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 24, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.' y y I The Clewis ton News Sweetest" Town"a

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\ Return Postage; Guaranteed Sec 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 .Per.Yeai (; _:LLWISTON. :; FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 4
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.k Sheriff's Report I Strike Slows

For December 1962The

1' ti r w Hendry County Sheriffs I
Department reports that-including

those cases made by the Florida
rte Highway Patrol and the Florida Cane Harvest

Wildlife Officers-there were 182 (

arrest in Hendry County duringthe I s

month of December, 1962 with
an additional out-of-county warrants The strike of tM Florida East on to freight cart of the Atlantic

[ANIMALS ABE RESIGNED TO THEIR FATE WHEN a media apache areved for a total of 195. Coast Railroad workers ;yesterday Coast Line Railroad.

with a hypodermic needle. Dr. KIdder and hl. associate The department delivered 11 1rp morning has seriously! affected the Sugar cane usually hauled over

ye vaccinated 14* don at the Clewlston Fire Station clinic during messages where public service had operations of United States Sugar FEC track to the Bryant SugarHouse

,p lilt two Saturday afternoon There I* one more FREE day for failed, and turned over $4,81466 Corporation and may result In a and the cane from the south

icematien* against rabies for local don. A rush la anticipated for to the County Fines and Forfeiture, r considerable money loss, said shore South Bay and Miami
itnrday at 1 .....STAFF PHOTO. Fund. President H. T. Vaughn yesterday.FEC Locks plantations usually brought

facilities are used to transport on over FEC tracks to the interchange
Arrests were as follows:
cane from the corporation'sfields at Lake Harbor is now
One each for allowing unauthorized '
: Club east of Miami Canal and being hauled in rubber tired wagons -
A And 4-H Members person to drive beating board
) also to transport the raw sugar pulled by tractors At the
bill overlength worthless check _
'LI from the new Bryant Sugar House Lake Harbor Interchange the corporation
Improper parking Indecent -
exposure where no storage facilities have is using a aiding of ACL

[repare For Showings In Fair of petit lottery larceny ticket escape possession C yet been erected. RR to load the cane onto ACL cane

The corporation swiftly switched cars destined for the Clewiston
Two each for improper driver'slicense
Members of Hendry County 4-H their owners are also Judged on wilful and wanton reckless to use of trucks to haul the Sugar House.

FFA clubs are busy with how well they handle their animals driving driving while Intoxicated sugar from the Bryant mill to This changeover from FEC railroad

arations for their participation In the ring. Sometimes an animal driving wrong aide of road,. THIS 1911 ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILE will glide silently down the Lake Harbor where It Is loaded to truck and tractor haulIng -

| fain Largest project .involving which does not have the quality Three each for Improper tag, streets between high-stepping and hard-tooting musicians of school will slow the process of getting

e; largest number of animals will necessary to win top place in his carrying concealed weapon. huntIng band when the Hendry County Fair and Livestock Show opens In Clew- CIRCUIT COURT the cane to the mill. This is

exhibition In the Hendry Coun- class can bring the showmanship In management area without bton on February SSth. The comely mist, who decorates the ear and a critical problem right now since

Fair and Livestock Show In awards to its owner U he has been permit failure to have vehicle under the derby hat la the 196 "Mis Sugar". Becky Thorn Hayes, winnerof OPENED TUESDAYSpr'ag the mill is still handling cane
ewlston February 25-March 2. trained properly and behaves damaged by the freeze in December
well control. the title at the Fair's beauty contest.-STAFF PHOTO.
I Before that time, however there In the ring. Four for open profanity 10 for term of circuit court open- laid Mr. Vaughn. Cane Is a

be other fairs and the clubs Boys and girls take part in this trespassing, 11 for no driver's license ,i- ed in Lj3el3! Tuesday, but after perishable commodity and the
show their animals at the phase of fair activity and the judg 18 for disorderly conduct, 52 Year Old Car reviev 'ng the criminal court docket. slowdown could result in the loss

west Florida Fair In Fort ing of their livestock takes placeon 23 for public drunkenness, 12 for Jirdcj: : :; Lynn Gerald decided it of considerable money to the cor

yers in early February Mike the first two nights of Fair assault and battery 77 for unlawful was ill: :1::c3:ary to call a grand i poratlon.
I Henry Bowden will show their Week. speed. Jury at this I time.

ala In the South Florida Fair Will Take Part Trial of criminal cases will beheld I USSC Mills
West Palm Beach next week ; liter In the spring. I Top i

t; as far as could be learned the Judge Will Address Senior Classe---I Samul Gales, negro! plead not i

and FFA organizations do not guilty to charges of
an to take part in this fair this : In the traffic death Million-Ton Mark

tar. And Masonic Lodges Of Area TodayHigh I In Fair PardeA Touchton Jr., of manalauJhter..

j Animals are bieng groomed In- killed early this The two sugar mills of United

lively to Improve their appear- school seniors of dewlstoa. a Shriner and Klwanlan. Following Jeep was struck headon by a States Sugar Corporation have ,

co and they are being gentled LaBelle and Moore Haven high World War H. he assisted Insetting Flfty-Year Automobile In original was disrupted and no one had truck driven by Gales. passed the million tons of cane

1 led to halter and"taught prop schools win be guests of honor I up schools in Germany. He condition and traveling underIts succeeded in getting it back in operating Moton Saunders, Negro prisoner mark In the current harvest season.

"show manners. Cattle are this afternoon at a joint meeting of holds a Master's degree in educa own power will be one of the condition. who stole money from the Sheriffs When the records were compiledat
dged oo their breed physical the Masonic lodges of Moore Haven attractions in the Grand Opening office and escaped, and was recaptured I a.m. Tuesday the two mills
Prater saw the car on a Visit to
innation and appearance andocal after pending the money had ground 1055.000 net tons of
and Clewiston in the GladesCounty Parade of the Hendry County Fair I Smith who owns the HiVolt Battery
Auditorium at Moore Hav- public is ,also cordially invited and Livestock Show on Feb. 25th. manufacturing in- was sentenced to five years In Ral-, cane and had produced 105,000 tons
Boards Set I to attend the meeting. ThereIs company ford Prison. : of 96 degree raw sugar this sea
en.Judge The 1911 electric powered car, Miami. He looked it over and decided Mexican
no admission charge Simon Vega, migrant
Russell H. McIntosh of the owned by "Chuck" Prater of Clew. that his 15 yean in the electronics son.Corporation officials feet that
laborer was arraigned onman.lauabter
:gislative Meet Criminal Court of Record of Palm iston and Charlie Smith of Miami, and television field should charges.W.S.C.S. the original estimate of 10 percent

Beach County will speak on "Edu Is in excellent condition and will give him the experience: needed to damage from the December
|Representative Charles E. Miner cation." His appearance is sponsored Siren Signals chug along at its 15 mile per hour get the car re-wired correctly and freeze Is still accurate.
d Senator Elmer Friday are by the Moore Haven LodgeNo. speed. In working order. He was right RummageSale
Inferring with county commis- <1 and Sugarland Lodge No. This was reported by
now is part of the
owner ve
Mothers March Prater uses the car as a goodwill President H. T. Vaughn to the
ones and school board In re- 281 Free and Accepted Masons. hicle.
whenever there directors of the on
ard to the upcoming legislative Judge McIntosh is a 32nd degree The fire siren will blow at 7 la a worthy messenger cause which needs pro I Details of the car's place in A rummage sale will be held in December 20th. company
A the Mason member of Scottish Rite
bmmlssioners salon meeting with county a o'clock tonight to signal the muting, "Chuck" gets out :the 51 the parade have not yet been work. front of Western Auto Store starting "We are still grinding damagedcane
scheduled last
was start of the, Mothers March In year old vehicle and never falls to ed out But\ regardless of decorations at 11 o'clock Saturday morning and some damaged cane wilt

gilt in LaBelle and the leglalat.S No Change Made In (* March of Dimes campaign.This get attention. JU..last assignmentwas occupants or position\ It is Ladle of the .WSCS of..the.First continue to be harvested untlt-
plan to. meet, with the school la the big effort .. complete promoting the Sabin Oral Sun sure to attract attention whereverit Methodist Church are holding the about February first" said Mr.
card the
Tuesday evening at
Suncoast GroupThe the campaign for funds day when mass feeding of the oral goes sale. Vaughn. "From that point forwardthe
anebrake Restaurant in Clewis-
for the National Foundattoe ,
) vaccine against polio was givenin cane should show only slight
n. and everyone Is urged to be Hendry County The harvest which normally
I effort to gather the Suncoast"rnference
Among the items which be ,
may schools Into two divisions ready with their contribution.Mrs. The car is genuine antique. runs to about the middle of
cussed at the board
heeling wen permitting county destrucon a "big school" and a "little Franklin Simmons Is Prater is quite scornful of professed Sugar Season April will be shortened this year

of old county records after they school" group failed and the chairman of the drive. "antique" Cars which have but date when the uop will endIs

had such face-liftings and substitutions not known. -
ave been microfilmed; permitting proposed meeting of heads of the "The National Foundation yet
I 'little school' group, tentatively as bicycle or motorcycle The company this year will har-
he county to require building per- which bent all Its efforts to I
planned for last Saturday, was not wheels, etc"Every vest cane from 39,000 acres of its
bits; permitting the board to pur- the fight against polio prior
hase items up to $1,000 without I held.Clewiston to development of the Salk and bit of the body"structureof I In own and 7,000 acres for Independent
this car Is the original he says High
will definitely with- ear growers.
|dvertlslng for bids; requiring that I Sabln vaccines, has continuedIts
proudly. "It has been restored and I
draw from the Suncoast said Principal
: yards be fenced in. Also disused work In the field of arthritis .- I
: James E. Brandon who had refinished but it Is genuine.
is revision of local other crippling dlaeaiesand
some a Jan. 31 Deadline
The car was built in 1911 by the
w passed last session permitting I I notified the conference officials and birth defects. Mothers are
Rouch and Lang Carriage Company
i monthly car expense allowance members at a previous meeting. particularly conscious of the aY!
A football schedule is now being of Cleveland Ohio. It was
> each commissioner. need for research In this field
designed for ladies because the For
arranged for Clewiston High ClaimingGas
and all over the nation, mothers -
School's next season and will be steam or gasoline automobile
will come out on Thursday
I TAG DEADLINE announced when completed said evening to make a home-to- then being built were too cumbersome
IS Brandon. for ladles to operate. They Tax RefundState
FEBRUARY 20 house solicitation for the National
were started by cranking the motor
Foundation said Mrs.

The deadline for operating The WeatherDate ,Simmons. many by levers hand! and and they gadgets had said too Comptroller Ray E. Green
automobiles with 1962 license
warned state farmers and
plates Richard Phelps I* chairmanof Prater. The manufacturers designed today
la February 20. and not Max. MIn. Rn. commercial fishermen to file applications
February 1, as the News reported Jan. 17 ??..??.?.?.,? 77 60 the March of Dimes cam- a simple car operated from for gasoline tax refund
like the
batteries exactly
last week. Jan. 18 ______ 85 58 palm.Homes. electric claims by January 31.
of the day were
Tags are on sale at the Hen- Jan. 19 ...._.,",...,. 84 61 street cars opera The comptroller said unless the
is the
ated. The principle same.
dry County court house sub- Jan. 20 ii.iuiiuiiiumi 87 63 applications were received by his
15 six-volt batteries!
office In the Fair Grounds at Jan. 21 ., -70 60 There are office by that date those eligiblefor
vehicle of 90volts.
Clewiston: and at the office of Jan. 22 -.___ 69 49 .22 Will Sell giving the the a power bar, refunds would lose that right

the tax collector in LaBelle. Jan.23 ._._..._ 80 60 instead. In of driving a steering wheel car Is a used. as prescribed by Florida law.

Green said only farmers and
Pushing the bar back and forth
Under BankrupcySeven turns the car to right or left and commercial fishermen who have
use Involving Minors'
Brings pushing it down along a series of 1962 permits are eligible to file

I of the 10 houses constructed notches can Increase Ks speed up claims. Claim blanks were mailed

by Keller Construction Company to Its maximum. of 15 miles per out to all permit holders January 1
entence In County Judge's Court in Clewiston will be sold at tour. Farmers and commercial flail .

bankruptcy sale in West Palm Prater has rigged up a battery CLEWISTON SUGAR HOUSE of United State Sugar Corporation Is ermen receive a four-cent: refund

Vlrgle Peyton Meek was aen- the next term of County Court, Beach next Wednesday January charging machine and fee connects the eldest of the eleven sugar mills now In the Everglade, and baa seta from the gasoline tax. The total

nced: to six months or $600 on 'when their cases will be tried. I 30. according to a legal notice the batteries to the machine overnight Urn standard of performance and efficiency through the ,ean. The refund last year was $393,963.

barge of contributing, to toe delinquency The, following dispositions were published in this issue of The It will then runabout three 7.100 ton capacity mill ground 1.298.818 net ton of cane In the 111

of a minor in Countyudge's made: Clewiston News l hours.. The,car goes aa fast backwards day season last year producing 143..'. tons of 96. raw sugar and Fire Department

Court of Hendry County Using profane language: Norris The Keller Company which had a* forward, he Mid. 7,108,498 gallons of blackstrap moUsie*.-4TAFF: PHOTO.By .
da 7. James Farnum was sen- Powell, Junior Bristol estreated The car uses 32x4 inch balloon Answers Alarms
enced to three months or $300, $25 bonds each. Improper driver's completed several large residence Urea! with tubes. Recently when TOM DUNKIN Florida Cane' mill has a daily ;

and Sharlon Lee Burke to $600 or license Victor Francis Qulllan developments on the east coast and the car needed new.tube in one Editor Glade County DemocratTwo potential of about 101 ton of Members of the Clewiston Fire

Ix month, Suspended upon good Jimmie Ray Dickey Simon Austin other locations in Florida became Of the tire and none could be of the six new sugar mill cane I Department answered two alarms
involved in financial trouble
ivior for one year,, on the each- entreated $25 bond; wilful in which: found. Prater bought a heavy duty built this year in South Florida Three other new mills began producing during the week one of them being
the they were
ame charge, Young Clewiston wanton reckless driving, Donald the Clewiston houses 28-lnoh. bicycle tube and.lt, was have Just begun grinding operations sugar during November and a false alarm Saturday about
girls were Involved in the incidentesulting Kim Griffen $75 or 40 days; speedIng constructing filled with enough air to make itfit and a third plans to get underway December as the Florida sugar Industry 6.30.: A fire was reported in Harlem
The homes in the $10,000 class
in the charges. It was re- Tom Trains James Bens are the 23x4 Inch, tire., It,,works either late this week or swelled from an estimated but no fire was found.
located In the area near the hospital
Judge Parson said the Vance Wesley Jackson Jessie early next week. $100,000,000 investment In sugar Friday about 9:30 p.m. a truckat
and and badly fine.The
Sentences: of the three varied because Gulden, each estreated $35 bond; needed, in house-abort were are dewlstoo. car has a "floating axle; Test runs began last Thursdayat production during''the last year. Hathcock Motors caught fire and

of their past history and the Carle Wayne Teague and Cleo contr.ctswere something unusual in can of its Talisman's new KVi million The expansion added two new the department was called but the
Of the ten houses built
circumstances of the incident Robinson Jr., each entreated $40 and day. and the axle is about the airs mill near South Bay with limited mill last harvest season, to the blaze was extinguished before the
completed cow
eks is also under Indictment in bond; ;,no valid driver's license these are not involved in the sale. of that in a 1ft too truck said production begun Saturday. Talisman three formerly producing, for a firemen arrived. The truck owner

Icult court on charge of man- Clyde Easly! entreated ISO bond One of the seven to be sold is in Prater president, Fernando de laRlva total now of 11 Florida mills served was Ruben White of Naples and y

ughter through culpable negligence and Maria Soto Naula estreated unfinished state a few of the Prater happened on the car said he hopes to,reach full by some 113 growers, These the cause of the fire was recorded A

in the deaths of Virginia $25 bond; no cab card, Robert E. an others need minor items; for com- somewhat by accident: Charlie 3,900 tons-per-day of cane capacityby growers have planted 138,157% as electric.
Hfe. 13. and Linda Jo Rlcketson Holdenfield. estreated ISO bond; Smith had owned it for about 18 the end of this week. acres of cane which Is almost

|14. iMay auto wreck dewlston. Improper passing.. Herbert Bradley pletion. years and.'once': had a cabinetmaker The other opeittfre: mill about triple the acreage of Florida sugarcane Deputie.LeaFinger q 4.
5th, 1962. entreated $35 bond;, no driv. ; do,'aome upholstery!i work two miles north of the Talisman two year ago.

The Juvenile court fias not yetI er's license Lonnie Hall $50 bond and body rebuilding.work I lon K. mill, built by South Florida SugarCo. Florida producers had forecast PrintingDeputies

acted in the cases of the girls inIvolved ; entreated! ; allowing unauthorized How To Pay Off In the process the electric wiring ., Inc., began test also on Thursday a 400,000 ton sugar yield for this

said the Judge end the person to drive George Elmer and ha stopped Intermittently year but are certain to fall far Calvin Swindle and

leases are under invetslgatlon by I, Godfrey, estreated $25 cash bond; National Debt Miss:Teen Contest since for machinery adjustment short of that mark due to losses Wayne Hodges of the Hendry
|the court. drunken driving Clyde Allen Pef- A mill spokesman Tuesday declined from the tcvere freeze in De County Sheriffs Department. have t

In other cases before the court fey $200 or 60 days and license Uncle Dan offer a Three- Sandi McConvQle and Joanne to speculate when the 1,600 cember. completed a week's course in fin

I Monday. Hansen BIllie ,and BilllaI suspended for 90 days; assault and Point ProfTim to eliminate the Crawford will represent the Weath- tons a day capacity may be reach Temperature which plungedto gerprinting.The .

I Race, charged with depriving a battery. Raymond McQueen $12.50 national debt In less than II erald Youth Center in the "Teen ed. n dogreea In he Lake,Okee- abort school was held at Naples

I minor child of necessary austen- or 10 days and Wilford Brewster years! Bat we do.'& think the Queen" Contest at the South FlorIda The third Florida Can ehobee cane-growing region and Is one of several given at I

lance and ratownt. Garland Evans forfeited $35 cash bond; bare as will like tt. Road Fair in West.P.lni BcacbSaturday. Product Carp.. of dewbten fret mod nf the ease, halt intervals throughout the state for

no authority and"Wllli. B. Gary sault. Mary Brewsttr, forfeited CencTMimen I should be testing this weekendor tag an growth and subjecting :local law enforcement'nfficlat
110 Valid drivels license plead not ISO bond and Cattle Stenson forfeited Dade D..'. column on the Representatives of towns la the early seal week, according sons of tile ease to the tlangtrOonthned by the Federal Bureau of Investi

ICWiy and were bound over until $25 bond. editorial page. area will compete for the title to Prraldent Albert E. ..*.. ( on?Pa** !') ,..t1DII.WTtI .




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Thursday January
Page THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlaton Florida =--24--, 1 liel

older son, Ricky, who sandwiches, making the brad I
noted for his thrift also,-eo much that five and dime stores have both. It's the of the Youth soggy but we never think d I
The Clewiston News been named for him under the assumption that customers would Board is vice, and president to whom we give credit the waitress to lay the pick/( ] ?

f find the shopping thrifty. His likeness also adorns the U.S. one with the other boys and girls the plate. Where do you m.: 1'iII*

: Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, ClewUton, cent piece. for their unselfish work in getting pickle

I, .I Florida by The Clewiiton News, Inc., a Florida Corporation But the favorite activity of Benjamin Franklin himself, was r that organization on.its feet.
I Entered as Second Claaa Matter February 1, 1927 at the Post that of printing. He preferred to style himself, "B. Franklin, g a Every day except five la tilt
Office In CJewUton, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March S, When you'd like to watch an in- past 10 years at least 100
and rated that title
; 1879. printer" higher than that of ambassador or fashIon pew
spoil In a leisurely killed
scientist teresing have been in auto accident
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher ,QRII>,, these fine Sunday afternoons, in the U.S.
In fact printing was Franklin's outstanding in his go out to Air Glades and watch -
Subscription Rates .........14.00 per year Q success Divers. They make It look -
early In Philadelphia, he established the famed Saturday
(Return Pottage Guaranteed) A years. through the air! -
; Evening Post he also established the Pennsylvania Gazette so easy to float
Advertising Rates on application. The MIAISOI As you know, this Miami group
I management reserve the right to reject any N 0 ; his print shops were sprinkled through the early colonies is with us each weekend, and I 1'araJJb.1frlialU'.
i, objection advertisement n, IIq and made him a wealthy man at the age of 42. there's a New Jersey club tremen

Devoted to the advancement and welfare ''17, % Through his shops and their ability to print the news, early dously Interested in securing a Howard Spinets
1, of ClewUton and Hendry County. residents of the new country were kept Informed on important lease for a permanent home at Air
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 I happenings and were stimulated to think on the many problemsof Glades. It seems this locale Is Ideal Mirror "Studios"
TUB NEWS assumes no reipondbllltr for the return ef ancollclUl the day. for this unusual sport, which Is
mtnuicript or photographs $325.00
TUB NEWS uiuiat no financial rtiponilbllltT for When Trooper Ralph Hays of the fast catching on in the United
t'POl'raPhlcat.. Benjamin Franklin was truly the "Father of American Print.
rrofi or pmmlMlon In adT.rtl.m.nt but If notified of Florida Patrol was instructor
r fore tll. nut issue of the paper will r.prlnt corr.ctlF that part .f the ing" and as such he is honored by the printing Industry Highway several
advertisement In which the error oocu"ad. In the event a time element of the Clewlston American LAKE
I would render the correction valueless. the News will reduce the price Legion Auxiliary Patrol he used to ourselves a real Sky Diving Center -
I .f the advertisement bF an amount equal to the percentage of the total ,
NMHNNM/ for its January tease the boys by telling them they APPLIANCE
.powte a. the erroneous or omitted copy r.pr..anted. was ready opening on .
27th. "were so proud of their stripes PhP YU 2.7151
i ::1 don't
Here's Guide Florida's It's History Now J Bill Martin was elected chairman be wouldn't be surprised to find COMPLAINT DEPT. We
to Rare Birds of
of the Clewlston Red Cross them on their pajamas." Buys was like slices of pickle on top

REPRINTED FROM JACKSONVILLE TIMES-UNION Chapter.A proud of "his boys" too and very
"Ham Fest" at Gratton pleased with each member who
By Robert T. Pittman
Here Is an ornithological guide to some of Florida's rare po- (From ClewUton Newt, George's was held as several won his promotions. ,
litical birds: Jan. 20, 1933) Ham radio operators gathered to In fact, there developed a real Invites you to tee the new
\ SILVER TONGUED LEADERBIRD (Ocala Bondus-Usually} meet other "Hams" after years of affinity between Hays anJ the Marietta and Esquire Mobile Hones
\ observed on the wing often as flight leader of large and still Two masked bandits held up visiting via the air waves. Auxiliary members. They were, Now on display S30 E. Sagarland Hwy
Cashier Gordon A. Perry of the and are, enthusiastic, devoted
growing flock of mechanical birds. Well known for
r mellow tones of his call Once round, Bank of LaBelle, scooping up 1400In Michigan Nursery members and their feeling Is star NEW FINANCING AVAILABLECash
) rumored becoming extinct in
;' silver as he opened the vault ed by Trooper Hays and the other
Tallahassee but rumor too ridiculous to deny. Adopted as of for the day's business. Inspection Rules officers who have served as their for your used trailer .
I I ficial bird of the All Roads Lead to Ocala Highway Association The government dredge Con- instructors. I

J and National Association for the Interest of Bond-Buyers. garee left the lake after completing Will Affect FloridaNew I II LOW, LOW down payment. 7 years to pay

I SHARP BEAKED JOHNSBIRD (Investigatt Redb1rdAca.) a floodway channel from Clew stock :
nursery We also handle Van Dyke, Marlette and used trailers
demic research on this variety is very limited, but it is known iston to Liberty Point. been enacted recently by the mv, Phone YU 2-2661
that he often nests on halls of ivy. Considered a game bird in Hendry County was reported as State of Michigan, an official of the
the Tampa areaMIGRATORY In no further need of federal relief Florida Department of Agriculture
funds, as county Unemployment
JAXSTORYTELLER Haydon( Hopefulus-The) said recently
Council said work was available
fast- paced migratory habits of this bird are chief distinguishing for all in need of them. Chief Plant Inspector Paul E.

!. characteristic. Easily identifiable by crown now parted. Can At the movie: Harold Lloyd in Frierson of the Division of Plant
be seen anywhere In Florida voters gather, except Jacksonville. "Movie Crazy" and George RaftIn Industry explained that nonresident -
tJi' Many watchers expect this bird to take up temporary residence "Night after Night." nurserymen now must file
in Tallahassee after 1964. e e e with the State of Michigan a copy
of their Certificate of Nursery In-
BEACH (Dickinsonis
runnlngscaredis) spection and be issued written authorization }
Native habitat South Florida, but prefers cooler climate (From ClewUton before their
par Jan. 22, 143)) nursery I !FAST FRIENDLY
ticularly that of Leon County. Now occupying nest of a Silver- The ClewUton Federal Savings stock will be permitted to cross I .'

tongued Leaderbird. Can be seen often roosting on the smoke-] and Loan Association declared a the Michigan state line. FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY
stacks of new industries. Other refutations u ,
I dividend of 3 per cent on all shares new were M
ONE ISSUE KELLYBIRD (Scotch WinQstander) Little! payable at once. The total dividend summarised by Frlerson. Each i iF
known of this variety except that it is very large and a roadrunner paid was $850. package most bear an InspecUon Roast Young Tender Tom Turkey

by instinct. The Kellyblrd is so large that a watcher once Two Royal Air Force cadets, D. tag and a label listing the with Southern Dressing
classified it as a dark horse. A. Clandlllon and G. R. Clay, were general nature of contents. I

CABINET WARBLER (Restless SecretarD-Its has killed when the training\ plane from Eeach variety of plant must be Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce
song a Riddle Field on which they were labeled to show name and gradeas
wide and sometimes unlimited range. Sometimes confused with making a cross-country flight, approved by the American Association Mashed Potatoes Garden Peas
the hummingbird To distinguish between the two species, note crashed near Okeechobee. of Nurserymen.
I'' that the Cabinet Warbler moves faster and seems to be seeking, Sliced bread became another All stock must be in a live and Hays was transferred to Braden- Hot Dinner Rolls Butter
:i a target Nests around canals when available. wartime casualty as bakers re vigorous condition and of grade ton a couple of years ago. The local
JARRED WENDYBIRD (Pensacolus Promotus) This rare' turned to the unslleed loaves In specified. boys stop to see him often and
specimen is characterized by its strange call which sounds like: in order to conserve manpower. Wild trees, shrubs or vines must he comes back to their meetings or
"All us kids love Florida." At once time was a carrier of foot. Sharon Crochet's sixth birthdaywas be Inspected and must bear a here whenever there is a legitimate SO 98BREAKFAST

n In-mouth disease but now showing definite signs of recoveryl occasion for a party special tag issued by Michigan'sdirector excuse. Hays himself was 2 f for
; Observed often Ed Markette, civilian radio specialist of agriculture. promoted to corporal not long after
in of used
'< car lots. with the Army Air Force, Special regulations cover the moving to Bradenton. Recently he
,1' i was transferred from Philadelphia shipment of strawberry plants and had another promotion. When the
Salute To OldBeneeeee to Mobile. plants of broccoli, cabbage, caul local Auxiliary members learnedof
I Louis H. Letter was attending Officer flower, onion, pepper and sweet his prom ton to sergeant, they

This month marks the 257th anniversary of the birth of Ben Candidate. School at Miami potato. felt the ur to do something to
Beach. Fees are required of non-resident commemorai the occasion. So
jamin Franklin a man who left his mark on the United States
C nurserymen dealing in nursery they sent him a gift a pairof
through his endeavors in many fields.A TEN YEARS AGO stock in Michigan through residentor knit pajamas with the Highway '

generation or so ago when the readers of elementary (From ClewUton News, non-resident agents. Patrol emblem and his Sergeant Sausage, one egg, grits toast
j grades contained stories of great Americans and bits of historical Jan 22, 1953)) Frierson suggested that nurserymen Stripes affixed. Capt. Raulerson ,
lore instead of "This is Bob. This is Betty, See Bob. See Dr. and Mrs. Peter Horowitz of who desire further Informa- made the presentation, over in Bra-
Betty" stories, a favorie was of Ben Franklin arriving in Philadel Philadelphia visited Clewiston for Lion write to C A. Boyer, chief denton it behalf of the local boys., 390

phia job hunting. Ben carried a loaf of bread under his arm and I a short time during a Florida va Plant Industry Division, State Department SC .
nonchalantly ate it he strolled the cation. Dr. Horowitz' mother, Mrs. of Agriculture[ Lansing
as streets hunting for work. 13, Michigan! The prestige of the Clewlston Cherry or Blueberry tart
Marian O'Brien, was one of the
Another favorite
I, story for young Americans was Benjamin News has reached a new low In the
Franklin and the kite, with which he proved that lightning is and earyl Clewiston.developers of Moore Haven Sexton household. Last week, right with whipped cream
electricity. i on the front page, we goofed on
Franklin Sugarland Fair and Exposition, I For Fast Results the names under the Youth Board
was one of America's great
it( statesmen. He was Hendry County' first county fair, '- and referred to Ricky Sexton by 19THRIFTY
I the name of hU younger brother,

CLEWISTON INN'S Unless the Sexton brothers are totally DRUGSSugarland
unlike any others of our
knowledge, that is an unpardonable

SUNDAY SPECIAL that error had They'd probably prefer Hwy. Ph. YU 2.1931
THE CLEWISTON NEWS we called him Ezekiel or
... -- I Heieklah. .We apologize to them

January 27, 1963


:i Dt t

/, Soup jour

; Tossed Salad Choice of Double Feature
Dressing .
Fri. Sat, Jan 25 29
Fri 9:00: P.M. Only RABIESIs
Sat 3-50 C:55 10:30: P.M.

Smashes the fun barrier

Snowflake Potatoes Fri. 7:30: 10:30: P.M. offered for all animals whose
Sat. 5:23: 8.23: P.M. owner register them

Clewiston Inn Bake Shop Bread and Butter "Young Guns Of with the city and purchase city dog tag for $1.00

Choice of Ice Cream or Sherbet MITCHUM Texas"JAMES

Coffee Tea Milk LADD
I Sun. Mon. Tue. Veterinarian will be at the City Fire Station Saturdays .

"i I I,..' All For $2.25 Sun 3:30.1:00.8:30.19:30 Jan.: 27 P.M.: 28 29 : 2:00 p.m., Jan. 12, 19 and 26 from 1:00 p.m. to

Mon. Tue. 7:30: 9:55: P.M.

: ,' *
t and Music

; ;" This Special Available Noon and Evening JIMMY MARTHA UURANTE RAYS > Bring' your pet and avoid impounding fee.

[ .
Served from 12:00: Noon to 10:00 P.M. Wed.. Jan. 30 ._ LADIES ONLY
Thur., Jan. 31 MEN,ONLY

i _. And from 6:00: P.M. to 10:00: P.M. .SREf. ..ff..J.-..tMas....,1Sia.Iaabb City ordinance requires all dogs and domestic

i COME. AND BRING THE FAMILY I 1 ttntti beat MCTag ictcL. animals to be vaccinated and tagged.

't JOWlf taraoa9a.tulaatrsa...

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aursday. January 24. 1963

\ To Africa Speak Religious Survey has more tongues wagging than a I day February 26th.
sporty gal at a church socialAt Seek Entries For Further announcement as to ,N

Nears making entries will be made by
liSSionaries Of God CompletionThe 4sa first some small minded people Fair Home Exhibit Mrs McLendon, prior to the Fair. 1
t Sunday community religious survey wanted to make an Issue of
the minute issue Such as: How
being made under the auspices of ,
much Is It costing tax to
the Clewlston Ministerial Association payers Homemakers and other ladles of 1
bring her over from France in a -
is being completed this week. the area will have an opportunity
a Baptists ObserveMen's This was a community-wide effortto private stateroom? Who's paying to exhibit their handiwork la the .
make available the information for the army of guard constantly, Hendry County Fair which open :

+ received in one survey to all protecting her Who foots the bill In Clewliton Monday February25th LOOKS ARE DECEIVING ,
p at the big art centers and that
sees for six day
churches, and duplication ESPECIALLY GOOD LOOKS
prevent .
Day SundayThe ship i returns to France with equal
of effort The minister of the participating grace Mrs C. L. McLendon Is chairman .
churches will meet at of the ExhIbits
T First Baptist Church will the First Baptist Church next Sun These Home-Making ti af
matters trifle. The
are a
Join,! Southern Baptists In the ob this year, and announces that clas-
day at 3 o'clock when the card world
can see once and for UicaUona will be let for
servance of Men'i up every
I Rev. and Mrs. James J. Chancy, church Sunday, January Day 27th.at the will be available. that we are a big nation because type of Item entered and ribbons

scionaries to Tanguleta. Da- Director of the survey was Rev. dadgumlt we THINK big! will be awarded the winners In o 1

> ey, West Africa, are to tell of Men of the church will be tea T. L. Fagan, pastor of the First The really!, big question is this: each cia... There will be hand- ,
[etr work in Africa at the Clew. tured In all activities of the day. Baptist Church, who expresses, appreclatlion WHAT MAKES MONA LISA work, such at sewing, knitting, a
Tton Assembly! of God on Sun- Presiding at the worship service to the many workers SMILEI crocheting, rug-making; painting,
U evening January 27, at 7:30.: In the morning will be the Brother I from various churches and the assistance or other arts or crafts work;
I Mona Lisa
of Lisa di
hood President Leon Bembry, a portrait canned fruits and vegetabela, Jellies -
(The Chancy were first appoint- of the public in giving the Anton Maria
h to Africa in 1955 by the For- mayor of the city of Clewlston anda information. This co-operation has DR. E. J. DANIELS Leonardo da, was Vinci painted sometime by preserves, etc.; baked good,
I Missions Board of the Assem"es teacher and deacon in his church. candle. "In fact, anything which
made the survey a successful one, around the year 1500. It.. always
of God at Sprlnfleld, Misrl. There will be a Fellowship lunch. said Mr. Fagan.Happy Daniels Revival Is been particularly noted !far its I.who I the enter personal It will work be of considered the person
sreved two term
They eon at Brotherhood Hall Sunday quaint smile, but In all these hun for exhibit In the competition this
are preparing for their thirdm evening at 5 o'clock for the men dreds of years, nothing has really 91
said Mr .
of service.four Rev.areas and of minlsy. Mrs.- and their families. Special guests Set In Belle GladeThe brought the subject to the attention year Judge will decide* on the top entries Tune up Special "
haney carry will be the It deserves.
men from the First fully takes the
They are Involved In "bush Baptist Church. Sebrlng. who will BirthdayJan. Dr. E. J. Daniels revival: good oT American Quest for Solving and ribbons will be placedon 6 Cylinder Motor
vangeltem. ," which carries them party is opening! a great revival winning Items on Tuesday
be Problems
guest speaker at the 7 p.m. Worldly to bring the \
J> the most primitive and pagan worship service. They are Jack 24-Stewart WhMden. effort in Belle Glade Sunday evening Issue to a heady evening, February 28. The JudgingIs
expected to consume most of the
iibes of African; pestering and in response to Invitation froma
deputy sheriff of
Jan. 25-Leslie Weetman, Randall evening and Mrs. McLendon estimate
Tupervlsion; the training of native lands and group of various denominationsof So far, a few really sensible explanations
County a deacon
forkers the work ofjie ; Ralph Fulford. churches In have been offered. it will be 9:30: or later before -
to carry on Clements, attorney, also a deacon; the area, according: the ribbons In ,I
church; and literature dlstrlbu- Roger Miller, real estate broker Jan. 26 Bonnie Fay Johnson, to announcement made by the : Dr. Gordon Jones, obstetrician Entries must be are in the place.hands of II

on. and developer, also a deacon. Ann Rogers, A. W. Waldron Sr. chairman Rev. James Fenton. from Fredericksburg, Va., made a the Home-Making Exhibit committee I
The revival will be in a tent
Dahomey gained its independ- Presenting the guest speakerswill Jan. 27-Mrs. D. B. Hampton, cathedral located next to Qulk. quick diagnosis that tallies with by Sunday, February 24th at 31! I. SU&"AIUND Wv
nee la August of 1960. Until that be C. H. Jones, chairman of John W. Daughtry. Chek store, and is for all people views of some other art patrons. 5 p.m., except baked goods, for r.
ime it was one of the French West deacons and teacher.An regardless of church affiliation "She's pregnant" said Dr. Jones, which the deadline Is 6 p.m. Tues- :J
[ Jan. 29-Evelyn Lovvorn, Edna as he loosened his
frican colonies.! preference. Dr. E. J. Daniel Is a stethoscope. .
all male GIddens, Evelyn Daughtrey, Frank
chorus and male
I The Chaneys have taken many Zemonek.Jan. native of Florida who has become Another authority suggested that
quartet will be featured at the 1ravfla ) I
kited slider of the'r work which evening at 7 widely. known through his evangelistic the painter, Leo himself, could .:
ey are to show la the evening p.m. 30-Sara E. Fountain, Betty services all over the U.S. and have just put the wrong end of i

.rvice. Curios of Africa are also Rev. L. T. Fagan pastor, and Sue Andrews Austin, W, A. (Bill) In several other countries. He has the gooey paint brush between his sY//ke J Jlite
.j be on display after the service. the men of the First Baptist Moore. preached to audiences up to 20,000 teeth (pltull) to cause this momentous '

James Klmbrel invites Church extend Invitationto persons. historical smirk. :
Pastor you a special
the Asssembly. of God to hear all county and city official, as Jan. 31-man Florentine, Billy Among the accolades Dr. Dan A famous dentist said that almost _1)
Blount Lucille G. Weaver, Sgt
James J. Chaney Missions well as to all men of the city, to iels cherishes Is one spoken by a every woman In those days aIN J
Ralph Hays, Dean Webb. '
tory join the evening service at 7 p.m. Florida sheriff, following a revival had to smile in that fashion. There
series at Arcadia. "There's hardly was little known then of dental JUST 20 YEARS, the U.S.
a person found in the saloons during care, no florlde tooth paste, and death rate has declined 18%. 1
the nights of the revival If Dr every well bred gal either snickered This means 3.000,000 peopleare
Daniels had carried on the service) behind the security of a lace alive today that would a pr i
another week the ealoons would hanky or simply smiled quaintly to otherwise be dead thank r t
have been entirely. empty." hide unsightly, teeth. I mainly, to new wonder drugs '
Lowell Lelstner is music director One Inebriated humorist put It and Improved medical care. a
; John Hoe, organist; Dr. H. as a question. "What other female The price of medicine 1* ".

H. Murphy, children's worker and 400 years old could get such attention the mall value Indeed of life compared and health.with ", it' E "..a:
Rev. Carey Douglas, personal! when on exhibition" J
worker and supervisor of equip Personally and I'm certainly; no
ment. Color movies depicting the expert because the best picture I've
"Life of Christ" will be shown during ever seen was a ceratln one of GALA i ipem
the revival, a different film Marilyn Monroe on a calendar, I V N b
each night Just prior to the mulsc think I know the real answer And
program, except on Sunday evening It', not very sensational ,
1 1 when the film will follow the All my kids have smiled sometimes
service. Just like this. Usually when P HA? MAC

A special boys and girl service they were asleep.
will be held at 7:15: each night I always contributed it to being Phone YTTkon t-8811 (1kwIstea. Pie.

prior to the showing of the film l just a wee tinge of gas. J
and Dr. Daniels will conduct a -- '

Teen service." He entitled will discuss"Talks with with all t
1 Clewiston Church '
courtship teenagers and and marriage.FULLER'S young people. love Directory:1:


I' 331 W. Oiceoli Avenue 102 E. Ventura Arena ',
Sooth Clewliton Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Rev, L. T. Fagan, Pastor j"
9.45: a.m.-Church School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Rev. Herb Pastor
By AL FULLER Hlgdon, 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service t
9:45: a.m.-Sunday School 6.00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fel, 6:00: p.m.-Training Union "\
PAA There's a very serious problemin 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service
lowshlp 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service it
Washington these days. Other 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training 7:30 p.m.Evening Service Wednesday:

matters of worldly importance Union Wednesday: 7:00: p.m.-Officers, and. Teachers ',
have been temporarily shelved so 8.00: p.m.-Worship( Service 7:15: p.m..;-Choir PracticeST. : Meeting

that this terribly urgent Issue may 1 Tuesday: 8:00: p.m,-Midweek Prayer Service
Put your money where the quality is. be solved.Of 8:00: p.m.-Brotherhood
course know the matteron Wednesday:
you ,8.,45; p.sgr-Choir! Practice: \ ,
quality backed by this Valiant warranty hand. It's on front pages all 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer (Episcopal) ,
207 N. Pacific
over America. And wouldn't :you Thursday:
know It'd take a WOMAN to get 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar NORTIISIDE I MISSIONARY \
ITiere'a no longer, more confident warranty has put great quality where major expense everyone all riled upl MONA LISA Sunday Service: BAPTIST CHURCH fl
in the entire automobile business than the can be. And we back up this confidence in 7:30: a.m.-Early. Eucharist 304 N. Francisco Street

one we offer when you buy a new Valiant writing! Valiant' beautiful, too., .and it CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Rev. Joe Sweat, Pastor 'i 1

We can confidently ask you to put your really zips. It's the best all-around compact Church School 10:00: a.m. Sunday School !,
money where the quality is,because Valiant anybody has come up with yet! Edwards 331 South Central Avenue Saints and Holy. Days as an 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
nounced. 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship ;
ln.t oV ct.hi material and *11111I""**. tee earn tuHboM. opomM
.V OMtart Wtmnfy
Auttwlnd Plymouth-Viltant Minister
Earl Arnold Confessions by appointment Wednesday:
labor,for>curl 10.000 NlIM. .""w--MI. j
for roquirod portio r
to aided put. NP'-'t' It roptlr.tthout lotsi Plumbing
.n M. .ngta. block, hood and kitonwl ports: lrmiwi.to.lon MM snd 1ntI..1 orb &*1"*"" annual. WACh. ); ores -.. .. RepairRenovation Sunday: 8:00 p.m.-Prayer Service _/
irk,dart.un/-'lolnb(.dudlne dust _), ....... and.. dlm.ned and rw r,4d. bs.rkgS..... .pSrldd ilia.... Massn.arvId 10:00: a.m.-Bible School COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN 'I
Cat1IfIed Car CaN acIIadu.
b ilia PlymejtMvalla.e
II rs.an.bb InWwIa.II. 11:00 a.m.-Worship
Replacements 407 Royal Pain Avenue ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH j

Put trust in f1 "1 mart who sell Valiant! Installation ) Wednesday 7:00: p.m.-:Worship Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev. Father Charles
your 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mac :
General devotionsand
Repairs 7:30
: p.m.-Mid-week 11:00 .m.-Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass fi
Trouble Shooting Bible study 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish 7:00 a.m.-Daily, Weekday Mass '
BECK MOTORSHighway Licensed Experienced House 7:00 a.m.-First Friday Mass

Available 8.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow-*. 8:00 p.m.-First Wednesday each
I Phone YU 2.7230 COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL shipWednesday month, Catholic Ladles' Al- j
tar Society
Clewiston Fla. HOLINESS CHURLSouth :
and San Benito Street 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice Saturday:

ClewfataRev. ':30 a.m.-Religious Instruction f

r- 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship South Clewliton Highway 72* '

Complete Line Of 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vic Turner Pastor ;
':45 a.m. Sunday School \
Service 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School ,
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Preaching
Building Material 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Service Tuesday: 6:45 p.m.-Training Union

Friday: 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship

7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Friday: Wednesday:
7:30: p.m.-Young People's MeetIng ':00 p.m.-Pr Meeting J

ASSEMBLY OF GOD 312 8. raclfle Avenue

:; FOR LARGE OR SMALL 21S Franelaee Street CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Joe Coleman

Rev. James. Klmbrel, Pastor (CHRISTIAN) 10:00: a.m. Sunday School

l CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School John C. Scheffler. Minister 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service .
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday: t
Wednesday: 11:00 a.m.-Communion and 7:30: Prayer Service

DELIVER YOUR NEEDS 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service Worship Service Friday: "
I Friday: Wednesday: 7:30: p.mv Young People's Endeavor 11
7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study J

This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: r m.

8 Hen iy County Floyd Howell, Agent Parkinson's t

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Pap Four THE CLHTWI3TON: NEWS Cl wl ton. Florida __ I .4... I'IU:! ; ',_ -"'"

Hendry Corporation of Tampa
HENDRY CORP. Fla., the lowest of five bidders on I I
the work. Two other contracts
valued at $3.079,988 are already
GETS LEVEE JOBA underway on railing the height of I *,
the protective levees around the
730-square mile lake in the centerof
$1,353.560 contract was awarded -
the state.
today by the U.S. Army Corps t
of Engineers in Jacksonville for Army engineers said the contract One StopService
raising a 7.5-mile section: of the awarded today to the Hendry firm
Herbert Hoover Dike, which surrounds Is for work along the southern
Lake Okeechobee.: shore of the lake between Belle u
The contract was won by the Glade and Bacom Point. Some 3 n
million cubic yards of material will I .
be taken from Lake Okeechobeeand
piled on existing levees around t
the lake to raise them two to six
feet in height A portion of the,
"' froEVERYONE borrow material will be used to
construct tree island inside the
:: READS lake area to give added wind-tide
protection to the levees.
AND USESWANT A 1700-foot strip of paving which:
I serves as a recreation and picnic t
ADS area in the vicinity of Torry
will be replaced, but access to
ry Island will be mainatined during'
the raising of the Hoover Dikes. .
1 The successful bidder will have

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\ TRACTORS FOR RENT v Circle T Rodeo Set Feb. 9 & 10
w .4' ..-1' \ EngravingWe -
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1wlttout i
By week or nioiiUrwIlh' er 'tractor\ drivers At (ndiantown's New Rodeo Bowl handle wedding announcements, invitations,

Phones In Belle Glade 996-3863 and 996-Z284
The: 15th annual Circle T. Ranch United States; and that the first personal or business cards or any other type of en-
Rodeo will take place February cattle herds and cowboys of the
9 and 10 in the new Rodeo Bowlat new world appeared in Florida graved stationery
--- Indlantown. according to G. C. with Ponce de Leon. Since that
Troup owner of the Circle T and time, cattle have remained an Important -
producer of one of the state's most part of the Florida scene,
exciting sports events. especiallyl: with the Introduction of
The annual Circle T Rodeo re- Brahma stock that can withstandFtorida's r Stamps-
portedly one of the best known in heat and ticks.
the nation, draws an annual crowd The brahmas have also put new
service kind of rubber
ONE LOW PREMIUM : 5-day given on any stamp.
rodeo, bull riding.
i In excess of 9,000 to watch con- life Into a major
testants ride and rope for the rodeo This phase of rodeo had been dropped
purse. ; ; when selective cattle breeding Signature stamps take A little<<; longer but can be se-
Provides Life Insurance on All Membersof While cowboys come to the replaced the lean and mean longhorns .'
Circle T Rodeo from all over I with a milder breed. cured.
Your Family under New Family Plan the country most of the stock Troup also said rodeo, which
U bred and raised on the U far older than Its name Is
; Vrawlin Circle T Ranch at the oldest sport In the United
Indlantown 35 miles northwest States as writ as its only native
See '
of West Palm Beach on Highway one. Baseball which U Advertisingoffered -
710.According. commonly thought of as an
to Troup, the bucking American sport 1s actually derived to you through the Clewiston News. If your
horses: used in the rodeo are wild from a rime played with
Beardsley Nash spirits that have refused to become -I stocks and a ball In England
business requires reaching the market this is
I saddle broken and are kept during the late 17th century, mass
for rodeo He added rodeo Is the only sportIn
I by the ranch only purpose
Insurancegency *. Cow ponies used by the the nation' that has derived from your headquarters for a single advertisement, or .a
horsemen: however, in the calf an industry and is probably without
Your Independent Agent cuing and wrestling events are I doubt the most dangerous one. continuous campaign.
tiYM Servo YOU First highly trained animals used .In the : A new 7,00 foot airstrip has recently
daily work of the competing: cow: been built at Indlantown
tOt East Sujrarland
HlghwmyOewfatan. boys. I within walking distance of the Rodeo
Fla. Phone Yukon t-7Ml' Troup said the cattle Industry, Bowl and is available to spectators
from which rodeo has derived, it : that come by private aircraft Direct Mail ServiceThe -
I almost four centuries old in the .

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SILVER WEDDINGIS I Art Show Opens ed the nucleus of a machine shop, SEEN ON TV
in Miami during 1935, but World
: Haven r :- 1 War II came along and Stockman
The three-day art show which went into service. He is a veteran Mike Davis and Gretchen Bryan,
CELEBRATEDThe opens Thursday. Jan. 24, will pit with both Army and Navy service, who received national award in
sent exhibits in the Arcade Build- f1 I 'af and served aboard a destroyer and
Silver Wedding anniversaryof ing and Gantt Building, instead of + '1 : I later a troop transport the physical fitness program, sponsored
Goedhart :Ihs former BIB w by the AAU received their
Mr. and Mrs. Bob was 1 1
the occasion for a surprise party building Moore Haven Woman's i Stockman came to Clewiston certificates a presentation shown
dub members who when the government held a surplus -
given for them Saturday evening. are sponsoring on television Monday evening.
Hostesses were their daughtersMrs the show announced. sale of equipment at old Riddle
Sarah Duckworth and Mrs. The displays will be In the Ar Field after the war. "Charlie Ben York recreation director of

J. p Strickland. The party was cade building, opposite Leila's Sundries Miner and Mrs Jca Griffin coaxedme West Palm Beach presented the
and in to stay, saying the area need-
held at the Goedhart home. the former location of I awards, while the news camerasof
Those attending were Mr. and Callie'a store in the Gantt Build ed a machine ahop. So my wife
Bill Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. In,. Rental of the other building! and I decided to call Clewiston Channel S were grinding. The
Mrs.B. W Hundertmark, Mr. and Mrs. I first chosen for the show led to i home. 'Doc' Koch will always havea newscast was seen at 6:10 p,m.
the change Woman's warm spot in our hearts becausehe
Lewis Wellington, Mr. and Mrs. mem-, Gene Fuller, Clewiston recreation
was our first customer-a $150
J. Andreis, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Ralph Ford, Mr. and Mrs. E. R I The show is free and open to Job," said Stockman.The director, accompanied the young-

Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde the public. Hours will be from 9 I original Stockman shop was tars to Palm Beach for the cere-

Hatfield. I I I. a.m.Saturday.to S pm. Thursday through built in the spring of 1946! ; it was mony.

enlarged in 1956 and again in 1962.
SOCIETY ,I The work of local artists and: The force consists of Dave Stockman .
nembers of the Fort Myers Art
M president and guiding; hand PIZZAYU I
wLJ: bj
PARTIESSt for the concern as well as designer
The show is being provided by etc. of many items built; Mrs.
Margaret's Altar Society: held th' Mjslc and Arts Comm'ttee, Naomi Stockman, his wife vice 2-3311
of the Woman's Club and the Fort', .. rw president and an important worker
its monthly card parties Thursday '
11th. Af-ers artists group Mrs. J. S. :rd in the office; Mrs. Betty Carlton Sugarland Pharmacy
January tables of players enjoyed Click is chairman of the local com bookkeeper; Al Rogers, fore-
bridge games at the home of Mrs.Geore mittee. Other members are Mrs. I.I. man, who has been with the Stock-
Yon with Mrs. Allen Pad- Faye Yoder, Mrs. Frank Yaun ." mans six years; Nelson Villarino
Lulsa Mrs. Dewey Tompkins and Mrs "' and Manuel M!ndez. machinists,
gett co-hostess. Mrs. 1J\ Income Tax
W. A. Shul r. both Cuban from the
Armas won high prize and Mrs refugee!

J. Andrela the draw prize. De-I I rf: ,\ .. ,. ', ., .. Castro regime, wan much experience ServicePersonal
pie and coffee were served. StewartStanfordMr. .>, e .. 1: n in sugar mill machinery; Otto
Toulls entertained
Mrs Jennie t Bamberg, welder; Joe Duquette
other card lame Mrs. Ida Craw and Mrs. J. B. Stanford announce DAVE STOCKMAN WILL TAKE PLEASURE anced, machines work, will be filled with Square mechanic; Wayne Wilkinson, ap I & Business
l ford won first prlza and Mrs. Rafael the marriage of their IN SIIOWING VISITORS THROUGH greatly Dancers hi the evening, when Lew Green Miami
Catila second prize. Apple pi? daughter Sandra, to James Stew enlarged shop Saturday at Open House. The caller, will lead the "Swing Your Partner" routines. prentice mechanic and Ernest Williams Phone YU 22071144AvenidaDelRio

a la mode was served with coffee, art son of Mr. and Mrs. John rooms where these massive, yet delicately bal .-STAFF PHOTO Jr., helper.
nuts and mints.Playlet .
Stewart of Panama City.
The Open House will wind
weekend In Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. eekcnd visiting Miss Peggy Par-I Stockman Holds up
store with a western style dancein W. G. PERRY
Th3 young couple have gone to Ji s in LaBelle. square
Panama CJy where he will be employed Cithsrine! Brown Mrs. I i I Open House Sat. the evens s ;'*stating at It p,m.
Ruth Beardsley, Miss Marjorie Bill Johnson of Johnson !
with his father.rPersonals. Fishing!
Church ServiceA Lew Green of Miami will ba callIng -
Open House at Stockman In. Tax Consultant
Daughtrey and Miss Evelyn Lee at- Camp has returned to Clewiston
'Five In a UVI.l, .eaacJ a meeting of District 8, Bus after spending seven months in : dustrles, E. Sugarland Highway Kane Kutters and all square
Room". one cf a series of programs Inca and Professional Women's I Quartslte, Arizona. I Clewiston will be observed Saturday dancers are especially Invited..
dub in Jupiter Sunday. and the public is invited to
Church's Missionto
on "Ihs 1 I Mr and Mrs. V. E. Snyder of drop in any time during the day
Persons in Special: Need" will J Jt Mr. an J Mrs. Phil ThIelen have Bethany, 111., were weekend to see the enlarged shop facilities-

be presented by the Esther Church's Circleat moved to Pahokee, where they reside guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orris. and additional equipment of this 0 ATTENTION!
the First at 193 N. Greenstar Ave The Tha Orrises, whose permanenthome 'I machine shop.Actually .
1*. Fred Topper went to Ap- '
evening services Sunday.The
Thlelena Invite all Clewiston friendsto : is Bethany, are winter residents w
service will be held starting a'tc.Yccia: : : to attend funeral serve much of the space and
visit 1 them in their nw hamj. of Clewiston. Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
equipment has been in few
at 7.30: in the Social: Hall of : far: her: brother-in-law, T. C. use a I ,
the church, following a study meeting Mabrey recently. Her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot Rev. and Mrs. Victor Turner, months, but Stockman and his
of the women at 6:30. The play. Mabrery rteurned with her for a returned Saturday from a stay of.ever.l Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Preston, Mrs. force have bscn tea; bjjr: to take LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND

let deals with family problems and visitW. weeks In Tallahassee. during W. R. Baxter and Wm. Robert time for an Open House. The machines WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
when A. Norman was a visitor In underwent are designed for use of
adjustments necessary which Mr. Broadfaot : BlerzonsU were in Miami to visit
grandfather comes to live. Taking Folkston, Ga, over the weekend, surgery twice at Tallahassee .*...;;, Lynn Bierzonskl, who is a.ii.cnt heavy Industry, much, of it, of
parts of parents, grandfather: : going up to see his wife, who was Memorial Hospital. He is in excel I : in Baptist Hospital I II course, the sugar industry. Included : A Low Cot Farm Mortgage
daughters and boy friends and hs,:talized there. Mrs. Norman lent condUoa. The Broadfoots were in the new machines 11II 5- FEDERAL, LAND BANK LOAN
grandfather's friend are Clyde' made a rapid recovery from surgery guests cf their son-in-law and I M.mi Mrs. Fred C Sixes are II foot radial drill, a 32 inch shaper, WIll FumlMi Cub Toe
Hatfield, Mrs. Leola Vaughan, W. : and: is visiting her sister fora daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Earl E. spending several days In Tucson, a model 10M Libby Turret Lathe,

P. Jernlgan. Joanne Wood Nancy ihcrt time before returning to n.......& .nj lan.y: I _..a. where Mr. Slkrs has gone I a 52 inch swing 16 ft center, lathe Finance Refinance farm dflbtll.Improvement, new building, pnrchaM
lus incidental ]
cthsr: tools.
Lee Ricky Sexton and C. T. Dea Clewiston.Mrs. 'i a businass! trip. wind machine and Install Irrigation.Amliit .
con. J, L. McDaniel spent the Miss Susan Schick spent th? ._ I D.ve SIoi-Kman: presit? :nt of the e In purchase a> farm grove er ranch
.... firm: is a talented: machinist, and: e Purchase more land
-' deigns! and:! manufactures necessary e Provide capital fnnda for the farm eaterprlae.OM.T .
equipment for the territory. A LAND BANK LOAN
"le is now building to his own design HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES

Items of equipment thai. will 1. Lower payment.
be used in cane farming 2. Longer terms (op to SO yeara).
that'll have Stockman is a .fifth generation S. Dependable service (tervlng agriculture excliurrelj
1 saw1\ you ravic'I -
Qn a American, each generation having alnre 1>17))
4. Full prepayment privilege without penalty
produced one machinist. His great-
5. Loan aervlce 07 local people familiar with local
I great-great-great grandfather wasa agriculture.If .
I wheelwright, who from
11 came we can be of service to yon pteace write or phone
Baden Baden, Germany as a mercenary
FORODEALERANNUALI soldier in the Indian Wars, W B. MAY, Mgr or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Aaat. Mgr.

says Stockman. He lived in Pennsylvania
and married a girl of Federal Land Bank Associationof

scotch: extraction. Stockman Is a

native of Marlon, Ohio Bradenton
He became a machinist: and

I opened: his own business In De- I PIlONEl 7432031 BRADENTON. FLA
tent, only to lose it In the de
WINTER SC1ALS I pression. He and his brother start '





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Pas-' Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston._Florida ____ -- 1181
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I -Da-"From log nothing in efficiency and we an increasing rate The findingsare
Uncle Devil's Garden Says: could probably pay off the national reported in "Cancer Facts and Harlem NewsEvents

debt in 10 year. Figures for 1963", a publication of

DEAR MISTER EDITOR: ed U we cat this operation Isaac Cornfodder allowed as the American Cancer Society.
down to one Senator, the savings how, now that we was trimming Leukemia is described as a can-
I ; The fellers at thj; country store would pay off the national the horse's tall, we ought cer of the blood-forming tissues Colored CommunityMRS.
I Saturday night was working on a debt In about 20 year. to set a time limit on how, long and is characterized by the ab- and News Of Our

new idea, one that might git your each session them fellers could normal production of Immature
editorial support.Ed On account of Ed being Republican set fee business. Fer instant, white blood cells Acute leukemia JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor

I Doolittle claims they slot he was advocating that he said he was reading where strikes mainly In children and is "
} but one hope fer this country I all 50 Senators took off the them Congressmen didn't do treated by using newly developed Phone YU 3-1253
and that's to cut down on the payroll be Democrats. This caused nothing the last week they was drugs and combinations of drugs.
1 size of the Congress. Fer instant a little argument amongst the In session Them that wasn't at Latest reports show that drug --

says Ed, Senators is too expensive fellers and it was final agreed it home working for re-election treatments have extended life froma Robinson In Bishop and Mrs. Notes From The
and allows as how we could would be Supreme Court proper to was reclining on their office few months to as much as three Pvt.

r' git along fine with Just one from split 'em Democrat and Republican ''I sofas. years. Many scientists now believe HawaiiArmy Ball Honored llth Episcopal: Dig
each' state. half and half. He said he saw a piece where that if found
'f I Clem Webster was strong la Zeke Grubb said now that we I Senator Young of Ohio looked which drugs or vaccines: are Pvt Lawrence Robinson, I Ceremonies honoring Bishop and
: ( favor of this notion said he was gittlng down to the root of around one day at the end of can cure or prevent any cancer Jr., 22, is participating with other Mrs. William F. Ball were held Rt. Rev. William F. Ban >Sr,
will effective
they be most
I I I. was reading a piece In the parrs all evil we ought to cut the number the session and they wasn't a first in leukemia members of the 25th Infantry Division Wednesday evening, January 18, presiding bishop. The state pUj
,I. last November where one of them House members to single Republican present so begot and the lymphomas In a three-week training ex-: 1963. at 7:30: p.m. in the Lee Audi Ding meeting was held at Edward
Lymphomas arise In the
i Senator, at Cnvemmeai expense : half of what we now got He up and said, "Mr. President arctic in Hawaii. torium Edward Waters College Waters College, Jacksonville, Fit
lymph and include
I ,i nailed oat 300.000 letters claims ever state could retire half I ask unanimous consent: to abolish lymphosarcoma.system of the body It has been Robinson' unit Company A of Program: Master of ceremonies, Wednesday, January 16, 1963. rjj'A.
I gttttag re-elected. Clem linerI I their House members without cost- the Republican Party." The determined that the division's 14th Infantry, has Rev. J. S. Johnson; orgran prelude; L. Bennett, presiding.
i ,, feller that was presiding wasn't.tI some patients moved by sea and air from its opening hymn, Dean J. B. Epperson Processional!, doxology: ; call to
I I: paying no attention and afore he with lymphatic cancers can lead horn station at Schofield Barrackson ; Invocation, Rev. W. White; worship, Dr. A. L. Bennett. P.E,

normal lives for ,
I i I thought said "Without objection, many :years. Oahu to the Army's Pohaku- scripture, Rev. I. D. Hinson; se- Montlcello district; hymn ]Dr. Il
it is so ordered." Because leukemia and related loa Training Area on Hawaii for lection, Edward Waters College M. Lindsay, P.E., Orlando district;
And It was on the last day of forms of cancer: are an Increasing combined mobility and firepower choir; the occasion. Rev. J. A. Invocation Dr. E. Harley, Pg,
H REPEATIf the session that a couple Congressmen cause of death among adults, and exercises with other divisional Roberts; Panama City district; selection,
I sneaked through a III the foremost killer disease of children units.A Expressions of welcome, city of Edward Waters choir; scripture,
I Ii I million approperatlon to build between 1 and 14 years of: rifleman In the company, be Jacksonville; president W. B. Stew Dr. D. A. Russell, P.E. Fort Pierce

that fish aquarium job In Wash ale the American Cancer Society: entered the Army !in January, 1962, art Edward Waters College; Dr. district; decalogue, Dr. J. C. Wil
you have any notion to build a home in ington. will allocate $2,000,000 In a broad and completed: basic training at L. B. Childs, professional men of hams, P.E, Orlando district,
: AD In aU, Mister Editor, I program of leukemia-related research Fort Jackson, S.C., before arriving the city. ; Dr. James H. Lewis. business benevolent offering Dr. C. C
think the fellers has got a good In 1963. The program will In Hawaii In October. I and concerns; Rev. C. A. Brooks, PE., St. Petersburg dls
3-polnt program. Cut the number embrace the quest for a practical Robinson was graduated from Weaver, Interdenominational ministerial trlct; sermon hymn, Dr. A. R
the next few years-tie up your lots NOW! of Senators and Congressmen test to detect the disease before it Booker T. Washington High SchoolIn alliance; Dr. H. James Richardson, P.E, West Jacksonville

In half and knock off that develops In the blood stream, a Moore Haven in 1960 and work- Greene, Jacksonville public district; introduction of speak.

last week on the calendar of search for further effective: drugsfor ed for the U.S. Sugar Corp., Inc. I schools; Mrs. A. B. Williams, General er, Bishop William F. Ball Sr;
operations. Ed DoollUle was treatment and studies relatingto prior to entering the army. His officers of the AME Church; sermon. Dr. R. C. Snelling P.!.,
} 25% down-the rest is easy. nominated chairman of the radiation cell viruses and basic leukemia parent alive on Route 2, Clewlston. Mr. Emmett Shelby, U.S. marshal, Tallahassee district; Invitation, Dr,

steering committee and hell : structure. Washington D.C.; Mrs. A. R. Rich- S. H. Hunter, P.E., East Tampa

be In to see you soon. I hope According to a spokesman for ardson, missionary department, district; offering; remarks; announcements
yon will see flues to give us the Society's. Florida Division, the AME Church; Dr. Reche Williams, ; doxology; benediction. >
your editorial supportTours $2,000,000 allocation for leukemia ." AME laymen; Miss Mayola Monroe .

truly research Is the greatest support IOeOQOOO TOURISTS CAMS, y young people's department of
J. E. Beardsley Real Estate Uncle Dan ever provided by any voluntary 10 aORtDft IN I960. THIft' the AME Church; greetings from Band Parenta'Club
health agency.TAMPAN. 19 MORE TWflN\ TWO TIME I Florida, Rev. Jack Davis, president
More Adults Now THE POPULATION OF OUR ,I of State Council: of Churches;
j'f selection Edward Waters choir;
Reg. Real Estate Dropsy ,ADDED 1,855,000,000
TO THE ecoNocrf OF presentation to Mrs. William F.
Have Leukemia The regular meeting held
FLORIDA Ball, Mrs. Julia Walker Brown;
Thursday night, Jan. 17, 1963. at
206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
Leukemia, a form of cancer presentation to the Rt. Rev. William the schooL The president presidedand
which has been associated ,1. F. Ban, Rev. S. A. Cousins;
I primarily I quite a few new faces were
Jjl with children's deaths Is actu- TO REGAIN CROWN ,; I response, the Rt. Rev. William F. present Plans are In progress to

l his; ally striking more adults and at: : Ball.; benediction, Rev. D. A. Russell launch a financial drive for the

s February 6, 9,10,13 and 18 are ., band and all parents who are not
days when big-car auto racing has 1t active members are asked to
; WE WANT been scheduled at the Florida State Harlem Academy please give the organization your

Fair at Tampa.That' t Homecoming ParadeA full support The first In a series
of activities will be an entertain:
also the time Pete Folse .. .. parade of floats, band and students ment at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
YOUR TIREBUSINESS of Tampa has been waiting for were escorted by the Police Jimmie
Sanders Friday night,
since that fateful Sunday, Sept 30, Department up and down the popular -
Jan. 26. There will be
a variety of
1962, when his fourth successive
streets of Harlem Monday aft
sandwiches and soft drinks for sale,
International Motor Contest Association
j, ':f:; ,}, title slipped away. t1lPE1j\\ ernoon.ity filled Members the streets of the and commun-conrers the price will be reasonable. Stop
by and '
bring all friends. Ware
.r' "Pistol Pete" bad a slim point b\ witness. this gala affair.
lead over Johnny White of Warren, expecting you and youraHilton's
:: appearance and performance -
r'.t and we thinks Mich., going into the last race .i of the Booker T. Washington

; '., of the season at Winchester, Ind. Band of Moore Haven was very
.,. "' ); p' you'll enjoy White, the 1962 champion, wasn't OCMRNOII"screens Fl.0R00A TOSNI outstanding. The Homecoming Groceryroceries
to be denied that day and when
b Queen, Miss Barbara Ganious, La- Fresh Meat:
I 4 action was completed Folse was In Belle, and her glamorous attend- Vegetables
; .iI. : doing second place by 105 points. White [ ants
_.- .. were greatly; admired for Sold Drinks Essential Items
finished the campaign with 2,580 CROSSONLY their poise and dignity( they We Appreciate Your Patronage

with us points Folse with 2.475' passed by riding in, a beautiful Mr, and Mrs. ThnnU*'
In his bid) for the 62 crown, Folse float decorated with Proprietors '
pink artificialroses.
RALPH AND CARET FORD was bounced out of first place during f ,

May and didn't get back on top The Baker Academy School Bandof

ANY \N Yt'VOlI' L'POKAT JIT'S .. until the. race meet preceding Winchester Punta Gorda also played a wonderful -
\ : part in making the affaira Mamie's i

l ; A, TxEFttlFf E ( IC BUYTircston; likened His late to the season one he comeback staged at was the Scouts a eISJ, Girl Other Scouts features Brownie were Troop Boy, Style CenterNew

__ ,_ ,, 1963 Florida exposition There, he Miss Patrol. Hilton
needed to win the final two features bers of OES Grocery memo Stock of Girl's Dresses
: Chapter 29a
of a four day schedule And, AT o sentatives Repre- Shorts, and Slim Jima
from each class
room 242 Alabama'
he was equal to the task. and Street
1i our own Harlem Academy
I But that's history now. And, the CORNERS Band, directed by Mr. Freddie Mrs. Maml McDsnlel.,
IY Y new IMCA season is about to get Jones. Mr. Jones and the band are Proprietor -
underway and Folse faces its open-
urAN dear to our hearts.A .
Ing with determination
his heart.
capacity. house was in attendance '
I' His racing car the Honore
i at the game and the homecoming
i Offenhauser Harlem
has been rebuilt by Garagenow
ceremonies at the
master mechanic, Hector Honore torlum gymna-
later in the
evening. The
of months.Pans 111, during the past local teams were victorious In both businessElbert open

Its ready to roll. And, Pete
Folse's hands are ready to drive Allen, Jr.
: for the championship that escapedhis : P. T. A. Notes Phone YU 26248Julia'

grasp in 1962. The regular meeting of the PTA
will Je held Monday night Jan.
TUBELESSWHITEWALL 28, 1963. The meeting will be called

to order by the president, Mrs.
Vets Info ServiceBy THE CLEWISTON NEWS Annie Mitchell Plans for the Apron
Bally; will be completed and
member Is Beauty Nook
FRANK E. VELTRE expected to be present

I (choice of narrow or wide) County Service Officer My room Is just and each. member will receive ILDapl'OJ1. : EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES
DELUXE CHAMPION NEW TREADS In its program of service to veterans The high light of the evening will Care-To Your Hair

trruat ON aouno Tim SXXXM! CIt ON vou OWN Tilt!!' and their dependents, the dreamy, and I be a Fashion Revue sponsored by Mrs, Jon* Us* Bales
Veterans Administration disbursed members of the Home Making De Proprietor

t Any Size more than $101S million to 109,343 did it myself!" partment The PTA needs your
veterans in the State of Florida In presence and support

compensation and pension payments Better schools make Better Com-
during 1962. Interested parents make
I The VA also reported at ;year's better ch11dren.: Elite Cafe and
end that dependents of deceased 1b

veterans, including parents, wid-- Personal Mention

ows and orphans, In Florida were Rev L. Holmes pastor, New GroceryHome
paid 132.3 million In death n.l
compensation : Bethel Church
I or pension.A planning conference of the AME Cooked Meal
city: and state breakdown of Church that was held in Jacksonville -
4949plug the payments became possible Fla. the past week. He was .
through the usage of the electronic: accompanied on his trip by Mrs GROCERIES:
data processing equipment at the Julia Sales. He and his guest
HInes H, VA Automatic Data also present at the ceremony were hon- FRESH MEATS

Processing Center. oring Bishop and Mrs. William F .
The payments are ,up over a Balk SCHOOL
year ago because of the enactment ROLLATEXssnmoa
of a law that Increased LATIX ESSENTIAL ITEMS
compensation The many friends of
a..11N.. ..11.. Mrs. Emma
payments from 91 a ..III..a N. ,.... Kelsey are Indeed sorry to hear Clewiston News
1 month for those with only: a 10 per ..., ..Ma 4oyo I" of her recent illness and
regret to
cent: disability to $25 a month for = :::: .d know that she Is
Our ttt* TTtadi.idmlifbd tMtdallio those with 100 per cent disabilities ', .; confined to Hen-
FREE MOUNTING *and stop mart,or* In some special cases the increasewas $e98 our dry wishes General to HospitaL her for We extend Cold Drinks
GUARANTIEDFORD'S as much as $150 a month. GAL : early recovery -
One Low Price For Any Size Any Type t. == Compensation payments are paidto Stop By and Be Refreshed

I veterans of the Spanish-Ameri Church
&A..ert.enal .sad. fiord. can War World War I and II, EVERY 2nd CAN News e
''I 12-MONTH ROAD Honored at over 60JXJOtoeollont Korean Conflict and peacetime New Bethel AME Church, Rev.
L. For
moil Holmes Information
in aU 60 fates and Canada son la service with service-connected dIs- pastor
rt..M.. FREE Sunday school 8:30
abilities. : a.m., Mr.
Enjoy the Voice oj Firestone every Sunday Evening :=..a:.='3' Pensions are paid by the VA At Ne .....* ono YOUR w'.Morning". supt. Call YUkon 27651LOCAL

to veterans whose disabilities are worship begins 10.55: .
Over ABC Tclevition a.m.
not service connected and whose
Income does not exceed: certain MI\If'C- Store Evening worship, T p.m.
statutory limits. Pensions are also meeting Tuesday nijt
paid dependents of deceased vet- AI Fuller's Renewals for choirs Wednesday
J ; SHELL SERVICE trans whose deaths were not due and Next Thursday; nights. -- M
to service connected disabilitiesand Sunday is "Rally; Day" and
I? wboee Incomes are within limo Country Store all members are asked to pay ron.(
SUGARLANDHWY. PHONE YU 2-6861 its fixed by law. $$.00. An boards and auxiliaries .
are asked to report $10.00.

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"' _. January 24. 1963 ____ Clewlston. Florida THE CLEWISTON NEWS Pap Seven

.... "'! ...." place winner and Nicky Fisk, sec Ladies Of Lake I money." He pointed f'It.that! the
.' I ond cost of supervising cne person
,..,.... 1\! 0 .' (' A single elimination tournament Bowling LeagueTeam (state average) Is 1138.88 for a
t{:: 11 ,
I to
whole while it costs $1.241
; year
'. Is being organized to select two Won Lost
; : ,$.,. boys In three age dlvlsiion to represent Sport Shop .......,..........,......,.. 48 26 maintain this person In prison. In
: .;".:....' ,: ; the Clewlston Recreation Department Hare Lumber ...................... 44 28 addition they supported dependents
.: I In the District 5, Florida U.S. Sugar Corp. ,........... 41 31 many of whom would otherwise
I Recreation Association Billiard Parkinson's .........-.............. 34 38 have been on the welfare rolls of
;t" Tourney In Stuart on February 16. Glades Restaurant ............ 33 39 the county.
,,' a .,,..1/ .))1" Toggery Shop ................... 32 40 I Another activity of the supervis
j BIKE RACES AT FAIR Old South Barbecue ......... 30 42 o or's office is that of conducting
Three bicycle: teams will repre- Wilson Lumber ...........,...... 28 44 pre-sentence investigation for the
jj sent Clewlston Youth Center in the courts, as requested. The two supervisors
South Florida Fair Bicycle Cham- High Individual Game i connected with the south
j i plonshlps at West Palm Beach Sat Charlsle Wilson ...........'................. 172 west Florida office presented 111
urday. Races will be on the Palm Vonell Berry ................_.............. 167 pre-sentence investigations to the
Beach Speedway. Bruce Waldron, Pat Baker ..........'.......,.................... 161 courts during 1962; 85 of them for
Ronnie Olden, Dennis Gann and circuit judges (4 In Glades, 6 In
e. Doug Angell will ride In the Senior Ilifh Individual Series Hendry: counties).
High Division. Vonell Berry..:....,............,....,..,..... 447 During the year seven probation
There will be two teams entered Charlsle Wilson .............................. 443 ers were revoked during the year,
? > In the Junior High Division; one I Winnie Plank ........... ,..................... 406 (three for crimes and four for
__ --- composed of Bobby Hare, Edwin technical violations, such as changing -
I Cato, Gary Redlsh, David Beards- Parole Supervision residence or employment with
I Irr ley and the other of Bobby Red out permission or failure to submit
lsh, Mark dark Steve Bell and Saves Men And MoneyJohn a monthly report) One of these
Jimmy Carithers. was In Glades County, none in
W .Madden, district supervisor Hendry. Eleven paroles were re-
JUNIOR BASKETBALL of the Florida Probation and voked and returned to Raiford Prison \ -
Parole Commission for five southwest during the year' nine of these
Results of the four
games played Florida counties has summarized were for the commissllon of new
KATHY W1HTWORTH attracted an idmlrlnr gallery at her pro, Matt Stanton during which the thrilled the crowd with an last week In the Junior Boys Basketball the activities of the district crimes and two were technical violations
cllalo at the Clewlston Country Club Friday: Following her denteagle on the lone par4'seventh hole.-STAFF PHOTO League were as follows:
office for 1962. There were 93 probationers such as Changing residenceor
onstration clinic, Ihe played: an exhibition t-holes Klwanls
with Clewlston Thursday, Jan. 17: defeated
I and 105 parolees under employment, purchasing an automobile -
Rotary 27-6; Lions' defeated : supervision! of the office, 2'proba or failure to support de
iston visit, she expressed her desire Adc'le McGehee, Ruby McIntyre, Fire Department, 318. tions and 24 parolees were In Hen- pendents. One parolee In Glades
Women Golfers Get Tips From Pro to return next year. I I Golla Green, Barbara Egnew, partment Monday defeated January 21 Rotary: Fire 23-7 De-, dry County and one probationerand and four in Hendry were revoked.
I ease I Louise Wiesenfeld and Theresa 11 parolees were in Glades The caseload of the office: has Increased -
Lions defeated Kiwanis
Winner of the ladies tournament Stanton. 2212. County. Approximate earnings 20 per cent said Madden,
As Whitworth last week was Nell Hooks with. e Standings to date: Lions, 1.000; monthly current earnings of these during 1962. The office maintainstwo
Kathy Conducts
ClinicKathy Fire ,
Dept. .600 Kiwanis .400
I Bonnie Durrence in second place. Pro of the week at the Clewiston ; ; parolees were 4,763 in Hendry and supervisor (Madden is one of
I Tomorrow's tournament will 1 be a course-Bill Baker, who turned !in Rotary, .000.Eugene $1,954 in Glades them), and a secretary The Florida -
Whitwortti. one of the top Imitated the average golfer, purposely -, "Blind Partners" contest. a very nice 37 and Gold Green Using the average for the group o Probation and Parole Commission \
money winners on the professional hitting behind the ball, digging I e I with two 48's, the second one after : Hine Wins Madden estimated that these men I has requested the legislatureto
tour, gave a very interesting and up turf and topping the ball Free lesson will be given by 4-putting number two; putting 7th Grade Golf under supervision In the two counties -' authorize the expenditure of
1 helpful clinic on golf at the Country While playing the nine hole ex- I Matt Stanton to beginning ladles number four, and a ball in the water I Tops supported 26 dependents."Thus -II- $77,785 during the 196345 biennium
i Club last Frjiay.\ It was La hibltlon: with our pro, Matt Stan- between 9:30: and 10:30.: Luncheonwill on number nine I Eugene Bloc defeated Randy the system of supervisionhas bulk of which will be spent in
dies' Day and Kathy enjoyed chatting ten, sh) answered questions asked be at noon. 0 r I II I Ccckrlll 2-up in the match play not only enabled these men to I Lee County to maintain the staff
with the ladles at lunch and by the gallery and, on Matt's suggestion I e tournament among seventh grade return to normal life and rehabilitate and office there, and add another
started the clinic immediately aft : explained the execution of Matt is also offering a free clinic Ladles who wish to play in the I boys Monday and became champion themselves as useful citizens, j I supervisor and secretary in the
erward. Several men joined in for sand traps and other difficult between 9:30: and 10:30: Saturday Sebring Invitational on February12th golfer of the 7th grade of but it has saved much public area.
the instruction. shots. I mornings for boys and girls must sign up and pay entry Clewiston High School ,,-
.' fee of $2.50 to the secretary of the Coach Car) Ferrara has given a4 gg,
Beginning with the short irons, Tis large group following were 0 ladies organization, Ruth Mottlcy, golf Instruction to the 7th grade
Kathy demonstrated the three most .pleasantly .surprised when Kathy Competing in the Lehlgh Acres by February 5th. Also please let boys at their physical education kt
commonly used grips (overlapping : eagled the long par S seventh Invitational on January 17th were her know whether you prefer an period for the past six weeks, and
Interlocking and baseball]), h::e. Playing from the men' tee 15 local women. The low gross electric cart. Tee-off time will be the tournament was at the conclusion -
also the three stances (open, square she hit a drive and a two-iron to prize for Clewlston was won by 9 a.m. of the course a
and closed), Working up throughthe within a few feet: of the cup and Bonnlo Durrence with a terrific Next week Ferrara starts another ? 1e
long irons and woods she hit knocked in the putt for a three. 93. Margaret Schmidt won low net group, the second period class consisting
intentional hooks and slices, as she with a 76. Addle McGehee whose of 8th and 9th grade boys, :
put it, the most difficult of all, the Kathy, who Is only 23, Is on the 97 was very good, took the secondnet RECREATION NEWS on six weeks of similar golf les safe w'a'r
straight ball! She both amused and staff of the Walter Hagen Golf prize with 77 Consolation prize sons. "The boys are very Interested
amazed the spectators when she C;). At the end of her third! Clews went to Barbara Egnew.B. "8" BALL TOURNEY and we like that, because golf t
Wolk of Hole in,the Wall Club,
_... has a fine carry-over value for
won the overall gross prize with a Results of the "8" Ball Tournament -0 students. They can play it throughout
'cHIROPRACTlC"CL sizzling 80, following by P. West at the Clewiston Youth Center their entire life." said Ferrara. rysfals"TheSweefef
HERRING N ? of Cape Coral with 85. Tied for were posted with Kay Owens I
overall low net at 67 were J. Fran- winning first and Sandt McConvllle SEE
Over 650 Insurance Companies pay chiropractic claims zese, Cape Coral and Pauline second In the girls' division
Sweeney of Lehlgh Acres. Johnnie Turner, Freeman t '
Separate Facilities For Colored Participating from Clewiston Hodges and ]David Angell finished 424 E. Sncariand Ave

.I7 \V, Sngarlond Hwy. mOIl J-7911 were Nell Hooks, Bonnie Durrence, In that order In the boys 14 and for Ever SoftP
Lllah Florentine, Evelyn Vaughn, under divisloln. In the older boys' TAX SERVICE p. Jj Sugar
Nell Parkinson, Ruth MoWer, division Johnny McGee was first

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Page alight THE CLEWI; TOP( ? 1I/S Qewlsto Flo .lan .

explaioinj\ / the bee, lei-Waters were right m Ule.Ic. I
c arts. Tt$y don't prove a cockeyed you some relief In time if you have abort delicate\ Aia.lt I want to don't you try it thanks for listening why .a course their slime, ThtCornmunists\ have .,
Late. To book I headache but I haven't found one us,,.. in I and Q your pro? Bets of Communists i lie '
Too thing in my a I !..frgasy kid stuff myheLtharg now > backuy of tb_ Communist < nlKwfoal of bringing the
I yet that Is "Fast, Fast. Fast" SoI my business I jram." I think Just from and the operations included in the high WOI'4In\ d W.t. the dominance etttr- !
; : Aside from the extravagant wish that screwball who stages pure gratification. party is oIl1ic !
Comn\vwist\ party he
Classify f claims and so-called scientific the race to my bloodstream would Cigarettes and beer are just plain I I school curriculum. thek \methods& of acid, '
L lane, sensible individ- cigarettes and beer. I haven't i going about *
proofs Tell
any clam for awhile. EUtep Club :
By RUSSELL KA? ual knows that no one soap or up found a whole lot of difference in t There is a new law in Florida ihouW be understood\ 4>y evtr.IIt:
I appreciate the fact that advertising toothpaste or detergent it superior I am old fashioned enough to believe the various brands Nope of them Why Communism>i effective this school\ term requiring The basic\ reason for the .Lr
; t. pays for many of the splendid to all others. If that were the case that a dally bath with a cakeof are "*nqopUi\ smooth, smooth' as I that such a course be taughtIn so that students can tears?:be
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radio and television programs a lot of concerns would have been soap will do as much for me as the nutn says, nor are they as CP.Yfl@ the high schools, said Ester 111 and belief of Coon
I enjoy I know that were it not I out ot business long ago and their society demands. I don't believe a "copj.{ coos), cool." Wouldn't it be I Uswp, social studies\ He! said many persons felt it was and Of people In a demom\:
[ for the tremendous advfrt1siDIln- product forgotten. Most any of the I special cream or spray or rollonis nice if some &honest: guy imply 1 teacher of Gewiston High School, not necessary: to teach Americans !pas: tee the benefits of(lieQlc:
t vestment of certain sponsors I popular pain arresters will give wonderful, and I don't worry said.. MK; .product\ is good.,.., why told members of the Rotary Club about Communism, but he felt the". ropy.
would not have the pleasure of seeing -

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competition,, and free enterprise.,
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advertising !has played is ADPEQ'ATTMCTHNIS'? ''
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for what it Is and what it does. 0i
I do, however, have a bone to :
'i pick with present-day advertising
:,: methods and practices. I strongly i
resent the hard sell program nov
being practiced and so dear to the<
''I heart of many of the bright young
j I men of Madison Avenue. 5"
i I resent having my intelligence
Insulted every time I turn a radioor
television knob. I object to the
l bad taste in much of today' advertislng ?a. FREE
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threatening ,
pleading, imploring and begging
I am a more or less normal individual GIFT Famous
I experience the same
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body odor, falling hair, dandruff, SLANT-0-MATIC

I bad, heart breath burn, Indigestion, headaches Irregularity sniffles- \.____/ rn to every Automatic _!: 1JI

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Experience and common ya l Zigzag machines jIl ---=
sense have enabled me to live with i customer
I such annoyances and I don't broodor
worry over them. I Just don't x
like being reminded over and over I while they last
and over again, that physically I
am ''a total loss and a danger to 'z
Most of the products the an
nouncers rave and tear their hair Y V
about are good, but none are as 4 FREEstimates reduced by
good as they claim and in spite
of what Dine out of 10 doctors say,
or how many fewer cavities some
kid had or how fast this or that
pain remedy may be, it all adds up TRADE-IN on 3002 $50QQ
to a lot of high pressure blah and to
baloney and when you get right all makes of
down to It, I am inclined to feel d
that the)best buy:! for any sane Individual .> I'LA CHI
machines for
impressed is :"BRAND with scientific X." I am demon-not I N I Es FIOM REGULAR PRICES WHEN NEW

I' i:aliens or elaborate graphs ,pr repair or trade

Including late a
"me, esL'qr.J.e : models receIved r
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State FarmInsurance A great ,
variety of
brands. M anyone of machines and other machines for practical -
a kind.
All put in top operating condition by, OJr. experts 3 i I and decorativezigzag

Auto- Life fit h

PORTABLES . r . .from $ 9.95 sewing. Other .

Car Finance PlanNew CONSOLES . . $29.95 t. DAYS SINGER models also at great reductions. ACT
Cars 4%% Add on Interest from I
Late Model Used 5H% Add one ZIGZAG MACHINES. NOW! Quantities are limited of
many one a
Includes Credit LifeAbnerH.Vann fnm $49.95
t ONLY kind. EASY TERMS up to 2 years to pay.

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CIewtaton,, Florida THE CLEWRSSTTON NEWS.._ Page HIDe

IICIASSIFIED 1963 "MiracJeBabu day) Jnnuary In. lag at 1:10 PM West H at Lot 17; all In Block
: AD. I or soon thereafter a. the mattermay S41, (J K N B R A h PLAN OFCLBWI8TON "
JIMMY gOMESS,f J he reached, by PHIIJJP IXANDERSON FLORIDA, ae revised -
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PHONE YUkon 8-1201 FOR The sale will be subject to confirmation In Plat Hook I, Pages 71to
SALE machine cabinet -
the Inclualv. Publle
DIMES by CourtTh. 71 of the
SSIFIED RATES: Four cent per word per Insertion 70 ants model White. Mahogany. Seldom eitJUNDIIt ATTACK BV 'nt&NATIONAl.1'OUNOATICI'f property to b. Bold la described Record of Hondry County,
minimum charge; four Insertions for the price of three. used. All attachments and aa followi Florid,
BIRTH l DEFECTS s'.....rt, !.. <** I. llradry c..eJ' January 11, 1MI
bench, $80. Alao studio type piano, f F1eMda J. B. llooher. Referee In BankANTJERS&N. -
FOR RENT.-Large 68 keys. Weight 300 Ibs. Can be AKTHRtTJSPOUO Lot I and the Wet H of Lot I:

B'u'si ss $'erv c'es I room, with utilities furnished. transported! easily, $150. Call YU M( WAS BORN WITH Lot Lot (4 and and the the Went Bait H ft of of Lot Lot E I;:; Attorn.,.. for. HOPE the Trustee* KAPNBR:

Privileges of kitchen 'phone and 23421. tic 'All BlfqQA(OPeN SPINE)AND Lot 11 and the West H of Lot ISO Royal Palm Way
TV. Phone K191 ''HVCXOCWH4UJ3 111 Lot 11 and the We.t H of Palm Heach, Florida
evenings. tic FOR SALE 10x48 ft Peerless MAIN)AND (WAf RON 1Ma Lot 14; Lot IS and the East H CN-Ml
._ DOCTOR DIP NOT of Lot 14; and Lot 1* and the January 14. 11(1
FOR RENT-Bedroom with prtv Trailer 2 bedroom, 1961 modeL r THINK JIMMY WOULD UVI. HKHI
GUARANTEE- learn to ate bath. Phone 26881. W. E. White. Can be seen at Pacific HAD MIS FIRST OPeIVlTION
; you play WHII4 IS DAYSr UJ I.
Bailey. Trailer Park. A. H. Cruz. JanUe
the organ In 80 days or ;your tic

oney refunded. Your choice of BEDROOM, private bath and piT- FOR SALE Rollaway Bed with
|ammond Organ and lessons In vale entrance. Gentleman only thick lnnerpring mattress, $20. 4
3ewlston tot 30 days only: $2IJ. Phone YU 8-2801. Jan24e W. F. Nail, 432 W. Sagamore. Ph. r
3111 Doan Phone 2-5591. tfo 2-6131. Febl4c IS'
.. 4
i iTh1NELP0u
lIED QUILA. Telefono 2-6881. W. E FOR SALE 3-piece child' play

your convenience. Weddings, Bailey, 315 Este El Paso Clewis set has stove, refrigerator, linkAge RESTAURANTWEST
Sanquets. commercial!, horn por- ton. tfciscelaneoufotale I 7-12. Beautiful. All three $13
G. For appointment call YU- Call YU 2-7230. tic I

TYLE SHOP. tfo I Trained 2% year old female. I Je4jw

ENT OUR GLAMORENE RUG [$ Also I months old, partly trained. AND LEO BRACES.
SHAMPOO MACHINE. Does a Also would like someone who has
ood Job. Town Paint & Hardware. I I Jeep to hunt with. Paul Schweln, I-i IlWAS PLAYMATES MIe5YeAND'PENNY ,
Feb6c W. G PERRY Tax Consultant f aso Ave., Clewiston. Up NI! PryCNICKENSNIP

Complete Income Tax Service '. Business Opportunity
Was $695. Now $595. Terms, 4/15C OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITYto BAGLEpuppy..

iloldrldge Music Center, Clewiston. HIGH BACK "JFK" ROCKERWe lease major oil Co. service atl-

one YU 2-4781. Feb14c used to call them Boston- tlon with garage and display room. Jiwwa MOTMEB. A f HOME CONSTRUCTIONRemodeling
Good location on Highway 27 In FORMER MODEL AND NOW A 1
Rockers. Try it for r
comfort $27.95 MARCH of DlMfS VOLUNTKB1 *.
ATTENTIONProspective Giddens Furniture Store. Jan24c Clewiston. We will train a qualified BAYS 'At4aC.FPME3\ i l e..
man and pay while training. Telephone RESEARCH WILL FIND THS I 1 Q; a t'H Day or Night
BASSETT END TABLE-Walnut, WYman 6-2033, Belle Glade REASON WKY BIRTH DEFECTS f t:8
home buyers (tor curved lip edge, $34.95. A quality Fla. Jan31p OCCUR.TO.PREVENT.AND THEN THEM'RND AWAY ,, ; Additions: Phone YU 2-7381

ommercial). I am seeking employment piece one of many at Giddens .

can save ;you many $$$ Furniture Store. Jan24c I

tan handle planning, loan procedures BOAT FOR SALE 16 ft. hardtop HeffWanteflentaleWANTED School Board Cormlck. Mrs. Elsie Y. Futch and
I to
and complete construction. convertible cruiser. Evlnrude Claud M. Glddens, members of the -

rite George Kendall, Box 785, electric motor. Complete with bunk board; superintendent Bible and

ewlston, Fla. Jan31p cushions, running lights, electric Advertise for BidsIn County Superintendent Carl Horns- Real Estate

horn compass, speedometer, win-
-Settled woman to live
lows, window screens, canvas the absence of the chairman by.PUBLIC
in homo and care for children Exchanges Rent Leases Sales
cover completely; encloses for sleep J. R. Joe M. Hall
YU 2-7238. Jan31c Spratt, vice NOTICE
ing. Heavy duty trailer. Ideal for chairman of the Board of Public Auctions Appraisals

fishing skiing and camping. Phone Instruction, at the
(ONLY $8 MONTH) I. YU 2-7791. Jan31c of the FIVE RENTAL UNITS, $300.00 Income per month Will
All rent applies to purchase PART TIME telephone surveyin meeting board when IMTPI: : RTATR DISTRICT COL'RT trade for woperly. or anything of Ttlne.
Ivate Lessons Free Music January. Give phone number funds were transferred to meet the NOtmiKltV 1H1THICT Of 800 ft. FRONTAGE on US 27. Rentailloaael. Read stand
Your choice of any Wurlitzer 1C' SPORTCT1AFT boat 40 h.p. i Prefer a private line. Not a sellIng reserve requirements for participation IV BANKRU'PTCTiDN.. and Trailer Park. Terms. "
Holdrldce Music Center Evinrude motor and boat trail job. Air mall letter Including In the January State Bond In the Matter of-: 1N3-S3-BC Motel, centrally air conditioned. Living Quarters. Attractive -
Francisco at OkeechobeeYU er. Call YU 2-4071. tfc education work experience and Sale, from which funds additions KELLER CORPORATION > Terms.

24781Clewiston names of references to American to Hendry County Schools will be KELLER CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENT PROPERTY near new cement plant site. Ales
Febl4c FOR SALE ParrakeeU, $2.00 Research Bureau Field Staff Department made. .Y)., JNC. ) TWO FURNISIIED Hoses In LaBelle. Choice location en

up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds Beltsville, Maryland. Architect James M. Hartley presented t city water.
Hnnkrupti I SECTION OF LAND Just eff proposed Naples Ft Lasder-
monkey, final for
cages, supplies Jan27c plans the propoe. novices' OF PI HI.IO SAI.B OF dale Illwiy. 165
Pet boarding. Thompson Wild ed building which REAL KHTATH per acre
.. program were
--- Pursuant 300 ACRES. NEW HOME. Close te Clewiston. Impreved
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon accepted to be forwarded to the on Tru.t..'.to petition orders or to this determine Court and fenced. Soluble for Cline, farming, cattle.

.FOR ,ITEM 2-1230. tfcITOR HELP WANTED State Department for approval mount, validity' and priority of 10 ACRE RANCHETTE. cattle, wells, fully equipped $ BR
with the board lions' NOTICB Is HEREBY OIVE.V
authorizing superintendent that the Home. Make Excellent chicken and egg farm. Close In.
SALE Payroll envelopes MALE or FEMALEWATKINS J. Homer Bible to adver. entate of the following above named dracrlbed will real bo TRAILER PARK $500 month Income financing available.
printed with form for social Use for bids as soon as state approval offered for ante, free and clear of Air conditioned 3 bedroom home.
OR RENT Tracers and Trailer security, withholding and other ROUTE In this area is and specifications! are ob in lien. and title 1 other to said I claims of Interest 1700 ACRES $65.00 per acre.
spaces Royal Palm Trailer or property to the USED 8x38 two bedroom house trailer 350.00 down. Bat
deductions. Box of SOO. Clewis- open for semi-retired man or tained. The program includes two hlvh it and beat bidder for each at
ark. Phone YU 2-2803 lie ton News Office lady..Many\ semi-retired people are classrooms and walkways at Clew Palm Reach County Courthouae, $41 per month.
Went Palm Beach BEAUTIFUL CBS HOME with extras.
Florida at Conn- many: Terms
I earning $30 to $100 per week depending tston elementary; a science lab, ty JUdgee Courtroom,
on (WedneiGlades 90 ACRE RANCH with home and tenant house and barn.
[>R RENT 2 and S room ALL MAKE21": USED TV SETS!!: on time devoted to the homemaking room toilet rooms All In Improved pasture, fenced, cross fenced and ditched. S

furnished apartment. :M2"l! tto, per month. LAKE APPLANOC. personal interview In your school and a science lab homemaking Roofing Co. :rOil have not had the results yon think :yon should have
I Ph. YU 2-7131. tfc I area, write J. M. McGarlty; Willis- room and. ,walkways at All had selling your property: try an auction. We will arrant an

.......................-.....Us-5511Blaalese--- .sisg ton, Fla. Jan31c Harlem Academy.The Sheet Types of Roof: and the details and handle the sale. Satisfaction maranteed.
board voted to extend the Metal Work Cash buyer wants small tract close to Clewiston. If yon
WANTEDWANTED have small of land two to ten can.
a piece acres-please
LtBelle school bus route three New Construction or
TO RENT-Two or three miles to the Hendry-Lee County
1. Repair Jobs
; BUSINESS DIRECTORY bedroom home, unfurnished. line, as recommended by Bible FRANK DENMEAD

Close in, If possible. Phone Clewis Following a request for the action. Phone 2-7111
ton News YU 31201.REAL The superintendent reported that Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
exhaust fans are being Installed Day Or Evening! Across from Fair Grounds .

SEE US FORBOTTLED WALDRON'Si at the LaBelle elementary school P. O. Box 1241CLEWISTON. YUkon 2-3421 Clewiston Fla.

GAS I by Glades Roofing Con>dany of FLA. ,
MEATS AND GROCERIES ISTATE' Clewiston, LaBelle Cabinet and If no answer: phone 2-4371
AppliancesSalesService Millworks and Van Burke of La-
Open T A.M.I P.M. Belle. On recommendation by Bi
ble, the board voted to attend the

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK orientation conference In Tallahassee -
FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen
POWER GASCORPORATION Jan. 20th through the 22nd,
home, 308 E. Sagamore, Clewis
and that Bible be authorized to attend
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics
ton. Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven,
the superintendents' meeting FRAt4K'S
or YU 24301 Clewiston. JanSlo
Four Miles East of Clewiston in Gainesville Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.
CALL COLLECT Due to the regular March meeting ggd

South Bare Beach REAL ESTATE date conflicting with FEA convention
Bay WY 8-5521
3-BEDROOM 2-bath frame. North date, the board voted to hold

side. Excellent condition. Kitchen the March school board meetingon OWNED AND OPERATED

completely furnished. Large lot: March 21.
WANTEDICustomers Attention Cattlemen shade and fruit trees. A real home The superintendent was author-

FOR SALE-Northaide 126 feet zed[ to obtain bids for paving approximately I Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401
New Is the time to consolidate frontage, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath 690 feet of Fort

NO your debts with s Unj term fans CBS new, immaculate, 920,000, Thompson Street, east of the school
loan low Interest rates, wlta NORTHSIDE 5 bedroom framer property and to proceed with the
EXPERIENCENECESSARY 110.000. work after acceptable bids were WILSONS

Federal Land BankSee NORTHSIDE, 2 bedroom, received, following Blble'fl report I
19,000. traml that (the county commissionerswere

Jordan'& Pridgen er WriteW. I 1 Bedroom CBS duplex, willing to prepare the foundation Ibs.
CITIES SERVICE! STATION R. MAY I 2 Bedroom CBS, 12,500.. j furnishing base materials and, BAKERITE 3 69C
5 Bedroom frame '1,oo. I finishing surface "providing the

HENDRY: COUNTY Sol 686 Walcald BoUdtefBradentM. I Acreage as available. I priming and surface treatment
Florida COUNTRY HOME. 10 acres. 3 bed. would be completed by others
Title & Abstract Co. room CBS constructed. Completely Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Canebrake WHOLE WHITE
Title Abstnuts Title' Insurance furnished. TV. Freezer Cattle. Restaurant in Clewiston was

Pohno 8te11opapberI'IIo Fenced. I miles out. Paved state set for a pre-legislation discussion: Potatoes-------- for 23% Corned Beef---------- 390

PJtq- DnpUafttlnc EVINRUDESales road. All conveniences. Ideal site, j between the board, Senator Elmer
Brtdlit.. sad Park An.LABeUe 325 FHA HOMES In Palm Beach, O. Friday Jr. and Representative
>FU. O. Box NI
P. Broward and Dade counties E. Miner Sr.
; Charles upon rceelpt
0Raaj0e J..am. and ServiceNew various sizes and prices. Small of Friday's letter indicating his VIENNA WEBBS

cash payment ; willingness for such a meeting. for 25 Rice 3-lbs.
FOB HOME DEUVESY and Used Meters FOR RENT I Resignations accepted were from Sausage ____ 2 ___ ____ ___ 530 t

Palm Beach Poet Marina Hardware Efficiencies and houses as Carl Jarrett Thompson, effective
Farts sad Accessories available. i Dec. 18, 1962, end Miss RachelE.
and Times Made S.fety .CWIt ... Overt 1,000 vacant lots to select Ifarett. who requested disability; WHITE ACRE NABISCO

-o. FhaM YTkesi S-6U1 from for all purpose. Various retirement effective Dec. 6, 1962. Saltines
Peas with 2 for Lb.
MEL moon DAVIS, prices. Both teachers were LaBelle school snaps. 290 __ __ 290
YU 3-2621 R.E.WALDRONTampa Investment and Income property teachers. Mrs Mary Lois Lee was
LONG TERM, low Interest, farm ranted maternity; leave effective
cane growl and ranch mortgages an. 23 for the remainder of the LARGE SUPER NO. 2% CANPeaches

For prompt Efficient Tribune minimum 150,000. 1982-83 term. Hired for the LaBelle

.V flome delivery trhtatJi .* LISTINGS NEEDED schools were William E. Davies, Suds __ ___ __ 2 for 490 ______ 2 for 450
teacher and assistant coach (one
east of Atlantic and ''Ft. Myer Sufarland Highway sport to replace Thompson and t

Reytl Palm Fire Auto and General his wife Mrs. Billle! Ruth Davies, FIRST CUT SMOKED
CaD Bobby Giddens News Press Insurance to replace Miss Marett. Louis T. not
Home Delivery Clewliton, Fla. Phone 2-2161 Pork Lb. 39 Bacon sliced Lb.
TU s-im W. a CAMPBELL lenderson was appointed to Harlem Chops ___ __ % 390 4 r
Academy, effective Jan. 24 to t ,
Phone THAN
fill the vacancy due to the deathof
EVER for houses, acreage, businesses.
Elizabeth White. Miss Diane FRESH GROUNDHamburger
We have customers wait-
ng. List your property with us. Moon was appointed to complete 3-lbs. $1.39 Neck Bones Lb.
the term at Clewiston elementaryas 150
J. E. Beardlle,. Ph. YU : __ _.r
27501.tfe exception children's teacher;
as were Miss Sarah Rates and
Mrs. Jeanette Estep. Mrs. Dorothy GOLD NOTE GA. GRADE "A"

I ALL We NKJHT Never. SERVICE Close Stacy teacher was at Gewlston appointed to be substitute paid on Oleo. .__ ___ __ __ Lb. 19% Fryers ___ ___ __ Lb 390
her dally rate of $3.93 retroactive

e1 O3JT to Nov. 13, 1963. Mrs. Betty

t People! Read or BO Fry was Issued a new contract based SMALL SPEWING DENNIS WHOLE:
on her advanced rank, the con
Llri tract retroactive to the Lb. 39 Chicken 3-I& 4-0
SPOT ADS A of the current school term beginning Hens ______ __ ____ % %. can 990

Others attending Thursday's i ,

W13TON NSW8 You Are I I meeting were Mrs. Bfcnehe Mo- -



Thursday, January 34, 1883
Ten THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Florida
---- Fellsmere. 40 and South Bay where the ten-pen.:

OBITUARY i lof Clewiston, died Wednesday January of Felt Denaud. rivals in sugar prodacuoa lathe the freeze In this manner, aU eastward lump of to the lake. I tares dropped only to 34 degreci
IS in Hinsdale IU., after along Funeral services were conductedat Talisman Sugar Corp. The growers will share on a percentagebasis miles northeast was in a I during the worst of December' I
luness She was a victim of the graveaidr// the Fort Den- Talisman mill b II miles southof from the sugar proceeds,I The undamaged Oewiston.I cold wave.
Thomas Green Avery of Halls, cancer. and Cemetery Tuesday morning, South Bar la Palm Beach with each share detemlned by "warn belt" between -
father of Mrs. W. E. Mullins of
Mrs. Vidas lived In Clewiston with the H ev. W .E. Wilson pastor County, two miles west ., U.3. the estimated cane tonnage eachgrower --
Clewiaton died January 10th at during moat of her and of the First Christian Church would have produced with
his home after a long illness. He 27.President 9i ? ; Portrait Special
was a graduate of Clewiston High officiating Fernando de la Riva unfrozen cane.According .

was Mr.84.Avery founded the Gates School She is remembered here Fattison Funeral Home of Clew- says there Is $3Vi million Invested to the official acreage H'.4t'l/ e:. c. .
also as an expert tennis player and Iston was in charge of arrange In the venture Among Talisman's measurements on file of Ray Gantt
Miffing Co. in 1915 and operatedit
was active in other sports while ments. backers are Allis-Chalmers Mfg. office manager of the U.S. De-
ever since. He was also a director One
of the Gates Banking and in school. Co.. Northwestern Mutual We Insurance partment of Agriculture's Stabilization ,+{ DayITas

Trust Co., and a member and deacon Survivors are her husband, Wm. MARTIN V. GLOTFELTY Co.. Henry Ford II, and and Soil Conservation branchat \
for 37 years and choir director C. Vidas. Hinsdale; her father Martin Van Bares Glotfelty died a number of former Cuban sugar Moore Haven there are 113

of the First Baptist Church In and one daughter, Janet Sue, 15. suddenly while at his work early men. sugar growers with cane planted
Hall Mr. Robbins had been in Hins Friday morning January 18th. De la Riva has 30 years of experience this year. Only
Surviving are his wife Mrs. dale for several months with the His death was a great shock to the In Cuban sugar produc Their acreage allotment, \ ,

Velma Meadows Avery; three family at 628 Bodin Street. He community in which he had lived lion before, losing four Cuban millsto rigidly .troIIed-eDd measaredby '
sons. T. W. and Paul both of went for a visit last summer and and worked for many years. He the Castro regime. His confiscated the USDA ranges from \\
Gates and Carroll Avery of Clarksville to remain there with his daughter had appeared in food health and holdings Included Central UJS. Sugar Cerp.'s .Mt.l it 'P, Thursday, Jan. 31
; four daughters Mrs. W. E. and her family.Memorial spirits, and died suddenly about 3 Hermlguere Central Constancia. aerea to four acres planted by ;, ,: 1 1lri'
Perry of Little Rock. Ark.; Mrs. services were held at o'clock: in the morning, while at Central Covadonga and Central Richard Griffin *f Moore Hav

Henry Murchison and Mrs. M. E. the Union Protestant Church in work in the sugar house. Parque Alto all in Las Villas en.
McDearman, both of Halls and Hinsdale Saturday morning following Mr. Glotfelty was a native of Province. The only two producers In op 984
Star Junction. Penna. He and his eration before the recent expansionU.S.
cremation of the body.
Mrs. W. E. Mullins of Clewiston; Talisman will be the largest em-
one sister, 16 grand children (Miss wife were seasonal residents of ployer of Cuban exiles in sugar Sugar Corp., with headquarters -
Molly Mullins Is a granddaughter) ... RAY ELLSWORTH BOWEN Clewiston for several years, finally production. De Ia Rive says Talisman at Clewiston and Okee- T. ,

and 19 greatgrandchildren.Mrs. Ray Ellsworth Bowen a retired purchasing property and has 375 persons employed lanta Sugar Refinery Inc., each
Mullins and attended died moving here for their permanenthome have two mills operating now.
Molly carpenter In the hospital at with the majority of them Cubans
the funeral services which were Clewiston Sunday after a short Ill several years ago. Other Talisman officers are US. Sugar this year, added a
held He was a member of the Masonic $15 million mill at Bryant, near 8x10 Photo One Personor
Saturday January 12 In ness. He was 68 years of age. Man*! Santelr, vice prrsl Big
Halls. Interment In Gates A retired Lodge and of the Order of the Canal Point, with a capacity of
was carpenter, Mr. Bowen deat; Enrique Ruseaa. secretary The
Cemetery. came to LaBelle three years ago Eastern Star, and was an active and Victor Pedr*. 5,000 tons of cane a day, and Family Group Thing

from Mt. Vernon Maine. He established member of the Community Prey treasurer, and directors Ernes- boosted Its cane acreage by 11,000 You have always wanted -
MARIE BOBBINS VIDAS a home in the Fort byterian Church. tins Sana de Saae"'" Jaaat acres for a total of 39.009 acres.
Mrs. Marie Robbins Vidas. 39. Denaud section He is survived by his wife and Pertela and George Salter a I US. Sugar Is the largest and old NO GIMMICKS SEVERAL SELECTION POSES
daughter of C. E. (Red) Robbins He Is survived by his wife RItliI. mother Miami lawyer. eat sugar producer in Florida. U.S. MADE FOR
Funeral services were conducted Sugar was formed In 1931, to assume Noon to 8 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 31
.. "' in the Community Presbyterian I South: Florida Sugar Co., Inc. is I II control of the Southern Sugar Clewiston
. Rev. headed by Pedro J. Serrales. who I which American Legion Hall,
.. Church Monday with the I Company, in receivership,
Rican Inter.I
Henry Horrell Ford officiating. also has Puerto sugar had been organized in 1925.
Ka PROTECT FEED Interment was in Ridgelawn ests. There are a number of former US. Sugar produced 143.464 tons FONTAINE STUDIOSWEDGWORTH'S
anr In-
iLNA Cemetery, where the Masonic burial Cuban sugar producers of the 1961 season's total 214.000
volved in South Florida Sugar including
cur- service was conducted by mem- tan "f Florida sugar. ,
I bers of Sugarland Lodge. Pattison Jose A. Ferre vice president The ether established sugar
HEALTH AIDS ; Adalberto Roig. also a vice "' '
Funeral Home was in charge of producer la Okeelaata. ''
arrangements. president; Felix J. Serrales. treasurer ida's second largest grower

/, ; Rafael M. Raldirfe.\ assistant and producer which began operations INC.
i; treasurer and secretary and directors daring World War D.

} Sugar Season [ Herman H. Wirshing and Okeelanta this year has 17,*
Gulllermo A. Pre:!:a.
I 141 acres In cane. Of Ms,
(Continued From Page 1) .. The South Florida Sugar mill As some n... acres are near Its SINCE 1932

two miles north of Talisman and South Bar mffl slt. and the
.( before It be bar
souring can
P1 two miles east of U.S. 27. ether 1..... acres win be grown
vested and IN.. ..
I. Other sugar mills already In operation and processed at Its Fellamere
Among the fortunate few who inculde Florida Sugar Corp. mill. In Indian River Coun'y.

escaped total freeze damage are with a 1.500 ton a day mill. 11 Okeelanta produced 35.920 tons

the growers with cane earmarked I miles east of Belle Glade, with of sugar last season at the Palm rrCane
for the Florida Cane Corp. mill. .013 acres planted Fronds Sugar I Beach County mill and 14.325 tons J
Mesa estimates about half the Corp. went into production last at the Fellimere mill.

j ti 2,500 acres escaped any weather season and produced 4.228 tons of The 138.U7U acres planted this ..

i harm. year were forecast to producesome .
The other two new mills. Talisman sugar.Ali..tarting last year was 400,000 tons of sugar. But
PREVENT, TREAT and South Florida Sugar Co., Oaeeola Farms, be., with 2 the freeze halted all growth in the

SHIPPING FEVER, SCOURS Inc., have 10,000 and 4,600 acre Z.5M ... per day mill at Canal frozen cane and lower yields win Molasses Fertilizers

t planted. rains with aa acreage alatmeat result, plus some loss from cane
Fight: shipping fever and tcr stivssoj. Mesa with 35 years of sugar experience ., 1.44 acres ef can*. souring in the fields. Cattle Minerals Pesticides
scours this winter with In South and Central and will alae handle same cane Only a small portion of the cane
Purina You caniopI'urinaMix-R- America the Dominican Republic, firm Independent .
MU-R-Mycin: in growers.Oseela planted in Florida's cane belt escaped -
Ii your cattle ration. Mix.R.Mycan or let as Check-R- Haiti and Cuba says Florida produced le.177 tons ef the freeze. The cane growing

:; Mycin ia made with anti Mix it with your regular Cane's mID represents abut a $500 near last year. area stretching from Moore

biotic,, Vitamins A and D,, feed. Either way Mix-Rend 000 investment. The other two new sugar producers Haven on the west shore of Okee- WEDGWORTH'S, INC.
IUlnfavin-elllentlal! to Mycin will help bring your Other officials of this firm are are growers' cooperatives financed chobee southward IS miles southof .
attic to win- cattle Nelson Kluck, of Miami vice in part by loans of federal] South Bay and east to Include p O. Box Mf Belle Oatos Pisa WYsrr MTTt
exposed severe through strone.
president; James J. McVeigh. Miami funds from the Bank of Co-opera Belie Glad, Pahokee and Canal TOM PARKER Sale a.-taIhe

secretary; Joseph Lawless, lives of Columbia S.C. !Point area -with a sharp north-
Palm Beach treasurer, and directors They are the Sugar Cane Crow
CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY Earl Boyce and James C. ers Co-operative of Florida, whose

Pearson of Palm Beach. $12.5 million mill near Belle Glade I
SCGARLAND HIGHWAY CLEWISTON FLA. Florida Cane will employ 60 toSS began grinding in November. The
men In its mill operations with 59 grower-member have a total of
harvest crews to be emplyed by 22,000 acres In cane. NOTICE

DfiJ EJfJrrJ GJt1mJijpIJJjrJfJJrJOJ rJmlJ.: the individual growers. The other co-op is the Glades
r i1J E! Largest ef the three late ar- County Sugar Growers Cooperative .

I Association. Inc.. which has
an $8!! 4 million investment in t a
3.530 ton per day mill two mile .
south of Moors Haven and 28 members

For NEW Subscribers with 8,000 acres planted for
. the current harvest.
The Glades mill was built from The laws of Florida require that owners of property

I .... }, the ground in 10 months and
up shall
; make
return to the
a County Assessor listingall
began grinding Dec. 17.

: 13 Weeks S1.00 The Glades mill also has the property at full cash value, on or before April 1st of
: only refinery t. operate In
r. Florida, which la doe to begin each year. I will be at the places named and dated below

j. refining aaca. Its capacity Is for the purpose of receiving returns on REAL ESTATE
380 tons ef refined sugar a
Use Order Form Below PERSONAL
day. Raw sugar capacity will INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY -

drop to 2.5oa tons ef eane for 1963.
': SAVE 300 UNDER SINGLE processed dally, when the refinery ,
: /
.r Is la operation.The Please
meet with
T- Glades co-op owners recently me a correct description of all prop

; / COPY PRICEThis agreed to a "pool" system of erty owned by you or as agent The law also requiresthat
dividing income for the first year'ssugar
production as a result of you make application for HOMESTEAD EX-

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regular mall subscribers of The Clewiston News your NEWSpaper.Not WAR VETERAN EXEMPTION, each year. I have the

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