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 17, 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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Clewiston News Sweetest"America's Town"Return

-Postage Guaranteed. Sec. 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 Per Year I 1.tWl.l;, I I 'N F1.f Hli'A[ THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 3
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VFW POSTCommander

[) George Samra Jr., ew 13 % Increase
of the Third District Veterans of

Foreign Wars was the guest of

r honor at the regular meeting of ,
+ the Hawklns-Klrk-Gordon Post 4185 r Members! of Clewlston Federal increase in assets were to be made.

.1- K'I MWielding of Clewis ton. In impressive cere- e Savings and Loan Association were The financial statement of the

the caret for the first time President Sandi McCoavlllejlls monies, Commander Samra in the scheduled to hold their annual association, as of close of 1962
of FlorIda meeting at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon showed $2,379,03213 in assets, a
the Youth Board to order, following Installation Wednesday eve- name of the Department -
Uf. Other officer shown are Steve Sexton, vice president and Maria formality dedicated the new when report of the ;year's gain of $261.18100 over the $2.
Futch, secretary.-STAFF PHOTO.klahoma National Colors before a Joint operation showing a 13 per cent 014,81808<< of the previous year.
meeting of the post and Its newly Officers of the association are
formed Auxiliary Other dlstln W. C. Prewltt, president; Fred C.

) Opens Season guihsed guests present were Mrs. S4 POOCHES Sikes, vice president; Carlos R.

Paul Sandiford, West Palm Beach, Dickey vice president; Otis A.

president of the Third District, GET SHOTSThe Jones, secretary and treasurer,

.t Ft. Myers Plr'use Jan. 22T Ladles Auxiliary and Mrs Gladys and J. N. Ellington, assistant secretary
Smith Lake Worth her chief of city office reports that and assistant treasurer.

staff. Accompanying Commander 51 pooches received free vaccination Dickey, SIke-.. Jones and W. C.
shows performed them will be recreating roles they and M. M. Prewitt the
Broadway I Samra were District Senior Vice against rabies at the compose
'islonal actors and have done previously in other theatres board of directors.
13 y prof: ac-I Commander Robert Brenner; Dis- City Hall Saturday afternoon
:3 will be a new attraction t trict Junior Vice Commander The veterinarian will be on The association hay enjoyed: n
::"'hw .;t Florida this winter Ih2 in Other: titles of the 1963 season: in. Chuck Hennlng, and District Chief hand again this Saturday and steady growth during the past 10

: na.nt of the Fort Myers Wli duds "Everybody: Loves Opal," of Staff Pat Leodia of West Palm ned In an effort to ret ail years as shown by the following)

It- Playhouse. "Guys and Dolls "Send Me No Beach.In dots In the city vaccinated.The year-end list of assets:
Norman Leger, producer of the Flowers" 'Under the Yum Yum eulogy addressed to Old shots free. The only
an are
k'ew London New London, New THE MAYOR IS HONORED. 8. C. Fry yice-prealdent of the Okee- 1953 .. ................... .?....,...8 426,49035
Tree 'Once Upon a Mattress Glory which was being retired, stipulation Is that the doc'sowner
Hampshire, has leased the facll "Come Blow Your Horn" Gentlemen Doug Pearcy, the state chairman of chobee Waterway Association, presented an honorary membership In must purchase a city 1954 ..... ...... ........... "...-,.. 648.846

Lies of the Fort Myers Theatre oJihe Prefer Blondes" "King of the Voice of Democracy, stated that association to Mayor Leon Bembry right), as a starter In the doc license for the animal ata 1955 .......... ....?.,.............. 813231.04

Patio de Leon for a thre lIi arts" and: "The Fantasticks. "Our Old Glory has served well 'membership drive Executive Secretary (volunteer and unpaid) How- cost of 11.00. A city ordi- 1956 ..............-.........._.?..-.? 979112.32

[nonth period and under the spot and faithfully for more- than 15 mid Banta, left, has set a coal of 10,000 members In the Stuart lo Fort requires that every dor 1957 ........................?.-......- 1,160,288
of the Edison Kiwanis Club Persons wishing to buy advance meet- dyers area.-STAFF PHOTO. nance 1958 ............................,...?... 1.325,772:
sorship tickets at reduced rates may purchase years. It has attended every on city streets must have a
... 1,601,04217
It presenting five hit musicals and ing of the post but one; it has attended current recistratlon tag 1959
comedies with a New Yor: cards of admission from funeral Waterway Boatacade 1960 ..........-.....-..?........1.819,22638!
ive military con- -
The cast is due to aii members of the Edison Kiwanis every Clewis- BETTER 1961 ...............................?.? 2,014.848
{company.'lye the 11th of January. Club Box 764.or by The writing Playhouse the club box at office P.O. ton ducted Veterans by the Honor post or Guard the ; it has SMOKE GOES UP To Be Annual EventThe I BUY THAT 1962 ..... ...... .....-....,.. .. ....... 2.379,03216

"Oklahoma." the all-time Rodgers will Saturday, January 12 led every parade in which It has: Okeechobee Waterway will AUTO TAG NOWPaul The current anticipated dividend
and Hammerstein classic open on of be an annual event In the future, rate is 4Vi per cent per pear, compounded -
with the exception
and reservations can be made by participated; MONEY COMES IN"It Fallen, deputy tag agent
{will get the season underway wit! calling EDison 2-7962. the past two years it has attended decided director of the Waterway reports that 512 motor vehicle quarterly.

la premiere performance Monday every home game of. the foot; Association at the Clewis ton meeting licenses have been sold at the Clewlston Federal Savings and

January 21. The regular playing ball season; in .hort.'it has beena goes tip in smoke cigars last Tuesday. The date was set office In Clewlston during the Loan Association is a member of
week is Tuesday through Sunday member smoke, that is," and some of the for Labor Day weekend and other
good faithful and loyad first 15 days of 1963. Sale were the Federal Home Loan Bank Sys-
( nights with a matinee on Sun [CHECK YOUR OWNDRIVER'S of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. ; money comes back In tax funds plans will be announced later as very brisk until last weekendand tem, United States Savings and

Iday; The company will consist of Old Glory will not leave us, but And the more that goes up, details are completed.It have now dropped sharp- Loan League, Florida Savings and "
122 Including staff persor of honor In our the more comes in. seems definite that Clewlston
people, will have a place I H. Loan League and Federal Savings
[ net as well as performers. The actors LICENSEMany meeting hall forever as long as this During the month of November will be the overnight stop on the Pullen does not expect business and Loan Insurance Corporation.Each .
I are seasoned stock and off- hall shall stand" the clgaret tax collected Boatacade, however, as Executive to be brisk again until saving account is insuredup

I Broadway players and many of motorists are unwittingly Past mmander Buddy Belcher In the city limit of Clewlston Secretary Clewiston is Howard the natural Banta center said of Just before the deadline Feb to $10,000 by the Federal Saw

driving with Invalid driv then proceeded with the installation amounted to S3.520.77, anda ruary flrat. Those who wait ings and Loan Insurance Corporation -
BANK OFFICIALS I' er's licenses these day*. The of John (Bud) Whidder check for that amount I Is the waterway.The Waterway Association has until then will have to wait In a permanent agency of the
vice commander,,, being returned to the City of line for their tar.
I past year was the first year as post junior started membership and public. U.S. Government.
ARE REELECTEDStockholders I that driver's licenses have been and Harry Brassell 81 chaplain... Clewlston treasury from the a further the of Sales In Clewlston are madeat
to use
of the First Ban! ; sold by birth month Instead of Commander Samra then made the State Beverage Departmentwhich ity campaign, canal. the county court house aub-

I of Oewiston reelected all dlrec at the end of the year, an4 National Award of a Membership collects and distribute this Membership 26 year old is cross-state to all Inter office at the Fair Grounds OB Sky-Divers Back

tore of the bank, at the annua some persons have failed to Streamer to the post for membership this tax. ested and open organizations at South Francisco Avenue -

meeting held In the offices at' check their licenses and renew t drive which netted the post Five cents per package is charged a cost persons varying from $5 to $100. At Air Glades

Clewiston Thursday afternoon. Im them at the proper time, say 75 per cent of its members before on clgaret sales in Florida. The The $5 fee is for individuals, and Officers VisitSelective
mediately after the stockholder: law enforcement official. November 30, 1962. In his com tax is returned to the participatIng commercial memberships are The Sky-Divers are back. Members *

meeting. the directors met and .reelected The new license give the ments Commander Samra praisedthe cities on the basis it is cot $25 or $100, in two classes depending ServiceThe of the South ,Florida Parachute -

I all the officers.C expiration: date a* "end ef post for reaching the 100 percent lected. Tax collected on sales outside on size of the businesses represented Selective Service Local Association have moved
V Parkinson is chairman of birth month It-" and If the figure before January 1st,,, of city limits goes Into the Board No. 42 had an official visit their jumping area to Air Glades

| v": board; Elbert L. Stewart 11 year 1* given as '62 the license 1963. .-which,.placed U in. the top I '.''l IIe'Nu.veDWI.fund.- .. Mt. Banta a retired industry executive fr.c.tbe regional and state ffl Field west of Clewlston. Just' &

president; A. L. Moorman Jr., via Is not valid ten posts of the tate. There are Total collections in the state and boating enthusiast. is cers of Selective Service System US 27, said Paul J. Poppenhager,
I president and cashier, and Mow 1962 members who
still several .
A rood time to check your were $2,825.17680 of which $775 serving as executive secretary on a yesterday.Col. president.
I Holland, assistant oshier. Directors have not as yet paid their 1963 fund and Harold C Wall state director
008.24 went into the state basis and Is currently
I II when volunteer ,
driver's license you apply Air
are John S. Cottrell and Howard license plates. If I dues and Membership Chairman $2,050,16856 was returned to the visiting communities along the wa- ; Col!, Charles L. Tully, deputy The club formerly used the.
HurU of Fort Parkin for new these L. Glades field for weekend jumpingbut
Myers Bernie Bryan asks that members cities membershipdrive state director, and Col. James
son, Stewart and Moorman are dire. .- yon need to renew your license renew their membership.. Historian terway to get the Davis, Atlanta, regional field officers moved to Hobby-Rama near
yon can do It at the same that underway.The Fort Laudredale, as being closer
srs. Dough Pearcy revealed is for the system, conferredwith
Association 1 I
There were 2,977 of the 3,000 time and place. the, post's present membership of Band Offers Waterway for retired or semi-retir Local Board members and to the homes of most of its mem-
shares of stock Irt the bank 81 is tied for the all time post looking a clerk. bers. However, the club like the
represented at the stockholders membership record established ed newspaper or advertising man for, Local Board No. 42 with officesin facilities at Air Glades and will

meeting, sad! President Stewart Hendry Now .Has24Hour five or six years ago. Individual Flag Display to serve as publlclt.Paul director Franklin of the Nickell Building, Clewiston, be jumping there regularly each

and the director were greatly awards were given to Commander the organization. CharlesH. serves Glades and Hendry coun week, said Poppenhager.

pleased with the personal interest Patrol I Al Zauel Walt Deters and Bill New ServiceThe Fort. Kindred Myers,,Stuart is president and: S.; C. Fry, ties. Mrs. Francis M Nail Is The public Is invited to the fieldto
shown In the fine at Bass. clerk and the board is composedof watch the jumps any
tendance. The: Hendry County Sheriff's Department President Sandiford of the Auxiliary Clewiston High School Sug Clewiston, are vice president.memberof C E. E. Kelly, chairman; J. E. The club is training students forikydivlng
Inaugurated a 24- arland Band has undertaken a community P. Gaulding. LaBelle. is a
has at the field.
Stockholders were pleased with spoke to the Ladies Auxiliary B'ardsley secretary, both of Clew-
hour patrol reports Sheriff Earl service project that will be the board of directors. of Members of the club jump each
the reports of the bank and with member relative to the institution made fora ton and Roger M. Weeks
the directors' reaffirmation of the Dyess, Sr.. who has assigned deputes of the Auxiliary membership eligibility of interest to all of Clewlston. The Banta said plans are j Moore Haven weekend starting after 12 noon on

policy of keeping pace with the : t3 round-the-clock vigil over and general operating pro band is offering a flag display monthly newsletter Okeechobee and an Waterway annual Current policies of Selective Saturday and about 9 a.m. on Sun-

growth and development of the the entire county cedures. She complimented President service in an effort to stimulate a guide to the which work will Service were discussed st tile lay continuing until dark each

area. "We not only reviewed what! "The number of workers in the pro-tern Mary Bryan and Secretary greater[ feeling of patriotism and area, on board meeting with the officials. evening, weather permitting.

has taken place In our area during farms and ranches in the south I>ro-tem Pauline Whlddea to encourage the proper display of start shortly .--..-

the past year, but we looked portion of Hendry County has increased and members of the Auxiliary on 'I the American Flag on appropriat

forward to the future, and planned : tremendously in the past the ground work already accom I occasions.The .
is hardly a sec service Includes a large 50-
our part in 'the developments two; years. There plished.
and activities which are ahead," urn of thl vast county now where Following the meeting refresh- star flag on a 12-foot pole to be
President Stewart said. people are not living and working ments were served buffet style placed in front of each subscriber'.

Ths bank showed a 26 per cent and there are many labor camps prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Gene building on each of seven legal
gain in deposits, as compared with) which are far from the towns of Clawson and members of the Aux- holidays. The, flags will be put up mt 4 '

the previous year, a larger gain Clewis ton and LaBelle. iliary, at dawn and taken down at dusk ** tie N1ti rfa

than that of the state as a whole,,, "For this reason, we have decided The purpose of the service is not

or than! the average of banks in the to set up a corstant patrol allover Pitzen InstalledBy only to assist those individual! 1
geographical area. the county. The deputies are who wish to display their pride In a a.

working in shifts on the patrol, Kiwanis Club America, but by placing all the
Waste In Gov't and although an officers are at flags in an organized pattern in + Na t.
be Gervin N. Pitzen was In frontof
on call, there will one the same relative position
"Waste In big Guvernment U ways of the Clewlston Kiwanis
the president Inspiring
at all times cruising each building to create an -
tike flea on a dog the bigger Club in an Impressive ceremony -
of the county. site for our community,
the dog the more the fleas," reads Wednesday Col. Bob Harris. .
all of heritage.As
service will be reminding us our
said Uncle Dan. lie I* ponderInc "We believe this Lake Worth .lieuten nt governor of
benefit to everyone; we a special bonus, the band Intends '-
what the government will of great Kiwanis, conducted the ceremonyat
build on the block It purchased think presence of a law enforcement the noon meeting of the club. to display the flags for 'al
In 1960. officer is one of the greatest president. Harry Johnson subscribers on the opening day.oj
deterrents to crime known" I the Hendry County Fair, in adds-
Read lab column on the editorial received a past president'spin
page said the sheriff. a Kiwanis placque and the I tion to the seven legal holidays
---- commendation of the lieutenant I i. The flags furnished will be 4x( tNl

for an excellent year's: I foot 50-star flags of finest outdoor
Despite Freeze Fruits And VegetablesWill governor service to Kiwanis. quality with sewn stripes and start,

I Col. Brown Installed J. W. I The flags will be mounted.on 12. .

Beardsley, Gene Edwards, Jack foot poles, placed in ground sockets ,. .. .
Be Major Exhibition At State Fair Fry. Mike Herring A. W. Has, to be installed by the band.' LEON -BEMBRY-Installed-the Clewback--- -- --to camera) Barbara Waters Terry '

I F.:-C. Sikes and L. M. Weetman as The service will begin on Wash MAYOR Board members and officer In a Moore, and it officers' table Saudi McConvllle.ceremony .

fair' government and county directors; Clarence Nielson as ington's birthday, February 22, fo1lowed Iston Youth conducted at the final organisation Steve Sexton and Marcia Futch. I
Despite unusual severity; of a the already treasurer; James E. Brandon as by the Hendry County Fair, Wednesday
construction Center
December state'sfaest committee, said meeting of the group at the
cold spell, the ha teen started on new designs secretary, Claud Giddens as vice Memorial Day, Flag Day Inde Shown are David Beardsley -STAFF PHOTO.
winter fruits and vegetable for the agricultural president and Gervin Pitzen aspresident. pendence Day, Labor Day Veter-
gain will be'.. major key attraction and settings in'i and Lincoln' birthday.
] been I Day
which have Installed
at the 58th annual Florida exhibits of the big exposition In brief comments Co!.. Brown Those persons wishing to subscribe Youth Board Members
State the keystone
Fair here Feb. -111. officer "
charged each incoming to the service or wishing 1
Lavish of 14 countiesreepesenting through the years.Exhibiting Seminole 4-H Plan
exhibits of-
the duties of his special
counties and their additional information may con
: an areas from the : fice. A president's pin was presented School Bembry Wednesday 1
Coast to the Georgialine agricultural agent, la alphabetical tact any Clewlston High By Mayor *
order area to Mr. Pitzen. Band member or call the band Chalo Nitka Booth -
wUl $symbolize the abundanceand Columbia Neal M. Dukes, Lake Prior to the Installation Jim ; room at YU 24273. Members of the Clewlston Youth grade); Ricky Sexton (vice chair-

diversity of Florida1 field and Gadsden, John Russell,I Haines was Inducted into membership of the Junior 4-H Club Board were installed in the Weath- man) ; Elaine McConvllle, 10th i
Trove resource City; Jack Hajrman in the club, with L. M. Weet Members Center Wednesday grade; Marcia Futch (secretary),
Although crop loan hate Quincy:; Hardee Hernando, Charles R. man as sponsor, and Fred Sikes Like Father at Brighton Seminole Reservation evening erald with Mayor Leon Bembry and Bobby Hare 9th grade; Terry
ken Wauchula; ,
heavy this winter countyrrlenltnral the brief induction Food Sale Boothat Beardsley 8th
David ,
Smith. Brooksville; HIghlands"Bert conducting are planning a conducting the ceremony' The may'or Moore and
agent have challenge accepted J. Harris Jr., Avon Park-Se-' ceremony. Like Son the Chalo Nitka Celebration In presented a gavel to the Youth grade and Barbara Waters and
the setback a* a the Lake Worth
Jean Beam, Visitors from 23rd. Installed Sandi Me- Bobby Redish. 7th grade.
to show he nation that bring; Hlllsborough. CoL Harris Dave Moore Haven on February Board as he
Forrest N. Club Included Jimmie Maxham became The gavel
Florida U still producing the Tampa Indian River, and Gen. Alex Clark. When young will sell pumpkin ConviUe as chairman. The board adopted the proposed
Beach Manatee Livingston 18 of and registered The girls each to
age ot year
; years
tidiest McCuUar, Verff will be passed made fora
quality of citrus, vegetables Chuck Wells, I Constitution and plans
W. Harper Kendrick,. Palmetto-, Local visitors were last week with the Selective bread, coffee, Sofkee, air plants the new presiding officer. County Fair
and flower Ellis and Key Club officers booth In the Hendry ;
Also to be displayed are the Bradenton; Marlon Edsel W. Row-' Tom Radish Mike Mazzlna and Service, he and his father became and orchids. The work i Is under supervision Sandi Me- and for entering teams In the bicycle
J. Butch Board members are '
Harry and to be -
father registered
stte'a hardier untouchedby ao, Ocalft Pinellas. the first son of 4-H leader with Mr*. championship races at the
staples, Polk Paul Hay- Tommy RidgdIU.Announcement. under the new Selective Conville (chairman), and Richard -
the cold, such as hay grain Brinkley Largo; Hubert E. was made of Ladies I Ola Mae Fulton, home demonstration Herring, 12th grade; Beverly South Florida Fair. at West Palm
Putnam Mrs.
and forage, tobacco and forestry man, Bartow PalaUa; and Volusia. Night on the club's anniver- Service registration, report agent to the Seminole Ethertoo. Debbie Kemp (llth : Beach on January 26th.
products Maltby February 6th. Princes: M. NaV.\' clerk
DeLand. ,
D. Hoyt Woodberry chairman of Thomas Ralph! Townsend ary. J'"

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Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Thursday. January I
Clewtaton, Florida t? p I:,;
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The Clewiston News I Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says. : I rear.of Ha Congress claims It to.Is go the whole history HERRING CHIROPRACTIC CLINICOver

hog or nothing In such matter

DEAR MISTE3 EDITOR: I at the country store and put the ,. 650: Insurance Companies pay chiropractic claim
,,! Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Clewiston, My old lady served notice on fellers straight on the fact of life. And I rigger it wouldn't be
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Ine, a Florida Corporation. me official this morning that he All this come up on accountof more'n a year till they moved Separate Faculties For Colored
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post alms to attend the next session me telling her about another them records out of the storage
Office 1879. In Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 8, big problem that is facing the space and put surplus crops in 117 W Sugarland Hwy. TOcon j.ail
won the efficiency award of the new Congress.I It. I have wrote to my Congressman
BERYL BOWDEN Publisher QliiQq Sunny Land Council. was reading in the papers advising It would be betterto
Elbert L. Stewart was again appointed where the Guvernment bought sew this block down In lespe- .
Subscription Rates .. .. .. .. .$4.00
per year .Q
county chairman of the deza and it In the Soil Bank.
(Return Postage Guaranteed) p a whole business block In Washington put
March of Dimes campaign.Mrs. in I960 and tore down I'm expecting to git a 2-page reply
management Advertising: Rates on application. The AAIF [ .f ( y F. Deane Duff appealed for all the buildings on it, fer a total thanking me fer my fine suggestion ATTENTION I !
objectlonal advertisement.reserves the right to reject any 0 volunteers to knit olive drab wool cost of $6 million. It was figgered! and advising that when the
( If41 into sweaters for U.S. soldiers. The Madison Memorial is dedicated
at the time that Sam Rayburn had new and
of Clewlston Devoted to the advancement and welfare gr ON Red Cross furnished the wool and plans fer some sort of Guvern I'll git a invitation. Farmers Cane Growers Ranchers
Hendry County. instructions. Red Cross production ment building on the lot. But my old lady says waste I
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 three .Is like fleason FUTURE AND
room was open afternoonsand In big Cuverment LOOK TO THE
THE .. Well, now that Mr. Sam is dead,
NEWS .ume. no r..pon.lblllt for of IID.0llclte4 two evenings week. the dog
the return i per a dog the bigger
t of them
none Congressmen
or photograph. can PLAN YOURFINANCING
manUTH swum. E. E. Leonard returned to Clew- the more the fleas. This .Is a WISELY
.NEWS no financial reiponilbllltjr for typographical recollect exactly what Mr. Sam
I errora fore Ihe or >mml..IOD'' i advertlaement next i"uw.of the paper will reprInt correctly that part of the Dillon Hall of LaBelle was elect. the fellers at the country store
the error occurred. In _l ment going on amongst them now about
the event
,;;'r, T.t the rVdtr..th* 0Tectlon valueleu. the New* will duos the price: ed chairman of the school board. how to fill up the vacant Nock. has got to )live with-and she A to* Coat Farm MortgIC BANK LOAN
advertisement LAND
by an amount equal to the percentage of the total alms to tell 'em so. FEDERAL
!fmoeaatne erroneoue or omitted tha the
copy represented.It's According ta:
Furnish Cash ToRefinance
I Just hope, Mister Editor, that Will
I r, JlU..U..U. .. TEN YEARS AGO Congress has about decided to debts. S
her and Zeke Crubb's preacherdon't I
state road board members. He (From Clewiston News, build a Memorial to President Finance farm Improvement*, new baudtor. parehsst
I i History Now made new appointment and C. Jan. 13, 1933) I Madison on it, with a big under git there the same night In 0 wind machine. and Install Irrigation.
J If they do, one of 'em Is going
B. Treadway of Tavares was chair. I rancfc.
farm or
One hundred editors membersof ground warehouse fer storing Important orbit I Assist In purchase of a gw
man. National Editorial Association,: records. The best price e Purchase more lass.C .
,I THIRTY YEARS AGO Comptroller J. M. Lee appointed were guests of the U.S. Sugar they been quoted by contractors! Yours truly. Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise.
a. (From Clewiston New., Melvin A. Smith, a former lumberman Corp. at barbecue dinner and tour I up to now on this building lit $3': Uncle Dan ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
i Jan. 13. 1933)) as general liquidator for following its midwinter meetingIn million. HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES .
the state of Florida of all the de-
| Bill Roy's Comedians 1. Lower payments.
came tj Miami. Congressman Scott of }Pennsylvania
i v Clewiston for a week's funct banks. t. Longer terms (op to SO yean).
engagementIn Floyd How ell was installed as K! Is claiming this plan
: a big tent on the lot south of Major B. C. Dunn and Lt. C. wanis president. has got two bad features. First W. G. PERRY S. Dependable. service (serving agriculture excfasMj
l since 1917)
i,::1 Clewiston News office. Nelson of the Jacksonville office. Walter off he the Lincoln Me- )
Vaughn and Ruth Anderson says Tax Consultant Personal Easiness 4. Full prepayment privilege without penalty.
I Joseph Henry Larrimore was U.S. Engineers, were in Clewiston were married in St. James morial didn't cost but 13 million Farm Returns Complete 0. Loan service by local people familiar wttfc> Ivy
t t killed when he lost control of his for a few days on busln +s. Catholic Church, Orlando. and It wouldn't be fair to Bookkeeping Service agriculture s
55.:, car and It plunged Into a canal I e Joan Harris and Fred Archer ole Abe to spend $39 million on Itt AnD Ida Del Rio If we can be of service to you please write or paws*
near Pahokee about midnight Sat- TWENTY YEARS AGO fer Madison. In the
were married in the home of her somepun
Ph. YU 2-7S41 DOYLE E. ABBOlT.bat.
\V. R. MAT Blgr. or MgT.
i(( urday. I (From Clewiston News. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harris second place, he allows as how
{, Governor Dave Sholtz asked for Jsn. IS. 1943)) i In Sugarland Park. It wouldn't be long till they ,otto
|!1i::1, and received the resignation of all The LaBelle Boy Scout Troop I Mrs. J. P. Sexton was Installed looking fer expensive blocksto PIZZAYU Federal Land Bank Associationof
r president of Mothers Club.A tear down fer a Memorial to
t citizens advisory committeefor Andrew Jackson or somebody Bradenton
schools was formed to study 'He says It might start a trend 2-3311
Superior Residence Sitesare the school needs and recommend a that would tear down the whole I'lIONE: 7432031 BBADENTON' n.&.
I' program on a long range, 10 year city of Washington and set the Sugarland Pharmacy
basis. public debt back another SO
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January. 17. 1963 ._ Clewiaton, Florida THE CLEWISTON NEW'S -
Schedule AtBibletown for comfort at the concert, movies
March Jan. 24th
others SEE
and services. The supper Is In the
USA, Floresta Room DOUG PEARCY
Biblelown, at Boca Raton, has The supper Is at 6 p.m. Satur. 4Z4 E. Satarland Ate
(limaxes CampaignThe announced a schedule of events day. The concerts at 7:30,: both Saturday for
and The
Sunday evenings.
centering around the Christian
March of Dime. campaign 24th. film will be shown Saturday evening -
ary This nationwide feature Supper Club an innovation In Floe
Hendry County in the anal of the ida and following the concert
on in campaign, is one in which held each Saturday evening
January drive for funds to mothers make a door to door canvass at 8 p.m. for families, reminiscentof
>mfcat: crippling diseases such as collecting funds in the drive. the "church suppers." -- -
thrill end birth defects. "Mothers are perhaps most deep Outstanding ministers and Christian
The campaign: is handled each ly concerned of any of us in the speakers and leading must11 -
In Owiston by the Lions desire for every child to have a .ins in sacred concerts combinedwith
'l i and the immediate past pres- birthright of good health-a sound color movies to bring home
.tt serves as chairman. Richard body to enable him to lead a full the messages of Christianity to It ,
liclps .' directing the drive this and useful life Is the desire of family groups every weekend at r
,ir through this arrangement every mother for her child. Mothers i Bibletown Auditorium.This .
hich has proven beneficial to the are glad to take on the extra weekend the speaker is RESTAURANT
itional Foundation.The duties of the Mothers March because Rev. Paul Gerrard Jackson; the
March of Dimes money they believed so deeply in musicians are Rev. Lowell Leist-
Iped conquer paralytic polio by the work of the National Foundation ner, baritone soloist; Howard and '
tally supporting the development ," said Phelps. Dorothy Marsh, of the concert
1 the Salk and Sabin vaccinesid stage In sacred selections; the
now the attention is centered .M MI.slcal Macauleys, presenting
i treatment and care of the morean Cox Takes Part In r classical Christian music and the LOBSTER
a quarter of a million babies Talley Family, with trombone.
with steel gu.::jr and song.
:rn each year significant day
cts. StudyRev. The movie Is in the color film,
Climax of the March of Dimes "Walk the Tightrope," an exposeof
mpaign will be the Mothers Lloyd A. Cox attended the C inn uoist t activities: in Helsinki,
arch which will be held on Janu- Sixth Annual Workshop on Alcohol Fmlan-1.
ism for the Southeastern, Yale and Ta: 'iI, ; will! be the choice of
Rutgers Schools of Alcohol T1i rab.e! i '. a b; kc-1 Lh.cxcn din-
Study, .
The Best For Leas" at the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation : ,1 31:1n: Luau.
Center in Avon Park Thl' o, t \ n Auditorium seats
State FarmInsurance 1112. 2.5co, t '' \.1 .pmpla room
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Rev. Cox 1S an alumnus of the
Yale Summer School of Alcohol AIJIL ,
Studies a school designed for professional
Auto Life Fire persons and community
leaders Interested in the problems Father Clark Berman left Is shown with Wm. Harfrave. Suffragan
of alcoholism. Bishop of Florida following his ordination at St. Martin's Episcopal
Car Finance PlanNew The annual Workshop on Alcohol:.. Church, Clewlston. FRESH BROILED MARATHON

Cars 4%% Add on Interest ism is designed ti review current
Late Model Used 8H% Add on trends and research and bring Area Wide CrusadeIn 2-4301 to arrange transportationfor LOBSTERWEST
# Includes Credit Life alumni up to date on important Sunday School and morning SUGARLAND IIWY CLEWISTON
happenings in the field of alcoholism Belle GladeAn worship. Sunday School begins at THE: CLEWISTON NEWS .
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Abner H. Vann The Florida Alcoholic Re- 10 a.m. Morning worship begins at
area-wide evangelistic cru>
habitation Program is the state 11 a.m. i
Opposite Poet Office agency charged with working toward nude. will be conducted nightly in
PHONE YU J- 'U control and prevention of alcoholism a tent cathedral in Belle Glade Pastor James Klmbrel is to
in Florida. starting January 12 and closing speak on thj subject "The MONTH
February 10. Sponsors are 16' It Rained." The Youth Chorl is to
churches of the area. located in' be featured in the Sunday evening
Belle Glade, Clewlston, Pahokee' evangelistic service at 730.: A cordial ,.;
and Canal Point and South Bay. invitation is extended to everyone .
The canvas cathedral seats 2,000 to attend these services this
M XrKrw s and nightly services will be by week at the Clewiston Assembly of "
the E. J. Daniels evangelistic God, located at 215 South Francisco -
party of Orlando.Dr. Street.
Daniels is editor of a religious i- :
magazine author-4f 19 books
and -evangelist.of international Altar Society
reputation. Music leaders will be
Lowell Lelstner, soloist and John Makes Fair PlansMrs. uesr.ar:' a ,g
Dos organist
Special youth services will startat George Yon and Mrs. T. J.
e 7:15: each evening. There will Crawford were appointed cochairmen .,
be Talks with Teens and a special of the Fair Booth com- nn
service for boys and girls under 12. mittee of St. Margaret's Altar Society
\\Iy At 7:30: there will be color at the meeting held Wed-
i movies of the Life of Christ 'nesday evening at the home of
BEACH MOTEL The regular song and evangelistct Mrs. H. T. Vaughn Sr. 1 111, ti
services start at 7:45: each eve- ;
ning. Harry Vaughn Jr., conducted -
The canvas cathedral will be located the business meeting. Mrs. Dan
the World'i Most
Directly on McCarthy reported that about 50
Immediately west of the new
Famous Beach. Modem, fully Kwlck-Chek store in Belle Glade. children attended ,the Christmas v11, 4a 55as
equipped units.. Air-condi skating party and the event was a f
tioned. TV, phones, Social great success. 1j
Church To Have va
#_ Lounge Golfing, Fishing.
,,' Credit cards honored "No Excuses" DayThe Report of a very successful proJ--
ect the Christmas Hospital Remembrances
JTrit Clewiston Assembly of Godis was made by Mrs. _
T for literatureDAYTONAtlEACHlBHa'CONGRESS to observe "No Excuses Sun- C. D. Hine, chairman. : j 1'1L,1'1
day" this Sunday January 20. The
a334) So. Rllamil e Pattison Funeral Home is to provide Mrs. H. J. Andrels presented a
ambulance service for those program dealing with "The Ritesof
1 who are unable to come by con- the Church Through the World"
ventional means of transportation.Call followed by explanatory remarksby
YUkon Z.7131 or YUkon Father Charles.
Meet the'J*.p'Gladiator the first 4-wheel drive truck to offer passenger car smooth
The hostesses Mrs. Vaughn and ne..on the highway,'sure-footed'Jeep'traction off the road.
Mrs. Frank Veltre served fruit
CLEWISTON INN'S cake, black walnut cake, pralines, The Gladiator'. 140 hp.' Tornado-OHO: engine Ie America'only automotive overhead
nuts coffee and tea to the members camshaft engine. It produce higher torque at lower engine speed,costs lees to operate
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I Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS ClewLton, Florida. __ _I 10

perience size and manpower, but Durrence scored 11 against Lake jar's: of the course fencing has cers said they found a 55 gallon of his house.
Clewiston Team even in the dull won and lost results Worth. bsen moved closer to the actual FULLER'S FOLLIES drum of mash and a 15 gallon cOf.I'' Johnson, 48-year-oid N r ,
mash. he saw the ghost
there are a few bright spots lewiston vi. Belle Glade 1 road racing: this will add to the fee urn also containing Saturci flex''
Clewh'ro ((33)): actual thrill of the race and will By AL FULLER Swain told the Judge he was "I thought about calling! ili :
: In Cellar Spot Mike Mazzina has totaled 113 Name fg ft tp be sufficient protection for spectators Chicago: Police Chief Clarence making "holy winn' for his con but I knew the tire u ,.

Clewiston can't seem to get into points in ten games to lead the Young ..... ...... .....?..... 3 0 II because of the careful selection Emrikson, 6 feet tall and 180 gregation and pleaded not guilty would get there quicker '
I' the win column this year In basketball Tigers with an 11.3 average Jimmy Yoder .. .................. ...... 2 0 4 I of the places where the pcunds, filed! a divorce suit againsthis . : planted
'I However, the boys realize Bible ranks second in scoring Bible! .......... ........?..... 24 a fencing Is moved. wife Marlon She is 5-feet-2 and Philadelphia: An attractive typist Judge Beverly B:"., ,
the competition is rough in the with a total of 94 points in ten Maizlna ....... ,...............4 1 9 An all new victory lane arrangement weighs 118. 25 year old Mary Anne Whitehead that Johnson didn't re all' :' 1;
t Suncoast Conference and are ]looking games for a 94 average, Mike Durrence ..... .... ...?.... 3 0 II will give a more thrilling His charges e ? *She. beat e him. was held in $500 bail for:: a false alarm The Jude sat
forward to a schedule next Durrence has dropped in 63 pointsin view of the finishing the more than poisoning her boy friend soda pop "If I'd seen a ghost t ,, :'
I'I' ;year in which they can compete on eight games for a 7.9 average Total ... ....?. 14 5 33 1003 miles necessary to take home trouble Stubenville, Ohio: More police because she found him boring. ,;I would have done the sam "obryl 4'1

i 'a more even basis It has already Mazzina scored 21 points against Belle Glade ((57)): the coveted ALITALIA Trophy, "I was sick and tired of him pes-1 I
and two
Huscroft '
I JI I, been established that Clewistonwill I Fort Pierce for the highest number Name fg ft tp each year awarded the drivers and George Wring me," she said "I Just want SPECIAL NOTICEThe
............ ...... .... ... deputies fooled around with the
I either drop out of the present Close ? ? ? 4 4 12 cars covering the most distance in ed to make him sick in the stomach
,, Suncoast Conference or go along of points any player has scored Kruse ..........?...............3 3 9 the fastest time between 10 a.m. valve on a tear gas bomb to see if ." .1 Hawkins-Klrk.aordn ft-
I with a "big school" "little school" in a single] game this year. BerryhlU .........?... .........2 t a and 10 p.m, Saturday March 23, it worked.' It did. e e of the Veterans of Fore!-n IVan
split for the 1983-64 year. Jimmy Bible's] high game total Johnson ...........?....?.....?.. 5 2 12 1903 "It s the first good cry I've had will hold a fishfry Saturd r DIh\.!\
9p!t The basketball team lacks ex was 17 against Okeechobee. Mike LaTour .....................?..2: 0 4 Advance sales ticket information In years," said the sheriff Mcrrvhls:: : (PS., One mare pn- January 19th at the P, HOI*
Thompson: ........ ... ......5 2 12 can be obtained from Automobile S e a e lice trouble] )I. I on the basis of all you :an ea:
I Washington! : Police here wondered Johnson arrester when for $100 on a first come
Earl was
Racing Club of Florida, P.O. Box i I first im
pi Totals ................ 21 15 57 71, Sebring why Charles] D. Everett 20, he turned in a false alarm to summon ed basis. Serving wIn be fI'OnIl i,
I '9 Tommy Case, Jimmy Johnson held up liquor stores only during firemen to chase a _ghost out to 9 p.m. *

A and Charles] Thompson combined daylight hours ..

a iP 1ViceII for 36 points to lead Belle Glade Best Game To Date After "I'm he was afraid arrested to be he out confessed on '
/ wer Clewiston in a battle for the 1
'i,1 bottom spot in the Suncoast Conference the street at night with all thatmoney" Only caJ.ories: to the spoonfulCLEWISTON

S e e
: .. I.I". Mike Mazzina with 9, Jimmy Bible For The Tigers
Zoo Arthur
Baltimore Director
8, and Mike Young and Mike
Watson remark lYs
Durrence 6 each, lead Clew ton. Clewiston played its best gameof capitalized on a S
Freshman Donnie Yoder played a from Chief Commie Nikita Khrushchev J .
the season aganist Stuart on z
The Red boss commented recently
fourth and contributed
fine quarter the home court Tuesday night but
Golden Brown Fillet of Bluewater Fish that abstract art "looked'
1 points to the Tiger attack just couldn't hold out in the fourth '
like it was done with a donkey'stail.
Score by quarters: quarter aganist the Tigers from the
Tartar Sauce French Fried Cole Slaw Clewiston .... ........... 8 2 10 13-33 East Coast and lost out to the ." I'i
Belle Glade ............ 18 11 12 16-57 determined Stuart five Foul shots Zoo Director Watson consideredthe
possibility He got a donkey
Hush Puppies proved to be the difference as
dipped it's tail In paint and let
CRD Junior BoysThe Stuart made 15 to 6 for Oewiston.I' "
talent manifest itself II
David Duncan, Charles Hall and
Butter98t Junior Basketball League of I' Watson sold the "masterpiece"for
arI Bill Martin with 17, 17 and 8
Clewiston Recreation Department i $50 and has orders for more
S8t led the Stuart
points scoring
I announces the following results of i great art
Mike Durrence played his best agar'r
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2 for games played during the past e e
i game for Clewiston and dropped
week. Honolulu] : Clifford Fujiwara has
in 18 Mike Mazzine added
h4a points
Lions 23, Kiwanis 10 that
a job something to be sneezed -
10 and Bible 9Clewiston. .
'I' Fire Dept. 2t, Rotary 19. Jimmy at.He .
Fire: Dcpt 18, Kiwanis 17 after trailing by 12 began sneezing uncontrolablyafter s
Lions 30, Rotary 1. points at one time in the third being promoted to bank teller
BREAKFAST League standings at end of three quarter, fought back to tie the at the Honolulu American Security -
games: score at 36-36 After swapping two Bank. TRAILER SALES INC.
Team Won Lost Pet. baskets each and making it 40-40, His doctor diagnosed the trouble ,
3 hot cakes butter coffee Lions Club ....... .......... 3 0 1000 Stuart led 43-40 at the quarter. as being allergic to money. Invites yon to see the new
syrup, ; ;, Fire Dept. ............... .. 2 1 668 Clewiston missed five free throwsin Fujiwara was transferred to; the Marlette and Esquire Mobile Homes
I Kiwanis .. ... ................1 2 333 the fourth quarter and missed commercial department where Now on display 830 E. Sugarland Hwy.

39FOUNTAIN I II Rotary .. ......... .. .....0 1 000 11 for the entire game, which money is only listed in ledgers
i proved their downfall He doesn't sneeze at that. NEW FINANCING AVAILABLECash

Clewiston travels to Vero Beach S e *
SEBRING COURSE for used trailer .
Friday night and will host the Nashville: One church pastor got your

I SPECIAL I IS IMPROVEDLong Okeechobee Brahmans Saturday off on the wrong tract with U: LOW LOW down 7 to
night in CI wlstrn. Okeechobeelost spirit business. payment. years pay

Free Mexican Hat with sodas the famous awaited 5.2 mile improvements auto race at to most of its State Tournament The Rev Bernard Swain, pastorof We also handle Van Dyke Marlette and used trailers.
team of last and Clewiston
year the St, Psalm Spiritual Church. Phone YU 2-2661
flavor Sebrlng will greet racing enthusiasts will be out to earlier
any revenge an was arrested in a recent raid. Offi
9 Saturday March 23rd for the loss to the Brahmans In the
1 13th annual running of the international -j Christmas Tournament played in
350THRIFTY classic of road racing.
Belle Glade. It should be a game
Erection of new bleacher seats at well worth watching Come out and
strategic stretches of the twisting boost for the Tigers.Country .
road course will give added spectator EVERY PAINT OFFER
DRUGSSugarland viewing of the tortuous tricky

it nds and curves. Repaving of Club Notes : aafppc3age8stOL.IATOC .
rough stretches! is expected to .
Hwy. Ph. YU 2-1931 red if. LIQUID PLA5TI4.LAfa TSIM
; )irlng new records of speed to this (By Teresa Stanton) DECK (ICAMELt1J
SO-IUBll* *a 1 It WXTJConUtu Taw tnantli. .
circuit an eats
amous racing
Evelyn Vaughn the Low Net 2 pent n
won Lela U s Leon 1 nndtwcldM.Cotra rwliuntl win turn
.t <>i come of the less hazardous Mhtrtrmdllr
Tournament last Friday with ) 'Mint* nntin. For u I* SOO M fl.pr M huDdradilurrun. et ,
1 Golda Green taking second prize. fwallf, Mlllnii, ..... all tallon, lu __,- Can b* blended "
Tomorrow the girls will play in m onrr surfaces euutdi.j Int utllllti (ttrlbut* to with "II II.' for PHMttMtn.
..n set. the .. .ar lutrtnte .
teams of two with low handicappers

:t talk about a handsome gas range !} scores counting on No 1, 3, CAB ., S..S.sat. '........."rROM sis pat.. ,
5. 7 an1 9, \1k. ss &{ .
and high handicappers ... ..tIE \. ..:;>, a > '
on No 2, 4, 6 and 8. MARY
Kathy Whltworth will put on a
clinic after having lunch with the fR WORLD'S LARGEST OPERATION OF ITS KIND

If dies. Following the clinic she will F
GA RI ran"elly play nine holes of exhibition golf I
i Everyone is welcome ta watch the IIWY.Fiber's Country StoreEAST

I clinic ani exhIbition.

l The free lesson for beginning EAST StOAIlLAND FLORID
ladies will not be avalaible tomorrow -
but will be resumed next
Friday morning between 9:30: and
I It
1030.: Any ladies interested in I

t I learning golf may participate. I II

',1I The Sebring Ladies Golf Association -
will hold an Invitational on
I 1'1I February 12th. Any local women I
I I I who wish to go may do so by registering i
\ ,. at the club and I
y paying an I : '
\ i I Ii I entry fee of $250 before February .If Wide-Track is
5th. Please advise whether or as hot as

not will want electric cart
i l'' you an I

Matt Stanton is offering free lessons
to boys and girls on Saturday Pontiac says, why don't they

mornings between 9:30: and 10:30.: '
Saturday was a terrific day for put it in their ? ,
LeRoy Hare He equalled par on Tempest
the front nine and had 34 on the
back nine with a double bogey ,
starting outtladies !

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this Sport Shop .....__?....-?_._ 43 25 \1I
.. Hare Lumber ...?......... ....... 41 I 27 J
I II U.S. Sugar ....?....?..?..?.?... 38 30 J
I #" 36 Parkinson's ........... ..__ 34 34
Glades Ifcstaurant .._
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quality. through
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Toggery Shop ._ _-28 40
thrc" h.! You know ? -
: It the beautiful beautiful
by "
Wilson Lumber ._.._.?_. 27 41
finish by the solid build. by the sA

stunning design. And by the name. Caloric! "'yt Individual Hlfh Game

I. ,' Pat Baker .... -......_.._ 19C
Here's Just a hint of the wife-saving teasaris. Brings you broiled foods In one third Rachel Padgett .___,, _?__ 169
I tures waiting for you: the time, with natural Juices sealed Inside. Frances Carlin .-,.- .???? ,..,._ 168
I Built.In griddle. For quick hamburgers. Cuts fuel consumption In half. iwe
eggs pancakes chops! Converts to a fifth Precision controls. So dependably auto. Individual 1Ufh Series
burner tool matie they almost "think for you." AndR.movable Pat Baker ......._._. ,?a--.. 472
doors. Now pop the oven bright clear dials you can see! Polly McLendon ..__w 461 I
I, and broiler doors right Into the sink for a :mart: styling. Beautiful colors..Plus color- Frances Carlin. .__..._ m _
quick cleaning! notching sinks, hoods and splash plates.

i, 140 Keep-WarmF when Oven.meals Holds. foods down to !:on't wait another day. Come In and see can take a hInt. When people art al happy wIth
i : are delayed. Use for I how much pleasanter your kitchen will be Track, wen wlllInI-NY. eemathing ae Pontiac owner are wIth WIdt-
defrosting foods ag.Me lat
toolUltraRay ;' "Amer. Edwards sv&rJbody .I.. 'In
1. new Caloric Heritage Wld.-TRek .f Its en It. m t'5 has a
: [ awn this why Tempest.
Radiant High Broiler with Rct"I.:" year. It's why
:: easiest range to keep clean yea get t. ch....
v-s., tee. We aim t. ph.. ,*-and s, w.do between a lively 4 and l*. u.Iwy I-
Plumbing Repair pretty accurate. 'Optional at extra ash

Renovation Now there art two kinds of Wlde-Track can (
e Pontiac and Tempest (
Glades Gas Co. Replacements SEE YOUR AUTHOR

DAN MCCARTHY Trouble Shooting "Chuck"
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Clewlston. Florida. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pz Five
1 brothers W. C. Prewitt and M. M. --- -
I ANNOUNCED I I Prewitt and families. They also Sorority Members Learn About I OBITUARIESBETTY Land and 11. H. Avant all of Clew-
visited relatives in Miami during I I is ton.
last week. They will leave Mondayo Mrs. Keen was a native of Osce-
return to> their homes. Work Of Hospital Auxiliary Units JO ELROD MARANDO ola County. Survivors are her sisters
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Phillips of Funeral services for Mrs. Betty: Mrs. Avant and Miss Lulu Tyson -
Fort Lauderdale were visiting Members of Beta Jo Elrod Marando of Miami were, St. Cloud; four sons George ..
friends in Clewlston the latter part Sigma Phi Sorority Mrs. Pace can speak with author- !held at Eastside Baptist ChurchIn Keen, Orlando; Elmer and Paul
a of the week. who have long expressed the ity and an Intimate knowledge of LaBelle Saturday afternoon. St. Cloud, and Yewell of Atlanta
Mr. and Mrs. David Groves of wish to sponsor! a hospital auxiliary the subject, since she is immediate Mrs. Marendo died Sunday nightat and eight grandchildren and two
d Knoxvllle, Tenn. and Mrs. Ben unit in Clewlston, learned past president of the Florida Association Miami. She was the daughter of greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
of the
Moseley of Toccoa, Ga., were something such working last and workof of Hospital Auxiliaries.The Mr and Mrs. J. E. Elrod, formerlyof services will be held in
weekend guests In the home of Mr. a group evening. members planned to get Information -
Scheduled to to now of LaBelle. St. Cloud at 2 o'clock this after-
and Mrs P. M. speak them at of such a unit here, after
McIntyre Othere
.. their regular in survivors In addition to noon. Interment will be in the
meeting the
s John G. Corbin was In Jacksonville Pit learning from Mrs. Pace just what her
Room of the Glades Restaurantwas parents are four sons and a St. Cloud Cemetery.
would be
r Monday and Tuesday for a expected and making a daughter Donald and Jo Ann
a Purina dealers regional meeting.Mrs. Mrs. Harry Pace of Palmetto. final decision On going ahead with Hightower of LaBelle and Marty,

M. T. Hood, who has been the project. Joseph! and Glyn Marando of Mi- BIG CYPRESS HAS
hospitalized In Jacksonville, is reported STARS HONOR ami; he husband. Martin Marando, (
as Improving. Her daughter Miami, three sisters, Mrs. Mary
Mrs. E. E. who with Mr. Hendry General RECREATION CLUBThe
l Kelly Davis, Miami; Mrs. Ruby Savo,
5G Hood Is in Jacksonville to be near THE W. A. DA VISES New Orleans; Ferrie Elrod of La.
G residents of
Big Cypress
Betsy .. her, said they expect to move Mrs.Hood HospitalPatients Belle and seven brothers, Aflred
e Mr. and Mrs. William A. Davis Seminole Reservation have organized
from the hospital to the homeof Elrod, Harry and James Elrod,
her daughter, Miss Louise Hood, were honored Monday evening at remaining: Frances Miami; Carl Elrod. Boca Raton a Recreation Club, whose purpose
5607 Auburn Road, Jacksonville 7, the meeting of Sugarland Chapter: Barfleld, Roy Bowen, Paul Cross, Jack Elrod, Fort Myers; Glyn and; Is to provide wholesome recreation
Oder of Eastern Sar, with for the community people
Apartment B. a surprise Claudia Davidson, Elizabeth Dyal, Clarence Elrod with the U.S. ArmyIn
AKINMAXHAMMr. WALKERHARRISMr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly were courtesy in honor of their Patrick Durant, David Lee Fink, Germany.Rev. and their non-Indian friends, andto
lin Winter Garden last weekend vis 42nd wedding anniversary. Tempe Hogan, Hamp lathcock, William S-nitty officiated; at provide transportation and
and Mrs. R. W. Crouch announce and Mrs. O. C. Wilcox Jr., ing her mother, Mrs. Ray Ussery Mrs. Davis, who is worthy matron Theron Herring, Jimmie Lycans, he funeral services. Intermentwas chaperones for off-reservation ath-
the engagement of their announce the engagement of their I v,hi is recuperating from surgery. of tha chapter and Mr. Davis Vera D. Maddox, Elizabeth Mc- In Fort Denaud Cemetery. Pat- letic events and to help the youngsters
daughter Cecilia Gertrude Akin, daughter: Sharon Walker: to Robert i M... Betty Humble of Baton observed their anniversary almost Cormick, Carolyn Morrison, Charlie tison Funeral Home was in charge buy athletic equipment.
to James Gerard Maxham Jr., liorald Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,cage is expected today for a visit cclncidental with the official visit Pollard, Joyce Patterson, Mary of arrangements Officers are Jimmie Cypress,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J G. Maxhamof R. E. Harris of Clewlston. I with Mrs. Ruth Vaughn at the it the Worthy Grand Matron of A. Ray, Hazel Robinson Elaine president; Dorothy Cypress; secre
ClewUton. Miss Walker is a graduate of Clewlston Inn. Florida, so the Stars postponedheir ; Shuman, Clyde Stephens, Maude MRS. SALLIE KEEN tary, and Joe Billie, treasurer.
Both Miss Akin and Mr. Max- ewision: High School; and Mr. and Mrs. R C. Wilson and observance until a later date. Starling, Fannie Stanford, Margie Funds will be raised frofh show-
ham are graduates of Clewiston "Miss Sugar of I960". She is was attending Mrs. C. W. Oliphant went by planeto The courtesy was a complete I Stephens, Vasllios Toulls, Gabor Mn. Sallie Keen, 77 of St. Cloud,: Ing movies and opera tin,.a snack
High School. : beautician's school In West Atlanta Sunday where Mrs. Wilson surprise to the honorees. Mrs. Da Tcmmle, John Tatum, Wilma Tur- died thjre Sunday.:: She was the sisf bar at the Community Center on
She Is currently employed with Palm Beach. Is scheduled for heart surgeryat vis was presented with a bouquet i beville Marvin S. Waters Lydia Mrs. H. C. Avant and aunt of tha reservation.
Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency Mr. Harris attended Clewiston: I Emory University Hospital. and with a bridal veil, which she Walker, Alex Wiggins, Mary E. Mi'3. Marcia Cox, Mrs. Charlotte
Father and Mrs. Cox wore during the little I
and he at Clewiston Motor Company High School and: is an employee Lloyd are ceremony. Zglener.
if U.S. moving this week to Cape Coral, The Stars made plans for a Patients admitted: I
Wedding plans will be announced Date Sugar for tha Corporation wedding will be I where they have purchased a Pancake Day to be held on Feb Jan. 10-Hamp; Hathcock.Jan. .
'I 5th in the
home ruary Masonic HallIt
lat yr, announced later. 11-G a bo Tommie <( Mrs. John B. Boy and Miss is planned to serve pancake Prices
Betsy Boy were guests of Mrs. meals all day. Details will be announced ), Charlie Pollard (Moore Haven Clearance
Hospital.Mr. ), Frances C'lerrod (Moore Haven
Dave Click in Palm Beach Friday
and Mrs. Dewey Greene of and Saturday.Mr. ), Vasilios Toulis.
I Personals I Princeton, Ind, have arrived at and Mrs. Joe B. Hendry of Jan. 12 Mrs. Temple Hogan
the Cewiston: Inn for their annual Miami came to Clewlston in their Gary Moorman Is (Moore Haven1', Mrs. Hazel Robinson LADES; SHOES special table
winter visit. yacht, the "Dry Hen" last week- (Moore Haven).
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Egley were Mr. and Mrs. George Prewitt of end. They entertained a party of On Merit ListGary I Jan. 13 Mrs. Wm. Barfield,
In Winter Haven Sunday visitingher I Eay St. Louis and Mrs. Julia Watson friends at dinner aboard the yacht Demmie Hester, Alez Willins, Mrs.
sister, Mrs. T. W. Griffith, of Columbus Miss., arrived and a trip across the lake to Pa- Moorman has been placedon Buddy Shuman (Frostproof), John of shoes greatly reduced
who is ill in the Winter Haven Thursday for a visit with their vkee and return the fall merit list at Georgia I Tatum.

--I Military College, MilledgevUle,I Jan. 14-Wilma Turbeville Eliz
I Ga., where he is freshman In high abeth Dyal, Margie Stephens, Jim- REG. K.99 TO 18.99 NOW
school. my Lycano, Carolyn Morrison
The merit list is comparable to (Moore Haven), Joyce Patterson.Jan. .
honor rolls or dean's lists In other 15-Roy Bowen (LaBelle), :
1VIEW usm schools, and students must makea Elizabeth McCormick, Claudia Davidson 1.99 to $4.99
average In his studies to Al Patterson, Vera D.
have his name Included on the Maddox, Lydia Walker (Moore
list.Gary I Haven).
Is the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Patients discharged: YOU'LL RECOGNIZE TilE BRANDS!IMen's

CARS OF ALL MAKESFor A. L. MO rman, Jr. I Jan. 10-Evelyn Ward, Lee Anna

BIRTHSMr. I Hall Wellington Zippered Boots
I Jan. 11 Mrs. Alberta Taylor,
Sale at Clewiston Auto Sales and Mrs. Rafael Prendez Geraldine Albritton and baby,

nounce the birth of a an-/, /Jayne Parsons, ( Idella Kelly, ONE OF A SIZE, BLACK
Ana Dolores at Belle Glade Dewey Tompkins, Jesse Fretwell.
Financing can be arranged on all cars. morial! Hospital on Sunday, Jan. 6. Jan. 12 -LHlle Leltner, Homer
Mr. ind: M-<. Wm. L. FarfieJ: Billie Arthur McDowell.Jan. REGULAR $19.95, NOW
., are the parents of a son born at' .
O In 4%% add interest 13-Mattle Clark.
new cars, on Hendry General Hospital on Sunday
Jan. 13th. The baby weigh Jan. 14-Demmie Hester, Sally
(includes credit life insurance) ed seven pounds. John ola. Jennings Kelly, Billy Osce- 94.95PARKINSON'S
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll V. Turbe-

O See us for your next car. ville are the parents of a daughter .
Sherrl Ann, born Monday Jan-
uary 14, at Hendry General Hospital PIZZA

Make Car New Used weighing seven pounds, eight
Any or ounces. DEPT. STOREGrocery
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Morrison Sugarland Pharmacy ;
III of Moore Haven announce the
birth of a son, Michael Warren, YU 2-3311
Ucwistou Auto SalesG. who was born Monday, January ---
14, at Hendry General Hospital.
The baby weighed fins pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Shuman of:
Frostproof are the parents of a
E. Etherton YU 3-2341 girl Teresa Ann, born( Sunday,,
January 13 at Hendry General Hos FRANK'S
A. W. Waldron 841 E. Sugarland Hwy.Clewiston pita The baby weighed seven Market
pounds, six ounces.
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stephens are
the parents of a girl, born Monday
January 14, weighing six pounds, o HOME OWNED AND OPERATED
12 ounces. She has not yet been
Ph. YU 3.1401 o WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3.1401



Vssllles Toulls, formerly of
Free VaccinationAGAINST : Clewiston, will be represented in
the 158th annual exhibition Ameri-
BAKERITE 3 Ibs. 69
can Water Colors, Prints and
Dawings, January 18th to! March
RABIESIs 3rd, sponsored: jointly by the Pennsylvania -
Academy of the Fine Arts
and the Philadelphia Water Color WEBBS N. B. C.
Club. His entry, an etching titled:

Slayer of Sooth. The gallery is located Rice _ _ 3-lb. bag 490 Saltines _ __ Lb. 290
at Broad and Cherry Streets,
offered for all animals whose owners register them Philadelphia.

with the city and purchase city dog tag for $1.00 VIENNA 3RAVO

Sausage __ __ 2 for 250 Corned Beef ___ Can 390

Veterinarian will be at the City Fire Station Sat. r FORTY IS THE A6C WHEN BLUE PLATE 303 CAN

urdays, Jan. 12, 19 and 26 from 1:00 p.m. to A HERSELF WOMAN ON STOPS THE PATTING BACK Mayonnaise-------. 590 Tomatoes --w-w-- 3 for 350 ,

p.m. /

White Potatoes. Can 100 String Beans __ _ Can 100

Bring your pet and avoid impounding fee.

Tuna Fish _ _ 2 for 690 Peaches ___ __ 4 for 890

all dogs and domestic
City ordinance WESTERN U.S. GOOD .

animals to be vaccinated and tagged. Sirloin and Steak. Lb. $1.09FRESHLY
92.< T- ono + ... ._ ___ __ __ __ __

Brakes Relined

Chuck Roast _ __ Lb.490 Hamburger .. 2-lbs. $1.00WHOLE

City Of Clewiston


Pork Loin Roast Lb. 490 Fryers pan ready Lb. 39Thrrrsday..tanuary ;


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Page Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewleton, Florida -

South Fla. Fair Will Open candy sphere, on sugared the Midway apples, of sideshow cotton HARLEM Hendry General Harlem NewsEvents

I barkers, thrill shows, whirling ferris -
wheels and myriads of young HospitalPatients

i Next. ___ Week_ _ In West Palm Beach people aged 3 to 00 who will be remaining: Eddie Bubter
n trying their hands at the various Leslie BaIley, Harold Blake, Colored CommunityMRS.
contests and shooting galleries. and News Of Our
Mary Brewster, Vernon Baugh,
Ribbon cutting ceremonies to ture displays that are as varied as
at 10 Friday morn- the Mercury capsule in South Florida's most prized beef Susie Beckton Georgian Cofield,
take space
place a.m. Editor
( dairy and poultry will be luring Clarence Dixon David Dehaney, JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored
ing at the entrance to the South which fair visitors will! be able to
city youngsters, while concerts by Malcolm Davis, Geo. Dennis, Chris-
Florida Fair and Exposition Fairground look; to wild animals of the Everglades 3-1258
school bands and Phone
high topher Evans Benj. Graham Vin-
/* in West Palm Beach will who will be looking In upon "
open the area's biggest recreational the "caged" fair goers. displays will be attracting the cent Headlcy, Cleo Hinds, Emma
during visiting country boys and girls Kelsey, James Long, Joe Langley -
and educational 25th The great display of space technology from the 12 participating counties.A Harold Hall, Christopher Johnson Notes From YouthDepartment Harlem Academy
the week of January ParadeOn
I Homecoming
commercial products, and Beauty Queen contest, speed- James Long, Joe Langley I
I through February 2nd. educational exhibits for which the way auto races, volunteer fire- Lenard Martin, Victor Tobias, Chapel Program

I Reputed: to be the most varied South Florida Fair has become men's tournament, fireworks, cookIng Steadman Thomas, Dudley Willery TapThe The Youth Department of the
lOth Grade Jan 11, IMS
i and entertaining fair In the South famous will! form an interesting schools and scores of other Lena Williams, Keith Webster, West Palm Beach District of the The Master
i the week long exhibition will fea- ntrast to the old time fair atmo- events will be crammed into Fair Clinton White. faculty and student body of AME Church held their district program: of cere-
the entire Harlem Academy family monies, Albert Pope; devotion!
--------------- week which last year drew over Patients admitted: at New Bethel AME ;
; .J- I troduction Albert
I extend invitation to the publicto Pope;
Gt toJfi tolt itJ**!)*!***** I 1115,000: sightseers to the grounds i Jan. 9-Harry Barnett, Georgian Church Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. The Savage Indians :
i ______ participate in what promisedto Larry Tooks'American
Cofield Mattie Flnner, Lenard Theme: Train up a child In the
Martin, Gussie Mae Mixon, Elnora be the best Homecoming paradeand he should and when he Is Pioneers, Paul Jones;:
Club Records games in the history of the way go Early Inventions, Albert Pope and
I SOUTH FLCRIDAIIII1 McKinney Victor Tobias, Stead- old, he will not depart from it. Elizabeth Bobo
school. The parade will begin at ; song, Climb Every
man Thomas Willery. 6th )
Dudley (Prov 22 chapter, verse. chorus
4.00 afternoon, January ;
1 100% AttendanceRotary Jan. 11-Irene Brown, Vincent 21:, forming on the southline Opening song Jesus Keep Me Biographies: George Washington
Headley George Dennis. Near the Cross, New Bethel AME:
behind the The Jessie Tolbert and F.
Jan. 12-Harold Blake, Christopher street gym. general Matt.. 5th chapter, 1-12 Williams;
I I Fireworks Club scored a 100 per I parade route is to proceedeast scripture Joan of Arc, Bernice Pope and
Johnson, Joe Langley.Jan. chaplain
Mr. Earl Mixon,
beauty contest j cent attendance In Its first Janu- on Alabama Street to First verses, Elizabeth Bobo; Instrumental selection
i 13 Harold Hall, Louise West Palm Beach, Fla.: chant,
1 It ary meeting, starting an attendance Avenue; west on Tennessee, cross F. Williams, R. Patrick,
Stock car races Washington Clinton White. Lord's Prayer" selection,
Home "The ; L. P. Jones
contest with the Belle In front of Reddlck's Funeral Tooks ; Benjamin
Jan. 14-EddIe Butler, Clarence 'St. West Palm
I I I show | Glade Rotarians. This week there and continue east on Alabama to Paul AME Church Franklin, Winnie Sheard and Russell
tooking Dixton, Emma Kelsey, Lena Wil- : Beach selection, Hurst AME
School! were two absences but members liams. the front lawn of the school. ; selection, I Tate: Babe Ruth, Mildred!
Riviera Beach
have !in whichto the again Church ; Brown and AIfonza Coleman
a seven-day period Highlighting parade ; trio
; Jan. 15-Llllle Mae Reid.
|JANUARY 25 -- FEBRUARY 2 make up attendance at a near- Patients Discharged: this year will be the Marching Allen Chapel selection AME Church, St., Riviera Paul-! L. Weekley M. Evans and Y'
by club. President Carlos Dickey Wildcats of Harlem Academy. ; Dula; Langton Hughes, William
Jan. 9-Lorenzo Daniels, Austin
Beach selection -
announced that the two local teams : Other bands will Include Baker AME Church, Delray ; Harris and Albert
11000 EXHIBITS AND THRILLS 1000$ Forbes, Ladell Tracy, Charlie Wil- Mt. Zion AIdE Church, Pope, B. Pope;
Adults 75c-Studentsa JJ)50c-Children 25c headed by Frank Polhill and Gene liams. Academy of Punta Gorda, BookerT. George Washington Carver Mildred .
( ) ) Fuller also within of Moore Haven, Belle Glade; selection, Payne Brown and
are competing Washington Bobby Canty
Follow the red I Jan. Alexander Nash Wil- West Palm ;
arrows Church
) Chapel
club for attendance and of Pahokee
the honors. East Lake our Gettysburg Address, Bernice Pope.
I Open Daily 10 .m.-SunJay 1 p.m. Joe M. Hall program chairmanhas liam Miles, Charles Cornelius. Homecoming opponents. In addi- Beach; offering; selection St. Paul Instructor Mr. H. V. Burrows.
U S 98 West Palm Beach series of Jan. l1-Oeo. Small. Clinton Ros- bands will! AME Church, Boynton Beach; selection -
J: >IS } arranged a programs wess, Vincent Edwards. tion to these spectacular
in which local Rotarians discuss be colorful floats, marching units Mt. Zion AME Church, Bry- Church
I Jan. 12-John Clark, Geo. Brady, NewsNew
their business or profession or related and other parade pieces from the ant.Election
subjects.Dr. Irene Brown, Alvin Brown Cor- school, community and other sup of officers for 1963; remarks Bethel AME Church, Rev.
nelius Hazle, EUinoe McKinney,
by visiting ministers (three L. Holmes, pastor.
L. G. Vaughn told of the '' porters.
Lloyd Stewart Victor Wollaster, minutes) remarks, Mrs. Lllla Sunday school, 9:30 Mr.
duties of an optometrist at the 'I' The evening activities will in- ; : a.m. H.
first meeting and Gene Fuller discussed -, Clinton White. clude three basketball games, an- Wright, district president. L. McKire, supt
: ONE POLICY Jan. 13-Mattie Clark. Honorary churches: Macedonia Morning worship, 10:55
the Florida Recreation Association other first for our fans. The crown- : a.m.
and Amature AthleticUnion' Jan. 14-Mattie Flnney, Gussie Ing of Miss Homecoming will come AME. Boca Raton; Bethel AME, Evening worship, 7 p.m.
M. Mixon, Harold Barnett.Jan. Deerfield Beach Grant Chapel Class meeting
; Tuesday nightRehearsals
physical fitness program after the second game.
ONE LOW PREMIUM In the second meeting. Fuller said 15-Henry Lee Davis. It Is Important that you line your AME, Lake Worth; Bethel AME for choris Wednes-

adults as well as youth could profIt parade unit up early as the parade Pahokee; Mt. Zion AME, South day and Thursday nights, reaper

by a physical fitness and community P. T. A. NotesThe will begin to move at 4 o'clock. Bay; benediction.A tively.

i Provides Life Insurance on All Membersof recreation program. regular meeting of the PTA We are certain that you will be The fourth Sunday In January is

will! be held Monday night, Jan. on hand to witness this spectacle.In Look Back Into Rally Day and all members are
Your Family under New Family Plan Hendry County 27, 1963. All members are askedto the evening attend the basket- asked to please pay $5.00 and all

be present at 8 p.m. ball games where you will be serv- HistoryA clubs and boards are asked to pay

Sales Tax Soars Plans are being made for a $500 ed "Hawkstew, another Wildcat $10.00 each.
Collection of the 3 cent sales product." wise Dr. A. A. Wilder, presiding! elderof
See per financial drive and every memberIs man once said "We live
j ,, tax continues to soar in Hendryand asked to be present to receive by looking ahead but we grow by the Palm Beach District of the
t( Glades counties according to instructions and information. Personal MentionMr. looking back." Take a look In your AME Church will hold his first

reports from the office of Ray E. Mrs. Annie Mitchell President scrapbook or family album or quarterly conference at the church
Ransom Joe and
stepdaughter Sunday, Jan. 20, 1963. All boards
Green, state comptroller. Local photo of yourself took months or
Miss Jeanette Brumfield
Beardsley Nash observer. credit the expansion of $3,305.83, a whopping 55 per cent the weekend in Sarasota Fla.spent They even years ago. Then you can see and auxiliaries are asked to makea
the sugar industry with the much Increase over the $2,127.86 of the what the philosopher meant when written and financial report
were the guests of his mother Mrs. .._
greater than state average gain of same month a year earlier. he said "We live by looking
Eliza Joe, who has been ill, but
Insurance Agency the two counties. The state gain for the month much improved at this time. ahead and grow by looking back." OBITUARYFuneral

... Hendry county's sales tax collections was approximately 8 per cent. Only by looking back can tell you services for the late Mr.

Tour Independent Agent reported to the comptroller Gasoline tax gain in each of the The many friends of Mrs. Susie how you have grown as a person Walter Jackson were conducted
Serve YOU First !In December (on November retail two counties was approximately 4 and how your country has grownas Sunday afternoon
I Bsckton regret very much to heart at 1 p.m. at the
sales) was $19,477, an increaseof per cent for the same month: com- a whole. First
209 EUut Sngmrland Highway her illness and: are sorry to Baptist Church, Shawnee
39 per cent above that of the lared with a year earlier. knew that she Is confined to lIen- The sophomore class recreated: Farm, Rev. O. Didley, pastor and
Clewiston. Fla. Phone TCkon S-7M1 same month a year earlier. ----- In actions and In words some ofthe
officiating. The
I try General Hospital.: "Get Well body was laid to
Glades County sales tax collec- Angus Sale Includes I historical events and
Wishes" are sent her way for an peopleof rest in the Booker T. Washington
tions during the same month were earlier times. We
are celebrating Memorial
early recovery.We Cemetery, Clewiston.
Stitt Ranch Animal '
I / the 100th Anniversary of the Young's Harlem Funeral Home in

w: ( More than 80 head of regliVred I also send "Get Well Wishes" Emancipation Proclamation Act charge of remains.
I I Angus bulls will sell In the Third t} Mrs. Mary Brewster for an which freed Negroes from slavery.

"nvitation Bull: Sale] of the Florida early recovery. She is also! confined Therefore, we thought It was In-
I Angus Association at Bartow tomorrow : to: Hendry General Hospital. ducive at this time to display to Mamie's

1963 RAMBLER WINS according to chairman, I the audience how our country and Style CenterNew
Leonard Balaban of B:>ntfay. Church members and friends of people have grown In knowledgeand

Scott Wilson Macon, Ga., is auctioneer Mrs. Lena Williams are very sorryto behavior. Stock of Girl's Dresses
I in the sale starting at 1 hear of her illness and pray Shorts, and Slim Jims
i'' p.m. in Bartow Livestock Market. that her stay at Hendry General 242 Alabama Street

"CAR OF THE WAR"AWARDfrom Chartrand's Motel is headquarters will be a short one. District P. T. A. NotesThe Mrs.
for the sate and the "Get Acquainted Mamie McDanJd.

Dinner" following.Stitt Miss Louise Jones, the daughter 13th annual session of Dis- Proprietor
Ranch, Clewiston, is one of of Mrs. Laura Jones Washington trict 8 of the Florida Branch of

the registered consignors of sale I was admitted to Hendry General Colored Parents and Teachers con

MotorTrend Magazine animals. Sunday afternoon. We hope that vened Saturday Jan. 12, 1963 at
she is much improved at this time. the Chester A. Moore Elementary
In The Armed Forces School. Fort Pierce, Fla.; Mr. H. Harlem Garagenow
I J. Broxton
I .
f Each year the automobile Industry eagerly awaits the selection of one car as Thomas L. Fearcy sonarman We extend wishes for an early following principal.The open for
to Mrs. Mattie program was car-
recovery Finney,
'Car of the Year' by Motor Trends Impartial experts. For 1963, this most-wanted, third. class. USN, son of DouglasG. Moore Haven Fla., and Mrs. ried out In dteail: businessElbert
t Pearcy of Clewiston, is serving
Georgians Cofield, LaBelle, Fla., song. Leaning On the
hardest-to-get honor goes to Rambler...'/ r outfandlng, design achievement and aboard the radar picket destroyer both are confined to Hendry Gen Everlasting Arms: scripture and Allen, Jr.
USS Kenneth D. Bailey, cur- Rev.
prayer R. J. diffln Phone YU
; engineering'"d"II/ 'Read why Rambler won this prized award over all other cars. rently in the Mediterranean with eral. Trinity, (tune America); welcome; eons, 2-6248

the Sixth Fleet. C. A. Moore
principal, Mr. H. J.
The Bailey recently visited Cag- BIRTHS Broxton; greetings, Mrs. Idella

1 liari. Sardinia, where more than Mr. and Mrs. Rayfield Dixon Jr., Green, president C.A. Moore, PTA;
200 persons visited the ship. are the proud parents of a son, greetings Mrs. Breeze
Here are some of the experts' "A good safety derice. Self- Annie L. Davis, In Sundry
i't who was born December 11th at president Indian River Council
\ reasons: adjuatlngbrakesanddualmasterew Hendry General Hospital. The! introduction of speaker ; Congenial Hospitality
: : ".'\ styling is based on cylinders.. ,if one system fails PIZZASugarland baby weighed seven pounds, two: Powell, president Means Mrs Helen Court Snacka Cold Drinks, Ice Cram

I : I Ian,clean lines that are apparent ; the other brings the car to a ounces, and has been named Ray-' PTA; speaker Mrs. Ruth Schooley, Costume Jewelry

,' from almost any angle." safe stop." Pharmacy field Jr. president Dan McCarty PTA; musical Mrs I:8.le: Cosmetic Ma

"Motor Trend's Cars of the .. "Trunk Is large Low load Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leonard selection Mrs. Annie Little: Mrs Alma Oeorf* Patrick, ', surf llJulia'

[ ,; : Year prove their mettle in ac- ing lip makes simple to load." YU 2.3311 Cummings of of Moore Haven are response; 10:1S-11:30.: : business season
parents born
a daughter, December Mrs.
i ; Wilester Moore
,'I "Our Classic with the 1st vice
tual testing, confirm their engineering 15 In Hendry General Hospital president, presiding!
I ; topics of discussion
excellence reliability ti rugged, ohv in-line Six. gave weight 7 pounds. 2 ounces. PTA Objectives.

sturdiness and performance." high of mpghlghwaycruiB-; She has been named Burnett.Mr. 1:00: p.m. afternoon session:

"Quality has always been one of AmerIng mixed city and freeway gave 23.4." -uinfrPlall": an dMrs. Otis McKInnon are Mrs Louise Taylor, 2nd vice presIdent Beauty Nook

ican :Motors' largest selling points." "A sportier more performance-oriented parents of a daughter Catherine, presiding! ; dosing prayer, EXCLUSIVE: HAIR STYLES:
who born In
was Mrs.
Hendry General Emma
I "In unitized bodies,which American Moftbirle., the Ambassador V-8 should satisfy Howard Spinets Hospital December 16th, weigh In attendance Jackson.from Personal Care-To Your Hair

tors pioneered, this latest design represents the wants of the Rambler buyer who Mirror "Studios" ing seven pounds, 12 ounces. mentary school, LaBelle Daniels', Fla Eta Mr*. Julia Mae sake

t a real advancement. biggest single reafavorl performance." $325.00 were Mrs. George Ann Smith. PTA. Proprietor

son ,,'e chose Rambler Car of the Year." "There isn't any pitch or choppiness no- president; Mrs. Lauretta Burnette,

"This new construction method results ticeable even on rough roads." Band Parents ClubThe secretary: ; Mrs. Mary Anderson,

in a unit so strong it'll take punishment "Summing up .. it looks like the new LAKE Band Parents Club will hold member teacher.On and Mrs. Lois R. Thomas, -

longer and naturally hold its resale value" Rambler will be an even better buy than APPLIANCE its regular meeting in the library the menu Elite
was fried
"The Interiors of both the Classic and it has been in previous years." tonight (Thursday Jan. 17)) at 8 macaroni and cheese chicken, Cafe and
I Ambassador are roomy and comfortable... Why don't you look at the 1963 Rambler? Ph. YU 2-7131: p.m. All members are asked to be yams, collard greens, corn candied bread,

f offer plenty of legrqpm." est- elling Rambler ever built I Ittmbln present. cake tea or coffee. GroceryHome



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FOR RENTBedroom with prix wish to say, jJ
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PART TIME telephone survey started many years ago
BEDROOM, private bath and private In January. Give phone number. Addition Phono YU 2-7361

entrance. Gentleman only. Prefer a private line. Not a sellIng When they showed me how to usea I
learn to play Phone YU 32801. Jan24c Including hoe.
I GUARANTEE you job. Air mall letter

the organ In 30 days or your TENEMOS CUARTOS PARA AL- education work experience and d
money refunded. Tour choice of QUILA. Telefono 2-6881, W. E. names of references to American They taught me how to pray, I

Hammond Organ and lesson In Bailey 315 Este El Paso, Clewis- Research Bureau, Field Staff Department 1 And loved me, I know, every day.
dewlston for 30 days only $23. ton. tfc Beltsville. Maryland. STATEMENT OF CONDITION '
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We were Impressed at the
CHERISHED PHOTOS taken at RECEP1'IONIST-Alsistant in pro- "swearing In" of the newly organIzed When I needed them and love the
your convenience. Weddings, fessional office. Call YU 22081. ( Clewlston Youth Board last most CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS
miscellaneous for 5a1
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*. For appointment call YU- and seriousness of the but both.
yon 32461. CAPITOL PHOTO HELP WANTED youngsters who compose this AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONAfter J I

STYLE SHOP. tffl BOAT FOR SALE-16 ft hardtop board. They gave me a foundation that
convertible cruiser. Evtnrude They are' the same enthusiastic, will never fall,,
and .t
boys girls
electric motor. Complete with bunk bubbling : you see
SHAMPOO MACHINE. Does a hither and between Love, faith and self respect, mostof
cushions, running lights, electric dashing yon
good Job. Town Paint & Hardware.FebSc horn compass, speedometer, win open for ROUTE semi-retired in this man area or is classes basketball games, home all.I December 31, 1962

dows, window screens, canvas and other activities. '
lady. Many semi-retired people are
W. G. PERRY, Tax Consultant cover completely encloses for sleep- They are undertaking to help Informing know that I can never repay, ASSETS ,

Complete Income Tax Service .. in,. Heavy duty trailer. Ideal for ,earning $50 on to time$100 devoted per week to the depending schedules of activities In I Except maybe in one small way: First Mortgage Loans .. .__.__........._.._..___._-_.-$ 1.885,727 1
._ ._ .
and of the Loans on Savings Accounts 32344.77
YU 2-7841. and Phone which the boys girls '''''' ''
Phone fishing skiing camping. business. Maybe you can qualify. community will participate under Thank both for what I have Investments and Securities ........_... 223600.00
4/15C YU 2-7791. JanSlc you
For personal Interview in your of Clewlston Rec. Cash on Hand and In Banks .__--- 190,231.76 4
the direction the today,
area write J. M. McGarity, Willis- Office Building and Equipment:
I; NEW CABLE SPINET PIANO 16' SPORTCRAFT boat. 40 h.p. ton, Fla. Jan31c reation Department.It Self-respect, a clear outlook on Less Depreciation .___._._._._._. 32831.82 ,
Was $695. Now $595. Terms. Evinrude motor and boat trail is good to see ,this gradual life, Deferred Charges and Other Assets ---- 8,295.97
Holdridge Music Center, Clewlston. er. Call YU 24071. tfc i spreading of responsibility and the i
.. Feb6c AA-QUALIFIED man or woman for assuming of leadership in their A wonderful son and a loving wife. f 2379032.16 r

FOR SALE Parrakeeta, $2.00 established route work. Will own affairs under the direction or
train. Can earn $30 or more per I e e e III
of adult .
ATTENTIONProspective birds guidance sponsors.If
African lovebirds
Mynah ,
up. day. Write MR. HEATH Box 2768, The members of Beta Sigma Phi LIABILITIES

monkey, cages, supplies.Pet DeSoto Station, Memphis 2, Tenn. I you watch our communityyear Sorority, who are not so many Savings Accounts ...... .....___ $ 2029272.73
home buyers (or boarding. Thompson Wild Janl7pREALESTATI by year you will see this years beyond Teen Agers them Loans in Process ...._.__.._. 97943.29
commercial). I am seeking employment Animal Farm. Phone YUkon change and you will know It Is for selves, are looking seriously into Other Liabilities .._.__..._.____ 39948.85
can save you many $$$ 2-1236. tfc the better. A program; FOR youths the matter for organizing a Hospital Specific Reserves ._..__._____.. 2793.27
can handle planning, loan procedures to be successful In reaching those General Reserves ..._.__...____. 183923.09
and complete construction.Write 1POR SALE Payroll envelopes whom the adults most want it to I The immediate Auxiliary unit past in president Clewiston.of Surplus .. ____ ............--..... '_"._"_". 25.148,93 209,072
George Kendall, Box 785, printed with form for social \ reach, must also: bo a programBY
I the State Association of Hospital
Clewiston Fla. janSlp security, withholding and other youths. The Recreation Department -I Auxiliaries, spoke to the $ 2,379,032.16
deductions. Box of 000. Clevrt- recognizes this and the I group
list night and the members will
ton New. Office Youth Board I Is one cf the better
RENT A PIANO! FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen I signs of the times In Clewiston. I now decide whether to go for- I
ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS home 303!! E. Sagamore, Clewis, a III a aWe ward with proposed plans to es-

(ONLY $8 MONTH) Guaranteed. $19.95 down, $14.04 ton. Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven do cot: often: succumb to the I i-bllsh an auxiliary.

All rent applies to purchase per month. LAKE APPLANCE. or YU 2-6301 Clewlston. Jan31c urge to 'ubllsh poetry. The following -I ." .

Private Lessons Free Music Ph. YU 27151.: tfc bit is by an anonymous I The Hendry General Hospital Isa Real Estate

Your choice of any Wurlitzer REAL ESTATE Clewlston lad, who not long ago! community Institution In whichall
PANGOLA HAY for sale Schmidt '
Holdridge Music Center Ranch, first place east of Clew 3-BEDROOM 2-bath frame. North was one of the "vou:sa" referredto ::! In the area should take great Exchanges Rent Leases Sales
Francisco at OkeechobeeYU Iston. Janl7c : side. Excellent condition. Kitchen I above. We publish the poem because pride. Many organizations assistIn Auctions
24891Clewiston completely furnished. Large lot; it Is an expression of the various ways,-such as ChrIst- AppraisalsFIVE
Feb6cPR FOR SALE 3-piece child's play shade and fruit trees. A real home.I freshness and sincerity we referred mas decorations remembering the
set, has stove refrigerator, sink. FOR SALE-Northside 126 feet to above. A connoisseur of ill with flowers and visits, sewing RENTAL UNITS 1300.00 Income 'per month V711
trade for property: or anything of value
Ace 7-12. Beautiful All three $18. frontage. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath literature might find fault with the needed articles etc. It seems thatit 500 ft. FRONTAGE on US 27. Rental Houses. Read stand
Call YU 27230. tfc CBS new Immaculate, $20,000. way some of the lines! scan but would be advantageous to channel and Trailer' Park. Terms.

: : ,RENT... Business Opportunity NORTHSIDE 0 bedroom frame never with the s nl.n': nt of the I all these efforts into a single Motel centrally air' conditioned. Living Quarters. Attrac-
10000. I verse: group, to that all hospital needs tive Term
OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITYto NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom, frame, MAMA AND DADDY might be met, and without dupllu !- EXCELLENT PROPERTII near: new cement plant site Alva.

lease major oil Co. service station $9,000. Both so kind and strong to me. on. TWO FURNISHED Houses In LaBelle. Choice location on
FOR RENT Trailers and Trail with 1 Bedroom CBS duplex, $9,950.: I city: water.'
er spaces Royal Palm Trailer garage and display room. 2 Bedroom CBS 12500. SECTION OF LAND Just off proposed Naples Ft. Lauder- "\
Good location
on Highway 27 in
Park. Phone YU 2-2603 tfo S Bedroom frame, $7,500.: dale Iliway. $65 per acre
Clewiston. We will train a qualifiedman 300 ACRES NEW HOME Close to Owlston. Improvedand
FOR RENT 2 and 3 room and pay while training. Tele- Acreage a* available. fenced.' Suitable for cane, farming cattle
furnished apartment hone phone WYman 6-2033, Belle Glade, COUNTRY HOME. 10 acres. 3 bed. 10 ACRE RANCIIETTE, cattle, wells fully: equipped 3 BR
2-12" tfa.asarssrs.rss..rrrrrrr Fla. Jan31p room CBS constructed. Completely Home. !Make Excellent chicken and err farm. Close In.

.. '....... furnished. TV. Freezer. Cattle. TRAILER PARK, 1500 month Income; financing available.
rra.arr.r..rr.r.r. Fenced. 3 miles out. Paved state Air' conditioned 3 bedroom home.
: road. All conveniences Ideal site 1700 ACRES 65.00 per acre.
325 FHA HOMES in Palm Beach, USED 8x38 two bedroom house traDer 1350.00 down. Bat
1i 1---------------------------i Broward and Dade counties; $41 per month.
various sizes and prices. Small BEAUTIFUL CBS HOME with many extras. Term.
cash 90 ACRE RANCH with home and tenant house and barn.
r All in improved pasture, fenced, cross fenced and ditched. 3
FOR RENT-- tt miles from Clewlston on paved road.
SEE US FORBOITLED Efficiencies and houses as
WALDRON'SMEATS but the M For Rent6ROOM -
Hot water no soaps '
GAS available. AIR CONDITIONED HOME. Completely furnish
hair shampoo and rinses! "
AND GROCERIES Over 1,000 vacant Iota to select toothpaste, shaving supplies} I ed. No pets.If "
AppliancesSalesService from for all purpose. Various to go with It these we have :yon have not bad the results :you think you should have '
prices. had selling your property: try an auction. We will arrange all
Buy the finest brands at reasonable
Open 7 A.M. 8 PJI. .
Investment and Income property. prices at -'-; the details and handle the sale. Satisfaction guaranteed.
LONG TERM low interest farm I Cash buyer wants small tract close to Clewlston. If you
POWER GASCORPORATION SEVEN DAYS A WEEK cane, grove and ranch mortgages have a small piece of land two to ten acres-please call.
For Your Spur of Moment PIcnics minimum 50000. R L
Four Miles East of Clewlston
030 East Sugarland Highway
CALL COLLECT Fire Auto and General Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
South Bay WY 65521WANTED I Bare Beach Insurance Across from Fair Grounds i

Ciewiatot6 Fla._Phone 2-2161 RHAR IVIACY I YUkon 2-3421 Clewiston, Fla. J JIf

Attention CattlemenNow DEMAND CHEATER THAN Phone VlTJion 2-8311 ClewlJlltn1l, n. no answer! phone 1-4371 '
EVER for houses acreage, busi
nesse.. We have customers wait I -=---------=- ,
CustomersNO Is the time to consolidate -
List with vs.
ing. your property ,I'
your debts with a long term farm J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU I
27501.tfc II
loan, low Interest rate, with I

EXPERIENCENECESSARY Federal Land BankSee _NO for DOWN house on PAYMENT your lot See required Henry :r..Ssving\lalue in Breathtaking 'Package I ;. At'

McDuffle, R. 2, Box 46, Moore }
Jordan & Pridgen or Haven Janl7c.


Bradenton, Florida a nice two-bedroom home witha
Title & Abstract Co. 14x30 foot business room. 210

Title Abstracts-Title Insurance West Ventura Street Phil Davis

Public Stenographer Shoe Repair Clewlston, Fla. s
Photocopying Duplicating EVINRUDESales Janl7c
Bridge\ St. and Park Ave. I
UB<:lie. Fla. P. O. Box 646

ORange 6-3261 and ServiceNew PUBLIC NOTICE ,

Motor > Y
and Used
Hardware ,
Marine I II II Ij
Palm Beach Post The Hendry County Board of
Parts and Accessories County CommliMoner will accept I
bid until January Strd, IMS at T.SO
and TimesMRS. Marine Safety Equipment p.m. on the Installation. of two 1100 j
-oan- Phone YUkon S-6211 gallon icptlo tank to sere the
county build In.. In I+B.Ila, Florida.
rooms DAVIS Hun and pacification and In.
YU 3-2621 R. E. WALDRON traction to bidder are availableat --- a I 1
the Courthouse In LaBelle, Fla.

For prompt. Efficient Tampa Tribune "N-aU Chairman I
Home delivery Jan. 10. 17. 1055xoTlCll. I ,

east of Atlantlo and Ft. Myers Sealed l bid will b* received by
Royal Palm the Hendry County Hospital Authority -
Call Bobby Giddens pltal In Clewliton Florida until -

YU s-mi W.Home a CAMPBELL Delivery 1161 100 p.m.for on.Tneiday.central dictating February 1.*-, Crisp new styling U only a clue to the appeal of the ,. &? '

Phone 2-2791 tern: to operate In connection with Oldsmobile) Dynamic Oldamobile's lowest-priced V 1
.. dictating --r-
the pr
equipment. full-ske series, it bouts 280-h.p. Rocket V-8. c"fourcoilspring

at Detailed the Hendry*p clflcatlon General*Ho.pltal are on file In comfort plus the quality you look O L D S M O -I

HATHCOCK'SSTTAATION clWHBNrRT"'cotnrrT' for In a car labeled"Oldamobile'M! Check a L-ynamlc 88

SERVICE AUTHORITY HOSPITAL for size (and value) at your Old mo'ile Dealer's. today I r..,.', *10.I1I.. ,.rI." ..... ...,*. cc OlflflOlllffSK
AUTO by Dan McCarthy, Chairman 1.
PHONES 2-1341
Jan.CN-.lJI 17, 1M1_ .______________ YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OlDSMOWU QUALITY DEALER -----------

Never dose

People Read taETMORE oR our M: ... ao ) "Chuck" Wells Motor Company I1nursday ;

1b A Clewis ton Fla. YUkon 2-4501 Is

THE CLEWISTOM NEWS You Are I MOVIE! W. Sugarland Hwy. Y, i



N, Thursday January 17. Ipp
Pale Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Florida --

Parole Commission state.prison The costing remainder the state were 13.25 In Freeze Damage (Income Tax Folks Feb. 9 Is FFA Day At

each to feed, house and guard,

I Reports ActivitiesFlorida while expense the for Parole supervision Commission was 37 Deductible For Offer It is time Their lor Floridians Help to file !Florida State Fair AND WHEN I GRADUATE, THE

cents convict.
I per their 1932 Income tax returns, NEW
parole authorities report 1 WARRANTY ON MY PLYMOUTHWILL
"During this past year our staff Laurie W. Tomlinson district director More than 5.000 Future Farmers
they were called on for -
I investigations in 65 per cent was able to obtain Jobs for 297 Citrus GrowersCitrus of Internal Revenue for of America will have their big STILL BE IN EFFECTI I
Florida said today. annual special day at the Florida
convicts otherwise eligible for parole -
of the 5,739 felony case disposedof
Monday: of each week has been State Fair here. Saturday, Feb. 9
by the courts In 1962. Russell said. "The others growers may be able to
The Florida Probation and Parole placed on parole had Jobs or someone deduct tree damage losses received designated as taxpayer assistance and David Brengle of Winter Haven

Commission made 2,757 such responsible for their mainten during Florida's recent freeze day in each Internal Revenue office state president has promised

pre-*enlience investigation duringthe ance. These people have been returned from their income tax. at which time sufficient per- "never a dull moment" in a diversified r

past year, six times the number ., to useful places in the According to Roger P. Hill assistant sonnel will be available to promptly program of education and

it handled ten years ago, according -i community, supporting themselvesand economist with the Florida and efficiently assist each one entertainment.FFA .
their dependents while at the Agricultural Extension Service"If with their Income tax return Mr.
I to Roy W. Russell, commission the organization of farm ml
I : chairman. In a yearend same time living under strict regulations citrus trees were either partially Tomlinson said. Taxpayers are en- boy studying vocational agriculture / oo' y s t

'''I: report of the commission's work, They will pay the full or completely destroyed, thisIs couraged to avail themselves of has 170 chapters in Florida, =
\ price of their misdeeds but their loss and be service where they need assistance ,
\ : Russell stated that courts having a casualty might and all will be represented at
I I criminal Jurisdiction placed 2,51! families will nt be penalized also deductible under certain condi in the completion of their returns their largest single yearly gather t

'I :i convicts on probation in 1962, sent' by loss of the breadwinner." tions." or an answer to a tax prob tug

j 3.224 to state prison. In addition, "It Is Important that the lem.
I the 21 the Florida
the Parole Commission released During :years :) decrease In value due to the Adequate telephone service Honor guests will Include
\ convicts Probation and Parole Commissionhas freeze be determined as early will be available In the Fort Doyle Ccnner, Florida Commis-
I 1,287 imprisoned on pa
I i been in existence, it has
I supervised Myers office Monday of each
as possible Hill states sioner of Agriculture; ThomasD.
: role.At :year's end, the Parole 17,764 persons on probation stressing that this should be week and taxpayers are encouraged Bailey, State Superintend
1 and 13,350 on parole. done by a competent appraiser. to call ED 5-0281 If ent of Public Instruction;

I super-Ming "The appraiser's knowledge of they: need assistance In answering Downing! Musgrove, manager,

been freed either on probation agricultural property sales of specific QueaUona or American Turpentine Farmers

I or parole or nearly half of George Appointed I comparable property conditions in completing their return. I Association; Sam Bush, chairman
this his with Those taxpayers: needing Individual Florida Commission
the convict population of the Gratton H. George has been area familiarity your Egg i
I appointed I
;property before and after the casu- assistance should have and G.II.W. Schmidt, president
I t Women Golf At vice and chairman By-Laws of Committeeof the Constitution aulty and the method used by him with them at the time they .I I of Florida Tractor Company I i
I I are important elements in proving visit the Internal Revenue ServIce
Lehigh Acres the State Association of County a casualty loss" he points out. all Information necessary A special guest will be Mss:
Commissioners and as a memberof to Frances Smith of Havana Fla.,
The economist emphasizes that complete their tax forms. a
Fifteen Clewlston ladies are registered the. Health and Welfare Committee. although the extent of damage to Information: concerning: income student at Huntington College

to take part in the invitational the trees may be difficult to deter should include all Forms W-2 list Montgomery, Ala., recently chosen

: tournament at Lehigh Acres Chairman of the Co.iyUtution and mine the estimate of an appraiser -, of any dividends Interest rents or State FFA Sweetheart.Carl .

I today, representing the Clewiston By-Laws Committee is James T. should be used in Ming the I other income received. If the taxpayer D. Broreln of the
Country Club. Cooper of Orange County. federal income tax return. plans to Itemize his deductions
Florida State Fair will welcomethe
The shotgun tournament is "If It later develops that the he should: have information
Future Farmers. H. E. Wood
scheduled to get underway at 8:30: amount of the loss claimed Is concerning the amounts and taxpayer state supervisor of agricultural education -
a.m. Other clubs invited are Na greater or smaller than that to whom he paid contributions. -
Card Of ThanksI Is in charge of the program
pIes Hole-In-the-Wall, Venice and determined," Hill aids, "a Interest, taxes, medical expenses Including awards for FFA
Cape Coral.Expected. grower can then file an amended or any other expense to be
want to thank all my friendsfor claimed. poultry and livestock exhibits and
to take part are the their visits flowers, cards and return. judging competitions.
Husband and wife who file
following local golfers Bonnie Dur- a
: Hill reminds growers that fruit
prayers while I was in the hospi- I
I :rence, Barbara Egnew, Goldie; ) al.: Especially do I thank the doc leases are not deductible, as they I declaration In addition President Brengle,
Green. Nell Hooks, Marjorie lien- Florida FFA vice
are considered anticipated income.A president are
tors, nurses for their good care
dry Ruth Mottley. Addle McGehee, I clude the social security number of lomwood Simmons Plant City
I and Mr. Pattison for his servicesin possible exception might be In ;
j Ruby McIntyre, Nell Parkinson, taking me to the hospital. the case where the grove was both husband and wife unless: Elmo Douglas, High Springs; David
\ Jean Roland Lois Scott Teresa purchased during 1962 with the 1. The wife's separate gross income King, Jasper; Dale Gavin, In-

i Stanton Margaret Schmidt Evelyn I will never forget all this I existing fruit Included as part of is less than $300 (for $1200 11she verness; Hoyt Northcut, Miami, Lucky freshman! He can't drive on campus so he

t Vaughn and Louise WIesenfeld. E. M. CornetteDon't the cost of the grove In this case < is 69 or older; and Marlin Register, Gracevllle. won't pile up many miles In the next four years.
2. She does not have self-em-
A. R. Cox, Tallahassee is
Jie fruit as well a. any permanenttree executive
I I damage would be considered ployment Income; or I secretary. But he's got a Plymouth with a 5-year/50,000-

I I a capital loss. The same pertainsto 3. She does not have income mile warranty. So he's well protected. If you'd
such as wages, dividends, or in-
losses suffered by vegetable terest paid to her (other than as a Cycle ScramblesSet like that kind of protection, buy a new Plymouth'
growers. The expense in planting
Miss and preparation of the crop, how- joint account with her husband) with America's longest and best new-car warranty!
which the is required to
payer report
considered For
ever are operating ex- SundayThe
return statement of
on a or
>enses and are, therefore, deduc-
Jble from any gross income. 'nformatlon.Satellite( Scrambles, sponsored by

Sugarland Cycle Association, will

For Forest Service Show be held Sunday, January 20, at the

I tracks on South Francisco Avenue, I IIewlston. -...--..

Toggery Shop'sJanuary Fire Fighters : PM

Pleases Students Th: rags "e1; postponed from
Sa far Florida's forest firefighters *
as fi Sia'woU% !: conflict with
*Your Authorind Pyma u,..v
Warranty oilnrt fe.
are concerned, 1962 will How and why satellites go into t ft-ts r>--"s7. Fast riders will tacit. In mitwtal and norknunthi, on 1963 oats hM. lIMn upuxM. .
je remember as the worst, fire- -ft and oth:: pertlnint: questions be en hrnl Sunlar and the track to. Include cwtt. raplmnwnt or riser without chirp for riqu"and
I wise, In seven pwti or Ubor, for | ynn or 60,000 mllM. whfcnmr oomoi lint
years n s-ae *"v tr' -'ties! were topics ;iai bon: invsl since the last "
on t the
In 51 counties of the state under a sconce! demonstration that"Jew's sea !in: D::;: -nb1r. Admission! : Internal pirta block(uchidlng hud and mtnual Intern.clutch): psra); torque; fruwnMon oonwter,lithe CMno

organized forest fire protection, a !' -n High Schol students" ?' ic: -;i f'- adults: ando I shin,unlv"al. joIma(..elpa v dull mvsn),vase lots. and dle.F"
I otal 8,635 separate forest fires ''' '"-n I. No charger 0,1tIe t.Md nu wtMM belt"..provld tho wilds. .hu. ban anted at 1'NIOrIII'
: after ,
; fssrlna'lnj Monday : ,
liarviH ll
according to
Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Car sch.duloaBECK .
swept 263,000 acres. Acres of tlmjerland 'en.Rebert. != ch ::i.i "-...'-' ", acmantedA
burned was almost triple .. ."
Hawkins. "is. I
i hs year before, according to State reorJS MOTORS
I tester C. M. Coulter. of the Nuclear and Space; Administration rrf i* -.- -1 cot: 1" n"v:11 I

In 1955 a total of 8,009 fires : gave fin clem-nstrrtlor: :;1 ?' i ) ;, the CAP. D -

Clearance SaleI oared 404,734 acres, mostly in the 'n'*,s the stu hl-h ten's s-V5i:i'b3uri g): m, and Ibr h-M 5" prizes mission w._ b' g.. a during in.r': Highway & Sanbenito Sts.

northern half of the state. Lastrear's
'tIlnut On mxMs
s. display wete -
fires accounting for the
I d man of the satallitss which '
argent acreages were In drought- -
"- b tested tt Canav-
s ;!n Cape
t.lcken South Florida.
Coulter cited drought and
"Just plain carelessness" aatvo Hawkins said Ci9 demonstration ,
bang sect to interested schoolsby
I main reasons for the 1962 s .
Opens Today
NASA to several basic R.
: forest fire situation In the answer

19 date He urged extra caution questions:
What is satellite? How does It
I at aU time, by residents and a .
l 39 into crblt? What keeps it In orbit \
visitors alike, to guard againstforest
l ? What does it do? What good is ,
fire hazards.Protected
II it? and What are the future plansf
acreage hit by forest
'Ire in 1962 was less than two per t tz

cent ef the total. Representing a

'uastantlal: loss In raw material: CflJ ftf +

ANNOUNCING THE OPENINGof and future timber growth, it was +,
fractional, however, if comparedwith /
I the burning of unprotected
of and during 1962. : jlCLf'I"ITON. Ru' ka

An estimated 40 per cent of thestate' 1 '
,I 3,000,000 unprotected forest FLORIDA + w ,, fr

: THE DOUBLE A ROOFING COMPANY acres Collier was Polk burned., Hendfy: Hirdjst Broward hit were, Double Feature A-- : '

Dade and Osceola counties. Last FrL Sat., Jan. 18. 19 -
J Fri. 7:30: 10:00: P.M. ,4 t 9 ,
1 November Collier and Yolk counties '
Sat. 4:35: 8:35.9:30: : P.M. S
+ voted in favor of county fire
1 by control programs. "Ring A DingRhythm" _

Last month's near-record freeze

killed grass and underbrush deep Its Hilarious & Fun
Harvey and Larry Arrington into South Florida. Coupled with

prevailing dry conditions, this Frt. 9:00: P.M. Only
highly inflammable underbrush Sat. 1.30: 5:50: 8:25: P.M. r
: could trigger a most serious forest 'Feudin Fools"

fire situation, according to the BOWERY BOYS
Florida Forest Service.

Forest fires reported since January Sun. Mon., Jan. 20 21
i- FREE ESTIMATESNo 1 this year are nearly double Sun, 3:30: 9:90 8:09: P.M.

i I the number reported during the "Mon. 7:30: 9:90: P.M. Dithane M22makes"

I same period one year ago 300Spartans"The 1

: job too large or too small. !Battle that :nade ancient '

F.F.A.NCWSThe history, In glorious technicolor 'fW1

Repairs, New Roofs of Any Type Tue. Wed. Thur.
U.S. Sugar Corp. harvestedthe Jan. 22 23 24
Bonded Roofs FFA's cane on January 2, 3 7:30: 10:00: P.M. moremarketable
and 4. The cane was burned on ,

j January 2. cut on January 3 and _

ALL WORK GUARANTEED loaded nn January 4. How did they ever !
The yield off of the five acres
was 18928 tons. The sucrose content make a movie of 'P

25 Years Experience In Roofing of the cane was 17.2 per cent' OL Tender,formed succulent sweet com with pergram.- Diseasfe-free' fields also mean higheryields.
fectly kernels
1" commands
Earlier this the h ard- top
year Fry DITHANE M-22 the 80 maneb
Ca. donated tools to the prices. More and more after %
art : some growers go fungicide
chapter and at this time we would r this extra. profit by insuring crop quality under gives good protection even
t like to with DITHANB M22. Pfents severe weather conditions. See your
thank them for the tools stay
: green
Our Work Is In Compliance which were needed by the chap and .healthy all 1 Summer .Helmintho-! dealer for dosage and timing information.DrtHANi .

ter.At tim leaf blight and Puccinia rust are u t Iradtnart Rtg. U.& Pot Off.W*ill

With The the January 7 meeting of the kept under control. The results are higher tnneipalforntncoutttntt.ROHIVI.
1 Southern Standard FFA chapter It was decided that yields better quality and more profit.
the annual SPA '
parent-son banquetthis I'
a oat
year will be held on March 22. Crisp celery with
Building Code VA and FHA no or
It also !
was decided that any
blemishes is
.. preferred by
customers. You &
f i' member wishing to to the Florida .
go '
loaraRtata..1MPmsv make 1
can sure
your celery
( i Regulations State Fair on PTA day may go i extra sales ap protecting crop gets it from this H ....... .....S
providing that he has not missed blTHAN
LOUT blights with a M-22
than spray pro-
more three meetings all year. I' I LAD. L. p NA ,
e. t A
it ram WHltehall C-2101 MOOSE: HAVEN FLA. Also at this meeting a movie
Long DUtaaeo Calls Accepted Collect was shown by Alan Jones the
name of which WM The Rumen:I I mER fi1J.ERS .::..J.( LYCft-

Story, I .Mmtk.nc. ,.xxanerarelausa. DITHANE M22i
Harold Jones, Reporter I

";.1;," -_