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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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At Foggy Grossing; At HendryFalr \<.

[ Feld took: tint prize among the't,.\

Injuries Slight i community exhibits at the Hendry ''",,

County Fair and Livestock: ,,Show'
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1 Two occupant) escaped serious repeating last year's performance. ,.

injury early] Sunday intoning when I Felda was a repeat first prized: ;
their car crashed Into the tide 6( winner among community exhibits\;
.aT i a sugar can train on SR 832 south i
a& the Hendry County Fair rind .
of dewlston. Myrtcle T. Under.. Livestock Show last week: The only': ,'.
wood w.* driving and Dorman E.!: -LJ 'vegetables 1 displayed !In the exhibit ,

Sturdier, wag ,a passenger In the building were those !in the Felda .
tt r, tim-Habed in the cr.sh.nd caught I 1W
Ire immediately afterwards. : "Fekl3-t.and of Pleasant Llvlngf.
The accident occurred at 5:50: I Where crops grow as preetr *4 *', '\

m The> USS Corp. train, consistIng I speckled puppjf under a red wa, .
I 6'' of a Diesel engine o: empty on;' read the sign above1 the'cuW Z,

:ane car; and a caboose was proceeding play. The red wagon ((an. antique'
east to Lake Harbor. There I rubber tired small surrey) wa;>

> was a very heavy fog at the .loca( there, and so was the speckled pup .
Unit of the crossing. Tire tracks on I I W I underneath. Vegetables and fruits, !'

'!Ir' black-top highway Indicated" both fresh and home canned com; .,:, '
the driver had tried to stop the pteted the display: ''. :'

car before hitting the train. The Second place winner was La'r

PEGGY PARSONS, center, MISS SUGAR OF-196), 1* shown car struck: the train about halfway; Belle whisk along with plants and i ;4. '.
MISS runnerstp. Miss'Benl. Waters, Clewiston, left, and Miss of Its length Engineer on the flowers mingled with Chamber of :: '
he two LaBelle.'rtgbtc All three girls will make the cruse train was W. C. Hamil and conductor Commerce literature displayed an gay
Minw.
marl was E.: N. Scott, neither of Interesting collection of bones of':
PIOTO. -' I Ia'yF11g
asudrSTAFF r whom could sea the car prior to now-extinct animals which' have '\.1;
r the impact. been unearthed In the vicinity of .,
The drvier of the car Miss Un LaBelle during excavationsalong r:1\;:\';'
wa "
r', ? r derwood, said she had been, driving .the Caloosahatchee. River. ,

approximately 45-50 miles per Other booths and their '''.rd.I''':
hour and had braked the car to were: :\
almost 0 when it struck the train
Clewiston Garden Club blue
rlbf
The Clewiston Fire .Department KXHIBIT!BT THE 4-11 CLUB WAS A lamps, sail garments were all .aDdm.de'f the bon; Harlem Academy red ind a'N "
answered the call and extinguished BLUE 'KIMMH WINNER AT THE HENDRY young bOil and. girls In 4-H elnbs blue ribbon Scout 880.I I,
Boy
: the blazing ear COUNTY FA... .the' Cloverleaf quilt, electric -.8T FF' PHOTO., blue ribbon;;:Sugarland Troop Band, ,red ,
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J nHT rlbbon( ClewUton Junior High ,
(Join the American Legion) Sabin Oral Vaccine: School'BoardRelieves I State Officials. 1 School .blue ribbon: Moore Haven'. .".
Elementary School red ribbon Future : '
Visit Fair
Old Pictures And Ready For,,Sunday Ferrara Of County, Homemakers, red,*'' National';,..;: ""
Among the visitors at the Hen-
< Guard., blue; Clewiston Clemen- ;,
Anecdotes Of Hendry.County Sabin Type HI, Coaching'Dutie. dry :County" Fair and Livestock tary blue; .4-H Club blue, ..;
wW be, after- Show Were, W, '0. Whittle; Tallahassee .
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Other exhibits. : :
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Are NeededFlorence Carl 1 Ferrara, head! coach' at non-competitive ,
In County who U executive secretary
noon 1
R' Florida Flood Control Df.trtc&i"Ineludln '"
for ,
Oewiston High School the past
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In of the Florida Federation of Fairs '
a sponsored I"
: Fritz publisher of the 10 from his coaching duties ; the Central .nd'Southem ;
Hello Stranger magazine Fort My the Lee by years the school board in a special and Livestock: Shows. Mr.. Whittle Florida Forest Service and various .:'w

ers, has 'been selected by the and ; : So-. meeting held last week: Action of formerly resided in' adjoining commercial exhibits added''a
University of Miami Press to write 'deti. :;" ?t the board was unanimous In approving Glades County where be was great'deal of interest to the displays

an article containing the story: of Starting at seas i Hedvhg{ stations the recommendation of t'Thsrr: of vocational agrclulture .} ,: ,

Hendry. Glades and Lee colunties will be ,,ftaJM .song' >ready> at the Principal' ,James E. Brandon and in the high school and many friends I The exhibits overflowed %P1e'2 r.
.b I against the background of the Cakxxahatchee following peimClewiston *:' ) Superintendent J, H. Bible; were( pleased to greet him during building The Clewiston Boy Scouts t'

River. The article will High SeheoLLaBelle Three': reasons were given for the hi: start) visit. I constructed a camp sit.on the :' -

t be titled "Counties of the Caloosa- MeeMi Oeittet a action in dismissing Ferrara from Lamar Allen Of Welt Palm Beath grounds as their, "exhibit Outside '

Pane reeetvee the erewa of, Miss Sugar at theniy hatch.." and will be one in a verles South dewisto s4 Calvary Baptist coaching: ((1)) his repeated use of who as president of the Palm too, were displays of Caterpillar ':
betty Peggy Themas Hayes. MasterImmonj of "Counties of Florida articles Church Ineligible players., (The State Assoesfttfon Bib; : County Fair assisted the Chuck Morgan Motor Company and \.

Contest from PatUsen last year's is ftUat Qeeea. Becky the Quee. with a bouquet ef :being published under the .leader Harlem Acadea/,. J| had fined the school three Huidry group in organizing the fair Clewiston Trailer Sales. Radio Sta-"C.;;' ,
Dave
!, ship of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas And a mettle utt* i 11.i.it'.t times for this violation and bad refused during Its first difficult years, was Uon WOWY set up a mobile remote ';.,
|en.-STAFF PHOTO. ,. prominent ,Miami author noon to visit te'.mletetnpe in to permit Ichool1-O.t e also a visitor ,Allen is now president I control studio and broadcast ''A;

Title Miss Fritz Invites resident of the'county'Mri'th. EH Cypress part In basketball or baseball con- of the Florida Federation of their program from the Fair '
ny Parsona."r the Nary k. 1 : Fairs. Grounds during the week. '
th*.arQ..to'lI.elp-wlth Re "' 1Jow.o.; y" focncepkulr..lt'Feiayet.Mcrt: .
.; : "A 'P-"t1'C1fl'Is submitting pictures and ltoriea.I. to coach these. sports ,this )
l.ss Pegjy/ Parsons, lyat 1 iJsr. sssVvoing. ; i :The 'small drtnkf of
Lhter Uhe.'a1 Melody" was'the wr- She would like pictures Capt.Franela to : ((2) his use of foul language on the
of County Judge afdI. I. liquid will provide Immunity ,
.-Broward N. Parsons'v of 1jale < fin,theme of' the evening Hendry (for whom Hendry Type III polio; In addition it will athletic! 'field during practices: and
and asks partclularly -
is named) of
: County ((3)hts) pnehase'of equipment
was crowned "MUs **ht- Dave Patllson was master Of prevent,the person who drinks-It ,
action pictresHendryon
for morethan S300 without approval
I' at the Hendry County- Fair Csremonies He Introduced Mrs. l I his horse pictures of the old from being',a carrier Of.,Type III of'the principal eontrary to regulations. ,

Jrsday evening. The stately Miner and gave her a gift from the : longhorn cattle, ,of oxen carriages po1Jo.ppfoxJm.telt .
fcde with in appreciationof 5,000'pereoni received
beauty a dazzling contest: committee activi
i or early pioneer type Superintendent Bible said Fer+
lie won first place among seven her work: at rehearsals Mrs. She would like especially to Immunization to Type II polio > 'dismissed from the
ties. was
rara
Itestants from and Coir Introduced In I the first Sabin Oral Sunday
Hendry Pat, McColley was of old Indian in.
have a picture an school faculty but from hut dutiesas
I counties. appreciation: for her services as canoe with sails. feeding In the! county on November coach. r

ss Bonita Waters, Clewiston hairdresser' for the contestants.He Miss Fritz will be glad to bear U. The,action was taken at a special
h i School Junior and Miss Rose also introduced last year'sgaeen. from pioneers or their descendants 'The Same local .,.committees meeting of the board called to
fry Huns of LaBelle High S hoal Becky >Thomas Hayes who who may have letters, diariesor which were formed to a*.1&eter r, receive bids on school construction

:ed second and bird in the ottn- was gowned In,a bouffant floor memories of old Incidents never the program in Novwaber will and for such other business as may
All three girls will be fueatsie length formal of blue. complemented before published. function in this feeding.,.:Dr.' E. B. come before the board. '

Fair Association and Perth with white accessories an orchid The address is Miss FlorenceFritz McConvlHe. is chair:, of' the Femurs-' recently completed 10

Cruises on a weekned craiee corsage and the beauty crown 2303 Franklin Street, Fort steering committee; LaByer years'as head-coach: la Clewiston
Nassau at a data to be set* i .....,.,, Mr: Hayes placed the Myers, U chairman of the ..wr. committee During these years the school has
the Baker eMftmanofpubliettjr
after and Bill A
brown on the new queen
ther athletic
and the
lovelies who competed for grown programhas
J title and prizes were'Mfee Paria wjansr was:announced.: Fair Attendance ., J. ;A-. .., expanded. Ferrara has'fielded
is nocharge LeO lie Vaccine -
Each girl made an entrance and There teams in Souncoast
| Owens of Clewiston;. MIeten w4K be winning
Keel and Miss Anne May efmokalee walked back: and forth across the Good, Despite Run although to those opportuaitjr who weh:;to-:contribute 'Conference against schools, much

and Miss' Jane' She*. stage before the Judges. Then all given defray of',' larger than''Clewiston. However, FELDA COMMUNITY-"Tha Land ., Pleasant U..." agate wen
County to help expeaset,
> of LaBelle. Each of tfaeaa, sred gWa. were. brought back..to the Attendanceat the Hendry $\f' the mushrooming growth along the first prise m the eessnuaUty exMMte. at Hendry Ceenty Fair. .
Show was excellent 1M<5 .
After and Livestock: program.
Fair i of Sun-
1 an ovation from the sfee- stag to appear in a group. headed S.OJS.in East .Coast. wheremost
rl and acquitted themeelvespeat the Judges had conferred: and had this year, despite very There is a coupon coast schools are located widened .
> poise. given their written choices to the heavy rainfall on Tuesday afternoon .thY newspaper whkfe maybe the gap between the site of the
he ', he called the and evening. Attendance on torn out and completed bebae'yougo schools and' this CBewiston
Beauty contest master of ceremonies year
attracted aa and Tuesday dropped to only CT and to the feeding statlca."TOsis win from the Suncoaat.Con- s. o. 5 '
|rflow audience 'at the owUoor BM of the three winners remained low.. but the help the ''workers keep'the line Withdrew :f
for the Wednesday ference, and applied for admission
|ge on the Fair. Grounds where they returned to,.the stage brought folks out in movkIf'.pldlt, When the l. H : \ '. .
sun .. It "
Beach Crown bad sere tIoD., warming to the Ridge Conference where '
*
cfesp- autIJuj and them little '
threeprenainent drove on Thursday. Friday. vaccine was given, wee has beat accepted.WhThe :, r ,"'*> ,
;
volunteer were '
Job el etoor- 'Servfeg as Judge for a$. tIN feedIng -
; waiting anyone
Saturday. You tear out (ho fora below and complete beioro going
I for the Florida businessmen mar
affair. Tfae eMlr South .JwlMr and ,
ther caused the contevtaats to to whom the contestants were Total attendance for 60 the'WHII short of: smoothly.stations.operated i /: ''. Change? to the Feeding Staaoa of Sdbbi Oral Snadeef. It mar SOT you' ] i

ddle in coats between their ap. strangers.* Identified only by the was MM,; when only about a record: attendance The .Hendry Countr Steering from stopping to register. when yw ant... here( 7 4 v.;"IT

>fances oa .tae.' but war no saunters worn on their bathing last year chalked Committee win annouse. the.. date it3'acl.1 Dan whe has warded I.,
: up.Biggest '
aback to the audteaee Whiso as..... They' were Dick: Kephart of was single day'of, the Fair on which the Type t. tcsa* wtI 'greatly ever the'aUU ef the ::1 r

I lauded enthualasUe y" i.'... Fort ,*ers, Ken 140011: and Bill Friday, when 2.867 persona at- be'given later. It witffae .Mete ..BM&MI 'and the siatleaal. debt SaWn Oral Sunday ,
went through, the rMtstae, .he- Weft of West Palm Beach.' was the Fair: second largest which ties in with'the Oak to OBM .says he hat werryhag any.:

e i the judge/ ''The contestwss.! sponsored for tended closing: day when, I.TM other South Florida ofcfty so ttvacetne .....', ,'. The eeoetry ray be '
Narland Band .of (.wiat the Fair.:Association by the dewkton day was admitted. may be ojrieft*': awl la a 'heck ., e' fU, U .the Polio, Prevention Program ,
r the direction of Elks Lodge and the commit' were days war Monday shipped at the Aeefbinbr,':, tfte. 'Cede Dan

or k!: Scott to presented a aj tee 'was composed of .n arks B.Owens Attendance. 1.411; Tuesday by sa7- Wednesday. Parents are .M'all five av. FM TYPE IB VACCWE ......... >., .,.._'MA CH 10. 1*\ :
the judgnlg.i Mrs:'C. 1: "cba1rm.n Pattison. Thursday 1,163Friday.ist7 : .! 'members .of .m'I' 'h fled set what ceased him : l
Slave J79
r was orgtnut. and played ; ; Saturday 1.78. the vie lne. It ;Awaits II I. ehaage his ml.... he sere te List on this form (fPLEAf11r PRINT) the names of ALL persons la yotirhousehold 1

dle1 "'Appropriatesongs, I (CesitbMed ea Page 4) and ; the $.O.s..trlp' 'Httlr. 'read., Me salons "Voelt,' Daafreca who ,wffl be immunized AT pIE SAME\TBCE..' .. r:;:'

..e..It esquires' but"* ftp, r ftUe',' ;Garden"' 'this '
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Sewage 8 meets of time. ?' .J--? '.I week.. Da:4)1, : Jifi ,,,, <, '.>,."J' ; .

Called For April .,' I Yi iN
'AcwreM ,. ,f, ni'l .
Ifousebold
Sevtrlt'eoatr*etort have shown ',. ...'"" ..:.:..z.. ;.,' ... ... ."." ,.,,..'I'If. ., ,,' 'Ji'

ill Interest .ubmKUng bide' onlewlnton's Oy .....;.:...,, ..+",:.('\: ,, :w..Accufl' :":H ncir"n1 f ;'1s 1!' ''
CoHeeUon System ",. l'L' {
Sewage
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bids ,
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eapeded. .
3 and are .
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the optatag. on April : .r' ...
on hand for I ; ( .oiI> /
Ith. a regular! meetIIIC.date' fbr.the :' ,Loaf,...., Fir mean InWol I .Ago :i. ,Phyatdeat ''i,% 0 i 1

city commtssteo. '; ,' ."/. -/ .. -itiBisii.it, ; >.. .1,
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and... speelficatfcns submitted by ., '" .. '" ..\ '::, ,. T :'.,:, ',.:,'!I/2U" ;i I,
A consulting engi .. .. ..
Gee and Jeneea; J. "' >f "

fn Leer Inc:. Went Palm Beach for ., :_ i ",,' '11: : ? "}:iQl. !.:" ..v. I:. :.. ::
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Page Two THE CLEWISTON NEWS C.swtaton, Fkdda _-- -----.- v-- increased our -bllity to respond to Ni IHNNIt's
among other. "
to .
'II I Godt goodwill M. H. | History Now | dUcuM: a probable.
II Fair Labor Act .

The Ciewision News (Join the American IA....) to wage paymenta'the fit...
TEAM AGO seventh
w a e. THJETT j jIf COnaeeuUvt .;
tar, tool Sylvan *** atari*** Kvm, 1 Hour to this labor IQ
r n. Published every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clew stoa, I Palestine, Texas Man t 11.) j drduatry had been !be sal

,t, j;:; Florida, by The Clewlston Newt Inc, a Florida Coxparation.k I Dear Editor: love:; fast from false beliefs In February 28, 11163 Dante Carter! heard. dead& tad PrIndpal It. W CIIIItraiatIt 4

;(, Entered a* Second class Matter February I, 1927, at the lost The Christian world is once again sickness and weakness and feast The Oewtoton New founder of the Boy Scout of Amen 'b 64 I physical.
+ Florida under the Act of Congre of March 3, the Oft the truth of God's omnipresent. dewiiton, Florida la tbtKtimulut Clewistma
( Office in Oewiston, observing the Lenten season: Los, was honor guest at th* Seoul aeho(,
'. W9. season of prayer and fasting that perfect life; Ideal such ,a* these Dear Sir: lot Parent card Bott banquet at the of the War
BERYL: BOWDEN, Publisher precede* the Joyoua festivity at Loire an tweUent basis for lentnw&tetton Herewith My peraaaal eheck Inn. W porn re from htamineJldaUOIII

.. .. b.Itef. It II commonly bsU.vedthat e5 that help' establish I $4.00 for another year to your viiable Ctewtoton : CUwtoton.Glade S3ene LSO fog tqutpmlllt, he
Subscription Rate $1.00 pet year Lenten period' ha to do permanent spiritual fahiai In nutand HUH ppr. I ttff Ua eta- Fort flyers tt teteutw of cite
the Caftal Point
". (Return Postage Guarantee*!) Wk tad reading & Faaokea and
It each 1Ia tor .
day* mind. Joy getting y
with the events of the forty woke W attaftdawt. tantft *iha every ppt ..
'y Advertising Rates on application The fb preceding the Resurrection. This Now,,1t the time to affirm the of the doings of my old friend*. who hid cwnpltted Jill lEaefc Dunkre0tdrementa. u.! pa'o1'tddlng' bYI1Ql

management reserve* the right to reject any II an erroneous Idea. Lent U a power,pf' the Christ Spirit Indwell- down ther and the wonderful improvements received his E *S* tfii program attractt4
objections advertisement and there to MO where and going on. attention -
cburch Institution tag to all men every from' Mr Beard Bob
Devoted to the advancement and welter authorization for It anywhere ta the Influencing. their thought, words I know that I would have a time Scout Patterson badge received his badge (f TW: Draft Board swig 11

DN, of Oewistoa and Bendry Count.s'"L '. New Testament Tha' Idea however and action to work for good of the fading my way around there now, Second Oas Scout Csmp Blinding for
t sound aplrttual basis: to deny our because when I first landed thereIn InaUon and weraa
team seven
hat a wbale W. oust Sentenced to'
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Business and Editorial: YVkon was -
Telephone; Himself, obedient 192 It did not look "very promising Tip Mercer s a
Mates, Elijah and Jesus .ICsh impulse and be I R
for robbery of ,*
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; TUB NEWS auram** no roiponalblllty for tk. rtturn of uotUltae'maauarrlpu act a precedent for It. Each observed to impulse of brotherly love Whenwe ." but I soon 'cam. to realize I life In prison Dan ]Blount and I 'TEN nus AGO ','
*r photocrtph I Bank of LaBell :
TRIO: MKW8 aaiuma 110 flsanelal rapontlbllltr. for tll'aplllMi/ a forty-day period of prayer -withdrew our attention. Interest my mistake and began to see potentials 'sentenced to (Fans Oewtetw
rrori or ommluloo la advrtlnmnt but If BoUfld of Men rror *-I preparation for the false and too great to be passed by; Pete Frierson were March .iaPThe
and fasting a* a and support from .
of tI )
tout part as -
for th Mst 11.11S of the will iwprUt corrMtly In prison accetaoriei
"", a4T.rtl..n.ntla which Uio paper nrror oeeurrod, In th e rant II time .l..n..t spiritual work. Moses, received: theTee unworthy, this to true fasting I Just loved that country and Its seven years I
.i. would render the correction .......... tbo Aiwa will redneo tho prlco i Commandment on Mount $&l- When we give the same attention, people and I wish for them and the after the fact U.s. Corps ol EuSaJj
of tho adnrtIMm.nt by an amount oqual to till prrctatac of tho total I of Mrs George Lynn Jr.. MBs tablished tn area offioTa1
Its full realization
not at the conclusion of. hi fast Interest and support to the enduring whole area
l space ao tll. rron ou or omitted copy rpr** ntd __ Shank-of Fort Myers were
:Mount It is expected to be. Flora Uton combining the Mlutf! ,
talked with God on feasting uponthe what one day
'1' .. Elijah good, we are
', collision at I
,
in trann-ear The
killed office
a act
the conclusion of,hi* pelod and this new oO
Horeb at things of the Spirit ,
''' It's 4-H Oak Week of prayer and fatting Jesus j (Continued *n Page S) 'I the railroad"crossing at Clewiston's not replace, but I 11 In lisa,
have truly
11 true When we
were
prayer limit They
y ate 1t west city the Clewiston office which
minis ta
began His great spiritual tasted 111 the Christ way we have (Join the American Legion) small Austin Mrs.. Lynn In
dOle'of His fast In the driving a ; charger+of# malntenanet
week of March try at the
Governor Farris has the
( proclaimed
Bryant
had won In a contest eration at''the Lake ((11
,;\ ,2-9 03 Florida 4-H Club Week. wilderness Dick Knight and baby son .
I; When we consider Lent as a welt t Uncle Devil's Garden'Says: Mrs. project
; ,' Bryant urges "all citizens to take'part in the county and rounded or "completed" season of Dan From returned from a visit"with: hey parents Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Cole! ,

i' community observances that are being planned around the retreat from the things of the world In Alabama) were among the pioneer mife
.
a tat-" for the cleansing of the mind and DEAR MISTER EDITOR: and on ,account of I can't beat .. e *' ... Visited Clewiston for the flra

: :-"rbe aim of,4-H Club work is to provide opportunities for the the recollection of the thing of I see by the paper where them 'em, I'm going to join 'em. In and the TWENTY TEARS AGO in 23 years They were euSHthe
to town
I aim to
". ; ,development or leadership citizenship and personal growth for Spirit, it becomes a true season Army toys in the Pentagon has morning talk to my banker go and see bow (From March Clewlston 5, 1M3)Newt, W., C. Owens home
Mr C. F.
Henderson
of preparation for the JorSoulEastertide discovered a big leak in the I I rf C
", uhe 4-H Club the development of head. : a preparation for the bucket It has been costing much I can borrow. Whatever was the guest of her lister,]
\ philosophy stresses from money git, my .old lady won't have no Mrs Viola Stone. 03, pioneer resident W. D. King and Mr Kin .
::,, " Bob and
n.4 and Diane _
doubts Jo
darkness of its tins families home
soldiers and their a'trafIC'IC-
:: .ctub In Florida A feller nowadays that ain't shore was killed in ttaHtenti at the
'JY false beliefs Into theliPt.oI. understanding enlistment run out University di
that bat;their work- the corner of Francisco
pending roost of his time cident at
: while they're stationed overseas. fen the Guvernment ain't 'working Street and Sugarland } gbwey. Urn, visited the C, B
;C Life Without A Every follower of Jesus who 'II A order, has Just gone out from lag moved to South Florida Ina ,
had
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1. ; ; Newspaper would keep Lent in the true C .rIs.Ilan now on a soldier aln t to be transferred .'I ain't' going to worry' no more covered wagon in, WT, coming Brute. Lyons\ Stuart editor,i
f fW follow the of It speaker at Klwanli club.
spirit way prayer to a foreign post if his about ,
>;r, New Yorkers, after weeks without a local newspaper, have and fasting that He taught hU time will fun out while he's gone _. from Quincy Labor Fla.The Department Invited Owriaton Amateur Vkjm)

'u 4 discovered some aspects of the power of the press beyond those disciple He revealed that prayer,I This piece In the paper lay we Your truly Uncle., Dan cane US.grower and procewort aM "Ladle In ReuremeoL''

usually attributed to"it, said Truman Temple staff writer of the and fasting are the sure' 'way to been fottewing the old policy since .

Washington Evening Star after a survey of the metropolis where spiritual power the way to keep 1MB to' tfca tune of $340 million
the soul cleansed and purified that and this new Army policy will lave
:newspapers have been struck since fall. ',
It may feel the presence of God. the a heap of money. CLEWISTON INN'S
tasters
The wields Influence, not only in social and: governmental "
v # t press an When the disciple were unable to I H Mac 'em 17 year .. patch : ,
areas, but in economic areas as well The fast flow heal tho epileptic boy he told them .... leak Mister Editor, and f''T ,, ':,1.t/: "

'of goods from producer to consumer Is slowed by failure of news- that they lacked faith, that such 7"'" have to admit this toprtttr ..
papers to publish; the producer, transportation people, middlemen ) healing ,could only be brought fast patching fir the :> 'SUNDAYSPEc1'.S'4. : ; :

,I; retailer ands consumer all suffer. about by prayer and fatting He boys to the Penta''''. I'"I,. < :; \} ,;;

The leading dealer In luxury cars told Mr. Temple: "Our said. "Appear not unto men to I WM jelling the fellers at the .:.f March 10,19b3\ '. ..aft; ; ',

sales are off 73 per cent If you can't tell the people what you fast but unto thy Father which to oosmOty. '(tore Saturday night ?'i ,.. ,1,) !" I'I.h." ,(:A, '
In secret; and Thy Father which about tttl. big savings and Bug -n"lI"i'\ :
have, you cant selL ', '" ,:'. ,. I l..t", 7Jj" fP: 1"M' 1\
A few blocks away in the garment area, a news stand operated ',.teeth openly.Jn" secret Ha shall the reward same thee inttructoin )tnnlnani wa lamenting it didn't ".... ..,"... } ,i' "''.::' ,... I'I."
gave He allowed how ,
mean msfttng a n
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by a blind couple had been dosed since the first,week concerning prayer.. Pray ,, riN/ i
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he AraV would find another rat '
Their had been to $40 week .:t' '. ,.'t'f/, !: ,''; ', ;
rm1 of December. earnings only $3Q, a er and fasting then, are matter hate to stuff that $20 million every \ ,
r but even this was now lost to them, of communion with God not mat year. Bug said he Joined up with ; Soup deJ-eur' ''"j"' *r

From the luxury car dealer to the lowly newspaper sales ten of public display. They are he. Army: In World War I and he '" "" ,, "' '' .J'*, ." x
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man, all facets of business life has auff ed. This illustrates the transactions in mind. It i Is of DOuse hat bed,DO faith In 'em'' since, Salad Choice of Dressing t
a Tossed
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to go through the outer formIf him \. "t'
way: the strike has cut across all walks ol Ilia. Bay reported they give some
the feeling of communion wIth testa 'and' classified him ter theIgaal
1t is creeping disaster. Nothlnq dramatic happens in any,
week. But it shows in hundred how God is not eetabilsi e& In abstinence Core and up to that time GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN
-, one day or a ways dally: from worldly things the mini ,
the he heard
r' Journalism Is woven into the fabric of a dry's spending and eat- must be tilled with, thought of hoot only owl signal calling fer ever his mate.wasa J .. ." '

4* ing and working and even dying" God 'else there to no spirltua Farthermore, claimed Bug, a '" Garden Peej ",

Tample idd business in downtown stores was 20 percent t value In fasting eUer In !Ms squad woke up one -
off; and the largest stores were ,this hardest hit Florists were Jf. we'would] lose the '"bands of morning with a stiff knee from Snowflake Potatoes '"

,- hurt by the lack of obituary columns because people depend wickedness" we. must learn'' to ailing oft a, truck the night before .' #.';* *

/ -- on these to, learn of the deaths of friends.;! 'If you die in New fast from all unworthy thought and< and they gave him a medical Clewiston Inn Bake Shop Bread and(! Butter
feast the good and the true
York nowaways, it's likely to be a lonely trip'to the grave"said upon discharge and disability! pay fer ,
To observe Lent' according: to the t '
arthrItis. Bug is card. Mister "' ,
Temple. a Choice of Ice Cream or Sh het.
spirit rather than the letter we Editor, wouldn't be satisfied If it /
/ The in today's life Is indispensable to order and
and
newspaper must fast from criticism condemnation
was raining. ham gravy twins a .. :
-; progress--as well as to enlightenment .and feast on brotherly week. -. Coffee Tea ,Milk ,ExpreseoAH

Some of the feller got to dismissing ( '
f the long hassle In the t.t'\, \ <\

rte je Congress over the Kennedy .budget ; For' 2.25 -
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t- ,, and Ed Doolittle, who is a '. .;'101'' '." ;
- ilw y+ a ;, ". What makes Abe Lincoln Republican and ordinarily ,....,I.., A"
+ r M would this bud- '
jump on t.- f;"
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the Eemvestook get with both ,feet give ever .' pf **J'f" 'I>
body a little food fir thoughtEd ." '
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said he saw a piece In ,"" -'I4'I' :

tti I., + Y'u +a IJf the papers last week that come This Special Available Noon and Evening
tram
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- 'i ; Y1&qvfUI IKNMWP' that.claimed. 14 per cent ; : Served from 12:00 Noon P.M..
? -, r $ .f all the people U 'the United ,,\ r : ,to 10:00:
States spent awe money InMO I
t. ,:, ; 1 W.'va L gets couple of t dMeaaesIn than 'they, earned. Ed allowed p.-: j; : ,And from 6:00: P.M.to'1' 0:OQ PM : '

'ti, ; i our corn crop IOn One is that ift mlchty,hard to 1, '

a leaf blight with a loaf name. stop the CaTetnmeat frni) git : YAM COME AND BRING THE FAMILY. > !
; The other is Pueetek rust. flag more and more In debt ,3:;'
- ; when M per cent af the people ," \

1\.4', ww ,etltni-i*to soma, was doing the same thing. ,, ,

(-, diesel in thatt. Personal IfMarEditor' ," I've ,, : ,: 1* '" '''7.,""" ."."

.,, ( V No, that's oeferir Night.If wa done give up act a balanced budge r V (f.F "I

1 don't do swMMiBC about it, : rlit
those diseases cod ruin our 1st MORTGAGES The Clewiston

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I Clew1Iton.,, I'IorIcIa THBI CL1IWISTON: NEWS Pap Thr/e .
boy's amblt1on: To grow $ interviewer .II!
all : "Now -
ha C&n get madam, what She: "Ifi okay with ma-o long: 0.
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? s10 Red China r' lour opJuba s 01 at It dont clash with the table-. Youth Rally Here J u Letters to Editor Robert Eli': I"
cloth 1.
Next Wed etday t
Geto USNR Ruing
(ConUnned frs ran J) ,
The annual Youth Enlistment
Rally; fcetba Glattei area Mettuodist With the: best of hick and tvtiry.thinf Robert S Ellis, son of Mr. and
NOW good Mrs. D C. Ellis: of Oewiston. has ,w
GOING ON AT church wfll be keld at the a
received the of ,
not: M tfcxJist Church to OewW- ...S1DcerebJOUr": rating aviation el ctronics -.
tea Caravan Nelaoa technician Sin the UJS.. "
m Wedoaaday March IX :lavsUri
YapOLUUEALEOLDSMOBILE'S Naval :Reserve.Mika !
$Uoe 3 speaker will ba the
Rev. At Bedb i% O0. of DM sain (Join the American\ Leglea) : la a senior at Florida State '.
titers .t the.. WJ_ Tempi (MetkThe University where ha wiS graduate .,Fat
odIat Qltuq 1n MlarnL dewUton News, the end of the present trimester

evening kegiaa with a riag Dear Mrs. Bowden: in April. He will rater the. r W
your vw..*" saadwicli suppev at I would Ilk. to send my heartfelt Navy la July. I),
o'clock and) wfl'conclude at t. "Thanks' to all who have I

Bvrate. eri wl extrn saadwfesm made my: year at "Miss Sugar"the (J.1* the Americas Legia) ,
wfl* b* pMtwred by ta. Ii. happiest ever. _
I
cad dWatl, A special "Thank You," it sent
n. Rees Wears Wilds c-- to the Elks: Club for the pedal: .
sacs director ol Youth Work will I consideration they showed me during (
;be the past year and especially for
present together with Mrs. Just reading, however hastily,
Julian Renfroe,'district director making the trip to Nassau posit
MILLIONTH a portion of the stuff that crosses
Several members of the Confer- tht editor's desk before going Into Ide. Also to'the dewlston News -
cote Youth Team also are planning lie 13. is aQ education in Itself. for[ the. many articles and pictures .
to be present Every agency and organization In that made my years complete. CLEWISTOl'f.1"LOBIDA.' .

RQCKEX This is the first year that dew hq state, it seems, feels duty Thanks to you, too Bert FrL Sat March 6.9' '"If
ston has been asked to. serve as bound b send out'',a news release Now ai I step aside and let the
hOlt> church. ,Other Methodist or so every week, and it mounts new' "Miss Sugar" take her place Double Feature
churches included in the annual Into. a considerable 1>ile. Much oft for 1963 I take with me many "The Scarface Mob" '
youth rally are: Moore Haven, is unusable, but occasionally pleasant> and happy memories thatI -
Late Harbor, Okeecoobee, Belie something cornea along Which gives. I I than cherish' forever. "Escape From .!

Glade, Pahokeet Canal Point and you some facts. Sincerely Fort Bravo"WM J
ndiantown. The Junior high and For. Instance, reading some of "Miss Sugar of 1962" .,
senior high classes, of the church the mall: that accumulated during Becky Thomas Hayes HOLDENSun. .

school are the.harts* assisted by Fair Week we learn that Feb. 25:
SELL-A-BRATION Mrs. Robert Welch, 'Mrs. Moo. Tue*. "
Kenneth was the 100th anniversary otPresident (Join the American U..Ua) .
Walker and WfiUam Baker. Abraham Lincoln's signing March l0.11 12 ,;

OLDSMOBILE of the National Currency Act Former "The. Hook"KIRK ,f
i DEALERS (Zeta. the American t> toa) Resident

j CBUHIRATB AN AUTOMOTIVE MILESTONE .. C. Presumably of a!sort' the long nation before had currency Abe Dies In Ft MyersMrs. ROBERT DOUGLAS WALKER! .
:
ill .. THE B.OOO.OOOTH ROCKET V.8 ENGINE Prayer ..... became president The act he A strange and compelling story o I
... Open To Everyone signed had to do with establishing Dawson (Leola) Cammack, About men and their humanity;

When the first I hlgh-compweaiott national banks ai"'well as state ed. a former resident. of dewUton i
Rocket Engine WM introduced by Mrs. T. N. Alexander will be I basks and giving the nat, banksesponsibility died Thursday In a Fort Myers Wed. Thurs., March 13 U .:
CMdamobHa, U virtually rewrote the guest leader fr 'a spiritual Ills of issuing a new nalonal hospital She had moved to Fort One Show Only 8 P Jtt t:
book study course, "BbnensVons el Pl'a4er currency Myers from Oewlston 13 :years "Girl Of Golden
on performance. And today
," ago and was a native of "
Randolph
beobmtog
\ Tuesday March U, Florida's first bank was the
the 5-MiUionA Rock add brilliant -
a at the bounty, Alabama. Vest"NELSON
First Mjbodit Church. Bank of Florida at Tallahasse, "';
new chapter to Odemoblle'scontinuing \ : Survivors are her husband Dawson .
la
Mrs. Alexander, a resident of chartered 1898. 35 yean before EDDY
story engineering H Cammack and on* daughter JEANNBrrS' ;
highs Pompaao Beaco. is a trained director Jncoln signed the historic docu MacDONALD
leadenhlpf New .In smooth of Christian education, she ment. The first national bank inFlorida MM. William Davis in Fort Io ,
nesi, unprecedented quietness, Myers; three brothers. Grady T. t
has served as.Florida Conference wai erganteed at Jacksonville fl
sparkling re.ponae-th Rocket I and Dan Echob of Canal Point and Coming v+.f
Secretary of Spiritual Life in 1974.:
delivers them slit Tb* 's why mil- instructor each summer In ;Schoolsof Is an . Ralph A. Echols of Naples, and March'24 .. 28 f:

lioni of owners agree: Tkerft Still Missions throughout the southeastern However, we recently got all one sister, Mrs IDea Shepard of "To KillMockingbird" : :
a
nothing I lib a Rocket Jurisdiction aDd is in great shook up about another Item which Glenn' Ga.Funeral. r
demand for leadership education: passedcross our desk. It called services! were held Saturday t ,
courses. attention to the omission of the at Harvey Funeral Home March: SI April 4 "

OLgsMOAIL I In order for' as many folks as motto "In God We Trust" from and Interment was in Memorial "El Ci
possible to have an opportunity to some of the one dollar bills in circulation Gardens Cemetery* 4.HERE'S .

hear her, the committee has planned ,. We've been inspecting
--mm"tosiman BOM"uwa' OWNM AI OIMJWIIUI VISIT TOW tout annotan owtmr MAIM-- i for two ftMtons each day, all our $1 bills since and sure ,
Tuesday through Friday March 12- nough., about 1/5 of them do not
IS with a morning dais from 9:30 have the motto-even though other lAt-,,}

to 11, and aq evening. class from bills of the same series will have
1 to 9:30.: It Why Don't ask us; write :rourColiftllman

These classes will be held in the ; maybe he knows. ,
huck'fWells Motor Company church school annex..They are ofved -, We were repeating this little rill,M.
as an "adventure in faith" I gem: to Tampa Tribune staffer
Phyllis Dutrow while hi
during the Lenten season for per- standing A MOUTHFUL At ,
'. Tonal spiritual enrichment the chow line at Chan Nltka. She today's prices, the prescript
arland Highway Clawlston, Fla. YUkon 24501 Anyone desiring 'to 'attend will responded with a little known Item lions needed by the average d
surely benefit greatly and It most concerning a five dollar bill. Phyl- person would cost about $800
welcome. The only requirement for Its says a microscope will reveal ry, daring Us entire WeUms.i .
Dimensions of Prayer" Is limply the names of states at the tops of i This is one-third the cost of
I to be present the columns on the Lincoln Me- one automobile, which last ;
Clewiston Church Directory i morial on the reverse side. We about four years. How important
(Join. the American' Ieglout havent been able to get a IS: bill d is health and life'
c TODAY'S PRESCRIPl'IONIS
and, a microscope'together. to test'
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN
U.VARY BAPTIST CHUBC8 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Meet To Form this for accuracy but knowing rr IN HISTORY.

South Clewiston. 131 W. Oaeeola Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenue, Archery ClubAll Phyllis as a truthful reporter, we
Rev Richard Knight Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan Pastor pass the information along, untiestatirigly. .

Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 9:49: a.m.''-Church School 9:43: a.m.-Sunday School persons who are interested in .
11:00 a.m.-Morning'service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service forming an Archery Qb\ are asked And If you want to comment on !reL '
a.m.-Sunday School 6:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00: p.mr Training ynion to attend the meet llf,Friday, the fact that our currency story
s.m.-Wqrshlp Service Service March 19 concerned a $1 and her concerned
7:00: p.m.-EwD1Dl at 7 p.m. on'the ..
I upper J L. rPHARFPi
p.m.-Baptist Training UWsni 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service Wednesday: patio of the dewiston ten. a 15 bill. just go right ahead.
i p.m-Worshlp Service. Wednesday! 7:00 p.m.-Officers and Teachers ,i Anyone; wishing InforaaaUon on here's fully that much difference 1 ICY

I day: 7:15,: p.m.-choli., Practice Meeting ,the proposed club may contact. H. between the Oewlston News and
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p.m.-Brotherhood 1:00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service J. Andrei or R. A. Cecil the Tampa Tribune. Phone TCkeai 11311OPEN Clewlstea, I'Ii .

I nesdays p.m.-Hour of Prayer ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH (Join the American Leglsa) .(Jela the American Le ion)
1:49: p.m.-Qoir Practice .
slay: \.V (Episcopal ,
'p.m.-Choir Practicer :: /M7 N. Pacific I
+i fif'a. ( The Rev. Clark H. Dorman Vicar NORTHSroE MBWONART 6
2
to '
-' "iIf.J'CllVBCU ,&mlay Servicesa.m.Early: BAPTIST CHURCH p.m.
304 N. FraneUe Street
7:30: Eucharist HOUSETWO
OJ'I\ ;. .des a.m.-FamHy: Service and Elder Letter D. Reams Pastor '

W 8 11:00: a.mrMornhag Worship',
''i.i* Settle .and tiWy. Days as anMqMed. ,
Earl Arnold, Mlnfater'- 1:30: p.m.-BTC '
'y: Ofde ors by appointment 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship '
; ALL NEW' MODEL HOMES /
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$.m.Bible School. f': Wednesday; .
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1 I.m.-Worablp OOSD6f0NITY PBESBTTERIAN 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service LOCATED.AT OLTUTIA AND ALVEKDEZ ATE
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p.m.-WorshlD V. 49T"Reya1 raJa Avenue ST. MAIOARETS CHURCH: '
TO P.M. DAILY
ntsday: OPEN fl CBS CONSTRUCTION '
p.m.-Midweek : Heary H. Ford. Minister Rev. Father Charles r
DevoMasw'nd t .m.-unday 1:00: a.m.-5unday Mass
Bible '. TTI- f
Study, '.......:i' ;.f.5cMvNnr -....-Morning Worship 11:30: Lm.-8u.Dda1 Mau :.v'
.. :\ 't, ', .> %tfBo Nitrsery In the Parish: 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday Mass 8
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I' .... 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass, r
PENTB k ,, I 1:00'pirn.-Westminster,Fellow-' 1:00: pm.-First Wednesday each d j
,' 1p., month, CathoHc Ladies' ALtar
HOLINESS "
CBCRCH 'Wednesday:' Society iS- .

Sooth aewfaton 7:90.: pjn.-Choir Practice Saturday: ..
J:30: a.m.-Religlous instruction
Rev.J. R. Ti
Taylor

s.m.-Sunday. Paste& ....-., "I''' .IR, %P08TOLIC Or JESCS FAITH CHRIS. HMIAVEN. hAF'RST.' CHURCH. : i
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ox-Morning Wor BetrihOewbten. Hlfhway T N
P.m.-Sunday, Ev: '_ Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor I iI
Service. 1:45 a.m. Sunday School
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nesda)': tir'' 11:00: a.m.-Morning. Worship I
p.m.-fraer'Se./.1'j'. : Yhr.. 6:45: pjn.-Training Union '' '
a1: "Y ,' I"CLhunday 8:00: p.nv:-Evening,Worship
p.m.-Youth Service- r :; ,, Wednesday' e a ah

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ASsDtBLY OJ': ei&'J .- ,. CHURCH OF GOb h
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Fraaclsee 1Mnet CBBBCH Or c IT Joe Celemaa .
James r, lc9abpt; ., ....... School '
:. r (Ot. ) 10:00: a.m.-Sunday

l.m.-8unda i...-Mbrnlng, I WcValste eet'. "'.<;. 55 "". C.8u f 9ehMer rtal Auditoriuma.m. Minister 11:00 7:30:: _p.ra..In.--Kurntog Bveatag Vfonhif Berates .!, .Models':Furnished by Giddens Furniture Co., 2 and,3 bedrooms> .

-Evln eiWllf ...BiM* School Wednesday; f .
dV: ", rSeeilse JWi .a....-01'.union and Wor- 7:30: p.M.-Prayer. Service : I

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: i j Eustace L Adams Date Max, MiD Hn To Magazine BuyeraI TV SCHED UjtlQlderell'

Ft'b.:18: .................... 13 46 I MRS. GENEV1VE!: BROWN GOVE! Junior .O
of the OHM who
I i1 ;: Dies At Home Here Mar. 1- ..... 70 55 : 47.1 Members A Un- ,
; Gave, recently. sold m gaine substtffe.
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I bops a* a fund-raising prcJe CwV'j. 4 .
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day at Good Samaritan Hosoital in I II 1 I them be patient It requJfrom' '$. at 7:"e I', t '1'.

I W<.st Palm Beach! after a long illShi I I six to eight weeks to Ctt.tM, ,, tub* ..Oaln-esvi'ir 'I i, I '''TJIifR

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of G. H Brown 3
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1 native of Georgia say the juniors, who are during J', "t
Gove was a '
for the help of.local redden 4, ad Pesticide \
but came to the lake area 32 years .
; ago She was I member of the ; \il'.Q'',.. .. eld, sn the i) ,
Church, the Florida and, mpus Jut V'direction )
; Baptist Holland GetsImportant 'i ; ''I 1:
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National Teacher,Association: and nt) m: Atendon t
Gamma, an honorary Post \ + Servj) l
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teachers' society. ; I n. rtia '
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4 i Surviving are three daughters,I Senator SpMsard uonanS t..' .. i5. I

Mrs. Sandra Chamblee and Karen coma( chaIrman'.f the Ssaafepcoprlatfons ,. that
I Cove all of Belle : treaucide t dcjpressnt
: aid: Gwynne ubcommittegtriculture
: Glade her mother, Mrs Frences 1 and'Relaled"'Afencon. [ ) the
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: << with the Brown of South Bay) one brother* Sense's;( ; t' ,*.1td.tite.\ ages,. av'1
"; I Short- G H. Brown; three sisters, Mrs. of the most poker individual on ,' ..
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; by Den George Royal and Mrs Ted Dan units as a, result of the 'eeen4; ,,,A- '1 I,Featured in ?,
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tJ, ... unable leIs, Belle Glade and Mrs' Cons' organization cf the ttndin, c1 nvjmlttees tin i the Univer '. ia
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;;: present the Peet, Newfield N.J.Funerallervlce. i of the Senate\ : ,andilpeir\ ''puvm be Dt t
: I represent will be held at components TUB veteran, :;Florida Stevens, ana r
of 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the: legislator succeeds(!, Senator, Rid: leading ngrWhUeStcven'

I'" : Belle Glade Baptist Church with std: Russell of Georgia, v/ao'served! 1
the pastor Rev. Luther Key and: in- this important .posi\lQ? tot '2Sl"speaker. at I..

t Rev, Edwin Staryor, conducting of his 30 years In Congress. ;,j jIn hit told more h. ,"J f

r, Interment will be in RldielawnCemetel'7 order to accept: the post* Uolland ,j Ddloglsts,. thatInsecticides d
,
,t" Qewlston. was required to rellnqulst it ,
the chairmanship- the Approp riations ; involved! in ,

: : ; ; & medoa ) Subcommittee for Ucficjen: use" He H
Join
Ilf" ;; / f *, :1 t tes. and .SuppIemenUlg, will. 'fntbat"the ,, b
!: Loss however, continue: to serve on this.j cqnsumer< I : { the couple January Fire body '- f cider, when the ,

I from and In Forests I Is Low t "I am very pleased l la have :)\pldP----h
City,
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: the sun this new ejwltnment'L'stated: -f': .,.jI\') ,
: in
Forest fires In January the
Holland, "for '
i Senator tt.presen
(Jell
;: : was. very South Florida district of the FlorIda ** an MCr'Jeat, dppartunttjr: to .., the Amerlcin IAdeaI
Carlton
He drove Forest Service declined more to be of Increased service t* ;CAP News Notei
than 50 per cent over the 1962 pe- .
: front of a Florid sgrice4urai'and. tnl- ..'1:',.
I' and the im- riod. Latest records relessed by near interests. This ehalrm n- yb14li fijGt: Beginning te
I ,
y the forest Service for the period .
ship I* ef particular value tour Manijjst
January 1 to January 31 revealedthe t T:4S: Q.m al rAp
state because of the vast& '
) ::; Instant 70flrei jaisTwHl( "' be he
\ I: : district had 'during.the roftifmle: Importance' to oar a at CAP k
,1 to period in 1963 compafedf'piU J 3 kuerter, building at the
'' } citizens .of an phase of .rfcultnral Clswj
; and trans- in the corresponding 1962.p t&dV.; Airport, Meetings will
: I r pioduetioa and, DMMVkeJeg. is94nt' MI
+ ,,! !! the Lake Fires on the state level have not .'* and third Thursday djmoajtk.

<< died short shown the same decrease: accOrdini = ekeSenate' .Anyone interested hIs K
When-Holland JIr.f tame to
h to the forest service report InJanuary r. ia i cordially. invited to attend*
1948 he
; of apecidkaliy
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age
of 1962 the state expert-
i j :-', ; Parrish sought I)membership1*iapriatlons '
need 1,284 wildfires. 'In Januaryf ....
Committee t41s.
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-.. : conducted, : this year there were .aU fires. riculture and'Forestry' Couh ." ::_ FOR RENT'MODERN
The burned forest
the l
| area by He 'was given, both after*the\\ac.1;
Bap- fires, however, shows:a large decrease OFHCB
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quistnn! ,of. sufficient seniority
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on Friday
: over 1962fD 1962, :
January
'f" I, \ In the While less glamorous from a newsmaking INNEWBUILDM,
t 39,994 acres burned; January of
: standpoint than some',of ,Across street from Post Ofl
1963, third burn
only a ae much
the other committees Holland felt SeeWORLD'S'
: ed, 13,1$7 acres Abawe'.II.Vau, 'Ph YOsn
';I ( Legion) strongly that tiuse .assignments
.. : Five South Florida counties: with presented the greatest opportunities
; : I : unit of the Florida Forest Serviceare to be 01 service: to Florida
t i; ; f ; supervised' from the district and to 'the nation. The benefits +e per

): office in Lee County, Each county which have accrued to the state LARGEST
t
; ; ( 1) shows a decrease over the 1962 since hU membership art 'testa MT( KtUM pale i|
o.wewt
tRa', January period. Lee and Charlotte ment to the soundness of Holland's! Call: A. E PsM. fI
; A. C counties were two'of the "hottest. reasoning Two years ago for.tike!; I, ( .M err (
: and Jay counties in the state last year- same reasons,)he asked for and /, Phone TU Ml
: >> : Lee burned 2.557 acres in 61 fires; received membership on the Space]* ,
who donit- Charlotte had 68 fires.burning! 6,- Committee ,

6 : r In ex 312 forest acres. This year Lee has At present 'Senator Holland 1 Is SEE
had 33 fires on 749 tcres. Charlotte '
in has had 28 fires on 705 acres. the third ranking majority member DOUG PEARCY
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of the
For
Agricultureand
were Glades County dropped from 11 Committee 444 E. Saiarhnd AreS
and
estry ranks eighth
Inc.. Ores, burning 1,579 acres, to four /S fort
d'm ,' Stock fires on 397 acres Collier Group among the, 17 Democrat( sitting I SERVICE
the Senate TAX
on
; I Hardware, Unit had 12 fires, burning 1,455 mittee. Appropriations Com

Auto, Gld- acres last year. This year they ". -
Mo- have had five fires, burning 36
; Restaurant, acres. Hendry Group Unit had one
Store, fire, burning 307 acres in January CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, INC
Motors, 1962 and none in January of 1963 MHaea. ,
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'. Roller- Mp t* see the aew
1 : : ; -<3, Cane- Marietta and IlsMMM MtoMe Homes
+ Electric, Join the American Legion) New en ,display.' PMW' M. .ag rland Dwy. ,

I and Sugar NEW 'AVAILABLE '
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; which use of a ,To prop CONSTIPATED PR11N-EVA, contain. 'Cash'for,yeas wed. trailer'. .
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I Miss Joann Miller Announces !TALENT SHOW ISGREAISUCCESS ''HARVESTENDSf: :
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I[ Her Engagement To Donald Harn \ LAST OF MARCH .'. r

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,IIlrs I : J Miss Joann Miller of CJewlstonI A The harvest
operati:
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te'' : : I announcing her engagement to 1 Iiet' T..n\I Show at Sugar Corporation haw
( I the! ; I Fair
t' Cll death g' :! Donald E. Ham, US Navy Oak 4i" ,1}' ) f, ".: .. <'.'Uicr t was< a huge pre 'inal month of the U8MS
MI' David I IR Harbor Washington / I ., and President Harry T Vats
and and Clewlstoh "l .,. .t, crowd at

,!; "cuknt I Miss said company men are rely Hr<
Miller t parents are Mr, and largelty dtaonstla"D i at youth- *
'alllOI\ pleased with the results ,
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the L, ,Ill' CaJit40 wooly Mrs George F. Miller of Green 1 tAU taltnUWKh priakled > mi adult numbers As el I *'elj*Cl!: yesterdayBornliif

In Castle, Pennsylvania and Mr Hare : through the program the cerp.rat4en'i millsat
whCmBU'Siheld tbii ucces of the
'hr'' i 11 the son of Mr. and Mrs Gene Indicated! by the enthusiastic programwas Clewlnton and Brrsat'bad ,
fterno o. The j5;.y.tCalWns ltani' of LaBelle applause of the audience amend 1.81I.3U act tease :of

rcmainle6: for .eYjii"'a1'\ta"on.. The bride-elect is t etm and pranced J12s.a. ton
a graduate of And tb(t'jppung .
>I':r- t iplayed
matters 'eC < of censaercjal ..,ir. 'I<,1
)fCa : turned Greencastle-Antrlm High School I t great taleaf;presenting a very i .
E Cobbles r and the I kL This record is in line with'J1t
otter a stay c w. Charaburg School of Pr'ctical. enjoyab pro: |ram. Two 12 year ':.. estimate made. by, Mr. Vaughn'lhorUyAfter ,
day
Nursing. Sue is employed at old organists, !from :
other townsJoined ,
ElinoisVj*.',lie'I> n Ua y.nn the vtl'1'levefe
Hjt y very
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Hendry General I
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; Hospital I in thetloeal I
Terry) Jane Nash"'and" Is ton. Clew- ", performers: Bob SILL' ANNA FORD WORTHY MATRON AND RALPH FORD. freeze in mid-December' whence
Barnett If Lake Worth both Mr. Harn I Strong": ;pf Belle Glade who played WORTHY MATRON are In the East. In the SujarUnd Chapter,'Order of estlmatd a ten per cent loss-Ha

dcntl ,,' hosartan Academy Belle before attended school in La- v When* 'thigSialnti,Come,, Marching I EasWra_! Star_ tide year _____. : sugar production due to the freeze""It
-the \ entering the Navy. He ;+ In, and{jfm $;t" Ft-rt Myan. .L."
Beach spent that
grind
I t now appears thejfi .
p u n attended'
'I'tb' th, former':"mother.* Njvy's radio school In' I who et.1il1ears, of age plays pro- I (Join D. AmericanDuring Legion) lag operation will end sometime]
Norfolk. V r. '
r and
'::4g" : an advanced I frislonanyffe the Hammond Or- FULLER'S FOLLIESBy
E ;D Nasb electronic ,". during the last week ia March, ,

It r.'.--r mgtord j guests of few' Mr.,:her gnd, Harbor Md. He Washington Is now.school\ stationed at Balnbridge at nth, I' ," ,' ?.' ,'" .. .;,,' .,;,:.{i 1'1 4 ':I"'C'ompai r.d Al Sanford : AL FULLEftBurbank. Invaded the the cloakroom sermon sneak, stole thieves a set,i jaid TIM Mr.Bryant Vaughn nUll. which waaHaeed \,

+ a-ci daughter ;Mr.1 and t ,IIIf. I mpe' and cornet of "- fn operation for the tint
J Plans tor keys and male off with ear
the \ '
wedding will be ."ji.\j Calif Marie
d Wells
Church -
.1"i /uspaugh\ pf ; announced Tatar In, the Fcrfm the church parking lot. time oa October JOtb. U grind W
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'n,, ,ucha: left..Wednesday lO.\NN MILLER DAId! gind Chrla Giddens aDd Bar'Jieobi'ftflay. drove half mile on a railroad a ._ log wMl In excess,tf 8,900 ton.
1" California( ;:'** the tak J JI -' !., rt a piano and track then got stuck in a switch :. "e ',.. oCbicagdMrs of cane per day arerafe.f;
:,lair return 'horoej//.. Cecilia Akin And ; Scc6rdlonduef.:. and delayed a 100 car freight train. roll was set up as a 5,000 ton
,nn cal I me : .. James Maxham petii?e 1fi.?I>an, u j'irs old A track- supervisor saw her car I Verol ica: Skier-i capacity wUI. and Ita prodtte,

I ., Aitwaypv'..... v:'\ and,1'B( ,, 1 rJck eI i, with their bouncy by on the'trucks with the cznskl, called th*jpolicQ\ when bar I tfon record for its first season
M '-ri Mrs. W,.B. Baxter I Are Married In Hi-Haven Ceremony ballet' dan r, nd\'tnted the audi freight train ttwrinj/ U\tl\ from Behind husband brought his motorcycle" optra'lim! Is astounding! to ez<; '-

I j 1 \tar, Mrs c. W. aod4 4an( ,' ns: ''Love1.Ynan Ha threw a switch that into their apartment .. pert* In the sugar Industry,.. '
airs'. stopped the train. "It's bad enough"hen ro! I-t- <
tty Sunday n ad pf'nla' was
in Miss Cecilia Akin and James M ted last year from Oewtstan .tlgh "' ? The woman driver t told police his motorcycle into the "' ui lonY
who rently: brother, leg Maxham Jr. ]r' f Ptye'Uog : apartment, : (Join ft* American
discharged trent were married at 7 School Mr.Maxham is employedat WfEam, laDdOal'Y.lifYaulhtlavc "I thought this.was a road." she told polce "but with the eng .I '
fan, fins! been o'clock Saturday-evening in the Hi- We Davis ... : 'f,
Clewlston
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Motor and (
and is now" at home Company black .. ,. I ass ruining -! Hendry General
h: :. : Haven Baptist Church the pastor his bride a -hoes :
at WQWY radio utation. '
cuperating nicely. .r" try. G '''1 Rasp! Nore' "1,, don't know why the englno
R6v, VtetorTurnerf ;
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GOth
performing the Notes'
Following a brief honeymoon Norwich, Conn.":-Nspoleain'Oeni. Hospital
W"A.oor's _
Mr and Mrs. ; .t' was running the husband tried
double ring ceremony. Present East Coast the young, couple reaii ..lotto tr'oublo.after! his car w Patients Boniface
remaining < ]
Jefit "
and! children Donnafld: wer. : a Juan: Vaugnansncf to a. plain. "It must 'have turned r
members of the Immediatefamille' Is residing in their trailer at Clew. Jumped a curb and hit .
a house.
Acata Gcraldlne Benton Dora
Zla. / Keith Carter who
Altamonte Springs pent ( sang "Tum- jta by Itself"
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of '
the young couple and A iston Trailer "'Police '
Park propped him'
against 'a Cook. Carolyn CuWaU, Dorothy
eral days In Oewliten$ few close friends. Ba-La-Lyka'tiand:; Judy Rutland H* 'was locked up on a charge't'
Mr and Mrs W. A. and CcileTCecU who "Do wall and told I}lm' to walk' 4 disorderly conduct. Fletcher) Marls Gomez,' Temple
sang .
parents.and! Mr and Mrs, Percy The Church was decorated with (Join the American Legion) Re-Me,*:,l..I'f& straight lineGendreau :Hogan; .Jo* Hancock, CharlotteHell
eandlelabra and baskets of white heslUted, ,then.asked; a Brenda Sot Jones ArsenloJlradOv
Judyrt3rwuue ,
; : (a piano solo was r
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,.,ri> ...&: .. Burke organist\ played ,Two \ I do It much: .better In .the"" Riora- Wllllainsport.. Ohle Walter: Lew. as. Charles E. Miner, SeraflnkWorrell '
MRS. .
PAT DRAKE OuUar.\.Lafoy;; play.ed
''i' .,"''I.. I several'Selection prior to the ceremony Lang" "Ing, ." .Is had been complaining that his Nestor Navarro. I"
I "Swans On the Lake. Erect JuajkPerez.
KocfrKoc ':'1"I and used the traditional! He,'* buoked'on car was riding too. rough'in the
\ wras of .
The Tabitha Class of HI,Haven Taylor: "W Jericho Road" Nancy a charge pelow-sero" Florence Pool, Tommytlldgdlll : '
wedding marches weather. '
Church, elected Mrs, Pat Drake Albritton, ,,'Humoresque, and i drunken drlvisg.Ealtimore John Sullivan Arvin
Mrs. Hazel Prince: Koch anst !The bride given in marriage by Brent ', : He quit complaining,, he Said, Swanson Roy Smith, Roland Shaw,'
mother president when the regular meet Wood,,March: Slav. h when discovered I :
bet Wore that trie air In
ban T Koch Jr., ware Mmmm a white wedding ing was held Monday night at the Jay ,McHenry, presented an ac- May Shaw ,Wm. DeSmith Helen
his
a quiet ceremony pertem gown of taro and nylon- The bodice church. Mrs. Sam Rich was elected cordlan solo) "Polka," and RobbieTail : 'Md.""' A" woman motorist : tires had frozen 'did: Sapplngton, Flora Mae Taylor
;: It should
Fort Lauderdale on )'*ua ? wtS Sashlocd of lace with i: sil secretary sang "Mexicon Woodpecker" ,attempting to turn' left : be poted that Lewis Harold Wagner Ellie Yaun.;and
I' 'crownod' .
They are mating wbr JhUM J ver'thread entwined; It was aim The class adopted "Love and! Gall Torbort,aad Kitty Carter gavea from right-hand lane. was bumped was of recently a'local Liars Club.1962: champion Mary Zglener ',f.:-,

Port Lauderdale.r: : I'" ..' : ply made with long sleeves and a Prayer for Each Other' for the sonj-paotomlan "Side by; Side.* 'from behlndU | i Patients\ discharged': Harvey Arrtnjton ,:

sweetheart neckline The full skirt motto for the year and"Myiesua Dill ..-, served as master of ,: You should_have" known I was I: a .' Jacqueline Byrd Ellle
(Join the AmerleaaStephensSpdBti,........ : was of waits nylon. Her veil of U- X Love Thee" as the sang. Mrs ceremoirfei';an**, Introduced each going to turn left!" she shuoted at Brown William Bryan Eddie Bra '
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Ion was "short and attached to C. W Hamil conducted t'evollonal! perform&lloCe.-, Credit for assistingwith the man who ran Into her "I turn f; Marysvllle.. Cat, -i Mrs. Margaret men, Paul Cockran Malcolm Davis -'
a white headpiece matching the Swindell opened a dryer at James Davis. Alonzo Fountain,
and Mrs. L. C. Miller won the the program goes 'to Billy )here every(day .
bace, ,She carried a whit Bible Bible Quiz conducted by Mrs C' loins and Gene Fuller Tom Hold- C e C C' the neighborhood laundromat'and Virginia Gavin, Coplys Geohagen. '

.II. with an. arrangement of white carnations W. Mann. ridge and Mrs.' ,Etherleen Barwick Holbrook Mass.-Rev. Roy E. ,out popped a.pair of legs. Julia Hall, Henry Hall Charlotte .

The engagement it'Mirg I# I and yellow rosebuds, Mrs. Rich and Mrs. Drake host- There were no prizes given at Bruce, pastor of a local Baptist Airman Don Cardwell owner of HelL U. T, Koch. Richard Ruler,;

nounced today of 2Bs Ewes.. 'Matron of honor and only attendant eases served refreshments to Mrs the show, since it was not a competitive church: was giving asermon entitled the legs told sheriff deputies hecurled Rufus Langford .James McLeod,"

phens, daughter of Mr. Mrf : of the bride was her sister Victor Turner, :Mrs. C. W. event but each performer : "Peter's Use of the Kevi//* \ up in the dryer thinking Dale McCall Roland Shaw Mary
It K. Stephens of 2tt S, "- Mrs. Charles' Wayne Adams who Mann, Mrs. F. B. Royal. Mrs. Joe received a medal commemorating 1 i It was his barracks at Beale Air Shaw Ferdinand Ceurick: and
Avenue dewiston to Wkyve % a pink and white figured dac- Jackson Mrs. W. R. Baxter. Mrs. the Talent Show in appreciation '(Join the American Legion) Force Base. Dora Wilcox. ,'U

lln, son of Mr and Hr*...7., : and carried a bouquet of blue Henry. Storey Mrs. W R. Broad- for their work and appearance

Spurlin, Francisco **d ,..' blossom Wayne' Beardsley was rick Mrs Miller and Mrs Hamil. .T .
Avenues Clewiston. best man.
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The bride-elect 11 .. graduate << -The bride is the daughter of Mr. (Join the American Ton) ,(Join .!tti' 'Americaa Legion) iY

Monte Verde School*- at : ( and Mrs. Robert' W. Crouch and ; : T.7---

Verde Fla., and of Belt Ml groom is the son of Mr: and P. E. Class Hold HappyJirthday. : lImon, QUALITY ?'' r '

mess School la West Ms:.. Mrs.J.. M Maxham. Both gradu- Putting Contest ,
She Is employed at Thrifty Aw '
Tommy Ballard with a sensational 1.1erch'1-Ver1\t Harper, :
Mr. Spurlin :graMtd. \ ,
Ctewiston H'h; School*.and it BIRTHS 39 was winner of a two-day March 4 .Mrs.- Addle,Durst, ?a
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employed H rime SaverMtrI Mr. and Mrs. Artis Gunsby ofLaBelle putting contest of the second period Hugh Allen, Ronnie Roth. ;

Plans ar, bleng made for era the parents of a aon physical education class at March f...)4. C.,Keen,'Jr. :' NEW51wARRANTY '
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ding in May. a Aaron born February 23, in Hen- school Coach Carl Ferrara Announced March 10-Emma> .JaneiHelvey,

: dry' General Hospital. The baby completion 'of the six Bill Broadfoot L.I.. ,Moody,:''Rob- I
legion weighed IVt pounds. weeks course of .golf, ending'with art. Stacy BobbyRoland., 'j> '
Auxiliary 0 the putting tournament this week. March: 12-Mrs-R",: M. Spires,

Officials ViHt".\: .-Mr and Mrs.. Lonnie Hall of Big Mark Clark with a 48 three days Lonnie M. Norris,' : ON TOTAL APPLIANCEThe
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low for the en- March I Rlch"rc2 .
ypres, Reservation are the parents ago set the score Degler,
Ninth Dls:r'ct officials .a<: :of a son Jeremiah born Feb tire group on the putting contest March 14-MiIdrtd Currie, W. L. : "

American Legion and,.,the* .. rusty 23, weighing! ( pounds 10 However, in the putting tournament Ertntlty Jr., Mo. ,"Bo Manuel, most comprehensive, honeat warranty ever offered on ,/?
Aupxlliaray will visit the Ole.. ounces at Hendry General Hos- four boys bested this score. John KsfJ, Betty A;Miller. 'Frank. any refrigeration product! And all you do la provide normal ,. "+
L*.lon Post and Auwtfttty: *L.' The class U made up of boys Rodrf Anf t--* maintenance service on your new 1963 Amanatrfynana ,JY

next Monday evening on t4ter+ .ear from seventh through! senior a .nN"w ..

ular meeting date. Nt.,and Mrs. Louis ,V. Howard classes, but seven of the top eight (Jean the Ameeee''Lsglos) '....8''..>1.;.,:AA,, "'J '" As.'
The meeting will be prewJM, the proud parents of a daugh players were seventh graders; Resided'i }; .;...
SUpper honoring the \feis0M,.. ,'Vanessa Lynn, born in Hendry Scores were Tommy. Ballard 39; ,2303

>u Legion and Auxiliary ..... c Hospital on March 2nd. Russ' Kllpatrlck, 42 r Solomon Os- Get Free Ex.Rayg: : .(. I;' f
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ere urged to be P .. weighed 1 pounds 12 ounces ceola, 43; Randel Hatfleld. 44; < ,*.*.*? ,'. ,. ..I rJ.
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wW be served ,- t e Mark dark 48; Larry Comer 46; '
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During the recall visit of the
p.m. !in thtc Lglon = :J! Mr.,'and Mrs. Perry G Cutsall Donnie Tinkle, 4*;,Roy FMcher' State Board of HeaJt '.,mobile X. ;..YE.nAIWAItltAt4Tr; ON TOTAL APPLIANCE, .- -, + b t ht:'"

Avenue. of, Alva, are the parents of a &18, and Caesar Martinez_ 49.Tomarrow'the ray ,unit to HendtgrOaaw*. 2,303 Amana Dklrinulora and heIr ii.l..., Independently and not M.genta of Anunej; ft..' '.,t.i,:J>n,. 11 'Y
I 4 ;- daoffctwy. Laurie Ann born at Hen- W .ICOfiI boys persons received fpa( .... X-rays, t Inft, entered the following warranty to owners of 1963 Amass Refrickrelors or Combination treevr- ;'1 \\.clt\

Join( tile .tJ;. General Hospital,March ,2nd will, have an lndkbdwl'maids according to Dr ifc, F.. Hill Jr, plus-Re'rI.,1
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Ame + &: 8 pounds, 12 ounces, tournament. >> director of the,!frsashij." County frrt replacement' or tcpafr .by an authorial'" TWer. at M. option, InchiJlng tftitJ!d "labor?! cpar < I
Health Departments wIdeIl'cooperated (. found defortive: und r nonrml jne .. to woiTrmrMKlper_,! _Mil-rial_' within K..ymr ii'lcf elf Ijwryto
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Page SIx TRS CUIWIOTON.. NSWS dam. Florldat 1
detested: B. Lows, :1 up; Fisk lost TAGGED FISH 1
,Okeechobee BaM Tiger Golf TeamIn to Bill Cone and HUM Lost to Mike ;SEBRING:RACE -'---

CupoU. 'TAKES SPOTLIGHT CAUGHT IN Propeller P p !
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; Entry Pierce Forest HOl.' leading player, Jay 1 ladies Ie 72
Sturgis, last year's conference Iaternatk Se- .Jimmle Montgomery WELL laellel) 1
Glen Wehri of Ohio, who dewtrton School golf team The fly famous PUMra '
,1:< Hebron. High SUntaa. t with a SchUtz Ce
defeated Matt bluegia
chtmpdoa Race running I
,",,. .Is a winter visitor In dewtotoo. played la a triangular golf match bring 12 Hour Efcklurance canal at : Pump
up, Tony Zistowskl beat Mike Dur- here in KobWiij\ Florlds, Sat- test. tat 1* the go Ie
the first to enter a la Fort Pierce last week, when .. II"
was
person react i up; .. McOrifl beat Nick wday March again takes this week and wffl take Pair, ...tana....
once
flan in the U.s. Hack Ball HUs and Oewiitoa
a Open Stuart :Forest beat Beach Saturday Salq 8enlce
risk 3 up and BIO Etberldge racing Palm
automotive
the in
spotlight the
Championship! which currently is met at the Country dub. -
Mine, 8 cash value.The L & "
George up. awards F
la progress under the sponsorship The' Tigers\ beat Stuart Itt-1% Coach Carl Ferrara Is pleased world. Each, year new the Can is zmof' a Engineering
: of the Winter Haven Chamber of and tied Fort ,Pierce 2$. Forest and distinctions have placed
released in the &
of the )
with the performance golf SebrtA,. elastic Ugh above any bluegffls Pump Co.
Commerce. Kills swept the match, defeatingthe
I team, especially young players other race iq the United States end ifonty's JailBwer Moore
The btu weighed nine poundf, other two schools. flares.
c' such as Gene HUM, a seventh gxad- the a week earlier: State
la similar throughout Pkeae fun
seven ounces and was caught out In the Stuart match. Matt Stanton races VTRUehaU
in
Is well Department's
tit, who showing up world Game Nlcltla
of Lake Okeechobee. It wu confirmed defeated Rusty Bond t up; : 1'Ia000e
matches with other schools. So. with the 1963 running of this .. 1-3'711.
by Sammy Griffin weigh! Mike Durrence beat Nick Colt t LaSeDe.
master for Uncle Joe's :Fishing up; Nicky :risk lost to Ken ChUds (Jets. the American Legion) road racing spectacle Sebring once OJ
Camp. and Eugene Nine tied John Pitt- ..,. moves ahead with confirmation Lads ...* '
Wehr will receive honorary man. Clewkton Hells forwarded race organizerAlee ;
.membership the Winter Haven In the Fort Pierce match Stanton Ulmann from Mr. Hubert L.SpOrt ,
Fishing Hall of :Fame. beat Don Heuber. 1 up: Durrence Suncoasi Record! Schroeder. secretary' of the Commission BtwIiRt
Sportive Internationale of
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ATTENTION season at the cellar spot in Sun automotive racing) that the 1963 VSSC : ,
coast Conference basketball this Sebring 12 Hour of Endurance has Bare Lumber H
year but the !larger schools failedto I been designated one of the two Tollef'1 .....- ""j
produce a player that could or three long distance road racingeveetf Parkinson's .......-
Farmers, Cane Growers and Ranchers best records set by a Tiger last of the world, eligible to re- Glades Restaurant- .... .j I IH
year. ceive triplicate points towards the Old South .
:';' '' LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND Ron Roblson;lAlU holds'the Sun- coveted FIA world championship Wilson Lumber .- .
coast Conference record for field I rE
trophies to manufacturers.Small +
,I' WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING goals, total points and .e.lOI1aver., wooer that the creamofthe High Individual

..'" age.Frank world's. fastest cars and champion : Polly McLendon -..-. _
: Saler of Forest Hill threatened .
drivers will be here on Sant.day Pat Baker _
A Lew Coat Farm Meritse them all but stopped short March 23/for the 12 hours of Eunice Cothera ..
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN of equalling any of them. car and driver punishing hours !
:::1-r"" Will Fnriah Cash TeRefinance Mike Mazzlna. with a game average that are Sebring. High Individual

l" deMs.Ftaaaee of 12.W, ,was leading scorer International timing equipment I Polly McLendon .,. .
1'/; farm. laipreveaaente. stew baBdtngs, purchase for the Tigers this year. SUracOllt' will start the over 1,000 mile race Pat Baker ..,..._
); wind machines and Install Irritation.
top scorer was Frank Saler sharp at 10 a.m. Saturday March .......
V: Assist an porehase el a ,.,.. grove er ranch Eunice Cothera
e) Fmrehase mere land.rrevMe with 20 95 and runnerup was Tom 38, avoid any delays write Automobile "
capital loads for the farm enterprise. Close of Belle Glade with 18.37, Reeeaj Q b of Florida P.O. 1 ONLY' A LAND BANK LOAN third was Alberto Morrell' .of Pa- Box,71.8.Mg.'Florida, for your
hokee with 18.95. tteketonew.Jala 1AP,8)J
y BAA..ALL HBSHE! ADVANTAGES! -

1. Lower payments.ft. ,( the,American Lenin) ed at the Country
Leaver terms (ep to 34 years). "
$. Dependable service (serving agriealtare exclusively: starting between 12:M
slaee 1171. 'ITa" ." "Pl Ferrara Repeats The Calcutta barbecue
i. 'v 4. Faffl prepayment privleses .woke penalty. ... As Golf ChampBy Saturday evening when
'i.. 1,1. Lean service .by local people familiar .with leeal agrtli will be auctioned.
:i culture. HowardSpinellMirror STANTON vited,to take part In.
TfiRMA MATT
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W. L MAY Mgr. er DOYLE E. ABBOTT. Asst. Mgr. cart Fenara won an exciting play Sunday.
J $325.00 : mate with fet Morgan in the finals The following teams
; ", Federal Land Bank Assoc ition i of the city Championship Golf I keepers have been
Touraamea to 'retain Us title,of' No. 1: Glen Etherton ( )
LAKE ,ctty Chan*. I' Prewitt ((12)); Earl Byrd' ( );
of Bradenton At one time on\the front nine Fer ere Addle McGehee.No. .
,APPLIANCEPH.TU rara was tIt.e'down and ended 2:,Jack Redlsh ( )
4 FRONXi 7434NIj BIADENTON FLA. ,J-TD1 the nine sr*H l one down to Pat.I ter ((14), Otto Larsen ( );
a ;?, War However the battle took a turn on i er, Evelyn Vaughn.No. .
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;t'f' the back nta! and Ferrara came 3: LeRoy Hare ( )
1kN: through to wit 1 and 2. Doty ((13)), Charlie ( );
I These two/ 'ere really terrific scorer, Louise
golfers No. 4: Earl Morrison ( )
: ,; HOW SEE wHArs NEW AT YOUR CHEVrKMJT DCMJESfrSUPER Joe HesVlry;won the first flight Zemonek ((12)). H. T.

I I ,a by wining his.match with Warren ((11))i scorer Margie
:j (SUPER SPORTS-that'thunlYDamelor oats. It even offers t new Comfortfit ttcerJ Howell. In tile second flight No.5: Jim Brandon (
r:;,) them! Four entirely different kinds of canto Lug wheel that positions right where you Gene' Hough;"'Who' has come alongat Mattion (13)), Ross ( );
a' tremendoiU rate, paired the scorer, Frances NalL
*, : choose
from including bucket-seat
convertibles want it. N The new ,Chevy ,II Nova 88
;t" 26th hole to.take the flight chain No. 6: Charlie )
and coupes. And most one has its brand of excitement. Likewise
own
( every
11"" pionship) from Bob BernerLadies Bill Baker (12)( ), Harry
can: be matched with such sports-car type the turbo-eupereharged! rear-engine Corvair .... Jr ((11))} scorer Ann
features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Moos Spyder and the all-new Corvette1 Ringer No. 7: Red Smith )
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(transmission,Poattraction tachometer high' Stint Rays. Just decide how sporty, you Howell ((11)), v. C. ( ); NATURAL
o ,, performance engines! you name !it. If you want to get then pick your equipment and The Ladies Ringer" Tournament .scorer. Frances Moran.No
'want your spice plus the luxuries of a full- power-up to 426 hp in the Chevrolet SS,' for the month of February ended ,8: Eddie Crosby ( ) grains sad) knay f hops from
sized family car: try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409* with I Iss. In., a three-way tie with Frances Toulis ((12)), Carl ( ); '.tradMwwl l beverage of >
It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp,for smooth, responsive'handling? NaB. Lilah Florentine and 'Nell scorer, Lucile Weaver. ,.........' '
,that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket in\ city traffic. 'optional at extra eatj.f Hooks netting 29., i No, 9: Pat Morgan ( ) be
te to a
Tomorrow the girls win play a Hare ((12)), Gene Hough ( ); Meetry proud ,
Bind er, Ruth McCarthy. and raw materials.For
Bogey in which they will
choose their own handicaps to'' No. 10 Sid Crochet ( ) Is fsissmlsjls. fer mHUoni of i
: scots between 40 end 60. Moorman ((11)), Ed ( ); ..farmers fer pulpwood to bt
So nice to lee our Princeton In scorer, Nell Hooks and oartene.Millions more are
diana. ladles playing LU Scraper No. Hi, Carl Ferrara ( ) and services. In Florida, ,
j.f Arrived for a short 'visit and played Martinez ((11), Jimmy ( ) i
he first golf,since Septemberwith scorer, Ruby McIntyre
Golda Green, Bonnie Our- No. 12.: Joe Hendry ((3)) "
rence and Lucile Keeiy who is here net ((12), Campbell Nan ); Vrlfl6 ASSOCIATION INC.
for t the second time this er, Jean Roland. i '
Bonnie did herself proud aeasoa.l lota
the
birdie four on No. 4. Addle KcQe.j American,
; hee had a birdie don No. 7 the; n iHi=----
same day. It wa< .a great day also'
for Jack Moorman,',who,carded a .
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36.Jack Martinez wit,soon be receiving '
his gifts 4rsn the hole-la-
one Clearing houieijHe performedthe FRANK'SMarketHOME
amazing feat en.No. 3 with a
perfect Wron shot .
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__DIED FOR CBS SALE house.-Extra:3 bedroom large carport 2 bath ',' : <

a., and, utility room. Excellent North '

Si aUoIL, Phone 2-7791, tfc Harlem News

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1 PHoNE Yukon' ...1201ED .... .. adm 08.JB.! Sagamore ,,'"
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RATES: foot CentsInimum I. :. ..; ......:. .... ...... .. ...... ton, CalfWH j ft-2061 Moore Haven, E ei1s and News Of Our Colored Community '

insertion 70 tents ;'.'1. or YU"'2-6301 ClewUton Mar28c '

r word charge per ; tour Insertion, . .:.. ... MRS.. JAKE a GAJADHA Cblored New Editor ": '
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three SALE:IN '
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for the price: I :::;:I : house Phone YU S-12M ', t,, .',:
Six baths
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V.: &all\ screened,f'patio. Double carport Church New Mar. S-Jean Lymon. an early recovery. ?e yI
e Ameftesn15th Call WB 6-2481. Mar'lcroR Mar 1 Letha Gray Stanford I I,

( ,t '. SALE T 1 BEDROOMS L.New Holmes Bethel AM&. Church: Rev Clarke Earl M. Keen Juan 'erel. : District S. FSEA held their mee .;lIng I

HOUSE,flood tocatkn. Near elementary The West, pastor Palm Beach District Mar. 4-Willie Singleton Wm. Saturday, March 2. 1163 Cat]
Francis Harold Bennett, Marcus Harlem Academy Mr H. LI;
school!,Call YU 2-2001 Mo-J
t n Conference, el the AM)>C.: Church: ",
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*1< William. Klre president presided. Th..t'.
fOR : s ,*>.. Martlc Dr. A. A. WllUams presiding elder
Mar 25.- Eddie Smith, KilO tendance was large and the meeting '|
FOR SALE A- 1 bedroom frame wilt convene at :Mew Bethel AME Bright successful: :;-, I
1. 4 Clewiston. March 13 through 14. ''tli
........ ... house.' Furnished or unfurnished. Patient discharged:
? RENT-Modero..off1ct Jn new ( Call YU 2-4111*: Marl4p There will be delegates present Feb. 26-Harvey James Estwick tJU the Aa *ric i. te....) I
R front U churches. The local welcome ''
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tie street FOR SALFTwo 20-acre tracts
on
acrosf
building win be held Wednesday "
program
>oat Office See ,Ahner Venn or ; and. near M Canal Sec IT. T jilght at I p.m. Business Mae, Ronell MarshaR I Popularity Coatert ,'

bone yU J-5371. _- .. i:. 445 Rgei34E.; : $200 acre C. p sessions will be held Thursday beginning Feb. 2S-Evelyn Graves Capley The popularity contest between!

EDROOM. private bath and private -' I .it)?...... Fowler,,:1711' Laurelwood Drive, .t 9 a m. A cordial Invitation Geohagen Lucile Queen Robisot, Mendes Willie Friendship Baptist Church, dewiiston .
ta.:, Bernard Campbell.
Atlanta 11,? Marl4p and New Bethel ]
Baptist
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entrance: Gentleman only. I ..... ( Is extended church membersand Baxter. ,
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08 E. CIrcle Drive Phone WUc : .;:.I :fIn OENMEAD r friends Mar. 1-Lorenia Daniels. I Church Belle Glade climaxed 3
t =J;:,' :i::. : Licensed Sunday afternoon in Belle Glade'l..evl s
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801 'fCOpr. ar Service : March 2 Roy James, Harvey
.. Ch.wch. Rev. O D. Williams U the pastor
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Trailer and Trailer .'11I Florida Estate Broker HaD Benjamin RJkhburg
1JR RENT
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of both'Churcbes, The choirs from*
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Trailer Across from Fair Grounds Patient remaining: Eater ver-
Royal Palm MAR DID YOU
spacei EVER ACTUALLY ADO Sunday school convene4) t.the Friendship Baptist won with a total -|
YUkon 2-3421; and YUkon 3-1361 Tony
23603tfc bid Bright Ralph Alpha,
ark.. Phone YU .,,, ;UP ALL OUR RENT RECEIPTS?* FOR SALE::.*, usual hour f Washington Anthony: Baxter William Of $383.82 and New Bethel Bapstat .

OR RENT .- 2 and 3 room furislrd Duplex CBS and small frame Morning worship,, 11 a.m. Franck Eddie Smith. Marcus took second place with the nuns'

:! apartment Phons-, rental unit. Evening worship, I p.m. Williams Harold Bennett, Stanford of $293.82. The proceeds from this./
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FOR SALE 1961 white twodoor.hard 2 Bedroom frame Nice shade On BTU I p.m. Clarke Letha Ann Gray effort will finance a trip for the]
__ I top Cadillac Perfect condition The senior mission choirs to attend the National Bap-'',
i Pasadena $*5 monthly and small meeting was Queen Eater Young Betty Lyman
|OR RENT-Bedroom with prlvat Miscellaneous) hfj ale One owner Plaza Motel. YU down payment;: held at the church Monday night Stewart Stanford, Alfred Stewart tlst Convention In Lakeland J'la+

} bath. Phone, 46H., W, E. 2-5401 lie S Excellent: lots on North side. The junior missloQ meeting was Tommie Pugh, Willie Singleton, March 20. A Greyhound bus has 10

:Jley tic From, private owner held at. the home of Mrs Mamie Johnnie Cherry Estil,Bright Will been chartered for the trip, and'',;
FOR SALE-BEST BOAT BUY in Meera,. the choir are grateful to all who
PARA AL- Large tot and: four rental units. Tlllman.
ci,EMOS CUARTOS South Fla. U ft Kauffman fiberglass -!' Good financing or will trade for No. 1 choir rehearsal Wednesday contributed in s total of $679.59 to j
2-6881. W. E.
Telefono Semcas
QUILA. boat 33 hp. Johnson. Wheel Business +'
make this
night trip possible ''.
lots mortgages, etc (Join the! American Legion) .
315 Este El Paw, .
alley, dewtotte and control Seminole Trailer ; 0 .... 10 Acres: and 3 bedroom house. Pr.yermeetint Thursday night '. It:: .
n. Call YU 2-5571; MarMc No. 2 'choir rehearsals Friday
I New CBS 2 bedroom home. Low ObituariesWillie (Join the American !Allon/
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FOR SALE-Purple rues two sizes down payment. Eight lots cleared night '
fyil) Ili / .3x$ and 18x36 Plaza MoteL Itc I' CUSTOM BUILT kitchen cabinet Three.and sections planted! Hendry County night Junior March Mission 11,' 1963 Meeting at the Monday homeof March 1, 1963. Moore Haven, Surprise Birthday ;ri
for new or remodeled homesPete's held
SEZ .7. j FOR SALE: Parrakeeti. $2.00' Cabinet Reasonable ,"< I IJt,1ANITA. the president, Mrs. Talmadge Fla. Funeral services were Party for Two ".'
Mynah birds African lovebirds Shop 345 W. Saga Moody March 4 at the First Baptist! : ;
up. more Ave. or call YU 2-2655. JOHNSON Associate Rev. C .
Church Moore Haven The Junior Women's Mission ,
monkeys, cages, supplies Marl4c Resident Phone YU 3-1361 ],
Pet boarding Thompson Wild Blye, pastor Burial Ortona Cemetery gave a surprise birthday party for";
Of The Late
YOU'LL NEVER KNOW HOWE \ Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- I GUARANTEE learn to MSAL ESTATE Obsequies Ortona, Fla.* He leaves to Mrs. Otis Dixon and Mrs. Collins'

HUMAN" VOICE. CAN U96 Ito the organ In 30 you day or your pay NORTHStBe -S bedroom frame Rev. Russell Jackson mourn his passing a devoted wife, Grieve] Feb. 16. 1963 at the Gris-K
NEAR $10000.' Mrs, Carrie Bell Martin; brother, well home. An evening of fun and r;
HANGS UNT1UYOUWOMAN ALL 21" USED TV SETSGuaranteed money refunded. Your choice .f Funeral services for Rev. Russell Mrs
MAKES : Mr. Johnnie Martin; sister, refreshments was enjoyed by Mrs. 'J'
NORTHMBC 2 bedroom frame,
1\ QUIT 'NA"N& $19.W down. $14.04 Hammond Organ and lessons, ) In 19,000. Jackson were held Sunday, Dora Powell and a host of relatives Earnest McCrsy, Mrs Roy Bobo ",,'
HER HUSBAND "TO- per, month. LAKE APPLIANCE ClewUton for 30 days only IBS. ACREAGE: as available March 2, 1963 at 2:30: p.nu at the and friends. Mrs. Shep Harris Mrs Otis Dixon'

M4SWCR. THE PHON:.' CO.* YU J. 151. tic I Bill Doane Phone 2-6S91. tic COUNTRY HOME 10 acres, S bedroom St Paul Baptist Church, Newberry Mrs. Jehovah Moody, Miss Geneva
LET US BUILD YOUR NEW Fla Rev G. G :McArthur, pastor to the
,
New of regret comes Hollls, Mill Carrie Walker end
CBS home furnished It.,
FOR SA:.E-1952 Ford Val Pickup completely .
HOME In Canal Point
Top workmanship and officiating.: many friends of Mr. Clem B. Perry Mrs Collins GriswelL.
; .
dean. No rust 1960 Falcon 2- TV heeler, cattle. Fenc "" '
Call Hunt Real Estate Order of service: death of '
of the
to hell tragic \
and heater. Straight ed. S miles out.Paved state road. ;
door.: radio
i Pahokee 924-7933 tic Processional "Nearer My God ,
his brother, Mr. Earnest Perry, .
AU convMleaees) Ideal site.
gears Good gas mileage South,c.r'l Atlantic 2 BEDROOM CBS excellent condiditioo !. to Thee," hymn; "Servant of God, who was burned to death at his Birthday Party ",
507
Louis Ciristiansen Ave. Ph. 3-1864, Mar7p-! W; O. PERRY, Tax Consultant Well nodded Beautiful Well Done," prayer Deacon :I. N. home in Madison Fla., a few days Elder T. N. GranvlH assistant "

Complete Income Tax Service. shrubbery fruit; utility, room West; selection and scripture; solo ago. pastor of The Glorious Community, i""
FOR, SALE -. Payroll envelopes, Phone YU 2-7841 sprinkler .,ttem15.000. Mrs Anna. ,Cheesboroufh. Rev, Church was honored on his birth I j
printed wtih form for social security 4/13c S ACRES. NEW, 2-BEDROOM 2 Jackson as a Christian, Deacon A Mrs Annie Mitchell, president day with an assembly,. the pas-,
withholding and other deletions. bath frame home Hardwood J, Lee; resolutions; remarks ministers Harlem' Academy PTA left the tor Elder N. Hall and'the'mem-

Box of. 500. dewiston ATTENTIONProspective floors. of the district; acknowledgements city, last Sunday afternoon, for hers at the church Sunday after-''

News Office. 325 FHA HOMES in Broward. Palm second scripture and hymn, Greeneville Alabama, to attend noon at 1 p.m. Guest present enJoyed -,
home buyers (or eulogy Rev. G...G..McArthur; reviewing the funeral services of her grand a delicious menu of potato';
Beach and Dade counties, various
1963 FOR ,SALE Reconditioned portable commercial: ). I am seeking employment sizes and prices Small cash of remains; recessionalInterment mother. We extend our deepest salad! fried chicken, punch and
Ramblers % and cabinet model sewing can save ;you many $W Newberry Cemetery sympathy to Mr. Mitchell in her, cake. '
machines $1950 and up. Sewing can handle planning loan procedures payment V Honorary pall bearers, minister of I, hour of sadness.
Machine Center, 116 S.W. 3rd St. and complete construction.; FOR RENT Efficiencies ..ndhousel' the district Hughes and Chestnut

,, Belle Glade Marl4p" I I Write George Kendall, Boa W5 .Over 1,00 as avaUtble.vacant tots to select Funeral Home, directing i I Mrs. Teresa Sanders, member of WilliesShoe

AIRPL.J4E FOR SALE Four Clewlston Fla tfe from for all Various : Beautiful life is that whose span' the Harlem Academy faculty was Shine StandGive

place! Piper Trl-pacer. Complete prices. Terms.iNVffiTMENT. purposes. Is spent In'duty to god and man called to Newberry, Fla, last: your shoe that shine
instrument panel and super Homer BLUM & SONS PLASTERING,, AND INCOME Be.utlful..calm when the course is weekend to attend final rites for her' smile '

radio.. Nerd condition In and out. Very Best Work PROPERTY: run; Beautiful demistf with a life father the Rev Russell Jackson, Alabama Street Harlem 7
We Save You Money Mr WIHIe I.
well done. 'l'GUn..rroprleC r
who in that
passed city.
(900 down. Easy monthly payments Petering Simulated Stone $300 MONTHLY RBNTAL. Recent: '
He leaves to mourn his pas.lnetour
2-4751
YU 24421 or YU CBS construction 11I5.080.
I arc Stucco Free Estimate daughters, Mrs. Teresa Sand Mrs Carrene Mack has returned
LONG TERM low interest, farm,
Licensed and Insured ens, Ctewtston:'Misses Ira Lee and after the funeral services
attending Julia
ealeatraje.pie..a...ua..7iu..ita...I 25 Years In Business cane grove and ranch mortgages s Beauty Nook
Annie Pearl
Jackson Newberry
minimum $WWO. ; of her father, Mr. Herbel1Keya.
3830 Lora Street one son,William Jackson St Petersburg EXCLUSIVE, HAIR STYLES ''
LISTINGS NHBDED
Fort Myers, Fla tic LANWtWD 16 grandchildren, two Funeral ServicesFuneral Personal Care To Your
J. M. Hair
ED 7-0171 oX' 4-2874
or in-law
sons-in-law daughter-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I 530 East Sugarlaad Highway one services for the late Mrs Julia Mae Sale r'
and'a host of sorrowing relatives!
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
Fire, Auto and General Mr. Herbert Keys Sr. were conducted Proprietor
and friends
representative will be at Old. Insurance. : Sunday. March 3, at the s
dens Furniture Store each Friday. Clewlston. Fla JIb; YU 2-2161 Holy Neck Baptist. Holy Neck.

BOTTLED WALDRON'S For parts, sales, service. stop in 'N90 Dl.Home -" Card of Thanks Florida. Rev Wintield, pastor and

or can YU 24721. tfc In excellent condition The family of the late Mr. Her Rev. S. M. Chatman officiating Harlem Garage

Appliances MEATS AND GROCERIES ) Close to schools and hopping In bert Keys Sr., wish to express I The deceased was the father of now for
';s Y Pahokee. CaD Hunt ,Real Sitate! their sincere: thanks and deep appreciation Mrs Carrene Mack. Details of the open

Sales-Service Open 7 A M.'- < PJAS t ., E TAT E 924-7933 tic to their many friends program were as follows: businessElbert
for kindnesses shown them In sad I Processional: hymn. "Servant of Allen

POWER GAS > V' DAYS A WEEK hours of bereavement We are God Well Done," Invocation: 'selection Jr.

UIted! f grateful indeed for the- flowers, : choir; scripture; as a class Phone YU 2-6248 >>
-. For Your Spur of Moment Picnic I DEMAND GREATER THAN Hn .! telegrams and condolence received i .leader Brother Harry Mcdendon,
EVER for houses,'acreage, businesses God blest each and all ,
CORPORATION May ,, : a* a neighbor, Brother S. W. PInk.
Four Miles East of dewiston We have customers& waiting WANilib' of you < .! tad; solo, Slater Mamie Lawrence,

CALL COLLECT. .. List your property 'with us WAITRESS Cane- .Respectfully, acknowledgement of flower," mortician T 7J M
', tie I. Mamie'aStyle
l J. E. Beardsley Ph. YU 2-T59L brake. Apply In patacn .
South Bay ,WY,4 ff*: '1 ,Bare Beach Mr. carreJWMa .k ; selection choir; condolencesand
'I\ 'a j'j", \; tfc and ChildrenThe obituary, Mr. Odle L. Chat- CenterNew
'u n "I, .c, a ---- WANTED '
i "And Must Be to
r.r.r, ra. maul; hymn. .
WANTEaJfcustoms WASTED TO BUY )*<
j ,Attention Cattlemen> ,Edwards World Book. Write ,Ctewlston Legion, Post 21*..'wish to express S. M .,Chatmanr viewing of remains Short*. and SHni Jim. : ;,
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} Marge their thanks and< appreciation td afl : recessional "
Mrs.:Mamie
!; : News pox 1236XXc: -,..- who contributed\ la making1 .their '' heaves mourn MeDanJel,
N.w-ls the ,time .. eeoselUatef He' to his passing 'rrepriater
a :'+ f>orf debt*,wttt a:kuft term faEXPERIENCE rm PIUr1tbing ... program ei suttees.latt Sunday afternoon a wife 13 children, 44 grandchildren -, ; ,
e9p M43 1aIN mi't F Ftliltinas
'lean )tRAn! TO at:,tha'gymnatcehtma.Weare.grateful. great-grandchildren; four
lew interest r-tes, with ;
,
RenenUeQ'r HEAVY EQcrLean indeed to tbe'outd. : sisters six bretfeers; 23.nieces 26

NECESSARY .. Federal Land Bank r..ReplacementsiMUllatJon .. ...nti .... '....... town 1 guests,", and all local, talent nephews and a heat of relative* and
...t. ............ .f '_. a ee for their' appearance on our'pro.: ; friends '

Jordan & P =f '. er'.Write General Repairs .e.ee4 la.::.: ..- we....: ,7U.enai : gram. May the best in life always. .: Burlei, Holy Neck Cemetery. GroceryGroceries

[cmEs: : some. > I .. See Trouble Shooting .a l.hwad.*.!..... _n.a .t come. ;your way.: [ Pittman. :,Funeral Home,'.directing : Fresh Meats a''
; i !<.W. =. MAYTfteX ..r ........ ."I.S at... Get Respectfully, -
., 1 licensed )fcperienced .. .........1 Have a ..ry.wl..tn. Officers and Membersof (Join the. American Legion) ::1' Vegetable I
J Cold
BENDY COUNTY tIC Walcaid Building Available a..ad ta. al.bot akHF Drinks Essential Items '41 41we
: .. I tb w.N. a..taen Post 218 r Appreciate Your
itle & .BridenUn..Florida .,.kMl 1.. 311 SC 1-." .... .. Lee Patronage I
Abe Air Willie Notice
Co. YU 2-7230 Young, Special
Tact Phone 0....... r....... P'..e 4-3141. Mr. and Mr*. Thtmtoa Bitten ''
IUt Absltut.-+ S ,Commander The' I third polio feeding will be /i reprteter.Elite % t' I
t
'abUt teen given at Iiarlem'Aadeniy' Sunday .

3r op''a' 'EVINRUDESeles (Join" the American ,Lt ion), March 10. usa The service is free. I .. '

&Ie Donations,will be accepted
f1a .
: ttf *
:
0aege FOR' RENT -:io 1 1J ? BIRTHS CaJe ad '
and Service I Mr. aM MI,. Jcffery Peterson of Personal Mention I ,

Moore Haven are the'proud par Mb A. E. 0:. Than/a and Mrs. : ":,3
loa HOME .....i ,,:J4r' New awl Bead Meter I, flits of a con, Stewart Gerald;born Vivian Randolph met with the ,Gr*
Palm BeaeIt P8tt .1 Maria Hardware '_,*,,1. Recently Renovated Feb.;23, in Hendry General Hospital group in West Palm Beach Saturday y

Fart and Accessories '%\ ."*" weighing .tiu'ee. pounds, 12 making plans for the Music Home'
and Tie .r Cooked
: Hatfee Safety Equipment ounces* Beach at a !later date this month.Peettral Meal

PSG Rk 26611YU.3. i ;1' and Decorated that will be held in Vero .
MU
'X113 e.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dlxoa
are,
.2tfl R. E.,,WALDRONoP I' <: *.- \' ,. the proud pweato of a girl Irma. Freddie attended the bend
"t\ Office Building Grace, barb on February 26th, clinic March I at Lake Shore High P12820. 1H4tl9iesee4 ::

( /" *.'. I r weighing 6 pounds 4,ounces. Belle Qtade. ,e J


= Tampa Tribe ,..,, .f ** Highway ProPertY ; Y Mr,. and Mrs.-Carl PattfLyman Mrs. Julia Sales, local: beautician sbarrtal61tI ...

rut Ta>c '* 4FT '1 .' are parents of a boy Carl Fart was called to Plant City Monday 'V'ffIUI. +MCIQW1s6E6M

r See'I Lyman Jr., born March 2nd weighing afternoon to be at the bedsideof News'"J :
.Men : :
6 pounds, > ounces.: her.father who was .stricken ,
,+ p...., with keiteu* Bto***.' Friend of t

Hendry General' Mr. Sale hope that her father 1* I ., I
r.' !..MS," Reel( much improved at thU time. ,'Cs : Dries .*
Beardsley ; -
d1 JBe ,It' N fe. I 'By 'ant *
We
Be Its
\ Patents admitted. Queen Yang: The many friend of Mr. and I v

Peoplo"1' "' Alpha Ralph.. Lorenzo Daniel u4 ,Mr/;John Singleton regret very *
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>a.r. BoaS ..... fOvisVPk.YU2.7Wl., Alfred Stew: mush to learn that their little ton I n l

HATHCOCK'S'UOfJiUS ; C1 Feb. 26-Georgia WOfaae.Feb. : UMa ....* IHagleton. was bnroeA ,;I""" }

SPOT ADS ( E. st.-Iaad Hwy 21 Emma Dim.. BeM? fat a eaat field fire Sunday aftSMMB. For l.ofolritererl "

$ 766 llal.. WttUuB Bryon,. Tony WaahtaCton B* 1* presently ..*...ed to C an YUb '2-711St. '

You Are II I -' Malcolm Jtarifvk Semhr Oeavrel. HoeptUJ. We extend \

f U ,..AU.We. -=-- ,... k Mar, 1-::Anthony,Baxter*. ,our ?Get Wen, Wishes' fcc, -- N

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;i Page rlehT1riC CLEWISTON NEWS Clewlston. Florida ____ ______ -" ----------' Merit System ''III.
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lrooperBIll Gerald L. Bowed
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DOYLE tONNERCOM9Mff10N311 ,says., CIA. Watched' aft Stenographer Typist II tt 1 I*' 'w.p rk"t')\)1I)1II t w I:


FLORIDA I .StfMtfTapher t 111 'aPhet, II.

V DEPARTMENT or AGRICULTU I WASIIINlti DCCongress- meat" Ceniresaman Roger ,m ny Others. AP Un! I biI,

r. man PauIQSSgers (D,.Fla.) recently : added. fee Jhew' test w,, t P1a QUaJIfy
citedjjei" *'fcvldence to Justifyhis I Congres regularly reviews I pt',,f/om, which 't .r' e

( I note on the national scene that agriculture: had been anticipating \ I ptopOS t9t. a Congressional I matters; of a classified nature and ;i tine job:> vacant .: Mdfc.bt ..

the House Small Business Committee a lush export business into the II watchdog ,,'$Mjpnittee to oversee is exposed almost daily to sensitive b A t>Y.pJIotu and 0 ".h _fillet

has released a report documenting European Common Market. In the: $Intelligence operations of the subjects Involving our national k/ i these and other ""XLn'IGt.JIUi, eglvl

VV the rapid vertical Jnte- West Germany especially marketing i CIA ,if jj let I securIty. Congressional leader S April LII; \ 10\
r
s + gratlon of the broiler industry Its tests last year had indicated a I la a Jptetl!i the House of were told ofthe;!# development of rmrw. rr4 talned/ your lot. Forldtgyk

V" conclusion: 'Every effort should big potential demand for American i eyrBjentaUves-f the ore .Florida congressman the atomlcfbombTis e>rly' as 1944" I "uPPRR 'I NTIQCK i Employment Sen office
:
with contract Rogers >stated! Wand writing directly or"
do poultry Congressmen
r, )be made to away ... V i said -particularlY dlsfujiaag to Florida
+ farming." Pl'OIIpeftt.lor our;, exports of agricultural rVm 2Jatest repOrts that I knowof\ ho bettet!kept secret" 1 soy..... f If ;yitln, DOylE C r IflloQ Mer.

:, According to committee/ the products\, will be uncr no conduslve of the Rogers cbncluded his remarks by .1 e g 4 IJIg"Tallabusee; A 1 .: Buui

t VV V broiler industry was started on'its rain unfit" !some; stable\ alignment, 'I,Soviet mJssiJelnsUllations, rotographs in Cuba stating that Congress would do 1 "Never point your gun .1 be',shed withthiMarcji atlons>h :.s

? "journey to disaster' by {the "cata I ttf' the European nations$ has been made available u) the well to asjt) some serious questions 1 of one yeye jrfriendedr: i ) 'M. 1983

""lytic process' of increased tech- achieved, either by settlement Of I were dent 'tmi')' 'aerial! reconna & about our government's Intelligence
resulted in the Common Market mess precipitated Pres1-j operations, particularly when such i
which II
nology overproduction 4is tif sf rite 4 >! Join the American
> rred frm ,
and integration (through by Da Gaulle's stand against : tie ...Cl j operations have such vita)\ impacton your Irttnditip h tnJtttlf I MJ:.?.
AiMForce-and that m e
contractual arrangements) "byhighly i British entry or ,ly new economic I flight wmch' foltowed produced the the established! policy objectives ,3 J Library Receive.
capitalized concerns alliances between Britain and the I I of the nation. He then said that a '
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I mls- 'I'ITHE NATIONAL
I evidence w'htcbJtrlggerod; the RIFLE
QiftVolumes.:;
"' figures nations odtwde the Com committee
committee Congressional
I r At present, (presently! i site! crisis'of last October. permanent : p
:.&;.': j'shfiw, more than 95 per cent of the' mon Market.. Your own safety, at well '"Th r"impllc tlon clearly ex- Is needed to give Intelligence ASSOCIATION leaiha* rshooting + 'I ,,A' .-volume hlstcr 0' East Can

'\j broiler production i i. under eon- As I ;ee It. the current situation at the other fellow's, de lata that CIA may hive been operations a thorough and regular / tat.7 J* Flor>laiiai: been gj I\n tt,the C\ew.1\
feed '
tract,a system where large requires some mighty careful mends the dimming of the atopgapkwhlch: accounted review tame Public LJbrar; t f y p?
companies furnish everything but production planning U.S. r.r.r..r.rr'sJohnny bison: The writteaS
> history
y OUt t ; VII.
tor the : In which the
won'tblind time
Jar /
,
liySts so
the grower's land and labor. farmers until:the outfook is clarified your you edited by Dr, Elwood C ,
driver.If Russian> "almost completed (Join the American Legion) Nancy,
Incidentally, one Washington report and we learn whether! important an oncoming The history deals

l states that government economists foreign markets are going to r. he can't see, he might Cuba their *'"tnlMflej Rogers InstiUatlons paid "This new In Don't Buy..Land Long Plays, .;: history of. ,the terrlton with ml th*,MA S

,
believe the already over- be open to us hit you ,I .\> volume With
? fYId1'8i.e'f alonj- with the U-2 ; churches, WW(
produced broiler industry may I .
For Dance
Unseen Heart ; ; fraternal
and
affair Sight civic
much -" and the Bay of Firs fiasco organizations_
boost its production by as "
Of interest ta Florida cattlemen
its
second
as 20 per cent this year'. Feed I IA Is a new book published by the I. kinks, In kutrMts.ur 1ntelllrence very serious sys- Says FCD Chairman. Johnny Long', Orchestra wri1 pities, of,many volume of the and men with md baps ml
American
the Ball tai
report by University of Florida Press I Joln< the American Ltfloat tern And i: thorough Conrres- play! for the Glade; Heart en who to, the past and are b J,
Association at the Land :
V4 Manufacturers Crossbreeding Beef Cattle Editors gales in flood prone area Saturday night, March 9, at the I
-. aloof review present building the
I hi needed when :
end of December was milder. It are three: of the university's of Florida have drawn a sharp Bets Glade Armory from I.to, 1 Florida, rotate 4 ?
such terioM kinks exist In oyeratlone.Y&Wat't !
'., said: "The broiler industry may livestock scientists: Dr. T J Cun- r warning from the Central and o'clock. AH proceeds will 'so to ,

qverexpand in 1963",Caution wasp ha; professor and head of this! Department Is TirmeiTermites'Swarm nlt ., & o this natlon'asec Southern Florida Flood Control the Heart Association 'of ..Palm ,,Among. ;the local people eke-
,
.' advocated in production planning of Animal Science; Dr, Spring District-Don buy until you i Investigate Beach County ,I' Mog-raphical! sketches an inclaW

for this :year M Koger, professor of Animal Science Rogerialso;, .(ook issue with the and Inspect Quoting music critic J' !u's.. are Mr Parkinson and Willlan t

.. and A. C Warnlck. recent statements made by formerCIA' "Many people buying land .. OweA.Jr. ; ,
are
t ; pr, Wilson In Down Beat:, ., ..
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V Views strongly opposed to those physiologist. the Department ,of ,director: Allen Dulles that the sight unseen!in areas' that are periodically
of the Congressional Small Business Animal Science. I uper-aecreta agency should be allowed flooded" says Riley S. .'Johnny Long for some time has enD OF THANKS

Committee were expressed recently Presenting all available experimental Is your house' ready, for spring to. continue its aloofnessfrom Miles of Klssimmee, chairman of one.of the 'Best Outfit' In, the'coun I wish to express my deep

by my friend Phil Campbell, Information on crossbreeding occuplnc1-b1errnite.. CognroMlonal' scrutiny 'In the district' governing board.A try. Long has stuck ,to the bale predation for the many klndnetw It

commissioner of agriculture in ing cattle throughout the It may be,,,if you lee: those so- short" Refers said "Mr Dulles steady stream of inquiries principles a good danoeaWe shown ,me during my lInen 4|

Georgia.which leads the. nation in world, the new publication includes called "fluying anta" buzzing\ about say that CJI.hould be left atone from potential land buyers has beat and showmanship,. Josmay Btkjr in.the hospital 1 sin I11IeN

broiler] production. Said her; 'Con contributions from authorities of during the first.warm .dajfl of] to& owttMrt Ma unparalleled role been pouring into headquarters of Long has met 'the demand ,for to Dee Shupe and McConvillc ul i

tract: fanning has built the national and International stature" spring.' Chances are there' a king at the nalisa'f'number one untouchable the Flood Control District in recent dreamy musk while retaining 'a tile boftpital staff! for their nci

poultry Industry in, Georgia. The ;Because no existing breed of cattle size termite colony nearby. government,, + ': agency" months from throughout the light pushy beat. Even ,when'' it It owe and to many ttendi .fa
poultry industry In.Georgia could ""Bat, ,what'' happen when' United States wasn't too fashionable he was piety
In the spring termites and even from Eu- ,.. cards, flowers and
is ideally adapted to the Gulf young get prajoir
,t
not and would not have achieved Coast the editors. believe the urge to leave their government bureaus are allowed rope and Latin America log dance music The preset. Long : ,',;. *. R. U LanjWMa !
undergroundnests'
regions
its present huge die without contract that crossbreeding will remain !important and swarm out in search of t j. ,, to ft nncVtked by Con'rise The volume of inquiries is so crew is a''' good clean outfit whMi! ,-'f.r "/ .
fanning gress?" Florida Democrat that the goes through the repertoire briskly V .
la Florida and the rest of new breeding gi unds. great district has prepareda :( the American Ltcfal
"This is true because enough this "untfl Countless aiked "M Congressional review standard "form letter" reply !in and Completely. Ift has several devices
area or beyond suchtime winged Insects ''
farmers could have appear were not imposed which bring variety, to the
Individual not on c ovenunent some cases
iff the future when adapted suddenly out ''
Their
-of
financed themselves or managedthe nowhere.:' teneies, &think of the crews principle ,work without'going
stralghtbred cattle may become flight won't last Ed Call, FCD executive director, Feet Killing You
long,:though.because .
nneoerdinated overboard
sale of this\ product in the market available." termites dupUcatlon anddamage in a letter now being sent out to for novelty' .
are weak fliers A* whieh would micks. Principle item is the gee FOOT-AID
place., result to
persons inquiring about land !in
lOOn
"Everyone in Georgia is Job as the tIDy black, Insect light field aa""' .., And eonaUer as Collier and Monroe club routine his use of clod STEEL ARCH SUPPORTS
4 ( the America Legion) they will pry off their wings. and ; counties, says:
proud of the tremendously efficient palp near a food of .well the benefit which have accrued "Our first recommendation to nets in megaphones subdued bran Mail ft.00 with shoe size toUS :
food
source C
poultry industry ,which has Vets Info Service It may be "aa ,old stump,, or',.the questioning to America by a free anyone considering purchase of choir.and of t'ourseLong'S violin,, .. Arch Support Mfg Co
press the unclassified which he spotlights for dream treat
been built with cantract arming. Joists and beams in the understructure action real estate in Florida or elsewhere .Ojus Florida
Without contract farming this industry of .. of the U.& governNotice Is the ment.\
;your house. same as advice given by
i.t. would not have bulK to the L By VELTRE Many ,(warmer perish ,,, the Florida Real Estate Commission Tickets may still be purchased
FRANK E., ; : before .. .
tremendous size of producing' an County& Service Officer: fulfilling their destiny spreading ''P W# ': 'Investigate and inspect any from Eddie Crosby. Clew ttoo. 'or : ; Tii ii Sl

average of\ almost one'brofeS'per'day million" the termite kingdom..,Seme, are property before you purchase it':" any of the Belle Glade committee. ,

in Georgia Veterans and their dependentsvisiting eaten' by birds and' predators, Dail notes in the form letter that Table reservation may! be male '.
.' He emphasized however that because the Veterans Administration other die.from lack-of food. S O 'T I C B.JfU.S0 Collier County it not eVen' within by calling Mr. E. F. Mixson, gen Cans: A.S 7r
contract farming 1* good JRegional,Office at St. Petersburg Those which ?'? .ffcCllntir! CommlMlon. the boundaries of the 15-countyr eral chairman '
survive begin 996-5247.
for the poultry Industry "does not Beach can reduce the time immediately .. mssbsgrs month): Flood Control District and that the Ticket sole *..M+ t
uetlna will also
the task of regeneration, LaRelle, be on sale.at the door t 0151rry..N.aN..M !
mean that it would be beneficialto Involved in obtaining assistance 'P1oNda ; .tA.M.. THtTRSDA T, districts' works do not benefit or Phone,:TC-: :
Within two years the Vt m Saturday night Dance and '
; new colony PARCH have :.J. iil
'
'r tobacco, peanuts milk and protect Collier I
possibly OdeH W Vaughn contact officer County ;;.(
will be jugeenough ,to tend out Campbell E. tJd1 'halrman fun to the music of Johnny Long
several. other .commodities of the'regional office has pointed Its own swarmers.By then several Board of county Commlnloneri Many Inquiries are also being received

ta and added: out that many persons visiting the hundred thousand termites may be '\'N111f.h 1., IKSfOTICB from persons interested in

tv;. "Each commodity produced by regional office'must wait to be Interviewed tirelessly working in the understructure buying land in the Upper St Johns

farmer In Georgia and the United unto their' files are located of your house Of MTBlfTTO:' TO APPLY Basin-along the "missile coast"

., State has Its own peculiarities and delivered to the ,inter If gooses ....arm. winged In FOR PAtSACB O> PRCIAL OR !in Indian River. Brevard and Orange
.if. with regard to production and marketing viewer.,This delay can be avoided of LOCAL LEUI9LAT1OX counties Some of the land in

.ou 'which make.it'impossible! if the;VA'is contacted In advance don't wMiraearsyout panic. Call home ,this spring, -t NOTICE the SMilon 13 HERKBT of the L*OIYBN pl.latur.th.of t these counties 1 Is also subject tow 1
a reputable termite
,," ,to have one system of production by mail or telephone advising the control Florid convening Ik April. ail. a periodic flooding S
,;. and marketing suitable to all .comJnodi1 dak a visit to the office U planned firm and request l an plication will t>* nwd* tar the psi- Still
other
queries
inspection. If termite, have already ah of epealal or l *al Lgldatlo l l l are Joeing received
?Is w. *. and ,giving ,the* 'Veteran's" claim begun their deaferuettve work follows the, substance o(,..whloh will lie u about land in almost another
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ef. number.
; The claim me can the
4 part of the district
,. : think the Ibe inspector will probably recommend J AN ACT Mlatlna- to rUfhoU
I broiler industry like be available when the veteran"" arrives Elevation
Immediate treatment Dralnac DUtrMl D.. of land la
'-' This orlblni th* not necessarily
come pthet segments of American at the regional office.. boundwUj th .
i >r of: approTlnr and
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will coat about half a
M much as jloptln guarantee that land will
m plan of r cf
.. matlon
'Pi' This applies to penoM planalag later remedial '' th* District for be free from SAVEZO
; : 'I work it the iafeda- ; Cresting :to" One and flooding. or easily
1\; \ an interview with VA pe aoMMi or that is.aftowed to.00. unchecked Seas Imaadarl Two therein sod d..eelbint th* drained, Dail states.! ,
the
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veterans' service organisation> representatives approrlnf and
'" Termite : adopting; Zone Mia* Of In the cases of
i (wanner* f differ from Reclama Collier and Monroe -
ti'; ... located. in the .VA flying sets in .Icon... far. Zone On*} makingan Aim Counties h.
:, Regional Office., The office la ]located a number of way nt of BMWHH a.alll".11 adds, "it is impossible syw ,
23311Sugarlaad at $480 Gulf Boulevard,' St.PetersfeWg Tike meet Misty difference I* the Undala Zon O K >ProTlrtlor> V for for anyone to provide accurate :
as annual
ante.of the wisgs.:Termite wings debt nilkn tax on land* information on elevation
:W'', Beach. The mailfeg address In Zo... One and ettlnaj % maximum in(
Pharmacy, is P.0. Box 1497, St'Peters are of equal length and extend far and a ml, 'minimum; providing- for an many areas) since there have been
: beyond 'fee.'' body., Ant annual a lands Is no complete
burg. Florid*. The telephone number ; have un- Bon Ooa :dnL.tasa maximum surveys or mapping
Is St. 411 wings. whloh{ en not gaffe. sofa leontlnuln eke pratoat. He programs.
I Petersburg $1831.1.V' per acre
V *.V, .... maintenance tax A Uadc In S on. lroqu ols
'V Twa 1 i
: providing ftK
In* borrow.
'Glade Roofing Co.tlt U.' fee Asaerieaa" Lt
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who temfcM are, MraljM, and, Oto .
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