The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Dedicated to the advancement of Hendry County and America's Sweetest Town"

VOLUME 37 NUMBER 8 CLEWISTON.FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed. See. 149.3 P.M. Subscription: 84.00 year

here Sunday 3 p.m. .+ I

I .I University The internationally of Miami Symphonic famous .( -- .."..... .... J JI' PC A office now Man shot SundayIn

I Band under the direction of
I Fred McCatt. wilt present I '
I concert In Clewiston Sunday afternoon in Clewiston
at S p.m. at the high h holdup
I school gym.
I The program presented by y The office recently established are abort, or intermediate term
I the "band of the hour" will Include by the Bradenton Production loans and may be on any type

I a march guest conductor Credit Association at 111 Bond ;i of agricultural products. In this Harrison, part-time him. Two of the Negroes reportedly Harrison then went to Hansel
I Frank O. SturcMo, former director street. Clewiston, U a natural area about :50 per cent of .the' bartender at Mac' Package got out of their car McDuffle's home, from where
I of the United States!) Sugar outgrowth of farm credit activities loans are on sugar cane; the Store on SR 832, narrowly es- and started. towards him thinking the sheriffs department was

I Corporation Band. in the area, said Herbert rest on cattle: citrus, vegetables caped death Sunday' eveningnear he was dead he im- called.
I Solos will be performed by E. Cook, secretary-treasurer of. and other agricultural products. the store white enroute mediately backed up, which Excellent cooperation between
| Junior Engineering\: Student the association The Bradenton PCA has $18 home from work, in an attempted scared them and they returnedto the city policemen R. D.
I Harry Tyrer and Assistant Band "For several years We have million In outstanding loans and armed robbery. their wagon and sped away Sapplngton and SherlU Price

I Director William Russell.! ': : ,..1 wanted to place an office In this over 13 million in capital and According to Sheriffs deputies the Belle Glade police department
Mr Tyrer, Euphonium solost. .. "'I ,'', ." : area, and the expansion of the surplus The PCA is one of the Calvin Swindle and Sir- and Palm Beach County

: will play "Scherzo In D ... ., .,.e 't'a : ;: ; { llit. + .. sugar cane Industry and the resultant agencies of the Farm Credit man Dyes, four Negroes in Safety officer Sheriffs department locatedthe
I Minor" by Rafael Mendez, while .. increase in loans have 'I Administration and makes short their early 20' purchased beer station wagon about 3 a.m.
I Mr Russell will play "Hungarl- (j : ..'t""I.. :,;. :; .. .' brought our plans to fruition Intermediate term loans to all Just before closing time, left In Belle Glade with one of the
1 an Melodies" by Vincent Bach. ....! l "' now," he said Cook ii manager J producers of) agricultural pro and parked their station wagon speak at club subjects asleep In it A secondone
j A trombone trio made up of J ..' ; of the Bradenton office which .' ducts. The Farm Credit Administration near the radio station while was later caught and both

I Bruce Rapee, Ronald Gaby, and : ': ;;.. covers the nine county area of (FCAI Is an agency waiting for the store to close. Sgt. Whitey Knutscn special are now being held In Hendry
Stewart Baker, will play "The Manatee, Sarasota Charlotte created by Congress with the Harrison told the deputies,. service officer pf the Florida County Jail on open charges by
Three Slippers" by Clair John- '\.. Hardee. Highlands, DeSoto, Lee,. responsibility of supervising the after he left the store, a car Highway Patrol of Bradenton. Sheriff _Earl Dyess.

', : Hendry and Glades district bank and farmer credit pulled up behind him apparently was guest speaker at the lunch One of the prisoners told of
son.Baton soloist Candy Collins : \.. H. D. Woodson, who has bandied associations. There are 12 farm blinking their light for eon meeting of the Clewiston Kl- the evening's activities In a confession

I will be presented in a spectacular Lee, Hendry and Glades credit districts In the nation and 'him to slow down, which he wanly Club yesterday.Sgt and said that they bad
twirling display. r counties for several years, workIng -. each has facilities for long term did. The station wagon with the Knutsen Is well known on originally planned to rob the
The "Concert Suite" by Fred directly out of the Braden- loans through Federal Land Negroes pulled up beside him, the "(peaking circuit" for his store before closing, but something -
i Ashe, head of the Theory Department ton office, is In charge of the' Banks; short, Intermediate term' and one of them discharged a excellent talk and sense of hu- went wrong, according to
at the ,University of y Gewtston office, with full-time ? loans, through the Federal Intermediate 12 gauge shot gun into the drlv- mor which keeps attentive ears Sheriff Dyess. sIn
Miami, will be performed on :..,....t. ... ... ''. secretary, Miss Susan Radschled Credit Banks: and er's tide of the car-window. from his audience. planning their second attempt -
this tour. -... who transferred from Bradenton. capital investment loans through Harrison apparently turned his He mentioned the at Harrison he was not
The "Concert Suite" Is the Mr. Woodson Is spending part of the Bank for Cooperatives.The head towards the station wagon vised laws of new and re- supposed to have been shot
winner of the 1963 American each week In DewUton; he It PCAs operate under the Swindle said, and it saved his recent legislature only scared with the sight of
1 Bandmasters Association com '. ,always there on Tuesdays and | Federal Intermediate Credit life, as the shots hit the left turn Including Illegal use of the gun, the prisoner related to
slnal.lmproper left
position contest! and Is the dais "" sometimes on Mondays and/or Bank, and each has a specific side of his head and neck. Large of turns Deputy Swindle.A. .
dimming head lights
AA required contest ielectlon for : a Wednesdays territory, such as the 9-county quantities of powder and pack door into opening B. Burch and Walter
bands In 1964. .,. '. There are 100 members In the area under the Bradenton PCA, ing lodged In his ear, Swindle twice when through entering traffic streets stopping Thomas probably will be charged -
The program will, as usual be three-county area of Lee, Hen- which has also an office at Wau- said from at today with the attempted .
alleys the side walk and
quite varied, and will provide BATON' SOLOIST CANDY I COLLINS I will present a twirling dry and Glades counties, to I chula with a staff of four persons Harrison told officers, he street armed robbery and warrant

something of interest to every- display la the University of Miami band concert Sunday. afternoon whom the PCA extends credit In then stopped his car a* the Another new law noted by have been Issued for Leroy Da- I
at the Ugh school gym In Clewiston. excess of six million dollar annually Loans are made to the farm. other vehicle pulled In via, Jr., 20. and Charles Mar.
front of the officer was that .It la
one.While In Clewiston, the band said Cook. These loan (Continued on Page Eight Mow unlawful follow closer shal, also know as Willie Bee, I
will be guests of the Band Association 20. all of :Belle Glade.
than 500 feet behind a fire
Frank G. Sturchio
for a bar-b-qued lunch. Harrison is reportedly recovering
"Marriagegoround" track or to park anywhere
The concert Is being sponsored rapidly from his
fai the sane block In which ex-
by the Band Parents Association Lake Ii best a fire .Is occurring- perience and has been released
former USSC band fishing at its
Gewlston and High will be. School held in Auditorium the- bookedThe Harry Johnson, program from the hospital

chairman, introduced the speak
Admission I Is $1.25 for -
with director Beta Sigma Phi Sorority er. Claud Glddens, president,
adults and 75c for students returnsFrank
all going to the Clew- Fishing camp operators believe pects to have mounted; he has// enough frozen fish fillets for a Chapter of Clewiston is pon- presided. Voters booksare
Lake Okeechobee Is beaded been catching others up In they dinner for 89 men. coring an adult comedy, "The
talon Sugarland Band. G. Sturchio, former Jnto the finest fishing season 7 and 8 pound class steadily, Mrs It was reported at the Inn yes- Marriage-Go-Round" by the Fort
Siren founds for'Mother'
11!'$" band director for the United in history and hundreds of Bassett plans, to take. homy, (Continued oa Fate 8) Myers Little Theatre on Friday, near deadlineThe
.Stales.Sugar .Corporation will .... ,' -<. '- .
tourists and Floridlans..wUl. elate -r : *-> February T, at. Sugarland. Audio I
return to Clewiston Sunday and their catches In recent 'IJorf //n. March voters registration boob,

attend the University of :Miami weeks to support that claim. Miss Sugar ContestantsMISS The comedy deals with a pro- which are now in the various
Band Concert, as guest of the Big bass that weigh in at e. lessor in a college, who's wife The siren will sound at precinct of the county, will 'be I
Corporation. 7, 8, 10 and 12 pounds are being is the dean of women. The anticipated even o'clock tonight to slf- returned to the supervisor of .
sal the Mothers March of
Mr. Sturchio Is presently chairman Drought in every day, and fishermen arrival of a house Dimes registration's office In the
of the Music Department of are catching their limit .guest from Sweden, tightens the courthouse at LaBelle Friday
St. :Mary University at San of specks and bluegill In a plot and everything becomes organized Member of Beta Sigma night
h Antonio, Texas. couple of hours chaos. Phi Sorority have oriaplied Those would-be voter who

"The Everglade Sugar "I've got every freezer In the Little Theatre players who the volunteer mother who have not registered can save a
March" and "King Cane" were Francisco Apartments filled with participate In the comedy are will canvass the town startIng trip to LaBelle by registering;
composed by Sturchio while fish, and I've bad to stop fishing i Brad Lacey, VI Asmuth, Elke at 7 'clock, for contributions now in their own precinct
band director here during the until someone else orders a Schmld and Bill Altman. to the March of The Books are in these ]locations

late 1930's: and early 40s, and string of fish," said George D. p Ticket are now on sale by Dime campaign agabet : : Try the one nearest
he will conduct one of these Green, of Ellzabethton, Tenn., t members of the sorority and crippling diseases and birth your residence: No. 1 LaByer'a
marches during the concert. spending his third winter here. sale are brisk according to re defect Motel (:Mrs LaByer), No. 8
The guest conductor Is well "I don't like to catch fish and ports. :Members hope''' that the Remember to leave your Annie NaU' Home (Mrs. Kail
remembered In this area for his throw them back, so I just catch little theatre play here will renew ouUlde light e*, a* a signal or Mrs Bryan), No. 7 Cham-
bend work In Clewiston, Wau- what people win eat. If you wanta Interest in a local theatre, for the Mothers In the ber of Commerce Building
chula Fort :Myers and Palm string let me know and 111 which has become inactive. March to esll at your home. (Mrs Pirkle), No. 8 Bobo'
Beach, where he conducted the go fishing this afternoon. The curtain will rise at 8:30: And remember, please to residence (:Mrs. Robe), No. 9
municipal band for ten years. Fred Vanclt. retired Alton p.m., donations are $1.50: per make your contribution a* Hendry County Motors (Mr.
1. K. (JACK: SrKATT Hs Is currently director of 111., resident, who now lives on person. generous you can Judy Simmons)..

LsBellc bosines maa and the St. Mary's Band and a Bond Street, has been catching: I,
azrlculturlct. wb. Is a candidate Guard his limit of specks and shell ,
colonel In the Texas State Addie McGehee ladies champ .
for Member Howe .1
Reserve Corps, where be has cracker every day. "A groupof i
Representative. Heads T composed many band numbers Mobile men caught 1200
County, iicceedbtf Charlie Bowl specsk In one spot, one afternoon
Including the "Cotton MISS rATEICIA OWENS LINDA JOHNSONsponsored
Miner, who has announcedbe March." ," reported Luther Lowe of Winter resident wins city \
will not seek re-efcettoa. Lowe's Marina. sponsored by by f

Carlos deVlkeo Berwyn IlL. The Toggery Shop Ernie's Barber Shop

I 2 trucker permits one reported which day, he keeping weighed threw only back 10 the pounds:SO lunker bass;- 'Phone company Chamber directors golf championship SundaySaturday

Certificates of convenience Revised state transportationlaws next day be caught a much larger meet TuesdayChamber Red Smith of Clewiston and cutta and bar-b-que on Saturday and Sunday) I

and necessity as road buildingand authorized the Public Utilities one, and without scales to Akron, Ohio edged out Joe M. February 29, with play Ronald Hare U, <<.<<. 39-169.
construction aggregates Commission to Issue limited weigh It, estimated Its weight office observesnew of Commerce directors Ttendry for the men's city golf scheduled for Sunday, March 1. Bob Berner 430'5.<<.38-170.

haulers were Issued by the Florida certificates! to truckers: who at 13 pounds. will hold their February championship In play Saturdayand Complete tourney results areas Jack Redlsh 45.41.40,44-170.
Public Utilities Commission were hauling rock prior to Jan. Regular winter visitor st the meeting next Tuesday at noon Sunday, at the Clewiston! follows: Jack Martinet 48,45.<<,"-181. t I
to two companies authorized to Clewiston Inn are having! field office hours Country Club. Addle McCehee
1, 1963 when they were placed la the Pit Room of Glade Men' ChampionshipScores Joe Hendry 40.41.38,44-163.
operate la Hendry and Glades under the commission'* regulations. day this trip: nothing entices Restaurant. Director's meetingsare was an easy winner over Ruby ( are for out and In sn (Continued on Page Eight)
counties, chairman. Ed Mason Ed Bassett. of Bsssett Vs. or W. A. Moore Inter-CxMnty! always open and any mess Mcintyre In the ladles' event.
said this week. Dewey Greene, of Princeton, Croup Manager at Clewiston, an- ber of the Chamber is welcometo
Robert J. Propp, 2207 Harvard Applicants are required to file 111., or Mr. or Mrs. J. F. Beas- nounces that effective February attend. Competition was keen both
Fort Myers and Herbert financial statements pay mil*' ley of Dallas Texss. away from 3, 1964 the Telephone Business days, despite a chilling wind

Willard, Lantana are the two age taxes and submit proof of the Lake. Their catches have Office win open at 8.30: a.m. William Park dies Sunday afternoon and evening.
hauling contractors who, received the operations claimed and In been fabulous. Mr. Bassett has Instead of 8:00 a.m. as has been The trophies and prizes were
the certificates. the areas for which applied. a 1H4 pound bass which he ex- the practice In the past. Mr: Friend of William Park, who awarded by Earl :Morrison to
Moore says studies! have shown has been a winter resident of winners following a not dog and r.
very few people telephone or Ehrllch's Trailer Park for several hamburger dinner on the picnic 1 t,
visit the office between these years regret to learn of his grounds. The winner of each
hours and the time will now be death which occurred In Richmond flight received a trophy and 1k
utilized for training business office Ky., on January 22. prize and the runnerup, a prize

', employes other preparatorywork Smith, who spends the winter '

necessary for maintaining Teach your children months in Clewiston was a one
customers' account, and In Improving stroke winner over Hendry, 161

service and relations. traffic safety 162, for the 38-holei, par 72 a a,
The Clewiston"office handles course, In the championship 1
application for service and other flight
matters for Clewiston and

Moore Haven exchanges, and Be Extra AlertIn LeRoy Hare was a three t I Irti
stroke, l68-lri, winner over r I I '
the Increased demands for service ).
Bill Baker In the first .
requires close co-ordination
with' the Installation department flight; Campbell Nan over Bill $
Prewltt 17S-188, In the second Ir

It is felt that the additional Clght ,

training possible by utilizing this In the ladles event Mrs. :McGe
additional half hour five days a bee defeated Mrs. McIntyre 197- .

week will help attain better 217 In the championship flight A ,, I7ih
service for customers In the and Mrs. Charles Welsenfeld de-

area. feated Mrs. It T. Vaughn, Jr..
n i I et + The cnange In office hours In the first flight Mrs. Vaughn
win have no effect on repair was unable to compete Sunday
service calls. Customers may because of sickness In her a

t tit still reprt any service dillies Bad WeathorCity .. family. !
ties to local repair service from Ivan Shore won the booby

8.00: a.m. to 5.00; p.m. five days prize for his 17 stroke effort on s ,
a week. Emergency service calls the last bole Sunday afternoon,
Members of the CUwtetoa Rich School basketball ( Ferrara. Albert MorreD; ataacV after (.00 p.m. or Saturday andSunday of ClewistonPolice nine balls going Into the water.
SaVLIoM Dick Baker Jew Ba. BED -
blasersJT should be Warren
tea. wen recently presented placed as Tournament chairman
I Masslas Handy MorreU. GearyBewdea SMITH flash winning smile after being presented with their
the Lion chrit and were i.Mt at a dab sick. Mike Hall. outlined In the Information pagesof Howell has announced that the> .
Buxea Clewlstoai ChI'ITAJ'P
aDd Coach trophies Sunday evening al the Country
Ie nmeae**. Team members taelmle, sitting left -41TAn' flO10 the local directory Department next event will be a men' caV rnoro.
right Jimmy Bible, rat Baldree, Bill Car-


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Alvin P. dements of Clearwater <
Page Two THE; CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Fla. Kiwanls meeting explaining the ass'n
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished Thursday, January 30. 1984 operations at the field. He old Area TB Housenewpastori a at

----- the Royal Air Force School at According to Officer Ernie
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, dateArea Simmons, there was no damageto
Feb. 4
Riddle Field is tops in ground
law enforcement agencies in sets
Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. the "rental" car driven by
the 'Glades netted quick school, tops in flying and near .
Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Sonny SezUp In catching the station results the top in other respects.A tuberculosis associations Miss Daumlt and damage to. the
Post Office in Clewiston Florida, under the Act of wagon developed The
Congress of with the four men and the new canning project to conserve are being 1961 Bulck driven by Clements Hl-Haven Baptht
March 3. 1879. gun. food as a war measure throughout the state under a was estimated at 850.00.In congregation extend ,

MATIOMAL IDITORIAL was announced for 1M4.! becausethe master plan of re-organlzatlon an earlier accident Patsy invitation to all frieJsda IIiI\
way, the 1J62 by the Florida tend the II
r prnD4 | has announced that any student Did anyone else notice at the 1943 project was very successful. approved In As-* Jones Owens struck a streetlight Open Hous.
I In
IAS Tuberculosis and Health their
4 c6r3NACTM caught smoking, with clg- circus last Thursday night that County agents and other pole after having been new pastorlllll, bk
.: aret on their person or standing as MC announced the clowns, officials cooperated. A canning sedation: Board of Directors.of struck by another car at the intersection log the church

as "lookout" will automatically Dick Baker, Abner Vann and kitchen was established at Clew- Area 'No. 2. comprised of Gloria Street and "Old Moore Haven'.

1, N 1 s Subscription Rates __ $4.00 per year be suspended from school Wlllard Doty walked past the Isbn with Mrs. L. I* Lowe In Broward, Glades and to Hendrycounties into UJ 27. 7 Open House will be belt
scheduled tw 10
0 0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) for three days on the first offense center ring! charge and many persons pro- is 1984. The initial Officer Simmons also investigated o'clock tomano, ''J!
'It" operation April evening
card food during the harvestseason January
BERYL BOWDEN, PublisherS 10 days tor the second --- steering this accident and said thata I.
the Hw.
meeting of and Mrs.
rIOt\ offense Tiger scoring: ace Al Morrell tor use throughout the car entered the highway fromGloria Victor i
H. STALLS, Managing Editor committee of Area No. 2 will be recently moved
dented the previous scoring record year. struck the Owenscsr into s.
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 Doc Koch, who manages to of 39 held B&B market advertised for held February 4 in the office of Street, hOEM.
by Ronnie Roblson
Advertising Bates on application. The quit smoking In the day time Tuberculosis in the left rear and continued
management reserves the Broward County
waste fats for which 2c per
a couple weeks
the right to reject any objection: advertisement! bat Indulges In the late evening ago, Wastefats and Health Association Fort on, without stopping The
i THy NEWS a'umu no rtiponilblUtr for the rotors of uaeolleltml at the movie) brought Saturday night shattered it by pound were being paid. Lauderdale. Owens car, swerved to the left Hi Haven W.MU j
i"n".lpu 0. pholograpWTHE forth an Interesting article clipped scoring: 41 points a good were reconverted for wavuse and struck: : ODe of the waiteway
NEWS -'I:: so financial re.poealblllty" for typo- night's work for anyone but and were used in munitions A target date of April I, estimated
from posts, causing a*
graphlal 'errors or Is adv.rllcem.st but It sotlft.4 a dally Paper about in monthly
... to do it In three is manufacture 1987 has been set for completeing rneeti"Introduction
of rror bor tho nut IHUO of the paper will reprint eorr.ctly minors smoking: quarters 8300 damage to the car, Simmons -
that part of th. 4T.rti..ro.nt In which the error ooourrtd.la something else. reorganization all Flotv
th. Gent a tlm. lmnt wouJd r."do. th. eorretloa vtltwtaM Section 85906 of the Florida TEN TEAKS AGO stated The driver was not Pioneer."
the N.... will reduce the prlo of th. tdTrtl..m.at by AD Code "No shall Al could do no wrong that evening (From Clewiston Newt Ida counties into 11 area asso- Injured and the Investigation the dUe of the JbyMri.PatRlchattb.ii8
amount equal l to th* prentac of the total cpac ,. the ..rrosssoul says: person elation Ae of April 1.1884. six ro '
or omitted oopjr r.pr.oent.dMother's sell, barter furnish, or giveaway and made 'monk.,. of Jan. 28, 19M) area associations will be in op. continues for the "hit-and-run

directly, or Indirectly, any Us defenders as he hit both The second: showing of Sugarlad eration. car" evening meeting of the TS,,

cigaret or clgaret wrapper, or Ions and short shots consistentlyall Exposition was considered U. of Hi Haven Baptist rU

March is comingThe any substitute for either; or pro- evening. a huge success. Exhibits Included Officers of the steering com the First Christianis MM. C. W. Mann preX!
mittee will be elected at
cure for, persuade, advise, cone.sal Clewiston is breezing along a county booth displaying the business meeting tai
or compel any child underage with a 10-6 record overall, as of vegetables and fruits. meeting of Area No. 2 on February Thelma Preston and Ma
Mother's March,-to raise funds for combatting
to smoke any clgaret." Tuesday, but think what might Travis Gresham announced 4 and suggested operational incorporatedThe lyn Royals cave the dev i
birth defects and other diseases will be held
crippling tomorrow
procedures will be dIa-
state senate and Elbert
have happened "IF" Mike Mai- for
The Is 80 in Attending
penalty days prison were Mrs.
office of Secretary of
evening. cussed.: A report win be given
tins hadn't broken his finger Stewart for reelection as rep
Members of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will "spearheadthe and-or a $100 fine. Sudden on regulations for merging nonprofit State Tom Adam has announced Mrs. Velma Story, Mrs.
enforcement of this would shake With Morrell's rapid improve- Mr*. Royal
the chartering of the Mri. Dora B
volunteers who are making the March. They ask that corporations under Florida
Parker Wilson sent the Clew-
the state wouldn't It? ment, a few of Mike's pre-lnjury Mrs. Preston
First Christian Church of Clew- W. Jon .J
your porch light be left on indication that wishto and statutes
as an you 20 would lston News airmail to Mr.
plus points and
-a'- per game iston, Florida, Inc. a visitor Mrs J
contribute during the March. have made a big difference in Mrs. Dave Alston In Tokyo on According to Rev. Roland O. Smith.

The March of Dimes was organized to finance the fight Before retiring from the controversial some of our two and three point a world tour. (The $1.20 postage Rich maD n of Jacksonville, The original charter of the

against polio. Through funds raised in this and other campaigns subject, there are nine losses. What makes things even discouraged: weekly mailings, president of the Florida Tuberculosis church was filed on December4th Sugarland Pha

I scientists have been successful in developing a vac employees on the News force nicer Al is only a Junior. said Parker). and Health Association, in circuit court of Hendry

cine against the crippling polio. and NO ONE smokes, yes other Congratulations! Miss Ruth Yeates of Jackson, the re-organlzatlonal plan was county by Attorney Carlos Dick.

Now the March of Dimes Foundation has continued its habits, but no smoking. Miss., became full time secretory devised to meet current: program ey. Subscribers to the charterare PIZZAYU

research and organization's labors In the field of all crippling -u- at the First Baptist Church. needs and changing: Harvey O. Pridgen, chairman
de- The Future Farmers presented trends in the fight to eradicate of the board of elders and
diseases, Including birth defects, arthritis etc. This Members of the sheriffs
battle be successful In partment were heaping praise FFA Jacket to Miss Carol tuberculosis and to combat oth- Mrs. Sue Corbin, secretary. 2-3311
can time, if adequate financing Is | It's History NowTHIRTY
provided. on the city police department Miller and Miss Charlotte er respiratory diseases. It Is

American people for their cooperation followingthe Young, Chapter Sweethearts of aimed at improving the qualityof
are genuinely concerned the
over 1953 and 1954 fSpectlve1y.rmmm. activities at both 'kT
,anland" slayIng program
attempted -
health problems, and have led the nations of the world In TEARS AGO the state and local levels by THE WIND
research to improve the health of all people everywhere. Sunday evening. (From Clewlston News

Our Dimes can march to success in this field, also,- Close cooperation between the Jan. 25, 1m) of insuring all combined maximum resources utilization, including "Jbtowefh' where If!litleth,find thou

if we but give them generously enough. Paul D. Glbbs of Corkscrew funds and personnel. //ieor rf 'the sound ,thereof/ bet.

Make your contribution to the March of Dimes as generous was killed in a car-truck collision cans? not Sell'/ whence/ it cometh,

as you can.Something. Fred Whldden's on SR 25 one Service mile west Station of 130 Great Bridge Street, "Car 54 whereare and whither tt goeth .*

gourfriendfir ((10 nIL west of Clewlston). The Lagos Nigeria.Sir .
: ". ". prepare 'lo meet thy/ Coo! ,
1. truck for minor repairs,
think parked
to .
was struck by the car traveling With great respect I write you /orie that formtlh /the/

Schooling & unemployment 1 rll of lI along about 8:30: p.m. this letter to you, and 1 hope it Joe E. Ross, of the TV series mountains, and crtoltth the wind! and/ maketh/ >ht morn;,q I IcforlcneM.

t Unemployment is one of the nation's biggest problems, A trainload of molasses will health.meet you The In reason good conditionof why I "Car 54 Where Are You" was a The Lord, The/ Goo of hosts, //s his/ name"

and many people are giving a lot of thought and study tank cars each containing 10,000 write this letter to you is that passenger In a car involved In Amos 111,11; )|
toward seeking a solution for improving the situation. gallons of blackstrap rolled out a minor accident in Clewlston
I want you to help me to publishmy
Sunday, January 19th. Community Presbyterian Church
Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz recently pinpointed of Clewlston in the biggest ship name and address in your
ment from Clewlston thus far. Ross, who Is better known as 407 Royal Palm Avenue
of the
one portion
problem. He
while pointed out that Blackstrap molasses is a by- paper. Officer Tootle, was riding HENRY HORRELL FORD. Minister
unemployment among older workers was little more product of the manufacture of My name and address are: with Elizabeth Daumlt, enter 9.45: A.M. Bible School 6.00: P.M. Youth Fellowship)

than 3 percent, unemployment among those under 20 had ) Mulnu Olokole Akande, tainer, of Miami, when she
raw sugar.
Increased from 12 percent to 17 percent in slightly! over a 1934 Chevrolets were 130 Great Bridge Street, backed out of Ford's Shell ServIce SERMON SUBJECT
"The of God"
year. display. Lagos, Nigeria. and struck a car driven by Sovereignty

"If that's our problem, we had better begin shooting placed on My hobbies are: stamp collectIng
Wells Si Royal opened a grocery view cards, table tennis,
at it with a rifle instead of a shotgun", he said.
1 Abner H. Vann store In the Hopkins build. etc. If you can publish my name
If our schooling and our training (or lack of 10) among In,. An advertised special.of the In your paper I will be greatful.

I I': the young people is leading to an Increasing rate of unemployment Ph. opening day was sugar 10 because since about: 1V4 yearsI

-1; we do Indeed need to look very closely at IIAII M/a pounds 45c.TWENTY. ., have been sinking for pa V and< Clewiston Church Director

> our public schools to see if the program of study is adequately YU 2.5971 tit YEARS AGO 1 think I wUl get pals when I )

serving the needs of the community. dewlston News write to you.
a.wurL: (From
I If our present courses do not interest the youngsters Jan. 28. 1944 If I got pals from globe I don't CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST COMMUNITY PRESBY

enough to keep them in school and train them for some Mat Farm Uf Insurance Company. Ernest J. Smith general manager care. Hooker Point APOSTOLIC FAITH 407 Royal Palm Amur I

Job or other, perhaps we need to revise the curriculum. Horn OfflcK Bloomington,Illinois of Riddle Field spoke at Yours Paul Strickland. Pastor South ClewiaUm Henry H. Ford, Minister r |

L Mulnu Akande Olokole. 10:00: a.m.-Sunda School Bro. Luther Dixon Pastor 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worsted:

Wednesday: 11.00: a.m.-Preaching. 11:00 in tbeP
: a.m.-Nursery
Echo satellite 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.Saturday Tuesday: ish House.

: 7:30 p,m.-Prayer Meeting. 6:00p.m.-WestminsterF:
7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Friday:

.' '' Thrill of a lifetime- H: clearly seen COMMUNITY-PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p.m.-Young Meeting.People's Wednesday 7:30: p.m.-:Choir ship. Practice

: _
', .I tr; 1' l, first night Sooth Clewlaton

:: upThe Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastor FIRST METHODIST cnuam gT MAKGAKET'S'IIt'II1

4 the famous AcclaimedUniversity 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School. 331 W. OIeeola Avenue Rev Larkin Cornell
Internationally U. S.-launched "Echo"satellite Rev. David DenslowPastor
: a.m.-Morning Worship.
designed to be theworld' 11:45 6:00: a.m.-&mday Ma5I.
: a.m.-cburch SchooL
1' : p.m.-Sunda Evangelistic
a largest and destined to 11:00: a.m.-MorDln Service. 7:00: p.m.-Sunda7 lira"
.' relay the first Amerlcan-Russian 8:00 7:00: a.mDaJ1.1 Weekday
: Methodist
p.m Youth
communications via space was 7:00: a.m.-First Friday
7:45: .m.-Prayer Service. Fellowship.
of Miami clearly seen in the skies above p 7:30 1:00: p.m.-First WednesdL'
: Friday: : p.m.-Evenln Service.
Clewlston Saturday night some each month! ,
7:45: ,-Youth Service.Wednesda:
t 13 hours after it was boosted 7:1: p.m.-cbolr Practice. lie Ladles'Abe!
Into space from Vandenberg elet,).

The satellite appeared In the BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARTIN'S CllUKm 11:30: a.m.-ReUatous InsIrt'
304 N. Francisco Street (Eplecopa1))
t Concert Band sky about 7 p.m. near Jupiter. Bro. Chester Johnson :tOT N. Pulfte tion_
John T. Cockrill, who reported
Interim Rev
Pastor Cart B. Dorman, Vicar
seeing it on its south to north
9.45: a a.m.-8unda School. Sunday Services: CHURCH OF
, route, said it approximately
as bright as Jupiter and easily 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: a.m.-Ear Eucharbt 301 south Central AtfIII

detected in the sky It requiredsome 8:30: p. k-BTC. 11:00: a.m.-Famn Service and Earl Arnold MInIster
7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship.Wednesday Church School
10 minutes for it to pass : Sunda:

t FRED McCALL BandmasterWm. out of sight toward the north. : SaInts and Holy Days a. an10:00: a.m.-Bible SchooL
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. nounced
The satellite officially known 11:00: a.m.-Worship.

as "Echo IT* is a 135-foot diameter FIRST Confessions bT appointment '7:00: p.m.-WorIhIp.
Russell, Trumpet Soloist Harry Tyrer Euphonium Soloist balloon weighing S35 pounds IK E. Ventura Avenue CHURCH Ill-llAVEN -' Wednesday:
and was launched folded Into a 7:30: p.m-Cdweek
Rev. Leon M. GabmreU
30x40 Inch canister In the nose ID&1awar'121: and We Stud

of a Tbor-Agena B boater It Interim Pastor Rev VIc Turner, Pastor _

left the earth at one minute before 9:45: a.m.-&mda School. 9:43: a.m.-&mda SchooL aroBCB OF GOD
Special Guest
: .
f .
..., 11:00: a nL-Morning Service.
.....'. 5 o'cock: Saturday morning. 11:00: a.m.-Mornln Worship, au South Facile A-
,,, '" I 8:15: p.m.-Training Union.
'If Sun's rays Inflated the balloon 1:45: p.IIL-'l'rainlnl Union. Rev. Joe CoIelOlD

t, : \.. at a height of 800 miles on Its 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. 1:00: p.m.-Evenilll Worabip 10:00: a.m.-8unda Sod/
and : FRANK G. STURCHIO St. Wednesday
; J ,. Mary's University first orbit of the earth.It 7:00: p.m.rfIoer.: and Wednesday: 11:00: a.mMorn1III Ser''

was believed that the Satellite Teach8:00: p.m.-Pra.er :Meetln,. 7:30: p.m.-EvenID Wen

i v -" former director of the United States Sugar Corp. Band / was on its sixth or seventh 8.00: p.m. Midweek Meeting.Prayer Wednesday:

{ :, orbit when seen over Clewlston; ; CLEWlSTON ASSEHBLY 01' 7:3ctp.mPr'7erService.:
; Service.
orbit was estimated at 111 GOD
.t ... '.. : minutes. 8.45: p.m.-Cholr Practice. ZlS sorts aoeJsee t.ree&. 7 30: p.m.-YOUIII PeopIIs
Sponsored By
'I' .. <: CALYARYBAPTISTLBURCHJames F. KImbrel, Pastor deavor.
Booth Clewbtoa.
: a.m.-Sunda SchooJ.:

tt.j.. Sacred, Count Western 9:45 Rev. Herb Hgdon. Pastor 11:00: a.m.-Morning WOI'lhip.7DS'I' ClDJS'I1.\-
Clewiston Band :
Association a.m.-Sunday School.
:,, 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. 11:00: a.m.-Ch.\Idren'\ Clurch. Nertla 6agu4d A
SPECIAL ORDERS 7:00 7:30: p.m.-Evu.e1Iatic ServIce B. 3. GoodrIch, Jn1sW,!!
: p.m.-Baptist Training
: nOLDtlOGE MUSIC Union. : 10:00: a.m.-BIble SchooL

,I ; All proceeds to the Clewiston High School Sugarland Band YU S-4781 Tuesday 8.00: p.m.: -Worship: Service. 7:45: p.m.-Chr1at'r'. Amba..acS11'00: a.m.-eommunlDD Worahlg Ser sri

Thursday: ...
p.rn.-Brotherbood.: 7'30: p.m.-eommunlOll
7:30: p.mPra7er and Bible WorshipS

7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer. Study. WednesdaT'
Did You Know? Friday:
Thursday: 7'30 p.nr"BWe[ Study
; 4:00: p.m.-Roral Rangers for
8.00: p.m.-Cholr
SUNDAY You goyi.This .
Jp.m. can getBarBQ

to GO! Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The.Following:

Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's lac

Clewuton High School Adults $J.25. Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department "
Phone 2-5501

Auditorium Students .75 Ai Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture Clewiston FecIC"

a $>
Phone 28501Pridgen Store SAVINGS LOAN t

Phone YU 2-9322 CitiesService I Inc.
"It' Easy: to Pay Royal's

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navigation channel we must hour shifts, seven ((7)) days a \

head submits hays set a minimum criteriafor week, with no shutdown of the Morrell Tigers shatter y
report vertical and horizontal locks for lunch or otherwise, ,
bridge clearances of no less during the entire sixteen ((16))
than 90 ((90)) feet horizontal be- hour period.
m recreation conference to Assn. tween fenders and no less than The need for these Improvements records Saturday nightTwo
sixty-five ((65)) feet vertical on will increase many, many
fixed bridges It hat been twentyfive times over with the completionof

((25)) years since a bridgeof the last link now underwayon records were broken Sat- Clewlston, Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
"Resident Paul Franklin and less than ninety ((90)) feet the West Coast Inland Waterway urday night as Alberto Morrell Thursday, 30 1904 I
ecutive Secretary Howard horizontal clearance has been near Venice. The Okeecho- and company scored a record January ____
nta of Okeechobee Waterway .SpJJJd o/lwA ,built on the Okeechobee Water bee Waterway needs these Improvements breaking 82 points for Clewiston
soclatlon attended the Gov. way but recent developments to adequately furnish High School. MorreU's 41 Individual -

er's conference on Water Re- brought about by the request a vital link in waterway points set a record, breaking 2
ircei Development Program of the Florida State Road Department traffic: between the east and the previous 39 point record

Tallahassee recently and pre- acing the waterborne commerce spending of vast amounts of to install a used west coasts of Florida.On he held Jointly with Ronnie Robi-
ited recommendation of the data for Florida waterways, reveals money. Some of the work has bridge at Fort Denaud of tell behalf of our ten ((10)) member son The 82 point avalanche 1A
loclatlon.At. that no waterway in all already been completed or Is in than ninety ((90)) feet clearly Chambers of Commerce and covered Ft. Meade'a 58, for
Franklin 1, speaking for the of Florida carried more "local" the process of being completedon points out that the minimum all of southern Florida, we are Clewlston's sixth Ridge Conference .
loclatlon. laid It represents tonnage than the Okeechobee the upper Caloosahatchee criteria a* set forth must. be requesting the following urgently victory.
i Chambers of Commerce Waterway. In total overall tonnage river. To proceed further with established now. : heeded j Improvements. Highlighting the exceptionally
"mg the Waterway, and tttat the Okeechobee Waterway the needed improvements will To further the growth of the (1)) Minimum I 1 maintained fine evening for Morrell is the

presented the requests in carried over 330,000 tons, surpassed require congressional action of Okeechobee Waterway we needto standards for the navigation fact that he sat on the bench
sir behalf; only by traffic on the increasing project dimension establish longer locking hoursat channel of twelve ((12)) feet for 6 minutes the last half as
these requests were (1) Mln- St. Johns River, and on the.Jn- for minimum depths and widths. our three ((3)), and soon to be depth and one hundred twenty- the reserves gained experience
um maintained project depth traccastal Waterway from Fer- The project depts as establishedby four (4)); controlling locks.' A five ((125)) feet bottom width. against the Miners.An .
twelve feet with minimum of nandlna Harbor to Miami. This Congress many years ago number of years ago the locks '((2) The immediate establish assortment of defenses
:J feet bottom width across en. represented an Increase of al. was only eight ((8)) feet from were operated on a 24-hour, ment of a minimum criteria for were helpless against the high
e waterway. ((2) Minimum most 50,000 tons over the previous the Atlantic to Fort Myers, ten around the clock schedule. With all bridges of ninety ((90)) feet scoring ace, as he repeatedlyhit
:terla for vertical and horizont year, but these figures do ((10) feet from there to Punta the steady increase each year horizontal clearance and sixty- with one band pushshotsfrom ni
I clearance between bridge not tell the whole story becausethe Rassa, and twelve ((12)) feet on in the amount of commercialand five ((65)) feet vertical clearance 20 to 2J feet out and on
no less than 90 feet horizon- lower Caloosahatchee river to the Gulf of Mexico. The bottom pleaseure water traffic, the on all fixed bridges. shorter chip shots as they moved

i and 65 feet vertical on fixed alone carries a vast amount of width is restricted to present locking schedules are ((3)) A minimum of sixteen ((16)) out to cover him. :
Idgei. ((3)) A minimum of 18 water traffic in shrimpers, trawlers eighty ((80)) feet in most places. entirely Inadequate. The most hours, dally continuous locking Mike Mazzina: was back In
ntlnuous operating hours one frequent complaint is this restricted action for the first time since
barges, etc., which is unaccounted facilities.
locking: facilities on the for In the official Therefore, our first need in locking schedule There- the removal of the cast from his
terway, with no shutdown for. figures. Just Improvement is a minimum Ion, we are requesting the est broken fingers and scored 14
ich or otherwise. one company maintained project depth of alone last brought In to
the[ remarks of Mr. Franklin, year twelve ((12)) feet with a minimum sixteen ((16)) hours, dally, continuous a preliminary game C0rbin' -
Fort Myers over 160,000 tons of
i fuU. follow: oil by barges. of one hundred twenty-five ((125)) locking facilities. This Local residents and membersof all-stars defeated Glades
The Okeechobee Waterway As- feet bottom width across the would be two ((2)) continuous 8- the Garden Club will be interested Gas of the Men's League by a
f iatlon was formed In 1962 by However, the Okeechobee entire Waterway. When present in the West Palm Beach narrow margin.
) Chambers of Commerce of Waterway is outdated In many work Is completed on the upper Garden Club tour of four area Fort Meade ((58)) G F T

Ise) communities bordering the respects and its limitations area Caloosahatchee, it will have a homes on February 8. The orchid Neely ....?........,?..,._ 2 0 4
Waterway. The As- serious handicap to Its continued depth of twenty-two ((22)) feet gardens of Mr. and Mrs. .
fcechobee" 'f StltNG' Barwick -.".._?..._._ 3 1 7
tiatlon Is the official repre- growth. This Waterwayhas from Moore Haven to Beautiful Lewis C Vaughn and Mr. and Schalll ,M............ 3 5 11
itative of these ten (10)) Champs not kept pace with the eco Island above Fort Myers, but Mrs. D. Montpe Jordan at 6000S. Mitchell ._..__.._. 5 2 12
of Commerce located on nomic growth of South Florida. there are no provision or plans Olive Ave. will also be on Hendrlx ."".._.___ 0 8 8
k Waterway and war brought It U still operated under the for the increasing of the depth view and will provide a real Russell ._....__.._" 0 4 4
but in order to further the de- same project dimensions as set from this point to the Gulf. This Boats Guides Gas Ice thrill to all flower lovers. Stokes ."_.._"_." 3 8 It
pment of the Waterway thato forth by Act of Congress of part of the Waterway from Fishing Tackle Supplies Tickets are on sale at the

vital to their ecenomy.: We March 2. 1945. Ills time that Beautiful Island to Punta Rassais various locations on the tour, Totals _... ..___.. IS 26 58
speaking on behalf of these this vital link between the Gulf where it is most needed as Johnson'sFishing 3510 N. Flagler Drive, and 211 Ctewlaton (82)) G... F. T

, ((10)) Chambers of Commerce. Coast and Atlantic Coast be of now. Flagler Lane, West Palm Beach, A. Morrell ._.__. 111 5 41
The latest report of the U. S. brought up to date. The needed In addition to tnese minimum Camp 149 Clarke Ave., and 1230 N. Yoder "..."......".".. 0 0 0
*iy Corps of Engineer cov- Improvements do not require the maintained standards for the dewbton. Flo. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach. Bible._"_....___. 4 1 I

I Farrar ...___"._"._." 1 0 2
Canners ...._..._".. Z 0 4
bodcodftb Sensational Price Reductions Baldree......_._... 1 0 Z
: SEMI ANNUAI Mazzlna _.."..._..__, 8 2 I4
Only $10. Down Delivers Your Choice Busick ..,...._...._._ 1 0 2
M. Morrell __...._ :2 0 4
Bowden _.._""_..__ :1: 0 4

$50 Totals ,.............. _37 9 82
Fort Meade.. 10 13 11 19-58 AL MORRELL SET A CLEWISTON HIGH school scoriae record
u1 to Clewlston .... IS 19 25 22-82 Saturday night as he netted 41 point In doing 10, he
$25 TIADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR broke a retard held jointly by Ronnie Robison and Morrell,
Huge Price Reductions YOUR OLD LlVINGROOM SUITE who tied It a couple week ago In Frostproof.-STAFF PHOTO.

Purchases Streaks down
?a $
* Close-Outs )O. TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE Arcadia continues conquestof

'All Bring You Tremendous aVlngslISTAIUSHID Tigers 61-49 Ridge conference titleThe

The Sebrlng Blue Streaks best
teaBQdfOCki ed the "hot and cold" Clewlston
Arcadia Bulldogs got the aces Yarbrough. Dodd It deadly
Tigers 61-49 in a Ridge Conference opening tip-off Tuesday night in from the outside, from where j
Present. game in Sebrlng Friday: Clewlston and were never in he chipped in 19 points.

I trw\\ High Fashioned Decorator Elegance night"at home"Sebrlng wins is and noted are for virtu-its danger winning throughout 8267 over the tho Tigers game, Arcadia ((82) G F' T J

ally' unbeatable on their home The victory was the tenth in 11 Dodd .."..___"__ 8 3 19

court. conference starts this season. Latimer ...__...._.. 8 2 14
!t ; k > TL I at Prices Al Morrell paced Clewlston Jim Yarbrough, 6'6' centerof Yarbroulh "._._. 12 2 26
x- t4 with 14 points, while Gary Rapp the Bulldogs, was high point Womack .___ 2 1 5GuIdry
Fashio + OU led Sebrlng with 23 points. Clew. man for the evening with 26 ...__.".." 1 1 3
Afford! lston scored only 4 points in the points, most of them hook shots Waldron ......._."_. ...O 2 2
is a look i "cold" third quarter, while Se under and around the basket. Devers .__"_. I 3 13

ti- bring bucketed 17 points. Yarbrough, a Junior, has a Collins ...._...__.._._ 0 0 0
Sebrlng also won over the local career high of 40 points for a
a price "B" squad 53.39. single game and is presently Totals ......___... S4 14 82Clewiston
Morrell 54 14,
Clewlston -
ONLY Farrar 1-0-2, Baldree 2-1-5, averaging a game (In) G F T
Al Morrell, Tiger scoring ace,
Mazzina 6-0- A. MorreU __ 10 3 23
: Carrlthers 1-3-5.
.,_ ; r r $10.00DOWN 12, Bible 4-1-9. M. Morrell 102. was high The for the losers with 23 Mazzlna ..__._ 7 4 16Carlthers
points. Tigers on mostly
Totals 20949. .____ 4 3 11
shots able to hit
Sebrlng Johnson 5-2-12, "long" were Bible ....___.. 5 0 10
28 out of 83 tries while
only ,
Y 6-1 13. Baldree _...__ Z 0 4
: 0. Ridley -
tLr.: : the victors hit for 50 cent,
DELIVERS THIS Ring 2.1-5 Purvis -4, Rapp per Yoder ........____ 0 0 0
:34 for 69.Yarbrough.
i ( f1' voo -' COMPLETE 7 PIECI 7.9-23, Gates 0, Lynn 1-0-2, M. Morrell 0 1 1
+ ROOM GROUP Travers 0, Schall 1-0-2. Totals, works with teammate Farrar __"._. .0 0 0
Rick Dodd to make a high
''" N Strlit TtbtosWe

_, r Lhl Below Clewlston 24-13-d. .-. 11 24 4 10-49 scoring Inside-outside combin- Totals ..... .._"..., 28 11 67

the fleets you get Sebrlng _? 14 11 17 19-! 1 ation. When congestion ellmln- Arcadia _..- 26 20 15 21-82

r' .-, 1--' RICH PROVINCIAL SOFA one STOCK Clewlston 14 23 13 17-67

w A if LOVELY ACCENTlCHAIR ?PUCII.....,$IMOO Parkinson', Bowling NewsLADIES "The Tiger "B" squad kept Its

if 2 STEP TABLES SOFA ?.....11,oo record unblemished by losing
4 ( MATCHING COCKTAIL TABLE ... WOWY winnersParkinson' OF LAKE again, 4133. Scoring for Clewis- '
$254 95 IAMis.Ii5
nI E 2 AUTHENTIC TABLE LAMPS ... Old South Bar-B-G ...48% 31ft ton were Bennett 2, Nelson I,
with trade won their second Sport Shop....M.....,...... 47 33 Jones 16 Lang 2, Beardsley 4,
hot game of the season Monday. U. S. Sugar Corp. ..? 42ft 37ft McConville 5 and Barton 3.
p night as they defeated a Robl- Wilson Lumber Co. .. 41 39
'I 7 sonless Corbln's team 39-21 in Baldree's ..____ 39 41 The Tigers Journey to Avon

Matching Early/ American the opener and WOWY defeated Canebrake_........*. 38V4 41% Park Friday night for a con-
EARLY? AMERICAN STYLE and DESIGN, PLATFORM Thrifty Drug in the nightcap Parkinson's -"__ 34V4 45ft ference encounter and to Moore
m J 5944. Haven next Tuesday night They
Hare Lumber Co. 31 49
In ? Beautiful ROCKER Raymond Kuebner was highpoint :. return to their home court Feb f
Salem Maple/ i man in the opening game High Series &r HdcpD. 7 and 8 for games with Frost
r' OnIr'$592. r eeto Swindle Belcher _. 463 574
with 17 points while Billy proof and.Belle Glade.
s f tONtr and Jim Buchanan were C. Wilson ___ 4S2 548
( high for Corbins with 4 each. W. Plank __ 4Z3 _
Ronnie Robison, who has been N. "awlOn 535 Sugarland Pharmacy

the scoring punch for Corbln's
Scr IIdcp
and his mh Game
the missing
was among N. ClawlOn __ __ Z14 PIZZAYU
usual 20-25 points per game were C. Wilson .._._ 1711 Z10
$10.00.r their absence.
consplclous Psrklnson's-Stltt 7. Estep 4, D. Belcher _,_ 168 ZOS 2.3311
W. Plank 168 _.
2 Jones 4, Dyal, Heub-
Diets, ,
.... _
DOWN Corbln's- N. Clawson .166
-" ner 17, Hargrave 3;
Delivers Either McDuffle Z, Swindle 4, Buchanan -

afro ,. moo Group 4, Tecton 3, Westberry 2, Mc- Tigers third in Foam rubber
Colley 2, Baker 2, and Welch 2.

f ;ew. 'AKI II h.. 24 Danny Hall scored 22 points Ridge conferenceClewlston's full sizeHideaBed
atoxrxsR.wnibl. In a losnlg effort for Thrifty
SOLID Cuahtonsl ol49uaxct31e.OeW1 Drug, while Buren Halls was capable, but unpredictable -
high with 19 for WOwy closely Tigers are in third
en Sete. and Chain.r followed by Bobby Glddcns with place in the Ridge Conference

S 'PIECE LIVINGROOM GROtlP 18.: standings at the beginning of with lavendar
X1t99 covered
C S PIECE SOFABED GROUP WOWY-Blackwell 2, Carruth- this week. :
ers 12, Glddens 18, B. Baker 8. breathable naugahydo II
The league is lead by Arcadia, I
Tw / 13 a W 3,
eslN AM b Cw hlM4 wlrh b UplMlitafy *M.This m OntitMtfif MM.soFAsn Wlnn 2 White 4, Blount Z, Billiard with their 9-1 record (having
been beaten only by Sebring, In
TAN 4Mw1 taJ.+ .ufir. 9 Perry 2, and Hall 22. Only $159.50
*r i CUSHION mm I .. : Sebrlng), whllo Sebrlng tied
MATCHING CKAItJHUTHIMnCIAIlVAMHICXNTAIUl a, with Frostproof for second place
X40. e with identical 1-3 records.
.a. h.trae.a Will be $10.00
Double "A"Roofing Clewlston Is 6-5 In conference
week until sold.
and 10-6 overall and is most per
Nit / 1 i
1 1
capable of knocking: off any opponent
on any given night.
Standings Van Cothern's

Licensed Arcadia _..._... 1-1 14.1Sebring

Furniture CompanyYour ....................... 7-3 104Trostproof
Gid dens Bonded Custom
..._.._.... 7-3 10.3Clewlaton
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free Estimates on All Types Sol
Badcock Dealer Roofing and Fainting Avon Pak...,_... U 57 Upholstery
Lake Placid .._. U 94Okeechobee
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Telephone YU 2721 Bond Street Clew ton, Fla. CLEWISTON FLA. Fort Mead. ._.1-12 1-14

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Pace Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlatoe. :na. residentContinued areas Florida which and other c:.u1llt1'1l
Winter Bowlingnews are semi.
__ Thursday, January 30, 11184 has 87 different kinda or trophy snake

from One) records of Ross Allen .
( Page )
Youth center girls and DeMolay da's Silver Spring reveal
Earl Morrison 3.40,12,41-166. these, only seven are
I Red Smith 38, 62,41,41-162. Allen said, ooaonOUl
Charles Wlesenfeld 41, 44, 50, IIUPY XII LEAGUC
boys win Saturday bike races 45-180. Team W L Florida's Silver

Flrmlt HUM Potashnlck-Badgett .... 41 30 Spring new
The Youth Center girls raced Second Period Phy. Ed. Class i Leroy Hare 43, 40, 45, 40-168. Glades Restaurant .... 38 34 map stat to was the first IIIIht
their way to a record breaking Steve Sexton Bubba Schneiderand Glenn Etherton 47, 44, 48, 44 A&W Root Beer ............ 38 38 Kennedy"carry for the Sam, 'CaPe
victory la the Little "25" bicyclerace Eugene lime; Boy Scout -181. Dan's Dragline Service 29 43 Canaveral the former CaPe
Saturday Jan. 18th and the Troop 600 David McCarthy 171. area.
,. Bill Baker 45 42, 43, 41- Handicap Score
bested five other Cesar Martinez, Kenny Strick- .wgg r rg r
DeMolay boys Dick Baker 42. 44, '5. 48-177. Game Series

competitors U the boys Lltll."SO" land and Danny Quinton; Fourth Ernie Cornette 45, 42, 45, 45 Mary Evans............... 205 ...... CARD OF THANKS
annual events Period Ph '. Ed. Class, Funky
race. The ) -177 Jackie: Byrd ........., 198 559: I would like to express
are sponsored by; the dewlston Robertson and Arnold :Fletcher: ; Miller 44, 43, 43, 43-173. my1D.
Nigel Bonnie Brasher ....... .... 543 predation to every person
Recreation DepartmentThe Youth Center, Jimmy Davis, 4 r George Llneberger 43, 51, 47, Jenny Hendry ......_193 524 organization hi the area sang
team of Quits Mazzina, Lawrence Worth Terry Jones 1 49-190. who.
Barbara Waters Donna Morri and David Angel; Third Period k'22 Frank Zemonek '47, 44, 45, 45 Scratch Score much kindness to and help meant n
son and Gall Roland clipped a Phy. Ed. Class. Pat Carlton, -181. Game Series our ramllYSpeea111!
Evans ... .. 173 ...... at Christmas time-and
minute 30 seconds off last Pete Schmidt and Alberto Paer. Bob McColley 53, 49, 45, 44 Mary w. during
year's record with a fast time -191. Frances Carlln .- ...173 48S my husband's seven weeks i III
.._.._.. the hospital
Jackie IS9442
of 25:22.5.: H. T Vaughn, Jr., 49, 48, 49, Byrd
The Pep Squad of Susan 48-192. Helen Elate ......_ 150 428 kindness We will to never our family forget yOur

Schneider, Faye Guthrle, Judy Second Flight
Brantley and Judy Brasher finished \ Campbell Nail 46, 44, 44, 41 LAKE BOWLING LEAGUEU. John E. and Betty Sniff!
second and the Rainbow
: -175. S. Sugar Corp., Clewiston 42 ,
girls entry of Sheila Barbara Carlton Jo, Junior BoysBasketball y 6 Bill Prewltt 44, 45, 49, 50-188. Frostle ., ......__..__. 40 CARD OF THANKS
finished Ross Egnew 52, U, 56 36202. WOWY ......M........ulr...I.I..n-r 40 To the
Royal and Joy H. T. Vaughn, Sr. 48, 48, 52, High Team Set many individual who
d third, In the race of 25 laps. were so generous to
49-195. FrOStle........_... ._. 2,397High us, to tilt
The DeMolay team composedof Kiwanls MEMBERS OF TIlE "B" SQUAD of ClewU- Lawrence Worth Sammy Lang Larry Colley, Eddie Swindle 55, 596153228. -ujn.iliu" various clubs, churches, to tilt
The team seems to Team GameU.
Don Edwards, Mike Fletcher, ton High School are, front row, Brace MeMike Bennett, Jimmy Nelson and Coach Joe management and personnel
Bob McDaniel 53, 51, 52, 54 of
Mike Gordon and Lynwood, be In high gear this year sportIng Convllle. David Beardnley, Gary Redbh, Bund/' S. Sugar, Bryant ........,863 the United States Sugar Corpor.
Bishop won their 50 lap eventin a 5-0 record while holding Rudy Barton, and Bobby Jones standing, -210. High Ind. Set atlon, we wish to
a slow time of 45:41.4.: The their opponents to an averageof Cecil Parkinson 49, 50, 50. 49 Sidney Smith .............?..., 570 sincere thanks for express the many our,
record Is held by the 8.2 points per game Mickey teamed and scored 13 and 10 -198. High lost Game
present up acts.of( kindness to
Student Council with 41:53.4: last Williams and Allen Carlton are points respectively to give the With our boys in the armed services Ivan Shore 52, 51, 58, 66-227. John Palham ...._....,..-_.,. 227 when our home was us de.recently
year. the Ugh point men for the Rotary a 28-10 victory over the Ladle' Chantplomhlp Men Over' SOU strayed by fire.
Other teams and the order of Kiwanls cagers. Lions. Richard Murphy scored Addle McGehee 50, 50, SO, 49 Bob Pearce, WOWY .._-.. !507 The numerous gifts of furniture
Last Tuesday the Klwanlans -197. Hank Andrels. USE Clew. ... 517
finish Include: 8 and William Navarro scored clothing, money, house-
outscored the Lions by a margin 4 for the Lions. Margie Hendry 53, 62, 56, 63 Harry Vaughn, Jr. USS Clew 501'John hold Items, linens, food etc,
of 31.7 while the Volunteer League Standings -234. Palham, USS Bryant 510 enabled us to be together at i
EDWARDS Fire Department exchanged baskets Team- W L Ruby McIntyre 51, 55, 54, 54 Clarence Throop USS Bryant 541 family much sooner than
with the Rotary In the Kiwanls ..__'__-._..'_ 5 0 -217. Sidney Smith, Frostle .._._.? 570 had hoped.
Plumbing RepairReplacements last few minutes of the game, Vol. Fire Dept __ 2 3 rrw't Dot Vtttorl 57, 52. 58, 59-226. Wilbur Mlncey. Frostle ._. 501 Our sincere thanks, and nay

but the VFD came out on top Lions _-....__. ..H 2 3 Ladle First Flight Hen Over 200 God bless each any every
21-20 as the buzzer sounded to Rotary ...?..............utm 1 4 Louise Welienfeld 60, 62, 53 50 'Hank Andreis ....................,,- 220 of you. one
Installations, end the game -228. John Palham ....*.??...._. ..227'
Trouble Shooting In Thursday's games,, the Kl- Claire Vaughn '75, 74, xx, xx, Sidney Smith ......... _.._ 200 Mrs. Isabelle Allison
wants held the VFD to a measly Men's basketball -149 (did not complete). Wilbur Mlncey.,...... .. ,-*,.. .. 206 and family.
4 points as Allen Carlton dumped r
"Septic+ Tank A
In 20 points out of a total of games rescheduledIn
Specialty' 41 for the winners. Danny Shaf-

Call YU 2-6711 fer acored the VFD's 4 points. order to speed up the completion GARTH L. KENNETII LESTER

325 E. Ventura In the second game, Freddie date of the Men's City i *' 7t"gc
Robertson and Jerry Holoubek Basketball League, games have : t
been rescheduled and will be
played every Monday and Thursday
evenings. A new game time
has also been announced by
Woody Carruthers, league direr
tor, 7:30: for the first game and
8:30: for the second game.
The revised schedule Is as

Branch follows Thursday: Jan. 30-Corbln's y

va. Thrifty; Glades Gas vs. wr w14

S WOWY. .... C t ty
: Parkinson's .F a.
Monday, Feb. 3 -
: OfficeWe vs. Glades Gas; WOWY vs. Cor "
bln's. ; e :
Thursday, Feb. 6 Glades Gas '
1 1II.
vs. Carbin's; Parkinson's vs.

Thrifty.Monday, Feb. 10--Thrifty vs. II... o e>
Glades Gas; WOWY vs. Parkin 'I,.. [,1 4l

Even Pay The Postage! son's.Thursday Feb. 13 Glades l,.. dI

Gas vs. WOWY; Corbin's vs. BONNIE RONNIE '

Make deposits, add to your savings account Thrifty.Monday, Feb. 17-Glades Gas THE LEWIS FAMILYMr. -

bills all through the mails! vs.bln's.Parkinson's; WOWY vs. Cor and Mrs. W. L. Lewis of cepter capable of flying under
pay 303 Alvarez Avenue, have three all weather conditions.
Thursday, Feb. 20-WOWY vs.
sons In the U. S. Navy now seraIng Key West is the southernmost
Our bank by mail plan saves you Gas.Parkinson's; Thrifty vs. Glades aboard the same ship, the military base In the United I

USS Passumpslc. operating; with States: It Is 90 miles from Cuba.
time and energy the Seventh Fleet In the Western -
Pacific. Their twin sons, Donnie CAMP DRUM N. Y. (FHTNC)
Sugarland Pharmacy and Ronnie, who enlisted In the -Marine Private First Class

Navy on reaching their 17th Charles L. Storey, son of Mr.
: FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON PIZZA birthday, were assigned to the and Mrs. Aron F. Storey of

,', same ship, a floating service Clewiston, Fla., Is participatingIn .
station for hips of the fleet at a ten-day Cold Weather 1
YU 2.3311 sea, on which their brother, Training Problem, called Snow- i
Lester Lewis Is serving. Ronnie fell at Camp Drum N. Y.The .
and Donnie are firemen, RonnieIn
--------- --- -- field problem will provide
the C&R Division and Donnle training In survival and
in the D Division, while Lester combat techniques under conditions
la S/N., company 059 on the of snow and cold. The
boat training Includes lectures and

STEAK The three followed In the footsteps field combat problems.

of brothers. Garth and lie is a member of Company"L"
Kenneth both of whom enlisted Third Battalion Sixth g i
In the Navy at 17. Mrs.Lewis Regiment, Second Marine DI-
said "I've gotten accustomed to vision Fleet Marine Force based A RealValentine '
HUNGRY It. As soon as the oldest reached at Camp Lejuene, N. C.
17, he wanted to be a sailor, and

the other four have followed GREAT LAKES; in. (FHTNO
along as soon as they reached Joseph A. Johnson, grandson
: 17." of Mrs. B. S. Nelll of 413 West For TheSweetheart
: : : Chef Ernest McCray Kenneth Lewis Is the only one Crescent Drive, Clewiston, Fla., ,

of the four to receive his boot began basic training recently at S
training at Great Lakes, HI. He the Naval Training Center, at r'fIn
: is ready to broil for YOU entered the Navy on July 11, Great Lakes, 111.
1955 and was assigned to Com The nine-week training Includes Your

pany 357, Communications He naval orientation, history
served three years In Arlington, and organization, seamanship, Kitchen
i : ;"' A, Selected, Top Grade, US Choice Va., and Fort Meade Maryland. ordnance and gunnery, military ,
Garth L. Lewis enlisted February drill, first aid and survival. e
20, 1953; received basic During the training recruits J
r' training at San Diego California receive tests and Interviews

; New York Cut and was assigned to Company which determine their future assignments
'?7. ",, 50, Squadron VF 41. He served In the Navy. Upon
aboard three carriers, the Bennlngton completing the program they
\ :, Forrestal and assigned to service schools
RandolphIn are :
: SIRLOIN STEAK the Mediterranean. His home lor technical training or to ships Exciting new built-in look!

: base was Oceana, Va. and stations for on-the-job] trainIng -
h Lester Lewis enlisted In January in a Navy rating specialty.

t 0\\ (Available from Noon for those who cant wait until 6 PJf.) _, 23 1981. and was assigned Naval training produces the CALORIC'S COMPACTO GAS RANGE
to Company 059; he has served power In seapower by supplying\
three years In the Western Pacific qualified personnel to man the
: aboard the USS Passumpslc. ships, planes and shore stations
Served in our dining room of today's Navy
Cooking conveniences
such as a keep warm oven that
: day Ronnie and Donnie entered the I CORPS, KOREA (AHTNO) be
every S can set as low 140
.. Navy on Sept U, 1963. They recelved Army Specialist Wour Mfflage C. as degrees.
boot training at
San Spires son of hit and Mrs.
.- Diego also Soon they will be Pert Spires, lit W. Del Monte Speedy, smokeless Hi-broiler ,that pulls all the way
the only two sailors '
left In the Ave., Clewiston. Fla., and other out.
.' PLAN NOW Enjoy Dining Out family since Lester Is due for members of the I Corps took

l 4i separation. part In Exercise: Snow Storm in Tri set burners removable for
cleaning are
Korea. easy so
The week-long training maneuver oven and broiler doors.
KEY WEST, Fla. (niTNC)- which ended Jan. 18,
Rafeal J. Catala, aviation structural : was designed to test the corps'
THE CLEWIS TON INN mechanic second class ability to operate la Korea win What more do you want in a Valentine?
USN, son of Mr.\ and Mrs R. J. ter conditions and to measure
i Catala of dewlston., Fla., Is the effect of extreme cold on
serving with Fighter Squadron men and equipmentThe
\ 101, based at the Naval Air Station 20-year-old soldier, a postal GLADES GAS COMPANYPhone
Key West, Fla.
YU 2-3501 clerk in the corps 10th Army
Clewiston Florida Telephone
The squadron trains pilots Postal Unit", entered the Army In

I malntenace rfcdar Intercept men for officers the F4B and August He is 1961.a 1961 grsdute of Clew YU 2.1311 DAN McCARTHY ,Clewiston, Fla.

Plianton II. a supersonic Inter iston High School.

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Miss McDonald tells Frances Lopes, Clara Brook. Fl*. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
Crust hire, Irene Huey, John Coch- Thursday January 30, 19J4

plans for wedding ran, George W Clark, Reba _
t frrnNES eYr Weaver, Jimmy Harrison, Joseph World' fastest wife. Mrs Barbara Nleland. M

Miss Alice McDonald daugh Davidson Norma Dyess, and later wheeled the Studebak.erSTP -

ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E McDonald Virginia McDuffie John Adam wheelsat Special around the
this week announced Herrln. T. C. Yon, Alice Cody, woman on famed Indianapolis Speedwayat ,I

--- - plans for her wedding to Mark Wm. Nail, Cecil Arnold. better than 100 miles per
Addison son o; Mrs Virginia Patients remaining E T. State Fair hour. She is one of three wom-

Scheffler installedt McDuffie of dewlstoo and Bobble Mathis, George W. dark Virginia en never given permission to
|//lrs. John Addison of Miami. McDuffie, John Adam TAMPA l'1a.-Beauty, brains drive on the speedway Amelia

The ceremony will take place Herrln, John Cochran T. C. and color will be added to the Earhart and Jacqueline Cocb-

Friday evening, January 31st. Yon, Fannie Stanford Dorothy thrills of high-speed competition ran are the others.
t Mothers Club banquet-meeting at eight o'clock at the dewlston Lowe, Wm. Nail. Eavinia Her offered race fans, according to The appearance of Miss Murphy

Assembly of Cod. All friends and sin, Joseph Davidson Ethel DozIer latest plans completed by racing will add much luster to the

n Abner K Vann, a past ponded graciously to encore after relatives are invited to attend Reba Weaver, Norma Dy officials and the Florida already attractive field of cars
was Installing offlcersident encore. the ceremony and the reception ess, Alice Cody, Jimmy Harrison State Fair for the IMCA grand and drivers entered the 5-day

lay evening when the Moth- Attending were Mr and Mrs which will follow.Happy Cecil Arnold Social Slew championship sprint car auto championship sprint car meet.

Club held Installation cere- Charles Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. enson. Teresa Edwards Geral. races here, Feb.! 5-9-9-1J and 15. At press time 40 cars and drivers

lea for Mri. John Scheffler. Bob Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. dine Dees, Eva Phelps I Ir representing every major
sident, )lrl. Ben Sanford. Hershel Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Birthday! circuit In the United States and

president. MM. George Woody Carruthers, Mr. and Canada, had officially filed anda

eberger secretary and MM.el Mrs. Pat Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Jan. 30 Sara E. Fountain record 50 mark Is anticipated:

Knedler. treasurer. Mrs. Jack Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Betty Sue Austin, W. A. (Bill) Births- before the deadline.
[ Drake 1 Is the retiring presl- Ercel Knedle, Mr and Mrs. Moore.
Ercel :Knedler, Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. Crust/ Batte-FrIed Chicken Is dellclouily crisp on the outside Already on the roster are Gordon
t. Jan. 31 LUah Florentine and.tender on the Inside. The bitter has delicate corn flavor and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lee of Woolley IMCA national '
Bobby Giddens Mr.
lr,. Vann recalled some Mrs. Ernie Redish and Billy Blount Lucille G. Weaver. crunch built light Into It because.: its prepared with. self-rising! Belle Glade are the proud parents champion; Jud Larson of Indianapolis
ahe ,Mr. and Mrs.
Club History Ralph Hays Dean Webb. corn: meal. of Jesse Donald Lee
:hers a son, fame; Jim Maguire
and Eben Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Self-rising meal adda extra nourluhment as
members well
,rmed the Feb. 1 -Bill Bowden Sandra as IV born
on January 17th at and
: eastern sprint car champion
John Scheffler to meals, thanks to added B-vltnmlns
missed by only] Mr. and Mrs your iron and calcium.
sts that she charter Jim Walker Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Jones, Edgar Teuton. TJ.e both self-rising1 corn meal and flour In all your cooking, Good Samaritan Hospital, West winner of 8 out of 12 features;
being a
ew months Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. QuIncyWestber1'1 Feb. 2 J. M. Lankford. and baking, being sure' the sack or container states "enriched", Palm Beach. The baby weighed Pete Folse three-time IMCA
moor of the club which was Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nancy Jennings, Mrs. E. E. ito'get all those Important nutrients at no extra coat ".., T, pounds, 7,<4 ounces. Mrs. Lee sprint champion In the Thomas
years old last summer Montgomery, Carolyn Booth. Seasonings In the cornmeal batter give your chicken dlnneri, is the former Cathy Holly. of Offy; Bob Coulter of California
delicious buffet dinner was Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton a flavor boost Use this batter Idea for other food vegetables,'
members and their WIlliaIJ1l."Entertaining". Feb. Dolores Sutton Glenn fish,.chops and Self-rUhifT cornmeal: and flour have dewlston. and Al Unser of Albuquerque,
ed to rae Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smithare
and a Glass. leavening and salt 'to make baking; with them extra N. M.
bands and guests, Feb. I Parian Leydig. convenient; the parents, by adoption
ne of human Bingo, directed Marie C. Webb Mrs Pauline CRUSTY BATTERrFRIEb: CinCKEIfVi of a son, born September' 29,
Woody Carruthers. provided is 1963. The Smiths have named Lots More In '64'
Howell, Danny Taylor. to'S-pound fryingchicken,_ tcaxpoon: poultry seasnnlnf
(.rtalnment; prizes were woaLolita Feb. S J. R. Spratt, W. D. cut up 14 teaspoon| seasoned salt their 4-month old child, Wilfred
Arnold, Ben Sanford Dana Patsy Elder Pearl Kreld- 1 tablespoon salt .12 toanpoon pepper Wayne Jr.
,er Vann and Jane Knedler. topic for sorority ler, Esther Pearlman, Mrs. J' cup. 'enriched KlfrUlnff.coramrai I' cup chicken broth Mr. and Mrs Jose Domlngues

;fts of appreciation were pre- Edythe Adams. ', HIT, beaten announce the birth of a son,
J JJ cup enriched If-rhoin& tat for
ted to Mrs. 1. O. Vaughan XI Delta Pi' Chapter of Beta flour deep fryingPlace Glynn Michael, in Sumter, S. C.,

s,, Pat Drake and Mrs. V. R Sigma Phi sorority met Wed- chicken in water .to cover.. :Add: salt, Simmer about 1$' on January 12th. The baby a
rdsley for their years of nesday, January 22 at the homeof Molly"Mullins singson minutes Cool chicken and broth befor making batter. To make weighed 8V4 pounds at birth.
rabershlp service. These Mrs. John Drake. batter, mix together corn meal flour and seasonings. Stir broth Mr. and Mrs Thomas Brook-
e are retiring because their Plans were made for a Valentine concert tour Into tgg. Add to dry ingredients; Stir until smooth. Dip chicken shire are the proud parents of a
Urcn have reached the age Party. tn batter. Let stand a few minutes before deep fat frying; Fry daughter, T ere s a Antoinette,

kh makes them Ineligible for Mrs. Bill Perry presented a Miss Molly Mullins, of Clewls- on in deep absorbent hot fat fapcr.((950 ilakea'. F.) for 4 serving about 10 minutes Drain cblckea: who arrived on January 24 at During the past ..Weekend Al

mbershlp. program "Entertainment in ton, a student at Newcombe College Hendry General Hospital, weighing Sweeney racing director for the

.Impromptu Happy Birth- the Home." She explained ways New Orleans, win sing six pounds, four ounces. Florida State Fair, and Andy
wa sung to Mr.Gear'l -of serving a meal from Continental with the 80-voice Tulane-New Worth Mrs Dennis Dana, Mrs. Roth Jr., 'Jan and Julie of Mr. and Mrs Dean Dyess are Granatelll, president of the

,berger who was observing style to TV trays. combe A Cappella Choir on its Charles Jones, Mrs. W. O. Morgan Eustls and T/Sgt. and Mrs. E the parents of a son, born in Chemical Compounds Corp., a
birthday on that date. of 1964 concert tour January 29- Mrs. Alice Barton, Mrs. E. Allen and sons, David, Bruce Hendry General Hospital on subsidiary of the Studebaker
In ad- Refreshments cake coffee, February 12. Dclores Duncan Mrs J, E. and Eric Patrick AFB Cocoa. January 27. The baby weighed Corporation signed for the ap
members served the
Tests of the and tea were by Concerts are being presentedin Baker Mrs. Billy Doane and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Yon 8H pounds and has been named of Paula Murphy, the
.. their husbands, were Mrs. Drake, to the following pearance
i hostess
Lake Charles, La., Houston Mrs. Mite Farmer. have moved from Winter Haven Dennle William. World's fastest woman on
nci Mrs. Abner H. Vann members: Mrs. Abner and Corpus Christi!, Texas, and Hostesses Mrs. Melvin and are residents of dewlston.Mr .
were Mr. and Mri. Tom Huey of wheels" in conjunction with theflveday
., nembers of Sugar Vann, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. in Mexico City Monterey, Mor- : :Yon an experienced heavy s.. Florlda'i ,'.01.1' annual'
Keen Jr. Mrs. J. Robison
W Bean the meet, at the
City are proud parents race
Perry .. ,
Inslazi;:: : Band: Billy Hagcr Lowe, Mrs-George Coleman Luis Potosl attraction!Ntw hibt! ,"mod-
SalUllo San
Jr. Duncan Murrow, Mrs. Douglas Ellis Mrs. ella, Mrs. Linda John, Mrs Gary equipment mechanic, is shop of a son, who arrived In Hendry Florida State Fair. clod bulldlngil' New altractlonil
E dc ,
t and Guadalajara in Old Mexico. foreman for his cousin T, C ,
Scott, Mrs. Richard Phelps and General Hospital on January 2<1. Sea Wom.n' Wold all new
inQulnton: and Kenny Joe Sexton and Mrs. Perry. Tour Is the Miss Murphy who recently this Ntw ltd Art E.h|.
The 1964 Concert Mrs W. F. NaU.i&l. Yon.. In dewlston Machine & The named Thomas William ytar. |lu
1 baby,
,rs The Jazz Band delighted third of the choir In Mexico. Repair Shop. established an all-time world billon-plui special Audubon
with their music weighed nine pounds, 12 t.hlbl.... 18th annual Florida I
ittendlng record of 161.29 miles hour
t Church form Mr, and Mrs. Ralph S. Martin per Eltctrlcol' LnpoHlon.Slat.
.e the social hour, and re- women have moved to Belle Glade ounces. with a Studcbaker Avantl at the and County sabbitr.canl., ,
Mr. and Mrs. Juan of
Junior Union II Lopes Bonneville Salt Flats will wheela iwlno, poultry and rabbit thowt
where he Is employed by Bob t
evening circleThe Immokalee are the proud pancots ,.,International Orchid Shaw
Studcbarker.std each
Davis Bulck: Company. pace car ... ..
of a girl, Dolores who was Amen an Hibltcin Shaw
elects officers Mrs Butt B. Owens and Mrs. afternoon, when she sends a ref Florida International Contor..
night circle of the Women's born in Hendry General Hospital
,RYS TAL Charles B. Owens were In Miami ord field away for the feature
Association of the Com- on January H, weighingseven
Kenneth Brannan elected Miss will also
was Monday and Tuesday attending race. Murphy appear
munity Presbyterian Church president of the Junior Union pounds 12 ounces. at the Women's World ex- BIG WEEKS I
the style showings.Mrs.
Thurs. FrL Sat met Tuesday evening at the spring Mr and Mrs Bennie Cody of 2
No. II of the Training Union, hibit at the fair and make a
Jan 30 31 Feb. 1NO Parish, House. These officer. Ross Egnew. who is ona LaBelle are the proud parentsof BIG SHOWSI!
First Baptist Church, at the PERSONALS I i number of radio and TV appear-
winter vacation !in dewlston, f
L. M. Weet- Susan Darllne who
were elected: Mrs. a girl, ,
children held afternoon
Advance for meeting Sunday
[ ances.
is Chicago this week at the
man chairman; Mrs. Glen Eth- with the leader, !4r.. W. F.Nail. was born on Tuesday January ,.... 4-*
' Fashion Market, buying spring
'WONDERFUL WORLD OF In General Miss Murphy also established
vice chairman Mrs. Cur- 28 Hendry Hospital
Ellis Clark was elected vice) Mr and Mrs. Ernie Simmons Hurricane) Hill Driver Thrill I
and will return to
liE BROTHERS GRIMM"Ip vin Martin, telephone chairman merchandise, Clewiston. The baby weighed a number of cross-country records Show Plus Jirry Murad'i Han
Yourself to Happiness Mr. Charlie Martinez, president; Lanny Sutton, secretary have returned from Rock Hill dewUton, Monday. Mrs. Egnewis 8% pounds. with another "flying house. monkoti and the rats Wog-
s to Charm Both Young ; ; ; Debbie Farmer and S. C., where they were called buyer for a large departmentstore one Sh.w. Eight big dismal' ,
and Old secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Marianne MIller Bible Leaders, last week by the death of his In her home town of Hoops- Tickle on wit row I
D. W. Judd. program chairman. and Lou Ann SIlcox and Kay sister, Mrs. Beulah Collins. e.bSa,9llandlJIMCA
111.Rev. .
Sun. MOD. Tues. introductory ton, lie Car Auto (am.Fob. .
An interesting Group Captains, No. 1 and 2 Miss Martha Davis of Cocoa
Feb. 2"STRAIT 3 4 and Mrs. Bruce Beards- .. 10-1S I
Africa given 3
JACKET' program on respectively. Beach spent the weekend In ley and children left this Monday Beauty Counselor RCA Champlomhln' .ocI.. ..
JOAN CRAWFORDNew by Mrs. H. H. Ford. Homemade cookies and punch dewlston with her parents, Mr. after a visit of several The wlldnt diem' In the wtit.Champion .
High in Shock Su.one .- The next meeting will be Tuesday \ were served at the meeting to and Mrs. W. A. Davis, Sr. weeks with his parents. Mr. and Cosmetics cowboyl, Iron: oil
evening, February 25th, at ever mo nation will bo riding
Remember, Its Only Marianne Miller, Debbie Farmer Marvin Thompson and Claud Mr.
Mrs. J. E Beardsley. rough rough To'ot stock for the
A Movie. eight o'clock at the home of Lou Ann Sllcox, Kenneth and Possuns of West Palm Beach Beardsley has accepted the pastorate custom-fitted for big' monoy..Eight big rodtoihowi.
_Mrs. W. L. Brantley, Jr. Steve Brannan, Lanny Sutton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. of the Presbyterian you land .Hclttti Order now.,.,.,v.d .,and.

and Ellis Clark. Fred McDonald Friday and Sat. Church at Branford where the available atMYRTIS' IN 'USON...ITONY IUDKEI
are now
s" urday family will reside, and a parishat

Baby shower honors Mr. and Mrs. Fred W Orris nearby Mlkesville. Far tlckor Information, phoneTampa
EXTRA had as a weekend guest G. E, Mrs. J, 1. McDaniel has returned BEAUTY SALON 231711 or 254-5811.
Boyer of Bethany, III, a cousinof from a week's visit In For trto Hcktl order form,wrlto
Florida' Stolo Fair (TICKETS
Mother and ).
\ lwtker A son Mr. Orris. Another cousin, Sumpter, S. C., with her daughter Phone YU 3-1861 P. 0. Sox 1231, Tampa.t .

Mrs. W. W. Smith and her Jack Cutler of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs, Joe Domlnguez and I
old and a friend, Lewis Thayer, of family, which includes a new
newly adopted son,
Grand Island, Nebr., were baby boy, born Jan. 12. She visited a .
Wayne, were
s guests In the Orris home this enroute with her brother and
baby shower at Fellowship
e !4Ni Han of First Baptist Church. week. The two young men.are sister Randolph Knight and WIlSON'S
and students at the University of Mrs. L. W. Blanton and their
table gift
( The serving
Illinois and were having a midterm families in Valdosta Ga.
decorated In blue
table were vacation Miss Dolores M. Yon of Bellflower -

brought and white.by The his young mother baby for was a Mrs. Kate Page of Okeecho- a suburb of Los Angeles, Bakerite 3Lb. Can 63t

brief visit, and won the heartsof bee returned to her home after California, has returned after aweek'
visit with her parents,
all with his happy, smiling! visiting her son, Bobby Page
and family for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Yon,

1 disposition.Mar. Richard Phelps and Mrs. Mr. Page has been recuperating and her brother, Raymond Yon.
from broken she Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. I
Scott were In charge of a arm received -
and Mrs. JohnG.
while on a fishing trip. Pickle and Mr.

opened and after displayed which Mrs.her Smith gifts. Mrs. Thomas B. Owens, Kay dinner. Corbin meeting attended of the the Lee annual County Pork & Beans . .19 Lux Liquid 12-oz. bott. 29
GRANULATED Pound cake lemonade, coffee, Owens and Denna Wood .pent
4IJI mints and nuts were served by the weekend in Tampa visiting Chamber of Commerce in

the hostesses to Mrs. Smith, Mrs Catherine Beauchamp and Fort Myers' Monday evening. I

1f..m 8'1 Mrs. Charles Newman Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Beau- BLUE PLATE BLUE PLATE

m.... Bethea Robert, Mrs.Stacy.Ben Mrs.Sanford Richard, Mrs. champ.Weekend guests in the home Mayonnaise . Ptse 250 Apple Jelly 2-lb. jar 290

Edward Swindle, Mrs. A. R. of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sage t
Broadfoot Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. were their daughters and their Patients admitted Oscar

THRIFTY Goldie Dunaway. Mrs. Doyle families, Mr. and Mrs. Nick A. Pratt. Mary P. Christian, DIXIE LILY DEL MONTE
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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, I'la. furnished to the State of Florida million for Improvement and ex- more boys may take an active nounced plans for the fed.

Thursday, January 30, 1984 In over 20 different kinds of pansion during 1964. Estimates part. urday monthly dinner try
., civil actions from bond validations t Indicate that station gain will Officers for the second semester will be shrimp and "w'for ,

suits to actions for restoration r exceed 1,500 stations and gross starting today, Include David all Elk. members and
ASC SEEK ELECTION of JudlcUl: competency revenue will Increase by one Miller, captain; Brian Beards- guests their

Reappoints Mr. Schaub also took prideIn ''srr million dollars during the coming ley, lieutenant, Keith Carter, A band has

the fact that his office with year. Bob Kelly David Carlson Manuel from West been en'l&Ie
fine cooperation of the Circuit Quantana, Luis de Armas, Beach 10
committee Vide music for
r state Judges of the Circuit, has as- Tony Sexton, Jerry Holoubek, ing the dancing, foUoa,.
elated in rehabilitating many Fry discusses Daniel Beardsley, Alan Phillips The meslllll
Orville # be 11.00 per plate,
of Agriculture with
r Secretary defendants. Most of these were k and Gary Roth. ditional DO a"
i Freeman recently announced first time offenders some under t of Officer Ernie Simmons Is the charge for the dallCl,

reappointment of Emery 21, some were fathers and outdoor sites safety patrol advisor.
T. Williams, Alachua Stuart
even mothers of large families, Sugarland
I C. Simpson, Monticello and Pharmacy
: many were suffering from Elks plan shrimp
Martin P. Roberts of Wauchula chronic Illness, lack of educa- for recreationS.
to the Florida Agricultural: Stabilization PIZZAYU
:,' and Conservation state tion or unemployment. dinner and! danceA.
Schaub stated that he bad *
committee. C Fry, Clewlston representative C. Ellison, exalted rulerof
been devoting virtually all of
the Tri-County
Members are chosen from on the BPOE lodge, has an- 2-3311
his time to the work of the
different geographical areas and Recreation Council, spoke at
represent major types of agriculture State Attorney's Office and Rotary'Club Monday'giving Information
that with another term In the "
In the state. Dr. Marshall z on the program of
office he believes be could .. ,-
complete -
outdoor recreation in the
of the area.
Walking director
his. program to bring the .. ..
extension serlvce University of \ Fry said coordination of efforts -
services of the office to the .... various state and local
ex-officio mem
Florida, Is an .
ber. public to the point of maximum !I. .I agencies will result in some CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc.

The State ASC Committee determines efficiency. By doing .o he ex- 'bI-, ... 'I : fine sites for outdoor, family- ,

policy at state level In plained that the residents of ,'" .f ". 1 type recreation in the area. 830 E. Sugarland Ilwy. YU 2.2661
the Circuit
connection with administeringthe FRANK SCIIAUB would receive the The Fish and Game Commission
maximum amount of service. .. .,,
'to Is Interested in proposalto
federal farm assigned a
programs has the
convictions have Included almost possible for each tax dollar paid on display following
ASC Service. Price make the 11 Canal a fish
to the
kind of felony for the DEPUTY SHERIFF SETH HOWARD with an exhibit *f
every operation of the
support and production adjustment charge such as murder, manslaughter some of the articles stolen from LaBelle homes. can and management area. This should
programs In cotton, pea and school buildings during the poet month. A small group, of bon restore the once-fine fishing to
nuts rice, tobacco sugar, feed robbery, bollta Citrus news notes In the 1S-16 year ate bracket, from substantial, respected this popular fishing ground New Mobile Homes
grains and wool. The committeealso moonshine operations, sexual families, contested the breakings and entering and" the theft, which Is so convenient for
offenses, forgeries, burglaries, By TED and were placed en three months' probation" by Judge Brow
administers the conservation GALLO, County Agent Clewlston residents and visitors.
grand larcenies, and commercial and N. Parson after a hearing ha Hendry County Juvenile
program aiding farmers Other agencies, including the 1 3-bedroom, 5,5x10' Marlette.! ,
frauds. Where Is Your Water Table Court. All of the alleged 2-old separate theft were made Ina
and ranchers In soil, water and 3. Grand Juries have been To keep abort period ef time, darting with the Christmas holidays, Central and Southern Florida
wildlife conservation work on a fairly accurate said Judge Parsons; an ef the stolen article were recovered Flood Control District, and the
related empanelled in every one of the check on the rooting depth available valuable 1 2-bedroom, 50x10' Marlette
their land and other programs except a piece of school science laboratory equipment Corps of Engineers, are cooperating
of the U. S. Departmentof counties of the Circuit many to your trees, sink a five for which the parent of the" boys" have paid. with local: county com-

Agriculture, assigned to ASCS times. These hard working foot length of pipe Into the missions, and Chambers of Com 1 2-bedroom 53x12' Marlette
by Congress. and the Secretary. Grand Jurors have considered ground. Water will seep up Into of the House Committee on Mir. merce in planning picnic ,
many difficult cases and returned the pipe to Its level In the soil. Paul Rogers chant Marine and Fisheries, and grounds, camp sites and boat
a number of Indictments These will give you a much its subcommittees Merchant
on ramps. Plans are being pushedat 1 3-bedroom 60x12' Marlette
State Attorney and some reports that were of different picture than the ditches. Marine and on Oceanography this time because of the construction

assistance to the public and Put these observation wellsin announces for The Sixth District is Florida's and excavation work

Schaub announcesFrank governmental agencies. the center of your beds as largest, with a population estimated being done In the Caloosahatchee 1 3-bedroom, 55x10' V/t bath Esquire

4. Files have been preparedand far away from your ditches as at 800,000. It covers some river, and other points around
Schaub has announced Indexed concerning felony possible. reelectionCongressman Loot square miles of South Lake Okeechobee.
2 2-bedroom 50x10 Belmonts
today that he will seek reelection charges in each county of the DtmomtraUoo Florida, including the countiesof Camp sites and picnic areas

as State Attorney for the Circuit. In the Paul G. Rogers Broward, Palm Beach Martin between Clewlston and South
near future win
12th Judicial Circuit, which Includes S. Over one million dollars have a sprayer demonstration.It we today announced he will be a Glades, Hendry Lee and Bay are being sought as well Also used 2bedroom'53x10' Great Lakes

Manatee, Sarasota,' De- has been collected from defaulting Is a small air carrier ma- candidate for reelection to the Collier. as sites and boat ramps at Or-

Soto. Charlotte. Collier counties., Lee, fathers through the enforcement chine which is adaptable for use United States House of Representatives tona, Moore Haven and LaBelle.

Glades and Hendry of the Uniform Support In from the Sixth District President Carl Hornsby announced
Schaub summarized the following our flatwoods area In young US 27 E ,Ph. YU 2-2661 Clewiston
" accomplishments of his of Dependents Act. groves. The time and place will of Florida. Telephone growth that the nominating
6. In addition to current be announced later. First elected to the 84th Congress committee will present a slats
three years In office: cases, the State Attorney's Office Blowing Sand In Young GrovesA in a special election on of officers at the February 17th

1. Each year has resultedin has processed many which real problem of young trees January 11, 1955, Rogers has costs $5 million meeting

a record number of felony were referred back for retrials is blowing sand On large plantIngs been re-elected to the 85th, 88th,

Informations filed. The total under the Gideon ruling. This this will be a hazard this 87th and 88th Congresses and is Inter-County Telephone System

1 number of criminal charges has resulted In a tremendous\ spring. We recommend plantinga now serving his fifth term in spent more than $5 millionfor New school patrol THE PETE SMITH HOMES

:' filed having more than doubled volume of unexpected cases spring cover crop of oats or ,Washington. He tanks in the expansion and improvement
In five years' time. with no corresponding increasein rye or a combination of the two. upper half of the House membership during 1963 reports the com boys begin dutyFor

2. Of the total number of manpower or funds to under- Some growers in our area have in seniority, and succeeded pany summarizing the growth Designed For Florida Living Pleasure
approximately I take this work, but the State done this. his father, the late Congressman during the year the first time in theschool's

:: / Attorney's Office has kept up The seed may be mixed with Dwight L. Rogers of New microwave facilities to history, the School Boys QUALITY - ECONOMYBuilt

to convictions. Convictions have to date with this additional the fertilizer and broadcast.Use Fort Lauderdale.In Cape Haze Pine Island and Safety Patrol Is operating on a

'. been obtained in about 75% of work. about two bushel of oats or a statement today, Rogers Sanlbel-Captlva from Fort My- two semester system whereby By.:

{ those cases going to trial These 7. Representation has been one bushel of rye per acre. Use said: ers and to Okeechobee and Fort SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA

two to three hundred pounds of "It has been my great privilege Meade from Avon Park were

4-12-12 per acre. The pH shouldbe to serve our District In part of the new growth. FLORIDA CORPORATION

5,W,0 for best growth of the Washington for 10 years, during
8 acres 330 feet cover crop. which We have seen a growth Two new exchanges were in- 2 Years Serving Florida's Home-Makers
stalled-at Zolfo Springs and at
New Orange VarietyA and development pattern unlike Sanlbel-Captiva Islands. A relay 70U p.liM SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
other section of Florida. My
On Caloosahatchee any / a6INf
r' River new early maturing (October has been station was erected at Corn- -
purpose to give our
) orange has been developedby well with a building and a 350 The Southernaire
people the full-time
near LaBelle the USDA. Budwood will be representation foot tower, the tallest ((350: feet) 7e
they deserve, and to reflect wry.
In the
system <
available in September 1964.
Good Price Good Terms The Page Is a dark orange "To their better views.enable me to have New telephone buildings _rebuilt This Seal MeansWe're

fleshed fruit easily peeled- the benfit of public opinion at at Moore Haven and Fort

DADE-MONROE REALTY should be a good fresh fruit home, it has been my practiceto Meade New dial switching Differentfrom
prospect equipment was Installed at
send out an annual questionnaire -
Hlfh Prices Moore Haven, which brought direct an insurance company
309 W. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3-2941! and over 52,000 people salesman
As .
distance i
Have you noticed the Increased responded last year. Of course, dialing to that independent insurance

activity in various fruit in addition to the legislative community.New agents,we- give you The Big

drinks now being promoted? function, as the representative plant work centers were Difference car and home insur

Everyone will "cash in" on the of our area in Washington I constructed in Fort Myers and ance-continuing,personal alien-

high prices now being paid for have felt It my responsibility Naples, to be used for warehousing tion. This kind of service might

citrus. to be of assistance to individual the materials and equip. mean hundreds, perhaps thousands .
citizens In their problems with ment.
J.tu J. 1903 Yearbook of Agriculture of dollars in your pocket.
; their Federal government, and The Inter County system with
The 1963 Yearbook of AgrlcuLture
to work for the interests of our approximately 700 year-round
ACREAGE is now off the The
press. tourism, agriculture, Industry, employees Is believed
to be the
title Is "A Place To Live. It Beardsley Nash
business and labor, as well as in largest year-round employer in
deals with the Impact of urban.izatlon
HOMESITES cooperation with city and county the area. J. N. Johnson, presI-
on our resources of land Insurance' Agency 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Carport Utility Room
and water. governments. said the company is operating
.' "I will base my re-election effort and maintaining physical Your Independent Agent Features:
%:i:, Your Congressman or Senator on this record of represen- plant with a value exceeding $37 Serve YOU First
t HOUSESNorth will send you a copy on request. tation, and will look forward to million. He added the company Ceramic Tile Sills Tub and Shower Vinyl Tile

& Southof the campaign in the months plans to spend in excess of S4 108 Eait Sngarland highway Floor and Base, Mfg Kitchen Cabinet, Awning W

highwayYou'll F.H.A. NEWS ahead."
Educated In the Broward INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS
.' find realistic prices Clewlston F. H. A. chapter
on every County public grade schools
met Tuesday evening: with Donna Fort Lauderdale High School 8 Off. 84<<-1355 FOR MORTGAGESWe
Beardsley listing.
Radish presiding.
and the University Florida
Re*. VI 8-2682
Plans 'were made for the F, Paul Rogers has been engagedIn .. refer you to many happy customers.

H. A. members to sell cookbooks the practice of law prior to CLIP and Mall For FREE BROClIURE ...
with recipes for salads on Saturday his first election. He is a com- ,

J. E. BEARDSLEY January 25th; cookbookson bat veteran of World War n, Thurmond We
meats and desserts are also having served In Europe with Knight Main Office, Southern Air Built HomesInc.1

REGISTERED HEAL ESTATE BROKERE. available Anyone wishing to buy the Army Field Artillery and P.O. Box 1871 Punta lords .
3422 Fowler i
should contact any FHA mem achieved the rank of major and "Accredited Farm & Land Droker"1'hurmoDd

Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU battalion commender.
2-7501 ber.The Knight Realty, Inc. orncssi Ft Myers Name
chapter Is pleased to an- Paul and his wife
Rebecca.have d
Bea...,., nivi.ri n.irk. 2010 A.. u. E
Mrs. Elsie Futch and :
nounce one child, Laing,
Rebecca wo* '.". B...*. n.rw. Riviera Beach Florida Address .
Mrs. Brasher as chapter moth- and maintain their home residence -
ers for the year. In West Palm Beach.

The winner of the F. H. A. Rogers Is a member of the --

Ii ATTENTION !Ij I- Christmas doll was Thadene House Committee on Interstate
Wynn. The chapter expresses and Foreign Commerce and Its r
j S: appreciation for the fine cooperation subcommittees on Special Investigations > Of
Farmers Cane Growers and Ranchers Complete Line
everyone gave this project. and on Public Health' : 'u ,
,: Sara Cato, Reporter. and Safety. He is also a member o,


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Mortgage-.o _

t'' Will Famish Cash. T* iS/WINVW

:' : Refinance debts. For Large or Small
Finance farm Improvements, new building, purchase h. ?LtONnW,7Y.L r
wind machines and Install Irrigation. Concrete
Jobs Our Radio
:'k Assist la purchase of a farm, grove er ranch. ,

'l' .. Purchase Provide capital more funds land for the farm enterprise. FREE II F Controlled Trucks Will

h HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES ATAL te .5 ..5_ r Deliver Your Needs Quick..
1. Lower payments.

':: S. Longer terms lap( to SO years). FULLER'S ly and Efficiently.

"" 5. Dependable service {serving agriculture exclusively "
( since 1917)).

4. Full prepayment privileges without penalty. d
6. Loan service by local people familiar with local agri s. .

we culture.If can be. of service U yon please write er phone ', Hflluj fcftfeto) Paint Store

t W. R. MAY Mgr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Ant. M

.'.' Federal Land Bank Associationof Complete Line of Point and Supplies Hare Lumber and

Phone YU 2-3281 ReadyMixlneCall

Bradenton [444 E. Sugarland Ilwy. Clewiston, .

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Clewlston., Fla. THE, CLEWISTON' NEWS Page Seven Special Notice

Thursday January 30, 1064 The registration books are la

Harlem for all persona who wish

ADS to register. You may do so any

Harlem NewsNews afternoon from 4 to 9 pm. at I

--- the home of Mrs Roy Bobo. All

NOTre! 10 CONTRACTORS day Saturday and Sunday. If

LASSIFIED RATES: TOUT WATER MAIN INTENSION: of Our Colored you have registered and have

STper word per Insertion. TO APPLICATIONS now availablefor REGISTERED CITRUS TREES CITY OF CLHJWI3TON, FLORIDA. Community not been voting you have been

!nil minimum charge; four Inertton positions of waitress. See for sale. Ready to go. J. M. salved leased by. propoaal th* und.rtlnd will be at th..-* MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored Newt Editor sent a card by John L. Han], supervisor

for the price of Ore Mrs HouUhon, The Clewlston Tomllnaon, Ona Fla. Phone RE office of the City of Cl.wlaton of registration Please

4I Inn. tfc S-2786. JanSOp February Florida, until 10. 114 I:I*at p. M. EST,. Phone YO 3-7891 sign the card and return to Mr.

PHONE YUkon 3-1201 and place they will b".Iabll: Hall. If you do not sign the
Mike MUicevic opened and raid' aloud Idrthday Party They enjoyed their stay In dew- card your name will be
Peewee whose DllDee appear The work for which the pro. Airs. Dassie Carter was honor Iston with church members and
ta be elaeaWed ads FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00 poaale are to b* submitted eon- ed with party on her birthday friends the registration boob Voting
l&i) data ot conatrectl.n of a* esten- Is a privilege. Use It
birds African lovebirds
Bay pick UP twe PUSN to up Mynah o'oa' of the water mala to tho Monday evening Jan 26.
the Dixie Crystal Theatre lI monkeys, cages supplies. City. Th. approximate quantitiesS 1964. at the Harlem Club Card el Thaak

el the New iNOUNCM'ENt I [ ." t.tlS' O Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Her special
eompUJBeaU $ I : guests assembled
18" Water Vala We the
Uti LIM ft. family of the late Miss
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21238.
tat Theatre. Paaeee most be S* Water Main I.S40 LI",. ft. around 9 p.m. and were seatedat Johnnie Mae
tic P Cut Iron Water 114 Smith wish to ex
ailed for beta Wedaeedsy. BLUM & SONS PLASTERING. Lln. It. Male a table especially arranged press our sincere thanks to our

Very Best Work. FOR SALE-Uprlght piano a ,,Fit pound/.. for' Water Italia, fte9 for the celebration. many friends for their kindness,

a We Save You Money .., bargain. Holdridge Music Co. 'ha" Ztttr V"'" -C. I- I .....tI. Under son lights Mrs. Carter during the Illness and passing
Plastering Stm tdsk- YU 24781. J'ebOa I'" Water Valve ..C. L, 4 oaob. and her guests enjoyed recorded of our loved one. We are grateful
Stucco-Free Estimate I HELP WANIfO: MEN \ fire HLin.. l'lpi Itea: led aeh.IAn ft music and danclnf.: On the Indeed to the staff of Hendry
Licensed and Insured FOR SALE.. Ford cylinder ROPlaclnr'sltumr.ou. menu was bans salads fried General Hospital ReddIck Funeral \
truck bunk beds bottled Paving chicken, mixed drinks cocktails
25 Years In Business camper II ''1. Yd.* Home Rev. Ik Holmes,
3850 Lora Street $65 WEEKLY AND :MORE. For gas stove and tanks. Ice All KaUrlaU ftirnlihad and all cake and mints and punch. incur friends and everyone who
er' t reliable man or woman to box. Equipped Just right for work porformtd .hall bo la aooordaneo The honoree received many shared in
Fort Myers. Fla. tic helping us bear our
service customers in weekend and with Dlani ipMlfloalloni beautiful and useful Assisting
Clewlston. fishing
camping. gifts
and burdens.
ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 contract doaumonU pen We pray that the heav.
4 e 40 run or part time. No Investment Cheap C. Standley, Lake Ear talnlnv: thtroto which oil beexamin.4 as hostesses were Mrs. Flos only Father will continue to

SINGER SEWING :MACHINE Write C. R. Ruble, DeptJ4. bor. 2tu City Manager at at the the office City Hall the In ale Vessel, Mrs. Louise Canty bless each and an of 70ILReapectfuI1y

representative will be at Old- P. O. Box 2447. Memphis Clowleton. Florida or at ttie of. Mrs. Oneda Williams Mrs. Or.
FOR SALE-1962 Chevrolet pick (Ice of the En 'ln..r, M M. ,
1UI [STATE FOR SALE dens Furniture store each Fri Tenn. itc up. Extra Clean. Low mile Prawltt Oranerc Bulldl... Clew Lee Robinson Mrs. Lucille\ Papa The Towson and Smith families
day. For parts sales, service liton Florida.A and Mrs. Beatrice Wallace. As
fOR SALE-Two corner lots stop In or can YU 24721. tic Kenneth A. Walker age. Phone YU 2-1664. Ito certified chock, caahltra each retired they wished Mrs. Card ef 'Thanks
bid bond
or In the sum ef
I| 2 houses, east Trinidad. One DISTRIBUTOR SALESMEN ((1))' RENT a new piano $8.00 per not. I... than fire p.r..ntum. Carter many happy returnsof We wish to express our deep
!Ir both, 17,500.00. For rent. 4- SLIP COVERS and drape Custom for Hendry and Glades counties. month on rental purchase mada laws of payable the amount of the bid the day. LACKLAND AFB Tex.-Air- appreciation and sincere thank
to the of
I o o m furnished apartment. made. Complete line of Powerful new electric pro- plan. Holdridge Music Co. Phone Cl.wleton ahall accompany City each Notice el Death man Ozle W. Tobias, son of Mr. to our many friends for their

adults only. YU 2-4250. Itp drapery and slip cover fabrics. duct, manufactured here In Floe- YU 24781. Feb20c bid d.r ass will guarantee!not withdraw that the hli bid.bid News of regret comes to the and Mrs. James Tobias of Moore kindness at the time of the Illness

' Free estimates. Call YU 2-5831, Ida, for farm home and Indus. after the opanlnr o( bide I and In friends Haven Fla., Is being reassignedto and passing of our loved
fOR SALE OR RENT Brand Van Cothern's Custom Furnitureand try. Prospects unlimited\ Income FOR SALE 1 h.p Evlnrude the event the contract I I. awarded many Mrs. MamieTlsh Chanute AFB, 111., for technical \ one the late Miss Johnnie Ma.
2-bedroom home. Ter- to the bidder h* will ..nt.rinto Johnson to hear of her
I new Ph. training
Upholstery. tic Fisherman Weedless. $60. as a United States
potential excellent Protectedterrltof'1. a contract, and furnlnh the death. Clark. We express our thank
razo floor; built-in kitchen; re- YU 2-2891. tfe required performance bond (allIn Monday afternoon 12:30: Air Force aircraft maintenance to the staff
five minute of
simple Hendry General
;Irlgorator! ; tile bath; centrallas FOR SALE-Payroll envelopes, which he ahall forf.lt the at the horn of Mrs. Julia Ram. specialist.
demonstration sells, $250 Investment F. B. bid deposit a* liquidated dam- where she resided. At Hospital Reddick Funeral
( heat; utility room car port. printed with form for social Royal *Ka sey press Airman Tobias who enlisted
required. Send resume to Home. Rev. L. Holmes New
Convenient to hospital and high security withholding and other Th. to time funeral arrangements were In the Air
City: reserves the rla-ht Force a short time Bethel
W. : Industrier all who
Burns Mercury sent cards,
hold the bill for alxty' (6O) day incomplete. Reddlck Funeral
Owner will help finance deductions. Box of 500. Clewlston has
Ichool. 7008 Hershey Way, Orlando FOR SALE-Ready to go. J. after the bid opening and to Home Is in charge of ago completed his initial messages of condolence and
.lor, responsible buyer. Immedl- News office U walv Informalities and arrangemenu. basic
any to military training here.
M. Ona who
Phone YU 2-9322 Fla. Personal Interview Tomllnson Fla. Phone r*].wt any: or all hid.. everyone shared in bringingus
lie possession. RADIO & TV SERVICE. Carlth- will be arranged. Upmiscellaras RE 278G.. 4tp C1TT OF CI.EWI8TON.' FLORIDA The airman Is a 1957 graduate comfort. May. God's richest
r p. L Benson. Itc Ity! C. F Blair Personal Mention of Booker T. Washington High blessings be showered
ers Radio & TV Sales with Interim City Wanait.r. upon
I service. Nlckell Building, 108 CN 414-Jan, 13, SO, 19<4. Ervln Benard Holmes, the School Moore Haven. and all of you.

Bond Street. Clewlston Fla. twelve year old son of Mrs Obituary Respectfully

ORANGE Phone YU 24441. YOUR PHIL ao Beatrice Holmes Is resting Funeral services for the late Mrs Anna Lou Richardsonand
CO DEALER tic ,AND FOR HKNORT COOUNTT, nicely In St. Mary's Hospital Mrs. Francis M. Corbett, the family.
GROVEI FLORIDA West Palm Beach Young Holmes
aunt of Warren Corbett, Clewls Church Newt
Mildred Yates CHANCERY lost the sight of an eye Inan ton
NO. were conducted Saturday New Bethel AME
I acre riverfront 1(1'0"" Fin- dl goo accident two weeks ago He January 25, 1964, at 2 p.m. at
GLADES MERCANTILE COMPANY mommy o. JlURBJLL"!: Rev L. Holn-jM, pastor
is fifth student Harlem
a grade at
"t m thla area S5% "al.Dcla.1 a the
I r pineapple and murcotte.I authorized Singer Sewing re- Plaintiff Academy. Classmates and Pleasant Grove Primitive Sunday school ....__.... 9:30H. :
I hie mature b.."" bearingvi Machine dealer's agent will IRMA TAYLOR RUSSTR.GDaf.ndnnt.! friends him Baptist Church, Jacksonville, L. McKlre supt
are wishing a
ia an outstanding Inveitnt Fla.
I" Rev.
Rollins mln-
, ,tpportunlty service sewing machines in speedy recovery and adjustmentto Morning Worship ..??.??. 10:55:

WM. H. Clewlston area every Saturday 1 Male I DII1II1ALL I 1 I NOTtrn TO TIEFKNDTO a normal life. later' officiating. The programwas Evening Worship .?"........... 7 p.m.
Irma Taylor Itn alladdmia follows
: as :
Choir Rehearsals ....
Phone WY 6-5659, Belle Glade unknown. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Corbett Wednesdayand
Ton notified that a Processional; hymn. "What A Thursday .
ReynoldsFORT tic FOR SALE Outboard MAKES 21" USED TV are hereby and son, accompanied Mrs. Ora evenings.St.
motor .nit for divorce. hoc born fund Friend; Invocation Rev. W. E.

MYERS YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here 1963, 1 horse Johnson In good SvETS.!: Guaranteed $19.95 axalnat In the above you by court Robert Ton O. are Hiian.il rennlr.il Robinson by motor to Jacksonville Young; Scripture, Rev. J. M. Stephens AME'

Realtors rite Broadway will be read by hundreds. condition. Weedless propeller down, $14.04 per month. LAKE to file your enamor with the past weekend. They Dixon; Selection, "God Will Rev Lee Jenkins pastor
1 Nisht. WD .un $23500 cash. Contact Lakeside APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. tic the Clerk of the Court and to attended the funeral services of Take Care of You."
I I'' '.jU1 What have you to sell? Or what acne a copy thereof upon H. P. Regular church services are
Mrs. Francis Corbett.
do you wish to buy? Try one for Marina Moore Haven Fla. ito J o h n. a. n, (rlewlaton Florida, McCarthy Acknowledgement Mrs. A. M. held the second and fourth Sunday
REAL ESTATE PlAIntiff'* attorney: on or before Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Holmes Frailer Resolutions
; ; Church, of each month.
results Phone YU 31201.
FOR SALE-Spinet piano returned March' S, 10114; otherwta, this ao-
tlon. will proceed. ex part.. were delighted to have as their Mrs. Lucile Rollins; Community .
ORTHSIDE home or Investment IF ITS UNIFORMS see us first. from rental. $595. Hold. 1"1' Wltne.e. my hand and *..nl of house guest for the past week Mrs. Ola Lawrence; Solo, Mt. Calvary Baptist

property priced oonsld- Nurses, Beauticians Waitress, ridge Music Co. YU 24781.FebZOc aid Court .In I.nUoll.. Florida, Mrs. Lulu Holmes mother of Mrs. Margaret Prldgcn. Rev U M. Kitchen, pastor

ably under market Maid Doctor's and Barber's this 14th day of January, 1984. Rev. Holmes of Thomasvllle Eulogy Rev. Earl Rollins; Sunday School ....__.....?.?, 9:45:

)3RTHSIDE bedroom frame. jackets. The only uniform shop FOR SALE-17-toot boat and /nonoTHT ("f.A me. Ga., Mrs. Sadie Brown, a sister Viewing of Remains; Recessional Morning Worship "__ 11:00:
Furnished. Immaculate. for miles. around. LINNIE'S trailer $35; five life pi'eserv. ( Seal) Clerk Court.Circuit Washington, D.C.; and Milton "Going Home." Evening Worship .?_ 7 p.m.

)3RTHSIDE bedroom frame UNIFORM SHOP, 1635 Hendry ers, $2.00 each. 414 West Obispo. CN 4t -Jan. SOt: .. Holmes brother, Thomasvllle. Geter and Baker Funeral Home Mission was held at the
Feb S, It, 50. 1$ .
9000. Street, Fort Myers. Janltfc HP g Home in charge of arrange home of Mrs. Mary Byrd Monday
CREAGE as available. ments. night Choir attended the

ACRES NEW 2-BEDROOM 2 FOR SALE-Repossessed Spinet lOstul I i I lLHQ I; I Hendry sales tax Friends of the family In Clew. Glade's Choir Union Sunday afternoon
bath frame home. Hardwood piano $525. Holdridge Music I
INCOME TAXSERVICE kton 1 extend their sympathy to that was held at theFriendship
tort.J Co. YU 2-4781. Feb20c the family. Baptist Couch In
FHA HOMES In LOST-Tan billfold, hand tooled .
Broward. boostBusiness Benbo.
Palm Beach and Dade C Rev. Johnson will a
s, various sizes and runs good, new and other papers. Naomi W. 0. PERRY, The Friendly Christmas Saving sponsor
prices. L. A. YU 2-1238. Is good in Hendry Candle Light Rally the third
nail cash paint Job $40. Contact Thompson. lip Tax Consultant Club held their last meeting
paymentR Barbecue will be
Hookers county but not quite good
) RENT Efficiencies and Cobb. Nail's New Court as as at the home of Mrs. Susie '
sold each at the
Saturday night
' Point Phone YU 2-7248. 144 Avenlda Del Rio the reports of sales tax collections Beckton. Dec. 8. 1963. Records
as available. Sugarland Pharmacy church Mrs. Emma Dixon
would Indicate
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Feb20c Phone YUkon: 2-7841 proved that we had a very successful clerk.
The Florida Revenue Commission year. You are Invited to
for HELP WANTED I WOMEN I Buslnel..PerlOnalFarmComplete
>m all Various
ice.. Terms.purposes.. FOR SALE-House Trailer, 10'xSO' PIZZA I has Just released Its report start the year with us. The next Hospital Note

VESTMENT canopy and carport 2 Bookkeeping of sales tax receipts on retail meeting will be held at the homeof Patients admitted -Dell Lowery .
PROPERTY. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn bedroom. Reasonable. YU S-1623 Service sales made In November Mrs. Roy Bobo. Rebecca James, John My.

iO) MONTHLY RENTAL. Re- up to $5 per hour demonstrating or write Box 35, Clewlston. lip YU 2-3311 and reported to the state In Officers are ;Mrs. Susie Beck- ers, Richard Porter Agnes

famous Studio Girl December. According to this report ton president; Mrs Elbertha Beckton Kenneth Spencer Liz
ent CBS construction $25,000. Cosmetics Full or part time. A WHILE THEY LAST. pacagesof the tax almost doubledover Blackmon, financial secretary; sic Vasquez Lillie Murphy

''NO TERM low Interest. Company representative will beat one dozen: S"x5" scratch the previous month and Mrs Verneto Bobo, recording Charles Cumberbatch. Herman

'arm, cane, grove and ranch the Lakeside Manor Motel pads for only 25c. Place a was nearly triple the same secretary; Mrs. Annie Jones, re WUks, Emily Lee BIgham Hugh

)rtgages. minimum $50,000. dewiston on Tuesday Feb. 4. scratch pad In every room of I Business DirectoryBail I month of the year ealler. How porter., Powell Arlene Jackson Marie

LISTINGS NEEDEDJ. to Interview persons Interested. the house for convenience The ever the Increase Included Gray Paulette Crawford Leslie
M. LANKFOBDKef. tf P. T. A. Note
dewlston News. audit of tax from
Hours 10 to 4. Itp recovery concerns Bailey Felix: Francis, Errol
Real Estate Broker which had for one reasonor The regular meeting of the Griffith.

.:30 East Sugarland Highway SEE US FORBOTTLED other not reported the tax In PTA was held Monday night,

Fire Auto and General REAL ESTATE Bonds GAS previous months, said L. Voor. Jan. 26, In the library of the Patients remaining Emer-Felix
ton Howell, John Myers.
Insur.nc.'wlston school. The devotion was conducted
Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 I Special! Value 24 Hour Service AppliancesSalesService hles, deputy director by the chaplain. Before Francis Errol Griffith Leslie
I Collections of $56,377.39 were the business session the members Bailey, Hugh Powell Herman
FUNK DENMEAD ; reported to films
:MAND McDonald Bookkeeping enjoyed two presented -
GREATER THAN Scatter ; the previous month, collections Dam Graves Arlene Jackson,
VCR,loesses.for house, acreage $11 E. H Psse Are.Clewbton. and Tax Service POWER GASCORPORATION: were $29,801.25; the same Commltee by the, under Community the direction Marie Gray Ruby Bell Williams,
We have customers month of the previous year collections Emily: Lee
*O 1441Vef'1 Roostvelt Paris
Fla. of Mrs. Daisy w Kill coordin"ator
itlrig. List your property withJ. John W. McDonald were $19,477.02. Big-ham Llllle Mae Murphy.
sectionof In the health drive for Hen-
E. business In colored
Beardaley. Ph. Y'tJiOl. profitable Grocery
Immokalee Fla. In line with policy and state
and stock Included dry County.
tieR Indlantown Fla. Building land, fixtures CALL COLLECT
in price. Thta Is a clean operation and Nets W.000.00 Phone OL 43672WALDRON'S South Bay WY 8-8J31 law names of companies Involved The first film entitled "Batter Hilton's GroceryGroceries
not disclosed by the
*' were Up", featured Jackie Robinson
SALE New 3 bedroom per year. state agency.Glades Fresh Meat
with emphasis on physical
'louse for sale. Option to buy. PRICED TO SELL QUICK. A Modern chicken 1 farm HENDKT COUNTY Vegetable

very small down payment with a guaranteed Income, plus a real aloe home with city Title & Abstract Co. 'titled fitness."The The second Innocent film was Party en-,' Cold Drinks Essential Items
Roofing Co. t
1 balance like rent; or trade conveniences Title Abstract*Title InsnraaeePablle with Its emphasis on venereal W* Appreciate Your
Jty in house tor trailer. Mrs. Three apartments one cottage, large corner lot A MEATS AND GROCERIES BleaerrapherPhotoeoprlaf AH Types el Reef and disease. PatronageMr.

. J-1071. TebBcML here In Bridge St and Park A.e. New Constriction er No.1. discovery; No. 2, Proprietors
Twobedroom house on north aide of highway $ to 8 p.m. LaBcUe, Pta P. O. Box Ml .. Repair Jobe + spread; and No. 3, complete:
Oewiston. Corner tot $7,800, small down payment10acre oa.are B-ttUt cure. Members from the local

orange grove. 2 year old trees plus 2-bedroom Six Days a Week Phone 2-7111 health committee were present

CBS home./A beautiful young grove 888 trees that wUl produce (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) Day er EvenhtnP. The box of groceries: will be Harlem ClubYour
2.940 boxe. of fruit In 2* years from now EVINRUDESale I O. Box 1141CLEWBTON
tissue delivering Increased Income from then on. Located ]n For Your Spur of Moment FLA. given away at the next meetingin Favorite Mixed Drink
Small February Tickets for this Cocktail
frost free Charlotte county. Total price 3200000. Picnics
down payment. Four Mlles East of dewlston and ServiceNew event are In the hands of the Fried Chicken Sandwiches
1m3 rn members. Please make sure Recorded Music
tr&oIT Trailer Park with new S bedroom home and over excellent 214 Bare Beach and Used Motor) your name gets In the box. The Popular Band

.... acres land all Improved. $500.00 per month Income Marine Hardware groceries will be your for a Mr. and Mr*. Win Wallace

wed with property small In down Harlem payment eectfcm of dewWon. New Attention CattlemenNew Paris and Aeeetsorlc FREECome small donation. Help the PTA Proprietor

ESTATE FOR RENT CB.S. building: 4.000 Sq. ft Suitable for Fraternal Civic Is the time .. consolidate' Marine Safety Equipment and the PTA will help your chil].
or Church. Terms. dren. Mrs. Annie Mitchell
year debtS with a lour term Pboae YUkon S-S2U
0MS FOR RENT Can YIP 200' Gulf frontage on SanlbeL Priced to silt Worlds farm loan, low Interest rates president. JULIA'S

'1881. tic finest beach. Shelling etc. This property is zoned for -business. wnh R. E. WALDRON Special Notice BEAUTY NOOK

Prof. A. A. Thomas has announced
I Federal Land Bank in and
cabin Local sell For" That New Look
iii 2 lots on Punta Gorda Beach. owner says that parent can pick
trailers. Johnson Fishing For Efficient their children's cards Wednesday Tinttar Styling Catalog r
'P. YU 21111. now. Bee er WriteW. prompt, See if it's up
tip WINDWARD Cay Bahamas Home delivery Feb. 5, 1964; time Is N. Appointment.

1 REf pr.2 and I room fur- Entire 400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom home. Private !- E. MAT OF THE MIAMI HERALD 1:30: to 1 In the afternoon and Friday and Saturday

shed apartment Phone 1tfc- Marina. beach etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one Box 6$< Waleald Bonding I to 9 In the evening. I Mho Jolla Bale, Proprietor

hour from Miami Bradenlea FloridaHATHCOCK'S Call Bobby Gidd'nsTV 23 !

1 R1VT Trallera and TraflPaces. BOflNI PROPERTY t-1311
. Alice Town. North BlmlnL $ bedroom home on water.
Royal Palm Trailer Cost $85.000. 2 years ago. Widow will aacriflce for
Phone YU 2-2603. tfc $33.OOa Finest Tuna-Martin fishing In the world at door AUTO BALES A SERVICE Tampa Tribuneand ELITE GROCERYGroceries

t SALE OR RENT-tfew du- step. 20 minutes from Miami RESTAURANT A SERVICE: GORDON'SSINCLAIR

'*. Two bedroom and three Lot 75' :x 200' from sea to see IS' high at ridge. $13- OPEN STATION ALL NIGHT

oon>.- Carport. Location: 200. Blmlnl-AUce! Town Bahama We never Clone Fresh, Meats School supplies
po St between Corona and For any of these extra special values can Myers
tic St. Can Lee Cold Drinks Clewiston News I
News PressHome
1)11, 84*&M. Lake Park Frank. Denmead William Electric SERVICE Other Items '

tie let Broker Wiring Repair, All Appliance Delivery 402

:,vuege RENT*. Can Room YU with 11531.FebZOe 1 idtchen. Pays to Deal YU M4I1"It with a Realtor" Heetrtoal Wmiimi Caatra.tiag9Rtee Phae J-1JJ1 W.Phone O. CAMPBELL 12191 Sugarland Clewiston Hwj. For Information Call YU 2-7651 ,

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E1l.A: THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewlcton, FUu offers Dade, Broward. Palm Beach creasing use of capital to replace culture more than doubled dur- Lag the last decal,
Thursday, January 30 1984 Rotary Antiques Fair Lee and Polk counties: with a certain: other resourcesis In gth last decade and the need Phaalzed during
very liberal sprinkling of out of one characteristic of changes for more credit on our farms directors were
books recently arrived fellowships400OOO state tags.Johnson's. taking place in agriculture continues to increase," he said. modern methodeOf p

New books in "The Asians" by Thomas at Lake Worth Fishing Camp and during the past decade. The "Effective ways for PCAi to adapted k the ser

Welty is an important nonfiction Lowe's Marina had S3 can capital requirements In. agri keep credit geared to the chang- and functlo5e of pr
The Thirteenth National Antiques parked In their parking areas
book in another field, as is Applications for fellowship
Fair will again be held in Saturday afternoon. All of their
public library "Hypnotism, an objective study grants totaling $400.000 to be
in suggeitability" by Andre awarded by the Lake Worth American Legion boats are kept busy out on the
Rotary International
d Hall at 212 North J street lake. "Everything that would ,
f The Consumer's Report on world-wide association of Rotary February 3, 4 and S. float was out on the lake with Got blues ?
f SmoUtc sad the Public Intereet" Youth Fiction clubs, are now being accepted -- the fishermen," said Lowe. li bulky car
I' ts the title of a new took New fiction booksfor, young by the local Rotary club The Fair is again sponsoredby was late but new arrivals were
& in the Oewistoa Public Library, people recently added are "Ju It was announced today by Carl the Carcilaso De La Vega putting their boats in the water
according to Mrs. Alice: Ford, librarian. Hornsbyf club president Chapter of the Daughters of the
Loa" Lin ,
J. niper by Yutang a starting on an evening trip
This book givts the American Revolution, with Mrs.
k;, cootumer's viewpoint of the novel of strife-torn China in the Called Rotary Foundation Fet Clarence Inquiries about "best" fishing I
GreeD 1531 North N
problem of cigaret smoking and twenties, "The Rock and theWillow" lowshlps. they average approxi- street Regent of the Chapter as grounds bring derisive looks:' : ;
health. (lit verses the by Mildred Lee; and mately 13.000 each and are for well as chairman of apparently there are no "bad"grounds. : "I
govern this projectShe
ment's report that smoking 1. Because of.the Cast, by Nicolas one year of graduate study will be glad to supply discount Every canal, every"cut" tA '
t, an Important health hazard.) Freeling.The abroad. The awards for which tickets to anyone Interested ; West Wall the Hayfields t IlfiJ 4rv 1'
applications mar now be made the rim canal, 44 Cut "down to, >,
; Also Included: in the nonfiction library! is located on the free for the asking When I Al'Can't
it, '
are for the 19G3-6 academic the 108 Marker"-JOU name
books on Important public second floor of the Nickel they are presented at the Box : :: \i I
questions are two on Medical Building, and is open Monday, year The deadline for applyingIs Office, the Chapter wIll receivea and the fish are biting there. V ....., :

r Care. One of these Is "Financing Wednesday and Fridays from 7- April 15.Students. generous percentage of each

Medical Care" by Helmut 9 p.rn. and on Tuesday, Thursday of this community one brought in with the Clap.ter' PCA officeContinued Are car-pecked Car stria:, IFke :a I f;:; ? P: tt: -"
Shoeck, and the other is "Fed- and Saturday. 2:30: to, 5:30: interested In learning more stamp on same The proceeds yon r. ;;. 1 1Ja

t eralized Health Care for the .JIm. about the Rotary Fellowships will go toward a Scholarship
Aged?" by the American Medical as a preliminary"step in applying ; to some worthy student to ( from Page On) a too-biz; car bullying A bulky cnr is often a : manage n- -, r k.
I Association. for award attend one of the Chapter's approved you? Get a friendly thirrti car-gaa bills look Ins: spaces? fl 40 I.lLimblpr.
a should call Dr.
at cost the rate of Interest
ers ; ,onal debt. Find in
scshooU. It'a so easy to like you here 015,
L. G. Vaughn, Jr. Club dJJ\
President Eisenhower' first charged 1* usually six per cent
volume on his two terms as a'r 1JJ tary. Conrad Dirksen of Wiesbaden, but at the end of the year after handle, has all the getupoutabout Rambler's famed Yet Rambler gives vouu/.

president, "The White House r v The amount of each award Is Germany will bring a van load costs have been determined a and-go of the big ones. economy at your dealer. side room for 6 adult'!

Years; Mandate for a Change"is calculated to cover round-trip of French Provincial: and French portion of this Interest is usually I
also on the library shelves. transportation registration and Barock: furniture, fine porcelain, returned to the borrower; cur
"Prospects for the We t" by tuition fees, educational supplies, bronzes, clocks: and many other rently 15 per cent of the 6 per
l Senator J. William Fullbright and early European items. Wilmot cent Interest was returned. The
room board and a limited
and "Justice and the Supreme allowance for travel within the Rathburn of Grand Rapids, PCA capital structure is entirely Be happy-get a Rambler Classic
Court" by Rosco J Ttesalinl country of study... Mich., will feature heirloom owned by the borrowing ]
are other Important non-fiction jewerly coins, silver and metallic members. It is operated by aboard
Rotary Foundation Fellowships
I l I are available to unmarried- art. Don French of Athol. of directors. There are Only car with the Best of Both: big.car room end performance-compact-or tconomy and handling ease.
Mass, will feature Confederate five chosen from the area. Although
City docketActing men aged 20 to 28, Inclusive,
broadside posters, a collection the entire membershipvotes
who hold
college degree/ or will
of 17th and 18the each director the five
century keys on
City Judge Carlos l hold one by the time the Fellowship ,
mounted on display boards, and chosen are usually scattered
Dickey doled out the following is to begin. Applicants must
a collection of early dolls.Oeveland' through the area and usually
be able to read, write and
sentences last Wednesday, In a ,
Country Store of represent varied agricultural In-
rather light city docket: speak the language of the country 'lTh
Plymouth, Conn., showing handcrafts terests. David G. Click of dewIston -
Harry Wm. Southwell speedIng In which they will study.A t
old-time cheeses, .molasIe" has been a director for
110.; Our Rlsh, public special type Rotary Fellow- penny candles, toiletries as several years, and Is the only
drunk, $25 or 10 days; Olin G. shIp, termed an Additional Rotary
Pears Soap Florida water, Bay cane grower on the board.R. .
Fellowship, is available to
Wright, careless driving, $15
Rum etc. This win be a new L. Garrison, president of
II\RBY TTRER. a Junior engineering men and women with no maxi-
or 2 days: Clyde Connley, public -
I student at the V limit for angle and very interesting. the association, attended a recent
mum age applicants.
drunk, S2S or 10 days; Thomas
of Miami will be one of thea.loisia PCA directors institute in
A. Carithers, driving while concert This particular grant Is awarded Hours are from 11:00: a.m. to
at the Bandar
Jacksonville. He said "The effective -
under the influence of IntoxicatIng featuring the "Band of the for study only in certain countries 10:00: p.m. dally, Monday thru
beverages, 1200 or 60 days Hour". and may also be applied Wednesday. A snack bar in the use of capital is contributing efficiency --
for through the local Rotaryclub same building will be operated to the tremendous
in agriculture. The in-
for the convenience of the visit
Applicants sponsored by the ors. Door prizes will be awarded
When you have something ship local club will be considered each evening.

Remember REA Express YU 2-2141 from along this with Rotary other district candidates In WANTED:

some cases, a Rotary club is .Audubon .group
Pick up and Delivery Service & eligible to sponsor two applicants Wagon Wheels

for a regular Fellowshipand sees fossil bonesAbout '
two for the special kind. and
Winners of Rotary Foundation twenty members of the
Fellowships are regarded is ambassadors Lake Okeecbobe Audubon Society Buggy

of good will to the group Journeyed to LaBelle Contact FREE! '64 CAR X-RAY BOOK Nat In compact-car salesRAMBLER
countries In which they study, Sunday afternoon, for a field
compares popular can, using
and through their association trip to see the site where fossil Carroll Benson I I dde-byeido photographs.Can .

; I with Rotary clubs abroad they bones were recently uncovered live you hundreds of dollars.
have wider opportunities to meet in an excavating operation. Phone YU 2-9322 At your Rambler dealer!
people and become better acquainted No.11n usefulness to the KB
George Espenlaub was director
with their of life
i: of the tour. The, site, west -
RESTAURANT and their Institutions.Begun
a of LaBelle is believed to have MOTORS
".' in 1947 the Rotary been a burying ground for Calu- -- -

Foundation Fellowship program Indians at a time not connected
We Got 'Em Again I has Fellowships awarded to more students than In 1,850 70 with the time at which the Di\' 321 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-12

animals whose bones were found
Rainbow Trout! countries. Total grants have lived. ==="Watck the Danny Kay Show M CBS-TV Wednesday eYean.! ." II P.M. Channel=
I been In excess of 14800000.
Alaskan King Crab! The purpose of the Fellowship From the position of the skele- -
program is the advancement of ton remains of the anlmals.and

Oysters on Half Shell! understanding and friendly relations the types of soil In which they
between the people of were found, it was believed that
different nations. the area was a sort of spring-
.. Soft Shell Crabs!
( hole, which held some water and
was used by the animals as a
'\' ; Fresh Shrimp Only! watering hole, and that the animals
Organizing were trapped In a sort of
:" Florida, African and quagmire which accounted for

Class the presence of so many animals .

, j s .... Danish Lobster! Spanish In one spot.

,, '. '. All Steaks U.S. Choice! Tuesdays, 7:30 P.M. Charles Espenlaub Murray of with LaBelle arrangements assisted !'

Call for the visit /
Or'Anything Else "
: The group enjoyed a picnic
f/- Widest variety of fine food Hilda TonarelyYU supper before returning home r

,1.: for 1 100 miles For Information Lake Fishing r "forLooking

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[I ,. terday that Mrs. Beailey out-

r, fished her husband Tuesday; REptl.oU \.
both came in with handsome SOME

P'Note' R strings.,Ray Goodall Louie of of the Chicago Ozarks and have E. \D}

} '" Make g6A caught about 100 band during f\S\\\\\"t\\\\\\
; ose '} \ their stay In the area, going to
e b. 7-1 pounds it was reported \ \:}
J ''e \\
Hec.l\" Night Fishing GoodNight
etepha\\ fishing for panfish is ?
excellent and the rim canal at S'
i w. .I..I.y
; night is lined with boats. It is l

'( Out pace\ an odd sight to see boats putting
SS into the water at dark or afterwards 1llG
; c' for a night of fishing.
: B \ \pe o The fishing grounds are well
':' .
,5 USV \ sheltered fishing traffic' has

\ \)\\S been heavy but there. have been .

,'. Co n me.Oo no accidents. I : "" ,
t ; ; r. Fish camp operators estimate ; :
.3If \) that M per cent of the fishermen tNt #. ...s.-,

who go out and fish seriously 't :
I t.1.
: come in with their limit \:"','
only ones who don't get

: I USE their limit Ire those who spendall
their time boat-riding; they : :
'. I J don't stay put and fish In one ". ,
place long enough to start catchIng '4;
them," one operator said. Look
P, Last weekend was a terrificone
for the camp operators, and
for those who fish from their
-,1 own boats. Saturday afternoon

Moore Park was lined with cars
and trailers which overflowedinto WANT AD SECTIONI!

the Wayside park area. By
actual count theN were 71 can
parked there waiting on fisher
L men. At least SO of these had You'll find the
biggest bargains in
town the
; boat trailers attached and by among little

actual count only 15 of them ads in our Want Ad Section. Take a look at the "For

: p J'tit jpJasfktj t1'.. saws bore plate.Hendry Most of them county were license from Sales" in today's paper for example. And by the way, if

t I. you have something to sell, remember to use Want Ads I

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