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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 3T NUMBER 49 CLEfaSTON FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER!: : S,. 196*Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. S45.3, P.M. Subscription t4.00 year ; y'

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Candlelight Tea


tomorrow nightThe Chamber adopts :

annual Candlelight Tea .
which ushers in the Christmas .
season will be presented In 1
the new recreation building of e Y"r '

Church the Community tomorrow (Friday Presbyterian) evenlng -: $9,570 budget.

at S o'clock. i----

MM i. D. McDavld and Mrs. -
Ted Gallo are in charge of the Clumber of Commerce director Expenditure.

.t program which' will Include approved a list of 43 new Salaries -__. "d
Christmas music, songs and member, presented by J. E. Stationery eta .?."_??. 250. .'t'
presentations Beardsley, chairman of the Telephone & telegrams 115. "

The Candlelight Tea has be.come membership committee at the Postage ____ 300.
r "! \.Dr"-----.. a tradition in Clewiston. December meeting Tuesday at Building expense 250.
SITE THE AWKWARD APPEARANCE lear was damaged In a takeoff In the Ererglade and the entire community JoinsIn the dewiston Inn. These 43 Yard expense; 200. :
suffered only minor datoage *. The plane .U the beauty of the Christmas have enrolled since the November Advertising -....".,.- 4,185.
owned
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16e" Airport ''after the landing Jerry and war piloted by season as it is unfolded through meeting The director approved Dues AsMSimenU 500. "
Clewlston Betts.-6TAfT
, & ( PHOTO song and story. holding the membership Miscellaneous _... ..,." 200.' ,
The completion: of the new sv directory open until December Air conditioner .- ,_ 400. :
recreation hall will given a larger 15th In an effort to enroll as Furniture -,.,.....?._ 300. .
space for the event this year, many members as possible before I" i

bad day for and the ladles of the church are its printing Total expenditure .. $9570.
friday
pilots Issuing a cordial Invitation to The Chamber adopted a budget Anticipated esahcarryover

the community. A silver offerIng ti.Id71T.E. of $9,570 for the current: fiscal ,.-..-_..,.,.,. .1154.46Hen
will be received at the door year Swayne. budget committee ;

the I3th how plane over. Betts continued The tea will be the first event This calls for Increase In chairman,. presented the "
by j> ass not ; backto en brace and an I
was flying again held In the ,
new recreation building
proposed budget, which war discussed ;
I ill sa extremely lucky Clewlston where be informed before lunch revenue over the ".375. received
judy day for two of dew- attendant at the airport of his The same afternoon, Tony last year and President Car la detail. 1. I IRo.a ,
dual pilots. Jerry BetUajToulii plight before coming In for a Toulls, piloting Jimmy Cock. roll Benson pointed to the Increased LaByer asked if the
Chamber
could promote n
e.tab'I
- Involved In sep landing : membership fees already
rill's Cub
misjudged his
landing lishment of overnight camping:
mishap After Betts cut his motor he approach in the 'Glades and Seven hurt in The paid.budget for this In facilities for trailer travelers, I ,
7 Jem was taking off In glided Id for a perfect landing flipped the plane over on its detail. Is as follows I year since such camping tour and ;
"M Cut) from a tamping with the damaged wheel foldingup back. He was accompanied by trips have become Increasingly ,
Cash on hand _.. .......12.124.48Member.hlp ;
GIRL BIG DEEAMS-Valerte Button b I only few >
and under the Harry Vaughn, Jr and neither accidentA
dewlston plane in
auto
rely of making a feet ___ 4100. popular recent years S. C. ., ,
which cushion for the were Injured but the does some terlous thktUnc at this time of year. A girt ?-
I1 myrtle! stump plane. The plane Fry Chamber' representativeon ,
City adv. fund _,...,.1500.
.i boding gear brae. on was so skillfully handled, that Saturday morning, a group of Clewiston mother and her ahouHnt make a snap decision on neh an. Important matter County adv fund __.... 2000. recreation committee In the
A dde of his plane. He the fabric was not damaged underneath men flipped the plan back two children were Injured In an M what the bewluokered benefactor should bring en Christina area, described the proposedareas

Wually airborne and the the plane nor the wingtip over pulled it out of the flag- automobile accident In which a dordng.-BTAFF'HOTO. Total income: 9.72,4.43 on which the committee
ni not enough to flip the The motor bad stopped in pond and replaced a' damaged total of seven persons were hurt have been working for the past
a horozlnal position and the wing strut CockrlU flew the late Sunday afternoon on US. two years He believe duringthe
prop wa not damaged either. plane out after a careful: examination 27 north of Moore Haven coming year some of the ;

agar experts Saturday revealed that it too Mrs John Black and her children : Hendry heads golfing groupder plans can: be brought to fruition .' ,
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A ,
camping area between the
was not damaged Gall, S, and Steven, 6, of !
513 East Avenlda Del Rio, Joe M. Hendry was elected rison presided at the dinner the name Clewlston Golf State Road Department Wayside .r ..j ,
[tend seminar Clewlston were released from president of the Clewiston Golf meeting and announced the Winners Course, Inc and will operate Park and the levee at Clew '4 '
lston Is
the Hendry General Hospital on Course Inc. at a meeting of the of a tournament held during under the auspice of this con being prepared by plac'I
Senator tells Tuesday after having been membership held at the Glades the day. First prize in the poration, which: has a management log flU in the ditches surrounding {; '
) wgarcane specialist the park to give the
Friday treated for laceration and Restaurant Pit Room on Sunday pair competition was won by contract with the city. camping
tit u.s. Sugar Corpora. area occupants) access to .:'\
bruises
night Carl Redlsh and Letty McCon The Clewiston Country Club will
participating today In the facilities of the
Robert Eugene Bailey of Bra- Warren L. Howell was named ville. There was a three-way tie occupy: : the building now being WaysidePark
rune symposium beingt denton, driver of the other car and HarryVaughn lor second among Sidney Crochet constructed adjacent to the pro A camping site where SR .., '
,t the annual of vice president 832
meeting : L-l canal
crosses couth of
problems of legislature involved, his wife and two children Jr, secretary-treasur : and Evelyn Vaughn; Jack shop and will be operated by a i
4 and
Crop Science SoTlorlda Clewlston is) also In the planning
received less serious Injuries erFour new names were add Redlsh and Frances, Nail and separate corporation and ill
< In Palm Beach.irdDoty stage Fry said another waterfront
Tommy Weathers and Ruby separate? board of director.
ed to the Board of Director:
will
discuss M park for camping: at Clew
Determination' and Trooper Ernest Hllllard, who Vaughn, Dr. Ed McConville, Mclntyre. lston will be
Jo- The Ladles Day Tournamenton located either west
Reapportionment looms as the as small county: voters are more investigated the accident, laid which
Charles E. Miner and Charles The golf operation Include
eaten! will talk of the culvert
on "Har- Friday match play against at Clewiston or !
largest problem facing Floridaat conservative and uphold Supreme that Mrs Black: drove her station WleseafeldOutgoing the course and shop E
M. pro
{ lid Handling" on the par was won by France Nail near S77. the pumping station '
this time, said Senator Elmer Court decision a* rulings wagon from State Road 71 been
.President Earl Mor haa now incorporated un-
41OEsmShatb being with Naomi Stockman: second (Continued en Pace I)
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Friday, ipeakiBg-to Rotarians xxn'lh, constitutionality-of onto U 8: 17 and was struck 'b1 ?
W by Dr. Joseph Or Monday However there a question, rather than an Inter the Bailey car which kidded and Nell Parkinson'' third. '

Everglades sisoclate horticulturist Experiment 1 Ia no immediate solution to this pretation which amounts to legislation 45 feet before making contact Plans underway for annual Tomorrow there will be a., Sun's second well
1 perplexing situation, he explained. Steven, who was In the Tear scramble tournament to be followed .
The "Great Society", of whichwe of the station wagon was by the regular monthly-

torn delation this of sugarcane "We do not know if we are a beard so much during the thrown to the pavement through crush of Christmas mailPlana meeting and luncheon of the
<* the discussions area are on legislature or not Since the Democratic convention: is a crusade the rear window. OaiL in the ladles' group.Erwin gets through rockLarco
which U.s. Supreme Court has ruled for the government to takeover center of the car: and Mr.
GIlder, such subject ash that the system upon which our all decisions for Its citizens Black wearing a teat belt lathe are underway for the Drilling Co. has mad '
. ud fertilizers! diseases, legislature wan established and "soon the Great Society driver's seat remained In Christmas man rush speaks to progress on Sun Oil's Collier .l'
management, laraatode ha been elected and operatedall ) will be telling u* where to work, the car. Clewlston Postmaster A. W 1A well near Felda during the '
iroL rodent and of these years 1 is unconstitutional what to do, what to eat, whatto The Bailey ear war traveling Sill says that each year the chiropractors past week, and were down to
Byproduct utill- west about mile out of Moor mall heavier but that ado
be saidThe a get
dIG we do not known what wear 4.000 feet early this week. The r
will be considered. the status Is When we get to Senator said other problems Haven when the crash occurred.It quate steps will be taken to bane Walter Erwin, geologist for strata of hard rock which ha
Tallahassee we get to Tallahassee facing Florida will also be was 5:10 p.m. Mr. Black wa the flow whatever It the Sun Oil Company was the plagued the crew appeared to
UTHER 1EPORT this reapportionment great "In the next six yearswe charged with failure to yield may be featured speaker at a regular be penetrated early Sunday and
stores and rainfall for problem-s will be our biggest must double the capacity of the right of w.y.Hunnicutt. Slat says that'although he baa meeting of the Trl-County Chiropractic the drill has made progress

soar Periods ending at I tank he added. our university system to take no breakdown specifically for Society on Tuesday evening since that time. i
in* dates the Christmas the an- at the Pit Room of the
indicated: care: of the enrollment', be said season The rock had forced abandonment
MIst and Low Rainfall Senator Friday expressed a There 'are other tremendous nual Increase: for 1964 a large Glades Restaurant of Collier No. 1 well and
Tempi lawyer' natural disdain for appointment problems of roads and financingand startsreappraisal part of which I I. concerned with r, Erwin told of the trial of the crew moved the rig 110 feet
7741 .12 of Supreme Court keeping our growth apace Chsiatmaeisixp.ct.dtoamount ttiSEPARATION searching for oil and of the success to start Collier No 1-A. only to
1 7 .6 A Justice* on any basis other than with that of our population.Dr. workWork to six or seven per cent : that crowned: the effort of be again plagued by rock at the y.;:'
1 '7W8 I7W9 -or somewhere in the neighborhood his company at Felda, where a ,
knowledge and love and devotion I* G Vaughan presidedat same apuroxlmate depth. ;
I J to constitutional law. He the meeting Included in on the reappraisal of 'of 75.000 piece of outgoing profitable well 1, now flowing. Walter L. Irwin Sun Oil geologist II

61.66 ,.02 pointed out that urban area voters guests were Ben Dixon Okee- property in Hendry county UDder mail. No record are kepton Dr. M. C. Herring of Clewls said cement: casing: 1* '
W48 D lean strongly to the liberalin chobee. L. G. Vaughan Sr. and a contract with Hunnicutt Incoming mall. ton was elected president of the being set la the hole at that ley. li
I9-M 0 government and laws where- W. C. Davis, of Morgan, Ga. and Associates, Inc: St. Pew,.- There are no plan for In- organization for the coming el a* a protective measure
burg, was begun this week. creating: the clerk: and carrier year; Dr. Sidney Broughton of against "losln, the hold".
David S": Walls representativeof staff with outside help but regular Naples, vice president and Dr. Meanwhile Red Cattle No.1"'

Jrtin adds record the firm is making a surveyof and substitute employee Richard Saunders of Port Char.. well at relda 1 Js pumping awayat
another win
to the business properties! In will.work overtime a* required ( BANDS are domenotrated lotte secretary-treasurer. 343 barrel of oil per day; J
Clewlston a* the start of the big sometimes a* much a* 12 by Postmaster A. It was announced that the the company: hope to adjustthe
! undertaking The q u t Ions hour a day. W. Was a* the Chrtstmae rashappreaobee. next meeting of the society pumping loan approximate
artln, who has won so was flying at 10348 miles per car does have a 1955 body and which he poses to business The postmaster hesitate to "Local" and "..- would be held In Fort Myers on 300 barrels per day Lets than
,Shies for drag racing hour when he crossed the finish chassis but lift up the hood and owner or operator relate to set a firm schedule for window .f.t wa.. letters and cards are Dec. 26 at a place to be designated one percent of water .U brought
IIIrI them for door line. The drag race Is from a you see a jewel of an engine the time of construction, the service but say that should It bandied together with the bands, later. up said Irwin ':
and Mother victory to standing start. with four carburetors: an afterburner type of construction the extentof become prudent to keep the thee catting down on the tameaeee.eacy ,
I recently He.won the The race was won at the and other shining gadgets plumbing and ceramic til* postofflce open on Wednesdayand to get the mal en Me 1
tote Championship la Ninth' Annual Official Florida that confuse one used to the Installations. Size of the bufldIng Saturday afternoon this) way.-*TAFF PHOTO.
J.Gas Class'in a meet Championship Drags sponsoredby old Motel T. are obtained by actual will be done. He feels quite sure fit.
the Fraternal Order of Police The basic engine without measurement. this will be necessary on Wed
*0110.1 Is! Parts manager at ,Masters Field, Miami. adornments came from a 1957 Map making and other paperwork nesday Dec. 15 and Saturday, Lake publisher
Wells Motor Com- The event' 1 is accredited by the Chevy the four-speed transmission are already underway and Dec. 19
A l s hybrid, 1OUped.t National Hot Rod Association. from a 1962 Corvette the Mr. Walls said the reappraisal The postofflce: ha four regular

Over the One.QU.O.e. Martin drove what look likea rear end from another Corvetteof Job will be continued steadily clerk and two substitute receives honorLuther
I strip In 13.5 seconds newly painted 1955 Chevrolet, recent vintage The engine until completion. He expect to clerul; one regular city: carrier
.tale.t honor and b* but look are deceiving. TII.1ls'rOX'S has a 538 ratio which mean start on residential ares in and 'one substitute city carrier
that everytiro the engine turnsa dewlston about December 15th. two rural carrier and one starroute Jones publisher of the j
complete cycle the rear end carrier, (Big Cypress Belle Glade Herald war honored ;
turns 5.38 cycle area). by the Chamber of Commerce
Martin who has been racing The five rural station*-Ben* : of his home town a*
since 1955. has garnered more Teach your children bow Rltta.. South Shore Harlem Man of the Year" for 1864. I' Gn t
than 140 trophies about half of and Big Cypress) may hire Announcement was made at the
which adorn one wall of hU living traffic safety extra help If the load gets too annual meeting of the Chamber
room. There are not enough heavy for the regular staff. lat week
doors in the home to utilize During December: parcels win Mr. Jones' service to his com
tot them all for doontops. be delivered on a sIx-da, a munity bas been extended
i Martin has always had a yen week basis Instead of the nor through the medium of the
for mechanical things and a WMR mal five newspaper and also In his workas
rm conversation with him Is likely The Thanksgiving holiday 1* real estate broker and developer
the ideal time for and through his
to lead in an engineering realm making plan membership
where the ordinary mortal get that will ease the problem of In the State Chamber of
the Christmas Else Commerce and in various
Cta drag racing rush says.He other -
two
has
1rS.sL.7 rRSIIVIf; lost. He
both of which be built him offers the following check'list civic: capacities.:
cars,
) ; llE' self. They may not have the latest : In the summer of 1963 Mr.
Jones was a member of Florida
in body ]lute but they can: (Continued on Page Eight) group of agriculturist a who

burn up a track. visited behind the Iron
CurtainIn
knack to drag racing.
There 1* a
It is not Justcase Europe touring Russia and
Martin ay*
of clomping on the accelerator Present, CantataThe several of the Communist satel Inter Ceonty Telephone Company: Installed its M.000th .....
a : when the flag lJ drop a aDARK lite countries. phone last week for the new Bat 0II1I Mflee *4 LelDgh Acres.

ped. The idea is to achieve "Sufarland Singers" will President J. N. Johnson of Inter County: hand the nceirer W
great initial speed without too present th cantata "Night of' LIONS( DIRECTORS this phone to Sun Oil's reolof M Walter L. Enrla. Seven menthe "
of the tire Miracle by John Peterson at On Monday. Dec:. 7. an Lion are tae
much slippage company': 1O.IOOtIa
phone went faa
at
Naples/ and las
treadle and a Christmas concert to be glyen dub directors are asked to attend
.elI. DUO CHAMP Boy Ha. lands beside tire that are wide u ordW at the First Methodist Churchon the monthly director mootIng week the 11MOU pluoe fa the Naplee dentate wa* Installed 1

tar 1r\Us\ which he wen a Florida elan ehamp4o about tires twice; a* City of Clewiston Sunday, Dec. 13 at I pm. Item on the agenda are !. a Seminole .We..... .Bach t* the growth and the divine to.tereeU .
mat
ra..*, II Miami. nary will The Ministerial Association U Christmas tree sales faf the Soathweos Florida aerrlee
4 From a standing atari, be ae- The next test for Martin Santa' area by: btor-Cetmty.
lee lie nail..ped.q wehele te IOU' miles per boar fa the com Dec 6 at the Fort Myer Police Department sponsoring this program. AH visit and Cartoon Day for the Johneoa expects) the company U reach 1M.MO phone U late
key N the icing strb* STATT PHOTO. Quarter MIlers meet denomination are Invited. children of Clewlston. IMS or early 1M4.p I

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drew much attention. Watercolors transfer recordsM. 30. 31, 32, a
TWO THE LEWISTON NEWS dewis'.on, Florida of Recent realty Township ano 11'1
and oils In a variety t7 Rae ,
Thursday, December S, ,1061 It's history now. iabject:. including Florida l i R. and Frankye Thomas to stamps Agnes McDan.: fin y. 7
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scenes and bird life were George E Curtis and Mabel' U.S. Sugar Corp. tq Wm. R. TWP 45. Range 14

shown. Curtis, Lots 15 to 19 Park Place. and Cary J. Holmes, lots 15-16, Gadson HuU lIu
THE CLEWISTON NEWS THIRTY TEARS AGO stopped In a move to conserve Florida 6th district Congressman Goodno Sub city of LaBelle. block: U. Clewiston, ".to state, 1. Hull aDd wto .an
(From Clewtaton New, lake water. Dwight Rogers died of a State stamps 30c. and 2.20 federal stamps Taylor and bU.baoo
December 7, 1954)) 80C of the county taxes were heart attack In Fort Lauderdale M. Rott- Kendall Construction Taylor to Sun Q.
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Owliton Henco Inc to Alma Co. to J. and
Florida, by The Oewiston News, Inc., a Florida CorporaUoaEntered The News reported that $91.- reported paid during November shortly! after completingan ner Lot 45, Midway Acres, Sheet D. Quinton and wife, Mary, lots 20, Township 45 Itange
i' 705 had been spent for constructing G. R. Beater and Miss Diane address before a group of 1, 2H acres, state stamps 17.80, 18-17. block 195, dewlston, state ) ins h
\ as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the new' buildings In dew- Johnson were married in Orand Jaycees In the Municipal Auditorium federal $2.75.Theron stamps 150.70 federal, 118.70. SffMaryjoSmJth Ou o
Poet Office In Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of Iston during the first 11 monthsof Marais Minn. and Velma Herring toW Calvin and Ruthla Johnson to a

I March 3. 1879. 1934.J. The painting of Mrs W. N, The David Twlddys werehome D. and Mary King Lot 6, George Banks and Battle Mae Cough
I W. Scott sold the Union Martin were exhibited In the from Daytona. Beach for Block 369, dewUton state, SIO.- Banks, lot 13, block "O" Harlem Leandroh. her busban
OPID4 NATIONAL EDITORIAL Hotel to L. R. Waring of Lakeland Clewiston Public Library, and a visit with home folks 50. federal, $3.85. state stamps OOc federal Calif. tract of

A S C pJTI N10ae (It later became known U.S. Sugar Corp. to H. C stamps 55e.Various See 21. IRu. .29.
: as George Guest House.) A. C.
51El.t the Langston, Jr., Lots 18-17, Block gas, on and mineral Henclr1 .da
M. H. Crouch purchased and
J .m u im Collier
federal 12.20.
Clewiston, lease to
CIIo Gewlston Drug Co. from C. E. 136 Hendry county land c
y Paul state, $5.10.Alice recorded In the office of Clerk bbTight retired
Miner. He announced
Rates M.OO
0 Subscription per year of
Bailey Grant to
Lynn of Circuit Court, LaBelle, during w.s)
use (Return Postage Guaranteed) ,Ewing would continue as man approJdm.te17> 175
cz. tractIn
LonnIe Crews, 300x265 foot the past month Include the OUCo.IT. acres
'rO\\, BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher ager.Emmett Shelly defeated Kit Sec 5-433 29-E. In LaBelle,, following:

S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor Bowden 5 down to win the annual .rj h cfa" {tr state $12. federal (4.40. Lucila Adele Tatum of Dade .
Telephone: Justness and Editorial. 'YUkon 9-1201 handicap golf tourney at W P. Andrews to Mary Lou County to Charles E. and FETEXSCTC t

Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves the Clewiston Golf dub. Booth. 12x137 foot strip on westside Frances Shepherd of ,Buena CB

the right to reject any objectional advertisement! Clewiston Lego Post 93 entertained of Main street LaBelle. SOc Park, California 80 acres In B... Richard Belle Clad
THB NEWS iMumM BO wponrtblllty for tea r.tura of ..eeollcItea delegates from II Legion state. See 1 R 1i :30 .
mMKUcrlpU or photograph Posts at s quarterly con : U.S. Sugar Corp. to Doyle and J. W. McDanlel, Inc. to Sun .m. Sunday Sell
THE: NEWS: mums m nunolal rMpoailbllKr for ty ''a : 20-21 block 10:30 am. Divine

crapb1aaJ .rare or 00..110. I. .rUt. but It uoUfl.d ference. Laurene Worth, lots : on Co., Sections I, 3, S. 7, I, U. 1:00 Wor
.r.etly, Duob that.rrere part before of the&b..rU..m..t sect....u. 0'I.Q..wbloI. popor lb..rror.W reprint occurred.le nor.. 195. $1.65.Clewiston, state $3.60 federal 13_ 15, 11, 19, 21. 23, 25, 27. 29, perm dais Wednesday
ol.m.ot would render tll. 00.-10. "Iu.
.1..lb..nt. the N....a.will time"" ..e. tll. pride of the .....rUMmo.t by.. TWENTY TEAKS AGO U.S. Sugar Corp. to Clyde and
mount equ.1 to th. ptrerauc\ of lh. total .IPM .. the area- (From ClewMea' News, Elizabeth Hatfield. lots 5, 8, 7.

MII or onltt4 copy nprmawd. December 1, 1'") 8, block 392, Clewiston, 12.
ClewistonChurch
R. T. Vaughn production superintendent state.W. .
of US. Sugar Corporation P. Andrews to Robert E.
announced: 'that the and Thelma Riggs. 137x121 feet
Where do we stand? sugar house employees had SPECKS ARE KTJNNINO-It .....t take long to bring m of land on W. side main street
signed up 100%: for payroll deduction the limit ef speckled perch from Lake Okeechobee tbeee days. LaBelle. Director

which plan in purchase of war W. a. Green' ef Fort Landerdale went eat from the Jolly Roter -. R. E. Kreidler and wife,
Senator Elmer Friday sounded a clarion call bonds. A Minute Man flag was Pearl, to W. D. Holland and
flab amp with Us wife last week and ill a little more than
should reach the minds and hearts of every American when dedicated to honor Lt Claude wife, Mona, 29.27 acres In See
h. posed the question. 'Where do we stand?" In his talk Hawkins a former employee, three hears they caught M. Only part of the eaten b shown 7-44-33. 9.80 federal stamps COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN' ST.. MARGARETS

to Rotarians Monday. Friday first referred to the dilemma killed while piloting a B-lt over here they having ran' eat of spike to hang them asSTAFF 26.40, state stamps. 47 Royal Palm Arcane Father Robert A. ;
Court Berlin. FIIOTO. Julia Burden, Ctewlston, to Henry H. Fad Minister
of the Florida legislature under the U. S. Supreme 8:00 '.m. &: 7:00
,
Capt. Jonah Goodbread 27, LaBelle lots 9-10 p.m
OdeU Woodeth. ,
ruling when he asked the question.The 9:45: a.nu-Sunday School Ih...
received his 5th Oak Leaf Ouster block: A, Sunset Park, LaBelle. 11:00 a.nx-Morning Worship 7:00
Supreme Court has ruled invalid any method to Air Medal at a reconnaissance : Joe Rose and wife Roxie, to 1:00 p.m.-W.KmIDI..I'ellcnr. 7:00: a.m.-Dilly Weeltda

other than strict population, as the basis for electing mem- base In England. e sonny sez. Charlie Carter, lots 25, 26, 27, ship. : ajn.-Firit FrldajCHKBTIA
bers of legislative bodies. Every Florida law-maker, duly ISO Jamaican laborers, employed block: C, Sunset Park. Wednesday! un -

elected by the people, as well as the county .governments; by V.S. Sugar Corp. Graybar Realty and Mortgage 7:30 p.DX Choir Practice. 201 N. Francis!*
and the citizens themselves ask the question: In viewof staged a alt down strike In violation Co. to Norman S. Spencer an I
can
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bad for Each about this time, we J. Goodrich. _
of their contract, and Friday was a day a year MU
the Supreme Court ruling! where do WE stand? Irregular tract of land la section
were returned to Jamaica couple oft' Oewiston pilots .and see and bear of the many plans JUST METHODIST CHURCH 10:00: a.m.-Blbl School:
It is well to take a look at the brink on which we are Fr. Timothy Geary was transferred for shopping trips out of town. 44429. SU W. Oaoeela Awme 11:00: a.m.-Communion
standing and If It not be too late, to turn away from it. to Stuart and was honor Saturday lucky proved for to two'be exceptionally 'plane Many times the shoppers returnto U.S. Sugar Corp. to :Mary. L. Rev David Denalow Pastor Worship Sen

For we stand on the brink of losing our rights to the central guest at a reception given by owners find Just what they wanted in Cortez. lot ,4. block 384, Clewis 1:49: am.-Church School T:30 p.m.-Communion
government. and It Is not a pleasant outlook. parishioners of St. Margaret's a local store.Certainly ton. 1.10 federal, 82,40 state 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. Worship Be

The Supreme Court has in recent years whittled away Church. Jerry Belts of Glades Roofing there are many 7:00: p.m.-Methodist YouthFellowship. Wednesday:

.at our rights and has usurped unto itself more and more walked away from a landing items that are not available in 7:30: p.m.-BIble Study.
that could have in service
Friday night
TEN TEARS AGO Clewiston and it would be foolish Boys
The federal government Is sticking its nose Into
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powers. been deadly. AI It turned out P
(From Ctowfatoa News to Imply such. However local CHURCH CHRIST
our everyday life and telling us more and more, what we his plane received only minor COHHVNm rEVTEC
December Z. 1'") merchants have a wide selection USS CAPRICORNUS (FHTNC) JOt South Central ATOM
can and cannot do: how to conduct our business; what to Lake Okeechobee level stoodat damage in the skilfully executed of gifts that are suitablefor Thomas J. Adams Jr., boiler- J. J. Sullivan, Minister. BOUNBSSSouth CRCL
pay our employees where to sell and what to sell and 14.4 feet and discharge was forced landing at the. cityairport. every member of the fame man first class USN. son of Clewtitoa

how much to selL The court is. telling us how to elect our ily. Before you plan that out of Mr. and Mrs Thomas J. Adams ,Eundayt 10:00 un.-B1ble School. Rev. J. R. Taylor Ft1
officials. Jimmy CockrUl l was also fortunate town Jaunt why not shop Sr. of Route 1, Clewiston, Fla., 10:00: a.m.-Sunday j Sd:

Friday quoted a Wall Street Journal editorial, "Slavesof plant supportHere as his plane was flipped) Oewiston stores first thenIf returned to Norfolk. Vs., Nov. 11:00 7:00:: p.m.Worahlp.WedDeada1 a.m.-Worship.. 11:00 a.m.-Morning War

the New Society", which said: are six easy steps for over in the Everglades Friday' necessary make the out-of- 19. aboard the attack cargo ship : 7:45 pm.-Sunday vuj
making a support for your' phll- afternoon by Tony Tou1Ia. Jimmy town trip. Remember, the mon USS Caprlcornus, completing a Service.
The Intellectual: premise at least accepted in some 7:30 Midweek devotions
as skilled pilot and mechanic p.m.-
odendrons. a ey spent in Oewiston contributes tour of duty with the Sixth Fleet Wednesday:
quarters is that our society Is undergoing a radical change.For First, select a pole three to however took an additional to Clewiston economy. Try in the Mediterranean.While and Bible Study 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Ser

the first time In history, affluence Is widespread( ; moreover five times II' tan as the con step of precaution before getting it shop at home first! in the Mediterranean :
thanks to rapid technological advances, it Is attain- tainer in which the pole Is to his plane out. -is.- Capricornus participated in various CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST map: -Youth Ser

able for most people with constantly diminishing labor. be used. Wrap the pole with a Scams that after surveyingthe George Beck has come up fleet training operations ATOSTOUC FAITH '-
Machines increasingly are fulfilling the function of human layer of sphagnum moss two to damage, Cockrill returnedto with a first for the entire state designed to increase htr combat Se.th OewMesi
slaves Fifth Athers three Inches deep and bind the Clewiston' for a wing strut of Florida. He is the only Ply readiness. Bro. Luther DIxon Pastor nuT BAPTIST CBirJ
in Century except that In our time It 192 E.Venters AT.
with and acquired the of mouth-Dodge-Chrysler dealer' .
10:00
moss string. company : .m.-SwIda18chooL
is not elite but who thus forced to devote
an masses are Push the pole into the soil Father Clark Dorrnan on his return and has largest appropriatesign Leslie Elbert Hlngson, 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.Tuesdsy Rev Bob L.
their growing leisure to the joys of philosophy and non- Wind the vine around the pole. trip. Whether Father,Barmen "- to prove It. Many other son of Mr. and Mrs Elbert B. : 9:45 a.m.-Sunday !Be

material pursuits. Use hairpins to fasten the vineto was taken along for physical changes are being planned by Hlngson. Route 1. Clewiston, enlisted 7:30 p.BL Prayer Meeting 11:00: ..m.-NoisingU!
"The time Is approaching, according to this school, the pole. or spiritual help or a combination Beck. In the Regular United Friday: 1:15 .--.

when. the new leisure and affluence will require a divorcement Keep the moss damp. Roots thereof has not been The progressive dealer won a States Army November 17, according 7:30: p.ra<-Young People's 1 T:30 p.ra.-Evening !Serv
from work..With machines doing most of the work, will grow Into the moss and the determined. Incidentally Father trip to Hawaii last year for his to Recruiter Sergeant Meeting. Wednesdsy:
many people should be encouraged to engage In social! leaves win form a solid mass, Dorman is an ardent flying fan volume sales and has set his First Class Donald W. Sand- 7:00 p.m.-OfOcen sad'en
welfare artistic and educational says the Florida Extension Ser and spends s great deal of time sights for Rome, Italy this sum atedt. Meettof.! !
activities without having -
D!-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
vice. the clouds. mer. _
among
Midweek
1:00
Sergeant Sandstedt said the pjn.
to worry about anything so mundane as money. What It Highway 728
boils down to Is that the government will order the youth, formerly a student at Service.
new dewlston High School has departed Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor 1:43 p.m.Choir: Prsc1
society and to the extent for the non-work.
necessary pay for basle combat trainIng ':&5 a.m.-Sunday School:
"This vision of a great society with handouts for almostall at Fort Jackson South Carolina 11:00 a.m.-Mornlng W..... -

conjures up nothing so much as a nation modeled on and plan to return borne 4:15 pjtu TralnUuj Dales ST.1IARTR4'0 mn

one of those .unlovely retirement communities: everyone i for the Christmas Holidays.In 1:00: p.nv-Evening Wors&ip. (Episcopal)

supposedly placid, enjoying recreation with their fellows; basic training, be will learnto Wednesday: m H.Pacific

the togetherness of contented cows defend himself and his nation 1:00: p.m.-Pr'7ft Meeting. .... Clark H. Dorms, '
/ "It is a violent misreading of human nature and historyto with all the modern weapons Sunday Services:

suppose that greatness is created In the first instance, In the arsenal of the Action 7:30 Jn.-Xarry 1 JudIa:
Army, and to survive under any CHURCH or JESUS!': CHRIST
by society as such let alone by a centrally directed society. conditions of climate or terrain. 10:30): ) sear-Family I

:" Individuals make the society and only individuals can He will be one of the best clothed Paul Hooker rent t Church

make it great 1-I best fed and best equipped Strickland Pastor Saints and Holy Days i
I "What man's hard through the has 10:00: a.nu-unday Scholl
., journey ages nonetheless military personnel the world, IICItJDCId.
accomplished Is to make him highly adaptable to receiving the benefits of the 11:00: a.nL-Momlag WorshipWednesday Confessions by .noIo

change: without hcdng to revolutionize his whole society. most dynamic and progressive :
JI
7:00 p.nv-Prayer u..... ---
; If we should ever forsake the Individual for the illusory ksa.- research and development programs Saturday *

calm of the collective, we may find It is not the machinesbut the world ha* ever teen. 1:00: p-m_Youth Meeting.JEHOVAH'S f ALVtsTBAFTI3T
we who have become the slaves of the 'great' society." F--- For further Information about 8v th OewtotoeR

Where do we stand on the matter of the legislative Army three-year, with' enlistments a guarantee in in writIng the. WITNESSES' !: v. Herb Hlgdon.! Ps I
..m.-8unday
reapportionment ,of Individual freedom of free enterprise? __ for your chosen career, see Kingdom JJaD-. 7 W. El Paso 9:49 Worship I
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11:00 .m.
As Americans, where DO we stand? Sergeant Sandstedt at the Draft R. o.bon 7:00: pjnBsptlit'h
Board in Clewiston from 1 to 3 Sunday Kaicbtower Study. Union.
p.m. on the fourth Tuesday each 1:13 pjn. I&
1:09 m.Worship
month He may also be reached Tuesday Bible Study 1:00 pun. p
In his office Room 2, Cilmer 'Thursday Ministry School: 7:10 ', Tuesday brotherhood) .
Shorter and shorterA Fort by MB. 1:00 .
I telephoning 1-0051 Wednesday
EDison I In Service Ueetmf 1:30 pjn. :
7:30 p.m.-Bour ofTbnrsday R
proposal to Increase postage rates was'announcedIn that city. NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY :

Washington almost Immediately after Thanksgiving hole BAPTIST CHURCH 1:00 p.m.CbolrCLEWUTOM Pr

idays. The Clewiston Poet Office was closed from noon .m 304 N. Francisco Street -

Wednesday until Friday morning. Friday afternoon It closed the Glory of the id Rev. Julian Pope ASSEMBlt

again and was opened for only limited service on Saturday \ Shown Round'' 8.45: Lm.-8unda,8cMo1. '

i morning, closing again Saturday noon until Mon- About Them 11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship. GOD.
1 day morning 1:30: p.m.-Br' teeth FraneiseeJaaae
I \ Wet 2.ns ..
That's possible with government agencies. Our county t! t 7:30: p.OL:,Evening Worship F. KIm brD1 p

court house also closed for Thanksgiving weekend Wed- ",:- Wednesday: : Sunday:

nesday afternoon till Monday morning. Schools perennially A Great Light Announced to T:30: p.nx-Prayer Serrle 10:00: ..m.-SundV War

{ close for the Friday of Thanksgiving. A few years ago RSSSSl-Birth of 11:00 ajnUornln 0
CHURCH Or GOD U:. ...m.ChJdreD'au ]
; schools started Good
closing on Fridays Last year, they !
BUILT-IN GAS RANGES His Light Can1I1..t'IlI'tH Seatt FaeUU ,ATOM 7:30 pon. -Xvaagellstie
closed for Good Friday, and also for Easter Monday.The .
Rev. H. M. Wednesday:
U. S. Poet Office regulations are made In Wash- I : : 19:00 Long t'
OF. : '
: ington. The county courthouse sets Its closings to conform Enjoy the ameavnt! atop-saving Utehen. ef your freams. HVspeed top burners are guaranteed for the Msef FlAM' 11:00 .m.-8eada7 scent 7:45 fUEWChruers..+
Install eepente oven.bnIier and top' your ....... See our complete KM of Calcite : a.m.-Mornq Service.
to that of the state capitol In Tallahassee (why?) Perhaps the 7:30
I 'burner units wherever you want. .hem In any. built-in gas ..... syllable Is S attracts 9:45: am. Sunday School : p.nx Evening Worship Thnraday and
schools closed for Thanksgiving weekend the teachers
'I so 11:00: a.m. Worship Wednesday: Tao p.mw-Prayer
material at any height/ Eye-level controls M colors with BWtchtasj: sinks and hood.
can go away for the holidays, or go hunting. The Easter bro5er Md 7:10: p-nx-Prayer Service.. Study.
eema- eliminate stooping equIDtIrw.AutomatIc
I holidays are harder to explain. The school calendar is The Greatness of Frktayj: Friday:

t I adopted by the county school boards, and Is not directed\ fiabirisTIf9MOIET WG trkandwatdiferyou God's Conmlselon 1:30 p.nv-Young People's Endeavor. : .:10 pjn--Roy.l
'I' Bo1LWeekly
by the state department
6:15:1 p.m. Training Union
People who operate businesses and who work In private TOP MIDI) make eve? pot CLOW-WfFMUH) OVBI cooks tonplete 730; p.m. Worship

industry hae a hard time coping with the shorter and 4111 pen "asteasdsl" tWIT meal far yet. evM V jrouTo jut *J da* Church Feature l Ia Sponsored 1 1Royal's
,
I 'i shorter hours of government agencies. The Post Office closing Portrait ol
j II I of money order service on Saturdays (the. day following TlIt NOMITI l turns oven off automatic JWTO-tOAiTH' nlbaeito. Ms you Olio* a ft* God's Care

; the traditional Friday' paydays)) worn a real hardship on .ty.. VrfNtl. MMsill fOMlsld)Wt tto MQf yW WMK. .... say day of the)r *r-rata er sha**. 8:00: Inc.I Clewiston Fed
p.m. Wednesday-
I., many citizens who transmit funds by money orders. We ......I OVB mows bt4l1 twsg sets ,I Knoyjuu ova no MOOH Dootpfo/ Prayer Meeting SAVINGS LOAN "
know this from experience In explaining to somti of f our '0 .
0140d rae., an ..11.n.... to convenient Utah** alaanBoer. Giddens Furniture
Saturday morning visitors who mistake the News office Ideal Church
for the U. S. Poet Office M.mbenSupervised Store Floyd Howell

There's hope for us yet. The City of Clewiston continued "*ir. Easy: to Pay STANDARDKelly OIL COWl'TIle

i its service through the holidays and its offices were GAS CO.Dan Nursery GIdd.u Way-
GLADES C
I I open as usual on Friday and on Saturday morning. It Tractor
;: I the closer the Pridgen OtfeaService "_"1
looks like government is to the people, more First J"baM e _

concern there is for people and their welfare.

''V Back to the Increase in postal rates it will probably McCarthy BAPTIST CHURCH Hendry CoonParkinson's ;

I, I be followed by.another curtailment of services: or shortening VENTUM AT CENTRAl. '

19 of hours. After all it'. your money and mine they are Telephone 2.1311 Clewuton, Fla. Bob L. Christie. Pastor Inc. Motors
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i Chi i ON Oewtston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
HOUR
CCPITr Seniors run Thursday, December 3, 1964

I J) 4 C cast ,

Jjgers open cageeason FORGOTTEN MAN

wild, powder McConville, Knotty Nottingham Whenever you feel neglected: ,
Elephant Oliphant, Bad Penny remember WhlstlPr'i father. '
\ Pennington Bugged Rogers I i

1 .- I I1 puff gameThe Slick Schick Smokey Stokes I. \ I I
Friday Bark Wood Zoro Zemonek. EDWARDSPlumbing lif :
Senior girls spearheaded JUNIORS-Ape Adam, Ag-

.- by No Coward Howard gltated Akin Bouncer Bolton, RepairReplacements ,
Speed Ball Isbel and Choo China Brainless Brantley Butcher Bu- ,
" Tigers will open Senior Alberto Morrell the Cato romped to a 33-6 victory sick Carnivorous Carter Slue- si l

:Mlston HUM0 *M80nhrsts only senior starter will anchor ,;. over the Junior girls In a pow Fut Crofut Flghtln Fountain, Installations, :' 'i, !
, 196'.65 lght agalDst Eve the team at forward working IM r. der puff football game played Freakle Fry Coof-her Groves Trouble :
{
I f l" game :inched, with Bobby Jones at the other Monday night at Cane Field. Invisible libel, Blunt Hunt, Shooting .\
at 8:30: and the post Jones saw some action at r' r4s Despite the chilling weather, Splnnln Jennings, Linda Byrd "Septic Tank ASpecialty {. I
! o I8ft! 8:00: the last of the season last year. a nice crowd was on hand for Johnson Lucky Lowe Killer
!' I ame at HDlaa He it a 'Junior < ...... t I
I t Coach Ernie .. r the annual event which benefit Miller, Knot-Kneed Nash Pigeon
I ago: are Pat Baldree a junior will wC activities of the upper classmen Toed Pelham Peanut Pel- Call YTJ 2-6711 i

I a for the of rm home man the center post and has during their Junior and senior ham Slug-her Button, Whop 325) E. Ventura ;;ch,:
I !Old available at the shown considerable improve- years at school. her Waldron. Wild-Willie Wilson. ,
:=. and are f for adult $3.50 and ment over last year. Guards dr The fame) had scarcely gotten ..fi'' :.I'' k
.
,a0 idloci Individual admls- will be Mandy Morrell and Henry 1 is.t underway when Howard ,I
23 t \
_aret3c for student and Bowden juniors, who both r' broke over left tackle and scooted -
t
as saw considerable action last 55 yards for a TD the point STATE CHAMPIONSHIP'YOUTH
t .ck adultS his first year year. after failed. The very next time
HL In 't.1.a 't.
ad has mixed Rounding! out the varsity traveling h rFISHIN' the Seniors lot possession of I'II
i the ball label turned left end
-I squad will be Sammy ,
for a 64-yard scoring gallop
.s. tadivl ,.rl tile W uad have"no scho- Beardsley. Rudy' Barton and Ja.-- u a 45-yard run and Cato put two I
IlL "I should Smltty Polhill, all playing their touchdowns on the Scoreboard,
Nezperiencedeandeteam first year on the varsity squad DAZE-Thew ClewUtoo flihermea. ten Rick HaUaoa.'AmI Maucba Shares! one a 70-yard thriller.
7 II ire Is unB Alberto Morrell and Henry had a real !bill hauling to thy fine catch off CapC Marten Grffftn of the Jore IV, KaOierya It was late in the final quarter :

_ \ will.\ Jell Bowden have been elected co- Pompano Beach Included In their catch were logic and Gay BntcUoMm.rempan that the Juniors managed to Be Held In I
be 'aid.l captains of the varsity team. two saUfbh.
eight drive
fIIlI" dolphin seven bonito and Beach C el C rhoto.CtewMoa put together a scoring
Coach Joe'Bundy will coach Me !bamcttda. Freakle
I left to right ire: Walter De-' with Fry makingthe I
Roadrunner'lHandicaps the junior varsity team and TD. '
Fred Williams will coach the'l'lthaDd The halftime ceremonies Included Moore Haven

8th graders.The ., dine of the 30' and 40..". entertainment lead by II
.Tigers will not return to '"Of course. It would probablybe the cheerboys some of whom .

fcwllnt League their, home court until December 79iiwA be beneficial If there were appropriately dressed with
Total'' 15, for a Ridge conference were enough teams to form botha skirts and swelters Disrobingof
/ :
indlnft W L PIal' engagement with Arcadia. "slo" league and a "last" the fancier clothed boys also Saturday Sunday, Dec., 5 & 6 i
u : 30 22 29.1H 'league but in our case this entertained the spectators.The < ,
)dares Inn would be impossible. defensive play of DingDong I
29V4 22% 28,808
IC\fIInd Phe< Defende Crown Tentatively this the Bell and Crawfish Crawford I
year
!
Guard 28-4 23% 29.200 Slow-pitch softball? 2:30 Each Afternoon
gtlaal
games will be played on Mondays prevented the 'Juniors from
24 29.098 '
11I\1001\ Bar 22 28 1* 29% 28,133 No! BasketballThe and Thursdays each week making a "respectable" gameof '. II
]11IIIoII Flag district tourney here SaturdayThe and the season win begin approximately the contest
.75 Contest Entries
IIdr7fJ > Jaauary 4th or The rosters Included* ::
Co 1714 34% 28.406 men's basketball kague.for 1\
possibly one week sooner. SENIORS-Twinkle Toes ALlen
...,. In.lIf. S gems this coming season will show \
pt& 1964 District Five Florida ens, Robin Roberts Jerry All persons who expect to playin : Ding Dong Bell Smasher '
m :
a change which will enable everyone '
1 a Belcher Recreation Association Flag Worth Malcolm Wilson. the league (must be at least Brasher Killer Carlo, Choo SPONSORED BY THE "
,
IU of to
.UQiison Football Tournament will be regardless age of and out of CrawfishCrawford
19 years age Cboo Cato Foxy Cox '
Xi Strickland .._. 610 811 held In Clewlnton this Saturday, JUNIOR! ALLS'EARS participate overexertion.without too much school) should sign up at the Hurry Curry DeadEye GLADES COUNTY YOUTH :
13 11IIId. ?-" December 5th. beginning at William Youth Center no later than December Dixon, Mean Green, Bom
U. Ucti bdlT. tame 10:00'a.m. with teams from Titusvllle. Navarro Freddie In essence; the game Is the 19 In order that teams ber Gunter Goody Guthrie Harry >
m Belcher __ 24815immam Vero Beach., and West Robertson Edens, Allan Carlton, Billy same as regulation basketball, can be selected and ready for Harris, No Coward Howard LIVESTOCK SHOW, Inc. _. w
Greg Miller David
: 246w Palm Beach expected to par Miller with one major exception: the season play by the first of January. Speed Ball label Eager Bever
Cutrell 2Z8Brardal.y ticipate. Cecil Keen, Danny Shatter fast break is eliminated. Once Kemp Mauler Massey, Muscles /;
,_ Danny Bartley, James Suus.Rich.rd :
: 225
Aa yet Tltusville la the only a team regains possession of the
Bat lentdl game: town to send In entries for botha Murphy, Jerry Holou- ball that team cannot: cross the '
JIll BeIdler 191 Junior an4ta Midget team bek. half court line until the refereesees I I'I

but entries from Vero and West that the defense Is set and "
AlE! LEAGUE FOR TTYOUR IJ i
blows his whistle to signal the -
12-1-64 Palm Beach are expected within Biddy basketball I
the next couple of days. offense to move across. NOUDAY
Bi Game: Frostle 894
This of has been HOLIDAY HOME
type league r
The Midget Division will begin ,
'II II1ib Set: IISSC.lkkbs teams organized where :
more
popular
proven
( ,___ 2599 their contests at 10:00: a.mon there limited competition I

lea Hifh Sell and Games Saturday morning and the Organization will begin next teams are which high have to participate .u/to Santo kanqs his luit! '
Junior Division will begin upon / ; 11
Ii Pearce 571 201-203 week for Biddy Basketball against the "all-Ameri- .. l lI
!/I oloubek 571 203 completion of the Midget games which Includes boys whose ages I

IIn7 Vaughn, Jr 523 179 The Clewlston Junior All- are 8 to 12 <( I canteen 501 198 Stars will defend their District reached his 13th birthday before NERVOUS EXECS. TAKE [.re4lir4.Jlend

Wj Little 550 208 title ,once again after having November II, 1964)). HEEDA Modern TV Recliner -
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1 USmltt 562 188 been district champions three This year the! games will be Bodcockb \
taken recognition of the
kllimi 526 184 years In a row. on Saturday mornings The boys
B, Xiacey 502 178 The games will be played on played at the high school gym fact that busy executives often Glovi Soft
require a simple aid to relaxation
11I7 Smith 54} 202 the field behind the Elementary will have regular basketball d
;lr' 2e ,. 558 209 School: buildings uniforms andwill play'oa a 60 I Roun Egpandedy.Go
sie'awiided': New on the market li a gadget
hf irmer 519 185' Trophies win im ft court with W goals. Plastic .
that be regarded a
might as
"Hplact team mediately following the final about 6 r ,
Froitle
: won We are expecting
child but which Is actually
l IIM1 U game of each division. teams in the league and I would toy ,
for It'sa ,
designed jittery execs. b
Lei dice ii tied: Caritberaltr&TV MIDGET ALL-STARS like to get coaches for these bag of three plastic blocks 0 Glree !

'. Chuck Wells Mo( teams if possible. If anyone which can be snapped together
Dd Belle Glade Ma- Carl Berner. Mitch Murphy. would be Interested in coachingone decisively in hundreds of way. leis. 11
Lee III 24 4. lost 20 Glen Langston Henry Drake of these teams please con Great way to combat tenseness., I Ia
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Four THE CLEW1STON NEWS Clewlston, Florida New booksAdult p.riod of thirl T (iill'<<1) d&18 nf"i GUITARS
Students attend th..> date Mt lor Ib4 opening o>>(
Thursday, December 3, 1964Alltime :lee
Nl1oUo11lClenn' "THM!] OWNER RBsnnvEs: Tim ACCORDIONS
Auto Repair Manual- RIGHT to r Jot any and or all.
and to w lvu '
Slide PIANOS
list I'll be reading about it from Harold Glenn
stars the Air Force base In Blythe- college program Trial by Jury McCart th.s.lsB' 3055 51., H.u.L ORGANS
Chairman
Lived
vllle. The Way Our People Board ot Public Initruo-

Eric C. Thomas Approximately Juniors and to respond to the invitation to WoodwardAll ttonHcndrr PHONOGRAP
I Eric C. Thomas, a technical seniors from the high schools of be present He said that only About Tropical Flab Me- County, Florida No ]
sergeant In the U.S. Air Force Ernie Hill assistant coach at Gewlston LaBelle and Moore two showed up. It was expected Inerney Carl ATTBBT K. hornsbytlup.rlnt.ndrnt: Money Down

herewith has his say about the the high school made some Haven attended College Day at that they would be presentIn Pictures to Live With Holm. and Fubllo B.or.In.tary Up to Two Years
"all-time" football team. He'ssafe the "all" team Marco Polo'i Adventure In to the Board of to
1 comments on the Clewlston school gymnasiumon force to get an insight Into .tructlon pay
as he left last Saturdayfor during his speech at the football Monday. educational opportunities for China Horizon Htndry County, Florida HOLDRIDGE
: duty In Blytheville, Ark. Auditorium of the Civil War CN-III MUSIC
Sugarland Ironclad
dinner at their children, Estep said.
Representatives from 16 colleges : Now, ,1'. 55. Dee i. MM
Letter to the editor: Thursday nightAcknowledging were present to answer Among the schools represented American Heritage N Francisco St. Clewiston YU
There Is always controversy the fact that concerning college life at the session were: Palm The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony 2-4781
questions APPLICATION
when attempting to pick an "all- he has been In Clewlston only In general and their own Beach Vocational, Palm Beach American Heritage NOTICE FOR TAX DEED
time" team and I'd like to throw two years. Hill said he would at colleges In particular. At the Junior College, Edison Junior Andrew Jackson, Soldier and C ",1' Plri a ........

a.. my two cents worth Into the least like to mention some players conclusion of the session several College, Charron-WUllams Commercial Statesman American Her .NOTICE M. ANKFORD I.I h.rby the cl..n l holder thatJ. ..f

tray. on his "all two-year" team. of them said the student : Business College of ita,. the followlnc ctrtlflcato ha*
Apparently memories don't go Don Edwards offensive Tampa Technological Clipper Ships and Captains filed old ertlflcat for a Us
They are: group was one of the "best Tampa 4d to b U..d tb.,..... Th.
far enough back to remembertwo tackle, who has another dressed and best behaved" they Institute, Jones Business] College American, Heritage C.rtlflcat.*number, sear of 1.- ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
of( Clewiston's finest I year to go; Edwin Cato, defensive had ever worked with. ,They Gordon Keller School of Thomas Jefferson and Ills .uanc*. the deicrlptlon inowhich
don't know any harder runneror tackle who has two yearsto also lauded the students for the Nursing, Florida State University World American Heritage it prop was rty MMMed, and the are nam a* follow:
one who could tight-rope the go; Mandy MorreU, quarterback intelligence of their questions. University of Florida. University !- The State Parks Tilden C_ NOTICE is hereby given
sidelines like Marty Waldron and Henry Bowden, fullback of South Florida, Florida America's: Hlstorylands H*. Tear DMri..... that tH

and one of his team mates was both with another year to counselor Harold G expressed, Estep disappointment guidance Southern, Florida Atlantic:, America's Wonderlands (National 101 MM City of 5, CUwlitonLot Block 101 City Commissioners of the City A


perhaps the most gluefingeredend go, and Alberto MorreU, offensive : U.s. Coast Guard Academy: Park) HUM' !. wklch Moore Haven
the of parents Florida
at failure
ever at dewiston High halfback; a senior. From Stetson University, and Averet- Junior Non-Fiction Tho Rted.l.e..we Lumbar Co.Harbor will receive bid

School-Old Pap, Richard Fape. last year' squad he mentionedMike te College from Danville; Va. The Body In Action Wilson. Beach, Michigan at the City Hall in the said City by Ja!
Both of these boys played Mazzlna, quarterback.Mrs. New: boat ramp Mercer University of Georgiaand Adult Non-Fiction: All nit said property bung of In
of Hondry, But 5 1965
the County 7
with the last of Oewiston's six- Judson College of Alabama, The Amazing Alexander Hamilton J'lorld. uary at o'clock for the pu

man team and the first of the E. E. Kelly spent the near completionA scheduled to send representatives Orrmont Vnl... uch eortlflcatt law hall the b.r.d..m.d chase by the highest bidder and
according sale
assisting Judo Attack and Defenoe'aNational I
11-man squads weekend in Jacksonville were forced to cancel, property described" In auoh car
Also when" considering quarterbacks her sister Miss Louise boat nap being constructed : Klnejl tlflcato will be sold to the. IIlcll- the City:

Volney Bobbin has Hood, In moving to Clewlston to by the State Game and Gallery of Art eat bidder on the at fleet the Monday Court In Houeedoor the

to be on the list. reside. Miss Hood will join the Fresh Water Fish Commission Sign-up periodfor Wash., D.C. Walker Month of January, 115 which I* 1-McCormick
Regardless of the "all-time" office staff of Hendry General on the west aide of Lake Okee- Goodbye All That Graves the 4th day ot January of IMS.December No. 25 Bush He
Dated thli lit day
team however, let's hope that Hospital and will reside In the chobee at the Indian Prairie Dear Mr. Brown Fosdlck. 1'"'
next year's teams will make the Hood home on Arcade Avenue. Canal will be completed In thenear ACS DOROTHY MOOR CLARK Mower
programThe Clerk Circuit Court
I future It was announcedyesterday BIRTHS Hendry County, Floridat"V.V.
at a meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. '
Initial sign-up period for : it u miNOTICE
Recreation Committee -
Tri-County Owens, of Indlantown. announce 1-Ford Tractor1Trailalong
the 1965 Agricultural Conservation -
; the birth of a ton, Richard Maxwell -

Enjoy it now. S. C. Fry, chairman: presidedat Dec.Program 1. Richard started L Pape Tuesday, man.alter on Monday, November 23. Th Board'01 County. Commleloner -
the meeting at the Chamberof The baby weighed seven pounds,
of the ASCS county office will r.c.lr aided bid. GraderThe
Commerce office. Present at S, lit ,
seven ounces until 10:00: a.m. D mber
.
has announced.Pape
the meeting, where a number Mr. and Mrs. John Mastersare for lurfaco treatment of ..*.

Pay Later! of developing projects were discussed said that In order to parents of a son, who of mil 8-IIJ* and located 125 feet near of Ktnlon Hooker above may be seen at the Cij

: were representatives of give very farmer and rancherin weighed six pounds, one ounce Point at CUwliton. Florida.
Glades, Hendry and Lee counties the county sufficient time to when born at Lee Memorial In Detailed tb. office....cllicatlon.of Clerk of on Circuit file Barn. The City Commissioners rose

the Recreation Departmentof submit a request for ACP assistance Hospital, Fort Myers, on Tuesday Court In LaBa l., Florida. the right to refuse and all
finance bids
Use our convenient plan the Flood Control District, in solving conservation December L Th. Board reeerre the right any

plan to re-upholster your furnitureor and the Game aDd Fresh Water problems on their land, the signup Mr. and Mrs. Johnle Jackson to 10 recall award' any the and contract all bId.to, and the DORIS
Fish Commission. period would extend through announce the birth of a son, belt Intereit of Hendrr County, GREEN, City Cle
seat in car. Jan. 15, 1965. HARVARD & PARKIN.
put new covers your William Jennings, on November25th BON, Chairman
Every farmer and rancher on at Hendry General Hospital CN-(IINOT.
City docketCases record In the county office will The baby was transferredto 1C, Deo.. t, lt<4

JOHNNY'S SEAT COVERS be mailed an announcement of Good Samaritan Hospital In
the 1965 ACP Including com- West Palm Beach for special
of by City
disposed
417 West SiKjorlond Highway Judge Charles Miner during the plete details on the conservation: treatment and Is progressing
Clewlston practices for which cost sharing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson
Phon. YU 3-3271
last two weeks Include: JeanetteArm.tron
I will be available. Fape requests expect to bring him home today. ,
,, not guilty of theft;
that anyone falling to receivethe Mr. and Mrs Robert Herringare
Winis Leroy Waters 10 days, I
driving while license revoked announcement get one at the the parents of a son, Don- give every
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ASCS office. The office 1s boated ale, who weighed seven pounds,
Cross, drunk llm
Johnny S25 public
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at the Doyle Conner Agricultural ,- six ounces when born at Hendry
C. Allen Pattison, tlS, failure
to yield right-of-way; Max Singleton Building In Moore Haven.Information General Hospital on. Saturday, 2nd gallon FREE
also can be obtained November 28.
$150 or 30 days, driving
by phoning WHitehall M781. Mr. and Mrs. William Taylorof
while license expired and DWI, when
three months suspension of driving Pape urged that agricultural Felda are parents of a you buy

privilege;' James Cannon producers Interested in participating daughter Sandy, who arrived In

S25 or 4 days, no valid driver's In the 1965 program study Hendry General Hospital Satur
license; James Cannon, $150, practices: available for the most day, November 28th, weighingsix { MARY CARTER
posesslon obscene literature; Important conservation problems pounds, twelve ounces.

Mary Lou Owens, $20, casingan on their farm or ranch before Mr. and Mrs Juan Alonso are
accident; Nelson M. Wll. submitting a request to the parents of a son Juan who was

MON'tOt' Slams, $50 or 5 days, speeding; county office. born Sunday November 29 In PAINTSat
John A. Drawy Nesbitt, 1150, He said this would help In deciding Hendry General Hospital The
six months suspension driver's on which conservation baby weighed six pounds, eight 1

license driving while under the practices cost-sharing: Is most ounces ;1

Influence; Turner Harris, Mack needed. Additional assistanceIn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, Al
Harris, H. C. Langston, JamesM. conservation planning can be Jr. of Moore Haven are the parents Fuller's COUNTRY STORE

Christmasi Harris Edward Harris and obtained from the county agent, ot a son, Richard, who BANLON.CARDIGANS.

Joe M Hilliard, ISO each: for Soil Conservation Service tech weighed five pounds 14 ounces Complete line of paints and supplies]
disorderly conduct; Paul Bow- nician or the Farm Forester when born In Hendry General

den and D'Van Dyal, not guilty The Agricultural Conservation Hospital on Friday, Novem-
I of same charge. All eight de Program Is administered by the Over!: 1500 colors to choose from

fendents of disorderly conduct: ASC County Committee and the by PURITAN

1 If you are looking for a quick and conver r I were placed on two year probation representatives of these other all men's sixes la interior- exterior, $4.98 gal. & up.
j violation of which will bar agencies cooperate by providing 27.EIQI
nlent way to get some extra holiday cash, I Blue Taupe Oat sernn alap.M'
them from any future CHS activities. technical assistance! and guidance \
call on us. We advance cash for gift shop. I for participant. EAST 8COAKLAND HIGHWAY

j ping, new clothes, holiday travel-anything .1 $15.95 CUtWISTON. FLOUDA

I and everything.As a matter of fact,we lean 1 LEGAL Sealed propoaala NOTICB' TO I for BIDDER the "lt 4 PARKINSON'S \1 1' FHONETDkea ss9a !

backwards to accommodate Christmas Ii painting of Hendry Gent
over For
g Specials Bohoole, H. ry County Florid. ,
AL'S will b. ree.lnd by the Hendry
shoppers. 1 1I County Board of Public Initruo.tlon. .
This Week LaBella, Florida, on or b*.
I for I:00 p.m. K.&''., December
Ile.-----a0.-------a.--.I 10 ..... at which time and place
they will b. publicly openedand

EASY-TO-MANAGE MONTHLY PAYMENTS MEN'S MEN'S Cople read.of the Con.
WARM LINED KHAKI tract Document, or'I:
I JACKETS WOU PANTS tion may b* obtained by eligible
Oenerat Contractor. from the office Fresh seafood
LOANS UP TO $GOO
of the Superintendent of ;
$7.95 2 $5.00 Public Instruction. Courthoui, .
(}.A.('. FINANCE; ea pre LaBcll. Florida.
must b
Each proposal accompanied
CORPORATION 1 neq. 10.95 value (Save 1.00)) a Certified Check
.r'.br:.. k or Bid: Bond executed :
AMOUNT 'MIN'I' eon by th. Bidder and Surety Sirloin steak..1Prime
you Off 14 MONTHS JO MONTHS II MONTHS 11 I MONTHS Company licenced to do bualnee.
FINAL CLEARANCE In Florida, In a um equal to fire
S 7.00 $ 5.06 1 5.47 S 7.55
MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE : rcsot of lbs amount of ta*
160.00 $ 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 $1.00 total bid. Th* Bond le required
SPORT SHIRTS "," .____ eeL a. a stuarante. that If the Bid
425.00 2..4 23.33 3G.69 42.506GO.OO la accepted Contract will\ b*
34.39 39.34 2.66 59.35 entered Into and the performance
Ribs of beef.
of It properly aecured. The luoeeaiful -
.
At'S ARMY STOREUSE bidder will bo requiredto .
----CLEW1STON311 ----- execute a Performance Bond,

: East Shite Highway . Tdsphon.TW.e2.3411 covering and Including all labor
material.
< OUR IAY-AWAY-PLAN) and Th. Performance
---BHU OlADJH Bond ahall be written In them
723 E. Suqarkmd if"" Cewlslon of One hundred percent and
r'SiWedAv.weeNAN ............ T.Iwhon.9966277ATTENTION s:BIDDER Contract MAT Price.MO WITHNotice :- '. many other items are available



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,I I V Will Finish. Cash TeBcflnuee debt. sioners will offer, for sale 19 gas heaters of various the Inn -

l finance farm imprve_ests. sew bofldbtcs. farehase -
A, .' I wind HaeUaee u4 .Install .m.......

,I : .. Assist. pwckase mere la..ef. a fans-creve ec ranofc.Porefcase sizes. Sale will beheld J.J.t t 11 a.m., Thursday, December -

I Frerlde capital fund for the farm eaterprlee.ONLY Plan

1' I HAS ALL A LAND THESB BANK ADVANTAGES LOAN ""10,1964 at the front door of f the Courthouse ._-.. W now. enjoy eating out

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.. Lemer terms (CWP to SI yean). in LaBelle Florida. Heaters' iII besold indi-
S. Dependable Mrrlce (Mirfaf arrleoltvre exohnrrUy" :

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4. rn Brepanaeat prld.... willed penalty.I. bidder forcash. THE "GLEWISTON
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yr- wedding Mill Patricia Powers, Mrs. Helen Clewhton. Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five

Roberts and Michael Roberts Thursday, December 3, 1964
of Clewiston, Timer Powers of - -
Indlantown and Mrs. Hazel
Cay Swa'JIe, presented the wedding music Miles of West Palm Beach were
JIlt sandra and Mrs. Stuart MUi Vann tang The Lord's Thanksgiving Day guests of Dr.
, oi)" Prayer" and "Av Maria", Miss : and Mrs. John F. Powers and
SflS&Si" Lee used the traditional marches s : : family In Stuart.
GOD for the processional and recessionaL Guests of Mrs. S. P. Slonakerand
0 Wbltt. otJFoWhit. and the .PJR.SQHA[ ; her mother, Mrs. Belcher YOU.Make .
4)1rl.) Vi 01 Canal Point.yr The bride entered with her fa. over the holidays were Mrs. .
JIJ', WhIte o'clock 1 1o7 Carrie Rids, C. A. Belcher and :
in a four the{;:,,by whom she was given la Among the college students
IParrled Her Fred Harwelt, all of Plant City.
"" the Communltyo ; marriage. slender empireown who ;
In spent the holidays
Thanksgiving (
Saturday was of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd '
Church ( candlelight satin.
Ddbfce rJall Rev. accented with touches at home were Jerry Pre- Andrews for Thanksgiving Day 'r 'Extra' Money
The pastor of French ri with, student at Huntington, Col. .
*<1 lace, beaded with pearls at the were their three daughters and l
loge,
Ala. Miss
Montgomery,
e aging ceremonlstar hemline. The chapel train of their families: Mr. and Mrs. L.
satin Betsy Boy of Louisiana State
, of the church was' ell from the shoulders and University and Janet Slewert of R. Mullen and children of Miami. without Extra Work!
1It! four cathedral ended with matching lace and Florida State 'University Mr. and Mra. A. O. Wal-
s> d with tarmina a backf.IDiI pearl embroidery. The bodice Rome from Jacksonville University ker and Mr. and Mil. Norman Make work as hard as ;
your
,.idJbra basket of was unadorned and featured Austin and baby, of South Bay. money
and a large wrist length sleeves. Her fingertip were Miss Beverly Eth- Mrs. F. W. Mueller, MIss Ay- you do. Our high rate of return will add '
chrYsanthemums centered erton and Miss Jackie Goldman life and Frank! Mueller, of
IIi1I ladlllU wU veil was attached to a pill who brought two collegematet. regularly to help build insured j
e and box of candlelight satin accented Fahokee, were visiting friendsIn up your ,
JIIfIn .mall palm', organist.nn. with pearls. Her wedding Misses Pat Burns and Lynn Clewiston Saturday. savings quickly and effortlessly I Open
Lee j
Cheryl Lapps for the holidays. The local Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orrlt have
Jilt lout, bouquet was a cascade arrangement -
Judy girls managed to show quite returned from Ill account with today.
.. )IlsJ of cymbldium orchids entwined Bethany to your us
a bit of the to their visitors
with area spend the winter at their homeIn
IV) during the weekend. Clewiston. EARN MORE NOW!
Mrs. Morgan Tyson of South Tom from Berry Miss : ,
Nowllng came Betsy Boy a student at
Best Way! Bay, cousin of the bride, was College at Mount Berry, G41., Louisiana State University; Baton -
Skip matron of honor. Her gown was and Miss Shirley LaByer from Rouge, La. spent the Thanksgiving I
of willow green brocade styled College at Forsyth, Ga. holidays with her parents Clewiston Federal
along princess lines; the bodice Miss Linda Geiger was home Mr. and Mrt. John Boy, O
REA was shirred, and the bell-shaped from Troy State College Troy, her brother, Johnnie and the yrrnasre I
skirt was floor length. Her hat Alabama to enjoy the Thanksgiving new brother, Howard Lane Boy, el ,,J swna, <, Savings and LoanAssociation
PICK-UP was a bow with petals of tulle. holidays.Mrs. who was born Tuesday, Nov. 17 I ; ; :
FREE She carried a candle entwined Mary G. Robertson and at Good Samaritan Hospital,
with ivy, centering a bouquetof V her sons, Frankie and Freddie, West Palm Beach. The young
DELIVERY "
I and autumn colored asters and accompanied by her daughter', fellow weighed seven pounds, IS teas i ,
croton leaves. Miss Vicky Robertson of Jacksonville ounces at birth. >
Phone YU 2.2141 Mrs. John Branaman and MB. and mss spent the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hammond F
R.
Miss Lyn Vaughn, attendants, holidays In Qultman, Ga. with were called to Virginia 201 E. Ventura Ave. Clewiston :
Robertson's daughter and this week by the death of his r
were gowned Identically to the and mother.
son-on-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allan
honor attendant, and carried f fI

similar bouquets bearing can- W.' Hart.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Davis of I I II
dles. Morgan Ga. visited for the I II'
ouch' Lynn Jackson, Lake Placid, Miss weekend with his sister, Mrs. ., TEENAGERS I I'
was flower girl She was dressed C. J. Loworn, and family and J
in a floor length willow green Carr relatives ',
They were enroute SPECIALSUEDE j
ZIGZAG brocade, Branaman."t
with elbow length and home after spending
l>y It '
MACHINE iris e 1 putted sleeves, and wore a hat Park Thanksgiving In Miami. CLUTCH '
SINGER rvrt-ii" of autumn flowers. Belle :Mrs. L. F. Cox, Sr, of Lakeland BAGS
Wm. Kennen Swayne, brotherof
pbelal arrived last week for a
e the bride, was best man. Ushers id, with her son and daughter- Belgian Linen 1
were Tom Moore, Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox.
Beach, Wayne Laymen, West bett, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thom Madras, or ,
Palm Beach Larry Cooper, B Owens for a Thanksgiving
Jacksonville and Carl Anthony, I. on Sunday were her Top Grain Leather ,1 !

Orlando. ., A. A. Beauchamp of
Koyser 8,10,12,16
Following the ceremony Mr. Fort and A. W. Beauchamp -
nINGER'ZIGZAG and Mrs. Swayne hosts at lined or unlined ,"f:,
were
Q West Palm Beach their wives Junior 1 Mills Sizes in "
a wedding reception at .the and and families, Mr. and Mrs. LEATHER GLOVES Ii
I Clewiston Inn. Assisting as floor B. Owens and children otrndiantown NYLON
Complete Portable hostesses were Mrs. Abner gas Mr. and Mrs. Gold or Silver
Vann, Mrs. A. L. Stephens, Mrt. June L. Owens and daughter COCXTAQ. GLOVES BAGS".
$J134.95 H. C. Thompson, Mrs. H._T. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens of HOSE ,,
I Vaughn and Mrs. Frank Jacobs. of NYLON TOP GRAIN LEATHER .

AlMemerkol THE SINGER OJMPANY Assisting serving were Miss For Mrs. D. C. Connell of Bush- LONG GLOVES BELGIAN LINEN ':
Gay Carlton, Okeechobee, Mist ell was the guest last week of Black or White SOFT CALFSKIN
Linda Juretie, Boca Raton, Miss an daughter, Mrs. Leon Bern- SOFT MARSHMALLOW
& TV
CARITHERS RADIO Regina Rlggs and Mist Joyce black and Mr. Bembry. .
Letter, West Palm Beach and Harold White of Orlando spent
108 Bond Street dewtoton. Florida Mrs. James L. Owens, Clewis with his parents

, ton. Miss Linda Walker, Lake Belle and Mrs. Lewellyn White. &
Worth, presided at the bride's West Mrs. Susie Roland and Mrs.
/ '
r book. Daughtrey were In ,,', ; ',I ,
Mrs. Swayne received her le,.. Beach on Thanksgiving .1f tSilver t\
guests wearing an antique brocade New the letter's son, Jack L. }
suit, and a corsage of red and family. Gold, White "i
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
roses. Mrs. White, mother of as Black
the groom, wore a ,navy blue Palm ; and family on Thanksgiv BAGS FOR
and white tweed suit and a the 'Was her mother, Mrs. EVENINGWide
Taylor. of Belle Glade.
white orchid corsage. '
The of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P..John- range
I Among the out of town guests of HOSE '
n and family were Thanksgiv
Ed :
Mrs.
at the wedding were
of her the new Cantrece
Landers, Miss Donna Malloy, guest brother, Gayle
Mrs. John Doling and children, and his family at KAYSER Gold Silver or
RESTAURANT Mr. and Mrs. William Tinsley, City and Jewel Tone
Mr. and :Mrt. Fred O. Young
Tom Sims, Bob Neilson, Mrs. T. and SBTESby
Melrose, Fla. were Thanks
E. SLIPPERSThe
and Mrs. R.
Mr.
E. Reed
for On guests of his mother,
for a truly delightful different gift LeBlanc, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
.
reside Sam R. Young. Mr. Young
Layman and Mrs. M. M. Stow-
ars of West Palm Beach Mr. Street principal of the Melrose

Friends Mrs.. Florene Carnes had as Sport Shop 1

Trio of hostesses h hat and for their Thanksgiving families Mr.her two and f

Customers Roy Lee Smith and call :
and Mr. and Mrs. Jsmes
bridemaidslunA < Smith and children, all

Employees Pompano Beach. The two '
bridesmaid's luncheon honoring Vann are produce buyers and
Miss Sandra Swayne was kee. recently returned from the
Friday at the Glades Pit I. markets to Florida for
Relations. given
Room by Mrs. J. J. Geiger, gan winter.
Mrs. R. M. Hare and Mrs. An- John Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Pitzen, i
A GLADES GIFT DINING CERTIFICATE thony Toulls. Miss Swayne's Subdivision :
wedding to B. Carlton White
would be appreciated this holiday .was an event of Saturday after-

> season Simply mail original noon. J I l1ar I

cotficate. receiver dines at the Glades were Door won prizes by Miss at the Cheryl luncheon Lee l/ J l House

and we bill you. Deductable for business and Attending Mrs. L.were I. Maloy.Miss Swayne, Open i !i1

expense! Miss Lyn Vaughn Mist Linda roue DRUG STORE l
Miss Joyce Letter, .Jat
S FREsH OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL West Walker Palm Beach, Miss Gay NEW HOMES NOW UNDERCONSTRUCTION

Open 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. Carlton, Okeechobee, Miss Regina !II!
Rlggs. West Palm Beach.Mist ,
Saarland Clewuton Linda Juretie, Boca Ra-
Highway
Come
Cheryl Lee, Miss Judy out and see the home
Mist
ton SHAn .UDS .01 Ilk.,
and talk to ; ,,



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for THE LADIES We ban a wide .t.c- Our Salesman

o S lion 6f gift*. tmltable !lor WE FINANCE WITH BUT



member '$300 Down
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lS Ito.IlT Open Saturday and Sunday

Wearables from the I Itt.tvIIU.Oill- TODAY 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.

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Come to corner Pacific and South Alver-

p'sERvtc dez turn right to New Home under con-

Toggery Shop SUGARLAND pR, struction.t


Gift suggestions B1: JiLL I

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JACK WINTER STRETCH, PANTSor PHARMACYHomeOwned F Office 5529 McGregor Blvd. '

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA'Call

matching Blouses. end collect Ft. Myers WE 65221swayneWhite

OR THE Skirts Horn Operated
, new stocks Blouses
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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewUton. Florida made for a fkld! trip on Jnpu-

Thursday, December 3, 1964 rq tplP, i iMR. ib Sugarland group which an31 is, nrar 1905,Homestead.to Spice Park Further f'ilItJl mII Jfl(
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detail will be announced. I
plans concert There will be no December
ITHRIFTY'DRUG
meeting. ;
Attending the meeting were:
The 'Sugarland Slnjers" will I
Do musical Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan,
you present a program entitled
and Mrs Wm. T. Stitt Mr.
Mr.
-Winter Festival" at the :
and Mrs, O. N. Pitzen FrankConkllng '
Clewlston High School gymnasium L M Weetman, R. A. | j
,
Friday night, Dec. 11 at I
: really want I p.m. The. group li under the Cecil C. W. Fuller, Geo. Espen-
I direction of Or. L. G. Vaughan laub Mrs. Elizabeth Stitt, Mrs. \ SHOPPERS f
|| SPECIAL-TODAY
an. Fred C. Slkes, Mrs. Rosa Wil- & SATURDAY j
The music will Include selections kes, Miss Patricia Powers, Mrs. I iii Baked Old
my phone appropriate to the season. A. H. King, Mrs J. E.. Beards- Fashioned Meat Loaf ,

and will feature Mrs. James E ley, Brian Beardsley, Byrnlna i : Mashed Potatoes
Beardsley and Rev. David Den- Gravy lima
BeaM
Lucas, an accomplished pianist -
number?" who will perform Claude slow I I Hot Rolb Butter
Debussy's Clair de tune. Also

A tones featured barbershop will be quartet the "Sugar which Baptists plan i 58c or 2 for 98c

Of course .and your address, too. Your Insurance will sing several numbers.
agent can be of more service to you if he The selections of the chorus This Weelc'f Thrifty Breakfast
will include Carol of the Bells Mission banquet
had adequate Information concerning your needs. Let Co TeU It On The Mountain, We I
us'survey your needs, creelBeardsleyNash Wish You A Merry Christmas.Prayer Sausage One Egg -- Grits
Thursday December 10, T:30p I
from Hansel and Crete
.m.,Is the date for the first annual Toast Coffee
Insurance Agency and a aoveltnumber.. Jingle
Bell Travelogue. The Christmas Foreign Mission Banquetof I
First Baptist Church. Inspirational
cantata Might of Miracles, well .
speaker will be Rev. 39c.I
S-7511
Telephone TU
received last year, also will be
William Hlckman, missionaryto !
E. Sufarland Highway\ ClewisUmOmoA performed. Paraguay.

Tickets are on sal at the Rev. Hlckman, a native of J

AND MM. S. D. STEADMAN are shewn following their Toggery Shop and the admissionIs Florida, Is currently home on i I .
$100 for adulU and I .SO! for furlough having served three
weddsnc Friday Ner. 2* at the Cemmontty rreabrtectajt
children. Ticket will be sold
five year terms in Paraguay\
Omrdu-STAFT PHOTO. at the door and because of the Included among his missionary j

expected attendance It 1* suggested duties is secretary of the PariI
that people arrive early. guayan :Mission. His message
Calling shower at Etherton home There were 325 at the Spring will be illustrated with color
Festival last April the croup's slides and highlighted by artifacts !
first concert native
to Paraguay
honors Mrs. Steadman recent bride The "Sugarland Singers" is a The Foreign :Mission Banquet ,I r
mixed community choral croup Is one feature of the annual foreign @
t '- with a membership of 25. It Is mission emphasis of FIr.tBaptlat I
Mrs J. D. Steadman the former Miner. Mrs Ray Flttman. Mrs. '
open to the publicn.Traveling Church. The December Like our tea and toffee Your second cup is
H. E. Crosby. Mrs. O. R. Berner -
Patricia Owens, was boa-, mission carries the
r ores Friday evening at a calling Mrs. Etherton and Mrs, G. name of program Lottie Moon, whose I II FREE. Also your third, fourth, etc.
slidesat
y shower at the borne of Mrs H. Coleman
challenge from China led to the
Glen Etherton, Royal Palm Ave A yellow and white color: '
first f ... 1t'
offering being taken In
nue.. Hostesses were Mr.. C. E. scheme was and used for accessories.Yellow the parfo1decor.tIou Audubon meet 1888. The Woman's Missionary I \ _;\m'JI.. __'

Union Includes the Lottie Moon
roses centered the refreshment Interesting slides of the Caribbean -
Rainbows honor table which was overlaid area and of parts of British Christmas Offering as one of
with a cutwork cloth. Silver Guiana and Brazil were Its major yearly programs. TheMen's doesn't
their mothersThe candelabra and a crystal shown by G. N. Pitzen at the sponsorship Brotherhood of the Joins in the I Advertising cost. it PAY
banquet
punch bowl with other silver meeting last Tuesday night of
What a Grand Christmas Gift Mother-Daughter Dinner, and crystal appointment furthered the Lake Okeechobee Audubon.

Thti Cflriitmai male it a gift that will grow In. sentiment and of the Rainbow Girls Monday the decorations. Cake, Society. The slides were made
meaning through the sears. The "Mother's Ring" will do evening was a very successful: cookies punch and mints were by Jimmy Pitzen on trips to the WILSON'S
Just this; With its gold bands signifying father and mother event, attended by twenty Rainbow \ served. areas mentioned most of the
joined together by the stone of the month for each child In members twenty mothers, Mrs. Charles B. Owens, mother pictures being taken from the i
the family. For the "Mother's Ring" is radiant. radiant Mrs. Helen Dickey, and Mrs of the bride, stood in the receiving plane In which he and his croup 3 Ibsai 5 9c
with! memories only a mother can have. Hortense Vannof the advisory'' line with the honoree traveled. BAKERITE
board Miss Elise Aytes, pianist I and hostesses, greeting the W. P. Jernigan presided at
Made ONLY in UK White or Yellow Gold and Mrs L. G. Vaughan. guests who called between the the business session. Mr. Espeo-!: .
With its Individual bands significantly Joined owtt by the Sr., grandmother of a Rainbow hours of 7:30: and 130. laub reported a count of almostone -
children birthitonei- uperb quality guaranteed-crafted by member. Assisting the hostesses were hundred fifty Sandhill BAG WEBBS
fine jewelry makers The dinner was a covered dish Mrs. Chuck Wlnn Mrs. Feltod cranes In the pasture west of

See It TodaySee -::".untiMIt MrtMmi dining affair, served room buffet at the style Masonic. In the Miss Ricks Beverly-Mrs. Sue Etherton.Stephens and. record Moore Haven number.. on Plans Hwy 27 were 7. a APPLES .__.. ... 4 lb. 39g RICE ....... .__ 5 IBs. 69

the gleam and glow of those.
Hall. Dianne Rackstraw returned
big one-fourth carat synthetic CAN
MINOT -SAUCE
thanks before the meal and

white birthitonei green for for May:April flawleu rich, deep diamond rubvred emerald-blue for :e.ew-:=rd c ,afterwards Mother-Daughter Jan Brantley alphabet led con Ina Rehearsal dinner is given for PEPSI COLA. 3 cans 29l CRANBERRY... can 19J

teaL The winning team was
July-a different gem lor each ,
child for each month of the yearl wws asday f Donna Morrison and her mother White-Swayne wedding ROSEDALE No 2ft Cons 4SOs. UBBrS CAJi
See the cool radiance of real gold! a zv ii Mrs. Earl Morrison. partyA
See ii It, give it-*he'It cherish it :(for IL aMa"taM L MM Oilb Suzanne Peers, worthy advisor PEACHES ... .2 cans 490 TOMATO JUICE can 33*
a lifetime erMnwn welcomed the Mothers anda dinner party at the Clewls' Swayne, B. Carlton White, Rev.
ma IN brief program was presentedIn ton Inn Friday evening honored and Mrs. Henry H. Ford. :Miss PALM RIVER VIENNASAUSAGE..4cans
their honor in the,assembly members of the wedding part Cheryl Lee, Miss Judy Vann, GRADE A LARGEEGGS'
$25.00and room. Miss Sheila Carlton. accompanied ef B. Carlton White and Mia* Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swayne, Wm. '
Sandra Swayne, and precedethe K. Swayne Mrs 45c : doz. 49dPork
by Miss Aytes.;sang Morgan Tyson, _
up "Mother", and a specially prepared rehearsal of the wedding Miss Lyn Vaughn Mr. and Mrs
series of tributes_appropriate Attending were Miss Sandri John Branaman Miss Regina FIRST
to each station was pre Riggs, Miss Linda Juretle, Mr. CUT39c :
lb.
BOND STREET JEWELERS sented by the Color Station Of Dance Festival and Mrs. Tommy Jackson, and
ficers. son,Tommy, and daughter, Lyn. Chops
.
Mr. and Mrs. James CENTER COT
Croton leaves and autumn L. Owens, 59c
flowers were used In decorations planned by classMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Layman lb.
in the dining room and the Larry Cooper, Tom Moore, Carl
assembly man.BITHDAY Barbara Comrle's dan Anthony Mr. and Mrs. H. T. I
The demand for fat log pupils will present a Christmas Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Abner H. VALUE
Dance Festival In Sugar TENDER
Vann Mrs. Frank Jacobs, Mr.

and stocker ham. 3-Don Eltt. Prewltt Wayne GREETINGSDec. ,Hodges Henry,Pel-H. of land December Auditorium 15th on; all the proceed evening! and and Mrs.Mrs. H A. C.L. Thompson Stephens, Mr.and Sliced BACON 3 Ibs. $1.00FRESH BEEF LIVER __.___ lb. 29c

from admissions will go to lien Mrs. June Ro.ch.IIOSPITAL.
cattle is heavy V. Turner dry General Hospital. Thclass's > GROUND '
Dec. 4-Alicia deArmas, Cynthia special project is to pur4 NOTES WESTERN

j Buy only the Bolton, Jack Burt Jackie chase a movie projector for the| Patients! discharged Ollie HAMBURGER.. 2 Ibs. 99c NECK BONES. 2 Ibs. 25 4
Jackman, J o h n 1 e Jack.on.Carol hospital. ; Balentlne, Ona Henry. Edward

Ann Twlddy, Kenneth The dancing pupils are ally Holly, Lynda Gunter, George GA. GRADE A WHOLE
cattle want -
you Stiles Clewlston residents, and Mrs> Johnson, Betty Jo Wiggins, Willie WILSON'S CANNED
Dec. 5-J. E. Beardsley, JohnC. Comrie believes their presents Lou Furnaqura. Jane Jackson FRYERS
j
Brantley Diehard Don Gld- tIon will be greatly enjoyed byj Tina Hendry Brenda Worn ..____ .. lb. 29* HAMS .. ___ 3 Ibs. $2.49'FRANK'S
dens, Vince Hendricks Pearl everyone The students are very act, Linda Gall Davis Lawrence
Herring. Jimmy Montgomery Interested In their hospital project ., Lee. William 0. Bass,
Dec 6-Grace Cornette and are hopeful of raising Vernalee Thlgpen Annette
-Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. Dec. 7-Evelyn Slkes. Jack WIllie a nice sum through their eve{ Wood, Patricia May, Casey Ballard -
Charles Simmons, Carl E. nIn,'. entertainment A movies Steven Black Glennls
Hornsby projector and more bassinets! Black Evelyn Herring, James
Dec. S-Irene Davis ClarenceW. for the nursery are the goals f Marshall Jr.. Katherine Taylor.
Stiles, Mrs. Ella Warren, "Perhaps those who find it Patients remaining Ole
Janice Finuff Marsha Heub- Impossible to attend will still Oaughtrey. Clara Broadrick, R.
ner, Mrs. A. C. Meske obtain a ticket In order to donate J. Tyler Ethyl ,Tyler, Redding
GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET Dec. 9-Evelyn Davis. Charlotte to the fund", said Mrs. James Blount, Luis J. Luis, HJ],.
Stokes Bill Baker, MikeBrantley Comrie. da Armour, Andrew H. Cruz, Grocery g2d Market
Donna Sullivan Norma Alonso, Franklin Tim-
Ob... I1a.I 10 Clarence Benbow, A.
rbrae WY MOZS Belle Dec. mons, Jr., James P, Lanier,
J. Rlchaud Joyce Hancock Bert Turner. Margaret HOME OWNED AND OFEKATKDWKDELIYZB
Howard,
PH. TU Mill
Jesse P..more.i /TKST7VU Lorene Clemou.0 !: m TU yawl
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Clewlsto, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

Thursday December S. 1964

C ADS


Kelly Gay Walker, Mike Williams

-,. Parents attend and Walt Hope. :Mr*.
wALTERATIONSHenn Loyas Barton Mrs. Hilton Williams ,
,.,nW RATES: roar HOUSE FOR SALE-Complet!: FOR RENT One bedroom and Mrs detli Mann are ,

O/ word per lDIertioD. 70tiI ly furnished Large Florida end Trailer 117 per week. Lights Pack meetingNinetyeight the den mothers for Den 7. '.-_il' I ,
i per JnlInurn cbarae: lour !Idforpr room and carport. 609. E. Trini Z-*064-water furnished. Phone YU L. C. Hunt presented achieve '
% lIIe price of thNLrBONE dad. Phone 2-3641. arc tic Cub Scouts and meat award to the cubs and ,
I
tfJI FOR the attendance flag of the month 1'1
yUkon 31201fm FOR SALE 2-bedroom house RENT 2-bedroom traflwlde and oth- parent attended the regular went to Den 7. I,

with Fla. Room, carport, Can ers YU 10 31831.feet furnished. er alteration don for you monthly meeting of Pack 619 at The meeting was closed with I.:
whole ramrisale screen porch aluminum awn Vc Call YU 27521. Decl7c the Sugarland Auditorium Mon a ceremony la which all the ,
the .,.. ings Fenced back FOR day night where each of the I
/ cub and
yard.
II Low said "
., RENT-Occupancy parent the Lord'sPrayer :
..... 04 In one BABY SITTDfa : den had exhibits. I"
11f.
ap down piymeat, 533 W. Alverdei week 3-bedroom brick home led by Cubmaster A. C. I
: en.&al 1aealN.. Ave., YU 32741. Decj on West Alverdez. Mrs. Mary Walton. The theme of the month was EUlion.! i
rdmrais .f Ibe Newl Bowden Phone Beryl 1842. "Cub Scout Genius" and the :
r... .... FOR DALE: Two bedroomhouse. YU 2-5471 YU 3-1201 day, den exhibited their product of
.. 1300. evenings Dec3c i Parents invited 'tt
i adore WedDNo Payments US per AH OUNCEMN 1 [ handcratt. r'
,. month W. D. King ttc FOR RENT--bedroom .
trailer The
opening ceremony was '
111. FOR SALE-2-bedroom house. with large room added Call (Copr. LAIService n-Itl conducted by Tony Ellison who to conference "

ft block: from elemeDtal'7IdIooL YU 2-3252. Uc BLUM & SONS : read a poem entitled "Defini Parents of Clewiston Public '

I. Shown by appointmentonly. FOR RENT-small house. Fur. Very Best Work.We "T EASY BUT: I FINALLY GOT tion of a Cub Scout" The program School students are Invited toParentTeacher -, "I

Phone YU 3-6371. DeclOc fished or unfurnished, $35 ESTATE OX TO GIFT WRAP 'IT.? for the evening was presented Conference oaWednesday
Plastering, & by Den 7 and It wa call December 9, Ie'r'
LAND GREATER '171AIi3p6R FOR SALE-90x120 lot In Golf E.per month. See Mr*. Sloan, 433 Stucco-Free ed "Atomic Hat Show" The cording to Supervising Principal I
Trinidad
\' for houses, acreage.IM : view Subdivision. Call YU 2- IOIJ. or call H. P. John- Licensed ALC1JLV81Enlneerl scout modeled their conception C. J. Chapman. ,'if' f
We biv customer 4471 after 1 p.m. Dec24p Uc 3850 Lora of hats of the future. Reports cards were given out .
u Lilt your property with Fort calculate the num.ber Among the boys participating la yesterday and parents are Invited "'

1.3. Beardsley. Pb. UW1t. FOR SALE OR RENT4bed.room : ,MOBI. E HOMES tOI t SAlt ED 7-0171 or of blast that win com this program were: Cammy actually urged to avail '!, I
cement block house In from auto horns in a traffic Jam Agulre Philip Barton Henry themselves of the opportunityto
Clewiston. Call Belle Glad SLIP COVERS : 1 Ja equal to the sum of the Drake Keith Hodges Timmy discuss the progress of their :.
01'1' LAKE 996-
fIG ONOT WI'8 6668 for Information. tic FOR SALE OR RENT-10' 4T tom made. squires at the wheels.Harlem. Mann Jimmy! Martins David children with the teachers. ':"
Hch.
for .ale. 13.750 : two bedroom house trailer drapery and alip
i/i/ down 'bOO' Lan Call YU 3-2761. Free estimate
rI tie

j A20 Real W635 Estate tfo REAl UtA TE FOR'' RENt PARKER T. WILSON V.and- .Upholstery.Cotbern'i and sew Community News r: ii: I

FOR at
FOR RENT-Oae and two SALE 1955 Richardson ': "
JEf-two; bedroom CBS eoon. room trailer also largeshady bed house trailer 37. Call YU 2- LOST M ft TV. MRS JAMIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Zdltot: Phone YU 2-7831 ;
Co. Auth
MOODjJnSDEl 1236 .
bedroom frame, space City sewerage.No tic la atone. I.
pets. Clewiston Trailer Park. LOST-Black and call cRuam NEWS Greater Friendship Baptist Sorarland Slnrer Will GiveA
|,MKIIAGE. YU 3-2661. tie Rev. L. H. King, pastor Chrlatma Moaloal At J' I
; !: u available. months old. la 1M New Bethel A.M.I: _' Rev. L. Sunday School ':JO, Deacon Harlem AcademyThe i:
JOUR NEW J-BEDROOM. 2 FOE KENT ODe bedroom misceltousforSaleFOR I of 'Opossum". tic Holmes, pastor A. A. Beckton supU Sugarland Singers under \

.lift fame bom Hardwood bouM. Phone YU 2-8881. tic The Missionary Society of the Morning Worship _, 11:00 AM.. the direction of Dr. Vaughn will 1\

..... SALE-1960 Blue Thunderbird church celebrated their annl-" B.T.U. i..i..u.i..m.u..iiu... 5:45 P.M. give a Christmas Musical at 1 I.
fHA HOMES in Broward.MB JACK ADAMS 1957 V-8 Ford 2-door versary Sunday: Nov. 29. The Evening Worship ,....... T P.M. Harlem Academy School December I,
leach and Dade eounnrloui -' new paint and interior. Call Pat president and officers were In Weekly Reminder I, at I o'clock P.M. :
ibM and prlew. McElroy, YU 3 531. Dec24c charge of the service throughout Monday 7 P.M._ Senior :Missionary The admission: 20c for elementary gilt"
FOR RENT-Furnlibed apart the day. At I p.m. the following
and Circle No. 1 will students 30c for high {,
CWT.-FJdelendN and ments. 824 Concordla Ave. REGISTERED CITRUS TREES program wa rendered: meet school students and Me for

available.: YU,3-6675. tic FOR SALE-Ready: to go. J. Selection _, ,, Congregation 1:30: P.M. Junior Women So- adult
..gjet u M. Tcmliiuoo, Ooa Fla. PhoneRE52786 Prayer clety meets This affair is being sponsoredby I
MOTELS FOR RENT One bedroom I
APARTMENTS Trailer. Not In trailer tie Selection Audience Tuesday ?.. S::30 Youth Choir the Glee Club of Harlem ,I
vacant lot to relict park.) ...
DM I, *) Welcome Address Mrs.
and Youth Usher rehearsal Academy. Miss A. E.: O. Thomas
Call YU 32403.
** lor an fcurpo e*.'Variou tic P R E-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. Carelle Xeddlck Wednesday 7 P.M. Choir and Mrs. V. R. Rawla are ,

,..Teraaa.jrm1'I4EN1'. TWO BEDROOM: TRAILERS ortrall.r Electric guitar outfit with 1' TIle Occasion _, Mr*. Ather. No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1rehearsal the sponsor.
INCOME: : free lessons and music. ,
AND 1129 50. Mathi
space for rent. FairGround FOR General announcement to parent :
ftpppBTL Trailer Park. Phone No money down. Holdridge Mu Musical Selection Mr*. Lottie Thursday 7:00: P.M. Prayer *: Report card will be Issued ', II
Ktfcll ,3-3044. tie sic. No. Francisco, YU 2-4781. An alamlnom HONE Williams meeting and Bible study Dec. *, 1964 from 1,393:00: : .. '1
MONTHLY: RENTAL. Kaat DeclOc and screen History .._ Mrs. Delia Tobias Friday 7:00 P.M. Choir p.m. and 1:00-1:00: : p.m. at liar ,
{CBS construction. 125,000. FOR HENT-Trailers and Trail FOR SALE-Baby. bed In room trailer & Solo Mrs. Ethel Faulk No. I and Usher Board No. 2, lem Academy. School. ,
low Interest, very Reading ... ....,. :Mr. Elbertha
UBG TERM er spaces. Royal Palm Trtfler good condition '20. Phone YU Oecnpaaey ,1 ? rehearsal A. A. Thomas ,
Inn cane, grove and ranchHtpiM Park. Phone YU 32603. tic 27724. ito or early Blackmail Saturday ( P.M. -. Women' principal :
minimum $50,000. COMPLETLY Short Talk >__?. Mrs. Fannie Chorus rehearsal 7 P.M., ''I
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR RENT Three,bedroom SELLING OUT Appaloosa porch Davis Teachers' meeting Harlem Academy HUh School I'

Pall talk over your Real CBS house, unfurnished Call horses and ponies. K. R. Wkk- Reading .. "Tbe Chronology of 19444SBaaketban _,'. '
butt problems with us, we YU 34901. Decl7c burst Phone YU 2-7605 or see GREG ( ) Christ" Mrs. J. S. Gajadha Schedule '
on SR 832, Clewiston. Ito Short Talk Rev. Lee Jenkins CAD OF THANKS Lincoln Park :
at; to help 7011 Wtft FOR JUCNT-3 and 3 room forlushed YU Academy, Ft.Pierce ,
W wish to lncere
I helped! hundred. Selection No. 1 Choir New express our Dec. 7, 1964 ,1 I';'
apartment Phone 2- STUDENT: MODEL Accordionwith thank and deep apprecis'lion
J. M. LANKFORDIn Bethel A.M.E, Westward Jr. High West Palm
leal Estate Brakcr 1171 Ifs 6 tree lesson $' .50. No Selection No. 2 Choir .. New to our many friends who Beach Dec. 14, 1964Lillian J I
money down. Holdridge Music ; responded to the call of our surprise I I ;,
._
2-bedroom Bethel A.M.I: Brown, Wauchula _
lilt Sugarland Highway FOR RENT two I'
General North Francisco YU 2-1781. If 150 Offering Mrs. Ather Mathl birthday party.; lln.'1. 1965 ::1 i
Oh Auto and boas, tarnished See Mr* -
We Indeed Mr.
to
DeclOc Iota and Mrs T. J. Sander are grateful Murray High. Stuart
Iniuranee V. Fielder Hwy. west of dewIston. '
liirt ,ria. PH. TO sslaBusiness Dec3c ALL MAKES a" USED TV In ODe of Remarks By the president, Mr C. T.. Brown T. Mrs.for E.:their Jones and ____ I... 15, 1965 1, I'i I
Moody planning -
Mr*. Grace Collins and others Booker T. Waahb *+o. Moore
S E:T S. Guaranteed,, $1115 ?
down, SlUt.en vooth. LAn masonry byoaIy.. Presentation of visitors Mrs. and cooperation In keepLag Haven I... IS 1965
It and
a secret again we
APPLIANCE CO YU 3-7151. tic Carrie Reddick Bethuae High immobile -
on Doxology and Benediction say "Thanks" to all that were (Homecoming) Jan. 29. lIeS.J'Iorlda
I Directory present and. brought gift In .
FOR SALE Orchids-Bloom Boys: School Okeecbobe -
leg, $3 & $5. Other $100 each. plea eluding those who were unableto Jaa. 27,1965 ,
Fireball polnsettlas. Colborne'i be present and lent their Douglas High Key West ,,...... ,

Nursery Highway 27. Dec24e ? gifts. _.._... Jan. 30, 1965
JOHNSON) CARS SEPTIC TANI Family Growing May the Lord bless each and Carver High. Naples _____
SALES AND SERVICE FOR SALE: Parakeet $2.00 J. M. Hwy.:1 I an of you.Respectfully __ Feb. 10. 1965

IMt. lead MS. Berth PLUMBING up. Mynah bird. African love Dunbar High, Fort Myer __.
birds. monkeys, cages, supplle More Room? Mr*. Vera Mae Brown __'_'N_ Feb. 15. 1965 f
fat tnniporUtlon for your Mack Curry OR 5-2039 Pet boarding Thompson Wild and CONFERENCE GAMES '
money LoBell, Florida Animal Farm Phone YUkoa 3- HENDBY Mr*. P. E. Crenshiw Greater Glade Invitational '"

Ui aide! of Must 123$. tf* MOBILE Tournament Jaa. I & f, 1965 I
house 414 W.
Across from at Obispo CLUB NEWS II I
FOR SALE or tradeRouseboatSuriside
Tw rue RiIsrCARITHERS GOULD BROS. ( Six Adventurer) 38. otf V 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2-car Sewing

for property-- Give or take dif Lorje and shoproom. Johnson Cars :
See at Clewis- log for the year 1964. Saturdaynight
( PAINT STORE ference 5995. ity mobile
Slot Hood 832. South
Dec3c December 5, at the homeof
ton Marina Clewiston. sonablo lots 150 by 135 feet the president Mrs. Suite Moat lor
RADIO and TT LJeene4 CoatraeUn ......* pPEC transportation your
C. M. WIESENFELD BY OWNER FOR OWN HOME Beckton. It 1 la Important that money this tide of Mlamil I
IUD WRB 8EIYICB' nEB ESTIMATES New 1965 sale each member be present W* ,1
at $12,500
P R ECHRISTMAS!: SPECIAL. room' Wxlff. are looking forward to seeing
AIIIPP\'OVed\ credit card Jlltf K. SogarUnd Hwr. Upright piano with It free PHoM YU an of you. .,

welcome hen. Than* YU l 34111 lessons & music. $195. No money $69.25 per under appraised value Mr*. Annie Jones Julia's

down Holdridge Music, North reporter
ARRANGED
| MBdg, 108 Bond Et"we FOR Francisco. YU 2-4781. DeclOc Beauty Nook :
SEE TO
YU 34441 Thankaitifaf Day fa a FOB THAT NEW LOOK ;I j
-- BOTTLpGASAppliances STUDENT MODEL GUITAR J. E. Gobble! Gobble.. Gobble Tinting Styling; Cutting No 's: I
.
Bob Overholfa with 4 down.free lessons.Holdridge$37.Music 50. No HOUSE Beardsley The welfare project committee Appointment, Friday and '
money
Francisco. YU 2-4781. & REAL: ESTATE BROKE of Hendry: County progressive Saturday
TRAILER SALES Sales-Service North DeclOc '. teachers association of Far W_...... CaB Mill
HEW! and TO l S-7M1 which Mr*. Bertha Ono Chairwoman Mr. Ida Sato, rreacieter .
USED I
515 Central Avenue POWER() GASCORPORATION FOR SALE-In good condition 5 Bedrooms had another successfulyear I II,
In the
200 AMP welding machine, Furnished on giving of Thanksgiving
Phone YU 31831WALDRON'S portable continental engine; North of boxes.
-- burning torch gauges, hose Perfect for Daniel Elementary School of LOST I'
other welding accesorles LaBelle Fla. and Harlem Academy
and
YU 3-3101 all for $800 See Henry Carver High School of Clewiston, Pair oi ST. gla **a.. In "1 ;
South Clewiston close to Bat $ Fla., participated cooperatively. brown cos*.Pindar pIoM f'
[ "MS AND GROCERIES dues Store. Dec3p Each teacher submitted a box contact ,
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of food to needy families. Eleven
Asa* 1.111. to 1 PolL ; Abstract c.. FOR SALE-36"! Caloric gas boxes of food were diatribe Elite Cafe

U to S range 14ft c. ft refrigerator for sale in uted throughout Hendry: County. .. ;
p.1IIo TItle Alletl'aot.-'I'I&Ie InsuranceLaBeOe.FU. S pc. sectional couch with end : Royal: Department Store 2-7631 or L. C. HORACE ":; ,
52 Dan a Wick tables bed with box springs added the final touch of the Hoi- I
Cogp EVERY 1'. O. BenOlanf 645 dresser III heater platform 309 W. Iday season by giving a box of r : I
r. 'l'VSDAn: : ) e 54ZU rocker, 5 piece dinette set All YU : Haven clothing and toy*. W* hope that HarleinIub I
lour 8pur esot Memeat in good condition.: Call YU 2- we nude each needy family feel
4 4941. Ito that com one csres. W* would Favorite Mttad Drtaka.Tried
1I11ea East of Q.wW like to live special thank to Chicken. Ftoh. Hamburger

..........!va !!eachCattlemea EVINRUDE the students of Daniels Elementary and other o did Sandwiches Muate "'
70 lots zoned School and Harlem Acrd.cloy Popular< Band

.[ Sale and ServiceNew ACREAGE FOR SALE houses! helped, and to the make many our parent Thanksgiv who Mr. and Pn0e5alers..... Win WaBaea

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< Woe .. eeewsEgsM aced Used Metes Been talking & thinking
: 1fIGI ..... ... MartM HardwareParU of ? in residential Happy: Holiday Season I ,
Jew III.... ...... and Aearle* small tract acreage area Hilton's Grocery I

1fIGI'ederal ....... Safety Kel* BM4rfcea "We have just what you paved streets! Sugarland RUMMAGE Chapter: SALE Order of Oreoeria Vegetable..Train Cold Drtaka.Meat. Eaaattal *.. .A'I. 'I,

Land Bank YOkM. S4S11 Eastern Star, CUwtston. will nana
20 ACRES hold a Rummage Sale on Fri W* appreciate. ) year '
UewM' Wt1II R. E. WALDRON day and Saturday in the former .e*. peer'I': I

\ k,1MY'L Cleared Fenced. Grass Carrie beauty Mitchell parlor location Building.In the ... an4 Mr Panuww.Iterate '

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Home delivery
OF 'THE HLUH BEKALD Road to property $18.00

am* Electric Call Bobby GiddMlI WILL GROW ANYTHINGPrice per mo. Elite Cafe and Grocery >:

are right. Also while price is low I NEW LOCATION I
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CeatrleUq All Apene? 5 .. 640 acre tracts Contact and Fourth Streets 1i ,

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clcwlston, Florida tide the carton in case: the out- Marine Force.: Atlantic, along Groceries stock Jones, chaplain were In the Tax
Eight in ServiceFORT Marines group.
er covering: cornel oft Boys with a battalion of Spanish assessor
1964
Thursday, December 3 The Postofflce Department In land in a mock assault on some 1,000 itemsHow Clewlston members plan to
Washington predict: that a rec-: BLISS, Texas (AHTNC) beaches in Southern Spain. enter a contest being sponsored attends seminar
hand. ord seven billion pieces of mall -Army Capt. Charles L. Smith, The assault force landed by many food items does by the James F. Lincoln: Are Mrs
his
Clewiston man'sbrother electrical burn native on of Winter will move through the postal son of Erskin-Smith, dewliton, landing craft and helicoptersfrom your grocery stock: which: Welding Company In which lor and LUcllle: Small tax
: Brasjcll. a Dale
in Dunnellon system during the peak rush Fla., was assigned to the U.S. a U.S.-Spanlsh fleet of 94 weren't there fifteen years ago? prizes totaling $15,000 in worth ant, Small her
Park, had lived vessels including: ships of the will be awarded. There will be were in TaUabass
Christmas.The
r His widow just before Army Air Defense School: at More than 1000. week
for a number of years. post office supplies free Fort Bliss, Tex., Nov. 4. U.S. Military Sea Transport Service non-food 276 winners nationally. They attending the four
and twodauhters consider nual
if
BrasseU And :
killedDonald Mary and chartered of theU.S. you will win. seminar for
of charge "local": and "outoftown" : ships prizes ranging from $25 tax ass
Donnell and Theresa Captain Smith is an operations Items, too as detergents, officiate: The Tax
bands which Merchant Fleet"Steel to $500, the awards being based Auel'o
; his mother, Mrs. Ruby R. separation officer in the school's Low soaps, paper products, and oth- soclation and the
Brassell, 34, brotherof will help move the mall faster. Pike" again demonstrated on essays written by the con- state co
Brassell, all of Dunnellon, survive Altitude Mlislle Department.He of U.S. and ers-then one-half of the items ler, Ray E. Green,
the ability testants.
Gordon Brassell of Clewistonand along with a third broth The bands, which: are wrapped entered the Army in August stocked today did not exist even eon the seminar. iolnoy
H. S. (Harry) Brassell, Jr., er, 0. W. Brassell of Lakeland. around bundles of mall, can: be 1954 and was last stationed in Allied amphibious forces to rap- 10 years ago. pale McCall
formerly of Clewiston, was kill picked: up either at the post office Korea. Idly place large numbers of Just how choices do Mope than 250 assessor
many
ed Saturday morning in St. Petersburg or from mall carrier troops with all their equipmenta deputy assessors of Fin
The 31-year-old captain: Is s and maintain them for as you have? Lions entertain tended the
shore
possibly from an electric Plans underway. December 5 is the suggested session, held
shock. deadline for mailing out-of-town graduate of Omaha (Neb.T University long as necessary. It also trained A good sized supermarketstocks House chamber: in the
(Continued from Pace 1) package: Postal officials fay His wife, Mary, lives in the forces of both countries up to 6,000 different food ladies tonight building. Governor Bryan
Brassell, an employee of the El Paso, Tex. This American
gives Comptroller
not to worry about mailing in conducting: : joint operations.Hornsby products. Greene
Florida Power Corporation was 1. Find last year's Christmas housewives the widest selectionIn Clewiston Lions Club will ad
packages: too early-Just mark Is serving with Ma- entertain the body on the
working in the company's Ban.tow list. If you don't find it, or them "Don't Open Until Christ' rine Medium Helicopter Squadron the world. their ladies tonight at a day. ODeDini
Plant on Weedon Island didn't have one, make one up. mas." Marine Lance Corporal Paul 261. Second Marine Air dinner meeting at The Clewis
when, apparently, he came in 2. Make sure that all addresses When packing a gift, it Is advised Cato son of Mr. and Mn. W. craft Wing, Marine Corps Air ton I1 D.
line. Pine-
contact with I power are correct.: remember that the package : J. Cato, 119 Balboa Place, and Facility (New River, N.C.) His Deeds recordedRealty There will be no luncheon
Bas. County Medical ExaminerDr. 3. Wherever possible add the may be shipped on the bot- Private First dais Richard: B. unit was used during the. "ver meeting of the club: today. Glades Roofing I
R. A. Brewer said there
what to be ZIP code to the addresses on tom of a mall sack: and there Hornsby, son of Mr. and Mrs.H. tical envelopment" phase of the transfers recorded at AB Types of bar tj
was appeared an the list. Because: ZIP codes: may be heavier package on E. Hornsby, 421 West Ven- sea assault This is the technique the Clerk's office this week Include PROSPECTIVE) CUBSA Sheet Metal Welt j
speed your mall always include top. And just to be on the safe tura Ave., are now Visiting ports of transporting combat: : New CxutrncUw J
D. N. CURRY the code: for your area In in Europe following taking and behind and wife to meeting of Interested =spilt
side, packages: should be insured. part ready troops over F. D. Tompkins parents Jobs
Graveside services were held return addresses. in the training exercise known enemy lines to stop supplies Mattie I*. Richards and bur in having their boys become Phone 2-711
In Ortona on Tuesday afternoon 4. Determine your list of gift as operation "Steel Pike." and reinforcements from reaching band, a portion of the WV4 of Cub Scouts will be held at eight Day ]
for D. N. Curry, 78, of 214 S. purchases which must be mall- The operation saw 28,000 Marines the beaches where the main Black: 25, City of LaBelle, state' o'clock Monday at Sugarland P. 0.ar Erenhn
San Benito, Clewiston who died ed. Such: planning allows you to Contract awardedto of the Second Marine Division assault Is taking place. stamps, 30c. Auditorium, reports Cubmaster CLEWISTON'Box 141
after a long illness last Friday.A shop early when selections are Second Marine Aircraft: Cato is serving with Headquarters Alfred B. Burke and'wife of A. C. Ulllson. ,
native of Kiistmmee Mr. greatest and you can: stock up Wing and Force Troops, Fleet and Maintenance Leon Co.. Florida to Ivan P,
Curry had been employed for on mailing materials in ad deepen riverA Squadron 24, Second Marine Air. Hall and wife, LaBelle Lots 76,
some years by the U.S. Sugar vance. Be sure to purchase craft: Wing, Marine Corps Air 77, 78 and 79 of Plnecrest SID,
Corporation. He had been a resident enough materials so that pars Station, Beaufort, S.c. In "Steel South LaBelle. S3.60 state A new and
painter
of Clewiston for 20 years. eels: can: be packed: securely.: contract for the removal of Pike" his squadron provided stamps; 11.65 federal stamps. paperhanger
Survlng are his widow, one Slas emphasized that poorly about 10 million cubic yards of administrative, maintenance and Louis E. Cramer, Hendry Co.,
son, three daughters and four wrapped and loosely packed cartons earth from the Caloosahatchee supply support for Marine air to Charles P. Cramer, Huntsville whom we recommend for I
grandchildren. The son la Dennis are the major cause of parcel river channel: from the eastside units. Ala. Lots 86, 11, 96, 97 and
Curry, an enlisted man in post damage. He also suggested of the Fort Denaud bridge 98 of Plnecrest SID South La- !
work
the U.S. Navy stationed at that the address be written to a point two miles east of the Belle, 1.50 state stamps; 55c quality interior or exterior
Charleston, S.c. The daughters on only one side of the. exterior LaBelle bridge has been awarded HARDserviced federal stamps.
are Sharon. Carolyn and Christine wrapping and that a duplicate by the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Chamber. U.S. Sugar Corp to Ola Spur- You will be pleased with
Curry. address be Included: In- (Continued from Page 1) liD, Hendry Co., Lots 13 and 14.Blk. ,
The dredging. Is expected to 10, City of Cl wiston,' $6.00
Improve the Caloosahatchee as to be built in the area in the state stamps; 12.20 federal his expert painting and
.-.: a floodway channel: from Lake future. stamps-
Okeechobee. .to the Gulf of Mrs. Pam Moody., owner' and
Mexico. tact m. today! manager of,the local credit' bureau paperhanging.call .
The Bauer Dredging Company outlined the bureau's. operation
Sugar males of Fort Lavaca: Texas was the and explained its service ,FFA news -
tow bidder for the work at $2168,760. ,.
Abner H. ,
to the community.Attending
break anEnergybreak The Clewiston Chapter of the
Western
any Contracting.:
the meeting were Future''' Farmers -of America
Corporation of Sioux City, Iowa Vann
President Carroll Benson,>.>b- participated in the. recent Clew ,
was second: low bidder at $2.- TOWNPaint
a 252.636. The stretch Involved in Ph. ner HJ Vann, Ross LaByer, iston High School Homecoming
the deepening six miles long. Thomas H. Jones, Jr.,-Wm..fL parade. Several of the officers
e YU ,.25971STATl'MRsT Lanier, S. C. Fry, Ken Swayne, rode In the parade with the
John, Ellington, Moye Bishop, F.F.A. Sweetheart, Barbara &
Raclcot Miss Charlene Jones, Ward. Dave McCaU drove the Hardwar
:
High Style S SHOES ..... ,... _
Frank in convertible loaned
-* Miss MarjorleDaughtrey. group a new -
High Style SHIRTS Lbsl.tteakls kasa tr0asl .. Thompson,' J. E. Beardsley, !! by- Chuck Wells Motor Company Sugarland Hwy. Phone YU
I, Sins/ $...... n....:n Mrs. Beryl Bowden, Mrs. Stella Harold Jones, the oranIzatlon' 3-1U
suj9u -<3- Pirkle and Mrs. Pam Moody. treasurer, and Terry
AL'S ARMY STORE

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