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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 31, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Return Postage Guaranteed Sea 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 5


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drivers who failed to miles per hour1.' He was apprehend.
heed the warning signs along US 27 ed, but one who was clocked at sqy, a
west of Clewiston learned that Radar 95 miles an hour got away. "We
signs mean what they say. could have caught him, but every
Florida Highway Patrlomen set trooper available was out on call h t
up radar check Saturday after- at the time, and w. didn't have
: e noon and Sunday afternoon near anyone to send. Three were clocked 1
the entrance to Airglades Airport, at 90 mlels per hour.
and gave tickets for excessive The 100 mile per hour driver wasa 1 11tQ
speed to 39 Saturday drivers and Miami resident, In a bit of a

45 Sunday drivers hurry to get home.Stockman ,
"At that, we didn't get them all,"

said one of the troopers. "There Host
Just were not enough of us to go i

n I b around" At Square DanceA
Troopers Carl Woodel, Fort My.

ers, Ray Brown, LaBelle; Dave western style square dance
Tomlinson Clewiston and Jack wound up the day's. activities at -

a tt", Bent, Moore Haven assisted by the open house of Stockman's Industries .
deputy Sheriff Calvin Swindle, of on Saturday. There was
Hendry County, operated the radar ample floor space for the dances
check. between the machinery and four
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One driver was clocked at 100 suqares were on the floor most 01: ; ." /1: :-I' :' .ot
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Lew Green, a well known and _. t i., ( v ,.
HENDRY YOUTHS '
: popular square dance caller from COMING OUT OF RETIREMENT TO HELP and other operators converted to Diesel. Bat
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AI Miami, called the dances. Amongthe MOVE cart tn the tldlnfi at the VJS. Sugar Cor the F.E.C. strike put the pressure on the other

DOMINATE SHOW guests were square dancers poration' mill at Clewliton Is this steam loco transportation facilities, and the once familiar I
from the Fort My ers> Beach club. motive No. 148, with II. L. Dark, engineer locomotive whistle Informed resident that the
During the evening'Shlela Carl- Steam locomotives are a rarity, since the U.S.S.C. old engine was back on the Job.-STAFF PHOTO. 'iJ
I The Hendry County kids have ton, a member of the Kane Kutter ---
done !It again! Kubs, won enthusiastic applause -

0'OR THREE PARACHUTISTS In the air at once! A never-to-be- Exhibiting the cattle at the Beef from the dancers when she called ACL Moves ; '
rrotten thrilL Photo taken over Air Glade State Airport. and Dairy Shows\ at the- Southwest one dance with unhesitating patter. } Ir,1t Si
Florida Fair, which opened Mon- Punch, coffee and snacks were .
-Photos by Paul Poppenhager, '
(Editor's Note: Local Interest In day in Fort Myers, the Future'armers served from a buffet:;table during The Traffic! IAN I.
he comparatively new sport of and 4-H members from the Open House.
Hky-diving has been created by theHveekend -1 Hendry County dominated the Working almost round the clock,
presence of members of scene. the Atlantic Coast Line Railroadhas
he South Florida Parachute Association Although Grand Champion hone Who Is Head stepped into the breach to
at Air Glades, and the pro- ors of the beef show went to Tom ship perishables from the Ever-
IOsal of a northern sky divert my Permenter of Arcadia Smitty Of Household? glad:! area, following the strike I I
Kroup to lease Air Glades forKky a 'olhlll of Clewiston won Reserve which shut down the Florida East

Diving Center .The News askHd Champion honors, and the other Uncle Sam only allows one Coast Railway
Paul J Poppenhager, presidentf Hendry County entries were liberally "head of household" for Income Lake Harbor and Clewiston
the South Florida Parachute sprinkled with rosettes and tax exemption purposes. have been central point for

Association, for a descriptive arHide 1 ribbons designating honors .when While yon are straggling with much cf the produce and tutarproducts !
on the sport and the organ- the judging was over. that problem, Uncle Dan from snipped from the: area. j
nation which he heads) Jimmy Davis, Clewiston FFA, Devil's Garden offers some entertaining The ACL traffic office In Clew- .. .. .'
I won a blue ribbon; Donna Keen remarks on what bloc furnished the News with .....t"'f'.
A SPACE AGE SPORT COMES and Libby Polhill, both Clewiston happened to the Preacher who the following statistics on ear- ,: j

I TO CLEWISTONBy 4 H members, won blue ribbons; said' the Bible declared the husband lot shipment since Januaryfirst ,;"; ;Jjj l'

I Mike Bowden, Clewiston 4-H, won to be head of the house! : ,.... :"o(" : ,' ,,_ ,,. :(:
Paul J. roppenhager
{ three blues and a red, and grand Read Uncle Dan from Devil's Total cartel shipments: 815. ..
For the past four months, pass- honors In the Perishable 148 ((74 : i .
grand champion senIor Garden on the Editorial Page. can 1. ; .. .
Rrsby have been amazed at theBight heifer calf division. Glen Prld- leaded at Clewiston, 167 at 1

of colorful parachutes floatling I len; won a blue ribbon In the senior VFW Lake Harbor and S at Shaw- UNUSUAL SIGHT FOR CLEWISTON Is the Icing of refrigerated !
down south of US Highway 27, yearling heifer Hereford division Auxiliary nee Farms) 1
LEAVING THE PLANE I produce cars. However, hundreds of cars were so Iced and loaded In
; near old Riddle Field (now known Sugar: 467 curs: 104 from ;
k Clewiston and at Lake Harbor In recent days, since a labor.strike tied .
is Air Glades state airport). No. Carl Willis, John Charlton and Chooses Officers Clewlatun, !2S from Okeelanta UP the facilities the Florida East COliC Railroad This photo was t
it wasn't a pilot baling out of his Gary Lewis, all of 4-H In the La- and 41 from Lake Harbor taken en the siding near the east entrance to Clewlston. '
disabled! aircraft or Cuban rev- .f 4k.,7, ,I The members of the Hawkins-
"firsI Belle area, won blue ribbons; Hen Milicirs: 38 from Clewiston, STAFF PHOTO.
I utionariej to Invade Cas- Klrk-Gordon Post 4185 Ladles Auxiliary
training : ry Bodwen won a blue and two red 10 frcm Lake Harbor -
I:ro They are sport parachutists or ribbons; Carl Willis won a red of the Veterans of Foreign Cane Pith: 52 cars.
I,ky divers, Indulging in their favorite ribbon also, and Danny Kreidler Wars at Clewiston completed their Approximately 300 carloads Scramble: WinnersBefore Draw Good Crowd .

pastime. won a blue ribbon grand champion organization program by electing a handled through the local office '
I These people are not crazy, nor and another blue ribbon, and full slate of officers In a special were due entirely to the failure the largest group of spectators Hempstead. cc Ducatl, St. Petersburg i
meeting held at the post home in the history of the local ; 441 Blaise Jacques, 125 ><
daredevils but
are they people Ann Fletcher won a blue ribbon. of FEC facilities at the peak of i
much like Mrs. Mary Bryan was named motorcycle scrarrbles, riders from cc Parilla, Fort Lauderdale;' 141 ,,1
from all walks of life, In the Dairy Show Tuesday night the harvest season. It Is understood I
South Florida participated In the Teapot Cresse, 125 cc Parilla, Fort
president of the new group which
any of our readers. Sport parachuting Hendry County again dominatedthe that considerable red tape was cut
Is a relatively new sport In entries. Glen Prldgen won will be officially] mustered Into to enable\'Ihe\ ACL authorities to Sugarland Cycle Association races Lauderdale
the U.& Its growth through the Grand Champion honors in the 2 service on February 4th by Mrs handle the critical situation with Sunday. The 46 riders entered was 200 cc class, < entries 10 Joe j l lCaahlon ;
I past seven years has proven It year old and under heifer division, Mildred Sandiford, West Palm the necessary speed also ar record for the Clewiston 200 cc Triumph, Venice; 32 I F
I Beach, third district president, scrambles Mason Baldwin 200 ci Triumph,
is here to stay I predict that withIn and Wesley Tanner of Felda won
ia the next five years It will be as the blue ribbon Reserve Champion and members of her staff. Fish & Game Group Races are held on one Sunday Sarasota; 12 Ronnie Olden, 200 cc
popular as water skiing or skin honors In the junior yearling heifer Other officers elected were Mrs.. each month In the track at the Triumph, Clewiston. '\\IJ
I diving today. divlsilon. Peggy Passmore, senior vice prey Meets TonightThere old drive-In theater location on 250 cc class, 9 entries: 68 Royal ,j
I The big factor is that like anything Other blue ribbon winners from ident; Mrs. Dean Bulifant, junior will be a meeting of the South Francisco Avenue, across Sh rbert. 250 Ducats eSt; Petersburg
I else, sky diving has limita- Hendry County were Christine and vice president; Mrs Dora Lee lendry County Fish and Game Association from the Fair grounds. ; 17 Ted Roman 250 Honda I
Itlons. These limitations can be Jane Charlton, Larry Taylor Carl Belcher, treasurer; Mrs Estelle Thursday January 31, at Belle Glade; 8 Steve Robinson 250Ducatl 1
I drawn down into BODY ARCH I O Rudd Mrs Bass St. Petersburg Hollywood, Miami Orlando.
two major problems FINE Willis Charlotte Corbltt J. chaplain; Mary 6;30 at the Elks Club In Clewiston. '
I weather and terrain. This Is Davidson Jr., and red ribbons Conductress; Mrs. Nell Clawson, A Dutch treat chicken barbecue Sarasota, Venice, Fort Laud- 500 cc class 10 entries: 45 Gordon -
I why the Clewiston area'U the best j were won by Bobby Owens, Tommy guard; Mrs. Pauline Whldden secretary will' be served ,$150, per plate.. erdale and Belle Glade and Orlando Sanderson? 500 BSA. Holly c
( suited location for this sport In Mann Terry Duke, Jimmy Harris ; Mrs. Lucille Allen; Mrs All members are urged to attend. were represented among the wood; 69 Herb Doan 500 cc Indian
I the U.S. For those very reasons David Carlton, ,Jimmy Taylor Temple Lou Judd and Gervis Hath- top three winners' in the various' Miami; 72 Tom Rogerson, 500 cc
Clewiston could very well becomethe and Michael Fletcher, and Mar. cock, trustee: MrS Rose Doane; classes Indian, Miami. 4

sport parachuting center of the vin Tollman's heifer won a white Mrs Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. Ann Cattle JudgingDr The following results have been 650 and open class. 5 entries: .,\
world. ribbon in the Ayrshire division. Barrow, Mrs Pat Rudd, color 15 Ray Hempstead. 650 BSA. St. {
announced
Although sky diving new In the Fentlss Peacock of the Range bearers; Miss Gervis Hathcock; Mike MUlicevic, Sugarland : Petersburg; 46 Walk Sanderson, \

U.S., this Is not true for the restof A Cattle Station at Ona was the flag bearer; Mrs. Lucille Allen, Ranch superintendent, was one of 50 cc class, 10 entries: 17 Bob 650 BSA, Hollywood; 27 Cleve Taylor
the world. In July, 1930, at the beef judge and Robert Yates, assistant banner bearer, Mrs Pat Rudd, he judges at the cattle show at Gill SOcc Ducat) St. Petersburg; 600 Matchless, Fort Lauder \
Sports Festival In Moscow, the county agent of Polk County historian; Mrs. Nell Clawson patriotic the South Florida Fair In Palm 18 Ted Roman.50 cc Honda, Belle dale. 11
Russians conducted contests for ,was the judge of the dairy cat- Instructor and musician. Beach last week. Clad; 100 Teapot Cresse 50 cc The next races will be held Feb
amateur parachutists, to see who The Auxiliary unit will meet the County Agent Billy Bass of Yama, Fort Lauderdale. ruary 10th.Little .
could land nearest to a selected tle.A number of adults accompaniedthe first Monday of every month at Glades County was also a judge at
the show ITS cc class (6 entries: 12 Ray j
ground target By 1938, under government boys to Fort Myers Sunday to the post home on Francisco Street.
subsidy, 559 training towers enter their animals and most of 50, And 25
1 and 115 sport parachutist training them returned for the judging on
stations were scattered Monday and Tuesday evenings Bike Races Coming I
throughout the Soviet Union. Soon Among them were R. L. Pape, Mr.
after, several other countries fol- risen Dr. Charles Reid, Bill Bow- Saturday Is the date set for the t
lowed suit. France was earnestly and Mrs. Frank Polhill Cene Harden Little 50 and the Little 25 Bicycle

engaged In the sport by 1949 and G1 rAND Harvey Pridgen and others Mw Races In Clewlston. Sponsored by
in 1958 it was Introduced In the the Clewiston Recreation Department
U.S. At the present time there are teams of riders representing
over 32 countries Involved In sky Henry Buys the Rainbows Key dub, Boy
diving.; These nations participate In Scouts, FFA, Varsity Club. Youth

World Championships, every two Yoder ApartmentThe Center .and DeMolay. will race
years. arourid' the prescribed;, route*. The
There were only two sky diving J. M Lankford Real Estate race; will use the parking, area at
clubs in Florida two years ago; A STAND-UP LANDING : office announces the sale of the the. swimming pool as the ("pit"In
today there areilO active clubs, of Yoder Apartment building to Bill ::E which riders will ,be changed

which the South Florida Parachute' point and does a series of controlled I and Frill Henry, winter residents during the relays. )
Association Is the oldest and most I of Clewiston, whose permanenthome
turns, rolls, loops, dives Boys win ride the Little 50 and
active. is Red Bank, New York.
and barrel rolls as he may desire. girls the Little 25.
In the past year there were over Mr. and Mrs. Henry have spent
In the air, at
When two Jumpers are Boys races get under way
150,000 winters In Clewiston,
three
sport Jumps the past
parachute
at the same time, they may crisscross 10)30.: the girls' races start at '
made In the U.S. 15 fatalities.
with only their speed n
one another, vary butting ;
In each case, the fatalitiesere 930.This
to pass a m
the result of Improper train- and descent maneuver and have spent half of each year here. event which: was for boys
other ,
m. or carelessness This Is 6ne baton b the Jumper fellow Mr Henry was In the farm silo onlyi\ last year, proved very< popular
sport where you can't afford to even catch and grab accomplishment the business in New York before hU I and attracted a big crowd of
get carries parachcutist Another (the retirement four years ago spectators, despite ,poor weather.
Did Is mid-air photography west of It should be a lot of fun to watch
is the one
buMing
The
you ever Jump from a hay show). ,..
Ripcord
loft down onto a haystack?' It was type seen on the TV opening two,Identical! buildings. It will be and the youngsters .hope) a t big
During the delay before crowd will be hand Saturday.
fun. the Henry Apartments. on
wasn't It? Those of you who may vary known as
haven't the 'chute the jumper Mrs. Mike Vettorl are
done this have probably speed from 100 mphto Mr. end
wanted to at some time 'or. an- his downward In a matter owners of the east building.
220 mph
as high as EXERCISE CLASS
other.the The question Is "Wby'" And of seconds. He may vary his for- I
simplest and most truthful answer 0 to 60 mph at his I
from
ward speed Unit HereThe FOR LADIES ONLYAn
is that w. thought it would X-Ray
be fun! And It Is fun. will.
From absolutely Mobile Chest X-Ray Exercise Class for adult worn
a higher than
platform
hayloft, and unit of the State Board .. .: en will start next Thursday (February N
adding the pleasures
hawk
:, POWered of feels as though you are a Health Is In Hendry Cotuty for 7)) at I p.m. at the Weather-
flight to the thrills
actually flying swiftly across the sky and several days, taking FREE X- THESE ARE AMONG THE CHARTER MEMBERS Peggy Paiamore. Mrs. Faullae WUddea. Mrs. aid Youth Center. The class will
ugh fljrln one's own body being supported by a huge mattress Rays W aU.ldaI& eltUems. I OF THE V.F.W. AUXILIARY, shew making Estelle ..dd, Mrs. Gene CIa..... and Mrs. Mary be held weekly, and an ladles Interested
lag nftusiast space,leaves today's' the parachut-at of air. This Is a feeling: of Be sore .. p& year X-Ray final plan for their organisation last week Bass seated. Mrs. Dora Lee Belcher Mrs. Edo are Invited to Join.
plane
a high altitude over a pre-planned Continued on Fag Eight daring Ibis visit. standing, left U risk, Mrs. Mary Bryan. Mr*. O'Neal and lit,. Pat Rad& OTAFP PHOTO. Gene Fuller will be the director



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Thuriday. January
Fan Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Cl wteton Florid --- 31,19a(
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he warned 'em that things was bandages Workers were Mrs W. alder the serious penalty in our Clewis ton, Fla., 14900. A. Coller Co.Township. Fla., 3000.45, Range 29 E, Hendr

The Clewiston News not going right, that the Bible A. Davis, Mrs. D. A. Olden, Mrs. law books for "giving aid and com- Jennie M. and Harris Royall Jr., W. T. and Elizabeth
I says the younguna is supposed to I Ross Torbert, Mrs M. C. Sweat, fort to the enemy." And yet here conveyed to Lemuel J. Sec. 5, conveyed to Clayton, E. Maddm
I NWV4,
their but they ain't and the m of SEV4 of and I"",.
Mrs !
obey parents' M.C. Baldwin, Mrs. Jos. Cud- we are feeding giving away
,,4 Published Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston 28, Hendry dene Flint Lots 20 and 21 of
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every 44, Range Bled!
doing it. And they ain't doing it reau, Mrs. Maxle Moody, Mrs. billions to every Red nation in the Township
I Florida The Clewiiton News Inc. less, 2, Belmont Subdivision
Florida
by a Corporation or ,
20 acres more LaRfiu
Fla.
he explained, on account of their John Hawkins, Mrs. N. C. Guess world. Co., .
j} Entered aa Second Claaa Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post Fla., $7,000.
Mama ain't listening to their and Mrs John Lucaa.G. But our difficult language is the 93,000.Olaf
: Office l In Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March S, Pedersen conveyed to Central R. N. and Lillian J. Miner .
,I Papa. Greaves, RAF officer arrived barrier which will discourage mostforeigners MB.
1S79. Flood veyed to B. S. and
He told the fellers that the from California to take over postas and Southern Florida Loretta clan
landin Lots 18 19 and !
20
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher troPID4 members went home and told wing commander at Riddle "Foreigner" Now there's something Control District a parcel of of Block;
wives what he said and Gov. Lot 4, Section 16, Township LaBeUe Highlands $3,200.
their Field else] that's all mixed
Commander up.Didn't
succeeding Wing -
Rates .. .. .... J. and Della
Subscription $4.00 per :year p E Hendry Co., Fla., S. T. Rldgdill
started to bolL Hezeklah'swife 43 S Range 28 ,
HERE coo.
things T. ,
Return Guaranteed O. Pickett, who returned to OUR race come: over
( Postage ) T7 veyed to s. J. Ridgdill
'I I A called him en the phone and England for combat service. not only uninvited but vigorously! $7,000. Jr.Aad ,.
Advertising Rates on application. The N qtr told him to stick to his preaching! W. E. DUley, Lt. (11.gr J ) U.S. Navy repelled grab all the best land and United States Sugar Corporation othy D. Rldgdill. Lots 20 and
,II management reserves the right to reject any and quit meddling. He reported heain't left for Ohio State University, for send what few REAL citizens there conveyed to Daisy W, Hill Lot 14. Block 41, Busk's Subdivision; fl
bjectional advertisement S Belie Fla., $6.000.
I9/1 seen a husband out all week Indoctrination courses were left away from their homesteads Block: U, Harlem Addition No.
I i Devoted to the advancement and welfare '//off and he flggers their. wives locked War Savings Stamp books were ? Clewiston, Fla., $800.
,; of Clewiston and Hendry County. 'em up fee punishment favors when Mrs. Foy Durrence The Seminoles have been amongus LIllie and Ryer W .White con- PIZZAYU

Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 The good Parson left a little. used a patriotic theme to enter- now for a few hundred ;years, veyed to Lucille Rivers a parcel of
THH NEWS ...u_. no roaponilblllt/ for the return of unsolicited early! said he better gin on home tain for her daughter, Bonnie Fay's and they still refuse to speak our land In Section 27, Township 45 S,
nanuaorlpU NSWS or photo.r.pllaerr auumei*no financial reepontlblllty for typographical and wash the supper dishes or second birthday language except when necessary. Range 29 E, Hendry Co., Fla.,$300. 2-3311
error or pmmlulone In advertlaement but 1( notified of ouch error before his old lady might cut off his allowance . And I don't blame them. They have George A. Cline to Dolores and
Ui. next (Issue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the parcel of land
Clark
dTertleomeot la which the error occurred. In the event a time clement TEN YEARS AGO one word for each thought It's Donald E. a Sugarland Pharmacy
would render the correction valuelea. the Newt will reduce the price Yours truly (From Clewiston News, simple. in Gov. Lot S, Section 13, Township
r of the idTertlcement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total Uncle Dan Jan ZI, 1953) Most of our words have synonyms 43 S, Range 28 E, Hendry Co., Fla.,
pare* aa the erroneous or emitted copy repreiented. I
.:, Foy Durrence was elected president a country mile long, and if $800.
I . . .. . . . to
of the Clewiston Country dub I ;you don't use the right one at the William L. Stafford conveyed
f. Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says: Two "Iron Lung" March of i right time with the right inflection Ellen Gertrude Marston a parcelof RYSTALCLEWISTOX
i Its History Now | Dime collectors were robbed at you're considered right stupid. land in Section 32, Township 43 I

i DEAR MISTER EDITOR: had a better chanct of glttlng to CBS during the weekend. I When a Seminole is hungry, he's S, Range 32 E, Hendry Co., Fla., '
Zeke Grubb's preacher come Heaven. Principal Howard Bishop accompanied just plain hungry, or hungry enough' 1300. I

by the country store Saturday But the big issue, he told the I (THIRTY From Clewiston YEARS News AGO, Electra Roman, Barbara to eat a whole deer. But we have Charles E. and Fay I*. Atwell I FLORIDA
night, reported that the Lord'swork fellers, got started Sunday morning Twiddy, Georgia Parrish, Danny to be famished, ravenous, voracious -i conveyed to Ray and Diane M.
I Jin. 27. 1933))
was In a state of confus-: when Hezekiah Adams was HoweU, Orble Luke, John Perry, gluttonous, adephagous and : Wade, Lots 5 and 6, Block 159, II Double
:' ion at his Church right now. teaching the Men's Bible Class. Hendry county commissionersasked and David Clark to Jacksonville, other ridiculous things depending Clewiston Fla., $1,500. Feature
The Sunday School lesson was Governor Sholtz to send an where they observed a model student on how much you want to impress Ruddy Construction Co., Inc.,n I'
First off, he told the fellers,
on the family, he said, and Heze auditor to check the books of council at Fletcher High whoever has the misfortune to conveyed to Thomas W. and Ray-I Fri. Sat, Feb. 11
had of the Finance
". they a meeting kiah got along pritty good until county tax collector who seemed School, and learned much about listen. nola H. Stiles, Lots 12 and 13, i Fit 7:30 .. 10:30:
Committee on Tuesday to be about $5,000 short in his organization and of high I'I Sat 4:35 7:20 .
night and Katie Hightower he got to the place in the Bible operation The Cubans and other "foreign Block 432 Clewiston. Fla., $1,000.I : 10:15 Pit
funds.A school councils. ers" who're trying to learn our H. P. and Ann G. Johnson con- "Five
brung up the subject of tryingto ; where it says the husband ought Weeks In A
1929 Ford sedan owned by W. Elmer Cox, diplomatic
lit some folks in the to be the head of the house. a em- language, must really be especially veyed to Fred W. Orris, Diamond I
I Church. Katie money aid they hadn't Everybody knowed how henpecked A. Davis was stolen from its parking ployee of U.S. government in Europe discouraged by many of our W. Orris and John R. Orris, Lots Balloon"JULES

got nobody with money in the Hezekiah is and they was lot near ,the barracks at the warned in a talk to BPW nouns. The "nouns of multitude.1 35, 36 and 37 in Block 417, Clewiston VERNE'S
Church in the last five year. holding their breath to see how sugar house. Club that "Communism )is worse Wait 'till they try to dig this: Fla., 1500. High Adventure .. and Sky Fun
Rule Zinder's wife spoke up and he would handle the situation Spadaro Construction Companyof than Nazism, and Americans needto flock of ships is called a fleet anr I H. L. and Lillian Austin conveyed of Fun
New York was low bidder on 15 be shaken from their complac- a fleet of sheep Is called a flockA to Central and Southern Florida
allowed as how she had took Well sir, reported the Parlon'l miles of levee from Bacom Point I ency to the dangerous world situ flock of girls Is called a bevy. Flood Control District a parcelof Fri. 9:30: P.M. Only
note of the She said II .
same thing. Hezekiah swallered Sat 3:30
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a : 6:13-9.13PM: .
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to St. Lucie Canal. Bid atlon.
was a bevy of wolves is called pack, Section 15,
a land in Gov. Lot 1,
to make to I
they ought a big push and hauled off and said the I
\ git some folks with money in Good Book was right! This brunga 397,592.9Mr. $1'1' a pack of thieves is called a gang, I Township 43 South Range 28 E, "Shootout At BigSag"
and Mrs IM. Pafford a gang of angels is called a host Fla. .
the claimed it Hendry Co, $5,600
congregation, round of applause from all the I FULLER'S FOLLIES
t Mae Drew and Al Hackett
host of '
would help out on the finances members. : a porpoises is called a' Lem S. and Mildred D. Bye con-
in Miami. Miss Drew to visit shoal, and a shoal of cows is calleda veyed to Central and Southern WALTER BRENNANA
and would raise the standards of
the Church. The Parson said he thought it friends and the others to attend By AL FULLER I herd.A Florida Flood Control District a Bible in one handA
was time to back Hezekiah up II tennis matches in which Bill Tilden' DO pity the foreigners trying to herd of soldiers is called a'' parcel of land in Gov. Lot 1, Sec Gun in the other
The good Parson said he told so he raised his hand to lay a and Hans Nussien played. I learn the English language. Especially troop, a troop of quail is called tion IS, Township 43 South, Range
'em he would leave this problemup few words. He told the members Miss Frances Munroe visited '
the Americanized version. Sun., Feb.
a covey, a covey of stars is called 28 E, Hendry Co. Fla.. 8100. 3.3:30.6:10.8:40: : :
to the Committee, that fer the good Lord knowed that sooner Mrs. R. C. Rawlings in Jackson Here in Southern Florida, with a galaxy and a galaxy of ruffiansIs Alvin P. and Adaline T. Anderson Mon. Tue., Feb. 4-5
him personal it was a heap easier or later the wimmen folks I ville.Mrs. the great influx of Cubans fleeing called a horde conveyed to Central and Southern 7:30: 10:00: P.M.
on the preacher to work with would try to take over, so it was H. J. Scharnberg: left with the horny tenacles of a bearded octopus : A hordti. of rubbish is called s Florida Flood Control District, "Barabbas"ANTHONY
pore folks. The Good Book, he wrote down in the Bible fer her house guests Mr. and Mrs. C. there's talk as to whetherthe heap heap of oxen Is called a a parcel of land in Section 21,
allowed, didn't say nothing about everbody to see the husband Schmidt to visit her sister, Mrs refugees will want to return to drove, a drove of rioters is calleda Township 43 South, Range 28 East QUINN
standards, but it did say pore folks should be head of the house. But Wm. Lucaa in Miami.At Cuba after the evil monster la mob, a mob of fish is called a Hendry Co., Fla., $1,100. I It will KATY enthrall JURADO. thrill

the movie: Zane Grey's"Heritage gaffed. school, a school of worshippers is G. L. and Irene A. Stetson conveyed I And entrance you
I of the. .Desert"e I'm certain that if there' anything called a congregation, a congregation to Central and Southern A Story from the greatest book
HERRING CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC left at all to go home to, of engineers is called a Florida Flood Control District a i of All
TWENTY YEARS AGO 99 per cent of the Cubans will even corps, and a corps of robbers is parcel of land in Section 21, Township -
Over 650 Insurance Companies pay chiropractic claims (From Clewtston News, paddle back on old inner tubes to called a band.A 43 S, Range 28 E, Hendry Wed., Feb. 6
11' Jan Z9, 1M3)) get away from such a crazy, mix band of bees Is called a swarm, Co., Fla., $1,100. i Thur., Feb. 7
1 Separate Faculties For Colored The Red Cross Production Roomat ed up language. and a swarm of people is called Gertrude and Thurman Martin' "Hemmingway'Adv.
the Sugar Mill Barracks was Goodness knows
we're mixed
crowd.
a
up
117 W. conveyed to Leonard M. and Lena
Sugarland Hwy. YUkon 2-7911
outproducing the one in Clewiston, more'n Greek salad I Of A Young
a in
\ many: Fooey; This has gotten so ridiculous Mae Franklin a parcel of land in .
having turned out a total of 24,000 other ways Just for instance, con I think I'll move out to the Section 23, Township 43 S, Range Man"A

reservation and just raise a bunchof i 34 E, Hendry Co., Fla., $900. I
chicken, catch a bunch of fish George Washington Williams conveyed real dramatic treat of story
and get away from this bunch of to Mrs. Charles Whiteheada i of Hemmlngway's Youth.
We promise you this is unusual
r nonsense. parcel of land in Section 33, !I
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;; As Reported by Ilendry County 16th ANNUAL CIRCLET RANCHRoo

ANNUAL Title A Abstract Co. .
United States Sugar Corp. con
veyed to Richard F. and Patricia

r A. Baker Lots 8, 7 and 8, Block 21.Clewlston .

Fla. 2400..
s'D G. A. and Florence Brockman
i6 i conveyed to Leon and June Bem-

'! bry, Lot 8. Block 375, Clewiston
Fla., $1,000.Robert .
H. Decker and Sam Dol- '
man conveyed to Central and
II D Southern Florida Flood Control
$ ALSAr District a parcel of land in Gov.

Lot 5. Section IS, Township 43 S,
hi1M Range 28 E, Hendry Co., Fla.
I ( 11,800.

\, 1M:; Ulrich H. and Sylvia F. Williams
I r conveyed to Central and Southern 4SEE

I AGAIN-JUST LIKE LAST YEAR-COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF Florida Flood Control District a
parcel of land in Section 21, Township -

n"I BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE I EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE Co., Fla.43 South, 1800., Range 28 E, Hendry


\ DELIVERIES. EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKEI HURRY IN-YOU WON'T GET STUCKI! GET THE POINT? conveyed Frank W.to D.and D Dora Kelly E.Jr.Harris, and

Emily M. Kelly, Lots 4 to 8 IncL,
I \ Block A of Jones and Larabee Sub
division, LaBelle, Fla., $2,000. AMERICA'S MOST DANGEROUS SPORT
1 Robert L.. and Dora C. Tussey

Lt ._ conveyed to D. D. Kelly Jr. and
I, This Falcon Futura isone I Emily! M. Kelly 2 parcels in Sec FE 8F01 .B&10
of 8 convertibles
: .. tion 32. Township 42 S, Range 29
I ; 11\.3 sizes from Fordl I E. Hendry Co., Fla., 1500.
t All with service-savinp Kennedy Construction Co. Inc., RESERVATIONS CALL 591.2101INDIANTOWH

\ fll i ,.. features,.. some with conveyed to Robert N. and Janet 10 HIED BOIL INDUNTOWq FLORIDA
i bucket seatsl' P. Adams Lots 1 and 2, Block 18,

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ClwUton. Florida. THE CLEWISTON: NEW3 mm.... 11rc.1

i Haven W.M.U. Caueaux (as the policeman), Ray i part of the service a "Children'*
Lee has( the Judge), Kenneth Walker -I Parable" will be featured, especial Good Landscaping Brings Tourist MoneyMany I PIZZAYU BEE
tudie Missions Ircel I
Knedler
; Nicky risk, Ran- ly suited toward the understanding DOUG PEARCY

Home Mission/ at the was regular the topic month"meeting of. del It Hatfield 1* concerned with the needs I dren.and A needs of school-age also la chil] businesses depending on.' and lunl\1ln the winter when they 2-3311 424 E. 8orarlui4 Ate. 'I
being for
of the WMU of HtHav of families and their nursery tourist trade are losing money by drop them. The evergreens will
children especially planned to
for the needs of
the care Inadequate landscaping, according lend bright color all through the Sugarland TAX SERVICE
Baptist Church Monday night I needs of teen-age parents with preschool children. Pharmacy J
to Dr. E. It. McElwee, head of the
Mrs. W C. Mann presided at years, and show how they need year, keeping the motel attractiveto
meeting and Mrs H. V. Turlet -I the help of each other. A woman's Florida Agricultural Extension passers by.
with Mrs I study class Service Department of Ornamental And there may even be room for
cave the devotional meets from 6.30: to 7:15: Big Lake AMD. Holds
-. W. Hamil Sr., assisting. prior to the evening service at 7:30 Horticulture. flowering trees to give an added ,
were Mrs. Mann Mrs The program will be held In tae Womens Meet Here Motorist passing gasoline stations display of color
Attending social DESSERT A LA PARIS j jwn.
j
Mrs. Ruth Jackson, Mrs hall restaurant and motels for Tourist usually Judge the motel
urner, Royals Mrs. J. C. Smith The First Baptist Church was the first time will often pass up rooms by the appearance of the
jvelyn! HamlL'laylet host Monday to the Big Lake Asso those that are unsightly, poorly outside If ;your court looks clean "
nd Mrs. Methodists Set clatlonal Women's Missionary landscaped or that have inadequate and well maintained motorists

Union In an all day meeting. parking areas he says will assume it Is the same Inside

Features "New Life" Series"New Since this was the 75th anniversary What do tourists) look fortes Restaurants will often plant I.

vening ServiceDuring Ute of the organization of the moW Dr. MeEhree says .In shrub around the foundation of I.t

the evening worship hour planned at the Meetings"First are being Women's Missionary Union, rev the summer they look for motels their building but netted entirely
Methodist eral ladies gowned In costumes of that are well shaded, and the border of the
prop.erty.
at 7:30 the
February 3. : Church beginning
[unday. Church win fen February 10, and 75 years ago greeted the visitors and la the winter they try to Unsightly adjoining property
Methodist continuing through
first February In
attracting much attention. find motels.With .
entitled "Stolen annoy can b. screened with a
ure a" This playlet drama presentations I connection Board with the annual conference Presiding was Mrs. Cooper Marshall a mixture of evergecns and fence, hedge or a row of tall .
;ood. of Evangelism' observance -
of the home mission I of of Okeechobee, associations deciduous trees, a motel can be evergreens when space Is available
the
part 225th:
5 anniversary president Guest speaker was Miss shady In the summer when the I .
tnly "Tie Church's Mission to -AWersgate Year" for Methodists Reda Jean Copeland, Jacksonville, deciduous tree have their leaves: I Garbage Dillicrystals
ersons la Special Need. these "New Life Meetings" state director of the Young Woos and trash cans can also

The playlet Is sponsored by the are a week of fine preaching, and en's Auxiliary of the WMU. Insurance without be_screened by plant material or
uth Circle of the WSCS: with Mrs. will be held throughout the Florida Churches surrenderingtheir a fence. Tt lLf0181H8
represented at the policies for cash.
chard) I Pape directing. Parttct Conference this spring. After Investing a considerablesum
meeting were First Church, La- Veteran Administration officials
,sting In the cast are: Mrs. R. I.earee. The guest preacher at our local Belle; Moore Haven; Okeechobee; at the St Petersburg regional office for shrubs and plants, many SEE RECIP!
Mrs. Hilburn Murphy First Methodist Church will be the firms make the mistake of not
South Bay; Venus Big Cypress that In
; ; reported today the post-
Urs. Robert Welch Miss Evelyn Rev. Farley Snell, pastor of the properly maintaining them. Plant
Brighton, and First Church and holiday bill period and the
*e, Bill Baker (as the bachelor), Cokesbury Methodist Church In Calvary of Clewl.ton.I Income tax upcoming material around buildings shouldbe
oe Sexton (as the father), Ralph Margate Pompano Beach. As a payment time, maintained properly to keep It
Florida veterans
many Inquired healthy. Sick or Insectdamagedplants
about the procedure for surrender-

Stars Will Hold Ins their long-held policies for the Dr. McElwee are poor advertisement.suggests that one

ATTENTION I I Pancake Day cash value without realizing they solution to this problem is to hirea ONE POLICY
can borrow up to 94 per cent of firm that does landscape main-
Sugarland Chapter, Order of that cash value and leave the policy tenance. 1
Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers
Eastern Star win hold Pancake In force. Money spent In developing and
Day next Tuesday February 5th Rufus H. Wilson manager of the maintaining the grounds Is a good ONE LOW PREMIUM ,
LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND serving pancakes with sausage ba- St Petersburg regional office Investment and will help attract

WISELY PLAN can or ham, at the Masonic Han pointed out that once surrendered more business, according to Dr.
YOURFINANCING from 9:30 a.m. till I p.m. tor cash, all protection under the McElwee. Provide Life Insurance on All Members

Whether you like your pancakesfor CI Insurance policy ceases Is cancelled forever and since cannotbe the of Your Family under New Family Plan
A law Oast ram MartgmceFEDEfULLAND breakfast, luncheon or Upper, "The Beat For Less"
: BANE LOAN you'll find a hearty and tasty mealon renewed or reinstated.
that day at the Masonic Han. However, If a loan Is obtained on State FarmInsurance
wm Fombh Oaeh 1t'Bdlnasbs
The price Is $1.00 for adults and the cash value of the policy only See *
debt. 50 cents for children. the amount of protection for the
Ftaaaoe farm ttnpnreoMta, Dew MUteft amrliMi' veteran' beneficiaries 1* reduced
eMachlRe.i and tastaH trtlgaUoau
*> Assist la parebaa .( a. fain, giwe a* taRa... Youth Revival AtCalvary and any or all of the amount may
Fnnhaa more lead be repaid at the convenience of the Auto life Fire'

Preside capital fond for MM fan ........ BaptistA borrower. The only set charge fI\ Beardsley Nash
ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN against the borrower Is the four
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGE youth revival with the Rev. per cent annual Interest charge Car Finance PlanNew

L Lower payment. Brant Holladay a* evangelist started which must be paid on or before Insurance Agency

X. Longer tanaa (.p to II yean). last evening at Calvary Baptist the due date. Cars 4M% Add on Interest ...
Late
Model
.. Dependable aervfoa. (Mrrtaf agrtoultare: exolwrnly Church and will continue through Should a veteran borrow on his Used W% Add on Tour Independent Agent
.too* U17)). February. CI Insurance and then die before Includes Credit LifeAbnerH.Vann Serve) YOU First

4. ran prepayment. pttrOefea without avnafty. Service are held each evening repaying the loan In full the outstanding
g. Loaa service ",y local people, taaOar wttti Ned I at 7:30: p.m. Everyone i* cordially Indebtedness will be deducted lot EM: Segas sal Highway

affTtoolture. invited to attend and a special Invitation from the policy proceeds before [lewlatea, I1a. neM YDkM S-1M1
u w."eeua be ., Mrrtoa .. yes pies.. writ .. phone I Is extended the youth. of the the latter 1* paid to the beneficiaries. Fr.. TO t-SVll dewlitoo ,.

W. & MAX, Mgr er DOTUB B. ABBOTT, AM*, Ml*. : community. .


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.Clewiston Church DirectoryCALVARY AND CHEVROLET \


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IN 8 OUT OF 10 OFFICIAL TESTS'
BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

331 W. Osceola Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenue
South Clewlston
Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Rev. L. T. Pagan Pastor
9:45: a.m.-church School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Rev Herb Hlgdon Pastor all-around against ZERO-TO-SIXTY CITY PAlliNG
Plymouth once again proves superiority
11:00 a.m.-Morning Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
9.45; a.m.-8unday School PLYMOUTH.'',,,11.99 Me.CHEVROLET..13 PLYMOUTH.' 278 ft:!
8.00 -Methodist Youth Fellowship 6.00: -Training Union : ::::::::
11 00 p.m. p.m. Its competition. Handling, safety, performance, economy 64 MO. CHEVROLET. 279 ft.
: a.mWor.hlp Service 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service FORD............18.01 sec FORD............,...305 It.
7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training 7:30 p.m.-Evening Service Wednesday: -all of these were measured In the second meeting of

8.M: p.m.Union-Worship Service Wednesday: 7:00: p.m.-oWcer. and Teachers Ford, Chevrolet and Plymouth early In December at the PLYMOUTH QUAKTEN-MILE.. .18.04 MO. :: ;HAY.PASSING 462 ft.

7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice Meeting "Showdown" asked for CHEVROLET..18.91MC. CHEVROLET.........516 ft.
Tuesday: 8:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer ServIce Riverside, Cal., test course. In I FORD............20.53 MC.KILOMCTM FORD................554 ft
8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood by Plymouth, a 1963 Plymouth Fury V-8 whipped a com
MARTIN'S CHURCH
Wednesday: ST. HUN IMEReaNCY.T.Pparabiy
7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer (Episcopal 8:45: p.m.-Choir Practice equipped Chevrolet Impala V-8 and Ford Galaxlo PLYMOUTH..33.43llao. FORD................120ft
...34.44 PLYMOUTH...... ...125 ft.
' CHEVROLET $.c
Thursday: 207 N. Pacific 500" Vii in eight I out of ten official I tests. FORD..31.59uc.: CHEVROLET..133R.:
8 00 Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar NORTIISIDE MISSIONARY
: p.m.-Choir Practice The
Nationwide Institute bought the
Sunday Services: BAPTIST CHURCH Consumer Testing cars, ECONOMY MUM eO-TOP-PAHK

7:30 a.m.-Earljr Eucharist 304 N. Francisco Street hired the drivers, supplied the officials, made and enforced PLYMOUTH....18.77 mpg. PLYMOUTH..2:32 min

CHURCH OF CHRIST; 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Rev. Joe Sweat Pastor the rules.The chart at right leaves no question about the results. FORDROLET.1e.emps.::l : :::: : CHEVROLET..2:57min FORD .: :2:44:: :mln.:: .
Church School 10:00: ajn.-Sunday School
33* Seth Central Arena Saints and Holy Day as an- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Plymouth excelled In all-around performance and MILL CUMS f/rMILK CLASSICPLYMOUTH..2:51.74

nounced. 7:30 p.mEvenID Worship. economy. Add In Plymouth's good looks and 5-year/50,000" CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH ;::::15.00 15.44: ::o.. CHEVROLET..2:53; :67 :min::: ..

Earl Arnold Minister Confessions by appointment Wednesday: mlle warranty. See dealer. Plymouth's on the move. FORD' .., ..' '16.00 MO. FORD.,,"... 3.04.89: .mln.I .
your
Sunday: 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Service S.l.ss I: ;;yW.1MM; cwt 7..dwler;Iui dsW4M .
(10.00; a-m. -Kbie School
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN a
UM aj -Worshlp 407 Royal Palm Avenue ST. MARGARET'S CHURCHRev. r x '
7.08; u s
p.mWor.hlp
Henry H. Ford. Minister Father Charles
Wednesday: 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School 8:00: a.m.-&mday Mas
7:3t
:
Mid-week devotion
p.nu
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.-Suaday Mass
and "*' '
Bible study 11:00: a.m.-Numry In the Parish 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mall
House 7:00 a.m.-First J'r1dayllau

8:00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow-. 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday each I
COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL. ahlpWednesday month.; Catholic Ladles' Altar ,
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HOLINESS CHURCH : Society r
1:30 p.m.-Choir Practice Saturday:
heath Clewlston 9:30: a.m.-Religious Instruction
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Rev. 3. R. Taylor, Pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
HMIAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
10.60: a.m.Sunday Scchool APOSTOLIC FAITH
Highway 720
11:00: a.nu-Morning Worship Sooth Clewbton
7:45 P.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vic Turner, Pastor
9:45: a.m.-8unda1 School
School
Service 10:00 a.m.-Sunday
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Preaching
7Wednesday: 11:00 a.m.-
6:45 p.m.-TralDln. Union
Prayer Service Tuesday: :
8.00; p.mEvenln Worship
Friday: 7:30: p.mPrayer Meeting
Wednesday:
7:45: p.m.-Youth Service
Friday:
People' Meetlag 8.00; p.m.-Prayer Meeting
7:30 p.m.-Young
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CHURCH OF GOD L'-
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 312 8. Pacific Avenue

215 Francisco Street CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Joe Coleman

Rev. James F. Kimbrel. Pastor (CHRISTIAN 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School

10:00: a.m..Sunday School John C. Scheffler Minister 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service

1:00 a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. lcv.ur
7:30 p.nu-Evangellstle Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday: _
Wednesdays 11:00: a.m.-Communion and 7:30: Prayer Service

7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service Worship Service Friday:
Friday: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Young People's Endeavor

7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:30 p.ra.--Bible Study


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Para Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clevrtaton. Florida
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bran Tuesday, January 11 January 22nd at Hen!
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I Ij !ident of Lake Okeechobee area for BIRTHSMr. Cheryl ( Th I Hospital.Mr. 'r
Miami.
Hospital
CARD OF
OBITUARIESALOISE THANKSJanuary In Baptist I
45 years died Sunday morning In
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waighed six puunds, sever and MM. John L '),).
baby
the Veterans Hospital at Coral and Mrs. Richard Betheaare I'
A. (PETE) IIOPPAlolse I at birth. the parents of a son Jr'hn! :
ounces I DB
I Gabels He lived in for
Lakeport 31, 1963 of a daughter. -
the proud parents J. Whiddenof who was born in H ,
died Mr. and Mrs Wesley !I I .JQI
A. I many years was a veteran On behalf of the patients, staff and Board of Directors of Hendry DeAnne Alesia, born January the arrivalof Hospital on January 23r
1.
LaBelle announce < The
in the local hospital Thursday after i World War 1 and a retired service General Hospital, I would like to publicly sincere thanks to the bat
convey weighed six ,
January pounds
of 14 in Good Samaritan Hospital Bethel Jay on nine
a short illness. He was a native station a son ouacn
operator. and individuals ,
i following organizations for deeds, services
of I numerous West Palm Beach ,The baby weighed Hospital: : Mr and Mrs Entarnz,
Arkansas and was a veteran 19, at Hendry General ) : .J1
I Survivors are two sons. Arthur gifts and donations generously and unselfishly contributed during 1962: at Cal'i
World War II. and William of Winter Haven; one I MR. AND MRS. JAMES GRANT For the many donations of fresh six poundr, eleven ounces The baby weighed seven pounds. announce the arrival of ., daub
Hopp came to Clewiston about daughter, Mrs. Bertha Burns, of vegetables they have sent the hospital.MR. birth. i Mr and Mrs. Jesse E Albrittan: I ter on January 28th at HeDdr
two years ago and was employed j'1 Oklahoma City; a brother, Jody AND MRS. J. F. FLORENTINE For their generous donationof Mr. and Mrs Richard Don Gid- announce the arrival of a son John I I General Hispltal The bab
as horseman and trainer at Stewart, Alabama, and a sister, magazines and a radio.G. I welchI -
dens of Miami, the proud par I pounds, 14
are
Henry weighing nine pounds on ; : seven ounce-
Schmidt Hors Ranch. Orlando, and
Mrs. Mary Hooker I A. GIRLS, HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH For the very pretty, ents of a daughter, CathleenO -- -
Funeral services were conducted -1 i I four grandchildren.Rev. Valentine tray decorations.
Saturday evening at 7.30: in the T. J. Greenberger will conduct THIRD GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Mrs. Louise Hare, Teacher -
Pattison Funeral Home chapel. I'I services this afternoon at 2 er For the pretty scrapbook presented to the pediatric ward. O
The Rev. Henry H. Ford of the o'clock In the Venus Methodist GOLDEN CIRCLE SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS, FIRST BAPTIST
Community Presbyterian Church Church, Interment will be in the I CHURCH For the lovely Bible-verse cards placed on the patients AUTE1SAVE
officiated.The Venus Cemetery, with an honor meal trays at Easter.
body was cremated. I Ii guard from the Moore Haven CUB SCOUT PACK, Mrs. Ronnie Roth, Den Mother For the lovely
: I Ii American Legion Post conducting Easter favors for the patients. ; : PCTLC t.:.Y A w
i HAROLD O. STEWART I II military rites at the graveside. SUGARLAND PHARMACY For their liberal contribution of the COM Ln./.EUT uc:: TUOT
i I I Harold Giles Stewart, 67, a reaH Pattison Funeral Home Is in "Clewiston News" each week and the charming Easter eggs for (HAVE TO DIG OO'liNN\ {
charge of arrangements. all the patients and for sponsoring Daily Radio Program of Pa- THEIR WALLET FOR \IT.New .

ALVIN B. RAVELAlvin : tients admitted, discharged and remaining.
H / SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Mrs. Campbell
z I B. Zauel a resident: of Nall, Teacher For the delightful Easter baskets made for the
Clewiston for the past six years patients.
II died in the local hospital Monday MRS. ETTA F. LEITER For the contributions of her lovely flowers
evening following aa illness of MR. AND MRS. W. DEAN KING For their generous donation oReaders
?l I rjveral weeks. Hawas a, victim Digest Condensed Books.
I 10 1 it \\ I of cancer. _e. .. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH For
II I :Mr. Zauel was born. in Saginaw, the beautiful sewing of flannel diaper shirts and blankets, as wellas MONEY! BORROW HERE!
t:: A ROOM IN JUST (Mich., on December 30, 1907. He contributions of toothpaste and brushes and combs.
I i served with the armed: forces during LIONS CLUB For bringing Santa Claus to the hospital during anywhere but borrow hereto
: World War II and: receivedthe Christmas and giving cartons of ice cream to the patients and employees Buy your car ,
a \I American Defense medal, the ; also for their generous gift of hamburger buns. pay for it. Our bank rates are the lowest
:\ World War II Victory medal, the INTERMEDIATE CLASS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH For the beau- What's
I \merlcan Theater medal, the AsI- tiful Christmas caroling.MR. Uniside Body available to the public. more, our

J. ..._ i atic-Pacific theater medal, the J. E. BEARDSLEY For his generous gift of fruit for patientsand terms are realistic planned with your
Bronze Star and the Philippine Lib- Panels
Ie" employees.UNITED
ration medal with Bronze Star. I II STATES SUGAR CORPORATION For the delicious fruit budget in mind. See us first for your loan.
Hours//
He was a member of the Clewis- generously given to the hospital during Christmas.
I ton American Legion Post, and a PRIMARY CLASS, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH For the pretty FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONPh.
"':' 'with, ROL-LATEX I member and commander of the handmade Christmas greetings for the patients' tray.
ROc.'U. Clewis ton Veterans cf Foreign ST. MARGARET'S ALTAR SOCIETY ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC YU 2-6001 Clewiston Fla.
TEX Wars Post; .he was a member of CHURCH For the contribution of cookies and booklets to the ,
INTIKIOR 'LATfXlit. E-ks: Lodge; 'No. 83 at Bay City, patients during Christmas.
c. ti ,,an.Nfn..ll.arp w. pre Mich. and: a life member of the CLEWISTON GARDEN CLUB For the beautiful Christmas decorations RATES
'I.MIWJ.. 1 arks. .Ms.+. Germanic Club of Saginaw, Mich. | again prepared to brighten the hospital during the holiday
ar
,If Ir; n,., .-.-.... Ha was a member of the Community season.CLEWISTON.
$98' Presbyterian Church of 1 NEWS For their articles and photographs concerningthe --- ---
I Clewiston and a trustee af the timed activities of.the hospital and their listing of patients admittedand
r, GAL his death. discharged.ALL .
CLEWISTON CHURCHES- For their continued donation of flowers
HJ 1 I. survived by his wife, Mrs
,Buy one gefoneFREE Harriet Gemmill Zauel of Clewis for the patients' rooms.
ton and his parents Mr. and Mrs. ALL BLOOD DONORS For their willingness to answer our urgent +
: e e r : a esFi
AT HO Albert J. Zauel of Saginaw. requests for blood.
the contribution of "The Rotarian" magazineeach
ROTARY CLUB For
DCTIACOST Services will be held In the
Ccmmunity Presbyterian Churchat month.
MR. AND MRS. M. L. WILLIAMS For the many donations of freshvegetables
at your 2 o'clock Friday afternoon with
the Rev. Henry H. Ford officialng. they continue to send the hospital. i
MIJuJ e. Interment will be in Rilge I KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT, METHODIST CHURCH For
STOR1 lawn Cemetery where military their contribution of a lovely tree at Christmas time.
I : services will be conducted by the Radio Station WOWY for so kindly announcing the need for blood I.

VFW Post. VFW members will be donor.. _
I AI Fuller'sCountry pall bearers and trustees of the Should any organization or individual deserving recognition be excluded tq'fk r
humbly apologize for the un-
this acknowledgement we
from
Presbyterian Church will be hon-
intentional omission. All donations and services are welcome and appreciated -
Store orary pallbearers. I i by the hospitaL It is indeed gratifying to know that the UAHU DAYS OF
Pattison Funeral Home is in patients are not forgotten by the community and that they have the JAR

barje of arrangements. I I sympathy and kind thoughts of their fellow men. FABULOUS VAWES
I Sincerely,
HENDRY GENERAL HOSPITAL
smcxcumx cxltamat Tnssxsac Anna Mae Jones, We're out to set a new sales record for
AdministratorCard SIIEva I the first month of 1963.To do it-we've

tagged all our new Frigidaire Appliances
: The DemandFor of ThanksThe Card of ThanksI with prices so,low, you may havo to wait
I wish to express my deep and another '", .. ,
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Stoclcer family of John P. Harris sincere appreciation for the sympathetic -
wishes to express our thanks to help extended to me in
Cattle Is Heavy our many friends and loved ones my bereavement. I am grateful for
at the loss of our loved one. all your prayers and expressions of
Buy Only The Thanks for the flowers and your sympathy ,and especially to Rev. 2doorFrigIdaIre
prayers. Ford the Masons, Eastern Stars,
I The Harris Family Rebekahs, friends, neighbors and mtf -J
Cattle You \Vant il ilJ
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k. Card of ThanksI were so very good and gracious.Mrs. Giant 100-Ib. freezer.
J\\ Anne Glotfelty
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i want to thank my many friendsfor i- egction.t .
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__ __ ____ _h__ _____ Clewlston._ .! Florida THELEWISTON NEWS Page Ftveu
: Country Club Notes

By TERESA STANTON {' ,
n! I I In the Ladles Day Tournamentlast ,
Jdr I ,,, ,
:.t,: ;)(. Friday Ulah Florentine won
L ., .... first prize with second going to .
;, Ruth Mottiey.
Tomorrow will to meeting day fr
(first Friday of each month) and
we hope to have a good turnout.
The tournament planned will be a '
rv'
lljr S most pars" net score with buffet lr,! !
luncheon at noon. j
Anyone planning to play In Se-
bring Ladies Invitational MUST
s sign up and pay the ..ecretary.tr .
f asurer of the Ladies Organization rG7
by Feb. 3rd and! also state
1 preference concerning electric i
t carts. The deadline was previously
posted as Feb. 5th, but had to be
+ pushed back to the third. Entry
1 1'G. fee is $2.50 which Includes greens iJ
f. f fee luncheon and prizes. Tee off ?
F
t. Urn will be 9 a m. February 12. 1.1.6; +

Clewlston February Invitational 22nd Is the including date for Le-the ir

high Acres and Belle Glades Ladles
A notice has been pos.Jd at
,
the club and local ladles who wishto
.., i
participate are asked to sign ?-
and pay entry fee by February 14.
r The Toggery Shop has scheduled -
i
a fashion show for Feb. 15. t
Entries in the city championship
near 30. Players need not be r
members of the club to compete
f! Qualifying score and $200 entry
fee must be turned in by Sunday
Feb. 3rd. It will be match play
with no handicaps. However, it will
r la played in flights enabling the I

--- _.. "' .c- newer golfers to compete for A 4u
INSTALLATION of new officers for the Mothers Club was held Friday prizes. All of the matches must be
ERNIE MILLER, smugly; watches Earl Byrd; blindfolded and with ; evening Mrs. Joyce Drake, left Is the new president, Mrs. Leola completed by Feb. 24th. Ladies MISS CIIRISTABEL KELLY
canvas gloves, putting a womans nylon hose on over his own. Millet Vaughan vice-president. Mrs. Inn Llneberfer (with Mrs. Lolita Arnold may qualify with a nine hole score.
bad Just completed lib feat. It was part of the hi-Jinks at the Mothers Installed as proxy), secretary; and Mrs Eleanor Glddens. treasurer. Ladles matches will be nine holes Christabel Is Installed
Club Installation dlnner.-STAFF PHOTO. -STAFF I'IIOTO.I except the finals which will be 18 | Kelly


Joyce Drake Installed FridayAs I Third Grade Visits Happy BirthdayJan. As Worthy Advisor Of RainbowMiss 1

I Museum LersonalsJ 31-Lilah Florentine Billy Chrlstabel l Kelly Iv'nr! and all of her installing officers "'!
Junior I
President Of Mothers I Blount, Ralph Hays, Dean Webb. stalled as worthy advUor were floor length pastel for- .
Club The third grade taught by Mrs.R. Feb. 1 Bill Bowden, Sandra I Clewiston Assembly, Order mals. Installing officer, Artis Lawrence ,
M. Hare made a field trip to Jones, Edgar Texton. bow for Girls, In a public! I ; installing chaplain, Beverly ,
Mrs. Pat (Joyce Turner) Drake sical numbers were presented by West Palm Beach recently to visit Mrs Ruth B. Owens, accompan Feb. 2.-J. M. Lankford, Mrs. E. I Hon ceremony Sunday Etherton; installing recorder, Judy
was installed as president of the Mis. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Jim the Junior Museum. Several aJu'.ts:! : led by her sister Mrs. H. R. Lamb j E. Montgomery, Carolyn Booth. the Masonic Hall. The ( Vann; installing marshal Christine '
Mothers Club for the year 1963 at Ycunkman and Dr. L. G. Vaughan, accompanied the children on the of Okeechobea and Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 4 Marlon Leydig, Marie ficers were Installed in a l Giddens.
the dinner meeting of the club: with Mrs. Quincy Westberry as ac school bus, which was driven by Lyal Halstad of Norman, Okla., Webb, Pauline Howell, Danny. Tay Rainbow ceremony; The installing musician was Mrs. "
held Friday evening at the Cane companist.; Mr. Taylor.At left Tuesday for a cruise to Nas I lor. Worthy advisor, l Lillian Kelly, aunt of the worthy e
brake Patio. Husbands the museum the children saw Itu.I Feb. 5-W. D. Dana, Patsy El- Kelly; worthy associate advisor.
Other officers installed were Mrs.L. members for were the dinner guests and of the club the puppet show, "Beauty and the I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schick and der, Pearl Kreidler, Esther Pearl- Cheryl Lee; Charity, Diane The new mother advisor, Mrs. J
social
G. (Leola) Vaughan, vice presi hour following. Mrs. Charlie Beast." The exhibition was "Treas daughters Sally and Susan spent man Mrs. Edythe Adams. straw; Hope Linda Carlton; Carlos Dickey was presented with
dent; Mrs. George (Inez) Llneberger Martinez and Mrs. GIddens were in urea from the Sea." The museum'snext Sunday in St. Petersburg visitingMr. Mrs. Edythe Adams. Sally Oliphant; Recorder her mother advisor's pin by the
secretary and Mrs. Bib (Eleanor : charge of the entertainment and exhibition will be Japanese. and Mrs Harry Conrad. Feb. 7-Grace Nottingham. Lawrence; Treasurer, Judy ; outgoing mother advisor, Mrs.
) Giddens, treasurer. Mrs. Line- directed some enjoyable Thirty-six children made the trip Mri. Floyd Howell is spending a (If you are 18 years of age or Chaplain, Marie Nottingham; Mary Sue Branaman. Mrs. Bran-
very and voted it a wonderful experi older and a resident of Clewlston, Leader, Jan Wilson. aman received courtesy gifts from
berger was unable to be pr2sntand games, In which the men took leading few weeks with her father in Mount
Mrs. Charles Arnold was her; parts. ence. Olive North Carollna. we would like to enter your birthday Color Stations: Love, the assembly and friends.
Accompanying them were Mrs in our birthday book. Won't Futch; Religion, Suzanne worthy'I; Miss'! Molly Mulllns sang a beautiful
proxy in the Installation. Mrs. There were 38 members and Hare Mrs. Mabel MaglU. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs L. G. Vaughan and you call and give us the birth daysof Nature, Andrea Bolton I solo and courtesy gifts were
Beryl Bowden, a former memberand guests attending the dinner meet-| Maurice Fletcher Mrs. John Elilington -I family attended the South Florida the adult members of your fam- ity, Jan Brantley; Fidelity I I presented to the new worthy ad. <,
co-founder of the club, was Installing In,. Mrs. Gene Williams and Fair in West Palm Beach Satur lly: ?f Ann Ford; Patriotism, I visor Chris Kelly, by her parents
officer | Brief Mrs Gaynam Rackstraw. day.Mrs. Fry: Services, Becky ; and friends.
| reports were given of the I P. M. Sr.. Mrs.P. I
McIntyre Skating PartyCelebrates fidential Observer The hall was beautifully decorated
Prior to the
dinner several
mu- 'ps t vear's activities. M. Jr. and Peter Mc I.
Rainbows Install McIntyre 11 ters; Outer Observer, in deep pink and white flow.
Intyre were in West Palm Beach Birthday Adams. er arrangements.
Advisory Board attending the fair Saturday. Pamela Ann Stephens celebratedher Musician, Christine ; Refreshments were served by
CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES INC. .At her first*meettng as worthy Mrs W. A. Norman returned seventh birthday on January choir director Kay Owens; Mr. and Mrs Loyd Kelly, assistedby
advisor, Chris Kelly Installed the Monday from St. George, Ga., 24th with a skating party at Em's I ian, Barbara McLeod; Mrs. Abner Vann and Mrs. L.
Invites ;you to see the new following advisory board members: where she has been recuperating Rollerland. I I Thadcne Wynn. E. Lee.
Marlette and Esquire Mobile Homes Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilkinson, following an operation two weeks Birthday cake and soft drinks [ This Installation was I Mrs. Mary DeGraw, grand deputy
Now on display 830 E. Sncarlsnd II.,. John Drake and Gaynam Rack. ago Mr. Norman drove up for her were served to approximately 331' that for the first time in I of Rainbow Girls and Miss Nita
straw. over the weekend. boys and girls who enjoyed an 1 I tory of the Clewlston IlIn: '.on. worthy advisor 'of the
NEW FINANCING AVAILABLECash I Three officers who had not been Mrs. W. C Prewltt. Mrs W. P. : afternoon of games and skating atI] the installing officers were I West Palm Beach Assembly were

for your used trailer installed previously were also installed Jernlgan and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle I the rink. worthy advisors. The new special guests
at this meeting. They were: made a trip to Georgia and Ala-
LOW LOW down 7 to Suzanne Peers, religion; Betty Ann bama the latter part of last week. I
payment. years pay
Ford .fidelity; and Angela Adams, Accompanying them was Jerry
We also. handle Van Dyke, Marlette and DIed trailers. I outer observer.A Prewitt, who entered Huntington
Phone TV 2-2661 I birthday remembrance was College in Montgomery, Ala Mrs. DON'T WORRY OVER
j I given to Beverly Etherton for her Ezelle visited sisters in Georgia,
; January birthday. and Mrs. Prewitt and Mrs. Jernl I' RAINY DAYS,
gan visited their sons, David
Prewitt and W. H. Jernigan and COLD WEATHER,
/ his family, both at Auburn Ala. I
CLEWISTON INN'SSUNDAY
Artis Lawrence, Joyce Jones, OR FLYING SOOT
Mike Bowden and Kenneth Mc-
Leod, were among local persons attending JUST GET A ry:
SPECIAL the South Florida Fair in a
West Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Frank Polhlll were NORGECLOTHES
February, 1963 in West Palm Beach at the South
Florida Fair on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn left
"* Sunday morning for Morgan, Ga., DRYERkHJP"1111
to spend a few days with her
brother, W. E. Davis and his wife,
Soup de jour who is hospitalized for surgery.Mr. .

; and Mrs. W. R. Baxter are
Tossed Salad Choice of Dressing pending a few days in Miami to
be with their daughter, Mrs. Lynn
.. Bierzonskl, who underwent surgery -
GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN in Baptist Hospital Monday
Rev. and Mrs. Vic Turner were in

. Garden Peas Miami with the family Monday.Mrs. .
\ Bierzonskl Is reported as doIng -

Snowflake Potatoes very well.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Orris
Bread and Butter were the weekend guest lot Mr.
Clewiston Inn Bake Shop N
and Mrs. O. K. Phillips in Fort '
I, Lauderdale over the weekend. r
Choice of Ice Cream or Sherbet Mrs. G. M. (Grannie) Spires,
mother of G. M. Spires, enteredthe
Coffee Tea Milk Expresso Inverness Hospital this week O
for surgery
Mr. andOMri. George Heinley
All For $2.25 left Tuesday for a cruise of a weekor
ten days to Guatemala! and
other spots .
Mrs. Jack E. Davis was called
to Pennsylvania this week by the
unexpected death of her father,
Stanley Krowlski of Philadelphia, ,
which occurred last Friday Funeral ,
This Special Available Noon and Evening services were conducted in Madrl at41160 ,

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Pap Slx THE CLlCWISTON NEWS Clewiston. Fiorlda


. How To Treat Your Lawn I-Hospital---Note for 1963. setting a new membershiprecord. Harlem News


Patients remaining: Wendell Previous record was members

';' ,, By HERVEY SIIARPE turn your lot back to a sand Batey Della Bledsoe, Paul Cross, who were on the roll in 1957, when

: bed. If you have already made Nicky Cisnero Nancy Garza, Mrs. Lum Dalton was post commander

;. Florida AcricuUural Extension this mistake, then consider plantIng Hathcock, Eldon Holoubek Ar- News Of Our Colored Community
Events and
neslo Jurado, Lula Lane, Charles
II q f. Service anew: lawn.
'\ Maddox, Thelma Miller, Cecil Malay Jan. 31 Is DeadlineFor News Editor
What to Plant Irvin Tull MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored
I A frosted lawn Is like a cake- Sampson Snow

both have been exposed to icing. There's no ideal grass. The zoy- Marvin Waters, Mary Zglener I Alien RegistrationEdward Phone YU 8-1258
You get rid of the cake Patients admitted:
\ may alas have won acclaim for texture, 1
I 18-Jaale Hathcock Geo. P. Ahrens, district manager -
1' Icing by melting In your mouth. but require much care and good Jan. ,
A. Rodriguez Jan. 17: of the Immigration and Naturalization -
But mouth-to-lawn resuscitationisn't soil. Centipede is "poor man's" Phillips ; I
a practical life saving prac- that does well on sandy soil Chas. Burke Fred Halney, Shiela Service urges all aliensin
tice since It might cause sand grass with little fertilizer and few mow Campbell Chas Spears, Raymond the state of Florida who have
colic. Williams Jr., Lorenza Daniel Phyllis not yet filled out alien address report
ings. Green. Beulah Woods A. A. forms, to do so before January -
A better approach to reviving a St. Augustine rates good, but Is Hopp; Jan. 18, Nicely Cisnero, Raul 31 et the nearest Immigrationand
lawn is to make like a dog
dying
.. ravaged by chinch bugs. Common Trujillo; Jan. 19, Martha Whidden. Naturalization Service:
with fleas scratch. Proper application -
Bermuda is fine textured, tolerates Elizabeth McCormick, Margaret or local post office. office I
of lawn rake will
a remove salty spray but requires much Crawford, J. J. Smith; Jan. 20, The immigration official said the
winter-killed leaves, clippings
the work and considerable fertilizer. Arsenlo Jarado, Gussle Mae Pritch- law requires all non-citizens, ex-
from last fall and other debris
The Bahla grasses form a loose ett, J. B. Stanford, Solon Mills, cept persons in diplomatic status,
that prevent green shoots from turf that takes constant mowingto Antonio Torris. foreign representatives to certain

making n rapid showing.If keep seed stalks down.A international such as
the tall when frosted Jan. 21, Alvin Zauel, Pedro Rodriguez organizations
brown grass, was remove some new grass Is Floratine St. Aug Leo Philips, Mary. Ray, the United Nations, and aliens here
may
you ustine. It was developed by the Norman Seism Aisle Albritton, Pe- temporarily as agricultural con-
dead "fodder" with a lawnmower
Florida Agricultural Experiment dro Rodriguez, Carrie Lee Anderson. tract laborers, to report their addresses -
to raking.
prior
Next give the grass some food Stations and is available from most Jan. 22, Irving Tull Storge to the government each RM
turf Smith Martha Owen Wil- January.
growers. Jumper,
and water. The experts say to apply -
about a pound of actual nitrogen Floratine is a blue-green, close liam, Kathleen Kodia, Kathleen Mr Ahrens added: "The parent

per 1,000 square feet of starving -growing type that covers the ground Collier, Ola Mae Greenrita. Jan. er legal guardian of an
grass. This means about 12V4 I rapidly and forms an excellent sod. 23, Lula Lane, Reuben Bullard; alien child under 14 years of

pounds of an 8-W analysis] fertilIzer Four year tests show that it's Jan. 24, Gilds Morrison, Maybelle I age mast fill oat the address

or as little ai 3 pounds of 33 superior in wed and disease re.Istance. : Norton, Daisy Pullen, Joe Floren- report form for such a child
per cent super strength ammonium tine. Jan. 25, Nicky Cismero. Jan. In order to comply with the
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nitrate. 28, Cecil Malay E. L. Holoubek law. I
Planting Chas. Maddox. Jan. 27, Sampson I He decalred: "We have tried to -
When in doubt about the strengthof I
Snow Mart Wilson. Jan 28, Nancy make it as convenient as possiblefor TL :! iL
the fertilizer small
apply] Methods of planting are sod, address _
Garza, Delia Bledsoe. non-citizens: to meet the -
amounts so you won't singe the sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the in UAJUJkBf'AtA uara Ualnous. (Miss Homecoming), Miss Mary. ,
with caustic To Jan. 29, Thelma Miller, Joseph report requirements; and THESE LOVELY COkDS O* ,
grass fertilizer. answer to an immediate ground Ellis, Wendell Batey. I view of serious penalties for willful DEMY occupied prominent positions the Home- Evans Miss bate M. BOM Miss Lola Henry >
burns be to
prevent after, sure It.sprinklethe cover. Grass plugs cover about one- Patients discharged: violation, all persons subject to coming festivities. Left. right they are Miss Miss Bettye M. Dixon (Miss Harlem Academy)
grass feeding Ample third the that the
equivalent
area
water and weather important Jan. 17, David Lee Fink, Hamp I the address report law are urgedto Mary Lewis. Miss Janet Brnmfleld Miss Barand Miss Melretta Moore.
warm are amount of sprigs will' cover.
I fulfill this obligation! before the -
Hathcock. Joe Benefield, John Ta-
in winter-
lawns greening up Sprigging is the economical tum, Mina Stephens, Joyce Patterson end of January" senior at Allen University; and is a CAD OF THANKS
weary according to Allen planting method. Sprig the slower Surprise Birthday
Mr. Ahrens advised: "It Is of the choir. He accompanied -
member
Wilson, turf specialist with the Vasllios Toulis Vera Maddox. We the members of the Church
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growing zoyslagrasses on to
.J Florida Agricultural Extension Inch centers. Other will Jan. 18, Fred Halney Phyllis easy for an alien to meet this PartyMr the group on their singing of God In Christ (Harlem) wish to

I I., Service. give full cover in one grasses season if set Green Carolyn Norman, A. J. Pat- requirement. lie Just goes to Roy Bobo was honored on tour express our sincere thanks and

Some Folks like to crew-cut their on 8 to 12 inch centers. terson; Jan. 19, Martha Whidden, the nearest Immigration and his birthday with a surprise party Mrs. Ruby Brown Miami Fla., deep appreciation to our many

\ lawn by shaving off the dead debris Plenty of water and monthly Elizabeth McCormick, Margaret Naturalisation Service office very quietly and secretly: arrangedby was the house guest of Mr. and friends and neighboring churchesfor
of the big freeze. But, remember application of 3 pounds of ammonium Crawford Tammy Doane; Jan. 19 or post office fills out the address his wife and a few friends. Mrs. Nathaniel Black and children their kindness and liberal support

that scalping for the Indians nitrate per 1,000 square feet of Elizabeth Dyal, Clyde Stephens, report form and returnsIt Guests arrived at 7:30: p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 27. Mrs. Brown atone in making our pastor's sixth

> or the professionals, so, scalp lawn will urge the grass to spreadat Jimmy Lycave, Roy Bowen, Gabriel to the clerk. Any. _III- were seated in the dining room time In the past resided in anniversary a success. We thank
\ with reservation or you might re top ..peed.L Tommle Tempe Hogan, Chas sen who Is W may send a and waited patiently until he ar- Clewiston. She is the mother of the Almighty God for his wonderful
Burke, Shiela Campbell; _Jan.__21, friend er relative to obtain the rived. When he entered the front Mrs. Black. spirit that was with us throughout -
Martha Jumper; Jan. 23, wm. card for him and return It to door all he could hear was "Happy I The many friends of Mrs. Cora the meeting. We extend special -
Owens, Geo. Phillips Mary Ray, the clerk after It has been com hear of her .
The to
Birthday to You. expression Anderson are sorry thanks to Elder Mays of Okee-
; Brenda Woolsey Emma Kelly, pleted by the alien on his face will long be re illness and to know that she is con- chobee and Lake Placid, Fla., and
: WAITRESSES WANTED Theron Herring, Margie Stephens, The immigration official said approximately membered. The dining table was' fined to Hendry General. "Get Elder Black of Avon Park and Se-

Martha Whidden; Jan. 23, Lydia ] 73,000 aliens In the decorated with a beautiful birthday Well Wishes" are sent her way bring, Fla. We wish God's richest

Walker, Blanche Davidson, An. state of Florida already have filled cake goodies and gifts. The guests for an early recovery. blessings upon each and an of you.
tonio Jones, Chas. Spears, Roy Williams out address reports. He estimatedthat and Johnnie Mae Williams is
The busy tourist is here and need enjoyed soft music conversa Mrs. Respectfully! >\
season we 203,000 such reports will be
Maude Starling, Dr. Nor
tion. The menu consisted of turkey reported much improved. At pres- Elder W. D. Lee, pastor
additional man Seism. Nlckey Cisnero; Jan submitted before January 31st. with all the trimmings potato salad -, ent she is confined to Hendry Gen Bro. G. W. Dudley, reporter
waitresses. Excellent tips. Group 24. James Long, Pete Rodriguez, punch and cake. Including the

Alex Wiggins, Elizabeth McCormick hostess Mrs. Roy Bobo, presentwere eral.Mrs.. Anna Lou dark is also confined
t iJ insurance plan includes hospitalization & Tammy Doane. 'Ob YoU.KNOW ? Mr and Mrs. Ernest McCray, to Hendry General. It was Special NoticeAll

Jan. 25. Solon Mills Marybelle Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Black Mr. reported that she was feeling much Band Parents are asked to

: life insurance. Norton Daisy Pullen, Fannie Stan- and Mrs. Jehovah Moody, Mr. 1 better. be present Monday night, Feb. 4,
I ford, J. B. Stanford, Mary Crawford lO.eoo.OOO TOURISTS IM I960.CAMRTO THIS' Willie Young Mrs. Mattie Hilton Misses Lula Mae and Annie Mae 1963, at the school. Business of vital

; Jan. 28, Reuben Balland MORE FLORIDA TURN TWO TIMES and Mrs. J. S. Gajadha. The guests Sales accompanied by little MI- importance.Mrs..

!: : Apply in person or phone YU 2.9322 Anne Albritton, Kathleen Collier, IS THE POPULATION a: OUR departed wishing the honoree chael and Annette Sates and William J. S. Gajadaa,

j Martha Jumper.Jan. STATE I OUR VISITORS many, many more happy birth Jones all of Plant City, Fla, President.
27. Joe Florentine Raul ADDED '.e OOO.OOO days. were the weekend guests of Mrs.
Trujillo, Joe Prevatt ;Jna92., TO THE: ECONOMY OF Julia Sales in Clewlston. The ladles

i,1 I Old South Us Morris Marty Wilson. FLORIDA. A Special are the sisters of our local beau- Willie's

AnnouncementOur tician. Shoe Shine StandGive
VFW Post Tops I
parent visitation for the Hendry General Hospital Notes your shoes that shine

Member Record third six weeks will be held Feb. smile
Patients remaining: Witcliffe Alabama Street, HarlemMr.
1, 1963 from 1:30: p.m. until 3 pm
.
BarRanch Willie
L. ,
Porter, Fred Grant OWe Mae Young ProprietorHilton's
When James Mathews Joined the and again that night from I p.m.
Grannele, Eula Mae James, Paul-
Gordon Post 4183 a
Hawkins Kirk until 9 p.m.
I of the Veterans of Foreign Wars We ,the faculty of Harlem Acad- ine Crenshaw, Cora Anderson, Hu-

in Clewiston last week, be becamethe emy School appreciate the parentsfor bert Witter, Israel Richards, Winston I Grocery

82nd active member of the post piping up their children's Watson George Smith, Wil-
liam Owen Wilbert Mortimer, Ed- Groceries Fresh Meats
cards each six weeks. We hope this ,
ward Nelson. Webley Lee Annie ( VegetablesCold
; will continue throughout this school ,
\ Richardson Bernice Williams, Har- Drinks Essential Item
GREET year. old Hall Hubert Crooks. Edward (We Appreciate Your Patronage

7ilGM P. T. A. NOTES Blake, Tommie Pugh Geo. Dennis Mr., and Mrs. ThnrstMi HlUtProprietors

FRANKsGrocery The regular meeting of the PTA Walter R. Graham. Neville I )

IeoErneea was held Monday night Jan. 28, Reid Rupert Hamilton, Joseph Ellen
I Wf1tIJP 1963, at the school. After a devotion John J. Smith and Lanford

1- conducted by Rev. L. Holmes, Hamilton.
FLMMM TOURISM the home making dept. presented a Patients Admitted: Mamie's
TURIN* COMMITII \_
very unique fashion show that Jan. -Elisha Shaw Gladstone Style CenterNew
)r HOME OWNED AND OPERATED 9 brought repeated applause from Smith, Derrick Brown.

all present Another outstanding Jan. 17-Louis Coleman Viola Stock of Girl's Dresses

feature was the kick-off for the Corbett Conolus Scott,, Maud Dar- Shorts and Slim Jima
Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401 1altnla Apron Drive. den, Annie Richardson.Jan. 242 Alabama Street

i'iZl OI This affair will climax Sunday, 18 Lloyd Hayes Alvin
Feb. 17, 1963, with a program at Bailey and Keith Clark. Mrs Mamie McDaniel
Howard Spinets the gymnatorium. Please work Jan. 19-Mary Johnson. Proprietor

WILSONS Mirror "Studios" with your apron and help us reach Jan 20-Cora Lee Anderson, Harold

our goal $500)( Black Clinton White Beatrice
$325.00 Clinton. Harlem Garage
CHCKCH NEWS Jan. 21-Israel Richmond Jr.
BAKERITE 3 Ibs.63 New Bethel AME Church, Rev. Jan. 22-Lee Richards Ceo. now open for

LAKE L. Holmes, pastor. Glass Arnett Smffler Jimmie businessElbert
,b. W!' -, Sunday school, 9:30 a m., Mr. H Wagner. I'

1'tl APPLIANCE L. McKlre, supt Jan -Hamilton Lanford Neville Allen, Jr.

GA. NO. 2% CANS NO. 303 CAN Ph. YU 2-7131 Morning worship begins 10:55 Reed. Phone YU 2-6248


Peaches u _ $ f fo.89f{. Tomatoes _ 3 for 390 a.m.Evening worship, 1 p.m. Jan.Jan. 24 25--Eloise Lee Cox.Webley Hubert
i Class meeting, Tuesday night WhIttier, Rupert Hamilton
Rehearsals for choirs, Wednesday Jan. 2ft-Bernice Julia's Nook
'! ,EVI NTH SESC>M, Williams Walter Beauty
STOCKTON and Thursday nights. Graham.
:
PLANTATION Jan. 27-Eula Mae James, Winston EXCLUSIVE l HAIR STYLES

Catsup 2 for Meal 4-lb. 350 at LAKE WALES KITES Watson, Edw. Blake Edw. Personal Care-To Tour Hair
:- _._ __ 330 __ _ bag the Mr and Mrs. James of Corbett are Nelson Fred Grant, Wycliffe Pot Mrs. Julia Mae Sales
proud parents a baby girl, ter. Hubert Crooks.
FEB born in Hendry General Hospital Proprietor

NABISCO WEBBS on January 17, weighing 6 pounds, Jan.Patients IJ-Vlncent Discharged:


Ritz -.-._ ____ 8-oz. pk. 250 Rice _ _ 3-lb. bag 490 ffffLj! i 1 Mr.ounce.and Mrs. Ernest Cox announce Wllley Jan., 17 Thomas-David Delaney Steadman Headley.,>Dudley Joe

\ the arrival of a son Kenneth Elite Cafe and
Langley Mary Brew.ter.LouIae
--- Ernest, in Hendry General Washington.Jan. .

r BRAVO CAN KINO COLE Hospital on January 25, weighing 19 Eddie
Butler
Core Beef Can 10 Passion Pla ifTH five pounds, 15 ounces. Johnson J. J?> Smith Tommy Mary GroceryHome

_. - 390 White Potatoes % < > JOSEF MEIE'Roi Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Moselyare Pugh.
the proud parents of a son
Jan. 2ft-Viola Corbett, Vernon Cooked MealsGROCERIES
John Charlie born January 28 in
Pugh, Chris Johnson
.
FRESH VINE RIPENED" '* Hendry General Hospital, weighing Hinds Evans CleophIa S
Christopher Ben
7 pounds, 4 ounces.Personal .
Home Grown 2-lbs.290 Graham Tempi Graham Conolus

Tomatoes __ ___ _ __ _ _ Mention Scott. FRESH' : MEATS
. Jan. 21-Israel Richards Emma
( Mrs. Emma Dixon, former presi- Kelsey, Geo. Prime. Miller Arnett, .
'; BOSTON PORK FRESH GROUND dent of the Harlem Academy PTA Jimmie Lee Argrett Harold Blake SCHOOL SUPPLIESESSENTIAL
.1 has completed the course'required I Clinton White. : ITEMS

: .a: Butts _ _ Lb. 39% Hamburger 3-lbs. $1.29 150 Pers.. at the Sunlight Beauty School, MIami Jan. 23-Johnnie Mae dark Les
: Jt' .. Fla. She will take the state lie Boule). Elisha Shaw Victor Tobias Clewiston News
board examination in March at the Derrick Brown. Quisle Pritch-

(t PORK SHOULDER FIRST CUTS North Western University of Miami ett, Georgeann Cofleld, Alvin


k Steaks __ _ Lb. 49% Pork Chops _ __ Lb. 390 7 YS 3O 4 rSUMD Fla.The Allen University Choir of Bailey Jan. Annett 24-Susle Miller Beckton A. A. Cold Drinks
: N.C. was presented In concert at
Hopps Jimmie Lee Wagner Car Mop By and Be Refreshed
the Belle Glade High School auditorium ence Dixon, Louis Coleman Lettie

j SHALL STEWING 1 :ROUND Tuesday night Jan. 29, Reid Lloyd Harp Lorena Daniel .
1963. A very atttentive audience enJoyed J.n.27. Eloise Cox Lena Williams

Hens _ _ __ Lb. 3S* Steak __ _ __ Lb. 89% this wonderful group. of sing. Keith Clark. For Information
era. Jan.
25-Geo. Smith
Marie Moa-
,Tommie Smith, the son of Mr. ley,, Johnle Williams, Maud Dar- Call. YUkon 2-7651
Earskine Smith, dewlston,, is a den. Gladstone Smith. -- .. ---



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'. January 3), t963 Clewlston, nortda THE CLEWISTON NEWS!: Pare Seven



IICLASSIFIED --- I II PUBLIC NOTICE i Beverage Agents Enjoy Smashing YearIn On Veltre Frank Institute Veltre.Reports bulletin editor for



-- '- -- NOTICB O* MTB1TIO TO AI>I.I.TUH Eliminating 605 Moonshine Stills Clewiston Rotary Club, reported on
Peerless rAHKAOH OK *PRC; ;lAt, OH the Rotary District Institute which -the
ft
PHONE YUkon 3.1201 FOR SALE lvx 8
I LOCAL LIOOI.I.ATlovNOTICE attended in Miami January 19,
CLASSIi'IED RATES: Four cent per word per Insertion. 70 cent* Trailer 2 bedroom, 1961 model IS HEREBY O1VUN!: that : Florida Beverage agent were tog the largest number of stills
minimum charge; four insertions for the price of three. White. Can be seen at Pacific at the B...lon of the Legislators of I busy wielding fire axes last year, ever destroyed in any one-month as club representative.
Florida convening In April l18a. application Emphasis of the Institute was on
Trailer Park. A. H. Cruz. JanSlc' will b* mad for the paa- ,balking up a total of 60S moonshine *I period. Ninety separate operations Rotary fundamentals, and talks by

I IH FOR SALE Rollaway Bed with sage th. ubtanc of special of or which local will IcRlilatlon be asfollower stills that will no longer yield were destroyed during this period various officers explained how to

f'emale' thick Innerspring mattress $20. : Weal whiskey, according to Ex- and 118 arrests made for moonshine use the Rotary magazine and the

H tp Wanted I miscellaneous( for Sale W. F. Nail 432 W. Sagamore. Ph. the AN Count ACT relating Commlaalonvri to the power of Hpn.of 1 leverage Director Thomas E. Lee, alone. In addition the Department weekly bulletins to strengthen the

-6131.. FebUc I dry County, Florida, and authorli- Jr continued its normal operations clubs. Other phases of Rotary aims

FOR SALE Trained Registered, Ing themo oxcmd make $1,00000 non-bid pur- The report covering the period against other violators, and organization were discussed

WANTED FEMALE-Sales Pointers. $13 East El Paso. Ph. Chases BOARD not to OF COUNTY COMM 1.1.HIONKR8 'of January 1 to December 31 also the Beverage Director said. also. '

HELP Advertising for established ot/n runt i ALi&" 16 ft. hardtop YU 23421. Paul Schweln. lip OF" HENDRY COUNTY reveals that 2,738 persons were arrested Sheriffs Departments! and city President Carlos Dickey announced -

I Lady. Permanent. No expedience convertible cruiser. Evinrude ,/FLORIDABy ./ CAMPBELL K. lULL as a result of various bev- and federal authorities participatedIn that the club will hold Its.an- (;

local firm. We train you. electric motor. Complete with bunk Business Opportunity CAMPBELL Ii:. NALL,, Chairman rage law violations. I .many of the Beverage Depart nual meeting and election of officers -

necessary.commission. Potential cushions, running lights, electric CN- ltIt. Destroyed along with the I ment's activities. on March 20.
OimrANDINO OPPORTUNITY Jan 1111NOTICS
plus
[$125 Salary week. Phone YU horn, compass, speedometer windows to lease major oil Co. service sta- tills were 305.1S8 rations ef I
312'l0.Feb28c
window screens, canvas la Hereby Given that thound.r.larn.d. fermenting, mash and 1J.SS8
lon with and room.
cover completely encloses for sleep garage display desiring to engage In
gallons ef Illegal whiskey.Seised .
I woman to live In Good location on Highway! 27 in buiine under the flctltloui nAme
ANTEJ-SetUfd Heavy trailer.
duty Ideal for
children fcwiston. We will train a qualifiedman of HARK TRADING COMPANY by the agents were RICHARD M. CONE
in home and care for fishing skiing and camping. Phone NOT INC, at Haiti and Ban Bcnlto8trt 326 automobiles used in the
M238. Jan31c YU 2-7791. Jan31c and pay while training. Telephone *. CUwliton I Florida: Intend ,
yU WYman 6-2033, Belle Glade, to register the said name with the Illegal operations, These, ears
INTERVIEWER WANTED FOR Fla. JanSlp Clerk of the Circuit Court of Han- were tamed ever the MUtt GENERAL CONTRACTORNEW
.
PART TIME telephone survey dry County Florida.LcRoy In
MareCarlos authorities In the areas
16 SPORTCRAFT boat, 40 h.p.
Give phone number.
in January. R. Dickey which they were seized
I a private line. Not a sell- Evinrude motor and boat trailer. Attorney for Re latrant HOME CONSTRUCTION
Prefer
ling job. Air mall letter including Call YU 2-4071. tic Business Services CN-Sn CUwlaton. Florida Court action was heavy during

work experience and Jan. 11. Feb. T. 14, it. 1M1 the year with 2,394 persons takento
I education
I of references to American FOR SALE Parrakeets, $2.00up. various courts. Of this number Remodeling Day or Night

names Field Staff De- Mynah birds, African lovebirds LOCAL NOTICR TO IIIDDKR ,956 violators were convicted, 306
(Research Bureau for the conitruo Additions Phon. YU 8-7381
partment, Beltsville: Maryland. monkey, cages, supplies. r: GUARANTEE you learn to play tlon Scaled of proposal the 1181 Addition to Hn- persons were acquitted and 532
Jan27c Pet boarding Thompson' Wild the organ In 30 days or your dry County School, Hendry County, cases: were nol pressed by the different -

Animal Farm. Phone YUkon money refunded. Your choice of Hrndry Florida, County will b Board* received of Publlo by the Inlatructlon courts. Fines Imposed by the

21236. tfc Hammond Organ and lessons In LaBU, Florida, on or judge total $113.670 the Director
Clewlston for 30 days only $23.: before I:00 p.m., B,8.T.. February reported.

FOR RE'NT: : FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, Bill Doane. Phone 2-5591. tfc 11 hey, 111 will at b*which publicly time opened and place and Last month marking the De r

printed<< with form for social PHOTOS r..d.l'upl.. triment's "Operation Shine REPEATIf
CHERISHED taken at *. of the Propoaal. Contract "
security, withholding and other Down ended with agents claim-
your convenience. Weddings, document, prawtnK and Specification
deductions. Box of COO. Clewla
may b* obtained by rllglbl
[FOR RENT Trw.ers and Trailer ton News Office. Banquets, commercial, home portrait U.neral Contractor from JAMES
Royal Palm Trailer *. For appointment call YU- M. HARTL.ET.: ARCHITECT 11IU9 Youth Board Plans
spaces ALL MAKES 21" USED CAPITOL PHOTO Harrlion 8t, Hollywood, Florida or have notion to build home in
[park. Phone YU 2.2603 tic TV SETS: 'con 3-2461. the office of the Hupcnntendint: of Fair Float BoothThe you any a

Guaranteed. $1903 down, $$1404 STYLE SHOP. tfc I(Public: !! Instruction! Courthouse.,,Larequired ,
d.. I t f I s
per month. LAKE APPLANCE.Ph. Belle Flor/ace A .v. o .uv.vv
[FOR KENT 2 and I room RENT OUR GLAMORENE RUG for each first let of Drawnv Clewiston Youth Board decided
.? YU 2-7151.: tfc and 8pclflcatlon laiued .1 to enter a float in the Hen- the !
furnished apartment. hone SHAMPOO MACHINE. Doe a each General Contractor Additional next few years-tie up your loti NOW a':
I 2-iri.: tfc NEW!: CABLE SPINET PIANO. good Job. Town Paint & Hardware. sets may b* obtained by paying; dry County Fair parade February
Was $695. Now $595. Terms. Feb6cW. i reproduction' coat, which coat will 25th and to prepare a booth in
| FOR RENT-Large modern bedroom Holdrldge Music Center, Gewlston) not be returned The full amount all of the exhibit building The board '

with utilities furnished. Phone YU 2-4781. Febl4c G. PERRY. Tax Consultant the Ulddera depot provided will be.11 refunded document.to are would like to thank Town Paint
I Privileges of kitchen, 'phone and Complete Income Tax Service .. returned to the Architect In good and Hardware, Giddens Furnitureand 25% down-the rest is easy.
TV Phone 2-6191 evenings. tfc LIFT YOUR LIVING ROOM out of Phone YU 27841. condition within 10 day after the
Royals for sponsoring the
Hid Opening Hub-contractor may
the ordinary with a Laurln table 4/15C
obtain document by payln reproduction fair booth.
I FOR RENT-- Bedroom: with pilv
lamp. $12.95 at Glddena Furniture coat which coat will not I
ate bath. Phone 26881. W. E. Store. Uc be refunded. Document may be At the meeting of the board Wed- ..:s
Bailey UcI ATTENTIONProspective examined free of chart at the Ar nesday evening, it was decided to

ALA run SALE-One 24x21 Sink with ehttect'e Each propoaal office.must b* accompanied help in the local observance of Na J. E. Real Estate
I TENEMOS CUARTOS PARA Rim and fittings One Kelvinator home buyers (or by a Certified Check Caahler. tlonal Recreation Month in June. Beardsley
QUILA. Telefono 26881. W E. Refrigerator good. Call YU commercial). I am seeking employment Check or Did Bond executed by the The board will the ,
Bailey 315 Este El Paso, Clewls 27230Uc can save you many $$$ Bidder and Surety Company IIc.nnd investigate pos
to do business In Florida, In a sum slbllity of sending a group to appear
ton tfc FOR SALE-Nice platform rockers can handle planning, loan procedures : :Jno: five (tlt.rPI.i.PTeOfn. the on the "Let's Dance" programover Rg. Real Estate Broker
t construction. of the
2 twin headboards, 2 double and complete la required a* a guarantee that, I Ith If i TV from West Palm Beach .
headboards, wardrobe cablntes Write George Kendall, Box 785, accepted a Contract will ,,
HELP WANTED Bid I. again. 206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
Fla. JanSlp entered Into and the performanceof
Clewlston bo
medium size, 2 straight chairs ]1 It properly aecured. The .ucce*.- We were glad to have Greg
MALE FEMALEWATKINS chest of drawers 6 small rugs La. ful bidder will b* required to ex* Rlcketson, Michael Roberts and I I'f

or Byer's MoteL YU 2-2891. FebZlc RENT A PIANO! Lout.gnu Including a l"erformanc all labor* Bond and, coverln material I II Mr. Baker at our meeting. Sandi
'
ROUTE In this area is FOR SALE-Kelvlnator refrigerator 1 *. The performance liond shall McConville is to ba Mr. Baker's

open for semi-retired man or 6 years old. Automatic de (ONLY $8 MONTH) I b hundred* written per In cent the(100 amount 0/0) of of one the guest at the Lions Club meetingon

lady. Many semi-retired people are frost. 85-lb. freezer. $50. Phone YU I All rent applies to purchase I Contract ITIe March 14th. I
earning $50 to $100 per week depending 2-7931. itp Private Lessons Free Music Proposal forma mint b* properly. Youth Board Reporter Real Estate
I filled out and muni not be detached
on time devoted to the FOR SALE-Sewing machine, cabinet Your choice of any WurlitzerIloldrldie from the Specification No qualify-
Rent Leases Sales
i Muslo Center atatemenn will bi Exchanges
business. Maybe you can qualify. model. White. Mahogany Seldom Inc letter or
For personal Interview )In your used. All attachments and' Francisco at Okeechobee con.ld..red.NO BIl>1ICR MAY WITHDRAW A Truck Stop Gets Auctions Appraisals

area write J. M. McGarlty Willis- bench $60. Call YU 2-3421 tfc YU 24781Clewlston BID -submitted I fora o.if.thirtya0) I the New AdditionThe f
.
dote
Febl4c ( day after the
ton. Fla,. JanSlc I 2-3421. tfcDIRECTORY opening of such lIl" HOUSES FOR SALE
Tim OWNBH RESERVES!: THE Pureoll Truck Stop station
a.asaa.e.aaa.a..aaa.aaaa. /
laaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaaa..al BLUM & SONS PLASTERINGVery RIGHT to reject any and/or all Hide which has not been Two bedroom and den. C.B.S. Practically new with many ex-
Best Work end to waive Informant! therein, operated since tras. Enclosed ear porte, utility room. Lure lot. 1500.

iBUSINESS! I i Pasterlng We, Simulated Save You Stone Money JIB.Board Hpratt of Public, Chairman Instruction its ago construction is receiving more a new than addition a year down.Three bedroom Balance frame like rent.house, LaBelle, furnished en City water;. t

I Estimate I Hendry County, Florida W T. Lewis, Lake Placid contractor .
Stucco Free
.ATTEST: who built the original ICBEAGE FOR SALE
Licensed and Insured J. Homer RubleNup.rtnt.ndent
"
is
i station adding a .lubradome"which
.. 25 Years In Business and HeiretaryI 90 acres, Impreved pasture. 3 miles from Clewlston. : 4

SEE US FORBOITLED WALDRON'SMEATS 3850 Lora Street Fort Myers, Fla tfc Hendry the iiimrd County of, Flu.jin7 Public. Instruction which is will 43 enable by 64 feet-a the operators facility from 10 acres Clewlston.and 3 bedroom home $3000. handles. 3J/ miles

GAS 31 l, Feb T, 14, 1MINOTICB to lubricate several large trucksat 297 acres and new home. Mostly improved 15 miles free '1
AND GROCERIES SINGER SEWING MACHINE one time. Clewliton /j mile elf hard road. $300. per acre. /
AppliancesSalesService representative will be at Gld- OK HTKNTIOV
tOKPDHATIOH 3 sections In Hendry County 150. per acre.
7 AM. 8 P.M. dens Furniture Store each Friday. TO ItlSOOLtH Ida. In which county the home of.
Open under the
Notice I I. hereby given Collier County land. $65. High and dry.
flc* of the above listed corporation per acre AlsYi
For parts sales, service stop In provision of Section SOI ID, Florid ihown
are to be located sections at 100. per acre.
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK or call YU 2-6721. tic Statute, to each of the corporation IN WITNESS WHEREOF! I han
POWER GASCORPORATION Hated below the earns being Incorporated hereunto set my hand end 84* acre Ranch. All cleared. Two homes, show barn swim i r
under the law of Florida theSecretary caused the Great Seal of the pool silo much more. $300. per acre. New and modern I '
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics and according of. State to the each record and of every State of Florida, to b. affixed 10 acre off Ill-Way SO and S bedroom home ,
at Tallehassee, the Capital this
REAL ESTATE such corporation appear delinquentfor the 16th day of January A. J>. I
Four Mile East of Clewtaton three (J) year or more In the 3983. INCOME PROPERTY ,.
flllnir of report and payment of
CALL COLLECT taxe under the provision of 'Section TOM ADAMSSecretary But Trailer Park with 3 bedroom home. Showing excellent lucerne.Terms j l
Bare Beach ; I 0 ,I3. Florida I Statutes, and of '
South WY 6-B521 HEAL
(
Bay FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen that under the provision of ald

home 308 E. Sagamore, Clewls election ....... Florida been Statute cleaned Jan.l'N-114 II, 1145Glades Trailer Park on U.s. 27. 10 spaces all full, plus borne and
Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven, aid< corporation hare
ton.
dissolution and that extras Terms
a* subject WANTEDICustomers Attention CattlemenNow or YU 2-6301 Clewlston. JanSlc three (I) month after date of thus I lots on loyal Palm. 2500. for both.
publication each and every such Roofing Co.
REAL ESTATE corporation listed below that has I loU and new trailer. Terms. I
Is the time to coosolldstti, 3-BEDROOM. 2-bath frame North not In the meantime filed It* report All Types of Root and I
debts with Ung term fan I due and paid the taxes due
a.
NO your side. Excellent condition Kitchen under Section Sheet Metal Work FOR RENT.
loan low Interest rate, with completely furnished. Large lot; 40111. FlorfdsrStatutn, will be cr.
EXPERIENCENECESSARY titled to the Governor of shade and fruit trees. A real home. of Florida, who will Uu a Proclamation t
Federal Land BankSee FOR SALE-Norlhiide 126 feet, at that time dliiolvlng Repair Jobs

frontage. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, aid N.. ..corporation.Prleclpal. Piece ,f B..I_.. FRANK DENMEAD t
Jordan & Pridgen or Write CBS new immaculate, $20,000 Store Inc. CUwHton Phone 2.7111

CITIES SERVICE STATION W. B. MAY NGRTHSIDE :S J bedroom frame, Hur..nn. )fol..... Co.. Clewl.tonM.rtln' Day Or Evening Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
$10.000. Ino. Across from Fair Grounds
Box 686 Walcald BuUdlafBradenton. DepartmentHENDRY I P. O. Box t2ul
HENDBY COUNTY Florida NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom, frame, 1 I. furth.r directed COUNTYIt that a copy CLEWISTON. FLA. YUkon 2.3421 & YU 3-1361 Clewiston

Title & Abstract Co. 9000. of this notice he published. one time. l
1 Bedroom CBS duplex, $0,650. In the CLEWISTON NEWS, m ne.. .I I
Title Abstract*-Title Insurance 2 Bedroom CBS, 12500. paper published In Clewlaton, Flor. .It

Public Stenographer :3 Bedroom frame, $7,500.Acreage .If
Photocopying Aro EVINRUDESales as available. I f

Bridge St. and COUNTRY HOME. 10 acres. S bed-
UBelte, Fla. P. O. Box 646 '
ORaD,. -8261 and ServiceNew room furnished.CBS constructed.TV. Freezer.Completely Cattle.- Complete Line Of

Fenced. S miles out. Paved state
Used Motors
and
FOR HOME: DELIVERY road. All conveniences. Ideal site

Palm Beach Post Marine Uazdwarerate 325 FHA HOMES in Palm Beach, Building MaterialFOR
sad Accessories Broward and Dade counties; Y ero
,
and Times Marine Safety Equipment various sizes and prices. Small .R r

-o.a- Phone YUkon S-6211 cash payment

SILL JIMMnE: DAVIS FOR RENT- .
R.E.WALDRONTampa Efficiencies and houses U
YU
3-2621 .

Overs available.1,000 vacant lots) to select LARGE OR SMALL ,

For prompt Efficient Tribune from for all purpose. Various N ,;, ': '

CorhnsIIAMIBAID and "prlce&InVlltment CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO
0r" : and Income property. w- kc.

east of, Atlantic and Ft. Myers LONG TERM low Interest, farm r: CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL
Royal Palm .
cane grove and ranch mortgages

Call Bobby Giddens New Home Delivery Press LISTINGS, minimum NEEDEDJ. $50,000. DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY -

TT7S-1M1 W. O. CAMPBELL M. LANKFORD ,
Phone 227111HATHCOCK'S 030 East Sugarland Highway Y AND EFFICIENTLY. i

Fire. Auto and General
Insurance 1

Clewiston Fla Phone 2-2161 .


ai TAXI AND AUTO SERVICE DEMAND GHJCATER THAN

STATION PHONE J-1S41 EVER for houses, acreage, businesses.

We have customers wait )

ALL NIOHT SZRViaB in,. List your property with ui.J. .

We Never dose E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501.tfc Mix Inc.

el 1 People Read WANTEDWANTED Hare Lumber and Ready v ,.


TO RENT-Two or: three

SPOT ADS bedroom home, unfurnished. Call YUkon 2-4411 .... 'Haiti-- -St.- -Clewutonm .
Close in. if possible. Phone Oewls- -

THE CLEW1STOM NEWS You Are J I ton News. YU 1-1201. (..Jk



Thursday January ai),
Page Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston.: Florida__ __ .. 19113
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-- Sugarland
'J Space Age Ladies Of Lake Sugarland Ranch will show nine I MORE car
head of cattle at the Livestock
Bowling LeagueTeam
(Continued from page 1) the Florida State Fair in OUT
Show at
I co
Won Lost the week of February 1016. OF II
achievement a person can only Tampa .IfP:tai
experience and will never forget. Sport Shop ........................... 49 27 Ranch Superintendent Mike Millicevlc LIFE
The one bad feature is that it I Hare Lumber ...................... .43 29 said seven Brahman and
k never seems to last long enough. U.S. Sugar Corp .............. 42 30 two Charolols will be shown. MOVIE
P If you like high speed! and thrills, Glades Restaurant ............ 35 37 --
It's safer In the sky than on the Parkinson's .......................... 35 37 -
highway! Toggery Shop ...................... 33 43
When the jumper' altimeter Indicates Wilson umber ..................... 31 45
2.200 feet, he pulls the rip- Old South Barbecue .. 30 46 Funeral Home
cord, terminating the selfcontrolled High Individual Series
flight At this point he Is operating Vonell Berry ...........?....?..-.-. 453
hU parachute much like an Sally Townsend ......_.............-. 416
aircraft through the sky He has I Charlsie Wilson ..... ... .._....:.. 410 >
picked his target on the! ground Illch Individual Game
which Is usually an X or a cross Open McKlnly ...........,..?._.,......., 168
i A well experienced jumper will !. Vonell!' Berry.........................-... 159
consistently land within 10 feet of Sally Townsend '..................... ....... 159 ,
the target center. In competition Vera Weeks .......... ........... 145 -
II'\ ART SHOW VISITORS at Moore Haven exhibition the Moore Haven Woman's Club Music and Arts at this point it becomes quite close: n. dq
Included, left to right Charles Fuller Mrs. committee. In Hint background are Mrs. Martha and inch mean the difference the Parachute Club of America
may
I Frank Veltrl. Mr. Veltri, and Mrt. Fuller, all of Thompson and Miss Bertha Gram of Moore every of taking home the trophy (Box 409, Monterey, Calif.) U you
; Clewlston. Seen at registration desk are Mrs. Haven, and Miss Edwina Parkinson, of Washington or notThere's are among the thousands who have I
Frank Yaun and Mrs. I. 8. Click, members of D.O-STAFF PHOTO.fr ; really no reason why a wondered "How can I get In." The Pattison
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fun loving shouldn't come PCA office will be glad to give
person

I ; Th Bike Riders I out The ana first get sports in on parachute me ran. jump you remember more information this: Never, never Above trust all,

I II ( ;; : made at Air Glades Airport,, dew- your. life to an unqualified Instructor Clewiston Florida

talon was on January 29, 1957,
Win In Races
and on a few occasions thereafteruntil A typical jump course at a jump
: Ioo//edte! p October 1958. Then in November school might follow this one, as I -
presented by South Florida Parachute -
n_ 1, 1961, with the permieslon
At W.P.Beach of Mr. Heinley, South Florida Inc., at Clewiston or Miami.
Parachute Association moved from The first Jump! course in five
Clewiston bicycle riders came Broward County to a weekend drop hours launches you on your first I
Jump. This instruction
course includes all -
home with a new record a first zone at Air Glades. Five months
place and three second places In later another drop zone was offer- until you are licensed 0 I
and on your own, and all equipment
I the bicycles races at the South ed us in Broward County, so back
\ With a Valentine card in one t sI Florida Fair in West Palm Beach we went After nine months in The needed for your first jump.
I hand, and a box of chocolates ['* Saturday. Broward County, and realizing the cost for this course is $35.00 RESTAURANTIntroduces
Ii and
3.50 for each jump thereafer.
i in the other, how could he [ The Weatherald Youth Center' beautiful drop zone we left at Air
i Is the equipment expensive? No,
mina At Sugarland Phar-1 1k ofa Glades, we came back in Septem
the entries. Winner
you'll find both greet-f sponsored you can purchase a complete outfit
macy
her
1962. and
a p we truly hope we can
recordIn
log cards and delicious | first place setting a new make Clewiston for[ less than 150. Occasionally
the two ml' race was a relay our permanent
candy. you may purchase good used equipment
team composed of Bobby Hare, drop zone from now on. We hopeIn from $50 to 100.
Gary Redish, Edwin Cato and David a very short time, jumpers from There
are only 22 licensed Instructors
time for the all over the world will be visiting Its New
L Beardsley. Their Clewlston in the U.S. and South DelicacyAlaskan
two miles was 6:04,4.Another : and perhaps we may Florida has one of these Instruc
persuade the Parachute Club of
team composed of Cesar America to hold the National tors. There are ,two instructors
.I Martinez J. Carlthers. B. Redish available, with a total of 122 jumps
Championships here in the tu-
9 and Mark Clark placed second.A ture. near between them.

,: PHARMACY A team of Bruce Waldron. Greg All of us from South Florida King
i.( I Ricketson, Doug Angell and Dennis Parachute Association invite you to
i Phone YUkon J-SStl Chnrfatra. !1n. Gann placed second in the come on and get in on the tun, e a0' at y.ea.
.I senior boys 2-mlle relay. and if you wish just watch We LOCALBTOR@Practical

,., I Greg Ricketson won second are here every Saturday and Sun I Crab Claws
i i: place in the senior boys mile Individual day. If you care to give parachuting -
and Gary Redish econdIn a try, ask any of the jumperson NursingA
;: NEW STORE HOURS the intermediate boys one-mile the field and he will be more
indivIdual race, both in the balloon than glad to give you the details. Brief PreparatoryHome
ire division of the race. low can you learn parachuting? Study served with melted butterWEST
EFFECTIVE FEB. 6, 1963 The television cameras pickedup A. interest in the "Sport of the
the boys several times duringthe Space Age" has grown, local parachute Program
races, and they were seen on clubs and commercial Jump WRITE. SERVICES,
.' Our.Two Furniture Outlets will be open news programs that day. centers have grown to serve the P. O. Box 4864WASHINGTON SUGARLAND HWY. CLEWISTON FLA.

from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each weekday, except new these parachutist.operations is Information available from on I' 8. D.C. .

Schools GetDocument ..

We will CLOSE EVERY WEDNES.
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year,
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cept for the month of December. portfolios, each containing THE FORD IDEA: bulbar uj .bun in.*\

40 documents which relate to the

We will remain open each FRIDAY EVE I history: and meaning of freedom in build the out!

NING until; o'clock, for the benefit of customers I the United States were presented worry

to Hendry County schools: by the ,t Spend fifteen minutes at Ford Dealer's how much
who find this extra hour convenient. members of the Hawkina-Rirk-Gordon your -tee difference the right idea
Post 4185: Veterans of Foreign makes! These cars are more fun than cars have ever been before. The Super Torn1" / '''ar1ca'9llwllest.Ford ,

1' Wars !this past week. tj (foreground) has V-C'i up to 405 horsepower, a $10 million ride, rich: mc.: :o.;s f i _,.carefree carat I

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I of the display which made middleweight (cer.ter) Is quick, nimble, solid as a bank-and offers America's new. rORDHENDRY

.;'t Bond St. Clewis ton, Florida up the Freedom and Train reproduced of several in V-81 Don't miss Falcon (top)-now with a new dash of fun, Including the first, Fa:,,;:i :_.........._._,..
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New;. They were acquired by the been be/ore.They're tight, quiet,solid as they come-and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Yerr (
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