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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 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Return Postage Guaranteed. S.a 345.3. PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON FLORIDA-:- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1963 VOLUME 38 :. ,

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1 "Sing Jong Wtl> i.. .ar t 1cJren'" a Day "

fiEIE&"ONcJhNS At The Fair j'j'C
A preacher; got a tteW idea PARADE h +,,

for church; sermons .by watching >
eemmercfaU' 'en tV, Zeke Friday to CMUhreal Day at (
JHeadry Ceoaty Fair and aU %; /'
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Crukb* preacher sate gbgsing'abeut"yar .
School ehlldre will be adMtt- '
f'product: seen**to<, j ted to the grounds free la. (fee.afternoon. I h
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.Sell 1t*; fetter than UlUnt thTtw. fjtli n
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Southland Amuse- ,. ''i l
,V.wrt. <>. (f te'ltyik It's, s .
void# Wee te.Writs ..... which operates' the saU-V.4,,. I ,
.: sermon '
'f( .t. way: Is also holding ,a apeclal'; ,
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HAVEN It,folk "dVewstf, hen steal
ttCLL'S DAIRY OF MOOgE CHARMED"CHILDREN } matinee for shed children, :
with \fc.lr Shetland peiry..ravn vehicles. Mrs..Ferrell a UM from Mitch and jet UaemId" I
ALIKE .
ADCLTS ', offering toe sties, at lower"f:
rides with aer'' m *Iaaahter: V! Bertarat, and ''rerea.tIc" .. the act. IJ ; prieea.. daring the aftenuon .,-
I I1 and Bonnie Bass. Mr. FerreD I* Millar tae lead peay. Inhe Read Uncle Dan'a column I f "

background .re Chala Nltka; Qwsea lady Davis and princesses tats:: week. Schools will dismiss. daeaealeariy ,-

bed eoun.-8TAFF PHOT@;, -- $ IY se the yevatvten soar at1tend I

qn.;", H Itdi J'J!!'! '.".- owl'"" r'. ."t\1\ II. the, Pa4fY6ra4ee, .1. S and! ,
'Organ xnusic mingled with the I will. b. dismissed at t a'etaar] i
drums and ether trades at I:,.. :#
sounding of bands, lufflf of .n :
and the cadence 4j+marching feet t
to add sound to'tee' colorful and I. :
varied parade tohifh opened the I.t Fire DestroysShawnee i

11th annual Hendry County Fair :, ,ls1f rk t ,.

and Livestock. Sfeof s la dewlstonMonday. Farms : '


Highly polished ptvr model'cats House :;;;'\
carried the dljnMnrles to lead the Packing "

parade the eteoM officlali of Hen- M ;

dry County, ,w*..'were e chosen for Fire'of unknown origin destroged'tt'y, I
special honor s4', sw Fair Sleek a 24-year old frame packing home :'i Y
convertibles aloe 'bluo the seven of Shawnee Farms Monday after t( .,

lovely candMatw lar Queen's title noon, but the ,dewiston Volunteer J',
a In the beauty nomad at the Fair Fire Department prevented the, .
tonight; .anetter. Was decoratedwith spread of the 'blaze to nearby \ ,
,
t Miss Sm** 1962, lovely I buildings. There war a brisk wind ;!

Becky Thomas' Mswes, her pink 4 I blowing when >the fire was discovered ,.
r ruffled formal ss sidint over the by Shawnee field workers at ,,,, ; ;
rear seat on woh fhe was perched r k t 4:20 p.m. It was already well v, ': \
She was deoafafon enough for underway and' a large part of ":i,, ,
any car." -rVielrig I the building wail In flame '

,, ;fir; :Bjiewt. .t honors was The Fire Department truck war ;\
Beta Sigma''m's Valentine Girl already outside the building ready ,,, "
Mrs. Nancy Hal who made a pretty to take part in the opening parade '
picture in bar. white formal posed of the Hendry County Fate Firemen '

against a ..*.e, red Valentine drove Immediately to the J., i

BENEATH THESE GROTESQUE COSTUMES designed sad mad their costumes. ant the, ,.. heart .t I WALDRON EDWIN' Shawnee Farms building tome ', ; :
.BRUCE CATO AND GREG BICKETSOX three
MEMBERS OF Lapiermache beads.gall. Comedy touches1 were toe' three nine miles northwesterly frornrsdewiston. .;:"? ,_
ARE THE TALENTED the (
clowns from tH Oewlaton Recreation members ef the Clown Club, sponsored .by the Clewlalea Recreation h
Chapter el Beta M.m. FW Bored* ,. wheYOUNGSTERS enlivened the at the opening of the Fair Monday
parade
.. Department .
.. Departn'\' !Wt,,Bruce Waldron, Otto Larsen general manager ,
Greg Rlcketaoa. a d Edwin Cato, STAFF,PHOTO. '
for Shawnee Farms, said the packs
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and the Bewarljr HBl Billies of the !
\ mg'house, originally built to pack ,.
LaBelle Junior'' Woman's"dub A lettuce for market, bad been used '" i
yM g '. '' *l > 8,1 match for anytfedM Mardi Gras or for storage purposes only for several -,;i'<

Y Gesparila'gMii' pwuce were the YOUTH BEEF SHOW years,since the farms quit r"
Beta Sigma W Mawbers trom L- ,'
the lettuce business". There were Ii'
Belle In their cnstyal-type# papiermathe 20,000 unused paper cartons still;"
e beads (which were their in the building.., Recently a ':': '

own design and' handiwork.) GIVES 25 AWARDSGlen 19,000 shipment,of Spray material" ,
There were live)?- high, school for cane fields had arrived and ,1 'I
tends, the Igsiiliinl Band;courteously been placed in the building pending :' ;_
I'' trinketi' mjthe: r..ar,' following Use. Melyln Wilder had four Til;';
the Moot\ "ven, old tractors stored in' the
tj Prldgen won the Showmanship 'Shorthorn' female 16-24 months, building
14 t$' Booker'T. Washta im and LaBeIla'1 Tropbjr of, the 'Beef CattleShcwaL.tbe.Hendry Danny Krlefler; ; blue.6horthofl.1emale also. All these were completely) ";,

h l r m Academy,? bands jjft ..j mt ,I !, CountY Fait t,.; ; 24 months oroioWDiinny1 destroyed by the.fire. \ i.tj(
f 4' ;4 -;i4. There were three e cars from I and Uwst e7Showc 'fop' edIt ; Krledletr'blue-Mike The bulldJnf'vwo''!approximately!

the Scoring 12-llour' Race, and right The showitliuihtp award is Bowden '!lent) Bowdea -red. 80 by-120 feet and was of'frame!
there was 'a 1910 electrio-xsllenUy: given to the person who handleshis Grand champhn Shorthorn female, construction.: The loss has nest been!
gliding down the parade-route as animal best In the ring during Danny Krledler; reserve champion estimated but Larsen said it is/,; I

0k y.t Rotary Club's 58th anniversary': entry the judging; it is a measure of Shorthorn fenru.te Danny Krledler partially covered by Insurance.' ,*, -: '
< the training which the exhibitor MMWMHMHMMHMVBMMHMMHMHW "
Charbray female; 6-12 months, *.
Moore Haven entries inculded has given the animal and Is acov,
Tommy Nnvllnt! blue; 2. years or
their Chalo Nitka Queen. Judy Davis eted aw:.i .'-:...> Corbla presented over, Tornnriy'NjwUng, red. School Board \. A i
and her Princesses on a Skillfully the trophy Khich: young Prldgep
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Cross bred be t: 6-12 months; Lets ContractFor 4
decorated Semlnol coat;-the won ,
Mike Bowden 'red.
Big Baas float, and "two Shetland The show opens: before a large .! Additions '
The Showmanship Trophy wa.preer..tcd
pony-drawn vehicles entered by crowd of visitors Mho came to seethe "
Terrell's[ Dairy > by John Corbin of Cor- Additions: to the LaBelle. ce.n:, ::
FILLED 'THE Wanda Bpooner. Marly TTCion. David Swindle,, youths display their cattle and bin Film and Ranch Supply Clew
IN COSTUME A realistic sugar house with to help honor the W L.. Holland ton and Harlem school plants will A
FLOAT OF THE .FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third row Patti Drake, Harry Vantlm.. Kim bock smoke trickling from., its family selected for the honorasthe lston. Trebles: far the Angus I be started this week under contract, ,
DNDEKGARTEN. MM...Antlrea'8oItoa.,' left, Scott Rebecca Pra". Monl-a McCarthy, Rear stack and decorated with'a few Hendry County Farm Family champions were presented by'Bill I I awarded by the Hendry countyBoard :, -'
iwbted !Mrs. Lit" ."Miser;: Jr.,,teeoaer. In shepherding Dinah Af ant. Jody He:: dry, Keith Caiaeau Benofe pretty girls, was the entry of the of the Year. Zlglar of Gator Feed Company, of Public Instruction: to Earl
I her fto"k'during .k* *..*..e. The ehllrn MUler. Eddie Crosby lad Mfrtha Kamlres. U3 Sugar Corporation. The Belle Glade The trophy for the O. ChOds 2921 Thomas Street, Hoi-*''I*! ,
< but present are Henry Wren ...., l'rlor'to the show R.I' Baker Shorthorn champions were presented .
are. left te right frnt raw.* Faye Crofat Not seen Weatfeerald Youth Ceater's float lywood. ChlWs was low bidder"among |
terrl Relish Eddie Walker Terrell, Jones 'Beverly Beardsley. Tommy Relish ,and LtodaFishba depicted some of its chief activities president' of the Clewlston the Ch.mber by Dennis Small. 'l t five submitted at a special'''' *
'of Commerce explained selection
Randy Rogers Seeend rw, Dlmmle' Miler, '-STAFF PHOTO. ..'. ,-'the swimming pool,tennis of a farm family for,,honors Entries in the Youth Stock Show meeting of the school board Thursday '
.. were by the Glades County 4-H'' .
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table. February | "
-- pool (
cota1t the choice being made by the Bass )
dub members Billy county I
Included la the contract Set.;, .
There,were a "f1ock', .of roller agricultural committees of the are
agent advisor Size Hendry
a. ; -
skaters, on and about the entry of Chambers of Commerce in LaBelle 4-H Club members. Gene': voce room and home economic ,..,
County "
i $ Bm's Rellerland. Thmi'were'; 4- and dewiston. W. L. Holland and I nom for LaBelle High School the> 4\\
assistant county agent
g H .members-the FFA SweetheartJane his three sons, who farm together Harrison advisor, and the Glades County same two rooms for Harlem Academy ,. ,
Johnson manning the plowon as one enterprise\ and their faml- as Wade and two classrooms for Clew I
Future Farmers members
I the Future J'.mwr-toat;, the flies were the choice for 1963 hon One exhibitor iston Elementary! School. There :
ttt Scouts and,other or.......... and ors.. David Shivers advisor.,ids member of the, will also be walkways built at the ;..
Brouga a
Lewiston and LaBellw schools. ':
the children of the Bafte Kindergarten. -
Mr. Baker called: the members of Palm Beach County 4-H dub.MAYOK .
In coetum.. tteir.'owg the family to the front of the stand Other bidders were John H. Go: ,4sett ,

choice. and gave the men corsages to pin Hollywood $106.717 John L: .a 1
There were other decorated cars on their wives.The family will be Taylor Stuart $106,434: Hugh F.',;,y
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and floats from clubs and business guests of the Fair during the week: Braddock

firms, and a horse dMelon at the they were Fair guests at. dinner,at :
rear. In which rode Earl Morn the Inn Monday night, and ,were l Glade $119,669..,. ( +

S ''rt" son his daughter Donna;Joy Craw presented with a' shower of gifts 1 .
9 J. "' and 'a in LaBelle and I
ford. J. Wynn wed from businesses 1,
number of horses iron the' Wleklorst Clewiston, as additional testimonyof Two Arrested On y:;

operation and Cetuatet. Horse" their, honors Forgery Charges :
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Farm. : (
Sidney Crochet was nester) of
All la an, it was WcUy' successful ceremonies at the cattle show and Bill Wortham and Isaac F. :Mop".

parade and alfcatted plenty Judging wss by Jim Pace animal Cormick, former employees of Potashnlck -
o{" viewers along JN entire husbandman of the University of Construction Co., are lat, ro
p 1, i t t9r route from the Chamber' eI Commerce Florida.. Jail OD charges, of forgery, In the iJ.:! ,
building ,to MM.Fair, The foHowing awards were made cashing"of four checks,,I each ford?, '
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__.m 3hw wds. 'i-: ; ,,:f,. i Angus bulls;,, s-U months, Mike $$96.83 at business establishment*;';o ,
WaUrs. Elissa 'HundertmaA.;'"\-UjkyvBebertsea. !Ffattk'FolhiU counfr a..K ana >..oWdeD. ''b1ue; 12-18 months,_Carl i In Clewlston and Moore Haven., 1'1: I''
rLFF7NG,1tEAhliriiq: mttMKB ;i DOWKTH; Margaret president of the $ lr AMo ''
Sheriff Earl,D7e. credited the'
lNnaE t Jsyee Jenes. Belay Boy and (aimed upon Willis Jack Charltoo, blue; 1- <
LnE OF MAd UH gagar Hewe effc. war chairman'and oWerve* alertness of one of the merchants \ '
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PHOTO.
tJ'lIIltei MeCeBvUle -OTAFF months Cary Lewis, blue. Grand
I Steles hrIF ofiwaea eared! alienwhb m.eI) Sandl the credit for. a success**! parade.rlenciiy champion Angus bull Carl Willis; and thefine radio communication '; '

Its bevy ef pretty (..... at- ----.dI J Bowden:., ment to make the arrests so qukkJ
:. County;4-H, \ *Angus females 6-12 months, ly. Checks were passed at .Waldpron's ] 'f
\ Country Store Mac's Liquor ',
Chll).Win. $lke Bowden ... ,; ; '
< u $tore. MB in dewiston and Park
I'Story' Bowden. ;red,' I ,, or "
yoars
DtiryAward' ( !inson's in'Moore Haven. i
.. .'" + war, Mae, HaWdea. Henry' Bow.' L I' ,When arrested one of the' men, ,, '

; .ut1o. *Awari, gRalaasil>i 4so. blue.' Grand caamptc Angus' I'I had 1195 of the money stuffed la, ,,,h
female Carl Willis reserve champion
i; I the'toesof his shoes. t.
4
with t M most :a.- Angus female'M1k1" owdeD. Sheriff' Dyess has,...again urged i ,, ;
.....,: and. Angus tear: 6-1X months Donna merchants cards ;
state was 'won by Usairj County !teen. blue: nisbed :=i e.J'';

4.-H Ctab. I ; B-ahman: bull; 8-12 months, SteveItronsod on' strangerr who wish to easbj, '
C W. Reeves of the dairy division Stanley Branson, blue; checks. This identification fur--;",,, '
of the Extension $e vlee. Ualveratiy >0-24 months, Johnny Peeples, niches some clue on which officer,' "?-.
of Florida aawwneed theselection blue; 24 months or over. Donnle can offen work to solve such casesv,
of,, Hendry Omnty and* Peeples, blue. Grand champion he said. f''i
awarded the placqw |I,,tbe Cow Brahman'buO. Donald Peeples; reserve v

.ty. Fair Dairy Shoo ,.... champion Brahman bull, P,
ttia. Richard JWdt&. .. Steve Branson. r \ The ,Wiltfcer i ,
QNsriy 4B1>nsidOtN ......... lshs I Brahman female; :>U ,months. .' "
+ac a ward"for the'cJtd ; -, Susan .Bronson. Sherry ,Bronaco, LEON BEMBHt trrs 1'eb.,21 .:-...- t1 h5AFeb. \
The bronze plaeque reads ."Na David Enough blue. Grand champion THE RIBBON la the brief tereBarat 3R FI"' 51 ..
tional Dairy ProdIIItiI Qg4lwtloq l Brahman female Susan Bran I which CM elected. rsjatyeflMala Febu". :;--.f I It i
RAINBOW A PfYr-oi >beaaUWI straw Ciris Kelly.t.ui lee. frent rew; leggy. Efficient: Production jSSS to soar reservechampion Brahman of Feb. 24' =::.It': 60 "
main AND CteU Crrry: tad GaD Ter'dirt. Hendry ''CowItT'.nor female David 1 Headry Count were to- M; '.
glide Vtrt.*< K.T Oweaa. I ; Brouga. : f
tile aewla complete the Mseare Ml,tke fleet...,.. by\ Achievement. 4-H Club, State of I Hereford female. 16-24 months, reduced at the Fiir.epealasf: Mea 1'1b.aa: --.;.,..;;;; II 60 M'US,
W" *"*****'.* atafcew OM> Left .ee.." 1Y..arAri: ''
N rlght ,Florida Glen Prldgen. blue. day PHOTO. : I Feb 2T 66 p, ,
b jek"row. gel, OBaat. DUaa aefc> ,., ,

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1" : .. Page Two THE:CLEWISTON: NEWS CltwtatolF1m14a __ -,,, ',111urulaR Febry. to s

'. .t...t .tM MM *. .< winning! friends and bft1)eneft.'r ituf.. It teem 1ha -
Undo Dan From Devil's Garden Says: peop:" snorting about one 111ft tit
t. The Clewiston News And he toM the. toilers he has 1 ..... doneaway with of tilt
i It's HistoryUow J get a cock .p his sleeve la cat* tt store each ball a little JIaj
DEAR MISTER; EDITOR: : Ma tervon. Then when he got everbod1' f. bt ciU1i1D'1 '8me Be
attention, a couple guitars the BMitfcen tit aaddtatf. / lay nothing lilt:
Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, CleW SfoD, 'T1tAKs'AOO Zek tinibb's preacher come sad a bongo drum would git the Ever' fa-Jr minutes ..' afotac. te ol Rut would claim he OIII.
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Florida, by The dewlston News Inc., a Florida Corporation THUtTT by the. sultry{ store Saturday!I congregation' In the proper groove. have an. h. racks slag along. praytif. + but ht told the hKa
(grim Clewiatea News etFeb. night told the felltrs he has coma, witlr him. III fact, ha urn ht, .
I Entered as Second Class Matter February I, 1927, at the Post 14, 1IJ3) And MS! as soon as the congregation "rayet' Iikt
fumektothskle
t with idea that's liable thinking sheet ealltna part afUs
I \ Office in dewistoa Florida, under the Act of Congress of March I, 1 up a new gut to pattinbelr feet real 011 everthltJc I
to shake the perfessjon ;I aMMooa, "Ibsg Along With" e Int iI
preaching
187 The dewlston Sugar House reported up good :\bed start singing his ser along H. elalmK :
!, aQ the back to Moses. Panaa" and att H to '... WW. po1It.1 lie iii t
'If (
way all.
BERYL:. BOWDEN Publisher : the following records were I I I moo. He told the fellers he "'D't Open I ran
: R' Idea from dews and aB tilt trim. ,
He laid he got this this the beat prayer aDd then "
Qq but with 10
. .... let during the week: much of a singer out
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SublcrlptlOD'Rate. 14.00 peryear: Gre'aetst tonnage of cane cut la. listening,to aU them commercials I modern music it didn't mak no sled their Opponenb of ate&Aagnus
(Return Postage Guaranteed) A on te1e' t1od. He snowed as how And he reported that Tints '1IMI1'M4' ,
one week difference, that,.most of it was Just r. .. left .
Advertising Rates on application. The Rant '" Greatest tonnage' of cam groundla you don't;' sell nothing nowadaysby hollering set to music. And he reported rindec wu on tbi ,h; page fltainSunday. ;,,little .... 8M F1Dbet IIaa
management reaervea the right to reject any '8 (It the sugar house la one week. talking:: about it you Just sing he could holler real good. They was havteg .;thd I..1I\ISttf MttafNeg M tGaind '
pbjectional advertisement 0 Highest yield ever recorded on about it He riggers If you can Ha figgen.hls plan has got great Men' U5Me Coat had Rut; ..** lie, ha. Zak hln. .p .
c. tau sin refrigerators, soap and automobiles to takl the floor The Partoa slid .. ...
-- Devoted to advancement and welfare the property. seArelhge. pormlse fer thepre.chhl8 perferdai.'HO : 1e trite, dill Pester.w k
I of dewistoa and Hendry County; fiat"' Largest weekly and and daprodutJoq With'.singing, he can lays folks ain't too Interested It,was 1 niaUle: to Live Jt\ttt\\ tiM ::1'.r...
the ; tnt
same ,
way.
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of sugar. In what a preacher has got COOT that from thefl 00 tt:pat .
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Telephone) Business and Editorial. Yukon 8-1101 Heaviest-da1lysnd, weekly shipment He laid he could Just see Ms- I to say If he tells 'em the truth, the Gospel iccording! to.Sa'lnt ; : J : "'"y.
THE KEW8 aiiunui no reiponilbllltjr tor the return..*( nnmltolted :: nuatucrtptn NSTWa or photoarraphiTHB aj umi a* financial raiponilMtlty for trpoanraphfcalrrera Sheriff Bob Baker of V ;Paloi> humming "little Interduction: to run him off. This singing! approach -a. '
or ommlMlon la .4vrUtm but If *otlfl.4 .* mea eerore-b.' Beach 'County. who waf.credited: would solve all that he claims. He V
r .d..rtl..ment ton the nest isu In .rJlI tbo tb.paper error will oaourrod.* llIt isM.etly oral that a .ar.I tenantwould .( the with stamping\ out the JohiT"Ash Clewistoo Urrhory. wouldn't have to be saying nothing
4' ,,4 render the comeUoa.vl.laM.. the Newe will reduce the Plc.i ley gang died of eeretars) hemorrhage Ids and Mrs E. E. Kelly attended
a., of th* a T rtl>.m.nt by an amount equal to the p.resstage cf th* total of 49. a rneetlng.of Southeastern DistrIct one way or the other, like
at the
age
a .apace a the erroneoue or omitted
a eeoopyrepr..nted. The B&B Grocery moved from Caterpillar dealers:: held in politicians, so he could keep on

i' '.. the Hay building on Francisco HI"D. Cuba -
Hendry County Sh wcaH : Avenue to 'the former location of C: "',: Martinez Jr. arrived .In I ForeState
the a F. Pests .Groceryf. 100 Sug- 'Fort Dlx. ,.WJ,, for 18' weeks at Th r
.:' ', Has arland Highway. W D. King was basic training as a member of the FarmInsurance
The Florida Development Comroissiori spent a great 9th Infantry Division.
r deal of money in,what It calls The Florida Shawtas, displaying atom manager.Mies Vllma, Rhodes, Miss Mae Three' thousand persons attendedone -
iT',. at strategic points In the North the many attractions and advantages Drew :Ernest Theriot sad Joe performance of the Black Hills '
i) of Florida as a state I It has done an excellent Job. Johnson attended the theater In Passion Play, then in its first season -
,..:'; The same thing on smaller_ soak Is being done tills weekat West.. Palm Beach.E at Lake Wales! Auto LIfe Fire
the Fair Grounds In Clewlston where the Hendry County j-P1Cel17; Torn Shelley/ Em- : Elude 'Mueller received her *

Fair and Livestock Show" Is, in,,a different manner presenting mett Sb.Ue1-lL, R. Hall Troy nurses. '-( !lp';ceremonies 'at St Car Finance Plan
w P\U'Jtu..Hubtrl Land. Parker WnI Ma., Hospital, West Palm
the many attractions and advantages of Hendry county and Its
It well be termed the Showcase" I son and :Ray McIntosh attended: the Beach. 'f' New Cars 4tt
area. might : "Hendry County The held series % Add on Interest
Country Club
I International ,* BU OoH Tournament a
Showcases do not come without effort and this ones : In MIamI;; :- of events at "the clubhouse! and Late Model Used 8H% Add on
no exception. The six: days of the Fair this year represent many MUl Beatrice Kettl and Mrs. E. on"'th.*golf 'course to promote a II Includes Credit Life ,

r' days, weeks and months of work on! the part,tJt many people.l a, :'Fontaine were*eetes. i..at a member Alp campaign Foy Dur- Abn rH.Vann' : .
Because these people also have jobs or businesses of their own, Hinefltbrid for**., Margaret's> ,tones was president
their Fair work has been an "extra" labor.. It has been a labor Altar. 'Society-. tile Jtettt home.\* Mrs Barbara Bixby taught the Opposite Post Offloa I d
of love and devotion to Hendry county. Folk do',not'get paid .r Ve r;e. 1 firtt aid' class. .V* of Mothers dub PHONe YU !-6171
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; for the QlUelliI Q'hburp, the mans( plans} and efforts some of !IMlfr .. AAOtFs.er member .
,I ........ NM. t j'jef.
them goini away at the wrong time ; the frustrations, the .. .e .'
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headaches . these things are part :.ofttie f volunteer effort Feh. DAN 'McCARTHY INVITES YOU -

1ifY' : which our,Fair workers and their many assistants and. support-, Stores Started VMkMsdayVaffcrnoon -
,",:'!' have made for this. showing. clBstina*">' DM-Duration".. .
'k: era .1 .To Visit His Booth
i' y.. The fair officials and committees'have'had'the, ardent' eu'rs > Heoaoft.iflweajwM1' i ,. ; to five 'em- at the Hwtdry.' County Fair
,.t port.of many Individuals;. clubs,.busfnee firma,. governmental pto9eii'tbM' ft*. tke ....t'-ark' : ", < ." .
'tr raquirrt. .by,Ifce.wc nrttaMag pro ,- ,'
bodies in. their work. One has only to look about them at the "
.,t'r': Fair to realize that hundreds of youngsters and adults have_been ".General. EleeshoweP; Admiral .," .

for the Fair for weeks., "
:_. ; /preparing Nimltz and President' Roosevelt (II
;;: The. exhibits, the programs] .the parade, the'scheduling Joined In a nationwide radio broadcast J'. .
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,, ". through the week, and the many details' necessary to make that I urging! generous' support of i' '
,. Fair'operate smoothly after it opens required plently of work:, 1 the' Red Cross campaign in,, the .
1': :. .We think the'Fair Is worth the effork We think It is a better'., greatest fund-raising to date. 'GOLD STAR BUILT-IN GAS RANGES

.Jralr; ,., each year. 'We offer hearty congratulations: and appreciation Residents; signed' up for War- Ra ,
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Home Mission s ,Joint Service On Hi Haven W.M.U. Ilr1\+ '.'"'
Juvenile Court '
Found
Uranium-Touched Dishes
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right Says Study Starts : World Prayer DayThe I Ends Study Course ,1"" ,

And Not Penal annual World Day of Prayer Members of the Woman' Ml1sionary
Health Board No .
Preventive, The First Baptist Church State Says DangerMore will be observed with a community: ; I Union of Hi Haven Baptist
launches a program on Home Missions r service of worship on Friday eve, Church completed their study
.. the onl1 I Terse effect on the Infant If the Sunday with Rev J Sd: Tay. orange .colored ceramic on radiological health exempt M sing, March 1, at T:30 at the First I course on borne mission) Monday
the In thiworld wbklr.. bat the mother becomes ill, particularly: lor home missionary: to the migrants dishes which respond with telltale unharmful "source material contained Methodist Church with St Martins I Bight
In Amerlc." .ta .p. n !IaIII during the first three months of speaking at the morning clicks to the Geiger counter have in glared ceramic: tableware Episcopal: and the Community Mrs. Clara Broadrick has taughta'l
ode ICcepted 1 e1mO3 t'fe1'7 pregnancy it is most Importantfor worship hour and showing films'of been loc.Wlo: C SWIStas, but the provided the glaze contains Presbyterian churches: actively participating the book "The Chains-are ./
is the world ur1 la.somh the prospective mother to exerdsf home mission work in the evening Florida State :Board of Health has not more than 20 per cent (uranium Refreshments were served at ;
,ctrl has bee better>ladLrverIt extra precautions against! service: The church: will be la prayer Issued a reassuring statement regarding ) and glassware containing: not World Day of Prayer Is sponsor the meetings Those attending were ''7
sea It was .taI'tI to (p c1O exposure to Infectious: ailments and study dally through the the possibQa!' danger from more than 10 per cent." This Is in ed bf the United Church Women Mrs. Broadrick. Mrs Pat Rich: '".
there are It.1I1 Man Who Blood typing of bouvjather and week radioactivity.'ra1. accordance: with national stand of Florida and la always held on Mrs. Henry Storey\ : Mrs C W. .
1899"Wb1, do par treat cbJ14ren mother will inform the doctor M Rev and Mrs. Taylor are dew- Mrs. Joe< 4231 *r4 Mrs. A. J. ands the first Friday of the Lenten sea Mara Mrs Floyd Royal Mrs. W, ,
k. lit when tht1 bare '!' to Whether there 1s a possibility of Won! residents; Rev Taylor's Richard: and,.Mrs,,C D. HUM examined Dr. Williams said "Careful examination R. Baxter.,and Mrs W. J. JackRESEARCH : ,;:
lime lawn"Std a clash of blood types between work Is la Florida. Georgia and some ,dishes In their kitchens by state and federal son.Everyone is welcome: to, attend. BOD. "
Is often posed to the two parents that may cause South Carolina where over two and f>>ffere4.(them for testingby health physicists show that the to.
fll.estion problems for then infant Waned of ceramic ware examined ..,, r?
W. Wright. eblef CORD million migrants move across: the QvU Defense Director Ken most active I
James JuveaJ1e Caste 1a fiatand in advance: ,,the doctor irisbe prepared ana each: year. They work at Walker. The dial es. along with would have to be held to II I
J lot of the Glades .000Otk.. 1k. to meet this Coe JNom. Drugs many Jobs, with the agricultural those of Mrs Jack Rogers who reported direct: contact: with the skin for,.I I

!. whose work"Is dedbcatMpreventing sometimes can have an effect on, workers the largest group Everyone the first?QewUton "find" from one to,four hours to produced
riP not punishing the' embryo; particularly during Is invited to Join the prayer are on display in tilt Civil Defense an effect of interest to .
offenders, waken thus a* the early months 'of pregnancy, and study this week and learn what booth at'the Hendry County Fair. uranium eon-'
hid The expectant mother should be is being done here at home through The State ;Board of Health issued In view of the low
a yon: of the JuyenBel : very cautious about taking any the church to lead the lost to statement, that It know of no tent of old ceramics and positive
The u purpose to correct: the child..Son drugs without consulting her doc: Christ in the migrant mission pro glass or,c ramlc ware being'marketed regulations governing present pro!,
can be corrected: ta one tor. gram. or' used in the state which: ductless: It would seem that ceramic h
diHerent Good prenatal won't solve be injurious.because of too
RTind some may need care might tableware, contains so little radioactive 18 T 8
We do not always have all of the problems associated withchildbirth W.M.U. Circle Met much uranium content. SCIENT
e1IIods. to no '' to discover
substance as pose continually
but Of investigations have are at it
and sometimes it will enable the A number ,'
answer
,e fan.right! However, I think It end doctor to deal successfully: with. At W.F. Nail Home been made over the state fellow cause for alarm. Food would not tor old new diseases.drugs Your new doctor cures
L e pointed out that In most,; many of them.Edison IDa a newspaper article that a absorb the uranium" and druggist bring the latest
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The Janice Harvey Circle of the Coon family bad discovered -
would
has failed or we Hartford 'i miracle drugs to you. Avail
mwne the child: ] it elLa Missionary Society: of First Baptist radioactivity in a let of Propeller Pump yourself of prompt medic
tee were required 0 to ao: byL Jr.. College Church met Tuesday ,morning at nationally marketed ceramic ware. I,Inches te 11 Inches m hoe modern drugs are
old we Idea of crime and, puer the home of Mrs W, F. Nail Jr. Dr. Edwin! Q. Williams, director WHU.rU tTfl meant to help YOU. ,
L then the whole Juvesdte Sponsors ExhibitOf Mrs George Lineberger chairman of the board's Division of Radiological I Centrifugal A TurbineMewh. .
lulleD! conducted C' te IVEepahs
would be wor deM. the business ses and Occupational Health ramps
urt theory don Mrs Ernie Redish .la the world's InsUHattons
presented laid uranium GIlt of
have u
to many
h would need Art la March
a procr.m'"Christian Sales ASerriee RLAf4b
hospitals. OdMreo ,CML I Witnessing. most widespread elements but that if
irons corrected as and about ;80 "'per Dr.. Charles E.. Rollins! announced with the help of Mrs. Lineberger, It U spoHUy aWributed in any L & F Engineering
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before: that 1 Mrs Robert Stacy: Mrs Robert concentration: la days of commercial -
Cut of those who back com the leeead' today..that Edison Junior College Giddens, Mrs. Ben Sanford and : 'worth. Certain. clays] with sufficient &: Pump Co.

t. never Of the come: 20 per :cert;who dome will sponsor an art exhibitin If,. Linda John. uranium' ere desirable be- Meere Have. Fla.' PH R N/i ACY ,
back at least It per, nest' Fort Myers in conjunction: with Others present were Mrs. Mildred cause they. produce effective: colors: plane WHttehaUM11
? who have sf and the first Federal Savings and Wood and son Randy Mrs In"the (laze, eepeciaQly tangerine Mitts rhesteOB fleet men 14111 a. Fla.
parents
Ijl ave not cooperate with the wall.1 Lean Association. It II the Sarasota John is a new member of the or' burnt rfe,; MttS./ LaBeUe.
at t Instead, do everything pofUMt Art Exhibit: containing II -circle: State Board of Health rgeulatioas :J

i keep from accepting: their. ,,*..1.1bWtT. paintings end nine sculptures: done i
1 by a variety of artists in a varietyof
[Another question we hear often,' media. The exhibit has been on BADCOCK'S CLEARANCE SALE
ncerns marriage. Tib& baa nothj -' a nationwide tour and will be corn- ;
_ to do with a chM: belen the lax' to Fort Myers from Purdue SEMI-ANNUAL! ,
University Lafayette Indiana. The
juvenile Court. If the oMM I has '''', ,
exhibit'' has also been ,shown at /
en before the court ,tha court 0 '
fit keep jurisdiction until thathlld the Georgia Museum of Art "
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Is a years of age, married Ahem; Ga;, the High Museum /! r ilnfle In our counties the week Atianta, Ga; the Museum of Art, ., : : < -: ;' '
this field of correction: ha Springfield.! Missouri, 'the Hall.shirk :_.t '. 'SOUR MAPII : ,
e! a long way and we are ks.roving Cards Museum Kansas City, 'I 1\.i e : i '" AMERICAN
all the time. tfcaake' toe Missouri and the Butler Institute EARLY : ; : : I
help and undentaDditlC"of of American: I Art, in Youngstown, L1dckbiLi I 9 ,%;I > 1 ;'

iiny ,,. Ohio., An estimated 70,000 people "I, AT FANTASTIC ,SAVINGS! "- ....
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have viewed' the exhibit during "" '
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Prenatal Care,'I 'The exhibit will open the evening r 5 PIECE GROUP .19995 ..

of March 6 and be shown from 1 o I c...... .. '22f." 'I'"' '
Important p.m. to S p.m. on week days and "t .
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12 to 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays YOU' tHOlCI Of UYINOlOOIIII 01 501 AlSO GROU' .
I Childbirth is a comp etej..nairal March: 7 through March 23 --
and normal happening and tn It win be displayed In the store UrSTRADEiiJc ,, .
large majority of ,births there! room of Mr. H. L. Nlckell at the ( look What"You" Gel: .. c4i"wni ellew!! 11' N '
re no special problems for'ettIhet corner of Broadway and MainStreet "' + SOFA OR WTTH @ mOO Tr.4-lN ,AllwMMM* I,.
hlld or mother .*. )>:-'. The exhibit is too large to :' e '"' ties CHAW fMYMfOldllPc.PLUS .. ....
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The early weeks of 'pregnancy hang at the college and Mr. Nick. s er IMAniSTlMAtlirMATCHING LJvI.. wl'a e'',,'
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in the most important, in, the ell has generously made space i "

nfants development. It is dur- available' for it The First Federal i., ',.".. '. SOliD MAPLE FRV, -SOLID-' FOAM CUSHIONS-- ,
ng this period that the'_ grown is assisting the Junior College with .
baby Is most susceptible, to the expenses incurred in the exhibit 4zrs= -r.-.r-'U
ill sorts of problems that ,will during the hours it will be ....
ause trouble later Widespread open The Art League of Fort My Trade-In Allowance _??yar ra..ai 'wW- *.rnr-r rr- -.r |
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todies have shown that many era will provide the flats to be used 1 ;
firth problems could have been for hanging the exhibit. i FOR YOUR OtD r J Modestly Priced. J '

>revented. or reduced U the The following artists are represented Up TO liD OOM 9UbTE* Royal Danish Styling! j jflUjl
nother
to-be had coosuKwl a in the exhibit: Richard Ox- 1
tysiclan: st the outset of pswg- ley. Helen Protas. Moe Mitchell, ON THE PuItcHbt) O1 tm ,
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any< or even before' Tmmiisriiiii Marion Holland Ru Israeli Elden ANY sum 'n .
regnant Rowland Bruce Gregory, Hilton : POWN -
For instance; a wett4.. alasM.d I Leech Loran Wlltord.Glenn Finch: $5.0. :, :
net containing all the *......... Harry JHUson Beth Arthur, Maroln A.-
|o proper nutrition! end ..... k Chrltianli' Douglas Stewart Frank '
necessary for, both'".... Rampona. Bob Larsen Herb Stod- I' :
aDd Infant The doctor has. leaf, deed Craig Rubadoux, Jack Carlo *Y' I .
IIIWlre of the Unpaftasiee'et ..... Vernon Voelz, John Armstrong
et' w pregnancy and thusgivest Veegee Stern Bob Spring, I
counsel t to the mothe r-to4)e':.Cer- Bonnie Bell. Food Custode Paul 'OFFER! t
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FOLLIES : THE: It' -rS PAin C*-TTI Y PVFlC Mrs. Cecil Becomes I
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By Al Fuller, ESQUIRED with drinks and flirtatious women': March 14 For Several l Amendments 1

A ), and find out they had a lousy commoner I j J4lind Woman Insurance.Agent

There' s sneaky bit of discrimination .:' in their midst. : I AU adult members of the SemInole -

,I going on In our land of In time of emergency one has'I 'Mrs. RL- Cecil has scored, sines'and the like. She has tackledthe 1 Tribe of Florida are urged to

;I equality.. to improvise G FMn,1d again!*' ih"i Ass become the first Job of learning to be selfsufficlj: L j exercise their right to cast a bal-

U I attended a social gatherlnj "What do you do in these parts? blind woman .In Florida, and perhaps ent without sight. Accompanied by lot ob Monday.. : March 14, 1963, for
the other night and before the affair I brazenly'questioned the Chief. W. In the nation, to receive a license her husband a research scientist' the amendment to the Constitutionand TwpeiKI
had shifted Into ecood gear' Looking nonchalantly at my nails I Aa u an Insurance agent. connected with U.S. Sugar Corporation -'I IJy-Laws of the Seminole Tribeof

I felt like tbfldow man on a totem I' I answered, "Oh", Just fiddle around / Mrs. received the prize i \ or by her daughter, Mrs. Florida, and the Amendments
Cecil '
with the auks (And occasionally
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James to the Corporate Charter of the
,{ I I DO'put stock up on my shelvesat ; s-ws Ream rouauseeame piece of paper from the State Insurance '
All around' people were using division of Stores and take cart of her house. Seminole Tribe of Florida, inc. says
tore.) .. cGMMm1' Department, a ,,.
\ TITLES. And don't lay It doesn't: my country interests the office/of: 3. Ed Larson, state However these activities did not I Ifillthe AU adult members of TO, yeanof '
these
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really; mean anything. Those aristocrats days?" you I treasurer/ (($Saturday. It was the great ned-"of this keenly age or over, will have the right 'r4 .
,; were getting two drinks: the intelligent woman, and she sought to vote on the amendments to. the,
result of:months of study on
I" "Been doin' good with Petroleum Cites
I" I to my one.People 1 Rogers I other Tn aus to become: .useful to so-j Constitution and By-Laws of the
lately." (After all, I DO have tour { part of jhljQnterpld 1 woman. '
\ tr' Introduced "Shake State RehablJlation1
; were : I ciety.. At the Semlnole Tribe Of Florida.All .
; '; hands with DOCTOR Corey." I pumps at the store) I G. "You havejtwo strikes against! Center for the Blind, she was tested -! Adult shareholders 2t ycarj

..' / was afraid to shake his hand for Shortly] after. our enlightening j l Washington! you, In' .tjecomiiig an insurance 'and interviewed 'aDd steered J) bid and who are residents oTtheDanla
Conversation "the word" had got, agent," she told at the State I
his sterile field. was it '
F tear I'd mess up Into insurance because was Brighton or Big 'Cypress.
ten around,anel, suddenly/ I Rehabilitation Center for the Blindat"
everyonewas OnNatkHdDftbt
a iv"Let me Introduce PROFESSOR field which would bring her into reservations will have 'the rightto '
very'.nice to me. I was even Daytona';Beach "You are a
:t I'm have I and her
I' Bonehead. aure you'll contact with people, give vote on the amendment to the
offered a'fresh drink.: blind woman And are 67 yearsof
sommon Interests. The onlytblhgI During the official Congressional :you opportunity to use her mind and Corporated Charter of the Seminole .
( If have to be low,,manon- I Cecil's determination
you age. But Mrs.
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found common was obutvanr.e of Washington's3Irthday her gift for concise: phrasing Tribe of FloridaJne: ,
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"" the totem pole give those above plus the help and counseling '
of the college) '
7" kicked out same her thoughts
Polling places been'estab
Paul have'
Congressman Rogers
you one whale of a ride. i of others saw her throughthe
,. where he's professoring. called on the House of Representatives ; "I owe a great deal to those at fished by the election board on U: ,,
;."Al I know you'll be happy to many months of study. Insur the Center and others who have '
.r to enact legislation to I '' \\j three reservations: Dania, Bright
meet ASTRONAUT O. K. Roger" Cikk Davidson I systematically. reduce the National ance'is a complicated business and helped me," aid Mrs. : on and Big Cypress. I j
requires for a
Well, 111 be much happier If he I Dsbt much concentration Intrle- I "Charles M. Larkin state cecl1.l Polls will be open from S }.ma! ''
sighted
ever gets as high in space as he person to master its selor for the blind in this
F' to 7:30
4 '' : p.m. Elilible''Otera; and
In regard tQ the public debt, I acies. All Insurance agents will doff
was that night prodded me Into doing shareholder a'reurged mote i.1'''
Share Rogers told the House Washington I to
Honors their
in to
; "Have you met Ted Shyster.AT- I' )pate admiration a person myself since I became blind. these elections. I

TORNEYT" Well no, but it's aV warned ,in his 1796 Farewell : Without benefit of sight who I Ed Shepard, West Palm Beach j II I --::.--" '
'ways to know lawyer, JustIn .ddiess: : : has learned, enough to pass the -
good a
'has helped Mrs. Cecil by clarifying
case. At Dairy: ShowA "As a very Important sourceof state examination.Mrs. some of the insurance twistersfor I Dogwood Quilt ; When posting,
"ThIs Is REVEREND Goodheart strength and security, cherish Cecil was involved in an her aid thus helping her j rememberh's :
one of our dearest friends," downpour of rain in late afternoon public\ credit On* "method bf preserving automobile accident on the last pare for the examination for the pre-II-J safe to cut back Into

,, I did have something in common forced the Youth Dairy Show( It i$ to use it as sparingly day of the :year 1955. She bad several cense. Shepard has helped many I Ceramic Brahma .1 I the right lane only/ when

with this gentleman.,} He was the of the Hendry County Fair indoors as possible avoiding occasions of weeka previously undergonean blind persons, and Mrs. Cecil gives!i you can see (the passed
only who got fewer drinks expense'by cultivating peace, but eye operation which was successful In
one Tuesday evening and en* section him a great deal of credit, praise ; cor your rear view mir
{than I did. 'of 'the cattle barn was cleared to remembering also, that timely disbursements ; but the accident destroyedall and appreciation for the, time and 1 .ror-'Glonc. quickly to the
f All this time 1 was being introduced use for an improvised ring. Des- to prepare for danger, that had:'been gained "by the effort he spends with them. "Be Win Grand Prizes 'I j t to be the
Al Fuller. frequently prevent much greater operation and "shook the right sure way k
t i as'Just plain 'ol pite the cramped space for maneuvering more. It fore the examination I went over !
Eyebrows were raised In trying the bays and girls handled disbursement to Vepel avoiding! eye up" so that it could: never be with a list of 136 questions I wanted f w ; grail: prlr awards were:; '." 'char.

to catch THAT TITLE. their animals well and were likewise the accumulation of debt corrected again, and complete him,.to help me get clear, He -rtAzatcd' ; ; at the Homemaking

!;, '. (r;''Soon noticed a sinister group i commended by' the Judge, C W, not only by shunning occasions of blindness was the result. went patiently through' the entire Bipth ef Hendry: County Fair Tuesday ,

off to one side. Jeklng their heads Reave of the -dairy"'division Extension expense which unavoidable waft Through the State Agency for the list with clear explanations ''so thatI evening Mrs: R, L..Saxon of 1 7.;; --- -

55 secretively In my direction. Boy, Servi.?', University of FlMv; may have occasioned not ungenerously :Blind. MM,,Cecil has received recordings had no 'more 'difficulty with Lake Harbor won a grand .prizeL '
sS; was I buggUg them. NO TTTLE1 Ida. throwing upon ,posterity the of-current events mage i them," said Mrs, CecIL award for her pink dogwood quilt I'ACS'Qffic'e Takes
,q burden which we ourselves oughtto ..
Suddenly another Titled Person ---r-- : --
Paul Click won the grand champion and Mrs.,Mildred Ferrell of Moore,
bear. The execution of i
these
ambled up in aa. friendly fashion. Holsteln; awardand .J. iO., : Haven won a grand,prize for; her
"How do :ydu, do," he remarked. maxims belongs/to your representatives ceramics ramie'articles Feed
Davidson the Several
9 III won ..showmanaward. ; entry. c Applications
Fuzz put it 'la'neeelSarl THE'T
1
"I'm CHIEF OF POLICE Most of the anljnaB that" were entered and fudged
from Jallsville, Alabama. Down exhibited! were Holstetns and fiert public opinion 'should cooperate. as a group but the'outstanding ed-I- ''
I livestock'! producers in
here visiting! COLONEL Blubber 'Congressman Rogers pointed out I Glib
no grand,champion award la try was a Brahman bull for which
over there. Don't I'know you fcpnv{ this same statement to Congress la IV and Hendry counties are remiuddi
other breecS.-JohD"ClIck?won Mrs: Farrell had made the original
: somewhere?" the reserve-champion award. Both February .of 1960, calling for debt mold. .'t t ac+llcatlons are being accented
Ah. good detective: work. Subtle reduction by saying "unless action: DOYLE CONNERCOMMrsIONta '' ''.at the ASCS county: office b
members of Glades "I
are the County Because'of ..
"" the large number of la ,
.S approach, leading questions? I is taken we will find ourselves j ,a. Jise of corn under k
4-H dub. trophy
'amend The grand champion 'of entries of various; types;they were .recently authorized Livestock fad
: started to take the fifth AJaded down the road financial :
( back to was donated by Lake Okeechobee 'LOAIDADEPARTMENT divided Into two classes. and grand Program; Glades and Hendry
went But if he reported self-destruction after standing Indestructible cn
,. Artificial Breeders Associationand against all outsideforces" OF AGRJOJLTl prize awarded in each.: Mrs. Saxon ides( is Included: in the 5 noriA
C. M. Lawrence.
presented by
won in the sewing, knitting and
[
crocheting counties designated
for by Secrets
Swarm FAIT'At over 187 :years. '
: Crowd Other awards were; Holstein, 6-7 division 'and Mrs. I'r.1 of Agriculture Freeman doe

I' Opening MondayAttendance : months: 'John Click, Linda Shell Congressman Rogers has re- By HERVET SHARFE the ailment; because nitrogen adds roll in the arts and'crafts; divis ter areas eligible for asslstan al

man. Billy Hedick and Joe Shivers, Introduced his bill 1 to require that Florida Africnltnral Extension, i to the misery: of some diseases. For ion. v through the purchase of CCC ovsd
"
each item be In the
blue Christine an placed
Owens year
Bobby.
; at the Hendry County ; > Service safer control University of FlorIda
; Anton the many excellent articles corn for. preserving and maiotaor
Charlton Don Shivers red. 8-12 budget'calling for. reduction of
Fair oa opening night was approximately ; Lawn diseases. turf men "'81 use a lawn displayed were several artistic ing foundation' herds of dairy caltie
months, 'Tommy Mann, Paul the National Debt to. at least 1 are :, 1600 persons 'almost the fungicide containing cadmium. examples of pine needlecraft beet tattle,'sheep and goats
Click blue; Jane 'charlton, Terry per cent of the debt the.latest fed.This spring they are '
exact number on opening night a5r' conditioning themselves U,the grass becomes discolored made by members of the'| ''Eligible! producers purduit
Duke, red; 12-18 months Wesley "This yearly reduction ..of'tiedebt by mov- may
'
year admissions ago. There and were 1,180 number paid Tanner. Carl Willis John Click, will not only serve to reduce in* along with great vigor. with areas !larger than dollarspot Adult Crafts Class in LaBeDe.I,corn for their foundation herds
large
a : blue; Larry Taylor, David Charl- the debt itself but will have great In tead of 50 miles a daythedlsease I out no leaispot-type lesions are ?TS rutr; -Mint' Al the prlre' -11Imn!
of all members I
including
S; t persons the ;
present, disease could be either rate' 'on fS1.3upr tuba I
'on ; Shellman, red corn
BUy Jimmy sets
; effect interest Congressman a
more leisurely
+ on our costs pace
of the five school bands
high
participating fairy ring, cottony blight or 'brown growth. There Is no sudden cure. and at the price support rate to I
admitted Harris-and Alan Doane, white; Rogers pointed out. "The and covers only 50 yards So keepan .
in the parade, were but
: organic!
free '*, 18-24 months. Buddy Thompson, debt totaled (303.5 billions on,Janurary eye-out for'lan diseases while patch. mercury fungicides are their other eligible. livestock. Pusgram

More on than an passes.inch of rain fell Linda- Shenman, blue; Billy Hed ,,first, up some 17 per cent ,walking in ,you* vard. Mushrooms growing in the [\diseased most whim effective.the Da not .water or regulations provide that 11*I
let red Mann M area is a good sign that the mow disease is active* Stock producers otherwise elijfl I Ican.only
white
vti Tuesday afternoon leaving a soggy ; Tommy ; over the end of World War II. Interest .One disease to look for is dollar- '
and John Brown and trouble Is fairy ring. This is dUn: Brown patch shows as fairly purchase CCC-owned cm I
"hN ground. and'cut the Tuesday attendance months over, expense alone will total flO.t spot. As Implied, the fungus, kilt a up
Paul Click blue cult disease to control: Often large circular areas that under the program if they dead.
-. to a mere trickle However ; Tommy Nowllng billion fa'fiscal year 1964, according : grass in patches the size of.a sil it's contain ,
4suWi ; those who attended were rewarded Glen Pridgen and Joe Shivers, red. to budget estimates." ver dour At first, the spots of simpler lot the disease 'run its no mushrooms and are without the I have sufficient feed on hand to I
with plenty of space and In the Guernsey 6-12.month class "The cost of interest exceeds'the turf wilt and perhaps turn 'dark course.: matting of leaves The disease their livestock and are unable k I
Charlotte Corbltt. blue Nancy At, Organic 'I usually shows up during' humid purchase it through normal bed I
no waiting in line for any .event: ; combined costs of the following before bleaching, out to a straw mercury fungicides: In '
or ride. britton red; 12-18 months, Donna government programs: J'ederalbousin blond. jected into the soil 2 or 2 times weather. A number of chemicals channels without undue financial |

,','r'" -, Wednesday the sun came out full Keen, Richard,Herring red. and community develop Aside from jtieasuring the spots In the affected areas may stop the I are recommended for brown patch. 1 hardship.'

.,,,; strength and with a brisk wind did In the Jersey 6-12 months class, ment, educational services and or, size with i' souvenir dollar, disease. Often the cure causes as i These Include PCNB thlram, cyplohexamlde 1 i The authorized period for ik

a fine Job of drying up wet spots Bobby Jones Blue; 12-18 months, programs expenditures for preservation checX for dollarspots Just after sun much damage as the disease. I : and mercury com program extends through Bard

e on the grounds. Not trusting to ;Jimmy) Taylor, red; 18-24 months, development of our mien With the aid of the low angle Cottony blight shows up in I pounds. Si and the deadline for making,
? the fickle weather, however the J, O. Davidson HI, blue. natural'reaources, conduct of'our glint of 'ole Solyou'll,discover a streaks in the lawn. The grass It's easy to identify! rust. ,Look plication is March 8. Interested ]
Fair Association arranged to spread Ayrshire: 6-12 months, Marvin foreign affairs including non-de white cobweb-like mold binding together olaOes: are matted together. The for small )'enow.to orange o* red livestock: 'producers are urged j jcoBtact

several'loads of dirt over the low Tillman; red; 12-18 months, Gary' fense foreign aid "Pl'Oft'ams. and blades tt, ,rau; The mold grass rerlUy: dies in spots. In the dish-brown postules 'onthe leaves. toe local ASCS county comlttoe -

TMr: places to eUmtaftte the muddy Aibritton blue, the general service sietlvWea of the disappears when the dew dries. I early] stage the grass is blackened'and Heavily infested lawns have an un. Is ,responsible for admtal
Brown' Swiss. 12-18 months J. 0. federal government-wide nature, .To cure a mild cs of dollarspotgive hs a greasy appearance, At thrifty appearance. To stop tad toristg the program in the court I
Prospects are good for clear Davidjw, nI,.r.' M,mo *. r andS'liefliw.red. including, the entire cost of operation the grass a 'swnerous shot of times 'the diseased spots have a disease try tlneb, sulfur or cydo- and nwet.determine the elirMW

w weather for the,dtmrtfeo ,of" the : ., for the Congress and the Su- nitrate of sodaC: :But be sure of 'cottony" look due to a fungus hexamide in combination with tM-{. of producers who apply for asdd l

'i1 fair. However the temperature preme Court and Federal Judith -- "ram.__ aaoe., -
r 'win be lower titan for the past There's, at lee.t'oae nice thing ary"

rv week''and fair-goers should wear about being bald? when company "Looking at the $10.1 Interest .

: I : wraps against the cold: brisk comes aU/!?you have, to do is cost another way it exceed every' : SEE OUR DISPLAY BOOTH -
other budget item but delMe, and
''Y' winds. straighten yowr tie.
(? { exaede ,the 'cost of ssMkHemi.as AT THE HENDRY COUNTY FAIR REDiSH .ELECTRIC
exceeds the.. cost of MC& items as .

civilian apace exploratien and other ,
DANISH LOBSTER TAILS budget items wkich.reeeIve greater
. II' public attention. Interest coatis DESIGNED: & SILT 'TO

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Dale Lang, Jimrfiie.McDuffie,. mission Chairman Campbell) Na1F "',
I County And Fair Officials .
GuestsOf ,
and Mrs. N.n" OommUt pntf,,*n '
Wed In Church Ceremony Mrs. W. :fit. Barton Comhsiamoneand
Are U.S. Sugar Corp. At DinnerUnited Mrs. Oration H. George Corn( :'
and Mrs. R. C.
Dale Lan*. daughter of Mr. fashioned in sheath style with missioner NowBng "'
a
Mi
and Mrs. H. S. Parkinson
Commissioner
and Mrs Sam Utt. Jr. wee mar.I Jacket. Her wedding bouquet w.sot States Sugar Corporation wives. f1 '
afternoon if a quiet white miniature carnations ? was host at a dinner at the dew ; School Superintendent an4./-/t
rled Saturday and H T. Vaughn president of USSC I
i Mrs. J. H. Bible School Board'h
Assembly of Cod orchid.!
iston
at the I ton Monday
ceremOny evening guest was master of ceremonies: at the
Chairman J. R. Sptatt end Mr
Church to W. Hooker (Jbmnle)IMcDuffie Miis Anna flostell, the bride'sAttendant being the elected officials of HeDdry dinner and Frank Polhlll Introduced "
Spratt. Mn. Elsie Futcb, Mr ,
; ,
100 Mr.,: was dressed in County, and the directors
Jr. Sr.MrfCe pink ba of the officials and Blanch McCormick,,school, board
MiDuffie 4ston. tiste and carried a bouquet the henry County fair and'Livestock
W. 1 1performed of pink High point of the evening members, and Mr. and Mess Joe
C ring Ctremoriy was carn tlon.j and garnet Show their husbands and dJrector.'j
double mice presentation of and
Hall Mr. and Mrs C. W, Fl
,'Joe
at 5 o'clock heClwcb, Martin HUliard attended the .: preciation from the Fair dens ,, ..'.d
Weman. pastor of t ,groom as best* man. tlon to City M.M..r T, '
of Joe Gad' Only members of the lam- for her daughter's wedding Mrs. s and to United States-Sugar Corporation : Fair officials and their spousesj,
iI1 aDd View close: frtend atleaded. Lang chose a white dressmaker I personajs for their great assistanceand were Mr. and Mrs. R.I. Papej
Mr. and Mrs. John MrJ
Corbin.
I
outfit,
worn with
j white .
accessories: help-tq, the Fair. Richard L. r
)Ir', Jamei Klmbrtl was orfan. and a corsage"of.white carnations., .Pap*. Fair president, made the and Mrs. Jud Dunaway, Mr. and
and played a prelude of wedding The groom's mother was\dressed In I prenentatlions. Mrs. Walker Nail David Paulson.
tit
the blue and Robert George entered 'Cood Mr. and Mrs Raymond Ross, Mrs
to ceremony white [
print and c I
wort a pinkcarnation Guests
songs
the traditional, weddingmarches corsage f Samaritan Hospital in West Palm and officials of U.S. Sugar W. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mr,. Frank* I
and used Beach Corporation were Mr. -and Mrs. Veltre, City Manager and Mrs.M. C.i't';
for the processional.. and Palms and baskets of white glad' ,. for eye surgery, which was H. T. Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. John Pirkle and News editor. Mrs. '"
I recessional) loll were arranged In the church I performed on Monday. He is re a Boy,Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. LanIer Beryl Bowden. ; {,
Tie bride. jlvej la marriage by and i try the reception rooms, where ported as doing nicely: ; Lawton Calhoun president "
her father wore' a street length punch and wedding cake, were i Preston McGee, son of Mr. and and Frank Exley vice president of Unavoidably absent were RepreI'
dress of white lace -owr_ satin.! served following the ceremony. Mrs George McGee Is a memberof Savannah Sugar Refining Corpora. tentative and Mr. Charles E. ".
the cast of "The JB's," a play tion. er, John L. Hall supervisor of reg' <|

; being presented by students ,of : Istratloa and Fair director Gene B,
County officials and wives and
I Organizing Hosp'ital'Auxiiiary Palm Beach Junior College Thurs husband present' were Senator: Harrison and Mrs. Harrison.Acreage !
day,
Friday and Saturday nights '
mer Friday, Fort Myers

Is New Sorority Undertaking of torium this at week Lake, in Worth.the college audi and Dorothy Mr. Clark J. W., dark clerk ;circuit Sheriff) D'j .

I An organizational meeting for 'Beta Sigma Phi Sorority memberswho Mrs. Sarah Levitt and son and Mrs. Earl DyeiJ. Judge and For Sale!Ii r
daughter Lamar and Sandra recently Qroward N. .Parsons, Tax Assessorand
I the Hendry General Hospital AuxOliar I were interested In the new organization Gloved to dewiston from "i One section muckland, 15 miles '
was held Wednesday evening which the local chapter Chattanooga Tenn. Mrs. Dennli Small Tax Collector -, south of Qewiston. A good ,;
I at the home of Mrs ;J. Fred Bak- is" spearheading Lt. Col. Carl H. Hansen U.S. 'A. 0. Ward. County Com- buy at $12' per acre Terms. '
er' The meeting was attended by I "Election!: 'of officers was held with Army his wife and children Linda '

'I the following results Mrs. Gene Randy Clara and Sharon spent the

Country Club :Netoe+ Hough president; Mrs. J. Fred "ekind. in Clewlston with his PIZZAYU Thurmond Knight ;
Baketitcepresident, .
Mrs. W. & brother-in-law and sister Mr: and I
.Perry. .corresponding! CtEWISTOX BETA SIGMA :Pill CIWPTE5 entered their Valentin Bra W. R. Realty Inc.
secretary Broadrlck
Bj TERESA AND\ MATT STANTON CoL) ,Hansen 2-3311 "
Mrs. Harry. Johnson recordinj Girl Mrs Buren UalLoa their float fat the Ifendry Cmtr Fair Parade has recently! returned from 13 Box m Ph. VI 4-1155

Playing In the.InvUatlonalBestI secretary; Mrs James McPhail, Monday.-STAFF... .rilpTO. month In Salgnon, Vietnam, and West Palm Beach, Via...
I UHirnament last .b'r11oyY.e t treasurer: is to be stationed at the missile Sugarland, Pharmacy <
Ithe country DuWw re threeMadWI TW) executive tJbanTwill hold a Church Ceremony Unites \: bait, Red Arsenal Alabama.
I from BeUe Glade and 1* from Le- meeting tomorrow to draw up b,.. t. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Conrad
Ihish Acres. Cewiatocladlespar'. laws Which,:'win h,. .iiKmlH .? Minneapolis Minn., were recent
Iticlpatlng were Bonnie Durreoce,' the hospital l n administrator;; --inc Miss Meredith Mr. Strickland t tA guests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. R. I' ATTENTION !! It '
I gnew.\tUah: Florentine.
Barbara member of{ the.Jlospltal Authoritfor Broadrll'k..d
Golda Green, Margie Jlendry. Nell ,approval.Auxiliary daub! ring etC3itty: lneform. Rosemary MIms, LaBelle';; Miss : Mrs. John R. Barton '"
I Hooks, Ruth. McCarthy Letty MeIConvUle membership will not ed in li: Uion! ry Baptist Jat.lclaOwwWClewlstont:' Miss and daughters Roseann and Jo Farmers Cane Growers and'Rancher$
Ruby McIntyre: Ruth be 'limited to -sorority members. Church of Chosen! united 1 in marriage Peggy Parsons LaBelle; Miss Janejhe.rod Ellen of KJsslmmee; spent the '
JMottley,. Frances Nan.Neil Park After(careful screening: anoV'ajJproval I Miss Janette Meredith ; Immokalee and Miss weekend with Jhls mother, Mrs. LOOK' TO THE FUTURE AND :, i ,
linson. Margaret .-Schmidt; AdeUe 'lot qualifications anyone 'daughter of Mr and Mrs/ Co F, Jon II': Waters/C1ewlston. Alice Barton !'!
I.McOhee and Naomi .Skoefcmaa.. may Join. Membership applications Meredith of Qewlston) IIId James Oat of .toW Judges will makeIhc Mrs. Rf J. Foy Mrs. Mary Hogan ( WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING ,
With a foursome'' on 'aaob 'tee, will .be available at a later date StrlcldaJKI. '10ft .of Mr and Mrs. se>eetion'>el the girt to re- and Mr. and Mrs/ Owen Altee I 1'
Ithe girls started'off'et4:1t''amd' : M plans and the organization warrant E. B. Strlck1and': of,Bay Springs, eelr',the, tttiV{ .f Miss Sugar of Jacksonville, spent the weekend
played straight through"W hotel. additional heln. .. +' II IIMIa. visiting Mrs. Gussle Foy. '
%. an dt* wear.SM. crOWD for tha A Law Cost Farm Mortgage :" ,
Prizes were awarded during luncheon Members attending the meeting The ceremony was performed by erm'aj yrar."j j She will be, Mr., and Mrs R.. A. Miller and FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN .
following completion: of play. Wednesday were Mrs. J. Fred Baker the Rev: E. L. Johns pastor of the '(le ned by Becky Thomas sons David and Danny of West W1U Fnrlsh Cash TeRefinance .:,'"
I Winning with a best" bail of 68 ; Mrs. Bill Baker Mrs. 'D. C church Sunday afternoon>. via(:e,, Mae Soear-1931.: Palm Beach visited his mother, 0 debts. b"
were Helen Herman cad Josle .Ems. Mrs. Johnie Jackson; Mrs.: Mrs. .C, IL Miller over the weekend .. Finance farm Improvement, new buildings, purchase..
'Mrs. E. L. Johns, pianist presented Tha w'jtVng: contestant and: 'the ,
wind machine and Install Irrigation.
!
:Mitchell of Lehlgh Acres aDd Ruby E.! E. Edwards, Mrs. Dick
McIntyre: and Naomi Stockman of Mrs. W. O. Baker I a program of nuptial music. :two, runntisup' win receive trophies ( Mrs. Bea Morgan is spending Assist la purchase af a farm, trove er ranch, '*
Clewilton. Second Perry, Mrs. Harry i The bride was; given .In marriageby i and a weekend: cruise U Na- several days In Chicago. Purchase more land.
prize" wept to Johnson Mrs.
James McPhall and I her father She -Provide capital fond for the farm enterprise.
wore a short ;au as their prize. Th cruise is Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Pauline L.
Sweeney Florence, Settle, Mrs. Gene Day of '
HoughsFirst wedding ot'white lace and rcvlded th, Fair ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN '
hr
|Betty Curry, all of Lehlfh Acres, gown Association: : Dexter Mo., and Mr. and Mrs.
land Addle McGehee of Clewlston, satin fashioned with long sleeves, rite assistant fr :m "Yarmouth: Edgar Larsen of St. Louis, are'vis- HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Book Fair ending In tapering points at the Cruise Inc.Sugarland. 1* Lower payments. ,,
ling their sister
and b
with best ball brother
a of 68. At 89 la '
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wrist Her ahouldep.1eDltb veil was Band,from Clewiston Law Mr. and Mrs. 2. Longer terms (nj to 30 years)., .
third place were Betty Vedder At School Robert George
and High
iPst Fortana of of white Illusion. She carried a ;Mlgh School! 'W1J11 play during the lot! several weeks The ladles S. Dependable aerrlco (serving agriculture exclusively
Lehigh Acres and are
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icuquot of white'carnation-In cascade evening at the,Fair Grounds. The j
IXell: Hooks and The first book sisters of Mrs. George.
Barbara Egnew! fair at Clewlston 4. Full prepayment privileges without penalty.
|of Clewlston. High School will be held next arrangement.The I Beauty Contast: starts at o'clock: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hughes and g. Loin service by local people familiar with local arricoltnre. -
bride's only attendant was and will be held tat the outdoor children Mike and *
Frances Chris
Nail and Gwen Hare did Thursday and Friday, March 7-8, tit Charlotte
a commendable Job decorating for sponsored by the School Library her sister Miss Linda Meredith, tage, with bleacher seats. provided N.C., and Mr. and Mrs. WaIter If we can be of service to yon please write or phone ". f
the George Washington' Birthdayevent The FEC News Company will who was dressed in a white short forth* spectators. Hughes and Dock Crawley of W. B. MAY' Mgr. or DOYLE E. ABBOTT, Asit 'MT. ''VI 1
Frances provide the afternoon gown, with a red rose at Roc ibam. N.C. visited last
made the nametags books and will set up
with hand drawn American the displays early Thursday morn- the waistline and complemented: A shy lad wanted to": marry the week with Mr and MM. "A.: H. Federal Land Bank Association ,
l.lags! on each. In,. During the with jed sUPtu"The King.
Marianne Bishop day students may Jtrl, ,but bl felt .would choke
and Lllah Florentine were in come to the library look and (lit bride's mother was dressed if b2'tried to mention the words Mr. and Mrs. Vern A. Freemanof
charge of scoring and many hoursof Is hoped) purchase, tie) paperbacksof n light blue suit worn with white "man," or "marriage1 to her So, Mt Dora, Fla:,,and East Lana- of Bradenton .oz
work were given to preparation : their choice. accessories and a whit carnation :after giving much thought to the In,. Mich., spent a few days last
by Neil Hooks Ruth Mottle The Book Fair will be open to I corsage. problem be asked her in a whir week with Mr and Mrs. Fred Or. PHONES 7432051 BRADENTON FLA.. .
Golda Green and Louise Christian. adults In the evening and parents Following r :eptica at th, homo: per one evening, "Julia, how would : ris. r
> lovely orchid: plants hwb with and friends may come In and visit of the bride's parents, Pacific Avenue -[I you like b be burled with rqy\
looms were loaned for tM ooea-, the first book fair. They also will Clewlston .the young caupl: >> people?"
lion by Esther Pearlman., -- purchase books of their own selec left for Bay Borings: Miss.! where r

Tomorrow the regular''' :Ladies tion.The, they will reside. G cer 3'
tournament will be a Best Ball swift< 'acceptance' of good FOR SALE ,
worne (net), literature, published as paperbacks I FRA'NK'S
Colda Green had,1 Wrttk 4 on has lead to the wide circulation "Miss Sugar-1963" iOOO Share Alico '

X plc soma!1 and Let* of many books hitherto considered Selection Tonight lid Market
on No. 1. WM.... too expensive for small Stock pr exckange
a bird for Jan. MYra-> LthM hem*' or school libraries. With fair weather In sight ,a I for Hendry"County,

\finished'oe' Mecday record attendance Is expected at HOME OWNED AND OPERATED !
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Mrs.,No.. J i',That's a lovely coat the Hendry County Fair tonight or Clewiotonproperty
Championship VUgM tt lith Championship will ted Owl 'Mrs., No. 2: Oh, thank you. My 1903", from among seven of the I Ph. YU 3-1401 s' :WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3-1401 .
and Pat Morgan ping husband gave it to me for my I5tb area's loveliest girls. J. Me Lankford ,
lop honor.. birthday, .Competing In the beauty contestare I' '
the first f1&IIt! : tH wha t of" ,Mrs., No. 1: It 'certaln11'wear.: Miss Gwen Keel of LaBelle; CIewiton Fla. -
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j Cox Tell Clubs .adiesOfLake i For;JixteenOut BaseballSixteen reclatloa I wish to for express the many my 1st MORTGAGES

II';..;s About Finland LOCAL CAGER iI ihpwn me during! my; Natheoch'Y: 11% DISCOUNT J JO
.. Tigers have reported for and and especially to % INTERESTP.CXB.11M46
( !t' Elmer Cox of Fort Pierce, retired Bowling LeagueTeam I baseball prattles sad an readying by the hospital stall i
iT after many years as a memo let! the first gUM ot till seasonon alt possible to make my: JaokseyWe '
:' bet of the State Department' embassy Won Loet March a The test Myers Senior comfortable and pleasant. l 10. Eta. )
h; ',_ staffs overseas, was speakerat Sport Shop ...._......_ ._ 51 asI i' led win be opponents la tie Mrs. Janice __
," a civic club luncheon in Clew I U. $ Sugar ......._.__..__ 53 31 DROP LAST GA ME (which wffl be played; oa the
rams
talon Wednesday. Kiwanis and Hare Lumber .;..._.._.._._ 50 U ni rt froona/ W& Cufarland park. -
Business and Professional Worn- bgsery: Shop .____. IS ..7ParkJDIon' conference '
it Oat game.Genies
this 1 NOW FOR SALE
,'. .. combined their .. .. .. '
en's dub members ,
-.w -- ., : art *clM>duld each Tuesday ,
J'PDune.ce
a 40 dewlitoa Riga School: dropped Qew1st04 IS: ra" ,
audience
meetings to give 4 wider Glades Restaurant I
U-Anril
\ sad Friday., March
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of the i t
to Interesting speaker.Mr. Old South Bar-B'Q to a its" final basketball game ":' J itSwayne n. aaeept the April Jt ..... w Jut released for solo
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Cox has served at embassies Wilson Lumber __ 36 U season to Vero Beach 51-M, mak- Young e,...,-.
to
wfclch chsng.d
'-' Thursday wu
Nuremberg lag 24 games la a row the Tigers S Available fmmea.telyRltail
London, Norway
la Berlin : .
S avoid oa GcxxJ Friday,
J a game
Conferenceand Individual Gasse have lost However, Coach wren nIble. .. .I I
Geneva
at the fOfk I
Hall lass seven 1tD011. -
Coach Pura
was last stationed for three onell Berry: __ ** Hall praises the team for their = 1\-,_.....; 1 aJ .Ions (to,, roster this yt f. Mike
/ aad for, I .
Store Mrination
} years In Helsinki Finland. Dora Belcher w.. ...... -- 118 work and sportsmanship ; and who Shop
He recited some of the history Eunice Cotbera ..,.......w ..-- 1W the Improvement the player have Yoder _. :...,,.,,.1 1 Purrtac Sidney Pffdoia, :
I\ of the small country: of Finland, made this year. Rlcketso -"' 0 0 play Jimmy Davlf whos alternate positions In heart of motel area -M On US 27
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which has survived and retained Rich ladivktaal Serb "The team has come a long way ,W, ;
;; Its identity; In a precarious proximity oueU Berry' ..',.--,*,,,,,. ...* since the first of the season" lie :"r'' i:: 22 7 11 Bleketson pitching and Bill Swtyn first. paseiOreg and= Show room 5Tx2S' all glass front
the Vero Beiet FG rr TP
Soviet Union. 445 aid. "I am tUU surprised at ,
to the ,
Finland; is one nation which has Dora Pat Baker Belcher ,,,, ,.,..?.,..- --' 434 bustle the team puts'out after such Branaa ...:. i J U Bruce Radish Waldron catcher outfa tiers, and Shop 50'x80' with 12 ceiling
"' hutch
defaulted in payment of Its a terrible season. They actually: FeDC er I 1 1
debt never to the United States, said think they can go to Fort Lauderdale Haire, I r'I..... .... 0 Juniors on th* roster are Mike Steel frame, concrete block construction
'ifersGoTo 'r -- I Muzzina, who plays short and second
Mr. Cox. In 1919, on recommendation and beat Jupiter In the opening Prime : _I S
of Herbert Hoover the U.S.government Torient, game of the Class B Group 8 Herrington. 4 J JJGielow bat. Ronnie Olden anothepitcherfirst Substantially reduced to
Den-
b and
player
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tournament"Our
made a loan of $3,- basketball
; 400,000 to Finland. The loan was The winless but undaunted bluest trouble this year Fine i,1 2 I All Gana *a outfielder; sophomores $22,500 ,- ExcidMt Terns
with compound Interest and on the dewiston Tigers win go to Fort baa been scoring. The last, four Sh I" ';"" 4 are Jimmy Bible; an outfielder ,

{.;,, due date of each payment the Lauderdale today to 1.In the lames in a row the Tigers have McCaD 1" -::. and Mike Fletcher, who
pitches and plays outfield!
United.States has received the full das B, Group I, basketball ,tour- cored'more than 90 points and be- :
,.. amount dUe-4lOlDewb.t of a record nament. fore that they: bad only scored 90: ] J''r;',; ;; ; N Doug Rudd Henry Bowden and J. E. Beardsley Real Estate
In international financing! Jupiter In the points in one game out of 19. QewLitoa .w..,;.,)...IS 13 U U-51 >onni ie Voder are ninth traders: ,
The lifers '
The meeting was held on the oppose,which: starts' at 1 7 Box score of the final! game; Vero Be -'......>, 24 21 21 1844 Doug catches Henry: pUys outfield
., dewlston Inn patio with Carets opening In fame McArthur Hih School: Fl A******* IMMtBUI I Ir an4 Pojwle, first base. RigMal. >Islralpsiisr:,
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i!i' Pitzen. Klwanis president conducting iymnaslum.. At 3:30: Chamlnade Scientists 'Warn r Player :I:,';';: 0 2fT P 11.1.",v. E. Sugarland Hwy; Ph.'YU
': the business meeting and will play:, Cardinal Gibbons, Fa MIke It Father: "Cat your .dtawerl"Child 206 2-7501
Mrs Evelyn Nash and Al Fuller as, hokee and Pinecre, the other'two Toxic Butterweed Jimmy; ;,.r- 23 1" 0.51 : "Motivate ....1"!
r' program chairmen. Among the -teams playing In this class and 'Mike a 191 "' 5.
.' guest present were Mrs. Cox .;sal drew )byes. Should Be Killed 'Mike YOIIIIIII) ;, :. 24 IS I.M'-
Y. her sister Mrs. L O. Bishop 01 group Friday evening Pihokee will play' 'Ranchers In South Florida are .Swayae _..., 23 51 U7
4 !'Rfefcard HwrtegDonny 23 2T 1.13
Fort Pierce. the winner (( the dewistonsJupt- warned to kill butterweed now; "H
Voder,..,... It It 1.U
ter game .at' o'clock and Pine don't It I kill cattle
you may your
CARD OF THANH of theC1.m1nadeGibboftl 'MIke Bowdea__ 0 11 1,00 FREE PAINT OFFER
Crest will play: the winner later",.say J. R. Arseulgo Ralph EVERY
M;:. My: loss in the death of my'sis* game at 8:30 W. ,Kidder and R.'J. Alton Jr.?of Henry: Bowdea ,__ 2Z 1& 0,73"Cree'
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ter lias brought me a new fealizatlon The winners of these two match the' Everglades Experiment, Station Hice soa 11 2' Oil
". of the value of fr Qd.lh.p.! 'For ,,Sl day la the final* on Saturday: who have issued a memo report < Pat BaUret_ __ 4 2 0.50 .
\ .' the many cards flowers, prayers. : Team :,,._...,,.,..24 8iIO 30.11its IIMo&Ma .,.! iawn 'aaMS .., Nlstmi
,)" visits ,and other expressions of on the subject Butterweed 1 II ,,,.,., ..241740 72.50 MiraeM veatferi IIXT" 11cM. ......a M }.aiet
sympathy; and kindness extended Mouth To Mouth especially prevalent after pasturefreezes 2- > *.i to'a km. ....... 0,' aedsa6u saessae May' asses*
says the report 'Mrw sous Vnr ..-- '. N rn N. a eespM' \ .Maewa'. Mon
to me I am sincerely more grateful lJfeeaY RC.Is Cattle sickness and death ''have ..... eraMa YeaM. all I.. ..... M .......... wAsas .to ehadlaaaasaesa'as.ensee. ,
than 1 can express In words.War occurred when Seneclo tlabeUeus Mrs.. N+okDfe Speaks MBUM atnavta .s see wali.Fee, aaMa 'i.
OUteri Sugg (commonly caW butterweed) wa To Metlledists .... s... Mane fMn..... .....
Bay Petto, a farm 'and home present when .to pasture that were AIlS *.** ....' Isere want t.rII t.
a safety expert from-the Extension thin and lacked uffldeat forage the program during
RYSTAL.CtZWBTON Service cl the State of Florid Is la winter and spring period 'i hour at.7:30: '
In Hendry; County; thY week conducting The weed found in the entire .ch 3. at the'First! : MARY ,CARTER PAINT: FACTORIES
a series of demonstrations South Florida area /on flatwooi : will be Mrs ( WPRLO'S LARGEST OPERATION Of' m KINO ,
-- In' mouth .mouth felUlc:1: tlon. pastures as wen as sand and muck Her discussion ,
? soils around Lake Okeeehobee endaouthward Mental Health, !
constructed r
Using a specially: .
OfUIJ4SUIL. Itte-aUa, mod, called "Annie" Mr. The plant' bright and how ,the ohurch can help in _ Fuller's Country Store
?ettis explains toe simple but Important green leave form' rosette' or this area; of special need. Mrs. HWT.Al
Mar. 8
the N.Uls 1 III a neMent of Avon Park ,
close to
'4 3:30'.3:15'. 7:00. 8:45 P.M. steps which: anyone may wheel-spokt pattern
and is IMMel health consultant EAST: .8CGAELAND OUEWI8TON. FLORIDA
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Mon. Tues.. Mar. 45 take to'start a person' breathing ground.: Later a seed stalk wIth .
7:50: ..15: PJJ. '. again. In his talk at Rotary dub few, matt leaves ,develop' from for our four-county area, working
It's Only Money" Monday, "his first of the ,week, the center of the rosette; after :with the Florida State Board ofHealth.
he emphasized that the first mn- which Jbi-Iglit yellow flowers opeD. r
WITH JERRY LEWIS ments are Important. "There II Effects of apparent Senec -potJ.lacludit She is a graduate oi Chicago and

brain damage after four minutes.;. oning cattle aimless walk Stanford, Universities
Wed. Thurs.., :Mar. 87
,dead lug., circling and staggering in the TheW$es "nbsdy group using
*. he, said. "If a person Is
P J
8. Only "' "
,the book )*. Cares
? will hold
mout\'to mouth resuscitation will -early stages. Nearly- aU affected .
"Sweetheart".4n not bring them back to life;,but If animals die. Liver.'damage'' J. Ju J concluding session on that night DOLOMITE HICALTON
::. 4EANHTTE! MacDONALD' ids any one' of several reason. usually: too extensive.to permit recovery from 8:30: to 713.; .
;:'f!,. ," NELSON BODY such as drowning suffocation, 01' by tile time,outward syro? -
.. A modem love storyIn color. toms appear.. -No' cure or corrective l '
breathing
have -
choking :they "stopped
With music for all lovers and!
.m sweethearts. ,, mouth-to-mouth resuscitationcan / treatment is known. Symptoms .,, Roofing Co.: .'
save their,lives";" may: not be observed until one

ii. Double-Header His I demonstration is cleat and or two months after grazing/ the AO Types .f Reef and TRUCK LOAD '- TRAIt LOAD '
simple. Anyone who sees It can weed. Sheet! Me. Work :
1$11.: Fri. >Sat.. Mar. 8-0.. follow, the instructions the tarsi The only; positive[ method of pea .
; "ScarefaceMob"WILLIAM time he attempts Itt There::hive ventlAg{cattle poisoning lato, keep; New Constrectfon ar
J Repair,lobe FREE SOIL SAMPUNG SERVICE '
Ii ,,' : been cases recorded where a.Ute butterweed out of pastures with a
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J"" ELEANOR PARKER has been saved by: a person who good management program supplemented Plione2:'; f 1 .. I

r "Escape: From had learned the method but had by-herbecldes When needed o BE SURE TO CHECK OUR SAVINGSAND
never before attempted to"use It. said the report,, -1 Day 'r' Bveatogsr '
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'"f,''. Ft Bravo said Mr. Pettis. i 0. Bleu 1(43CLEWISTAV SERVICE BEFORE YOU,lUYr\ a ae
kaCMAN V7YMNROWOtT. Carlos Dicker: presided& at the It seems that every.time you're '
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.STACK meeting aad Fruit PoOdll. county about to Catch: up with th* Jo .... I ",.._ .,. FLA.OPEN "'
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month, on .
each Bafley.TENEMOS
Girl Cosmetics Clients -'Uc your convenience. Weddings, Atlanta 11.:.Ga.; Mar14p Gail Littles, captain; Brenda Grit- ,

fished Studio making CUARTOS PARA A!;, Banquets, commercial. home por- well secretary Emila Johnson 'I'l
Clewlston,
ill and around etc. 3 or 4 QUILA. Telefono ..3-68S1 W E. : traits. For appointment call YUkon FRANK' DENMEAD1"Llcnesed treasurer; group 2 officers are Ma
deliveries .
necessary wfll Bailey SIS Este El Paso Qewltton. 3-2461. CAPITOL PHOTO ,, \ bel Wallace captain Debris Kea
Route pay up
hours per day. Writ STUDIOGIRL Uc STYLE!: SHOP. tic: lrlorida"Real' Estate Broker ton, secretary; and Celistlne Black,
to $5,00 per hour. Across from Fair Grounds treasurer.
COSMETICS Dept. '15&3%. LET US YOUR
YUkon J..34Z1\alld YUkon 3-1361 Recently our neighborhood chairman
HOME 1n Canal Point Top workmanship l
Glendale, CaUl.Help FOR SALEDuplexlcBS'-Jf' and assistant chairman of District 'I,
Miscellaneous! For Sale CaU Hunt Real, Estate.
1 I I3'OR
Pahokee 924-7933. tic \ : and small frame : 3, Mrs. Ernestine Nafvllle

rental unit"& and 'Mrs Leola McCullough! met

I Want J TMWANTED I 2 Bedroom frame Nice shade On with the local: Brownie and Girl .

SALE Parrakeets. $200 W. G. PERRY Tax Consultant .Pasadena, (55 monthly and small Scout organization They brought t :

up. Mynah birds, African love 1 'Complete Income Tax Service .. down payment greetings and helpful Informationfrom ( ... .

SECUHmr GUARD In birds, monkeys; cages, supplies; Phone YU 27841. 3 'Exceflentf lots on North side the Palm Glade Council t I'", : 'H'.

Moore Haven Clewiston and Pet boarding Thompson Wild I 4/lSc: From private owner The Brownie Scout and Girl : 11ds. ; ..
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South Bay. Experienced preferred Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- Large lot,and four rental units. Scouts were one of the outstanding .1 ; ,"!
In person. Florida State Employment : 1236. \ tic ATTENTION I Good financing or will trade for .j\
Apply participants fit the Homecoming
MEMBERS OF THE BtOWNIE TROOP AS THEY HAPPILY TOOK aPART
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Service, 41 S E, AvenueD ALL.MAKES 21" USED TV' lots, mortgages, .etc *
SETS Parade.
Prospective home buyers :(or 'I IN HARLEM ACADEMY'S Ilemeeembf Parade. 'These' ,
Belle Glade Itc Guaranteed. S1995 down, $14.W 10 Acres and 3 bedroom house. The leaders and committee members '
commercial). X Grand
: am seeking em- 'I Brownies aIM took part fat the Opening Parade ef the Hendry
'""' been per month. LAKE APPLIANCE ployment, $9$ New CBS 2 bedroom home. Low have made plans for a good '. f'f.{/
Jlist because you have, ,, can save you many down ,County Fair Monday. ,,}
CO. YU 2-71S1. payment. Eight lots, cleared
'tic this for these 30
waiting" said the' nurse, to can handle, planning loan procedures program year
kept the expectant father,''doesn't necessarily FOR SALE-1952 Ford V4 Pickup I and complete construction. and planted. girls from age 7 to 8. Card of Thanks '
dean. No Write Box 15, Three sections Hendry County.Reasonable .; They are striving hard to;make
wIll'be's rust. 1960 George KendalL
mean the baby. Falcon 2- I / ., We, the family of the late Mrs:;
this to
satisfying
,' 1 11M V door. Radio- and heater Straight Clewtslon. Fla. tie program more '
Xirl" '
Good JUANITA JOHNSON) Associate these girls as they grow uj and Estelle Gordon wish to express
gears gas mileage ear Resident Phone YU our Sincere thanks and deep .po;
I 3-1361 learn more all the time about managing
Louis Christiansen, 507 South At- BLUM. &: SONS PLASTERINGVery I '
predation to friends for ,"
their affairs and Carrying : our many .
own
lantlc Ave. Ph. 3-1664 Mar7p; Best Work .M&H. ESTAm---1 r '
advanced their kindness at the time of bet '
on more activities In
We Save You Money NORTHSIDE :
i FOR SALE Payroll envelopes Pattering :' '," bedroom frame, I. their, troop.Pictured Illness and passing We are"grate,'' i
Simulated Stone $10,090 ,
printed wtih form for social security x above, from left to r; r fill indeed to the! doctors and staff ,;.i
Stucco Free Estimate NORTHMBCtj
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Howard Spinets : withholding and other deductions bedroom frame : right are, first row Linda Norton of Hendry General Hospital, minis 11'
Licensed end Insured $9.880.
Box of .500. Clewlston '; 1.7-: I Evelyn Tarver, Gwendolyn Johnson ten and friends, for their consols-v: 'r.
25 Years In Business ACREAGE I
Mirror "Studios" Newt. Office, M available Jeanette Keaton, Anne Tar tlon, all who sent flpweys.! cards
iistte
I
3850 Lora Street COUNTRY 10 acres, 3 bedroom .
and everything that done to
was :
$325.00 FOR SALE- Reconditioned portable I Fort Myers Fla. tic CS6 hesne, completely furnished ver Janice Stallworth Emilie second .l help us'liear our burdens with,
:
Brenda Griswell,
Johnson
:..;. and cabinet model sewing i ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 ,*TV,: ftsMzer, cattle. Pena: ; confidence That the Heavenly..
-- tow, Anne Watson, Sheila Jett,
machines, $1950 and Sewing eeL,3 mflee o tj!Paved state road.
up. Father Knows Best"n
SINGER SEWING MACHINErepresentative
Judith Gale Hilton Cynthia Lee
LAKE Machine Center, 116 S.W. 3rd All eonveoiesicM: Ideal site.
St., I May 'God continue to bless each.
I will beat Gidi Isabella Tarver, Shirley. A. Mclntyreu ;
2 BEDB08M condidition "
Belle Glade. C86. excellent
APPLIANCE Marl4p dens furniture Store each Friday, -i Debris Keaton, Andrea and all of you :';"\:''
i Well
: sodded. BeauUfushrubbel'1. *
AIRPLANE FOR SALE Four For parts, sales, service stop in fruit Wright hidden face,. Kathleen Respectfully 7>1s: i
Ph. YU 2.7131Income ,;: utility room
place Piper Tri-pacer. Complete :or call YU 2-6721 tic Mardy. Other members of the organization Mr and Mrs. Walter Holmes;j

sprinkler .
system $13 000 '
.
and All Members of the :,,
,
Instrument not shown In this picture
panel and super Homer 5 ACR, S. NEW 2-BEDROOM 2
radio. New condition In and out. bath frame ."home Hardwood are Verna Allen, Bonnie O i Family. '.

1900 down. Easy monthly pay. I iH E ESTATE floors. Little. Cetestlne Black Shirley ,'<:-.
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Tax: ; menu. YU 2-3421 or YU 2-6751 323 PEA HOMES in Brosrd; Palm Hamilton; Norms J. Cross, Jeanett. MABGIE McCLAIN Special Notice';"..
Harris; Wilma Fay Oliver Mable
tic ')
I Beach .end Dade counties
,
FOR SALE 2 bedroom home In various Wallace G1oda Warren. Barbara Birthday Party The Harlem Academy PTA did' :,

Service 'Business Opportunity II Clewlston Florida room. Beautiful sizes indprlces.\ Small cash I.I.pa'ment -Sykcs, Pearlie Boggan,Vera Pope, Little Margie McClaln celebrated not hold its meeting the past Monday ,,'-

shaded lot with fruit trees. Frtnkle Hamilton ClaudetT Ander-- night, and the president 11 .
FOR her seventh with
RE birthday a
OPPORTUNITY for -"Efficiencies and
$97.50 :
Personal l & Busineea '' Older frame with stucco. Beautiful son, and Paulett Anderson. asking all members to meet with
per week man' Age 25 59 Also 'I' house as available. party at the home of her grandparents her Monday night March 4th.Willie' '
street, north side. Would consider
2..7841' have opening for semi-retired man Over 1.00 vacant lots to select Mr. and Mrs Herbert
YUkon small trailer or lot,,. or both, from for Ring last Sunday afternoon
((would consider lady 40 to 60)). all -purposes. Various Ceremony Campbell
,
Route sales For personal Interview as down payment John Bacher, prices Terms.INVESTMENT. Playmates and friends spent the .
144AvenidaDelRioW.G. l
34? N. Balboa, care H .N. Retgh- The class of 1963 of Harlem
+
i music and ,
In your community write J, AND. INCOME evening enjoying games 'Shoe Shine Stand a
Russell Park, Fort Myers. Academy held their ring ceremony
ley,
H. McGarlty, P.O. Box 627, Willis- PROPERTY: ", I The honoree received'many useful
PERRY ton Florida Teb21c Feb28p $360 MONTHLY RENTAL Recent Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. In and beautiful gifts. On the menu Give your shoes that shine d
smile,
LEARN WESTERNSTYLE DEMAND GREATER THAN CBS construction $23,000.. the gymnatorium., A large audience this was Ice cream, cake cookie*, lollipops Alabama Street Harlem

Tax Consultant' SQUARE DANCING. Class now EVER for houses, acreage, businesses LONG TERM low Interest', farm was Impressive present ceremony.to witness Theproram and punch.. .' Ifr. WIRIe L. Tenng. Proprietor
very .
cane; and Guests present were Rose Mary
waiting grove ranch mortgages
We have customer
being formed Contact Dave Stock .
follows:
was as
List property with us. minimum Me,690. Crlchlow. Judy Gale Hilton. Detbu
man. your Procession.Mrs A: E, G: Thom. Ann Rose Donnell
LISTINGS NEEDED! Patricia ; Lynn-
I....II.........................................1 I. J. E. Beardstey Ph. YU 27501.tic J. M. LANKFOBD as; presiding, Barbara Canoes, ette Donnel!, Ells Mall Sullivan Julia's Beauty Nook ,

530 East: Sugarland Highway president of the senior class; announcements Shirley Hamilton Glenn Dale
.
'FOR RENT-Modern office: In new Fire. Auto sot General, : ; sing... "Come. Thou Smith Judy Ann Hall and Frank EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES '
I IWALDRON'S building across the street from Insurance : /I Almighty King;" scripture and In- Hamilton. Personal Care-*To Your Hair

BUSINESSSEE : I DIRECTORY I Post Office. See Abner Vann or Clewlston.. Fla MTYU 2-21d vocation: Rev, L, Holmes; selection Mn. Julia MM Bale "

I phone YU 2-5971. chorus, "For ,the Beauty of, Personal MentionThe Proprietor

1--. -. 'WANTED ; the Earth,"' occasion Janet Brum-I
,
US TORBOTTLED I ',...." I field,.president*of Student Council; many friends of Mrs.Helen
I ,
s Bnunfleld are Very: proud to I tee
: WAN u.u-peopl. te Warn Wean! solo,Willie B. Jones: Introduction
GAS ,,
Edwards.Plumbing her home after spending a few Harlem
Willie M Humphries.
of Garage
MEATS! AND GROCERIES i era Style' Square j9ee nd. Cone speaker days.In Hendry General Hospital
of 'the senior class; ,
Appliances 'tact Dave Stockaswa. YU S/ d Secretary noMT for
1 1i4g speaker Mrs. J. S CalJadha, president I open
Sales-Service, open 7 AM -* S FJl .RepairRenovation : : days, or' YU 2478. evenings., 1 1I of the Band:Parenti'Club; Frlendrof Mr. Will 'U1a'11' are ,butineMElbert

; I D01/iY j selection, "The Green Cathedral," sorry to hear th t.bi I*. Ifl and
'
POWERryGS;' SEVEN DAYS A WEEK I Home' la exce8et: condition; presentation of rings, Mr. A. A. confined'to Hendry General "Get :Allen, Jr. f

Replacements Close to schools tad thopping UPahokee. Thomas, principal; recognition:el Well Wishes" to him for aa early Phone YU 2-6248 :,

F Your: Spur. of Moment Picnic.' : Installation can Hunt Ball Estate parents and guests, Kenneth, Ward; recovery, -

CORPORATIONCALLCOLLBOT i General] Repairs 884-7833._ tMRe4ne remarks Mr. A. A. Thomas. ; bene
Four Mile East of Clewlstoa Trouble Shooting I WANTED TO RBKT 3I diction.. Rev, L. Holme.. Friends of Mrs. Mary Brlggt! regret

Licensed Experienced I couple no Chlldrea. ,need thre Call .officers: President, Bar> 'very much to bear that she '

South Bay '_ WYWANTED 6-081; Ban Beach Available i bedroom, unfurnished house by bara J. Carious f vice president is Ul and confined to Belle Glade Mamie'sStyle

4 March 13. Would give year's lease Larry E. Cromes; secretary; Willie Hospital We pray, that she wifl Center

Phone YU,2.7230 I for right 2-C50I Mae Humphries: treasurer Betty soon recover, .

1'!;' 'Attention Cattlemen 'days. YU houI04JU Feb280 M. Dixon business manager, Robert -' New Stock of Girl's Dresses
-, ,Johnson; parliamentarian, 'The many friends of Mr. Eddie Shorts and( Slim lima
Branan. the brother of Mrs., Louise
Customers New J is the' time to eemecltdate J :,:-w' Boas Kenneth, Ward-; chaplain Josle Cub regret very much to hear Mrs. M.... MeOanlel,
: MNMEAD1 "*
NO J..: yi.r Mta with ft tang' term grim FRANK Motto: "We have J crossed. ,the of hit nines., at present he II confined rreprielev
lose, low interest rates,, with : to Hoodry General W. hope F
242 Alabama Street
the lies ahead. ,
: bay ocean:
&
'Uce..4 Flerlda Breker :
EXPERIENCENECESSARY '' Baal Estate \
that
Land BankSee Anew frees Fair Oreoads 1 Class .flower.. Chrysanthemum; .be pill soon recover. I YHilton's
Federal
YUKON I-I4J1 YU MM1 -()L3PIlRS J6N claN colors, black and gold; sponsors I .
.. Miss. Ft J. Bryant and Mr. OBITUARYFuneral M
Jordan & Pridgen er Write A BE.U.Bur '\ I 3 Humphrey Jr. I Grocery
} services tor the late Mr,
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CRIES: SERVICE BTAIJQS( ft' It.,MAY Hotel Beach Besert 'Fort Waited Beach. .,.[244 ft.;private Lone B. Miller Sr., were conducted I Orecerlet Fresh Meats ,;'

hex tie WaleaU BufldtagBradeatOB while sand beach and same testate ea C8 fl. Over III last Wednesday afternoon at Vegetable. ?

HENDBY comet' I FloridaEYINRU.DE. .n. Modem snasoniT cottages. tile batfca. Semi. j'l'ii'FACE / 1:30 p.m. lathe chapel Young's Sold Drink. Essential Item. Y ,

Title & Abstract 'Co.AhrtractaJJEWa ;: i i'nile .-' Heat and air eendHtoani'. Large swerve home. : ge, Harlem Funeral Home. with Rev. Vft Appreciate Your Patronage u
r ... Pave4
.. well
Restaurant beach Deep are. .
!,.I L. Holmes, pastor of Hew Bethel and Kr,., Thirstss BBV*
Irs nee Filly IIIraI ecL 1< "..... learner kuhwss ,101. IIII' .
AME Church in the rraprieter. I
Phota 81 Mast be see .. appreciate. Can be flaaBeed. 1 officiating I ,
Fer appotetaeat eaU Frank,Dnm.." IU 2-34 : POWDER WILL: midst of Mends and relatives..The

B 0.r811a to-.. 10....., asseclate YU 3-1111. rI CATCH A MAN;BUT,IT deceased was, an employee of the
PdOBaage 1. vTAKCS US6C for a' long period of Urn. .
&40* Sftles. 'and Service' 1'0'- BALE BAKING POWDER The body was burled la the Booker

4 aanela ., geed lara land eewkttag el tJM aeiea., 'MI".r f ;TO HOCD HIM //'. T.Washington Memorial Cemetery. EfeCaftamlGrtciry ,

aa4 Vs 4 BCotortTikisM ,art. MC .. ., '. (Harlem) dewUton.
1'08 ROd...... :. ntry estate el N aem.' An bspreTed ......m, Map' Among the relatives.' attendingthe ,

4 .... .. .iceBesU .... farm, nNl- leaK private stab', '.%.. ote.AH ..' funeral were -Mrs.. Rosa Mae :

... : after ....went. >V. Miller' wife sad two 'sons- Leon
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ai.. ....., .. .
5 Trades' perks akmrhur. evef ......." gases Mars ir1 and Lewie B. Miller fr.. Newark< H13e Ce eed Merle !
P-:5 .... mNL '
laid. lavestioU thes aew. :t' '
MRbog fir 1 arlee If N J.{ Mr.'led Mrs. T. C. MAar.Mribounw .
till Mad aiaek.. Hew..... famed : a
LWAN $ a acre. ,'' JIa..i, _I. MalfndaCuawsSH ; 5

rJt.Jut ...... ,alb ttsatte.; Peace aid eliare4.. *, skier, 'AttbevOle, Alai o.e1'iMR I
:.. {
asi Mr. led Mr. JUrncet Miller, Doth-
Tr. ears .-........ aasl, ttW last heaee..Me ..1.$. ,iier' .. let' an. Ala; ...... Ida CuaustlMs.DotiMM 8th!!

Fore,'' *.*** At real j., : AlH.J MId Matte Milttr, ,

u 1'10: IIU.JB 1M .... feeaslry ...,.F :rA4'rA4'1EWrTMls rA4'r Newark, NJ.S. Mr. and kin Rt*> SCUOOI.

east of AtJutIt :,4\ ,. art Xafley. Mr. Mctr MOer, Mf, MIRY.; lib

Call 1WJoa1. y .1 Mlfa/e1 y1. rai. Mkl.dn, I7J..H>per'r' ed1, ON IM* it.Met MOM WlllaIDl1Id; lad tiiwm.- Mrs.,1o4 Mrs. Cki' flows'

hi : Accessories
Bobby QWsWisYn *' r.... rlb//ri ihfrlrei- : 1&H 11i.'.'. Boat tkel Ira daegSler V'aD.from'

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alf Page Eight THE CLEWISTON: NEWS dewlston, Florida] _. __ Ir! 4 tiursday, Tebruah 8

\" Parade HilitesThe 1 Final AuditionFor -

; PUBLIC NOTICE Set Minimum Criteria
: ;o\1 Fire Truck was polled to ngineersfWlay Variety ShowThe j i

,! J '' NOTICIO TO CONTRACTOR lead the Grand Opening parade Variety Show, which open ''j
;; lyl', SKWAGH COIAECTIOJr sYsTEM For Bridge On Okeechobee WaterwayThe Strong ,
when the air whistle blew, signaling at 7:30: tomorrow night will be the
; '' CITY OP rLRWIsTOte. FLORIDACONTRACT a blaze Shawne packinghouse r g last scheduled evening event of the ,

k.i 0'' .... MO. 1 was on fire, so the tire truck Corps jft Engineers hs Issued I ply to fixed bridge or lift bridge 1963 Hendry County. J'alr and Livestock Support
will be received by .
the unl.rollfn.4 at the offlc* *f the took off in the opposite direction 1 a now* that it proposes to:>> in the raised position.The Show.Youngsters.
I
-'f -' City' of Clewliton, Florida :until and the parade \ 1:10: rm. EST April /, ISIS at the Florida Highway Patrol. vertical clearance on ,INadbuilt but when
o requirements i dte bridges::!
which tin and place they will bay I : will present an entertaining program your cat or home b
y and read aloud a any bridge constructed over would: pertain to future coonstruc- OD the outdoor stage,and trophies damaged,
f f'h theee. proposals r your independent
{ Okeechobee Waterway and it lion/
will be presented at the
are to b* submitted" conilit of con Another entry of the parade I
tructlon of a sewage collection *;T'- testimony: from anyone th'l Any fact bearing on navigation conclusion: : of the evening. insuranceagenthelpsvouwii
tam' Approximate quantities are a* which "missed" was the Civil Air The information must N based I, *I1 the details,
will bs care.VUy considered Jf presented ..sees to it
tollo : Patrol plane. It, too. was poisedfor ,Billy Doane, chairman of the JOt
e" vw.cr li.SSO Un. PL navigation interest only. .the'Corps of Engineer: event aid the final audition to get paid promptly! '
It" VCP In IJn. It, flight (on the ground) down fairly, A,
Co!. H. R.TPrfltt.; district engi
Manhole (T arch the'parade route but its licensed Anyone desiring to protest the.uaae.ted select the performer will be held independent agents,
Lift Station a Men neer, give the propoaed minimum the we can
pilot was unable to make connections bridge clearances on at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. AH glveyouthat
All material furnlehed and MI *
/, work performed hall b* In accordance and the plane sat out the clearances as ,A basis that same would unreasonably contestants are asked to see him X lvS.
with plan peltloatlon andcatr parade staked down on the median Hwontal'Q'1eit :twain fja-j\ Interfere with public navigation at the Hammond Organ booth In kind of sup "

thereto which* s t doonnnnta may b*' examined pertatnin at* strip of Central Avenue. <(
the office of the City Manager at was removed next day, taxied to Qewiston may win a Hew prominence !- Some*df the older bridges I navigable capacity: of the waterway The program wilt be limited tn any time .1..)
,
Hall Clwletn I
or the at City the office of Dee tt Florida JenwConsulting the school lot from whence it flew a* the flag-wavlagest town in currently crossing the waterway j should submit such protest 30 persons, and the attempt is being ,
Engineer I Inc, 1011Okwcho.be to its hangar at the airport) Florida, thanks to the good offices have clearance-of approximately -, in writing in sufficient detailto made to give as much variety. 1
Road. Welt Palm Beach, 50 feet but In j
built of
0 0 bridges more permit a clear understanding
Florida. of the Sugarland Band, who have I a* possible In the event U you
On. copy of its document. Including established a flag project, presumably recent years have clearance of the reasons; and should anyone have an act you think 1* good, see .
blank bid forma to lie executed two'Sbetlandponies from 78 tot. 105 feet. would :
The mailer of the I feel the suggested criteria Bfidsley-Nash
we Doane at the Exhibit Building
with a* a money-maker, but Billy
and submitted a proposal maybe
obtained from the office of Oee In the Ferrell'i Dairy entry don't see how they are getting rich Vttticari? ..55 vfpet above mean cause unreasonable Increase In the Friday afternoon '
a ConeultlngEnrlnera, la the parade, ahied away from at it high water This istfhe clearanceof coat of bridge construction, he may: Intw I +1'afce'
Inc upon payment of MS.09 plus some noise, created minor excite- fixed also protest and submit explana- Aienq
11.0E state sales tax:, a total of II... On George Washington' Birthday i bridge which already I( Senrw 1'Ol1l'1rat
t. OS a act,. which, amount will not lie ment among some onlookers on and again on the Opening Day eras the'waterway. The proposed tory data.Replies. glneer, Box 4970, Jacksonville, in ::1M last BaHrariaBd
: refunded.A DIp,
r" certified. or caahler'e. check on a the highway of the Hendr7.County Fair, approxImately minimum,would not apply to bascule should be addressed to time to be received on or before TOUT' dependent .,
;'} national or etat bank or a bid bond e :SO large American flag or swing bridges but would ap the District Engineer, Corp of En- March 28, 1963. Arent
In a aunt of not lee. than flTe& per
cent (V 0/0) of the amount of the Use of the sheriff cars, spotted flew in the business district of --
,", bid mad* .t rla.CO to the City ofClewiston at Intervals In the line of dewiston space .of several t

key, a* a ituarant that the p bidder each will bid march helped keep the parade on blocks The weather cooperate
not withdraw from the competition the move through use of radio in with a* brisk breeze which made
\t'' after opening of bid and In event structions. One of the bands slowed flag-flying a really successful
:: that tha. contract U awarded to the Line Of
bidder he will enter Into contractand thing up .creating! a gib gap event. It.wa a thrilling tight Confine

furnish bond, fallingwhich the. required performance he halt In the parade on the last long To inaugural the flag service,
forfeit I th* bid I deposit a* liquidated stretch along Francisco Avenue, a uniformed\ band group went along ;
,. daraace All bond shall.. b* executed but otherwise the march, went on the first morning and each tagwa' BuiWint MatinalW1
by a fully **thorl *d surety, II-
cenaed bjr. ,the Stall of Florida smoothly according ot plan. Installed with a fanfare and< ... ,
The City reserves. the right to hold e flourish a* befitted the occasion.
the bid tor e/ days after bid op.fog ..- This 1 fine
a publlc service
,. and to waive any Informalttl Much applause greeted the Beverly .1)f "
'. and to reject any or all bid I Hill Billies all along the route. the band, .
CITY OF CLICWI8TONFLA.By 55 .
..'
C. M. Plrkl In fact our neighbors in Moore "JFOR
CN-II1C' X. Pirkle, City Manager Haven and LaBelle really did themselves If you haven't seen the exhibit :. .,:
OR
; SMALL
f'4'', at the Fair, we suggest LARGE
you go
Feb. II, lift proud on .their entries In the
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down this afternoon at tomorrow ; 'I .
parade. '
t. ... .- .-. .. afternoon for a leisurely look. The ;: CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO i
Golf Team Win exhibit building will not be crowded .
There are three essential element
during One to !
Lose TwoThe a parade i Flags flying.
< s ,. can have ample time and space to
Banda marching and playing. And really enjoy the display They deServe DELIVER I
dewiston High School golf horseback riding. Our parade bad ,more than a hurried glance) YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY .
team played In a four-way golf all three in glouriou numbers! Extras ., a '
match at Belle '{;Jade losing to were the beautiful girl and the AND EFFICIENTLY,
Among many squib publish
';Palm Beach 2V4 to 1V4 and to Belle handsome float :4.J ''I
'
'. ", Glade 24 to, U4 and defeating ed world about' our nation' 'spot in __ ia : 'ou' .... ,' .
v' opinion there' bone I like
''i ;
Fort Pierce'S to 1. One of the catchiest entries in better than this: I J, ,,;

w ,: In the No. 1 match Matt'' Stanton the parade was the Ford automobile N* matter what other naUon ,I f '' ,

\\f '. defeated Dennis R4>le7.2 up, I which traveled in reverse the nay say about M, immlgratkM" : ,,\_ ,
'& Mike Durrence lost to Richard Huber i entire route. It's sign read something I Is UU the sincere form *f flattery. .... ...
\ 2 down Nickey Fish defeated'I like this:. "This I II what you .

John Brown, 1 up and Eugene HiDe saw at Daytona last week.'r Referring
a seventh grader defeated Mike: to the fact that the first Hare Lumber and
Cupoll, 2 'up. five winners In the stock car races GE's Ready Mix Inc.

";' The overall scoring resulted In at Daytona were. Fords. . SORE ; ,
M a three way tie between Belle
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