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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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>mP stc: ;. Guaran.'s.c.; aw,ffiJ-Su&,M Pat" Yam: -"gJWJSTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, 'FEBRUARY 21. 1963" 1-VOLUME 36 NUMBER t 8':\L;: \!


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FAIR said the owner who pat the following f j'+
COUNTY "I
HENDRY Nawas classified. bs last week'." arses* :,


FOR SALE-i933'ybrd.: Automatic1 .:i

trsnamtsaionradio; beater *.,. ,
door.Call YU S-36G1 after 3 p-m-V't; ,

t-v'-: 1tp//
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; "ri. .... the sink and refrlgerstor. -,',, ,A

NIGHT Both isles' were ,,
OPENS : NDAY made free the elasalfled adVT"1!.

hid tile saaa wh* pot the ".*....'. f

i lowtoa-adta, -I" ",'" )

I FOR SAIX-Ono,34M Sink wltti '

[ Rim and fitting One Itelvlnator'Refrigerator ;i"*'

130.. Call YU 2TOO.tfc. .-, i
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each prbe la effered. br the Parade. --.e' get ::...
1MB: THIS WATBaWAYliS 5 O'Clock "Yew wait ad .arel1t1. .,
for this trip ef two Ofceechebee Waterwayace here from thelutes results" salt beth .31." !
en
Chamber el Cesaawree J .. .h.. parse tnbuttUag the .*meTrees These were toe satisfied ';'

> on either bask add .. the beauty and serenity ., the threw i wen .f the "..aD. but t '

Mar CleW'lfltea.-((..... by Lard Kelly. mighty" want ads. '\. ,,'t i,

potion to seH.,. ;
II you have eaMthJag
Seek Name For Fair Week ', .;
Starts or a service to offer phone.

CIS Waterway Channel TV JMM1 today For a small ,,y ;

tarry sum per week' yen aaa' Bad '

At Clewuton (:- the boyer yea.. .seek.Jola ,.' ,"

s Anniwsarytary Nr at OewlatOD 'ii t'

Naming ef one of the moat beautiful ..."_ :. log the .I ,
L
this .sections' of the OkeecjtobeeWaterway Band oei ti tha Amerteaa Legtoa : !:,; xt
Club k> marks the 5Uh aaaawarsaryh la being undertaken by 1 .. ...'lfPI'C the groundsl ffy, ,J
'
founding of Mary la Chi111. tat* ,Clewiiton Chamber' of Com- Meeting. .. 11th ''

C 'FehmaeF ttV ItW srs.ce. \. ., Uveatock :' ,.
>. on' The 8af arlani Band Knudsen Warns ;
Carlos'Dto. ef tie to- The three mile stretch of water .. Monday nth >"
Ident Wr..day way starting one mile west of the .sent a concert & ; Opening-Pa. : '
:wa
laid s rnaeteg' -
club Clewiston Hurricane Gate and extending special Dwths .,
L. ,
rvance will 1'Mftl Just the Boating dub Asseetettoa la the.,. .. .IV' Traffic .
e there are .4w Mary cIuIIecountrie. past .tartIDI ail P.M.Mw .... 'b l school bands '

28 ., a. total.. of ",- picnic of rite admiration, hat often and been comment the subject by; Maarioe art*, **. e will honor Are Increasing :; k

nbers. (dent, anatMacee olsdsd.iEIs of, Hendry
theseThe.
and boaters plying
meeting / } copy
otary a :
'' includtac 'MMa Daa- ...,. 'snala bubonIness cif the I *e and at. the rib- Jeaeph Lester Eubanks, :The year, might b&la real "19- '
channel Is ne aahea ef .
Finnish, French, Mssah...Pis very wide' contoJned of trill be the head .... aeeg which opens TaartK TO A COMaUDE. the Oewistoa aarrieaaa gate enrebraary Safety If, more driver heard, ..-" :
: between .rtpp11n, band U hensebeat near
Chinese, ItjtffM .se n ...! .. ,1, Wore com- the died chard twomembers' the warnings which safety officers ".
ese, luxurious Australian arfes all n >>ers scattered tat lake la a brief eeremeay by "
ian.. *' "; 'It"Clewiltoa .se hilly :svclafloa .......' .......' rd members I, were ever cud Chuck Prater. of Florida Highway; Department;
Ha ? .a.' WHnized Plnee ,on its south bank'&lid by 1 clerk of drIMuperintendent. ef the CAP Sqaadrea.. Li.: Billy Deaaa give. Sergeant Knudsen who is'safety '..y,
te f ahtmmering Cajeput trees on the lsdld,. Wreath was dreaped ea the waters at the .entrance to the of the
in 1998 a*(*b** P saaav setrl, A Memorial 0 education officer
s, all business aMtMiaatoaaJof a ottb I shore. It Js ''particularly the Seven Girls Will' .....uee wQector super aewlstea gate.-WAPT.PHOTO.FISHATHON. .' State Highway Patrol for South ''tI7orlda
sJsasan to alrflrteg when entering from and Justices of area was the guest ( ;
comnwML
n esent the a crosa MVMI. 'ot!..tha weat approach'whlcb is ..virtuallywithout Compete For : .eI... P1,*. PolhlH, U parade. 1 er at Klwanls.last, week ; i

.- trees. And Nawau C ;' ( ... horn I m 9i a" V
business life.s .... pounded ;
,
f't A ..00 cash prize will be award AND BALL ;:3!
Ratrj hearer that, ttl* MP1'f811I
years hsgJM *
Its 58th .i" .JMMts organizatolni
..4 &. first submitting the '
nib ef dub person Seven r of the 'ar.. rltl 8l.
en* :
at the now
growing t0a also be la the Ia peaaIO I
bnaiassaai .
wfcmlng name for this section etbsiwaterw.y. ,
will comaate tor : "
:
in ftwraew eou girls
day dub In case of subral- of march. Wlthpubllc records to I
.' HaMt "Miss ..SuIUu4
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Bahamas, be focusei
s. reh attesMk* will
he startled
about of duplicate winning namesthe NITKA statements
d New Caledonia ,were. erga first submitted win be adjudged Nassau in the beauty Ike Yur4 fcbea! racing cw OPEN CHALO I wanians with, the l

d last year, ''th( winner. fiendry County Pelf .wttt kwaatorti by the Be "one of every nine persons : ,
week.
next .
Show
Entrain are to be' addressed 'to( I 11 Hf4j| Bkduranca Race. 'MOORS HAVEN This :year's sift "years of age and one out of| ,

: the oewiston'Chamber of Com The beauty'cotost I Cfa Milk"t from adjoin Chalo Nltka festival., a ,combination every four"rfwoni'noV" under,'tt'

Weekly Calendar' merce. Only one name may be sub Thursday.FebnMyry' $ Olada Qdja. j 'expetrtad, to.. of homecoming for former resHfcntr years of age'are doomed to die In

'Feb.$1iwr, ; Mttod by each* 'person. "IriWwlpe'to ,J. 4..aJJo;....... ,...'fishing contest to promote traffic-accidentj! "- r.1M'
urtday < tt i. Shows Okeechobee's unsurpassed l'/
'V MWeIr wl aivich Lake
00 Noon-LiOM' time the wmnlflg name will andQweslWHIaf.l the moment of the,Falr'i. bass fishing; and a tourist enter )<,'
30 p.m.-Garda Jane -Join this American Lt'loo- : .,
AnneMay and has been expanded
Society and MtatoiitoalL S d- be,selected, nC, livestock[ activities centei" tainment program .
in Joint caopad ety
and tneeMa'at'' ,1F\n! [ )Real Estate Newt tars and Patricia' .members >f,the 4Hand. Fu begins Friday, Feb. 22. WOMEN REPORT i' ;",1-
Clewiston. Fiabathoa angling contest
Farmer club., will occupj An all-day
. Methodist Association Church meetIng As Reported by Hendry County The Clewiston Elks .. places or* .the.calendar. will begin Friday morning OBSCENE,, CALLS 1 '
00 .m.-B.nd !!
'Tttle and Abstract c. tas sponsored .the ., < and a Coronation Ball is. set for "#
Band Room. James T. and Eunice' J. Sell successfully for ':SO a.m. ,at which 1I1e$ UK Chalo An obscene telephone caller .Is -,1
Ids", Feb. Hi in charge. 'The lie first eveniag the bee: named. -', .
Roland G. Riggs and again Nitka Queen will be on the loose again
to
00 -Rainbow Ciirt.Rummae conveyed show will be.ak).< Owner) <
p.m. the ;
has
arranged
of land mittee The flshathon. contest is local women have reported
parcel Several .a
E. Rlggs
/MI Robert the
Sale *t Wwsmn their animal in ,\
exhibit
northwest corner of thiSWVi Nassau for the three grand finale to a six-weeks anglingevent. receiving telephone calls of ', !
\ Feb. a in the the Judge* aDd!
tardy :at'AinseIiava of Block 23, LaBelle, Fla.,, in *e !contest-MW: ,ring before be Jude oi All. contestants who haveregistered an obscene nature from an unknown '.'':
Chalo Nltka- Cach.wiU '
)
Mrs. Wilmer' eight c'
I as (now a bass weighing to be
who pretends
today, Feb. 15: : ? 13,060, : .. Thelma K. Mood oar and Misses Dottle Quality of the aniaaal and the 'jM.JUDlTB pounds or more during the weekly) person si euryey" and has
D. and "conducting
Walter but .
00 Noon-RoUy q* 'a\\ .Inn ... fa> which the goner 1 "
Vicky Robertson of the contest, will have another ( herself)
and Mary S. Mood: phases identified himself or
Gerald B. even
and .. .
ftieaty Fab in the' Only
00 animal
:
p.m.-Hendry the Sib :
conveyed to Moody Brothers Inc., calved the altexpense the first chance to catch a larger with the Public Health Depart ,.,
Parade shown
Grand Opening eattto will be
FlaMWlHiara last year Mri< and take the grand prize for the j
,
Lot U, 407, ClewUtou ment.
,Recognition Block "
f
::30 -FarMjlip ar panying them as ., catch of the ChaW Nltka
... 1,2110. well largest Anyone reeetvtog these calla
at the cruise e y night the yoaagater
:40 : ......" Egbert Perry, conveyedto I the'This Yarmoutt.years pro.k .'dairy cattle and the sam D tY competition.. Winners of, the largest. tlahcaught to'' requested to notify Chief, ...
ShowYouYn' parcel ol laaaiedlately.
E. Perry a Whaler
William be fol Wendell ,
wW
,
for judging
basds7. Fe"2b ":" ( t ;;< land in the fffltt: of ''Section J4,. Asaoelattes,snd' $ .-- -", r- ', : Judy Bembry WinsC.H.S. In men's and women's valuable di A can to City Hall wBl gat III''Ioaek ,

::00 p.m.-Dea"| JM balled Twp. 45 Rge. 29"E. Hendry;Counter Inc.. AH Judfes'ln the &i I.'I'M _i will be presented tc I visions, will' be'awudod the ,titles. 'Klni with the ,.oc. threnfh.'
Homemaker prizes and earn Or dial 244M.I
Mr if. "' ,, s8.ooo. pMten'enterlng'ttst radte. "
"
pomp.-You JS. Deacon strangeri in" the. and Queen of the Bass Department ,
Gertrude PubUcHealth
7:30: Deter!,Oe*le Clifford,T. and of tilluntil 'ad rQ>>bc u a r wine be made SaVurday Tha'
conveyed Walter S. and will not lee any; .. wteners In eaeW Judith Karen Bembry is .These awards will has asked The New to state pub'If
Show at Fair
9:30: p.m.-Judto of booths and Barbara H. & ComrU, Lot 14 and they; appear, on ] '\ d" evening the JuigM.wIll I from Clewiston High ScbooIID tin ;during: the daylong festival lily that It ha* never conducted .'
contest Tike with a"amaf'fry"
the Search for toAmerican at I a.m.
log which begins
1o4Oewlalon Crocker by telephone.
I
Block Betty of
let M; le booths 1963 ansort survey
entries at Fakt;. lilt .. their awards <** '
;
Identified only by. children's fishing 00D0 .
: Tarot
redaesday. ..... If I. u, ...., W4.000. contest the exhibit builds .rf lax the Homemaker of Its work la done entirely. oa a person '
2:00: Nooft-Kiwaata : ,. 'Thomas J. Jones Jr., and Such The beauty aI'; Item, *ato.*4-'m' the row She,la the daughter of Mayo test and ends at midnight' after a to person basis and his work .'.1
: ti111sr-et ID' Amoy B, the largest attendance ,Leon Bembry;. street dance identified Anyone ;J.
7:30 'theHendry M. Jones conveyed >> .. ... booth i. and, Mrs. era are readily
p.m.-CaH OewWlday. sad GayneBe Mcdefiand conveyed ; at he fair and Is i oaatjserambla making e,9biknUy Juatth scored first fc. her scboo. ';,In between will be a noon parade pretending to represent the depart ,;:
.
:, '\ Let 1. Block 563, CUwiston: ,, peat this ;yew. The I' provide-JiisOiI en- in the knowledge and ttcHuda teet. numerous entertainment acts Slipgates meat oa any other basis la. aa impostor. \.
lob 3pt g.will '
,.
the' contest :are senior gbrfe. wrestling exhibition .by; \ *
2:00 TTnnu Tlniiillkjl \ ', .* tin;. tl.TOO.'Alooso ., IllmeDt as the yowagatet com- on homemaking given .
: -- A::Howled arty. ,!so there wffl ) and her paper baa. been ... Seminole Indi.DI'an4 midway. police number In Clewiston S f'Yt1
1:00: p.m.....Bes*. P |M| M tte : L. and;Jauone the Judging. .. in the effort to ..... it call Dec.4. oC Tha .
children.
,',""" Alfred E.: WUsoi during ailed tend in competition with those rides for -
'Fair "- 'WJ* I conveyed to ilkfe tie him. towlncainlwfce* "'Th IDry is 2.146.1 1"-; :
Twp The dewistoa ) school winners lei "Chalo Nitka" means ;
12
to Section 'BMetber of other state high '
land '
8:00 4 parceLof the fair. .
todff a '
: p.m.Rebekah Und Band will fwDIJb. by of the Bass" la the Semtnole Indian Aaterteaa LegteaiTiooperBU "J:.. ,
Fla .
-- 1 Y 8. Rge. J* K. Hendry Co., ..* are tuned loot i..4he ring statewide bosons.s' 0 -Jla the ,
Buddy Construction Co.. Inc.,,, tartest ... boy: given-00s anal to I 1 The State Homemaker winner recalves language and many Seminoles i
tIIoHBD flea three reservations 1>
:LARK, conveyed to Thomas D.and Mari after.tMm.'A1l parttteant. are a WX scholarship from .Florida's i.'f .

N A'FA2c RESIIItVE \ beta H..' Stiles. Lots 12'and U -J.U the rIe' ..w. of a 4-H orPrA group. General Mills; sponsor of the pro attend the .celebration'each :year.will ;, :":
award will be mad< Among them again this year
Block % Oewlstoiy Fla. 11,000. .Beauty Contest will be held gram A 1500 ; '
: IH,
Oewlton. second highest ranking be 101-year old Billy Bowlegt i-
V3 Sugar Corporation, Jeff NaA rsdy"evening. 'when. one of to the
amt been .
David D. ,ha* conveyed to Alvta J:. ey" lovelies wJi! I ha select- Homemaker:'of Tomorrow In UH oldest living Seminole. I
Fla.,
'signed to the 9M4., Air Force young: wa. Also scheduled to attend axe
state
and Joyce Fuller Lost 1S..14<<, W li{61'Trtle-Car/ for the title Miss Sep, of ". state. The school of sash .

teserve Recovery a utdna at. and part-of Lot U, Clewiston. Fla. wtoaut and two nsaiars.up will Her will receive a set of Bncyel WPTV television"persooaUUes' I!: I I
ialnesville I "* from ..
; Fliftgft. )Vfalor'L "" Jeffrey; 'Nash, It y+ 'aweekend k-4 toNs- paedla Brltaa 1oa; 7 T 1 l "Genie" and "Capt Bob" < lI'l

;hoate, e1k3Mr. scouts' Mrs. Evelyn K. If.... awarded' Cmto' This' State Homemaker wW their a4 West Palm Beach's. "Channel. 9 ato- ..:
h..1IDOUDe ...,.. .AIrIIIIaClark $1,100.Bred and his car M a.Yarmouth the ,will enjoy an'expepsepaUeducational Uon."Tbe; :
the flair and visors 'j
has, bees ........ia4oawlbs Playa Every." car, traffic accident be to given by .' Tto* gWs burnt New York OUST, Chalo'NHka: 'festival/now in :' r-

Medical ..thrSecii ... M'AtFa: k. Worth Saturday 'eompa fM Inunoka- Washington. D.C., and Colonial.WUanuburg. its 15th year, la sponsored by the ,
h ; .. Clewiston,two '
red a.at. M J+6t. Band of OewtatooWh 98 Triumph bad three from tUpji ate Va.'whleh wU cuta* Glades .County; Chamber of. Commerce. -
The Sugarland ) ass ;
Mrs. .. School win play' at the..BeDCoIIfJt1) other sir;'wtdtlrg I In the contort .. year.tatoat .to"with'tha naming of the 1W .,I'
He is when. % '' ,of Vt
eiearance. AllAmericanHomemaker .
>ftfItl'!end Livestock. show will .. gMaaatednight '
sly of.stiouu k-r taming eight. pertons. i .. "{ a ,
<
BMW 'every night nert week air on the <*& ato< kporr/w;; .L CAP.Changer
teheUrsa
,
*
Scott. bQID the rsw. sad, ,The nettonal i winner' !
,
Jack 1
of MmMd .$Baadmastor -'tsw. It a,1pu
.
Health recetrred's Staff Positions
WIlD
lush
.
.The. band wffl nan*in the open- ....youngsters ftnp ..*. will be raised to M.OOO. gas .aIf
pectlto aad '
Ine_.u.1D1 ; h'iw.r I_:parade lamday; !teveatog[ |nd. ,tkm lag.U.stMcaas.on tale each I preeent various. )in*>s ot! aavSffft gat., .4&lalrd'.nd rented fourth 14.090 place, $w4fr'fUiBg A change la staff positions of the
the ribbon cutttag ear ; ..wtit for the aullNllw..i '
at .
Th. wID plat .. )
His i Qewlstoa
= ,
-/tIi. brleflyibulde'tM'td'the' neck Htjwy. Met popula..aaa M aDd ..080 sehotarsh raped SrouotuthetCrvilAir .
I- and ...., Patrol
-j.ansb J Th started nine 1 .
calendar Lit ,." draw f. program k
fair
) .
'. : week t : wO aDd shock..Both b of and including this year; sea* aouaced as follows:
Tl ; band the biggest attendwata aaj: ego Evens from satet;
tin : wWck, ttMmUUoa M/8gt'.Doa .
*
seat'belt ; awards will ,approach
taIeBt0 eftUvet t at the fair. 4Themldway arship .
.kellclS.'ti musicar i Lt
a [ gaul add to aceideat olfieer operaUooe otflcer,
the gating;<*e at ... fjrtr tali ,dollar:, mark: '. ,
to pMsare ,
.. tile Fair and add. .-- h' s vmg the/! lives,'' \ ? tartar?. J Wayne Smith from operation otfl-
wilt be provide oca-
AltasxYlarbulont of those attending' .. treated ;at.'.x.M"' ; ear to"executive Icer..Dd Lt

.. .. ...... .... Frank. was with '.Southland assuredntpaab isalisiaiiiUao Church.,O* God I Curtlss Pollen from executive officer -

ass slat Cc ger- ,Fat woroon in slacks. ment and Jeffrey .kav sip tall best 1aM 'I Revival{ \ to safety officer.: 'i I
"'eonls .his ... \ A&.otfter/.poaWonj/ remain the
'bee.a fe+v.lealMlit lpt; r.ti \ .
Dcr. .j.: ,.,. .... M : =: bold d t u.rrw'T'ba' sereeabig ,..commlHas:
.. tisea. ..,;.v.ea.;.... 1stoh "j' '.Revhrel servtoe* will be Don Evans,, yers".must, glop white 4
1st KW Is U/Sgt,
both far
boys, God'.ach night
Sad fat women to stacks to earN I The On rlway opena tl$ S o>cIoekI the Church of chaltmaa; board members. Al/c driving puM of Ibsi high;'
wife Bead1111Dioc' : : Sunday alpfI1Ilr
; week starting V
"I"L ': these: Beth KeaaeaVa ., C UCaeJtM tabs Ih.
Ine I'i"' laWeTaaa ... lad is s..ller. ,.to FaH Uadardate" ..... tb. paste. Acv, Joe Celt Jaek BwL I LC. Rose'Doane.' Salta.Staadby wog. Gedi
aaltoa- .. r' Pt Lt
Wayne reef
alawt tat 1M waakend, :: : I t ea. p.vimimf.Use a aged. f

':JIIL.-. atwara aatot a pasaWtM alge '$*":>..'. oeaawrai M "' ; ride....at :PtaMhtog for.. the:.week ,:U..Jaaaaa w* '... .- or tbesbohstlerse! Isf -1 1euuhew I

* h.Teh.b. 14 11 'a- 0e. __ 3: petty 'a ISMS asanaMirn If,' .... dIDOttb of the may afteraooa.111laad ; slat service well be .Rev.0-1: .m. at eacli grin ,
a .cotaddeaea. of the present sge
molea. By bad" Ootomaa.;pastor '
tile
la ,
U .P ,Ml CaaaiaM aa always tea a >> aerrtce ead sold;Ay ygr6 ; ,Z
treated He" 1s-a'. youafhwbrother ataf
". ... '. who of God.
''eb.n II .. ''ng/haVaIl. .;i. e I John R ..than Fair offidali eapact at- Church The public G'cordlely j Invited 6(oeacb .

'eb.11 i__, _.._ t| M hem.slss. ,.........+: was paraats Dr.war ...... .. Ills *MH-i4MRk j (.( ] tlhrpass ,. 'I'M' sangeSstad at the Deal, aator.-Ills VaN. will and all of the meetiegs.LL ; V :

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"':, The Clewiston News lIt's History Now II ReportTo Rotary I

"ef President Carlos Dickey reported
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1'1 : Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, dewiston, THIRTY TEAKS AGO : briefly at the Monday Rotary
Florida by The dewiston News. Inc. a Florida Carpcn OD.'t luncheon on the International Dinner -
(Fr.m Cl. b4.s News,, Club February: a*, TdI nets of the iMlievers.Xts .
which the Miami Rotary
Entered as Second Qua Hatter :February 1. 1J27. at the Post j
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sponsored last week at EvergladesHotel Mrs Beryl JBowdon, PublisherThe j .tfoctriiMs are hoi*.
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Office in dewiston. Florida undey. the Act of Congress of March 9, Roe Fulkerson, editorial wittertor i JItI.
ee ts are
in Miami Speaker at the dinner Oewiston News, binding hs histori.
1(79. the Klwanis Va.uJ'Wu' ..true, and 4U ..
was none other than Rotary 1. .Central: Avenue i
BERTL, : BOWDEN Publisher RI speaker and C. P. HaIl1JDellteba.olHoDywood International'. president NltUbLaharry C&wUtoa, fwW ,* *.* ;* *.--ffSa

I Subscription Rates .. . .. $4.00 per year was MC at Kiwanii" ot Calcutta India Dew ftu* owdisn i U 1.be tints, end practise .k
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told Allow Rotarians ReeenUy t Ins fight to d
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The Red cross
chapter WM x
The IIIIIICJIWI of world hear me ,,of wr JVUJa VMesja- IOtitaga. fond to.lllppOrt ..
Advertising lutes on application. : that Rotary promotion It
with :Mrs R. T Patter.sae
... anted *
s peak *t ji lacsOf Wfof cocnfott to.ch.er US. It te '
Patrolmen lit
management reserves the right to reject any Mrs. X. L. Stewart., fellowship .to a valuable contribution '' !:rat
chairman.
objectiooal advertisement 0 !I' vice chairman: Art Lawrence secretary to governments In 'their aimtoward cWb .QIII.JJ\e\ AIl: SstePri: Y IIIJ'O e#. ** ', taut J'ilIrim' alt
It JM tOat
ft5ete
< Olebiglhways dtbj ia compass the
f. Ctavoted to the advancement and welfare 1. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee. DL.W ti. lULL. Jr. peace Kindle the spark aorta
: "TO* mao/, 'JW veM and .Ihe jChristtan
from within" was the theme ot his KlorMa,,and among
'; of Oewistoa *nd Hendry County.; treasurer.Two Jtoosked Jp ** bock
lat>Jw woo, jMtnuUse is
'
;, talk in which he urged Rotarians other Atecs l
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Business and : YTJkon >1101THSJ thousand five hundred visitors Dr. "HiI ected ......
Telephone Editorial. to Jive ',up to the four Way Test was 4Ws slogan tf Jt' : .. .--s and jLhe
NEWS aMa... DO rtapoMlbUlty for'the rctmra ed.e.ollelledaa..Mpt..r through had taken the sugar the free house guided due blurs the ..... ""' Pres. and fnate Rotary truly' a way Ior ''Goct D $7 ,co iii "...-1.--' il ditaalaaed. ,Qu1at Ja tin

STHB .MKWa.hol.Iraph.MOBIM 90 financial. mpoulblllty for tnecn.blaaJ l l mill started frukUng ia December. life**:them.Atieedtg coma |o jnian 4 jpeat deal ,*o e' i otg.owngoodlsiti
+ orrorc MmmUwton" U adr.rtl.em..t but If B un4 .f nek ...... b.for. .- Dr. Wm. F: Bin Jr. director*f as4JteJB: eould .airf *..Wmean U itlR Cod its srd.
dinner
.kb. <....t tMao .r th. paper will nprlnt eomctlr that Mrt of theNnttlr.m.nt Leo Burgnutn of Jaeksonvffie fate ,Chub and Hendry CountyHeattt the were representatives jreat deal Jto every IMmwntraveliagiheW -- jnemory, j rllh
k whtab... arras oeaurix. !. th..et a tlmo lMMt and Harry L. McDonald ot Orlando : tram every club .In a
,... has been *waysofJ**. *s t ltesataamebb. eeriest
would render tko cornctloa val tko N w will reduce tko prte were la Qewbton to attend Bepartments Florida except one ?aid Beach 1Gtti:
of tho adTortlMinoat br Itp .mou t squat to tho p.rastsg..f ..... total elected: .vice president of the Florida other .states Jf ;..lixy could .*x.wF -, Atty. praytrtulb. >
the stockholders of dew- club). and representativesfrom
p/a ea tti. areo or Jomltttd ropy repra.nl.d. meeting Association of County Health County heard Jhe various ,aDd Jax&e ,experiences 4* ,M mM. of wealth a pwadUi i
ides Motor clubs hi Canada the Bahamas
Company..Guleppe
Officers. Dr.-W. C. Ballard director of this .particular: A..... alary, aid river of pleasure iU
Gangzra fatally wounded Ecuador: ,Cuba and many
department and ** eves us in this life
will
ot the PineQas County\ patrolman as he spoke bead j
.
way
Chicago Mayor Cennak: and inJnrsd from other states In the U.S.
Name the WiltrwiyClewiston was named president told some of the tragedies he'had at the Judgment and be remit
kill Jour others,Rooeevett'ia In an Attempt to elect aDd Dr. Ed Smith of Jacksonville President Dickey said .'there are wtlnessed on highways as a result bend" forever It involves tile '
President
Bar secretary-treasurer. many Rotarians among Cuban of some traffic violation. eat responsibility rewards
has three-mfe strip of Jbeautiful tree-rimmed front: Park Miami refugees and although uV-y cannot
a I Dr. Wm. R. Stinger assistant director With,this in mind and the great greatest labor and condemni j
waterway extending from near the hurricane: gate westward to tTWENTT XEAB8 AGO of Dade County department, hold officials meetings as a club need for people of 'an ;watts d who trifle ,with its holy contti

the toot clubsite.2undreds. : tFresa OewfetM News.Freeing took over is president for the coming they love regular meetings at life to .have "God: As Their Co- 'I believe it-would be wen Uj
their
\ which they continue Rotary
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    beauty. When approached from he treeless water, area .to the.' : program for the meeting you tote .outline of some of the newspaper with a hope and i
    weather recorded The dewlston club received the
    included rabies
    was such topics as control many comforts decisions cere desire that ALL who tn
    west it is startlingly lovely. over Ibe entire lake /area. Joy the present status of encephalitis report of the past presidents*who precepts many etc.,{found'in The Book our highways. will remember i
    It Is time this strip of the waterway had name of .Its own. Mono general manager of the In Florida. and fluoridation form the nomlnatlnf committee,' of Life, known to us as "The Bible take "604.As Our CoPilot"we <
    H"k dedded the Gewtston Chamber of Commerce ,'and a contest sugar corpntw i.in. s4d the crop campaigns. presenting the names 'of Homer ." travel any highway Lives

    i to select the name Is being started this week. 1 was Ja such condition that the her :Dr. Aaron W. Christensen, assistant Bible U ,G. Vaughan Joe Ban book the mud of be spared and that life could )
    .This contains
    If you'd like to 'win a $ZS cash prize and help publidn: vest wouhJ not be disturbed. attorney general washlngtoQ.Dr. Gene gilder, frank Veltre Carl God, the state of man the way of our own.

    one of Clewiston's beauty spots submit an entry., It might be i Temperatures wore Vt at Ban- .,H.,B. Cottrell regional! health Hornsby .pod ,Carlos ,Dickey for life the assurance of salvation the laud Id. G! _
    ,. bow and 38 at Chiristsu. director Atlanta and Dr. ErnestDMrheL election as directors of the club
    the winning one. i for doom of sinners, and the happi- Jehi the America Ltrfaa-
    Moore cMef rabies unit veterinary next years
    The rules are simple.\ Write your choice: of name for jbe i Bevee'I..Mnisjrif. Met .. '
    represented W. C. pwhBc health section of Public
    by Oweo pre- 4018 the American Legion
    waterway- on a'card. Add you own name ,and address and. seated t UJ5. flag to the 8 lnM..>e Health Service, were among' the
    mail or deliver it fc> the Clewiston Chamber' of Commerce; Service. find.. lar use to the oflfcw. distiagtthaed speakers at the meetIng -

    The contest:closes March:31, 1963., ,' One hua*.* taaafarllMti )Jwtor heM,in Jacksonville, St. Margaret'sCard

    sad seaior sefcool! board, Parties
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    : high MainHs hajanastaM .

    Hendry County Remains Serene .trained ifiatruvton.COUI'MIIlIMIer, JM.Cross -JMI, .tile. American LtgtatOasrows -'- Member of ,st. Margaret,

    .
    Co-PfloU dub (wives of instructors Altar Society held their monthly

    : Much of the state of Florida !is now embroiled In a political field) was the social group at the *' Teachers Asociation card Helen parties Roberta on and Wednesday.- Mrs; J.'':Mrs M I c v a.
    Valentine
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    campaign; 'The likes of which has nevei been .:seen, in, 'the state week's; activities.:Party topped. the held. a*, open meeting to ,discuss Rider. were hostesses to..a ,group
    aieIiie with ,Elbert '
    before. ,. Stewart of bridge'players.. I
    i Signs of' the times a .dinner 1'.... and all other cJU-
    by statute of the recent special session of Mrs. Dan MeCarthy was winnerof .
    The redistricting = 1
    party.at.the Patterson.hems..wasa ..,.- retirement! .salaries, I
    high and C. D. Hlne
    the FHrda legislature triggered a special election set for February rote Jtfrs
    Dutch treat affair; each couple pror isg wire funds for textbook. '
    won the draw l1ze. The hostesses
    26th, with approximately one month for entries qualifying attending brought sr part of, the io drg awe Aads for textbooks served '
    !t j h .'i" campaigning. The tide of( candidates has been great, threatening menu, (device to lick:' food rationing ation and opposition to adverse Other,lemon card ole Sod coffee.
    "i ," localities.: Dade 'for has1I' .)' i i games were played.
    to submerge some county example ij legislation were discussed at the home of Mrs Charles Butch-,
    231 candidates for 13 posts, or an average of nearly 20 candidates w. 0-S e j :Mr. aid Mrs, Elmer Cox of Berlin art ,Mrs.:, Mike Vettorl won first

    :' for each legislative 8 Otl'! TEN YEARS AGOFrew 1 Germany, visited the C J. Mel- prize Father,Charles; second prize
    It t would appear that everyone who ever dreamed of becoming ( CfowUtoB News-, Mri. Jack ,Scott, third prize and .

    ,', a candidate, plus some who had never though of,it. decided New'' building Feb. 19 for *Health 51J) Academy ,, sons.Mrs.. ,Paul Griffith and children Miss .Patricia Ann Powers, the

    this would be a good time to cast: their hat in the'ring 'Campaigning was formally accepted by the ten ,to jets her husband in Germany consolation prize. The hostess sired '

    'would be short, and probably not as expensive as a ,after-:spending the winter chocolate Bavarian pie and coffee -

    ? c regular campaign; and since time was short voters would not -.1m. the Amerlcin Lefteo. 1 with ..her parents' Mr, 'and Mrs to her fuests. '

    .,. much and electing would be Charlie Fay.HERIWG .. ,<
    have time to do investigating, on a -

    ,,::' '...J more'or less haphazard basis At least, that's the impressionoutsiders I
    getHendry CHSWRAcnc; CLINIC
    county is unaffected by the change. The county

    remains with one representative,-and Charlie Miner holds that Over 550 Insurance. Companies pay' chiropractic. claims SUGARLAND RANCHFive

    ; ; position. It shares a senator with Lee and Collier county \ T
    and Elmer Friday for whom wa voted strongly in the last campaign Separate Facilities For l Colored

    holds that position. The senatorial: district was changed 417 W. Suoritad Bay, 1'VkoD 1-7111 Star Quality Brahmans

    only by losing Monroe county, whose loss will never be felt.


    ,; :. YOU: err: THE .BEST FOR LESS ',AT Scale and Substance 'Outstanding Kooa es


    {: :; SOS March, 10 CLEWJSTON, TRAILER SALES, Inc. Beef Conformation Breed Character .t e.
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    BB ,17 ,- Bncsrlaad Hwy. -
    j Hendry County will hold mother Sabin Oral Sunday on I
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    March 10, when the Type in vaccine:: will be given at feeding. Sac'th* NEW M r1 Ute, Van Dyke, and ,Es Good Disposition ,

    )\" stations set up throughout the county "ui 'e'c.va CoacsHee.

    \,... '/,. The'simple small drink of' liquid which is almost perfect I \ ..For the first time in, approximately fourteen: we

    {j' 't' protection against polio will be given .to hundreds throughout ; 1Ni'H70 J AiwbOM. ,:BATH &'. AISO USED years,,
    '/1/' the area on that date.. The selection was made to coincide with competed i in a major cattle show at the Sljate Fair; Tampa,

    ,p'"} 't" :-, Lee l H ndr county-Giades, because Medical the Society.W.Sprogram 4* handled by the Lee- 'We Buy Used Coach Florida: with seven Brahmans entered jn the three :age

    \ This' wil)complete two-thirds of the Sabin program in Hen- ... ,11gJ,1- 1 .classes:and two Charolais entered in the Junior: 'T arUng

    dry county:, /eedings pf/ the type n vaccine were given in No- ....- las with he
    following '
    1 L vember. ,There,remains: only Type I, to be administered; later, I results;

    No.date a been net for this. JftnaT dose,',but it is hoped it can be I

    done as early as possible to reach ,the many ,seasonal) workers i WN6LE CLASSES baA>$NAN'SHOW

    r 'who have received,their Type II gn$!:will receive t :Type HI.In me I iotrlei Ne. 1119153

    1 local program.. : a genlee 1'....... .das....., calved between : '. '
    i .s.
    "The work of organizing 1he mass f feeding will be.dene bythe'eaa1e July I and 1* II lHO "

    t "committees which'did such eMecttve'planning to 1he : ', j YaHor Btd1 Call, calved between First' and. .Second, ..'
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    fint feeding. 5- 1 arts *Dec? .11.1"1 4.
    Hrst. Second.. M*
    1 td, "'I .lea.., 1IefIe, ,, '
    Gait. I and DeileiNitweeo tind Tbiid'aau
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    a ( "A suggestion, presented through a Sunday Supplement trks ''Gla.. .Y -......f, ;t'\,

    ,' : m 1ne.Thisweek.hat: :) jhe Fourth/of July be observed ,with Ma ked Potatoes { '* 'Two. IielIs. bred and owned br eahAIW PInt aD4' re:: ',

    c bells ringing at the same time in,all 50 states of the Ui$on, la a Hot Dinner Red I I ,7.'a"F.., m.l.e" br and CIW1II4I1r.....' "*d "'

    s ,' fine 'tfeowjht should_ have support'of'citizens'!and..dubs: allover tter .. "I'ClaM tor'll ,' _., ii.r: :;". ,.
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    i One of our weaknesses in recent y'Me been failureto &mSf. 'See 4 .'. -vi '" ;,
    our ,
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    ', instfH I proper respect and pcrtrk>ttrvor,toward, the American. 1i:1td & 11ft' "- &' :: .
    government and its jnsttt>dlansi .. 582! : : ., .. ......, owned I.41" F.v":

    i ..< t'' Bell ringing,oed ,U agwaviog are' symbols which help us : "' : '. ", ;"

    I ..', "teach the young., The accompanying festivities gjye u,> qtyas H 11. .ChamI.' .. : K J J JMb
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    rsd.Y.Fetuuary_a1. t963 Ctowttton. Florida "THU. CUCWJSTON NEWS Page'ThreeRESTAURANT
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    Store Six Homes I w crowding him off tb pavement .
    20 Tons Of SteelIn onto the sod shoulder, from which
    the weight of the truck and it* 1: : t
    Are Being BuiltSix load puUed it Into the canal. There '
    r Ditch On US 27A was little water In the dlctb at that t tpoint
    new homer and a tore building Mrtvt ran
    hive been placed under eonItrucUoD -
    In dewliton since the l'h. e'tuilrarrai"kgdsC # tractor trailer outfit loaded The approaching driver did not 1
    first of tho :jreir. Records at the with 40,000 pounds) of structural stop and Hart doubted if M realized '
    CUjr Hall show 13 bulkligc permits ..v ,, s r'F steel overturned in the roadside, the other truck overturned.Hart w' 4
    have been Issued in 1963, said he it a regular drive/ en
    seven tt s'dr'a ditch one mile east of dewlston
    EST SUGARLAND HWY. CLEW1STON. I'LA. of then for additions or remodeling about 7:30: Tuesday morning but the Tampa-Miami haul and make ,
    of existing: ) homes.R. the driver, James t Hart of Tampa the trip three or four time every '
    Look at Fresh Seafoods
    careful thiscorkscrew ',
    1 extra on
    M. Cone Is constructing I CBS escaped 'wJtti only: minor week an .
    tore, building for Mr. Mrs Highway, for I know tt ;.
    bruUe
    and The cab to which h* was "
    Clams 1 Robert McCoJley of Oewiston a riding va* crushed a* It tolled Is dangerous. I was not traveling'. "r
    House of Beauty; ft If located on down the embankment Bart crawled fast when this happened. :\ '
    OystewWv! !' : $; '* Lots 1, 2. Block 3SS lacing Bond out through: a hoe In the. frame !;r.1 ,
    a I" it Street, adjacent to IDter-CountT; of the windshJoU "I'm the -Join the Aaoericaa Legto- -r I
    -II ,
    C!&: p I .'.:: .,::V ( Telephone System building.! only driver wt have who la aimed .1.
    ..
    ,
    ::; Fort Myers VlUal is building a enough to come out through that rA: tl
    rl:1 'V CBS residence for Dawson BJedsoe i'
    LB hole, he raid
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    '. .- on lots 11, 12 Block I', Del Rio PIZZAYU I
    ;.1' The tractor-trailer owned
    o
    wa*
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    Street Estimated cost U $14,000. t ', ,,1
    ;: Red Snapper! I by Florida Steel Corporation of ;
    : Gerald Betts .U constructing a 2-3311 ;l' .
    : Tampa. Hart told Deputy> Sheriff
    CBS home for himself at El Paso ; .. '
    .) .'." 1.1 : ; ii-
    Leslie Carlton that he meeting
    ti3'".,< H Sea c ps I I11W Avenue on lots 3. 9, block: 409* estimated 6IGHT-8KEUNG IN THE EVEKGLADE3 to a favertU fast-time with was
    a large two-stack Diesel truck, 4':
    cost $8,500. winter- ttoMer. Here Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schreck and Mr and Mrs. Susarland Pharmacy ; .
    :%,!H$:*'? ;- Alaskan Crab I A. L. Johnson is constructing a A. W. Jacobi et Goshen, lad. prepare to take a swamp baggy trip with which drove over' the center line, .,...(. .'\
    ; home for Thomas Stiles on Olympia ,Gorge Etpenlinft. guide at ClewUton.-STAFF PHOTO. .. ..., ., I ,"j
    l- Street lots 12.73,block 432, estimated e
    Catfish
    value ".000. I i
    Charles Oliphant is constructing :Sabring Racing i Car, Ford's Cobra,
    Glades Your Seafood
    lake Headquarters a residence for Richard T. Baker
    ton Avenlda del Rio lots 6. T. 8, will Sh w In Fair ParadeFord's The DemandFor q
    block 21, estimated value $16.000 Stocker '
    'Charles Oliphant Is also buildIng -
    a $15,000 home for William new Cobra, which Is With all of the Ford Motor Company
    Ross, on Royal Palm Avenue, on gearing to take win at Sebring options as to gears and pow Cattle Is Heavy
    lots 20, 21. block 138. March 23 in internationally! famous er plants, the Sebring 12 Hour 1 ., : "
    A. L. Johnson is constructing a 1* Hour Endurance Race, Endurance Race may finally have Buy Only Tho '
    home for Mr. and Mrs. Robert will be shown at the Grand OpenIng -II a contender against European opposition ..
    George on' lots 1, 2: block 175, E. Parade of the Hendry County of the past few year. Cattle You Want ";
    Pasadena Street. Esltmated cost is Fair here on February 23, according -II The Cobras, under Chief Shelbyare
    to Fred L Klngsbury, public, arriving in Sebring early for
    $15,000..Join relation Wrector at the race. I final tests over the actual 9.2 mile
    the America Lechm- Klngsbury' said he plans to bring grueling road racing circuit.
    the Cobra to Oewurtdn early in I Growing International fame of
    Low Cost Grain the afternoon, so ,Steal: residents the Sebring 12 Hour has each year GLADES LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.
    For Freeze Areas and visitors alike can have a good, increased advance sal of the spectacular
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    look at the racer* seating spot on the action I
    Feed grain at reduced prices was 'Already :Irving up to its name, packed corners with this
    years'
    made available by the U.S. Department the slash new''340 hp engine has ales way out in front, said Gaga \ Sides Every Monday At 1:00'' P. M. ;
    -uMltl111 of Agriculture February T to
    already set Us fags into other bury,
    ease feed shortage in Hendry
    sending '
    road
    American iftetag -
    cars
    County where the worst" freeze Hendry County Fair visitors will .
    them down to bitter defeat.West .
    since 1898 destroyed or severely Coast top tees in road rac have an opportunity: to pre-vlew GEORGE, YOUNG, Mgr. : ;
    one of the top contenders for Se -
    damaged winter pastures and grazing lag Ken Miles and,Dave McDonald J
    ireas" said Jack: Koran of Agricultural have already act new records bring the honors Fair the opening paradeof ,.... WY Fs0>. rape a.3sth Ot4e Beet j jr
    on February 25th.
    fi
    ,Extension: .Service, In the Carroll Shelby built road J ;
    Gainesville, -....11I the Aaaerieesi Lerle-. ,IF Ii Ii "
    Eligible farmers in Hendry the American Legion _
    County can bUt feed allowancesnow "
    through March 31..a date Band InauguratesUS
    : iii which 1s expected to coincide with I
    availability: ot feed In the next F1ac'ce'

    :JEEJ9] GJLADJIA'rOR][ .1s crop the season.deadline However for making, March application I-, The ClewUton High School "Sug- EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE .
    to purchase grain. arland Band" kicks off its new t.

    The Gladiator the first truck to offer passenger car smooth offered The CCC-owMd grains will be flag more display than 90 service American Friday'when flags will from our regular stock .
    thrbUftt county 'Agricultur
    ness AND'Jeep' 4-wheel drive traction. be displayed by individual subscribers ''I
    al Stabilization and Conservation
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    I Americas only automotive overhead camshaft engine (ASC) Committees. These committees In honor of';George WashIngton'p ... Has been placed in the Model Home oft:. I; \ i' "
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    'Jeep''ingfe selector knob for 4-VVD traction. will determine the eligibilityof Af birthday inauguration for the ,; j '" "'1 :., : ..:.::1'" 1
    a special \
    I Optional automatic transmission and independent Under producers conditions for assistance.of drought, display service, the-.flags will be 'KENDALL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '" {

    front suspension; flood, hurricanes.and similar disasters raised ceremoniously with a trumpet .:;' ,

    Choose the Gladiator J-200 with 120-inch wheelbase and 9-A. the Secretary of Agriculure and fanfare as the uniformed in I,., '

    .box,or J-SOO with l2 -inch wheelbase and 8-ft, box, GVWl I I available.is authorized CCC-owned: by law feed to grains make the bandsmen morning.post On the.each Cage succeeding early : !

    upto85001bisTEptN.mgrrvr.TitTrrotm' a J3tid'e t d, eligible farmers In affected holiday dawn,,.the flags will be raised See 'these lovely homes at Olympia' St., on Alverdez'Ave.":'
    at
    areas to help'.uataln cattle and
    .. ::::;;: service Is'
    ' \\'UIJlN--IIIIa..olhh.t tilrc The flag display a com '
    .... .. 1 other livestock.It and this fine furniture in its appropriate setting.
    4rM. ... ...lb... .".UIeI.IIIcI $ is necessary for producer to munity project: undertaken by the see
    band In effort to stimulate a
    show need for the feed when they an

    SUGARUND ,MOTORS apply at their ASC county'' office. greater to encourage feeling'the of proper patriotism displayof and Watch this advertisement in the News next week for'I.I.

    American' flag on'Ipproprlata -
    16 SagarUad Hwr. Oewbton. Florid -3.m the American terloaFRANK'S -*.
    occasions.To .
    I pictures and detailed information
    those wishing to subscribe.to
    the service, the band'provides a
    ! ; large American flag complete with GIDDENS FURNITURE CO.
    sturdy pole to be placed in frontof .
    the subscriber's: property on r
    each of the seven legal holidays.
    Market The flags are put up at dawn and Bond St. __ a-hx.fc. Clewistoa' Florida .. 'iI' 'i
    taken down at dusk. The band assumes
    all responsibility for,,care "'.
    cleaning, maintenance and storageof
    0 ,HOME: OWNED AND OPERATED ,.. 'the flags; a* well a* putting it .
    up and taking It down. The service I
    Is now being expanded to pro. I

    Ph. YU 34401 .. WE DELIVER. Ph.' YU 3-1401 vMe residence 8f for* .In mosnd dewleten.Tn Individual II I

    Sugarland Band te in the I
    midst of Its busiest year, .having
    w a made'over W public appearancessince (
    the school year began In Sep
    WILSON'S"HERIT 3tb. Can 634 tember, and expects to be Jut as
    a a bray the remainder of the :year.
    ....,....I'(I'Iri"'i.i"" "I.. .: .\- .. Next .appearance Is,at the'f ih!
    :
    Nicks in Moore Haven,.to be fok
    ,?' "' \) lowed MfeMty ai
    "I- & I "jl
    WEBBS > BRAVO '
    & .FaTEi. J& .:
    the R County .

    Rice ... :: j.. ... 3 fc. 53 Corned. Beef f ..12 H. can ;39% racing OewUton.carl.\ t' I I .... ".,, .', ;; 1..,

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    o ?ate'tww THE HKNDRT: COUNTY NEWS lLaJWDe, Florida __ __ Thurm, iebruaq
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    .oo..o..o. ..'. Internat'l. Dinner

    h.'" The Clewiston News lit'S History Now J ', ReportTo Rotary I

    If" President Carlos Dickey reported
    ::1 Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue Oewlston. ss+ .+ 1 briefly at the Monday Rotary
    Florida by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. THIRTY; TEARS: AGO luncheon on the International Dinner
    (From Clowbten News,
    Entered as Second Class Hatter February 1, 1927 at the Post Feb. 17 1133)) which: the :Miami Rotary dub February At 0963 ness of toe believers
    Office in Cle dston, Florida under: the Act of Congress of March 8, Roe Fulkerson editorial writer i sponsored last week at Everglades Mrs BSVJ0 JBowdea.) Publisher I Its 4octriues are holy, bat
    1879. for the Klwanls Magazine, wee Hotel in Miami. Speaker at the dinner The t:1e'Irk1t: Jyewa. MS** *re binding Its hlikrld
    !: BOWDEN. publisher other than Rotary ,true, end its a
    BPRYL speaker and C. P. Hammersteln of was none lap Central +Avenue I IClewiMolJ. decisions air
    Subscription Rates .. . $4.00 per :year Hollywood was MC at Klwanls Ilnte I tlonal.' president Nltish *1orWI) -to. :heed ,It In pe wile, tQttdorhe :
    Laharry of .calcutta, India. tkR: JIDfarNt.t.
    ; safe.sadBractice
    Club's first "
    (Return Postage Guaranteed) birthday party .b '
    told fellow Rotarians 3tpity u 'pr1yPolm Istts. W,tosllatet t
    ,
    A The ,Red Cross chapter was or-,: Laharry Jip j O dIrUII
    Advertising Rates on application.\ The + gassed with Mrs. R Y. Patter: that notary's promotion of world hear -oiw ,9'ur 7Jork\a J l h t$teP. AGO! t.o. auppod 4tcattatnr3
    management reserves the right to reject any N 0 son chairman Mrs. E. 1,. Stewart, fellowship is .valuable contribution : u peak t.* 3oc) ,Alvr. : to: jnh w III. It II Mae
    objectional: advertisement vice chairman; Art Lawrence secretary -governments ,In their aim club.on the ...;ubj Jt/.6: > .. d4 A Je 1I1IrIm'

    Devoted :>4,thIt, oIIteat,.,. .5 ,>pQot'J' C91J\P811. ie: ioi
    \;; ,, of Oewlstoa ;and Hendry'County.Telephone ; 170'" treasurer. from within" was the theme of his I ol11o.P4J shin!ea 111aW,mwoWl. ea'gedand' .the.chriatlan',
    : Business and Editorial: YVkon 4-1X01 Two thousand five hundred visitors Dr. Ha Elected talk In which he urged Rotariansto .,.. Jte ::1;( JtJWs: book paradise taMn
    hid taken the tree guided tour 'live ;M the .Four Way test: was ,tMs"Cod" of ".III : ... ;y ojKned and ape gate
    TBD. NEWS time.... no responsibility lortll.. return of unaolleltedm"UffHVm'jCW0 through the sugar house since the 4 a, iee.pres.Dr. and jnako Rotary truly,;' a way'of' is 111r coPUQt"; Aid .....:: M i*cIoaed. Christ is ,teto
    : ..I.."?e/110 financial) reiponilblllty for trposTmpMoftlerrors min started grinding in December: t '''. dfe Sow them. co_oW .pueap J .kept deal D bier ssldeet eMU'.on good bits
    'I kit.or next ommlMlon issue -of In the advertisement paper trill reprint but If Botlfled oorreotly et that aeh pert error.f before the Leo Burgman of Jacksonville Wra' F; inn Jr.. director .A Attending'the: dinner were representatives a4 tJ'It sure St ,celal ..l ....... .lsrid.. ., .tA ,Cad a. .....
    u advertfeMnent. 'whtah ithe' error CHlour'.... In the event a time element and Harry >L. McDonald of Or: the .ClaAts and Hendry County born every .club .in mean a, JWl Jo every jwsso.. .. .au .. ,memOl'7. u
    t would render tbe correction .&1..1.., tbe If... will redact the price lando were In Clewiston to attend I Health departments, has been Florida Palm Beach travl .** ,MI..... CNI' Jeet.
    of the pdr.rtl..m.nt by n -mount equal to the p.rc.ats.e of the total, electedvlce of the Florida except one = r4; A8Id
    .peas luttb..rroaa.euu' -.:mitten copy repretented.Name the stockholders meeting of dew- president County club), and representativesfrom other **4r. .hfif .
    talon Motor Company Association) of County Health clubs la Canada, the Bahamas heard 4fc various\ ,*ad I'..tossjtcperiences t esy-. i. AI InJ1th. lHS!
    .Guleppe Oangzra fatally wounded Officers. Dr.'\ W. C. Ballard,+ director Ecuador; .Cuba and many of this .parUculer: Away ,...! tary. Said ,* river. of pleanm i
    L of the Finellas County department patrolman as be. spoke aad..' is jovea us la this lit,
    the Chicago Mayor Cermak and Injured from other states,in the VA will peed ODB
    waNrwy Jour others ,in an to was named president ""President told some of the tragedies h* bad; at the Judgment and be tn
    attempt said there
    Dickey
    elect, and Df Ed Smith of Jacksonville are
    kill President A Bay Cuban witnessed on the-highways aa a result i bored forever. 11 !involvei the i
    .Clewiston has three-mile strip of .beautiful tree-rimmed front Park, Miami. secretarytreasurer.Dr. : many .RoUrlans among ,of isorne .traffic violation., 'I eat responsibilitar, rewards
    a
    Wn assistant di' refugees and although thty cannot
    .. % R. Stinger
    ., waterway extending from near the hurricane gate westward to rector.of Dade County department, hold officials meetings as a club With this In mind 'and the great 1 greaiaet Jab r. and condemw ,
    9WENTT' 35EAU AGO ,of all talks -of ww) Uifie ;with Its holy
    the boat club .rite. took oyer as president for the coming they have regular meetings at need for people cootaI
    rrea OewMea. News life to have ";God As Their CoPilot believe it would be wen ii
    which they continue their Rotary j(
    .Hundreds! boating enthusiasts have exclaimed ytafev'i
    'Jits
    let Feb. 17, 3MB) ," I have been.' lead to'.tye could be published in
    '' beauty. When approached from .the\ treeless Water area \to the I The ,program for the meeting fellowship. f your b
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    you thJa. ouaine, of some ,of he newspaper with a' hope
    iFnezing weather merited sod
    was incll.MledlclI topics as rabies control The dewiiton club received the i
    west it is startlingly lovely.It "'comforts, decisions cere desire that
    over 4he entire lake fey many/nany! ALL who tn
    sresu the present status of encephalitis report of.the past presidentwhoform
    Is time.this strip, of the waterway had name of ite own.: Morn. feneral mwteoer of .thesr in .Florida and fluoridation the nominating committee precepts, etcrfou la .The' Boltof our highways.. will remember i
    ',,}/ ; decided the Oewiston Chamber .of Commerce, and\ 'a contest I, ..corporation said the ,crop eajnpaegtuv presenting the names -of Homer Life" known! to us as "The Bi- take ....M.Our Co-Pilot" i

    ':f' to select the name Is being started this week. : WM ia such condition that the bar ,Dr. Aaron W, Christensen assistant Bible L. ,p. ,Vaughan Joe Ban, ble. we travel any. highway. Uwi u
    '., If you'd like to win .a $25 cash prize, and help publicize vest would not be dtttobed.,, a*.wa.y\ general, Washington Gene iltiSer Frank Veltre. 'Carl This'book contains the'mmcl"ofGod : he"nd that life could |
    one of Clewiston's beauty spots, submit an entry. It might be Temperatures WIN iff at Beo- Dr.', R.Bx Cottrell regional health Hbrnsby red Carla .Dickey for the state of man the way of our..own-"
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    .' the winning one. .- bow,;tu+d .38 sit OiiiiiesHiu: director Atlanta, and Dr. Ernest election as directors of the club life the assurance: of salvation the Claud lot C.__
    Durfcel cMK for next doom. of sinners,_ and_the_ happi ....Je*. the American Lerksh.
    Moore Haven's ,Malc lodge rabies unit veterinary :year; 1
    simple. Write choice of
    The rules are your name :lot Jhe .
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    public health section of Public
    represented C. Owen
    by W. presented
    card. Add .and address and -Join toe American Letton
    > waterway- on a" your own' name : a VS. Dug to the Seteetfve Health J Service, were among the -
    : mail or deliver it t to the Clewt ton Chamber' of Commerce Service Miners: for.use in the o#ke. dlsttofuteaed speakers at the meeting "

    '.".'... The contest-.closes March ::31. 1963.. ,' .' new'huodresl at+weriftve JwOor heM in Jacksonville St.; Margaret'. .

    j : ., '- Wad. 'senior hisb 'ste/eai. bean school board.. .. .Card.:Partle.
    ftNt.ere courses under Bed Cross .*eln the American
    Legion- '
    Hendry County Remains Serene trained {nstrvetors, ... 'u' 'I Members! 'of s( Margaret'
    { Co-Pilots Club <((wives of Instructors '. J. Altar Society: held theirs monthly

    i' k;, .' i uch'of the state of,Floridq Is now embroiled In a political ) was the social group at.the a._,< :}(: ,,Teachers Asociation I card parties on,, Wednesday'Mra. ,
    field Valentine Helen Roberts andMrs. 'J: '
    a : M
    ; Party topped the .
    held .. .
    campaign; "'ithe likes of which ha neverbeen'seen'inthe'statebefore. .opta meeting to discuss e a
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    Rider hostesses'
    week's activities. were '
    'a group
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    ; S. lafMattoi! with Elbert Stewart, of -
    bridge"players:
    ; The rediatricling! statute of the recent apodal 1 session of Signs rot the times a .dinner repsee1Me| and aU other citi- Mrs. DaaMcGtby: was winnerof a ,
    part at the Patterson .home 1WK r t
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    retirement, .aIariel. '
    ;' the Florida legislature triggered a special election set for February a Dutch treat affair; each couple, funds for high score and Jdr..''C.' D. Hlne
    S )" 26th, with approximately one month for entries qualifying attending brought sr part of the I Pofrere,f Dds for textbooks.textbook. won the.draw prize* The hostesses

    I : : blmnpot: n1nq. The 'tide of candidates has been great threaten menu' (device to lick food ration. .lion and opposition to ,adverse served lemon ,pie And coffee. _
    s .w ing to submerge some localities. Dade county for example has' ing.,) legislation .were discussed.: Other eanS game. were playedat

    231 candidates for 13 posts, or'an average of nearly 20 candidates .s ,"Mr": .Nfl )ka. Elmer Cox of per art.the Mrs.home:MIke of Mrs.Vettarl Charles By first tcfa-
    TEN TEARS woo
    AGO
    for each legislative seatl tin Germ..,. visited the C. J, Nel 'rather
    prize .Chutes; second
    (From Clewston : prize
    News,'
    4 It would that who ever dreamed of becoming
    appear everyone
    Mrs.
    S Feb. It, M53) -> sons..Mrs. Jack .Scott, third prize and
    a candidate plus some who had never though of it decided I New building for Halem 'Academy .. :Paul Griffith and children Miss..Patricia Ann Powers, the
    this would be a good time to cast their hat in the ring. 'Cam- i was formally accepted by the- left to Jeto: her husband in Germany consolation prize. The hostess served
    pcdgnlng would be short,,and probably not as expensive as a I :.after r:spending the winter chocolate :Bavarian pie and coffee -
    regular campaign;; and since time was short, voters would not I ,-Join the'American terloa. with her' parental Mr. I land Mrs. to her guests.

    have time to do much investigating, and electing would be on a I Gurtie PoVfHERJUNG

    )........J more'or less, haphazard basis. At least, that's the. impression .
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    outsiders get.Hendry I 1 '
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    a CHWdPRACnC5 CLINICOver
    \\V., ,:,;: county is unaffected by the -change. The county '
    >ti'. remains with one representative,-and Charlie Miner holds that I ..530 Insurance' Companies pay chiropractic. claims SUGAR LAND RANCHFive

    l" >, position. It shares a senator with Lee and Collier county, I ,
    >. and Elmer Friday, for whom we voted strongly In the last campaign Separate Facilities For Colored'41T :

    holds that position. The senatorial district was changed W. Suyariand ...,. TvkoII 1-7111 Star
    ?i..Y; only by losing Monroe county, whose loss will never be felt Quality Brahmans


    I : .. t YOU ir''l'H.t..BmT;. FOR LESS ATCLEWSTON Scale and Substance Outttandin Bloodlines
    ,:[ ;i SOS March. 10 l .
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    Hendry will hold Sabin Oral -
    ; County {mothef Sunday on ,

    March 10, when the Type III vaccine will be given- at feeding See tKc.lNiEW Ma. et e, 'Van Dyke*,' and Es- l J ,Good Disposition .A.

    ;, stations set up throughout the county, i 'e'iCoaQbe ,
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    ,. -i- The simple, small drink of llqukl which is almost perfect \ e. 'For the first time

    protection against polio will iiNLkRbOM, .;BATH *:,>.' ALSO USED : in; approximately fourteen" years, we

    I. the area on that date The selection was made to coincide with .. -. competed! in !major cattle show at the State Fair Tampa
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    Lee county because the S.O.S ,program.; ,Is handled by the LeeHendrrG4ades We FJorida with
    Used
    Medical Sodet Buy Coaches seven Brahman entered n the three-age

    'I !,' :This will+ complete two-thirds of the Sabin program in Hen- ... \-v.. J JSf5e8:and two pharolais entered in the? .
    : : the No.vember. -. Junior Yearling
    vaccine
    dry county. .Feedings pf were given in .w. .
    ,r1: There .remains only 'typeU I I. to be administered later. t With ,the following'results I: '

    Ko1dat0 has been set t for this Anal dose, but it Is hoped it can be

    done as early as possible to.reach ,the many seasonal workers 8BJGUC ..OIAS Js .JMUOBAJOf' ew'Oa.
    who have received their Type Jl ipn will receive Type.HI In the 'mn1$1 He.

    .local program.. .entries Pta_'

    : '"-" "The, work ,of organizing'the mass feeding will-be done by a lenlet Yearling Hells calved between ,' < '., v '.I(. ,> '

    '".,... the.sgrne"committees which' 14 eHec1ive'plann1nq- in die ; .J .....July. .111I I sand caU Dec ealvedbeliween l lHO' < I Plrtt ,and_ Seee8d .'
    first tJ feeding ', ,
    ,Sept. I and Dee..J. 1"1. < > iI I';3 .
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    .J Cax. calved ,. ,.
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    .' ,t lfleedtfl.R FRIDAY&: SATURDAY i o( BLy 'J31, lirl .;PYe i end 'JIWI.! :,,:t.fri' ; .-

    (. : ., l ; -.. ;. 01 eOre r ,CLASSES .. .AHOW, : ,};,..1;,... .4. ,;
    'I" Golden Brown'SoutKem '. ;. ......j .
    FrJeJM ii6e Ne.
    .." A suggestion presented through d.'Sunday Supplement r +C11_ ..
    Retries
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    r 4'magadnfl.JhJayfeek/JhatJhe" ; ;: Fourth'of July be observed ,wtthf .. lsotoes __:.a ("Iu.; .Two ..., > ,1
    bred
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    ..\1 f:;:;bells ringing at the same, time in. all 50 states of !the Union, is a Hot Dimmer Relk 7' ., :- 'i Tn Fbmales. bred aDd ""IIBtd ...........: 8nt'..r.l&Jl a,'aw+'I i
    ...: fifte'thought It> should have sprmnrt'of';ctlzene'and dubs alOne j, i t 1Falr: .. of calves pyp_p, Qaip I or '11 .- ..
    ,; 'over AjRerkxu / j '"'- JO.fJ :;. ,.'",
    weaknesses if ., '1 1 }-,. ., ..... t tuio ...!..itelllat Ia'I I"'" ,,...d.. .:
    f of our in recent years has been our failure I I'OCuce ., ,.. ... ,of ,.'i,.! ". .. '
    t'"' tp Instill l proper respect and $ "efcrvprtoward' the. American ,. ..r'tJtllfi"t t .1- ,Ceti.. four ..... b.., a ae aIM'; t J1\\Ir;.'' ;1;' .

    : govemmeht and Jnstttutions. to be J'eiIreIeMed, aD owned \ ;'or 'f..b,1 \. ,
    ':., :'l Bell ringing and ,flag-wavlng are symbols which help us : i e- Hor, S eDCt I Iai I "' ". "" ,.'
    b '
    : leach the young. The accompanying ies vities, glvf us.oocwien !\ .' r. J JJ
    -,' express our..iwn'paWottc seaL.. tCMmpis.... AwM : : '
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    Every organization 1 Has an Americanism :committee, A'Ct: "m' f> '" .'..- ...(]o "" > .w .' :&. .,. _

    :pac( : u r n=ed committee,'through which such a project cart bi i Z; '' ..'.................:":.:,.:.lT1 n-.JI: .... !TJ ". .'l-fJr, .. .. rr

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    ,\\h.' y bells do we have >in Qewisfcn &&i+&& :jon i 0. S'" dk : J% ''

    a reedom Bell Ringing? '. ... ", !' :.r.vr;;' W axed 'o._ : _:__ 'ly "llslr ipg : )he

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    I1ii $ is fit look 'that 1naIh certdeneland' d' :
    WIMIIier''rit eirdl. l rnt tttlketyalnlYee.etwa; ...aoIMe 1w .

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    Florida THJl" CUEWISTO NJW8: Pap Three 'I

    21. J963 __ ,' oJ"
    Y February f crowding him off the pavementonto
    ---- ,Store Six Homes t 20 Tons Of SteelIn the sod shoulder from which \ '71\\'
    the weight of the truck: and 1t. '
    IRESTAURANTEST toad pulKrf it Into the canal. There, )t
    Are Built little water in the girth at that t.e K
    Being titwrr ..ax4'Id Ditch On US 27 point was '. \.

    Six new homei and a stoat building The approaching driver A4 not : ,
    have been placed under con- outfit loaded
    A tractor trailer and Bart doubted If he feels
    trucUoa In a wi ton since the with 40,000 pounds of structural: stop ized the other truck overturned.- ,
    first of the :year. Records at the steel overturned In the roadside Hart said Mia a regular driver on '
    City Ball show 13 buildlpg permitshave ditch one mile east of Qtwlston haul and make
    been issued in 1963, seven '; lu t ,y d e K about T:90: Tuesday morale, but the the Tampa-Miami trip three or *out times mryweek. ',: t ..
    CLEWISTON, HA. tat additions or remodel of Tampa ,; .
    SUOARLAND HWY. of them the driver. lames I. Bart 1 am extra careful m this.
    log of existing homes etcvpedwttfr ttitiy; minor corkscrew highway, for 1 know It.,a I
    Look at Fresh Seafoods! R. M. Cone is constructing a CBS raiset. The cab to Which he was .:is dangerous. 1 was not trivet.ng. ; "
    store, building for Mr. and Mrs riding via crushed a* It rolled this happened" ,Ii $':'
    fast when
    !> '' Robert McCoUey of dewiston down the etnbankmesit Hart crawled tlJi..iiJ;}!.
    Clams House of Beauty. It Is located on out througH a hoi in the frame i "
    Lots 1, Z. Block SSI Oysters! .,ra''I\,.: i.ra ; Street adjacent to Inter-Count; only driver we have who is smaS 1

    ( ; _. ." Telephone System building. en'ough to come out through that
    Sll +Vii ; Fort Myers VlDa is building a ,or..! M said. \ ,
    "if: lI1 1C \:. CBS residence for Dawson BVedsoe PIZZA: \
    owned
    \" The tr totr&ller wa*
    I.. II. \ on lots 11, U Block 16. Del Rio of
    by Florida Steel Corporation ,
    .. Street Estimated cost is W.OOO. Sheriff YUJW311Sugarland
    Red SI18.per! Gerald Betts is .constructing a Tampa. Bart told Deputy __
    Leslie Carlton that he was meet.Ing
    : at El Paso
    CBS home for himself IN ,THE EVERGLADES I* a Inertia past-the. wttfc Diesel truck Pharmacy
    ,, { GIIT.alSlNG a large two-stack
    i !' ;' Avenue on lots S. 9,block! 4Wt estimated and Mr. sad Mrs..
    Schreck
    :?' *Scallops! dater........ Mr Mr. sad Mrs.Arthur which drove Aver' the center line
    -, HV::I ,;. 1 cost $8.500.constructing a %. W. Jacob .t lessee Ind. preptr*U take a swamp baggy trip with '
    : "' > ,Alaskan Crabl! home A. L.for Johnson Thomas is Stiles on Olym. sere ......, guide. at ClewUUn.-BTATT' THOTO.Sabring -- ,\,,ifJJ(

    pta Street lots 12.Y3, block 432. estimated : rt':,
    Catfish! value ",000. Racing Car Ford's Cobra "u '
    I Charles OlIphant Is constructinga Demand"J

    Wake Glades Your Seafood Headquarter.JEJEP9'G1ADJrATOJR. residence for Richard T. Baker<. In' Fair ParadeFord's The; .
    on Avenlda del Rio' -lots e; T, Will Show For Stocker r.
    block 21, estimated value 116,000. f I
    Charles Oliphant is also build.Log new Cobra, which is With all of the Ford Motor Company Cattle Is Heavy ;
    a $15,090 home for William to take win at Sebring options as to gears and pow '
    tearing
    Royal Palm Avenue, on the RossOB March 23 fit I tM Internationally famous er plants ,
    lots 20, 21. block 138. 11 Hour Badurance Race, Endurance Race may finally havea Buy Only The ,I
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    A. L. Johnson- is constructing a will be shown M Ike Grand Opening contender against European opposition ;,7", .:':i
    home for Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Parade of the Hendry County of the past few years. Cattle You. Want ." 'If
    George oft lots I, 2. block ITS. E. February 25 according The Cobras tinder Chief Shelby .
    on
    Fair here "
    Pasadena Street. Estimated cost I.i to Fred L. Xfcigsbury, public are arriving in Scoring early for f I Iro'
    15000. relation titeeetor et the race final tests over the actual 5.$ mile
    plans to bring gruelling road racing circuit ,,' "
    AsnerUa Ioep..o.Low Klngsbury avid h.
    -Jota the
    ; the Cobra to 8 nrteton early in Growing international lame 'ot CLAMS LIVESTOCK MARKET ASSN.Sales .
    Cost Grain the afternoon to vR cal residents the Sebring 12 Hour has each year I
    and visitors alike are have a good Increased advance isle of the spectacular
    For Freeze Areas look at the rac r.- seating spot on the action
    Feed grain at reduced price wa 'Already living up to. Its name packed corners With this years' Every Monday At ItOO ? M. 11 f
    I made available by the U.S. Depart- the sleek newt'9W hp engine has sales way out In front, said Kings- '.,
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    1 meat of Agriculture February T to already set its bs into other bury iNor. >/.
    Dd. ease feed shortages la Hendry Am.ncu'road rating cars sending Heodry County Fair visitors will Mgr. ; :
    YOUNG
    County where, the worst'' freeze them down to Mtter defeat have an opportunity to pre-vlew GEORGE ,
    since 1898 destroyed severely West Coast tep aces in road ran one of th. top contenders for Se- ..;
    damaged Winter pastures and gracing Lug Ken tiles and.Dave McDonald bring honors in the opening parade wt NO" ***exeJWIe .... Bert '.
    areas, said Jack Boron of Agrlcultural have" already set new records of the Fair February: 25th.JeU .. ""i I

    Extension Service to the Cam 5IWbr. built road .' ,- _the deserter ...,..*- I,
    GaineaviUer.
    Eligible tanner t in Hendry -Jelalb. Amertoan Letl**-

    ; PTiii County can, buy feed allowances: _i ,.
    : now through: March 31
    which is expected. to coincide with Service
    next
    'IJ availability": feed In the AMERICAN FURNITURE .
    March I. EARLY
    crop season. However; ,The\ Clewiston High School "Sag-
    is the deadline far making application arland' Band" hicks off its new i
    to purchase grain. flag display tervice Friday when regular stock
    .will be from our
    ThecCGowaed: ftrMns titan 50 American flags will
    The Gladiator lithe first truck to offer passenger car smooth. ottered throUgtt tounty. 'Agricultural more be displayed by individual subscribers .' in the Model Homes of. .' '1'I I
    Conservation Has been placed
    drive traction.America's Stabilization and honor of George WashInfton' -
    AND'Jeep' 4-wheel in 1 ,. 0 :
    ness .. :
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    Committee These committees '. : "
    overhead camshaft engine ASC) birthday.As '\ : .
    automotive lit' '
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    only the eligibilityof the r..
    ,will determine .pec1allM\IIU1'ltioo for COMPANY
    a / CONSTRUCTION A ,
    knob for 4-WD traction. KENDALL '
    selector assistance.
    'Jecp'single producers for display service, Use;flag will be "
    .Optional automatic:transmission and independent Under conditions of drought raised ceremoniously with a trumpet -) q \ .
    flood hurricanes and similar dis and fanfare as the uniformed :
    front suspension, asters; the Secretary of Agriculture post theflags early in ,j
    and 7-tV bandsmen :
    Choose the Gladiator J-ttO wlt finch wheelbase is authorized by law to make morning On each succeeding '
    box,or J-300 with 126-Inch wheelbase and 8-It. b$x. CVWl \ available CS C.owned feed grainsto the bolidsy. the flags will be raised See 'these lovely homes at Olympia'St., on Alverclez Ave. .

    .....,...... eligible".farmers in affected dawn. ,
    Upla 8600 11>1.,....._.. and at I
    /tfj areas to help' sustain cattle The CH display service: l to a com- and this fine furniture in its appropriate setting.
    , \\'In"--.I ..... oU...... other livestock.It munity project undertaken by the see
    time ......IIIt.UMt W is necessary for producers to: band in an effort to stimulate a
    show need for the feed when they greater feeling of patriotism and the News'next week for -
    MOTORS apply at their ASC county officeJota c: to. encourage 'the proper display Watch this advertisement in

    SUGARLAND( of the American: flag. on'appropriate ', I
    Bturt_ the AanerUaa Lesion occasions. pictures and detailed'information..
    CVwUton. y "
    E. Sugartaad Hwy; ,
    to'auMcribe to
    To hose wishing
    the tervice the band' provide I t CO. I
    large American flag complete with GIDDENS FURNITURE .
    sturdy pole, to be placed in front
    of the subscriber's: property,on '
    ach ot the seven legal holidays. Clewktoa, Florida>?t ,. .1
    F'RA"'NK'sGrocery The, flags are put up at dawn and., BoadSt _, -- A., ? :
    The band assumes
    taken down at dusk.:
    all responsibility for care,,
    cleaning maintenance and storage.

    OPERATED i''' of the flags; a. well as putting it
    AND
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    ,HOME OWNED IIIP and taking It down. The service r
    is. DOW being expanded to pro ,
    vMe Rags for mos and Individual

    Ph. YU 3-1_' o WE DELIVER a Pk YU 3-1401 The reatdence Sugarland: In ClwJten.Band is in tin

    -. midst of its busiest year, feavtei ,
    mad'over 20 publla appearance 8
    .r since the school: year began In September I
    n63. and expects,,to be Just atbwy
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    WILSON'S JUERIT .su,. the remainder of the year
    Ket appearance is,'at,the'(a.MaNMa i
    & Moor Haven.to be foVlew :
    .... -- ,", -' 'lirc anxaraacM |My'.''a'i i.COMfltP : .. .. j js
    .Sere tOewlston. I
    BRAVO tfe, ftAry '
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    ,( Thursday. February r,
    Pare Four mm HENDRY COUNTY NEWS l.a&ite FlnndaI ,i iM

    I L Ladies Of Lake .

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    d. Sports Shop ...,............. 55 ,
    US Sugar Corp. "-_....... SO 33\\

    Hare Lumber .....,....__ 4i '
    Parkinson's .._...+..__- N 4. One. Stop
    Toggery Shop ..?_ U 49 :
    Glades Restaurant ._:;.... 39 49 '.
    Old South Barbecue,-.._. 38 50
    j Wilson Lumber :.__. SO 52 V
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    K9e'P N I Individual-High Series

    'PoQyMcLendon ,*.__H-I--........ 438
    Eleanor Kehoe ..,.,.?,.__._.... 438
    Charlsle Wilson .?..-._...... 433 Service
    Dora Belcher -...---:..,._. 430 ,
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    Indlvidnal High Came

    ___ lose Nesbltt J.....,-,.-.*-"'c.?? 167
    COLE MOORMAN GARY MOOEMAN Oora Belcher :..... ?,.....,,..?..,.,. 1MCharlsle JACK L. BRANDON '

    .! On Honor Roll On Merit List ;Wilsonirn; _, ISO -. : -

    '" Cole Moorman, ion of Mr, and Gary Moorman, son of Mr. and -Join the Amerieaa LegUm- OM DEAN'S LIST ........'"1. .."' ...r'lr\: !; :
    tars, A. L, Moorman Jr., is a student Mrs A L. Moorman Jr, has been '. '. ;:
    at Monte Verde School, Monte promoted to cadet private first AT UNIVERSITYJack '. ifr
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    Verde, Florida He has been placed. class at Georgia Military College. Club Note L. Brandon, son of Principal -r n. '
    '
    on the honor roll of tea school MffledgevUle Ga, where he Is a Country and Mrs.James E. Brandon. of ;', J..: : Printing of J kinds .jjtiX
    for Ml grades In academic studies student In tha ninth grade Gary By TERESA ,STANTONA ClewUton was placed on' the I: ,. '
    and for his grades la the work was the only member of his gradeto Dean's, List- at the University pf t",.. : .. ,''i";"' -"" :) ; ,. ,
    at the school. receive this promotion. He has lovely fashion show was-pre South* Carolina, at olumbla,"for ',( ? r
    program consistently made the merit lien sented Friday for Ladies Day at the titst semester, /- : .; {, Letterpress printing in any size_ :>:r'quantity.We. can
    at the school and.has' been designated the Country Club, by the Toggery The Dean's List is composed of ,

    _Jala I'the American Leglon-> the best-dressed noncommissioned : I Shop with Mary Lou Owens narrating students whose academic standing I'' also handle register forms, continuous. forms for
    J officer on several. inspections. : in all subjects: merits special recognition. .' ,' ." ?I' '"...'r.\ ".

    Modeling in the.show ,were Kay ", ,: ;..'- billing machines. If it's'printed"'we.cam'4e k for>r youquickly
    -- Owens, Carolyn] Owens Jamye Young Brandon, who'graduatedfrom ;. **, ':
    fczelle, Pat Baker and Chris HowelL ClewUton High School in 1962 ., ; :- ,:': }"//V .
    h Land Grab Causes Shift ,:..: and economically '. ::', :-< ; '
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    Cuban Although most 9f the fashions enrolled in.the School of Pharnr. ; :"
    I I shown were of. the type which'!. acy ..:: ? : : l
    : L. < t t Zf;
    Bahamas )would be worn for sports such: as .
    Vegetable ..
    To Growing n. ,
    ." ., 1101 ':.. .
    golf' some very stylish,. street ,,-i Jam the American LegionNaMtw'Club ...' '' ",..
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    noted ship win dresses were Included. Gets 4 -' Engraving- '1," ,_.;, .. *-." '." -;..: .: 1;. ', if
    Weeks three .
    help ofT $
    '' With the inadvertent 'I Winner of the Low' Net Tournament ; J. '* ._ ?\ ":,i". ",JJtd "
    Fidel Castro the men pf Florida's bring 700-809 wireboond crates .! was Bonnie Durrence.,with, a Kiwano Charter ., ; f"" l .."*"*!953 .

    farming! Industry are forefathers proving, that they, I.t dub' caataloBpea week throncb I*..WI'eHAb7 February.: I net 39. Bonnier score without benefit f O N, PitteD, president of the We handle wedding : announcemenF.., wwtotions\, ,
    like their'htatorlc of handicap was 445. She probably '
    r' local Kiwaai* club, has received < *V'" S-f*
    who'c.n
    are rugged individualists back Scott-Mattson Farms will also:' thought that was a horrible information on. the chartrefng t of V personal or business cards or any other, ;,iwpe. 'of' engraved -
    conquer adversity" and come harvest its ,first honeydew melons score after her' resent 421 LUeh the! "Klwants. Club of Nassau, Babamas ry|" :' 'I -JM '**f I ,jV...
    stronge than ever later this"'month In ,Haiti Other Florentine won the low putts prize, ; wtl.isimpreesive. ceremon ".. I stationery.. ;;1 ;' ,, (i .1i', '
    when :' : ,
    Castro Created the problem Tomorrow is : I
    the big day-our ?
    tr .
    products grown there and Import.of ies. 1I6a""1st the second Kiwanis w:
    he gained power in Cuba in the through the Palm Beach port Invitational which win include Indies club loeasdioutslde' of the'North ', Ax!.fT"ft. : : : i ;" ,
    '
    'k summer of 1959. One of his first Include cucumbers eggplant, okra from Lefalgh ,,Acres. BeDe(5lade American ctnfnent The first first rv" ., ,:" ,; .< '' Z'tt I,,,;., ",'
    seize the major farming \'t: )j ,
    y acts was to and ClewUton.,'T1, e'.evntwill of I.r t, '
    and watermelon. was la the state Hawaii \
    lands, ostensibly to divide them be a "Best Ball, Fourtome". .FranMM ',:W. Summerhayes.Brantford. .,,,, '.,:' RubberSta'm s- '::" : : :fl!}. j 4,1. ;
    among the Cuban peasants who Scott-Mattson owns five converted shotgun style. :
    ;
    ; Ontario, immediate past : ;' ,!it:,
    had been the backbone of the revolutionary LCI's (landing craft Infantry), In the City Championship Carl <'of the ..._. 1 (. ..f'i'I :
    gurmux I Ontarlo-Quebec- '
    ,movement. equipped with modern"refrigeration Ferjara has advanced to the final Maritime Kiwanls District: which 5-day service given on any'?kind fof IreJiiijgiJita-rnp.:
    arc The land. leisure was' a severe equipment to,beep tireeene''heproduce' in the chamjjilimahlp Sight. by. UUM uio<.l ih* new club,'presented .. ." "f\i'"t..in" ,PjKSi y'>$',
    blow to many among (rile enroute"'trom.ttIelalands winning hit match wffii .Earl Arm tAe charter to the Honorable Asa '.. Signature stamps take little longer'bat .Ota txj se-
    Athens Florida 'truck' laymen to the states.. 'At times the old. Carl will now;play the winner R., Prltn. .t4 president Of the new ., : r '. .
    ,: \. iwht for many :years had grown company ,leases' top. to five. additional of the match between Pat Morgan groupte a retired speaker red ., ,
    :, ,!t .eropa In Cuba thtt eoaldn't be ,ships and Jack Redteh.In of the'Efcorabk House of Assembly i; .. ..c ,. : :. :

    \ (, produced 1 In Florida daring. the, Won ,first flight SM ,Crochet .of tie Bahamas. \ ,":,
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    'f-'if'' (colder:.,winter month Join the American Legion.. will play Dr. Shupe and Joe''Hem InternaiioBal President Merit H. ..
    their Cuban dry will play Bin Prewitt. Cecil Turhcer of New Mexico ,
    'Forced to give up was speak-
    s.;: operations, these Florida farmers New FCD Contracts Parkinson has lost to Jack ,Martinez tr.He,commented! on the current AJvsrtisingoffered ./r .
    .and Warrel Howell has won ;
    ;; responded in typical American tra program of Interna onal expansion -. .
    dition. Moving to new lands-in from Harry Vaughn Jr which btgao less than a year ago .
    :" this instance to other Islands to Top $5 MillionTwo In the second flight,- Bobby Bet with .the chartering of the Klwsnis .: .' to'you through the Clewiatpn News;>If.your
    "+1'f" southeast of the Florida peninsula ner beat Ross Egnew: and will not club of .Tta Juana Mexico, first :' ;' r
    .. the above $5 .
    totaling ,
    contracts play the winner of the,Doty-Nigel' club Canada business requires reaching i the ::"market ,this is
    ;t'. -they launched rebuilding pro- million have been let by the U.s..Ann' Miller: matem. Probably the moat outside' : and the U.S. mass ,
    ''t i,' grams and Quickly rebounded. of Engineers In Jacksonville ; since Kinanli. was organ'zed' In *
    i Corps *
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    ... ; exciting match found Gene Hough
    i .7! ;:a One of these was Scott-Mattson for construction of projects ,} squeaking through .over' Campbell|>1 15. told'il, kiwaniant"through' your .headquarters for' a' "single',adyerJwem R j. 1 "' grow-shlpper: or.ganlzntion Central and Southern Plot Tucker the : ,
    0// Farms a large in Id-holt ,
    Pall in .bai'tle. Gene
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    ''''( on Florida's east coast 4da Flood Control District. a ,International extension; continuous campaign :. ; < ,, ,. :*SMpfesf '
    will of fet *
    not play. the winner ;
    ... _.:with\ packing houses at Fort Pierce' It is our privilege; to assist In a .
    and Potnpano Beach.ScottMattson Lat.erof: the two contracts went Doc Koch-Charlie Oliphant fr.,. small way toward, the solution of V V. V :" ,.l,* '*

    ,.:,. had farmed In' to Western Contacting Crop. of Looks like. we have a future"great" the greater,problems of mankind? ,w'. : ._: ,)sy4anr.", ....FR
    12 pre-Castro winters Sioux City,.Iowa for $4.118,200 It in Johnny Weather, whoa brought about by.the collisions, the '
    .:;.:...))0" producing Cuba during primarily tomatoes and calls for enlarging another Smile had a birdie 4 on number 7: differences of opinion and the j jstresses 'j: Direct Mail Service- :" '
    section of the Caloosahatchee Ely.en Hate to tell tm Charlie Wlesen- and,strains of a truly International ( ; ;. '.
    aCuCUmberl tt
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    cametummer 1959, Castro is( part of the Okeechobee Waterway feld 1 but when a ,fellow can shoot, world,, in the making. nj'1'fy *
    Then ), from the Alva Bridge In 83 or better with ]ust; 4-irpn 5-', May out philosophy which v **
    : we
    and land seizure.' The ] circulation Eastern is
    .fie has largest Hendry
    County
    iron and to
    anal problem" Lee County upstream to penaud inHendry putter some firmly believe is the rightphilosophy .
    "It was
    CouMy.The Iowa firm sub, tellf,He did it twice; ton ? multiplied thousand-fold ",. _.
    Weeks a Scott- / a by '
    b nays Ey packing konst and milled the lowest of seven bide on ,Wes Allen surprised Gene Hough the efforts of mum jike ourselvegln : ''We offer a direct mail addressing service*f or'your

    tMsttae ""beeaus this fee Job. Price. NMged at_ high'asM9 a week ago by Moping in a B-e.i countries througjk t"the ,world ;.;.
    '
    V .:' 'sale Cuban manager farming was essential million.' Iron shot on" wiiabtr, 7 for an eagle, may that phttMopby ontrlbtued? i/. ;/ 1,, printed, literature.. !Reach, every: home w 'Clewiston
    o ., .3. materially,towwd a better We for ',, ;", "" .
    ; U our year-round epersUon.r cubic yards of Wlllard \ X '*( ".ltjjI.v PT:, ,
    Soma 13,680.000 Doty bad"a frustrating
    vary "
    ,"However our officials Immediately all the years ihagd. ? and ,rural 1 routes t by'using ,
    material will be dredged from therlver..uown' HUM recently, when ht : One hundred Florida Klwanlsn Jt:: our son ecially't prepared
    to reset our sightandthe : ,"' r ''' '. ( "', '
    began '
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    Canal as a
    V ; as l chipped In OB twq holtt for birdie ft 1 L
    and.50 from:Jit.Canadian '
    winter after Castro : sponsoring 1"' :
    ; very first Central and Southern ., rnailing'I1et'Ratt gladlygiven'
    part of the and followed each with bogeys.Lett cII.str1ct.WI. and,, guests 'IJ requeatJPictures
    cornn Florida Flood Control Project Although all get ready for the Uc brought the" .
    aN/Muaoa at
    + the
    I the Calonsahatqhet River date Club March"1Mb i .
    athe. Country
    ceremony to set;{ ,' I' '-4
    1,1': lug from scratch. "i' Is a navigation channel, it Is being '-"the annual' Calcutta.Join Among 'gifts 1M"IeW I \ .' .
    ;, ;Scott-Mattson moved first to deepaAod._ widened asHood r Js V* : ,
    Great Abaco Island,'.teen expanded : .control: pre Mt Sew ?*t the Ike America Legion-, < club was a A. ''Sterling \ .

    j to Andros Island, both in the dredged,. mtUrial will be used to HalL Vfi[ a paat'-: "(4 !
    a + Bahamas group. The?first ecops build earth. 0htt along the water- croon of DUtriat, lj Extra :prints "of I pictures Taken 1 by the News'St EE
    and a [ Jack from
    operatise at:Haiti torn For Fasf Results
    from a new Ry..1be contractor will b* required

    a' been first of brought the year.Into 1 Florid'_ since the' to r'the.Job! ,In JO iREADandUSEtcJHEWANIADS l Canada representattreet e dfcrtriet, .' Jn may be secured. Please place orders as soon 1 88'J> possible *

    forced exodus frOm''' Cuba months ) ,-Join the Aga.ar il LtflonPNOTICT -, : '
    The t' after aken"or
    is
    ..' i't picture appears i in paper/:
    resulted not only ilL new farm land Kenneth. thud Construction. COM.oTMtTbrnvM I j\t .
    i, development, but ante In addttton Mai. :was,awnMHd. 'i j :+! .f : "'. ;!f' ,' rl'1 A ;no ,
    > I" ., ,, .
    of new crops. FCSmey'aedye': a M.Wi50 contract for conrtnwtton PEGUIARLY l f -" -; '
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    vegetable producer. Scott-Mattaoa' of a fourth leek and card I'IRIf Lpsraa.Fyy. I' "
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    commodities the Klsslmmee River. The Central ;
    has now added fruit on Subscriptions; :
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    THE CLEWISTON'NEWS X -
    1 A C'ljlt ef weeb ago a and: Southern Florida Flood 1

    yt tt, '[small ahp docked at. fort tfjPalm Control Project'tails, for enlargement 1o.\< .... ,r"j. "
    '- : .. i Poach with the"firm's of the Kissimmea River II a ,'"" ., PEED DOLLAM WITH: '. :.s (' .1"" iA'fullye' l : wjs.subscription .,t Va,fyuei! Qewi+ ton\N' 8-" "
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    OJ. first haS ef'eantaloogee'tseiai ettejMti(,ta fWMsV. 11ti1ia .!
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    1 ,vllaltl, a:ofidteg,to,Weeks,thejonly .*..*_,'a TM-oquart mile.,area F>.,LJ .I.N ,, .. oi, available for only ;$4.00, _Keep up with all the happenings '
    < + y eaitslropet available, .In Work is already underway on three I''

    this country; except for'a other locks and on the deeping and ," HE' ALTHAI- DS I :tt; \. .,* / : i.n.the greater Clewiston area by subscribing'
    ,small amount, being flown m. straightening of the floodway chanMfrjtor l '
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    'I from Fanama and NlearaagMrt, : 30:by 90 foot'lock under .' \ ", \1J"-iP.W";: '! :
    !sd41 .' -Join" the Aasertesn Legion' tkfa:contract. will be )located in ti :.< 't '}. & TI.cws..,[ \tin.a J lar.8S18.. : !!: $.1-

    northwest OkeucheW {County, .... ttra J ,
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    .. f some 2S .aptitt above the JIICIII.Il 0 bargain you can find., ;
    ti Recreation New. v i the weir It Is on*. of six JocIII"O It "" "
    ; j.'I'
    be' constructed the enlarged f"p.; : \

    The ClewUton Weatberald Youth canal/ Seven hundred days; wffl be it, ; ; t"j r. : .: : .' ,
    Center won first plate t0 each of required to complete the Job \ .Call 3n ui today lf'Ear any .: \ .
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    the three,age divisions of tot Bnvtrict I Army engineers said the Melbourne I r.i: : ,. .' (Ise"se V\l \. .,.
    ''''''' .' :. ''' '''''' ,,,,. '"
    S Florida Recreation Ascoriten firm submitted the lowest tt ste ,1 ; : : : .f' ,

    -a; Billiard Tournament, held'U bids on,the work. t ( .,... "',. .'. ,..l!r,: '1,
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    ,.Y Stuart last Saturday, f..'. >/'t I" ... 11 ; '( }'it.-..... .. ''" I "
    Bobby ,'Hare placed first and ,, : >t'. ..v j
    Freeman Hodges third in the 12- :-,Join &the American LstnmPersonal :; ," _, .'" I .
    ,.o,,., 14 .year old division Nicky Flak -Tin" -, '" .
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    $iaced&et'In'the, 15-17 year 't WdoI ; Cal: Bauentlnt ;
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    Thursday February 2t, 1983
    --- .-- QewUton. Florida THE CLEWISTON 1IW8 Page lI'tre'


    Glades Jr.HighBasketballleague, I Okeechobee Datfd Beaadeley, with. 4040.s 3 points trailed teed 14-12 at 25-21 at the after) half three Oewlstot quarters jAil I Stars ChosenFor ,,

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    Brace
    McConvffle .
    /and Jitnmy and 'never stopped fighting Harlem
    Nelson with 4 points! each lead News'a;
    1 TOewiston over Okeechobee in a Clewiston Onioned the season TournamentAn
    with seven victories and six oVJfests ,
    *ery low .
    Won Lost P fcPahokce scoring game.6em4Flaal '
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    Team Clewlston sfij. ,
    5 and lost S
    .. ,.... ....,. 10 O. 1.(XXClevmton during the woo All team was chosen Events and News.Ot Our Colored Pt.; .-
    regular beat Community
    .......,... .... S 5 .KK Came Okeechobee season, fn m the Junior Basketball League I .
    in
    South Bay .......-.-....... 5 .SW Played Wednesday. February: I tournament play the and first beat round South of the of Clewlston CUwiston and WW represent MRS. JANIE S. GAJADHA} Colored News EcUtot /' :':
    Glade .. .. <4< 5 .4<< Clewlston 38: .Recreation Department
    Bell -- Bay 58-35 in
    the aeml-tlnal game i tournament ''
    Name play at Phone TU 3-1258/
    Point :. 4 6 .&00 FOFTPts
    Canal ,'-.. '. -f AM McConvlHe ._.... _,_ '' David Beardsley scored 9 points to Vero Beach' on, Feb, 23 and in Sanford ,
    Okeechobee M. --4: u. j 2 4 I lead the \ "
    Note by CBS Coach Burn huh) Nelson ....,,._...._.__ $. .7" ,19 bee. Jimmy scoring Nelson against stored Okeecho 19 on March. 2nd Graduation l;xercues Hospital Notes Band Parent Club"J'; :
    ( AH .atari. are as follows: Bobby .
    Worth .._... ._
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    was :tar ,superior t) the "" 1 O. 'a; against SoutBa1.! Senior l Notice '
    Pahokee Bennett .....__......_..__ 0 0 I 0 Red!*. Danny Kreldler, Jim The Miami Northwestern Patients admlQed: .),1 *, : .. a..
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    other live teams during the regular my Davis (Io(the Lions team), Tony High and Adult Education Center Feb :. o/fJ.',It.:
    fired' Beardsley ..:.-...__ a 0 :2 -Join the Asaeriean Legtan. -Raphaek Harris. / ,
    However ? AH Band'jPar '
    play. I members of thi .
    season Hatfield... .. "L t Harper .Mark ,dark and Billy was the center of attraction Sunday Feb 14 Jerry Butler, John *:" F'
    up Belle Glade c1ete.ted'\be' Baby I :, _1' _T Senior Girls .. Edens of Fire Department), Ricky; afternoon when .the members Brooks Helen Bumftold Leo Mor ents Club are asked to be present'-..." ", .J
    Blue Devils 19 to J7 in tbe'seml- *, '15' Miner Allen*Carlton (Klwanls) ct the Practical Nursing Department ris. Henry Polk. Martin Lynwood Thursday night (tonight) Feb: 21.,,1 a < ;
    finals of the Jr. High tournamentand : South -.'" for'. 38 Faculty Men Will and Gem:Weaver and FreddIe receive 'their diplomas in a Jerry Johnson. 1963. The meeting will be held 'at,,;' .:*""*' r
    Belle Gls.de iweat on'to":win lJS; .: :: )4Name' Robertson'(Rotary). graduation ceremony Members of the school: I A special representssnt' :
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    tournament beating CJewJrton "K Fa rr Pta By HiSIEP LOSTEf ESTEP 1963 Feb. IS-Stanley McLean Frafi- five will meet with us 'and dlsplajjs /, .1
    tbs class
    the The play In Vero Beach SaturdayII : of February, were ,
    finals)' Martin ..;..__. ............0::; 2 a can Stanford Ivan Vernon sample band
    the uniforns The
    34-27 In The Senior the District1$ Recreational A.. Matte Beas'ey, Bobble Billing par4v' "t
    Girls and the
    Faculty '
    Kelly .......:.._:.,.. ... ...._.0
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    Feb. I
    17 Benjamin Rlchburg.. cote of all
    Tournament scores: lee Janie Booker, Alice Drown,, band member!*; are askl<
    Bowen: .. '. ._...__. Men were triumphant Monday cociaUon tournament, The State ; ;; i
    0 4 4
    First Bound night when the basketball Junior Bays Championship will be Janet Farrington, ftose Gamble, Moore Haven. ed to please be present ., ., : .
    "rasure ................ ...... I game ;J "
    Belle Glade. '33,,Canal Point, IIClewlston 1 ,1 3 Sanford Doris Rita Gunder, Patricia Feb. Courtney Jon- J S. Gajadha President
    Dwls; ...._.. ... .. II between the Senior and the faculty held in on the following Greene stwick ..j
    18; Okeechobee, I.SealFlDa" Eaters .. ... .....". 2 2 1 20 5 were played. A game filled with weekend.. (: Johnson, Cora Joiner, Onza- Ill, William Neville Williams, Per -Join the American Legeti! ,t S ,i;
    e comedy and drama provided a I Teams as they placed In the 10I be Mitchell Marie Mosley, Alma deal Smith, Johnnie Cherry. !I "\
    Bell Glade, 19. Pahokee, 17Clewiiton ,very enjoyable evening Bruce cal league In final standings were: Moss, Juanita Ryles Naomi Scott Feb. 19-4ncet: Campbell Stanford ': '
    38, South Bay to.Ftaal 12 11'35 ""Waldo" Waldron furnished drama I ,First. Uons Club; 2nd Fire'De end Suale Young, wife of Mr.Willie Stewart. Hattie B. Pope: Club New. :: : ,
    CJewIston .?,............ '_ 8 110 12-38 I" ', M
    and Charles "Cheerful" ( the partment. 3rd\ Klwanls, 4th, Rtary Young Clewiston. Feb. 20 James .
    South Bay _.__. .Hogan, : ;! Taylor Lucille The '
    T 4 1C 8-W I Filendly Christma( Sa'vtngOti'!
    Clewlston ,
    Glade; 27 .
    Belle comedy ,. "iaM Class motto: "She doeth little Brown. '
    :.;.., Clewiston lead 16-11 .t the bait, I Club waa organized Tuesday Feb ''i,
    -- Scores
    The Tourney '
    "" but South Bay behind the aooot-- women's game was filled ) kindnesses, which most leave undone Patients Discharged: 5. 1963 at the home of M.nd' f
    First Eeuad"GamePlayed with exciting defense ball handling 'la the play/last week of Junior or despise." Feb. 13-Andrew .
    *" log of Davis took the lead at the Eaddy Mary Mrs. George Btghanv Meetings' --
    Monday*: Feb. U end of three quarters 27-26 Jimmy by Slim Jackie Gentry, MI.htTDot Boys Basketball tournament. FireDepartment" Program: :Processional, invoca Brown, Carrie Horace will be held the first Saturday 0\,
    Clewlston 16\: I Vettorl. Lanky Arts Lawrence and defeated Klwanls 20- tion, Rev. J B. Woodley, pastor, '
    Nelson scored seven of his 19 Feb. U Linwood Martin Lea night of,each month; Officers ,and, .r.
    Name ro rr Pt! other capable stars.Barreling Isabel 17 Lions defeated Rotary 367. :
    and St Mathew's Free Will Baptist Earl members .
    points Dwight Hatfield scored Morrsi Alexander CUUordBarro'fl' arePresident : '
    McConville .-.. .I..I'! '''' 2 .0 4 I S la Barrior-and Cros Jame John Results of I Monday play: Fir Church; greetings Mr. Earl Wells 'f.
    points the fourth ,
    Baili.y. IHeper
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    Nelson .., I. 0 4 : quarter son's hot shooting aided by stout Department HI' Kiwanis 17, Lions assistant principal, Miami Northwestern Mrs Susie ,Beckton. '
    Redish ...... ...J" "'i U1; : :.:' I pull put the victory.; defense of Arts Lawrence and Club- 5R:! -RntarV. T Senior High, Introduction Feb 16-Harvey Polk Jerry Lee vice president. Mrs. Sadie Big-

    Fletcher ....,.,....:,. ::1.: O./' "0'l' l 0! Championship- Game Leech Shirley LaByer spelt success Finals, playing for third and cf speaker, Mr. Wells, speaker, Johnson I ham,-recorder, Mrs E. Blackmon; ',, ,.
    Worth .........w.w.r'O 6 0 I Played for the Seniors fourth, place Kiwanis 12, Rotary Mr David Dobbs, assistant director Feb. 17 Jerry :Butler, John I treasurer Mrs. Fannie Dsvis
    Bennett :. 0 0 0 I Belle Thursday, February U.I Men's offensive stars were 2. Flaying; for, first and second vocational and adult education Brooks, Oliver Thomas, Raphael ; financial secretary\ Mr. F. Smith;
    Hatfield ,.. ...:0 0 0 Name Glade- ;34: Charles "Misguided" Martin :Bob place Lions 36, .Fire Department presentation of certificates, Harris, Lela McCoy and baby ; .. banking committee, Mrs. Maggie. 1

    Beardsley :: I J 5 FOFTPts-- Marvelous" Maples, and Norman 27. *: Miss Elisabeth Cannata., coordinator Feb. 18-Lucile Pondor. Ivy Ver- Fambrough and Mrs Vera Brown;
    Ben ,..... :' 'O 0 ..0Okeechobee Rabara'Mann ._.:...........__..4.; : 1 .13 "Hoggy" Hall. James ''OatCIr*' practical nurse training, : Olin, Leopold Williams. *. reporters Mrs Williams. and Mrs. .
    ,..%, ..' ."....._.........-.:. 4 0 8 Davlav Butch 'Roadrunner" Redish: -Join Ute American Legion. practical nurses' pledge, class of feb. 19 James Annie Jones ..*H' ,..,
    ;? "" 1? OrtU _sw... 1.0 2 and Mike "Bowlegged"Bowden. I February 1963, benediction Rev Greens The 'r*xt meeting will be'held ..

    *jW" y M MNante. .; Gordon _"I"!",.'._'_ :,2: 'I 5 The game way capably watched Sammy: .Lang Wins Woodleyj recessional. Patients Remaln.lnl'B ; at the home of Mrs Fannie Davia. i '

    PI', PtaMixon McGahee' _..___,'1 Z 4 by t Referees Jim' ""Three-second Endurance' Skate children will ?atr': Hart, JJsJs3i;: = .'?IOft. ii
    Mrs and
    \: Campbell w.-.1 0 ",2 Young Pauline Crensha, ..( 9::: Mc. j
    Brandon Gene Full 7
    1 0" 2Padgett ,, "Brusfcman"
    ;;;;;;J : $ iClewlston's Em's Rollerland hid< loin Mt. Young in Clewiston sometime Mission NewsThe
    ':=ar; 0. ,, 0' 0 : "': er and "Bad ,BUI', Baker,. Toe Lean Luc, Caripbsl? I, Ronald Marshall
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    ; I' is c 34Clewlsotti I its own version of President, Kennedy : soon Roy Lee James Slant.rd
    White _..;;: J' 4Mobley .senior class sponsored the game usa Junior.Mission of J'rItnclsh1p.1
    Ojnr .: !M milt hike! Last "
    I'll' .. -'u: .: Saturda Frances, Audrey d-sham.! Coutnejr
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    ._-:.. .I OI 1 :. fund-raistat project.to finance a ./- the American Baptist Church sponsored a. 4\
    ,I night'20'pee'14otpant entered the
    Watford Name: )I'd! IT ParMcConv111e' trip to Nassau. Estwlck, Ivy Watson, Nest. e Valentine Cake
    O' ,1 ,1 Walk In
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    .::;.___ I 12 one hour eels kirance skate which Williams, 'Percival SmIth James pre-i' _
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    The:class appreciationto Birthday PartyRose Annex
    :. Feb.
    Arrant ___ .. 0 0 0 expresses 1Jto ,Ann 11. and are '
    Wlllil ._.. ........ *.., e ,0 0 Fletcher ___ 0 'I' 3Ne1sOll. the ,..cultJet'of Clewlston High included Sleight Bobby Taylor Stanley Stewart Hc''n to an who made the affair '* .uc- .
    ,,/",a4."A.C, ..... a'S 1 ,0 ..2 and Wametaryaebooatho ,ref. Redtah: BUV?:Tanner"' Sam Wise Mary Crlchlow celebrated Brumfleld.Johnnie ,Williams, IUtUs e,". The regular meeting held h'at i i
    :..;i l.,: '.' 3 ,2'' 1 .,..._ J 1 IHatfield' eree. the paying customers and man, Aanty 'Morgan, LaFoye her ninth birthday: with a ,party B. Pope, Lucille Brown Har..ldHaU the home of Mr. and Mrs.was Collins -'

    Oewlston _.._. _'4.5 21-10 ..,_ 1 0 2Bedlah. others who helped with the project Lang Lerte' Hlngston Becky at the home of her parents tlr. Benjamin Rlchbur,. Jan>s Grlgwell Monday night. ,Feb18 ,
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    ._. 0 1 1 Sherouee.'u..IIa+ : Nail. David Armstrong and Mrs, Leonard Crlchlow.. or\ A. Hewey, Tommie Pugh. ; 'Albert. !at T p.nu fWillie's / '
    0 0 0 Men's Canto" ,' Betty DuPree. Gary Red- Sunday afternoon, Jan. 24, 1963. Hill Will TillmanJeln ,' 1
    PIZZAYU Bell __ 1 :0: 2 lab, Ce tt .....mao. Eddie Wise It'1
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    Senior Boys ,.,w..2 1115-37 The invited guests !Included Shtrt -
    ..; Bennett .:.....:...-. 0 .'.0'"' 0 Men Teachers _.T .1116-41 man, DenaH"Gann, Sammy'Lang the.America! Legion 4
    Jr., Betty .SIII rouse, Christine.McDonald r
    -f Sealers FG FT TP Personal MentionThe Shoe Shine
    Bread Waldron Billy Me- I Stand
    24311SugarlandPlilimacy 27 Mike Bowden .; I :2 8
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    Belle Glade ..__*.8 611 ft-34 ; Nlckey, Flak r- 02 aI Donald. many friends of Mrs. Maggi Give your shoes that shine ,

    Clewiston. ..-,.. __....T 5 1 6-27 I Carrol Redish I 1 .T First pttte winner will UH Fambrough SUM! her family regret smBe, f -
    miles wee Sammy Lang Jr. Junior much to hear of the Alabama Street Harlem
    Alan Rabara with 13 and Terry Bruce Waldron __ I '2 10 very Wes WIBIo
    Mann with 8 points lead Belle Tim Davis ...:.. -'4''. 0 8 prize W l8et"' with 11 miles, Cecil i death o!' her aunt Mrs. Charity U Tenv, HnpiMit

    Glade to the Jr. High Championship Sidney Higdoa --.. I 0 2 Wiseman, Qtrl's winner with. 10'%' Peyton who passed In Brooklyn,
    CONSnrAHDto over Clewlston Danny Osceola-_ 1 0 3V miles; Christine McDonald. N,Y, Saturday Feb. T, 11163. Mrs

    prove Pr n.PRUN-KVAft.. Fie* A Atnn ooaUInPr *.. Itorldi Bruce McConville scored 12 .. Fambrough left the city last Friday Julia's Beauty Nook
    .. amo-o-otheat, that andmoil points and Lawrence North S'to ," < ; T 37FO Artls LawMaM. .. ...0 0 0 morning for HawklnsvlHe, Ga.

    SCGAIILAND natural Ux eTaA iiv *. hnrrr ACT to, lead the Baby Tigers Teachers FT TP Cheryl BeD colt:I .... 0 0 0 where funeral services were held EXCLUSIVE HAm STTLB3

    For .neroo FR St 0AMPLH or It was a hard fought game with Bob Maple.--: 1 11 EHisa Hundertmirk ..,, 0 o. 0 Sunday at the Long Street Baptist Personal Care-To Your HaIr 'c.

    .10...M tablet..rh year for 'TSar .v.r'J,001,.00 the lead changing hand four timesIn Buren HallCharles ._ 8 :2 14 Joyce Jones ...e.- 00 0 Church The deceased was burled Mr*. Julia Mae Sales

    the first quarter Belle Glade Martin, ....._ S 4 16 Shirley LaByerJu-; 0 0 i!in Hawklnsvflle Cemetery. Proprietor .d-,
    Jim Ramsey _. 0 0* 0 ... t h I

    --- Harold Estep ..,...a. 0 '., i 1 ./ \, ,,'* M II 1 11 The many friends of Mr. James -

    SEWING MACHINE CENTER Bill Hogan ____ 0 0;, 0 Women Teachers ,'t' FO FT TP .p H wey are proud to hear that beta
    Bill Cortner 1 ,IJ' 2 Dot.Vettorl # *.......- I 0 2 t, resting nicely In Hendry General Harlem Garage ,
    IK S.Wn', 3rd Street, Belle, Glade Fla. Kenneth Walker .:... I 0 2 Sally Oliphant as.L..1, 0Sara. 2 : Hospital. Mr Hewey was Injured for IMamie' -
    now
    Now and Used Machines Buchanan ..__..0 0 0 .Joe Cato t* 2 0 0 1-:j.' Tuesday morning while performinghis open : -
    ,.. Sewing -' Jackie Gentry .-j.;, 0 0 0 regular duties He was employed businessElbert ,:
    BepairS! en all makes l' S'' 41 Jeanette Estep u-,>,.. 0 0 .0 at Corbin Supply ".
    SPECIAL F Senior Girls ... ...-6 V 2 6-19 Pat Stine' ..,..y,::;:::.::.,!0 0 0 '',,wdia.-... +'-n' Allen Jr." ,
    ,, ;;Clean, oil and tune-up. Women Teachers .*2 2 :2 4-10 Diane Moore .-.?....?, 0 0 0 -Join the American Let_; Phone YU'2-6248 "

    '. ': '$4.50 Senoir Girls I ro FT TP Quita Mazzlna ..Ji.,' 0:' .0 0 leT Mae Clark, Peat e Mae Cotton :,

    Isabel Barrios ____ I 0 8 'Sandra, Ben .-.w.0', 0. 0 Margaret Ann Clark, Calvin OBIrUARYfuneral : 'I
    Free .plck-ap sad delivery Carrol Frank __:I 0 .4 .w,;. 0-:: .. Dixon, Margie -JeClean. Gloria ,
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    Write. P. O. Box 818 BeDe Glade, Fla. fane Johnson ..__ 2 I 1 I '0 '10 Dixon Annette Dixon, and Char. EsteUi services the beltTuesday latiMri. ; l' /
    ilargarett Waters.... :2 0 4 -Under-cbsmenhetping out the Une Dixon with Mrs Mat+.!f Gordon were I I.
    We I I
    and accessories
    carry parts afternoon, Feb. 12, at The
    Judy Bembry, _0 O. t l women teacherso:\ Rhodes and Mrs. Mildred Dixon' Greater Friendship Baptist Chu-chat ,Style! Center
    assisting as .hostesses for the occasion. ;
    .-- --- -- -- 1:30 p.m. Bishop A, Suggs off:slating. : New Stock of Girl's Dressest r'

    'w There was a 'twist contest aid follows; The: -order of aervice.was. .' as I Shorts and SUm JimsMrs. .

    Gaon moom T..D .JlP..Ta ON TNt'ea OAMa1Mr other games enjoyed by aU present "Nearer4;, Manse MeDaaleC I ,
    Procesiionul
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    ,1IIrOIW The menu consisted of cake, > I
    inside punch> potato chips Ice cream, to Thee" selection "My Faith Proprietor ., ;
    "Lean clean lines..more room 1 Looks Alabama
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    cookies and candy The honoree received Up to. Thee choir; Scrlp- Street :,
    ., useful and beautiful lure, Elder Hall. Pahokee, :Fla; '
    many .
    Invocation$ Bishop Nickson, pallor
    "I i5amj a w gifts Glorious Community Church,Belle Hilton's' 'f i.j
    4 -Join the American Legion. Glade Fla; selection, choir: as IChrrsUao. Grocery

    Mother A. M. Robinson \ I
    ray O' Iren!" L 1z? Legion Newt ;,solo,,Sister Reed; as a peighr Groceries. Vegetables Fresh Meat '
    Le11odwill -
    ? rape 's Post 218 of the American tar, Sister Delia Wilhlte; favorite I
    W.r... Nrk soonsor a Battle of Gospel and hymn, "'Jesus Keep JM Near the ; 3pld Drinks Essential Items ,
    SongslSunday March Ild 3 at the Wt Appreciate Your Patronage '
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    i ... Crone, expressions; 3 minutes, Mr. and Mrs.
    Harlem Gymnatorlum. featuring Mends Thorstoa BBUai '
    he famous Spiritual Harmonizers ; acknowledgements, funeral Preprieten. ,, ,;r ',
    home. .
    representative: remarks, I,
    and other singing This afalr '
    groups;
    Mother' Fields Mother Cecilia I ,,
    is sponsored for the benefit
    Clark resolution
    Sister Baautlne :r, I
    d. band uniforms. Get your ticket Williams; 'solo Sister M. M..Robinson I ...
    1 r v -1'T0'Rambler : earl and avoid ,the rush. There ; eulogy. Bishop A. 'Suoas.pastor McGIothen's 'i:: :

    i-Dl be free door prizes. i" / ,the" Church of the First Eat Shop '. .

    ;:Join. the American Lecloa, Born Clewlston; Interment, Booker '
    T,' Location o
    Washington Memorial Cemetery
    : f1e)? : ., .'Clewlston,* Fla, Harlem Business District .'
    I Alabama St .
    Young's. Funeral'Home In charge 'FO d. Soft Drinks. Beverages
    'THE TAXES PALO OtfSCTLYByFlORIDftS of arrangements; Honorary pall HHsear aid Jean '
    VISITORS LASTVEftRWWOXIMflTEO bearers Bishop" Canty. Bishop MeGlotlu* '
    160,000,000 I.. Nickson and ,EWer Han: Active .V V PresvtetenEK4f

    THIS IS ABOUT pallbearers, ndaiaterst' flower girls,
    13 6% OF THE i : students from.Jarlem'Atademr.;
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    4-se---' The tward reads"for l outstand | dcsiga ac .,.h? : .fr last! services Friday Feb. 15..196S. Funeral Cooked Meals ''
    t were conducted Wednesday I
    njcnt Had enerag leodenlwp."Metor, Trend c#* .l ,t .. .dI'At ,- Feb. 20,:at 2:30 P.mT.- in n ? ;f

    pert saw it ia tbe 1e dean IinteVSMth "clr .AWfJ : the chapel of Young's Funenl GaAI ., n .

    r 1itdde for increased comfort" Hailed Advance ,, I / j. Home. Burial Booker Washington __ HXAV8ClewMtoa 1
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    the vala of the year, at your Retala ier'deafer.Amerlttm .' + MONTALVO and LA GUARDIA News '' t i ii

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    Pae Sfz TIm CLtWISTON: NEWS Clewlaton, Florida ______ -Thursday= FaArYYAn::_/,_ IDgIlijf
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    11 Valentine Party WEDDING PLANS Two Roles Keep Pop iular Actress Busy

    ARE ANNOUNCED

    At Parish House Miss Janette Meredith, daughterof At The Fort Myers 'Winter Playhousehumor

    ;,,':.The Episcopal Voting People Mr. and Mrs C. T. Meredith of
    Croup held a Valentine party at Clewiston, has completed plum for
    Playing the !leading role in "Un [ and abundant charm.
    her wedding on Sunday. February24th
    'the Parish House at St. Martin's
    to James Strickland son of der the Yum Yum Tree" by night The musical was first produced
    ,;;+Church Friday evening of and rehearsing the !leading role in in New York oft-BroIdwaand became
    Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Strickland
    ', Records furnished music for the Bay Springs Miss. "Once Upon a Mattress" by dayis such a hit that it was movedto "I
    r occasion and games were enjoyed The double ring ceremony will the current schedule of Diane a Broadway theater for a!lengthy
    by those attending.Refreshments take place at 3 o'clock in the missionary Deckard. young Actress at the Fort rua. It ,also brought fame to its
    t. were enjoyed dur Baptist Church! of Belle Myers Winter Playhouse who is leading player, Caro\Burnett now
    .log the evening. Glade. The pastor, Rev. E. L. getting a lot of attention thesedays. a popular,TV comedienne.Two .
    ,, Sponsors for the event were Mrs. Johns, will officiate guest performers In the
    (J/.A.,Y L Johnson Mri. O. B. Rack. The' bride's only attendant will Miss Deckard.the poignant, but Winter Playhouse production in- .
    straw and Father Clark Dorman. be her sister, Miss Linda Meredith hilarious Adelaide in "Guys and elude Charlie Jobes, a veteran
    j Tommy Carithers will be best man. Dolls" bring' her youthful vitality character actor for the Hew Lon-
    The groom Is employed by Michael to the stage in "Under the Yum don Playert./ New'L ldon.N.H.-H
    Births Baker, Jr., engineering firm, I Yum Tree" a modern comedy has appeared on the"' New London { Mr4$1
    and after their wedding, the couple I about the problems of young love stage every lesson, for the past JO
    r.." .Mr. and Mrs .Thomas E. Jones i plan to reside in Mississippi. and the unique ways In which they years and is awinter resident of
    announce the birth of a son Tommy are solved. She portrays a young Melbourne. Florida. Stanley Sobel.
    Edward, born In Hendry General -Join the American Legion girl who Is ready to risk her name who portrayed the prince In "Once
    /I Hospital, on' February 13, for the sake of a .divorce-proof Upon S Mattress" for the New
    ;weighing 7 pounds ounces: Attend ConferenceOf marriage Her Involvements are *iuniversal.as London Pleygrs /'fD 1961 arrived ,
    Mr. and Mrs. William J. Buck Episcopalian :. they are outrageously Monday to take over the same role.

    fl\ announce the birth of a son Jerry On Tuesday evening Feb. 12, funny.la. 0 I -J1. tie Atnerlean UrbnHoHMtftl -
    I Dwalne born February 14, In Hello "Once' Upon a Mattress"
    Mr. and Mrs. G. R. BerneV and
    dry General Hospital, weighing 7 the musical comedy which arrires NotesWhite ;
    Father Dorman attended a conference 7 j
    pounds at the Whiter rUyoMiMen a, a
    :' at Holy Trinity Episcopal Tuesday, Feb. 28, for a ...- Patients Admitted: t ? +
    -Jola the American Legloa Church in West Fab" week run, Miss Dtelard la Feb. 13-C. C Arrington.
    I, This conference was called to ex- plagued by another love problem Feb. 14-Mr. William Bush, La- :
    I plain and discuss the of Belle Me- ,
    resujts a ; she Is. a princess whe ; Willis Kellogg, Norman s h4 l lY.p
    taken of South Florida by .
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    survey Elroy Albert Copedge.Feb.
    most' her true royaltyla
    The Beat For Lees"State the Episcopal Church. A report prate 13 Richard Dupree. La-
    order to win the hand tt a
    FarmInsurance will be given by Mrs. Berner to mother-dominated prlncsu t Belle Jacqueline Byrd. Y d+ tll t W
    the Episcopal Church Women. A ,I Feb ,18 Ester Bryan, Glenn
    t.: report will also be presented to With music by Mary Rodgers, Adams, !
    ) the vestry at the next meeting.iJola daughter of famed composer Richard Feb. 17-Charles W. Teogue Bay
    Rodgers "Once Upon a Mat- B. Smith, Frances. Beck, Moore
    the Amerleta Legion-
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    tr. both
    14 delightful
    Auto Llf. Fire a spoof on .Haven.
    Vestry InstalledThe an ancient tale of the Princess and Fob 18-Kevin: 3. Waters, C. o.
    of St. Mar the Pea and a satire on several Lewis Rufus,Langford. 1
    new vestrymen
    Car Finance Plan tin's Episcopal Church were installed vulnerable timely topics.. Princess Feb; lo-Romon Menedez, Paul i k h II '{ ih
    last Sunday Feb. 10. Winifred hoots and hollers as she Cockran, LuBitti; Annette Dor- ,
    New Carl 4;4% Add Interest ly,
    t' on ,romps about medieval court win.ntng '
    Mown Raven E.
    Mart
    Late Model Used 8Vi* Add onIncludes The vestry for this year consists man ;
    the hearts of aU-except, of
    of the following: Messrs. G. Spinner LajpJli; Dora WUcox.
    4F Credit Lift
    course, the wicked queen. How she .
    R..Berner. senior warden;. Warren Feb 30-lMtr assmore.
    ,: A H.VannPtt Howell Junior warden; Eugene ':overcomes the tremendous obstacles White,P....... Discharged:
    : placed before her by the
    !Fuller secretary; J. F. Howell Feb U-Hrry Shanton Ronald
    = Office .I treasurer; Wm: Bolton. Raymond vlllalness to win her wHaadng While, ,", Atto,.t..R.chel Padg

    .... .. Tvs-atn [Pittmcn James Harris' George prince provides an evening of.high ett and belly,::Dwothy Dyess, Ola Miss Diane ..eber... daughter Mr. and entla Ban. ef tbi Boptemere pass this year
    Jepsoa and James Walker.' I Daugfctrey, Sharon Wilkersoo. Mrs,, G. B. Kacbtraw, chesea Queen of (he VaN'
    --I CrownsValentine Willie Mae frrasMjr and baby,JanIce --
    Sorority Hathcock,. ffgbert Witter. .
    Queen vFeJk 14-'aul awsr r, James Lu

    I 'j for jdieS in-aiting cas..Feb.
    'B ta. Sigma Phi Sorority held 15- touto Jones and baby
    their annual Valentine party at Kowet Sokto Bg., Janet Van de '
    'the Elks Club Saturday February Veld., James W. dark Lois Whit- '" "''" .(
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    : Lage NoamauttcSroy.C&i NOTICE I E'

    'ttnkWes{ ,11i brlltiAn. Christian, Walter '

    i t*' l t.iin, >rle ,Kellogg. Mri.WiUUmflusb .. '.",: ,
    Short* aae led' baby, Patricia
    :Rid= : 1i Audd, ..Margarft Crawford. C. CArrington
    Silnii edrrNancy :; .., fltosfi' JtUmi; McPhaU, -. The Hendry County Board of County,Commissioners -
    oj 1 fed HoMae. of JBriT' who Feb. 1 -aiehard Dupree, HJal- : ...
    Skirt was cr HtOQ .asMi ,preeMMsv wflsi mar Bfll. Martin Waters. are considering changing the"name Airgladea Airport -
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    ; 4 a i.Vn fAMstter 07 IHsv ...... ddam;Rot Smith Milton Thomas ( Riddle-McKay Reid The citizenVo
    i::/ Jepson; sis+dnd and accomplDllDt Feb. 20-Andres Morriel. jaka )* Hwidry

    herself on the guitar and a chorus Patients remaining: ;; '
    II line of six femmes fatales whose Jackie Byrd Mary Zglener, Seraflna County are invited to participate in renaming,of,thw Alrport. -
    LingerieGirdle I outstanding dancing talents caused Morrell, 'Eater Bryan, J '
    the hall to ring with laughter and Charles W. Teague,'Ramon Menedez ,' i ..
    :,J : : merriment Their professionalnames C. O. Lewis, ,Sam T. Ray, ,' )to .'
    "Blondle Baker Jacqueline Paul Cockran. Arvld Swanson, AT- r
    are;
    f .,, THE TOGGERY SHOP Redlsh, Harriet plough senio Jurado, Annette Dorman, %; Send your suggestions to the Board inr LaBeJle l ,, Fla.
    'j ., Bubbles McColley. Cutle Pie Bak Dora Wilcox, Albert Coppedge '
    ,"'" errand Windy.Walker." Kevin J. Waters ''Rodney Pas on or before 10:00 A.M. March I4th [963., : ', :,"
    more Frances Beck.Joe. Hancock! -

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    Thursday. FebruaryDon n. IPS3 _.. -
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    Yoder Named a chosen. Be nod Iceland Kay of posed of four Clewiiton member ; Service ClGat ,
    Don Hardee were the only boll from Yoder, Richard Herring, Mike' American Legion Urges Wall M es ', I
    To State 4-H Team South or Central Florida chosen. Bowden and Mike I II Fair ,
    The Escambla To Join At County ; t
    County team woo ed sixth in I Qualified Veterans :
    Yoder. a member Of the the end SSeeless ai a fourth in beef The problem 0gates f .trtAcaU -nning t uw:v.. .
    Clewiiton Elf Judging Team which Eddie that Richard Herring; to all eligible .....rvlce ests. The' voice of veterans grouped st the Hendry County Fair": ,'
    lathe youth beef judging team wa leader among the 21 of the team was into membership in the American
    competed chosen for state competition. men to Join the American Legion|: Legion is beard and heeded in and Livestock Show which: opens
    State Filr Sa Tam- recognition for
    ,t the TlorWa] Yoder will go to Gainesville in went out this week from Clewiston| national affairs. I Monday night for a six-day show ,
    t>a Saturday, teiWwd wqg.gP* of will 21 places cons April to compete in the state finals 4-H Club. Post S3, which, began an intensive i', Officers of the dewiitoo post has been solved through volunteer. '
    state recruitment' cam of service club members.Lions
    at the, membership win gladly\ furnish application: for work
    petee In ApriLced University of Florida. '
    final
    { -J.!BJ the palp. membership to all qualified veteran Klwanis and Rotary club
    Yoder 11th among the The Bendry County team, com-- \ Frank K. Veltre srevice officer These officers arc: Charles I win each be responsible for tft' (-, I

    for Hendry County and a member, Oliphant commander) Kenneth days and nights at the Fair. Men.
    ,of the Legion points out that these Walker and Monte Doke vice COlD beta will be assigned In two iour' I:
    I Clewiston Church Dk I I ICALVAal'l veterans"' who art eligible should wanders; Aboer Vann, finance officer shifts so some time during the!V:i 'a
    not wait, to be Invited to become week will be found when everyone ,,I
    Ronald Roth, chaplain; '
    members. They should gladly and I ; can share the work.,4"
    w seek membership becauseof Frank ''Veltre, adjutant; Ross La- Fair It erio.n f) :f
    tFIQd nuT METHODIST ; 'Mlk I proudly Service to the one A
    CHURCH FIRST *&
    1EF1I.T' : i..the past or so, fa, benefits which have Ernest Miller, community/v/
    131 W. Oseeela Arena 13 B. 'V.... year my the many ,Byer historian; dance of the many s I
    ...., ......Asa Rev Richard Knight. Pastor Rev. !.. T. newspaper columnist has been obtained for vetrans, through Judge advocate and Ralp Casscau. projects which these three" club"undertake ''
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    Helolne, which is probably; a activities ,of the American Legion I. ,
    1:45: a.m,-Church School 1:45 Sunday Jr.'sergeant at arms.
    fflison, Pastor a.nL- of the deep-think organizations.:J ,
    to some
    R""'. Herb 11:" a.m.-Morning Service 11:00 a.m.- and other veterans
    *>y Seised .* 'f.!*>' American LI-
    a-15 a.nv-Son The button of the
    : 1:00 .
    p.m-Methodist Youth FeVlowahlp ':00 p.nv- '
    11:00 araWorshlp Service .. is dedicated to passing gion testifies to honorable JerVlcedur1nI' '
    7-00: p.nL-Hapbt'ihelydng' J:30 p.m.-Evening Service Wednesday 7:00 p.m.- to her' readers the bits of tile first or second World ATTENTION .5'G';
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    ,. labors and materiateavlng
    Conflict Programs
    Union Wednesday 7:00 p.m.-Off1cer War or the, Koreas : G
    1:00: p.m.-Worship Service. T:15: p.m.-Chclr Practice Meeting & 'which she acquires from the of the American Legion
    Tueada7 -' source. which serviceman !is proudto and RaActars
    every
    1:00' Growers
    : p.m.- Farmers Cane 'I
    1:18 p.m.-8rclherhood ice of them are home-making support are: Rehabilitation \ ,; '
    : ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH &. Those'' who run across time- and
    Wednesday 1:45 providing adequate care protection FUTURE AND .
    7:30: p-m.-Hour Prayer' (Episcopal) : p.m.-Oaolr hints writ Heloise. She tries for the disabled of 1 these LOOK TO THE

    Thursday iv &; 11 N. raotfU ,out- and if they work, she wars and their, dependents. ;:Child WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING ,.
    1:00 p.m.-Choir Practice The Rev. dark H. Dorman, Vicar ,NOaTiMwe: ta them In her column. Welfare program that assists ..
    ., K1V.-- tf4l > Sunday Services: BATTB9T One of the ,..best to date Is using thousands of needy orphans. Americanism
    7:30 a.m.-Early Eucharist 3N N. of nylon net to wash the a program,giving fun .hrt.- ,< ;!I..t.
    alp 11:00 a.m.-Family Service and Elder Lester D. .. -wltat It works wonderfully to the principles of Americanism A Lew Cwt Farm "
    support
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    Church School 10:00 aM.- nylon doesn't lose Is crisp which un-Ameri FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN ', \' ; .'
    "'" I through Viii
    33t ..... OeM+ AveMS. Saints and Holy Days, as asConfessions 11:00 a.m.4:-Mornl. ; it rinses easily:' drks : can Influences are counteracted;; HIS Perish Cash 1' ,;:; ,
    ... 6:30: p.m.-BTC hemming s> Kefkeaswe debts.
    nounced. ; doesn't require ; National Security-helps secure an taprevemeata. MW bending parekasewind I:
    Earl Anal&. ,,.JIIelJ.ter., by appointment .7:30 p.m.- equaibrae good,for pot. clean adequate national_ defense; Insurance Flaaaee machines tara and .Install irri 'attev ., Sunday Wednesday sad eaas only a trifle. Try It protection'.- members may t Assist' la porehase ef a fart fteye er. rameh.4 :a f j. I
    10:00 a.mWe SeMe1 COMMUNITY FBESBYTBRIAN407.B07B1 T:50: ,p.m-Prayer :Ma'Sftf Americia LtrtonTbe quality for low! cost life Insurance; Purchase mere land 3 tj';;?: [
    ,1r 1. I I f the farm enterprise. f/ ''
    11:00 a.m.-1fefIIIIp Palm AvenueHenry Legislation greater membershiphelps Preside capital ftwda .r I
    ST. 'AmN can Legion Post In "J f ,> .
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    7:041 I the beneficial A LAND BANK
    : p.nL1 l support legislation ONLY .
    H. Ford Minister ,
    ',, Rev intense .' '
    "" < if starting an ADVANTAGES .| -
    Wednesday World ALL THESE ,
    to all veterans of HAS.
    9:45 School '
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    7-30 p.m.-MW-w- devotions a.m.-Sunday 1:00 a.m.- *ug02"t me.e ; drive.Mass Wars I and H and the Korean Conflict 1. Lever payments. 1* t '.
    11:00 a.m. Morning Worship :"t "
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    and BWe afcrfyCOMMWHT 11:30 .- ? fsjfcer servicemen do not Junior Education-supportingprograms I I. Longer terms (4 to SO years)% "
    11:00 a.m.-Nursery in the .Paris! eligi ; ,afrlcnltare eiclvsltely: :
    7:00: a-m.-Dafly wswsfcar or not they are of Junior baseball;Boys I. Dependable scribe ( .nla; 'j
    House 7:00 a.m.-nr.t for Legion membership. since 1117)). i L
    1:00: p.m.-i-Westminster Fellow*,. served State and Nation, speaking, contests privileges withent penalty. i
    1:00 p.m.-First You ,, are etgible If you 4. Full prepayment
    F01HCO6rAL_ '" i shipWednesday month, : ,* a4 any time between the medal, Boy award Scouts comradeship and the, friendship school 5. Laaai service by local pe.ple familiar with local arri I.

    / i : tar Society .. ., < ; ecltcre. ... ,;,. ,
    ROLINBB8 fBWMW 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice: Saturday: WoiM; Wee VAprll 6, 1917 to No- of men with common Inter If we eat be ., servie' to yen please write er .. I a

    Berth qaiiMaa'' '- 1:30: .. 11. Mil W. B. MAY, Mcr. er.DOTLK E. ABBOTT. ", ... Her. \
    1 n-December 7.1M1 Airglades ] be fare enough, I
    I would
    CHRIST )
    CHURCH OF JESUS
    Pastor10:00a.mSin
    J. R.3Faysr.
    Rev. a4ay Shool APOSTOLIC FAITH HMIAVEM' "e 2. eWun : or maybe Sugarland Ranch. Federal Land Bank Association \ ,, I
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    : South OewlatoaBro. ..,.. 25., 1950 We-don't know what he'll come : I r
    11:00: a.m.-MorBBg Worshto vaagellstle'Service Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vie Jttly 20 1953.AttBM up with. but anytime, a group of Eiradentof. :;' f i ,
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    7:45 p.m.-Sunday. ,,, 10:00 a.m.-sundl School ':45 .. .- ,end women who had wants to atan 'out on stalwart : "
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    Wednesday : a.m. PHONES 74320(1 .
    : ; 1:45 p.m.-' sMw are eligible for mem- fltne.we' with them. At least
    7:45: p.m.-Pra1er ServiceFriday Tuesday: Meeting 1:00: p.m.- anl should apply,'not wait as far as Tony's for a cup of coffee.,
    F 7:30
    p.mPrIer
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    Friday: "
    7:45 p.mYadk
    ,_ 1:00 .- ) .'
    MeetIng p.m '
    7:30 p.m. -Youni People's .
    ; and win W5
    ,- Yoa sasW get busy
    CHURCH oaah wsp a few minutes think NOW SEE WHATS NEW h'ry'
    GOD '
    OP 312 .. .. C. The JCnamber of Commerce
    115 rra tell Street<< CUt'RCH OF CHRIST Rev. Joe a MIne for an especially :<

    Rev. James F. Ktsafere), Pastor (OeMSTIAN) 10:00: .- strip of waterway, which AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S :
    10:00: a.m.-Sunday School John C. Schemer, Minister 11:00 a jn.- & consMaiii one of the most beau- '<" :J ,
    a:00 a.m.-Mej'SJtag Worship North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30 p.m-E in tfce state. You might come .. .>
    10:00 a.m.-Bible School Wednesday t with fa* 'winning name. 1 :, 1
    Service : .
    7:30 p.m.- Bvaagiiistle! the There's the Chevy II Nova, also ann ,
    submitted
    Wednesday ; 11:00: a.m.-Communion and 7:30 Prayer The houee who Fftur .Itesufat al ftMrtwaH aupcr Spickl lastrument 1.f"
    ; 88 rersloa.
    "SusMWoe Skyway" fet the 9p9TVan able In an
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    7:45 All-vinyl
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    Friday: *' 110 Wednesdays: 7:30 p.m_ Petenkwrg Want to make'"rInr identification. Fourteen-, \ 'thanw \-.; (
    But Distinctive l bS
    7:45: p.m.'YouHk' Service- '7:30: p.m -Bible Study .v ,donor" other. the'd same win would the so prize.aptly de Just pick for in a new performance car with and whatever-you sporty trim.Inch' wheels and tires with full wheel' ;:!l4) ": .,'a,t

    Thi Weekly A Church Feature" Sponsored By The e that IOIMIfeC structure. mtnga-like bucket seats, 4-speed shift., 'disks.with floor-mounted Three-speed shift shift console or Powerclide1". ,' '
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    Think about taw wide expanse lots of horses-sad start driving Monza Spyder with complete I
    Corvair
    around tile rim of the Chevy's. got a lot of sport in four entirely Or the 'special identification '
    Instrumentation
    Hendry' ,County, Floyd Howell Agent Parkinee protected; made comfortable different kinds of cars. air-cooled! Turbocharged Six. r '
    Motors .\ OIL C'lIPA.NT Complete beautiful by.(he trees along Its Pint the Jet-smooth ,Impala Super and an And for a real wallop, see 1 "
    .. Put that, thought: Into two Sport with your choice of 'l. the stunning Corvette Sting r \1. .
    .t'IIIODt 1-1I&1 three words and .you'll have it diferenteengineethatrangeup! winner of the"Car Life" -
    Glad"Loan C rp. lord an & Pridgen Clewiston ,. to 425. hp and that include the 6IIPIR SPORT 'Rsy 1963 Award for Engineering"(
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    ', ...,10 Pt., : physical fitness Mke, to-say La. steering' wheel- that-adjuaU ,over-and a whole lot more '
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    . ,j i .e', Undo Dan From Devil's Garden Says: I West Palm Beach I COMMITTEE ASKS Wesemcyer Vandegrlft:,,Sr H.Fort, Pahokee J.nderlOll Myers!Toe and,alternates Fred I]ISugarlatid d Ranch Se., tt.lJor 1505 the. the Brahman two anunoy Shot'

    are Yearling
    ., ,'M. DEAR' MISTER EDITOR: I kept my big mouth shut Shell Show OpenShells SWEET' CORN GOALA bokee; A. H, Draughton! Fort Tops Cattle ShowAt tweD July l and guy Dee aM
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    I Speaking of the Congress, them ers; Joe Hatton Sr. Pahokee; won first and uecrM ..
    see by the where Sentor
    ., Hart ii papers urging the Coo' fellers ain't gltting the proper of the Seven Seaa is the marketable goal for Florida ter Rants, Canal Point; S. State Fair the three al11maa tot
    credit fer one little item. Back theme of the Shell Show 'which Knight Belle Glade; Eddie MI <
    to law "d corn to be established CriveSi.calved p
    grew pus a again cep> sweet Is expected McCabe,
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    tive packaging," calms the win when I was a boy the nickel was opened at the Palm Coast Plaza if recommendations proposed Pompano Beach; E 1 aDd 1961,
    men folks all over the nation li'I I very' handy; cola fer I feller to Community Room in West Palm by the Florida Sweet Corn Ad- Belle Glade; Harold Rabin, Belle ,; Sugarland Ranch owned and operated end' and third PIer 1roI"
    hollering loud on this matter tote around' in his pocket. It Beach yesterday and will remain are bytheeCCommluloner Glade; C A Thomas, South Bay; by United States Sugar Corporation Senior Heifer Ca1ve.SlId"
    would buy a heap of things, in open through February 25th. of Approved: Roy Vandegrlft Jr., Pahokee and won honor with seven the class calVed
    U. laid MM of bin legal wlmnea eluding a cup of coffee, good Thousands of shell, from minute At meeting of James Wilkinson Pahokee I animal entered in competition at /and Dec 31, 1961 betwee., ..'
    ... eoMtitoeat. report It has cigar, and UW an organization Sweet corn: produced in counties third\ "QI ar.
    bo small place.
    Saturday Evening ones you can scarcely see I the Florida Sweet Corn Advisory the major livestock: show at the
    I 4w. ) gt t* the place where I her Post Then evil days come upon them to monsters so Urge you can of Sarasota DeSoto Highlands Florida State Fair,la Tampa. tn the
    February
    .ei ..- ...', fe tiM Committee held at Pahokee Group c e
    ge the land and I Okeechobee St Lode and counties
    nickel believe : brt
    a hardly
    went out will
    your eyes be bred and
    t grocery ..... ae sere and tell of style Socialism took shown. There' ,14193.;. bthe committee voted south of those named .Is affected Seven Brahman were entered. owned by txhIDiIt
    over so are brightly painted
    ,,, all producer won the k..etvfs"nlor inland Ranch
    tram the unanimously Among them they
    < package what abe lagUting all1n\lla.\ .
    "I qa fast that the shells and by the order .
    Saturday Evening pale pastel shells rare and
    1, ,, w h.w maeh.W within the production area covered Chimnion Brahman BuILJunior second, in the
    ;a Post t'to
    Jumped to 20 cent and shells and common varieties. There to furnish ; bred and
    4- by the marketing order Champion Brahman Bull, owned by
    The chance la Mighty. good started coining out ,on Tuesday\ will be a case of Jewelry made elhi
    ;, th*;Records for the advisory Info Service Reserve Grand Champion Brahman entry won third '
    fi'i i that this Mm ha>et housewife The welfare, locusts' swarmed over from shells-the easels with ,the committee.to issue base Quantitycertificates Vets tweefirst of calvesbulls Place; III ,,
    Bull
    plus places, i frolll
    'i/k/ rt., was wearing fait* eye- the nation and the public debt cameo, the peal from the oyster, I, Helfer pap 1
    and to notify all producer two second and two third placesin from
    il\joII.\ ;; 1'a black wig ewer her got so high the people quit counting the coral: with ornaments and tortoise II, FRANK E. VELTItC Ranch das 211 ar ..
    '. wltam too marketing area gerrlee Officer single\ classes in the' Brahman entry Won
    hair, County
    troy a gjnll to hid her it up and started counting shell articles: among others nrji eel
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    bay,window and a Jar .' fa.e> it down. And it was at this and The Shell Club was organized la that the advisory committee win The general deadline for vocational Show; la the group class, judging _i the Produce of Da; tan!
    of
    ,. .paint. to as,er her wrinkle. stage in Its recommend to, the commissioner rehabilitation training for of the Brahman Show,, the animals mtls"elther tea;
    w" our history .that the "Con- with 30 mercbeii. and now produce 4..
    agriculture that markeiabJf"OIIi cow, the
    a two first,, three second and Sugarland
    Conflict won
    : disabled Korean veteranshas
    laln't agin $enato Hart's bill tress has come out with the Qve- has grown to 120.FULLER'S. < RaDIi,
    'r' i .all corn'placed in the primarychannels won Second:
    cent been eliminated! according to two third place place; fa }
    in the Congress, but I'd bav. to postage plan, restoring the Of'trade, between April class four Get...
    :',h nickel to the Veterans Administration. Two Senior Yearling Charolaii animals ofLI
    say, Mister Editor, that "dectp ttvl respectability and fixing
    I, 1M1 and 31. 1863, be established
    r'\'; :\ packaging" .ain't confined to the it so'* it! would buy a two-cent I FOLLIESBy July. Th.; deadline for completion of entered In the Charolais Show won bothsexestoberepre lWbitar

    \ grocery;, business. Maybe Senator .tam .'Three cheers: ,fer, the Congressl It was also, voted unanimously such training formerly was Janu- first and second in their class and the Ranch eZH
    "jt 4 ;' < had r 31. 196t or nine after beIng -' first aim declared ]
    ; Hart better put In two bill*. AL FULLERHooray that the.13 days provided for in ary years the place winner was second.
    11", : 'On second thought if my old ladysees ; But., things\ oo the whole. MIster Section nUll; Subsection J, shall I separated from the armed Reserve Grand, Champion.
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    'tk Our world is saved forces, whichever was earlier, Charolal bull
    this It Editor,
    l maybe was better is looking better. At least for be construed to commence on February 1T
    another few thousand Rufus Wilson Mgr V.A. St Petersburg
    President Kennedy; allows a* how 15, 1493 Tne entry into competition at
    -... the American years.I've .
    P'1 teflon he's going to lower taxes and re- All persons desiring to apply; fore said. the Florida State Fair mark the iMCMIK j ... .
    ; duce pending With that magic hook-up gotten gray haired and all permanent)I or temporary baN Under term of a law' pasted by first time In 14 year that Sugar- 01TM
    ; accomplished, worrying about this box'rifylag the last Congress, a veteran now land
    Russia Ranch has entered
    ; advocating quantity certificate were directed competition
    peace and capitalism, and Castro: plosion"thing when called "population ex to apply: ,to Lewis Friend, secre has a full nine years after discharge at a major cattle show and LIFE
    : \ :, RYSTALCXJEWISTOir without no missiles, about the only comes with suddenly someone tary-treasurer Florida Sweet Corn from the'.armed forces 'in the results of the entries art very' IDA
    up .a very simple lolu- which to his
    complete training,
    [ problem .
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    I pressing u* at the moment tion. Advisory Committee. P.O. Boa pleasing MOVIti1!
    I I sthe teenage menace And 6787 Orlando, Florida, for Information with no cut-off deadline it an
    .11I1_ I think we. can solve this problem Now we don't have to worry any and"application forms. earlier dateEligible .
    If the fathers of America will use longer It'll be a long long time Member and alternates nomlt- cUll bled Korean Conflict
    FLORIDA their belt fer the same thing their now before,,people are gasping for lilted by tht growers were appoint veteran may receive training, of
    ancestors used it Set to hold their air like guppies In a hot tank. ed 1 by the commissioner of .,ri- such character and length as necessary Funeral Home
    Double Feature pants up and their younguns down The solution Like I' said It's culture Doyle Conner to restore their ability: to ,

    a Frt Sat. Feb. 22,23. Of coarse, well always have simple! COMPACT PEOPLE! Officer",,elected were Ray Hat work, up to four years and In some .
    .Frl 7:30: 10:40 a few minor problems like fat MrJ Julia Morton pinUized her ota, Pahokee, chairman, George cases exceeding four years
    ,.. Sat 3:30.6:30: 10:00.Pit wimmen wearing slicks and self, is'a botanist at the University' Wedfworth, Belle Glade, vice Before starting their training
    "Wonderful To Be, Bobby Kennedy'* wife faBmc of Miami Sh"'a come up with this chairman; and Lewis Friend, Pahokee they must be Interviewed and test-
    Young" ,the swimming pool, but these theory and told about It during secretary-treasurer ed by VA counselors: to determine ,
    ; .. la matter that can be handled a conversation wtih Dr Paul Mang Other members of the committee theft aptitudes and Interests, Mr.
    this Technicolor: Song and by the United& NUGltI.W If, elsdorf. author of Standing Room Ire: Richard Alger Homestead -; Wilson explained.
    Musical Dance is for they east solve .'em we can Only" a book about population ;; Robert Apelgren, Pahokee: The training will be at government
    all ages always pull a law, pant. a explosion. James Sefeert, Oviedo; Luke Fraser expense and in addition the
    i FrI. ..4,915: PM. Only sign .r appoint a committee. In this book the author state I ; Paaehees Billy Rogers, South veteran may receive subsistence
    n Sat 5:00 8:;?0 PJtf.. : And If aO these faR th eCongrr -. that 11 in the year :20ft we'd not be Bay: Trite Item, Belle Glade; Roy allowances as.well as the disability -

    t "Rule Vaquero"ROBERT ** eaa'aiways"make a. sp- starving to death, but .squeezed to y,. compensation.The .
    TAYLOR death.. eligible! veterans may enroll .
    AVA OARDBft pioperation.Yours truly Dr, Mangelsdorf said that over with to.somebody' they could lookdown in schools or colleges, take on-the- Pattison
    In Action Drama doses Job training or institutional on-the-
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    .Uncle flea calcium have resulted In I don't kaow about '
    but
    1V ;t You Like a big-boned you personally farm training or enter other pro
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    thing that progeny only I'd' rather be a guppy in'a grams which ,combine classroomand Clew .
    .Sun., Feb. 24 kept us from develop hot tank;'" on-the-job-tralnlng I ftt f t, Florida
    3M-8JO.B10PM. lag into a race of ungainly giants
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    the American
    MoD; :. Tue., Feb. 25 26 Legion is that tall girls have a hard time
    7:30: 10:00:: P.M, : : finding husband and often end US f 4

    "What ver' Propeller Pump most marrying always short marry men.shorter Tall men'girli"if- I I ___' ___-_ __ _, _. +,

    ,: Happened To Baby S Inches to 71 inches Food manufacturers are dump
    WELL! PUMPS Log tons of minerals and vitamin '

    JOAN BETTIE:Jane"CRAWFORD DAVIS ,Mobile Repairs Centrifugal rump- InstaHatlona*I"Turbine to.Si" Intp People, eyerjrtWng are so 'full we eat of J.rcm'there and drink Ir ATYOUR FORD DEALERS\ FRIDAY! "

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    days It's*wonder they; don't break "
    t "1 Two Stars in the Season's Sales A Service

    Most Shocking: Climax L ,&: F Engineering' ,put'Last-yeai'with rust' I scale 0',: OnesMeet '
    ,was a health jag,, The Liveliest of the Lively !
    ) Wed. Thurs; Feb. 27 2S & Pump Co. drinking two quarts t>f milk a day
    ONE SHOW ONLY. 8 P,M. and munching. calcium: bars My
    :;h. "Rose Marie" Moore Raven, Fla.: damnation began following me '
    ., A Technicolor Phone WHItehall C-M17 around licking me and I thought [ Ford's all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world. premiere r In I
    Musical, You Night Phone It was just plain Monaco! At center is the hot
    adoration. But new Falcon V 8 that
    .Will Enjoy OB M77t, LaBelle after Sprint won first In i its class at .t the famed
    he got to drooling and doing Monte Carlo ,
    funny thlnn Hth- Jila ._*> ...,,- Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 164-hp V-8 and tachometer

    : foxily dawned on me"th'i I was are standard. More newsl! V-8 engines now available with any Falcnnl Top:the new Fairlane

    oozing calcium 'from, every Pore El''thili'l 500 Sports Coupe that took Alpine grades like a native. There's
    and
    WEDGWORTH'S INC. Sparky'i Instinct was thinking a choice of two V-8's and
    here was a yummy ,two legged a vinyl covering in black or white for '
    bone: its Thunderbird roof. foreground: new Super Torque Ford rr'et care nee care''I"

    ,' ,*, SINCE 1932 confuse I switched..the' to scent beer and/for'a straighten week to ;e, Sports line Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek new roof? FO R D'
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    out Sp rk,', thinking I won't new hardtop looks like a convertible
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    what this, did to his instinct, but '[leap!hIM,SMteft' In intf Cluk Wi-r.. '
    we had' to keep him, outside for'a .
    spell -- .
    Now all of us must change our
    way, of thinking: If we continueto
    gobble up aQ those minerals and
    vitamin well soon be a flee of
    0\\ yb.la. with each. generation rale-
    ''t.: ., lag hUttom'of .vea bigger giants
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    It took a* though. people are
    7 : Cane Molasses going to continue "having babies so
    I ,; Fertilizers t the only .....,Hrta* to doll to MUNtWKMMMMrMmwiMveomiAw : rr3tCTM :

    1'' Cattle 'Minerals PestkkksWEDGWORTH'S '- pie"tawed them to), ,"compact. ,IMO. :' fUfOtUIMCfCAIS

    :io.do this,,we'must act at once,
    a* it will take a few hsndred years

    to, reverse tk* tread. noticeably. "...
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    w INC., -> vitamiM. maybe .we should takeout

    t P. O.; Box .M 'BoB Gtade none WTa...6...IlfS Dr.half' Mangelsdorf that are already said< there.that )far: '

    TOM PARKER: 'Sale' RepnMenfetlre several hundred 'year* children. )A v

    would have to,give up: milk oar tir nth ? .
    Babyhood, be schooled& :in growta-,. f
    stunting moutainous, altitude tad

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    + fmlmfii- FOR SALE-Two Z-acre tracts on 1 Jeta the Amrir ttrloDI -......".. /:!
    $ DIED J Sl- and near A4 CanaL See'J1T, T tat MORTGAGES -" : .
    44S. Rge 34E. 1200 .,ere C. P I t : "j/ :
    OR SALE: -a bedroom home inCtewtston Fowler, 1711 Laurelwood Drive, 15% DISCOUNT PIZZAYU :,

    PHONE: YUkon 31201i Florida room. Beautiful Atlanta 11, Ga. MarUp 6% INTEREST o,, ,,," {
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    \l.A t w k jar units per word per Insertion. 70 cents, shaded tot with fruit trees. FOR SALE.-3 bedroom cottage at P. 0. Box 1M4IJackseavllle 2-3311 :;:
    Older frame with stucco Beautllul II, his.Edwards .
    minimum! charge tour Insertions (or the price of three __ Lake Placid. 40' pier. Boat hoist I
    ) street, north side Would
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    etc 100 It. lake Call Juanita
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    small trailer or lot, or both, -------1 1I" Sugarland Pharmacy '!! :
    -' t I- Johnson (associate) YU S.136LFrank t
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    REVOLUTIONARY AMAZING as payment Backer Denmead, Broker. ''''Ij'f';
    m Celt rt u ,:for.:Sale "LAWN MOWERS"iteep 347 N. alboe. care H .N Relgbicy. "l\

    ,grass closely cropped the RusselJ <"aik. fort Hyers :WANTEDWANTCPPeople i Are' : I

    carefree way Never needs oil or ________ Feb28p u ta kb' !,, ,
    WANTED-Good pay SEWING UACUINS agile, ReaJonsble are.le.Ilea. no electricity.or gas. OEMANPOKJCATJER THAN to learn Welt PIuflI)9 Repair j4 I ',.
    rTRFSS hive Style Square panclog. .Contact .
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    at .JPractically pew YU 2- You Boat to start steer or EVER for houses ,
    Kauraat hours. CaU Tony Glad 3421 uc; atop it. Completely automatic Jn- .flfe have cuitomers acreage waling. businesses pave Stockmaa., YU 14321. Replacements Renovation ........ ...... :r ',!i>i' ;, I
    days or YU U1I1..venln s.
    eluding Even chews up
    FOR SAUB Pan eett. $200. .fertilizing : last& ,yo(*'.property with usJ I' ,' + -J J.II r
    FEMAUESalesdy Ua cans and rubbish. ...... .JiwrtaJla.tJonOenaraJ i
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    A&vwVtitot Ifx established monkey, euppUee. for .demonstration come ts, AI tic Home to excellent conjHMon. : RapaU* piotc.t i' ; i
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    Permanent No expert J'IIUer'.GoI Farm. OOM to schools Trouble I Ja
    toad
    shopping InPahokee. $ woUpf
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    'Wcessary Jrain you.Lr FOR SALE .W .MOORE HAVEN. Can Bunt Seal Estate Licensed .Etrp.rlnadPhone '5 against Aeft, l01I : ,', '
    pecssEomallss Potential AnJiaal Fum. Phone YUkon CUSTOM BUILT' kitchen cabinet Six room' house. 1ft baths,' ...-. tic peW property.' rjerionl, );,, .' '
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    lieXAK1tt3I for pew ,or remodeled homes ,'-i'i''
    YU S-1270 screened ,potto., Double' fotftty.f "
    week. 4'AGne ALl. .. Pffte'i Cabinet Shop 345 W. Saga- carportCall WANTED TO RENT Refined YJJ 2-7233 : '::- :
    FebaBc USED TV BETS: WH ..... MarioN bfiw
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    ''Caaran.erd $15 95 dm/n, $14.04 ;more Ave. or' call YU 22653MarUc. -. couple no children need three WihtJTfes*._..... -A '." ukP ;
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    bedroom unfunuehed house V3
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    I WHO CAN per month L-V;,.:; APP1ANCE. ESTATE .. J\, \
    bwlarly each month a stabtA .. YU" ',,1 tic toNnra S.BEJsO0M.'2-bath frame. North March IS. Would\ give year's lease .other foouaetyH pot10'* .
    J tS+lU, 7W Fl for right house. Call YU 2-4501 Bemreyoa'rifwttrted.SeM. 't.'
    Studio Girl Cosmetics clients side. IhiceUeftt condition.. Kitchen Dont risk financial rota. > I' !
    FO.. $ALE a-T'DE SPINET 4bo .orjgan: M 6ft days or yon* l days. YU 24321 evenings. Feb28p I{; ;p
    making icy futElaped. Large lot
    around Clewlston, compete* ; )
    and 4ITS .I 1NO. Rep-isessel Will transferto 'uWty r Refunded. Your choice of I and fruit kee..A home.FOR : I ;t'i f \ Ir I
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    per day. Route will pay up QewJutpnor\ 30 days, only 145. BAWeV-NorUiatde. 128 feet ,.. '
    hour. Write easy monthly Installments 2-QM1. ttcC3BHU8HBD trontafe. 3 bodrooma,, 2 bath '
    500 per STUDIO BIll poane. Phone .. .
    COSMETICS, Call credit manager dewjston CB8 new, immaculate, $20,000. Acreage -: k Howard %>intto
    ndale. Calif. YU 2-7151, or piano can be seen:at c:: l jJHpTOS taken NORTHBXDB 8,,..bedroom frame, ',U ...
    Lake Appliance Co., 321. E. Reg- your uonveiuanoe.. Wed n LBaquetL 'IOoeo.NQ8'nM11A111.. Per Sale! JLiIiPr; .

    arland Highway. Febtlc .commercial ,homepop- .. j? .bedroom, frame One section auckland 1ft mOes ':$325.. '" .
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    thick innerapring mattress, $30. '. a.24$1. ..CAPITOL PHOTO Bedroom CB6 duplex, $9 MOI buy .& $125 acre, Terms -Beardsley r ",
    !STYLI! SHOP. Ito Bedroom Can, $U.BOO. per LAKE '
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    RENT.**rraueq; and Trail- 24131. Sagamore.FebUc LET US YOUR W .) bedroom:freane $7.,500Acreetfe Insurance. Agency ; ,,.

    Royal Palm Trailer HOME In Canal Point. Topm.n.hip. work M ftvejlable.COlnrntY Thurmond Knight APWJANCE Your IndMiHlrnt| Agent' :'r.
    spaces FOR SALE-1952 Ford V-8 Pickup. MOKE. acres. S bed. .
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    Real Estate. PH. YU 2-1111 r .
    Call Hunt "
    |k. Phone YU, 2-2608 tfc dean. No rust 1960 Falcon 2- room OB obstructed. Completely Realty Inc. Serves YOU First ,i i
    Pahokee 924-7933., tIc 101 East!! //4-.aiied 1Bcfawa1 : ./
    RENT ..* 2 and I' room door. Radio and heater. Straight tIIrDI ed. ,TV. Freezer, Cattle. .'t''
    Good ton-' Fenced. 3 writes out Paved state JBeaf HN Ph. VI 4-1138
    .pane gears. gas mileage car Join the America Leg t
    [trnlahed ,apartment, : .
    tfc Louis Christiansen. South Atlantic road.All conveniences Ideal site.3M West film Beach. Fla.'ABOUT ff :
    271. Ave. Ph. 31664. Mart? W. G. PERRY Tax OonuNaatComplete FHA HOIttS In Palm Beach Phone 844-6351 V
    RENT-Bedroom with priv- Income' To Service ;
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    >FOR> BAUD Payroll envelopes.printed ; ,
    t. bath. Phone. 2-6881 W. E.fley Plwne, YU 27841., various atott and prices. Small! ,
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    (ley 315 Este El Paso Clewts- home buyers ." I'I"t i red FOIt'SALE-ReconditiOlled; portable commercial) I am seeking employment Over. 1.000 vacant lots to select THE ONLY THINC? KENNEDYCONSTRUCTION )

    ROOM, pstip and cabinet model sewing can' lave you many $.$ from "for e& purpose. Varloua LEFT IN THE WORLD TVAT ; ;

    machines .WflJO and up. Sewing can handle planning loan procedures price CAN BE,SHOCKED : area)
    ate entrance.., qriy y
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    E. Circle DdvC.hons GRAIN/
    LONG THesK'low Interest, farm ", :
    ,," '. .belle Glade. MarUp Write George Kendall. Box 789, '
    and ranch mortgages
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    cane nwe
    : FOR SALE ->Two W portable Clewlston. Fla. Uc ,!i'' ,
    $50000
    olD &the Aine.dt..j ajoa.JHElFfl '"" irtttfrun i
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    TV's," one 21" on Iwivel stand. Join the American teflon r LIflTDfOB NEEDED ,
    LsByers Motel YU 2-289L ,Feb21e .J. M. LANKFORD I ,
    AmEP BLUM & SONS PLASTERING "'
    930 Beat, fcsgarland Hitfiway IId
    AIRPLANE FOR SALE: :. Four; ; Very Best .Work .
    I ALE or.JI7Jl IAJ.E Fire; Auto and General .
    place Piper .Trl-pacer. Complete ,\e $ave You .Money sMurance Building ,Contractors''

    WANTED' instrument panel and super Homer Paltering, !Wmuhrted! Stone .. .. Phone 2-2161
    MAN OR WOMAN radio. New condition in and out. Stucco,-Free. Estimate =- .
    SPARE TIME $900 down. Easy monthly pay Licensed and Insured Feety. in Immokatee,

    [ refill and'coUed money from ments. YU 2-3421 or YU 29 Y..ra"1D Business coasiatlsg lit pool room. super
    264SLtfc market and aortal units. Excellent
    machines dispensing HiGradedy. Fort .Myers. Fla HeED
    Gum and Sport Cards In _Business 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 opportunity" (or right person. Fully Albert F.KellerPresident 916 Park Avenue
    Opportunity tic financed. This property, Is a proven -
    i area. Easy to-do. Bxocllent In- wishes to ,
    maker owner
    money .
    e. $475 cash required secured' OPPORTUNITY open for $9750 SINGER SEWING MACHINE retalre. See Aaijilta Johnson associated Lake Park, Florida;
    |Inventory. Include phone num- per week man. Age 25 59. Also representative will be at Old- with .Frank Denmead, Tune 5pecialr
    Write P.O. Box 11$, Orlando: have opening for semi-retired man dens 1 furniture Store each Friday. Peat Estate. Call YU 8-1361., tfo. up "
    FebZlc (would consider lady 40 to 60)). For parts, sales, service stop In .r
    Route uk,). For personal Inter FOR SALE a bedroom house
    YU 24721 tic
    -QUALIFIED man or woman for, view in your 'community write J. or call Large lota. Huge oaks Prime location ", k r. s i

    istabllshed route' work. Will H. McGarity. P.O. Box 627, Willis- I on Pasadena. Excellent value.' NOW FOR 'SALE {: !
    n. Can,earn 90 or more per: ton Florida Feb2lc 1& Call Juanita ,Johnson YU 3-1361,
    Write 'Mr. Heath. Box 2766; DOUG'PEARCY associate with Frank Denmead, I '

    loin i Station.; Memphis 2. Tenn.FebZlcI LEARN SQUARE WESTERN DANCING. Class STYLE now 414 E. Sdf trUnd.. Ave. Real Estate tic Just released for sale ('

    being formed. Contact Dave Stock for FOR SALE 3 bedroom frame Available immediately VV V

    I-Job tho Amerlcaa Leg km- man. TAX SERVICE house Furnished or unfurnished

    ......................, ...........M. Can YU 2-4111 ': Marllp '
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    Store Shop
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    I, In heart of motel area On US 27 i'f. '.1 w'rri
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    BUSllESSDlRECTOR i eeWIu t makes i 'r
    /' Show room 50'x25' .. all glass front ';,..u. ','...:;;

    "i'' } l r \ a t 41, the leaves' ; Shop 50'xGO' with, 12' ceiling. ,,' ; {t


    BOTTLED[ GAS 'j WALDRON'S r 1 I t ;; leek j< 80 .dfi Steel frame, concrete block construction'' .... ';7/; ,
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    1IBATS_AJHJ OROOBttaSppenl j "

    AppliancesSalesServicc jI I \ I INIIHW ?" Substantially reduced to .' I t ;-(1

    "". AJ4.-BP,2t., I : r .r, ;A F, ... ", ( $22,500EXCIIIflt Terms ;# ':I :

    SEVEN DAYS A WIVX I II We've got a couple of diseases

    POWER GAS I a \ V j .In our extra crop, ton. One to

    For Your Spur of Moment Plcnlca r : a leaf blight with a long name. J. E. Real Estate P. I

    CORPORATIONWANTED Clowlstoei ,., sl The other is Pucclnla rust. Beardsley, ,
    Four Ullee East of I } .. n

    CAIIR 'Eiai ; : end our cilery-it .tin salt' Refl. Seal' Estate Broker
    bail b
    -'wt; 101II1' + i disease ix ..
    South Bay r tkaltS '
    ._ r : ) 2-7501
    '" .. ',' -- .. ..0. ",' .. p t i1 l : :No, that's celery Wight'If we 206 E Sugarland. Hwy. Ph. YU
    1 ; 'don't do something about it,

    .Attention. Cattlemen,', those\ diseases could ruin our -
    fr' I
    Customers ., i I+ ewJe4ke" >eUai t "toad.. crops cost us a lot,of money.: fRANK'DENMEAD ":' :

    n!".dekte wltt a leojr tens J naW Then what are w goads dot .
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    ;_ .. 'W.; 1 latest titeI,117m'Federal
    Licensed FUrida Beat Estate Broker > : ;
    1 Our spray truck Is all loaded t '
    EXPERIENCENECESSARY' Aereee i:; !li,
    from Fab Grenada ,
    Land Bank and ready to right now. ,.,
    ,,up go YUKON S-1421 a TU S-1H1, CLEWKTONA ;. .}: .
    I, We>,inning DrrpANi M-22 1.
    Jordan & Pridgen gee er Write' I -they call Jt a maneb fungidd tEAL.BUT

    SERVICE: STATION: w. .. SLIT ..It'll control the dueaseala Motel I Beach Resort Fort Walter leach Fla. 14< ft. private
    WalcaU Dn41C I' our corn,;and our celery white sand beach and same footaro oa CS H. Over 4 acres .la
    jf.. .M .. aD. Modern aaasonry eettares, tile ..u... ... UWlle Uel.
    HENDSY oomrqt v"ep: ..+.ytos. pbrldai / ,'J Heat" sly sonitHlonliif.. Large...'. ..... .S ear carafe.Beataeraat I

    fide & Al .. ". .._"-V ..+1 .How can pouf (< sure, beach pavttfoa. Deep well raved driveways. t'ri
    :- ". FeHy famished. $ .' business CM.eM.Moat .
    Sanmer frtesee
    Abe f I',. \' MW ,, : be see to : .::: Cast be fbtiMed. Price $7Me.: ((1(1I.

    Ps4Abe 'J'l.DE. ) ,yean. Most of the 'amen I7'i appetBtaseat call Freak De0.adi TU 2-4421 >er JoaaKaJobjuea. ,

    ; ,r 1 n* ....ou.ctlit\ it to keep asaeetsto 'I111HI.J .t' I
    I ''iMV' corn aad celery! healthy. FOB SAUti' ;?

    -J i tI Walt and tee-come harvest 4 parcels ef reed_farm laad. eeaalsttaa: ef tMt acres. Afler ,
    1 I. .....'11'have'..lAg. $ald 01 pert.

    FOB 1 :top (quality"corn toft Belay.' .briedM. "*f J- .... ,M impreved ......... Make
    .. ., exeelkat: ken* farm aabdlTltloa er prlvafo ere). ledge. ete.Affl ,If\
    Palm -pJi Vt J JtWr ",.heW : eflera eeaildersd.JIN -O'

    and i V t[ s : G 1 ,:""" 10.., ..M-2t I TraBer .. .... .......M InN ......... ... !

    1 1..' .011 tfu !totf acre you said tau. \.eUag far pr1ae w aria "fftd&itat; 4RNa ....
    I sera gel saa4.aa ek. New being farwod.n t
    it; + ; 6.n d ." sad eleaM. 1 1M
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    ,-. Page T. THE CLEW13TON NEWS Clewlaton. Florida 1'hJn .Y, February Ji, 18S3


    hall have tuaUflod. .nd fir the 'OBITUARYMRS. I Effort Successful In Farmland I

    ',;:(",.'. Public Notice meatlnv purpose' *-of a* 'a'r"t. ch. .otherluataea said EVELYN WA1KER WOOLF i' l 1 I Personals 1 1Mr. Boosting

    .: NOTICE OH- IWTKNTIOl Td APPLY M. U Crtary J.,trla. Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn THE TA4$ Mt OIRECTIY BY0.URIoA's I Conservation, 1
    ,;' Walker Woolf, of FIST YEAR
    1ry1R PAISAOM Or SPKtlAfc OR South Florida 49 Tampa VS1TDRS% L
    ,!',, LOCAL ... GIVEN District Conservancy were held at B. Marion Reed Chapel APPI MtN ITHf 160,000E ITNIB and Mrs. 0. K. Phillips of More tt.an'ZOO.OOO farmer who conservation of their natural M.
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY that THGrQTN.TAXES I
    CN-tie Monday afternoon She was a IS AOOUP 13.6T O weekend had not been doing conservationwork sources Many of the
    at the $ .aion of th* t.eglslatvre of Feb 14, 11. loll BY Fort Lauderdale were farmer. OIl
    11' Florida convening In April, 111, sister of Mrs Gilbert Sugg of dewiston. COLLECTED of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.Orris. requested Agricultural Conservation such Jam have never undertake
    application will be made for tho guests
    Join the Americas LetUo
    assistance to needed conseratloa
    !':: of *p elal or local.l.glelsi I TO 6ULD W NEW SCHOOLS, i Program messures, nor;
    .-r:* nbtanp of which will b* I Mrs Woplf was prominent Id' NEW HOSPlTfiLS WO 600 initiate conservation project in utilized the services readily
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    and his daughterCard
    4 f" a* follow LEGAL NOTICENotice I club work and well known In garden MILES OF MtW ROADS I Wesley Henson 1963; Ems wTHiams ,chairman able,tq them through the U.S. nLpartment
    I I. hereby 'th visited friends
    i then br I Ann of Naples, I
    ,w th:uun elppooi Coon ofltho rS Florida Sweet Cora AdTlory Committee club circles throughout, the Agricultural SabUlzatfoo and Con i of Agriculture to feed
    :t.. Clewlaton Florida to boos March, ..tabll.h.d pursuant to the state. She held national accreditation In dewlston Saturday.Mrs. servation State Committee. re a farm conservaUon program

    :;. within warrant' the for corporal arch limit and .of.lnN the .Sweet Corn 1IS1 Marketluc, that any Order person(u.mended In as flower chow Judge\4 was W. O. Morgan was In Lake-I ports. This resulted from a sped*! Total 1982 ACP assistanc.

    1ir', Cltyof CUwlaton,.Florida. ef place, the Counties! of BaraioUt, DeSoto, lasTln Oewlston a few weeks ago land Wednesday, attending effort during the past rear, by farmers such is pr0vided
    y vehicle, or thine to b* .arched Hlarhlaada Okoechoboe *n4 8t .when she stopped to visit her sis g11i services for her cousin Mrs. T. ASC community committeemen these ud
    I' and Lucia and all other count! aonth Other parttclptttag .
    In the manner upon the earn farmers-witk.
    .r term, ci-bund and condition. a* of the aforeald countlt In the ter while enroute to *flower show B. (Ruby) Dubone. She visited giving their own ,time,, to encourage out an, increase la
    .dmlnlstrattw
    procrlbed by Chapter 111. Florida flute of Florida who Intend to Iin Fort Lauderdale. briefly with her daughter Mrs.. iuch farmers 10 ,,undertake funds-amounted
    Statute annotated. lltl. and amendment place *wt corn In the primarychannel to about S2ZO mn.
    and while
    family
    thereof, and In cane of a. nil- of trade during the period Survivors include two sons, Robert Wilson Boyette I. needed ,conservation ;practices. lion. la ''Florida the amount
    demeanor or, violation of an ordinance April 1. 1M1 te July tl. Hit must F. Forrester, Tampa and Ron i there. explained that the approjdjnately WH
    The n
    a l' of the Cltr of Clewlton. be have a permanent. haw quantity ald Dale Forrester Athens', Ga.; and Mrss. L. C. Miller returned -i e chairman minion. Sine
    ingcommitted to make the same returnable certificate properly issued by the Mr. Acr. hich nee 1938 had provided farmers who take part In the
    ,J.,' ., before himaelf. and In the Florida ,Sweet Corn Advisory Com her mother, Mrs. I, R. Turner; Saturday from Jacksonville' cost-share assistance td farmers gram must alw Invert pro.
    cal-01':a felony being committed mittee. Any peron who ban..U three three broth.en ,' several their own
    Tampa} staters Beach where they spent
    : la the need to conserve money, time labor
    (" to make the aam returnable befor or hlp wet corn during thus period R1i meeting end equipment,
    a th. County Judge of Hendry County without a permanent. ba. and three grandchildren. days dut to the illness and deathof soil, water and woodland resourceson the total.Investment in ACP .
    ." .' Florida or any Judge or MarUtrate ouantlty certificate anal be guilty her mother Mrs. E. E. Edwards .. cost.'than
    their farms and ranch* -recognizes practices
    having lurl dl tlon to try, f a mUdemeanor and lubject to the Mft& E. E. EDWARDS and amounted to it
    or hold a preliminary harlnT. upon penaltle ai set forth In the Florida A Their daughters. Lou every community twice, this amount of
    ouch. felony 0 Sweet Corn Marketing Act of un, Mrs E. E. EdwtAU of Mayport tiiIH 1 Ana and Mrs. C H. Miller, also: thai ffl nearly on, tug
    CITY OF CLETW1STOMBy amended Fla, mother of Mrs. Leslie Miller, went to Jacksonville for the services of the United States there are IJelst
    Leon BembrirLEON Notice I II also given that any p.r80n "
    BBMBRT. Mayor who I* not ellclble for a permanent of Clewiston. died last Tuesday afternoon returning Friday farms that have lagged in the Join Ute America LegtaVitamine -
    CN-114 baa quantity certificate I must in a Jacksonville Beach ecullI'ftAIM -
    Feb. 11 1141 file a request for a temporary bane attlndlcOMMITTlI,, Mrs. 0. 1. Sutton and Mrs. B.
    after
    quantity certificate with the Florida hospital a short Illness. E. dark made a trip td Nashville,
    Join the American Let-too Sweet Corn Advisory Commltt. If Funeral services were conducted Ga., the latter part of. the week
    he wlha t plac weet fa the
    corn
    primary channel of trade Thursday afternoon at the Glddens I With Our 'Boy to Visit their father, W. W. -Lewii
    BI TICK or INTENTION! TO APPLY the period April J, lOU to July If Funeral Home Chapel in Jacksonville the occasion of hU birthday.
    t FOR PASSAGR Or $PKTIAli OR 1/6L on
    Beach and Interment was In In The Armed Force "
    LOCAL LBOISUATIOlf You are instructed to contact I J Mrs. Anna Mae Jones was la
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lewis Friend Seoratary-TTea.ur.r, Mayport Cemetery '
    Punta Gorda, visitingthe
    at the 8lon of the Legislature of Florida Sweet Corn Adrliory Commute Surviving are tw) sons O. H. I II Wlnton G.. SpurUn. air control- Friday
    ,, Florida convening In'April 11(1 application *, 4401 Faat Colonial Drive and C, G. Edwardi.. both of May:, man second class. USN, son of Mr. Charlotte County Hospital
    P O Box ITS7 Orlando Florida,
    will b* made,for the na- I
    which is undergoing remodelingand
    sego of .peclal or local legislation I Telephone 141-1111, for the proper port and one daughter Mrs.: and Mrs. Jessie E. Spurlln of 208 a k1IrFrN'M
    ": the aub.Uae01 which will b* a* form to b* need In ubmittlng I apapllcatlone. Louise Miller of Clewiston and two South Francisco'Street, Clewiston expansion program at the "1r FGIi
    follow: Th* dadlln for inbmlttln I
    present time
    either grandchildren' Is serving with I' Airborne Early
    AN ACT relating Jurisdiction type of application I
    r' power and authority of Police of th* hall b* March t, 1/41. Application I I Warning Squadron 11. based at Ar- Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and grandson
    City of CUwlaton I In Hendrr Coun received after March 1. 1S41 will Owens, weekend visitors
    Cy were
    ,. genUs, Newfoundland.The .
    ty providing effective date not be considered for the .nIIIIO Happy Birtkciay '
    : 5 CITY OF CLEWISTON squadron sends flight crewsto in Okeechobee.
    "Bp-Leo. Bembry FLORIDA SWEET CbRN AD- Feb. 21-LUliwi Honks, Pete Turner '
    Keflavik,Iceland occasionally Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cox and Mrs.
    't LEON BEMBRT, VI80RT COMMITTEE *
    Mayor Mrs, Ester W. DaUdwm. i
    CN 111 Lewi FriendSecretaryTreamarer to',meet its responsibilities in the I; 0. Bishop of Fort Pierce were
    1'Y.'1< ... 31. 1HIIt Feb. -.Fred-- W.Orris,May i North Atlantic guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nlet can add an extra

    .... CN Feb.-111 14, 141Jln Knot*. The squadron f tea radar-equiPped son and Mrs. Evelyn Nash yester wi 1, 4 I cover of resistance against
    : SOUTH FLORIDA fi
    y> <, DISTRICT roitCRRTAKCT Feb. 24 '-Low. Miller Linda aircraft on reconnaissance and surveillance ',; t coed*. Fer high potency vita-
    [ NOTICE Or LANDOWNERS the Americas Walker; James M. Harris, Joe Dominquex'W. miwteos detect attempt .day.Carlos pine at reasonable prices
    f ; .. MBBTtna -- teflon G. Perry. to any Dickey and W, P, Jernl- hop at,
    at aMretclon' on the United attended the Miami Rotary
    NoUn fn
    hereby gan
    to'
    irlren that In
    ) *o- Feb. 25-Alice Barton.
    { oerdanc with th. provUlon oft NOTICE I. Hereby Gives that th* State and her aBlel.t Club's International Dinner In the
    Chapter 047- nnderalg-ned. deeming to I. Feb. 24-Mrr. Goldie Dunaway, .
    S 5S Law. ot Florida Act emrare ** v .
    1141, a meeting l of the bvalneu under the fictitious name American Everglades Hotel In Miami.Mr .
    l. l'f.t ? owner of of Amoe V, McClelland. Mrs. Melvin -leba the LefloflBIABfAGE -
    BARK
    TRADING ,
    T land within COMPANY
    Booth
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    nosy Dl.trlct will b Florida* held on Coaser.Tue.- NOT INC., at Haiti and Sa* Benlte Wilder Mrs. M. W. Bigg.;Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Moore have
    45' "M :c't.11, till, o'clock StreeU. CUwliton. Florida Intend Adeline Pape, Mrs. Ernie Red SALE returned from Amerlcus, Ca.,
    off thee
    to register the said
    A. nan with the '
    offlc
    ; \ tract la the* City* of Belle said Dl. Clerk of the Circuit Court .of Hen. Feb. 27-Edna Dana A. R. Two The Rainbow Girls will hold their where they were called last Wednesday
    ,;: County of Palm Beach State Olade of dry County, Florida.LeKoy bert Sr.. J. C.' Marshall. William rummage .tale, Friday afternoon by the unexpected death. of
    ,"l; one Florida upervlor for the puraoa for South. of.elwttlnf Florida Carlos R, Dlcll Har Begietrant* Palmer. Viola Tlndale. starting at 4 :o'clock in front of her brother,. E. E Lee. P HAP rMd=Y
    'r Conservancy District, for Attorney for Feb. 28-Irrrui Ellington lUch- Western Auto Store.
    a term of
    4''I! ,r .tbree' ear. and until bl. aUCCleHOr Clewleton CN.I21Jan Florida> ard Pape T. H. ltol.Dd.Mn., O. The sale Ivan planned for last Phone mea 1-7211 > 'OewlataD.I1..
    r,1:, hall b. elected or appointed and ei, Feb 7. Hi U, 1141 L. Sutton. Mrs. Cussie Foy.. Saturday but was rained out -J U the American gkm-c(
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