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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"Dedicated to the adianccmcnt Hendry County and Americas Sweetest Town"r! i

state representativeFrank CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY.. JANUARY 18, 1964 Return Postage Guaranteed See. 1431. PM. Subscription S4.00 :year VOLUME 37 NUMBER 3 ,I I 1 I

L. Pothill Clewiston dent of the Chamber of Com Bank officersare i
becomes the first Hen- u' I IYr merce.

dry county candidate of 1964 this In making his announcement, Two Clewiston womeni i
week, as he announces his can- Polhlll said: re-elected
didacy for tate representativemewed "Most of my life has been

to C. E. Miner, who last spent In service to people, and Stockholders and directors ol
announced Ms retirement this offer another
I week t opportunity the First Bank of Clewlston heldi
agricultural agent in another I
polhlll was capacity have the their annual meetings in the
for Hendry county for seven time, the energy, and the genuine bank ]'
I concern for the best interestof :

our whole county and its people Stockholders, meeting first,)
Dickinson plansannouncement to make Hendry county a elected the same directors *$t die in Monday wreck

r., good representative the previous year. They are C.|
today "It has been my privilege for V. Parkinson, Elbert L. Stewart M
several years to work with, and John S. Cottrell. Howard E!(
Senator Fred 0. "Bud" Dick- become very closely associatedwith Kurti and A. L Moorman, Jr.
inson of West Palm Beach has people from all sections of After the stockholders meetIng

scheduled a press conference 1 1years the county. This association has the directors met, re-elected The deaths of two well-known
today at 2:30 in the Holiday Inn been a wonderful experience for C. V. Parkinson, chairman o, Clewlston women in an auto accident
at Tallahassee for formal announcement me and has given me an opportunity the board; Elbert L. Stewart on U. S. 27 near Ridge-
of his candidacyfor to become close to the president; John S. Cottrell, vic /\ lawn Cemetery Monday afternoon

governor of Florida.! people, and thoroughly familiar president; A. L, Moorman, Jr. / \ 'v.\ .. stunned residents of this
Dickinson was a strong con- with the problems, and existing: vice president and cashier; an .: {. \ area. This was the first traffic

tender four years ago and has conditions in all these areas and Mona Holland, assistant cashlerf' < .. .. .. .i, .\ \ fatality in Hendry county In
since spent a great deal of time resigning recently to de an overall picture of he( county .. \ 1 :t..,. 1964.
making organizational plans for as a whole .: .../ Mrs Ida Christian Hoclts. 83,
vote his time to his farming ,' .:. .. \
this ;year's election.A operation. He had a few "Our county Is a great 11111cultur.l Voters' lists ..'"; \ .". was killed Instantly and Mrs.
years \
Friday night meeting with and have Green S6 received
county we ) Ruby Ingram,
previously bought home and ; '
friends and members of the a made great strides forward under .1,;.; < fatal injuries when the 1959
of land !
tract the
western outskirts .
on { .
press tt the Town House In West the leadership cf the past i } I Ford sedan Mrs. Ingram was
Palm Beach will officially open of Clewiston. The future offers an even greater being purgedJohn ftI! ?{ : driving was struck by a tray
his campaign In this area. PolhiU Is a native of Florida opportunity and challenge for ; )i\\ ; ; '. : ;:': '\ : tor-trailer. Airs. Ingram was
and a graduate of the 'University development and expansion, L. Hall, supervisor ,1 i' rushed to Hendry General Hospital
of Florida with a degree in ag- both in industry and in agricul registration, has mailed 11 j' ; ..ery and died shortly after ar
Tetanus is fatal toGervis'Hathcock riculture. He has been in the ture. "purge cards" this week to re ;' rival.

extension service of the state "I feel that by training, experience istered voters of Hendry onus ; i t The two women were reportedly -
university for 12 years. He Is a and dedication, that Iam who did not vote in any of ;r ; M driving east on the 4-lane
veteran of the U. S. Navy during qualified to give strong and three elections In 1962. divided highway, turned left at

World Wat II with 38 months effective leadership! to the The cards, sent In accordant r..1 r. .. the entrance to the cemetery
service, most of It in the Pacific growth and development which with law, notify the voter tha ." ",:,..t' 't'r and, without stopping! crossed
Miss Gervi Hathcock, 63, aboard the aircraft carrier, USS will surely come in the years unless he signs and returns th \ ." ,):' Into the west bound lanes in
died in the local hospital Satur- Philippine Sea, and the tanker, ahead."I card within 30 days from I It \ ..... :: ''r j ::1' 1ti4 'j front of a tractor-trailer, driving
day evening after a short. illness. -, USS Caloosahatchee. pledge to the people of this postmark his name will be r< \\.V.i. .:!?'... or I" 4t. west, according to Trooper David I
She was a victim: of tetanus He is a member of First Baptist county, that it elected to this moved from the list of qualifle .c ..: .r. t.., : Tomlinson, the investigating

resulting from a slight Church, Clewlston, and active Important office, I will hold it electors. Hall said each card 1elfaddressed I ) ., 4 officer.
wound In her foot received on in church affairs He is a as 'a sacred trust 1 will represent and can be ri / 1. ...... ..r, Andrew C. Cothorn, 40, of
Christmas Eve when she step member and pat president of the entire county, every turned postage free. All th. ""t 5 Montezuma Ga, driver of the

ped on a nail Rotary Club; has served as section and area-no matter how voter needs to do is sign it a04 ; ':' ii .. ,/ ...-. '; .. : trailer outfit, said he tried to

.._ president of 'the Hendry County small, fairly, honestly and impartially drop It in the mall within 3 ,1. avoid the car, but was unableto
T ;'" -.. Fair and Livestock Show, Inc., to the very best of my day*. J"'f.t. '-. do so. Trooper Tomlinson said

I \1 and as director and vice presi ability" The same system Is follow the vehicles collided in the center

\ : throughout the state In all cou .. of the north lane of the west
ties which have adopted th -- bound portion of the highway nand

\ 'J" Sabin oral permanent registration system THIS 13 TIlE CAR In which Mrs RbyInrrsm Mundsy afternoon near Rldgrlawn Cemetery the tractor trailer lack-
r vaccine knifed on impact. The car was
: Mr. Han thinks 1,100 voter
and Mrs Iva C. Hooks lost their live entrance. Staff Photo spun into the roadside canal
n are entirely too many to its;
and to rest right side
away from the polls on electloi,
day, and he hopes to recelvi, more than 80 feet from the pointof
most of the cards back by Low 25 reported in fieldsOe collision. The truck skidded

.1 y : to be given Sunday turn have mall made and resolutions that the not ra r Tomllnson an estimated estimated:50 feet the, he truck's said.

at 45-50: miles hour.
I miss voting In the 1964 election \ minimum ternperaturV S Sugar Corporation. Below and 28 were common In /fields speed per

'Type one of the Sabin Oral :Is Immunized against first crippling Voters who are dropped as a! cf,31. tot the 14 hour freezing temperatures were com- away from the lake. There wa Na charges have. been filed

I Vaccine will be-'given JrcsiJn polio jf type one resul of this "purge//* will nee Hendry County for the first time Last :year in a very successfulSsbtn to apply In pe"rsoh af Ihe'sflpe- seven to tight hours, he' "It wts'not a heavy frost. duo in Unuln, Assisting Trooper
tog Is bw for the current llnson Mike Lowman
In Sunday, January 19th. This lathe i Oral Sunday program, there visor's office' In the courthouse a said. part',at least to dry air, and were CpL ,
one type of vaccine which were two doses of vaccine given, .t LaBelle, to ask for reinstatement season. C 63- harvest) said O. because the minimum temperatures Florida Highway Patrol, Fort I I
was not given In this area last -th.t which protects against type he said. N Pltzen, meteorologist for U. During the same period the came In the early mornlr.gand Myers, Sheriff Earl DyesS, Deputy
maximum 45 which is Calvin Swindle, City Police
year. Everyone is urged to go to two and three polio This admin.Iitration was by daybreak had begun to
probably a record low for the Officers R. D. Sapplngton and S.
nearest Sabin Oral headquarters of type one will completethe dissipate."Chuck",
an that day and get their free protection of Sabin vaccineto Rebels quartet to appear Saturday maximum on January 11. (Six M. Price and Highway Patrol
days earlier 9 Auxiliary Lt. Ken Walker.
on January the ,
dose of this vaccine. those who took: the vaccines
maximum was 9(1)! Wells The Ingram car was demolished -
Miss Hathcock was a nativeof The vaccine is tasteless, odor- last ;year,
and the tractor trailer outfit -
Moultrie, Ga. and had lived less, and causes no unpleasantafter The former committee I I. being The cold spell began breakingup owned by Southern Frozen

in Clewlston for 30 ;years. She effects. The person taking reorganized to carry on the yesterday afternoon, and the agency expands"Chuck" Foods, of Montezuma, Ga., received
was an active. member of the necessary work of the Sabin Oral slow warm-up should continue, $3,000 damages, it was
Rebekah Lodge, and has served Many citizensget Sunday program.. Local. physicians at least through Friday, believes Well Motor Company estimated.
In varous offices. She was also and nurse and score of I Pltzen. Is In the process of adding
other volunteers assist In the I over 3,000 sq. feet of new
active in the work of the AmerIcan (
Legion Auxiliary and had chest x-rayt work and a concerted effort will Ice was prevalent on wind service department space, designed Sabin Oral Vaccine
be made to reach evxery personIn shields of auto me biles yesterday to give. better and faster
served its and
as president, The mobile X-Ray Unit of morning In the lake area, and
Hendry county on January 19. customer service. Stations
was member Veterans -
a also of the
the State Board of Health made snow flurries were reported as

of Foreign Wars Auxili chest X-ray of 1,444 citizens far south as Bradenlon and St. Shortage of steel beams has II
ary. She was an office employee January

visit to
in the week-long 39 r-r delayed the enclosure of a section
points from noon until 9 p.m.
of the United States .
which ended Monday
Sugar dry county Again Lake Okeechobee work- 28 feet by 120 feet in the
Corporation. The record is Clewlston HUh School Li.
afternoon. lpRl'It ed Its magic to put a brake on rear however arrival was
Surviving are her father considered an excellent one, not enough sk'ddlng': temperatures and lands scheduled for Tuesday and the brary.Hariem.
Hemp C. Hathcock, and three another unit was broughtinto
adjoining the lake were a degree construction will be completed Academy Gym i inaalum.
brothers Kle, Cart, and J. B., month ,
the county two ago or so higher than neighboring shortly. The new area will .
all Alberta'MDrreU In 39
of pumped
Clewlston. on a special schedule to help lands, and drop In temperatures house tight service stalls and a
Services held with the points in Frostproof Tuesday Calvary Baptist Church,
were Monday get complete coverage becoming greater with storage room.
night in a !losing cause, 68-56.
afternoon in the First Baptist X-rays. the distance from the lake. South Ctewlston."' I
Church with the Rev. L T. There was excellent responseIn The M point tied a record The desire of the General
Fagan and the Rev. Leon 'M. all parts of the county and for ClewUtoo. HI** School The low of the Evergladesarea : Motors to provide prompt and Hendry County Health
Gambrel officiating. the Hendry County Health Department set three ;year So by Ronnie was 25, reported from the quality service Is being adhered Center LaBelle.

Interment was In Rldgelawn which arranged the Robin. MorreU's average recording thermometers at South to closely by Wells and Daniel School LaBclle.
Cemetery. Pattlson Funeral visit la pleased with the record for the year I* 24 Florida Sugar Growers, south of an additional mechanic will be WWIa Grocery, Felda.
Home was In charge. made. ..... South Bay. Readings of 26, 27, added to his present staff.

Worrell was held to two points --, -t --
In the first quarter as Frost
proof lead 11-5. 26+21, 49-33 In eI .
the quarters. The 19-polnt blitz
by Worrell in the final period Aa aU night slog will be held Saturday night at Sagarland

fell short as 'the Tigers made Auditorium ruder the auspice el Sucarland Chapter. Order of
the "come-from-behlnd" bid for Eastern Star The Rebel are rated tops among the.. Gospel

victory. Slating froaps In America.

: ,.. Morrell's hot evening usually

..--- _' .. I within enough Itself points, however to win a Frost-game Rebels Quartet to be featuredin a vii

proofs Sebostion, Hendersonand
Simmons accounted for 13 '
points each to offset Al's effort all-night sing SaturdayOne

*. Bill. Canteen. was second -
high for we Tigers WIlD 9,. of America's most outstanding Parrlsn, first tenor, and Mathews -
< 'j Mandy Morrell 4 and Jimmy Gospel Singing quartets are the only two original

Bible and Donnie Yoder chipped the Rebels of Tampa, will quartet members remaining. r yb

,..,' in 2 apiece. be featured in an "allnight"sing Mathews Is a native of Lake-
'. { at Sugarland Auditorium, land, while Parrlsh Is a nativeof

(.. .. children Clewlston, this Saturday night.. Tampa. I
'-J Teach your Organized 15 years ago a* a
London Parris, a native of
'i'i. : traffic safety spare-time Gospel Singing group Asheville, )I. C., possesses one
/ .;! for Tampa radio stations and in of the finest bass voices In the THESE MICROWAVE TOWER ELEMENTSwill calls from Miami to New York. Installation I*

... \ the area schools and churches, nation; Jerry Berry of St. Louis, soon stand some IS* feet above ground betas mad by American Telephone and Telegraph
; ? the Rebels have come to be one Mo., sings fend and I iI a veteran near the InleneeUo of US nand SR II sad with an early summer completion date j I
\ of the most popular Gospel singing
It which is of many, years' Gospel singing. wW beam a peak capacity of 40,001 &telephone scheduled.-STAFF PHOTO.
in America
"" groups
_. r '.; '\ Jimmy Taylor accompanies on
'. .. .. .# .' .,. attested their to personal by the great demandfor the piano and dod all of the arranging Miami New York micro-wave installation
appearances. to nearby .
\ -.} for the group. A native
; FORa'' They are veteran of extensive
of Georgia, Taylor Is a composer
: ": .'> .'((;/ l.. network television and radio, of not and also sings The American Telephone and one unit each sending; and receiving manufactured by the Goodyear
; \ ; .. and their recordings are consistent
I 1 from the north and Aerospace
.. .\1.ti.i.'ii.J'' .. >.J sellers. regularly with the quartet. Telegraph Co. has begun .construction company for Western
..!- ; .+.. .. top of a microwave\ network south, with a "bomb proof' Electric and are made In Akron,
. .. -featured on the program is
: .. ;., Though they travel some 100, Ohio. Each
.4 : between Miami and New boosting station being built at unit weighs approximately
the Smith of
; ; family Fort Myers
(; ..< 000 miles a year, they pride York which will place tower the base of the tower. one ton, and cost nearly
who also well known in the
.i. / \ I themselves as being typical on each aide of Moore Haven. W,000 each.
family -men and are active In south for their singing. The largest portion of the system The tower win be known as the

their respective civic and church The program will begin at The tower at Earl Hendrys has been completed In the Moore Haven tower, with additional
organization Their popularityIs 1:00: p.m. and last until? Donations corner will stand ISO feet tall northern states and Into north tower being built each i
TURNING CARS contributed not only to the are $1.SO for adults, tl.00 and will hold units capable of Florida A July or August completion way approximately every 23

LITTLE MANDY MORRELL. Ne 10. watches with open high quality of singing, but to for students, with tickets being handling 40,000 Incoming and date Is anticipated, according mile. The Palmdal tower will
Sleuth ? Ug shirt Jump shot heads| for ttt j.rtrt. As wide*. of ClewistonPolice their friendliness during .personal sold by local Eastern Star members 40,000 outgoing call at the same to C O. Williams, company stand 237H feet ss win the
tined Avis p.rk player appear to be ready t* "take eff' Iaas City appearance the Sheriffs Office In time In addition to 15 TV chan representative who was on towers to the south in the Everglades
effort U black the ball Superman John Mathews, baritone, 1 11 LaBelle and Ford's Shell Service nels. The four mounted units the site! last week. The large Sebrlng' will be 1ST
style.STAFF fHOTO. Department inanager .of the .group; Horace In Clewlston. will be connected In pairs with aluminum "reflectors" are feet high, Williams nfd.Poihill .

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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS dewiston, Fla. bought if we had bought these things ourselves. Becausehe era all tournament play.

Thursday, January 16, 1964 doesn't work for a living, money doesn't mean too much City golf tourney SClIEDUtE' OF MAJOR

to him and he tends to buy the first thing he sees and TOURNAMENTS FOR 1964

Joesn't shop around like I would do if 1 were purchasing
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished SaturdayWarren Championship (Men and
items. He is also quite generous to the poor and needy, opens city Women)

every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewlston, but often gives to those he doesn't know who feed. him aloft Howell tournament Anyone )living In' Clewlston

Florida, by The Clewiston Newa, Inc., a Florida Corporation. line. chairman for the Gewlston may play provided they are
Entered as Second das Matter February 1, 1927, at the "I just received a bill for his last spending spree and it Country Club has announced that members or pay green fees

Post Office in Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of gives me a sick hopeless feeling. I keep thinking how better plant are complete for the 38- Play will be from scratch for M M
March 3, 1879. off I would be if I could Just spend that money for the hole medal play for the City 36-hole medal play.
things 1 want and could give to the people and charities Championship with qualifying Registration Is at pro-shop and

ORtb ATIONAL EDITORIAL I think are needy. Honestly, he does so much of my spending round scheduled to begin Saturday entry fee of $2.30 must be paidat

,0 IA I C8TI3N that I tend not to give money to charity anymore. January 18. All entries time of registration.

A "He won't listen to me, but he will listen to you because must be received at the club Registration dead-line date:
Bujirni jt 111 ni the entry lee is $2.50. Thursday, January 16.
he respects you. Please use your influence_t tchcutthe today,
acmtltyl dead-line date Saturday
The tournament committee Qualifying :
t7 BERYL BOWDEN, PublisherS. spending habits of my Uncle Sam."Sincerely. .
IS and
0 hat announced rules governing January Sunday.
% reel S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor play for the 1964 tournament January 19. Qualifying round of
"Jack: A. Wilson"Winchester schedule which Includes 18 holes will be played on eitherof
1TJO Subscription Rates ____ 84.00 per year :
Massachusetts. above dates. for
HandicapsNo Pairings
(Return Postage Guaranteed)
Telephone: Business and Editorial YUkon 3-1201 player may participate ina qualifying rounds will be postedon j jTII1S
Advertising Rates on application. The management reserves try.. The recovery of four bills handicap tournament unless he bulletin board from list of .
advertisement! would put a smile on most any has a true handicap of 22 or lets entrants.
the right to reject any objections
THE) NEWS *Mum i no rMponilbllltjr for the return of un- :fil Sonny Sez one's face. for men, and handicap of 50 or Tournament Play will be Saturday UNUSAL SET OF DEER HORNS came from a "stetr
% .ollclted m..nullOrlpto or photorlpho : -as- less for women these handicapsto Jan. 25 and Sunday Jan. deer" killed by Tony TeaSe and Jerry Seth. recently In the
_.ra"hl:1l1Jer: NEWS'. or w.umes> no financial In advtrtlmment I r. pon lblllty but If for notified typommlMloin The earth shattering news 'of be established by the Hand! 26; to be. played one 18-hole Everglades.. The horns look more like an extension of the

of iuoh rrori before the next luu of the paper will reprint correctly .. Well air the ice has been what the fags are doing to the cap Committee. round each day. vertebrae than natural horns aad are covered with a substance
the that event part a time of th.clement idv.rtlKin.nt would render In which the the correction error occurred.In "alue.J. broken and the first candidate human race has stirred speculation Tournament Play- Pairings will be posted In similar to bide and balr.-STAFF PHOTO.

...., the Newt will reduce the price of the advertisement by an is out the gate for 1964 general 'that some people! walkIng Scheduling and reschedulingof flights based on qualifying
amount equal to the percentage of the total space a* the erron- election. around now are dead anddon't all tournaments will come round scores.Prizes Freak deer unusual cross-breed to the per
soul or omitted copy represented.Sabin under the Jurisdiction of the
know of
it. and trophies will be slUlity an accident in the.nlmal'
Frank Polhlll who hat previously
-- ----- ---- Tournament Committee. In the .
is litti.I early life
claim which
on awarded to flight champ1c.ns.Plaques caused
shown interest in seeking lolled in
event of Inclement weather, the
the credit aide of--the ledger, will be furnished by the deformity
Hendry County's seat In thj
Oral Sunday /- '\' la bufnotimoklng it ,one-of them. Tournament Committee will determine the Club as a permanent fixtureto
house of Jtepreaentatlves, antoounclng
whether not to
In all probability I'll'ale from or proceed EvergladesA
remain in Club House. Championshlp -
Us 'intentions 'Ilse.!
: band slated for
lung '..,hiI. with play.
'cancer 't rDe 'of the' flight winner's name
where in 'this .Issue of seekingthe
Stamp outpolioEveryone office. two -carton cancer,'.Uck 'smak- Boles. will be affixed to the plaques. freak' deer was killed recently February
ers live on. 'At any 'rate it-J I is. a PGA and local rules will gov Men's Calcutta ; by Tony Toulls and Jerry concertThe
in Hendry county should take the Sabin Oral Frank .is 'well known'-in Hen- good' ''conversation 'piece Betts while hunting the Everglades
Vaccine against polio on Sunday. The dose to be given Is dry'County, serving for a number -es.Understand ... Bar-B-Q and team sale will be sawgrasa south of Clew appearance of the famous .

the vaccine against the type one 'polio and has -not been of years as ,county agent : tIurt'the'' 'Oewfaton'MlIJstnial Injured when the boat listed held on Saturday February 29 iston. University of Miami Symphonic .
.and was instrumental:in ''estab and sank.J. at the Country Club. Play will be Band in Clewlston on
given; previously in Hendry county. Type ''on&1I .the moet Association The leer: weigned' an estimated
-lias 'decided
on Sunday, March 1. Usual Calcutta February 3 is under the
fishing a'solid ,"H -program tin E. Beardsley ln f'J. M. auspices
prevalent type of crippling polio, so the Sabin Oral Sunday LaBelle and Oewisfon.PoIh1Jl' to hold 'sunrise-vervlces Couse were named co-receivers practices and rules will 175 pounds, with an extremely of the Clewiston Band Association
program Is more important than any previous program. 'behind the eowbarn'ln'!tfront ofa for Clewiston District- prevail. long neck and head and all proceeds from
has been almost licked by scientists, -.announcement comes trailer-park this'Eutar.: Now Drainage which was approximately one-
Crippling polio shortly sifter the announcement and Dlston Island Drainage Club CluImplca hip (Hen and. the band concert will go to the
but only the people themselves can make their victoryover how much' 'inspiration tuiyougenerate District Women)- third longer than the average. band fund.
'of Charlie :miner's retirement
1o get out of bed The animal was without sexual
effective. Polio will still cripple unless early Registration dead-line will be
this The First Bank of Ctewlston'lstatement
from public'life after 1101I\1 12 The band It on tour to
for each +environment. organs, contained a unique set promote
Thursday. March 5 with
the vaccines are taken.,_ years, In ''last week's 'Clewlston: at the end of Decem- entry the University of Miami
Do doubt it would be the easiest of horns which were extremely
three of colorless tasteless liquid in a tiny ber 1933 published. It tee of $5.00.Tournament.
The drops New place to hold such services, was rough and had the appearanceof and they will present their Sunday
cup of water gives a person immunization against crippling Few If .any, have done .11' but why.not try the'lakeside of showed assets of tlT2.101.IW. with March I. will begin. on a vertebrae;except they were afternoon-concert in the

polio of type one, and will also forever prevent that person much for county residents mug the levee'ce'e theop< of the deposits of 1130.052.78, and loans Play will be 18-hole rounds covered with a hide-like. substance high school gym.
from becoming a carrier of the cliB<<:me. This .is 'the great ,has Charlie ''during his 'maD)' levee ,next to'the'!Hoorer..m- and discounts of 814,544.75. with handicaps, and must be with hair. The band will be guest of the

advantage of the Sabin vaccine ever the -vaccine',developed ,years on the bounty commission 'orlal. True "it ,'-Aid 'require TWENTY TEARS AGO completed on or before April 1. Hunters are unable to recall Clewiston Band''Association for
by Dr. Jonas Salk. and school ,boerd.."When 'something 'more- 'work,'but thrtettmrwouldbe (from Clewlston News Individual matches must be ever having seen a similar animal lunch prior to the concert at
needed to be don.It''.... > much more stimulating'than and theories from an 'an outdoor bar-b-que.
Last year Sabin Oral vaccine of types two and three Jan 14, 1944)) completed on or before date range
C always "'let's 'go see 'Charlie." 'the' above 'feel more'that Sufficient .
were given; in Hendry county .in mass immunizations to His fancy double 'talk and 'help OMB ''-obtained In Glen Etherton was Installed specclfied on tournament ached- -

which we were very responsive. 'Residents should not fall ''unique sense of humor-provided making ''the'necessary-arrangements president of Xlwanls club by ule.To AFRICAN DRUMS
to take the final, and most important 'dose ,of the -vaccine reams of copy for the daily 'M nbur civic thibs, if Lt. Governor James F. Mack. eliminate possible confusion I "
Sunday. newspaper while serving in'the they 'were 'asked. C. E. Miner was vice president card matching will not be. beat a menage of pagan worship .

Stop at. the S 0 S station 'most convenient ''any time 'capltol,tthough there was'"gen There are"several mew'minis Major C. E. Tootle, after two permitted.by Matches participants.will be _arranged to many godt. Yet even 'In 31
during the afternoon. Take the 'family'with-you-and" be erally" some method In his mad- ters in Clewlston 'whowin hats ;years In the Panama area, was
Prizes will be awarded
to two
nesa and he contributed a great ticipate ''in the '.lUIUal..rvlc. home on leave and visited his America many people worshipgods
sure is immunized. .It takes only''memento and semi-finalists finalist and
deal to the 4-lane construction for 'the first time ind it seems slater Mrs. Noel Chandler and, ; one ; of and selfcenleredneis. W
it life health. to money, petition
or champion.
may save your your 'of "corkscrew boulevard1 For a shame to 'Invite them 'to the family
Charlie it la finis to a colorful livestock grounds for their introduction. Abner H. Vann Walker Nail. Plaques will be furnished by .

He .wrote hu career and for Frank it Is the Jud Varnadoe and Egress Suggs the Club as permanent fixtureto
congressmanThe beginning of a life as a pout -as- were Inducted into military service remain in Club House with "Whosoever shall. confess that Jesus b ffi* Son of Cod, God

following letter received by Representative F. Brad cian and his start no doubt will The Glades Restaurant, where at Camp Blandin,. championship affixed. flight winner'sname dwtlUlh' In him, and he In God." I John 4.15
ford Morse (R.-Mass.) speaks eloquently for itself: stir into flames the ambitions of more money is won and lost Recelvlnletter. at the Tigers Trophies will be awarded to
others who are considering officein over I of coffee, was the football banquet were: Richard
"Dear Congressman Morse: cup the champion and runner-up. Community Presbyterian Church
Bruce Milton
the May primaries. site of a steer deer conversation Pape, Beardsley
"I hate to tell you my troubles, but. I have tried everything -asHilburn recently, and while the fact remains Poole, Junior and Jack Martinet, Mixed Calcutta (Twe Men-One 407 Royal Palm Avenue
else I know. I feel that only you can help me now. Murphy was probably that the animal was unusual Sherwood Hall Melvin Torbert Woman)- HENRY HORRELL FORD Minister
"I 1 have a dependent relative staying with me who has the happiest hunter to ever In every aspect the Ben Boltan Horace Brown Mar. Uusual Calcutta rules will 9:45: A.M. Bible School 8:00: P.M. Youth Fellowship

very little fiscal responsibility. He is very good natured come out of the woods last week fact that Tony bit the animal tn: Waldron Dean Holland, Eric prevail, and tournament will be SERMON SUBJECT '

and means well, but he keeps buying presents for my wife without even firing a shot after six fruitless shots was the Thomas, Frank Conking Jack played on April S, with Bar-B-Q: "Why Are You Here?"
and me, and our two children. He charges these presents It seems he lost his billfold most outstanding ,accomplish Redish and Curtis Pullen. and team sale on April 4. More
I the previous weekend with a LaBelle farmers were signing The Lord's Supper "
ment. about this later
\to my account When he sees something that he thinks we ; '
large sum of money In it. He -ss- contracts for planting cane, "
need he buys it for us. had made numerous trips back hoping for establishment of a T4u 0
Al Fuller hastenedto
"Many of these things are not needed by us and in to the general area but had been his"Howdy"truck Sunday evening fr sugar mill in their area. -
very few cases'' are they exactly what we would have unsuccessful until "one more
a quick trip home and fell into TEN YEARS AGO

the hands of pranksters.A (From Clewiston News Clewiston Church Directory
car bomb had been placed; Jan. 14, 1954))
on hit vehicle and at the Instant fI
Got he turned. on the switch there The Qewiston Library reporttC .
( car headaches ? ) was the darndest whistling and that the use of the library CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST COMMUNITY MESBYTEHUN

bang you can imagine. There had tripled during the ;year and Hooker Point APOSTOLIC FAITH 407 Keyal Palm Avenne
sat Al enjoying it all, in the 4,047 books were loaned. Mrs.J. Paul Strickland, Pastor Sooth! Clewbtoa Henry; H. Ford. Minister
1 midst of a cab full of smoke M. Mlnlch was elected president 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Bro. Luther! Dixon Pastor 9:45: .m.-Sundar School
; 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 10:00: .m.-Sunday School
of the ij:0o Worship I
Library board. : aJn.-Mbming
and nothing but his! grin showHistory 11:00
; P.S.No.l.OnlyRambler! Wednesday; : a.m.-Preaching
11:00: .m.NUrsery in the Par-
all:! these Raymond Williamson 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Tuesday:
lives Ise Hausa
61 t you charged with the robbery of the .
; Saturday: : r"yer Meeting _
fl:0 Westminster Fellow
0 \y I .: : I.travalulleatures ; First Bank of Clewlston the prevVous 7:00 p.m.-Youth Meeting Friday: : P-m .hip

., &rp, olld u..ct April, had been broughtto 7:30: p.m.-Y o un g People' Wednesday: .
aA1 Veil l CeoftlruclUn It's Now Tampa for trial COMMUNITY PENTECOSTAL Meeting 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice
tt t" z" / Uwp-DIp ru I lpr :
$: MB to the rmfUne left on their second world tour. Booth Clewtstoa FIRST METHODIST CROTCH'
VOeubli.'Safelrllrakea THIRTY TEARS AGO Sailing from California across Rev. J. R. Taylor Pastor 331 W. Oseeela Avenue ST. HAaGAarrs CHURCH
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School Rev. David
Clewlston News Denslow, Pastor
Own I lIS guzzler? Bowled over by car costs? Ceramic. (From the Pacific to the Orient. India 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship ICS Rev; Larkin Connolly
Jan. 12 1934) : a.m.-Church School
and and Into and .
a Armored eiliauHt aye.S ) Egypt Europe 7:45
: Evangelistic MSunday Mar
S A thirsty! car is an ex- Get i instant >with:" a Rambler Icm / Cudepringoa'af The board of public instruction home across the Atlantic p.m. Service 11:00: a.m.-Mnlng Service 7:00:: pm.-sunday Mau

1 pensive' headache. DutlOving. start with the lowtmt- 0C fed- side adopted resolutions to close the First Bank of Clewlston report Wednesday: 1:00 p.m.-Metbodllt Youth l'e1Too,: a.m.-Da 7 Weekday Mass
a Rambler American is priced US, .-built cut.'Enjoy high windows all modeln' Hendry county schools at the showed assets of $2.924- 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: lowshlp 7:00: a.m.-I'Ir.t Friday Mass
famed for awardwintrodeinvaluemenyRanthlerez.; Reor.ia end of six months term due to P.m.-EveDinl Service:
: Travel T9T.J7. Friday: Wednesday: 8:00: p.m.-F I r a t Wednesdl
ning fuel economy. tra value at no extra cost. Rack Olt S of I wagon' shortage tax collection The Linda Lee was Installed as 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service 7:15: p.m.-Cbolr Practice each month, Cst>>
t board had Bought federal aid to worthy advisor of Rainbow girls. Jio Ldles' Altar So-
continue to an eight months Mrs. Roland WhItlock, the for. NORTHSTDE MISSIONARY ST. MARTIN CHURCH' dety
... term. mer Bobble Jean Crouch was BAPTIST CHURCH (ExhMn.it. Saturday
P.S.No.2. Rambler 304 N. Fraactae street SIT KTaelfle 9:3: m.-KeUglous Instruct:
South Florida Conservancy honored with a shower at the _
Racked by rust? means top quality at district had obtained a $300,000 home of Mrs. George Coleman. Bro. Chester Johnson The Rev. Clark H. Domes Vicar

i Get the loftl' J to America's lowest prices' loan from Reconstruction Finance The St Lucie Lock war closed Interim Pastor Sunday Services: CHURCH or CHRIST
9:45: a.m.-Sunday School. 7:30: a.m.-Jar: Eucharist
I leering beauty Rambler American corporation. after discharging water to hold 11:00 8N Oemt1 Ceatral A..ue
11:00 :
that you pay offera y ou the lowest- The big cabin boat housing the lake level down. 6:30: : p.m.-BTc.a.m.-Morning worship. 5.m.-Famlly Church School Service and Earl Arnold. Minister
fort Rambler II priced model built dredge workers of the McWilliams CoL H. Schull district eDo Saints and
7SO Holy Days as an- Sunday:
the only'car Dots buujnttliT in the U.S.A.' Company on lake dike gioeer, said the inflow Into the Wednesday: p.m.-Evening worship. bounced 10:00: a.m.-Bible School
with Deep-Dip your construction suddenly listed and lake was such that the Catoosahatchee : Confessions by appointment 11:00: a.m.-Worship
,; :of Rambler'a Advanced sank Into 10 feet of water In the river could discharge all 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service. -..i. 7:00: p.m.-Worship

body deer up Unit Construction rim canal. It was raised and of It and discharge through the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHIM HtBATEK BAPTIST' CHOTCH Wednesday; _
w the roof hat no body bolta to towed to a new location in only St. Lucie lock: was no longer J:. Veatara Aveaoe 'Highway m 7:30: p.m.-Mid-week devotion. j j
loosen and rattleltbapnl.a. two feet of water No one was necessary Rev. Leon M. CambreU. Rev. Vie Turner Pastor and 81bte'study
':45 i
a.m.-Sunday School _

Led ec aeaavert' sap.Md rcNA pm. fer I......-,rfwe..dfa, $:43_:_ a.m.Interim-Sunday_ Pastor School 'JlSSttMKS:: CHOTCH OF GOD

11:00: a.m.-Morning Service '
8:00: p.m.-Evening: Worship "* *. Paclfle Arena

: Get instant relief-get Rambler orV-8 Wednesday 7:00 6:00:: pm.p.m.--: Evening Training Service Union Wednesday 1:00: p.m.-Pram: ,Meeting 11:00 20:00:: Rev.m.-Sunday, Joe Coleman School

: un.-Morning Service
i I 7:00: p.m.-Officers ers Meeting and Teach CLEWISTON GOD ASSEMBLY OF Wednesday 7:30: P-m--: Evening Worship

8:00: p.m.Midweek PrayerService 7:30
115 South Francisco: : Prayer Service>

RESTAURANTWe 8:45: p.m.-Choir-Practice SundlY James F. Klmbrel. PastorTtf: P.iD.-TDtlIIC dealer People's B-

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 ant _

Treasure our Local Business I Rev. Boath Herb Hlgdon.Clewlstesj Pastor Chadren's'churcn.! 11 11 aan a.m. nUT cna- mAN CHOCS

Please in forFRESHEST 9:45: a jn.-Sunday School Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p.m. B. J. Goodrich Minister
come 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service Wednesday North Sugarland AudJtor1um0IrJst'
7:00: p.m.-B apt J. t Training I0:0
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8:00: p-m.-Brotherhood Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30:
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day at the Terry Park Arena in I.I tht boy. Clewlston Fla. THE CLEWISTON!: NEWS Pae Three
fJIlJLw Fort Myers. A parade will be The course 1 I. around the block Thursday, January 18, 1964
pOMJ held from downtown Fort Mycn bounded by Osceola, Atlantic _r
at 11 o'clock Saturday morn'n- and R>" .II'l Palm Avenues, the
Rodeo events start at 2 o'clock). Youth C n' r parking lot serving called 16 against Corbln Hlfb Score Scratch
each afternoon. as a i I'It area. and eight against Glades Gai. Series Game
W. E. Woodruff, president, Ronnie Robison wa* high for Frances Carlin .,.... 499 207
Tigers win pair of squeakersin has named Harold McLecd >and The race are named after Corbln with 23, Ernie Hill Mary Evan ....... 458 168
Roland Skipper co-t tialrm';n. the number of laps required to scored 18 for Glades Ga. Bonnie Brasher '....... 442 __
Event will Include bareback 4"u finish the race with the distance Tonight' game pit Parkin. Jenny Hendry......... -.. 163
weekend basketball activity bronc riding, saddle bronc tiding being approximately 8 mile for son' v*. Glade Gas in the High Handicap Score
the girl and 12 mites for the
calf roping, bull riding an. ", opener and Carbln'i vs. WOWYin Series Game
bull tIJ:., f boys. The rider may change as
dogging. the nightcap.
Bonnie Brasher .._.. 601 _.
Defeat Red. Tigers nudge Cowgirl will compete In a often as they like, but mutt Monday night Thrifty play Bobbi Swindle ........ 577 214
cloverleaf race each day, and come into the pit area to change Glades Gsa and WOWV play Mary Evan. ........... 355 -._.
Devils 48-43 Rams in rally the winner of this event will be rdcri.: Parkinson' Francis Carlin ...... ._. 223
Trophies will be given to theflr.t
crowned queen on Sunday. The STATISTICS Jenny Hendry .. ....... --. 208
The Clewlston Tiger Increased B;ne'. Golden Ram carried a youngster will enter a calf place winners and plaque LEAGUE STANDINGS
win record lead to the second place teams.Men's WLPtsOpGlade. LAKE LEAGUE BOWLING
their basketball 12-polnt Into the fourth scramble each day also.
M two last weekend with a conference quarter Saturday night In Belle The Lee County Sheriff Poa- Gas 2 0 97 89 1. U. S. Sugar (Clewlston) ..., 39
f victory over Avon Park Glade, only to "freeze" and set'. Drill Team will exhibit Corbin's Supply 2 1 135 129 2. Frostie .........--.._,-M
43 3 on Friday night here and score only one field goal after their dazzling precision perform. leaguehas Radio WOWY .1 1 102 76 3. WOWY ..._...._,..__ 34
,i nonconference win over Belle that and lose a 63-65 decision ance each day. Parkinson' ..... 1 1 79 81 U. S. Sugar Bryant) ..____. 34
Glade there Saturday night to dewiston. Thrifty Drugs ,,. 0 3 104 142
Tiger ace AI Morrell pumped Alberto Marrell, who had been thrillers High Team Set
U S. Sugar (dewiston) 2.535
in 25 Friday night a* the Clewls contained the first three period Lion sponsored ?
ton team built up a substantial to 15 points, collected 12 in the Bowling News IDfh Team Game

lead and stood off a Red Devil final' splurge BIll Carrlthers Thursday nightOne WOWY .. ........._- .- 882
rally In the final quarter which had an excellent night both on circus features Ladies of lakeOld
law the visitors outscore 1811. the boards with rebounds and in STARTING LINEUP FOR TIGER JAYVEES Include, front of the largest crowds of High ImHrkhul Set

Avon Park 43) G F. 'IBatea scoring 21 points' row left to right Danny Kreldler, Bobby Redlah and Steve spectator thus far witnessed South .._.-..-... 43V4 28H Sidney Smith ..-_ ..-.,,,.... 831IIii'll
._.........-. 0 1 1 Tony Latour and Jimmy John Bent second row. Jimmy Carithen and Jerry Weiver. Coached two "thrillers". Thursday night Sport Shop ......__ 40 32
Sullivan _'-- ._._.. 4 3 11 ion accounted for 20 and 19 dainty PerquitaFrom .by Ernie Hill center the team ha* compiled a 3-0 win as Parkinson' came from be- U. S. Sugar Corp. .?. 39% 32% Individual_GameCurtis 234
Coleman _.- 5 13 points respectively. record for,the season thai far.-STAFF PHOTO. hind in the last half-minute to 'Wllsoa Lumber _. 38 34 Thompson
Oblrle _.. .......... O 2 2 dewiston across the border come win over Thrlty Drug 38-37. In Baldree' ...--.. 38 36 Men Over 500
__ 4 1 I now a 8-3 over- dainty Perquita, to help the Canebrake ..._. 31% 40U
L. Strickler all record tor the and hotshots the second game powerful Jim Brandon ._. --_ sot
W. Strickler _' J 3 7 3-2 Ridge Conference season record.a good neighbor policy in her Jayvee breezing along Glade Gas overcame a brief Parkinson's ...._ 31% 40% Roy Martin ..__ 509
The "B" Tiger defeated death, defying aerial display. lead by Corbln in the last Hare Lumber .._..... 30 42 Sidney Smith .._ (31
Totals ._. 1. 15. 43Clewbtco 57-39 In the preliminary She's a great aerial gymnast with record couple mln'.es to win 4844. High Scratch Soore Wilbur Mlncey .._....._ 526
and muscle grind artist. perfect, ; 3-0 Huebner with 18 wa* highpoint Series GameD. Hank Andrei .,..,,..,.,., 549
G F. T...
((4S Clewbtea0 F T Both youthful and beautiful I I. man for Parkinson' in the Belcher __... .- 448 188 Curtis Thompson 560
A. Morrell 10 525Carithers A. Morrell ....._,._ 12 S n The Junior high! basketball vees have downed Pabokee, 39- opening game, but the highlight W. Plank ..,.. M..._. 445 162 Gardy Water 507
_....... 4 4 12 Farrar ..........._. 2 0 4 Perquita Hoxie, appearing Bros. with the! team of Qewlston raced to their 24; end South Bay 37-32 to give wa Mayor Tom Jones' hook L. Most -.. 424'. 179 Jimmy Thompson -_. 502
Bible .___. 2 0 4 Baldree -. .,.._.0 0 0 great it exhibits in Clewiston Circus, when Jan. third victory last week as they them an unblemished record. shot early in the game that Hlch Handicap Score John Pelham _.. :539
Baldree ._...1 0 2M Yoder ... .. ...,....0 0 0 23 the Lions on downed Canal Point here, 33-16 Their play this season has amazed not only the fans but Series Game Clarence Throop US
sponsored by Club
Morrell __ 0 S S Carrithers ._____ 9 S 21Bible on the strong arm of' Danny been sparked by the impressive Jones himself.In T. Richardson ___ 56S 225
Busick __.._... 0 0 0 _,......3 11 at the Fairground Kreldler. play of Kreldler, Bobby Redlsh the nightcap Corbln trailed L. Vaughn ._ S60L. Mea Over ZOO
Yodel ___......._. 0 0 0) Bowden ,.....". ...... 0 0 0 Despite her youth and air Coached by Ernie Hill, the Jay. and Jimmy Carlther. throughout the game, until: MOil _.. ._..._ Z15N. J. B. Jones ,._, 200
.._...._.0 0 0 .
Bowden _. ._ Don Barstow __ Z03
M. Morren -.1 S 5 of school girl nalvetto, Perquita about 2 minutes to go in the Johnson Z08
.___ 206
Box Score Bill Sage
Totals ,..... -.. It H *8 presents a thrilling novelty that Bike second half when they pulled Sidney Smith .......... ..211. Z'23
Total Z8 12 68 has Its tour dlt force, a combination
''' ''' ClewI.tooPahokee racesSaturday ahead one point Glades rallied
Avon Park I 13 3 1S-43 Curtis Thompson _,._ 2M
of agility and superb en- Weaver .. S Barwick I and lead 43-43 with approximately HAPPY XH
Clewlston 16 11 10 11-48 Retie Glad.G F T Wtlber Mlncey ._ Z05
-> Buckner ....._ ..__..,.. 5 0 10 durance. Her strength la, of Blount ....._ 2 Bachler 0 40 seconds to go which they BOWLING LEAGUE John Pelham .__ 2CK
In the preliminary game, the- Davis _.... ..0 0 0 course phenomenal but her artistry Kreidler .__. 13 Moss ._ 10 : extended on foul shots a* Cor- Potash. Badgett ....._. 38 26
baby Devils breezed to an easy Thompson .?....._..-..... I 0 4 embodying grace and Redish ....._. 10 Mal1'lll 2 bins pressed for the ball. Glades Restaurant-- 30
4&-34 victory over the Tiger "B" Fuller .... ..._.....0 0 0 beauty raise her far above theSCHalled Ben ...... S Miners 0 The Clewiston Recreation Department The game was aggressivethroughout A4W"RootBeer '-_... 31 33 :
: standard aerial dis .._.2 ._ 0 with 24 fouls being Dan' Dragline ... ... 25 39
Carlthen Tyson
squad. Jones ....._._. 0 0 0 Is 1 sponsoring a "little -
In addition to Double
Bobby Jones was high scorer Johnson -... ....__... I 1 II play. of the other features Perquita will Brown 0 Bacerra ... 10, 25" bicycle race for the girls "A"Roofing
for the game with 15, followed Wilkinson ._.,::...._.. S 2 12 be some the world famous Evi Kroley, Miller ... 0 and a "little 50" bike'race for MENS CITY-LEAGUE BASKETBALL- I
closely by Butler of Avon Park Mann ......_ 0 0 0Latour horsewoman wild and Mill .... 2Clewlaton the boy Saturday morning according Individual Scorln- Team G Fa ITTP AV
Scoring far Clewlston were: .- ... .....__ T I ZOKru" domestic animal supreme acts, Hoxle. IosIIa Bay to Eugene Fuller, recreational Robison, Ronnie .._____..... Garb 3 33 1 11 25.6
Burnett __ ....... ._.1 0 2 .. ...__._. Bros., herd of performing Weaver .... 2 Ballard...13 director. HID, Ernie ',0' .._....,.,.. Glad ? 2 ZO 5 C5 22.5Huebner. Licensed
...,.3 9 15
Jones -_ elephants, Liberty and high- Carl then ,. 18 Brandon ._. 2 ParticIpants must be enrolledin Raymond' __.._... Park .,. 2 12 13 37 11.5
Beardsley __... 3 0 IColiey Total ___. .28 9 65 schooled horse, Miss Geb- Blount ._.. 0 Harrell --12 Clewlston High School and Bundy Joe .,....._._ Glad ... 2 13 4 30 15.0 Bondedfree
-.._....._ 1 0 2 : and aerial ballet of ._ 15 Uender.on 2 represent a bonified Youth Clubor Hall Buren ...._,.-.....,....,., WOWY 2 11 S Z7 13.5
her Redish
__..:;;. 1 2 4"Redish urak,
Barton Clewiston10 10 16 20 22-68 beautiful girl. Ben -- __.. 4 Leathlean_ 1 organization. Teams will consist Carruthers Woody __ WOWY 2 10 4 Z4 12.0 Estimate on AH Type.

__... 0 0 1.1 4Aron Belle Glade .. It 21 23 7-'S Miller .......... 0 Teele.Clewistoa .... ..- I of a maximum of four rider Hall Danny ...,.,...,.,._. Thri _. 3 13 7 33 11.0 Rooting and Painting
McConville 2 Group after group and single through each organization may Waldron, Bruce _.___ Thri _. 3 13 2 28 '.3 Phono YU 3-1131
Park- features too, closely following Caaal Petal enter two teams. Race time is Gladdens. Bob _....___.._ WOWY 2 8 1 17 1.5 CLEWISTON, FLA.
(laFlam ._. -1 0 2 SW Florida.Rodeo each other in a fast moving Weaver._ 0 Goodson ..._. 0 9.30: a.m. for the girls and 10:30: SUtt, John ...__.-?..... .... ?. Park _. 2 7 1 15 7.5

Strlnkler ..., .,. 4 S 13 program that "thrills and chill*" Carithen ... 2 Stacy _.....- 1
Butler ._._ I 2 1. set for Jan. 18 & 19 and last but not least the bevy Kreidler ....... 18 Moore ___ 6 .
Wild 2 0 4 ot clown who delight the chiV Redish ._. 7 Martin I

Lemler ,.. ..,.....4 0 8 The Lee County Sheriff dren from 6 to 60. Dell ...__...-4 McCan...... 0
Jackson ._......, ._ 2 1 S Fosse will hold the 4th annual The big circus will give two Blount -- ....... 2 Goode ......... 2
Avon Park 13 12 I 15-411 championship rodeo of Southwest performance in dewleton at 4 Miller ,.....::._.2
Clewlston 7 10 I 11-34 Florida Saturday and Sun- and I p.m. Hull _. 0


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Four THE CLEWISTON NEWS C1ewlston, Fla P through Z win receive theirson In the Clewlston area became Judge unhappyas
Thursday, January 18, 1964 the fourth Thursday. of his sermons here years ago
Tetanus facts not well knownIn "We feel this will make our while he served at superintendent juvenilesfail
work more efficient by spreading It will be remembered by
tlon of the duties of the directors In the Assembliesof
Jr. older
Recreation boys It through the month. If our persons
to read: 'Handicaps estab- will ahead and God that Rev. Emanuel was to appear
lished by the Club Handicap the belief that there la general nails, or knives) carry: an especially injury- oat-Injury Immunis customers go converted to Christ In a revival
basketball schedule commltte when figured monthly misunderstanding: on the high risk of tetanus aces with antitoxin .Is hail reconcile their received bank statements Just as meeting at the Wsuchula. Fla.. Acting city judge Carlos Dick
and according to U. S. G. A. part of the public: of tetanus and "Once the symptoms of tetanus ardous aad often Infective when they are school house The Southeastern ey was most unhappy Saturday
'p, lit game, 3:15: p.m. from October through May, shall its prevention, the following in- have appeared, the physiciancan -and, unmet: Important of all. they have been doing In the past.It states received the Pentacostal morning as two of the scheduled
':;' 2nd game, 4:00 p.m. be used In all events." formation is published It is a do nothing to counteractthe toxoid b. almost 100 per cent will prove no inconvenienceto testimony largely through the Juvenile cases had to be
Jan. 16-KJwanl. vs. Rotary; Dee Holoubek was elected secretary portion of an article appearingin poison which bat already effective In preventing tetanus them. We hope they will re- ministry of Rev B. B. Cashwell posed because the offender post
Fire Dept vi Lions and Dot Vettorl who has the October, 1963, issue of reached the nervous system and the deaths Ittames. port any discrepancies us as and Rev. F. M. Britton. It was failed to appear
Jan. 21 Rotary vi. Fire held Dip combined post continues Today's Health, and was writtenby Treatment Is aimed at preventing soon as their statements are received under the ministry of Pastor
Dept.; Klwanls vs. Lions. as treasurer Robert M. Hndrlckson. further damage. ," said Mr. Spooner. Emanuel The two offenders, one for
Jan. 23 Lions vs. Rotary; Ladles' Day Tournament for "Tetanus Is a killer, and one "Far these reasons, the "In the words of Dr. Raymond Cycle billing has proven very Britton that converted.The youngBffljr. lawful speed and one for care.
Klwanls vs. Fire Dept. physician White: 'With the new emphasis successful by many businesses was less driving, will
tomorrow Is "Best Ball Three of the most deadly. Over 60 per to receive a
Jan. Z8-Uon. vs. Fire Dept.; some" with handicaps. cent of those contracting tetanus : of prefers tetanus rely on immuni prevention on outdoor living, with accidents and other banks, and Its use Is history of Pentacostal Invitation from the city POlice spun
Rotary vs. Klwanls will die. tatlon. on the increase and with the spreading because of its convenience churches In Florida began at to appear before Judge Dickey,
Jan 30-Klwanls vs. Lions; 'spores of tetanus in the dust and and Increased effi-
., "Infection can occur through protection the Wauchula school. Over 1,000
active and
S Rotary vs. Fire Dept. Sugarland band any wound wh'ch penetrates the passive. Active immunization; dirt all about us, we can only ciency. congregations are now In Flori In a variety of other cases
Feb. 4 Klwanls vs. Fire look forward to an upshoot In one youth Is to
skin. Deep puncture Injuries stimulates the body to produce da. You are invited to hear Rev pay $233 for
Dept.; Rotary ROSTERS-vs. Lions.TEAM makes Miamiappearance (such as those from gunshot antibodies which noted againstthe ,this make deadly use of good disease sense unless, get immunized we Now's .best timeto William E. Emanuel as he ministers damage to city property: another .

Rotary result of Infection. In passive and keep Immunized that Jesus Christ is the was charged: with follow-
Freddie Robertson, Pat Dark, Milton Adkins immunization, the antibodies ". registerIf only hope for sinful man. Pastor Ing a fire truck too closely and
themselves James Klmbrel gives a obstructing firemen
Glen Pridgen. Mike Galasslnl are adminis you ; another
Jerry Holoubek, Gary Roth, Dan The Clewlston High School Miami tered. you are a newcomer, or a special Invitation to this revival faced a payment of $27 or 10

Beardsley, Pat Carlton Gary Sugarland Band drew spontaneous opens "Active Immanlxatlon b School contract citizens wits has never registered days for unlawful speed
Hooker, Allen Phillips applause from the crowd of accomplished with tetanus to vote In this county this .
Volunteer Fire Dept 53,000 viewers of this year' law officeMilton toxold. A series *f three .Injection. Is ;your best time. to get ;your
Billy Edens. Arturo Tomeu Junior Orange Bawl parade in name on the voters' registration
the tint tw
gives Gossett
R. Adkins and Juan E. to
David Miller Danny Shaffer. Coral Gables recently. Serralles have a month apart and the third goes books. During the month of
Terry McCabe. Kleth Carter announced the January the books are In the
Greg Miller Reynolds Beards- The 50-pece( band, under the opening of) a law office in Miami proteeta within six against months tetanus to a rear for, The Hendry County Board of various precincts, and would-be- CLEWISTON mAILER ,SALES Inc.
which known
will be
direction of bandmaster Jack as Adklns awarded
McCarthy Instruction
ley Tim Jones, Jimmy periods of several Public voters may register there. After ,
Cecil Keen. Scott, was one of M units to and Serralles, attorneys at law. Boaster Injection years. contract for addition to the La- January: 31. you will have to
Klwanis participate In the annual parade located In the Pan American continued every fiveyears Belle School to John H. Gossett make a trip to LaBelle.It 830 E. Sugarland Hwy. YU 2.2661

Lee Davis, Louis DeArmas. devoted entirely to young folks. Bank Building. tection.pro When a tetannsproo pro- of Hollywood on a low bid of now appears that there will
Ronnie Hooks, Brian Beardsley Adkins is a native of Macro Other bids receivedwere be a big list of candidates In the
Injury _old 3297900.
The band made an exceptionally occurs a
Haven, where he graduated in has the
Allan Carlton, Mark Esser. sharp appearance with their 1946. He attended the University booster Is all that Is needed David H. Herzog, Ft My May primaries from the gover on display following
Mickey Williams, Terry Tate. neat blue and whit uniforms of Florida on a football scholarship to insure Immunity. era t32.099.SO: ; T. K. McKenzie nor's race on down to county officials
Bobby hail.idoss Instruments Construction Co., St. Petersburg You'll surely want to
with new sparkling:
In the sunlight. UofF law and school graduated in 1955.from From the "Tetanus toxoid Is frequently: $33,789; H. D. Ratfcdge. vote when the big day arrives. New Mobile Homes
Wilcox Dan Nelson. administered to children as partof Register now and save yourselfa
Gary :Ft Myers $33,973; :Kennedy
that! time until January 1, he
Richard Murphy Raymond The Sugarettes, the band's : a triple vaccine which also Construction Co., Inc., Clewls) trip to LaBelle.
Blount, Freddie Guthrie. Edwin twirling corps, were a special practice was associated of law in with the general Dixonr Immunizes against whooping ton $31.300; BowdenHawks- Books are at LaByer's Mote!. 2 3-bedroom, 55x10' Marlettcs
Campbell Frank Rudd, Cecil attraction for the shutter bugs cough and diphtheria The ley Construction Corp., Ft My Chamber of Commerce office;
DeJarnette, Bradford Williams,
Bell Robey Tate. Bobby Kelly. and camera men who snapped American Academy of Pediatrics ers, $33,638; Ross Construction Hendry Motors In Clewlston;
photos at every turn. McKay Klmbrell. attorneys at recommends that children Mrs. Annie Kail's home In South, 1 2-bedrooni 50x10' Marietta
Co. Ft. Myers, $33,800.
This was Clewlston's second law. During that time he specialized receive the vaccine in early In Clewlston and the Bobo home In
Country Club NotesBy appearance In the Coral Gables in law suits resulting f.ncy-the first injection at the The board forwarded to the Harlem.
event from accidents age of one and one-half or two state department of education The location nearest your 1 2-bedroom. 53x12 Marlette

Theresa and Matt Stanton His associate, Juan E. Serral. months, two others at Interval preliminary: plans for additionto home Is probably where the .

Ladies' Day Tournament last lea, 30, Is a native of Puerto Rico of tour weeks ands booster after Harlem Academy, prepared books of your precinct: are; U 1 3-bedroom 55x10' 1ft bath Esquire
Friday was won by Addle Mc- and graduated from Tulane 12 months. by Architect James Hartley.Hartley not, the officer at that location
Gehee with second prize goingto F SHING Law School in 1958. After his "Tetanus toxoid has been reported to the board can help you.Revival.
graduation Serralles returned to called the perfect Immunization. 2 2-bedroom 50x10
Dot Vettori. Five blind boles that he has studied various Belmonts
Puerto Rico and served as legal
were counted with one-half han- Its effectiveness was proved methods which have been used
counsel to Governor Munoz during World War II when week
dicaps. to Improve acoustics In various
C Marin, of the Commonwealth of 1 3-bedroom 60x12 Marlette
At the special meeting of the 'Puerto Rico. four cases of tetanus occurred buildings, and has found none
Women's Golf Association three Boats] Guides Gas Ice among nearly 800,000 wounded which are entirely satisfactory,

by-laws were amended. ((1)) pro. j fishing Tackle Supplies He and moved Miami to the in State 1961 and of Florida has soldiers complete who toxoid bad series received plus the a and he wishes to spend more begins Sunday Also used 2-bedroom 53x10 (Great Lakes
vides for a secretary and treasurer time before making a recommendation
remained since that time The booster at the time of Injury.:
Instead of one person holdIng Johnson's Serralles family Is well knownin for Improving acoustics The Clewlston Assembly of
both offices as at present "However toxold I b effective in Hendry county gymnasiums. Gods to have the Rev. William
Okeechobee) US 27 E Ph. YU
the area as owners 2-2661 Clewiston
((2)) provides that five members Fishing Camp of the Serralles Everglades against tetanus only If E. Emanuel as the guest

constitutes a quorum for voting Clewlston Flo. Farms, which owns South Florida the initial series of Injections The board, after inspectingthe minister In Revival Services on
persons, and ((3)) change a sec Sugar, Inc., a' sugar mill located Is completed before injury. site of Daniels School priorto Monday through Friday, January -

south: *>f Belle Glade. Ser! The several weeks requiredfor the meeting, asked the superintendent 2024. Services are to begin
;; .l-; a member of the Lout toxoid to mobilise the to find what can each evening at T:30.:

__ slana Puerto Rico and Florida body's immunixation defenses useless render the be done to acquire more property In the new history of the Assemblies The
fm- Bars. once at that location. of God, Rev. Emanuel Big Difference .
Us First.
e See Infection has occurred. The
The offices at 150 Southeast
are Mrs. R. E. Kreldler and Mrs. is decrlbed as the most profoundand
would attack the
3rd Avenue in downtown E. E. Montgomery, both of one of the most original An
For the Best! nervous system before 1 Immunity Independent Insurance Agent, rep
FOR could be established. Clewlston, appeared before the preachers ever to come into the
SALE board with complaints of spanking ministry of the Assemblies of resenting many companies can choose the
When you buy a home, "Passive Immunization with of their sons by Principal God. He has served the de- best
home business insurance for
it is one of the most important Miami.FREE tetanus antitoxin 'is available to James E. Brandon. The board nomination as a pastor evangelist car, or
combat potential tetanus in inJured assured the mothers that the author and superintendentof you!
steps of your life. persons who have not been principal was within his legal his district.

I I Our loans are made to fit immunized antitoxin has with;grave toxoid.dlaadvant-But punishment.The rights in administering the Rev. William Emanuel will be An insurance company salesman is usually -

your budget which makes ages. A very serious drawback board adopted a policy' remembered by many persons restricted to the policy of his own

home ownership the joy Is the allergic: sensitivity which of not hearing any complaintfrom particular
many people have to the horse company.
Come in and serum which serves .as the antitoxin principal or teacher or
it should be.Don't .
parent in any controvery be- INCOME TAXSERVICE
base. Even' if antitoxincan As Independent Insurance Agents we
See if it's tween them unless both the parent
be given In time to block the
and the principal (or teacher are ready to give continuing personal
wait tetanus poison, the immunity it you ,
__ affords lasts,only a few, weeks. ) are present W. 0. PERRY attention-the BIG DIFFERENCE in Insurance -
The board received
The individual still must be requestfor
Investigate: Now. 23 immunized with tetanus toxoid release from teaching contract Tax Consultant today!
(I : iItIIEII1iI1T( ; ;: .. to have protection against future from Richard I* Pape. lit Avenlda Del a...
Invasion by tetanus bacclll.The vocational agriculture teacherat '
Clewiston. but took no action Phone YUba t-7141 Beardsley-Nash Insurance Agency
HO4tIs ease for Immuntea- pending advice from C. M. Busiaesa.PersonalFarmComplete
Mom with tetanus toxold .Y Lawrence district supervisorof Office hours 8 a.m. U S p.m. Closed AD Day Saturdays
It Clewiston Federal GORDON'SSINCLAIR definitive: 'Tetanus Is. fatalto agriculture teachers on possibility Bookkeeping Phone YU 2-7501 Clewiston
'l nasf4A more than half Its vie- of a replacement Service
ttms-the organisms !of tetanus .-
;I I I a we, SlneiS t% Savings and LoanAssociation are widespread; an
persona not Immunised, with Bank goes in for
H + SERVICE toxold are susceptible to Infection
S1 sr the disease results cycle billingFirst
iy F ttw 402 Sugarland Hwy. from minor as wen as major

I ,Clewiston Bank of Clewlston has

101 E. Ventura Afe. ClewUton Florida reorganized its system of issuing -,
monthly statements of accounts
Did You Know? to its customers in orderto
work more efficiently: In the
bookkeeping department Your WifeHoliday'

You can get : Customers whose surnames
begin with the letters A through

Bar-B-Q to GO! :O week received and bank found statements inside a pink last

Vaccination slip announcing: that in the future
Free their statements will bemailed
the second Thursday of A
.each month. :
A J. E. Spooner, operations officer
.' of the bank said customers -
whose surnames begin with
letters H through 0 will receive
Against their statements on the third
Phone YU 2-9322
'Thursday and those with letters

Bring'your family

City of Clewiston is offering free vaccination -

= ,,} .

against rabies! for all animals whose owners W .. ..', to'.,. .. 4... ,J"I" ',.\

register them with t the e"City and.) purchase a City 'BEFORE you travel l : ., 'l 'jt-7'1 su'

Dog Tag for $1.00. write for yow free it[: THE CLEWIS TON IN

: r\ Veterinarian will be at the City Fire TRAVELGUIDE .* a, .

Station on Saturdays, January 11,18 ( Clewiston, Florida Telephone, ;YU 2.3501

until 2 Travel the Congress wen '
and 25 from 1
p.m. p.m. with' this Travel Guide. 71- '.
Just the size to cony In f }
fee. yow' poclctt or tile glove : .. .' .. .
and avoid impounding For
Bring your pet comportment ef your car. a delightful evening

Gives/ rotes, locations' ?
facilities' of better class motor hotels coast to coal
all and domestic
City ordinance requires dogs -. fmpectedandapprowdby Congress Motor Hotels. .

to be vaccinated and tagged. Members of Congress Motor Hotels offer free ,S' :
reservation service We honor Credit Cards. ,: .


City Of Clewiston CONGRESS MOTOR HOTELS /" -, \ \

1674 Meridian Avenue Many" People.ff"Drive Miles to Enjoy our, .Excellent. Food!
.. j'Pf ,
Miami Beach 39, Florida I < .' 'r( .

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'; :{ \ .f :"i !f'fij.c.[; : Install officersat Church Clewlston, Fla. Thursday THE ,CLEWISTON January 18 NEWS 1964 Page The

; \(J! ; .,. ,. ;.:, ;" ,, '. in new l location
., ., \
if) '''' >
r '' '! U' foot of N.E. 6th Street
!/ "{+i Belle GladeMiss The Church of Jesus Christ I
w.i1i'. of Latter Day Saints, commonly Sunday School Is held at 10 Sugarland Pharmacy

in Chris known as the Mormon am. and Priesthood meetingat
Kelly was Installing -
'I officer and Church, has moved from the 11.45: a.m. Sacrament services PIZZA 1,1
__ Miss Cheryl Lee
.! .
,I.. '.., National Guard Armory in are at 7 p.m on Sundayi.Elder
(:: ;. .. was installing chaplain Sunday J. K. Davis Is presidentof
Patricia Varnum I;" "" r: ;:., : i afternoon when the Belle Glade Bell Glade into their new edu-
Exemplar chapter h.\ti!: \ the Belle Glade branch of YU 2.3311
; t cational building In McWhor-
\\t \jlr; { \ Assembly of Rainbow Girls held
"I\r\t iliJJfJ; '1' /ifA; .. ter's Subdivision! located the church.
observes birthdayLittle \ """ J\\' i installation services Miss Sharon at the
'home" \\'i.. Motel is the new worthy advisor
I' .
discusses Patricia Varnum, daugh : ;; and Mrs. Beulah Simmons.
ter of J. R. Varnum, celebrated the mother .advisor of the Belle
Mrs. Douglas Ells war hostess her fifth birthday with a partyat Glade Assembly.
for the XI Delta Pi chapterof her home recently. Accompanying the two Clewis-

Beta Sigma Phi sorority on Cake, cookies, and punch were ton Rainbow Girls to Belle
Wednesday evening at her home enjoyed by Marion, Sandra and C Glade to witness the ceremonywere

on Pasadena Avenue. Diane Estes; Donnie, Charles, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lee,

Following the business meeting and Perry Tullj: Steve Dupree (. 4 ; Mrs Carlos Dickey, Mrs. Abner
Mrs. George Jepson led theprogram Cindy Handcock Barney Mad- Vann, Mrs. Leslie Carlton and
In discussion on "The dox. Cynthia Johnny and Christine Misses Diane Rackstraw, Linda
and the Home." Curry. Hostesses were Carol and Shiela Carlton.Birthday -w
House Clifton Mri. E. C. Coleman,
a 1
Members attending were Mri. Mri. D. N. Curry and Mrs. Jean JyMR. GreetingsJanuary

Bill Perry, Mri. Abner Vann; 18: Harold White,
Vera Mills Mrs. Johnnie AND I MRS. JOHN HEWITT are shown following their
Mrs. Tull.Stork Edythe Nell Winn, Betty New-
Jackson Mri. Hager--Ix>we, wedding eeremony" December,, SS at the Lake Harbor Community ,
shower for man George Nottingham, Joann
Mrs. John Drake, Mri. Jepson Church. The bride ls the former Myron JOB Kimbro ofOpp. Clark Audle Hooks, Jr., J. E. i
and Mrs. Ellis. Ala. Both, Mr. and Mrs. FrewlU are students. at the Unl. Brandon, Jeanette Meredith. --5

chocolate and cookies: Mrs. Willie Lee venlty of Florida In Gainesville, where they are residing at January 17: Henry Story,
Hot 111 Southwest Third Avenne.
Alma Earl Jones.January .
served by JMrs..Ellis following Mary Taylor
were! the meeting. :. Mri. Willie Lee of Belle Glade, 18: Sharon Collins,
the former Kathy Holly of Clew- Baptist W.M.S. plans Tommie Suggs, Mrs Neolin y .
iston, was honored at a pink LaBelle plansHomecoming Jones, John Corbtn Delma For-
and blue shower at the home rester, Barbara Akin, Mrs Elsie -
Engagement.announced of Mrs. Ross LaByer Saturday study of "Apogee"The Nail Joe Marlin Milliard. 5 s k..xe ,

evening Hostesses were Mrs. Jan. 19: Jack White E. J. S 5//
program of the Women'l Nielsen Kay Cockn ll. Bertie
LaByer Mri. T. C. Yon. Jr.,
Mrs. T. Missionary Society of the Mae Jones, Wayne Wiggins,
Yon. Sr., and Mri. First Baptist Church entitled The LaBeUe High School Is
Jeanette Francis
W. F Sr
""Missions Northwest andMidwest" planning events of February 7
The LaByer home was decorated and 8 as Homecoming Weekendat Jan. 20: Mary Lou Owens,
in pink hibiscus and other was presented by the school. Shari Garrett, Mrs. Edward
Mrs. W. F. Nail with
blossoms. a personal
cube of Ice carvedin Henley.
testimony by MI.',. J. Ed Taylor The Homecoming Queen will
the shape of a baby's bath January 21t: W, W. Perry,
on bow she and her husband be announced and crowned at a
and holding a tiny baby doll Bonnie Jean Adams, Charles
floated In the punch bowl, which were led to become home mis- brief ceremony at the basketball Chandler, Laura McHugh, Bobby
was surrounded with pink blos sionaries. game between the LaBells Roland.
Cowboys and the Immokalee In- FOR THE MAN
soms. Storks and other appropriate January 22: Ruth R. Beards-
Mrs. Maxwell Downs
an- dians Friday night, February T.
t Items were used in the dec ley, Isabel Akin, Marie Peers,
1 nounced a study course at an A street parade In the after-
orations. Arthur F. Krueger
(well almost)
all-day meeting February 27th noon; open house at the Home WHO HAS EVERYTHING ,
The honoree opened and displayed at which a covered dish lunch- Economics building, and an FFA plans free mealThe

her gifts, and the hostesses eon will be served Rev. and barbecue supper will precedethe VFW Auxiliary, No. 4185 Ever fill like getting away from It all and heading for the back country? Ifs
} served refreshments of Mrs. Taylor will present the Homecoming Ball on Saturday the easiest thing In the world In a '''.ep' Gladiator with a camper unit Just
decorated cake, punch, coffee ttudy course on the book "Apo The ball will honor the wlU sponsor for members a and spaghetti- pack up your gear for hunting, fishing, skiing, blrdwatchlng, rock hunting or
nuts and mints to Mrs. J. D. gee" In preparation for the An- Queen, her court and all alumniof isupper whatsver your pleasure may be.
Mrs. members at the post
Jr. and Linda
3 port of Lake Worth Mrs. Brul-Clar- nie Armstrong week of prayer. the school and will be the home, Monday, Jan. 20 at 7:30: No need to worry about alseptng accommodations, either. They're right with
final event of the weekend. to warm, dry and comfortable regardless
wherever keep _
you you go you snug ?
Lee ,
ence and daughter, Marty, The Associational W.M.U., p.m
of the weather.
Mri. Jerry McKee and Mm. P.
Klrchman, all of Bell Glade, meeting on February 7th at Miss Glass wed And because It's attached to Msep' Gladiator, you can go wherever you Ilk* fJ
Mri. Jimmy McDuffie, Mri. Calvary Baptist Church was .'. places which might previously have been accessible only on foot or on I
Is removable,too. Whenever require a workhorse of a .
James Maxham, Mrs. announced. horseback. you
McDonald'Addison Clark, Mri. Virginia Roblson Ray Attending MesdamesW. in home ceremonyMiss THURS. 23 pickup! truck with a large bed and extra load carrying capacity,you have It hs r .,

Mr. and Mri. W. E. McDonaldof Mri. Roy Hancock, Mrs. Bob were Sound exciting? It Isl If s available In either 2-or 4-whe l drive In 7- or 8-foot 'r
F. Nail, J. H. Bible, W. A.
819 E. Trinidad avenue, announce Pearce, Mrs. :Wilmer Hayes, Thomas, Mildred Wood, Alvina JAN.CLEWISTON length Deluxe or standard Why not see your'''"p' dealer today and have a
the engagement of their Mri. Jimmie Newton, Mrs. Mildred took at the Gladiator with attached camper unit Maybe you can become the
Whittle, T. L. Tanner Ross t
daughter, Alice Melinda, to Wood, Mri. Gustie Foy and LaByeri, N. J. McElroy, J. nan who has everything,(Well,almost)
Mark'Leon Addison, of Mri.: Mri. Leon Bembry.CARD .
ton 1
E. Taylor, Ross Torbert T. C. a
Virginia McDuffie of Clewlston OF THANKS Yon, Robert Kelly Downs, FAIR
and Robbie Addison of Miami. KAISER Jeep CORPORATIONWORLD'S
I wish to express my sincere Charles Foy. A. H. King, Charles ee R

Miss McDonald attended the appreciation to the many wonderful Newman, E. M. Cornette, GROUNDSIOILD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER 4-WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES
Clewiston High School where she residents of Clewistonwho Martha Topper, Stovall and A.
was a member of Future Home- remembered me with flowers -, C. Meske.
makers of America. Her fiance cards and visits while I was SUGARLAND MOTORS

also attended Clewlston High injured and a patient in Hendry Sugarland Pharmacy
School, has served an enlistment GenerallJDspitaL
In the U. S. Navy and Is I shall always cherish these 841 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Florida
employed at Clewiston Machineand kind deeds, and I shall always PIZZAYU S ,-
Repair Shop. have a."arm place In my heart 8e. Veep' vehicle Tues. ABC Ch 10
In action In
for Clewiaton and the many fine ,
Date for the wedding will be friends there. 2-3311 1 I 1S
announced later. Mrs. P. S. PolhUl. --5

Margaret Glass, daughter -

was married Friday evening to .
erg James B. Gurganloui, son of NOTICE

ABeautiful' Mr. and Mri. Walter Gurgan-
with Innovations
Brimming ever
ious of Lake Harbor.
,Wondrous Surprises A
The ceremony was performed -
a Myriad of Unprecedented
the Rev. Williamsof
by Henry
M..' the Lake Harbor Church In Lands.Feature from All Strange .The laws of Florida require that owners of property

.. I ,1/ the members Gurganlous of the families home. were Only PIATURINO shall make a return to the County Tax Assessor, listingall

"' Buy}; InCOMFORT I -t. In attendance.The Tumblers OEHURAK TROUPE property at full cash value, .on or before April 1st of

.a which had bride been wore worn the by gown her KROLEY- OymnastsEVA each year. I will be at the places named and dated below

J/J : sister at her wedding. It was Equestrienne' and Her for the purpose of receiving returns on REAL ESTATE,

; of white lace and satin, and Dancing Horses PERSONAL AND INTANGIBLE
was fashioned with a strapless -
4'W bodice and lace the LUCILLE OERISKIE'
jacket; for 1964.
Queen el the Silver Thread ,
skirt was of satin and net with
a lace oversklrt Her shoulder GRETA AND PAMELA

length veil of illusion was at- Aerlallstlc Sensations Please meet me with a correct description of all prop.
tached to a circlet or rhlnes- HOXIE BROS.;-
erty owned by The law also
s tones and orange blossoms. Her Performing ELEPHANTS you or as agent. requiresthat
t tL tV
bouquet wa* of white carnations HILARIOUS CLOWNS you make application for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION .
and rosebuds.A .
reception was held at the ,
Gurgantlous home following the TWO PERFORMANCES WAR
ceremony, when the wedding 4 P.M. AND 1 P.M.
cake was cut and served with DOOK8 OPEN I and 7 FJf. forms and will be glad to assist in every way possible.

punch and coffee. ADULTS 11. lDLDaEN Me Please make your return and avoid PENALTY .
Following a brief visit to Reserved Beats tie Additional
Moore Haven and Delray Beach PLENTY OF nEE SEATS

the couple. is residing In dewistoo. FT. DENAUD Jan. 28th-9:30 A.M. To 11:00 A.M. :



FELDA Jan. 29th-9:30 A.M. To 12 Noon. '. I


Thrifty Drugoffers HOOKER'S POINT Feb. 4th-9:30'A.M. To 4:00: P.M. tf I S

yon a' .b ppe'r's 'luncheon each day
NEWS week- =eU menu: SUGAR MILL Feb. 5th-9SO'AM.: : To 12 Noon' I ,

L-I1 .
} "
1'ET r rI't1" :1'
Baked, old fashioned meat loaf HARLEM Feb. 6th-9:30'A.M., : To 4:00 P.M.

GA; FURNACEAny brown gravy <1,J mashed potatoes (McCBAT'S STATION) : :

beans hot dinner rolls CLEWISTON Feb. 8, 11, 12, 13, 14-9:30 A.M..To. 4:30 :

way you look at it, ben is a beautiful buy la green : P.M. .
quiet Comfort. New Bryant Furnace styled by butter (COUNTY. 5VB.OF 'ICE. AT FAI1.G10UNDSX. t
Raymond Loewy. Designed by Bryant to keep ( J

your beating cost: down-will handle air conditioning laBELLE-March lit and thereafter. S s

now or later Installed by u to save 7011money.1Call --58t 2 for 98 (COURT norsE) j

tie for free aurrey and ertimata_ wfll itandby. ,

Cafl_today.; ,..r- Homestead applications must be made each year

Thrifty Breakfast:
One egg, grit, toast, butter, coffees Lucille.1

Glades Gas Co.Phone j l Fountain 29 Special* : Tax Assessor, Hendry CountyNEWS .

Show Boat banana split . oro,. 291

YU 2-1311 DAN McCARTHY Clewi ton, Fla.



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Six THE CLEWISTON NEWS Clewiston, Fla lie stand against retail price Angus Ass'n to our satisfaction they no longer NATURE'SOWN

Thursday, January 16, 1964 fixing." m pose a threat to world peace '
--- -, .--- Kelly said re-organization of ;( GW: oat Sales to them of anything but ; wow/
elect Robison like
consumable commodities
the State Road Department and
Scott Kellyis promotion of a system of education grain and food tend to strengthen /
which can achieve excellence W J. Robison dewiston Is b,v"e their economies and preserve
candidatefor will be "high on my list one of nine breeders of registered Irfei' Coy! industrial capacity to producearms.

of objectives." He said details Aberdeen-Angus cattle In .
of his plans along these :lines Florida elected to membership cF'OI"I'd Leaders in the petroleum in-
I' governorState and his position on several other in the American Angus Association durtry are pretty farsighted
Important Issues will be made last month, according to o.p rlm.",of Ag people. They have to be to keepon
Sen. Scott Kelly, :36-year- public soon. Glen Bratcher, secretary, at St. top of developments that

: old Lakeland business man, has Kelly Is a former Mayor of Joseph, Mo. headauarters. In spite of all the time money have been International in scope
announced that he will be a candidate Lakeland and Is serving his second The secretary also noted the and efforts being devoted to for some years.
11. for governor In the 1964 term in the Florida senate sale of Aberdeen-Angus bulls to control or eradicate them plant Their new Interest In fertilizer
Democratic primaries. Delmer Sergent and C. K. Got- pests continue to cost Americans appears to be soundly basedIn
Kelly ald he Is seeking the den both of Clewiston. J. M. some 7 billion dollars a view of the world' hunger

governorship because "The people Estep explains Dowerman of Hollywood U the year in damage to crops and problem as outlined In a recent
f of Florida are searching for seller ornamentals. report from USDA.

r I executive leadership which will Some 50 countries-the "have
t bring to state government the M testing Barge canal Increasing use of agricultural not" nations as far as food Is
: proven practices and principlesof programHarold chemicals in recent :years has concerned-are found In Asia,
a successful businessman." enabled our farmers to keep the Africa and Latin America. The "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"

"My Intention is to Instill fiscal Eitep guidance COUn- bids due Feb. 6 pests in check. But the recent report note that in Asia Just J
; sellor of Clewiston High School over danger of poisoning
responsibility and fiscal integrity to maintain present meager
explained the operation of the District Engineer Col. H. R.
our environment through
all be
governmental offices must
diets yields
per acre ;
the local Parfitt saId bids will be
testing at
program opened careless use of toxic chemicals
and operations, said Kelly boosted 50 cent by 1980 Justto
who Is a general contractor schools when be spoke to.Rotarl-- February 8 on the second of has intensified the search for keep even per with population 8 acres 330 feet
at their luncheon two contracts to be
realtor and owner of a general will be the attraction of new Industry ans meeting awarded other means of accomplishingthe growth
Monday. early this year which will launch ta.k.Now .
Insurance agency and payrolls.He The program was arranged by construction of the Cross Florida An increase of that size On Galoosahatchee Rivernear
Saying that he will call the said he will work for the of amounts than 240 million
on C. E. Nail and Carl Hornsby Barge Canal Expected to U. S. Department Agriculture to more
1965 legislature to repeal the Increase expansion of agriculture and club president, who Is supervisor cost about tl million the con- researchers are testing tons of grain. It would require LaBelle
in auto license tag fees, tourism but that the state, also of education for the county tract calls for excavating some "living insecticides" viruses 24 million tons of fertilizer -

I Kelly .said "Unfair taxation Is needs new payrolls. schools Introduced the speaker. 4 4 million cubic yards of material that kill destructive pests yet a :year to get such yields.: Good Price Good Terms
the inevitable result of the present Emphasizing that be if a Estep showed the membersthe along a sh-mile land cut are harmless to man animals Right now total world production
spend and tax trend. The automobile strong believer In the free enterprise and of accordingto
Individual folder on which southwest of Palatka in Putnam plants, pollinating Insects fertilizer
has been seized uponas system, Kelly said he and in which all records of a county. Colonel Parfitt said the also to the natural.enemies of U. S. News & World Report, DADE-MONROE REALTY
the most likely source of will seek abolition of the retail pupil are kept; each grade and eastern end of the work is\ about the target pest.Two Is only a little more than 28V4
: j revenue to finance excessive price fixing power of the Florida the result of each test given is one mile west of Horse Landingon million tons. You can imagine
costs of government, yet the Milk Commission and ai governor recorded In the permanent yen the St. Johns River at the of these viruses have what world fertilizer tonnage 309 \V. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 3-2941
auto i I. a necessity." will consider for appointment ord of the pupil site of the St. Johns navigation' been mass produced and usedto would have to be to fill the
Kelly said one of the primary to the Milk Commission The school gives an overall lock. It extends westerly across spray test crops. They: destroy need of an underfed people.
objectives of this administration those who will take the cabbage looper and
"only a pub- achievement test each ;year State Road 19 to a poInt' about
\ through each of the first six 24 miles southwest of Rodman- the corn earworm. These ar I

"" "" '" .".. \ grades, and gives mental ma- Construction of a Highway II destructive among the most crop widespread pests In and the County court OH..844-135
,: turity tests In grades 3, 5, 7 and bridge across the 12-by-150-foot
U. S., annually damaging or destroying Rev VI 8-2682
11; a test which Is part of the canal will take place later. session Monday ,,
1 worth several
state-wide program is given in Colonel Parfitt said a "plug"will .
A 11IV&M' '1 grades > and 12; and personalitytests be left in the excavation hundred million dollars Case on the docket at Mon.day's
Court Plea
Hendry County
are given by the teacher route at the site of the St. Johns After :years of investigation
with the guidance counsellor Lock so that dry construction: of the virus pesticide breakthrough Day ordered to be continued by Thurmond W Knight
Judge B N. Parson Included
l.IAllQNAWA1 assisting. the lock can be undertaken un-' came when researchers developed
Roosevelt Pilgrum
Estep emphasized that there der a future contract. Tha successful a method of artificially rearing "Accredited Farm & Land Broker"
passing on curve speeding charges
must be a variety of tests given, bldderwill have 670 calendar the insect in whose bodlet ;
for Doris N. Keough and Marvin
,iff FREE : for the results to be valuable. days to complete the job. the destructive viruses are pro Roy Beckwlth and a charge Thurmond Knight Realty. Inc. orrlCKl
The test results not only aid in duced. '2010 Avenue E
of failure] to have vehicle under Box Nut RNleea Brark
teaching that particular child ,The "virus polyhedra" or clusters control for Jeanne Elizabeth west palm Reich, Fl.rUi: Riviera Beach
but taken together form the
In the nucleus of Infected Powell.
basis of research through whichit
be learned how the school cell, multiply a fantastic
FULLERS can Cases dismissed Included Otis
rate. It to estimated one artificially -
and Its program are serving the Floyd Eddie Lee Cohens and
needs of the'communlt1 and of reared cabbage loopercan Henry Sonny Phillips all charged

the Estep pupils.said'the results of tests polyhedra.You produce. nearly billion with in over-width.court, the Upon Judge not ordered appearing THE PETE SMITH HOMES

[Haiti te Paint Store! given over a period of years in probably could hold on summon Issued for Henry Drew-

) the Clewiston schools show that the nail of your little fiiiger ery Dick Ray Hannah Lonnie Designed For Florida Living Pleasure
the overall mental ability of the
enough powdered cabbage looper Lee Sparks and Richard Woods,
students is now at a lower level virus ti treat 5 acres. all on speeding charges. QUALITY -- ECONOMY
1 Complete Line of Paint and than a few years ago. He attributed .
Supplies \ USDA expects: these pest-kill. Pleading not guilty to a charge
Phone YU 2-3281 this to the changing popu log viruses eventually can be of resisting arrest J. C. May was Built By:

M4 lation. produced at prices farmers: can placed under ISO bond and bound
E. Sngarland Clewiston | -
IIwy. Fla. Bill inducted into
Hendry was afford. Several firms are Interested over to the next term of County SOUTHERN AIR BUILT HOMESA
the club by Will Jernigan. Henry and uniform standards Court. Also on the same charge, .

4II"t ..... ..... 4A...... Is now a permanent resident of are being developed, for com- Alec Finley pleading guilty was FLORIDA CORPORATION
Clewiston; be was a charter mercial production.lnddentally fined $50 or 50 day: ,
2fa Years Serving Florida's IIome Siakers
member of the Red Creek ClubIn -
the corn ear- Waiving trial before Jury on a
New York formed in 1M1.
worm likes a varied diet. Whenit petit larceny charge Jake Cam- SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
and has attendance
a perfect
feeds on cotton it is known a* eron wa fined $25 or 10 days
ATTENTION! record. the cotton boll wevll. It's close .sentence suspended and on a second
Guests at the meeting were Richard ... Pe,. The Southern ire
relation the tobacco budworm like charge was fined 125 or
Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK Ted Gallo Hendry county agent, namedto also may be subject to destruction 10 days. Paul SIpes' and JamesD.
t and Ray Balr of West Palm Pape
by the virus that kills the Lawrence were each fined S29 .
TO THE FUTURE AND Beach. earworm. or 10 day on two separate petit
larceny charges

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING L. Pape, vocational Increasing use of fertilizers Other cases Included: disorderly

High School agriculture teacher In Clewiston Is one reason American farmers conduct Alec Finley. $100 or

,, A lAw Cost Farm Mottele e- High School, has been approvedfor have been boosting crop produc 60 days; David Watson $29 or 10 1
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN appointment as office manager tion. days: and Odell Briggs $35 or 15
for the Glades and k
Will Fnrnlib Cash Tee News NotesSemester Hendry Confirming expectations that days.
Refinance debts County Agriculture Stabilization fertilizer use will continue to Illegal possession of alcoholic
and Conservation Service succeeding beverage: William I. Woodward
gain I la recent entl'lnto the fey
e farm
Improvements new buildings, par- exams have been the late Ray D. Gantt. tilizer field by of the $75 or 40 days, with credit for
chase wind machines and Install is'rigalen.e scheduled for next Tuesday, Pape has asked for release from big time served. Carrying concealed

,, Assist In purchase of a farm grove or ranch Wednesday and Thursday, according his teaching contract to acceptthe petroleum of companies.fertilizer Their facilities! acquisitions weapon: J C May $100 or 90
e Purchase more land. to James E, Brandon, new position
days confiscation of
Is, as a Washington : weapon;
t"" a Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise. supervising principal. The ASCS office is located in termed It. "amazing."newspaper no driver' licenses: William Ot-
ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN the Doyle Conner Agricultural lie Gibson. $50 or 29 days
HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES The junior class Is conductingIts Center in Moore Haven, and Recent developments have Included Bonds forfeited for speeding Included

1. Lower payments annual magazine subscriptionsale handles aU records in connection Socony Mobil Oil taking : John Earl Wills ST.,

y. 2. Longer terms (fop to SO years). which will continue for the 'wIth sugar quotas (when such over V C. Chemical Corporation Robert James Holdt, Edward GIr- 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Carport Utility Room
I. Dependable service (senior sericulture exclusively: next ten days, according to Ken are effective) and all subsidy ; Cities Service acquiring ard Baler, Marlon A. McVanel
since 1917)). Walker class sponsor. payments to sugar cane growersin Tennessee Corporation and Flor. Philip H. Culler. Stanley Finch Features:
4. Full prepayment privileges without penalty Featured on this :year's promotion Florida, in addition to the Ida phosphate lands; Continental Whitman Raymond Lawton Co-
9. Loan are the Saturday Evening cost-share 0 taking on American Agricultural Ceramic Tile Sills Tub and Shower Vinyl Tile
t service by local people familiar with local acricnlture. por I ram com there; Harold Pierson Grant,
Post, Life Ladles Home mon to ASCS offices every Chemical; Kerr-Mages Wendell Eugene Floyd Richard Floor and Base Mfg Kitchen Cabinet Awning Wnd.
If be Journal and the American where. The Inclusion of all the with Baugh Chemical
we can of service to yea please write er phone Charles Keen Ada Autman
W, B. MAY, MT. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Asst. Mgr Home. The Curtis Circulation sugar payments: through the Occidental Petroleum has Best Crelghton Wayne Honeycutt, Gerald INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS
Company each year cooperates! Moore Haven office makes it the Fertilizer and was reported Medford Holland and Ben

Federal Land Bank with high schools In magazine largest In point of dollars planning to buy International Williams, each $35; Tommie Lee FOR MORTGAGESWe
t Association subscription sales, which serve handled in the United States, Ore and Fertilizer and Gulf Oil Tyson and William Thomas Gist,

as major moneymaking: projects said Julian Dickson, chairmanof was reported planning to take Jr.. each $40. refer you to many happy customers.
; of Bradenton for high school students. The Hendry county board of supervisors. over Spencer ChemicaL Christ Pappou and R L. Cra
junior class will use funds from Roger M, Weeks The oil companies may be CUP and Man For FREE BROCHURE
mer were each fined $29 or 10
PHONE: 74M051 BRADENTON FLA. this project for sponsorship of Moore Haven farmer is chair- looking ahead to the time when days for speeding. Thirty-five -:;; :-l;
the Junior-Senior banquet. man of the Glades county board. foreign demand for fertilizers! dollar bond were estreated by train Office Southern Air Homes
la going to climb sharply They Eddie Lee
'might even expect to find a parking; Tommie Cohens Lee, Jones Improper, assault 3422 Fowler P.O. Box 1871 Punta Gorda, Fla- t

big demand in the Communist and battery and Albert Patrick -
Custom Built Homes .countries this ;year bare assault ]Ft. Myers Name -- I
However rm opposed! the
Charlie R. Hunt forfeited a $29
ales of fertilizer to Russla'or bond on a charge of hunting In Florid'Addrell .J

any other countries of the Com- Devil's Garden Hunt Area withouta ...
jnunlst bloc until they cad prove hunt area permit -

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KIwanlans install Vaughn, Sr., General Chairman CJewlaton. Fla THE CLEWISTON NEWS Page Seven

Agriculture: & Conservation Thursday, January 18, 1964

Sidney Crochet, Chairman; S. C

new officersNew (Jack) Fry. Otto Larsen, W. C. !

ADS PrewltL i
officers for the dewlstonKlwanls Harlem News'
Club Installed Key Club-A. W. Slas, Chair
were by
man; Jim Brandon, J. E. Beards-
the lieutenant governor Wednesday .
Icy, R. M. Bishop.
at the
PHONE YUkon 3-1201 Clewlston Inn. Public ft Business Affairs- News of Our Colored CommunityMRS.
WHILE THEY LAST, packagesof Claud Giddens replaces retiring
Fred C. Sikes. Chairman; W.
CLASSIFIED RATES: Four cents: one dozen 3"x5" scratch president Gervln Pitzen; Son. Dean King, John B. Boy, Harry
JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor
per word per insertion. TO cents pods| for only 25c. Place a ny Stalls was Installed vice president T. Vaughn Jr.

minimum charge; lour Insertions scratch pad in every room of and James Brandon and C. Boys St Girls Work-S. II. Stalls Phone VU 3-7631
the house for convenience. The J. Nielson as secretary and treasurer .
for the price of three. & U Chairman; Harry P. Johnson
Clewlston News.
Gene Edwards, Al Fuller.
use I Ie Persons whose names appear Directors for 1964 who were Installed Support of Churches-W. G.

la the classified ads may FOR SALE-Dachshound puppies. Include J. W. Beardsley, Perry, Chairman; S. K. Swayne

pick up twe passes to the ARC registered. Jack L. Scott. Gratton George, Keith King W. J. W. Beardsley, Mike Herring.

Dixie Crystal Theatre, compUntenta 220 E. Arcade dewiston. tic G. Perry, Ken Swayne, Harry Vocational Guidance L. M.

of the News and Vaughn, Jr., and Leslie Weetman. Weetman, Chairman; Harry r. .
Theatre. Paaaea HaP' WANTED I WOMEN I President Giddens has announced r
must be E. C. Mills Vaughn, Jr., Gervln N. Pitzen ,
called for before Wednesday.FOR the following committees Floyd HoweU.

: Youth Servlces-J. F. Beards-
MUSIC TEACHER needed, age 21 ley, General Chairman; Claud
nHSIDE home or Investment BOOK than. any other encyclopedia. :
to 50, for Hammond Organ In M. Clddens.
Priced considerably Ask about the Book
perry, a District for the IMI, will beheld Grat
RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed struction. No previous organ experience year Underprivileged Children-
.Month ChUdcraft .t the efrlco 01 Ol.trlot
market payment plan. the ,
r bedroom frame room house, $85 per month. 325 needed. You will be Ave. >t CUwl.lon Florida, on W.dn... ton H. George, Chairman; H.
.fflSIDE-S too. Hunt 443 E. Pasadena
E. Ventura. tfc. fully trained In Hammond,Organ Say January 19 Ins at tare: Wren Shupe W. Dean King. ,
[rnlshed. Immaculate. Jan23p o'clock P. M, Kaitorn Standard
Studios, Fort Myers. Contact Billy Frank Conkllng.
THSIDE-I bedroom frame Time, for the purpose of:
FOR RENT-Two bedroom house. bane, preferably la person. 1. Electing ona Supervisor Achievement Report J. W.
FOR SALE-Utllity Trailer Canvas for a term of thfM jraara.S Beardsley. Chairman; AU 1964 Of.
000.GE ti available. Mrs. W E. Bailey. YU 24881.tfc. Ktealvlna: annual report
top, new tires. Reasonably ficers.
and taltlnaauch action with
RES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 priced. Call YU 2-5151. See at Ok- rnpct thereto ai the Land- Finance Committee G. H.

h frame home. Hardwood APPLICATIONS now available Chobee MoteL tic ownara. may datarmlna. Small Chairman; C. J. Nlelson,
S Tranaaotlnc .uch other M
for positions of waitress. See
bail E. Morrison J. W Eielle.House. #
s. neu aa may ooma before E. ,
|FHA HOMES In Broward Mrs Houlihon, The dewlston Inn. the ma.tlnc. Reception & Public Re-
dm Beach and Dade coun- sale. Ready to go. J. M. 8UOARI.AND DRAINAGE DIS. laiions-W. H. LaDler, Chairman;
various sizes and prices -..;;;:; TRICT. Harry P. Johnson Fred C. Sikes.
Tomllnson, Ona, TTa. Phone RE
By r. B. Conkllnv PraaldantCN
H cash payment. fi 'l 5-2786. JanSOp 411 Jan. *, II, U... W. C Prewltt. QONZOLA DEXTER, ton of Mr. aad Mrs. Rep Bob. Clew-

RENT Efficiencies and ..... Music-J. E. Beardsley, Chairman take wa honored al soldier of the month. Dexter center,

uses as available. 1N THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ; Claud M. Clddens, A. W. receives the Soldier of the Month for November from LL Col.

er 1,000 vacant Iota to select FOR HENDRT: COUNTY FLORIDA Slag, Jim Brandon. Stafford N. OrdaU. Hd. Comdt. left, with 8FC Jane E.

for all purposes. Various e< a IN RE IN CHANCERY ADOPTION OF No, 1471 Inter Club- -Harry P. Johnson, Hammond. light. Chief Clerk taking part PFC Dexter b a
: G. H. (Old) Brown,
r.s. Terms. ow"" a VERNON HAROLD KING Chairman; clerk-typist la hla company.
AND INCOME a minor\ S. C. (Jack) FrI Floyd Howell.


I MONTHLY RENTAL.Recent TO: Ethel Ma. Maddos King & Regulatlons-Gervin N. Pitzen. Harlem hosts
JfeS construction, $25,000. Robert Lea unknown.Klnraaldtnoa Chairman; Fred C. Bikes. JohnB. Academy

fa TERM low interest farm RADIO ft TV SERVICE. Carlth- YOU ARE) HBRE/BT NOTIFIEDthat Boy. Harry T. Vaughn. Sr. 1

ne. grove and ranch mort- era Radio&TV Sales with sere .HElP YiAtin ME a petition b.. b... files In Kiwanis Administration-Harry
the" above etyltd court by Ian Fits tournament
General Chairman;
s, minimum 150.000. ice. Nickel Building 108 Bond Kally and Mlldrad. Jan Rally, hue- P. Johnson,
LISTINGS NEEDED Street, Oewiston. Fla. Phone YU Hcr om D coon: at t'' band and wlf. for the adoption ofVarnon Jim E. Beardsley, W. C. (BUn)

j. M. LANKTOEDRef. 2-6441. YOUR PHILCO DEALER. EARN 120-per day or more In the petitionary Harold L Kin<*Vita minor Kelly,andMlldr.d by Prewltt. The Greater Glades Invitational There was a tie between Barbara :

Heal Tutak Broker tfc permanent route work. Will Jane Kelly, and. you are Tournamgat: conducted at Wilson of Clewlston and
train man or woman If inexperi required to aerv a of yourAnawer 10 Beatrice Stocklns of Immokalee
East Sujarland HighwayI ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS ." oP't enow Moss celebrate Harlem Academy January
or to
I Auto and General enced. Write Mr. Heath Box Guaranteed $ 9.>5 down, 114.04 ..u.. why said petition should not and 11 was a great success with for the outstanding girl player
Insurance SINGER SEWING MACHINE flee, Memphis, Tenn. Jan24p month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. b. granted, on the attorney for over 2,500 spectators turned out of the tournament. William Robinson
will be at Gld- per petitioner*. H. P. Johnaon, 'Nlckell'
representative SebringStirling
anniv. at
Iston, Fla. Ph. YU 32161 l .,YU 27151. tie BuildingClewleton.. Florida, and to witness this event Participating of Fort Myers was voted
,dens. Furniture store each Fri 165 WEEKLY AND MORE. For file the ordinal in the office of teams Included boys and outstanding male player.
day. For parts, sales service the Clerk of the Circuit Court on MOIl London England
to Leslie Carlton girls teams from Fort Myers, Third place teams were Cal'Voer
C. YonGREATER reliable man or woman or before the Ird day of February,
T. considered the uncrowned
in call YU 24721. tfc long
stop or -
service customers in dewlston. 11e4. Immokalee, Naples Moore Haven High of Naples Booker Washington -
FOR SALE Parakeets $2.00up. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree champion road racing Pahokee and the host teams
Full or 'part time. No investment pro conteaeo wll 1 b* entered activeroad boys of Moore
retired from
lAND THAN SUP COVERS and drapes. Custom Write C. R. Ruble, Dept. Mynah birds, African lovebirds against you.WITNESS. driver now of Clewlston. Second ''place teams were Be-
ytR for houses, acreage,bust made. line of monkeys,.cages supplies. my hand and the anal racing plans to return to of Immokaleeand
Complete J-2. P. O. Box 2447. Memphis, of said court la LaBello, Hendry under new title. Al The girls team of K.rlem thune High girls
el., We have customers wait drapery and slip cover fabrics Tenn. Itp Pet boarding. Thompson Wild Count Florida, thla 10th day ofDec.mbar Sebring a Moss Academy provided local spectators East Lake High boys of Pa.. d
I List! property with us.. Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 21236. Ills.DOROTHY. manager of the Stirling r
your Free estimates. Can YU 2-5831, MOORS CLARK S.M.A.R.T.) with many thrills In its hard hokee. Champions were Harlem
Beardsley. Ph. YU 3-7501. Van Cothern'a Custom Furniture Uc Beat) Clerk of Circuit Court. Auto Racing Team ( fought battle with Carver High Academy girls of Clewsiton and

tfaSALENew and Upholstery. tit CN 401-Jan. *, I, U, II, H". he baa In requested the famed a starting Sebring position 12 School of Naples. Harlem Academy Dunbar High boys of Fort

trailed by two points in Myers.
endurance race
3 bedroom NCTICB" OF ANNUAL Mt/KTINO/ hour the last 40 seconds of the of Harlem
jiouse for tale. Option to buy authorized Singer Sewing FEDERAL SAVINOS AND With official driver yet unnamed but came up with the big basket like to take this opportunity .
very small down payment LOAN ASSOCIATION to tie the game In one overtime to thank all the wonderful
Machine dealer's agent will service To the Mambos of Moss' entry, will be one
d I balance like rent; or trade sewing machines in Gewlston Clewleton Federal Savings and of the new highly tuned Lotus period, went on to post a victory people of the community who

luity l In house for trailer. Mn. area every Saturday. Phone WY sif't Th.Loan annual Associations meeting of member racing cars. in the overtime session. helped to make this our first

tde Wilson, 705 Bond Street. 9-5659 Belle Glade.\ tic o NOTICK Or ANNUAL MEETING of ClewUton federal Bavins and Past showings at the Internationally The boys team was defeated in a big success.
31071. TebSe or LANDOWNERS OP Loan Aaaoclatlon will b* held In the second game of the same invitation
Aieoolatlon. Ci.w.mton famous 5\.2 mile Sebring We extend to the public an
BUGAKAINAOI the office of
session. The boys
Wednesday, often evening to and Join in
DISTRICT Florida, on racing course have proven come
lI' I.1.l DRESS MAKING I Notice la h.r.by given that pur. January Ia1ned, at five o'clockIn disastrous for Moss, between had defeated once In regular with us In our annual Homecoming \ ,
Mrs E. Ronan 115 or 8up > afternoon, En.larn StandardTime
tailoring hoard
aunt to call o( the the season play
San Pedro. Itp .rvl.or of Sug.rlnnd Drainage for the purpose ofi brushed with the highway law- Festivities and parade Monday
Llatrlct and In accordance with 1. Electing two director to men, violations of road racing In the final session Saturday January 20th, beginning at
IU.U, Florida Statute. serve for n term of three yeara, I
FOR SALE S h.p. Kvlnrude: Fish. tteetlon mechanical failures 4 00 In the afternoon.
and regulations :
1141 the annual m tlnc of lb.Lanlownore and until I the election night, Harlem Academy girls
W. E. Bailey erman. Weedless, $80. Phone of Bu. .i:nd Drainage qualification. of their auccnea.r he has made sport page team provided many thrills for a

mRa.ar FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, YU 22891. tin r|*. Reviewing tha operation headlines for the past few years, jam packed house, as they wenton OBITUARY

7DMS printed with form for social security of.the. Formulating pant poor. plan for often eclipsing the fact that drlv- to defeat Bethune High Schoolof Funeral services for the lateMI.a

Inn withholding and other deductions. the eniulnc ,..ar.I. Jog an Italian built OSCA with Immokalee for the championship Johnnie Mae Smith were

Box of 500. dewlston REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATESpecial Tranaactlnauch other Bill Lloyd Connecticut ace (now crown. The team trailed by conducted Sunday afternoon at

News office U bualneei before the meetlnc may properly come retired) Moss won the 1954 Se one point at half time, but came 3 p.m.. Jan. 12 1964 at FriendshIp

Special Value Value Tour very truly, bring 12 hour endurance race back in the third quarter to takea Baptist Church, Rev. O. D.

FRANK DENMEAD, Realtor\ FRANK DENMEAD. Realtor CLEWISTON!: FEDERAL A8HOCIAT1ONCtl : 8AVINQB Just ten year ago this March. decisive lead and went on to Williams, pastor

FOR RENT Call YU BLUM & SONS PLASTERING ill E. El Pam: Ave.Clewlston 312 E. El Paso An .AND A. Jones LOAN. Secretary.CN The Saturday, March 21 spectacle post a 43 to 24 victory.Barbara Order of service: Processional
Very Best Work- Clewlstoa YU 2-S421 ... will bring to the
981, tfe YU 2-3411 411-Jan. I It. this year
Wilson, team captain ; selection, choir; scrlptpre;
You Money
We Save Le Mans starting lineup
FOR SALE Large corner lot on road to famous and Winnie Sheard suffered injuries Invocation; selection; As a
Plastering, Simulated Stone IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT \: the fastest cars in the
RENT-Furnished cabin Stucco Free Estimate 1250 acres of muck. South of country club. This lot is priced IN AND FOR GLADES only requests for in Friday night's game Friend Mrs Katie, Jackson; Asa

|nd trailers. Johnson Fishing and Insured dewbton. Fenced. 1125.00 per to sell and will make someone COUNTY, FLORIDAIN world. Because exceed the and had thought they would not Neighbor, Johnnie Fain-
Licensed far
Excellent Terms.Attention a terrific home cite.r PROBATE starting positions action Saturday, but medical brough; selection. B. T. W.
acre. see
YU 21181. tfcRENT .
P 25 Years In Business IN RB: Batat of number of cars that can be safely
I/HVIN_J. K1DD' DtreanedNOTICB : hour aid at the local hospital School's Chorus, Moore Haven,
Lora Street for this 12
3850 RE. controlled
OF FILING FINAL cared for the problems. Thelma Fla.; As a Student Prof. Robert
-: and S room fun Fort Myers. Fla. tfc TURN PETITION FOR APPROVAL endurance race, qualifying: time
boneIn Mrs. V.
broken resolution
OF FINAL RETURN ORDEROF : Mitchell suffered a Gamble; ,
shed apartment, Phone 31271.tic ED T-0171 or OX 4-2874 DISTRIBUTION AND PIS- will determine places and poal- the championship game Saturday L. Whltfleld; Nactrcma Federated

CHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR boas for the 10 a.m. starting night Other girls, while Women's Club in charge.,.
Notice I* hereby given that the
YOUR' CLASSIFIED AD here I Business Directory I underlined Administrator ha flag. Invites not receiving Injury, suffered The deceased's favorite song,

: RENT-Trailers and Trailer will be read by hundreds. filed Final Return Petition Order for Approval of Distribution of The Sebring circuit of the complete exhaustion in their "Holy. Holy, Holy. choir; acknowledgement

aces. Royal Palm Trailer' What have you to sell? Or what and Discharge of Administrator only the best; the cream hard fought battle for the cham cards and flowers .

k. Phone YU 2-2603. UcFISHERMAN'S do you wish to buy? Try one for ; that on February: IT Itll tn, world of fast machines, top pionship. An all tournamentteam Mrs. Talmadge Moody; solo,
at 1t:1I: ,.. M. he will apply champion road racing drivers
results. Phone YU 31201.IF the Honorable Jamee C. Foun fraternity of girls Included Barbara Mrs. Thelma Ziegler; obituary.
SEE US FORBOTTLED tale County Judas, Olade County. from the exclusive Wilson of Clewlston. Beatrice (class-mate). Rev. Leon Campbell -
Bail Bonds GAS Florida, for approval of said. that only such circuits a* Se
L. Holmes
ITS UNIFORMS see us first. Final Return and for an Order of qualify. Stocklns of Immokalee. Betty ; eulogy, Rev
Distribution and Dlecharie of bring can of Irene Warren New Bethel A. M. E.
Waitress, Williams Naples, pastor
Beauticians, 21
Nurses Service That's for Saturday March
24 Hour AppliancesSaleaService Administrator In thl "at. selected
of Immokalee Llnzle Rogers Church recessional;
Barber'sJackets. ;
and A. with
Maid, Doctor's Dated: fib day of January at 10 a.m. tor 12 long hour
PARADISE The only uniform shop *" famed Alitalia Trophy to of Fort Myers and Sandra pallbearers; flower attendants,
McDonald Bookkeepingand KRV1N J. KIDD. JR. the
UNIFORM Thomas of Moore Haven. No. 2 choir; interment Wash1
for miles around. LINNIE'S CM 4tl-.Jan. II. It, 101; the best combination of car and I

aliens for a vacation or SHOP, 1635 Hendry. Street. Tax Service ) POWER GASCORPORATION Feb. 7, It... driven.REAL > '! J tI Boys all tournament team ington Memorial.Funeral Home in

ekend now and a beautiful Fort Myers. Janltfo members Included Eugene Rob- Reddlck's

vily wooded John W. McDonaldImmokalee inson of Fort Myers. Philip Abrams charge of arrangements. 1

beach cottage or gper. ESTATE of Pahokee, Albert Pope

nent home in the near tIae. Fla. CALL COLLECT of Clewlston, Sammy Wright of Hilton's Grocery t
7V or 85'xlOO' Iota from: REAL ESTATE OL 43672WALDRON'S South Bay WY 04521BENDBY Special Values Pahokee, Arthur Williams of
S930 Phone Immokalee.The Groceries: Fresh Meats j
Special ValueBENMKAD. FRANK: DENMEAD teama sportsmanship
lied In Li Costa Isles Just ) COUNTY VegetablesCold
feather *
of PLANK Scatter awards went to Moore Haven Drinks Essential Items
YO Costa Island.county park on ClewisUe.tS J:. D pa.TD.NUl. Title & Abstract Co. 212'E. El Ease'Are. girls and Immokalee boys. We Appreciate Your Patronage

PRIVATE GULF 'TUIe Abstract*-Title lasaraaeerabUe Clewlston Fla. YU 24421 Mr. and Mrs. Taanto RUtes

PRIVATE BAY HARBOR BEACH! A complete fishing camp.Boats MEATS AND GROCERIESOpen Bteaeirapherraetoeepjrlac PERSONAL MENTION Proprietors
and fully itock- '
motor. to 1 DopUeaUac Small ranch with new home and other Improvements
drink machines 7 a.m. p.m. many The friends of Mrs. Jane
Win. H. ed with Bridge 5$. sad Park Are.LaBeBe .
been 250 acres on canaL Close to town.
etc. Boats have a3top.m. Kelly regret to hear that she
MOKante <
O. Bex
Fla. P.
Reynolds completely overhauled. Everything 1-22(1 I Trailer Park with new 2 bedroom home and over 2V4 is ill, and confined to Reed Hospital Harlem Club
in tip top shape Six Days a WeekCLOSED Miami, Fla. W, send "Get
lakeind acres land aU Improved. 500.00 per month income excellent
Your Favorite Mixed Drink
Realtors Well Wishes" her for an
1536 way
Broadway1: rap US Highway 27. ( EVERY TUESDAY) term, with small down payment Cocktail
5-2441 f
Nights WE: 8-2M7 early recovery and safe trip'

FORT MYERS FLA.uth Total price, 17.000.00 For Your Spur of Moment Picnics EVINRUDESale Two' bedroom house on north side near schools. Hard home. Fried Chicken: Sandwich

Four Miles East of Oewiston wood floors, landscaped lot carporte. Excellent term. William Beckton passed away Recorded Music
and ServiceNew
Beach in the Veteran's Hospital.- Popular Band
Bare Colored property in Harlem section of Clewlston. New lanta, Ga., after a long illness. Mr. sad Mrs. Wm WaBaea,

1- and Used Meter C.B.S. building 4,000 Sq. ft Suitable tor Fraternal CIvIc use Funeral services will be held I'repdetereJUUA'S

REAL: ESTATE Cattlemen rash Marine aad Hardware Aeeeaserle 9r! Church. Terms. at 1 p.m. Saturday in Atlanta.

tft Special'Vabtes Marine. Safety Eqaipmeatrkone : 200 Gulf frontage on SanibeL Priced to sell World fin-! Among the members of the
of dewiston
New I Y the One te eeaaelUab eat beach. Shelling etc. This property la raised for business. family attending
FRANK Realtor debt with a leag tens f am YCkea 24211 are Mrs. Beatrice Wallace, Mr.
rear law Interest rales. wiSh 2 lots on Punta Grids Beach. Local owner say sell now. and Mrs. Amos Beckton. Lewis BEAUTY NOOK
ItS E. H Pas Ave TO' 24421 has R. E. WALDRON Beckton. Joe L Beckton Kit.

For Bank WINDWARD Cay Bahama feels Mae Cue and Mrs. CassleHardy. For That New Look:

I land; !!! happier New Year *. wen could ponder the value. Federal Land Entire 400 acre Island with new 2 bedroom home. Pri- Mrs. Betty: Beechamwill Malta BtyflB Catting

od liter v J: ta tt wisely and no one need give you a helping lee ... Writ For prompt. Efficient: rate Marina, beach etc. A wonderful tax-free retreat one hour accompany the family.! N. ApoeiatBeata.

!from Miami. Mrs. Loulsaaa Harvey la convalescing Friday and Saturday

At apProprIate and Umely to 1M4 M when Spoken the W. L MAT Home delivery at home to the delight Mrs. Jalla Sale. Proprietor
rell Walcald BaJUtagBradenlea or THE MIAMI BELALDCall
of Teddy Bel Ml BDfDfl P10PE1TT
Roosevelt may be recalled: of her many friendi.

"Land is the basis of alt wealth." . FhrldaHATHCOCK'S. Bobby Giddens 'Alice Town. North BImInI. 2 bedroom home on water. j
Cost new 285,000, 2 years ago. Widow will sacrifice for MSMX ,-

Marshall Field put It even more atrongly: TP 2-nii ). Finest Tuna-Marlln fishing in the world at door ttep. 20

"?!"*!", real estate Is not only the best way. the quickestr AUTO SALES SERVICE minutes from MIami.* ELITE GROCERYGroceries
and the 18fllt wealthy!" SERVICE Lot 75' x 200' from sea to sea. 18 high at ridge. 212.200.BlmlnlAUce .
way but the only way to become RESTAURANT A Tampa Tribune
And advice to STATIONOPEN
added his own
10 uthethlnmc4.3'Wlil'Rogers : ALL Clew NIGHTWe sad For any of these extra special values call Fresh Meats School Supplies 4

I"Better C1l tile fsjy.tuff'7OIne1f lama H tend They aID" makIDI any awes Ft 'Myers Frank Denmead Cold Drinks Clewiston News


lit So in "h11e Oewtatoa 1 II Just growing op why: dont you to- William .Electric News Press ae,. Breker Other Items

aome real estate? 'You'll be glad you did later on. Wlraag Repairs AD 'AppHaaeesCeatraetHur' I Home Delivery YU 2-2421

I have, wer' toted W. O. CAMPBELL For Information Call TO 27MlILASSIFIED
estate meeerleal
r-ttflBbtf-Bifflamrtrm cf ml with
th Deal Realtor
nit 'to
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Eight THE CLEWISTON NEWS .s. Fla. voting machines for Eastern ley, John S. Cottrell, bank director panelists are! Drs. Roger D.

'lbursday, January 18, Ig : Hendry County and John Hog now living in Fort My Sugar Industry gives $50,000for Scott; H. Qullllan Jones, Jr.,
,* for Western Hendry County. ers, but a former resident of John J. Kreuger, all of Fort
'7 JIlt.... Daniel a Langley FAMILY
and Dr.
Superintendent Thorn Myers
arson the area, Mrs. J. M. Oouse,
was authorized to purchase and Miss Bertha Gram, and Mrs. Florida World Fair PromotionThe Naples.

Parkinson chosen Install 600 feet of marine cable, Gladys Stalls of Moore Haven Cancer education literature PROTECTORAbner

and 36 light bulbs and bases for The O'Briens lived first in sugar Industry of Florida Growers Cooperative have) will be on display and available

I the Airglades Airport Moore Haven, later moving to U contributing 150,000 towards mills in Palm Beach county.Mr. without cost to those attendingthe
Present at the meeting were conference which will adjourn
Clewiston and building a home the work of publicizingthe : Vaughn sent in his report -
Commissioners Parkinson, Nail
In the beautiful custard apple of at 2:30 p.m.
Nowling, W. B. Barron and state of Florida through the showing the pledging
: board chairman Gratton George; Clerk Clark ridge' around Lake Okeechobee. medium of the World's Fair In the $50,000 to the general finance

and County Attorney Carlos The house, which burned years New York, opening in AprIL committee, meeting in in ServiceUSS
ago was located on Del Monte Jacksonville Tuesday. Boys
.. Dickey. The assigned quota was raised
c avenue in a portion which has I
Harvard S. Parkinson :T< through the efforts of H. T.
,; was not yet been developed; abouta SHADWELL (FHTNC) -
Vaughn, Sr., chairman of a special
elected chairman of the county
commissioners of Hendry county March of Dimesis Saupe mile home.northwest of the Dr. finance committee. Mr. OBITUARIESServices Marine B. Hornsby Private ,First son of Class Mr.Richard and

s Tuesday at the first 1964 meetIng Vaughn said he discussed the
, i Mrs. H. E. Hornsby of 421 West
t of the board. Parkinson, After the death of Mrs. request for the very generous U
moving up from vice chairman, launchedThe O'Brien "Cap" remarried In 1934 contribution with the heads of Wednesday Ventura,aboard Clewlston the dock, Fla.landing, H. Vann

succeeds Campbell E. Nail and he and the former Louise all sugar companies operatingin serving home-
Shadwell whose
Clewlston. R. C. Nowling, dew- March of Dimes cam Webber became Inveterate travelers. the state, and all agreed to for Mrs/ Iva Hooks ahlp Is Norfolk, Va. Ph.
iston, was chosen vice chair paign was launched in Clewlston They toured Europe in a make a contribution of their port r .JAl

man. this week by John Corbln, chairman Cadillac limousine with a chauf share of the amount, which was Funeral services were held She Is now operating in the YU 2-5971

By custom the board rotates and Bill Holmes, cochairman four, running up 50,000 miles In prorated among them on the yesterday morning at ten o'clockfor Mediterranean. Shadwell serves Mw.embate
of chairman and a period of five basis of last year's production.Of Mrs. Iva u a floating dock and U a vital
the position to raise funds for the work years,--before : C. Hooks, wife of
't' an election is held at the first of prevention of crippling diseases travel In Europe by auto had the $50,000 which will be Audio F. Hooks ST.. who died part of amphibious landing opera- .114 11III Pans,. Uf.1E. I so-c-: .....

meeting of each year. y and birth defects. been "discovered" by American contributed, $29,000 will go to in a traffic accident Monday tIons. 4-- .ftd.J...:!.....

.. On request of Supt. Martin and Mailers have been sent out tourists He has written the Florida Development Commission evening
Jack Lewis of the Bureau of this week to county residents, several booklets on his travels. for Its World's Fair Mrs. Hooks was a native of

Indian Affairs, the board adopted and school children will collect Mrs. O'Briev died three years fund, and $29,000 to Palm Swalnaboro, Ga., and moved to When you have something to ship
a resolution endorsing construction dimes in their coin cards. Business ala and "Cap" continued his Beach county which win havea Clewiston 14 years ago. She is

of the proposed toll- places are displaying coin travels. He has made at least booth of Its own at the fair. survived by her husband, A. F. Remember REA Express YU 22141Pick
road from Naples to Andytown. containers, asking for the casual 78 transatlantic crossings, and All of the sugar companies Hooks, Sr., two sons, A. F.

Lewis told the board that the donations of customers. has circled the globe seven agreed to this division,-all except Hooks, Jr., Clewiston and up and Delivery Service.
bureau is building six miles of Everyone win be given an times, but still has the yen to the Glades County Sugar James Christian Hooks, Miami,
road from Big Cypress Reservation ppcrtunlty to contribute at travel and left Clewiston for one daughter, Mrs. Jack Rush,

In Hendry county to the proposed Harvard Parkln n their homes on January 30 Miami to start his 8th trip Miami two sisters, Mrs. Una
road, which will open Big when the Mothers Marco\ around the world. Feeples, Savannah, Ga., and
Cypress al a tourist attraction, of the new "South River Road." will be conducted by the Walker heads Mrs. Walter Boatwright. Paho-

as well as serve traffic between A public hearing on vacatingthe member .* Beta Sine Phi Since be started his world kee, and two brothers, Raymond
t the Dante Seminole headquarters road was set for the February sorority,. JoI.... James MePbiil travels years ahead of the big Christian, Clewiston, and Hewett .*

and Big Cypress.The meeting of the Board. U chalrmaa 6f the tourist boom, be had encountered FHPA unit Christian: Swainsboro, Ga. a

board agreed to meet Reports were heard trom the March, which will take place some hardships in the Rev. Henry Horrell Ford,
Veterans Service Office, the oo the same day as the minister of the Community Presbyterian .
matter of accomodatlons and Kenneth Walker of Clewlston
with Billy Osceola of Big Cypress -
reservation to work out Clewlston Airport, Road Super. Marches In Miami and Wr t restaurants, but takes "the bitter was elected lieutenant of theGlade..Hendry Church presided at the Thfs"Week's Best Buy
intendent the County Agent and Palm Beach. services, which were held in the
arrangements for lease of approximately with the sweet", which head unit of the Florida tif r* '
assistant The March of Dimes' Is a nat- church. .
agent and from the
10 acres of Air- is the prime rule of 'enjoying Highway Patrol Auxiliaryat .
County' Civil Defense Director.CD tlonal project and locally is Interment In ;Rldgelawn
their was 100'x IOT'corner( Bond and Alverdez
glades Airport land ass meetIng travels. On his "senti regular meeting last 1
Director' Kenneth Walker headed each year by the Immediate Cemetery Clewiston, with Pat
place for Seminole church mental journey to the Everglades" Tuesday '" .
was given permission tp set up a past president of the ttson Funeral, Home In'chare.
groups from all Florida reservations CD Booth at the Hendry County Lions dub. Several years ago however, he encountered Walker has been serving as with paving assessment paid in full

for assembly and other Fair. when It was difficult to secure none of these hardships. first sergeant,sine*Jr death',. .

J services. Clerk Dorothy Clark was authorized a chairman to undertake the He came from Mount Dora, of M. C. .Dpk.. W..Gr.rry, Services yesterday priced well below adjacent property
G :. The Board voted to advertise to contact R. E. Bun work Involved the LIons Club where be spent several weeks Clewlston retiring lieutenant

the abandonment of a small sec chard and to secure estimates volunteered to provide chairman by automobile being; driven was elected first sergeant' for Mrs. R. IngramServices
tion of the old S-T8 upon the re- by the retired chauffeur of
each and has assigned
for repair or replacement of year Other officers elected Included
quest of Mrs. Dora Daniels. close friend. He at Call for details
40 windows In the that duty Colts retiring president one Carey Ford, Clewlston, : were conducted in us
whose property Included both courthouse which: are rusted out, The plan has worked admirably of the new luxurious rooms at and Leon Reynolds of LaBelle the First Baptist Church yesterday .
aides of the road prior to the and for the "bricking up" of and John Cabin who the Clewlston Inn, was escorted sergeants; Don Pride l more,, afternoon at three o'clock:\,

straightening .and construction the old clock space in the court- was Lions president last year, on his journeys In the area by Moore Haven and Albert Rogers for Mrs. Ruby lone Ingram,

house tower damaged by the elected Bill Holmes to serve friends in comfortable cars, Clewlston, corporals. wife of Berry Ingram, who died J. E. BEARDSLEY
recent removal of the old bell. with him ias co-chairman: this and left with the T. J. O'Briens following a traffic accident
Glades Roofing Co. Upon the of S&M year. for their home in Fort Lauder- Capt. Jake Raulerson. Troop i Monday afternoon. Rev. L. T.

.AO Types of Laos and Farms and sugar request cane growers dale.. his last stopping place before F commander of Bradenton, Fagan and Rev Victor Turner, KECISTEEED REAL ESTATE BROKER
was present for the
Sheet Metal Work In the area, the Board agreed taking off on his eighth officiated.
New Construction or to negotiate for funds to erect Cap O'Brien back world tour. and Installation as were Lt Mrs. Ingram, 96, was a nativeof E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2.7501
Conroy and Cpl. Mike Fort Myers and came to Clew.
Repair Jobs signals on the ACL Railroad Local citizens, expecting to
Lowman of Ft Myers.Numerou. lston 26 years ago. She was a
crossings at SR-832 and Corona meet a fragile old man full of
Phone 2.7111 member of the First Baptist
Avenue and Hookers after 40
on Point yearsA reminiscences about bygone
Efenln .
Day or ,
Road, Clewlston.
days, were astounded at the .
cases Surviving are her husband
P. O. Box 1143
CLEWISTON FLA. S. C. Fry of Clewlston reported man who had a strong partin pleasing, interesting personality and one son, Byrl D. Ingram,
that a total of $406 was shaping the early develop- of the visitor, who was en- on city docket three brothers, Charlie, Dave
received this hunting season "I'm) hurryingfor
ment of Moore Haven and chanted,-not alone with the and Burt Green, Fort Myers;
from the sale of hunting permitsat Clewiston made his first trip past which he could well re Acting city judge Carlos Dick. five sisters Mrs. Frantic Watt-

the. Hendry County Hunt Into the area In 40 ;years and member-but with the astounding ey thinned a heavy holiday ion, Big Pine Key Mrs. Ruth the best '
EDWARDSPlumbing letter was amazed at what he saw. present and the fabulous docket last Wednesday by postponing Thompson, Fort Myers, Mrs. r
of from the
SRD copy to the Corps a of Engineers John J. ("Cap") O'Brien of future which he finds in Glades a portion of the case load Mary Grife, Tampa Miss second car

ItepairReplacements was read, stating that the re- Grosse Polnte, Michigan, now and Hendry counties.PERSONALS. to February 19. Gladys Green, Arcadia and Miss

Vised application for permit for 82, spent two days retracing trial Among were'Wm.those' rescheduled J. for Joan Green, Fort Myers, and buy inClewiston
Schmidt resisting three grandchildren.
In the Ever-
early footsteps
construction of the Fort Denaud
Installations, arrest and disorderly Interment in the Fort
glades, but he required a guide was
bridge was submitted Dec. 13.
Trouble Shooting A letter was also read from to find locations in the vastly\ conduct; Fred Lutzow', resistIng Myers Cemetery with Pattison at
arrett and
disorderly conduct Funeral Home in charge
changed communities. He liked
the Professional Insurance Corp.
"Septic Tank A ; Bill Neal resisting arrest
informing the board of an increase what he saw very much. and disorderly conduct; Ronald "Chuck" Wells
Specialty"Call In rates on the county With him on the trip were Coleman
disorderly conduct
YU 2-6711 employees hospitalization. The his nephew, Thomas J. O'Brien, Robert McColley. DWI; MathewR. ; Cancer education Motor

325 E. Ventura clerk stated that notices to this and the latter'a son, Thomas, Stanton DWI and careless Company"Only
effect were sent to employees on Jr. and Fred A. Flanders, sr., driving.
January 15.Correspondence. all of Fort Lauderdale. conference is setHow
Cases disposed of Included JoeJ.
was read Billle, failure to
from Dr. William F. HIll Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie French of-way, $30; Fred yield H. Green right, men and women who are per

I Isla I Gold I Hendry ment director County, Health informing Depart-the and daughter, Elaine, of Poland speeding, $20 or 4 days; Walter Interested In the fight against $10|

Oregon visited Ernest K. Noles. public drunk S39; cancer can contribute their services weekPlus
Board that he Is continuing Denslow', learn more about problemsof
Mobile Tuesday.Mrs. James W. Brewer, public drunk,
Home to secure a sanitarian to D. C. Boy of' Bristol $39; Thomas E. McGuel, care- cancer and become volunteers

i replace former County Sanitarian r *J' Tenn? arrived Saturday for a less driving $33; Moses Williams In the American Cancer Society Down Payment on these
Sales Hans AhlefeldtUpon winter stay at the Clewlston Inn, speeding $20; Wm. E. will be told at the five-county.
a request from the and to visit her son, John B. Brown, DWI. $200 or 60 days, District II, Cancer Education
SK SO BELLE GLADE Health Department that AhIefeldt Boy, and family\ license revoked; Gene Strick. Conference which will be held, Used Car

Next to Glades be permitted to assist Out of town guests who attended land public drunk $29; Charles Wednesday January 22, at the Specials
Ronald D. Burton, hospital consultant -
Bowling Lanes the annual First Bank of E. Sprlll, Improper start, $10; First Methodist Church !in Fort
in the regular resurvey
Clewlston dinner last Wednesday Emmett Smith, red light $10; Myers.
FeatDrlnr'ARMOR of the Hendry General Hospital, evening were Mrs. R. E. Kurtt Oliver E. Wetherton, red light There Is no admission chargeto ONE OWNER
Mobile Homes. on Jan. 18, the clerk was Instructed and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cottrell $10; Mequlel R. Anzaldua pub the sessions which start at
The choice of one of the largest to contact the depart- of Fort Myers Howard lic drunk $25; Islael G. Mima, 1.30: a.m., end an open invitation 53 Chrysler 395.00
I Construction & EngineerFirms. ment requesting Dr. Hill that
Kurtz of Orlando Is extended to all interested
and Mrs. J. public drunk, $25; Charles E.
Proven construction sanitarian
4 at Moderate Prices. either he or'the district M. Couso and Miss Bertha Grantof Sprill. DWI, $200; Samuel L. citizens of Collier, Charlotte, FOR THE! OUTDOORS
assist Mr. Burton. Moore Haven. Johnson, wilful and wanton reckless Glades, Hendry and Lee coun-

New 1963 ARMOR Specials S bedroom South. lease Florida for use of ParachuteAssn. a portionof Friends of Mrs. Mary Ray, driving. $79 or 30 days; ties.The 53 Willys Wagon 145.00RUNS
a former meeting will be hosted
resident will by
BO I; U feet be inter driving while license revoked, .
was renewed -
$3995. Airglades Airport ested to learn that she hag 10 days; and resisting arrest the Society's Charlotte County GOOD
t New 1963 Flame 2 bedroom for one year, and Campbell moved from Orlando and Is now* $100 or'30 days and 10 days; unit and Mrs. Leroy Feller, of

SO x 10 feet Hits. Nail was authorized to negotiate for- residing Nokomis, Fla. She I U Lonnie Brewer, public drunk, LaBelle, District 11, Lay Delegate 54 Ford Coupe 275.00
South Florida .. .
Used Detrolter 3 bedroom of additional barracksfor Still alert and agile at 82. at present m in the Venice HoesAltai $25| Billy Gene Hussln public director,, will preside and ?_

40 x 10 feet with 30feet usage an and other purposes.The Mr. O'Brien delighted In a real"Cook's Venice ITs drunk. 3 days. introduce Rev. R. a Chapman, SUCK :\
Aluminum awning IZS9S. storage Weekend guests In' The unusually heavy docket Fort Myers, who will give the
Your choice of all sizes and Commission of H. P. tour" of the area and of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carl was caused by the postponementof opening Invocation. Honorable 55 Dodge 4-dr. : 395.00
Small with
of residents
models of the proven ARMOR Johnson as Judge chatting who were her parents Mr; and Mrs"R. : court for Christmas and NewVearf Paul J. Meyers, mayor of Fort __ _
Claims Court approved.Ted were here when he and his B. Collins Myers will welcome '
BELLE GLADE of Lithia; Fla., and ,. the assembly CLEAN DOOR
Phone 996-JOli Gallo County Agent, was wife, Mrs. Marian Horwltx her sisters Mrs. Jeanette Clark v550ldsmobiIe..J
appointed as deputy custodianAUT6 O'Brien, lived In the area. Remade and Mrs. At 10:30
Marie Dr.
r Camp of Mul> a.m.. Newton W. l:: '
l the complete tour of the berry. They came especially to City'receives Larkum; Naples, president of 395.00EXTRA
Clewlston Sugar House, visited attend the Rainbow Installation the Florida Division of the
In the office building of U.S. services at which Miss Linda cigaret checkThe American Cancer Society will NICE

Sugar Corporation, and First Carlton was installed as worthy speak on "Cancer Research" 56 Cadillac 4-dr. '
Bank of Clewlston, and other advisor. City of Clewlston has received After a question and answer .. 395.00RUNS
locations. Mrs. J. D. Gunn of West Pain a check for 15.Z33.C18 from period, a new' film, "One Mullen
Among residents who remembered Beach spent several days 14 November sales of clgarets lathe dub," which stresses the GOOD

"Cap" from 40 years Clewiston to be with Miss Gervis, city limits. Beverage Director hopeful aide of cancer, will be 57 Ford Station
( ago were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hath cock, prior to her death and Richard B. Keating made the shown. At the conclusion of the Wagon 395.00

L. Stewart, C. V. Parkinson, to attend services. for her on distribution to the qualified fUm showing, L. H. Peterson, .
Mrs. H. C. Avant, J. E. Beards'lG Monday. cities in Florida on the basis of Tampa executive vice presidentof V8 WITH STICK -

Mr. and Mrs. Erllng Sonju will sales made In the city limits. the Society's Florida\ Division 58 Ford
return from Chicago, where she The $9.2336 returned to wDl speak on "The ACS-Its Onganlaatlow 2-dr. 395.00
has been recuperating front. Clewlston represents eight cents and Policies.: "

L LNSt pneumonia, and will move per package on 69,421 packagesof Luncheon will be served at 1 .* *
their new home at 120 West elf arets.Keating p.nr.n/ .and Thomas B. Metcalf .

J Wed. Thurs. Frt. Circle Drive. The Sonjus have said the collection In Ph.D. Lakeland chairman of Late Model New! Car Trades
Jan. 15 .16.17 been residing at Ehrllch's Trail. the entire state amounted to the Society's Public Education\
.'WHO'S BEEN er Park. S3.929.T14, and that the state Committee,win speak on "Keep. ONE OWNER J3.000 MILES

IN MT BED"SLEEPING Mrs. Thomas B. Owens spenta general fund received $$847.102 log the Public Informed. His 1961 Chevrolet 4-dr.. ...,oar. ',.,......-... .. Special \
f few days the latter part of while the remaining 13,082,611.73 address will be followed by a
Fun the week with her mother, Mrs went to the cities. Panel Discussion on. "Relation- ONE OWNER
Whole Family Katherine ship of Smoking and 1961 Pontiac 4-dr ............ .
Beauchamp In Lung Cancer .......... ...{ bargain
Buy but borrow hereto "
; anywhere
your car Tampa. Adult moderated by Dr. Joseph
pay for it. Our bank rates are the lowest Sat., Jan. IS Rev and Mrs. Bruce Beards; comedyfor K. Isley, Jr., Fort Myers. Other II CYL. WITH STICK

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available to the public. What's more, our "YOUNG SWINGERS" have visited his parents lor several Clewiston

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terms realistic with
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r FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONPh. Mon. .. Tues. Wed. the family will move to that \lo Little Theatre on Friday, Feb. Jan..9 _. 90 69 RN......
cation. The children remained 7, 8:SO p.rn. Jan. 10Jan. .. ,. ... MOTOR CO. Inc.
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'\ OVER DABUNG Mr. and Mrs. J. E. interest in. the "local" theatre
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LOW BANK RAT S DORIS DAY Mrs. Evelyn Nash attended.a following several years of In- 13 ._.,. 75 M .075 ........., &
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Fun In a honeymoon hotel Company seminar in Winter be a one-night only affair at Jan. 15 ,_ 4S31 ougarland Hwy. Clewuton

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