The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Return Postage Guaranteed Sec 345.3 PM-Sub.' $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. THURSDAY APRIL 4, 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 14 i

Funeral Services Barbecue and Dance Pleas Quick

Festivities Mark EndThe Guilty Bring

Held Monday for Harvest End Festival of U.S. ,I : ). I

Sugar Corporation was termed by

many who attended as the most xst End to Circuit Court Term ; '

Pioneer ResidentFuneral successful in nistory It marked a I

milestone In the pleasant events "

which employees stage each '
year The Spring Term of Circuit Court to not less than six- months nor ,,",,
to mark the ending of the
services were held Monday long I '
for Hendry County concluded more than 15 :
was years.
afternoon for Abner Washington -, grind of the harvest operations.
I in half a day Monday, when all defendants Jose Almarez plead guilty to a '
Waldron The 1963 was significant be-
89, of Bare Beach, year
plead few charge of breaking and enteringand
except a
who died Sunday morning. He was i cause It was the first harvest for t q
cases which were postponed or was sentenced to not less ,
a pioneer resident and had lived In the Bryant Sugar House. Not only I I
nolprossed. Circuit Judge John D. than six months, nor more than
the lake were the sugar people-employees
for 36
area years, coming I
I Justice presided.The two years, sentence to run con-
and officials alike, pleased with
here from Arcadia. He was a farmer :
trial of John Gross, a negro currently with similar charges In
by trade. the performance of the new mill, I
Week Filled With Activities Services were In the Paulson but the barbecue took on some of I charged with second degree murder Collier County.

Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. the aspects of,"Old Home Week." In a labor camp brawlin The case against Ray Crouch,
which two killed charged with breaking and entering
men were was
Joe V. Coleman pastor of the Many of the Bryant employees :
with the local all patient postponed and he was freed under was postponed.
Week began trays the hospital
FHA[ Church of God, officiating. Active were for years Clewiston residentsand
Clewiston Chapter of thi Future Wednesday was schoolday and Eugene greeting old friends added to $150 bond. Jimmy McDuffle. charged with
pallbearers were Billy Shipp -
America being the girls furnished Virgil Meeks plead guilty to breaking and entering, plead guilty
Homemakers of rep- flower for each Waldron, Lenard Westberry, the pleasure of the day. Larry
resented at the State ConventionIn classroom, for the teachers' lounge Fred Waldron Dwayne Waldron The Sugarland Band, which vol- Chapman charge of manslaughter through and was placed on probation for

Jacksonville, Florida. Members for the office and for the library.A and Fred Westberry, grandsons of unteered music for the occasion, negligence on one of two manslaughter 30 months.
Sally Accident Fatal charges and was sentenced Simon Vegas plead guilty to manslaughter
the trip
chosen for clean-up project was also sponsored the deceased. was warmly received in the concert
to a penal institution fora in a charge arising froma
of the local chapter
Schick president around the school. Grandsons who were honorary played during the meal. The
: term not less than six months labor camp brawl, and was sentenced -
Redish president-elect ,
Donna bearers Jim and Richard West- main floor of the sugar house was
; Thursday is are
family day Each and not to less than six months
and Jan more than 10 years. The ; not
of the local chapter girl Is responsible for berry, Bruce Waldron, Maurice transformed for the occasion with To Larry ChapmanDonald
district officer, who leading family second case was nolprossed. I nor more than 20 years
Brantley, a devotions In her Bartel Carl Turbeville and Maurice palmetto fronds, gay balloons and
to one of the guest Samuel Gales, a negro with two Isaac McCormlck, charged with
colored streamers. A delicious
served as a page bright ,
helped with the roll Firday is department day. On Shipp. Leroy (Larry) Chapman, charges of manslaughter against willingly forging an Instrument,
and meal of barbecued beef
his ,
speakers The themeof that day, the girls will "Iprlniclean" The deceased Is survived by former resident of Clewlston where him growing out of a traffic acci- plead guilty and was sentenced to
call at state convention was the home-ec department. wife, Mrs. Ada Waldron of Bare I pork, brunswlck stew and other he was connected with Radio Sta- dent south of LaBelle, plead guilty five weeks in jail, with credit for
the three day Beach; seven sons, Clarence Wald dishes was served buffet style. tion WSUG, was killed In traffic -
American Heritageand Fun and excitement is planned for a on one charge and was sentenced time already'spent in Jail.
fostering the ron, Nocatee Morris, Robert, There were 2,500 pounds of beef
the evening, for the chapter will ; accident Friday evening near -- ----- Andrews Wortham, charged with
several Inspiring programs (Dub) and 2,500 pounds of pork preparedfor
George and Wesley
sponsor a Sadie Hawkins Day party Gainesville. He was enroute to St. being accessory before the fact
were presented. The Clewlston of the at the Canebrake Patio for FHA Waldron of Clewiston, and Fred the barbecue. More than 3.100 Petersburg to spend the weekend FIRST CROP FOR In the forgery case of Isaac Mc-:
chosen ai one
chapter was and Waldron of Bare Beach persons attended.
members and their dates. An added Ray with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cormick, was sentenced to one
honor roll chapters In the state, two daughters. Mrs. W. A. Shipp, All festivities of the day were
Joseph L. Feeney. at hard labor in corrective
feature al a
who of the party will be year
in award given to chapters Floral City, and Mrs. L. C. West- centered at the Clewlston SugarHouse BRYANT MILL
TWIRP (the woman Is required Officers investigating the accident institution
throughout held
outstanding barbecue
have been Clewlston two brothers, where were
berry, ;
) Buford Hamilton and Tommy
to ). reported that a tire on the
pay in the floor Record of first harvest of the
Alva simultaneously (
the year. Jesse Waldron, Ruskin and sugar
car blew out, It out of Riggs plead guilty to grand larceny ,
On Sunday the FHA girls went as Saturday Is hobo day. The girls Waldron, Okeechobee; four sisters, and the main floor of the boiler throwing Bryant Sugar House was announced :- Hamilton I

I group to the Methodist Churchwith plan to raise money for the chapter Mrs. Vida Daughtery and Mrs. room, for the white and colored control. The convertible overturned by President H. T. Vaughn, following charges. was sen-
six monthsnor
beneath it. tenced to not less than
pinning Chapman
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Vann, by washing cars or doing any Bertha Lanier, Sebrlng; Mrs. Mary employees the close of the harvest on than three and I I
born In more
chapter parents. other odd jobs around the community Mott Clewlston and Mrs. Delha President H. T. Vaughn and department Larry Chapman was March 27th. years !
Rochester New York Riggs was placed on probation for
on July 12,
Monday was "publicity: day," and Anyone wishing to have Daughtery, Okeechobee; 27 grandchildren heads presented emblems The mill ground for 148 crop
1933. He to Clewlston In 1959 three
Mayor Leon Bembry proclaimed his car washed or anyone needing' and 44 great grandchal- denoting terms of service came days, grinding 801,458 tons of cane, years

FH t Week. any odd jobs done, please call 2- dren. 15 years or longer. The colored employees and was employed by Station and produced 9165,146,400 poundsof :

Tuesday was community day. (211 between 8 and 10 o'clock on Interment was in Joshua Creek received their emblemsat WSUG, becoming manager before commercial ray sugar, and 4- I
the station closed in 1961. He was
The girls put a "get well" card on Saturday morning. Cemetery near Arcadia, with Pat- the barbecue and white employees assistant director at Station WDSRin 241,704 gallons of blackstrap molasses. USSC EMBLEMS

tison Funeral Home In charge of at the Festival Dance.Let's The yield was 10487 per
Lake City at the time of his cent. r

arrangements death. The sugar house lost a total of ARE PRESENTED '
Gold Coast Prexy "
Dan.e", He I I. survived by his mother and 294 hours, or 830 per cent con-
stepfather, Mr. and Mrs L,
Baseball Rec Joseph sidered a very fine record for the
r Lions Club Starts on Feeney of Seminole Beach, St. Pet- Service emblems were presented
first season of a new mill
Talks On A.A.U.To Program Saturday ersburg.In The Bryant Sugar House was employees of United State Sugar
Clewlston he memberof the Harvest Festival
was a Corporation at
50 folks built at a coat of $14 million dollars
have signed
Bulb Sale ( Nearly young the Lions Club and of the Com Ball Saturday evening. President -
Light for the Clewlston Recreation and is considered the finest sugar
Rotary ClubMurray munity Presbyterian Church, taking mill in the world.LaBelle H. T. Vaughn, assisted by
Department outing Saturday, according
an active part in choir and the department heads made the following
The Clewlston Lions Club Is conducting to Eugene Fuller, director other church activities.: awards:

Applebaum, president of a light bulb sale starting to- Tentative plans call for the bus Rev. and Mrs Henry H. Ford

the Gold Coast Association of the day and continuing through next to leave from Wetherald, Youth attended the funeral services which Bank "'"- Gold emblem with ruby, lap'phlr -
the Amateur Athletes Union, Center 1130 'for West Palm ; and two diamond ((35 years)
to at
week (April 4-13)) according were held in St. Petersburg at To 'Ope April23
G. H. Small
to rent gold
spoke at the Rotary Club's luncheon announcement by President John Beach, where they will attend a Seminole-Beach Memorial Chapel agent)
meeting Monday. Gene Fuller, Corbin. Every cent of the proceedswill baseball alma between the New Monday afternoon with Rev. Paul The Hendry County Bank at La- (25 emblem )with, N. G.ruby Archer and, sapphire electrician

Rotarian, and recreation director go to the sight conservation: York Yankees and the Braves at R. Aughlnbaugh officiating. Interment Belle will open for business on years
Clewlston House,
Sugar Perry
for Clewiston, introduced the speaker projects in Clewlston. 1:30.: Immediately after the game I was in Memorial Park Cemetery Tuesday April 23, according to E. Hall, Bryant commissary
The bulbs will be told In they will go to WPTV for an appearance St. Petersburg President Kenneth J. Curtis. manager
; Perl C. Spires, mechanic,
Fuller and Applebaum explainedthat 'lUndlpaki each containing; two on "Let' Dance. The i Open house for the general
Clewlston Sugar House; W. J. Rob-
Clewiston has been a member 60 watt, two 71 watt and four program on Channel is scheduled public to view the new banking conductor
ison railroad
of the Florida Association of A.A.U. Movie Comedy Is 100 watt bulbs for $2.00 per between 5 and 5:45: p.m. and local facilities will be held Sunday, April ;

which has Involved traveling longer pack. Every home need new resident are urged to watch. SUGAR HARVEST 21, from 2 to 8 p.m. Gold emblem with ruby ((20 I ,

distances to meet other clubs bulb from time to time and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Worth and Dally banking hours announcedby years), Martha Holt, payroll clerk; '

In competition than would be the CHS Class Benefit"Who's the Lion sale give everyone Gene Fuller will accompany the officials will be 9:30 a.m. to eastern,division; Cora Mae Weth- I

i case If Clewiston is admitted to ID opportunity to help a good group. 1962-63 RECORDThe 2 p.m.; 4:30: to 6.00: p.m. on Fri Ington, waitress, Clewlston Inn.; :

the Gold Coast Association. Clew- Got the Action" Is a causa and to lay In a supply day evenings Thomas J, Adams, mechanic rail I

iston is seeking the change. riotous movie, which will be shown of the bulb most often used Band AssociationTo two mill of U.S. Sugar Directors Include L J. Nobles road shops; J, P. Cochram, mechanic I

as a benefit for freshman class of Mayor Leon Bembry has lauded Corporation at ClewUton Jr., W B. Barron, Dennis Small, Western PMS; Wilton
The A.A.U. Is the oldest -
of organization In the Clewiston High School next Wed- the bulb sale and the club's ef- Meet Tuesday and Bryant, ground 1,887,735tone II S. Parkinson R. L. Yeomans, Haggles, mechanic:, Eastern PMS
amateur athletes
said nesday and Thursday, April 1011. forts in sight conservation work. Mrs Maurice Fletcher reminds of cane and produced Jr., W E. Dickson, vice presidentand Eldon Holoubek, water plant op
country, the Its
speaker. pur- Dean Martin and Lana Turner "There is a definite need for funds parents of the regular monthly cashier and President Curtis. erator; J. F. Klnsaul.! and ArnoldJ.
pose is to provide and 391,4(3,865 pound of commercial
Scrubbs mechanics Eastern
bedtime and It is heartening Personnel named by the vice
to establish star In the for this purpose band meeting to be held Tuesday,
standard regulations considered the funniest the Lions Club devoteso raw sugar and .888,3(18( president Include Mrs. Eileen PMS; James H. Snow, plantation I
(for athletic story which is to see April 9 In the band room.
events. I In years. Lana' wardrobe in much time and effort to provide Members are urged to attend the gallon of blacaitrap moUe Warren, secretary; Mrs Mary mechanic, Benbow; and James N..

Clewiston !Is particularly Inter cost $50,000 and endIng Catherine Peters, teller i Mrs. Dor- Whidden, plantation carpenter i
the film !Is said to these funds. 8 o'clock meeting, as many itemsof during the 1962-43 harvest -
ested In swimming meets, since it of bulbs be clerk and bookkeeper Gold emblem ((15 years), C. B.
to be worth the price of admissionto The $2.00 packets can business are to come before the last week. Is Hansen, proof
has some fine talent. Mr. Apple- the movie purchased from the Lions In their group : Leroy Wicks, custodian Herring, office; Freeman Hodges,

baum made special mention of This i is a movie the entire family house to house canvass or at InterCounty - Jr., office; Thos. B. Owens, office; i
Quits Mazzlna and predicted that will laugh long Telephone office. Katherine Simmons (clerk, Harlem 1

she will spread the name and fame will enjoy leave; you the theater at this commissary I ) ; I. L. Moody, i
of Clewlston after you switchman, railroad Thurman Mc.Kinley
over the nation wither vice and versa. ;
skill as a swimmer In the coming hilarious yarn of Key Club Seeks plantation mechanic; LewIs '

years. I Blount dragline operator; Eugene -

Applebaum urged Rotarians to Bartley, electrician, Clewlston J
support the local swim teams with Session OpensIn Talent For ShowThe Sugar House; Roy L. Cox, asit I

encouragement and financial: aid shift electrician, Clewliton SugarHouse ,
when needed. TallahasseeThe Key Club is planning to hold ; Kle Hathcock, boiler opera \

Attendance Chairman Carl 1 its second annual Talent Show on ator, Lewiston Sugar House and I I

Hornsby reported to President Florida Legislature, 170 in Monday night April 15, at 8:00 at James Walker, water treatment

Cartes Dickey and club members strong, opened its 1963 session heard the Sugarland Auditorium. plant operator, Clewlston.
and -
Tuesday Interested in participating
that Tallahassee Any person
the club had 100 cent attendance
per call for II
Governor Farris Bryant i Is urged to contact Tom I

ance of 99 last.04 per meeting cent and for March attend-, $125 million additional in new$125 taxes million now in, Moore, Cal Ballantlne or Jimmy SORRY IT'S SOLD i I

and and an Bible.
per cent for the three of factllti- Is Invited to
construction public
months of 1963.Weight bonds for The general
ties for higher education. attend. J. E. Beardtley In Pals ad- i I

Senator Elmer Friday of the 14th '.k vertbement In this base of the

Senatorial District, was on hand New advertise the fact that ,
Limit God '
for the opening. Hendry County representative Church of the lot which wa* advertised I

For C. E. Miner, recently the previous 'week has been ,

County RoadsThe discharged from the hospital has Revival OpensRev. SOLD! I

his arrival on doctor orders He also advertbe Ute fact I

ers of board of county commission- delayed, and will Join the session 1str. Joe Coleman, pastor of the that he has ether choice residential I..

Hendry County acted Monday Church of God this week announced :- and business Iou for I I
night .
to _
roads protect the secondary the beginning of revival cervices sale lie find the News column I I 'j
of the
of heavily county from damage In Tree at his church Sunday eve- a good Ktfdlum' to get his I ;tt ,

At loaded truck Snake nln,. Rev J. L. Coins of Ruskin, menace aeries, and I II a eon- ,
meeting, at which j
sbtent advertiser.
will be the
"Pwsentatives"" of rock companies, Man Shot In Foot Coins ha* served as a missionary 1

"I and hauling rocks in the Rev. to Bermuda and as state ""' I -, ...,. ,< y -

*COUnty??*sal were present,thethere was Deputy Sheriff Calvin Swindle a man superintendent for 17 years for the ACCEPTING DELIVERY OF THE PONTIAC County Hospital Authority and Mr. Ann Mao Mrs. Williams Heads 1 f

of damage discussion of war IW trying to figure bow of his Church of God In Iowa. Nevada, itatloi wage oed a* a rescue unit by the SherJon., hospital adutaUtrator: and right are '

The board to pavlni. could get shot in the bottom at a snake i' Illinois, West Virginia and Ohio. iff* Department I* Earl Dm, center sheriff. "Chock" W-1U! owner and Keith King, general Cancer Crusade

"blch adopted a. resolution, foot by a friend shooting The public is cordially Invitedto Left are Dan McCarthy chairman of the Hendry manager of "Chock" Wells Motor Company.

before will be held for ten days In a tree, at noon Wednesday took attend the service which will Mrs. Dolores William has been i
shooting agreed to the station
buy wagon
State presentation asking the The accidental held daily at 7:30: p.m named chairman of the Clewiston
Road Department to establlsh place in LaBelle yesterday morning I provided the Sheriff Department
load colored This Will Be'Ambulance'For area Cancer Crusade, which will
Omits Pennlngton would assume the management and
days of the presentation.on SR 18 within ten \ .and became Charles the first patient to Swimmers to Meet I maintenance. be conducted during the month of I

The board decided to delay ricH in the new hospital ambulance Again MondayAll Use Of LaBelle Area Bids were submitted a* follow: April.Mrs. Kate Peters. LaBelle. Is

presentation of the resolution to the Itatloned there. The em and prospective: Hendry County Motors (Ford) $4,* county chairman.
road Richard members
department* to allow the com- vehicle WI' driven by 60597; LaBrlle Motor Company Is
,envy Sheriff of the Clewlston Recrea- The American Cancer Society: 11
SJ{ 10 days in which they might Howard, liOn of Deputy members Department swimming team A station wagon equipped with the use, operation and (Ford), .2M.39j; Chuck Wells Motor the only volunteer national health I l

Problem at some solution to the Seth Howard Davis, who tion invited to attend the second: organizational -I oxygen resuscltor and,other emergency ance of the vehicle, u.in matnte"'l Co.. (Pontiac), $4.036.74; (Chev- agency engaged in a comprehensive

According to Eugene of md are meeting to be held and first-aid equipment ha rescue work as need rolet) $3.74656, and Oldsmobile program of cancer research

fired the pistol a group Monday, April 8 at 4 p.m. been purchased for us* In the western need for such a vehicle long $4.23985. The board accepted the education and service: t

City found a wereeshaking,ripe-It to of swimming conflicts Hendry County area. The station been recognized; an earlier effort bid of Chuck Wells for the Pontiac The April Crusade will have two
and Because
Manager 111 fruit tree 22 pistol this week, director Eugene Fuller wagon, though not an ambulance to keep an ambulance oa a volunteer -I wagon at $..038.,. and deliverywas objectives: to ralae funds for continuing

City the around 'whlle'he aot a compan- was unable to complete plans on In the strictest: sense of the basis failed because of maintenance mad Saturday. cancer research and to
.I Charles M. Pickle from hiI truck alove spot Monday. word fills the need for a vehicleof problem and cost. The station wagon will carry the spread,, Information about cancer,

1 wen *,patient In Hendry Gen- ment and shot towards a to Everyone 1 11 invited to take partin this type in the territory It The Hendry County Hospital Authority Insignia of the Sheriff Department Its danger signal and the fact I '
Hospital. .upposed
Iron an uffering acutely snakepea left this program which Is geared serve was found to be the only and will be kept at the county: that moat case of cancer can be

,,:: aBtlunatic condition. He bethe to5 remains Improve swimming techniques: The Hendry County Sheriff De- board with legal authority to make jail In LaBelle ready for emergency cured If detected and 'treated lathe t ,

"lie fda ltpofed 7.! '* much Improved foot was struck from the bottom of to all swimmers. partmert win be responsible- such a purchase and its members I : us* at any time. early stages.Mayor .

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Auxiliary tered Projects on February for the" 11. 'THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs, April 4, 1963 Page 3 also conducted a short quiz. reports of the secretaries, also urged that afl attend these studies.
helping the Children:year Include Mrs. W. T. Stitt showed a film circle chairmen. The Mary Martha I During the Impressive love offering II
Officers LIfe Home In Okeechobee, Real strip of the many Christian symbols circle had more in attendance according program presented by Mrs I
Re-elects Mrs. Dean Bullfsnt with with Mrs Hilburn Murphy as to their membership.Mrs. Shirley Casseaux, soft music was
chairman.The serving as r Easter Sunrise Service PlannedFor reader. Fred Slkes announced the rendered by Mrs. Etheleen Bar-
officers of the newly Instltut- Auxiliary volunteered to During the business session :Mrs. next study would be "Today's Children wick, after which time the meeting
rejected for an adFLOOIDA work at Hendry General Frank Zemonek presided and heard for Tomorrow's World." and was adjourned.
ed vrw their meetln, MondB1 when called. Fair GroundsThe
dlUonal; year at Mrs. Temple Lou Amphitheater at sssH
ht. The AwdUary was char- Rudd will serve ai chairman of

this Tentative activity. annual Easter Sunrise Serv- morning Rev. James F. Klmbrel,I Clewiston Church Directory
for were also made ice will be held at the Hendry pastor of the Assembly of God and
a "poppy" tale in the near future County Fair Grounds at 6 a.m. on president of the Ministerial Association
A14.! The Clewiston Ministerial will give the call to won
chalman. Mrs Pat Rudd and Mrs. Association directs this service 331 W. Osceola Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenue
Dora Lee Belcher are cochairmen: each year. I ship.Other local pastors that will participate South Clewlston Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor
G t1L I for a membership committee which 8:45: a.m.-Church School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Rev. H. H. Ford, pastor of the are Rev. Clark Dorman, Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor )
TON' Is making plans for a "fun night' Community Presbyterian Church I St. Martin's Episcopal Church; 11:00: a.m.-Morning service I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service)
GLEN for members and guests. will bring the message of Easter Rev. Joe Coleman, the Church of 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School C:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 8.00: p.m.-Training Union
FrL Sat, April 5-8 Officers.: elected to serve are: God; Rev. L. T. Fagan, First Bap. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service .
"Come Fly WithMe" Mrs. Mary Bryan, president; I hid Church: Rev. John Schemer, 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Union 7:30: p.m.-Evening Servic.Wedne.da Wednesday: ::1//;,
Mrs. Peggy Passmore. senior vice Mrs. Pitzen Heads Church of Christ (Christian), and 8:00 p.n _Worship Service ,: 7:00: p.m.-oUlcer. and Teachers -'
president; Mrs. Dean Bulifant JunIor I Rev. Richard Knight, First Methodist Tuesday: 7:15: p.m.-Choir PracticeST. Meeting ,
family will enjoy vice president; Mrs. Dora Lee Church. 8.00 p.m.-Brotherhood 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer ServIce I
''nil'This, whole Romantic Man Hunt Belcher, treasurer; Mrs. Estelle SW Coast DeaneryMrs. The local pastors urge the at- Wednesday: MARTIN'S CHURCH
Rudd, chaolaln 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer Practice
Also ; Mrs. Nell dawson tendance of all Clewlston residents (Episcopal) : p.m.-.c
Country"WITH guard; Mrs. Temple Judd, G. N. Pitzen, a memberand In this early morning observanceof Thursday: 207 N. Paclflo
"Far trustee ((1 8.00: p.m.-cholr Practice
:year ; Mrs. Lucille Al. past president of St. Mar- Easter. The Rev. dark H. Dorman Vicar NORTHSIDE 0HSS10NARYBAPTIST
JAMES STEWART len, trustee ((2 ), and Miss CHURCH
years garet's Altar Society, was elected The outdoor stage and bleacher Sunday Services:
Gervls Hathcock trustee ((3 years) president of the Southwest Coast seats will be used for the services 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 304 N. Francisco Street
Tues.AprI17"89 and Mrs. Mary Bass, conductress. I Deanery, Miami Diocesan Council and those who attend will find the CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor
Mon. -
Sun. Mrs. Pauline Whidden, secretary: accommodations comfortable. School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
of Catholic Women, at the annual 301 South Central Avenue Church
Mrs. Rose Doane, Mrs. Evelyn spring meeting held in Scoring Saints and Holy Days as an 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
"TarasBulba" Johnson, Mrs. Frances Suggs, Mrs nounced. 6.30: p.m.-BTC
Arnold Minister
Earl ,
TONY CURTIS Patricia Rudd, color bearers; Mrs. College Men Sing Confessions by appointment 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
YUL BRYNNER Mary Ray, flag bearer; Mrs. Lucille Mrs. C. A. Butchart, also a member Sunday: Wednesday
Tempest and Fury Allen, banner bearer; Mrs of St. Margaret's Altar So- At Assembly of GodThe 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 7:30 p.mPra.er ServiceST.
Patricia Rudd, historian, and Mrs. cllety, was elected corresponding 11:00: a.m.-Worship COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN
Nell Clawson, patriotic Instructor. secretary. men's chorus of Southeastern 7:00: p.m.-Worship 407 Royal Palm Avenue MARGARET'S CHURCHRev.
Wed. *Thurs., April 10 11 Following the morning meeting Bible College at Lakeland Is Wednesday) Henry H. Ford, Minister Father Charles
SPECIAL BENEFIT SHOW luncheon was served at the Sebrtnj. to present special music at the 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotionsand 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass
FOR FRESHMAN CLASS Mrs. Sikes Heads : Hotel. Guest speaker was Monal-I Assembly of God on Sunday, April Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass
ADULTS -760STUDENTS I nor David Bushey, 7. Rev. William Green i. the director 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish 7:00: a.mDaD7 Weekday Mass
SOe I of Sacred Heart Church, Punta of the 17 voice chorus. House 7:00: a.m.-Fir.t Friday Mass
CHILDREN ISo Garden Club 63-64 Gorda, who used as his theme'l Members of the chorus will bespeaking COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow 8:00: p.ml'lr.t Wednesday each
I "These thing I command at the 11 a.m. and the shipWednesday month, Catholic Ladles' Altar
The Clewlston Garden Club you love one another," (St. John 7:30: p.m. services. All of the chorus HOLINESS CHURCH : Society
elected Mrs. Fred C. Sikes president 15:17): members are studying for the I 7:30: p.m.-ChoIr Practice Saturday:
at a special all-day meeting Attending the annual meeting ministry at the regional Bible College South Clewiston (::30 a.m.-Religious instruction
held Thursday at the home of Mrs. were Mrs. Pitzen Mrs. Harry of the Assemblies of God. Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor I
Vaughn Jr., Mrs. C. A. Butchart, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
W. A. Hewed on East Crescent James Harris, a graduate of the HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Jennie Tows, Mrs. Hazel 10.00: a.m.-Sunday APOSTOLIC FAITH
I Miles and Mrs. Dan McCarthy.Mrs. Clewlston High School a memberof 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship South Clewlston Highway 720
Other officers elected Mrs. the chorus. James has said that Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
were Evangelistic
Pitzen will attend the leadership 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor
W H. Lanier, vice president; Mrs.George training Institute April &-eat I their group has been Invited to present Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School >::45 a.m.-Sunday School
Beck, and Mrs. a concert at the Stephen Foster 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
secretary -
Hotel Eden Roc, Miami Beach, 11:00: a.m.Preachlng
{ Frank Veltre,treasurer. Mrs. Sikes Memorial on the Suwanee River 8:45 Training Union
,: which will be conducted under the 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service Tuesday: : p m.-
1. and Mrs. Lamer were named as at White Springs. 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship
auspices of the National Council of 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
fitlY'Wi delegates to the state convention in Catholic Women. Pastor James Jfrimbrel Invites 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Friday: Wednesday:
Miami Beach April 28-30, and Mrs. Catholic women who are members you and :your family to hear the 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Meeting 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting ..
Beck was named alternate. of fine musical selections that are to -
16n ttNERC A nOI ? The members learned to make the NCCW of affiliated on national organizations, diocesan, be presented by this college group. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD
hats from coconut fronds at The Clewlston Assembly of God is 312 S. Paclflo Avenue
palm levels from
deanery and parish Street
located at 215 South Francisco Rev. Joe Coleman
a workshop conducted Mrs. W. will attend
lOIEAIBEfREWAIIERMA11BAU[ PAUFODAYlnelYa111MlIalrMllaal : S. Miller of Bartow, state by chair the seven southern session.state Street. Rev James F. Klmbrel, Pastor (Christian) 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School

u. ru.waNUSasr! mu..arr. man for Junior Nature Cams of three-day 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School .. John C. Scheffler, Minister .. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
//MIIW.1tQIIU'.s w.cuts' the Florida Federation of Garden 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
I Clubs. I Easter Program, 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday:
BIRTHDAYGREETINGS I Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship 7:30: p. .-Prayer Service
"A Sign Unto You"A
I 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service Service Friday:
II most interesting was Friday: Wednesday 7.30: p.m.-Young People's En-
I presented ,to the Methodist women 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:3: p.m.-Bible Study deavor

R. V. Roland Monday night at the church by the Church Feature Is The
April 4-R. C. Wilson Women's Society of Christian Serv This Weekly Sponsored By Following:
Nell Johnson.
sus Nrt.". April 5-Jeannette Wiggins. ice.Mrs.. Floyd Howell Parkinson's Inc.
Richard Pape, Mrs. W. T. Hendry County Agent
April 8-Ruth McCarthy, C. A. Stitt and Mrs. J. C. Drake had Motors STANDARD OIL Complete Department Store
Martinez, Mrs. Sam Lang. charge of the program. The devotion
a April 7-Carol Hodges, Thelma was presented by Mrs. J. C. Glades Loan -'
Miller, Nancy Hall. Drake, who also assisted Mrs. W. Corp, afeftSSSSK-- viton Federal
i April 8-Sharon Clark Coos, Dee T. Stitt In the most meaningful ganer: Bldg. :
11 Holoubek. worship center. Mrs. Stitt also SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSTI

April 11-Helen Roberts, Merle painted 12 symbols showing pictures Giddens Royal Inc. _
Herman Long, Carlos each represented.
Brantley, Store -
Dickey. Mrs. Richard Pape explained the Clewiston Motor Co.

meaning of the word symbol and The"IfsEpay Giddens Wa," Thft CleWlSton NeWS Phone 2-9301
what they had meant to her she

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Bananas 3 Ibs. 290 Corned Beef Can 39% Comet, including the racy new '63J4 Sportster hardtop. And Comet offers service-savers that t.

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L-r Page_4 _THE CLEWirrON_(JTla.1 NEWS, Thurs. ? April. t, 1903 I J > '"f'.J T'- '. "" ;, \' '" ,..' ,," .
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With Our Boys I O. Pearcy of Clewlston, Is serving I ,
aboard the radar picket destroyer and
USS Kenneth D. Bailey, : RAC
In The, ServiceMarine
currently operating with the Sixth P
Fleet in the Mediterranean.The ryH
Private First Class Rich-
Bailey crewmen recently seta
ard B Hornsby, son of Mr. and l
Mn H. E. Hornsby of 421 Wes replenishment-at-sea record, t HNEWS
ceiving stores, food supplies
Ventura, Clewis ton, completed aviation fuel from three service skips re-I
mechanical fundamentals
Just two hours and 14 minutes.
school Feb. 21, at the Naval Air
Technical Training Center, Mem- .
phis, Tenn. ', -. -. .... r"fI
The four-week course Includes oJ'" "",<'1,""" .
mathematics, physics and the principles -I .

of electricity. the advanced -!I r- '%,iff' ;;::: .
Upon completing more

marine will technical aviation.be qualified schools for, the dutiesin students -' : -'I tr.';. I I I County Agent's By FRANK News POLHm and Views I ri:G''t...;;."" """" ,

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Thomas L Pearcy, sonarman I f' ,', I Farmers must organise In Sweet corn growers and celery "

third class, USN, son of DouglasHOMETOWN order to dennnd mors equit- growers are two examples of farm- ;

'...-..---..-.-- I 'able prices tar farm commodities. I ers who have successfully organized t. 11".0
in this manner r6
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cia. I k the growers of perishable produceIn These cooperative orfinlxa- : f """. "
CLAIM SERVICE{ Florida expect and demand Uons ARE NOT government ".- '
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I"" t Call A. II. Vann more equitable prices for the things controlled or operated. They .. "

STAn TOM UIY1t s/d F. s Arunadroanll I Mf they produce.The are organizations whereby TURNIPS ARE CAREFULLY WASHED IN VATS the polling of the turnips In the field until mAT
Phone TV Z.597 day when every farmer can growers may govern them THE FIELD WHERE THE HARVEST IS UNare plated in the Iced tracks for hauling to mar-

MMIUKtCIINPm.__._____rsr-fir I C plant and harvest for sale what- selves In an effort to stabilize DERWAY. Only a minimum of time lapses from ket or processing paat.! -STAFF PIIOTO.
ever he wants !in any quantity he their Industry
1 wishes is fast disappearing. The Ask yourself this question: Haut
farmer lives and operates In a con- long could a hardware dealer stay 1100 Acres of Mustard
Glades Co.
trolled economy. Everything he in business if the price of hammersand ,
purchases is at a fixed, controlled nails varied everyday, depending I
All Types of Roof and Master Sergeant Melvin R. Tor- price. Fertilizer, seed, insecticides on what people wanted tc

Sheet Metal Work bert of Clewlston, Fla,, has been equipment, etc., are all at set pay for them. Turnips Grown in i iI
New Construction selected for promotion to senloi prices. CountyIn '
or We are not suggesting price fixIng I t.
master in the United
Repair Jobs For example: he needs a tractor or price control, but ratherwe I
States Air Force.Advancement or so and the quoted price Is
need to
that farmers
suggest II
Phone 2-7111 to the higher rank $($4,000 when he returns In six. bring supply more in line with de- Hendry County farmars: do gs: :n an application of fertilizer y\ .
for' Sergeant Torbert will be effective months or so and asks the price on mand. I things In a big way. ''I I end: the!" turnips grow another crop I I .
Day or Evenings in April. He is assignedto this same tractor, it is the sameor Even so, the sight of a field of ,1 ;af t t3rs: This: is repeated several I. i ::
F. O. Box uuCLEWISTON the 860th Medical Group here as perhaps even higher.On 'turnip and mustard green, 103 time t ..
FLA. a medical service superintendent the other hand, after a farmer acres big Is startling. The harvest of ths turnip! roots
A graduate of Clewlston High has paid a fixed price for Local CattlemanOn i Shipment "f turnip and:! mustard is hand labor Men and women pull Y I 1

School, the sergeant is the son of everything he must use in the greens and turnips from the lOG the turnips from the ground, bundl": 1-\; r ,
Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Torbert of production of his crop he must acre patch Is now ended, bcause: them in piles in the row. A truck t. ri
927 Atlantic Street. offer this crop for sale at what- Shortcourse turnips further North are now moves down the field and the tur- 1I
Income Tax coming Into production. They are nips are loaded on it, taken to:>>
He Is married to the former ever price it will bring. When a I I
Jean Tangrade of 100 York Street, crop Is mature it must be har- reaching the markets with: a shorter the field station, washed in largo ; 1f
T. cat-
ServicePersonal New Haven, Conn. : vested Immediately. Three or four tleman Wm Suit, Hendry County haul than the South Florida( vats and placed: !in the trailer with f
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days Is too long to wait I wonderIf appear on program produce, hence the local growers Ice to keep them fresh. ,1'
at Beef Herds-
the Cattla
buyers of produce do not take man's Short Course at Gainesville have halted their shipments.The This is th3 first tu-np! field of {

& Business Robert A. Hansen, senior chief this into consideration when offering April 1820. Stitt will describe his 100 acre field is a "first" Hart and Jones la Hendry: County

YUkon 27841144AvenidaDelRio construction mechanic, USN, brother prices to farmers for various own cattle operation near Clewis- for the county. Dan Hart and L. They have been growing them near I
of Mrs. W. R. Broadrick of commodities. ton. S. Jones, both well known produce Quitman, Ga., and after the hard II I
Clewiston, is a member of the staff There are various cooperative organizations farmers In ths area, put in the freeze in the winter came to ton- ENOUGH TURNIPS TO FEED AX
of commander Pacific Naval Construction available! to growers crop on land leased from Gene dry County as the location where ARMY and this worker has wlj
W. G. PERRY Battalions at Pearl Harbor whereby they may organize to con- Mills.If they could get their turnips to ma- placed the first row of turnip Is
Hawaii. He joined with other trol the supply, volume, quality a 100-acre patch of turnips Is turity In the least possible time. I the van which will transport tfcta
members of the Navy's "Seabees"In sizes, etc. of a given commodity, &IOP a* y. a sight-so is the loading of the They were familiar with ths to market. He continued until UK

Tax Consultant observing the Seabees' 21st anniversary -as well as to sell the crop In an LOCAL OTORH< turnips into the big van which county, its climate, soil and growing -I ran was loaded and he backed .rt
and the Civil Engineer organized manner. hauls them to processing plant and conditions. Both are watermelon of the back of the track.
Corps' 96th birthday this month. market. The turnips are washed farmers, and now have 200 acres -STAFF PHOTO.
., >' ;'' "" r and stacked solid In the van untilIt In melons adjoining the turnip j

..DItat : ,,' ,, Is filled Some 80-odd truckloads "patch."

:'" ..,. were hauled In this manner this Jones also grows tobacco plantsfor Brucellosis

"JK ," season. tobacco farmers. He grew theseat Group
.', Planting Unique Alrglades until government regulation
l :, prohibited shipment of Formed in Hendry
w The method of planting this huge plants grown south of Polk County
VALIANT field of greens was unique. The
because of danger from fungus
growers purchased 1060 pounds of known as blue mold. Jones' tobacco -I A special Hendry County Brucel
W turnip seed, and they used it all! losis committee has been named
plant operation Is now at Frost-
The seed were broadcast over the ty '.':: :. ..' ...nnen's: Associ
proof, which Is located In the ter-
field with no regard for rows or ritory not under quarantine. tlon, t-t: .$ f!l"i the state association
roadways. After the plants were in Brucellosis prevention and
SALES V growing, the field was cultivatedby These enterprising farmers have control. The committee is to re
AREUe..CORVAIR machine which created benefitted not only themselves but
some celve information from n :julatory
6r f rows as It was propelled over the other farmers in the area, by road: agencies- giving nail" if owners

field. I Improvements. They bough: II a si .:a. c f'f Brucel
When the greens are ready for grader this year and keep the farm losis reactors from teem,, through
cutting a special turnip green cutting road from the Mills' place past the backtagglng program.
machine is used. The blades I their melon fields In better shape Local cat-lemsa Vi'->nt even further
M fY I cut the tops off an inch or so aboveground than other farm roads In the area. and voted to gj on recordin

in exactly the same man- I favor of legislation for computo-
ner as a mower cuts hay. The turnip cry calf.hood vaccination of al
greens fall onto a conveyor and Cattlemen OpposeTax calves except steers In the stated
t are carried to a container from Florida
which they are transferred to the E. R. Felton 1 Is president of !the

: & FALCON trailer truck at the loading stationin CommissionWhen Hendry County Cattlemen's Maw
the field. Those greens are ciation.
washed: at a processing plant, are
iH placed; in cellophane bags and soldto the Hendry County Cattlemen's -
Sales Tax Up
supermarkets. The field is thenL.
WATERMELON HARVEST should begin this week, said County Association met March 22nd '
Agent Frank Polhlll. shown here with Wlndell Jones left Inspecting r members discussed the legislative Slightly Over 62

SALES ARE one of the fields Most fields In Ilendry county will be In heavy production r proposals! affecting cattlemen, State Comptroller Ray E. Green
T by the end of April or the first of May. This Is somewhat r known as the "agricultural assess- reported recently that March saw
early' for the bulk of the crop to com In and farmers are hoping for r ment act" tax collections based on February
I warm weather In the Northern states by that time The weather la and the "Just value business totaled S18,897,639, an (Increase -
the key to a successful melon harvest Folks Just do not eat watermelons bill. These bills have been proposed of only S253.130 or 1.53 percent
: In cold weather.-SPECIAL PHOTO. by the Florida Cattlemen's Association over the same month \last
DOWN and Dr. T P. Cairn,
chairman of the legislative com- year.The comptroller said ss a result
f 17j ert& mittee of that body, was notifiedof sales tax collections: are Slw'
the approval of the Hendry Coun- 236 or 1.33 per cent under the estimate -
ty group. for the current fiscal 7eaf.

The local cattlemen also took In addition, sales tax collection
(Why?) occasion to express disapproval of for March fell 516 per cent or
a proposal to create a State Tax $908,803 under the estimate.

ii Commission, appointed by the governor
with powers to determine
8. JONES, of the Jones and Hart matters pertaining to ad valorem Felda Fish FryA

farming operations Is shown here taxes within the county and to have fish fry was held at the Fe*
examine the small tobacco plants
authority over local tax assessors. Community Center Saturday nl**
In the seed bed; all tobacco plants
cattlemen felt that this tax The Boys 4-H Club sponsored
are BOW grown near Frostproof.
commission might not I for recre*
work In the event to raise funds
-STAFF PHOTO. public Interest. tlon equipment at Felda Par*.

PM r ..I."I' J' .,'', -d:

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vyi i'l!' ,\. 'If"'l '; ;j
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1.. 10. 'f' ,
i; 3 out of 4 people preferred it in [ "" ""', (

a nationwide test '--wwr. -.le. ,- :' 'r

'jl 1, ., ; Recently 3600 people In 18 cities win asked to test- aa. ?#'

drive Valiant and one of four other popular com IN FLORIDA

\ pacts-then pick the one with the best all-around

"'t I value. Result 74.5% picked Valiant! And Valiant BEER IS A NATURALBrewed

,, : has America's longest new-car 5 or 50 warranty.**

S from latttt _n.'. .mtloral. ulM ftftirw slowly, by a conturlos-old natural process, poor Is
II f 1961 modtll to-..,_with. 1M2 IIIOCI.,.. Florida's traditional boverago of moderation-light, sparkling -
; .g Your Mthailnd Pbm&S laiia t Deder 1 Warranty yslat pfaets ar ar delicious.
.ti IaiW.d winwrhl a 5163 cars SOS sea apaadw. t MSISde fwd rplai..
,. without alwte rot: -lrM parts it 1 tabor. for a yon Sr 10.001 And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud of the millions -
C.1'" tare- lint/ M tM MpM blOCS, Ned.. IIId .......... paid,
and. lataiad. \part aclvdln au'wd clutch), tarq,p of dollars contributes to Florida's economy. Florida's
,pf1ef' Mira. Ihtft, ....1101ft...(..cludl.S..dud. Ooeaid,0.ufd ai.d diff._ .
brewers bee
8 101 ,
I r I tat, MM rue ..MM. MWHIH. prevhM tin Mfticto .KM bttfi xnlcttf .. ran6t *- and 17,000 beer retailors
r fcterwli wcortfUif to it*, riymmti-VilfMt. CcrtlfM I* Cwt KlMduM. employ more than M.OOO persons with an annual payroll of -

( $159.000,000. Mon.y made In Florida, spent In Florida. In
Florida, boor belong.enjoy tt.


; / FLORIDA DIVISION V CAN SEEr-ifs turnips *
'I' aad mustard M greens
greens all the way This
: Highway & Sanbenito Sts. of the field was harvested for taralp rlOta.earth M plants tam
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: tlon and dessert spice charts are TIE CLEWISTON (IFla.) NEWS, Thur.. April 4. 1963 Pale 5

Women nwI I"'-'': : II 'PersonalsMiss I included.Other sections feature frosting Ruth Young, Robert Tatum, Dick Ii

j .J JI JI and fillings, puddings and custards, Bowers, Carlos Martinez, Robert
frozen desserts, fruit desserts, Harris Emma Lee Anderson, Kelly
shortcakes Jiffy desserts, dessert Jennings, Mamie Langdale.
Janice Tuttle of Detroit, sauces and toppings, desserts for Save
Mich spending a few April 2-Nancy Taluba and baby,
is days visiting large and others.
groups many
BryanWadeMr. Bonlflcla Acosta and Jack
baby I
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron. Low calorie, foreign and conveni-
L. Locke. to.through
r Mrs. Wm. C. Owen spent the ence recipes contained in separate up .
a and Mrs. Jones Bryan of! II weekend In Coconut Grove visitingher sections are worth the $2.95 price
f have issued invitations to I son Richard B. Owen. During alone. BirthsMr. I
the marriage of their daughter I I her stay they attended a performance Party beverages occupy a posi-
4 Marcia Jacobson Bryan, to Thomas of "Holldo On Ice." tion of Importance in this grand
I j vv ua and Mrs. W. A. Dwars of
Rogers wade on Saturday April Rev. and Mrs J. Ed Taylor left collection of recipes. An entire section I
6th. The wedding will take place in this week for Little Mountain S.C., is devoted to recipes on party Clewlston are the parents of a
the chapel of the Cathedral where will make and baby girl, Judith Ann, born March
l of Saint tip ,1 t3N they their headquarters punch beverages. '
4 29. She weighed five pounds, nine
Philip Episcopal Church in Atlanta, for several months while Favorite Recipes of Home Economics )
at birth, at General
ounces Hendry
Georgia. he is serving in that area for the Teachers make an excel- ,
I The Bryans are former residents Baptist church mission board. lent gifts for weddings, showers, Hospital.Mr. .

of Clewlston. The parents of the Friends of Mr. and :Mrs H. H. graduations, etc. For informationon and Mrs. Charles E. Claytonof W
I groom-elect are Mr. how to obtain this book, contactthe
and Mrs. T. lead former residents now living LaBelle announce the birth ofa
M. Wade of Tucker Ga. in Hollywood; will be interested home economics teacher at the son Bruce Allen on March 29, .I'
The bride-elect graduated from t\\) know that they have gona West Clewlston high school.Hospital at Hendry General Hospital, Birth the State Farm
I will High School In Tampa and JohnsonEdensMr. for a visit of several months. They weight: was 7 pounds, 10 ounces "CAR FINANCE PLAN'
receive her bachelor's degree will return to Florida! next winter.

.. .. at the University of Georgia in and Mrs Merrill Johnson i Mr. and Mrs frank Ford left NotesWhite Mr. and Mrr. Max Acosta of Here's how you may save
June. She is a pledge of Alpha Ch Route 1, Galveston, Texas, an- Monday: for their home in Kltan- Devil's Garden, are the proud par when you buy your next
I Omega sorority Wade Is a graduate nounce the engagement of their nina, Penna., after spending three patients admitted: ents of a baby daughter Maria car through the State Farm
of the University of Georgiaand daughter, Sharon, to Airman Second months in Clewlston. March 27-Henry Armour, Dick Lulsa, on March 29, at Hendry Gen "Car Finance Plan." You
Moody-Catala is employed at First National Class, Walter T. Edens, son S. H. Stalls and Mrs. Beryl Bow- Bowers. eral Haspltal. She weighed 8 save on financing with the
Bank in Atlanta.to' of Mr and Mrs. James M. low-cost auto loan I'll help
10 at birth.
den were guests at the Charter March 28-Barbara J. Clayton, pounds ounces
Clewiston.No through a cooperating
Moody, daughter' of! of the you arrange
Gloria Night Banquet Advertising Anna ,
Miss Taylor Larry Arrington,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Taluba of bank. And you'll
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Moody, will be- wedding date has been set Club of Southwest Florida at Le- Doris Dwars, Nancy Taluba. Tony
Miss arrivalof get economical State Farm
Immokalee, the
Johnson, 1981 announce
the bride of Julio Catala, graduate high Acres Country Club Thursday March 29-Carlos: M. Martinez
come and Mrs. R. A. Catala, : jtaHoward ; of GaKaston High School, is em- a baby daughter on March 30, Mutual automobile Insur-
ion of Mr : ;' t' evening.Mr. Lela G. Athern, Bonefacla Acosta, For
tit ; ployed at General She ,.
Saturday April 20, at St. Mar- tt110j at Olsen's. Her fiance, a and Mrs. J. F. Florentinewere Ruby Davidson, Mamie Langdale, Hendry Hospital. 'fA" u
on garet's Catholic Church, Clewis- 1961 graduate of Clewlston High In Palm Beach Sunday: They Sarah Smith, Emma Lee Ander- has been named Brigette Lynn and plete details! call8....
School, is 8 4 at mi today!
ton. Florida. Spinets stationed with the U.S.Air visited Mrs. R. C. Wilson who Is weighed pounds ounces
The bride-elect was graduatedfrom Mirror "Studios" Force at the Bunker Hill base. hospitalized there and enjoyed a son.March -Rowena Stephens, W. birth. 'U''C\

Clewlston High School where luncheon visit with Mrs. F. Deane C. Spencer, Jr., Charles M. Pirkle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stephens of STATE Muluil'Auum.EO.Inlunna FARM Compwy, .
the was a member of the NationalBeta $325.00 Duff.Mrs. Annie Ruth Young, Wm. H. Ford. Arcadia and formerly of Clewlston Html Oirict;llMmlnittn, ,Illlnol
Club. She U now employedby Audubons to TourFt. Lee Thlgpen .spent a few March Margaret Lucille Wa- are the proud parents of a baby
Clewlston Federal Savings and days in Sarasota last weekend going son Andre, born on March 30, at
Loan Association.Mr. LAKE over Saturday dor a visit ters.April Marion Carter, Louise Hendry General Hospital The Abner H. Vann

Catala attended schools in Center Area with relatives. Her uncle, whom Miller, George B. McDuffie, JackL. youngman weighed 7 pounds, 1
New York City, Cuba, and Clewi.taD. .-I APPLIANCEPh. I she was visiting, died unexpectedly Locke. ounce at birth. Oppmlto Font Office
He Is employed by GladesGas TU 2.7151 Saturday night. April 2 Laura Belle Bryant,
Company, Clewlston. | The Lake Okeechobee Audubon Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson Lois C. Melton, Hattie Schoch, Leslie Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wright of -
Society will make M field trip Sun- wore visitors in Sebrlng Sunday. Roan Jr., Paul Cross, John M. Clewiston announce the arrival of
day, April 7, leaving the Clewlston I Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn visited friends Langdale, Martha Arrlngton. a son Anthony Stephen, on March LIMON TO OPEIiATB I
CENTER Inn at 1 o'clock, going to Lakeport, in Okeechobee on Saturday. 19 at Hendry General Hospital. The HEAVY EQUIPMENT
Fort Center and the Fisheatlng Mrs Kate Paige of Okeechobee White patients discharged: lad weighed 9 pounds, 9% ounces. .
118 SW Third St.
Belle Glade .
( C..INnt. aear !'-
Creek area. George Espenlaub will spent a few days with her son, .r.in.. ..,........ ., ... .re
be the guide. Bring a picnic sup Bobby Palgs and family last week. March 28 Roy Smith, Mary ...... .. lk. ..Udl.. .f ...
I Bass. .... ...
per.: Everyone who !is Interestedis () klckw 7 ,' W* .! r.uaet..l
Charlie Bolton was given a 300500 () PIZZAYU
..... .
March 29-Lots Snell, Joe Han- ee.lp..e .fl. lit
Let us keep your invited to join the tour. Club award by Ford Motor .ur r..lde. fr.I...* lit**. 0.5a..d.e.tlu.t
Company at a banquet at Miami cock, Mary Helen Sockey John L. !!... a ente..l..tII.
Sullivan, Larry Arrlnjton, Barbara mmomm Ik* II'."..' paid .killed .
Springs Villa Saturday evening. The Clayton, Flossie 2-3311 ....."... !. club honor is given to recognize Wiggins, Anna Srkwili. Sill: K. S.n k I'.. r
Bridge Clubs 0 0 outstanding performance by sales Taylor AprU, Doris l-Eddle Dwars Roberts and baby., Annie Sugarland Pharmacy Orlando. Flarld, P"..* 423-S141.

Mrs. Helen Roberts entertained The Rev. and Mrs. Clark H. i
members of her bridge club at the Dorman, Mrs. Vee Fountain and
Inn on Wednesday. High score prize Mrs. D.C. Ellis attended the SpringD
was won by Mrs. Ruth Vaughn and -c!"?.y Msetlng and brunch at
running-We repair second by Mrs. John B. Boy. Mrs.E. I St. Joseph's Church in Boynton
C. Mills won the cut prize. Beach Friday.
ALL MAKES Other members playing were I Mrs R. C, Wilson returned Mon-
Mrs. William C. Prewitt Mrs. day from West Palm Beach where I I

,.' We also carry a complete mond Christian and Mrs. Ra'-I she was a patient in St. Mary's
Vaughn. Guests were Mrs Hospital. She is much Improvedin i '
McCarthy and Mrs. Joe Sexton.Mrs.
''I line of Cabinets health. I
. Mrs, C. J. Loworn and her
I _ThreadAHachmentsI brother Louis Davis of Pahokee,
Frank Conkling was hast to left Tuesday for Baker, Fla., where

I Aids her bridge club Wednesday evening their father, B. B. Davis, is very
at her home. on Royal Palm ..fl/9 . .. .
Avenue. 1llM ss Vaughn of : war I
\ "let t demonstrate EvelY It' Rolling Q !
us Mrs. W. C. Owen was awarded College, Wlnte Park, spent a few

1) \ our latest Models high scoring prize, with Mrs. Lila days with her parents Mr. and ice t '9 iy o. ,
Florentine, runnerup. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and attended .
1 of SEWING Others playing were Mrs Otto tha: Harvest Festivities of U.S. -" ;
Larsen, Mrs. S. J. Nielson, Mrs.J. Sugar Corporation.
tl!\\ MACHINES W. Ezelle Mrs. E. E. Kelly, I + tie
l' Mrs. W. C. Boswell, and Mrs. G. I

1 fft-ft l N. Pltzen. Of Home EC Teachers Easter Gifts for the entire family at Parkinson'sIdeal

I CARD OF TIUNKS Favorite Recipes ,,,, .

I wish ta:: express my deep appreciation The Clcwlstan: 'KA members are A
for the many kindnesses conducting their annual sale of the Y' Gifts for that
shown ta ma while I was in the famous cookbook, Favorite Recipes
local hospital. of home: Eimlcs,: Teachers. The
Your visits, flowers, cards and 1C63 edition futures desserts and Special one on Easter

prayers helped me greatly party beverages. These cookbooksare r .5..)
Mrs. Martin Taylor told only for fund raising. The
15 Pearls, one, two, three, four or five strand
1962 edition featuring meats can a

For Clewiston, Leave Name & Address CARD OF THANKS also be obtained from the chapter, Colors & designs new for 1963

At Lake Appliances Homemakers will find in this ,
I wish to thank my many friends book the most complete collection I
for their good wishes, cards and of dessert recipes ever printed. It A au v Beads Bracelets
flowers during my stay in Hendry I contains over 2,000 recipes sub I of iJ: Earrings -
11 .C! General Hospital. I shall always mitted by home economics teachersin dulling a Q
remember your kindness. every section of the United I

n ]ln 1V-0 FRANK COX States.and The are redoes suitable are for very everyday practical t JERi! wt ; $1.00 to $2.98

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SERVICE separate section for cakes,

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.Ir t.. sections very useful. A desserts Jarman Shoes $5.98 and $6.98 .
calorie chart, frozen dessert tec
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for men Loafers and ties .
in black and mahogany Boys brown or black in loafers and ties
Hot dinner rolls butter
$10.95 $19.95 Girl's black patent and white kid and patent I

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Page 6 THE CLEWISTON (Fla) NEWS. Thuri., AprU 4, 1963 aDd wins actually were: over It's no tough two-team opposition race I Clubs Learn About plained universities that this.and plus colleges the, present nhould the state keep scientific pace and with enaIneer-1 the tremendous I dustry ins advancea, said Mt being Snider made 111 ita b

at least not yet. Still very much lathe take car of the requirements fqr
dets It
enjoyed much jolnln
CAP News NotesSTAFF in at times with very singing and dancing. competition are Belle Glad New UniversityThe first two years of college. :'III "-- -"" -
Mr. Belgrave played for them and fort Pierce at 3-1 each and Classes In education for teacherswill YOU CAN

: A further change in staff the new official CAP March Song, defending champ Lake Worth at plans for and needs of Flor- great be available percentage near of at the home state'swith toa Treat a Boat Like the Lady She Is
positions has been made by Commander which was the first time that 21.The ida In which bound to rub her the wrong way. One
but somethings
of them had heard it. Falcons still are unscored Atlantic University' at Boca a student office we bow
Doane. Donald R. many
M/Sgt. Another one's
This teachers. FAU will be equippedwith got splintery strakes. gunwales were a m T
after four
league and
upon gamei. were told to Klwanlans "*
Evans now takes over as finance These cadets will return again; which Hardly ladylike.
banked Sea crest student office
office and A/lc Jack Burt moves to next month to complete their training past they visiting Rotarians, BPW membersand a
4-0 and Stuart 3-0. Riviera stopped each student will have his own
operations officer.EQUIPMENT The squadron members of this Lions Wednesday by Mrs. Just Remember This
unbeaten Fort Pierce 1-0 to get desk. Teaching units will be kept
: Clewlston Squad committee were: Capt. Billy second place while Belle Glade Adelaide Snider, public relations small, and much technical equipment These were not Aluminum Boats! A Boat made of ALUMINUM
ron has acquired equipment from Doane Lt. Rose Doane M/Sgt pulled into a third place tie by director of the university' will be used. Is tough, nonsplinterlng, nonrotting metal It can take a Wn
Glades Co. Squadron Group VIII John Gaylor Sgt Jimmy McDan and from a wave or a poke In the ribs from a pier. That's becitu:
Pahokee 8-3
CAP In the past month. Some of whipping CleWla-1 Mrs. Snider substituted for Pres- The university' will be an important ALUMINUM HAS HIGH TENSILE STRENGTII and UNUSUA?
sal and A/lc Jack Burt ton 10-3. Lake Worth ident Kenneth Williams who was FATIGUE. Won't rust, either,
to and
equipment Is a carry all truck, radios addition to the education facilities actual
ward with wins
called to a board of control meetIng at salt water.
and, desks, typewriter and screen and____ 3-1 over_ n _Palm___ 2Batlh___ n_._ I to discuss the university's budget of Florida and will help snickers We have various styles and models available In both the POI
projector. Forest Hills Is requests. FAU is scheduled to ARKRAFT and SEA NYMPH lines For details and demowtruUon
Clewiston Squadron was host to The standings April 1: In call either Red Gentry or Gregg Esser at
open September with Junior and
SI cadets and their senior officers Conference LeaderForest Team Won Lost Pet. JOHNSON'SFISH
last Sunday at Airglades. The cadets Forest Hill ..........._-. 4 0 1.000 senior students only. Mri. Snider Hendry County Aluminum Sales
from Miami Beach and Ml' Hill and Riviera Beach, Riviera Beach .......... 2 0 1.000 explained that no other university CAMP
ami Springs were blvouaced at Air- who staged a hot duel for the Sun- Belle Glade .?....._.. 3 1 .750 In the country has operated with BOATS, MOTORS, GUIDES I SPRING P. O. Box IS 84S BUSTING OUT Clewlston.ALL OVER.:Fla. So keep Ph.a lookout'fU1.Z9Z|
glades for flight training and were coast Conference basketball crown Fort Pierce _..__. 3 1 .750 no students In the freshman and Motor Repairs. bolt tuppllai I our advertising, during the coming weeks, featuring PRODUCTS for
Lake ._._..._ 2 1 .667
grounded because of weather con sophomore classes. Florida now ALUMINUM for the HOME and BUSINESS.
this past winter, are at it again AIR BOAT TRIPS IN
ditions. Stuart ...._......._.. 2 2 .500 has 29
Clewlston Squadron was called as the lone unbeatens in the blossoming Palm Beach .-----1 2 .333 Junior colleges, and she ex- ,.,m.lli"ml.UI.II1I.mr.lllii.m"U.l, : o" ': .:'. .c.'nnuursut' t t '

baseball race. Vero Beach ... ._. 1 2 .333
upon to help supervise and entertain -- -
the cadets. To help CAP Al The Falcons now !have won eight Clewiston ......-,.._-.. 1 4 .200 FOR THE FIRST TIME-
Belgrave organist now residingin straight half in league play while Pahokee ........._..._.. 0 3 ,000Seacreat
Clewlston, presented a two hour Riviera has played and won only ............___.. 0 3 .000
program of organ music. The ca two conference opponents. But both I Bras that last and fit so much longer

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shapes everyone can e High Individual Series }
wear I I Charlsle Wilson ...__.._-_-._ .75 AS SEEN ON
bags, gloves, hose, Dora Belcher .__..,_..._._- 456 1 ,
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I FOR SALE-1960 16-ft Owens fiberglass DEMAND GREATER THAN THE CLEWISTON (Fla.s NEWS, 'Iburs. April t, 1983 Page 7
ICIASSIFDDADse. boat with 80 hp Mercury EVER for houses, acreage, busi'1--- ---- .-------__
electric motor with alternator and nesses. We have customers wait

I trailer. Brand new windshield and in,. ,List your property with us.
---- top. Motor has less than 100 hours J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501. Harlem News ,:
I PHONE YUkon S1201siFlED I II II -- ----- running time. Can be seen at 721 tfc ,
Cortex Phone YU 2-7151 or YU ---
RATES: Four !
Insertion 70 cents I 3-2. 71. tfc FRANK DENMEAD Events and News
word per Of Our Colored Community
chare. tour Insertion.I FOR SALE 2 setters (make a Licensed 1

for UJI\ the price of three. bed); good double bed; nice Florida Real Estate Broker MRS. JANIE: S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor f,:

iui wardrobe cabinet; 1 portable TV; Across from Fair Grounds 1..n ,
aIx 27"x42" rugs. LaByer's Motel, FOR SALE Excellent lot on Phone YU 3-1258 ',1

YU 2-2891. __ tfc north side from private owner.
e __u __ ._ ___ e_ OU".P #5.. 1n,. e1... .1__ 11..4 Marriage a,r'K
1 i860 JTIAT aw nor saie. mew valve "
D pi hai-ut rC / \
pay for Itself, 1r
C job, recent motor overhaul. $450or I rent free for I 1
f1 will consider trade on boat. Mr. and
Small Mrs. Isaac Scott an- \
frame home, north side, 2
Contact Dan Parrish, Moore Haven nounce the marriage of their a
I bedrooms ;:
In excellent condition.
pct.aE High School. Mar28c, Small down paymentLarge daughter Shirley Marie Scott to 'I
"SALEl-59; Sylvester Ford. The ceremony was
s FOR FORD GALAXIE, lot on Pasadena. Huge
_----!! all power, factory alrcondltloned. oaks, prime location. performed Saturday, March 30,
1oLR RE."iT" Trailers and Trail- Nylon whitewalls, radio 319 W I I 300 acres farm land, fenced and 1963, by Rev L. Holmes pastor '
l Palm l Tuller New Bethel AME Church at the r ;
rr spaces Royal Pasadena. Apr4-llc i all cleared, some planted.
I ask Phone yU 2-26D3. tfc ------. I, Lots zoned for house trailers. Lowas I church paronsage. ; ;

I RE Unfurnlshedb 1-bed- $494. 50'xlOO'. I
duplex apartment for 't. Several fine 3 bedroom homes 4 7 Personal Mention

room only phone 2.1891. tie '' ESTATE starting at $10,900 low down pay I I
Jple i''i' r. wUJANaOTtEenA'fpepmL ya1leJ ments. I Mrs Lula Pearl Brown and [
'yT 2 and 3 r
,lit WAITRESS Large acreage tracts in Hendry daughter Rhonda, accompanied by l
bcd apartment. 21271tfc and Collier counties. I Miss Martha Grace Tolbert left k
I :=ia :4 ::. \ PERSON. GLADES RESTAURANT tfc- JUANITA JOHNSON the city March 27, for Newark, N.J. I

,IR RE T-S35 per month. Office -- Registered Real Estate Salesman -: -
small business apace SWELL Rec. Phone I Mr. and Mrs; Johnnie Fan
,pace or THIS IStfT GOING TO "''''''''.. I YU 31301Office
, from Post Office. See Ab- TAKE Phone YU 2-3421 brough, Mrs Christine Johnson and ,
:r w Vann. or phone YU 25971. I ALL MORNING, IS IT ?' WAITRESS daughter Gwendolyn, spent Sunday

Apr4tfc in Okeechobee, visiting at the Boys
I $490 DOWN
-'- Training School
IB RENT"Bedroom with pries II Home in excellent condition. \

ate wth Phone 26881. W, E. I SINGER SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE IN PERSON Close to schools and shopping In Birthday Party I'
Payroll envelopes, THE TROPICAL I Out of town relatives of the Red-
tfC representative Pahokee.
will be Call Hunt Real Estate
_llry; dens furniture Store each at Gid-- printed wtih form for social security II 1.1 924-7933. tic, Andrea Wright was honored on dick famlT/ visiting In Clewlston
'MEMOS CUARTOS PARA AL- For withholding and other de her last Sunday were Mr and Mrs.
parts, sales with
service stop in ductions. untianm birthday a party at the
QlIU Telcfono 26881. W. E. Box of 500. Clewiston ----- -- -- home Dennis Reddick ST.. Mrs. Jessie
or call YU of her
vv: 315 Este El Paso, Oewls- 2-6721._ tic News Office : HELP WANTED LOT OWNERS-CBS homes 100 OUs Wright parents Mr. and Mrs. Mae Williams Mr. Frank Reddick,
Saturday, March
SLUM per cent finance 2, 3 and 4 bed and
tfc WESTINGHOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reddick,
1. SONS PLASTERING STOVE and Kel- 18, 1381 The evening enjoyedby
or room homes,
Very Best Work vinator I complete home on all of Tallahassee Fla and Mr.
refrigerator in good condi- 'I a large group of friends and
RENT-Large modern bed- your lot, no down payment, no closing and Mrs
1R I II W. C. Taylor, Belle Glade,
We tion for
utilities, telephoned Save You Money sale Contact Gene Fuller, A WATKINS ROUTE in this areais cost, no cash required. 15 playmates. One the menu was tuna
kitchen, Fla.
I room Pasterlng, Simulated phone 3-1601 I for semi-retired fish salad,
\ TV privileges. Phone 2-6191, Stone Itp open or 6 per cent simple Interest, pay- potato chips, rltz track
, Stucco Free Estimate FOR lady. Many semi-retired people ers, vanilla wafers, candy, Ice
tfc1ESSMAKING Parrakeets, $200 able in part or in full at any time- We
are to hear that
Licensed and Insured earn $50 to $100 per week depending cream and cake. very sorry
enlarge.'M up. Mynah birds without
African love penalty Contact Henry Mrs. Emma Gene Griswell con- ,
25 Years In Business birds, monkeys, on time devoted to route. Also Elfers. district sales Among those present were Bruce
cages supplies. representative tinues on the sick list at Cedars '
-I 3850 Lora Street I Pet boarding Thompson Wild have 1 full time route open. May- Box 274 South Bay, Fla. or Anthony, Mavis Anthony, Celes-I, Hospital, Miami. We pray that she
I Fort Myers, Fla. tfc Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- be you can qualify. For personal call WY $-3579. Built and financedby tine Black, Samuel Moody, Pauline will soon be much Improved and
-: I ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 1236. Wc Interview in your area, write J M. Norley Construction Co., Inc.Apr18c. Griffin, Sheela Je t, Sheila Williams. able to return home.
KIDS I NEED EXTRA PIN McGarlty Box 627, Wllliston. Flor Marcia Tate. Kathleen I

'( AND ALTERATIONS MONEY? We buy paperback BEST Power Mower Buy EVER ida. Apr4-ll-18e Hardy, Harold Crenshaw, Willie Mrs. Malana Richardson Rev

Mrs Arthur Meske, YU books. Or If you like to read, trade America's safest, best cutting. WANTED REAL ESTATE Crenshaw, Georgia Mae Hill Jac-I L. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Grady

.WI) Apr4c 2 for 1. Al Fuller's Country Store. I easiest handling, least messy and NORTHSIDE-5 bedroom frame quelyn Johnson( Sylvia Robinson, Moody, Mrs. A, Cromes, Mrs.

LT US BUILD YOUR NEW Apr4c I easiest starting. Not a reel or MORTGAGE MONEY WANTED- 10000. I Dwayne Crawford, Tommy Lee Ed- I Mollie Battle, Mrs. Ira Watson and

IOME!!: In Canal Point. Top wo'k- rotary. Exclusive "Cycle Safe" I I Excellent security, 8%, 3 year NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, mond Carlton Banks Leyn John- Mr John Vinson were the dinner w
whip Call Hunt Real Estate. cutters. When you have used this loan. Complete detail" to responsible 9000. son, Barbara Jean Wilson, Otis guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Millerat

Hokee 924-7933. tfc mower, you'll never be satisfied parties. Phone YU 2-3421. ACREAGE as available. Wright Jr., V Kelly and Bolzle their home In Lakeland, Fla.,
with any other make. Fully guar. 2 BEDROOM Jett. Ass:sting Mrs Wright to supervise Saturday, March 20.
. G. PERRY, Tax Consultant I DRAGLINE WORK WANTED CBS, excellent condl-
anteed. the children
For Mrs.
other were
:omplete Income Tax Service .. n- details see Cleaning, ditching or diking. Call d ion. Well sodded. Beautiful
LETA Bertha M Sasser and Mr,. Estelle
Phone YU 2-7841. LOST-A pair of prescription eyeglasses Agentat collect C, B. Davis, 924-7991, Pa. shrubbery, fruit, utility room, Holmes. LAWN' SERVWE
4/15C In a blue case. Please re SE. Natural Gas Corp. .. I hokee, Fla. Apr4pRtAlISTlfi sprinkler system $15500. Efficient and Friendly
turn to Mr. Ronan at Clewiston Inn. or 335 E. Pasadena, evenings 5 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM, 2 We want Your Business

J ROACHES with Diazinon I Itc Apr25c bath frame home. Hardwood We aim to satisfy
ith your garden hose. Spray the Convention NotesThe
: floors)
side of home six' FOR SALE-1961 DUCATI MOTOR ) Allen's Lawn ServiceYUkon
your every
in Broward
YU 21821.
49th annual session of the
nths and be free of roaches. r.
U as little as $6.50 plus a few ffi sceIJaneous (OJ aJe Apr4-25c_ ous Beach sizes and and Dade prices.counties Small, varI-cash Woman's Missionary and Educational Allen Jr., Proprietor'

meats of your time. See us to- ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath payment. Convention Auxiliary to the

'. CORBIN FARM & RANCH Guaranteed $19.95 down, 14.04 CBS house. Extra large carporte FOR RENT Efficiencies Progressive Baptist State Convention
PLY, Apr4tfcATTENTION per month. LAKE APPLIANCE Lad utility room. Excellent North houses of Florida, Dr J. C. Sams Willie's
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Boat M(> CO., YU 2-7151. tfc Side location. Phone 2-7791. tfc as available president, convened at the First Shoe
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Shine StandGive
I tor and Trailer, 75 hp Johnson -- -- Baptslt Institutional Church Lake
'motor, 15 ft. Glasspar boat, Gator from for all purpose. VarIous land Fla, March 19-24, 1963, Rev your shoes that shine
respective home buyers (or Trailer. YU 25101. Apr4-25c prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. Paul H. Jackson, pastor smile,
imercial) I am seeking em- FRANK DENMEADLicensed AND INCOME Alabama Street, Harlem

ment, can save you many $$$1 j FOR SALE-15-ft. fiberglass Vanguard Florida Real Estate Broker PROPERTY: This convention was rated a Mr. Willie L. Young Preprletor
handle: planning. !41n proced- boat. 40 hp outboard mo Across from Fair' Grounds $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent great success. A large delegation
Clewiston attended.
f and complete construction. tor. New CBS construction, $25,000. Among
trailer $600 J. T. Brant-
:to George Kendall. Box 783, ley, 440 E. Ventura. YU 21721. FOR SALE 1 bedroom frame houseIn LONG TERM, low Interest, farm, bers them and were leaders officers of the choir Greater mem- Julia's Beauty Nook

vision Fla. tic Apr18p excellent location next to shopping center. Beautiful groundsand cane grove and ranch mortgages

,...I II I a II I.I I I I II I I I._I I I...I._..I I.I I I I...I.I'I trees. Perfect for retired couple Inexpensive. This house minimum $30.000 0.Friendship D. Williams Baptist, pastor.Church Other, Rev.outstanding EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES f
In perfect condition and furnished. LISTINGS NEEDEDJ.
I N $4,500.JUANITA M. LANKFORD persons present were the Personal Care To Your Hair
state officers district presidents.We Mrs. Julia Mae Sales
Beg Real Estate Broker
BUSINESS JOHNSON 530 East Sugarland Highway are very proud to mention that Proprietor
DIRECTORY one of the leaders is resident
a of
Registered Real Estate SalesmanRes. Fire, Auto and General
Phone TV 3-1361 Ofc. Phone TV S-3421 Insurance Clewiston. Mrs. Susie Beckton is '
president of the Kissimmee Valley
Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181
Association, Women's Department. 'I Hilton's

AppliancesSalesService AND GROCERIES FRANK DENMEAD Public Notice Mission Notes Groceries VegetablesCold Fresh Meats

Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker Drinks Essential Items
Open 7 A.M. 8 Pitt Across from Fair Grounds The Junior Women's Mission met W. Appreciate Your Patronage)
at the home of Mrs. Thelma ZIeler
POWER GASCORPORATION SEVEN DAYS A WEEK FOR SALE-3 bedroom home and 17 acres County Th H.ndry Commiaston.rs County will Hoard r.oelv of last Monday evening, with the Mr and Mrs.Proprietors Thnrston Hilton

fenced and cross-fenced. 1 mile from town, excellent trees of rented bid at 10 :00 A.M. .t the president, Mrs. Talmadge Moody

For Your Spur of Moment Picnics all vsrleties. Many outbuildings. All on herd road. A once I courthoui.Tuonday April In 9, La 1803 n.II.for, the Florida!I..., presiding. A definite missionary
In lifetime offer. of 2000 acres. more or bus, of ..ra.In. .- program was arranged with the I
Four Miles East of Clewbton > land Reid I lease to eomm.nc members for the lonely and sick. '
April II, 1961 bids to b. lubmltUdon
CALL COLLECT JUANITA JOHNSONRegistered a S or I yr. bails. All land. tw At the close of the meeting, the EMMA'S CHILD CARE
South Bay WY 1J. 521 Bare Beach in* located In Bcctloni" It, 17, SO hostess served a delicious salad 'I I PROJECT
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Real Estate Salesman and Township 4 South Kanff
and lemonade
II East Hendry Florida I
Res. Phone YU S-1361 Ofe. Phone YU S-3421 Th* hoard ...::.:.t'th. right to
reject any or all bid., and to award The next meeting will be held Located on Florida Ave,
WANTEDlCustomers th. contract In th* but lnt.r..t of at the home of Mrs Roberta Harris Harlem"If I

Attention Cattlemen : Hendry HOAKD County Of; COUNTY COMMI8. on Florida Ave. The mission I ,
BIONKRSIjtBrLLB. send "Get Well Wishesh" for a

Now Is the time to consolidate Highway Lot Advertised Last WeekrSOLD Uy: Campb.il. FLORIDA B. Nail, Chairman speedy recovery to Mrs. Emma work you parents must
NO'EXPERIENCE roar debts with a long term farm (1It-ld Gene Griswell who Is still confinedto Your tots with us ;you can .,
March II, April 4, 1961 trust I
loan, low Interest rates, with Cedars Hospital, Miami, Fla. 1
guarantee expert care

NECESSARY .. When ;you bring your loved
Federal Land BankSee "Come Dedication and open house for ones here.

Jordan & Pridgen see my Reddlck's Funeral Home was held Enclosed playground, clean

rTIEs SERVICE STATION or WriteW. Sunday afternoon March 31, 1963, facilities, pleasant environment .
- a. MAY New Bedroom from 3 p.m. ill 5 p.m. in the chapel. Optional diaper serv

BlINDLY COUNTY Box 688 Wslcald Building Program master of ceremonies, ice. Hours 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

He & Bradenton, Florida I did itmyself Mr A. A. Thomas; hymn, "How Comprehensive liability coverage I
Abstract Co. Firm a Foundation;" scripture and for your protection.

e Abttraet.-Tllle InsuranceDuplicating prayer, Rev L. Holmes; selection, Apr4p
hbUe Stenographer "Thanks Be to God" Miss Shirley

IIotoeOPriDr Blackman; presentation of corsages -
site lie, R&. and Peril: Ate I EVINRUDESales Mrs. Ora Robinson; recipients ;
P. O. Box Ml Fwlli Mrs. Carella Reddick and I

Olellll I"UII and Service Miss Willie Mae Thomas; dedication Elite !
- Cafe and L
ROLUTEXIHTIRIO Rev. O. D. Williams: selection :

Palm POI HOME Beach DEUVEKY New Marine said Used Hardware Motors But other good buys are available in business uraxguselfI.e wclli, Blackman, "Bless; remarks This House Mr." W.Clyde C.Taylor GroceryHome !

Post a.als,., ,NNW + ; benediction Rev. L.
Parts and Aeeesseries or residential property.J. ..Lrqlk Ary. fkttttal Holmes.
tour of establishment,
and Time !... Bear .a1! ) .!
Marine Safety Equipment wh..Nar.p o' guided by Mrs. Gus Peavey and Cooked Meals

**8. nHMIE Phone YUkon S-BS11 E. Beardsley Sales Agent $C98 Mrs. Maude Vereen; refreshments,
punch and cake, arranged by Mrs. ,
3-2621 R. E. GAL Geneva Hollls.CanYOU. GKOCEsUESrcsn '

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I' pt, Emdent Buy one get oneFREE t.*. -

1ome delivery Tampa Tribuneand :

Boyal! Pak, COST /
\11 Ft. Myers licensed Florida Seal Estate Broker Clewiston News

Bobby Giddena News Press Across from Fair. Grounds at yourMiq ,

tv I-UtI Homo Delivery ACRE RANCH I
- 20,000 I
W. O. CAMPBELL e. STORE Cold Drinks '
Phone 2.2791HATHCOCK'S First time offered. Hendrjr Comity ranch, excellent: main I !
snd farming land. I mllea highway frontage. Completely. Stop By and Be Refreshed 1 1ji
People Read fenced, thousands of acres of A-l cltros land.K5. i.'
per aero. AI! Fuller'sCountry 0 rI .
Terms to qualified buyer.
nom: 11241ALL Store "
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Brains we are to put up with this.
,;,., Page 8 THE CLEWISTON ( i I .
Some scientist are getting even

I f I Spn1'dA Fe II I I I I TO-MOUTH more a ridiculous.Two microphone of them HEARING..achieved receiver They MOUTH-to relay rigged

: !1o- ( sound to a hearing aid embedded POLLS ARE PLAc f5
between two metal filled teeth In a WHERE YOU 5'p
deaf man's mouth.I LINE FOR A 01
e CHS SWIM TEAMThe wonder how he stand the racket TO DECIDE WHO Wl
: I when chewing corn on the cob or SPEND YOUR
Tiger Sharks of Clewiston peanut brittle. MONEY
High School will travel to Fort My I .
Il lay
ers, Friday, to meet the swimmingteam Canada The late Mackenzie
of Lee Junior High School. King, Canadian prime minister,
Last Wednesday in a trlnagular was a Spiritualist and consultedwith
meet with Fort Myers Junior High his dead mother before making -
and Lee Junior High, the Tigers ( I any important decision.
placed as follows: Don't laugh. I hear that ouija-

Boys I boards are quite popular at our
Medley Relay, 3rd-M. Clark, D. ; Capitol.
Edwards, S. Sexton, D. Beardsley. (
200 Individual, 1st Steve Bell. ; '
( 200 Yard Freestyle, 4th Don r. Marine RecruiterComing

Edwards.100 Yard Butterfly, 3rd-David ; I -,. _a. ;.r- _& Next Week

Beardsley.50 Yard Freestyle, 4th Bruce FARMER chapter officers honored Paul Patterson, 'Harold Jon-, Joe Davidson, Mr. Akin, I According to Gunnery Sergeant Galvanized Steel
who was made an honorary chapter farmer, Nicky Fisk and Robert Thomptar toto.teres') -
McConvllle. 3rd-Mark the annual Parent and Son Banquet. Left to dent. Gentleman seated Is Robert's father, H. C. Pete Walker Marine Carps recruiter Panels
100 Yard Backstroke, from West Palm Beach, he will
the officers are Tommy Rldtdlll, Harry Thompson.STAFF PHOTO.
Clark. --- I be in Clewlston on Thursday April
100 Yard Freestyle, 4th-Don Ed 11, 1963 to interview: those interested
wards. McCarthy, Gwen Hare. Youth Board I alive and healthy and that In the I in the Marine Corps.He .
400 Yard Freestyle, 1st Steve the second of the Men's Club birth during five generations there states that he will arrive in r ora
? Bell. played with handi Met has been no evidence of mutations.The Clewiston around 11 a.m. and will
100 Yard Backstroke, 4th-Steve Rick Mattson beat Earl Ar WednesdayThe speaker was in Clewlston to remain until late afternoon. While

Sexton. Joe Hendry took Al Foster, Youth Board held Its first speak at the Clewlston High School he is in Clewiston he may be con- I
100 Yard Breaststroke, Srd-Jer- ( Etherton won from Jim Har ",eneral meeting of attendance" and through Principal J. E. Brandon tacted at the Selective Service
ry Maxham. and Jack Martinez beat Bill last Wednesday at the Youth Center was also secured for the Ki- office. "
GlrU ( Frank Zemonek won over as set up In the constitution.The wanls program Now Is the time for a young man
Medly Relay, 3rd-S. Cato, B. ; Hare, Bill Prewitt over Ed- meetings are to be held every President G. N. Pitzen announced to enlist In the Marines, commented
Waters, S. Oliphant, S. Butchart. Crosby, Campbell Nail over other month and may be attendedby that the recent club barbecue Sergeant Walker, while quotasare
200 Yard Freestyle, Ist-Qulta / Wisenfeld and Earl Mor- members of the student bodyof netted about $88. open before the big rush In
; Dr. Ed McConville. Carl
Mazzlna. over Clewlston High School who go to Program Chairman Jack Fry !introduced June. High school seniors who are
200 Yard Individual Medly, 1st- ( hasn't played his match
the Youth Center. the speaker.FULLER'S Interested In going into the Marines
Quits Mazzlna. Willard Doty Leroy Hare beat Miss Sandi McConville, youth this summer should reserve their EdwardsPlumbing
100 Yard Butterfly 3rd-Terry Baker, Sidney Crochet won II
club chairman at the
presided spot now by enlisting through the
Moore. Bobble ; Cecil Parkinson his, Warren match How- meeting.The : FOLLIES "120 day delay" program which Repair ]
100 Yard Freestyle, 2nd- not played with
Youth Club is assisting witha allows them to delay going to soave -
Waters. Hornsby. city wide Easter Egg Hunt this duty for 120 days after being Renovation
100 Yard Backstroke, 3rd-Terry following matches have not By AL FULLERLargs
year, with financial backing by the sworn in. Otherwise a young man Replacements
Moore. played: Tony Toulls vs. C. Rotary Club. The group will help to enlist in who waits
Scotland A taxpayer desiring July Installation
50 Yard Freestyle, 4th Sally Bob Berner Charlie
vs. with supervision and coloring the I complained to the town council until July to contact me may find General
Oliphant. Jack Moorman Otto
vs. eggs."Let's. that its water supply is driving that there are no openings.
100 Yard Breaststroke, I Shooting
Dance" plans were discussed i him to drink. Those young men and women interested .
Morrison.On Licensed
Redish from and most of those Experienced
won Nigel present I He said the town's water was so in the Marine Corps may
Jim Brandon has not play- signed to to West Palm Beach I, Available
go bad that he had to drive 30 miles
at Lake Worth, the : contact me at the Selective Service
match with Ed Dean. Frank for the TV program and baseball to Glasgow for bottled water to I Phone YU 2.7230
"Tiger Sharks" had the following i office on April 11th or may drop
I won from Pat Morgan. game. I mix with his drinks. me a card addressed to Box 1205,
Issuance of membership cards .
third round found Rick Matt- SIC West Palm Beach.
inning from Joe Hendry and was discussed to help prevent con- Millis, Mass. There's nothinglike ;I
Propeller Pumps Etherton took Bill Baker. fusion. I a good education to polish upa
8 inches to 72 Inches Nail won from Earl Mor. Election of officers was discussed young woman.
WELL PUMPS at length and it was decided Bison is Well-
Sally a soft-spoken
Centrifugal A Turbine to hold election the last day of
Mobil Pumps ." to 24" the Ladies Club Champion- I I esley College graduate and mem-
school. Those seeking office must
Repairs Installations : Bonnie Durrence lost to Evelyn ber of Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
t be In grades 7 through 12.
,, Sales A Service and Letty McConvllle to .
$ I A suggestion was made that]I She drives oil truck and
Roland. Addle McGehee won an 01'
L & F Engineering Wetherald Youth Center be noml-1''
LucllZa: Weaver and Margie smokes cigars. But she prefers a
t over Frances Nail. nated to Parents Magazine for an pipe for relaxation.
& Pump Co. achievement award. I I .
Wisenfeld lost to LIlah An estimated crowd of 40 students RESTAURANT
Moore Haven, Fla. -
i England-A British doctor really
and Louise Christian de
Mayor'J attended the .
.* I Phone WHltehaU 6-1017 meeting.Nuclear '
to Frances Morgan. Nell got the ladles all riled up.
Nights Phone I II He claimed that mental Illnessis
OR 5-3772, LaBcUe. lost to Pat Baker! and Ruth Look at Fresh Seafoods!
won from Ruby McIntyre so common among the middle
matches between Margie Hen- Energy aged women that it can be considered
I almost normal. Danish Lobster Tails! Clams!
I and Frances Nail and between Topic at Club |I II I ,

Mottley with sudden and Ruby death.McIntyre Margie I Fagan Thompson, radiobiologlst, I Corby, England-Members of a Seafood Platter! Shrimps!

Frances had to go to the 11th Atomic Energy Commission representative church got too carried away with Alaskan Crab! Oysters!
spoke at the Kiwanis part of the services.Communicants .
for results.
." Farmers Cane attained his meeting Wednesday and explainedsome at an Anglican Softshell Crabs! Mackerel!
Hough finally !
of the fallacies of common
Sunday service were refused wineon
awaited goal. He recently Shrimp Salad! Scallops!
; beliefs on the subject I grounds that the congregation
LOOK TO THE 40 with a birdie on No. I,
I He exhibited several interesting had been gulping ItJown profane- Red Snapper! Kingfish!
WISELY on No. 2, 4 and 8, and pars Items, among them a slice of roast
S, 6, 7, and 9 for a 38. beef which was sterilized by radiation -, ly.An assistant to the clergyman, Stone Crabs! Catfish!

Mottley narrowly missed I on June 20, 1962, and is In when asked about the happenings,
A Low Cost Farm Moris-ate 50 last Saturday. Eloise perfect: state of preservation. Unfortunately I I said, "I would rather not say Make Glades Your Seafood Headquarters!
j FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN made It last week with a'' It has also lost Its flavor -!I exactly what hi said to me whenI WEST SUGARLAND HWY. CLEWISTON. IUt
I Will Fnrish Cash ToRefinance Jean Roland with a 47. I he said told him the chalice was empty."
j, debts McGehee had her best He said the field of nuclear energy r r
;7 I Finance farm so far last week, a 43. In an- I Is one of the most dynamicand The Capitol Just a few more
( wind machines and round she! performed almost most promising In the world. places where our money is going i
Assist In purchase of a by scoring twos on No. The harnessing of nuclear energy down the drain.Appropriation. i
j Purchase more land. 6, bath: times by driving on provides source for tremendous for projects of the The Demand '
Provide capital funds green and one putting. power, said the speaker, pointingto National Institute of Health, a
the nuclear powered destroyer Gov't i
our beginner Terry Mill' agency: For
p had her first par on No. 1 which attains a speed of 50 knots. Studies of Silent Thinking, $26-
1. Lower
payments Louise Weathers In Some of the falactous beliefs of'''' 't
Mary came
t. Looter terms (up to SO ) 565.A Cattle Is
I. Dependable service ( : a neat 54. radiation are: that it is "contagi I Stereostatic Atlas of the Beagle
since 1117). Nail Is following a ous" (that a person who has been Brain, $33,172.
4. Full prepayment trend, scorewlse, since burned by radiation will contami I'm Silently Thinking what BirdROCKBOnuMf
5. Loin service by local terrific round In the Calcutta. nate those with whom he comes Buy Only The
culture.If his club championship match I in contact); that mutations occur I un u.r ]
we can be of service to Earl Morrison he scored; in future births and succeeding Cattle You Want
W R. MAY, Mgr or generations as result of radiation. I RATES I
to see Red and Rase: Smith Mr. Thompson pointed out that' ...p.w t Call A. H. Vann*
t: Federal Land last month and Wes and there are five cows at Oak Ridgeof
t In $1515 r5aa nnVSL 55., F.,. Apoeaao.x5ssw5avwrororw5av \
Allen headed home yester a heard which was the danger -
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zone from a nuclear bomb 17

of Battle.: tha Contestants ladies will will play re a years ago; that the cows are still w w...y..w..w w.....:.w. Sales Every Monday At 1:00 P. M-

PHONE 7432011
5 points each for pars on
1, 2, 7, 8, and 9. Ten
I will be awarded for pars on HEW
4 and 5. However, 5-polnt GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASS .
; will be meted out to
: who do not par numbers 3
6. Full handicaps will be used
Notice is hereby this one. Phone WY 6-302S Belle Glade, H+

missioners of the

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1 i said city by April 16, 30

I the purchase by the AiJl WEDGWORTH'S INC.

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thought he had enough car
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coverage. As Independent in the solid construction, the finely
we could have i prevented engineered details. You'll spot the time-saving
Mb: The Board of Co with features that will help make your cooking an art 1
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wor 1IIl! .'. including the full 24-Inch oven, ThermoSettop :. ,
t r-- 'It I the right to refuse all -& Insurj j burners, extra large broiler, automatic clock
Call us < 'Jl) controls, and automatic meat thermometer! Here's Cane Molasses Fertilizers
/ time. -{moo the gas ranga you've been promising yourself. .

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