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: February 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429955
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[ squad wins shock dies Sugar Monday scientist 1 The Clewis ton NewsI I

70 Dr., of Palm Elmer!Beach Walker, Internationally Brai des, "Dedicated 'to 'the advancement of Ilendry County and Americas Sweetest Town"VOLUME

5743toore known sugar scientist, died of C'
Tigers a heart attack Monday. He was 37 NUMBER 6 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed Sea 848.8. PJ1 Subscription: 14.00 yearLarge
head pathologist and chief of
the Sugar Division of the U. S.
I Department of Agriculture from
Haven's fast improving the 20 point one-man show by 1927 to 1951.Traveling .
scored their second little Mike Pressley and Us 20 crowd at t
f ncr upset in a week as they points of Moore Haven. extensively over the !
world missions during _
Clew. on special
Ipped the Ugh scoring Bobby Jones led the baby Tigers u. r
57-43 In Moorefoe" with 12 this period he was honoredby d i tt
,n Tigers points, Bennett 2,
several foreign countries. He
Lang 3, Colley 1, Beardsley 8.
received the Alumni Award of
Terriers previously had McConville Z, Barton 8 and Red. Sunday concert
Lt) the Belle Glade Rams ont ish 1. For MH it was Paul ClickS Michigan State College, where
he received his B. S. degree He
Moore Haven court and con Pressley 20, Harry Bassett 4. :
received his Ph. D. from the
control of-
Led to use a ball and Donnie Lundy 4. f1
and pressing defense toipletely Clewlston ((43) FO Fr TP University of Michigan. The By JACK SCOTT returning to the gym Just in t ( i
se U. S. D. A. awarded him gold
a time for the
the Tigni program.
demoralize A. Morrell __ ,,_ 7 5 19
? The of Miami Concert
medal for development services.He University
The Clewiston Concert was the
Carlthers ...__ 328
e game was nearly five M. Morrell ._.._?. 113 was perhaps best known for Band left large, appreciative last of a seven day, 16 concert 7 .J
the basketwas his outstanding work In successfully and responsive audience tour in which the band visited
nutes old before Mamma ..._.. 306
? breathless in its Clewiston concert
broken by a Moore Haw Farrar 337 fighting many sugar and Key West Miami, West Palm
f The Terriers lead ----u rubber plant diseases. Sunday afternoon at the Beach Fort Pierce, Sebrlng, -

J the free-throw.first quarter 1M and 26- Totals ._.........._ 18 11 43 Following his retirement he high Those school attending gym. from Pahokee, Winter Haven St. Petersburg,
moved to Canal Point where he Lake Wales and Clewlston.
ball. Moore Haven ((57)) FO FT
at the TP Belle Glade Moore Haven La- ; .p s
As Coach Buren Hall of Clew Couse _..__ 3 8 12 acted as private consultant for Belle and Clewlston were held
on noted "we looked like we Shivers _.__ 215 sugar producing firms. nearly spellbound as the band Chorus

.vt never seen a basketball" Thielen _.._...._m_ 8 7 19 He Is survived by his widow, flawlessly played through a being
lurt the entire evening. The Tyler .??.._?._._ 4 7 15 Mrs. Grace Brandes. 335 Sea. program of nearly twenty selections. _
Itire Tiger lineup was cold Whldden _.._,..,.. 204 breeze Ave., Palm Beach two M _
lule, : Moore Haven worked the Collier __...- ..... 022 daughters, one son, and five Highlights of the concert were planned for
L a) until Clewlston was pulledt grandchildren and one great difficult to determine as the _
t if position and in when the Totals .,??.??????,,...i 17 23 57 grandchild. He will bo burledat program was well selected. and
I sp shots and shot set shots Clewlston .. 6 8 13 18-43 Arlington National Cemeteryon precisely. executed. On the heavy Glades areaFinal ..w
Donnie Thlelen was high for Moore Haven 11 15 16 16-57 Friday side the prize winning "Concert:
|, Terriers with 19 while AlI Suite" by Miami( faculty member plans for a 'Glades TilE NEW SEWAGE' PLANT FOR CLEWIS stalled by Roemer Construction Company of
.>rrell netted the same amount, Fred Ashe end "Light Cavalry area chorus, composed of members TON Is making rapid progress and most of Belle Glade, who expects to be making' test
astir in :the second half. Mrs. Small seeks Overture" by Von Suppe from Clewlston, Moore the equipment has arrived, and Is being Inruns by the first of March. 8TAFF PHOTO.
The rivalry is always keen were well received by the audi/ Haven and LaBelle are presently
'tween Moore Haven and Clew ence. The theme music from being made.At .
ton and Tuesday night was no "Lawrence of Arabia" was particularly a meeting Monday night Passion Play

ception. The game was rough tax office spectacular.On the group decided to call themselves New businesses
i the physical aspect, though assessor the lighter side the band the Sugarland Singers SundayFinal
i had nothing !to. do with theInal played not one but two arrangements and they have agreed to provide opens
outcome. Clewiston had Mrs. Lucille Small, tax assessor years of training and her familiarity of "Dlxle," "Lassus special music for the Easter rehearsals. are in swing I
previously beaten the Terriers announces this week that she with the work both Trombone" by Fillmore, "El Services to be held In March. for the opening! of the famed
i Clewlston. is a candidate for that office in inside the office and In the field Capitan" by Sousa and "Noblesof The group actually began Black Hills Passion Play in the Chamber
Baby users Win the coming elections. After will be of value to the county U the Mystic! Shrine" by Fillmore last Fall when they gave an Lake Wales Amphitheatre Sunday join
j Coach Joe Bundy's "B" squad many years of service as assistant she is retained In the position in which half of the band excellent performance during Feb. 9.
Ion their first game of the to her late husband, Dennis she now holds brought ont their tambourines the Christmas season of the The Passion Play features

Vason by defeating the scrappy Small she was appointed by Mrs. Small Is an active memo for a real show stopper.In cantata "Night of Miracles". Josef Meier, renowned Chrietus Ryder Truck Rentals and the Sidney Crochet reported that
eerier "B" team in a come- Governor Farrls Bryant to complete ber of the First Baptist Churchof addition to Mr. McCall: other The enthusiasm generated has portrayer, and a cast of 30 professional Bradenton Production Credit about 50 members of the Alfalfa
om-behind, win 35-31, despite his unexpired term. LaBelle. She Is known conductors were Mr. William encouraged the group to organize acton, supported by Association were voted into Dehydrators Association headedby
Mrs. Small has been a resident throughout the county, not only Russell, assistant band director community more than 100 citizens of the
as a permanent membership in the Chamber of Dr. T. J. Cunya, made an Inspection
of Hendry county for 36 through her work In the assess band Lake Wales area as extras.
conferencetourney' and Mr. Otto Kraushaar chorus and they are looking Commerce at the directors'meeting of cattle operations in
Ridge years. She was employed in the ors office, but as a musician, consultant; Jack: L. Scott, Clew. forward to presenting a Spring Done in old-world tradition,, Tuesday. the area on Saturday, visiting
tax assessor's office two years and she gives generously of her iston bandmaster and Robert concert in April. but In English the Passion Play several points of interest as well
scheduleCoach prior to her marriage. and has talent In church work and for Lamp Pahokee band director.: is presented on stage 350 feet Moye Bishop conducted: the as the cattle operations, and
worked there periodically for 27 the pleasure of others. Each guest conducted a number. The group presently numbers wide in a natural amphitheatre meeting at which a suggestion
lunch at the Clewlston
Buren Hall has received years. Mr. Small was completinghis Frank G. Sturchlo special 20 members and additional seating 3,500. A camel caravan was made that the Chamber ,
nnouncement of the pairing fore sixth term as assessor at the guest for the concert and former talent is being sought Individuals and mounted Roman soldiers might benefit by changing the Inn
Ridge Conference Tourna- time of his death last August Comedy to be director of the Clewiston Interested and who add a touch of realism to this! date of the annual election. At On a suggestion! by Mrs Beryl
hent which will be played in enjoy music are Invited to !investigate Bowden, the president was authorized
During these years she has United States Sugar Corp. band, age-old religious spectacle: ,, present new officers and committee
kvon Park beginning Tuesday', assisted with the records of the was very warmly received as this opportunity to which had its origin In the CaPO chairmen assume their to request formation ofa
February 11. office, has interviewed property presented here he directed his own composition participate in the chorus. Thereis penburg Monastery of Luenen, dusles Just prior to the heaviest women's "hostess" committee
1 The complete schedule U as owners, and helped handle written for Clewlston in 1940, a special need lor male Germany in 1242. In 1932 it was business season when all are to work separately from the
1I0ws: records of the field work cf) the "The Everglades Sugar March." voices, according: to director L. brought to America by Josef pressed for time to devote to Chamber but to assist when requested -
Tuesday Feb. 11. 1 P. n., ArJadia office. She has attended many tomorrow nightVMarriagsgoround" Mr. Sturchlo also conducted the O. Vaughan Jr. Meter of the seventh generation .Chamber affairs, it was said. in planning activities
f 11-1)) vs. Lake Placid (5-( workshops and conventions of "El Capitan March" by Sous. For further information, you of his family enact a role In Carroll Benson was asked to investigate for ladles who accompany their j
I S,45 p.m., Ft Meade. (1-14) tax assessing officials Prior to the concert, the Urdu!, ,aw invited to contact one oftn'following. the play. and report, on his findings husbands to conventions or
s. Clewlston ((84)). i Mrs..Small believes that her will be Verstty Band was feasted by the '" :Mrs. Maurice: In 19SS,.th.. Play was established at the next meeting.W. meetings held in Clewiston.
Thursday :Feb:'U-: WptnC: pn.entedtomOn'O'lr, Friday, 'Clewlston Band Association to a Fletcher at YU 2-7141! Mrs. in a permanent summer The membership report show." j
keechobee ((4-6)) vs. Frostproof night at Sugarland Auditoriumby noon meal which included bar-b- Thomas B. Owens at the Tog home at Spearflsh, In South Da H. Lanier was asked to ed that a dozen .members from
8a8:45) : p.m. Avon Park ((5- Visitors flockto the Fort Myers Little Thea quad chicken, fresh corn, baked gery Shop in Clewlston; Dr. L.G. kota's Black Hills-hence thePlay' notify the AAA offices in the last year have not paid their
> vs Sebrlng (84)( tre. Curtain time is 8:30. potatoes, salad and fresh pineo.Wle. Vaughan Jr. at YU 2-2081 name. This is the 12th state and others in the area memberships for 1964, and these
Friday Feb. 14, winner of The adult comedy deals witha or a letter to P. O. Box 50, season in Lake Wales. that the information that "17 will be sent another reminder
rcadia vs. Lake Placid will houseVisitors college: professor who's wifeis The University Band then took CUwtaton and they will get in Performances will be given miles of US 27 is now being rebuilt" that these dues are needed.
blay winner of dewistonFtpleade sugar the dean of women. The arrival four times week through April is misleading and tendsto
house from a short tour of the sugar mill, touch with you. Attending the meeting were
of guest
game at 7:00: end the a 19. On Tuesday Thursday and divert "traffic away. Actually President Bishop, Abner H.
"inner of Okeechobee-Frostproof at the incredible rate Sweden turns the normal rotatines ; Saturday at 7:30: p.m., and .on the new road Is in an entirely Vann, Carroll Benson J. E.
ame will play the winner of of :,000 per week are making into organized chaos. Sundays, a twilight performanceat new location and the old road Beardsley, W. H. Lanier, John
IVvon Park-Sebrlng game at 8.45: the free guided tours of the The play Is being presented LaBelle gets new 6 p.m. The customary Good continues in use without inter Ellington Ross LaByer, Sidney
watch in Qewlston under auspices of
?m Clewlston Sugar House to Friday performance will be given
ruption. Crochet and Wm. T Stitt.
The championship game will the giant mill in operation and the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority on March 27 tilt 7.30: p.m. In
f'e I played Saturday night, Feb. to hear the process of sugar who are presently selling ad- addition there will be two special
13 at 8:00: p.m. There will be no making explained by the well- vance tickets. Tickets will also chip mill projectA matinee performances: Wednesday Ministers plan Jolly Roger -
Consolation game.Sports trained guides.Through be on sale at the door, prior to Feb. 19, at 4:00: pm., and
Sunday February 2, curtain time for 11.50 per per Wednesday, February 26, at 4:00: levee Easter open under
11,834 visitors had been shown son.
car through the mill this season. 8400,000 min to reduce pulp Atlantic Coast Line railroad
for win build 1.400 .foot line sunrise serviceThe new ownershipThe
There were 11,129 who had lonetbroup' Gresham opens wood logs to chips papermaking a spur
last will start operations at to the chip mill over which the Weather
this date ,
rally! Sunday and all at time high will be year recorded LaBelle office Ked south of LaBelle, later chips win be hauled to the Palatta Clewlston Ministerial Association Jolly Roger Resort formerly
The dub an this season Travis A. Gresham Fort My this month. This announcementwas plant for conversion into Date Max MiD RN at its regular meeting Monty's Jolly Roger, reopened -
Kill hold their r ers is opening>> an office In made by Manager William paper.Negotiations. Jan. 30 71 54 Monday decided to proceed with last week after having
monthly gymk- The United States Sugar Corporation LaBelle temporarily! located in L. Reese who win operate the underway or Jan 31 58 59 plans for holding the annual been purchased by Lawrence M.
pana are
Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. provides the guide! service ... 158 Easter Sunrise Service on top Ractcot of Ft Lauderdale.
Drivers from the Hotel Villager. Gresham is min for Chip Mill & Wood Pro- complete for other landownersto Feb 1._ ,77 -
are expected free, and parties are taken former state senator.. and for ducts Inc. Feb. 2 _.....77 62 of the Herbert Hoover Dike Instead
a the mill.
kUe Glade Pahokee and Clew. through the mill each half-hour, sell pulpwood to The new owner has moved
of the
of Hendry Feb. S __ 89 SO previously announced
i-ton, according to Ronnie Lee, from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., while mer county. attorney The new corporation was Negotiations with other landowners Feb. 4... "..80 59 .33 Fairground location. here, and will be Joined by his
I resident the mill is in operation. Because county.He formed by Edward Gerber who whose development may Feb 5 86 lIa .89 Plans Include participation of family after the closing of
Lee, Phil Francis and Ed of the large number of tourists, announced plans for a fulltime Is in process of developing the make trees available for the U. S. Engineers, Clewlston the various service clubs for school in Ft Lauderdale.
Iornsby will be providing keen the guides now continue the secretary in the office, and two largest orange grove in the min are either complete or are Note: On Feb. 4. 2,95 Inchesof providing seating, sound, parkIng Raclcot is presently busy
(ompetitlon forall. as they aeekf tours through: the day without a for personally spending. state of Florida on lands purchased underway. These include Alico rain was recorded at Moore and special music Is being cleaning and replacing the facilities
(o win their second event break in service. days a week In LaBeUe. from Joe HlUiard. Gerber Land Development Co., Joe Haven Locks and 2.83 at Ortona arranged by the local choral and equipment. and actually
who ass 650 acres of his Milliard. A. Duda and Sons Locks. group under the direction of Dr. was "forced" into business
32,000 acre tract already la Collier Corp., and J. R. Paul L. G. Vaughan Jr. sooner than anticipated due to
Inn with new grove, needed an outlet for the and associates.: Rev. Vie Turner, pastor of the excellent fishing the lake.
sparkles ,wood being removed from the At BPW, meetingMrs. the Hi Haven Baptist Church is "I plan to offer the most promptand t
land in clearing. He has a 10- to deliver the message, with courteous: service in the lake
year plan for grove developmentand Beck wins Harriett Zauel, president Rev. David Denslow, servingas area," Raclcot said, "and I can
the mill will handle trees Mrs. Ruth Beardsley, Mrs. Beryl an alternate. give you fishing Information
for removed from his land as well Bowden Mrs. Catherine Brown The service will begin at 6 from the Caribbean to James
furnishings season ss from other lands being Hawaii vacationA and Miss Patricia Powers at- a.m. on Sunday March: 29. Bay."
cleared in the area for citrus tended meeting of District 8,
Business and Professional Wom I
and other improvements.
three-weeks vacation In en's Clubs in Fort Pierce Sunday
I A major Interior Improvement Land clearing operations In :Haw il, and It'. alll'REEI! Guest speaker was Miss Miss Sugar Contestants I

program completed). recently by the past have resulted in a Yes that is a dream come Helen Parades president of the
waste of wood as trees were
the Qewlston Inn is making bulldozers true for Mr. and Mrs. George Florida Federation.Mrs. .. _
removed from the by
this well-known motor hotel Beck, who will leave by Jet Brown was elected district
|owned and operated' by United. pushed and into burned.piles The or from Miami Monday to fulfill a treasurer for the coming

States Sugar Corporation more : hedgerows trees will now be trimmed to dream that most people have, club year.Teach.
popular than ever' this season. remove branches and will be but never realize. And it wU

I Offering sleeping accomoda.lions debarked and fed into the min not cost them a cent! your children

for 130 guests plus 8 ..pa9 without further cutting or saw- The trip is a gift from the
1 9 clous Colonial dining Ing. The min will reduce the Chrysler Corporation to Beck traffic safety
Ideating 150, a cocktail: room,' logs to small chips which win for his outstanding sales of
and upper and lower patios for be blown directly into empty Chrysler products during 1963.
I card games, club meetings or xx .1 freight ears for shipment to His record of 240.1 per cent of WEAR
:; artles the Inn k sparkling paper mills where it will be the previous sales were the
I with new furnishings and declarations utilized in paper-making. winning record in the Atlanta

throughout M Florida Power and Light district: The' dewteton dealership -

I The bedroom and patios received Company has constructed a suboJtatIoD more than doubled Its sales
I new furnishings and additional to serve the mill; this of Chrysler products over' the

I air conditioning to ex- win give the City of LaBelle previous year. 4f
tend this comfort service to an alternate source of power In The Becks will Join outstanding -
I the patios. The bedrooms are case of failure at the Fort dealers from other cones,
I completely new from floors to Myers plant 20 mile west and a few Chrysler executives:
I cetUngs. Spanish colonial fur. from which LaBelle now receives for the trip. The group will
I attar in walnut especially designed electricity. The 12 mile gather in San Francisco and
I and custom: made in SPOT Dr TIlE CLEWISTON LNN Is this IMID4 line to the mm from the substation make the trip by steamship to
I Honda A RESTFUL esttaea 0. "e apper of Hawaii enjoy) more than two
enhances the architectural which sen-. the. seals will carry 13.000 volts ; fADARK
I design of the Inn bunding. path sad f.er... cagy aeee-lble M the. .taJrwa mID .e 1dewettetrs.STAFF electricity. J. L Sanders, Florida weeks in the enchanted Islands,
I Carpeting by Blgelow in the bed. FDOTO. Power and Light manager and return by Jet to San Francis

I rooms has muted stripes picking in the Fort Were area said : eo.Mr..
I up the prominent avocado to the plane sur- monizlng designs! with marble "We would need the substation and Mrs. Beck hope to of ClewistonPolice (
eating pattern
I green and gold! color scheme of bases. The window treatment at LaBeUe in time, anyway, stop over a couple of days to City TILUC mCDONspoesend JANICE CAKUNspeoseredi f
I the Accessories. In the halls and selected used full draw drapes and the chip mill has hastened tour Disneyland ,before returning by by i
I foyer, carpets In the floral dos Matching table' and in floor har- (CooUued: on Page t) the installation." by plane to Miami. Department Hesse ef Beattys Glades BestasraatTerriers
I lip were used to add M inter. lamps by Fire Arts are r

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Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla.
Thursday, February I, 1964 Pen pals or watermelon growersWhether

one is seeking pen pals or watermelon grow-
THE CLEWISTON NEWS ers for a lucrative arrangement the natural medium is the

columns of the weekly newspaper. Last week 'vre pub- .
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, lished a letter from a young Nigerian boy who wishes to :: :" ':"
f; Florida, by The Clewlston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation find pen pals from over the globe. In his charming, imperfect H'
It( Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the English, he explained he Is "sinking" the newspapercan The
?' Post Office in Clewlston) Florida, under the Act of Congress of help him find a correspondent with similar yearnings.

March 3, 1879. This week, we publish a letter from Bogota Colombia,

:. ATIONAL COITOilALIAS seeking technical advice from experienced watermelon

,ARID q > farmers for farmers in Colombia who have the land trac-
1"" C6TI3N tors, pumps, equipment and all requisites for good melon

growing, but "do not know how to grow good disease-re Clewis ton Inn
AaM sistant winter vegetables." This letter was relayed for pub-
}: N aaAUEA 9 Subscription Rates m___ $4.00 per year lication through the County Agent's office.

0 (Return Postage Guaranteed) We hope both of these writers receive replies from our -

.I, c'1tOt BERYL BOWDEN, PublisherS readers.
.': H. STALLS, Managing Editor The Colombia proposal sounds interesting, and might
\ Telephone: Business and Editorial. YUkon 3-1201 interest some melon farmers who'd like to ship melons in
f Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves December through March from Colombia, then from Hendry
"it the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement!ITHQ county in early summer.
t, NEWS ...um.. no responsibility for the return of unsolicited This inquiry came from the Market Promotion Advisorof
mtnuncrlpts or photograph
THIS! NEWS siumes' no financial I b !lloOrffd: : the U.S. Agency for International Development in Bogota. d
graphical errors or commissions In advertisement
of such errors before the nut Issue of the pn per will reprint correctly -
y J that part of the advertisement In which, the error occurred.In ; some trucks seem to race to d
I the event a time 1 element I would render the correction. valueless
the News will reduce the price of the advertisement by an meet on the bridge.
Y\ amount equal to the percentage of the total space a* the erroneous Sonny Sez -1- ,I. Y ;
omitted repr..nt.d.f '
jl or copy While the Inn Is not holding < )

open house, residents should
The Beta Sigma Phi is sponsoring make a point to note Scouts observe 53rd the Ft. Myers Little provements In the newly renovated -
Theatre group in an "adalt hotel. The patios have
comedy" tomorrow night in the been completely refurnished,
week, millions of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorers Sugarland Auditorium. Ai Is typical painted and air conditioned and
acros America are observing Boy Scout Week, asa In most smaller communities heated for :the comfort of the S, /
part of a gigantic Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of there are numerous conflicts various clubs and groups who
America. but this was the only meet there. The majority of the ,
rooms have been redecoratedand ,
available date for Clewiston. y '
I: Reaching Into almost every community of the land, It Is hoped that a large crowd refurnished to make the
I, the character-building, program stressing Citizenship, Boy will be on hand for the renewal Inn one of Leadership and physical fitness, has, during the past t half- of "little theatre" activity In the south for the motoring t l; e

century had a tremendous impact on the development of Clewlston. public. I t 4
our nations men and boys. -u- Y
Probably no one appreciates ,p
Boys, with the boy-level ideals of Scouting, associating a sunshiny day as much ai policewoman
.:I in the program with the dedicated men who serve as Betty Roth at her It's History Now
leaders, counsellors and Committeemen in the Scouting school crossing. She was a* busy '
movement make fine participating citizens under the slogan as the proverbial one-handed
"I 1 will do my best to BUILD SERVE AND ACHIEVE." paper hanger Tuesday morning THIRTY TEARS AGO
Happy 53rd Birthday, boys! In the rain ai parents made their (From Qewston News
4. last minute dash to get the kids Feb. 5. 1934)
"J. to school on time. 1. F. Tipper began construc- 4S
: -sa.--: tion of a building for John El-
Who ?
says they're ugly Attention was again' called, more and T. E. Goggans,both of
e this week to the need of a sidewalk Belle Glade. The building adjoins -
; ; Reports from Tallahassee are that violent objections along Pacific Avenue towards Christian's Barber Shop on
y : have been made to the bright orange and blue colors of the mill. With the exceptionally East Sugarland Highway. ,
r. the 1964 auto license plates. heavy cane traffic on Mrs. W. M Poole of LaBelle
I the road plus normal traffic, the died in a Fort Myers hospital
; It seems these colors do not blend in with the color wooden bridge near the Laurel. from injuries received in a 21
I scheme of the autos. They have been called "horrible". Oaks presents an extreme foot foot fall from the second story
S traffic hazard. A nearby resident porch of the Poole store building
; 1 Doubtless this criticism will receive the attention it de- noted a boy and his dog in LaBelle.
;/. serves-which is exactly Zero. Tag colors are not chosen making ",' entirely for their beauty, but to be distinct easily read tot bridge, the boy made It but the -writing her popular column,
vary from previous years, and for their serviceable quali dog became a casualty and was "Castles In the Glades," which proudly announces completion of c
\ ",, ties. No one cares if they are beautiful-but several thousand laid to rest nearby described activities of the Corpsof
f. University of Florida alumni will quarrel with the It seems the bridge makes in Engineer employees, both
: statement that these colors are not appropriate for the state excellent meeting place and on and off the Job of construclng major improvement to
f.i. the dike on Lake Okeechobee. program
Albert J. Hill of Clewlston. and

Mary Myers Margaret were married Achard in of a quiet Fort unexcelled comfort and
I j give beauty
i E Clewiston Church Directory ceremony parents.In the home of thebride's ]

(From Clewston News our
'! Hooker Point APOSTOLIC FAITH 407 Royal Palm Arena .
Feb. 4, 1944) ,
I' Paul Strickland, Pastor South ClewMon Henry H. Ford, Minister Elbert Stewart rounding out
',j 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. his sixth term as Hendry county
1 4. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. representative, paid his filing
f. Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. 11:00: a.m.-Nursery in the Parish .. fee to qualify as a candidate for
)'t u '4't 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting. Tuesday: House. reelection.W. .

!!I Saturday: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting. 6.00: p.m.-Westminster Fellow. Dean King, manager of the
''t I 7:00: p.m.-Youth Meeting. Friday: ship. Clewlston B&B market said use finest in furnishings and accessories, chosen by skilled decorato

7:30: pm.-Young People's Wednesday: of a classified ad In the News
I COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Meeting. 7:30: p.m.-choir Practice had resulted In tremendous Increase .
j t : HOLINESS CHURCH in salvage fats brought give each room the atmosphere of a luxurious home.

: ti, ?:I South Clewlston to. the market for use In the war
y' Rev. J. R. Taylor, Pastory FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH effort. The amount Jumped from
: ?:: 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School. 331 W. Oieeola Avenue Rev. Larkin Connolly 8 to W pounds per month to 724
; 4':I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Rev. David Denslow, Pastor 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass. pounds during January, after the
(:.43 am.-Church School. classified ad published three
7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass. was
11.00: a.m.-Morning Service.
Service. 7:00: s.m.-Dally Weekday Mass times.
1 Wednesday: 6:00 p.m.-Methodist Youth 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and New furnishing and new reverse cycle air conditioning on upper.and lower j II

:' 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service. Fellowship. 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesdayeach : children moved to dewtaton
".. Friday: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. month. Catholic from Okeechobee.: He is the new lio make these popular meeting rooms more appealing to local residents and
7:45: p.m.-Youth Service. Wednesday: Ladles'Altar So- local manager of the office of
7:15: p.m.-choir Practice Inter County Telephone Com- useful
clety. to civic clubs, etc.You'll .
ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH Gene Sarazen came to Clew-
BAPTIST CHURCH 9:30: .m -Religious Instruc
Mon to visit :Jay W. Moran
304 N. Francisco Street tion.CHURCH ;
207 N. Pacific general manager of U. S. Sugar
Bro. Chester Johnson
t,, Interim Pastor Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Corporation. A foursome at the
Sunday Services: : OF CHRIST Country Club of Gene, Jay, RAF
9-45: a.m.-Sunday School. and U. S.
cadet W. W. Galloway
Eucharist 30* South Central Arena
7.30: a.m.-Early
11:00 Morning Worship.
: a.m.-
J. Me-
6.30: p.m.-BTC. 10:30: a. .-Family Service and Earl Arnold Minister. civilian flight Instructor.
Cracken, played before large
r 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. Church School. Sunday) gallery at the Clewlston Country '
Wednesday Saints and Holy Days as an 10:00: a.m.-Bible School. Club. enjoy visiting The ClewistonInn

7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. nounced. 11:00: a.m.-Worship. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dyers became -
Confessions by appointment 7:00: p.m.-Worship.
the parents' of a son,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday; Raleigh Fred, on January 27.
1! in E. Ventura Arena HI-HAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m.-JoIIdweek devotionsand and you'll be glad to recommend
t Rev. Leon M. OabmreU, Highway 72* Bible Study. TEN TEAKS AGO
\ l Interim Pastor Rev. Vic Turner. Pastor (From Clewston News
9.45: a.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. CHURCH OP GOD Feb. 4, 1954))

\t 1 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service. 11:00: .. .-Morning Worship. 311 Sooth Pacific Arena Night Th Lions their dub 7th held anniversary.Tom Ladles'. it to your friends.
'd 6.15: p.m.-Training Union. 8.45: p.m.-Training Union. Rev. Joe Coleman on
7:30: p.m.-Evening Service. 8:00 p.m.-Evening Worship. 10:00: I.m.Sunday School Jones, Jr., was president
and recognized! W. A. Moor as
Wednesday: Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service.
7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teach- 8.00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting.; 7:30: pm.-Evening Worship.. being the.only charter memberpresent

ers Meeting. Wednesday: F Dean Duff resigned from For reservations for
6:00 p.m. Midweek Prayer CLEWISTON ASSEMBLY OF 7:30 p.m/ Prayer Service. the board of supervisors of Sug rooms, parties, banquets
Servlc Friday:
arland Drainage District after ..
8:45 p.m.-Choir Practice. 113 !South! Franctae Street 7:30: p.m. Young People's En- thirty of servlc The
James F. Klmbrel Pastor deavor. 'board years with regret. Call Wm. E. LaFon resident
f t':': CALVARY Ui CHURCH Sunday: and adopted, accepting resolutions of commendation manager. YU 2-3501, Clewiston
il Sooth Oewbrton 10:00: a.m.-Sunday SchooL
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,pointing out his ten
.: Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor '11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Ice in assisting with the organization
J" 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. 11:00: a.m.-Children's Church. North Butarland Auditorium of the district in 1924 and ," '. .
,. 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service. 7.30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service B. J. Goodrich, Minister the Intervening years. Frank E. : '
"' 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Wednesday 10:00: a.m.-Blble School Conkling was appointed to succeed
(' Union. 7:43'p.m.-Chrlat's:: Ambassad 11:00: a.m.- ommunlon and : Duff on the board. The
:;". S:00 p.m.-Worship Servlc ors. Worship Service. Gene Fuller and Robert L.
: Tuesday Thursday: 7:30: p.m.-Communion and Griffin volunteered through Se-
1:00: p.m.-Brotherhood. 7.30: p.m.-Prayer and Bible Worship Service. lective Service and left for mill
'd- Wednesday: Study. Wednesday: tary training. ,
1 7:30 p.m.-Hour of Prayer. Friday: 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study. Jan Lee, Suzanne Barrow, '
4 u Thursday: 4:00 p.m.-Royal Rangers for Rosemary Burt .nd'Sandra
1" 1:00: p.m.-Choir Practice. Boys. Jones were Initiated Into the Clewiston
Rainbow Assembly Inn

This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: H.of T.Miami Vaughn student Jr., a spent University th*-. '

Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc. parents.spring holidays here with his

Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department Star

Phone .J-6301 : Owned & operated :! rPage
Giddens Furniture Clewiston Federal Records \ t by U.S. Sugar Corporation'
l Kelly Tractor Co. Sacred Country & Western,
Phone 14301 Store ORDERS

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Service The Giddens Way


Baker named was high man for the Lions with Clewiston Clewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Tone
lfbw.d 8 while Danny Shatter was high Thursday February 8, 1964

Jsp.oJd d supervisor at with The 6 for Rotary the VFD outfit proved too High School

much for the Volunteer Fire honor roll suitably framed were added for ,
country club Department in a 32-22 battle that the final fillip on the newly Sugarland Pharmacy
Bill Farrar also played excel-- gave the Rotary their first win Third Six-Weeks '1963-1M4"" decorated walls, painted an offwhite -
Iger rally lent ball in his first real outing William A Baker assumed the over the VFD. Freddie Robertson Inner Circle: (At least S A's, to provide suitable background PIZZAYU
this. aeason position of supervising the Clew. found the range dumpingin 1 B allowed): for the furnishings All
Clewlston trailed for three iston Country Club Monday, tot 19 while Jimmy McCarthywas 7th Grade-Jim Brandon painting was by Johnson Fainting
Devils quarters, 11-IT, 29-38,46-55, using lowing the release of Matt Stan- high man with 10 for the 8th Grade Randy Cockrill, I and Decorators of Lake 2.3311
frops a full court press during the who has served In that losers. Mary Alice Gober, Eugene Hlne, u Worth. Contractor: for the decorations
capacity: for several years. Ricky Miller, Gayle Roland.
third and furnishings was
L quarter
returned to press during the
Mazzlna third The announcement was made LEAGUE STANDINGSW 9th Grade David Beards- Hotel and Apartment Supply
form wear the home
iollday and Injury by Earl E Morrison, presidentof L ley, Susan Butchart, ,
Red Carolyn Corp, of West Palm Beach. Save $30.00
y night as the awtotoaK ,standing wild Devils down. During the Country Club, who stated Kiwanls ._.._._.........._. 7 0 Cox Mary Katherine Lee, Tony r ,
came from behind to fee fourth period Ckwiston that no one will live on the Lions ..-_?_............_- :3 I 4 Miller, Kay Owens Denna Wood. a Room air conditioners: were
L exciting Ridge .CoaferI scored 32 points while premise at the preient Additional Rotary ...?......_._....._ 2 5 10th Grade-Rudy Barton, Bill placed in the bedrooms of the Foam rubber
I game to Awn Park. TW6, holding Avon Park Avon Park to only 11 help will keep he clubhouse VFD .......................-......_. 2 5 Lawrence.12th south wing, thus reducing the size .
won the "B" full
38 points, 8 came
swished open during the usual
42-33. Grade-Beverly Preston area serviced by tile central
sal b\i\ with M-0*'*> mquarter. hoUTl, Outer Circle (At least 5 B's, units. All of the Inn apartments
g In the anal The Clewltleu (78)) Fg Ft Tp Baker wa formerly associated : 1 C allowed): received air conditioning In the HideaBedcovered
lettlt'lth A. .... _. Bowlingnews
WM also lied ICornR __ 2 812 with
period the.local radio station, 7th Grade-Barnle Bryan Alvin Improvement program. Glades
Farrar I
10 tree throws without ___ 3 2 8 and prior to that Donna Addison
time served u Fuller Ellis Gu Company, Clewiston, was
Baldree .__ with layendar
58. 0 1 1 director of the Delray Beach dark, defg Hooks, Barbara contractor for .U air condition
who assumed Yoder _____. 0 0 0 recreation department. He is Royal, Earle Edwards Kathleen .
Worrell a A LONG LOOK at the upstairs In, breathable nangahyde
Cartthers _.._.._ 4
,urdcn of ;the Tiger attack .. .,___ 3 11Mawna graduate of Florida State University IlAPPY Xn LEAGUE Smith, Judy Brantley. Stcfanie hallway .la Meet' colorful -
Mazzlna'i absence withn .14 838 ; In recreation, which will Willis. for Inn The .Interior The lower patio, used several
g fingers, scared only' 12 M. Morrell 0 2 JBlU. help him provide a well rounded Potaahnlck-Badgett .. 44 32 8th Grade-Emily Batey, Bon. gueats. times weekly for civic: club OnlY'$149.S0
......._ walla have freshly
content to feed 4 0 1Bualck Glades Restaurant ... 40 38
s ss he was program for the country ale Huey, Patrick Kelly, LaQui- and luncheons and for other gatherIngs -
painted new carpets
,.. 0 0 0 A&W Root Beer 38 38 ta Mazzlna Donna is newly furnished with
other Morrison.
,all to 1orrellmss Bowden .. ...... club.Work .. drapes add gay colors to the Will be reduced $10.00
ed by two 0 0 0 was begun this week for Dan's Dragline ..... ..-. 30 48 Steve Sexton, Barbara Waters, stained glass window. rattan furniture by Fick-Reed
Park players. Handicap Gauze Settee Steve Bell Karen Russell of Cincinnati. The week until sold.
Company per
Avon Totals _.._..._ Improving the present course: by Start PhewInn
28 22 'II Jackie Byrd ...._. Z38 569
and other
Baker and clearing: of trees for Kllpatrlck, Martha Prater, colors selected: for this
boa Perk (66)) Fe n Tp Ruth Tillman ..._. 199 _
Cesar Martinez, Nancy Corbin, furnishings are distinctly
tennis Bates ._ .. .,. .... the new pro-shop and country: sparkles Van Cothern's
isle I 0 1 club was begun by the contras: : Wilmer Buslck_.112 u." Joe Akin Lee, Jay McHenry, reminiscent of the shades of
Holden __ 0 1 1 Bobbl Swindal ._. 193 559 Danny Move and gold found In sugar
slatedle Sullivan _._ 12 0 Z.Coleman. tor. Bonnie Brasher w. .._. lWi Otis Grade Lynwood Bishop, (Continued from Page Ontl green cane and In during
urney raw sugar Custom
.. ........
2 2 6L. Scratch Gene Settee Barbara Clark, Valerie Crfut. in harmonious colors over new various stages of production.
> Tennis Tournament Strickler ._._ 5 4 U Junior boysbasketball Jackie Byrd,..,. .191 .SS Warren Fletcher, Frank Hunt Venetian blinds Furniture upholstery The 12 tables and 48 chairs are
Id at the Youth Center on W. Str1ckler: 4 2 10 Mary Evans .__ UI .11 David McCarthy, Bruce McCon- is gold and avocado, of a "eugar cane brown" and UpholsteryPhone
art 15. at 2:00: p.m. for Oberle ,.....,...,. 0 S S Frances Carla ._ 1" ._.. ville Tommy Mann, David Taylor and Mosaic bedspreads In gold the chairs are upholstered in
and girls\ men and women Bobbl Swindle UJ Buddy Thompson, Dianne further accent the bedoooms foam rubber with green and gold YU 2-5831
e following divisions: Totals ___ Z7 12 116Clewlaton The Klwanians added two Williams, Linda Reynolds, Anita Specially chosen water colon fabric covers.
mediates-grades 7 to 8nors 11 18 17 32-71 more wins to their undefeated LADIES OF LAKE Carlin, Rena Cox, Carol Davidson -
-grades 10 to 12. Avon Park_ 17 ZI 17 1168iSNiNG record last week as they out* Sports Shop ,_ 51 33 .
eglate-age 19-25 scored the Rotary by a marginof Old South ._ 494 3444 10th Grade-Bill Baled Jimmy -
ills-age 25 and over 38-16 and stunned the Lions U. S. Sugar ._u. 4544 384 Crockard, Marlon Crofut
........., .
st and second place win- by a one-sided score of 205. Lee Baldree's a 42 Mary Beth Fry, Freeman Hodges .
will qualify to compete In Davis was the big man for the Wilson Lumber ._ n 43 Bobby Jones, Michael Jon
istrlct Five Florida Rec-: Klwanls club Canebrake ......_. 31 4544 dan Dan Miller
) : with 16 points, McCarthy\ Jane -
>n Association tournamentheld I FoiONBoats while Freddie Robertson dumped Parkinson'"Ii 4I1i Jan Wilson, Kenneth Young, All Painting in the Redecoration
in Ft Pierce on Feb- in 12 for the losing Rotarlans. Hare Lumber SS 49 Ann Harvey, Fran Jennings,
22. beginning at 10:00: a.m. Mickey Williams threw in 11 IU Series Ser. IIdep. Kay Lowe. ,
importation will be fur Guides Gas .' Ice points In leading the Klwanls Polly McLendon _.. 447 558 10th Grade-Cindy: Alien Jlm- I
d by the Recreation De. Fishing Tackle Supplies win over the Lions Louise Rudd ._._. ...... 557 11th Grade-Cindy Allen, Jim- ofthClewiston
ent for those who cannot The Lions managed to chalk: Winnie Plank ....__. m 552 Sally Oliphant Bill Perry, Ricky
their own arrangements Johnson'sFishing up one win last week as they Lola Richmond ._"_.. t42 _" Sexton, Joanne Wood, Sandra
ding to Woody Carruthers outscored the Volunteer! Fire HI Came Ser IIdcp.: Brasher, Janice Carlin Elizabeth
> Clewlston Recreation De- Camp Department In a high scoring Polly McLendon .:... 171 Z08 Rogers, Sue Guthrie.
lent. Clewlston. fleu contest 16-12 William Navarro Laura Dorman ._._. .,,.. 204 12th Grade-Phyllis Crouch, '
Lola Richmond ._. 187 _" Chris Kelly, Debbie Kemp, Don.
s Dora Belcher ?._. 180 _" nle Knowles, Cheryl Lee, Mike Inn
sThalne Richardson .. 200 Mazzlna, Tammy Moore, Bar- .
bara Rigby, Fred Rlgglo, Cheryl ,
Lake League
I Iby'

Comforf Pleasure 1. U. S. Sugar, Clewlston! 45
points; 2. Frosty 44 points, 3.
WOWY, Grant's. 40 points
HI team set U. S. S. C. Clew-
Club members and
party goers guests lston. 2.482, Hi team game, U. fB .
S. S. C. Clewlston, 863 High Ind. I '.
V. Johnson .
set Jimmy Johnson, 549 Henry .

now find the upper and lower patios of The Clew 205.High Ind. Game, John Pelham, .

500 sets: Jim Brandon, WOWY CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Painting & Decorating, Inc; '
505; Wilbur Wincey, 511; Sidney FLake

iston Inn comfortable and pleasant in cold or hot Smith Frostie:548 Curtis; Young Thompson Crrech,, 513 540,, RADIO WSWN SERIES IOOKC Worth, Fla. ; I

Harry Vaughn, 515. USSC Clew. BELLE GLADE :' .
iston, John Hill 519, John Pel-
weather. ham, 527, USSC Bryant: Jimmy SUNDAYS. lIU P.M.

I Johnson, Greats, 549, Perry I
Rigdon, B. G Herald 512. ; I
I Over 200: Sidney Smith 204.( :
1 John Pelham, 205; Jim Johnson,

r.t 202.Men's league ongratulations-

tightens up To The
The standing of the Men's '
City Ba ketball League tightened ,
+ A rI up during the last two C.

nights of play as WOWY dumped ,
I Glade Gas In an exciting game CLEWISTON INN :
Thursday night Corblns splita aF 7f1, s :
pair of games as did Parkin 1

son's and Thrifty continued with .
Its unblemished loss record. .
In Thursday night's activity\ ,
Ronnie Roblson set an individual .on your redecorating and I
scoring record as be bucketed 30
d. 4 points In Corbln's 43-33 win
& ,K over the luckless Thrifty team.T. .

Carithers was high for Thrifty refurbishing
with 8 points.In program
the second: game that evening -

the strong WOWY team ,... ..
1 ,. J 1 aided by the addition of Phil .gal j-.w
Roland for the evening. dumpedthe
high flying Glades Gas team
for the first time 62-46 RolandIs
presently In service and plays '
Ie fr
with WOWY In their "pressure"games. b, I

Bobby Glddens was high for
the game with ZI, Roland bad 18 1' r tI tw f
and Woody Carruthers scored
12. In a losing effort Joe Bundywas I
high with 19, while usually I I
high scoring Ernie Hill was contained -
to 16 points.
Monday night Parkinson's led
-/r_ Glades Gae for approximately'
/ 28 minutes of the 30 minute
game, only to lose 4643. Raymond
Huebner bit consistently
with long set shots and fast
break lay-ups tor 21 points,
bryant while Ernie Kill returned the
favor on similar shots and buck.
eked 22 points for the winners.In .
the second game Corblns

Central with Heat Cycle units absorbed their third defeat at
Air Conditioning the hands of WOWY (7-48. Bur- .
en Hall was high for the victors Having specialized in commercial furnishings in ,

while Roblson netted 27 for the.
were installed for your pleasure and comfort. loser .

South Florida for over half a century, we are proud

Another difficult temperature control l problem solved Did You Know? to have participated in the. refurbishing of the .

by BRYANT engineering and equipment. availablefor .

You can get and the Clewiston Inn. '
your business or home, also, call YU 21311. guest rooms/ 11

bruant, Glades Gas Co. A! Hotel and Apartment Supply Corporation

AIR.CONDlTtofllNGi! Dan McCarthy 4805. South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida )

Clewitton Fla. Furniture Furnithinyt -Carpet Linear
Sugarland Hwy.
I Phone YU'2-9322. '


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Co. Feb. 10 Carl Ferrari. Beth my Adam.
Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston, Fla. performed by the Rev T. G. Maid of honor WM MM Linda i dressed In a brown velvet jacket Glade No date CM ha been set tor the Moorman, Dorothy ;Rutland. J'eb. 13-W. J. Rab1
Thursday, February 6, 1964 Greenberger,of V nus, Fla. and Bennett, of Arcadia; bridesmaids suit with matching aceessorlee wedding Feb. 11-Lloyd Kelly. reaa Carlton w4 L
the Rev Raymond Maya, of were Misses Michele Pat and a corsage of yellow and fall Feb. 12-Lynn Bleraonskt, E. Feb. 14 jo-
Arcadia, Fla. The ,room'* par- stern, Manor, Ky. cousin of the green cymbdlunt. C. Mill, Ernest L. Burke, Jim. Jones Ernestine t Hall,, M '
cots are Mr and Mr. C. Allen groom; MM. Frank Sospato, Assisting. the hostesses on the Birthday Greetings eavltt
Patricia Robarts, David Pattisonare Pettiness, 720 Apalachleola Road, Miami and Gall Cash, Naples. floor were Mrs Jim Bennett
Venice, Fla. The attendant were owned Mr. J. A. Simmons Mrs Dave Feb. 7 Grace Nottingham. hare
The church altar was arranged alike In street-ength dresses of Carr,Mrs. Bert Turner and Mrs. Feb. 8 Claud M. Glddens, When you something to ship
married in Arcadia ceremony before a bank of palm and blue peau\ de sole, worn with Fred Grid,.. Serving the wed L. J. Nobles, Jr., Leslie Carlton Remember REA
greenery, aDd wa decorated matching headpiece and accessories. ding cake and punch were Mrs.H. Mrs. Louise Hare, G. H. Coleman Express YU 2-2141
with floor basket ft white They curried crescent R. Duncan and Mrs. John Sr., Mrs. J. F Walker, Pick and
Miss Patricia Ann Roberts, married In a three ceremony tip Delivery Service.Ladies' .
and blue carnations shaped bouquet of white car
mum K. Johnson George Kemp.
daughter of Mr and Mr*. How- at Trinity Methodist
I ard W. Robert 614 West Oak Church, Arcadia, Saturday, February White taper in cathedral candelabra nations. For her wedding trip to New Feb. >-Mrs. Jackie Gentry.
abed oft glow on the The groom was attended by
I Street, Arcadia and David H. let a Orleans the bride chose a Jon-
I h his brother, Donald PattUon of
wedding! party.A and
with matching .
knit suit:
Pattison, of Clewlston were The double ring ceremony wasLINCOLN'S pull -
:,! program of nuptial music Venice, a* beet man. Ushers black accessories. She wore the
was presented by Mr. Roy Ap- were Sgt. Francis Schramm, white orchid from her wedding ..rw tlleees car,. rrra.
''j" pleby, organlset, and Walter Baltimore Md., Gary Bell, bouquet.On .
EFFORTS Rail, soloist who sang "Be Venice, Bill Roberts, brother of from their
cause," "Sweet Mystery of the bride, Arcadia and Luther their return will,
the couple
to establish equality of mn and topreserve Life"and"Wedding! Prayer." Davis and Richard Mattoon wedding trip Clewlston, where Mr.
reside In
The bride entered with her Clewlston.
the Union are worthy of i father, by whom the wa given Following the ceremony a wed Pattison is owner-manager of
highest praiie. ,But even today hat in marriage. She wore a wedding ding reception WM held at the Pattison Funeral Home.
s gown of peau de ante with applique Arcadia Country Club. Members Among the out of town guests
and sin 'to 'teardown
run rampant seeking lace the wedding were Mr. and
of imported Alencon ; of the wedding party and parents at
and destroy.t the basque waist had a portrait of he bride and groom re- Mrs Richard Mattson. Mr. and
neckline, and the cascading impressed ceived with the honored couple. Mrs. Richard F. Baker Mr.and w
fell into a bouffant Mrs. Roberts, the mother of the Mrs. William Baker C. J. Lov-
7nei* things" I hare ipoUn' unto you, that In' me ye might'" pleat
skirt with a chapel train. bride, was dressed In I belie vorn, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dresses
/tore/. peace. In llm world ye shell/ have tribulation/ but be of She wore a necklace] of cultured silk brocade Jacket dress with Davis and Mrs. Hilda Harper
good cheer I haw overcome ffie,; world. John 16:33: pearls, a gift of the groom. Her matching accessories and I corsage and children of C1ewl ton,.Roland Fla. Famous Fashions
fingertip veil of imported English of an eggshell orchid with Kapplinland, Venice, Ray 100% Daeron tt \\
Community Presbyterian Church illusion fell from a pillbox blue freezlas. mond Roster and Mr. and Mrs. I Shirtwaist Sheaths .i. i
407 Royal Palm Avenue hat of matching peau de sole Mrs. C. Allen PtttUon WM Lavle Andrewin, of Miami. / misses thru Vi sizes
HENRY HORKELL FORD, Minister and Alencoo lace, matching her r
11:45: A.M. Bible School 8:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship $14.98 '
11.00AM. Worship gown.She carried e crescent shaped Assembly of God is scene of
SERMON SUBJECT wedding bouquet red Yuletide Dan River Cotton
"The Greatness of God" and white freezla,
drip dry dresses
'., ,,,
centered with a white orchid.Plymouth's McDonald-Addison wedding J $10.98

,I .- Mis Alice McDonald, daughter Mrs. McDonald chose a blue I' Wash
I of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald dress with black accessories for Crease
and Mark Addison, son her daughter's wedding Her & Wear Cottons in
of Mr. Virginia McDuffi of flowers were variegated pink Half-Sizes l4V201 }/
: dewtston and Robbl Addison, carnations. The ,room'*mother.
low price of Miami, were married Lsa Mr*. McDuffie was dressed in ; $10.98
double ring ceremony perform a white suit with navy accessories -
of God Fri and a corsage of peppermint -
ed at the Assembly
4 is classic understatement.. day evening. The pastor,Rev. carnation AmylRoss
a James F KimbreU officiated. After. their wedding trip the o%
Prior to the ceremony, Mr. young couple will reside\ in
James Kimbrel, provided a program Clewlston. Wash & Wear cottons;
) of nuptial\ music, and also sleeveless or rollups
.i'. played the traditional wedding! sizes 9 to 20
.:t marches, Mrs. Quincy West- Engagement
j beery, Bolobt, sang "Because. Announced $10.98 & $12.98
and "Through the Year*" with
1 Mr. KImbrel accompanying. .,,-i' ;. ;. ?
The altar of the church wa
centered with a large floor arrangement GIRLS' r
of while carnation,
'.1 mum and gladioli, flanked on Truly Fair Dresses Matey Sets "
either side by palm and white
plaid cottons
taper in cathedral candelabra. (by the makers of
The bride wore a formal wed- Peaches n' Cream) Crop tops $2.49Jamaicas
ding gown of whIte lace over
taffeta. The floor length skirt dressy pastel cottons 3.98 } !
tt was in tiers and was fashioned Easy Care Girls Ise} '
I1 with decorative bows to accent Slim 3.98 5
11 pants 7
its sweep; the bodice wa fitted 3 to 6x $2 98
> with squire neck, land long Wrap around -
sleeve ending In point at, the Skirts 4.98
I wrist Her veil of Illusion was 7 to 14 $3.98 Culottes
shoulder-length end wee attached
to a mall crown. sizes 7 to 14
The bride' bouquet was a
Talk about value-and you willprice that will amaze you. And cascade arrangement of carnation
irl the only'thing equal to Plymouth's Plymouth invites comparison. You'll end gypsophllla, centered PARKINSON'SThe DEPARTMENTNOTICE

6j 3 low price is Plymouth' classic good probably find that,car for car,model with a white orchid.

',' looks! It's a rare combination.. for model, feature for feature, you The maid of honor,wa Mb CHERRY MCDONALDMcDonaldPelham
I one of the most handsome cars on won't get BO much car for so little- Mildred McDonald sister of the
bride, who wore cranberry
II' the road at a kind-to-the-Docket anywhere!So go see your dealer now! chiffon formal with matching
hat She carried a bouquet of Mr. and Mr.W. E. McDonald
pale pink carnation and pink announce the engagement of
I sensation roses. their daughter,Cherry Eileen,to
Charles Curtis Felham, ion of
,; Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth brother The groom, RobbIe was Addison attended, a by* best his Mr.Clewlston.Mi and Mr. J. A. Pelham of

< man. Usher were Raymond
A Heubner, of Clewlston, and McDonald 1 II a memberof
Tucker Tbwnson of Miami. the senior class of dewiaton
j BECK MOTORS Following the ceremony a High School, and expect to
wedding! reception was held lathe graduate In June. Mr. Pelham
. reception room at the attended Clewlston High School
and is presently employed by
church, which were decoratedwith
Highway and San Benito Street Clewuton Fla.
white gladioli and mum laws of Florida require that owners of property
The three-tiered wedding! cake
wa topped with satin wedding! EDWARDS shall make a return to the County Tax Assessor, listingall

bell. Punch, cake, nut and property at full cash value
,t mint were served to the guests Plumbing Repair on or before April 1st of
by Mss Vernelle Llndsey, MIl Replacements.Installations each year. I will be at the places named and dated below

r STEAK ,Lewi Jackie Johnson Mlt.Cherry and Mica McDonald Twyla, for the purpose of receiving returns on REAL ESTATE,

sister of the bride, kept thebride's Trouble Shooting PERSONAL AND INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROP-

For traveling book. on a brief hon "Septic Tank A.Specialtif ERTY, for 1964.
f: : : eymoon the bride changed to a
; HUNGRY two-piece travel suit in yellow, Please meet me with a correct description of all prop-
with beige accessories. She wore Call YU 2-6711
the orchid center from her wed- 325 E. Ventura erty owned by you or as agent. The law also requires

ding bouquet. that you make application for HOMESTEAD EX-

t :. :': Chef Ernest McCray EMPTION, WIDOW'S EXEMPTION, and DISABLED
it: .. EXEMPTION, each year. I have the

',t\;\;* A is ready to broil for YOU Please forms and make will be glad to assist in every way possible.

-'. { THRIFTYDRUG your return and avoid PENALTY
i1 I
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': ': .:.. Selected, Top Grade US Choice FT. DENAUD Jan. 28th-9:30: A.M. To 11:00: A.M.OLD .

i. FELDA Jan. 29th-9:30: A.M. To 12 Noon.POST .

1 New York Cut ( OFFICE)

SPECIAL HOOKER'S POINT Feb. 4th-9:30 A.M. To 4:00. P.M.

; : SIRLOIN STEAKAvailable SUGAR MILL Feb. 5th-9:30 A.M. To 12 Noon.

( from Noon for those who cant wait vnttt '6 P.M.rI ) RROMO AALOX HARLEM Feb.. 6th-9:30 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.

Reg. esa Reg. 11.41
1 Served in our dining room 390 991 CLEWISTON Feb. 8,11,12,13,14-9:30: A.M. To 4:30:

Limit I Units'Limbed P.MLaBELLEMarch .
every day (COUNTY
FACIAL TABU SPRAY lit and thereafter.

Re,. 350 Re,. 13.00 Homestead
241 $1.50 application must be made: each year

I l THE I Lin 10 TON INN GOLDEN with mashed Shopper'DROWN potatoes FRIED Luncheon, black CHICKEN eyed peas Lucille SmallTax

hot rolls and butter ,

Florida : ti Telephone YU 2-3501) 58? or 2 for 980 Assessor, Hendry County



of Lakeland, who came downto overnight guests of their sister, Bride-elect is Ctewlston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS: Page Five

Lfd be with Mrs. Schick during Mrs Mayme: Hutto. and Mr. and Dickeys electedby Thursday. February 6, 1904 .
her hospltallzatton. Mrs Schick Mrs. C, J Loworn Wednesday;
who is manager of the school night The visitors have been shower honoreeMrs.

> itllf.ERSQNAl lunchroom now recovered and vacationing: on the west coast Eastern StarsMrs. Late ClassifiedsFOR
Dean Boulltant, MIll
back on duty. and left for a stay in Miami before -
M< | Mrs. W. 0. Campbell Mrs. W. returning: home. Helen Dickey was elected Vernelle Llndsey and Miss Anna SALE OR RENTBrandnew INCOME TAXSERVICE
J. Cato, Mrs. Frank PoMl Postell were hostesses ait a bri- 2-bedroom home. Ter.
rlfSlriD R. G. Mattsonand Mr. and Mrs worthy matron and her husband dal shower Miss
Miss Sara Jo Cato were in were visitors in Fort Myers on Carlos Dickey, complimenting same floor; built-in kitchen;
Miami worthy Alice McDonald Thursday! evening. tile bath. central heat, utility
Tuesday business. gas
$ on Tuesday. -
patron, of Sugarland Chapter, W. 0. PERRY
Mr. and The party; was held at the room carport Convenientto ,
Henry Kothmanand Jack hurt returned from Order of Eastern Star, last
Pit Room Glades Res
of the
Miss Dora Kothman of San Texas where he has been workIng week. Other officers elected are hospital and high school. Tax Consultant
Guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred Angela, Texas were guests of Mrs. taurant. Owner will help finance for responsible
for several months. Betty Carlton associate
Orris this week were Mr. and Mr. and The honoree was attired In. buyer. Immediate 144 Arenlda Del Bio.
Mrs. Harold Cressens, Dr. and week during Mrs. E. C. Mills for a Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Phillipsof matron; her husband Leslie blue suit with black accessories. possession Phone YU 9322.. C. Phone YUkon S-7IU
a vacation In Florida.
Fort Lauderdale spendinga Carlton. associate: patron; Mrs.Betty .
Mrs. Curtis Benton and Mr. and The visitors are The hostesses presented her with L Benson Itc BUllne..PerlOnalFarmComplete
Mrs. O. K. Phillips of Fort Lau- are Texas week in dewiston, where they Joy Howard conductress: an orchid corsage as she arrived -

derdale, Mr. and Mrs Charles ranchers and and enjoyed the farm came to visit and to enjoy Lake Mrs. Vera Gunter associate at the party. HOUSE FOR RENT-Call Beryl Bookkeeping
ranch tours which their fishing Mr. Phillips Is a former conductress; Mrs. Fade Root Guests Misses
Owsley and Mr. and Mrs. Roy boats attending were Bowden. YU 3-1201 days
arranged for them Service
Cochran of Kansas City. their during principal of Clewieton High son, secretary; Mrs. Florence Cherry McDonald, Anna Postell, 2-54U evenings. Itc
stay. Wells, treasurer and Seth Howard .
Mr and School. Linda Grant, Patricia Owens,
Mrs. W. J. Cato attended -
Mrs. Ross LaByer has .
bner H. Vann the production "Fair from returned Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Moron .entineLWorthy Barbara Wlnn, Penny Ronan,
Tampa where she
Game for Lovers," starring Leo several and children are moving this matron and_ patron, Mildred McDonald, Carolyn
days with her
I Ph. aura Genn, Forrest Tucker and Maggie Mrs. Sallie Tagllarlnl who sister week to Canal Point to reside. Mrs. Anna Ford tend Ralph Gann Vernelle Llndsey Becky Thank You John Corbin
Hayes at the Royal PoInci- They will be In the new Hooks Ford, presided at the meeting Sullivan Twyla Lewis Jeannette ,
\ .. surgery recenu, Apartments. He Is associated An Installation to which Scott, Jackie Johnson, Donna
2-597 ana Playhouse in Palm Beach open :
..........: last week. Jack where Scott left Friday for Orlando with the Bryant Sugar House the public Is invited. will be Gall Redish and Mrs. Dean for buying Donna Keen's Reserve Champion

Mr. and Mri. H. D. Schick who bad been he called Joined there Mrs.earlier Scott,- Mrs. Boats Loworn spent planned for Saturday, February Boulifant. Steer at ,Southwest Florida Fair
.mi Uf Insurance Company.foidct had .s their guests last week Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. 22nd. at the Masonic Hall.
last week to be with her father -
,Illinois. and for
Bloontlngton Vernon F. Reeves in Okeecho. constant
her sister, Mrs. Bonard Odum, C. D. Couch who was very Baptist women hold

111 in the hospital. Mr. Couch 4-H Club programs

passed away on Monday. Sorority hearsart executive meeting
Miss Linda Walker, a studentat
the University of Florida, Mrs. W. F. Nail president of. Hendry County 4-H Club
the First Baptist Church1 Wom.en'
Gainesville was a weekend visitor -
with her sister, Mrs Elbert programMrs. Missionary Society, presided -
Mr. and Mrs. James W. over a recent executive meeting
0'r .1 Hooker and family Fran of Lafayette. La. announce Margaret Bare end Mrs. of the group.
Mies Judy Vann returned to
Stetson the birth of a son, John Robert Bass discussed Art In After repeating the watch
University at DeLandto Warden on January 24th. Mrs. the Home lit the regular meetIng word and prayer, those present
resume her studies following a of Beta Pi chapter of Beta
It ran is the former Bethla approved the recommendation
RESTAURANT visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abner Mueller daughter of Mr. and Sigma Phi Tuesday evening that Mrs Rachel Miller be circle Under ownership.
Vann. new
Mrs. Frank W. Mueller, now of The program Included an art chairman of the Alberta .
Mr. and Mil. Rudolph KIrk.
We Got 'Em Again! land of Orangeburg. S. C. were Pahokee. Mrs Mueller spent a qui for members.Mrs. Taylor night circle. Plans were
week In Lafayette with her Frank Mottley was hostess also made for the personal preference

daughter and family following. at the meeting, which was survey for the W. M. U. ResortBoats
Rainbow Trout! Jolly Roger
r !t the birth of the new son. held in the chapter room at the which will begin In February.

Mr and Mrs. Carl Lamar Elks Lodge. Mission study chairman Mrs. fJ
Alaskan King Crab! Ferrara announce the birth ofa Attending were Mrs. Mike Maxwell Downs announced that

Tlaur-Frt-8aL-Feb. $M- son yesterday at Hendry )Milicevic Mrs Wm. A. Baker Rev. and Mrs. J. Ed Taylor Motors Gas Oil
Oysters on Half Shell! Children tOo General Hospital The baby Mrs. J E. Spooner, Jr., Mrs will not be able (to teach the .
Live Bait Tackle Guide Service
weighed seven pounds, five Jack Redlsh. Mrs Richard F. mission book, "Apogee" as previously
Walt Fun Show
Soft Shell Crabs! "SWORD IN TIlE STONE" ounces. Baker, Mrs. Mike Herring, Mrs. announced. but Mrs.
Freeman Hodges, Jr. Mrs. Harold Downs end Mrs. W. F Nail will
Lee of
Miflcat-Mlrta Music Mr. and Mrs. Granlms Free Boat Ramp
Fresh Estep, Mrs Luther Davis work together in presenting it on ,
Shrimp Only! LaBelle are the parents of a
February 27 from 10 a.m. until
Mrs Robert McColley Mrs W.
son, Jeffrey Todd born Friday .
Florida African and SUIIMOIIFeb. lit January 31. at Hendry General W. Carruthers, and Mrs. Frank 2 p.m. Only three minutes from dock to lakel
Gentry. It was recommended that a
"SURF PARTI"It's Hospital. The baby weighed 8Vi I
goal of 1425 be set tor the Annie
a Real Swinging Splash pounds.
Danish Lobster! Courteous Service
Armstrong Week of Prayer for Prompt I
Manuel Carria-
Mr. and Mrs. Tabitha ClassThe
ales of LaBelle are parents ofa home missions. Open to serve you seven days a week.
All Steaks U.S.Choice! Tues-Wed-Thor.. Feb. 11-1M1 son Martin born Friday, Jan. Tabitha Sunday School: Attending the meeting were ,

'GYPSY"Resallad 31 weighing 84 pounds, at Hen- class of Hi Haven Baptist Church Mesdames Levlta Tanner Mar j

)r Anything Else Russell dry General Hospital. met Monday night with Mrs. tha Thomas Irene Downs, Ruth

Natalie Wood Mr. and Mrs. Hilarlo Maldon- Pat Drake presiding Mrs. Browning, Mildred Wood, Ruth
Widest of fine foods The girl who became the LaByer, Ruth Nail, Nell Stevens Jolly Roger ResortPhone
variety ado are parents of a girl, born Floyd Royal, and Mrs. W. R. Lillian Kelly
Alvina Whittle
greatest Show In Show Bust&
for 100 miles yesterday, Feb. 5, weighing seven Baxter gave devotionals and E. M.' Cornette.Sugarland .
seas pounds three ounces, at Hen- Mrs. Paul Holladay won the YU 3.1801

dry General Hospital.Ti Bible quiz led by Mrs. Pat Pharmacy
Drake. Hostesses Mrs. C. W.

Mann and Mrs. Royal served refreshments U.S. 27 and Industrial Canal
to Mrs.' Drake, Mrs. PIZZAYU I

Baxter, Mrs. Hollsday, Mrs. W. .
R. Broadrlck. Mrs. Vlctoi
Turner and Mrs. W J. Jackson. 2-3311

j tefoneGIVES .w'

Falcon provesAmerica's toughest I l

YOU MORE IN '64 compact in the rugged Monte Carlo Rallye I


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( New Miracle Rubber for Thousands of Extra Mis/ ]

Tinstone tires give you mON In '64 less porous than ordinary rubber and

...more miles for your money with therefore more resistant to abrasion
SUF-*TOT rubber,the toughest rubber caused by today's modem road sur.faces. .

\ eves cIeftIoped. ThIs ".tJylmproved YOU'RE: MILES AHEAD with
t rubber wears more slowly bscause It U Firestone tires with"' '-111rubber./ .

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No Limit on Miles..No Limit on Months. 'I :

No limit. on Speeds..No Limit on Roads! IL0 w I:. .' I



.'. HlnMrkmmMpn. 2Sn fOld/n...<.... Inl..... (_opt ".......".. MId Meal on FVMtont price cwrtnt at ttnonctett 1. : : : .
1 ) far the." MS (4 the" tfnal goal. of adjuttiMnl. : '

Fear........._...."tea Ode tau boa Puts,vn mss mwwivis w v*pad wt vIMIMIiir and IetItIIL Wane wnwiUUm Vtliwg inHH deer.BIllvT CDXI broad (TW
NO EXTRA COST 1 4' bg file h 1lUndi"C|-- lilt lime eaMdala.. mad,sv,lifcislor<...,.. Her,a ,IkIIIlWlrllluau&ll: suddN snow shwa blng IrICtioA III a pllC1lC1 AlII.

Falcon entered two classesin only 163 went still In the rally when the by a Valiant was 88th overall. Falcon

R RSR Europe's 2,700-miletrinter field struggled into Monaco-but they gained invaluable experience in how to

WITH SUP R TUF included all eight of the specially build a car better, make it tougher
BUY NEW FIRESTONE TIRES ordeal-toon diem both and equipped Falcons that originally started I ITbJseighUwtofeightrecora sharpen up its total performantt. That's

finished 2nd overall out of ; was perhaps the real reason Ford is Interested inopen

RUBBER AND NO LIMIT GUARANTEE 299 can. That's durability! more remarkable than the fact competition-and why Ford-built I
that despite a handicap formula that can .have got so much more to showdriven.
favored the smallest ca1'l,1 Falcon cap Drive one and see; it won't
In the Ralfye's five turad second place overall. One car can have six lights or a horn you can hear .
special Alpine sections have luck but eight have to have for four miles in stormy weather or ,
W txr/ormaiMM. Because the Rallye the other special rally equipmentbut -. ',;
teas first overall I samples every variety of weather and It'll sure surprise you! "i

in four, tied for first inone. .4 road conditions the continent can provide 1.. I
1 and because it winds up on the
That's roadahilityt TRY PERFORMANCE \;
most; remote byways in the French .
< Maritime Alps, it Is a supreme test of FOR A CHANGE! :
In the Rallye's final all the car's abilities.Falcon steering had

'fe.t to be flawless! on glare ice above 1,000-
around the) Monte
vffarlo foot drop. Those fabulous V-8's had to
racing course, Falcons run lib dynamos. FORD

teere first and second. The final results In the UonU Carlo

1w 3s Rallye rare Falcon 2nd place) overall
"Cndrc/G it ;hat maneuverability lit ra Class S of the Touring category ralcon.Faklane.Twrd.ThuadcrbfrdWINNta
Just say lit and 2nd in Class 6 of the much ,
;/'MONTE CART O-The: asn Mont tougher Grand Touring category lit Of MOTOR TalND'S1
NO MONEY DOWM with trade in tiresFord's Carlo Rallye started with 299 cars. and 2nd in the final three-lap test on

Son*.2,700 .miles and 8H days later i the Monte Carlo circuit.The 'best finish I maA.@)moaxsw


s.r".I.u'L. :: way Clowuton, Fla.Fort .

West Phone ?U2..2861:
Sugarland, Hwy. r- presents"A/rest and TrW-ABC-TV Network-ate your' local stings for time and channel ._.. _.

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Six TIlE a.EWISTON NEWS Clewiston na. Show were Ray Bun Jr HoU the Mme hula! M much of. theBaton's for age three of 3 *o dose 12 weeks at monthly to Want Intervals. Boys in Service Pensacola, gla.Completlm of. the :
business! The mark the to' v.:
Thursday February 6. 1964 stein' 15 months. Steve CTBan- refcuJng This medicine usually first ttcp 1.
non Holstein 4 months; Nancy man who started the 'Vandal against diphtheria and FENSACOLA Fla Marine commission and blag dt?;'

Albrltten Guernsey, S months, \\l --.' store rears ago recognized whooping protects cough too. In children Second Lieutenant James W. ed a naval aviator
ribbon for ber Sill pound steer Gary Attrition Holstein S ->;.;l,_.... the possibilities for soaking over five years of age, two dose Nail, son cf B. E. Nan, Jr., of

4-H members "Smoke," and later in the' 4-H months and Charlotte Corbitt Bogota Jan. 27, 1964 money oa a amall be profit had per to at monthly Interval are re- 200 East Sugarland Highway, .sssrsssai
Qub-FFA competition in competition S months all of La- unit But to do it, for the -
Guernsey, County Agent also
This Is true for trainingJan.
volume of tale to quired. Clewlston, reported every Marine
with all steers of both build a
Bell*. P. O. Box 168 to keep your
order III
win ribbons divisions, copped "Grand Cham Wesley Tanner, Holsteln.. 26 LaBelle. Florida. ret a large total net profit adults. In to date, a booster 27 at the Navy' Pre-Flight Coast Guard aviator belli
I pion" for "Smokey". months; Carl Willis! his blue- Dear Mr. Agent: He did tt. And thafl and big'chalns the wayous dose protectlon should be given one year School at the Naval Air Station. training. !

Donna also was awarded a ribbon-Angus a. Holstein, 6- In our efforts to develop a supermarket The discount after the series, with additional
atSWFla.Fair red ribbon for Showmanship months and a 29-month Hol watermelon growing program In operate today to there selling booster required every three
;' Carl Willis of Felda received stein; Donny Blakely, Holsteln. Colomibia, we would like to find stores try get cutting In case of injury, cut or
by year
: a red' ribbon for his 22-month 28 months; Maurice TIllm.... grower or companies of grower prices down even more and scratch additional booster at oft JUljjjR ]
of dewiston, all frills
Keene possible
Donna old Angus heifer and placed in Ayrshire, 21 months; Christine who might be intereseted Incoming out that time are recommended. VI
out profitably i
the Hendry County lervlce But to come Mtjj
representing ; the blue ribbon class for Show Cbarltoo, Holstein 21monthand here to this country. Tetanus toxoid gives a long lastIng -
4-H Club at the opening da] on a thin profit margin per
Your ia melon
manship. 4-month; Jane Charlton, country a big
I : (4-H division) o f business of any kind. protection.:
Steer Show unit. no
Holstein. 21-month and 4-month producer and certainly there anti-toxin 1* a medicine
Southwest Florida Fall r Other local 4-H Club member agriculture, can affordto
the Including
and Jack Charlton. Holstein 13 should be some farmers who ) which directly
received a btu.o exhibiting in the Cattle neglect anything new that can in Fort Myers, :
.j ,. month, all of Felda. would like to be able to ship lower unit production cost fights the poison made by

t Donna Keene. Holstein 6- Failure to do that spell eventual the tetanus germe. This type w
months, Clewlston. : total failure.. used when there are spa of the 'Accredited Farm & Land Broker"

L Barry Goldring of Arcadia, March. ambitious farmer, disease.This medicine only lasts
II :. representing; the DeSoto County There are land owner herewith have Intelligent been t.aware of the new for a abort time, and therefore ItunnoBd Knight Realty. Inc. ,niBor.PICBl
; 4-H Club was awarded tractor, bouse, pumps, for some doesn't give a long lasting pro ... seas. BI_ BMKh '010 Awnui I
'j "Grand Champion" for his 958 tubing, car. equipment and all trend in agriculture who doing tection.: Tetanus anti-toxin is West F.i. _.. PI.r44 Blviera B aci
Those are
\ time.
pound Angus. the requisites lor good melon tetanus poison
something about it find the demand made by injecting:
growing-no rain intense beat all
people are
In Into horse Many
on their time are
\ sandy soil, drainage nematode decision lergic (sensitive) to horse serum
USSC cattle free, clear day and nearness to creasing.! Management : .
win used in everyperson.
t U. S. markets. are the key to successful: farming so it cannot be
.. A akin sensitivity test
today and It takes more
ShIps from Colombia arrive) *
for this allergy.
time to keep with all me new used to check people ,
Florida in New York ia four days at
at S. FairPrize .
very low freight rates of under developments that are coming would tetanus 5HOMESrFES
rapidly In every phase of agricultural If everyone get
r'j 2c per pound. Watermelon Is lastIng ACREAGE
long '
I toxoid which gives
Brahman and darol- production.
bringing 12e pound now on .
i alas cattle were exhibited by the New York per market Landowners Leu and tea time in the field Immunity ((3 year beforea would .;...
Sugarland Ranch at the South ia Colombia do not know more time to the office, more booster is needed), we
Florida Fair in West Palm how to good disease-resist reading and studying and more not have any deaths from this
r Beach last week. The Ranch: ant winter groy vegetable They will educational meetings' to attendare disease. Check with your family 1:! J"
owned and operated by United required of the farm owner. doctor for advice on your pro-
split with one of the! farmer on ." :
,( States Sugar Corporation, com all they sell, but will not pay while more of the actual production tection. 'awe 1 1You'll HOUSES
peted against two of the best- salaries. : operation is turned over v North It
UNTOUCHED BY HANDSCheckerboard known Brahman herds In the Could you\ tell us what price to a competent farm. managerand of hlghwaj
\ I" state-A. Duda and Sons, Cocoe: orange grower receive) for oranes some skilled help. Community type
and W H. Stuart. Bartow. sold to the wholesaler or California tomato grower
Competing; in four of the six from cooperatives. Also price have been told if they don't find realistic prices on every

classes offered in the Brahman for different grade going into adopt mechanized: harvestingthe phone directoryThe Beardsley listing.
division Sugarland Ranch animal juice. state .is apt to lose Its canning

won first place in the Please address your reply, via tomato industry.In telephone directory: which
group: Two bulls bred and owned air mall as follows: a recent panel discussion 'will soon be distributed in this
by exhibitor; and first placein Mr. Walter Tatum.Agr. grower agreed that mechanization : area has a decidedly: new ap
;. .r ;Jr : Pair of yearlings bred and Diversification Activity. probably is Inevitable but pearance. Already known a* the J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED

owned by exhibitor; and first Care American Embassy some thought it could come Sugarland-CatUe Directory: the
News. place in: Pair of calves bred Apartado Aereo 3831 gradually. They were warned to ne wbook was designed for use REAL ESTATE BROKER
r and owned by exhibitor; and Bogota, Columbia (South speed up the process. The possibility of users in Clewlston, Indian-
I, H from second place In: Two female America). of losing their supply! of town, LaBelle, Moore Haven E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501

a:! bred and owned by exxhibltor. Hoping we can start contact Mexican bracero labor Increase and 'Okeechobee.: It no longer
The Ranch also won the much with some Interested parties. the urgency for a changeover u contains Fort Myer or other
1 CORBIN FARM & RANCH SUPPLY coveted Get of Sire Class a Very truly :yours, rapidly a* possible. town in the southwest Florida
group of four representing both Walter Tatum, In the meantime, earlier reports area.

Sugarland Highway Cle wis ton, Fla. exes, sired by the same bull. Market Promotion Advisor. about progress In developing D. J. Hilton, district manager
In the Charolal division there a mechanical harvester for said the new type directory: has
I .... were no other entries except the blueberries appear to have beena been requested by many customer THE PETE SMITH HOMES
: Sugarland Ranch entries, and little too optimistic and a who wished a smaller
they were automatic prize win bit premature. community type directory.
} ners. The Michigan company working The book contains: listings of Designed For Florida Living Pleasure

S. 1. Crochet vice president, Itt on the problem reports it the towns named In alphabeticalorder
and director of ranch operations! may be five to ten years be- ; then follows the yellow QUALITY - ECONOMYBuilt

said the Ranch plan to follow fore a fully automatic combine- classified pages of business advertisements
the ihow circuit: of the major type machine Is perfected and and listings. As a By:

J y shows, including: SoutheasternFat DONfVERCOMMISSIONER when it is reedy the cost maybe sort of bonus the book contains
Stock Show. Ocala; Florida riQmo DEPARTMENT) micuiTin I hlgh-around $15.000. in a back section: telephone listings SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA

State Fair, Tampa, and Central It seems to me, however, that of Sebrlng and Avon Park. FLORIDA CORPORATION
tlJf' Florida Fair Orlando.Awards Observer on the Washington equipment cost .is largely rela. The customary informationand
.Va4p scene who keep an ear tuned to tive. If it can Increase efficiency reference pages, with calendar 2Y Years Serving Florida's Home-Makers

future trends are advising farmers enough, the cost may be justi postal information, etc., are
made to get set for the biggest fied. Included. SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Jf' boom In agriculture this nation The Inter-County system has

ha ever sea and a drastic SOD telephone customer listed The Southernaire
d.r for river land tightening of the oo t price Health doctor in the book. In the 13 count: ]

i. within few area served by Inter-County a
squeeze a very year* C
Several condemnation suits, makes tetanus
to there are over 78,000 telephones.
Farmers art being urged
(brought by the Central and esg
r tighten up on their operationsin and about 52,000 miles of lon z
Southern Florida Flood Control statementThere
every poa'bleway! to Increase distance circuits lacing togetherthe
District to secure land for the
'H right of way for the work along efficiency right now. Those who still seem to be some 29 exchanges,
the Caloosahatchee river In the heed the warning, It to pointedout misunderstanding about the disease

: r LaBelle area, were heard before have a chance to make big Tetanus and the preventive Better raise pigsIf
Judge Lynn Gerald In the spring profit before t the squeeze becomes measure to be .Taken 1 hope I
1 term of circuit: court. really tough. will not further confuse this you are looking for an op
Awards made by the 12-man Basis for this advice Is the matter. Tetanus .is a disease portunlty! in the livestock bust
For the cowman. jury, of which Ernest O. Miller continuing: population explosion' which can be prevented. Anyone ness, Dr T. J. Cunha, head ol
of Clewlston was foreman, and prospects: for a continuingupward : \ can get tetanus If he gets a cut, the Animal Science Departmentfor
'1,1 A REWARDING MOMENT were: trend in costs of production injury or scratch which breaks the University of Florida'

G. Robert Koopman, 3.59 acre but-no appreciable change the skin and the tetanus germs Agricultural Exxperiment Stations .
11 At last the rewarding moment has arrived for the in Gov. Lot 2. Section 29, Township In price now being paid to the get into this wound. Tetanusgerms says that there 1 is plentyof s

cowman. the care given the mother cow baa 43, Range 28, 14,800; G. farmer are found In th dirt and room in the swine Industry,
I' paid off! Robert Koopman .47 acre in Consequently per-unlt profit! soil. There are two kinds of pro Florida is producing only
S. 29, T 43, R 28, '11,380 WalterS. margin will be pared even tection. These are called tetanus about 20 per cent of the pork It
4 From now until calving tune fa a critical period for and only farmer with 3 Bedrooms Room
( Crewson .59 acre in S 29, more toxoid and tetanus antitoxloTetanu. consumes.: Each year some IS- 2 Baths Carport Utility
the cow. She ia not only maintaining her own body, T 43. R 28, $1.050; Sylvia K. Ze- )large-volume output can expectto toxoid Is s. medicine 000 feeder pigs are imported.
but building the unborn calf, too. mel, 4.11 acre In Gov. Lot 16, maintain net income at a (Immunization) which causesyour "There Is no reason why theie Features:

t l' Result on range are harder to measure than in the S 16, T 43, R 28, $6,576; Gene B. woth while level.. Instead of the own body' to make a substance feeder pigs can't be produced Ceramic Tile Sills Tab and Shower, Vinyl Tile
feedlot-but just as important In the feedlot daily Harrison, 2.68 acre in Gov. Lot 3V4 million farmers now in bustsmess to fight tetanus germs. in Florida" Dr. Cunha empha Wni
only about 1% million are This medicine is started at the sizes. Floor and Base Mfg Kitchen Cabinet, Awning
6 R 43
gains can be weighed-cost of gain determined. S and S 16, T 43. 4.260; but
expected to survive they'llbe
Mary Hoak. 1.11 acre in S II,
t Purina Dealers have demonstrated Purina superiority T 43, R 28,11,776.Steve producing more than ever INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS
,. in the feedlot with public feeding demonstra in thU.S.
tions. The same research formulates Purina Range To show you what happen 8 acres 330 feet FOR MORTGAGESWe
Sexton secondin when gross income remains unchanged
,I Checkers-and for the same reason-results. From
now until calving time feed Purina Range Checkers. over a period of years refer you to many happy customers
On Caloosahatchee
Don't be misled by "chin music" and cheap prices. cattle judgingSteve is recent an example issue of published Progressive in a Rivernear CLIP and Mall For FREE BROCNREE __-

Get Purina Range Checkers now at our store with Sexton, Clewlaton 4-H Farmer: LaBelle
i the Checkerboard Sign. prove to yourself Purina member, tied for second place Farms with gross of $10.000 Main Office Southern Air Built Homes, IneP.O. -

'f.i V feeding can cost you less! with tour other boy in the Beef averaged in 1945 a net of $5,000; Good Price Good Terms Box 1871Punta Gorda, Fla-\
Judging Contest at the Southwest in 1962 net was $3,000 and by 3422 Fowler
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the reason why more farmers feed PURINAATTENTION last week. be down to $2,000. The steady

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until three month ago and I 50 per cent of gross income
think they made a fine showing in 1945 65 per cent .in
at the Fair We were particularly : 1955 and TO per cent in 1962. The
proud of Steve's rank in net income estimate for 1970
view of the abort experience and indicate expenses will be 80 '
I training he had" said Jerry per cent of gross income then. Complete Line Of
Farmers, Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Flint assistant county agent It looks like farmers in theyear
and 4-H Club advisor.
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Rotarians honor ere classes in various arts and Thursday, February 6, 1984
crafts, especially ceramics,

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dewiston High School, discussed
Circle honor studentsof the athletic program at the
Clewlston High School were school. Baseball practice will I

LAssITLED( RATES: Four FOR SALE...House, 36'x36, 609 FOR SALE!:-14-ft Orlando Clip guests of the Clewlaton Rotary start in about two weeks, he of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
70 E. Trinidad. Club Monday. President Carl aid. He offered the suggestionthat
insertion. Feb27p
mts per word per per, 28 Johnson electric, JANIE S. GAJADHA
Hornsby recognized them for all civic clubs could loin Colored News Editor
charge; four 1Dr stove
; Also
minimum priced to sell. gas
nts together in Boosters Club to
fine academic achievements
, the price 3--three. good condition, $25. Call YU aid the school obtaining addttkyial Phone YU 2-7691
- and introduced each
PHONE R'land one
YUkon 2-4391 after 5. Mrs. Susie
& tic Individually All students who !Athletic facilities suchas Honor Roll Hunt; remarks Rev. James
Persona whose name ap- have been on !the Inner Circle a paved tr.ck.Shoot Honor Roll-Third SU Weeks Henderson; obituary, Mc.. Rosa
pear In the cla fled ads 4 FOR SALE Parakeets. $2.00 in any of the three six-weeks First Grade, Mrs. L. Welters Lee Gresham; eulogy, Rev. D.
mar pick ap M. paled 10 up, Mynah birds; African love periods were invited Three of and Mrs. E. E. Tlsdale instructors L. Blackshear; acknowledgement
the Dixie Crystal Theatre I birds, monkeys cages, supplies.Pet the students David Beardsley, follows Melbia Calnous, Deborah of cards, telegrams and
compliment ef the New : I"f boarding. Thompson Wild Denna Woods and Rudy Barton Weekley Tony Williams, Calvin flowers; viewing of remains; re-
end Theatre. Paved must be \ I Iff I'I I'E,E Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- have been on the Inner Circle all Castleberry. Margaret Clark, xislonal; Interment, National
caned for before Wednes 1236. tic three periods. archery meetingThe Walter Johnson Vertera Littles Cemetery Marietta, Ga. HInes
[ Woody Carnithers, discussed Annette Wright, Edgar Kerr, Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
,day. available FOR SALE-Uprlght piano, 5 the Ctewiston recreation program Gewiston Archery Club Sylvia Robinson. .
waitress. See bargain. Holdrldge Music Co. which Is adding some activities will meet at the Fair Grounds Second Grade. Mrs. D. W. Hill
WE DIG Clewlston YU 2-4781. Feb20c for adults. lie said 60 at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and Mrs. T. J. Sanders instruc. Personal Mention
etc.. tic members have aimed up for February 8th. Immediately after .. tors Samuel Askew, Sellers Mrs. Mary Brown baa returned ."
SALE-1962 Chevrolet pick.
s trucks, : FOR the basketball program, whichis the meeting mile
: Foy up. Extra Clean. Low now in progress, with 12 mem.ber. hold an archery ehoot. Several Brooks, Emmett La Grant visited her mother who was
n I age. Phone YU 2-1864. Itc on each of the five teams. rounds will be shot at 30, 40, Jones, Guaa Rogers, James seriously ill, but much improvedat
/ or more in Other activities which have been Western PtoarUe M. Cotton Syl this time.
RENT a new piano. $800 per 50 and 60 yards. This is a warm-
work. Will month on rental purchase successful elsewhere and whIchB&ItIII up shoot for next month's via A. Hill, Margie McClaln The Beckton! and Wallace
elf IF IT'S if inexeprl- plan. Holdrldge Music Co. Phone trophy shoot Karen Sanders, Lenora R. families have returned from Atlanta
Nurses HEATH. Box YU 2-4781. Feb20c All Interested persons are cordially Wecklc). Ga., where they attendedthe
Maid, Febl3p invited to come out and Third Grade Mrs. V. Ran funeral services for William
: u tSTitE fOR'SALE' Jackets. FOR SALE-3 h.p Evlnrude watch the shoot. dolph and Mrs McCray, instructors Beckton. '
for Fisherman, Weedless, $60. Ph. -Patrick Coleman Emllle -
YU 2-2891. Uc Johnson, Barbara Sykes, Judith Death Notice
ORANGEGROVE Street v City court G. Hilton Jeanette Keaton, Mrs. Mildred Jane I Kelley
REGISTERED CITRUS TREES Anne L.. Tarver, Cynthia Lee, passed away Monday morning
BLUM : FOR SALE Ready to go. J. docket Theodora O. Mack, Charles A. Feb. 3, at Cedars Hospital, in
f Very M. Tomlinson Ona, Fla. Phone Burrows, Jr., Marilyn J. Scott Miami. Funeral arrangements
i Tl acre. riverfront"" sjro.alancla... Fin.t'IapIn.SPplend l .J / RE 5-2780. tfcROOMS Cases handled In city court by Evelyn Clark. were Incomplete at press time.
.f". murcottf. acting judge Carlos Dickey last Fourth Grade Mrs. B. S. Bobo
rhl. mature harry burin. Wednesday included John H. and Mrs. W.: L. Davis, instructors Card of Thank
,rave opportllnlty.l I. m outstanding III.a.t..nt I 1 1 i Steeger, petty larceny $75; H. -Lester D. McMillan,James We, the family of the late William .

WM. H. 25 Clark Comer, III, petty larceny, Hart Patricia Clark. Audrey; Beckton, wish to expressour
I' jo'MEN. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV $75: ; Pearcy 1.. Johnson, public William Freddie Scott, Ernes sincere thanks and appreciation
ReynoldsI SET Guaranteed $1995 drunk, $25; Willie B. Wells, carrying tine Harris Jeanett Harris Clelestlne to our many friends for their
I ED '1- manage and down $14.04 per month. LAKE concealed weapon $100 Black Gwendolyn! Johnson kindness shown at the time of
i "l5SS Broadway ) Route APPLIANCE CO. YU 2-7151. Uc or) 30 days; Elsdcn Tedder, pub Brenda Dixon Kenneth the passing of our loved, one.
It'?LI 5.5441 Realtors Nights WHl4* LEARN ( consider lic drunk, $25; Mile E. Johnson, Jones, Glenda Robinson, Bettye We are grateful indeed to the
in old.) Earn roe e..R DWI $200 or 60 days and driv Washington.) friends in Clewl ton and other
l REAL ESTATE 2-5901 week from the er's license revoked; John Gay Fifth Grade W. J. Scott and cities in Florida and Georgia I
IORTHSIDE home or Investment .- For personal lor, improper parking $10; H. 1.. McKlre. Instructors. for the cards flowers, telegramsand
property, priced consld- home, write R [SlATt fOfRENt Donald Jenlngs, no valid driv Brady Hart, Jr., Lovvorn N. every act of kindness and
j under market SINGER : 0. Box 627. er's license 30 days, suspended Dixon, Helen A. Lewis, Bonnie sympathy that we received. May
ably bedroom frame. FOR RENT Can YU provided he leave Clewlston and G. Littles, Gloria Moore Pauline God bless each and all of you.
JORTHSIDE dens 2-6881. tic not return; Wallace C. Smith, Harris, Edwin Mack Vernlta Respectfully The Beckton.
I Furnished. Immaculate. IN TUB! CIROUtT COURT IN .
day. AND FOR,HENDUT COOUNTT, driving white license revoked, Klngcade Dorothy Williams, Wallace and Hardy famines
ORTHSIDE bedroom frame stop In FOR RENT-Furnished cabins FLOUIDA. 10 days; Wallace O. Smith, Harrison Cromes, Jacqudyn 7

9000. and trailers. Johnson Fishing CHANCERY NO. DWI, $200 or 60 days and license Johnson. Card of Thanks
CREAGE as available. SLIP Camp. YU 2.1181. tfc revoked for five years: L. Sixth Grade I* T. Henderson I wish to express my gratefulness
ACRES. NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 tom) ROBERT O. RUSSELL. PlaIntiff, C. McClendon, careless driving and W. L. Falrley, instructors- and sincere thanks to my
bath frame home. Hardwood drapery FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished ... $10. and Betty Joe Platt, care- Jonas Austin, Leola Hart Eddie many friends lor! their kindness .1
Free apartment Phone 2- IRMA TAYLOR RU59Et1Defendant.. leas driving, $10 or two days. Pope, Bartley Gray, Isaiah Hill. during the illness and passingof .
(oorl.FHA HOMES in Broward. Van 1271. Uo Seventh Grade F, Jones and Mrs. Mamie Vials Johnson.

j Palm Beach and Dade counles and f''I FOR RENT-Trallers and Trailer : Irma NOTICE Taylor TO Russell DEFENDTO Mrs. N. M. Lee, Instructor Heartfelt thanks to Rev Smith
various sizes and prices. Royal Palm TrailerPark. address unknown. Deborah Williams, Ralph B. Reddick Funeral Home, Friendship
mall cash payment FOR spaces. You are hereby notified. bet a Hill Roger McCray Barbara Baptist Choir .and memo
printed Phone YU 2-2603. tfc lull for divorce has bn flUitBilnit Double "A"Roofing
[ RENT Efficiencies and you by Robert 0. Ru .*ll Adams, Connie Johnson, Gloria bers those who sent cards and
security for I Sale In the above court. You are rqulr .. Johnson Cynthia Kitchen,Mavis
rOR as available J, J. Geiger d to fll. your .".....r with flowers and every act of kindness -
j 1,000 vacant lots to select the Clark of the Court and to Lockett. Bertha Sasser. that was shown to help m*
for all Various News FOR SALE OR RENT-New du serve a copy thereof upon K. P. Eighth Grade; J. L. Morgan bear my burdens. May God continue -
rom; purposes. piano re plex. Two bedroom and three J o h n I o n, Clew I.tOft, Florid, and Miss E. A. G. Thomas, Instructors .
irices. Terml.NVESTMENT. $595. Hold. PUIntlff attorney, on or bfor e Licensed to bless each and
INCOME bedrooms. Carport Location: March I 1>64: otherwise. this action Barbara Wilson,,
. PROPERTY( AND .RADIO : 24781.Feb20e Obispo st. between Corona and will I i proceed; as part*. Bonded Joyce Jones, Michael Qulntyne, you. Respectfully

ers Pacific st!. Call collect Let Witness my hand and seal of Samuel Simmons, Oreetine Fair,, Mrs. Julia Ramsey.
:360: MONTHLY CBS construction RENTAL.$25,000.Recent service. Wilson, 8<<-6351, Lake Park aid this 14th Court day In of LaBelle January Florida 11... free Estimates on All Types Elnora Sypllc Patricia Canty
Fla. tie Roofing and Painting Julius Scott. Cm'RCII NEWS
low interest
i farm cane TERM, grove and ranch Phone Spinet FOR RENT-Small house. Furnished (Cltrk'/DOROTHY. 8.ai) Clerk Circuit Phone YU 3-1131 Ninth Grade Mrs. G. C. Harris New Bethel A. H. E.
Court. CLEWISTON FLA. Davis, instructor Charlie Rev. L. Holmes, Pastor
Menlo ,
Mortgages, minimum $50,000. CO or unfurnished $35 per CN 411-Jan. 10;
' Feb20e 433 E. Fsb I, 11, 10, 1X4. Hill Wilfred Brewster. Sunday School, 930.: H. L. Mc
! LISTINGS NEEDED month. See Mrs. Sloan.
GLADES Tenth Grade Mrs. M. I. Black,, lore Supt. I
' J. M. IANKFORDRef. PANY ft. CE re- Trinidad or call H. P. Johnson. Instructor-,.Alphomo Williams: Morning worship begins at
Real Estate Broker lag good, new YU 2-4311. Itc Vernita Wsrd Francenla HIll 10SS.:

, 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire service L. A. Clyde Blackmon. Evelyn Johnson Evening worship, 1 p.rn.
Auto and General Court, Hook ,Garfield Williams Delois Bible Reading Tuesday night
Insurance Phone YU 27248. n1 WantedWANTED CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES Inc. Jones Carolyn Pope) Francena at the church.
:Hewlston: Fla. Ph. YU 2-2181 Feb20c sceJlaneous Klngcade, Joyce A. Scott Rehearsals for the choirs on
Tenth Grade Mrs. M. I.
and Thursdaynights.
DEMAND GREATER THAN YOUR Realtor"I '', pacages 830 E. Sugarland Ilwy. YU 2.2661has Black, instructor Alphonso Wednesday.
EVER for houses, acreage, scratch GOOD HOME FOR
will Williams, Vernita Ward, Fran Women's Day, the fourth Sunday
)justnesses. We have customers What Place a black and white kitten female cenia Hill,Clyde Blackmon, Gar- in March.
raiting. List your property; with do you ) room of 2 months old healthy, hasrabies the following field Williams, Debts Jones, The third anniversary of the
is. J. E. Beardsley< Ph. YU results. The shot and 1964 tag. Call on display Carolyn Pope, Francena King- Choir's Union will be held at the

1-7501. tfCTOR tf YU 2-6674 after 5pm. ltc cade, Evelyn Johnson, Joyce A. church Sunday, Feb.. 8. beginning .

SALE New S bedroom New Mobile Homes Scott. at 2 p.m. You are cordially
I i house for sale. Option to buy. I Eleventh Grade C. A. Burrows Invited to\ come out and enjoy
InstrucBernlc. Pope.
and make con.
the program your
very small down payment Grade S. Humphrey,
tributlon In their financial goal
tnd balance like rent; or trade Directory I Jr. instructor Alzora Williams
1 Deluxe 55x10 Marlette 84. Stephen A. M.' E.
tqulty in house for trailer Mrs. Gwendolyn Patrick Shasta.
Rev. Lee Jenkins. Pastor
"Vade Wilson, 70S Bond Street Commander, 2 bedroom, private dining room Weekley. Emetine Mitchell The pastor will be In charge t
fU! 31071. FebSc
Willie E. Williams. the
SEE US FORBOTTLED of the cervices throughout
GAS 1 2-bedroom, 50x10' Marlette, front liv. rm. day, Sunday. You are cordially
Netea From The Choirs' Onion invited !to attend, both morningand
REAL AppliancesSalesService Three years ago, a few choirs evening worship.
Service 1 2-bedroom, 53x12' Marlette, ft. kit of various denominations from
Special churches In this! locality united Ml Calvary Baptist
flANK themselves and organized the Rev. L. M. Kitchens Pastor
POWER GASCORPORATION 1 3-bedroom, 55x10': 1 /* bath Esquire Glades Choir Union. Each fourth Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Sunday afternoon these choirs: Morning worship 11:00: a.m.
Clenist/c.lIii.. H PIM Ave." meet end render program at Evening: worship 7 p.rn.
\ Also Used designated churches. Sunday Mr. Emma Dixon, Jteporter.Hilton' ..
Very profltabl business Fla. CALL COLLECT Feb. 9. Is the> third anniversary. i
8x37' Star
of Indlantown. Fla. Building land 4-3672 South Bay -,WY 6-83 JI 1-bedroom, At this time eleven choirs that
cluded la price. This i is a clean :: compose: the union will celebrateat Grocery
per year. BENDER COUNTY New Bethel A. M. E. Church, Groceries Fresh Meats

PRICED TO SELL QUICK. A Title & Abstract Co. US 27 East. Ph. YU 2-2661 Clewitton e' 2 p.m. The: community has Vegetable Essential* Items t tW.
with a I\IIr.nteecl1ncome.\ plus a real ; shared these program In the Cold Drinks
convenience TUle Abstracts-Tltte laaoraBeeFiblle past and Is Invited to be present Appreciate Your

Btotwrrapberrhetoeevybur at this time. Mr.. L. Campbell PatronageMr.
Three apartments, one cottage DopUeattag Is and Mr. TaantM HUM
Haven president
1 Moor past
real opportunity, in Belle Glade p.m. Bridge I&. ad Park Are.LaBcUe FHarlem *
FU. P. O. Box (4$ The newly elected president,
Twotedroom north side p.m. OKt.r. -$"! ; Mrs. T. J. Sanders, will presideover
dewtatoo. Corner lot 97,500, small Week the third anniversary pro
It I II desired that the Almighty ClubYour
lQ.acn orange grove 2 year old TUESDAY) Savings Mount Up
CBS home. A beautiful young grove. Zee ; ( EVINRUDESales will bestow upon her the Favorite Mixed Drink
duce 2,840 boxer of fruit In a* year of Moment knowledg; needed to direct this Cocktails
tine delivering Increased Income from | Faster Here! worthy organization.Obituary Fried Sandwiches
frost free Charlotte county. Total : of Clewlston and ServiceNew .... Recorded Music
down payment Popular Bands
gad Used MrfertMarts Funeral .ervlcee for the late Wallace
Trailer 'P.rt. with new a bedroom Mr. and. Mrs. Win ,
acre* land all Improved. $500.00 per .* Hardware Make "Extra" William Beckton, formerly of hQrIdon
lent terms with small down payment Farts sad Aeeesaerlea Money Clewiston were conducted at the
Colored property q.fftrSulgabl. Marine Safety' Equipment Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
CBS. building 4.000 eraeaUdate Ga. Local
Atlanta, Relative
tear term Place TUfcen t-Ull Work! JULIA'S
use or Church. Terms. a rates without Extra attended >the final rites. The program
200' Gulf frontage on SanIbeL R. E. WALDRON was as follows: Prelude, BEAUTY NOOK
finest beach. Shelling etc. This property; Make your money work as hard as you do. "Nearer My God To Thee": processional For That New Look

ness. Bank Our high rate of return will add up regularly to, Scriptures, ,"Does Old and Jesu New Care"Testaments ; Tinting stjttat Catting
2 lots on Punta Gorda Beach. For prompt Efficient and effortlessly N. Appointment,
DOW. Home deliveryOF help build your insured savings quickly : Hymn "Near The Friday sad Saturday

WINDWARD Cay B.. 'THE!: MIAMI HERALD I Open your account with us today! Cross"ton; solo; remarks, Mrs. Rev.Jennie Dicker-Mae Mr*. Julia Sales rroprletor

Entire 400 acre Island with new a T '" BoOdiag
vale Marina. beach etc A wonderful ...... Call Bobby Gidd.'ns EARN MORE NOW!
hour from Miami. TV s-im

Alice Town North BlmlnL i ; ELITE GROCERY
grOOODeW $85.000. 3 years ago SERVICE Tampa Tribuneand Clewiston Federal
fishing in r
....:. Finest Tuna-Uarlia SERVICE +
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-. 20 minute from Mfm-
Groceries Fresh Meats School Supplies
Lot 75' x aoo' *ea to *e*. 1' mom I Savings and Loan
Tom Ft.
200. BimlntAlic* Bahama MyersNews Cold Drinks Clewiston News

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the second highest enrollment in Fair Booth .
,. Elpt THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewla1DD, I'1a. Order of Arrow Prevent'spoilage the history of the college. Richard tommJltet., Mr.. .,
Thursday, February I, 1964 Mayor's proclamation J is, and Mrs JIQ
The 455 student now pursuing 8et\
"Tap-Out" heldThe of tomatoes Mrs H. J, Andrea Ia k
In agriculture
1. WHEREAS, tha Boy Scouts of America is national careers schedulingAfter booth
a organization -- wetuuh'
J W Adair Commissioner tomatoes are a costly a 35 per cent increase since 1959.
Scout council Adair, Commissioner. and has been In exlstope. ...'.j Jao**,waajr... A half Glades Chapter scheduled of the Order aTapOut" bother Spoiled that can be preventedwith The highest enrollment on roe the busille
and of the Arrow a
Representations to National century ripening and doeage. ord wu in 1M9-50 with 480 undergraduate Mrs. lilac S1
2. WHEREAS, Boy Scouts of America has for the ceremony last evening. proper lerved
Council were Mike Macheck, past fifty students. cake and coffee "4
elects officers Delray Beach, Howard Camp. years furnished outdoor adventure and leadership training .- at which tour Boy honored Scouts Here are some hints from the McCarthy, Mrs An 10 >ra Q
,1, t', bell, and All Nielsen, West Palm In the development of leaders in this country, and of dewlston were to be Order. Florida, Agricultural Extension Degler, Mrs, Davk ,
in the !
: Jack Faircloth was elected Beach, and Allan :Markham, 3. WHEREAS, the Gulf Stream Council of Boy Scouts of with The membership Order of the Arrow is the Service which will help you get Altar Society -Miss Patricia AnnPrIra,'tot
president of the Cult Stream Okeechobee. America SOlVeS this area with professional guidance Scouts: money's worth from the E. 1. Holoubck aDd
of Boy your !
honor society: 1.rs.lVeltre.
America, Plans for, membership growth which helps to train leaders local board meetingThe l4
Council, Boy Scouts of : In scouting activity, members of the Order have voted delicious fruit:
at the annual meeting last week. through organization of addi- and secretly on four Scouts two ((1)) Never ripen tomatoes indirect
tional Scouting units were made, executive board of st.Marla.ret. .
,I Tom Vernon, Jim Smith, Judge 4. WHEREAS, local citizens are beginning a fund campaign each from Troops 600 and 691. sunlight on the kitchen '
enabling the council to serve : Altar Society metThursday : Glades
drive to help finance this of the window sill because of harm- Roofma j
Russell McIntosh, T. T. Reese, total membership of 6,159 Cubs, program now At a Joint assemblage evening et the homeof
Jr., were elected vice president, Boy Scouts and Explorer In 215 THEREFORE: I, T. H. Jones Jr., Mayor of the City of. Scouts of both troops, membersof ful overheating alwaysbe the president Mrs. C. D. AD Tn. 01111I
Clewiston In the State Order among the ((2)) Tomatoes should Sheet Meld IPuji
Arthur Anderson, treasurer, andI units by the end of this year. of Florida, do hereby proclaimand the pass tem-
Palm Beach. Martin St. Lucie, designate; the week of February 7-14 1964. as Na- Scouts and "Tap" those selected fully ripened at room In Hine.Work New Conltncu.. ,
Indian l River. Okeechobee tional Boy Scout Week, and request each citizen of this (for the honor. perature before being placed was done on the yearly Repair Job

Glades and Hendry counties are community to cooperate to the fullest extent in the celebration The Order uses Indian names the refrigerator. should not be reports and problem! facing the Phone 2.7111
represented in the council, which of this week, and to cooperate In the fund drive for their camps chapters and ((3)) Tomatoes container committee in charge of St. Mar. Day
tightly-closed or
stored In
now has 5,459 registered Cubs for this worthy that the members. The Glades chapter Is a garet's booth at the :Fair the Etfnha
purpose so youth of this community which: win restrict: neceaeary f. 0. Box lju
and Scouts in 186 units whose can join with other In the At-See-Na-Ho-Fa (lor "Big latter part of February were
young people this worth air movement. C1EWISTON,
program Is administered with while activity Cypress") chapter;The chaptersIn discussed. Those serving on the m
be stored In a
Tomatoes can:
of and women Gulfstream Council are banded -
the aid 1,733 men
volunteers In witness thereof I have together In the Ad-Pa-Tah refrigerator safely up to three
I hereunto set my hand and Lodge.It weeks

t Scout Troop 600 caused the seal) of the Cityof Is unusual for an Order of

Clewiston to be affixed Arrow "TapOut" to take placeIn More Ag. students EXCLUSIVEfor
week-end camp this 5th day of February, home communities. TapOutsare .
I t "'t ,w;" 1964. held regularly at Scout Enrollment at the Universityof
.' I.I Scouts from Troop 600 enjoyeda \, but because leaden Florida's College of Agriculture -
I Ever happen to ? camp at Cannon Hammockthe fe3";A...,. .-." T,'.H. Jones ,Jr. and Camporees Scouts could not attend the this trimester has increased Used Car Buyers in
you Hendry county campsite
new Mayor regular Camporee, the Clewiston 10 per cent over last fan for
If you bought your insurance ) last weekend. Accompaniedby ceremony Is being held.
Scoutmaster Loyal
from left a one-company all alone. If agent, you and A. W. Strickland the boys OBITUARIESc. CLEWISTONThe
were )'ou.bought
went on nature hikes to observe Webelos Denorganizes
it through an independent insur wildlife In the area. Barton family- "
ance agent, you had a friend
They enjoyed a fish fry at toniteFive Couch
nearby you could call on for help.

t ;We're. independent agents. Callonus. had which caught bass and and blue prepared gin they and Scouters all! Cub Scouts will organize Funeral services were held

, swamp cabbage which they had the first Webelos Den of in Orlando yesterday for Claude
_. .
Beardsley-7: cut and cooked were served r'- '..... ;;-;;;; the dewlston Cub Pack tonight D. Couch 80, of 305 West Park Nationwide Guaranteed WarrantyHonored
with other foods. at L Byer'. MoteL Ross LaByer Avenue, Orlando, who died Mon
One in
Nash'Ins.Agency family Clewiston which woods and
stream and their love
Radish Webelos leader. The day In an Orlando hospital
Is the
Attending were Jimmy
Is looking forward with great of outdoor recreation: fit right by over 10,000 franchised Xer Cu
Rudy Barton, Cesar Martinez Cubs are Brian Beardsley, Al- He moved to Orlando in 1938
Interest to Boy Scout Week lathe in
the activities of the United
a Boy Dealers in States who
Office Hours. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kenny Strickland. Edwin Camp Loyas R. Barton family Scout Rudy has a special Interest len Hammock: Bobby Kelly, from Sanford, Fla., and was a proudly diapln,)
bell David Angell, David and each member of which Is an active In Indian lore and derives Gregory Mancil, David Miller, member of the John Knox Presbyterian .
Closed all day Saturday Jimmy McCarthy, Tony Miller member of a Scout organization. ) much pleasure from his mem- and Gary Roth. Their meeting Church In Orlando anda kGe

Phone TC S-7501 Clewiston and Adel Sotolongo. bership In the Order of the Arrow starts at 7 p.m. 32nd degree Mason. He was a
Webelos Is the last step in member of the Jackson, Michigan
Loyas Barton Is Scoutmaster
Cub Scouting which preparesthe lodge.
of Troop 600 and is serving histhh'd
Cub to move into the Boy Survivors are his wife, and '
year In that capacity. He
has given many hours of time Scout driveis Scout program with ease. Cub four daughters, Mrs. Lois Scott '
Scouts who have attained the Clewiston, Mrs. Dorothy Coolidge -
and .effort to furthering, the
rank of Lion and who are 10% Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs.
Our Scout movement, and is one of Motorists are assured of fairplay by sho
years old are eligible to become W. R. Funderburg, Tiffin, Ohio,
%1tTER$ the leaders of Scouting who organized
their GW card after
has been
grew up In Clewiston. The Scoutmaster Webelos. They earn their and Mrs. Geraldine Hodge Or- car repaint( J

says Scouting Is a richly Greg Easer and Wm. H. Lanier Webelos badge and then re- lando. Nine grandchildren and thus entitling the owner to a 15 percent( to
\ Branch rewarding experience and he are co-chlarmen of the Boy- main in the Webelos Den until one great grandchild also sur count on labor and 15 percent discount on pam
'. they 11 old when vive.
: feels keenly that the adults who Scout fund drive which: will are years
'I d. S work in they are eligible to become: a Protect with
the Scout movement are take place during the month ofFebNlI'1. yourself service at home mi

e Office lucky as the boys and have. as Howard Campbell, Boy Scout. away by buying your used car from a dealer ib
e much fun. Mr. LaByer hu
president of Gulf Stream Council programof WANTED
: gives Guaranteed Warranty. In Clemslon '
Mrs. Barton is Den Mother of B. S. A., has announced that Webelos activities plannedfor a onlj
Den 7 of the Cub Pack 619. She the goal this year for the Clew the new Den. Wagon Wheels Chuck Wells Motor Co. can give you this plea
served three years as Den Mother felon area is $2.000. If this
when her older son, Rudy, amount Is raised, or exceeded, andBuggy This plus many other features will be full]]
t e was a Cub. and now is enjoying it will mean a trained Boy Scout Scout activities Wheels explained to you at"Chuck"
the same association with her field representative will be
e, We Even Pay The Postage! son Phillip. placed in the Glades area. Wednesday of Order, of Feb.Arrow 5 "T.p.Out" Contact

Rudy Barton I. a Senior Scoutat This has long been sought by the
15 years. His rank Is that of Troops and Scouts In the Lake Thursday Court of Honor at Carroll Benson Wells
Make deposits, add to your savings account Star Scout, and he Is a memberof section. regular Troop meetings
the Order of Arrow, the honor A kick-off meeting will be held
pay bills, all through the mails! society of Boy Scouts. Phillip, at at the OewUton Inn at, 7:30: Sunday Sunday., All Feb.Scouts I -requested Boy Scout to
8 years, is entering the Scout Monday evening February at MOTOR CO. Inc.Chevrolet .
their uniform
for church
world through Cub Scouting, and which a film of Scout activities wear e ,
t Our bank by mail plan saves you be is now a Bobcat, looking forward will be shown and a representative attendance of that day. A Olds, & Pontiac

to advancement through of the Council will be on
time and energy Wolf Bear and Lion ranks, whena hand to help get the drive under- Sugarland Pharmacy BALES.SERVICEPAZT9Sugarland
Cub' "graduates" from the Hwy. Clewita
Pdck into a Boy Scout Troop. way.All
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FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON The Bartons have a natural Scouting, even If they are not
liking for the activities of Scoutlag.
Each of them enjoy the personally contacted In regardto 23311FREE
family picnic. and camping this meeting, are urged to
trips.' Their enjoyment of the attend said Mr. Lanler.

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