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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Thanksgiving Day 1964











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staff VOLUME: 37 NUMBER 48 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURJbAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 345.3, P.M. Subscription 14.00 year

L Chamber of Commerce membership .1
has reached 154 and i
I
,** *** President Carroll Benson and a.

Membership Chairman J. E. {,

In the thankful spirit of the pilgrim Beardsley think one or two b'
Sugar industry more may be added before the ,
I
forefathers, let us join together in membership directory is actually :

recognition of the printed. Work has already :
grateful many begun on compiling and '

blessings ,God has showered uponour classifying the members for

airedThe the printers.The .
land. problems directors of the chamber

will hold their December meetIng f.

The Clewiston News next 'Tuesday December 1,
at the Clewlston Inn at noon. .
woes of the sugar industrywoes the importation of offshore labor 1r ?
President Benson invites all
that stem from a we are going to be in big.
-'wJ2 members to attend any and aUdirector'
number of "
cawewere: given trouble. .'
and believes -
meetings
an airing on Thursday at a Sikes reminded the 135 11'0.,0:
that the Increased memo
meeting in Pahokee. ers present that Secretary of
Felda shaft Speakers from the University Labor Willard Wlrtz planned to1\ bership will bring increased Interest
New and attendance from
of Florida's Committee on Developing conduct a hearing on the labor .
members who not '
Agricultural Resources situation! in Miami Dec. 2. p ItY' among Ire
required by their position to be i
Effectively (DARE) Joined with "A few of us from Industrywill )

below/ ,3,000 feetCollier spokesmen from the industry in be there, but I warn you there ',
"All members should be Interested -
exploring means of correctingthe that organized labor will be
in the Chamber activities
situation there, along with the church
Co. No. 1-A, the Sun the company of between "5,000 The task is formldlble, accordIng groups' and the do-gooders." and we believe that this

00 Company's latest oil shaft and JO,000. to the cane growers, who W. W. McPherson, agricultural : -: Interest alone will be very beneficial
to the Chamber and to the
ft te started at Felda. Is being' Meanwhile Red Cattle No. 2. feel that international politics, economist at the University, have
community. Many
tilled with normal ,speed da- the star of the Sunoco Oil field the federal government, organized said the quota problem was asked "What does persons the Chamber
!jut: the reoccurenee of falling that started the oil excitement labor church groups the complicated by the intematlon-, AT THE RECENT STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE late husband was a State Chamber presidentand do?' when we approached them

met' that caused the abandon In.toll area continued! to meet weather and other factors have al situation. He explained that MEETING. )Ire. W. H. Lanler and well known Insurance executive, and Lee for memberships..This Is their

Bait at Collier Co. No.,I. expectations. During one 24- made them a special target P> the production of sugar is rising Mr. Lanier oar dewbton are how* chatting Cranford, vice president.; Everglades Federal opportunity to learn and 'every

flu shaft, started 115 feet hour period this week it pump Weal action research and edu. In Latin America and that these with Mrs. Walter L, Hayes, af Orlando, whose Sump and Loan Association Belle Glade. member will always be welcome ) ,e
abandoned bole on- ed and flowed cation were suggested anti countries were seeking an increased
ton the 292 barrels-not as (Photo by Luther Jones) at the director's meetings ,
jot 14. was below 3,000 feetJ'SIerdaY. the largest output for this well dotes. share of the American ," said Benson. i
Ultimately it 11 ex.pecttd but near the top of Its production John B. Boy, U.S. Sugar's executive market 4
to reach about 11,500 record. During this day the vice president, spoke of McPherson also said that College day set :

tot pump was working nine hours governmental regulations while the consumption! of sugar Complete season with 6-4 record . .1 : ,

Tint Inserts of casing al- while the well flowed naturally "We've been listening to remained constant, competition: for high schoolCollege '
any have been made and It If Jar 15 hours The day before the gloomy speeches: ," he said. from non-sugar sweeteners is in- :

famed to set a 9% Inch casing wen had flowed 27S barrels "Well let me tell you, you alai creasing. Day for junior and Tigers flounder catch fire '
rhea the bole has reached without stimulation. heard nothln' yet"Boy 'aw
senior students of Clewiston high
said the situation calls
about 4500 feet. The final cask Walter Erwin Sun geologist
with diameter pointed out that for a united plan In which the Soil experts to school will be held Monday ;
| will be one a it would be school
the
Nov. 30, at Iym.natlum
4 SH Inches and Inside this possible to Increase production beet entire sugar Industry.and refiners including at 1:15: p.m., announced for 24-14 homecoming win

ti fo the tubing which carte by more extensive pumping but growers proaents Harold Estep guidance counselor.
ttx oil to the surface and that this might damage the reservoir Its case to Congress the visit Clewiston ''
a to the tank. by causing water to be hope of getting higher quota. The Clewiston Tigers were with a 25-yard pass over center The ball, which traveled a total
nicked into Not doing so last year. Boy sugarcane''; Representatives from It colleges rather lifeless for the first half and the streaking halfback of 17 yards, hit the center bar .
the oil bearing field of the ]
fear that area A tour
. Hurt was a repetttaof and into said prompted Congress to Impose f i( most of them Florida institutions of the homecoming gam crossed the goal line untouched and bounced through the uprights ," ,
ultimately the oil line. in Clewlston f
,
the trouble that plagued producing areas
the old quotas Instead of will be on hand to against Okaechobee Friday night for a 63-yard pus-run play to for a Tiger field The
B. laid a dally ,production of feature of the 14th anJ
Collier Co. No. 1 might atop. .!. JOO barrels. would be considered writing new ones.,.Ha,pointed will be, a .ra< wet.glwtOn& JIxt1'VQ.. C* .,,Uaalvalf.ahlle.the.deftJUI" put the Tigers in front M, a lead play was set up with'a pass Interception
hewnCrop >
peat ea the newer than.sw out that .Florida growers are Dual -' leges bad been invited. team battled to bold the !Inspired which they never relinquished. 'by Smitty Polhffl

began to fall Into the hole Ideal. DOW producing much more than Science .Society of Florida It was pointed out that even visitors scoreless for three quantire. Henry Bowden kicked the first of who raced 42 yards to the Brahman

fcrim retraction of Joints of the' they are permitted to sell and on Dec. 3. specialized though a student's Intended college The Tigers eventually won three extra points and the 27 yard line goal and three

, HI pipe a few days ago. Thistable Win a: }ham are storing a considerable percentage I More"down than to 200 earth"highly scientists would not be represented 24-14 with the reserves playing Clewlston team nursed a 7-0 points. Okeechobee managed to

was encountered at' of It. meetIng the student could neverthelessget a portion of the final quarter. lead at halftlme. put together a sustained drive r
attend the
tart the same level ai expert- Mrs. 'Earl HartzeU. wife. of 1'. C. Slkes, personnel directorof are expected to Beach Information the answers to general Qewiston's potent 1-2 punch The Tigers mounted a sustained late in the game against the Tiger
laced ea No. 1 but this time It the golf professional at the the U.S. Sugar Corporation, In Palm to and swap soils. questions on collegiate life and Henry Bowden and Alberto drive early in the third reserves with John Lucks, 1

tu poulble to force the drill Country dub, won the ham that said: "Labor is the Achilles heel The field on tour crops win wind up the activities by attending the seaslon. Morrell, were ineffective during period featuring tilt bard driving a converted tackle going over ..
Biwih the falling debris and Is given In the American Legion of the sugar cane industry in of the society the entire first period and most of Bowden and Al Morrell from the fullback slot Reichert 'I
deliberations
hap going. The adbandonment Auxiliary drawing at holiday. Florida. Unless Congress extends other matters Boys are' asked to wear coats of the second as field positions with Bowden sweeping the last kicked the point after. !
which
* So. 1 resulted la .a loss to time each year. Public Law 78 permitting will among discuss many sugarcane and ties and girls are Instructed limited tile offensive strategy. 12 yards around left end. His' Flayer af week! ,

production diseases, harvestingand to dress in a manner that mightbe With minutes remaining before point after was good. Clewis Alberto Morrell who completed -
considered appropriate for the half Quarterback Mandy ton 144. his high school football
varieties earlier that day.
Elaine McConville is crowned in The field trip which Will Include ,church. Morrell hit brother Alberto In the' fourth period the Mor career Friday, was named the '

visits to Canal Point, Pa roll brothers hooked up again player of the week by the Tiger ;

hokee and Belle Glade besides with a real crowd pleaser as coaching staff.
Clewiston is sponsored by Glades Gas Company celebrates Mandy hit Alberto with a short Morrell had a fabulous yearas

the U.s. Sugar Company book pass. Alberto lateraled off a Junior transfer student
colorful to end Jimmy Dana after being from Pahokee last year and

homecoming ceremony thirty-five years service in area hit and Dana romped the remainder continued the pace until his ,
of the way for a touch- arm was dislocated during the
The Belle Glade game. Al, in reach-
down behind good blocking.
Clew ton High School Homewtof :tertainment for students and arland Band led a parade from Celebrating Its 35th Anniver- ment He Is a city commissionera play was good for 47 yards. outstanding on offense and de-
Is over for another year parents In the gymnasium. Balloting the high school down Sugarland lary this week Is the Glades ( former mayor) a member cae( Bowden again converted. log his early season form was
i I lifter I colorful series of events for the queen followed Highway. Members of the court Gas Company, owned and operated present chairman) of the Hen- tense contributing: 190 yards la

"I !Included crowning of the and results were kept secretA riding in convertibles highlighted by Dan McCarthy who dry County Hospital Authority Okeechobee meanwhile had passing and running against tile
wecoming Queen the along with is himself a native of the Lake and an active LIon. Her volunteer Intercepted a Morrell pass and
and an invwwi "Victory Banquet" was parade Brahmaas. Ha made 15 tackles
Robert Reichert credited
victory by the football held in the evening at the Sug- Jackie Goldman, the 1963 queen. Oketchobee area. work Includes Hendry wee unassisted scored on a e2yardpansrun
tin! now deliveringin County Hospital Auxiliary Band with a 42-yard run for a touch-
It attended The company and started the 47-yard
eland Auditorium. was A reception for the alumniwas
down. He also added extra
Ruins of million gallons Association PTA in past years.Both the
McConville was crown- by some 55 students par.enis he'l on Friday evening excess one pass-run play on which Dana
It queen during the half-timer and alumni plus the football from I:30 to 7:30: in the Ugh ,of gas per year started with a are members of the Clew- point. scored. Morrell scored seven

notes Gf the football team. Ernie Hill, substituting school library but the turnout t t small operation of 10 accounts Iston Country Club and Interested Bowden completed the Tiger touchdowns this season.

IIIDt-t game won by the Tl- for Joe Bundy. head coach was disappointing, only 13 people in Okeechobee, and spread over in Boy Scout and Girl scoring with a breathtakingfield Other seniors completing theirhigh

IrI V a score of 24-14 over a whose wife had Just had a baby showing up This event was the Lake area. The Dan's businesswas father Scout work. goal from 27-yards out. school football careers
snappy but outclassed Seam: made a brief ipeech and the sponsored by the Beta Cub with established by Friday night were Ronnie Morgan
tea
Okeechobee.71e gathering broke up early to al- Patty Akin directing. The classes the late Dan B. McCarthy Joe Davidson Billy David-

festivities opened on lOw the players to get plenty, of of 1934-4444 were honored on The area around the south shoreof eon Johnny McGee, and Jimmy
rapidly
lucidcf the lake was growing
when members of the deep ,this occasion with Mrs. Helen -'a--' Dana. .
and the was ready f
_isg Court staged en- On Friday afternoon the SugOCEEtf Weetman Beta Club faculty T" for. expansion company as soon as equip. ( nUnued on Page Eight)
- acting as hostess.
sponsor World
ment was available alter
Members of the club said the r'
: '
event would be dropped if the 5 War II.Dan .M. McCarthy who had e ea Powder puffer i!t

turnout next year is not better. received his BS. degree In y ,Y : :
The Sugarland Band presented LAKUI" MA&ON brought in this Chemical Engineering at the breaks nose :
a "Sugar Show" prior to the 1Mb. bass recently while fbb-
University of Florida before entering '
game. The queen candidates tog frets the dewtatoo Marina. military service, took Linda Gunter. a senior at .; I ,
escorted by their father or The fish\ was caught Mar the and 4 Clewlston High School received: 1
the local territory )
over ,.
guardian wheeled onto the field west Wall an a white Pppln fir in IMS. Under a fractured nose on Monday
moved to Clewiston .
ur in their fancy cars. and la. being add kr Fred Van- his guidance the business while practicing for the annual I
Woody Carruthers acted as ell af the tnarlna.-4HaN Pbet Powder Puff flag football game I
has grown to Its present proportions
master of ceremonies at halftime with stores in Clewiston, to be held at Cane Field on

during which the queen Teach children Bella Glade and Indlantown. Expansion Monday night..
candidates were driven to the your was rapid in keeping Linda bumped her nose

center of the gridiron and then with the growth of the territories R against the head of another
escorted to the coronation line. traffic safety served. The Oewlston appliance player but did not realize the

The runners-up were announced store was built in 1959. extent of the injury until discoloration -

first they being Sandra The Clewiston office employsten developed. She was taken .
Bell, first, Sandra Brasher persons and operates eight to the Hendry General Hospital I/

second and Cindy Allen trucks. Its bulk plant,. built in on Tuesday where the 1'/'
third. Jackie! Goldman then 1947 was expanded with the addition fracture was set She was detained : a

crowned the queen. of a second: Is.000 gallon at the hospital overnightWEATHER i

Some 300 were present for the tank for storage of gas. The h

dance that followed the game, FORa company owns two railroad '
i with the Invaders from Fort tank cart which bring fuel to 'f[

Myers providing the music. its local: plant Already on order
.. The Student Council expressesits for another big expansion now .
appreciation to the following underway a 30,000 gallon stor. J'
1" I for their help in staging the 1 age tank which will amost double Temperatures and rainfall for :;

Homecoming events: the present capacity., wt is. the 24-hour periods ending at 8a '

I Teachers: Margaret Bare Both McCarthy and his wife, 3 : ,m. on the dates indicated:
Enid Crocked Janice HU1 the former Ruth, Otteni of St Data JIJrIa oil low

Pete Kilgore Sarah Oliphant, Louis, are very active In church temperatures Suntan '
Roger Mlnnlch! Helen Weetman, TURNING CARS and community affairs in dew. i Nov. 19 1-75 0 Ii
Robert Rogers, Ernie Hill. Iston. They are members of St Nov. 20 1343 .03'"1 1Nov. '

I Others to whom thanks are Margaret's Catholic Church and PLATER OF THE WEEK Alberta Merrill pats ere af the tf' 21 S945 trace

directed 'are: Woody Carruth- of ClewistonPolice have taken Wading part in Its sal toaehes ast Us brilliant Ufh scbeol f. tball career $f Nov. 22 904S 0
Ernie Miller the police City organizations and work. Between Nov. 23 7948 0
ers
Hardware, catching this pass food for 12 yards .te the last arter af she
Fry
served almost
force. Corbln's, them they have Nov. 24 S44S 0
Claudia Wilson! and all students : Department energy area of civic better- kemeeeanlng game Friday al,fct-STAFF PHOTO. Nov. 23 11-65 O. j i.

who participated. I i.F
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Con of Chapman and a Clewls- blame. however, he said,
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Qcfcistoo, Ft*. Ft. McPherson, Ga. were in Corporation Is limiting its output since EVERCANE Is .olnllnto tore come as
age for their actlQOJlIn the Association would
soft drink for those Vm policeman not and lent
Thursday, November 28, 1964 Clcwiiton on a visit. for the moment to liquid the popular adults In attends,.,
further trouble could not condone similar
think we'll have to preventing
sugar For years we've been who young dente.
TEN YEARS AGO patriotically insisting on Dixie set some store by the Pepsi that evening ". no penaltywill
Crystals In the sugar bowl. Now corporation. be assessed against Clew
From Clenbton. Newt lston High School due entirelyto Boysinservi
THE CLEWiSTON NEWSPublished
November 25. MS4 your efforts" Cato explainshis

every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewistoa. Jack L. Johnson was Knight "We will not tolerate un U. S. FORCES VI
; Florida, by The Clewiston News Inc., a Florida Corporation by local law enforcement officers t1 sonny sez. sportsmanlike conduct on the (AH'rNC-Army) Pvt H
who feared be bad met part of players, coaches and Thompson Jr. Whose
\ Entered as Second das Matter February 1, 1(37. at the with foul play Me was lilt teen letter continued.The amorEdwin live at 339 E.
fans" the Esperanra
I Port Office: la Oewiston. J'Io1da.lllMr the Act of Congress of In Clewlston on Nov. 3 in company hit home after a few moments iston Fla.. wa1
i lUrch 3. 1679.L01VD4. with Lamar Douglas an Ernie piped up "con letter suggest that certain Cato, star lineman on U.s. Army SuPPOrt.slglled
AWOL soldier who later was arrested alder the letter signed!I" steps be taken to prevent future the high school football team Vietnam, Nov 11 Co
NATIONAL EDITORIALn -' asCongratulations- Incidents Including the announcement chided by Clarence
for speeding Fort My was Chapman
A C T ers was turned over to Hendry to Coach before borne games principal recently for chalk Thompson, aft, tUcra
.p lJ :! Bundy and his Tigers They that unsportmanshlpllke conductor hands with entered the
Q : county authorities who wanted holding a girl on the May 1*.
He
/; 3 him on charges of theft of batteries played a tough schedule and throwing of items onto the campus. He had an appropriate comple
..,.. VIa from old cars stored on finished up 8-4 for the season field could result la investigative answer Said Cato: training at Fort Jackso
'" 0 c.. Subscription Rates 1400 per year local lots. which: is no disgrace and better action by the Association of "Mr. Chapman I understand Rucker.aDd was last stationed
Ala
< It'e (Beturn Postage Guaranteed) than some followers had antici the entire athletic program.
Fort Pierce beat Clewlston that the scripture says to 'hold The
rO"; BERYL BOWDEN Publisher 27-20 in the final game of the pated. This was done at Friday night'sgame. fast to that which 1 Is good.* 1981 21-year-cld 101 e;
1 -asIt's Lay noted that be was graduate of ClewUto
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor season. : comforting to note that the fully aware that the majorityof The story was related at the School and was emplo
Work was begun on the high football dinner on Thursday oi..
Telephone: dusmess and Editorial.! Yukon S-1J01 Court has upheld a Clewlaton residents were very Corpo
Supreme
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves level brldji over the Caloosa.batchee. *. Supreme Being by refuting to embarrassed by the incident .night by Assistant Football Clewlston. before enter
the right to reject any objectlooal advertisement! River at Moore Haven.Earllne strike the words "under God" and that only a lew were to Coach Ernie Hill who spoke be- Army
THZI NEWS ....... .. roapantlMUty for U. Cetera efsollelto ... Kara and William
mMitiMTlpt or photograph Bearden were married in the A happy twoeeaet I from the public school catsroom
THc NeWS BMumo* no nntnolal noposalhlllty for typemphtaal Clewiston 'Methodist Church. pledge of allegiance. iii
eommlMl.il. la .4T.rtlMmajt bat It not flid
or tb.
.( sub .iron error b foro the nut ......el th. piper will reprint_ .or.near .... Betty Kara and Ray)Cent were One of the nicest thugs at -a-
th. ..vcrtlnnmt III whlok th. omr u.
that port of attendants. homecoming wu. the decision The "new era" Clewlston
.. kio-
rider the orrotl.B T
tint .1. would
the snit
IMS, th. Now will educe the price *f the ....rtIoo_, kr M.. A family reunion honored 3. that Queen contestants be accompanied Chamber of Commerce la facing
amount equal to tho porMBUto. th. total apace .a* th. srt. Drawdy on his 68th birthday, by their fathers. Seldom a challenging year. The officers
sous or smutted soar r.pr MBt d. at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. if ever, does the \breed must seek to Justify. the NoticeThe
Hendry Drawdy on West Highway winner have a chance sandwills vote of confidence by the largest .
27. his daughter before a .membership ever and the
crowd of 2,500 people ana let It new members must assume

Death in a sleeping bagThe be known this Is my daugh their responsibility by being active
ter. Generally the abort!'stroll working members.The .
down the aisle limits fatherdaughter steps to unify the lake Hendry County Board of County Commis--
death of a 16 year old boy has been attributed to teenage activity. The area Chambers has a great potential.
cleaning solvent such as used in coin operated dry-clean broad smiles from the fathers The financial and physical -
!Inv machines. In the case mentoned the plant was at. Friday night will attest to their efforts of the combined sioners will offer for sale 19 gas heaters of various
r .
tendant operated and the sleepng bog picked up in a roll g approval group will have a much greater
from the plant and used in a pup tent. Fumes from the solvent !. -as- drawing power than any !individual
were allegedly; blamed for the death involved. On Is the the debit tide of the ledger town. Once the visitorsare sizes. Sale will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec
homecoming
parade.
in the area each community
should be
Our Scouts who use sleeping bags aware.
Unless there la more student:\ will have a much better
of the necessity of proper care of sleeping bags. participation it should be dis chance to benefit directly.: -
the door
front of the
1964
ember 10
at Courthouse .
I 1. Dry clean bag when no immediate use of the continued. The shortened parade ,
bag is planned. route"the lack of Interest
2. Thoroughly air the bag after dry cleaning. and participation take away No action taken
3. Air the bag In sunlight BEFORE and AFTER use from the activities of the eve- in LaBelle, Florida. Heaters will be sold individually

in camping. ning. by Athletic Assn.

It should be emphasized that such' solvents are easily --
Supervising principal C. J. the highest bidder for cash.
evaporate and dissipated by merely being allowed to es Confession is good for the soulI to
from
have been told and apparently Chapman received a letter
cape in the open air. 'tis so. Last week's "alUtar" Floyd E. Lay executive were-
Dry-cleaned bags should not be used immediate upon We have Just consumed the team brought forth many comments tary of the Florida High School
being picked up. Take oil the plastic cover and air thor last of the leftovers from Halloween and provided the basis Activities Association last Wednesday \ .\ V. \ Dorothy Moore Clark
and here it is time to
oughly. of a heated discussion at Sugar In which he stated that ,. : .
Many families are not aware of the availability of start on the Thanksgiving torkey. land Recall where Carrol Radish no formal action will be taken 4, .
rid of the candles > \
Getting against Clewiston High School 'V Clerk Board
sleeping! bag liners which are launderable and reduce the left from Trlck-or-Treaters questioned the audocloua person < to
over who selected a team and would as a result of the disturbance
need for dry-cleaning to nth
practically isn't let's the
turkey
easy hope
after the Avon Park football
not sign his name. Seems Ernie
Some hints on good care of your bag: win go faster.Halloween -
UOltt was sitting across the game.The
Keep toenails clipped and smooth-or clean candy is quite an o
wear dry
table and,the ribbing began to letter commended the ac
socks for sleeping. Item in the business world. t
Use parafine stick white to rub There's a great surge of buyIng ,
or crayon directly on Tipper '
teeth for lubrication and manufacturers cooperate -'
I _. II.ft 1
by making up special packages _LJWI .Jt .fjI
Always dry (air out) bag upon return home. of miniatures. One Qewls-

Put a waterproof ground cloth poncho or air mattress ton grocery repon.'.ellin. 100
beneath your bag or it will pick up ground moisture. cases of special Halloween can
Always use pajamas and a sleeping bag liner. dy. We wonder how much of It
Don't use a sleeping bag for Florida summertime camping was left In the hands of the,

Just because you own one A sheet or two or even a buyers. THRIFTY DRUG STORES'SAVINGS
light blanket will be much more comfortable. American( This year there were two
Rifleman). large bags which were still on
the bookshelf the morning after
Halloween. There were fewer
trlck-or-treaters than expected.,
1"5 history (Despite this the screen door is
now. hopelessly marked with soap SAVE MORE SAVINGS
which refuses to disappear even

nD&TrYE.USAGO ,500, (the remainder of the with scrubbing. Some trick or
(From Clewurton News, 'church's expenses being sup trester failed to make a noise
I Nevember J.. MM plied by the, Presbyterian Mission loud enough to be beard.) UNIVERSAL
The Red Cross drive raised Board). Last year the trlckortreaterswere Universal'!
tlSS in a $100 quota campaign. so numerous we ran out HOME HAIR Electric I AUTOMATICDRYERS
Robert Stewart was In chargeas TWENTY TEAKS AGO of candy. When a small groupof
Roll Call chairman. (From Clewtetoa New. neighborhood! young s t e r s =
Mrs. W. H. Mills who arrived November 23. 1...) found us with our cupboards t SHAVERS IVMi/ Coffeemaker
from Houston Texas: to A mural. M ft x I feet, painted bare, we offered apologies and STARLET wUi X
:join) her husband Lt. Mills, assigned by J. Clinton Shepherd. director Invited them back the next day comfortable head
on the government flood of Norton School of Art for promised refreshment But 0 / Regular Price
Reg. $15.95 cmxz'THESE
we were met with an engagingsmile :
'
oootrol project was honoree at In West Palm Beach was exhibited
a tea given by Mrs. E. W. there before It was !Installed : That's aU right Don't $11.88 VALUES 'r $16.95
Digges. In the Clewiston Inn for worry about It We've got plentyalready"
Reg. Our Price
Bless the
Mri. R. C. Nowling entertain! which it was painted. younger

ed with a bridge party honorIng _Bishop .Wilson Lumber Company generation! CAMEO. .I.,. . . $14.88 Remington 25..,. 29.50 $24.50 Our Price $14.88
I her husband on his birthday.The began construction of two Today will be a happy one in With Nan Polish Dryer Reg. 21.95
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guests surprised the honoree rooming houses on Pacific Avenue many homes with lami1)'latht'clDl' Norelco .,,. 29.95 $24.95 uu --.u
with a pair of white Spit for U.S. Sugar Corporation. marked by the presenceof DUCHESS .,!t.- . $21.88 Schlck TBAVLDT. Zip-dosing, moisture

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Underwater 11I of their body five Inches in dia a pastime of relaxation and
meter. serenity and how serene can --

... stifles lake's olHtimers Espenlaub questions the otter tooth be torpedo thinking that strikes in team at the request of the Clew- be selected.
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the shark or the barracudaas lston News, John C, Perry of .
pIJ"- \ the silent deep? '1 think that all of the boys
loch Nell Many people have theories but I rrt possible culprits The otter the class of 1954 who was chosen who have played at CBS wm
of "i've on L.k. agree. Was It an as a center on that the dedicated people of '
nothing
; lf It come towading. otter, a barracuda a land ,i he insists the barracuda and CHS fans make gave credit to the townspeoplefor Clewlston say have a great deal to ado
when shark do not !inhabit the watersof '
obtl shark, a snake? They didn'thave r their unswerving support in with the ban club. I always g' .
tfl"rJ'iIII"" this problem in Scotland the lake. victory and defeat knew the people would be behind
one ofhis favorShJII' because the Loch Ness monster qO So there the matter stands. all-time team us win lose or tie and I
pcb ill mile, never bit anybody. Choban favors his sore leg as Said Perry, writing from think this made each player;
spots ewlsteton lilt Aa for details, Choban relates he goes about his duties as a Jacksonville: "I was quite surprised produce over and beyond his
:',est of C seeking the that be was fishing near Blue 1.71 clerk-telegrapher for the Atlan "The dedicated people ofCl.wlston" to see that I was selected God-given abilitlec. ri,
was have been given hon for the "AU Time" CBS football -
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had Hole, Just beyond where cattails tic. Coastline Railroad and wonders
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of which grow at the edge of the lake. whether his favorite fishing orable mention for the high team. There are so many "Let me say again that I am i,
Swim He has fished there before and bole has been usurped by school's "All Time" football boys who have earned the right surprised to be selected. This la ,
irouod( the results have been imprestlve the mysterious invader. He lays team. to be selected for the team. I something I will always remember
roe.litho ? Just a tew I day before he Is going back and fish aa he In a letter to Sidney L. Crochet am glad I did not have to be and of which I am personally -
Io at t ", aorgrN thigh' this event his! wife had pulledin has before, in aa old pair of who picked the"All Time" the person to decide who should proud.
tllDc!k him\ on the a bass weighing\ six and one- ,
0 sad forCt ewater,115' half pounds there. Not to be
!DID th outdone be had gone back to the
t town to find that andlood JIll ante spot the next day and HENRY BOWDEN; SCAMPERS' yards .round left end fer a : I i .I
open tonehdowsi In the final SPECIAL
aw were ripped reeled la one weighing even period ef the homeeomlng game wfekh
! The bejlllllIifII pounds. the Tigers wen tt-U.-8TAFF PHOTO: ,
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gaethe red and "
water scared He He was pulling! his plug ,
., ill ID being was no oneaway through some weeds and was men. There were four cut running porters are less numerous butit 1 e'i
but there having a bit of difficulty as the parallel down Choban's is said that both these vicious 'DURING THIS SALE !l
He eadistenropClewlatingaaand weeds wrapped around It. That thigh. The cuts were such as fish have been seen in the lake
raced was when he got It He hadn't might be made by canine teeth and that barracuda have been
j home seen a ripple and there was no about two Inches apart which brought in by nets in the past ...." \ f
* down his le,. commotion In-the water after ripped downward for two Inches George Eipenlaub, naturalist "
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It flit !flowing] f HendrYrIll' the mysterious attacker hit or more, then pulled out and extraordinary thinks Choban 88' :
him
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ripped downward
sal' I Hospital where 15 This information together about the again for was attacked by a brown water 1O I.
; required to close with the nature of the wounds same distance. The saake. This la a non-poisonous e.TO-15 Black Tube-type
... were of the wounds. has formed the basis for the opinions lower cuts were about an inch species, he says, but they art PlM Us. 4 tlra-off your car ': :
ss, < bit Steve ChobanT voiced by veteran fisher shallow. large and have been known to ...., \ '
tal attack people before He says ". I I
Choban says that most expe- they grow to be as much as five 'ALL SIZES. SALE' PRICED,

that rienced has an talked outdoor otter was are men of the the with attacker opinion whomhe Parents invitedto TiretoneAJ4PUY;: : J ;' i i

but others point out that the otter .
t Is a shy creaure which flees cub meetingThe .
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fish swimming from Choban's parents of prospective I. OYAr2NT...:.:.... : CHAMPION TIRES, :: : '
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General Tytsn of South Bay, will County club chatBy 10 everyone please
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewtston, Fla. be used at the Ifcndry gall present u7 to
Hospital during the Christmashoudays. serve as matron of honors J.Ira. Petty McConvUle Reillatrauon
for
Thursday, November 28, 1964I
; tournament
s J.:hn Bianamaa: : as brldcsmatron This Sunday, November 29th., Wlll end sell Sa
The workshop will be held at and Miss Lyn Vaughn a* brides 1 Il the member of the Country day and you can make up

the home of Mrs Jack Scott on maid. Lynn Jackson of Lake Club will have a tournament, OWn foursomes J
afternoon It is Placid, will be flower girl which will be followed Last Friday the
Sunday tea compliments East Arcade street suggested la the Ladies
I that members bring a William K. Swayne, brother ,-Q ,. evening by dinner at the Pit soclatlon pla7ed I 9-hole
sandwich. of the bride. will be best man try F Room Immediately afterward Ruth MotUey Won first
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bride-elect Sandra Kay SwayneThe Member are asked to set and ushers win be Larry Cooper ." the Annual Meeting will take and Ruth McCarthy? p
IeCOnd
: aside Dec 17 for working at the Jacksonville, Carl Anthony; place. The meeting this year the most birdie,
I annual dec Orlando, Tom Moore, Daytona; will be a most Important par and
hospital This 1s an one. *. VERY
home of Mr. and Mn. other blossoms were used in arrangements Beach and Wayne Layman, ': ey good ladies,
oration project of the club and ; : ; :: : kr
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Abner H. Venn, 530 East Os- In the living all members are asked to participate. West Palm Beach : ,.
of Florida rooms, and the silver I
ceola Avenue, was the scene
Friend of the couple are cordially
table
a tea Sunday; afternoon when service on the refreshment
Mrs Frank Jacob, Mri. A. L. was further complemented by An Interesting workshop was Invited to the ceremonyand '
The
Stephen, Mr*. H. C. Thompson silver candelabra with white conducted last Thursday at the reception. Clewiston Trailer Mart
and Mri. Vann honored Mill tapers home of Mrs. Fred Sties by;
Sandra Swayne. Tea cakes, sandwiches, coffee Mrs. W. M. Jeffrie of South invites YOU to
mints and nuts were served. Bay. Members learned to make
Mill Swayne'f wedding to B. Assisting the hostesses were wax grapes and many; went Walk' In and Start
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Carlton White will take pl.ceSaturd.y
livingin
Mrs. John Branaman, Mrs. home with bunches of the artificial
afternoon at four }
James L. Owens and Mrs. Chuck fruit colored to suit their 1eP
o'clock. Wlnn. desires. A picnic lunch was enJoyed & i the NEW 1965 Marietta
and foliage (
White flower green Receiving with the hostesses ; at noon.Hostesses .
used In the decoration at
and the honoree were her mother were: Mr*. Fred
the Van home emphasized the Mrs. S. K. Swayne, Clewis Vancil. Mr. A. H. King, Mrs .See. .
color theme chosen by; Miss ton and her fiance' mother, Ross LaByer and Mrs. Elizabeth i
Swayne for her wedding. Mrs. W. J. White, of Canal Stilt About 20 membersand PERSONALS 5

White chrysanthemum; and Point. Miss Swayne wore a two- guest were present t THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HOME
piece suit of royal blue silk, and
Mrs. Swsyne an emerald green Misses Jackie Goldman and di -- on Wheels

silk dress, while Mrs. White ,. Donna Martin'sengagement Beverly Etherton. student at 12' x Two-bedroom Center
Dinin
EDWARDS chose a black dressmaker suit
The hostesses presented corsages toldMr. Jacksonville University, Jacksonville room, :3 door Deluxe MARLETTE

Plumbing RepairReplacements to etch of them. were at home for the .

About fifty guest caned.during and Mrs. William Nye weekend. Miss Goldman' parent FIVE NEW PLEDGES ef Beta PI Chapter of Beta Sigma Also see our complete line of
Mr. and Mr*. Charles E.
the hour of the tea. .
In ttadewktoa
Martin of Belle Glade announce Phi are shown at a recent gathering ef the sorority
Installation, Wiesenfeld drove the girl backto Marvel & Marlette'sTwo
the engagement and approaching chapter room Seated left te right are Mrs lee

Trouble Shooting Garden Club to marriage of their daughter will Jacksonville return Wednesday Sundayand; 'when Bandy. Mn. WUHsm Holme. Mn. Dare Fattlms elandlng and Three bedroom

'Septic Tank A Donna Gayle to Mr. Robert the girl will come home for are. Mrs Ed Watm and Mr*. Ernie HU.-OTAFF PHOTO' mobile homes

Specialty meet on Dec. 15 the Thanksgiving holiday. I O'x ,43.. to" i2 x 60'

Beta Sigma Phi inducts pledges .
Mike Bowden of Welt Palm
Can YU 2-6711 Members of the Clewiston
Garden Club will gather Decem- Beach spent the weekend with PaUlson Mrs. Ed Watson and Open Daily and
325 E. Ventura Beta PI Chapter of Beta Sigma : Sunday to 9
ber 15 to work on decorations to I I1l0L1D his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Phi recently; received five Mrs. Ernie HID.ceremony. p.m.

B. Bowdea pledge at the traditional pledge The was held at .. Bank Financing
the home of Mrs Fisher AngeIn
Miss Caroline Owen, who attends ritual .
Miss Vashtl'a School for Moore Haven. Mrs. Fred Route 27 East YU 2-2661
They; were Mr. Joe Bundy; Baker served refreshments to
Girl. ThomasvCle, Ga. was at
home for the weekend with her Mrs. Wm. Holmes, Mrs. Dave ten members and the pledges.

parent Mr. and Mrs.. C. B.

Owens. Patricia Owens J J. D. Steadman

Mr. and Mr. J. B. Cox of Or- ,
tone Locks .were honored dinner ATTENTION !

guests Sunday; on the occasion wed in
I of their 40th wedding anniversary Presbyterian ceremony Farmers Cane Growers and Rancher

CASU. Hosts were their ,
daughter Mr. Don Galasslnl Miss Patricia Ruth Owens, grandmother of the bride worea LOOK TO THE FUTURE
and her husband, and the din daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles blue dress with sequin hat AND

ner was held at the Galasslnl Bras Owens, and James and a cymbidium orchid cor- WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
home In Clewiston.Mr Daniel Steadman, nephew of sage.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Neal were
The bride attended ClewUton
of .
Mr Florence
Walter Walter and ion the late Mr. William *. S. C. Fry; returned last married Friday; evening in the High School and ha been active & Caw Cost Farm Mortcage
weekend from Hawthorne where Community PresbyterianChurch. FEDBKAL LAND HANK LOAN
In campus clubs, in Rainbow .
Allentown
Walter, of New
Whether you want a few she spent a few days with her The minister. Rev. Girls and church organizations. win Fanlsh Cash TeRefinance _

Jersey son, Scott Fry, and family, going Henry; H. Ford officiated at the The groom, who has made s debts..
."shopping dollars" or a substantial Miss Martin is a graduate of up to celebrate the first double ring;ceremony. his home with hU uncle and finance farm Iraprereraent. new knfldlan, Jill
v Clewiston High School. She attended birthday of her first grandson.The The church was decoratedwith Neal chase wtod snaehlnea and install
like aunt. Mr. and Mrsi Glen trrlgatton.
of you'll the
sum money, Palm Beach Junior College -
Scott Fryi will other white containing arrangements
join urns .
; for several yean, 1* the eon of Assist to purchase ef a farm, grass er ruck.
\ and completed her studiesat members of the family' for of white chrysanthemums -
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way we handle everything.The James Steadman of Gainesville Purchase more lead
the University Florida For
; Thanksgiving In Clewiston., and gladioli; white and Mrs. Mary; Oswalt, Preside capital lands for the farm taterprlae.
the past two she has been
years tapers burned In cathedral can-
ONLY A LAND
Pompano Beach. He also attended BANK LOAN
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Glddens)
employed as Interior designerat of
delebra with arrangements
HAS ADVANTAGES'
ALL
THESE
will have their and Clewiston High School
Sloan's Washington and eons daughter and white satin ribbons.Mrs. .
and green and 1* employed; by N aT* Garage 1. Lewer payment
families here for
continue this
plans to with company .
Christine Doty, organist, .
after her marriage Thanksgiving. Expected guests 2. Longer term (Q te f/ yean).
Owens,
and Mrs. Thomas B. vocalist
Mr. Following a wedding trip to S. Dependable Mrrlee (erring agrlcaltare exclusive
need are and Mrs. Don Glddens
cash
Mr. Walter Is of of
you a graduate presented a program .
and daughter, Kathy, of Coral Miami Beach the couple 1* residing HB* HIT.
Dickinson Is music. Mrs. Owen
College. He now nuptial sang
can be In your Gable, and her mother, Mrs in Clewiston Trailer Park. 4. Fall prepaysneat prlrflege wtthtot penalty.
In Arlington Goest" "I Take
employed at Fort Myer "Whither Thou .
; hands almost as Virginia. ; Martha Earth of Orlando, Dr. Thee, Dear" and "0 Perfect Out of town guests at the wedding .. Least service >y cal pceple fanUlar with beal. ap
and Mr*. Lionel Beatty of Fort were James Steadman, cottar.
soon as you ask for HI The wedding will take place Myers, and Mr. and Mr. Bob- "marches Love. The traditional used. wedding .Gainesville, Mrs. Mary; Oswalt If we ell be eI aerrlee .. yea please write er phase

on December 19th at Allentown by Cldden and family; of clew.iston. The bride were wore white sheath and Miss Job 7 Jo DraWn Pom- W. .. MAY Mgr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Ant Up.
o a
Methodist Church, Allentown
pano Beach, Mrs. Alice He.
Penna. wedding dress, fashioned of singer fad Bruce Splller, both Federal Land Bank
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- bands of lace and white satin; of Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Associationof

bert Hooker for Thanksgivingare it featured a square neck and Forest E. Pearce, Miss Jane
Miss tells
Swayne her sister Miss Linda Walker short sleeves. Her bouquet 11'11 Pearce, Harry; and Dock Pearce Bradenton
and her fiance, of white roses centered with a
Tommy; and Mrs. Harry R. Lamb of
lOAHJfJPTOWOO plans for weddingMiss Sims, of West Palm Beach. 'white orchid. Her shoulder Okeechobee. ; mONEt 741-MSl BIADENTON FU:

(;.A.('. FINANCE Sandra Kay; Swayne Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith length tiara of veil white was pearls.attached to a ---l

CORPORATION daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. of Winter Haven are guest for Maid of honor and only attendant.
Swayne, 105 West Del Monte the holiday of her brother, Mel- Miss Beverly Etherton
,.,j AMOUNT PAYMINrg" .01 Avenue, Clewiston, has announced vin Pape and her sister. Mr. was dressed In a blue brocade .
YOU en
14 MONt"S 20 MONTHS 11 MOfoIT"S 11 MON1NaS plan tor her weddingto Clyde Ell'", and their families., sheath worn with a matching
75.00_ 5.06 8 5.17 S 7.JJ B. Carlton White, son of Mrs veiling hat Her flower were
__160.00 S 9.19 10.79 U7 16.11 W. J. White and the late Mr. Mr. W. A. Moor returnedthis Talisman roses In a cascade ar Grand

u.oo 24.16 _2'.35 _30.69 _.2.50 White, of Canal Point The ceremony week from a visit of a few rangementThe

600.00 01,79 39.34 .2.66 9.35 will take place at four weeks with relative In Georgiaand groom'best man wa La-
o'clock Saturday, the twenty; Tennessee Accompanying mar Morman; ushers were
CLFWISTON3110asttateHSphwoy. -. eighth of November, at the Com Lewis Jones and Joe Marlin .
her sister
her on her return was '
. Tdlphoneyfitee2J411! munity Presbyterian Church. Billiard.
Mrs. M. L. Wylle, of Atlanta -
A will follow
r Clewiston. reception
inu CLAM A wedding reception: was held

t I _,., w..t*_" ._...eo....... Telephone 99M277 at the Clewiston Inn. who will remain with her for at the home of the bride'* parents
The bride's cousin, Mrs. :Mon tome time. 608 East Osceola Avenue.
Bouquets of white flowers were Opening
used in the living and Florida

rooms, and centered the bride'

{ .table where the three tiered
I wedding cake and punch were
served to the guests A white
cutwork cloth overlaid the table

In and silver white candelabra candles were Intertwined burning a $25 gift certificate will be awardedas

with white blossoms
Assisting In serving were Mrs.

Chuck WInD, Mr. Glen Ether- door prize by
ton and Mrs Ruth B. Owen .
Miss Carolyn Owens presidedat
the bride's book.
For her dauhter'.eddInI'
Mrs. Owens chose a dress'of Red
:9'c pink crepe de chine with which Shutter
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Mrs. Glen Neal's dress
was of pink lace and chiffon
and her corsage was a purple
orchid. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.
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Danny Splvy, Sheila Tanner, Lions hear talkon croscope set up by Erwin. They 10.00 for the Senior division! Clewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pale live
Lottle Torches, :Mildred McEl-- learned that In Florida alone and are by invitation only. New men's storein Thursday, November 2S, 19S'
roy. there are 87 miles of dry holes There WIll be a bar-b-que Immediately" -
Patients remaining Ola oil drillingThe left from unfruitful attempts to following the rodeo Zemonek, label Linda Johnson, Francis ,
Oicbarled-Donald Daughtrey. W J. Tyler, Clara find oil. Saturday afternoon which Is Belle Glade Those on the Junior squad: Groves Joanne Hunt Fran,
Audrey L.ante, Mama Broadrtck. Ethyl Tyler, Ona As a possible market for the open to the public. Plates will Durema Adams, Patty Akin, Jan Jennings Kay Lowe, Joyce Pel- .'
tleanle Harn, James Herring, Willie Lou Furnagueral fascinating story of oil abandoned holes, !it was suggested be 1.00 donation per person. Alfred Kahn who with his Brantley Andy Bolton, Kitty ham,Jane Miller, Lenora Button i." I
Mrs.o exploration was outlined for that they be cut In six- That night dance will beheld I II
Rosalie a
Juanita Edward HoUey, Hilda Armour Lions wife opened "Red Shutter", awomen's Carter Marlon Crofut, Mary Jan Wilson Joy Waldron,
III. Crawford, Club members at theclub' foot lengths and sold to local: in the Doyle Conner Agricultural '
Loupe Julia Lynda Gunter store In Belle Glade a Beth Fry, Judy Fountain, Cathy Helen Buslck, and """'UN....
Vernalee
luncheon .
carrbajal. Brenda Rey..p. last Thursday. ranchers for fence post holes.Greg Building with music for ago, will hold the Grand t'
Thigpen, Olll Balentlne, Betty Walter Erwin geologist with Esser, president of the all types of dancing Admission year of "Red Shutter for
Frank Oyce patterwn.e .Jo Wiggins, Tina Hendry, WU- the Sun Oil Company at its Fel- club appointed Ed Moxley as donation will be tl.00 per per men"Opening tomorrow. 3N
llvarra, da location, gave details of the chairman of a committee to look
son.
follows the
Lee Williams, liam O. Baas, Lorene Demons.n The men's store I
Gaines Hendry County Oil 'boom", Into the possibility of makingthis ,
cblel same decor as the adjoiningwomen's
b highlighted by the Felda well a fund raising project for store, and presents all
.
which is producing oil In 1965 For Rent
profit its merchandise In open, easy
able quantities. Erwin, who has been with Sun Fair directors to lee, displays i
Through the use of numerous 011 since 1935, wound up his talk Mr. Kahn says his merchandise
such &S i4 charts which clarified the tech- by discussing the pros and cons is all stock: of excellent I I II
nical and financial aspects of of the controversy concerning approve ticket quality, and Is designed for all I
wildcatting and general oil exploration the drilling a well In each 40- those who are "young heart"/ 2-Bedroom furnished r.
ZIG-ZAO Erwin emphasizedwhat acre plot, rather than In a plotof regardless of their chronological Apartments
MACHINE by It tot. a massive 160 acres.
a A' undertaking it office tent age.
is to for During the luncheon Easer .
dig oil in Florida. ,
SINGER He felt the needa of the growing
resIi ;ltsI I The Lions were given an op and other Lions bade farewellto area on the south short of 330 East Trinidad '
I..1 12.$0 W1'* *"** portunity to observe samples of departing Lion Bob Austin Members of the Hendry Coun- Okeechobee will support a
Lake
** cap rock and porous, oil.bearing who has taken a Job as recreation ty,Fair and Livestock: Show ap. shop exclusively for men, and I
rock under an electric mi- director In Fort Meade. proved a recommendation by his plans have met with excel ,
Brown for the construction '
Jerry "
George
Kemp gave details on
The store is attractively
lent reception. "
the upcoming Ladles NightIt of a permanent concrete
decorated and fir
.call.
was announced that there block office to be built on the I t
Annual dinnerat would be no meeting today due east side of the exhibit building .. conditioned for comfort throughout ;::1 i.Je
r1INGER'ZIGZAG to the Thanksgiving holiday. entrance and placed' request the :year '
A $25 gift certificate will be
St. Martin'sThe Visiting Lion Pat Pattlson for a 40' by US' canvas
awarded door prize on I
[ was present at the luncheon tent to be used during fair weekat aa a :
annual dinner and meeting their meeting Tuesday night opening day tomorrow. E. Beardsley
ComPIe'Portable'
of St. Martin's Episcopal at the county sub-office.
$134.95 Church was held last Thursday The tent will be used for exhibits REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BIOKEK "
evening at the church. Follow. Youth rodeoin by car and equipment Powderpuffers East SunrUnd Hwy TV S-7M1 "
InS the Evening Prayer Service dealers and will be placed at .
A TMeawk!(TMt S4NQER COMPANY and dinner, the adults adjourned the south end of the exhibit
to the church for the annual Moore Haven building
CARITHERS RADIO & TV business meeting while the children Clyde Hatfield reported that r
were entertained In the booklet ads are moving nicely
Bond Stree-1 a.f ..- Florida L parish hall Mrs. C. E. Miner, December and that he hopes to completethe
Jr. was in charge of the chil 5,6The contact within the next Monday '
'L dren's activities assisted by Ed week or ten days. .
Moxley and the EYC group. Florida State Championship Because of the Christmas holidays ) YOUMake i
Fr. Clark Dorman presided at Youth Rodeo will be /heldin ,' the next meeting was The annual "powder puff
the business meeting during Moore Haven Saturday and set for Tuesday December IS bowl" game will be played .
... which Messrs John Boy, George Sunday, December 5 and .. The at which time all.directors are Monday night on Cane Field
"' Fawcett and John Potter afternoon performances will began urged to be present to help kickoff at I p.m. The game will
were elected vestrymen for at 2:30: each day. make final plans for the Fair pit the Junior girls against the '* 'Extra' Money
three year terms to succeed The championship rodeo Is beIng to be held February 22-29. Senior girls), with proceeds to !
Messrs. G R. Berner, W. E. sponsored by the Glades benefit both classes
NOTICE NOTICE NOTICEFor Bolton and W. C. BosweQ whose County Youth Livestock: ShaW :The Senior girls are being without"Extra Workl'!
'
terms expire in December. Inc. and will Include: 75 contestants Rotarians hear coached by Bill Perry and C. J. .
In other action the congregation by virtue of their qualifications Chapman, with the under class- f
approved a proposed budget in other rodeos cruiseBill women being coached by Jim Make your money work as hard as
'of
for 1965 presented by Warren throughout the state during the ,Henry Buchanan and Frank Gentry.
corrugated metal and aluminum past year. you do. Our high rate of return will add I
Howell, Senior Warden; heard Rotarians a The game have proved very
the ECW annual report from Competition will be In two Henry gave in Lake Ontario entertaining In the past, and up regularly to help build your insured '
cruise by
culvert pipe, dashboard risers, head- Mrs G. R. Berner, ECW President with classes four, 12 and under and lilt and Canadian proxy waters at the regular Monday nlgnt's should be no different savings quickly, and effortlessly I I.Open I'
western saddles
and directed the vestryto being luncheon meeting Monday.' according: to those who t \;

gates, flapgates, check dams, and all the appoint feasibility a committee of expanding to study the given Contestants to the winner will participate. In He showed glides and gave the a 'workoutDonations have been watching the teams your account with us today. ; p
on
verbal commentary e
"
church facilities Fr. Dorman bull riding; bareback brone riding are 50c for students '
taken the route of EARN MORE NOW!
drainage products call: cutting horse, barrel scenes along
racing
expressed the church's thanks and steer a cruise he and his wife madein and 75c for adults 1 ,
to Mrs. Carl Berner Presidentof decorating Entry fees their cruiser last summer. The Senior squad comprises:
the Altar Guild and Mrs C. are 5.00 for the Juniors and cruise extended from Hen Cindy Allen Sandra Bell San
The
E. Miner, Jr., sponsor of the derson Harbor, Prince Edward's dra Brasher, Janice Carlin, Clewiston Federal i .
Gator Culvert EYC, for their organization's Point through the Thousand Sara Joe Cato, Patricia Cox, ?rlssrsJ .
diligent work during the year. Islands to Ottawa. Joanne Crawford Christine Cur. arm a 4 4r I..:

Ship Best Way! Harbor The ,marina which often at Henderson has 120 ry Linda Barbara Gunter Dixon, Sue, Susie Guthrie Green,, 4 Savings and LoanAssociation {< f

vessels in its slips was starting Gayle Harris, Margie Howard, ,
Lantana Florida 582.2558 582-5924 BirthdayNov. Shlela label Si i'rj '
or Happy REA point the This Henrys.is the Scenes summer of homeof the Linda Massey,Beverly Elaine McCon-Kemp, ,,, "

26-Sharon Walker Harris, mall Island owned by the late vile Marie Nottingham, Sally j ;'
Sales agent-Art Hillbrath, 832.8505 Cheryl Lee, Major Sherwood FREE PICKUPand John Foster Dulles and of many Oliphant, Penny Pennlngton,
Hall, Bonnie Patterson. other Interesting spot along the Donna Elizabeth Rogers, Susan Schick 201 E..Ventura Ave. Clewuton ;;
Stokes Judy Watson.
Nov. 27-Geneva Taylor. DELIVERY route were shown.Quests .
Nov. 28-Hilda Brantley. Ann Joanne Wood and Barbara
at the meeting wereWalter
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Miller Marion R. Ange Henry Hooker, Belle Glade and
Keechl, Jr. Suzanne Peers. Phone YU 2-2141 Sid Parnell Fort Myers, :and
Nov. 29-R. C. Nowling. H. E. Mrs. Bill Henry, dewlston.
r.' 0'Brlen, Mrs George McGee,
Edward Harris,Jimmy Pitzen. '., ,h'
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give every Brown ,

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THE CLJEWISrON NEWS Ha wes r-tsUtutcd for the organ The Making of Justice (The Supreme Rebel ............................ 6 S LadietoftheLalc
\\P Sls Thursday November 24. 1964 ta Cs* IJWCT bicame bouses.On 'It" I, Court In Action) Charger ........ ............... 3 S W1IIII L"e
fcax Jif War::.tier, Kochboucht \i'" James E. Clayton Old South 32 t2!
a theater> In Blrmingban. (\... ,': A Biography of the Constitution Tuesday, November 17 Hare Lumber 26 w
Junior
Ala. and be remembershis ; : of the United States-Broadus Glade Rest 23%,
tenure there chiefly because ,., Mitchell Angel 89, Devils 0 USSC ....... .., 22\1\ 20\1\ 2
Presley wiggle of a movie' that was a real wow ;y/...; Warriors 13, Comet 12 WIdroD! Motored 21\1 23\

I for its time. It was the '"'Iba'"- '//0C a Thursday, November It Sport Shop .. 19 a
r 24
y
with Koch White Murder Mystery a pie- fIj1 Flag footballWednesday Junior Parkinson's 19 25 24
l okay a WIll treatment of OM of the Warrior 32, Devils 12 Alene's Gifts 13 31
molt sensational murder eases H1 Uh Scratch: Game
Comets 0, Angel 7
Urban T. (Doc) Koch operator In the annals of crime. Harry November U Winnie Smith

I of the Dixie Crystal Theatre Eo"lb. *. had slain Stanford Midget Saturday, November 21 Luisa deArtnas
Is In his 80th year of life but he White! ever the affections of a ;Jet 7, Rebel 0 Junior High Handlcip Came
still puts the accent on youth- u beautiful show girl. 1ft. Tiger 1, Charger 0 Devil I, Comet 34 Winnie Smith _

particularly EM Presley. Koch then became Florida November 20 Warrior 27, Angels 0 Luis deArmtj
Friday
Elvis It seems, ha* been the ,,per representative for Columbia Pictures 'V Mary A. Delis _
best box office draw tile theatre Corp. trtveUng: the state Midget Rebel 6, Tiger 0 END 07 SEASON nigh Scratch: Series

has had and It Is okay with Doe 4 selling that company's films. 0 LMgoe Standing. Lulsa deArmas _
Jets U Charger
If be can continue to gyrate' Into It was while on this mission Teen W.Lest France Carlla ._ ....._.
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the affections at Us Twafer that be became acquainted with AMONG THOSE' ATTENDING' the alumni seen heoae at the END OF SEASON Warriors _, ,12 0 Mary A. Dettx _
audiences. Mrs Mary Hayes Davis who Mrs. Lerae Barton ('45)), Lags Btaadtac Comets ...,:.,...... 7 S BOA Handicap Series"
scheet
kick library Friday sight were '
owned the local theatre. When test AngelsTI; ,.... 4 I Luis
Koch, who was bat In Fat ,M ('13). Tessa We -??- deArmai __
Mr. and Mrs Dlckaea CM) sad Bffijr CrawferdBTATTrHOTO ? '
Eebert (
mouth. Ky., came late the men she became Ill Koch, along with : I Jet ....r.-... 1 I Devilss1, 11 Mary A. Delta _. _.
tre business and to dewiston byway toe owner of a Florida chain, -
of the organ badness. Not bought the place. It was June

lone after the debut of the present 1. 1M4 and Doc has been here Loved Customs and TradtUODI How to Use Hand and Power

century be went to work foe the company's exhibit at the St. since. )-Samuel Rapport Tools-George Daniels
the Wurliteer Pipe Orgaa ..- Louis World Fair. Organ and Sugarland Highway was a New York-Places and Pleasures Hawall-A( History)-Ralph S.
pang of Cincinnati. Ohio and in movie houses went together In country road, made of dirt -Simon KuykendaU

1904 found himself I wortiag atI the old days, although a piano stone and other available materials The Challenge of .,.IopoJla- Bowling Fencing, and CoIf '. -
when Koch: took: over the Martin ..
Von Eckardt Guide-Joan .
management of the theatre. But Handbookfor : '
Small Education
Antique Silverware Physical ,
things changed. Hughes College Women-Florida :
ClewistonChurch The theatre grew with the city The Year Between (A Drama- State University
and movie-going received impetus tic View of the Twenties and I Owe Russia tUOO-Bob Hope
from the Introduction and Thirties)-Barrett Giselle and I-Alicia Markova
I of sound then cin:
Improvement Cezanne-Forty( Eight Palmstags The Roots of Evil-Christopher. +eM
and the wide screen.
emascope Reproduced la Full Color Hlbbert
Directory A* far a* Koch is concerned: )-Cezanne. The Patriarchs of IIfM1J'o1lDM.rsh.n

however the biggest advancement Zanier Neo-Fletiea: Holt .' SEE WE deliver
the development of us.
fireproof was film. There had been Joke for CI1I1dreDMarll8rlKohl Japanese Inn(Guide-Oliver for Women StatistElegance :

JEHOVAH'S VTRTCBMn ST.3UMAEHTS CBTOCH some disastrous! theatre fires Adult Nen-Fletteas Proper Dress on AH OccaSHEEHJ.YCRA -
Kingdom Ban-417 W. D: Pas Father Robert A. Hostler prior to this time, csused by the D full-sized Chrysler '

R. Cuban 1:00: ajn. It 7.00: P.DL Sunday old-type film being Ignited by,
Sunday WatdMower Study. J4au. the very hot projection: light

4:15 pjn. 7:00: a.m.-Oafly Weekday Uass It was the bugaboo of theatre for few dollars
Tuesday BMe Stady 1.00 p.a. 7:00 .....-Tint Friday Mass. owners and they were glad just a
"Thursday MlaJMry School.7:30 when the threat was ended.

t%.ynt JUST CHUS11AN CHTOCH2S1 Koch: figures that about 80 percent
Service Meeting S.JO pjn.NOlTHfflDB N. ......... Street of present theatre audience a month more Ihan
B. J. Goodrich Minister are teenager When people
MBPONAKTBAFTBT reach the age of 25 or 30,
IUUKCH9M 10.00: a-nu-Blble School.: they have home obligations and
11:00 .Communion and some smaller rare.ThatYnot
of their
N. Francisco Street forget the attractions .
WanblllentcI.
Rev. Juliaa Pope younger days, he says. And b
':15 a.m.-&mda11k11ooL 7:30 p.m.-Commnnlon and then there 1* TV.

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worsklp. Worship Serrlee. Koch works a peculiar schedule : hot air. That's a fact.Seven Newport models
Wednesday: but be likes It. He goes to
1:30 P.UL-BTC. art actually that low priced. And one b big-a
7:30 P.BL-Bible Study.; the theatre before noon to take every
':30 p.m.-Ovenlng Worship.
Wednesday: care of mall, banking and other beautiful 1 18-foot, two-ton Chrysler with a no-extra-cost
COM MUIrTTF FHNTBC08TALOLCCBBS such chores, then leaves, not to ''
7:30 p.m.-Pre Service. CHTICH return until 7 p.m. His day ends 383 cubic-Inch V-8-that runs on regular aa*. Come

CHTJECH or eoo Seth QewYtswRev. around midnightHe t t see the guys who can make It a big-car year for you.

312 Seth Facade ,Avaaae J. R. Taylor Paste stfll plays golf nine hole
riding a cart, and be 1* interested
Rev. H. M, Long 10:00 ajnSuaday SohooL
In Rotary Club, Chamber
10:00 a.m.-8llada1 SeheoL 11:00: e.m.-M.enlog Worship.!
of Commerce and Episcopal
11:00 a.nv Morolaf Service. 7:45: p.m Sunday Eangalstie: church affairs.A .
7:30 p.mv Evening Worship.! Service
widower be is visited! often r
Wedaesday: Wednesday:
by his eon Urban Jr.. and family
7:SO p.m.-Prayer Service. 7:45: P.E&-Prayer 8enJ oI.
of Ft. Lauderdale. He also
Friday: Friday:
bit a daughter In Evanston QL
7:30 p.m.-Young P..p e's En 7:45: par-Youth Service.' i
whom visited few
he only a
1
deavor.COMMVNflT mir 91' UlUkCQ1S2 week ago.New. f i

rEBSBTTEKUM
E.Vemtara Arorae
47 a.aJ.... Areas
books
Rev. Bob L. ChrUtte in
Heary H Ford JDntatert SUPPORT
9:43: a.m.-Sunday' School. '
: a-mv-Sunday School 11:00: a.nx-Morning Service. \
11:00 Worship 100% ORLON
a.m-J&onIDC 6.13: p.m.-Training Union. public library HOSE
S.-OO pjnv Westminster FeD Ir.aIaIp.
7:30 p.m.-EveuIDI Service.
Wednesday: : j SWEATERSWheat,
The following new book were
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.-Qolr: Practice. 7:00 p.nt-Officers and Taach- recently placed on the shelvesat Now In our stock Fawn, Red Emerald .
ers Meetinf. the Clewiston Public Library. at all times Sizes 34 to 40
I:. pjn. Midweek Prayer ADULT FICTION: MaD on r
run auauuwsr' CBCKOO Senriee. Flre-Blythe (lA novel of the life $4 9S $3.98
m W.a.w4 Avas eBr. 1:45: pjn Choir Praetee.ST. of St. Paul) pr. .

David c-I w. Paste The Rector of Juatln-Auchln- .
t.4S SJnChBrek. : School. close (Full-depth portrait: of a Sea your Chrysler Dealer-Tbe man who_delivers.
11:11 Lm-Morning Berth.i MAKTVTSEvbeeeaD arncu rector-hAadmaiter-faunder of
fll p.m-Memodlst Youth ( a New England Episcopal ..sf

.- Tksowship.CHLC9 207 N.PaelfleEev. Bo,'.. School.

dark H. Dorman. V1cuSuMaJ' Gabriells-.Jorge Amado BECK
OT IHJUBTS Services: The Blood of the Lamb-Peter MOTORS
S Beat Ceaaral Avcaae De Vries
3. J.Sul van. Minister 7:30 jav-Barly Eucharist: The Echoing Cliffs HJalmarThesen
and Highway and San Benito Street Fla.
ftiaday: 10:30 a.mv-Family Skrvtee Clewitton,
I Church Srn A Darrell
10:90: s.aL-Bible School. -Marion Montgomery
11:09 a.m.-Wonbip. Saint and Holy Day U an Junior Fiction:
nounced.Confessions. The Witch Family Eleanor
T.-OO
p.m.-WonJaIp.
by appointment' Estes E
i Wednesday:
I NON-FIction: The Desert King
7:30 p.m.-ledt devotions
\ (Ibn Saud and His Ar.bla- cA
and Bible Study

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Luther Dixon, Faster 11:00: aja.-Worship Service. r BEAUTIFUL PRINTED
School 1:00 p.nu-Baptist Training Belle
10.00: S.BL-Sunday Glade
11:00 sun-Preaching.( Onion Rev. Richard Rosemaa, paste NYLONSWEATERS
Tuesday: 1:00 pjnv Worship Service, 9.30: a.m. Sunday School Bulky,, KnitCARDIGANS.
j 7:30 p.nv Prayer. MeetlBg Tueedar: 10.39: a.m. Divine Worship
rrlday: 2:f flL-Brotherhood, 8.00: p.m. Wednesday' Bible

7:30 pjiL-Young People's Wailaeedsj Call to wear right

Meet*. 7:30 p.nv.-Hour.of Prayer.; WHITS: BLACK info Spring announces the dining
Thitrsaay'' ,
PINK BLUE
Sizes 38 to 40
1:00 P.BL-Choir Practice.
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i a-BL-Mornliig Worsklp.:4S 21S SeW Itaaessee Street .
DADS TO
HAPPY LIYTNO
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S.OO p. -t.. ag Worshtav.Wednesday : .

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0-1Dt7I 7:30 pjitw-.Kvaagelisti* Service A truly happy life ThanksgivingDay
I C7DU91BetaserreM Wednesday:

7:49 p.mM CTirlsf* 'Ambaasad

J' Paul Strickland Paste set 9:45: a.m. Sunday School The demand for fat .

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11:00)() Morning Wor- .
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Wednesday; Study.Trlday chip ;
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Clewliton. Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pave

I If interested Thursday November 28, 18C4
ADS 40 families

In one of the best being them contacted to be there.by letter askIng BPW Club honors


-ursssa w mosonrr realdeoceeoa The famine will be asked to Senior girl.(1( (;. I

RATES: Tout FOR SALE-2-bedroom cement FOR RENT Z-bedroom norlkside .' get TB test return at the tame tme on Dec. The girls In the Senior das ;'I'I I i
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1u tran.
? iMrioL 70 block home. 609 Trinidad. Inquire ere 10 feet wide FOR SALE-Alrboat, &-p..en. 4 for the reading of the tect at Clewlston High School were .. ,
word per furnished
at Call get 140 hp Continental please guests of the Business and Fro
engine
cluu.e: Jour 1Oduui Ehrllch Mobile Home YU 3-1831. Uc All who have a positive test .'
i with trailer fitsioml Women' Club.t
cl three. Court. tie All la excellent result will be X-rayed, regard-
for the price FOR RENT-OCcuPlnC1 Ia condition. 1250., some term. coatact Member of 40 families are luncheon at the Glades Pit ,:" r
one lsa of (ge, In January when to*
yUkoD( 3-1201 FOR SALE 2-bedroom hours week, S-bedroom brick home Contact E. R. Tbomasson County being asked to. take tuberculinakin mobile X-ray unit visit Dewtalon. Room Tuesday. Sharing the "J1 J
HONE with Fla. Room carport, on West Alverdex. Mrs. Beryl Engineer. Itc J. M. Lankford tests a* a follow-up to the Toll la Important aa far club's: hospitality were Mrs. 1
whose !asses a. screen porch: aluminum awn Bowden Phone YU S-1M1 testing of students in the Clews! Enid Crockard and Mrs. Margaret '1
day. FOR as children: are concerned be-
.
r tile .....uw ads legs Fenced back. yard. Lowdown YU W471 evenings. DecSc SALE Semiautomatic Solon Elementary School Claw children would Bare Senior sponsor, f
lIP 11f. pa... .. payment. 533 W. Alverdez FOR Excellent 10-bank Monroe Calculator. :,.. Onion High School and Harlem not cause have ordinarily access: to: the mofaUaapparatus. and Mrs Lola Galaaslnl school r
fit Ave YU W741. trailer condition '15. Contact Academy aeoctary.Mr ..
.& n..n. Dede
: rooms .
The skin test
with' sided gives
Ilrl' E. R. Thomasson Sewing Machine
ate II lie New <** County *. Harriet Zauel presided r.
...... FOR SALE Three bedroom YU 2-3258. Uc Engineer. ito One or more student In three them this privilege.Dr. and welcomed the guests and .1 t
Repairs families bad a positive reactionto William F. Hill. Jr.. Hen- ,
house. 1300: down
no closing Elaine McConville: Homecoming .
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0lapr'leto" ... FOR FOR '
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SALE-Ga
cost*. Total price 15000. W. D. RKNT-fimaa house Fuiw heater, two 20- the skin test but authoritiesare dry County Health Officer Queen responded on behalfof I
IttUAND King. tie embed or' unfunlched, t3S lb. tanks, 23 feet copper pipe, SINGERSales quick to>> point out that such point out that some UmOlca the girls Each club member
per monta. See Mre. Sloan. 433 wall fittings. $35.00. Phone YU a reaction mean only that the may prefer to go to their own and each Senior wa introduced
-- FOR .SALE-Wjedroom house. E. Trinidad or' call a P. John- 24911. up Service person tested hat been exposed physician for the tuberculin: test : briefly by Mr. Cath .
H block: from elementary to the TB germ at some time-* .. I '
FOR SALE-ln good condition Parts Rentals The Initial tuberculin test w erine Brown ,J
school. SJwwn by appointmentonly. not that he baa contracted the administered In the schools during
200 AMP BPW history, club organization
welding machine, Brand
m ESTA![ fOf Sil, Phone YU M371. DeciDe j11-'uo I portable continental engine; machines new ea touch display!. and at sew disease.A the week of Nov. a under and Its aim were explained .i1

FOR SALE OR RENT- -bed. A' t burning torch. gauges, hoses ,CARITBER3 RADIO TV special clinic will be set up the sponsorship of the Tuberculosis by lire. Ruth Beardsley and ..j I
GWCATER THAN room cement block house In and other welding accesories, Glade Merchantlle Co. Auth- at the Hendry County Health and Respiratory Disease Mr. Evelyn Nash and summar- I t
I\'EII\ for basses. acreage; dewlston., GUI Belle Glade M8666 FOR SALE!: OR RZNT-10: 'x43 all for $600. See Henry Carver seized Singer agent U store Department office on Bond Association: of Browsed, Glades lied by Mra. Beryl Bowden. I

,. we hae eustonw $ for Information. tfc two bedroom how trailer. South Clewliton close to Baldrees every Saturday. Please call street. from S to 7 on Wednesday and Hendry Counties. Practically Miss Marjorle Daughtrey arranged "i
p.m.
2Ji Lilt your property: wjtfc Call YU 8-270. tfo Store. DecJp YU M441 or come In 101 100 per cent of the student the program. i
I. Beardsley. Ph. TO FOR Bond Street. Ito Dec. I to. give the family bodlea of the three schools received Appropriate Thanksgiving decoration :
a I. lie t : ( r" fOP RtH SALE iTwide Titan FOR SALE-A 50 gallon electric test*. All of the famnie an it were used. I
.. Trailer. 2-bedrooms. 175.W hot water heater. YU 25401.Ite. .
bedroom bouse. down take over payment Call ,j
l SALI-Z FOR RENT Two-bedroom YU 2-4064.
3 6 tr.Y/tord. YU MOM. Trailer. 125.00 weekly. Lights Uc SOUTH SIDE

tfoanxrr and water furnished. Phone YU FOR SALE MM Richardson :r NEW FRAME HONE HarlemMRS. Community News y :

us LOTS ON lAD 24064. tic house trailer SF Call YU 2- misc lIaneous Wante S 3 bedrooms I
1236.
for sale. .UM NQ. tic e 1S bathe 1
MI3 cIowD. Phone Lake FOR RENT Oae and two bed- lAND: 8. GAJADBACoreoatten Celored New Edits Phone YU 1-7831
e
{rams lIS room traders alto large ALTERATIONS-Hems and other fireplacecarport
tf. I I
pit SO 54635. shady" : City alteration done for you. e -
spaces.
lenr" mis elr f"o Safe Call YU 27521. e rrecram dent Council No. 1 How to build a closer
frameL No pets dewlston Trailer Park. r 2QU } Decl7c large front porch I
,)r 4-bedroom YU 9-266L e Coronation ..u,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, ISvt-CS Song (Falling In Love with relationship, between parent
\ 402 E. Ventura. Call tOo BABY SITTING IN MY HOME, utility buildlna This very Impressive ceremony Love) .. Chorus and teachers?
or YU REGISTERED: : OTROT TREES: : Mary Watton. Phone YU 2- ((18'x327I ) Duet Theme from "Samson
1\1.7391\ 24MLNor2IO, FOR PENT ODe kcdreeahouse. FOR was held Friday evening, No. 1 How can we help par
Phone YU 3-ttll. tie SALE-lteady to ... J. 1842. Dec10oBLUR : flood lights In the school gymnatorlum. and Dellah Clyde Blackmanand : enta to. tee the Importance of
M. Temliiwon, 0aIa. Fla. Fhoat .. Clara :Moore
urn B3TATK shrubbery Miss Harlem Academy MaryE. Joining our school Insurance?
FOR RENT Furnished o SITU tie Instrumental Solo __ Hawalan
apartment fruit trees EvaneAttendanta
A N ctMiHn No. 1 How
nf-tM, bedroom CBS eoav *. 824 Concord! Ave.. P R E-CHRISTMAS MSC! good construction Bernice: Sims Love Song .. Emille Johnson children'can we Improvethe
-, $9,000.pipt2 YU W6TS. Uc SPECIAL. Escort Jesse Tolbert Creative Dance Beverly Me learning expert
Electric guitar outfit o lots m-xiso- snow In the home?
: bedroosa frame, with 10
l FOR RENT One bedroom free lessons and music. $129.50. SONS PLASTERING.: additional lots Eater Kneads Escort William Ft London Lauderdale, Dillard Fl High. School No. 4 How can we get an Annual

;gUAGE p. : ai avaOeUe. Trailer. Not In trailer park. No money down. Holdrldge' Mu Very Best We rt- available B.rriaSweetM.rta Teacher of the year*_ Student fee for educational materials
Call YU 1-2443. tie sic. No. Francisco YU 2-4781. We Saw Yon Money Sbxnrn In the classroom?
,NEW 2-BEDROOM.: by.rypolnt.en Council Presentation
(JOB E. Gall Jackson Escort Eugene : No final
M frame home. Haiseeai THOMAS J. MIRE DeciDe Plastering.Simulated Stone t only. Lewis Solo "Some Enchanted Evening" but 'solution was reached,
Staceo-Free) Estimate many suggestion offered.
.Iii. SELLING OUT Appaloosa Licensed and Insured I.M.LANTTORDTHIS Leander Weekley. Escort Albert Mr. J. L. Morgan Because of the holiday, the
BOXES hi Broward.Pita TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS: or horses and Recessional
YEA ponies. K. R. Wick- 3830 Lara Pope next meeting win be held Monday I
Street
teach and Dade eomnto trailer space for rent. FairGrounds ben t. Phone YU 2-780 or see Fort Myer Fla. tie .. Doris Sims (Mis Senior) A. A. Thomas Principal night Dec. 14. 1904.Mr .
arms\ size and prises.MCI Trailer Park. Phone on SR 532. Clewtat n. the Escort Paul Jones *. Annie I
pirn***. M044.. toe ED 74171 or OX 4-8874 SPACE Vernita Ward (Miss Junior) Activities at Harita Aeademy president Mitchell ;, r
l4fIdeDdN\\rid FOR SALE Sectional living : Escort William A reading consultant visit 'J t i
(III lINT-J $ FoWiaCNTrMners MRS. EUSTACE: : i, ADAMS Henry .
bus u available. : IUd Trafl.er room suite with two tables FOR Annie Rose Dixon (Miss Sophomore the (011001. C1mrtli Newi "
OnrlMO vacant lets to. select paces. Royal Palm Trailer and two extra chairs. Also Dinette SLIP COVERS and mp .. Custom : ) ..M. Arthur Anderson Mr. Allen B. Delbert of Fort
for tH Tartou Park Phone YU 2-2(03. the suite and Kitchen Cabinet. mad*. Complete has el RENT Francine Hill (Miss GIN dub) Lauderdale, Fla, reading consultant :Mt. Calvary Baptist Rev L. '., I
M Hirpon\ Will sell cheap !In package deal. drapery and slip ewer fabrics _.Escort Leroy Poole was at Harlem Academy M. Kitchens, pastor 01
stai. Terms.I7b75RNT. FOR RENT Three bedroom Call YU 3-3431 before >:00 a m. Free tatlm.... CaD YU 2-5831. Althea Frtzler (Miss Homecoming November 18, 1964. Sunday School ...um....... -IU: ,I
AND INCOME: CBS house unfurnished. Call Ito Van Oodtera'i Custom Furniture ) 00_ Escort ._. Bernard Mr. Delbert discussed the Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. ;;I ,
PIOPERTY. YU 33901. DeclTc and Upholstery. tie HOUSE FOR Terry Traditional Sight Method and Evening Worship ___ 7 p.m.' ,
YdJ i FOR SALE-20 gauge Reining. The choir attended the Ana f
the Phonetic :Method of teaching
99 MONTHLY: RENTAL. .. 'FOR JlENT-J: 'and S room fur lipton Automatic 28" barrel _u Elizabeth Bobo _,.., (Student reading. From his discussion elation In Belle Glade, Saturday ,* I

Mi CBS construction, IZJ.OOi. mated apartment Phone J- Modified. Used less than 1 year SALE Council) Escort .. Jerome it was concluded that the evening. ., ,'
1271. tic Same new Can at Palm LoSt I AH I fDtQflr I I ; Klncade Sunday 1 i.
Nov.
UHG TEEM low Interest, see Phonetic :Method induce the pupils 29. the choir Is
km cine grove and ranch Motel. tic 5 Bedrooms two baths. Sylvia A. Summons (Mis N. to independent. and to. be sponsoring a musical tea, at the I'

BdplM, minimum' $50,000... .FOR bouses RENT furnished.- two, 2-bedroom See 'Mr. STUDENT MODEL Accordionwith LOST Black, white and brown Furnished on large lot H. A.) Escort: Willie Hum good spellers. During Mr. Delbertl' Recreational Center Friends .
LISTINGS NEEDED Beagle. Answers to name of pieties are Invited to attend The time $'
North of Sugarland. discussion he stated thatif .
V..Fielder, Hwy west of dew'Won. 6 free lessons. $49.50. No
J. .. LANKFORDIn DecSc money down. Holdridge Music i'Smoke,", About one year old. Perfect for Large Evelyn Johnson (Miss Band) pupil receive a good reading IsJ pro. Its! Estate Broker North Francisco, YU 24781. Call YU 3-3743. 1U) Family. .. Escort Joseph Mitchell foundation in the elementary Mrs. Emma: Dixon, .. '

M East Sugirland Highway FOR RENT Modem one bed- DeclOc Flower Girls Alice Janet grade of one through six, they reporter _
fin, Auto Nice neighorhood. Smith and Angela King will be able to and do
aad General _.._room apartment < $10,500.00 progress .
InsuranceMitogn Can YU M521. ALL 'MnH3 tv. USED: TVS Crown Bearer __? Howard L. effective work at they advanceIn New Bethel( A. M.. E. .. Rev. ..

< *. n. YUM1U Dec30IIBinessDirectory IC T S. Guaranteed 8U.S5 Display TERMS McKlre, Jr. and Ronald Me- grade and after leaving L. Holmes pastor .,. .
down nUt per month. LAKE: MlDian school. The Missionary Society la

APPLIANCE: CO YU 2-7151. tic Dade-Monroe Presiding Carolyn Pope and Mr. Coins, our supervisor, sponsoring" i program at the ',
Realty Lurena Black was In attendance during the church Sunday evening. A very ;Ii.,'
FOR SALE Parakeets, tlMn Prelude _____ Mire A. E. O. discussion. fin program hai been arrangedfor ?
I ,. Myaah 1 bird*, African lovebirds ClassifiedsFOR 301 W. SuQOfloadYU Thomas your entertainment :

monkey, cage, suypliea./ 3-2941 Crowning of Mis Harlem Academy Eeheee frem .the BghtB There will be out of' town }i..

Pet boarding Thoanasen WildAnimal _. Clyde Blackman, Stu- D. CUM guest present and all members t
I Farm Phone YUhon 21236. The Eighth B Class under are asked to come out and enJoy :."
'GOULD BROS. tft the the evening with u*. .1
JOHNSON sponsorship of Mis A. E. O. ,'
CARS, SALE Thomas and Mr. S. Humphrey Mrs. Grace Collins ; '\\1

.*. teal $13. See*. PAINT'STORE FOR GRAND SALE-A PIANO.Good Call SHULTZ OR 5- ACREAGE FOR SALE 1* working hard to. mat* the local president .

MhwporUttoo! fee.1fI1IIf AH ahunhnu Flerlda. ram clans outstanding on the cam ,,
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4562. LaBelle Fl* Nov26c: h.ikI; :
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SMney tVleenaed CaBtraetor kararednEtatSTOUTM and aereen ..... wilt 3 feed- pus The officer elected tor the ..Card ef
th. life of Miami FOR SALE or trade-Houseboat ..... trailer attacked.Oeeifaaey Been talking & thinking about buying term are) .* follows I wish to. express my sincere)

(Surfslde Six Adventurer) 38' late NeveaaVerer small tract of acreage? President .. Shirley Blackman thanks to the Women of Th. .. '
Iw FaOee Dealer arty B. ........ B"" T.Fkane for property. Give or take dif early December, Vice President Ralph B. Bin H. M. N. Club, for the surprise ::
ference. 13,905. See at Owls- COMnXTLY: nmNIBHBDCentaet : "We have just what you want" Secretary -. Mary Ann Cotton birthday party that was given .
UIIJHERSttlBiniB n 32111BOTTLED ton Marina, Clewiiton. Dec3c Assistant Secretary .. Deborah me recently. "' i
Williams I pry God's rich
I P R E-CHRISTMAS: SPECIAL. GREGESSER 20 ACRES -. Treasurer'' ..._. Linda Mattock: be. bestowed. upon each bl..inr.'j

BEITIOX> : Upright piano with 11 free YU 3-2921 Business\ Manager ___. Mettle of you /fain, I UT, "Tn.ank"f .\,, t "
1 approved credit cards GAS 1e.1OIII1c music. '1". No money Cleared Fenced Grass Planted Jones ReipectfuUy: ,
4'j
Welcome here. down. Holdrldge Music North Good Water ElectricityRoad Reporter Lizzie Robinson! Mrs Eddie J. Moody
.. DeclOc '
BId,. 108 AppliancesSalesService Francisco. YU 24781. :
Bond A
Bt. group of the class members t
-Asa YU 24441 FOR S LE-USED. RECONDI to property .., sponsored a social: at the Recreational ,
TIONED Frlgldalre washer HENDHY COUNTY WILL GROW ANYTHING '* Hall November C. For Johnson ''
W OverholTg POWER GAS'CORPORATION and dryers. Radish Electric. MOBILE HOME SALES the first six week, there were Cars ].; ,

H AILER Phone YU 2-1601 Nov26e Across from Post Office Price and terms are right. Also haveS five member of our class tomake State Road 831 SOB& a .

HEW and SALES FOR SALE Baby bed In very oa Ventura 25 90 640 acre tractsIf the honor-roll Most transportation: ion your

515 Central USED good condition and electric Large lectton of quo!. Convention Notes money this lids of MiamilJulia's !

1soneYU Avenue 318311VALDRON YU 33101BZNDET warm air heater In very good ity mobile homes at nosonable you really want to buy don't wait _The 40th Annual Session of the ,1. .

condition. Call YU 27724.NovMc prices. DO IT NOW !III! Klsslmmee Valley Everglade
SPECIAL Missionary Baptist Associationand '
C01DlT1'Title New 1965 Shield. Me* Women' Convention
STUDENT MODEL GUITAR was
&1 Abstract Co. with 4 free lessons. 137.50. No room, SCTxIir. $COO Down. DADE-MONROE REALTYYU held at the New Bethel Baptist Beauty Nook :
$9111 lherueePabIS. Church Belle Glade, Fla. Rev. FOB THAT NEW: _)
AND TttU AWtra -Title money down. Holdridje Music., PHone YU W031 LOOK ,,
GR0aRIr.8r. .. 3-2941 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. O. D. Williams,
elenstrepPbrut North Frandsco. YU 24781.DeclOc. $69.25 month pastor Nov. II Tinting. Ming Cutting NoAppointment
1 Dapeesflsg per thru 32Theme .
am to 1 -
p.1L : *, Friday and :
Bridge 5&. sad Fart Ave. "Facing the Crlsl
ISIIp.m. ........, .,.. P. O. Bex CMOlante with Christ" Saturday '
.. g-IUl_ Rev. L. Per bI_..... Cal Mill 1
Dan I Wick King, pastor Friendship .
Mr*. MU ...... neartetea-

- EvERy '1't1.SDATJ led by Baptist his wife Church and officer accompan and I :

Ie Iou, PIcnIcl!parr of Moment EVINRUDESales Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc. Church member: were of Friendship In attendance Baptist at Harlem Club ': ,"

!IDea Ean this convention. Favorite Mixed Drinks FriedChlckM \1
But of cImataa::: and Service Fbn. Hambuger

Beach P. T.The. A. N. and ether Sandwiches !
few and Used Helen Recorded Music i
ti *. regular meeting war held Popular :::1
MarbM Hardware .
OR Cattkl2lenR and AeesaaariasKaitae Complete Line of Monday night Nov. 23. 50,. and 50,.. W n WaBaeeHilton's 1,
Farts .
Before
the business session an Prele4.lssw ,
r Safety Bej. paaeat member 1 l II
hI urlll j 1 joined in a most In,

h,5' "ate mt rate. ..... YCieai WIll Building Materials teresting subject"The P. T. A..
A Torch That
list Lights. The Fu: ] Grocery \
R. WALDRON, turf For Our Children." ,
Oreearle, Fresh ''
Menlo 41@,
Theme "Inward ;
Land Bank Look at our v.CoJcI Drinks. X*., ." ,.
P. T. A. and School"Devotion : .
sentlal ttema .I',
1y
s' Wrtl.p. For prompt. Efficient was conducted by We appreciate your patron- I"a
the Rev. I* Holmes I ,..
Borne delivery For small Mr. D. B. Hill Introduced the Ira sad....Taaastea....
*eleeld Ililldyg OFTBX HUMI HERALD ,, large or Question for discussion. htttWIn

Call Bobby GidaMti '' concrete, jobs, our radio


Electric YUS-Utl controlled trucks will Elite Cafe and. Grocery f


55. A( Tampa Tribune deliver needs NEw LOCATION: (
Aped,,,,, your quickly Comer
,,, Getreethg a Tennessee and Fourth Streets

ej and and efficiently. Home Cooked ,it t
Pbe.e 2-UP! rood. Sandwiches, Cold Drinks Ca.d4a
Ft Myers Cooties and Ice Cream

M HEOCK'S News Press Exclusive Atmosphere ,
Service with a tale

wt y 8EtvlR Borne Delivery Don't forget to paresuw a CleW lton Ktin

a'AXl.aMm W. 0. CAMPBELL: Haiti Street Clewiston
Plane Mitt Call Yukon 24411 YUkon 2..7651IaSSIFIED

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a THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewllton Florida Tigers finish through said the season" Bundy the Rood a. the ur..tr.a: b

Thursday, November 28, 1984 Unsung heroes with acaron: They a:;:,
third in RidgeThe a great game
In final
commentary: Bundy Were the boy
ar Ckwlston Tigers finished praised Donnie Yoder, Billy plays day 10 and eke m

third In the Ridge Conference Davidson, Donnie Edwards, made the schedule day 0

w NOW ROLLING IN. I '" by; virtue of their 2-2 record behind David Carlton and Doug M II It wu, a.
'. J, ": '''iI.iii .\ ."\ ,, Avon Park and Arcadia.
i I\\ :" The winner will be determinedby
; ,ff, (
Iq \ [I ), .. > the outcome of the Avon GUITARS
1"
America's most
popular cats :' ) t Park-Sebrlng game which was
in ACCORDIONS
.' '" played Wednesday Bight

So place four order now for (delivery on the beautiful ""' :, ,::,>; ji Avon Avon Park Park I. riding an eight PIANOS

new kind of '65 Chevrolet tiutft right for void game winning streak following ORGANS

an opening loss to Lake Wales,
i i which was non-conference.: De- PHONOGRA
Soto (Arcadia) has a Sol conference No Money Down

'\ record, losing only to

: ; ',' :",' Avon Park. Should Sebrlsg upset Up to Two Years to pay
Avon Park Arcadia would
.I':" .,J'I' :, ,:' become co-champs.: A Red Devil HOLDRIDGE MUSIC

win will give a 4-0 conference: N. Francisco St. Clewiston
'lu record and undisputed cham YU 2'4T"IOBJER


., pionship. eTAilDISGS

All &*m**
'8$CfcmU Coup .. W L T
Impola Sport n. Avon Park a t 0
I I t
RONALD I HARE. 54, the first eon of an alumnae to be DeSot.B.brlna _._._. 4 4 I
'65 Chevrolet Impala It', lo rer, lower, wlder"7wth! comforts that'll have mAnrexpensIve graduated from Clewbton Ub school, Y ehown with hie father. Clewliton? __.__ I 4 e. !
ten feelinr a bIt envioUl, Ok.echob I I
'
Robert M. Hare 'J4 at the Homecoming football fame
.
c..,......
last week. Martha Han Toulta. Ronald's titter, graduated x a
W L T
from the ached la 5S.-8TAFF PHOTO Avon Park 1 0 1Desoto '
__-_ 1 t e YOUR
CI.wloton __ 3 1 0
ment at Okeechobee lebrl..c ___ I 1 0Ukeoehobeo
__ I 4 0
Tiger hoopsters Okeechobee, Belle r
Glade; Fahokee, ClewU-
ton Tigers. .

open here Dec. 4 Jan. 5-Okeechobee-Sebring Home Away (Continued from Page 1)) HONOR'!
r'
rslr / I. The Clewiiton Tigers will open -BeUe Glade Home "SeiuMweummary 1r

',,CtuteVi Madbu/ Super Sport Coup t their 1964-69 cage season at the IS-Lake Frostproof Placid Home'Away* Coach Joe Bundy summed up
High School Gym on Friday.Dec the season with mixed: emotions."We .
22-Arcadia Away You may have to appeal the COM We apj
It -with V8'e available that come on up 4. The varsity squad will had a good season ((84),
65 Chavella' Malibu
29Avon Park Home'30Belle too. to desire for
heron ui your good
be coached this by Ernie protection
arvloA
to 850 hp That' right-350. year ; but It could have been great
Hill, the "B" squad by; Joe Glade Away The boys paid the price through low cost plus the opportunity to place your pmn
Bundy and Fred Williams will Feb. Okeechobee Away the Belle Glade game then lost 'on a monthly budget If you desire. See us soonl.
4 supervise the Junior varsity Sebrlng Home' themselves In emotional and
team. 6-Cardlnal personal problems from which
Insurance
Game time will'be 6:30: for Newman Away they never completely: recover Beardsley-Nash Age]
the Ant game and 1:00: for the Frostproof Away* ed. We had no take charge
varsity game. Door admission 12-Lake Placid Home' leader after AI was hurt We Telephone TO l'lSelEo
will be 35c for students and 75c }S, 16, 17. 18, 19-Ridge had great material but lacked Sngsrland Highway
for adults. Conference Tournament the mental attitude to carry us t1e
Practice got underway'Monday
for the cagers and It was ..
too early for Coach Hill to makea
statement regarding the material -
'IS Ckttt U Nan 4-Door Sedan and the outlook


'65 Chevy II Nova It's the liveliest handsomest thing that ever fa'ppened to Dec. Everglades 3-Naples ,)j. Home Away; COME TO REDISH'S FOR THE BIG VALUED

thrift. Y8'a available with up to 800 hp. Everglades Away
11-Awn' Park Away
1*-Fort Myers Away
15-Arcadla Home
.;:. \', Mio 18-Cardinal '
dl Newman Home

28-29-Christmas Tourna- wM

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KM Corsair Corn Sport Crape m MM1AL KOTICK' TO BIDDKRI ----0,[ ),: O IT COSTS SO LITTLE

Mated. propo..". for the "ll 4 TO ENJOY SO MUCH
'65 Corvalr Corsa It's racier, It'. roomier-U's a Corvalr molution sill over palatine. of .H.ndrr CountyHchooli. ,
H.ndry County Flur."awill
again. With more rear-engine\ power.! b. r c..lv.4 by the H.nilrr. 1'aopIe' OwmMA.Va7IO.Xna
County Board of Public Iritruotlon. *
More to tee man to try fa the can more people buy for.. !::111. .p.m.*. Florida E.g.T., on ttooombor or be- *" On IU latau.l. RCAVICTOR1Vew Wst

Order a new Chevrolet CheteUe, Chevy II, Corsair or Cortefa now cd< your/ dealer't 10.th.y u..will. at which b. publicly tlm. and. .pam"place *****.*Wait /

and rad.Copl.i. otCeletTtM :
9-1891 of tb. Propo l. Con.
tract Docum.nti. and 8p.lflcatlon. COLOR TV
may b. obtained by ollclblo ImeuWTlaurtM ALL.CHANNEL
tl.n.ral Contractor trom th. offlc -
Chuck!' WenS Motor Co. Inc. of tko 8uprlntndmt of IS'M.CMMIOtec r47i''pnIoaRCAVICTOR)
LaB.Ua Pablo ,iln.truotlon Florida. ,, Courthou... 17a..... .

Each proposal mu.t bo accom

202 W. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. YUkon ,2-4501 tehler.by.Chock a Crtirtd or Bid Bond Cheek n..outs ..-, 159.95 Big Color TV In tmartly-ttyttd Con. _
.. by the Bldd.r and auntyCompany ALL-CHANNEL tolette cabinet at in Msy-to-buy
=
llcn0d to do bualnMi
In Florida In a sum equal I* flv. pricel. Thrill to unsurpassed natural People Own
(S) prc.nl *f th. amount of tbo PORTABLE TV 4 '
total bid. Th* Bond la r.qulr.4 I color on the glare-proof RCA High
The 65's Are a. a guarantee that It the Bid Tube. Improved New Tbalt
;
: Coming Again I II ......pt.d. a Contract will .b* FidelityColor
.ntrrid Into sad t". p.rformanc \' chassis (factory adJusted -
of It properly > .* Th* auoccaaful -'
bldd.r will. b* required ) and powerful New Vista VHF I6CxudW I
t* ...c..t. a Performane flood
and UHFTuners produce high level
....rl..C ant Including all labor wgA Wo*
and material Th. P.rformne.Bond a cf performance! In color and black-
shall b* written In th. '
o amount of on. hundred parent' ;R and-white, even from many hard-to-
0 (100%,) of the Contract .'I"e." set stations. Stitlc-fr "Gold.nPro'tO
x NO BIDDER MAY WITH- *ZJt
DRAW. BID .submitted tor. O d.
p.rlod of thirty' All day after GMCOI a
the da. oet for the opening of I
:
\ urh Bid. d gY a. ..
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,71 THB OWNER REaERVE8 TAD Th1 aalllY
RIOHT to rebel any and or all 39995RCA Or
Bids and to walr. Informalities Yet OMiwN.a 11 .p a
therein. aM.elapkas.

All Our New 64's Must Go 't\ Chairman By lion Board JOB of M.,Public HALL In.truc-. RCA VICTOR 69.95


Hendrr County, Florida TOTAL SOUNDSTEREO

:* have Up To $1,000 ATTEST'Carl 8up.rlnt the U.Board.Horn.by;ndent of and I'ubllo Btcretaryto ln.truntloa VICTOR %Screen

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HenylCouaty., riorlda ALL-CHANNBL. TELEVISION

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f.;; ': 3-NEW '64 CHEVROLET ,Th. Board'of County Commla- 1c06. \ u[D)tJ m: I All-channel VHF (B to 13)) and UHF

i alon.r. will r.c.lir.. pall bid \ (04 to 13)) viewing pleasure In i be
until 11:08: a.m. December S, 1114 UoreTeopleOwa
for nrfaoa tNotm..t of .... I I Culling Danish-styled compact Con-
I t mullb. and Ire root ot ost..olollot soiling aCAVlCTORThan
Demonstrators 11..11 loo.t.cI nor H.ok.rspolnt p1Lf1 0(0( D Powerful New Vista Tuners
at CUwliton. Florida. ,{ provide unexcelled picture-pulling Any Olio,T.loyliloiuKaadWnlle
'" In J.tall4 the office apMilflcatloni of CI.... of on Circuit file power New Vista 24SOO-volt Chassis
1-PONTIAC CATALINA VISTA Court In LaB.Ho. Florid.' (design )
Loaded with Extra delivers pictures
Th. Board ....1''... the right \\JffiUlffi0! that avenge 38
are o tColos*
to .toot( any and all bids, and : and sharply de
to award the contract t. tb. tailed on the new RCA tinted Pa -. =4
1-IMPALA CHEVROLET 4-DOOR boot Intere.t of Hendry Caunty.HARVARD as
I Air-Conditioned 0. PAKK1N'BON. '
Chairman

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1 KHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE Lady Driver .
t HOTICB or Ai tiAL NrmioI
) ULAN"LA"OOWNr.KI DHAlVAUB or ni BI0TO\THICT 23.r..i..ne d sg3
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: Notice I* .hereby ctv.. that.pnnuant .
i t* call of th. Board ..fupervl.ors THE MOST TRUSTED NAME ELECTRONICS
; \ Low GMAC TermsSmall $ District of Dl.ton, and In lilandDralnat aeeordanc !

with Chapter Its Florida
,,,.tut... 1141 and lowAmndalory "We
th.r.to. th* annual Th* riNUNOIA Service What We Sell"
j I Down Payment-Up to 36 Months Financing meting ton bland of Dralnav.La..do".rl Plitrlot Dls-forth vrniswinMwtfsta

it roar' ..... will b* baud. la tho
Courtroom of th. Courth.oio ofGlad.
f' M.......* Haven County, .,Floridan!I. the. Cite Wed.aesdoy of. -
} Hurry Hurry Hurry Dombr 1. 1114 at lie: REDISElectric
i, t o'clock Btandard In Time th. morning for the Ka: .pur-t.rB STEREO

pose 1. oft Electingone eup.r
; "Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Inc.CLEYVISTON'S .. fill the Electing term the nn.iplred of on.three 8up.(rlor S t.) .year.. .to( Records are handled with extra

i 1. RooelTln Mr. Frank. annual Ii:. Conkllnc.report care,played with exciting tonal fl. I Co.
Iff dotty on the Studiomatic
and taking; rack actl.a with changer
.' J PC ONLY AUTHORIZED th.rtto land Deluxe
S r.ipect th
t 0".... may ..a...... .*. fM-AM-FM Stereo radio..
; VmyiBff CHEVROLET PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE DEALER 4. Tranaactlnn I e .. h eta.rbu.lma Six speakers reproduce virtually
1 a. may properly detail
every of the
original
... per.
J com before the .tln.
I Board of .upr> .f forrnince.: Dual Channel Amplifier 116 South Bond Street
II, Phone YU 2-4501 Sugarland Hwy. Clewist Dlmtntshad: : pralaace' with( 15 Wilts peak pew q< watts

Byi Clarenc W Knchk EtA standard). Phone YU
2.1601
I I ) OPEN_ EVENINGS UNTIL ItOO CM-It.Praolcleat Clewiston, FlonjPal

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