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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tigers Weakened Sweetest"America's Town" The Clewiston News

2 Sections, 16 Pages
Tourney "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston and ttcndry County."

VOLUME 38 NUMBER 52 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 26, 1963 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. J43.J. PJ4. Subscription 4.00 year

Opens- Here Friday- 6 Contractors Enter '

Ha Clewiston Tigers will enter The Tigers had been picked
by :
Holiday Tournament without some a. the team "to be.t"
Mike"Maxima, who to :
services of Mazzina's Injury HIs absence
be out of action for appro** will be keenly felt
ntt because of lib I Club Pro BidsSix
..eiy six weeks, because of a exceptionally fine floor WOrk and ,; .'. Shop
rokeD fIner suffered. In LaBelle he has consistently been among ,

ursday night. the top scorers In the young "
son. Ie.-I T- contractors submitted bids Ing base bids, (and the alternatesIn

Basketball Okeechobee. Pahokee and Belle ranging from $84,593. to $94,945 for each):
Men's Glade will bring fine ball clubs to I f construction of a golf pro shop anda McKenzie Construction Co: CombInation *
dewliton for the tourney which country club house at the golf base bid, $70,831,180 days]
League Monday gets underway .t 7:00: Friday course In Clewiston. The city; commission clubhouse, $45473. 110 days; pro
with Belle Glade evening which received and opened shop, $25.358. 70 days i
Competition win began Monday hokee and Clewiston\ playing ]P.! h t) the bids Thursday afternoon, how- DeVos Construction Co.: C0m-
and _
using. December 30. In the City; playing ta the Okeechobee ever, referred the bids to the architect blnatlon base bid, $94,945,150: days
a,1! League under the directionthe o:30, nightcap ,t for study and recommendation.Action Clubhouse, $82,157, 90 days; pro
Clewiston Recreation Deartment On Saturday Is expected at the next regular shop, $34,581, 90 days .
and Woody Carruthers, first night will losers of the commission meeting January 8. I Kennedy Construction Co.: Com
ssistant director. solation game and compete In a coo- The bids will require much study blnation bid $64,593. 210 days; dubs
rive teams have been sponsor- game the championship since they were submitted on pro house $42.181, 120 days; pro shopj
d br Corbin's Farm and Ranch new is scheduled pitting for Friday1 win- shop and country: club separatelyand $22,992. 90 days.Braddock j
apply. Parkinson's. Thrifty Drug tournament li 8:30. The combined In one bid and also Construction Co.: Com)
ladlo WOW?, and Glades Gas, with the site .n'.nnual affair with eight alternates In addition to blnatlon) base bid: $84.000.220 days*
th each team roster having ten tween the being rotated be- the base bid. The bids were askedin clubhouse, $55.746, 120 days; pro
:oat at the present. Game participating cities this manner In order to assurea Shop, $29,815. 100 days. ,{
J be played every Thursday and ,444 base bid low enough for consideration M. R. Chernin Construction Co.f
'eI1- ther Monday night, the would be received. Bids Combination base bid, $76.748. 120days
rst starting at 8:15: and the secid Meet I were rejected at the first opening. ; clubhouse, $53,948. 100 days;
at approximately 9:15.: Early For M11" :JIY, 1 Carroll Lewis of the firm of Pea- pro shop $24.748, 30 days
cock and Lewis, architects. Palm John H. Gossett: Combinationbase
the end of the 13 game "
At Beach, was on hand for the bid bid. none; clubhouse $40.933*
hedule, a single elimination will Christmas opening and read aloud the follow- 120 days; pro shop m,812. H
held, with the winner and run Contractors and representativesattending

rep receiving trophies. Members of ,the t Clewiston Kl-\ the opening were J. E.,

(Clip and Save) wants held their Christmas Party Holladay (McKenzie), Ralph Cher, :
at the Inn Tuesday, December 24, U.S.D.A..Sets Prices nIn; M. DeVos; Jack M. and Robert -' )
ooday. Dec. 30. Parkinson's vs.Cabin's because of the H. Braddock and Richard M.:
holiday. Gifts were A BABE IN THE MANGER, Is another ef ClewI A large number of viewers pauseIaton'a
WOWY vs. Thrifty taken for Cone and W E. Bailey (Kennedy) ;
needy children, with mat impressive Christmas seenes, and nightly to admire the setting for the miracle ,
ooday, Jan. 8, Glades Gas vs. members whose names began with Is located nest to Parkinson's on Sngsrland which we ebienre each year.-STAFF PHOTO. On 63 Sugar CropThe Study of each bid and the altefDates -,
WOWY, Corbin's vs. Thrifty A-J bringing toys for boys and the will be made, said Mayor

hursday. Jan. 0, Parkinson's vs. remainder bringing, toys for little U. S. Department of Agriculture Jones, and after consultation with'the
girls. today announced Its determination architect and the country club'advisory
Thrifty, Glades Gas vs. Corbin'siiirsday Everglades Tropical Gardens
Announcement has also been of fair and reasonable committee, the commis-j
Jan. 18, Parkinson's vs. slon will award the .
made that the January 1st meetingwill prices, for the 1963 crop of sugarcane
Glades Gas, WOWY vs. Corbin's be held on December 31 at Receives Among the country club members

ooday, Jan. 20, Thrifty vs. the.Inn. Wider Recognition The determination continues present for the opening were H. T.
Glades Gas WOWY vs. Parkin-' weonesaay, January 8 has been generally the provisions of the Vaughn, Jr., Earl Morrison, Bob
ion) 'iiursday selected for installation of officersat Clewlston's single tourist attraction are all "on wing" which means i gardens by Carribean guides who 1962-crop determination, except Berner, LeRoy Hare, Eddie Crosby
which time Claud Glddens.will Everglades Tropical Gardens, they are free to fly about the gardens have been carefully trained, not that: the definition of "season's av.] Warren Howell.Commissioners .
Jan. 23, Parkinson's vs. be Installed as president; Sonny receives increasing attention each and are neither caged nor restricted only in the tour Itself but In the erag price" is revised to meet attending the
Corbin'.. WOWY vs. Thrifty Stalls, vice president; James Bran year, though the owners and mangers : In their movements. | botannleal names and history of the changing marketing practices for meeting w.re'Ma1Or Tom Jones,
iursday, Jan. 30, Corbin's vs. don"and C. J. Neflson. wQ continue Mr. and Mrs. C J. Gonter- 'The. Gardens did not "just hap. Many enticing plants which are Florida's raw sugar production.The Commissioners Fred. C. Sikes and
Thrifty, Glades Gas vs. WOWY in their'p sent capacities as man are modest' about their pen. They are the result of careful shown the tourists. provisions of the 1963 determination Leon Bembry.
secretary and treasurer. achievements with this truly tropical planning and a prodigiousamount ; I When U. S. 27 Is four-laned paatI are expected to continue ,A44
wday, Feb. 3, Glades Gas vs.Cabin's Directors for th., new 1ear'will showcase. of labor through some i I the point at which the Gardens are the sharing relationship! betweenthe Elks Club, PlanaHoliday
Parkinson's vs. Thrlf- be ipj. W. Beardsley, Oration Clewiston residents! sometimes years. The 34 acre tract Is not;, located, there will be a new ap- producer end processor: which
17uirsday. George Keith King W. G. Perry, 'top in to visit the widely advertised fully developed In gardens yet. o proach to them. The entrance U has existed In recent years, PartiesA.
Feb. 8. Parkinson'svi. Ken Swayne, Harry Vaughn, Jr., gardens and attsrctions other Seven acres of lit however! present;, 'on the present narrow, winding Independent producers received C. EllIson, Exalted Rulerof
Glades Gas, WOWY vs. Cor- and, Leslie Weetman. localities without realizing the a panorama of*' beauty which,, road, and- the sharp turn off the from professor forthelr 1962-crop tie Clewiston. BFOE: No. 1853
bn'i beauty which lies within a few strikes the Visitor at every step of highway across tilt canal bridgeis sugar cane an average payment of has announced two social 'fting--. ,, ,e
444 h,1 short miles of their own homes. the gently winding pathways which abrupt. There will be a new entrance about $815 per ton. In addition, ions of the holiday: season.A .
iiwday, Feb. 13, Thrifty vs. But each year, more and more visitors pierce the seemingly natural jungle i driveway leading from the producers received Sugar Act pay- free cocktail party will beheld
Glades Gas, WOWY vs. Parkineon's i 8th Grader Party and local residents, visit the growth. o new U. S. 27 when It is completed. manta amounting to about $15 per Christmas eve from 7:30 until -
gardens and help spread the word Plants and trees In this garden, It will pass through their own ton of sugar cane. 9:00 p.m. at the Lodge for

QY. Feb. 17. Glades Gas vs.WOWY i At Youth CenterThe of the beauty and scenic arrangements are true tropical; orchids ,are i property and may prove a ,more The Sugar Act of 1948, as amended "paid up" members and their
Corbin's vs. Thrifty of the many tropical shrubberies growing and blooming, outdoors.nd desirable approach than the present requires producer who process wives only Music will be provided
Charles E. Wetherald Youth which In the. Gardens. there is seldom
grow a day when one sugar cane grown by other producers for entertainment during the
may! Feb. 20, Glades Gas vs.Parkinson's Center was the scene of a festive Adding to the charm of the gardens there are not blooms for visitors to I Clewiston residents may well to pay not less than the prices sociaL
WOWY vs. Corbin's'ray party Friday evening, when the are the many varicoloredbirds : admire. Mrs. Gonterman Is extremely take pride In the lovely Gardens determined by the Secretary of I On New
Year's Eve dance
Feb. 27, WOWY vs. students of the Junior High 8th which flit about the trees, generous with these flow near their city and may direct tourists Agriculture to be fair and reasonable a
will be held for members and
Parkinson's, Thrifty vs. Glades grade enjoyed an event given by and obligingly! pose for pictures, ers. Each lady receives a small orchid and visitors there with no as one of the conditions for
Cu the PTA room mothers. under proper conditions.: The birds I when they are "In season"which i I qualms that the visit will not be a receiving Sugar Act payments on their guests at the Lodge with
dancing from 9.00 until
: 1 a.m.;:
( when the blooms
means sre very enjoyable one. their production.A .
plentiful). Some of the varieties I music being furnished by Jack

I Roger Babson Predicts Lower Taxes, i I sway grown gracefully sprays In the from of garden blooms the many otherwise have which luxuriant i I I Tigers A Taller A 4 held 1963.public In Belle hearing Glade,on Fla.prices, May was 8, said.Davis be and-$5.00 his per band.couple Admissionwill Ellison

No Depression In Annual Forecasttime I I bare-appearing The Gardens plants are Mrs. Gonter- i
man's, but much of the planningand CowboysThe Champion Chutists In
a large amount of the work
am ttlll emotionally upset as I during the coming session of 1964 will see a bigger deficit than can be credited to Mr. Gonterman. Clewiston Tigers go Into
'q this forecast after the brutal Congress; and it will surely be this year's. I,Many years ago Mrs. Gonterman the Holiday Tournament sportinga
sMstnation 1, started developing the Gardens. three-two record the ,
of President Ken made retroactive to January 7. DEPRESSION on strengthof Meet
V. I, however, will try to subr 1964. The tax cut should help consumer Whether for better or'for worse, Her father and her husband were their 52-32 victory over the FridaySundaySome
r my emotions and base this buying\ : it may even \Increase the voters have been taught to both Interested In the farming operation LaBelle Cowboys there Thursday
rout of 1964 on the facts as I general business. (chiefly citrus) In the area, night l
'rpret them. believe they can and should get and the Gardens were a hobby for Clewiston with four starters over of the world's best skydivers witness the jump.' Precision and
4. CIVIL RIGHTS something for nothing and only a her However, they soon outgrew 8 feet and Bill Carithers pushing will be In Clewiston thisweekend accuracy are Important In sky-dlv.
orl NEW PRESIDENTWs Some sort of civil-rights bill will severe depression could ultimately the "hobby" stage and an now a 6'7" were head and shoulder above for the second annual ing and the amount of maneuvering -
emphatically that Presl- be passed by Congress during change this belief, J, however, full time job and operation for the the hometown boys who were all South Florida Winter InvitationalSky which is possible by 'chutists
Johnson may accomplish far 1964. The Administration\ wants to look for no depression In 1964. couple, plus their helpers. under the six foot mark. The Diving Competition. Paul Pop- Is almost\ unbelievable to the un-

11 constructively No- please the South and hold its Democratic 8. AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK- Visitors are escorted through the teams were knotted at ..8 In a slow wnhager, president of the South initiated.
bee 1964 than our later PreslM 'votes there, but the civil- Although crops, prices, and farm first period after which the Cowboys Florida Parachute Association, Team jumps, baton passing, etc.
"* have been able to do. rights bill now before Congress is Income may be basically dependent were outscored: In every quar- sponsoring the meet, states the will be on the jump program at the
tent Johnson understands not satisfactory to the white people on the weather, much of the Teach your Youngsters ter World Champion Skydiver. Jim meet this weekend.
bow to handle Congress, and of the North. Therefore I world Is short of food. Russia's and Mike Mszzlna, Tiger set shot artist Arender, seen often on television 444
!lie wnfldence of businessmen. forecast that whatever civilrightsbill China's heavy purchases of grains traffic safety and speedy floor ace suffered jumps, will be the judge of the
'Itfore, I am reassured as to is psssed before the election will do more to bolster U. S. tarn i broken finger In the third period contest, and Army and Navy teams Received AwardIn
"t ten months of 1964 of 1964 will be considerably water- income than will governmentsupported and will be out of action for several from Fort Bragg, N. JC., Fort I i iI
tel down. prices In 1964. weeks. Campbell, Ky., and Pensacola, will
11 ELECTION IN NOVEMBER- WEAR Al Morrell lead the Clew toG attack take part In the competition. Burlington
tile Republican Convention In I. NEGRO PEOPLE- 9. DOW-JONES INDUSTRIALS with 16 points, matched by The meet will be held at Air
"""wr of 1964 there will beet The Negroes will continue to I forecast that the stock market LsBelle's Mike Coins 18. lades Airport headquarters of the Mrs J. Donald Moody, whose
0 between Goldwater and make progress and get more, but I as measured by the DowJones Average II,... Imprev* South Florida group husband la the son of Mrs. Pant
;kee1ler! and perhaps others. predict that the gains will have to will make a new high In Lead by Bobby Jones, the Tiger U the weather Is favorable, approximately Moody of Clewiston. has been honored
Ws reason Mr. Nixon may come largely through> changing st- 1964. but may sell lower after the Jayvees continue to show improve- 85 'chutists will jump as the 1963 Young Woman of
b Und get the Republican nom- titudes of the people.the elections.\ However, readers must ment and were edged by the Baby during the three days of compel the Year in Burlington .?. C. Her
en. Certainly President John- the situation wNehe the remember that the market maybe Cowboys 48-40 In one of their best Uon. The program will go on selection was made by the Burlington
>will secure the nomination of prohibition problem ,very deceptive. games to date. Jones scored 16 steadily\ all day Friday, Saturday Junior Woman's Club and she
"nocratlc Party: ; he Is a far- good people of the E'h.ffiS STOCKSOf points. Phil Stinnett paced with 20 and Sunday. There U no admission received the award at the Christmas
hbcea Ie4 > and know politics.. could be solved 11. SPECULATIVE points. Oewiston's Jones tallied 18. charge and spectators are we!,. banquet.
with the Republicans Such reforms take place only as the approximately. : stocks comed. Mrs. Moody is a graduate of
tins any one of the three the minds .for of the people listed on the New York Stock Exchange Bowden Clewiston 14-2- A.Yoder Morrell 7-2-18, Among those who have sent in Mars Hill College,. and active in
lOg IIImea mentioned above, I are changed the better. a majority\ have been going 2-5-9. Baldree, 0, Carithers registrations\ for the meet are W1J- Junior Woman's Club Parent-
forecast that President John- 8PENDINOOf down while the Dow-Jones list M. 3-0-6, Mazzlna 3-2 barn attle,. vice president of the Teacher Association Cub Scouts I
-8. Morrell
tip be elected President of 6. GOVERNMENT of 30 which everyone watches have DARK Totaa-l l4-5Z.1-5-7, Bible 2-0-4. 1964 World's Fair New York, and Brownie Troop. She is a teacher !
Gated\ States In November, course in the long: rosa the been going up. This is due to the and Maxlne Hsrtmann 31, of a Sunday School Class and I
All <* this gives me more survival of a nation ouldthde- purchase of Dow-Jones Issues today LaBelle Foots 0, Allen 2-1-5, New York City; one of the six women chairman of the "Student Away
ur 00j that 1964 should be a pend upon. its spending largely by trustees, pension Coins 6-1-16. S. Stinnett 3-7-7, M. members of the U. S. Olympic from Home" Department of her
hart It takes in. Nowadays, however, funds, mutual companies, and others City,of ClewistonPolice Stinnett 3-3-9, Hall 0-2-2. Totals Parachute team. church.
It is unfashionable-for consumersor that prefer fairly conservative -14-11-39. Average ago of the 'chutlsta is 33, She received
T.tt a placque with engravings
CtT- govemment-to hive balanced 'I Clewiston ........_ 9 16 13 14-52 said Poppenhsger, who extends
a details
giving of the
tag cut will be enacted aome- budgets. Therefore. I predict that Continued on Fag Eight LaBelle t 9 10 11-39 cordial Invitation to the public to award.CHRiiTh'AS. I





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Thursday, DecemDe 4963 Section One Qtwteton meet in the annual affair. IIIms-1

The Clef 'kJii: News program The recent in Hendry"crash" County TB X-Ray re DEAR MISTER EDITOR: how to add and subtract, but he'll

M dmme presently in the hospital On account of this being the make the journey in good shape
and another scheduled for ad- Yuletide season with Christmas and win by a landslide.
Published every Thursday at tW Central Avenue, dewlston. missjon according to a Health De- right around the corner, the fellers Bug Hookum told the fellers he irKs
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc.. a Florida Corporation. partment representative. alb the country store Saturday aimed to make a New Year'a res-
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1. 1927, at the Post Meanwhile, another visit is being 1 night was handling matters In the olution not to discuss politics in
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3. scheduled in January and if spirit of peace on earth and goodwill 1964. Bug: allowed as how it was

1870. you were among the missing, you for everybody.Zeke mighty hard fer him to git on this
arc urged to avail yourself of the 1 Crubb was commenting on subject without expressing hlsself
EDITORIAL I opportunity, for a free chest X-Ray. I how Christmas has swapped ends. in unrellgious language and he
pRIDq.o NATIONAL A S c8T'3NU..IO'II Hendry county's active case. in the last 30 )lftr.. Zeke allowedas had promised his preacher he'd doa
have far outgrown the excepted how it was hard to find a little better along] this line. Far-
N U 11m'' rate and while a number of the young'un no more that believedin thermore, claimed Bur they wasn'tno MewSi
cases are from migrant or transient Santa Claus but now that the issue in the 1954 elections. The
NO c y BERYL BOWDEN. Publisher workers, they all are not. Guvernment was operating on the Democrats will say things is good,
C 1963 S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor: With the germ present, we must ,give-away plan, the voters kepta i the Republicans will say things is

.q 11 ON Subscription Hates ". ., $4.00 per year aU take extra precautions. TB stocking hanging by the chimney bad, and the one that hollers the
(Return Postage Guaranteed) found !in early staffs can be readily )- year round and checked it twict loudest has the best chanct to win.

I Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 cured late stages can and a day. I Clem Webster announced he Frank and Edna
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves often are fatal. :t They t' ap of truth, Mister would git around to 1964 at the I Rodriguez
the right to reject any objeetional advertisement! -asIn jff Editor, Zeke was lay 'I proper time that he had no big
THE NEWS ..ume. no r.iponall illty for the return of un.ollcltedlIIanu."rlpt. ing. Fer I was reading in complaints fer 1963 and that the
THH*NEWS or photomphf aiiumtn no financial rn[>onilbllltjr for typographical I the past five days we have the paper here a candidate fer 1 1 folks that was hollering was bit '-:. :i
rrora or ommliulon In ailvortlmnitnt but If notified of Hen errors b.- produced 41 pages I think Congress from Georgia was promising by their own dog.
fore the next l..u. of the paper will rprint correctly that part of the for Clewiston, LaBelle
.dv..tl .m.nt In which the error occurred.. In the event a Lime element newspapers the voter he'd git 'em bigger :, Personal, Mister Editor, I'm
o would render the correction ...lu.I.... the New. will reduce the price and Moore Haven and chipped in old age pensions, a free cancer willing to let 1963 go out in peace.
of the advertliement by an amount equal to the peroeateae of the total an extra A&P handbill which is n
apace a. the erroneous or omitted copy rented. clinic more training fer trade 1 My money is talking like it was
quite load for a shop our size. I
a children.I
schools and handicapped about exhansted but I've had good
-- Though rather weak physically I expansion of the welfare and public health and ain't needed none of
i 'keeper" said someone him incerely wish for each and everyone health aid to !
gave departments more that medicine care fer the aged or
the dog!" At any rate, everyonewas a Very MERRY CHRISTMAS. cities more farm research, in-I physical fitness fer the young.
I happy: the dog was back May it be the happiest ever! creased strength fer the highway
I Sonny Sez I home, Marty and Urey were all I patrol and development of mountain 1 A Merry Christmas to you and to

i smiles and Sheriff Earl had solved 'I' scenery-and no new taxes.He'll your readers and advertisers
another fall Yours ,
I. truly
case.,1 run into a few stumps in I
Among the happiest dog owners the road from, voters that knows Uncle Dan.

In Clewiston are Marty and Urey It's Now I _.-_ .. ..- ..-------.-."-,,, ".,_,,,,_".,, ,,,._m._....""..',.,,..',,.,..,,,.',,,.,",,,,_
Waldron at the recovery of their Someone got their wires crossed I History :33: "i''rO'al.; ?.1'sssiTMfaii, : itaiiFuller's ; '! .',,111.11''. ? "-? -

"hound" a couple of weeks last week and it wasn't the NewsWe ,
Seems the beloved dog suddenly were told by a Lion representative THIRTY YEARS AGO I England Lord Shackleton took this
disappeared In September and that Santa "would" arriveon (From Clewiston News Follies news to be worthy of a bit of chest

could be found nowhere despite Saturday this year and on the December 22, 1933) '. ", .* thumping. "Britons," boastedLord
t offers of reward, etc. Pictures of basis of this Information the story SEAL FULLER Shackleton, "are more edible
the was written. For the inconvenienceto The Clewiston Telephone Company !than Americans."
dog were given tj Sheriff Earl '
Dyesj who promptly the large crowd that gathered made its rejected check of We Americans recently receivedthe e y
to other law enforcement de- Saturday morning, we are Indeed phone calls and that an SUPREME insult. And from Do you yearn for teg: uaowl-
sorry average> of 738 calls (not including' some lowly CANNIBALS in Polynesia there erM 70. aft ; tck
partments In the area. Soon a call edge? It so, OC'cai :
calls) handled by
rooming were It's hard enough to
came In asking for positive: identI- -si- I' yet. book in which you caMiJR Hated
the local operator daily She was stand all the we're getting
fication in North Fort Myers. As gaff many Interesting sub ects. Thisgovt
Hope you are planning! to be on wakened an average of five times but I think
from civilized ld'JtI&tflte4t
the people also tells where
men got out of the car, the band publication 7allt
and I
Friday and
Saturday between midnight
missing canine began to Jump bark for the night cheerful this recent affront is too, too much. you can obtain a manual for the
Holiday Basketball Tour- Through It all, she keeps .
These cannibals no longer allow choose.
roll over and over no ney here. Mythical, and ," added the News. I subjects you
"lake obliging
doubt of championship" their tribes to eat Americans. They The book produced by the l
ownership says Earl. The was 1IJ fPARKINSON'S
will be decided as Okee- Charlie Tlgertall. Seminole % :J
_. ... ..._..__. _- -. of the Trail Indians, was found 'I say. American fat is contaminated. Center for Programmed Instruc- ( :
drowned In his car In a canal south 1 With all tb news these days tion, Inc., N. Y. under a $21,859
of Fort Myers. He was the first I about dangers from Increasing use grant from the Office of Educa
of chemical poisons on farm
Seminole to "take to the white I tion.
man's money and keep it." He crops, word has gotten to even There are two subjects that I DEPT. STOREThe
owned a store and did business with these primlUv savages that Americans think are very noteworthy. For

white men,-thus helping lead his have 11 parts per million those many, many poor souls who '
fl i people ta: adopt the customs and DDT in their bodies do not know how to watch girls ':::::- <
lousiness dealings Of the present Recent test showed that the properly there is available a
day. British hays only 2 parts per million "Glrlwatcher's Manual.

1 Il Congressman J. H. Peterson addressed DDT in their bodies. And inCHRISTMAS For those who are the sporting .,'. ', > ,
__ the Clewiston Kiwanis type along different lines there'sa
!st4.wheel! drive vehicle i in the world'a. ,
1 Club on Legislation of the session, WW book (only SI.75)) called "How to [ ,
: assuring citizens that the dike I: Watch a Football Game."
work oe Lake Okeechobee would Of course they even have a few
ii conUnveH dull manuals such-as "Advanced .

FRIENDS I I >iV for Christmas with the SUdy Rule," "Number Digression,'" *
Phonetics I & II" and "Vectors. .
C, It!, Allen family were their 1 .
fine folk like you who make ,fauRhtei( VP sta. f: im a school: In I I.
Christmas emorest, Oa., and their tons, IU St Petersburg. Fla-A Pinellas
a pleasure and
John from Hampton Roads Va., Park resident said he was relaxing :1F
it's always so nice to wish you and Wallace of New York City. ;.r: in his chaise lounge, enjoying a
; :r.- cool drink, when suddenly a twister -
Joys without :
t measure I Best TWENTY::: YEARS AGO \.'.: :o. 1f.. '1 from a line squall picked him
Holiday Wishes (From Ctewlston News
,1 up-chaise lounge, drink and all-
December 21. 1943)) i.1.:._ and deposited him very neatly

ERNIE'S a I across his back yard.; I II
BARBER SHOPLLOYD The Cadet Club located in the ;
I don't know what he was drinkIng :
east wing of the old Administration
COLLINSIt's F1V1E MILLER building, held Open House and a 1.'t-L but might like to try one of I

"* Christmas party for the Riddle /. \ I those. F--
Field Cadets, all of whim> were Invited
to the exclusive Everglades -}: Peterborough, Eng.-When the
Club in Palm Beach for Christmas film 'Savage Sam" appeared at the DOEWAJ
}ay local cinema, 37 dog lovers took
their canine pets to see the pic- Wide range of body styles, two
r DI T n',\ciatures: were freezing or
successive ture because it stars a mongrel. chassis lengths or diesel
b : w on three days I gas
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son Mike, of Vero Beach. While Glddens' mother, Mrs. A. F. X-Ray Unit's Visit Stockman's
here the visitors enjoyed a tour of Kurth of Orlando are guests of his Gelt

the Clewiston Sugar R us'. parents Mr. and Mrs. Claud M. Finds One TB CaseOne I S? 'Inspection
Miss Charlene Jones spent the Giddens for the holidays. I Clew
weekend visiting her sister. Miss :Miss Barbara Nelson and Miss I person is now hospitalizedand : shop has iL5 !
! '. ", Ruthie Jones In West Palm Beach Barbara Baird cf Palm Beach receiving treatment for tuberculosis which manufacture long III m
' with whom ahe attended a family Junior College are spending the and 10 others are being Ion machine 'Pl'eth
I(, reunion at the Vero Beach home holidays at their homes in Clewis' given more detailed tests for possible Inspection last parts Week was livea I
of another sister. ton. illness as the result of the ment procurement by a
Mrs. Evelyn Shelly of New Orleans 0 (. 0 recent visit of the X-Ray Unit PruJtt, of the BirmIn.harn officer, JI:
Is spending the holidays visiting brought to Hendry county. Stockman is now omen
her .father E. E. Kelly Mrs. New Cancer Meet .el parts, and the producing DIe
Kelly, and friends in Clewiston.Mrs. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, chairman, to get I fIr.t-hand Inspectloll t!
Lamar Fad and son of has received the report from the cilities which the loot at the II
West Palm Beach is spending several health department that 1,174 persons connection with shop bas, k
days with her parents Mr. Set For Jan. 15 received chest X-Rays during of such parts possible P\U'cJus.\

and Mrs. Gilbert Suggs. Mr. Ford the two day visit The active direct from Stockn7n''OVt1'llllle:
will join them during the holidays, Eugene M. Fuller president of case now hospitalized, was discovered & .
and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Suggs of I the Hendry County Unit of the by the X-Ray X-Rays of 10 4 ABaptist
West Palm Beach are also here American Cancer Society has set other persons were "suspicious"and
4 S for Christmas Day. 'January 15th (Wednesday), at 8 Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Flgley of o'clock for a meeting at the Clew further tests and X-Rays to detect Visits
Huntington, W. Va. arrived last iston Inn. All persons interested In whether they have tuberculosis or Church

week to spend the holidays with the work of the society, in education 1 not.Another Rev. W Dean
their daughter Mrs. H. W. Shupe research and service are visit of the X-Ray Unit Charlotte will deliver Strap,a imST
and family. urged to attend. will be made in January when both morning and the !
Mrs. Vera Mills left Tuesday to This will not be a Crusade meetIng the largo state X-Ray Mobile Unit Sunday at First evening se
spend Christmas in Orlando with said Fuller but one in which will be in the county and will visit He is coining to the Baptist Chill!!
her sister Mr. H. D. Shupe and a well-qualified speaker will make the labor camps and all other Invitation of the pulpit church *,

other relatives. Mrs. Shupe came you more familiar with the policy areas for a complete survey.WANTED and is a possible : ttl
down Monday for a brief visit and ,of the American Cancer Society pastorate. candidate "
accompanied her on the trip. and its programs. A college and !
r Mr. and Mrs. Curry Powell and "The primary aim of the SocietyIs I ate. Rev. Simpson seminary wffl! be .p+Z t'
-l t.1 ... .. -j children arrived Saturday from to save more lives from cancer: : panted by Ms wife. Betty! indZ
Tallahassee to spend the holidays through its three-phase of
THIS WAS THE DEATH SCENE FOR TWO Hialeah who program three children Mike
men was tailing the sedan According I Davie
with her sister Mrs. W. A. Norman research, education and service. iii:(
Thursday December U, about two miles east of to Trooper Ray Brown, who Investigated the accident Wagon Wheels PattL Everyone Is cordial>! k.vited ,
and Mr. Norman at their This goal can only be achieved !teach
LaBelle on SR 10. Thurman W. McKinley of the Keys to attend the
car traveling at services
was Ugh n rate I sad:!
I home on Poinsettia Street. of us Is willing to accept a and
dewiston. stand' beside his pickup truck while of speed and in the left lane on the carve whenIt Simpson.
and Jackson in the
Mr. Mrs. Louis spent personal responsibility fight
I waiting for an ambnlance. James M. Jackson collided head en with the McKinley tnek. Buggy Wheel
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the weekend In Ocala visiting against CIDcer."Remember. A 0
44. of Bean City brother-inlaw ef McKinley
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: father. Mrs. H. C. Avant accompanied Cancer Is no respecter
killed Robert L. of Contact
was Instantly as was Keys
them as far as St. Cloud of persons.. The life :you may L
I'where she visited her sister. Miss help save COULD be YOUR own! Carroll Benson a.
! Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston Fla. and their three children of New Lula Tyson.Mr. Come learn and live.!I" he con-
t Thursday December 26, 1963 Section On Boston 111. are guests of )Ir. and I and Mrs. C. M. OUphant and cluded. w
Mrs.. Arthur Krueger this week. daughter Sally left the latter part
: j Joining them for Christmas dinner of last week for Marietta Ga., to 4 4 e. EVERYONE READS
I. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wagoner. I attend funeral services of her
Mrs. Frances Rogers, teacher in brother-in-law Stanley Gantt, of 1 Happy XII LeagueFrances AND USESWANT
the elementary school, is spending'' Houston. Texas, who was killed In A
Carlin turned In another
the Christmas holidays in Washington an automobile collision. The Oil- ADS
I 519 scratch ,series with a high
LOCALS D. C. I phants planned to spend :the holidays game of 196. The league welcomed
Mrs. Wm. C. Owen Is spending with other relatives In Green
two new bowlers, Jean Vann and
Christmas in West Palm Beach 'I wood S. C. Wilma Busick.
with her son Wtn. C. Owen. Jr.. Ed Conkllng flew from Lands-

Lief Johnson of Fort Myers was Mrs. John E. Moody and Mr. and family. Joining them for the dale Pa., in his own plane, to Team Standings
the weekend guest of Karl and Eric Moody of Bethany IlL doy Is another son, Richard B. spend the holiday with his parents Potash-Badgett 36 24 and COMEDY
Larsen and other friends In dewls- Lt and Mrs. Steve Johnson of Owen of Coral Gable. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Conkllng. A&W Root Beer 31 29 '
ton.Mr. Columbus Ga. arrived Friday to Mrs. Stuart McFarland of Miami Terry Jane Nash of Holy Name Blades Restaurant 30 30 of the Hitoitf.
and Mrs. H. D. Schick drove visit their parents Mr and Mrs. visited her nephew Antonio Moron Academy San Antonio is spending Dan's Dragline .--..-..,.... 23 37 'TRAGEDY
treat life
I{ to Sebrlng Saturday to meet their Foy Durrence and Mr. and Mrs. and family last week and took the the holidays with her mother, Mrs. I 01 0
!t daughter Miss Sally Schick: who Edgar Johnson, through the holi children, Patricia Tony and Melva Evelyn Nash and her brother, I HI Hdcp Series an "eat, drink
home with her for while Mary Evans ,..._ 577
arrived from Averett College Danville a visit ? i.-i- __ and be merry" ottfhidV The
Va., for the holidays. days.Misses Kathleen and Bessie Lewla their mother was ill In the hospital Jeff.Enjoying Christmas Day with :Frances Carlin 570 Wcry fc Hnf BKRiy die aliiag lo accept the free gift of
at Miami Sat- Ruth Tinman 530
Arriving by plane and
:Miss Molly Mullins arrived last Mr. Mrs. Freeman Hodges,
of Blakely Ga. of ..eeaal ...
she are guests urday from New Orleans were the Sr. will their
week from New Orleans where be sons and daughterand HI _
their nephew W. G. Perry and Hdcp Game
attends Newcomb College to spend family for the holidays Misses Nancy Boy and Judy Bern- members of their families.The Julia Swindle 217 tql,, Cod M foftf' jar wfd, ffaf to save te only lajoftat
hey students at Louisiana State
home here.
at her only absent member
the holidays will be Lt.
Mrs. John H. Hawkins has Frances Carlin .*...... 213 sod >Jfcaf v&MMmr
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Whiddon gone University who are here for Wayne Hodges and family who are fceJere* .. ta should sot peril/( w
Mary Evans ......
to Havana, Florida to spend a 198 .
have as their guests for the holidays Christmas with their parents Mr. In Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph :&sse+.srLuuf&iq. JOM7.16
her son Jlmmle Edwards couple of weeks In her home there and Mrs. John B. Boy and Mr. and Kreuger, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. HI Scratch Series Community Presbyterian Church
and to visit her sister and other
and his daughter Jamie, and her relatives. Mrs. Leon Bembry. Robert Fancer of Fort Myers and Frances Carlin ................. -u.-,,,,,, 519 407 Royal Palm Avenue
daughter, Mrs. Betty E. Ferguson Miss Shirley LaByer arrived on M. and Mrs. Gene McCormack of Mary Evans t-,.,.........,.......!,,,..,,........ 475 HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
of Koeclusko, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robbins and December 13th for a two weeks Tallahassee will be joined at the Helen Elate _...- 404 9:45 A.M. Bible School 6:00 P.M. Youth Fellowship
R. L. Knight of Valdosta Ga. daughter, Cindy Bembryj' will be Christmas holiday from Tilt Col family home for,Christmas dinner HI Scratch Game 11:00: A.M. Worship
was In Clewiston last week visitinghis guests on Christmas Day of his lee.\lt i Forsyth Ga. by Mr. and Mrs; .Freeman Hodges, Frances Carlin ... 196 SERMON SUBJECT

brother Aaron Knight who is parents Mr. and' Mrs. P, D. Rob- :Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Siewertare and Mr. and Mr I. James Hodges of Julia Swindle ?,.........,..?1,...........,...,.. 170 "Crossing the Date Line"
a patient In the Hendry General bins.Mr. enjoying the holidays with their Clewiston. Mary Evan. 164 _
Hospital, and his sister Mrs. J. L. and Mrs. Joe Bundy are daughters Miss Janet Siewert and Guests in the home of Mr. and
McDanleL spending the holidays in Morgantown Mrs. Walter Falk and Mr. Falk all I Mrs. Fred Slices for the holiday
Guests In the home of Dr. and W. V'. students at Florida State University I are her cousins, Mr. end Mrs. Lan
Mrs. E. B. McConville are his Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hill have here for a visit. Ewer and son, Tommy and daughter Clewiston Church
parents Mr and Mrs. Edward J.McConville. left for Knoxvllle to spend the Arriving last week for the holidays Terry of London Ontario. |j Directory
and Miss Betty Me- school vacation with their parents. at the W. C. Prewitt home Among Clewiston residents attending
ConviUe of Cresson, Pa. And Joining Miss Barbara Francisco is spending were Ben Prewitt a graduate student the funeral of D. B. McCarthy ST. MARGARETS CHURCH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD
the family for Christmas\ Day ; the vacation period of the local at St. Joseph's College Philadelphia in Okeechobee Thursday 208 North Atlantic Street Highway 720 312 8. PaeUla Areas
are Mrs. McConville's mother Mrs. school in Graysville, Tenn., with and David Prewltt of Au- were Dr. and Mrs. H. W, Shup. Phone YUkon 2-1811 Rev. Vic Turner Pastor Rev. JM Colemu
G. R. Fuertus and her sister and her family. burn University. John Prewitt of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cexton :Mrs. Clewiston, Florida 9:1: a.m.-Sunday School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Twlddy left the University of Florida and Jerry Anna Mae Jones Mrs. Helen Roberts 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morntof Service
Eisenbent Friday night for Rome Ga. to Prewitt of Huntington College Mrs. Pat Peters Miss Nancy Rev. Larkin L. Connolly 6:45: p.m.Training Union 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship

Home for the holidays from they spend the holidays with their son- Montgomery, Ala., arrived Saturday Powers and Mrs. Beryl Bowden. Sunday Masses 8 a m. & 7:00: p.m. 8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Wednesday:
University of Florida at Gainesville in-law and daughter Sgt and Mrs, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frew Mrs. Rafael Catala drove to Key Weekday Mass 7:00 '.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service
are Mike Durrence Linda Dale Cato, and family itt joined them Sunday evening for West Saturday to bring her grandchildren Holy Day Mass 7:00 p.m.Confessions 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Friday;
p Walker Sandi McConville Rich- Mr. and Mrs. George Espenlaub, a four day stay. Ralph Nlda Robert, Saturday from 4 to S, 7:30 p.m.-YOUDI People *>:
ard Herring, David Clark, Dean who are enjoying a visit from their Misses Judy Vann Marian TolO- Glgl and Debby here for a Christmas and 7 to 8 COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN deavor
Webb, Bill DeLozier Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law and daughter Capt. and eda and Jeanette Francis, and BU! visit p.m. 407 Royal Palm Arcane _
Wayne Beardsley "Chuck" Wells Mrs. Frank Harben and family 01: Swaye and Jennings Ezelle of Stetson Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan are Henry H. Ford Minister COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL
Jr.. and Bob Kehoe. Fairbanks, Alaska expect another University DeLand. are spending spending Christmas Eve and THE CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School HOLINESS! CHURCH
Misses Martha Shows and Linda daughter Mrs. Orble Luke and Mr. the holidays at their homes in: Christmas Day in Sebring with OF GOD 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Booth ClewWoa)
Geiger of Troy State College Troy Luke to arrive today for a visit. Clewiston.Mrs. I their son, Dr. W. H. Jernigan and James F. Kimbrel, Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Nur.ery In the Parish Rev. J. R. Taylor, Put*
Ala., are spending the holidays The Lukes reside In Jacksonvilleand B. M. Carr and Mrs. Joann family.Mr. Sunday: House 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
' here with their parents Mr and are spending Christmas Day Malner have returned to Ocala I and Mrs. John F. Johnstons Sunday School, 10:00: 6.00: p.m. Westminster Fellow- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Mrs. K. O. Shows and Mr. and with his parents in Orlando. following a visit with Mrs. Circa and family of Clearwater spent the Adult Worship 11:00: shipWednesday 1M p.m.-fiundav Evan elli-'
Mrs. J. J. Gelger. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ruell of I IliBt.er. Mrs. F. L. Dunaway in weekend in Clewiston visiting her Youth Worship, 11:00: : Wednesday:
Miss Artis Lawrence of the University South Haven Michigan, visited Mr Clewiston.! grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wm.T. Prayer Hour 7:00 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice 7:43 p.m.-Prayer Service
of Miami, :Miss Diane and Mrs. Arthur Kreuger Thurs Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stltt Evangelistic Rally 7:30: Friday:
Thompson of Barry College Joyce day. The Ruells have their trailer Cornette Christmas Day are their Mr. and Mrs. James F. Stottlarof Tuesday: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST p.m.-Youth Service
Jones of Southern College Lake- parked on Lake Okeechobee near daughter, Mrs. Edythe Nell Winn the University of Chicago are Orchestra Practice 7:01 APOSTOLIC FAITH -
land, Mike Bowden, of Edison Klsslmmee River for the winter and children, Cindy Greg and Er visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday: Sooth Clewiston CHURCH OF CHIBI
Junior College Fort Myers, Sally season. nie of Palm Beach. Carl H. Berner for the holidays. Christ's Ambassadors, 7:45 Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 306 South Central Area*
I Jepson of High Point College N. Arriving Monday for a holiday Mrs. Etta LeIter and her daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Earl Arnold. Minister
'r C., Roger Holoubek of St. Vincent visit with her sister Is Mrs. David Mrs. Mary Owen, are spending! left Sunday for Tallahassee for a I 11:00: a.m.Preaching Sunday:
de Paul Seminary Boynton Beach, W. Agnew, and her daughter Miss Christmas with the latter's ton, visit\ of a few days with their FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday: 10:00: a.OL-Bible School
t, Jack Brandon of University of Lyndal Ann of Ocala. Mr. Agnew Kenneth Stokes and family in daughter and son-in-law Dr. and 102 E. Ventura Avenue, 7:30 v-Prayer Meeting 11:00 a.m.-Worship
South Carolina are in dewiston Is Vietnam as representative 01 DeLand.Mr. Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and family, Rev. Leon M. GambreH Friday: 7:00 n.nv-Worship
for the holidays at their homes. the Navy Department. and Mrs. D. C. Ellis will and their son, BIll Broadfoot, oi Interim Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meet. Wednesday:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orris will Mrs. Pauline Howell has as her have as their Christmas guests Jacksonville, who la there for a 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School lag 7:30 p.m.-MIdweek DerotM"
have as their guests through the guests for the 'holidays her parents their son Douglas B. Ellis, and holiday visit. They will also spenda 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service and Bible Study
Christmas holidays their son John Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe 01 their sister Mrs. Ethel Trimble of few days in Jacksonville with Mr. 6:43: p.m.-Training Union _
Orris and his daughter Kathy Sue Macclenny.Mr. Miami. and Mrs A. R, Broadfoot, Jr., and 8:00: p.m.-Evening Service MARTIX'S CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CRCta
of Dalton 111., and their daughter and Mrs. Shorty Morrison :Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harrington of family.Mr. Wednesday: (Epiaeopal 331 W. Oaeeola *""*
Bradenton are spending this week and Mrs. Urban T. Koch, 7:00: >.m.-Officers: and Teachers 107*> North Pacific Rev. David A. Densto. P*w
with his sisters Mrs. Annie Nail Jr., and family of Fort Lauderdale Meeting / The Rev. dark H. Dorman Vicar ':45 a.m.-Church School
and Mrs. Nell Bryan, in South are spending Christmas here 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Sen- Sunday Services: 11:00 a.BL-Mornlnf *"1CJ.
Clewiston.Mr. with his father U. T. Koch. Sr. ,Ice 7:30 ..m.-Early Eucharist ':00 p.m.-Methodlst Tout ]
and Mrs. Roy Tanner are :Miss Hazel Williams of Wau- 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice 10:30 a.nx-Family Service and lowshlp
Thrifty DrugSPECIAL guests in the home of his sister,I chula is spending the Christmas Church: School. 7:30 pjn.-Eventog rtw-
Mrs. F L. Dunaway. while visitIng holidays with her zoo, Hilton Williams CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions by appointment.KORTHSTOE 'Thursday:
M. C. Tanner South Clewist *
his grandfather and Mrs. Williams. 7:80 p.m.-Cholrj'nctlc
SHOPPER'S LUNCHEON oll'elda. a patient In Hendry Gen- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Miller have Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor MBMONABT _
eral Hospital as guests her mother Mr. J. H. 15..m..sunda1: School B\PTtST CIIUKCH FIRST CHRISTIAN -
Week-end Miss Gwen Glass of St Frazlers Ramage of Chester Ga., and n:00: a.mv Worship Service M4 N. rraaeUee Street North Sulartand Adtadsn
Menus Catholic School, Batesboro S. C., brother. Wendell of Statesboro, 7:00: p.m.-Baptist\ Training Unloa Bro. Chester Johnson B. J. Goodricn. Yids
is spending the holidays with her N. C., who will be here throughthe 8:00: p.m -WorshJp Service Interim Pastor 10:00 a.ni-BIble School
FILLET OF BLUE WATER FISH mother, Mrs. Zara McArthur and New Year holidays. They win :Tuesday 8:09 : 9:45: a.m. -Sunday School. 11:00 a.nv-Communion and t

her sister Miss Margaret Glass also visit relatives In Belle Glade -Brotherhood 11:00: a.m.Mornfng Worship ship Service
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Tartar Sauce French Fries Tim Fourmy a student at Edwards and Pahokee. Wednesday: ':SO pjn.-BTC 7:30: p.m. -Commual ana

Hush Puppies Cole Slawor Academy, Salemburg. N. C. At home foi'Christmas with Thursday 7:30: p.rt Hour of Prayer 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship ship Service.
arrived Thursday to spend Christmas Wednesday:
their parents, Dr: and Mrs. L. M. 8.00: p.mCholr Practice Wednesday
vacation with his mother Mrs. Weetman are their daughter Miss I 7:30 .nw-Prayer Service 7:30 p.mv-BIhU Study

J. F Howell, and Mr. Howell.J. Georgia Weetman, from Ohio State This
A. Duncan drove to St Augustine University and their seas John Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

Macaroni with cheese, en casserole Thursday for his daughter from Murray State College Ky.,
uu Crisp Tossed Salad Pat. and Bobby Barwick both students and Jimmy: from FVirida Presbyterian Hendry County Floyd Howell Parkinson's Inc.
at the Florida. School for the College St. Petersburg, and Motors Agent
Hot Dinner Rolls Butter Deaf who are spending the holidays Bob Weetman College of Medicine STANDARD OH, COMPAMT Complete *** ?* see
at their homes h re. University of Cincinnati. Phone 1-6501 _
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. Miss Lyn Vaughn student at
and Mrs. W. W. Sage were Mr. and Rollins College, Winter Park. Is Federal
: ; Giddens
58< 2 for 98 Mrs. J. O. McCorkendale of Breck. spending the holidays with her par. Kelly Tractor Co. Furniture Qewiston

enrldge Mo., their daughter Miss ents. Mr. and Mrs.. H. T. Vaughn, Phone 2-101' Store BATimss LOAN &*
Margaret McCorkendale of Kansas Sr. '
City and their son and family Mr. Mr. and Mr; Don Glddens and "If Easy: : to Fay -

-, -?-- --- - and Mrs. Tom McCorkendale and baby. IGathy,,bf Miami, and Mrs. TheCewiatonNewa The GUdeni Way" Royal's ft**
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Rainbow Girls Thursday, December 20 1903 Section One I ,,,J'l .

I Women s nw baby, who are here from Jackson'I::: -

CarolsThe vUle. ';
6 Present
'PersonalsDick J Mr. and Mrs J. Fred Baker, &? I
l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker end chip j
of the Clewlstoi
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baker
r Yrl : Assembly of Rainbow Girls sat, and family will be guests of Mr. :j
Christmas Party ClewistonInn carols at the base of the
Christmas Baker left Saturday for and Mrs. Robert M. Joacm and
4 tree In the part
lighted Christmas Lake Wales where he 1* assistingIn family in Nokomis. "
Saturday evening. The doll bouse,, the drug store of his brother, J'i
For Kelly Tractor Emjloyees + which has been a Rainbow Girls F. Baker, Jr, who is ill. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. I* H.
l ae project was awarded at the clog< George Tokteda, of Philadelphia Dean for Christmas are Mr. and

annual Christmas party for Mrs Walter H. of the program Is spending the holidays with his Mrs. J. R Deadwyler of Miami,
The Wyse, Mc Ie Mn, r Rainbow Girls and DeMolaj Mrs. N. R. llager and Marian of
personnel of Kelly Tractor 1 I Haier Lowe, Mr. and mother, Mrs. Anna Tokteda, his
the Mrs. Kenneth boys enjoyed a turkey supper at' Mr,. N. R. Hager and Marian Ha*-
Clewiston, was giver Walker, Mrs. Leo slater, Miss Marian T;:kleda, and
Company In Wheeler, Phi] the Masonic Hall, following thprogram. < er of Delray Beach. Joining them
Inn Saturday evening. Frands. Miss his brother, Frank.Spending
the Cheryl
it Lee Mb for the family dinner are Mr. and i ,
In the decorations were outstanding Christmas Day with ?
duded aJUttovn' Raymond Ford,, 1 :
Mrs. I. S. BeD, Jr., Sandra end
arrangements of woven, Miss Denslow 444Youths Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, Andrews are I
David Dens-
Ned .. :
Steve, and Mr. and Mrs. Hag- ,f.
gilded palm fronds, the handiwork low, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver,, I two of their daughters and their
of Clewiston. '
of Mrs. R. W. Kelly Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Burchard, Will Sing families! Mr. and Mrs. Norman er \ !jyj.1
Claus was present to di* Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dyal, Mr. and Austin and< baby, and Mr. and Mrs. I At home with their parents, Mr. .. !

tribute gifts from the gaily lighted Mrs. Wm. D. Holland. Guests in- MB. AND MRS. J.C BLACKBURN celebrated their nth wed- At Midnight Massst. A. O. Walker, Jr., and family, both and Mrs. Dawson Bledsoe, for I

tree. and the officers and departrxot eluded Mr and Mrs. John Flnde ding anniversary log Hendry General Hospital last week complete of South Bay Christmas are Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 1 I

heads were presented with en and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Culllga,, with weddlnc cake;"courtesy of the hospital and Mrs. Anna Mae Margaret's high school parishioners Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams ward LePolnte and children of Sarasota -
gilts from the employees. Miami Mr. and Mrs. L L. EUlni Jones.-STAFF PHOTO. are singing at the midnight have as guests for Christmas their I and Mr. and Mrs. Leland .,J.t' II

Dinner was served on the Inn ton, West Palm Beach and Mr. --- -- Mass at the Catholic church son, Bonnie Adams, and wife and Rennolds of Belle Glade.
patio to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G Evelyn Shelley, New Orleans this year, for the fifth time. _____ I II

Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kelly, 444Skating PrewittDavenportMr. ClubsChristmas At the annual service this year I 1
)It. and Mrs. E E. Kelly, Mr. and Bridge boys and girls, who have been
Mrs Robert N. Adams, Mr. and and Mrs. Matthew Maury trained by Bandmaster Jack Scott
Mrs! Campbell E. Nail, Mr. and Party For Prewitt announce the engagemen Parties will replace adults in singing the I

Lawrence E. Lee, Mr. and of his daughter Helen Hiett. of mass ,
IrS. Wkuton.Salem, N. C. to 1st Lt. Preceding the Christmas holidays; sus st

Catholic YouthsThe Paul Granger Davenport, U. S. members of several bridge clubs 444I
Happy Birthday M. c., IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Granger have held their annual Chrlstma! -

Davenport, of Montclair, N. J parties, sharing with each other
boys and
girls of St. Magaret's
Dec. 2S-B1U Bowden, Jr. the joys of the season
Dec. 27-Donald L. Stiles, Herman Catholic Church enjoyedthe Miss Prewitt attended the Clew A dinner at the Clewiston Inn
annual Christmas skating partyat iston schools before her graduationfrom
Long was the choice of a club which met
Dec. :28! -Mrs. Nell dark, Gerald the rink Wednesday afternoon. Conestoga High School Ber- Wednesday evening. The members s
The party is an annual event, wyn Pa., and i* a Senior at Mary Invited their husbands and a few -"

lewis.Dec. -Ruth Jones, Erwin Kelt given by the Altar Society members Washington College, Fredericksburg other guests. Enjoying the gift exchange ,
This year's chairman was Va. and dinner party that evnlng -
ing.Dec. Mrs. Dan McCarthy, and in her Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff. W. were
31- IA. Davenport graduated from
absence, her plans carried to
Reba Jo Weaver, Mrs. Vaughn, Miss Lyn Vaughn, Mrs. "Gift WrappedFree"
C. Boswell, completion by Mrs. E. L. Holoube Cornell University, where he was r
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond -
Ruth Vaughn,
A.JIlL R. Torbert.1-Jackle Sr.Parrish, UeweUynWhite. ]] and others of the Society Kappa a member Alpha and Society.past-president He is now of Christian,Mrs. R. M. Bishop, These words entice us, as we do

Skating and games were enjoyed] Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, S. C our Christmas shopping. Time was
stationed at the Naval Air Stationat
Pauline Hand. Ron- and refreshments, typical of the (Bub) Mills Mr. and Mrs. W. C when we made or purchased gift
Jan. 2-Mrs. Meridian, Miss., where he Is a "
aId Hare, Mary Sue Branaman, holiday season, were served. I student Naval Aviator undergoingBasic Prewitt Ben Prewitt. Mr and Mrs. lovingly, one at a time, over a UNTOUCHED BY HANDS ?
of several weeks at least
444Dunaway Carl H. Berner, Mr. and Mrs. period
Branaman. Jet Training.
John James Stottlar, and Mr. and Mrs. We spent evenings In the span
bedroom, or crowded round the .. .
Family A June wedding planned. John Boy. I1in!.1/II/lIl1II r I+ I un LT
Another Wednesday afternoon dining table, buried in boxes, tissues -

Gathering SundayThe 444SchickCato bridge club met, with their husbands gay wrapping paper, ribbons,
at the Canebrake for a steak tape, gift cards and. other of the

home of Mr. and Mrs. R. 1 L. dinner, and gift exchange. Included gay trlvlata which make the package .

(Judge) Dunaway in Felda was the In this group were Mr. and Mrs attractive.
Dec. 24 10 A.M. scene of the annual Christmas ,ath- Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Schick E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Barron That was In the days of one-cai .S'v
the of their
nEE LION'S CLUB SHOW ring of the Dunaway family on announce r:-agement Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wilder families, radio sets, and home
daughter, Sally, to Pic. Paul E.
and Mrs W. P. Jemigaa,
Sunday. Mr. baking. We've made progress; today
Cato of the (1. S. Marine Corps,
Dec. 24 7:30: P.M. Enjoying the buffet dinner and a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Dr. it there are two adults in a
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cato.
"ACAPULCO"ELVIS day of visiting! and gift exchangeswere No date has been set for the wed I and Mrs. J. W. Excite Mrs. H. ABe family, it is usually) a two-cat
PRESLEY Mrs. F L. Dunaway of dew ding. tor, Mrs. G. B. Thomas and family; the radio set is replacedby w
talon, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Parker Mrs. R. M. Bishop television, and home baking

Dec. 25 OPEN 3:30 PJC and sons Mark, Rod, Scott of Pahokee Both of the popular young peopleare Mrs. C. J. Nielsen entertainedher isn't the spicy, aromatic event of o a
Dec. 20 27 ; Miss Lorraine Dunaway, well known in Clewiston, having bridge club at her home with yesteryear; and we have made

"MAEY MA>T" Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs. Richard attended Clewietoa High School the traditional Christmas luncheon progress away from the fun of giftwrapping.
DEBBIE REYNOLDS Bethea, Rick, Sherrie! and Diane, where they were active in athletic, last week. Bridge was enjoyed following ,-or we've become too
Mr. and Mrs. Medford Dunawayand civic and social activities the meal, and high prize lazy to wrap our gifts.

Michele, of Clewiston. Mr. and went to Mrs. Joseph Florentine, Now, we purchase the gifts at
Sat Deo. 28 and ,After her graduation last May, to Mrs. Wm. C. Owen.
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Thermon O'Bannon, Steve second prize the stores, and hand over to the
"KISS OF VAMPIEE" Sonja, of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Miss SchIck enrolled at Averett Others playing were Mrs. J. W. clerk a card for each gift They 6 bk:

SPOOKS Dale Dunaway and baby, Tanya, College, Danville. Virginia in September Ezelle. Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. are returned to us neatly and gaily I
and her fiancee enlisted in Urs7 ., ; Jernt- "
-IOME ADVENTUBE" 'of Immokalee.. E. Beaitfgley, ,W. P. gift-wra'pped, with 'card attached.
the Marine Corps in June. lie is and Mrs.
TROY DONANUE C. 0Candlelight gan Mrs. R. C. Wilson Entirely no effort is needed. on our
presently stationed at Memphis,
F. E. Conkllng. "
And it's "FREE.
Tues. ServiceOn Tennessee, where he is attending Hostesses for a buffet supper et part.Store-owners question thai"FREE" i:
Sun. Mon.
Dec.zg.ao.uADULTS Aviation Training the Canebrake Patio were Mrs. R. wording. It's free to the
Christmas EveThe R. Hooks, Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mrs.
750 Miss Schick and Pfc. Cato are customer: yes. But its quite an expensive i''
"CNDEt YUM TOM 'TREE"JACK Community Presbyterian both home for the holidays with C. M. Ollphant Mrs. Joseph P. item to the stores. GOOD WILL TOWARD ALL MEN ;'' ;-
Sexton won high prize at the bridge
LEMON Church will hold its annual service Christmas from their parents, and will be guests of game following supper, and Mrs. Nimble fingered high school girls, May the Star of Bethlehem light I.'
Eve Candlelight hear at an engagement party who ambitious them
are can earn
Tues., Dec 31 11 p.m. till midnight Tuesday. Monday night, December 30, at J.G.W.E. Clark Etherton won made second the prize.lucky Mrs.cut. selves nice spending money dur- our way to a lasting peace II

NEW TEAK'S EVE This hour-long service of wOJ'oship with the Cato home on Balboa Place. Christmas! decorations and favors jig the holiday season. They are during this holy Christmas season. I''

LATE SHOW 11:30 P.M. end song is traditional used and exchange of gifts the "gift-wrappers" in moat. of the
by were
climaxed 444open
"' this church, and stores offering this service. Clerks
UE BEAD"Terror
the close of the eve-
took place at
at Large I lighting of individual attending.! candles by House MondayFor ning. Attending were Mrs. J. W. handle the chore during the early SUGARLAND PHARMACY ray

each person Beardsley, Mrs. Charles B. Owens, shopping season, but as Christmas

_.._... -.. Durrence Mrs. Sexton, draws nearer, the clerks have no
Mrs. ,
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l rr Engaged CoupleMiss Clark, Etherton, Nail and Hooks. time for such duties, and the girls Fi'"""<<""" "" .

find ready employment
and Pfc. Paul 444IIOSPITAL
Sally SchIck Store-owners figure the Christmas
Cato, whose engagement is being NOTES paper and ribbon used in
announced this week, will be honored Patients admitted William E. Clewlston alone,-if it were laid end

with an Open House, given by Bailey, Ruls West Jr., Glenda to end, would wrap Hendry countyup
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Schick and McKInney Mary Rlggins, Irene into a pretty nifty Christmas

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cato, next Conrad, Thelma Coots, Kelly Jenlings. package: But as they look at their ,

londay evening, at the Cato home, Annette Wood William bills for this service, they come to
19 Balboa Place. Spencer, Patricia Browning. the conclusion that it is far from I I
All friends are cordially invitedto Patients remaining -Melbe Mor- 'FREE."
an, Margaret Patterson Elizabeth
attend the Open House, hours
Polhlll. Annette Wood May Garndr 444
for which start at eight o'clock. William Spencer, Irene Conrad, 4

Miss Schick attends Averitt Col- William C. Bailey, Aaron Knight'atrlcla in Service
I !legs, Danville, Va., and Pfc. Cato, Browning, Thelma Coots, Boys
tL/ 1 the Aviation Supply School of the rollne Sue Null Kelly Jennings,
U. S. Marine Corps In Memphis. Wayne Browning, Uriah Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Catala are

.v ;r } Both are at home for the holidays. Teresa Edwards. expecting: their son, Napoleon, U.
1 S. Navy, to arrive for Christmas

YlrYIrY-.rIIrY.F .Irr.I7 .i-.."nD-.._.__.. ----. ". Day and .a abort visit with the
lamn,. Napoleon arrived in Carllornia -
l from Okinawa Sunday. He

i will rejoin his unit in Okinawa after -
/J the holidays.

1 qMerry Other service men who are here
F or the holidays are Butch Redlshnd ,

t Paul Cato of Memphis, Tenn. I r.
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:MERRY CHRISTMAS ChrlstmaEveryoaei: '

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WISHES TO ALL! t Abner H. Vann

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Pare Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. Ha. bringing here tor a visit during the Seventeen Win
School Patrol
Thursday, December 28, 1983 Section One hospitalization of their mother. When you have
Mrs Andrews reported that a truck something to ship
At Shoot
Barbecue At when registered Hereford bulls which was towing another Jackknifed Enjoys DinnerMembers Turkeys Remember REA
had to
three to five years of age will be when the driver put Seventeen turkeys were awarded 2-2141
offered for sale. Cooper these on brakes as another truck pulledout annual turkey Pick and
says of the School Safety as a result of the up Delivery Service.
from service station directly: ;
bred and raised In Ala- a
Cattle MarketGlades bulls were shoot sponsored by the Clew-
Patrol enjoyed a Christmas dinner
in his path. When the truck jack-
bama and are good breeders.
iston American Legion Post 03,
and party at the Glades Restau-
knifed it turned crosswise of th
Another bull ale Is set for January
which was held Thursday, Fridayand
Livestock Market cancelled 17th when 50 head of top Angus highway in front of Mri. Andrewswho rant Friday evening. Special
Saturday evenings, accordingto
Its weekly sale Monday be-; and Hereford bulls, weighing made valiant efforts to let guests Included their advisor Officer -
Ken Walker commander.
cause of the Christmas holiday, but 1,500 to 1,700 pounds will be of- her car out of the way. She almost Ernie Simmons and his wife
added a barbecue to the sale on fered. These,,.too, are good breed- succeeded, but the entire left aid Chief of Police and Mrs Wendell I Lucky winners were Jim Carver
December 30th, the final 1963 sale ing bulls said Cooper.In of her car was dented inward as 1 it Whaky and Mayor and Mrs. Tom 2, John Snook 2, Billy Swindle

The barbecue dinner should provean the sale before Christmas 348 was caught by the truck. The children -Jones, Jr.Because. ,Dave Stockman 2, Bill Rudd, !Brad

added attraction: to cattleman cattle and 19 horses went throughthe who were :In the rear seat, of the large number of Elland, James Rovers 2, Bill Jones

and buyers, said R. D. Cooper ring All slaughter classes and were also unhurt. Damage to the applications for the Safety Patrol, 3, Doc Garner, Junior Rudd and

manager. Dinner will be served stacker: cattle sold steady except car was estimated at $400. this year for the first time the Frank Cox.

from 11 a m. to 1 p.m. slaughter cows, steady to 25c low- A AFuneral 4 duties will be divided by two The Legion will use the funds 0

Plans for January sales includea ''er. Stocker cows steady to SOc lower groups. The first group will serve for needy families In the area and o

Bull sale January 3rd at 1 p.m., Sales totalled $32,31161, 45 percent Services approximately. two more weeks, gift baskets of toys and fruit were
went to- slaughter. 55 per cent then they will be replaced by an distributed Tuesday evening by
to stocker. For Ray Gantt entirely new group of students, Post members.
4 & 4 Simmons said This Is Simmons
Did You Know? A large number of toy have
Held FridayFuneral eighth year as Patrol advisor.
been donated by Bill Norman at
Western Auto and others who
You can get services were held Friday -
Nurses Attend have a surplus of toys to the Post
AUTO CRASHMrs. morning at the First Baptist
distribution The fruit donated
Church in Moore Haven for Ray Premature Seminar for was
Bar-B-Q to GO! Floyd Andrews and Mrs Donald Gantt, 42, of Moore Haven Mrs by; J. E. Beardsley.
Fin Dickson, supervisor of
M. A. Thomas escaped injury in who died Wednesday from Injuries nurses, and Mrs. Margaret Patterson A & & STOCKMAN'SSUGARLAND
an automobile accident in South received in an auto accident Tuesday
R. N. of Hendry General Hospital
Bay Friday afternoon, when Mrs night Rev. Teddy Greenberger Galassini Elected
attended a Seminar on the
Andrews' car was sideswiped by a I pastor of the Venn Baptist Care of Premature Infants
A large truck towing another. Church and Rev. U. W. Malcolm con- Master
ducted for five days at the Prema- Worshipful
The accident occurred on the out. pastor of the Moore Haven Church
ture Demonstration Center of the >Z
skirts of South Bay on U. S. 27. officiated.
I University of Miami School of Sugarland LodgeDon
The ladies were returning: Clew- The church was overflowing with Medicine Jackson Memorial Hospital 7 d 1Jop
Phone YU 2-9322 !ston. having gone to South Bay rlends who came to pay their 1 Galassini has been elected
for the children of :Mr. and MrsA. .
final respects to the popular Agricultural -
The Seminar was delsgned to assist Worshipful Master of Sugarland ,
0. Walker Jr., whom they were
Stabilization and ,Conservation nurse and hospital personnelIn I Lodge No. 281, FiAM, and will a a.
................................................! Committee ,office manager the best possible care of prema- be installed at a public installationon
He is survived by his wife Jean; ture Infants. Problems which are Thursday January :.
two daughters Garnet and Peggy often encountered in the "preem-I
Officers also elected
for the
I of Moore Haven; three brothers les," their treatment, handling '
care -
coming Include Carlos Dickey
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY ; Iroadus of Moore Haven, Wilsonof year -

Jupiter and Curren of Jackson feeding were,topics and their lectures total environment and Jr.,. senior junior warden warden,; Melvin Willard Keene Doty,

ville; and one sister Merry Roberts demonstrations
e of Largo. 1 secretary; and Bob Goedhart r
During the Seminar those attending i
treasurer. Appointative officers
Williams ElectricWiring selected -
j Active: pallbearers were Roy D. were taken on a tour of Jackson I
Bail Bonds by Galassini are Abner
Lundy Lloyd D. Witt, William H. Memorial Hospital and were
Repairs, AH Appliances I Vann, senior deacon; Bobby Gid
Peeples Phillip Shuford, Roger given special instruction and advice
dens, junior deacon; Harry Schick lease
Electrical Contracting Weeks and Capt. A. E. Wells. Interment on all phases of premature infant to 011 t&fe C&rfetmas
senior steward, Charlie
24 Hour Service Martinez,
was In Ortona Cemetery' care,-including the size and
Hilton Williams junior steward W. W.
Phone 1-1321 Perry
I. ;
'' with Pattison Funeral Home In condition of the nursery Itself the
McDonald Bookkeeping and charge of arrangements. equipment needed, and its operation -I chaplain; Melvin Keene Sr. Ty-
and J. J. Wynn, marshal MOTORS
Tax Service SEE US FORBOTTLED A A O techniques 1 her
Conducting the Seminar were The general public is invited to
GAS Hospital Made Gay some of the outstanding physiciansand attended the installation ceremonies 1J}

ii;; John W. McDonaldImmokalee AppliancesSalesService teaching nurses in the state. I which will begin at 8:00WALDRON'S .

Fla. By Garden Clubbers .JrJtlJ1J#' 1J1.'I_,r. r'_'_'ar .air., ._. .
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Phone OL 43672WALDRON'S Members of the Clewiston Garden Off. 844I3UR
Club devoted their December
f' POWER GASCORPORATION meeting to a favored annual pro]. g ... VI 8-2682

s. ect.-that of making and placln
MEATS AND GROCERIES holiday decorations in the Hendr;
General Hospital. The club met at
' Open 7 a m. to 1 p.m. & 3 to 8 p.m. Thurmond W.
; Six Week CALL COLLECT the hospital and members were Knight
Days a guests of Mrs. Anna Mae Jones
South Bay WY 68321HENDRT
r (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) director for lunch. "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"l'hurmoDd
Mrs. Slkes conducted a brief I
r For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Business meeting at which Mrs. W. Knight Realty. Inc OFFICEi
Title &
Abstract Co. B. Batey reported nearly $300 ha lies e55$. Itlilvni H.... 2010 Annul

a Four Miles East of Ctewiston Title Ab.tracTItJe Insurance been realized from the Christmas welt F4lm ft..... FUrM. Riviera Beach
f FabUo Stenographer Bazaar and sales of articles are
Bare Beach PhotoeopTtnff DaplleatlagBridge continuing and will continue
y St and Park Ave.
LaBelle. Fla. P. O. Box 64ORanre through the year. I
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f > I-Ull Mrs. T. E. Weathers was in .i IyC
charge of the decorations project,
For prompt Efficient and most of the day was spent
Attention Home
14 deliveryOF working on the decorations for the

Now Is the time to consolidate THE MIAMI HERALD hospital, and for the trays of the GROCERYTIME IIWMlYl.MlLIINIWAY
four debta with a long term farm Call
Bobby Giddens A Q O
loan, low interest rates, wtth

Federal Land BankSee YTJ 3-13(1 Rotary HearsPublisher's

or Write EVINRUDESales TalkA A \ FREE

W. K. MAT o eA .....
talk on "The Meaning of oo i s
Box 681 Wilcald Banding and ServiceNew Christmas," prepared by Loyal AT

.f Bradenton, Florida Phillips, publisher of the Ocala r.
and Used Motors Star-Banner was given at Rotary AL FULLERS

r Marine Hardware Club' luncheon meeting Monday.
Part and Accessories In the unavoidable absence of :Mr. v* .

;; Tampa..Tribune Marine Safety Equipment Phillips, who hid planned to deliver tt/it& sincere

r aad Phone Yukon 2-5)11 the talk, it was presented by appreciation for pour Miiq; e. Paint Store
Frank PolhUl. Mrs. Beryl Bowden patronage toe tofe& ,
R. E. you pours a
Ft. Myers WALDRON made the introduction, by proxy of

S Newt Press the publisher have, whose become Christmas traditionalwith editorials &&rtetma filleb tufty frapp fop! 444 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston Fla

Born Delivery scores of newspapers In the Phone YU 2-3281
W. O. CAMPBELL United States and Canada.

Phone 2-2781 President Carl Hornsby conduct. SAVER MARKET Complete Line of Paint and Supplies

ed the meeting, held at the Clewls .
HATHCOCK'SAUTO ton Inn. m -tit: :- : \ ,fA. i"-AAl :



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j (!) Llrkts'lS111 Fa IleI IDJ 1 IDE] I Thursday, December 28. 1983 Section One \ j

PHONE YUkon 8-1201 Felt RENT-Furnished cabbie and I Harlem NewsEvents

L RATES: Four cent traUerl. Johnson Fishing Camp
insertion 70 cent YU 2-1181. Ii ,
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for the I apartment Phone MRS. JANffi S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor ",
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classified ads may pick RADIO & TV SERVICE!: Carithei ,
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I11I1fO ij; Theatre. compliment of er Ipaces. Royal Palm Trailer Nickell Building 108 Bond Street, NOTES ',4 I
Sews and Theatre. Passes Park:.Phone YU 2-2603. tic Clewiaton Fla. Phone YU 2-644: The high school department pre I'j'j
. \to sented 'their Christmas play Tuesday and D. C.A
Wed3TIALE YOUR England
called for before FOR RENT 1 ous- PHILCO DEALER tfc .
put -
: trailer dose evening, Dec. 17 at 7:30: la the ,
to town. Call){ after 6:00: p.m. YU SINGER SEWING MACHINE Gymnatorlum. The play was entitled i

-1 -625t. tfc dens representative will be at Glc. May the Star "A Christmas Carol" by phenomenon, not known occur by many everyChristmas From Our .1
Furniture Store each Friday. Charles Dickens.
Moye L. be witnessed
Bishop that may by anyonein '
For parts sales service stop In The characters were as follows: Entire Staff ,;
s Bethlehem the Cathedral of the dose in
1 TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT IN or call YU 2-6721. tfc Fred Marley, Jessie Tolbert; Eb- Washington D. C., or Glastonbury,
MOORE HAVEN enezer Scrooge Alfonsa Coleman; To our many friends and customers
TRAILER SPACE SUP COVERS and drapes. Cw Your Jacob Marley, Paul Jones; Bob England. we extend very best Christmas ,_
-Two bedroom home' 12200 FOR RENT- tom made. Complete line of Light Way Cratchlt. Bobby Canty; Spirit of It is the story of the Holy Thorn wishes.Hilton'. "
per month.
.:j w Pasadena. Contact owner. with individual Large patios drapery and slip cover fabrIcs. Christmas Past, Carolyn Hope; Tree that blossom in England <
YU -1391. JanZoOIAND and water Free estimates Call YU 2-5833 every December 25th and in Wash GroceryMr.
phone All Baba, Julius Scott; Robinson
garbage pIckup. Van Cothern'a Custom Furnitureand Heroines of Jericho BelvIn Mr. and Mrs. Fez- ington some time during the same
GREATER!: THAN Located behind Brown's Sundry Upholstery. tie ; month. and Airs. Tbnnton Hilton
EVER for houses, acreage, husi- Store. See Ted Abner on Lot 9. Jnlc l\ln. Matti. Hilton, M. A. M. ziwlg John L. Lewis and Bernice The legend relates that two days I .,
Sims; Dick Wilkins, Samuel Simons and Staff
customers wait C. T. Brown Joshua
We have before Christmas, St. Joseph of
'ie! GLADES MERCANTILE COM ; Young Scrooge, Willie James
I, List! your property with us. PANY Girl Bernice I Arlmathea approached Glaston o
YU authorized Singer Sewing i Humphries; Young ,
E Bcardsle: Ph. Machine dealer's agent will service Sims; Spirit of Christmas Present bury. He carried with him the Holy

sewing machines In Clewlston area I Bernice Sims; Martha Cratchlt Grail used at the Last Supper.As .

,1 '.LE-Three bedroom Block every Saturday. Phone WY 6-565, Barbara Wilson; Tiny Tim, Anth- St. Joseph came toward the \
V r home. Corner lot. 705 Balls Glade. tic any Davis; Spirit of Christmas Future town, he stopped to rest on the I
susct: Mrs. Wade Wilson. FOR SALE-3 h.p. Evlnruda Fish. -- Carolyn Pope; Boy Garfield: crest of a hill. He drove his staff Ii
> Jan2c erman. Weedless. $80. Phone YU Betty C. Beatty j Rogers; extra characters, Elnora into the ground and It took root

22891. Uc Slpllle and Betty Williams. immediately.The .i
:!!R t SALE-8'x35' Spartan House PLASTERINGVery Between the acts the Glee Club next day Christmas Eve, It
Tr .L. with two aluminum pre- WATER TANKS, Molasses Tanks, Best;; Work sang Christmas Carols Clyde had become a Thorn Tree and was
I b, ,; built on. New furniture, three 3,000 gallon used $75.00 We Save You Money Blackman sang "Ave Maria" The Covered with blossoms. 1
t uJioned, on three choice each, three 2,000 gallon used, $50.00 Pasterlng, Simulated Stone faculty committee members were:
Stucco Free Estimate
: ncdiate possession. Priced each. Stitt Ranch, Inc. Jan9p Licensed and Insured Mistress of ceremony Miss F. MEDICINE'S TEN BEST .
Owner leaving town. Bryant directors Miss F: Bryantand We hear about the ten best books, '
t M.:; x sae.: FOR SALE-Ready to go. Register. 25 Years In Business ; 'i'iPEACE
." ,i Ed Taylorj 526 Central ed Citrus trees. Contact J. M. 3850 Lora Street Mr. J. Morgan; stage setting, the ten best plays the ten best
27494. tfc Mr. C. Burrows and Miss G. C. and the ten most
: ne YU Tomllnson Box 72. One Florida. Fort Myers Fla. UEl dressed women
I ) 1-0171 or OX 4-287 Harris; Christmas tree, Mrs. M.I. wanted men. What are the ten outstanding -
TTtt Avant Dec.26p HEARTYHOLIDAY Black; Costumes, Mrs. N. Lee developments in medicine BE 1

"REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Orlando Clipper, 28 hp I APPLIANCE SERVICE. Washers, and Mr. F. Jones; publicity, Mr. S. ? .
.C3THSIDE home or Investment Johnson motor with electric dryers, ranges refrigerators, (U. Humphrey. The editors of the U. S. Naval
:: priced considerably un- starter. Complete; with trailer. Like conditioners. Carithers Radio and 444 Medical Bulletin have submitted WITH YOU
xrty marketHTHSIDE new, less than 20 hours operation TV Sales with Service 108 Bond St., PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. the following list: ,

:t 3 bedroom frame. $800. Mrs. Percy Roland. 4tc Nlckrll Building, Clewlston, Fla GREETINGS! Louise Canty, Mrs. Essie 1. The Hippocratic Oath ((4th May the season i
Furnished.! Immaculate. Phone YU 28441. YOUR PHILCC B. Sasser Mrs. Mary Brewster and Century B. C.) that embodies a bring every Joy 'i!
: TIISIDE 2 bedroom frame FOR SALE-Portable Elgin Sewing DEALER. tic Mrs. Emma Jean Grlswell were code of medicine ethics generallysworn to :you and yours. _
$still machine, Zig-Zag with all at Community chaperones for the group of itu- to by those who receive their! I
:; (:\GE as available. tachments. Like new, $50.00. One dens of Harlem Academy who attended degree of Doctor of Medicine-. I- Hollis Sisters'BEAUTY

tc::S, NEW 2BEDROOM. 2 used fuel oil heater with 50 gallon 640 Acres GoodMuckland BARBER SHOP the Orange Bowl Classic, in 2. Ligature or tying a vessel to SHOP ::(
fuel oil drum and fixtures$15.00.
Hardwood Dec. 14. prevent hemorrhage.
I frame: home. Miami Saturday, Mrs Geneva '
Call YL 2-4901, Mrs. Clyde W. Mr. Elbert Allen, Jr., Proprietor 444NOTICE 3. Discovery of quinine used in Hollis. ProprietorSeason's !
5 :" HOMES In Broward, Palm Stephens, 427 W. Crescent tfc the treatment of malaria, the first
: std Dade counties varl- Close In Contact i OF DEATH important specific! In therapy.
Dennis Dana News of regret comes to the
and prices. Small cash 4. Edward Jenner's discovery ot
DADE-MONROE friends of Deputy Otis
i ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS many smallpox vaccination.
and Wright to hear of his passing, last 5. Discovery of the bacterial I.
.NT Efficiencies: Guaranteed. $19.93 down, $14.04 REALTY
as available. month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. Thursday night. origin of disease by Pasteur.
i ',000 vacant lots to select .. YU 2-7151. tfc :309 W. Suffarlarul Ilwy. 444 6. Antiseptic and aseptic surgery I
':r all purposes. Various Phone YU 3-2941 CHURCH NEWS and obstetrics, as advocatedby
.i Terms. FOR SALE-1963! Motorcycle, Du- NEW BETIIEL A. M. E. Joseph Lister
VESTMENT: AND INCOME cat! 125, low mileage very good Rev, L. Holmes Pastor T. Discovery of the tranmlsslon
Pr.OPERTY.:: condition! $23000. Don Yoder, Ph. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.-Mr. H. of disease (such as yellow fever) ,
n 0 MONTHLY RENTAL. RecentCBS YU 25271. Dec26p L. McKlre Supt. by insects.
construction 25000. Edward'sReplacements .. Morning Worship 10:55.: 8. General and local anesthesia. '
: .'3 TERM, low interest, farm FOR SALE-8'x30' Marlette Trail : Evening Worship, T p.m. 9. Diphtheria antitoxin. !
cane grove and ranch mort- er. Excellent condition. Call YU Bible Reading, Tuesday eveningat 10. Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen' t
Ft, minimum $50,000. 32481. tfc Repair the church. discovery of the x-ray.

LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. Payroll envelopes, : Choir rehearsals, Wednesday and One outcome of setting down a I
M. LANKFORD Thursday evenings ten-best or ten greatest list Is-it
wtih form for social security Plumbing RepairINSTALLATIONS
2+r. Real Estate Broker printed withholding and other de-' TO OUR MANY You are welcome to worshop withus Invites argument. In truth, there I
JM East Sujarland Highway this Christmas. are so many Important discoveriesand
ductions. Box of 500. Gewlston. TROUBLE SHOOTING: Best WishesMAY
Fire, Auto and General News Office. MASTER LICENSE GOOD FRIENDSThank 444 techniques in medicine a list
Insurance of ten cannot contain them. The
ewistnn, Fla. Ph. YU 22161OR FOR SALE Parrakeets $2.00 Call YU 2.6711 MT. CALVARY BAPTIST antibiotics, polio vaccine heart-
you for your kind patronage Rev. L. M. Kitchens Pastor YOUR HOLIDAY BE FILLED t
of-hoo" up. Mynah birds African lovebirds lung machines, and heart and brain : :
hold SALE-Five rooms monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet 325 E. Ventura in the past Sunday School 9:45: a.m. surgery are all great advances in WITH EVERY HAPPINESS
furniture. Must sell. Phone Wild Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m.
boarding. Thompson medical treatment. And the new
J 23244. Jan9p Phone YUkon 2- Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday evening medicine whichis
Animal Farm. specialty of space :
3R SALE: George's Hotel. 20 1238. tic Julia's Beauty NookMrs. T o'clock. helping make space travel possible AMERICAN LEGION ,; 1
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve
rooms furnished. A bargain. YU gives promise of a whole new ;1
C. E. Hall ning at 8:00. Post 218 ,
::951. Box 1253 dewlston, FJora. Julia Mae Sales, Proprietor series of medical discoveries.
Mrs. Emma Dixon, Reporter
Jan2cJOR SLALOM SKI for sale at a bargain.; Double "A"Roofing ....-....-,....-...w".......'.._,,_" ..... !'.w'.Ifil'.1f".If W
Brand new "Bob White" tourneymodel. '" -: ,, 1 f1:.;a ;M: '

Sonny Stalls YU 3-1201. 1

will be read by hundreds. Licensed
What have you to sell? Or what BondedFree
00113 FOR RENT Call YU jo you wish to buy? Try ono tae
'881. tie results. Phone 8-120L Estimates on All Types; tU I
Roofing and Painting f c
Phone YU 3-1131

Special Values


813 E. El Paso Are.Qewlston. OHOLYNIGHT
iSfiNG A Christmas
Fla. YU 2-3421

FOR SALESmall May l the season be truly 'Joyous ;BlessingWe !

ranch with new home and many other improve- for all our friends. GREETINGSThank
went Boots Guides Gas Ice We the holidays are May. blessing be at1
250 acres on canal. Close to town.. ,' iv" prayjthat, every yours .
', '
Fishhq Tackle Supplies ; you for :your kind patronage
2 Ktts for and .
and over Joyful
Trailer Park with new 3 bedroom home f you :yours.Jrf -.
: land all month income, excellenttang HARLEM CLUB .; .;' 'q
improved. $300.00 per
with small down paymentNew Johnson'sFishing ."... 4' Harlem Gulf Service ,New Bethel A. M;'.E. I {i
Chapter 29 B. O. E. S. '% t -
House-fully furnished including T.V., Hi-fi. Cornbeaten Camp Mr. and Mrs. W Wallace, Church
Okee- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest MoCray,
refrigerator etc. Boat wen! with access CUwlston. Flo.
Proprietors Mrs. Emma Lou Corbett W. :M.
avail- Rev Leroy Holmes. Pastor
:jjjw.. West side of Lake at Buck Head Ridge. Financing Proprietor :
J **.

Two bedroom house on north side near schools. Hardwood

Door>. landscaped lot,. carporte. Excellent terms. r o

Colored property in Harlem section of Clewlston. New
J-BS. building 4,000 Sq. ft. Suitable for Fraternal Civic use orwch liElCome :


WINDWARD Cay Bahamas Private 1-: ,. .
Entire 400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom
!JJj. beach, etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one hour from in and I I I t

See if it's } :,
BIMIM PROPERTY rnr. I 5 't >M4 ,i

Alice Town. North Bimlni 3 bedroom home on water cost ,I
*" W3.000. 3 :years ago. Widow will sacrifice for $35,000. "* ; A

est rro.n.Wlfartin fishing In the world at door step. 20 minutes 23 LET. .US f'llWll'@lwsiiiaa: ;,\

Bi*,Lot 7 S' x 200'( > from sea to sea. 18' high at ridge. $13,200. Peace on Earth, o COME ', 'l
inl.Allct Town, Bahamas. REJOICE! t
.ZOO' Gulf front.,, on saajbei. priced to selL Worlds finestttac4. Good Will t

< Shelling etc. This property i is zoned for business.sell now. GORDON'S Greetings at'this % 7p4" fct; i 7 BALL YE 'I ;,)
lots en Punta Corda Beach. Local owner J"" May the message of the angels
glad time from the staff fc FAITHFUL! ..: (
For.any of these extra special values call SINCLAIR > management of fffl our heart always. I 1

Frank Denmead SERVICE WHITITEUD'S I *. Vera wilifleld KINDEEGAETEXMr InatraetorMr ESQUIRE CLUB Mrs. J. S. Gajadlia Mr. & Mrs. Leroy ''y I ,I

B.,. tweker: 402 Sugarland Ilwy. IXtto Wlfli. .s,AsH. ,
YU s-sm Clewiston e Mr:;Walter Relates. Proprietor and Son Williams | I p )

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1964. I and some other products, I forecast U. NEW 1NVENTIONSI ," I II
rly! "i gyp; Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston. 1=7a., devaluation of gold during with that honest advertising forecast that rapid strides win
r It am personally acqquainted I newspaper
Section ODeRoger
Thursday, December 26, 1963 made In 1964 In the direction of
conditions in Africa, and win saj will hold its own. Newspaper be
that those who wish to specula ads can .1>8.._cut out, and kept for transferring mass through matter. I

Babson :year. in gold mines should consider: referenp which Is Impossible with 43. ELECTRONIC PRODUC- I iFt ik

11. SWITCHING American-South African InvestmentCo. t radio or T Y ads TIONI -

(Continued from Page J) Based on my above forecast,,, Ltd. Readers should remember 0. NEWSPAPERSI forecast a great Increase in I

and dividend-paying companies. ,I and having learned that only buyIng s however that gold-mining forecast that electronic manufacturing in 1964
competing newspapers
forecast that stocks not In the Dow. can send stocks up, 1 predict stocks will go down as well as up, will continue to consolidate; with emphasis on adaptation ,p" 1. 3 1
that 1964 may prove to be a goodyear I in accordance with many different
efforts to military applications.
Jones list will do better proportion- and there may possibly! be a returnto of apace
of the
1964 than did thiJFISHERMAN'S : to switch from some conditions. .
ately in they overcrowded Dow-Jones stocks into the days when newspapers rep-
17. PROFITS reseated the opinions of some one
other Issues are now over 44. AIR
looked. I forecast that corporate profits man with courage, influence, and predict ralical changes in air

will continue to rise in 1964. though personality rather than the decisions conditioning in 1964 via' the reduction -

12. GOVERNMENT BONDS- possibly at a somewhat slower of a "cold" board of directors. and later elimination, of
The only government bonds tha pace than recently. Note hat this Is something television moving parts in the heat-withdraw k'i11u' i
Interest me are the long-term ones is already trying to developIn al machinery.
PARADISELocations which may now be purchased at a 18. COPPER PRICES its news reports, and newspapers

discount to use in payment at par Commodity prices are dependent must match itM. 454. ELECTRIC HEATING-

for a vacation or week- for death taxes. I forecast that on two factors Demand and sup I forecast experiments in electric
end now and a beautiful, heavily more governments will be issued ply. Take copper: I believe de- STRIKESI heating In 1964 whereby radio
+ lot for beach during 1964 and that their prices believe that 1964 will be free the Individuals
1 wooded building a mand will continue to Increase waves will heat only

1 cottage or permanent home In the may gradually sag as money becomes during the electrical era we are from large strikes The "big show," In the room but not the air. ____ ____ .__ .
75 83'xlOO lots 01 course will be the negotiations '> .tr: _
near or tighter. now in. And, since my visit to +
between the auto workers and OCEANOGRAPIIY- ,. '
from: man- 48.
Africa, I feel the supply of copperis
$950 EASY TERMS ,13. CORPORATION BONDS- almost unlimited. Hence I forecast ufacturers. However I predict that I forecast great developments in .. -
Located in La Costa Isles Just Those buying corporate bonds both sides will arrive at a peace-
little change in price on balance 1964 In mineral recovery, food supplements
south bf the county park on Cayo should either stick to Issues of UDder in 1964. ful settlement before the deadline. new chemical derlvia- GREETINGS TO YOU!!
Costa Island. five years' maturity or keep
'PRIVATE GULF BEACH in the savings bank.. I 30. WAGES I lives etc., obtained through oceanographic -
PRIVATE BAY HARBOR predict that long-term corporationbonds While labor will not get all the An old-fashioned wish that'salways

Wm. H. will drop in price in 1964 as With some few exceptions, the pay increases It wants in 1964. it 47. CUBA- flow Merry Christmas!
Interest rise. will
rates get the equivalent in "fringe
above applies generally to manyof People In Florida have no reasonto
JteynoldsCo,9tealtort 14. TAX-EXEMPT BONDS- the basic raw materials, including worry about their nearness to
v iron and steel and especially Cuba in 1964. Russia will undoubt-
MHNil< a Broadway Likewise, I predict that long- 31. I\; FLOYMENrI -
d 1 ED ::1-1..11 Nights>WJC" 92647tdBT'itYERS. erm tax-exempt bonds win decline: aluminum. The present firming in forecast employment will rise edly keep a controlling finger on ROBBIE'S RESTAURANTS
quotations will not carry much further Cuba until she decides to withdraw
TLA, next year. They are even more further in 1964, due,to a prosperous
II'- .J l -'" ". overpriced than corporation bonds, and could be subject to setbacks economyvwith.'new and expanding in a swap of some kind with
f t>cause of heavy bank buying dur.ng later in the year. operations.,,. TJnemployroent will the U. S. In connection with Berlin ,
'r. sr- '. tin'l alt'"tMyrtis'
the past two years I do not 20. SUGAR rise, too, because of the influx of 'or West Germany "

look for this :to be repeated in young Job:.seekers, and displace-
._.. Sugar prices, however, will holdIn 48. WAR-
.. ..oN 1964. Therefore would certainly ment of Unskilled .workers by automation.
f'- :
, confine buying of tax-exempts to i a generally high range all <" There will be no World War In

=,ffNOTICE I short maturities; and 1' ,would through, 1964. .jVl '\ 1964, and even the "cold wart pres-

_ avoid revenue bonds. 21. BUILDING-SUBURBIA 32. WORK WEEK- sures should gradually soften and
There will be continuing agitation prove less costly I, however, and
1 15. INTEREST RATES I forecast that new building will to cut the 40-hour week in 1964 to a5hour patching carefully how President

k forecast that interest rates win continue around present levels week with the same pay. I Johnson and Premier Khrushchevget

' ; BEAUTY'SAtON continue at least as high as today, through 1964, with additional forecast this will not be accomp- on together. ,

I and will possibly rise through 1964 rowth: in "suburbia." This applies lished. There may be a compro- ,
, will close Dec. 25 & 26 in order to keep gold here in this to single homes and to apartment mise to 37% hours, though this 49. RUSSIAI -

country and uphold the value of houses, which could easily be overbuilt will depend largely upon President predict that the Russian government r

, and Mon., Tues., Wed., the dollar. as the hotels and motels have Johnson. will vastly increase the
Fk been.> manufacture of electrical appliances eaon
;, Dec. 30. 31 and Jan. 1. 18. DEVALUATION OF GOLDI 33. FOREIGN TRADE- and will have a 100 per -
0, forecast that there, will be noStyles 22. PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION Rising automation in the U. S. in cent-owned installment company

Otherwise strength in building 1964 will enable us to compete which it will operate without competition

will occur mainly In the public sector more effectively with lower per. When I was in Russia it

-especially roadbullding. man-hour labor costs in. Europe.Labor'costa was evident from my talk ,with the
,in. Italy are already young people that they would haveto s4 Ii v
23. REAL ESTATEI I rising, and Inflation is threatening be given more of the advantages ,

predict that farms on the Europe ,r, particularly Italy and enjoyed by the free nations.
'right side" of cities will constant, France
ly increase in value during 1964. i 50. CONCLUSIONIn -

a I say "right side" because every, 34. INFLATION thic1connection'T:> should'say

city seems to have some one best LIke the rest of the world, we that, 'like ;Vs., Russia\ is very .. ..
direction In which to grow. This will be tempted to resort more and rich in natural!; resources and ..
Is toward the higher land more to inflation; but I forecast
Dually '
In research. Thislatter is especially To all our friends and customers-
r and often to the west; but this is this will not be a vital factor In lmportanthese, days.:.,I was many

N something subdivision developersmust 964.. much :Impressed during my visit, ,' ,
"vU watch very closely, 35. LIVING COSTS- with"the Russian educational system may yon enjoy! the happiest holiday cm

21. RURAL AREASAs There wiU be continued upward which is developing a very
O pressure on living costs able generation of young people. I
rSUrGGS during
l I have said before, the way to 1964, even though i!the Administration forecast, however, that Mr.
buy real estate profitably is to Khrushchev's will be
U A soft-pedal an1'abnormal real problem
drive out the main road from the may JONES. TEXACO SERVICEThe
rise in the Labor Department's Index low long he will be able to hold .
city In which you live, on the
In line.
to prove that costs are being these young people I
"right" side. Every few miles,
held down.
stop and inquire the price of land; l .Q Q I II
., ,, GARAGE I so long as it is quoted by the foot 6. RETAIL SALES- -

get back in your car and drive I forecast that 1964 will show an

"""" :t until it is quoted by the acre Increase in retail sales and an in-
Everything else being equal, I foreI I tallment'purchases. i

.. 0 cast that the purchase of this land
tn 1964 will show you a profit over 37. RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT
C/a the long term. -
"' I I forecast that the great increase

25. FLORIDA PROPERTY in leisure time and the consistent
There is still a lot of land in gains In personal Income will give
f r J, 4 J i. Florida, and there are many retired manufacturers of recreational

a people who are hoping to equipment a prosperous year In
Co Jo move there. I'forecast that your 964.
best Florida buy In 1964 will be
waterfront property. God made 38. SYNTHETIC FOODSI -

only so much waterfront land; but forecast that many new synthetic -
there Is an enormous amount of In- foods--cheaper than the natural

tenor land which for many years and just as healthful-will a .
will be good only for pasturage Do appear in supermarkets in 1964.

not buy land ANWHERE-until
you see it; don't depend on blue-
forecast that this new industry
prints, catalogs, and super sale
will develop notably in the United
organizations. I
States during 1964, particularly as

I 26. FLORIDA HOMEI regards specialty work clothes.

believe a small home In a small '
Florida city, and ownership of the ar
auto companies are developing ti. '
change, but our Christmas vacant lot on each side thereof, will much study to the parking a. i,
provide a safe and attractive investment r
Greetings to still the In 1964 for anyone who problem I forecast real progress .
you convey ward mechanical parking In 1964.
hal a check coming in regularly

same old-fashioned test wishes! from the North. 41. SEAT BELTSI -

predict that insurance com
CLEWISTON TRADING CO. TV advertising will con- panies will put added pressure
during 1964 on all state govern
tinue strong for patent medicines
ments to enact legislation requiring
Lonnie Ford
"roll-up" seat belts on all cars



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Section Two

4 s "Devoted to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston and Hendry County."

Guaranteed. Sea S4S.S. P.M. Subscription f 4 00 yea
Return Postage

n 1 1 1a Parents Advised To
Christ's Birth Date I I

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1 Mystery Shrouded CiiefillySelect Toys-

I plastics are so flammable that
Chrlstmai 1 I. celebrated I -
through flames at the
will burst into
child's Christmas
out the Christian world as the birth parents can a
into family tragedy. slightest touch cf a cigarette or
date of Christ. pleasure
r enough, but match Some types, he said, will
} what .
exactly that Christ was
leQe born Is a mystery. Doctor George A. McCoy, direr burst into flame even when some
t '+
tor of the State Board of Health'sAccident distance from fir.
The date has been In dispute fop Prevention program, said He said toys with ragged or

centuries with the exception of many children are hurt each :year, sharp edges should be avoided
/r i one thing All agree that It wasn't and some die, because they have as should articles which caa
December 25th. been given the wrong kind of toys. be put In the mouth, possibly to
Lead poisoning Is always a choking to death. Children even
Abner and Hortense Vann.yrj" At one time or another Christmas hasard, especially when a tot Is put tiny object up their nose
was celebrated In January,, given figures cast of lead- and Into their ears; and swallow
March, April May, October, November dolli, soldiers anlnviU or eyes from stuffed animals:.
and December and dolls.Electric .
which may be painted with aleadbase
"""' --'" should have the
The paint Meet manufacturers toys
reasons for the divergenceof
\ .: /??" (, ./. 4 &I beliefs are: the Bible does not use a safe paint en toys UL (Underwriters Laboratory) label *
give any cluest! the early manuscripts and safe paint should carry a on the toy and cord: ; presents
disagree, the Interpretations legend reading "Conforms to which contain food or food mix
of these manuscripts disagree and American Standard." should bear approval of the Federal

finally, the calendars have changedover Doctor McCoy said surveys have Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
the years. shown that children In the age five Fragile Christmas tree ornaments
group are more often Involved in are dangerous; and tree
One theory why December 25th s n accidents with toys than any other themselves should be set in waterIf

was chosen as the date was because I group and that almost! twice as possible or wet sand; be secured
Saturnalia was the great many boys are hurt as gin a. against falling; and In no cue
Roman holiday, and it came around | He sild any kind of weapon In should candles, cotton or paper for
the third week In December Nr y too-young hands can hurt the holder decorations be used on or around

In the face of disagreement one I ., 1. or an Innocent person; some the tree.

fact emerges from the morass of J 5't": ," a ," g"<<""g
argument and interpretation; ;]
ea k Christmas is celebrated to commemorate ; Oyu .,\,,,;,J"r.J" His birth. The names '

differ, the dates differ and the THIS IS THE HUNTER', Don PrUemore helpfully points oat, after -
many ways of expressing the spiritof a resemblance between smiling almond Bar Thlelen and his
the season cannot be counted. I 2024b. black bear was mentioned. Thlelen. and Jesse Allen, between -
But Christmas is a wondrous time Thlelen and bear brought the hefty anln.tl back from a
and December 25th Is our date for Blf Cypress Swamp hunting trtp. Thlelen got the bear with one

remembering and celebrating. | hot.-STAFF PHOTO.


Christmas EveThe

MERRY Community Presbyterian ri
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Today the world commemorates the birth of a Baby Whose arrival Church will hold its annual Christmas

CHRISTMAS was heralded by an angel chorus and a moving star. We pausein Eve Candlelight service from i

wonder and gratitude because what took place at Bethlehem was 11 p.m. tin midnight Tuesday.

TO ALL OUR FRIENDS the most significant event in the history of the universe. 1
This hour-long service of worship -
Choir sang
Nearly 2,000 ;years have passed since men"the. Heavenly Yet the divine message and song is traditional with i
will toward David H. Pattuon
of "Peace on earth and good '
this church, and is climaxed by
still lifting man-
Old South Bar-B-Q RanchRINGING brought by the angels Is not forgotten and Today Is we realize anew lighting of Individual candles by J
and achievement. Lee
kind to new heights of hope more real than each person attending Luther Davis .:" Ronnie
that the birth at Bethlehem and Its divine meaning !are.

,the sun overhead_. __ or the earth underneath. "->l1 -M.. fl 1 4M l gf ES f e K *.
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1l. Although long prophesied, the arrival of the Savior was met with
small and cynical mind could not I
skepticism and even scorn -
comprehend the willingness of the World's Creator to subject His Son t I
stable birth in a hillside village. Since the Christmas event
to a lowly
counterpart our faith is still taxed to acceptthe
hat no precedent and no
benign gift of a Savior for whose sacrifice man is unworthy.

study the scriptures covering man's relationship with God
As we
ancient times we find no reason for assuming that God in His '
sacrifice His only Son In
infinite and long-suffering
the rebellious hordes who deny His very
behalf of all people Including

existence Is there an Instance //
The scriptures tell of many miracles but nowhere
where the Lord of the universe made such an overwhelming
expression of love for the unclean and the nonbeliever Always a Just
was felt on many occasions by heathen idolaters
Jehovah, His vengeance
who turned their backs on Him. "f""oor'I''I'j'

the Holy Book may
miracles from
A brief review of the major
enable us to better appreciate Christmas as the one supreme phenomena

of all times.

Vexed by a wicked generation Cod covered: the entire earth with
iiights of rain destroyed every
waters. Forty, days and forty
to enter Noah's ark
individuals permitted
OUT living soul except the eight

faithful Hebrew followers and to Identify Himself I
YULETIDE WISHES ss the To one protect God He sent frightful tortured plagues the Into arrogant Egypt, Locusts Pharoah, lice and,
and body sores
frogs, hailstorms blood. To bring Pharoah to his knees, Jehovah
turned to
It's a real pleasure to wish all our his rivers finally were slew the firstborn in every Egyptian family, I

friends the Merriest Christmas ever! Sodom inhabitants.and Gomorrah To were this day turned the Into destruction ashes along of those with all cities their Is

lascivious wicked.
used as an example of what can happen to the

Jehovah descended to Mount '
To deliver His stern commandments, that of the ten I
THRIFTY DRUGS pillar of fire. It is interesting to note
Sinai through a admonitions. In laying down
nine represent negative
commandments, chosen Hebrews, Jehovah showed little sign of patience

these or laws mercy.to His The Mount Sinai tablets of stone exacted an eye for

tooth for a tooth.
r an eye and'a
the hands of the Israelites, Jehovah
of Jericho into '
To deliver the city to kill
destroyed the city's, walls and permitted Joshua's army -r
save one single family,
residents l
all the Idols worshipped by the Philistines Samson
To discredit false hundreds of heathens by demolishing
to kill
I t was divinely empowered

an entire building love of Jesus differs
r Christmas miracle is different. Just as the 1
The The gift of His Son although mystifying,
of Moses.
the law
from life at
enough for man to enter human
t 4r is living proof that Christmas God cares is a dramatic and abiding symbol of God's

its lowest level. rather than vengeance, to save mankind
of love,
the power
reliance on Messiah demonstrated
Through words and -
concern for all people,
Father's deep hearted,
the comforted the broken restored
He preached to the poor His r
healed the sick-continually exhorting '.
sight to the blind compassion. Out of the
examples of love and
His 1b.
to emulate warmth toumanity.
followers and positive ,
manger, came a new .
cold, drab Bethlehem the had its realization when the i
of ages
Thus, the hope choir,
Bethlehem hills echoed will the to immortal men". promise of the angelic May the Christmas bolls ring in for you

"peace on earth, good history of the world at the birth of Jesus. (
Today we in divide every nation rejoice because the outlook for humanity, true joy beyond all measure-the kind of

miraculous Christmas has become the most universally observed feevd (joy that heart will forever .
for an that It Is changeless and ageless, rooted In the your
among mankind. greetings and the outbursts of ...
anna1J of time thTancSnts'lanlc promise till come through;

elated children City of Clewistonr : :. '
'Tear not; I bring glad tidings of treat Joy to all people. ;

Unto to you is born this day a Savior". .!I, .
that the Yuletide season In all I Its beauty
It is our hope Utilities Dept.
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Pita Two TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Fla. } '
I. Thursday, December 26, '1963- =- Section.. Two_ d'w jA w rMw this year and 87 last year.

::1 1 region Other brings areas the in the total South turkey Florida kill A

; Methodist Conference Prepares to December 9 this season to 556,
I' which is considerably above the 479

I i I Youth Camp Near LaBelle on River total There for have the region been 705 last deer season.killed MERRY 1 3t rti

Plans for the immediate development Chairman of the Camp Site Development this year, which f is considerably MERRY
less than the 893 last season. Quail,
t of the camp site in : Committee Is Rev Rob-
HendrY county were made by the ert Boggs. West Palm Beach, Rev, however, has been plentIfuL The
f Florida, Methodist Conference committee Warren Willis! and M:J' Goodwin, total quail kill this year to December -
l who visited the site last, director and: assoclae: director of 9 is 3,765, compared to the
r week with the camp architect Dr, Youth Work for the Conference a total of 2,163 last !season. t zL
r L..B. Sharp, University of Southern both >f Lakeland headed the groupof 4'
Il1.Ino1s.t I approximately ministers and

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f!' I. i." > Of Famous CarolsIt

of the church
the tolling
L ;h! .... & feels was one Christmas morning backIn
"So", 1730 that inspired Charles Wesley
(younger brother of the founder -
'I: : rir' of the Methodist church John) TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY/ )
_. \.II to write the famous, "Hark, The
.. Herald Angels Sing" and the im-
,. REV. ROBERT: ; BOGGS, MISS GOODWIN DR. Warren' WILLIS. mortal "Oh Come All Ye Faithful"
'." t F Fr'T and" Dr. L. B. Sharp plan development' of the Methodist" Conference (Adeste Fideles) is said to have Harvard & Nell Parkinson
Center near LaBtlle. been written as early as 1221.

r'T' laymen on the planning group. family camping will also be avail There is no more wonderful expression ""
;' The master plan for the camp of the Christmas season
; : was explained on site by Dr. Sharp, able.First improvements will be a than the carols-and ours is the
I f-1"- a nationally known camp architectwho caretaker's home, and construc- heritage for this wealth of beauty.
has planned some 200 camps tion of tent floorings; clearing of
'jf,; 8BSF for church groups Boy Scouts, Girl underbrush, laying out of drIve- .
.silt I Scouts, Y. M. C A. and other ways and a boatingswimmingarea. : Glade* Roofing: Co. _
groups. Dr. Sharp and Rev. Willis 0
AH Type of Roof and \
spent three days at the site makIng The Florida Methodist Confer Sheet Metal Work
1rishuailiT1z1jg a careful inspection of the 349 ence purchased the 349 acres in New Contraction or
: acres. June of the current year, from Repair Job
t Dr. Sharp said the master plan Robert A. Read Cheyenne, Wyo.
Phone 2-7111
calls: for the natural growth on the Thelma and R. Gary Peters, La t' T
property to be undisturbed and tobe Belle realtors handled the sale. Day er Evening R i
DOROTHY AND J. W. CLARK augmented by plantings of a few The Methodist Conference for P. O. Box: IUSCLEWISTON
native, tropical shrubs and trees many years operated a Youth FLA.
The land ]lies three miles west of Camp at Leesburg. which was the
: ," the Foot Denaud Bridge site It center of aH camp activities of the
\ runs for a half-mile along the river church in Florida. This year the
; State Road 78 passes through LaBelle site and a site on the
the property Suwannee River near Jasper were
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am-;; :
: ,. The first camping will be conducted purchased. CIEf
I' >t the site this summer, and It is planned that youths from f 'F
r jHa C9ob! fi'illfAll will bt limited to tent-camping northern Florida will attend the s
: ;} Rev. Willis said the youths will be Jasper camp and those from Cen- f
7th, 8th and 9th graders. Some tral and Southern Florida will attend
I ,'I.r 'I.- tI !Ut tho LaBelle Camp.
Laymen's retreats, ministers' HR

: ,, I 1 ; you ,tt Anyway you say it, .' events conferences are also and held interconference at the camps. out

r "Merry Christmas" Hunters' FindTurkefPlentiful

With the world so travel-con-
clous, It., little wonder that the :
practice> of communications has {
broadened in recent times. Then
.. too, distances: in this modern jet- More turkeys have already been
age have shrunk, and it isn't at all killed in the Flsheatlng Creek
j k'j,! t 1 t uncommon to hear youngsters talk Management Area than were taken a 1A
s about their 'Jaunts abroad as there during the entire season of
Iwy9 though the places they visited were 1962- 3, according to report of the
within a atone' throw. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
6 joys that you desire, That being the case* the abilityat ,I mission' South Florida Region office .
this time of tM year to say at Lakeland.
all blessings that God may bestow, "Merry Christmas" in many languages The report, compiled December
would In order. Therefore 9, showed 260 turkey had been r
we will be this Christmas.
pray yours
1 tt: what follows are a few ways killed this season up to that date.
\ you can greet your friends from Last year' total kill was 241.

: Claud and Grace GiddensMR.&MRS.W.B.BARRON foreign landsBOHEMIA Avon Turkey Park were area also where plentiful 143 had the Judge & Mrs. BrowardN.

,t Vesele Vanoce; BULGARIA been killed this year and only 58 LUCILLE SMALL
./ ChesWa Koleda; CROATIAN last year; and In the Gulf Ham- Parsons
,: ,, Sretan Bojlc; DENMARK,
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sr 1.-1.-11.---11.11.-111. #..r.r<#;.r<#.- .-T
; L :; UKRANIA, Srozhdestvom
(Portugal, Brazil) Boas
Festas; POLAND, Weselych Swalt,
ITALY Buone Feste Natalize; ;q1
GERMANY, Froeliche Wienach- '
ten: FRANCE, Joyetix Noel; IRE
LAND Nodlalg Mhalth Chugnat.

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few ways of saying "Merry Christ
i ( mas" in foreign tongues, nor wouldwe
attempt to pronounce them. But asI
anyway, anywhere in the Christian
world, the spirit of Christmas
#1 exists and when offered with sincerity
is instantly understood no
matter what the lanlUale.So"Merr .
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J.P"-! I AI Vets Info Service Thursday, December Jfl, 1963 Section Two '_ I Ir
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County Service
Merely selling his GI home does
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1 t! not relieve the veteran of his liability
to the Veterans Adminlstra-
..;'..... ton! VA officials emphasized to

.as. day.Too often veterans who have
... told their CI homes learn later
--C that the buyer has defaulted on Lf l/Qd
the lo"n, the mortgage has been
foreclosed, a deficiency resulted
and they are liable to VA for payment
of the claim VA had to pay We with all our good friends
to the lender.
The veteran may be released ct: happiness through the holidayil
that liability to the Veterans Administration !
If his loan Is current I J'
and if the purchaser has obligated !
-Ti himself by contract to purchase fr..R I
his property and assume his liability
In addition the purchaser must .<
Happy Jtiolidays. satisfy the Veteran. Administration
TIt that he la a good credit risk. CLEWISTON AUTO SALESMERRY
A veteran planning to sell his ,;

MID CITY GULF SERVICEHOLLINGSWORTH'S GI steps home to avoid may future take either liability of, two(1) f gf65S$: "

Ho can arrange for the GI loan to 'tr: =
"" t. t be paid in full. (2)( ) He can allow : <' *' '<;II I '
the purchaser to assume his GI ,,
loan and obtlan a release of his <
liability on the loan from the holder ,
of the mortgage and the Veterans j
.I Administration, provided, of
I course, both agree
He may apply to Veterans Administration ,
for a release from liability i
by submitting a written request ..
addressed to the Manager of CHR FSTMASCLEWISTOMAUWPARTS .
the Veterans Administration re-

c ''v! loan.ional[ office which processed the B, uaJI ,.J

i The request should Include the ) ', ,
Veterans Administration loan number
If known (ut Is shown on the
reverse of the certificate: of eligibility -
AL MORRLLL: PUSHES JUMP SHOT for two points against ), the address of the property / :! .
Lake Placid In first home game of season. Till But Carlthers, the name and address of the .1
No 40, waits for rebound. Dragon players Kit Royer and Steve proposed purchaser, and the name >> __. M.7M I
Bullard look and address of the holder of 'he "
with mouths open a she core goes up another '
notch Staff Photo mortgage. j
More complete details may be Mtki \
obtained from the Service Officer: !
Mistletoe Said To w or VA office I ilt I I II\\" .

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To all :
Mistletoe, long a symbol and signal MNTADS : j
for kissing whoever is caught t ., our friend:S j i
standing under It, i.
actually a
SHOES predatory plant that entwines Itself '' Blessed (tfiristfflac//L
around a tree, strangling and
killing It. Hardly what one might :
frl" term an affectionate plant! I IEL
The ancient Arabians showed
their devotion to their gods by I
kissing. the Romans too accepted
the kiss as a sign of reverence and FoR Fr1S1aCflON I
The Druids ,too, embraced the : j jD
mistletoe, and bom them perhaps, '
came the custom of hanging piece.of I'4'Z : : >> D I \
it over the doorway. of their
tomes. 11
The custom of hanging the mistletoe -
was also widespread among \: ;
the SandlnavlansIn I
many countries: from time to Dashing In With '
time[ the plant was considered a s
cure-all for almost every kind of CHRISTMASBEST
ailment, but that was before mod- I'I
era medicine. WISHES I
Today, of course, the mistletoe
snt a cure for anything, except
perhaps a shy boy or girl
But the mistletoe Is a part of Clewuton
Christmas, and If custom decrees
that being kissed If caught: underIt
Is part of the course: who can Laundry, Inc.SINGING .
argue with tradition?
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l; i I Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla, trees which grow on the bare rocks: : '
Precious Gifts of Perfume and In the mountains of southern Asia
.j U J.: Thursday, December 20, 1963 Section Two : and northeast Africa. Once upon

a time it was used as a medicine,
Gold Based on Bbical! LoreThe Today it Is principally used as incense ep.
( : .., In Catholic churches, Indian f
i "'1: Bible relates that the firs the way the story is relatedIn and Chinese temples
t _--- tig"-'ni| gifts the Christ Child received from the Book of Matthew.To Myrrh Is a gum resin also obtained -
the Three Wise Men were gold, the modern world there Is no from the bark of trees which
frankincense and myrrh. That il mystery about the value of a lift grow in Africa and Arabia. Since
of gold. Yet in ancient times, this early times it has been used as a

== "Too Late to Classify precious meal was oniy possessed base Is still for perfume used commercially and Incense-and today Will
..F MERRY 1 oy togs ana very run men gnus, so ) sincere appreciation for
By Russell KayFlorida' I UM gut was enifltCikiiy pieciousuJie Thus it Is the same today as it pour
was In Biblical times when: gifts patronage toe tofefj
M lor a anb
lung.in you
lone leadership in the of gold or perfume are made 'to !pour,* a
gut were rare
vital field of blood banking la confirmed loved ones The gold perhaps isn't qirfetmaa> filleb toitb fcappp
and events at precious us weu. However in to- j0j!
by honors as precious nor as rare as it was
uay'a world, iitue is Known of these
u the annual meeting of the American when the Three Wise Men travelledto
i :' a _. -"" ._ Association of Blood Banks at still suosiances In use even tnougn. uey are Bethlehem, but the idea behind NOTTINGHAM FURNITURE CO.
1 Detroit Michigan. the gift of gold, as well as perfume -
11! Dr. Robert E. Klein of Gainesville Since St. Matthew says that the based on frankincense or

was chosen president-elect of Three Wise Men were from the myrrh, is the same.
BARe the national organization and will east, it is assumed that the gold
head It through 1965. they brought with them for the in-
"" "" Xf Another Floridian honored at the fant Jesus came from the minesof Yule candle
Detroit meeting was Dr. James I. Indian Mylore.Frankincense burning
a Grlffltts of Miami who receivedthe
or olibanum, is i
organization' John Elliott Me- resin obtained from the bark olOLDFASHIONED traced to the IrishWhen
morial Award for his aid to education -
May' and development of practical i the first Christmas candle sWISHING
Good methods in blood banking. were lighted, Is not known, and yet
The award is named In honor of the custom of burning candles at
Lord the late Dr. John Elliott who for the Yuletide can be traced back
many :years was director of the centuries.
Impart Hisbleuings Dade County Blood Bank, one of The way the story goes, the
the first established In the nation "Christ Child Candle" was burnedin
whose successful operation has ( windows to light His way if He
made It a model for counties made an earthly visitation. It was
to at e1mhrisfmas
you others. also lighted in the atonement for
J. Prior to assuming his duties a. the night of His birth when shelter
director of the Dade County Blood was denied Mary and Joseph in
Bank Dr. Griffitts had a distinguished s Bethlehem.The .
j career In the U. S. Pub legend which surrounds the
lie Health Service. lighting of candles at Christmastime -
Florida's splendid record and is said to have started in
LaBYER'S MOTEL leadership In blood banking foe Ireland. There on Christmas Eve{
back to 1941. when Florida developer a large candle Is burned which
A. J. deary who had read an could be snuffed out only by some-
article appearing In the Reader one named Mary As It Is reported
Digest about a donor's club In a from the Emerald Isle, "Who
small town and was Inspired to knows on some Christmas Eve,
establish a bank in Florida. Active Jesus, Mary and Joseph may come I ALL THE JOYS OF THE
In the Elks, he appealed to that oganlzatlon again; not to Palestine, but to the
for help which they Holy Isle on the farthest edge of .
gave generously, then oranlzedlabor Europe."
and local contractors answered In ancient days, brightly burnln STANDARD 'SERVICEMOTEL
deary's appeal by donating candles were as much a part of
materials and labor and the Dade WARM WISHESTO Christmas as the religious signlfl!
County Blood Bank became a cance oi the holy day. And It was n
reality, EVERYONE in ancient times when the bayberry -
'Oz Silent Nights. Other Florida titles followed candle held particular slgnlflcance. -
,',,' suit and banks were soon organized AT.CHRISTMAS It was believed that U:

;,, Carolling forth our In Orlando, Tampa, Jackson the candles burned bright and
/ rt f sincere best wishes vile and elsewhere. clear throughout the Christina
... "' Further honors came to Floridaat Al' ARMY STORE season, the coming year was certain
for a beautiful O1r tma1. the recent convention when MrsDorothy to be happy and prosperous
::1"' 1 Smith, director of the
.Beard.ley-Nuh' Jacksonville bank for 18 :years was
named district "Nurse of the
\\1 Year." She Is a former president I
;1.> 'I Insurance Agency of the Florida association and a

T"" I director of the national organlzatlon. -
She brought to the convention
I her prize donor, Louis Anthony, e
a 50 year old Putnam County Inspector -
.: who has given more than
five gallons of blood, 59 pinta to be I
r II specific, to the Jacksonville bank.
He took part in a donor panel din
cusslon. I
4 h; ois Florida's blood sometimes help '

: tt".e far beyond the state as Mr .
Mary Rank of the Central Florida
I Blood Bank explained to the con- 0 00
, ventlon, recounting the case of e
; i J CHRISTMAS CHEER Linden A. Rone, a hemophiliac, \\Ve riish ana
TO EVERYONE! now 15 years of age who has been you your
receiving blood since he was J 13 loved
;-;< ones every
months old. Son of an exmarineand
a commercial flyer, the fam 1 Christmas Happiness
J<; OK-CHOBEE MOTELt ly has lived many places although e
the boys mother Is a resident of
Orlando but now living at KwaJaleln -
In the Marshall Iilands. Recently
as an aftermath of surgery 27
J ; when the boy needed 84 transfusions
( t the Orlando bank, aided by 7 rYJr YJrYJer 7"IO'rT' IIrY'J n-n1J'
the Clearinghouse and banks at
Washington D. C. and Hawaii met fcn 4VIjn ite4uTh''
the need and assisted In securing
replacement credits. .
r'r Florida may well be proud of
!' her outstanding record in blood John L. Hall t paS'.f1Ut1t

I banking and It is fitting that those Blanche McCormick
responsible for the work In this :
/ ) state should receive national recognition. Ht a1tI.
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Handmade Season's Greetings alive. I Thursday, December" 2(. 1963 Section Two

For example, if you were bornon
Christmas Eve in SCOTLAND rled ladle who might find themselves the mountain and meet up with a I
\n It wouldn't be at all amiss if you for whatever reason. In the romantic SWISS gentleman: who of.
believed that ;you bad the power to Swiss Alps Beauty Is beauty. and m' her a sprig of edelweiss she'* ..,
.R see spirits, and yes even to command no one denies the majesty of the had It. This Is the gnal: of a marriage ,
them to do your bidding Alps nor the Invigorating climateof proposal and when the unwary
S If this idea gives ;you pause and this part of the world is for tat Miss accepts, she accept the
o 14 you mentally; raise a quizzical eyebrow 'hardy ones But should our Miss: I donor with it (That's at Christmastime :!
in disbelief, consider the be wielding her alpenstock: high on of course). :(
tu of FRANCE. These gentle
; @;i folk believe (the story goes' ) .rlaQ-..-..-Kaa..-..-Q..-..- -;!Q- -..- --. :
5'i: ,, that all babies born on Christmas
., ., Eve will have a ready and facile
1' / : tongue We wonder if by that they
mean "gift of gab"
,, But that isn't all with theM
French folk of the countryside I

J. B. Hendry Salvage i i' ; born They also on Christmas believe that Day those will babies be

e gifted with logic, a moot quality,
/ one often born with the progenitorof
I argument. But ah, the maidensof iaalgga
France who, born on Christmas r"I
Day, come in for the big boon for' 1
: / / these lucky mademoiselles, It is
,. said, will be witty, wise and virtuous '
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The SILESIANS have a plxielsh I "'j
sense of Ieend-or perhaps humor
when it comes to the gifts ear .
marked for babies born on Christmas -
And how they arrived at this
equation beggars logic, because I
they claim that all such: babes who From all of us lo .
see the light\ of day on this holy
Finger paint .jd: eat eat sponge shapes print handsome destined to be either lawyers Tacit Best Wishes; '
Christmas cards quickly and easily. Finger paint Is made at day are o[you. : for a ;
home from com starch and other standard kitchen Item. or thieveatIn !

Christmas greetings are warmer and more personal when they IRELAND-land and other little of folk the leprechaun from-,I Holiday; Season fitte; ) M

arrive on handsome hand-decorated cards. Handmade cards never-never land, they have a religious
usually take too much time but beautiful ones can be made belief that is worthwhile In- Christmas ) Cheer .
Joy an
quickly using sponge and finger paint.
0 D Take a cellulose sponge and cut I it into a design Simple deed. They believe that if one dies
G 0 0IS stupes make the .beat ones. Among the objects which make on Christmas Day he goes straight
good subjects are Christmas ornaments to Heaven. The doors to Paradise
Terr stylized interesting angels.result Differences In sponge texture.irproducevarious are open for such fortunates and KELLY TRACTOR CO.SINCERE .

NSHANK'S To print cards thin finger paint to a soupy consistency and urgatory !s completely by-passed
pour onto shallow plates one for each color of course Using no matter what kind of malefactorthe
desired sponge shape or shapes dip into finger paint and press deceased was on earth. Now R" << __.
gently against a plain card. Set aside to dry and repeat process that's a gift of Heaven!
with new card. Be sure to protect work surface with oil cloth or Farmers of DENMARK have a

newspapers.Finger paint is easily made at inexpensive ma legend they keep alive but this .
terials. A whole colorful batch can hb'.mcIno! : ; less than fifty one Is couched in the economic I
cents and 'will be sufficient to print hundreds of cards Food formulas of life. They believe that
POOL ROOM coloring, tempera paint, or aU purpose dye produce the bright biked goods, and particularly
reds blues, greens and golds appropriate to the season read that U made at Christmas-
Finger Paint Recipe time and saved until sowing time
% cup con starch H cup soap !flakes or detergent will Insure a good crop and barest
o 1 cup cold water pure food colors,tempera \
1 envelope nnflavored gelatine paint or all purpose dye "Good
St. Thomas
2 water serve meght
tlt corn starch and K< cnn cold water; soak gelatine in and und me my true love tonight r
remaining 14 cup water. Stir hot viler slowly into corn starch ," Is a Jingle that is highly
mixture. Cook and stir ever medium heat until mixture bolls romantic and might be applied to
and Is clear. Remove from heat blend in softened gelatine. either I
Stir In soap or detergent until alseolved. Cool mixture then sex But not so In northern !
divide into a jar for each color Stir food colors into mixture I ENGLAND In this region of our '
la each jar to desired intensity. Cover Jars to .tore. English cousins a maiden with
yearning heart. used this .< a sup
placation: for mate, t-only If
AndChristmas f world and while there is no documentary she placed a piece: of holly under
Legends evidence: to support actual > her pillow during the observance of i
belief In these superstitions, Christmas
they are nevertheless accepted: as One word of warning to unmar- {
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legends that have been passed *
down from generation to gener I
tion is well known. Marry Christmas '
Because Christmas and the
festival of the holiday season JI 0 BEST WISHES !
so interwoven with mysticism: legend D ,

A LITTLE WISH WITH A LOT and historical records, many
superstitions have resulted In var -

OF HEART... .TO YOU AND YOURS! one countries PeaceBe
The very Santa Gaus story i It- FRANK'S GROCERY & MARKET
self is perhaps the greatest of all' w
Uncle Joe's Fish Camp the Christmas myths, and as research With You r k
has revealed, is expressed .
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world. We're sending you : '
As a matter of fact, the actual this message with all
modern symbol of Santa Claus with
his round belly,twinkling\ eyes, rosy best wishes for the
cheeks: flowing white beard drive Holiday.
lag his reindeer drawn sleigh
across: the sky on Christmas Eve
from the North Pole where he hasa MAY YOURSBE
mammoth toy factory was created A MERRY
In New York as early as 1882, J;
; eighty years ago
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MEMBEKS OF THE StGAELAND ClUrTEsJ.DEMOLAT ..... Blahep; back: row R. L. Adams, Freeman
4r, 1 1r wke received their DeMolay degree HodfM. DI. Bobby Sutton Mike Jordan Don 1
In Fort Hyen December 9th Include, front 1 to r. Edward and A. II. Vana. Caries Dickey Is Dad r
fu. Tommy Weather. David Cartton, BID Lawreawe AdTtaer for the Chapter Adam. U a Senior De-
,; ''i Dancaa )Morrow Jr. and Bobby Jones; salddle Malay and Scribe Tana U chairman of the Ad
row Frank Hut. Maleeba Ethertea and Lyevb.ry ComneiL-STAFF PHOTO.TheF' .
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directly to consumers: He appears On the other hand, a tremendousrural
+--" ; OItt.i market as not much more than a. over the next 5 years. Also
oversize vending machine. forecast is a huge increase In agricultural RINGINO.IN WITH

r, bY' As reported in Superman production efficiency; again
News, Mr Free note that"Tht:re- of 4 billion dollars in gross
o ] Doyl.j tater is selling display space DOt farm Income by 1968-69; and s
j canned food. Why.. then shouldn' rise of 10 billion dollars in the
fbriooQrporen canners rent shelf space from the volume of business. in the complex WISHES TO ALL!
I _of retailer paying the rental that reflects i chain of distribution from the farmto
I ttte competitive value of the the consumer.
.'j k Our sincere best wishes fora Merry Christmas particular space?" Furthermore, beef production is
: Our Florida tomato growers wil In support of his proposal. Mr. viewed as having the brightest
be Interested to learn that frozen today the canner prospect of any farm commodityover
( CANE COURT Free notes A. 0. WARD
..a L LI tomatoes hitherto thought to be a finance: and warehouses his packto the next 5 years, with a 25
technically Impossible product: art "support a system of hand-to- per cent increase over current
r now being test marketed a Wisconsin mouth delivery to the distributor. consumption forecast by 1968. I
,I city by one of the nation's Buying practices together with Incidentally It's expected each
major food packers. shortened periods of ownership. year will see fewer and fewer lieffy
Temaaare the sweendlargest have transferred most of the dis- farmers in the business and by
Income predating crop tributor'r price risks to the Canner 1968 only about 1% million will be
in Florida topped poly. by ." producing around 95 per cent of I llr.
oranges. an commodities.
According to a recent trade publication While the U. S. Department of Their average incomes will be j MERRY
report tomatoes now arebeing Agriculture is somewhat gloomy in considerably larger, not because
ff'S frozen by use of a super-cole Its estimate of farm income prospects farm prices are going to be higher CHRISTMASFRIENDS
y flash freezing technique. Peeled for 1963 and 1964 at least but because they'll be producing ,
yq centers of summertime tomatoesare one private forecast for the longer at much less cost per unit. In
frozen at temperatures of 320 other words, they'll be utilizing
term is about as bullish as anything ,,.
degrees below zero by liquid nitrogen
I've ever seen. every possible new method for Increasing -
r USDA thinks the net farm income efficiency of output. ud thank roa
;" r Previous attempts at freezing total for 1963 win be about 12V4 billion
Yr 0 failed the packing firm notes because dollars and may sag to a little I note that cattle feedlot operators 9 foryatakind'k
ordinary freezing at temper. ,
more than 11V4 billion for 1964. In some parts of the countryare
atures of 30 and 40 degrees below now using the loafing stall patronage this pact year.
zero resulted In formation of Ice sheds idea in connection with their
crystals which punctured the tomato I
automated feeding operations.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bible cell walls. Also when defrosted mentioned previously, the reports
i r the cell walls
: collapsed. that loafing stalls are being widely
I The product is in ID- BEN FRANKLIN
[ new packed used by dairy farmers in some & 10
ounce cartons priced to sell at areas.
about 29 cents.The slices, In a plastic
AI In this inner pack are defrosted by m: J: t} D
Immersion in cold water.

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Another report from the food .
trade states that Imitation milk,
a ft
wi Y
r I: us give made from vegetable fats is to be ,
Icv and receive In introduced soon in California super.
markets It is expectde to be pricedat
\1 the spirit of the about 39 cents a half gallon retail -
A compared with about 47 cents
;. I t\ first Christmas, and for regular milk. t: 1 wTh
c Producer of the. imitation
'we will keep. product
4 claims it has the same vita
4' HIM in ChristmaslThe' min content as regular milk but 1
has a higher protein content and
practically no cholesterol How
ever, imitations don't have much = tip:
appeal to me. I prefer "the. real
: G H.; Brown FamilyBSrS
': thing" even though It may cost a n.
c bit more, whether. it's milk or
rrit''JrYOr B orange juice. Q
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Koyc A revolutionary change In retail In sincere appreciation for
food store handling of canned goods

c has been suggested by the president your patronage we wish you
of the National Canners Mss

: I I4 William A. Free, Sr.. head of a
Pennsylvania packing concern, pro.
poses that canners rent shelf space Baldree's Grocery
,i In food stores to sell canned goods


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; ) f op I a / You. Our Friends so Dear DICKSON) : DAIRY *.' --'lhe Clewiston; Inn

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The Florid Bnr, statewide organization( of lawyers and fudges, baa bunched a campaign among Its membeit -
|10 niM '503.000 for th. construction of The Florida Bar Center, above, In Tallahauee on a tract
adjacent" to the Capital Center along the Apalache Parkway (U. S. 27)). The Florida Bar Center will hasty
the Bar i expanding. continuing legal education program. Bar JOURNAL editorial offices, and disciplinary
C. and Clarice program It will alto provide tpaco for The Florida Bar administrative offices, meeting looms, library, and
R. Nowling conference rooms for out-ol-towo lawyers viiitinc the Capital City. 1

Ida in 1950, now has more thin
FLORIDA LAWYERS SEEK $565,000FOR 8500 member. It ii the seventh
largest bar association in the nation : ,;
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TALLAHASSEE Delbrldgs L. paign to raise $563,000 in voluntary Ciristea spirit and rte ifl NT. friends
Gibbs, Jacksonville, president 01 contributions from Floridlawyers ]
The The Annual Mi-etlng of Btockholdof A VERY MERRY
Florida Bar, announced the CHRISTMAS
for the construction of a of First Bunk of CUwUton :
Bar has launched a statewide cam permanent Bar Center and head- will b. held In the oftl" at the ,
Bank at CUwUton. Florida, m I:00
quarters building In Tallahassee clock In the afternoon on Thursday
Gibbs said the new Bar Center January (, 1M4
Christmas Cards will provide a much needed off. Albert flamed U Stewart. President BEMBRY MOTORS
clal: home for the lawyers of Floe CN 404Dec15, 196J. ,

English StartedAs near Ida The the Bar Capital has Center purchased in Tallahassee land. ;?J; 'B S'S.>>- 'ZI! B-S- !

tlftflaut much a part of Christmas ai for the site of The Florida
the tree, the giving of gifts! and the Bar Center. V
holly wreath, are Christmas Cards. William Reeee Smith, Jr., Tarn
In ancient times, the custom 01 pa lawyer, has been named chairman """
exchanging greeting cards of The Florida Bar Center
friends and( In modern times, bus](. Campaign Fund Committee. Aslstlng -
nesses) was unknown. The practice him In the fund drive are
Is a little more than lawyers from throughout Florida
and !is a century old Carlos R. Dicker, of ClewUlon.
supposed to have been
and James C. Fountain, j
ated in this
New York. 01 Moore Haven, hare been :
I I named to the campaign fond
seems there was a dry goods committee for the nth Judicial -
merchant by the name of B J. Circuit, headed by eecbalrmaa t
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Pease, in the capitol of the Em. Jackson D. Miller "" '-' -

Dire State who thought it might bea HI. Bradentoo.. Other circuit : Cfi
good Idea to greet' his friends committee members are nstnnas
tl rfa:::a K* aa aTa lop ara "arw eta etai and customers at the holiday season Lloyd O. tlendry, Fort MJeI'Il I .
by way of a Christmas Card Benjamin a. Parka, Naples wpM
The Idea caught fire In his imag Frank D Bmoak, Jr. Punta
ination and soon he had designed, Borstal E. D. Treadwell. Jr., With the coming of
printed and mailed the first examples Arcadia, and John R. Wood, I I
of Christmas Cards in the Sarasota.
the Yuletide extend
United States. Twenty-five members of the we .
Of course, his intent in sending campaign! fund committee attended i "
Ills "greetings' at Christmastime a kick-off dinner and meetln TO ALL"." to our many fine friends j
to his friends wasn't altogether altruistic In Jacksonville December Sand .e I
He used the card as an 8 I to map out procedures for the A MERRY and their families our very
advertising device as well. fund raising drive. Smith said the ,

It was by coincidence that another committee is confident of the response CHRISTMAS! best wishes lot a happy holiday. ;
by lawyers to the
new symbol of Christmas was cam 9
Introduced at this time. It was palgn. They anticipate that the Rachel ;
\ \ when Victoria of England: toofunto goal can-Ise reahe by May\ 1904 Padgett
herself a German-born consort by I The 1 Florida Bar, _created by Your Tupperware G. R. Berner Distributor
rule of the Supreme Court of Flor- ,
the name of Prince Albert In Ger Dealer
many, the tree had long been apart 1

1 I _of_ the Christmas.. .festivities, iRlla JvrJrrKI -::&{ .. .;tar... -tiE... +,f...d'!..rdartti. .. ...+.At;'tsr... 1.wL tnr r..nwe. +IItl""Jt .airv.
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from Germany to Buckingham f .
f Palace, he brought his German 5 tri ; .
custom of the decorated
I Christmas tree with hIm. The idea l
"took," became popular In England I ) 'Ii,;
and was transplanted to the

United Actually States., the first commercial f t'fJJ' -

TO YOU, OUR Christmas card is credited to an '
i Englishman named Henry Cole in

Cole never Intended that'his Idea
be commercialized. All he wantedto ry }%
do was create a novel way of 1 +' i
B & B SUPERMARKET saying! 'Merry Christmas" to his \ HI!
friends Thus he designed a card, 11 tr
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commissioned a British Royal +
Academy artist by the name of FfqF
fl rvaetaatw -1i{+t aQ+,a aaetwSaaleA> John Calcott Horsley to execute WISHING = iii
the work. It was a simple card depleting
a typical family of that YOU A VERY y
time gathered together at a holiday
At the conclusion of the work,
"Merry Christmas and a Happy Her*hoping that yon 1 = I

New Year" were added a thousand auidyolalowsdone.11111rL091 '
copies lithographed and later hand ;
colored. rnyjoj ffi3
He sent out his cards to his I
friends and little dreamed that he
had created a Christmas tradition. Mr. & Mr. Gratton .
They were immediate .uccess-
and hav continued to be successful George

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Thursday, December 28. 1963 Section Two Make Your Own Candied Orange Peel The announcement is signed and b1: >4 ll l
F. E. Conkllng, supervisor

f ': 9 Holy Land Birthplace of Three James chairman A.. Ball. W., Jr.R. supervisorsHEALTH Hooker and.

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i i Of World's Greatest Religions CHRISTMASGreetings

It ii questionable whether many around which Christianity grew
\ people realize the geographicalarea la also more amazing to e\Dt \ '

I I I / I, that comprised ca{ the world'plate the world g today and the Itl "wWn A Y i e ro.p.lc ::. TO All

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1 :, F Fa A Svric of Your Doctor iWldii.* /
tad see
Your Local Medical society
a examination of a boy who
+ f fI wants to be an athlete can put the
examining physician In a difficult
I \ r position. Being turned down for i
I 4 a ;' by h something he wants to do that
'" will build his morale and ego can
1 I' A Next time you feel like making candy, try different cause psychological trauma to a
I't Ilk candled orange peel. Its good tart flavor appeals to those
1':t who don't like anything too sweet. Choose oranges that have a boy.Sometimes REDISH ELECTRIC
Christmas Glow with much pressure Is exerted -
i good color and art free from blemishes. For variation, dip the
: ends of some of the finished candied peel in melted semisweet by Interested parties In an
Joy for Everyone chocolate: Place on waxed paper to harden. Don't waste the effort to have an athletic aspirant
1 :I syrup leftover from the eookill&-U' delicious served with given a clean bill of health by the ""
Frances and Campbell Nail waffles and pancakes. Just bring; to a full boll after straining examining physician But physl- -l fi
the Cool in
peel and store the refrigerator until needed.
clans have standards when qualifying -
Candled Orange Peel or disqualifying anybody
I 4 to 6 medium oranges with Vt cup Kara light corn syrup for anything, and are not to be
; thick akin 2 cups sugar coerced Into confirming that a
Water 1 cup water boy Is qualified to be an athlete
1 teaspoon salt Sugar
.' when he Is not, even though he
'" Wash oranges. Remove peel from each in 4 or 5 pieces andplace may have skills much needed by
in saucepan. Cover with cold water; add salt Bring to
boil, then boil 10 minutes I Drain.I Boil and drain 2 times more, an athlete department.
t omitting salt. Gently remove any moist white membrane with There are three major problem 9
bowl of spoon. (Peel should then be about % J inch thick) Cut areas where disqualifying defects fit.t
J peel into strips.Combine r
are often detected in the
( corn syrup, t cups sugar and 1 cup water in 3-quart of prospective athletes The
I. saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until
I metabolic diseases a factor,
; sugar is dissolved. Add boil are
orange peel. Bring to then reduce
.: A JOYOUS heat and boil gently 45 miuntes Drain in coarse strainer or especially diabetes Diabetes, as
colander, collecting syrup in saucepan. such, Is not always considered a
r l, 1 / CHRISTMAS disqualifying! disease if it is adequately *
controlled either with or
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;" cI civilization when it is reflected I Ball, Jr., as successor -I insulin reactions associated with I
1 :'Ire; "t. Increased exercise Kidney diseases
; that all the events the Bible re- nouncement follows: I
: JEPSON ELECTRIC serious matter, and while) the
,,, cords occurred in an area no more "After years of a
,,<.. .. than 80 miles wide and 400 miles service, W. M. Jeffries, due to poor I results of tests may not be alarming
''r" 1 ,,' ; lonl I health, has reigned his position as during; examination, the added
'r ."'i I .. The area known as the Holy Land Supervisor of the South Florida stress of athletic competition can
i "\ : II small Indeed. The historical] Conservancy District It was with I put a heavy load on the kidney
.. ': I I vents however, which have taken exceeding regret that the Supervise Function, with dire results There
,. place in this tiny piece of land, ors accepted his resignation are problems of the cardiovascu- faith be
iTO have almost literally taken civilization "Mr James A. Ball, Jr. of Belle lar-respiratory system, which free
by Its heels and shaken it into Glade has been appointed to fill the uently Include heart and blood your guide this Christmas to blessed love,
J a realization of the difference ben vacancy caused by the resignation pressure abnormalities
some parts of the world this of Mr. Jeffries. A youth needs to be In good peace and to joys that never cc= ?.
a Ii t nsome parts of the world this 'Mr. Jeffries has kindly agreedto health when competing! In sports,
1 ,4 realization is not openly acknowlrged I remain as Secretary-Treaurer especially the contact ones such as
and General Manager until a suitable football, basketball, wrestling and
Also in this fabulous land is the replacement can be secured soccer. Hii best insurance is an PRIDGEN'S CITIES SERVICE
RIVER JORDAN It now is a His knowledge, experience! reliability adequate physical examination
muddy stream not more than 50 and equanimity in dialing
t feet wide that's deep in the springtime with the public will be missed by: -J "

/ and dry during the hot summer
; '' ALL OUR Many people are under the false
impression that the SEA OF GALILEE
FRIENDSGLADES is really'a ses It is not.
y It is a lake 13 miles long and 8
miles wide.
There is one place in the HolyLand
1 '. that is more' famous than 1V ,
: : ROOFING any other-JERUSALEM. Even
today, it Is a walled city, that has
been besieged and razed more C r 1 'II
: than thirty times, rebuilt at least S !
six times, and is little more than
: 4 80 acres In area. Outside the wall fLT- A yr T
ol Jeruralem is
ii the famous GARDEN -
: t'e i f .t1 I NAZARETH, the city from which I
Joseph and Mary started on their
trip to Bethlehem, Is now a barren M 1
\r ,a' ir mall town. s
.' The Holy Land is the birthplace _
: j l ; of three of the world's great re-
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Iglons: 'Christianity, Judaism
I II" and Mohammedanism Still a land
of controversy and conflict, it is
prayed one day the teachings ofHim greeting *
44 who said "Peace on Earth *
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Good Will Toward Men, will be
heeded. in harmony our

N JIll Christmas wishes

')11 P e .f l t ,' Jeffries Resigns

From SFC DistrictSouth .
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Florida Conservancy Dfs.trlct Edwards Plumbing
a Chairman F. E. Cockling has
announced the resignation of W. M Repair
M'' 8 effries as Supervisor of the dlsMappy spOU

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We sincerely hope

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grand, carefree FRIENDSt.his f

Christmas holiday.! Beryl Bowden Sonny Stalls

I I.I. I Louise Miller Bernice Christiansen Ralph Damon

Bill and Marguerite Sage Billy CrawfordRoy
Mom's Dutch Kitchen 'Wilcox
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