The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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to the used jolly fellow who will sit on the Following the feasting and the "

I corner of Sugar- apron of the truck. visits with Santa, the children i .i

It is hoped will go to the Dixie Crystal ...J :4: r
!i4 Ten o'clock in the morningwill theatre,
ears will be in Just across the street "
: rd the please of be ice cream eating Urn to watch a string of cartoons W,
; at the lot and it is expected that All is free. .
a heavy consumption will have Robert Kelly It chairman of ?
r' t be roped off on taken place by the time Santa the Lions committee in charge .' ;
and the chil arrives. Abner Vann Is in chargeof of the affair, assisted by Venn, .
a line so that procuring: the ice cream and Harry Lee, Lou Tydlngi and r 1\\.
his turn with the he plans to have enough for all. Calvin Walters ,

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of Hendry County and merica', Sweetest Town" .1, ''i 1

24. 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 149.3, P.M. Subscription $4.00 year '/
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I : iJ recruiting effort .1,.

13* ALL YE FAITHFUL-Father-- Clark" Hunt-.I 15> irrod in readiness for the : by department ; !

Igmag.!) Vicar of' St Martin EpUcopoli step in the sacred ceremony. The ;;

i the scripture as he will on robes of the Episcopal ministry ore .r
,toa moron* Acolyte Corky Dor- larly appropriate (for this most described! as Four of these teams will be the ability of the network of "j''s' I ;

11 Father Dormant ton and Frank day of the Christian calendar. : recruitment assigned to Florida, a like number more than 1900 public: employ "..! 1 ,'
-STAFF to secure to California, three in Tex- ment services offices upon the \ ';
workers to fill as and one in Arizona. problem of temporary farm labet $ I: I

; Jobs" Is State agencies Involved are supplied in specific areas at j j
by the U.S. being requested to schedule a specific time. '
services 5)v Labor under the meetings immediately with In. ,
music ; rr t
Worship of Labor dividual employers and employer "The federal-state employ 1 :
associations whom they expect ment service system Is deter- I
; to request workers during mined to assist in every waypossible r '
sugar Industry '
in meeting seasonal labor _
the .
next few months.These
; In the Wins demands The of '
success ; ,,jour
esidents Christmas leaders of this meetings will take up efforts will depend unpon :

eve long been cogni orders the development for domestic of detailed workers job the willingness of our employers .',
in which
: to offer attractive and
nui lay will be ushered Pastor H. H. Ford of Community traditional Christmas of workers have and reach agreements with regard working conditions, and the i,
4 worship and joyous mu- Presbyterian Church will the candlelight from the West to wages, transportation, willingness and availability of .
i wil Clewiston churchsOnstmas talk on the subject "The Light Senior Choir will ling domestic: housing and other working conditions qualified domestic workers to

eve Shines On." at the traditional them "0 Holy Night' by \ take these jobs, take agricultural jobs," WlrU ..
ifflui hymns will ring Christmas Eve services from 11 This is the annual on Dec SI Following these employer said. .,c.
KBdmjht at St. Margar- p.m. to midnight candlelight i e r v I c e 78 under which meetings, each task force will .. '
IMc Church where Fa- Mrs J. .H. Doty will play church nationals plan and carry out drives to recruit '
llcbirt A. Hostler will States year : every possible worker, State's r. i'i'
12*tot mm and give a farms," WlrU WlrU said sug

Kelly employees honor 'Top" mandatory that On Dec 2 In Miami Fred C.
ftbti will hold a Christ closely all Slkes, vice president In chargeof harvest is -':
imiervici of Holy Comit : : labor. We have personnel for the U.S. Sugar up I .
I 1.30 pm tonight at annual Christmas : assist agricul Corp, told a hearing called by r' I
ajl I with other Christaninationi party to obtain tem- the Department of Labor that Florida will harvest 7,119.000
Invited to at- and we the members of the Florida tons of sugar this year, an !increase ,i
I take part In the serv- E. E. Kelly, known to hun- at the annual Christmas the recruit Sugar Producers Association for of 2,423000 tons over k
dreds of South Floridians as of the Kelly Tractor : workers which he was speaking, had last year, according to the U,S.
'.avid A. Denslow, pastitbiiich employees of the company which employees at the Inn this goal, "always accepted as right and Department of Agriculture N.
( suggested that bears" Kelly, was honored by evening Intense effort have applied the policy that The department estimated '= ,
it this service would isle name by selection as The monthly company on all levels United States citizens must that Florida would cut cane'. ;
tioden" In the lives of "Employee of the Month" for tion 'Inside Track" regional and na have absolute priority for all from 226.000 acres compared ,1
''Hunt December Mr. Kelly, now retired cated to Mr. Kelly and sufficient jobs available wether the jobs with 150.000 acres last year. The
Qristmai activities as active head of the business pages are filled with \ seasonal .,rl- are vacant or temporarily filled yield per acre is expected to be Ili
1 are smoothly and the was completely surprised the popular founder of by foreign workersSlkes /' up slightly, from 312 to 315 :' j
1 nl teem m more 'right' when the revelation was made and of tributes to him. had directed his told the hearing that tons, department officials announced .,v I
*Wkivt worshiped on n are some family : of Em- the association maintained "an In their last production i
& ." Infant, as a forecast for the :year, <\\I
be laid Kelly as an and IU Farm active and positive domestic recruiting ..
rta ancient tradition, Vegetable growers about six years, ai a \to work with af- program" worked out Louisiana, the nation's top .
"i be the first act of man, and as a mture : e Employment in cooperation with the Florida cane producer, is expected to .
J atStMarIIa'awhere attend meeting reminiscences of his an "emer State Employment Service and harvest 7,590,000 tons this year I c + t
the congregation nephews, Robert and '' for recruit the Bureau of Employment security. compared to 9,175.000 last year e
esker a half hour before Seventeen vegetable growers the managers of the ,. Orange production: is expected '
teal d the formal serv- and Industry representatives dircues attended West Palm Beach establish 12 mo "The Bureau is on notice," he to reach 81.600.000 boxes, a '1
a ear a meeting held to of Interest not only big increase last '
to ling Christmas full comprising said "that we stand ready to a over :year's "
various aspects, of the vegetable of- employees of the to begin the re- actively recruit domestics in production of 98,300000. Grapefruit .' I
ants win be r-i industry at the office to all who know Mr. These teams any area it designates" tangerine and lime production :
sad to accomodate placed vlsi"Wtoflocktotheser. Ted Cello, H e n' dry County The dedication of the ( with Labor The WlrU announcement said also are ahead of last I
'" -. Agentcn Dec. It bet: "Inside Track" from na his department's plan would use :year. Sharp decreases are forecast .
"* "vein past years, They met with State Dr. Jim and the first copy offices sup the faculties of all the states in for the state's tobacco and > I'
Extension men
music bat been Montelaro Mason Marvel and Mr. Kelly at the Employment meeting seasonal labor needs of pecan harvest, fewer acres having I
tte choir under the Jim Brogden, and Experiment!! party white Saturday.flowers formed Green a t their sister states "It focuses: beeQ cultivated. 4 ,

I "". B W Shupe.r. Station worker Dr. Paul Everett for the head ;
sat choir of piece 'J.. j,
mistress. talks _
A After short by presented to Mr
IS were .
btpresched by Fakt the four speakers a question :; 0'( iI. .. --'
(Continued on Page ) .. : ;:;'1,1 _- [,
B Dorman. Vicar and answer session was held r. J .........---.- "
After the heaviest volume'' of
r Christmas mall Jn its history
r. --- 1 the Clewliton Post Office: is preparing !tl
to slack off with the coming k H
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of the holiday _
The post offWwiil be closed ,
1 on Friday and Saturday. Dec.
25 and 26. No deliveries will be '
made by city carriers on these
day but, rural route deliverieswill 'j
be made on Saturday.

Monday was a very heavy; day
and both; trucks: and cycling.
mailmen went out with maximum
loads.:Tile truck was not'

expected to complete its rounds
until after auk Relay storage
to you and yourst. boxes were being called_ into
play as were special: truck deliveries
to mailmen along their
We take pleasure cd this lime In beats

/ Although the post office will
expressing. our appreciation be closed on Saturday, several ,,1 r
functions will be carried on as
'r-- for your patronage usual under a directive Issued
1 by the Postal Department in
Washington. These Include the
distribution of mall to post office
News lock boxes at both the main \?
The Clewiston office: and an stations i delivery '
Clark of special delivery mall, perishable FLAG FOOTBALL CHAMPS The District
Andy row. Jerry Holouhek.
Greg Miller Cell
articles and S Florida Recreation .
Stalls gift pareels Association
Junior Keen
David ,
Beryl Bowden ; dispatch: of mall to, carrier Flag Football Tournament wa won by this second and Danny Shaffer
Ralph Damonrite stations.On ,CUwUton Reoreaton Deportment rows Cartlon Danny Shaffer
Alford team Earl Forshee Richard
Adams David the Saturday after New"Year' which defeated TlruarUIe 29-0 Murphy William ,
on 5 Nararro
Christiansen Billy Eden
Bernice and Freddie
Day the post office will It wo the fourth year la a row Clewtston I
Roy WIlcoxt' resume its normal schedule. host won the tournament Shown on. STAFF PHOTO : ;,
Crawford area front
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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewUton Florida 0 0 0 0000000.000000.0'.00. ,
Section A Thursday December 21. 1964 0 o
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THE CLEWISTON\ NEWS THIRTY TEARS AGO after an Illness of several ; : i\i : I T r

(From Clewlston News months Mr. Leydlg had livedIn ,
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Cbwt tea, December 21. 1 34) Clewlston since 1929. }d Mrb' s fart ;
Florida by The aewiiton New. Inc.. a Florida Corporation., Mr and Mrs. L. c, Redlsh announced David Thomas, a C.H.S Junta -
Entered ai Second Clasp Matter February 1. 1927. at tN the marriage of their was feted by his classmatesat t 1 1s
Port Office In Oewistoo. Florida, under th. Act of Congress CII l daughter. Doris to Manning a farewell party.: He had enlisted I ," ..Y la1y fIt
March g. 1S79. Carter The surprise ceremony in the U.S. Navy and was
S-ibscriptkM. Rates __ $4.M per year took place in Moor Haven leaving for active duty.
:\,:O-4: (Return Postage Guaranteed) dewlston and other areas It-..! a
'" around Lake Okeecnobee faced TEN YEARS AGO a
-,1. BERYL BOWDEN. Christmas with a bleak appear (From Clew...... News t
In 1 Publisher ance. A bitter cold had frozen December 21. 1954))
\It waawa a. i at\lR/Q4 the vegetable crops, damagedcane
S. H. STALLS.' The Methodists
o 0 and denuded the trees announced
Q'-\J! Managing Editor yl Congressman I, Hardin Peterson that Bishop John Branscomb
"7ioN '" I Ig of Lakeland, visited Clew- would dedicate the Methodist
Iston friends sanctuary at services attendedby
NATIONAL' fDITOI'AL l A Christmas program at Rev. Scott Bozeman and
T school featured Lawrence Guth- Rev. John T. Adams, former
A2: :! rle. Nora Oglesby. Gloria Mc- pastors, Rev Clare M. Cotton, f ,4
Duffle Shirley Moon. Elizabeth Superintendent was to ,
Telephone: jJusiness and Editorial! Yukon 3-1201 Herb RhuneUe McGehee, Bobble assist in the service. ray ? "' ';WI
Advertising Rates er application. The management reserves Spicer, Peggy Gallant. Dick The school board purchasedland 1 1
the right to reject: any; objections advertisement! ie Patterson. Jack Moorman. adjoining the school property
THD NEWS ....BI.I no r..ponelblllt7 tb. rotors of an- Bill Owen, Jimmy Harrington for expansion of the elementary SeadouLQ
ollcltp' mi.nucKrlpt NEWS: aa.uma or photorr.ph.THK no financial. rwp ..lbllHr for typographical Althea Ford, Thelma Guthrie. school in Clewlston. ) 11u _
rrori or comrolMlon. In adTortlMtnrat but If not 1104 Mae Drew, an elementary teacher "A Christmas Miracle" was .
if oof or* th. nut IMU* of Ik. p p.r will reprint corrictlr PROUDLY DISPLAYING THE HANDIWORK OF THE To y"a
tot n-ror part* of .... .4v.rtlnm.nl .In which tbo error oocurr.4.iTlh. had planned the programand the recovery: of Jerry Lawrence, you qnd/ i i
.'. a tin,. .l.m.nt would under l th. eorrootloa valu.I.aR .- assisted with rehearsals. the 6th grade son of Mr. and FUTURE HOMEMAKERS are Gall Hall and Linda Carlton.
th. H.?.. will\ rl..... th. pr..... .f. total th. .d..rtl....oi.ni th. .rron.by as Florida National Bank Building Mri. C. M. Lawrence, former who assisted with making the wardrobe of the dolt used
of lh apses
eo.mount.. or .mlll.t aolpl ..pc.aea.d( L Corp., a subsidiary of the Clewlston teachers Jerry suffered 'Whams'
D u p o n t Interests, announced a cerebral hemorrhage so WALDRON MOTORS
plans to build a 12 million, IS severe that the delicate brain -STAFF PHOTO
story plus 2 story-penthouse operation, decided upon as a
NeedEditor's skyscraper In Miami to be occupied last resort, was performed with
World's Greatest Single
I by Miami Bank and out anaesthetic. The surgeons FHA Girls award doll in projectThe
Trust Company. It was to be and D erenb .rue. J erry's re-
the first skyscraper built in the covery: to a miracle and parents Clewlston Chapter of Fu- ey making project, and the doll
( Note: For the 10th consecutive year this news- state in eight years wrote appreciatively of the have chosen Mr. and Mrs Bern- and its wardrobe was.won by "
paper Is publishing a Christmas editorial by Loyal Phil. prayers of many local friends. ard Carlin and Mr. and Mrs. W. "Chuck" Williams. The doll
lips, well-known Southern newspaper man now publisher twENTY YEARS AGO ture Homemakers of AmericaL must be claimed by Christmas. ,
of the Ocala Star-Banner. Mr. Phillips' editorials (From Clewtotoo News. Bars of Brantley, Jr. as chapter parents The doll is an annual projectof tI
soap may be used as
have become traditional with many newspapers in the December 22. 1S44) makeshift candleholders. It's of the year. the chapter The .girls purchase .
U. S. and Canada and are widely read and enjoyed by I. D. Leydlg, beloved 86 year easy to fit small candles Into The December meeting was a doll and sew its wardrobe -
thousands of readers who look forward to them eachyear' old resident of Clewlston. died the center of a bar.Jones' held at the Home EC department themselves. It was a very I
.) of the school Tuesday eve- extensive array of clothes and 6

>>}I!;} D "ZJ;' clog with Susan Schick president chairman accessories of the Anita committee Carlin was this
Starting like a faint echo In the hills of a remote Roman conducting: the business I
year other members were Mary
has become the most revolu- meeting
Province, the Christmas story
Fry Gail Hall, and Bar. t.
tionary challenge since time began.It Singing games) and refresh ban McLeod.
Is doubtful whether mighty Ceasor ever heard of menta were enjoyed at the closeof The chapter wishes to thank a
Mary and Joseph or of the good tiding brought to the Shepherds the meeting. The girls have the Toggery Shop for displayingthe
by the angel chorus. Yet the tender blessed event completed a "L i t t 1 e Miss doll and helping to make the
heralded by the Star of Bethlehem has proven to be more F.H.A. doll project as a mon project a success.
o revolutionary than the Hiroshima blast or Ranger Seven'strip

to the moon. ,
: Like baubles on our Christmas tree, In terms of infin-
ity; nuclear war heads and space rockets are man-made sonny sez. .
devices which will in time be supplanted and obscured.The ;
birth In the manger and the angel's message will affect
mankind throughout all eternity. What happened at The office force has certainly the evening Is a must. The dec-
Bethlehem represented a divine offer of peace and goodwill 11 enjoyed the carols and Christmas orations are beautiful and contain
not only in this age but for the hereafter. music provided in the late many hours of work.
Fortunately for this and all future generations, the afternoons by the First Baptist -.s-

promised Prince of Peace proved to be more than lust an 1 Church. The staff Is going to take along ...goof! mil toimrd mm!
oriental monarch and more than just a Jewish Messiah.He weekend after "double tim
was the Son of God and his gift to the world is immortal Alberto Morrell plucked another ing" to get extra pages out a Wishing
testimony that there is -a generous living Creator feather for his bonnet this day early. As announced in last you a bright, happy holiday,
week as h was named the
on week's News the office will be
who feels deep concern for the welfare of all mankind.It third team of the Little All-state closed Wednesday night until
is proper of course that we celebrate the birth of our high school football team by the next Monday morning. Anna Mae Jones Administrator
Savior with music, with gifts and with fellowship. How Miami Herald To be named -Is-- ,
ever, this Christmas let's probe deeper into the Christmas among the top 33 players in the From our house to your house, Hendry General HospitalWishing
story for guidance In handling our present problems at f entlr state is quite; an honor. ire wish )you a very happy holiday ,.
home and around the world. Beyond the lights, the carols -is.- season . itI
and good cheer, but what can Christmas bring to the mod- ': My attention was called to the
: theatre program during this
em world? OLD GLOVE USE

Our troubled world heeds 'many things today but yule Theatre season. at Doc the Koch Dixie has Crystal come Use old discarded ......._ _4 .
one thing we need above all else Is good will, the kind >> D up with a variety Last Man pot holders. They will gloves give as
of good will mentioned by the divine messenger over the you
on Earth Pajama Party..Ghost protection for both the front and
Palestine hill tops. Today we find bitterness between nations JII ""' "IIICINIC WiiTOPHANK'S '<<""ICICIIICIGIC""""'" Chasers and First Man on the back of your hands and makeit *

and between races between labor and manag- Moon plus a special show easier tor reaching deep Into
ment between liberals and conservatives and bitterness for the kiddies Christmas eve. the oven. It is also a good way Yo
between neighbors. -as- to use a perfectly good glove
Perhaps we are forgetting that the sacred promise of For those who haven't a when the other one to a pair
peace which came during the holy night at Bethlehemwas leisure ride around Clewiston In gets lost.

directed to men of good will.
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tb The Christmas story carries a message of brotherhood "R
md takes the form of a parable wherein the despised Sam-
orltan aids the Injured man who was ignored by a priest. r a .
J' The story Is continued In the sermon on The Mount during
which blessings were promised to peacemakers. :gi
At Calvary the story ended for a brief interlude but a
not before the crucified Savior requested God's forgive
ness for his heartless tormentors. 'jtyr
By word and by precept the Prince of Peace taught 1

I that it is more Important to be a good neighbor than to ob-

I serve In religious our self-rituals.sufficient complacency we sometimes assume May it brighten h t JOYS OF

that our enlightened belief In the integrity of the In- your holiday and 1
dividual and our insistence that a'' man is innocent until 1
proven guilty come natural to intelligent men. But it is not last thru'the year THE SEASONmay

so. All these humantarlan principles come to us from the : Sj); PEACE AT CHRISTMASTIMELet
story which began in the City of David and ended with the the Yule bells
miraculous opening of a sealed tomb at Calvary. us rejoice now at this festive time of year. '
Today the world's rulers wrestle In vain with the problem
of human relations and we fall back on legislative signal happiness.,!
panaceas and military alliances to establish mutual respect :
between men and nations. Yet for 2000 years we have POOL ROOM NOTTINGHAM FURNITURE
had before us the one golden rule which could maintain Swindle
Bros. and
pace and good will: Paving Dragli

"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." ,. .--.------_._._------ _____"'___ m <<""" ..
Truly the gifts of God's Son was the love gift of the -- -

f .. ages and anyone who harbors hate on this holy-. day la out .>>>>:n 7Jn'S: >> att.aNra _____.1 N"I __.1,.____..._ _.1___......__.
of step with the season. w'
': Once more through the eyes of hope we join the faith: :
ful Mary and Joseph the reverent shepherds and Magi ---- -

In adoration before the Babe in the manger With themwe
seem to hear faint echoes of a heavenly choir singing '
"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace goodwill
toward men." TO ONE
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ST. couldn't bemoan the lack of strengthen! the tie between students CWwlston\ Florida THE CLEWISTON Pager.'Are
PBTEB'8 LCTiratAN Great night for Christmas and church and at the
snow Section A Thursday Decem/) ,<, 1981
CHURCH An hour before the St. Mar same time acquaint those in
Belle tin's Christmas hayride carolers high school with the spiritual
Rv. Richard Rosemsa Glade holiday hayrideIt were due to depart. Father ministry to Baptist students on I
Church Directory 1:30: a.m- Sunday School pastor Clark Dorman was on the tandem the college campus," the announcement

10:30: c.eo. Divine Worship was a lovely mellow night wagons spreading bay like said.Happy "
: a Vermont farmer trying: to !
amaCB C'OMSIUNrrr: Wednesday Bible with a big, bulging moon and
.IIUGABE'I"I PRESBYTERIAN 1 Class beat the rain. His clerical collar
Robert A. flostlsr1M 401 Royal Palm Avenue even an escapee from the north dldn bother him at all Birthday I
rather L-.aUDdU Hoary H. Ford. Minister

,,sm I. II 14.Too:... P. 15: a.m.-Sunday School -.i{" the Soon little cars, white began church to pull on up Pacific to Dec 24-W. C. Owen. Jr., W.

slly Weekday Mesa U:00 a.nv-Morning Worship Orville Morgan Sr, Foy Dur-
avenue and the youngest in
tM:..s m ghattg Friday MUI. I:00 p.m.-Wertmlnater Fellow. the scrambled to the rence, Maolee Duckworth, RoyL. I
: aow \ thlp. Cox Mrs. R. M. Davidson
Doors of the wagons and made !
w CBUECUGoodrich. Wednesday: Velma Flachbach. w
ClLB hay pillows on which to alt
I st rraJICIIoe Street 7SO nv-Cnolr Practice. There was laughter and Joking Dec. 25 Dean Holland Jay
211 N. IoUD1Jter' and occa..onalIOD'. Miner John Sullivan Mrs B.

J.mBlW Scb oL FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ,x I Iaso By the time the Jeep pulled W. Williams Matt Stanton.
,," CommuBlon and 331 W. Oeeeela Arouse away with its two rubber-tired Dec. 26-Billy Bowden. VMay
Dec. W-Donald L. Stiles, Her
11:11I: asstWorahlp Service.wonklpServlee.. R... David Denatow, Pastor wagons there were about 100
man Long
9 43 people aboard. The ,SO song
ud : Lm.-church School
I.-Communioa Dec. 28-Nan Nell Clark Gerald I'
sheets and those
1:11I: p 11:00: II.II\-l4ol'llin. Service. were aoon gone Lewis. I'I
who missed out were lookingover
JIIa1: 7:00: p m.-Methodist Youth shoulders as they passed Dec. 29-Ruthl* Jones deCtoco
I.-Blbl. Study. Fellowship.CHURCH : Erwin Kelting
1:11I: p. beneath the street lights.
Dec. 30-
The musical train moved
_, ,,,rte_ PENTECOSTAL or cmu8TU6 north on Pacific and stopped at Dec 31-Mrs. F. Deane Duff
W CHURCH Strata Central Avenue the home of a parishioner to W. C. Boswell, Regs Jo Lew-
eluith Ck'I.. J. J. Sullivan, Sinister Once again find hope renewed, sing "Silent Night", with Mrs. la, Mrs. A. R. Torbert, Sr. .'i

J. R. Taylor. Pastor Sunday: by the star of Bethlehem H. W. Shupe leading. Then ai
Brf. School. 10:00: am-Bible School with all stops, it pulled away to
Re: .ra.-SInda Worlhlp. 11:00: a.m.-Wonhip.T.OO the tune of "We Wish You A Country Club ChatBy J
11,11I 1.m.-Mornln'EvlDelltlo : p.m.-Worahlp. Merry Christmas) :
1:15: 0 p.m.-Sund" Wednesday: People came to their doorways Letty McConvilleThe the
Service 7,30 pm.-Midweek devotions Broward and and stood In silent pleasure peace of ChrtltoA
Daisy Parsons and Family Ladles Association met '1 1Dave
tederdrl'f0 r D.m.Prayoer: Setvlr,. and Bible Studf.BTjRcn moved, waved on. One as group the spoke carolers In last Thursday instead of on its abide in your heat's,

the animated language of Spain. regular Friday and nine holes '
pLYouth Sendee.t or JESUS CHRIST Now and then a dog barked at were played in teams of three. and Pattison \
1:15: APOSTOLIC rATTHSrath Patty
;: "" this intrusion of its quite hours. Many awards were given In
Clewtatoa keeping with the holiday spirit
Some time later the group, vocal V
rmn aAlT1S'1' Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor Net awards were given to AA
A. Menet chords a little tired pulledup at1SS'>i 'I'rr' .rlrrSl.S/rr./rr Ir .JrYIrI.wa't>ts 1:
Ventura\ Christie. 10:00: a.ra.-$unday School ****0+ ***0****I*0 10******0000 00 0 II 0 00 to. 00 to In front of the home of Mr. Frances Nail Gwen Hare and I
Bob L. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. t and Mrs George Fawcett loran Maria Lucia Chamberlain in the ,I
H em-Sunday. Tuesday: evening snack before callingan best threesome competition.They II I
La a.m.-Morn1ll Service.toPm'TraolfS 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting end to another St. Martin's came in with a net 35. I:
Union. Friday: Christmas hayride. ,The prize for low putts was' won I''
by Naomi Stockman who had
tJp.m.-Evening: 7:30: p.m.-Young People'a
12. The lady with the moat para
1 L-ia-Officers, : sad Teachers Meeting Baptist Church was' Lllah Florentine who had ':
I Meeting. kVJ eight Sbe also won the award 'I
Midweek Prayer HI-HAVEN PAPTOT COURCB student nightFirst for most fives and under. The
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i nn. Service. highway 720 1b prize for the most sixes was athree.way
Baptist Church will observe tie Mary I
Practice. Rev. Vic Turner. Pastor
I its annual Student Nighton Weathers, Ruth Motley and Let- i I
1:45: a m-Sunday School a
Sunday with the service being ty McConville. ( i
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship t In charge of students home Following the tournament the 0 I I, I I II II II
KAKTINS OTOBCH: (:45 p.m.-Training Union. .
H from college? for the holidays.The ladles met at the Clewiston Inn I
(Episcopal! ) I:00 p.m.-Evening Worship. program will take place at where they had lunch and exchanged 1 J
211 N. yaeme Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.Student. gifts. Nineteen members a
Vicar I 00 p.nu-Prayer Meeting Night has become a and I
|...Cork H. Dormaa. a were present a very
j MI Services: popular observance in Southern enjoyable time was had by all. I
I tat-Early Eucharist 4'r Baptist Churches an announcement President Ruth Motley announced .
11 CHVRCfl OF JESUS CHRIST M said."Students. that due to the two
11.*in-Family Service and Hooker feint home from collegefor coming: holidays falling on Fridays -
Church School. Paul Strickland Pastor ep 1 the holidays share their college the ladles will not meet
hiiti and Holy Days at aDo y spiritual experiences with again until the second Fridayin
10 0* a.m. Sunday School ,
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wad < 9a'G"t friends and loved ones through January (the 8th) at which
tafeuiou by appointment. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship I the medium of this service. time the monthly meeting will
Wednesday: "The observance helps to beheld.
7:M p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Have a wonderful Christmas!
PLUS BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday: ladles, ana may your handicap
oath Clewiston 7.00 p.m.-Youth Meeting. AND MAY ITS RADIANT LIGHT BRING keep coming down during the
In. Herb Hlgdm. Pastor PEACE TO ALL MANKIND.ROBBIE'S coming )'earl} y' s
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I U s.-Sunday School. Bonds //S)
mil all mankind.
LI m.-Worship Service. Kingdom Hall-S1 R. Osborn W. El Palo of,Love CUD OF THANKS .. good to + .

I 11 pa-Baptist Training Sunday Watchtower Study RESTAURANT The family of D. N. Curry
Union. I:13 pm.Tueeday. God's Holy Word and would like to thank everyone for '.
I LI pa-Worship Service Bible Stud 1:00: p m. Christ's Sacrifice on Cal their many acts of kindness KELLY TRACTOR CO
Mir! vary are Expressions of shown them during the loss of .
Thursday Ministry School. 7:30: 00 00 0 I 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 00000 00 I 0 I 00 0 I 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 0 0 00 ata Divine Love". ,
tl pjn.Brotherhood.Uwhy their husband and father especially -
: pm.Service Meeting 0:30: Thais Bonds af lave Are Your Rev. Paul O'Bannon. .tt.OIOO.o ooo..tt.tOto..t..oo. .
U ik-Hour of Prayer. p.m.rNORTHSIDE i{ i{ aa Assurance sf Life Ctimsll .
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304 N. Francisco Street 9:30: a.m. Sunday School ;

UWBTON ASSEMBLY or' Rev. Julian Pope 11:30: a.m. Worship
9:43 o.m.-Sunday School :
COD 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. Three Sins) of 1. ,
I m Ma rrsooisce Street .
t:30 p m,-ETC.T.30
Christiana 4'S
loses Modem /r
r. Klmbrel Putor : pm.-Evening Worship.
: Wednesday: 6:15: p.m. Training; Union ,
I I* la-Sunday School f.SO: pm.-Prayer Service. 7:30: Worship' t r y
p.m. r
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Christmas Program
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"". 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 21 Duties of .' I
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!!liar. Friday: gt Supervised Nursery :
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Rangers lrBoys. 7:30 pro.-Young '
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the holidays from Fort Donning, be Mr. and Mrs. J. Tanner and DeDliow
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Florida of your bicycle equipment Ga. where he Is attending! Officer children of Miami, Mr. and CoDD. Jr of New I
4. A red tall light or red reflector a
Section A Thursday, December 24, 1964'I Candidate School of the U.S. Mrs Joe Anderson and childrenand Yale graduate atu
Is required on the rear Vnlveralty
Army Mr. and Mrs Eugene Tanner a few .ull\ Iii
and a white light In front, when dayS
Miss Molly Mulllns of New- of Immokatee. 1. Mlsi with the [p4\
duty injuries or illness In peacetime riding at nightS. comb College, New Orleans Miss Janet Siewert of Florida ElIzabeth cum
Arm signals must be given
Vets Info Service service.A visited friends In de-vlston this State University arrived lilt
before turning or stopping. Barbara ]
further amendment by the I\illby\
'I week. week to spend the Christmas holidays rived
Br FRANK: E. TELTKEC extended the 6. Pedestrians must be given from Rollins Colle
recent Congress riders. David Burchard of LaBeUe Is here with her parents, Mr. ter Park to
of way" by
u>ty Senses om_ program to the sons and daughters the "right visiting his daughter :Mr,. and :Mrs. Walter A. Siewert with her spend >the
rider bicycle.
7. Only one per
of living veterans, permanently and Kathy Watson during the :Mrs. L. W. Atkins and her W. O. parent' Dr, I
Two on a bike Is dangerous Rigby
Injuries or nines that totallyand disabled from
totally Christmas holidays.Mrs. son, Wayman Hall of Jupiter'
permanently: disable veterans service-incurred disability., from Bryan Bergeron and will visit Mr. and Mrs, J. B.
Into streets
or bring about their death Eligible children, generally $ Coasting daughter, Susan and Lame of Douglas and daughter, Gill Miss Beattywedding
,r.,, do not have to be wartime In between the ages of 18 and 23 driveways is dangerous. arrived Monday by plane for a during the holidays.
alert when riding past
9. Be
origin! \ to make their children may receive up to 36 months of her
Watch for opening ten day visit with mother Mr. and :Mrs Jose Domlngues
,J eligible lor the educational: asiitance schooling.Full parked cars. Owen. On Christmas
Mrs. Wm. and children Ricky and Mike,
'I administered by the information may be obtained doors. :Mr. pia
10. Hitching on to moving vehicles Eve they will meet havo returned to Clewiston, following
,1 Veterans Administration. at the County Service Officers is unlawful and unsafe. Bergeron who Is flying In to his discharge from military Miss
I Sylvia
The original Orphan office."RETIRED. join them for the holiday week- service. They expect to Gentle
11. Use both hands to steer daughter of
J Assistance Mri
j Education Programwas WARRANT OFFICERS bicycle. Riding with one end at the home of Mr. and locate: In Florida and will be at and the.late Beth'
) solely for those children your Clifford
Wm C. Owen Jr. In West home the
"no bands" is risky and Mrs. during holidays with
i i whose veteran-parent had T. Dixon of the Florida hand or announced! < Plans for
foolish. Palm Beach. Richard B. Owen her mother, :Mrs, J. L. McDan- dint to
died due to wartime disabilities, Affairs Capt.
Department of Robert
of Miami will also spend Christmas JeI, and his parents Mr. and
the to
12. Keep to right-close Klein US
Rufus Wilson, Mgr., Veterans Air Force
stated today that Army J"t ,of
with the family there. Mrs. Jose Domlnguet.:
Administration of Florida, said. Warrant Officers who had military the curb. Never ride facing I tit, The ceremony will tai
traffic. Bergerons will return to dewIston Miss Diane Thompson a senior at four
Congress later amended this Nov. 12, o'clock
service to on
prior Thor
In next Monday for a visit at Barry College Miami
13. Be especially careful: emoon,
to also include children of vettrans 1918 are eligible for Increased December 31st
skidon with Mrs Owen and many will arrive on Christmas Eve to
rainy weather. It Is easy to Baptist
whose deaths had resulted The first Church
retirement pay. change results in'
from extra-hazardous llne-of- decision of wet streets. Watch also for friends. spend the holidays with her parents ton. Rev. L. T FaaJ
from recent
a deep car tracks and ruts In the Mrs. Charles Cameron Lewisof :Mr. and Mrs J. M. Rider. former pastor
the Pay Adjustment Act of 1912. road. Point Pleasant, W. C. and Miss Thompson is Intern teaching win officiate of the
Originally, the Act applied only her sister will arrive the latter at Carol City School
14. Wear white' or lightcolored High The bride
to regular and reserve officer clothing when riding at night, part of this month for'a stay at and will not be released until marriage will be i

Wrap Up Your ,. It has now been broadened tv the Inn. Mrs. Lewis and her that school closes for the holi! ,James Clifford by her brou
Include Warrant Officers
to betty,
late husband, who passed awayin .
rule, Ill.
under the new statute', regular HudsonLarsenThe days.Miss Mra. Lionel
YearEndExpenses Warrant Officers retired for q May of this year, were regular Sally Schick has arrived Fort Myers, will be
winter visitors at the Inn from Danville Va. where the honor m
any reason and Reserve War- wedding of Miss Joy and Charles R]
for several
rant Officers retired for disability Christine Hudson, a member of DEVOTEES OF THE DANCE are these young ladle who years. attends college to spend the hoi- brother of the groom,
Guests of at the home of Mr. (days with her parents, Mr. and best
r. effective on or after Oct. the Pahokee School faculty, and appeared In the Christmas Dance Festival staged by the and Mrs. C. M. Glddens on Mrs. Harry Schlck. A man.

1, 1949, may be entitled to a re- Karl Larsen, of Clewiston- will Barbara Corns! Dancing School at Sugarland Auditor- Christmas Day will be their Mr. and Mrs James Stottlar reception will be he

computation of retired pay take. place Sunday, December27th bUD on Tuesday night last week. They are. left Stacey sons, Don Glddens, with his wife. and baby of Chicago are spending lowing pewiston the Inn unmedia

based on 75%. at the Eastslde Baptist Sanford 8. and Lynda Christiansen 9. Their dance Dumber and daughter, Kathy of Coral Christmas with her parents, ceremony,
Dixon said that all questions Church In King's Mountain N.C. called 'the Snow" Gables All friends of) the fan,
was "Tapping In and Bob Glddens and :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner, and
concerning the change should Mr. Larsen'left' Tuesday to -STAFF PHOTO his wife and children of Clewis with :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berner cordially invited to itt
be addressed to the CommandIng the holidays with his the wedding and
spend the r
ton, Dr. and Mrs. Lionel Beattyof and family. Expected the 'day
General Finance Center fiancee at the home of her parents Fort Myers and :Mr. and :Mrs.L. after Christmas are Mr. end

United States Army, attention Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. Hudson Shotgun awardedto Governor plans B. McCallum of Macon Ga. Mrs. Philip Vaughn and family
Chief Retired Fay Division, Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen Miss Martha Jean Nowlkig of of Pensacola.
Indiana. Inquiries Larsen will leave Saturday Ship Best W
and Eric Mrs. Texton Atlanta and Tom Nowllng of Mrs. Evelyn Shelley of New

with a G. A. C. made by a retired member or to. attend.the wedding. series of ballsFor Berry College Rome, Ga. arrived Orleans Is spending! the Christmas
on his behalf should Include his Mrs Helen Texton an em-
Friday to spend the holidays holidays with, her father,
CONSOLIDATIONLOAN service number In order to provide 4-H ClubThe ployee of Sugarland Pharmacy the first time In history with their parents :Mr. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. Kelly and REAFREEPICKJ

quick identification of his was the lucky winner of the Inaugural activities of the governor and Mrs. R. C Nowlin,. with friends In Clewiston.Mr. .

pay account. "Sweet Stitch Clovers" Lions Club shotgun awarded in and state. cabinet members Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Yon will : and Mrs. Ed Milton and

held a Christmas party at the a fund-raising project under are. going to be brought to go to Dothan, Ala. for the family of Gainesville are Christmas -

Safety rules for Scout House on Dec. 15. They chairmanship of Curtis Fry. the people. Christmas holidays with her guests of her parents Mr.
played records, danced; roasted Following the Tallahassee parents Mr. and-Mrs.. H. V. and Mrs. Will P. Jernigan. DELIV
Pay all your hot dogs and followed them Ball on Jan. 5, replica Inaugural Armstrong.
bike riders Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Da-
bills at once- new up with cakes, cokes and other Boys in ServiceUSS balls will be held at Tampa, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. vide Denslow at the Methodist, I Phone YU 2-!

Fledgling cyclists receivingtheir goodies.In Orlando, Jacksonville Miami Tanner for Christmas Day will parsonage are their son. David
both old and new first bikes for Christmas attendance were: Mrs. KEARSARGE (CVS-33)) and Pensacola. The Miami ball .

should study bicycle safety D a II III Fitzpatrick, leader; (FHTNC) Nov. IS Aviation on Jan. 9, will take In South
rules before venturing Into the Christine Curry, Linda Veal Structural Mechanic First Class Florida counties, including Hen- r.IL,j' ,.,
One loan
quick street the AAA advises. Joanne Crawford, junior leaders Adrian A. Whiddon, USN son of dry and Palm Beach. It will be THE '

One convenient Last year 570 persons were ; Gall Douglas, Gretchen and :Mr. Enoch H. Whiddon of Clew- held in the Miami Beach Con

killed in accidents Involving Colena Bryan, Connie Reynolds, Iston, Fla., was promoted to hI.pre.ent vention Hall. .

., monthly paymentOne blcycle..an Increase of 14 per Linda Kllpatrlck: Vanessa Rick- rank Nov. 16, while More than 100 officials and CLEWISTON

cent over the previous year the etson, Nelda Rifa, Fran Harris, serving with Helicopter AntiSubmarine their wives will take part In X/

place to pay. AAA Club said. Knowledge of Harriet McDuffie, Toni Matt- Squadron Six, each of the balls. In addition to INN.

the safety rules may have prev- son, Carol Hanrage, members aboard the anti-submarine support the governor and cabinet and '

ented many of these accidents.The aircraft carrier USS Rear- wives the Supreme. Court and
It all club serge, operating with the Seventh wives and other state dignitaries ..
suggests that copiesof Greenhorns up Fleet in the Far East. will be present. the traditional -1 r--
the rules -
adds to which may be obtained -
Funds raised at the balls will
His based
promotion was on _
at AAA offices
hospitality the _
for initiationPlans go to a scholarship foundation
I an ideal presented to the youngster time in service and rank, mili- which .. .....
along with the bicycle. the tary appearance, performanceof : will provide grants for season.. ....
made by
solution/ are being duties and passing the Navy- Florida students on the basis of '"
The club lists the following Clewiston Chapter of the Future wide test for promotion.His need, the money going back to ON ., It'. ) \ "-

l tips on bicycle safety Farmers of America for the InItiation unit is a part of an antisubmarine students from the areas in CHRISTMAS "J":
LOANS UP TO (600 The AAA club listed the following of ",remhorn.." "Hunter CUler" which It was collected. 'i > r .' \

tips to Christmas cyc- Some time after the Christ'mas group composed of surface subsurface Students receiving such funds DAY .K' : ',, '

(, ( lists: vacation the greenhornswill and air units designedto will be required to attend an '

1. Learn to ride In a safe be given tasks to performand find and destroy enemy sub Institution In the state. serving dinner .

tale.FINANCE place. Keep off busy streets un- if these tasks are not com- marines. in the 1

( ] til you can ride well pleted in a specified time they
will be asked to sing In front of COLONIALDINING
CORPORATION 2. Obey aQ traffic signs. They !
-CLEWISTON- the assembled group at one of Weetman assigned
apply to you as well as to automobile -
311 East Stat Hay .YUkon.3471 drivers. its future meetings.At .
-BELLE GLADE- the chapter meeting held to Fort Hood, Tex. ROOM
111 West Avenue"A"...,996-5271 3. A bell, horn or other warning Dec. 17 It was decided to bold
....' device. Is a necessary part a "welcome back to school John Weetman, son of :Mr continuously? from ;

dance," the date to be set lat and Mrs. Leslie M. Weetman, ''PERSONALS noon until 9 p.m.

er. The meeting was la the form 304 E. Avenido De Rio, a private ,

of a Christmas party completewith In the Army, has been assigned
Christmas cake. to the 720th Military Po- CHRISTMASDINNER
:Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Summers -
Happy HoIic1ay lice Battalion at Fort Hood
and of
family Orleans -
Texas, the Army has announced.
I OBITUARIESMrs. Weetman military policeman are guests of her parents.
s :Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Elder for
In the battalion's CompanyC ,
the Christmas .
entered the Army In 1964 and holidays.Mr.
:: Mollie Mathis received basic training at Fort and Mrs. E. W. Weaver Menu, 1964
I ; .po. --=- Gordon. Ga. III of Plant City, spent a few
Funeral services were held days In Clewiston visiting her Choice of entree
A 1959 graduate of Clewiston Includes Juice
or salad choice of vegetables
Monday for Mrs. Mollie MathU. parents :Mr. and Mrs. George soup two
High School the
.i Big: day lots of excitement for you 89, of Moore Haven, who died soldier attended MurrayKy. ,0. Jepson and his parents, Mr. rolls and butler beverage and dessert

and your family. Probably I some driving Saturday.The ( .) State. College. He was employed and :Mrs. I:. W. Weaver In Lake APPETIZER
;' too As you take to the road retn.mber services conductedby Harbor. :
were by the U.S. Post Office
i 1 the common-Mas rule of Rev. David Land at the Department before the Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest Simmons Juice, Shrimp Cocktail
wher Fruit
safety have a good time, vet will Champagne Cup
as guests the holidays :
Raves over
you drive. That's my wish to you from Church of God in Moore Army SOUP
I :Mr. and Mrs. Frank .
I the careful driver company State Farm Burial" was at Ortona Cemetery
in Ortona. of Anderson S.c. The two Cream of Chicken
I a la Christmas
men are brothers.
Mutual.ABNERH.VANN Surviving are two sons, E. T.
'i Mathis of Moore Haven and Mrs. R. H. Dormaa has aN .
rived from Dallas, Texas, to
Llnsey Mathis of Winter Haven; Head Lettuce
spend the Christmas or Salad choice of dressing
Phone YU 2. 971 one daughter Miss Ruby Mathis and Patients Admitted with her IOn, Father Clark holidays Dor- ENTREE.S .. <-
of Miami; 18 grandchildren John L. Sullivan
Henry BO- :
man and the
family at EplJcopal -
12 great grandchildren. lie, Candl Sue Hough, Judy vicarage. Roast Tom Turkey with $2-
oyster dressing. .
If A" ''' native of :. .
Mathis a '
Mrs was
: Hough, Everett Smith Peter
'j Miss Pat Duncan Roast
MUTUAL. Is home Prime
A STATE FARM Georgia, and had lived In Moore Joe Billy, W. R. Wlmberty.: Libby from the Florida School for the Beef au jus . .,. .,.".. $3.

11 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY' Haven for 42 years. Marshall Mildred Davis, Deaf and Blind at St Augustine Baked Virginia Ham fruit $2.
sauce . . ,
handled Aaron .
w..we,; Pattlson Funeral Home Cypress, Betty McPaalL to spend the holidays with her
Home OffcealoosaepoeIWnop: '
11 I arrangements. Eunice Waldron, Anna Sue Taylor parents :Mr. .and Mrs. J. A. R ilngfeantlPUckwithche8ln? t Ceasing $2.
Dave Tomllnson Stanley Duncan.
Crawfish with drawn butter $3'
4t Cypress. Maxine Prevatt. Mary Miss Sally SchIck has arrlwd BroIled n% :

Booth and. George Robert Ca- for the holidays from Choice Dinner Steak $3 3'
Danville : .. ,
eon Va. where she Is attending Golden Brown Fried :

OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT Fatkote BemaUngi Averett College. Broiled Chicken! : .' . . $2.

John L. Sullivan, Margaret Miss Linda Geiger of Lamp Chops with $3.
t Troy mint jelly.. ..... .
Howard Mary. Maxine State
Troy Ala. Isspending Vegetables fresh
'j'ji :
YOU Prevatt. Hugh C. Carlton Mildred the holidays with her corn on cob, Fordhook limas, butte

TO Davis, Geraldine Williams parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. asparagus, candied boiled
i Anna Sue Taylor W. R. Wlm- Geiger.' Dessert yams, parsley potatoes

berly, Everette Smith, Judy Tommy Moore has arrived : Mince meat pie with* hard sauce pumpkin ]

Ann Hough,. Candl Sue Hough, from The Citadel. Charleston. with hard ,

: 15 % Discounton Vernon Nobles, Libby Marshall S.C. to spend the holidays at sauce- fruit cake with hard sauce, ora

1"1 Aaron Cypress Peter Joe Billy home. ambrosia, cream cheese and figs Jello parfait, ch
and Henry: Billie Frank Tokleda Is at home for olate eclair with
; whipped cream chocolate sunda

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Rotarians host 50th Wedding Oowlston., Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Fire'

Section A Thursday, December 24, 1964

F 4v Christmas party Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. (Willie) ?M
McDuffle celebrated their :
Members of the Rotary Club golden
entertained their wives and anniversary with a family "" "
children at their Bar-B-Q dinner at their home at
log time Monday regular at noon,a with** 4n. Lakeport Sunday. They also ,
r lunch 1 held house that afternoonfor 4
.t the Clewlston Inn Patio. open 1 f "A ,
their friend. .
Christmas .
music, ,
a and the exchange of gifts added The family consists of five
to the occasion, but the highlight son and two daughters. The
of all was the presence of ion art: Hooker McDuffie of
santa Claus who visited with 4 Clewlston; Kelley McDuffie of
the youngsters and assisted In e Tice: Henry McDuffie of Fort !:
distributing their gifts Mytti; Donald McDuffie of
The party was arranged with Lakeport: Earl McDuffie of
assistance of Ted Gallo, pro- Fellsmefe. :
gram chairman, President L. G
Vaughan and other Rotarians. The daughter are Mrs. Cuth- I. t/z
bret M Douglas of Belle Glade r 1'1'
3J 3M [
4a and Mrs. Glenora M. Purvis of
Scouts enjoyChristmas Immokalee.
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There and 18 grandchildrenand
partyGirl .
/ I greatrgrandchlldren. '
: (
scheduled Scouts their Christmas In Troop party 280 ,,, .

for Tuesday afternoon at the Clewisfon Auto Parts Inca
Play Park, their regular meeting Ma AND MRS. GERALD BETTS Kelly ,

place. But the party follows '
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Scout a Christmas greatly activity enjoyed.which each Barbara Jepson and Gerald Betts Kelly a* n memento of the oc "" iI i

At a special workshop session casion. ri I
MISS NANCY BOLTON the girl met and made Christ-

mae tree ornaments, with which are married in Following dinner a gift exchange ,
they decorated a small Christmas was enjoyed around the n
Bolton's tree for Debbie Davis for GREETINGS *
Miss Nancy engagementis her r decorated Christina tree. Service -
own room. Debbie is recu- The marriage of Miss Barbara* bow marked, the center front pin were awarded a* follows '.
perating from polio and her ac-: Evelyn Jepson daughter of Mr,- The elbow length veil of illusion 5-year pin to Elmer
tivities are still limited. and Mr. George G.Jepson, and was attached to a small Jeweled Calnnle! and Wilda Lowe; IS
announced at formal party The girl made a brief visit Gerald C. Betts, son of Mr. and ornament, The bride carrieda year pin to Larry Lee Robert
with and Debbie to deliver the tree Mr. C. E. Belts, of Sarasota, white prayerbook with white Kelly Alden Wyie, E. B. Bethea kia
. He'!' engagement of Mils I Mrs. Bolton and the engaged their gift to her. was solemnized at St Martin' orchid and stephanotis arrangement and Homer Cox; 23 year pins to I
Sincy Gene Bolton 5120 NE couple greeted their ItUl'llts.Mi.s Robert the leadership of Mrs. Episcopal: Church Saturday afternoon E. E. Kelly and Campbell E.Nail. 4
Pearce and Mrs. Louis Father Clark R. Dor- Door prize were won by
Fort Lauderdale Matron of honor and
lU Terrace Andrea Bolton, Christiansen, only attendant
presidingat these girls ,
are maD officiated at the eeremonyin Sam Ellington Mrs. Vance II
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'III Richard F Rolf Edgewater the guest book, revealed member of the of the bride, wa her
the troop: Jo Nell the of Cox.
presence of members Whidden and Homer :
House, Marseille St Condado engagement ai she presentedeach Hooks, Frances Pearce Gayle the two families, relatives and sister. Mrs. E. W, Weaver, III,
Beach, San Turce, Puerto Rico, arrival with a small card Baldree Nancy Lee, Elizabeth close friend of the of Plant City, who wore a blege Attending the party were Mr.
,11 announced at a formal bearing the Inscription, "Nancy Bishop Patricia Kay Jones Car couple.: afternoon dres with matching: and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and joyous Noel' to you.; :
cocktail party Sunday evening.: and Dick". lene Rudd, Canthia Rainey, Mine Suzanne Peer, organist, accessories Her flowers were a Mr*. Robert W. Kelly, Mr.and {
Kisi Bolton's parent, Mr. The traditional bridal white, Claire and Marie McCarthy, provided tie wedding music and' cascade bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums' Mr. Campbell E. Nail, Mr. and
sad Mrs William E Bolton 334 contrasting with Christmas holly Terry Andrels, Kimberly Schef- the traditional wedding marches Mr. L. E. Lee Mr. and Mrs. ,I IIngram's
I Crescent Drive, were hosts was used In the decorations, fler, Pam Farmer, Judy Salisbury were used. Anthony Touli was best man R. N Adams, Mr. and Mr. W.
it the Clewlston Inn Patio. which were highlighted by a Mary Corbin Gerlann The bride: given in Carriage and Donald Stanley, brotherinlaw H. Wyse Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe American Service ) :
MISI Bolton attended Clewlstn double-ring arrange m e n t of Baker, Brenda Herring, Rim by her father, was gowned in of the bride, was usher. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cro .
ichools and Florida, .State white blossoms centering one ofi Murphy, Beverly Stevens, Don- white chiffon and lace, made Following the ceremony a fut Mr. and Mrs. Hager Lowe,
University and received rjer de- '1 i I the refreshment tables na Stalls Jayne Passmore, street length. The bodice wa of wedding reception was held at Mr. and Mr. J, D Dyal, Mr. "; ";
Jet In fine art at Barry Col- Lynda Christiansen, Elaine lace, made with long sleeve the home of the bride's parent, and Mr*. Jimmie McDuffie, Mr. 1)11
More than
Itp, M;ami' She waauumenv. called one hundred guests Causseaux, Freda Prater. Kathy and boat-shaped neckline A flatlt4 334 W. Pasadena Avenue, where and Mr. Dwayne Waldron, Mr. ii
bet of the Queen's Court Tara during the to enjoy the Ann Spears, Persia Stricklandand Miss Sally Jepson and Mr. Don- ,and Mr. Vance Whidden, Sam
SIngers and Cor Jesu Choir at hospitality of the host and hostess Patsy Crouch.M2. ald Stanley, sisters of the bride, Ellington Mrs. Jean Davidson, ii1
Burl College. She la a member and to offer congratulations assisted in serving Mr. Ronald Egley, Miss Harriet ,1
ot the faculty of Nova High to the popular young couple. For her daughter' wedding Denslow, David Denslow, t

School In Fort Lauderdale, andY Mrs Jepson chute a blue wool Phil Francis, Mill Nancy Cul- 1,
director of the art. department The last emperor of the Man- frock with black and white accessories pepper Raymond Ford, Mr. IIII
chu Dynasty His Imperial Majesty Fri Sal Her corsage was of Ruth McKlnney, Homer Cox E.
the of Mr. and Hsuan Tung, now is called Dec 25 26 pink cymbtdlnm. B Bethea, Jr., Bener Nall, Miss
Itr Rost it ion
Pu YI and is a gardener In Pek Open 3:30: Continuous Mrs Belts, mother of the Linda Nail, all of Clew I.ton, Mr
fin, Richard E. Rost, 1130 .
ing' Botanical Gardens DOUBLE FEATURE groom, wore a red dress with and Mr*. Loyd G. Kelly' Mr.
Lakemont Drive Mt. Lebanon, I IP PAJAMA PARTY black accessories, and a white and Mr. John Flndelaen, Mr. I ,
!Psnna' He is a graduate of
Fun and Frolic' orchid corsage.Before and Mr Jim Cunningham, Mr
Pennsylvania State University leaving on her wedding and Mr. William Baker Mr.
ud a member of Sigma Nu fra. BS.Q: ( ii trip through the state, the and Mr. Ken Grlmer, Miami,
teraitj His the Caribbean.area Watch RepairBERT \ GHOST CHASERS bride changed to a wool suit Mr. and Mr. L. L. Ellington,
representative for Dupont Bowery Boys with black accessories, and West Palm Beach and Mr.

ii agricultural chemicals. Mr and Mrs, R Connelly wort the orchid center from her Evelyn J. Shelley of New Orleans -
'The! Clewlston Inn Patio was TURNER Sun. Man. prayer book arrangement i
Rogers of Coral Gables will be
enhanced with urns'of white SUGABMILL ROAD Dec. 27 23
the holiday guests of their longtime
blossoms Sunday when Mr. and FIRST MEN ON I ,
friends, Mr. and Mrs Wm
H. Lanier THE MOON rnIjffnri I
From H. G. Wells storyof Joe Hall home is scene of
SELECTION OF UNUSUAL Expected for a holiday visit what happened when
with Mr and Mrs. Joe M. Han
and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall
COLEMAN $' A 9 5 are Major and Mrs. Sherwood landed on the moon festive holiday party

let jllll 1 ( "1 LANTER .IT Hall of Fort Walton Beach, Fla Wed Dec --Thuis.23. 24

i SPEC 3 for 99 cli Mr. and Mrs Raymond Chris- DOUBLE FEATURE Mr: and Mr. Joe M. Hall Other carnation arrangement /teat tilt IjtLL. pal
JIGS tian will have through were used In the living
a guest TIME TRAVELERS were hosts at a Christmas "At room I''
SPIN CAST RODS $O95 the her Mr where a lighted Christmas tree t&e{ uaionlR.
l! holidays parents Fantastic world, of future Home" Saturday evening at ,9 gietllngi of f -
and Mrs J. L. DeLaney of their home, 410 East Osceola and a holly "Rudolph" furthered I.

l r I 11 17-JEWEL GRUEN OR WALTHAM Mrs Hertford Charles N.C. Woodward and her sister and LAST MAN -ON EARTH Avenue.A Friends the'holiday called theme.during the evening C,and Clarice! NowlingflraH5 '

Waterproof Mens'Guarantee or Women'sLIfetIme Mr. Woodward, of Virginia Ghouls Vincent 0 Graves Price Ghosts used pink for the and party red accessories theme was, hour 4 .", "I ; f ?::: ,, ". j It
Beach, Virginia
.. with floral arrangement of carnations -
to; Miss Diane Clark of Cocoa SPECIAL and candle highlightingthe / ;2 ; ; 111 >> '
Save $20$30' decoration: Red nylon net (
Beach Is spending
: holidays In Clewlston; she Thursday Dec. 24, I 11 I a.m. overlaid the pink cloth on the 7.J.i
) ,
OR MORE and her mother, Mrs. Mary FREE CARTOON SHOW dining table where a double sliver
Clark, were weekend visitors I la ALL KIDS 6 TO 60 eandlelabra held pink and
Gainesville. Sponsored by Lions Cub red tarnation and glowing candle

*. ....,... '
AU STYLES... .. Capt and Mrs. Charles K. I rt
'iJ r'::" Jan, Kelly ,, ,. .". .: .. .
Western Hats :k Bowden and children - -- -- -- -- 1.L'.I' .. ,.1 II IIr
Kit, Elizabeth and Wm. MatE I Kara'=:6:6"+ren""atg1.ss Y aP.a s "R shoo "

Levis, Jacket thew, of Bryan Texas are '
week- ..
spending the Christmas .
\ '
Shirt, Belts end with his mother, Mrs Beryl : *.iT. *- I

Bowden. .
Sox, DungareesMany Miss Artla Lawrence of the I
University of Miami is at home -
Many '
Bargain V with her parent Mr and Mr. 11

A. W. Lawrence for the holidays. I '. ?d
AI Jeanette Francis and .
Fuller'sCOUNTRY Miss
Miss Judy Vann and Bill Sway : ;
at Stetson University -
ne, students g i .it

STOREOPEN Christmas, Deland holiday.are spending at their the I

EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 homes In ClewiatooPre

To all our friends.,. )

A hornpipe cf meme, dd-tyme wishes I

Christmas Drapery SaleTHE Clewiston Fertilizer 'Co. On thin ... of Christmas all ol a. !

pause top ish you and yours a verymerry .

LOWEST PRICE WE'VE EVER OFFERED "" "*." Ru Christmas. r<<
May your holidays 1

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W. OFFER A NEW SIMPLIFIED method of tgwtoff the COlt of '. '.

your droperlet. Figure 7Sc a linear loot per panel (a isopprorfmauly rty J For.foster service place as 0,...

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SIx THE CLEWISTOIf NEWS OewUton, Florida Jackie: Roberts ;: ". I -

Section A Thursday, December 24, 1964 wins Barbie DollThe Harlem Community NewsMRS. %

Mews Editor Phone TU 2.7651Light"
lucky winner of the Bar
bio Dolls given Saturday
night at the Dixie away Crystal Theatre PERSONAL MENTION one through six. The Elementary ....... New Bethel Choir m
I by the Veterans of Foreign Mrs. Bernice Hill left the teachers were responsiblefor No. I
I Wan Auxiliary was Mrs Jackie city, Monday for Cincinnati, this very fine performance.There Origin of the Candle .... Mrs. T.
Roberts. Christmas was special music ren- J. Sanders, Union president a
Ohio, to spend the
k The auxiliary expresses thanks holidays with her aunt and dered by the band under the direction Selection .... "One Little Candle" I
to U. T. Koch, theatre owner, uncle Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie of Mr. W. Chambers. After the program,the candles t
and little Lisa Bryan, who drew Slater and friends were lighted and the members
DECORATED the winning ticket for their cooperation Mr. William Hill will spend NOTES FROM marched from the church to the
in making the event the Christmas holidays In.Don THE CHOIR ONION Recreational Center, where they
successful. aldson, Ga He will be the houseguest The Glades Choir Union began were served refreshments.
PTO of his mother, Mrs. Naomi the Christmas season with CHURCH NEWS
Library shelvesAdult Buggs a candle light service last Wednesday Grater Friendship Baptist ...
of tha
of Mr. Members
The friends evening
Rev. L. H. King, pastorSunday
ORDER Non-Fiction James Chrensbaw regret very various choirs assembled at School... 1:30: _. Deacon
The Gathering of Zion-Wallace much to hear of) the death of New Bethel A.M.E. Church for A. A. Beckton .-. Supt. Blessings To
Stegner Season's Cheer his mother. Mrs. Ludi Chren- a very unique' program. Morning Worship .,__ 11 a.m.
The President as World Leader shaw in Greenville, Ala. Mr. Scripture B.T.U..w.... 5 43 .
Merry Christmas To You All : p m. You
Sidney Warren Chrenshaw left the city Mondaynight Prayer and Yours
Jefferson and Hamilton Claud*. Wishing you the merriest for Greenville, where funeral Announcements Evening Worship ,..,.-. 7 p.m.
G. Bowers Christmas ever services will be held. He Musical Selection Early Christmas morning services
will be held In
the church
Why I am a Unitarian Unlver- ChristmasStory" Greater
Mendelsohn HARLEM ACADEMYPTA was accompanied: by his wife Pantomime "The auditorium at 5:30 am. The Friendship Bop,
No. 2 Choir, New
and daughter.
fa: YUkon 2-5101 East Sucjarkmd Hwy. The Baptist Way of Life Bethel A.M.E. and Mt Calvary pastor U asking ell who can to Church
Brooks Hays HARLEM ACADEMY NOTES Baptist Church please come, so that we can R.. L. H.
:r6"*" King.
Angel Unaware Dale Evans The Fifth Grade under the supervision Selection "Life's Candle have a good time on that morn- Pastor
Rogers of) Mr. H. L. McKire, Ing. Visitors and friends are .
The Era of Franklin D. Roosevelt I instructor, presented a Christmas cordially Invited.
Denis W. Brogan Chapel program Friday.Dec. THOUGHT IN PASSING"If
Cuban Journal.-Mohammed A. 18
Rauf Jr. Song "Silent. Night" You Can't see tee bright
For Sale: A Family of Islands (History of Audience side of a thing
West Indies)-Alle Waugh Prayer Silent _Audience Then polish the dull side.
Always the Young Strangers Pledge
Carl SandburgSo Announcements __ Principal SECRET NUMBERThe
What Else Is New?-Harry Prologue To The "Birth of National Auto Theft Boreau
Unusual Exotic Christmas Pets Golden 0Silent Christ" _. Glendale Robinson says that changing serial
My Autobiography Charles "The Birth of) Christ" Members numbers on a stolen car can't
_. Chaplin i of the class prevent identification, because
PARROTS, Mynah Birds. Talking Macaw, ParaKeets Capitalism and FreedomMIlton Remarks ... -_.--'.. Principal another identifying number exists
normals and rarest FriedmanThe Closing Song _. Jingle Bells 0 on every car. Only a trusted
Writer's Handbook- few know where that Is.
MONKEYS Skunks. Bantams (mlnature fowl) United States Government Printing The Elementary Department
breeds. Japanese Silkies, Golden Seabriahts, Buff Co- Office Style Manual presented their Christmas Flay
chins, Black Cochins, Cornish Cross, Spangled Games, United States Government Organlzatton Tuesday night. Dec. 15 at 7:30 There has been an average of
Silver Yokahomas. Manual p.m. The title of the play was approximately marriages
Night "The Shephard Who Cam a year (in the nation for
PIGEONS: Breeds, Fantails, Mookes, Lahores, Postage States-US.Stamps Post of Office the United Dept Late". Characters. Molly, the the last several years, according -
Mondanes Homers. housekeeper, Helen Lewis, to the Health, Education and
The United States & World WarII
Holy.Night ambitious father, Christmas JoyWe Welfare Department.
George, the
(I VoL) A. Russell Buchanan -
RINGNECKED DOVES Braddy Hart, Junior, the son,

Ducks: Muscoveys, Mallards Pekin Eighth: Moon-Sansan May this Holy Season Willie Lambert. An Angel. are happy to pauseat Traffic accidents In the nation
A Nation of ImmigrantsJohnF. bring Joy to everyone Elaine Dixon, Joseph, Edward this holiday time o last year caused a total economics MAY THE HOLY FAM1L
Glendale Robinson. loss of(9 billion
KennedyThe Mack Mary. accordIng -
PEAFOWL: Black Shouldered. White. Mexican Final Challenge-Dale Van HARLEM CLUB Shephards, David Scott wish you the best! to the Association of Casualty BLESS YOU AT THIS T
Burro. Milk Cows and Springing Heifers. Every. Mr. and Mrs Will Wallace Lester McMillon, Thomas Ed- Harlem Academy Faculty and Insurance Companies
Tooth. Non-Fiction: and Staff mond, Kenneth Ganlous. This was equivalent to $4743 New Bethel AME
DOGS. Hound Pups. Many if want It A. A Thomas .Principal
more you Wise Men. Gary Jones, James! for every man, woman and
Cuba-Herbert L. MatthewsThe
have I ..' .. .. .... Rev. J. D. Dukes, Pastor
we ItTHOMPSON Winged Armada Martin -' -- Hart Randolph Mitchell: Choirof alW.g[t GNPi"Angels<< _.. 4 child.
Caldln Angels, up is from grades
England-Drew Mtddleton i
Career Books donated by Kl-
wants Club.
S. 27 West PHONE YU 2-1238
How to Get a Better Job-Austin
I Careers In the Building Trades :/;: el[
Sydney H. KasperSo
You Want to Be a Nurse -
i Alan E. Nourse, M.D. w
Careers In the Protective Services

rizic Touch Sew -Jo Hubbard Chamberlain 4tsJ
& OS) Secretarial AndersonArt Careers Ruth I.

-ZAO Careers-Claire Jo Roth e .
I MACHINE by se sae lt syZ Your College Education (How to 'roCOME
aye. ass Pay For It)-Sarah Splaver
esM ulba e Careers in Accounting John
Jmlt2Ma Mkiftr h11U1r.rl Ashworth
eeea Your Future In Electronic Engineering
-Sol Levine
Your Future in the Foreign Ser- "
vice-Robert F. Delaney D oldfashionedgood Joys of theSeason
Your Future in the Army-Brig. O

nINGER' Listen Gen. to Harold Leaders Walmsley la Law-Albert VENITEADOREMUS wishesto we have & LET US

I Love Heard on High"Whltfleld'a J ADORE HIM!
Listen to Leaders In Medicine- Extending to you and yours
you our customers. We
Albert Love our very best wishes
Complete Portable hope to serve you In 19651 Kindergarten
Listen to Leaders In Business-
Mr. AND MRS. Mrs Vera Whitfield Int HOLLIS SISTERS
/ $134.95 Albert Love
George Scott I CAFE Mrs. Geneva Hollls. Prop. EDITOR
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/ / IXtnaimertotTM- MMER COMPMir Find a Career In Auto Mechanics II( ---.... .. ;

-C William Harrison I 1III1I1C1CIII..1I1CIIt...hf a ......' I NIC'A_ .....__", R '
CARITHERS & Your Future In Modellng-Gfflls
s J MacGlU ,, "
I L, 108 Bond Street Servicewomen and What They '
ClewlatoD.l1oddJ Do-Karl Scbuon i
I,I '. These career books have been l 1l
j donated by the dewlston Ki-
wants Club. lr
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,I NoticeIt a

I r

has'been brought to the attention of the City Commis- t mmtz. .

sion of the City of Clewiston that various forms of refuse -- MAY EVERY

have been deposited in waters :within the City limits; HOPE, YOURHOLIDAYS to,you. our friends and '

.1 f your attention is called to the following excerpts from the Stocking-full customers. W* hope your May Peace and JOY BE YOURS

Code of Ordinances of The City of Clewiston: holiday U filled with happy Joy be Yours
Have Let U serve you MOD. -
Sec: 5-3 WATERS WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO of Best ,WishesMr. ARE MERRY The traditional symbols of ATCHRISTMA

.HARLEM.GULF_STATION the season bring good


dumping or otherwise depositing or placing of Robert Johnson::Deputy McCray and Staff POST 211 Canty and Family

I n______ ._.... Will
filth, dirt, garbage, shell, trash human or animal excrement -

refuse or other thing from any boat vessel, or IC ......

otherwise into or upon the waters of Lake Okeechobee

within the City limits or into'or ,upon the waters of any i Ippll p i

body of water within the City limits is hereby prohibited.

a t ,

t l' r'B( ) No person shall throw place or deposit, or cause

i '!{ to be thrown, placed or deposited, any, offal trash gar IyI

1 t bageor filth of any kind.into any of the public streets

I i roads alleys, lanes or thoroughfares or vacant lot or

into or upon the premises of any other person within the I YULETIDECHEER tangy -
I' ,
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city limits; t i o PEACENEARTH

YOU Happy Holidaysto Extending to you and yours y
of Clewiston our very best wishes
-. City "Nothing too good for our All .,

; friends end customers! HILTON GROCERY LOADS OF CHEER
/i'j JULIA'S BEAUTY NOOK FROM THE: STAFF OF Mr. and Mrs.',Thurston -,
C F. BLAIR, CITY MANAGER Mrs, Julia Sales, Prop. ,SQUIRE CLUB Hilton and Staffrl'WWt_ HARLEM,BABBEH SHOP HQ1BY WEST. SB.pae .

r j j't -.cu MrvOrvfflo.Lewis. Prop -
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You can make a delectable: I* 'TUB 0 0 V H T T JITD D IC01IHT dewlfton, Florid THE CLEWISTON: NEWS Pap Seven

aiSSIFIEDLDrI sauce for cake squares by melting COUNTY IN AND FLORIDAIN FOB HBNUHY Section A Thursday, December 24, 1964

semi-sweet chocolate and V.T.: Estate of )
stirring In sour cream. This Deo....... )
sauce la good with vanilla-fla -
vored chocolate or spice cake. Norlcw TO OIKDITOHS:
All\ creditor of the Estate of The demand for fat
-- ---.r ; RALPH A. FLOWERS, deoeueare d. ,
hereby notified and required d -
FOR to fll* any claim or demands '
ED RATES: Four FOR SALE-3-bedroora house, RENT-One-bedroom fur. which they may have against. and stocker ,
tDlertlon. 'II11II 1 bath, large nlshed house, 508 Commerclo Mid estate In the office of the -.I r',
word per screen porch. St. Call County Judas of Hendry County, .5
pef YU
: IiJIlmum charge! four 11a- 440 E. Ventura. May be seen 2-6603. tic Florida' In the oourthoui at La* cattle is heavy r
Bell. Florid, within" \ nix ealnflrit -
the price of three. after 4 p.m. Call YU 21721. FOR RENT-3-bedroom
for house .
dar months Cross the due ot the
J.JJOI DecSlp 2 baths, completely furnished. PIANO LESSONS-Mri. Victor publication of thin notice. Buy only the ,:
!!:YUkOD Bach claim or demand must be
f'IION Northside. ttfc {
JOE a month. Phone Carbon. 401 .
W. WOOD West Crescent In writing and must state the '
..... whole ..mlll appt 2-2571. DecSlo Phone YU M8T1. Jan7p Ck.Mrr IM.M r....". It.t._ place or reeldene and po.t-of-and cattle you want 4
floe address of the claimant
eJasflfle add FOR SALE 2-bedroom NOTICE t.! hereby given that
UM CBS FOR RENT must be sworn to by the claimant
1.J -bedroom trailer BLUM & SONS PLASTERING.Very J. H. LANKFORD, the holder of :
house. 445 j
twe P to W. Haiti. Contact his agent, or hip attorney,
OP the
pick large room followlnr c rtiric t hal
added. Call .
ei Best Work- or It will become void accordingto
T *&re. Wendell Whaley, YU ll.4 said ,
Cr/atal YU 23252. ( ertlflcU for a tat law. The law requires claim *
NppUmectp. .f Ibe News 33851.tic Ue W* Save You Money d>*4 to .b. Issued th.r.on. Th. to be filed In duplicate.November +: 1 ,
Ortlfloit number, year of l lucacao. ..
as, 19.
Plastering, Simulated Stone .
RENT-Two .
lie .
must 2-bedroom .
the of the
...ne.trt.before POesea Wea- FOR SALE 2-bedroom frame houses. Furnished. See Mrs Stucco-Free Estimate *rty, and deiorlptlon th* fume In whichIt Annie Flowern.Admlnlatratrlx.of the -Sale. Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. ':; f
for .... t tiJ
house with
pprd Florida room. 430 V. Fielder, Highway West of Licenced and Insured : was" a Kd are ti ollowi: Estate of Ralph A. Flow ;

", W. Pasadena. Call YU 8-3561 Clewlston. 3810 Lora Street Ceetno... Tour D.aerlpflnslea era, deceaeed. : i
Dec31o .
First publication on Dee 1 1114.CN
after 6 p.m Jan21c Fort Myers, Fla. tic noes>> City of Cl.wl.(on -tilDec. '*I I
FOR RENT-Small house. Fur- Lot .. Block 101 10, IT, II, II, nil ; f' !
ED 7-Oin or OX 4-2874 .... .
HOUSE FOR SALE!:-Complete nktek
iItmmBDJIAND or unfurnished, $35 as.ae/ J a r:
ly furnished. Large Florida per month. See Mrs. Sloan, 433 SLIP COVERS and drape Cut- The RId I Lumber Co. I* TUB O O 11 'N T T JCDGIPI
room and carport.: 609 E. Trini E. Trinidad Harbor Beach. Mlohlfan 0011RT .If AND FOR HIIINDRY.
GREATER THAN dad. Phone 2-3641. or call H. P. Johnon. torn made. Complete line of All of acid property baler lathe COUNTY FLORIDAIN GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET : ; ;
tic tic drapery and slip cover fabrics County of Htndry, State of RIDE: mutate of
IVER for house FOR SALE Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831, Florida. ARTHUR BAUM.IAceaesd. I J 1
.. We have sus omen -90x120 lot In Golf- Unless each certificate hall b* .
joeooe property with view Subdivision. Call YU 2- Vaa Cothera'i Custom l'Irn1tureand ) rdem acoordlnj to law the rbone WT $402 Belle Glade. Fla. !
21* LIst your property' nrlbd I In such oar. KOTICB TO CREDITORS: )
Upholster tie
J. Eo Beardsley. Ph. YU 4471 after > p.m. Dec24p tlflcal will b* told to the high- All creditor of the Eetat of f
s Uo eat bldd.r at the Court House ARTHUR BAUM deceaeed arehereby
an. FOR SALE OR RENT-3-bed- FOR SALE-4S ft. house trailer door on the tint Monday In the notified and required to
room cement block Month of January, l><5, which I* file any olalmi or demand which" j
SALE Two bedroom house In1ewiston. 2-bedroom with 2 rooms tbs 4th day of January 1W. they may hare acalnit auld relate
JOB $300. Payment $55 peramp Call Belle Glade 9986668 added on. Two 50x115 lots Display Dated this let day of Dcmor In the office of the County
e. 1914 Judge of Hendry County Florida.
for information fenced.
.W. D. Keg. tfc tfc $3500. See COre Landers DOROTHY MOORB CLARK In the oourthoue at LaBelle. r r ;
TV & Radio Service Center CI.rk Circuit Court Florida, within" alt calendar
YU 2-1221. H ndry County, Florida month from the data of the
Real Estate ,REAtESTATE, FOIt'RENtFOR Dec31e CN til tint publication of this lIotl_ et I give every
FOR Classifieds Des I, 10, IT, 14, 1114 Bach claim or demand must b* \
Dryf-two bedroom CBS eonAuction. SALE OR RENT-lO'xC' In writing and mu.t state the \
$9,000.JOrrBSIDE2 RENT One> and two bedroom two bedroom house trailer. place or residence and poit-of- ti2nd
bedroom frame trailers, Call YU 3-2761. flee address of the claimant and gallon FREE
also} large tic must b* sworn to by the claimant : ;
..Im shady spaces City sewerage Glades Co. C hi* agent or hie attorney,
FOR SALE 1955 Richardson Roofing or It will, \ become void accordingto
ACREAGE as available. No YU pets.2-2661.Clewlston Trailer Park. house trailer, 37'. Call YU 21236. All Tma of *.of aid FOR SALENEARLY law. The law require claim when you buy :::
IjlCHES NEW 2-BEDROOM. tfc to b* filed In duplicate. .
tic Sheet Metal Work November re. 1>64.
bath frame home. Hardwood FOR RENT One bedroom New Construction er NEW2BEDROOM Helene Roche Baum, ,

toon. Broward house. Phone YU 2-6881. tIc Repair Jeba Estate Admlnlitratrl of Arthur of the Baum, MARY CARTER : :,
115 FOR RENT-Furnished apart Phone 2.7111Day CBS HOME deoeaied.
Film Beach and Dade couivto ments. 824 Concordia Ave., First publication on Des 10 1504. I
Tarious sizes and prices. YU 26675. tfc FACTORY FRESH WALTHAM P. 0.er B Evening.i IMSCLEWBTON SAVE$600UNDER bee la, IT', 14, II, 1114NOT1CB I

Small cash payment.Efficiencies and FOR RENT One bedroom or Gruen, 17 Jewel watches FL%. PAINTSat :
JOlt BENT $20 to $30 below list. See AIFuUer' OF I1TKNT10N" TO
bowl as available. Trailer. Not in trailer park. nraiiTKii<: FICTITIOUS NAMH
ad 8. NEW COST
Call YU 32403. tfc page Dec3lc undersigned lIoe. hereby
APARTMENTS CHRISTMAS mobile home rental builnei at
Over 1.000 vacant tots to'select FOR RENT Modern one bedroom BARGAIN-Argus state and sacrifice equity. Clewliton, Florida, under the tictltlnue -
C-3 FOR SALE AI Fuller's
camera, COUNTRY
too for all vurpo,e Variouspicei. apartment. Nice neigh regular, wide- name of Fair Ground* STORE
angle and telephoto lens flash Trailer Park and that acid firm
W. Crescent
attachment, and light meter. All aluminum Florida roraand I I. compoied of the following person. -
AND INCOME Phone YU 2-7521. Jan7p screen room 11'111I1 bedroom OWNER whoa namei and place of line of and
PROPERTY. Sonny Stalls, YU 3-1201 or 31421. trailer attached scald nce are .* follow! Complete paints supplies.
Clyde Hatfleld
Hotel or FOR SALE l-year.-old male Occupancy late November Elisabeth Hntfleld
Btt! MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent trailer space for rent. FairGrounds German shepherd AKC re,. er early December ImmediateOccupancy Ownership of Fair Grounds Trailer Over 1500 colors to choose from.
Park li ai follow.:
CBS construction, $25,000. Trailer Park Phone !istered. Can be leen at 341 Central COMPLETLY FURNISHED! Clyde Hatfield
33044. tic E/llaabeth Hntfleld interior. exterior $4.98 gal. & '
LONG TERM, low interest after 4.30: p.m. JanTc Contact up.
It I* our Intention to apply to
firm, cane, grove and ranch JEAN TULL the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn ,
SIOlIIa l. minimum $50,000. 12 ft. Crestllaer and for Hendry County, Flor. '
Aluminum Ida to r..I.t.r the said of I :
Boat, new condition name I ICLEWlBTON.
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR HENT-Trallers and Trailer YU 3-2921
,, Fair Ground. Trailer Park under
and trailer with 415 W. Alverdez
10 H.P.
Hem talk over your Real spaces. Royal Palm Trailer the provlnloni of Chapter louts, FLORIDA I 11
Johnson, new condition. Also} :3 law of Florida Art of 1941.Ciybe :
Estate problems with us, we Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic nice platform rockers Call YU Phone YU 3-2151 ;! HatfleldEllMbeth l PHONE Ttlkon S-SZS1 ;
pay be able to help you' we HatfleldCN
have helped hundreds.' FOR RENT-3 and 3 room fur- 2-2891. LaByers Motel. tic -511 I Ith
nished Phone 2- If interested Dec. IT., 14, (1, 1964, Jan f, ItIS
J. M. LANKFORD apartment FOR SALE-1960 Blue Thunderbird ela t

Itf. Real Eitate Broker 127L tfc ; 1957 VFord 2-door, 1
of the beet
530 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT One bedroom new paint and interior. Call Pat one ,

Fire, Auto and General Trailer. $17 per week. Lights McElroy, YU 33531. Dec24c masonry residence 1

Insurance and water furnished. Phone YU FOR SALE 1964 Honda 150 -

Qcwiiton, Fla. Ph. YU 102181 2-1064. tic c.c. motorcycle 10 month old. on northaide. \

Looks and runs like new. Cost pleat* .

$540, Sell $295. Call YU 3-1164.

Business Dec24p contact t, 4. NOW": I :
J. M. Lankford "j \ ;
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. ;,, ': .

M. Tomlhuoo, Dna, Fla. Phone o. i ,'' "O -

JOHNSON CARS SALES SEPTIC AND TANK SERVICE RE FOR 5-2786 SALE 55 Plymouth Savoy.tic -s,1. ,-, --.1

Stale Road SU South PLUMBING New tires. Call George Jepson .
at YU 26231. DecSlc MOBILE HOME SALES j
Kock OR 5-2039 t
hoot transportation for your :

money LoBelle, Florida ALL MAKES 2l" USED TVS Large selection of qual.

this aide of Miami E T S. Guaranteed. $1983 ity trailers. Over 50 avail-

down, $14.Uf' per month. LAKE: able. 10, 12, 20 it wide,
APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tic
Tour Pallee DealerCARITHERS GOULD BROS. 40. 50, 60 it. Ion?. From PALM BEACH
FOR SALE Orchids-Bloom $3,795 up. Payments as

PAINT STORE lag $3 & $5. Others $1.00 each. low as $65.

Fireball poinsettlas. Colborne'f WESTWe

IADIO and TV LJeenicd Contractors Insured Nursery, Highway 27. Dec24o On Ventura across from
Clewlstoa POll Office

up, Mynah birds African lovebirds

All approved credit cards S11H E. Socarland Bwr. monkeys, cages, supplies. ; at Liberty National Life Insurance ComI I '\

welcome here. Phone TTJ 11111SEE Pet boarding Thompson; Wild

ttdl Animal Farm Phone YUkon I1236. Sewing Machine 5.:, ,. pany, are proud to announce the opening of a new

Bldg. 108 Bond St. us FORBOTTLED tie Repairs ..' 'l office in West Palm Beach at 4012 Broadway. We .

Phone YU 34441 GAS SINGERSales ,'' .'r'\ have served our many policyholders and friends in.

Bob Ororholt's AppliancesSalesService T ', u! this area for many years through our well trained '

TRAILER SALESNEW Service .a.. ,' d representatives from our Eau Gallic and Ft '
BABY STTTINa anytime. can i I
and USED YU 33491. DecSlp Parts RentalsBrand '-oO ,' .. Lauderdale offices. I
new touch and sew .
S15 Central Avenue HELP WANTEDDo machines *n display at .
Our local of the f 9q;
you need an extra $2500 CARTTHERS RADIO TV. f representatives are typical i
YU 31831WALDRON'S to $40.00 per week's supplement Glades Mercbentlle Co. Authorized personnel who have contributed greatly to the '

your p- Kot ijoomeT; Singer agent la store 'al

3-4101 Fuller Brush :Cs:: nhas every Saturday Please call phenominal growth'of Liberty National. With .' ;;

YU part time work for'HUh YU 24441 or come In 10S assets approaching $1/2 Billion and individual life '

School boys with car or York- Bond Street tic ,

\&ATS! AND CROCEKIZS BENDRT COUNT log men or women that have ...a"f:! .. Insurance in force exceeding $3 Billion, Liberty .,

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p-m. Title & Abstract Co. 10 to 20 to hours part time per week work.: to Call donate ; National will continue to grow and fulfill its moral .

3 to I p.m. Title Aset act-11Ue' InsmneeLaBeOe. collect Belle Glade WW91T.Jan7e. SOUTH SIDE It t .t t4 ry obligations "to watch over yours"; .

Six Days a Week Fla.' NEW FRAME HOME ,'... .., ,.fi.;"

F. O. Box MORaaf C 3 bedrooms -
TO CARE for children A
QED EVERY TUESDAY) e S42U WANTED e baths .'' :: i': 'f
in my home. Clean and 1H 5" 'r '>'ra' rt\ To serve you in this area: -
1w Your 423 : '
Spur of Moment dependable woman. Inquire e fireplacecarport }

Picnics E. El Paso Clewlston betora e .' >, I :\/ ,. v t -,' a 'I r,
w Mile ', f
East of CJe1r1ItoD 12 noon. Dec2te e large front porch a

Bare Beach EVINRUDESales e utility building :tfi'l \ JAME
C. W {
and ServiceNew HELP WANTED, WOMEN ((16'X 320) ,
e flood lightsshrubbery '
.r ,.'
Used ....... WHITE WOMEN. Opportunity "
and .. ,
THIS SPACE: Hardwire. full or part time. No experience e fruit trees : ,1 ROBERT W. BENNETT '. 'I
."...' AeceMorleeHarine necessary. Earn. while you e good construction ;;; ,. ." >
and :
.. <. Farto learn. A weekly: pay check: and Clots 115'X 150"" ... t I : .J i
EvUmaentYTAea '
Safelr absolutely no Investment JDequipment. < .
,e additional Jots v. ., 1'. ''I".r'trll r. ,)- ,
FOR ,..... MJU Have fun and pleasure available 4 .' ,,," '
with friends '
at home shows vt .1;', &
R. E. WALDRON and neighbors. Write Josephine Shown byoppoliitzn .. ,:
Davis P. O. Box 763. Belle *>nt only.. '
Glade Fla. Dec2tc I. M. LANXFORD 1 I .. I I
For prompt. Efficient \I' f !/Vt.f I
Home delivery HELP WANTED :, ,
earnings sewing yr
- Or THE MIAMI HERALD Spare time .
Write Box 1941 Wln>>- '
typing. "

Williams Electric Call Bobby Gidd"ts stamped ton Salem self N.C.addressed Please envelopeor enclose EDWARDS :.r-. -.t 0 watch t over l10urs .

n7 I-IUl Plumbing Repair
*\*. lOc coin for reply. Dec3ie
Repairs AH AppUaBOM l
**ctrleal WANTED tor Replacements.Installation. J LIBERTY
"* Wmuma bone SU21.JJATHCOCK'S part-time telephone survey ..
work. Give phone number. Peeler Trouble Shooting LIFE
Ft. Myers Private line. Not a selling COMPANY 1

job. Air man letter Including 'Septio Tank J.Specialtf R .

" Newt Press education work experience and BIRMINGHAM! ALABAMA
WLM:! SCRTICC: Home Delivery names of references to: Amer

118ACRANT a SERVICE CLYDE CARTER ican Research Bureau TUU CaD YU JWS711 t ,

STATION Concord! Beltsvffle 325 E. Ventura
OPEN:" 711 E. Staff Department '
ALL N1GFtrsous I
-. a. Phone YT! a-TOTl Maryland DecZtc

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according to total dollar volume, relatively Noel and be places the fhll- fjsjas
Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, Florida dropNewman Clewiston man previous State Forester:year C H. Coulter. unchanged since 1962. Wood naval dren'i gifts In their shoes rather Hendry tales tax
Section A Thursday, December 24, 1964 stores, up about 1% In volume than In their stocking.
These figures Include wholesale
is graduatedSeaman manufacturing value which was second with a wholesale In Spain Santa takci the formof total. $29,528Sales
five manufactured value of $52- the Three Wise Men who
f aa :r6.a :r6. at Recruit James A. Is the value added by harvestlag 250000. bring gifts on the eve of Epiphany tax collection, '? ,
the trees, and primary manufacturing Hen.
USN, of Mrs. dry
Wohlhueter. son County
third In instead of Christmas Eve. totaled
Lumber production ':::9,$2g
such conversion to
-- Coach Ernie Hill's Ckwlston Wohlhueter of Clewiston as the to
I Ruby importance, dropped about 13% In Switzerland It is the Christ month of Vemb ,
said Coulter th
; second Nov. 27 from recruit raw paper Florida
tjChri Tigers won their game graduated
to 30 ,000,000 board feet, but because Child who delivers gifts of toys, Commlaalo
of the season here Friday afternoon training at the Naval: Training "More than S230.000.000 more of firmer markets fell nuts, sweets and cakes to has reputed. This 1lIur! ,
as as they built up an early Center, San Diego Calif. is added by remanufacturlng\ back only 5% in dollar volume youngsters. less than $300 below th ear
lead and held on 5546 over Car. He learned bade military law, to consumer products such as to 48354000. for the same month .las tllUre
dinal Newman. paper cups and containers, lumber The tear
customs and etiquette, seamanship seven cent
sD gasoline
Alberto Morrell set a blistering and a basic knowledge of products, and wooden crates Land purchasedfor collections, amounted a 1: $33.05>ta
pace for the tint half scoring shipboard routine. and boxes making the forest Children everywherelove on 472,188 gallons during
14 points which enabled the Also Included In the training products industry in Florida a researchEdward month ii compared with
4 billion dollar Income producer St. Nicholas for
Tiger to lead at the intermission was extensive military drill November of l last teat
3215. However the visiting first aid swimming, water survival ," he said. Although he may have various H. Boeckel Fort My.
Crusaders used a full court tactics, and physical fit No significant rises or declines names or come In as many ers representative for Rohm & 0 e<
press during the second half to ness. were recorded In the guises, the spirit of St. Nicholas! Hall Co., Philadelphia manu e
narrow the gap on Tiger mistakes he various categories of the forest is known to :youngsters the facturers of plastics and chemicals ChristmasGift "
Upon completion was
under the pressure Man- granted a 14 day leave before products market. Pulpwood In- world over. says his company has purchased .
dy Morrell contributed 18 points his station come accounted for 71% of the In France, he 1* called Per land near Homestead for
reporting new
Alberto ended the evening witha research purposes.The .
or a service
total of 22 points. l. """" "" 30 acres purchased Is adjacent
In the rebound department to the Subtropical ExperIment '
John Gass of the Crusaders lead Three Station of the Universityof GIVECracker
with 17, while Al Morrell was injuredin "" 1iil."" Florida at Homestead. It will

second with 14 be used primarily for the com.pany'
The "B" game was won by crashThree research: In agricultural History
v\ May the spirit of the Baby Crusaders by one auto chemicals, Boeckel said, with
point more than $100,000 going Into of
persons were slightly the program
the season bless '
o II' P injured Saturday afternoon Much of the actlvit- Homestead OkeechobeeHard
flail I 5 11 when a passenger car and a field't.esUn.
and all. will be of
one _
Nerkl 4 r 11Counlhan pick-up truck collided at the
__ 4 0 1Conley chemicals. A laboratory and ad-
I 1 I corner of West Circle Drive and Covor
ministration tmUdlnjg will be or Paperback
hair 1 / 0Rllanclo Osceola.
4 built Continued cooperation with Suaarland
1 e IRow.n Pharmacy
Terryll Jane Nash driving a
__ 2
0 1 0 the Homestead sub-station Is
F.rrl.1I _..r..p., II- e olaaarus compact car, Charles Necbitt, Frank's Grocery R
(We will remain closed Saturday, Dec. 26)) Totals _jl_::.. 10 1 I 1 41 I her passenger, and Wilson \ planned. .d1f11a11a1a1111eA1eleaaaelAaaaal,
Bradley, a passenger in the rp Yt e 0

TOGGERY SHOP CLENI.TOO P truck, were taken to Hendry lRoC"",," ICCICICICI( ....;!..2-t1_!:! J.1.JI"'.. 1".
THE flat-Iris __ I / 4 General Hospital where the first -- .. .......
A. Morr.1I ___.__ 10 t II two were treated for facial cuts '

M.Jones Morrell_ ._ ____________ e I 1 1 11 7 and Bradley for a bruised leg
a Bowden ____ 1 1 I All were released after treat- bringing you holiday joys
Total ____ It T II ment.
Newman I 7 11 1t-4I Patrolman Chuck Roberts,
Clewl.ton 17 9 14-61
who investigated the accident,
00 00 00 C 00 OCto U 00 OC U 0 u 00 U 0 U 0 0 00 0 0 00 U U OJ charged George Banks, Jr., NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP

( driver of the truck, with failureto rt
yield the right of way, He a _
estimated the damage to the
.; .
:.. '.J, .,. sm.compact at $250 and the truck. f a

i" Roberts said Banks was going
rrIli Se .,t
north on West Circle Drive
and Miss Nash west on Osceola
when the accident occurred. /

l : nOEL What gift wrappings"WANTED to do with t/

\ Christmas Gift
the .
N Wrapping'. Please save them
for our Children's Night Class." R
r.iirus gift,of This Item is from the Christmas
issue Of "Smoke Signals",
peacebe the monthly publication of the yA

Semlnolei, Joe Dan Osceola,
yours editor.
We have no further information
,J>ut wt are lure that neatly E
packaged used gilt wrappings o.1
could be transported to the Reservations
by any of several
+ persons who regularly visit
them on business. (Health
SINCERE BEST WISHES !'' nurses, Fred Mintsdeoca Jack YULETIDE WISHES
Joe Lewis, and others). '
Way the glad tidings of this Mr. and Mrs.

CARL HORNSBY Florida forest r "',. 'joyous Season bring lasting LUCILLE SMALL. Harvard Parkinson

income increasesFigures peace to every liearL _...............-........_ 1l
to 0 00 0 00 0 CD 00 0 00 00 0 00 0 00 00 0 0 0 0 0 00 00 00 co co co ou:6" recently compiled by
the Florida Forest Service show -.
1963 Florida forest products In-
," ""a come up slightly front 1962. Mr.andMrs.J.R.SprattMERRY J RANCHERS.
JOHN L. HALL The Florida forest products e.Insurance.
Industry in Florida counted a
dollar volume of $534,963,000: in '" ""I6 g<<"
;.:: """" 1963, up from (533,496,000 the Companies. .

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a" e reryots4ia >4 ;i6a1l
Businessmen .

Complete Accounting Sendee IBM Data Processlnj
I Accounts Receivable. General Ledger
Payrolls and Distribution; Financial Statements
Income Tax Prepcr-n-n

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1 1212 First Si at North Trail Sarasota, Florida

Pat t and Joyce Drake r

May Christmas echo ..
/Joyfully '
t, In your heart thru'the, year S """"" y a RJI ;. \<; i h'. Ji, J >,igM .

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,injectors. CHRISTMAS! 1 Egg, Sausage, Grits

SHIP COLLECT BY TRAILWAYS BUS in the hearty old-time i

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2501 STATE ROAD 94 w |jj Like our tea and coffee? Your second cup Is fi

Fort Loud rdal*.. Flo. Pione 587-1820 J J.W. and Dorothy Clark CARITHERS RADIO & TV H FREE. Also your third fourth. etc. .. ,/

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r 'Dedicated! ,to the advancement of IIentry County and America't Sweetest Town" >_ I Ir.
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on's best wishes, to you t! VOLUME 37 NUMBER 52 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 24, 1964 Retain Postage Guaranteed Sec. 343.3, PJt Subscription M.OO year :, I
celebrate \: I


Christmas I
BARBECUE Eclipse of

How Christmascame in your hearts! '
{fl I

moon big into beingOur Frank & EdnaRODRIGUEZ

show hereThere Holiday Season with Its to this present day, the Sav.iour' :6
joyous feeling mixed with re birth has been observed.But i
I > 'Iou.1 observance Intrigues to this day In some foreign
was widespread deser many as to Its beginning Of countries, the festival of Christ- Iewvvevvwvvrv'ivIr sMg
tion of television lets In Clew-
course there are many legends mae still occurs on many different r
iston on Friday night as the and Interpretations concerning dates Members of the Or- .
moon and the earth shadow P the origin of Christmas. Its thodox religion such as the Russian
conspired to stage one of nature'a 1 1Y 1f 1fdff
name and why we celebrate It Creek and Ukrainian com-
finest celestial shows. during December, Much time memorate Christmas on the 6th
People emerged from housesall and study were given to establish of January. In most European
over the city as shortly after ,t a reasonable date and answers countries, December 6th Is the sgs ,
I IA Ia Ie Iee 7 o'clock the shadow began I to give us the Christmas day chosen to mark the begin- I Kt I Ii Ir
O to creep up the face of the moon we now enjoy. The fourth century log of the long and happy season
until some two hours later it ,
+' 1s as far as clerical researcher -
was In total eclipse Some wentto and lay scholars cano Y
the dike where the moon Just l Into history, to pinpoint the
off Its full splendor, laid a I observance of our traditional
shimmering path across the I hrlitmas. However the custom Old Santa has
broad expanse of the lake, of a Christmas festival was (
through the pepper grass and already established dating back
reeds, to shore ,from previous eras. many namesThe
Some used binoculars in or- r The word Christmas began as
der to get a clearer view of the "Christ'. Mass" or from old giving of gifts, since the e
e phenomenon and others unlimbered English "Chrlstes Masse" or Wise Men and shepherds
cameras to make a per- the Mass of the Christ And It brought gifts to the Holy Child, _
manent record of It. was St. Cyril, bishop of JerusaLem is traditional to this present
There were rain clouds that i 1 who strlved to set up a day. But Santa's name differs
at times threatened to disrupt peJ G :,CIII"f'JL l TiTHE universal day of observance: from country to country POLAND
the show but they did no more from Its regular spring celebration has Mother Star who
}U _
than to create interesting light The good bishop was brings the gifts, for rather StarIs
patterns here. In West Palm PLEASANT TOUCH OF CHRISTMS la given the ranted[ permission by Pope Julus > to be feared.
Beach and surrounding areas, Hendry General Hospital each year by members of the I to appoint leading theologians In HOLLAND it Is St. Nicholas
however, the rain fell heavily, CewHcn: Gar, n Club. A aerie fcf workshops) are held of the time to determine, who distributes gifts In chit-
BURCHARD, THE BUILDER: driving people shelter Just as at which the decorations are prepared. later to b. hung II accurately as they could, the dren's shoes near the chimney.To e.'..gM
total eclipse was achieved. la fit kb>T< csnldorsj and rooms Shown with the Christmas date of Christ's nativity. Having the SWISS the gifts are The Season's
((((...<< -- I"II( The next performance will tree la ft* lobby ar.i (]Vnllng) Mrs. Jack Scott. chairman discovered/'many-discrepancies brought by an Angel who rides 4
take to the biggest stage In the and contradictions In astrologV- drawn I reindeer. beat to ;you I
of the cl ib's) Therapy Committee! (standing lh) Mn. I In a sleigh by
"" universe in April of 1968 By Jack Fry (right) Mn. Fred C. Slkei. club president for cal and astronomical celebration calendars of The ENGLISH await Father
betaking the accurate
that time astronauts may SAFF PHOTO Christmas. The SPANISH wait :
a closer view, luist's Mass, the Church set for the bearing of gifts from the South Florida
the 25th of December for this traditional Three Wise Men. t
joyous holiday.So ITALIANS received their gifts
Parachute Inc.
Taxes and feesFlorida I I since the year of 352 A.D. From "La Bcfana" who carriesa ,

I broom and goes from house to
p Paul PoppnliagrMthMi
i'hYY \ house in search of the Christ
state and local governments Florida were mad up of 84(2700 ,- March of Dimes Child. .
N........ ..."''''..oCIC
119T together collected 81.- ,000 In all types of property
462,:500,000 I In taxes and feet during taxes; 1659,700,000 I in other levies
the 1963 fiscal year, 6 percent generally e a 11 d consumer '65 drive planned >iMiM '
over the previous year, taxes; and 8340,100,000 In fees v r ;(
while expenditures of these governments licenses and miscellaneous general -
l Increased 16 cent, Mr. M. M. Marbry, field representative -
per revenue.
r the Florida Stat Chamber of "These governments together Foundation was of the in dewlston National' bJ;;; -
Commerce pointed out I In Its
o outspent their receipts by 8321- lest week conferring with Ross
eO.aaq Weekly Business Review released Jr
200,000 with a total general expenditure .aByer, R. F, Baker and other
of 1.783.700,000 during leaders I la the annual "Marchof
"All taxes collected by the the year The federal government Dimes" campaign.The fund ---
state government: by all cities supplied about half of drive will take place early I In -
r counties' and districts are Included the excess spending and the balance the year. ,
in this total State was borrowed.
Each year the Lions Club, asa ,
state comparisons can be mad "Outstanding debt of these civic project, has furnished _. I ,....) I.
only by lumping these governments governments In Florida totaled eadwsbip for organizing the '"
r On this basis Florida's 12.364,200,000 at the end of the drive, and enlists volunteers .....1...
total ranked tenth among the 50 fiscal year, up 15 per cent com- from the entire town to aid I in ..-,,-
states, On a per capita basis! with 8 cent national -
T Floridianpaid pared an per the project. The Foundation, wishing you happy holidays.Mr. .
however the average average. Their cash and security since the vaccine for polio immunization
WISHING YOU HOLIDAY CHEER! (265 in these taxes last holdings gre* not quits has been developed,
residents of 28 other
year so fast and cam to 11,557,800000 ,- la now primarily devoted to research -
figure. and Mrs. W. B. Barron
states paid a higher and treatment of birth .

CITIES SERVICE STATION "The atete-ocal collections I In at year's end. defects and crippling diseases. -...............-....--..-"' ......................

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'Harvey Pridgen I
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joy'and'peace to

all'lheworld'lMyrli !

Whiddon's) 'E


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Teach your children t '

traffic safety ,
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p. Seasons best wishes to II'd' ',
4 you 1;
W0wM you healthDICKSON'S ? ;
and lading peal
:May your holiday 1 C'J&I .

be,blessed with much joy. aQ 0) "

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THE CUEWISTON NEWS dewlstoo Florida present cash values the hIIhI I Cold weather is
Legends surround plants I est, the best and the present I
Section B Thursday, December 24, 1961mid
use of the property; it location; fire danger time
its quality, size, general conditions :
and flowers at Christmas and income He also Although cold weather was
outlined the oiganlzatlon
late coming to Florida this year
I Everyone knows that mistletoe meal they heard a knock at the of appraisal work, classifying several persons already have
Is traditionally hung at door. They opened It to discover various property and making a died needlessly from lire, the
Christmastime, but few know a cold and hungry little boy study of the various factors State Board of Health say*.
which would determine its value
the reason why or the reasons outside. They welcomed hint Into Greg Esser presided at the All fixed heaters must have
behind the usage of many other their bome, sharing their aim- club meeting, and announcedthe outside vats and trailers are
plants and flowers during the pie meal with him. The woodcutter Lions community Santa just a* Important ai homes,
holiday season Mistletoe was '( son even Instated. on giving said A. W Morrison, Jr., director
i Claus party for the children on
/ first used In pagan rite, an old up his bed so that the pitiful Christmas Eve morning will of the Division of Sanitation
relates that child might have good which licenses trailer
I Scandinavian myth a night's take the place of the regular parks kf
Lcki. the god of Evil, killed rest In the morning, the familywas meeting He urged all Lions to 'Gas or oil stoves must be ''E .:
i'i' Balder, the god of Spring, witha awakened by the singing of vented to be safe" he said. ,
,, be on hand and assist with this '
yy to $11.rssr Irieedst
mistletoe' arrow Baldrr's life angels and found that their mysterious annual community projectLENGTHY I "They also must be kept In
was restored, and In gratitude, guest was none other good working order"
''imflk his mother, Frigga. decreed than the Child Jesus! "I have Morrison suggested that any ERNIE'S BARBERSHOP
that mistletoe should never be accepted: your gifts, and here Is TERM rubbish be cleared away from
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and "' -- ...... ..
used as a weapon again Mine to you, the Child said, stoves; that such items -
promised to kiss anyone who breaking off a branch from a fir Samuel Compers served as ai paint, turpentine and oil be
passed beneath the plant. The tree and placing in the ground president of the American Federation stored in a safe place, that the '"""""" ":
1 1a.ae" Victorian English later Introduced 'This shall always bear Its fruit of Labor for 37 years, exhaust fan over the kitchen ,
the custom of kissing UDder at Christmas, and you will always missing only one year a* bead stove be cleaned of accumulated
the mistletoe. at Christmas.The have abundance! Thus, of the organization grease, that beaters not be
poinsettia ins long been according to the legend, began close to window curtains or oth-
associated with the Yule season the custom of setting up trees er material which could burn
and has a beautiful story behind within the home at Christmas, "Another thing to remember
it The legend tells of a is that carbon monoxide can
poor young girl who longed to kill Just as quickly as fire,"
present a gift to the mother of Buiding permits Morrison said "That's the reason -
Jesus but having nothing of for vents for stove And
value, picked a handful of weedsto Its Important to have a little!
H present to Mary. As she presented exceed million fresh air in the house. Anyway,
her humble gift the fresh air heat more quickly
weeds were suddenly transfoim- than old stale air. Each year
.c ed into huge scarlet blooms, and Building permits for the Cityof I we have death! In Florida which

garlands of good wishes! thus was born the Christmas dewiston the million for dollar 1964 mark had passed last ,; could have been avoided by peo-
jolnsettia per care. We will probably have
Friday a* a total of I1,032,31S
more this winter-and most of
Of the most beloved
course was recorded on the books at them "
holiday decoration Is the Christmas can be avoided
City Hall with almost two weeks Last
year 242 persons died of
tree. A charming folktale still to '0. The figure for last
JOE HALL SOD From Germany tells bow this year wa $995,775 I fire and explosion in Florida,
201 of the'.
tradition began: poor wood- n In homes In 1962
cutter lived deep in the forest The largest items concerned 1 ( the total was 228 with 203 of
with his wife and young son. permits for buildings at the golf them In the home

.. ;, One they stormy were eating Christmas their Eve dinner as course.golf The course permit club for house buildingthe secured we sincerely thank you

by Kennedy Construction TO PROTECT ACCUSED the
Company, was for $49,000; the for your patronage.. May
a pro shop for $24,000. In additionto Peace New legal procedures giving be most happy for you.
,joy holidays
this the US. Sugar Corporation and more protection to the accused
secured permission to movea all the best will go into effect In West Germany
frame residence from Town next April 1. Under the
site Village to the golf courseat for you! provisions persons suspected of G. R. BERNER
f a cost of $6,000. The house Is crimes will be allowed to ob-
now being used by the golf professional I tain a lawyer; immediately, investigative
custody will b& limited Distributor Gulf Products
Permits for residences, 48 of to six months and defense
them, were responsible for the attorneys will be entitled to acres
major portion of the total fig to all evidence. accumulated 7.; 1.;.
ure, with three construction by the prosecution.
companies Coastal Imperial, %+ftlt IC'C'CIft1I'C"' M/he+(WPfr7K[YV4TeKKKrrY%

I Fort Myers Villas and Kendall "
? accounting: for $421705 of the
totaL> A building for the elementary JEPSON
F school was listed for 25.
/ t
cost of additions listed in
permits came to a total of $143.-
a 090) with some of the larger
Items being an addition to the ,
1'f Community Presbyterian

Church on Royal Palm, $30,000; -UQ IOKtl.q
extension of the electric line
> along Sonora to Francisco to I + 11s1 ,,

/ State Park, $20,000; extension of e
< the water main along Sonora I
m> *
7 from Pacific to the eastern limits I
of the city $18,500, and ex-
( ) tension of the water line along t
ft t
: } Aztec to San Luis, $8000. !
7t h.JN C. M. Pirkle, building inspector :
t alf ,-yWe expressed pleasure at the
i figure having topped the r million
dollar mark He laid he has
wish all our mends, been carrying on a campaign w
Peace en Earth... to have permits Issued for all ft
in the spirit of the season, Good Will Toward Men. type of building the city,,no
matter how tmallPeterson .
long life and happy days.
s + 7y, + '
tells ++
t }
Kirchman Company, Sinclair Products BELLE BRYAN of appraisal work I ii If I "fssmNSorra

..IJIJ.-otAltl'A'..h"J.,J..w--------J 1 L .L 1 1 _..:!,. ,...--...-...-..-...-...- ilve Henry of Hunnlcutt Peterson and, representa-Associates, To you and yours,

J as told: Lions Club Thursday that TO 'ot; o31t heartiest good wishes of the Season!
a"I the work of appraising all real
and personal property in the
county will be completed by
April. "This will permit the use THE WILSONS
of the appraisals in preparingthe SHAWNEE FARMS: '
1965 tax rolls," he said
\I11* Peterson said the company } Parker, Claudia Jim, Jan .
AL will hold a "book opening at
the conclusion of the work, ,In ,
order to give all taxpayers an ....1t1CIC..c......
opportunity to Inspect the valuations
on their property A representative / =1 g:6 :::-s.
i / your
of the firm will answer
questions and make explanations -
as necessary at that holiday be right//

time, he said.Peterson .
gave the club members Al's Army Store
a brief review of the basic
approaches to determinating Al and Jeanne
values of property Florida law S
gives as guiding factors the i&{ tt.di .\

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a"<<"""" 1\ Castro would insist, among other indicate 133.80; Federal tamps,,,,tie know that h*. too will never Ckwlston' Florida THE CLEWISTON: NEWS Page Tare
things, that the u.s. resume $1265 forget! At great formal parties I Section: B Thursday. December 24, 1984
when her father and mother
t Front buying some of his sugar at a J. M. Langford Clewlston to
fixed premium price. How our Kramlich Associates Inc., !'t. entertain the peers of the

present sugar allotments policy; Myers, Lots S, 6, T, II, 11. 18. U, the ipeclal nutcracker delight to II l an an-object and only of sty I, Miami January 8, and of the famed Singling Brothers '
byJ would be Juggled to accomodat 20, Block 430, General Flans of
Pensacola January 11. and Circus,
and Barnum Bally
Marie truly knows why.
:J Doyle e reentry; of Cuban sugar Into the Clewlston ss. 81800. Fed. : Among outstanding observances '
t Lv Comma American market is \the question stamps-$6(0. will be Epiphany or will! be the seen of a premiereperformance t
... foridoaworM facing further developmentof Merle Davis and wife, LaBelle Greek Cross Day at Tarpon ,
Florida tours other Florida citiesand
our Florida sugar industry; to Oscar L. Langtord, Jr., and events Springs January 8 and Stephen ; ,
o1 AgricuHij sets out on its regular itinerary.
Because the State Department wife, the N one-half of Block 93. Foster Week at the White
influences trade policies addition to the City: of 0 Shows are scheduled Jam.meaty
our Goodno's ,
Springs! January ( and Stephen
1 and 6 and Jan
Our South Florida sugarcane when they; have a bearing on LaBelle. SS-47.50; Fed stamps set in January Foster Week at the WhIte ( at p.m.
10 at I and 6
growers would do well to go foreign relations it la possible -4285. Spring Memorial January -1T, uary; p.m. aZ' !

slow in plans they may; have we would accede to a Castro An on, gas ana mineral lease Florida January calendar of The Greek festival commemorates fifio't'tSS! :: :: =-::<<
t;} increase sugarcane plantingsat demand for help with sugar as from the Tilbury Public School event reflects the start of the the baptism of Christ by : I II
this timeWashington:-. one meant of weaning him Ontario, Canada ortIng
Board Tilbury, busy( winter season when l John the Baptist and begins
observers have away; from dependence on the to Phillips Petroleum Com cultural and aoclal: activi- with services at St. Nicholas
reported prospects are Improving Russian and their satellites. pany, Coral Gables a portion of ties 10 Into full Iwln,. Bright, Greek Orthodox Church At
ROOFING CO. that sometime in the near At the moment Castro hal Section 10, Township 48 S. luii-filled dayi and warm, noon a procession of church
!uture, possibly in 1965, Castro little more than sugar to offer Range 14 E. SS-81.20: Fed. moonlight nights provide an dignitaries and youngsters' in
will be forced to make a deal In the way of Important com stamps-.55. Ideal letting for taking in all Gr. e k costumes: move to

i a""">Wa > +It.7a< ""1Jt" \ wtih the U.S. that will bring modities. The Cuban sugar harvest Oil, gss and mineral leas the month hn to offer Spring Bayou where youths dive
him more or less back into the in the coming year 1 II expected from Areca Stone Bailey; and for a golden cross thrown into
Heading the lilt of aoclal: event
Western fold to total S million or more Gables to Phillips Feasts
husband, Coral the water by the bishop.
""""-""' "' -" ballshonoring ;
will be ilx Inaugural
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His economy Is continuing to tons, largely because of favorable Petroleum Company Coral Governor and dancing at the Sponge Exchange -
go to pieces and the Russians weather. That's a big increase Gables, land in T US., R. !4, new Haydon follow.
Burnt to be held at clUe
are f>d up with him. from the 3.3 million tons E. and land in T 48 S., and R. Foster Week,
throughout the lUte Followingthe During Stephen
of 1963. an all-urn low. W* Fed.
It Is 83610
S. ;
expected deal 34 E. itamps
any accomplished : inauguration at Tallahassee the composer is honored at the
used to take an average of .30.
1 will be made onlyon 4 Cuban stamps-114 January; S, the lint baU will be memorial by special concerts
about cent of the
our terms. Castro would held that night at the Capital featuring his works TIle Amigo
have to get out of the Soviet production. : of Lake City will
City. Other balli are icheduled Male Singers
In the meantime the New
orbit: make some payment for Congress 1 I. expected, to tackle Favoritestories at Tampa January; 8; Orlando, give a program January 10 at
,k II I I1 II Ir seized U.S. property and give with January 7; Jacksonville, Janubringing 2:30 p.m. and the St. Petersburg ti tius
a new sugar bill along
up agitation and
sabotage in Male Chorus will present a
some other tough farm como.
concert 16 and 17 at
But I'm inclined dlty problems, next year; .. ::6. s. January
to believe
2:30 p.m. Special recitals: on the f
97.bell carillon of the Stephen
The first full week's trading
Foster Tower will be beard Jan
a retold I
in live beef cattle futures got 1&
e. uary 13 at t a.m., noon, S and
off to a fast start recently on
4 30 I/
: p.m.Venice
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange One Christmas Eve, many i
years ago, a little girl named winter headquarter
Approximately 409 contracts, Marie received as a gift a wonderful
each for 25.000 pounds, were wooden nutcracker No R08ECTA STONE
IIIIIIIIIII traded during the,week. /t the ordinary; kitchen tool, this-but Three languages are inscribed may the joys i iGhnstmas
\ close of the week prices ranged a brave hussar with high black on the Rosetta Stone First inscription -
I'll' from 82340 a hundred weightfor shako and bright red coat, who Is In the ancient Egyptian be your
I April delivery, to 124.40 for cracked nuts between his teeth hieroglyphics second is in
I ( October J96T delivery. every; time he clicked his heels. J Demotic and, at the bottom of
According to the Exchange No wonder Marie stole softly the stone, the same menage Is
president. Everett B, ,Harris, downstairs to tee him again! written again in Greek. ,
Hendry County
"it was by far the most aggressive But what was her astonishment To help make your Christmas

opening of any, commodity reaching the tree, to finda a gay; holiday; garnish those Sales
we'v. ever h id" on the fierce battle .raging betweenthe holiday drinks by; freezing holly: Aluminum
Chicago market. plump parlor mice and the mint leaves, pineapple tidbits
The contracts specify Choice comeallve toy; soldiers. To protect or maraschino cherries in Ice Boston & Gr*?
Grade Uve steers, with only two her from harm, the valiant cubes Lime, lemon or orange
delivery; points at this time. nutcracker transformed himself wedges also dress up beverages
TO : Chicago and Omaha livestock: into a boy prince, and bore her and add flavor a
yean. away to the land of the SugarPlum
Trading not subject to U.s. Fairy; There, all her favorite .,"...........................-,.r.sr''r'ar''r'.y'.sr..........
:((6.r6.W6.r6.. :(6. ;
Department of Agriculture in dances '
regulations candles Joined .
YOU but USDA has agreedto representing the countries from gbringing
e furnish grading service whenIt which they; originated
is needed. In practice, few Light as spun sugar themselves -
dellverlei are expected to be the children traveled on 1J I
made, but when they are USDA through the frosty night to the '
Isn't responsible, although it is land of the Snow King and his I
reported to believe 85 per cent Queen. Before scintillating
...TO MEN OF COOD of the live cattle It grades thrones of ice, they; whirled with I

WILL. i HAPPY "choice" will turn out that way. the dazzling inowflakei, until a ors \
drift of perfumed blossoms melt- a I
CHRISTMASEdwards TO YOUI To all my readers, best wishes ed the ice-bound court, and
,"<;. for a Merry Christmas anda wreathed the drowsy children
happy, fruitful New Year. with the magic of spring Deepin you good
a mist of dreams, Marie and

,;, the little Prince lost one another. wishes galore I ; \
Plumbing When at last Marl awokein

Real estatetransactions the her amazing little white nutcracker bed at lay home stIffly -, HINGSOtfELECTRO you holiday joys( /

& Repair Service I on the counterpane But the
WESTERN AUTO Prince, "long a changeling by James B. Hendry SalvageGlades !
Recent real estate transactions enchantment, had escaped forever
and oil leases transacted: into the Land of Dream ;
i: in Hendry County include: Com True Ever since that
Ft. Myers to James Gerald to talk about the strange-
Maxham, Sr., and wife, of Clew- adventure But at times there faa
Iston a portion of Lot 12 and twinkle in his eye which hl
Lot 13, Clewlston. State stamps amounts almost to a wink MaTO'EVERYONE -

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THE CLEWISTON! NEWS ..-......."" Nature's most tortured art 004GREETINGS

Thursday December 24. 1964 J- .

is found in Florida swampsNature's

Saint Francis
most tortured art Is who bat spent 30 years combine -
to be found in the swamps of the. Everglade for! unusual
the Florida in the form of cypress specimen He has one of the
originated i knees. largest collections In the world.

By same strange alchemy the Even the "billboards" that friendwe
Yule carolAt roots bind up from the swamp advertise the Catkins place are
water In the form of men gnarled cypress trunk and
beasts and even the statue of branches that hold the Kneeland
the Madonna. Some of the knees name. They are found along the
this most Joyous seasons
are said to look like Eisenhower roads radiating from the Palm- extend
t have you ever Christmas wondered DeGaulle, Washington. Others dale area. our sincere good wishe
how our modern-day .
resemble fish or bears.Some
carol came about? None other The specimens at Kneeland -
than St. Francis of Assist! the rwemble nothing at all range from small twisted
patron saint of animals Is credIted but are 13 grotesque they are branches not more than six Everglades Tropical! Gardens
saved for this fact alone.
Y inches In to
with originating the Christmas r height giants seven
At Palmdal on Highway 27
carol as we know It. feet tall. The big ones come-
0 I north of LaBelle Is Cypress from the St. John's River .000000.0000001.0010000.0000.. .
It he who first conducteda
was Kneeland run by Tom Gaskine
Christmas mass, singing the swamp ":: ::
Gospel and giving the main sermon Although Ga. kin.1 exhibits "
in IOn,. This new and wonderful { >>: come mostly from Florida
way of saying the mass swamps be Is not so provincialas fa
was kept alive till the time of to eschew those from other Q
Richard the Lion-hearted. Minstrels areas and on Us shelves can be -
Clewiston Machine ShopT. and folk-singers passed found knees from 22 other states, % t. -1
them on from generation to generation. Including Ohio Indiana. Illinois *
C. and Buford Yon ... may it bum bright Pennsylvania. New York and

During the 15th Century the I In heart! Delaware.The I)0.
o U 0 co 00 U 00 00 00000 U 0 0 0000 0'00000000000000 0 0 0 1 singing of the Gospel broke every Gasklns ""factory" sits In .

way from the austere sombre 7s an oak and native palm hammock a qtrf .
< : Se. : chants of the Church, going onto behind which Is swamp.
s achieve greater magnificence 0 Visitors can tour this swamp

and musical splendor.In MID-CITY through ancient towering trees \
i that have been standing ankle-
the 17th century during
G deep In the water for
the Puritan's time, the Christ- swamp f.
GULF SERVICE longer than anyone can remem-
mil carol went into a decline f
1I because of the belief that celeratlons ber.The
should not be Joyous. Q walk Itself Is a curiosity, rJ
Not until the 19th century did 3askins having made it himself
the Carol have a semblance of by sawing cypress logs Into
returning with all of Its Jovial lengths and slitting off boards
r popularity. And this was ..chlevJII ) and shingles with wedges. For -
ed only through Illegal printing Jfj / his purpose he had to find
and singing of carols in private trees that were straight-grained.

tomes. Gaskins has forced cypress Q
It was not until 1840 that the .l kneel to take some curious
I c Christmas carol regained and y brms. He has Induced them to e e
maintained all of Its popularity.For crush a pewter cup like a boa
during this year the world's constrictor to encircle arrow
most> famous Christmas carol heads and bottles. He has outdone greetttigs to 'oil our iendslFORD'S !
was published "Silent Night. P the weird craftsmanship of
. Up to this present day all of Its nature by bruising and cutting
joys and hopes and reverence the knees so that they change
are still felt In all its simple shape In healing. SHELL SERVICE
beauty. i Gasklns has started many a
visitor in the hobby of collectIng -
cypress knees for them- Ralph & Carey

HAVE A HAPPY .. The Yule .) selves. This Is best done In the IJ
GREETINGS TO AlU winter when swamps are dry "I :l.l
HOLIDAY SEASON! and knees can be cut off Just
above or below the ground level.
log storyOh Some peel the bark off when
Redish Standard ServiceMay
w SUGGS GARAGE the knee Is still fresh and green
how warm and bright that and the wood is soft It then Is
"" "" Yule Log burns on our Christ- malleable and can be turned
mil night. The Yule Log's beginning : )'tU from Its own devious plans toward

.... .. .. ....... back. It can is be also traced generally centuries be- fled wants. something the collector

eved that the traditional burning -
of the Yule Log was handed xt
cYA down to Scandinavian countriesfrom
English-speaking countries
1 I The Scandinavian feast of Poor fishing
r ,.I., Winter Solstice was observed by
4fchee the kindling of huge bonfires to ei
the god'Thor. 'In England the I Miles denies it
6 : S Yule Log was burned amidst I
( g ) great noise. and song. The large OYnwi.; Reports that fishing poor In
castle estates had minstrels to Lake Okeechobee-as a resultof
sing to the log but where no The Eeaeori'Bbeet current construction on the
minstrels were available it was to Herbert Hoover Dike
you were
customary for the family mem- denied emphatically today by
G h e' a jers to salute the log them- TOWN PAINT the Central and Southern Florida ,.
loJ elves.
Flood Control District. .,
Because of our modern living AND HARDWARE "Fishing Is as good as ever e
conditions the burning of the In the Lake" said Riley SMiles .
Yule Log here in America Is s"'"" of Kissimmee Chairmanof
< .," virtually I non-existent the FCD Governing Board. ,
Miles explained that contractors ,j '
'411 -Jo-Jo.! who are enlarging the Dike
-''rr.rr.--E E-E E rr rr r w ,.rte r around the north end of Lake

1ova Okeechobee are taking fill from
J '.... the land-side of the dike-not
i\' from the Lakeside
'* Of course there is no problem
holiday f
your with fishing the lake and no
be bright with special joys 'muddying" of water In the All the best wishes to our good friends.
.. rr Lake as a result of this.
Miles stressed that Lake
Okeechobee covers 730 square
BEN FRANKLIN 5 & 10 miles and more fishermen than
O every heart, ,, Lake.ever before are? visiting the OLD SOUTH BARBQt

to 0 0 000 1 0 0 1 00 00 0 0 010 0 00 00 00 00 000000 .0000000l merry Chrlifraat Fishing camps around the perimeter
of the Lake report that
aQ -Q QaQQ strings of 15 to 18 bass per day 44
are currently being taken from
& to you, our Lake Okeechobee. Bass average
I three to six pounds, and larger
EL PATIO MOTEL size bass are quite common.
CLEWISTON MOTEL Catfish as usual are being
aught In large numbers. Also
there are bream speckled
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<< pike pickerel, and even
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|f within your heart at Christmas _the. lingering magic of the Season. ,,;. I threshold
'a. o//a bright nee year. t| Agj N

and throughout the year ahead, WISHING 'FOR ALL OUR FRIENDS



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Mrs, Carlton down the levee Clewlston, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pall The
I The story of the first Christmas I Girl Scouts hike from Clewiston to the Garden. Section B Thursday, December 24, 1964
Just prior to entering the Gar- I
"Ana it came to pass In those everlasting Father, The Princeof Tropical dens they were met by Mrs. J.
days that there went out a decree Peace M. Rider, who provided Ice cold
from Caesar Augustus,that But eVe more than being the their group leaders of Mrs.Girl Eddie Scouts Cros-and punch for the Soup, each of ":r.r.:: : ::"" ":::" """
all the world should\ whom had brought their own"nosebag"
be taxed.
announcement of a long-awaited by and Mrs. Ace Carlton, hiked
(And this taxing was first historical event, the message of to Everglade Tropical Gardens lunch. After a j j'ALM
made when snack and a rut, fie girls entered
Cyrenlus was goo that Christmas was one of love Sunday afternoon and were the ,ardal.1.Mr. .
error of Syria), -a love that transcends our human guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. .. Gonterman proved a.
And all went to be taxed. every understanding and reaches Gonterman on a tour of this at- very gracious hostess, explainIng
one into his own city Into every heart that will re- traction.
to the group a bit of the history :" 1
And Joseph also went up from celve It. Twenty girl made the triP. and uses of the trees and
Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth For it was love that was born hiking with Mrs Crosby and shrubs as well as describing _
into Judaea, unto the city Into this world on that very first the flowers and the many tropical lr )
of David, which Is called Beth Christmas birds In the gardens Each
too HapPT1 and bright! lehem; (because be was of the girl was permitted to hold a ,
house and lineage of David. "a"" macaw and have her picture Q
To be taxed with Mary hi* taken by Mri Carlton. Mrs '
espoused wife, being great with Gonterman gave each of the "
CANE COURT child. three ladles a white orchid cor-

And it sage, .;.t
so was that, while
.....,.. " ... ...0. . I I I.. I 0 II"1Jr they were there, the days were The leaders and Mrs. Gonter .'
delivered accomplished that she should be ." w the man Interest praised shown the by conduct the Scouts and happy holiday, holly happy-day to you!I. ; ,'. ,

who made the hike as part of "
.. And she brought forth her their work toward earning the
;' B Ira' firstborn son, and wrapped him e Gypsy Sade Brown's Refrigeration :,:1
In swaddling clothes, and laid Those on the trip were Sandra :
him In a manger, because there
Raclcot. Susan Ingram, Kathy C
was And no there room for were them in In the the same Inn 4 Hendry, Harriet McDuffie, Gill "" ."""""" .
I Douglas, Vyrue Booth, Deborah
: / country shepherd abiding In Rider, Shawn McConville, Jackie .
7 ; the field, keeping watch over Car v e r, Lulsa Morrell, '" "" .
their flock by night. Gretchen Bryan, Laura Lee
And, lo, the angel of the Lord Bryan, Bonnie Sue Carlton,
came upon them, and the glory Glnna Fay Sexton, Patty Car- mod" i iN iP ir ir
of the Lord shone round about Ithers, Rhonda Rackstraw, Kris- "',

f11R; MI tL'i them afraid:, and they were sore BSTUJISNESE[ ty Fletcher and Karol and Endicott Susan ,and Marcelyn Amy !

And the angel said Unto them, Crosby. I
Fear not: for, behold, I bring
you good tidings of great joy, ChristmasAt
which shall be to all people
For unto you Is born this day this wondrous time of year
in the city of David a Saviour, When all our hearts draw very ,
which Is Christ the Lord. near I t
And this shall be a sign unto and Everyone seems to be out. .1 1
Ye shall kin '
you find the babe M'' :
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wrapped in swaddling clothes, > "Its like hate and strife had w
lying In a manger. never been I II MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL! .',
:; And suddenly there was with wish with all my heart and '
; 're posting the angel a multitude of the mind We thank you for your patronage,
CiT.IRL heavenly host praising God, and The world would always be as

warm wishes for a Christmas saying.Glory to God In the highest, i So kind we could have a lasting Charles Beauty Shop and "

and on earth peace, good will peace r
with all toward men. J. F. Howell, Agent All war and hate forever cease) ,
heaped good things. And It came to pass, as the Its possible, I know It 1st Lois Beauty Salon I ,
angels were gone away from Standard Oil Because this gift of Peace, la
them into heaven, the shepherd 27 His I .
Clewiston Oil Company said one to another, Let us now "" i't -Ethel Vera Cox. !
go unto Bethlehem, and see this ;\ :.
thing which Is come to pass,
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and the babe lying In a manger.
And when they had seen It, they
made known abroad the saying I
which wa* told them concernIng 1
this child.
And all they that heard it
wondered at those things which
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CtiR 1rMASGREETINGS since the occurrence of the ,
events described by Luke In his ,
Gospel narrative, yet man still
listens in wonder at "those i
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the shepherds y
That wondrous message givento ,
us by the humble shepherd
through the Scriptures is not
merely the account of the birth
of a Child to an obscure carpen
ter's wife In a remote little Ju-
W daean village; It Is the messageof
a hope fulfilled, a promise :
kept, and the culmination of
years of faithful waiting by the
children of IsraeL k
With the angels' chorus upon
that starry night came the Joy-
ful news that a Saviour had In- I
deed been born, as foretold by ;
the prophets, one whose name
would be called Wonderful, i
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coffee trees, which supply 72 ., I
per cent of the world'* coffee,
are almost all descended from Mr*. Suite Yonce .1
a single tree which was planted
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Nicholas. "
A visit from St. "
Section B Thursday, December 24, 1964 and highways. I I -l

"The balance of the total
state-local expenditure of $1,- Twas the night and I In my. cap, nose like a cherry!
783,700.000 went for a variety of before Christmas, when all Had Just settled our brains tor His droll little mouth was drawnup
State spendingup purposes, principally conservation through the house a long winter' nap; like a bow,
of natural resources and When out on the lawn there And the beard of his chin was :
publicly owned utilities Not a creature was stirring, not arose such a clatter, as white as the snow; iAtiarkI ;
16 per cent There are three sources of even a mouse; The stump of a pipe he held
iMea these state-local funds In Flori The stockings: were hung by the I sprang from my bed to see tight in his teeth
chimney with care: ; what was the matter.
Expenditure la Florida by da. Taxes and other revenue And the smoke it encircled his
state and local governments brought In $1,462,500.000; the In hopes that St Nicholas soon Away to the window I flew like head like a wreath;
combined reached (1,783.700,000 federal government provided would be there; a flash, He had a broad face and a little
during the flical year 1963, an $186,300,000 and the balance was The children were nestled all Tore open the shutters and round belly
by snug In their beds.While That shook when he 4.u t4
Increase of 18 per cent over the borrowed for repayment" visions of sugarp'umsdanced threw up the sash. laughed, + ;
previous year compared with ao Floridians at a later date. In their heads The moon on the breast of the like a bowlful of Jelly
national Increase of 9 cent, ; He was chubby and plump aright
per new-fallen snow,
And,Mamma in her "kerchief.
the Florida State Chamber of Gave the lustre of midday to jolly old elf
Commerce has reported. objects below, And laughed when I saw him,.
""The Florida stati government Vets Info Service When, what to my wonderingeyes In spllte of myself,
spent $606,800,000 of this should appear A wink of his eye and a twist of

amount and the $1,177.100.000 By FRANK!: VELTBB But a miniature sleigh, and his head
balance was spent by govern- Comity Service Officer eight tiny reindeer, Soon gave me to know I had
ments below that level: county: With a little old driver, so lively nothing to dread;
municipal and district The speeded-up payment of and quick, He spoke not a word, but went
"Educa' tIon Is the most cost $224.S million In 1965 GI Insurance I knew In a moment It must beSt straight to his work, AID yf
ly service of state and local governments dividends ordered November Nick. And filled all the stockings; then
accounting In Florida 30 by John S. Gleason. Jr.. More rapid than eagles his turned with a jerk
last year for 1593.700.000 of the Administrator of Veterans Affairs coursers they came, And laying his finger aside of
total from all sources. Expenditures will bring $6,018,400 to the And he whistled and shoutedand his nose J '
for highways amounted to 122.786 GI policyholders In Florida caned them by name; And giving a nod, up the chim- "
$319,700.000; for hospitals and shortly after the first of the "Now, Dasher! now Dancer! ney he rose;
health $169,800.000; public wel-- year. now Prancer and Vixen! He sprang to his sleigh, to his 'To all our friends.. old.timc: wishes
fare $108,500.000; general government Continuation of the accelerated On, Comet! on Cupid! on Donder team gave a whistle,
best wishes for $86,000,000; police protection dividend payments, as has and ;Blitzenl! And away they all flew like the
$73,200,000; interest on been done three times In the To the top of the porch! to the down of a thistle.
happy holidays all debts $79.900.000; fire protection past four years, was requestedby top of the wall! But I heard him exclalm.ere he J. E. ,BEARDSLEY
$28,400,000 and sewerage President John.on.Adm1olstrator Now dash away! dash aw.yl! drove out of sight,
systems 41300000. All of these Gleason advised dash away all!" "Happy Christmas to all, and
Aladdin Mobile categories showed considerable Rufus H. Wilson Managerof As dry leaves that before the to all a good night! i Q{ """ :l.JIf:
Increases over 1962 except the the St. Petersburg VA Regional wild hurricane fly, By Dr Clement Clark
Homes, Inc. amount spent for sewers which Office, that the VA hopedthe When they. meet with an obstacle Moore
dropped 4 per cent. entire payment could be kIr mount to the sky;

Mr. and Mm. Frank Mottley "I n c Iud e d In the above started immediately after NewYear's So up to the. house-top the coarsen I ...."......_ .........--,,_.........
and completed by
amounts was a total of $489,300- Day they flew,
000 In capital Improvements January 10. The 1964 dividendof r With the sleigh full of toys, and The origins of

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time eight days tn 1963, And then in a twinkling, I heard jolly old Santa ClausThe
the dividend checks were mailed on the roof, '
out In 31 days and for the The prancing and pawing of droll figure we Americans .1
1961 dividend, less than three each little hoof- know as Santa Is actually
months were required.In 1 As I drew In my head, and was a combination of many legends,
previous years and In 1962 turning around. reaching as far back as 200 A.D.
1 the dividend payments had been Down the chimney St. Nicholascame St. Nicholas, the forerunnerof
made on the anniversary datesof with a bound. our modern St Nick, was USto
the Individual policies, Wilson He was dressed all In fur from known for his generosity. After FROM
pointed out. The regular di his head to his foot, his death many European countries -
vidends are primarily a returnto Gotajtflitrttowbi; And his clothes were all tarnish adopted him as their patron YOU.. .
, the policyholders of part of ed with ashes and soot; saint
their premium payments since' you Christmas fcapplneu A bundle of toys he had flungon He was Introduced to this
the death rate among GI policyholders I his back, country by. the Dutch settlers of
continues to be lower CLEWISTONLAUNDRY And he looked like a peddler New Amsterdam, now known as
than the rate upon which the just opening his pack. New York City St. Nicholas
payments were established by Inc. His eyes how they twinkled! was! Imagined as a tall, thin figure -
hit dimples, how In the robes of
law.In merry a bishop, until -
all, the .dividends will be 1{ "
His cheeks were like roses, his the 1800's when American
divided among 4,610,000 veterans artists began to picture him as
holders of World War I ........'C1CIIICIi IIo .. 4. IiII .. short, fat and happy., much like
; U,S. Government Life Insurance the German version of "Sankt I
(USGLI) and World War II Na- Nlkolaus."

tional Service Life Insurance The reindeer-drawn sleigh Is
(NSLI). Of the $224.1 million In derived from
the Swiss notionof
1965 dividends $210 million will a "Chrlstklndl," or Krlss

NSLI go to policyholders approximately and 4,400,000 the remaining Krlngle, and has since been appropriated "7. cuvi a- lealtutIUU4
as our
own Santa.
210,000 USGLI$14.5 million policyholders will go to The color of Santa's subs a witk ell food Utitv; .
reminder of the red robes of a
Korean Conflict veterans hold
bishop worn by the original St.
non-participating policies that Nicholas

do not provide regular annual So you see, Santa didn't just Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency
dividend payments. "happen" like Topsy, he
Wilson reminded pollcyhold grew, out of the tales and fancies
ers that the preparing and mailing of
To many nations.
of dividend payments are our Friends.. ICIII
automatic and require no correspondence
from veterans or Jl hornpipe of f mcrric oll-tyme wishes.
t their families. In fact, such correspondence
might delay the dividend ANDEE Bread Vi 1r/r1 Jrlr.RY/e/rY+'Irr.IR.;Irlr./r1,/rrrlrrI.IrOrPJrY+'irY./rI 7lJrlIl
distribution process, he J. R said.
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Christmas time customsare bonds entreated by Lewis James FkTlda THE CLWISTON: NEWS Psge SemI
Smalley, Elwood Warren Stephenson Santa inspires I
I Bobby Ray Ammoni and Section B Thursday Deeember 24. 1964

i. wide and variedIn Edward A. Currier, Jr.? $35
bonds forfeited by Theodore J.
[ Weber, Vaughn D. Peterson, writings of the Nativity, believed to have the place where Jesus wept and
most cases, the custom Richard been built on the site where the prayed before his
come from feudal time Reed Lloyd, Billy R. crucifixion
Renames when
and Yuleticfecelebralth Adams, That jolly old gentleman called Saviour was born and in Jerusalem, 'r,
tIon the lords filled Edward Quinton Caldwell pilgrim* may j
dates across the world up boxes with Santa has become aa mucha In Nazareth, they can the ,, I
not are money and presented them to Donald E. Dunlap, Carl see visit the Church of the Holy Se-
same Gene part of Christmas as the beloved little town where Jesus livedwlt.h pulchre,
their Duprer. Jame Francl traditionally the place .
servants. The land :
"down v
r example: SOUTH tree, and with Mary and
ICA because AMERUoveriUbaln" under" AUSTRALIA because Graham, Donald Joseph Gryster good reason Joseph where Christ was crucified and tl
weather and of of its midsummer climate and Henry David Fortaoa. A -he 1* celebrated in poem The Garden of Gethsemane is burled..
own and other writing familiar
particular tou
torn celebrates rasa\ celebrates Its Christmas outdoors $25 bond was entreated by Don all J

clicking castanets Yuletide and ringing amidst ; beach parties are common Dallas Other Wilkins. *One of the most famous 'd' i'2 i'6' 6 'P6wdwd 'rtS'r : {t
hill.. estreatures Included: "
The main day for ex" In assault and poem ever written concern: a
battery. Maddox
changing gift Is Epiphany. Christmas is a $25 bond Christmas Eve call by Santa, aa :
grand affair ; failure to use
MEXICO since the nation .
begin Its Christ. due described In "A Visit from'St.
mas the 18th of December adopted western secular traditions. !- care Christian Edward *" by Dr. Clement \,.
the You'll find St. Nick, uniquely Zipperer and William Harley ,
po. a "Jnns," In remembrance.mean.of decorated trees and gifts, Craig, $35 bond each; failureto that delightful poem In 1822, It '
the but little yield rgh! ( of -Robert f.
Holy Family or no meaning Is given way has been reproduced ,I ,
searching for counties
a to the Christian Mayble, $33 bond Andrew -
I ISeM"r place to ltay Children then religious aspect ; time and Is a holiday tradition I { I IJ
reeelve of this holiday.TURKEY Jackson Solomon, $25
their in Itself.s '
the 6th of J Inl- bond.
where Saint NicheIas J
ary which Is Epiphany
GERMANY was,born celebrate Christmas Parking on highway-Jame Santa was also the inspiration ,
holiday festivities commence its for three consecutive day, E Eynon, $25 bond; Improper for a very famous piece of
on St. Nlcho and night driver' license-Joe, C. Southern Journalism the ';.r
las Day. Since editorIal "Yes, r
thanks sated the Christmas Germany orlgi $25 bond; unlawful opening Virginia, there I la a Santa :i rh
to all Tree theme door to traffic-Leroy E. Osier, Claus estioe
written by Frank P. May the good cheer the
ornately of/ f :
decorated season e
our loyal patrons. an important trees play Plea day in $35 bond; parking on highway Church of the New York Sun In ,

THE ENGUSH part.Christmas hol. Edward bond. D Keykenberg. $23 1897. It answered a now-famous be yours throughout a glad new year ,.
iday Is letter to the editor, as posed by '
8 &8 SUPERMARKET exchanging much doe like not ours.occur But gift-until county court :Cases ordered continued Included who a little girl Virginia O'Hanlon Fair Grounds Trailer Park 1

Boxing Day, the 26th of De- those for Stephen Frederick was disturbed by reports
A'" camber This agld tradition Pleading not Foster on both a chargeof that Santa didn't really exist a '
guilty to Church
1 1I \ a speed too great for conditions not only answered Vir
charge of driving while Intoxicated .. .
and for ginia'* QU gUon. hn nniu 1
Improper display -- -
g. """" before Judge Broward N. of tag and for Homer Hudson classic tribute to Santa Claus r.i:6.. 1
Parson '
at Moada, Hendry charged with no valid driver' that is still reprinted every holIday 1t'
County Court Plea Day Donald license a* part of the Christmas
Landon was placed under a $200 tradition. J'!
bond until the next term of .'' .
County Court Also pleading not MASEFIELD HONORED The character of Santa was ,, r
guilty and placed under $150 LONDON John Masefleld. also the source for a popular r. .
bonds each were A. J. Davis, poet laureate since 1930, baa motion picture of many year
charged with Illegal exhibit of been voted the $7,000 National ago, "The Miracle on 34th
fire arm and Francis Dwight Book League Award for British Street. This screenplay) was recently
4 Raby, charge with petit larceny author over 65. He's 86.Gratton adapted to the stage and

o7,1 Following the' Judge' orderof I was a great lucces on Broad. .
way as the musical, "Here1 t
_. a pre-sentence investigation, : Love" tI
Albert Howard, charged with tl I

.r bare assault, was sentenced to Then, too, Christmas card l .
1100 or W days, suspended, 60 have become Santa's "calling
day of hard labor and one year card," to a very marked degree. f

w I on probation 0 0 To the card-designer St.
e Larry G. McLeod, charged err Nick assume many personali
with having no hunting license, ties t -Jovial, humorous, fatherly,
was fined 123 or 10 day, suspended mischievous to enliven the
I upon purchase and presentation home all over the world. On
Jo the Court, of a valid tt the Chrlstma. card Santa become
I Ii license On a second charge of highly decorative, Indeed .
i trespassing McLeod was fined in all his many guises. ( ,
cost of court or 10 day*. And ;
we mustn't forget the '
Willie James Lucas, chargedwith thousand of letters written by
bare assault plead not tiny tots, lovingly telling Santaof "
rr guilty, but requested a trial be- $ their special hope and I
fore the jude He was found dreams if Santa does exist,
Thank you guilty and fined $50: or 50 day these lurely must be his favorIte -
for patronage. We hope Cannie Franklin, Jr., charged Christmas literature of all! "eeewe sincerely thank your ,i j
your with four offense plead guilty 1m :
to serve you throughout the to all and received the following A for your patronage }

sentences: driving while Intoxicated A pilgrimage to 4
-$200 or 60 day; leaving n t
accMeiit-125: or 10 days; the
Holy LandEach
resisting arrest $25 or 10 day; GLADES RESTAURANT
no valid driver' license-$50 or Christmas ,nds thou- I
25 days, plu an additional 10 sands of pilgrims from around ;

REXALL PHARMACY CLEWISTON TIRE day mandatory, to be served the world making their way to SORRY, we will b. CLOSED CHRISTMAS: DAY to our '- ,,
i concurrently. the blrthplacj of Christ, and
AND RECAP Other charge Included: nodriver's once again the .
many sacred: employees can 1 be with their fomlUei. !
license-Ortei Catlaono spot in the Holy Land are
1 1l. i\\: ,:- ::: Rose, $50: or' 20 day; Jimmy thronged by the faithful.In ,
Lee Buckner
$50: bond forfeited Bethlehem, pilgrims make

_ ; Marsha Patterson, $25 bond It a point to visit the Church i .,' n
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Jn1J- ?'Jr.'ir.TJ T.iiTJfT.I rTJrl r.'Jr.irnlr1" forfeited.
Drunk-Marco Luna, $25 or 10
day, credit for time served; L. ,;; iurlr slr.Ara.,. 'S,
C. Simmons, $25 or 10 day; 125 and IreneGEORGE
bond arrested by Turner Jack-
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Leaks, $35 or 20 day, credit for
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MOST ABUNDANT HOLIDAYS) love and understanding to you. We thank ,- ,.

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