The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"Dedicated to the advancement of Itendry County and America'' Sweetest Town" ':y J


games by narrow margins VOLUME 37 NUMBER 50 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed, Sec. 343.S. PM. Subscription M.00 :year. vr+ ;


opened Saturday night the Tigers ex- Lanlr
to CIew jeean Tigers Friday lliihtIlUdden perlenced a "cold" first quarter huh. 0 0 0

f6I-65 which gave which saw them score only Nplea Cluwl.ton 14' 414ariaaa Commissioners contribute
spurt I U 10 U-60 :1 ;
lead over the EverGatorl three points as the Naples
p. I ,m the opening Eagle tallied 14. However the Tuesday night :
grit see It fade Tigers came charging back to The Everglades Gators over.
IIII'te' onlY td their home take a 26-23 halftime lead, on. came a nine-point halftime deficit 7J

,aT II the lost ly to see It dwindle In the wanIng and edged the Clewlston annual welfare allotmentsCity 1 :'

ise MandY MorreU was the moments of the game to a Tigers, 5250, here last night. 'i
jJI\II\ the '1'Jfcrl 55-50 lossDuring was the third win against a
man for single setback for
k I: piDt dIOPped in 21 points, edg- an exalting third pe< fog Gators The Tigers the highfly! wt ''ij

one. rind the Eagles tied the count 0-3 for the campaign. are now The board of county commissioners The board agreed with Norman lit, this Is done In an effort to t' ,',

lnrrowasrexdttngbthrough- 36-36, pushed ahead 42-36 only Clewiston held 3122 of Hendry county pro- Taylor of Felda that he have the unit available for :'
'1'1Ierl to have the Tigers rally and tie the third a entering vided funds for special welfare fill a ditch on his property In emergencies.
!lrst quarter but Ron
;1IIe regain the opening the score 42-42 early in the final Addison and baskets at Christmas to needy new of easement for ditch par-
.,pi to held I narrow period a situation which existed Dave Barton sparked families In the county. As In the alleling a county road, If needed. Tax Assessor Mrs Lucille
)It'I1Ie Gat halftime, which three more times before the a surge that evened the score : past these distributions will be Sheriff Dyess discussed use of Small and a representative from .
rad midway in the quarter. It : '
tI: ] third final buzzer the was Addressograph, Inc discussed
a 3940 During exciting administered through agenciesIn the Sheriffs emergency unit for
In p macSln usln' a pres.. final period Mandy Worrell fourth see-saw quarter until midway when in the 'i each community (150 In other-than-emergency purposes a proposal to buy an addresao- .;
again the
was ejected along with Eagle Clewlston and S150 In Clewls and it was agreed that the graph for use by assessor and J ,
Steve, Clark after the two had Gators hit a streak and pulled ; ton Harlem will be administered Health Department and other collector, and the board has taken i'
.of-d. crashed to the floor and came four points ahead. Clewlston through Clewlston Legion local agencies who might need the proposal under advisement ''
never caught but narrowedthe
() up swinging up Post, the S73 ta'Felda through the unit for these purposes ,j I,
It I limttar defense were Naples also won the preliminary gap to two points with a the Felda Baptist Church, the should make the request througha The board 'agreed to a suggestion
Tigers basket
the just before the final
however for a joint meeting with I
... ''catch-up. B game 54-34,. with Bobby 1150 in LaBelle through the Legion county commissioner who will .
m.. able to Redish leading the locals Auxiliary and the $71 la then clear the use with the sher- Representative J. R Spratt and .
game ,
1:30 preliminary State Senator Elmer Friday at .
loge : '" LaBelle Harlem will be administered -
lostgasp I Alberto and Morrell
B team with 11 points .
Bundy' later date to discuss
lee in equal portions by the a any legislative ,
o. .
: 39-31. Napre.ale were again tops for the Tigers Dance recital
Catorl needs of .
the county.
Fa 1sT TPp with 14 and 13 points, respectively Methodist and Baptist churchesin ;
t.o F'I' Tt't't': re : t 1 Big Henry Bowden added that community The board renewed for one ;
: I H ItlnlJl..r 1 0 I 10 to the cause. Road matters occupied the next TuesdayThe year the lease of South Florida l\ ,j jPar.chutt

.d 4 1 Clark I T tot Clewiston eked out 25-24 win commissioners attention and Inc. at a price of !I:
Morton I : 5 a these actions taken Crab- Dlxlelanders, selected $125 per month, the present '
were :
sana : f t: cS in a preliminary B team game Construction Le- students from the Sugarland lease being revised to Include 1.
weaker 1 1 1 tree Company,
I :u f' ,..Fleld.kt'. 1 1 1 despite a 15-point scoring spree high Acres, was awarded contract Band of Clewlston High School, a cancellation clause
a l0 TP"yH.ckner. 0 by. Wayne Collins. will play between numbers at The bonds of all Incoming t
Fla FT Tet.i. .: I: asl t ....1.... on a low bid for surfacingthe I
Loma 10 o 0 1 Clew/.t./ HI FT TP 832 extension' amount. of the dance recital of Mrs. Bar county officials wero approvedby ....
i. I 0 I'' A. Murree 1 10 ran'o A. M mill O I 54Jone bid tS 11812 bara Comrles pupils on Tuesday the board '
$' C g 1 1 Jon.. e a 13 ... a I 5 evening December 15th, at. The annual reports of ,the I
IRldrTiordnley! 1 1 I Resolutions adopted to ,
-da o 1 1 n.ldr. S e 0 were
Sugarland Auditorium (Continued 9))
on Page
a / I 11 Bowden 1 O Ie 0 1 1 authorize 48" culverts on turnout M
a al 4tl M. Morr.n 1 1 laernad Bowden 4 a 10 '
1p, ; dI fa J"-IT !Ward.I., 0 0 0 M MorrellT a T IS of SH 133 at S&M Farms The pupils in the dancing
/ ,,
oqe ((1 at 0 11-4' pa ton 0 0 0 t:...luU..1.... If .8 110 entrance, and to authorize 1965- class are selling tickets to therecital Deductions "l'l'
66 secondary funds to be designated as a method of raising spur, ,
Barton O I 15
!MR AND: MRS g L. FRISBIE of the Polk County Democrat,
"Smith 4 1 O for resurfacing 8-78 (a funds to purchase a bassinet for
I'ott'r, 1 0 IWooten Bartow, event the; weekend In ClenUton as vote of the Clew .
0 1 IOo'f portion of this coat will be borne Hendry General Hospital; and
a 0 10 laton Newt, with _the cooperation of several biwlneumen. The by Turnpike Authority In recompense if possible, a movie projectorfor early returns "j
Addison.".1. :tJ T 8 0 asClewlaion It'r. rainiflnf editor of the Democrat woo the weekend a. a door for damage! to the road the hospital The bassinet, e

aa O lo- O prize given at the recent Florid Press Association meeting at by hauling materials for Turn- which was recently ordered, has Hendry County collected 75.57 ,

Everaiadee I 14 17 u-u Silver Spring! Mr.' and 1\11'1. Friable were overnight guests of pike construction). The board already arrived and Is on display per cent of the county 1964 I j

the Cte1l'l.ton Inn. enjoyed dining at Old South Bar'B-Que and received notice from State Road in the nursery. taxes by the end of November :.J '
Department that Reynolds and The Pink Ladles of the Hospital when
a 4 per cent deduction :
visited the Clewhton Country Club,
rainfall the Cladea Reitaurantt
Heavy Smith named contractorson
tp were Auxiliary have tickets for was allowed
auger mill, Everclade Tropical Garden, and a eight seeing S-78, In a.November 17 bid sale at the desk at the hospital Of the total 1964 tax bill of .'*

Clewiston trip from tncle Joe* Flab Camp.STAFF, PHOTO .opening. and all member of the, $995.643,(8, the sum of $722.323.- '
skips dancing class also have !them 96 has been returned in funds i

They may be purchased at the that have been distributed to : '

ti'I minor Clewiston rainfall received over only the very past tells what not to door on the night of the recital. county and school funds "'*. I

weekend but other points around you Tickets for adults are $1 and A three per cent deduction '

Lake Okeechobee were hit with students and children 50 cents. will be allowed taxpayers who ''; I I

periodic deluges.The There will be no charge for children pay their bills before the end '. ,: '

meteorological station of do with old refrigeratorsIf under six years of age. of December:1.: H II

the U.S. Corps of Engineers at :JJ. I''
Clewlston which keeps a record
S of rainfall at its hurricane* you {think troubWijMl'crop? ''itbialde.tformaL request\ e!, '-olflc*.worker, who'cap also:*S-L : _.i\ '.Christmas t in.our- stores t I
gates, reported'!Thai while Clew up in your normal' everydaylife the*city that It take action to list la directing the center, 1 I. -* ".

iston had only .30 Inch of rain you should try being city'I stop the dumping of garbage, needed. The commission took The Christmas lights went up over Clevrlston's main J*

during the period from Sam. commissioner for a while trash and miscellaneous worn this under advisement, asking street this week, :and Will begin twinkling their various
Friday until Sam. Monday out appliances In the canals, that Commissioner Bembry, colors tomorrow night So it' .x .
Gate 5 at Canal Point reported For Instance, Monday night and the city certainly Intends to who supervises the recreation And Christmas In s on our streets. '.:,
a fall of 3;75 Inches for that the commission learned that stop the practice department to study the problem This our stores, too. : ,
period. Gate 4 near South Bay folks who have worn out refrigerators Next, the commission Is trying and make recommends year a personal check of the merchandise on sale :::

A recorded 3.70 and Gate 7 at and do not know to extend the proper amountof tions. locally and that on sale In the bigger stores of the bigger ..,;

Okeechobee 107 what to do with them take them sympathetic understanding to In a more happy frame of' cities willjbrincyou to a new appreciation. of.the !ewts- '
The least rain to fall on any out and shove them Into the c a.. David Hester, a vocational agriculture mind the commissioners Monday ton merchants. 'r I ,
of the gate areas was in Moore nal. This fills up the canal and student at the Clewls night received and approved We dd not"always ,have the city airs one finds !in .

rah Haven where only 08 inch was hinders the drainage for which ton High School who reported a a request of Curt Fry, metropolitan areas. The plush carpets, swift elevators and v'
recorded. However, there were the canal wss built and someone spray plane, engaged in destroying S. C. Fry, Louis Christiansen Christmas: la may not bo combined in local
ttSDI reports of very heavy Isolated has to go and fish the refrigerator mosquitoes for the city, so and J. A. Roland for paving on -though we can find our stores, I'
I everything
MORRELL STAKTS THE TIGERS off for the new canal and except the swift elevator.
of the
out damaged his of collard
.. showers in the general area on crop Atlantic Avenue. The landowners But when search the : '
.i >lth a l yup that eNd for tw. polnU. The lead wee Friday. haul It to the dump. Did you greens on the school agriculturefield are prepared to pay In full merchandise you shelves and examine; the '

a* IH towerrr, is the Erergladee paton cabs: from lieillite The engineers' station is a co. ever try to haul a refrigeratorout that he sustained a loss (If the property owner cost of the In both and read the price tags and the brand labels .,

eta 5748. Others Identifiable are Pat Baldrve 24 and operative station of the US of a ,canalT No easy task. paving and the commission places, you will find you can spend your money \ "
... The Clewiston Drainage Dis- $130The quite well at home and have the satisfaction that of
JWM.-STAFF PHOTO. Weather Bureau. commissioners realize found Itself able to squeeze the? it some
what work, money and school cltys share of moaey for the- comes back to you and to your neighbor. Some of it goes r

effort went into this vegetable project. to support our school band our youth programs, to help '

both bulk retail project of the young ag student, Looking ahead to the holiday our needy ones yes and then It pays taxes, it paves '

.des Sugar Coop.will ship and they' would like to cushion: season the commission authorized our streets and operates our other city and government ,Y 'I'

the loss, but it requires no crystal a 125 addition to the Christmas services ; 'I

ball to realize what the future week pay of each city em- Clewlston stores have prepared some fine merchan-

11 Glades County Sugar Co- and five-pound sizes, will meet would hold for a commission ployee who has been In service disc, bought for the 1964 Christmas season not shoddy '

Is wjerj. the largest of the the demand of the CO-OP'I two /O which paid for damages there for more than six months, .shelf-worn stuff left over from last year and the one before, I ; II
v Woffiei! in Florida, wM distributors who sell the refin ,. from such claims The problemis and f 10 to all with less that six that '
upping its product In .ery's output under the brand t. still under advisement months service The firemen A good way to put that good neighbor o :
policy in effect
bib and retail packages names Tlo-Cane and Sunshine The Classroom Teachers Association will get $10 also. is to spend your money with them When .

JJ January At pres-' Sweets. The two brands are made formal requestto Since the second meeting of you and Santa Claus will W glad did Christmas comes, ., j
sugar Ja being balled !identical in quality. the'city for placing a storm each month Is not required by you '" ,
4 dared 111 o-pound t. Wd culvert along the street in front the charter, the commissioners I J
th aaIr, to he paper Both the mill, which produces : of the red brick elementary decided to enjoy the week with
shipped after and the refineryare a $1,900 short of .
: I under the Co-op'l> .1965 the raw, sugar at flank speed school, stating the ditch creates their own pursuits and business, goal :
a traffic hazard as children run and to cancel the December
hs 1Itt! packages these days, and nights, as the in front of buses and cars along 21st meeting "
In two harvest season progresses this block. The commission de '1

The refinery Is a hue, cided to Investigate since last
Lions sale
year It had Improved the eastside tree
of the school block and

d made ample parking spaces starts Monday
Lions Cartoon 1
there for buses and cars to pick

up and deliver children. The Lions Club. annual Christmas ,
Woody Carruthers, city recreation tree sal* wDl get underway -

y for a secretary as well This Is the word from Santa's

Plans are progressing' for the ,Y rf'V 4]+'r w't'LONG. as an assistant recreation director Helper, Lion Boss LaByer, who jl jlI

Lions dub Christmas Cartoon stating the program need says the trees are due to arrive .
,Carnival and Santa's visit. to be expanded and a full tint over the weekend Final plans
for the sale have been com ,I
Robert Kelly 1 It serving as

chairman of the event assisted Teach your children pleted.. Any firm or Individual desiring
by Abner Vann Larry Lee Lou
very large or special trees
Tydlngs and Calvin Walters W-Babber tired wsions draw, ,bfas traffic safetyNELP should contact Ross before Saturday f I
for .*
scheduled T
The event Is SWEET
,,1 1t as from the fields to 6e '1Iq evening Layer' says that
Dec 19 More Information the sugar ease
tractors tr..port belog the usual good quality and wide
will be announced first preee see before
to place and time thrOll" Ita
a1i where Ii gee' selection of standard tree win
will be ., the TJd1ed
later. Santa along to the ref\D1n1\ atee. The be available at the Lions tree j
there to bounce the mall fry on mowed fly olltr the bolldlog l III the baekglvmd.STAFF center en the James Pastorius 3,00.I ....i''
and Ice cream and cartoons States and l10rIda PHOTO. ,
his knee lot across from Thrifty Drugson ,
will be distributed. Sugarland Highway.Chamber I .

the through a cooler and drier .to YOUR makes roc :''t' ., '
It turn jQ04
1 steamy place as it for bagging
prepare '
s shinY white crystaLs that are so Four hundred ton of refined last member call :
In the American are produced each day to r
popular sugar
t The refinery I. fed by raw the plant which sits amid the Chamber of Commerce) memberships -
Wr ) sugar that comes from fields on US Z7 have reached a record'' u
Temperature and rainfall for the boiling house In the sugar sweepingtincan( Moore Haven 188, but President Carroll Benson yi i
the past week. The reports are mill to be remelted and and Membership Chairman i

for the 24-hour periods endingon through clartflera and carbon 3 J. X Beardsley are expecting a .

dates Indicated- Christmas t holiday'I Ery PA1RD few more before final closingof GOING UP, but not toe fast for the SufarUnd Band. BMC '4

Gtgfr.skb5 High and. tow RslofanDetemperateres the list .n. .la the thermometer showing ptogrwe ef the campalca e-

c.3 77-63 0 I Clewlston schooU will close This however Is the last caH. rake' $1*,100 for the {VwbtM elms .....,...; The Special K

ware hesae 6vlleslie 0 for the Christmas holidays on said Beardsley and early action Find Ira .la a hwa ae-lag- erected .In the raeaat M nest
Dec 4 86-68 ta
Clewiston f :U needed If additional names
IS at 1:20: p.rn.to City
Jasales, .30 Friday! Dec. the theatre. It
brig ThY Dec 5 89-W toclasses ) are to be placed the membership todteaita dial many and pludna sew recorded

0 tor .hlpmeng Dec. 8 9048 0 ccntrl1lcal f brae The student at the regularreturn 011lasse. directory now In .prepara asset t* $74 0
Dec. 7 74-55 the mol- Police Department : aid niwIcUa .
0 .r.tel the .usr from Monday. Jan. 4. Happy Holiday! tion. Sotaa Butcbtrt STATF PHOTO.
avag.Y Dec. 8 71-55 0 .. The sugar tIlell goes
Dec 9 70-58

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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewltton, Florida are competitive money iou water snake which was Including camping sites; and St Margaret's
Thursday December 10 ((964IV. pent in Clewiston stays In rare In this area. This goes seeking more cooperation among Ifs history now. Jack Waters Church
Clewiston. along with George Espenlaub'i local merchant for I unified elie were and Carm
-.- theory however Jack Fry promotion. marrIed III I.rc

Coach Ernie Hill's young and and Johnny Cockrlll venture THIRTY YEARS AGO TWENTY YEARS AGO TEN ,
THE CLEWISTON NEWS inexperienced Tiger have that snake there that are have no non-poionlou fangs capable Color film will (From Clewiston New., (From Ctowteton New. (From cs."latoa TE\Rs AGO
shown a lot of physical hustle Deeeicfter: (. 144)) N
Published every Thursday 109 Central Avenue. OtwUtoo. of clashing as In Choban's December 14 1934) December t,
Florida, by The Clewiston New, Inc., I Florida OorporltloLEntered but not quite enough basket case It'* still a mystery feature meeting Temperature of 21 degrees climaxed Mrs. Thelma Twlddy was The Clewiston Set 19$4))
rustle In their first two outings. A 30-mlnute color film will be several day of near elected Worthy Matron of Moore flounced nslallatlon
a* Second das Matter February 1, 1927, at the They will be at home December the feature of a prayer meetingto freezing weather and the Lake Haven Eastern Stars, succeeding club Its members of
Post Office la Oewlston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of 15 and 18 why not planto Benson explains be held Wednesday Dec 18 section suffered a killing frost Mr*. Stella Plrkle.R. from among those bellli
March S, 1879. go. You will be surprised how at First Baptist Church and freeze. Vegetable crop J. McLeod of St Petersburg in scholarship and outs

EDITORIAL the fever set In. Chamber objectiveCarroll The film produced by the were lost and cane and shrubbery purchased Alston' Drug The high school 1IvI Ole
QRIO4 NATIONAL Store and moved
his presented
Mission Board, suffered I
Foreign contains severe damage. concert
IAS C8TI NMauewe Floyd Browning of Canal Benson, president of views of actual missionary Outdoor spigot were frozen. here. He had been associatedwith .school; Mu Fain was
A a : Point .tent word to the New the Ckwlston Chamber of Commerce service. :Missionary candidates Webb's Drug Store In St. be City approved
i: If""*"*"" that he knew of an event which gave member of- the tell how they were caned to this Some farmer pulled their Pete and l In.tanatlon( 01 6C .te p
'" Ino added strength to the "snak Clewiston Kiwanl; Club an Insight service. bean vine from the ground, Caravan Nelson and bit wife, With Mercury Vapor 1 Ii!
0) Subscription Rate ._ ".00 per year theory" in regard to Steve Cho of proposed Chamber projects } working most of the night In efforts who left Clewiston In provide light on SUlarlan
> 1961 (Return Postage Guaranteed) ban underwater attack recently.Seems for the new year, at the missionary First Baptist service Is emphasizing the to save their crop.. The 1941. returned at he January became way through the b
'l'IO BERYL BOWDEN Publisher a couple were fishing club luncheon last Wednesday.The month of December. The church beans were taken "picked" In again resident engineer In trJct 01 Clewiston
between Canal Point and Okeechobee the warehouse and vine be faet"11A
the spaced
S. H. STALLS Managing Editor membership had reached has set a goal of $890 for the charge of the* Okeechobee pro}
and the bit used cattle feed.
Business woman was 164 members at that time and Moon at ect. While he was he Party of Hendry ]
Telephone: and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 ten underwater similarly to Cho- Lottie Foreign Mission offering away was hunter,
Advertising Rate on application. The management reserve ban. She rushed to Okee because of the numerous prospect t.h1Iyear. Churches Mr. C. L. Down announced assigned to building airfield In Glenn Including Earl
was and
the right to reJect any objection advertisement! chobee for medical treatment at *, Benson said that the committee throughout the entire Southern a duplicate contract bridge tourney the Jacksonville U.S. Engineer Nesbitt and Bill DyeT,,
THD NEWS Womb. no rnpondbllltr f.r tb. return of noollelt had delayed plan for Baptist Convention will be striving similar to the one conducted districtFt Billy Davis
advanced herd
which time the of
theory was 20
** munuMrtpu NEWS: ...or....eholoarephaTHC ... no financial mpomlblllty for tjrpo- that she bad been snake printing the membership roster to reach a goal of $12- the previous year. J. K.Beardsley Peter 1. Reilly of Lake Cypress and Summerti north
...plaleal .rror. or oorarolMlon. la .dT.rtl...n.nt but If notified. bitten. Her husband and a friend for an additional two week 590000. was In charge of both. Wale took over the pastorate at In the edge <
of ouch error bofor lb. nest IMUO of lb. pape. will nprlnt coriwctl The entergetle president told of the Eve
? that part. of "'. idvortlvamont In which lb..rror occurred. returned to the site, and with I
!. tbo ...nl m tlmo oUiaont would rondo r lb. correction ..1..... drag caught several large of the organization of an Okee- l _I>fLlt..b ..... tho Now. will roduco tko prtc. of tho adTortlnmont by a. chobee Chamber President'sCouncil -- -----
mount equal to tbo poreonUco of tho total pace 00 tho errea. make The head of one was ::a- c :
oouo or omitted copy repreeented.sonny. sent away for Identification and consisting of chamber ; TTTGifts
presidents around the lake.
wa "pegged" a* a non-poison-
Several' meeting! have already e y
been held with representatives
from Moore Haven Belle Glad
and Pahokee discussing mutual
tiJ sez. EDWARDSPlumbing problem of the area and I unl-
tilled plan to encourage visitors.A .
or.--- RepairReplacements Joint project presently under

way 1* the publishing of a '"lak
With the cooperation of local glades Tropical Gardens fascinated
area" hunting! and fishing map.
merchants, the Clewiston New Mrs. Friable and she Installations, .
told of the supporting
offered a weekend In Clewistonas was most appreciative of the Trouble Shooting Benson
activities of the US 27 Association
a door prize at the Florida beautiful orchid she received
Press Association meeting held while there; Mr. Chamber of "Septic Tank ASpecialtf with other communities for the GOLFER.
route encouraln.four.lanin : .
along the ; ,
In SlIver Springs In mid-Novem Commerce Carroll Benson at
of US 27 south of!
ber. Old South feted the guests with 2PUTTNIK
Call YU 6711 tracking down rumor
specialties of the house and a South Bay;
Last weekend the winners, 325 E. Ventura of routing "around 27"; Improving
tour of the kitchen revealed! secret by Wilson Sporting Goods
Friable of facilities
Mr. and Mrs. S. 1. recreational
of how the food wa prepared
the Polk County Democrat ; golfing prlviledges at r .The electric putting unit
Bartow enjoyed the hospitality the County Club; a stroll though with automatic ball re '
of Clewiston.
the world' largest sugar house turn. Regulation size cup.
They were most Impressedwith and a late evening boat ride Into Ideal !for practice. Recommended
the freshly mowed vacant Lake Okeechobee from UncleJoe' ALLIS CHALMERSw. by golf Pros.
lots the beautiful green lawn Fish Camp, courtesty of '
a and the "entire community ap- Richard and Sammy Griffin ..- -ANDINTERNATIONAL **: $10.95 4 ;
pearance.A sent them home delighted with
stroll down the business their Clewiston visit Men's Klltie-Style
section Saturday evening was HARVESTERSALES
equally Impressive with Its wide -1_ White '
range of merchandise available The Christmas spirit has been GOLF BALL LADIES
to local residents the one slow coming to some merchantsand AND SERVICE GOLF SHOES j Sweaters ; t 1
thing that bugged them was the as pointed out by our visitors MARKER
scarcity of Christmas decorations the lack of preparation by Sweaters ", ; '
by Wilson Deslqned by Gary Player
In the store has Clewiston contributed businesses probably For Allis Chalmers and I. H. Diesel Personalize your golf ball made by Hushpuppy I Sweaters : ;tt i
to out-of-
We at the New would like to some for identification
thank those who helped make town shopping. Other cities fuel and easy $13.95 'cons .,. ,
the weekend possible we "have the spirit" with decorations Injection systems, pumps $4.95 .slipover, ?
feel that Clewiston gained two Christmas music Santa t1 SIze 34 to 44

true friends of the fourth estate visits, all of which stimulate the injectors. .... POPULAR PRICES
and that the folk !in Polk County spirit of Christmas giving and

will certainly hear of Amer Joy.Among
ica'* Sweetest Town. those who Journeyedto SHIP COLLECT BY TRA1LWAYS BUS
While here the :Frlsble enJoyed a coastal city Saturday wa
seafood dinners as only one mother who discovered that
Tony at the Glade can !serve; Identical skates were available R. P. M. DIESEL ENGINE CO.
lodgings and breakfast at the In Clewiston for a $125 less rl
finest small hotel south the, than at one store and 1100 at 2501 STATE ROAD 94 '.
Clewiston Inn; a pleasant leisurely another. i
Fort Lauderdale Flo. Phone 587-1620
morning guests of Mr. Check the ads of local merchant &
and Mr. Gonterman at Ever and you will find they 1JJr

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Just right for Florida'scool
: winters are these Checks in Black and
White Red, Green, Blue,
MEN'S JACKETS blue HOODED OR PLAIN Taupe, Blege -6 to 18
E MEN'S LONCr-SLEEVE red blege, plaid
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to assembly scheduled to begin "PlOclalmin 'Everlasting Good Woman's Mrs. W P. Jernlgan, Mrs. Walter God Church at Hooker's Point Ctewiston Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS''' Page Three
night. tomorrow News' Around the World." society Slewert and Mrs Walter for John W. Fletcher, 79, who 'Thursday December 10, 1964
The assembly Wyse, assisted by the Junior died Saturday Burial was In
Regular meetings .. also will f ar -
at Clew! tare a model choir. Rldgelawn Cemetery in Clewiston. -
/ ton Kingdom Hall will be can- ministry school gives .
demonstration on Friday programThe Forty members and visitors
30 members of celled. and a baptism of evening were present during the business A native of Georgia, Mr. Mrs. Anna Fletcher; two sons, EXPRESSION'S ORIGIN
.-- "W scout troop. An attendance of 1,000 li ex- for new candidates Christmas Fletcher had been a resident of John H. and Harvey W. Fletcher -
program of at
JW"iston BoY pected for the ministry on Saturday meeting the evening both of Clewis ton two Origin J of the expression ,
assembly ; ,I''
putid.Ib which "Birthday f Clewlston for 20 He was
to () a King" was presented years.
e tomorrow afternoon. which Mrs. H. C. Thompsonpresided. "that's thefcket" to denote that
Is sponsored by the daughters, Mrs. Cortex Strick
Cam Watchtow. in scripture and ata a retired employee of the U.S.
"Skll..R.ma! Highlight for song land of Clewlston and toes something Is correct started ';
.11 a held on the Ar er Bible and Tract Society and Sunday will be general of Sugar Corp.Pallbearers. Mrs. J
ale meeting the Woman'
be a talk at :J I Fullwood of Hialeah brother, '
a with old
Port May' p.m. by Witness ; the custom of placing
1ft"h north of the Klf dmmee Congregation of Su- Society of Christian ServIce were: HenryWhitney : i
11:: lb' weekend Jehovah's Witnesses The pervisor Joseph Sala entitled of the First John W. Fletcher Edward Holley, Robert Hershell Fletcher of Clewlston; cards at dinner tables printed I
d will represent will feature assembly "Our Divided World, Is it here Church Sherrell, Doc Howard Jeff a sister, Mrs. Carrie Wade, with the correct table etiquette. :i
$! JIlt tubers and 691 and will be a free show to Stay?" on Monday evening. Funeral services were held Jenkins and Dan Beard.le7.Survlvora Clewlston; 13 grandchildren and Anyone In doubt bad to find the \ I
:ti'N scoutmasters LoriiYdad The program was given by Tuesday at the Old Assembly of Include the widow, 12 great grandchildren. right ticket y.i

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cussed plans in Tampa yesterday son, H.rn.rlck.
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Florida fce was supervising principal of for a traveling Inaugural ceed. laid wIth

Thursday, December 10, 1964 the dewliton School. ball that will begin In Tallahassee Burns going to 'y
The bride elect graduatedfrom Jan. S and then hit the He laid the foundabo"' a
Belle Glade High School
road. Replicas of the big Tallahassee antzed to
Announces and attended the Unlvertlty of party will be held in for provide rnancla!
Engagement South Carolina. She U a graduate outstanding ttUdenLt '
6 Tampa Jan. 6, Orlando Jan. 7, stets who
of the Nancy Taylor finish! Ar y Wyy Jacksonville Jan. I, Miami Jan. leg. wish to attend
.e log and modeling ichool and 1 11 9 and Ponsacola Jan. U. University 111 FWr
.. now attending the University of
Hamrlck was in Tampa to
J" Palm Beach where the It president Cranberry
of Lambda Eta chapter of I help a committee of 40 Burn shut
supporters plan the Tampa ball.
e Alpha Iota International Honorary
"For the Grit time In history, Cranberry chutney can
Business Sorority.
inaugural activities for the governor color and flavor to pOultr
Mr. Brandon graduated from {! and State Cabinet mem meat entree during

A.. r Clewiston High School and U at. z4 t hers are going to be brought to days, lay borne economists the
tending Univertlty of South J the Florida
r. _ the people" said a new release Agriculture
"I Carolina where he li a pre-law Ion Service n
passed out by Hamrick.
student He U a member of Kappa !'
AT Alpha social fraternity. "Th'i was a campaign: promise The recipe for lli i J
made by Gov.-elect
W Plans for the wedding at the h Burns throughout.Florida." cranberry chutney calls 1
Community Methodist Church la cup fresh or frozen
The release said more than ch
Belle Glade will be announced 'iAMONG cranberries, !
100 official and their wives win cup brown ,
later. take part In each of the ball*. % cup white grape or ,J

Governor and Mrs. Burns will raisin, I tab'espoon.! ]

Altar lead the grand march at each chopped onion 2 tables]
Society one, and Guy Lombardo and his lemon
Juice, and t teai
Royal Canadians will providethe
music. Singer Anita Bryantwill
plans for XmasThe do the vocalizing. Combine all ingredients! ,

Ticket will be f 10 per per- thoroughly, chill snd Ie
St. Margaret'i Altar Society
W it completing arrangements : -

r for its Christmas party THOSE ATTENDING A MIAMI DIOCESE Gertrude Shaw, Port Charlotte; and Mrs. Ger- GUITARS

for the children of migrant meeting at the Glades Restaurant reeeD&I'1tae... Clewtaton. Father John J. Kevine
workers which it to be held Sat.
ly were standing I left to Hint, Mrs. Torn Unto, .f Miami was the moderator and Mra. Thorn- ACCORDIONS
urday. Dee. 19 at 2 p.m.
ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. Wendell Gordon. Miami; as Palmer W Miami, Is the OMmell President PIANOS
The plans were discussed at
a meeting of the society held Mrs. I. E. Deml.... West Palm Beach; Mr*. STAFF PHOTO. ORGANS

Wednesday night Dec. 2 at the Harry Mitchell, North West Palm Beach; Mrs.
home of Mrs. C. A. Martinez In PHONOGRAP

Sugarland Park. Miss Mueller tells No Money Down
German Christmas is
Mrs. Luis deArmu presided customs topic

.t the meeting where Mrs.Richard plans for weddingof Up to Two Years to pay
Degler, youth, chairman
asked that all Join hands interesting talk at BPW club Mr. and hire Frank W. Muel- HOLDRIDGE MUSIC

Is making the Christmas party tee nf PahnkA* hove announced 'Clewiston YU 2-4781
-- Sugarland Hwy.
MISS LOIS VICKIE SUE HOLLINGSWORTH a success. The party will be Mill Hildegard Knof contrib a small supply of cakes remain, plans io-the wedding of their. -
held In Devil's Garden.
uted a delightful story of ChrIst. and that $158 was realized from daughter Ayllff France* Mueller
Brandon Mrs. Jack Scott Mrs. C. D. mas customs In her native Germany the recent rummage sales. to John Wayne Reynolds,
Hollingsworth HiDe, Mrs. Regina Zsser and at the Business and Professional Mrs. Brown and Miss Mar-" son of Mr. and Mr. Edward T. '

Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Eugene Brandon, 1273 Lastrada Lane, Miss Tina Morrell volunteeredto Club's meeting Tuesday Jorle\ Daughtrey were hostessesand Reynolds of Wetumpks, Ala. at '
go to the camp and help with evening at the home of St Mary's Church, Pahokee,
Hollingsworth. Jr., of 223 SW. Naples. served frozen egg nogg, V
the party and many others volunteered Catherine Brown. Monday, Dee 28 at 10 a.m.
fruit cake, tea and coffee to "
Avenue B, Belle Glade, announce Both families are well-known to provide refresh
The entire a members The Mueller are former residents -
was on attendingChristmas
I the engagement of their In Clewiston. Mr. Hollingsworth menu. Christmas theme program, and other of Clewiston. F W

daughter, LoU Vicki Sue, to as owner of the shoe store which Mrs. Degler announced that members contributed appropriate Rev. Francis X. Senech will

Jack Putnam Brandon, son of bears his name, and the Bran the annual Christmas skating readings. Miss Knof"description officiate at the ceremony and

Mr. and Mrs James Edgar dons as former residents, when party for young people would of the three day events party the bride's father will give his CHRISTMAStrees
be held Tuesday, Dec. 22 at the of the holiday season which are daughter in marriage. There
local skating rink from T:30 to tradtlonal Germany was very will be a reception following the
for Esther Circle
8:30: p.m. Interesting. ceremony at the Mueller home, will be here
I Charities chairman Mrs. Jack 123 South Flame avenue, Paho soon:
Mrs. Harriet Zauel presided
Scott, reported that three large Members and guests of Esther kee. Friends of the families are
at the business session when it
boxes of clothing bad been collected Circle of the Woman's Society invited to attend both the wedding -
VICHECKliACCUUNT in the Bishop's clothing was ales reported are going that very fruit well cake and of Christian Service of and the reception. will be sold same place as last

drive. First Methodist Church were entertained The matron of honor will be ,
Mrs. Dan McCarthy, finance at the annual Christ' the bride's sister, Mrs. Matthew
SERVICE chairman, reported that the mil party by Mrs. Elizabeth Frewltt of Gainesville The year.
card parties, Sunshine Basket Candlelight tea Stitt and Mrs Wm. T. SUtt at bride's niece, Miss Kathryn Miller

and Christmas card sales were the Stitt Ranch Tuesday mornIng of West Palm Beach will < .

all doing well. also be an attend.nt.Edw.rd .
Mrs. C. D. HIDe laid she has big turnoutThe Organ music by Mrs. Dave R. Reynolds of Paho VFW
would deliver the Christmas remembrances Pattlson, featuring Christmas '
kee, brother of the groom will
to the hospital and numbers, added to the \
Woman' Association of
SHOPPING'S A be best man and ushers will be POST
Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Sr., volunteered the Community Presbyterian the guests, as did the program Frank Joseph Mueller, brotherof ,
to help her the arranged by Mrs. Will
wrap Church held its annual Candle the bride, and Thomas A. ''
baskets. light Tea at the new recreationhall Jernlgan. Reynolds, brother of the groom. 418'5
Following the business meetlog Friday night with the largest Holiday decorations were usedin
SNAP WHEN Mrs. Charles Butchart. program attendance In Its history. the home and on the tea table
chairman, gave a talk on was necessary to set up tables where Mrs. J. C. Drake and HAPPY BIRTHDAYS!

the Advent season and explain In the kitchen and use Sunday Mrs. Frank Zemonek presidedat Dec. Clarence O. Benbow,
ed how other,religions and peoples school chairs in order to' ac the tea and coffee urns. A. J. Rlchaud, Joyce Hancock
YOU are tied in historically with comodate the gathering''whtch Among the 31 persons attending Jesse Passmore.
PURCHASE the approach to Christmas as numbered about 110. were two new members, Dec. 11- NOW AVAILABLEIN

we celebrate It Mrs. J. D. McDavld'and Mrs. Mrs. Calvin Walters and Mrs. Dec. 12-Al Fuller, Rev. James

Mrs. Charles Buchart and Ted Gillo were co-chairmen: of Shroder, three officers of the Manning, Mr*. Earllne Cook !
Mrs Jack Scott volunteered to the which Included W.SCa. Mr. H. C. Thompson Jr.Dec.. THE
I BY CHECK! secure flowers and decorationsfor : voice program and instrumental music Mrs. S. H. Stalls and Mrs. Ralph 13-Hortense Vann Ronnie
church Christmas. Casseaux. Mrs. Donna e IBM ACCOUNTING
the at a skit, a talk by Rev. H. H. Lewis Summers, Carl Anderson
Sandwiches, cake and coffee Ford and refreshments. Mrs. Walter Comrle, Mrs. Clyde Rosemary Martinez,. David o DATA PROCESSING
Found were served by the hostesses, HatDeld Mrs. W A. Moore, Twiddy, Mrs M R. Degler,
a bargain butdon't Mrs Martinez, Miss Tina Mor After the group singing of the Mrs. H. W. Bowling, Mrs. Park, Vera Gunter Phil Francis, Jr. ALL TYPES BOOKKEEPING
carol!,, "Hark! the Herald Angels
cell and Mrs. Alberto Morrell. Mrs. H. O. Hontman, Mrs Ted- Dec. 14-J.
Floyd Howell Wendell
happen to have Sin,", the "Sugartones" barbershop ford Mrs. L. G. Vaughan Sr., Jones. ClewtttOH end Moore Haven Reference

BIETH3 quartet sang. This quartet Miss Ollle Moorman. Mrs. Rosa Dec. IS-Loulse Christian, Van Over 20 :years acc unting.experience..J
the cash on hand? You can still take comprises Mrs. Lewis Kelly Wilkes and Mrs Melvin Pape. Cothern Jr. Carol Griffin former
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wingardare Miss Elyie Aytes, John Schef- Internal Revenue Intelligence
Allen G.
advantage of those tier and I O. Vaughan, Jr. Twiddy:
savings by writing the proud parents of a Dec. 18 Betty Hill. WUmer agent. .
t daughter, Elizabeth Karon, who A duet was sung by Mrs. T.
out a check 1 Shopping with check Hayes, Jo Beardsley..
your Hospital B. Owens and Mrs Donald Call Make Appointment t to
was born In Lee Memorial Dec. 17-Phil Francis, Nancy us .
book is so convenient makes keep- Thursday, December S, Stiles and a solo by Keith Carter Bolton, Mrs. Mary D, Ball. discuss business needs
: track of weighing eight pounds, six, The trio of Misses Kay 1MPERSONALS your
expenditures easier I ounces. Mr. Wingard is a former Owens, Julie Vaughan and
Clewiston resident; the Sheila Carlton sang "Bless This Inaugural ballsare ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING OF

Open a Personalized f.ml1l1Ow! lives at 3069 Michigan House".

Ave. Fort Myers. A skit on '"The Living Word"WII scheduledThe SARASOTA INC.

Checking Account Mr. and Mrs. Hermlnlo Gal- presented by Mrs. J. D.UcDavld. ,
9 logos, of LaBelle, are the par- Anltra Hundertmark, Inaugural Ball for Gov.- Telephone 996-6616 Collect
of Hennlnlo, Jr., elect Haydon Burns
MODISH ents a son Mary Alice Gober and Barbara and his
With Us Today who weighed six pounds, 15 McDivld. Mrs. Christine Doty Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Brown First Lady will really roll 1212 First St. at North Trail
ounces when born on Tuesday. performed on the piano. and sons Jack and John, were William J. Hamrick Burns'
December 8th in Hendry General "The Ecumenical Movementin in Belle Glade Monday eveningto state campaign manager, dis SARASOTA, FLORIDA
Clewiston. attend the dedication of the
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Strout, of Chrlstiandom" was the sub Gove Elementary School, which L
First Bank OfClewiston ject of a talk given by the pastor .
named for
Moore Haven, are parents of a Rev. Ford. was Mr. Brown's sis.ter.
daughter, Karen who arrivedon the late Mrs. Genevieve'
Thursday, December 3 In Brown Cow
Hendry-General Hospital Clew- Among dewiitan residents attending
Iston. The baby weighed seven lions'membersfete the Orange Bowl Classic

pounds, six ounces football game In Miami Friday
night were Mr. and Mrs. Walter
the ladies Comrle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

I! > Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. V. R.

The Cleviiton Lions entertained Beardaley, Brian and Beverly.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY their ladles with a steak dinner Beardsley Mr. and Mrs Dan
at the dewltton Inn Thursday Beardsley. Ernie and Dan
night,in one of the periodic Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs J. W.
meetings to which members Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs. HarryP.
FliEi: IP Record bring their wives during the Johnson and C. X. Bobbins.
year. Miss Nancy Bolton who Is
: teaching In Nova High School
George Kemp chairman of
Lauderdale spent the
the event,
i to the first 50 customer at our social affairs arranged with no a business strictly 'weekend with her parents, Mr. _
and Mrs W. J:. Bolton.
Interrupting the pleasures of the Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mr. H. FASHIONS

NEW LOCATION evening.. T. VaughnMiss Lyn Vaughn \
Music was furnished by a Mrs Maurice Fletcher Mrs. C.

k ,. ';; : 210 E. SUGARLAND HIGHWAY land\' pacts ayes from Sugar- B.Mrx., Owens Chuck Mrs.Wlnn Frank and Miss Jacobs Beverly i Granny Gowns,, Pajamas Zjp_ OUt
Kemp attended a caning In all sizes from Junior ,

I : (Across from Clewiston Inn) B06I'ITALNar JP.tlenta.4lIdaarpd shower'In Pahokee Friday eve- Miss to Extra LOTTO Linings
i ting complimenting Miss Aylif-
,I 1 ji Ethel fe Mueller, bride-elect.: The JI1Iot7 Winter
45'sFirst 200 at 19c each Tyler, William Tyler Luis J. was at the home of Mrs. PhIl
Lull Clara Broadrkk.: Hilda
,3.I Thlelen.! Both the Mueller and SWEATERS
; .. Armour, Norma Alonso, Lorene Thlelen families are former residents Pastels
,. Accordionse Sheet Music lit: demons, Euverla: Davis Brenda { of dewiston.

r"I ,,r' 'I Mcdenthen, Ola Daughtrey, Mrs. C. H. Miller has returned
,, ,<.* Guitars Pianos Organs James Lanier Bert Turner, Doris from a stay of ten day on These Suits ore warm High on the nhA
; Stroud Frank M. Tlmmons. the west coast, visiting la Tampa Ultnn
.1 Mary Platt Robert Harris, Red Inverness and other town Brlqht< Gay f. Gift List

OgEN EVERY NIGHT. 'TIL!,. CHRISTMAS( ding lames Blouut, Stephen Timer Power of Indlaatowmpent the cool days ahead. '
j. Foster. ft couple of day la dewIston .lK/waiu(, | co

Patients remalnlag-Hugh CCarltoa. this week A* newly elected Ply of Lanje+ Slue : .

; > ( usicCl Violet Snyder LCUe county frnr"lf tkflvtf ef
JP4rj.dg1, ; ; Story Andrew H. Qua, Bobby Martin county, he wet Interested

Jo Taylor, Mary GaUegoe, Her. In visiting the meeting of The
fonFloridA YU 2-4781 V'' Sam Tommle., Daniel W.at2lfto'lord. the city commission Itaday Toggery ShopP.e
r w Margaret Howard LOU evening and the county commix
Mae tletncr, Julia Crawford,t glen Tuesday.
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U.S. Page Eight! THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Florida
citizens _
must shake complacency; Thursday, December 10, 1064

r c' deArmas- tells what happened in Cubawe _____ School honor namedto teacherThe Accountants BOred by Service the Association.Agricultural and the Florida Extension ,a 1

were 10 The dates and locations are:
wrong 0 '
wrong idea that "politics" is
to be complacent a cUrt1] Dec. Agricultural Center, .'
about SchoolIn
our Cove Elementary
gov word, he said
ernment, and to think West Palm Beach; Dec 15 "H .
our lives Belle Glade was
would) continue Dr L. G. Vaughan preside Ocala Federal Savings and .
to be safe and exercises! at the school Monday
happy ai long at the meeting; Ted Gallo introduced Loan Association, and Dec. ISAgricultural '.'.'
we were prosPffing evening, honoring the late Mrs
the speaker. Guest Center, Tallahas
and making money"The Genevieve Brown Cove, a for.mer 4
were Albert Ramirez, of dew
speaker was Luis deArmas, teacher Mrs. Gove taught see.The '
talon Jim Winchester and Wall
general Internal Revenue Service
manager of GladesLive for in the Lake
many years I
ter Hooker of Belle Glade and 1
County Sugar Growers and the Social Security: Administration
Coopera. Okeechobee area, and was a l,
L. G. Vaughan, Sr. If Atlanta,,
| who addressed Rotary member of the Clewiston school are cooperating in he

Club Monday on "How Commit- faculty for two years, 1938 and program, {
nlsm Came to Cuba"Mr The programs are designed '
deArmas said there Is a Health coverageis 1939.The primarily for tax consultants or .\
i Popular fallacy that Commu. honored teacher was the other people who assist fann

Lists Infiltrate only among poor, d daughter of Mrs. C. J. Brown ers and small businessmen In
Illiterate, undernourished and increasingHealth and the late Mr. Brown of South filling out their I tax returns
ill-kept Bay and, a sister of G. H. .r '
BUZZ VAUGHAN cbale with Senator people. He pointed to However, anyone U welcome.IT .
PRESIDENT Cuba's Brown of Clewiston. Mr and
ef the club prosperity, to the high Insurance protects 4t
meeUm at which
recent Jack -
it a Mrs. Browp, their sons,
percentage of '
Friday literacy, of
high million Americans WAS BOUND TO BATTEN
more today .F
" .peaker. Program chairman Ted CiUo looks on. health standards, and John, attended the dedication
en IUl'St which prevailed than it did 10 years ago, the .
elf exercises.Mrs. .
-STAFF PllffTO. on the island before
Cas Health Insurance Institute said last call ;
tro, and refuted the statement. today Margaret Mosley; made M''
Castro himself cannot be the dedicatory address, and sounded and passengers were
Ten 97 million loaded aboard sleek airlinerat
years ago over school officiateand a
said deArmas he has other prominent
Clewiston tremendous appeal and had Americans were covered by AMONG TIIE SENIOR BOYS bamtoc U up as cheerleaders civic leaders took part in Standiford Field. Doors were
hospital insurance. Since locked and the were
expense ramps
99% of the of football Harold Jones, the ceremony.
people Cuba with t the recent powder puff tame were
then A
there has been a coverage wheeled awsy. signal was
him at the time he took over increase cf nearly oneandone Ronnie Morgan BUI? Davidson and Ricky Sexton,-SUff Phot flashed for the plane to take oft -..

the government He did not even ) halt times, and a total Tax seminarsare but nothing happened. The crew
have to
fight to gain control: of over 143: million persona were leases workers for other jobs. was still inside the terminal
and once In, he used the old reliable protected against the cost of AG scheduledThree having coffee.
Church Directory Communist rule: "Divide Thus, without our agriculturalaupremaeyweAmericans
hospital care at yearend 1963, u
and Conquer" to reduce the opposition declared the Institute. farmer and small business -
The largest molybednum .
bit by bit, until at last might have less comfort and I
In 1953, 81 cent of the US. tax seminars have been
only his own followers are left. per Russia far less security. In the world ls at Climax, Colorado I
civilian population was protected scheduled for this ,
year, spon
"It Is futile
to think of a popular by some form of health Insurance I
aroaCB COMMtNTTT PRESBYTERIAN uprising to oust Castro", the Institute said Who's ahead In the race for
r.J.UGAIET'S A. Hostler 47 Royal Film AvenueHenry said deArmas. There is no such while at the beginning of this space-America or Russia
rather Robert H. Ford Minister thing In t Communist country; year 77 per cent was so In There's divided opinion! on "
rt..D. 3 TOO:: p.m.-Sundaj in all history, it has never happened sured. this question, but it appears the '
9:45 School
Mass.iganDally. ; Hungary tried it and the The same type of growth has two nations are running a neck Glamour PJ8Black
Muai. 11:00 1.m.-UomlD Worship
: Weekday (:.00 p.m.-Weltm1nater Fellow, Communists slaughtered them. been shown, said the Institute, and neck contest for out-of-the- that intimately hers
\ Friday Mass.CHOTCH If Cuba tried It are petal lace lined
im-Flrst ship they, too, wouldbe by other forms of health" Insur world achievements. Yrw-
slaughtered." ante However, there's another area e with tricot; sleeelesa,
J 1113? CffVST N Wednesday: deArmas believes the people In 1953 nearly SI million -Just as critical to both countries Kneelenath, Flare Coat
;111 M, rra"lIoe Street 7:30 p.m.-Choir Practice. left in Cuba will fight for Castro Americans had surgical expense -where the United States

I I. Goodrich. Minister because they have the things Insurance, but la the following claims global superiority. This
.-.Bible School. FIRST METHODIST CIIUKCI Castro has given them (lit matters 10 years there was a (7 per cent area is agricultural production,
tt 0 m w. OaeeoU Arena not that these are things Increase In this coverage and which Is recognized as a valua-

..I am WorshippSSmdcde. Her. David Dendow, Pastor which Castro has taken from at the end of 1963 nearly 139 able tool In the defense of our and

im.-CommuBlM( and 9:45: a.m.-Church School other Cubans), and soon the million persons had protection way of Ute
tl Worship Service 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service. younger generation who are against the cost of surgical The facts tell the story. Although
7:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth now fanatics for Castro will be Russia's total nationaltabor 1
hhada7: Study. Fellowship.CHURCH the adulU and all Cuba will be bills.Regular medical expense Insurance force exceeds the United
1:1: p.1IL-BibI. backing them. Castro has made covered nearly 43 million State's by 37 million workers,

OF CHRIST them all his spies, said de- Americans In 1953. How the Soviets require 42 million

Banff PENTECOSTAL 309 South Central AvenueJ. Armas. ever, there was a coverage increase more agricultural workers than
CHURCH for the U.S. Therefore, there are 5 r
BOUNES9 deArmas 'great concern
J. Sullivan, Minister! of more than two timesIn ;
gMtfa! ClewUtM America Is that it will slip Into ten years so that more than million more Americans than .
far J. R. Taylor, Pastor Sunday: the complacency which for generations 102 million person were insured Russians available for nonagricultural
10:00 a.m.-Bible SchooL production.
the Cuban
inSunday SchooL permitted last year,
Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Worship. government to become more and Those 5 million workers overcome
11" Eva J81i1t1c 7:00: p.m.-Worship. more corrupt and left It wide the Soviet Union's huge

l p.a-3unday: Wednesday: open for Communism. He urged Tax seminarsare manpower advantage. They also I
brrtce.Wtesdar\ devotions enable American Industry to
7:30: p.m.-MIdweek Americans to sacrifice their
: and Bible Study own pleasures, their own busInesses produce both sufficient weapons it !
1 Lip: -Prayer Servk and their own careers to for defense as well as enough Fancy Pants
MmId : CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIS] concern themselves with their goods and services to give the
-Youth Service. of living I and Slips la Match
p APOSTOLIC FAITH country and with Its govern U.S. the highest standard l

Sovtli Clewfahra ment. Above all, don't get the changes In Income tax in the world.Agricultural 4 .... WALTZ LENGTH
nut BAPTIST CHURCH Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor reporting will be discussed at a research, such as li\' and PEGNOIR SETS
1C E.Ventura AvenueRev. series of Farmer and Small conducted by the Florida Agricultural I
10:00 a.m.-8ulld.7 SchooL
Bob L. Christie : ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Business Tax Seminars sponsored Experiment Stations, Oriental Gesture
11:00: a.m.-Preaching. CHURCH by the Florida Agricultural helps to make agricultural production J
tl-Sunday SchooL Tuesday: Belle Glade Extension Service and the more efficient and re.Commissioners TOMMIES: Robes and : 1
LI-Waning Service. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Association ID__
Union. Rev. Richard Rosemaa, pastor Florida Accountants Travel Set e. !
tlipmTraining Friday; 9:30: a.m. Sunday School this month. *" PajamasGotham c, :'
U, -Evening Service.Itdoeidaj' 7:30 p.ra..-Young People's 10:30: a.m. Divine Worship Extension Service economist $10.95 Robes

: Meeting. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible Roger P. Hill said that the first Robe & PJ's '.
tip: ..-Officers! and Teach Class seminar will be \in West Palm (Continued from Page 1)Sherlfrl Red with White by Mayde in with dyed to match Pi's s,

ers Meeting. HAVEN BAPTIST ciu aCBHighway Beach on December 11. The Navy with Red dyed to match colors and tricot gowns
tl Midweek and of the
| PA Prayer 720 date for the second it December Department q'to
Service.klpLfbolr 15, in Ocala, at the Ocala Hendry County Health Department G'' .. ).
I Practice Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor Federal Savings and loan Association. were received and ap '::-\ \.. ) T ;
1:45 a.m.-Sunday SchooL GOSPELt t I i iI The final seminar is proved. Monthly reports were I

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. scheduled for Tallahassee at the received from Veterans Service H Sport Shop : : :
R. I XAim'S CflUXCH fi5: p.m.-Training Union Agricultural Center, on Decem- Officer Frank Veltre, Civil Defense ,
(Episcopal 1:00 p.m.-Evening Worship. God'tWordCaifouDMnt ber 18.While. Director E. R. Redlsh and [J If.) E ,-

20'1 N.Pacific Wednesday: Revelation.e the seminars are de- County Agent Ted Gallo. J d d # ",
1:00 p.m.-Prlyer Meeting. signed primarily for tax consultants i The problem of trash being
a..dirk E Dorman. Vicar Direct .. InspIred eo'Transformln '
.* ,. or others assisting dumped along public roads
j :
discussed and E.
farmers and small businessmen properties was
1.1 u.-Elr11 Kuchartst CHROT list!. n.CM *. Presets In filling out their returns everyone R. Thomasson, county engineerand .
ttuFamily Service and CHURCH OF is welcome to attend, Sheriff Dyess will try to
Church SchooL Hooker Point A 'GOSPEt IREt'J 10'.rou Hill said. work out a solution. Areas which AI

ato ud Holy\ Days as lIDo Paul Strickland Pastor The Internal Revenue Service the sheriffs department will
.satettoftufons 10:00 a.nu-Sunday SchooL I and the Social Security Administration keep under close watch are all BAKE Ibs.5 9c
Morning! Worship School the and roads, all cemeteries RITE
by appointment, 11:00 a.m. 9:30: a.m. Sunday are cooperating on highways! ,
Wednesday: 1100am. Worship program. R. N. Nash, district and the public camping ,.i. ,
7:00 p.nu-Prayer Meeting. : director Internal Revenue Service site at Cannon Hammock.The I'

| OITUI Saturdays: WHEN LIFE GETS of Jacksonville, and Glenn commission received: an BUMBLE BEE WHITE MEAT WEBBS I .
BAPTIST CflllKCnInlh Meeting.\ of Palatka, chairmanof invitation I to a Dee. 11 dinner at
7:00 p.m.-Youth

Ier. Herb Hlgdon.Clewfeton Pastor JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES TO CROWDED Union Stephens Florida the educational'Accountants committee Association : -, Edison honoring cafeteria Warren Fort Cason,Myers StateRoad TUNA _' 39c RICE 5 Ibse 69c :. li j

1g tl. u.-8uoday UL-Wonhlp Schoo1.Service. ICDcdom. Hall-UT R. 0 bocn W. E1 PlIO 7:30 6:15:: p.m.p.m.Worship Training minars., helped In planning the se. Chairman Department Harvard member Parkinson and FRESH HOME GROWN NO. 303 CAN 2 CANS r.

:'Wit-Baptist Training Sunday Watcbtower Study, LIVING ON Seminar speakers win IncludeJ. was authorized to attend, representing TOMATOES Ib.19c TOMATOES 25c :
Union.! H. Hooper and I. H. Thomas, the board. 4i i!
a0m-Watkp 4:14 GOD'S PROMISES Jacksonville 'It was announced that the
ferric. p.m.BIh1e Study 8.00: p.... Internal Revenue Service -
wr: School '1:30p.m. and Robert Whit, asilstant open area meeting, requested SILVER cow BORDENS or ALFAR ; ,
*Pm-Brotherhood. Thursday; Mlalstry 8.00pm.: Wednesday district manager, Social by; the Corps of Engineers to

: 1:30 Film Security Administration, West consider the drainage system of MILK 3 cans 4Sc MIILK _. gal. 99c !I
Service: Meeting : p.m. .
Everglades National Park, willbe :
: .. .. ,
held at Sugarland Auditorium
NORTHSmB Clewiston on January 30th.The .
m-ChoIr Practice. BAPTIST CHURCH DOLL CENl'tAThe board approved leases of S9c EGGS doze 49c
Nursery CORAL qte '
lOA N. Francisco Street Supervised state of New York leads Isaac Scott and T. W. (Jack) -_ ii'

QW@TON ASSEMBLY Rev. Julian Pope the Union la manufacture of Wynn for lands at the Clewiston .I
GOD OW 9:45: a.m.-Sunday SchooL dolls. Its more than 350 estabUihments airport for grazing and farming .Ii i
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship. Hrst. employ about 11,000 purposes.

*.. IrancJsee Street 6:30: p.m.-BTC. BAPTIST CHURCH persons in making dolls, doll The board gave Clerk Dorothy Bag Apples 4 "*. 39c j
r.IImbre1 Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evenln Worship clothing and stuffed animals M. Clark authority to sell some

Wednesday: VTOTWtt AT CENTRAL from cotton felt fur, plastic surplus chairs at a price not .
Lll.-8W1da7 School. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service. Bob L Christie, Pastor rubber and other materials. less than 13 each.Commissioner .

lt reported on a meeting of the directors '
III'I Church. CHURCH OF .!
1 of the State Association
,.... anjellitie Service 311 Bomih Pad/la Avenue
of County; Commissioners, at whole lb. 2ccER .
Her. H. M. Long ':
iJi.-0rlri'a SchooL demand for fat which proposed legislation was
Ambasud.dyer 10:00: .jn.-a inday ,The discussed\

:- ora.r. 11:00: a.m_Morning Service. Aa Interested visitor at a portion f GROUND 2 LBS> [I
7:30: p.m. -Evenlng Worship. and stocker of the meeting was Timer

and BtMaBoys. Wednesday: Sen1ce.J'rJdaYI Powers, formerly of Clewiston BEEF LIVER .Ib8. 29c HAMBURGER 99c ''I i
7:30: p.nu-Prayer; cattle is heavy who Is a newly elected county

qpR commissioner of Martin County. WESTERN BOSTON BUTT '
Ron1 People **: e .
Ruprl tae 7:30: p.uu-Young only the

deavor.wUy Buy Growers to meet NECK BONES 2 Ibs 25c PORK ROAST lb. 39c

"' : __ cattle you want {

Church Feature Is Sponsored ByRoyal' ted Gallo Hendrjr County ROUND SMALL WESTERN ':..

Agent has announced that a STEAK lb. 79c RIBS lb. 49c''
I I Inc' meeting of vegetable growers .
wh C'jtwislon Federal wm be held Dee. 18 at the sub-' \

Asa17 at 1:00: P.M. office at the Fairgrounds' to discuss
pOa LOAN Monday
elia Furniture -Sales problems of disease Insects
varieties and marketing.A .
Store Floyd Howell, 4 A L_ent"CId4i.I prior meeting was cancelled.A FRANK'SGrocery

.r OIL COMPAST panel of expert will be
.P1.; 1" available' to answer questions at .
the meeting which WO start

Pridgen Citiea iduy Pens Tractor 94I/01' Co.- GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET stSp.ro.Sprinkle. .s Market' ,1 :

Service 7 the Inside cl rubber
4: 1e5e.ow-. .... glows with eorastaren after DOKK OWNJJ AND OPKBATXDJO'I'Uf

Par\in.o ,.1.( b hfehdry.' CountyMotor Ties. WI una sad us*.It keeps them in good ,TLXU" 1.141. ,. 'DS DmnD ,,.. 'PL'''IV WAIL .

n I Lit. .

sy.ltw ,ghgog.S'UOl ,a w

G. Smith SOS 194 Hich' Scratch Series Clewiston
Farm labor still / Creech ..... 507 213 F Carlln ................................. 458 A&W Root Inn 30 28 21
r rt Additional high seta aural L. deArmaa ............................ 441 Clewiston Bar Beer 28 28 21
F 24
1st place team, Frostle won HitTh Handicap Series Hendry 32 30

lost 18. T. Richardson ........................ 811
short Tractor
in supply 2nd place team Chuck Wells L. deArmas ...............?....... 594EOADBCNN II1cta Co. 21 3530
Co. won 28, lost 20. Dora Belcher Hdcp. Indic! nail!|
Florid grlculture'i numberone 3rd place Is tied, USSC-dew- Lydia
problem li the Increasing Carithers Radio 4r TV and RS HDCP. Ida Strickland
shortage-. of willing and quail- Glade Machine Works BOWLING LEAGUE Rogers _..

field farm workers, accordingto 27, lost 21. Dec. 2, 1984 Dora m"Belcher lDdIy.. taffy.
the Florida Farm Bureau "
Ida Rogers
Federation / Ladies of the Lake Team Standinn W L Pins Lydia Strickland.

T, K. McClane, Jr, FFBF executive 12444 National Guard 32ft 23ft 31,643 meta.lDdly. 8crakb
told Sugarland Phar. 32ft 23} 31458 Dora Belcher IllIIe
vice president, a Toial _.
t ti labor In Miami last
bearing Win Ideee Pine .
week the myth of an adequate South 35 13 27223 1IJ! :tl
labor supply In the United Rest. 27ft 20ft 27060 .. ImITHRIFTY.
States baa been fully exploded Lumber. 26 22 24945!

"Those of us who have been Another Motors 24 24 24457 '
RESTAURANT : .__ 23ft\ 24ft 26628
faced with this
-.& -.".. j -.r "+Pw ,. ...-_, of securing farm labor problem eachyear ClewbtonI Shop __ 20 28 27110

A PESTICIDE SAFETY COMMITTEE for cat* Interested parties fat their we. Shown at can attest to the fact that you who ', Gifts', 20 16 28 32 26046 26384 ,
there has not been and 1* not to the Glades ?
Reader County: wa erganbed at a meeting the meeting (lL to al) are: Clyde M. Conner, flirt Scratch Game
now an adequate'supply of do- '
I held Nov. 30 .la Clewbton. The purpose of the Jim CuUlf, A. D. Dark, F. M. Conklin. John mettle farm labor," he 'em with giving us plan next Brasher .,.....-.,.1.... ._ 171 II DRUG
cMBmlttoe: *. te acquaint people with the vital Corbln Jerry Flint and Ted Gallon-Staff Photo.. phaslzed. meantime try Spurling ,,.___ 179
McLendon __ 173.
need for pesticides In agriculture and to edu- McClane, speaking on behalf on the deArmtts 173

of the 33.009 Farm Bureau Tony for Pit HUh Handicap Game II Weekend Shopper's
. Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlaton, Florida member .in Florida who pro vations. Spurting .,...._ i 233 Special
Pestielde group Thursday, December 10, 1964 duce approximately 90 percept (adv) Brasher ...,.-., ..- 230
of the state's total agricultural Tate __ 230 Fried Fillet of
production, said the problem li workers available II" Deepwater Fish
plans meetingsA sellers of such products and are expected to participate, especially critical at harvest and Interstate French Fri..
anyone else who Is Interested In along with F.A.RI.-Florida Agricultural time. Farm Bureau Creamed Cole Slaw

Hendry County Pesticide pesticide effectiveness and dan- Research Institute. The Farm Bureau spokesmanwas discouraged any solM OR -
Safety Committee has been organized gers. A series of meetings and "There has been frequent crib one of several agricultural would accelerate
as part of a state-wide demonstrations will be conducted icism of pesticides but the simple leaders appearing before the ward rising I
movement to educate all Interested throughout the state under fact is that you can't farm Bureau of Employment Security costs. Homemade Salmon Croquettes '
parties In the use of pettlcide present plans. without them" Gallo said. "We hearing called by Secretary of The state's +
Labor W. Willard Wirt I with Celery Sauce' Totted Salad
which despite ganization has
products Ted Gallo, Hendry County hope to educate people to their
McClane stated that the existing sideration of the
to farmers 1r
their Importance Agent presided at a meeting value and to the methods of proper and time-proven criteria Italian Bread or Hot Rolls
have been under attack In many change,
held Monday, Nov. 30 at the
use Including growers relating to the availability of accelerated
quarters. .ul office In Clewiston at which
> chemical Industry people and farm labor on such matters as Caribbean area .
All counties in the state are pesticide problems were dis I
the people who do the actual wages. housing, Insurance, and Central 58c or 2 for 98c
expected to organize such committees cussed. Although county agentsare transportation expenses and In his .
which will have as their spearheading the campaign spraying from tractor. We hopeto other terms and conditions of also supported '
purpose the education of growers the health, agricultural and vocational find recruits to help with the employment are adequate to determine these lines which

spray men, manufacturers, leaders of the slate program." the number of farm made by the I BREAKFAST e ,

Bureau Federation 3 Hot Cokes R I. ,
ida Fruit and Coffee I

ciation. I" only 39c C (... ?


12-8-64 women golfers was won last Cheese Coke _1y f
by Bonnie Durrenee 2Sc
Team Hlih _
USSC-dewlston toured the Clewiston course F.1
Team HUh SetUSSGCIewlston M atrot.ee. Her handicap of II
.? gave her a net 75 which wa !Like our tea and coffee? Your second.cup Is F

Bob Mesa Coedhart Kith kta.... Laity for first McConvOle place. Banner-op who had I FREE.. Also your third, fourth, etc.

Buster LaGarde for a net 78. The trophy: .
Harry Vaughn, Jr. sponsored by the Sport Shoo. 1t.. 11: ,. 1tIl 8'm... '.. '
Walter Parker _.. -STAFF PHOTO.' "Z __ 31I.filr2.u((,

John Hill ??..??..?...
Sidney Smith ..,,, ( ...._..1IIIIIIIIIIII rnhrA.K PtKnPaiKttKKKttgdtKK. +PtrKKKKIr KtIKKHoOingsworth's
Jerry McKee. __
F $ yll: derv k. ...
Bob Pearce _
Bill Sage --..._...
Norris McKinney Shoes

Bill Carithers _-


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than following .
t filed paid ..
dead to b* loud

I What kind of a tiger do you want under your hood? (Have you priced a tiger lately) Certificate auance Property,the and number the.... ,

If you're handy with a whip and chair, go for the 360-hp GTO.It Wes, But then,even the 336-hp GTO bites If you QuIek WhII.Tract 1'Iten' l Cert.: atitiMd )
I want slightly more civilized packagebutwtthlotaoftheGTO: ( muscle),try ttie U MOM.YoueangetKwHhaalxor _.... neither No.., TT... *..
two v.-They all hevt bucket: teato.Carpeting.And costless than some tame cats.So go price a tiger. POBtMC 11_ ad .I II1CIIM'IILIIo IQS mi City. Come see the many styles to

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1 "Chuck" Wells Motor Company, Inc. I I I t the Florida.All County of nld l :: : '

I Union such ..
redeemed accord in has slippers for the entire (am-

: 202 W.. Sugarland Highway Clewi.ton, Florida property tlflcate will described be ...
eat bidder at the ily. Soft warm slippers are an
i; door on the. lint
i I Month of January, MEN'S SLIPPERS
the 4th day of Ideal Gift for every one on ]
Dated till lat

:' New for fall! BLENRON Suit 1 J CN-1I1 her, 1144.Clerk Hendry DOROTHY Circuit $2.98 Many to Styles$5.95 your Christmas List.

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Dacron Polyester, <45% Worsted ,. %

11\i sheds wrinkles beautifully Jt -_. i it ARTHUR All HOTICB creditor BAUM TO at CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS

I't [Q:J exclusive"Contour Collar"for perfect fit tf hereby notified
k file any claim or .
(; [O:J slim fresh,natural* tat they In may the bar office Warm & comfy. Com and choose

shoulder styling 1 K f )1 A da.Jade In the of Hendrr' : LADIES' SLIPPERS now .
Florida, within '
r Q excltfng new shades *. tw e month from tli. Wide Selection $1.99 to $3.99COWBOY
not publication
I In sharkskins, hopsack weaves ? Each: claim *r '.
and Iridescent effects t In place writing er realdene and $2.49 to $3.99
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Found guilty Clewiston Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pae Seven

FOR RENTOne Thursday December 10, 1984t
Bedroom Furnished but not fined

ADS Apartment $65.00 James Albert Rogers, 49, of
DADE-MONROE REALTY 332 W. Trinidad street Clewls
ton was found guilty of a traffic .
309 West
Sujarland( violation but not fined In
YU 3-2941 Magistrate Court In Belle Gladeon
RATES: YOU FOR SALE-3-bedroom house, RENT One bedroom FOR SALE Tape Recorder, Monday
per lDIertion. 'II 1 lath, large icreen porch. and water$17 per week. Lights like new. Ideal Christmasgift Rogers, who had entered a
:IkeIImum;: charle; four Ice 440 E. Ventura. May be teen 2-4064. furnished. Phone YU $35. Call YU 3-2404. 400 THISSPACE not guilty plea to' a charge of

/ price of thr... after 4 p.m. Call YU 21721. tic Francisco Street. The Sign Improper change of lane which '
/pp1 lor DecSlp FOR RENT-3-bedroom house, Shop. itc resulted In a minor accident on !
BONE yUkoD 31zo1Ppe 3 baths, completely furnished. Highway 27 last October, was
FOR SALE 2-bedroom CBS Northslde. 1125 charged by Trooper A. J. Brlnkky. -
whose amnO" ,po bouse. 445 W. Haiti. Contact YU a month. Phone miscellaneous i Wanted
aM 22571. Dec31e FOR Attorney Charles Miner represented
.uIe4 Wendell Whaley. YU
:::pick DP tw. ,... .. S3831.tfc FOR RENT-2-bedroom trailer Judge James Rogers.L. Tyson; Jr. remarked ,
Crystal neetnpUlle with large room added. other ,
.. JIde) tile Nt'el1rI. -' HOUSE FOR SALECompletely YU 2-3252. Call RENT that Rogers was a member t
Uc of the Florida Highway Patrol
furnished. Call YU
.- & lie Large Florida 27521. DeclTc
r..N Wsd and 609 E. FOR RENT-Two auxiliary In Clewiiton.
er ..... room carport 2-bedroom
". r klon dad. Phone 2-3641.. tic houses. Furnished. See Mrs SITTINa anytime. Call
V. Fielder Highway West ofuewiston. YU 33491. DecSlp HENDRY COUNTY Garden Club
111. FOR SALE-a-bedrwora houae.V4 to
block from elementaryschool Dec31a AmED-Ironlnr to do In my MOBILE HOME SALES
Shown FOR RENT-Sraan home Phone YU 27244. Itp hold workshop
by appointmentonly. house. Fun
Phone YU 2-6371. Dec10c nished or unfurnished, 131 WANTED dean cotton ragsno Large selection of quality Christmas decorations for the
per month. See Mr trailers. Over 50 avail Hendry General Hospital will be
Sloan C3 buttons or zippers lOc per
t ND GREATER THAN JIMMIER. VANN E. Trinidad. or call H. p, John- pound. Please weigh dewliton able. 10 12, 20 ft wide, prepared at a Garden Club
far toms, acreage, IOn. tic News. 40 SO, 60 it long. From workshop to be held at the homeof
VU\ FOR SALE-90x120 lot In Golf.
W. have eustamer $3,795 up. Payments as Mrs. Jack Scott on East Arcade -
bjIpsea wltlaI. view Subdivision. Call YU 2- FOR RENT 5 BABY Dec. LAMES NIGHT was held by the hone Club at the a_
.Llat 70ur propertr I room bouse, un SITTING IN MY HOME. low as $65. avenue next Tuesday, -
4471 after
Be.rdale1. Ph. YU p.m. Dec24p furnished. 822 East Ventura Mary Walton. Phone YU 2- IS at 10 a.m.Decorating. talon Inn Ut Thursday night and their members and their
a L: tic FOR SALE OR RENT3bedroom Ave. Call YU 2-4031. tic 1642. Dlcl0e On Ventura across from ,, the hospital 1 an wince turned eat ta foree. Shown her are (left to right Mrm.

)11. bedroom cement block house In WANT TO BUY either 2 or 4drawer ClewUlon Poet Office annual activity of the club. George Kemp Mr. Kemp, flnt vice preddeni! the dub wh
Two Members asked to bring a
>101I SALE p.yrnetltl SSS per aewbton. Call Belle Glade 9966668 filing cabinet Letter presided at the meeting that followed the dinner and Mr*.
1IJIIIf. 1300.KIn,. tic for Information. tic MOBIL KOMES' 'fQR SAI! or legal size Johnson Carl YU sandwich to the workshop. Richard Phelps wife of the part preeldent-fiTAFP PHOTO.
W. D. 2-6562. Decl7e Next Thursday)ec.17, mem
bore will meet at the hospitalto
Real Estate litAt ESTATE FOMENT FOR SALE-45 ft. house trailer WANT TO BUY used portable Sewing Machine place the decorations and at Biddy basketball meeting Monday
bedroom CBS eoncttaL 2-bedroom with 2 rooms Stereo with automatic reject this time a short business meetIng .
E3-lwo $9,000.JgIHSlDE2 One bedroom apartment torrent added on. Two 50x115 lots Call YU 2-2632. lie Repairs' will be held. The club mem An organizational meetingwill are Interested In playing In the ,
bedroom frame Nice neighbor. 130 W. fenced. S3500 See George Land. bars will be guests of the hospital be held at the Elementary league. Games will be played at ,J
Crescent Drive. Call YU 27521. en. TV & Radio Service Center, SINGERSales staff for luncheon. School auditorium on Monday, the high school gym on Satur- I
...MM..MCE ai available. Itc YU 21221. DecSlc: ANNOUNCEMENTS;t MISC, All members are asked to be December 14, at 3:15: p.m. for day mornings.

rSa NEW 2-BEDROOM. I MORRIS WALDRONFOR Service present for these two events.Harlem. all boys ages I through 12, whoCommunity
\ FOR RENT: -One and two bed.
.ISO frame tome. Hardwood room trailers also large SALE: OR RENT-10'x43 BLUM SONS 'PLASTERING. Parts RentalsBrand

shady apices. City, sewerage. two bedroom house trailer. Very Best Work- new touch and sew M
jTijA HOMES In Browsed No pets dewlston Trailer Park. Call YU 3-2761. tic W. Save. You Money machines en display at News
YU 2-2661. tic Plastering Simulated Eton CARTTHERS RADIO & TV,
coon-edoue FOR SALE 1955 Richardson Stucco-Fret Estimate: Glade MerchantQ Co. Authorized .
FOB RENT: One bedreomhouae. house trailer, 37' Call YU 2- Licensed and Insured! Sinter agent la store MRS. JANIE S. QAJADHAIIONOE Colored News Editor Phone YU -7831
lBWTpWldesda, a4Iggiei Phone YU 2-6881. tic 1236. tic 3850 Lora Street every Saturday Ptaaae call

FOR RENT-Furnished apart Fort Myers, Fla. tfe YU 24441 or com In 1M
it available.tfARTMENTS: BOLL FOR SECOND Glendale Robinson Robert T. Debra Weekley. Santa Fay
MOTELS ments. 824 Concordla Ave.tic, ED 7-0171 or OX 4-28T4 Bond Street tie SIX WEEKS Ward, Brenda D. Dixon, James Weekley. Linda Beacham, Ber-
YU 24675.
rwi,goo vacant lot to select misceU 'Qus fOJS I te SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom FIRST GRADE, Mrs. B. M. Heel Audrey C. Williams, Cel- nice Allen Regina Bobo, Curtis
aD Wrpo5es. VariousAND FOR RENT One bedroom estine Balck. Robinson Othel Robinson, Linda
made. line ofdrapel'1
Orso and Mrs L. F. Smith Instructors
SIXTH GRADE Mr. W. L. Weekley and Arlondra R.
TralUr. Not In trailer park.
Terms.f1D7IT and fabrics
INCOME: Call YU 32403. tic FACTORY FRESH WALTHAMor slip cover Alice J. Smith Fred Falrley and Mr. W. J. Scott, Instructors Horton. Adults present were
I0A Gruen, 17 Jewel watches, Free estimates. Call YV 2-5831. FOR SALE rick Hayes, Howard L. McKlre, Vernita Xlngcade, Mrs. Susie Beckton, Mrs. Luclle -
y3OPERTLIIIONffiY FOR BENT 5 room furnished VII CoCbern's Custom Furnitureand Jr. John Cole, Mary Ann Brooks. :.
$20 to $30 below list See AlF Pauline Harris, Edwin Mack, Wilson, Mrs. Jennie Tobias, r
| I RENTAL. Be01 house. Call YU 2-1236. tic Uer's ad page S. Decile Upholstery tfc AH aluminum Florida seem SECOND GRADE Mrs. T. J. Bobby Gray, Brady Hart, Gloria and Mr Amos ,Beckton. ,; ,
J. A. WHITE aad screen ream with S bedroom Sanders and Mrs. D. W. Hill Moore, Lovvorn Dixon Helen
CBS conjunction, 125.000. TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or A. O. WARD trailer attached. Instructors, Nathaniel Col'". Lewis, Earl Austin, Randolpn PERSONAL MENTION

UHG TEEM low Interest trailer space for rent FairGrounds FOR SALE 12 ft. CrestUner Occupancy late November David Ross, Melbla Coca Gan- Mitchell. Miss Arrlo Matthews, Ft 1
km cine grove and ranch : Trailer Park. Phone Aluminum-Boat, new condition 'HELK WANTED I WOMEN I er early DecemberCOMFLETLT bus, Catherine Ford, Deborah SEVENTH GRADE Mrs. J. Pierce, Fla. was the house guest
rtifN, minimum 2-3044. tic and trailer with 10 H.P. FTsWISHKD Weekley, Sylvia Hart, Eleanor T. Watts and Mr. W. J. Chambers of Mr. and Mrs. Ambose RobInson

USTHNGS NEEDED KENT Trailers and Trail Johnson, new condition. Also 3 Contact Hill. Sylvia Robinson Annette Instructors, Jonas Austin, the past weekend.
has, talk over your Real Call YU WHITE WOMEN. Opportunity Wright Claudette Dixon, Gloria Dwright Jackson, Sandra New Miss Mildred Brown attendedthe
Iitite problems with us, we er spaces. Royal Palm Trailer nice platform rockers.Motel. tic full or part time. No experience GREGESSER Williams Margaret Clark. De- ton, Hartley Gray, Isaiah Hill, funeral services' : of the late '
av be ible to help you we Park. Phone YU 2-2603. tic 22891. LaByers necessary. Earn while you YU 3-2921 bra A. Askew Jlmmle' Jones, Michael Kerr, Mrs. Margaret Jones, In JacksonvlUe .

k,, helped hundreds. FOR RENT Three bedroom FOR SALE-1960 Blue Thunderbird learn. A weekly pay check and THIRD GRADE, Mrs. V. R. Henry Lewis, Jessie Sasser, Fla. last Friday.
J. IlL LANKFORTJ CBS house, unfurnished. Call ; 1957 V4 Ford 2-door. absolutely no Investment In RaTla and Mrs. M. R. McCray. Evelyn Baldwin, Leola Hart. Mrs. Bertha Mean has returned -
Iq. led Estate Breker YU 33901. Decl7c new paint and Interior. Call Pat equipment. Have fun and pleasure Instructors Sellers Littles, Lenora EIGHTH GRADE, Mr. J. L. from Winter Haven, Fla.
R East Sugarland Highway McElroy YU 33531. Dec24c at home shows with friend Rene Weekly, Sylvia A. Morgan and Mr. S. Humphrey, where she spent a week; with
Fa Auto and General .-. FOR RENT and S room furnished and neighbors Write Josephine SOUTH SIDE Hill Emmett Jones Harrison Jr., Instructors, Barbara her mother, who was HI at the
Insurance0rdukc apartment Phone 2- REGISTERED CITRUS TREES Davis P. O. Box 763. Belle NEW: FRAME HOME Thomas, Mar 11 e Mcdalne, Adams, Jesse' Harvin, Melvin time, but much Improved when
1s. 15h. YU 2-2111 127L tieF FOR SALE-Ready to '0. i. Glade, Fla. DecMo 3 bedroom Nancy Castleberry, Karen D. Jones, Samuel McCoy Cynthia she ]left, for home. I
(lea, Fla. Phone
M. Tomlliuion. baths Sanders Patricia: Williams, De- Kitchen, Richard Jones, Connl.John.on. .
RE 5-2788. tic 1J4 ,letha A. Rhodes Gary L Jones. Gloria Johnson, Bertha enD OF Tii u. I

SALE 55 Plymouth Savoy. Display fireplace FOURTH GRADE, Mrs. B. S. Sasser, Deborah Williams, Wil- The family of the late Mrs.
I Business New tires. Call George Jepson >. carport Bobo and Mrs. W. L. Davis Instructors bert Williams Alfred Newton, Margaret Jones wishes to express
Directory at YU 2-6231. Dec31e lane front porch Thedora Mack, Mar Ralph Hill, Shirley Blackmon, their sincere: thanks and
utility building olyn Jo. Scott Evelyn Calrk. Donald Johnson, Rogers Mc deep appreciation to their many
P R E-CHRISTMA3 SPECIAL. ((16'x327e ) Elaine Dixon, Marsha Sasser, Cray. friends for the kind expressionsof
SEPTIC TANS: Electric guitar outfit! with 10 ClassifiedsIf flood lights Joan Jenkins, Jimmie Thomas, NINTH GRADE, Mrs. G. H. sympathy extended to them,
XfflNSONCARS free lessons and music f 129.50. ihrubbwy Emille Johnson Patrick Coleman Davis and Mr. E. Kllpartlck, during their hours of bereave
SALES AND SERVICE No money down. Holdridge' Mu- Judith G. HIlton Jeanette Jr., Instructors Michael Qulntyne ment.
hi Read 112, .... PLUMBING sic. No. Francisco, YU 24781. fruit trees Keaton Carmetha Sands. Samuel Simmons, Oree- May God bestow His richest
OR 5-2039 DeclOc oood constructionlots : FIFTH GRADE. Mrs. 1.. E. tine Fair.TENTH. blessings upon all of you.Respectfully .
Its!truqwrtatton tor yeur Mack Currr liS'z 150' Welters and Howard L. McKlre, GRADE Mrs. M. I. ,
money LoBelle, Florida SELLING OUT Appaloosa interested additional lots Sr.. Instructors: Patricia Clark Block Instructor Wilfred Mr. Freddie Jones I
tie side! of Miami 1- horses and ponies. K. R.Wtek- available Gwendolyn Johnson, Rose Crich- Brewster, Charles Bill Jr., Michael and family .
borst Phone YU 2-7605 or see fat one oi the bestMasonry ownbycpwi low Jeanette Harris, Edna M. Baulkman. 1

GOULD BROS. on SR $32. dewlston. tic residences usWL Horace, Kenneth Ganious. Kenneth ELEVENTH GRADE, Mr. C.
TMT rUee DealerCARITHERS STUDENT MODEL Accordion b'tIIm'OJID. Jones. Freddie Scott. Julius A. Burrows, Instructor Carolyn High' Style S SHOES i

.50. No Lame Franklin, Lester McMffllan. Pope, Evelyn Johnson Bernice
PAINT STORECeatraeisn with I free lessons. $49 01 e. SHIRTS I
High Style .
( down. Holdrldg Muse Sims Joyce Scott, FrancenaHill

Lkwed. : lamednjjB North money Francisco, YU 2-4711. pleas Garfield William Eugene -atAL'S -
DeclOe Battle, Francene Klngcade, Vein
cocUod *' ARMY STORE
uia WRH mncBU ESTDUTKB nits Ward, Joseph Mitchell

.SgaiUa4. Bwy.TO MANN WB3DDEN Evelyn Jackson, Clyde Black Come In, browse around ;, ,
all!/ &
improved credit card '1'V'SETS. J. M. Unkford For SaleOne mon, Margie TolbertTWELVETII
welcome here. These 1.1111BOTFLED ALL MAKHB a" USED: GRADE. Mr. S. and see.Johnson .
Guanurteed. Humphrey, Jr., Instructor, Elisabeth y
| tOBld*. log Bond St d wD. $14.04 _Ib. LAKEYU271Ltfc: Bobo, Paul Jones, M-
Pb YU 16441 : APPLIANCE CEO 2-bedroom house with carporte, phonao Coleman, Leander Week-

GAS OrchidsBlooming. redecorated ley. Doris Sims, Albert Pope,
FOR SALE each. HOUSE FORSALE Hardwood floors, Newly Franklin D. Williams. ,
AppliancesSaleaService $3 & $5.
Overholfs FlrebaU polniettlas. Colbonw inside ,partly furnished. Slot Hood 831 loath<
IftAILERSALES Highway 27. Dec24fl: OBITUARY Most transportation lor you
The Clewlston friends of Mr.Freddie .
HEW and USED FOR SALE Parakeets, $2.00 berths. Total Pri'ce $9,900.00 Jones were very sorry money this side of Mlamll.
POWER GASCORPORATION Mynah birds. Afriean 1 lovebirds 5 Bedrooms two to hear of the death of his moth

S5 Central Avenusj up. monkeys, cages, **& Furnished on large lot .r, Mrs. Margaret Jones, In
fconeYU 31831WALDRON'S Pet boarding Thompson WM North d Cuaarlond.:; Jacksonville, Fla. Julia's
Animal Farm Phone YUkoa- Perfect for Large $400 CASH DOWN Funeral services for the deceased
12E6P Family.! were held, Friday Nov. Beauty Nook
YU 3-3101 27,1M4, 2 p.m. at the St Stephen FOB THAT NEW LOOK
R EXBRISTMAS: SPECIAL $10,500.00TERMS % A.M.E. Church, Rev. T: S.
"OS" with 10 free Will finance at 6 or would. lease TlBtiBf. Styling; Cuttuf NoAppointment
piano Johnson, pastor.
BENDIT *,, Friday
lessons music. $195. No money for See Dallas) J, Graham Funeral
>ea 7 UD. to I p.... Title & Abstract C.. down. HoldrUJge Music, North Dade-Monroe one year. Home In Charge of Arrangements Saturday
YU J-47L DeclOc T* .,...... Cal S-4SU-
0 to I p.m. TIde Afcetraeto-TWe' Im mace Francisco. COTTAR Realty 'A. W. Sins Mr. Jones Is the former bandmaster ... MU ..... Fiearteter

fa Days a Week LaBBeFla. STUDENT MODEL at Harlem Academy. i '
P. O. Bex M< with 4 free lessons. $37.50. No 309 W. Sago Lzzod Phone 2.4801FamGrowing'1
W bUy TDESDAY: ) oa.... (42(1 money down. Holdrid-eM-lc. YU 3-2341 BnvrtmAY PASTY Harlem Club 'I,!
7 fir tour !ftw! at MemeM North FranclJoo. YU Decide Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weekley FaverHe Mind Drlak. Fried

PicDIcI honored their little daughter, ChlekMa: Fash. BunbnrfersuW .
4. "
1IIIee Iaat of Oewtto. Darlene Weekley on her birthday other Sandwiches

__!at !!eachAItentiou EVINRUDESales with a party. Friend and lUeorded Band MiisUtVpular

FOR SALE playmates began to arrive Mr. sa4 Mr*, ma WalUee
and ServiceNew ACREAGE around 4 p.m. for aa evening of ........
fun and play. They all brought

M b. Ie ... aarf 17M ...*.. Been talking & thinking about buying 3r j beautiful and useful glfte. On

: "... a....sagas. ... ...... Il.retw.regMr small tract of acreage? Need More Room? the and menu candy was Ice cream cake Hilton's Grocery: '

Iew ...... n_ Fart ... Orneria Fresh Us***, I'
... have just what you want There were favors for each ... .
>KartM. -- "We V.. **. Cold Drteks. Xa.
''edera1 The house 414 W. guest Present were, JessU eY.llts.es. ..
big at Obispo.
Land Bank Flies IOke NlU green Earl :Murphy, Vlviaa TaBey, We appreciate yew patron- >>. 1

".. 20 ACRES Street,. witv3}\ :bedrooms, 2 baths, 2-car Eddie: Talley, Jr., DoQle Ann ;.I
rWrtU R. E. WALDRON Brows Willie Lee Pass Tony fife W ru fl.eI.5111 e. ;
Cleared Fenced. Grass :garage and;! shoproom. Anthony Carter Calvin Klnsey, T+......... 'fl
pO1"aSMr t For prompt" DleI tIJome Good Water. Electricity on 3 lots 150 by 135 feet I ..J

Or and
WILL GROW ANYTHING for sale at $12,500 Grocery

,' Call Bobby GiddnsTampa have "" NEW LOCATION
Also *
Electric nr I-ln1 Prices nose 9U are serge tracts $1,000 t: .unJer appraised value Comer Tennessee and Fourth Streets
.. 640
&I A....... FINANCING ARRANGED Home Cocked
ru'u' 1'004. SaadwIdatI
CtatneUq Cold rf tg, Gedfes
3IlI4 Tribune buy don't wait CDokiee end Joe re.m
want toNOW _.
n... -
............... .un Ft. Myers nd If you DO IT III i 1i J. E. Beardsley Exclusive Service with Atmosphere smile

'l1ICOCK'S News Press REALTY UGXBTESED: : REAL KSTAtX Morn Don't forget to parahuw a Cleiruton News

1It4 4LF3 DADE-MONROE Ea..uIo4..
Dana Delivery Hwy TU J-7W
Hom. YUkon
T 2-765 1 1tLASSIF.IED
'" CLYDE 3.2941 309 W. f
714 K Concordla YU
S MIGHT Phone TUa-Wn -

He seined catfish from the lake
and dumped them in the pond New well tests

air provides the key to Clewiston's new sewer systemThe where this scavenger helps to

keep things clean.
The plant Is operating at 97 this weekendThis

key to Qewlston'f mod-- A fast flowing river if not Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Florida per cent effectiveness: Quinton

ern sewer system 1* aircommon further polluted, will cleanse itself Thursday December 10, 1984 says, and this 1 11 very good. Perfection weekend might tell the r

fresh air. in a distance of about four is impossible.The story as to whether the Sun Oil err
There are miles of pipe lines miles, faster if the water is flow of sewage Is quite Company has another profitable 2 t

that carry the sewage to the stirred up on the bottom by '' ,;f regular in Clewiston although well in the Felda area.
plant, there are lifting stations rocks or gravel. It was knowledge .'.,', -: jr....., 'tI1.\II1I--\. there la a dropping off on week- A spokesman for the company
powerful air pumps a huge of this fact that probablygave ; ends, and on Mondays when, it said yesterday that Collier 1-A

treatment tank and various oth- rise to the system employed '<", seems, most housewives. do their has now been drilled to a depthof
er gadgetsbut they all dependon here. .J'1 laundry. 10,477 feet without any difficulties
the performance of air for Work on the Clewlston sewer Such variations are noted by having been encountered
their effectiveness.In system got underway late in '' Tom Chipman who 1 11 stationed during the week. There is S

the presence of air, tiny 1962 when the laying of glazed \ at the plant. He keeps a daily another 1,000 feet to go.
organisms known a* aerobic clay pipe was started. The pipe check on such things a* volume, "The critical point will come
bacteria, devour all solids and was laid in the alley that flank .. solids In the liquid, chlorine, this weekend," a spokesmansaid
even cannibalize each other as Sugarland Highway on both : oxygen and other factors. Ev- "when cores of sand and
they cleanse the liquids that north and south Except for a : "">. ery month this detailed informa- rock will be brought up for la 1
looped diversion on Central avenue tion is reported to the State be
constantly are pumped into the boratory testing. It can then
big treatment tank. The air Is the pipes run parallel Board of Health. told whether the well has pos IL--
supplied by two powerful pumps through the town from the Hen- ... .. When all is said and done, sibilities. Of course anythingcan

that send It through pipes that dry General Hospital to the however, its air that gets the happen between now and

release it at the bottom of the eastern end of the commercial .. Job done. the time the samples arebroubt
but we are optimistic 'JUNIOB AJ.L.ABOtIND RODEO: >SADDLES
tank and allow it to bubble to district Joined to the clay pipesto iiR up were won by St.J
t about the situation." and Sharon BI' OIIOtI, children .f Mr. and Mrs.
the stimulating the carry the sewage to the treat- Tommy M
surfaces.. Meanwhile Red Cattle No. 2 son, at the Florida Junior Championship Rodeo
cleansing action as It goes. ment plant are metal pipes Adams addresses continues to flow at the rate of Haven last weekend They also received belt buckles held la jd
i iaehlevetaeaiU
1 about 300 barrels a day with .-STAFF PHOTO.
less than one per cent water

and plans are underway to get both the girls
Waterway end
group another rig into the field to Rodeo weekendat and senior events Stanlt ooyi!
start another well northeast
The Okeechobee Waterway Association alit. Sharle Bronson, I1 I) tnt
adopted a budget of spectively, of Moore

$8,695 for the coming year, Increasing Moore HavenMore were among the four w
Winners of Individual
ITS AIR THAT DOES R-J. D. Qulnton. superintendent present expenditures
of utilities, points at the turbid waters of the sewage treatment to provide full time services of Junior AltStarsretain than SO youngsters from were buckles presented with Howard Banta as executive sec various parts of the state were
tank that Is the center of ClewUton's new sewer system.
retary at a salary of $4,800, In action over the weekend at
t Air pumped Into the bottom of the tank activate bacteria Chat clerical expense (including pur. district titleThe the first annual Florida Junior Men's basketb

reduce solids to ssh.-STAFF PHOTO. chase of an Addressograph) of Clewlston Midget All- Championship Rodeo at Moore

$1200 and travel expense of Stars fell victim to a strong Titusvllle .- Haven. meeting Thurs

rtr ti metal so as to withstand the log to the plant spaced at about $1,040.At ) team by a score of 21 to Three counties were presentedin
pressure supplied by seven lift every 1500 feet The fluids flow the meeting In Belle Glade 0 in the championship game of the winners' circle: at the con- A meeting wil' oe tu
stations which assist the flow to Into thj bottom of the tanks, are Tuesday Lehigb Acres and Port the flag football''district tournament clusion of the second day of activity :- everyone interested tn
the treatment plant The plantis pumped automatically to the St. Lucie Chambers of Com- held in Clewiston Saturday It was a big! weekend in the mens basketballon 11
located in the southeasternarea top where gravity carries them merce were approved as new morning, December 5th. The with a' barbecue, basketball Thursday December |
of the city, adjacent to the to the next tank along the way. members .and Banta reported Clewlston outfit, quarterbackedby game and dance thrown In to the high school, gym al

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT-Most of a sewage ays- Industrial canal which eventually The final pumping.action makes he has been assured Chamber that the Lamar Christie, Just couldn't keep things humming when action p.m.in the Everyone league desiring J
receives the purified water. it possible for gravity to force West Palm Beach seem to find the winning com- stopped in the rodeo ring. should attcif
tern such as Clewiston's comprise underfreund lift stations Association.New meeting The
plans to join the gym will v
The system has ITS connections : the sewage to the top of the big bination for TD territory. The Four saddles, valued at
and pipes. Shown here Is the main overfround Installationthe mostly with business establishments tank-a tank that resembles the memberships, plus a drive TitusvUle "eight" couldn't be $150 each, approximately for players to gei In a
main treatment tank and the building for air pumps and but also the hospital tanks of an oil storage field. for 32 sustaining memberships stopped after they intercepted a presented the were practice if they test
top winners
laboratory. In the foreground Is the "po1W nc" pond where schools and homes. Mostof Two powerful blowers, housedIn of $100 each in the state at large Clewlston pass for a TD In the night after the meeting

the cleansed water gets a final treatment before flowing Into the homes that have taken a cement block building' In is expected to provide the addi-- opening minutes of the game. ,
needed for the ) .....,..
the shadow tional revenue JlJtNtJIJIJII ItAartrrtlhh"yJaTa:
the Industrial Canal.-STAFF PIIOTO. the opportunity to be tied In are of the big tank, In the Junior Division, the "
located across the alleys from pump air to the bottom of the increased budgetSecretary Clewlston "eight" turned the COLEMAN LANTE
. the rear of the Sugarland Highway tank at the rate of 200 cubic of State Tom tide against Titusvllle as they *' L

establishments, althoughthe feat a minute. The blowers are Adams whose duties as vice- romped for a 29 to 0 victory to $14.95
developer of homes near the used alternately, one having the chairman of 'the State Conser again capture the District ,Title / 'I

hospital also has installed a connecting capacity to provide more than vation Board relates to water for the fourth ;year in a row. t /III' }": NO ALIBI
RENTALS line to the system enough air to serve its purpose ways in the state, attended the It was Clewlston all the way, JIGS
The first flow began In April The air mixes with the butte meeting, and urged the directors : led by quarterback Allen Carl- :;.
of this year and it has been rial solids in the flow which are to lend full support to the ton with some strong help by y 3for99cSPIN f

flowing since at the rate of approximately reduced to an odorless Inert overall waterway program of halfbacks William Navarro and ....
50,000 gallons a ash that makes good fertilizer Florida The State Waterway Freddie Robertson. \y CAST RODS]
IF 2-Bedroom Apartments has There is not enough to be com Association is preparing a presentation
day. The plant a capacity of After the games all the players UIf1&
five times that amount, which mercially profitable to the"city, to Congress asking for from both Clewlston and $2.95
C Completely furnished would be just about enough to however. matching funds appropriationfor Titusville were treated hot dogs
its Adams said the
take cart of the entire city The solid ash drops to the bot- Croas program Canal has first and cokes at the Youth Center 17 Jewel Gram or Woltha
should the system be extended tom and the water, now far -state Barge with Mrs
V3f at 330 E. Ventura 5. ES priority and that connecting Waterways Nigel Miller, Mrs. Ernie WATERPROOFWATCHES
to-embraee all homes and other along its way to being purified Miller, and Mrs. Bob Christie ,
east and west coasts
establishments not now on flows over the top: into a chlorine on in charge of the feed. :;\.,.
which will lead Into the Okee-
One available now and one Jhe lines. The city fathers are contact tank that provides chobee will have (the winners of each division Men's and Women'sSave
Waterway sec.
award of this, but it takes enough of this chemical kill were presented trophies)
ond priority. The barge canal $20 $30OR
money. what diaease-bearlsg' bacteria (Mrs Bob Adams' majorettesled
available Dec. 15 and the Okeechobee Waterwaywill *
The Idea of eventual expansion remain.! be of benefit each other, by Donna Stalls presented OR
was in the minds of the The liquid then goes' into; a and designed for different pre] game show)
CALL. . are
planners and the plant was constructed "polishing pool"-a small pond
purposes, pointed out Adams.
sothat its capacity adjacent to the plant where the All styles We
could be doubled with a mini water is fed in CDIt end and released The activities: of the past year
were reviewed in the annual Hats Lev
BEARDSLEY mum of effort and expense on the other to flow faro Hospital lights .net ern ,
should a fast-growing city decide the Industrial Canal. J. D. Quinton report presented by President Jackets Shir
Paul Franklin and Banta and ,
sometime in the future to superintendent of utilities brighten
Registered Real Estate: BrokerClewleton reflected Increased interest in sceneThe ;
spell the doom of-septic tanks says it U then .considerably! ,, Belts, Sox,
the use and in of the
Florida YU -7501 here. cleaner than the water it jolbs. support tall Star of the East: and ;
waterway r Dungarees
The seven lift stations are located QuInton has added touch'ofhis : the stylized Christmas tree of 4
along the metal line lead own to the polishing poad. The Belle Glade Chamber of lights which flank the bund BAl
Commerce was host at a fish fog at Hendry General Hospital Many Many

.,! dinner following the meeting. give residents and travelers a
':. Wives of the members were special bright spot of Christmas spirit

guests, and a tour had been The !lights have been burning Fuller'COUNTRY

Come look them over! Come try them outl! business arranged'sessions.for them during the each and are night the for first the past sizeable ten days evi, STORE :

; Mr. and. Mrs. S. C. Fry of dence of Christmas decorations OPEN EVERY MGHT TILL I
Clewlston and Richard Griffin seen on the nearby landscape

C They're in our,showroom now-ready for you to see and drive. So tom\( of those Moore attending Haven the were meeting among .

t :.' '',' on in and get the full story on the beautiful 'new Chevrolets' ,? for -'65.jI'" '

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I \. 'Iit." II uNew spillway Fresh seafood.

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f, for, Moore Haven

I 'I Bid opening dates for two Sirloin steak. "

<* flood control' projects: one calling :, .
for the construction: of a
f' spillway with hydraulic lift
I gates at Moore Haven Lock at
.' 1 1, an expected cost of about $800 Prime Ribs of beef.

'r 000, have been announced by .
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
\ 65 Chevrolet, Impala Super Sport' ftmjie .

N[ Bids will be opened on the .

It'i a longer! ,lower molder roomier, ro cL And even OafO teem! aewW.' concrete spillway Jan. 7. The and many other items 'available
65 Chevrolet I quieter handsomer, swanlder kind :Because now Chevrolet's J.t- spillway win operate.'in conJunction are
Of Chevrolet. Fact to, Just about smooth ride smoother than .TSA with the navigationlock

1 II evel'tb1Di'n.ewrl&htdOWDto,the Andwe'rel itching to bow! it off.y ; in order to. discharge: excess from the of the "
!. t tI I J water from Lake Okeecho .
.l i J bee. Thespillway channel was

r".....!.". ..'. .. ml o. t.t.kl -_ dredged previously under an-
other contractNormally
; <3 .. \ the headwater atC Colonial
[ ; J ,'. ofI the spillway win be only! threeto Dining Room
.. .oil' six feet Located 530 feet
.; ;. .' }
j, f..at of the Moore Haven lock
; / the spillway will be 40 feet high

I '" J and will have four gate each {
', !L -n \\i. r !( measuring 20 by U feet Sue- prepared in the famous tradition of
t \ cessful bidder on the Job will .
I ,1 -... : > be. required to' finish the spfllway
.-" .. '- \ within 490 calendar days. the t Inn' '''. .

; ) f' ..". '" .' \ J Bids will be- opened on Jan. "
I' fll"t 1 i 14 on the construction of a $200-
Mw'CiMToir r'IJSol1C
i j 000 pilot channel and earth dike
I i **" ." the Kisslmmee river to tiet
l t '; racier milder! it**. And op to 18lb) tnEibU to >CatJnrflattercorneriBgltoomtarridin in the navigation lock, designated : Plan
." i, ti: 6' 5CorvBirMore sew Correa. Wbege do goo and eat f' > as SIB with the new XIs.5sbnmea'dver ._ now. o' enjoy eating out
kind of Comt for 65. With a. .about ttta flnthudl Just Mowlooker ;
channel which is
1 'I J'I ,Ito!;"' ':r. i :
IMer.. tho enUaafasti our stoitogoi
wlder Body by
j being dredged w a part of the
:J,..'. ,. t / i iI ,! flood control project The work
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will be done SO miles northwest
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i I .'f'i ,' to see. more to try in the cars more people Ivy : of State Okeechobee Road tt. Just north of THE

t Choose a new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy. Corvair or Corvette now at your deolafr building Involved of in a tieback this Job levee'Is the at GLEWISTON INN

.e -1691 65B. construction of a culvert
I it, ;; 'under the access road that

I! ; i crosses river channel the natural, providing' Kisslmmee a sha! .
Co. Inc.i
:/ "Chuck" Wells Motor low channel In the new Kisslm
: men river to cause the water to Florida 2..3501Common
; ;:flow through the lock and construction Telephone YU
of access roads to the

tI Sugarland Highway Clcwiston, Fla.Phone YU 2-4501 lock




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Clewiston News

Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County' and America's Sweetest Town" ;

VOLUME J7 -NUMBER 50 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1864 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. S4S.>, PJl Subscription $4.00 year I

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.o: Sugarland Singers to present Highway booster e i 1!

concert, Christmas cantataThe ..,. I)

Sugarland Singers will etogue. The Christmas cantata will be a community service to (
present the first of three concerts Night Of Miracles will also be which all denominations are In- club is formed
Friday night when they sung. vited. f
appear in the gymnasium of Tlckj; are $1 for adults and The singers, who are directedby ," i
.r"'A '
Clewiston High School at 8 50 cents for children! and may Dr. L. G. Vaughan comprise + !I
o'clock, A 50 cent drop In touristsfor few miles ;
be per the entrance only a
purchased either at the Tog. the followingMiss: Elise Aytes,
The program,entitled "Winter Central Florida during the from the sign, he said. ..
gery Shop or at the door It Is Mrs. Jack Martinez, Jim E. :
Festival", will Include selec suggested that those attending Beardsley, Mrs, Bob Christie, coming winter season was predicted "Unfair practices" In road 'j 1
toms appropriate to the Christ- arrive early as a large audience Gene Click (Moore Haven), ; at a meeting In Lake maps of the state which "seemto
mil and Winter lesson and will Is anticipated Mrs. Ernest Hill, Mrs. Lewis Wales this week at which a : Indicate" that the turnpikeIs
feature James E Lucas, an accomplished On Sunday (Dee 13)) the Sug Kelly Mrs Robert Kelly Ircel 'Boosters of Highway 27" organization the only major road In the o'';, I
was formed for the
pianist who will per- arland Singers will perform at Knedler Mrs Douglas Lewis, state. ; I
Lake Wales .,
form Claude Debussy's Clair the First Methodist Church in Mrs J. E. Lucas, Mrs Robert area. 3. "Unfair practices" In the '
de tune Also on the programwill a concert sponsored by the McCoUey., Mrs:James McPhall Guest speaker at the meetingwas placement of trees In front of
be the Sugartones, a bar- Clewiston Ministerial Association Charles Miner, Jr. Mrs. Robert Ken Curtis, president and billboards advertising an area ) I'
ber shop quartet. "Night Of Miracles" will Mlnnlch, Mrs. Tom Owens, general manager of the Great or attraction that is oft the ''i
The chorus will sing several be performed at this appearance Mrs Richard Phelps, John Potter Masterpiece who criticised tactics turnpike route. 1
selections Including the Carol of which'will take place at John Scheffler, W. A. Sie- of the State Turnpike Authority The four-lanlng of Highway 27
The Bella, Go Tell It On The 3 o'clock wert. Mrs Donald D Stiles, L. and the State Road De- from one end of the state to the
Mountain. We Wish You A Merry The group will again give the G. Vaughan, Jr., L. G. Vaughan partment. other was endorsed by the meetIng -
Christmas, Prayer From cantata at S p.m.. Monday, the Sr., Bill Woodson and Mrs. Some of his reasons for the where' Stanley Kupiszewskl! ,
Hansel C And Gretel and a novelty 14th, at the First Methodist James Younkman bleak tourist outlook were as Jr., Lake Wales attorney and 'I
_number._______. Jangle Bail ._......_._.. Church In MnruTlaua,! Thm( Sugarland singers Is a community follows: operator of the Walesbilt hotel i:
,. group and membership 1. The use of "unfair prac- was Introduced as the new Lake ::1'
.t Is open to all singers in the city. tices" In advertising the turn- Wales chairman for the Boosters I
pike and throughway systems of Highway 27 and HolidaysHighlands i
with signs on state rlpts-f. organization Kupiszewskl :
: Two accidentsin way unavailable for use by any. said the first meeting of I
__ one else. In some cases the the organization would be held
shortly after the first of the
signs art placed as far as 100
He said the organizationwould
five minutes year.
miles from the nearest entranceto work closely with other
the systems, thereby misleading organizations dedicated to boost- ., :
I Four automobiles, occupiedby travelers who may think: hug Highway 27. 1
I Clewiston residents, were Involved nIt 1
In two separate accidents 11 I
within five minutes of each oth ',:,
C/ew/sfon/ / merchants offer: er on Monday morning No one 1
was Injured but three of the
cars were damaged. 1
The first accident occurred at "I'll Hire ::1
Date and East Circle Drive '!:
wide selection of I It
gifts when a car driven by Robert ,
George, E. Pasadena and Ar !;;
cade, Clewiston was Involved ,
with one driven by George Wil- Your Next .
1Members liam Nine of Sugarland Park. v

t lowest prices for miles George's estimated car at sustained$400 while damages that of -', ,oJ, I

lllne's was damaged to the extent .Secretaryl""I! : :
of I2JO George was charged
with failure to yield the right of ff I
t close free parking way by Chief W. A. Whaley of :: ;'d! '
the dewiston Police Depart- 4
ment. ::1
OK but 'cause that's
The first accident occurred at let us handle the Insurance li
7:51 a.m. and at S o'clock cars our business! Free sureys, recommendations, fast ;
of the Barber Shop Quartet wffl present special driven by. Luis Paes and Mrs.Mary claim: service and budgeted premiums are just a few R r
t helpful suggestions by numbers on the) concert Friday night. Geiger, both of East Os- of the services we offer.BeardsleyNash. .: '
eeola, collided at Pa cine. and
1 ., Ventura. Damage of S2SO was Insurance Agency ""
caused to the Paes car and Pall ,
friends. TRAILWAYS IS MILES AHEAD IN was charged with failure to "
your yield the right of way.. The !investigating Telephone YtJ 1-7801 ( ?: '
I officer was C. E. E. Sufarland Highway dewbton ,
Roberts of the local police. '

APi Army Surplus Store Highland Queen Ice Cream \ ;

Atlantic & Pacific Tea,- Co. Johnson's Fishing Camp LET SANTA BRING A GIFT I

MB Supermarket Jolly Roger Marina I I II II ,

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We Motors Jones Texaco Service J w 1i FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ; I t;

wnbry Motors Mazzina's Gulf Service I : WHITES ;
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Ben !
Franklin Store Mid-City Gulf CNRISiMAS '
. Bond Street Jewelers Pape's Standard Service

I Wi Tropical Fruits, Gifts Parkinson's Dept. StoreCarithera I .I! ,Ir

Radio & TV Pridgen's Cities ServiceChuck" :

Wells Motor Co. Redish Electric Co.kwiton L L' ctft .4kHere's

Auto Parts, Inc. Redish Standard ServiceClewiaton ( N, you .

i Marina Royal's, Inc. IJ, check list!
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Clewhton Oil Co., Inc. Sugarland Rexall Pharmacy B

Corbin' Farm&Ranch Supply The Clewiston News

Ford' Shell Service The Sport Shop Modern Thru-Liners v washer i

Frank'. Grocery & Market The Toggery Shop v dryer
|F7 Hardware Co. Thrifty Drugs No. 2 Coast-to-Coast: I ,, -J

Fuller'! Country ,Store -, Time Saver Market, Inc. Go cout-to-coait with no change of bus or baggage v range > ,e ..., I

Cijdelll Paint & Hardware Relax on America'a emootheat.rldln j,moe, I
Furniture Co. Town modern t buses, bar none! Plus the Traflways e-( v freezer ,
dade elusive-the personal touch that make every
Fish Camp '
Gas Joe's
Co. Uncle trip a pleasure! I

I Rare Lumber & Ready-Mix Waldron Motors v refrigerator ; .,

y County Motors Western Auto Associate Store .' "

worth's Shoes Wilson Lumber & Concrete ..

This advertisement( sponsored by the RetailMERCHANT'S 1 The ATLANTA only. Thru_service_-._._ $17.80 '

ST. PETERSBURG <. .... .-_. $S.OO
DIVISION Itt hours faster via short route
1 NEW YORK: ___._ $4040
l The only. Thru service $

Chamber Thru DALLAS service via MontgomeryShreveportTRAILWAYS $38X5 ONLY .so much more..for so much less! t

I I Clewiston BUS STATION .

FranctMW Ave. TO t43Hm .

I I I vmg of Commerce TRAILWAYSEasiest Dan.McCarthy ..q ,l

Telephone 2-1311 Qlewiston Fla.It's \
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Grower County Agent Ted Gallo, Oil Gallo, will be held In the Coun- Hard ell dewiston. Fla, flied Clewlst TON NEWS Pale Three
meetingsare week, ty Agent'i Submit at the Fair by: Parker Holt Post Office : ., &. r 10, 1964
such &ew In Immokalee, the meeting rounds, Wedwjday, December Box 280, Fort Myers, Fla. -- -- -
wlU be held Tuesday December 18 at 1:30 .m,
rescheduled p ALADDIN MOBILE HOMES, SHARES OF COM. OF NO PAR Mottl:'y. both Clewlston, Fla.,
ZIa.ZAO IS, at 1:30: p.m", at the StateFarmer's "There," will be a discussion. INC. (B-87322)) 830 EAST SUG- VALUE, FILED NOV. 25, 19C4. Hiie Oil I.bivwski. Hallandale,.
Market, said Gallo, "with lever1
r and will con- group
MpCNiNB by wee as sew Base It The Vegetable Grower meetings .1st of a formal meeting with al 1 experts to be present to answer ARLAND HIGHWAY CLEWIS- dealing: Mobile homes, trailers Fla. fled by: Edward: F. Allen I I
SINGER ryU.avtonaelBinl few which were cancelled a prepared talks, with a question ;your questloni." TON, FLA. (HENDRY COUNTY equipment, etc.: Incorporators 25 Weft Avenue A, Belle ,.,
I Scheduled weeks ego have been re- period to follow ) AUTH STOCK: 100 : Ruth A. Mottley, Frank W. Glide Fla. :II
goat announced Hendry ,
,8 dt1 0 a The Clewlaton meeting, saidSugar club chatBy -. I.
Country !;

LETTY McCONVILLELast This Christmas
Friday The Ladlea Association
held Its monthly meet-
tug followed by lunch at the Pit
e Room. It was decided that the i
d ladles will meet on Thursday, give him the
( Dec. 17, Instead of their usual
Friday, so that it will not inconvenience

attend their mothers school who children's must right time of

A TWdsmaik Of THE lINGER COMPANY Christmas parties on Friday the day.

the 17th, an IS hole, 2-ball '..
CARITHERS RADIO & TV supplies foursome will be played; follow.
ed at U:30 p.m. by an exchange
lOll B dSOrok Florida of gifts and luncheon at the .
Clewlston Inn. So ladies, mark
t the day on ;your calendar and ,
ellllI a let's have a big turn out!
A scramble tournament was
played last week by the ladies 1kAG
In teams of three, with Bonnie
Durrance, Fran Henry, and Let
ty McConville coming in for
first prize with a net of 28.

New library books
Adult-Fiction Q J
Farrell, Michael-Thy tears '-"' 'b
might cease :
yfG Bellow, Saul-Herzog ,
Faulkner, William -: The
Faulkner Reader
CronIn, A. J. Song of sixPence
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Blackmore, R. D. Lorna F
Lewis, Sinclair Main Street

Non-FloUont SCCUTIO ""ii KeanoN memr "N" accm'ut1 _
Barzlnl, Lulgl-The Italians Rillrtwl motel I wttk,. lull flfimdMiytCK tat cad IBM cut ntw toe sold MM stn. aidMYS.
) till p. loll roof,'hMlwwi 414,end fclitdl' wurrM 1wN, Hall aaMtel
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ir" xt Vt a B-MacArthur, Douglas Reminiscences |oM fill I e .
. WtttrpraoM t iAxknstint MMtalllltllflllHltMlMU. eepaneeeied.loll[ aeeBMweswlNar.s '1
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Herbert SUMS
Lyons, Eugene -

I k nlf.; ihe H' 'j Junior-Fiction Henry Hoover Stallion, ,Marlluerlt.e.White, of a:biography Liplzza Nicholasand It's a gift he's.if: I

J (::) Burland the Brian Tub -St. ,JI.I'AII 'w,
Luckhardt Mildred Good "
King Wenceslas never had before. 1
!fe71VdRW p Luckhardt Mildred-Story of
Saint Nicholas
Cleary, Beverly-RlbsyEi
1 Ne r, ; Even the most expensive watch can't keep time as precisely M
.yi .Accutron That's because all the mechanical parts that make a conventional
Janice-Little Bear's Christmas watch fast or slow have been left out of It. The Accutron

movement Is electronic. It's powered by a battery that keeps a tiny
Youlh.Flet.1oalFarley. i tuning fork vibrating 360 times a second,and It comes with the first
Walter Blood Bay; guarantee of accuracy ever given. (You might like to know that the ,
Colt U S, uses Accutron movements In satellites and Issued them to all
Walter Black Stal
Farley -
lionNew X-15 pilots.) You can't give a man a more perfect gift of time.


2 Handy Heel Rest High Dome WE SELL TILL CHRISTMAS
J.'Cups' .. .. $14.88 in One .c... $17 Beater Elector $12 88 Steam Vents ,
-........- -- -- receives charterTALLAHASSEESecretary I I

State Tom Adams hat announced <<:-
Y the chartering of the following

HILLIARD corporations BROS.: INC. (B-

e 87336)) POST OFFICE BOX 6SS. CHAS. A. COXJeweler
SHARES OF COM. AT 100.00 '
;r 1964, dealing In: Ranching business ,
a -yty so v livestock etc. Incorpo- "
raton Joe A. Hillard Marlin PAHOKEE
TOAST R OVEN W. Hffliard. Wllmuth Y. Hit ; '
jIEAM AND DRY IRON AUTOMATIC Browns Bakes Toasts 1'1
iiWeor Settings) TOOTH BRUSH Removable tray noun unxttt
For Young for Easy $29.88 Carrying CawCompact $13.88 epy 1'1 1'1'i'

.,, 13.88 and Old ....... $16.88 Cleaningioual ,..,,,. Style ,


Mon. Thursday 8 foot cord "

8.30:: a.m. 6 p.m.FrL&Sat .
: Steel Blades

\ o 8:30 a.m. 8 p.rn. Easy Snap Cleaning Out for '

Manager Frank Moore I

112 Bond Street $21.88 a '
'here It'. always a Pleasure to Serve You" Phone YU 2-3231 ,

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I give ; everY' Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers I

N flem :' .. :': LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND ,

Step into the largestmost luxuriousand

when you buy H tow enl Farm MOP
FEDERAL LAND BANK lOAN best-selling Ambassador built
Win Finish Cub Tee

MARY CARTER =: e'fa debts.JmpnY.m.- ktradisaa. h : lv' ,\

wind chSSTJ33 .. Sad Iu&aII lrrt6au.. 1965's most sweepingly changed car-Ambassador is
chase aone, 1ftY' W ,..... already Largest and Finest of the
Must pvehaN: a smashing lucceis.Sales op a record 9156 over last year.Come
PAINTS : : finds for the farm ..Ie......... see it. So much more luxurious so excitingly styled and powered 3 SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS' : !
I LOAN -longer wheelbase too.Thrilling new sport options: big
ONlY A IAl THESE YD HIVE ADVANTAGES v-s.,up to 321 cu.in.;floor shifts; ;Power Disc Brakes.Double- RAMBLER 65 t'
HAS Safety Brakes, separate systems front and rear, standard. See
it AI Fuller's COUNTRY STOREline gi pepes'dksble::erorke Ie I' ,tan), exdlednbPlete your Rambler dealer today for 196 J's big new car buy. 'A""i""' -Urjtt and Finest of UK New Ramblers t:
(aenlDI arrtnHan American. Moto-Dedfcated to Excellence .Sl "-Wew lniwlMdulSui. ambkh. IbaTIIe '
Co 1'17) Compel! Economy King ',
of and : IIDct prtYlle r.. wilts pe.a a..
paints supplies .. dross preplmfll&
Over 4 Una service fir local pttpie faamu with local;I asst- Only Rambler" all these Extra-Value Features at BO extra cost I Weather Eye I heating Advanced Unit Construe-: I '

1500 co 1.choose' from. edlme.' esenlce M rev plow wrt&t of 1,.... toe Deep-Dip rnstprooflng Ceramic-Armored exhaust system Lustre-Card Acrylic Enamel, many others ,"

..JJajpr- exterior, $4.98 gal. & up. W.U WI L eu HAY M, MIr, If DOTU: Eo JBGTT. AM. Mgr ;':


1M 1 TtOKIDArOONX ofBradentonBRlDOfTOX. I:321 E. Suffarland Highway Clew ton, Florida

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TVkM : PHOfRt 1&-1'11' Watch the Danny l Kaye< Show on CBS.TV,Wednesday eveningsnINGERm

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al Commander Donald E. Johnson the m nth of November 1964, posing of property under lien, for.assault
CLEWISTON RS.iewls'on! : FloridaGoing and
Page Two THE nun
Immunization pushedto him that the Department with membersof driving with expired license, improper "ting to the '0
't'burt: Otc,mtet 10. tJ.64 programs are Informing upon the Florida Highway Patrol start from parked position mInor; deUnquentJ
the recommendation of the Florida seven m ) .
and Florida Wildlife Officers giving alcoholic beverageto
-- porfanlty,
all from childhood diseases Department of the American made 199 arrests, and served a minor no valid chauffeur's reckless driving wfru: 'nr \\II
.protect Legion that the National 16 out-of-county: warrants, for a license displaying license of another
Executive Committee. at Its total of 215 warrants served. driving while license revoked Nine each for-ue_?
>WE The State Board of Health's smallpox" Oct 21-22, 1964 meeting con- running a stop sign '' It larceny; 13 for no drlv;Jng,
drive to have all children in the The Department delivered 11emerenc1nessae. cense; 15 for ,
late immunized against five Thirty-three counties are participating firmed Veltre's appointment as where pub. Two each for-bare assault, duct; ft for drunkenne as nerd'
In the campaign. Others Re- had failed, and turned Improper tag, drunk, resisting
basic childhood disease Is ap a general member of the lie service unlawful speed,
I i iI proximately 85 per cent successful hope to Join at a later date. habilitation Advisory Board of over $7,10064 to the County arrest, entering a through highway -
iI I, according to first figures "Last year there were 14 the American U>.(lon. The term Fine and Forfeiture Fund. Invalid hunting license, depriving _
deaths from tetanus (lockjaw),
from a survey of participatingcounties : will run until the close of the a minor child of necessary
4 of them children Dr. Sow 1965 Fall Meeting of the National Arrests were as follows: One sustenance and raiment, GlaadeesRoofing
der said. "And while there were Executive Committee each for-defectlve turn signal, failure to use due care. Three SheetMatst 1
esfa "But 85 per cent Is hardly only 1 death from diphtheria, 2 throwing trash on highway, Improper each tor-worthless check, failure "OTII
good enough"' said Dr. Wilson from whooping cough: and 4 change of course, minor to have vehicle under control : New Construct!,, i,!
T Sowder state health officer from polio, 2 of them children, Sheriff's report hunting with unplugged *ep.lr iobt
"Later figures will surely show these were too many. No deaths shotgun Phone 2-7111
a better percentage but 100 per from smallpox have been reported for NovemberThe on, hunting without a license, Day .r
cent Is the only answer to helping in many :years" dove bunting during closed Five each tor-Illegal possession P. O. Inn Eflnllln
guard the health and save Board figures show 5,418 Hendry County Sheriffs hours, driving a motor vehicle of alcoholic: beverage driving CLEWISTON.1141ISTASUSHTO
the lives of our children In com- babies born in the participating Department reports that, during without the owners consent, dis while Intoxicated; six each ItA.Citt .
bat against polio, diphtheria, counties in March. A three-
whooping cough: lockjaw and month check of figures revealed -
85 per cent of parents of
these had cooperated. Eleven
Boys in ServiceAHTNOPvt. per cent of the cases either had
moved or died; 3 per cent cither
......-..- refused or could not be lo :
I .Yf'. cated. Immunizations w e r e 2eEEAreit/dn{
started for 70 per cent of the !

Christmas Shopping? :r h total.the The remaining status is IS Incompletefor per cent.

''Pay Cash.Save Time And Money I IWE'LL While primarily the campaign toward pre is-directed ecbool

children, Dr. Sowder emphasized
that adults should not neglect 1 C4Jcuicodtb A 16"HIDSTROMSDWA! [

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man, 23, son of Mr and Mrs
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suit your pocketbook. Avenida Del Rio, Clewiston, letter was received by
. Fla., completed eight weeks of Frank E Veltre, Commander of
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