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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Miller commander of the yew 1962 was a good year are the two big countywide accom The directors ana membership
American Legion Post reports a In Clewist-in .
nothing earthshaking plishments.The of the Hendry County Fair and
successful handling of the
very but a good steady advance -
Livestock
school board will! probably Association will remember
Christmas baskets in
eastern Hen-
and growth, which we would feel that the stabilization of a 1962 as the year in which the
dry County this year The Legion like to see continued each ,
year Fair first exhibited in
takes the lead in coordinating the planned building program which Its own buildIng -
community and welfare assistanceat The big news story of the year has brought additions to Clewiston, With a great deal of cooperation .
Christmas seeing that gifts are is always a matter of interest LaBelle and Harlem schools is its on the part of the Fair, county
available for all children in the when the year ends. This year the big news. In the near future are and city authorities, the State
area and that needy families are choice is not so easy. It dependson more classrooms for all three Department of Agriculture and
remembered. the point of view. schools Maintenance Including U.S. Sugar Corporation the Fair
--'" Even on the national picture painting of Harlem Academy during building was constructed and
Basic to the baskets Is the girt there was a choice in selection of the Christmas holidays, has grounds improved. *
of food which Is purchased through the big news story. John Glenn's upgrade/ the appearance of the A county building to house agri-
funds donated by the Hendry orbital flight raising America's school property. curture department offices and a
\ County Board of County Commis- prestige was the big story Plans for additional science sub-office for the eastern county
sioners from the welfare fund of until the Cuban crisis. The liber- rooms (Clewiston has a new one) area is adjoining the Fair Exhibit
( the county. Toys are donated by eration of the Bay of Pigs Invasion at Harlem and LaBelle indicate the building. Both are being used for
P individuals and clubs and the Key prisoners at Christmas ranksat emphasis which the school system many community purposes.
Club, under the leadership of Tom. the top also. is placing on improved science and The law enforcement officers
: my Moore did a fine Job this year Florida's big news story is probably math instruction In the schools. will remember 1962 as the year of
'. of helping to gather the toys and : the one that did not happen The federal government now has traffic tragedies as will many of
In the distribution. Beardsley the reapportionment of the a program allotting some funds toward its citizens. After several years of
.( IL Farms donated the fruit as they legislature. certain science equipmentand no fatalities from traffic accidents

V M have many times in past years. Hendry County's big story Hendry County schools will three deaths resulted this year from
'-- ------- --- The Legion Post purchased goodiesfor or stories does not lie in get their pro-rata share. accidents on the city streets.
f HE MX F" "' I shown slightly hit the 80-foot target area dead center once; the baskets-candy and Items Clewiston at all The $150.000 jail The retention of a larger percentage The big news for agriculture was
off Uri\ .. .ad.,. I *pb parachuting eon- landed oDee lift Inches from center and one which seemed Inapporpriate to buy in LaBelle now nearing completion of teachers indicate the the expansion of the sugar industry
I.test held Saturday and 8'T > t Alrglade Air- 8'/i' feet from center In the three Jumps permitted from county funds. and the start of four-laning strength of the instructional program in the area and the big freeze In
i port. Best aim el this phase the competition all entrants.-STAFF PIIOTO.lIfvo There was a wonderful responseto of US 27 east of Clewiston, most and its steady improvementin December
I wit displayed bj tarry Dopnlt if DcLand, who the request for toy donation, of which is in Palm Beach County I- C:: school system. It was a big year for personal

said Commander Miller and the City ...' Clewiston officials are achievement for some citizens.
SKY DIVERS Legion wishes to convey the thanksof now work on sew.'ge plans (Continued on Page Eight
; I Injured i In Car; Tractor the post and of the recipientsof County Commission which sh "Ud .t'. jiderwa;) early in
| the baskets to the county com- 1963. The ..*,< >' growth o: Clew Father DormanIs
EN THRILLING mIssioners, the Beardsley Farms, Reorganize TuesdayThe iston has caukxl i.'.p'Oveme.t: of
WCrash the Key Club other citizens and many streets wuh vere In .he
On U.S. 27 A
[ dnesday clubs who cooperated in this proj reorganization meeting of original plat but h, 1 ever bee; OrdainedTo

2-DAY MEET"Sky.dfvers" ect. the Hendry County Board of County opened for use. During a. year the
NdIzs Jayne Parsons 8003 Bay- de. i, all from Miami who were Commissioners will be held Hty entered into a new > ntract The PriesthoodThe i
) ; re Drive Tampa I was injured rid i in a car immediately be- TB Patients Get Tuesday, January 8th when R. C. with! U. S. Sugar Corporal: for I
en the small Anglia Ford in I hino. 'he Anglia. They were Virgil from such divergent I Nowllng begins another four year I purchase of electric power; Ordination of the Reverend
ch she was a passenger ram- Scott 'r.. Barth Smith, John Gayle points as Toronto Canada Governor's Card term, and W. B. Barron takes his The Chamber of Commerce -fn-j dark h. Dorman to the Sacred
!, Into the scoop of an AUlsalmers frienc of young Smith from high Nassau B.W.I" Fort Bragg, N.C, I seat on the board for the first time. cers cat xrint proudly to wo I,Order of Priests was held in St
tractor loader aboutht school days Miss Parsons had Chicago and other U.S. points par Patients at the state tuberculosis Barron defeated veteran J. O. Davidson events dur.. the year wh,h Martin's Episcopal Church In dew-
miles west of Clewiston yes- been v dting the Smith family over tlcipated ,in ,the first annual South hospitals in''Lantana,' Tampa' and in the 1962 electione. brought mue:. u'orable.. publlclV! I|listen'! Wednesday morning
relay afternoon. Driver of the car the Ne Year and was enroute to Florida Winter Invitational Skydiving Tallahassee this year have received Holdover commissioners who to Clewiston: m& 'wa meeting' The Ordaining Bishop was the
.as David Joel Smith of Miami her hon e in Tampa. She was resting Competition staged at Air- a special greeting from Flor have two more yean on their present of the Florida Sur.r. Chamber of ."*t Reverend William L Hargrave
Florida State University student comfortably in Hendry General Glades airport, Clewiston Saturdayand ida's First Family. terms are Gratton George Commerce held bcrc daring the ffragan Bishop diocese of South
turning to Tallahassee after the H)5pItallalt: evening.Troopers Sunday. The FFriis: Bryants' Christina chairman; Campbell E. Nail both summer and the ovcrdg&t stop of Flvida. Assisting in the ordination
day at home. Smith received of Clewiston and H. S. Parkinson of the 25th Anniversary O.?tchobee
First place in the advanced com- card was sent to patients In each of wen The Very Reverend H. Lyttle-
tl i and bruIses Miss Parsons, severe LaBelle. Waterway Boatacade.
the three hospitals with ton
a persona Zimmerman
Praise petition went to Larry Dupuis of Dean of Fort
head laceration and broken Deland, a member of the "Fal1Jng'An.ela" message from Mrs. Bryant, whois Lardale Deanery Rector of St.
fight arm and bruises. serving as state honorary chair. Ma .'. Church
club Pompano Beach
The Anglia was a total loss. Careful DriversFlorida there. Dupuls sports the parachute three free-fall man of the 1962 Christmas Seal Carl Johnson's Efforts For Park the Reverend Robert L. Llebenow.;

Highway Patrolman Roy Borwn parachute leaps from 3,500 feet Campaign in Florida. I Rector of St. Ambrose. Fort Lauderdale
|who Investigated the accident said Highway Patrolmen landed once dead center in the 50- The message. which was hand And Public Beach Lands Rewarded"A the Reverend Larry D.
fre tractor, cwned: by Richardson Dave Tomllnson and Brown
Ray written
foot target area once 1H4 Inches by Mrs. Bryant, read 81 I Losslng, vicar of St John's (Belle
;,Victor Company and driven by asked the News to express their from center and once S"4 feet from follows: prophet Is not without honor reachable over the Sanibel Island Glade) and Holy Matt'fly (Paho-
.i. rieason of Pahokee was trav. appreciation to the drivers in the' center. I "Dear Fl'lends, ."" *' save ty his own country" Is not causeway. Walter -8. Turn!'!; Jr, rlrH,- The Rev-rcnd CM,*lex."....:f
ling! west on the highway at approximately IJjndry County area for their care- "It has been this I
my pleasure always correct There's a demonstration son of a pioneering homesteader on Comfort vicar, St. Rapist el's, Fort
15 mCes per hour one .jl driving during the holiday season Pete Wenk of Miami, vice president year to work with your Seal campaign of It in nearby Fort My the island owned the peninsula Myers Beach: The Reverend Can
right hand lane of the divided of the South Florida Parachute and I wish you all the happiness ers, where Carl E. Johnson a that will become the big and fine on Lloyd A. Cjx. Missionsn to the
ighway when the Anglia struck Up to yesterday afternoon there Association, placed second of the Christmas Season. former Clewis ton resident, is being public beach. According to John Anglican Migrants and Vicar of St
lit. The small car sheared under.' were no major traffic accidentsand and Mike Hilden of Chicago was Most sincerely credited for a public-spirited project son and others, Turner could vlr- Anselm's, Lehlgh! Acres aid the
Infcata: the loader of the heavy triel very few minor ones duringthe third. Advanced Julia his ticket
competitors were Bryant" on which he has been taully have written own Reverend William Thomas ,!x>uks.
<.or. entire Cb 'mas and New Year divers who had jumped more than The card is embossed with TIer. for a long time. had he sold it to private developers. Vicar of Our Savior Okeechobee
Witnesses to the accident were I' holiday pert 25 times in recognized club ac Ida's official! state seal and contains Steve Trumbull made workln'l and Blessed Sacrament Iidian-
four University of Florida stu- "We want add Happy New tivities.! I a colored photograph of Governor ..I pet project topic of a "With the causeway a reality town.
Year and Sa riving! in 1963 to and Mrs. Bryant and their with the moral "Dade County-go waterfront land prices have gone Following the ordination service
In the novice
all motoris' d friends in thisarea class (jumper three daughters and do likewise" waterfront land prices have gon
rd with less than 25 jumps) thou a reception was held In the Parish
CHOOL BOARD ,. the) I.I Reinhart, of Deland's "Falling George An.els" Mrs. Bryant, like the national Johnson's project is.that of public county for $500,000. with only $25- Halt
I I-- First Lady of Christmas Seals, acquisition of lands along 000 down, a like amount. each year
Offers 'Fr t Course was first place Juergen Mrs. John F. Kennedy, has devoted causeways at the inception of the and no Interest. Santa Claus
Staudte of
Chicago's "Midwest
f Sky.divers"
EETS TUESDAYThe much time and energy In the causeway project, so the lands may "Johnson has charged no plan- I
In : placed second and Ed
BoatingThe Lashley of Klsslmmee's "Para.iators" crusade against tuberculosis and become public parks and not be ning or consulting for his years I Was DamagedSomeone
other respiratory diseases Gov. which beaches of work. He has of course, been
Hendry County Board of lost for the use for I attacked Santa Claus
{Public Instruction will have two Palm B ch Power Squadron was third. Bryant has taken an active part and waterways were Intended. paid for actual field work by h''I Ilurveyors. I last weekend! .... .
{women members when Mrs. Elsie a unit of 1 United States Two women among the 39 competitors In TB association program on both Lee County is now completing acquisition ." I I The plastic figures o/ Santa and
I Futon is sworn in as a board mem-:I Power Squadro is about to start were Ilona Berger 21, a the county and state level since of land for the four-mlle- Residents of the area car look reindeer 'in the City Park
'her The other woman member Is Its free course i piloting and small clerk with a Toronto Canada 1952. plus causeway from the south tip forward in the future if the causeway ich have delighted the hearts
Mrs. Blanche McCormick of La- boat handling. This course will be bridge building firm and Maxine Tuberculosis took a toll of 217 of Fort Myers Beach (Estero Is- trend continues .J driving youngsters for several seasons
Belle a holdover member along given at the Palm Beach Junior Hartman, an advertising copy. deaths in Florida In 1961. There lind) to Bonita Springs Beach. along the Gulf frog Charlotte were maliciously damaged during
with Joe M. Hall of Clewiston.Mrs. High School in Palm Beach sea- writer with a New York advertising were 9,267 cases hated in 1961 in This is to be another toll causeway County through Fort Myers Beach the weekend.
McCormick and Hall have view and cocanut row, on Thursday -, firm. Miss Berger who came the tuberculosis case register of says Trumbull. built with a and on to Bonita springs.; It will More than two dozen of the colored
two more years of their present nights starting January 10 at' by bus from Toronto to competeIs the Florida State Board of Health, $12.8 million revenue bond issue. be a beautiful f we, and the citizens light bulbs which decoratedthe
term.J. 8 p.m. and continuing for 12 con-. a veteran of 303 jumps, and Miss with 1,350 new active TB cases At least 4,000 feet of waterfront and off'.ials who are planning livtnj: Christmas Tree in the
R. Spratt of LaBelle and sequetive weeks. Hartman has leaped 116 times to reported that same year. along the causeway, wide enough toward it are certainly showing park,have been removed by unknown -
Claud GIddens of Clewiston also I The course is open to men wom- date.SundaY'1. Mrs. Bryant points out that It is to make an area of 1,097 acres a fine public spirit persons during the holiday
start new terms as school board !I en and even children when accompanied competition was for the not too late for each resident of will be for public use. season also 1
members this year. by an adult so make it a advanced jumpers and saw baton- the state to support their county'sChristmas TrumbulTs article In the Herald Short Cut Mrs. Stella Pirkle. Chamber of
The monthly meetings of the family affair The course covers passing and team jumping events Seal campaign. All who continues: "a public spirited citizen Commerce secretary, who keeps
board are held on Thursday but|just about everything the small during the day. Winners of the has not yet done so are urgedto backed by public officials! is To Education watchful eyes on the park surrounding -
the first meeting! of each new boardis boat operator should and must baton passing contest were Paul answer their Christmas Seal letter being given credit for much of Uncle Dan offer this lar.reaUoaGet the Chamber office says
held on the first Tuesday after 'know to operate his boat safely Steele and Louis Bell both Miami today. tUs reject He Is Carl Johnson on the Government people should remember that
the first Monday of the year a {legally, and efficiently. The buoy members of the South Florida Par a Uni Ifr.:>- :3f Florida engineerIng Pamphlet Lists! Too everything in the park Is there for
date which U fixed by law systems as well as lights and whllI achute' Association.A I SWINDLE BABYIS"MISST.96T' grit'who has built a sizeable won't need an encyclopedia the pleasure of the entire pubic'
Hendry: County has had one woman -''tie signals are thoroughly explain land nrf .irm here. He has because you'll have plenty ef and nothing In it should be appropriated
school: board member Mrs. ed. three-man team representing been plu 4 this project since Information M subjects from for use of any Individual.
Mildred Feller having served In]} The class is not alone for the Orlando's "Faragators" won the I 957. Un ..' his urging the Lee "Space Exploration" to "Grow Destruction of or damage tu the
this capacity;! before Mrs. McCor-. novice but .is a great refresher for final event of the two day meet. County .ommission went to the ing- Ornamental Bamboo" trees shrubs, benches or other
mick became a member but Tuesday the experienced boatman as it This was a team jump in which A beautiful lltl'* girl, v t Deigned 1 tate a j persuaded them to put aIr or so says Uncle Dan Read his property should bring punishmenton
will b3 the first date on which 'brings up to date the latest state three jumpers raced to the target In at 6 pounds 10 our at ,.,.. order on all requests for column on the editorial! page. those responsible for it
there have been two women memo land II I n.tionallaw as it effects small center from the spot where 10:25 a.m. New Year's Day L ,,..rate purchases of bay bottom
hers on the same board. boats. All boatmen are invited! they landed. I first baby born in Hendry County I along the route .
Combined time for the winningtrio In the new year. "Still another public spirited citizen
was 50ft seconds. Team members I Little Miss 1963 is the daughterof made a major contribution to
were Bob Reeves Sanford; Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Calvin the public beach that will be
t Bill Frankenberger and Burr Swindle and arrived at Hendry
a r eI Rubey both of Orlando. General Hospital while the year -I
The skydivers and their wives was less than 12 hours old. CLEWISTON GETS
and guests were honored at a ban The baby has been named Sharon -
quet at the Clewiston Elks Club Elizabeth.
I I II II Saturday evening where the traditional NEW TEACHERSThere

I "Everglades Dinner" was New Year PartyAt are two new teachers In
served. Trophies were presented the Clewiston schools since the .
winners of the Saturday events at VFW Home Christmas holidays. Miss Diane
the banquet I Moore, who is teaching the new
/ Paul Poppenhager, president of A small but congenial crowd welcomed special class for non-English speaking "' r
the host club said his group planto in the New Year at the students All students whose fFYtj
)J.iii make the event an annual affair VFW Post Home In the first New English is not adequate for them)
and expects an Increasing number Year's Eve party In the new loca to keep up in regular classes will
: of participants. tion. be assigned to her for a period of I
A In an Impromptu set of prize time to learn the language as rapIdly -
award drawings Mrs. Gene Claw- as possible so they may take I
Chamber
Directors son won a turkey and Harry Brat- their places in the classes with
sell a consolation prize. students of their own age and ability -
Will Meet TuesdayThe The post is raising funds to purchase Miss Moore is a graduate of
a set of flatware for the Florida State University and did .,
I directors of the Clewiston Florida Cottage at the National 'her Intern teaching in Broward .
Chamber of Commerce will hold Children's Home at Eaton Rapids, County.
their regular monthly meetingnext and> to contribute to the J. Edgar Mrs. Harold Estep will take over L..;
SANTA MAY HAVE HAD TROUBLE KEEPING TIlE REQUESTS
Tuesday at the Glades Restaurant's Hoover Library on Communism in the second grade which Mrs. Glan- TROPHY WINNERS at the sports paracbatbts' to4ay meet las weeks
f these attentive to them at the
twins he surely "
separate but was new "Pit Room. It will the Martha Washington Building at da Kimbrel has been teaching end Included Steve Weak second from right shown receiving a.aif
Liens Christmas little charmers Jody and Judy Carver
party The are be a Dutch luncheon meet Freedom Center Valley Forge Pa.The Mrs. KImbrel returned to the classroom from Marty Honrath. vice-president of sponsoring Soatk Florida Parachute
4 year rid .daughters. *f Mr. and Mrs.-Johnny Carver ef Clewbtoa. All members of the Chamber
are VFW Post will hold a joint when Mrs Katherine Olds resigned Association of Miami At left I* club president Paul reppeoaager -
Along with their brother and sisters Jackie 7. June 8. Johnny S. invited to attend all of
meetings meeting with its auxiliary on because of moving from the Miami: Garry Dnpols. DrLand; George Eelnhart. DeLaad.Jnergenl .
art hale 3. they kept Santa 'II'7 for a whlle.-STAFF PHOTO. the board. January 14th. : city Studio Chicago, and Mike Hlklra. c.Jc.ro.-ftA17 PHOTO.


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Christmas BasketsErnie This Was 1962's News I IThe



Miller, commander of the year 1962 was a good ;year are the two big county-wide accom The directors ana membershipof
American Legion Post, reports a in Clewlston nothing earthshaking plishments.The the Hendry County Fair and
very successful handling of the but a good steady advance school board will probably Livestock Association will remember
Christmas basket in eastern Hen-
and growth, which we would feel that the stabilization of a 1962 as the year in which the
dry County this year The Legion like to see continued each year. I planned building program, which Fair first exhibited In its own build-
the lead in
takes the
coordinating
.
\ The big news story of the yearis has brought additions to Clewlston, ing. With a great deal of cooperation
and welfare assistanceat
: community always a matter of interest LaBelle and Harlem schools Is its on the part of the Fair, coun-
Christmas that
seeing gifts
are when the year ends This year, the big news In the near future are ty and city authorities, the State
A f7y ,a1 1 #'a ''n.r available for all children in the choice is not It Department of .
} e so easy. dependson more classrooms for all three Agriculture And
area, and that needy families are
remembered.Basic the point of view. schools Maintenance, including U.S. Sugar Corporation, the Fair
Even on the national picture, painting of Harlem Academy during i building was constructed and
to the baskets Is the gin there was a choice in selection of the Christmas holidays, has I grounds Improved.A .
of food, which is purchased through the big news story. John Glenn's upgrade the appearance of the I county building to house agriculture
funds donated by the Hendry orbital flight, raising America's school property. department offices and a
County Board of County Commissioners prestige was the big story Plans for additional science sub-office for the eastern county
from the welfare fund of until the Cuban crisis, The liber- rooms (Clewiston has a new one) area is adjoining the Fair Exhibit
the county Toys are donated by eration of the Bay of Pigs invas- at Harlem and LaBelle Indicate the building Both are being used for
individuals and clubs and the Key ion prisoners at Christmas ranksat emphasis which the school system many community purposes.
Club, under the leadership of Tommy the top also. Is placing on Improved science and The law enforcement officers
Moore, did a fine Job this year Florida's big news story is probably math Instruction In the schools will remember 1962 as the year of
of helping to gather the toys and the one that did not happen The federal government now has traffic tragedies as will many of
in the distribution. Beardsley the reapportionment of the a program allotting some funds toward its citizens. After several years of
Farms donated the fruit, as they legislature certain science equipmentand no fatalities from traffic accidents,

.... _. have many times in past years Hendry County's big story Hendry County schools will three deaths resulted this year from
---- The Legion Post purchased goodiesfor or stories does not lie in get their prorate share. accidents on the city streets.
HE MISSED This contestant Is shown slightlyoff hit the 50-foot target area dead center once; the baskets-candy and items Clewiston at all. The $150,000 jail The retention of a larger per. The big news for agriculture was
target as he landed In sports parachuting contest landed once' lift Inches from center, and once which seemed Inapporprlate to buy in LaBelle, now nearing completion centage of teachers indicate the the expansion of the sugar industry
IL held Saturday and Sunday at Alrglades Air S'/i' feet from center In the three lumps per- from county funds. and the start of fourlanlngof strength of the Instructional program !in the area and the big freeze in
port. Best aim of this phase of the competitionwas mitted all entrants.-STAFF PHOTO.ITW There was a wonderful responseto US 27 east of Clewiston, most and its steady improvementin December.It .
displayed by Garry Dnpla, of DeLand, who the request for toy donation, of which is in Palm Beach County, the school system. was a big year for personal
said Commander Miller and the City of Clewiston officials are achievement for some citizens.
SKY DIVERS Legion wishes to convey the thanksof now working on sewage plans, (Continued on Page Eight
I Injured In Car Tractor the post and of the recipients County Commission which should be underway early In
of the baskets to the county commissioners 1963 The steady growth of Clew. Father DormanIs
IN' THRILLING the Beardsley Farms, Reorganize TuesdayThe iston has caused Improvement of
the Key Club, other citizens and many streets, which were in the
! : On U.S. 27 Wednesday clubs who cooperated in this project reorganization meeting of original plat but had never been OrdainedTo
the Hendry County Board of County opened for use. During the year the
[.Miss Jayne Parsons, 8003 Bay dents, all from Miami, who were 2-DAY MEET"Skydivers" Commissioners will be held city entered into a new contract The PriesthoodThe
ore Drive, Tampa, was Injuredhen riding in a car immediately be- TB Patients Get Tuesday, January 8th. when R, C. with U. S. Sugar Corporation for
the small Anglia Ford in I hind the Anglia They were Virgil from such divergent Nowling begins another four year purchase of electric power; Ordination of the Reverend
fhich she was a passenger ram Scott Jr., Barth Smith, John Gayle, points as Toronto Canada, Governor's Card term, and W. B. Barron takes his The Chamber of Commerce officers Clark H. Dorman to the Sacred
; IntD the scoop of an Allis- friends of young Smith from high Nassau, B.W.I.. Fort Bragg, N,C., seat on the board for the first time can point proudly to two Order of Priests was held in St.
amen tractor loader about school days Miss Parsons had Chicago, and other U.S. points par- Patients at the state tuberculosis Barron defeated veteran J. O. Davidson events during the year which Martin's Episcopal Church In Clew-
ibt miles west of Clewiston yestrday been visiting the Smith family over ticipated ,In ,the, first annual South hospitals in Lantana,. Tampa and in the 1962 electlone. brought much favorable publicityto iston Wednesday morning
afternoon. Driver of the car the New Year and was enroute to Florida Winter Invitational Skydiving Tallahassee this year have received Holdover commissioners who Clewiston-: the area meetingof The Ordaining Bishop was the
Iras David Joel Smith of Miami, her home in Tampa. She was restIng Competition, staged at Air- a special greeting from Flor have two more years on their present the Florida State Chamber of Rt Reverend William L. Hargrave.
Florida State University student comfortably in Hendry General Glades airport Clewiston, Saturdayand ida's First Family terms are Gratton George, Commerce held here during the Suffragan Bishop, diocese of South
turning to Tallahassee after the Hospital: last eveningTroopers Sunday. The Farris Bryants' Christmas chairman; Campbell E. Nall, both summer and the overnight stop of Florida. Assisting the ordination
lidays at home. Smith received of Clewiston and H. S. Parkinson of the 25th Anniversary Okeechobee
First place in the advanced card was sent to patients in each of were The Very Reverend H. Lyttle-
competition Boatacade.
uti and bruises, Miss Parsons, severe i LaBelle. Waterway ton Zimmerman
went to Larry Dupuls of the three hospitals with a personal Dean of Fort
Praise
head laceration and broken Deland, a member of the "Falling message from Mrs. Bryant, who Lauderdale Deanery Rector of St
jright arm and bruises is serving as state honorary chairman Martin's Church Pompano Beach
;
The Anglia was a total loss. Careful DriversFlorida there.Angels"Dupuis sports, the parachute three free-fall club of the 1962 Christmas Seal Carl Johnson's Efforts For Park the Reverend Robert L. Liebenow,
Highway Patrolman Roy Borwn from Campaign !in Florida. Rector of St. Ambrose, Fort Lauderdale
parachute leaps 3,500 feet,
I who investigated the accident, said Highway Patrolmen landed once dead center in the 50- The message,. which was hand And Public Beach Lands Rewarded"A ; the Reverend Larry D.
I're' tractor, owned: by Richardson Dave Tomlinson and Ray Brown foot target area, once 11% Inches written by Mrs. Bryant, read II I Lossing, vicar of St John's (Belle
actor( Company and driven by asked the News to express their from center and once SH feet from follows: prophet is not without honor reachable over the Sanibel Island Glade) and Holy Matlvlty (Paho-:
s>. *. Henson of Pahokee, was, traveling appreciation to use drivers In the center. "Dear FHcuds. "- save ty! hi1: 'own country," is not causeway. Walter J,}. Turnce Jr: ke>\ The Reverend C *,texnH"r
west on the highway at approximately Indry County area for their care- "It has been my pleasure this always correct. There's a demon I son of a pioneering homesteader on Comfort, vicar, St. Raphael's, Fort
15 miles per hour, on ;ul driving during the holiday sea Pete Wenk of Miami, vice presi- year to work with your Seal campaign stration of it in nearby Fort My- the island, owned the peninsulaI Myers Beach: The Reverend Canon '
[he right hand lane of the divided Ion.Up dent of the South Florida Parachute and I wish you all the happiness ers, where Carl E. Johnson, a I I that will become the big and fine Lloyd A. Cox, MIssioner to the
highway I when the Angus struck to yesterday afternoon there Association, placed second of the Christmas Season. former Clewiston resident, is being public beach. According to John Anglican Migrants and Vicar of St.
jit. The small car sheared underneath were no major traffic accidentsand and Mike Hllden of Chicago, was Most sincerely, credited for a public-spirited proj- son and others Turner could vir Anselm's, Lehigh Acres, and the
[ the loader of the heavy trac- very few minor ones during third. Advanced competitors were Julia Bryant"The ect on which he has been workingfor I taully have written his own ticket I Reverend William Thomas Louks,
or. [ the entire Christmas and New Year divers who had jumped more than card is embossed with Flor a long time had he sold it to private develop. Vicar of Our Savior, Okeechobee,
Witnesses to the accident were 'holiday period 25 times in recognized club ac Ida's official state seal and contains Steve Trumbull made Johnson's ers and Blessed Sacrament, Indian-
four University of Florida stu- "We want to add Happy New tivities. I a colored photograph of Governor -I pet project topic of a feature story "With the causeway a reality, town.
Year and Safe Driving in 1963 to and Mrs. Bryant and their with the moral "Dade County-go waterfront land prices have gone Following the ordination service,
all motorists and friends In this In the novice class (jumperswith three daughters waterfront land prices have
thou and do likewise. gon
a reception was held in the Pariah
less
CHOOl BOARD area," they said than 25 jumps) George Mrs. Bryant, like the national Johnson's project is that of pub county for $500,000, with only 125- Hall
Relnhart. of Deland's "Falling Angels" First Lady of Christmas Seals, lic acquisition of lands along 000 down, a like amount each year I
Free Course was first place, Juerge Mrs John F. Kennedy, has devot- causeways at the inception of the and no Interest. Santa Claus
EETS TUESDAYThe I Staudte of Chicago's "Midwest Skydivers" ed much time and energy in the causeway project, so the lands may "Johnson has charged no planning
In Boating : placed second and Ed. crusade against tuberculosis and become public parks and not be or consulting fee for his years Was DamagedSomeone

Hendry County. Board of Lashley of Klsslmmee's "Paragators" other respiratory diseases Gov, lost for the use for which beaches of work. He has, of course, been I attacked Santa Claus ._.
[Public Instruction will- have two I The Palm Beach Power Squadron was third. Bryant has taken an active partin and waterways were Intended. paid for actual field work by his last weekend! ..
omen members when Mrs. Elsie a unit of the United States Two women among the 39 competitors TB association program on both Lee County is now completing acquisition surveyors" The plastic figures of Santa and
|Fetch is sworn in as a board memo I Power Squadrons, Is about to start were Ilona Berger, 25, a the county and state level since of land for the four-mile- Residents of the area can look his reindeer 'In the City Park,
er. The other woman member Is Its free course in piloting and small clerk with a Toronto, Canada, 1952. plus causeway from the south tip forward In the future, if the cause- which have delighted the heartsof
Mrs. Blanche McCormIck of La- boat handling This course will be bridge building firm, and Maxine Tuberculosis took a toll of 217 of Fort Myers Beach (Estero Is- way trend continues to driving youngsters for several seasons,
3clle, a holdover member, along given at the Palm Beach Junior Hartman, an advertising copy deaths In Florida in 1961. There lind) to Bonita Springs each along the Gulf from Charlotte were maliciously damaged duringthe
with Joe M. Han of Clewiston. High School in Palm Beach, sea- writer with a New York advertising were 9,267 cases listed in 1961 In This is to be another toll cause- County through Fort Myers Beach weekend.
:Mrs. McCormIck and Hall have view and cocanut row, on Thursday firm. Miss Berger who came the tuberculosis case register of way, says Trumbull, built with a and on to Bonita Springs It will More than two dozen of the colored
two more years of their present nights starting January 10 at I by bus from Toronto to compete the Florida State Board of Health, $2.8 million revenue bond issue be a beautiful drive, and the citizens light bulbs which decoratedthe
I. term. 8 p.m and continuing for 12 consequetlve Is a veteran of 303 jumps, and Miss with 1,350 new active TB cases At least 4,000 feet of waterfront and officials who are planning living Christmas Tree in the
., J. R. Spratt of LaBeUe and weeks. Hartman has leaped IK times to reported that same year. along the causeway, wide enough toward it are certainly showIng park have been removed by unknown -
f Claud GIddens of Clewiston also I The course Is open to men, women date. Mrs. Bryant points out that it I is to make an area of 1,097 acres a fine public spirit. persons during the holiday
start new terms as school board i I and even children when acconv- Sunday's competition for the not too late for each resident of will be for public use. season also.
members this year. I I panted by an adult so make it a I advanced jumpers and was saw baton- the state to support their county's Trumbull's article in the Herald Short Cut Mrs. Stella PIrkle Chamber of
,. The monthly meetings of the family affair. The course covers passing and team jumping events Christmas Seal campaign All who continues: "a public spirited citizen Commerce secretary, who keeps
board are held on Thursday, but I I|'just about everything the small I during the day. Winners of the has not yet done so are urged backed by public officials, is To Education watchful eyes on the park surrounding
the first meeting of each new boardis boat operator should and must baton passing contest were Paul to answer their Christmas Seal let being given credit for much of Uncle Dan offers this suggestion the Chamber office, says
held on the first Tuesday after ''know to operate his boat safely, Steele and Louis Bell, both Miami ter today this project. He Is Carl Johnson, -Get oa the Government I people should remember that
the first Monday of the year, a legally, and efficiently. The buoy members of the South Florida Parachute a University of Florida engineering Pamphlet Lists! You everything in the park is there for
date which Is fixed by law. J- Association SWINDLE BABYIS graduate, who has built a sizeable won't need an encyclopedia, the pleasure of the entire public,
Hendry County has had one woman -' land survey firm here. He has because you'll have plenty of and nothing in it should be appropriated
school( board member, Mrs ed. A three-ma1 team representing been plugging this project since Information on subjects from for use of any individual.
Mildred Feller having served in]I The class Is not alone for the Orlando's "Paragators" won the "MISS 1963"A 957. Under his urging the Lee "Space Exploration" to "Grow Destruction of or damage to the
'this capacity before Mrs McCormick -.,novice but.is a great refresher for final event of the two day meet County. Commission went to the lag Ornamental Bamboo" trees, shrubs, benches or other
became a member, but Tuesday the experienced boatman as it This was ,a team jump in which beautiful little girl, who weighed tate and persuaded them to put a or so says Uncle Dan. Read his property should bring punishmenton
will ba the first date on which brings up to date the latest state three jumpers raced to the target in at 8 pounds, 10 ounces at freeze order on all requesta for column on the editorial page. those responsible for it.
there have been two women memo I and national law as It effects small center from the spot where 10:25 a.m. New Year's Day Is the private purchases of bay bottom
bers on the same board. boats. All boatmen are invited! they landed. first baby born In Hendry County along the route ,
Combined time for the winning n the new year. "Still another public spirited clti-
trio was 50V4 seconds. Team members Little Miss 1963 is the daughterof zen matte a major contribution to
were Bob Reeves Sanford; Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Calvin the public beach that will be
Bill Frankenberger and Burr Swindle and arrived at Hendry ,
Rubey, both of Orlando. General Hospital while the year
The skydivers and their wives was less than 12 hours old. CLEWISTON GETS
and guests were honored at a ban- The baby has been named Sharon
quet at the Clewiston Elks Club Elizabeth NEW TEACHERSThere
Saturday evening where the traditional
I "Everglades Dinner" was New Year PartyAt are two new teachers in
served Trophies were presented the Clewiston schools since the
,. I winners of the Saturday events at VFW HomeA Christmas holidays. Miss Diane
the banquet. Moore who is teaching the new
/ Paul Poppenhager, president of small but congenial crowd welcomed special class for non-English speaking -
1vA the host club, said his group planto in the New Year at tho students. All students whose!
make the event an annual affair VFW Post Home in the first New English is not adequate for them I
and expects an increasing number Year's Eve party in the new loca to keep up in regular classes will i
) of participants. tion. be assigned to her for a period of I I

In an impromptu set of prize time to learn the language as rap-1 I
: I award drawings, Mrs. Gene Claw- Idly as possible so they may take I
Chamber Directors son won a turkey and Harry Bras- their places in the classes with
II sell a consolation prize. students of their own age and ability c y"
[Will Meet TuesdayThe The post Is raising funds to purchase Miss Moore Is a graduate of
a set of flatware for the Florida State University and did
I directors of the Clewiston Florida Cottage at the National her intern teaching in Broward
Chamber of Commerce will hold Jhildren's Home at Eaton Rapids, County.
SANTA their regular monthly meeting and to contribute to the J Edgar Mrs. Harold Estep will take over -- --- ----- -- ---
MAT HAVE HAD TROUBLE KEEPING THE REQUESTSof next Tuesday at the Glades Res Hoover Library on Communism lathe the second grade which Mrs. Clan-I TROPHY WINNERS at the sports parachutists' two-day meet last .eek
1 Lions these twins separate, bat ho was surely attentive to them at the taurant's new "Pit Room." It will Martha Washington Building at da Kimbrel has been teaching end Included Steve Weak second from right shown receiving award
I Christmas party. The little charmers are Jody and Judy Carter. be a Dutch luncheon meet. Freedom Center, Valley Forge, Pa. Mrs. KImbrel returned to the classroom from Marty Honrath. vice-president of sponsoring South Florida rare
1 4 year old daughters of Mr. and Mrs..Johnny Carver, of CClewlstoa.Along All members of the Chamber are The when Mrs. Katherine Olds chute Association ef MlamL
VFW Post will hold a joint resigned Al left .Is club president Paul Foppesfaager.
I, with their brothers and sisters. Jsckle. 7. Julie 5, Johnny" I, invited to attend all meetings of meeting with Its auxiliary onJanuary because of moving from the, Miami Carry Dupuls. DeLaid George Bemhaii. DeLaad.Jaer.DI .
and Janle. 8. they kept Santa busy for a .b.U.-BTA. PHOTO. the board. [
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shells was fine far blasting out which has caused: great anguish )
News. jet engines. They bought $30,000 Especially at night. It offers a clear:
The Clewiston worth of them shells, tried 'em view across: the alley to another
out at the Mobile Air Force Base certain: window through which
and they worked better'n anything often the sight of a shapely negli
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewt ton. ,
Inc. Florida ever tried for cleaning Jet gee-clad form is very unnerving
Florida by The Clewlaton Newt, a Corporation.
be So I'm faced with an agonizing
night some
Bntered at Second ClaM Matter February I, 1927, at the Post engines. They
Office In Clewlaton Florida, under the Act of Congress of :March 3, question amongst the taxpayers dilemma. Should I forget about a
187*. about $30,000 being a little high career: In writing and settle back: to
fer empty shells, but such matters enjoy this world of earthly excitement One StopService
I BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher QR1Q4 is never a question with the ? Or should I pack up and .

Subscription Rates _.. .......$4.00 per year 0 research agencies. move to the attic where maybe I
(Return Postage Guaranteed) But Senator Humphrey claims can concentrate: among the serenity -
M these research: boys waste a lot of the other rats)
Advertising Rates on application. The WaNtt
.... of money just setting around
.cement reserves the right to reject any j
thinking. If they flgger it wouldbe
objectkwal advertisement. ( 1883 tM HMMN
better fer a lightning bug
Devoted to the advancement and welfare 4J7 %% instead of taillights
to have headlights -
of Clewlston and Hendry Co mty. they draw up a heap of It's History NowTHIRTY J
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201
future
charts and file 'em away fer -
TUB NEWS Muimi no reiponiiblllt/ the return of .n oHolt.dmaauMrtpta "research" Senator Hum-
or photograph
THB NBW8 uiumei BO financial reiponilblllty for typographical phrey says about 6 million of YEARS AGO
Cram, or ommluloni In advertisement but It notified of inch orrnn before
these charts: Is being filed in the (From Clewlston News,
the next laeua of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the
"' rUMiant In which the error occurred In the event a time element Defense Department ever year, Jan. 8, 1933)
would render the correction vilueleu, the New will reduce the price that they already got 50 millionof John K. succeeded E. E.
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total.pee. Mowry A
.i M the rronoui or omitted copy represented. these drawings and charts filed Kelly as president of the Kiwanis
and that it now takes longer Club.
fer the research department to Dave Sholtz was inaugurated
I Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says look up and see If a certain governor after receiving the largest o:
: chart has already been filed thanit popular vote ever given a chief
would to file it again He says executive. Printing of all kinds-
DEAR MISTER EDITOR: payers. They Is entitled this looking up business Is costIng : Drew Hampton of LaBelle was
"Space Exploration" "Trade $200 million a year. I think named chairman of the Hendry
On account of the fine educa- Expansion" "Mending Men's Mister Editor. I better look up in size We
Commission.
County Letterpress printing or quantity.
can
tion I got down through the yean Salts" and "Crowing Ornamental this word "research." Calvin Coolidge died suddenly ofa any
from reading handouts from all "
them Federal agencies, I ain't will gin his Bamboo name en If the a proper feller Yours truly, heart T. attack.clerk of Circuit Court also handle register forms, ,continuous forms for
W Hull
never had much need fer a die- Government mailing lists Uncle DaFULLER'S' .
tionery. Onct in a great while I they ain't no need Minter Editor reported taxes that had$48,627.59 been collected in: delinquent In billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for you
might make a miscue In my fer him to boy a Ency
spelling but them occasions Is the past 60 days.
clepedlar. FOLLIESBy officially quickly and economically.
school
so rare that it don't bother me The Clewlston was -
none. But it looks like I'm going to notified that it was placed: on
And it's fer the same reason have to go over to Ed DoolitUe's AL FULLER : the state list of accredited senior
that I ain't never invested In a and look up a matter in his die- Have you ever attempted to high schools.
Encyclepedlar. Any feller that tionery. Ever time I pick up the read, really trying to concentrate, EngravingWe -
studies real good all the information paper I see where a Guvernment and had your mind fuzz up and TWENTY YEARS AGO
they put in the pamph- "research agency" is. needing your eyes slide out of focus like (From Clewlston News,
lets from the Department of more money. I flggered "re- a loose trombone? Jan. I, 1943) handle wedding announcements, invitations,
Agriculture, the Guvernment search" meant looking fer some- It'' one of the most exasperating HAPPY NEW YEAR AND MAY
Printing Office, the U.S. Information pun, but nobody could spend that situations I know of. IT BE A VICTORIOUS ONE proclaimed personal or business cards or any other type of en-
: Agency, to name a fewI much money just looking fer I've tried banging the heel of my : the News front pale .
I git regular, knows about all somepun I got to see if "re- hand against the side of my head Class No 9 graduated at Rid graved stationery. ".;' ,
they is to know about anything search" ain't got more meanings. That gray glob between my ears dle Field, Sr. administrative offi- *
Important. I got to admit that a heap of bounced around enough to set the cer K. Ramping of Maxwell Field
For instant I received notice this research is good Fer instant current: flowing again through those assisted by Flight Lt. Nickerson
last week that the U.s. Information I was reading where a research tiny nerve filaments, but after and Squadron Leader Hill, pinnedthe '
: Agency has cot, four agency discovered that reading only a few more lines I coveted wings on each graduate ft Rubber Stamps-
new booklets ready fer the tax empty pecans, walnut and almond faded out again. and John Paul Riddle handedout
I This Inability to concentrate The left for
diplomas. boys
sometimes worries me. Is some England via Canada. 5-day service given on any kind of rubber stamp.
thing going wrong with my mind? Selective Service sent 11 men
Funeral HomePattlson Do others suffer from this malady for Induction. The Air Warning Signature stamps take a' l little longer but can be secured -
? Service of Miami asked the Newsto
Well I'm certainly not going to announce Civilian Defense In- .
try to find out, just in case others formation would be featured on the
---- ;.' & I' don't have this trouble. If I'm going Army Hour over radio stations
.. nuts I don't want to know it. and citizens should listen in.
.
I think the main trouble with my Elizabeth Hall and Bill Bowden
concentration: lies with the setupof were married on Christmas Day in ft AdvertisingThe -
k i m. my office. Especially since I Okeechobee and Arthur Ward and
have a mind that's only too
eager Mrs. Carolyn Jackson chose Christmas
for an excuse to wander. Day for their wedding largest circulation in Eastern Hendry County is
I should be surrounded by plain Albert H. (Jack) Brown drownedin
walls, preferably padded, the room I the Caloosahatchee River while offered to you through the Clewiston News. If your
: should be soundproofed and have a fishing
door with a time lock. Instead, I'm Here's where some of you were business requires reaching the mass market this is :
surrounded by an exciting array of I 20 years ago: Joe HaD Camp Funs-
curios: which would probably turn I ton; Carl Hansen, Ft Lee, Va.; headquarters for
h the head of a granite statue. Phellx Slonaker, paratrooper at your a single advertisement or a

Above the wall-length window to Fort Banning; Gene Coodbread, a
Clewiston. Florida my right are mounted some of the member of the largest aviation continuous campaign. I

most beautiful brass ever seen. cadet class: in history at Randolph
I Just looking at them makes me Field Texas; Charles Rumpf was
want to drop everything and blastoff in North Africa, as was J. James
LET US HELP YOU I like an Atlas booster to that Wynn; Ray Bass was in Camp Direct Mail ServiceWe -
secret fishing hole
near by. Davis, N.C.; Jim Congdon was at
i I On the wall to my left hangs a Camp Barkley, Texas
KEEP YOUR NEW YEARRESOLUTION I huge copy of the painting "The offer a direct mail addressing service for
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See and have to check every so oftento The State Road Department was
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Surrounding this ornately framed building a 12x14 foot office buildIng -
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January 3. 1963 .......... Florida THBJ CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
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cadla: Fort Myers, Boolta Springs, art work In oil, water color, pastel I temperatures no lower than 40 to
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ssembly of God Church to Present Lehigh Acres, Immokalee, Alva and other mediums China paining -I GARDENING IN FLA. 50 degreet. Low temperature damage
Tice and Clewlston. The pastorsof ceramics and sculpture are is often confused with disease
"Gates of Heaven' these Assemblies of God are to I also expected to be on display. By HEBVEY SHARFE Often you are not aware of the symptom African violets, gloxinia
usical Revival participate in the Rally for Youth. The exhibit is expected to draw damaged bark, until you notice a and related types of pot
The Clewlston Assembly of God The play, "The Gates of Heaven"is I visitors from LaBelle. dewisto, Florida Agricultural Extension dead branch on a plant plant Injuries show up as water
to be presented to the rally con- Okeechobee, Palrrxlale and Lake- Service soaked leave. Cold damage to
The Olshevski musical team, is to present an original play, "The During the first week after a
m Quakertown, Pa., will be at' Gates of Heaven," on Sunday evning gregation. The People and plants are alike sine freeze, symptoms of plant damageare such plants as philodendrons appears
James F. Kimbrel. of the art exhibit is free to the both freezing aa leaf spots surrounded by
to
Clewlston Assembly of God be- January 6 at 7:30: p.m. The pastor are subject they obvious. In some cases leaves
ming Tuesday evening, January play was written by Kenneth Carl- local Assembly of God, serves as public, although opportunity will be depend only on "nature clothes' die or turn ;yellow and fall from water-soaked margins. Other sym-
through Sunday, January 13. son of Southeastern Bible Colleg sectional Christ's Ambassador rep provided for a voluntary free-will for warmth. the plant. On tender plants frozen toms Include Irregular tan or straw
enrlces are to begin each eve- This will be the second presentation resentative. offering to help defray the expenses During recent topcoat weather stems blacken and shrivel. The colored blotches.If .
of which first Everyone Is invited tto this rally of the exhibit. did damage extends from the of(
g: at 7:30, except Saturday the play was many plants freeze. However, tips you're not sure of an ailmenton
produced on the campus of the for youth. all the freeze damage Is not apparent the branches downward. If the your plants, it'i always a good
[The Olahevskls will be present- Bible college at Lakeland.. Hendry General Some damage won't show plant has been killed, it will turn Idea to check the symptoms with
g[ many original Instrumental and Dennis Gann carries a leading Glades Hospital Notes up until spring. brown, become blackened or wa- ;your county agent or send a plant
cal arrangements. Music will lor role and Miss Sonja Sanders I. County I When spring begins bunting out ter-soaked. specimen to the Plant Pathology
ttude saxophone duets and solos, the director of the play The cast Patients admitted: all over, some folks will discover Cold injury to evergreen ornamentals Department. Agricultural Experiment
'81 duets and soloijvith accor-: will include over 30 persons. The To Have First I Dec. 27 Mrs. Maud Starling, that some of their prized orna- may show as irregular station University of Florida -
tlan, electric Spanish guitar and church interior is to be designed I Mrs. Gene Coppedge, Mrs. Idell mentals have already burst. To brown blotches on the leaves. In Gainesville.
ano accompaniment. Both have to represent the gates of heaven I Bowden, Kelly Jennings.Dec. the neophyte gardener this couldbe case of mild damage the leaves ,
von musical awards in district and The message of the play will show Art Exhibit 28-Jesse Fretwell, Fells- an omen of a strange new dis may become: tinged red or become
ate competition. some of the qualifications that mere; Miss Brenda Sue Womack, ease. bronzed.
are required to enter. Through the efforts of the Music Palmdale.( Dr H. N. Miller, plant pathologist Flower buds also may be damaged PIZZAYU
[Evangelist David Olshevskl is a Everyone is invited to attend this and Arts Committee of the Moore Dec. 29-Mrs. Manning Todd< at the University of Florida by cold weather. Injury to
aduate of Eastern Bible Institute, play. A nursery is provided so that Haven Woman's Club, arrangements David Tommy, Big Cypress.Dec. Agricultural Experiment Station, azalea flower buds may not be 2.3311
reen Lane, Pennsylvania, and is you may bring small babies and have been made for a three- 31-Mrs. Calvin Swindle, says chances are the splitting bark apparent until the plant begins
ordained Assemblies God
of day art exhibit in Moore Haven Miss Emily Batey. is not flowering. Few flowers appear. An
enjoy the play. a new plant ailment, but
minister. by the Fort Myers Art League, beginning Jan. 1-Mrs. Mary Johns, Brighton the aftermath of the December examination will show that the buds Sugarland Pharmacy
[ Pastor James F Kimbrel invites January 24th and lasting ; Jerry Maddox, LaBelle; Mrs. freeze, Delayed death of plant failed to develop. They are small
u i to attend this musical revival, through Saturday Jan. 26th. Sally Johns, Big Cypress. branches also causes alarm. completely brown and are easily
(fou. are to hear songs of insplra- AG YOUTH RALLYAT The art exhibit will be an innovation Patients discharged: Azaleas and camellias often are' broken out The Best For Lew"
nand dedication that you will ; for Glades County, as it will Dec. 27 Junior Cypress, Ion slow in showing freeze damage Cold damaged camellia flower
be the first official art exhibit ever Smith. Jack Frost's havoc may not show buds may remain on the plants State FarmInsurance
CLEWISTONThe to be held In the county Dec. 28-A. A. Hopp, Mrs. Brenda up until weeks or months after the for some time after they normally
It Is expected that approximately Womack Mrs. Lois Whitten. chilling winds have given awayto should have opened. They often
W. G. PERRY Assemblies of God youth 150 paintings will be exhibited by Dec. 30-Mrs. Manning Todd and tropical breezes. In case of citrus expand, showing color as if

rax: Consultant Personal Basaest will hold a Christ's Ambassador members of the league, some of baby boy, Willis Joe Cato. trees, the bark on badly nipped opening. But after lingering
i Farm Returns Complete Rally at the Clewlston Assemblyof whom reside In Lehigh Acres, Cape Dec. 31-Baby Apolonlo Gomez trees splits soon after the freezing In this undecided condition, the Auto Ute Fire
Bookkeeping Service God at 7:45: Monday evening, Coral, Fort Myers Beach, Punta Jan 1, 1963-Miss Emily Batey, temperature.Split buds many gardeners await anxiously *
144 Avenida Del Rio, January 7. Gorda, and Port Charlotte. Dock Bridges. bark on citrus trees usually to see unfold drop from the PlanNew
Pa. YU 2-7841 Youth will be in attendance from "The purpose of the project is to Patients remaining: Mrs. Calvin calluses over leaving a scar: But plant. The dropped buds will be Car Finance
Port Charlotte Punta Gorda, Ar- promote the cultural life of the Swindle Mary Coppedge, Mimi on small shrubs, such as azaleas brown at the base of the petals. If Cars 4Uft Add on Interest
community and to encourage a Ford, David Lee Fink Mrs. Ine and camellias, It's a death-dealing the firm buds are sliced open, the Late Model Used 5V4% Add on
lively Interest in the fine arts," LeGore, John L. Sullivan Kelly blow to the branches affected. Insides will be a sickly brown. Include Credit LifeAbnerH.Vann
Mrs. James S. Click, chairman Jennings, J. T. Webb, Mr. and Mrs Many of these sickly brown buds
stated. Other members of the com Malcolm W, Bigg, H. J. Oglesby, commission paper work, Brown are mailed to University of Florida
mittee are Mrs. Fay Yoder, Mrs. John P. Harris, Maggie Strickland, said, "A complete revamping of plant pathologist as diseased buds.
Frank Yaun, Mrs. Dewey Tomp- Idella Bowden, Maudo Starling, workmen's compensation report Most answers are "freeze dam Opposite Poet Office
klns and Mrs. W A. Shuler.In Mary Johns, David Tommy, Sally forms could eliminate ten million age." PHONE YDt-OTl
r conjunction: with the art display John, Homer Billie, Marvin S. Waters pages of paper work in a year's House plants also are Injured by
by the Fort Myers Art Lea- Jas. H. Powell, Billy Osceola, time for the 95,000 businesses cov-
pie, residents of Glades County Jesse Fretwell, Jerry Maddox, red by the program."
In nave been invited to display their Paul Cross. Calling for an Intensified safety

effort Brown declared, "Rising RICHARD M. CONE
employment, of course, brings Increased
dy Employers Should Get Cut safety problems becausethe

PLy more people who are at work GENERAL CONTRACTORNEW
the more the chances for
are accident -
In '63 Unemployment Tax RateA

"To combat the problem, with HOME CONSTRUCTION

banner employment year in employment dropped to a two year the support of Governor Bryantmanaement
1962 promises a cut of more than monthly low of 83,200 in October labor, the insurance Remodeling Dar ot Nigh
Industry and other state
agencies,
one-half in the minimum unem- "This is solid evidence of Improved
BEACH MOTEL ployment compensation tax rate In business conditionsBrown de- we have 19-AFETY, campaign Additions Phone YU 2-7M1
aimed at holding the line on accidental -
1963. clared.
and COTTAGES deaths and injuries," Brown
State Industrial Commission "However, Brown explained, concluded.
1 Directly on the World' Most Chairman A. Worley Brown said "while business has shown definite --
Famous Beach. Modern, fully the 1962 minimum rate was 1.1 per gains through 1962, we have attempted
equipped units Air-condi cent. The commission expects to to give the Job-finding pro- I
tioned TV, phones, Sodal cut it to .5 per cent (one-half of gram an effective assist with our I Clewiston Church Directory
one per cent) of an employer'spayroll special employment project, OPERATION -
Fishing.
q Lounge Golfing, for 1963. SPACE, kicked off by
Credit cards honored. that the 1963 Governor :Farris Bryant in 1961.
Stressing figuresare CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
+ estimates Brown said the tax "The results have been good;
wide South Clewtston 102 E. Ventura ,Avenue 331 W. Osceola Arcane
f ortjiteraluro CONGRESS cut is due to a ten million dollar Brown pointed out. 'Coupled with Rev, Herb Hlgdon, Pastor Rev. L. T Fagan, Pastor Rev. Richard KnIght Pastor
drop in unemployment compensa- the Improved economy, OPERA- 9.45: : am.-Sunday School 0:45 a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Church School
lion payments in 1962 from 1961 to TION SPACE, has boosted job' 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
DAX1'O an estimated 33 million dollars. placements of the Florida State 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training 6:00: p.m.-Training Union 6:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship
A EACD r Pl e This drop, Brown explained ,Is Employment Service to an all time Union 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service
expected to maintain the State Unemployment 11 month high of 223,576 through Service
,.. ..r 8:00: p.m.-Worship Service Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening
Compensation Fund at November of this year. Tuesday: 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers Wednesday:
an estimated $120,000,000 (one hun OPERATION SPACE has been 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood Meeting 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice
dred and 20 million dollars) by the established in every metropolitan Wednesday: 8:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer ServIce
beginning of 1963. area in the state except West Palm 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY
Brown said "The Beach where it will be Inauguratedon
I : expected Thursday: 8:45: p.m.-cholr Practice BAPTIST CHURCH
We are pleased to announce that strength of the fund at the beginning January 12. Boo: pm.-cholr Practice 304 N. Francisco Street
of 1963 is a further reason for "With the active support of busi Rev. Joe Sweat Pastor
F the tax reduction. ness and Industry," Brown stressed ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH 10:00: a.m. Sunday School
"Record breaking employment "the project has changed the (Episcopal
11:00 a.m.-Mornin Worship
Dr. Daniel W. :
Beardsley
207 N, PaeUle
this year is the big factor in the image of the State Employment CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30: Evening Worship
p.m.
lower unemployment compensa- Service offices from emphasis on 336 Sooth Central Avenue The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Wednesday:

lion payments. collection of unemployment com- Earl Arnold, Minister Sunday Services: 8.00: p.mw Prayer Service
joined us on January I 1963. "Our population has catapulted pensation to that of community Job :, Sunday: 7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist
508,000 to a total of 5,459,000 since centers where employer can find 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and ST. MARGARET'S CHUBd
the 1960 census. Average monthly qualified employees and workers 11:00: ajn.-Worship Church School: Rev. Father Charles
,
non-farm employment for the first can find jobs. 7:00: p.m.-Worship Saints and Holy Days as an- 8:00 a.m.-Sunday Mass
ten months of this year, at 1,380,400 "As a further aid to businessmenand Wednesday: nounced. 11:30: a.m. Sunday Mass
11 3.8 per cent or 47,800 above the employees," Brown continued, 7:30: p.m.-Mid-week devotions Confessions by appointment 7:00: a.m. Daily Weekday Mar
lime period in 1961. "we have streamlined our unem- and Bible study 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Man
"If' this rate of growth continues ployment compensation report COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN 8:00 p.m. First Wednesday each
to improve, it is not Inconceivable forms, and changed employee reporting 407 Royal Palm Avenue month, Catholic Ladies Altar -
that Florida will have a total of two for benefits from a flexIble CHURCH OF CHRIST Henry H. Ford, Minister Society
Beardsley Farm million non-farm employed by to a calendar week, making (CHRISTIAN) 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School Saturday:
1970. the whole process speedier and John C. Scheffler, Minister 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship 9.30: a.m.-Religious InstructionBMIAVEN
"Non-farm employment reachedan more efficient for both the em North Sugarland Auditorium 11:00 a.m.-Nursery In the Parish
Hicpochee Farm all time monthly high of 1,405 ployer and the employee. 10:00: a.m.-Bible School House BAPTIST CHURCH
500 in March of this year and un- Citing a cut in another area ofFLORIDA 11:00: a.m.-Communion and 8:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow.. Highway T2t

Worship Servloe IhIpWednesday Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
h l (The family Is at home at S15 E. AvenUe del Rio) facts Wednesday: : 9.45: a.m. Sunday School
.
7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
8.45: p.m.-Training Union
8.00: p.m_Evening Worship
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Wednesday
TRINITYPENTECOSTAL APOSTOLIC FAITH
8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
TABERNACLE South ClowUCoa

I. ATTENTION! South Clewlston Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor CHURCH GOD
Rev. A. W. Howard, Pastor 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 312 S. Faelfle Aye..
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Rev. Joe Coleman

armers: Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Tuesday: 10:00: a.m. Sunday School
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service

I TO THE FUTURE AND Tuesday: Friday: 7:30: p.m.-EveD1n Worship
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Young People' MeetIng Wednesday

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING Thursday: 7:30: Prayer Service
7:30: p.m.Youn, People Service Friday;

COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor
> t..r Coat Farm Mortgag HOLINESS CHURCH ,
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD South ClewUton
c WDJ Foreign Cub TeRefinance 215 Francisco Street Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
debUt MxFLORIDA'S Rev. James F. Kimbrel, Pastor 10:00: a.m.-sunday Scchool Booker Point
Finance term Improvement. new handing, purchase 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Paul Strickland, Pastor
wind machine and Install Irrigation 11:00: a.mMornin Worship 7:45 p.m. Sunday Evangelistic 10:00: a.m. Sunday School
Awfot to purchase of a farm grove e r ranch. DEEP WATER PORTS Service Service
7:30: p.mEvaoelist.lc 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Pun-h_ land.
more
ARE! IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTORS TO THE STATE'S ECONOMIC Wednesday: Wednesday: Vednesdayt
.
Provide capital fond for the farm euterprl.e.ONLY
I, A LAND BANK LOAN WELFARE. MANY OF THE SHIPS LEAVING THESE PORTS CARRY 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service: 7:43: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
[ HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES COMMODITIES GROWN OR PRODUCED IN FLORIDA. Friday: Friday: Saturday:
7:43 Youth Service 7:45 p.m.-Youth Service 7:00 Youth Meeting
Lower : p.m.- : p.m.
L. .
paJ1ll8llt8.I 6'
J@
5 l ... Dependable Longer beaus service(op to (M serving yean)agriculture. exelnatvely More Than 4,000,000 ..- This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

since 1917).
F 4. Full prepayment privilege without ...,...aJt7.I. TONS OP PHOSPHATE IN 1 : fi Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's
Loan Mrvlce by local people familiar with keel VARIOUS FORMS, WORTH v p
agriculture.If SOME $50.000,000, WERE! Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Store

we era be of service to yon please write .r phone EXPORTED FROM FLORIDA ao':: Phone 2-0301 -

W. S. MAY Mgr. or DOYLE: E. ABBOTT. Awl Mxr. LAST YEAR. SHIPMENTS 1 I .. Glades Loan Corp. Jordan & Pndgen
GO TO 30 NATIONS \ J t COTES SERVICE STATION CleWlSton Federal
Gran.
Bldg.
Federal Land Bank Associationof IN THE FREE WORLD TO ?:T-_ :::::. SAVINGS LOAN AssI4Royals

HELP CROW CROPS. :-. :: Giddens Furniture Inc. _

Bradenton __ 4.s. Store
.-r dcWlSton Motor CoThe
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Thursday, January
Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS f'rlyd.' w. Florlefa __ "mac 3,1983


Half Million Dollars OfferedAs I I'CHOBEE. WINSCHRISTMAS Foreign-Born Stanley SteamerOf I Glades Roofing> Co f

On IncreaseIn
Residents
I I L'er sonals I I All Types of, Root and !

MEET Florida f 1897 Enters Sheet Metal Work
Prizes In Fishing DerbyFish For the first time in recent history New Construction or I IRepair

Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. foreign-born Floridians makeup I
In Florida waters will be carry prefix number 32, and tag Brickley, former residents, will AT BELLE GLADEOkeechobee a large proportion of the permanent Miami Auto ShowThe Job

sporting Valuable money tags number. regret to learn that afro sustained residents of the state than Phone 2.7111

again In 1963, It was announced today Zone 3-Central Florida: April, a broken hip in a fall at the Churchof the foreign-born in the nation as a will
with drawing up of plans for God In ChieDand during the hol won the championship whole the Florida State Chamberof I 19G3 Miami Auto Show Day; Or Evening!
the SchUtz $500,000 Florida May, June July Fresh water tags of the Christmas Invitational Commerce reported yesterday feature a special exhibit of the
new
G and number. idays. She is now in Alachua General P O Bus '30CLEWISTON.
Fishing Derby the third of the carry prefix tag Hospital Gainesville. Mr. Basketball Tournament in Belle I "By the 1960 census, 272,161 oldest registered car In the State

popular recreation and research Salt 33 water, and tags tag carry number.prefix number Brickley was pastor of the Churchof Glade and Clewiston lost the consolation Floridians named foreign countries of Florida-an 1897 Stanley Steam FLA.

event. God in Clewlston. game to Belle Glade Saturday as their birthplaces. This number er.Owned

Zone Northern Florida: May, Rev and Mrs. Shelby Lanier night.Clewlston's. Is 5.5 per cent of the total population by Art Mix of Fort Lauderdale --------------
Conducted with the cooperationof June July, August. Fresh water were visitors at the Clewiston Assembly i of the state. In 1940, tha proportion the red and black Steamerstill -
the Florida Game} and Fresh first game was with stood at Its lowest point has all of its original equip
tags prefix H and tag num of God on Sunday evening.
Water Fish Commission and the ber. Salt carry water tags carry prefix Miss Lillian Spurlin has returned Okeechobee and was lost 37 to 56. i during this century, 4.1 per centSince ment, except for a new set of I f ('YCYfYllER

Florida State Board of Conservation number 34, and tag number. ;to Clewiston from Beckley, W. Mike Young with 9 points led the that date, the Florida trend tires and rebuilt dashboard. Valuedat $ Z It) E'JN eF/P.Ry
the derby Is sponsored and Va., for a visit with her parents, scoring for the Tigers Mazzlna has been upward as the state's $13.000, the 65-year old car will
financed by the Jos. SchUtz BrewIng Approximately 10,000 tagged fish Mr. and Mrs. J. E. SpurUn. scored 8, Jimmy Bible 7 and Bill population becomes more cosmopolitan be a dally feature at the week-lang New Uniside
Company. For fishermen the will be released throughout the Miss Maxine Whldden of Braden- Swayne 6. in character. The national exposition, scheduled for Dinner Body
derby means added fun and lucrative state. Exact sites of release are not Auditorium in Miami, Jan. 10- Panels
ton was the holiday guest of her The local lads played a good first average in 1940 was 8.8 per cent, Key
awards; for the state agencies disclosed, but fish tagging teams to 54 cent in 1960 1 6.
sister, Mrs. Vincent Hendrlcks and half, but the second half was an- dropping per
concerned with fishing the derby concentrate on popular fishing Mr. Hendricks ,who drove to Bra- other "There Isn't much "The British Isles were the "When I found the car in the I
brings In Information on tagged la areas in each zone, both fresh and denton to take her home Monday. can say story when you lose," said you I native lands of 38,532 Floridians hills of Pennsylvania in 1948,", A4ANY A GUY WHO HAS
that
fish catches Information
vital to research- on fish habits, salt water. Mr. and'Mrs: Charles H. Jones, Coach Buren Hall. "Our boys (imply residing In the state hi 1960; explained Mix, "you could barely 14A0 A GRAIN CHIW HA3
Ray Alan and Harold Jones and had of from Scandinavian countriesand recognize it. It was completelytorn FOUND OUT
growth and migration Values of the 1963 fish will be have not the experience IT WAS
I and Mrs. Kenneth northern Europe 48- apart. I had to scrape the en-
Mr. Johnson came
and the they against"The ONLY A
$25, $50, $100, $1,000 $10.000 players are up M1CSZ r.
"SchUtz Is delighted to cooperateonce There will be one $10,000 fish re- were In Canal Point Friday to box score: 704. with over half of these tire frame and put It together el
again with Florida fish and leased in each zone. visit their mother, Mrs. C. B. from Germany The Mediterranean again aorta like a tinker toy

conservation officials In presentingthe State officials concerned with Jones. The family gathered for a Okeechobee .._..._. 15 9 15 17-56 countries contributed 23,* ,set.:*
1963 Florida Fishing Derby," fish research and conservation ex- party honoring her 80th birthday.Mr. Clewiston ___.1211 5 9-3T 835 with two-thirds of that Mix has owned dozens of old
Robert A. Uihleln, Jr., company pressed gratification that the derby and Mrs. J. Fred Baker In the second game Clewistonplayed number from Italy The ball cars in his lifetime but his favorite
president said will be repeated in 1963. were in Winter Park for New Belle Glade. Again lack o ance of Europe, Including Russian is the 1897 Steamer. ,
Year's with their daughter,. Mrs. experience was a factor. The scores s satellite countries contributed "I don't drive the car much anymore -:
"The popularity of this annual John W. Woods, chief Fisheries James S. Kale and family were close for the first three quarters 41.90 to the state's ," the 68-year old Mix re'

event among Florida residents and Division. Florida Game and Fresh Linda and Mike Cause of Bar- then Belle Glade pulled way population. Floridians born In vealed. "1 like to save it for special
tourists alike has exceeded our ex Water Fish Commission said thee tow spent several days in Clewis out front in the final quarterwin to Russia proper numbered 18- occasions." :

pectations. We sincerely hope th Schlitz derby "offers the opportunity ton visiting Irma and James Dick 68 to 52. 183. In addition to the Steamer, a''
third fishing derby coming up in for more intensive reevaluation "From Canada and Newfoundland glimmering array of the world's
son, returning to their home Mon -
.......__. 68
Belle Glade 10 23 14 21 "
1963 will be even more successfuland r 1 ar.1
of research results already obtained day I II came 31,905 Floridians From finest imported and domestic cars ,
Clewiston ._._.._.. 191313 7-52
the reasrch benefits to the plus gathering of new information Central America and tha Caribbean will! be highlighted, along with displays -
state even more fruitful" said on fresh water species." He I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson I The 52 points scored in this game islands came 51,079 with 45,274 of depicting the history and
and family of Huntsville, Ala., visited the most the
Vihlein were points Tigers
noted also that the Schlitz program his brother these Cuban born as of the 1960 projecting the future of the automotive
Edgar Johnson and
In 1963 derby awards will range will make it possible to accelerate I I have marked up in any game this census. Asia, Africa, Australia, Industry
family during the holidays.Mr. I
from $25 to 110,000 and the derby special projects in fish management and Mrs. Don Giddens year. Jimmy Bible and Mike Mat South American countries and 1 Js-:
returned zlna played their best this
will follow ,in general the patternof areas and to push work with games lands around the world furnishedthe
to Miami this week after a Bible led the with
the previous two derbies. experimental species such as Tilapia holiday with her parents in Or 16 season.points and Mazzina scoring scored 13. balance, 19997. Neither resident People Read
However, certain Innovation will Nile( Perch), a fast growing lando and with his parents, Mr Mike Durrence scored 10. II aliens nor refugees are Included i in
be Introduced In 1963 to provide.reater' imported fish with which the Com and Mrs. Claud Giddens in Clew these figures."It SPOT ADS
Incentives to fishermen n mission has already done Initial iston. Looking toward future seasons was also In 1940 that ,Flor

and thus produce enriched data for work. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson Coach Hall plans to use more idlans born In other parts of the

fish researchers. Robert M. Ingle, director of research have had as their guests for the freshman and sophomore players i nation outnumbered those native You Are !
I For instance all uncaught "old"fish of the Florida State Boardof Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs the rest of the season. "We will try to Florida. The proportion of Flor ,
from the 1961 and 1962 derbieswhich Conservation (salt water), said Joe W. Brandenburg and children to give them some experience for ida-born that year stood at 495

are brbought in during the "With the repetition of the Schlitzprogram Karen, Pam and Joey of Cincinnati next year," he said. per cent, down from 61.5 per cent CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, INC.
1963 derby will be. worth at least t ,. we can push ahead with Ohio, and Mr and Mrs. in 1910. By 1960 the figure had
S25 Further, a substantial number work that we have already inaugurated Wayne Hodges and daughter Donna In the game with Riviera Beach dropped to 38 per cent and only Invites you to see the new
of these "old'"fish will be des- and touch some new areas of Selma, Ala he plans to start Pat Baldree, 6'!'' lower proportion. Marlette and Esquire Mobile Homes

isgnated for Special ConservationAwards as well." He explained that tagging Guests of Mr. and Mrs. JackE. freshman at center; Donnie Yoder,, three other of the 50 states had a Now on display_- 830 E. Suf arland Hwy

of $500 to 1000. Previously of fish of the "near" off-shore Davis for the holidays are her S'll" freshman at guard Henry |. "Florida's population at the NEW
"old"' fish were worth only $3, reefs (which are accessible to sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Bowden 5'9" freshman at forward time of the nativity check number. FINANCING AVAILABLECash
except for a number of special and Bible and Mazzlna, sophomore,, ed
small-boat ) will be 4,952,788 of which
owners an important Mrs. John Lukawski and their 4,680,627 were for
awards. It Is hoped that with this project. Study of off-shore daughter Marie, of Philadelphia, will round out the starting roster, born in the United States. Of these your used trailer ,

special feature many fish which migratory fish, such as the bonita, Pa. 1,783,039 were Florida-born; 1.275 LOW LOW down payment. 7 to
have: been at liberty a long time years pay
is also 735 born .
planned. Mr and Mrs W. J. Leonard and were in other southern
will be Ladies of Lake
of fish research brought studies In for the benefit I D. J. Miller, sales manager of t their sons Andy, Johnny and Michael states; 741,988 in northeastern We also handle Van Dyke Marlette and used trailers.
I I the Schlitz Dixie Division with of Melbourne were visitors states; 610,498 in the north central Phone YU IZS61I j
For
another things, the dates of Bowling League states, and 58,091 in I
the derbies in the different headquarters at the company during the Christmas holidays of western jI
geographical Tampa brewery, pointed out thattagged their parents Mr. and Mrs. II L. states or Hawaii. Born In US I
zones have been ji
changed Won Lost I
fish Davis. owned Islands at sea or while
to take advantage of periods of I caught must be broughtto par- I
greater fishing pressures and to a Schlitz wholesaler, who will Mrs. Alonzo Ray has returned Hare Lumber ._....?_._H 40 20 ents were traveling abroad were < i
coincide ta the maximum possible I heck the tag number with Schlitz from a two weeks' visit with her Sports Shop ..,....*..._H..*.".. 38 22 31,653 and the balance of 179623 I THE WORLD OF
Tampa headquarters to determine niece in St. Petersburg. ,...... were U.S. born, but the states were
with tourist seasons in different j U. S. Sugar .. .?.,....,.... 33 27 undetermined" 1
areas, and the time periods have IJ its cash vaue and who will fur Mr, and Mrs Alfred Watton of Glades Restaurant ............ 28 32 -.....,......- ..
been extended. nish pertinent data on the tagged Tampa Parkinson's ..... ..__..._.. 21 33 '--
The derby will run for four fUh to the two-state agencies for with relatives enjoyed here a holiday visit Old South .. ....-..._...... 26 34 ,
as of 1ti ls
I months in each of the four zones that research programs.All brother Wm. W. Watton guests and Mrs. Wilson Lumber .....-...-... 25 35 TrooperBill TREE i

Instead of just three months per Florida fishing regulations Watton. Tog ery Shop ........_..,_... 23 37
zone as In previous derbies. must be complied with during the i

Opening date of the derby is February derby. Both Florida residents and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morganwere Hlch Individual Game r d e n sia .MAWq
Sie
1. 1963 (Zones 1 and 2)). visitors are eli-ible. in Ruskin the first of the Pat Baker ............._............._.. 188 Salt mm SUTTON A SUILDIN6.ONDeSIe

I Specific zone dates and tag des fish"Precauht"fishthose tagged week to visit his relatives and at- Eleanor Kehoe ............ ?.,........?.. 177 .n l'C
ignations for those zones are as follows the' caught before the opening of tend funeral services of his father Charlsle Wilson ..... ..................... 163Hlch ON R Ruse 455 uxa FUEL A, MACNINS j
: derby in any zone-should be 0. L. Morgan, held Monday afternoon

\ Zone Southwest Florida: Feb- turned In immediately to Schlitz I Individual Series L e TNAN n NA4 A BETTER 5ouca,PWMBINO b

ruary water, tags March, April May, Fresh Then wholesalers, when the Miller drawing emphasized of tag Mr. and Mrs. Buren Hall and Pat Baker .. ......_..?......??......_. SOl _4. 4t arc COMES IN,1, TNouaNp

carry prefix E, and tag numbers determines the values of family have returned from a short Eleanor Kehoe .__............... 453 MODsn.s.
number. Salt ,
prefix number 31 water, and tag tags number.carry tag, payment for these "pre-, visit with relatives in Knoxville, Charlsie Wilson ....... .........._. 433 NUNDRDO DERIVED FROM OP PRoot TNI6 WCNceROR* ew ARe !

(Note: All tags In all caught" fish will be made justas Tenn, during the holidays .They i IO UNATURSCAN-DID'DRNeWUoNITTAKa
word Schlitz zones carry if they had been caught during enjoyed a "White Christmas," six A PICTUR WITN IT...OR, (
well) PROM
as It.
1 Co ciro '
Zone Southeast Florida: (Running the official four-month period of Inches of snow falling on Christmas Country Club NotesBy Ida hi SECAUSC of IT ?ce&
the derby in the zone. Eve. "Then we were ready to I
concomlttantly with Zone 1)): Large numbers of pre-caught return to the Sunny South," said MATT and TERESA STANTON
February,
March April, May. fish Mr. Hall. In the "Christmas Present Tournament" +
were reported in the 1962
Fresh der
water tags carry Prefix F, by. played on Ladies Day,
I and tag number. Salt water tags 2.000 Schlitz tagged fish Mrs. Evelyn Shelley of New Orleans the 21st, players were allowed to OrNl

All told. In the 1962 were Is visiting her father, E. E. shoot over on three occasions of S

SEE snagged for total awards derby of some ap- Clewiston.Kelly, Mrs. Kelly and friends In their choice Ruth McCarthy and

DOUG PEARCY proximately 84000. Two of the Addle McGehee tied for first AMA11N0 CRlATONTNi TO
$10,000 fish place. M A fAeULOUC FRIEND a rouRS.
424 & Sncarland AT*. were caught In 1962- 'mu CAN RCAO A60UT TNIS
for one (a bass) by Ned English of Family SuppersAt On the 28th "Blind Partners"were FRIEND RECBN IN A DubLKNEd NEW BOOI'LE1 aY
Tampa and one (salt water drum) drawn and winners were U- THE HKN PULPWOOO

TAX SERVICE Beach.by John Beamon of Daytona Bibletown, lah Florentine and Bonnie Dur- More than % of Florida CONSERVATION coo ArAANTA PEACH RE9TRE ASSOC eTRE1, 't t ,\
a rence. #
traffic accident occur In ,

Boca Raton, Fla. I Clewiston women have been invited highly congested areas. ;T

to the Lehifh Acres Invitational Be especially watchful of (
Bibletown, U.S.A., located at 17th.
on January; Those who
cars
pulling our and slow-
Boca Raton, announces a family wish to participate must pay the ;.
Church Dinner at 6 every Saturday ing down. .all A
; entry fee of $2 85 to the secretary-
1 01'RESTAURANT evening in a newly-appointed din treasurer Ruth Mottley, before .. k MO 1
ing room at the Boca Raton loca January 7th. The tournament will

tion."Letters be played shotgun style with FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK

long distance calls everyone teeing off at 9 a.m. The
and ,telegrams attest to the fact fee will '
entry
cover greens fee,
W. 8UGAKLAND HWY. that Bibletown's Sacred Concerts luncheon and prizes. A VIVIN6 DVCX.9 \KNOW YOUR FLORIDA
CLEWISTON FLA.
have become /N1U8T.1USN N
an integral part of The following day the 18th, will
the agenda of our tourists, and we be Ladies Day in Clewiston again, L4w,A';' >ziq
:
will expand the Saturday evening and there will be two well knowd fottcs AND A'lMBLO WATERFOWL

program to include the family; dinner guests for luncheon and an exhibition SALT WATER BAYS
Take A Good Look At Model Homes this ;year," said Ira Lee Eshle- round of golf in the after- THRt F7'f16WDAAtw .
man, president and founder of Bi 4 & HEAP BRdYMMO1111D
noon. There will be
no charge 06TOOfR 11:1 ADD
Mire Vd. Bien! bletown. Awev
Modelos
Hogares for the exhibition and we hope nt/TH tw/rr AKtwtiP BASS
The program this year is coordinated for a large turnout for Mary Ann CLOSELYZfLATED7b OF BILL 9 tVHITISJt KINSfyt
2 & 3 Bedroom "with the theme of "together Reynolds aid Kathy Whltworth. -nil> eAII DLCA: I AROUND id
ness, bringing the entire family Kathy is second money-winner IV KHTZ fOUHPS

I De 2 y 3 Habitations together' in play as well as in among the Women pros and recent- .EK6T118 MCHtSPue BoDN
prayer.
ly teamed up with Mason Rudolphof
Comer of Olympia and Alverdez (canal) The new dining room will be resplendent Lehigh Acres to win the Mixed READ DLACKy BDUY6SOJED

En la Esqulna de Olympia y Alverdez (canal) with floral decorations, 2-Ball Foursome at Sebring. Both P1/TN 1
shimmering
linens, soft lights and girls represent the Walter Hagen
Six Similar buildings in same block delightful dinner music. It !is named Golf Company.Carl .
Hay Sell Edifldoa( Semejontes the Floresta Room. Ferrara has ,,efWsEYf
En la Mlsma Aradra on several occasions FEMALE
Following dinner there will be a eagled the par 5 number yfuow _
j. By Kendall Construction Co. sacred concert and a film of special seven but went that amazing feat E""CMIIST.AID

Por Kendall Construction Co. interest to the entire family one better with an eagle 2 on the a 4cA
Boca Raton will be the scene of par 4 number nine. M BLAc.4 I tmvER
J. E. Beardsley, Sales AgentJ. the premier of the Gospel Film been bringing some of Coach his P.E.has B/f1 sS Ay w SCAUPS

Company's color production "The classes to the golf course and has ,1rec,4cC HAYS
E. Beardsley Agente de Ventas Tony Fontane Story," which is built a great deal of enthusiasm 7/P I GRAY
America's
first Christian, dramatic among the boys. Many of these stu AINGIDNaAR r t # .: 4CA; AM7WnX
musicaL
I !dents enjoyed playing during their //v #ryg rNAT5.4c1
J. E Beardsley Real Estate unbelievable The Tony ,Fontane Story is the two-weeks vacation from classes. D t; grur stA ;,

of the yet true store of one Randy CockriU, who has lived next TIP : : BILL I'

Rea. Real Estate Broker This 79 greatest minute film current dramatically singers to the life golf course for most of his s.. L4i-/SH Wl rEOTHEe
young just recently started to
I 206 E. Sugarland presents Tony Fontane's personal take an interest In golf We were NAA+e y
Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 testimony, showing to teenagers happily surprised to hear that he a t DecK
and
adults
alike that the answer birdied number 8 hole
t. with a two.
1 to life and the hereafter I 11'' found Many of I
us
are happy to have 4's FLoe/DA
only in the person of Jesus Christ on that one I 6AME AND FIl4:7N: WATER FISH COMMISSION I




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,_. January 3, 1063 ___"' _...... Florida. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pit Five


Hilliards Are Honor Guests :,.,1. .t_ '-Miss Bankert Is Married To Norman;

I I I

On Silver Wedding AnniversaryMr. y .rJ' ." ,,;(, \,xs I Ritchey In First Baptist ChurchMiss


and Mrs. Joe M. Hilliard iston Inn, where 45 friends had Shirley LaRue Bankert, The bride graduated from Elch-
were honored by a group of close gathered to enjoy the evening with daugnter: of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. R. I elberger High School and from a
friends Friday evening on the occasion them and extend congratulations. I Bankert of Hanover, Penn., and 1 practical nursing school at Chambersburg .
of their 25th wedding anniversary A gift of silver was presented to Norman A. Ritchey, member of i Penna. The groom at.
1 the honored couple.DavisAnderson. the Clewlston Police Department, tended Clewiston High School.A .
The Hilliards were Invited for were married by the Rev. L. T. reception was held in Fellow.
cocktails and dinner at the Clew.SEE ngan in tbs First Baptist ship Hall of the church followingthe
r r Church' of Clewlston, December 21. ceremony. Mrs. Ethel Wiggins
Palms, candlelabra and standards Miss Faye Lehman, Mrs. James
Miss Wanda Davis, daughter of : of white gladioli were arranged Knott and Mrs. Hilton Williams assisted
Mr. and Mrs. Harman Davis, former at the altar in serving cake and punch to
residents of Clewlston. will be A musical program was given by the guests.
sP married on January 12th to DonaldR. Mrs. Maurice Fletcher, organist
Anderson of Melbourne. and Mrs. Robert Kelly, vocalist.
accrue cuss BOTTOM BOUTS The ceremony will be performedat Mrs. Kelly's numbers were "Be CyclistTravelerIs
2 o'clock in the First Baptist cause" and "I Love You Truly."
Church of Melbourne. The bride, given in marriage by
Mr and Mrs. Davis are now ) Paul Robertson, was dressed inra. Hit By Car
residents of Eau Gallie. nylon wedding gown, made

tit ballerina length, with a lace bod- Wilford Wright, a veteran from
JllnrIr liaR" Operation "Chicken" G 4 Ice. Her short veil was attachedto Bay Pines, was slightly injured
Across AmericaThe a crown of seed pearls. She carried Sunday night when a motorist
Howard Spinets a white Bible with an orchid struck his three-wheeled tricycle on
local Christ's( Ambassadorsof and carnation arrangement.;
1 a which he was returning to St. Petersburg
Mirror "Studios" the Clewlston Assembly oj God + M': 'a Vick'e: Roberuwn was ma': after a holiday trip. The
$325.00 are to participate in the nationwide of honor attired In a street length accident occurred about 6.45: p.m.
prgram, Operation Saturation. A dress of pink, with matching acccfsorlcs and the tricycle was without lights.
teen slanted booklet called, and a hat covered with Wright had ridden his vehicle to
LAKE "Chicken," is to be distributed by Ink sequins. Her flowers were Miami, and made a weekend
teenagers. The booklet was writtenby :ink carnations. cruise to Nassau during the holi
APPLIANCE Dave Wilkerson director'of Wendell A. Whaley was best man days. He was enroute home when
Ph. TU'27101CLEWISTON. Teen Age Evangelism in New THE OFFICIAL VISIT OF WORTHY GRANDMATRON Nottingham Ralph Ford Mrs Leota Prosier, nd SherriU Price was usher. the accident occurred east of Lake
York City. Get your copy of"Chicken" was occasion for a festive holiday worthy. grand matron, Etherldge Davis, worthy The bride changed to a beige and Harbor Sunday evening He was
this week at the Assembly meeting of Eastern Stars In Clewiston. Seen at matron Ernie Simmons, worthy patron Clojrce brown suit and brown accessories treated at the Hendry General Hospital -
--
of God should you be missed the meeting are left to right, front row, Christine Simmons Mary Belle Thompoo. Rosa Belle before leaving with the groom fora and released, miking the rest
: V by the,distributors. Doty. Betty Carlton, Anna Ford Ethelle Hamilton Essie Robinson, and In rear Helen honeymoon trip to Hanover, Pa. of his trip via bus.

Morgan, Mrs. R. J. Allen > Belle Glade, grand Dickey and Carlos .
Dickey.Photo
BIRTHSMr. Instructor) second row, Mrs. LU Moore, Laura by R. J. Allen) -
Goedhart. Hortense Vann, Abner Vann, Grace r

Dt and Mrs. Savando Silva are
the parents of a son, Jesus, born | Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Egley i r
FLORIDA December 19, at Hendry General took their daughter and: grandson The DemandFor ----I
Hospital. The baby weighed 8 home Sunday.
Stocker
Thur. Fri. Sat., Jan. 3 4 3 pounds, 15 ounces. Mr and Mrs. Joe Florentine Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Coppedge and sons of Milwaukee spent the
"If Man Answers"Sandra i
are the parents of a son, Albert holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cattle Is Heavy
Dee.- Bobby Darin Spring, born December 29, at Hen- Florentine. They enjoyed a stay ofa
Fun for Whole Family dry General Hospital. The baby eMi few days on the Florida Keys Buy Only The a

"Fastest Gun Alive"Glenn weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. during their visit. 9 9I
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Swindle are Cattle You Want
Ford the parents of a daughter, Sharon # I Miss Martha Davis and Miss
With Action As You Like It Elizabeth, born on New Year's Diane Clark left Saturday for Cocoa
Beach after spending the holidays ,
at General
Day Hendry Hospital.
Sun. Mon. Tue. i with their and
Ths parents, Mr
baby weighed 6 pounds, 10
Jan. 6.7.8.7:30.,9:50 P.M. Mrs. W. A. Davis and Mr. and

"Manchurian ounces.Mr. and Mrs. Manning Todd are Mrs. J. D. Clark respectively. Miss GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.
Davis teaches at Merrltt&nd
the parents of a son James Alan, I
Candidate"Frank born Deccember 29 at Hendry Gen and Miss Clark at Cocoa Beach.

Sinatra Janet Leigh eral Hospital weighing 7 pounds, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Brant-
f They will give you shock of yov? 114 ounces. ley Jr., Jan and Judy Brantlcy Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M.
life. lat Lt. and Mrs. Wm. C. Nail Jr.,
went ths: holidays;: on a visit with
I NOTE are the proud parents of a daughter relatives in Oklahoma. They were
If, you come fat 5 minutes Joanna Lee, born December19th there daring a season of snow, GEORGE YOUNG
Mgr.
after this picture begins, at Baldy Hughes Air Station, ; which was a first for the Brantlcy ,
You won't know what It's Prince George, British Columbia, daughters I
All about Canada. The baby weighed 8 MRS. LEOTA PROSSER, WORTHY GRAND MATRON of Eastern Miss Sonja Sanders nas been visiting PhoM WY 0-802 Pahokte.Uelle Glade Ito-l
pounds, 7 ounces. Stan In Florid, center chats with Mrs. Etheridge Davis, worthy matron her parents in Lansing, Mich. I
-- -- and Ernie Simmons, worthy patron, of Sugarland Chapter In the during the Christmas holidays. ..,"%"aaatttt', ttaaatttlttttttt fti'ItLY1
new Pit Room of Glades Restaurant, where a banquet was held In her
honor.-STAFF PHOTO. -
... ,.. .. .. .,

7A4'F Eastern Stars Honor Grand OfficerAt


Banquet and Festive Meeting"Winter


Wonderland" was chosen I "We should: remember the season Iftttntlve for better living
as the theme of the visit of chiefly for: its holy significance, and!
the Worthy Grand Matron of the not for its social implications."

Grand Chapter of Florida, Orderof Mrs. Dorothy Allen, grand Instructor
Eastern Star, which occurred of District 8 and other I
during the holidays. Mrs. Leota members: from Belle Glade, and I withbruatit
Prosser, worthy grand matron, was members from Pahokee, Moore
presented with an honorary memo Haven chapters, and the newly instituted -
bership in Sugarland Chapter during chapter at Lehlgh Acres,
her official visit. were guests at the meeting.
"The Sweetest A banquet In the Pit Room of Mrs. Ann Glotfelty, Mrs. Marie
Glades Restaurant preceded the Goodwin, Mrs. Evelyn Jackman,
Sugar Ever Sold"FRIDAY meeting. Christmas decorations, Mrs. Dickey and Mrs. Etherldge
"
featuring a silver Christmas tree in Davis were responsible for the decorations GASFIREDw
the Pit and table arrangements to at the hall and at the Pit .
I' conform to the season, set the Room.
theme for the evening.In Mrs. Etherldge Davis, worthy
FURNACES
the chapter room at the Masonic matron and Ernest Simmons,
Hall, decorations were con worthy patron, presided In the \ i
n w sidered so outstanding that Mrs. East.
Prosser took some of them with
her for display at the Grand Chap'ter
meeting in the spring. A "rose
tree" fashioned of large artificial I r 'PersonalsJ\
roses and styrofoam ball was presented -
& SATURDAY ONLY to her containing bright
ly/shining dimes, each dime form
Baked Old Fashioned Meat Loaf ing a "dew drop" on the blos, Guests of Mr and Mrs. Snell r
soms. The money is the chapter's during the holidays were her broth
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
gift for her special fund.
Rich Brown Sauce Mashed Potatoes Christmas carols were sung by Leon Jackson and family of Tam.

the group at the banquet and in pa, and another sister, Miss Pat
Sweet Com meeting. Mrs. Helen Dickey conductress Walton, aso of Tampa.
escorted Mrs. Prosser on Al/c Ray CUnard has returnedto
Hot Rolls and Butter a tour of "Winter Wonderland" Klndley Air Force Base Bermuda
while the chapter serenaded her after spending a 15-day leave
with the title song and with carols. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
or Mrs. Hortense Vann read appropriate I' E. Clinard.
58t 98 : Christmas poems. Little Greg Newman, son of Mr.
Mrs. Prosser gave an inspirational -! and Mrs. Charles Newman, is a
for
2
talk to the members, which' patient in Good Samaritan Hospi
reflected the true spirit of Christ tal. West Palm Beach. low ooiroflag eoitil
mas. '"Christmas is a time for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth True and
BREAKFASTOne sharing and for love," she said. baby of Tallahassee were holiday
guests of her parents Mr and Mrs.J. # CompUft/y/ automatic)
J. Ceiger.
coffee Happy BirthdayJan. Guests of Mrs. Betty Beatty and
toast
egg, her son Dr. Lionel Beatty, duringthe # Qviit operation !

Llewellyn White. holidays were her daughter,
:. Miss Sylvia Beatty of Champaign,
Jan. 2-Mrs. Pauline Hand, Ronald
grits sausage ILL, and her mother and
... Hare, Mary Sue Brannaman,
John Brannan. brother, Mrs. F E. Chalker and
Jan. J-Ley as Barton Mrs. Chas. Jake Chalker of St. Petersburg.
34; I Roseboom L. E. Dietz. Arriving Friday for the Nest Year
Jan. 4-Bryl Ingram. weekend were her son and daugh
Jan. 5-Louise Sullivan, Chuck ter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. James
McGee. Clifford Beatty and two children
Shortcake of Danville 111. Arriving for a via-
Strawberry Jan. Dorothy Roland Moore, It of a few days was Donald FIe..- Glades Gas CompanyPhone
E. E. Kelly, Raymond Christian ner of Champaign, guest of Miss
35THRIFTY ? Ray Lee. Jim Parrish G. M. Palmer Beatty.
Mrs. L. E. Dietz. Misses Kathleen and Bessie LewIs -,
Jan. T Joe Hilliard. of Blakely, Ga., are guests of
Jan. 8 Mona Holland Earl their nephew W. G. Perry and Fla.I.Thu
DRUGS Morrison Mrs. George M. Adams, family YU 2-1311 Clewlston, .
Betty Roth Anna Tokieda. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidtand
Blackburn.Jan. baby of Tallahassee were holiday -
Ph. YU 2.1931
Sugarland Hwy. 9 Eddye Currie, Harold guests of her parents, Mr. and
Land, Ceo. McNutt. Mrs. Clyde Egley. Mr. Schmidt returned -
Jan. 10-Mrs. Harry Schick. to Tallahassee the day after L-



Thursday, January 3. 1983
Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiaton Florida -

ough view of life beneath the water.

I Harlem News
The outstanding factor of these I
flat-bottom craft is the glass well I
in the center through which the

passenger can explore the eXclt-1 Events and News Of
ing marine life beneath the Our Colored Community

up to depths of 80 feet I
Throughout the mile and a halfvoyae MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor

are taken over
passengers
Plume YU 8-1208
14 groups of springs comprising
the world's largest group with
names ranging from the Bridal -
Chamber and Devil's Kitchen to New Arrivals field; Jlmmle Weekly, Tuskegee, Hendry.General
Christmas Tree Spring and Catfish son of Mrs. Rachel Weekly; Miss
Hotel. Each guide has his own Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kelly are Dollie Didley, Edward Waters I Hospital.1 Notes
the proud parents of a son Philip
version of the narrative tour of the College, Jacksonville, daughter of
Sirnelson, born Dec 22, at Hendry Patients'
springs from which flows an aver Rev. and Mrs. O. Didley; ArmsterL. admitted:
.
age of 550 million gallons dally- General.. Hospital, weighing .Ixpound. Gray Florida Normal, son of j "i Dec. 27-Mrs. Oscar Lane, Moor

more than enough water to supply Mr. and Mrs. Counte Cummlngs! Mrs. Mary Gray; Lester Tate, ijaveD; David Dehaney, Mary K
the needs of New York City. Florida Normal, son of Mrs. VIP: Johnson.
are the proud parents of a daugh trus Tate; Willie J. Scott, Florida Dec. 28 Erkie
The craft wan originally designed ter. Melverine Adene, who was Wright South
at Silver Springs by the late Dick born on Christmas Day in Hendry Normal son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bay; Oswald Johnson, Bryant;
Richie, who for years was shop General Hospital The baby weigh Scott; Miss Evelyn Wright, Florida Keith Webster, Miami Locks; Austin
Normal, daughter of Mrs. Edna Forbes Rltta.
superintendent Today, the Silver ed 7 pound, 5 ounces. ,
Springs Boat Shops still build the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Lane are Wright; Miss Nanie Franklin, Dec. 30-Martha Stinson, Clyde
boats, turning out one a year. The parents of a son Oscar Beavy Jr., FAMU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dupree. .
unique design was conceived to born December 28th weighing 8 F Franklin; Miss Eddls Rene Dec. 31-Vernon Baugh and La-
add to the enjoyment of the millions pounds, 7 ounces at Hendry Gen Jones, FAMU. niece of Mrs. Rosa dell Tracy, Shawnee Farms.
of tourists who come here to eral Hospital. Jones; Alvold Thomas, Prairie Jan. Barbara Thlgpen.
View, Texas, son of Prof and Mrs.A. .
see these natural springs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thlgpen are Patients discharged:
Foremost in the design, of the parents of a son Frank Jr., A. Thomas Sidney McCray, Dec. 27-Clinton Leabert, Dorothy
Hartford Conn. of Mr and
son
course, is the glass bottom well in born on New Year's Day and Brown.
the center with Its half inch clear weighing 8 pounds, 14 ounces. lillll Mrs. Ernest McCray.Mr. Dec. 28-David Everett Martha
glass panel through which the secrets ; 4t James Edward tialney, New Taylor, Dollie Mae Mitchell, Magnolia
., ark, N.J., spent the holidays with
and
Cummlngs baby, EssieAddlson.
of underwater life are unlocked
Card of Thanks family and friends in Clewiston I .
for Bench seats
passengers.
around the glass well enables the The famay ol the late Mrs. Ida JULIA SALES His wife and children accompanied Dec. 30-Sylvesta Bough.
Believe It or not there't a passenger Silver River and all 23 boats are 20 passenger craft capacity to see Thomas wish to express their deep him on his return trip to New Jer Dec:. 31 Dudley Willery, Luther
boat fleet that travels more regulated by the U.S. Customs Authority the springs. appreciation and sincere thanks Conference Visitor Campbell, Jerry Taylor Dorothy
sey.Mr.
than three times around the world subject to the same regulations Secondly, the design had to include for kindness shown us in our hours :Mis. Julia Sales was one among Joseph Flail, Newark, N.J., Lane and baby Tbos. Stead-
annually but never gets further as their larger sister oceangoing a motor that was silent of bereavement We are grateful the delegates and visitors who attended was the guest of his parents, Mr.I man.
than a mile and a half from its liners. enough to enable the passengers to indeed to the doctors and staff of the 56th session of the Bahamas and Mrs. Rufus Tolbert and family Patients remaining: Vincent De-

dock! All are captained by a one-man hear the guide, thus the electric Frye General Hospital. Tampa, Annual Conference that was for the holidays. :'witt, Keith Webster, Allen Jones,
Described,. perhaps, as the most crew who serves as helmsman, motors were chosen, which also Fla., for efficient service, those held in Nassau. The sessions were Mrs. Alma George entertained Clinton White David Dehaney,
unique fleet in the world, it is the guide, narrator and mate. All are have the advantage of no exhaust who sent cards, flowers and every conducted by the Rt. Rev. William the members of No. 2 Choir of New I Blandford Douglas., Victor Wollas-
famous Silver Springs Glass Bottom strictly pleasure craft, driven by fumes. act of kindness that made our bur F. Ball DDM., AL.L.D., Bethel AME Church and their ter, Cornelius Hazle Linford Allen,
Boats that carry more than silent electric motors with the The motors battery supplied den lighter. May God bless each presiding bishop of the llth Episcopal friends at her home Christmas I Oswald Johnson, Vernon Baugh,
a million and a half passengers a are and all of you. District, the State of Florida night. A large group was on hand: Erkle Wright Austin Forbes, Stan-
t year over the world's largest group unique advantage of enabling the and each night the batteries of all Respectfully, and the Bahamas. Rev. Edward for an evening of fun in games and, ton Poge, James Lon,. Ladell
[ of lime rock filtered sprlns.j' boat to maneuver in 360 degree I the fleets are The charged for the life nextday's of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thomas E. Benjamin, host presiding elder music. On the menu was chicken I Tracy, Lorenza Daniel, Clyde Du

} The fleet travels the water of turns to give passengers a thor- .trips. is five average The and Family and Rev. C. B. James, host pastor. pickup, cheese straws, potato I pree, Vincent Edwards, Vincent
J each battery years. The meetings were held at the salad, hot tomato zip, fruit cake, Lamar, Barbara Thlgpen, Mary .
constructed !
hulls of the boats
are in Royal Eagle Masonic Lodge, Blue candy and other (OOdIe.. K. Johnson, Chas. Cornelius, Chas. :
of for their durability
cypress Notice of Death Hill Road Dec. 15th and 16th, Mrs. Julia Sales celebrated Jones. Walter Jackson, Lefton j
water. 1962. Special musical selections Christmas and her birthday combined Campbell, Geo. Brady, Joe Becton, :
{ Deposit Your Saving With Each boat travels an average of Mr. Ira Dims of S. and M. Farms were rendered by the choir of Edward I with a party at her home David Messam, J. Wright, Charlie]! \
I 4,380 miles per year, or nine trips passed Dec. 20, 1962. Funeral arrangements Waters College, Jacksonville, Sunday night, Dec. 30. The home I Williams..
a day, 365 days of the year. Com incomplete. Young's Florida. was beautifully decorated for the
bined, the fleet as a group travels Harlem ,Funeral Home in charge I occasion. The dining room table .
Clewiston Federal 87,600 miles a year, or more than of remains. and all the trays were loaded with Mamie's I'
three times around the world. The Personal Mention I all the goodies that make up a holiday
l- average single trip over the well as turtles and water turkeys feast Guests arrived around Style Center
lI springs is a mile and a half round Miss Thelma Johnson of Raleigh,
that abound in the protected waters 110 p.m. with gift and good wishes. New f
trip and takes approximately 45 N.C., and former instructor at Harlem Stock of Girl's Dresses
of the springs and Silver Riv Music and games were the highlight Shorts, and Slim Jims '
minutes each trip. i er. Abundant underwater plant life Academy and friend, Mr. of the evenln,. Sharing the 242 Alabama Street 'j
; anticipated Ii Archie Buchanan, shop foreman, fascinates all, as do the many deposits Lacy Broxton, were the house delight were Mr. Charles Hicks,
4 % In charge of construction and' of prehistoric bones and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. Robert Young Mrs. T. J. Mrs. Mamie MeDaatat,
i dividend rate 4 maintenance of the fleet, has a i water preserved hull of an ancient Mathls for the holidays. They also Sanders, Mrs. Mamie McCray, Mr. Proprietor I
busy time keeping all the boats in craft dating to pre-Spanlsh days. visited Miami and Fort Myers, accompanied and Mrs. Nathaniel Black, Mrs.
operation. They must be repainted Extra sights they may see in the by Mrs. Theresa Sand Carrie Mack Prof and Mrs. A. A. /
Per Annum periodically, scrubbed and depths on any given day may vary ers and Mrs. M. I. Black. Miss Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
washed by a team of divers during from an underwater television Johnson is presently teaching in George. Mrs. Rosa Ann Cooke, Harlem Garage i

Payable Or Compounded Quarterly the busy periods. shooting sequence, as many saw the Roper, N,C., school system. Mrs. Beatrice Hill, Miss Vivian now open for

Your savings account insured to $10,000by Guides (captains) are assigned during the filming of the famous Mrs. Gussie Jones, Hartford, Randolph, Mrs. Malaney Richardson !
individual"boats. and are In com "Sea Hunt" TV series, to a picture Coon., spent the Christmas holidays Mrs. Mollie Battle and Mrs.J. businellElbert
a permanent government agency plete charge of their craft during session on alligator wrestling or with her sister and brother-in- S. Gajadha. Each guest received Allen Jr.
daylight operation. The boats start qua-lunged divers. law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown. a favor and departed, wishing ,
i Member Of Federal Home Loon Bank Syitera their cruise tours beginning at I Phone YU 2-6248
The springs are known as the Mrs. A. D. Plummer, Hartford, her a happy new year and many
t 7.30: in the morning, rain or shine, underwater film capital of the Conn., spent the Christmas with many more happy birthdays.
with the last trip being made world because of the clarity of the relatives and friends in Clewiston I Mrs. Willie Lee Young and children II

t' Clewis ton Federal around 7 at night depending on seasonable water for underwater (pictures. : and Miami. spent the holidays with husband Breeze In Sundry
daylight hours. They are also the location of many I A Matinee Dance was sponsored and father in Clewiston. Mr.'
Through the glass well of the full length motion pictures, Including for the visiting college students and Young is proprietor and manager Congenial' Hospitality
Savings and LoanAssociation boat a passenger may see anything such headliners as "Distant high school students the afternoon of Young's Harlem Funeral Home. Snacka. Cold Drinks. Ice Cream "
}' \ from an alligator or a school Drums," "The Barefoot Mailman"' on Christmas Day, at the Harlem Mrs. Pearlie Mae Butts Brook Coatume Jewelry .
: of salt water striped bass and mullet and "The Yearling." Recreation Center. A large crowd lyn, N.Y.. and Mrs. Mandy Smith, CoameticaMrs.
t '
that make their annual pilgrimage But most famous of all is the turned out to enjoy the afternoon Tampa, Fla., are the house guests EM!. Mae Patrick and
""I'' some 75 miles from the Atlantic unique glass-bottom fleet that pro of fun to the music of a very pop of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holmes Mr*. Alma Oeorget Proprietor I
Ocean to the springs for spawn vides as many surprises and thrills ular band. and Mrs. Estelle Gordon for the

ing. as an ocean liner even though it Mr. and Mrs. Lee Canty and holidays.Mrs. .
Ii 201 E. Ventura Are. Cfowbton, "Florida
Always they will see over 30 Lawn Service 1
never gets more than 100 feet from Mr and Mrs. B. J. Canty were Flossie Vessel was delighted i
varieties of fresh water fish as shore. hosts to their out of town relatives :
to have as her house guest for Wo win solve your problems.
who were their house guests for the holidays Gwendolyn. Viola, Give ua a chance to improve ; 1
1 "
the holidays. Visiting them for Elizabeth and Robert Frank Phillips your surrounding*. Fur Information :
Christmas were Mr. Ben Canty, Joann and Johnny W. Evans, can
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lyons, Mr. and all of MIami Fla. Yukon *4M8ELBEBT II
FACTS ABOUT PLYMOUTH'S Mrs. Buster Canty and children, Mrs. Louisiana Broadnax spent : ALLEN ;
all of Statesboro, Ga.f and Mr. El- Christmas Day in Alva, Fla., with Ij I IJulia'
bert Canty, Morehouse College, Atlanta relatives and friends. j
Ga. They returned to their Nook
Beauty
: NEW WARRANTY* respective homes Thursday. Mission Notes I
Miss Jeannette Brumfleld. senior EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES

I at Harlem Academy spent The Junior Women's Mission of PeraooaJ Can-To Your HaIr
Christmas in Nassau, Bahamas, Mr .
DOES IT INCLUDE DOES IT COVER IS IT TRANSFER- with relatives and friends. Friendship Christmas Baptist gifts Church exchanged JuIU MM SaleaProprietor

,: jitoce MvUnl find lob Mr. Frank Beckton, Chicago, 01., night Dec:. 30, at the home Sunday of Mr.
THE COST OF EXPENSIVE ABLE WHEN YOU, 'J Although ft* voWy tried accompanied by his little son Anthony and Mrs. Jehovah Moody. The
"
LABOR! PARTS! SELL THE CAR! ill tnJ 00y fct OGVtftlwC"Come were the and house niece guests Theresa of the Brown Hardy, room guests that assembled in the Florida

Wallace and Beckton families for affair with was beautiful decorated for the Elite Cafe and :

Y... T1aen b ah.olat.I, Aluolot.I,11t cOYeri the Y... At 10" a. tJae car the holidays. tree, made of a glass, colored Christmas
.. cbrr. for "ber uel major power tnba com- ... .... unlce. atpart. Mrs. Ray Takes Griffin accompanied with multi-colored green I'
.. For tJa. .atirt Iif. p..ta-t.. ",I.. "a.o.abl. latenab ac.f by her husband and son by the mother of the lights hostess., designed The GroceryHome
tJa. bl.ck ... U.I.tenal spent Christmas with relatives and
.arr"l1. .laoalel cordiq t. fIa. PIr-oat see my tree had a built-in music box that
'" delect Ia material .r parta, tile ..t.matie Valia.t Cemi.eI Cat Car. friends in Gewiston softly played White Christmas. Avery Cooked Meals

..rkm..lp .enr .. tna.mlliio. a.eI Its ... .e.eelaI... Ii. warral"tit. New Bedroom Is Mrs.the Mozelle Carter house Roba, Ala., tasty menu was served.
pleasant
of her
putt uYereei b, tJa. ter..1 part., tI.. rear ca. be palled .. t. til.wanul1. son and his family, Mr.guest and Mrs. Responsible for this most en .
It will .ot co.t asl.. ne.. art part. that ... ...ir. n ak ..ilat10a William Carter and family.Mrs. joyable evening were Mrs. Betty GROCERIES: : N
oat .i.I. ce.t to w..leI ..r.all, co.t tJaat will d. t. tla. "III..aYe t did it /EN*; Roy Bobo and daughters Dixon, Mrs. Carrie Walker, Mrs. FRESH: MEATS:

thi. defed eonected. ,lell1 to replaeeorrepair. yala. .f 10ar PI.oath I Myra Vanessa and Reglna spent Mildred Dixon, Mrs. Maude Ed- .
ii mond, Mrs. Geneva Hollls, Mr. and
myself Christmas in Daytona Beach with SCHOOL SUPPLIESESSENTIAL
relatives and friends. Mrs. Bobo is Mrs. Shep Harris, Mr. and Mr,.
Collin Glsswell, Mr. ITEMS
an Instructor in the elementary department Grady Moody
at Harlem Academy.Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Jehovah Moody. Clewiston News

and Mrs. James Woodley,
ROLLATEXINTMIOR Brldgeton. NJ.. and Mrs. Ethel Church News

LATIXNfUl Martin, government experimental New Bethel AME Church, Rev. Cold Drinks
llf, station, Belle Glade Fla., were I.. Holmes, pastor. :
Mllhifi. N* y lnl the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday school. 9:30 a.m. Mr H. Slop By and B* Refreshed
!* .) S
l f U My. Mr King David Jackson was the Morning worship begins 10:55: .
$ guest of Mr and Mrs. Mark
((598 GAL George over the weekend. a.m.Evening worship, 7 p.m. For Information
Walter Lee Crier, a high school Class meeting, Tuesday night
Junior of Fort Pierce, Fla., was tht Choir rehearsals Wednesday and Call YUkon 2-7651
Buy one get one guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Me-: Thursday nights.
Cray and children for the holiday

AT NOIXTRA College and high school students

.Your AuttorliMl Wymouth-Vitlin) Outer*!Wimnty loilnrt <"'acta In mrtwU,irxf mrlimmhlp,' lit FREE spending the holiday season with
19S3 otra hw bM WMiMtad to Indud*putt nplaewiw* ?nntr,without oh" ro for remind Mrt*or parents and friends were :Miss ; THE MEADOWS
COSTAl
Ubw Ny yMn.r WOOD mllw, Mch. ; .
e v r eomM Aral n ttw"najn*Mock fcwtf tnt Int.nul nrt Jean
IrinunMon MM nt Mwtut' putt (.ictudlmi manual oluteti). torou. *Mnwtor,drlv. ..haft, unl..1 Herring FAMU, daughter of
)otnti (including dun oowiX rur uli ud dlflwwitlil. tod mr '"h"l bMrtnot,. provlrt.4. Ihr. MI M'. at your Mrs. Cora Anderson: Miss Martha
KM.IMMI Mnfctd. a rwontbl*InUmlt oil,. at Harlem
woo to UM ptymwUt-Vilum CwUM Cu CtrtKhtdulM. Grace Tolbert. FAMU. daughter of Heights

Mlt'tq' CM'' Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tolbert; Walter
STORI Williams, FAMU. Kelly Wil 2 and 3 bedroom CBS Homes

BECK MOTORS liams, Gibbs, Roosevelt Williams,
Tuskegee Institute, sons of Mrs. Open for Inspection
Fuller's
Ruth Williams and the late Holly

Williams; Jessie Robinson Tuske Saturdays and Sunday 1 to I ....
Highway and San Benito Street Clewis ton Fla. Country Store gee Robinson, ion of Mr. and Mrs. James' for Infornutloa see C. B. Mllkrat
; Prince Brumfleld. Tus: he model .home*
kegee, son of Mrs. Helen Brum
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; .....,, January 3, 1963 Clewlston, Florida. _THE CLEWISTON NEWS: Page !Seven


Public Notice Watermelon though comparatively Vitamin A. Florida Is the leading

I *LAIFIEDADS- I low in calories, Is rich In watermelon-producing ..tate.WEDGWORTH'S I


IVOTtCM OF INTENTION TO
RKOIiTKM FICTITIOUS NAMB
K PHONE YUkon S-1201 REAL ESTATE The nnd.raltn.d do*. hereby oertlfy f
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cents per word per Insertion. 70 cents S-BEDROOM. 2-bath frame. North that h* I* conducting a bu.la l- INC.
minimum charge; four Insertions for the price of three. side Excellent condition Kitchen the**.flotltloa at Clwlton* came, of Florida Bill iiorman under

completely furnished Large lot; ::'rf.nt that ald firm I* com.

EXPERIENCED SECRETARY. shade and fruit trees. A real home. .* nan.*and following place I of panonawho rl- SINCE 1932i1
Servlces SPANISH AND ENGLISH. Available FOR SALE Northside 126 feet dance are a follow:
Business now. Miss Serafina F. :Morrell. frontage 3 bedrooms, 2 bath W.111 A.Bond Norman Street

Phone 2-3692. JanlOpIliscellan'eous CBS new immaculate 20000. Cl.wlaton Florida.
NORTHSIDE S bedroom frame, Own.rahlp of fill Norman Oood.arI.
I a* follow: W. A. Norman 100 0/0
10000. It la hli Intention to apply to the
|X GUARANTEE you learn to play NORTHSIDE, 2 bedroom frame, Circuit Court In and for Hndry
( the organ in 30 day or yourmoney $0,000. County. Florida I to ralatr' the ald
( for Sale name of Bill Norman Goodyear un .
( refunded. Tour choice of I i 1 Bedroom CBS duplex, 9950.) d.r the provlilon of I095J
I Hammond Organ and lessons in 2 Bedroom CBS 12500. law of Florida, Act of arr.: T EIt EL'tgTIQcK;

Edewlaton for 30 days only 823. 5 Bedroom frame $7, OO. CN-III W..A. NORMAN aaya,,, a.isiaIlirl' I.
[BIB Doane. Phone 2-5591. tfc Acreage as available. Dees II, 10. ST. lilt Jan. S, IMSREQUEST 1 ,
: FOR SALE ParrakeeU, $2.00 COUNTRY HOME. 10 seres. 3 bed- I "N*IFh0g) olive G your
[CHERISHED: : PHOTOS taken at
convenience. up. Mynah birds African love room CBS constructed. Completely I FOR BIDS I main ombhien- Cattle Fertilizers
FBsatouets.your commercial Wedding birds, monkey, cages supplies.Pet furnished. TV. Freezer. Cattle. The Htndry County Board of | empty out (not ammunition I II I
home
poe boarding. Thompson Wild Fenced. 3 miles out. Paved state County Commlialonen
traits. For appointment call YU.' bid until January I, mi,lIat.10.00A.M. Store your gun In a oood Minerals PesticidesWEDGWORTH'S
Ikon 3-2461. CAPITOL PHOTO i Animal Farm. Phone YUkon road. AU conveniences. Ideal site. on: 8e.c. ejector let to safepfoce- 1
2-1236. tfc 325 FHA HOMES in Palm Beach lerre the County bulldlnci. with
[STYLE SHOP. tfc end remain member elI
piping and electrical work. Plan.and a
Broward and Dade counties:
[IIUNTERS-Deer heads mounted FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, various sizes and prices. Small to bidder apeolflcatlon* are available and Inatruotlon: at the tfce human racer" I
$:IS. Deer akin tanned. Gloves cash paymentFOR Courthoui. In LaBelle, or from the \ THE NATIONAL RIFLE/
printed with form for octal Enrlneer, J. 0. Jr.. 0000 8.W INC.
[ jackets made. Ducks and 1rml.7
purses security, withholding and other RENT- 174th St.. Florida. Phone ASSOCIATION ,
J animals mounted. BOB DAVIS Efficiencies and house asavailablb. CB lOltl.ORATTON. I teaches /
(TAXIDERMIST 2105 10th AVENUE deduction Box of 500. dewls- H. GEORGE I sheeting safety | P. O. Box: IN Belle Glade Pke.e WY_ 61070
ton News Office. I Chairman TOM PARKER, Bales toprcMBtattv
NORTH LAKE WORTH JU I
Overe 1,000 vacant Iota to select CN-11TDeo.
5-1IIS3. Jan.10W. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS from for all purpose. Variou 17. ll<>. Jan. t, IMS ,

Guaranteed. 819.95: down, $14.04 prices. I
NOTICE or TOCKUOLDRIU
[ G. PERRY. Tax Consultant Investment and income property. ''
per month. LAKE APPLANCE.Ph. MEETINGThe r 't\I. [);
Complete Income Tax Service YU 27151.: tfc LONG TERM low Interest, farm annual meeting of the itock- o
Phone YU 2-7841. and ranch mortgages holder of Flret Bank of Clewliton!
cane grove will be held In the office of the, Real Estate
4/15C FOR SALES minimum $50,000. bank at Clewleton. Florida onThursday. : 10,800,000 TOURISTS CAME
PIECE BATH SET.
LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. January 10, mi at threeocloek TO FLORIDA IN 196O..MOM
Beautiful green slight damage. In the afternoon. I THAN TWO TIMES OUR
.
M. LANKFORD
Modern tub. All $60. YU 27231. ELBKRT U 8TKWART. STATE'S POPULHr' ," Exchange Rent Leases Sales
830 East frcildtntCLKWHTOJT
Sugarland Highway
FOR RENT tfc AND BOOSTEDOUR
I Fire Auto and General ECONOW .
Auctions AppraisalsExcellent
Insurance
I FEDERAL SAVINGS 1655000,0001;
L FOR SALE-2 ROLLAWAY BEDS Clewlfltou. Fla. Phone 2-2161 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
RENT Trailers and Trailer with innerspring mattresses. 820. NOTICE Or ANNUAL MKBTIffG income producing property, consisting ef rental
spaces. Royal Palm Trailer 1 student's desk. $8.00. Call W. F. DEMAND GREATER THAN or MEMBERS / homes trailer park and read stand. 500' hlchwty ST frtartate.
ark. Phone YU 2-2603 tic NALL, Jr. YU 2-6131. tfc EVER for houses, acreage, businesses. To the Member ofClewleton Close to Clewiston.
We have customers wait Federal Baring and Loan A Clewlston motel la A-I condition; will return few Nymeet
RLNT 2 and 3 room ing. List your property with us. Aaeoclatlon The annual meeting; of member first rear with money left ever. After that yea can Make
i furnishfd apartment .'none HELP WANTED J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU : of Clewliton Federal Saving and $10,000 per year after amortisation and expenses. Valuable hlfhwiy -
1271. tfcRENT 27501.tfc LoAn Annotation will be held In the GRFErjEM frontft.
office of the AMoclatlon, Clewliton Six room home only two year old with many extras Including -
Florida Wcdneiday, January II,
R Bedroom with MALE FEMALEA on '
prlv- or NO DOWN PAYMENT requiredfor 1
1161. at five o'clock In the afternoon fenced yard, pump and well beautifully\ landscaped new
ate bath. Phone 2-6881. W E. house on your lot. See Henry Eaitern Standard Time for utility room and ear enclosure Terms can be arranged.

lev.[ tie WATKINS ROUTE In this areaIs : McDuffie R. 2, Box 46, Moore the purpose of: director to ierve wg:1/P! Collier County adjoining Hendry county.; Section (MO Acres)
1. Bleotlnff one
It ttJ.r4l'-l'oICEL FURNISH- open for semi-retired man or Haven. JanlTc. for a term of three year, and ef land. Some "rasa and virgin pine. IBS. per acre 7 year terns.
SD BEDROOM with private lady. Many cenv.-retlred until the election and qualification noses TOUmOM' 29% down.
people are FOR SALE. THE PRICE IS RIGHTfor of hi* *ucc*".or.S 1ontcUre 160 Acre tract $85. per acre. Terms.
th and private entrance. A. J. earning $SO to $100 per week depending a nice two-bedroom home with Reviewing; the operation of 11 mar10 ConmmIC' Three bedroom home Sl.OOO. down. North aide of town. Two

haud. 308 E. Circle Drive. Ph. on time devoted to the a 14x30 foot business room. 210 I. Formulating the past year.plan for the en- beautiful oaks In yard, cltrua and avocado trees excellent condition
3-2301. Jan24c business. Maybe you can qualify West Ventura Street Phil Davis cuing year. with unheard of terms. .
For personal Interview in your Shoe Repair; Clewlston Fla. 4. Transacting uch other bu.l.n. BE WISE ADVERTISE: $' x SO' home trailer. Good shape Used only slightly.
..
a* may properly come Good for living, office storage Assume
m area, write J. H. MeGarlty Willis- Janl7c or space. payment
before the meeting.
fental ton Florida. Jan.lOc Your. very truly, Three lot. New house trailer 10' :z 45' with excellent ,._
HelpMantetf CLEWISTON FEDERAL HAVINOB THE CLEWISTON NEWS dation started for 8 bedroom home. Desirable location. Terms.
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Slightly used 10' :x 55 8 bedroom house trailer 8350 Bad alume
OTia A. JONEH payments of 862.75 per month.
flVIEWER WANTED FORPART Edwards SecretaryCNits Home and Trailer Park new. 8500 month Income Very
iREAL. ESTATE Jan. I. 10. 1DIII little cash needed. This Is a real opportunity and fully financed.
TIME telephone survey 10 Acre frost and free.. proof avocado grove In South Dade
January. Give phone number. Plumbing RepairRenovation ,- County Also 10 acres of lime No Freeze Damage.
efer a private line. Not a sell- _...''tr J House trailer for rent S bedroom. Available soon.
g job. Air mall letter including FOR SALE-CBS 3-bedroom house Houseboat very livable. 8459. total price; $ZOt. d....
ucatlon work experience and excellent location beautiful lot. Replacements t_I \ Marina. Ton can buy this en your term
ames of references to American AU In excellent condition. $11,000. Installation \! JAN} 297 acre Most Improved pasture With new home.

esearch Bureau Field Staff De- Terms can be arranged. Phone General Repairs xta

artment Beltsvllle, Maryland Jan27c after 5 p.m. YU 24391. JanlOc Trouble Shooting Editor FRANK DENMEAD

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Eight THE: CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Florida Thursday, January_3, jjgj

.

: : ,,', y. 1,>,,11"' Corkscrew it was in 1957. They point to the The Fur Is Fine But Nutria Used Christmas
;; Swamp green\ grass In the Prewitt grove,
'
.
'; /' ," ' 1' A\i.' at the Beardsley place, their own I Cards WantedThere's

Audubon Fours gardens, and the hedge of beau-
r tiful polnsettltas which bloom luxuriantly Becomes A Pesky NuisianceA a useful purpose
: I you
?_ in
besides the highway beautiful Christmas cards
Start In two locations at Lake Harbor. may
January from fur serve
fuzzy fur pelt four legs and a the nutria to escape
They were sleepless nights and add ranches most large commercial
to potent ,
shoddy can
,. "pl'; The only Nat'onal! Audubon Wild I hard days during the freezing tem tial trouble cage for and up Florida's operations are rarely guilty. These They can bring happy pasttinu
t. :if<' Tour in Florida this winter peratures. While Mr. Gonterman you to patients in children's hospitals
,. farmers. The furry, four footed nu- ranches belong to a national association ,
will operate from Naples, a quiet worked all night In the gardens,' escape-proof exceptional persons' homes and
tria, large South American rodent that requires
"' '' Gulf coast resort town she orchid a similar facilities. The
is destroying agricultural cages for their animals.
'" Jan. 14 and continuing until April: and kept awake and busy with : crops and eating many the native all commercial breeders belong to Foreign Wars each year collect
28 reading, household chores, even Christmas cards after the season
this and backyard -
vegetation of our waterfowl. organization many
The station wagon tour will be painting the kitchen. But the flow is over and send them to these
According to Dr. James N. breeders don't take proper
conducted five days a week by Dr. ers and shrubbery were saved by Insitutions for use in the physical
Layne, associate professor of biology precautions. Possibly some of Flor.Ida'
Alexander Sprunt Jr., famed ornithologist their tremendous effort, and now I therapy programs.
with the University of Florida -] wild nutria have been set
and Audubon staff rep- the gardens are as beautiful as
resentative, to the beautiful Cork ever. and Dr. Le\\:j Arrington, associate loose by unsuccessful breeders: Cards may be mailed or dellv
with the Florida who did not know the damage that
screw Swamp Sanctuary approxl Visitors to the area should not professor ered to the VFW Post Home on
Agricultural Experiment Stations, could be done by these animals. Francisco Street or to
Wd.Aa mately 35 mUes northeast of Na miss this beauty spot near Clew Doug
i pies. There will be no trips on !lston, and local residents who nutria damage is quite extensiveIn Drs Layne and Arrington ex- Pearcy on Sugarland Highway.
Thursdays and Saturdays.The shivered through that bleak December states where these animals are and
Loulsian. In plain that both the climate Cards which have brought
tours leave from the Naples week should also take a numerous-such as vegetation of Florida to pleas
Beach Club Hotel at 9 a.m. and tour to see what can be done and addition to pirating crops and the be well suited to the growth appear and ure to you and your family can
food of waterfowl, these animalscan thus serve a double purpose. Con.
first stop along the seashore to observe what was done to save the plants reproduction of nutria. For this
tribute them to the VFW
weaken earthen dams and eat "Opera-
the abundant water birds before from cold damage.
N reason it is possible that the species "
tlon Christmas Card.
the natural land cover that is
to Caribbean Gardens
proceeding may flourish here if It issuccessful
home of the world famous sometimes needed for watersheds.The "
This Was 1962's News in establishing a foot-
unfortunate story of what
Duck Vaudeville and the second,
hold.
largest collection of free roaming (Continued from page 1)) | happened in Louisiana illustratesthe PIZZAYU
n .. !wYw: President H. T. Vaughn of U.S. potential problem: the nutria I ,
wild water fowls in the United Report of nutria in Florida consist
EYE ON THE SKY, Bob Gray, of Tampa Skydivers Club, watches States. Sugar Corporation was honored by poses.In 1 of phrposely released animals,

progress parachuting competitor while awaiting his turn to ro up. The tour party reaches Cork.I Governor Farris Bryuut with an nutria immagrating from Louisianaand 2-3311
the late 1930's a fur breede:!
At right Is Paul Bowden Clewlston, a member of the South Florida screw Swamp time for a picnic industry leadership award, presented nutria that have managed to

Parachute Association, which sponsored two-day sports parachuting lunch and spends the afternoon exploring Baach. at a meeting in West Palm Island brought Louisiana six pairs,of in nutria an attempt to Avery to escape from fur ranches. Nutria Sugarland Pharmacy
event. the ; have been
6,000-acre Sanctuary via reported from 28 locations -
develop a fur ranch. Within two
the 3,500-fuut board walk. Cork- Quita Mazzina, 12-year old swim- in at least 23 counties of the
years some of the animals had
Now It's Yo Yo was hire last Saturday and the screw contains the largest remainIng and ming awards sensation like, some collected folks medals collect managed to escape and establish state, including; Alachua, Dade, w.
stand of bald cypress in the DeSoto, Escambla, Hfflsborough,
youngsters enjoyed the demonstration themselves in the Louisiana
eastern United States and is postage stamps. She broke four national Lake Lee
the
Manatee, Marion, Orange
much. marshes.In
Contest Time very winter: nesting grounds of great swimming records for her I Pasco, Putnam. Sarasotaand
On flocks of wood ibis age groups and competed In district 1940 a hurricane washed the
January 26th there will be a (the American Taylor.
It', You Yo Contest time at the Yo Yo jtork) and egrets. state and national AAU swim remaining nutria off the Island.
contest at the Youth Center
Clewiston Youth Center. and prizes will be awarded the The tours cost $15 per person. meets. Watch for her in the Olympics Survivors reaching the mainland Wild nutria, perhaps spreading
j in the future. She'll be there. added to the existing population, from the Louisiana infestation
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock'a winners. Meanwhile there's time Each person brings his own lunch. ,
representative of the Royal Yo I for practice, so watch the Yo Yo',. Reservations can be made with Bruce Waldron was named captain giving the nutria a firm footholdIn < seem to be limited to the counties
Louisiana.
I
company will give a demon- Prizes are being donated by the I' Mrs. Alexander Sprunt Jr., at the of the Miami Herald's Little along the northwest and west central
of expert Y.Yoin,. He manufacturers. Beach Club Hotel in Naples or with All-Snte football team. Over the years these animals coasts of Florida. a
the National Audubon Society's Miami : Big social change of the year, have multiplied and spread. Today Custom Built on your lot.
.
office ((13 N.E. Third Ave.). of course, was the influx of Cub- their population in Louisianais But organized releases of nutria NO DOWN PAYMENT

: HERRING CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC In previous years the National ans to the area, and the major adjustment estimated to be well over one I are known to have taken place in Concrete Block or Frame
required in hurdling the million. several areas of the state including
Audubon Society also conducted Completely Finished
barrier, both in community Now this South American rodent Blountstown and St. Petersburg
J Over 550 language
Insurance tours into the National
Companle claims Everglades
pay chiropractic ( finished if
Park and the Florida Keys. and business life and in is spreading into Florida. And to These animals were set loose to partially you

Separate Facilities For Colored the schools. A new teacher for a mak,matters,; worse, many Flor- control aquatic vegetation. Escapesof prefer)
peciai class for non-English Idian""are helping.The animal from nutria ranches are a Write or Call Collect
(17 W. Sogarlud nay YUkon t-7911 Gardens Saved peaking school students Is being nutria is often raised In known in East Patlaka, Gainesville

From DamageIn added this semester. And several Florida for its fur pelt, sometimesby Tampa and Summerfield. For F Information

I dozen Cubans are attending night I homeowners who buy one pair Animals have probably escaped In
Dec. Freeze lasses taught at the high schoolas hoping to make extra money by other areas of the state as well.

Visitors to the Everglades TropIcal adult education classes to learn breeding them. Commercial fur A combination of immigrants, American

r Gardens this season will find the English language. ranches are located in at least 15 escapees and released nutria appear -

ou n aQe little to remind them of the freez- Gene Fuller said "Everything is Florida counties. to have given this destructive Homes
Heritage
Ing weather of December '62. The bigger and better" in the recreation Although its not uncommon for mammal small foothold In Florida. ,

: mesa e grass; is green, the shrubbery and program and considered this And the present wild populationof

trees fresh and growing; some orchids the big news of the year. "How- Card of ThanksWe nutria in Florida is estimated Inc.

: are in bloom and others will ever, toe new Youth Board recently between 300-500.
A I WSOlltiOHSlast
I begin to 'come into new bloom organized is really the major accomplishment wish to express our sincere And nutria are fast reproducers. 5400 South

I "' next week, said Mrs. Clarence Con in the department. thanks to everyone for the cards, One fur rancher in Florida expanded
Tamiami! Trail
war... erman. She expects a normal season This group is already working very I flowers, prayers and every act olYndness one pair of nutria into 200 animals

,i', of bloom from her hundreds effect.ve.y and I predict this wU shown us during our re- in about five years. Unless Fort Myers, Florida
1'I > of orchid plants.It be the b.g aecompilsnment of 1932 :rnt beream3nt.: care is taken Florida's approximate

required all night vigil and in the C.tlston Recreation IXaurne. May God bess each of you. 500 could soon number one millionas WE 6.2111
: 1 MAKE A RESOLUTION to hard work on the part of Mr. and< .. .... In Louisiana. ,
:laveour; annual medical Mrs. Gonterman to combat the -- Mr. and :M-s. W. E. CUnard --- i
checkup. Modern drugs can freezing temperatures. "We did ;It
1 .
cure most illness in its early
stages. Health is so precious with smudge pots," she said. Mr. OBITUARIES
"n safeguard it with prompt jronterman watered until the very! Ca"d of ThanksI

f. ", medication. last and feels that the moisture ORAN L. M02GIN
released the heat of the smudge wish: to express my deep ap-
by
Oran L. Morgan 72, Route I,
," reciation f-r the
fired many kindnesses AUTE
whan helped
ts
: : they were
Ruskin, died in a
Tampa hospital
keep the plants from freezing ;.hjwn me during my stay in the
Friday lie was a produce farmer
LI&ARLA''" The cold winds hurt, particularly!; l-irtrv r--n'!ral Hospital; to the
and had been
a resident of Ruskin
staff of the .
and
ne plants high in the trees which hospital Dr. MeCrnvUe
I l1 a ij little prelection Some leaves for many years.Survivors for their excellent cars
are his wife. Mrs.
.11. yellowed and fallen, but many and to the many friends who remembered -
Bsrtie Morgan, W. Orville
one Sun -
remain the trees. me with cards, visits,
I F3 HX\ R / AC Y Both! on Mr. and Mrs. Gontermanfeel Morgan, Clewlston; three I flowers and prayers. ell ,
daughters, Mrs. Alta Cowles. Bis-
Phone Yukon t-3511 Ctewb.ton flI this freezing weather was not sonton, Mrs. Florrle Terry Par-I Louise E. Miller
bad at their location on the
jj>>
rlsh
and Mrs. Irene M. Pitts.
I uth shore of Lake Okeechobee as
Tampa; one brother and two sis
J ters. 11 grandchildren and 10 grea tIrandchlldren. Card Of Thanks I


f CLEWISTON INN'S Funeral services. were held Mon Ws; want to express our appreci--

day at the Northslde Baptist alien and thanks to all those who SAVE MONEY
BORROW HERE!
Church in Ruskin and Interment helped in so many ways. For the

was in the Garden of Memories. prayers, cards and Cowers during
SUNDAY SPECIAL the long illness and passing of our Buy your car anywhere, but borrow hereto

VERNE BOGUE dear mother and wife, Kate Fletcher. pay for it. Our bank rafes are the l lowest
Verne Bogue, 83, a winter visitorin A special thanks to the entire
January 6, 1 963 the home of his cousins, Mr. and staff at the Hendry General Hospital available to the public. What's more, our

Mrs. J. E. Bsardsley: for several for the wonderful care and ,terms are realistic planned with
years, died on Christmas Day. the many comforts extended. your

: .,, f' Funeral services were held Saturday Thanks to Dr.. Shupe and McCon- budget in mind. See us first for your loan.
afternoon at Andover Ohio vflle. to an the ministers that offered

t,, .. Surviving are two daughters their assistance and prayers. FIRST
Soup de jour Mrs. Elsie Bigony of Delaware, Our sentiments are that God will BANK OF CLEWISTON

Ohio and Mrs Lauretta Axtell of richly bless all of you.HersheU Ph. YU 2001 ,I':

Tossed Salad Choice of Dressing Alexandria, Va. Fletcher Clewi.lon.FU.

.' ) Mrs. Robert .1
Sherrell
MRS. SARAH F. FOUNTAINMrs.

...: GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN Sarah Frances Fountain 76, I'

,.. of Stuart, died in a Vero Beach !{

Garden Pee Nursing Home Friday after a long ass
j illness. She had lived In the In-

diantown area for 40 years and was .
i :.. Snowflake Potatoes :
a member of the Dunklin Memorial

Baptist Church at Indiantown.
) Clewiston Inn Bake Shop Bread and Butter Survivors include six daughters, IYW i Mrs. Lillie Leltner of Clewiston; BALDPATE

Choice of Ice Cream or Sherbet II Mrs. Alice Leggett of Okeechobee; auc

I I, ; Mrs. Maude D. Hunsinger, Stuart; I IItlIlUP W/l1tSEON. 6REEN

I CoffeeTea Milk Expresso Mrs. Rose Stanley and Mrs. Hen INHA8/TS LAKE( ,a/VERSAd d1'S/iES $OeCULUMTIRUOIIr
rietta Hefflin, Miami, and Mrs.
: Della Dupree of LaBelle; three MOST OF FLORDAFit'pySEPTZMEEC7DCeELY

, Ions Alonzo Jr., of Clewlston; Ed- J.IITI !
All For $2.25 ward of Ind'antown and David of MII/l.CH e/'L EN6yyAVEQAe.. fEMALF2o4vcNS5 -

West Palm Beach; 31 grandchildren I W4/Gllr I y. J.8S. GRAY

t ;' 32 great-grandchildren and NERD

) four great-great-grandchildren.
t Funeral services were conductedat :
'opth.
.
, Johns Funeral Home Chapel, 1 L I ,
Stuart and Interment was in the r
" -- This Special Available Noon and Evening Jupiter Cemetery: Monday after BLUIN
:
I noon.

f. Served from 12:00: Noon to 10:00: P.M. -. K WNret'ROfN
MRS. FREDDIE B. t'ZZELL

And from 6:00 P.M. 10:00 Mrs. Freddie Belle Uzzell of
: to : P.M Moore Haven, died unexpectedly

COME AND BRING THE FAMILY Saturday atl. She was an 30 years Okeechobee of age.hospl-

I She was a member of the Churchof l BLfIEi
Christ Christian of Lakeport and
of the Moore Haven Chtptor Orderof
>oJ., Eastern Star. KNOW ysv? DMCK i

Surviving are her husband Ted TIP

Jzzcll; a daughter, Marlene of YOUR "
The Clewiston Inn Moore Haven and her mother and

''I stepfather Arcadia., Mr, and Mrs. Gebhartof fLORiDA -- C MALE -GRAN HEADNECKBANDQ,aQEfN


Clewiston Funeral services were conducted CMIDCsc, NEADI
Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 In Arcadia on Monday afternoonand \. WATERFOWLPaRe BODY psw BRGNM
interment was In the cemetery I

there. FlItI A 6AMB AND FIlIN WATzR FISH COMMISSIoN
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