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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Colorado State University and Belle Glade. Anat was The student left Wednesda), ./
cadent from Thailand was In amazed at the size of the station for Chicago, on the first leg o:r .
last week seekln that is capable of pumping his return trip to the university r ;
OtfIsWD control knowledge that 2,160,000 gallons of water per where he hopes to receive hli F y "Dedicated to the advancement of Ilendry County and Americas Sweetest Town" ,t '"

day be plans to put to uatju minute. This may be the largest degree next summer Ha the sn II *

s game homeland In the pumping world.station of Its kind will return to Thailand when e I VOLUME 37 NUMBER 53 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 31, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 343.3, P.M.Subscription $..00 year ',. .
working for his he may teach at least for i I
He student In civil engineering! The visitor then was taken on time, at SEATO University p
M degree around the flood a flying trip over much of the from which he graduated I'

a, escorted, plane and aufflno't 15,000 mile district to give him SEATO University Is sponsoret' -,
tIIIItrOl 1 area by a better Idea of the extent of Famous in
: : by representatives of the work being done. by Organization the South East Asia Treat;]! names t0.;
Central and South FloridaJJod .I

/ Control} District and the I a
headquarters of the !
:awlston: parachute meetFamous
;A Army Engineers. \I ,\<

15'!! tudent requests a pad .. .
JIll d perm when asked his name. names In sports parachuting the Air Glades Airport on U.S.

\r |It ,one not easy to under have been moving In- 27 six miles west of Clewlston,
to Clewlston this week in according to Paul
and-! .Anat Arbhabblrama. It prep- Poppenhagerof
aration for the South Winter Invitational South Florida Inc.
Parachute
arks fine >n Thailand, how- r P "
meet which starts to- with Is making plans for the ; ( I
'Iff
oartlcularly Interested morrow and runs for three days, meet
lit. Thirty-five parachutists are ,Poppenhager said that all of
sImil-
for It Is ,
a the work here ', expected to be on hand for the tn4 jumpers have outstanding ,
start-
j to worn which has been competition that takes place at records In the/ field and he ex-
nut be completed In !14:
4 nod) f
peels some outstanding exhibitions -
ta":ad where not only the clink aw' If the weather stays right '

tar nany of the food prod- "Cane Gang" to Th chutists are expected from r ,.
South Florlfji I.I
,tii ire ilmllar! to a* far away as St. Croix and '
Thailand! Is a land of tht> Virgin Islands. I

nm tllh most of the populaa Today starting at 10 am,
:-? along the banks play girls teamA there wilt be a pre-meet event:

a jj::-a 'these crowded 1n 'Which mass Jumps will be
mm baa always been a, +4ssastwa. team billed as the "Clewls made from a DC-3 airliner which 4 I
rcblem ton Cane Gang" will take the' will be brought up from Miami

Anal his first name Is more GVISITS basketball court against a bevyof for the day. Starting time for .
w::ii here was picked up atM red-haired girls with an Impressive other events will be 8 a.m. a
Cewtston airport on Mon- victory record against dally. HUNDREDS PATIENTLY WAIT to talk to Santa and receive Christmas Ice cream treat.

JT u.u! by Jack Perry, assist- male teams on Sunday Jan. 10 All events are open to the
it t to ,-h* Army area engineer.It at the Clewiston High School public without charge.
bad been flown here from. gymnasium. +
fat Palm Beach In a plane of Proceeds from the contest
It Flood Control District. Herat a will be split among the professional Hollis family 1,200 visit lion's SantaThe :

the night at the Clewlston girls team the high .. .
school athletic fund and the ,
a and then was given a tour <,.J -;"
f tile locks and flood control Recreation Department. The scapesinjury" y
the Kiislmmee River game is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Lions Club Santa Claus red-robed man" on top then wentto program of animated comic
mi!\ oa
i Jim Lucas also assistant The girls team which plays Mr. and Mrs Joe Hails and came to town last Thursday and Harlem where the first stop strips after Santa had left-the 'I

:ht area engineer here, Lucas men's rules, is called "Moore's children escaped with minor injuries if the number of ice cream cups was reenacted, programs being put on in the local

Leo: drove him around the lake, All-Amerlcan Red Heads" and in a holiday traffic accident distributed is any indication Both in town and in Harlemthe theaters ,
xtng Gate 6 at Okeechobee. they are reputed to be slick ball which occurred near Ocalaas nearly 1200 enjoyed the fun children" were treated to a Robert Kelly, chairman of the ;
handlers and great shooters. they were en route to their fire truck
high a
Sitting on event, said the estimate wasthat
frst step In his tour of the home in Panama City after a V 4
Advance notices say they regularly with sirens making plenty of six to seven hundred attended ,
"ad Control District was a CLEWISTON. native of Thailand. Anat Ribhabblrama win than 100 visit with her mother, Mrs, C. from
more gamesa noise, Santa approached the event in
Clewlston
1iI1o t Pumping Station S-5A, was In Clewlston last week as he touted year against male opponents. E. Miner, and other relatives In the west traversed the length \ and another 500 in Harlem. a
cited! at 20-Mile! Bend, mid- water control facilities on Lake Okeechobee. A gradual Among those playing for the Clewlston. of the town and then established

this fashion. AnaL on Ernie Hill Phil Roland, Eddie have not been learned by the talk the '
holiday from school In: pon- truck in order to to C C Directors "
News, but Mr. and Mrs. Holll meet ,
of Mike Mazzlna. Bobby ; \
director Crosby, The
toon. Is shown with G. E. Doll. Jr.. executive many youngsters present.
Keen headSugarland have assured Mrs. Miner that "I' f
to Fred Williams and
Glddens, lot
the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District scene was the parking a
the 15,000 Woody Carruthers. Tickets area they are all in excellent health Sugarland and Central.After next Tuesday noor) :.
small to tour squaremile
boarded plane
as they a dollar for all 12 or older, 50 except: for minor bruises. Their p
flood control area. cents for others. daughter, Tracey., was kept greeting the orderly The directors of the Clewls
Lodge Moo e' a All-America RedHeads overnight in an Ocala hospital, string of children who stood at 1 ton Chamber of Commerce will
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said to have played but released the next day to return his knee to ten him what they J!. meet at the Tropical at noon

Y C Keen Jr. has been distributes gifts before are more than 5,000,000 fans home with the family. wanted for Christmas, Santa pI next Tuesday January 5, for
aid Worshipful Master of Legion since the team was organized The front end of the car, a took off for the Hendry General ." the regular January meeting, '

miaul Lodge No 281, and in 1938. The team has toured 1965 Ford station wagon, was Hospital where he visited all : announces Mrs Stella Flrkle, .
'1 be Installed who were able to receive him. ; ,
at a public In- the United States, Canada, reported demolished in the acci- I "" secretary
Mim! on Thursday, Janu77 Clewlston Post 93 of the The American Legion expresses dent. The red fire truck with the
its thanks to all who Alaska and Hawaii.
American Legion delivered food,
in this project Including \ ""i
Cected and turkeys to participated
to serve with Keen toys, candy .
Abner Vann Senior War- needy families on the day before : County Commissioners More lanterns, Local youth enjoy:s Christmas
1; Bobby Glddens, Junior Christmas. Hendry
"anten">; R. 0. Goedhardt Commander Frank Veltre, who supplied part .of the more watches

'lJUi'er; Willard Doty seers Past Commander Abner Vann funds, feast at South Vie Jtnam baseThe
1: R A Cecil Chaplain; and Past Vice-Commander Roy Western Auto Supply, which AI Fuller's Country Store Readings are for the 24 hour .
Schick, Senlr-; Deacon; Edwards made the deliveries provided most of the toys, bas tide week's Uneeeas periods ending at 8 a,m. on the N
and Girl Scoutsfor There cocktail menu, and a letter, were ,
:b Pearce : Kiwanis Club from Clewfa ton News was shrimp indicated. '
Junior Deacon; Ernie Miller, chaplain prepared Story a dates ; ,
miscellaneous gifts, with cocktail sauce for an appetizer sent to Mr. and Mrs H. C.
Martinez of needy
Senior Slewi the list
,
; Roy box- Jim Beardsley and family for and for a main course, Thompson of Clewlston from Maximum high and wk
Taylor Junior Stew- Legion Auxiliary "We sold completely eat
1 American donations of oraneI.Corbin had you been a soldier In that their IOn, Private Henry C.Thompson .
; Jack< Wynn by the lantern and eat low Rainfall J
Marshal Don distribution of Colemin temperatures
ed for
; toys
Ranch Supply Jr. who writing :
IIInI Yod- Farm and military installation in Vietnam, was General closingon ,;
Tyler. Club. President Don tt watches from ew ads to '
Key Malcolm for transportation, you could have had your choiceof home on Christmas day. Dee. 24 77-52 0 / .
Lodae and News" said
will be opened at 7:00 er. Henry Bowden distribution of the Clewfcrton baked ham is aircraft mechanic
Club for roast turkey or Thompson an New Year's Dec 25 83-54 0
and Key DayNew I
;
J,aced will be opened to the Etherton delivered the toys Al delightedly The News
toyi. with cherry sauce. charged, with his fellow Dec 28 8943 0 ;
at t 7:30. sacks of oranges. can five itself a ftmg en a
according to Mr. that one, for the ad did I." There were other gustatorlal. soldiers, with keeping the Year's Day will be generally Dee. 27 8342 0 ,
---_.. Incidentally, Al phoned delights such as pumpkin pie helicopters, cargo planes and observed as a holiday Dec. 28 77-62 .57
for sew supplyof and whipped cream nuts, ice other craft In operational or- and stores and offices will remain Dec:. 29 74-65 0 '
frantically a Item. They cream and candy, but there was der. He had Just had Christmas closed, Dec 30 7540 0
too popular a sombre note on' the back of dinner and wanted his parents i

have arrived. the red white and green menu to see bow well he was being ,
Then he rUshed .o the with th.' Santa Claus outside fed.

News shoe .. Insert another It was the prayer of a soldier Vietcong are In the area and
advertisement. Tee, lie going to battle and it said: (Continued on Pace I)
has watches and lanterns "Lord COD 1 may forget

heading the list! the today; but do not thou forget
me," Reappoint Vaughnas


Some areas closeto Teach your children bank directorHarry \

,
1l T. Vaughn president

all hunting 'traffic safety of U.& Sugar Corporation has .
been reappointed to the board
of directors of the Jacksonville d
W44kFt Sunday January 3. Is the Branch of Federal Reserve t ; c. a" 1 j .

I Ii closing date on deer, turkey SCHOOL'SOPEN Bank of Atlanta according toaD
I and bear hunting in Florida, announcement received this l

; and the Hendry County Hunt week from the board of governors a "
r i Area will also close to all hunting ,
s of the Federal Reserve
l'
1 1I
I t \ a that portion of the area System.
\ ti west of the "cut-off road" and
: /
Mr, Vaughn, who'll
presently .i,
sections south of 1.the 2.Dooley 3. 31. Road.S6 and 36 serving as director, was reappointed p/1tpi_

\ for a three-year term.
I The Hendry County Fish and Mr. Vaughn Is well-known In .h
1 Association' which maintains
Game
business circles over'th. state. 't
the bunt area Intends to He has served ss spokesmanfor I 11'l .'

start a turkey feeding program the sugar Industry In Florida '
immediately when turkey season Drive and is president of the Sugar j .

closes, and for that reason Cane League of Florida recently ......i'
will ban all hunting hi the area Carefully6'ty formed among the various ,: 4'
specified above.
companies\ producing sugar'
la other portions of the area in the state. H. is also vice CHRISTMAS PAGEANTS WITH ANGELS AND SHEPHERDS :
713 'Whit. R1chard: B.thea. Tans WhIttl. quail and duck and other legal president and director of the ABOUND. These were photographed at the Christmas

Jerrv and not ahowlnq .la Donna game may be hunted until the of Clev/iston Florida State Chamber of Commerce procram of Sylvia's Kindergarten, taaaht by Mrs. f

L' VOICES, >a th .. III the rear was Iten. Taylor.STAFF. close of the regular hunting see and U chairman of Governor Sylvia Aaulrre.. The angels left to rlqht. or* Dorothy .-

as.1uB. Clark. John Essay. B.hito Hughes absent ,PHOTO son set by the State Game and Police Department Bryant's advisory committee Walker Mary Schaeffer, and Lynn Ptttmani the shep
lohn Fresh Water Fish Commission. on sugar. herd.
Dickaoa. JeH a Is Warren lIowen.STAFF PHOTOI .I
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of bad auto accident on the and Redish
Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewUtoa, Florid highway, with fatalities. This Trio caught Price discovered they! had In prior to that timeInvestigation

Thursday, December 31, 1964 It's history now. U good however on the other their possess'on a couple of II
side of the ledger, traffic transistor r a eLl o s, a large the Sheriff Department) contlnulnl
has dropped considerably and breaking in amount of coins, cigars, flashlights log to Sheriff 'ceo
THIRTY YEARS AGO was planned to usher In the this li bad. and other, items and Deputy Sheriff Ear) Oral

THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished (Fram Clewbtoa. New New Year at Sugarland Auditorium -as- upon Questioning admitted that assisted Price ,SIrman D)'
of December 28, 1934) i local storeTwo they had entered Redlsh Stand- nary Investigation n, the "H
vegetables returned The Clewiston Police Department
Canned were
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Oewistoi, An Atlantic Dredging and
list and all and Sherrin Price In
Florida, by The ClewUton News, Inc., a Florida Corporation Construction Company: foreman, to the ration particular
sugat stamps and home canning came In for a word of young men and a Juvenile -
T. H. Jones (no relation to the
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927. at t th-. present of Clewlston) certificates were cancelled In praise from the district FBI supervisor were caught by city police
Post Office In Clewiston. Florida under the Act of Congress of had a harrowing mayor experience a tightening of war ration regulations. F. A Frobbose for all officer Sherrill Price while In
work In apprehending a man act of trying to break Into
March S, 1879. during work on the levee, which the
Subscription Rates $4.to wanted for auto thleft In Texas. the Bill Norman Goodyear store
per year Is reviewed in another column
0 QRIo,4' (Return Postage Guaranteed) to the current Clewiston News. TEN YEARS AGO This 1 II Price's second "big early Thursday morning HoliJ

:.0 Miss Louise Renfroe and R. (From ClewUton Newsof catch" In recent months of the Price- said that he was making Hhpp' 1
Q BERYL BOWDEN. December 30, liSt tame nature 'i Cli
}; M. Hare were married Christmas his rounds through the busIfress -
"a'M "The dedication of the Methodist lAs
fit t: Publisher night -U- ) district and saw the three
sealsu \!OR/I> Church is only a prelude to
tC44 take off the door
0 c..., S. H. STALLS, / Mrs. G. H. Brown, of Swains- greater program," announced As we look forward to the attempting to
boro, Ca. the 89-year-old grandmother a handle at the store. As he approached
Editor that next year with renewed vigor
Managing who explained.
., of G. H. Brown visitedClewiston the pastor they started to run,
; ) for and
wish
% d during the holidaysand an education building fund we you yours a i
drive was beginning td! secure most happy and prosperlousNEW
enjoyed various activities, : YEAR. ST. PETER'S tOTIDOtAN
the proposed
NATIONAL funds to complete
EDITORIAL which Included taking the routine CHURCH
tour of the church buildings 1965
guided sugar
U: : mill with its stair climbing Bill Owen, Jr. won lisp over As a parting thought before Belle Glede
1 Carl Ferrara to take the city Rev. Richard
taking to the highwaysover Rosemaa. pastor
Telephone: Business and F.dltorlal. YUkon 3-1201 TWENTY YEARS AGO golf championship the holiday scan the 9:JO sin Sunday School
M. L. G.rcia
Advertising Rates onapplication. The management reserves (From Cl- lon Newt Clewiston selected Trooper as one of two newspapers of the gigantic accident 10:30: a.m. Divine Worship
the right to reject any objectloaal advertisement! of December 29, 1944)) troopers was in South Florida for and death toll last week 8.00: p.m. Wednesday Bible
of tin-
fir the return
THfl NEWS aMum.i no Mipon.lblllty end. ClanClewiston
solicited rni.nu.orlpt or tr. The Sixth war loan drive went inauguration duty when Leroy.
TH'JI: NEWS usumse oommlMlon.no financial In ..y.rtlwm.nt mpomlbllltr but, If for netlfV lyporrapMaal well over the top In Hendrycounty Collins became governor.
.rror or "" "* according to report of The Clewiston Garden dub
.uoh error b.for. the next onus" of the' paper ""?!
rends that part of th. a4 .rtl..in.nt In which the error occurred.. chairman C. V Parkinson. The announced a tea to celebrate Its
I. tae ev.'m tlm. element would render the aorrMtlon v.lu.Nor -
U.S. 25th anniversary.
Sugar Corporation
the Noire will reduce th. price of th..dv.rttesmosl 'ki' ma punchased
amount eeuel to th. pore.olA. of the total space a* the rronou. : $450,000 in bonds to be Wilfred Pelham and Betty
or omltt,<4 copy r.pr.Mn'... credited to the county quota. Ruth Walker were married during

The overall quota was 522000. a Christmas party at the ,
A dawn dance to start at 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. John S.
Church.Directory
a.m. on Monday January 1, Taylor.
,
A year's end editorialOnly le

ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
once In several years does a weekly newspaper Father Robert A. Hostler 407 Royal Fain Avenue

have the opportunity to publish Its last Issue of the yearon fi) sonny sez. 8:00: a.m. & 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Henry H. Ford, Minister you celebrate this happy

the last day oi the year. Mass. 9:49: a.m.-Sunday School
This is Thursday. December 31st, ,the final day of 1964. 7:00 a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Holiday, know that we are
An editorial writer should be able to produce some earth Trallways freight failed to to see where they have gone. 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass. 1:00: p.m.Wertmlnster Fellow-

shattering utteranras, on the close of so momentous a year. gain in public opinion over theholld.y this year Dave Pattlson sKlp. thinking of you and wish you well
But the typewriter Is tired from the 12 months of effort, as the driver's failed the friendly undertaker' noted IIR8T CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wednesday:
the heavy Christmas:: business and the general; extra chores to go to work Monday morningover that thus far this year the area 201 N. Franclioo StreetB. 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice:
always attendant upon the end of the year In the business "rumored" wage disagree has seven less deaths recorded J. Goodrich. Minister!
ments. than last year.
1000 a.m.-Bible School FIRST METHODIST GLADES OIL CO.
: CHURCH :
Local users of the line had the
world.So nothing; momentous will be typed today, but evena expected holiday stack up and The reason, mainly Dave says 11:00 a.m.-Communion and 331 W. Diesels A rente
hasty glance; back at 1964 will reveal It as a notable were concerned about Clewlston Is because of the fewer number Worship Service. Rev David Denslow, Pastor

year In U. S. history. delivery from the Belle Glade 730: p.m.-Communion and 9:45 a.m.-Church School Shell DistributorsHo.rpt1

There were problems in every area of our life government ; depot. Worship Service. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.

International affairs, Internal affairs, racial affairs; Negotiations had apparentlybeen Wednesday: 7:00: .p.m.-Methodist Youth
problems In education, in labor relations, and every known fruitful late Monday after 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study Fellowship.CHURCH : .

area of our common efforrt. noon.
But, we are making; a supreme effort to solve our probe COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL\ OF CHRIST
It's not unusual to get anonymous 308 South Central Avenue
problems, and perhaps In that one sentence lies a summary HOLINESS CHURCH
of 1964 endeavors. bits of information, most 'The Curtain Opens, a j South ClewUton 3. J. Sullivan Minister
our
Seldom has a citizenry been so aroused during a political of with which the. feeling go Into that the if trash the con can New Year Enters.. .ANew I I Rev. J, R. Taylor Pastor Sunday:

campaign; an In that of 1964; and that is very health: tributor doesn't think It strong Act Begins. 10.00 a.m.-Sunday School. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School.

ful occurence. enough to stand by It to You Are The Central Figure 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Worship 1965
Much has been spoken, written and pictured of the heck with itHowever In That Great Drama of Life.f 7:45 p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 7:00: p.m.-Worship..
racial strife In the United States, but history will record the contribution below Service. Wednesday:

many:: unwritten, unspoken and unplctured events which was amusing, and apparently f OR CHRIST I'll STRIVl IN'45 { Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Midweek devotions A
prove that much has been accomplished to promote and the contributor may have T.45: p.m.-Prayer: Servte., and Bible Study.; Its\s\
relations during this had his or her toes stepped on School Friday: '
Improve race ; year. 9.30 a.m. Sunday
,
CHURCH Of
JESUS
via the gossip route: 7.41: Service. CHRIST
When the sun sets In the West today It will carry withit "LETS CHRISTMAS WRAP 11:00: a.m. Worship pn.-Youth APOSTOLIC FAITH

a ray of hope for the entire ;world that the United States is THE YAP! I would like to suggest A Reminderto South Clewbtoi
working; on world-wide problems, and that all mankind w'l:!' as we enter this holiday Hemember FIRST BAPTIST CUCkCB1M Bro. Luther Dixon,Pastor

be affected by the degree; of success or failure of our efforts. season of "good will to men" Units; E. Ventura Avenue 10:00 I i
: a.m.-Sunday School
the In the East tomorrow 6:15: p.m. Training : Rev. Bob L. Christie e r1N
Perhaps, as sun comes up to that the best way to stop small 11:00: a.m.-Preaching.
bring; with it the first of the new year 1965, we should follow town gossip Is to begin by tightly 7:30: p.m. Evening Warship 9'4S a.m.-Sunday School. Tuesday:

Congressman Paul Roger's advice, and give; thought; to shutting one's own mouth." It '00)) a m.-Morning Service. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
"What is right with America. -ss- gals p.m.-Training Union.
; i The Gl-rv of '."., Friday: sre
Law enforcement agencieswere
T:30 p.m.-Evening Service
Our God 7:30: ?
p.IT1.YoUII, People'sHeeling
busy over the long week Wednesday: : 0
end with minor cases most January Bible Study f:to p.m.-Officers and Te.eboerl .
How to Die in .7 of a Second of which stimulated from too Meeting.
Jan. 4.8
much cheer. Couldn't help but a'00 Midweek HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
7:30: 8:30'p.m.: :Nightly p.m Prayer:
\ note In the "city docket" that
Highway 720
Frightening but true there was ap exceptionally large DeuteronomySupervised Studies In I.IS: p.m.-Choir Service.Practice Rev. Vie Turner Pastor
number of "no valid driver's license"
9:45 a.m.-5unda School
..
cases. It might be a a
You're on the run back home late Saturday night.; good time, while making resolutions Nursery 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.

What's going; ; to happen to you if your car, traveling 55 to check your license and ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH (:.45 p.m.-Training Union YW1l
miles an hour, strikes a' solid, immoveable tree or other make sure that it has been renewed (Episcopal) 1:00: p.m.-Evening WonI p. New
object? on time or that It First 207 N. Paelfle Wednesday:
will during the month of your BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Clark H. Dorman Vicar 8.00: p.m.-Praer Meeting.
Corner's automotive research center has constructedsuch birthday. Suaday Services:

an accident by experiment in slow motion and here's -a5- VENTURA AT CENTRAL 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist: We Y
While most merchants are Bob L. Christie Pastor CHURCH OF pause in the
!ihe way it goes: < 10:30 a.m.-Family Service and JESUS CHRISTHooker voyage
backward look .
taking a quick
Church School. lnt if time to wish each

? 1/10 OF A SECOND Saints and Holy Days as announced. Paul Strickland. Pastor
f 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School ,of our patrons well
5 Your front bumper and grill; work collapse and silvers Confessions by appointment 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

of steel penetrate the tree to one and.a half Inches andij Wednesday:
more. 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.
GIDDENS FURNITURE CO.
I .: CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday:
2/10 OF A SECOND Booth Ciewteton 7:00 p.ra.-Youtt Meeting.

.I Rev Herb Higdon, Pastor
*
The hood crumples as it raises and smashes Into the 9:45 .m.-Sunday SchooL JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Claud and Grace Giddens

windshield. The spinning; rear wheels leave the ground, 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. Kingdom Hall-41T W. El Pap

I the grill; disintegrates; and the fenders contact the tree foro ene 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training R. Osborn

ing; the rear to splay out over the front doors. Your body 1t Union. 4:1S:Sunday p.m. Watchtower Study,
I continues to move forward at its original speed as the structure 8.00: p.m.-Worship Service Tuesday Bible
Study 8.00:
members of the car act as a brake on the forward Tuesday: Thursday Ministry p.m.
8 00 p.m.-Brotberhood. School: 7:30:
momentum. The force acting; on your body is 20 times that :

\ of gravity.; Your body now weighs 3,200 pounds. Your Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-: Hour of Prayer.: p.m.Service Meeting 1.30: p.m. -e

legs straighten out and snap at the knee joints. I Thursday: NORTHSIDE

I 8:00 p.m..-Choir Practice.CLEWISTON MISSIONARYBAPTIST
r 3/10 OF A SECOND CHURCH
304 N. Francisco: Street

I Your body is now off the seat torso upright knees ASSEMBLY OF Rev. Julian Pope

I against; the dash. The frame of the steering; wheel begins! r GOD 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School

ij 1:1 to bend. Your head is near the sun visor; your 'chest is IIS Soith Ituelsee Street 11:00*:::30 p.m.-BTC a.m.-Morning Worship.

above the steering; column. 'P James r. Klmbrel Pastor 1:30 pn.-Evening Worship.

; Sunday: Wednesday:
4/10 OF A SECOND 1000: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer: Service.:
:rp 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship.
The first 24 Inches of the car's body Is completely demolished 11:00: a.m.-Children's Church. CHURCH-OF COO

but the rear end Is still travelling; at 35 miles an 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic: Service SU Seat Paelne/ Arcane t. ,
hour with only your body going; at 55. The motorblock Wednesday: Rev. H. M. Long A C4nwf

crunches into the tree and the rear of the car rises high 7.4: p.m.-Christ's Ambassadors. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School.

enough; to scrape bark off the low hanging; ; branches. 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service.
Thursday: 7:30 p.m.-Evening! Worship.
f:30: p.ID.'Prayer' and Bible Wednesday
5/10 OF A SECOND \ I
I Study; 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service:

Your fear-frozen hands bend the steering; column up Friday: Friday: '4.141

almost vertically. The force of gravity; Impales you on the 4:00 p.m.-Royal.. Rangers tot 7:30 p.m.-Young People's Eadeavor. : -
: wheel shaft. Steel punctures your leg sand Intercostal Boys.Weekly; .

'I arteries..Blood spurts Into your lungs.; =*
: .I''u Church Fe ature Is
t ; : -:.' Sponsored By
if 6/10 OF A SECOND ...'.

1 !: The impact has ripped your feet from your shoes. The _i"j," Y _' .. Royal's Inc. Clewiston Federal 1965

I brake pedal sheers off at the floor board. The chassis bends eo %Tif\: ** CHEER

t; r' .In the middle shearing; body bolts. Your head smashes into :m.Ft: Giddens Furniture SAVINGS t LOAN A3ST

"windshield. The rear of the car falls downward and 4 .
pinning wheels dig into the ground; ; .. THE :BELLS RING Store Floyd Howell. Agent ,

"It's Easy: to Pay STANDARD OIL COMPANY ties
WARMEST WISHES The Gtddens Way" ; time againto
11 ,,7/10 OF A SECOND OUT OUR
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Kelly Tractor wish numerous friends
Th0: entire body of the car is forced out t of shape. FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Pridgen Cities Phone Co.

H '' .Hinges tear doors spring open and the seat rams forward ServiceParkinson's l-esoi everywhere New Year joy.

t ', pinning; you against; the steering; shaft. Blood leaps from

.your mouth. Shock has frozen your heart. BRADENTON PCA Hendry County
Inc. Motors
POWER GAS CORP.P. .
YOU ABE NOW DEAD.I1rom Complete& Department Store Phone S-5S01

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, reviews bike rules tuna to Joe M. Han and wife, OewUton: Florida THE CLEW1STON NEWS Fa0e;,Three I
Trooper a portion of Section 24, T. 43 S., i Thursday December 31, 1984
R. 34 K" S.S. MOC; Fed. SKramllch. -

Suggests parents give warnings S22M Inc. of Ft Myers k

to George D. Waldron and wife, V Lions Club was hauled from :Miami on the
to the increased number dents, we have all noticed too Clewlston. part lot 4; lot 5 and tree evening of Dec. 13. A few wen
Due .trH'tI' and hipaya many near-mishaps, right In, part lot 6. Block 429, Clewlston. fold that evening and the rest
of Roy and S.S. $33.60 sale a successThe
toiowlng Christmas, around LaBelle one of ; Fed. S. $1165. were gone by the end of the
state Highway Previewed which occured during a recent James C. McBeath LaBelle,, next day.
fire when and wife to WUlard Lions Club Christmastree
gasp atp r ntf the quick thinking of E. Dickens
ursel two firemen, diverted a possl- and wifff Labile, land in Sec sale has been acclaimed a
followlnl 1963 StatewLegLleus ble two-car double-bike-rlder tion 13 T. 43 S.. R. 28 E., SS. success by members who work. CARD OF THANKSI
the
by wblch aU blcjcl need' accident" said Hutto. $54.00. fed. S. Slab ed on It.Proceeds would like to thank the

\ the publiC roadways The local patrolman also tug- James P. Hodges and wife,, from the sale are County Commissioners and the
aw.re 01 aDd toUowI Semis that parents familiarize to Jerry L. Brown and wife,, used for the club'i various civic American Legion for the nice
III become perioD rldlnf a 'blercl. their children with other State Clewlston, lots 1 and 2, Block activities and the thanks of the Christmas girt Thank you for
A ride astride or upon a seat regulations governing the riding 423, Clewlston. SS. $420; Fed.S. S members fo out to all who purchased remembering me and God bless
gust perman.nt7 a ttathedIII of blcyles. which 165. front one of the tree each one of you is my' prayer.
which 11 are available MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR BETA CLUB at and Nancy CorbUu raw Qegg Hooks,
Steve R. Johnston
Bier" and wife A load of trees Mrs. Willie Knott
th. bik.more lOBI aetbonee iffs through the Hendry County Sher to John D. Randall Jr., and dewUtott High School back sow left to Ellis Cloak Quito ManJna Mary Alice attractive

NOT carry the number per of per- local Department agencies.and many other wife. Clewlston. Lots 7. 1. I right Jud Brantley Donna Addison Gay). Gobs Donna Morrison Tlcky Miller and

S than li equipped to carry. Quoting a bike safety and 10, Blk. 20$, Clevaton, SS. Roland. Byron Wider. Randy CockxilL Ronnie Barnle Bryan. -STAFF PHOTO
publlca-
turnpto.It a bike with a su> lion of the Florida Traffic Safety $45.00; Fed. S. $16.90. Hooka Barbara Waten. Linda Sparks.' >t FIELD and STREAM

M t cannot b.wed to carry Council, the patrolman said John Paul O'Bannon and wife, SPECIALS!

SJre than one perion .A "Bike riding is fun when laws to W. R. Fervls, LaBelle. Lots Former Bishop P COLEMAN LANTERNS e et
5. 6. 7 and
part lot 8, Falrview
persoll riding I Wkt. "I** are obeyed. These laws are for Add. of LaBelle.. S3. 30 cents. New judge named Two mantle ................. $14.93
vehicle is not II- your protection and
coaster or toy your enjoy George M. Cochran to R. N. at St. Martin'sThe SPEC or BASS SIZE
the ment cf
himself or a good clean
to attach safe sport Be Miller, Labile Lots 17, 11 and t JIGS ................. 3 lor 93cSPINCAST"
Sato automobile or other a bicycle rider and a good E.
an Rt. Rev Wallace
19
of Royal Palm Estates No.
vehicle using a public road traffic citizen by obeying all 1. SS. $240 Fed. S 110. for 12th circuitHarold Conklin,. D. D., former bishopof RODS ........ $2.25
woo Me I bicycle laws and regulations!" ; the Diocese of Chicago will .......................
Everyone road must ride at Dorothy Moore Clark and : CANE POLES ..................-." 39c
nubile be the celebrant at the 7:30:
OD a husband to David Leslie Carlton BIG SELECTION
to the right aide of mutest a.m. Eucharist at St. Martin'sEpiscopal
rear possible. Rlden and wife dewiston, Lot 6 S. Smith of Naples appointment. He was Bryant's Church on Sunday', HAND TOOLS .................... 99c17JEWEL
Mid M careful when pawing and part lot 7, Block 207 dew- was appointed as a new Judge campaign manager In Collier Jan. S. *' WALTHAM WATCHESMen
Deeds
to very recordedin Iston. S.S. $34.SO
automobile or other vehicle Fed. S. 112.115. of the 12th Judicial Circuit on County, He was sworn in yes'terday women, brand new, waterproof
Julia D. Wildes and husband hours after Judge Lynn Gerald of At 10:30 service the '
Llaj the acme direction Tuesday within 24 by the : a.m. shockproof. Lifetime
in .J" guarantee.
Sea several bicycle rider are to John K. Usher and wife a special census commission decided Fort Myers. Bishop will administer the Sacrament .
public road. It 1* clerk's office dewlkton. Lot 10 and part lot that the circuit's popula Smith is a native of Arcadia of Confirmation and
ether on a SOT $20. $30 Mora
Sawful! for more than two to 11. Blk. 365 dewlaton. SS. tlon entitled it to a seventh" who moved to Everglades after pontificate at the Eucharist. Fr. or
$3300 Fed. S. 165. from the University will be the celebrant.
side.by-slde unless a part Transfers of property In Hen- judge graduating Dorman *
ride been art aside dry County Shepard W. Davis and wife of Florida Law School.in 1948. There will be a reception after ,'
of the road has during the latter William Friedman and David Governor Bryant appointed ALL STYLES. ,
bicycles only part of December He formerly served there as the 10:30: service to providean
lor the use along of a roadway: h.a Public Record Includes.according to Tyler and wife Dade County, to Smith to the judgeship which county attorney. A former artillery opportunity to greet the Bishop Western Hats }t r.
B a path Trudy Chandler, Dad County. pays 117.500 per year. Smith a officer, during the Koreanwar and the Conflrmands.
ten prepared for blcyelei per- Kramllch Associates, Inc. of Part of Section 28.: T. 43 S. R. Naples Municipal Judge had Smith moved to Naples In Levis Jackets
must this Fort to Leon ,
use Myers D. Under-
bikes
sons riding 28 E., S.S. $900; Fed. S. 330. been expected to receive the 1953 and organized the law firm
than the road wood and wife of dewiiton. lot
path rather Charles Standrus and fled of & Carroll. He longer Shirts Belts
Smith no lose
two ,
must
lot block Tigers
bicycle 21. part 22
riding a 429 Clew.
A
person Blair county Pa., to William
is active: in the firm which
at least one hand on the iston. State stamps $36,00; fed Sox Dungarees
OBITUARIESWilliam
keeP eral stamps 813.75.Kramllch L. Sandrus and wife Hendry now is Smith Carroll,, Vega, ,
!ldlebara. County, land In Section 17, T. Brown and Nichols
"Law enforcement officers Inc., Ft Myers, to at OkeechobeeThe Many. Many Bargain
43 S., Range 29 E.. SS. $180; Smith's "appointment followed
win warn any person they' see James Gerard Maxhams, Sr. Fed. S. $110.Biddy Oscar Bass on the heels of the report to the
violating these laws", said Hut- and wife of dewiston part lot the commission Oewiston Tiger basketball Al Fuller'sCOUNTRY
by census
to, "and If a perIOD hat been 12 and part lot 13, blk. 429 William Oscar Bass, 72. of governor which adjudged that the team dropped both its

warned to stop breaking thee Clewlston. S.S. $1800; fed. S. South Atlantic Avenue, died of 12th Judlclal Circuit, which embraces games in the Glades Holiday
laws and continues to do so effective 1650. a heart attack early Monday both Hendry and Glades Basketball Tournament In Okee- STORE
penalties are provided"The J. M. Lankford. Clewlston toKramllch League afternoon at his home. cbobee this week.
counties now has a populationof
two rules In the list above Inc. Ft Myers. Lots Mr. Bats, a retired electrician CLEWISTON OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9
325.960 There are eight counties -
old the Patrolman which are M, 17-20, block 430 Clewlston. moved to Qewiston five In the circuit. Julian D. On Monday night the Tigers
the most frequently! violated. SS. 81800; Fed. $650. teams formedFive years ago from Bartow. He wasa Clarkson was chairman of the were defeated 68-52 by Bell
IN the ones citing thai only one R. N. Miller and wife La- native of Georgia and a veteran commission. Glade and on Tuesday night Pa-
special
rider may ride on a one+eated Belle to E. L. Hlmmelheberand Biddy League basketball of World War I. hokee took the local team's

like and that bikes must rid wife LaBelle, lot 14, Royal teams have been formed by the Survivors include his wife The report says that Charlotte measure by 43-51. ,

on the right side of the road, Palm Estate No.1. Labile; dewiston Recreation Department Mary of dewiston; two sons County is the fastest growing Belle Glade, which went on to ,
with the traffic. S.S. M cents; Fed, 55 cents and will perform Saturday Lester and Chester Kemp Bass county In the circuit. Hendry win the tournament championship e i.
"Although, fortunately we Anna Tokleda Imperial and mornings at 9 a,m. in the high both of Fort Myers; four daughters ranks fourth with a gain of 35.1 led nearly all the way in
live had no recent bike acci husband of Pima. county, Art school gymnasium. -Mrs. Louise Lode Mrs. per cent since 1960.giving It a the Monday night game in
Hazel Johnson and Mrs. Lode population of 11,000 as of July which It advanced to the final
Formed with boys from 8 Kline of Fort Myers and Mrs. 1, again of 700 over the previous round. Alberto Morrell tossed In

through 12 years of age the Mary Bestlck Miami. July 1. The Glades county 16 points and his brother Mandy
teams are to be coached by Six sisters-Mrs. Mary Phillips population was given as 3300. 14 but they were not enough to
lIo1ii1ay! names well-known in athletic of Marvin Ga.; Mrs W. S. At a meeting last week two offset the Belle Glade attack ,
Happy circles Crawford and Mrs. Tllman population experts gave their led by Carey Jones who scored
Acron both Miami; Mrs. Maude estimates of the number of people 19 points.In .
Team 1, to be coached by Stone Georgia; Mrs. Gardner living in the circuit and the consolation game Tues
Bobby Hare will have on its Tatum Nashville, Ga, and Clarkson said the figure chosen day night Mandy Morrell hit
roster the following: Robers- Mrs. Ruby Cooper Jasper Ala. "falls between the two extremesas the basket for 20 points and
[). "", eA 1 NI M ton L. deArmas C. King, T. Four brothers-T. I* Bass, testified by the experts." Bob Jones 11 In the losing cause
,=," -- Ellison. P. Barton R. Roberts Macon, Ga.; Walter M. Bass, A total of 325,001 was the min against Pahokee. X .j ioc.I
and M. Lowe. Huntavllle, Ala; Fred Bass, imum required to qualify for Alberto Morrell received a
Team 2, to be coached by U.S. Army and Charles Bass, the seventh judgeship The law Monday '.a
ankle in the ,
lot of ecdtement for you sprained ,
day Morrell will have W. ,
and Mandy Jasper Ala.Funeral allows Judge for SOMO ,-
family. Probably some driving one every night game and did not appear
your C.
too. Aa you take to the road ie- Navarro D. Miller G. Miner, services were held In population or major fraction against Pabokee.IIELLa .
member the "mmon.....* rule of Bcrner. C. Owens, S. Crews, A. the Pattl.on Funeral Chapel thereof. OLADK1 k
safety... have a good time, wherever' Phillips and S. GallasalnL Thursday afternoon with Interment Clarkson served on a similar or.Wllklneon p
drive. to you from 3, coached by Bubba .. ._ ... 1 1 I
you driver compawishny Team in Rldgelawn Cemetery. commlsflon earlier this year Mann _..._. a 0 0
State Farm
the careful Cato will have A. Carlton M. which led to the appointment of C. Jonas ....._ 5 a 10
Mutual. Kelly J. Underwood M. Eager, Mitchell NipperFuneral Circuit Judge Lynn SQvertooth J.alour .._ I 0 11
JRM E. Rodrl- Willie ..._ J 1 IChancey
M. Murphy. of Sara IOta. Other Judges on 4 1 T
ABNER H. VANN ques and T. Crawford. services were held In the bench are Senior Judge nave ..._._._ 4 a 10McO.h. "
Team 4, coached by Alberto Douglas, Ga. on Monday after- Lynn Gerald and Judges 'ArchieM. .. __. _-- .-.._ 0 1 e 0 a 0Markham A Happy

Morrell will have J. Weathers, noon for Mitchell NIpper 48 Odom of Fort Myers, Robert ToUI ___. _.._ ., .1 It .1 ': )
Phone YU 2-597! C. Roth B. Beardsley O. Hooker who was found dead In his automobile Willis and Robert Hensley of CLacW.STOl'lor.' ..

D. Nelson K. Chapman C. along the side of State Bradenton and John Justice of A. Morren r s ItR. p
Miller and F, Crawford. Road 71 In Moore Haven apparently Sarasota Jon.. a 1 r New Year
1" MUTUAL Team 5, coached by Donnle the victim of a heart The Collier County Bar Association Rald..e ..__ 0 0 I to AllThis
STATE FARM J. Worth J. M. Morrell 1 10 14
Yoder will have attack Thursday was Influential In having Itowd.n 4 r 10
COMPANY McPbaQ P. Navarro A. Lan- Less than 14 hours before his the census taken. Until the D.arS.Isy. 1 0 ITot.l.
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE drove. L. Davis, F. Guthrie, J. body was found Mr. Nipper new appointment was made U 11 II
Home Office\ : Btoomlngton,IHIiwIs Holoubek B. Rich. had been hunting with Glades these were four Judges in the bank will be, closed on \I
County Sheriff Roy D. Lundy northern part of the circuit Ladies of the LakeDec.

Later Mr. Nipper, a sugar caneforeman which has a heavier population 17, 1964 New Year's Day
for Lykes Brothers,
but only two in the southern Wine Laws

drove his wife to Lakeland to part. However, the southern Old South .._..?-...w 38 18
visit her mother. section has the heaviest caseload Glades Restaurant 33Vi 22% FRIDAY JANUARY 1 1965 .
Sheriff Lundy said that apparently ,
New Year's Greetings Nipper felt the attack Hare Lumber 32 24
Waldron Motors 29 27
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coming on and pulled to the USSCriiirmiiiiiirTiTniiiriii 28 27V4 All orders for transfers of funds or payrolls

aide of the road. His body was Sport Shop...,.., ,,.. 23 33
found there at I a.m. by a passIng EDWARDS Parkinson's 22 34 should be made before 2
motorist I
p.m.
Alene's 18 38
1965 ???????? ??
For The motor of the car was still

running Lundy said. A physician Plumbing RepairReplacements M.HIP Evans Scratch- Game__- ,-. 185 Thursday, December 31 1964

told the sheriff Nipper had Ik Dorman,,?-?-?- ..?,,,..... 181
been dead for more
apparently found. Installation, High Handicap Gap
than an hour when L. Dorman _,, _, 243
BANQUETS. ", A resident of Little' Cypress, Trouble Shooting M. Evans .. -.?.. 237 FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONPioneer
Nipper apparently! had been In -Septic Tattle A Hlsh Berate Series

: good health and had visited his Specialty M. Evans ........... -.,, 464
*; V-i-: brother Morris Nipper before W. Plank ., .. 457
PARTIES ..< taklag his wife to Lakeland. Can YU 247H \. bilk HawBoap- Series] Bank of the Everglades

325 E. Ventnra >A. Beagle ..... .....-.. .... ...... 631
.!M. Evans ... .. -. .-., 620
Twirling contestat
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AND THAT SPECIAL EVENT fourth S. Florida annual FairThe Baton Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Inc.


Twirling Contest for solo and ,

The facilities of The Inn will help make the occasionmore corps from South Florida win
burdensof be held on Saturday', January
memorable by relieving the hostess of the 23, 1909 as part of a programof t
competitions at the
youth
preparation and worry. South Florida Fair and Exhibition : Complete Line of
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d'oeuvres scheduled from January
Whether for complete meal,. a cake, or !hors through January 30.

a occasion The title of "Miss Majorette", Materials
the Building
The Inn helps everyone enjoy awarded to the winning soloist
will be the climax of the com
petitions which wd Include No-
New Years Day i rice. Intermediate and Advanced .
Continuous service on solo divisions and Juvenile *

Junior and Senior classifications
':.' of two baton strutting
12:00 Noon to 9:00: p.m. -- duets team performance For large or small c

and boy's solos.
'\ ': The contest Is open to aatwlrlers concrete jobs, our radio
who have not reached
PLAN NOW their nineteenth birthday oa or controlled trucks will
before the day of the contest

and trophies win be awarded to deliver needs
first place winners. Medals will your quickly

INN be places awarded but not to beyond the first the three fifth and efficiently.

CLEWIS TON place. AH medals wffl be Identified
THE by ribbons.,

Deadline for entries, which *
are available at the Booth Florida
Fair Office, P. 0. Box S22t.

dewiston Florida Telephone YU 2.3501 be West postmarked Palm Beard basbr,. Ha.midnight., must Call YUkoa 2411, Haiti Street Ckwtston

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.,. Feur THE CLEWISTON NEWS Dewliton Florida ka High. School, in Alabama, ''problems of living together In King for the holidays were their Mrs. J.

Thursday December 31, 1964 and Is employed by S. N. Knight t the modern world are ultimately son, Arthur Wayne King,. and Cu1e Hancock L. McDaniel and' 1f.
and son Farms, of Belle Glade. to be solved It will not be his family from Tallahassee. West PaIm We: :
Out of town guests attendingthe by the coercion: of fear nor the Mr. and Mrs Andrew J. Beach Sunday
Spending
ceremony and reception ,ty ,..r y fi era compulsion of force: but through Clarke spent the holidays with Ocala the weekend

Ayliffe Mueller, John Reynolds are were Franklin Mrs.Louisiana R. Earl Mr.Caffery.and r empathic understanding and creative : friends in Port Charlotte. Barton were and hair faintly aDd Mrs Lay
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goodwill.In
Wet Yyr Visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. guests of her we
Mrs. Edward T. Reynolds, brother
YYp.L the frenzied whirl of our Keen, Sr. on Christmas day ter-ID-IIW and I
Mrs.
Mr. and Mr.
Ala.
married in St. Mary's ChurchThe Thomas umpka A. Reynolds and daughters swiftly moving, highly complex were Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Marker. and Mrs.

Pam and Gayle, Charleston society there are many fearful Shirley of Fort Myers. George Coleman
wedding of Miss Ayllffe Mrs. Edward R. Reynolds, Mrs. South Carolina, :Mr. and souls who are baffled and bewildered Mr. and Mis. John Welch of the graduate schOOl who alien

Frances Mueller, daughter of Douglas Hood all of Pahokee, Mrs. Lamar HUyer, and children : as they scan the human Eliza, Ill. were Christmas week verslty of Michigan at the Un

:Mr. and Mrs. Frank W Muellerto Mrs. Chester Miller, West Palm Charlotte Ronnie and horizon of modem man In end guests of Mr and Mrs. Art holidays here with his spent

John Wayne Reynolds, ion Beach and Mrs. James KranU Donnie, Belle Glade, Miss Dinah a his quest for a better life. They Krueger of 317 Arcade. The Mr. and :Mrs. G. H pares

of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. of Lafayette, Louisiana.The Sides Belle Glade, Mr. and + Interpret the ferment of social Welchs left Tuesday morningfor Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Coleman

Reynolds, of Wetumpka, Ala., bride's mother wore a :Mrs. Jesse R. Sides and daughters unrest, the flashes of racial distrust Hot Springs, Ark. where and baby of Bradenton Y

was solemnized Monday mornIng spring green wool dress with Lynda and Cynthia Montgomery 4 h the decline of morality they planned to spend some Christmas Day with his sp-
In St. Mary' Church. Pa- dark green accessories, with a Ala, Mr. and Mrs. and the aggression of hatemon- time before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. George Parent
hokee. The Rev. Father Francis corsage: of white roses; the Chester H. Miller and family gers as evidence of a civilization : The Kruegers formerly lived inEliz. with her parents, Mr Yon a

H. Fenech officiated.Tall groom's mother chose: a beige West Palm Beach Mr. and that 1s decadent and dying. .. < O. C. Booker; and 141'

white candles In gold linen dress, brown accessoriesand Mrs James W. Krantr and family But is U not also,true that seen Mr. and Mrs. Leland Ren- Mr. and Mrs. C J.

holders and arrangements of a corsage of pink roses. Lafayette, Louisiana, Mr. in the perspective man's potential nolds of West Palm Beach and and Mrs. Evelyn Nash Bleb
For her wedding trip to Alabama 0w and worth, these and Mrs. Edward LaPolnt had
white glads, mums and pompoms and Mrs. Matthew Prewitt, dignity Mr. their guests for Christmas
decorated the altar, ando the bride changed to a Gainesville Mrs. Glen Ether- forces: may be. Indeed, the birth of T'xas were Christmas guestsof and Mrs. Elmer Cox ,

each fide were placed white turquoise suit with black accessories ton, Mrs. Wm. C. Prewitt Mrs.C. pangs of a new order strugglingto the parents ,of the two wives, L 0. Bishop of Fort Pierce and Mr

baskets of glade, mums pom- ; and wore the white rose Doane Hlne, Mrs. Frank be born With man's rapid Mr. and Mrs.' Dawson Bledfoe Mrs. Joan Caron of
lOa,
Fam- corsage: which centered her Frank Jacobs accumulation of knowledge and of Clewlston.
poms, and potted palms. Rodrlguet, Mrs. was the guest during the
ily pews were marked with wedding bouquet.On Mrs. James C. Wlnn Misses his determination to explore Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ford arrived mil holiday of her Chn
white satin bows. their return the couple Beverly Etherton and Jackie / i. and understand the unknown Monday from their home :Mrs. Jack Scott and daughk

The wedding music was play will reside at 3783 Coconut: Goldman, Ben and Kerry Pre S through the techniques of science in Klttaning, Penna. for a winter Miss Vicky Robertson family of jic

ed by Miss hide Agnes Cabal- Drive, Lake Worth. Fla. C witt. all of Clewision and Mr. 6 a r may we not be standingon season in Clewlston, and are sonville spent Christmas
d
don, Pahokee. The bride attended dewiston and Mrs. O. J. Parks, of West the threshold of a break at home In the vonMach apart- with her mother, Mrs.

,The bride, given in marriageby Elementary and High Schools Palm Beach. through which could: usher In an ments. Mr. Ford Is a brother of Robertson. Accompanying Mary h<

her father, wore a white full and graduated from Pahokee era of more adequate opportunities the Presbyterian minister, Rev. on the return trip
skirted taffeta wedding gown High School In 1964 She Is attending for' all? Carl Sandburg Henry Ford, and he and his brother, Freddy Robertson.was h

with chapel train. Long white the school of nursing at WestMcLeodMrs. puts it this way: "I see American wife have been regular winter will go on to Qultman, a

glove s accented the short- Palm Beach Junior College. : not in the setting sun of a visitors for several years. visit his sister, Mrs. SandJ
sleeved bodice, which was trim- The groom attended Wetump'riii Mc- black: night of despair ahead ofare. Mr. and Mri. Joe McKim and Hart.
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med with appliques of braid Mary K. (Kitty I see America tn the crimson : daughter, Sarah, of Enon Val Miss Jane Monslnger
Leod and Ruls N. West were I
and lace. Her finger tip veil of five o'clock on Mrs David dork light. of a rising sun fresh ley, Penna. were overnight Greensboro, N.C. and John Pry
Imported Illusion was attachedto married at the home of from the burning, creative handof guests of Rev. and .Mrs. 'Henry of Bradenton were guests
Christmas Eve at God. I see great days ahead H. Ford during the Christmas
a crown of pearls. The wedding Wm. L. Sears, Miss Dean Webb the first
cascade arrangement Mr. and Mrs. great days possible:! to men and holidays. the week.
bouquet was a E. Miner Gainesville
Charles is
of white thistledown with City Judge at the double ring chapel scene women of vision and faith." Guests of Mr and Mrs Ross Enjoying a holiday w ekci
officiating
pbmpoms centered with white ; It was the vision of faith LaByer during the holidayswere camping: on Flsheatlnj Cr

roses. ceremony. of ushered in by that first Christmas their nephew, Tommy were Mr. and Mrs L L. Sne
Mrs. Mathew F. M. Prewitt, The bride wore a beige spring Clark-Woolery weddingThe which swung all history on Best, and his wife and 18 month of Clewlston. Mr. and Me

of Gainesville, sister, of the wool sheath with orange and its hinges, opening forever the old son Tommy, Jr. of Okinawa Wayne Owens and family

bride, was matron of honor and bone accessories and close-fit of marriage of :Miss Linda Mrs. Kells chose: a navy blue portals of eternal light. It Is the who are spending a 30- Moore Haven Mr. and Mrs. i
her only attendant. She wore' a ting hat Her corsage was attendant Kaye Woolery, daughter of Mr. suit with white accessories. Her teachers of men with His stance day leave visiting his parents, F. Holt of High Springs Hu|
sheath dress of old gold brocade cymbidium: orchids. Her only and Mrs. J. M. Kells of Pom- corsage matched that of the ma- toward life who keep alive humanity' Mr. and Mrs B. B. Vest in Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Hen

with matching pill-box Mrs. Sears, wore a pano Beach, and David,Dennis tron of honor. highest hope. Tampa. Mr. Vest, a geologistfor Sod and family of Palmdale

hat and veil; her cascade bouquet street length dress of multicol Clark, son of :&.n.. John D. At the' Christmas season, as the U.S. government, has Mr. and Mrs. David Clark
of Mrs. Clark, mother of the
was of bronze pompoms, ored stripes with a corsage Clark and the late Mr. Clark of suit we commemorate: the birth of completed 18 months service In Gainesville were Christen
groom, wore a turquoise
orange pinocchlo pompoms and' white carnations.: Clewlston was solemnized at the with beige accessories and her the Great Teacher, let us honor Okinawa. guests of his mother, Mrs Ma,
croton leaves. Mr. Sears attended the groom Chapel of the Incarnation Episcopal also matched that of the heroic teachers of the past Robert 'I'hompson'will return dark, going on to Pompano f fa
:Little Miss Kathryn''' Miller, as best man. Church in Gainesville the corsage matron of honor. and pay tribute to the thousands Monday to Tampa where he is visit with her parents, II

niece of the bride, Welt Palm The bride, daughter of Mr. Sunday afternoon, Dec. 20. ef dedicated teacher among us, enrolled at the University of and Mrs. J. M. Kens In Po
Beach, was flower girl.. She was and Mrs. M. C. Keen, ST.. Is a Father Roy C. Mercer.' Jr., The bride and groom left fora for they -are the heralds of South Florida, after spending pano Beach.

dressed in dark green velvet graduate of Clewlston High associate chaplain: of the Uni weekend trip to Crystal River "Peace on earth, goodwill to the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Sun n
and carried: flower petals in a School and completed a two versity Chapel, officiated at the and Ocala, and during the men" Mr. and Mrs H. C. Thompson. daughters, Donna and Katti

white basket year business course at the University ceremony In the presence of the Christmas holidays visited in Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Crouch were guests of her brother, W,
Edward,R. Reynolds brotherof of Tampa. She is em- Immediate family of the couple. Clewlston and Pompano Beach. visited his daughter and son-in- ter Cannon and family In C

the groom, was best man. Mla Yield RobertsonRobertsonButler ployed as secretary In the Sug- The chapel organist provided The orchid from her' prayer law, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hauler- lando, on Christmas Day
Ushers were Chester H, Miller, arland Ranch office of United the wedding music. Bach and book arrangement provided the son and family In Okeechobee

West Palm Beach: brotherinlaw States Sugar Corporation. Mendelssohn were played In corsage which the bride wore Sunday.
of the bride and Frank J. The is the son of Rots place of the traditional wedding with her wedding' ensemble Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford oj Washington Oaks Gardens, ttm
Mueller, Pahokee, brother of groom Ga. and marches. when the couple left for their \iM Jacksonville Were visitors In Flol'ida' newest state par
N. West, Sr. Moultrie,
the bride. Mrs. Mary G. Robertson of wedding trip. mile south of Marineland, w
and
of San- The bride given in marriageby Clewlston Sunday Monday.Mr.
Mrs. A. C. McReynolds
317 East El Paso Ave., dewls- \ 0* opened to the public Janus
Following the ceremony a reception ford. He graduated from Seminole her father, wore a three- Pafford, now associatedwith
: was held at the home of ton, announces the engagement: High School at Sanford, piece white knit suit Her hat BirthsMr. a private engineering firm, 1, 1965.

the bride's parents, where Mrs. of her daughter,.Victorian Jean, served In the U.S. Army during was a white pillbox covered: was a former resident of Clewiston
Lamar Hilyer Belle Glade, of 1615 Laura Street Jacksonville with sequins and pearls and hada as a member of the U.S.
the Korean War and is employed and Mrs. Frank Randell ftR P.NAlS: I
presided at the bride's book, to Rodney Reeves Butler, 'staff
of short veil. The bride carried Corps of Engineer i
in the traffic department of ,
the a son
proud parents
and Misses Gall'' Reeves and son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olin are : and Willard W. ,
white with Mr. Mrs. Sage
a prayerbook an arrangement Your
at Bry
I' U.S. Sugar Corporation Anthony Scott, who weighed six Wrap Up
Nancy Rashley, Pahokee, served 'Butler, 2902 Forbes Street, of white orchids and pounds, 14 ounces, when born Guests of Mrs C. E. :Miner, were holiday guests of their
punch. Assisting hostesses were Jacksonville. ant.The lillles-of-the-valley. Sr. and of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. YearEndExpenses
General
Christmas December 23rd at Hendry
Mrs. Philip Thielen, Mrs. Henry The young couple Is planning couple: spent Matron of honor and only attendant :Miner, Jr. during the holidayswere and Mrs. Nick Roth Jr. and
Epstein, Mrs. Jack Stanley, a late March wedding. with Mr. and Mrs. McReynolds of the bride was Mrs. Hospital.Mr. Jay C. :Miner of Washington family In Eustis.
In Sanford and are now residing and Mrs William Gibson
Judith B. Garland of Gainesville D.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guests of Mrs. W. U Brant-
..
In the home they have purchased of son
are parents a Bryan Hollis and children of Panama -
who wore an afternoon dress of : ley, Sr. and her family duringthe
: at 534 West TrinidadAve. Keith who born Christmas
was on
City. The Hollis family
turquoise crope with beige ac holidays were her sister,
a cessories. She wore a corsage: of Day weighing' eight pound, left for their home after the Mrs. J. D. Hit .jJIL.Mr. and

white and cream: colored carna five ounces. holidays and Jay Miner returned Mrs. Forest Tatum. all of Fort s

tons K. Thomas Garland was to Washington yesterday Myers.
Sugar makes Dunaway clan best man. Mr. and Mrs. Nigel Miller and Mrs. J. F. Sexton, who visited

break For her daughter's wedding Tribute to family spent Christmas Day in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
any anEnergyWalt LaBelle with his parents, Mr., H. Wyatt in Mobile, for short

meets in woodsA and Mrs. R. N. Miller, Sr. Oth- time during the holidays, returned -

ji Harrison- teachersBy er guests were the Millers of to her home in Clewlston

I e unique pre-Chrlstmas gathering Sebrln,. Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs.

Y of the Dunaway clan was Ray V. Sowers Oscar Barton left last week Wyatt are recuperating well

11r held in the woods of reldsT on Martinez for Houston, Texas, where he from injuries received in an automobile withaG.A.C.CONSOLIDATION.

Dec. 20. with a decorated: pine ,Director, Teacher Education, expects to remain permanently. accident, which hospitalized .
tree, gifts and a cook-out as Stetson UniversityThe Mr. and Mrs. Jose Dominguez Mrs. Wyatt for four
central attractions. Miss Isabel Lulsa Martinez, are house-hunting West Palm weeks.
:
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos greatest compliment: ever Beach where they will move the Miss Ileana Dominguez of :Ml.
Forty members of the clan, M. Martinez became the paid to any teacher in all time first of the year Mr. Doming ami is spending the holidays LOAN

coming from Clewlston, La- bride of Gaylan Harrison, of by anyone was that which a uez, recently discharged: from with her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Belle, Fclda' and other points Arcadia on Friday evening, December young man named John paid to service, has a position with Jose Dominguez, Sr.
attended the affair where the his teacher when he said, "The all
18th at the Martinez RCA.Mr. Guest of Mr and Mrs O. C. Pay your
children hung baubles on a home, 32S W. Pasadena Avenue. Word was made flesh and dwelt and Mrs. Robert W. K-l- Wilcox during the Christmas

I nearby pine tree to give the The groom is the' son of Mr among us full of grace and ly and sons left Saturday for holidays was her father, J. T. bills at once-

__ ''II proper Christmas effect.In and Mrs. Jim Harrison of Arcadia truth." Winter Garden where they spent Satterwhite, of Morganton, N.e. both old and new

attendance were: Mr. and : Here was a teacher with a the holiday weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. John Large of
Mrs. R S. Dunaway and daughter The ceremony was performedby power of communication never parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Monticello visited in Clewlstoa

Pam, of Felda; Mr. and Justice of the Peace H. E. excelled lIe had the ability to Ussery, and with her sister for a short time Monday, while One quick loan

: Mrs Jerry Cross and daughter, Crosby, and was followed by a unveil the great mystery called Mrs. E. C. lI-->nfsby, and family on a holiday visit in the 'area. '
Robin, Felda, Mr. and Mrs. reception attended by about life and put Into unforgetable Guests of Mrs. Helen Roberts; Mr. and :Mrs Robert Texton One convenient

Medford Dunaway and daughter fifty members of the families language glimpses of the great and her niece, Miss Patricia and IOn, Bobby, of Jacksonville monthly par-'t; '
Michele, Clewlston! Mr. fcd close: friends. Wedding cake realities. His parables have beCome Powers, for Christmas Dinner arc visiting his parents, Mr.

I and Mrs. Alfred U. Dunaway and punch were .served. the guidelines of our spin were Dr. and Mrs. John 1'. / andjllrs. T. M. Texton during One place to.n ./.

Thurs. Frt Sat. THUIttDAY; DEC. 31 and children: Grant, Susan, Deborah The bride Is a graduate of the itual i heritage But, great as Powers Mid sons, Mike and Par" ,the holidays. The family. .drOve
I Melanie and Kimberly, Clewiston High School, Class<\ot were His perception and powerof ot Stuart, Timer Eugene Pow. toIQaleah Jot Christmas
I Dee 31 Jem. 1 2 .. NEW YEARS .. Felda; Mr and Mrs Therrnnn 1964, and the of ers of Day
,. groom the De- description, there was something Indiantown Miss Keddle with Mr and Mrs. Tommy Tex i i1.
YOUR CltATIN'T r t' vs1l:1 P'In. I O'Bannon and. children: Steve Soto High School in Arcadia,,la else which transcended Dillon of West Palm Beach, Mr. ton and family',
J I HEART THE lITCIrS; CURSE and Sonya, LaBelle; Mr. and 1962 Ills poignantly articulate: word and Mrs. G. N. Itzen and Michael Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E Oliverof 'II f
I The nglng: career of : I Mrs, Richard Bethea and chll- They are presently residing' ,pictures. Not only did Ha focus 'I : Roberts Miami were guests .1

Hank William! America's '".aJeo dress, Richard, Jr., Sherry and Fort Myers .where the groom'Is the light of understanding In toe Mr. and Mrs Tom Owens and Mr and Mrs Jack Scott Sunday cf I .

I orebtMt of untry-Btyl FOOTBALL "Ir DeAnne, dfwlston. ; Mr. and employed minds of linen but lIe stirred children of Indiantown and Mr and Mrs. .
J. : a
music! HIGHLIGHTS 1954 II Mrs Dale Dunaway and daughters their Innermost feelings and Johnny Owens of Pensacola, spent Christmas, Fed Baker
with
:
r
their
'I' Stacy and Tanya, Felda; fused the. link between what were Christmas dinner guests W. son. : 1
, SPECAL ENGAGEMENT ;L Mr. end Mrs. Lee Parker and Happy BirthdayDee. were their deeply felt needs and of their pal'ntsIr./ and Mrs. ;"t. Baker, and family Ml*
sons, Mark, Rod and Scottle, the truth which could: satisfy Thos. B. Owens. Other members lOAMS UP TO $$113
' d and Mrs Q. M. Dunaway, Clew- ,\those.n cdj. of the family present were Mr. AnIta Griffith and son
Sunday Jan. 3 I Mrs. F. "i of
: 2 1
and L% p.m ONLY loins ease Duff, Even this. Miss Kay Owens and Mr. and Miami spent Christmas in Gl\.C.-
Wm. C. Boswell sov was cot the attribute
Mrs. A. R. Clewlston with
't 1' Mon.. ,, thrq Thqrs, Jan, 4-7-8'p.m. ONLY Torbert Sr., Reba Jo Weaver. which most Impressed Mrs.daughter.James L. Owens and Jack Red sh, and her family sister, Mrs.
Ornithologist Arlie W. Schor- Weaver *N thus WHO' knew the teacherb FINANCEC ]
t ger estimates there were from Jan. 1 Jackie Parrlsff fj; Somehow the truths lIe Gathered al the home of Mr. Peter McIntyre, m. who
Lewi-
( TAYLOR 3 to 5 billion passenger pigeons lyn White ,taught were embodied In the and Mrs. J. Fred Baker for ? -
_
CUW1STON
I ,. when America was discovered. Jan. 2 Mrs., Pauline Hand, works He wrought. Like a perfectly family dinner on Sunday were parents Eve will leave New Years ZJ.l71
for YUkon
Today there are none Ronald Hare, Mary Sue Bitsaman documented thesis, His Mr. and Mrs., W. A. Baker of Chicago to resume his 311 East State Nwf .
studies
Miami at the 6l>DE--r
Mr. and Mrs. James F. University of Chi- -BElLE
John Branaman. teachings: were validated and 6-5217
Baker, Jr. ca,a Ml W.stAVIII"-A'.9'3"'
of
Lake
Jan. 3 Loyas Barton, L. E. came alive In the total range of Wales, Mr/
list and Mrs. Bob Jones of Nokomis ,
Dietz. interpersonal relationships.He "
-fl' < Jan. 4 Byrl Ingram, George urged compassion: understanding and Mr. and :Mrs. Richard F. r .
1 Baker of Clewlston '
and their
AutoFinancing Burchard Beverly Etherton. courage: and faith. He families'
Jan. S-Louls Sullivan, Chuck advocated caring and sharing;
Mr. and
Isi ? Jan.McGee Dorothy Moore E. E."' .giving the and personal serving. Then deomonstra-He became were In Pahokee Mrs. M. C.visiting Keen Sr.his SURE. :;r';' : _

BURTON' H HRRR1SgNMMI 'uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. ,,
I i I A d R X "Pop"nM.Raa Kelly Lee, Raymond Jim Parrish Chris, what tloa of He these taught qualities., the personifica He was Albert. and Keen Mrs/, on Sunday.Mr. ;

A"fONV r d1Al.e. CMeM. G. ;. Mrs L. E. tints of what He believed. When and children Roy E. Wilcox we know it's

1 1r 1t t. Dietz. His students wanted to know the weekend with spent the holiday tough: > 1itr!( ."
,r' lID.Joe Hilllard, Mrs. Fa- full meaning of what He said. relatives In Plant all over." : : .
.
1- .... .... -,";' 41/2 City. ..,??-. .
% Rate race* Chalker, Fred Rlggto.\ they observed what He did. Mr. and Mrs.
.f1 'The Word was made flesh and 'Clyde Egley E t ,
.. t have as their i
.
guests during the '
dwelt
i e among us. : .
Mrs. Jones is holidays their daughter BUT
Mrs.
< Be a C A S H buyer. '1 Across the centuries the noblest Walter Schmidt and baby, ( ,
son
Arranqe your financing teac.hers''of: : the race have of Tallahassee. Mr. Schmidt

before you buy. hospitalized emulated His example Humanity Joined the family at Christmas 'IE
has been lifted up and led Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely. you want a place in the sun,
Mrs. Anna -
Mae Jones
administrator forward not by general
averageness -
Ga. Is the BUY
guest' of
her ONE.
NEW AND USED CARS of Hendry General Hospital nor' by popular vote, W. G. nephew.
Perry
de ; Phone YU 2-252)} underwent major surgery by those unique souls who by Mr. Perry flew to Jacksonville and family Strive for ,'65
t tj i ,, in Good Samaritan Hospital. f cfr( example, have taught ma> prior to Christmas
; J1DIIGEDIII West Palm Beach Monday, and Kind toe rules ot the load. Lewis here after to drive :Miss f f To?..own your home.
; ClUJlUECIDIYIICWRE DINP/AAdNET ItAOIIRII IdX1IAI.LI RedishtINSURANCE was reported by her husband a visit with "
Today we are blessed by a Mr. and :Mrs. John C. Perry
M M I/M LYi1E IIl/.l1lLlUmIl.lfi'kiIm.lIJ-.. & H.terday.Mri.C. Jones. as doing floe yes growips company: of dedicated ,family. Rev.'David Denslow and accompaaled -
-- -- teachers who belong'' to this Mm and J.E.BEARDSLEYR !
t 1I 11f .- AGENCY Jones wttt remain at the noble succession, wlehen'who plane home. brought the
hospital for several days, then
ADULTS STUDENTS _-.,".. .., 93o ,3 ? S. Bond Street wm transfer to dewtston tor recuperation believe la the dignity; and worth tad Mr.family and hors David Allord glal. H. d Esjtals iVoSow

I1 ChUdrea and.** 12 Teen ?"- ?",,,, 75c s according: to present ot auma*.personality: ; teachers with relative! .spent in Fort the Pierce holidays E1.wlbn Florida '.
plans. .She_Is la Boom 2 S. >who arvctonviaced that'U tie Guests YU&7S01P.
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Miracle of escape on levee tumbled into the underground Clewlston., Florida THE CLEWISTON
river. Mr. Jones apparently NEWS Page Five Several thousand more domestic

was standing on the first pot Holiday Hospitality Thursday, December 31, 1964 workers are expected to coma
to give to Florida after
this week way the holiday season -

30 years ago "Since Jones went Into the as in the past, but present
water statewide shortages are expected
with the first
ago this week I I "The strange occurrence, dirt, the cave-ln of to become severe. with the
'no, years unparalleled water carried him safe solution: is expectedto
caned "Dynamite Jones" in the history of con- ly through the maze of boulders approach of peak harvest operations

lIaJI to have dropped Intoprt.h's I sanction work In the Everglades and otter rough rock 20 feet be. In January and February
while working t took place low ? he added. Some crops Including
:: abyss on Friday the surface Had he
!
.. of the present Moore Park! Just north of the Clewlston Inn. undoubtedly would have been record production levels If harvests

rod ramp.1M Jones was' supervising a crew crushed by the tons of rock that 1 Announcement last week of workers already pay all workers can be completed without

mat T. }L Jones, caned "Dl'JII1II1te" of three men' on an air compressor subsequently fell into the U.S. Department of Labor plansto in their hire a minimum cf losses

because he was a pow.der when a trouble whistle from stream. launch a massive recruitment 93: cents per !hour, regardless of
after. the dragline called his effort to fill seasonal farm whether
was rescued attention The dragline was moved forward foreign workers are engaged On Library Shelve
foreman subterranean ride1IJrOIIlb ; to a large spring, about 10 feet to close the Jobs in Florida California Art- in the some crop or the .
; Into
s tenit'In'Ta fas under.round ., in diameter, which had gushed rim canal and the gap entire the s ions and Texas today! brought same kind of work. Sugar cane The John Birch Society-J. At,
excavation
and, up Just ahead of where the prediction from a Florida at least .
i 1 t rea m came the drag has been pumped dry, growers pay tl IS per len Broyles .4
U. ordeal pracUcallJ1IIUcatbed. line dipper was digging. The ex- revealing the tremendous gorge Fruit & Vegetable Association hour. According to the farm organization Botany of Sugarcane. Van

farough of the present was about 25 feet below lake through which confirm the existence of widespread farm worker earns substantially '
he
relation Rebels
was carried with CausFran
a S.
II DO ofClewlston.whoUalso, level and was dry, the water In a miraculous manner to be labor shortages more than these minimum MeadA

mayor T, H. Jones) hiving been pumped out during restored to the surface unharmed "We'll gladly accept any' help wage levels

named Clewlston New of Dec the dragline work a few moments later they want to try to give UI, even "We are told that about thirty- Patrick Guide to National Defense. a,
W. Powers
The "Jones though/ we don't expect much in two recruiters will be sent to -
related the story of the gave orders for the air "Mr. Jones spent the ,
Sin 1934' harrowing experience anmiraculooa d I compressor to be moved out of his home In Miami holidaysat and the way of results" said W. H. Florida," Anderson said "About The Experience of Marriage- .

J !In the follow danger, as the water was pour- turned! to his Job re Anderson, Jr. manager of the half will be men selected from Michael Novak
escape on a
Wednesday
log in .at terrific speed morning"Many. waD++ Association's Labor Division.. desk Jobs in Washington and Great Lives Great Deeds J

bl words: A moment later the e "On the other hand" be said, other federal offices, and the remainder' Reader's Digest
fore- ,
dragline
> H. Jones, powder Interested spectators will A.
1 be employees of
operator Dick "the Industry has no reason to Krakatoa-Rupert Furneaux
Atlantic DredgingInd WhIttington, and have gone to the levee
for the up location
Employment Service agencies
the oiler, Norman believe that even the Depart- Farmer's World
U.S.
Construction Company, suf- Warriner to view the place where the from 'other states DeptAgriculture
missed meat of Labor expects to find
harrowing experience. Jones and saw a hole miraculous happening
occurred.
fared i that farm laborers avail "We also told
are that the
that had are
Jviday morning which would do, caved In at a spot Since the location has been able" Florida State Service Clean Plates-Mitzl F. Perry.Miller -
where he had Employment
See to the alcoholic Invention stood near thecompressor. pumped dry the episode can
Poe. easily be He cited recent and current and Florida Industrial
reconstructed.
5 Allen
Edgar "Before findings of the Florida State Commission are supposed to retain -
familiarly apyoamite s I the amazed men
known u control the activitiesof
Jones Employment Service that farm over
because ofla could form any plan of action,
Jones' these outside
I
recruiters
) work with that explosive, however, they were further Charity a must Gather your friends and relatives 'round the punch bowl for Jobs active are going and begging citrus in most doubt that this actually is Intended -
farming areas,
startled to see Jones thrown a cup of good cheer and good conversation. A refreshing
through
sight a I up
drOPped from to the surface In the center of punch and a gaily decorated bowl are, the basic ingredients. forany and pointed out that Independent The Florida officials
In the dry pit and watarried have
Mve-ln Y Uetid party. efforts by farmers and growers already reported on the
20 feet below the cur the the 10-foot spring 100 feet from for physiciansCharity Brighten the punch bowl by attaching a bright red ribbon and to recruit workers in southeastern farm labor situation and so

face through an undergroundpissage spot where ho had disappeared glittering plastic I "inowflake,4o, the outside. Place in a setting states have yielded disappointing ,have the officials of similar
a distance of 100 feet a minute before. They of artificial "snow" and pine boughs. results."I agencies In the southeastern
yrs saw him struggling in the wa should be a part of For the intuit of the bowl, prepare an easy punch of applesauce ., states The Labor Departmenthas
practically
through
Be came ter as the terrific current car every physician's dally life, cream, lemonade' concentrate and sherbet' made effervescent believe that the official reports
lathed, ried him downstream to the distant the president of the Florida with the addition of sparkling,7-Vplt'. light smooth of the public Employment had. plenty of opportunity b

side of the excavation pit Medical Association has told and, delicious! Service agencies in all of these listen to the officials of these

which was rapidly filled with the state's doctors. SnovfUke Apple Punch states ought to convince any states If they really Intend to be

7 water. Dr. Samuel M. Day, In his 2 cups applesauce: 1 pint lemon sherbet reasonable person that no one Is guided by them"

"Jones managed to catch hold Christmas message in the Journal 1 pint hunt cream 6 bottles ((7 ounces each) kidding about the limited labor Anderson said that about 13.-
of the Florida Medical Associatlon. 1 can ((6 ounce) frown lemon- 7-Up, chilled supply," Anderson said "The
of a rock when he was hurled said that although .da concentrate, thawed Nutmeg insistence by the federal agency. 000 foreign workers are now employed

against the edge of the pit and physicians In the United States Combine applesauce and cream in punch bowl. Slowly stir in that it take a first hand role In throughout Florida agriculture \-

the men ran to his aid. War annually contribute some 15.- lemonade concentrate. Add scoops of aherbet Slowly: add 7Up. a recruitment effort must therefore on a supplemental basis

riser was lowered by his ankles 000 each In donated services, Sprinkle with nutmeg if desired Make about 24 ((4 ounce) have other significance."

until he was able to grab Jones' they "shouldn't rest on their servings He explained that he expectsthe pQQAEI

wrists and together the men laurels" federal agency will try to

were'brought to safety A national poll In 1961 revealed 'to 'A X talk farmers into raising wages

"Jones had not lost consciousness hat Florida general David is killed !'' J.J V; 'y '$" '* even higher than now requiredby Ship Best Way!
Agnew '
during the several minutes practitioners were leading .: the 'labor agency's regula

of his gruelling experience.He the nation hi giving medical tions.. t

realized fully what had happened services and the state's ape. "They would like to claim REA

and said he was buffeted claliiti ranged second In in bomb blast in Saigon that labor. shortages could be

about by the force of the stream their category Nevertheless overcome with higher wages,"
FREE PICK-UP
and was powerless to help himself Dr. Day admonished the The death of David W. Agnew, and Mother persons were Anderson said. "But wages

Once he hung on a boulderon medical men to be familiar 59, of Winter Park Fla. In the wounded, in the blast which have climbed In every segmentof

the edge of his underground with association recommendations bombing of U.S. Officers Quarters went off about 6 p.m., when our Industry for several years and DELIVERY TO YOUR

trip and figured the end had on charitable serv in Saigon on Christmas Eve most men were in their quarters. and our shortages continue to LAKE

come but a second later the ice brought the Vietnam war sadly Increase. That Is no answer to Phone YU 2.2141

force of the water had torn him "County societies mould attempt close to Clewlston residents during Mr. Agnew's body Is being returned our problem. It hasn't even put APPLIANCES ,

HAPPY'J loose again and he soon poppedup to see that their members the holidays Mr. Agnew, to the United States and much more money Into the

In the middle of the spring recognize reasonable standards who held the rink of Captain in will arrive In San Francisco pockets of the average farm

NEW YEAR "Meanwhile the cave-In continued regarding those who maybe the VS. Navy was the brother- Saturday and be flown] to the worker for a very large number
in-law of Mrs Wm. C. BoswelL of them simply slow' down
to spread and many tons eligible, he wrote. nation's capital. There will be
OUR TIMELESS of dirt and rock caved Into the Under the present system of Clewlston. His daughter, rosary services Sunday eveningin their efforts and work fewer

underground stream which apparently doctors are not forced to take Lyndal Ann, now 18 and a student the chapel at Fort Meyer, days"

WISH TO YOU had been tapped by any patient, Dr. Day said, "butit at Rollins College, has Virginia, and a requiem mass, On the other hand he pointedout

AND YOURS! the rim canal which had been is their obligation to take spent much time here with )her followed by a full military service that the better farm work HAPVrr
and ers are now earning as much or
uncle aunt.
dug many years ago. The streamon those In need. on Monday, with IntermentIn
BOND STREET the surface reached from the Once the patient !Is accepted Mr. Agnew was in Saigon in Arlington National Cemetery. more than workers in comparable

canal to the point where the he said, it Is the physician'sduty his capacity as "an expert In Mrs. Agnew, her son, Michael Jobs in on-farm Industries
JEWELERSBest to render the best services real estate procurement". He The labor Department's decision !
stream had burst through the 23, a US Marine, and her
possible at a price the patient roomed with Lt. Cot James R. to launch an Intensive recruitment
bottom of- the excavation pitThe daughter: Lyndal Ann, left Win v
can afford to Hagen of Oklahoma City two drive coincides with
stream evidently had been pay. ter Park yesterday for Washington
but a short distance from the "If he can pay nothing, charge floors above the basement garage and will return next week. the end of the government-oper

surface left by the dragline dip. nothing," he raid. "If he can In which the bomb, secreted Mr. Agnew was a native of ated Mexican labor program un-

per. The force of the water sentIt afford a little it helps his dignity in a motor vehicle, ex Waukesha, Wls, educated at St.John' der which Mexican nationals

through the thin wall and to pay a little," Day said. ploded. Both men were killed Institute, and receivedhis have farm Job been demands recruited In the to western meet. YEA ,1

formed the spring which the degree In law from Marquette states It also came on theheels 1965Y

workers first noticed. University. He Joined the of a series of hearingsheld .
"After the water broke Florida agriculture at year's endis Navy shortly before the outbreak by the agency, Includingone Y

through, the force was so strong of World War II, aaw in Miami on December 2,

that the rock and marl, loosened combat in both Pacific and to determine whether present

and broken by the dynamite reviewed by state commissioner European theaters, taking partin federal controls are adequateto

the Normandy Invasion, and protect the Interests of domestic I/o/

By Commissioner Doyle Conner Florida feeders W* are still the landing on Okinawa. He received workers In areas where .5'r ,

Florida Department of short of meeting Florida's demand the Purple lloart medal supplemental foreign workers ,
AgricultureThe for pork for wounds received in Sicily. might be employed td' meet labor '.
LANg lIe has been with the Navy De- J,
1 There seems to be little prospect shortages ; \
outlook for Florida agriculture for much Improvement In partment in Washington since Florida fruit and vegetable

generally in 1965 favorable, while mixed, !Is uction poultry has and Increased eggs. Our so egg rapidly prod ml the war estate and procurement in his opacity officer as producers who employ. foreign fi


t Prospects are good that the in recent years that we have has been assigned u to military Child l, I

state's farm cash Income will about reached the point of self- establishments in many countries patientsget -: )

be In neighborhood of ONE sufficiency! of the world. .........4'.t., -,-,',. 'err' aYaY,- t .

BILLION dollars or better for Com,,""!!ion lit the Industryha The Pentagon said the Saigon class gifts
yc the Increased on BEARDSLEY-NASH INSURANCE '
1I' year. pressure eggprlrps J
command had specifically re Members of Mrs. Barbara "
Scoring a remarkable recovy and no marked';! Improvement -
Y ,,,- from the devastating freezeof is In sight for 1965. Prod. quested Agnew for the Job because Comrle dancing class enjoyed AGENCY < {

Rdr December, 1962, our citrus uction efficiencies are making it needed an expert "to a special treat on ChristmasEve ,\
l when they visited !llundry ,j
nap has helped boost the 1984 continual progress, however, so get the best possible evaluationfor
Wishes estimated that total egg output in Florida General Hospital to personally I
total .
to
cash Income a contracts and Mr. Agnew !
deliver gifts to the children who
r f ffl the ONE BILLION- will probably continue to rise
at well over
was considered by the Navy to were patients during Christmas
dollar mark. Prices for citrusIn A further decline In the number
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for a -- the part year reached record of dairy farms Is expected. be the best In this field." holidays ,

f' highs. In spite of this, the 1965 volumeof He had been stationed In Sai'since I- At their recent dance recital f Y,

However, new plantings in selected Florjdf, -.. RjIj ujMd .sail J Is, June 1963. ..tt k '" given to'ralss funds for special ,' '. ,

HAPPY' counties such as Hen- due to !1 risikecause"' ; of Increases' _' 4 .';. oj- '. ...<< l T. purchaso\ for left the''JiospltaU bit the Christmas ..ooie"hnoncy'wus ( ; (
in ptotracflbn Jew'.
dry, Martin. St. Lucie, Indian per
/ Tree for the class mem-
River and Brevard, have been As population grows at a tap-
Increased. It appearsthe Id rate both In Florida and the ben to buy gifts for the children

NE\V YEAR HAVE A NEW materially Industry is well on the way nation, our ornamental hortlcuL Watch RepairBERT unable to be at homo Christ '
mas. They chose teddy bears
continues to
ture Industry
of ex-
freeao
to the crop
YEAR FILLLO 154 again million boxes pre It Is expectedto pand. It |s estimated farm cash TURNER and on Christmas eve accompanied f. .
Mrs. Comrle
by .
ml1UCn box love value-of our cut flowers foliage SUGARMILL person.sUy .
reach a 200- ROAD
WILLIAMSELECTRIC them to Lulsa
WITH HARMONY and rurscry plants, sod, etc. delivered
MT5! .
by
Morrell, Donna Gall Kaiser, Sa-
will exceed 100 million dollars
Increased Industry
Our v,istly sugar rah Ann Thomas; Aaron Cypress '
DUTCH materially by 1975. 1 .
MOM'S has contributed
and Devon Lowry !
1964 rise in total farm In 1963 Florida ranked 13th
to the
Mrs. Anna Mae Jones administrator -
KITCHEN but its future among all the states In cash
,
cash Income -
of tho hospital served
Income from farm marketings. ,
clouded. The soarIng -
prospects are Cokes to the class members during
acreage planted to sugarcane It is probably that when aU the :
r-- their vilit.Pendry .
probably reached a peak figure are !in. we Improved that'

in 1964 and is expected tosbe position tn1964. a
For the first three
curtailed in 1965. quartersof elected
It Is estimated vegetable 1964!) Florida's farm cash Income

production will continue to be was the largest of any Worshipful MasterJ.

increased to 1965. The industry state In the South except Taxes,
showing In 1964. and showed a rise of 23 per cent
made a good P. Pendry of LaBclle was
x Favorable weather and progress over the corresponding periodin elected Worshipful Master of l r
1963. Y
In more orderly marketing Moore Haven Lodge No. 61,
NEW ., factors. If this increase holds to the
contributing F&AM at a recent meeting
were for cattle I* for end of, 1964, it will be the largest
The outlook Elected to serve with Pendry 0 '
year-to-year gain ever recorded
not much change. Prices are who Is a pastmaster of the
for the state
not expected to Improve much lodge were G. R. Dyess, Senior
Where will stand at the
for another year or so. However we l Warden; O. RJ Hull Junior
end of 1965 remain to be seen.
after that it is probably Warden; R. H. Crawford treasurer .
will begin a strong rising Florida farmer will continueto and Theodore
they HAPPY UzzelL sec
face many problems In 1965 JerHOLLINGSWORTH'S
trend. retary.Appointive
them labor shortages,
rSEASON'S has been one among
The past year officers include W.
cost of production. Increased
rising
of general culling and upgrad- A. Shiner, Senior Deacon; T.
competition and riling MEW YEARMay
cattle Industry. The M. Junior
Log in the taxes Offsetting factors: will include Woodward Warden;
cycle of herd expansion J. B. Cox
national Chaplain; James O.
scientific and technological
to be nearing an new every with Woodward 8 lor
appears e a Steward;
develop u e D t f in-
end! It 11 possible Florida' cat- d mechanization Im come true for Vance Whlddea, Junior Steward
a e
r
be soma e e
u. population may and W. L. Bellamy, Tyler.
what lower in 1965. ample credit, technique you and yours The newly elected officers

GREETINGS Our swine 1 Industry will nor and ID.Jbe IIII..a will be installed at a public installation
More Our total agribusiness volume SHOES
**
Unue to make proar. service on Monday
of than THREE BILLIONdollars
more
the annually win continue to THE TROPICAL January 14 at I p.m. The public
pprrontfaopporkrolUe' ** -
LaBYER MOTEL foeF'loetda'sjspIadIog la cordially Invited to attend.
of feeder be the strongest support
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traUn' on prodUctIoG demand of igenomy. 'tf r..JWaxine I cvatt_ .. .
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dewtoton, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

Open new social Thursday, December 31, 1964 ,
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ADS security office

ly were served by Its Welt ployed the income tax return
The Social Security Admin Palm Beach office
It THEc0VNTYavn..>,I should be supplied.PATIENTS .
COURT S" AND FOR ..111111181COllltTY T itratlon hat announced that beginning Thomas S. Camps has been I
FLORIDA In January Fort Mr named district '
of the
FOR manager
RATES: Four FOR SALE-l-bedroom house RENT-One-bedroom fur. IN nil! E.tat. of > ;
(LASSIFIED nished SUP RALPH A. FLOWERS S eri office will serve Hendry and Fort Myera office and will assume '
per Jr. rtIoa. 22drtlone 1 bath, large screen porch. St Call house 508 Commercio COVERS and drapes Custom Deceased.NOTICB > Glades counties which prevlout- hU duties on Jan. 4. The
mess mum charge; four In- 440 E. Ventura. May be seenafter YU 2-8603.! tic made. Complete line of! Fort Myeri office If located at j.

tor the prlo of thrt*. 4 p.m. Call YU 2-1721. FOR RENT-2-bedioom drapery and slip cover fabrlca: All TO CREDITORS 2159 McGregor Boulevard
trailer creditor of the Eetat el r ary II, IMS at 1:00: o'clock EastStandard and
Dec31p wIth i large room added. Tree ..Uml.... Call YU M8U., RALPH A. FLOWER' deoeued.., era Tim tor the pur- will be open Monday through
PHONE YUkon S-UW YU can Van Corhera'a Custom furnitureand are hereby notified. and requiredto pop of:
FOR SALE 2-bedroom 23252. Uc file any claim or demand,* Electing- on. iuperrlsor; fort Friday from 8.13a.m.: : to 5.00: DISCHARGED:
-
CBS Upholstery tfo which th./ may hav. ...In.t term of three year. p.m. The telephone number laEDlaon R
Mme Ppear
refIGIIII whore ,. house. 445 W. Haiti.! Contact HARRY VAUGHN, JR. aid eitnU la the office of thCouty ,* Receiving annual reports 42164. W. R. Wlmberly, Jay Clark, :
.Ili tilt ekaseifiad tats Wendell Whaley, YU Judt ef Hendry Count 1. and taking such action with Mildred Davis, Catherine Gibson l
to 33851.tie Florida, In the courthouse at La reipect thereto as the LandownI For those who cannot let to
FOR Michel
err pick up lw paaae : RENT-Two 2-bedroom Belle. Florida., within *'ix calendar mV d.t..mln. n......". Fort Myers, a representative of McDuffle, Karen
... Dixie Crystal Theatre. houses. Furnished See Mrs. Display month from th* date of th I Transacting such other hueu the Social Adams, Vernon Nobles, Jlmmle I r
ef MM New FOR SALE 2-bedroom frame V. Fielder first publication of tht* nolle Ineea a* may com befor* the Security District will Davis, Donna Gall KIser, Nettle
waipliinenta Highway West of Each claim or demand muet bIn meeting.I be in Clewlston, at the office of
house with
id.. lustre. Paase Boat be Florida room. 430 Clewlston. rjecSi writing and must state th HOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF the Personnel & partment of Whidden, Dennis Griffin Charlotte .
before WedOeaay. W. Pasadena. Call YU 34561 place or realdene and poet-of- FLAOHOLB DRAINAGE DI3- Randal, Louisa Morrell '
taped far after C FOR RENT-Sman flc. ad!.... *f the claimant andmuet TRICT U.S. Sugar, from 9.30: a.m. to Everett Smith
p.m. Jan21c house. George L. Scott,
"ished Fur- ClassifiedsFOR : 5s amen t* by the claimant sty; Joe M. Hendry, Secretary noon on Jan. 13 and 27; Feb.'10
or unfurnished his hie Donald 6. Smith Henry Bfflle.
*:35 ee-ent or attorney CN-lit and 24.,and March ,
HOUSE FOR SALE-Complete- per month See Mrs. Sloan 433 or It will beoom Told aooordln- pea n, 1114, Jan T, UIIKOTICII 10 and 24. John I* Salllvan, and Peter Joe
ly furnished. Large Florida E. to law The law require claim* A representative will be in
Trinidad or call H. Bill,. "4
P. John- to b. filed In duplicate.
lEAl ESTATE (DR SALE room and carport 609 E. Trini 100. November Si. 1914.Annie TO DIDDERS Moore Haven Court House from .<
dad. Phone 23641. tic tic Flower, Th. City Commission of The 8.30: to 10 a.m. on Jan. 14, Feb. PATIENTS REMAINING:
SALE Administratrix, of the City of Clewlaton will receive' 11 and March 11. Beverly Jan Spurllng, Margaret .1
GREATER: THAN Eitat of Ralph A. Flowon sealed" bids up to I:.10 p.m. m.B.T
DEMAND) MRS. LETHA YEAGER _I ; I deoead.Ftret January 11. 1914 at which time It is suggested that persons Howard. Mary Rldfidlll: I1f
EVER for bouses, acreage, I All aluminum Florida' nom publication on P... 1*, list they will be publicly opened and applying for benefits brine the Richard Sapplngton, Hortens
We hive customers FOR SALE OR RENT3bed.room and screen with I bedroom CN-(It read. alou8tThep following with\ them 1-Soclal Vann
tuwessei. room : : Mary Doub Odrlc! Ivin 1
Dee. 10 bids '
IT S4
FOR II, 1114II are to reflect unit
cement block
SALE-45
LIlt property with : house In : ft. house trailer trailer attached. Security Card Evidence of
.ilttaj your; prices for The City of CUwli- ; Chancey, Corinna Frank Aaron 'it

... J. E. Beardsley. Ph. VUvsa. 6668 Clewlston.for Call Belle Glade 996- added, 2-bedroom with 2 rooms Occupancy late November TUB O 0 V !If T T JTOOftya 1 1.ton'Approximately* annual fuel supply.11,000, gallons age; a record of past year'searnings Cypress, Judy Jim, Tommie .i 't
MajOR information. tic pn. Two 50x115 lots er early December COURT If AND FOR HtONDRr of regular taollne, pur- and a record of present Jlmmle' George Green, Martha ; tt
fenced. $3500. See George Land. COMPLETLY FURNISHED COUNTY, FLORIDA chased In 1000 gallon lot, year's earnings. If self-em Jumper. t;
SALE Two bedroom era, TV & Radio Service Center IN RH-: K.tate of ) and to have .n octane rating a
Contact ARTHUR BAUM. ) of no less than _II.a .
$300. Payments 155 per 'REAL tUATEJDR YU 2-1221.
,
use. RENT Dec31c Decead. IBIOTICH Approximately. 1,000 phone
saved< W. D. King. tin GREG ESSER of hl-teit gasoline purchased.
FOR SALE OR RENT-10'x43f TO CRBDITOHS In too ration loin, and to Harlem News
FOR RENT-One bedroom trail two bedroom house YU 3.2921 All creditor. of th*, Eetat of hav. an octane rating; of no
Real Estate trailer ARTHUR BAUM deceased are leei than .....
er for working: man. $13 per Call YU 3-2761. tfe ., hereby. notified and required to I. Approximately, ',pop gallons I
bedroom CBS week lights and file any claim or demand which
jIEW-two conitnictton. water furnish of dleaol fuel purchased In
FOR they may have against said ei MRS DANCE 3. GAJADHA News Edltot
SMOO.JlORTHSIDE1 ed. YU 2-4064. tfe SALE 1955 Richardson tat In the BOO gallon lots with a minI-
office of the County mum octane rating of ...
bedroom frame, house trailer, 37'. Call YU 2- Judg. of Hendry Count> Florl Theee bide will be reetrlcted to Phone YU 1-7651: .
FOR RENT-one and d. to the Laa.ll. ,
two bedroom 1236. eourthoup at distributors whoa
Uc principle
(9000. trailers also large If interested Florida. within six" calendar Place of builneaa le within l the ;
ACREAGE as available. shady month from th. date of the city\ llmlta of The City of Clew- COLLEGE STUDENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Ambus Robin
spaces. City sewerage.No first publication of this nolle.
J ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 pets. Clewlston Trailer Park. la one oi the beat Each claim or demand must b* laton.Th. owners of the and HOME FOR THE HODIDAT!S son are delighted to hive Mrs.

bath frame home. Hardwood 'YU 2-2661. tic In welting. and mot state thepl.c. tanks. presently. In u pumps>e by the Among the college students faspend a Janie Sea, Albany, Ga. spend
floors. masonry residence: flee address or reildnnc of the claimant and poet-of and the City shell Include In their bids the holidays with theli r the holidays with them, Mrs.

15! rill HOMES In Broward FOR RENT One bedroom FOR QUICK,SALE-Golng: out must b* sworn to by the claimant price be purchased which these by. the faollltleamay City of family and friends were, JIm. Sea is the mother of Mrs. Rob
house. of business. on nortbalde his agent, or his attorney, Clewleton.The lnson.I .
Palm Beach and Dad eoun- Phone YU 2-6881. tic $1395 buys one or It will become void according mle L. Weekly and Prlnc e

ties various sizes and prices. FOR RENT-Furnished apart 1960 Ford F600 Truck, one 1957 please to law. The law require claims the rlitht/C'ty! to Commission accept th*reserves lowest Brumfield Tuskeegee. Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell,

Small cash payment. ments. 824 Concordla Ave., Chevrolet 6400 Truck. Good con. Novambor to b* filed 15 In, u.duplicate... T bent bid' end< to 'aject any or Robinson Katie Mitchell. Gwen.. Miami Fla. are visiting the McCoy

FOR RENT Efficiencies and YU 24675. tic dition. YU 2-4751 Jones Texaco contact Helen Roch. Baum. all .bids C. r. Tvlalr dolyn Patrick and Betty Lewis,,. Mitchell and Qulntine families
houses as available. Service, 600 E. Administratrix, of theEstate City Manaaercol Edison Jr. College, Mt. Myers,. for the holidays.
FOR RENT One bedroom Sugarland.Dec31e J. M. Lankford deceased.First of. Arthur Baum ; Gulf 011 Corporation. Otis Dldley, Eugene Johnson,,, CLUB NOTES ,
APARTMENTS, MOTELSOver Trailer. Not In trailer park. publication on Deo. 10. 11(4.NOTICR Standard Oil CompanyDeo. Glbbs Jr. College, St. Petersburg .
1,000 vacant lots to select Call YU 3-2403. tic FACTORY FRESH: WALTHAM CN-IaO N-aU AU..ntlo Oil Company Fla., Roosevelt Williams, The Friendly Christmas Saw '

torn (for all purpose Various or Gruen, 17 Jewel watches beer 10. n, 14. 51. U" II 1114 Jan 7, 1161 Larry Cromes, Azora Williams,, lug Club had a very successful
pricei Terms.HfiSrMENT. FOR RENT Modern one bedroom $20 to $30 below list. See Ai Betty Dixon Florida A. and M., year hi 1964. This club shared q'

AND INCOME apartment Nice neigh Fuller's ad page 8. DecSle Glades Roofing Co.All OK FICTITIOUS" INTFNTIOff' NAMH TeaRRulaTEII !. TII7I' COURT OF Trill! COITN. Lester J. Tate, Fla. Normal In making four famllles ,happy '
borhood. 130 W. Crescent Drive. TIT junnu, IIKMIRYOIINTV! '
PROPERTY. this
Christmas.
The undersigned does hereby FLORIDA. Alvold Thomas, Bethune Cook- The first meetIng -
FOR
Hotels Phone YU 27521. Jan7p SALE 2-year-old male Types of Reef aid certify that we are conducting a In ret, E.tnte of M PHOBATU. man College Daytona, Fla., of the new year will be held ,

1360 MONTHLY RENTAL Recent German shepherd AKC reg Sheet Metal Week mobile horn rental. business at R. LINCOLN MURfHT, Lincoln Jr. Small, Fla. A. and Saturday night Jan. 2, 1965: at : a'
TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or istered. Can be seen at 341 Central .New Construction: er Clewlston Florida, under the fictitious alan known .. '
CBS construction, I2J.OOO. nam of Fair Grounds HOBERT M. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton -
trailer space for rent. FairGrounds after 4:30 p.m. Jan7e Repair Jeba Trailer Park end that sold firm L. MURPHY
Blackman
LONG TERM, low Interest Deceaned. ,friends are invited : -
Trailer Park: Phone Is composed of the following perona T. *" {'rNllfe.. ... .....
(arm, cane, grove and ranch 3-3044. tic WALTER WYSE, JR. Phone 2.7111 whoa name. end places of llalaa f'1.'... ., newaAaBlMt P.,.-, BASKETBALL to meet with us. We hopeto
residence are a* follows IClyd. TOURNAMENT do bigger things in 1965.
I
mortgages, minimum $50,000. Day or Evenings Hatfleld weld" Cut.e.tbr
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR SALE 12 ft. Crestllner P. O. Box K4JCLEWQTON Elisabeth "...Ut.14OWII.rohlp noun!.*..and!! 0( rou .'. *.'* The Tournament will be held Mrs. Susla Beckton
Trader Aluminum Boat, new condition of Fair Uround Trailer rent required to pra.. at Harlem Academy, JanuaryS presidentMrs.
Please talk over your Real HA. .. any claims and demand
and trailer with 10 HP. Park I I. follows. which you or either of you, may thru 9, 1965. On behalf of the Annie Jones
Estate problems with us, we Park.: Phone,YU 22603. tic Clyd. Ilaltleldbuaebeth hare '
against
Johnson, new condition. Also 3 Hatfleld' the estate of It. faculty and student body of reporter
any be able to help we Lincoln Murphy, lien. ..
you known
nice platform rockers. Call YU It Is our Intention to apnly to Robert t, Harlem Academy, are extended
have! helped hundreds. FOR RENT -3 and 3 room Furnished the Clerk of the Circuit Court : Murphy, decoaaen. late you
apartment Phone 2- 22891. LaByers MoteL tic HENDRY COUNTY In and for H.ndry County. Flor.tda Judge of old County, to the County a most sincere welcome CHURCH NEWS *
J. M. LANKFOKD 1271. tic to register the, said name of d... at of hie Hendry County, Mori- to. attend the games. We are Friendship Baptist Rev. L.
office
leg Real Estate Broker REGISTEKED CITRUS TREES MOBILE HOME SALES hair provlNlons Oround. Trailer of Pork underthe rM.0t"ill..County In"the LaD.court".. very happy to be your host on H. King pastor
Chapter i095I
530 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT One bedroom FOR SALE-Ready to '0. J. laws of Florida; Arts of 141 M six, calendar this occasion and will endeavor Sunday School._ 9:30: Deacon
M. Tomlliuon. flog, Fla. Phone Large selection of quality Clyde Hatf.ldEllaebslh I month from the time, of the A. A.
Fire Auto and General Trailer. $17 per week.: Lights first publication of this notice to give you a good time and Beckton, supt
Insurance and water furnished. Phone YU RE 5-2786 tic trailers. Over 50 avail ('N-61 HatfleldDeo. Two ooplai of each claim' or d.. show you every courtesy feasi Morning Worship .... 11:00: a.m.

OewUton, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 2-1064. tIc able. 10 12, 20 ft wide, II 14, II, 1164, Jan. T, W hall mend stars.hall the b.place In writing, and ble. We hope the tournament BT.U. .....__..................... 5:45: '
FOR SALE-55 Plymouth Savoy 40 50, 60 ft. Ion?. From and post ofrici' addr." of..residence of the will be a lively one. Evening Worship ...._. 7:00: p.m.
New tires Call George Jepson $3,795 up. Payments as NOTICE' OP ANNUAL MEKTINOUP claimant, and shall be sworn to A. A. Thomas, There will be' Watch Meeting
at YU 2-6231. Berlin I.ANIIOWNBH1 OP" PLAOIIOLK by the claimant event. attorney Services
night beginning
Thursday
low $65. Principal
as and
UHAIAUH UI1THICTNOTICB accompanied by a filing fee
I ALL MAKES 21" USED TV I I. hereby riven that of one dollar and such claim or at 10:00: p.m. Weekly meetIngs -
Business.Directory SETS. Guaranteed. $1995 On Ventura across: from Hupervlenrs pursuant to call of the Board of "old.demand! not filed shall b* PERSONAL MENTION schedule, remains the same
of Flea-hole Drainage -
down. $14.V4 per month. LAKE Clewlaton Poet Office District and In accordance H. P. Johnson Miss Louis Jones accompanied as mentioned previously
APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tip with Section Hl.ll. Floridastatutes A* Administrator' Cum by 'two of her nephews is
1841, the annual meet.Inc Teetamento. Annoxo of spending the Christmas with her CARD OF THANKS
of the Landowner of Flee- the Estate of R Lincoln
J&NSON CARS SEPTIC TANK: FOR SALE Parakeets 2.00 hot Drainage Dletrlct for the Murphy. ..I.. known a. mother, Mrs. Laura Washingtonand The family of the late James

SALES AND SERVICE up Mynah birds, African lovebirds Ji..dr ..to- be held at the d.c..d.Robert L. Murphy, family. McBride wish to express their

State load 122, Booth PLUMBING monkeys, cages, supplies.Pet Sewing Machine at the Fair' Hub-Offloe Ground Clews located CN-6lt Sidney McCray Is the houseguest thanks and appreciation to the
boarding Thompson Wild laton Florida on Friday, Janu-. Deer s1. list. Jan. 7, 111, lm of his parents. Mr. and Kelley family, for their kindness -
Most transportation for..your Mack Curry OR 5-2039 Animal Farm Phone YUkon a- Repairs Mrs., Earnest McCray and extended at the time of

money LaBell. Florida lEg tie brother Rogers. Young McCray his death. W* are grateful In-
this aid of Miami SINGERSales is attending college in Hartford, deed to Mr. and Mrs E. E.

Conn. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert \

Service ,The demand for fat From Philadelphia Pa. to enjoy Kelley and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd

Tour Phllce DealerCARITHERS GOULD BROS. Parts RentalsBrand j the holidays with relatives Kelley '

and stocker and friends are Miss Angelyn May God bless each and all
PAINT STORE new touch and sew Johnson, Miss Vernell Johnson, of you.
WANTED IRISH SETTERPUPS machine en display at r
Edell Johnson and Matlyn John Respectfully
RADIO and TV Licensed Contractors Insured National champion CARITHERS RADIO & TV. v cattle i i. heavy Mrs. Lonnie McBrideand

Cool Caress O'Luckalone. Cu- Glade Merchantll! Co. Authorized son.On leave from the armed family
BALES WITH SEkVICB FREE ESTIMATES Machree Tim Tbenderln Brian Singer agent la store Buy only the forces Is John Carl Brumfield. .
Saturday Please call
All SllH E. Sogarland Hwy. Tristan End O'Malne Luckaloneand every Miss Mable Roberson Is the CARD OF THANKS
approved credit cards Rosecroft Premier beedlng.Dr. YU :- 44I or come In IN cattle want pleasant house guest of her parents W* wish>> to express our deep
you
welcome her. Phone TV S-"H Jack Rash, Jupiter 7484048.Dec31e. Bond Street. tic Mr. and Mrs. Collin Grls- appreciation and sincere thanksto

ftttU Bldg. 108 Bond St. well, and family, She 1 1. a for our many friends In Harlemfor

SEE: US FORBOTTLED anytime. Call mer student of Harlem Academy their kindness, at the time
Phone YU 2-6441 GAS BABY SITTINO Dec31p She Is attending school in of the passing of our loved one ,
33491. SOUTH SIDE
YU New York at present and will James (Georgia Boy) McBride. .

Bob Orwholft. AppliancesSaIesService 1. N. WISEMAN NEW FRAME HOME -Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. return to resume her studies In You brought us sunshine, when
e 3 bedroom a few days. the clouds were dark and J

TRAILER SALESNEW HELP WANTEDDo \y baths Fred Dula; New York: Is the dreary. Every act of klndaess

and USED you need an extra $25.00to e fireplacecarport guest of his parents, Mr. and brought Joy In knowing that
$40.00 per week: to .upple- Mrs. Roosevelt Davis and fame somebody cared. May God bless
GASCORPORATION
?
515 Central Avenue POWER ment your present Income II,. each and all of you.
Fuller Brush Company haa large front porch Mrs. Mildred (Day) Williams RespectfullyMrs. i

Phone YU 31831WALDRON'S part time work for High utility building and daughter, Fanlc are visitIng Lonnl McBrIde

School boys with car or work: (06'x 32T) GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET relatives and Mends. and family ;

lag men or women that have flood lightsshrubbery r ,1 IPIt.
YU 3-4101 week to donate
10 to 20 to houri part time per work. Can ... 1fT1021 HeC G"". n. The Businesses Advertised Below Wish
fruit trees 1
CATS AND GROCERIESOpen Belle Glade 996-5917. .
COUNTTTitle collect
HENDKT Jan7a e good construction their Customers a Haonv New Year
7 a.m. to 1 p.m. & Abstract Co. lots HS'xlSOadditional "- .

S3to5p.m. TItle Abatraeta-TMe Insurance lots :

LaBelle, Fla. WAHTiD ,WOM N' available Julia' i
Six HELP
Days
a Week Johnson Cars
r. O. Box 14. Shown bytrppolntment 1 Beauty NookFOR
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'OOSED EVERY TUESDAY) ORange S42U only. THAT NEW: LOOK

For Your Spur of Moment HELP Spare WANTED time earning FEMALE aewlng- J. M. LANZrORD e I give every State Road 832. South Tinting Styling Cutting. No

Tar 1411. Picnics or typing. Write Box 1941 Winston !! Most transportation for your Appointment, Friday andSaturday
East
of CUwistoo
N.C. Please enclose
EVINRUDESale Salem. 2nd
Bare Beach lumped self addressed< envelopeor gallon FREE money this tide of.Miamil rr' In/ormatUo. Call M.1SMr

We coin for reply. Dec" *. Jalla Sale*. rreprMor '

and ServiceNew ACCEPTING APPLICATIONSat FOR SALE when you buy ;


THIS SPACE Matin aid Used fargwareTarts Haters t colored Hendry cook General: with Hospitalfor expert- NEARLY NEW2BEDROOM Harlem a1 Hilton's Grocery ..; :

colored kitchen helper MARY CARTER Favorite Mixed Drink, Fried .
aid Accessaries ence, GroceriM. m e I k Meets. H I
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OF THB: MIAMI HE3ALD PIANO LESSONS-Mr.. Victor EXCELLENT FINANCING Elite Cafe and :
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Williama Electric Call Bobby Gi B/ OWNER Complete line of paints and supplies. NEW LOCATION ".".4


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Pap Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Ckwlston Florida. Corporation maintained a hospi- running lag success Uncle bZ .Toe'l fishermen patronlz,

Thursday December 31, 19M tal stands.where For the a Elks time Club after now this -7-z-: : : Bass are e several>t bass brought a Couple 111 Clomp lOad catches Wbere:

was closed there was no hospital nine pounds WeIghing up0
In the area but in July of
1947 the Hendry County Hospital larae in the Lake
to
organized
,1' r Authority was
.., --
work toward building a hospital
here Kelly was one of the The fishing has been fine on The Johnson Fish Camp reported Casting championwill
original five members of this Lake Okeechobee during the good luck also and one
board, becoming chairman, and past week according most fisherman Bud Fichtner of show form
it was under his leadership that fish camp operators. Battiville, Indo caught a nine
the present Hendry General The bass fishing has been pound bass on a shiner. Ficht Women'Joan Salvsto InternatioDal;
Hospital was constructed in especially good with some specimens ner said this was the second Casting Champion
1954. weighing as much as nine time he had caught a nine- will give a casting demonshy
A member of the First Bap pounds The specks alao have pound bass in the lake the tion .t the Moore Haven IYrn.
tint Church In Clewiston. Kelly been running good In some first time being In 1962. He also nasium on Jan 9 at 8 nm The
has been generous in his support areas and there have been t caught one 7tt pounds, and one exhibition will be free
.a of all churches In the city. number of trips reported In two pounds lighter, during the Daughter of an outdoor, writer
In 1958 he was a founder andorlRnlze'r which the limit of 35 per day week Shiners seemed to be the Joan, was amateur women'
of the Kelly Foundation was recorded. most popular bait with fisher- champion from 1943 to t951

Inc. which is devoted primarily One party going out of the men at this camp .holding from on. to six tiles
to aiding young people Jolly Roger boated 27 bass and The Clewiston Marina reported She In fly and bait cast.
seeking a higher education. kept the legal limit of 20, for that a number of its 'custo lag became Internationa
Pop Is an Odd Fellow and a Another party, mers bought In good catches of champion In England In I94g.
He RUNNERS-UP These boys, aged 7 to 9, wound up second two fishermen
Past Master of the Masons. 17, the fish In both bass and specks, a couple
of two caught
is a Past President of the Kiwanis In the District 5 Florida Recreational Ascolaton Midget each case running up to :3V4 of the bass running up to eight When men go to the
Club and a member! of Flag Football Tournament on December 5. being defeated pounds, It was noticed that as pounds. they will find that earthshta moon

the Elks. by Tltusvill by a score of 21-0 at the Clewiston many fish were being caught Shiners, Johnson spoons rebel there Is far greater than the
The retired executive loves to Elementary School Field The boys are: front row Mitch
with lures and plastic worms glow of
with top water plugs as moonlight on their
and it this sport home
play golf was
L- Murphy. Malcolm Wilson Russell Stevens, Lamar Chris
that attracted him to Waynes- shiners were used with considerable planet
tie Robin Roberts} second row. Glen Langston. Ste Galasslni.
vile, NC. where several
years Henry Drake. Carl Berner. Jerry Worth.
THIS PHOTOGRAPH OF E. E. TOP" KELLY, honoredby ago he built a home on a hill -STAFF PHOTO '. lh
employees of Kelly Tractor Co. was mad at the openIng overlooking the Waynesvllle
Clewiston Motor Com Country Club With a view of the
of the West Palm Branch of
Mountains With Mrs. Blmbe Alverez, no valid driv
pany. The office wall bear a portrait of the head of the Kelly Smokey has spends each summerin er's license court cost, $900;: Trailer home is
firm. The bunder passed the rein over to his nephew. North Carolina, returning to Allen Willis reckless driving 1R
Loyd Kelly some years ago but utill maintains an active Clewiston when the cold winds suspended! sentence; Willie Mack
Interest in the business.Article. blow in the mountains. Davis, DWI $150 or 30 days gutted by fireThe

He continues to occupy his of- three months suspended driver's
fice In Clewiston during the win- license; Millie Mack Davis, no trailer home of John Singleton
tracesKelly's ter months, visiting with acquaintances :- valid driver's license, sentence and family on the
withheld Robert D. Lawrenson.
and friends who ; Beardsley Farms was gutted by ,
stop in to see him when not running red light, $10; Ferrell fire on Christmas Eve. The fire
Spurting, DWI, $150 or SO days,
concerned with company mat-
is believed to have started In a
ters.. three months suspended license;
fuse box.
careerThe dryer's Mrs. Singleton and her five

tence; Ferrell Spurting, improper children were uninjured as rk \
flames broke out in one end of
varied and Interesting career and at the end of every year DocketCourt tag, suspended sentence; the trailer which was /attached w.
of E E. "Pop" Kelly, retired Pop would say: "Yes, we had a City Ferrell Spurting, public profanity to another structure to make a
head of the Kelly TractorCo. good year but I don't know suspended sentence; Ferrell permanent home. Singleton Is { fns""'
.. has been explored in detail what next year will be." cases disposed of during Spurting, disorderly conduct, shop foreman for Beardsley
In the December Issue of the The company publication relates the last couple of weeks by sentence suspended. Farms
company's publication "The In- that two decades later, in City Judge Charles E. Miner Jim Beardsley organized a AJ
side Track." 1953, Pop retired as presidentof Jr. Include. Eddie Gore, disorderly bucket brigade which not only n

Complete with pictures, the the company and the man- conduct, $25 or 5 days; Tax intake fought the flames In the Singleton ( *-
article traces the life of the agement was taken over by his Eddie Gore, resisting arrest by up quarters but also watered
man who seemed to live with nephew, Loyd Kelly. running sentence withheld; Robert down other trailers nearby
success The December issue Kelly entered politics in 193'% George failure to yield which were jeopardized by the
was dedicated to Kelly in the when he was elected to the City right-of-way, $15; Fred e r 1 c k in NovemberThe blaze The belongings of the
name of the company's 155 em- Commission and he was the Adams, failure to yield right- Singleton family were almost a
ployees and he was named city's second mayor, succeeding of-way, $45 or 5 days; Henry O State Beverage Depart- total loss ,
"Employee of the Month." F. Deane Duff in 1943. He Lewis, public profanity, $35, beverage and cigarette taxes lament The Clewis ton Volunteer Fire
Ezra Emil Kelly was born in remained a city commissioneruntil Henry O Lewis, disorderly conduct reported that alcoholic Department extinguished the
1888 in Kearney Missouri, the 1947 During World War II $50, Henry O. Lewis, public creased 7.18 per cent for the blaze before It could spread.
oldest of four children. He at- he was chairman of the nation drunk, $25, Henry O. Lewis, month of November, 1964, over The damage. was estimated at
tended schools in Kearney and Board and also chairman of the illegal consumption of alcoholic the same period one year ago. 7500.
was valedictorian of his high Draft Daard, the latter a position beverage, $50, Charley Mobley This figure represents more Members of a number of fam-
school graduating class in 1904. be still holds. failure to stop at railroad crossIng than $10 million collected In ilies for whom Mrs. Singletonhas
: $25, Ed A Chester, failureto
After sojourns In his father's In the old days, U.S. Sugars taxes. worked made donations of
at railroad $25
department store and the insurance James stop Sirmans, no crossing valid ,driver's ; State Beverage Director Rich clothing: and other articles on .,
business Kelly passed a s ard B. Keating also Indicated learning of the fire ,
license, $50; Luis Paez t Sri ,
Civil his agents had been active
Service examination and very
failure to yield right-of-way and
went to work for the government destroying! 34 moonshine stills
causing an accident, $75 or 15
around the state and arrestingsome
days, re-examine by Department Night: drowningat
200 for
persons beveragelaw
Through a series of forward Public Safety; A. B.Var-,
violations. No stills or arrests -
steps. Kelly finally wound up in rv'jre.. reckless driving, "$75,
Clewiston in the spring of 1929 Edward Lewis Guthrle, speedIng were reported in eitherHendry
as Director of the Clewiston or Glades counties.A Bare BeachThe
Motor $15: James W Carter no
Company later to become valid driver's license $25 or 5 report of taxes collecteu
Kelly Tractor Co. days; James Willie Carter, allowing shows a total of 10227415.95 body of Simon Parrott
At that time the sugar Industry unauthorized persqn to was received during November S2, of'M.aml was found floatingin
was gaining momentum here drive, $50 or 10 days; Frederick Cigarette taxes contributed $4,- the Rim Canal north of Bare c
and there was a growing need Adams improper tag, $15 or 3 388,927.94 of this amount, liquor Beach last Friday morning after
for tractors and other equip days; Frederick Adams, allow 2747511.34; beer. 2290655.09, Jack Smith, his nephew
ment for handling sugar cane. ing unauthorized person to drive, and wine, 63857848. Miscellaneous walked into the Johnson Fish
Farmers needed tractors, too, $25 or 10 days, suspended; Frederick collections: make up the Camp In Clewiston and reported For
for growing winter vegetablesand Adams, unlawful display balance of the $10.2 million his drowning in a boat accident. all of us the New Year
contractors needed them on of another driver's license $35 Director Keating also noted Smith said that the boat in
canals and dikes that were part ATE TONY'S hoq or 7 days: Frederick Adams no that 25,535 gallons of fermenting which he and Parrott were fishing is a time for renewing hopes and plans.
Of a program of hurricane protection )locale and driver's license, $25 or 5 dsys. mash and 1,1** gallons of moon- overturned and he was unable -
: and water .control. In last New blackeyedpeas Year's, Howard Hayes, carrying con- shine was destroy and 31 vehicles to find his uncle in the May yours come true beyond all dreams.
1933 Pop secured the Caterpillar cealed : were seized darkness. Smith swam to shore
weapon suspended sentence
contract for the Southern part and rYe had good luck ; Hazel Deltle, no valid Keating credited various sheriffs and walked to the fish camp, a
of Florida **T4r since and I keep my driver's license, $35, Edward police departments and fed- distance of more than eight
Even in the days of the depression Cgur by eating with the Yates, driving while Intoxicated, eral agents In participating in miles. The drowning was believed -
there was rarely a Greek throughout the $150 or 30 days: Edward Yates, the statt's law enforcement activity. : to have occurred after The Clew ton NewsSONNY
time when things didn't go well year" -adT no valid driver's license, :5 days; midnight. The body was recovered -
about 8 a.m. It was removed -
I to the Pattison Funeral STALLS BERYL BOWDEN ANDY CLARK

Home and later t>>>> Bess Memo-
BONNIE ADAMS BERNICE CHRISTIANSEN DAVID ALFORD
rial Chapel In Dade County.

The accident was reported to MARGUERITE and BILL SAGE
I Wasn't ChristmasWonderful both Hendry and Palm Beach RALPH DAMON ROY WILCOX

county officials but Hendry BILLY WFORDNotice
County Sherift Earl S. Dyess
handled the investigation when
. ? the body was found inside the

I Hendry County line. ,.


I j all those warm, sunny, South,Florida Days. Local boyCenUnued

( teem Page 1)

\ But Thompson quoted them as having It has been brought to the attention of the City Commission

said they would be having of the
dinner .on Christmas with the City of Clewiston that various forms of refuse

I 1 when our weather luck runs out and the cold Americans. have been deposited in waters within the City limits;
"But they don't keep their
attention is called
promises too well" he laid. your to the'following excerpts from the
winds blow look to Dearborn for comfort. They didn't eat dinner with \u Code of Ordinances of The City of Clewiston:
.
and they won't be eating dinner
with us now or ever." Sec. 5.3 WATERS WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO
.F The soldier said there were
pleasant factors Involved In living -
CITY .
We have' plenty of HEATERS'in stock '. In Vietnam, even though the DUMPING REFUSE PROHIBITEDThe
natives did look upon the troopsas
"foreigners" } Dumping or otherwise depositing or placing oftilth

i but it takes time to install them . Girls are emplcjed to keep ? dirt, garbage, shell trash human animal
ex
r tr ) ,1 4. their quarters in shaje. and they or

J" '/" '"" JYat .ri.DON'T i furnish the men wit fresh bani crement refuse or other thing from any boat vessel, or
PREPARE NOW
a4a1J1"I anas watermelons papayas,
,
otherwise
into
I .. }J sugar can and other tropical or upon the waters of Lake Okeechobee
I delicacies. They have a variety; within the City limits or into the of
: WAIT .. of animals for pet,, Including or upon waters any
of
'! ''p ; dogs, monkeys, mongooses body water within the City limits is hereby prohibited.
/ and other of
till the rush comes with cold weather noI pythons snakes."I type; Sec. 10-2 NUISANCE. DEFINED MAINTENANCE
.
;
I 1 guess If there wasn't a war
i' on a person could get to like PROHIBITED SANITARY REGULATONSB
this place" be said "On the ;

I : I I whole I think It Is both inter- ( ) No shall
.1 ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR I eating and beautiful. I feel sori person throw, place or deposit, or causeto
i ry for the people here. I doa't be thrown, placed or deposited
I I believe they have been really any offal trash gar-
I able to enjoy the beauties of bage or filth of any kind into any of the public streets,
their surroundings, what with roads
alleys lanes
I an the poverty war and disease, or thoroughfares or vacant lot, or
;'I they have been forced to live i into or upon the premises of any other Person within the
"
with
for so long. city lImits
ORIDA.ENJOYS I Thompson, who Joined the
.
i : Army last May was sent to :
/
I'sf'! (Glades Gas Co. f'! Vietnam en early November.

: City of

1. I DAN MCCARTHY (, 'TRENCH POWER DOUBLES: ew''stogy

1 \French electricity ,production
2'' !to 1963 time to $3-bOllon kwh

"Tlfiadbi Sugarland ,Highway Clewis ton .'. (.2 .see cent above 196] and doable C. F. BLAIR, CITY MANAGER
the.power generated a docad.

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