The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Departmenteeps Clewiston News Sweetest"America's Town"

Losses Low (.v..

Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec 345.3. PM-S $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 10. 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 2

ewlston wound up the year owned by the city and the other
[ with an enviable fire loss rec- by Hendry County.

,,;thankl to the efficiency of the The Fire Department hold a

leer Fire Department Ac- meeting and practice every Mon- Y'S' r4 y Bilding Permits
A 1 (
fate figures on losses are not day night. Its members are Taft u

liable, since the firemen are Cason. Bob Giddens, Harvey Prld I

oittedly not apprafsers; their gen Sam Lang, Dan McCarthy,

is to put out a fire, not to apse Ernie Miller, Jimmy Walker Ben Tops Half MillionBuilding

loss.owever.. Sanford, Quincy Westberry, Charlie
the records kept of Martinez, Johnle Jackson and Bill
fire call answered reveal few Harn.
PI for the year. Bluest fire r permits In,Clewlston In mlts for 27 new residences were is-

age inside the city limits was 1962 totalled $548,500 and more than sued during 1962, and most of these
half of It ($302,000) was for new were completed and are now oc-
I to the home of H. C. Thomp- Local Youths home construction. cupied.
I in late July;
Housing continues to be the big There were two duplex apart-
e department answered 38 problem in Clewlston, with vacant ment buildings built during the
rmi during the 22 of them
year For
Recognized residences
or apartments year, and one two-story apartment
de the city limits. Eleven were non-existent.
I house with four apartments was
MS fires, 13 were residences, A review of the
building permit completed and another ,underway.
were motor vehicles one was Physical FitnessTwo records city hall shows that per- These buildings provide:
Idge, one a barn, one a tool
homes for 3* families, but the
,, one a trailer home, one a Influx
Into Clewlston has been
field and five were miscel- Clewlston youths, who won FATHER GEORGE
far greater than 31 families.
district honors in the
us items, such as a neona Physical -
-- The City Commission Is pushing
torch, etc program of the Recreation Association -

lie most of the citizenry were have also received national NEW TELEPIIONE BUILDING NOW UNDER ty Telephone System. ADORNS 50 STAMP planned for early sewage start system of work in on the be-the

chins the old out and the recognition in their age CONSTRUCTION In Moore Haven for Inter Coun-
year lief that once sewage is provided
groups. Yes, the face cm the new S
Year in at parties or quietly .j 'Phone financing of will be
BuildingFor group housing
Mike avis and Gretchen Bryanof cent postage stamps, appropri-

heir busy own fighting homes; fires.the They firemen an- Clewlston topped their divisionsin Banta Tells Chamber Of Moore Haven ately trim and gray, Is that of be easier built.and more houses will soon

red two alarms after dark the 6-7 age group, nationwideand the Father of Our Country.
Year's Eve. An old house on are so recognized by the Ama Ground was broken last Friday George Washington.We In addition to the residence construction -

of the teur Athletic Union of the United frr a new telephone exchcange have It on the authorityof there have been severalnew
railroad Plans
the old Ass'n
Haven States. They will receive AAU Waterway / building Moore Haven for Inter. the Post Office Itself. commercial buildings: and ad-
re road burned to the
d. as the 'department championship badges In recognition County Telephone System. The location ditions during the year Under con-
kept of Clewiston Is the of the is block struction is a $40.000 addition at
blaze their efforts.In center ports on the Boa cade activities, one east of the
before spreading. And the announcement of the 12 Okeechobee Waterway although the South Florida' Parachute Asso- Glades County Court House on US n Deposits Hendry General Hospital the largest
midnight fire
e out on the "ridge"a grass and the outstanding boys and girls, Santa headquarters of the Waterway As- ciation's invitational meet duringthe 27, where the telephone company building permit Issued during

truck was called to extinguish Fe, New Mexico, had four mem- sociation are in Fort Myers for holidays and other activities. I recently purchased a 50'xlOO' lot Deposits In the First Bank of 1962. Other new buildings or substantial

I blaze.e bers; Clewlston. Fla., Michigan population reasons Howard S. The publicity committee reportednew at corner of Fourth Street. Clewiston rose 26 per cent during additions to existing build

City, Ind., and Morristown, NJ., Banta, new executive secretary of signs are ready for erectionin The new air-conditioned structure the past year, It was revealed In ings are: Giddens new furniture
Clewiston Fire Department each had two and Lincoln Neb., the association told the Clewiston the city and larger ones for was designed by Architects the condensed statement of con- building the Hendry Auto Parts

ers alarms to fires outside the and West Palm Beach, Fla., had! Chamber of Commerce directors outside city limits near the east Gun rsen and Wilson of Fort My- ditioned issued by the bank as of building and the Clewiston

limits since It operates two one each. Tuesday. and west entrances.: ers and will have a curved con- the close of business December 31, News addition on Central Avenue;

era efficient fire trucks oneDOME More than 50,000 boys and girls Baker appointed Mike Herring crete canopy across the front of 1962. Dr. Shupe's medical building near

participated in this Inaugural program Banta outlined a tentative oro- and Bill Davis to coordinate plans the building and the Fone Foyer. This Is a six per cent greater in- the hospital: Vann and Dickey'sbuilding
) GROWNMATOES sponsored by the AAU Pub gram publicizing letters the and waterway for the entry In the Fair parade Installation of new dial switching crease than the rise over the state on Ventura; Ford's FillIng -
Uc Recreation Committee. Ben news a and for the Fair booth. He asked equipment Is planned to start where a 20 per cent Increase was Station on Pacific; Glades Res-

York of West Palm Beach, served way Guide to be issued annually.He the civic affairs and agriculture In August and to be in use before announced by Floyd Call executive taurant and Stockman's large additions -

as chairmao. has set a goal of 10,000 members committees to study the needs for the end of the year; this will pro- vice president of the Florida on Sugarland Highway andS.
which he feels is not too ambitious C. steel S. At-
tax changes In the state and ask. vide direct distance dialing and In Bankers Association. Fry building;'on
when the number of
IeloUB home to- large lantic.
grown ed the agriculture committee to tercept of discontinued or changed Deposits In the First Bank of
ton of a fine quality have District VFW registered boat owners Is taken numbers. Several Clewlston residences received
join a similar committee in the Clewiston were $5,044,967 on De-
n i selling at a local grocerythe Into consideration. He says both The present Moore Haven buildIng extensive additions and remodeling
LaBelle Chamber to select a Farm cember 31, 1962. compared with
past II days at two ,tee and Martin counties have 10- the
during and miscellaneous
Officers ,
ComingVFW Family of the Year. was constructed and the manual $4,709.780 at the close of 1961. year
s for 21 cent*. 000 registered boat owners and construction Included
operations changed to dial
Attending were Davis V R. op Assets of the bank Increased
pThU la an item of news District that Hendry has 2000. three swimming pools and air-
3 Commander Beardsley, Herring Baker, Bill eration in 1939; the equipment wasreplaced from 5209.589 at the close of 1961 an
feb might be transmitted to George Samra Jr. Mayor Leon Bembry was pre- plane hangar
West Palm with all
new equipment
to $6,510.917 l.ter-an
S. in-
Baker C. John a
Fry, Ellington, year
friends in other states, Beach and Auxiliary President sented with an honorary membership using all available in the
I Dan McCarthy, Richard Phelps space crease of 24.97 per centBank
h. may think we have no I Mrs. Mildred Sandiford will be In the association. building in 1951. The Installation in
Leon loans had increased 20
Bembry, Ross LaByer Tony
per 1963 Auto Plates
egetables since the December guests of the Hawklns-Klrk-Gordon Banta, a retired Californian who Toulis Bill Stitt, Ken Swayne, the new building will be 300 lines cent or from $1,333,456 to $1,604.
se, or that prices would e Post 4185, VFW and its new Auxil- lives at Alva serves on a volunteer Instead of the present 200 lines

y high.Kpratt I iary Unit Monday night non-payment basis as executive Beryl Frank Bowden.Hendry Polhill.. Stella Plrkle and and room is provided for expansionif 965.The stockholders of the bank Are Now On Sale
officer of the association. He is
This joint meeting is the occasion necessary. Extensive outside will hold their annual meeting this
Is Chairman of the regular visitation of now on a membership tour through plant distribution and more long afternoon at 3 o'clock. "We expect The Hendry County Courthouse
Commander Samra and his staff the communities along the waterway distance sub-office In Clewlstoii. Issopnlar
to Corp. Gets circuits are scheduled. To- 100 per cent of the stock to be represented
f School BoardJ. the post and the first of President meeting with Chambers and tal cost of the Moore Haven project at the meeting," said .. spot these day.

| R. Spratt. of LaBelle, who' isginning Sandiford to the Auxiliary Unit, local government and civic lead is estimated at $125,000. I President Elbert L. Stewart. The license tag office has 1M3

his second four year still In process,of organization.A era. River Contract Inter County; President J. N.I'JohnsoQ Stewart said the bank officers auto tags on sale and mvtorsltsarcr
m as a member of the school feature of the meeting will be :Seventeen: directors or committee said the promising growth are naturally proud of the fine batfnr tile blue platt With

ard was elected chairman Tues- the formality of the losal post retiring heads attended the Chamber I and development of Glades Coun- progress shown In the year end white letter. in a fairly steady

at the organizational meeting its National Colors after meeting held in the Pit Room at At $2 MillionA ty, where the number of 'phoneshas statement of the bank. "We feel It stream.

[,the new board. Joe M. Hall of more than 15 years service, with Glades Restaurant. almost doubled In the past five I reflects the progress and growth Paul Pollen, deputy tax: collector

vision was elected: vice chairs. Past Commander Doug Pearcy Dick Baker, presiding, heard re- 2132.900 contract was awarded years led the company to make !of our community-and we Include Is handling the sales

making. the retirement eulogy. Dls- today by the U.S. Army Corpsof I the investment. Glades County and LaBelle In the Motorists should briar their

Elsie Futch of Clewlston, a inlet Commander Samra as- CFSL Annual MeetingSet Engineers in Jacksonville for term community. We feel this Is last year's registration slips

member, Mr:Spratt and Claud sisted by the Post Honor Guard enlarging a 7.2 mile section of the one of the substantial, steadily with them, or If the tar was

dens, Clewlston member who will dedicate the new National January 16th Klssimmee River between Lake FREE VACCINE growing parts of the great state purchased in this office the

re-elected In 1962 presented Colors. Klssimmee and Lake Okeechobee.The of Florida and we are proud that number of the plates.

commission for the new four Past Commander Buddy Belcher Ths annual meeting of membersof contract was awarded to the FOR POOCHESThe the bank is keeping pace with that The '83 tags are blue with

terms: of office. Other mem- will be the installing officer for Clewlston Federal Savings and Hendry Corporation of Tampa the progress." white letters, reversing the 1M2

i of the board are Joe M. Hall John E. (Bud) Whidden as junior Loan Association will be held at) lowest of 10 bidders on the work. City of Clewlston has arranged At the stockholders meeting, color scheme.CITRUS .

vision, and Mrs. Blanche Mc- vice commander and for Harry 5 o'clock Wednesday, January 16, The river development Is a part of for a veterinarian to at which the annual reports will be

mick LaBelle. Braised as chaplain. at the CFSI building.In I the Central and Southern Florida be at the Fire Station City presented and reviewed directorswill

addition to reviewing the operations Flood Control Project. The work Hall Building, for an hour each be elected. The directors will EMBARGO

of the association for the under this contract will extend Saturday afternoon through then meet to elect officers for next

faiergency Loan Date past year and making plans for theu'ure from ti.? southernmost' navigation January Ie give free vaccination year. HAS BEEN LIFTEDThe

ths members will elect one lock northward to the'site of the against rabies to Clewlston Present officers are C. V. Parkinson

dIrector for a three year term. second IOCK. Bids have already dogs. chairman of the board; El- / citrus fruit embargo has

been opened on three of the six The only stipulation to receiving bert L. Stewart, president; A. L. been lifted and anyone Is free

lor locks which will be located along the free vaccine Is that Moorman, vice president and cash- to ship gift fruit to any person

Vegetable Growersunty Touchton KilledIn the 8O-mllelenath of the waterway. the owner must then buy a city ier, and Mona Holland, assistant anywhere without restrictions -

When completed, the Kissimmee license for the animal. The license cashier. County Agent Frank Pel-

River will provide drainage for a Is a legal requirement Directors are Parkinson, Stewart hill said yesterday.

Agent Frank Polhill has I applicant continuing his, normal County's First 758-square mile area In the cen- and all dogs In the city must John S. Cottrell and Howard rolhill said his office has had

shed'' the' following official In- farming operauos:. This ,Includes tral part of the state. have a license. Kurtz, both of Fort Myers and many Inquiries from residents)

matron from the Farmers Home (a') .the purchase of seed fertilizer Army engineers also announcedthat Owners should take advantage Moorman. who wish to ship baskets of

illustration of the U.S. Depart- Insecticides, and other farm bids will be opened in late of the opportunity to get Following the directors meeting fruit to other state. There Is

eat of Agriculture. Farmers operating expenses (b) necessary 63 Traffic Death January and early February on their pets Inoculated against there will '''be'' a banquet at the no restrictions ef any sort M

hose crops were frozen or dam- equipment repairs (c) when necessary three new projects, two at Cape rabies without eost. Canebrake Patio for the stockholders such shipments BOW, be said.

ed in the December freeze are puchase of essential replacement William Jefferson Touchton, Jr., Canaveral and one In the CSF The veterinarian wW be at and their wives or guests. Fruit ahipped for resale In subject

fligible for loans under conditions farm equipment (Id) 9-year old Winter Haven resident, project. the station from 1 till 2 o'clock :Approximately 50 persons are ex to certain regulations ash

scribed la this series of ques- when necessary, payment of not became Hendry County's first traffic Bids will be opened Jan. 24 on Saturday, Jan. 12, 1* and 26. pected to attend. also and quality, he added.
ODS and answers: more than one year's taxes on personal
fatality of 1963. Touchton was alterations on Launch Complex 18
! 1. Whole eligible property and farm real estate killed and his 8-year old son John at Cape Canaveral Major featuresof

, Any established vegetable grower not more for insurance than One year's Ray was critically Injured when the $100,000 job llnclude extension C. E. Nail Is New ChairmanOf
premiums on
who (a) Is a citizen of the United property and farm real personal estate their Jeep was struck head-on by a of a concrete ramp to Includea !
States, (b) has operated In the truck driven by Samuel Gales movable shelter construction ofa I
and social taxes In
area for at least three years with 80-year old Negro 12V miles southof movable shelter on rails and utilities -
connection with hired labor (e)
a successful record of operations LaBelle about 7:10: Sunday for the facility. The successful
family subsistence needs and (fI)
Involving the specific! crops to be incident to making the night.! bidder will be required to com- County CommissionersCampbell
produced, (e) possesses the character expenses plete the entire job by April 30.
According to Trooper Dave Tom-
ability Industry and experience -
necessary to carry out the 4. What are the terms? Union, who investigated the accident Bids will be'opened Feb. 12 on E. Nail of Clewlston proval of the SRD if the county for bids on 200 feet of hose forth
veetable'operation.. (d) ... Gales was driving a 1960 conversion of an existing building said the I LaBelle Fire Department andto
proposed Emergency loans bear interestat was elected chairman of the Hen board approves. Johnson I
will honestly endeavor to carry out of Chevrolet 2-ton truck headed south at Cape Canaveral for use as a dry County Board of County Commissioners !installation will be made duringthe : contribute $125 toward cost of
the rate 3 per cent per an and sideswiped a 1955 Chevrolet communications
building. Expected
his obligations under the loan, and at the reorganization late summer. two 2-wsy radios for the depart-
Amounts loaned for the
num. production truck driven MervIn Dale I
panel by
to cost about $100,000, the work
(t) Is unable to supply the needed of expected to meeting Tuesday. Nall succeeds The board approved the joint ment's trucks, on request presentedby
crops are Brink a 67-year old Leonardton. Involves
alterations to the existing
funds from their own resources or be repaid from the sale of the Md. resident Brink was headed lines and alterations Gratton George, also of Clewiston, city-school board-county project of W. M. Foote.Following .
building, replacing
with loans from ,the usual sourcesof who chairman for paving Fort Thompson Avenue
was serving as II
sold. Loans for Thomasson
crops as they are north. Forty-three feet fartherGale's to the air conditioning sys report by
credit available to vegetable! the second time. west and north as it borders La-
the purchase of replacement equipment truck collided head-on with > that vehicles have been wantonly

growers. may be scheduled for repay the Jeep which was also traveling tem.The H. S. Parkinson of LaBelle, was Belle school campus at the estimated I driven through the Fort Denaud
For partnership or corporations ment successful bidder will be re- cost of $925 to the county. the
over longer periods. north. elected vice chairman. A new Cemetery, destroying property;
the partners or principal stockholders $. What,security Is required? quired to complete the job by member of the board Barney Bar- The board set January 15th. at I' board instructed its attorney
individually or collectively, Tomlinson said Touchton was October 1. 7:30: p.m. as the date for an open advertisement -
A first lien on crops and the ron of LaBelle and R.I'I C. Now Carlos Dickey to prepare an
must be unable to supply the need- best lien obtainable on chattel killed Instantly. The boy was taken Ling presented their commissions meeting with Senator Elmer Friday I I for the local newspapers -
to Lee Memorial Hospital. Fort On Feb..6 bids will be opened on and Representative Charlie
ed funds from their
own resources noting the fine and punishment
real estate both
property on or as from the governor and took the
them dyers, where his condition was enlargement of Canal 37 between Miner to discuss any proposed legislation
or with loans obtained by necessary to adequately secure the i oaths of office starting four year for such abuse and to notify
Lakes Hatchineha and Klssimmeeas
from other sou:ces. of $23 reported as critical. with the legislators. The Sh. sheriffs department of the
:an.::: Each loan in excess ,- terms on. the board:
a part of the Central and Southern public uInvited to attend. The
Loans are not made to applicants! COO will be secured by a lien on problem.
Gales an employee of Elsberry Florida Flood Control Project At the session the board rejected meeting ,will ,be held In.the court
who are engaged directly or Indirectly real estate In which the applicantowns Farm, LaBelle, was charged with Some 1,630,000 cubic yards of ma.terlal three bids on the sewage ejector house. The board gave Instruction to
In a brokerage or related a sufficient equity to providethe driving without a valid driver's 11- the road and bridge department to
will be excavated from the system for use at the court house The board reviewed the road and
business involving the financing security.L cense and with manslaughter said canal near the boundary of Osce- and jail, as being too costly and bridge policies and wage seal and Immediately repair 1V4 miles of

of and other producers or the buying Are assignments of erop- proceeds Tomlinson. ola and Polk counties. Whoa completed asked engineer J. R. Muxo to contact recommended that these be reviewed Blumberg grade road so cane haul-
selling of produce by
others. grown required Assisting In handling the accident the works will become a the State Board of Health for once a year prior to the lag trucks can use it

2. Who determines appli An agreement is reached with were Sheriff Earl Dyess. Deputies part of the Klssimmee Basin Improvement approval to construct septic tanksto preparation of the annual budget The insurance proposal submitted
I accommodate these buildings. Rules governing operation of by Mrs. Thelma Peters at a
cant's eligibility each applicant concerning Seth Howard P. L. Hudklns.
manner In which he will dispose of Leslie Carlton and Earl S. Dyess The board was advised by district Harlem Cemetery were reviewedand I previous meeting was reported as
A county committee composed of his crops.,Assignments are required Jr. Estimated to cost about $400,000the engineer H. M. Johnson of the the board Instructed the clerkto mectng all required specificationand

three farmers who are famlliar when It Is feasible to do so. work must be completed by State Road Department that the send a copy to each of the funeral was accepted by the board.
with) farming the area. The Highway Patrol office at cost of the swing span proposedfor homes In Harlem explainingthat The meeting was opened by invocation

X For what purposes are loans I 7. Where are applications made Fort Myers said the fatality was the successful bidder within 487 installation on the piers at the the rules will be strictly en by Rev. Duane ZoOer,

made? At the local county office of the the first on southwest Florida calendar days, according to the old Fort Denaud Bridge site wWI forced. i r pastor of the Carbon Memorial

For the purposes essential to an Farmer Home Administration. highways In 1983. Corps of Engineers. be $10,000 and this; will meet sp The board agreed to advertise Methodist Churdl.'ire .

F Thursday. January ro lgJ
PIp Two THB CLEWISTON NEWS Ctaviflton Florida

The Clewiston News Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says: I WARM UP PERIOD PIZZAYU

I II I DEAR MISTER EDITOR: nine about even on the plus 2-3311
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewiston I see by the papers where the and minus side with them HELPS
I Florida, by The Clewlaton News Inc., a j Florida< Corporation.Catered r Defense Department is glUlng Guvernment agencies In Wash
I aa Second Claw Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post g more and more complaints from ington. This means 1961 Is fitting Agent Frank Polhill ad- Sugarland Pharmacy
OCffce kt Ctowurton, Florida under the Act of Congress of March 3, young men about being drafted started with a alight Improvement vises that a warm up period should
1ST*. fer the armed forces. The of- ever last year. be allowed prior to harvesting tomatoes -
Ucials is this the Fer Instant the Pentagon excessive in
blaming on easy If damage --
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher pRIOq life folks is living nowadays, has quit ordering soda crackers handling: is to be avoided. The Beat For Leu"

Subscription Rates .. .. ...,$4.00 per year Q claims our young generation is made to "special military
(Return Postage Guaranteed) spoiled specifications" fer the armed Growers discussed the problemof State FarmInsurance

Advertising Rates on application. The Personal, I don't think human forces They has decided that damage to tomatoes at different
management reserves the right to reject any nature is no different now In this the kind of soda crackers me air temperatures at a recent meet-
objectional advertisement. ft Iq 0 matter than it was 40 year ago.I and you eat Is food enough fer Ing. Polhill did some research on
Devoted to the advancement and welfare recollect back during the first the boys In service Last week the subject and found results of
of Clew1 ton and Rendry County World War a feller telling me they bought 2 million poundsof testing California as follows: Auto life Fin

Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 he was in the Army fer 3 rea soda crackers regular style Picking Air % H
THB NBW3 tnunra no rwponclblllty for the return of nuollolUl I sons. He wanted to fight fer his and land $124,000 fer the tax Car Finance PlanNew
RiinuKYlpti or photo..rapblTHII1 Well, its all over but the nervous country, he was shore the Army payers. at Temp. Damage
) NBWS Munoi no flnanolal responsibility for typographicalrrori breakdown, said a young mother would build him up good and stout, And it was announced they Cars 4%% Add on
> the or noxt pmmluloni Lau of In the&d.erU..mlnt paper will reprint but If notified correctly of that such part error of torero the the other day. She meant the boll- and they had come and got him. come up with another wonderful 7- Sam. ."..?....-..._.... 45' 60% Late Model Used 5V&%, Interest Add 011
adr.rtlM would the render advertisement the Correction by an amount valuer.equal.., the to News the percentage will reduce of the the priceof total school, etc It looks like things is run- now the fellers in the armed 10-11() am. ....__.. ._.. 67' 28%
pace as the erroneous or omitted copy represented There Is a terrific letdown after services has been using the same These test results indicate the
the holidays. Actually it Isn't the bill. He admits he doesn't know kind of laundry soap my old lady warming up period is of value to
Christmas that Is so wearying, although whether Tony will pay it or not. I uses but they been gltting it ina the in helping] reduce Opposite Post Office
The New Year-An OpportunityA many people attribute their But he thinks Tony should and special wrapper "made to military grower I PHONE YU 20971ATTENTION
lack of enthusiasm to the hustle, said Tony thinks Carl snoub*. specifications." It was decided handling damage
bustle and confusion of the holi we ordered the enlargement and I to buy this soap in the regular -
New Year Is time for resolutions Inventories
an opportune wrapper and save the taxpayers
a general taking stock of the affairs of the world, the nation, days.We are of the school who refuseto another $232,246 a year. e !
state and community and eventually of ourselves. believe that Christmas has be- But over on the minus side,
While we are hoping that it will bring peace to the world, come commercialized to THAT extent the Pentagon is still buying a
leadership to the nation economic strength to our state and Of course we are tired when 10-cent soap dish made to special] Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK
prosperity to our community, we can find ways and means in Christmas Is over, but It is a happy 'h ly weir order A manufacturer in Chicago ,
which tired. We love the hustle and says he gets a pamphlet of specifications -
we can help attain these goals.
bustle, the children's excitement and requirements 16 TO THE FUTURE AND
What dO-one small individual in whole nKerr.,
can we
a commu- ;
the joy of having our youngstr s pages ]long on this 10-cent soap PLAN YOURFINANCING
nity, or world of problems to be solved? WISELY
home from college of having dish. He flggers it costs the taxpayers
We can do our part-our plain, simple, not very difficult: friends and relatives visit us. more to git out the pam-
part. It seems little and even insignificant; but if everyone gladly It's the first of the year that phlet than the dish costs. I have .
A Lu Farm MortgagePT.DERAL
willingly and cheerfully does his bit, the work of the world really throws us. The endless details wrote to my Congressman about r COAt LAND BANK -LOAN

would go along smoothly. Problems would be solved and of winding up the business of I this item hope you do likewise. Will Furnish"' Cash ToRefinance
many rough spots smoothed out. the month, the quarter, the year. But the biggest minus sign we
It's the taking of inventory and got fer 1963 comes from the
We can each do a share in the community projects which 9 Finance farm Improvement, new building, purchase
such that makes life hard. Civil Defense Department. Them
need to be done, and make the task of the leaders much easier.There's I e e eWe fellers has and bought 70 million wind machines and Install Irrigation.
I up Assist In of farm or ranch.
purchase a grove
a March of Dimes this month. Won't you be ready just about learned to writeIt "survival] biscuits" fer fall- Purchase. mAN land
with your generous contribution, so the community goal can be "1963." out shelters at a cost of $8 million. Provide capital funds for UM farm enterprise.
reached quickly and the volunteer workers will not have to call The bookkeeper Is taking out another 1 These is special biscuits, they explains OM l.Y A LAND BANK LOAN
back again and again? fraction of a cent on Social] hope someone pays. It's a good picture in case of nuclear attack. II'- ALL THESE' ADVANTAGESI.

There's a Fair and a parade in the future. Won't you help Security of a good catch. And. now we got $8 million worthof Lower pnynwntn.
your organization. with their entries? We have received our Income tax e e e special biscuits and no fallout t. Longer term (up to 80 year*).
There's dozens of other and forms from the government We're The weatherman can take heart: shelters to put 'em in. That's a S. .h-Iot'ndllhle| .nervlie (nerving agriculture mela JvijIme
projects needing seeking
your going to have another number it he is pleasing someone every day. heap of wasted dough Mister Editor 1117).
help. Won't you volunteer your part early and lighten the loadof seems If it Is warm, the motel, restaurant if you'll pardon this old timer I. Full prepayment privilege without penalty
the workers? We would never have to beg for volunteers to The federal savings and loan' and other tourist-slanted busi- fer a slight pun. 6. buts service by local people familiar with heal

carry on the various projects if everyone responded quickly I associations are sending out little'I nessmen like It If it is cool], the And I see where one of them agriculture.
and If we can be of service. to you please writ .r phoM
cheerfully. forms that Uncle Sam wants us cane growers like It.because it will Washington column writers an-
Maybe this sounds like Pollyanna. But you'll be surprisedto to fill out giving our social secure lengthen the time of harvesting the nounces that the $100 million we W. R. MAT Mgr or DOYLE E. ABBOTT Art Mgr.
find how much better YOU feel, when you have done your I ity number to the S&L association,' frozen cane. If It is rainy, everyone loaned to the United Nations comesto
part so they can give Uncle a list of the grows vegetables grass and 5Sc per adult in the nation. We Federal Land Bank Associationof
dividends or interest paid to us shrubs is happy, because the ain't going to git it back so I
. . . . . . each year. Well, that wasn't much growing things need the rain. mailed my 55 cent to Washington
receipt of instructions from the trouble to us because we do havea Seldom] does the weathermanhave this morning. Bradenton
Jf History Now J JI State Department of Educationthat social security number and we the ability to make someone
all stools in Florida extend the don't care who knows {it. But some happy every day, regardless of Your truly, PHONE 74320B1 BRADENTON' FLA.
y time allotted to dally devotional folks] don't have them. so they what he dishes out. I Uncle Dan
I w THIRTY: YEARS AGO order to instill in the students a have to get some kind of a number
(No Issue ClewUUm New This deeper sence of honesty loyalty, we guess Also] the S&L
Date Avaueble) courage, industry, tolerance and employees must have fun transmitting I
.. .
other virtues all these numbers around. i
TWENTY YEARS AGO J. 1:.. Beardsley as lieutenant Frankly, we suspect the cost to all
(From Clewiston News, governor. ;;) of Klwanls, Installed W. concerned of getting these numbers
Ian. S, 1943) C Owen president of ,the local listed, and reported etc. will -- If like solid
The Clewiston Post Office ad- club, succeeding R. M. Bishop.TEN equal the extra revenue it bringsto q you 'em ,
vanced into the third (of ) I e
seven the government In catching up ''i1
r bracket of second class] post offices YEARS AGO with folks who have not been reporting sure-footed and quick
by reason of a 28 per cent Increasein (From Clewiston News, their dividend or interest .a.
volume of business during 1942. Jan a, 1953)) income on their Income tax. Fairlanes kind of !
The total sales of the post officeIn The Okee-chobee Motel opened .laaarr.esnesresaru ..easw.rrrr..aw 'slwr ISwanursr your car
1942 was $18,022 against a pre under the management of Mrs. The Post Office is having a rushon
vious year's total of $14,223. Hazel Post 5 cent stamps; the customers SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the !
Called to Camp Standing for Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce became aren't too happy about It, but they
physlcial examination and possible Florida's 31st governor are buying. solid thunk of a car that's all muscle. :
Induction into the armed services Capt. W. A. Davis of Camp Le- Remember when postage on a CET BEHIND THE WHEEL-and discoverthis
were Homer H. Cox Hub Spooner, Jeune, N.C., visited his parents letter went up from 3 to 4 cents? hot new middleweight gives you the
: t Dan Padgett Gordon Hand, James during the holidays and was trans One lady laid in a supply of 3 cent room of a big car. MOVE 'ER OUT-
t C. Fletcher, Norman Ballard, Fred ferred to Puerto Rico. Also at stamps before the price went up. and learn how Falrlane unsnarls traffic
Taylor, Lacy Polk Lawrence home was his brother Airman Jack e a a -. (
Irs foot shorter
over than standardun.)
I b, Dyess and Felix Bush. Davis of Willow Grove Penna., If you see the following pictureon

I- The level of Lake Okeechobee recruiting station. I the walls of Tony Toulls Restau "..,,, g HIT THE OPEN ROAD-this tight, trim
1\ was reported as 14.8, which was The Bruce Beardsley's daughter rant in the near future, you may Falrlane has the
I I 1.2 lower than normal for the Ltlah Ruth was born in Tampa, well wonder how it got there!II 4-Door FairlaM Sedan .!i solid feel of a big carl

: time of year and lowest level in December 30. Choose from two lively Challenger V-6i
several years. Lack of rain Parker Wilson elected Noble the flhp we
was was Carl Ferrara caught with
up to 164 horses,..9 models hardtops -
; \ :
reason for the low lake level Grand of' Lodge in Moore I took the picture. Carl ordered the I "
j I"" Principal R. W Turk announced]Haven. enlargement and said send Tony Nu1e wagons and sedans.

,I AND REMEMBER-In any Falrlane, you
enjoy the kind of care-free driving for

which Ford cars are famous (maintenance

stops are reduced to twice year, or
every 6,000( ) miles).

;\ Free Vaccination
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: Is offered for all animals whose owners register them

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i >; will be at the City Fire Station Saturdays .

t I Jan. 12, 19 and 26 from 1:00 p.m. to

.4 2:00 p.m.

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..ur 10. 1863 dewliton, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pag Throe

Food Scientists Work Quietly bam or thlram to prevent diseasesand
then set the cuttings In flats or
In beds containing a mixture of
peat and sand or other porous me
To Safeguard Public's HealthJust dium. KAHN'S

If the weather Is humid, small
as your family doctor strives food scientist has overcome manyof bulblets will form between the
maintain your health, the food these problems. Problems which scales of the cut pieces in about
dentist is constantly working bed faced our grandfathers and pro.vented four weeks These will be ready for
the scenes to safeguard your them from enjoying the variety potting or planting after one growing "AFTER CHRISTMAS" "
eath by seeing that the foods you and quality of foods we now season ). .
at are of the very best quality enjoy. Today we have prepared You can grow' amaryllis from .:.i
might call this food scientistur mixes, instant beverages and frozen seed. Harvest the seed pods soon ; ,
e "Food Physician." concentrates which have all after they turn yellow and begin
i Many men of science have de- been made possible only after intensive to break open. Remove the seeds
rotcd themselves to solving the study. from the pods, dry them for a
connected with providing few days and then sow them In a SALE
roblemS much unfinished
of excellent foods work remains flat Be sure the soil is well drained -
Lie abundance the scientist adds. New and
partlallly shaded. Hardenthe
for the nation'sfables.
available today methods of
preservation which
infant plants by gradually exposing -
This nutrition has involved, food supply the areas and offer higher quality, uniformity, them to Ole Sol's; rays. 133 W. Avenue A Belle Glade, Fla.
food reduced
f manufacturing costs, and Indoor gardeners who can't wait
food conservation. reduced food hazards are being for nature to take its course can
assistant professor -
G. D. Kahn studied. Future developments in-
force amaryllis to flower at any
at the with clude methods to improve upon time of the year. For this inside
and nreroblolofist nature's method of producing food ]job, pot a mature bulb with one-
tile Stations Agricultural, states that Experiment"all foods and conservation.The revolutionary. concepts in food half to two-thirds of the bulb LADIES SWEATERS MEN'S :
above the soil
and maintain
a con-
microorganisms -
are perishable Insects food scientist Is continually

respiration, as searching to Improve food luck stant and temperature.not too much With coddling a bit,of a Jane Irwill Bulkies SWEATERS 1

i wen as many other elements. products, anticipate changes In tall, walking canelike stem will Catalina Orion
If uncontrolled, came rapid de- eating habits, eliminate nuisances jump forth from the bulb and be- Sayelle
tractton of ear raw food sup- and make food health- come decked with a cluster of bell- Helen Harper 100% Virgin Wool Catalina Pullovers
plea, he says. Foods which are ier. But the Job Is big
I one. shaped flowers. *
from these natural Rosanna Orion Acrylic Vest
not protected "Since the food industry is Diseases are not a serious problem Welgrume
enemies may In be nutritious hasard- America's largest business, many in amaryllis production, but it Cardigans Made in Hong Kong Arrow Bulkies
cos, diffident young food scientists are neededto is a sound practice to keep an eye
vitamins, undlcestible or even Pullovers Matching Banlons
insure the constant Improvement open for a fungus known as "red- Cardigans
i uneatable. of our foods," Kuhn states. blotch."
The modern "Food Physician" or "Due to the scope of the food In- These red spots form on leaves,
dustry, the role of the food scientist stems and petals. The spots on foliage
slash Pines Sold Out, is a challenging one. Yet It is are bright red to purplish, 30% OFF 30% OFFMEN'S
a rewarding profession for it con- small at first but increasing to
fat Forest Service cerns the welfare of all mankind. large blotches later. Heavily infested
las Other VarietiesThough To become a food scientist Kuhn plants may wither and dry up !
says, requires a thorough knowl- before producing flowers. LADIESCOATS
all available slash pine edge of the chemical, physical and I ,Tq prevent the disease, soak JACKETS
,eedlings have been sold, accord- biological sciences For information bulbs Jn a 1:1,000: bichloride ofmercury
ng to the Florida Forest Service, on this Intriguing and vital ,solution before planting. &
united supplies of some other occupation, simply write to?the}; : It the fungus shows on the plants, &
eedllng species for Florida may Food Technology and Nutrition Department fight the'disease with a neutral TOPPERS
till be bad.Florida University of Florida, cower fVSy at the rate of 1 COATSMCGREGOR
Forest Service nursery- Gainesville, Florida. Ounce 1rf\ ,gallons of water. !
tnea said the total sellout of some I Root and bulb\ rot fungi also ravage WOOLS
,000,000 slash pine seedlings dur- amafyllis. These diseases cannot '
ng the current season was the Gardening In be" cured. But the plant pests NYLON LINED H-I-S I .
st since 1956-57. Foresters believe can be prevented by starting the ALL COLORS & SIZES MARSHALL RAY
e current heavy demand for r seed or bulbs in clean soil that
>lasting stock by tree farmers and Florida has been fumigated or treated with
landowners may suggest a renew- steam. 40% OFF 20% OFF
res interest in commercial refores- Insects don't usually gnaw onatnarr11l1.
ition. By HERVEY 8HAKPE ; Occasionally lubber
Though the total number of Agricultural Extension grasshopper 'and the caterpillar
soak pine seedlings at the Service stage of they Spanish moth feed on
tar state nurseries was slightly the plant;..'You may control theInsects GIRLS & TEENSSWEATERS BOYS JACKETS
smaller than daring the presea.oa. The amaryllis is like some Individuals WJthX:, spray of 3 level tablespooni
don peak demand is Is more attractive of efther 40 per cent tox-
came two months earlier than when on a diet. aphene wettable powder or 40 per GABARDINES
la 1M1-C, when the Florida The secret of profuse amaryllis cent chlordane,wettable powder in I
Forest Service filled orders flowering is a starvation diet. a gallon of water.Community, & WATER REPELLENT
through. February.Still When preparing the bed for the
on hand are 386,000 longleaf bulb, spade in only a pound of low SPORTSWEAR
pine seedlings; 208,000 loblolly; analysis fertilizer such as a 4-8-8 Wide WIND REPELLENT j
67,000 Arizona cypress; 490,000 red per 100 square feet of bed area.I By CATALINA 4
edar; 39,000 catalpa and 439,000 Then add a mere 18 ounces of fertilizer i COTTON & RAYON
'South Florida slash." All seed- a couple of times during the Religious Survey NEWLY STYLED & DESIGNED BY NANYLON
sold growing season. FLEECE LINED
Jigs are at cost from $4.00 1' '
o $3.00 per thousand depending on The amaryllls is popular becauseit TIONALLY FAMOUS DESIGNER: AU- : : :

ariety, f.o.b. nursery All seed- is a multi-use flower. These usedin lily- Starts SundayA DREY STOPPER STYLED BY H ..I.I S ,;
ings for shipment are one-year- like, bell-shaped beauties are
,>Id stock. border planting in beds and as '
During the holiday season just specimen plants community-wide religious survey 40% OFF 30% OFF
,nded, indications are that demandfor Indoor gardeners can also grow will be made starting Sunday
Florida-grown Christmas trees them as potted plants. afternoon, in a project in which
,ncreased markedly over previous Planted now the bulbs will orbit many of the churches of Clewiston
\ears. Demand for red cedar and from their underground launchingsite are Joining together. The survey is at home
Arizona cypress seedlings is also' into an extravangaza of colorin will be of &U residents in Clewis- seeing that someone.
.\tronger, as reflected in order by six to eight weeks. Bulbs are ton and adjoining communitiles during these hours.Workers
Florida Christmas tree growers. now on sale at garden centers, five and will be for the benefit and use are asked to meet at
and dime stores and at supermarkets. of all churches in the area. the First Baptist Church at 2 p.m.
Color selections Include red, Sponsored by the Clewiston Ministerial for final plans and materials. Some Grocery
SEE pink, white and combinations of Association, the survey will workers have already begun work
DOUG PEARCY these colors. start Sunday afternoon from 2-4 and they aro asked to bring all FRANK'S
424 E. Surarland Ate. Bulbs are graded according to o'clock. completed materials to their captain
for size. These are Exhibition, Selected Workers hope to find some mem- who in turn will bring it to -Market
and Field Run. For the best ber of each household at home during the church where the ministers
TAX SERVICE possible dash of color, pay; the those hours to give the Information
needed for the and will meet and compile the resultsof
extra price for the Exhibition.
I Too much shade or soil too rich residents are asked to cooperate in the survey O HOME OWNED AND OPERATED o
Glades Roofing Co. !in nitrogen also causes flower fail.
ure. Bulbs planted in deep shade Ph. YU 3-1401 O WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401
I All Types of Root an) often die, so seek a sunny spot or
Sheet Metal Work the best show of color. '
If you want to propagate amaryllis
New Construction or by cuttage then make use of a ni9r rv1Ce WILSONS
Repair Jobs sharp knife at bulb digging time

Phone 2-7111 during bulbs Into Indian a number Summer.of Cut piecesup the- 4

Day Or Evenings sure to each 60 pieces piece if has you desire.a portionof Be : 1 BAKE RITE 3 Ibs. 59*
P. 0. Bon 129LQ.EWI3T0N &
the stem tissue or basal plateof FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY I
FLA. the bulb attached to the scales
Next, dust the wedges with ver- Roast Top Sirloin of Western Beef"Buttered PREMIUM PLANTATION '

Saltines Lb. Meal -----------4 Ibs. 350
HERRING CHIROPRACTIC CLINICOver egg noodles _ ____ 31?

Crisp Garden Salad Bowl
530 Insurance Companies pay chiropractic claims M-OZ.

W Separate Facilities For Colored t-7911 Hot Rolls and Butter Corned Beef ____ Can 390 Punch ___ ____ 3 for $1.00PRIDE
W, Sngarinnd Hwy moo

.. 58t or 98tBREAKFAST OF OA. NO. 2% Libby' Corn .. .. 2 for 29Peaches4 *
2 for
for 89rMyfield com . 2 for 25*



ONE LOW PREMIUM Peas__ ______ 2 for 250 Super Suds __ __ 2 for 490

Provides Life Insurance on All Membersof One Egg Grits Toast Coffee LEAN RIB & BRISKET PALM RIVER

Your Family under New Family Plan Lb. 49
Stew ___ ___ ___ ____ Lb. 39% Sliced Bacon ______ %



Hamburger. 3 Ibs. $1.39 Oleo ___ __ ___ ___ Lb. 19% ,

Beardsley Nash Strawberry" Shortcake f.


Insurance Agency 3STHRIFTY % Steak _____ Lb. 950 Picnic Hams ____ ___ Lb. 39%

.N Tour Independent Agent DRUGS I .

SOC Eat: Bogariaatf Highway Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-1931 Potatoes --------2 for 23% Green Beans.. 2 cans 250

aelataa. 01.,, ...... TUBS. 9-9111 3
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Thursday, January lo. \' "
Tate Four TIIE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewleton, FloridaPUBLIC --

School Board Country' Club Notes 'I 1 Masons Install SharD Drop- In Juvenile Cases .

NOTICE i I Counselor Jim Wright of the Hen- tog December a sharp drop fr-
: Juvenile Court says the 42 complaints and 20
dry County case
Tomorrow Ladles Day the Tog : I
Drake was installed as wor- handled by handled in December a
four were year
I cases
of fashion only Pre
l members the Hendry gory Shop will present the I
of the Masonic
shipful master dur- vlously.
Retort .t (.......... .t County school board will form a show which! had to be postponed in the counselor in this county
evening, an
Lodge Thursday
Pike? HUlK Oil' tLJ.'IlTO.t : .: I
panel for discussion of school policies 'ast month during the cold weather.
... .
U. I. the stale .t I .rlda open installation ceremony con
at .... Nose of b....... n Dee ait IIHII and financing and other related Styles will be shown during the ducted by R. H. Crawford, district ,
'' A.gRTa topics at the meeting of the buffet luncheon
} 1. Cash balances noon. deputy grand master of the Grand i ;
with other bank" and
cash Items In process of collection ...... .-...-..-. $ 180,13047 Clewiston PTA next Tuesday Last week's tournament was a Lodge of Florida. I ( ,,
1. United State Government obligation The program has been arranged lw net with the player's worst

Obllratlona direct and of guaranteed mates and political.ubdlvi.ion. : ..... 2,114,166,62a. by Dr L. G. Vaughan vice pres. hole reverting to par. Tying for Assisting the installation ceremony
.... __.. 107,111 ident. The meeting will be In the first place were Frances Nail and were H. N. Godbey as t gall
Loan and discounts (Including I no Schmidt. Tomorrow chaplain and James Wynn
overdrafts) .Y_ .. .... ..._-_,',.. 1.10..4.17 elementary school lunchroom. Margaret a as installing marshal.
T Bank premise owned $70.165.17, furniture Low Net Touranment is scheduled.
and fixture 111,9061 ...._..._..___ 1.171.1 Next week Kathy Whitworth will Drake, a local dairyman, succeeds
(Bank premise. owned are subject CARD OF THANKS be here for the Ladles' Day luncheon T. W. Wynn who becomes
to f lien assumed
none not by u immediate master of the
1 bank) i"-' and will conduct a clinic afternoon past I
It. Other assets .. ... .._----4: ,:,< 11,300.113I. My sincere thanks to everyone and play 9 holes of exhibition lodge. "'-"- J
for their many kindnesses: to me Other officers installed I i""
TOTAL, ASSETS ......__. ,,. ,.,; *" ..510.11.81 during my stay in Lee! Memorial golf. Kathy the second leading .. follows: Don Galasslm were senior CHRONIC TIREDNESS calls : I

money winner on the professional for :nedlcal checkup. Vita ...... '
LIAIIII.ITIHBII. Hospital, end during my convalescence warden: Carlos Dickey, junior a I '

i .. Demand: depositi'of, and corporation..m.Individuals: I partnerships .._ .m.m.18 since my return. It is goodto winner women's of the most'tours improved as well pro as warden; Robert G. Goedhart, min can and be chemical corrected deficiencies lo restore 'I'j!' '::1"<: 1'J. ;
14 Tim and be remembered by so many treasurer J. Willard Doty secretary t'"I
caving deposits of Individuals ; Depend on .
iwar.1. Mary Ann Reynolds, previously your vitality \ '''f'.it
"" .
partnership and corporation no.nu good friends, and '
your thoughtful- ; Melvin Keen, Jr., senior and pharmacist "' .
It. Deposits of United Btates Government scheduled to accompany your doctor .
(Including postal savings) _....::.--?....:, ..99..U.I'I' ; ;j \:M great help to me.Helen Kathy will be unable to be here. deacon: Bob Pearce, junior deacon for reliable medication.PHARMACY. .. '.... .....
Deposits of States and political subdlvlslon McDaniel senior
Bobby ,
.. __._ "_. .......,_..... ........___....._ IUO.UI.n Peters However, the clinic and exhibitionare ;
IT Deposit of bank. __. ___._' none well worth seeing. Everyone Is steward Bob Giddens, junior
15 Certified and officer' check, eta steward; T. W. Wynn, tyler; Claud
1*. TOTAL DEI-OMITS _..._ _.___....:......,..'5....,>..... CARD OF THANKS welcome to watch and follow the' Giddens, marshal and L. W Weth- L
(la) Total demand depoelt _. ( game. There is no charge. I
( ) Total) time and savin*. deposits E.U.1811,149.49Ib The chairman of thy Lad:es' ington, chaplain.
: I'
SI. Other lIabllltl. ._.. ._...___.__ "1,950.25 I take this means of expressingmy Following the meeting refresh
appreciation for the cards, visits :3olf: Ass'n., Nell Hooks, has announced
14 TOTAL LIABILITIES ... ..._.._._.__ .04l.11'.n flowers and the following committees: ments were served in the social
prayers during my I hall by the new master's wife, Mrs.
1- entertainment; Bonnie Durrence:
stay in the
hospital. Thanks
Drake and his mother, Mrs
15 Capital: (a) Common clock total par everyone for their kindness to me. hospitality, Frances Nail chairman
value "'0,000.00b and Gwen Hare and Ruth Me. J. C. Drake. (wlstnn. Fla.
( ) I referred atock, total par -." H. J. Oglesby I Approximately 50 persons attended MinneYlJlcnn S-S311
Carthy. Publicity Theresa Stan-
value none, total retire ,
able value none _'__.'__'.'_, 160.000.00 -- ton; scoring invltatlonals, Marianne: the ceremony. -
(c) Capital note and debenture > NOTICE
none To whom It may concern: Bishop; tournament chairman,
J Surplus ? 100.000 You are hereby notified that T am Louisa Christian! and Lilah Floren
11. Undivided profit; .. _.......?.-. ,_, ,., 119,00000; : no longer associated In any way
2$. Reserves and retirement account for with the Old South Bar H* Que tine.Fourteen
preferred capital I) _........._.._..______ none Ranch effective January 4, 19H!. Clewlston women are
II TOTAL CAPITA! ACCOUNTS _'_'_"_'__ 481.000.00 BARNIB BRYAN planning to play] in the Lehigh
Jan 10, 1963CLEWISTON Acres Invitational on January 17.

ACCOUNTS ... ......_...__.._..._ ,_ 1,010,911.93 Mire news on that later.
Don't forget the fashion show t:
II Aiaet pledged or assigned to secure .. AND! LOAN' ASSOCIATION morrow and Kathy Whitworth next
liabilities and for other purposes NOTICE OK ANNUAL! MEKWa' Friday
(Including note and bill red Is.counted OF MEMBER 4tI:41iA
and aecurltle sold with
agreement to repurchase) .. ... .__?_........_ 1.510,111 Clewlston To the Member Federal of BIRTHS
Saving and Loan
31 (a) Loan a. shown above are after
deduction of valuation retrvc-of ....._-._ 17,144.91 Association'\ The annual meeting of member Mr. and Mrs Kenneth D. Taylor
(b) Securities a* .hown above are af.I. of Clewlston Federal Saving and of Clewlston are the parents of a
ter deduction I of valuation I ... .
reserve of none
Nona Holland I Asalstunt Association will be held In the daughter born Thursday, January
Cashier, ,pfjlhe above-named bank, do office of the
olemnly (swear affirm) that tM*. report- of condition I I. true and correct Florida, on Wednesday Association, January Clcwlston It,, 3, in Hendry General Hospital. The
to the best of my knowledge and belief. 1363 at five o'clock In the afternoon baby has been 'named Rhonda
Correct-Attest: Mona HollandE.
Eastern Standard Time for Jeannette and nine
L Stewart I the purpose of: weighed poundsat
C. V. Parkinson 1. Electing one dlrettor to serve birth.
A. I* Moorman, Jr., Director for a term of three and
State of Florida, County t>f Hendry u: until the election and year and Mrs. Smiley Albritton of
Sworn to and.subscribed before me this 7th day of January, 1961 fication of hi. succesior.quali LaBelle are the proud parents ofa
and CommlMlon I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank ... Reviewing the operation. <)f daughter, Patricia Gale, born on
My Expire Apr 10, 19(5 the
J. E. Ppooner, Jr. Notary Public .. Formulating year plan. for the ensuing Friday, January 4th in Hendry
CN-111 General Hospital.
year. The baby weighed
Jan. 10, IX 4. Transacting such ll"11 bit
'M other business eight pounds, four ounces. .
before a.the may meeting properly come Mr and Mrs. James H. Faulkner llitidt
4 REQUEST FOR BIDS Plan and specification and In- Your. ,
Jacksonville the
very truly ; are
The Hendry County Board of [structlon to bidder. are available CLEWISTON FEDERAL
County Commissioners will accept at the Courthouse In LaBelle, Fla. AND WAN ASSOCIATION! SAVINGS proud parents of a daughter, born
J bid. until January 13rd, 19(1 at 110: CAMPBELL E. MALI
OTIS A. JONES Monday, January 7, weighing seven
p.m. on the> Installation of two 1100 Chairman
gallon septic tank to serve the CN-111 CN-Secretary II* pounds, five ounces. Mrs. Faulkner
I, county building In LuBelle, Florida Jan. 10 17, 19(1 Jan. I, 10. 161 is the former Grace Ward, r, 3flP1L.bnI1L
daughter of Hendry County Tax

_ ij'; Clewiston Church Directory 1 Big Collector Mr.Cypress and A.Mrs.O.are Ward.Tony the parents Osceola of of a ;

girl Jacqueline Tony, born Thursday -

January 3, in Hendry General
I Siuth ClewlstoB Hospital
102 F. Ventura Avenue 331 W Osceola Avenue

Rev. Herb Higdon. Pastor Rev. L. T Fagan, Pastor Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor .... .il': ,
9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 9.45: a.m.-church School HEATER

11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service .

7.00: p.m.-Baptist Training -8:00: p.m.-Training Union 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship : i ,
Union 7.00: p.m.-Evening Service ] Yea get anon for your money

8:00: p.m.-Worship Service Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service Tune up Special wIG D.bora-tb. world's

Tuesday: 7.00 p.m.-officers and Teachers Wednesday: 6 Cylinder Motor aunt. safest cat heater. More
8:00 p.m.-Brotherhood Meeting 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice I
I 8:00 safety, because hs amazing Cool Cabinet never l.o
Wednesday: : p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service gets : on
7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer NORTHSIDC MISSIONARY lop tide, back or bottom n'can't scorch walls, drapes or E E16oedwegk
Thursday: 8:45: p.m.-cholr Practice BAPTIST CHURCH \\NStCT3' UPON TALKING
Safety pilot gives complete protection should !
8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice 304 N. Francisco Street I ABOUT HIMSELF WHEN
ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH Rev. Joe Sweat, Pastor \OO W/\NT TO TALK 0aoM ,. ntinfuithad. More beat, because the Dearborn

,: --- (Episcopal 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School11:00.an1Morning ABOUT YOURSELF i jaliyia daefc poun volume of heat out its louvered front

CHURCH OF CHRIST 207 N. Pacific : Worship -, < ........ the far comer for wall-to-wall warmth. More ,
336 Sooth Central Avenue The Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar 1:3O"p.m.t-Evenlnl: Worship -J: : .... )1
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;J Earl Arnold, Minister Sunday Services: Wednesday: .

k :'I Sunday: 7.30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 8:00: p.mA-Prayer Service COM IT AND UT US SHOW YOU THE .
i 10:00 a.m.-B.ble; School 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and
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11:00: .jn.-Worship,
J Saints and Holy Days as an- Rev. Father Charles
7:00 p.m.WorshlpWednesday I
[i) : nounced. 8:00: a.m.-Sunday Mass _

7.30: p.m.-Mid-week devotions Confessions by appointment 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass I

and Bible study 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass
7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass
j: COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday. each
407 Royal Faint Avenue month, Catholic Ladles' Altar + *
CHURCH OF CHRIST Henry H. Ford Minister Society 61I Glades Gas

(CHRISTIAN) 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School I Saturday: CompanyPhone

John C. Scheffler Minister 11:00: a.m-; Morning Worship 9:30: a.m.-Religious Instruction
North Sugarland Auditorium 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish

10:00: a.m.-Bible School House IIMUVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
11:00: a.m.-COmmunlon and 6:00 p.m.-Westminster Fellow.... Highway 7M YU 2-1311
Worship Servloe shipWednesday Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor Fla.

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: South ClewUton Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor

\. Rev. A. W. Howard Pastor 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School CHURCH OF GOD
:312 8. Pacific Avenue
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: rm.-Preaching

\ 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Tuesday: 10:00 Rev. Joe Coleman : Complete Line Of
: a.m.-Sunday School
7.30: p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting..
11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
Tuesday: Friday:
i' 7.30: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meeting *?:30 p.m.-Evening Worship )
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COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor -
ASSEMBLY OF GOD South ClewUton I..

211 Francisco Street Rev. J. R. T 11or. Pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 1'' .1 '
I Rev. James F. Klmbrel Pastor 10:00: a.m.-sunday Scchool Hooker Point : FOR, LARGE. OR SMALL

10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Paul Strickland Pastor ,

11:00: .m.-Morning Worship 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School : :.t.:.; CONCRETE JOBS, OURRADIO

I, 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service Service 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship .;

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Friday Friday: Saturday: DELIVER
i 1 7:45: p in':-Youth Service 7.45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting NEEDS QUICKLY .

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1 r dm! .Tamiarv 10 1963
.:!!! _-_ __ M' r. THH: CLEWISTON: NEWS Put Five
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II Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Fry have returned -
I M:ss Chris Kelly daughter of Mr.
11 to Newberry after a holiday ind Mrs. Loyd G. Kelly was elect-
I visit with Mr. and Mrs
S. C. '
-;t worthy advisor of the Clewiston
Fry and other relatives. A. mbly of Rainbow Girls, at the
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ford of Kit-
.ection held Monday nightOther
rr; I tanning, Penna., have arrived for
officers are: worthy associate
and L
the season are residing on 4i
: West Pasadena Avenue. Mr. FordIs advisor. Cheryl Lee; Charity -
Diane Rackstraw; Hope, Linda
a brother of Presbyterian pastor, {r
E4flIMw Henry H. Ford, and he and his wife Carlton; Faith Sally Oliphant: .
have spent several winters in treasurer Judy Vann; recorder, fArtls \
Clewiston. Lawrence. The worthy advis
or-elect announced the appointive
Mr:and Mrs Joe Peters of Nor officers. Plans were made for In-

folk, Va., arrived New Year's Day stallation on January 20.
for a visit of several: days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Pet Beverly Etherton, worthy advisor -
i honored the past worthy ad-
ers. Joe is an ensign in the Navy
and stationed at Norfolk. visors: Ortls Lawrence, Judy Vann,
Mary Sue Branaman and Chris
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Egnew ar- r Giddens in a little ceremony in
rlyed Friday from their home in which Chris Kelly and Cheryl Lee
Hoopston. 111., for their winter! visit
sang "I Believe" to these past officers -
la Clewiston. The Egnews leave "
and "Rainbow in Harmony,
their trailer In Pacific
the theme song of the Grand
Park year round. >m Worthy Advisor. The past officers

Mrs. Michael Scaldini and children were presented with gifts.

: arrived Saturday from Massachusetts Miss Catherine Wohler Weds J. D. Lee The chairman of the advisory

for a month's visit with board, Mrs. Glen Etherton, received -

her parents' Mr.,Scaldini Mr. and Mrs. Sam In Ceremony At Hi Haven Church a gift in appreciation for her
Young : accompanied services and Sheila Carlton, a gift
them and went on to Miami where
for the the
NEW MEMBERS OF BETA SIGMA Pin SOWilier. Betty Maples and Betty. Baker. Absent he will be employed this season Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Yon Sr., an- groom as best -tin. doll raising house. money on I

KORITVl left U right standing: Buth Mottley, when thin picture was made were Betty McFhafl Mrs. Elizabeth Lynch of New :lounce the marriage of Miss Cath- Mrs. Yon chose for the wedding Mrs. Etherton and Mrs. Vann
1 Loreno Cone, Charlsle Wilson Margaret Bare and Ells.beth8TAFF PHOTO. Orleans is spending several weeksin Tine Wohler to Mr. J. D. Lee a pink lace afternoon dress, fash- .'
served refreshments after the
Gloria ,Walker and Ann Johnson; seated Vlvla Clewiston to be with her daughter :.II of Belle Glade In a quiet ceremony ioned with scoop neck and long
Mrs. Pat Peters during her performed in Hi-Haven Baptist sleeves. The groom's mother wore meeting
Church Monday evening De- gold lace and both
had of
Shower Honors Mrs. J J. D. Lee III W.S.C.S. PROGRAMON formed convalescence before the from holidays surgery in per-Lee cember 31st at 8:30 o'clock. white carnations. corsages
I The pastor, Rev. H. V. Turner Happy Birthday
RACE PROBLEM"What Memorial Hospital Fort Myers. Th- 1 brie: 1 III a graduate of Clew- ,

At Yon Home Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Carey Ford and daughter officiated in the at the single-ring of members ceremony Iston H.jh School where she was a ,
presence Jan. 10-Opal Schick.
Shall Wj Tell Our Children visited In Orlando the latter partof member wf Future Ibmemakers of

Mrs. J D. Lee III, was honoree Hayes, Mts. WaJter Nail Jr.. M:... About Rare?" was the topicof last week, returning Sunday. 3f few the close immediate friends. families and a America ant a member of the an- Jan. 11-John N. Ellington Ruby ,J'

at a basal shower given at the '-. M Wfters Mrs. Carl Ferrara program arranged Miss Eve Mrs W. A. Norman is leaving The bride, In nual staff SH* has been employedat : Ingram. J
home of Mrs. T. C. Yon Saturdaywith Sr., Mrs. Charlie Foy, Mrs. George lyn Lee for the Woman's Society of Friday for her former home in St. r. C. Yon, Sr.given, wore marriage a dress by of Firs.; Bank of Clewis ton. The Jan. 1Z-Mary Lynn Daughtry. ;

Mrs. Ross LaByer, Mrs. W.F Yon, Mrs Ralph Casseaux, Mrs. Christian Service Monday night. George, Ga., and plans to enter "white lace, with fitted bodice and gr-cm '* a graduate of Belle Glade Jan. 13:-Frank Cox.
.1 a. Hay Lee gave the devotlona. High S-'h-o],.wh: h3 Jan, 14-Bill Maddox, Eddie Mus-
Nail Mrs. Wm. Parrlsh. Mrs. Mildred -'.wJ Dunaway, Mrs. Dave Tom- the hospital In Folkston, Ga, next long sleeves and short skirt. Her re was an active -
Wood, Mrs. Doyle Worth linson, Mrs. Wm. Thomas, Misses and Mrs. James Brandon and Mrs. Monday for surgery, only ornament a of ms-nber of Future Farmers grave, George Coleman Jr.. Mann ,1'
was a string
Mri Normal: Armstrong and: M'l. Sylvia Tedder, Ann Armstrong, Curtis Fry were on a panel answering E. M. Cornette returned Friday pearls. Her shoulder length veil rf America lie Is employed by Whidden.
Jan. 15-Jane Jackson.
Frtnk PoIhJl: as co-hostesses. Becky Spires, Dean Webb, Margaret children's questions and from West Palm Beach where he: of illusion was caught tb a pearl' Glides Djatlng Service.
Jan. 19 Harold
White Edythe
Arrangements of red and white Ann Waters, Janet Slewert helping children appreciate other was transferred for hospitalIzation tiara. The young couple is making their r;
Nell Newman
placed at vantage and NanNell Clark. races. a few weeks ago, and is recuperating The bride's home at 624 N.W. Second: Avenue, McDuffie Betty r
reses wen Mrs. Betty Murphy assisted Mrs. bouquet was a cascade -I George Nottingham, Jo Anne Clark "
rapidly at his home here. Belle Glade.:
points in the living rooms and a Lee with an effective worship cen- arrangement of white carnations Audio Hooks, J. E. Brandon.
central point of interest were the ter composed of the Cross and Dr and Mrs. Dan Beardsley and with net accents and a bluebird Attending the wedding ceremony Jan. 17 Henry Storey Mary .i.
gift and refreshment tables, which family have purchased the new of happiness. were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lee Jr., Mma Taylor.
EstepBibleMiss dolls of the white, black Oriental I I
home built by Richard M. Coneon
were appropriately decorated for Matron of honor was Mrs. Gerolc! of Lake Worth parents of the
and Indian races holding a scroll
North Avenlda Del Rio and B. groom Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Yon
the occasion.The McKee, Jr., who was dressed
Jeannette Bible of Moshelm, *urw and red black and white moved In on their return to Clew- I 1
table was decoratedwith In blue nylon, fashioned with full Sr., Tommy Yon III, of Fort My- PIZZA
gift fcnn, became the bride of Harold -They are precious in His sight. Iston to reside. Dr. Beardsley, who .
white bride's umbrella sleeves and a full short skirt. She ers, Mr and Mrs. Walker F. Nail, "
a large Ejtep: of Clewiston, In a quiet Mrs. Jernigan gave her observation has been a member of the staff ofa of Sr., Miss Dean Webb, Gainesville
blue ;
wore a headpiece matching
and: a shower of gifts of racial learned
edding in the Wesley Methodist as U.S. Department of Agriculture Sugarland
table onto the ; ribbon and net and carried a cas- Mr. and Mrs. Gerold D. McKee Pharmacy i
overflowed the currounding
frcm district and stressed
Church in Johnson City, Tenn., on meetings experiment station at Tlfton, Ga., cade bouquet of pink carnations Jr., of Belle Glade! and Mrs. H.
floor. .-emt:r 28th. Th3 7 o'clock care that members should be much con- Is associated with his father and
k :: Gerold B. McKee Jr.. served the '' "urner I I YU 2-3311 ,3)
The glass topped refreshmenttable n..1Y was performed by the past cerned about the welfare of all brothers in their extensive farmIng __ _
held a crystal punch bowl t :. Hev Jack Weikel. races. and ranching operations.
and crystal appointments. Individual las bride's only attendant was Mrs. Frank Zemonek presided at Mr and Mrs. Don Eppert of Co-
cakes decorated with weddingcells ; the business meeting and heard re- coa Beach were weekend guests of
Mass: Mary Ann Lowe of Johnson: .
were served with punch nuts City: and Tommy Worley was best '-t. rf f circle chairmen. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. C Fry. Wait For OurJANUARY" .'
Fred Sikes, of mission-
an1 mints. :nan far the groom. .. secretary Mr and Mrs. O. D- Bras have .
Attending were the honoree MI'JLee. ir Hucat'on announced a study returned to their home In Okeemah,
F:>- her wedding the bride chases :
'Arm of and asked
now of Belle Glade; Mrs Ed Compassion" Okla.. after a visit with their sister -
bs ge suit with mink collar; she all to read this book as she hopes .
B;.iwn of Eustis; Mrs. J. D. Lee with Mrs Ruth'B. 'Owerfs and: other
Jr.. Mrs. Mae Barnhill, Mrs. C. carried a white Bible topped to make the study a churchwideone relatives. NewYear's; Day the visitors

tsnn, Mrs. Hilda Elmore of Lake an orchid. during which playlets and film Mrs. Ow'ena'snd another sister -
Worth; Mrs. Jana Lee and chil- 1>11 s. Estep is the daughter of strips will be given. I Mrs. H. R. Lamb of Okeecho-
dren of Belle Glade: Mrs. T. C. llr and Mrs. Joel D. Bible of Miss Barbara Francisco was bee, attended the Orange Bowl WHITE I

Yon Jr.. and children of Fort My Moshelm. She Is a graduate of, elected secretary of Christian social game in Miami.
ers; Mrs. Thos. De Armand of East Tennessee State College at relations, upon resignation of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore spent

Tampa; Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs.R. Johnson City, graduating In 1961. Mrs. Joe Wood. : the weekend with their son W. A. ",
I. Pearce. Mrs. Roy Hancock, She has been a teacher in the M .. Zemonek asked all to attend Moore Jr., and family at Altamonte

Mrs. Perl Spires, Mrs. Buren Hall, schools of Oak Ridge, Tenn. the prayer groups at 7:30: before Sprints, Fla.
is of Mr. and the meeting Mrs. J. C. Drake provides Mrs. J
Mrs. M. C. Herring, Mrs. Wilmer Mr Estep the son Thos. B. Owens and son SALE
Mrs. A. E. Estep of Stonega. Va. the worship centers for mo.td Johnny were in Tampa Sunday visiting .
He graduated from Emory and the prayer groups and they are her mother, Mrs. Katherine
W. G. PERRY Henry College in Emory, Va.. and m-st Inspiring. Beauchamp. '

Tax Consultant Personal Baal- has been a member of the Clewiston About 30 persons attended the
fleas Farm Returns Complete H'gh' School faculty for three meeting.BE '

Bookkeeping Service years. HI-HAVEN,STARTS

144 Avenlda Del Rio Air. and Mrs. Estep are at homeIn WISE ADVERTISE REVIVAL MONDAYRevival !
Pb. TU 2-7841 Clewiston at Ehrlich Mobile
Court. Soon
services, to be held each Coming
night will start Monday January
U, at Hi-Haven Baptist Church.

The pastor, Rev. Vie Turner, will
NOWVAUANT be the evangelist and Dennis Small
will be the song leader.

Services will, cart at 8 o'clock
I each night Including Saturday and

everyone Is invited to attend. Mrs. RPL'S : I
Small will accompany her husband

PRICES and services will serve'*i L as organist.. for__the --

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on our Sunday Menu Jan. 13, 1963, serving from i II 1 a.m. i 11 I p.m.

/' Soup de jour

I : Tossed Salad Choice of Dressing

; Baked Herbed Breast of Chicken

r PAA ,; Squash Casserole Asparagus Spears ,

'- Home Baked Bread Butter
That's right! The completely restyled Valiant is now priced to start lower I' ,
Choice of Ice Cream Sherbet
than both Falcon and Corvair. In fact, nine of the ten other compacts on the or

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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewliton, Florida Thursday, January 10, 1183FULLER'S
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better than WI did last year. Or grades and behaved even half way, a list of New Year's resolutions I
FOLLIES the previous year. Or the year that would have gotten me by O.K was determined to better myself
Br At FULLER I before that. And so( on. But for some reason I never could somehow, someway( someday. Itwasn't Harlem NewsEvents
Way back, about 100 years ago quite meet the standards of any of only because I was tiredof
HATE BE UNPATRIOTIC and I when I was a kid, it was much these. Dada razor strap saw more that devilish piece of cowhide,
of than it did his razor. I was
CHAW TOBACCY simpler. There wasn't even a fraction me either.
I guess you've all made jour ( of the complications that make the only kid in town with a sharp and News Of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
You ,
fanny. sec we were so poor
New Year's resolutions by now. "being good" so( difficult today.If
Let's hope we can stick to them I did my chores, made decent Every year I faithfully made up be able to afford a new Editor
razor strap when I finally wore his JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News
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to( a frazzle. When it waa gone he'd
have to find a substitute, and- Fhona YU 3-12S8
I CLEWISTON INN'S well, part of me had gotten as
tough as that leather strap. MaybeI --
had too much imagination, but Birthday Party
SUNDAY SPECIAL the thought used to quiver my
liver. Little Johnnie Kirk Williams Jr.,

This writing of the resolution became v .r was honored on his birthday Tuesday
January 13, 1963 a very solemn thing. Once I afternoon Jan. 1, 1963 at the
home of his Mr.
parents, and Urj.
even got dramatic enough to prick
Johnnie Kirk Williams
t my finger so as to sign in blood. Friends
But I almost fainted at the sightof and playmates arrived around 4
I the sticky, crimson: mess and p.m. bringing gifts in his honor.
had to fake it with red Ink. They enjoyed music: and outdoor
games. On the menu was Ice
Soup de jour I've just never had much luck cream, cake, candy, potato( chips:
with the usual New Year's resolutions Present were Lavonne Alexandra
Tossed Salad. Choice of Dressing so this year I'm trying something o Williams, Vernon Tremont Brown,
different Maybe I've been ;: Edgar Kerr, Earllne Kerr Danny
using the wrong tactics. Page, Deedra Kerr, Teeny Allen,
GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN ,, Michael Kerr, David Kerr, Linda
For one thing, this I'm ,1
year golr
Patricia Stubbs
McCoy Eleanor
<( to try to HATE a few people.
Garden Pea Everyone thinks I'm nuts because :1" Hill Beverly Hill, Jerry Hart,
I like everybody. Everytlme I take !i ii Charles Allen Cobb Walter E.
Snowflake Potatoes I up for somebody who's being talked i r. : : Harris, Darryl Harris, Ruth C.
<< about in an unkind fashion I'Cet :,;..:\ Harris, Albert Anderson. Each
Clewiston Inn Bake Shop Bread and Butter looked at as if I had Just walk child present received a favor. All
left wishing the honoree
'd in wet muck with my socks on. ;\'j many
Choice of Ice Cream or Sherbet (And what's wrong with THAT?) more happy birthdays.
So this year, if I seem a mite Mr. and Mrs. Willie C.

Coffee Tea Milk Expresso standoffish may by trying, pleas to hate forgive you. me. I Battle HonoredOn I Hendry General Personal Mention

,: Another thlna. you may think I'm 28th AnniversaryThe Hospital Mrs. Betty Jean Arthur and children
All For $2.25 being very UNPATRIOTIC. With Geneva, Shirley and Frankle
above honoredon
the tax situation as it is, I figure' couple was Patients remaining: Susie Becton Hamilton have returned from Birmingham
I've been working about two days their 28th anniversary by Vernon Baugh, Leslie Bailey, Ala., after spending the
a week for the gov't. They've been friends with a surprise party, on Alvin Bally, George Brady, Charles holidays with their grandmother,
handling that two day's pay so stupidly Christmas night, at the home of Cornelius, John L. dark, Mattie Mrs Leila Dew and their aunt!,
Mr, and Mrs Jehovah Moody. A
that I'm gonna just goof off Mae dark, Malcolm Davis, Henry Mrs. Bessie Alexander and fam
large croup was present to greet Lee Davis, David Dehaney, Vin-
on their days. However, this will fly
.,: them. The lovely gifts were
cut off massive funds to the Reds presented cent Dewitt Lorenza Daniel, Clyde
This Special Available Noon and Evening and undoubtedly bring them to by Mrs. Eddie J Moody. Dupree, Vincent Edwards, Christopher -
their knees in short time. Guest present were Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Austin Forbes Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Campbell
Served from 12:00 Noon to 10:00 P.M. Johnnie Fambrough,.Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Cleopha Hinds Cot were delighted to have their son
e Also I Intend to lay in a good Jessie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Billy nelius Hazle, James Long. William Lincoln: Campbell home for OirisV
; And from 6:00: P.M. to 10:00: P.M. supply of CHAWING TOBACCY. Watkins Mrs. Ida Treet, Mrs. Al- Miles Alex Nash George mas. Young Campbell is a student .
All this talk about smoking causing: bertha Osgood, Mrs. Cassel Harris Lloyd Stewart Laden Tracy at FAMU.
COME AND BRING THE FAMILY cancer has brain washed me. But' and Mrs. Mae Retha Johnson. ton White, Charlie Williams,small'l
the schools are too dependent on Refreshments were served In the Webster, and Victor .
tobacco tax to quit' Florida Room. (Photo by Mr Roy
money simply Patients admitted: I Mrs. Carene Mack and three
I the weed, so I'll eat the blasted Bobo.)
grandchildren Toney Mack, Kenton
stuff Dorothy Brown, LaBelle;
Williams and Brenda ReaM
I I Church NewsNew George Small Willie Baxter, Lloyd enjoyed
There are other serious matterson Stewart the holidays with her mother,
: my list but you probably would' Bethel AMS Church, Rev. Mrs. Irene Keys and family in
The Clewiston Inn i n't believe me anyhow. However, L, Holmes, pastor Jan. 3-Rebecca James, Susie Gracevllle, Fla.
if I don't tuem to be quite the Sunday school 9:30 a,m., Mr. H. Becton, Nezzie Adams
,* same person anymore, it's only LN McKlre, supt Miss Mary Alice Bell, Birmingham
i VMUS I'm trying to do the right Morning worship, begins 10:55: Jan. 4-ClInton Roswess. Ala., Is the house guest of
Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2-3501 I !hlato: I :i yv.rHowdy. Jan. 5-Leslie Bailey, John Clark, her sister, Mrs. Betty Jean Arthur
a.m.Evening Wm. Miles, Cleopha Hinds.
t I New Yea.I worship 7 p.m. Jan. and family.
Class meeting Tuesday night 8-Alex Nash.
--- --- --- Choir rehearsals Wednesday and I Jan. 7-Mattle dark, Malcolm Mr. Willie F. Shirley and children

I Thursday nights. Davis Christopher Evans, Benjamin Hartford, Conn., were the
T7a The Junior Missionary Depart Graham. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kerr
j ment of the West Palm Beach District Patients discharged: the past week. They were enroute

of the AME Church will con Jan. 3-Sefton Campbell, Jos home from Jamaica, BWI, after
vene at the church Sunday afternoon Wright Mary C. Johnson, Barbara spending a delightful vacation
all church members and Thlgpen, Blanford Douglas there.
x r i': :ads ai a Invited to come out and Jan. 4 Wfflle
Belle Baxter, Da
encourage our youth. vid Messam.

Miss Charlie Mae Horton, pie oJan. 5-Joe Becton: Blanton Fog Mamie'
st: M.S.: tuna George, secretary.
Hercules Wrleht. Niwii
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: ( Jan. 7 Allen Jones, Charles New Stock of Girl's Dresses
Jones, Lewis Campbell, Dorothy Shorts, and Slim Jima
fUL" Brown 242 Alabama Street

Jan. 8-Vincent Edwards, Allen Mrs. Mamie McDanfel.
Llnford, David
Dewitt and Oswald
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t FrL ...7:30 10:20: Brown of LaBelle, announce the now forbusiness
tI Sat. 4:50.7:45Night : : open
I, arrival of twin girls Sonda Denise
Creatures"Horror weighing 8 pounds, and Sonia Pa
at its Worst tience, weighing 8 pounds, 2 ouncesat Elbert Allen Jr.
"Bad Hendry General Hospital on
Day At Black
January 4. Phone YU 2.6248

SPENCER TRACY Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Baxter an-
nounce the arrival of a son, C.W
Jr., on January 3, at
Hendry General
Man. Tue.
Hospital The In Sundry
Jan 18. 14. 15 baby weighed I
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15 new tunes Jackson will regret to hear of his
passing Sunday, Jan. 8, 1963 at -
Wed. Thur., Jan.: 16 17 Hendry General Hospital He was
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Clewlston Florida __THE CLEWISTON DEWS" Page Seven

Stetson Schedules 1 these problems which affect our international .
ADS relations. I

Asian InstituteSeven Countries Included in the study Edwards
will be South Vietnam, Cambodia, fait ; .'
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 -- nationally-known Laos, Thailand Indonesia Burma .3n'7T IIIO'

I CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cent per word per Insertion 70 cents -n- ties on the Far East as well author as the and Malaya. Plumbing RepairRenovation
four I I ia,4Jm
minimum charge; Insertions for the price of three. :,Ke I :fun{ : r ambassador from South Vietnamwill Each institute authority will be Howard Spinets

..... .... participate In Southeast Asia responsible for one lecture and one Mirror "Studios"
institutes to be held In Februaryon Informal discussion each day he Is Replacement
; the campuses 'fcf Stetson Unlver present at one of the colleges Installation $325,00
11III n fscell eo s f I rS le INTERVIEWER WANTED FOR ally Florida Presbyterian College Three or four films will be shown General Repairs

PART TIME telephone surveIn y Florida Southern College and Roll on each campus to complement Trouble Shooting
January. Give phone number. ins College. information from speakers and exhibits Llcenaed Experienced LAKE
I GUARANTEE you learn to play FOR SALE Prefer a private line. Not a sellIng The Institutes are being made will be on display. Lectures Available
-25.000 BTU Dearborn APPLIANCEPh.
the organ in 30 days or Air mall will be open to the public.
;your job. letter Including :
gas heater. possible by a $9,000 Danforth Foundation -
money refunded. Your choice of YU 2-4233. LIke new. $17. Call education work experience and grant The new Danforth grant fallows I Phone YU 2-7230 I YU 2-nu (
Hammond Organ and lessons in Itc names of references to American ''I a previous grant which supported a
Clewlaton for 30 days only $29. BOAT FOR SALE-18 ft. hardtop Research Bureau Field Staff Department Florida Southern and Florida successful Russian Institute on''
Bin Doane. Phone 2-S501. tf. convertible cruiser. Evinrude Beltavllle, Maryland. Presbyterian will hold meetingsFeb. Stetson University's Deland cam
electric motor. Complete with bunk Jan27 5-7 and Stetson and Rollins, pus last January and launched con- :
CHERISHED PHOTOS taken at cushions, running lights electric Feb. 68. Three of the experts will ferences exploring areas of possible -
your convenience. Weddings horn compass, speedometer, windows RECEPTIONIST-AssIstant in professional appear on each campus during Joint academic cooperation
Banquets, commercial, home portrait office. Call YU 22081. those dates.
window screens, canvas I.with the other colleges. RICHARD M. CONE
For appointment call YU tic
cover completely encloses for sleepIng. Institute specialists include Dr. I
Von 3-2461. CAPITOL PHOTO Heavy duty trailer. Ideal for Lucian W. Pye; professor of political
sTYLE SHOP. tfc fishing skiing and camping Phone HELP WANTED science and senior staff GENERAL CONTRACTORNEW
HUNTERS Deer heads mounted, YU 27791. Jan3 member of the Center for International Florida Travel Rates

$35. Deer skin tanned. Gloves,, 16' SPORTCRAFT boat, 40 hi" MALE or FEMALEA Studies MIT; Dr, Russell H.
Field, of Lower Than Europe'sTravel HOME CONSTRUCTIONRemodeling ,
purses jackets made. Ducks and Evinrude motor and boat tra professor political sci
animals mounted. BOB DAVIS, er. CaU YU 2-4071. tic ence. University of Michigan and
TAXIDERMIST. 2105 10th AVENUE WATKINS ROUTE in this are Dr. William C Johnstone Jr.. professor in Florida Is cheaper thanIn
NORTH, LAKE WORTH. JU FOR SALE!: Parrakeets. $2.00 Is open for semi-retired man or of Asian studies, Johns 12 European countries, accord- Dar or Night
59053. Jan.10 up. Mynah birds African love lady. Many semi-retired people are Hopkins UnIversIty leg to figures released in a travel Additions Phone YU 2-7381
birds monkey, cage, supplies earning ISO to $100 per week depending Others are Dr. WUlard H. publication and compared to average
W. G. PERRY, Tax Consultant Pet boarding. Thompson Wild( on time devoted to the Ellsbrre, associate professor of tourist expenditures In the
Complete Income Tax Service Animal Farm. Phone YUkon business. Maybe ;you can qualifyFor government, Ohio University: state compiled by the Florida De-
Phone YU 2-7841. 21236. ttc personal Interview in your Athens; Dr. Peter Gosling, assistant velopment Commission. Only two .
4/15c area, write J. H. McGarity WUU European countries have lower c
FOR SALE professor of geography: ,
payroll envelopes,
ton, Florida. Jan.10
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY. printed with form for social University: of Michigan and averages.
SPANISH AND ENGLISH. Available security, withholding and other Dr. John F. Cady: professor of Average expenditures per person Real Estate
now. Miss Serafina F. Mor- deduction Box of 500. ClewU- AA-QUALIFIED man or woman for history Ohio University per day in Florida is $10.23.
rell. Phone 23692. JanlOp ton News Office. established route work. Will Two other speakers are Ambassador The Development Commission obtained -
train. Can earn $30 or more per Iran Van Chuong from South this figure from 25,000 questionnaires Exchanges Rent Leases Sales
ATTENTIONProspective ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS day Write MR. HEATH. Box %2766 Vietnam and a high ranking offi- completed by tourists en-
Guaranteed. $19.95 down, $14.04 DeSoto Station Memphis 2, Tenn. cer from the U.S. Department of route into and out of Florida by Auctions AppraisalsExcellent
home buyers (or per month. LAKE APPLANCE JanlTREAIESIAJE State, who will be named shortly. airplane, train and bus and also
commercial)), I am seeking employment Ph. YU 2-7151. tfc The Southeast Asia Institutes area from automobile tourists stopping Income producing properly: consisting of rental
can save you many $$$ -.1 part of a proposed three-year; at the state's seven welcome sta homes, trailer park and road stand. 500' highway: 87 frontage
can handle planning, loan procedures PANGOLA HAY sale I program that will bring ;yearly Institutes Close to Clewlston.
and complete construction.Write Ranch first place east of dew, dealing with "Interna tions.A national travel publication One of he finest hunting and fishing led res In Florida -
tston. I catering to high class clientele complete with cottares. restaurant
George Kendall. Box 785 Jan17c
tional Challenges to the Free published results of a survey:
lounge dogs Jeeps boats and motors. 100.000 acres
Clewiston Fla. jan31p FOR SALE 3-piece child's playact World" to the campuses of the Associated made by: an Italian firm, Statistics of excellent hammock land under lease. Abundant game and
has stove refrigerator, sink:. I Mid-Florida Colleges. Center of Florence, and fish. Priced to sell or will trade.
Age 712. Beautiful. All three $18 FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen Purposes of the program are to published In "Vita TnristlcaItallana. Six room home only: two years old with many: extras Inctad-.
.F O."R Z'NT Call YU 27230. / tic home 308 E. Sagamore Clewls Inform college students and citizensof ." The report cited the Inr fenced yard pump and well, beautifully: landscaped new w,
r ton. Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven the impact of Communism on United States as having the utility: room and car enclosure. Terms can be arranged. :.
Business Opportunity or YU 2-6301 Clewlston. Jan31c I various non-Western cultures and highest per diem cost for the Collier County: adjoining Hendry; county. Section (149 Acre)
countries and help provide an appreciation traveler $27.44 far above of land. Some grass and virgin pine, $65. per acre, 7 year terns.
FOR REKT7 'Trailers and Trailer OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITYto FOR SALE-CBS 3-bedroom house of some of the unique Florida's nerae.Durlnl 15% down.
lease major oil Co. service sta 160 Acre tract $85. per acre. Terms.
Royal Palm Trailer
spaces excellent location beautiful lot. problems of nation building today. the summer, Florida'ser
Furnished afwnlshed.
Ion with garage and display room. Two modest priced homes In LaBelle. or >
Park. Phone YU 2-2603 tfo Good location on Highway 27 In All in excellent condition. $11,000 This year's emphasis on Southeast diem expenditure for the traveler Terms .
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room Clewlston. We will train a qualified Terms can be arranged. Phone Asia was selected because drops to $8.20. Winter per diem Choice property: near new Martin-Marietta cement plant
furnished apartment. ?hon man and while after 5 p.m. YU 2-4391. JanlO that area Is undergoing a transition averages $14.03. close to and In Alva. "
2-iri.: tic pay training Tele- period disruptive to traditionand The European travel survey lists $' x 30' house trailer. Good shape. Used only: slightly.:
phone WYman
8-2033, Belle Glade, REAL ESTATE long established Institutions. medium and superior rates. The Good for living office er storage space. Assume payment:
FOR RENTBedroom with private Fla. J an31pHelp 3-BEDROOM.' 2-bath frame. North It is therefore vital that American above figures are an average of Slightly: used 10' x 53' t bedroom house trailer S50 and assume
bath. Phone 26881. W E. side. Excellent condition. Kitchen citizens know and understand the two. payments: of $62.75 per month.
Bailey tic completely furnished. Large lot; --- For Rent six room home In Clewis ton. No children orpets.

I 1lJantefma fe shade and fruit trees. A real home .
BEDROOM private bath and private
Home and Trailer Park new. $500 month Income. Very
entrance. Gentleman only. FOR SALE-Northside 126 feet CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, INC. little cash needed. This Is a real opportunity: and fully financed. I I
Phone YU 32801. Jan24c, frontage 3 bedrooms, 2 bath House trailer for rent 2 bedroom. Available soon.
LP GAS DELIVERY MAN. Resl CBS new Immaculate $20,000 Invites :you to see the new 297 acres. Most Improved pasture. With new home.
TENEMOS CUARTOS PARA AL- dent Clewlston area. Permanent. NORTHSIDE 5 bedroom frame, Marlette and Esquire Mobile Homes
QUILA. Telefono 2-6881. W. E. All benefits. Salary open. Send re- $10.000. Now on display: 830 E. Sugarland Hwy.
Bailey 315 Este El Paso, Clewiston. ume to Box 872 Fort Myers, FlaIt. NORTHSIDE, 2 bedroom frame, FRANK DENMEAD

-.eaasssas.seeessrssties.estiss.uuI............., 1 Bedroom CBS duplex, $9,990.: Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
2 Bedroom CBS, $12,500./ Cash for your used trailer .
Across from Fair Grounds

,I r 3 Acreage Bedroom all frame available.$7,500. LOW, LOW down payment. 7 years to payWe
i YUkon 2.3421 Clewiston Fla.
also handle Van Dyke: Marlette and used trailers. '
room constructed. Completely
Phone YU 2-2661 If no answer; phone 2-4371
Ua r furnished. TV. Freezer. Cattle tr t
Fenced. 3 miles out Paved state
WALDRON'SMEATS road. All conveniences. Ideal site. ...........................................................?........................................................ ............H..HH_.. ..__ j
GAS 325 FHA HOMES In Palm Beach, i. asp

AppliancesSalesService AND GROCERIES various Broward sizes and and Dade prices.counties Small: I CHEVROLET Great :p
Open 7 A.M. $ PM. cash FOR payment.RENT-; Keeps

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Efficiencies and houses as
POWER GASCORPORATION available.: \ No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth 1
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Overe 1,000 vacant lots to select Ii
from for all purpose. Various Chevrolet, lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvair, and Efifjjiffosy a

Four MUM East of Clewlston prices. I two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette. t jjjgfiU' ''

CALL COLLECT Investment and Income property I Tin links more p.opli o4j
BareBeacI1Attention ) LONG TERM low Interest, farm depend on
South Bay WY 0-5521 cane, grove and ranch mortgages i t I

minimum $50,000. .. :
WANTEDICustomers CattlemenNow M. LANKFORD i I 'j,
030 East Sugarland HighwayFire :
Is the time to consolidate Auto and General "eEa! 1
NO your debts with a long term farm Insurance I .j.jI .ji
loan low Interest rates, with ClewUtou Fla. Phone 2-2161

Federal Land BankSee
EVER for houses, acreage busi i
nesses. We have customers wait
Jordan Write
& Pridgen or Ina. List your property with us. i

HENDRY COUNTY Box 686 Walcald Building 27501.tfc ij j 1 Impala Sport Sedan

Bradeaton, FlorUU NO DOWN PAYMENT requiredfor ont of IS Jtt-imooth
Title & Abstract Co. 63 JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET .
house on your lot. See Henry Chevrolet*
Title Abstract*-Title Insurance McDuffle, R. 2, Box 46, Moore
Public Stenographer Haven. Jan17c. .. \I........... ,., ............ ('.;...................................................................................................................._
Photocopying Duplicating EVINRUDESales
Bridge St. and Park Are.Fla. .
I+Beilo. P. O. Box 644 FOR SALE. THE PRICE IS RIGHTfor 1 1m
ORange 5-8281 and ServiceNew a nice two-bedroom home witha
14x30 foot business room. 210 -

and Used Motors West Ventura Street. Phil Davis ."N' .
FOR < '' '"" ''''''''''':<''"' '"
HOME DELIVERY Marine Hardware Shoe Repair, Clewlstnn. Fla.
Palm Beach Post Parts and Accessories Jan17c

and TimesMRS. Madre Safety Equipment tit .n I

-CaB- Phone YUkoo I.UU
R. E. WALDRON Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe- Chevy II Nova 400 Station. Wagon-
YU 3-2621 Section 346.34 beauty, ride and comfort you'll go for inttanllu shares the easy-cart lectures of the big Chevrolet
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For' prompt. Efficient Tampa Tribune Hendry County ,

OF TUB Home MIAMI delivery HERALD stud Priced Reasonable I'I'I f fI

cut of Atlantic and Ft. Myers CALLJThurmond I .
Royal Palm I :'

CaD News Press Knight .. .
Bobby Giddens '- --'''-- .j
Home Delivery Realty, Inc. I' :
Phone 22791HATHCOCK'S I 1'.O.Box .998 a Phone 844-1355 :
West Palm Beach. Florida I 1
II I ..
I' : Corvair Monta Club Coupe Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coups !
..urS' i. with many bucket.eat interior j tAerq'e alto a new Sting Ray Convertible

ALL NIGHT SERVICEWe lANt"DS See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom

Never Close_ !!

e SPOT People Read ADS : "Chuck" Wells Motor Company II I )

CLEWISTON You Are I I THE CLEWISTON NEWS: ,w. Sugarland Hwy. '- Clewiston, Fla. YUlcon 24IOiThursday




January 10, I
Page EihTHE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Florida 1963
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. Bids Open- Feb. 12 On 4th River LockBids I Cycle Scrambles Suncoast Near More People Are Reading More BooksIn been the students crowded Information As into;many the some rooms as 20 leaning seeking have.

for the construction of a for the lock-tender. Split On Bzisis against the shelves to do their reading .
million dollar locks in the Klssim- The Kisimmee River Is now bee Postponed A Week Clewiston Public LibraryThe or studying, because there li
J :ng dredged as a large floodwaychannel Of School Size no more room at the reading
t 9 mee River, the fourth of six, will table
I to become part of the $1. Clewiston Library Board has shelves These were new books In October the library
clt Scrambles held
1. h.-ui"
': be received by the U.S. Corps ofEngineers million deveopment; of the rivebasin. ? : Principal James E. Brandon told compiled records of the use of carefully selected to give a varietyto longer hours and is now
th sfciuad of
regularly on : : Sunday open is
In Jacksonville on Feb This will control Suncoast coaches and principals the needs and reading
permit the month by Sugarland Cys:> As. the library during 1962 comparedthem serve hours each week. Mondays. Wednesdays
10ruary 12th. cf rainfall outlet, permitting large Tuesday that Clewlston High School with the previous year and wishes of all readers. An effort and Fridays from 7-9
will be held
-cc::::ton: net Sunaajr .
.. The locks will be located in the outlet into the Lake Okeechobee, ._. v..i ei; hell one week later, Mill Mitl...ll.** t...... ,,Uol.."., ,1 1 Cerence )..U announced an astounding 60 per was made to keep abreast of cur and Tuesdays, Thursday and p Sat m
northwest corner of Okeechobee or conservation Ih basins along the on January 20th. ( unless the split Into two cent Increase In the use of the library rent fiction, and many of the bestsellers urdays from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. I
County about 33 miles north of the river route as needed. The postponement was to avoid separate leagues as now planned were purchased for the library I
mouth of the Kissimmee River. Some $19 million worth of con conflict with the annual meeting of becomes effective. The library circulated 4,479 volumes .
The structure will be 90x30 feet structlon has been completed or th3 Florida AMA clubs at Lake The proposal, which has ClewIston's in 1962 compared to 2,599In / great many reference books GET
and the contract will include a is under way in the Klsslmmee Jeeson on the 13th of January. approval, is to split Into a 1961, and the use of the library wen also purchased, and these MORE r :4
spillway adjacent and a residence River basin.AUTE At th:t meeting will be decided the big! school and a little school lea for reference and reading of those have been put to use by high school out
sanction and schedule of races gue, leaving Clewlston in the ,group books which are never removed students. Whether by Intention or OF ao '
for 1933 and the location of the with Pahokee Belle Glade. Jupi- from the library has increased its coincidence Wednesday afternoonand UFE OUT
state championship races and tier, Cardinal Newman and Okee- use even more. evenings seems to 1bA
tale rally for .1963 chobee. The three latter school are During 1S62 the library added approximately MOVIE!
The races In Clewiston on Janu. not now conference members, but 500()() books to Its be the times of heaviest use by
ary 20 will feature such changes as have Indicated they would enter
;or children general admission, In- were made.
stead of a dollar and $125, or an The big school league would be
extra 50 cents for seats inside the composed of Palm Beach, Forest sr4
track. Children under 12 will be Hill Lake Worth Seacrest, Riviera
J admitted free. Beach, Fort Pierce Vero Beach
The track will have a few and Stuart.
changes and should be a little faster -
The proposal is that the two
NS Door prizes will be given away groups would be separate from one Jarman Shoes for Men
during intermission. The Civil Air another each with their own officers .
Patrol Squadron will have the and set of rules and regulations -
pcncesslon booth. 4 Loafers or Ties

A meeting of the Suncoast Cor.ferenc. -
will be held at Belle Glade Dark Mahogany, Black, Brown
SAVE MONEY! BORROW HERE! Pool TournamentAn Saturday, January 19, after: the

Buy your car anywhere, but borrow hereto close; 8-ball Its entries pool tournament at the Youth will give new their non-league official schools answer involved to takea $10.95 to $19.95Connie's ,

for it. Our bank rates the lowest definite vote on the conference
pay are Center on January 15th and all '
boys and girls in high school splite
available to the public. What's more, our 14-18 Any change in the conference organization
are eligible to enter accordIng -
terms are realistic planned with your to announcement by the Youth will be made effective
after baseball season-at the closeof
budget in mind. See us first for your loan. Board which is sponsoring the tour. the school year, it is understood

ney.Play will ba in two age groups
FIRST BANK OF CLEWLSTON for boys, one for girls; boys will
be t divided 14 and under in one Ladies Of Lake Dove-Lo New Spring Styles
Ph. YU 2-6001: Clcwulon Fla. group and 15 and over in the other.
P.acques; will be awarded to first, Fashion's Latest Shoes: in .the New ShadesMelon4ellow
.. ora second and third place winners In Bowling LeagueTeam .. -
tow '_: \ 'i11.11 .777' ';ach: age group and a 25 cent en- Won Lost
try fee Is required. Play will be or Red
on January IT, 18 and 19. Sport Shop ....?.._.............. 41 23 ( .
- -----. Hare Lumber _.._._..-,- 41 23
.-.II U.S. Sugar .-.......?.?_..--. 36 28
Bicycle RacesThe Paarklnson's -..._?.-...-.-. 30 24 To Accent Your Spring Wardrobe $8.99
Glades Restaurant _.. 29 35
"Little 50" Race which provo Old South _.-.-......,J_. 27 37
ed popular on its inaugural last Wilson Lumber .................. 26 38 Handbags to Match (fin yellow) $4.98To
year by the ClewlsUm: Recreation Toggery Shop __._._-..- 26 38
Department will be repeated
\ on Saturday. February 2. This 1 Is #
a bicycle race run in teams of High Individual Game
favorite flats always in stock too!
10\\ four( riders each with standard Polly McLendon "__'-... 197 are ,
balloon tired American bicycles. Winnie Plank ??._..._.........__ 185
The event is sanctioned by Floe Pat Baker ??.M''M.'M''." 178
; ida Recreation Activities Association Charlsie Wilson ...._._..?..-. 178
Boys ages 12 to 18 who are Parkinson's Dept. StoreSugarland
enrolled In Clewlston High Schoolare
Individual Series
eligible Deadline for entry is
Jan. 30 at the Youth Center. Polly McLendon ?.?.?.-.....?_.-.- 502 ;
meet a, history A "Little 25" Race, similar to Charlsie Wilson ........_....?..._ 438 Highway Phone YU 2-6061
maker the Little!: 59, but for g'rls!' wtl:I also France C.. ... ....,.-..._..... 436
be run on the sama day ant under Pat Baker: ......._..._M_ 453
the same reiulatbrn.: Girls djad-
line Is also J=nurry 30.
Engraved acqi.es: to first and
second place terms will be presented
and the fast: place tam will
nave its named::! engraved on the
;permanent: trophy; in the Youth

Center First Bank Of Clewiston .

._ _
d$ : Jr. Basketball

I i if The Junior Boys Basketball Lea "Pioneer Bank in the Everglades"
gue play started Monday night /
and::! games wilt be played each
f 1 I ALL Monday and Thursday on the Ele-
mentary School court.
First game starts at 8:30: second
I jl game at 7.20Sponsoring: .. ..

organizations are Condensed Statement of Condition December 31, 1962 ,
", Lions, Rotary, Fire Department
end! Klwanis.
The Junior Bays Basketball League -
Is underway after practice F a 1
games on Thursday when Lions RESOURCES '
defeated Rotary 43-4 and the Fire .

) Dept. defeated Kiwanis 23-13 Cash and due from Bonks . .' S 880630.47
First league: games were played :
Monday with Lions Club defeatingFire U.S. Government Obligations . 3614165.58 "

+ Dept.Rotary 27-4 3111.and Kiwanis detesting State, County & Municipal Bonds ,.,.. ,_ 307,283.78'I"?

I ; Loans and Discounts:

: AE1:"" eJIEEI My room is just j' i. Less Valuation Reserve.' .$ 37944.91 1,604,964.77\; ;, .

; Bank Premises & Equipment. . .,, 87,571.56'

t d', dreamy, and I Other Assets . . . y ,
itt I did it myself 6510916.93


t :: Deposits . .. . 5944966.68 /11-f r

1 Income Collected Unearned. 0 ; ,' \: 53832.47
f ; Reserve for Taxes ;' .. '. 4 .. 43117.78
UEII3IP Capital Accounts: '

f Capital . aid P.,: . ,', .$" 150000.00. ..
W. GOTeT.IEERDUferentDeflnitelyf: : '
: Surplus .. . . 200000.00 '
Undivided Profit . 0 119000.00 469.000:00.:
Th* new 'Jeep Wagonm !1t1)) .
the first station wagon ever built to offer the comfort, silence, RCL.LA TEX 'e 'J
speed and smoothness of a passenger car-plus the safety and' INTERIOR LATIX
traction of 4-wheel driv ....fl8.. ..111. lfir I $6.510,91693 .
........ M. ,._ ... .
Th'J**?*wagoner is the one family wagon you can drive der "uII" ...,. t'MMMI"i .
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boost anywhere almost any kind of weather ..... ........ MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION '
i If the firs and only 4-wheet drive wagon with Optional] $"98
It automatic transmission and Independent Iront suspension k

Th 'Jeep wagoner features the power and economy oft i GAL OFFICERS I
America's first and only automotive overhead camshaft enaiae..'. DIRECTORS
f the lbrnsdO:OHC EVERY 2nd CAN .
It baa.th* most usable. cargo space... C. V. PARKINSON I J JOHN S COTTRELL
both high. and 'wI4*. Th 'Jeep',. a FLEE AT Chairman of the Board HOWARD L KURTZ .
Wagoneer.is also available in 2-wbel nelDf YoyR ELBERT L STEWART, President A. MOORMAN, JR. 1"" .. ", '
drift model.step In.Blse it ap.Ttjr a JOHN S. COTTRELL Vice President C. V. PARKINSON '

it a.OtIw..p.Deal..Io4&,1SUGARLAND; ; I A. L of{ MOORMAN Jr., Vice Pres. and ELBERT L STEWART .
M.e.C Store .. Cashier I
MO A HOLLAND Assistant Cashier .IThursday

MOTORS AI Fuller's

S41 E.: SugarbMid Uvry. Clew...,.. Florida

'THE LLOYD- BRIDGES SHOW 7,30; P.M. Friday Country StoreJ J,