Bob

City of ClewistonPolice match twO mODthi away tree tosomeone the beauty. contest at which ''MlaISuI.r did not feel that the sewer will be Adams Frank .Veltre, Oration INITIATED INTO KATNBOW ASSEMBLT -Gale A.End art ..t" '

would like to ll ve them a rood of 1964" will be chosen. Bob available la time to take care of George, Joe Hall and Mrs. Beryl DOM Addtaesi. are the swweat Members el Oewbtee, Assembly it'I
will give
Department who Adams I 1. chairman of the beauty the need for the 196 Fair.. Bowden. ef Order ef Balnbew lot Girls. -yA
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AF Commendation Medal I vide Georgia, at the Military age of College 16, with Milledge-highest Friday Turner, afternoon pastor Hi with Haven Rev.Baptist Vic ments.The routine
Will We? Or Won't We? tJ"811841"
I I honors In his class. He had at-I Church officiating Pattlson Funeral I I conducted by Deputy!: t

""i ended continuously for 15 months Home Is in charge of arrange man Dyess and LesUe Gre1tUq S
Will the Clewiston area have a Cancer Crusade in 1964 in a stepped up wartime scheduleat
I Before you reply, "Of course it will", read on. the preparatory military school -

; Last year our Cancer organization dwindled and dwindled The City of Clewiston bought a

,. and finally expired. Pirsch Fire truck, considered the
) But the American Cancer Society is one of the strongest best made ot that time. The Fire Did know that'
t'' health organizations in this country, and the field in which it Department roster listed L. C. Boa you only an indepeni

works is right at our very doorsteps; Cancer each year reaches enberg, chief; Robert Ralney A.

';, .I Into this community and takes our loved ones from our midst H. Vann E. M. Dull, Bob Hare, ent take of
I R. agent can care all
A. W McCorkle, Ken Swayne,
; ;ri' II without regard to other health conditions, financial conditions, your
lt i 1. t race, religion or conscience. J Blount and W. C. Raine,.

II Last year cancer struck: in every section of our town; In every 1F TEN YEARS AGO insurance needs"THAT'S. .
I it 1 ; neighborhood; this year,-or next-!it may strike In our (From The Clewiston News e

i\j. i home; it may even strike in our own body. December 10, 1953))
I ,
e I I ( Yet-
.. I LAST WEDNESDAY EVENING WHEN THE VOLUNTEER The cattle barn was under constructedat US "
the Fair Grounds, super !
\ i''" ""i l I!' FIELD WORKER DROVE 62 MILES TO CLEWISTON FOR A vision of J. J. Wynn, chairman of

'tf. L, \ MEETING WITH PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE WORK OFt the livestock committee.The .
\ AS CHAIRMAN SHOWED UP. I Women's Club sent a box of

Letters had been mailed to about 35 persons who were in Christmas gifts to the girls at the
; some way connected in past years, or who were leaders thought Florida Industrial School for Girlsat Beardsley Nash

,.{( '1 to be Interested in the work of cancer prevention, and willing I I'i I.T: : % Ocala.
\ 't and able to help. L A very large bank of triple fire

"I WAS EMBARASSED", said Fuller. "THIS CAMPAIGN -- ball poinsettias at the :2-story Insurance AgencyPhone

', ,; APPEALED TO ME AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP PEOPLE building on Industrial Canal (Ed
i CAPTAIN WILLIAM C. NALL JR. (left) of Clewiston. is Note: Since torn down), was attracting
decorated with the United States Air Force Commendation Medal. hundreds of viewers, both Clewiston
Captain Nail was awarded the medal for his meritorious achievement residents and visitors, and was NEW OFFICE HOURS 8 A.M. to 8 PJM.
4 feature of the campaign Is a great part of the work of the Society while serving aa supply officer In the 918th Aircraft Control strikingly beautiful especially when CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS

<; ., and is stressed as much as the necessary fund-raising.! and Warning Squadron at Baldy Hughes Air Station, Prince floodlighted at night

Why? asked Fuller. Why did no one show up? George B. C., Canada. A graduate of Clewiston Rich School Nail The Rainbow girls Initiated Shel-
; Some of us were at other meetings; some of us were watching la the son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nan of 31< E. Circle Drive ba Sullivan, Shirlee Watton, Margaret -

; TV; some of us were lazy; some were indifferent. But what Clewiston. lie earned his B. A. degree from the University of Cato and Beverly Egley. 1J."

,' ever the reason, we felt that someone else should carry the Florida and received his commission upon completion of the Air "
Ott Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program there. Captain Clarence Crawford '
work.Can ,
Nail Is member of Sigma Phi EpiUon. Hit wife Is the former
we continue to let someone else carry the load? The a
Cancer research is making great strides; important findings Betty Smith. The captain presently la assigned .to the 4625th > Takes Own Life G Jwxt
", this Support Squadron aa chief of systems materiel control Makingthe ti :
were announced year. Clarence Crawford, 36, died of ;r.I r.
\ presentation l. Brigadier General Carroll W. McColpIn, ..
But the end is not yet in sight,-and this year Cancer will Portland Air Defense Sector commander.U.S.. apparent self-Inflicted rifle shot I

1 again reach into our community and take someone from us. ( AIR FORCE PHOTO) Tuesday morning about 8:05 at the
I The tragedy of it is that most of these people who are taken Fire Tower on S-32 south of La-

could be cured if their cancer is detected in time . This is Belle. I
over land the loose dust la re mer Fort Lauderdale newspaperman tftCMti
the function of the educational campaign of the American Society vamped. Though experimental now, ). A brother of T. J. Crawford of

.. For this, the Society asked some of us to give up it no doubt will be a common vehicle Dr. R. V. Allison and Miss Clewiston, the deceased had been .
,! an evening and come to a meeting to help get this work underway in the not too distant future. Martha Williamson were married very despondent for several months i I
while suffering from Injuries received
!in our community. -as- December 1, in Kansas City.
when he fell from a tree
But we did not go. We stayed away. The gay lights of Christmas are Harvey Guthrie and Ivan Prevatt "coon" Both ankles
,';, Shall we continue to stay away from the work of the increasing dally and residents are were married November 27 in while reportedly hunting.broken in the fall i
f I American Cancer and make beginning to "get the spirit" even were
r''' Society, no effort to carry on the I LaBelle. and other Injuries which kept him
.,I educational and information crusade of the Society? This though most of us wish it was still Mrs. H. J. B. Scbarnberg had as from resuming his normal duties

I : crusade might save our neighbor's life this year months away. The large tree near guests for the Thanksgiving holidays with the Florida Forestry Service
p 2 ,. :A It might even save our own. I the CofC is real pretty and In Mrs. Leonard Fox and by whom he had been em- iI
..... ,I evening ride about town is most daughter and son of Cuba. The Fox ployed for approximately 6 years

enjoyable. family is living in Miami at pres-- as a forest ranger. I
amply manned so that "nonmember -Sl- ent because of unsettled condition
His wife bad made
i volunteer help" generally is a The basketball, but Coach season Buren is Hal still in Cuba, reported the News of 1933TVENTI' the morning reportedly tower check and returned a.
I (i] Sonny Sez I deficit rather than an asset very young
Residents should and his Tigers have "bested" last YEARS AGO to their house and found
stay WELL behind
siren year's record in the first outing (From The Clewiston News him, with a 22 rifle laying across B
the and allow the
The Tigers next home will December 10, 1943)) his chest He was rushed to Hen-
r Understand that tome of the fire trucks and firemen ample Ume to game new
dry General Hospital, where he
be Tuesday, Dec. 17 with Sebrlng
truck chasers almost ran afoul of get to the scene before going themselves Nel&on'was I BULZ5
e Guy reported unharmed was pronounced dead on arrivalby
This will be one of the! best teams
..'. + Sheriff Earl Dyesi last Friday If they must Clewiston will encounter and residents when his ship was sunkin attending doctors.He :

r 'i night -Sl- urged to plan to attend. thj Mediterranean Sea on is survived by his wife, Margaret drbPm
1 r 1 While the majority of the followers The air cushion boat being tested -Sl- November 6th. This was the first! ; two sons Robert and Rich-

I j are sheer excitement eeekers, herd' by Bell Aerosystemi is quite Charles McClelland, city: "cop", message 'received by his mother, ard; a daughter Patricia, all students -
'S r there are a few who feel that they a gadget You are actually; "float offered $8000 the! other day Mrs. W S. Bowdan: a sore th in Clewiston schools* i
f S might bo of aunt help to the fire tog on air" but for the estimated was sinking : Graveside services will fee conducted m first precious-
to forget an offense to it cost an
This Is false and should $40,0000 cost: should be $ 95
u' y men. they you extra 1100 to the offender . Wm. G. 1'ettiJjraduated from at Ft Denaud CemeteryCHECKERBOARD gold watch
S + tr get hurt physically] they would be floating on air. 9
doesn't to .
some days it just pay
"out of luck." Clewiston has avery It looks like a tornado breezing priced from a
try to save a dollar!!!
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efficient and well trained vol'LIDteer across the lake with water flying precious little set
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fire and when operating
.. department and are everywhere
.: ,. -- The city basketball league being t U
-- organized is to be the "real servicebulletin Dainty designs In genuine karat
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1 Thursday December 12, 1983 :- Section One playing is urged to sign up either Elegant continental-type
by phone to Woody Carruthersor bracelets with safety chains! ,
I be at the gym tonight at 830.: And famous Bulovs shock- .e"t@s@
A 13-game schedule Is presently resistant 17/Jewel movements! 1 'L r
The Clewiston News being planned for 5-team league, It adds up to the most { 'e. l '

competing Thursdays and every magnlOcentwatckcollectien ; ,,,
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Florida, by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation. 5e(hem'today.BIWOIO.
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Mrs. Kenneth Walker present Present Included Mr. and Mri Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Tare I
the devotional program relating to I Woody Carrutheri, Mrs Hilburn I Thursday, December 12, 1983 Section one ]
ii-L : the birth of Christ. Mri. S. H. Murphy, Mrs Robert Welch Mr. I
art Stalls, president, welcomed tho and Mrs. Ralph Cawueau. Mr and tls Fry, Mr. and Mrs Richard and Mrs. Stalls, Mr. and Mrs. :
members and guests who enjoyed I Mrs Joe Bundy :Mr. and Mri. II I Pape, Mr and Mrs. Ken Walker,I Galasslni Mr. and Mrs.: Walter i I
group singing prior to the opening, James Brandon Mr. and Mrs Cur- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearce Mr. Wyse and Mrs. Hammock.. iif r

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Ford has chosen the most rugged testing program cars have ever faced full-scale open competi J
Lion on the rally and racing circuits of the world. This is the dramatic way to show that Fords have
cC7 0 0s changed .and the sure way to be certain they keep on changing Changed? Just look at the record: 1

I Iw' ,::'--n Fad ;paw' Maaufarturer'a Ford undo e* n Now lour.Is for Ford I
G pto..W k.55 CAarmpwo.J l p Adanad Ford The Mobil Economy. lea ipvtlbon I
Ford b tin of NASCARr
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tosCoebxrar nma ."
Acrd prove a lSo ccearwhdml'leader: .:: pg.ed. iO hata wondfM 1963 Maew Drat Indlln'rII.right Fib ssauM Aret ClClueK
to : : : : ==::::= .
::. 83: pecul :one short,.tr. Conn wan leduror'a World laity Cham verdn Isirtme V ( U I m ) '
ford entries wan awry dngu tile _lid Mlnu'tclurtr'' : planshlp fOld'l wllp pear dnlln In a lotus chassis And the l'uff ON Pwrformonanu .
01 500 Kids or Ionl" Trophy II MCA Clean A !Probegan wilen two aptCl.lI IInlslltd wooed.And the rant Trials brought hunts to ice "]
aced seedy twice u man; doctor IIOIIIptUlion by 10 equIPped Fllcon Y.I'ut.rll.d tlmt,In the MIIk""200" bit Fads. which! walked off .
po Inn u any other make, wide I martin 110 other Clrt- the .utomotlvt world In the It ended the sign of the bur with oeerail wins II Cusses
5Wm01 urea an to etAU.S..or '" soar N brutal 2500 mru I Monte Carts =.. "tidy"; ndni car by and II fat ttsl' pe formnre. I .
w meta tad of Inherent dure night A'd': :.;. two major Rally.I OtargpauI Falcon eery foot of Ito way (may, aaientron and ,
bllllyendd.pendlbUIIylntwo Itlll this tall, the l.unl V-s's triumphed In HoIl.nd' from start to Rnidk brlkill&)
other IIIIjor soak car racin tics: and Rlwrekanar,the famed Tulip 11.11", and ran Mawdatbns
Mrs. Hot-tense Vina, director .f the Y.ath JoNeU Hooks. INCA iced MAli row King Cobra duped oil away with lM Mlnu'tetull"
Daniel Beardaleyt second row, ford driven have WIt lilt lop"unlimited" cell'1911I Teem Prllf In the 4000'11I11.
of the Presbyterian Church,
I Choir reads to her Rhoda Beardiley, LOah Beardaiey, Elisabeth up to "1963 ttumpbn pa aU our tie world Twna Canda Rally.Ec .
sinters la preparation for a practice
yonnr sea Bishop Suzanne MePhall, Keith Carter back
Enjoying the beauty of the Christmas
sion. story row, Bonnie Hooks. Jimmy MePhaU. Terry Jacobs
are, left to right, bottom row, Mary Lee WhIte, Chip Fuller and Key Beardsley.
Patricia Christian, Bandy Cockird, Retie Fuller

I Christmas.a time to readChristmas I <

stories are as tradi- children as bedtime and .
approaches. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
uonal as the Star In the East, theChristmas Wherever groups of people gather afternoons, on the second
tree and Santa Claus. In club meetings In class or floor of the Nickell Building. --
Many families have a custom of I for the "Christmas programs" ; --- _
eading aloud In the evening as the stories and books are the background -- -
holidaji approach. for much of the pleasure Witnesses Plan -
The excitement in me air lends given.
nchantment to the stories, and Many books in the Oewkton Public Sebring AssemblyRobert
the:! reading aloud Is a happy solu- I. Library are "Chrlstmai Books."
,oo of how to quiet the quivering All your own favorites! are there, Osborn, presiding minister
and many others. They will make of local congregation of Je-
fine reading for your families or hovah'k Witnesses, has announced! :
Fully Upholstered I youngsters during the holiday seas a 3-day assembly, December 13- i
Ion. 13 at the Sebring Air Terminal for I

Burnt Orange$ Vinyl I The following list has been made the 17 congregations of Florid
Circuit No. S.
for your guidance by Mrs Alice
Ford, librarian Sessions begin December 13 witha .
Chair Non-FIction: All About Christmas model Ministers School, conduct. i.I I i.
Krythe; A Christmas Letter- ed by Sala and will continue I
Komroff.: Christmas Stories-Komloff through Sunday evening. New II
Foam Rubber Cushion Peace on Earth-Kretzman; ministers will be baptized Saturday c.1964 Result
Customs and Holiday Around the afternoon. Highlight of the asembly .. : J i'l'
World-Dobler; Baboushka and the will be a public addres '
Re$* $59.50 Three Kings-Bobbins. given Sunday afternoon by Sala entitled TOTAL PERFORMANCE INSPIRES THE TOUGHEST I'I'I
Bible In
Fiction: Christmas at Mount "The Triumphs a ; k
Only $45.00 Vernon with George and Martha Scientific World." More than a

Washington Miller; Christmas thousand delegates art expected. I SMARTEST CARS FORD EVER BUILT! 1\jI\
Reduced $5.00 Weekly I Stories Van Dyke;The Other Wise ;
Man Van Dyke The Christmas Ruth Circle Enjoys .
Until ; Forda have changed-and that's the real torious racing car-road-boldlnr. braking, '
Sold. That Almost
First'ChrJatmaa-PauU Wasn't-Nash; AmerIca' Coming ChristmasParty" ,reaeon behind Ford's racing lucceasea. We're durability, precision, control resistance mTOTALPrftFOIII!!!!!;{" '.
; now making the longest lasting, beat handling vibration-also make a car safer stronger ToiiawtGil : !
Cittern draperies and traverse of the King-Peale; Beck's Members of the Ruth: Circle: can in our history. The thing we've and smoother for highway cue. :
rods Chrlstmai-Tudor; Erik's Christmas Women's Society of Christian learned from the But l
specially equipped can we prove it to yourself. Take the wheel FORD
Free estimates Camera-Seymour; On Christmas i Service, enjoyed their annual enter in open competition have helped make of any new Ford. Five minutes on the road .'
Eve-Brown; Christmas In the Christmas party and gift exchange ,them that way. will show you the kind of total performance
Van Cothern'sCustom Stable Llndgren; Snowbound Monday night at which their husbands Th.lnherent qualities that make the vic no one else can match. """"* rM.raklaaa.M........
With Betsy-Haywood; Amahl and were guests. The party was
Upholstery the Night Visitors-Menottl; The held In the Social Hall of the Methodist
Phone YU 2-5831 I Wise RoosterPrieta.The Church, with Mrs. Robert HEWDRY COUNTY MOTORS INC
library Is open on Monday, Hammock: and Mrs Don Galasslni ,
'Wednesday and Friday evenings as co-hosts.
Sugarland Highway Clewis ton Fla.
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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. Fla. Mrs. Owens sang "Entreat Me Not delabra. Floral arran ementf In ton Inn, following the rehearsalof dell Jones Dec. 17-PbJ1
". Thursday: ; December 12, 1963 Section One to Leave Thee" and "I Love You wnae and green were used In the the ceremony.; Dec. 15-Louise Christian Van Bolton, Mrs Francis. .
/ Truly. The traditional wedding patio. Guests Included the honorees, Cothern, Jr., Carol Griffin Allen Dec. Mary D. Ball
: marches were used. I Miss Jones, Mr. Watson, Mr. and G. TwMdy.; LaBy.18-Clyde; Carter SEA
Yii( Presbyterian Church CeremonyUnits The bride given in marriage by; Assisting In serving the three- Mrs R. Wendell Jones, Mr. and Dec. IS Betty Hill Wilmer Dee 19-Tubby Mary Eleanor Miltoa, I
tiered wedding cake and punch Mrs Leigh ShIrley Miss Blanche Hayes, Jo Hogan Beardslej. I Owena,Mrt
I I .j her father, wore a wedding gown were Mrs H. T. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. ,I dreg Yeses. Sue Corbin I Y(
of wh.te satin and lace The bodice Pence, Miss Lynn Vaughn Mr. and -- -
Miss Jones Mr. Watson was fashioned with a scalloped Leigh Shirley Miss Judy Eno ol I Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Jr. Harry; III, -
neckline and deep yoke with lace Stuart Mrs. H. T Vaughn, Sr. I. and Mike Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs j I II
Mrs '
Ruth B. Owens, Mrs Charles
Miss Ava Cecile Jones, daughter banked with palms; cathedral candelabra cppllque; the long tapered sleeve B. Owens, Mrs Campbell E. Nail, Leigh Shirley, Christ and Leigh Ann\1 I
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones became held burning white taper were also appliqued with the lace and Mif. Miss Shirley, Mrs. Christine Dc/ty/ Wll-
George H. Coleman.
the bride of Karl Hamilton I and white floral bouquets in the and embroidered with seed pearls Sandra Swayne at the lard Doty, Mrs Thomas B. Owens,
Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,background, and shed a soft light Insets of lace applique and seed bride's book. presided Rev and Mrs. Henry; H. Ford Mr.
II Watson of Pahokee, In a double 'on the setting at the altar where pearl embroidery; adorned the long and Mrs. Campbell Nail Kenneth
I ring ceremony, performed in the tall palms and baskets\ of flowers sweeping skirt which ended in i a Before leaving on a short wedding Jones, Miss Shirley Eno, Mr. and
L Clewlston Community Presbyterian were placed, and where the youn train beneath a bustle formed of trip the bride changed to a Mrs J. B. Clark and daughter,
I i' Church at three o'clock Sunday; couple exchanged vows and rings. satin bows and Insets of lace and white mohair suit, with eggshell accessories Brinda, Mrs T. L. Moore, Mrs. R. M
," afternoon. The Rev. Henry; Horrell Mrs. Christine Doty, organist' pearl embroidery. Her pearl crown and wore the white orchid G. Riggs, Mr and Mrs. Paul Watson -
t, lord officiated. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens, vocals held a fingertip veil of imported from her Wedding bouquet. and Mr. and Mrs H. C. Jones. 1
,! The chancel of the church was presented the wedding music.THRIFTY'S Illusion. The bride carried a cascade .I The couple will reside\ at 282V4
f, _
.. bouquet centered with a Barfield Highway in Pahokee. I
I white orchid. Out of town guests at the Birthdays
: J k." Miss Lyn Vaughn maid of honor, Included Mr. and Mrs J. 4
Weddln'l Dec. 12-Al Fuller, Rev. James
was gowned in cranberry satin; the and daughter Brinda, of
::1'' : sleeveless bodice had a high scoop Ga. M s. T. L. Moore and Manning, Mrs. Earline Cook.
; Dec. 13-Hortense Vann, Ronnie
: : neckline which dropped in the backto G. Rljgs. of Register: Ga, Mrs. Albert .
Summers, Carl Anderson, Rose-
a Hot bow with streamers; the F. Eno of Stuart, Mr. and
l Martinez, David A. Twlddy,
It'' jell-shaped skirt was street length Mrs. Blitz Wegman of Fort Myers mary
She wore a satin pillbox hat trimmed Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Burchard, Mrs Richard Degler, Vera Gun-
: "1,1 i: Roast Young Tender Tom Turkey with seed embroidery; and a LaBelle, Mrs Claude L. Shirley, ter, Phil 14-J.Francis, Jr.Howell, Wen.JOOOOOOooooooooooooottt- IN TIGHTLY SEALED BAGS
Dec Floyd
short matching veil. Her flower Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stanley, Mr.
\ '('Ip, were pink Sensation roses In a and Mrs. David Cunningham, Harry Of H 0 DO 0 U 0 CO 0 0 DO 00 00 00 00 UH 0 00 0 0 U U II. .HAd.. ....
: I, '' with Southern Dressing Giblet Gravy cascade bouquet. The bridesmaids, ; Cunningham! Mr and Mrs. JohnT. -
: I I" ilrs. R. Wendell Jones, sister of Pickett, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. JohnT.
i i. ,, 'q ((1 Cranberry Sauce, :Mashed Potatoes the bride and Miss Blanche Penceof Pickett, Jr., Johnny Pickett
'"' I Stuart, were dressed in pink Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ehnstrom,
'.J ;1" Garden Peas, Hot Dinner Rolls satin gowns and hats, in the sam Mrs. W. B. Nix, Mrs. Louis Davis,
design as the honor attendants Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson,
; They; carried cascade bouquets of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley; Ron
H Red delight roses. WcAualby; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ter
:,,;: 58* 2 for 98Ctt The tower girl was Leigh Ann Haar Mr and Mrs. Leigh Shirley
.<',\t. ShIrley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Bob White, Pabokee.
; ;' :; Leigh Shirley; of Pahokee. She wore
: t.t a miniature copy; in pink satin ofthe
,'1 ," dresses of the other attendants Dinner Party
Her headpiece was fashioned of
,,, MI' Sweetheart roses. Follow Rehearsal YU 2-2191
'.,,, ;, Ring bearer was Harry VaughnIII
;r 'I Breakfast Special and train bearers were Michae Parents of the young couple honored 104 Bond Street House of BeautyPARKINSON'S
Miss Cecile Jones and Karl
Vaughn and Chris Shirley.;
? One egg, grits, toast, coffee Best man was the groom's father Watson. on the eve of their wedding Clewiston
with a dinner party; at the dewis-
Paul H. Watson, and ushers
Leigh ShIrley of Pahokee. and _._._,_ ,,,.,_ _._ _._,_,_._._.
I' were : '!' ''''"'-" "" "" ''''' '''''' '' '' ''''''' -''/ .
i ;, 290 Kenneth Jones, brother of the II(6 Ii
bride. r
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t r ride's parents entertained with a
; ; Watch our fountain specials. reception at the Clewiston Inn. Mrs.Jones I HAS.
chose a dress of dusty rose
aDd wore a pink cymbidium orchid 0 0
I corsage. Mrs. Watson wore
; turquoIse with a white orchid cor- .
: Thrifty
age.The bride's table was overlaId I itts
g fash! lledi'
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Build that LAST
To Fences
Observed By the Larsens 'fWk
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Mr. and Mrs
= Otto
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honored with a cocktail part were and and that means I
dinner at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday .
fflili! evening December 4th. on the
occasion of their 25th PostsWe
nlvernr,.. Joint gift from wedding friends an- Creosoted Fence
Fri, Dec. 13 at tha party was sterling silver tI
SHOW 11:30: P.M. tableware.In I ( have Pressure and Non-Pressure Creosoted Posts)
LATE dining
75c roam at the Inn
lions at the honor table. A silver UNIFORM SIZE S BUG AND ROT RESISTANT
Vincent.Pace, to Dec.Trio 13::f -T error bowl bed: a tall arrangement of'' ALSO AVAILA11U3Barn [
fri. pastel carnations and other blosI Poles; Piling; Lumber; Structural Timbers
DQUBLEFEATURE soms. Also notable was an arrangement Lowest prices on American and Foreign Wire
With JERRY LEWIS of 25 red roses, gift of with for Wholesale Prices
Mr. Larsen to his wife. Check us
I The guest list at the party Included !
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. FLORIDA FENCE POST CO., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr and .
Mrs. %m. C. Boswell, Mr. and I P, O. Box RE 5-1381 P. O. Box 33 FLORIDA 3-3171
Sun. Mon. Tues.. Mrs Dave G. CUck Palm Beach ONA FLORIDA 33865 WAUCHULA. 33873IEOW.J
Dec. 15 18 17 Mrs Lavon Crawford, West Palm I (
THE MUSIC MAN" Beach Emmctt! Shelly, Miami, Mr I
and Mrs. Erasmus Doe Hollywood
I sing ,.....:.,_' .
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Its Page Five
ment. H'I NEWS

12, 1963 at LaBelle
>'lor officiated. for Western Wear
1.- ,. was organist Headquarters
efti ; formal afternoon From BOOTS to SADDLES you'll find ALLof
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/ 1' 1 Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla Francis Sr. Wins 060 pins; Okeelanta Sugar, 20 Cagers Play Sebring san Butchart, Valerie Cfrofut. Frank Mrs.
Thursday, December 12, 1063 Section OneMen's points 26,704 plus. Hunt Bruce McConvllle, Tommy Charlie 1'01 had
High team WOWY, 2333. Here Next TuesdayThe guests forDid two da1. II I
Gymkhana Event e I Mann Tony Midler, Karen Morgan bl'9ther.1u-Iaw recenu
f High team game-WOWY, 817. I Tigers will play their last Gary Redish, David Taylor son. R. :M. 1'01 I
I City-League Flag FootballBy Driving his son's 1963 MG-B. High Ind. Set-Buddy Little, 347 home game before Christmas with Buddy Thompson, Dianne Williams Larry 01 Jacksonvl j 'lld
,( 1 High Ind. Game-Gardy the powerful Sebring Blue Streaks Linda ---
Basketball Planned Phil Francis, Sr. won the Glades Reynolds Anita Car I === _
: I w.ter"I next Tuesday night fin Carol -
WOODY CARR UTIIERSClniston' Sport Car Association December 205.Men Davidson Carlette Thom
4 I There will be a meeting at the Gymkhana. Francis completed the over 500-Younger Creech, Sebring has always been among as. You
high school gym tonight, Thursday Junior All-Stan captured five events in the total time of 178.5 Frostle 529; Jim Brandon, WOWY the top teams ic the Ridge Conference .I' 10th Grade-Billy Baird Jimmy Know?
the District Five Florid seconds. In second place with his 508; Hank Andreis, USSC Clewls and will provide local fans
I' December 12, at 8:30: p.m. for Crockard Marlon Crofut, Freeman You
Recreation Association Flag Football ton, 314; Buddie Little V&W with idea how the Tigers can
everyone interested in playing in Austin Healy was Jeff Nash witha a good Hodges, Michael Jordan Jan Wilson getBar8
Championship by defeating
seconds. Third Farm, 547. will fare during their first year in
the Men's Basketball League which time of Kenneth Young, Kay Lowe,
West Palm Beach in the final
the Clewlston place went to Bonnie Lee In his Men over 200-Hank Andreis. the Conference.
is being organized by Jane Miller. to
Recreation Department. round by a score of 1912. The Austin Healey 3000 whose time was 201; Gardy Waters, 205. The "B" game win start at (::30 GO!
tournament was held Saturday 11th Grade-Jimmy Bible,
I Harold
194.0 seconds. According to the and the varsity about 8:00: p.m.
!' morning, December 7, on the field Jones, Elaine McConvllle
There are live teams at present gymkhana committee the outstanc Season tickets are still on sale
j with Carbine Farm and behind the elementary school. leg performance was made by John Ladies Of Lake and offer basketball fans considerable Perry, Ricky Sexton,Joanne Wood,
Ranch Supply, Parkinson's, Sheehan of Belle Glade who drove savings for all home ,ames. Sandra Brasher Elizabeth Rogers
i Radio WOWY Thrifty Drugs Sedan withoutthe Team Won Lost Those Interested should contact the Judy Watson. A
his little: Flat 600
i and Glades Gus sponsoring. IIIfi\\ use of first gear to a close Old South ...._...___... 30% 21% high school Coach Buren Hall or 12th Grade-Phyllis Crouch Bonnie -
fourth place. John's total time was U. S. Sugar Corp. .._.. 30 22 any basketball player. Knowles, Cheryl Lee Mike
f A minimum! age of 19 has been 197.5 seconds.Again Sport Shop _......:.._. 29 23 Mazzina Tommy Moore Sandra
set with no more than two players Clew'stun played Vero Beach In Baldree's ..____.. 27% 24% Pace, Glenlce Raulerson, Barbara Phone YU
I between the ages of 19 and 21 on the semi-final round and came out working from the passenger Wilson Lumber 24 28 Frosty Frolics Rlgby; Beverly Preston. 2.9322
a team. ahead by a margin of 26-13 on seat of the MG-B driven by her Hare Lumber ___. 24 28 The First Annual Frosty Frolics I
f Starting date for the league will some fine playing by quarterback husband Betty Ann Francis won Parkinson's ...-_._... 22% 29% Dance will be held at the.Youth.>
I be December 30 and games will be Allen Carlton and halfback Mickey the navigator events for the second Canebrake ..._. 21% 30% Center on Saturday, December -
I I played every Thursday and every I Williams. Carlton ran one touch time In a row scoring a total IU Series Scratch at 8:00: p.m., with the Star
other Monday for a total of 13 down passed for three TD's, two time of 91.0 seconds Second place Winnie Plank ...__ __ 494 era furnishing the music. 11'1 8 Oft 844-1J5J
regular season games. to Williams and one to Billy Edens went to Susan Weaver, who open Charlslo Wilson _. 463 Dress will be semiformal
All games will be played at the and scored two extra points in ated out of the same car with Phil Thain Richardson ......._..._ 417' donations will be accepted to provide R.'I 8-_
I gymnatorlum and will start at 8:15: leading his team to victory.In Francis Jr. driving. Susan's time IU Series Hdcp. tho band. $1.00 couple 75c .
or 9:13.: the finals against West Palm was 95.5 seconds. In third place Winnie Plank ___ 614 stag.
Anyone who can't attend and Beach it was William Navarro and was Janeen LaFon who scored Carolyn Booth _..........-.......-._ 518 '
would like to play please call the Allen Carlton who provided the 110 seconds from Ronnie Lee's Austin Betty Carlton _. ????-,-,,-- 569 Clewiston High School W. Knight
Youth Center at 32171. punch to prove Clewlston Flag Healey 3000. high Game Scratch
I Football] Champions. Navarro grabbed Thalne Richardson _..._ 194 Honor Roll Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
Those attending the meeting tonight three tosses from Carlton and The next G. S. C. A. meeting wWi Carolyn Booth-C isrhle Wilson 179! SECOND SIXWEEKS-1M344
j are urged to bring their raced to paydlrt for three TB'.. i be held on Tuesday, December IT. Winnie Plank --- 170 Inner Circle (fat least 5 A's, 1 B Fhurmond Knight Realty. Inc orricii
tennis shoes for a practice session the last which was in the closing at 8:00: p.m. The next event, a HI OancA.Hdcp. allowed). B.. SIMM. Rh1.... Brack 2010 Arena
following the organizational meet- minutes of the game, to put the rally, will be run on January 12. Carolyn Booth -, 239! 7th Grade-Jim Brandon.8th Writ Film Bata Florida Bhiera E i
Ing. tame on ice. West Palm Beach 1964. Thalne Richardson _.??....mmrtt. .. 234 Grade-Steve Bell, Ricky 8eoQ !
threatened in the last five minutes Betty Carlton ._.___ 220 Miller, Eugene HiDe, Patrick Kelly
but the Clewlston defense held themon LaQulta Mazzlna, Randy Cock- --
Junior BoysBasketball Clewiston's own 10 yard line
and later went on to score for the CountrClub 1 HAPPy M rill.9th Grade David Beardsley,
,I Planned Insurance touchdown. Potahnick-Badgett team lengthened -I Carolyn Cox Mary Lee, David McCarthy ATTENTION!

I The Midget All-Stars were very I their lead by two more gamest Kay Owens Denna Wood.
There will be a meeting of all
{J boys interested In playing In the I disappointed In the way they had by t winning; 3 out of 4 points while 10th Grade-Rudy Barton, Bill Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
Lawrence, Dan McCarthy.
to win the Championship. Boynton
j Clewlston Jr. Boys Basketball Theresa Stanton the JAW Root Beer in
Beach failed to field team which 11th Grade-Janice Carlln.
I a place only won in. todluuuu
League at Youth Center TuesdayIi' onep LOOK TO THE FUTURE
the only competition Ruth 12th Grade-Chris Kelly. AND
afternoon at 3:00 Dec. 17th. was to provide McCarthy won first prizeIn place only won one point.
: p.m.
i for the Midgets. The only decent the point tournament last ladles' Team Standings Outer Circle tat( least 5 B'.. 1 C WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
Boys 9 through 12 years old are thing they could have done lay with second prize going to Potash-Badgett 32 20 allowed).
eligible. Division of players will was to at least call or get In touch Jlah Florentine.In A&: W Root Beer .._...__ 27 25 7th Grade-Barnie Bryan Chip
r be made at that time and practice some way so as to ease the painof the 18-hole Round Robin tourney Blades Restaurant __ 24 28 Fuller Donna Addison Ellis Clark, A Low Cost Farm Morttare
I. time and dates set All boys that sixteen small hearts who were won by Polly McLendon, the Dan's Dragline Service .. 21 31 3egg Hooks, Barbara Royal Earle FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
played last year must attend the so anxiously waiting to show their low gross went to Bonnie Durrence. HI Hdcp Series Edwards Judy Brantley Evelyn Will Parish Cash TeRefinance .
i Tuesday meeting. .kills.tf Lilah Florentine was low with 38 Helen Elate _...__ 587 rlornsby, Linda Sparks Stefanie debts.
In the Ringer Tornament through Bebe Watkins _.__ 546Inez Willis, Mary Phillips 0 Finance wind farm Improvements, aew ttdldinn. MnM.
November The most improve Llneberger _.........._H,.._ Ml 8th Grade-Karen Holland, Martha Assist. la purchase and of Install a farm Irrlgatloa.,
0 player was Dot Vettori. HI Hdcp Game Prater Gayle Roland Cesar Purchase more land grove er rack.
Tomorrow the ladles will play In Inez Lineberger __(.M..._...MM 220 Martinez, Gloria Clavijo, Nancy Provide capital funds for *
SPECIALDouble the foursomes with teams of two. Helen Klste __.._..._ 212 Torbin, Joe Lee Danny Moss, ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN"I"
I Score of the low handicap player Julia Swindle .____ 211 Bobby Redlsh Deborah Comrle DAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
4 will count on odd numbered holes Hi Scratch Series Joy Crawford, Mary Gober, Donna 1. Lower payments.
: ; "A" Roofing & Paint Co. and me high handicapper on even Helen Klste -_ -_-H 503 rlorrlson, Esther Quesada, Steve .. Longer terms (up U 10 yean).
\.;' I loles. Bebe Watkins _._._- 462 Sexton. Barbara Waters, Sheila I. Dependable service (serving agrlcultare nduM
Specializing in Pressure Cleaning and Painting The annual meting of the Clewls- Frances Carlln ,. 448 Carlton. .. Fall since 1'17).
r Let clean and ton Country Club will take place HI Scratch Game 9th Grade Lynwood Bishop, SoGlades .. Lena prepayment service local privileges without pmaKy.edtore .
< home for the J
us beautify people ftmmtp .
: your with M
"k, .' Sunday evening December 15th. A Frances Carlln _____?__ 188 sg*
).1 Yuletide Season Four-Ban Tournament with teams Helen Klste __...___ 184 If we can be of service U yea please write or phm
of> two women and two men will nez Llneberger ..-.,__ 174 Roofing Co. W. R. MAY, Mgr er' DOYLE: E.
( Walls Awnings Patios, etc. 2c sq. ft. be played in the afternoon with a AH Type ef Beof and ABBOTT, Aut Up.
i dinner In the evening catered by Sheet Metal Work Federal
Roof Cleaning 3c sq. ft. the Glades Restaurant. PIZZA :New Repair CenitraetlM Job er Bank Associationof

I Roof Repairs) New Roofs Bowling News Sugarland. A'...**PharmacyYU Phone 27111Day BradentonPRONE

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r i For Free Estimate 2-3311 r P. O. Box 1243CLEWISTON
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30,833 pins; Frostle, 30 points, 30- I AI"" VJ .,. ..-..
593 pins; W. T. Grant 29 points, .
; Double A" Roofing & Paint Co. 29,100 pins; WOWY, 27 points 29- ; FOR SALE
890 pins; U. S. Sugar, Bryant, 26
JG08 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston] points 29,222 pins; Vandergrift & IINIMlY
; Williams, 22 points 23,774 pins; .(Concrete block stucco home, >
Belle Glade Herald 22 points, 26- ;
two bedrooms (one very large) all tile bath 1 tN.MlJONIWAl

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(!) L'I'fSj[ Christmas Bonus Clewliton: Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS ,Page Seven J "

: S1IIFIIEI IIDY 1IDJSi 1 Kiwanis ClubContributes Thursday, December. 12-, illS Election One :;;' !

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YUkon 3-1201 For City Workers ,
PHONE Board Requests H. R. Parfltt, district engineer re "

.: ;TIED RATES: Four cents SUP COVERS and drapes Cus Looking forward to the Christmas cently. I

word per insertion. Insertions I-I tom made Complete line of SchoolDirectors season the City Commission Temporary Permit
per four To The board considered .
charge; a suggestion ,
pUID II drapery and slip authorized the payment of a 110
the price of three. cover fabrics. For Denaud Bridge from State Road I
for Department
Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831 of the Clewiston Kiwanis bonus to all members of the Fire t' '.
rersons whose names appear I SALE-3 h.p. Evlnntdo Fish. Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand Club voted last week to donate Department and to City employees Hendry county commissioners District Engineer H. M. Johnson :
that wooden used Instead ,
decking be
II Ibe e";:!r'Med ads maT pick I terman.Weedle$60.phoneTOtfc Upholstery. tfc J250.00 to the Agricultural whose service Is less than six adopted resolutions requesting application -
of steel but decided In favor
,tw, panics to the Dixie Cry. I -- Cart ---- Department of Clewlston High months' duration, and $25 bonus to for a temporary permitto of steel. i-I .; "J
jtjj Theatre eompUments .tH FOR SALE-Ready to RSss; Anderson School for the purchase of hand all employees with six months or Install the controversial 80-foot ,,0.:

,( New and Theatre. Passes ed Citrus trees. Contact 10. LADES MERCANTILE COM tools, which will be purchased: from more service Social Security deductions horizontal clearance bridge at Fort The commissioners Instructed I.,.

post be called for before Wed- Tomlinson Box 72, Ona J. M.! PANY authorized Singer Sewing Fry Hardware accost will be made from the Denaud to be removed "on or be Clerk Dorothy Clark to write Holland ;r :"-1', '

.-.,. Florida Machine dealer's agent will service An additional $250.00 was donatedto bonus checks fore" such time as only three other Bros. Paving Company that i'",tV\!:!
--- -- Dec.26pFOR sewing machines in dewUton area the high school band for purchase The Commission also authorized structures remain on the Okee- the work they performed pavingthe j J!

SALE-1956 Houaetraller.'240' every Saturday Phone WY 6-5659. of instruments for students payment of the cost of a turkey chobee Waterway with less than Blumberg Grade In November "fj[ :

tong, also 2 cash registers, one Belle Glade. tic who cannot afford to purchase their dinner for the members of the 80 foot horizontal clearance This was already In an unsatisfactorycondition '\\I\t'\; ; "i,

REAL ISTATE Remington typewriter. YU Mai. : "& own. The new Instruments will School Safety Patrol which assists action follows closely recommendations and asking for Immediate '. ",
BLUM & SONS PLASTERING the city police department in of the State Conservation '. '
_. Dec 19c Very enlarge the elementary band. adjustment ;;,
FOR Boat Work The guiding board also voted f to handling much of the traffic problems Board, which met with favor at the The work of Juvenile Court Coun- ,

EAR SALE-Two bedroom home tri.SALE-61! door Buick Elec- We Save You Money hold the holiday meetings which near the school public hearing conducted by Col. (Continued on Page Eight)
Pasadena. Contact owner hilly equipped. One Pestering, Simulated Stone
W. owner The scheduled December 23rd
fall Christmas and New Year'son
phra'e YU .1391. Jan2c Ph 2.3171 after 3 p.m. Dec. 12c Stucco Free Estimate on which will meeting was cancelled because of
w Licensed and Tuesday preceding
DEMAND GREATER THAN FOR SALE-orlando ClIpper, 28 hp 25 Years In Business be December 24 and December SI. the Christmas holidays Harlem News ..

EVER for houses, acreage bual.jytyour Johnson motor with electric 3850 Lora Street I

customers walt starter. Complete with trailer Like Fort Myers Fla. tfc

IDI. property with 111.J. new, lea. than 20 hours operation. ED Mm or OX 6-287& Daughtery Is Lions Tree Sale Events and News Of Our Colored Community i!
*80. Mrs
E. Besrdslej. Ph. YU 2-7SOL Percy Roland. 4tc I' '

tfc Carlos Dickey Killed At Bonita MRS. JANE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor : I' ,,

FOR SALE-Three bedroom Block (Hisdellade&iislllantedWANTEDCashlers. Theodore Lionel Daughtrey, 48, Starts MondayLions Phone YU I'' ,
Veneer home. Corner lot 703 FOR SALE-Slred: Champion Trick, of Bonita Springs was killed by a ,, t I I "

geed Street Mrs. Wade Wilson. six puppies ARC Silver Blue hit and run driver on the highway members will have Christmas HARLEM ACADEMY BASKETBALL 3.2; Lois Henry, 3.2; Shears* Week.'j

Jan2cA. miniature Poodles $95.00. Call TU female Apply : near the Bonita Springs dog track. trees for sale, starting next SCHEDULE-1963-44 Icy, 3.2; Gwendolyn Patrick 3.0. : +

7-8180 HIaleah or write 2890 Palm In person at Thrifty Drug See There are no known witnesses to Monday, on the lot between Lake Fort Myers December I 9, 1963; +I' "

C. Ellison Avenue. Will be In Clewlston on Gary Scott. Decl9cT"R the accident and no trace has yet Appliance and the Granere BuildIng Pahokee, January S, 1964; Okee- P. T. A. MEETING "I

REAL ESTATE Sunday Jacob W. Unden. Decl2c ? Beagle- --- I been found of the vehicle or driver. on Sugarland Highway chobee Boys' School, January 6, The P. T. A. meeting has been 'J I;;

SORTHSIDE borne or Investment FOR SALE-Portable Elgin! Sewing Daughtrey was apparently struckin The club will bring a truckloadof 1964:: Lillian Brown.n. January- -- ---. -IT.-. changed due to the Christmas ,,; ,

considerably machine the back of his head, while lying personally selected trees from 1964.Carver holidays It will be held next .r.
lIDmartet. Zig
properly priced -Zag with all at. Public Notice '"
Ller tachments.: Like new, 150.00. One or crawling on the highway, according the wholesale market In Miami High-January. 20. 1884- Monday night at 8 o'clock in the :

INORTHSIDE S bedroom frame. used fuel oil heater with 50 gallon to Chief Deputy Howard next Sunday, and will offer local Homecoming Game.Moore Library at Harlem Academy A ,".
Immaculate. fuel oil drum and fixtures LEGAL NOTICH TO BIDDERS Greer who Investigated the accident residents their choice of some of Haven January 22, 1964; basket of groceries win be awarded 'I
furnished. 1500. Sealed proposals for the construc said the finest Smith-Brown High January 24, at the e
He the body was shipped Christmas trees meeting.
2 bedroom I Call YL tlon or apparently ''
frame 2-4901. Mrs. the
NoaTHSIDE Clyde W. lies Addition to LaBelle 1964 Brown 1
Douglas February
School thrown beneath the vehicle. In South Florida. ; High All members and friends .
19,000..CREAGE. Stephens, 427 W Crescent tic Hendry Count,. Florida, will ar.url'ed
available be recalled by the Hendrjr County He was dead when found soon Lions Club funds go Into their 10. 1964; Stuart Training to attend.
as ALL MAKES Board of Publlo Instruction, LaEtoll, After the accident Sight I Conservation School February, 198C; Bethune :,..
ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 21" USED TV SETS Florida, on or before 1:00: p.m., B.8.T programs, -
bath frame home. Hardwood Guaranteed. $19.95 down. $14.04 January .t, 1114, at which tin and Lionel Daughtrey was born at which provides help for'local: persons High February 1*. 1964; Westward CONFERENCE NOTES '1
per month. LAKE APPLIANCE and place read.they will b. publicly opened Fort Ogden and lived in Moore and supports the fine program Junior High School, open date; The Seventy Third Session of the

floors.FHA HOMES In Broward, Palm CO., YU 27151. tic Copies of the Proposal, Contract Haven during his boyhood. He attended of the Florida Lions Cube Belle Glade, open date. South Florida Annual Conference ,
Documents, Drawings and Specifica the Moore Haven High of the Eleventh Episcopal
Beach and Dade counties varllout !- District .
FOR SALE-1963 tions lie .
Motorcycle, Du- may obtained by ellsMble {;
School. He was the of Mrs. was held at the Greater
son Bethel
ilzes and prices. Small cashfcjjment General Contractors from JAMBS HONOR BOLL A. :
eat low
mileage, very good M. HARTLEY, ARCHITECT roe I Edith Daughtrey and brother ofI Realtor JoinsNational Second Six Witeks December ft M. E. Church Miami Fla., Dec. ,,:
condition $25000. Don Yoder, Ph. Harrison 8U. I Florida\ Y1'il"
Hollywood ,
Efficiencies and I John W and Miss Marjorie Daugh- 3rd through 8th, 1963. The
IFOR RENT YU 2-5271. or the office of the Superintendent Group Second Grade-Mr.. T. J. Sand Rt Rev. .;
buses as available.Over DecMp of Public Instruction, Courthouse, I trey of Clewlston and had spent ers and Mrs. D. WMS. Hill, Instructors William F. Ball. cresJdlnc lvl.iuee! ,
LaBell. Florida. A deposit of 150.00 several days at Thanksgiving visiting Frank Denmead, Clew lton Realtor Rev. S. A. ,Cousins ; :
lots select
1,000 vacant to FOR SALE-S'xSO' MariettT Trail- I. required for each first set of has just been f : Samuel Askew, 3.7; Margie host pastor :;]
(from for all Various Drawlncs and them. accepted as a Rev. F. A. Allen, host '
purposes. er. Excellent condition. Call YU Specification Issued member Mcdaln. 3.8; Sellers Littles. 3.8; presiding ;
to each O.neral Contractor. Addl. Funeral services conducted of the National Instituteof elder, Rev.
riles. Terms.INVESTMENT 3-2481. tic : were Lenora R. Weekley 3.8 James Leroy Holmes and a ,
tional sets be obtained ;
may Firm
by pay- and Land
[ AND INCOME Ins' reproduction coat which cost i PROPERTY. FOR SALE-2000 watt portable will not be returned. The full afternjon. president, Jack Justice, announced 3.7 Deletha A. A. M. E. Clewbton attended. Both
; Rhodes, 3.7 KarenD.
amount of the depoalt will b* refunded today in Chicago ;
bo MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent electric plant Brand new. Cost to all bidder* provided all Members Sanders, 3.7; Patricia D. Stubbs, choirs of our local: church were presented .\
CBS construction: $23,000. 1336. Sell for $250. Phone YU 2-7257. document. are returned to the Arch. drad must adhere to high on the
par cut (toe%) of the Con' 3.7i Sylvia A. Hill, 30; James S. program Sunday aft* I
LONG TERM low Interest, farm. Dec. 12c itect In food condition within It tract Price.Propo.al' ethical standards set up by the emoon. Appointments for
day. after the Bid OpeningSub- Western, 3.5; Guan D. Rogers, 3.3. ,
forms must properly Board of Governors '"
cane, grave and ranch montages ,- eontractor. may obtain document. filed out and must not :: detached regarding integrity Third Grade-Miss V. Miami District were as follows: '
minimum 850.000. SLALOM SKI for sale at a bargain. by paying reproduction coat, which from Specifications. No quallf/ i and experience in the field Randolphand Presiding: Elder Rev. J. I
LISTINGS NEEDED Brand new "Bob White" tourneymodeL cent will not b. refunded Documents las Utter or statements will b.cl.ldored. of buying, selling, managing, appraising Mrs. M. R. McCray Instructors Blake j'j'I I I
be free ; Sailers Chapel Rev. H.
may examined of : Patrick Coleman. ..0; EmllitJohn"n. J. I
Stalls 3-1201 3-1421.
J. M. LANKFORD Sonny or chart at the Architect' office. or developing agricultural
Rev. H. :
4 0 Barbara M.
I.,. Real Estate Broker its Efcch propoial must b* accompanied A BID submitted for a period of property for others. As a safeguard ; Sykes, 4.0; Sarmon New .
530 East Sugarland by a Certified Check. Ca.hler-* thirty taO day after the date let to the general public each Judith G. Hilton 3.1; Jeanetts Kea ; Bethel Clewlston .\ ;
Highway FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, Check. or Bid Bond executed by the I fcr the upenln of Curia bids. ton, 3.0; Cynthia Lee 3.0; Anne L. Rev. L. Holmes; Okeechobee Rev. ".a,
Tire Auto and General member Is subject to the
Bidder and Surety Company licensed THE OWNER RESERVES THE standards H. Hooks
Moore Haven
Insurance printed wtlh form for social: security to do buslnei In Florida, In a ..um"onOol' RIGHT to reject any and/or all and discipline of the Institute. Tarver 3.0; Theodora. Mack ; Rev. ,
withholding and other de (6) of the bids and to.' valve Informalities 3.6; Marilyn J. Scott, 3.6; Evelyn Dusty Anderson; South Bay Rev. ';
wlstnll, Fla. Ph. YU 22181FOR : : the af.ll.T Bond therein, The Institute is a part of the National C. Henry Indlantown .
ductions. Box of 500. Clewlston ; Rev J.
Clark. 3.9 Isabella
; Tarver 3.5
la required as jt cuuants that lethe By J. R. BPRATT. Chairman Association of Real Estate ;
SALE: George's Hotel. 20 News OTBce. Bid I* accepted, a Contract will Board oiTubllo. i lnatructioe. ., Boards and Its [Marsha Sasser, 3.5f Johnny L. Peterson; Pahokee Rev. T. Stoo.'r
be entered Into and the performanceof Handry County, Florida, membership Is comprised om; Bryant, Rev.
1 rooms furnished. A bargain. YU FOR SALE Parrskeets. $2.00 It properly soured The .uce.... ATTEST of over 2,000 Realtors located Gray 3.0; Jerry Sullivan 3.0. George Curry; '
t-tSL Box 1253, Clewlston. storelanIc up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds rat bidder will b* required to execute J. Homer Blbl.iit.perletendent. all over the United Statesand Fourth Grade-Mrs. B. S. Hobo Pelican Lake, Rev. Leroy Wash
a Performance Bond eoverln*' and Secretaryto and Mrs. W. L. Davis Ington. ;
p. monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet and Including' all labor and material I the Board of Publlo Instruction Canada. Instructor.: \ry
b Florida. lister TV w.xslnan ii' .'A .
Wild The Performance Bond shall Henory County ,
boarding. Thompson
L __ I written In the amount of ana nun. CN 401-NOT. IS, Deo. 1. 11. U" iiQ.crl bI;;, 3.1-; Audrey WUllams CHURCH NEWS .: ",'
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- ..
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FOR lEse_ .. uc. { ..............................................) Sugar Swings Play 3.3; James Hart 3.2; Patricia New Bethel A. ,. E.

MI i For Rotary Club Clark 3.1; Freddie Scott Rev L. Holmee, Faster ..

FOR SALE-Remington 12 gauge 30; Jeanette Harris, 3.0; Brenda Sunday School. J:30-Mr. H. L.

shotgun, model 11; one 8monthold \ Band Five of members Clewlston of the Sugsrland Dixon, 3.4; destine Black 3.3; McKlre, Supt '"ul'j

JOB RENT OR SALE-One bed- male Chlbuahau one Easyllft 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Rotarians High School entertained Gwendolyn F. Johnson, 3.3; Kenneth Morning Worship, 1055.: '

room trailer, $500. and one Trailer hitch, complete: with brake. at their luncheon Jones 3.2; Clenda G. Robinson Evening Worship, 7 p.m.

pertinent S4S per month. Adults Rev. Joe Coleman. Phone 2-3011, meeting Monday The group, 3.1.Fifth Bible Reading, Tuesday evening. ': \
Phone i who call themselves "S u ga r Choir
YU 2-4230. Itp 313 Commerclo St. Decl2c Rehearsals Wednesday
Grade-Mr. H. L. McKlre !
Williams ElectricWiring Swings, have organized a Dixie and
IOR RENT-One bedroom duplex FOR SALE-8'x35' Spartan House Bail Bonds land-type band and their music and Mr. W. J. Scott, Instructors: You Thursday eveD lJI'I are always welcome to f.1"i
Kenalrs, AH Appliances Vernlta A. King-cade 3.6 Edwin worship
apartmellt, unfurnished tor coui Trailer with two aluminum prefab has been well received. ; with us.Mi .
Phone YU M891. tfc rooms built on. New furniture, Electrical Contracting Introduced by Bandmaster Jack M. Mack Ui; Pauline Harris 3.2; "

air conditioned, on three choice 24 Hour Service Scott the boys are Duncan Murrow, Lovvorn Nola, 3.5; Brady Hart, Jr., -
lOOMS FOR RENT Call YU lots. Immediate possession. Priced Bfltoa Williams Phone I-1M1 tuba, BUI Perry, drums, Donnle 3.4; Helen A. Lewis, 3.2; Gloria M. Calvary Baptist .

Dan UcRENTl'umlshed for quick sale. Owner leaving town. McDonald Bookkeeping and I Quinton, clarinet and sax, Kenneth Moore, 3.1; Bonnie Gall tittles, 3.0. Sunday Rev L.School M. Kitchens 9:45: Pastor ':1

JOB cabins and Rev. J. Ed Taylor 528 Central Young, trombone and Joe Elder Sixth Grade-Mr. W. L. Falrley Morning ajn. ,[4
Tax Service SEE Worship, 11:00: "J
trailers. Johnson Fishing Camp Ave. Phone YU 27494. tfc trumpet, They played several and Mr L. T. Henderson Instructors Choir Rehearsal t
PU 21181. tfcJOR GAS numbers of music of by-gone years : Leola Hart, 3.9; Isaiah Hun night, 7 Wednesday I "'r)
John W. McDonald Carl Hornsby presided at the Ui Eddie Pope 3.1; Michael Prayer I !

RENT :2 and 1 room fur- Services AppliancesSalesService' meeting and Frank PolhlU was program Kerr: 3.0; Guy Rogers, 3.0; Bartley night, 1.30 Meetlpg.\ Wednesday j ''f(

shed i apartment Phone M27L Business Immokalee Fla. chairman. Gray I..; Jonas Austin 3.4.Seventh The president p.m. Is 'i
asking aU choir -
tfep Phone OL 4.3672WALDRON'S Grade-Mr. F. Jones and members. nle... .. '..'k.
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Mrs. N. M.
RENT Trailers and TtaOI Washers, POWER GASCORPORATION Lee, Instructors: RalphB. rehearsal-Mrs. Emma Dixon, Re. :'
Wees. Royal Palm Trailer APPLIANCE SERVICE. Hill, 3.2; Roger McCray, 3.2; porter. ,;
|ark. Phone YU 2-2603. tic dryers, ranges, refrigerators, sir. Wilbert Williams, 30; Deborah
conditioners. Carlthers Radio and MEATS AND GROCUUIS Williams, 3.0; Samuel McCoy 3.0; 4

TV Sales with Service, 108 Bond St., Connie Johnson 30; Gloria Johnson "

NlckfD Building dewiston. FlaJ Open 7a.m.to1p.m.&Sto8p.WeekCLOSED CALL COLLECTSouth : 3.3; Cynthia Kitchen 3.0; Melvin Harlem] ClubYour 't j

Double "A"Roofing 1 I Phone YU 24441. YOUR PKLCO Six Days a Bay WY W3J1HENDKY Jones, 3.0. I Favorite Mixed Drink r-'

DEALER. tfr ( EVERY TUESDAY) Boots Guides Gen a Ic* Eighth Grade Mr. Johnny Morgan Cocktails: :'

COUNTY Fishing Tackle Supplies and Mr. 8. Humphrey, Jr., Fried Chicken Sandwiches It
Carlthers \
TV .
I RADIO Radio&& TV Sales with service. for Your Spur of Moment Picnics Title & Abstract Co. Johnson'sFishing Instructors Barbara Wilson 3.6; Recorded Music Popular Bands >', 'J
Samuel Simmons 35 Oreetlne
NlckeU Building 108 Bond Street Title Abstract*-THle lararMFBblle .. ; Mr. and Mrs. W ail WaDaee. '
Licensed .
Four Miles East of dewlstoa Fair 3.4; Joyce Jones 3.4; Frevrleten ,.
YU 24441.YOUR StenerrapberFboU
Clewlston. Fla. Phone Camp
Michael Qulntyne, 3.3 Thelma
Bonded tic *p7tii Doplleatfaff '
PHILCO DEALER Bare Beach Bridge >t sad Park Are. drwbton' Flo. Mitchell: 3.1; Patricia Canty, Ui; -- I..t"

Fle Estimates on All Types SINGER SEWING MACHINE LaBelle Fla. P. O. Rex Ml Julius Scott, 3.1

Kooflng and Painting representative will be at Cld- OEsnreFor 1-1111 Ninth Grade-Miss G. C. Harris, I JULIA'S t ,:

Phone YU 3-1131 dens Furniture Store each Friday. prompt. Efficient I I; l t i Instructor: Ester Kingcsde, 1.0i BEAUTY
-J3-EWISTON. For parts sates, service stop la Attention Cattlemen Borne delivery' Charlie Hill Ui; Wilfred Brewster,
- FLA. 4
Uc For That New Look
or call YU 24721. OP THE MUMI HERALD 4.0.Tenth
-- -- New to the. lime is ceueHdato Grade-Mrs. M. I. Black Thor Styling CsittiBST
rear debts with a bag term lana Call Bobby Giddens Instructor Evelyn Johnson, Ui Friday Aptwfatneote.aid

lean, Jew Interest rates. with MANY WIVCS ARC HAPPY Carolyn! G. Pope 3.3; Francena IfJw. Ida Sales Saturday FreprletorHilton's .
REAL ESTATESpecial Milt TO MEET THEIR HUSBANDS Kingcide 3.1:' Willie C. Blackman, \

Federal Land Bank HALFWAY. IN FACTOH PAY 3.1; Evelyn G. Jackson 1.0i Fran -

I Values DAYS THEY MEET ,EM cena Hill,"3.0; Joyce A. Scott, Ui; I
See er Write Roosevelt Davis, 1.0i Johnnie F, : ,
FRANK DENMEAD W. L MAT RIGHT AT THE PAY WINDOW/ Williams, 3.0; Vemlta Ward, 3.1. Grocery 'F

Realtor sex 516 .Ioa" B fl ngBradeatea. Eleventh Grade-Mr. C. A. Bur Groceries .
rows Instructor Twelfth : Fresh Meats ,.
Florida ; Grade; .
813 E. El Fase Are. VegetablesCold ,'
Mr. S. Humphrey Jr., Instructor:

Clewlstoa, Fla. TTJ S-3421 Bernice Pope 3.3; Albert Pope. 3.0; We Appreciate Drinks Your Essential Items : ,'\, '
Mary Lewis 3.3; Alzora Williams Fir and Mrs. II :.L,
fa !" SS g fork:: buDdlni with over cooo AVK Tampa Tribune 3.3; Ernestine Mitchell 3.3; Dorothy Freprleton Thentea rate* j( .
lent 1 1km: { a supermarket clothlD sad J. Coleman 3.2; Katie Mitchell .
Cation and terms to suit

a'0ls'Sown ranch with new home and many other Improve- Ft. Myer neCleuiiitonNewtEVINRUDE '111

330 acres on canal. Close to town. News Press 1 'i\ ,!
'traner Park, home and'land over I"
With new bedroom Home Delivery

ItnnJ, w th an improved. 1300.00 per month Income, esceJJent W. 0. CAMPBELL: ELITE GROCERY ;
small down payment Phone 3.2791HATHCOCK'S '
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Sales and ServiceNew '
toy of these extra special values call Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies 4 \
sad Used Meters
t -
Frank Denmead Marine Hardware LtR MOM Cold Drinks Clewiaton l { ( '.' 'I
AUTO SALES!! SERVICE Parts a.4 AeeepeedeeManse '

leg Broker UB'fAtmAm' S IJEaV1C1lI'UTlmf SaMy K.tdps.ts4FkeM 1 Other Items ,

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: \ actions the board: cia fraternity and Delta Theta Clyde S. Egley. Elizabeth Polhlll, Dorothy Williams. Henson, Betty
In other Seymour
I.Eight Morri hIs Guest of Mr and Mrs. W. OMorgan Jesse Blackburn, Aaron A. I DelUva, Ola
'. Thursday, December 12_., 1963 Section" One I II I son Granted to sublet request hangar of space Earl at the Phi assistant legal! fraternity county At solicitor present for Sr. Sunday were his mother -I Knight, Henrietta Henry, Mildred KeJly.Ideal C. fir, sill

ilt 1 I I county airport to the Clewiston Palm Beach countySorority Mrs 0. L. Morgan and Mr and
i Board ditions of juvenile delinquency In Mrs. Warren Morgan and son,
Flylna Club; """
the county to the work of the coun han Randy, all of Wlmauma. Business Location
(Continued from Pace 7)) Designated organizations to
I selor. Travel expenses of $25 were dle distribution of welfare basketsat Mrs Joseph Sexton awarded 75 ft. by 100 ft. to 20 ft. alley
I i i ulor J M. Wright was praised by added to the counselor's monthly., Christmas time. Has prize for high score to Mrs Across from Thrifty Drug, Parkinson and
Sheriff Earl Dyers and Juvenile salary, to compensate for the extra Accepted the resignation of Charlen Oliphant second prize ta Good TerntsDADEMONROE Bank
I' Judge Broward Parsons, both of expense Involved in handling Frank PolhiU as voting machine Mrs. Charles B. Owens and cut to
j whom attributed the Improved con- the many cases In the county. I custodian and his offer to assist Chapter RoomBeta Mrs. Foy Durrence, when she entertained
I. her bridge club Tuesday REALTY
m,training! his successor ,_
j: Authorized Clerk warn; w arrange u PI Chapter of Beta Sigma evening. Others playing were Mrs 309 W. Susarland Ilwy. Phone
I' a lease for a copying ma- Phi Sorority has been given the we J. W. Clark Mrs G. E.' Etherton, YU 3.m
r", '.,. ,"""N chine instead of a photostat ma- of a room in the Elks Club building Mrs. n. R. Hooks and two guest !
chine, as being less expensive and for a meeting room, and member Mrs. Q H Coeman: and Mrs. Bar YU 2-4501 YU 24501 -
; 1 efficient are busy with plans for redecorating nle Bryan.
iI i Ti more ;
: STEREO HI-FI Opened and rejected bids for and arranging it.
,' limerock material in western Hen- .. Frank Mottley was named BIRTHS a YUFREE
dry county and agreed to readver-; representative to the Fair group
: tise for bids; The sorority met there Tuesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Norman Austin of
(, WITH BUILT-IN Adopted resolutions giving written planned a Christmas party on South Bay are the proud parentsof
approval of the arrangement December 21st.Christmas a girl, Sally Suzanne, who was
it, whereby the City of dewlaton Is provisions Including born on Friday, December 6th In
i :;JM1AM: / RADIO Installing a water main to Its city groceries, toys and clothing have Good Samaritan Hospital, West :
( ;, limits, and there selling water to been gathered for a worthy family Palm Beach. The baby weighedsix
.A., , '.,.. "' Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation and will be presented In time for, and one half pounds. Mrs. Austin ANTi
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j\ iiI "- ( >., which is installing main to the holidays. I is the former Sue Andrews r
' :: carry it to its plant site; Hostess, Mrs. Van Cothern, Mr. and Mrs Billie Joe Swindle i
: :, : : :' /.: Discussed but took no action on served refreshments to Mesdames announce the birth of a son, at Lee i
; request of Harry Childress, who Wm. Baker, John Black, Buren Memorial Hospital In Fort Myers R CLAUS
'!Iq Iq.r J : : : was negotiating for space to erect Hall, Michael Herring, Robert on December 4th. The baby welh-I
". I ...,-- a billboard on Alrglades Airport Bass, Margaret Bare, Frank Gen- ed eight pounds 7H ounces, and ,
try, Harold Estep, Jack Redish, ..
!.: property; has bn" named Richard Joseph .
'i '
: s Authorized Superintendent Thom- Kenneth: Walker, Freeman Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunaway of
I' asson to make repairs at the Felda Jr., Robert L. Adams, R. F. Baker, Immokalee are the proud parentsof P STOCKING.I.
,: Community Center. Luther, W. W. Caruthen, Mike a girl, Tanya Selena, who was wl .I.
Attending the meeting were Millcevic, Frank Motley. Wade Wilson born In Sebring, November 29th,
fi -- ( Campbell Nail, H. S. Parkinson, W. J. E. Spooner, Jr., R. F Baker weighing six pounds, 12 ounces. FOR
i 'I B. Barron, R. C. Now ling and Sr., and James McPhail.Personals The maternal grandmother Is Mrs. 1 w I
>'j Gratton George, Commissioners, Goldie Dunaway of Clewlstoa rl "
: 'I "I' Attorney Carlos Dickey, Supt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald 0. Williams
'f Thomasson and Clerk, Dorothy announce the birth of a IOn, Donald THE

',4 I I Clark. I I I Gene 10. ,The Jr., on baby Tuesday weighed, December six E i

I I I pounds 12 ounces on arrival, at KIDDIES ;
Hamner-Miner Hendry General Hospital. I
MOTOROLA. Mrs R. C. Haven Is reported as I Mr. and Mrs. Buford Knight of
now recuperating satisfactorilyfrom : LaBella are the proud parents ofa -
COMPtET! HOMt JNTERTAINMENri Engagement ToldColonel major surgery, performed at daughter, Melba Colleen, born ; .
the Lake Worth General Hospitallast Friday December 6th at Hendry
I A George C. Hamner
MUSIC ENTER IN A CP/ffC WWI 1 United States Marine Corps Ret, Wednesday. General I Hospital. The baby .
i Mrs. L. C. Miller returned Sun- weighed eight pounds, three ounces. P With of
and Mrs. Hamner of 631 36th St. any our "Money-Saving" Service'Department
day from: a visit of several dais Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chapmanare
West Palm Beach, Florida, announce -
,. $169.95 the .engagement' of their In Jacksonville and Mayport. thi proud parents of a daughter : Holiday Specials I
an l Mr and Mrs. Vernon Reeves of Mary Ellen, who:>> was born

: "I For Only -plus tax daughter Charles Edward Ruth Louise Miner,hammer Jr., of,300 to igton Okeechobee on Sunday.visited friends In Clew. dry Saturday General, December Hospital.7th The in baby Hen- | We Service All (Makes and Models

Arabian Road, Palm Beach, Fla.
;" This Price Good Thru nec. 24 TH future bridegroom la the IOn Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Satterwhlteof weighed eight pounds, nine ounces. c with ,
Morganton, N. C. will arrive Mr. and Mrs. Autrey Henson, of
':.: ModWflKWT of Mrs. Charles E. Miner of Clew- tcmorrow for a visit with their Big Cypress: are the proud parentsof B Most Modern
;1'I.w' r h Aatiqu.Whlu.r Brow...! ston. Florida be married daughter, Mrs. O. C. Wilcox, and a daughter, Rebecca Ann, born Techniques AvailableI
t1' In.o tatuncl.s.IIIIo The ovule plan to
family. Sunday, December 8th at Hendry I (Over $10,000 for equipment in last
April 4th at Holy Trinity Episcopal year)
Mrs. Walter Schmidt and son Hospital, weighing eight
V', Multi-channel amplifier with 3 output trans Church West Palm Beach Florida.from Christopher, of Tallahassee will pounds, one ounce. o Your car serviced while you waitor
Miss Hamner graduated
e formers, 4 Golden Voice speakers arrive this weekend for a visit Mr. and Mrs. McArthur Henry, or
Palm Beach High School and attended -
r pr'; : e Super-quiet automatic 4-speed record changer Florida State University with ben! parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Big Cypress announce the arrival Free Service Car available for your convenience
of Maria, their daughter, whoa ,
5k'w, Separate controls for balance, loudneea, She 11 1 the great-grandaughter of ''- born P
en December 9th In Hen-
f the lam Mr. and Mrs. George W, Linnie's' Genuine Factory Authorized Parts at a
W toneBeautifully
dry General Hospital, weighing 8 I
r finished on all 4 sides in wear. Hamner marle County of "CasUgllone'Virginia.! Also Alber-the Uniform Shop :und: one ounce.H08PITAL. ..I.. Savings!

;' resistant covering that looks smart in living late Mr and Mrs. Lunsford Lomax 3 racks budget priced uniforms jft (Minor .
/ NOTES ) Examples
Misses, Petite, Tails ItLargo.
'" Loving of Lovlngston. Nelson Coun- Jrn
k recreation den.
; room, room, or Patients admitted-James Rid- :
Virginia and Washington, D. CThe
ty future bridegroom graduated Colors Shifts and also white er, Melvin MacDowald, Sally Complete Tune-up _ ___.._ $9.95
Shook Mary Knight Geraldine
from Florida State University with $3 81 $5.98 87.98 o4 Phis wrt
Chapman Aaron A. Knight Ola
t.: Redish Electric Co. a B. S degree. He attended Stet Jerseys from .... to 11."$ I
C. Minis Mildred Henson, Maria
i Wheel
Ion University and George Wash- Doctors and Barbers JacketsIf DeRives Delores Williams, Betty Balancing ___ _ .. $1.00 era
ngton University In Washington, Its uniform-see us soon
163S Headry St. Ft Myers !!ymour. S rins /
BOND STREET CLEWISTON D. C. He received his law degree
from the University of Florida Across from belt:downtown Kwik I Williams Patients, remaining Margaret Dolores Patterson, 3 Wheel Alignment $ ..50o4
y ._ : Fraternity affiliations ATO so H; _ __ ___ Pluishlnii -

1 IA CHEVELLE New Brakes ____ __ _ ... $17.50'
A Used Farm I rim

!3j t Undercoating (any car) .._ 16.99:
CHEVROLETThe kind of 10-'or Vl-yeu'd upset *' Tractor TiresAll P Complete Paint Job _ ____ $37.50 ,

ifs from otto of Chevy'. gnat highway i Plu ."-"

performer Come on down and drive It. lily
Expert (Includes vacuum) -

Sizes I: Polish Job __ ____ __ ____.. $12.95- :

I ... c3 Plus Many More Bargains

i .. 1 The kind of comfort' you'd ct t Dial for FREE Estimates and FREE Pickup -

!' "" eipoct In .large Interior.Come : Eagle Tire Co. j and Delivery Service.'Chuck' ;

r ...dow and alt In It.
3216 N.W. N. River Dr. .
I Wells Motor-
Miami, Fla. Dept CC

/ y4u NEwton 4.1962 P Co., Inc.

4.2824 I 7 Sugarland Hwy. Clewutoo,

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,I ,, I The kind d fnsIIltrlln.-lnside and eutA CHRISTMAS STORE HOURSin
: A I S that make It the gays smartest surprise.
New Ctuttllt Malib Sport Coup
i and stare at It Clewiston

+ : ': I ) : Now-Che; spirit in a new kind of car :Every Day till 6 p.m.

t I : t ,,;, We built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps.
I ,; ,<'' 'I.j looking beautiful Held its weight down in the 8,000. And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows Starting Fri. Dec. 20 till 8
pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes up beneath this one's suave good looks, too. p.m.
", ; ;.it i I t and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 horses I Sound good There's more.Like the fact that Chevelle
I I And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models-convertibles, These hours
I you've got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models are suggested by members of the
You've also got a roomy car here. Yet Its 115-inch with front bucket seats Like the fact that (and see if
!I .. wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the merchants committee of the Chamber of Com

''t j ?' j.. .?..-....:., ...t. traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price 1I I
( "' li"I : With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a rideJ szI 7 Like to hear more?The listening's wonderful merce who hope all stores will cooperate for the
Chevrolet dealer's-and driving.
of the Jet-smooth kind at your =
,' that you
j t.d. i. r rj':, 5 the. convenience and benefit of their customers.

S l It C'r Set flue trfrdy dJffartrt kinds d can .t your OnffoUt Shomoa-CHtVSeiCT., tmiE., CHEVY D, CfflVAB.CORVETTEM,1i

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C:7i 1"1\: r. i 2 Sections Sweetest"America's, Town"12 Pages The Clewiston News"

"Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewtston and Ilendry County.

j $4.00 year
VOLUME 36 NUMBER 50 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 12, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 949 3, PJi. -

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,?.a.w." Car Plunges T. C. Yon, Jr. JoinsIn CITY WILL OPEN Red-Orange Background Auto Tags ;

Father's Business HOUSE BIDSThe I
,; a T. C. Yon, Jr, moved to DewIston Cost More And Last Month Longer
Into City CanalWayne this week and is associated City Commission will I
with his father In the operation of hold a special meeting n.*t WW platetboae for the heaviest I
Eddie Hodges, 22, City of ClewUton Machine and Equipment Thursday Decemb"/ u., at 4 Special Numbers and most powerful vehicles- I
formerly Brantley'a. o'clock, U receive and pen !
dewlstcn meter reader, went into Repair get into the big! maser class with
h Young Yon resigned from the bids on the proposed pro shop Must Be Reserved of $3842. The 12-month
the canal with his 57 Plymouth Florida Highway Patrol after five and country dab building at an $10. i
Increase in this type was
about 4 o'clock Wednesday after years with the law enforcement the Clewlston Golf CGane.Arch1teet' The period for people to reserve D used on compacts will
TECHNICIAN MEL FINCH AND SHERIFF EARL DYESS dUaa noon There was no damage to agency, and is moving: his family 1964 Florida! automobile tags bearing retail for $14.04. This tag formerly
$the "Car.b.." designed br Bell Aerosrstems which U nodesplot either the car or driver except here from Fort Myers. They have plan for thesebulldtars their pet numbers is here and 110. It drew a $2.50 raise for I
test .la Lake Okeechobee this week. The ilr enihlon vehicle purchased the former Dr W C. have been approved. with it a hefty boost in prices plus was before
L nolle unique In that It floats around above land and water and from the chilly water, reports! Davis house on West Haiti Street. The pro shop wUl be boat with additional cost for a 13th month., 12 months, making it added.A 112 50. I
u capable of speeds la excess of 60 miles an hoar. The Carabaok Florida Highway Trooper Dave The family consists of Mr. Yon city fund, and the club boons Car owners will have to come up the 13th month was which are used on I I
belnf bossed en the government retemUon of the CJS. Corp Tomllnson, who reported the acci and a ion, Tom, III, 5, and a with private funds which are. with considerably more money. and R plates were raised IS per
4 lnert.TAFF PHOTO. dent. I daughter, Cindy, 3. being donated for the purpose.City's County Tax Collector A. O. Ward motorcycles normal-length year but will cost

said yesterday, until the 13-month years of
County Agents Assume Duties Hodges was driving west from CFSL LANDSCAPING .--' Lights Add I Colon of the '64 dates are not $1133 transition are ended. ,
the city barn along! the lateral Improvement at the building of soothing, either according to some .
canal on the ClewUton Federal Savings and had look at the supply Q plates drew only a $2 50 raise
an unpaved street; who have a
Gallo and Jerry Flint have Gallo began work December their price M.63 but there
2 make
Ted car veered off onto the soft shoulder Loan Association, Bond Street and Christmas Sparkle already on hand In Ward's custody to
d their new duties as coun- replacing Frank Polhlll who few of the antique
recently relatively
sum then ran headlong Into the Ventura Avenue, includes landscaping The plate has a red-orange background are
agent and assistant agent for resigned to enter private canal. It was a chilly day for a of the grounds. New sot has The City of dewlston'i contribution with the raised numbers passenger cars which can use
ndry County and are currently business. A native of Tampa, a swim, IBid the trooper, who been placed !In beds adjacent to to the cay appearance of and letters a dark blue. them.
tting acquainted. with their new graduate of Lee High School Jack charged Hodges with speed too I the building, preparatory to planting UM business district during the The togs will have a 13-month House trailer tags were given
mss and duties (Continued on Page 4)) great for conditions. ornamentals. holiday season li the festive colored tenure because the Legislature last a 50 per cent raise of $5, making ;
- lights, which overhang traffic sprint set up a method of swinging them $15 before the extra month
the length of Sugarland Highway. Florida! to a system that will is added Small two-wheel trailers
Adding a beautiful sparkle to the ,, quite numerous for transporting
have its automobile, motorcycle
N scene Is the handsomely decorated beginning boats-were put up $2.50 <
truck and trailer licenses
rugS1"rt'1 Christmas tree In Civic Center their year in July. There will be a Heavy trailers were boosted $10.
0 Park Hundreds and hundreds of succession of six years with 13- Truck licenses underwent corresponding
brilliant lights gleam throughout Increases in their various
in 1970 they
r month licenses then
the evening hours on a symetrlcal] classifications. They are
and the
will drop to U months
pine tree, specially tended for we switchover will be completed.The based on hundredweights.
,' GUV? at the Christmas season. Mr. Ward also noted that those
It has been the custom! in past 1964 tags will go on gala to wishing to reserve special tag
r 11 years, to bum the lights each evening the general public Jan :2 as usual numbers should mall their license
G\ \\l1 until New Year's Eve Then They will not expire until Feb. 1. tag check plus $100 prior to December
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O1o the Christmas tree lights are removed 1965. The 31 for this prlvUee.I .
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9 tot the week of the Hendry County The year-plus-month rates will I ';
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Plain tags, which had been 115 i
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I Fla. Mrs H. v. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.C 7:30: to 9:30: December 18th. Associational RallyAt pie and coffee to Mesdames Top. season Tuesday every
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston per l :Meske, Cornette, Perry, beth Hall in

;:IS I I'I Thursday, December 12, 1963 Section TwoS ,.. I I Holladay. M Mann, Mrs., Mr.Story and, Mrs.Mrs.VT.Paul R. pleasure Mrs Jack that Davis 11 boxes reported of clothingwere with 1st Baptist ChurchMusic Barton Young, Bible Torbert, Owens, King, Leiter, Broadfootand Foy, is a clarinetist.The: Deland. !s Fl1Ic' !

Broadrlck and Mrs. Joe Taylor. collected In the Bishop's will be the theme of the band is under
refreshments, which NeilL the
I Hi Haven ClassesIn ey presided Clothing Drive. Big Associational Rally to be heldat of Richard M. Feas-l. direcJ.:
were provided by the Tabitha members In and inclUde
j the
Mrs Richard Degler announcedthat First Baptist Church Clewiston, program nSel
Holiday Party were served with coffee and
punch.A Altar Society Plans sale of Christmas Cards was at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, De- I Appears In position 'Fantasy for V II
Members of the Tabitha Class of very successful and netted a good cembei 17th, Stetson Concert Percussion": (H955)) Which'
Hi Haven Baptist Church were gift exchange was enjoyed by Christmas Projects return to the treasury The Rev. James Fenton pastorof I Played for the first tuna 1Ia
i hosts to members of the Men's Fellowship ], those attending. Mrs. C. D. Hine and Mrs. Regina the South Bay Baptist Church, Miss Jeanette Francis of Clew son's own campus. Sle
ji Class at a Christmas party Hostesses, Mrs Pat Drake and St. Margaret's Altar Society met Esser volunteered to serve on the who is associational music director Iston is a member of the Stetson Miss Francis is a forlller
held in the Fellowship Hall at the Mrs. W. R. Baxter, arranged and Wednesday night at the Rectory committee to take care of the will be in charge. University Concert Band which and band member Itudt
church. decorated\ for the party. with Mrs. C. D Hine presiding at Christmas project at Hendry General The Sunday School and W. M. U. I presented Its first concert of the I 1 I High School. at CleWla1t
.. Decorations appropriate to the Attending were Mr and Mrl. the business meeting. Mrs. Dan Hospital.
will in the meeting.
holiday season were used. FollowIng Pat Drake, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Preston McCarthy reported plans for the cooperate
It was reported that on Decem
j a brief devotlanal period and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Royal, Mr. Christmas Skating Party for the
ber 14th the Sisters will hold their
"J meeting at which Mrs Henry Stor- and Mrs. W. R. Baxter, Rev. and young people of the parish from annual Christmas Party for the Ruth Class Holds

children of migrant workers In the
Jevll's Garden area The Altar Society Christmas Meeting Q<
n members have contributedgifts 2a
Clewiston Church Directory for all the children who will When the Ruth Cass of the First
be> served candies, punch, cookies Baptin Church met at the .home ,
;:'Jr ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH W-IL\VEN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD and other goodies. of Mrs. Annie Nail In South Clew
\ : Mrs. Jack Scot'', Mrs. C. D. iston Thursday evening Mrs. Etta
208 North Atlantic Street Highway 1211 31Z 8. Paoine Avenue
1 Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev Vie Turner, Pastor Rev. JCA Coleman Hine and Mrs. Louis de Armas Letter and Mrs. Mary Owens were wayhthing
j C1ewiston, Florida 9U: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School volunteered to serve on the com assisting hostesses, and combineda
11:00: a.m.-Mornln Worship 11:00: a.m.-Mornln Service mittee to take care of Christmas holiday party with the business
Rev' Larkin L. Connolly flowers in the church. meeting.Mrs. .
8:45: p.m.-Trainln Union 1:30: p.m.-Evenln Worship
I: \ Sunday Masses 8 a.m. & 100; p.m. 8:00: p.m.-EvenIn Worship Wednesday: Following the business stsslon, B. S. Neill president, conducted
I I L!. Weekday Mass, 1:00: a.m Wednesday: 7:30: pm.-prayer Service Father Connolly discussed the prop. the business session and
',:/,'',,a Holy Day Mass 1'00: pm 1:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday; er care of the Altar which is the Mrs. Homer Bible, class teacher,
; Saturday from 4 to S, 7:30: p.m.-Youn Peop la's EDCoofesslons primary objective of the Society. the devotional program.
l I'' and 'I to 1 p.m COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN deavor The hostesses, Mrs. C. J. Niel. The social hour was in charge of
407 Royal Palm Anlae Ben, Mrs Evelyn Nash and Mrs. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot who provided
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Henry II Ford, Minister\ COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL C. A. Martinez served Christmas plenty of fun for all attending. I
." OF GOD 8:45: a.m.I-Sunday School HOLINESS CHURCH cookies, fruit cake and coffee to Afte a gift exchange the hostesses -
w 11:00 a.m.-Mornln Wo.-8h1p South Clewlatoa the group. served pecan and custard
James F. Kimbrel, Pastor
; 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Pariab Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor
,\ (i.f,' Sunday: House 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School There's a.way of healing both mind and body. It's
,,' t., Sunday School,. 10:00: 1:00 p.m.-WestmlnBter Fenow- 11:00: a.m.-Momln Worship that penetrates right to the heart of away
\,.:, Adult Worship, 11:00: 7:45 a way of
ship : p.m.-Sunia Evanellltlc
1"\:\ Youth Worship, 11:00: Wednesday: Wednesday: CHRISTMAS TIME love and regeneration. Looking deeper, it's a way of

.';'.rl' ii' Prayer Bour, 1:01: 7:30: p.m.-chIJIr Practice 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service I II gift giving ".e.AU.f.. glorifying God. Everyone can follow It. Everyone can learn
; Evangelistic rally, 1:30: _
r Friday: are concerned about whatto about it.A lecture called "The Healing Way of the Christ"
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ?:U p.m.-Youth ServiceS
S Orchestra Practice, 1:11I 'APOSTOUC FAITH give others and anxiousto will be given by Florence C. Southwell, of The Christian

'I l t i Wednesday: South Oewbton CHURCH OF CHRIST know what gifts we will Science Board of Lectureship. Everyone Is welcome.
!:' Christ'l Ambassadors, 1t5: Bro. Luther DIxon, Pastor 308 Sooth Central ATmae receive. Isn't now the time to remember God's gift to us-

.: ." 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Earl Arnold, Minister His Son? And have we accepted this gift?
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a.m.Preachln Sunday
: Chrlsllil II
I'' 10Z E. Ventura Avenue Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Bible School "for 'the wage of tin; 1 it aeafnbut ,She/ gift; of Cod it eternal leelun
Bn. Leon M. Gambrell 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00: a.m.-Worship lift' through Jesus Christ; our lord" Romans 6:23:
t .. '' Interim Pastor Friday: 1:00: p.m.-Worship
8:45: a.m.-Sunday School 7:30: p.m.-Youn People's Meet. Wednesday: In
,?,i '' : 11:00: a.m.-Momln Service tog 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotion Community Presbyterian Church
i5.: ;:: 11:45: p.m.-Tr.1n1n Union _. and Bible Study i 407 Royal Palm Avenue Church of Christ
'11",' 8:00 p.m.-Evenlni Service 8T MARTIN'S CHURCH HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister First Scientist
I I "" Wednesday: (Episcopal) FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 9:45: A.M. Bible School 8:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship
3 ;' .. 1:00 ,.m.-offlcer and Teachers 207 North Pacific 331 W. a.ceola Annae
:"I"I :; 11:00: AM. Worship Sunday, December 15, 1963 at 3:15: P.M.
Meeting The Rev. Clark B. Dorman Vicar Rev. David A. Denslow, Pastor
!: '.;, 1:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Serv- Sunday Services: 9:45: a.m.-Church School "Christmas the Christian"r
I Avenue E Belle Glad!
G", : ice 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist 11:00 a.m.-Momln service ::

\\if' ;'! .;,". 1:45 p.m.-cholr Practice 10:30: a.m.-Fam11.ServIce and 11:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fe1- ,._,. .rr all'. ar ..>r'.ar. "....... ._..wII'...........................................,....--.01....
::" Church SchaoL lowshlp w6
::1 1 CALVARY BAPTIST CJI1JBCII Confessions by appointment. 7:30: p.m.-Eveninl study.r r 1 1h
,tJ>-,.I 7 Soath Clewbton Thurlday:
l ,' Rev. Herb Bldon, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice h Christmas Extra Special
}! f'; ; 11:45: a.m.-Sunday School NORT SIDE MISSIONARY 1
<, i
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service BAPTIST CHURCH
.i' f 1:00 p.m.-Daptist Training Union 304 N. Francisco Sired CII1JRCII(ChriaUaa OF CHRIST) ii 2 Days Only Dec. 13 and 14L
I'd,' ; 8:00: p.rn-WorshIp Service Elder Lester n. Reams, Pastor North Suarland AuditoriumS I
r S Tuesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School '0 John C. Scheffler, MInister J JI
+ 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.-MornIn Worship 10:00: a.m.-Bible School ;
"gip 1 i Wednesday: 8:30: p.m.-BTC 11:00: a.m.-CommunIon and Wor.t
t 7:30: p.m.-Bour of Prayer 1:30: p.m.Evening Worship! ship Service

Thursday: Wednesday: Wednesday: ..
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rS iL 8:00: p.m.-cholr Practice 1:30: .m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p.m;+--Bibls Study I z

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Sticky Finger Man ,.
I '. Sheila and Linda Carlton, who sang driver's license, $50.00; Roy M. I I dewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTOH NEWS Pap Three .,'
Caught Wednesday 1" 'Listen to the Lambs" "One Little I Franklin, careless driving $35.00 I Thursday, December 12, 1963 Section. Two 'I
Candk' and "The House We Live or 15 days and 10 days; Preston
Henry Smith of St. Petersburg In." Cheryl Lee was accompanist. L. Redd, unlawful speed $2500
.as cuarged with shop lifting and Exalted Ruler A. C. Ellison pre John White, public drunk, $3500 hand to help with camp activitiesand Need 1
drunk Wednesday afternoon sided at the meeting I will hold a tap-out for; new
,ubje and attempting to bribe officer I
of Police Wendell Whaley members>> at the Saturday night
j1 Chief 100.00; Luthr E. Ray, Jr., public 1-
Ernie Simmons after campfire of which they will be in
and drunk, $-5.00 or 7 day; AlbertL.
''Ie was caught in Richard Sugarland Baker Pharmacy ,-I red Busy City DocketNov. Gray, careless driv.ng: $10.00; charge.. .
by owner : and Charta C. Platt Improper J.
said that Smith bad ( 27, 1963) i
i Officers! driver s :.icense 150.00. I
.arse I into town the night before .' Acting city judge Carlos Dickey .
,Dd! slept In his truck and had I it:16\ presided at a rather busy court '
t ijent the day "browsing" In local < \}:. session last week at which time I Glades Scouts i #,. Truck 1
'tares. In Sugarland Pharmacy he ; Jackson W. Humphrey was fined 'I; .J
Ld, picked up deodorant, a pen I ISO for driving while license revoked FAST? ':
aid: other items. ; Gerald Thomas, public I
Up \R drunk, $3500; Don L Pullen, Jr., To Hold Camporee
I urge merchants to be ,.A
Officers i
LpeclfiUy watchful: during this ..... '" driving while under influence, I
; people $200 or 63 days and driver's license All Boy Scout and Ex"orir: unitsin
when so many are ,
Lppinj and because of the large .. revoked; Jams C. Durrance, the Gladys Dls *lct of tho Call-\ T IJlasa.a li
speeding, 11500; Charles E. Long, stream Council, B. S. A. are expected
L passrough.DenslOW oral SPECIAL Bureau AGENT RANK FORCE 01 Miami office .f the Fed- running stop sign, 5.00; James R. to take. part in a Camporeethis c Rent iiiii .
olTank oIlanatieatioa! !explllni tile .. Hester, speeding, 15.00 or 3 days; coming weekend. Units comprising -i
tlon .pohh..a... .. ..,. -. procedure In Invest* Gene Strickland
-- --- II'nol" e"M' The for public drunk, this district are from Clew.
? course law
foreement ea-
SpeakerAt aa officer tile aces Ia ID lie second week and has had moo: ; Royce W..Wilkinson, wlful: i iston. Belle G'ade.: Pahokee.: Okee- from
average daily attendance 01 1$. Among these and wanton reckless driving, $25 chobee and Indiantown Other communities .
backs to camera aw, ray Policeman Ernie attending with or 10 days; Royce W. Wilkinson, in the area have bad par. '
Elks Memorial Sheriffs Wbaley Sir*. Dye. ii Calvin Swindle, Chief of pollee WendeD Deputy Improper driver's license, $5.00 or Ucipating units in the past. ? t.f RYDER :1 a
and Patrolman 1 day; Leamoa Johnson, careless :
Mcfeland The theme for "
this Cam'
David Denslow, pastor of aD The school, open to +oreo on
Rev branches
e First Methodist Church, was talon Police 01 law enforcement, Ia being sponsored by &be Clew. driving, $25.00; James Grant, driving December 13-15, 1963, near I. J
Cater at the Memorial Services I ePlrtment.-8TAFF PROTO. while license revoked 150.00: Port Mayaca will be "KD.>w-HJw-: '. Ryder can supply any size
or 30 and 10 days William R. .. ,'I _,
; Show-How" in which various Instructors p1,
[the Elks Lodge last Wednesday Holmes, unlawful by the hour, week
speed 15.00
annual service honors or demonstrate skills Inrope GREG RICKETSON. recently \
ening The was special honor in all Elks I S days. I or year. I '
| Brothers who have passeday I Lodges for J Lodge. I miking, rope whipping knot assigned to Fort Gordon. Ga.
I l President John F, Ken. Musical feature of the service tying, lashing personal. first aid completion of basin train Service you can depend onl! i
,, daring the year. and there' nedy, member of the Boston, I I (Dec. 4, 1963) upon I
Mast. was a vocal trio, Chris Kelly I I and realistic first aid. Patro: lenders Ing la looking forward to two i'
Gen Strickland, '
public drunk,
will then instruct the boys in weeks vacation In Clewlaton 'I
. .J -.i{ drunk$35.00,; $2500 Stanford or 5 Jumper days;, Robert public their patrols in the same skills. during Christmas holidays his RRYDER 1
Good camping practices will also first leave since entering service
Spillman, public drunk, $3500
be taughtThe after graduation from ClewIston :
t- Paul L. Cunningham improper Order of Arrow will to on JUlia School In Jane. Aztec and San Pedro YU 27031t

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\;\. Ctewlston it Denmead'i Trailer Flint, his wife, Gwln Diana weeks. are
I Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fit. I making their
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3 and son Jerry Jr. 3 LaBelle
I Park, across from the Sub Office. Lynn
't Thursday December 12 1863 Section Two I
L-: Flint replaced Gene Harrison
I 4 : who returned to the armed service,I
';i' affic Check town West 8027.of Pacific Avenue, 8,849. r.r'r and assumed his duties the first Remember REA Express when Ordering for Chilstng.
of November. He is a graduate of
West East of of Pacific Royal, 8,505.Palm Avenue, 'r Alva High School, and the Univer- I Fait Service Fr.. Pick up and Delivery
r In Clewiston 8,179. sity of Florida In May of 1963. His
*,. East of Royal Palm Avenue, primary duty will Include supervision YU 2-2141
of the county 4-H Clubs.
State Road Department of Florl. 8,619. I
da made a check of traffic on Sug- West of Circle Drive East 8,901 x
arland Highway and SR 832 In East of Circle Drive, East, 7,671 :f:1iJI
Clewiston during a 24 hour period West of Francisco Avenue, 8,729
+, this week. East of Francisco, 9,187. e f.You'll.
f East City Limits, 6.223.
The count la routine and Is taken Road 832 South of U. S. 27, 2686.
at varying interval at points over Road 832 South of Trinidad Ave- \t'1 1I
i the state for use of the depart- nue, 2,757. I
"' ment and In planning maintenance.The the highway. system 2,031.Road 832, South City Limits, _

following figures! were re-
ported on the meters In the loca-
l, at. tions West listed City: Limits: Southbound Harlem Now Has I find the unusual at CORBIN'S

3,518; Northbound. 3,984. Postal StationThe ERNIE MILLER OF CLEWISTON VOL. FIRE DEPT. examines _
West of Circle drive, west side
the cab of Marvin Zlpperer'i Mack tractor following I fire of un- I Give Gift that
r, of town: Southbound, 3,739; North--, Post Office department has dertermlned origin late Friday night south of Clewiston. Zlpperer a Blooming
bound, 4128. established a rural station at Har- tad unloaded a load of cattle at the Bloomberg Ranch slid was
_East of.Circle_-drive west side--of lem, which opened this week in a enronte home to Tampa when he discovered the blase In the cab 'S'!j Grows! Plants
behind him.The track leased to Al Bellotto, Inc. of Lakeland was '
She 11 love
,, the limited cab Interior. a To
badly damaged though fire was U the brighten your horn
The track fire was Investigated by Sheriff Earl Dyess and Deputy for the holidays
See the New 64 Models
Lea Carlton and ocenred about C miles south of Clewiston on 8R House
55x10'( Deluxe Marlette 2 bedroom fully furnished 132. STAFF PHOTO. Poinsettias
55x10' Bath & Half Marlette 3 bedroom5Oxl0' small building In Block G on Ala-I has been available for several Plant Bloomtn.l1 Double Red
bama Street with Mrs. Hazel Z. years. a. Now
Rogers, clerk in charge.
office Fruit Tree 1.49
The hours which the new
will 25 hours
The office operate
u Cranbrook & Belmont 2 bedroom fully each week, and will otter almost will open will be kept posted on I
the door of the building They are Flaminl1 8pher8"
'' furnished. every postal service available approximately two hours each Imported new, unusual
anywhere. It will sell stamps
morning and two In the afternoon
Special $3950.00 issue deliver[ money letters orders and, will parcel mail post and, justed and the to exact meet hours the are needs being of the ad- Amaryllis Bulbs 1.95 pot
and when space In available will I
'residents of Harlem Community.
have boxes for rent. Boxes haveeen Azaleas ...1.69 ;
but '
> authorized at the station
Repossessed like new 57x10' Chicasha Office the space available now Is too County Agents I Let her choose for her- \ Red blooming
crowded for their Installation.The i i
Trailer Custom Built. Continued from Page 1) sell
establishment of this fa-
cility was announced by the Postal sonvllle and the University of : Give Her A AFRICAN I
..';; All these mobile homes on display at Department and Senator George Florida. Gallo received his mar ;
,f Smathers notified G. D Rogersof ter's degree In 1960 at Gainesville. Violets 1.69
Cor bin ...
the new service, his wife is the Since that time he has served as I
; ; new clerk. assistant county agent In Citrus
: Postmaster A. W. Slas says this and Pinellas counties. Garden Books
l''i office will operate In a manner The new agent, his wife, Judy, I Gift i
830 E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 2-2661 similar to those at Benbow and and two sons Bill, 7 and M itt, 6,
, : :- other camps where such service are presently making their home In
-, Certificate "Florida Plant Selector" ___. $1.50

Information about 100 popular plants
irr I shrubs and trees. How to use them in

,r Fl I 0 W e r "landscaping your home
r.J Florida Lawns and Gardensll 1.50
, + ,,
t r t.J I ... Gat her e r Complete and authoritative handbook on
FlorIda gardening will make him
: :: j1L I -./ i an
I Snips the stem & holds expert
"f,,,", To Mr. and.Mrs. Clewiston: the one hand flowers all with IIFlonda Insects" _______..... 1.50

Florida bugs, and what to do about them

r ii I T'DANKS.J i? $2.50 "You can grow orchids" _...0 1.95i

Fish Aquariums ACCESSORIES that

To wonderful and of will add to pleas-
ti your reception acceptance Complete I tank with Air FISH your
'r'' I Pump & Under Gravel ure in your aquariumheater -
the 1964 Valiant Cars
Chrysler Plymouth Filter, from lights, aqua vac f

I $15.95 Cleaners

Beck Motors .

:;;: Parrakeets Cages '.t; .

Leads I & Accessories :

o Special Price r

.In the list of all Chrysler dealers in the Atlanta Parrakeets $2 each '\

area. Your Clewiston dealer is in the top position. .. I I With Purchase o/ Cages

(with less than 3 weeks to go in the sales con- Bird Feeders A Gift for your Pet

test, we have the possibility of winning a trip to R .

rr,, Hawaii for the Mrs. and me). Dog Sweaters Collars,

tb. Harness. Feeding Dishes,

In Appreciation, we are offering a J i A Beds & Mattresses
HOLIDAY Pet SuppliesI "

"Lawn "
( Boy Power Mowers |

ROCK BOTTOM PRICES and HIGHEST {I" II For Redbirds and for With :"finger tip" Start.
"" all Birds. Hang! one out This one will say

] C TRADE. IN VALUES on our 1964 line. 4 N side enjoyed your all window year to .be erry'Christmas" the year.

7; I $1.25 000 01 0 01. U

' I ; ; I. Let us Finance << ::.;:.: WILKINSON Garden Tools 4

.. % Electric Hedge Make Wonderful Gifts!
: ',:.: Your New Car 4 Ii TrimmersGarden stay Cutting sharp edges for years.of sword steel

r;;I+ For Only ."' 10 different tools O QC UD
Carts & .
w r ,'1 Interest t' Wheel Barrows
.. ,I : I Bonus
Y ,
,*J. "I Happy Package of I 5 Wilkinson Super -
'J "" Shopping
I Sword Edge Razor Blades
To You, At FREE with purchase of any

BECK MOTORS t tr ; Wilkinson Garden Tool

\' Farm & Garden SufClewwton
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