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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 31 NUMBER 1 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 345.3, P.M. Subscription! 14.00 year

ake championship \


I iti a genuine "team effort" the Entries overestimated competition best .
::;:era rallied late In the fourth Fair association assumes' .
uarter to nip the Pahokee Blue


he rday evll1 ant Holiday held evenings.50-48 here in Basketball a Friday thriller and Tourna-to Sat-win s beauty contest management .', Richard Bates wins. sky diving



Pahokee maintained a small The Hendry County Fair and All contestants must be be-

cad throughout the first three Livestock Association at a recent tween the ages of 16 and 23 and

uarters of the championship; meeting decided to assume never married.
ame behind the set shot of management of the '"beauty Contestants will be Judged championship at Airglades

ohn and Chuck Pall and Walt queen" contest and appointed strictly in bathing suits with
I
'oung( Robert Adams as chairman of the Individual providing her own
alternated W suit. Contestants will be askedto
Coach Buren Hall the committee.
is defensive tactics during the Adams named Mr. and Mrs. wear a tailored attire "with

ame and each time there wa* Bill Baker :Mr. and :Mrs Sonny heels during the parade and ribbon Buscher winsaccuracy

noticeable slack readjustment Stalls Mn. Robert H.! Bass, cutting ceremonies which
eriod for the Blue Devils, bow- Mrs. Woody Carruthers; Mrs. will officially open the fair. Contestants

ver the Tiger' were never able Robert McColley and Ms will ride in convertibles ; Smith

o pull ahead until the.final snin- wife as a committee to work during the parade.
tel as the visltorsS attack stalled with him in setting up new rules A February 15 deadline bas

nder Clewlston' man b man deens and regulations for the contest been set for closing of entries tops in style

*. Clewlston tallied 18 points At a committee meeting priorto Sponsors will be asked to donate

n the final period to Pahokee'i Christmas the group'set up 1300 to sponsor a girl of their Richard Bates of NorrUtown, I

. which wa the ball game. wTi-.1': the following limitations: > choice or the committee) will select Pa., won the championship trophy r yti
contestant for them. The>
Tiger star Atlorrell a .
Oddly enough, 1 of the South Florida Winter
pumped In the final six sponsor is to have no other cost Sports Parachute meet held at i
which and the sponsor of the ,winning ,
x>lots, and tank the team Highway crash the Air Glade last weekend. The ) :, 4 r f4r
ie played with last year. The contestant will receive a trophy event was the second such. heldat :, ,
ilorrell brother transferred to suitable engraved with a picture the airport 8 miles west of

:iewiston from Pabokee this year. fatal to boy their contestant for display in dewUton and Will directed by

Coach Hall used only five playrs their business. The queen will Paul: Poppenhager 'director and -y ", i iw ixk
and receive smaller similar trophy ,
during the game praised a president of the South FloridaParachute
he pressure play of Jimmy TIGER AL MORRELL PUSHES la a Jump shot that put the Christmas EveThe The contestant chosen as queen
Inc. who have a
on
3ible and the rebounding of Bill Tiger ahead of Fahokee to the,waning" momenta, ef the ehamploaship will receive a cash. a award a* .
lease the facilities.
anthers who picked up 22 re- game ef the Holiday Tournament acid In" ClewUton, last holidays In Clewlston were will the first and aecond place Bates on, 21, wa third in accuracy r ', i.,,. a',
cads for the evening. weekend Chuck Pen, 34, a former teammate of MorrtU's In Pakokee saddened by the death of Leslie runnerjup. w +

last year, la "w la the air" trying U block the, shot., High, Wayne flees, 13, who was killed The committee has ask thatanyone competition held Friday t
failed to in the threein
AIIOKEE ((48)) G F 7.Peacock place top
scoring Walt Young, M. aaxlooaly awaits the result a* doe Instantly on Christina Eve afternoon Interested in sponsoring
event
1 7 Style on Saturday
.PeU.S 010 Tiger Billy I Cartthers. 4*. -STAFF PHOTO. in a two car collision west a particular contestant to please morning but finished strong by

.PeU ..,.......... 5313 of LaBellt near the Lee'countyline. call YU 2-1(34 or YU 3-2931 coring 60 point in the exhibition ';.i ; .
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OUJII ............... 7 2 16( Harlem gets with prior to January 8. Girl who of body control and maneuvering r
in the
The boy, riding ear p
Brahman interested in contest
unntngham 1 0 2 reign are being later in the day made
his and their four other
parents
anders ............. 0 0 O. from the ants for :Miss Sugar are also ask him top chutest in the meet
new deputySheriff children was thrown car "
to call either of these number
when it went out of control and The overall contest Involvedtwo kt. ;' Yri
Totals............, 21 642 ends on opening Earl Dyes has announced crashed into another car. Ray so that their names may be separate jumping!: events '

LEWISTON (50) G T r .the appointment of Garfield Brown, trooper who handled the placed on lists for sponsors which included accuracy landing u -i 4 ( i + 1 rx. r Kt
After the
8th dead-
Morrell _, I 627 D. Roger of Harlem a* investigation said the boy!died of January on a 20-ft. drop zone and 1 i1 V'h: d .4

aritber ........,..,.... 4, 2 10 night 6849The deputy sheriff to succeed the late a broken neck and a broken back. line matched, girls as and available sponsors by the will be style or body maneuvering while
com free before the
,We .... ........... 4, 0 Otis Wright, whose death occurred mittee. falling opening
aldree -......,. ... 21 5 host team of the annual December 19th. parachute.PFC .
I. Morrell 3 1 S Holiday Basketball Tournament Bob Buscher stationed
might be considered rude as they The new deputy is 39 years old, Site preparedfor at Fort Bragg, N.C, won first in
married and a highly respected
ended a three year reign as "Lake the accuracy hitting the target :
Totals--... 20 10 50
been
resident of Harlem. He baa
Okeechobee Champs" for Okee- refineryHarper dead center from 3.500 on one / !!it
In the consolation came, the chobee High School on the opening serving ably as a volunteer assistant Brothers of his four jumps. He Is a native -
to Dr. James W. Wright, grading con-
tamer tourney champs from night and continued on in a tractor of MltchcllvlUe Md. S/Sgt. en"r
counselor of the Juvenile Court of Fort Myers, started
keechobee bad little difficulty in brilliant "come from behind" work Monday morning preparingthe Jim Rice of Tampa' McDlll

Seating Belle Glade 36.4?. (Continued on Page 8)) of Hendry county. site for the new sugar refineryt AFB, Iflnished second In this

four miles southeast of Clew- event and Bales third.
ELLE GLADE ((47)) OFT
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icknef ..: ....i-.,-:.:_'.. 500 iston. In' style compotaVm Danny let
Itompson :...-...__. 408, Savannah Sugar Refining Corporation Smith was first by % point over
>hnson ._ 215 Wet ending for a of Savannah Ga. an- Don De LaMar of Fort Lauder- BUTCH HARRIS HITS TilE GROUND a few feet from the tar.

llklnsoo in..Tn--,..,..,, 6 1 13 nounced plans to establish a refinery dale. Smith, 20, of Dilllngham get center as one of the official races to mark the spot. Harris
on this location several Alaska and Miami finished second
2 3 7 .
IDea was six feet off center.-STAFF PHOTO.:
Luis .- 1 0 2 weeks ego The land Involved is In overall competition.

ann ..--..-, ...... 1 0 2 the East half of the Northeast Third place in style was won world champion sports parachu- of Chatham Ontario and Wil-
dry 1963 Quarter Of Section 35, Township by Maxine Hartman 31. of New tilt of New York City. Ho has liam Ottley. director of special

Totals .___ 21 5 47 year. 43. The 80-acre( tract was acquired York City where she Is a copy been seen locally on TV in cig- exhibits for the 1964 World's
after a close study of several writer for a advertising agency. arette commercials. Bob Brezin. Fair in New York. Numerous entries

KEECHOBEE ((51) G F T 1963 ended on a sodden note tag bouses. The specks were biting possible locations In the She made her 314th jump on Friday of Miami and Dan Quinn of came from New' York New
alsden .... 8 3. U LESUE WAYNE DEE Everglades area where the sugar
? ? Tuesday, after being one of the and *o were the bass. No and I Is planning on enteringthe Gloucester N.J. were the other Jersey, Pennsylvania and Oregon.
.irkham ,... ..2 0 4, industry is undergoing a rapid
? amateur competition in Germany concluded
official judges. Competition was
driest years in South Florida his- spectacular catches were made Mr and Mrs Lawrence Leslie
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ivis 9 4 22 expansion.The
but who fished with during 1964 as a memberof The termed "one of Saturday afternoon and Sunday
eon ...............,. 1 0 2 tory.A everyone penahtence Bees and the children were head notice of commencement of meet was
the United States in "fun"
2.37 Inch rain fell the final came home with a string skydiving best' he was spent jumping,
of the Arender
on ed west when he lost. control work the location filed with by as presented
Jilrs _.... ..._ 1 0 :2 on ,
of the after lighter large enough to assure a return team. the winners with a DC-3 being used for acv
nkln 1 :2 4, day year the car which went Into a skid the clerk of the circuit court of trophies to
I Watford _M 2 3 7 showers during the previous trip.This reported Brown; it slid off the Hendry county states that title Juergen Staudte of Chicago in ceremonies at the airport Sat- eral mass jumps. A total of 140

Watford 0 0 0 week. Christmas and the following issue of The News, though pavement, came back onto the to the land 1 It held by Everglades finished third In overall competition urday evening. This was evidentby jumps were made Sunday.

day were cold but dated January 2, is actually being highway and Into the path of the Sugar Refinery Inc., indicatingthat the fact there were no protest Plans are already being made

Totals .-,.... 22UMU bright and sunny after heavy printed Tuesday afternoon car driven by Charles C. Keel of a* the name for the Florida Pretty blond Ingrid Kaye, 24, filed by participants. It was also for the event to be held again
--r fogs and drizzles earlier in the December 31, in order to be Alva, in which his wife and four operation. of Atlanta also entered the competitive noted that the number of entrants next year according la Paul

Bile Glade __H 12 12-47 week. There was frost both mornIngs placed in the mall on time despite children were riding Four of the jumping, making her 200 74, was smaller than expected Poppenhager who was exceptionally
in Hendry county the holiday Therefore, the Keel children were placed in Lee Jump on Friday. She is a native but the class of com- well pleased with the

ecbobee M IS 18 14 9-56 The weather then warmed considerably weather on New Year's Day 1 Jt children were placed in Lee Oh true! of Hamburg. Germany and is petition was of the best. manner In which the meet progressed

LE PRESENTS TROPHY and the weekend was still unpredictable. Skies are over- Memorial Hospital; Mrs. Dees so presently an airlines secretaryin Among the entries traveling Local motels and restaurants
regular Chamber of Commerce cast and the King Orange Jam- was admitted to Hendry General Atlanta. great distances to enter the meet benefited from the three ,

nmedlately following the game weather bright sunny and warm. boree in Miami is threatened Hospital with a fractured pelvis Dear Editor Chief judge for the meet was were architect Bill Chllds of St. day Influx of divers and their
rintendent of Public Instruc- Fishermen from the coasts with rain on its New' Year Eve the other Dees children were Please send me a free copy Jim Are n de r, presently the Croix Virgin Islands; Jim Noble mates. I

i J. Homer Bible presented the swarmed to Gewiston and there parade,-something which has treated for minor Injuries. of your newspaper containingthe .
iamptonshlp trophy" to Mike was good business for the ,fish never happened in its 30 year history Trooper Brown was assisted In obituary of my aunt. I

l/zina who received It for his camps, service station and eat- investigating the accident by Also publish the enclosed
Deputies Seth Howard and Buster clipping of the marriage of i
anil
1m. The tournament is an
I event for the four schoolsIs Hudkins. As they reconstructedthe my niece. -'T" t t1..7

rotated among the par- Free chest X-rays offeredin accident, the flees car went And 1 wish you would mention U Itdo"
Bating schools, with the host into a skid onto the right shoulderof It In your column
the anything, that I
into cat
the road then swung
ol providing the trophy.
of mobile unitThis road, crashing into the Keel car, have two bull calve for sale ;
visit
10-day spun around after the crash and our church U having a
Tickets are 7$ .
flinging the 13-year old Leslie chUI supper. t'

is the slogan of the TB and live tuberculosis and ten others Wayne from the window; the car cent. U out i r
Health Committee of Hendry were given reports of suspicious wound up in a ditch on the left As my subscription
during a 10-day visit of findings and will receive closer side of the road. please stop the paper as dinesare
County failure bard to waste money
with too
charged
urte.y U. S. Engineer Office) the Mobile X-Ray ''Unit of the examination. these Dees was control. anewapaperal! (copied)
unit will be at under
his car
Max] Mitt Rain State Board of Health. Starting 1'bev"ay to have

23 .. ...-.88 54 Friday January 3, and continuing place and times Be sure to visit I

24 .. ..._. n 52.22 through Monday January 13, them and have an X-Ray made.

-25 .. .__. 60 36 frost the unit will work in Hendry coun- It require only a minute. Fri t4
B&B Parking lot
26 ......_ 61 37 frost b. LaBelle- .
27.---------- 64 43.01 The staff of technicians and day-Saturday. Jan. 3-4. 1-4 p.m.WeldsWillis' ( ay I

.211 _._.11 45 volunteer worker will visit every Grocery, Friday- ?e II II I

.29 _....,. 60 49 section of the county and make Jan.Migrant 3, 5-7 p.m.Camps...Friday, Jan. I
CHEST X-RAY as
30 70 52 the FREE I
31 _.,.?_. 66 612.37 convenient as possible for every 3 7-6 p.m.LaBelleDanlela. SchoolSaturday I
one.
will reveal cooI Jan. 4, M p.m. Paul
These X-Rayi IS HAPPY AS RICHARD BATES I Ie presently world champion parachutist!
EVERYONE
ach your Youngster I I ditions which may result from U. S. Sugar Corp :M121Treeday the ...e..all."lBnen. trophy and the Poppenhafer Clewiston. who I Ia president of
display
anyone of several causes.tuber Jan. 7. 7:1J-8. and 3-5. control and manesthe sponsoring club and meet directors and
enlarged heart lung cancer dewlston B&B Parking Lot- first plate trophy for body N.J. The
traffic culosls DID Quinn ef Gloucester presentation
safety Booth Florid judge
X Ray Jan. tit 9, 14.Clewlston verlng ae won at the snnai
etc. Following the Wednesday. Parachute meet held at were made Saturday night at the
lot-. iTd'VJUSTAIOUT Winter Invitational
the films are developed and examined B&B Parking alrfleloV-OTAFF PHOTO.
weekend. Shown with Bate,
in the State Board of Friday. Jan. 10.1-5. Alrglades last
KEEP FROM Health Laboratories. Then each Big cypress Reservation Wed left to right, are chief Judge Jim Arcade wise ,

BETWEEN person receives a written reportof nesday. Jan. 8. 54 p.m. p.!,
the survey.If the result negative S&M: Mexican and Colored blamed for dead fish i J
the person is informed If Camps-Thursday. Jan. 9. Mpan. a- 9 Waste water from Glades Sugar Co-op

there are ''conditions which re- TIMETO
further checking and diagnosis Saunders Migrant CampTnday. -
quire. the person Jt 1 Informed and Jan. 10. M p.m.ClewatonBarlern Waste water from the Glade that a large amount of organic longer period ef time.

a physician's examination is ob Academy wlsliEVERYONE County Sugar Grower' Coop content was in the waste water There la some doubt by mill

9 tained. Saturday Jan. 11, 1-4 and -8 near Moore Haven has contributed from the sugar mill and the lack official that the waste water i*

Hendry county residents have to the death of a large of oxygen in the water for 600 the main cause of dicing M

a comparatively hlgk rate of incidence p.m.U.. S. Sugar Corp. Office-Mon THE HAPPIEST, number of fish In the Caloosa- yard west of the lateral drain- some fish are being found dead

of tuberculosis, and for day Jan. 13. 10 a.m.-l p.m. hatches River and Lake Hips age canal in which waste was at great distance from the mfll

this reason there will be constant Hooker1 Polnt-Baldree Groc CHEERIEST chee according to a survey by being pumped. and drainage canal Low water '
o.aQaC surveillance to detect anypossible ery. Monday Jan. 13, M p.m. State Board of Health official levels and the large amount of I
official readily -
D aQ 'I cases which may be developing. HOLIDAY and member of the Game and Sugar Co-op used to kfflgrowth
being
The mobile X-Ray Unit i* pro- agreed to atop pumping chemical
unit. on loan vided by the Hendry County Fresh Water Fish Commission. wast directly Into the canal in the canal and fertilizethe

A recent Broward X-Ray county visited. Health Department and the Fieri., CLEWiSTON NEWS David B. Lee director of the and divert the flow fat* land i* thought by some ko I'

[ity of Clewiston from Hendry county for two day, and day State Board of Health. In cooperation THE board's bureau of Sanitary Engineer a settling lake" where the contribute greatly to the situation.

a* the result of that curvey. one with the TB and Health *, said his official noted water wffl k*, held for a .

police Department person wu bospttaliied with ac Committee of Hendry county.


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Industrial buildings Is the branch dude the following boys and girls following a long- llineta
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Fla. in the 1943-44 edition of Who's Truck sT>tlv. of Kentucky 1fe
Who in American Universities and station and shops of Ryder GIRLS IN!* 'nd
in
Thursday, January 2, 1984 I Rental; the other is the fertilizer LaBelle for leveral7eln
Colleges. Mid- Bicycle, grand prize Sherry In the 1930's. later
by
nearing completion:
Havana
Lions and Rotary Clubs In plant movm1
whir ted
have Florida Fertilizer Company, a Thomas; record player, Dana dewiston, he Wu
Cuba, reported they
Happy New Year! sent nine. tons of candy and cigarsto Winter Garden concern Berner McCollum; electric; player sewing piano machine, Karen, Corporation by the United until his States reUre 0Suit

f,( American servicemen overseas The City 1 Itself has completed a Becky Sherouse; doll buggy Un- He U iurvived

It's time to write It 1964. ,distribution the gifts were by sent American to Miamifor $200,000 sewage collection system da Farmer; and wrist watch, Mr. Daisy Jennings by, 'lJJ' w!dot'
three
[ and has now under construction 1o
Carol Ann Oiddens. Louis of !
Springfield!
the New Year. agencies to the servicemen. contractor Roemer Construction va R
for by
And time to come up with a slogan and Charlie of Clew
Co., of Bell Glade, a $90,000 BOYS :,tn) I
Last year the Florida slogan, suggested and used by Governor daughter. Mrs. Edna
Bryant, was "It's Nineteen Safety-Three". It was used TEN YEARS AGO sewage treatment plant, which Bicycle grand prize, Barney Willie Mae Knlaht, Mr Dana I4r<
(From Clewiston News win be ready for Its test run the Bryan; road race set, Luis De- Whidden John
Mrs
the and continuous safety campaign was
throughout' a Richard
year Dec. 1953)) latter part of January. The city Armus; Fordmoblle Eddie i MUses Neshi
carried the highways of the state. Perhaps, Fran and
on, particularly on also constructed $10,000 In new Franklin portable radio, Keith Brenda,
It helped. There were, and still are, far too many lives lost f The announcement was pub- water mains during the year. A Howard;; electronic rifle range, of Clewiston B.rb7r.pa ; Clara Rate
Mr,.
IOn,
lashed that Roy Thomson a Canadian .
needlessly in highway and other accidents. rest room building at HendryCounty Dee Davis; and gasoline model and YOIlllI T
v radio Mrs.
and
newspaper magnate Mary Lou Weir
Livestock Show
and
Fair
Most accidents could be avoided. But the time to avoid had purchased the Clewis airplane, Danny Shaffer. Boca Raton 21 granc
grounds Is valued at $3,000. selected by
winners
The are
them is before they start to happen. When an accident is y ton News and its associate papersin and one great grandchild
sl sales tickets.OBITUARIES
cash
already underway, there Is little to be done. Moore Haven and LaBelle. Loyal Additions to existing homes, votes cast on Funeral services
e Phillips of St. Petersburg was businesses and institutions vrday afternoon were pi&
Perhaps our new year resolution could well be Make it associated: with Thomson in the brought the total of building permits Funeral Home at the

a Safe 1964. l purchase, and announced that not up $97,975, with the bulk of Victor Turner, Chapel The Rev
pastor
change in management was con- the amount being for remodeling, Haven Baptist of ale
templated; Mrs. Beryl Bowdenwas repair and Additions to homes. Church offcla!
I A. D. Frith Pall bearer were three
publisher. This accounted for $58.540 of the in-law, John E.

BB a Christmas follyBB One serious traffic accident occurred permits. Additions to several Friends of A. D. Frith, a former Richard Netbftt George Whldfen. ir

guns, s : in the Clewiston area, butthere business establishments added resndent of Clewiston regret and J. W Cannlngtoii, yak

Seldom does 1 1 were no fatalities. Two cars $6,400 and additions to motels to learn of his death on November Burke, Sr.. and Bill Rich
guns, like dogs, belong with little boys. l 1 of tourists collided when one attempted and trailer parks, 12535. A 15 of cancer. Frith was a graduate ary bearers were Honor
anyone else own or use a BB gun But unlike dogs, BB guns =lawlbu to pass the car ahead church addition at 14.500 and a of the Clewiston High School and Calvin Weir. Dents n n

are a constant menace and In the hands of an excited youngster I II without sufficient time and space. school addition at $1 ,000 brought and entered the U. S. Marine

they do a great deal of damage, and are quite a dangerous I ill The' car of W C. Owen, Jr., the total of all permits to the Corps after graduation. During a

weapon. was stolen from In front of his total of 9995,775."Cap" brief return to civilian life he Leslie Wayne Dees

office and recovered the following and his wife, Pat, returned to
BB guns do not often kill 1 people; but they do kill birds.It day, abandoned in Scoring. Clewiston and resided here for Funeral services for Lean

Is against the law to shoot a BB gun In the dry limits. The Elks Lodge sponsored a O'Brien plans more than a year. Wayne Dees. U-year old son (

BB guns also shoot holes In people's windows; they shat-- New Year's dance at Sugarland Frith had re-enlisted In the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dm

ter light bulbs; they even put out people's eyes. Auditorium. sentimental journeyA Marine Corps and was a Staff were held at the graveside In Or

Bobbie Jean Crouch and Roland Sergeant at the Urn of his death. tona Cemetery Thursday inn!
Yet, every Christmas Santa Claus brings BB guns to little Whitlock of Belle Glade were man now an 82-year old Mrs. Frith and their five children noon. The Rev. Johnny TiA
whose foolish enough to turn them loose globe-trotter, who had much to pastor of the Calvary
boys, parents are married in the First Methodist are residing at 2610 RidgewoodLane Bapfo
with the guns and BB shot A LOT OF SUPERVISION went Into the transplanting tI the Church. do with the early history of Clew- Pueblo, Colo. Church: South Clewiston. offldit!
.oaIPalm. m Central Avenue, Saturday Dee. tl. The beanUfle.Uon : iston and Moore Haven, has a :yen eeL

So the light bulbs are smashed, the windows get holes in project .la betas sponsored by the ClewUUo Kotary to lee these communities again Survivors arts his parents Mi

them; the birds get killed; and one day, some one may be Club who financed the transplanting of the palms. The complete 1963 building permit and plans to make this sentiment. K. F. Jennings and Mrs. Lawrence: Dees, in

blindedIt's landscaping project calls for low, slew grewlag la.II'1e' al Journey early In 1964. four sisters, Janice, Angela,Kit

be placed In the parkway as suggested by the Univ. ef Florida almost reach million He 1s John J. (Cap) O'Brien, Kelly Franklin Jennings, 73. erlne and, Darlene.
time the parents got on the Job and protected their Extension: service. The City recently Installed a sprinkler ".. who will be remembered in person passed away In Hendry General Pattisoa funeral Home was 1

sons by controlling the use of BB guns. tern which will aware the trees and plants of sufficient water. Building permits in the City of by an of the genuine pioneersof Hospital, on Christmas morning, charge of.arrangements.

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million dollar mark In 1963. and area. His nephew, Thomas J. BIRTHS

County The expansion of business a large percentage of it went Into O'Brien, and Fred A. Flanders, Lt CoL and Mrs. Carl H. Bu

Best "Sales Gimmick" for democracy and residental housing has the construction of new homes. Sr., both of Fort Lauderdale, planto len, of Redstone Arsenal, Ala
drawn the towns together economically Total permits Issued amounted to help in making the trip mem-
the birth
, announce of a
I SezIn FREECome baby tfi
&J Sonny I and elimination of the 1995,775. orable. They want to gather to.
December
on Friday
It Is Indeed puzzling that free world forces have not made would Continuing the steadybut unspectacular knew 27th. lit
present small toll charge gether as many persons who
baby weighed five
more effective use of what seems to be one of the best sales bring them even closer together. growth of the residence "Cap" as possible for a gabfest and pounds, air
ounces, has been
pitches for democracy and freedom ever conceived the the past there has been a A new sidewalk along! Pacific sections of Clewiston 38 during his visit. No decision has Carla Michelle. Dam

Berlin Wall. great! deal said about the oonduct avenue southward from Ventura new homes totalling $440,300 as been reached as to the form of in and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Plank o
of coaches, teachers,*pfincipals, because of the large number of listed on the permits were con gathering this will be; it will depend Belle Glade the
The East Berlin has opened the wall for 17 are proud pa:
government the
structed: or started during somewhat the number of
etc before the public. children and adults who walk on it's
See if
ents of a baby girl who was bor
days to permit residents of West Berlin to visit friends and relatives Total permits Issued
NOW something should be said this busy highway. One child past year. persons who knew Cap O'Brien, Sunday, December 29, In Bell
in the Communist section during the Christmas season. about the conduct of the studentsat was killed on the street last year reached $995,775. or who were In this area duringthe Glade Memorial HospitaL T
Residents of West Berlin are permitted to pass freely into East basketball games and the hazard is' ever presenton Three apartment buildings accounted early days when be and Mrs. baby weighed seven pounds u>

Berlin-- but armed guards block the passage of East Berlin- Saturday night local fans the heavily traveled state for $105,500 in permits, O'Brien were here. ounces and has been nasa

ers Into the free part of the city. The Communists know very especially students disagreed road.'I largest of which is the $75,000 permit The News will gladly act as 23! Linda Allison.
etorled VonMach
for the two-
well that East Berliners. would not return if allowed to escape with a decision of.an official In under construction information center for this occas
to freedom. the exciting game between Clew This Christmas will probablygo apartments now ion. If ;you were here during theO'Brlen'l CARD
OF THANKS
T. K. McKenzie Company
iston and Pahokee. A foul was by
down ay one of the happiestever life in the area, please
What sort of effective argument can a Communist presentto called against a Tiger player and for Mr. and Mrs. EdwardJ of St. Petersburg. Two small advise us your name, address and To my many friends In Clear:
business buildings were valuedat ton who have remembered me i
a prospective convert to his cause if armed guards and a In the following minutes the McConville of Cresson, Pa. phone number, GORDON'SSINCLAIR
In the permit listing this holiday sea
volume of boos and shouts while $14,000 so many ways
wall are needed to keep East Berliners from escaping the joys the visitor attempted his free It seems that Dr. and Mrs. E. and Uo new Industrial buildings on: I am not physically able t

and advantages of communism? Is the Berlin Wall not proof throws was disgraceful. This\ Is B. McConvllle of Clewiston felt were valued at 25000. One of theBeard.ley.Nash Rexall contest write a reply to each one. I ei

positive that communism is not the wondrous thing it Is touted not the first time it has happened that parents who saw their son tend to each one any love a

_..to be? and until the parents stress a few through the long period of schoolIng winners named SERVICE gratitude for their expressions
dos and dont's at home it won'tbe to become a doctor were en- friendship. May all the bleSim
If some misguided soul (and there are many of them) is the last. titled to a reward for their ef Winners of the annual Rexall 402 Sujrarland Hwy. of the holiday season and the N

tempted to succumb to the sales pitch for communism, let him There is nothing wrong with torts. Christmas contest as awarded Year be yours.

ponder the Berlin Wall and its Implications. yelling your lungs out for the The doctor invited his parents December 21 by Richard F, Baker Clewiston Mrs. R. M. Spires,
home team when they do something to drive down for the Christmas at Sugarlsnd Pharmacy in Hernando, Fla.
Americans have been able to sell their manufactured good disagreeing with holidays to sunny Florida.

products to the world, but the Communists have, in many instances the official momentarily, as you The senior McConvllle were Invited

succeeded in selling their Inferior product, which is go to sporting events to have a outside Christmas morning

nothing more or less than slavery, over the freedom offered good time and if you weren't a where they were presented witha

by our own salesmen. This despite one of the best "salesqtrnmlclcs" rabid fan, ;you wouldn't be there. large ribbon bow containing of a I Clewiston Church DirectoryCHURCH

a good salesman could wish for the Berlin Wall. BUT the boos, ;yells and cat calls new car vintage to replace" their one
while an opposing player Is performing "older

It Is difficult to understand, isn't it? is rude, impolite and -is--
down right disgraceful. Certainly We at the News are looking ,ti. sas'PQQ OF JESUS CHRIST ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH .COMMUNITY PRESBYTEIU
fans heard none of this from the forward to weeks which have s Hooker Point (Episcopal) 407 Reyal Palm Avenue
teams. days instead of Paul Strickland, Pastor Henry IL Ford. Minister
fans of the three visiting seven separate 207 N. Pacific
> weeks etc. While we 10.00: .- Sunday School B:4S: .-Sunday School
I Sunday ,
-is- two
again this week In order 11-00: :.:.-Morning Worship The Rev. Clark H. Dor-nan, Vicar 11:00;: :.:.-Morning Worship
Air- are early
The Clewiston NewsPublished The sky diving activity at '
Par
to watch the football games Wednesday: Sunday Services: 11:00: a.m.-Nunery In the
glades last weekend was most entertaining be 7:00: pm.-Prayer Meeting 7:30: am.-Early Eucharist Ish House
should
for a large number of Wednesday, things Saturday: 11:00: a.m.-Faml\y\ Service and 8:00: p.m.T-Westmloster- Fellow
at 109 Central'Avenue Clewiston
every Thursday week.
normal next
back to
residents and tourists who saw 7:00 p.m.-Youth Meeting ship!
\ Church'School
Florida by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. the activity from the highway For you and ;yours, a wish for \ -oF Saints and Holy Days as an- Wednesday:

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Poet and drove over to see what was a happy and prosperous New CHRIST pounced 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, going on. The best part of the Year! '4Er SOS South Central Avenue Confessions by appointment -

1879. entertainment was that It was ab10lutel1 Earl Arnold Minister ST. MARGARETS CHCTCH

free and who can beat Q Sunday: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST'- Larkin Connolly
NATIONAL EDITORIAL those prices. 10:00: am.-Bible School APOSTOLIC FAITH 8:00: a.m.-Sunday Mass
ORD) A Now 11:00: a.m.-Worship Sooth Clewiston 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass
qq ( c8T13N The visitors seemed to have a lit'S History I
'
Ma<
;13 wonderful time and left a sizeable TO YOU! Wednesday 7:00: p.m.-Worship: Bro Luther Dixon Pastor 7:00 7:00:: a.m.a.m.--Dally First Friday Weekday Mast
J.JI": ''''' 1111I stack of "spending money" scattered 10:00
); 7:30: p.m.-Mid-week devotions : a.m.-Sunday School 8:00: p.m.-I'I r I. Wednesda
lit MiMIlI M:11VIU' : e BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher around Clewiston. Plans for THIRTY YEARS AGO and Bible study 11:00: a.m.-Preaching each month, Cad
a bigger and better event are (From dewlston News Tuesday) lie Ladies' Altar&
o 1961 0) S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor currently underway for next year. Dec. 29 1933)) NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting oleo

C .. New means plans for the Insurance BAPTIST CHURCH Friday; : Saturday:
Subscription Rates $4.00 year Agency
------ _per ;year Hookers of Clewiston
The W. C. 7:30
rIOt\ (Return Postage Guaranteed) future! SOI N. FrancUc Street : p.m.-Y o u n g People's 9:30: a.m.-Religious Instruct!*
ran down and killed a big wildcaton Meeting _
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon. 3-1201 Among the things rd like to the road seven miles west of Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor "' |

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves see accomplished: during the next Clewiston while enroute to a holiday 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School HI-HAVr BAPTIST 7Z.CUTia
Htehwsy
the right to reject any objectional advertisement!ITHEI year are: family reunion at the Steve WANTED: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ASSEMBLY OF GOD
NEWS ae.umee no ponelblllty for the return of unaoUcUed A clean white roof on the hospital Hooker home at Palmdale. 7:30: pm.-Evening Worship SIS Fraaeliee Street Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor
manuecrlpb or photograph to go with I its modern exterior Wednesday: Rev. James F. Kimbrel. Pastor 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
THU errors NEWS or leaumei eommlulon na financial In adrerlf..ment I reiponalblllty but .K for notified typographical and the new landscaping.No The American Legion reportedmore Wagon Wheels 8:00: p.uiw-Prayer Service 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
than 500 children in Clewis
?Lti''eh .!! 1"'?'. the nut 'haue of the paper will reprint cor- ( toll charge for the Clewii- 11:00: ajn,-Morning Worship 0:43: p.m.-Training Union
i!C\\' tit p.arlth e 4vrtl I(.innt In which the error occurred. ton-Moore Haven area by Inter- ton and Harlem received bags of and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-EvaDl1lIatIc Ben8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship!
I...the the event Newn* will time reduce element I the would render the correction vslue- fruit, nuts and candles In the annual IIS Eo Ventura Avenue iee Wednesday
price of the adrertliemnl
amount by an Community Christmas Tree Buggy Wheels 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
.qual to Wednesday
the p.rc.nt.lI"; of th* total space a the erron.oue Rev. Leon M. Gambrel ;
or omitted copy rapr..nted.RemebrR events.A 7:41: p.m.-Midweek Service _
Interim Pastor
14-year-old boy. Nathan Andrew Contact Friday: CHURCH OF GOD
v Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service SIS S. Pielflo Avenue
Carroll Benson 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service Rev Joe Coleman
Willie Norton, died as the resultof
have something to ship A:00: p.m.-Training Union 10:00
:
I Injuries received when accidentally sj.m.-Sunday School
; 7:00: p-m.-Evening Service FIRST METHODIST CHURCII 11:00: .m.-Morning Service
struck by a baseball bat
Express YU 22141Pick Wednesday: 131 W. Ocela Arena 7:30 p.m.-Evening: Worship
at practice: on the school grounds. 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers Rev. David Denslow. Pastor Wednesday:

up and Delivery Service. Meeting 9:45: .m.-Church School 7:30: Prayer Service
I II TWENTY YEARS AGO A 8:00 p.m.-Midweek P r a 7 e r 11:00 sun.-Morning Service Friday:

(From Clewiston News Service 8:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fel 7:30: p.m.. -Young People's I
8:43: p.m.-Choir PracticeCALVARY
)V Dec. 3U 1M3)) : lowship deavorCOMMUNITY
BAPTIST CHURCH 7:SO p.m-Evening Service _
Wm. C. Owen Jr. a senior at Bontt. Clewbtea. Wednesday; "PENTECOSTAIBOUNESS
i I Tulane University, was Included Rev. Herb Hlgdon. Pastor 7:13p.m.: -Choir Practice

I, 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School.: CHURCH
AVERY 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service Seatk. Oewbte
CHURCH or
7:00: p.m.-B a p 11 I s t Training: (CHRISTIAN CHRIST Rev. J. R._'Taylor Pastor
)
I THE SNOWfLAKE Union
II' I HAPPY Boo: pm-Warship Service John C. Schemer Minister 10:00 a.m.:-5unday Scboo1Tuesda1 :
like New North 11:00:: a.m.-Morning Worship
a Year comes upon vi : Sugarlaad Auditorium 7:45
: p.m.-Sunday Evangel
bright, unmarred and In full perfec. 8:00 p.m.-Brotherhood 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Service
RESTAURANTFor
t Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.Communion:
lion The moment It touches the earth and Wednesday
7:30: Hour
of
p.m.-
Prayer :
p M' May it bring all beauty and perfection are gone. 'Thursday: Wednesday; Worship Service 7:43 pjn.' 'Prayer Service

the finest New Year's Diningl! I I you lots of While we may try to turn over a new 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice: 7:30: pan,Bible Study Friday 7:43 p.m.-YO\Ita: Service
leaf
sin I is olweyi prelent. What

"For good luck" Black eyed peas and hog jowls 1" luck andhappiness wonderful lime In this New Year to a accept Cod's gift-.Hfs' This Weekly Church.Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

Roast So_"W/o/ fi.Vo n self bare our tins In his own body he
prime (
ribs on
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free, hot being oW Hendry
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to sins i should. (lire wife' righteousness County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's Inc.

Roast pork ham or turkey fc/ whoa* ifript y* were /Wed." | ?.ter. 3,24 Motors

with cornbread dressing .e $1,65 K Community Presbyterian Church Phone USOI STANDARD OIL- COMPANY Complete Department Store

407 Boys Palm Avenue
Variety homemade pies HENRY HORRILL FORD. Minister Kelly'Tractor' Co. Giddens Furniture Clewiston :Federal
1:45: A.M. Bible School 1:00 PJa. Youth Fellowship : -

25 Fresh Sea Foods! Everglades Tropical SERMON SUBJECT"Something Phone 2-4501 Store SAVINGS *.LOAN.ASSTf

1. Gardens New Has Been Added" "
It's Easy to Pay
Pridgen Cities
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Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three but Army Engineers said taking
World Famous Cars Thursday., January 2, 1964 bid on the works now will expedite :
construction when the funds become
9'lQwA available
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On Sebring List .,.1, "'.. '.1;" i> '!'" AH buildings Involved In the
.' .n "-'I ::" ..y.\: ; project will be constructed: of con
( frame and concrete block,
SEBRING, Fla-News, leakingout ; !/ crete
and ready buildings for operational
from all of the world famous
Clewiston youth cited by crews will be air conditioned and
automotive racing car manufacturers have mechanical ventilation.
indicate that the most fantastic -
array of sleek championship The successful bidder will be required

amateur athletic union ..Ti \ auto road racing cars, ever to bi to start work within five
.. assembled, will be seen at the days after the contract is awarded

New York--Sbt Florida boySd dale Park In Chicago and Gene famed 5.2 mile road racing circuit and complete the entire ,Job within

girls headed the nation's top Fuller, superintendent of recreation here at Sebring, Fin 330 calepdar days.

[lve in the Most Outstanding In Clewlston, Fla, as the : Fourteenth year of this classic Army Engineers expect to call
yslcally Fit competition! cons. Public Recreation Woman and : irP: thousands of miles of torture and s4 r MnM. for opening of bids on the other
heartbreaks for car and man, sites also early next year
icted recently *)>y the Ama. Man of the Year.Determination : .
bringing to the colorful green and
Union In conJunc.n of the top
ir Athletic The Corps of Engineers also announced
->f/it./ $ bore
grid thundering big
orange
with the parks and recrea. youngsters In each of the' six .; 'Ii', that bids will be openedon
power plants, the screaming whineof
n departments' programs ty age classifications was made on Jan. 30 on erection of two 80-
. various cities. the basis of ability to exceed the z its j ; fantastically revving racing en by-40-foot additions to the Aircraft
.
,Ines. All this under the control of
A.A.U. standards In five compulsory Weapons Calibration Shelters at
time, Ben York gloved hands of the artists from
the same
At and one optional test of McDill: Air Force Base near ,
Beach, chairmanthe the world of championship racing I
West Palm speed, strength agility, and en- drivers. Tampa. The buildings will be
AAU Public Recreation durance.On equipped with plumbing, como
that his! The 1964 spectacle that is Se-
mittee revealed the basis of performanceIn bring, taking place Saturday., pressed air system; air conditioning
nmittee had cited Miss Beryl exceeding: the standards. Deb March 21 from 10:00: a.m. to loon: ducts and electrical work. t

!lly, supervisor of the ScottsAnna bie Dean of South Bend, Ind., In ..vgpaRyre p.m. will once again bring an assembly
the) girls' 8-8 age group scored ot the world best cars and IT WAS PACK AND REPACK last weekend for sky divers as

244 points and Chicago's Kent drivers striving for the points and they made as many as six Jumps a day Each participant repacks
.Siegfried, In boys' 8-9 age group, glory. that only a win at Sebringcan Us ewe chute after each Jump though they are required Save $29.50
e tallied 351 points to top the list bring Requests for starting te wear a reserve chute'packed by a licensed rlcrer. Activity
e of outstanding youngsters.The .w.r positions already on hand from was at the Winter Invitational Sports Parachute meet held at Fully Upholstered
outstanding Floridians world famous marques with Ferrari Alrrlades west of Clewlston.-STAFF PHOTO. Burnt Orange Vinyl
;
a p also included among the girls, KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON PAKACnUTERS at the meet are, Cooper, Lotus, Jaguar Ford
Rose Guettkr of Fort ;Pierce left to richt. Die Qnlna jade from Gloucester, NJ.l Mrs. (not only the now famous Cobra,
(14-15)), 157 'poInts; Irene Mc- Doaaa Sproule of Chatham Ontario. Canada) and Paul Peppen-! but other projected high speed Bids Are Asked a 90-by-32-foot ready building missile, shelter missile ChairFoam
service building, -
Donald, Jacksonville (18-18)( ). 94 halter of Clewlston. wile was meet director.-STAFF rnOTO, models), as well as Porsche and generator building, steel towers

New points; and dewiston'i Brenda the all new Italian. ATS are but a complete water and electrical Rubber Cushion
Waldron ((10-11)) 183 points. dy B. Adams, J. Jackson E. Grapefruit leaguesets few of the many entries that will For Missile BasesIn system and fuel storage system Reg. $59.50

Among the boys, Gene Aid- Hill E. Crosby, O Fuller. B. be on hand. plus fencing, sidewalks and pave-
ridge. Pahokee, Fla. (10-11). 234 Berner H. Andrews, B. Williams, Five point two miles of grueling South FloridaThe ment.
points; Frank Hawkins, Mead- E. Swindle, D. Patttson. nearby games auto road racing, still the longest The air defense units were established Only $30.00Reduced

lean owbrook School Fla. ((14-15)). 193 Managers Wendal Whale,. Baseball fans will have an opportunity road race in the United States. TheWinner's Army Corps of EngineersIn In the Dade-Monroe county

points and Denny Rodebush, Parkinson's. Ph. 31322, Sonny. to watch some :of the Circle the International Jacksonville today. called forbids area of South Florida during the $5.001Yeekly
Tampa (18-18)), 173 points abo Stalls, Corbin', 31421; Bobby big league teams In action in goal Manufacturer., drivers and to be opened Jan. 30 on the October 1962 Cuban crisis and the
topped the nation in their age Giddens! Radio WOWY, 31391:- early spring when the teams crews, spending long tortuous bonn of first of a series of contracts estimated Hawk and Herculea sites are now Until Sold.
groups. Franklin Simmons Thrifty Dregs training in Florida play a aeriesof with only the fleeting hope of to cost upwards of $17 million being made permanent Installations.
fA :In addition to Siegfried the 23891; Ken Walker Glades Gas practice games with each otherin achieving' the orange wreath for construction of permanent The Hawk and Hercules are Custom draperies and traverse

e Chicago winners were Paul Iser 31291 a schedule known locally as victory. Army Air Defense Command facilities anti-missile missiles and form strategic reds
(8184) points, and Nancy Players who are assigned and the "Grapefruit League." Advance sales for tickets and reserved In South Florida. sites surrounding HomesteadAir

0 Johnson (,8-,). 140 points. who have not reported should West Palm Beach Municipal parking areas may be obtained The bid. opening announced by Force Base and Richmond Air Free estimates
/ contact their managers for the by writing ARCF, Box 71, the Army Engineers today calls for Force Station.
Debbie Dlshman Muncie, Ind, Stadium 12th and Congress Avenue
next practice sessions. Sebring, Fla.Bus construction of a HAWK tactical Cothern'sCustom
I led the 12-13 girls age group and Fort Myers Terry Parkon Twelve. permanent facilities will Van
with 192 points to complete. the Managers of WOWY and Palm Beach Boulevard are facility In Dade County some eight be constructed In the two-county:
girls HitWayne CorMn's have scheduled practice the locations for the _following miles east of Florida City. area. UpholsteryPhone

Hutchinson of Cary; sessions 1 for Sunday afterBoon games: seats still Involved In the contract, and estimated Award of contract for the military YU 2-5831

Ind, topped the 13-13 boys with -1 p.m. at the rr n. WEST PALM BEACH to cost about $600.000, are facility will be delayed pending -

180 points to complete the.lIa'' Milwaukee Braves for approval of funds by Congress.
Invitedto available -
The public la cordially .
tioo's honor roll of twelve outstanding the Sunday, March 15. Senators
at
attend the league games
boy and girls. 1:30: p.m.Monday.
[ Mae Jones admission
la .
There no
TIle Most Outstanding boys gym. March 18, Orioles, 1:3pm. -
footballTony
and girls will be honored at local charge. scheduled are Miami .
The next games

Tuesday, March 17, Athletics,
presentations early next year Monday, Jan. 6 with Glades Gas
Toulis at the Glades Restaurant
according to YOI'It.Ba.ketball 130pm: ,
WOWY In the 8:15 opener -
playing Wednesday. March 18, ,Twins. says that seats are still
Lf\N9\ and Corbln's v. Thrifty DrugIn 1:30: p.m. available on the chartered bus to ,
rosters the 0:15 nightcap. Dodgers,
Thursday, March 19r Miami for the pro-football gameon
1:30: p.m.Friday.. Sunday January 5th. .1
4- announced MondayWoody WOWY and Corhins March 20,Yankee., 1:30: The block of tickets which were e .

p.m. available In connection with the
Carruthers, assistant win inmen' Sunday., March It, lodgers chartered bus trip have been sold r'' r .
director of the Clewiston Recreation openers 1:30: p.m. but round trip transportation on t' "
Department and manager Monday., March 23 night( ), Tigers the bus is available for 500. .
V of the Men's City League Basketball leagueIt 8:00 p.m.Tuesday. Toulis said that plenty. of seats )

has announced the following was sore muscles and "breakup March 24. Pirates, were still available in Miami and e 4 Ih Hu
team rosters: 1:30 the Orange
morning : p.m.'Thursday could be purchased at
WOWY" Tuesday ., March 28 (night) of the i ,
Parkinson's Dyal D. Dyal!, following the opening of the Men's Bowl stadium upon arrival
B. Holmes, W. Whaley J. Stitt, H. Monday. Reds, 8:00 p.m.Wednesday. .
Estop R. Hubner, B. Hunt G. City nightIn Basketball league April 1, White Sox bus.For additional Information and "

T.Hargrave Jones., B. Dietz, B. Carlthers, the opening game Corblns 1:30:Saturday p.m. April 4 (night Sen reservations, call Tony at the HAPPY ;I 111"/1.,1.", /, "
defeat a
came from behind to Glades.
ft ? Corbln's Supply H. Welch J. stubborn Parkinson's team 4441 store Monday 8:00.,p.m.April, Colt .45'.1:30: NEW YEAR May 1964
Buchanan, D. Baker B. McCol- that finished the game with only .
ley Q. Westberry. D. Galasslnl, four players as John Stltt fouled p.m. OUR TIMELESS
Aprils (night), Senators l
R. Robison, S. Stalls, E.: Texton, out In the closing minutes Gregg Wednesday, Bring Joy!
J. McDirffy, I, Masters, B. Swin- Rlcketson was assigned to the 8:00 p.m. WISH TO YOU
dle. department: store team at the FORT MYERS AND YQURS1 We hope the New Year
Pittsburgh Pirates
HAVE A NEW Radio WOWY BUI Baker.J. opening of the game to allure Sunday., March 15 Kansas City. will be filled with many moments
Blackwell, B. Giddens a Hall, H. them of( a starting five. Tuesday, Mar 17, Washington. of happiness for you and yours
YEAR FILLED Vaughn Jr., W. Carruthers, S. Ronnie Robison of Corblns was Friday., Mar 20, Chicago (AL) Concrete Products
Thompson, J. McPhall J. Jones, high point man for the eveningas Saturday., Mar 21, Cincinnati.
[WITH HARMONYParkinson's I. Barton. P. Roland. he bucketed 29 potnta.PARKINSON'S Monday, Mar 23. New York Industries Claud and Grace GiddensSAM

Thrifty Drugs-B. Blount, I. (AL).
Knedler R. Cauiseaux F. Simmons 4 Saturday Mar. 28, Houston.
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B. Waldron C. Wlnn W, G.JrLD.a1'Ricketson. ---3 1 7 Sunday Mar. 29, philadelphia.

Howell. G. White W. Perry.: D. .__ 5 1 II Wednesday. Apr. 1. Baltimore.
Hall. T. Carlthers J. Burllng- J. sun 2. Milwaukee.
)epartment Store R. Hubner 7 5 III Thursday Apr.
ham. 3, St. Louis. ,
Friday Apr.
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Glades Gas-K. Walker J. BunA W, Whaler Saturday., Apr. 4, Detroit. .

IT 7 U Monday. Apr. I, Minnesota. 1

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WOWY charged down the
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with a gleam to their eyes and Call YU 2-6711 Clewiston
lave a sound troWIclDl to Thrifty U.S. Top Choice '
WoodY 325 E. Ventura
't thugs a Phil Roland, Machine Shop
racked
Carruthers and Buren Han
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B. Giddens'r-_' I 0 5 Trove! the Congr** wo/ '
We look B. Baker 2 1 5 with this Trawl Guide .
back with *
gratitude on your B. Hall .-..-...- 5 I 1S Just the size to carry In 7iw.

J. Jones ..--..-..,,-- 1 0 2 your pocket er the glove I
kind patronage throughout the past compartment of your ear.
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year, and look forward with pleasure facllltta/ of better class motor hotels coast to coast
fiupectedandapprovtdbx Congress Motor Hoftli .
Glades Roofing Co. Members of Congress Motor Hotels offer free

to serving you again In. the future ". An Sheet Types Metal ef Boot Work and reservation' service. We honor Credit Cards.CONGRESS The Clewiston Inn

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Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Oewlston FTa. Loel Lance, and Mr. Lence In law and sister, Mr. and: *. .l i

Engagement announced Thursday, January 3, IBM Lake Worth. Newborn. Taylor I

4'' 7Iy Walter Schmidt of Tallahassee Guess of Mr. and Mrs, W, n''!

Joined his wife and baby for Morgan Sr., during the holla,
Christmas In the home of her were Mr. and Mr. Wilson Ioyetlt!

parents) Mr and Mrs Clyde E,. and children. Jan Mike and VJ

ley, They also visited his parents lerie of Orlando Mr and lb '
l lra'a4 i
f In Punta Gorda during the week. Comics Pullen and children, jZ'
NEWS He has returned to Tallahasseeand Emily and David, of Canal PrT:
1 1U Mrs. Schmidt and the baby and Wayne :Morgan of Lake Bw]

remained for a longer visit her i

Mr and Mrs Robert Armstrongand Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Weaver J!

children, Bob and Nancy, of Parrish were guests of his '
Miss Jone Kimbro and John Prewittare Clearwater were holiday guests of Sammie Weaver and Mrs. Weave 101I',I

his sister Mrs T. C. Yon Sr. and for Christmas. Joining the rou/( ;'

married in Lake Harbor church : family for members the holiday of the dinner Weaver were famflti othe.:

+ w Mrs Lorene Acuff of Eustls and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver '
JIr'
Miss Jean Acuff, a graduate student and Mrs. Howard Whlddcn J
Miss Myrna Jose Kimbro dressed In green wool with matchIng at F. S. U., spent the holi- family and Mrs Helen Weave| :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles small hat; she carried a bouquet day with their daughter and sister and Tim Weaver

Glbeaut of Opp, Ala, became the of yellow carnations Mrs. Parker Wilson, and J
} bride of John Prewitt, son of Mr. Jerry Prewitt was best man for family. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sanders 0
AY and Mrs Wm. C. Prewitt of Clew- his twin brother, and David and the Largo spent the holidays her
Currle of
lston in a quiet ceremony Monday Matt Prewitt were ushers.A Miss Lovvorn State with his parents, Mr and liras'
afternoon December 23rd. The wedding reception was held RAINBOW GIRLS AND DEMOLAT BOYS gathered at the Masonic graduate school! of Florida R. C:Haven with whom they ea

Rev. Nicola di Stefano and the In the social rooms of the church Hall Monday night for a buffet dinner ,before singing carols University, Tallahassee spent Joyed a trip Christmas Day ((4
with her 1
Rev. J. O. Jameson performedthe following the ceremony.: Receiving at the"City Park and about Oewlston while enjoying a hay the holidays here parents Fort Lauderdale to visit led
M double ring ceremony: at three with the wedding party, :Mrs. ride. Among the first to "..rn themselves" were left to rt..hi.Bobb Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Currie. brother and family >

o'clock In the Lake Harbor Com- Glbeaut, mother of the bride was Jones Freeman Hodges, Lynwood Bishop Tommy Weald Mr. and Mrs. R. Nigel Miller, I
} dof munity Church. Only the two fam. dressed in an aqua suit with beige. ers. Marry Beth Fry Judy Vane and Marsha Fntch. Mr. and Jr., had as their guests during Dr. and Mrs. John F Power]
tiles, members of the church and accessories and wore a white Mrs. Carlos Dickey Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vane and Art Lawrence the holidays, her sister Mrs. C. and children of Dayton, Obi,I
'
e few close college friends were carnation corsage and Mrs. accompanied Ole group during-the evening. Richard Meeker, and family Mr. were holiday visitors in dewlstoc'
present for the wedding Prewitt the groom's mother was STAFF PHOTO. Meeker Susie Johnny and Diane They were guests of her parents,
The church was decorated with dressed In a blue linen sheath of Piqua Ohio. Joining them for Mr. and Mrs. Gervan Pitzen, us

white and yellow blossoms. A with whit accessories and white 1 and baby Cathy of Miami, and Christmas Day were her mother of his sister Miss Patricia Am

basket holding a fan-shaped arrangement carnation corsage. Mrs. A. F. Kurth of Orlando.Mr. Mrs. Vesta Shroyer of Clewiston Powers and aunt Mrs. Helen
of white glade and Before leaving on a weddingtrip and his parents, Mr. end Mrs. R. Roberta Dr. Powers returned ta
yellow and white! chrysanthemums to Oppi Ala? and New Orleans and Mrs. R. H. Langford N. Miller Sr, and his grandfather Dayton but Mrs. Powers and rte
was flanked by cathedral the bride changed to a spent Christmas Day In"Arcadia Lon Rogers, of LaBelle. children remained for a stay at
candelabra with burning white navy blue silk suit with navy accessories. /////I with her son and family Mr. and Mr. Rogers was celebrating his several days at the Pitzen home.

tapers and a white satin kneeling She wore the white Mrs. Walter Belser and two sons. 95th birthday on Christmas Day.
bench was placed at the front orchid from her prayer book arrangement Eugene P. Timer( Powers J..
of the altar where the young as a corsage Doug Logan of Coral Gableswas Dr. and Mrs. Larry Garrett Indiantown spent the Chrlstmv
couple exchanged rings and vows. The bride is a gradute of St. the guest of Don Glddens in and son.snd Mr. H. A. Land of holiday with his sister Miss Ft;
Ben Prewitt,' brother of the Petersburg High School and will iteKSONAB- the home of his parents Mr. and Jacksonville arrived last weekendto tricla Powers, and aunt Mrs.
MISS GRACE CHRISTINE CIDDENS groom, was pianist. receive her bachelor's degree In Mrs. C. M. Glddens for a few spend several days here with Helen Roberts j!
The bride entered on the arm April at the University. of Florida. days during the Christmas holi Mrs. H. C. Avant and Mr. and
of Mr. Gibeaut, who gave her In The groom graduated from Mrs Addle Durst of Belle Glade, day. The young men enjoyed a Mrs. L. F. Cox. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .
GiddensBeattyMr. street Clewiston High School and received during Nielsen for Christmas were
Coffee honors marriage. She wore a a former resident of Oewlston very rewarding hunting trip bushes'
length dress of white velvet his bachelor's degree: last his stay. Guests of their parents. Mr. tier sisters and their
of
and Mri. Gaud M. Gid-- trimmed in fur and a matching June at the University of Florida spent the weekend as guest and Mrs. G. H. Coleman duringthe Dr and Mrs. I. O. Bishop and!'
dens of Clewlston announce the Mrs. Matt PrewittMrs. small fur hat with short veil. She where he Is presently enrolledin Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Pape Christmas holidays were Mr. and Mrs.-Elmer F Cox
engagement of their daughter carried a white prayer book with his first year In the Law( College. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christian visited during the holidays with George H. Coleman, Jr., who recently Fort Pierce Another sister, Mrs.
Grace Christine, to Dr. Lionel C. Doane Hlne entertainedwith an arrangement of white holly and sen and daughter Linda are enJoying her mother Mrs. Leslie Snowden ] received his bachelor's degree Evelyn Nash and her son, Jett
Eugene Beatty of Fort Myers a morning coffee Friday at orchid. After their wedding trip the a holiday visit from her and Mr. Snowden in Hawthorne. at University of Florida, and and daughter Terryl Jane, joined

on of Mri. Betty Beatty and the her horn in Sugarland" Park Maid of honor and only attendant couple will reside at 111 Southwest parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ken. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Andersonand the family group Christmas Dsj,
late Clifford D Beatty. complimenting Mrs. Matthew Miss Jean Johnson, was Third Avenue. Gainesville. nedy of Louisburg N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford have to their children Mellnda Dane r
Moore Haven
moved
Prewitt. of Gainesville the for- from
Miss Glddens la a Senior at and Wynn of East Lansing, Mich.
Ctewiston High School where she mer Eudolle Helen Mueller of Mrs. H. R: Hall Mrs. M. V. Clewiston and are residing In Mr. Anderson Is working on his

la very active In school events Pahokee. Engagement announced Cloffelty and Mrs. E W. Durst Pacific Trailer Park. doctorate at the graduate school Did You Know?

and In the Order of Rainbow for Arrangements of yellow roses were In Fort Myers Saturday aft. Mrs. O. W. Glddens of St. Augustine of Michigan State College. George
Girls. She is now a Past Worthy were used on the mantel and before ernoon to attend Open House at visited her daughter Mrs. Coleman, Jr.,returned with them
Advisor as .well as a Past Grand the picture window of the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Redding J. Blount, and familyfor this week and Is enrolled In the You can get
Officer. living room and formed the decorations BrowerEllingtonMr. E. Johnson, on Mlramar Road. the Christmas holidays. graduate school there to work on

Dr. Beatty graduated from coffee: sandwiches at the dining and table petit where fours and Mrs. Glenn T. Brewer Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. J. 'B Fountain made a short his master's.degree. Bar-B-Q to GO!

Clewiston High School where he were served. 2176 E. Main Street Pahoke. Sage on Saturday were T/Sgt trip to Tifton, Macon and Dublin Harold White of New Orleanswas
was active In the athletic program Mrs. Prewitt the honoree was announce the engagement and approaching and Mrs. E. E Allen and four Ga. during Christmas to visit a guest of his parents Mr.

and graduated from Lincoln dressed in a beige jacket ault and marriage of their sons of Patrick AFB Cocoa; Mr. his mother and other relatives and Mrs. Llewellyn White, for the
Chiropractic: College In Indianapolis daughter Alicia Sue to Glenn N. and Mrs. J. J. Allen of Hamilton.Mo. holidays.Mr. .
Indiana. He carriedon wore a corsage the of yellow rose with Ellington son of Mr. and Mrs. .. and Mr. and Mrs Owen Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of A
his practice: for three yearsIn buds. Greeting honoree guests John N. Ellington Clewiston. Hawks and two daughters of Winter Haven visited last week and Mrs. Sam Thlgpen! enjoyed
Mrs. Woe and the were
end with her brother Melvin Christmas Day In LaBelle
Illinois before returning Mueller i Kansas City Mo. The group en-
Mrs. F. W.
Florida Dr. Beatty Is now associated her mother mother-in- Miss Brower Is a graduate of joyed a tour of the ClewUton Pape, Mrs. Pape and other rela- where they attended a family
and her
of Pahokee,
with the Sweetland Pahokee High School, class of Sugar House and other Interesting lives in Clewiston. They also> gathering at the home of his sis
Wm. C. Prewitt. 0
Chiropractic: Clinic In Fort My law Assisting Mrs In serving were Mrs.F. 1962. She graduated from Voca- spots in the area, and a picnic visited during the holidays with ter, Mrs. Nannie Collins. Others Phone YU 2-9322
era. tional Beauty School In West dinner at the Wayside Park. his si.ter"Mrs. M D. Geiger In attending were another sister
B. W.
M. Rodriguez Mrs. Palm Beach and is employed by j
The couple has planned Hundertmaifc, Mrs Earl E. Edwards Belle Glade.
a
Ina's Beauty Shop. Mr, and Mrs. William Parks of
June wedding. Mrs. Jack Scott and the
Ehrllch Trailer Park are on a
Misses Runes and Anltra Hundert- Is graduate of
Mr. Ellington a
holiday visit in Lexington, Ky.
mark. Clewiston High School, class of Friends have learned that Mr.
Approximately sixty guests' 1962 and is employed by United
4 Parks became ill after their arrival 4mana'
from the lake area called during States Sugar Corporation. and has undergone major QUALITY

the party hours.Patients at surgery in a Lexington hospital
take
The wedding will place
Thurs. Fri., Jan. 2 3
seven o'clock: on the evening of ALICE SUE GROWER Mrs F. E. Conkllng entertaineda
PALM SPRINGS WEEKEND' e ilk Friday. January 17th, In the First few friends at a coffee at her BACKED BY A YEARNEW
TROY DONAHUE Methodist Church, Pahokee. Rev. home Friday afternoon complimenting -
CONNIE STEVENSYou John A. Briley will officiate.No Health departmenthas : Mrs. E. W. Durst, who i
get only fun &
laughs
admtled-Ruth Lapp, lived in Clewiston for many years WARRANTYON
mailed
will be
Invitations
Sat., Jan 4 Russell Judd Adela Gomez, Al- but all friends of the bride and holiday partyThe and is now a resident of BelleGlade
Mrs Durst was here fora
DOUBLE FEATURE bert Howard Joseph Coffield,
are invited to attend the home of Mrs. Parker Wilson -
groom
Sharon Coots, Geraldine Dees, H. weekend visit ,
"STAGE COACH AT DARK ceremony and the reception which was the scene of a holiday TOTAL APPLIANCE
ROCK" D. Joann, Rea Huff, Robt. Avant, will follow In the Social Hall of party Monday when Miss Margaret Capt. Sherwood Hall of Clovis I
Edith Egley. Linda Fussell Ger-
the Church. Morgan and Mrs. Wilson New Mexico spent the weekend
Pyro-Man Without A Face vis Hathcock, Viola Ramirez, entertained the personnel of the here with his brother. Joe M. The most comprehensive, honest warranty ever offered on r
Charles Mercer Mildred Currle. Hendry County Health Depart Hall and family and Mr. and any refrigeration product! And all you do is provide normal
Patients remaining Joseph Sugarland Pharmacy ment. Mrs. H. R. Rail He enjoyed maintenance aervls. on your new 1963 Amanalrr

Sun. Mon, Jan 5 6 Coffield Gervis Hatchcock. May hunting in the area during his
Garnder, William E. Bailey Guest Mrs. Katherine lee-fer
were short stay. yesrufif ffce
"KINGS OF TIlE 8Th"YULE PIZZAYU
Charles Viola
Mercer Ramirez
Fields Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rlsb-
BRYNNERA Caroline Sue Null, H. D. Joslln. er, H. B. Ahlfeldt of LaBeUe Dr. The children of Mr. and Mrs. z

New World of Adventure Uriah Tanner, Teresa Edwards, 2-3311 Wm. F. Hill Jr., of Sebrln,. Mrs. Clarence W. Knecht were fortunate ATTTdEn s sa sx
to have
Geraldine Dees. on Christmas Day
Elizabeth Nellls of Avon Park,
both of their grandmothers here =
Mrs. Betty McPhail and Miss
Frances Morgan of Clewiston, and for a vlait-Mr. Bessie O. a FIYE-TEAR WARRANTY ON TOTAL APPLIANCE rw

Mrs. Wilson's mother Mrs. to- Knecht and Mrs. Ruby Hamilton
Lauderdale. Aimra DUtiibulort and their Dolor, InhpondmUy and not M agents of Asians R.higeratlee. ts
both of Fort
Toggery Shop's Clearance rene Acuff and her sister Miss : Inc, ntend the following mmitty to sine of 1963 AHUM RofHfomton or Combination Tnntf zn
Jean Acuff, who were her house Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Schick and pluo-R.f>If>retora: zs

guests daughters Misses Sally and Susan 1 fitt rrplnQMTifnt or i mlr by an luthoritxi Dater ak l Mu spoon Including tehtej fahof, ot zp
SchIck, were In Dunellon Sunday rti land o>lfclv under norrn.1 UM M to uroriiiminhip i inet sd arehwe .TIT owner *N "7POB"1 ** none minlenana service Ruth uD
to attend the Golden Wedding anniversary cleaning _gpooVimng unit motor lubrication, and
W. Lewises honoredon door alignment for rash.anent d .mkw lteml xII
Cash Sale of her sister and broth- Hich M n.tfti. nibhrr or plaitieoppeir pur U. Inhj bulb and anrsorire. ad foOTpmure norne
er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. U. nct llOTn due to erne or This warranty doe not uses local art p or aln
Y 25th anniversaryMr. Gore. apace incurred in ptrfwm.no., nor doM II apply to any product subJocUd to accident, misuse,
nrilitmet, ab .. dtfaotrrwnl, o* send number pies or repaired or attend by UMUthortaod z
and Mrs. W. T. Lewis of Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Reid annul *>M to seed adversely Its prfonMiwo or nUiblUty. perz

Lake Placid, former residents ofClewisam and son spent Christmas Day In This mmnly ih.ll bo offoetlvo only elthki! tie United States and whoa the product Is pane t

Starts Friday Jan. 3 (Closed Thurs.. Jan. 2) were honored on the Fort Lauderdale visiting her par. a chutd horn outhorbMl DMrltnloro or thtlf DMlor PuiduMn tea ether orarao. It any. nV
steals Mfvico from tulhorlitd d
occasion of their Silver Wedding! ants Dbtribtiton or dale Dnbra poa pynom ol des stfutar sdMdufel
Anniversary December 24th witha dares thonfor. z
: family party at the home of Dr. Tillmaa Keen of Lafayette,
discount f for their son.ln-law and daughter Mr. Ala., an4 J Mrs. Cecilia Hunter of AMAHA IIFII'IIATIOM, IMC, AUANA. IOWA zw.a.a.
and Mrs. Sammie Weaver In Sarasota were weekend guests' of .
30 10 Clewiston. his brother. M. C Keen Sr.. and

cash family.Mr. .
on A pink and white color scheme
was used and refreshments In- and Mrs. W. A. Moore, Jr.,
cluded an anniversary cake, appropriately and family have returned to their *
1 Suits, Skirts, Sweaters; Car Coats, decorated. Attending home In Altamonte Springs alter ;, z BOLD ANEW ...

were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr. spending the holidays with their 1 """" ana
I Wool Capris, Warm Dresses Coats and Mrs. H. C. Button Sr.. Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
and Mrs. O. L. Button, Mrs. De-. Moore Sr., and Mrr.: Percy Ro : FOR ', Quality. t Styling .

Robes Warm Gowns and !ores Duncan, Misses Patricia and 63 Convenience leads
Pajamas Lenora Sutton Lannle and Kim land.Mr. the wayl
and Mrs. Frank W. Spar
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Exciting NEW
Sutton
storage arrangement
other articles. ling and family of Miami spent
t many many Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sunday in Qewiston with her tempered glaze shelf big
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. dark,
Sutton. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. milk storage (even bold 4 onegallonmilk
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morgan, Sr..
50% discount for cash on one lot of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Boyette and Moore Sr. 'e'- containers) full width extra.t .

children Miss Fay Lewis of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Harold Broad- } martin crisper full size refrigerator

:: and Mrs Gerald Lewis. rick of Bartow spent Christmas '4 plus a genuine Amana Freezer
,I Sweaters and Skirts.
in this area visiting their parents and it Is only 32-.wide!
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadrick of
,,t'\; ALL SALES FINAL mere + '
> Clewlston and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 2 sppilsneu In 1 rarew,
11'J I5sMeeae IBM
rn Miitt leapt fad M-
Henderson of Lake Harbor. rsersYeNrise
isuSreNl.ist

: tr. HAPPY NEW YEAR iSN A family Christmas dinner at SEE j4filfQ'fIRSTI

J trNFQR WIoN the home of Mr. and )Ir.. Claud Cots par.quality, beauty, convenience and the) new
*, from all of the Glddens honored their daughter live-Year Warranty on Total Apply scel Amana ie your best buy, by tail
us at Miss Christina Glddens and her Tee gel rlo sene (sit werresfy ea etsof Amtit rte'stH, feel -

Boots Guides Gas a Ice fiance. Dr. Lionel E. Beatty.


Toggery Shop Fishing Johnson's Tackle Supplies whose engagement today.meal Enjoying with 1s the being the young traditional announced Glades Gas Co.


honorees were his mother Mrs.Betty .
Fishing Camp Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert -

ClwwUtoa Flo. Glddens and children of dew Phone YU 2-1311 DAN McCARTHY I
futon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Glddens Clewi.ton, Fla'i
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Washington D. c.. bet ton and note the report that speculative number of outfits she baa made dewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five i I
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. Happy Times Treat Interest in the old Czarist regime over the years but it runs Into the Thursday, January 1, 1984
Harry Knight and family of Russian bonds (repudiated by the thousands She hope that her efforts -

-t daughter Homestead Mr.her and aon MM-1n-law C and E Sunny Cinnamon Graham Meringues Communists after the revolution) are bringing the same Joy Chamber directors ben named Leon Wayne Mrs.
1 It reviving for the umpteenthtime and happiness to the little girls Owens is the former Juanlta
Miner, Sr., and their
C. E
tons,
? who receive them that her Salvation
meet next TuesdayThe Snell of Clewiston.
Muter Jr., of Palm Beach and
That will be the day that signals Army doll gave to her.
Jay Carroll Miner of Washington, regular meeting of the directors
Hundreds of children will
the REAL thawing of the Tampa
and Miss Ruth Hamner of West of the Clewiston Chamberof Mr. and Mrs Jessie Coots are
cold if the U.S.s.R. should receive doll this Christmas in the
war
Palm Beach E.r E. Commerce will be held af the the proud parent of a son, Clapton
I ERONAlS: : suddenly decide to pay off those annual Salvation Army distrIbu- Clewiston Inn at noon on Tuesday. who was born on December
bond in full. Some of them will tion. Many of them will be attiredin .
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Webb were January 9th, with President Moye 22nd In Hondry General Hospital.
called to Wagner, S. C.on Christ. be dug up out of old trunks, and dresses designed and made byTampa' L. Bishop la charge. The baby weighed five pounds,
of Immo- "
i Mrs. James Grainger mas Eve by the death of her others peeled off the wall by people "Doll Dress Lady. Let All Chamber members In- two ounce
alee and her children, Jim, Mary r who decided us hope that as these children grow arc
father, Lucius H. Cook, who years ago they vited to attend 'meeting of
Ann and Robert, visited her par- passed away at the age of 96. et were worthless and might as well into womanhood they too will remember the directors, and any all member Mr. and Mrs Arthur Browningof
ints and Mrs. Pat Peters
Mr. Funeral servlc.s were held In be used as wallpaper. the kindness of unknown of the board are expected to be LaBelle are the parents of aKin
urlng the Christmas week. friends who made the gift possible
Wagner on December 26th. prevent Arthur, Jr., who was born
I r SeA Florida has been getting some and like Edna will experience the December 21 at Hendry General
Gall Russell of the UnlVrslty -
Miss Mr. end Mrs. Ernest Simmons favorable publicity recently in na same happiness that the "Doll Hospital, weighing six pounds
Miami visited for
of atw had as guests for a few days dur. tional publications.A Dress Lady" find In performing BIRTIIS eight ounces.
with Miss Artls Law.
days fig Christmas week his brother TIME magazine business ar- her appointed task. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Owens
I before leaving by plane to
-nee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ticle gave a good play to our well- The real Joy of Christmas come of Moor Haven are the proud Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Gomes
at her home
|end the holiday Simmons and sons, Richard Ken known Winn Dixie food markets in giving not merely money but of parents of a ton, who was bornon Jr., are the parents of a son

Venezuela. and: Michael of Anderson S. C. operations, with a picture of the ourselves as well Sunday, December 29, at Lee Manuel Gomez III who was

I Miss Martha Nowllng returned four Davit brother Austin, Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers. born Christmas Eve in Hendry

L Atlanta on New Year's Day a James, Artemus and Tine who V.F.W. kids' partyis The baby weighed six pounds, General Hospital weighing seven
B'.er spending several days in ti9C control the chain. six and one-half ounces and has pounds 15 ounces.

with her parents. Mr.d The article noted that tin Jacksonville big success
ewlston Happy season ratartatnfaf crisp, light and spicy II I a partr'tnat
Mrs. R. C. Nowllng, and her that' a snappy new twist: oa old-favorite marguerite*.t based grocery chain
other, Tom.Enjoying Called "Sunny Cinnamon Graham Markg) ea", thy are fun and' ranks seventh in sales in the U.S., Approximately 75 children and
easy to make, festive but inexpensive. X simple egg white jne-j has 809 stores in 10 southern 75 adults attended the Open House See the New '64 Models
ringu is lightly spiced with crated rind, the Christmas party given by the
I Christmas Day with orange placed by ]1 states and baa topped the field In
teaspoonful oa brightly ipiead dnnamoa graham cracker, and Hawkins Kirk Cordon Post, V. F. I
irs. Knight were her o return on Invested capital .
Josephine UxlO': DELUXE \RLETTE 2 BEDROOM FULLY FURNfSIIED -
baked til meringue U a\ fight gold. Delicious with hot
eggnog ] W at the Post Home on Francisco
( Miss Ruth Knight of After all, that' the ultimate
lighter chocolate, soft drinks, poach or whatever yon wish to serve. A;
,treat for grownup and children, lik*. Han't the easy way toj. measure of a business venture's Avenue. 55x10' BATH HALF MAILETTE 1 BEDROOM
mtkat szni4 success, and Wlnn Dixie' 21 per The youngsters were rewardedwith

_Sonay Chuunoa GriMMHerhrgaea"l cent Is twice that of the giant A. a personal visit from Santa
HOUSE & SPOUSE U teaspoon fnel11f&W
|> A -t *. orange rindW ,: P.Guiding maxim of the Davis Gsylor was the distributor. 50x10 Cranbrook & Belmont 2 ,bedroom fully

; oonWeream of tartar!j t. $4 cap sug brothers i it the admonition of their Turkeys were awarded to Bud l' r eSpecial
I L, t and 1'hICWhltII late father who founded the business .. Whldden. W. H. Carimer. L. G. furnished.
.fbpanteTwtfan'Cato thirds lace oa eooUe sleet*Blend 1 : "Stay liquid sell for cash, Pugh. Frank Rodriguez and Al
%Tm of tartar and orange rind into smear.. Beat whltaa. and don't buy real estate" Pearlman.In $3950.00
stir bat set dry. add sugar mixture to egg white) oo another holiday activity the
*aa>kw stiff and glouy peak*.'
eop aOsu II1ri esieaehpieaeccabort Another Item I noted was an Post reports a successful tree

11Mee: BaD ba WIT aIow 1IDtIl unertnguee ....; editorial in the Produce New sale
PROTEC.ORI iroIIs.. M to M ninntea.Cool away from draft M commenting on the outstanding
W1 success Florida Citru Mutual has Repossessed like new 57x10' Chicasha Office
Acres GoodMuckland
had with distribution of Its serrated 640 Trailer Custom Built.
tip silvered grapefruit spoon.

FAREWELL TO .. The spoon have been selling at All these mobile homes on display at
the rate of more than one million Close In Contact
ANOTHER YEAR Kp a year. If* estimated total salesto
HEALTH c farmfront date exceed 7% million. Flori, DADEMONROEREALTY

Abner H. Vann Hag JOI for your past da Citrus Commission" gets a boost CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, Inc.

for a "terrific Job" it has done In

Ph. ..." 'M litromii. Wi topi toO TOPICI promoting and advertising the 309 W. Suffarland Hwy. 830 E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 22C61The

1111'1' JOll DW IA I\ co slwnrFo'so' spoons. a o Phone YU 3-2941

2-5971 q 7o.Oar4 Dude ranches are popuJar in

W/Null .well L. Sutton Vow Lisa Lonl of Utdlnl Vow Doctor SociMT(OUdldM....< tile ,,_Or A the West and some have achieveda :.0

ncI ::I::."' Florida kldlal A_._ pretty Jalr-slzed business sta

r..=.". ice distributor ATHLETES AND EXAMINATIONSThe When I was scanning news rePOrts being ture. promoted Now. farm in vacation a number are of tjjlf
recently three ''Item
captured
examination of a boy who states.!

'.' wants to be an athlete can put the ((1)) my Nlkita attention Khrushchev: ..* Latest development i Is a farm Only Paper In
1' examining physician in a difficult vacation directory soon to go to ,
GRANULATED chewing out hU farm manaerea.ain
r position. Befog turned down for .*. A typical listing: 300-
FINE-far something be wants to do that for a poor harvest showin,. acre farm nr. 1,000 Islands St.
This make the third In
t will build Ida morale and ego can year a Lawrence Seaway. Enjoy watching
wt row that the Russian grain harvest
flit en cause psychological trauma to a modern dairy in operation or The World DedicatedTo
has filled to come up to expectations.
i boy.Sometimes Join activities. S gentle riding
much pressure la ex- horses, numerous pets. Farm
erted by interested parties In an (2)) Canada has completed the pond. Babysit day or nite. Nr 15

effort to have an athletic aspirant biggest farm export sale in It* lakes Son IS, girls 14, 17.
given a clean bill of health by the history: 360 million dollar worthof Lge. families welcome. We enjoy Clewiston and
t examining physician. But phytl- wheat to Red China and another making new friends."

clans have standards when qualifying 500 million dollars worth to Soviet uThe publisher note! there' good
r.t or disqualifying anybodyfor Russia. Those are huge fU o't&fteyin the vacation businessfor
and not to becoerced gores. ; I I
anything are farm families with spar room JW-

into confirming that a (II) Secretary of Commerce for guest and adequate recreation Hendry County .: .
boy .is qualified to be an athlete facilities. .
hedges has let U be know .
when he is not, even though he One farm family realized (600
that we are about to "re
may have kills much needed byan
view" oar policy governing from guest Income the second
athlete department. exports to C CommanUt-blot year In the business, $1,200 the
There are three major problem
third and 12,500 last
countries. He made no statement ;year year.
areas where disqualifying defects
are often detected in the examination that the policy will bechanced

DISSOLVING of prospective athletes. The but . "Too Late to Classify"By ,The Clem iston'Neiv

metabolic diseases are a factor, Fatting these kinds .1 la-

especially diabetes. Diabetes, as formation together with recent KuMell Kay
such .is not always considered a
report ef bit tale of

|Residence Site on Del Monte Avenue disqualifying controlled disease either If it with.is adequately or munist manufacture countries to by the some Com of inspirational I am indebted magazine to Guideposts, edited the by FIRST in Local News Coverage

without Insulin. But often there are our friendly nation of the Norman Vincent Peale. for bringIng

150 ft. insulin reactions associated with Free World It seems obvious to my attention the activity of
frontage Increased exercise. Kidney disease that we ear expect some new an Inspired Tampa woman who for 9 FIRST in Advertising
Is a serious matter and while the deTelopmenla of these 25 ;years has been making doll
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Jesuits of test may not be alarming clothe for the Salvation Army.As .
20 ft. driveway at side days In ear trade relation
are well the Salvation
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stress of athletic competition can Curt.In. Army distribute toys and .

[inest homes in Clewiston are in this area. put a heavy load on the kidney dolls a* well as food to needy families -
function with dire results. There The materials. sold to the Soviet each Christmas. We toss a
are problem of the cardlovascu- bloc by our European friend coin or two in Santa's bag on the

Terms can be arranged. lar-reipiratory system which fre- ::Include products which American street corner in response to the
uently! include heart and blood i Industry could furnish U It Will Arm,'* appeal and go our way Subscribe Todayfor

pressure abnormalities. ;permitted to do so, such a. steel with little thought of where or how

$3,000.J. A youth needs to be In good I for big pipe lines chemical factories the contribution la used.
health when competing! in sports I and a wide variety of machinery In 1916 a little girl Edna Walk
especially the contact ones such as i and other goods. er, faced a bleak Christmas. Her yourself
football basketball wrestling andsoccer. father had been ill and out of work .' .

HI best Insurance i 11 an for a long time and what little "' ,, .
adequate physical examination. Personally I'm opposed to our funds available were needed for and. ,. ,, '

selling hard goods of any kind the bare necessities of life. Although ',... :\, ';:. : ,:
E. BEARDSLEY that would strenghten a Comma only six years old, Edna ., "*?, ".
for those \ '
Sugarland Pharmacy nist country' economy. Food, understood why Santa could bring ,; : sg ,
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKE such as wheat and flour will be no toy to her and she could not

consumed. They may relieve a keep the tear from her eyes a* living away. 0-
one YU 2-7501 E. Sugarland Hwy. PIZZAYU hardship situation but the effect they feasted on a pretty doll la the r' >w.. "M'
will be temporary. They can't be stor. window. But there would be
the News is like letter from home !
2.3311 copied and reproduced a* can no Christmas at her house that a
hard good such as machine and year.
factories. Then on Christmas! Eve. a smiling Please fill out the convenient ,order blank and mail today

Salvation Army lassie In her
However, It ny develop blue uniform appeared at the door - - - -
that well time .. the ceaenulm of their little bon\.. She was laden

Thrif ty's Shoppers LuncheonServed we cant Afford to ed with a generous basket of good r Name (please print) ..................................;----l:;
stand M the sideline much lea, toy and a doll. It was beautifully :
longer and refuse to trade dressed In hand sewn ,

Every Day I with the Communist bloc clothes. A Christmas dream come Mail Address (P. 0-, St., RFD) .............!. ::.......: ......:...
when. ether .* ear side are
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Jumping m and doing big true.Edna I
loved that she washed
doll .,. .....
City or Town State
bulnet It. dressed it, slept with It, caressed 1 t i iI

58 relaxation Undoubtedly of ,our any preeent proposal policy for before. A* the year passed I BATES: $4.00, year; $2.00 Six ,

Edna never forgot the shining mo
would provoke some heated de Please Indicate:
ment of joy when she received that 4 I II
bate. But I'll venture to guess ,

Menu this weekend I that such a move may be made, 'Salvation A* she Army grew older dolL she realized I O Check Enclosed [D Money Order 0 Bill Me )

and defended, like the tesMbaa ,that it was the thoughtfulness and

5 treaty: a calculated risk with a kindness of others that providedher Amount for [Q one year; 0 six i months I ,
potential for great benefits, IF sufficient : I
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Grilled Tender Steakwith doll and gave her such happi
Pepper safeguard for our national :
HAPPY ,ne... She wanted to return that }
Interest are provided. kindness so she contacted the Salvation t [D Extend my present subscription

tomato gravy Incidentally, did you happen to : Army and asked if she .
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NEW YEAR might sew clothes for dolls to be t If Gift Subscription: I
hed
Potatoes Steamed CabbageHot distributed on Chrlatma (, I

For the past 23 year Edna Walker I Sender's Name ................
Dinner Bolls, Batter !May every wish Double "A"Roofing bat been sewing doll dre..... )
Given sizes desired she made fifty
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the first year. Her project i* a yearlong
for
come true you ask When Christmas is
one
,* passed she begin making doll I t Hendry County Best 1
and yours in the Licensed clothe for the next year and

Bonded has steadily Increased the I' Home Printed News and Advertising Medium ''I'II
new year! A dresses provided. Last year

Free Estimate on All Types ill made hand and made contributed with loving 500 ,.h'j l __ __ _ - --

'hrifty Drug Johnson's Fishing Roofing Phone and YU Painting 3-1131 a is similar her mind gift goes brought back to her the at

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Pan Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qewlstoo, Fla. fruit and vegetable crops. These employment which has fallen Sugarland Pharmacy

Thursday. .January, 1964 were established in 1955 based on 1963 Hendry-Glades projects share low 1962. Home purchase mortgages date.Dividends
toxicity studies presented" at have Improved but are still will be paid as far PIZZAYU
although as possible during January 1964.
6 per cent below last year
hearing held in 1950. FDA said
U.S. construction recordConstruction building permits show 5 but insured should not write VA
that re-evaluation of Chlordane Engineer 2-3311
before the first of March 1964
Extension cent more new housekeeping
givenon toxicity data Indicates that they per
about Don-receipt of dividends Inquiries -
are inadequate in the light of conditions plagued a housing units in the making
County agent'snews by Army Engineer I Drought pordon to VA during the processing
present knowledge Any interested of the Lake Okeechobee area
1963
during posted another
tune for payment of the dividend 8Hop.
farm loans columnBy person may within 30 days time dollar value record when cee during the year and spillways one will slow down .
Methodist'districtDfficer the payment, Wilson !
after publication In the Federal f 107.7 million In federal funds wer the coastal canals were kept said. LocAL 8TORIIto

Eligible farmers In Hendry Ted Gallo Register of Dec. 5, 1963, file spent by the Jacksonville Dlstric c3: closed most of the year to save all

county have been given one year written comments with the Hearing for military and civil works cot I_ the fresh water possible and to pre- ---------------------- ,
longer until December 31, For those of you who have not Clerk. Dept. of Health Education structlon and for navigation an d vent salt water Intrusion. West dies

1964.-to apply for initial emergency driven around our county recently: : and Welfare Room 5440, 330 real estate. Palm Beach drew some of its water BI I

Public you are missing the birth of an Independence Avenue, S. W., supply from the Flood Control i I! The Demand
loans under Sec. 321 This topped the 1962 constructlo? Dr. Laurie G. Ray, Superintendent -
Law 87-128. Senator Spet- Industry that will be a great ad- Washington, D. C. figure by $4.2 million and almm,t canals and Broward' County acquired of the West Palm Beach District

card Holland a ranking majority dition to the economy of Hendry Endria DeletionsThe doubled the 1961 expenditures, ac.. much of Its water from ConL. of the Methodist Church, died For Stocker

' member of the Senate Agriculture \- County "USDA Summary of Registered cording to District Engineer Co! servatlon Area 2, which Is recharged suddenly on Monday while he and J
Primarily located south of La-
and Forestry Committee Belle a new citrus Industry Is Agricultural Pesticide H. R. Parfitt. by water from Lake Okee- Mrs. Ray were visiting their | Cattle Is Heavy

and Congressman Paul G. ,- blossoming], Many thousand acres Chemical Uses" is deleting the "Calendar year 1963 was a bone chobee canals. stations designed daughter In North Carolina
' era Representative of the Sixth use of endrln ((0,4 lb. actual per for the Jacksonville Distrlc t Nine major pumping -
In this
are being planted crop than 11 mll- the of
to Dr. to post
District, have informed this that has Florida the world acre) on broccoli, brussel sprouts, of the Corps of Engineers and Iii, pump more Ray came
put on
': of water minute, In June,
lion gallons per District Superintendent
newspaper of the extension agricultural cabbage and cauliflower The nlflcant milestones were reached,' Buy Only The
Hendry County maps.has for many limitations in the Summary before Colonel Parfitt said dot the flood control project. 1962, after having served as pas

This law, stated the legislators years grown moderate amounts deletion' were-"do not apply Enumerating the milestones Col._ Recreation is a by-product of the tor of the Hyde Park Methodist Cattle You Want

was enacted to provide federal of oranges and grapefruit, however after edible parts start to onel Parfitt noted that: far-flung flood control project, but Church of Tampa for 11 years.

credit assistance to farmers until a short time ago form." Land acquisition for >the National It is gaining In Importance every Widely known and loved by

in all types of agriculture who plantings did not extend out onto Aeronautics and Space Admlnls. day. Army Engineers and the churches of all denominations
have not sufficiently recovered tration Manned Lunar Flood Control District: are working throughout the United States asa
I the muck, or onto the flat woods Landing{
from losses sustained In the December where it is being heavily planted Jan. bid date set Area on Merritt Island was virtually on extensive programs aimed fund raiser for church building

1962 freeze to obtain today completed at year's end. Somi! at a planned development of thei projects and debt retirement Dr. Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.

loans through local sources. Barring the untorseen citrus for $23 9 million was spent by the Corpi canals and conservation areas for Ray recently concluded a successful

will have a real value to our economy cross state for the land during this calendai greater public use and for Improved campaign for a New Educa-
slated bunting and fishing. tional Building at the First Methodist -
Originally to expire As the plantings begin to year.
with the year 1963. the one year come into production, they will barge canal workThe Civil works construction by th
extension was made necessary, attract related industries to the Army Engineers totaled $33.2 mil about $100 million on the Flood Funeral services were held GLADE LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.

said the administrator of the area. It baa been reliably estimated Cross Florida Barge Canal, lion. Control Project since It was Started Thursday afternoon la the Hyde

Farmers Home Administration that one acre of bearing grove the 'dream of many a Floridian Military construction Including 114 I years ago and the state has Park Methodist I Church Tampa.A .

because many farmers ia all brings in a thousand dollars new for more than a century, today NASA and Air Force work for th e<<, added another $22 million in cash Memorial Service was conducted none WT 8-SOZ8 .Belle

typo of agriculture have not money to the economy of the reached a significant milestoneArmy first six months of the year vaulted and similar amount in lands and by Bishop James W. Henley Glade. FU

sufficiently: recovered from the county. This includes supplies, Engineers set a tentative to $674. million Effective J., rights of way for Improvement of of the Florida ,Conference In the
date of Jan. 29 for bids to be
substantial losses sustained Any equipment wages, and other con. 1, a separate Army Engineer District the project. First Methodist Church of West .
opened on the first section of excavation cri
farmer desiring informationabout lider aliens. for the U-by-150-foot canal Wit created to handle the, During fiscal year 196243 a total Palm Beach. la lieu of lending citpq

emergency loans or other On your Sunday drive take a which will cross the state from space construction program al t; of $14 million la federal funds flowers memorials may be madeto

types; of assistance should get in swing through the western end Jacksonville to Yankeetown. Cape Kennedy and Merritt Island. went into the construction and en- the Florida Southern College

touch with the local office of the of the county and see for yourselfour Some $13 million was spent on i gineerljii for the flood] control: 'Educational Fund.'Vets'Info! .
District Engineer Cols! H. R. ATTENTION
Farmers Home Administration soon-to-be blossoming indus Duval and St Johns county beaches -1 project. !
will
Parfitt said the first contract
serving hi* county try. this year to restore the storm Benefits: resulting from the project '
cost about $300,000 for a one-mile :
located six damaged sections. Navigation projects which Is only one-third com- Service Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK
excavation at a point
Thirty-four Florida countiesare From time to time we receive boosted the expenditures to plete, amount to $4 tor every $1 ,

I affected by the one year ex pesticide other tolerance news which Informationand may well and a half of miles an early south start of Palatka.Purpose of the. $39: million. Invested, according to Army Engineer By Frank E. Veltre TO THE FUTURE AND

tension. They Announcement 'was made economists
are: Brevard. barge canal construction at that, just Service Officer WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
be to situation. jl
applicable
Browsed Charlotte Citrus, Collier your before Christmas that the first ,I
I Dade, DeSoto Flagler. For your reference any pertinent point. Colonel Parfitt said Is to contract on the Cross Florida Barge Colonel Parfitt described 1963 asa Checks will come early to veterans t:
provide a water access to the first ,
material will be sent to in highly significant year for the
you Canal would
Glades
be awarded
Hardee Hendry Hern- some time and war orphans hi training in A
Lew Cost
newsletter form. of five locks to be built on the Corps of Engineers work In Flori- Farm Mortgage
I ando early In 1964. Florida as result of
Highlands HOlsborough. a the Veterans ,
1158 million waterway. A 12-by-100- "Iadi FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
da and In the Caribbean. a
I Indian River, Lake Lee, Manatee Chlordane Tolerance Reduced foot waterway Is in existence between Giant strides were wade lathe bona are that 1964 will also see Administration being able to com- Win Farnlsk Cash T.Reflaaaee. i
Central and Southern Florida .
Marion, Martin Okeecho- plete arrangements for early mailing
T. Zero Jacksonville and Palatka. steps made by a) debts.Ftaaaee .
outstanding
bee Orange Osceola, Palm No residues of Chlordane wouldbe The first contract will extend the where? sTood significant Control new Project starts the some Army Engineers In FJorida,55 trainees.of training checks to the GI I farm Improvements, new buildings, purchase

Beach. Pasco. Plnellas Polk permitted on food crops under 12-foot-deep channel to a point Faifitt said.State wind machines and Install Irrigation y

Putnam, St. Johns, St. Lucie, amended regulations proposed by within % of a mile of th."lite of were channels made. enlarglnc and _floodway tnact-- Arrangements have been made :' .' Assist In purchase ., a farm grove ar ranch.
with
Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter and FDA. Tolerances for residues of the St. Johns Lock In Putnam the Treasury Department Regional Purchase mere land.a i
Volusla. lug locks sa the KlMimmee Disbursing Office to mall
, 0.3 ppm are now in effect for 47 I IIl county. Some one million cubic river and the Calmsahatehee Chamber ) Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise.
training allowance checks to veterans
yards of material will be removed ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
f river, and war orphans on Decem-
under the flrsi contract. Reviews Gains '
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Deepening' and widening the ber 16 Instead of the normal matting
A second contract scheduled to
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1. Lewer
Il IntraooasUI Waterway from date payments.
of December
Off./ 8441335He 18. Thus
be advertised about Jan. 10 and
Jacksonville to Miami was In 63 Business trainees will receive their November i. Longer terms (a* to I* years).

VI 8-2682 opened In mid-February will call nearing eompieUoo. and the last training checks December 18, S. Dependable service (serving agriculture exclusively
for excavation of a land cut for Florida's the
on upswing
: economy since 1117).
segment of dredging was scheduled before Florida schools recess for
:1 the Cross Florida Barge Canal since late this laIn
to be pot order contract summer the Christmas holidays. 4. Full prepayment privileges, without penalty.
westward from the St. Johns Lock early la. the new year. position to wind up 1983 on the Rufus H. Wilson, manager of the 5. Lean service )y local people familiar with local arrl-
for a distance of several miles. bright side, with a good start Into
Thurmond W. Knight Durlna. the. year extensive. St. Petersburg VA Regional Office, culture.
Two contracts by the Army Engineers Chamberof
Florida State
work was accomplished on widening 1964. the said, however, that In order to receive If we east be ef service to yea please write ar atone
this fiscal year are expected : and Kla- Commerce stated In its Weekly W. E. MAY Mgr ... DOYLE E. ABBOTT' '
deepening the checks early, monthly certifications Last Mgr.
'Accredited Farm & Land Broker"Thurmond to use up the bulk of II million dames liter and ea eonabnaotlon Business Review of the final of training should be :.

appropriated for work before June ., locks on the floodway weeks of the year. promptly: completed by trainees Federal Land Bank Associationof
Knight Realty Inc ornCelRe. : 30. Some of the funds will be usedto '
"Recent trends of Indicators
channel. Deepening and enlarging principal after they have completed the full
tMM" nivlrr Bears 2010 Avenue E prepare engineering data for- the Caloosabatebee river are, in the majority, fa- November training period. This
Went P.l. future works.
Beers KI.rU Riviera BeachClewiston channel which (lows from Lakei, vorable and furnish a glimpse in- 'win enable the training or educational Bradenton
Primary of the Crocs .
purpose Okeecbobe to the Gulf of to next year. While the startling Institution to mall them la PHONE '
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Florida Canal Is to shorten the : BRADENTON. FLA.
Mexico was aIM started.On gains of the sixties formerly predicted time to reach the processing pointat
barge travel distance from the
the Caloosahatehee river are not yet In evidence, 'the St Petersburg VA Regional
.
MluUilppt River and. points
some $11.1 million worth of 1964 should be a year of steady Office by no later than December .

NyrN The west saving to the east In distance and. vice will versa.be work was underway or Bearing and sound growth", the trade 8. Any certification received late I I aA.-t .:..:r. .:tt.: r :J.ti.. ..:) r

completion at the end of December body said."Measured. will be processed for payment as
360 mile compared with
as '
Included Is the construction soon as possible
by bank debits
WAN f using the S-foot-deep Okeecho-
of an additional lock, business has averaged 12 cent Is. I,
per
bee Waterway, and 110 miles
iW "f- which la about 75 per cent com ahead of last year, with latest 11M MAY
as compared' with the open Rufus H. Wilson, manager of the
water route around Key West. pleted. monthly gains as high as 20 percent
St. Petersburg Regional Office gf t
HOMEInvestigate and lock construction
Dredging Sales tax collections, a* /2M11AN1WY
Colonel Parfitt said the site of contracts coating more than $U shown by a chart rather than In the Veterans Administration announces -

the first contract starts at a pointin million were at various stages of percentage gains of that the 1964 National ,
because
the St. Johns River In the vicinity \ a Service Life Insurance dividend of '
the Klasimmee river.
completion on ,change In the law, reveal decided
01 Stokes Landing and extends Five of the six locks are now under Improvement last $214.000,000 and U. S. Government FREE 7

westerly for one mile by contract at a cost of $5 million. over year Life Insurance dividend of $15,000- me*
land cut to a point about H of a The Klsslnunee River Basin is the "Personal income Is running at 000 is to be paid on an accelerated! 1

Q mile from the St Johns Lock site. primary watershed for an area of an annual rate of .8. per cent over basis AT

Successful bidder on the job will : miles discharging 1962. Gasoline sales are averaging In addition a special dividendof
4,400 square ; '
be required to start work within into Lake Okeechobee. The locks 4 per cent over last year 000,000 wlU, be paid on National AL FULLER'SMA'uf

30 days after the contract la awarded are being built to provide navigation which In turn was 7 per cent over Service Life Insurance accountsto

and complete the entire excavation for boats up to six feet la 1961, a tow ,.ar. present or former holders of the

within 180 calendar days. I draft. "The number of business Incorporations $S total disability Income benefit

extend 107 has begun to turn The accelerated 1964 dividend
The canal will some stations and two
miles from deep water in Palatka 1 boat Three locks pumping on the northwest shoreof up although the year's total la will be paid during the month of ftftfeto Paint Store

to the Gulf of Mexico. When completed the lake were completed during moving along Just under last year January 1964. Wilson said )

the route will be 12 by 150 I the year and some 50 miles of "One of the best thermometersof The requirements for these dividends
.
Us First I feet and vessels traversing the 167. flashed. the state's economic health lathe will be based on the following .

mile distance will go through five 'levees Rich were agricultural lands south of level of non-farm employ : : accelerated 1964 dividends 444 E. Sugar/land/ Hwy. Clewiston, Fla !

pl HOMEIo locks designed to keep ground water I the lake, which furnish much of ment This year started out witha payment of the November 1963 or Phone YU 2-3281

Federal levels at the natural elevation. become disappointingly small margin of :later premium month; additional
1 the winter vegetable crops Complete Line of Paint and Supplies
Q Each lock will be 84 feet wide and fields gain but recent months have pushed I details on payment of special dividend .
more I productive, Sugar cane
600 feet long ] 2 to 3 POints ahead of last 'I to qualified insureds with the '.. -
mushroomed' from year --
I have 40,000 :
alUl INIa614f4 Savings and LoanAssociation In the 1930's sea-level ship ,I acres in 1959 to. more than 183,000 "Still an Irritant ia construction 13'i iI total disability income provision : : (j : I : .." : : :;

canal was started as a relief-work ,I acres today.Meanwhile.

S measure but was discontinued. The population of the 18-

ffGl present project calls for a high- ,county area continues to .oar. )

Mff level lock: barge canaL. The project : was authorized by Congress in 1942
til E. Ventura Ate J:population lives within the boundaries -
Clewbtoo Florida
and advance planning was -resumed ,I of the 18-county Flood Control

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C) L.l.\t$1SJ II "' _I cue of personal freedom that i* Clewlston. Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven
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!JS] UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR Involved. Thursday, January 2, 1964

Even In those states that

PHONE YUkon &1201 FOR MISTER EDITOR: Revenue Service in Washington !ts J have the right-to-work working
SALE-Ceorge' Hotel 20 Harlem News
overflowed : men are still under heavy pressure -

CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cent is t Wroams furnished A bargain I been busy killing hogs and the fine with record Joy his on boys accounof hac.I from powerful union that ,!

per word per insertion. 70 cent Box 1253, Oewlaton, trying to gather up some flggersfor fer 1963. He has announced oui r often resort to ruthless pre.-

minimum charge; four Insertion L' Florida. Jan2c and my ain't 1903 Income tax report country in 1963 "set a new work j sure. Enforcement of the nigh Events and News of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
had time to make
for tie price of three. FOR SALE-Two bedroom home. annual my; record in collections, the Fed. to-work is not always easy; or
predictions on the New eral tax collections carried out to the extent that it JANIE S. OAJADHA
338 W. Pasadena. Contact own amounting Colored Newt Editor
Year.
But
Persons whose its' safe to
names put thingsfcr ton
appear
should be.
106 billion dollars. He Many line of work
er by phone YU 3-1391. Jan2c goes
.la the elaiMifled ads 1964 in a nutshell and predict
may Phone YU 2-7631
to say this is the greatest t tare still dominated by tight unI -
pick up tee to the taxes will edge a bit, the cost
passer FOR SALE-Five of up ion
room household amount of taxes ever collected:I structures The working man
Dixie of living climb little and OTIS A. WRIGHT lem met at the school
Crystal Theatre, com- furniture. a our library on
Must sell Phone by; any country in one year in i who want to assert his right
pUmenta of the News and YU 2-3244 foreign aid friends will report Saturday night, Dec 28, 1963. The
Jan9p the history of the world. facer big trouble from the union Funeral services for Otis
I Theatre. Passes must be prompt and often at the giveaway purpose of this meeting was to
DEMAND As a taxpayer. Mister Editor,. organizations. Thus much remains Wright were held Sunday afternoon
called for before Wednesdsy GREATER: THAN table. give the citizens the opportunityto
EVER for houses, acreage busi Us small farmers and 'ranchershas I'm mighty proud of this wonderful to be done In the enforce- Dec. 29. 1963 at 2 p.m. at make their selection for the

DID & TV SERVICE. Carith- messes We have customer wait- to git our Income tax reportin achievement by; our Government. -. ment field. There needs to be. Friendship Baptist Church. Rev. office of deputy, made vacant

ers Radio & TV Sales with servNlckeU log List your property with u*. by February IS, two months It's grand and glorious i I for example a closer aurvell- L. Holmes officiating Ha died by the death of Otis Wright The

Building, 108 Bond J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501.tfe. ahead of everybody else, and news and I'm shore you and your lance of employment condition Thursday, Dec. 18, at Cedars Hospital five persons present to speak for
subscribers will join me InllttlntJubllant r In Industry, with an to Miami. He had been deputyin
reel Clewiston Fla. Phone YU always start on mine the day eye seeing this office and ask recognitionwere
Harlem since 1947. He leaves
41. YOUR PHILCO DEALER. after Christmas about the matter. that the unions are not xerclslng James Dixon, Robert Johnson

tfe Hog killing is easy to handle, Actual the flggers might run a subtle underhanded to Addle mourn his passing, a wife, Mrs. Ulysses McMillon, G. D.
Hodges Wright two children

but on account of the expert little higher if it wasn't fer some i pressure to bypass the right to Rogers and Emanuel Zlegler.
Andrea
PrlsciUa Wright 8
Maurice Fletcher mistakes them boys make ODd i work law. Three names were eliminated in
I for books
system use keeping ,
:years old, and Otis Wright Jr.. S,
LAGER SEWING MACHINE my tax reporting Is a complicated In a while. Fer instant, I see 1 These law must not be al1 a mother Mrs. Jennie Wright, the first ballot In the second
where jthe school board at Rochelle 1 lowed ballot G. D. Rogers led Robert
( operation. to become dormant or New York Mrs. Azetta
representative will be at G Id- one sister
Park in New Jersey got a Johnson by 53 to 44 votes. The
Vns Furniture store each Fit- 1IBiiI As a perfection agin fire and Income tax refund fer $10,509 1 dead letter The letter of the James, New York two brothers results of; this meeting were

fcy. For parts sales, service theft I keep my records scattered : from the Internal Revenue officeIn right-to-work law needs to be A. B. Wright and Author Wood turned over to the high sheriff

p i in: or call YU 2472L tic Rartr around pritty good Fertilizer Birmingham Alabama. They enforced in the 20 states that Lawrenceville Ca., a favorite Mr. Earl Dyers for and
inspection
FOR SALE-3 h.p. Evinmde Fish Q expenses is wrote down on posses them. Moreover, the niece, Miss Martha Ann Griffin, ;
wrote the Birmingham office and approval
JP COVERS and drapes. Custom erman. Weedless. 860. Phon the barn door, fer Instant andI spirit of the right-to-work law three other nieces, two nephewsand
made. Complete line of YU 2-2891. tfe: RUl Uun FOR'' RENt always put a few expense items told 'em that schools didn't pay need to be felt by state courts a host of relatives and Mr. Nathaniel Black is League
no Income tax and what
epees and slip cover fabrics. on the silo and the hen house was theyto and agencies that are responsible Mends. Burial, Booker Washington chairman and was master of cere
WATER TANKS. Molasses Tanks do with the check The Birmingham
Vee estimates. Can YU 2-5831. ROOMS FOR RENT wIlL My old lady keeps the cash- for protecting the right of Memorial Cemetery, Clewis- monies.
00 i Call YU
three 3,000 office told 'em to take the
gallon used 875
Cothern's Custom Furnltur.Upholatel'7. ,
kin 26881. received flggers in her Sundaypocketbook. working people who do not want ton. Reddlck Funeral Home In I -
tie9S matter with the District Director
each three 2,000 gallons used, 850 I up -
1 tic the time I lit to of arrangements.
each. SUtt Ranch Inc. Jan By of Internal Revenue in be coerced by Big Unionism. charge NOTES FROM THE FRIENDLYCHRISTMAS

ES MERCANTILE COMPANY FOR RENT-Furnlshed cabins 'em all rounded up and ready fer Rochelle Park They; wasn't nothing A* always, vigilance It the price SAVINGS CLUB

authorized Singer Sewing FOR SALE'Dachshound: puppies. and trailers. Johnson Fishing scientific tabulation Februaryis by that name there and the of liberty; This Is a* true in the PERSONAL MENTIONThe The club has held its last meeting

chine dealers agent will serv. ARC registered Jack 1.. Scott Camp. YU 21181. tic about come and gone All my last I was reading about it in field of labor relations a* in regular for the year 1963 and the

sewing machines in Clewlston 220 E. Arcade Clewiston. tfe i FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished life, Mister Editor I been running the papers, the school board was political activities If the Moody family was delighted year's report was one that show-

ea every Saturday. Phone WY MORE apartment Phone 2-1271. a dollar short end a day be- still holding the check.I average citizen and the public to have relative from Macon, ed progress and success. At
PEOPLE BUY WORLD I hind and It ain't different with
no agencies Ga. their house guests for the Christmas time the members
539, Belle Glade. tee tic think I'll mall my 1963 taxesto are not vitally concerned as
BOOK than any other encyclo my income tax report. Birmingham I might get 'em about protecting the right to holidays. Enjoying their vfI/t711ne brought cheer to the needy chil

t>R SALE Payroll envelopes, pedia. Ask about the Book .r: FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer And speaking of such matters, back. work, this right will only be a hospitality were Mr( Claudia dren. They are hoping to do bigger
rioted 1 with form for social: *erity Month payment plan ChUdcraft, Miss Francis things in the new The
spaces. Royal Palm Trailer I see by the papers where this Yours truly, paper right and not one enjoyed Moody, mother year.
withholding and other de.a ., too.- Hunt, 443 .E.'Pasadena Ave Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic feuer that runs the U. S. Internal Uncle Dan. by citizen who are seeking ,Moody, sister, Mr. blah Moody. first meeting of the new year will

Box of :500. Clewiston Jan23pREAL a brother. They were accompanied be held Saturday, Jan 4. 1964,

fcws. office. tf Ira T. Blair job.The country also should be Informed by. Mr. Willie Frank Dlnklns and at the home of Deacon and Mrs.A. .

Joe Benefleld FOR RENT House trailer dose as to the. Mr. Milton Coffee. They departedfor A. Beckton.
'good climate
is
not in force, the working man
home Saturday morning aft-
to town. Call after 8:00 p.m. YU of labor-management relation
Right.toworkupheld He
UM & SONS PLASTERING: 24251. tic without adequate protection. that exists in those er a very pleasant stay in Ctewiston. CHURCH NEWS\
state
must in effect pay tribute to a that .
\\tj Best Work have New Bethel A. M. E.
wisely enacted
We Save You Money TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT IN Fla. union in order to hold down a work law. Where such laws right-to- Mrs. Bertha Ziegler, New Smyr. .... L. Holmes, Pastor
in This is outrageous situation are
Job. an
| Plastering, Simulated Stone MOORE HAVEN on the book and are na, Fla. I. the house guest of Mr. Sunday School. 9.30: Mr. H. L.
should be enforced
Stucco Free Estimate r .c! TRAILER SPACE .XR RENT for a man'e Job and Mrs. G. D. Rogers and chil McKlre Supt
there Is
122.00 dependent on nothing save. his a good feeling in indus
Licensed and Insured rs'ae per month. Large patios By THUBMAN SENSING dren. MorningWorship 10:55.
25 Years In Business with Indlvldut'! *'.ctrie and water 'ability to satisfy his employerthat try that spell prosperity and :

3850 Lora Street' meters. Weekly garbage pickup. In ruling that state courts he is capable and willing to progress If each one of the 50 Mrs. Annie Logan New Smyr Evening Worship 7 p.m.

Fort Myers Fla. tic Located behind Brown's Sundry may enforce their own right-to- do a day's work for a day's ay.The states _of the union were to register na, Fla., Is enjoying the holidays Bible Reading Tuesday evening
at the church.
SALE ,
ESTATE FDR in Qewlston. She is the
i 7-0171 or OX 42874CLASSIFIED Store. See Ted Abner on Lot 9. work laws, the U.S. Supreme court decision upholdingthe their approval of the right- Choir
JaDlcFOR Court for the first time in along state's power in rtshMo- to-work the entire country would guest of Mr. and Mrs. George rehearsals Wednesdayand
FOR SALE-Three bedroom Block Tobias. Thursday evenings.
while adhered closely to work laws also is a welcome buttressing be on a sounder footing and liberty

va AD here Veneer home Corner lot 706 RENT Unfurnished Eddie Cason Coconut Grove en- W. greet you with the new
one
would
contained be
the grant of freedom of state sovereignty more
ill be read by hundreds. Bond Street Mrs. Wade Wilson. bedroom house. Suitable for secure joyed the holidays in Clewlston. year, and welcome you to come
in the Constitution. The court which has suffered heavy blowsat
hat have you to sell? Or what Jan2e couple. YU 25331.:! Itc: Sugarland He was the guest of Alvold Thorn- and worship with us.
also held that a .tate- may ban the hands of the Supreme Pharmacy
i you wish to buy Try one for as and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thom
[ ults. Phone YU,1-1201. R. H. Crawford the uncalled: agency shop. Court in recent years. For the Mt. Calvary Baptist

Under agency shop contracts: 20 states that have righttoworklaws PIZZAYU as.College students spending the Rev L. M. Kitchens Pastor

IT'S UNIFORMS see us first REAL ESTATE! employes do not have to take their sovereignty is somewhat Christmas holidays with parentsand Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

Curses, Beauticians Waitress NORTHSIDE home or Investment out membership in a union but safer as a result of the ruling. friends In Clewlston were Morning worship, 11:00: a.m.

aid Doctor's and Barber's property, priced considerablyunder must pay the equivalent of un- 2-3311 Ollie Dldley, Prince Brumfleld. Evening worship S p.m.

ckets. The only uniform shop market'NORTHSIDE ion fees and dues. But the task 1s not done by JimmIe Weekley, Edls Rene Choir rehearsal, Wednesday

miles around. LINNIE'S UNI' 3 bedroom frame. This court decision constitutes any means. Thirty states- do Jonea, Josle Boze, Betty Lewis, evening 7 p.m.

RM SHOP 1635 Hendry Street Furnished. Immaculate. badly needed sanction for the NOT have right-to-work laws. Roosevelt Williams Nanle Franklin Prayer meeting, Wednesday

bit Myers. Janltfe NORTHSIDE bedroom frame protection of working men who This means that in more than Richard Johnson. Alvold evening 8 p.m.

89.000. do not want to be forced to join half the states of the Union Thomas Harlle Williams Walter Mrs Emma Dlxon Reporter.

ACREAGE as available a union. State right-to-work laws working men are deprived of a Williams, Kelly Williams and

S ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 -I I I originally came into existence to measure of protection that they NOTICE OK LANI.OWNER8 OP ANNUAL OF MEETING Timothy Brown armed forces, CARD OF THANKS
FLAO. armed forces. The family of the late Mr. Otis
Gonzoa Dexter
bath frame home. Hardwood prohibit closed shop contracts need. In these states, many; em- HOI., J DKAINAUlJ DISTRICT
floors. under which a man must join a ployes will continue to be required purauant lJtol'| call hereby ,|v.n h'.ti: Sandra and O. T. Wallace Jr., Wright wish to express their sincere

loan 325 FHA HOMES in Broward. FOR SALE-Portable Elgl Sewing union in order to get a job and to join and contribute to Supervl.or. or rtathol.of the Board IIralnn.. spent Christmas with their father thanks and deep appreciation -
'".Iriot and and grandparents, Mr. O. T. Wai. to their many friends for
In .
Palm Beach and Dade counties machine, Zla>2ag with all union shop contracts under unions when they do not desireto .ccordenrr with
!le
tlun'
390,15 Florid statute., lace Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Will their kindness during the illness
,
various sizes and prices. attachments. Like new, 130.00. which; a man must Join a unionin do so. It is in these 30 states IMl, the annual meetlna-of the
One used fuel oil heater with 90 Landowner. of Fi.ghol. Wallace. and the time of his passing. We
Small cash: payment order to keep his job. Theae that renewed drive must be ll Dr.tnege
gallon fuel oil drum and fixtures b"u ior in. ".ar 1.1t will be The many friends of Mrs Lou are grateful Indeed to the sheriffs
FOR RENT Efficiencies and right-to-work laws have been a made to give working men the held at the Hemlrjc County Hub-
houses as available. 115.00. Call YU 2-1901, Mrs. Clyde prime target of the union bosses protection afforded them in the Office located at the Pair Uroundi, isiana Harvey; are very sorry to department, program participants
W. Stephens, 427 V. Crescent tic Clewlelun, Florida on Friday hear that she Is ill and confinedto Reddlck Funeral Home,
Over vacant lots to select who see in them other
1,000 an opportunity 20 states. The favorable January IT. uu at 1:00: o'clock Hendry General Hospital. We those who sent flowers, and cards
I.. I I' from for all purposes. Various for freedom a minded working Supreme Court ruling should be Uaetern Htandard Tim for the .
purpose of: send "Get Well Wishes" her wayfor and every act of kindness shown
prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SOTS I people to escape the dictatorshipof helpful in promoting the right- II.rtlnlf; on* iup.rvlaor for a an early recovery. Mrs. Harvey us. May God bless each and all
AND INCOME Guaranteed, 119.95 down, f 14.04 union officials. to-work drive and in helping the term of three yenra. Churchof
of the
: SALE- 'x30> Marietta Trail. deceiving. annual report and is a member of you.
PROPERTY. per month. LAKE APPLIANCE Where rlghMo-work laws are general public understand the JaI taklnw such action
with
T. Excellent reapeut the First Born Bishop Suggs, Respectfully: ,
condition. Call YU81. 8360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent CO., YU 27151.: tic thereto a. the Landowner. may d*.
Mrs. Addle Wright and children
tfe tertnln noc..a.". pastor.
CBS construction 823.000. -Tran.nctlnlf turn other bunl.. The many; friends of Mrs. Emma Andrea Priscilla

LONG TERM low interest farm, FOR SALE Parakeets, 2.00 Inll'fleas a> may come before the meet. Dixon are verylOf1'7; to hearof Wright and Otis Wright Jr.

'.1 SALE-a'x35' Spartan House cane grove and ranch mortgages up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds I Business I 'no.tnn OP Runcnvinnns OF the passing of her grandmother -

j railer with two aluminum pre- minimum 850.000. monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet Directory TRICT Ft.AUHOLEUUAINAOB! DIS Mrs. Emma Benton Thomas- CARD OF THANKS
rooms built on. New furni- LISTINGS NEEDED
boarding. Thompson Wild Hyl Jo* M. Hendry Secretary vllle, Ga. Mat Dixon left Monday We wish to express our sincere
pre, air conditioned on three J. M. LANKFORD Animal Farm. Phone YUkon :2- CN IDS-Jan. I, 5, 19.. morning for Thomasvlllc where thanks and deep appreciation to
ice lots Broker
Immediate Real Estate:
possession Rec. 1238. tfe funeral services will be con our many; friends for their very
Iced for quick sale. Owner 530 East Sugarland Highway IN TUB] CIRCUIT COURT 11\1!\ AND ducted. fine cooperation in arranging for
A bog town. Rev.: J. Ed Taylor FIre Auto and General Bail Bonds SEE US FORBOTTLED FOB IIKNLMiV; COUNTY FLORIDA
Central E. B. Bethea, Jr. IN CHANCRIIV N<\. I47J the surprise birthday party honoring
| Ave. Phone YU 2-7494. Insurance GAS IN JIK: ADOPTION. OP ACCIDENT my husband Jessie John

tic Clewtston Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 24 Hour Service AppliancesSatesService VKKNON HAROLD KINO.' Bevelon Dclols Cobbs, the ten son. Grateful Indeed are we to

-. NOTICE nv FILING PETITION; year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Jane Robinson who so

McDonald Bookkeeping TO) Ethel: FOR Mae ADOPTION Mttddox King Mrs. Leroy Cobbs, was Injured. faithfully served as co-hostess and

and Tax Service Hubert L*. King Thursday evening while riding all who brought gifts and sharedthe

REAL ESTATE POWER GASCORPORATION Tot:reildene ARM HEIUjHT unknown.NOTIFIED her bicycle. She was admitted to evening of merriment with us.

that a petition ha* been filed In Hendry General Hospital We May God always bless each and
Special Values II McDonald the above .,,1.4 I
John W. court by ** Flt all of
Kelhr and Mildred lone hue.v.rnrttd' hope that she is resting comfortably you.
RANK DENMEAD : 'KTnW.tsK.K.II"t and will soon recover. Respectfully,
:: : ? :
Realtor Immokalee, Fla. CALL COLLECT : Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Johnson.
the petitioner, Le* Fits Kelly and
III E. El Paw Ave. Phone OL 4.3672WALDRON'S South Bay WY 9-5321: Mildred Jan Kelly. and you are
required. to aer". PARTY TIME
a of
eopy your
Clewlstoa, Fla. TV S-I421 ...
An. or Objection to show Hilton's Grocery
The employees of the Clewlston
FOB SALE HENDBY COUNTY caua why sold petition ahould not
ELl'.wAHT.ED WOMtN' t
Small b. a-ranled on th. attorney for Inn entertained their friends and Groceries Fresh Meats
ranch, with new borne and many other Improve250 Title & til'JflCI'WI P. Johnson Nlckell guests with Christmas
Abstract
a
Co. ; party,
250: acre on canal dose to town. Florida, and VegetablesCold
MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen Title Abst.raeta-TUle Insurance file the original In the offlr of last Monday evening at the Harlem Drinks Essential Items
Trailer MUSIC TEACHER needed 21 the Clerk of the Circuit I Court on Recreational Center.
Park with new 3 bedroom home and over 2tt age Public Stenographer or before the Ird day of February, We Appreciate Your PatronageMr.
|acres land all improved. $500.00: per month income, excellent to 50, for Hammond Organ instruction. 7 am. to 1 p.m. Photocopying Duplicating 19U. The Usher Board of New BethelA.
HEREIN!: FAIL NOT or a deans M. E. Church ..liMn. Thurston Hilton
arms, with small down payment. No previous organ experience Bridge St. ind Park Are enjoyed their
& 3toSp.m. pro con re tea wll 1 be enteredWITNKrW Proprietors
needed. You will be Christmas with friends
LaBclle, Fla. p, 0. Box <48ORanre party at
New House-fuDy furnished Including T.V.. Hid, Combination fully trained In Hammond Organ Six Days a Week S-S261 : my hand and the seal. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
of said court In 1-aBelle,
? refrigerator, etc:. Boat well with/ access to Lake Okee- Studio, Fort Myers. Contact Billy County, Florida, this 10th Hendry day of Reddlck.
rhobee. West tide of Lake at Buck Head Ridge. Financing Brine preferably in person. (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) December 1005.IOROTItY The Young Women's Junior Harlem Club

vallable. Jan23c For Your Spur of Moment Picnic EV1NRUDESales I ('Sealt!) Clerk: MOORE of Circuit CLARK Court Mission of the Friendship Baptist Your Favorite Mixed Drink
CN tot-Jan. 1. 9. II, 55. 1W.NOTICB Church entertained their guests Cocktail
Two bedroom house on north side near schools.: Hardwood Four Mile East of Clewlston
,
with
at
BABY a party the Recreational Fried Chicken Sandwiches
SOMEONE TO CARE FOR :
floors, landscaped lot,, carporte.: Excellent term. Bare Beach and ServiceNew OF PRECINCTRKO1HTRATION Center. '
while mother work Phone YU Recorded Music

Colored property la Harlem section: of dewuiton. New 24331 a* soon a* possible. ItpFISHERMAN'S and Used Motor In compliance Bcctlon II Oil, The spirit of a Merry Christmaswas Popular Bands .

uB,S. building 4,000 Sq. ft Suitable for Fraternal. Civic peer Attention CattlemenNew I Marine Hardware Raglatratlon. Notice!of Hook location.Op.n In Freclnote. felt Beautician's!throughout the holidays.The ., Mr. and Mr*. Will Wallace..

> Church. Term Part lad Aeeessorle The regletratlon book will be League entertained Proprietor
open 'In the respective precincts their Co-Workers and
WINDWARD Cay Bahamae I la the time to consolidate Marine Safety Equipment: from January 1, 1X4 to January friends with a Christmas party at

Entire 400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom home. Private row debts! with a tong term farm Phone Yukon5211 i iI h.tng II, IM4., .While In the registration yreclncla regls.trstlon. are I the Belle Glade Recreational JULIA'S

Marina beach etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one hour loan, low Interest rates, with I : also may b. made: at th.oGle. ; Center. Our local beauticians anda
ot the Supervisor' ot Re.ie- C
rom Miami PARADISE R. E. WALDRONFor i tratlon at th. courthouse In few of their friends enjoyed this BEAUTY NOOK
Federal Land Bank LaRelle. affair '
BOON PROPERTY Prerlnct No. I. LaRyr Motel 'For That New Look
Locations for a vacation or Mr.. Ruth tsars precinct off cot.
Alice Town. North BlmlnL 8 bedroom home on water. weekend. now and a beautiful, See er Write prompt Efficient Precinct No. I Courthouee.Precinct NOTES FROM HARLEM Tinting Styling Cutting
>>st new $85.000. year ago. Widow win sacrifice for $35- WR.MAYBo& No. I. Courthouee. VOTERS' LEAGUE N. Appointment, !
heavily wooded building lot Home delivery .
Precinct No. 4. Courthouee.Precinct
[000. Finest Tuna-Marlln fishing in the world at door atep. 20 U< Walcald Bonding Friday and Saturday P
for a beach cottage or permanent or THE MIAMI HERALD No. Willie1 Btore. Mr* Under the direction of the Vot
mutes from Miami home In the near future. Bradeatea, FloridaHATHCOCK'S Lens Willie, precinct officer Nail' en' League the citizens of liar- Mr*. Julia Bale,' Proprietor
Precinct No. e. Annie
Lot 73" x: 200' from sea to .... 18' high at ridge. 13200. 1"' or 85'xlOO' Iota from: Call Bobby Giddens Horn. Mr. Ball B. Bryan and
Umlni-Alice Town Bahama i iTO Mr*. Anal B. Nail, prxlnct off I-
1950: EASY TERMS S.U'I e.ra'

200' Gulf frontage on SarJbd. Priced: to selL Worlds finest Located in La Costa Isle justsouth AUTO SALES A SERVICE I Precinct of Commerce No. *. Cl-wleton Building Chamber Mr.

beach. Shelling etc. This property I* wned for buslneas. of the county park on BESTATJKANT SERVICE Itella. Plrkle. precinct officer.Precinct ELITE GILCERYI
Cayo Costa IslandPRIVATE Tampa Tribune : No. .. Hobo1 Horn
2 Jots on Punta Gorda Beach. Local owner say sell now. STATION Mr*. Bernlta Bobo. precinct offlPreolnct I
GULF.BEACH OPEN' ALL NIGHTWe .. .
For any of these extra special value can and ., No. .. Hendry County Groceries
PRIVATE. BAY HARBOR sever Close ]Motor. M,.. Judy Simmon, prtlnet *- Fresh Meats School, Supplies

Frank Denmead Wm. H, Ft. Myers 4 otfiaetar.PrsalNa. 1*. Daniel Elementary :
School, Mr*. Lola R. Cold Drinks Clewiston News
Williams Electric New Press Thomas, precinct officer.Olven .
Beg. Broker Reynolds under my head aad .*sl

YU 34421 Wlrlar, Repairs. An AppliaaeeaEteetrieal Home Delivery :thl* loth day of December IMS, Other Items
IBelle. Florida.
Co., Realtors 1530 Broadway it
Ceatrtetfag W. 0. JOHN U HAIL.ep.rvi.or .
"It Pays to Deal will a Eeallof ED 3-2441 Night WE 8-2847 Phone CAMPBELL 1-2791 $ of Registration! For Information Call IU 27631I

J'ORT.KYEBS.. FLA. Bata WOBaau Fkoae HJJI County, Vlorlda.CI .
4I1-.1a..1.
4 t, 11, U'4.HCN .
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,
ft '... :1!'! !if H '
I {! .. M B OT enough water to fin a 10gallonbucket 91 I 1 to study flower.
. ... .. O.j" II '''I
.
awns Scratch
tilth Series
and enough tin to build a 5,100 to study the swim.
Thursday, January, 1984WE Free instruction J Spurting 461 r \ IJ-cyllnder: automobile. We got to 1 bits of seals AU i 01

tt! S. Blus 456 be thinking about such matters. I ton 1 ia good on whicb. I
aCCOunt
:'t elpers L. Campbell 441 ",\ And to close! my little piece thug J Kelt fer 1963 .in't going of to 0Qr

High Series Ildcp.. .'.' week on a encouraging note, I see 18 I billion and We dOb't be

J Spurting ...................... ... ....,.... 578 ,'' ...,".\oi,, '. ( where Congress is spending $21I I 1300. billion. 0IIe
"
The Internal Revenue Service L. Campbell ,......................-......-. 576 ).. 1\ 200 to study toads, $103,000 to Youn
SALUTE. e e will persons offer a course who prepare of Instructionsfor federaltax 1.. Dorman .................................... 568 I 'I '. make pictures of the Eskimos, $2,. truly Uxk,

returns for others, Administrative -
Representative H. R. Harris :
announced here today.. Mr. LAKE LEAGUE 0' ) A
1TI Harris stated that he had been (Dec. 17 standing& ) '..

authorized by District Director Ist-Frostie, 36 points, hid U. -" .
Laurie W Tomllnaon to providethe S. Sugar, (Clewiston), 35 points;
special training free of 3rd, W. T. Grant's, 32 points
charge. High team- let: Frostie, 2400
points.
The Instruction will cover the
High team game, WOWY, 840. .t,
latest techniques in the preparation
High Ind set, Sidney Smith,
of returns to be filed under
552.
the new data processing: system
High Ind Jerry Parson,
and will be especially helpful to game
229.
individuals who prepare returns

for others on a full or. par -tlmebasi. Men over 500: Bill Sage WOWY 1
.. Mr. Harris said that the 504; Jim Brandon, WOWY 507.;
training was tailored to meet the Clarence Throop, 'U. 8. S. C.
needs of those who do not receive (Bryant) 537; Bob Goedhart, U. S.
informational material regularly S. C. (Clewiston), 527; Harry
distributed to professional groups, Vaughn, U. S. S. C. (Clewiston),
bar association: and CPA socie 542; Sidney! Smith, Frost1' S52.

THE NEW HOME OF CLEWISTON FERTILIZER Co., Ine. Is
ties.Mr.
Harris extended a special Men over 200: Harry Vaughn, PRODUCTION OF BEEF CATTLEIN
FLORIDA
being rapidly completed Jbr the contractor. A Mibildary of Mid-
p 1Ag p. BAILEY Invitation to employees of the accounting :- 207; Jerry Parson, 229. IS GROWING RAWDLY-1,500,000 HEAD MAKE
Schoola a Florida Fertilizer Corporation of Winter haven U Is located on IT SEC.
Superintendent of departments of local and Ventura Industrial Cans! ONO ONLY TO MISSISSIPPI IN THE SOUTH.
State business firms and financial Institutions the ACL aiding at San Die,* gear
-DUNEDIN TIMES who assist clients or Heavy docket Originally a 50x150 ft. bnlldlnr. it has been expanded 50 ft already

employee to individual before completion of the original Cattle Must Have
prepare bulldlnc.STAFF Phosphorus
who l proonally believes Bible rending In the or business tax returns. However, faces city court PHOTO. .?TO LIVE AND)
schools cei.Jras! and hopes It will be continued all others with an Interest. are I THIS VITAL ELEMENT IS SUPPLIED IN A FEED SUPPLEMENT
voluntarily] when it can no longer be required by law. welcome. City court suspended regular MADE IY SEVERAL fLORIDA PHOSPHATE COMPANIES

The special session will be heldat weekly meetings during.! the two UNCLE DAN FROM DEVIL'S GARDENDEAR I
weeks of the Christmas holidays,
7:30: p.m. on January 13. 1964
Nail reviews the final regulation quarter and at 421 Iris St. West Palm Beach. and a heavy docket will face matches iron to
pulled 8 points ahead of Belle Acting Judge Carlos Dickey on MISTER EDITOR: 2,200 enough a+
Glade, only to be tied at 41-41 Those Interested may assurethemselves Thursday, January 9th, when the I see by the papers where them make a 8-penny nail, enough lime
with of ipace by sending a folks that the Courtto to whitewash chicken and
t, approximately 3H minuteson court will convene at 9 a.m. got Supreme a coop
road programfor the clock. The Rams eeked a post card to the Internal Revenue take prayer out of the public enough water to fill a 10-gallo
ahead Service: 421 Iris Street, West ain't much
couple points and the Blue schools having success bucket.
Devils knotted It at 46-all with a Palm Beach, Fla. Authorization with that atherlst colony they
iMn n>u.i will be furnished It could be, Mister Editor, thai
RotariansCounty jump shot by Chuck Pell. started
The Pahokee Devils went on to each participant t and there! Assures FCD Work It don't suprlse me none fer nobody with folks now building the body
with 54 cent from tin
and per cans,
will be a question answer
Commission Chairman win 56-50 in the overtime period. to be doing so good that don't
the composition: of the human body
period. WEST PALM BEACH An authorization believe In some sort of Supreme
Campbell E. Nail reviewed the
FABOKEE OFT would be changing In another 50
of $21 million for the Being I ain't qualified to speak
road program in Hendry county Young ..-_- _...... Oil year, fur Instant, it could contain
for fellow Rotarians at their Sanders .... 099 Cancer meeting i il Central and Southern Florida Flood on the legal end of prayer In the
T-JTHIINIUIII-III Control Project has just cleared schools and it could be the Supreme -
luncheon meeting at the Clewis
Peacock........._ 3 0 6
ton Inn. Nail reviewed the growthof C. Pen ... ... .?.?.. 5 10 20 planned January 15A the U. S. Senate and gone to the Court was holding accordIng -
President for signature. to law, but they ,didn't hold
the county road' system during '
J. Pell ... 3 9 15
the past eight years and said Cunningham _- 135 meeting of the American,I Riley S. Miles of Klsslmmee, agin a feller having a prayer In Death of This Issue of NewsAt
the big problem of the 'commission Cancer Society's East Hendl')',r, Chairman of the Governing Board his heart

. In road matters is trying to Totals -t-: :: '13 33 158 County will be held on Wednesday -, of the 18-county State Flood Con- I ain't never fell out with a fell
keep pace with the progress of January 15th at 8 p.m, at the trol District hailed the action as er over what kind of politics or
the county. BELLE GLADE OFT Clewiston Inn. Eugene Fuller, has i the solution to a current financial religion he's got so long as he's
"Wherever there Is develop- Buckner !.???_ 8 3 19 arranged for a new meeting to, dilemma which has threatened. an got some. But I believe everbody Least a Week from Today. .
ment, there must be roads, and Thompson 204 which all members of the board[ imminent shutdown of a number of ought to have a little politics on
it Is sometimes hard to see far Jones _.,,-.-.-."_- _.1 0 2 and all other* interested in the, construction contracts. his mind and some sort of religion
enough ahead to. have the roads Johnson .. ....,., .-?. 204 work of the Society are urged to, Assuming the President signs in his heart I heard a preacher
ready at the time the development Wilkinson _.._..?..._,.,. 204 attend the bill, there will no longer be a say onct that a atherlst was worried -
has reached a stage to require Mann __ 102 Plans\ will be made later for the danger of contractors shutting about gluing a shirt over his
them," said Nall. He said Latour __..__ 7 1 15 educational and fund campaign down some of the big flood control wings when he ought to be wor- ,

it Is also hard to decide which Totals .,,,..,,.,..-.,-:... 23 450 In Hendry County. This meeting, programs now underway-Includ- ried about gutting a hat over his 4j
road need Is the greatest, since Pahokee ? 9 11 9 17 10-56 said Mr. Fuller Is an effort to log the large Caloosahatchee<<: River horns And that about sums up my
the county must allot its spending Belle Glade 8 15 9 14 4-50 get an organization together and Lake Okeechobee Klsslmmee feelings In the matter. A feller's r

TIGERS DOWN BRAHMAN to give to those attending the Basin programs. religion might not be deep a* a
He pointed to the tremendous latest information on the work of Ed Ball, FCD Executive Director well or as wide as a church house

growth of agriculture In the county The Clewiston Tigers, playingfor the Society, particularly in Flori said "We consider this as an door, but so long as he has got
; In the south portion of eastern the first time this season da. interim authorization." Dan m indicated some, they was hope fer him. It ,
Hendry county there are now without versatile Mike Mazzina that action on an additional was a comfort to me, when things
7100 acres planted on lands breezed to an easy preliminary authorization is expected from Congress looks bad with Russia, to remember -
which were .unused land eight victory over the Okeechobee Bowling NewsLeague next spring they outlawed God. No nation w wl
years ago In the south portionof Brahma by a 68-4if score with Two key money bills have been that has outlawed God can win _
western Hendry county tremendous the reserves playing most of the "stuck" in Congress for months, over America in the end.
plantings of citrus are final Quarter. ( will resume regular and disagreements between the But I better git off this subject
now beln made. schedules following the holidays.See House and Senate have stalled issuance Mister Editor, afore Zeke Grubb' I rs
There are some roads into these Little Mandy Morrell "coulddo next week's paper for cur of federal funds to a point preacher has me arrested fur
no wrong" and was the play rent bowling standings.) where the Army Corps of Engineers
parts of the county, and the commissioners maker for preaching without a license.
are seeking now to the impressive victoryand LADIES OF LAKE (responsible for construction of I was reading last night where

pave and build additional roadsto big brother he was Al ably Morrell assisted and by Bill his (Dec. 27 standing) new flood control works) had Issued 54 per cent of all the food people ,'

give access to all lands being Carithers, who pulled In 21 Old South ....___...... 37M 26ft shutdown notices to a number In the United States eats today
developed. We are trying to link bounds and well re- Wilson Lumber _.. 35 29 of contractors. Fortunately, no comes out of tin cans, and 50 year

together the roads Into the agricultural backboards.The pretty. controlledthe Sport Shop ........,-......__ 35 29 contracts have been shut down. ago it was only 3 per cent And __
areas, so they will be of U. S. Sugar Corp. ... 33V4 30ft Lacking were both an appropriation over in another piece some science _
the greatest service possible," he locals were In front throughout Baldree's _...._ i22 31 (for the current fiscal year) feller was writing that a human x _
said. the game and with the exception CanebrakemM.| -_ 28ft 35ft and the authorization of funds from weighing 140 pound contained enough 4

The speaker pointed out the division of the final quarter kept Hare Lumber..-. 28 36 which appropriations are made. fat fer 7 cakes of soap, carbon .
of the road system into the Brahman score doubled. With Parkinson's ,...,..- -'27ft 36ft111th Dall noted that the "authoriza fer 9,000 pencils, fosferous for
I primary, secondary and county te hreserves in, the visitors pickedup lion Is like our bank account and .
roads, and told briefly how each 10 quick points as they applied Game Scratch appropriations are like checks
} Is constructed and maintained. a full-court: press which D. Belcher-. ... ....-,...-.... 190 drawn on the bank account" count" and available for expendi -i-
S Ferrara ::: 179 Last week, the Congress finally :
; President Carl Hornsby conducted added excitement for( fans of both ture.
the meeting; Frank Pol- teams. L. Richmond ...................... 179J. voted a compromise appropriationof Thus the current action has broken
III. I hill Introduced the speaker, and spurting ....?......_....,.....".... 172 $14,750000 for the current fiscal the final "logjam" in Congress.
John SUtt: announced the start liter Box Scores year to the Central and Southern R. R. Jack) Horner of Palm
Baldree .. ............. tilth Game Ildcp.S .
6, of the attendance '" ...,,1 0 2 Florida Flood Control ProjectBut Beach Vice Chairman
t on January ................................_. of the FCD
.contest between the three Rotary Yoder ........................ 3 1 7' Ferrara 235 not until the President signs Board, said the Senate's action "Is
Clubs In the lake area. The contest Al Morrell .....................10 5 25 D. Belcher ........._____..w. 229 the new authorization bill will the the culmination of efforts of the
L. Dorman .. ......... ....._. .224
will continuo for 12 weeks, Jones ... ... 000Carithers -' .M* money b& put Into the 'bank ac"Serving :- last few month
be said. ...........-......-....... 3 .4 10 However, Horner noted that the
Bible ...................... ........... 8 121 million authorization Is s "Nothing is as dead as yesterday's "
Busick .... .......................... 1 o 2 reduction from great newspaper .
the $70 million
:M. Morrell ........... .......... 4 6 14 0 s originally The old adage is
Brahman requested the Flood
reignContinued trol District. by Con- not true and never has been!


( from Page 1) Schools resume Word of the Senate's action was In actual
received by Dail at FCD headquarters truth nothing is as alive as yesterday's newspaper! to

ictory over Pahokee to keep the classes todayAll A NTING late Wednesday. in a telegram someone who hasn't read it, the same applies to the Clewiston News
"ophy In Hendry County.Neighboring from Senator Spessard L. Holland. ,
city rivals: Belle schools In Hendry county Miles praised Senator Holland, "your hometown newspaper"! .

I Glade and Pahoke went at U will classes Rep Dante Fascell and other members THE
I hammer and long In the tourney's the resume two weeks Christmas today following holiday of Florida's Congressional NEWS does not' enter or leave your homt' or office

opening gams oh Friday and kept delegation for the actions last weekIn with the speed of light. it, stays around until
the stands on their feet for the Schools closed and securing final Congressional approval every member of the,
on December flendry Glade Counties"PROFESSIONAL
1 last three minutes of the regulation 18th The school board has been for the $14,750.000: appropriation family reads it, generally until :the next issue .i$ printed.
game and for the overtime > and the new action on the authorization -
requested, when
setting up the Watch the
NEWS in
bin. home
your note that
period. calendar for next year's school everytime someone
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Pabokee led at the end of the term, to consider starting and Principal delay In passage of the pick it vp it's new to them. Another advantage is that
first quarter 9-s. trailed at the ending the Christmas authorization bill stemmed from the whole family
half.time 20.23 and 29-32 beginning period on a weekend, as holiday being PRESSWORK. disagreement between the House need not be present at anyone time to enjoy it. The dozens of distractions -
'j the last and Senate as to the amount of
quarter However they authorization
more convenient for of daily
students life
par may postpone
were hot In the early minutes of ents and teachers.DID The House had voted is your reading of the NEWS but it
PRACTICAL for $21 million. But the Senate cut always waiting-brand' new-until each person has an opportunity to
this to $1 million. Finally, a con- read it.
ference committee agreed on them
YOU KNOW- .
million, for two years ((1963- The events and
PRICES. 64 and 1964-65)), and this was happenings in Clewiston and surrounding area are

I > < II adopted by the Senate. reported printed and preserved for posterity in the NEWS farthing -
THAT bLATSHCAT Dall said the Flood Control District is alive than
FROM A NUCLEAR while now out of danger financially more your newspaper that is waiting to be read. Ton
e EXPLOSION (assuming the President have to make no date .it
No stays alive
i I CCVEffAt job too large or ) for a day. or a week or
e SMALL AREA BUT approves nevertheless will have until you find time to read it.
THE AREA COVERED1' to seek additional funds this fiscal -

+ _%. BY SERIOUS FALLOUT small. year, and win have to seek additional -
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EXTENDS MANY next year, as well as an- For the
; most complete oft
HUNDREDS other and larger annual approprla coverage

*> DOWNWIND Of MILES! Whatever your printing needs tlon, in order to carry forwad all 1 ;\ all the news in your town ,

rQfIM/MMiLUoN8 you'II find us ready, willing and the constuctloo work needed and / _.
I+ programmed by the District and
C*FBMON WOULD SURVIVE able to fill them! the Corps 0: Engineers.New Subscribe

lA NUC1CAR WAR/ tVEN WITH; starts of major flood control today. .
Our THE PROTECTION OF8HU.TCKS Give us a call for free estimatesl systems In Cutler Drain Basin and

,,, A6lRANg1gWDegy97r1A. South Dade County (both located
south of Miami) are to begin! it Is Only $4.00 a year
hoped before the end of the current

The CLEWISTON NEWSPhone fiscal year, on June 30, 1954.
If additional funds are forthcom:
YU 3-1201 Central Ave log, said Ed Dall. the District is
fl/tlaar pushing for the "earliest possiblestart" The
P. 0. Box 1236 Clewiston
Clewiston
CF 5(11521auocWtiwattkwgottwaMUeesarl Fla of construction on the last News
c1AR ao-0s MIU 10N Pfd major segment of the Project
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