The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The Clewiston News Sweetest"America Town'e .

Return Postage Guaranteed. Sac 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 Per Yea CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MARCH 14 1963 VOLUME; 36 NUMBER H I

REP, C. E. MINERIS Here's Gist Of

: HOSPITALIZEDRepresentative Local Legislation ,

Charles E. ,J
Miner Is W In' Hendry General Proposed legislation of purely
local nature has been
Hospital where proferred to
he was admitted -
Representative C. E. Miner and
as a'patient the first of j
last week. Senator Elmer Friday for passage I

hr His health has not been good In the session of the '
t. ture which convenes in
aLL shown for several tremendous years, stamina but he has until see April 2. lel1.la'I'I

The city of Clewlston has
recently. He has curtailed
b' :
his activities and led a quiet for passage of two acts:
((1)) To authorize city police to
LETT AND GEORGE WOOD life at home for.."er.llDoalba.
admiring tM
pursue alleged violators outside of
which Johnson hold : His: lad appearance at a pub
piece of silver This sliver U Just it 1 t city limits within the county In
lined from their "One-Eye Gold Mine". The are U rich In boU I lie gathering here was last November "hot pursuit" without a warrant
,when be addressed
find ,old. ((2) To authorize the municipal
members of the local Rotary
Club. He ..... however, maintained judge of Clewiston to issue search

! contact with county warrants
school and The Board of County Commissioners -
ROSPECTOR city authorities and
has asked for of
conferred with Senator Elmer -
three acts:
Friday on the forthcoming
legislative session. ((1)) To permit the board to make

non-bid purchases up to but not exceeding
$1,000. (Present limit Is

EADS WESTjohnson Legion Celebrates "! WOO.((2)) To clarify a special act.

SHERIFF BAaL DTESS and his staff are son Graham and Calvin Swindle. Not present passed at the 1961 legislature glv

e 44th Birthdaythe shown In his office In the new Jail at LaBelle. when the picture was made Is deputy Jimmie bong each commissioner $25 expense

, Left to right standing are Deputies Otis Wright Cypress Some of these are part-time employees money monthly. The presentact
Slrman D'e... Leslie Carlton Seth Howard J. -STAFF PHOTO. requires vouchers. The boardis
[ has the wanderlust Club 44th birthday of the American W. Fewer, Wayne Hodges, Raster Hadklns, HadHERE'S asking for the $25 expense

> his eye. There are a number of prospectors Legion was celebrated at the, money without the necessity of.
_he spring a young man's who live' In Florida says dewlston Poit Home Monday evening submitting bills or vouchers.:

[may react as the poet says Johnson. They spend their vacill by Legionnaires and Auxiliary ((3)) To change the county line
hears only the call of bona camping and mining. Som.stthos. ecommander Charlie Ollphant, as WHAT OCCURREDIN from the center of State Road 80 to

far away- places f.millelo along-In Georgia to of Clewlston Post No. the north right of way of State

J hardy souls still gather to point near the Dahlonega site of 93, was master of ceremonies and Road SO (where applicable) to ,

(the earth and streams for one of the nation's first gold minesnd host.A. ,' avoid legal technicalities in ease
silver. and In North Carolina near Boone number of distinguished Legionnaires 'of accident. Presently the north

fc ten extended summer min and Blowing Rock and in South and Auxiliary members part of the road Is in Glades County '

arts, Bill has graduated from Carolina near Greenville and In came from out of town to join the FERRARA PROBLEMThe .: and the south. part Is in Hendry

I panning of river beds to a many other places where streams local group. County along a stretch several

mine in the Arizona desert provide some gold and varletiles Among Ninth District officers miles In length. The change Is with ,

[20 miles east of the Califorle of precious: stones and of course, were Commander Joseph Club the consent of Glades County ;
And he's planning to start In the West. man Post 268 Greenacres\! City; Hendry County Board ol head "Who's Next to Take Football : the coming school year." Flaghole Drainage District Is ,I r.

I there in a matter of weeks. Johnson made several tripe 'To John J. Adams, judge advocate; Public Instruction;,-.t a special Lumps as Coach of 'Sugar I,, siting for passage of special,.. i
Doc chaplain Charles 21, 1963 voted Town in the column June 18, 1957
a is a real miner-member of northern California where he Spence ; meeting on February Troopers'T I lation which authorizes a plan of ,
H.rt. executive committeeman; relieve Carl "Florida Scene, with Nell: Mr. Carl Ferrara
merican Gold Association, panned gold in the TrInity. Salmon unanimously to Prep reclamation for the district
Bill Hearn historian Merrill )his. duties at Amour" This article low-rated Clewiston I
Inember of the Western Mln- and Feather River localities. He ; Ferrara of coaching I The Board of Public Instructionof
Meade past district commander; Clewlston School. This was Clewiston High and opened with Florida
until (an affiliation of west- attended Prospectors Clubs and Informal High Hendry County has asked for
Irene Stetter adjutant, and others. recommendation of Principal the sentence "The last step before Dear Carl: .
ping organizations united for meets and got acquainted on I. passsge of one act, permitting' it to
I recognition of western min with as prospectors as Past Commander Dave Stockman J. E. Brandon and Superintendent nothing Is the task of coaching As you probably know at its May make non-bid purchases up to
| and a member and Florida many pos Introduced the visiting Legion J. H. Bible. This action: was not football at Clewlston High." And meeting the Board authorized your $1,000.

f r: of the United Prospectors (Continued on page C) alres and Mrs. Naomi Stockman reported to the press following the continued 'To most coaches Clew- return to annual contract because
introduced the vlsltng Auxiliary meeting and Ferrara was notified Istoa is more than a kiss of death" this office had received no answerto

members headed by Mrs. Lee of the board's action by letter from Some time after the publicationof : a request that you let the Board School SymposiumAt

Braizke department president, the superlnendent the fint article a Herald reporter know whether or not you Intendedto
IS CONTINUES and Mrs. Ellis Lamb Ninth Dis- On Thursday Mareb 7. the MI- telephoned Superintendent Bible return. Since that time your answer P.T.A. TuesdayHarold

tract president. ami Herald on Page 2 of Its sports to discuss the matter with him. was received and the "Pack Estep. W. G. Perry and
Other visitors Included W. L. section (Sec. C) printed an article Disappointed that the request had age Salary Legislation" passed by Carl Hornsby will present a
Van DeVender: Boynton Beach; datelined -fcUC'/ISTQN and not come before the first story was the Legislature. Not wishing your symposium
John Arnold Scoring; H. Beck W.' credited to Herald Service with a published and feeling that the salary to'be"reduced by> their action at on Florida's education program >> I,
the-meeting of the Par-
CINE THIS WEEK E. Eggleston. Jack Rashley and four column head reading "Fer- least discussion In papers outsidethe which would be the case aDder ent-Teacher Association next Tuesday ,
Cecil Bain Belle Glade; Tom Cro- rara Feels Clewiston Ax And Then county was most desirable Bi- the new law the Board rescinded evening
fet Boynton Beach.A WHY?" ble declined to discuss the matter : their motion, thus return-
buffet dinner was served prior Students entering the school Ing your status to continuing con- The three men'are attending the
ii c'f-r:! to irlnr: CM Type Sunday ct the various stations.n tIJ the meeting. There were talks The article after stating the buildings one morning were greeted tract. annual convention of the Florida I I

bn> Oral Vaccine to as many thj C.ew.ston area 1.953 persons:! by several of the distinguished visors. board's action quoted Ferrara assaying by the sight of two large sacks However It Is the feeling of all Education Association and will i

:cs: p.be, : the Health De- took the vaccine a disappointing "The last two seasons have stuffed with paper hanging over concerned that any future problems bring information on the programs i

ent and the SOS Steering number to the volunteer workers A Legion birthday cake was cut been the worst (won-loss-wtse) the entrance. One bore the tag or disssstlsfactions which yon which the schools ask to be considered

fcittee have arranged to con who hope the number will be In. to the strains of the Happy Birth- since I've been here, but I don'thonestly "Bible" the other, a tag "Bran- may have should be discussed with at the coming legislative
|giving it through this week. creased this week. In the LaBelle day song. think that had anythingto don." the administration, and If necessary session

area 1,272 persons took the Type Certificates of merit for their do with It. I really can't say the Board rather than with They will also talk on the following r
During the night Saturday someone -
sifieds Haveng III vteclne Sunday. LaBelle made services to the Legion were pre why I've been fired because there threw a foot-wide. blob of brilliant newspapers citizens or non-school subjects: ((1)) teachers their education
| a much better showing than Clew sented to Frank E. Veltre adjutantand has been no communication between red paint on the front wall organizations salaries, testing of teachers

Reach iston. The 1,272 persons represents Ernest O. Miller commanderIn the principal and me for of Principal James E. Brandon'snew It is our desire Carl that you and how they are allocated
apprcxlmately M per cent of the 196162. months." of cooperate rather than criticize and according to units. (2)) tools In the
(classified advertisement in population. Clewston'.1.956ls! onlya The article continued "The Clewston home. Making the rounds thus help us build better system.I schools, such as books, visual aids,
Clewlston News has a l- -n-g little more than 60 per cent of coach said the school has the school property on Sunday Mr. hope that this letter In some way supplies, etc and ((3)) facilities
found obscene
as more than one user has the persons who took the Type II, Roger Morrison been operating without an athletic Brandon two sln'l explains the feeling concerning our meaning school buildings and
lettered in similar red paint.
[outfit vaccine in November. I Starts Sentence director for a year. 'Mr Brandon school school relationships equipment.A. .
obliterated before
week a letter was reed (Clewiston High Principal Ralph
The SOS Steering Committee Sincerely yours,
Roger Morrison was opened on Monday ,
1 by The News from aIn wUl send the, mobile units to Raiford Brandon) took over the athletic Mrs. Agnes Y. Thomas
er\ber\ Morrlstown Ind.Ing Friday to the the state prison in directorship and he makes all the Carl Ferrsra has expressed deep .. i Brand New Idea !
schools on
the five
that Thursday morning to begin a said. 'He is regret at these'' Incidents stating
we help him raH mm Friday afternoon decisions Ferrara June 24. 1957
sugar sentence resulting from a "The moat forward
a classUled ad which lot at BAB year making next year's schedule himself that he in no manner condones any Dear Mrs. Thomas thinking
and to the parking Eve
traffic death on Thanksgiving since Harry built the front
s only I know what such attitude or actions on the
a telephone number. on and I didn't even Thank for letter of
AP Supermarkets you your
|couldn't write the letter to Friday evening. This should 1959.Morrison was convicted of manslaughter teams we were playing until I read part of any student or anyone else June 18 In which you stated the the porch way en Uncle the White, Dan from House"DevUs Is.
{telephone number and askfs opportunity to : It in the paper. And a couple of in the situation.It board had Authorized my return to
give ample death of George Garden I
In the describe Idea
to shocked is the of school! officials
call the number and immunityto days later I was really hope annual contract because of the delay
everyone t* obtain William Thurston of Sarasota, Inan one of ear subscribers sent I
Kwd out and those concerned, including
the letter which he read were dropping
en. in polio. be- I when I we in receiving my answer as
Type accident on State Road him recently ;
will be
that the
of the Suncoast Conference to Join Ferrara, whether or not I Intended to re
receive their pre- LaBelle and Clewlston. Lest week he swore off worrying
I were happy to do so, and Children will tween I the Ridge.' left to rest In peace. The decision turn. Since the board lies rescinded
at school today had been free on bond pending about the national debt,
%e results are satisfactory to registration! slips He 'I am confused all right but I'm of the school board was based on probably this letter is wasted time,
home to their from the Circuit Court hot this Idea put him back on-
them appeals
1 and wM take else In grounds which each of them felt
wcerned. We think that sub- not the only one. No one however I feel that you should
has not received His appeal was denied in the trail of government spending
who decision. -
r will be a Clewiston real- oarents. Anyone I town knows what's going on either completely justified their action. know the facts if ypu are not entirely
March at !
of You'll
the vaccine Sunday the District Court Appeals from records of enjoy reading what
Mr. Some
no day soon.don't 1 -except for Mr. Brandon and excerpts aware of them as of this
able to get itat Lakeland which reviewed the case he says I
will be
/ YOU try a rUssIfled 10. or since, Bible and they're not telling the school on which this feelingwas date. 1
J or buy something you want? i the school on Friday. Parents and upheld the lower declined court. The to I anyone'." based is published in this In compliance with the board's J 1J
should sign their slips and send Florida Supreme Court In Issue for the Information of 1I
ps article appeared any
your reply will come from Fri in view of the A similar request, for, an .answer as to our
Inert-door them back with. the children review the case. Times. Interested I
nelahbor- r from I Court's decision. the Palm Beach Post or persons.EXCERPTS Intentions to return to dewiston
r faraway place. day. District On the same day The Clewlston I I had written an acceptance letter

News published the story that Fer FROM before the final date requestedby I

tars had been relieved of his the board. Before n.alling this ,r',
caching duties by the school: board SCHOOL RECORDSEditor's letter I called a member of the

and listed the three reasons given board and asked him what would )
for the action. The News received ( Note: Because of happen If the letter was not In

its Information by telephoning superintendent the great Interest shown InClewlston on time. I explained to him that I a

J. H. Bible. and elsewhere In the was hiving difficulty: making up
Feeling that the articles In daily action of the Hendry County my mind since I had a couple of a

papers of wide circulation presented School Board In relieving Cart very good offers and my friends
the Clewlston situation unfairly Ferrara of his duties as coach (many whom I didn't realize were

the school board decided to the following excerpts from interested) were urging me to
hold> an executive session with board minute and other school stay. I told the board member thatI

only Carl Ferrara J. E. Brandon records are published. They was accepting! 'but would resign

and board members present in an are placed In chronological sequence later if I decided: to leave. I also

effort to see that newspaper articles each Item Is self-ex asked him whether it was legal

In the same vein were not planatory, and each has some for the board to make the request

continued. The meeting was called significance In connection with He told me, "The letter was only ;:

r Vyl 1rr late Thursday afternoon March the school board action. Some a request In order for the boardto H
a -the date the article was pub paragraphs were placed In boldface get an idea of how many teachers : ; (

lished. When members arrived at type In the newspaper office would be leaving and what positions
the board room in the court houseat because of their slrnlrteance would nave to be "filled."

LaBelle. five Clewlston resl- In connection with the He further'stated that he did not t 5r 5rJ.

dents[ were on hand to attend the 'school board.) believe that I should accept until

meeting, not realizing was called I had definitely made up my mindto

as an executive session These res- Excerpts from Minutes of July stay and not to send my letter
dents were Ernie MIller George 11. 137i until I had made up mind In order
Waldron Shorty Dyal. Jimmie not to Inconvenience the board.
Harris and J. Varnadore. In deference i "The Superintendent read correspondence THIS I DID. I only happened to

to the men who had driven as follows: find out about the action: of the
+ the distance to attend the meeting 4. The Superintendent's letter board In its May meeting when I
the board members changd the dated June 18 to Carl Ferrara advising
Y meeting from an executive session him that any further problems minutes

to a special meeting and Invited or dissatisfactions which he your suggestion to the board and "
4i winner of i
O. Davidson m was
the visitors to attend might have should be discussedwith Its subsequent action.
At the meeting Ferrara volun the administration and If This letter Is not Intended to be the Showmanship trophy at the

teered not tl stimulate any further necessary with the Board, rather anything except an explanation of Tenth Dairy Show at the Headry

newspaper articles. He said some than with the newspapers, citizens why my acceptance letter was late County Fair ree'DUAaa't Cetaaty I \
reporters who were his or non-school organizations. The although I know that Mr. Gerald Agent Gen Harrison, sponsor forth
had mistakenly felt they Superintendent reported that by Manuel acceptance: letter was not 4 H Club work aad supervisor

I rriu--, ---...,IMB I -I --- laglde are air .oaditlone4 offices and tag him. However on frleoda'i letter of reply dated June 24, Mr. In before the deadline and the acCoBtiaeed el young Davidson's project, to

s ; .en have bees moved Into Hendry eew rider prIatoen. with modem eemmualeah March 19>>, the Miami Ferrara Indicated that he would shown with him.STAFF f
"h2LfU '* UB Ue. which adjoins the forr .arten ad aafeb' lutaU.u.u-aTAFF rBOTO. section published a five try to be more) cooperative during ( onPage 4) room I r f r

with a driad everhead eer-

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House with a new remedy for
Page 3 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.J NEWS, Thun., March 14. 1963; e=eeeee4.ee Devil's Garden Says: what ails us and afore dark it leon
Uncle Dan From the agenda in the Congress.

I Now the only aging it ,Its, allows
Ilt'S History Ii IiI '.
| we skate. down -, '
: DEAR MISTER EDITOR: reduce forward Clem, is while it's traveling from / alt.nia
The Clewiston NewsPublished I'm real much obliged to that I about 12 Is the most since Harry I' the White House to the Capitol. z paaol
THIRTY YEARS AGO subscriber fer sending in the letter -I thinking I hare saw onto Zeke Grubb said it reminded him
I front porch
(From Clewliton News, Doolittle and bunt that Howard
to about
you moonshiner that was takinga SP
Gluing rid of of the
every Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, Clewiston, I March Je, 1'33)) the fellers at the country store the White In House.38 states and just load of liquor to town. Him and Mirror neta
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc, a Florida Corporation. The Watanabe Hotel business trying to trim our Senators and confining the graft the under the table his old lady was setting up in the "Studio

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1927, at the Post was told to Mr. and Mrs. F. R. House members to half what we and In the public trough boysto truck seat and they was driving $325.00
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Congress of March 3, Maxwell, who formerly operatedthe now got He makes a good Constitution point 12 states would save the taxpayers I mighty alow. His old lady ask him -
1879. "Maxwell House." Mr. and there when he says the several billion dollars if he was driving so slow on account -
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher Mrs. Hansel McDufflo assumed calls fee 2 Senators. .. of being afraid of the law. LAKE

Subscription Rates ..r .._ ,. ".00 per :year u"Rlpq management of the Maxwell House when He has he also they got a ain't food nobody point .a,1eaeEd "Naw," be replied, "I Just wantto
says to split APPLIANCE
the Ever- willing
frost in
was was even age it some.
(Return Postage Guaranteed) 4p estimated lossof Bowed to mess with the United git rid of half Ph TU
glades, causing an the 38 states we Your truly X7151R
Advertising Rates on application. The Ali revs 275 cars of vegetables.A States Constitution but Republican' and half Democrat. Uncle Dan
management reserves the right to reject any U national banking holiday was Bobby and Earl Warren. AM, fer a Republican like Ed
objectional Advertisement OC tss3 a declared but business went on, II And he has got a extra good who claim it was a Democrat that I .
Devoted to the advancement and welfare usual, reports the News. point when he warns that if we trlcfcedr Adam into eating the apple
of Clewiston and Hendry County; rIO" At the movie: Gary Cooper In "I mess with the matter we're liableto this Is a major compermlse. .w 'tya'a
I Had a Million." have the FBI gitting us out of Incidental, some of the fellers' e ii
Telephone; Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 e e e bed at 3 In the morning tee ques was Of the opinion this subscriber i sou To T '
THE NEWS' aeeumee no reeponelblllty for the return of unsolicited
manu.crlpt. or photocrapheTHH TWENTY TEARS AGO tioning. But an, the fellers that sent in this letter was a
NEWS aeeumee no financial reiponilbllltjr. for typographical (From Clewiston News agreed they was willing to takea real thinker and maybe we bet- '
iron or omml..lon. In advertleement but If notified of. such error. before March 12. 1M3) chanct on all three items if we ter find out more about him and IM MY
the next I..ue of the paper will reprint correctly that part of the down
advertisement In which the error occurred In the event a time element Riddle Field's first fatality was could git the Senators cut maybe run him fer the Congressnext
would render the correction yaluel.. .. the News will reduce the price from 2 to 1. around. Clem Webster
old Instructor time
of the advertisement by an amount equal to the percentage of the total A. R. Thompson, 37 year And this subscriber's Idea to
.pace a. the erroneous or omitted cOPT repretented. whose trainer plane crash allowed as how we cold run him
ed 2% miles northwest of the on a 12 States &; 1 Senator platform -
"WHEN YOU WORK FOR A MAN. IN HEAVEN'S NAME field. His student, Cadet Derrick Hendry County, spoke at the dedication -,* add a couple planks about
WORK FOR HIMIF HE PAYS YOU WAGES THAT SUP- Holroyd was seriously Injured but of the new Harlem Academy cutting taxes and increasing benefits ,
PLY YOUR BREAD AND BUTTER WORK FOR HIM recovered. Sunday afternoon as several and make him a winner.

SPEAK WELL OF HIM. THINK WELL OF HIM. STAND BY Sandy Bell, John Robbins, Quen. hundred white and Negro residents Clem the theory the old Say a Happy Easter to
HIM AND STAND BY THE INSTITUTION HE REPRESENTS." tine Fountain and Elbert Thigpen Joined the ceremony. Band and says friends and relatives we
Indian had of making the
began Army tralnlnng at Camp choral groups from nearby schools have charming Easter cards
BlancUng.: Ray Sullivan enteredthe gave an outstanding musical pro longer by cutting off one for you at
U.S. Marine Corps.M. gram. end and sewing it to the other

W. Bill was chairman of the Drilling of a test on well in the end war now good, solid Harvard
The Ferrara Situation Red Cross War Fund Drive. Clewlston area walt begun by T. B. thinking WtthlnrUm and
would be
our candidate running
Barney Thomas was elected com- Houck, contractor for Coastal Pet- !
When the school board relieved Carl Ferrara of his coachIng mander of the American Legion roleum Company in the latest style
Post. Lenore Lewis and David Veale Bug Hookum was lamenting that
duties it stirred up a hornet's nest, as could be expected. Fit. L(. Nlckerson talked to the were married in a ceremony at the great trouble in Washington

Ferrara has been a highly successful coach at Qewiston Legionnaires on the British Legion the Moore Haven Methodist today is because they don't let
and described its activities Church. things simmer and soak fer a PHARtVlACZY
for more than 10 years. His football teams have a 6- 5-4 over-
: aid to disabled veterans of Business and Professional Women spell afore they take action. Bug
all record (includes non-conference games) and most of their Phone YUba 2.3311 Clewlctoe, yta
the last World War. entertained their bosses with a claims some bright feller will wake
have them in size of school. He has been
opponents outstripped Sinclair Knight Jr., was assignee barbecue at the'Elks Club. up in the morning at the White
named Coach of the Year .In'! Suncoast Conference. He has to gunnery school In Fort Myersfor -- --

brought much favorable publicity to Qewiston by producing a training period

winning teams for a vary small squad. His ability to coach Mrs. W. L. Lott entertained witha : :- j. ... .. .
teams whidh:have won against such large schools has won him luncheon bridge for Mrs. Frank k? -d
well;deserved praise. He is equally well known locally for his Veltre of Fort Bragg, N.C., who {< ; tl' \iI. "ft" ',\': Complete Line Of
successes cfr'a, sports fisherman and a golfer. He brings in was the guest of her parents, Mr r ;

spectacular strings of bass and wins the City Championship on and Mrs. C. S W.e Fuller.TEN e e. i ir : : ';"

the golf course year after year He Is a devoted Elk and has YEARS AGO __ ; k, Building Material(

served his lodge as Exalted Ruler. (Frorm Clewtston New, ? :' '

Despite all this, the Ferrara situation has been a controversial Agnes March Thomas 12, 1953)Mrs. superin- ,j'..., :\ ,r,, ", ',
for and records indicate that school officials and Y
one years, .
tendent of public Instruction for N
principals have found him difficult d r I, r> .

The most deplorable part of the present situation is that it ;- FOR LARGE OR SMALL
has engendered some depraved acts on the part of someone g alb

who felt he was championing Ferrara's cause, and that it has I I' 1 CONCRETE JOBS, OUR RADIO
brought discord and unrest to the schools. ': ,
\ .tltI
Truthfully, most of the criticism of the school board's actionis CONTROLLED TRUCKS WILL

on the manner in which it was handled, rather than on the A STUDENT SPEAKS
action Itself. Hindsight being better than foresight, we can all DELIVER YOUR NEEDS QUICKLY
say smugly what should have been done, but there is no wayto Ferrara or Brandon-Bible Is not -
be assured that the explosion which occurred would not have the problem. Sometime during the ; AND EFFICIENTLY.
night of March 3 one or more persons -
occurred, regardless of the manner the action was handled. walked the lawn of Clewiston(

Certainly we regret exceedingly that we lose the coaching High School. What events happened -
services of Ferrara; he has been our friend and pleasant for the at this time is not yet known. .
newspaper to work with; we have enjoyed and appreciated his But as the students entered the
0 senior high, entrance, their atten-
tion was drawn to two stuffed sacks
But we know that through the years there have been many that hung above their heads. One
instances of his violations of rules. The school board apparently held a sign reading "Brandon" the
feels that the rules and regulations shall apply equally to all other "Bible. These were directed Hare Lumber and Ready Mix Inc.

teachers and employees and that continued violation of them to both men for relieving Carl ,
Ferrara of his coaching duties last
cannot be permitted. For this, we commend the board. week.

The Important thing is that our schools shall operate for the During the night of March 10, Call YUkon 24411 Haiti St.-Clewiston

welfare and education of our children, and this should be kept they struck again They showed
uppermost in our thoughts and actions. their mentality this time by
spreading red paint on Mr. Bran-
We have a fine faculty at our Qewiston schools and we don's house and by doing a "touch-
are Indeed proud of them. As a community we try to make them up" job on the high school. COMET MARCH
welcome and to let them know their efforts with our children are It is not our responsibility to de- ANNOUNCEMENT
appreciated. termine who's right or who'
wrong. But as a community we
A harmonious relationship of the community with the schoolis should join together and try to prevent -
essential to good te ching. It is our duty to provide a good such a scandal.
"climate" for our teachers, and then to let the school people run W* are living in a modern era

the schools, giving! our support and cooperation when asked. must we go back to uncivilized f VeweYYwY Yeey,,, Naryasslee
ways of unity.; Who ever did this a,,,
Qewiston has been, commended by visiting school officials juvenile act will be punished, but ..
and evaulation committees for the fine relationship of the school will this be the end? There will
and community. This is a time when that relationship is being never be an end, but as a united r N

I i tested.If. community, we can prevent most 01; _
these happenings and at least
approach -
anyone Is Inclined the "take sides" in this or any other this end with our beads
situation he must remember that the school itself is of the greatest carried high.

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; ,. I DATES JUNE 18,19The Bowling LeagueTeam I Club I PlannedJ. II III. i
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1963 National Pee Wee Golf Won Lost James Wynn is one of a groupof ., .1':
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Championship-the nation' only Sport Shop .._ 61 39 horsemen (or is it cattlemen) ..... : ..
serVice I golf tournament with competition USSC ........._.._._...__ 59 41 who are Interested in a Roping! and '- .-- ...... .
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: for linkiteri ai young ai three Hare Lumber 51 49 Riding Club such: as one was
bulletin years old will be June 18 and Toggery Shop _._._._ 50 50 formed in and near dewlston.
19 at Rio Plnar Country dub In Parkinsons __.._._ 49 51 All persons who are interested
Orlando Fla.. Tournament Chairman Glades Restaurant ..... 48 54 are asked and invited to meet at
H. R. Cloud announced: re Old SOUth uiim-.i.iumiuumi 45 55 Jimmie Woodward's pasture about .
cently.: Wilson Lumber _,....- 39 61 six miles west of dewiston on
The unique event, sponsored by Highway 27 Sunday afternoon .
the Greater Orlando Chamber of High Individual Game March: IT at 2 o'clock.Admission : : favorite'In D
Commerce: and Minute Maid Company Polly McLendon: .?,.?__ 188 is free and visitors are
: features play for golfer Pat Baker ..... .. .. ...... 180 welcome. There was considerable
three to fifteen years old. Competi- Sally Townsend _- ....__ 166 interest in gatherings of this group millions )
tion Is in five age groups with a few :years ago, and it mad ''''0
separate divisions for boys and DIP Individual Series an Interesting sport for spectators. of Dixie 'l'
girls. Pony McLendon: __ 504 i Those who enjoy the sport hope ,
The age brackets and holes they Pat Baker ___.., 502 : many others from Moor Haven homes
play are 3-5. 3 holes; 8-7.10 holes: Dora Belcher: __ 433 'and Clewistoa areas will be on
8-9, 18 holes and 10-13 and 1J-13. hand Sunday
36 holes. Filming "Route 66"AtWeekiWachee
This will be the 17th edition of Tiger Golfers Win
the tournament, begun In 1M7 by t -
Orlando dally newspapers to encourage Week! Wachee: has announcedthat : Triangular Match .
golfing Interest among the popular CBS television The Clewlston High School golf I
youngsters. It has since: Il'OWnlDto show Route 66, will film a one team played; a triangular match:
one of the country's: best known hour show on location: at the springfor with Palm Beach: and Vero on the ATTENTION S
junior meets last year attracting one week starting March 11th Clewlston course Monday afternoon -
more than 200 contestants from 17 (Monday).
defeating Vero 3-1 defeatIng -
states. Martin Miner a female guest Stuart 4-0 and tielng Palm Farmers Cane Growers and RanchersLOOK
Tournament officials noted that star and the entire company: of Beach: at 2 all reports Coach: Carl ,
this ;year's National Pee Wee will 65 people will shoot the newest Ferrara. TO THE FUTURE AND
also have an International flavor episode of the popular series each Palm Beach: beat Stuart 4-1 and
Five ;year old Andrew McConnell: day from S a.m. until 8 p.m. beat Vero 3-1 and Vero beat Stuart WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING
CONTINUINGPURINA son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack: McConnell : It is understood here that the 31. Some girls teams also came
London England will travelto story will center around a real along and Palm Beach: girls beat
Orlando to vie in the tourney. I mermaid and that the 25 Weekl Stuart 4-0. while Vero beat Palm A Low Cost Farm Moricare
RESEARCH Wachee mermaids will make up Beach: 211, and Vero beat FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN
Hendry County part of the cut. Stuart 40.Details Will Parish Cash TeRefinance
One of the "extras" you set when The filming will take place: at on the local matches with debts.
Hospital Notes Week Wachee Spring located: at Palm Beach Matt Stanton defeated e Finance firm Improvements, new buildings pmrehts
you feed from the Checkerboard bag Patients discharged: : the Junction: of U.S.1s and Florida Steve Luklns on an extra hole 1 wind machines and Install Irrigation.Asslat .
March 6-James Lucas.: Rt. 50, on the central West Coastof up; Mike Durrence: lost to John e In purchase .f a farm grv *r ranch.Purchase .

The nutritional needs of livestock and poultry are March 7-Janet Sue Hedges Roy Florida. 'Weber 2 down; Micky: Flsk won S s Preside capital more funds land. for the farm enterprise.
under continuing study at Purina Research laboratories Smith Harold Wagoner Nestor I from Bill deVeer 2 up end Eugene ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN
and farms across the country. Navarro Juan Peres Otto DeLa Frank Tokieda fine lost to Bill Ferguson\ 2 down.In HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES
Cruz. Bonlfacla Acosta. the Vero matches: Stanton 1. Lewer
Purina has devoted more than 80 years of practical March: Serefine Morrell Earl Wins Promotion lost to George Hickey 1 down; .. Lover terms (up U SO years).
!research to getting answers from birds: and animals as Keen Beatrice: Yon. In a new system; of ranking Durrence: won from Rick: Whit- 3. Dependable service (serving agriculture exclusively
to what they need to produce more meat, milk March: 9-Elalne Strickland, Ma which: was inaugurated in the cadet field 4 up flak won from Nell since 1111).
ate rla Gomez. corps at The Cltdel, Charles McMillan: 1 up and Hlne won from 4. Fall prepayment privileges without penalty. l lI.
eggs at low cost March: 10 Mrs. Laura Wells ton. S.c., Frank Tokieda received: Art Karat 3 up. Lean service by local people familiar with leeal agrteoltore. -
Each new Purina Chow or Health Aid we sell has Mrs.Ruth Jackson: William Andes promotion to the rank of corporal. In the Stuart match Stanton defeated .
already proved its value in Purina Research: Lahore* Frank is a second year student: Rusty Bond 5 up; Durrence: If we can b* *f serrke i* yew pleas write *r paeae
tories and at Purina Research Farms. Products son.March 11-Wan Ezelle William formerly only junior and seniors won from Dan Fogt. 4 up; Flsk W. R. MAY Mgr er DOYLE E. ABBOTT Mat Mgr. .
carryhi De Smlt, John C. Swindle Thorns were ranked above a private. In won from Mike Yogi S up and
the Checkerboard label have proved their worth. RldgdUI. the new system the top five ranked Hlne won from Kelly Child*. 1 up. Federal Land Bank Association

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lie Yaun. were advanced: to the rank of corporal coma: of the company.: :
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Mr. Lay probably told you. I am lie had
Page 4 THE CLEWISTON Fla..> NEWS Thurs.. March If_.., 1963 ,, ce.."" Leon Vending board at a special meeting yesterday played may have or may not of have(M). new to the State of Florida and the Principal discutsed the ma
bad already contributed to the I Inasmuch *s plans contributed to lit takes time to adjust to every sit would also be dlscutte
oped at Okeechobee when your October 27, 1958 been formulated for the summer Whether his playing '
uation. I am aware, however, that Carl Ferrara witp
FERRARA coach played a number of studentsin Mr LaFayette Golden recreation program for Clew that situation or not is immaterial.From I
is no excuse.
what was supposed to have beena Executive Secretary talon LaBelle and Harlem schools, the Information I have received Ignorance
to -
((3)) I have not written :you
B, squad game on Tuesday who Florida High School Activities Association the board did not take- any action!: it appears evident that you because Mr.

:(Continued from Page 1) had played in an A squad game I on your request for a change i in have turned the matter of eligibility about informed this situation me that you would OBITUARY
Fer Lay
the previous Friday- night I have the over completely to
Gainesville, Florida summer recreation program
tlqn was taken. against me alone. taken into consideration the state Dear Mr. Golden: dates. It was pointed out to the rara, who has been coaching at get in contact with me. I do not MRS FRANCES L. E\vu.

It'w.. most regretable and de ment by your coach and you to We have no protest to make board, that the summer recreation Clewiston a number of years and I see that it is necessary to see to ;you the Mr,. Frances t

plorable that some "off the rec the effect that be was ignorant of against the payment of the fine program dates '!that were previously who very likely wanted to continue I personally or to appeal We have died Friday at her Lorene New1au
ord" statements made to a friend the rule and had played the boys that has been assessed against us. adopted, were coordinated with to handle that item as he had in Executive Committee. Haven, where she horne In Moo
turned up Into print. I immediatelycalled I the previous Friday night in an I trust you will understand vacation schedules of school pert the past. I have repeatedly urged broken the law and must pay, although last five years had UVed lit

the author of the printed effort to hold down an unequal the error made by our coaching sonnel, and also tied in with a principals, through various meansof the penalty does seem to be Mrs.
article and found that he "wai I score. staff was not premeditated. We heavy school maintenance program communkation, to keep all records quite severe. It seems that some I; tier in Newlan was I Pioneer
only trying to help." I told him he: The Constitution provides for a shall never repeat this error. for the summer months. Under the of eligibility in the main office leniency could be extended for my-' the North MismI Belch

had hurt me deeply but the damage .I maximum penalty of$50 for use of Since the Okeechobee newspaperhas circumstances, I am sorry that the and not turn these matters over to first offense rather than penalize where fore she had lived 'lnce 1002;It

was done and all I can say is, each Ineligible player in a game. I been so abusive to our coacheswe board could not give consideration coaches.I Coach Ferrara as your letter seems coming to Moore Have .
I'm sorry.We have had various statements from are seriously considering the to your request. have not heard anything from to imply. was a member of the Moore IL
are about to start a new Coach Ferrara as to the number of cancellation of all athletic relations I might add.Uut It was the feeling M you relative to this matter and am ((4)) In the future eligibility lists en First Baptist Church.

year. I am determined to try to students who participated. I also with Okeechobee High School. df all the school board member loathe to asses a penalty without will be handled and filed throughmy Funeral service were held

undue all damage and improve myself have a list of 10 names submittedby In fact we have cancelled our return that your request shouldhave hearing from you. This is to notify office.I I First Baptist Church Monday II'
and our relationship to the Mr. Leon Yeilding, principal of B game to avoid further been channelled through your you that if you care to come shall await for ;your final de the Rev. Teddy Creenberrer, a

utmost of my abllty. the Okeechobee High School, which abuse. immediate supervisor Mr. Bran to my office and discuss this matter cision.: dieting. Burial Was In

Sincerely, represents his statement as to the We have no criticism to make don, for his approval, before being r before the following proposed Sincerely Memorial Park in North Soup
Carl Ferrara number of boys so participating.The against the school officials of Okee presented to the school board. penalties are assessed against your J. E. Brandon Beach, with PaUlson Funeral!.IiI

I maximum penalty in this instance chobee. We believe they are tryingto With warm personal regards. school, I shall be very glad to hold JEBlg: of Clewiston 11\ chare of
FLORIDA would be $500 or suspensionof the matter and discuss the menu. ant:
1HG91rSC1100LACTIVITIES conduct a good program, but Very truly yours, open
ASSOCIATION your school from membership the Okeechobee newspaper is hamstringing R. M. Hare, Jr.. situation with you. If you do not FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL Among survivors
Gainesville, Florida I in the Association. However, I am them by assuming the Chairman care to do so and prefer to accept ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION ten, Mrs. Mildred are four dau

October 25, 1958 of the opinion that the maximum role of self-appointed director of Hendry County Boardof the penalties outlined that is satisfactory Gainesville, Fla. Moore Haven and Mrse''

Mr. O. K. Phillips penalty would be entirely too severe athletic affairs of the school Public Instruction with me. The third possibility November 2, 1961 Davis Moore Haven
Supervising Principal I under the circumstances. through its editorial policy. RMHdfcc !is that you may wish to Mr. J. E. Brandon, Principal Allahan of Hawthorne; Mr. Lois

Clewi: :m High School Therefore I am hereby assessln'l Sincerely, : Mr. Homed Bible appeal my decision to the Execu- Clewiston High School Jesse E. Hankins, St anal k
Clewlston, Florida against your school a O. K. Philips, Prin. tive Committee. That Is your privilege. Box 638Clewiston and a daughter-in-law Pelersbtc
for violation of lira
the eligibility reIulations I
Clewiston High School Florida
Dear Mr. Phillips: Newlan Jr.. of Boynton
Careful consideration has been in this connection. This OK Pjb: BOARD OF 1. The game must be forfeitedto Dear Mr. Brandon: Beach
fine is payable within ten days PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
I un Okeechobee. At the secondary principals'
given to the situation which devel-
less you want to take an appeal to r r County of HendryLaBelle 2. The Clewiston High School meeting in Tampa we had a discussion BILLY OSCEOLA

the Executive Committee, in which April 28, 1961 Florida will be fined $100, plus Mr. Lay's relative to the penalty assessed
PIZZA case, notice to that effect must be Mr, Carl Ferrara May 2, 1961 expenses in making the investigation against Clewiston High Billy Osccela, 71. died Fnd
on file in this office within ten Clewiston Mr. Carl Ferrara March 8, at
which the
amount is $36 20. School for use of an ineligible player. Big Cypress, &
days. Florida Clewiston 3. The school will be put on probation At your request I agreed to inole Indian Reservation.
YU 2.3311 Cordially, Dear Carl: Florida for the balance of this year. amend item 3, as contained in my A native of
LaFayette Golden Your letter of April 25, addressed Dear Mr. Ferrara:: You understand that probation letter of October 16, to make the had been County,

Sugarland Pharmacy Executive Secretary to me as Chairman of the School I At the Special Meeting of the means that your school will not probationary period apply only to a reservation laborer there,a
LGdew Board resident for '
: of
Public Instruction the
Board on
was presented to the school be allowed to
I participate in any your current football season. In our 15 years
April 27 there was a discussion of I
post-schedule football gama or in conversation nothing was said relative
certain aspects of your school activities Funeral services were held sJ
any basketball or baseball toners to the other two items. I
which the Board wished day, March 10, at the
ment. You will be allowed Cyp
play presumed that would take care
brought to attention. I believe you Baptist Church with
r= :;.cc: $15.95llj' your the regular season's scheduled of the monetary part of this matter the Rev E
: ; that Principal Brandon has div.bussed games and that will be all.I promptly. ry Cypress officiating Burial
; ,(I'uiir rdN these matters with you. I, shall la the reservation cemetery
expect to hear from Please
N8 you let me have a check to
\\1jtf t : to too, shall have a conference with as to your decision in the next take care of this item immediately .\\ / NN\ .\
eJ1. VL'L' you within the next few days. few days. n n r
In the meantime !In order that unless you want to appeal to the WORLDLARGEST
Cordallly Executive Committee. I should
$29.95 there be
\ tiJ may no misunderstanding,
LaFayette Golden
: hear from one or another
the Board has requeited that your you way a rr J ma ISSUE novae !
Executive Secretary within the next few days.Cordially _,
attention be called Call A.
to the fact that LGjjnCC : a Viul
Plaids and Batiks your principal Is your Immediate : seam rasa mmst aw,roc*,*
: Mr. Floyd E.
supervisor, and any suggestions Lay Lafayette Golden enlaacecaaAar asroaeau I Phone VTt* M!

you might wish to make concern Executive Secretary hle
Browns olive blue ing the. school October 17. 1961 LGrmmb: -
program should be Mr.
green, LaFayette Golden r .
channeled through him. Ibis Is Propeller
In cotton and in dacron polyester standard procedure for aU teach Box Executive 73Gainesville Secretary, FHSAA Excerpt 16 1961 from Minutes of November > Inches to 71 Pump Incbei
personnel and
the Board will WELL
& cotton expect: yon to conform to the pro Dear Sir Fla. "The Superintendent reported Centrifugal PUMPS* Turbine
cedure In the future, : "7. That by letters dated Oc toMobile tempt 8" to 2("
Sizes 36 to 42 I plan to discuss this and other answer following to is submitted in ber 16 and November 2, LaFayette Repairs Intunitiou

matters with you within the next 18, 1961: your letter of October Golden, Executive Secretary of the Sales A Service

:, few days. ((1)) Your Florida High School Activities L & F !
letter Engineering
Three button coats in the Sincerely yours, stated correct as Assn., notified Principal Brandon

J. Homer BibleSuperintendent ((2) I did not turn that Clewiston High School had & Pump Co.
over eligibil
played an ineligible player in football
newest fashion flap pockets ity to Coach Ferrara but merely and that certain penaltieshad Moore Haven, Fla.
followed the practice of principals been assessed against the Phone WHitehall 1011NI..bta
FLORID: HIGH SCHOOL before me of letting the athletic school. Phone

narrow lapels ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION director handle eligibility lists. As i The Superintendent stated that : OR 5-3772, LaBelle,

Gainesville, Fla.

October 16, 1961

MEN'S SUITS Clewlston Mr.Box J.638Clewiston E High Brandon.School, Principal I" Clewiston Church Directory YI

1 charcoal Fla.
black brown
dacron & worsted woolin In the latter
rayon part of September South Clewis ton 331 W. OsceoU Avenue 102 E. Ventura Avenue

sizes 36 to 44Parkinson's I had occasion to check on the Rev. Richard Knight, Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor

eligibility of Ronald Weaver, a Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 9:43: a.m.-Church School 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School
student who bad been reported by 11:00: a.m.-Morning service 11:00 Service
: a.m.-Morning
you as never having attended any : a.m.-Sunday School 6:00: p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 Training Union
11:00 p.m.-
: a.m.-Worship Service
Store other high
school and
eligible In all
7 00 Service
: p.m.-Evening
other : p.m.-Baptist Training Union
respects. asked Mr. Floyd 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service
8:00: Service
E. Lay, p.m-Worsbip
our Director of Field! Wednesday
Tuesday: : 7:CO r.r+.-Oflfcers and Teach
Services to make a personal investigation 7:15: p.m.-Choir Practice :
of 8:00: p.m.: -Brotherhood Iccting:
this case. Mr. Lay 8:00 p.m.-Midweek Prayer S Se
reported to me that Ronald Weaver -
dropped out of 7.30: p.m.-Hour of Prayer ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH ice
your school at
CLEWISTON INN'SLENTEN the beginning of the second seniester Thursday: (Episcopal) 8:43 p.m.-cbolr Practice
after 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice 207 N. Pacific
having. some difficulty,
ana enrolled about ten days later The Rev. Clark H. Dorman, Vicar NORTIISIDE MISSIONAIIj

at the Odum High School in Odum,I I Sunday Services: BAPTIST CHURCH
I SPECIAL Georgia. Hit was living with an CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 304 N. Francisco Steel
aunt and uncle while he attended 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Elder Lester D. Reams, P
school there. 306 South Central Avenue, Church School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School

Sunday Only ., This boy returned to Clewiston Saints and Holy Days as an- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
at the Earl Arnold Minister nounced. 6:30: p.m.-BTC
beginning of the current
I L! year with a record of having pass- Sunday: Confessions by appointment 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
a ed four full unit subjects during 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday:

the second semester, in spite of 11:00: a.m.-Worship COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service

the fact that he was falling at least 7:00: p.m.-Worship 407 Royal Palm Avenue
four subjects when he withdrew Wednesday: ST. MARGARET'S CHClCl]
Lobster Crab Melody from your schooL 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotionsand 9-45: Henry H. Ford, Minister Rev Father Charles

As I always do( I accepted your Bible Study 11:00 a.m.-Sunday School 8:00 a.m.-Sunday Mall
i : a.m.-Morning
f statement at face value because 11:00 Worship 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass
I en casserole I had no retson.to; doubt their val : House a.m.-Nurse1'11n the Parish 7:00: a.m.-Dally Weekday W

idity. However, in individual who COMMUNITY 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Ilea(
i Garden Fresh was better acquainted with the sit Fellow 8:00: p.m.-First Wednesday
Vegetables shipWednesday
.. I uation than I was requested me HOLINESS CHURCH month Catholic Lsdks'tar

Tossed Salad with Choice of Dressing to ak.an. revelled tI ation.the situation The investigation Sooth ClewtatoaRev. 7:30: p.m.-cbolr Practice Saturday.. :Society ?

outlined above. vas: a.m.- uuu-'-
J. R. Taylor, Pastor
Clewiston Inn Bake Shop Rolls I wired you *on September 28 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

with Creamery Butter that Ronald Weaver was ineligi 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship APOSTOLIC FAITH HAVEN BAPTIST
ble. However, he bad 72*
already, 7:45: p.m.-sunday Evangelistic South Clewiston Highway
7 Beverage played. The fact that the boy Service. Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vic Turner paste

Wednesday: 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45 a.m.-Sunday School
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Roads In County By TERESA STANTON/ I City LimitsThree

1963.64 Program FASHION SHOW TOMORROW. ...-s.... U .rFf
fashion show will be given by traffic accidents, one eachon
County commissioners! Ruby McIntyre of the Sport Shop Friday, Saturday and Sunday I
Rented their budget requests to I for the Ladles Day luncheon. marred the weekend in Clewiston. '

Estate Road Department''s member The golf amentWUlbei t a + Mrs. Gordon Crofut was serious ly
from the first district, Warren Match Play (net), s. Injured and her daughters Mal'Ion *
ataff at the Bartow SRD First prize in the Blind
cason, and Bogey I and Valerie, slightly Injured
office! Tuesday. Included were por- ParkinsonswithtGalda to NeU when their car was overturned 'L '
the county hiibway badly ,I n taking r Friday afternoon In a collision.
Sng improvement to serve the second. :
The Falcon station wagon with
demand of the ex- On March 29th the
Staff traffic Sebring ladles
will Marion, 15 years old, driving and '
area. Clewiston
agricultural for the I I
pk-dln' Invitational. her mother and sister as passengers 44
cattle ranches and Anyone 4.
fields to
1057 O
cane collided with a vro-
Vegetable require a tremendous participate should sign list on ladies let sedan owned by Harvey Prid- B

amount of transportation, bulletin board and pay secretarytreasurer gen and driven by his son-in-law, I

the board members and Senator I March Ruth Mottley by Billly Wade Sloan, with N. L.
pointed out to the 22nd. )
Elmer Friday I Sloan, a passenger In the car. The
Road Board member. ,I Joe Calcutta Result accident occurred about 3.45: p.m. I II
The primary requests were for Hendry Bobby Berner and Friday at the intersection of Pasadena I Donna Morrison, left, and Rhonda Roth were initialed into the .
reconstruction of Pacific Avenue Campbell Nail made up the winning and San GabrielR. 'Order of Rainbow Girls by the Clewiston Assembly.. Donna U the ?,t v'

!iTciewiston from SR 80 to Sonora with a team 'in the annual Calcutta D. Sapplngton, who Investigated daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison and Rhonda the daughter of
is the heavily traveled f"nUstlcbest bau score of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Roth.
Avenue (this HW2-60 1!! THIS IS THE TOWER OF THE MINE, which Bill Johnson and the accident reported tint :,'
road to.U.S. Sugar Corp. mill,, a 3 on No. 8 George Wood began working last summer. It baa beea abandoned for the Crofut car was driving north on (
'Oe1.ha and
trucks 3
and is also used heavily by Bob parred No. on several years, but lies In an area known U be rich la silver and gold. San Gabriel and ran past a Yield Rainbow Girls
of Clewiston) 1 with BIRTHDAY
from fields south Street In dew-; stroke parred No. 8 to hold it a Principally a told mine, the ere frequently yields surer In quantities sign in front of the Prldgen car I
from Francisco parred No. 13 with'* lirok--a d to bring a return when sold at the mint. which was being driven east on
Hooker'sPoint Initiate TwoThe
Eton through
easterly CraM was
had a 3 on No. 14 Pasadena The car GREETINGSMarch
to US 27, a distance of three t 2. Campbell with a stroke for (Continued from Face 1)) This rock Is crushed and brings overturned in the accident. Mrs.
had held
miles, and 833 beginning seven with a a terrific round about $35 per ton; the rich strata I Crofut suffered broken facial bones Rainbow Assembly an 14-Mildred Currie, Walter
natural with
miles south of SR 80, resurface the on No. 4, plus I 2 stroke on No.and 3, a birdie Prospector will bring about $340 per ton. Thereare and lacerations and her daughters Donna Initiation Morrison at its last and meeting Rhonda, Roth Brantley Jr., Inez Manuel,
and parred
first three miles No. 1J with a stroke for occasional nuggets Imbedded in minor Injuries. I becoming members. Chris Kelly, John Kettl. Betty Miller Frank
next five.Secondary a 2. slble the rock. I the Crofut was I
Tied at 63 especially the old timers.They Damage 'to car advisor Rodriguez.
were two worthy presided.
requests Include: Charlie teams tell :you about new locationsand In Wood's commodious wallet he estimated at 1800 and to the Prld March 15 E1 l 1.1. Anderson
of SR 833 Wlesenteld. Bill Baker and help with and carries several one ounce vials, $200.Saturday I Reports of a successful rummage Rachel
((1)) reconstruction Harry Vaughn Jr. :you suggestions gen car Hodges, Leon Bembry,
four miles, east and south of and Pat with 3O-33-Q. advice, he said each with a tiny bit of gold-grains afternoon about 4:45: sale and of the Rainbow float in Brown.
Clewlston; Gene Hough Morgan Bobby Hare and In one of these gatherings at the or nuggets. There's not enough to a car ran into the rear of another the fair parade were given. March 16-Mrs. A. L. Daughtrey,
with 31-32-63. These American be of really great value, but it's at the traffic I Judy Vann was honored as the
construct bridge over the two teams River, he met George which was stopped Bethla Krantz, Raymond Coots,
( ) split
(2) at Fort Denaud prize. second and third Wood, a prospector and miner of beautiful stuff and just looking at light waiting for it to change from outstanding girl of the Clewiston Norma Jean Beardsley.
Caloosahatchee ; '
from Fort Denaud to Fourth considerable experience, and the it will put wanderlust in your eyes. red to green. A 1958 Volt/wagon: II Rainbow Assembly for 1962. She March 17-Marjorie Daughtrey,
((3)) S78 prize went to Jim conducted to the East where
Brandon (An ounce of gold is worth about of was
DO Rick two men decided to team up tog owned by J. Frank Warmath Loy Doke, Kathy Pittman, Mrs. {
State Road ; new Mattson and Ross Eg- ,:.her, When It got cold up In $100; Wood said there's less than Humbof t, Tenn., who was a passenger -I she received a Certificate of Recognition Harold Files, Cilvln Swindle.
(W) SR 833 beginning 15 miles 33-31-64. All of these California they: decided to hunt a I $1 worth in each vial.) In the car with Willie Stun on behalf of William S. March 18-Mrs. H. J. Andrels,
south of Clewiston (the first 15 men played terrific golf as one warmer spot and went down into Mining Is not for the weak or devent, also of Humboldt driving, Christian, grand master of Masons Addle Mills Mrs. Kenneth Young.
miles of this road is primary can easily see by the scores. Arizona. faint-hearted. It is hard work and was stopped at the traffic !light at I in Florida. March 19-Dr.: H. W. Shupe

road) resurface the first mile and They have staked out a claim or a hardship life "One-Eye" Is locat- Sugarland Highway and Olympia. She was presented a white carnation Norma Crofut, Ralph Ford. Mrs.
reconstruct the next four miles Miss two and last summer mined an ed some 23 long desert miles from A 1962 Falcon with Benjamin Mar- corsage from the assembly Lonnie Ford.
south; Vaughn Joins old abandoned spot to which they Blythe Calif., the nearest shopping celo Senti and Inocenclo Pelaez, a by Mrs L. E. Lee, who was: Judy's March -Mrs. J. T. Suggs.

((5)) reconstruct a 4-mlle portionof gave the picturesque name "One- town. It is a 48 mile pull for passenger, ran into the retr of mother advisor, when she served March 21-0. W. Giddens James
833. Rollins GroupOn Eye: Mine". "George lost an eye: the car and the 4-wheel trailer on the car, damaging the Falcon approximately as worthy advisor. Even though abeia' R. Hall.
Representative C. E. Miner, who ''in a dynamiting accident, and which is mounted the 250 gallon $200 worth. Ernie Sim- a past worthy advisor, she con-
planned to accompany the boardto that's why we picked that name," tank which is their sole water sup mon investigated the accident and tinues to be active in her assem-
Bartow was unable to make the Mexican Trip Johnson explained. ply. A tank full last about a week. charged the driver of the Falcon bly and is serving as treasurer at Lowe, Matthew Prewitt, Marcelyn

trip, Senator Friday, who accompanied Near One-Eye Mine is another, There Is no water In the desert. with careless driving. present Fletcher, Janet and Jim Brandon
the Lee County delegation Miss Evelyn Vaughn, the daughter Gold Eye Mine. It is owned and Even with the shaft at 150 feet Sunday afternoon about 3:30: Judy has a perfect attendance Russell Stevens Judy Brantley; ,
of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. there is no moisture, so men must Allen Butler of BeUe Glade, record since her Initiation in Sep-
for their appointment on the same Vaughn mined by Lahr; Erdman, an old David Sandra and Frank Tomllnson, Ter-
day, was on hand with Chairman is one of 15 Rollins College students miner and son of a miner, whose haul in their water along with who was charged with public tember, 1957. This was the first ry, Debra Padgett, Betty Patterson -
Campbell E. Nail and Commissioners who will spend their spring equipment Johnson and Wood use food and other supplies. They campat I drunkenness, resisting arrest and such award ever given by the local Diane Jury, Danny Scheffler,

G. H. George, R. C. Nowllng, vacation in Mexico, studying the at One-Eye. There Is a 75 kw power the mine, work like fury for destroying city property, drove a assembly H. W. Walter, Kim Sutton, Heana
W. B. Barron and H. S. Parkinson. Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Pen- plant which runs everything by several days, then take a few days 1955 Studebaker along the road on and Arturo Tomeu, Mike and Steve
insula. electricity the air compressors, off to loaf, reported Johnson. the lakeside of the levee. It went 7-Year Old Mark Galasslni, Chipper and Jeff Edwards -

Leaving Wniter Park March 15 jack hammers, the rock crusher When they closed the mine last out of control for 187 feet and Holds Cham and Lee Anna Dickey,
Two dowagers met in Paris by and returning to Rollins and class- and the elevators which go downin laU Wood came to Florida with struck a tree then demolished a Skating PartyMark Mitch Murphy, Glnna Sexton and

accident and tried to Impress each work March 24, the students will the mine. It Is now down 150 Johnson and is now an invaluableaid concrete picnic table and benches. Brandon, son of Mr and Mark Perkins.
other with their knowledge of visit various libraries, the Maya feet and there if six miles of tunnel at the Johnson Fishing Camp. Ernie Simmons was the investigating Mrs. James E. Brandon, cele-
French words which they sprinkled Museum, an excavation site and in the old mine now. where he fits in as though he had officer. brated his seventh birthday Thurs
!la their English sentences."You all the famous ruins during theirnineday There are about 2,000 tons of been there for years. --- day with a skating party at Em'i Wholesale Meats

know, my dear, I have stay in Merida. rock to be moved out before they But the men are already planning Weekly Calendar Rollerland. Halves or Quarter
been here a week and haven't beento Evelyn, a junior at Rollins majoring reach the rich strata, said Johnson. their summer trip. They hopeto The following guests were present Whole, PORK
the Louvre yet." In human relations, is a leave early-perhaps in May. Thursday; Mar. 141 i : BEEF

"I wouldn't worry," the other 1960 graduate of Clewlston High BIRTHSRev. Johnson wants to join Billy Doaneon 10:00: a.m.-Hendry County Com Pat Clark Tanda Rudd, Mike Wendell HowardRt.

replied, "it may be the change In School were she was on the news a trout fishing expedition into missioners Clark Malcolm and Ardls Hall, mile W. of LaBefie
water." I itaff. and Mrs. Bruce Beardsley Rocky Creek in the Chattanooga 12:00 Noon Llolnj Club at Inn 78 3
: Nancy Lee, Patty Lee, Ricky Armstrong Open Fun Time
announce the birth of a son, Nathaniel National Forest before he heads :
I 8:09: P.rr.- Rebekahs Ronnie Giddens, Martin OB nte4tIncome
Bruce, oo January 29, 1963. West. i Friday Mar 15:
I at Vlncennes, Ind. The baby Then he'll be ready to go. 4:00: p.m.Tigers play In Vero
weighed nine pounds, and Is thecouple' Beach Thursday, Mar 21: Tax

fourth child and secondson. Attend CD MeetIn 8C3: p.m.-SE Youth Fellowship 9:30:. a.m.-Garden Club at home
I of Mrs. W. C. Owen
0 t r at Northslde Missionary Baptist -
Mr. and Mrs. Armando Gomez Fort MyersA Church 12:00: Noon-Dons Club ServicePersonal

of Clewiston are the proud par- meeting of tap men of the various Sunday, Mar. 17t .8:30.. ..p.m.-Klwanls open'. barbecue.
ents of'a ion Armando Gomez, agrlcutturaf' agencies in* the and RidingClub t Elks Lodge *
RESTAURANTLook 2.09: : p.m.-Roping Clewlston Air- [ & Business |
7:45 p.m.-CAP at
born March 4, in Hendry General South Florida area was held at Woodward's Pasture :
Hospital The t>aby weighed 7 Fort Myers last Wednesday for a 2:30: p.m.-Motorcycle Scrambles _port YUkon2784l144AvenidaDelRio

at Fresh Seafoods! pounds, 4 ounces briefing along Civil Defense lines. Monday, Mar. 18: "
Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Strick Frank Polhlll, county agents and 12:00: Noon-Rotary Club "" "TIIE'BEST" ] |

Clams! land of Clewlaton, are the proud Bill Burke, soil conservationist attended 7:30: p.m.-Rainbow Assembly
parents of a son, Lester Joseph, from Hendry County, Each Tuesday, Mar U: i FOR LESS! J W. G. PERRY ,
born March 6 in Hendry General agency and Individual representatives 4:00: p.m.-Tigers play In Stuart IIMMIK| CaUt A. H. Vans

Oysters! Hospital. The baby weighed 7 were given instructions on 8.00: p.m.-.PTA meeting at school Amuamiawuf eM t
pounds, 2'% ounces. procedure during and following any lunchroom nslainh5RIlOL ) Phooe1YU3.8971rsvta Tax Consultant

Shrimp! Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ezelle of emergency, particularly on prob-, Wednesday, Mar 20: f
Clewiston are the proud parents able effects of a nuclear explosion. I I 1:00: p.m.-Elks Lodge
Lobsters! of a daughter, Terry Elizabeth, -- -- -
born March 8, in Hendry General

Red Snapper! pounds Hospital, 8 ounces.The girl weighed 8 6 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Cary R. Fallls of OPEN HOUSE:
Scallops! Pahokee, are the proud parents

of a daughter, Susan Faye, born March 17
Alaskan Crab! March: 11 in Hendry General HospitaL

The baby weighed 7 pounds,

Mr and Mrs. Carl E. Wilson of

Make Glades Your Seafood Headquarters Clewiston are the proud parents ofa AT OLYMPIA" AND ALVEEDEZ AVE.
son, William Blake, born March

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6 THE CLEWISTON (lF1aJ NEWS, Thun.. March 14, 19631 Church Basketball Vets Info Service I Northside
Friday evening
Altar Society Met FAU Dean Talks Proves PopularA Southeast Youth Fellowship March Avenue 15 at 8 o'clock 2-3311
BjFlANK E. VELTRE will be held at the North-I cordially
meeting Lester Reams, pastor
Room church sponsored basketball
At Mr.Glades Jennie ToulU Pit and Mrs.Hazel To Rotarians tournament for men and women County Service OfficerVeterini side Baptist Church, N. Francisco invites everyone to attend. Sugarland Pharmnq,

Ballard Simmons, who Is Department may mike their annualGI ---
Miles were hostesses when Dr. players was a new Recreation '
of education for Florida Atlantic dividends work for
St. Margaret's Altar Society met dean activity which was very insurance
in the Pit Room of the Glades Restaurant University, which is being successful in its initial effort, reported them either to Insure non-lapse
constructed at Boca Raton for a
Mrs. Harry Wednesday Vaughn evening.Jr., president September, 1964 opening, was guest Gene Fuller, city recreation of their policy became of late pre-an "What makes
mium payment, to build up
conducted the business meetIng speaker at Rotary Club Monday.Dr. director. or % '\
when reports were made. Mrs. Simmons described the university Men's and women's teams played Interest-bearing deposit ;J' j Mthe leaves
George Yon's report showed the which Is now in the make a double elimination under the Now that all veteran pollcyhold-
operation of the cooked food ing. He said $1,300,000 In buildings the supervision of Gene Fuller and I era have received payment of their 1 X/tf/ > leek
booth at the Hendry County Fair Is now being spent and another $8 representatives of each church. 1063 OI Insurance dividends In a 80IN""II
was a great success this year. Mrs. million will be available for the The Baptist team started out as speeded-up program during January
Yon thanked all who assisted in next construction when this is com 1 an "All Church" team with help they have nearly a year to decide ?"
the project. Standing committee pleted. The 1200 acre campus could from St. Margaret's and St. Mar- : whether they want subsequent r r
reports were also made. care for 5,000 students he said and tin's, but ended up the week with dividends paid In cash or left
Mrs. Dan McCarthy, Mrs. H. J. ponited to a 2,000 expected opening 100 per cent Baptists on the team. with the Veterans Administrationunder ( { We've got a couple of dise_
Andrels and Mrs. Richard Degler enrollment One-third of the 14.000 Monday night in the first game one of three plant offered. a\ in our com crop, lon One Is
were appointed a nominating com students at the University of FlorIda the Baptists defeated the Methodist Tie Veterans Administration now r r d a leaf blight with a long name
mittee to recommend officers for are residents of Palm Beach, "A" team and the Methodist availableto The other Is Puccinia rust.
explains the three plans
the coming year. Broward and Dade counties, he "B" team defeated the Presbyterians. will insure '
The program subject "Stations I r said. GI policyholders that in force and, t And our celery-b the sums
keeping their policies
of the Cross" was presented by The university will open at the Tuesday night the Baptist team interest-bearing deposit dittos in !that
Mrs. C. D. Hine, who read several junior year, and will have no freshman defeated the Methodist "B" team or, build up an
selections explaining and enlarging or sophomore classes, leavingthis and the Methodist "A" defeated Just like in a bank. :" I No, that's celery blight.If we
on the topic. field to the junior colleges In Presbyterian First Is a deposit plan where the don't do something about it,
Apple pie and cookies were served the area. It will offer bachelor'sand veterans asks the VA Insurance ; those diseases could ruin our
to those not fasting and coffee master's degrees. The liberal "A"Wednesday defeated the night the Methodist Center holding his policy to leave '- crops-cost us a lot of money;
and tea to all by the hostesses arts college will have three major Methodist "B's", his future dividend on deposit
Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Toulls.GAL. divisions; humanities, social science and in the finals on Thursday the where it will draw interest He can Then what are wt gonna dot
science and mathematics Baptists defeated the Methodist draw from the account but de- '
each with its own dean. There will "A"team l Our spray truck is all loadedup
be two professional institutes--education Roster of the teams: Baptist "All dends. and ready to go right now.
and business administration, Church": Harry Vaughn, Eugene he can authorize the VA to pay a We're using DITHANE* M.22
S r .s each with its own dean. Fuller, Billy Blount Buren Hall,I premium for him from the fund. -they call it a maneb fungi
Carlos Dickey presided at the Bobby Glddens, Bin Cortner, Jim, Credit t cide. It'll control the diseasesin
A second plan is called the :
Buchanan, and Bob ,
meeting and Joe Hall Introducedthe Maples I and
Option and works the lame as our corn, our celery,
I I speaker. Several guests were Methodist "A": John
Stitt Ralph too.
the Deposit Plan except it has a
present including Nat Taylor of Causseaux Don Galasslni, Bob
built-in for the
Belle Glade; W T. Kelly, of Pa- Adams Wendell Whaley, Bill premiums protection the veteran might f -' How can you bt sure'
hokee and Holmes, Church any 'V"k
Stewart Mott of Flint Martin. '
forget to pay before the grace period Because it'. been tested for
Mich. Molt
was by W.
Methodist "B": Johnle
Jackson, expires. This account also 1
J. Jernlgan. who explained that the Bob Pearce, Bill Baker, Bob Mc- draws interest and the veteran can years Most of the farmers
son of the chairman of the board of Colley, Ken Walker, Joe Sexton draw from It. Under both these around here use it to keep
R04LATEXIttnaoa U.S. Sugar Corp., has been here Buzz Vaughan, Dick Baker, Bob plans, upon the insured's death, tttir corn and celery healthy))
several weeks in dewiston learning Walsh. the principal beneficiary receives Wait and aee-come harvest
the sugar business at ground time we'll have big yield of
Presbyterian: Jim money on deposit In addition to ,
........... .Me... ....' ,. level. Dan Beardsley, Charlie Beardsley.Ollphant,, the any Insurance I top quality com and celery''
Rotarians were Invited to attend '
Jim t I
t if-s .... ej Haines, Cerve Martin third is called the Premium
the Klwanis meeting on March 27 A plan Hey here eoautUa spray IntU,
.ur.t..up. to hear President Kenneth Williams !- The basketball for adults was Option which authorizes the Tear Aim to due DITHANI M-28
98 of well received and churches have VA to the dividend toward -
Florida Atlantic University. use payment on tfu Wf acre you said was
u requested more sports activities for of future premiums on the ; wins/
both men and women .The Recreation anniversary date of the policy. Un- -" y'st ,,
Department has under consideration der this plan there Is no deposit
Buy one get one
Ward Attend volleyball, tennis, hand- with interest, nor csn the veteran
bam, softbaU. The spirit and cooperation draw from It.
A Collectors' MeetA. on the basketball proj.
FREE ect No more dividend payments will
was tremendou, said Director
cosT O. Ward, Hendry County tax Fuller. who expressed be due GI policyholders this year
collector, Is expected to return to to all who of appreciation since, in response to the Presidentto
. at your day from Jacksonville where he to make it a success gave their time help boost the economy of the .s
attended the annual meeting of the nation, the VA paid $237 million in
MI'uf' e. STORE Florida Association of Tax Collectors. regular 1863 dividends and $90 million
County Race Funds in a special dividend to about
Mr. Ward left last weekend for five million veterans during the ROHM
AI Fuller'sCountry Jacksonville, and was able to spend Top Last Year'sState first four weeks of January. I

some time with his daughter, Mrs. Normally, policyholders do not DOHAIE HAASM1.1ee.ene.eNe.
Store James R. Faulkner and her fame Comptroller Riy E. Green receive their regular dividend until
ily. announced today checks for $38,. the month of the anniversary date ..- .
000 are being mailed to each of of their policy which spreads the M-IIIl'

the 67 counties The money is thecounUes' payments out over a 12-month pe

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FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath
- I I I r CBS house. Extra large carports Phone YU 3-1238

I JI and utility room. Excellent North Personal MentionMrs. ball season, our young but determined Thomas, born on March 8, in Hen-
JJ.IfoUND J Side location Phone 2-7791. tic basketball team were faced dry General Hospital. The baby

: Ladles 1 FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen Emma Jean Grlswett left with a schedule that seemed long weighed 8 pounds 14 otinces. 'I
the city Wednesday for Miami, and rugged. Due to inexperience,
identifying! same home. 308 E. Sagamore,
may claim for by ad. Mrs. Gladys ton. Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven, here she will enter Cedars Ito, both boys and girls got off to a slow Hendry General

Mar21c I YU 24301 Clewiston. MarZSe lital for treatment She is a mem- start; however, after playing our
Geylor.805 Francisco. or HospitalColored
ber of Friendship Baptist Church third game, the teams showed that
- FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM CBS and a loyal member of the No. 2 they were ready to play basketball -
HOUSE. Good location. Near elementary Choir. discharged: '

'FOR' RENT'FoR school Call YU 22001. Before the season was over completely March 8-Queen Ester Young, Al- I''
Mar21e fred Stewart, Letha Ann Gray.
girls invited to
Mrs Julia Sales spent the week- our were
class A Invitation Tournament in March 7-Alpha Ralph.
end working in her shop in dewls-
SALE 3 bedroom frame March 8-Eridle Smith William
FOR ton, returned to Plant City, Fla., Delray Beach.
bedroom unfurnished. Dixon Harold
ytiTTwo Furnished or rrancis. Rayfield ,
R> house. Sunday afternoon to be at the At the close of the regular season -
508 W. Trinidad. ( YU WIll: Mar14p Bennett, Stanford Clarke, Pearline
house. YMW Call
Dished bedside of her father who has
1 tc > both of our teams had won
i McKenzie.
r.TYU 2-3248 FOR SALE-Two 20-acre tracts on light changes In his illness. enough games to be seated in the
I March 8-Felix Shaw, Tommy
gwate bath and pri.vate and near L-l Canal. Sec. 17, T ; District Tournament which was I Pugh.

i entrance. Gentleman only. 44S, Rge. :34E. $200 acre. C. P. The many friends of Mr. Toney held In Fort Pierce, Fla., February March 11 Yvonne Stephens,

303 E, Circle Drive. Phone YU 3- 'THERE'S no OTHER ww out MOM/\ AND Fowler, 1711 Laurelwood Drive, Washington are-delighted to hear 21, 22 and 23. Both! teams won Vinel Hinds Marcus Williams. Lu-

2801 ? Hf Atlanta 11, Ga. Marl4p that he is feeling much improvedat two games in tournament which cius Griffiths, Elbert Allen, Tony
Trail- DAD ARE FIGURING\ ( OH BUYING' A earned for them the to
foR RENT Trailers and DENMEAD this time and hope that he will right represent Washington, Estil Bright, Coplys
spares Royal Palm Trailer 3-BATHROOM HOME. ** won be able to leave Hendry Gen. Harlem Academy in the"B" Geohagen.
er licensed
YU 22603. tic eral in fine shape State Tournament held in
Phone Broker Colored remaining Cedric
Park. Real Estate :
Florida and
ipopka on February 27, 28
RENT 2 and 3 room fur.nlshed from Fair Grounds Clarke, Wllks Herman, Reginald
FOR Across The friends of Mrs Mary March 1 and 2. The girls won their
,apartment Phone 21271.tfc Bus.ines Se FOR SALE Excellent lot on many first but lost \the secondone Campbelle, Cecil Thomas, Aldam
i rlggs are sorry to hear that she game
es01 miscellaneous for Sale north side from private owner. continues to be ill. We sincerely and were eliminated. The boys Harrington, Lester Richards, David

FoR RENTBedroom with private '. Other fine lots, first time listed. hope that she is much improved were eliminated after their first loss, Ferdinand Vanriel, George
will for Itself, Goodman, Uriel Bygrame, Beatrice.
2-6881. W Duplex that pay
bath. Phone and on the toad to game.
tE. recovery.
DRESSMAKING AND ALTERA 8-71 G M POWER UNIT rent free for owner. Turner, Evelyn Butler, Stanford
All the basketball Is for
Balled TIONS. Mrs. Arthur Meske, YU R.P.M. Diesel Engine Company Small frame home, north side, 2 over Stewart, Harry Hall Noel Fyffe
PARA AL- 32011. John Carl Brumfield has been ill u. now, but we feel that our season -
n"EMOS; : CUARTOS Apr4c Fuel Injection Specialists, Fort bedrooms, In excellent condition Albert Hall Willie Singleton,
QUILA.. Telefono 26881. W. E. BUILT I Lauderdale JA 3-8441. Mar21c Small down payment. for the past few days. Friends and was a rather good one. We Johnie Cherry, Charles Gregory
Ball 315 Este El Paso, dewis- kitchen cabinet Large lot on Pasadena. Huge classmates will be proud to see won on trophies but I do feel that Barnett Eabert, Smikle Scott, Clifford .
Y for new or remodeled homes. FOR SALE-Kenmore automatic him up and on the go again we won the respect of every team Williams, Adolphus Waldron.
ton- Hf Pete's Cabinet Shop, 345 W. Saga washer. Plaza MoteL Itc oaks, prime excellent location.country homes In our conference. Barrett Cleveland.
FOR aENT-10 ft wide 2 bed- more Ave. or call YU 2-2655. FOR SALE-200 lb. Frlgldaire ice Mrs. Maxine Brannen, States-
roorl trailer, 4V4 miles east of Mar14c I maker. Excellent condition. Call 300 acreage acres farm land, fenced and boro, Ga., is the guest of her Willie's
Trailer I YU 2-6821. daughter, Mrs. Louise Canty and The Senior's LastPresentation
Clew;stop on 27. Rldgdfll LET US BUILD YOUR NEW itc: all cleared, some planted.
Part Phone YU 3252.. tIc HOME in Canal Point Top work. i FOR SALE-BEST BOAT BUY in Excellent income property showing family and her son, Eddie Bran- Shoe Shine StandGive

bed manship. Call Hunt Real Estate. South lIl.14 ft Kauffman fiberglass nice gross. Clean and neat and nen your shoes that shine
FOR RENTr-Large modern Pahokee 9247933. tfc boat 35 hp. Johnson. Wheel new. March 8, 1963, the senior class smile,

room, kitchen, utilities, telephone W. G. PERRY Tax Consultant and controls. Seminole Trailer. Lots zoned for house trailers. Low of Harlem Academy presented Alabama Street Harlem
2 191, Funeral
and TV privileges. Phone Uc Complete Income Tax Service ,. Call YU 2-5571 Mar28c as 8494. 50'xlOO'. ServicesFuneral their last general chapel program. Mr. Willie L. Young, Proprif'torJulia' '

evenings Phone YU 27841. Several fine 3 bedroom homes For this hour the seniors carefully -
FOR services for Mr. Will
4/lSc SALE Parrakeets, $200 starting at $lO,900 low down pay selected a play to shower
up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds illman were conducted Monday the students with fun and frolic,
lit MORTGAGES monkeys cages, supplies ments. afternoon March 11, 2::30 p.m. in Beauty Nook
ATTENTIONProspective tracts in Hendryand The title of this called
Large acreage play was
Pet boarding Thompson Wild the chapel of Young's Harlem Funeral
DISCOUNT Collier counties. Hillbilly High Jinks". Keeping In EXCLUSIVE'HAIR STYLES
home buyers (or Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2238. Home, Rev. Smith officiating
I 6% INTEREST JUANITA JOHNSON trend with the Beverly Hillbilly Personal Care To Your Hair
commercial) I am seeking employment Uc Burial, Booker T. Washington Memorial -
P. O. Box 18-44 can save you many $$$ Registered Real Estate Salesman Cemetery, Harlem. telecast, and from the audience M.... Julia Mae Sales
Jacksonville I', Fla. can handle planning, loan procedures AIL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS Ree. Phone YU 3-1361 response. I predict that the sen- Proprietor

and complete construction Guaranteed. $19.95 down., $14.04 REAL ESTATE Notes from Jr. ors of '63 may make a Broadway
Write George Kendall Box 785, per month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. NORTHSIDE bedroom frame, hit due to their excellent ability

Clewtston, Fla. tie ., YU 2-7151. tfc 10000. Women's MissionThe in play acting.

EdwardsPlumbing BLUM & SONS PLASTERING FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, organization surprised Mrs Each member of the senior class Harlem Garagenow

Very Best Work printed wtih form for social se- 9000. Roberta Harris on her birthday had an active part in this program, for
We -Save You Money runty, withholding and other de- ACREAGE as available. last Monday, with a party at the The cast consisted of: Jupe Max. open I I
RepairRenovation Simulated Stone ductions. Box of 500. Clewiston COUNTRY HOME, 10 acres, 3 bed home of Mrs. M. L. McCray. An well, Kenneth Ward; Elvlry Max businessElbert I
News Office. room CBS home, completely furnished enjoyable evening was spent in well, Bette Lewis Blossom Max.
Stucco Free Estimate
TV, freezer, cattle. Fenced music and laughter. The members well, Barbara Galnous; Pliney Allen, Jr.
Licensed and Insured
Replacements FOR SALE-Reconditioned portable 3 miles out Paved state road. showered the honoree with many Runner, Janet Brumfield; Ellie Phone YU 2.6248 ..
Years In Business I _
25 "
and cabinet model ,,
sewing All conveniences. Ideal site. useful gifts. Mae Stewart Willie Humphries;
Installation 3850 Lora Street machines, $19.50 and up. Sewing 2 BEDROOM CBS, excellent condl- leke Dawson, Otis Dldley; Harvey -- !
General Repairs Fort Myers, Fla. tfc Machine Center, 118 S.W. 3rd St., ditlon. Well sodded. Beautiful Adams, Robert Johnson; Meg

Trouble Shooting ED 7-0171 or OX 4-2874 Belle Glade. Marl4p shrubbery, fruit, utility room, Friendly Christmas Adams, Willie B. Jones. :

Licensed Experienced SINGER SEWING MACHINE AIRPLANE FOR SALE :. sprinkler system, $13.000 Club NotesThe The cast assistants were: Josie Mamie'sStyle
Four Saving
Available representative will be at Gid- NEW 2-BEDRooM 2 [
place Piper Tri-pacer.( S ACRES, Doze, director; Settle Dixon, prop Center
Phone YU 2.7230aaasu.s.a.a.s.ee..a. dens Furniture Store each Friday. Instrument panel and super Homer bath frame home Hardwood club held it's monthly meet- manager; Timothy Brown, public.

For parts, sales, service stop in radio. New condition in and out. floors. ng at the home of Mr and Mrs. ty manager; costume committee, New Stock of Girl's Dresses

or call YU 2-6721. tic $900 down. Easy monthly 325 FHA HOMES in Broward, Palm. Caleb Davis, March 2, 1963 at 8p.m. Vaymon Tate, Matlene Johnson; Snorts, and Slim Jima
.................. pay.meats Beach and Dade counties, various
[ ..1 i.1i ... $i YU 2-3421 or YU 2-8751. cash A very successful routine of stage managers, Leonard Vaughn, Mrs. Mamie McDanlel.,
sizes and prices. Larry Cromes. j
tic business was transacted. The next Proprietor
-- payment. meeting will be held at the home of To add a touch of spice to exemplify
HELP WANTED FOR RENT Efficiencies and Mr. and Mrs. Blackmon, April .. the bond of love and devotion 242 Alabama Street

BUSINESS DIRECTORY I houses as available. Chairman of social committee, among the seniors, they dined
i MALE or FEMALEA Over 1,00 vacant lots to select Mrs Roy Bobo Mrs. Cassel Harris together in the Home Economcs -

s 1" : from for all purposes. :Various, Mrs. Annie Jones, Mrs Francs Dept. for lunch along with their Hilton's GroceryGroceries
WATKINS ROUTE this area I prices TermsINVESTMENT. I Smith. homeroom teacher, Miss C. L.
SEE US FORBOTTLED WALDRON'SMEATS is open for semi-retlred man, or AND INCOME
Program chairman, Mrs. Lottie Lacy, and their sponsors..Miss F. Fresh Meats
GAS lady. Many semi-retired people PROPERTY: Williams, Mrs Estelle Osgood and J, Bryant and Mr. S. Humphrel'BIRTHS VegetablesCold
AND GROCERIES!: earn $50 to $100 per week depend., $360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent '
Mrs Ek J,, MoodyHarlem Drinks
AppliancesSalesService Essential Items
lug on time devoted to route. Also CBS construction, $21,000. We Appreciate Your
have 1 full time route open. Maybe low interest farm,
Open 7 A.M. 8 P.M. LONG TERM, and Mrs. iThonton
you can qualify. For personal cane, grove and ranch mortr ,* c,

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK interview in your area write J. H. gages, minimum BNEEDED Basketball High Light Mr. and Mrs> ;? James McKenzie
POWER G4SCORPORATION Box 827 Willlston, Fla.
I McGarity, LISTINGS of Moore Haven are the proud
For Your Spur of Moment Picnics Mar28c J. M. LANKFOBD: At' the beginning of the basket- parents of a son John Wesley, born

AA-QUALIFIED man or woman 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire on March 6, in Hendry General

Four Miles East of dewlston for established route work. Will Auto and General Hospital. The baby weighed I Elite Cafe andGrocery

CALL COLLECT train. Can earn $30 or more per Insurance XROSSONLY pounds. 5 ounces.
South Bay WY W521 Bare Beach day. Write MR. HEATH Box 2768, Clewlston, Fla. Ph. YU 2-2161 : Mr.; and Mrs. Errold Butler are

DeSoto Station, :Memphis 2, Term.Mar21c. --"" DOWN I the proud parents of a son Anthony

Home in excellent c d1t1on..

WANTEDICustomers Close to schools and shopping in I Home Cooked Meals

Attention CattlemenNew Pahokee. Call Hunt Real Estate, I
Glades Roofing Co. Uc EMMA'S CHILD CARE .

.Is the time to consolidate 8247933.WANTED PROJECT GROCERIES \
4AT i
NO farm
rev debts with a long term An Types of Beef and FRESH MEATS t

EXPERIENCESNECESSARY) lou low interest rates wtth Sheet Metal Work WANTED TO BUY used volume oi Located on Florida Ave., .
World Book. Write Clewiston Harlem"If
Federal Land Bank New Constriction er News Box 1236XX. Mar21c O SCHOOL SUPPLIES .

Jordan & Pridgen Repair Jebs -LAVE WORK WANTED- CORNERS work you parents must ESSENTIAL ITEMS

CITIES SERVICE STATION See er WriteW. Phone 27111Day Cleaning, ditching or diking. Call Your tots with us you can Clewiston News

R. MAY collect C. B. Davis, 924-7991, Pa trust I
er Evening Fla. Apr4p We guarantee expert care
BEJDRY COUNTY Box 881 Waleald Bonding r. O. Box 1X43CLEWISTON. 'y.yt IIIl R5E When you bring jour loved
title & Bradentoa, Florida WANTED TO DUY- wheel Jeep ones here. Cold Drinks
Abstract Co. FLA. "
3-1864. 'PkY
Station Wagon. Can YU v to Enclosed playground, clean
"W Abstracts-Title Insurance Apr 4p facilities, pleasant environment Step By and Be Refreshed
Public 8enenapherha i
Optional diaper sere
2se 8t and.-Park Duplicating Are. EVINRUDESales If!" HOLLYWOOD ,IS A PLACE ice. Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I I ,

Lto-5 la. r. 0.18.x14, WHERE PEOPLE SPENO Comprehensive liability coverage
Gaurl S-lZtl DOUGH THEY HAVEN'TGOT for your protection.. For Information ;

and ServiceNew FOR RENT FOR THINGS THEY Apr4p' 'Call YUkon 27651Announcement )10,

Palm Beach Post Marine) Hardware Recently Renovated
and Accessories I \
Parts 'S '<*
and Times Marine Safety Equipment f

.. -CanU : -. none TCken t-SMl and Decorated To the people of Clewiston. '
mom: DAVIS ', M LaPeUe, Moore Haven and ad. I J
WALDRON I" 'jacent areas On March 22, h,
YU 3-2621 R. E. Office Building : 11162, I announced through the ', t ""
Clewlston News that I would 'i
.. ..
---- build a funeral home in Har ,I
'Rome Efficient ', lees Today this has been accomplished. ''iL
or delivery Tampa Tribune Highway Property- '

TRg > RALD, and O The new Roddick's Funeral "
lilt of Atla and Home, Is now' open and ready; I I
Boal Palm' Ft. Myers See V thescornerr it Is located: on \
c.n of Alabama and tin
b'GiddeniPeople News Press Drive Slow and Live St Harlem Clewlston. You are

'117,1-1111 Delivery cordially; Invited to come In at '
1 III Bare.0. l Estate anytime and meet the staff: I
Wr Phone 22791HATHCOCK'S J. E. Beardsley Dennis Reddtck: Jr., Funeral k
Director-Owner, who has served '" }
VMLtR MOTORS this area for IS ,.,.. white '
ReadSPOT Becj. Seal Estate. Broke employed by: the Taylor Funeral
Home, Belle Glade, Jla.;
Mrs. Carell T. Beddkk Asst
ADsYou TAXI'AND AUTO MJJgfSTATION 206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 Mjgr.. Miss Wllll Mae Thomas
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8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thurs., March 14, 1963 skipping grounder through Hlg- ---
don's legs at third. Junior Phillip Public Notice CONSTIPATEDfo ;:= t :=l
Yucatan Scenes Are Tigers Win Opener promptly drove Olden's next [ prove PRUN-EVA.C, containing |
Topic At KiwanisRichard pitch deep over Doug Rudd's head Prunes, Figs Senna In none ru 1-1911
From Ft. Myers Tues. into right center field for a triple IIItICTI..O OF world'. 8mo-o-oth.it, best and
O. Knight, pastor of the and Fort Myers' flirt run and first NOTICE LANUOWNKH Of ARM! AL HITTAUHAI1AUK : nost natural laxative, hurry to5BOARLAND ... 1..1IiM.-c .: 2-3311
First Methodist Church, was guest settled down' DISTRICT PHARMACY i amalrea ( Cant sa R. Pam
The Tigers won the opening hit of the game. Olden ''or gen.rou FREE! AMPLE or
speaker at Kiwanis Wednesday game of the baseball season 3-1 and struck out the next batter and Notlc.to call I* hereby of tbs even Board that of Suprlor pureuant -- 10 tablet' for "o Over 1,000,000 ((0a1rKOMia.1 N.-NNNMe/I.apiNNNN. -, Sugarland
showing color Writs which be Tuesday afternoon from Fort My the next popped out to Hlgdon at of Ruts Urainm. DietrlcLthe old "ftl'h veer
I made during a trip to the Yucatan annual meetlnaof the landowner
ers playing at Sugarland Field. third. of Rllta Drainage District for I --
fwnlnsula) of Mexico last summer. Ronnie Olden pitched a neat two- Fort Myers caused the fans to the year lees. will D. held in mDralnace < .
His trip Included Central America, hitter at the highly regarded Fort chew their nails in the third, how Harbor, Palm Pump Beach Houee County near Lak.1
Costa Rico and Panama. Myers team, giving up both hits ever, Olden walked the first batter da, on Thuroday. April 4. .
The Mayan ruins of a civilization to sophomore great, Junior Phil- and two fielder's choices gave I:S* o'clock In the afternoon, East I I
which existed In 3.000 B.C. and ern Standard Time, for th. purpoeeof
the Tigers a runner on first and : I Groceryaid
reached its peak about 900 BC. lipl.Mike Mazzlna let the Green two outs to cope with. Phillip) 1. Electing one Supervlaor for I
were shown in various stages of the term of three (I) yarna
Wave veteran pitcher Herb Jones stepped to the plate holding the Receiving annual report and FRANK'S
restoration. Archaeologists are now know on the fiat pitch In the only hit off Olden. He rapped the takinguch action with rs..
engaged In a study of these ruins,i bottom of the first that the Tigers ball down the right field line for poet thereto a* the landowo Market
ers determine
many of which are still entangled had come to play. He cracked a what looked like a sure double 1. Transacting such other bull
In the wild Jungle growth where line drive single into center field, but Bill Swayne raced over for nee a* may properly come
they have lain for centuries. stole second and scored on Ronnie the ball and made a perfect throwto BOARD before OK th.SUPERVISORS meeting Or HOME OWNED AND OPERATED
Some of the old buildings had Olden's single to center. TheTI.ers' second where Mazzina put theta RITTA DRAINAGE: DISTRICT
columns like the Doric columns of By: W. C. ITewltt. President
cleanup hitter, Jimmy Davis on Phillip as he slid into second :
ancient Greece; aDd many of them smacked a double to right ending the game. CN March-IIS 14. II. lest Ph. YU 3-1401 WE DELIVER Ph. YU 3.1401WILSON'S
had Intricate carvings over the entire field to score Olden and the Tigers The Tigers travel to Vero Beach
face of the buildings. Amongthe had a first Inning lead of 20. tomorrow to play their first Sun- The City Commission of the City
ruins were pyramids, buildings Clewiston added insurance run coast Conference game, and will of Clewleton will receive bid. up to -
which have been called the "gov in the bottom of the third; Mazzina play at Stuart next Tuesday. followingstreet I:10 P.M. KST. March work: 15, ilea on

ernor's palace," the Temple of again lead off with a liner to center Next home game Is Friday, Mar. Approximately thirty thousand (so.* BAKERITE 3 Lb.
Warriors surrounded by 1,000 pillars for his second straight hit He 22 against the Seacrest Seahawks. 000) square Co..yard.." on."Asphalt Inch ((1 concretesurface ") thickto Can 634
each dedicated to some warrior went to second on a passed ball. b. applied aver Old Bltumlnoui
and many other Interesting After Herb Jones had struck out Cewi.ton AD R H Surface coarse, In accordance with ,
remains of a culture which existed Htgdon and Olden on eight pitches Mawna, II ...... ...... 3 2 2 Parasrraphe No*. Ill.1 to US.I Specification Inclusive. -
"Florida Stale
centuries before America was Mazzina didn't wait for another Hildon, 3b .____ 2 0 1 *." BRAVO STOCKTON
discovered by Columbus. batter to bring him home. With Olden, p ___ 3 1 2 Th. deigned thlckneu of this

President G. N. Pitzen announced :- two strikes on Davis Mazzina Davis, Ib __ 3 0 1 coarse hall and be the one bail Inch of upon payment completion Corned Beef ... Can 39 Catsup --: - __ 2 for 29tCHARCOLE %
that the annual Kiwanis barbecue broke for third base and shookup Radish, c -..---- 3 0 0 will be on thl* thickness.
will be held on March: 21. the Green Wave's catcher, causing Durrence, 2b __ 2 0 0 Rail of Payment this Mellon
him to throw wild to third Rudd, rf ... .......... 20 1 The hall quantities b* measured under In square yardsof
SEE then Mazzina pranced home with Swayne, rf ....,.?......,..,. 0 0 0 completed pavement. Including 0Briquets CAN
the Tigers' third and final run Bible, cf __.__...._ 2 0 0 all material.nd used application therein of all mat.pre. lb.
p..tlon.1 20 $1.15 Tomatoes
DOUG PEARCY of the game. Ricketson, rf ___ 2 0 0 rlals. tools, plant, superrlslon andInetd.nt.l. _ ---_ 3 for 39t
424 necessary to completeth.
E. SursrUad Are.
Fort Myers scored Its only run work.CITT. -
far In the top of the fourth. After the 233 7 OF CLEWISTONC.
M. PlrkU,
TAX SERVICE first batter out to Dur- HAWAIIAN
grounded Fort Myers AD R H City Manager CARNATION

rence Tommy Ford sent a hard Davidson, cf ___ 0 0Vetter CN March-ISf 14. U, 1MIBarbecue Punch for Fish
3 Tuna
ID -.............._..3; 0 0 n __ _._ $1.00 .__ ___ 2for49t%
Ford, 2b _-....._..... 210
Philippi rf .........,.._ 3 0 2 ThursdayA
Santini, 3b .......... ... 2 0 0 Kiwanis BenefitA NABISCO
n 1 r Ti Jones, p .....-._ 2 0.0 WEBBS

Braun Liras, c If _.......,_u.._ 2 300 0 0 Dutch Treat Barbecue facilities is being Saltines --.__. _____ 31 Rice ._ __ __ _-. 3 Ibe S3tGA. %

SS FAST FRIENDLY Pongenzia ........... _. 1 0 0 served at the Elks Lodge
Radcllff .,...... ........ ,1 0 0 next Thursday evening, starting at
Tamiwoslan ,.,,. "-.1 0 0 6:30: by the Clewiston Kiwanis FRESH GROUND 3
Club as a funcl-rsuing event. The HAMBURGER

2312 barbecue is an annual affair and Fryers Lbe 39
Golden Brown Southern Fried Chicken -- - --- -
RHE I is attended by Klwanlans from PAN SAUSAGE
. $1.29
Fort Myers _.000 100 0-1 2 1 many Florida towns and by their
Mashed Potatoes Peas and Carrots
Clewiston 201 000 *-3 7 2 guests and other local: citizens.

Strikeouts: by Olden, 5; Jones, 7. The meal is one of the well-known FIRST cur
Hot Dinner Rolls, Butter Walks: by Olden, 2; Jones 2. Everglades dinners, prepared under SWIFT PREMIUM

Earned runs: off Olden, 0; Jones, Supervision of Jack Fry. It Pork Chop Lb. 39 Sliced Bacon Lb.
2. will consist of barbecued chicken, _ ___ __ .___ 391

Errors: Higdon, Davis, LInne. relishes, con-on-cob: and other viands
or -all fresh from Evergladesfields.
58t 98t The cost's $2.50. GOLD NOTE LARGE FROZENBaking

2 for Serving will start at 6.30: in order Oleo Lb. 19 Hens Lb. 43
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