The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 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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"Dedicated to the advancement of Ilendry County and America's Sweetest Town"

buildings at golf course 1 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 0, 1984 Return Postage Guaranteed Sea S49.I. PJi. Subscription $4.00 year I

uedy Construction Company, This main will convey water to t>r March in the block 434 area I
Shich Richard M. Cone andL. the point where the Savannah Sugar where he i I. presently constructIng Chamber
Johnson of Clewlston Refining Corporation will home which will be ready adopts
elated, was given the con- build their main leading to the for occup.llcyln March. Commissioner
r constructing the countrye refinery, which will be constructed McCarthy raid he has been
and the golf pro shop In the immediate future. assured that She I'/wage plant will
ewlston Golf Course Monkrenlng. Following a study of recommendations receive test run in Februaryand
The city commit- of Gee and Jenson, that the connections can be $8049
ctlng on recommendation consulting! engineers 'on the sewage made in March. He told Kendallhe o budget
them! advisory committee, construction the commission would get estimate of cost y
sed of country club mem- adopted their recommendationsfor of the extension of the line tram c' '
nd the architect awarded requirements and material the engineer on the project. : yt The dewlston Chamber of Commerce Items will make up the remain- f
Hd to the Kennedy firm, the hook-up to the system. City Mayor Tom Jones Commissioners 1 t FC adopted a budget 'of $8.-
[ submitted the lowest base Attorney Dickey was instructed Rick Mattson, Fred C. 04987 for the 1963-64 year at the der.The budget calls for the following
f the fix firms which prof- to prepare the ordinance for Sikes, Dan McCarthy, and Leon regular directors' meeting, held expenditures: salaries $2,600;
ida at the December open adoption. Commissioner Dan McCarthy Bembry, City Attorney Carlo Tuesday at the Clewisbon Inn. H. supplies, $100; telephone and telegraph -
laid all materials which Dickey, Acting City Manager C. T, Vaughn, Jr., chairman of the $200, postage $200; building
y Hare, acting as spokes .are required are now stocked: in F. Blair, and Utilities Superintendent budget committee presented the repairs $400; advertising $3,450;
,t the request of CorM dewiston by merchants and )build J. D. QuInton, and Deputy budget. dues $150, and miscellaneous and
Leon Bembry. suggested .leg supply firm and are readily Clerk Marie Webb were presentat w 'i"4 I.P I. The committee estimated that contingencies $300. The Chamber
creates which brought the available the meeting, together with several memberships will bring In $2,700, has a cash carryover this year.
ost of construction: of the C. W. Kendall of Kendall Construction Interested spectators, most M 6ehM. and that the contributions of the of,51,1449.87,
tidings to nun, with s Company asked If sewage of whom left after the award of city and county will remain at Moye Bishop presided at the di
suggestion on floor rna- connection will be available the country club contract $1,500 and $2,000 respectively rectors' meeting Tuesday. Discussion
cash on hand and miscellaneous
which would add 11,097 to of a proposal of John
uildings. Wyatt and Brad Lacey of the Fort
I clubhouse which accounts ., Y Myers Little Theater to bring a
Small claims
Miner retires 32
18,229 of the coat U being play to Clewiiton for presentationand

fwlth private funds, but : possible start of a Little Theater
pd through the city channels : movement here led to Its
rnefit* of combined bids. ; court is openThe referral to a Lions committee
shop Is being built withDds in public office ,, which, has already Indicated interest

chiefly from clgaret years Small Claims Court for
unds, which in dewlston Hendry county which has been Mrs. Stella Pickle secretaryand

[been used exclusively for C. E. Miner, placed a quiet 'he has made In that long, colorful inactive since the death of Sel- receptionist at the Chamber
1 expenditures FINIS to a political career of 32 and active career. "Thltry- den L. Stewart its Judge, has building, reported this as one of
[base bid for the pro shop years, when he announced his two years 1 II enough and I shall again been established, and la the duller seasons to date. The
22,992; alternate selected decision not to become a candidate not run for re-election," he said. tJ :: now functioning with Harry P. directors agreed that efforts
dditional wooden lockers, for reelection as state representative Few people have been in Clew- Johnson, Clewlston attorney, aa should be made to contact the
tone wall and planter, Sl,> for Hendry county It lston longer than Charlie Miner, f judge Secretary of State issued Lake Placid Chamber of Commerce
ag storage racks $722, and 1 is probably the only quiet move and no one In the county hat exceeded the commission for Johnson last relative to a Joint highway:
fer la pro workshop, $750. .,. his long and varied serveire week, following his appointmentto sign on U. S. 27, and that other
pubhouse base bid was $42- >;'fi'K'ri;? '- In government He has served the position by Governor Far Chambers along the route be con.
ivlth these alternates se- In various capacities during the ris Bryant tatted also to attract traffic

: stone service wall In rear 1 32 :years he has held public of- r' Judge Johnson maintains hit now being diverted to the turn
wall between build- \ .', lice. Never was he a major public -- -
; screen '.';, SHUCKS THEY TCENED ME AWAY . ter the center : ;: office in the NickeU Building in pike.The
Harry ,
f$460 screen wall between '' : official and the sums of are Vaughn, Alfonso directors voted to send $100
and;lounge, $577: change: in '' J'\, ;-", money he has drawn as compensation and I try to be M friendly! TUls large 84. Bernard Morrell, Tents Andrei, Lisa Jean Bryan, Mr. Clewlston wife and has appointedhis to the State Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Ann G. Johnson
[finishes, (ceraminlc tile Inrooms i;:" ': for his services through dog headed the line ffr religious classes at Mike Vetted and Sister Christine The CathoUo clerk of the Small Claims Court., In response to a request for
and kitchen; wooden 1 (Continued on Page $) the Youth Center Saturday morning and after educational classes are being conducted each funds to lower the indebtednesson
encloses being tamed away *eem jto! ponder the situation week by Slater Christine Slater Loretta and Mrs. Johnson is empowered to the building
etc.) $1.339 -
i ; iJ'i :
; : receive claim and to handle the
with jalousie instead of .1 as what to do next. The children had allan Mother Cecelia.-STAFF PHOTO. Frank Polhlll discussed the

is, $1,890: and glaze cement \:, ,, .J.lrw City hall U playing with the big' dog Shown waiting to en- be filing at papers.the courthouse Judge Johnson In LaBelle will Chamber booth In the Hendry
in kitchen and toilet for f County Fair and Livestock: Show
I ', ...,".'. still a dreamThe each Friday morning, for the) and will announce a decision at
$400. ", Rebels to convenience of residents of that .
: appear a later date.Attending
fre .
suggested us* of spikeiant j I
flooring in the lockers ,, City Commission of Clew- r Need to ? Books area. were President Moye
and the business portion lston has dream of building anew in song festivalThe register are now The Small Claim Courts Bishop, Mrs. Stella Plrkle. secretary -
la pro shop.Monday's City Hall; the dreams are were established by the Florida Carroll Benson, Abner
I meeting tot corn- not new. In fact the city, several Rebel Quartet of Tampa legislature to simplify the procedure Vann, Beryl Bowden Frank Pol-
Bon instructed Acting City ;years ago purchased the remaining will be featured In an "all night at precinct officers near your home and reduce the cost of hill John Ellington, H. T.

g4r! C. F. Blair to publish /-, ., lot la Its block on Commerclo sing" at Sugarland Auditorium filing claims for amounts $900 Vaughn ii-. Wm. !1'. Stitt and
unent for bid con #, street south of the present on Saturday January: U, under and under. The filing fee was set Wm. H. Lanler.RAINBOW .
ono Registration books of Hendry Commerce Building, Mrs. Stella.
the sponsorship! of.,Sugarlyul .
water snaht to the city City Hall,'with a new buildIng ,' various at $350, and $SOO.*et at themaximum
? Chapter No. 220, Order of Eastern county 1M now In the precincts PlrkleTofllMrrPrecinct,= -
in mind. amount t handled
of Oewistoa this wset.Ime GIRLS
making it easier for newly '
But word ha gotten around Star No, a-Bob ', Home; 11Sm.1I "Claims-: Court
dream la little fresher _qualified residents to register Harlem, Mrs Bernita Bobo, of.
that the a Co-featured on the program is Judge Johnson will continuethe
to vote in the coming: elections. Ricer Clewlston Assembly of Order
to buy auto licenses again; than in past years and several the Smith Family of Fort Myers Some lively campaigns! are expected work in his present office in of Rainbow for Girls will hold
architects haw approached and other groups are being and Interest will heighten Precinct No. Hendry County the Nlckell Building until space Installation Saturday evening at
the commission: offering their planned to give area resident an a* time advance nearer the time Motors, Mrs. Judy Simmons, of- 1 I. provided in the county subof- 7:30: In the Masonic Hall Miss
cost more and last longer services in designing a suitable outstanding gospel music program for the May primaries.For ficer. Rice building. Linda Carlton will be Installed

city HalL the month of January, the aa worthy advisor succeedingMiss

sal of 1964 automobile from $394 for a "D" tag to Allen Johnson a member of a The Rebels have been rated books are placed In the precinctsto Diane Rackstrarw Mrs.
firm of architects in St Petersburg assist would-be-voters who Sioux City high school students 'drylinen' Helen Dickey will be installed a*
started off with a spurt $1192 for a "WW" tag. Most among the greatest Gospel singing -
appeared In person at the need to register in Hendry county. mother advisor.
Paul Pullen deputy in cars fall in the plain tag bracket in America and th.lr.plritu.1
commission meeting Monday evening Books are at LaByer's Motel, Friends" of Rainbow Girls are
> of tag *ale* In the dewiarea. and win cost $22.17 this records are among the
asking for considerationwhen Annie Nail' Home South Clewiston Invited to the Initiation imlce.{
Pullen said the tag This is an Increase of 5e.67 over the city is ready to prepare best sellers. They are In constant Chamber of Commerce Building here while enroute home ..
Ms up about 80% over the) the $15.50 the 1963 tag for the demand for personal appearances
He left of first and
plans. copy a Bobo' Home in Harlem,
(first days of 1963, in num- same car. draft of plan for the City of throughout the country and appear at Hendry County Motor in the A group of 77 high school student nearby restaurants, moat returnIng Teach your Youngster
t tags sold and because of The tag rates are a* follows: regularly on TV.
Madeira Beach City Han. a* an Clewlston area.Anyone from Central High School, shortly to enjoy the warm
vance in price even more "D" tag $1404 Indication of the firm'! ability. Admission will be $150 for uncertain of the numberof Sioux City. Iowa' paused long sunshine traffic safety
ey value. (for midget cars) Madeira Beach, ha said. Is enough in Clewlston last
comparable adults and $100 for students. The their precinct should Inquireof Friday
I this year *r* increased Plain tag $22.17 in size to dewUton. proceed will be applied to the the precinct officer In the location to dry their bed rolls and enjoy The tour came down the west
"W" tag $30.29 Johnson was assured that the air conditioning fund for the below nearest their placeof the Florida sunshine coast to Miami from where they

"WW" tag $38.43 city 1* "dreaming about a city; Masonic Hall. Ticket are available residence.! If this officer is uncertain Asmussen L. Sagness, a member made a boat trip to Nassau. The .
e chest X-ray There 1 Ia some consolation to hall, but these things sometimes at Ford' Shell Service, he or she will obtain the t of the faculty, visited Clewl trip up 'US 27 was to conserve
the car owner in the increase: require several years" before -ClewUton, the Sheriff office In Information ton ten year ego and vowed to time that -they would arrive homeon HELP

the tag Is good for one month reaching the construction stage. LaBelle or from any member'of: Precinct No. LaByer's Motel, return with a tour Sagness plansan schedule and be ready for
lit here todaymobile longer. The tag bought now will the OES. Mrs. Ruth LaByer officer. educational tour each year, school Monday morning, Jan. 8. YOUR.
expire Jan. 31, 1963 instead of Precinct No. 6-Annie Nail's and had been making plans for
X-Ray laboratory Dec. 31, 1984. This 1* part of the Additional rest Home in South Clewlston. Mrs. the Florida trip since his last Charles Adamsis

State Board of Health faIn plan activated by the legislature I Nail and Mr. Belle Bryan offi visit

Clewlston at the B&B which Ia 1 moving the tag expiration room facilitiesNew t cers.Precinct The students, with chaperones, Navy leave
parking lot this afternoon date forward one month and larger for No. 7 Chamber of traveled in two chartered buses on
rest rooms
and tomorrow and each year until all tag are renewable the Fair Grounds are presently and left Sioux City on Christmas Charles W. Adams Is enjoyinga
Saturday afternoon and on July first; then theta under construction, which will Max Min RN Day They camped out along the three weeks' leave In Clewlston I

in other location Hendry county through month basis. the preceding night to their Clew. 1.S4iETY
Jan. 2 __ 66 48 Jean Akin and his parents, Mr.
January 13th to offer The tag office 1* at the Lion visit in the National .
open The new rest rooms are on the Jan.2. .._ 58 C and Mrs. Jack Adams Charlesarrived
Inert X-Ray to all residents. luboffice building at the dewl. west side of the fair grounds and J.n. 4 '.,,.,,, -64 52 sugar mill Park where they slept very on Christmas Day from
Afternoon hour at the B&B ton Fair Grounds from 8:30 to will include shower stalls for both Jan.5 66 sa little In the rain. Their advisor the Mediterranean where, h* has
e i from one till four Thurs- 12.30 and from 1:30 to S each white men and women. Nearby J.n. S-. 66 59 Collier county farmer have remembered the large vacant spent most of the past eight City of ClewistonPolice
and Friday afternoon and Monday through Friday. colored restrooms are also being Jan. T _._. 80 113 pledged 25.000 acre to the plantIng lots Just off the highway and the months. H* leave on January 15
i five Saturday afternoon. Tags are also sold at the) built according to Ernie Miller Jams- -76 82, .40 of sugar can if their plan students spread their bed roll In to report to Lakehurst N. J., for
r visiting nearby and out- courthouse: in LaBelle by County who is chairman of the committee for constructing a $10 to $12 million ,the sun to dry while they ate In his next assignment Department
I locations the unit will be at Tax Collector A. O. Ward. for construction of new restrooms.THKEE Lake Level Jan. 8-13.60. mill at Immokalee can be
LT. S. Sugar Corporation of- brought to fruition. Efforts have
[building parking area on been underway for year to "get
ay, January 13, from 10 am. LaBelleA into the sugar business," and
jpjn.tse FCD plane flips in County Agent Don Lander of Collier .
hours should make eon- County has been instrumentalin
Int for everyone to receive a getting pledges of land and the

1 X-Ray. and every person 18 new Cessna 185 owned by the Interest In the mill.
or older 1 Ia strongly urged Central and Southern Florida Senator Holland and Smather
fv. an X-Ray made, unless] Flood Control District flipped and Congressman Roger have
had one within the past t over 'while landing in LaBelle arranged a meeting in Washington
nonths. Friday afternoon and three nar- of a delegation from Collier
dry county has a high in- death. County with Tom Murphy, chief
c* of lung dlHa.te. Includ- 'of the sugar division of the U. S.
uberculosl\ and the Countyh Mel Littlefield. pilot for the Department of Agriculture, Lander
Department and the State FCD was-attempting to land at Norman Herron, County !
il of Health in cooperationthe ISg9ZN the LaBell airstrip at the time Commission chairman Dewey
TB and Health Commit- of ,the crash and said "..* hit Polly and Commissioner Pete
if the county ha arranged the runway, rolled for a shortdistance Daub will be in Washington on
visit of the X-Ray unit when 1 felt a terrific January 20 the date arranged.
mobile X-Ray unit Ia 1 ones wrench sideways, possibly a gustof \ County Agent Lander 1* confident -
service which receive wind. W* were going approximately the land pledged will produce
clal support from the sale oftmas WO.< sugar cane with a high
seals.owell Passenger on the flight were sucrose content, and say the establishment e-
FCD chief counsel Robert Grafton of the sugar mill will
of Riviera Beach; FeD land bring Into production many thousands
joins agent Jack W. Wilcox Riviera of acres which are too acid
Beach and Llttlefleld of West for vegetable crops, but Ideal for
>le in one club Palm Beach. The officials were cane; 72 grower have pledged
enroute to a legal bearing concerning lands thus far and Lander said w1'-w---
HoweU Joined lab aa FCD right-of-way condemnation there would be lIfT dlffculty in 1
elaJC note-In-One ( MEX ESCAPED SERIOUS DMUBT Friday afternoon suit at the Hendry. getting an additional 15,000 acre _
>dy when bo Bossed anM County Courthouse. needed.
1$5 flipped ever while hading. at tie La- -
the US-yard No. 13 a* sew Only minor Injuries! were reported Problems of financing have not
!. Bell .In"" The plaa ..... by Central sad Seethes Fieri- by the three men but the been solved but Lander aid h* SEVENTY-SEVEN CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Everglade. National fait la the rain they relaxed .
4 amphibious plane which was delivered ha been allUred by the Bank of todrat from Stoat Ctty lew relaxed and enjoyed ate. teaeh aid enjoyed, Florida climate.
Fuel Mel
extensively .ateL
feet auaed wtteeooc to this 4* Plied Central District wu Just before Christmas was Cooperative at Columbia B. C. Florid Souhla lad Friday ..,..t.a. while their bedding dried. Asmonea Big****

BIO lMt were Jack Mat tUUefleU.. Kebert oration and Jack W0.a received eely miner demolished. It was .valued at that this would present no real home after a visit to MlaaU and N...... Ha*. was their advisor and visited Oewbtoa Mull I

rwttt and Baker Eddie Creaky W. C. Mole. $40,000. difficulty. lag spent the preview algal. camping set .ta the tea year ag**-STAFF FHOTO. 1 I


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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS QewUton, Fla. The new pastel gray with red 'pid'., ;' .";' Railroad, Assessment Big City Blues" and The Ritual win continue to serve u

Thursday January 9, 1864 lettering is very pleasing to the ,i' ", .. Board Securities Commission, Fire Dance. tlve secretary of the churl
and Suarland1I1ihway's tension for "
brightens the
eyes ol Florida
Form 14
Board of Supervising Marches
and Sousa
face to the traveling Flllmore Board of Missions.
Bond Surety Companies Purchasing and novelties are also on the
public -" I Dr. Blackburn
\ and Personnel served ,
Commission a
The Clewiston NewsPublished -1- menu. mum abc-year term J
;' .
; |
), Board.
Elsewhere In this Issue, both : ; \I.; '" tendent of the West Palm V.

every Thursday! at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, ]legal and news story; are notifications I /!: < ;';! \\ '" ;; .f: : Band association District from 195M2, He JJj!
of the registration books : : : .1 : ,.;. ,. Sheriff's Posses pervise the work of
Florida, by The Clewiston Newt, Inc., a Florida Corporation.Entered [ "n: 58 Pas> 11
being available in Clewiston for ''I. : .. :r Methodist churches in
Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post : TuesdayMrs. Dine
ai those who are not registered. /j ;; ; ) \ to meet ties on the east !
Office In Clewiston, Florida, \under the Act of Congress of March 3, This is not a re-regtstratlon operation ., ... \\' rr/,. gets state noticeThe Moore Haven and coast lad

1879. it Is for those whose > Dan McCarthy, presidentof ClewistonT
i.'f Hendry County Junior Clewiston Band Association
names have been stricken from } ; the
ATIONAL EDITORIAL the list or are new residents In V t Sheriffs Posse attracting, at- reminds members of the importance Tabitha classat
'' tention outside of Hendry countyas
of attending a meeting
palDd '
Hendry county. "
4s I4ASCSTI3N) The Democratic primaries are .: .' :);: >r: well as inside. of the association on Tuesday Hi Haven char
0e coming in May and unless I Sheriffs of the state an January 14 in the band room at
up ':: ;,1,; organization, the Florida Sheriff'sAssociation
[ miss my guess, there will be .dl. ,.;',, '',: "'' 1.00: p.m. The Tabitha Sunday
which a
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher publishesmagazine K
I y plenty,of opportunlteis for votersto .... ,. each month. The Sheriffs Each member Is urged to make' class of Hi Haven Baptist Qi]
0 S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor 'make a choice both locally effort to attend this met Monday evening. MJ
; Star. a special ,
c>5.wet'Oa1" Subscription Rates f 4 00 per ;year and statewide. The December Issue of the meeting Mrs. McCarthy said. ma Story and Mrs. Vic
I ,' (Return Postage Guaranteed) After January, you will have to r ....II; Sheriffs Star carried the following presided and Mrs BiU Hi'1
to LaBelle to register, so take the Bible quiz
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 go article: which w.i
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves advantage of the books being here Church of God by Mrs Pat Drake

the right to reject any objectlonal advertisement! and register while iU on your .. .. FOR YOUNG RIDERS Mrs. Paul AkIn and Mrs.I

.. i.LHD NEW salamis no responsibility for th. return of un. mind books close 30 days LaBelle-Want to Join Sheriff plans fish supper R. Broadrlck, hostesses,
mtnuncrlpu or phololr..aph.Ir..aphl to the election. If have
prior you Earl Dyesi' Hendry County JunI.
cake and
THE NEWS punch coffee
assumes no financial responsibility for typo-
errors' or commluloni In advertisement but If notified friends eligible to register, urge or Sheriffs Posse? Residents are Invited to enjoya Ing the meeting to Mrs.
of uch errors' before the next luu of the paper will reprint correctly them to do so nothing la You're eligible if you're betweenthe fish supper (mullet or catfish) |,
Mrs. C. W. :Mann
that part of the advertisement In which the occurred. Mrs. .
In the event a time element would render the correction error valueless quite as "upsetting" u hearing ages of 10-18() have access to Saturday, January U at the Mrs. Drake, Mrs. Turner
the New will reduce the price of the advertlaement by an someone criticize the local and horses and saddles of your own Church of God on South Pacific. "
.amount equal' to the percentage of the total apace ai the erron.oui state government who are too FUTURE FARMER PRESIDENT" JOE DAVIDSON I receives the and ride fairly weU. Serving will be from 4 in the aft- Floyd Royal. Mrs. W R. ]
or omitted .
copy repreeented.A ]lazy to register and or vote. keys for s aaw CMC, trek from J. T. Webb ef Beck Motors, as Gene Gross of the Sheriffs Department ernoon until. and Mrs. W. J. Jackson.WANTED .

HIS chapter vie president Harold Jones looks on. The new V4 track will train the youths in

For those merchants who area was sold te Urn FFA chapter at cost, replacing a smaller track. horsemanship, quadrilles, precision Orders wU be delivered if you

little "down and out" they The Chapter win construct, a body for the track which win be formation, and exhibition rid so desire, by "phoning YU 2-3091.

step toward cultureThose should drop by Beck Motors and ted to cattle and farming projects of the ehapter sad chapter In,. Drilling and trail rides will Donations of $1.00 for adults and :

chat with J. T. Webb. He and mentors.- TAFF FHOTO.Comptroller I be conducted weekly at "Marshall 50c for children's plates will be

who have depolored the scarcity of cultural events George are all smiles at the Fields," and tentative plans call accepted. Wagon Wheels

in our community life will be pleased with the possibilitiesthat present business pace and can for organizing mothers of enerrrhers
have bit boost your morale If it Is dragging Green "Trail Mothers," to assist and
we may a more of it In the future. Ray announcesas as Methodist name

Two emissaries from the Fort Myers Uttle Theater have with cook-outs and at similar Buggy Wheels

approached local civic clubs for support in bringing one of events. Dr. Blackburn
their productions to Sugarland Auditorium some weekend in candidate for re-election The magazine also took similar Contact
note of the Sheriffs Rescue:
early spring. We hope their efforts are successful district headThe
Ifs Now I Squad, which maintains the emergency Carroll Benson
The Glades still History TALLAHASSEE: State Comp.
Players, a group in existence but not ambulance for Western

active should form the nucleus for a revival of the Little trailer Ray E. Green today an- Hendry County, and reported the Rev. Dr. Henry W. Black

Theater movement In Clewiston. The Fort Myers group THIRTY TEARS AGO nounced his candidacy for re letter of gratitude written by a burn of Lakeland has been named

would like to present their play as a sort of starting point and (From dewiston News of election. Perrlne couple who had been assisted acting superintendent of the Methodist

hope that it will lead to a rebirth of the Little Theater movement January 5, 1934) Green, the 24th Comptroller of by the rescue squad, receiving Churches West Palm Beach
in Clewiston. On Wednesday, January 3rd, Florida, also said that his son- 8"r pi transportation to a hospital District, replacing the late Dr. A
in-law, John A. Madlgan, Jr., treatment. Laurie G. Ray, who died December
The Fort Myers group has won wide acclaim for the the Clewiston Sugar House ground for emergency 23 while visiting! In North
4,400 tons of to let new' prominent Tallahassee attorney,
quality of its performances. Although strictly amateurs their cane a Carolina
would again seen! as his state
productions have a professional touch, and they should be record for a 24-hour period. chairman.Tom Symphonic bandto
campaign The appointment was announced
A second bridge tour
able to stimulate interest among enough of us to get an organization
James W.
by Bishop
Clew- executive vice ;
nament was started at the Humphren,
underway. iston Inn, responding to popular president of :the Tallahassee appear hereThe

requests after the first successful Bank Trust Company, will serveas
tourney ended. Committee In treasurer. The TallahasseeBank University of Miami Sym
Local bur '1ft'The charge was composed of Mrs. & Trust Company, will be phonic Band will present a con-

Lucille DownsrW.; C. Owen, MarkR. the depository.The cert in Clewiston at 3:00: p.m.,

function of the ret.. ,., ..*. undergone. drastic Lawler and J. E. Beardsley.The Comptroller said the changes Sunday February 2 in the Clewls g+ndYu6art,1 z
ton High School Auditorium, according -
changes since World War II. Atlantic Dredging Company brought about In, Florida byFuller's '
The nature of these changes has been described by advertising completed the big task of assembling Jack Scott.to Sugarland

executive Arthur Fait: the huge Monlghan This Band \under the directionof
dragline which was to work on the Follies
"Once retailers controlled their markets. Stores were Lake Okeechobce dike contract. Fred McCall will be making e

buyer centered Today's store function, whether it is a department The machine weighed 330 tons, its first appearance in this city.

store chain store or Independent specialty store Is had a 6 ;yard dipper and a 135 BT AL FULLER Otto Kraiuhaar and William 1 f
Russell members of the University -
primarily to satisfy demand".
foot boom.
Twai the day after Xmas
Mr. Fait indicated that advertising techniques had been The First Bank of Clewlston And all .thru the house the tremendous growth of the of Miami Band Fred Staff McCall.will
share the baton with
greatly affected by changing marketing methods. became a member of the Federal In
Dad was a rampage state during the last ten years, The will be varied.
Increasingly consumers are sold on the idea of buying Deposit Insurance Corporation. And calling Santa a louse. calls for experienced leadership Some of program the selections to be

certain brands or certain types of products through national Attending a New Year dance at in state government meet the played Marche Slave by
Each St. Nick left : are:
the Elks Club In Fort Myeri were toy
advertising "the function is increasing new challenges.
Consequently, today main retail ever Tschalkowsky, Concert Suite by
Keith Hartsfield, Carl Johnson, Came In the form of a kit
to convey pre-sold merchandise from the assembly line to. the Dick Hooks Parker Wilson, Lefty And each one that Dad fixed "There is no substitute for experience Frederic Ashe, 'Lenore Overture

hands of the consumers" he said., i Baker and Herbert Thomas. Almost gave him a fit. and performance" in by Beethoven and The Great
"The purpose of all advertising is to make sales, both for business or government, Green Waltz by Strauss.
TWENTY YEARS AGO There weren't enough screws said "Both are vital in developing
the manufacturer and the retailer. Lighter numbers will include
(From Clewiston News of And other parts were missing programs to meet the de- Wonderful World of the ENERGYClewiston
The pre-selltng done by manufacturers is only a first step. "The
January 7, 1944)) This fired up Pa'a burner mands produced by growth, and
Final sales are made in a particular store as the result of local The first of regular servicesfor You've never heard such hissing. the Increase In requests for services .

advertising, especially newspaper advertising. "Store prefer Episcopalians in the community by the consumer and the tax.
ence" is a passing phase of retailing. The present-day consumer and area was conductedin Most of the toys we got payer.

desires a particular brand or a certain kind of product, the Community Church by the Must have batteries .to run. "The experience I have gained Church

but does not go to a special store looking lor It.: Rev. Sidney David Mason, of This really electrified Dad- during my 21 years in private Directory

The sales are likely to be made at the store which Pahokee. The Community Church Which I don't mean as a pun. business and 23 years in govern

through local advertising has informed the consumer that a in this manner, "mothered" Instructions could not be found ment .la proving more valuable

desired product is available. churches of many denominations>> For the Ray Gun, Missile Computer each year In my contribution to CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH COMMUNITY PRESBYTEI
in Dewiston. better government and in servingthe Hooker Point (Episcopal) 47 Royal Palm Arena

Masons and Eastern Stars held And when Mom offered advise people of Florida. I startedmy Paul Strickland, Pastor t07 N. Pacific Henry H. Ford. Minister !
comes about Is the classificationof which Wm. C. political career as mayor of 10:00: a.m.-Sunday\ : School School
Joint services at Dad acted like he'd ahoot'er.But 0:43 a.m.-Sunday
his unique restaurant. Clearwater in 1935. After servingfor 11:00: am.-Morning Worship The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar Worship!
Owen, St., was installed as worshipful 11:00: a.m.-Morning
I SezWas I like to feel that the friendly master of the Masonic soon the storm clouds lifted two unopposed terms I be- Wednesday; Sunday Services: 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the
e Sonny I atmosphere and reasonable rates Clerk of Plnellas county Clr- 7:00: pm.-Prayer Meeting
Lodge, and Mrs. Stella Plrkle, And all our things were working. came 7:30: a.m-Early Eucharist Ish House
tend to make his business a "10- worthy matron of the Eastern Then Pa relaxed with a drink cult Count. I served In that capacity Saturday: 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and 6:00: p.m.-Westminster Fd
cal" restaurant, dressed up to Star chapter., To stop his nerves from Jerking. through 1948! and In 1949 7:00: pm.-Youth Meeting Church School ship

called to task last week appeal to the motoring public, certified six was appointed assistant state -- Saints and Holy Days as announced. Wednesday;:
A federal agency CHURCH OF CHRIST
by friendly Carroll Benson, own rather than a tourist attraction Now that our toys are fixed comptroller, and subsequently be- 7:80 pm.-Choir Practice
sites for
er, operator and public relations which automatically is giving you locations In as with And we can have ourselves a ball, came comptroller."The 306 South Central Avenue Confessions by appointment _
director of the Old South Bar-B-Q the feeling of being taken when prisoner-of-war camps Guess WHO'S playing with everything Earl Arnold, Minister ST. MARGARET'S cuna
view to arranging work for the responsibilities of the office
enter. The Old South has Sunday: CHURCH Rev. Larkin Connolly
changed greatly under the man prisoners in areas of need. One And having the best time of all! of comptroller require an administrator 10:00: a.m.-Bible School APOSTOLIC FAITH Mass
Seems he objected to being location near Clewiston was Included who not only carriesout 11:00 8:00: mSunday
overlooked in a recent story as agement of Carroll and all for the : a.m.-Worship ClewlaUm 7:00: p.m.-Sunday Mass
In the six. the mandates of the laws 7:00: pm.;Worship
being a tourist attraction !in Clew. better. Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor 7:00: am.-Dally Weekday
A group of LaBelle farmers passed by the Florida Legislaturebut Wednesday "
iston. Now no one can deny he No Intent was meant to over- met with representative of the who also through experience 7:30: p.m.Mld-week devotions 10.00: a.m.-Sunday School 7:00: a.m.-First Friday
spends more advertising dollars look 1U a difference in opin- of and Bible study 11:00: a.m.-Preaching 8:00: p.nu-F Irs t Wed
Small War Plants Corporation implements those laws with programs each month .
his business and Clewis ion in classification. Tuesday
boosting Jacksonville, concerning the establishment FREECome to protect the consumer 1:30: ]lie 1 Ladles' AlterISArTIST |
ton than any other concern, Including -as- NOBTHSIDE MISSIONARY p.m.-Prayer Meeting
of and the
a sugar cooperstive public taxpayer Friday defy
noticed the "newface" CHURCH
the Chamber of Com Have you
merce. Where the disagreement on Hendry County MotorsTSTATEMENT at LaBelle. 447 acres of seed "1 have always pursued a pay.a.ouIO 304 Francisco* Street 7:30: p.m.-Y o u n g People's Saturday 11:30 Ins
pledged and It was : a.m.Religious
were Meeting
cane philosophy In spendingthe Bro. Chester Johnson _
announced that a charter for the taxpayers' money and certainly Interim Pastor -

cooperative had been granted by in and have no Intentions>> of changingnow. 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School. HI-HAVEN BAPTIST '
OF CONDITION the state of Florida, and that a I believe the expenditure of ASSEMBLY OF GOD Highway 7ZO
11:00 Morning worship.
: a.m.-
cane mill had been located in See if it's SIS FranoUco Street Rev. VIe Turner, Pasta |
funds< should be based on the
(.30 ETC.
: p.m.- Rev. .
Clewiston Federal Savings Louisiana which could be purchased service. it will render the public." 7:30: p.m.-Evening worship. 10:00: James F. KImbrel. Pastor 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School !
a.m.-Sunday School 11:00 Worship
and moved for $721,000, : am.-Morning
The' Comptroller who. also Is Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:45 Union I
J and Loan Association and that for the removal mill was to being LaBelle.earmarked Commissioner of Banking, has a 7:30: p.m.-Praytr Service.: 7:30: rxm..-Evangelistic Sin8:00:: pm.p.m.-Tfa1n1n1-Evening Worship I

23 multitude of activities He serveson Ice Wednesday: f
: After the Close of Business TEN YEARS AGO 19 commissions and boards. He FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday: 8:00: p.m-Prayer Meetlnl |
lot E. Ventura Arena 7:4: pm.-Midweek Service _
December 31, 1963ASSETS (From Clewiston News of is the key member of the State
Rev. Leon M. Gambrell. Friday: CHURCH OF GOD
Cabinet Budget Commission in
L January 7, 1954))
Interim 7:4: p.m.-Youth
Pastor Service Aresoe
III .. Paelfio
The March of Dimes set an II- providing an analysis. of the eco ...
First Mortgage Loans ..-.........--.....-.- $2,043,744.63 800 goal for Hendry county and nomic condition of the state and 11:00 8:45 a.m.-Sunday School -- Rev Joe Coleman
Loans Savings Accounts .......___ 12877.69 GORDON'SSINCLAIR a.m.-Morning Service > School .
on School Principals Howard Bishopof provides forecasts of the state'spotential 0:00 p.m.-Training Union IRST METHODIST CHURCH 10:00: a.m.-Sunday

I Real Estate Owned ..............._..__.. 3400.26 Clewiston and John Perdue of to the Legislature.Other 7:00: pm.-Evening Service Ml W. Oseeola Avenue 11:00: a.m.-Morning Servial

Investments and Securities ...........__ 423600.00 LaBelle, combined efforts to organize commissions and boards Wednesday: Rev David Denslow, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Eveninl Worship I

Cash on Hand and in Banks ,..-...._.__.. 131,470.20 the campaign for funds. on which he serves Include Board 7:00: pm.-Officers and Teachers 8:45: a.m.-Church: School W.aday':

Office Building and Equipment, The board of county commissioners SERVICE of Conservation, Board of Com Meeting 1:00<| sin.-Mornlng Service 7:30 Prayer Service .
I Less Depredation ._.....__..::-.... 35313.38 arranged for the openingof missioners of State Institutions 8:00: p.m.-Service Midweek Prayer 6.00 p.m.-Methodist] Youth Tet :". p.m.: _Young People I'deavor '

Deferred Charges. and Other Assets __ 15477.17 "permanent\ office in the Alston 402 Sugarland Hwy. Executive Board of the Department 8:45 p.m.-Choir Practice JJ": PwEvenlng OWIhip'Service
Building on Bond Street in Clewiston of Public Safety; Trustees of CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday; _

r $2,665,883.33LIABILITIES Clewiston, at which various functions the Internal Improvement Fund SoBth Clewbtea 7:IS p.m.-Choir PracticeFIRST COMMUNITYHOLINESS PENTECOST
: of county officials may take Board of Administration Pardon Rev. Herb Hlgdon Pastor CHURCH
place. First of these is the sale 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School
: of auto tags which will be conducted 11:00: a.m-Worahlp: : Service CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sooth Clewtaton

i Savings Accounts .._...._._......___.._ 2239198.78 by Tax Collector A. O. 7:00: p.m.-B a p t 11 t Training B. J. Goodricn. Minister Rev. J. R. Taylor Pasta

Loans in Process ..__.__......._,- 133720.69 Ward for convenience of Clewls THE NIGHT Union North Sugirland Auditorium 10.00 School
I Other Liabilities _______.__...._.._ 57,162.88 ton residents. 8:00: pm.-Worship Service 10:00 11:00: a.m.-BI School! 11:00::: a.rn ajn..--Sunday Morning Worship

I Specific Reserves .._.____....___ 4,122,50 Ron Hare celebrated his 18th In Hi blackness provides hidden. Tuesday 8:00: p.m.: -Brotherhood a.m -Communion Worship: Service and 7:43;: p.m.: -Sunday Ev "La

General Reserves _..._.. 5 184862.34 birthday with an Informal dancing ? dangers for men of the sea.flashing Wednesday: '7:30 p.m. Communion and won Service

Surplus ___..___. 46816.14 231,678.48 party at his parent's home l F- beam from the lighthouse a welcome 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer ship service 7:43 pmy-Prayer: Service
on Saturday evening. Thursday :
sight--carefully guiding ships paste : Wednesday:
2665883.33 Some 70 Qewfaton residents the) pitfalls of the sea To those who 8:00 p.m.-Choir Practice 7:30: pjm.-Bible Study 7:43: P.DX: -Youth Service
motored to Miami to attend the
Bowl between believe, Christ promises ". he ,that/
Orange game
HCA/ Maryland and Oklahoma on New foffoweth Me shot? not waft In darknM This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following:

f' Year's Day. l but than We 'Me light,, of 'Me."

oa lC Clewiston Federal Dr. Robert C. Golden, optomet n:)Q- John 8,12 Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's:. |

rat opened an office in Clewiston.

feNlM and LoanAssociation Community Presbyterian Church Phone Motors STANDARD OIL COMPANY Complete Department !
Savings In Joint services Mrs. Basic 407 Royal Palm Avenue

RobUou was Installed as worthy HENRY HORRELL FORD. MInUter
"x matron and Parker Wilson> as 9:45: A.M. Bible School too: P.I!. Youth Fellowship Kelly Tractor Co. Giddens Furniture Clewiston Fede

lothI worthy' patron of the Eastern Star SERMON SUBJECT"What's
k Phone 2-4501 LOAN ASSJRoyal's
Store SAVINGS ft
and John R. Barton was Installed .
; the Good 'Word?
511 E, yeater. Ave. Clewlstoa: 'Florida a. worshipful master of the Masonic .
Lodge Pridgen Cities' Service The Eu, to '
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Clewiston, Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Three
Country IMCA winner Thursday, January 9, 1964
JdA eve .. _____

namedEarl on hand for the "World Series of
drives stock
car Dirt Track Racing. Time trials Hole-in-one will

will be held on Tuesday morning
Morrison, president of the Feb. 4, from 10 to 12 a,m., and
and points for the winners Billy Clewlston Country Club has announced at Tampa Fair times established that day will aid Heart FundLucky
rbin's Swindle 8, Dick Baker 2, Bob ,w fja; d9NISgI the appointment of stand for all five days of com

Welch 4, Sonny Stalls 6, and committee chairmen; and some TAMPA Fun-The first driverto petition. $15,000 in cash purses golfers who shoot holes-
Jimmy McDuffi $ to completethe of the committee chairmen and win the IMCA national driving will be at stake.Tigers inane February 22-23
ades Gas win 'farm supply" point members for the 1964. may help
h year title with a converted stock motor boost Heart Association funds by
For Thrifty Drug, Danny Hall Gordon Woolley, of Waco
was high with IS, T Carlthers 12. Officer of tb> club are Earl cagers $10,000 or more.
Texas will be out to his
men's league Bruce Waldron 8, Bill Perry and Morrison, president Dick Baker prove Henry R Cooper M. D, of Fort

W Perry chipped in 2 each. vice president LeRoy Hare, hit the road Lauderdale. president of the
'There h a admission for the flTNTSS IT ic secretary and treasurer. Directors Florida Heart Association, today

,m'. Farm Supply Men's won their Bar two games and the publie Is net-co are W C. Prewitt, Bob Darner The Clewlston Tigers will hit announced the two-day goulf tour

1 game In the and cordially Invited to attend. Warren Howell and Joe M. the road for three consecutive nament, February 22-23 being
\ League Monday night tos Tonight Thursday Parkinson's Hendry. games after playing Avon Park sponsored by the First Flight

; Gas became the WOWY team 49a plays Thrifty Drug in the openerat )$ here Friday night Jan. 10 Company for the Florida Heart
dumped Bill Prewltt is chairman of
they 8:IS; Glades Gas and Corbln's Saturday night they will journey Fund Campaign
real exciting game. tangle in the the Greens Committee; Joe M. sv to Belle Glade for a non-
nightcap + Any hole-in-one made at a PGA
1 by the sharp shooting of There y + Hendry of the House and Rules conference encounter Tuesday
are no games for Mon ; golf course that weekend will pro.
Hill with 27 points. Gladesd Jan. 13 -- Committee; Gwen Hare of the Jan. 14 will re-enter conference
day, as games are played they duce Heart Fund revenue at the
throughout the game. Joe and : Entertainment Committee; H. at Frostproof and at
every Thursday on alternate play rate of $800 for the health agency
chipped In 16 points Billys Mondays. T. Vaughn of the Ways and Lake Placid Friday night, Jan and $200 In choice of First Flight
s 4 and Dave PatUson 2 Thursday Jan. 18 Parkinson'svs. Means Committee; Bob Bernerv 17. merchandise for the participating

nd out the scoring Glades Gas; WOWY vs. Cor- Handicap Committee; Warren The next home game will be golfer

n Hall was high point man bin's. A PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM using the competition Howell tournament Committee Tuesday Jan. 21 against Okee- Both amateurs and professionals

OWY Woody Carruthers of point system, was inaugurated by Gene Fuller, Clewiston and Dick Baker, Membership chobee the contest and

obby Glddens contributed Recreation Director! and spread through the Florida Recreation Committee. kJelni :a Fund Hole-In- Jt

its each; Bill Baker with 6 Play starts for Association: into almost all portions of the state. Pins on the map Morrison reports the course Is One effort in the normal course
Barton with four com- shown with Fuller Indicate locations in excellent condition, and a full '
>yas where the program was of play.
radio station's points.es schedule of activities will be carried Club'
the Introduced successfully during the current season. The national Country Golf at Florida
shops course
on through the season. Chief right to the crown when he .
Gas, clearly became the city championship A.A.U. named Fuller Man of the Year In outdoor recreation for interest at the country club centers in the MCA; Grand Cham. II will distribute contest entry rule
to beat In the five team Us success with this project STAFF PIIOTO. '
on 'plans for the new clubhouse pionship sprint car auto race, at NotesBy
. The game was one of the Play in the 38 hole medal
match. play and pro shop, but the construction the Florida State Fair February
and evenly
xcitlng for the City Championship will 54-9-12 and 15.
ed to date.e Gene Fuller's A.A.U. honors will be so scheduledthat Theresa Stanton
; start at Clewiston Country Club the present building will Newest Special!
nightcap, Corbln's won with qualifying rounds on January : continue in use until the new one One of the early entrants to Winners of the Ladles' Day
econd and Thrifty 18th and 19th file for the five-day meet. Wool.
; game the tournament Scramble last Friday were Letty
is completed so there will be no
bowed for the second time, committee announced this week. result from recreation programEugene Interruption to the event sched ley stated that be would be behind McConvllle Nell Parkinson and Simmons sofa bed
down 4840.ie All entries must register at the uled. the wheel of the McDonald Evelyn Sullivan.

Robison dumped InOILD'S 25N. club by Thursday, January 16th, M. Fuller, director of program and outdoor recreation.whil Following its custom of past Special to from St Paul, according A special meeting of the Wom- and matching chair.
and pay an entry fee of 12.:SO. secretary, M. E. Twedell.
recreation for the City of Clewls the outdoor basketball years the club offers complimentary en's Golf Association will be held
This tournament is to
one in Clewlston who open is a member any- ton was recently named Mau of courts at the elementary school tickets to tourists and Woolley, the tall, balding Tex Friday January 10th at 11:30: regarding Upholstered in tan
or who fees at the Year in Outdoor Recreation have also been used. "'.aq visitors for their first ground at an hopes to duplicate his feat of amendments to the by-;
pays green
HURS. the Clewlston Country Club. by the National Amateur Athletic the golf course. These are made winning the opening day feature, laws. All members are urged to Naugahyde.
Union This which Fuller Approximately 3'children: like be did last attend.
honor available
through the motel and year, and go on
FInals will be played on January
learn to swim or their
\ 25th and 26th. has received with considerable Improve hotels The Club also permits to win his second consecutive An Invitational is planned for

The tournament has been arranged modesty, 1 11 an outgrowth of a swimming skill. In the summer in students free use of the course IMCA national sprint car championship. February 14th for the ladles of $139.50
prograri. This program la now -
LEWISTON to be the finest golf championship program of physical fitness which its fourth ; the flag football week-days after school except on Sebrlng, Lehlgh Acres and Belle
ever offered in Clewiston. he developed In Clewlston and In- Wednesdays Student green fees Glade. Those who wish to play will be reduced $10
Florida Recreation program is In Its third year, The Waco driver was the first
troduced through the should sign before
are 80 cents. up the February -
this is the fourth season for, man to win the IMCA championship
Association into the national 3rd
FAIRGROUNDS midget basketball. Clewiston has The green fee schedule for with a converted stock mo weekly till sold.
organization. 1964 is as follows: Ruth Mottley, president of theWoman'
a competitive Swim team which tor. Previous winners
Recreation dept.sponsors Fuller was also nominated by Annual: Men $70, payable $15 since the Association has announced Custom draperies and traverse
1 in its fourth of competi of
n0mi- year days Emory Collins, Gus
the national A. A. U. a* a these
January for
February March April
tion. There have been bicycle
Schrader Sit
Haugdahl have all
bike race nee for the Jaycee Physical Fitness and $10 in May; Women, $30,' 1964. Entertainment and hospitality
Award. He also made races marbles tournaments, summer used Offenhauser-powered cars or Free estimates
was festival carnival, water bake payable $8 monthly through May, its predecessor, the Miller In : Ruth McCarthy. Dee Hoi-
Clewiston vice-chairman of the AAU physi- ,1 ,
The Recreation Department oubek Nell Hooks and
and $23 for student Letty
payable $5
let and doll shows, pet ..bow..jand ; winning the IMCA crown.
cal fitness committee.It McConville Van Cothern'sCu
sponsoring "little 25"and other events. Tennis 1* monthly through May. ; Publicity Theresa
"little :SO" bike race Saturday all began with the Clewlston coming into the limelight with' Monthly green fees are $24 for Over 400 entry blanks have been Stanton; Scoring Invitational,

January 18. It is the second program. Fuller Introduced the the completion and lighting of men, $1250 for women and $5 sent out to cars and drivers anda Mary Louise Weathers; Tournament tom Upholstery

9 annual event for the girls and idea of competition in a physical the courts on the playground.The for students payable in one sum. record field is expected to be Frances Nail and Lush Phone YU 2-5831
third for the boys.Participants fitness program through the use Dally green fees In winter" Florentine.

must be enrolled of a carefully devised point system department has assisted season (Dec IS-May 15)) week-

in :the Clewiston Junior or Senior Two years ago this plan was with the formation and operation'of days, $2.00; Saturday and Sunday -

High School and represent a boo! used In the Fifth District of Florida a Clewlston Youth Board $2.50; after 3 p.m. $1.00.
GREATEST fid Youth Club or organization, Recreation association. .This which Lt reaching beyond the Dally green fees in summer season

according to Eugene Fuller, recreation served as a proving ground for confines of pure recreation Into (May 15-Dec. 15)), $125
ERTAIXMEMTULBErORTHHTAMEYl director. Each team consists the Idea; since It was successful, the service field and will soon weekdays; $150 Saturday and

of a maximum of four rid- it was reported to the public recreation participate in its first Youth Sunday, and after 3 p.m. $1.00.
ers, though each organization committee of the Amateur Workshop.

ming with Innov may enter two team In the com Athletic Union with which the
over Fuller. service to the community :
petition. Florida Association 1* affiliated : FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
Wondrous down
Surprise & extend beyond his require Bulldogs ;: -
In the of 1963 the Florida //4r.; '
rlad of Unprecedented The girl race is scheduled for ments of his Job as recreation di. I
urns from All 11:30: a.m., with the Youth Center Recreation Association used rector. He assists, and encouragesthe ,' <' "
String .
i. Parking lot being designated pits. the program throughout the state young people to assist with Tigers 71-45 ,. Pioneer Bank in the Everglades' $ :+
The course will be around the and it was introduced on a nationwide worthwhile project In the \\ ,; .1.*.* '
HATUUINO block bounded by Osceola Atlantic basis, gaining momentum which needs and
EHURAK through "It wa accepted because "The best high school basket
and Royal Palm Avenues. Condensed Statement
seeks his services of Condition
mblart Gymnast it worked" said Fuller. ball team I have seen in years" December 31 1963
deadline is
Entry Wednesday, "It was Introduced In the school Gene Fuller is a local youth were the word of praise by Coach
EVA KROLEY January 15, at !the Youth Center.
-- system here, and It worked there; who returned after experience as Buren Hall for the DeSoto Bulldogs 1 ,
|uitrUnne and Her so It Is now being used In Florida recreation erector' at McRae Ga. after defeating Clewlston 71. .- 1 a- .

Dancing Horses Youth board journeysto schools, and will be spread to He graduated from Clewlston 45 Friday night in Arcadia Re.ources.A .

JCILLE DERISKIE other schools through the national High School, and entered Florida The high scoring DeSoto team .

not fhi Silver Thread Ft. Pierce clinic organization" State University at Tallahassee. has notched Its eighth straightwin Cash and due from banks ....?.........?..?.................. $ 831962.93
ETA AND PAMELA In both year of competition. Interupting his college career for and Is odds on favorite to '

rlallstle Seiuaflons Members of the Youth Board of the Clewtaton Recreation Depart. military service he spent two win tha Ridge Conference Championship U.S. Government Obligations ...?...............,...,,?........ 3,481,915.8State ;
the Wetherald Youth Center will ment has ranked very high; this years as a paratrooper, then returned behind high scoring \' : .
HOXIE BROS. attend a District 5 Florida Rec- year six out of 12 winner In the to Tallahassee and received Jimmy YaThrough and Ricky County & Municipal BondsLoans .......................... .! ." .' .,. I t. 379283.78

wlna ELEPHANTS reation Youth workshop in Ft. Florida Association were Clewls his degree In recreation. Dodd.. To make basketball coach and Discounts: ,-ii' ,} '.
ARI6US CLOWNS Pierce Saturday, according to ton youths. He came to Clewiston four year es' hair even grayer the boys '

> rector. developed by Fuller and his assistant program in for the this city position and hu ever remained next :year. Bank: premises A equipment......?....?.....::.........;;::.. ., f ::' 87,95381
P.M. XV5i>jM. The clinic will include panels directors, 1* centered In Al Morrell was high point man .-

3 OPEN S and 7 PJC on special Interest, social activities the Wetherald Youth Center and since. for the evening with 26, which Other asset ..............................??...;;;...................:....;;:. i 14985.35
>MISSION $l. e ,-sports and service to com the C. S. Mott Swimming Pool; topped Yarbrough's 25 and Dodd' .. : ; :

munity. The meet will be held at Central Playground Is the locationof Sugarland Pharmacy 21. The defeat gives Clewlston a .tag 'l' '"
\ .
the Ft Pierce Community Center. much of the physical fitness 3-2 conference record.In :( :,'';' .... ? $6,607,85530
the the ,. of": : j
preliminary game, :;,,7: "'
... PIZZAYU fast improving Tlgerjayvees lost a

There are 30 Pontlacs -close one, 4139.CLEWTSTONA.. '. ,. =

2-3311 Morrell 104-
Liabilities .
26, Bowden 1-0-2. Farrar 2-1-5, .
in Wide-Track Town Carlthers 1-0-2, Mazzina 0, M.

I Glades Roofing Co. 19-7 Morrell-41. 0, Bible 54-10. Totals, Deposits.............................?...?.:...........................?...?... '. : $$5,946,780.48

All Types of Reef and .Income Collected Unearned ... ............?...?.._......... < 86,395.09
Did Metal Werk SOTO-Dodd 94-21, Ham-

New CrastraettM ... ilton 0, Latimer 1-1-3, Hughes, Reserve for Taxes ............................... .......................... 53679.73 Repair Jabs 34-. Trawick 1-2-4, Yarbrough '.' '' I
12-1-23, Womack 4-2-10, Guldry ,Accounts: : .

Phone 2-7111 0, Severs 0, Collins 14.3. Totals Capital .........,.?.?.......?..?.................?.?...-?...?.... 150,00000 -
.Day or Evenings 314-71.
P. o. lid 1S43CLEWISTON 1 Surplus ...........M...:....' M...:_.. ....................... 250,00000
FLA. dewlslon _____ 12 9 17-45 : :: :

B. DeSoto ,-?,,?-???.-..16 14 23 18-71 Undivided Profit .-...-.._......................._........... 121,000.00 521000.00


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C., V. PARKINSON Chairman of the d'o"" .

BEFORE you travel! .; '." '.. ELBERT L STEWART: President ... .
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your : '
s? A. L MOORMANIr. Vice President and Cashier "'J '.

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find that luxurious: Pontiac comfort: ygew pocket w the glove ,te;a. ELBERT 1. STEWART President ".. .;

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(rYaV got four different models to choose from.) GIves rota" locafloMf I
foellJrto of better close motor ftottfi coast to eocyr, HOWARD E. KURTZ Accountant '

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r Page Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS = not yet been received the couple Patty Carlton for "Hokey Pokey." Baldree'i ............-... ..... 38 32
Thursday, January 9, 1964 had a formal military wedding at Engaged couple is honored Monday Refreshments of cake and pop Canebrake 30* 37H
, .. the Naval Air Facility Chapel In were served. Guests were Kathleen Hare Lumber ............. 29 39
Naples. Desiring that her wedding Smith Ronnie Hooks Byron Parkinson's .. 28* 39* Did You
be "different" Mrs Ather- with informal party at Cato home Wilder Marianne Miller, Debby Hi BertH Scratch Know?
Prater, Christine
ton departed from the traditional Messer Danny Polly McLendon ..........?.-......... 471 You
NEWS( wedding gown, and designed her Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Schick the cake which was served was McDonald, Gary Jerry Wilcox Walton, Jerry Betty Rachel Padgett ........................ 448 can get
own which was a Chinese sheath and Mr. and Mrs. W J. Cato gaily decorated and Inscribed Manning Holladay, Barbara Cox, Pat Carlton !- Lola Richmond .................. ... <443HI
of white lace topped: by a full-
boats Sally and Paul"in
were at an Open House Mon "Congratulations Series Hdcp. Bar-B-Q
Jennie Jones, Patsy Rey- to
length white satin coat also of day evening, December 30th, the holiday colors Silver can- nolds, Becky Sherouee and the Polly McLendon ........................ 579 GO!
Chinese design exquisitely fashioned honoring Miss Sally Schick and dlelabra held tall white candles honoree, Betty Sherouse. Rachel Padgett ............ -. ....... 571
and lined with white crepe- Paul Cato whose engagement which cast a soft glow over the Thalne Richardson .................... 549
back satin. Appliques of delicate WM announced during the boll- refreshment table. H'fh' Game Scratch

Miss Jo Ann ,Bussell weds lace designs outlined with pearls. days Mrs. Lavon Booth and Mrs R. Ladies of lake Dora Belcher ..... ....................... 179
rhinestones and sequins of) iridlacent The Cato home was decorated V. Cochran assisted In serving Rachel Padgett ..................... 179, A
hue gave beauty and elegance for the Christmas season and the A large number of friends bowling leagueOld Polly McLendon ............. .. ., ... 174 .
It. Atherton in Naples, Italy gown A to finger this-tip unusual veil of wedding silk net red and green color scheme was called during the evening to greet Jo Ann Spurllng ......... ..... ...... 168
continued In the party accessories the young couple. Among them South Bar-B-Q .... 29ft 28V4 lush Game Hdcp.
Mr. and Mrs. Quentil Bussell of was held In of white place silk by a designed single and decorations. A cutwerk were several from out-of-town. Including Wilson Lumber ............ 38 30 Rachel Padgett ......... ,......... 220 Phone YU 2.9322
Lakeport announce the marriage large rose for her bouffant hair linen cloth was used on the table Mr. and Mrs. Randall U S. Sugar Corp. ...... 36ft 31V4 Dora Belcher ............................ ,. 218
of their daughter, Jo Ann to Ray- especially style. In the dining room where the Fulford and family of Okeecho- Sport Shop .................... 36 32 Wanda Spurting .............. ......... 211
mopd Atherton, Lieutenant in crystal punch bowl WM encircled bee Mr and Mrs Alex Fulford I!
the United States Navy, on Mon- Lieutenant and Mrs. Atherton with polnsetUa blooms. The silver of Fort Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. -
day, December 23 in Naples, I expect to remain In Europe until coffee service was placed at the Paul Bussey of Sycamore Ga.
Italy around the first of April, after opposite end of the table and
Mrs. Atherton is a graduate of which time they will be at homeIn crystal and silver dishes held
Moore Haven High School, and Jacksonville Florida until chips and dips of various kinds; Barbara Wrightis
attended Florida State Univer- Lieutenant Atherton receives fur
sity. She resigned as secretary In ther orders.! engaged
the office of the principal of Clew. Garden club meetsat

!Iston High School to attend National Mr and Mrs. Marlon L. Give Your Wife
training school prepara- Sorority plansarea Glades Thursday Wright 319 Parkview court, pa-
tory to becoming an airline stew hokee, announce th eengagement
ardess. She completed her training 'The Garden Club will meet at of their daughter Barbara
In 1960, and at the time of serviceMembers two o'clock next Thursday January Elaine, to Roland Edwin Mills
her marriage was flying between 16th, at the Glades Pit son of Mrs. Jesse Mills and the
Jacksonville, Florida and Houston d of Beta Pi chapter of Room on Sugarland Highway late Mr. Mills Pahokee.
Texas. She resigned her position Beta Sigma Phi planned aeveral Mrs. Luther Jones of Belle
with National Airlines on projects of civic service when Glade will present a programspeaking Miss Wright Is a former resi- A Holiday
and flew dent of Clewiston, and attended
December IS to Europefor they met at the chapter room on her World Garden
her wedding Tuesday evening with Mrs. Earl Tour of European gardens, and Clewiston High School before the
will show slides of family moved to Pahokee. She
Edwards, hosteasrThe colored scenes
Lieutenant Atherton whole MRS. RAYMOND ATHERTON on the trip.HostelSea. graduated from the Pahokee
home Is in Payette, Idaho, was members voted to work) ai High School In 1961, and 1* em-
at the time stationed in will be Mrs. A. Tou-
Engineering Officer for the Blue present registrants and assistants at the ployed as receptionistsecretaryfor
Angels in 1961 and 1962 and is Mediterranean waters. Ha. Mrs. G N. Pitzcn. Mrs. E. *
Mobile X-Ray unit In Clewiston Royal's Inc., at Belle Glade. I ,''' >
the actual details of M. Cornell. Mrs. M. C. Vowell "
now in Attack Squadron, attached Although this week; to assist.! with the Sa-
to the Shangrlla, which is the wedding ceremony Itself have bin Oral Sunday program, preparing and Mr. C. W. Fuller. Her fiance is a 1957 graduate Bring your family
and serving sandwiches to of the Pahokee High School, and ,
Is presently employed by Associated
the volunteers who the
man vaccine
stations; and to conduct the Officer school Grocers of Miami. The : ,'J':":,: '
wedding date has not been set ..
"Mother's March"
of the Marchof
Fried veal cutletswith Dimes campaign. Mrs. James to :, )
.McPhail was named chairman of For Rainbow, girlsA Betty Sherouse i.
the Mother's March A grocery "t.n:

potatoes and fresh peas b'asket .for a needy family was school of instruction for officers observes birthdayBetty
planned.Mrs. of the Rainbow Assemblies

hot dinner rolls butter Freeman Hodges, Jr., was In the 16th district was conducted Sherouse celebrated her
named chairman of the committee Monday afternoon by Mrs. Abner 15th birthday with a skating partyat The Clewiston
to plan redecoratlons of the H. Vann, grand deputy, In the the Roller Rink Tuesday afternoon Inn
chapter room. Clewiston Masonic HalL Mrs. M. V. Glotfelty was
58$ 2 for 98 The program was given by Mrs. Assemblies at Pahokee Belle hostess for Betty's mother who
Glade and Moore Haven each was unable to attend because of
William Baker and Mrs Kenneth
sent their Mother Advisor and six Illness Clewiston Florida Telephone YU 2.3501
Walker who short
gave a presentation -
officers. Following the period of
on literature and introduced Games and skating were en
Instruction the Rainbow Girls
Mrs. Wm. T. Stilt, who joyed and prizes were won by
honored Mrs. Vann with
a special
spoke of the work of the Audubon Danny Prater for "Reno" and
Steak courtesy and presented her witha
Special Society. grand deputy' pin. For
Present were Meldames Jack a delightful evening :
Attending were the following
Choice of Delmonico or T-bone steak Redish, Harold Estep Frank Gen. Pahokee Assembly: Mrs. Marie: -
try, John Black, Margaret Bare Hughes, mother advisor; Hazel
with baked french fries tossed J. Fred Baker Sr., Frank Mott- Sheppart. worthy advisor, AnnelIe '
potato or >M IOU '
ley, Buren Hall Michael Herring, Nix, Mary Lee Adams, Debbie tjNFoi
Robert Dick- *
McColley Geprge
Grass and Lode Gray.
salad bowl hot rolls butter
son, Wade Wilson, Michael Millicevlc Belle Glade Assembly Mrs. ,
Robert Adams, Richard Ruth Williams mother advisor; Boats Guides Gas Ice
Baker Van Cothern, Robert Bass Fishing Tackle .
Kathy Barrow, Sharon Motes, SuppliesJohnson'
W, W, Carruthers and those Susie Winterrawd, Linda Rollings- Many People Drive Miles
,* named above.Sugarland. to Enjoy our Excellent Food!
worth. Linda Rockwell and Diane .

Lheahen. Fishing Camp _... : ." .
Pharmacy Moore Haven Assembly: Mrs.
Leora Sykes, mother advisor; Clewiston Fin
Dixie Sykes, grand representativeto
Thrifty Drug PIZZAYU New Mexico; Pam Hedlck
Audrey Crews Sherry Dorman
and Beverly Daniel.
2-3311 Clewiston Assembly: Mrs. Hel-
en Dickey, mother advisor; Judy
Vann, grand finance committee;
Diane Rackstraw worther advisor
; Linda Carlton Jan Wilson 1
Cheryl Lee, Chris Kelly Becky ,
I Spires, Shiela Carlton Andrea 1. .Nt"
HIGH PRICE FEATURES I Bolton Jan Brantley Donna Mor. \i

Gray neon Ellington Deborah Thadene Comrie, Wynn Jean 'e "rN.i/f'kJ"

and Mary Beth Fry. ,

I LOW PRICE TAG Sacred concert t ,.._ t .

by singing midget

Lowell Mason, the 46-Inch tall
singing midget from Clayton. At Our
f Oklahoma will present a gospel January SaleLadies
1tbRGi4WAY singing program at the Lakeport
Church of Christ on Monday, Jan.
13, at 730: pm., to which the
public la cordially Invited.
DRYEROnly Mr. Mason who Is widely MensSweaters
known for his fine singing voice;
Dryer with 2 NO-TUMBLE Is now filling engagements in

drying cycles! 'Is many a TV of the and Florida radio churches.personality He 30% OFF

and a recording artist Some of
4 WAYS TO DRY his records will be heard over
1 n-bWry.......... the Belle Glade station during
I tw hledy....... this week. His inspiring concert Cardigans and Pull-overs
"Wi *KH "*NO.IU* U eras are usually an hour Reg. 08c
programs or
r*"*l .. per yard
lor I.aw. ..
>emMw o.a sa.bl.
and halt 59o
o an hour a In length and Keg. and 69c
...... .
I ,. a.b5n.
j p as
1 a.baCOMPAR Include the old gospel favorites Piece Goods 2 yds $1.00
which are so well known and Bath Towels 390
/ ....,.-.ywbb4A.dVAw. No tickets are being sold for

.,..k.h..I.alsa-.Kali, .t....ikMI.. his this concert program.In He Is presenting Boys.Reg. 4.98 & 5.98J|: I f Size 3-12
v....... ...,-..... Lakeport entirely Size 13-16 GIRLS
on a free-will-offering basis. '
VItq.'--tIN.. .Ir..4 People In this area and \D i adjoining :' :: "Corn Cobber" Jackets $2.99
towns are Invited to come ---n_
....Jasoass out and enjoy this unusual must ". SWEATERS

cal treat .' Mens Rt'g. 2.98 to 6.95
White and Colored Size 7 to 14

NORCE SPECIAL FOR FAUI; j Long Sleeve Shirts_ ... __ .__ .. $1.99. $499 30% off

Thurs. Fri. SatJan

2-SPEED 2-CYCLE "WHO. IS. 9.MINDING 10. 11 TUBSTOKE" : Many other unadvertised items greatly reduced for this sale.

FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHBItsoots JERRY LEWIS SORRY-No refunds layaways, or exchanges of sale
aa rum muma In His Wackiest For Whole
........ -..- .... Family Jo Laugh At s
w. .-. a. w.. 1..n.
s usaant cressM as 11I1\I Sun. -.Moo. Tues. .
a ....-- ase Jan. 12 13 14 PARKINSON'SDEPARTMENT
e rust s a.a.uI.u... "McUNTOCK"JOHN\
sau PIICaAII rw
The entire family will enjoy
I'I'I Big John In this broad humor
wrt Awasas love Interest.
Music and Fun

Wed. Thurs. FrL
Glades Gas Co. Jan. IS 18 17


Phone ;yU 2-1311. DAN McCARTHY Clewwton, Ha. Family DEAN Fun MARTINFor This la It Sugarland Hwy. Clewutonr



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ey Teacher-For the beautiful joyed a holiday l leave at home Thanks to the General Hospital The family resides Oewiston Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Five
spital expresses appreciation Christmas tree donated to the with hit parents, Mr. and Mrs at Brighton! Reservation. Thursday, January 9, 1964 I
hospital W. J. Cato and other relatives. .
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"Pink Ladies"A Mr. and Mr. Raymond Coot.are
Lalf the patients, staff Christmas caroling MRS. ALVIN ZAUEL-For donation -
of Mr. and Mrs Bob Berner spent the proud parents if a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durfence Mr. and Mrs Dewrv Greene I
lard of Directors of Hendry CARETS ALTAR SOCIETY, ST. MAR- of our country's flag to be the weekend in Miami, going Ladle. Auxxlllary. was organized Rom na, who arrtv'd at rant the weekend In Miami, at- have n. urned from their home
like to
I CHURCHFor displayed front of the
I Hospital thanksiollowlng Christmas in hospitalMrs. down especially to attend the pro : during 1963 at Hendry Hendry Cron' rnl Hcip..al: on Uidlng: the pro fastball: game be- in Prince n, Ind. 1M their an-
| sincere gifts and delicious L. T. FAGAN For the
r convey andtuals homemade football game Sunday afternoon.Mr. General Hospital for the purpose Chrlstm: ss EThe baby we ;:hrd tween thr Ci >en Bar PacKci. andt mini, winter juo at th Uewiston
cookies to large of which she
organizations presented Job mending
of creating a wider interest in eight p ;air t : C rand: : Brownj Ian
for numerous deeds, the patients. did for the hospital and Mrs Ju. B. Sbottlar the hospital welfare and to
and donations genI RAINBOW GIRlS AND DeMO left for their home In
|s. gifts JUNIOR BETA CLUB For Sunday as a liaison between the general
and unselfishly contrlbutIvlsTON LAY BOYS For the lovely the three charmlni scrapbooks Chicago after a Christmas visit public and hospital management

: Christmas caroling.PATTISON'S presented to the Pediatrics Ward. here with her parent Mr. and The group has certainly made...
NEWS-For arts FUNERAL HOME Mrs C..H. Berner.
GIDDENS FURNITURE itself evident
by being of tremendous
concerning -For the generous boxes of candy
|d photographs STORE AND HARE LUMBER Terryl Jane Nash left Sundayfor assistance to the hospital
hospital and during Christmai.BOARD
lultleJ, of the COMPANY For their contribution and / s 1 e
Holy Name Academy at San the community duringits s
admitted and OF COUNTY COMMIS- '
f trod.""f patients SIONERS-For the palm trees to of the beautifully bound and Antonio, after spending the holidays short time of existence. It 0 e

the illustrated edition of the Holy at home. Mn. Evelyn Nash serves as receptionist for the hog.
JvKLAND PHARMACY beautify hospital's landscap
of Bible to the hospital's Quiet and MM. C. J. Nielsen accompanied pital by answering the telephones
I,.:ir liberal contribution ing.CUB Room. her to Okeechobee where and receiving visitors. In order ____
Icwiston News" each week. SCOUTS-For the Christmas -
Should any organization or In- she met friends for the return to that the patient may receive as
Ing of the dally hospital tree presented to the Pediatrics )r rC
the much rest
dividual deserving recognition be Academy.Mr. as possible, observanceof -
I port, and generous gift of Ward the Christmas-card visiting hours encouragedby ,k YII
excluded from this acknowledgement are
1 scrapbook prepared for the chil .
at Christmas. and Mrs. Cees Peet of the in
Auxiliary out
(S CLUB For bringing dren's enjoyment while waitingIn we humbly apologize for Newfield N. J. visited her brother of visitor passing
The members
[Gaul to the hospital dur- the reception room, and the the unintentional! omission. AU G. H. Brown, and family last also assist passes.visitors
by taking care
donations and services are welcome
fristmas and giving Ice Joyful Christmas caroling. weekend. The Browns were hostsat
of children
and appreciated by the hos in the reception room
1 to the patients e n- a barbecue In their honor
pital. It is Indeed gratifying to while their parents are visiting
OF THE FIRST BAPTIST urday. Other out of town guests
know that the patients are not for. patients. As a service to the com
STON GARDEN CLUB- CHURCH-For their thoughtful! were Mr. and Mri. Ted Daniel
.. beautiful Christmas deco donation of tooth brushes, toothpaste gotten by the community and that and Mr. and Mrs. George Royalof munity, the group prepares and
gives a dally radio report stating
I prepared and placed in and combs to the patients. they have the sympathy and kind Belle Glade and Mrs Fannie what patients have been admittedand

1,pital to brighten Its at- GIRLS' AUXILIARY, FIRST thoughts of their fellow men. Brown of South Bay. discharged by the hospitaL
Ire during the holiday BAPTIST CHURCH-For the delightful I would also like to take this
Miss Many services for the patients)
Mary Lee Farlow of Mary
opportunity to that It has
sunshine boxes preparedfor express
land are accomplished by the volunteers
State Teachers College,
certainly been a pleasure for me
the Pediatrics Ward.
I CHURCHES such as delivering mail,
CLEWISTON Towsen Md. spent the New Year
community -
the entire
work with
Continued donation of flow. MRS. LeRoy holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan making telephone calls reading,
contribution of beautiful Ronson during the past year.Sincerely
I the patients' rooms. McCarthy and family during a delivering and rearranging flowers -
I BLOOD DONORS For candles to the hospital's Quiet vacation In Florida. Miss Fsrlow, passing out newspapers, preparing II I } t 1' V t 1 l lr

liess to answer our urgent Room. HENDRY GENERAL HOSPITAL a former teacher In Clewlstoa courtesy packs of soap,
blood. VFW AUXILIARY For the Anna Mae Jones Administrator High\ School Is now dean at the' tissue and lotion serving Juice,
\\3 lovely flowers brought to the hospital Maryland college and escorting the patients to various
J\RY CLUB For contrl- at Easter and for donatingthe sections of the hospital.
lof "The Rotarian" maga- Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Vaughn + t X XI
tree. The assists the hospital
lovely Christmas Auxiliary
lih month. and family of Jacksonville spent
IBS' BIBLE CLASS, MRS. J. F. FLORENTINE the weekend in Clewlston visiting personnel with many duties.
They Include sorting and openingof
ttt OF CHRIST-For fur- For magazines and playing cards Mr. and Mrs H. T Vaughn Sr., mall and
parcel post packages,
for the
brought to the hospital
1 the patients with beautl- patients' enjoyment. & l and family. delivering admission slips to varIous

sages each week, prettyvora the Miss Lyn Vaughn returned to departments, assembling pa- I Y 1
at Easter and Val- tient chart forms and welcome-to- '
flowers contributed to the Winter Park, where she is a student -
corsages. at Rollins College, after hospital folders miscellaneous i 11
[GRADE ELEMENTARY hospital. typing, delivering outgoing mallto
spending the holidays here with rwr
L Mrs. Louise Hare ESTHER CIRCLE FIRST ,fERSQ N l$. her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. H. T. post office and "running" Important aseg ; .
-For the pretty Valen- METHODIST CHURCH For Vaughn. errands, labeling miscellaneous -
Jrapbook presented to the their thoughtful! donation of toothbrushes supplies with charge
lies Ward and the lovely toothpaste and combs to Mr. and Mrs Owen Alter, Oscar slips, mending of hospital linens,

las tree. the patients. Altee and Mrs. Mary Hagln New books in filing and maintaining of a hospital -
of Jacksonville were New Year
guests of Mrs Charlie Foy at her
f H For the beautiful SCHOOL, Mrs. Clara What- home Pacific Avenue. Mrs. "Hats are off to the fine Job
this group Is accomplishing
I Altee and Mrs. Hagln are Mrs.Foy's Public LibraryNew Anna Mae Jones

sistersinlaw.Mr. and the Hospital Staff.

and Mrs. Paul Bussey have books placed on the
shelves at the Public Library this
returned to their home In Sycamore
past week Include, "The Group," Dinner compliments
Ga. after a holiday visit
(MULLET 0& CATFISH) here with his daughters, Mrs. Joe by Mary McCarthy, which has
led the best-seller list almost airman leave '
on ;;
Benefit Cato and Mrs. W. 0. Campbell, ,
from the date of its publication
'and their families.Mr. It is the story of eight Vassar Warren Brown, who Is on leave ../1 Ckowl.a,.,.,.anus sda. sad. (5WV,oel Iap.le CrM'ia,

CHURCH OF GOD and Mrs. Frank Ford of girls who "grouped together" at from Kessler AFB Miss., and

Routh Pacific Axe? ClewtatoD Klttannlng, Pa., arrived Satur college, and their subsequentlives visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '64 Jet-smooth Luxury ChevroletWhat

day for a three months' stay in during the New Deal daysof G. H. Brown* was complimentedwith
[turday, Jan. 11, 1964 4 p.m. until Florida. Mr. Ford Is a brother of President Franklin D. Roose a "Cousin Dinner" Sunday
does it take to make a car a great highWhat about special performance
I evening. Invited other equIp.*
Phone TV M091 for erder delivery the Rev. Henry H. Ford, and the velt. guests were
LTS 1.00 DONATION CHHLDBEN goo Pennsylvania couple have spent relatives, chiefly cousins In way performer! ment? Professional driving skills? Forget
"Caravans, by James Mlchen- '
the If the car happens to be a 64 Chevrolet, them.
several winters in aewlston, and er, also on the best-seller list for area.
are house-or apartment hunting ,These Included Mr. and Mrs. ono thing only. A highway Nobody has to doctor or coax or soup up
months "Caravans" tells
here again. the many of for Larry Royal Mr. and Mrs. James You'l111nd everything else already neatly these Chevrolet to get the best out of them.
story the search an
American girl married to an Afghan Chamblee Mrs. Gwen Core, Mr. packaged for you-on the car exactly as you And that's really the test of a great high
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cato spent engineer who has not been and Mrs. Charles Royc, Belle pick: It off the showroom floor way performer Just about anyone can jet a

The demand for fat Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale as heard from for over a year. Glade Mrs Diane Wright, Misses: There' a choice of seven engines: -all the kick out of driving one, Just about aaywhere,
,#, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter "Planet of the Apes," Pierre Barbara Linda and Donna Wright way up to a twin.arb high-compression Just as it comes out of the showroom.'

Krozel and family of Holly, N. Y.. Boulle's new novel about a planet and Buddy Mills of Pahokee Mr. .426-hp V8*-and four transmissions, IncludNext time you're out your dealer way
and stocker
who are on a winter vacation ruled by apes and Mrs David Rowlee and tag a finely honed 4-0peed stick shift.' allow a few extra minute to amplrww of I

there. Mrs. Krozel Mr. Cab'ssister. daughter, Gretchen, of Hialeah And underlying it all-a bump-eklmmlng these highway performers your own.A few
"The of ,
cattle is heavy by David Daughter Divine, an Pangaron absorbing Miss Wllma Jean Waldron Forest Jet-smooth. ride that helps keep are really aJIlOu'Il DMd I***'*
Hills, and Gideon Jack and John the performance great even whenTJTTKwTTir enough time to do lot of
Paul Cato left Friday to rejoinhis novel of Jlfe in the South Seas a driving

Buy only the Marine Corps unit at the Non-fiction lor young people Include Brown.The party was held at the the highway; aren't o great ajj- In a Chevrolet. atrywssl hi....*

school Memphis, Tenn., where "The Ark," by Margot Benr Brown home on North Atlantic TIE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet there!!* a Chivy n e Conilr e Cents
cattle you want he Is currently stationed. lie en- ry-Isbert, an honest, realistic

picture of the terrible aftermathof ,Avenue. See.them.at.your! .Chevrolet Showroom"Chuck" ,

war in a defeated country CARD OP THANKS _

"The Incredible Journey" by Words fall me when I try to express -

Sheila Burnford, the story of two my gratitude for all the Wells Motor Co. Inc.

dogs and a cat which traveledover kind expressions of sympathy we ,

Sales Every Monday at 1:00 P.M. 20 miles through the Canadian received at the recent loss of my 202 W. Sugarland Hwy. Ckwitton Fla. YUkon 24501WIlSON'S
wilderness to return home, and father. Bless you ail ,

which was recently made, into a Dan McCarthy.

movie by Walt Disney. BIKTIIS

"Watch for a Tall White Sail" Mr. and Mrs. Ellud Luna are
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the story of young love and heroic the parents of a baby girl

RADIO SERIES: endurance along the seacoast of Norms who was born January
DES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN. Alaska. 1 In Hendry. General Hospital.

WSWN tOOKC One non-fiction book "The weighing five pounds, five ounces. Bakerite

e WY 6.3023 Belle Glade, Fla. BELLE GLADE Guns of August," by Barbara Mr and Mrs George Miller of 3h.( Can 59t
SUNDAYS M:4S TM. Tuchman, depicts the first days Immokalee, announce the birth
of World War I. of a daughter, Lori Faye, on January -
2 at Hendry General Hospital
The library Is located on the
second floor of the Nickell Building aewlston. The baby weighed -

and is open every Monday, six pounds 14 ounces.
Wednesday and Friday from 7 toe Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Daubner BRAVO DEL MONTE

p.m., and every Tuesday Thursday are the parents of t I'd pound girl,
and from 2 30 to who was born Tuesday, JanuaryT Corned
Saturday :
5.30: p.m.Sugarland. in Hendry. General Hospital. uu_ __ 390 Catsup __ .. 2 for 39
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tiger

Free Vaccination of Big Cypress, are parents of a '. -

Pharmacy daughter, Marie, who was bornon NO. 2iik WEBBS
January 1 In Hendry.General

t. PIZZAYU Hospital weighed,six Qewlston.pounds lift The ounces.baby Peaches u 4 for $1.00 Rice u u u 3-lbs. 4ge i
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johns are iI

the proud parents of an SWi poundson I

Rabies 2-3311 born on J.nuar.lln. Hendry CHARCOAL

l.1 Briquets .. 20-lb. 99 Tomatoes 2 for 25e I

The City of Clewiston is offering free vaccination 11.5 CHOICE BOSTON BUTT

I against rabies for all animals whose owners OI. I Round Steak u Lb. 8ge Pork Roast __ Lb. 39

register them with the City and purchase a City RESTAURANT FIRST CUTS CENTER CUT'SPork

| Dog Tag for $1.00.Veterinarian. We Treasure our Local Business! Chops 39 Pork

_ u _. Chops uu 69
the Fire Please come in EorFRESHEST
will be at City

Station Saturdays January 11 18 SEAFOODSI WIlSONS PICNIC

and 25 from 1 1p.m. until 2 p.m. TENDEREST STEAKS! Hams --- S-Ib. can $4.29 Hams -- __ ___ __ 39f


Bring your pet and avoid impounding fee. FRESHEST EGGS! FRESH GROUNDHamburger

LIGHTEST HOTCAKES I or Pork Sausage U-.uu 2-lb. 99

City ordinance requires all dogs and domestic animals Homemade

to be vaccinated and tagged.

City Of Clewiston Cakes Pies FRANK'S Groarke i t

Daily full course Special 97f

Or just to say hello .


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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston Fla trails have been cut through inaccessible Lake Lochloosa and Lake New- purchased through a Ford system
Thursday January 9, 1064 grass and vegetation. nan, Dixie County, Governors Polhill invitedon of paying 10 per cent of the original When you have something to ship

Established fish management Hill Lake; Walton County, Juniper cost of the tractor

areas are as follows: Polk County Bay Lake; Santa Rosa County thank Mr. Beck Remember REA Express YU 2-2141
W* sincerely ]
Fish commission director reports Lake Cooper, Lake Jullanna, Bear Lake; Drowsed County, goodwill tourFrank for his services In the purchasing
Lake Mattie, Starr Lake, V-C Tlggertall Pits, Sumter County, of the new truck. Pick up and Delivery Service.
Christina Recreation Area and Lake Panasoffkee Approved but L. Polhill. secretary- Dale McCall. FFA Reporter.
Saddle Creek Recreation Area; not official at this time are Blue treasurer of the Hendry County
improvement program is underwayTALLAHASSEE Pasco County, Lake JesslmineHUlsborough : Cypress; Lake in Indian River Cattlemen's Association and former
County, Pleaaan and Lake Lowery, Perch Lake. county agent has been Invited Angus bull saleat
Floe l Ida's of Florida's fresh water fishing.In Grove area; Plnella County, Blue Lake and Lake Magnolia In to be a member of the 1964
fresh water fishermen are already Lake Tarpon and Lake Seminole: the Camp Blandlng area of Clay Goodwill People to People Travel Bartow Friday OH. 8441355B ,
beginning to reap some reporting on the progress of Alachua County Orange Lake County Program Delegation visiting the
benefit from Fresh Water the first six months of the fishing 65 I '* VI8268J
the countries of South America. The BARTOW An offering of 1Z
Fishing Improvement Act of 1963 improvement program Aldrich ---- --- '--- tour is an official People to registered Angus bulls will sell in

and may expect more and better said 23 the fish Commission has i iY?> ;-.... ... People Travel Program, and Is the Florida Angus AsltOChi tion'*
approved managementareas ,
fishing as time passes and fishing ,' organized as the Florida Livestock Annual Bull Sale scheduled for
in twelve counties with 53 t a.
Improvement programs expand Feeders and Breeders Delegation the livestock pavilion at Bartow Thurmond W. Knight
according to A. D. Aldrich, director 821 acres of water now under Intensive ... rJ.: ; Each member pays his on Friday, January 10, accordingto
Game and Fresh Water Fish management to produce own expenses on the tour. a report from Charles Moore, Land
maximum .' "Accredited Farm Si Broker"Thurmond
fishing Another 47 .- "
Commission. .",----1 Lutz, chairman of the sale com
areas are presently being considered '0 .. Selection of members for the
The Fishing Improvement Act and under various stagesof s .'U/DICK WOLFF ,tour were selected from all parts mittee. Knight;! Realty Inc.H. 0 Hu

of 1963 provides for an Increaseof management. Ten public boat of the state on the basis of their Scott Wilson! of Macon. Ga, will .. ton*.. Ill*In* II...... 2010 Avenue I 11
one dollar on each resident ramps and access sites were completed for This gift-giving may\ go, anyway.down as Not the within year they recollection discovered have fishing more tackle varied standing Interest and proven auctioneer the sale which will West Fmlm Dork.., >..k>ri.
'O fishing license. This dollar Is let during the past six months toothsome tackle Items been offered. leadership In agriculture.; start at 1:00: p.m.
aside to be used for Improvement land over fifty miles of boat snowed In or snowed under with business responsi "The offering will Include rugged -
blJruei' Next to a week of fishing, there nothing; better Delegation host-leader Is L O. Angus bulls ready for service
than new tackle. It helps ease the strain between seasons. FlickIng Gratz, former assistant directorof "
commercial cattle operations,
a new flyrod, or spinning the handle of a reel freah-from-the Florida Agricultural Experiment
visions of conquest and exhilaration.One will be Moore said! "and several animals
8 330 feet gift-wrapping conjures up stations Objectives Residence Site on Del Monte Avenue
acres ABU of consideration a*
dyed-ln-the-hackle trout man waa gifted of several to learn more about the livestock worthy
HI-FI lurea which emit dulcet tones of a siren to seduce their. Industry In South America and purebred sire prospects. All sale
prey. That night, after slumber who and operate entries will be halterbroken" 150 ft.
On Caloosahatchee Rivernear had taken our angler from the people own frontage
Christmas Day festivities, his y it. Countries Included on the tour
LaBelle wife heard him call out, "Lav are Brazil: Uruguay Argentina Citrus leader
lUna Mauls, Laguna Maule" Chill and Peru. Members of the 20 ft. driveway at side
Now Ive got the goods on r
to learn much from
tour expect
Good Price Good Terms the rascal!, thought hi. wife. / / 1 their Informal contacts with, the advises increasein

Those dark flashing Spanish eyes.dames with their. people of these countries and to Finest homes in Clewiston are in this area. I

DADE-MONROE REALTY Still fast asleep our trout contribute to better understanding advertising
man is) tried, convicted, and L II t. and relations as wen as to
309 W. Sugarland Ilwy. Ph. YU 3-2941 sentenced, yet most guys who I combat Communist propaganda. EUSTIS Fla. Florida citrus Terms can be arranged.
can spot the difference betweena The Florida Goodwill People to will have to spend more moneyon
brown and rainbow know Lav-. I Iin
People Delegation will make the advertising and merchandisingin
tuna Maule Is a deep lake high
the Chilean Andes. There, __ trip by Jet from Miami leaving order to expand Into new mar. $3,000.
five and six pounders are returned January 19 and returning Febru- kets. Homer E. Hooks Florida
to the water admonished for their carelessness, and advised Citrus Commission General Manager
0 ATTENTION to grow up before fooling with Yankee fishermen. told the Rotary club here.
Fanciful flights afflict old and Carols alike. One 9.ASCS
youngster la Jacksonville: Fla. found" a I Mitchell 804 spinning sign-up Hooks said that Florida citrus
Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK kit waiting for him under last years Christmas tree. For 1s now spending "less than 2 per
Junior. It had everything: rod reel line, lures, and this columnist'sbook
TO THE FUTURE AND on tackle and how to use It: for dad,, It carried a budget deadline nears cent of it* sales value for advertising J. E. BEARDSLEYREGISTERED
18 food
died price tag while the top con-
Southland, blgmouth bass still look for trouble wen In America are spending
early In January. Instead of packinghis books the next school ASCS County Office Manager, reminded 4.S per cent.
day Junior packed his now Garcia Mitchell rig over to local pond
He picked a silvery Ud-blt known as an ABU-Koster for the first area farmers and ranch "We hear that one new synthetic Phone YU 2-7501 E. Sugarland Hwy.
e A Low Cost Farm Mortnro assault No stranger to the locale Junior dropped the spoon. Intoa ers today that January 15th is product soon to be introd-
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN weed patch, only to see the lake fairly erupt. the deadline for signing up during duced nationally-with not a dropof
Will Famish Cash ToRefinance Minutes: later the taut line yielded about seven pounds of then Initial sign-up period to
chagrined, exhausted b.... Junior looked at his conquest then orange Juice in it-will spend
debt In the 1964 Agricultural -
,shoved him back Into the water. There's no Justice for the hooky. participate more in a year for promotion on
e Finance farm Implements new buildings, par plaver.fI Conservation Program. this single product than we spend
chase wind machine and Install Irrigation. tolerant with frustrated anglers. Look away If he ISM his) The sign-up period began on on the complete line of fresh and
Assist In purchase of a farm trove or ranch. new rod and reel to shadow box pike or bass. Leave him U he December 2 and since that date processed citrus from Florida"
Purchase more land. stares vacantly Into the wintry winds. Who knows, he may be 14 farmers and ranchers In the Hooks said. THE PETE SMITH HOMES
world-record _
Provide capital fund for the farm enterprise. landing a fish. county have submitted requests
ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN to participate In the 1964 ACP. We cannot Bird to go '
limed to 32 inches. The lemon before Designed For Florida Living Pleasure

before, ..assuming
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES Under the program participating along as ;
the freeze showed
1. Lower payment. even more farmer and ranchers will customers will flock to on as
marked difference. QUALITY - ECOXOUYBuilt
Whether the
Z. Longer terms (lap to SO years). County agent'snews receive cost-share assistance fur ear crops Increase. We mart
lime It
plowing or responsible is
I. Dependable service (serving agriculture exclusively not known however greater Installing needed soil water and increase the tito: and Intensity By:
a* our promotion*, constantly
since HIT). columnBy wildlife conservation practices
growth can be observed with deep
4. Full prepayment privileges without penalty. plowing and no lime as well at on their land. All practices must reminding people that SOUTHERN AIR BUILT'' HOMESA
5. Loan tervlce by local people familiar with local agri Ted Glue heavy liming with be carried out In accordancewith we are offering them
no deep plowIng *
from Florida
specifications based on the
greatest effect we observed
If we eaa be of service to please write Citrus being planted flat In We are a $2 billion dollar Industry.
yon or phone on was deep plowing and latest findings agricultural 2Y Years Serving Florida's Home-Makors
This Is Mg business.
_W._R. MAY Mgr or DOYLE E. ABBOTT. AssL Mrr. woods soil has little research to heavy lime application. research The farmers and
and we'd better
go on. However, the Soil Science ranchers themselves must bear p
These practices appear to have SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
markets to a _
Federal Land Bank Associationof Society has a 40 acre planting on merit, however more research the major portion of the expenses ma_."
a Leon-lmmokalee highly acid plots are needed. We need your involved with the' cat The Southernaire
soil undelaln with hard-pan much help. share assistance amounting to Hooks also predicted that 1964
BradentonPHONE like a lot of the soils being Dr. Nolan would like to geta less than 00% of the actual costs would see new effort by the

: 7432051 BRADENTON FLA. planted In our area. few more flat woods research of installing the needed conservation Commission to control the citrus
Practices used on this land include locations. Would yon measures. drink business in Florida-possibly
breaking the hard.pan by be willing to plant 20 or 40 Mrs Roberts stressed that through a Commission min-
using a chisel type plow; a deep of your acres according to funds available under the ACP imum quality requirement withan
I : ", ; .-.w ploy to 32 Inches and the normal their specifications After are very limited and that the identification mark on the

practice or disking with a bush planting, the site would use value of conservation work being label which the Commission could

and bogThree. your normal fertiliser and planned by the county's farmers advertise.

IWIBKRYme liming practices were spray practices.I and rancher greatly ex-
used, (lal) Four tons lime screenings personally feel that yon ceeds the county allocation of funds
per acre were cut into the will not only be doing Hendry cost-char funds Because of this Racing
surface 8 inches of soil (Ibl) Four County and the citrus Industry she urged all interested farmers
tfirbi.11lQNAWAY tons of the screenings were cut a great service but you and ranchers to submit their requests sent counties
into the soil 32 inches deep. (lei) will find these practices will during the initial sign-up
Four tons lime screenings and, give year trees a real head period a* funds may not be available TAU.AHASSEE-Stafa Compotroller
\ four tons dolomite per acre were start. to honor request filed lat Ray E. Green said check a//
cut into the soil 32 Inches deep. If you think you might work er in the year.' for $14000 from the race track
with ut, please contact my office tax fund were mailed Tuesday to
Alter bedding was completed The Agricultural Conservation!
t t two tons of dolomite per acre in LaBelle. Program is administered by the each of the 67 counties.. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. Carport Utility Boom
AL FulLER'SMmtq were disked Into the soil in the DON'T FORGET: locally elected ASC County Committee The comptroller said the pay-
usual manner Indian River Citrus Seminar and requests may be submitted ment topped last year's for the Features:
will be held! January 15-16 at the
same period by $500. The total
Queens were planted on three Brevard Agricultural Cen at the ASCS County Officeat Ceramic Tile Sills Tub and Shower Tile
root stocks: -rough lemon tour County the Doyle Conner Agriculture! payment to each county; thus far Vinyl
orange, and tweet orange. ter. Building Additional Information this fiscal year Is 60000. an Increase Floor and Base, Mfg Kitchen Cabinet. Awning Wnd

e.! Paint Store Last week Dr. Nolan of the Talks especially Interesting to can be obtained by telephoning: of $7,000 over last year.
Soil Science Foundation and I our area Include: WHitehau 6.4781.F.F.A. INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS

visited the grove After the cold January 15-Systems and Cost FOR

I 444 E. Sugarland Ilwy. Clewiston, Fla.| the the sour rough and lemon sweet looks came bad through but of Soils Developing for Citrus-By Poorly K. A.Drained Harris. NEWSThe EDWARDS MORTGAGESWe

Phone YU 2-3281 In fair shape. This grove It now January l$-Why Is Water Management Clewiston Chapter Future refer you many happy customers.

Complete Line of Paint and Supplies five years old Within the tour Important-By Dr. H. J. Farmers of America have Just Plumbing R'pairR'p1aeements CLIP and Mall For FREE BROCHURE

and sweet there Is a definite increased Reltx; Foot Rot-It Control received a new 'M CMC two-ton ,

". : : .: land that growth has been response plowed on and the Worth Cohan. the Eftart-By Dr. Mart truck pany. from The classes the Beck in Motor Vocational Com Installations Maui Office Southern A-;; :;;Homes:;:l

Agriculture are working trying to Trouble Shooting 3422 Fowler P'0. Box 1811 Punta Gorda, Fla. I
build a body for the truck it will "Septic Tank A

I be like the other one only bigger Specialty"Call Ft. Myers Name I IFlori
We also on the but of January'

received a new Ford 4000 tractor YU 2-6711 Address J
FI I from the Ford Tractor CompanyIn 325 E. Ventura .
Belle Glade. This tractor ws*

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"1 kASSIFIED Clewlsten Fla. THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page SevenHarlem .

Thursday, January 9, 1964 P

ADS iiJi! News !

PHONE YUkon) 8-1201 FOR SALE Payroll envelope, NOTICE OP ANNUAL III I TING -Stella Plrkle. preulnct officer. Events and News of Our Colored CommunityMRS.

IssiFIED RATES: Four cents printed with form for social security OF LANDOWNERS Of FLAO. Precinct No. .. Hobo'e Horn.

Tword per insertion. 70 cents withholding and other deductions. NOTICE HQI.M DRAINAGE 1. h robr DISTRICT given that Mr. *.. Bernita Bobo. precinct officer. JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored New Editor
charge; tour Insertionsfor Box of 500. Clewlston pur.u.nt to call of th. Board of Precinct No. t. Hendry County
,mum of three. News office U Sup.rvliora of ri. hol.. Drain.*. Motors Mrs. Judy Simmons, precinct Phone YU 2-7651
7 the price District and In accordance with officer.
Section 201.1[. Florida 8Utut.. Precinct No. It. Daniel Elementary GONZOLA DEXTER
I whose names apr 1MI, the annual meeting of th* School Mr. Lola R. Harlem menorganize
persons Oonzola
Landowner of Flavhol Dralnasr Thomaa precinct officer the son of Mr.
In the classified ads nayLk Best Work- Ulitrlct for the year 164 will b* Given under my hand and .ealIhl and Mrs. Roy Bobo Clewlatcn, Is I
UP two paaaee to the a We Save You Money held at the Hndry County Bub. SOth day of December, UII, new honored as soldier of the month.
Offlc located .
at the Fair Ground, at LaUelle. Florida.JOHN
Theatre eemLenls -
(tie Crystal Plastering, Simulated Stone Clewl.ton. .Florida on Friday.. L. HALL Pic. Gonzola Dexter (center)
of the News and Stucco Free Elt1matAIIJcen.ed January IT U14 at S:00 o'clock Supervisor of Rsglstratlon, civic club clerk-typist IIq. Comdt. 2nd Log.
tfitre. Passes moat belied miscellawous for I Sale HOUSEHOLD I I and Insured Eastern Standard Tim for the Hendry County, Florida.
[ COODS far SALt purpo. of: CN 407-Jan. I. t, IS. 1984. Comd. (C). receives the Soldier
for before Wednesday. 25 Years In Business Electing- ono .uperrl or for a HCN 411-Jan. S, r, 1i. 1 64. About 15 young men, all of Harlem of the month for November. 1963

FOR SALE-3 h.p. Evinrude Fish. 3850 LOTS Street term Receivingannual of three years l report and have banded themselves to- from Lt. Cot Stafford N. Ordahl

t erman. Weedless $60. Phone ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS Fort Myers, Fla. tic taking such action with reaped IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ether as the Harlem Men's Club. Hq. Comdt., (left) with SFC,

b YU 2-2891. Uc Guaranteed $1995 down SlUtper ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 termtn thereto. a.nectiary.I the Landowner. may d.. FOR IN HENDRY CHANCERY COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 1471 The purpose of the club is to James E. Hammond (right) Chief

month. LAKE APPLIANCE -Transactinguch other builneii IN ION ADOPTION OP work for the Improvement of Harlem Clerk Hq. Comdt., taking partIn
CO.. YU 1-7151. Uc a* may com before the meet. VERNON HAROLD KING community In certain areas the ceremony.
WATER TANKS, Molasses Tanks YOUR CLASSIFIED AD here Ing. a \minor. such as, Health, Welfare Public
three 3,000 gallon used, $7500 will be read by hundreds. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF NOTICE OP FILING PETITION Relations Civic Improvement. Photo by Pfc. Mllek:, Post Signal .
each three 2.000 gallons used ISO sE,426:Canette What have you to sell Or what FLAOHOLD, DRAINAGE DISTRICT FOR ADOPTION Photo Branch for 2d. Log.
TO) Ethel Ma. Maddox Kln( Sunday afternoon these men
'each. Stitt Ranch, Inc. Jan 9p do you wish to buy? Try one for mrs Jo. M. Hendry, Secretary, Robert Lee King 1
r FOR SALE' -I'' results. Phone YU 1-1201. CN .Ot-.lan. I, t, im. residence unknown. met at the Harlem Community
rakeets. $2.00 YOU ARK HERMIT NOTIFIED Center and formed the organiza
FOR SALE-Dachshound up. Mynah birds, African love NOTICE that a petition ha. been filed In tion. OBITUARIES
OF ANNUAL Sylvester Humphrey a
puppies MEETING
ARC registered. Jack U Scott birds, monkeys, cages, supplies. IF IT'S'UNIFORMS see us first OF LANDOWNERS OPBUOARLANn th Kelly*:above and Mildred t,led Jane Kelly hus.Fit teacher at the Harlem school and Mrs. Emma Dixon has returned

-220 E. Arcade dewiston. tic Pet boarding Thompson Wild Nurses, Beauticians Waitress, DISTRICT DRAINAGE sand and wife, for the:':minor:: / of a community leader chaired the from Thomasvflle, Ga., where
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21236. Maid, Doctor's and Barber's Notice Vernon Harold King, by she attended the funeral services
I* hereby given that pursuant the petitioners, Lee Fits Kelly and meeting until officers were elect-
"MOREi:\ Uc Jackets. The only uniform shop to call of the Board of 8uBirvleor Mildred Jan Kelly, and you are ed. The following were elected at of her grandmother, Mrs. Emma
PEOPLE BUY of Buaarland
T, W. Wynn WORLD Dralnao required to serve a of
copy your
for miles around. LTNNIE'S UNI"FORM Jordan Benton, who passed away
1 BOOK than and In accordance with Answer or Objections to show officers for the ensuing year:
any other encyclo- SHOP, 1835 Hendry Street. Section S>S.II, Florida Statute*, cause why said petition should not Dennis Reddlck, president; Orwell Thursday. Dec. 26, 1963. While
!J'pedia. Ask: about the Book a 1M1 the annual meeting' ; of the bo granted on the attorney for in ThomasviBe for the funeral of
REAL ESTATE Fort Myers. Janltfc Landowneru
vice G. D. Rogers
of Hugarland Drainage Lewis president;
.Moatttpeymentplan.: petitioners H. P. Johnson Nickel!
(THSIDE home or Investment Childcratt, Dlitrlct for the year 1..4, will b* Building, Clewliton.. Florida. and Jr., secretary; John HW.trea.urer her grandmother her aunt Mrs.
,' too."HlraC443; E. Pasadena Ave. held at the office of th* District, file the original In the office of Ivle Grant also passed and
sty, priced Collln Grlswell, away
at Clewlaton Florida, on Wednes th. Clerk ; parliamentarian
of th* Circuit Court on
r market. Jan23pNW. :' foe'.arli.'' .11, 1114, at 1.10 or before the Ird day of February, ; Sylvester Humph. she along with other relatives at-
bedroom frame. /f Eastern Standard I.... tended the funeral services. Both
TIlSIDE-3 rey business manager; and Jessie
j Tim, for th* purpose of:
or a
rnlshed. Immaculate. R. Baxter __ 1. Electingon* Supervisor confeiao: wll I b* entered"wiTNEtW Johnson, chaplain left a large group of relativesand
kTHSlDE-2 bedroom frame, ; & for a term of three year. friends to mourn their passIng. .
.. Receiving annual report r : m hand and the seal The next meeting of the club
j 000. I REMOTE CONTROL and wheel and takingeuch action with of said court In LaBelle. Hendry will be Sunday afternoon January They were buried in the Oak

SAGE: .j available. I'for small*oat V. O. Wharton respect* may thereto determine.as the Landowner County Florid., this loth day ofDecember 12 at 5 p,m. at the Harlem Recre Grove Cemetery Thomasville. A.

RES. NEW 2-BEDR60M. 2 'Box IS7rUeore-Haven or phone .. Transactinguch other DOROTHY lilt. MOORS CLARK ation Center. The president will Broms and Clark Funeral HomeIn

th frame home. Hardwood WH -3491. Up ANNOUNCEMENT I $. MISt.'RADIOit.TV.URVICE. I. business a* may com before (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. at that time appoint the necessary charge of arrangements.
the meetlngr CN 401-Jan. I, t, II, II, 1114.
s. BOARD OP SUPERVISORS working committees.The Friends of this community express -

rnA HOMES, In Broward, FOR SALE-UUllty Trailer Canvas HEir WANTED I WOMEN 8UOARLAND DRAINAGE) DI9. other members of the club their sympathy In this loss
him Beach and Dade coun- top new tires. Reasonably' Carith. Brt: P. B. Conkllng..President OF MEMBERS OP CLEWISTON are: Howard L. McKlre Willie to the family.CHURCH .

various sizes and prices.Jll priced. Call YU 2-5151. See at Ok- ers Radio t'TV Sales with serv- CN 411-Jan. 5,-14, 1144. F .LOAN .. SAVINGS AND J. Scott, Elbert Allen Jr., Claude
cash payment Ice. Nlckell Building 108 Bond ASSOCIATION Morris, Ulysses McMillan James
Chobee MoteL the MUSIC TEACHER needed 21 To the Wembere of
RENT Efficiencies and Street Oewiston Fla. Phone YU age NOTICE OF PRECINCT!: Clewleton Federal Saving and Louis Dixon Thomas Gary, Ray NEWS
available. 2-6441. YOUR PHILCO DEALER.tic. to 50, for Hammond Organ In REGISTRATION Loan Association field Dixon and Garfield Dixon
urea as New Bethel A. M. E.
1955 JEEP FOR SALE-4 wheel struction. No previous organ ex.perlence In compliance. Section II Oil, The annual meeting of membr
|>er 1,000 vacant lots to selectfor Registration Book Open In Precinct of Clewlston federal Saving ..ndLo.n Rev. I* Holmes, Pastor
drive. Gerald White 543 E. needed. You will be *. Notice of location.Th .
Association will b* held In
all ., Various H. L.
purposes. Sunday school 9.30: Mr.
Pasadena. YU 246S3. JanSOe fully trained in Hammond Organ recletratlon book will b* the office of the Association Clow H. A. HOST TO INVITATIONAL
'n. Term. SINGER SEWING MACHINE Studios Fort open In the respective. precinct [Iston Florida on Wednesday. McKlre SuptMorning
AND INCOME ; Myers. Contact Billy from January 1, 1*<4 to January January IS. five o'clockIn 1055.
representative will be at Old- 51. nol'i.tt. TOURNAMENT worship :
REGISTERED Doane. preferably in person. "I4. While registrations are the ft : StandardTime
OPERTY. CITRUS TREES dens Furniture store each Fri Jan23c being mad In the precincts registrations for the purpo. of: Evening worship 7 p.m.
| MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent for sale. Ready to go. ,J. M.Tomlloson day. For parts sales, service I also may be made at theoffice 1. Electing two director* to On Friday, January 10 Harlem Bible reading, Tuesday' evening
of the Supervisor of Registration .rve for a term of .
t construction $25,000. Ona Fla. Phone RE stop In or call YU 26721. tic at the courthouee In and until the I. r.l.. and Academy will be host for the at the church.
|G TERM, low interest, farm 52786. JanSOp APPLICATIONS now availablefor Lanell qualification of their success Greatest Glades Invitational Tournament Choir rehearsals Wednesday

ne, grove and ranch mort- positions of waitress. See M'Precinct.. Ruth Lai No I er. LaByr precinct.officer Motel ors.I. Reviewing-, the operation The participating! schoolsare and Thursday evening

s, minimum $50,000. Ralph Ford Mrs. Houllhon, The dewiston Inn. Precinct No 1. Courthouee.Precinct of the past yenr.I Dunbar Fort Myers B. T. The Presiding Elders' Council

LISTINGS NEEDEDI. 1 tfcELECTRICIANS Precinct No No 4.I. Courthn.Courthouse.... *. .ensuing Formulating year,; plan. forth Washington Moore Haven, Carver win be held at
M. LANKFORDRet. SLIP COVERS and drapes. Cur Precinct No I. Willie' Store lire 4. Transacting; such other Naples, Bethune, Immokalee, A. M. E. Church Orlando Fla.,
Lone Willis, precinct officer. business as may properly com) Fahokee and Harlem
East Lake 8 at
Real Estate Broker tom made. Complete line of Precinct No. I. Annie Mule before the meeting Wednesday, January 1964
o) East Sugarland Highway drapery and slip cover fabrics. Home. Mr.. Bell. D. Bryan and You. very truly. Academy, Oewiston. 10 a.m.
Free Mr.. Annie B. Nail precinct officers. CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS The schedule is as follows:: You are always welcome to
estimates. Call YU
| Fire Auto and General 2-5831. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Insurance m Van -Cothern's Custom Furnitureand a Precinct No. T. Clowliton Chamber Ctls A. Jon., Becrrtsry, Session 1-Friday 2:003:00: : p.m. worship with us.
Yu of Commerce Building, Mrs. CN 411-Jan. t, M4.. Session 2 Friday, 7:3: -10:00p.m. :
Mn Fla. Ph. 22181t Upholstery tic b
STATE QP' FLORIDA AT THE CLO8U CF UU8INH.H8: DECo 10, 196 SessionSaturday, 00-12.00:()() : ML Calvary Baptist
t SALE-Five rooms of housed GLADES MERCANTILE COM- 1 ASSETS. Rev. L. M. Kitchens Pastor
Cash t.: uces with other banks, and cash items In am.
} furniture Must sell. Phone Kit ESTATE lOR KENT PANY authorized Singer Sewing colllCtinn* ._._-.a._..._proce.aof __._H_. 1.087,114. Session 4 Saturday, 1:30-8.00: Sunday school 9.45: a.m.
2-32" Jan9p Machine dealer's agent will service United. State Government obligation direct and guaranteed 1.08514.10 Morning worship 11 a.m.

sewing machines In dewlston Obligations Loans and discounts of. Htstes (and including I political None subdivisions f i1mmU) :: : : pm.Session 5-Saturday, 7:30-10.30: : Evening worship I p.m.
llAND! GREATER THAN ROOMS FOR RENT Call YU area every Saturday Phone WY HELP W ANTEU I MEN, Bank premise owned. ib/,6el.II>> furniture and Choir rehearsal Wednesday'
2-6881. the 6-5659 tfc fixture. 'U.ft' _.____.____..,_..__. 0,007.19Other p.m.Advance
}ER for houses, acreage basal Belle Glade asssts _...,......,. .*...-.._..._...__,_._.._.___ .....1.74 tickets for the touma.men' evening, 7 p.m. n
'5, We have customers wait- and HELPERS. may be purchased at the Prayer meeting Wednesday, I
|List your property with us. FOR RENT Furnished cabins Full or part time work in Clew. s,474,0a7.44LIABILITIES principal's office. Adults 11.75, p.m.

Beards!.!,. Ph. YU 2-750L and trailers. Johnson Fishing Iston area. Give past experience Demand deposits. of Individuals, partnarshlps and corporations students 7th-12th 90c. Students Mrs. Emma Dixon, Reporter
REAL ESTATESpecial __ ._?____._____,_..__ l, 09U0.4e
the Camp. YU 21181. tic and references. Box 518, Plnellas TIm. and saving deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and lst-6th. SOc.PERSONAL.

Park Fla. corporations _... ,"'.
Value Deposits of United States Government (Including/ ; postal .
Henry J. Andreis FOR RENT-2 and 3 room furnished FRANK DENMEAD Realtor aavlng-a I ) .............. _,_.,_,.,._... ID*,IBS.Ig MENTIONWe' CARD OF THANKS
Deposits of State and political subdivisions __.__ 1,12S,14S.84
apartment. Phone 21271. 811 E. El Paw Ave Certified' and officers' checks, eta w.._.._._,_...._.._.__ 11,40.15 regret very much that the We wish to express our sincere
tic Clewtston YU X-3421 TOTAL DKPOBITS __ .._t ,*'*.i".01is names of the following were not thanks and deep appreciation to
) Total demand doposlts _...__...___.._ 4,759,111.1.
REAL FOR SALE (b) Total time and saving deposits 7.124.8& listed In the group of college students our many friends for their kindness

ESTATE FOR RENT-Trailers and Trailer 1250 acres of muck. South of Other liabilities ... ._ L.j, 11"11.45 home for the holidays They at the time of the Illness and

SpecliI ValueIXVK spaces. Royal Palm Trailer Oewiirton. Fenced. $123.00: per WILL TRADE-1961 Ford Econo- TOTAL LIABILITIES: _._.__.._.- :,m: iT.<< were as follows:: Matlene Johnson passing of our mother. Mrs. Leila
Park. Phone YU 22603. tfc acre. Excellent Terms. line Bus for House trailer. Call total ACCOUNTS Lincoln Campbell Larry Mitchell. We are C1'atefulindeed
: DENMEAD. Realtor Capital: (a) Common, stock par "value 1110,000_ 158.000.00 Kenneth Ward.
113 E. El Paw Ave YU 2-5331. Itp Surplus __. __.__..________.______-...-.. 150,000.0011ndlvlded Cronies and for all the cards flowers and
loon RENT Unfurnished 3 bed- profits _._........__.._ __________ _.___ 100,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Robinson every act of love and friendship
YU I-IUl FOR room bouse-, $85 per month. 325 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _..___._.___.___._r__.. 600,000,00( ()( were delighted to have their that helped us bear our burden

arge corner lot on road to E. Ventura. tic TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS...____ (,474.017.41 mother Mrs. Janle Seay Albany at such a sad time. We pray that
jiitry club. This lot is priced MEMORANDA: Ga., spend the holidays with the Heavenly Father ever keep

tell and will make some- I Business Directory I Assets other pledged purpoeea 0* assigned(Includingnotes to secure snd liabilities bills. redlarounted and for them. each and all of you in his loving

I terrific home site FOR RENT-5 room furnished and securities sold with agreement to repurchase '___ 1,471,511.t Harry Matthew. Jr., Air Force care.
house. YU 2-1236. tIe (a) Loans a. shown above ar. after deduction of valuationreeerve the
of ..__.___,_.____ __. __..__, 14,091.IS Base, Homestead Fla., was Respectfully,
I I. Mona Holland Assistant Cashier, of the above-named bank do house guest of Mr. and Mrs. AAV The Mitchell Qulntlne and
FOR RENT-Two bedroom house. solemnly swear. that this report of condition la true and correct, to th. brow Robinson for the Christmas McCoy Families.
beet of knowledge. and belief.
Mrs. W. E. Bailey. YU 2-6881. Bonds SEE tS FORBOTTLED Correct-At test I MONA holidays.The .
A. U MOORMAN, Mitchel are very sorry to hear
FOR RENT 8.T9 acres with 24 Hour Service AppliancesSaleaService JH.Directors.. that he is .ill at his home. We send Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hylton
ITATD OV FLORIDA, COUNTY OF HENDRT, ss: for Brady, B son on January 7 in
house as Is. 330' on US 27 north Bookkeepingand Sworn to and subscribed before m* this fnd Any of January, 19S4, "Get Well Wishes" his way General Hospital The
Gulf Station Palmdale $43 00 McDonald end 1 hereby. certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. an early recove".. Hendry
lions for a vacation of Service (NOTARY SEAL) J E. SPOONER, JR., Notary Public.Htate baby weighed 11 pounds and has
end or mo. Write 921 South Blscayne Tax POWER GASCORPORATION of Florida at Large My Commlielon Expires I April 10, IMS. been named Chuck Edward
now and a beautiful, River Drive Miami. Itc CN 419 January I, It...
Uy wooded building lot Special Notice! Cheyenne.

la beach cottage or per- John W. McDonaldImmokalee All members of the AmericanPost

"nt home In the near fu- REAL ESTATE 21S are asked to contact Mr.

73' or 8 'xlOO'1ots'from REAL ESTATE Fla. CALL COLLECT Roy Bobo and receive information Hilton' Grocery
l PhoneOL 43672WALDRON'S South Bay WY 0-B321 e I Special Values relative to the Veterans' Information -
ted EASY TERMS The started Groceries Fresh Meats t
In La Costa laIN Special Value F1ANK DENMEAD
h of the Just FRANK DENMEAD. Realtor IIENDtr COUNT Thursday, January 2 and closes VegetablesCold
county park on Realtor YUkon Drinks Essential Items
March 31, 1964.
813 E. H Tuesday
Island. Clewbtonr fswTV1w421 Title & Abstract Co. 811 E. El rase Are.Clewliton. 27676. We Appreciate Your PatronageMr.

RIVATE GULF BEACH Title Ab.trlet.-11Ue IninranceFnblle Fla. YU 2-2421 and Mrs. Thonton Milton
RIVATE BAY HARBORWm. A complete fishing camp. MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen Stcnecraplier' Proprietors
Boats. motors and fully. stock Special Notice
ILReynolds ed with accessories, drink machines 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Photocopying: Duplicating Small ranch with new home and many other Improvements The registration books for precinct
have been Bridge St. aad Park Are.LaBcUe. 230 canal Close to town.
r Boats acres on
etc. 8 at the
& 2 to County are
pm. I, Hendry
completely overhauled. Everything Fla. P. 0. Box .4.
In tip top shape. Six Days a Week OtsnrtEVINRUDE I-U81 Trailer Park with new 2 bedroom home and over 2M' home of Mrs Roy Bobo and all Harlem ClubYour

Realtors "36 Broadway Accessible to Lake and acres land all improved. 500.00 per month income excellent citizens not registered and are Favorite Mixed Drink

oi-r VSU WE 1-2047 fronts price 000.27. (CLOSED EVERY TUESDAY) terms with small down payment. 'eligible are asked to please take Cocktails:
'T advantage of this opportunity.
r MYERS FLA. For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Two bedroom house on north side near schools Hardwood while the books are in our viclnU Fried Chicken Sandwiches

I Four Miles East of Oewiston Sales and ServiceNew floors landscaped lot, carporte. Excellent terms. ty. Please prepare yourself and Recorded Bands Music

Bare Beach be qualified to vote in the coming Popular
Colored property in Harlem section: of Clewiston. New Mr. and Mrs. WD1 Wallace

and Used Motors CBS. building 4,000 Sq. It. Suitable for Fraternal Civic use election. F-

REAL ESTATE Marine Hardware it! Church. Terms

Attention CattlemenNew Part and Accessories Band Parents Club Holes
Special Values 200' Gulf SanlbeL Priced sell. Worlds finest
Marine Safety! Equipment frontage on to The Band Parents will meet
Is the time t* consolidate beach. Shelling etc. This property Is zoned for business. JULIA'SBEAUTY
FRANK DENMEAD Realtor rear debts will& a long term farm Phone TTkoo WIlt Thursday night January 9. 1964.

"5 113 lean, low Interest rates with 2 lots on Punta Gorda Beach Local owner says) sell now (tonight in the school library. NOOK
E El Pate Ave TV 2-14M R. E. WALDRONFor The president 1* asking all band ,

faF r a happier New Year we weu could ponder the value Federal Land Bank WINDWARD Cay Bahamas parents to please be present not For That New Look

'oh..nd1.: invest in 1& wisely aDd 110 ODe need give you a helping Entire 400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom home. Private later than 8:15: p.m. Final decisions tinting Styling Cutting

on gee er WriteW. prompt Efficient Marina beach etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one hour will be reached and we lIeedfOU1' N. Appointments
from Miami cooperation. This meetinghas Friday and Saturday
rcisAila PfOprtatAI and* tantlf la 184 M when spoken, the .. HAY Home delivery been caned by special request Mr. Julia Sale, Proprietor
eddy Waleald Building OF THE MIAMI HERALD
Roosevelt may be recalled: Box III BdlNI PROPERTY Please be present
Land I Is the basis of all wealth." Call Bobby Giddens Alice Town. North Blmlnt J bedroom home on water.

Marshall Cost new $85,000 2 years ago. Widow will sacrifice for $35-
Field put It even more stron,lys TU nm 000. Finest Tuna-Marlin tI.IIh.InIln the world at door step 20
7 ami"uS5.reL estate Is not only the best way. the quickest AUTO SALES .A SERVICE minute from Miami. ELITE GROCERYGroceries
way but the only way to become wealthy!I" BESTATJ1ANT .* SERVICE Tampa Tribune Lot 75' x 200' from sea to sea. 18' high at ridge. 13200.
And B n1n1TowII. Bahamas.
taworUl advice to
"e Wffl Rogers added his own
Iearcn of sound loveatment: OPEN ALL NIGHTWe and For any of these extra special: values call Fresh Meats School Supplies
sic.er Cloae l
nST.bl7Jourelf some IT'T ln't nakln' asr Ft. Myers
stua nowadayi." Frank Denmead Cold Drinks Clewiston News

So Williams Electric News Press
to 'b11a ato U Just growing up why dont you ton B... Broker Other Items

ome real estate? You'll be clad you did later on.ttlnioa Wlriar. tepalr AQ ApptUttef Home Delivery YU f-IUl t
:b me have OVer a dollars worth of reel estate listed Electrical Centraetla. CAMPBELL For Information Call YU 2-7651 J,
1Ienr, la ten years it will be worth ten million Phone 2-2791 'It Pays to Deal! with a Realtor" ,
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has Miss Barbara Rlgby have returned rived this week from
Page E1ght THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlstas, Fla, yoked, and that the lights win banking department The bank answered the alarm and helped location In Florida.event.'pERsoNAtS The trip. from a Christmas vacation trip I1L. for their

Thursday, January 9, 1984 cost approximately S125 and can now has assets of M.607,855.30, control the blaze, but the small become an annual M ,{-.-".. vans! N T -""V... t. CCWLrGLdBSGVRGA: > : regular wIn>a
,, I.e rrhrated far abet 52.50 per an I Increase cf Win!+ over the 11...,ne too'm,1 rantrlly' sit the ,. jC-i \.. ...1 S."...:i -- .-j
parka for recrea t.; ?'" ,."t 1tWIl.h. s- .;. u acar a. tew, > c a, .i. / Co, J a period j of cold weather with a

seemed a bit f1J"j..i." + ml During the year the bank has with all Its contents. l heavy snowfall ,

come hard-beaded business 1ul! .a when Increased its surplus $50,000 and The firemen's report elated the The
he first mentioned it; but the Car hit from rear added 12,000 to its undivided fire was probably caused from a Little Lori McDonald, Infant log marriage engagement of Mi and in-vT1
state and nation is now caught profits account Deposits now heater-in the homesCircus daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Glass and .
James ?
from behind up in a vast program followingthe stand at $5.948.780, and loans McDonald, is reported as Improving Js B. Cur
exact lines that Miner sug at intersection and discounts at $1,811,753, indicating in St. Mary'i hospital, where Zara announced McArthur.by her motile'<
seated "Our children will haveno the extent to which this will showat she was taken for treatment afteran
again 62-55 place to bunt or camp or fish bank is serving the financial Illness of a few day' Mrs 'The ceremony win take
The 1960
or enjoy the great outdoors unless ed and driven Chevrolet by Sirs sedan. Ethel own- needs of the area. ) McDonald Is the former Shirley Friday evening at the |J

In what has become almost we provide for it now," he Wiggins was struck from the rear During the year the area acquired Fair groundsArrangements Archer the groom's parents, it.,
a trend, the Clewlston Tigers said 1955 a second bank, when the Mrs. Walter Gurganlom,
by a Ford sedan driven by h
trailed the Moore Haven Terriers Miner had little respect' for red Mrs. Luclle Lawson Hendry County Bank opened in Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. Rlgby and Mrs. W. L. Busbin moved to Harbor. The Rev. WiWalDl,
for almost three quarters, led tape as such. If he had a project of Bond Street and at the Sugarland corner LaBelle. This bank, too shows a between the Mr. and Mrs Bob Berner spent Clewiston this week from Belle tor of the Lake Harbor
momentarily, dropped behind i that needed attention he used Highway Saturday afternoon at fine growth during the part of the Lions Club and representatives of :the weekend in Miami, going Glade. Church, will officiate. Oth
gain, and went ahead in the every known method to get It. about 4:40.: Mrs. Lawson year it has been In operation. It Hoxie Bros. Circus, billed as down especially to attend the foot. members of the two fang
fourth period to defeat the Terriers Often his methods were color. hospitalized with a fractured knee was has deposits totalling $1,010,017 America's greatest family circus, ball game on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Egnew ar be present for the cereal! ;!
a 62-55 In Clewlston. ful, noisy, and publicity-seeking, cap, lacerated knee and chest and loans and discounts of $485- have been completed for the "big
but sometimes they were quiet 38084. Its assets total $1,239- performances
chow" to present
Moore Haven led the entire first and other bruises and contusions.
and secretive,-even, compelling.But 77328, and It has a surplus of here afternoon and night Jan.
of Couse and Mrs.
half on the strength Wiggins, and Mrs. Zula
he got attention no $49.000 and undivided of Lions
always ; profits 23. The proceeds go to the
Thielen, though the through Crumbley a passenger in the
one ignored Charlie Miner. $14,16922. fund. The huge tented city will -
out the entire game was never Ford received minor injuries Introducing .
more than seven points for either On one occasion during the war also and both cars were damaged The total assets of these two be located at the Fairgrounds.The .
years when Clewiston needed banks are $7.847,628, more than
team. by the impact.
classroom, space acutely, there two million over the assets of the all new edition of Hoxie
Tall BiU Carithers had his best seemed no way through the maze Mrs. Wiggins was halted at the one bank In the county a year Bros. Circus will be noted for DiCIfosgy
night of the season point wise as of red tape to secure a building stop light, waiting for traffic to it's great variety of performing
he bucketed 17 points and con at that time. But Charlie Miner clear to make a left turn into ago.Officers wild and domestic animals and it ,
trolled the backboards. Al Morrellwas Bond street, when the Ford struck of the First Bank of
found a way and a two story features almost every type entertainment
again high for the Tigers brick building was built at the it from the rear. Clewiston are: C. V Parkinson, known to the city
chairman of the board, John S. ,
with 23. while Miller Couse of elementary school grounds. Police Officer Charles Mcdel- Cottrell vice president A. L. world under the big top. The ,

Moore Haven was high for his When Hendry county recently land investigated the accidentHis Moorman, Jr., vice president and brilliant! star studded program is ,
team with 19. needed a reconsideration of the report estimated the speed of Cashier complete with acrobatic marvels,
and Mona Holland, assistant -
Moore Haven ((55)) G F T application for the Fort Denaud the Ford car at 30 miles and aerial thrillers, groups of trained
Shivers ................................ 5 0 10 bridge, Charlie Miner pitched states it had no liability ;insur- cashier; directors are E. domestic' animals, herd of elephants v /
y Hedick ....... .................. 6 1 13 to help. Although he never occupied ance and Mrs. Lawson had no L. Stewart, C. V. Parkinson, J. S. myriads of beautiful girlsin The advent of the New
Couse ..........................._..8 3 19 the limelight in the situation driver's license. Cotrell, Howard Kurtz. aerial ballet Tumblers, wire '
Thielen .................__ -..3 212 he was quietly on the phoneto walkers and gymnasts. A small Year also marks the
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Tyer "'-N.
? Palm clowns and Dialfone"
Jacksonville, to West Bank Fire destroys army of hilarious birth of "Danny -
Beach,-to Washington,-to Talla reportreflects many other features. '
Totals .__ 24 7 55OFT the
hassee. He was persistent and his new-representative
OewUton. ((82) meant a great deal in having growthThe Acres upon acres) of billowingtents
A. Morrell 'N-..._.,10 3 23 the public hearing called Allison homeThe cover :the vast paraphenalla of the Inter-

Carlthers ...-____ 7 3 17 will steady growth of the Clew- used to produce this "fantasy" of I ISystem.
Bible ._.......__. 3 1 7 remember Many Clewkton Charlie residents for his workin iston area Is reflected in the report frame residence of the E. delight to both young and old. The County I
_.. .... 2 4 8Yoder. '
M. Morrell of ticket
the financial condition of Allison family at Bare Beach promotional and advance .
< ........._, .. .-. Z 1 5 the Quarterback and 'club and for the First Bank of Clewlston, pub- was burned to the ground Tues sale has been started by the t TelePhoneLlr'
his consistent generous support
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Bowden to every youth project; for lished as of December 31st. in day afternoon about four o'clock. Lions Club. The proceeds go to a
his outdoor suppers for athletic response to the call of the state The Clewlston fire department very worthy cause. Tickets maybe
24 14 82
Totals"N.. 20 14 10 11-55 teams, for his watermelon cuttings purchased from any memberof
Moore Haven
the Lions Club. Many people
__ 12 19 16 15- 2 for many groups,-for the : iJ
Clewiston tickets in
like to purchase their o.3"Danny
events at which he scarcely
In the prellnary\ game, Moore many Qtta
The advance of circus day to avoid
Haven "B" defeated the baby played the role of host, provided Big Difference /
Tigers 53-41, with Bobby Jones the party and then sat back the long line at the ticket wagon.
and watched, with a sly smile on
and David Collier of
of Clewiston
Moore Haven tying for scoring his facer while the .youngsters An Independent Insurance Agent, representing Dialfone"will symbolize and graphically portray

a honors with 26 points each. had fun. many companies can choose the Louisiana growers
For Clewiston it was Mike Bennett For many reasons and for the efforts of all Inter-County Telephone System person-

1--2; Jones 11-4-26; David many services Hendry county best car, home or business insurance for nel to provide quality telecommunications service .
Beardsley 1-0-2; Sammy Lang can take this occasion to say tour sugar areaA
()-1-1; Rudy Barton 1-3-5; and "Thank You" to .Charlie Miner you which is so important to Florida and the Nations progress
Tiger Nelson 2-1-5. for his many years of public group of sugar growers from
For the baby Terriers, Charles services. An insurance company salesman is us- the Louisiana Sugar Cane League We think "Danny Dialfone"-as a modern

White 5-2-12; Paul 'dick 344; ually restricted to the policy of his own visited Clewiston this week on electronic giant astride our large r'
Donnle Lundy ()-1-1; Collier 12-2- will their annual tour of the Everglades 13 county South Central and Southwest
26; Mike Pressley 2-1-5; and Airport get particular company. sugar cane area. Florida service area-will Typify In
Jackie Smith 1-1-3. ter-County's quality efforts, and we
Moore Haven 17 24 39 53 new warning light As Independent Insurance Agents we Traveling by Greyhound bus, hope you will always remember this

Clewlston _.,.-... 8 18 31 41 The City Commission will Install the men arrived In Clewlston on whenever you meet our new representa
two warning lights on utilities are ready to give you continuing, personal Monday afternoon and were live a
guests of U. S. Sugar Corporation
poles at the border of the attention-the BIG DIFFERENCE in Insurance that evening. Our family of employees wishes you

Charlie Miner, Clewlston Municipal Airport. today! They toured the Clewlston sugarhouse and yours a Happy and Prosperous New
Action was taken at MondaY'1meetlna and fields, and other sugar Year.
(Continued front Page 1)) In response to requestof mills in the area, and the cane

the yean has been trivial indeed the airport manager, Jim Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency breeding station at Canal Point, Inter-County
Cockrill, and owners of planes where a field day program was
in comparison with the time
using the field regularly. Office Hours: 8 a.m. .. B p.m. posed An Day Saturdays arranged for the group.
spent. Utilities Superintendent J. D. The party traveled by bus for Telephone System
Mr. Miner was a member of the Phone YU 2.7501 Clewuton
told the commission he
Quinton the entire trip, and made several
city commission of Clewiston for
had investigated the cost In- sight-seeing stops at Interesting
10 years. He was a member of
the county commission for 12 ,r

years, and served as its chair-
man. He served four years on the
Hendry County board of public
Instruction and Is now completing
his third term of two years
each as representative in the state '
legislature. t; a :

Charlie Miner will be remem-

bered for many accomplishments l ;
for his community. Ills quick,
agile mind has a habit of piercing 12' WIDE MARLETTEIfHrV

the future, and some of his .
a' It! proposals seemed ahead of his ':'

time when he first made them. ,. .
But progress usually caught up I. J,II .
with him and proved him right. ',
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"Let's get Hendry county out -

,I of the mud" was one of his early a
battle-crys. He referred to the
need for paved roads down deep
in the southern part of the coun-
ty. Many did not at that time see
the need for this paving but before '

the work was completed
farms were operating throughoutthe i'MOBILE HOME
area, and the acute need for
N the roads was a reality. His proposal

that the county provide .

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