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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429955
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"Dedicated to the advancement of Ilendry County end America's Sweetest Town"

VOLUME 37 NUMBER 51 CLEWISTON FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1864 Return Postage Guaranteed Sec. J45.3. P.M. Subscription $.00 year s:

elp support local fund ,t t -- ."; I'II'

,. Ridge Conference Football All-Star MembersFirst McBride death is
and ,stranded right administer the fund. There was ably dirty children a girl, 7.
\ 14 old IS
Ddb a year a months old and
a a boy 5. were next, said
Cllristmk o and the family and a baby only eight weeks. Mrs. Slonaker. She was
y ever so .
) They were trying to get to Key destitute and said she could team '
I can only get to It! West where the man believed work in tomatoes If she could : '
1JJb. be wiD help if the fam- he had work on a shrimper. only reach Homestead; she had 4 ruled accidental [
GfoIb o I They were given milk for the done this type of work before. ;
t rID reacsome or the plights children, some groceries for the The Welfare Fund provided
e tt Deed and reu family and gasoline to help gasoline
and food :
who !
4 l': 1D Clewlston. It Is them on their way. this family to reach its destination ,htl *, ,a. The death of James McBride, the bullet through McBrlde's ; ,
1 reflection! of a severe A woman with two unbellev- 61, of Tennessee Avenue Harlem body through a plywood storage ,
a demand The Welfare Fund is strictly was caused by an accidental cabinet and subsequent wall I
tJ .or bbutwthe the a voluntary fund, provided na self Inflicted gunshot could not have been fired from I
the sort of help Glades Co-op through the Clewlston Ministerial wound according to a coroner's the adjoining room in which the ''
i SSKffStrrund1 I Association and individuals Jury verdict Saturday morning. body and gun had been discovered 'I'

who wish to help and agree that i McBride, an employee of Kel- Sheriff Dyess said that the I
is exhausted directors arereelected all such requests should be ly Tractor Company for 25 powder burns indicated that the I
sldh flcases which exhaust- channeled through one central years was found )lying on the shot had been fired close to the
rj! hP0 came through the latter agency. Destitute folks usually floor In an office by E. E. Kelly chest Officers found while '

d the week. ask help from churches, from ) who Immediately summonedhis Ing to unload the pistol try'I'I
"fee call contribute to tole the police, and at the Chamberof nephew Robert Kelly and was frozen and could not
ease with a gift ef Commerce office. All three others to give aid. broken open and they
real U.e0 Luis deArmas and V. R that McBride was attempting to
1esaat. $1.00. cooperate in seeing that there Is According to Sheriff Earl
speck to "ClewChamber Beardsley of Clewlston and R no duplication of aid. Unless free the gun at the time It was
Make Dyess fellow workers said that I
.pit 09ebare Fund" aDd dobe D. Yoder of Moore Haven were there are local Jobs or local relatives McBride had completed his accidentally discharged. '
g II the etham re-elected: as directors of the to assume the responsibility morning routine of Janitorial McBride apparently lived for '.
the Police De- Glades County Sugar Growers the committee feels that work and apparently sat downto about a minute and had gone i
'or MM. S. P. Cooperative for three year terms such help as is needed (especially rest In a room generally used Into the adjoining office before I
.testa, fit TIle ClearbtoaM at the annual meeting held Sat- by families with children) HENRY BOWDEN ALBERTO MORAELLHalfback for visual aid to clean: or checka falling to the floor at which time .
urday In Moore Haven. can best be given by assistancein .38 Derringer pistol which he the pistol was thrown approx'i
Ike. was a man and a wife The meeting and dinner was reaching a field where Jobs ] generally carried because of his mately 14 feet from the body
tbree children reports well attended as 45 of the 53 cooperative can be obtained. early morning opening activitiesat Whaley said.
i P. Sonaker, who helps members were represented The committee isn't such a the company office. About Officers made a complete .
tt according to Roger M. "soft touch" that anyone can go Second team 7:30.: McBride had given a fellow check of the office and nothing
Weeks president of the Coop to It and receive a handout, but workman change for a soft appeared out of place or missIng .
will erative. the genuinely needy cases all drink machine and less than ten which would have Indicated
anta Members present approvedwith pass through one channel and minutes later was found by the foul play
enthusiasm the reports few can be so hard-hearted that ,1Ne company founder. The coroner's Jury 'was em-
given by the president, general they would deny this aid to p Possible foul play was eliminated planeled by Justice of Peace Ed- .
manager Luis deArmas agriculture those applying t"t y as Sheriff Dyess and Chief die Crosby. Other officers! assisting
Fullback r
'sit here supervisor W. E. Bolton, rAM of Police Wendell Whaley reconstructed In the Investigation were '1
chief accountant Doyle M. Jones the events The officers Deputy Sheriffs Slrman Dyess,
chief engineer Enrique Tonarely pointed out to members of the Leslie Carlton and City Patrol J ic,
; F. C. Schaffer representing Woman badly I It coroner's Jury that the path of man Charles Roberts.
Thursday Arthur G. Keller Inc engineer.
lag consultants and Luis Navia ,

comptroller. hurt by J Clewiston returns to Suncoast ::' lit
titi! Chars will come noisfly Technical difficulties In the gun t '
rives oo the morning before expansion of the mill have been
mass to pas out ice cream worked out and the mill Is grind. Mrs. Lonnie T. Ridgdill of conference effective next year II
tit children and invite them lag approximately 4.000 tons of Bare Beach was In serious con- +

.1 s teuton\ show at the local cane per day. with the highest dition tal yesterday in Hendry after General a gun HospU accident The Clewlston Tigers were'officially grade this year and will add a "
55tr. total to date slightly over 4,200 .
Monday evening in which accepted as membersof 12th grade next year. r
tons.The a .22 calibre bullet entered her the newly reorganized Sun- The administrative organization
directors will hold a re- stomach coast Conference last Thursdayat Is not complete and a meeting 1'
organizational meeting later Mrs. Ridgdill was transferringa a meeting held In West Palm has been scheduled for early ,
this week. Directors are Roger rifle from the front to the ... Beach'according to Supervising ) January to complete league ,
AfOd. Weeks Frank Yaws Roy' D. rear seat of her car when it JOHN McGEE Principal C. J, Chapman. plans. Tentative plans call for ,
Lundy. V. R. Beardsley Char went off. The accident occurredon EDWIN CATO JAMES DANA The new Suncoast Conferencewill each lower division team to 't

les E. Lykes, James E. Beards- a woods road near Immokalee Tackle! .. End Tackle ... be divided into two groups play the other members of that
ley-,Robert H. Bass, Ray D. where her husband was engaged .. which are presently known. as division and possibly teams In :w 4,
y Yode>;. : I,. Ewell, Luis de"Armas In a drag line operation Upper and Lower Divisions, The the Upper Division. The schedule .
had come astride a fire and Lloyd D. Witt. Ridgdill said his wife had honor Upper Division will consist of however for next season '
.rK nther than a sleigh and driven to the scene where they Oil well spacing Fair will schools with over 350 boys In may vary slightly because of
the three grades and it Includes previous schedule commitments,
:rJirt! up his ice cream and Rardin Park were preparing to take equipment top e
imitlot shop on the used out of the woods. It was USSC officialsDirectors Vero Beach Fort Pierce Chapman said
I ill at !the corner of Sugar- rainy and cold, he said and his Riverla Beach Palm Beach
4 ud Central The time of honors publisherRardin wife was sitting in the car with favors Sun OilPermission of the Hendry County Forest Hills Lake Worth and r

jrtvil to the tune of tirent Park In Palm Beach the windows closed. He said he Fair and Livestock Show Seacrest Stores add.'
IlIeduIed for 10 a.m. An had never carried a loaded gun voted night to honor The Lower Division will include $
county was dedicated Sunday to space oil wells ISO-acre spacing rather than to Tuesday .
Jtos art Invited. afternoon In a ceremony honoring In the car before and that his on a 160-acre basis Instead of require that the landowners the United States Sugar Corp, Belle Glade, Clewlston, ,
"Iii" the IM cream eating Itud wife knew little about guns. Stuart. Pahokee, Boca Raton hours : i
Paul Rardin. publisher of the usual 40 acres in developing prove the necessity for the 40- its president and vice presidents evening
r ill from Mrs. Ridgdill was taken to the Jupiter and Okeechobee. : .
annual fair to
at the 13th
the Everglades News at Canal the Sunoco Field at Felda has acre spacing. ",
"*tan and girls are entered,, Point, who retires from the Hendry General Hospital where been granted the Sun 011 Com Governor Bryant said he favored be held February 22.29. division figures last for boys were In the Belle lower Clewfeton store nave seta 1
dunes are invited to walk Palm Beach county commission she underwent an operation. pany by the state cabinet the 160-acrt spacing because In other action they approved year Clewlston 110 schedule ef lonfer din
Glades 179, ;
cat i lilt street to the movie Complications'.et in, however numbers
January first. Rardin has Conservation Director Ran. If a mistake was made on adding entertainment 108 for t b e convenience of
condition Stuart 266, Pahokee ; Jupiter
nd see about hour of and Ridgdill said her
an that basis It could be correctedby to the Mist Hendry County
I"*favorite served for twenty years on the criticalRidgdiU dolph Hodges told the cabinet In 134; Okeechobee 146 and Boca Christmas shoppers And ,
L cartoons. board. at present is Tallahassee that Sun had agreed the drilling of more wells. beauty contest on Thursday Raton 54 for the 9th and 10th new all stores, say "Open
for the
| leant 11 under the is an engineer
aus- night to serve as previews for
'If made mistake 40 "
to the 160-acre spacing for a 12- we a evenings mill Christmas.
midway added llth
located which
111 The Park Is Railroad grades a
the LIons Line
Club with Atlantic Coast musical .
could the Friday night entertainment
said never
11 acres
between Pahokee and Belle month period Instead of the Minafen and clerks My
|111\l fcllj serving as chair- The Hendry County .
be corrected.
and months the company had previously they will star at the stores
the lake shore
K the Glade near WEATHER RETORT
committee assistedfcwVann.LarryLee requested. Landownerswho Landowners eager to share In Farm Family will also be u long u thetr customers
Lou was recently of landscaped the paving upon and had asked for enforcement royalties from the wells had honored during the Friday night Temperature,and rainfall for who vials to buy.' They are

PW'II- date wd Calvin Walters. completion of the park facilities. Roy Langdale of the 4 -lcre spacing agreed to sought to have one well on each program. the past week. The reports are not setting any definite boor
l building
ot the event, anIs this arrangement 40 acres so as to tap the oil pool Unless unforseen business requires for the 24-hour periods endingat for closing. since! this will
1 West
Dec 19 last week Judge Russell Morrow of more quickly the directors will not
amount ef
Meanwhile drilling was haltedon 8 a.m. on dates Indicated. depend on the
awed back to the 24th- Palm Beach was the speaker meet again until the regular
Illrt and low traffic In their stores.
inexplosion Collier Co No 1-A well
!lithe injured SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
big day the afternoon. southeast of Felda after the January 26 meeting accordingto temprriturce Rainfall Those who wise to shop ra
drills had reached down 11,493 Supervising principal C. J. President Ernie Miller Dec 10 70-60 .03 the evenlnn would do themselves .
feet. Walter Erwin, Sun geologist Chapman has announced that Present at the meeting were Dec. 11 77-65 0 and the clerks a fator .
EWE( success story. said that cores taken from school will be dismissed at 1:25: Miller. Frank Veltre. Gratton Dec. 12 80-62 0 If they win start their
.. the well Indicated a po..iblegood on Friday December IS for the George, Mrs. Oscar Willie Jud Dec. 13 84-62 0 shopping as early as pout- i
Roy Langdale of Moore Haven production although he Christmas holidays Dunaway. O. P. Gauldlng Bob Dec. 14 82-59 trace ble. since the store will not
was serious injured in a pointed out that this well was Classes will resume on Monday Adams, Ted. Gallo and S. H. Dec 15 79-56 0 remain open U customers
welding explosion while working 15 feet lower than the highly January 4th. Stalls Dec. 18 69-56 0 do not show up .I
DODGE on the Bass Ranch Monday successful Red Cattle No. 2 I
morning he said brought up the
According to available Information bole might be close ':
fear that the

while Langdale the accident was welding occurred on to the will salt not water be table.known The until results Simmons injured in wreck Monday I I

about five miles .
LOW-PRICE a trailer hitch the well begins to produce.A
south of US 27. crew was on the way from Curtis Simmons of Clewlston and chest Injuries and because: Th. tractor-trailer was driven Officer Chuck Roberts Investigated :
Langdale was rushed to Hen- Mississippi yesterday to sink UM a mechanic was seriously injured of his condition police deferred by Elmer Woolen of Tampa the accident said It hap. ,
dry General Hospital by R. H. last permanent casing, one ol5ft early Monday morning talking to him.,No charges will employed by the West Coast poised at <::40 a.m. and that ,
Bass where he Is presently recuperating at Inch diameter which will when his pickup track was In be made until be is well enough Fertilizer Company of that city.It there was a heavy fog at the :, I I
ALL-NEW from a large gash reach within a few feet of the collision with a tractor-tolUe to tell what 1M believes happened. was rented from the Ryder time. The scene was only a I
the base of his ribs. wen bottom. The tubing, through on Route 27 at the Western end He Is confined In St Mary's Truck Service short distance from the Hendry
The exact cause of the explo- which the oil flows to the surface of the city. Both vehicles were hospital 1* West f aim Beach.:. Chief W. A. Whaley. who with General Hospital .
lion has not been determined will be the final pipe place- proceeding: east at the time. r. .a.1., O' % .J -
r | Dodge Swept le pickup trucks according to Mrs. Ba... ment. Simmons was thrown from I
"At the moment everythinglooks his email truck as It rolled over t
children good" Erwin said. "Butit after the Impact It was badly
*A deluxe cab, f fully quipptd, rtady t* jo Teach your will take several days of testIng crushed
before we can accurately. Simmons suffered serious head
traffic safely assess the possibilities.
The cores taken from the well
Only $1777.77 showed rock with good porosity Early
and contained no salt water. ;paper

Further testing and laboratory

hr m Fantastk Wttk D c'10 to Dsc.l 17 study will be necessary: before due next week
the answer Is known.
Approval of the 160-acre: spacing -
many to choose froin FORa for the wells had been recommended : The Christmas Issue of The
both by Hodges and Clewlston News will be printedand
state distributed Tuesday afternoon -
Dr. Robert 0. Vernon. on
t BECK' MOTORS i geologist Vernon said that next week In order to 1f .
more oil companies would be round out the week's work of

Tor DEPENDABLE Dad* DoeIor likely to come into the state publishing three newspapers before

Flo. ..... TV 3.1305 and more people benefit more Christmas Day, ,
Issue should T-
rapidly with the broader .pac1D Any news for the
be turned la to the newspaper : I
spacing approval Is not office not later than Monday. !t __
ziss I who< Publish*! this) advertisement In a tome- final The however. The cabinet will The staff will work Friday and _
0 D a s last week's New telephone lb.Qf e TURHIHG CARS review the agreement to decide Saturday of this week on next

morrslnq about 10:3 to report> to phen whether to make It permanentor week's Issue and any news that
gas.s. reduce the acreage. can be turned In at that time

d bad b ursold of the trucks descuIbd In Attorny General James Kynes will be greatly appreciated:
had of ClewistonPolice cabinet that It must expect The News office will be closed
nod oUl g would. customers City told
December 24th
that the othe company prove on Thursday
necessity for continuing the and Friday, December 23th. Remains of truck driven by Curtis Stnunoosi which was hit by a semHraetof cmd'traIlerpestitutefoIksneedyou
./ said Beck. "W know folks read Department
D -"tea Newg advertig.mmh, 6

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Two THE CLEWETON NEWS dewiiton. Florida Meeting reminderAnyone Former Clewiston

Thursday December IT, 1964 It's history now. Interested In playingin resident injuredRobert

the Men's City Basketball '
is asked to attend a Dye, former residentof II I give
THIRTY YEARS AGODecetr.Vr the Red Crosi la authorized to League every
THE CLEWISTON NEWS ( ZI, 131 ...... ofOeirictoa assist In such disasters when a meeting to be held at the high dewiston when he workedfor
the Atlantic Coast Line Rail ,:tent
school gymnasium tonight Dec. ,
News) large number of families are
Published Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewifton. road clerk-telegrapher, recently
as a
every 17 at 8 o'clock. 2nd
of the
A testing of operation Involved and the need la greater gallon
Florida, by The dewiston News Inc.. a Florida Corporation. four hurricane gates, at dew than their families and localagencies Teams will be organized and was seriously; Injured in FREE
Entered aa Second Clasp Matter February 1, 1927 at OWPo.t Belle Glade short workout held. an automobile accident In Dun-
iston. Lake Harbor are able to provide.
Office in dewiston. Florida, under the Act of Congress of and Canal Point confirmedtheir Marlyn Harn recovered froma Those unable to attend are dee where he now lives He Is when you buy

March 3. 1879. Subacrrption perfect operation. Super bullet wound near his heart, asked to contact Phil Roland, married to the former. Geneva
ARID Bates M.tO per year intendent Selger of the Virginia received when he and a com athletic director of the Youth Thfelen of dewiston.
:\,: (Return Postage Guaranteed) Center, that name maybe Dye; formerly a clerk-tele
Bridge and Iron Company was panlon Donnie Davis, were target so your MARY
of added to the list. The tele- grapher for the railroad In CARTER
BERYL BOWDEN. in the party a group shooting. A 22 caliber rifle
1; AC11VI Publisher U.S. Engineers. Major General was fired as Davis climbed phone number is YU 32171. Halnes City before being transferred
Io1UoIId J, oC Edward M. Markham, chief of down from a truck the boys to Dundee as agent, received
'b s. R. STW Engineers. Washington made an were riding 1D, and the weaponwas THOMAS PROMOTED Injuries to his back, neck
> .lase Managing EdItor inspection trip and observed the discharged.An and legs. PAINTSat
nON n' gates' operation also the same exhibit of the paintings by; Eric C. Thomas, ion of M. A.
week. Madeleine Martin, local artist, Thomas of dewiston hm been
NATIONAL EDITORIAL, \4j1ON ) Congressman J. Hardin Peterson in the dewiston Public Library promoted to Master Sergeant as Glades girl will

C6TIjd N 1 of Lakeland was In dewis was highly; successful of Dec. 1.Thomas. AI Fuller's COUNTRY STORE
IA c ton on a visit. Ruth McGehee stricken with who recently com- be Junior queenMiss
A local baseball league woundup bulbar polio on Labor Day, returned pleted a year of duty In the
Telephone: Businesf: and Editorial. YUkon 31201Mvert1.lln its season with a double from St. Mary's Hospital Aleutlons, Is now stationed at June Harris, 13 year old Complete line of paints and supplies
Rates on application. The management reserves header on Klwanis Field. The In West Palm Beach to enjoy the Blythevllle. Ark. Air Force daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
the right( to reject any objection advertisementl Engineers opposed Kiwanis and Christmas with her family. Base. nlus Harris, of Belle Glade will Over 1500 colors to choose from.
THE! NEWS M mM oo rMponslblllty for the return of ..- U.S. Sugar played the High be the Junior Orange Bowl
solicited nunuKrlpU: or phologreph. School in the final game of the Queen at the annual New Year interior exterior $4.98 I
Tale NEWS awum.. no I4n .oIal rwon-ikilllr for lfPj season.. gal. &
event in Miami this UD
mmlHloni la KT.rtl but If year. *
or graphical neb rror.l tr-ori"before.r the Dint luu of U. paper. will "print_ correctly -. Manning Carter and Doris e sonny sez. June Is the first Belle Glade ..r..n-l' rr-H- ualoscla'l
la tho ttit event part a tlm.of oho element a'.nl..n'would render In whlo the the oornotloii error _II"Iuoh. '"- Redisb were married in a surprise girl to enter the contest. This Is EAST 8T7QAKLAND HIGHWAY
... the News' will reduce th. price of thoI4..rttoom.nt\ M a. ceremony In Moore Haven. year the contest committee an-
amount equal to the pre.nu of the total opaoo a* the errorSoul CLEWISTON, nolmA
nounced they wished to find a
or omitted copy rpr.>.nt'". TWENTY YEARS AGO Among the happiest people in accompanying guitars, two banJos "typical teen ager" for Junior \1 1'1.: PHONE
(From Clewlitoo News, dewiston Sunday night were and string\ bass and came Queen. June's friends and family N' moo 1

December 15, It<<) Mr. and Mrs. Alberto F Mor- and come forth with Dixieland say she fills the bill completeb' -
tell as their son Alberto sign a music as well as folk music.
The to .
temperature dropped /
More cautious than usualThe 28, bringing a blanket of frostto scholarship agreement with Each member of the group. She Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Be Wise Advertise In The
the Everglades.N. Mississippi State. plurp at least two instruments.The Charles H. Jones of dewiston. Ne

Christmas season is a time for all motorists to be V; S. Mumford was elected The incident adds a happy boys made their debut at
more cautious than usual In their driving. Everyone is a worshipful master of the Moore chapter in the life of the Mor the Lion's Ladles night recently
little excited during this season, and most people are more Haven Lodge, of the Masonic rell family who were forced to and were well received.
Order, succeeding W. C. Owen.E. leave their home In Cuba several -.- WILSON'S
tired than usual.Pedestrians
W. McLeod Bare Beach years ago. Albeto was a Most of us blush every now
often loaded down with packages, and
are Plantation Superintendent, brokea star athletic at Pahokee duringhis and then and now It Is time for 3
are In a hurry, too. leg In a fall from the water freshman and sophomore Trooper Lew Tydlngs to be red BAKERITE lbs. 59
Children bless them, are starry-eyed with visions of the tower at the camp. He had years before moving to dewis faced. Seems he was motoring
season, and dreams of Santa Claus. It is necessary that climbed the tower to get a better ton where he continued to ex- down the highway the other day
motorists be more careful than usual to keep a watch over view of a fire on the planta cel In sports A dislocated shoulder and a cow got in his way. Con-
them. tion. which kept him out of three siderable damage to Lew's
H. A. Bestor spoke on the of the football games this fall, pride, minor damage to the pa- LIQUID KOUNTY EST
need for an overall program of did not dull the enthusiasm with trol car and total loss to the
The labor problemThe water conservation In South which college scouts sought the cow were reported. CORAL qt. 59c CORN 2 cans 2
Florida at the meeting of the 190 pound halfback. -ssClewlston's -

U S. Department of Labor is up against its most Soil Science Society of Florida, The signing was actually a relief return to the Sun- MINOT SAUCECranberry. FRESH
' held in Orlando. for Al as his many friends coast Conference will be somewhat
critical labor problem to date, as far as South Florida agriculture .
interests can observe. This is the obtaining of sufficient and friends of his friends encouraged of a nightmare for Coach 2 cans 29c TOMATOES Ib. 1!
TEN YEARS AGO him to consider this Bundy, but it will be a ..ubstanUallncrease .
( labor from domestic to replace the Mexican
sources (From Clewtaton News, school and that school He can In.the financial
laborers who have for entered the U. S. for
many years December 1954)Ford' now concentrate on ending his kitty.
temporary farm work. high school with blaze BORDENSCAN GREEN
Shell Service Station, career a From outward appearances It
The law permitting the Mexican labor to enter the U. S. operated by Lonnle and Ralph of natural ability in basketball, seemed that dewiston pulledout EGG NOG 69c
will expire December 31. Ford opened in a new buildingon baseball and track.Congratulations. from the Ridge, however '. qt. PEPPERS lb.
Secretary of Labor Wlllard Wirtz is undertaking to re Sugarland Highway built by; reports indicate that the move
place the Mexicans with domestic laborers. There is much Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Wuggs. -ss- was encouraged. Rumors have ALTAR BORDENS
skepticism in this area that he will be successful, since The Red Cross aided in rehabilitating A group of high school boys Arcadia going to the White or LARGE
Individual efforts in the past met with colossal failure. six negro families who were making a name for Sands conference; Sebring and MILK gal. 99c
Wirtz plans an emergency task force of affiliated em who lost their all In an apartment them selvesas Dlxlelanders Avon Park to the SW Florida CELERY ea.
ployment agencies of the federal and state governments, house fire in Harlem. Miss have modernized themselves to Conference; Lake Placid is going
and Charlie Vosberg, field representative become "the Modern Folk Quin- Into the Caloosa group
is setting up four such teams in Florida, four in California 4-LB. BAGAPPLES
assisted in handling tette. along with Frostproof and FRESH
three in Texas and one in Arizona. They are to
the loan
meet with employers, get detailed Job orders for labor, application, explaining Joe Elder, Warren Fletcher, after this year the Ridge Conference 39c CUCUMBERS 3 for 1
will be a thing of the
then move into others areas to recruit the labor. Danny Quinton, Duncan Marrow
Past experience has been that such efforts will not produce and Billy; Perry; place themselves past.

the labor to get the work done. Too often, when freeze a group of instruments
EDWARDSI'lulubing including a trumpet, sax, clarInet Florida's Christmasis PORK CHOPS FRESH PORK
or other disasters have produced temporary bread linesof
trombone, string\ bass,
unemployed laborers, employers from South Florida Repair drums, 12-strln..ultar with'two CENTER CUTS ....... Ib. 39cBOSTON BUTTS lb. 3
farms have offered jobs, only to be turned down. The few R'placemcnts.InstDlllltions colorful one FIRST CUTS ...........:::::::..: -. .
workers obtained from the bread lines are undependable,
do not stay on the job, and after a few days have movedon Pearcy Memorial! may dream parts of a of"White the country Christ FRESH GROUND

to Some other) feeling areas. that the job will not be easy is seen InWire's Trouble"Septic Tank Shooting A visitors mas", bur are local alike residents In enjoying and NECK BONES 2 IBs. 25c HAMBURGER 2 Ibs. 9<

statement that "The success of our efforts will depend- books on displayThe Florida sunshine And reveling
upon the willingness of our employers to offer attractive Specialty" the many; beautiful flowers In
wages and working conditions, and of the willingness and ('nil VU 6711 Memorial bloom at this season. TENDER FRESH
Pearcy Books,
availability of qualified domestic workers to take agricultural 325: !; Ventura Tops on the list Is the Poln-
each '
bearing a Memorial Plate
jobs." with name of the former Veterans beautiful settla which this is particularly BEEF LIVER lb. 29c DRESSED HENS lb. 4'
year, perhaps
Service Officer, DouglasPearcy
growing conditions have been
have been received and excellent.
Many; annuals are
are on display at the dewiston
Public Library. also lawns brightening, yenta and the petunias gardensand ,
In keeping with Pearcy's In- FRAN K'S
chrysanthemums and roses, cro.
tense Interest in youth and devotion tons and
Jew4r Gifts hibiscus, all of them
to history and to the
I 1 1FOR are doing their best to add to
Heritage of Freedom, the gaiety of the segos
the books are In this field! and The Brazilian (called
are for Junior, youth and adults. the Florida holly pepper by some) Is Grocery "Market,

THAT KEE PON GIVING: I' valued Many; exceptionally volumes on fine historical and loaded with bright red berries,
despite the fact that In this ROME
I events and tradtlons are Included. -
mixed up year of 1964 it also ra. YU s-im
Students will find them excellent a WE DELIVER e 1'1.I YO 3.1451a1rlattmzrlK
brought forth red berries in July.
EVERYONE ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST supplementary; readingto

history and civics courses, as ','''....,."....'",...,........-..-.-.---.--. -. -- -. ...,...... . .
well as being pleasurable with- -.OCIIOCI(''' ." ....''''...... "'................ocC'C'C'CICGJETt'IDE' '

ladies' Gifts % Men's Gifts in themselves.The books. were purchasedwith

funds given as a memorial.
Diamonds J. Tie Bars to the late Douglas O. Pearcyby f e
; many of his friends.
Charm Bracelets Tie Tacs The following books, now. on 111011GIFTS

and CharmsKrementz display In the group, will be
Cuff Links shelved 'and ready; for circula-
tion this week: '
Jewelry Boxes Key Chains Indian Captive-Lola Lenskl
America's Robert E. Lee-Henry -
George Washington-Ingrl D'Au

BraceletsBULOVA Ulre Coty Revlon Laimant and Eve- *
America's Paul Revere-Esther Old Spice Yardley, Max Facto

& ELGIN Forbes ning in Paris Gift Sets Shaving Sets
Mr. Bell Invents the Telephone.Katherlne *
Watchesh B. ShIppen Lipstick Nail Polish, Lotion, Billfolds, Golf.Practice Sets, T<]

1 The Voyages Armstrong of Christopher Sperry Columbus Comb and Brush Sets Billfolds bacco Pipes. Cigars.

China BiblesDecorative Betsy Ross-and the Flag Jan*

John Paul Jones, Fighting Sail '"

i 1! \'S FOSTORIA (flex Serving Trays The Armstrong Explorations Sperry of Fere Mar FOR THE CHILDREN. FOR THE FAMILY. .

I Gorham and TowleSTERLING GREETING CARDS quette-Jim KJelgaard Vaccuform and
Rogers' Rangers and the French Casting Universal' Appliances SHcir

+! ,J Smith and Indian War Bradford Sets, Barbie Dolls Soldier Games Knives Steam Iron Coffemalic f

"j I -I. I West BeadALUMINUM Remington Cordless The Swamp Fox of the Revolution and Guns Cowboy Gun and ,, Hand Mixer Vibrat
-Steward H. Holbrook
j Holster Sets
WARE Shavers The Story of the First World Phonographs. Massager Buffet Server & Ha

.... War-Col. Red Reeder
WESTCLOX hei Dryer Electric Clocks.
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The First Book of World War I
i t' Men's Louis L. Snyder
1 i 1 JEWELRY BOXES The First Book of World War II Let Us Help You Make Your
FoPEN BOXESLighters Louis L. Snyder Gift Selections
., i EVENINGS CULTURED From Pearl Harbor to Okinawa

j ] Bruce Bliven, Jr.
': UNTIL Pearls Ironclads of the CIvil War -

American Heritage
dipper Ships and apta1na.- '
Luggage Sugar

) ,;1 '. \ For a very special gift American Pilgrims! HeritageThe and Plymouth Col p land .
:: : : ony-American Heritage Zi e _
Discoverers of the New World e
Bond American Heritage Rexall

t Jewelers Thomas American Jefferson HeritageAir and His World Pharmacy

War Against Hitler's Ger All CbrUtmos: Cord "Home Owned
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III, and their pedal duties, area dent, and Bob
Methodist follows: Evelyn Lee Pearce and Miss gallon will take part In the Meeting held \ Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three

first Lambs and shepherds, Mrs High lighting of candles symbolizing Thursday, December 17, 19(4 Sugarland Singers
Fred Vend, Mr. J. O. Davidson School boys will serve the light brought Into the worldat
Mr*. Bob Pearce, Miss as ushers the coming of Christ. A by Witnesses
ageant Sunday Harriet Denslow. Joe Sexton is in charge of church-wide fellowship will follow Delegate from Clewlston -- Christmas Concert

P Director of Mary, Joseph, lights. in the church hall were present at a three-day religious I"
? Chrlstma act Big Angel and Cherubs Mrs Dr. L. G. Vaughan, Jr. is di "Peace Among Men" will be ceremony- held by Je A Review by j
i sI t tt Methodist Church wmill' M. H. Peers. Mrs Major Lee. rector of the Junior choir. the theme of the carol sing on hovah's Witnesses in Klsslmme Jack ftoott. Bandmaster '
If at Osceola Avenue, Directors of kings candle- Karol Endicott has been as Wednesday December 23. at over the weekend. M I If '
) traditlOllal pageant pre.evening bearers and ushers-Mrs. R. K. signed the roll of Mary: Steve 1.00: p.m. The Clewlston group was led The Christmas Concert presented f\\
SilPday at 7:30: Causseaux, Mrs. L. G). Vaughan Calasslni will play the role of by Robert W Osborn, presiding by the sugarland singers, 4 I Ii!
]\\4 bOy. and girls of Jr.Directors. Joseph; Cindy Ralney will be Methodists make Witness minister The theme of Clewlston's community choir, -'W 1 ,i
site L. 0Jr. the directed Dr. L. O. .\
ool. Mr' of angels and races big angel and Beverly Tyd- the Assembly was "Speak The by Vaughan
.p.r chairman of the of man-Mr.. Elbert Hooker legs and Michele Rainey will Christmas Word of) God With Boldness." Jr. was a resounding success In j
on Educe- be cherubs. plans every sense A large appreciative !!
Commission Mrs. H. W. Murphy, Mrs. Don
A gathering of 1,230 people
JCh'1 the paleant.JIC Galasslnl, Mrs Ircel Other audience war treated to aprogram "!
II *ecting fnished by the Knedler. angels will include Kar- Methodists will hold a ChrIstmas were in attendance on Saturdaywhen of choral music at its f
a *ill be Mrs. David Prompters, Mra. Calvin Walters mel Knedler, A. Hall K. Stalls, Eve service of Holy Com a two hour flint entitled"Proclaiming best. ,;oa I
chOir, and orlaoiaLjItCIO and Mrs. David A. Den. G. Sexton C. Vaughan. K. Da. munion Thursday, Dec 24, at 'Everlasting Good I
will be the vidson D Avant. S. Adams 130 :Hews Around World Except for "Jingle Bell Tray.elogue" .
slow F. : pm. at the church 325 the was f"4
:IIIOD belpinl Mr. Va\llh. In charge of costumes, Mrs. Crofut. Sarah Ann Comrie. P. West Osceola Avenue. Membersof hown. An even larger crowd \\4 this wa a program of ,1'lJ, : i
Perkins quality choral music both In selection
Fred Slkes and Mrs. E. E. Ed- and L. Flshbach. other Christian denominations was present when Joseph Sala, "
and Dr.
wards. Races of man will be portrayed are Invited to attend also 'Witness Supervisor and traveling f presentation. .r..
""* Prepara t Ion of by R. Baker J. Ed and take part In the service. minister, delivered the main Vaughan is to be commended ;: '
programs wards. C. address- the "Our DI.. for his fine selection and prep-
* f PsLCU Mottley, Kathy Lee, Commenting the on subject j
Mrs. Curtis Fry Mrs. DavidH. on service, fri't aratlon for this program of choral ;,
PaUlson and Mrs D,1. En- and Sherry Rainey, Bubba Avant the Rev. David A. Denslow vided"World Is It Here To music. No cute or trick novelty :;
Cladeof. ; Chuck Lewis. pastor of the church said "At- Stay?
]IeIIa dlcott :
numbers for this group. r:'
Roseman pastor Big Shepherds are M. Murphy. tendance at this short worship t :

of.I..11Io Sunday Wor.hlp School provided Chancel by decorations the young will adult be B. Pearce W. Wyse and B. service will work wonders In Christmas service ,I" well The prepared concert and was the obviously major .
Tydings, your life. It will
Divine while add
shepherd a deep
...III. Bible Sunday school class under the boys work of the evening, John Peterson'
i p.IDo Wedntsday leadership of S. H. Stalls, pros!- M.are W Davidson K. Causseaux, peace Is and Joy to the merrimentthat Church of GodA r contemporary cantata, ;i
Class Perkins and G. Flshbach Christmas.natural end proper on jj "Night of Miracles" certainly ,+,

Lambs are acted by K. Tyd-- Your Christmas' activities Christmas service will be was the high light of the eve-
begs, Joe Lee Candace Hall and will run more smoothly held at the Church of God, South nln,. The number was excellent .i:
Clewiston Webster Edwards Mary Wal the holiday will seem more'rlght' Pacific street at 7.30: Sunday throughout with some ex t
ten Jeff and Steve Bass Mike because you have" wor evening. ceptionally fine moments. Other '1.
shiped on Christmas Eve. .
Clark and Joe Wyse. j Christmas carols by the choir, numbers included old carols

Kings will be T. Sexton M. a Christmas message by Pastor BARBIE DOLL PROJECT-Each year at Chrlatmat timem.mhera and Christmas songs of various s
Prewitt and Alan Hammock. Eucharist serviceA H. M. Long and a Christmastree of the VFW Auxiliary make wardrobe for Barbie national origin as well as the

Church Directory Candlebearers will be Chip with gifts will comprise the Dolls In a prolecl that make money for Its ChrUt- children'- song from the hum-
Edwards and Mike Galasslnl. midnight Eucharist Service program. mas baaket program. It amount to expert dreesmanklng; perdlnk opera, "Haensd and
Reader is Pastor David Den- will b, held at St Martin's There will be no service at on a miniature acale. Shown with such dolls are Mr*. Gretel". This writer particularly
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN slow. Church on Christmas Eve starting ties church on Christmas day. enjoyed the opening number,
Nellie Clawson (O.ftj) secretary to the Auxiliary and Mrs.Matla
<5SSSS< ? 407 Royal Palm Arena Dress rehearsal at 11:30: pm. with Father "0 Sing Your Songs" by Noble
for the cast Evan, presid.nl.STAFF PHOTO
Clark H. Dorman
Henry H. Ford, Minister officiating Cain.
p.m.8uDda1las. and choir Is scheduled for 2:00: Israel's first bowling center-
,LIDo 1W: The same service will be heldon The choir sang with responsiveness
) .. 1:45: a.m.-Sunday; School p.m. Saturday at the church. with 16 automatic lanes has away at 9.30: pm. on Saturday
Weekday Mass 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Christmas Day at 10:30: a.m. Juat opened In Haifa. VFW Women night at the Dixie Crystal and maturity throughout "
LIDo-DaUy the evening and showed a
Friday Mess.ip1 <::00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow. Theatre
0 LIDo-FIrst ship. Christmas at keen sense of balance and musical ..

, CRRISMri Street CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p.m.-:Choir Practice. Assembly of God The Clewiston of God plan partyA Soloists with the group did a .:..
- K. rratelioe playis fine Job also particularly tenor.......
1 1 Goodrich. Minister The choir of the Clewiston Assembly Christmas party, will be Christmas John Scheffler and Soprano
SchoL,4snCommunion FIRST METHODIST CHURCH held the V.F.W. Auxiliary, Charlette Mlnnlch.
Bttie by
,0 a- of God Is to be featuredin I
331 W. OieeoU plannedThe
and INVITES YOU TO Hawkins Kirk Gordon Post Sensitive and effective accompaniments
Worship Service. David Denslow Pastor morning and evening servicesto 4185, on Dec. 21 at the Post were played by pianists
In.-Comiminloa and 9:45: a-BL-Church School. be held at the church on Sun. Worship This borne Mrs. Carlota kindergarten Morrell class will of Lola Lucas and Shirley

Worship Services 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. day Dec. 20. Mrs. Lewis Kelly Plans for the party were for. a Christmas present featuring Christie.
7:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth will direct the choir. mulated at a regular meeting program '
;&Anj: Christmas Season =e of the auxiliary held Dec. 7. All the play "The FirstChristmas" (
Study Fellowship.CHURCH The :
morning service
lp.m.-BIbls Is to begin tomorrow eveningat Christians namedThe
member are asked to bring a
at 10 a.m. and the eveningat 5 p.m.
OF CHRIST ,gift to be exchanged. ""
PENTECOSTAL 730. MAY CHRIST FILL Presents will be exchanged followers of Christ first ,
will held
g SOt Sooth Central) Avenue The next meeting be
pLODSS) CHURCH J. J. Sullivan, Minister Mrs. Eugene Hingson superintendent YOUR HEART, Jan. 4 when officers from the and sandwiches, eoottee *Mother received the name "Christians" "in" i
served. Par- at Antioch, Syria. One of the
iMtb Clewistonhe. of the Sunday School Third District will be guest of
Pastor Sunday; : ents are invited. first Christian communities outside ,'"
R is
" .I. to give the welcome. Pastor the auxiliary.It "
HUL-Sunday School.ismMornlnl 10.00: a.m.-Bible SchooL James Kimbrel will speak on 215 South Francisco St. James Kimbrel, Pastor was announced that the Classes will start again on Palestine grew up here, reports .

Worship. 11:00: a.m.-Worship. the subject "And We Beheld Bnrble Dolls would be given Jan 4. World Book Encyclopedia.
:'lpB.-3unday Evaajelistiofcntc 7:09: } p.m.-Worship. His Glory."

I *. Wednesday 7:30 p.m.-Midweek: devotionsand Mrs. Hingson is director of :Jm' M!;' TW'BJ''Jt.a3''Jt: : E1 'It' n 8f "' tf '- II -- 11 fl

11 tenter: Bible Study the evening Christmas Service a .,i W.m&a.Jl: _..J1 Jl .Jt.:,,, \i. ", ,tt..m, ..,ItI'
pi-Prayer Servicru.e and Mrs. A. W. Slas will be
e : narrator of a pageant. Adultsare ,
tp.n.-Youth Service. to participate In this servo ""i
H Thrifty
ice. The congregation will sing 'Ii
Soath Clewbtoa old hymns of Christmas. II
nm BAPTIST CHUJtCHBE. Bro. Luther piston, Pastor ... \
.Ventura Avenue 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School. The story of the birth of ". f. H I.

In. Bob L. Christie 11:00 a.m.-Preaching. Christ was presented by the Primary i & ; ., i
LIJI-Sunday School. Tuesday; ; and Junior departmentsof I
::1-Morning Service. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. the Assembly on Wednesday \
LS .Training Union. Friday: night Mrs. James Farrer di .M ''I
Service. rected. A children's choir 'f ... "
Ipjn.-Eveniag 7:30 p.m.-Young People' sang fd ,' > t
Mir: Meeting. carols of the Christ child and .,: I
\ ,
lp.a.-0fficers and Teachers it gifts were exchanged at the con. .,. .... .. 01, '
..' ..... ,.. '.. .t' I I
Meeting.ipnl.Midveek elusion of the program. j .
I Prayer I. .. ..
Highway 720 'IV-- .. -

'ipjL-Cbolr Service.Practice. Rev. VII: Turner, Pastor Beckley The Rev.West Thomas Virginia Waldron, said to of S-TRANSISTOR : 'Jf -. 1'1I1.la.IIW.'II.iIIII.m"m.JI.mI.m.IUI.I' ., ': : :: : ., .: ., .,., :.: I

':CS a.m.-Sunday School. be the first white child to be
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. born In Clewlston and now pastor t IzI1vII'DeLUXE HAIR DRYER llii! I

L CHURCH ICS p.m.-Training Union. of the First Assembly of God "

'(Epbctpal! \) 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship. in Beckley. Is to be the> speakerat I.! wj ,,&,eIIIMUNIVERSAL ,..; .
ZI7 N.Padlle Wednesday; : morning and evening servIces ...
at the Assembly here on r"
:*dark R. Dorman, Vicar 8:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting.CHURCH '. 4 Temperatures
Sunday Dec. 27. The pastor'smother
Smlees: Mrs. Thomas Waldronis TAPE REWRDER A $29.95 Value '. .. ,
'liA-Eirly Eucharist. a resident of Clewis ton anda Regular 22.95 ; ''t .

I OF JESUS, CHRIST and sIster are also $19.95While ]
Service and Hooker Point brother $18.88 & \ I
Church School. residents of the Glades area. TIMEX "
Paul Strickland Pastor Lasts ..
a and Holy Days as an- Supply Ii i
aet."Moil 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Church I WATCHES UNIVERSALS J sI t
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Baptist
I by appointment
; a Large Stock Stainless Steel I

Wednesday 7:00: p.m.;-: Prayer Meeting. plans services"When I Many Styles 8-Place Setting Starlet Hair Dryer $11.88

Will fall BAPTIST Oewistoah CHURCH Saturday 7:00: p.m.; : -Youth Meeting.JEHOVAH'S Christmas Love Contata Was by Born Van Den-" a II $6.95 GIFT$9.95 BOXED '.aetaaastns.n.arr.me: | : o.o..I.um.:: .llIIaJlIIM.' _"1.'iII'. '. I l

.Herb Hlgdon, Pastor WITNESSES man Thompson will be presented ..1D'--.II1"E Re ftliilitBUBlJWBllW: : : '

'la-Sunday ia-Worshlp School.Service. Kingdom Hall-. Osborn dlt W. El PasoR. 7:30: Sunday p.m. at December First Baptist 20 at SAVE ON THIS BARBIE and KEN ,

'UL-BapUrt Union Training Sunday Wafchtoww: Study, Church the by direction the Adult of Mrs.Choir Bob under UNCIVoERfSfAeL.II':: I I WEEK 250 DISCOUNT- ON ALL BARBIE DOLLS

wu-Worshlp Service. 4:13: p.m..Tbeeday. L. Christie. Soloists will be Mrs. WARDROBES ETC.
Bible Stud paw
Mrs. Lillian ONLY
Robert McDaniel .
Il rotherhoocL Thursday' Ministry_ ; School!, 1:10 Kelly, and Mr T H. Jones, Jr. I '.: $14.88 J I See our Large Selection of theee Popular Dolls
p.m. ""'H'"
of the musical
I At the conclusion '' ,
8:30 .iuo' a.m.ruir.aiter.o.r.a.n.l'.B.esm.s.m.wr.oai:
Service Meeting : p.m. 1O-CUP SIZE ':
the coniferS -
1m-kut*J : ot Prayer.' presentation, ': | NOW "".......,.... $1188 I LADY VANITY I''

'WMioir Practice. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONARY CDURCH eeeeeeeeeeeveeMsem __ HAND MIXER .....,. $11.88 Remington 25 'ELECTRIC !:
804 N. Francisco Street s

9:43 a.m.-Sunday
GOD : '
3 11:00: a.m.-Morning WonUp. Q KNIFE 1ik
May II p
F+saelace Street 6:30 p.m.-BTC. IUNDFOIO Regular 29.95 value .
*".Umbrel Worship. _
l Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening
'U Wednesday The man who goes through $21.95 with 2 hollow ground Wcrnrly ;

*I iB.-8unday School. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service. life without Christ Is like a ._.. edged stainless ateel blade.
J Im'4ioming 1 Worship. blindfolded man in a well- Regular $21.95 value -- I

|Im'm-s Church. CHURCH OF COD lighted room. --' _

auFeHatlc SeMce SU Sttlh Faelfle Avenue faltfld' > OTHER ''
I/tl<< $12.95
Rev. H. 11 Long .
'W-CWst's Ambassad- 10:00 a.m.-&nday SchooL UCHl.lftllll.I.ILur.: : :"' AND -- SHAVERS FOR ,
art 11:00 Morning Service. *MIMH r STEAM $15 88 --'-'--"r....,,_ltara.a.ac: I
: a.m-
t m 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship. 9:30: a.m. Sunday< School DRY ............ / ,) MEN( AND Ii"

Fhyer and Bible Wednesday: WorshipTHIS .
11:00 a.m. r i WOMENSTEAM a ,
: lAND
may.m 7:30 p.-Pra.er Service. .' { "

Friday: IS CHRISTMAS '____.all.' I.

Rangers tot 7:30: p.m.: -Young People' Endeavor. Union '
Boyt. 6-15: pm. Training W I, ALUMINUM TREES t l '

1:30: p.m. Worship Cantata ... (;;' I .

pay Church Feature la Sponsored ByRoyat' Christmas a }", II. v


Inc.. Qewi3tonFede.nlFurniture 1 8:00: p.m.WAS Wednesday l ELECTRIC Electrolux $29.95THRIFTY $3.98 II ;

Carol $15.45
< WINGS WAN ASS'M Christmas Service Blanket I

Store Floyd Howell Agent PLEASE AMONG MEN c; i .. re

tysG:51toWPa ,STANDARD OIL COMPANY Nursery '

Pridgen Cities Kelly Tractor Co. TfrstBAPTIST .

Service CHURCH !Ii

Part- Hendry County VEHTIM AT CENTAAL / "' : ';..; ; ,.,..'. ". >; .$ ", -. ".- ..........
Jlxi' : :
n.' lue. Motor Bob''1. Chrtltle, Pastor __%41 ,, ,, : .. _

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rae Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlston, FloridaThursday Girl's tree gets the meats on sal. during 4- Orthodox churches

I December 17, 1984 Dorothy Samis, Fred Osceola month Pt-JOd. By buying chuckon holiday on January celebr
weekend! sale, tNomei taker* Armenians I, at
special deliveryA could hove, saved observe It
10 to 30 cent on

Julia Head circle Dunaway, Mrs R. W. Broder will wed in reservation churchThe special delivery of a Christmas -, a So pounij.remember to shop any cording 1', which to the 1.old Janua stYle,

ick, and Mrs. R. W. Wimberly. tree was made Sunday, not specialsfor J1an calendar t

The Julia Head Circle of the Mrs. Dunaway was chairman of wedding of Miss Dorothy All friends of the families are by Santa Claus or his elves alzetable savings

First Baptist Church held 1U the business meeting in which Samlj and Fred Osceola, both Invited to attend the wedding.' but by members of) the Clewls:: Elks J.

regular monthly meeting on reports were &lveD.Refreshmentl senior students at Haskell Institute Following the holiday the ton Lions Club. They learned How Bethlehem Club par .

Monday night at the home of of Christmas Oklahoma, will take young couple will return to Has KfiSQKAlS that Sandra Tomlinson, young The New Year. j
Mrs Bobby Matheny.In cookies, cakes, coffee and orange place at seven o'clock Monday hell Institute to complete their daughter of Trooper and Mrs. observesV Clewlston Elks ??? J Jt
served. December 21st, in the Dave Tomlinson, was enteringthe Club wW
Juice were evening.
studies. Osceola U being trained "
of the the
charge program was Rev. and Mrs. Joe Colemanand for club Dec, 31
Church, local hospital Monday
Mrs It O. Downs. The them Present besides those mentioned First Seminole Baptist a* a chef. eon, Byron of Sebring! were American* who orviii of a 9 p.m. The Glow sta1
and would miss the
H. C. Danla Reservation.The foot surgery white Christmas Ugh
was "Worship Through Giving above were: guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. with 'Santa Venice will provide
Assisting in the program were Prltchard and Mrs. T. E. ceremony will be per Baldree Thursday.Miss exciting and Interesting projectof .Claus popping down the chlm-! >' the
Mrs. Martha Topper, Mrs S. L. Weathers. formed by the groom's father Rainbow membersare Dean Webb will arrivetoday family: project of decoratingthe ney to the tune of "Jingle Bells'

Rev. Billy Osceola, well-known from Gainesville, where Christmas tree. can thank assorted writers and The Messiah

CCICIIICIiillIoiIt................... .......... ...... .............. as chairman of the Seminole initiated she is a senior student at the En route home from Miami poets and the northern climate
.J Tribal Council. of Florida to spend with the truckload of tree on Christmas in the land of Christ's J Dame "< >1

Miss Sands, a Chocktaw In- Degrees were conferred on University holidays with her mother Sunday, the Lions made a special birth, however, is another mat- the Greek word for
25.26.27BARBER the
DECEMBER dian, has chosen a conventionalwhite Kay Wynn, and Paula Quintonat Mrs. J. L. McDanieU stop at the Tomlinson home ter. aisle," according to Wor
wedding dress. Osceola, a regular meeting of the Order Miss Shirley LaByer of Tin in order for Sandra to enjoy U Whit, is Christmas like In Encyclopedia.

SHOPS WILL CLOSE in deference to his tribe, will of Rainbow for Girls on College, Forsyth Ga. II 1 expected with the family: Bethlehem?

wear a colorful Seminole Jacket Monday, Dec. 7. Suzanne Peers, this weekend for the holidays She Is reported in fine condition There' generally: no snow, for TEAcmas':
worthy advisor, conducted the here with her parents, Mr. and following surgery and expects one thing, for winter are mildin r

Ernie Bill Jack PCA staff honoredat meeting Mrs. Ross LaByer. to receive her Christmas the JudeaQ Hill around Bethlehem One teacher to another
Each member were asked to Miss Carolyn Owens will arrive presented under the tree in her reports World Book En only Is he the

bake at least two dozen: cookiesto Saturday from Miss Vaih* own home on Christmas morn- cyclopedia. No Santa Claus listens child in school worst h

tjhMtMtMiMifcMiiiMiiiMJiMifc dinner partyThe be sold at the Sugarland Sing U'. School for Girls in Thoma- 10,. to children' plea, for he'* perfect but he

ers' concert on Friday night ville, Ga. to spend the holiday an American Invention based on attendance recd
Board of Director of the
Prizes were awarded to girls at home with her parents, Mr. a European saint And there's
Bradenton Production Credit
who' sold the most Christmas and Mrs. C. B. Owen and Happy Birthday probably no decorated Christmas
Association honored their personnel and tree in the
cards decorations. The first family. village square;
and families with a prizes of 100 points was awarded Ben Carlin left last weekendfor that custom originated In Ger
Christmas dinner party at Ry December IT Phil FOR
to Sheila Carlton who sold month many. SALE
Texas for ,
Bolton, Mrs. Mary
der's Congress Inn, Port Charlotte Nancy
(78 worth. Second prize of 75 then plans to start another Job Instead, the focal point of
:: Florida, Saturday night, points was awarded to Suzanne in Montgomery, Ala. Be 1* engaged Ball Christmas in Bethlehem is the NEARLY NEW
December 12th.
TRW Peers; third prize of 50 pointsto in construction work. December Clyde Carter Church of St Mary of the Nativity

# The located association'in Bradenton home officeis with Julie Vaughan and the fourth Mrs. Carlln and the childrenwill Shirley LaByer, Mary Eleanor supposedly built over the 2-BEDROOM CBS HOMESAVE$60

prize of 25 points to Becky remain in dewiston until Milton spot where Jesus was born.
branch offices in Wauchula and
Spires. Sheila was escorted to the close of the school term. December 19 Tubby Owens, Here pilgrims from all over the
Clewlston. Attending from Bra- the East where she was given a John Owen arrived last week Mr. Mildred Yates, Sue Cor- world gather\ on Christmas Eve. $ (
denton-Palmetto Mr. and
Ill :
J. 4 Mrs. Herbert E. were Cook Mr. and special prize by Mr. Godbey. from Pensacola where he has bin First there is carol-slnglng in
'= letter his Marine 20-J. W. Ezelle Helen the squire facing the church.
Mrs Walter H. Toft. Jr., Mr. A from Fatty Duncan been stationed with December UNDER NEW CC
aryTfEuu and Mrs. Paul Swart Mr. and was read to the assembly and unit He has a month's leave Weetman Ellssa Miller, Then all enter for the solemn Buyer had to ,

.... .. Mrs. Ray Elam and Miss Ma- the girls were asked to turn In and will report at the end of Mrs. Glenn Jackson midnight mass. After the service state and sacrifice moves c
.IIU.7 "" rote Guthrle; attending from their point sheets at the next this time to Camp LeJeune, N.C.. December 21'- Leona White, an image of Christ Is carried ec
meeting.' Miss Beverly Etherton and P. Jer In a procession down into EXCELLENT
Wauchula were; Mr and Mrs. Bruce Beardsley, W. FINAN(
Jack E. Wellington, Mr. and Miss Jackie Goldman, student nlgan, Sandra Swayne White, the grotto, and 1 Is placed .in a BY OWNER
Mrs. E. F. Adams, Mr and at Jacksonville University Jack- Dave Stockman, A. L. Ballard manager where It lies until Jan-
Mrs. Dwight Prince, Mrs. Eugene Dance festival sonville, Fla. are spending the nary t, Jhe Feast of the Epi

Long and Miss Patricia holidays,at their homes in dewIs December 23-Jimmy Weetman, phony ImmediateOccupancy

Portal Attending from Clewls ton. Virginia PoMU, Hugh Carleton .- After this ceremony, some
ton were: Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle is big success'More Mr, and Mrs. James Farm may wander Into the fields outside

R. Downing and Mr. and Mrs. of the Elementary School faculty December 23 Frances Small the town, where perhaps
Avln Fischbach. Mrs. H. L. plan to spend the Christmas shepherds long ago heards the
Richard B. Owen, Leo Wheeler -
than 200 person, Including in
Gainsborough Bums from Smyrna, Georgiawas vacation with her family news of the birth of Christ
31 entertainers, Mrs. Harold Lang
petite Lansing, Michigan.Mrs. 415 W.
Beautiful Simulated a guest All this takes place, of Alverde
J'' present at the Sugarland Auditorium F. L. Dunaway In 1m- December 24-W. C Owen, Jr., course,
Pearls with soft, The party was held In a private on the eve of December 25. But
on Tuesday night for the W. Orville Morgan ST.. Foy Phone YU
luster J + room which was beautifully mokalee with her son, AlfredU. that's not the end of Christmas 3-2151
creamy Christmas D a n e. Festival Dunaway, and family for Durrence, Maolee. Duckworth,
One Strand 85.00 ti decorated with an ornamented in Bethlehem. For the Eastern
? ? staged by the Barbara Comrie several days. Roy L. Cox, Mrs. R. M. Davidson
tree and all accoutrements.A .
Two Strand .. 87.50 Dancing School Velma Fischbach.
y Mr. and Mrs Ernest Burke
delicious dinner and -
Thr.. Strand 810.00 3 gift exchange ------ ... .
was enjoyed by all. The Proceeds from the affair went and Mrs. T. L. Tanner were In --------.c

employees presented their general tor the purchase of a bassinet LaBelle Tuesday visiting her
;I F manager, Mr. Herbert E. and a Polaroid camera for the parents Mr and Mrs Van Births-

Cook, with an attractive gift nursery of the Hendry General Burke. Parkinson'sOPEN
; Hospital. The bassinet was presented Mr. and Mrs. J. V Tanner
to Mrs. Anna Mae Jones and children of Immokalee were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred U. Dun-
Christmas program hospital administrator at the visiting relatives and friends In away of Felda are the parent EVENINGS TIL CHRISTMAS

close of the event Clewlston Monday. of a daughter born in Lee Memo-

Gold or Platinum Tones at Presbyterian, Each of the 31 children who Miss Phyllis Crouch Is expected rial Hospital, Ft. Myers, on Monday
entertained donated 50 cents to home today from Florida December 14th. The baby '
provide accent for your f Programs rich in the spirit of buy gifts for children who are State University to spend the weighed eight pounds, three )

Christmas will be conducted at In the hospital on Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. ounces. ..
HOLIDAY COSTUMES the Community Presbyterian day The gifts of money were and Mrs. R. W. Crouch and other Mr and Mrs Manuel Gomez "

Church this holiday season. placed on Christmas tree on the relatives. are the parents of a Ctrl, Amanda -

Three. Wisps (right) ,...... $3.00 "The Gospel of Christmas"will stage. Mr and Mrs. Albert Carnes born December 11, at Hen-
be the subject of a sermon Several presentations of flower have returned from Laughlln- dry General Hospital weighing .
Square Bow (below) ..?. $440 to be given by Pastor H. H. were made in the closing ton Penna, where they spent 8 lb. 1 oz. HlIf/J-f i

Ford on Sunday morning at 11 ceremonies. Mrs. Comrie's parents the summer, and are at their Mr and Mrs. Grady Gibsonare J
o'clock worship. The Senior Major 'and Mrs. Leslie home, 114 W. El Paso Ave. for
the happy parents of a ,Irl.-, Ifot//
Choir will sing "While Shepherds Charles of St Augustine, who the winter months. Gloria Melissa, 7 lbs ( oz., born : I" '
Watch" directed by J. E. had come to Clewlston for the December 11 at Hendry General if ;I
Beardsle '. The Youth Choir will
) event, gave their daughter a HospitalMr
4f' sing "Born in a Manger", directed bouquet; the daughter presented and Mrs Matching Gowns .\
Hubert C. "al
by Mrs. A H. Vann. flowers to Mrs. Alberto Mor-
The annual Sunday School terson are the proud parents of and Dusters : I
Ear rell, who assisted In developing ,
a girl Kelly She weighed .
Christmas held
program will at7pm.
the show, and Mrs. Jones pre 1,1
PATIENTS ADMITTED: Stan- 8 Ib. 3 oz. She was born December
directed In
by Mrs D. W. sented Mrs. Comrie with an or or Seporaetly
to Match Judd and Mrs. C. M. Martinez,' chid. Mrs. Comrle expressedher ley Cypress, Dale Younkman, 15, 1964 at Hendry General DACRON COTTON +I
AnUonio Armenteros, GeraldineWilliams Hospital. ,
followed by a social hour in Fellowship thanks to the U.S. Sugar
.' Hall. There will be refreshments Corp. for the use of the audi Curtis Simons, Robert GOWNS '
and a Christmas Etgeton, Joyce Patterson, Rosle
treat for the children. torium.Children in the dances were: Smoak, Roy Langdale, Irene Shop specials 4.49 6.95 J \
Young Mary Rldgdill, Carl Fer-
On Christmas Eve the annual Faye Crofut, Sarah Anne Corn-
rara, Jr., Vernon Nobles Bessie save moneyDo
service of Carols and Candle rle Lee Anna Dickey, Marlene SLEEP COAT OR
1 1 J will take place from 11 p.ra. un- Castlnelra, Mayra Castinelra Hartsman Gibson, Earl Hendry, Margaret you take advantage of the DUSTER TO MATCH
-d AdoBe Gomez, Sets
til midnight The pastor's Peignoir ]
I ser- Sandra Knecht Connie Ingram. special that your grocer ad
Berry Ingram, Irvin CrlsweO.
mond will be "The Light Shine Sheryl. Ralney, France Groves, vertlzes each week? 4.49-6.95.
On." The Senior Choir will sing Deborah Comrle, Dawn Bare, PATIENTS REMAIN ING: If you'don't shop the specials 10. 9516.9
Robert Etgeton, Roy Langdale,
The 0 Holy Night". Lot Poppenhager, Alicia deAr- or if you buy only one or two of

j : Sport Shop Mrs. J. music H. Doty at the will Sundaymorning playChristmas mas, Michelle Ralney, MariselaCastlnelra Margaret. Hugh Howard Carlton,, Antlonio Mary Rldgdill. Ar them, you're missing a big op. Satinette Slips Nylon Half-Sid
Patricia Ceballos, ? to reduce your food
I I and Christmas Eve Magdalena Morrell, Margaritade Violet menteros Snyder, Bessie, Irene C. Hartaman Young whit 100% NYLON Beige, White 1, Red Bid

( services. Castro Geraldine Williams, V r n o n Buying the special can save Sizes 32 to 44 Aqua, GreenSmaA2,98
Stacey Sanford Lynda Chris Nobles Joy Patterson, Dale you as much as 6 to 10 percenta t
tiansen Stephanie Ford, Suzanne week or sometimes more,
Younkman Stanley Cypress
I. Poppenhager, Grtselle Vela- Rosle Smoak. says Mrs Gladys Kendall, marketing $4$6$9w
'l quex. Mayra Castinelra, Tina specialist Florida Agricultural -
Morrell Lulsa Morrell, Ifabel Extension Service.
w Morrell, Lisa: de Oro, Cynthia CARD OF THANKSI And such a wide variety is of-

Rainer, Loralne Dlckson, Martha wish to express my thank to fered that you can plan entire Santa itti
w Velazquez and Elizabeth everyone for their many kindnesses meal around the specl.ls.What' s

Walker. to me during my Illness advertised most frequently

ERrrai The Dlxlelander of Clewlston and stay in the hospitaL The Meats, Including! poul' bell
High School. played between flowers, cards, prayer and try and fish. And that's a big Christmas
number visit were greatly appreciated budget help since meat takes

BoDi And a special thanks to the.doctor about 1/3 of your weekly food
1. and hospital staff for their blU
Lewis-Lee patient care. Merry Christmasto la a recent study chuck"routeshowed NYLON GOWN
V you an. up most often among ..
.,. "
i I. oR ewRsTMAt Miss Evelyn Mae Lee of Belle Mrs; Clara Broadrlck 1, & DUSTER SETS

Glade and Jackie Ronald Lewi '
of Clewlston married Tues .
were 5.98-6.98-7.98
day evening December 8th. In .

a quiet ceremony at the homeof We wish to express our appreciation .
the groom's parents Mr. and for the many kind Wed Thiir, Dec. 15-17 DEBBIE DARE
and accessories Mrs Lester Lewis In dewiston. expressions of sympathy extended ADULTS ONLY
F Wearables Rev. Herb Hlgdon, pastor of to us In our loss. To the IRMA LA DOUCE SLACKS
; the Calvary Baptist Church, church people for food and
t Shirley MocLcdn :
performed the ceremony. many kind deeds, for the flowers Corduroy or Rayon Acetate
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are making and floral offerings, and to 1
FRL. SAT. 2 to 4 .. ,8198GIRLS
j from their home, in Charleston Dr. Forbes for his faithful care. DEC 18-19 ?
s' w 'If.uiJi"'" S.C. where h* Is stationed as a The family of the late DOUBLE FEATURERACING 7 to 14 _
:: J. iL! $5.38
_. L
.. member of the U.S. Navy. 3. W. Fletcher FEVER

The Toggery Shop ,Fast Fast\ TeenagersAT Boob'"' DANNY DARE FOR BOYS


1 "I" i iI Martin and Lewis 2SBysV-nzz.z3.98; to f 5.1

I I! 'neath the will F EZTBAIISat
I \ the ,most appreciated package tree

': : l r.. V w Dec. 19-9:30: p.m. J (CHATHAM BLANKETS
of 'serviceWe
i I.. contain gifts glamour. or:. VFwDOLLAUXILIARY
; ; a 72x90 for Twin Acrl1
or Double. Bed Rayon -

j i will Gift Wrap them FREE and we are staying open 1 Sun. Mon. Three I GOLD BLUE PINK: GREEN

I TiNf't '. Dec. 20-21-22
'I I V l ush to shop $5.98Parkinson's
,: ) r a t in .as long as < ; TOPIIAPiwhich \

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r "Yl'-k ,: -! means cannon; ball : FLEE: In'i *RAFPRra

i.' 1 : 1 Weather Ahead 1 We have plenty of warm items in means Turkish Sex.and. but intrigue here it

I Jealousy.J Fkat film made i
'to keep comfortable to Istanbul '
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LL Pointers for Miss Hendry County beauty contestRobert

freeway drivers b
g x H. Adams chairman which will allow ample time for the contest night The contestant chosen queen
Expressway driving tips for of the Miss Hendry County the contestants to practice for Sponsors! will be asked to donate and the first and second place
motorists planning long-distance beauty contest for the Hendry been set for closing of entries $10 to sponsor a girl of runnersup will receive" cash y
r26 trip over the Christmas holiday County Fair this week announces their choice or the committeewill prizes. ,
were Issued today by the the opening of the contest select a contestant for them. Persons Interested are invited .; I I
Peninsula Motor Club (AAA). and governing regulations. Army Engineers The sponsor is to have no other to contact Mrs. R. H. Adams at .t ''I'i'
High-speed dlvlded. ne expressways All contestants must be between cost and the sponsor of the winning YU S-1S72 or Mrs. Woody Car- '.
require special driving the ages of 18 and 23 and contestant will receive atrophy ruthera at YU 2-2634. or fill out t I
techniques the AAA club have never married. award contractA ', and a picture of their the following application blank I
said, offering the following suggestions Contestants will be judged in winning contestant for display. and mall to R. N. Adams P f I

S i to the freeway driver: bathing suits and each will A contract for $183,500 for The queen will receive a smaller .O. Box 998, Clrwiston. The com ...
l ((1)) Know in advance your Intended provide her own suit. They will construction of the last remaining similar trophy. mUte will contacts you. '!, Ii
route and the interchange tAddresa Z ZNeun.
be asked to wear tailored attire section of Levee 28 In Western

: M1 on and off.where Otherwise you get with heels during the fair parade Dade and Broward Counties M..M. .....:....M.._...._.. Dat. ........_......
_ and ribbon cutting ceremonies and a tieback levee extending
you may easily become at the official opening i
lost. cf the fair. Contestants will ride into Collier County has been ..................................,...................::.:Phone ._............. '
awarded to Reynolds and Smith
((2)) Decide In advance on
In convertibles during the pa "
Inc of Moore Haven Army Engineers i
rest stops every hour or rade. have announced. Cktt'w.._.......:....."....._......r................ Birth Date .u................ 5 ur
two. A February 1st deadline has The total length of the. two

# ((3)) Make certain the gas tankis dikes la 79 miles and when Par nt'a Name M..M..........:;:.._............,.._................_
I full and the car In good
4i1U completed will form a part of
: mechanical condl 11 o a.
Special attention shouldbe the western boundary of Conservation School ........................._.......................... Grad. ...M....._...._ ,
Boat enth'usiastsgiven Area 3 of the Central
given to tires and the
-. .. .._I fan belt. and Southern Florida Flood Hobbies.: _.....................?...,,...........................................??....?.....
)OL OVER for another day a. th... children board a Clewblon school bus ((4> Try to enter the freewayat Control Project. The work must

I 1-- trip hom.. It will be around again In th. morning to pick them up for them up the lame rate of speed safety tipsSeveral days.)be completed In 270 calendar .......-....................................................................-......-..-..- I
passing traffic
; return trip. -STAFF PHOTO as A contract for $34.800 has
((5)) Check your car speed million small boat been awarded to J. B. Fraser SpoDlor' Nam. ..........._..............................M ._.............._..... .
stops designated to accomodate from time to time to will go back into the water on It Sons Inc. of,Fort Lauderdalefor

the largest number of students avoid drifting On to higher It Memorial Day weekend after a lease of a 13-inch dredge Addreu ................................................ City .......M.....'"........... 1
speeds. freeways winter in and several
School operatesefficient without storage and to 4
to operating personnel
having at Individual
homes. is possible to lose the weeks of scraping, painting! and deepen the entrance channel for -- "1
I The sense of speed and thereby refurbishing this spring St Lucle Inlet Just east of Clewbton Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page J'1vt d
longest haul
Is to Devil'sGarden unconsciously exceedthe The Memorial Day weekendof
52 miles one way. Sam speed limit. its Stuart Thursday December 17, 1984
May 30 also will provide
The contract calls for dredging
bus line Cubbedge is the driver on this (tat) Keep your eye on other usual quota of boating and fishing the oceanward end of the
route. Due to the moderate speed traffic. Watch the rear- accidents and deaths from .
channel which now restrict vessel ..
and the stopping, it takes well view mirror for tall-gat- drowning Most of these need traficc through the Inlet GUITARS i
over an hour to make this trip ers, and avoid driving not happen. Safety experts have
'There's more to running aglool each day with a sixth held In The second longest trip is to too close to other cart said many times that most boating ACCORDIONS .
than conducting an edu'ntbod readiness in case of a break. the Big Cypress Indian Resee.vatlon49 yourself. Allow aftyeait and fishing accidents couldbe Even US Army has PIANOS : !
You also down. Each holds about 60 passengers miles-which Is driven for each
program one car length prevented if outdoors-men
yea to run a bus line. and each drops andpicks' by the only women driver in 10 MPH of speed. Moreat would observe a few simple pre .Christmas spiritA ORGANS
bulky yellow buses thataHetwwiitheClewlitonele up students at both the the group, Mrs. Armeta Hunter. high speeds. cautions.
-The elementary and high schools Two buses serve the general ((7)) When passing, do so with Good 'manners and commonsense holiday leave policy Instituted PHONOGRAPHS 11;
and high schools and Last month there were 134 high Hooker's Point area! one operated extra care and concentra In boating win prevent for U.S. Army recruits during No Money Down III
?Li districts carry 328 stu- school and 194 elementary by J. M. Taylor the other tion. High speeds require most accidents. Don't overloadthe the December 9-31 period III
delIS from their homes to school school students being trans by J. B. Stanford The fifth bus more alertness boat; have life preserversfor has been instituted by' Capt. Up to Two Years to pay 'I
ud d back again each school day. ported. serves areas bordering on Highway (CII) Keep your speed up. Expressways each occupant; don't standup Wallace O. Rawls Commanding
1 i b transportation that is about Under state law only students 27 west of the city proper are no place or change seats in a small Officer of Army recruiters in HOLDRIDGE MUSIC ; '
n cafe. U you can find> with living more than two miles from and this Is driven by W. C for slow-poke drivers. boat while under way; keep a South Florida. A young man or Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston YU 2'4781j1f1.I
II k1Dds ol road rules calculatri the school they attend are eligible Reynolds.The ((9)) Never change your traffic watchful eye out for other boats women enlisting during this period ,
III, protect the sometimes ir- to ride, except in cases of four men In the drivingcrew lane unexpectedly swimmers and fishermen and may remain home duringthe II I
mponsible irrepressible! and physical handicap or some other work as custodians at the When shifting to another give all a comfortable wide holidays, while drawing full
cirgoes.! such Important reason. They schools during the hours their lane, give a signal to other berth. These rules are repeatedeach pay and allowances, under. the a
buses run their routes are dropped at regular bus passengers are either poring drivers well In ad- boating season, but there new policy. f!
.live through their books or staringout vance. still are drownlngs because: Following the holidays, each ..
at the sun-drenched palms ((10)) In the event of an emergency someone ignored them. Most soldier will return to Coral
s., ".. .' wondering how the fish are biting pull well off the marine operators and many Gables, pick up transportation I
C* I '
'ft: .j .. .' .' IJI''I Their custodial day ends at paved section of the road. sporting goods stores have and meal tickets and proceedto
3 p.m when they take up the Under no circumstancesstop pamphlets on boating safety. baste training camps. Men 1oECORarED l
responsibility of getting their on the roadway It- Get one, study it. follow It. usually are assigned to Ft. Jackson ( :
THRIFTY! charges home safely self. For a distress Signal Pleasure lakes and streams S.C. and ladles to the wom I
Mrs. Hunter works in the attack a handkerchief will be more crowded with boats en's Army Corps Center, Fort II I
lunch room during the day. to your car antennaor this season than ever before McClellan Ala. for processingand r :.
There are strict rules for deportment left car door. Raise and there's even less room for basic training.
in the buses. There Is the hood, If possible. the hot-rod helmsman with an The Christmas policy Is now PTO ,II
DRUG 1 no need for a "no smoking" ((11)) Slow down well in ad- inclination to bun the dock new, and for all purposes, the
sign as the older students know vrnce in preparation for dash through an anchorage or enlistment date of the soldier a !'.
this will not be tolerated Horse leaving the freeway, and buzz another boat. The hot-rod Is th",t on which: ha initially enters ORDER !
SHOPPERS SPECAL 9 play noise and roaming the move: into the decelera" der is just as dangerous on Water service Further details
aisles also are forbidden and lion lane. Keep your eye as on land both to others mar b. optalned from recruiter,
Roost Tom Turkey. Dressing Gravy f/f refusal to abide by these rules several and to himself. SFC Don aId W. Sandstedt, "I
means a trip to the principal's Fishing Is highly recommended whose office is located over RAY'S BAKERY
; Cranberry Sauc., Colloid Green*" Mashed Qj office pass your exit by mistake by your doctor as a Thrifty Drugs in Fort Myers' or I

Potatoes. Italian Bread or Rolls $858c Principal C. J Chapman says never try' to back healthy relaxing sport that will by telephoning him at ED 7- YUkon 2.5101 Clwlaton Florida
that serious disturbances on the up. Go on to the next ,' get ;you out of doors into fresh 005L I I II
buses are rare. He has yet to exitHoly air and sunshine, and help to
2 for 98c I suspend a student this year for clear those mental cobwebs left I
or Infraction of bus rules. over from home and office worries.
W crusadersThe Fishing is not particularly
The buses are maintained un- hazardous but there are some
I der contract awarded under the word "crusade" comes pointers to watch to help avoid CongratulationsTo. J
oj THRIFTY BREAKFASTTHIS bid system, Bembry Motors has from the Latin word "crux." accidents.
j the current contract All busesare meaning "cross" The Cross of Fishhooks are designed to .
WEEK iI given a thorough overhaul Christ was the official badge of fish. They also can snag an unwary
j during the summer when not in those who Joined the Crusadesto finger hand arm or leg -
I EGG GRITS. TOAST, COFFEE use. The State Highway Department the Holy Land during the If you're deeply hooked go to a -J ,'
inspects the vehicles periodically Middle Ages says World Book doctor and ask him to removeit. ,- : ;> :
I to make sure they are Encyclopedia and the expression Don't try to work the hook ;: ; f:<<< \
I. 29c in good running condition.The "taking the cross" meant out backwards. Your doctor will / :n
becoming a crusader. use the shank to push the hook ',
buses are also used to out, point foremost This Is less
N Strawberry Sundae .,. . 35c I transport athletic teams, the painful and causes less damage.. r..4l
band and student< who wish to Hooks left lying in the bottomof .
Like our tea and coffee? Your second cup Is attend games away from home. Closes for holidayMrs. a boat or on a dock are a
The fans are charged 25 cents real hazard. Many fishermen
FREE. Also your third, fourth, etc.tiLxIzLRRfl. Ii a head to defray the overtimethat Gene Wilson has an- follow simple rule with hooks: FORDSShell
goes to the driver. The nounced that the City Play Park When not In use for fishing, coyer .
[ buses also are used for student will close Friday for the ChrIatomas the barbed point with a small
; field trips. holiday and win reopen on cork.
Monday', January 4th. I

WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR. Care packages are needed by

10th ANNIVERSARY IN CLEWISTONIn millions in undeveloped areas Service t it

Half the Joy of Christmas to a village in Colombia: "Mostof
comes In seeing the faces of all we were affected by the
rn I our children whose reaction to the
our dear ones as they open
gins. But the true spirit of the simple food was almost like that ON THEIRAnniversary .
Appreciation NEW TREADS holiday' calla for glitz to those of American kids to their Christmas
never set: to the. needyIn toys.-You never saw such
OH IOU III) we communl smiles and tears of happinesson
midst, through
For TINS ON our
Your 011
| BODIIS charltiis, and to the the faces of youngsters who
TOUR OWN of their lives, 10th
other countries. through for most never goa
Loyalty poor without hunger." .
TUBELESS WHITEWALLS such agencies as CARE. :
Motes (Narrow or Wide) The current CARE Food Cru- Give Johnny his trains. Sue .
We Are ioa I side seeks $8,500000 to com her doll-end give yourself the
plete a year-long plan to help joy of sharing so others may .
Offering iThi9 e 4FOR4949 feed 37.700.000 hungry people. eat Man your contribution bs! OF SERVING THE RESIDENTS OF CLEWISTONAND '
U.S. Food for Peace donations CARE Food Crusade 734 Se7I '.
of farm abundance are the I bold bldg. J41am1.I /"
Money mainstay of the plan. Under l
flue tag and 4 trad..ln tlrel CARE partnership contracts local I COUNTY WITH .
Saving governments win pay delivery Glades Roofing Co..

costs for S4.000.000 person /a .".... ef Beef a4Skeet "
Special onNE1'I' .Sark we To reach the rest. CARE asks to Metal dell ;
Ow Ner rr-r. ideafiiId 11 JI..wl DII-Aop. Americans as Individuals sending .> New OssMtjrmetlesi er QUARANTII8D .it pitch In and help by dollar mete Jeto < .
f. AtmM MMSSr&; !=iwS"* I 500.000 packages at a Phone 2.7111 .
fi Awu t awI ti'' iirfc .ISM.IW.' ..... ___ per package. ,
-laM *. *?JJ" ..!.Lri !J.. r In schools orphanages des- Day er BveadBfiT.
TREADS :. .; .llJ titute homes, CARE "sees" 'got. O. Be 1W Products
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Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS C ewloton. IVrMa 89th Congresses. and disaster Judge of Hendry County Florl.' flee of sale and then to
Christmas l.fUtioD
in relief the
The new Congress will meet First loafing to humanitarian da. In the oourthon at LaBelle. of the balance
Thursday, December IT, 19(4 December) officially oontract duo
6th for all Members this month ( Florida, within six calendar aanole Covering
on January the
month from the date of : : said
forces with the motor
to take the Oath of Office Joined tint publication of this nolle. And null| be y i/
Bill and elect House Officials. Committee half century for Bill PerryFor American Red Cross to support Bach elalm or demand mutt b* any bVlanV,1 will r.'al T. iota'
by the Capitol f
compiled In writing and
Rogers newspaper, Roll Call. assignments will be that agency's national mission place or residence. suet and Kate poet-of-the under ..id oonE"?lnl"" <">PCommon. )
made within the first few weeks. and of disaster relief., Red Cross tics addreae of the claimant and .!,) ""rodll i
Bill Perry, railroader of ly Perry days were small Fort C
call CAP resources mint b* worn to by the claimant Myers.
At the beginning of the 88th was' a may Florida
gains seniorityCongressman Congressman Rogers the old school, this will be the could pull no more than 25 or 30 through the USAF H4H his agent, or hlaltorney, CN-"I1 r J. C. WetkinsDec.
Congress, Rogers ranked 224. member of both the House In.terstate loaflngest Christmas he has had cars. Today five and six dlesels directly or or It will boom void according 11, 11141r011CH
Paul G. Rogers Seniority, U based on continuous and Foreign Commerce and to law. Th law require claims. ]
for half hooked in tandem
a century.For are up to b* filed In duplicate.
advanced to a seniority position of service Congressman and Merchant
length Committee the
many ;years Perry was they will roll off with as many NewsLake November It, 1114.Hln or
of 166 the 435 Membersof first elected January Fisheries Committee IxTEflT101'
among Rogers was on Marine and ACL station agent in dewlston as 150 cars. The diesel needs no Roche Baum RBGI.TER
the U.S. douse of Representatives 11 1955, to the Mth Congress last Administratrix .1TITIIIlI;
during the Congress. but last Summer he decided to night nurse. The engineer showsup Harbor 4-H Club, the of the Th. 'AIM
Relate of Arthur Baum, undersigned
for the 89th Congress, and has been reelectedto : the Cane CuUes, held Its annual ee y oti,
retire to the big, thickcushioned : in the morning, turns on Sugar deceaied. : "
according to an unofficial lilt the 85Ib, 86th, 87th 88th and his mis Christmas Thursday Flr.t mobile home rental 1 1
Recent fiction on chair in front of his television starter and starts on party publication on Dee. It. 1114.Deo. Clewiston, Florida, Duelne.e
CU-ISO undrr
set. He left with memories Dec. 10. 10, 11, 14, II. 1114 lillous. none of FIr Oros Ihs lIt
shelvesAdult sion.Perry Trailer
Library of a life that suited him Just believes the railroad The girls were entertained by is ; Park and that 5114 f
A PRACTICAL HINT Fiction: fine, despite the long arduous will never be outmoded, for carrying a special guest Barbara Ward HOTICH OF SALH ecro vrhae of names the folio's and I pI.,.,.,
Drums in My Heart Mildred hours that railroading in the old freight anyway. He feels of Clev/iston, and Marsh Pen- To: Ronald 1C. Whit residence are a follow.,
FOR WEARY HOLIDAY SHOPPERS Lawrence days demanded. it was fortunate that truck com nlngton. Box .OIFelda Elisabeth HaUleld
Things as They Are-Paul Her- Christmas was the busiest petition developed because, he Decorations were net up by Florida Ownership or Pair Oroubdi
I---- --- --- fou are hereby notified that er Park I. 'I'
ganCabot time of the year for him, especially says, the railroads could never )junior leaders Penny Penning- the following motor vehicle: Hattlold a. follows.Clyde
Wright Begins James in his earliest days when hope to handle the nation's en- ton and Christine Curry. Leader, Tear 1911, Make of Car Ford IJllaab.lh H.ttJold
4 i This Year, Purdy he was ,station agent for the, tire freight load. Mrs.T. E. Pennlngton gave each Model IAIIC 1J6570 100 Custom, Serial No. the It Clerk I. our Intention 10 appl
I II The Lost Colony-Edison Marshall Georgia, Florida and Alabama He points to the convenient girl a Troll doll. will be eold at public sale at In and for of Hondr the Circuit C
Ii Railroad in the little town of marriage of trains and trucks The next 4-H meeting win be 11-00: am. on the fiord day of Ida to r..lahr the County,, F,
December 1164. at Calooia Mo.
i GIVE CASH The Patriot-Harold Bienvenu Damacus in Southwest Georgia in the "piggy back" development held Jan T at the Lake Harbor tore, LaBelie, Florida. the Fair provision Ground. Trailp.r"k of ? J 5-
i The Love Party Thomas J. The title was "agent" but In by which tractors haul SchooL b The proceed. tOt the' late will laws of Florida; \Chapter' of 111EllsubethtfHytne!1
applied the :
Jennings full of freight to Marsha PennlngtonMOT1CR paymentof :
the lexicon of the railroads of truck bodies the costa of retaking. storing I
I I II Two Roads to Guadalupe-Rob 1915 that meant a lot of things.It the railroad yard, then load and sale of said motor vehicle CN-.M
For Christmas ert Lewis Taylor meant first that you were I body and all on a flat car. The and the cost of publication of no. Dee U, 14, 11, 1964, JM 1
Lee-Douglas South all Freeman Morse telegrapher. You had to load on arrival at Its rail destination
I THE JUST-RIGHT GIFT'i Vendetta for the Saint Leslie be that to get the Job becauseall is again hauled by a IIBQ

Charteris communications carried on tractor to the final delivery
L FOR EVERYONEI'.J! This Rough Magic-Mary Stew by the railroad, both for itself point.
art. and the Western Union, was by "Railroading has been something OF AFP1ICATIONKR '

Youth Fiction: this means. like a magnet to me," Clartrr IN.!TAX' Kl.DEED rld. .<.<. You'll please Not a Cloud in the Sky Joseph You also had to be a ticket Perry says. "There Is something NOTICE l I. hereby. given that
o your ine Lawrence agent, handling both straight about It that grips you. I J. II. UANKKORD. tile holder of ZIO-ZAO
f Wayah of the Real People-William and Pullman tickets think there could: have the following certificate has
'a friends and fare baggage don't filed eald certificate for a tax I MACHINE by seat* It j s. -
r Steele man and general factotumfor been any business that would dud to b* tuned thron. The "'alb" '
Love, Bid :Me Welcome Janette both passengers and freight have been more satisfying tome Certificate number, year of l*> SINGERJutl I ; 1ssl.Settes
delight family. luanc. the .description of the
your Lowry moving through the station. than railroading." and the name In which $20 am*after lobbl.l, ,
Survivor-Robb White Then, too, and this possiblywas So saying be hooked his foot Property I au*..ed. are a* follow: ....desee ,.,...
Kirstl-Helen :M. Miller the most onerous of the up on the ottoman and allowed 1 Cert.N.. Tear DaerIpeI.s.
WE'LL BE GLAD The Queen's Blessing Madeleine chores, you had to be I mail as how there were some good 101 mi City of Clewleton.
Polland man. You had to carry the mail, TV programs scheduled for that Lot 4. Block SOI
4 TO HELP YOU PLAY Jenny Kimura-Betty Cavanna on I hand truck, from the post evening. 1 Man.......I.. walehTh
The Far-Off Land Rebecca office to the station in time to Rl...del Lumber Co.

I SANTA WITH CASH! Caudill be loaded on the mall train. And CAP NEWSThe of laid Harbor property Beach., MichiganAll being In rSINGER'ZIGLAG

A Love, or I Season Mary you had to carry the incoming the County of Hendry, State of !
Our Holiday Money Serviceis Stolz. mall back to the post office Clewiston Squadron, Civil Florida. 1
Unleea such certificate shall*
Junior Fiction: Even as now, the heaviest mall Air Patrol, participated in I redeemed according to law the Portable
quick and Complete
convenient.LOANS The Nickel-Plated Beauty-Patricia of the ;year was encountered on search mission last week, the property decrlbd In such cr.
Beatty the Lord's birthday and sometimes object of the search being two tlficat bidder will at b* the cold Court U the Hoiia high.eat $134.95

UP TO $SIlO Mousekins Golden House-Edna Perry found himself light air craft missing from door on the dot Monday In the
:Miller wheeling two and three loads their home base on the East Month of January, 1965, which 1 Ie I
G.A.C. FINANCE; Magic Island-Madye Lee Chastaln back and forth each time the Coast. the Dated 4th day this of lit January day of, 1X6 Decem- MTwdsmarktfTHt SINGER COMPANY

CORPORATION train came in. On active duty were: Lieut her 114

AMOUNT 'MIH'I .01 Exactly Alike Evaline Ness There was no day off for the James Walker', pilot; Father Clerk DOROTHY Circuit MOORE Court CLARK CARITHERS RADIO & TV
YOU CrT Castaway Christmas-Margaret station agent of the old days. Clark Dorman, observer; A/lC Hendry County, Florida
I 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS II "MONTHS n MONTHS Baker The train schedule was Annie Walker, communications; CN-SIS
your Bond
108 Street
dewbton. Florida
1 75.00 S Deo. I, 10, IT, It 1114
5.M $ 5.47 $ 7.SS
Secret of
the Emerald Star master and you shaped your Captain William Doane, airboat
160.00 $ 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11 Phyllis Whitney. personal life around it. Perry pilot assisting sheriffs department I 1 i
425.00 24.16 28.35 30.69 42.50 says he always managed to get Lieut. Rose Doane, communications COURT; II' AND FOR' HBHORT ,;

600.00 34.39 39.34 42.66 59.35 PURPLE WHITE IN ROSE home for Christmas dinner, usually and Information. IN RE COUNTY M.OHIDA a .
BONN-Rose wines can be obtained turkey Just like now, but Oa standby duty were: M/sgt RALPH: Estate A. FLOWERS of ))
CUWISTON from purple grapes by that was about the extent of the Eyla O'Neal, Lieut. Don Evans, Deceased I)

311 East State Highway . Tdrylhonelukon2-3471 shortening the time of the mash day's festivities A/lc Jack Burt. NOTICE TO CH EDITOR*
-SELLS GLADE process. But they are more oft- ,There were some Christmas The next regular meeting will All creditor of the Estate of

188 We.. A......""N ., ........, T.lephn.99&-Sm en produced by pressing purple compensations, however, despitethe be tonight (Thursday Dec. 17) RALPH hereby A. notified FLOWERS and, deoea.edar required
r and white grapes hard work. The passenger at the home of the commander, to''flU any claim or demand ALLIS CHALMERSAND
traffic was heavy, but here Lieut Walker All members and which they may hare aalnet
a were people off to grandmoth all Interested persons are askedto sold estate. In the office of the
County Judge of Hendry County,
er's house on the Jolliest day of attend Jlorlda. In the Courthouse at La- -
V A1ASEliR eau"WHITE the year. They were happy people An official communlca! t Ion Della Florida, within six e.l.ndar
on that day and the station from CAP National Headquarters first month publication from the of this date notice of the. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTERSALES
LET SANTA BRING A GIFT rang with laughter states that: Each clnlm or demand muit b*

Perry used to put in'12 hoursa "Civil Air Patrol, an 82000 place In' writing or residence and must and state poat-of-the

day, seven days a week, and member organization which: for flc. address of the claimant and AND SERVICE

CHRISTMAS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY he says he did as much sleeping 23 years has dedicated the vol- mu.t mart, be his sworn agent, to or by his the attorney olal.,
on the telegraph table ss he or It will become void| according

nnn .' ..anymore.did in bed.The This modern is not the railroader ease- BowlingGLADES to to November law.b* flied The 15 In,law 1964 duplicate require claim For Allis Chalmers and I. H. Diesel

excepting those in executive Annln Flower,

capacity, puts in a five-day, 40- BOWLING LANES Administratrix Eitata-of Ralph of A.the Flow. fuel injection systems, pumps and
hour week. er* dceai*
It was telegraphy that led to League 121564Lake : CJ2jbllcatl011? ; ; "> Dee 10, "...
Perry becoming a railroader, Dee 10, IT, U -
Team High Game: Frostie 854 II, ig(|
i x-, L o or although it would seem that it Team High Set: Frostie 2461
was foreordained. As a youth he Men's High Sets and Games I" JLB.V! T T TDOF-g
hung around the railroad station AND rOil Ill:l'iIDHY
B Q. Smith ',._?? 553 201 iV"Tlr' FLORIDA
in Oxford. Florida, where Sidney Smith _?-. 539 182 IN RE! ; Estate of
he was born. The agent took a Buddy Little ... .. 583 203 ARTHUR BAUM,
?? R. P.
liking to him and taught him Roy Martin 538 219 Deceased. I M. DIESEL ENGINE CO.

r the Morse code. He was later to Bill Sage -.- ., 568 193 NOTI. .., TO CRI'D1TORIA:4kV':1I '
??? ?
teach the code to his wife and to 2501 STATE ROAD 94
Walter Parker
? 503 196 RAUM, t.a::
? deceased
she became a clerk-telegrapher hereby Fort Lauderdale, Flo. Phone 587.1620
w Hank Andreis ____ 550 196 notlfled: and required to
in dewlston in 1942 when men file I any claims or demands.: which I
Harry Vaughn Jr. 548 196
II I f they may have .
I were heading off to war. She 1st place team, Frostie won a.aln.t said ..
kept the Job until the time of 36, lost 16.
her death in 19S6 One of his
2nd place team, Chuck Wells
sons, W. G. Perry, a teacher in Motor Co. won 30, lost 22.

Clewiston High School, also 3rd place team, Carlthers Radio
worked as an operator for I few &: TV won 29, lost 23.
;years. Fresh seafood.
Perry retired in July but he SUNDOWNERS LEAGUE ,
still spends some time at the Woo Lest
___ _--___ _ __ Atlantic Coast Line headquarters Cox Jewelers 34 18

talking to the boys, about E. T. Dloardl __ 30 22
railroading. He has told themto Hav-A.Tampl 26>; 25V4 Sirloin

l l throw him out if he annoys Jones Texaco 26 26 steak. .
them but it seems they lure to Glades Sugar House 23 29
talk about railroading, too Florida National Bank 16ft 33V4
Although there have been inch Team Series

many changes in the operation E. T. Dlogardl ,,"......... ...... 1682 Prime
of railroads since Perry's ear- Cox Jewelers 1671 Ribs of beef.
heat days, he feels that one of Jones Texaco_ 1575 .
the most dramatic had been High Individual Sense
the introduction of diesel engines Deane Bullfant 459

He remembers when "en Pat McKee ..._..._____. 447 and other
gine watchmen" were kept on Debris Hill ?..-.,..,..., ..,.,.? 445 many items are available
;d4x the night staffs, their Job to fire HUh Team Cam

the boilers of the steam engines Cox Jewelers .. ........! 578
'T' and develop a good head of Jones Texaco 567 from the menus of the

I '- : :. steam so that there would belittle E. T Diogardl ?.?...?...??? 567
delay when th* engineer HUh Individual Game
__ showed up in the early dawn to Deane Bullfant 179
Model DB65-A start off on his run. Loll Sasser 174
'' '
The steam engines of the ear- Polly McLcndon' !!.!,!????.. 163 Colonial Dining Room

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leader Seminole .tad their history, to Wages speak in English childhood. Ht leaned the constitution was adopted on drum made of deerskin by the Qewlrton Florida THE: CLIWISTON: NEWS Pegs Bema
after he 'was August 11, 1957. he was elected Seminoles for use In their ceremonial -
an. Osceola. who has henna grown and had his first Thursday, December 17. 111M
Baptist minister for tog after Ichool- chairman, a position .he has rituals lining It to beat
club said the Indians many years, his i Saviour.accepting Christ as held by re-election ever since. out the rhythm of one of their
drifted He
speaks Into'' Florida from slowly Bible Institute attended the Osceola said his grandmother ceremonial dances, .he sang the
Alabama where
OlOrl1a l and and taught English he was who reared him after his mother accompanying lyric In the Mlc-
were ottwotrlbet basic and given a died when he was nine, casukl language.
BUll Osceola, Hof the the Miccasukl and the Cow schooling taught him the religious beliefs Fred Montsdeoca agriculturalagent
semJDOle Tribal Coon WII Creek or Muscogee. re himself Osceola was chosen of the Indians and told him they to the Seminoles and Miss Pre Christmas Sale
at RotaJ'1 dub's was born In the Everglades; by the all .
a IlIAIIoJIda1 of the Indians In Florida were based on the Bible She Linda Truax, whose sinter Is ,
gue peon meeUnt .t the a Creek mother and I at their :
delighted kit 1ud141 father, thus Mlccosuki representative to help In form- told the young lad he must learn Rev. Osceola's: daughter-in-law, i
and learning both Ian. log the tribal council and when all he could of the cultures of accompanied the speaker to the I
his people In order to help them, luncheon. THE LOWEST PRICE WE'VE EVER. OFFEREDON
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; scars on his 'wrist which Indicated Gab introduced the speaker. '- i i'i'
; I he had studied the his Flans for a Christmas .'JNU'b'" .
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tract with Mississippi Stat. as Slat Coach i Jim ffilyer
and throughout the points to the dotted line. Looking on are Mrs. Mo .D.' ..r J"!
yearKAHN'S CHS Coach Joe Bundy. left and Mr. Morrell center. '\..
MAKEClewiston ,, 4r j .

Deen. another football scholarship Jf f. ,. j'
Morrell signs holder!! from Daytona who .
personally conducted Morrell if,.:;: 1
about the Mississippi campus
football aidscholarship during his visit there. ::1

AVE..A -BELLE GLADE Morrell will report for football I ..t; \' \ :
practice at the neighboring uni- (
Serving the Glades for 37 Years J versity on September 1, 1965.
1 'r
rtesr>, +wsaa: MAMiMaa rkuaax: x IIJIJIJoIlJlJlJo"JlJlJlJlJo"IINIJIJlIt'll""JIUIJIJIIIJIJt", : ", Alberto Morrell 190poundfour School Board in J I,

letter sports star of Clew- ... ..... I
lston High School signed a football final '64 meet

with Mississippi grint-ln-ald State scholarship University the of
Reports on progress
NoticeIt The signing took place at plans for additional school facilities ..aII."" '.. '&.. II
Sunday night, I ir: .u tt
the Morrell home at Owlston Elementary, / ,, 'I
with Coach Jim Buyer representing Daniels and LaBelle Elementary .
the Maroon football schools were made at I
has been brought to the attention of the City Commission team. Thursday's meeting of the Hen-. GlffBfADDUIRJfRS ,

of the City of Clewiston that various forms of refuse The football star had been dry struction.county board of public in. .

have been deposited in waters within the City limits; Florida sought State by Alabama and Miami Auburn, how-, Superintendent that Charles Hornsby Miner, Jr.reported r

your attention is called to the following excerpts from the ever Morrell decided to" go with will represent the school boardIn +

Code of Ordinances of The City of Clewiston: visiting the smaller the campus university there after last negotiations) with W. T. for Mad- Shop your friendly Hometown Merchants first. I
dox for the proposed site a

Sec. 5-3 WATERS WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO weekend.Coach Hilyer was extremely future LaBelle, Elementary. ,
School plant since Harry Johnson -
pleased to sign Morrell, whomhe the county attorney, Is representing Their stores are filled with goods. bought
CITY DUMPING REFUSE PROHIBITEDThe rated as the best back in the Mr. Maddox. ,
South this year. With the general Architect James Hartley is j j'f

dumping or otherwise depositing or placing of Morrell return is to expected two-platoon to. football be used expected this week to confer especially for .
you. :
with Superintendent Hornsby ;
filth dirt, garbage, shell trash human or animal excrement as an offensive halfback. Ililyer and Inspect the Daniels school 'fo i i'f'
vessel site, with a view to planning the I IAl'
refuse or other thing from any boat or said.During the past two years :

otherwise, into or upon the waters of Lake Okeechobee Morrell basketball has, baseball lettered In and football track., expansion Superintendent at, that Hornsby school. reported Army Surplus Store Highland Queen Ice Cream j:1'i'

within the City limits or into or upon the waters of any Present for the signing along pleted for the the foundation temporary Is classroom com- Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Johnson's Fishing Camp ( '

body of water within the City limits io hereby prohibited.Sec. with members of the and family Joy units at Clewlston Elementary ,
Coach Joe Bundy '
were and that they will B&B Supermarket Jolly Roger Marina !
NUISANCE DEFINED MAINTENANCE ready for use after the holidays. I ,. ,
10.2 ; travel The board granted use of a Beck Motors Jones Texaco Service
REGULATONSB NY Times classroom: at the Clewlston ':
PROHIBITED; SANITARY School to Mrs. Luis deArmas to Bembry Motors Mazzina's Gulf Service I' ,
.conduct a class In English for
( ) No person shall throw, place or deposit, or causeto writer in areaJohn Cuban. adults one night each Ben Franklin Store Mid-City GulfPape's ;

be offal trash, week.A .
thrown placed or deposited any contract was awarded to H. .
or filth of any kind into any of the public streets for the Durant New York, a travel Times writer, who D.Suman of Fort Myers for Bond Street Jewelers Standard Service : .1
painting all three school gymnasiums
roads lanes thoroughfares or vacant lot, or It sending in a series of articleson Brown's Tropical Fruits Gifts Parkinson's ''j
alleys, or Florida, was In Clewlston. at a total cost of $3- Dept. Store
other within the ISO. One other bid. that of Worth
into or the premises of any person Saturday, gathering materialfor
a story on the south Lake Painting Company at $5,000 Carithers Radio & TV Pridgen's Cities Service
city limits. was received.
Okeechobee Durant la area.no stranger to the The superintendent reportedthat "Chuck" Wells Motor Co. Redish Electric Co. I
the intralnlng course on
area; he has fished toured In the Okeecho- "Exploring Reading" has been Clewiston Auto Parts Inc. Redish Standard
City of ClewistonC propertienrsand enjoyed Everglades completed and a similar course i.
In "New Math" will be offered 1'
hospitality recently completed In yearspastH ] articles teachers in the next trimester Clewiston Marina ,..Inc.Sugarland "
has and The board adopted a resolution

F. BLAIR, CITY MANAGER other? Florida on Fort]locals, Myers for area the New McCormick commending for her Mrs.faithful Blanche services Clewiston Oil Co., Inc. Rexall Pharmacy 1 I.. ,

York Times travel sections. as school board member. Corbin's Farm&Ranch Supply The Clewiston News i '.
Mrs. McCormlck's term expires
this month. Ford's Shell Service The Sport Shop I
The board Called I meetingfor

January reorganization 5th, the of first the boardin Tuesday Frank's Grocery & Market The Toggery Shop : '

Hare Lumber & Ready'MiXComplete Inc January after, complying the first Monday with the In Fry Hardware Co. Thrifty, Drugs No. 2 1 1,

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The Senior Class o( Harlem Giddens Furniture Co. Town Paint & Hardware
Line of ,Academy wishing to donate 1130
{ toward I lawn sprinkler system Glades Gas Co. Uncle Joe's Fish Camp
1 i .rtayy 'i t for their school asked the board ,',
Materials If It would defray the rest of Hare Lumber & Ready-Mix Waldron Motors ': .
Building the estimated cost cf 1275, and : : ,

this Attending the board the agreed meeting to do.were Hendry County Motors Western Auto Associate Store i

: Chairman Joe Hall. Claud Old-
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Pap Eight: 'THE CLEWISTON' NEWS: Cfcwtrtoa. Florida tests from labor groups and determine whether the workers with each American citizen. Our Ity;: of continuing In the program
others over plans of Western are to be admitted, but under only question Is to ask assurance of authorizing the admission of
Thursday, December 17.1884
growers to secure supplemental what circumstances they win win be given that the foreign laborers for temporary
foreign workers for next year. be admitted. It Is understoodthat domestic win honor the afree- agricultural: work: In this Instance
Representatives of labor were the clearance: order will ment. the harvesting of sugar
Employment policy of cane present at the Miami hearing. not be forthcoming unless and The notice of hearing calls 'cane."
I The full text of the flukes until It Is demonstrated that like for the criteria to be applied on
statement before the bearing labor in the United States, such matters as wages, bous '
outlined by Sikes follows: ready willing and able to do the ing;, Insurance, transportation Basketball GOOD
growers '''!bill comments and recommendations work In question, is not avail- expenses, and other terms and game
are made for and In able. conditions of employment.
''The members of the Florida partment to aid the departmentIn behalf of Florida Sugar Producers '''!be members of Florida On the question of wages we
Sugar Producers Association deciding whether mw criteria Association, a group of Sugar Producers Association wish to point out that we are time is changedThe
hive always accepted as right concerning the testing of domestic TEN members who are engagedin have always accepted as right engaged In the production of e
and hive applied the policy that farm labor availability; would the planting cultivation: and and have applied the policy that sugar cane. Consequently we
United States cluxen must be Imposed on agricultural employers basketball games scheduled -
harvesting of sugar cane on United States citizens must are subject to the provision of
have absolute priority; for all in connection: with the lands on the South and East have absolute priority; for all the Sugar Act. for Friday night December
Jobs available, whether the Jobs issuance of certification of need sides of Lake Okeecbobee. Jobs available. This is so whether "One provision of this Act authorizes 18 between Clewiston and
are vacant or temporarily filled for supplemental foreign work- "Our interpretation of the the Jobs are vacant or temporarily the Secretary of Agriculture Cardinal Newman will be played '
by foreign work rl." ers.Also scope of this bearing is that It filled by foreign work- : to establish fair and at 2:00: p.m. at the local BUSY DAYS AHEAD FOR YOUR CAR ? ? ?
This statement was made recently present at the bearing is for the establishment of criteria ers. reasonable wages for employees gym according to Coach Ernie
at a U.S. Department of from this area were J. W. to be observed by those "We maintain an active and engaged the planting, cultivation HIlL SAFETY CHECK
Labor bearing in Miami on be Beardsley and J. W. Beardsley, who seek a clearance order positive domestic recruiting pro- and harvesting of sugar The games had originallybeen
half of the Florida Sugar Producers Jr. The hearing was held De- from the Secretary of Labor for gram. This program Is worked cane which the producer must scheduled for Friday night, tour Urea, brake. wheel oJlgnment
Association by Fred C. cember 2. presentation to the Attorney out in cooperation with the Florida '1'1Ie deter however the early dismissal for -GET READY FOR HOLIDAY TRAVEL-
Sikes. vice president of the The series of hearings, which General along with petitions requesting State Employment Service mined by the Secretary of Agriculture the Christmas holidays has
U.S. Sugar Corporation.The now have been held In Washington temporary admission and the Bureau of Employment to be fair and reason caused the schedule to be ad-
hearing was one of a aeries Miami Dallas and San of foreign workers for agricultural Security.; The Bureau Is on notice able for employees so engaged vanced. The varsity; game will REDISH STANDARD
scheduled by the Labor De- Francisco, stemmed from pro work. The hearing Is not to that we stand ready to actively :- In Florida Is $115 per hour. be played first and the "B" SERVICEHollingsworth's
recruit domestics In any Rates are subject to review annually. game will follow Immediately
area It designates. It may be of Interest to after.
"For (several) years" workers note that this rate has gone
from the British West Indies from 45c per hour in 1950 to the ........._............-............__......--....elrrl1..-n t.+PSnN@snPar't+p_leWq+lre
have been admitted to the Unit. current rate, an Increase of
ed States for agricultural: work 155%.
pursuant to the provisions of the "Housing for our agricultural
Public NoticeTHE Immigration and Nationality; employees la provided without ShoesGIFTSTARRED
Act of 1952, as amended,-more charge. Meals for unattached
familiarly known as Public Law males (who do not choose to
414 Public Law 78 and the MIgrant feed themselves) are providedat
Labor Agreement of 1951 cost The benefits providedby
as amended were never applicable the Florida Workmen's Compensation -
CITY HALL will close at 12 noon on Thursday, to British West Indians. Act are extended to *
'Terms and conditions of em- all employees
December ployment of West Indians In the "One-way transportation is
24 and will remain closed until 8:30
: United States are embodied In provided to each employee who
an employment agreement ex- Is actively employed for a' pe-
p. m. Monday December 28. ecuted by the employer with riod of not less than ninety; days
each worker.
or for the duration of the harvest
"Tills agreement Is the direct whichever period of time
result of negotiations betweenthe Is the longer. We are opposed to
employer and the British the providing of transportation
THE REGULAR MEETING of the City Commission West Indies Regional Labour two ways.
Board; an agency endowed by "During the course of our active -

scheduled for Monday, December 21 will not beheld the respective with West authority Indian; to governments rep- domestics and positive we have recruitment found that of a Come, see the many styles to
resent their citizens (the workers substantial number of domesticswho select fromHOLLINGSWORTH
). From time to time suggestions accept transportation from ,
from the U.s. Depart- the place of recruitment to the --
ment of Labor have been accepted place of employment never re-
by both parties. port to our Personnel Office. Inasmuch
"These same terms and conditions -' as the tickets are not has slippers for the entire fam- \
of employment are ex- returned we must conclude that
City of Clewiston tended to all American citizens they have been used and that ily. Soft, warm slippers are anMEN'S
In our employ. We believe it toW we have been the means by
a fair and equitable agreement which these domestics have SLIPPERS Ideal Gift for
every one on
for both parties, and we traveled to Florida with no Intension
would have no objection to executing Many Styles
of fulfilling the oral acceptance Christmas List.LADIES'
your .
an individual agreement of the employment offered
$2.98 to $5.95
"We extend to each employee
domestic or foreign a guarantee
of work for not less than seventyfive ,
percent ((75%) of the
period of time for which the em- I CD
ployment agreement la made.
JIMt Tij The agreement with the domestic
] p is oral. This in effect, means

t that ment we will guarantee be available that employ on the r CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS \

basis of an average of 38 hours Worm
per week. In addition to the "- u & comfy. Come and choose
foregoing, we also assure each now. .

You'll Find the Unusual at CORBINS employee each of two minimum week period.earningsfor Of "i- Wide Selection SLIPPERS .' .... $i.99 to $3.99

course, both guarantees are
made on the assumption that i
$2.49 to $3.99
'WINTER HEADQUARTERS\ .fQR'' the employee will be ready and ?
4 willing to work on each day that

HomeownersGLEN employment"We have Is no offered.objection to the I .

LAWNandt? Department of Labor assumingthe r 1R
responsibility for insuring
D1GARDEN new and old compliance with the crlterlal .

Give A Gift That GrowsHouseplants promulgated as a result of these
hearings. However, we wish to
+ I
t respectfully direct the Secre-
tary's attention to the fact that
the B.W.I. Regional Labour
BOOKS Board maintains an Organisation -
in the United States that Is R
SHRUBBERY charged with the responsibility; .
"Florida Plant of the See Our Complete Line ofWOMEN'S
Selector" .... $1.50 FRUIT TREESORNAMENTALS> assuring compliance Personnel on .
part of the employers.
Information about 100 popular plants, of the Bureau of Employ- PUMPS
shrubs and trees. How to use them In ment Security: ; are familiar with
I landscaping your home. Hunreds now !In our this Organisation, and we be- $6.99 to $10.99
lieve they are satisfied that It f

"Florida Lawns and Gardens" $1.50 Garden Center has"We done recommend an efficient that Job.the Secretary i HANDBAGS TO MATCH

I of Labor retain and continue ,
Complete and authorltattive handbookon
In effect the present crl-
Florida gardening will make him terlal with respect to any request
an expert. .' for clearance order to accompany '

., a petition for the importation I '
"Florida : of (British) West Indians
Insects" . . $1.50 for employment In apiculture I o

Florida bugs, and what to do about f .
them. ''lfifhl* "Of course It la understoodthat i
any changes made In employment
conditions as a resultof A GIFT FOR HIM
"You orchids" .
can grow . $1.95 negotiations between the

REMEMBER FID 0 parties incorporated would Into be automatically the criteria I i MEN'S. TEEN AGE FLATS

I I with a gift from our Pet Department. "Organized bargaining labor rights holds collective :for DRESS SHOES Large Selection

? Dog sweaters Harness Collars Dish employees of certain sugar factories -
which are engaged in the f John C. Roberts and

es, Beds, Bird Cages and Parrakeet processing of sugar cane Into $2.99 to .$6.99
(raw) sugar. You have heard a Kingsway ..
t. 1' spokesman for organized labor ,
express views on the advisabO- r
I II f We Gift Wrap Your Purchases Free!

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.': ; Garden CartWheel BOOTS

I' ,
r. ,
auto claim seMis!

I Power Lawn' Aquariums and make -brjMt national BOOTS

,!i i Mowers POTTED MUMS fine gifts. We TropicallFish stock of claim Contact network mi todayAbner ) BOOTS!

\, 1 1.49 value .._.._ 73c: accessories. i
PO1NSEi'MSEv.tythlnq t

for the in full color .._...._ $2.95 MIDGET DUSTERS SPRAYER BIRD BATH Twait L.
Gardener ,
Several verities... $1.50 HEDGE TRIMMERS Vann

i ,t : r Ph. I .
; 1.1 GIVE. A Farm & Garden Supply YU 2-5971 r !

jy I L'Gift' Certificate 4A East Sugarland Highway .._" 'M. I!
_- AT rAAAM1'' Hollingsworth's
'.-' ',, !: Clewiston t ...e...trk..ataea,(w".'.."., Shoesl
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Clewlston Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Nine

Its a bit lateso Thursday, December IT, 1S64 j


MOBILE HOME SALES mail now postal operations would be on a of 15,701 includes representatives -
holiday schedule for Christmas from each of the state's .

_.... oJ Large selection: of quality "Its too late to mall early so Day. Only special delivery will 67 counties as well as 48 of the
FOR trailers. Over 50 avail mail be delivered on Dec. 25. He SO United States The total Is
please now.
FOR RENT-3-bedroom
SALE-3-bedroom house, house WANT TO BUY either 2 or 4 able. 10. 12, 20 ft wide, This Is the plaint of the postal thanked all Clewlston citizens an increase of 891 students over '
\\SSL> 1 bath, large screen porch NorttM1'. completely$125 furnished' drawer filing cabinet Letteror 40, 50, 60 ft. long. From authorities as Christmas closes who cooperated In the "Shop 19S3. :. I
: 440 E. Ventura. May be seen month. Phone legal size. Johnson Cars, YU and Moll Early" campaign.Clewuton ., Ii
!JIIIIIum 4 YU 22571. Decile $3,795 up. Payments as In and the mall piles up In Dade County tops the Florida j i'
of three. after Call YU "562.
"" 101' the price Decl7a'WANTED low as $65. mountains enrollment figures with 2,641 I': Ii''
d DecSlp FOR RENT-2-bedroom students with Duval second at j I.. I
1-1301 ; trailer TO CARE for children A. W. Elsa reminds everyone tax
pIIoNt FOR SALE 2-bedroom CBS YU with large room added. Call In my home. Clean and On Ventura across from that the main Post Office here 1.26S. ; r C

Whose aemee ate.ebedtled o house. 445 W. Haiti Contact 2-3252. Vc dependable woman, Inquire 425 Clinrfcton Poet Office will remain open until 9 p.m. on share $4,576 .
tx lUll Wendell FOR E. El Saturday, Dec. 19 and Wednesday i
b the Whaley, YU RENT-Two 2-bedroom Paso, Clowlston before i :
.. 3385Ltfo 12 Dec. 23 and thereafter revert Youth board II
r- pltk all paeHe houses. Furnished See Mrs. noon. Dec24om : The City of Clewiston la due meets ;
JI1 ysMtea ''I'II..v.. to Its regular schedule,
Fielder to receive $5.823.63 as Its shareof
Highway West II
.. D\JIe\ of the News SHELL WILLIAMS Clewlston. of closing at 12:13 on Wednesdaysand state cigarette taxes for the Revision of the Wetherald

,..,ulllell". r..ellD'" )e HOUSE FOR SALECompletely Dec31c WANM I WOMEK I ,Sewing Machine Saturdays. During the month of October the director Youth Center constitution was ;j. Ii
.., FOR RENT-SrnaU month of December all services discussed last
ed"fort WedvierW furnished. house Fur of the State Beverage Department Thursday eveningat .1 I
.. nished or unfurnished. $35 WHITE WOMEN. Opportunity Repairs of the office will be available has reported. a meeting of the Youth '
and r
room carport 609 E. Trlnt-
dad. Phone 2-3641. per month. See Mrs. Sloan. 433 full or part time. No experIence Including money orders and Total collection for the state Board I'
"..- tic E. Trinidad or call a p. JohnSOD. necessary Earn while you mall delivery will be on s six-: amounted to S4.S76.389 and of Present at the meeting were .'
FOR SALE 90x120 learn.. A weekly pay check: and SINGERSales day basis. this :" i
lot In Golf- tfc amount $1,341,740 goes to Jan Brantley president; Donna I
1 I ISD view Subdivision. Call YU 2- FOR absolutely no investment In Slas suggest the use of air the atate general fund and the Morrison, Bobble Waters, Lawrence I
I 4471 after 8 p.m. Dec24p furnished.RENT-5 room house, un equipment. Have fun and pleasure Service mall and special delivery aguarantee remaining $3.234.641 to qualified Worth Judy Brantley, ::1 j
THANzc 822 East Ventura at home shows with friends prompt delivery. especially -
GREATER: Ave. Parts RentalsBrand municipalities. Bobby Hare and Luis deArmas.It '"j, ,
acreage FOR SALE OR RENT3bed.room CaU YU 2-4031. arc and neighbors. Write Josephine : for out-of-town mall.
houses was decided to hold regular I
for customers cement block house In Davis P. 0. Box '63. Belle new touch and sew In all Instances, he says, the third
monthly meetings
I lI iIoe es. We have with Clewlston. Call Belle Glade 996- -I ; I Glade, Fla. Dec24e: CARITHERS machines! en RADIO display& at TV use of ZIP codes will be help County studentsat Thursday of the month.A every. ;k t I
6668 for information tic ful. The codes generally meanthat
I'Beardsley.y. PIa. Glades Mercbantlle Co. Authorized letter was read which had :
the mall In more
moves a
tfc ;ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 MIS Singer agent 1 U store been received from the Fort i
..EAL ESTA FOR SALE-43: ft. house trail- direct route and Is handled fewer
E fORJEHT everSaturday. Please call Pierce Community Center asking '\ i
bedroom er, Z-bedroom times. Parcels with sipped students from Ben- .
SALE Two wltn-2 rooms YU 2-6441 or come In 108 for topics to be discussed at
lOB added addresses be delivered 24 dry County are enrolled at the
$55 on. Two may
Payment per 50x115 PIANO
lots LESSONS-Mrs. Bond Street.
$300. Victor tic the Youth Workshop to be held
cse tfc FOR RENT-One and two bed. fenced. $3500. See Carbon hours or more before others goIng University of Florida a recent
V.D. KiD' 401 West Crescent in Fort Pierce on January 9, .J
room trailers also large TV & Radio) Service Center, Phone YU 2-1871. J to. the same destination tabulation showed. There are 1965. !
Real Estate shady spaces. City sewerage.No YU 21221. Dec31c n7p which do not Include the five three students at the universityfrom .:
pets. Clewlston Trailer Park. BLUM & SONS PLASTERING digit code. Glades County. Bobble Waters
JEf-IWO bedroom CBS eon- YU 2-2861., tic FOR SALE 01. RENT-10-X43' Very Best Work-. SOUTH SIDE The postmaster said that all The university's student body Publicity Chairman !
D. 19.000.pTBSIDE2 two bedroom !bnui: ( trailer. We Save You Money NEW FRAME HOME ."
bedroom frame, FOR RENT One bedroom Call YU S-2761. tie Plastering Simulated Stone e 3 bedrooms

ImJClEAGE NEW a. vailable.2-BEDROOM. 2 FOR house.ments.RENT-Furnished Phone 824 Concordia YU 2-6881.apart-Ave.tfc, FOR 1238.house SALE trailer-,1955 37'. Richardson Call YU 2- Stucco-Free Licensed 3E50 Lora and Street Estimate Insured e e fireplace\Y baths Harlem Community NewsMRS J I

YU 2-6675. tfc tfcrU1 large font
Thine home. Hardwood! Fort .
/ Myers, Fla. tfc porch JANIE S. GAJADRA Colored News Edits Phone YU 2-7431
FOR RENT One bedroom ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 e utility building ,
jftflA HOMES to Browsrd. Trailer. Not in trailer .
park. (16'x32-\
) ,
and Dade coupkaarlous : SLIP COVERS and drapes. Custom MRS. SANDERS ATTENDS to complete old business before P.T.A. NOTES
Beach Call YU 3-2403. tie
him slue and Pricei' made. Complete line of e flood lightsshrubbery EXECUTIVE BOARD the new year and add several On account of the Christmasi-

payment FOR RENT Modern one bed FACTORY FRESH: WALTHAM drapery and slip cover fabrics MEETINGMrs. amendments to the constitution holidays, the meeting of the ,
fed cash Efficiencies: and room apartment. Nice neighborhood or Gruen, 17 jewel watches Free estimates Call YU 2-5831 fruit trees this meeting was very inspire P.T.A. was held Monday night, '
IH EDIT -svaHable. 130 W. Crescent Drive J20 to $30 below list. See Al Van Cothern's! Custom Furniture e good constructionlots T. J. Sanders, presidentof ing and challenging. This group Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. After the do-
epees ii Phone YU 2-7321. Jan7p Fuller's ad page 8. Dec31c and Upholstery. tfe llS'xlSO1additional the Hendry County Progressive represented seven counties dined vot on, the president called for
APARTMENTS MOTELS Teachers' Association attended as the 'meeting progressed. unfinished business. Mr. Fair-
vacant loU to select B. B. WILSON FOR SALE 2.year.-old male lots the Executive Board
ONT 1000 At the end of the meeting each ley made very remarkable re
$ta lor all nirposes. Various German shepherd AKC reg available meeting of District Eleven. member exchanged a humorous port on the trip to the classic.
Temu.St5roZ TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS or istered. Can be seen at 341 Cen- Display Shown byappoJntmlnt The meeting was held Sat., gift to begin the Christmas Under his supervision, we were 1t
pas} r AND INCOME: trailer space for rent. FairGrounds tral after 4:30: p,m. Jan7c only. Dec 12, at the Howard Johnson spirit and the yuletide season able to charter two Trailway

PROPERTY. Trailer Park. Phone FOR SALE 12 ft. Crestllner 1. M. LANKFORD Restaurant, West Palm Beach. buses for the trip. The children
3-3044. tfc The object of the meeting was
MolellM Aluminum Boat new condition CONFERENCE NOTES! were chaperoned and well be 1Z

HONT3LY: RENTAL. Real FOR KENT-Trallerj and Trailer and trailer with 10 H.P. ClassifiedsFOR The 74th Annual Session of the hayed From this effort the
CDS construction $25,000. Johnson new condition. Also 3 South Florida Conference of the P.TA. made a contribution of -::
t.USG TERM, low Interest. apace Royal Palm Trailer nice platform rockers. CaU YU African Methodist Episcopal 100.00 to the Band Uniform tt
arm, cane, grove and ranchernages Patk. Phone YU 2-2603. tic 22891. LaByers Motel. tfc Church was held Dec. 9 thru 13, drive and we are grateful to I ,

minimum $50,000. FOR RENT Three bedroom RENTOne AL'S'XMAS 1964 at the Mt. Herman A.M.E. parents and friends who made 'N,
LISTINGS NEEDED FOR SALE-1960 Blue Thunder. Church, OpaLocka Fla. this trip possible. 't
dun talk over your Real CBS house, unfurnished. Call bIrd; 1957 V-8 Ford 2-door. Bedroom Furnished Theme .. "Seeking The Mind of Chaperons accompanying: the ::1 I
Lute problems with us, wep YU 3-3901. Dec17c new paint and Interior. Call Pat Apartment $65.00 Christ and the Guidance of group were, Mrs. Roy Bobo, I
McElroy, YU 3-3531. DACE-MONROE Mrs Mary Brewster Mrs. Bet- t [
$be able to help you we FOR RENT-1 and 3 room furnished the Holy Spirit"The I
309 West Sucjarland Right Reverend ty. Williams, Mrs. Essie B. '"
in helped hundreds. apartment.. Phone 2127L FOR SALE-1964 Honda Motorcycle Sleeping Bags Eugene "'
Sasser, Mrs Eloise Cox and :r,'
YU 3-2941 PUP TENTS Clifford Hatcher, D D., D. D. .
3 M. tic -, 150 cc. Looks and runs Mrs. Maggie Harris.
Broker like new Cost $540, sell for presiding.
seal \ $6.88 Rev J. A. Roberts _.._ '
111 East Sugarland Highway FOR RENT One bedroom $350 YU 3-1164. Decl7p $8.88 $5.98 Presiding Elder Host {
$17 week. Lights up CARD OF THANKS
General Trailer. per y
frt, Auto Insurance and and water furnished. Phone YU 0. C. WILCOX JR. FOR SALE Req. Rev.Associate S. L. Gay .... Host Pastor We wish to express our thanksto .'J
presiding elders ."1'\'\
tfc friends for flowers,
Onlsto! Fla. Ph. YU 2.2101Business 24064. REGISTERED!: CITRUS TREES were Rev. D. A. Russell, Rev.F our many
An aluminum Florida nom cards, telegrams, words of sympathy
FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. Until Christma.I A. Allen Rev. A. A. Williams
and screen room with S bed- Open Ennlnqa and prayers during the
M. TomlUuon, Ooa. Fla. Phone h and Rev. J. B. Blake.
room trailer attached hours of our bereavement in the
I RE 5-2786 tfc Occupancy lite November Accompanying Rev. L. Holmes loss of my brother and loved

Directory FOR SALE-55 Plymouth Savoy or early December I XMAS GIfT ACME BOOTS I pastor New Bethel A.M.E.Clewiston one Rev. Jessie Hollls, Daytona ,I I
Mr. J. II.
New tires. Call George Jep- COMPLEXLY FURNISHED were Beach Fla May God sdd a '
Hardy, Mrs. Lucile Wilson, Mrs.Grace .
son at YU 2-6231. Dec31c Contact special blessing to each of youis
Collins and Mlsi Dorathy

JdrWSON CARS SEPTIC TANK ALL MAKES 21" USED TV GREG ESSER AL'S ARMY STORE McCray Members from No 1and like our you prayer helped, became us to bear people our

SALES AND SERVICE SETS. Guaranteed, Sit 15 YU 3-2921 No. 3 Choirs appeared on burden. Again, we thank ,you.

Silt Bead 112, Sooth PLUMBING down, S14.04 per month. LAKE (roSE OUR LAY-A WAY- lAN) the conference'proram, Sunday Respectfully. :"',
OR 5-2039 APPLIANCE CO YU 2-7151. tfc 723 E. Sugarland Hwy. C1ewlatoD afternoon. Rev. Holmes receiveda Mr. and Mrs. Grady 1
[ fat trauportatlon for your Curry new appointment and New Moody and 'family I
LoBelle. Florida FOR SALE Orchids-Bloom Bethel A.M.E. will greet a new
money .nd the HoUii family
In,. $3 & )5. Others $100 each. ...
If interested pastor on Sunday.8UOARLAND .
Ui tide of Miami J
Fireball poinsettlas. Colborne's

GOULD BROS. Nursery, Highway 27. Dec24c In one of the beet Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS! SINGERS The many friends of Mr. ;' I

Tm rhlloo DeilerCARITHERS FOR SALE Parakeets, $200 CHRISTMAS CONCERT James (Georgia Boy) McBride :.

STORE up, Mynah birds African lovebirds masonry residence The Sugarland Singers of regret very much to hear of his '

( PAINT monkeys, cages, supplies. on Borthslde Clewlston presented a Christmas passing, Saturday morning.The .
Wild Concert and Cantata at the body will be shipped to
Insured ,
Pet boarding Thompson
Licensed Contractors r
IADIO and TV Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- please Harlem l Gymnatorium last Columbus, Ca. for funeral services .

W1S WITH SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES 1236. tie When I Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. Under and burial Reddick Funeral
contactJ. the direction of Dr. L. G. Home in charge of arrange .!
U approved credit cards Illy, E. Socarland Hwy. Vaughn, Jr., the group sang meets -

welcome here. Phone YU Mill M. Lankford carols, barbershop numbers Instrumental
want your selection, spiritualsand
IoRIl: BId,. 108 Bond St folk longs The Christmas
SEE US FORBOTTLED cantata Johnson
was narrated by the Cars
Piece YU 2-6441 GAS ALTERATIONS-Hemi and other opinion- Rev. Bob Christie

alterations! done for you. The very fine performance of Stat. Road 832 South ''i

Bob Overholt'i AppliancesSalesService Call YU 27521. Decl7c HOUSE FOR this group was accompanied by Most transportation for your j I

I TRAILER SALES BABY SITTING anytime. Call SALE Ill ask to an be atmosphere remembered.of culture long money this side of Mlt.tm1JJulia'

33491. DecSlp
and USED r

515 POWER GASCORPORATION WANTED-Clean cotton ragsno 5 Bedrooms two baths. for it! CHURCH NEWS
Central Avenue buttons or zlppen. lOc per Furnished on large lot Greater Friendship Baptist _" I
Phone Clewlston Rev. L. M. King, .
YU 3.1831WALDRON'S pound. Please weigh. North of Sugarland. pastor I
Installation of the pastor
News. NookFOR
Period for Large What's wrong, fella? Got a big liability. suit on your Week's Program Beauty

YU 3-4101 HELP WANTEDDo Family banda. Monday night Dec. 14 Guest THAT NEW LOOK !

you need an extra $25.00 Proper insurance, not belligerence Is \the only thing speaker, Rev. L. W. Williams, Tinting. Styling Cutting, No

I *BS AND GROCERIES to $4000 per week to supplement $10,500.00TERMS thing that will help when you have an accident or fire. pastor, New Bethel Baptist Appointment, Friday and
BENDRT COUNTY your present income? Let us explain our Independent Services to you. Church, LaBelle Fla. Saturday
W7im.to 1 p.m. Title & Abstract Co. Fuller Brush Company has Tuesday night Dec. IS Guest Fee. blonD.... CaD .....11Hn.
part time work for High Dade-Monroe speaker Rev. J. L. James, Ida ...... Proprietor'
ItoSpm.b Title Abstracts-Title Instance School boys with car or working Beardsley-Nash Insurance AgencyTelephone pastor, Friendship Baptist

Dan i Week LaBefle, Fla. men or women that have Realty Church, Benbow

7dH IVERy F. O. 80S *UOlange 10 to 20 hours per week to donate 309 W. Sugorkmd E. sgariand Highway TO S-7M1 CUwtstesi Wednesday might Dee. 18 ? Harlem Club
TUESDAY) M2tt to part time work. Call YU 3-2941 Guest speaker, Rev. A. A.
*flair Spur of Moment collect Belle Glade 996-5917. Drayton pastor Mt. Olive Favorite' Mixed Drinks Tried
Ptallci Jan7c Baptist Church Lake Harbor Chick, Fish Hamtmrger
Ibm les East of Oewlstoii Thursday night Dec. 17 Services and other Sandwiches
Recorded Music
_Bare Beach EVINRUDESales conducted by Rev. Floyd Pepular Bands
Keys, pastor, Mt.
Olive Bap
Mr. aid Mre. Win WaBaMVreyrtetors
Azt05 ACREAGE FOR SALE hat Church, Rltta Village .
6on Cattlemen and ServiceNew RENTALS Friday Dec. IS ? Guest speaker -

.. Rev. W. M. Bouyer
*045>t ilia. te eewndaa gad Used Won Been talking & thinking about buying tor, New Hope Baptist Church,

:kei, Ie"1rIUI a leer OST.. Marine HardwarePara small tract of acreage? Pahokee. Fla. Hilton Grocery
IDtenet seta. and Accessories Sunday, Dec. 20 __ J p.m. Oreoarles. Fresh Keats.Vegetables. .
f Marine Safety. Equipment "We have just what you want" 2-2-Bedroom Guest speaker, Moderator O. Cold Drinks, Essential
Federal Land D. Williams, parlor New Items
Bank Phone' TTJkei 1-1.11 20 ACRES Bethel Baptist Church;. Belle We appreciate your patronMr ;
2-1-Bedroom Glade, Fla.
R. E.
Friends ar. weloome to and HStae.
Planted worship
W. 2. BOAT Cleared Fenced. Grass with us. Free ,

'- ,,_ Wales,4 For prompt. Efficient: Good Water. Electricity Completely furnished ,' .

..................11ee1da Home delivery HERALD Road to property ,. ,!
OF THE MIAMI WILL GROW ANYTHING tsy'at 330 E. VenturaCALL. 1 Elite Cafe and Grocery "

"nu Electric I Call Bobby Gidd'uTTJUMl right. Also have NEW LOCATION
Price and terms are Corner,
Tennessee and Fourth Streets
-L""< : AD AJIIIIIueea 5-25-90-640 acre tracts .

Cl1ltraeUII Tribune Home Cooked Food, Sasdwicbas, CoW Drinks Candles.
54.s prove .un Tampa If really want to buy don't wait Cookies and Ice Cream
a" you Exclusive
DO IT NOW Atmosphere
CO- Ft. Myers Service with a smile

New Press REALTYYU Registered Beer Estate Broker Don't forget to purchase a Clewiaton News
Delivery ClewIston Florida
Rome YU 2-7501
!" NIGHT:' CLYDE CARTER 3.2941 309 W. Sugarland Hwy. YUkon 2..7651gLASSIFIED
t, 714 E.
a... Phone YU *WT1 t


THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clew ton, Florida
Pal Ten

of cane harvester is big job, but progress is reported Thursday December IT, IOU Sports parachutists will compete I

In this age of mechanization- sugar, lift the cane from the Run from Trooper in invitational meet at Air Glades

one would think that the devel ground so that the blade will
opment of a machine for harvesting v ..i", find Its mark.A costly exerciseKenny Paul Poppenhager. of South a s far away.. a*
auger cane would be a chain belt equipped with Florida Parachute, Inc., is making City area; and this Canada 1
simple accomplishment Bi't i: teeth take the cane from the Franklin Jr. of Harlem plan for the South Winter penis entrie. from ear be
such it not the case blade and conveys it to the. top spent a costly evening on Invitational meet of sports parai'hutlfU.'on Virgin Islands. St C

Practically all the cane gathered of the machine where it goes the highways Friday a* be was January 1, 2 and 3 There Is no
in the fields of Louisiana through a blade arrangement convicted of four charge in at Air Glades Airport, six miles meet, and the admission: to I
if harvested by machine and ''one of the most sophisticated county court Monday. west of Clewlston. to com out and public w welt
this fact gnaws at the professional components of the machine) that Thirty-five parachutists will eating watch the in*
According to Trooper Lew event.
pride of the engineers cuts it into short lengths regardless he be on hand for the meet, said start about Jumping
Tydlngs, attempted to stop eight
charged with developing such a it enters "eloct
of Its position as
d Franklin for questioning and the Poppenhager, U weather conditions morning
machine for this area. There the blade area. Then the cut look favorable. In'the past
y Negro led him tor a high speed On December
are differences in plant varieties cane 1 II picked up by s lateral the contestants have come horn 31st m a .
soil and weather, however, that feeds it into the chase through Sugarland Ranchat meet event there will be
conveyor of them are from the New York
90 miles hour crossed US lump
that make possible in Louisiana four-wagon train that move per from a DC3 air
27 and hit the fence of the Future which' will

what is very difficult to accomplish alongside the cutting .machine, brought up
here. drawn by a tractor. Farmer of America pas Ladies of the Lake Miami tor the day Startln
' Nevertheless, the engineers of The cutting machine has two ture. Franklin continued his attempts 10 a.m. the mass jumps, ,
the U.S. Sugar Corporation have diesel motors, one for propellingthe to escape by foot, how- 12-1044 ed to 30 persons each wig
come up with a colossal con machine and the other for ever dogs In the area turned Total Place. This event Is also
traption that may eventually working the cutting and other him back towards Tydlngs who wins Losses Finn to the public without char

solve their problems and at device Together with the tractor was following on foot. Old South ......... 37 15 29483
least cut down to a major ex pulling the wagons, It pre Franklin was found guilty of Glades Rest. .... 30% 21V4 29287
tent the number of laborer while Intoxicated Lumber. 29 23 27303
required sents a noisy, smoky juggernaut driving ($200 Hare
to reap the crop. a* it move along. or 60 days, loss of driving privilege Waldron Motors 28 28 26659 ChristmasGift
The development of such a The machine 1* now being 90 day): no driver' license USSC __......-2S% 28%4 28841
machine is a prime objective of tested for its daily output, ($50 or 25 day plus 10 Sport Shop...... 22 30 29323
the sugar company because it is 0THIS among other things. No figures day); leaving scene of an accident Parkinson' _. 21 31 28627
feared that in the not too din \ are. yet available but it would ($25 or 10 days); and Alene's Gifts .,... 17 35 28228
tant future the offshore labor ---AL.-r.. : take many men-cutting their resisting arrest without violence
that now does the cutting Job : ,,'-- "" average seven tons plus per day S2S or 10 days), Illrh Scratch GUll GIVECracker
F i. J. Spurllng ._ .___ ____ .. 203
become unavailable, either ... -
may -to equal its pace, albeit they Tydlngs said that Franklinhad 187
B. Brasher _
because of legislation or some COMPLICATED MACHINE doe the complicated lob of cutting can. It .Is slopped would do a cleaner Job. flunked his driving test M. Diets ___... 186 Histo
other reason. In a can field between Clewlston and Moor Karen; as It awaits the arrival of that day and had continued to
Chief agricultural engineer on which will load its Shown with it Bill Holmes drive without a license. Hlfh Handicap GameJ.
the project is Joseph P. Sexton, a wagon train output or deft), staff *n- ofOkeechobee
Jr. who makes it plain that the engineer and )Joe Sexton chief agricultural engineer for the U. S. Suqar Companywho Spurllng __., 258
win 1 M. Diets ___ ..._ 239
huge machine now patrollingthe are seeking to develop it to a point whet it can be termed "harvester. Tigers ; .w

fields as the designers seek STAFF.PHOTO City docketCases 'High Scratch Series !
to work out the bugs, is not a
P. McLendon 491
"harvester" In the true sense cal harvesting of sugar is con- In this area, the uneveness of frozen cane starts deteriorating lose two in disposed of by City W. Smith i.i--r--.m., -.rim.i.r..i.n,. 457 Hard Cover or Paper,
of that term. A "harvester", in cerned," Sexton says. "As yet, growth, due to the recumbentcane from the top and once this has Judge Charles Miner, Jr, recently
Sexton's view, is a machine that there has been no mechanical docs not allow this. It is started a little more of the include Bert Turner, die high Handicap Series Sugarland Pharmac

can do the entire job of cuttingthe harvester built that will successfully very common to have one stalk stalk has to be cut off each weekend gamesCoach orderly conduct, $SO or J days; W. Smith ..,-_.-_.._.,,.. $25 Frank's Grocery '
cane from the ground, trimming harvest our particulartype with its top three feet above the day. Then, too, some of the James Randall Adams, bad P. McLendon _.?,?_ 623
it and reducing It to segments of sugar cane and produce ground leaning against another stalks are more badly damagedthan Ernie Hill' Inexperienced checks $150 or 60 days; Elmer
ready for the mill; then what we consider a millable stalk that soars 11 feet above others. This! requires an Tiger won their first McAllister, petit lareny, 1150 or
loading it on wagons to take it product." the ground. The straighteningof ability for selection that machines game of the season Friday nightby 45 days; Carlos Garcia red
there. Sexton lists five reasons why the cane is practically Impossible do not have. Some weeks defeating Avon Park 37 to 21. light, (10; and Joe Doctor, 4 SUGARLAND ROLLER RINK
The first attempt to develop producing an efficient harvester due to entanglementwith after a freeze, sucker will begin Saturday night and Tuesday days, no valid driver' license.
a mechanical reaper was start--' is difficult other stalks and the softness to grow in the cane and night they were beaten by Ft CHRISTMAS. SKATNG PARTY
ed a quarter of a century ago, 'of the ground. Attempts to these must be discarded. They and Arcadia to push
1. Most of the high tonnage Myers
but hand labor was plentiful at straighten it usually result in contain no sugar
cane produced in this area is their season record to 15. December 19th
the time and when formldlble pulling the cane out of the This Beardsley named Saturday
represents s formidible
obstacles encountered Ins what he terms "recumbent"has The Avon Park win was a
were a tendency to flatten-particularly ground. array of hurdles for the engineer Ridga Conference victory, which
the the machinethe Prices
development of after a good growing 3. The soft muck soil in which to surmount but a brave coupled with a conference loss J. W. Beardsley, Jr. of Clew- Regular

About project was and abandoned.half season. The reason for this is the bulk of sugar cane Is grownin start has been made and you to Arcadia gives the Tiger a lston hIS been appointed to the Skate 7:30 10
a years Labor Committee of the Florida : -
Florida has bad "load- the that the
get impression
stalks very engineers
the heaviness of the soft 1.1 record in conference play.
when it foreseen that
ago was bearln," characteristics even with understandable Fruit and Vegetable Growers Dancing I 10 Until ?
fluffy soil and occasional high -
the offshore labor supply would Avon Park won the jayvee p.m.
according to an announcement -
when dry. Dury rainy periods caution, are more optimistic
be short, the task of wind velocities. This cane seems contest, 39 to 24.Clewl.t..
developingthe by John W. Evans, Prizes Prizes
to hug the ground as It grows heavy equipment, in addition to than they will admit
machine taken
was up getting bogged down compactsthe ; .. president of the association.
again. and Is extremely difficult to cut The experimental prototype

The first effort was bent toward close to the ground, which is soil and thus retards root seems to be doing a thorough A. Morrell .. ....... I.4 It I 11 t.
best of the development. Job as it the fields Jones .. 1Ualdr.e
continuous the portion cane. moves across --- I :
adapting a : :: == 2
loader and sufficient progresswas 2. Proper topping, of our cane 4. The mechanical harvester but there are men out front liuwdenM ._ ._ 1 1 I
to is difficult, this being true because presents a problem in trash. hacking away the cane tops and Murnll e itTotal
made the :
encourage In order
: ::= ti siAv. to
employees long
company to attempt to build a In this area the entire The burning of fields removesa other trash with their big knives. give our a

machine from scratch, Incorporating stalk Is not completely maturedat large percentage of the trash Sitting on top of the mechanical .. Park

some of the developments the time of harvest. This Im and the remainder is removedby monster as it move alongis Halbltf .... ..._____is I It 0 t.4
made with the loader. mature portion contains waxes the cane cutters, ender the a man who, from his 12-foot Butl.r .. ....._._ 0 0 0 Christmas weekendwe
present mode of operation. Only Yarn .. .. ._ 1 0 i
The experimental machinenow and impurities that make clarification perch, both drives the machine Ov.rl. ___ o 0 0
being tested and improvedis at the mill a difficult about 4 per cent of the trash on a proper line through the Coleman ...__..__ IStrlckl.r 0 0
a complex metal behemoththat procedure. The normal methodof reaches the mill with the cane cene field and adjusts the big _._..__ I 1 7Hold.n
_.__._ 1 1 I
to an unlnltiate seems to topping cane in other areas There is no doubt that the me circular blade that whirls horizontal Tol..l. __ _-._ 10 I It will remain
be doing a great Job. However, is by determining an average chanical harvester will have to to the ground. The purpose Cl.wl.ton ... .i 4 II 14-J 7
it has not yet reached the efficiency height above the ground at accept more trash. i is to cut the cane a* close Avon Park __7 < .4 4-11

sought by its makers. which the cane stalks should be 5. On the average of once In to the ground a* possible as this Against the Ft. Myers Green

"Florida has its own unique topped and setting the topper at every three yean it is neces- part of the stalk 1 II rich in sugar Wave Saturday night, the Tiger
problems as far the mechani- this frozen A coil called made an exciting game of it for
as elevation. sary to harvest cane The strong metal an Closed Sat. Dec. 26
the first half {behind outstandingplay on
of Alberto Morrell who
''t .
I sank 22 points and helped control ,
the backboards, only to

The 1965 Ford rides quieter lost The Ft- 1.Myers "B" team used

: .
Its reserves most of the fame Beck MotorsIN
a* they coasted to an easy 50-31

than a Rolls-Royce victory over the Baby Tigers.
Mike Bennett was the whole
show for the Clewiston Kittens
/ .\ ,a* he tallied 18 points.

Hard to believe? Maybe. but it's true. The Ford ride proved quieter in f tests conducted frt Spree CASE OF EMERGENCY PHONE J. T WEBB YU 2.7411
h 1 I..tt.It.tI. .

by the world's leading acoustical.consultants (Bolt, Beranek and Newman, .Orub.r., __ a I II 4 U 1 -_ -

<< Co.t.llo __ I 1 11
Inc.). These tests were certified by the U. S. Auto Club. But come make your own Correa ___ I 1 0 I aHendry 4
tlekl.a. 1 1 aHud.oe
test. And be ready for many other Ford surprises. _._ 1 1 0 1 7Oandy 4 TRULY BARGAIN!
+ i'pl..t'! 1 e sTotal.
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And gives luxurious new features like these. Clewlat.aS.. 'n t. COME SEE FOR YOURSELF
you A. Morr.llB ...__ 18 1 II .
..rd.l x 0 I eJoe.
.. ______..e. 1 s 1
Burton .._ 0 0 1
Bald re. __._ 0 0 0 64 Corvair Monza Coupe
Bowden .. _'_ 1 a 1 SAVE
M. Morrrll __ r 4 1
Total. _.. __ II 11 41CI..I.ton' 4-Speed transmission, radio, heater end BIG
'' ...11 I II 10-41 engine. Only 7.000 miles. Looks Wee new..."....-,
fort My.rt .11 II 11 II-tl

Tuesday night on the Clewis-
a ton court, Arcadia pushed Its 63 Oldsmobile! Super 88 SEE
< unbeaten streak to lour behind
tL K t Jim Yarbough. Ricky Dodd and 4-Door. All power and cdr conditioned. Can't b.
AI Trawick. The trio led the told from new Priced $400 below market Talu-.
Bulldogs to a conference championship
last year, and are oddson

1 L; year.favorites to retain it this 63 Falcon 2-Door Sedan $ 1295

\ Yarbough. the "'5" center net A sharp car This week only
ted 20 points and pulled down
IS rebounds for the winner

Qcwlston also lost the B 60 Chevrolet Impala Door V8
31-24 In overtime. BUY
Silent-Flo Ventilation (on 4-door hardNew gltra-hnoriou Ford LTD has quilted nylon-and-vinyl upholstery, thick cut-pile game Power glide, _
tops). Fresh air I Is drawn in, stale air carpeting rich walnut: pane':Ing in doors and Instrument panel, and((Uks all Fords) AM4UArcdl many other power steering radio healer and

i removed even with all window*closed. -spaciousness. Even tDt _ip, shoulder, .net room than last year. 'l'r..lck _.____..7 't II t.14amlta extern: The cleanest In town _

..... 4 e I
.j iamUtoa __ 1 1 1.Tarbeugl
1 11 IO 58 Oldsmobile Super 88 4-Door
; Dodd a / 1P.Im.r /
i .; 1965 Ford Galsxle 500/XL Coilino i 1 1 I 1 4 Hardtop. fuD power and air conditioned. New
'., Z-Doa Hardtop Toulon,._ It 11 04CI.w4.t. Only _.., .
t ..
'. .ft t.;'

t I T A..Ielr.Morren..,___' e 4 J 4 1 1 4 aweirdo. I SEE THESE FINE CARS PLUS MANY OTHERSAll

M. Morroll I 1 7
I Bowden __ 1 e a
Jlartoa __ e t ITetala
II II 14 Carry the One-Year WarrantyLOW
'i'i'' _14 155 1Id0Clewlatoa
.J : i r I 4 0 IWO

._ lkftWlfyttl ago1 adf Youth center danceA
TrI I1Me 7 Iutt maItcf G1

I ?;, 'j: BACKINFULLPRODUCTION! FORD Youth their Christmas guest Center will members dance be held for at and thee an Wells Motor Cov Inc(|

- -
on Wednesday night
ti center
I Dec. 23 from a to 12 p.m. (25 CLEWISTON-S ONLY AUTHOBIZED

i Glade The'will Ax-C-Dent furnish music from for Belle the $ P CHEVHOLCT PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE DEALER

c' MOTORS INC. evening.Ticket at the door win
t ; VHENDRY Phone YU
; be Advance 75 cent tickets stag and are 11.00 being drag sold 2-450 Sugarland Hwy. Cleric

,543 E-Sugarland l Highway Oewuton, Fla. for W cents test In each ease OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9,00Development
II by member of the Youth Board.

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