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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 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Clewiston Clubhouse Is Assured By U. S. Sugar Corp. t


be Wit at I Ihe the to a-i'
wm gift be made direct to
Piston golf course, Jind tb* 1 city. The city has agreed to the be under. entirely separate management streets at a cost of approximately fund (above expense of project); at the golf course could be built I Rick Mattson were named to work

Clewlston will do the the gift of U.S. Sugar Corpora accept $20,000. Another commitment Is to. $50.000 In savings of the revenue without jeopardizing the streets, closely with this committee.

;!!.1 01 but will not put up 'any tion and other moneys from lead! City Cmmisslon held a special renovate the tennis courts and 1 fund, and $17,000 in savings of the tennis courts or sewage projects. In view of the deteriorated condition
", !t. The clubhouse viduala and to build meeting to review its financial situation Post Office fund; and $40,000 anticipated Monday night Mayor Leon Bern of the present frame building -
for
i !be money through the genrou the tost not to exceed a the clubhouse, and the projects to which it is light them, cost approximately $10,- in accounts receivable bry appointed a citizens committeeto at the golf course, it is expected

I made possible United States SUIItorporaUon ,Ivell. money committed before agreeing to build 000. An additional street paving from Individuals assessed for the serve, in an advisory capacity- that plans for construction will

offer of after Il'OUP of loc.loUDtr1 The City Commission the locker room bund1n,. project will also undertaken in street paving project to be undertaken on the proposed buildings at the be pushed as rapidly as possible

; members had pledd ,- leases the golf which First priority was placed on the the near future, at a. approximatecost In the near future, and a golf course, The committee Is composed Present at the commission meetIng -

; nub of the cost but had from U.S. Sugar Corporation course property has obligation to a sewage collection of $".000. the city's share being $300,000 Issue of revenue certificates of'Dick Baker, Bob Berner, Monday night were all Commissioners -
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a portloD tD raise enough money for agreed to build a golf pro shop and system, costing approximately approximately $42,000. for the,proposed sewage col- Leroy Hare, Joe M. Hendry, Earl except Dan McCarthy.Also .
these
aped found balances !la
The
city attending were City ManagerC
locker room at the course,however. $225,585. and a sewage plant costIng lection system.Reviewing Morrison. W. C Prewitt, and Barry
project could be Used
he Carp cation has This building will be funds which for capital M. Pickle, City Attorney Carlos
, TIle U.S Surar to 145,000 from the entirely separate approximately 109000. Second outlay: $131,799 in clgaret tax these accounts, the T Vaughn, Jr. Two membersof Dickey and Deputy Clerk Marie C.

,tiered \\0 give a sum up clubhouse, and will committment is to resurface city; fund;;$18,000 In the street project commissioners decided lockerroom the commission Tom Jones and Webb."America's .




Holland! Is Speoker At The Clewiston News


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I Return Postage Guaranteed. Sec 345.3 PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CLEWISTON, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 28 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 13
Spessard L. Holland will
speaker at the I

c uucation!the principal of a $43 million com- Riding Roping Events to Be Held Volunteers Ready

locks and pumping ,
of dikes
,:el Festival
jtion: in northeast Glades county Cancer CampaignBecause Gigantic

i.turdsy, Afternoon Woodward RanchThe
Sunday at
More than a thousand persons cancer is still a serious
expected to be on hand for the JI.will health problem In Florida having'

ZaSt which will start at noon second session of the newly for car parking around the fence been .the cause of death of more 1

I nd will be followed by a fish formed Riding and Roping Club so that spectators may watch from than( 8,300 persons last year and i Marks Crop EndWhat

timer which will be furnished free will be held Sunday afternoon at their cars, if they desire. with an expectancy of 18,000 new'

.v Leland Pearce, large landown- S In the James Woodward pasture, cancer cases this year, Governor:
md developer of Buckhead six miles west of Clewiston. Farris Bryant has Issued a proclamation -

udge r, in the area. About 30 participants entertained FFA Members which endorses April as may be the largest Harvest Figures for the Bryant mill wilt R
It li expected that several naoiial nearly 200 spectators on March 17 "Cancer Control Month" throughout End barbecue and dance in the his- be announced today. '

, and state government offlct- which control the flow of wa- as the club offlcl.1l110t underway. the state. tory of United States Sugar Corporation The yield was not as large as the

j will be on hand for the dedljflon Plans are to hold meetings (and rid Honor The "governor's proclamationstates Is scheduled for Saturdayat estimate made by company officials
Central and Southern Flor- ter.There are more than 60 milesof ing and roping events) every otherSunday parents : 1963 has been designated the Clewiston Sugar House and last summer. "This was not

la Flood Control District has 1s- dikes along the northwest shoreof afternoon Members will as the Year of the Volunteer by the Sugarland Auditorium. due to the freeze, but was evi-

jed invitations to the governor the lake, on which work has pay annual dues in two classes, American Cancer Society It Is a Employees of Eastern and Western dent before the freeze," said Mr.

nd members of the cabinet, to been completed recently. There are 12,50 for beginners who take partIn At Annual Banquet tribute to more than 65,000 men Divisions will gather for the Vaughn "As, soon as we started

jislaton! and leading county of- three pumping stations, and two.. the barrel races, pole bendingand and women in Florida and the barbecue at noon. when in a gigantic grinding we realized that the estimates -

dais In the area, and to the Corps small boat locks by which boats similar events held in the pasture Ctewlston's Future Farmers vac 2,000,000 throughout the nation, festival, barbecue meals will of the crop had been too

! Engineer division and district can pass through the dike. and $500 annual dues for ied their annual Parent and Son who have dedicated themselves to be served simultaneously on the high, and of course, the freeze did

gineers, The northwest shore of Lake those who enter the dogging, horse banquet this year, with a changein fight"The against cancer.of volun- sugar floor and on the bagasse do some damage to our cane." .

Riley S Miles, Kissimmee, chair- Okeechobee is a popular recreation racing, roping, etc. program and location. The ban- recognition the floor Sugarland Band of Clewiston Next year's crop is off to,a fly. '

an of the FCD board, expects the spot, and Is dotted with vacation The Sunday afternoon's events quet was held in the Ag shop, which teer also serves to emphasize how High School will play a short con- Ing start, however The early
these dedicated have
afire membership of the board homes of sportsmen. Access to the win Include jackpot roping. had been given a spick and span people In control helpedto cert on the ,sugar floor and the spring weather has produced an ,.
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o be In attendance. lake is provided by channels, boat J, L., J. 0., Bobby and Tommy cleaning by the boys, who arranged evidenced bring progress by the fact cancer that more Harlem Academy Band will fur- early growth, and prospects are

The portion of the gigantic FCD ramps and parking areas. Woodward and Mr. and Mrs. James banquet tables for the meal, than 1,300,000 Americans are alive nish music on the bagasse floor. excellent

reject which is being dedicated Site of the dedication Is Just off Wynn have provided leadership in served buffet, style. and well, five years after attacks H. T. Vaughn, president of the The corporation will take full

, part of the 'works which will SR 78 near the mouth of the Kls the movement to organize the club. The program consisted of music from cancer. In 1937, the figure corporation, yesterday expressed advantage of the 10 per cent Increase -

tend the full length of the Kls- simmee River. Motorists turn east Area residents are urged to at. by the Hialeah FFA string band stood at only 180.000. pleasure at the remarkable''performance -. In allotment announced by

mmee River, transforming it above Moore Haven and follow tend these events. The pens are and an inspiring talk by Future "To-iP1d'the'! final victory over of the Bryant SugarHouse the Department of Agriculture for
Florida and Louisiana
to a series of small reservoirs this well-paved road through Lake- located some 500 yards off the Farmer Hoyt Northcut of Hialeah, cancer and try to reduce cancer's which completed its first growersnext
I said Mr. Vaughn This
,e storage of water. Construction port to the dedication site highway and there is ample space fifth vice president pf the Future mounting death rate of more than year's harvest operation shortly the year harvested 39,000
now underway on the deepeing Farmers of Florida, 8,300 citzens in Florida alone the before 8 o'clock yesterday morn- year company
acres of Its own cane and 6,000
of the river
id straightening Northcut took exception to some American Cancer Society is deter-I Ing. "It was a remarkable per-
annel, and on the series of locks Trainloads Of Winter VegetablesPour formance for a first year," he acres of independent growers'cane.
government publications which mined to intensify Us effort to A 10 per cent Increase would
have tended to indicate deterioration bring life-saving facts to the public said, adding that "the Clewiston place an additional 4,500 acres In

in farming as a career, ; to improve services to the cancer Sugar House had its usual good cane for next year's harvest

!ugarland Band North Over ACL Tracks Here "Nothing could be further from the patient and to accelerate its performance during the 1962-63 I The corporation has arranged tat

truth," said young Northcut. "Ac- cancer research programs crop. buses to transport employees from

' Shipment of vegetables In car business with efficiency has taxed tually, with all the mechanizationand "To this end, every citizen of the The Clewiston mill ground 1,088- the Eastern Division to Clewiston

o Present lots from Clewiston and Lake Bar the Coast Line facilities, already' automation today, there are state of Florida Is urged to observe 279 net tons of cane and produced for the festivities, if the employeesneed
1 not enough trained agriculturists to Cancer Control Month by giving 226,319,465 pounds of commercial or wish transportation
: bor continues high since the strikeof at the height of Its sugai.season. '
'wo Concerts Florida East Coast Railroadhas Trackage for 31 cars has been meet the demand 11\1' the modern support to. the American Canter raw sugar and 9,646,662 gallons of ,
farms." He said agriculture Is Society and learn the facts about I blackstrap molasses. The duration :
closed their normal route. A built at Lake Harbor and the same
growing in impotrance as new that vital to personal of the was 153 days, and the
The cancer are crop
Clewiston High School "Sug- Clewiston. I ,
look at the records for the past amount at .
advances make it City Renovating '
:and Band" has accepted two re- technological I protection against the disease. percentage of lost time was 156. I j
month reveals a fine performanceof Bearing the brunt of the load of possible to get more production out
nt Invitations to perform one hour the Atlantic Coast Line Railroadand W C. Boswell
extra work are general of the available land.
ncerts. Locally, the band will its employees in the area in agent; W. W Perry, freight Tennis Courts
esent The chapter conferred Its Honor- Student Soloists For Concert Series ..
a program of light musicr getting the perishable vegetablesto agent and their staffs, A. C. Ellison ..
the United States Sugar Cor- market In Boswell's office and C. E. ary Chapter Farmer degree on
ration's annual harvest barbecue the ACL whose line and Paul Akin, in recognition of his assistance The tennis courts north of Clew- t
Normally Burdette
Jimmy
.turday, March 30th. The band around the Lake goes only as far Wilson Sorrels, Mary in Perry's office. These to the chapter in its proJ- Announced By Bandmaster ScottStudent iston will shortly receive a conyplete
U ects this Mr. Akin was presented renovation by of
play from 12 noon until p.m. handles little year. the City
east as Lake Harbor, form the normal office staffs during -
with a plaque In a ceremonyIn Clewiston putUnthem :
aloes marches and in bet
pop tunes vegetable shipments. For years the the sugar harvest season. soloists for the "ConcertsIn six Sundays.The .
which the chapter officers took
im Broadway musicals win bee bulk of the crop has been loadedat Brought In to work with them during the Park" series to be presented concerts are under the sponsorship ter playing condition than they
menu for the Sugarland Band. South Bay and Belle Glade onto this emergency are S. O. Cho- part by the Clewiston High School "Sug have ever been.
of the Clewiston Recreation -
Robert Thompson, chapter presI-- The city, which recently leased
The Lehlgh Acres Spring Music Florida East Coast cars. When the ban, Moore Haven agent, and John arland Band" have been announcedby Department and there Is no
dent master of ceremonies. block 178 from U.S. Sugar
was Corporation
stlval has invited the band to FEC strike was called February Sells, Fort Myers, clerk. Bandmaster Jack L. Scott. Theyare charge for admIssion
Other officers Joe Davidson, will place concrete
are a
esent into action on new
a concert at Lehlgh Acres 22nd the ACL swung : Cheryl Waters, Mike Roberta
vice president; Tommy Rldgdlll, playing surface on the courts, light
Wednesday evening April 17th.e an emergency basis. and Joe Elder, cornet trio; Frank
, treasurer Harry Patterson, secretary them for night playing and will
band will present its concert Thirty days later the records Collector WarnsOf ; Hunt cornet soloist; Jim Bible, ARMY OFFERS
Lehigh ; Nicky: Flak, senltnel; Harold erect a 10 foot chain-link fence
Acres' Charmed Circle, show that 2,661 carloads of vegetables trombone soloist; Duncan Morrow,
Crawford, the north and
Jones, reporter; Billy on south sides.
misting of a five flood ACL ship- soloist and Kenneth Young,
acre out in tuba
have ;
gone FLIGHT TRAININGSFC
,Wed DeadlineThe chaplain, and L1. Pape, advisor. Other courts In the park may
Polynesian garden having than Tax soloist. All the above
a ments, an average of more euphonium be built later if there is a demandfor
.mtalaed lake, waterfalls, rock 88 cars per day, seven days In the There were 129 persons including soloists will perform with full band Donald W Sandstedt, US. additional playing
rdens and hundreds of. exotic week. 1.832 cars were loaded at deadline for paying your members, parents, honorary chap. accompaniment.In Armby recruiter announced today space.

''Pical plants and trees. Lake,, Harbor, 793 were loaded at 1982 taxes 1s April 1st, warns ter farmers, faculty and civic leaders addition to the individual soloists that the U.S. Army is now taking

These two performances will bed Clewiston and 36 were "piggy Hendry County Tax Collector who were special guests. The various sections: of the band applications for enlistment into Need 15 CouplesFor

38th and 37th appearances ford backs," loaded in Clewiston. The A. O. Ward.A meal of barbecued ,steaks or fish will be featured in such numbersas flight training. Training will be given
Clewiston I flat cars carrying sticks, baked beans, salad pie and "76 Trombones," "Percussion In
High School Band "piggy backs" are 3 per cent penalty will be in helicopters and fixed wing
coffee or tea, was served by Future Review Carnival for Trumpets" "Let's Dance"All
Partfflent a semi-trailer van already required on all lain* not paid aircraft Individuals may specify' a
loaded with vegetables.To before noon on April 3rd. Homemakers, under the direction and "Bassology" preference when making applica
girls or boys or couples wanted
I of Mrs. Jacqueline Gentry. The ambitious "Sugarland Band"is I
unexpected
handle this much to be on Let'Dance TV program
tion.SFS
preparing more than 50 compo-
Waterway Contest sltlons for this series of concerts, Sandstedt stated applicantsmust : Saturday, April 6th are urgedto
be between the ages of 18 and sign up now at the Wetherald I
Board Plans Summer from "Square Dance Med-
ranging
Program '
School Additions Underway, ley" to the first movement of 30 and be a high school graduate. Youth Center.
Ends Individuals will receive a written Those who make the trip will
March minor" (The
31st "Symphony No. Sin B
I in for building LaBEttE SEWAGE to use county and school. employeesfor ) Franz guarantee of enlistment option also attend a baseball game between -
Unfinished by
foundations are Symphony
I The
tiThe deadline for submission to the schools at La- Chairman Spratt reported that this job. Schubert. prior to enlistment This enlistment I the Braves and the New
for Clewlston'a additions and he had attended a meeting of af- NASSAU TRIP option Is open both to prior York Yankees. oj
beau- Harlem, fashioned
and These old style concerts
t1fu, ; waterway f" Belle, Clewiston steps fected property owners who discussed Approval was granted to a request and non-prior service personnel.For The Youth Council says at least
8uwUr'Wary board Is taking designed to provide good,
school are
'heck 31a" the when the proposal of the City of of Clewiston High School seniors further Information contact 15 more couples are needed In order
hand to listen to music for the entire
A IS to have equipment on LaBelle to construct a sewage sys made through their principal easy SFC Sandstedt at the U.S. Army to make the trip possible.Mr. I
for occu-
reminiscent
teak ready and community,
ewes prize will be the builJIags are tem. Because the school board has J. E. Brandon, to make tripto family Recruiting Station located over
Cbembee by the Clew1atoa pancy next fall extensive sewage requirements, the Nassau during the month of ( of the good old days. Thrifty Drugs In downtown Fort and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of
Harlem
iJel'SOQ or Commerce to the LaBelle High School and proposal has been made that the May, leaving on Friday and returning The series of six concerts will Myers between the hours of 8 ..m. Winter Haven were weekend ,

lubmlttlDr the mod sp0easdate Academy will have new science and school board could furnish fundsit Monday. begin Easter Sunday afternoon, and 4:30: pm., Monday, Wednes- guests of relatives in Clewistonand
Ined lime for the tree- laboratories In their additions would spend on providing own SUMMER PROGRAMThe April 14 at 2 p.m. In dewlston'SZlty day, Thursday and Friday. Moore Haven.
te etreeh of navigable wa- Superintendent J. H. Bible told the disposal and let it be ap dates for the school summer Park and will continue each !J
exteadlnt W..tward from school board Tuesday at the regular sewage set Sunday afternoon for a total of
enrichment were as
cost of the city system program
llie the .
plied on
line several
uaatcme west of Clewlatoa' meeting that it required which the schools would then July to August 13 Tentative plans Oak Ridge Institute Brings "
(Gate months to get delivery of science Mr. Spratt said he explainedto include band and swimming instruction

IIIlltJ ::1I Dime may be sub- equipment when it was purchasedfor use.the meeting that the school at all schools, driver edu- Two New Homes 1 I

case each penon, fa1II1tte.J Clewiston and he recommended board had "placed an $8,000 ItemIn cation at Harlem,,arts and crafts "Atomic World" Exhibit To C.H.S. "
now
lyre wlnnlnr Dime sad that the board place orders the current budget in the eventwe at Clewiston. Plans for other activities r

by avwe than ODe per for next fall delivery. were required to connect tosewage are not complete. A survey Are UnderwayAlcon '
iM. the nest lubmlUed will Mr. Bible said he had asked three He added that the board is is being made, reported Mr. Bible, A demonstration lecture program gree from the University of Alabama -
Iria the prise. firms for quotations but two sent year system during this to learn If enough students would titled "This Atomic World," will .

A ) rei with back the request with the notation the in position to make commitments enroll In a reading course to Include Homes started work this be presented in an assembly program The demonstrations and lecturesare
..bmllte4'; the &the Dame "no bid." The third company, senta not In next budget year, which it at the schools. week on two new homes in Clew- at Clewiston High School on designed specifically to acquaint

auai; addrem ,lime and I quotation of 11492. 1, 1963. The school calendar was adoptedfor iston. The CBS structures are for April 3. high school students with '
"he .f the p noa three 12- tarts July term. Teachers will Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gober and Mr. The sponsored by the I ti
1I.11e the The equipment includes SUMMER MAINTENANCE the 1963-64 program the basic principles and uses of!
1\c1et.\ : ebter Dime the Is suf- student work desks, microscope Mr Bible big report August 15, classes begin and Mrs. Morris Rldgdlll and are United States Atomic Energy Com- atomic energy and to stimulate

Mao 1&Ie to eObleiL storage case, three other >storage> of repomaintenance this September 3. Thanksgiving holidays located In block 147, Concordia mission, is presented by the Oak their Interest in science
Chamber item
Cemmeeeeflowj .f cases, fume hood .inks" drain will be the red brick are November 28-29 and Street. Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, Subjects to be covered Include ,i
boards, etc.. for each of the two building summer at the Clewiston Elementary Christmas holidays are from December The Gober home will be'on lots Oak Ridge, Tenn. atomic structure the nucleus and

schools. The bid for all equipmentwas SchooL: The board decided to 19 to January 2. March 27- 9 and east half of 10 and the Ridg- The Institute is a nonprofit, educational radio-activity radiation biology

11492. erected but not connected for bids on calking and paintIng 30 are Easter holidays and May dill home on lots 7 and 8 In block corporatln of 39 southern and flssloln and fusion. The of I I

School with an additional $750 cost ask all windows and painting all 29 Is the last day of school. 147. Each home is 55'x35'9", and Is universities operating under contract radiolsotopei. are also .I

for connection. Bible recommended white trim. The board placed employment of Iin the $10,000 class, according to with the Atomic Energy Com- The application of these II ,
the agenda for the the building permit filed at City mission. The traveling exhibits
that the board the swimming principals on In agriculture Industry and medicine ,
addition!! Started pang to connect the equipment Maintenance at Harlem on which is operated regular meeting on April llth and Hall. unite which visit hundreds of high Is an Important aspect of the ,

P also. since It was necessary to pool county and school win consider teacher appointmentsat schools throughout the United non-military use of atomic energy
the ;
r Jt was laid this week bring in a plumber from Fort jolntty by will Include a complete a special meeting on April 25th. LOST States each year, arc designed to Projections lor the use of the atomIn

vWlatosi : addition at thee Mren for the Clewiston JData11a- board Job, to be undertaken very Attending the meeting were provide the public with a better rocketry and space travel are t

' Elementary rschool 'a ion,. because of the nature of the paint Mr. Bible reported that the Chairman Spratt and membersMrs. understanding of atomic energy. also discussed. ,

tHalstc bIoclc structure work chairman I. R. Spratt ex- 100II.Bounty commission chairman C Blanche McCormick Joe 11 a pussy catS : 1'. Pagan Thompson an exhibits Following the assembly presentation

lar1 cla..rooma: plaJned the federal government Nan. had Inspected the property HalL Claud Glddans and Mrs. I II manager who has received special of exlhblts and visual aids, Mr.

I !be contractor: obta.IDID agency charged with fUrlber1nl .d- E.with him. and both recommend acomplete Elsie: rutch. County School Supervisor ( .. Lot & Faund Pag 7)) training In nuclear: science, will Thompson Is available for classroom

IIIeI g permit from Of3a. ence education would reimburse the painting, using sam Carl Hornsby and Mrs;Bessie I present the program.'Mr. Thompson sessions with science ,abs
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d01 'll.OOOe COlt of the school board for U per cent of the I palDt M wigliial. It is tanned Burke as secretary. holds a bachelor of science d" "entl.New k ,

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legislative session and the reaction Such publicity
i ( .iIIII.ffi.nn.: turtc.arI first time Saturday and unless the Suncoast could otter Hwever. I has been the same as waving a I the sporting retards ',
fans should not get to optimisticabout industry u -
l I three members John Corbln. Walter teams red flag in front of a bull. "malty B
the Ridge surrounding
I I S Sonny Sez assurance Wyse and of better Ken Walker management receive, I Sebrlng running and over Avon Park have. -- the'w
their for years
own
been holding
they probably won't be present ,

: .....__-- next year. They were placed at I -ss-
I[ post early Saturday, with the New Powerama Lawn Mowers
Have you taken a leisure ride promise> of relief throughout the day I Being a native of Moore Haven,
dewistn lately and noticed At 2:30: that afternoon, with foam can't help but frown on recent releases -
number of new and remodeled i at the mouth. John was most unhappy by the Game and Fresh Water
I that adorn our pretty town? when relief finally) arrived. I Fish Commission blasting the e 2 Y2 hp Easy Spin !Briggs-Stratton: I
not, but as one who has As in most cases there were too Okeechobee area for its illegal fish motor
away for a cnsloderable length! many chiefs with the right band I operation. Residents who continueto S Full Handle Control
time, the number is amazing, not knowing what the left was do- fish illegally should have to an- '
I strongly urge such a ride. Ing. swer to the law but the stationIng I Wide 20 Inch Cut
of 30 odd officers armed with
I: = : -II- -sa- I'shotguns and rifles has done little completeonly

Members of the Clewiston High Clewiston Highs sports programs to ease the situation which has be-
) Patrol Auxiliary Unit partici enjoying a breath of fresh air come a comedy of errors. The action $49.95
in the Sebrlng Races for thept's as the baseball team enjoys an of the commission i fl an apparent
excellent record. Football to the (V "
early season effort for publicity prior T
: . .. . . . .. and basketball having produced -
( ) little fn' the'way of excitement .. ... Now On Display At
: History I for local supporters. Students and or WORLD'S 1 : .'J
{ llijw)
[ residents alike should be exceptionally LARGEST
) of the athletic lMNl..at
rproud program tni Mauls nsMiTCsU p BECK MOTORS
YEARS AGO 1
THIRTY
being created.
: A. R Vann
(Froml Clet/istM News, The entrance into the Ridge Conference etannfaTUI awrw.a.r S arland.III .
March,' V1933..r )> "will provide competitionon ate !Phone P112-59 ; Clewiston

Postmaster General James A. a level closer to our size, than
) issued a statement that he .
having "facts assembled" and
.
) cut the 3 cent letter postage '
to 2 cents. "There seems'to
antipathy in the public mind 36 days that rpvedFord's
the 3 cent stamp," he said.
Mrs. G. O.( Wallace was eleceted
of the PTA.
E. E. Kelly purchased the ma

j stock In the Clewiston_ Motor, tote] !'
of )the and corporation.was elected presi performance

Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs George
Terrell and Mrs. Geo. A. Heinz

At shopping the movie In West: Clara Palm Bow BeAch.In RIVERSIDE. CAL. MONTE CARLO PURE OIL TRIALS DAYTONA, FLA.

Her Savage." January 20 January 23 January') 21 iI February 24
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TWENTY YEARS AGO IN d total pethrmsnm test rd brutes' 11'6314 -ant SprMts nude their In a bompdNlce designed b bat site Dayton."sr.I: ; stot-- who
aspaaloe and geabg a its twig. debut with a : showing b th around performance, fords were test631)) tot sea
(From Clewiston News Ing .Mulde sports cat aura, Deft UXI-mlle Monll Cash Saflya Throup all winners III Class I and Clan ii b tle pllelll SIIICI Daytees II a. butheg9t.r
March 26, 1943)) r drone a Ford hardtop sktory Europe's worst winter weather they Pun 011 PMormsnce Trial.at Daytona track in'the : ;:thin: was syewlbsa,
sew/3 other gek are. The;>> mM plied ig and 2nd hi dau Braids this TAebtswpudtrmsne' deign added up proof that ; 'i tctwf perbrmac
The Clewiston municipal airport grind 1I.lIoutlltod lard's aupsrlof ...on.Sprint deleted IVlry IIIII.nt III 10 most tolll points III gas econom", deign an endure the IIIIKlmulII Mtsmins
lved its official designation by and rosd.holding. Is Rallys's alb special gags& ICCIIIt.tlon and bshbs sventa IUtomollvt punisbmsnt
CAA this week, on the basis
an inspection by Y. E. Bivings
: Miami. Charlie Miner is man-
of the airport. Several private ,
which had been kept at _
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Field, pending the designa -
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were moved to the municipal _
wawr""w""T" >w., .rel
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Lt. Morris Ford received his
Army Air Corps Wings at
Arkansas.
First Aid courses given in the
and senior high school ,, stTt .a-4 "tl rv

and 72 students passed the (t FALCON SPRINT HARDTOP
Instructors were Mrs. Stan
)' McCorkle, Miss Mary Neeley, '--
Jack Baker, Mrs. J. N. Mont i -
Mrs. B. J. BJornsen and -o- 3 j
R. W. Turk w
It was announced that through
lans of the Farm Security Admin.
on 4,000 Nassau negroes ,
be brought into Florida for
spring harvest and 2.000 of FOAD CALAAI[rAOyAL6POAiS
would be brought to the NAROTOf .."..,
harvest in the Lake '
F'P area.
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TEN YEARS AGO fl "'d m" -

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I Tour was held with 600 per '
making the daylong trip to ,
the variety of agriculture be-
practiced in Hendry County.
(H.L.) Johnson was county
and in chare.Clewlston .
Elks Lodge No. 1853
instituted at outdoor cere-
at which Pat LeMoyne ., _
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Myers representing the .
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i Exalted Leader,was the or J..pud the that total!
LeMoyno dedicated the,.home tgaua proof! of Fordfe
the altar of( charity. Justice, tJ""'" I..JII; hemlre '81 I.S,1 g MO J TT-v ", r ':'. "J .a, tf> owmW!
1 ( ) love and fidelity. Park Daytona "500." On every busy cross street-
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I: Wilson exalted: ruler of the new \ aa9 J .1 but ; Atli: I 1 Van the braket, that women Riverside'you A hmisr. 'lii1l'_h\
>> ,d9Uver.ed a. special ,key to maytitver tea a competitive auto car circuit Your engine will hold upbettefthrough a P"11At
t home to the Grand Exalted tt.JOhmpfaM raln-slkk blacktop, Irr the close4pack4rush till
years'of'turnpike'
Carl Berner accepted the S'ottock' traffic, on twISting beautifully balanced'asJFalcon'> "because; 1t'J'ti .... .. ..aadbr
for detyverythe], following week Monte Qrldv
the Harry Anna Crippled Ch1lr satwrt"'p results are Important to you. 's.D The winningcom iotitloncaf Is bouhd id FORD'AUO '
surface
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; Home at Ujnatlfla-# carT Ford Is the big wlnnerl' 4
ot f readability! tfwt placed five Ford'out front in
:X B. ,oil drilling run. .
The ,Houck
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struck a stream of sulphur ,
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at a depth o>( J472 feet..whil)
an .exploratory well 2%

Misses, northwest Frances of Clewiston.Morgan, Bar 11 1171111IUr.A fi9 I ,7, t MQf.QBS. ?NC

Moore Betty Kara and Mrs.
Sugarland Highway
E. Espenlaugh were hostesses t.'wiston. flo
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a bridal shower complimenting t
\ Christine Espenlaub, bride-
t of Warren Howell.
Arils Jacobs celebrated her
birthday with a party.

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FENTON DIRECTS Jack Scott Bob : THE CLEWISTON (Fie) NEWS, Thurs.. March 28, 1963 Page 3
--' REVIVAL MUSIC Gentry education and teacher Jan and "

ATTENTION In addition advisor from Belle to represent Cuba in the contest contest should bring birth certificates : ,'\,
to the stirring mesIn8" conducted by The Times of HavanaIn passports' or other proof of "
of a reat ) i* a love-

Farmers, Cane.$o' and Ranchers Allan beginning Watson Sunday the at revival evangelist the First service,Bap Dr (Understanding r to become The Miami.winner will be chosen, by ,a I birth tofraph, date to and the non-returnable.Times of.,Havanaoffice pho .

1 tist Church will feature .. ; and this panel of judges from the.Cuban- at 125 S.E. Second Avenue

LOOK > TOETOTURE 1 AND evangelistic music directed stirring by the Urged<< 1IyR: enter ,the, American colony and will win honor Miami .

W1SF sP rt O'uRL Rev.The James choirs Fenton.. .'. ; .be. stag! ., fame and prizes as well as the All Cuban nationals who..live lathe
of RcrtarV ,
FINAIVUw Church the First Baptist 'International (beJ opportunity to compete for the U.S. .and who meet th\* age w
will
present special nuusl 'World Understanding
Miss Universe title. and statue limitations
bal
nUmbers) paver raarltaM
during fti week and Will Jernlgaif.past \
L COlt i Farm BANK MortfareITEDEB LOAN Rev.: .Fenton will ?lad! ..the, cpngre-- tear cliAC ,talked! .on be chosen Girls wishing to enter the 1963 above may-enter ,
LAND gallon Id the..tlrr1nahy u i:which> ttrt rtab Monday ,
{will Forish Cash Te have such: a,warm, is'
RotaryFoundation
Refinance debts"..___- _." te I rlched.feellng snlrltually jen i
DW
FIMBM fanfrlnpreveaMiitiraew, buildings, purchase cohgregatlon. for everyone in the slog of the e.tfor1..o Church I
prcA4te7'7torld tory :. .
I prd *aW Jury BB* InfeirtlnfrvUoai I
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Assist. ,a farm grays er teach Youth Choir of the church poIiMdhout. BP\>
iparea se.lB..'uL< '"I .,"n. *rMnr_ will have apart the services fe1l wlWaa I_. ) : '%-H r- I / 'tesvstyl r .
!Is't, >t..I'J'IfI".ltalldI.for the farm enterprise announced ducing the week. aj other, ......"!: Och FIRST METHODIST\ 'CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST>CHURCH k
1JNIr* 1i JUW> >fBNwaoK1* Dr. AH a:Watson.. .Vlhl Ult.'Is try to understand 331 W. Oseeola :A...... I 12 E. Ventura Arcana, .
HAS NyigD4DVANTAGES pastor of Calvary Baptist Churtfh Just as .each nation .. Rev. Richsq JCnIIht., lltor Rev. I* T. J'IID. Pastor ,
1."JMer" JNrieMtl 111+ adjoining the University of 'Ala und<:tstand, other { 8:43 a.m.- Chprdr School 9.45: a.m.-Sunday School f
Lenrei"tdrmsWMBMyban.r) ." "' bama .campus in 1lraceloeet'"For! ,; though .they1 do..not '' 11:00: a.m.-Morning service U500va.m?Moryl.Q Service
J.'i>eiKs4alle serrlce (serving. agriculture exclusively meriy pastor'of-the-great' North, them said,Jernlgan. > ( 6:00 p.m,-Methodist Youth Fel- 6:00).m.-Training Union
t estaorm11A" 'M iw4fr.q .v k.ft. p".u, 'wood Baptist Charch in West Palm: 'fellow .travelers'"tin :

...'Fd /relut at-0bthDea4alrwMhoni'peaaltyi "OtC Beakh h< well-known In the area 'Earth,* -which. only a ; : Union: 730| p.m-Evenlag Service Wednesday: I ,? |
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g. t4ad7e i'yhlocal people familiar. with local agrl- for ''Ms-'fervent effective gospe; of the;aBIvwrse: He : Wednesday: It. ...>.".. ,- 7.00: ,ra.-Officers and Teachers
<: 1IdIuH. .,,'.11' "',,. .n ..... pteaching f .. .. I that'Americans tend to 7:IS p.m.-Choir Practice 'Meeting
If .refStifcbejjot servtpejie a" wi pjease Write.er ahpne Services are' held et 10" each ior to people in other : i I II II 8:00.p. Midweek Prayer\ r Service -
t R. MAY, rr. e ( ABBOTT, morning I vnd'T 30'each' the truth is that'some : --r. : .
W. Asst. 1' rr. : evening: ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH ** *. i'...
; Yrrifi4Ml/iiJL5'Mfi' JVrr. March Sl-AprU 7.A nursery is provided have higher educational I 8.43: p.m.-Cbolr Practice
(Episcopal)
Federal 1 Linjd Bank Association i I lathe fdr'aMIIt icammnulty.iis.''tbUdrell'and-'everyone to :than President the United Cartes''States. : I, 107 N. Pacific

AfrUftlrailfctft l \ take advantage of this opportunity.urged "W the meeting,and I The Bev.. dark H. Dorman Vicar NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY
.1 .. the final meeting in the I Sunday,Services: i tBAPTISI .CHURCH I
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a a.n
''I: 'I' raUenTOI\.b" ., \I. J contest whieh-has'! 7:30: a.m.-Early Eucharist 304 N.' Francisco Street I
I Select 6364Chee between the Belle Glade' ., 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor '
tBONE.J; .i111er r At t U nf1lln, tr..BMDEIVTDx. FLA. F
10:00 School...
isfcxr Rostarr clubs1. Church School a.m.-Sunday
.... .,. te ef'.. .fit,F ,i member was absent I Saints and Holy Days as an 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
-.a: .. .
's '" .r. Selection- 'of theeleadefs: fdr club members felt' the I nounced.> 6:30 p.m.-ETC *rw a",.
Clewiston High School vwsityjujtl been highly successful : ,, Confessions by. appointment I *7tfl&p.m.-Evening Worship
1 .. junior varsity made '" i iCO Wednesday W. .. ..*
was Thundayafter winner can only' beo\" ( : *rt* '*' l-nrrf 1411 !j.a \
a two weeks training perloc after Belle -Glade's ) rr Kf3fWfJAN 7.30: p.m.-Prayer,Service
laeeglrtaveeklag' positions on tiu19U64 week. The contest has ) ".U, .tAra.
07.
ATrr'titeffi 7f : ; cheerleader squads. Twenty close throughout. I ..,, / R ralmAvemie. ST.'llUaABET'I.IIUKm
Sid
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t i l t or three*girls reported: tor .training, : : 18; HeeryiicFAd1If44ster I St s slitev+HMb4rlphiesS74oeaelt.
with 14 trying for the Six vacancies1 pte5min.*Sunda* Sebcei.fr : .....s\JBdarY\
N tjce\ fsnerebyrgiven t ato: the. City Com- for varsity and nine,for'the'font Field Events. Ut8oIn. ta1nQ uWorshhxriel11:001kvaNursery *U30LE istaedaIIWBI7aAn. _
[positions on'Junior i varsity' lady! fvacet For : | in the ParishWdlousAtriiHu .' leayeWeedsy Mass
of the .
misslpners city of ,Moore Haven, suffered ache<< and 'pau'tllJlo'DtIfew ...Ok. .. (.F8ts : ( ...

FToriaeLwill tecejve Digs ate: the city'hall in days. asronly,.U heerleadaiknowuthe HeldT' ylgoreus training, wor I Ladles' Al-
,said city: DV Apnl. h I'1:1: 963 <& ?WV l for and.skill required. II' .A'1. the'l'tle..lD. track. .** frwtt tea Society
? r *i Except for the \LIuahebooJ.hoU jrUl Saturday. : 7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice 11ai1ai< .
; by sR A'.ISIW
(thq purchase the highest bidder'and saleby days.and.a.week.off.after basket up J6'a. a&M& :c1e"lawn> I 9:30 a.m.-RelZgtaus Instruction
the city ban season, cheerleaders Is a,yea tee liaMe Ved'tlcdd> I"IPRY't< V. MM 1< Mft..*tCHUfctW w .. a'r
around task Qewfetofc the running ) B JESWWMIRISTATOSTOUC .
including, .. summer.. : : : HI-IIAVli4rris\ CHURCH
time' I' *" v '. U111fel'Yt.a. I e a s > WH |
"' Ci I After: lhefctfainff V !odytty: *, l Me!Willis'of. + I .. death aewktfe v IIf Mfat1 ;.WdlWIf..7.. sea
Tne"Ol yTII I ; outs afe.hal44w.whlch.tbe:girl 'ttp 2IWP) latI1IRClDDie \ 'I Ban WUier DlxoJMiJf sstorUHDO .nllv.! ;Y1c? !!'t.P stor.
..m. .
Hid Mchta*. tlndseyj' I sttnSFVEunday School IM11d30. \
are judge y.ssk J1itm.4lm1n cartwheels
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1 \I'A''tV iI ,* knowledge' Of 'cheers, 43ew4tt6*>pta *dr seconds :IfttOO a Preaching Ierm.+Mca1ilgrlatesahapa6I4
NmPl.-.rm uiuveuiaitf geoertf as individual leaders in Tttsdayt! ..9 Hs1ftBO a.f'1'sgYsYtlQaO0
itppearance.w1oordinltlon.! and! '-I* the'jfi("lJ ..... ; p.m.-Prayer Meeting ,.." p.iq.Evening' ...Worship
1 Air ConditionerThe 1OArtr 'Ihod 1e.unUJJ 410. i I won 4Yfrets,-4 seconds ; : FddayM ..t.t| see i OMiie uay} ,t ," \ ,
JUdslngnoorrunlttee ,of1 I five for a total of-34 points. 7.30: urn.-Young People's Meeting 8:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
::: l'I.'r. .
persona Is'selected1 by<'ake+'advlsar wont first, 1 Itcond
: :for'thB try-outsi'After the try-outs for 11 points!"This 23 ft* CHURCH OFisQOD
Board of City,Coinmissioners reserves the present'cheerleaders trait' the lost the meet for cn-OF CBaIST- 212 8. Pacific Avenue

the right to refuse all'bids. selected girls for the next school In the running events Pastor M (Christian) 1 lOfflO. Rev. Joe Coleman
year, won 2 firsts S seconds a.m.-8unday School
.. John C. Scheffler Minister 11OOam.-Morning Service
Chosen for the' 8V64 varsity for 28 points.
were Mary; Beth Fry;Sara Jo Cato I firsts 2 seconds and 4 : f North Sugarland Auditorium *7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
DORIS GREEN Barbara Zemonek, Janice Carlin 35 points.In : 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday:
Jan Wilson and Linda Johnson. Vet- the relays, : 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship 'T:'0, p.m.-Prayer Service
City Clerk crane returning will be Sandra first place and 2 second : Service Friday:
Pace (capt, Jackie Goldman, 5 points Clewiston won 2 Wednesday: 7:30: p.m..-Young People's Endeavor
ally Oliphant, Cindy Allen and 1 third for 10 points. : 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study
LOUIS, A. STOREY Sheila Isbel. Girls chosen for junIor Clewiston amassed 11
varsity were Gayle Roland, field events 35 In, Church Feature Is Sponsored J By The '
,- Mayor Karen Holland Quits Mazzina and In relays for a total of P Following:
*
Barbara Waters, the only veteran Okeechobee got 34 In A- I
returning Diane Williams (capt) 28 running events and 5 Floyd Howell/iAgent;; Parkinson's Inc.
Judges for the tryouts were for a total of 67 points.BIRTHDAY. STANDARD,OH, COMPANY Complete Department store

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CITIES SERVICE STATION ,, tN)
"What makes ., \ ';r-:". < SAVINGS .. LOAN ASS'B

s Inc. -=:afClewiston .
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March 28-Grace r 1 ...
r ; ; i*'r the leaves March 29-A. 0. Ward. -' Motor Co.
I..f'
: March 30-Fay Th C1Qyrlton
d' look so Cothern, M. L. Williams J cwa00 c.P4a0a..Mro1:
lalston. DIIm.IIII.I1/II.IU.IIIB.IIIIIm.IIII1-'
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,'I, y 'I! Fred W. Orris Joe
4 .4-iU/- April 1-Roland R.
'. i $ t eta st a aI
Broadrick.
voi '\ L / 'We've got aconple ef diseases R.AprU 2-Arlene AL :

in our corn crop, son. One la Suggs, Mary Alice
( e a leaf blight with a long name. John.oa. Harold Adams.
/ a '' The other is Puccinla rust AprU 3-Bill Johnson MARCH 31 I to APRIL 7

:0. ) And our ttlerv-b the tame lores Langford Twiddy., Sarabeth... 1... :. r ) ,
disease in that April 4-R. C. Wilson I 10:00 A.M. 7:30: P.M. DAILY i" f"

:\ # i' that's celery blight.If we land Nell Johnson; "
No, \ "
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a don't do something about it, 21 \sw Per onallnvlta.tJo To RevIval ; I
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ithose 4isases* ,It ,"tJ ., l1'lUbtJ', AIIr' 'iQt47lld
lot of I
crops-cost us,a mosey.L
.f. iI'o Our mtortatle) AUditOrIUm
f if A rr w *;*a Y. In ; >
t Then what art vt gonna doT .. ., : ,
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Our spray.truck is all loaded .1 ""' \ "

,, 4 up and ready to go right now. ...:urI: :-J..4Yhanee, i is r
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We're using DITHANE -.-.--- ''I
wfthey call it a maoab (uflgiclde. !alt

t*. '' It'll control the diseases II' # I)
in our corn, and our celery, OF M
4 \ too. { l' C'Yi III/) I
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5 2 ?} i.E"' obi': CHURCH CHOIR
\ HOIII can r01& be are', um ']

r tested for r RESENTED: SOLOIST I
Because it's been PATIENCE %IS WHAT WE I
Most of the farmers FOR..YOUK
years. USE OH .6CWS DIGGER YOUTH CHOIR
around here use it to keep ARC.. .
THAN WE 1'srImAL;
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and celery healthy.)
\ their corn
'Walt and see-come harvest .
{ time we'll have a big yield of t '
1 top quality corn and celery. r :

i I W y,h are tomettht tprat trwU,, o BEST EVANGELISTIC MUSIC
Tel him to lot DITHAIJB M-22 I _I
, t tL on the half acre rON IOU.WI''' r S% Directed By REV. JAMES FENTON I''

'.. C;% ,, mint! 'i
:* e A Nursery for your children i t ae
A preaching and pastoral ministry .to meet your needs I
Yt t u A competent staff of teachers supplied with the best material to present I
1 a thorough study of the Bible
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h Graded departments doing the highest type, of Sunday School work 4 I''
y .eV A graded program of church music providing a place for every musically
inclined person
... kea Re A steadily expanding program of World Missions 1 I
You'll enjoy the hearty welcome, the friendly atmosphere and the sincere ,L
v t If interest shown la you at ;

( FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ;'

DsltsAaffiMS ROHM'I':

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r \\1 Page 4 THE CLEWIS TON (Fla.) NEWS Thur., March 28. 1963 El Cid

a; :, Clewiston Defeats Opens

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Sunday HereIn


[ ) Seacrest 5-4 Here every world crisis throughout

sets off an EXPLOSION of the centuries, one man has emerged -
during the hour of greatest Bible

V gftSftgffi Clewiston won Its second base- Bruce to pop back to the moundfor need, as If chosen by destiny and to L
\ tower above his fellow men
: f' : ", f 1: defeating ball game the of the Seacrest season Seabawk, Friday Seahawk'a the second pitcher out, This John brought Wool- leave an Indelible mark on world

't excitement 5-4. The Tigers jumped off to a bright to the plate with two outs history.Such a man was Rodrigo Diaz, a speaks to you
five run lead during the first five and Clewiston leading by one run. noble
:} 'i and courageous: Spanish
innings on the fine pitching of Jim- Woolbright had the only extra base young deeds and Inspired -
whose heroic
my Davis and the hefty hittingof hit of the game in the sixth inning leadership stemmed the onslaught
Mike Mazzlna, Ronnie Olden, off Davis. He really got his bat Into of fanatic Moslem tribes
Butch. Redish and Jimmy Bible. n high fast ball from Olden and into the heartland of Europe.

Mazzlne. ; beat out an infield hitto I El Od, which begins at the DixiCrystal
t short In the first inning, stole exciting WSWN
tells this STATION
4 Sunday BELLE
second and advanced to third when GLADE
story The feature will be shown 900 K C.
Sid Hlgdon drove a sharp line Sunday
once 'each night at 8 p m.
drive to center. Higdon stole second
$6.95 and Ronnie Olden rapped a ..... .t 4 March,with a 31 Sunday through afternoon Thursday matineeat April $PGfM PROWMS tEGm MAftCrfij
hard grounder to third scoring Maz '
zlna. sent a towering drive to deep center 3:30: p.m.

.,.at curator*. In the third the Tigers added fetid where Jimmy Bible, :his The exploits of this romantic THE
two more runs when Butch Redish back to the plate, raced back and warrior have been preserved in EII'Lt '
Bring your children In at your earliest drove'a hard grounder through the 1 made beautiful catch to end the ballads poems and plays; how became THE
RID convenience and inspect our dynamic J shortstop's legs. Olden later scored game and save the victory. out of a small village to
/ SHOi'sV "election of Red Goose shoes.We when Butch Redish rapped a ingle Two basal hits-Woolbright serve as king; how he wooed and
Pf'cfae'y' *t each pair. to center. Two more runs came in Strikeouts.Woolbrlght..8; Davis won the fiery Castilian beauty

Tb Ulumidon of,M the Mm latter the fourth. Bible started things off 2. Olden 1.WalksOff. Chimene; and how he rose to such
y,,, Jn ihll ,d. doaiba tilt upptn only.HOLLINGSWORTH'S with a sharp single down the third Woolbright 1; Davis heights of glory that even his enemies
\ base line stole second and raced to 1; Olden, 1. bestowed upon him the title,
third when the throw was wild at Winning 'pitcher-Davis. El Cld which means Lord. t
second. Mazzlna walked after two Score by,inning: R H E Charton Heston and Sophia Loren
..._ .. 004 0-4 4 1
000
Seacrest
outs and stole second with Bible ? team in this adventure, pageantry,
SHOE STORE dewlston .. ..... 102 200 '-5 8 4
till at third. Sid Higdon beat out a thrilling action with a cast of a
slow roller to third scoring Bible Batteries i, Woolbright and Mar- thousand.
and Mamma scored when Olden tel; Davis Olden ((6)) and Redish feWSTIAN i SCIENCE
drove a sharp grounder to leftfield Plate umpire, R. L. Maples,
bases Ernie Miller. $6 Million Paid RADIO SHIES
To this point It looked like an
easy Clewiston win as Seacresthad RanchThe
For Parker
not threatened to score off Da Trojans Win
vis. But the top of the sixth Inningwas EACH SUNDAY AT 12:45 P.M.
Parker Ranch, 80,000 acres
a long one for Clewiston. Sea-
in DeSoto with Brahma-
crest scored four big runs and Ron- County
Tuesday 4.2 airport, a 4-
type; cattle a private
nie Olden had to relieve Davis with
out. place Cessna plane and 4,000 other
one
With the score 9 to 4 in favor of Clewiston Tigers lost to Lake I acres in Okeechobee County has
been sold by the Parker family to
the Tigers Seacrest came to bat in Worth on Sugarland Field Tuesday
the seventh. Adams drove Olden'sfirst afternoon by a score of 42. Calvin Houghland, Fort Lauderdaleand

pitch deep to left field but Higdon pitched a fine Sidney.. Nashville Tenn. 1
Greg Rlcketion made a nice catch Clewiston couldn't hold a The ranch east of Arcadia has
and one was out. Olden forced! Tom lead, obtained. in the first innlnff more than 100 miles of fencing and
On a walk and singles by Ronnie 50 windmills on its vast acreage RESTAURANTWEST
I Olden and Butch Redish, Clew which fronts the highway for 23
Clewiston High lston cored two runs in the bottomof miles
; PlentJ.of'healthful, piping hot 1 SUGARLAND HWYWEDGWORTH'S. CI.JWIS'l'ON: ruI
School Launches the first Frank Lamb, Trojan Houghland says he will continueto
f water for dishes, baths, laundryand pitcher then became very tough allowing operate it as a cattle ranch.CLASSIFIEDS .
cleaning-at just the temperature Swim TeamUnder only one more hit for the .

you want-with a Bryant the sponsorship of the, next six Innings-a single by Maz
principal James E. Brandon, and' zlna in the fifth with two outs andno
LP-Gaa Water Heater. Saves I'
; gee with the help of Gene Fuller, Clew- one on base I INC
: ; : ; tcaxt you money! Fully insulated Iston High School had added swimming The Trojans won the game in the LOT OWNERS-CBS homes 100

r to minimize heat lose See to its sports program top of the second, scoring three per cent finance. 2, 3 and 4 bed-
The team has been working out big runs. H. Wise walked, was ad. room homes,
1&. you'll want itl! complete home on SINCE 1932
for several weeks in Sandy Bell's vanced on a sacrifice bunt, and your lot, no down payment no closing -
swimming pool for which the swimmers scored when Arnold drove to left cost, no cash required. 15 yearsat
A are very grateful to the Bells. center field. Lovell smacked a 6 per cent simple interest payable iII=..irF..1
hronILP Several meets have been planned double play ball to Mazzlna at in part or in full at any time-
(for this new sport. Yesterday the short, bat Mike threw wild into without penalty. Contact Henry "
i team traveled to Fort Myers where right field allowing both runnersto Elfers, district sales representative 4 1
they competed with the Fort Myrs advance one base. Bob Bourne Box 274, South Bay, Fl-. or .
Junior School. lined the next pitch to center field
High
call WY 6-3579
Built and'inartced ,
J GAS Other meets are: scoring what proved to be the win. by Norley Construction Co., Inc.AprlSc. .. .
April 2-Lake Worth Jr High, ning run 3. I I ." IZJCane
AUTOMATIC WATER HEATE1FtMHr I p.m., there Clewlston's record' 'now is two .!

t....Vint Cat ,loitw April 5-Lee Jr. High (Fort My victories and three defeats. The 1960 FIAT 500 for sale New valve
.flinty. .!Hot Wot* Twnpwatw MtcflM ers), 3:30: p.m., there. Tigers play in Belle Glade tomorrow job, recent motor overhaul. $450or Molasses Fertilizers
......Operating. Cut D.p.fidablOuallty s April 9-Fort Myers Jr. High, Ronnie Olden is slated to. will consider trade on boat.
pitch ani the Tigers will be seeking
CwntracltM OixrallMIGLADES Contact Dan Parrish
3:30p.m, here. Moore Haven -
,.w.r.ry to even their record for the High School. Mar28c Cattle Minerals PesticidesWEDGWORTH'S
April 26 Suncoast Conference season.

Meet at Lake Worth. Next h>me game is Friday, April
With the exception of three 10th 5, again:t Pahokee PIZZAYU
I grade girls, the team is made up Next T lesday (April 2)) the Tigers
of junior high students. Boys In- will pta: .' a night game in Fort INC.
clude David Bardsley, Steve Bell Myers at Terry Park, spring training 2-3311 ,
I Mark Clark, Don Edwards Bruce site of the Pittsburgh Pirates. P. O Box ton Brlie Glade Phone Wrests 4.M3,
I McConvllle, Jerry Maxham and Game t.me is 7 p.m. The boys Su3arland TOM PARKER, Sale Representative

I Girls Include Sandra Bell, Susan could us J a chcaring section. Why Pharmacy 1_
I Butchart, Sara Jo Cato, Qulta Mazzlna not be ou nand? ---- --
GAS COMPANY Terry Moore, Donna Morrison Score by innings: XI H E
Sally Oliphant Connie Stan Lake Worth ...... 030 010 0--01 6 1
v ley and Bobble Waters. Clewlston .. '.. ..... 203 000 0-2 3 :i
Phone YU 2-1311 Clewiston, Several more are out for the Lamb aid Bar:; Illgdon and: I Grocery

:: team but, as yet, have not be- Redlsh
with the FHSAA Strikeouts by: Lamb, 11; Hig I FRANK'S
come qualified
:..., don, 6.Walked.
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Recreation Department swimmingteam
are requested to report Mon
6 day, April 1 at 4 p.m. according
to Eugene Fuller, director.
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I' All youth wishing to Join the NABISCO
swim team are' asked to reportat

4:30.: Fuller emphasizes that Saltines _-.1 lib. pk.31WEBS: 3 Ibs. 49|
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boys and girls who wish to join __ _ __
the team do not have to be exceptional -
swimmers the
( 1 as purposeof STOCKTON
the team is to make individuals BRAVO

better swimmers. Catsup -- --__ __ 2 for 29* Corned Beef __ __ Can' 39?I

Bell Is WinnerAt "

CARNATION
Hialeah MeetSteve NO. 303

Tuna------------2 for 49 for 39{
Tomatoes 3
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t finest young swimmers, won first
place in the' Winter DevelopmentMeet
in Hialeah Saturday. He YELLOW
placed first in his age group in the U.S. NO. 1

2 or 3 bedroom homes 200 meter Individual medley 'then Onions -- --- --- ___ 2 lb. 15t Potatoes 10 Ib s. 39
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soon afterward placed fourth. lathe ___ __ _
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Steve to Hialeah for "s_ ___
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Church Choir THE I: CLEWiSTON IP7a.t NEWS, Thurs., March 28, L9/3 Page 6

Adams of Miami. !
Women .. ; Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
rjews ; ql PersonalsMrs. Miner for a few day are his sis
,
-, ter, Mrs. Annie Mark and Hugh
"'Slid David Miner all of RichmondHill
SM Ga.
Sie! Is Honoreet Nell Durham Lane of Wilmington Mrs. R. C. Wilson entered St.
ins Elaine art N.C., and John Dorsett of Mary's Hospital In West Palm
Silver City N.C., are visiting Beach Tuesday for treatment fora
w friends la Clewhton. heart condition.

t. Jerniqan Home On Saturday Mrs. Alice Barton Is a patient In I Mr. and Mrs. A.W.,. Lawrence '
St. Mary's Hospital West Palm
attended a district postal supervisors' -
s Elaine Siewert of Florida J. C. Drake, Mrs Leroy Hare, Beach. meeting Saturday evening In
Ie? University was honoree at I Mrs. L. E. Lee, Mrl. Moye Bishop at Bob Kehoe of the University of West Palm Beach at the Pennsylvania
dellgbtM coffee Saturday at and Mrs. Frank Zemonek- 1 Florida spent a few days here with Hotel }
I tome of Mrs. Will Jernfcan fisted the hOltesses. his parents, Mr and Mrs. Michael' Among postal employees planning
poinsettia Street Mr,. William The p.rtWII held during both Kehoe recently. to attend the district postal
I was co-hOltess.: morning and -afternoon hours and Clyde Hatfield left Tuesday cl fk'* meeting In Arcadia Saturday
IBM Siewert daughter of Mr. spring flowers were used throughout morning for Chkoloskee where he are Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Mrs.
MrS. Walter A. Siewert. Is a the living and dining rooms. planned to make a boat trip Into A. W. Has Gerald White and Bin
Centering the refreshment table, the Lost River territory a dense Watton. ,'
fc7.Sstewert.nd Mr,. C. were sandwiches, cookies, pastries, mangrove swamp area.
Deacon poured tea and coffee' tea and coffee were served with Mrs. Pauline Howell has gone to

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. E. E. nosegays of yellow rsebuds. Yellow Macclenny to' visit, her parents, I 6/1b "...
Ill Mr' Fred C. Sikes, Mrs. tulips were featured In, other Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rowe and to
arrangements. remain with them while Mrs.
About 85 guests called Rowe enters a Jacksonville hospitalfor
Clubs during
Bridge the party hours. Mrs. N. C. Talk AL surgery. &: iDLrr1
_
of Vero Beach'was an out of town : LL_ Miss Elaine Siewert of Florida CLEWI9TOX.:" FLORIDA

E. E. Kelly entertained' visitor. -_.._., -......._..- State University spent the weekend
mbers of her bridge\ club at her with her parents. Mr and Sun., March 31

r home Wednesday, awarding BIRTHMr. AMONG THE MEMBERS, of Urn: One Youth Choir Chrlstabel Kelly, Warren Fletcher, Leslie 10n,. Mrs. Walter A. Siewert. 3:30: 8:00: P.M. Only .
Wed. 'lbUri.AprUII34
Mri. R. M. Mon. Tues. -
ze for high score to which: will b3 at IIC tbs featured sinter darin son; third row, Betty Ann Ford, Billy Crawford Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lawrenceand -
:hop, and bingo prize to'W.Mrs.B. and Mri. Ken True of Tallahassee next week' revlTal at First Baptist Church are David Vowell. Harold Jones Tony Miller Bobby son Jerry Lawrence, of Wau 8:00: P.M. Only
Mrs.
P. Jernlgan and announce the birth of a these boys and girls: left to rteht. front row. Jones, Christine GMdens, Donny Morgan Smltty chula, visited friends In Clewlston ROAD SIIOW PRICES
rron, who tied. Mrs. son Daniel Wayne on Thursday, : Linda Nail Carletta Thomas Thadene Wynn, San- PolhW; fourth row. Kenny Davis Michael Jon Friday and attended the Future ADULTS 7Se
)then playing were George Mrs.C. March 21 in Tallahassee. The dra Broker Judy Brasher, Joy Waldron. Patsy dan, Lawrenra Worth. Ronnie Morgan Freeman Farmer barbecue In the evening: CHILDREN 40e
icker. Mrs. H. A. Hester Ezelle :young fellow weighed 8 pounds, 1 Cox. Jade Miler, Ray Hinnon. Gregory Phillip. lodges Joe Elder Jimmy Bible, Tommy Weathers Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Goodwin
J. W.
Prewitt. Mrs. ounce at birth and is the grandson Tony Harper; second row. Gall Hall Janice Can and Jimmy, Dim.-STAFF PHOTO have returned from a visit of a i
i Mrs. Agnes e e Thomas.. of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.,Geiger lln, Anita Carlla, Barbara Clark. Karen Morgan. month with her sister Mrs. S. H. I
of Clewiston. Glvler in Tampa.Mr. I 'II
tin. J. W. Clark was hostess to
.
and Mrs. Vincent Hendrlcks
bridge club last Thursday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Roy W Wilkinson Mrs. Art LawrenceIs I 1 ,
the Mrs. Eunice Cothern Is Elected spent Sunday in Bartow visitingher
entertaining at the Cane- are proud parents of a daughter
g sister, Mrs. Earl Monroe and
ike Patio. First prize was won Kathy Lynn, born March 23 Surprise HonoreeMrs. CHANLTON SOPHIA
Mrs. G. E. Etherton second bys. in Hendry General Hospital. The To Head Beta Sigma Phi Next Year I her Dan.McCarthy husband. and Loyas Barton HESTON1DRENBig
C. E. Miner, a guest, and daughter weighed 5 pounds, 7 Art Lawrence was honoreeat spent the first of the week in Atlanta
by Mrs. J. P. Sexton. ounces. a surprise housewarming shower -
go laying also were Mrs. Foy Dur- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hodges are Mrs. Van Cothern Jr., was chosen ers Day Banquet at the Clewlston given at the home of Mrs. G. E. attending the conveontlon of as'BenHue
LP Gas Dealers Association.
president of the Beta Sigma Phi Inn on April 27th. Report was I
ice, Mrs. C. M. Oliphant, Mrs. the proud parents of a daughter,
Etherton Saturday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and
R. Hooks, Mrs. Charles B. Linda Cay;;,born March 22, in Sel- Sorority for next :year. Elections made that sorority members made
em and Mrs. Bernie Bryan, ma, Alabama. The daughter weighed were held Wednesday evening at, 235 sandwiches for the workers on Mrs. Etherton and Mrs. Dan Sulli- Mrs. Mayme Hutto were in Miami ...if not j,
01 guest I 7 pounds, 8 ounces. the Canebrake patio when the local -' Sabin Oral Sundays: November 11 van. Shades of lavender were chosen Sunday visiting Mrs. Hutto'sbrother blggerl"LATimi I I'i
chapter held Its regular meet- and March 3. as the theme for the party, because J. O. Weathers.
Mrs. Eustace L. Adams had as *
In,. : this was Mrs. L.wrence'llelection
for decorations !In the her guests for the weekend her
Other officers Mrs. Mike
are
Wonderful daughter- In law and grandson, dd-
Mlllicevlc, vice Mrs.' new home the family will move 4
president; InitiatedBy
Four
Mrs. E. L. Adams Jr., and LaneWholesale
Harriet E. E. Edwards, recording Into this weekend. M
I? secretary; Mrs. Bill Baker corresponding -i Mrs. Campbell Nail. Mrs. H. H.
t secretary; Mrs. Jack Elks LodgeThe Avant and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were MeatsWhole
Redish, treasurer. Mrs. Kenneth: rewarded with handmade novelties I
Walker Is civil defense chairmanand Clewlston Elks Lodge No. as prizes In games during the aft Halve.) or Quarter
Mrs. Johnle Jackson, extension 1865 had four candidates for Initiation ernoon. Refreshments of ice cream BEEF and PORK i
officer. last night. These were Wil and cake in shades of lavenderwere Wendell Howard !

The chapter voted to send Mrs. liam A. Baker Emerson Rent, Jerry served to the honoree, Mrs. Bt. 78 S mile W. of LaDen
Jackson, retiring president, and Rudd and Wade Wilson. A. W. Lawrence. Open Full Time
Mrs. Cothern new president, to the! The meeting was the last full The honoree received m.nylftl OR ..-!. I II I
state convention In Hollywood.I I meeting at which Raymond Pitt- for her new home, reflecting her
The sale of Katheryn Belch candles man will preside as exalted ruler.A color scheme w.
for the benefit of the Beta I buffet dinner preceded the The guest list Included Mrs.L. .

1 H Sigma Phi Charity Fund was. meeting. L. Lowe, Mrs. Urey Waldron, d2.nin
launched, all money from the sale Mrs. Hager Lowe Mrs. Luther fttnosHoward SAMUELBRONSiON
$$6.95. of these candies will be used lo- Lowe Mrs. A. W. Slaw, Mrs. T. M.

cally. District Deputy Waldron. Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Mrs.R. Spinets '. ?M. ,
Plans were made for the Found- L. Saxon Mrs. Foy Durrence Mirror "Studios" pemreTe bosoms
Mrs. Nail. Mrs. Avant, Mrs. Ezelle, I TocsIIRMIe
Will InstallFrank Mrs. Frank Cox Mrs. Glenn Lowe, $325.00 TIBNNICOIOC'Misr
FHA Members Attend
Mrs. Abner Vann, Mrs. Sandy Bell
State ConventionThree Dooley, Belle Glade district I Mrs. M. L. Williams. Mrs. W. W.
Perry, and Mrs. Ralph W. Bishop, LAKE
deputy of the Grand Lodge of
GOOSE
with" UNIMOLD Soles and Heels members of the Clewlston Elks of Florida and his selected I Misses Artls Lawrence and Beverly APPLIANCEPh.

SHOES A marvelous way to save shoe leather! Red future Homemakers of Americaare team of( Installing officers will con- Etherton. TU 2-7151:
-- Goose Unimold soles and heels are marproofand leaving today for Jacksonvilleto duct the Installation of the Clewis- I, Each guest was presented with a
water-resistant under normal con. attend the state convention of i ton Elks Lodge next Wednesday corsage and a favor. I
ditions they actually outwear the uppers. that organization.Miss I April 2nd. ---

The mllllDtioa e6 CIC dweem lads, kthiiid, toailictHOLLINGSWORTH'S Sally Schick, president: i A. C. Ellison will be installed as
+e e' ',"'' the appcn 011I,. Miss Donna Redlsh and Miss Jan exalted ruler. _
Brantley are accompanied by their I I EASTER
teacher and sponsor Mrs. Jacqueline
SHOE STORE Gentry and Mrs. Margaret Class Will Present I ."
Cochran on the trip. They will return SS ProgramA 'i
I
Sunday. ____ _

K I Illi l"n'.HI.II.W.IIIIIDI.: ', :'i.. .ILt..Lro. .,,,.'!. I:. I.:1'1:10.:! : '. .II. .1L.1.'I:.' n.II'.lIlm.' program on: superstition will Better Dresses for i ,: )
fcs: live: by a group of young girlsat

EFFECTIVE ; Church the School Community Sunday Presbyterian morning. the Happy Easter o4 ', u r rje

Taking part will be Judy Brant- I ;a" 1 to' 'i
SAE ley, Helen Halnes. Ann Caber. Season ::
APRIL I 1963 Randi Crockard, Jonelle Hooks, g4 1 '
Mary Lee White, Pat Christian '
(within Florida Suzanne McPhail Retie Fuller and ARLENE AIRESS 1 1\
) Mary Elizabeth Bishop.Hospital I .
Rayon Cotton Washable i
I Wrinkle shy with locket ,J \ 1

EFFECTIVE UP 55LOWER % Notes ,I $7.98 .! I

TO Patients remaining: John Sullies Dacron Cotton Pastels, j r '}t.

APRIL 4,1963 van, Lois SnclJ! Mary Bass, Roy II lace & embroidery trim j ,:,.
Robert Harris, Edwin Scott
Smith "
7-14 : : 1 I
(out of state) l R. J. Tatum Fbssle Wiggins, Jose :
Santlesteban, Eddie Roberts, Mari >'
i
tha Green, Howard Barrett, Mary 1 $5.98PETITE : .
i Helen Scokey Joe Hancock, Kelly i '
j
Jennings Eva Myers. JUNIORS 1 : I
Patients admitted: For Preteens ,
March 19-Bertha Wright Mary In Cuplonl Fabric: CONFIRMATION or FIRST ",

Bass, Harold Wagoner Mary COMMUNION I ,"'o
Chrlstiam, Eugene Hart, Miriam $5.98
Distance Ford, Moore Haven; Evelyn Davis WHITE
Long
Ronald White. LI'L AIRESS I

March 20-Eugene Clawson. .
March 21-Chessie Durden La- Beautifully mad cotton .batiste
Belle; Janet Rudd Buck Wilson. i '
RATES March 22-Lois Snell, Palmdale; : 5.6.6x $5.98 I ;

Sharon Wllkenson. f ,
AFTER 0 p.m March 23 John L. Sullivan, Cottons lac. trimmed I
Station T. Sistine f
Nelle Benefield.
March 24-Richard Coates Mar- 3-6x $3.98 j

Use Economical DIRECT garetta March Herrera.25-Barbara Clayton, La- 100% Dacron Whipped Cream a aS
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SleereleM heaths Zipper back
Belle Lela Athearn LaBelle; w
DISTANCE DIALINGto Mary Sockey. UBelle; Martha : ) Sizes 3 15 ; II
Green. LaBelle; Howard Barrett. i

to keep hi touch foe fam.,1y!, top thonsa for travel pbla.sad you're for t hgood Eddie ;Roberts, Moore Haven; Roy $7.98TODDLERS I : l
II.".,. lor .llmIn xflon of worry. PIck up your phou Smith.
Distance Dialing.Here's March 28-Kelly Jennings, Robert : !
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HarrisTssb. Wiggins." SPECIAL

'12'' 18 months '
A Sample of Your NEW
Dacron cotton I
LOW LONG DISTANCE RATES Black HiltsPASSION Loct'Wmmd i, '
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From I, ,DayArterl"'
Bate Rat.Cleti.l.a PLAY I'

JaeksMvffle. Fla.,, ,MS .*. I" HARV I M-"IL $3.98i:: <'I. !- I

;::;.:..wlslo.Hartford..COM...,.. IM Mt ..**'. A I LAKE V'Ai [ i ,

etaeTr4t.. 'p.M",.ra. TeL 1." 'iMlist. AMPHITP ''Rf Crinoline* and Bouffant $2.98 to$4.98'Petticoat ; R
= tatf ". A/d "5s i
rats statta te : to'I4"i
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On the home front, be announced sides with day the GrIt I
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Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thur.. March 28, 1963 few members of Wi, that he didn't take no b,
::1 Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says: I congregation, a was having their saw Rule time he In the got matter mixed,up that in the a family last I! Is"Brethren certain eople and ySisti 4 '

CLEWISTON TRAILER .5AL 5, 'INC.Invites DEAR MISTER EDITOR: tlon that was knowed sinner in them and Rule troubles.Zlnder Fer come Instant to him, he ter advice !i And fight Hezeklah he got the Adams"worse come" part.to tog aU acquainted on the, Lord'"hIa b.Ieee tan*1
parts as' about half gltUngso
( said his old lady was his daughter ought to "tit. t"
Zeke Grubb'i preacher come said advice about lit
let aegta
Parson him
yon to see the new half tared} The good be by the country tore Saturday beballand.half crabby she was 17 and the High 8berlfr son hl
Marietta and Esquire Mobile Homes he- doubted a feller could tttAJIe I reported <<
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announced be had been. to !btteU nM< > married. The goo:! I grocery stores ..
E. Sngarland night
New en display .3. Hery. in this matter bat Wd ..that WM"fer wanted to git that'Pertlll
away a couple of days on bualneif'' to Mid fee said he dodged that one, the UDae-p.Jmeal !q
bv'waat$ b.re long enough NEW FINANCING AVAILABLE ter the Lord. He wn called bad, argifo4git phblle Opinion. I tbereMonr'YaeV yurthdseeddlog"cNe. too. In tact, he told the tellers, I far M4Deq lib, lit, lit
.he reported 't to, oae .' fchurcher hb"ald KwAnVhew, fee told the foOen.they1 wine". gM6errftul.wed ,things the only real safe advice he ever td.. with tte-Bank!" _
.. .,., t .t Cash, for year wed trailer : toy -preach the bmeeal had'a mighty good crowdWUw i .sari from time to heard a preacher give on personal Tours Ind",
NratJd 11& worse
tar iuajulavv--the'*aongrsgrr Folk .t*..that I .. matters come fromi a anew, [ ,,
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clown 7 to tfme. -- ..: ; < "'N "
LOW'I.QYi payment, ye.art. AeatlaQ. I;.. reperW,. mne to _; !! :: : ": I 'n"

ii.. handle Van Dyke, Marietta and used trailers. ..aer....a.heytdo wtddtaf ..........
.. ," Faone TV X-S661 w4 wgr 'Ofd 0 Jaa e..1 IIIIo H -.gheefret

.... .......... .., ,... ..... 'I..we.... 00#, ....'..... __...oJ ..WARRpJ WILLIAM, SCOW MMswt to and roMlp talk ahootttaMsttafthtboors about "
I Warreo'WlUlam Sceby, 6&tia1- taM 1 '
Atu a rwwa Belle; died at Handry. Oetethl; 4Hsrlltttwd" ai how his depart ai i, ,' "
.' IJa j Hospital Saturday after". a1***** M4Merkt would'te' teen .mightypfehsedxto >!'. "
nets H. was a nativ x>f Chiotaad, bee al the foil they | 4 '.
The Demand e had Uvad-ln LaBell for six.. '78W.! matfe"""; :.hIm.*The, burled him :'i' 'fH 'cl wfsT N ,fNN

Stocker 1 4 He we4tnoy d-a .bridetender Hiceraatery I mile from the
.. Fpr by.the.tiate:: { ,lagaqepaylmet.pSurvfrorlee ,'GfcifrcU abd Whil. they,*was>. go-
tug Mmfthc-Church: to the'rr..1< .
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Cattle Is Heavy WaonetM 3Mo>t %nd.,!:IIIJo..J enk% th>t Parson rail cars stopped'' harvest, 'Dance
:alin.th..tead. Fartbermorethe Specialb
WarMs'b.e&dd1h" : W: and Bniahl.
11/11A I, ct'r+aBdle abd-Jamee fcf--Sprftik- .!..IWHelleri,,they !let the .d.-
parted ride through.-'red lights'and;,'
fleet, Ohle; flw'4augaters.Md1l-
Buy I QlyTIIe. dred Scoby Dayton Ohio; Mri. put his name in the local paper. Saturday, March 30, 1963
Vou Want Frances: Robertson, Atlanta; Mrt.Vivian I was a great pity, allowed the
Cattle Parsley, Sprint1eld.Ohio; Parson, that folks wait.till a man
Mr. ,Marjorie Conwayof Albany is dead afore he can: git a kind
r OI4.and Miss Betty Jane Scoby, word or deed. They'll catch him CHAhhpAGNE StEArK'OII l NER
Columbus, Ohio. Surviving also are walking down the road while he'sliving

11 (rq.tarw I.. : : ell 1! brother!' and two' sisters, In Ohio and try to run over 'him, '.
and ten grandchildren.Funeral then pull off the road and stop 11
--Sales
At 1:00 P. M.
Every Monday services were conductedat when he's coming along dead. It \\2 oz. New York Strip Steak

the graveside In Rldgelawn would be mighty nice: he claimed l' 1, rJ vo iM W e
I if a pore feller could get a preview Baked I Idaho Potato
4t I I Cemetery, Clewlston, Tuesday afternoon -
of his funeral while he was
r'c with the Rev. D. I. Phillips vn' + J :'
MARKET'ASSN.1 still here to'.ppreclate it. AT"
tfairtorfcf'the! 'Church of God \ Tossed S;-In.lI'fa ._

in LaBella, officiatingPatatlson .. a.la u d, dj1... aClewiston 1WA
I say. ayewon Funeral Home was In Ladies Of take I | Inn Bake: Shop Rolls
charge. ,'" ..
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%oa t Young ender Tom Turkey Thurmond.. LaBelle; Joe..Thur Polly McLendon ?????_..,,??,?,? .179ugh
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Louise Griffin; Shady Dell Ga.; McLendon .._ 475
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Stathon Ga. for services and interment PIZZAYU
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58tBREAKFAST J. H. Glenn, 83, a former dew- Sugarland Pharmacy ,. .- .., ....,
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SPECIAL Railroad. Keep your:engine engine parts 1O'n, .friction-free,i :you can saveyoung

;I Mr. Glenn served as municipal up to 1 gallon of gasoline every ,,81 .Save on n*
jude of ClewUton and was also withRPM
One very active in the Baptist Church pairs,too. yin ?If,you want to.wing through
egg, toast, coffee, grits, sausage here, where he and his wife were spring with your whole car humming happily, get

'39 greatly beloved. MOTOR OILS Standard's Spring Certified Car-Chef.We. change
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.Sarah oil
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Pearl Glenn. 5110 llth Avenue
Clean?You probably never saw a machine.clean
South, Gulfport, Fla.; two er, Standard remembers so you can: forget. Then
FOlMtrJ sons, Clark B. and Frank R., both u your engine after a few easy-going miles with we give you t written record..Ready7? You're next!
SPECIAL of Pittsburgh and three grandsons. RPM Motor Oils. These new depoeit-tree oils keep STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
Services were held Sunday afternoon

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I FOR SALE-1960 16-ft, Owens ftberglass $490 DOWN THE CLEWISTON (tFla.1 NEWS Thurs.. March 28. 1883 Page 7 .

iCIASSIFIDADS boat with 80 hp Mercury Home in excellent condition. I .-- .L
_. electric motor with alternator and Close In
to schools and shopping I
trailer Brand new windshield and Pahokee Call Hunt Real Estate, 'After 9' Rates for Long Distance
top. Motor has less than 100 hours 924-7933 tic ;,
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yUkon 81201 n running time. Can be seen at 721 i'.
PHONE Cortex, Phone YU 2-7151 or YU i FOR SALE Large 3-bedroom Calls by Local Residents

tFIED RATES: Four cenu 1-- S-S571 tic r house and 1 bedroom house. Both I
in.erUon. 10 cents ..... .. furnished. lots
nicely I Going
per -- -
r word four inserUon. I' Effective at 12:01: am. on Mon bid opening at the city commission
cbare: -n FOR SALE-Solar heater copper cheap 429 East Trinidad Mch28p 1>
baum tbe price of three. collsfeGood 'sis new reasonable. day, April 1, Inter-County Tele- meeting Monday evening
for Call YU M041 Mar29p DEMAND GREATER THAN phone System users will enjoy reduced Commissioners instructed Rubinto

EVER for houses, acreage, bus!. rates on statlon-to-statlon begin work a* lOOn as possible ',.
FOR SALE-3 settees : 'IrE f 'T -bed), fries, wardrobe cabinet; 1 List your property with us p.m. to any place within the state be on all paved streets before the i!
f R REAL portable TV;, six 27".42" rugs. J, E Beardsley Ph YU 27501. of Florida The rate reduction order rainy season starts, ll.

.. ,It tnv1J1 LaByer Motel, YU 2-2891 tic tic by the Florida Railroad and Included in the streets which ;;
Public Utilities Commission sets a will be resurfaced are: ;Jo,
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bath and pri- FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen maximum charge of 65 cents for a South Atlantic (Hyway to Ventura)

ROOM, private Gentleman only, home. 308 E. Sagamore, Clewls three minute aktin-to-station call Ventura (Pacific to ,San Gabriel) .. \
vale entrance Drive. Phone liJ ton. Call WH 6-2061 Moore Haven I between any Florida points. Depending San Joee (IH-way to Pasadena) ;.,1'
Eo Circle YUu 'or YU 2-6301 Clewlston. Mar28c upon the distance involved Royal Palm (H-way to Oscela Ave.)

1. Trail WAITRESS' WANTED-APPLY IN FRANK DENMEAD the reductions will range from 5 Osceola Ave. <((0< '< Circle to W.,Circle .,,
R RENT[ Trailers and cents to 60 cents for the initial .. i
Royal Palm PERSON. GLADES RESTAURANT LicensedFlorida three minutes and from 5 cents o.ceolid
er Trailer tic Real Estate Broker N. San Pedro (H-way to
Tbone yU 2-2603. to 20 cents on overtime charges of the
rk -- -- Across from Fair Grounds and the alley north pqst
R RENT 2 and 3 room fur- HELP: WANTED FOR SALE Excellent lot on A similar rate reduction order office building ,

bed 5partment. Phone 2.1271.cR north side from private owner by the Federal Communications The city also plans to pave ad'I ..
MALE or FEMALEA Other fine lots first time listed.. Commission will go into effect on ditional areas adjacent and on city

RENT-Bedroom with private Duplex that will pay for Itself, April 4, 19G3 This order sets a streets as follows 'I
2-6881 W. m.lIey. WATKINS ROUTE in this area rent free for owner. maximum charge of $100 after 9 : East and west sides of Francisco '

bath Phone ticEMOS 8 a.. 'SA is open for aeml.reUred man, or I Small frame home, north side, 1 p.m. for a three minute station.to- from Highway to Eiperanza;
r lady.,%Many s.ml-retired people I bedroom., in excellent condition station call anywhere in the 48 west side of Royal Palm Avenue
: CUARTOS PARA ALIUM 'WELL M' NO MAM'we: earn $50 to $100 per week depending Small down payment states (Alaska and Hawaii are from Highway to Pasadena; eastside ,
DOtfT I
GIVE devoted Also
time to route.
W. E. on
Telefono 2-6881. Large lot on Pasadena. Huge overseas calls) Ponce de Leon Avenue to
lleT 315 Este El Paso dewl GREEN STAMPS ON A HOME PURCHASE. have 1 full time route open. Maybe oaks, prime location. Long distance telephone rates between Osceola, north aide of Ventura
tfc I I :you can qualify, For personal Office south side of
west of Post
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300
acres farm land, fenced and points are based upon airline
Interview in area, write J. H
your
Ventura at the First Baptist Church
all cleared, some planted. distance between rate centers. In
modern bed- McGarlty, Box 627, Williston. Fla.Mar28c. ,
RENTLarge and Ventura Avenue south side,
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coned for house trailers Low general each exchange is a rate
kitchen, utilities, telephoned KIDS! NEED EXTRA PIN FOR street from the Post
SALE-BEST the
oom BOAT BUY In as $494 50 xlOO'. center, but small towns or communities across
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TV privileges Phone 2-6191, MONEY We buy paperback South Fla. 14 ft. Kauffman fiberglass Several fine 3 bedroom homes may be assigned to an Office r
eninl. tic books Or !if you like to read, trade boat. 35 hp Johnson Wheel starting at $10900 low down payments adjacent rate center This will pave the streets full
2 for 1. Al Fuller'Country Store. and width in the designated .
controls. Seminole Trailer REAL .ESTATE I In the State of Florida there are areas providing
Apr4cLOST Call YU 25571. parking where congestion -
space
Mar28c Large acreage tracts In Hendryand
3usines.s Seiyic s currently 244 rate centers and the
Is greatest-across from
; Collier counties maximum day station.tostatlon
Soh the Post Office, Baptist Church,
t For REAL ESTATE JUANITA JOHNSON charge for three minutes is (1.63.
.1, -I I Registered Real Estate Salesman U.S. Sugar office, Pioneer Apart'ments.
The new "After 9" rates under
Store NORTHSIDE: bedroom frame, .
ALTERA- Fixtures Clewltton Inn, Clewlston
ESSMAKING AND Rec Phone YU 3-1361 the commission order for these 244
ONS. Mrs Arthur Meske, YU 'I Jewelry Display Cases, Profiteers, $10000 I' Office Phone YU 2-3421 points from Fort Myers will break Motor Company and nearby businesses '
A PUSSY CAT in the vl- Garment NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame, .
(Oil. Apr4c clnlty of USSC research labora- Reasonable.Cases, Counters, etc 19000 1 FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath down as follows

T US BUILD YOUR NEW tory. Black and white spots on Style: Shop Ph 32461. ACREAGE as available I CBS house Extra large carporteand New after 9 rate: 401 to 490

OME in Canal Point. Top work- body, white cheeks with black dim. Mar.28c 2 BEDROOM CBS, excellent condl-! utility room Excellent North miles, 65 cents; 341 to 400 miles, 60 JOHNSON'SFISH

nsblp. Call Hunt Real Estate. pie on chin. Name, Pug Mug FOR SALE-15-ft fiberglass Vanguard dltion Well sodded. Beautiful' Side location phone 2.7791. tic cents, 281 to 340 miles 55 cents, '

hokee 924-7933 tfc Call Stewart Mott at YU 2-1501. boat. 40 bp outboard motor shrubbery, fruit, utility room,I 113 to 280 miles 50 cents, 81 to CAMP

G. PERRY Tax Conaultant New trailer 3600 J T Brant- sprinkler system, 115500 WANTEft: > 112 muss, 45 cents, up to 80 miles, BOATS.' MOT RS. GUIDES

omplete Income Tax Service, .. ley, 440 E. Ventura YU 21721AprlSp. 3 ACRES NEW BEDROOM, 2, 20-60 centsR Motor Repairs.bolt supplies
bath frame home. Hardwood: MORTGAGE MONE WANTED- E. King, general traffic manager
YU 27841. miscellaneous 1 for s Sail
Phone
Excellent AIR,BOATTRIPS
4/lSc floors I security, 8%, 3 year for Inter-County, said that

I'J" FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, 325 FHA HOMES in Broward. Palm loan Complete detail to responsible the present long distance calling -
ATTENTION printed wills form for social security Beach and Dade counties, various parties. Phone YU 2-3421 pattern shows only about 10 per I

withholding and other de sizes and prices Small cash' DRAGLINE WORK WANTED- cent of the long distance calls are
prospective home1 buyers (or HEAVY EQUIPMENT FOR SALE ductions Box of 500. Clewlston payment. I' Cleaning, ditching or dIkin,. Call now placed after 9 p.m. He estimates Co.

merclal!). I am seeking em- Insley %.yd. Dragline 48" News OffIce. FOR RENT Efficiencies and I collect C. B. Davis, 924-7991, Pa- that this will Increase I to Glades* i Roofing
ment. can lave :you many $$$ Swmap Pads, Cummins Diesel en FOR SALE Parrakeets houses as available I hokee. Fla Apr4p somewhere around' 20 per, cent or All ct Roof and
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handle planning, loan proced- gins Independent Boom and Traveler 12.00up. almost double the present figure
Over 1,000 vacant lots to select Sheet Metal Work
Mynah birds
s and I complete construction 2 :years old. 1959 International African love from for all Various Public Mr King further stated that the 4.
Vte George Kendall Box 783, Bull Dozer, TXM4.! Series 150; 1957 Pet birds, monkeys, cages, supplies. prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. purposes Notice company expects an Increase in the New1 Construction or :

attics, Fla. tit I International Tandem Dump Truck boarding. Thompson Wild AND INCOME number of out of state calls, since \Repalrt Jobs w;
I A-l tires. Fred Burger Rt I, Box Animal Farm Phone YUkon 2- NOTKHTh ; greater savings are possible on .
1238. PROPERTY: Henriry Count Hoard of Phone 2.7111 :
kGER SEWING MACHINE I 303, Palmetto, Fla. Ph 722-36S2 tfc 360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent County, Comml.alon.re will r.celve this type. For example, the day "
}prcsentative. will be at Gld sealed bid. it 10:00: AM at theo .
Bradenton. Mar28p ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS CBS construction $25.000. '- rthnuee In I..R..II.. Florida, station to-statlon rate for three minutes Day or Evening ;
( furniture Store each Friday
is Guaranteed. $19. 3 down. 814.04per LONG TERM, low interest, farm "ueoda, April I. 1981 for the I I.came from Fort Myers to Seattle O. Bos 1243 4P t
parts, sales, service stop in FOR SALE 1961 Mercury Out of 2000> acr a. more or 1 I... of Brat Washington, la now (225, from 6
month. LAKE and ranch mortgages .
: APPLIANCE cane grove InK land. Held )I..a. to cnmmmee ..
call YU 2 721. tic FLA.
board. Mark 400. Complete electric p.m. to 9 .m. it is $175 and the CLEWISTON
CO., YU 27151. tic minimum $50.000. April 11 mi bId. to be lubmltted. p 1
LUM a SONS PLASTERING. system Controls and Ride LISTINGS NEEDED on a I or a yr bad .. All lands beIng new "After 9" rate will be the ..:...:;,
(ry Best Work Guide steering Johnson Fishing FOR SALE-50x10' mobile home, J. M. LANKFORD and- located II. Townnhlp In flection 41 Mouth H. Range 17. J''. maximum of SI.00 for three minutes '.\,

We Save You Money Camp. Mar28p like new. Two bedroom. 13650 Rec. Real Estate Broker II Eatt Hendry County, Florida. Overtime,,rates for each mln-

| Pasterlng. mulated: Stone AIRPLANE FOR SALE Four Would consider late model car or 531) East Sugarland Highway reject The any Hoard or all renrven bide, and the to right award to< i' ute will also be reduced accordingly .

Stucco*- Free Estimate place Piper Tri-pacer. Complete pickup truck as part payment Inquire Fire, Auto and General the contract In the belt telecast ot The current day overtime EdwardsPlumbing
Licensed and Insured instrument panel and super Homer at Ehrllchs Mobile Homes insurance Henrtry ROART; County OF, COUNTY COMMIS. I rate is 60 cents per minute to Seattle

23 Years In Business radio. New condition In and out. Park ltp Clewlston. Fla Ph. YU 2-2161 HIONPRS 45 cents between 8 p.m. and Repair
3859 Lora Street $900 down. l..liELLE. FLORIDA 8 p.m.. and will now be 25 cents
Easy monthly "
payments .
I Hv: Cnmpb.ll E Nail Chairman
Fort Myers, Fla. tic I YU 2-3421 or YU CN-141 per minute after 8 p.m. Renovation :J
1-0171 or OX 4-2874 26751tfc I March 3*. April 4. 196JHI

a siuass..s.a..s..- .- .-.-.(........................ FRANK DENMEAD N--140 Rubin Construction Co Replacements Installation ) :W

: I Licensed Health Dept. Heads Gets StreetResurfacing General Repair (

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Florida Real Estate Broker Trouble Shooting 1'
Job
BUSINESS Across from Fair Grounds Licensed :experienced! I 1 lAvailable
DIRECTORY i j Attend C D CourseMiss ;
Rubin Construction I
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home and 17 Companywith
acres Margaret Morgan and H. a bid of 54.5 cents per square Phone YU 2-7230 V VI
fenced and cross-fenced 1 mile from town excellent trees of
yard received
B. Ahlefeldt of the GladesHendryHealth the contract for resurfacing -
SEE US FOR all varieties Many outbuUdlnn. AU on hard road. A once j
WALDRON'S In a lifetime offer. Departments and Dr. William Clewlston streets at the I j
SBOTTLEPGASAppliances .
F. Hill of the HighlandGlades.Hendry
MEATS AND GROCERIES JUANITA JOHNSON Counties Health Departments : I
? ] attended a Civil Defense I

Sales-.Service Open ? A.M. 8PM. Registered Real Elate: Salesman course in St. Petersburg March 21. FRANK DENMEADLicensed .:t

Res. Phone YU 3-1361Ofe. 23.The
P : SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Phone YU 34U course was limited to 200
POWER GAS participants. Among those invited Florida Real Estate Broker
ca. -5 *
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Across Fair
IJIJII. For Your Spur of Moment Picnics I were local Civil Defense drlecton, I' ;,

IW.ORATIONCOLLECT"( W ,* ll" """f -----1 private physicians, hospital administrators y
Four Miles East of dewiston f and health departmentstaff 20,000 ACRE RANCHFirst .Ii!
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South Bay ..,WY. .5521 Bare Beach ONE ONLY the the meeting was health services time offered Htndrr County' ranch excellent mine, '
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thousand ef acres or A-l citrus land. ".
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Customers Now Is the Time G> Consolidate "Central Business AreaWAY JUANITA JOHNSON
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'NO roar debts with a long term farm t I ?,

EXPERIENCENECESSARY loan lotr Interest rates, with '. T % Keflstered Real Estate Salesman s _;
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Federal Land Bank BELOW '. l1 4> 2. \ Phone YU 2-3421 I I

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TITIES See or Write : !
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HENDRY COUNTY Box 688 Walcsld Bonding $2,200. !

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Fla.; P. O. Box 646 7. Real Estate: Broker ,

ORange 8-3261, I .J
Sales and ServiceFOR with, ROILATEXCiry :
By spraying outside home
; 206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501 your once I

IFORHOMEDEUVEKTBeach and, Uect11oton IU It. ** TV m*1 tOL-LATEX 81, .flit' ,,1'"t ft ',
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all In exeellea/Ioeatke next ahopplaf center.
Bobby Giddens News Press and tree Perfect for retired eonple..Uaaopeulw .fata>k*.*., f" ...t"fOWl 7': t tII. ., \ Ask'us about it ...;:,., >' I

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M Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS Thurs, March 28 1963 The scraps we had to leave Harlem NewsEvents
such as bones, gristle and corncobs

Mrs. Samp Brown of Fort Myers,, weren't wasted. Our garbagecans

Fuller Receives I and two grandchildrren.Funerla had legs on "em. There to were be Of Our Colored
services were held In the hounds and barnyard cats and News CommunityMRS.
fed and hogs to be slopped.
Southslde Baptist Church Boynton
District Plaque Beach Monday morning and interment I had more cousins than you JANIE S. GAJADHA Colored News Editor

was In the family plot at Fort could flop a mop at, and on a hot Phone TV S-1258
Eugene M. Fuller received a Denaud Cemetery, with graveside summer day there was a steady +t

plaque "for outstanding serviceto services at 2 o'clock Monday after- procession for drinking water And 107
the Recreation Profession in what water! Sparkling well water, Davis shared their sympathy with Mary Williams, Roy ye-, .
District V of the Florida Recreation noon. precooled by Mom Nature deep Local Girl Makes them in the loss of their brother, *s*, Charles B1

Association 1963." down below the hard clay soil in a Mr. William Stephens, who passed Mendez Bernard. Louis AnT a4
The presentation was made in FULLER'S FOLLIESBy subetrranean mountain stream. Good In U.S. NavyThe away in Atlantic City, N.J., Feb. Harold West ,

Tampa at the annual workshop last But no one had to gripe about I picture above is Dorothy 26, 1963. Patients admitted:

week. Fuller was also reelectedto AL FULLER I finding an empty water pitcher, as native of Clewlston, March -Mary William ,
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serve as vice president of the so often is the case these days.Grandma's born September Friends and neighbors of Mrs colm Callender. *!
Fooeyl on these modern refrig Florida. She was
district for his second year. Ice box was devised fora of Louisiana Broadnax regret to March 2O-.1ame.Dennis
erators. Take me back to the daysof 30, 1943. she !is the daughter ,eeor.
old-fashioned icebox five gallon Jug to fit on top. THE Woodard and Mrs. know that she is confined to Hen- Bradford, ClIfford BarroweL
Grandma's LEAVES Mr. Columbus
THE CALF
Water from this jug flowed througha dry General recovering from Injuries March 22-Horac. Evau
Osburne.
cowboy leave his Almetta Hill Woodard Log,
CHUTE and the accidentMrs. York.
resulting from
chilled coU inside the box to an
FORMER DEPUTY This Isn't just a twinge of nostalgia station. Ibis time the calf cot Dorothy finished her elementary March
Suddenly I'm just plain fed a spigot protruding on the outside. Moat of them didn't. The education at Harlem Academy High I 2t-Harold West, CharI.
I I away. is recoveringfrom Hitchman
tantrumsthrown Laura Jones Louis
And there were no
her high Andersca
with most modern gadgets. Especially Club events will School and she finished >
up Ruing and Boplng
DIES AT BOYNTON refrigerators. because of finding empty afternoon at 1'clock school education at Monoter High Injuries In Hendry General del Bernard, Ethelbert Jci-J
be repeated Sunday
Ice trays. There was no freezer Ga. After spend Hospital and is resting nicely at bert Gaston
Frank E. Howard, a former resident For one thing, there too big. compartment. Every morning the at the Woodward Pasture School, Fitzgerald, the present time. March 25-Annle
trade McCr.-
of LaBelle, and deputy sheriffIn Like huge closets they tend to accumulate faithful ice man brought a huge six miles west of ClewUton. ng several IBM months machine at a trainingand Henry, Roy Young j LJoc,

Hendry and Glades counties, a ridiculous array of chunk of the stuff and slid it into school in March 28-John Adams.
Hartford Conn.
died at his home in Boynton Beach things which should have been the box. When ice was desired one code work In Card of ThanksThe
Vets Info ServiceBy she Joined the U.S. Navy and was;
He was a native of Buckingham used or discarded long ago. had only to grab the Ice pick and
in Lee County, and was well knownIn Sometimes an item gets down whack off whatever was needed. stationed in the state of Maryland, members of Friendship Baptist BASEBALL SCHEDULE: .
FRANK E. VELTRE there for three O. D.
after her training Church, Clewlston (Rev.
the area.Survlvorl right lost in back corners of these I
well used for
Even the
Include his wife, Mrs cold vaults, only to be discovered deep was County Service Officer months she was the only one that Williams, pastor) employed at Hen- March 27-dewlston vs Sebrk
refrigeration. Some items, such as of .
Any deceased veteran wartime eligible to carry the honor General Hospital wish to express home.
Anna Belle Cason Howard. Boynton later in quite a horrifying condI-- was dry
homemade butter, were put into or peacetime whose last pe graduatin day and that thanks and March 29-Clewiston
Beach, two tons, Olaf. Boyn- tion. banner on their sincere vs fctoin
ton, and Angus Ray Lake Worth; There's enough moldy stuff in, fruit jars and lowered in basket, riod of service terminated honorably she received two stripes. deep appreciation to Mrs. AnnieM. away.

two brothers, Radford, of Tampa, Ice boxes around town to make I along with melons and jugs of is eligible for burial in any Now she is stationed in Washington Jones, administrator and Mrs.Flo April S dewiston vas Bel
cold
and Alonzo, of LaBelle; five sisters, sufficient penicillin to fight off an sweet cider down into the national cemetery In which grave D.C., and on March 15th she Dickson, supervisor of nurses, Glade, home.
this added
Somehow
Mrs. E. O. Malmberg. Mr. Cyrus epidemic. well water space Is available, the Veterans received her third stripe. All of for making it possible for them to April S-Clewlston
vs Fort kvers
fla
wonderful to the
something ,
Couch, Mrs. Adolphus Rimes of When I was a kid living on a N. Administration said today. Clewlston is very elated for having attend the state convention that house.

LaBelle, and Mrs. Van Curry and Georgia farm there was rarely vor.NOW scientists have discovereda The spouse widow or widowerof be such a person as Dorothy to repre- was held in Lakeland, Fla. March April Clewlston vi. Fort Ill
an eligible veteran may in the U.S. Navy.
them
sent
20. 1963.
such a thing as left-overs. We ers, away.
way to process perishables so buried in the or in adjoining -
same grave
Propeller Pumps knew better. Jf anything was left they will remain fresh "forever." grave If space is available. May God always bless each of April 17 Oewlston vi BeIIt

I inches to 71 Inches on the table Grandma's feeds They're treating food with radiation A minor child of the veteran may Personal Mention you. Glade away.May ,
visibly hurt, and she took revenge Respectfully] -dewlston
WELL PUMPS were
vs Okeed
and it is indefinitely.
preserved national cemetery
burled in
also be a Taft Brown Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Members
Centrifugal A Turbine next day by "forgetting" to Friendship Baptist bee. home.
Without which
refrigeration in
'" .. I." in the same grave were delighted to have their aunt of Hendry' General
Mbu romps Employees
fix enough hot biscuits, putting too May 13-Clewiston .
vi l
Repair IsstallsUons I really don't care to think about either parent has been Interred. Mrs. Lucile Bell of Brldgeton, N.J.
few chitllns In the cornbread or bee
buying a package of pork chops Should the or child die away.
spouse the
Sales Service as their house guest over past
some similar mean trick. that might be ten years old. before the veteran the veteran Friends in Clewiston May 10-Oewiston vs. lmmob.
weekend. P. T. A. NotesThe
L & F Engineering I lee, home.
SEE Oh Lordy. take me back to must sign a paper stating his In- shrfed In making her stay enjoy-

& Pump Co. Grandma's IceboxiHEALTH tentton to be burled In the national able. Enroute home, she will visit regular monthly meetingwas
DOUG PEARCY
cemetery before the spouse or with her daughter in Clearwater, held Monday night, March 25, LAWN:nd
MOM Haven. Fla. 424 E. Snrariand Are. child can be burled there. Ha. and a niece In Bainbridge, In the school library, with the Efficient Friendly
Phone WlUtebiU 6-2<*7Nlrhts for DIRECTORATTENDS At the time of the death of a We want Your Business
i Ga. Annie Mitchell
Phone president, Mrs. pre- We aim to ..
.Us"Allen'
child eligiblefor
OR 5-J77Z. LaBelle. TAX SERVICE I veteran, spouse or siding. Plans were made for a
c SEMINAR I burial in a national cemetery, Friends of Mrs. Emma Jean dinner sale that will be held April Lawn Service

the mortician or person responsiblefor Griswell are very proud to hear 26, all members are asked to do Yukon X-6248

Dr. William F. Hill Jr, director I funeral arrangements should that! she is resting fine in Cedar his or her share In making this Elbert Ail-n Jr. Pnpmlar

of the HighlandsGladesHendryHealth request Interment diKCtly from the Hospital, Miami. She is expend ,project a success. -
Departments Is attendingthe i, superintendent of the national to return home in a few days. Prof. A. A. Thomas and Mr.

DISTINCTNESSSTITCHED third health officers' seminarIn cemetery. Sylvester Humphrey presented Willie'sShoe
i There is no charge for the grave- Friends and neighbors of Mrs. and for the
New York City. Doctor Hill was plans regulations operaatlon
site In a national cemetery or for Sadie and Mrs. Fannie Shine StandGive
invited to attend this seminar sponsored i Blgham of community recreation that
I. by Columbia University the peeing or closing of the grave were accepted unanimously by all I your shoes that shine

IN BY HANDY School of Public Health and Administrative therein, the VA said. present Special guests of the evening Alabama smile Street, Harlem

Medicine for the purpose ALWAYS were members of the junior Mr. Willie L. Young ProprlfllrJulia'
of sharing Ideas with other Adult Class Enjoys and senior classes.Hospital.
local health directors to Improve

I local programs and services to the Barbecue SupperThe Notes
community and Its citizens. Beauty Nook
The program consists of such Young Adult Sunday School Patients remaining: Malcolm
class of the First Methodist Church
Y topics as program planning In Callender, John Adams, Joshuta EXCLUSIVE HAIR STYLES
health the community structure, held a barbecue supner at the Dockery, Horace Evens Annie Me- Personal Care To Your Hair
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams
international bea1 h. the health; Cray, Ethelbert Jones, Albert Gaston Mrs. Julia Mae Sales
i department's stake In medical care Friday evening
Hernel Jones, Clifford Bar- Proprietor
Enjoying the evening and the
programs, and new challenges in CA.53a5NO rowes, Lloyd York, Standord Stew
bountiful meal sudden
despite
r environment health. The seminarwill cool weather wer D,1 M-". o. art, Lloyd Henry, Carrie Mitchel,
last one week. '
I 1.. G Vaughan and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Galasslni! and chil Hilton's Grocery
t dren. Mr und Mrs. J'Il 9 Sir-ton and
I New Policeman children, Mrs. Kenneth Walker and Groceries Fresh Mead

s daughter, Mr. end Mrs. Ircel r VegetablesCold
i aw Knedler and children, Mr and Drinks Essential Item

Named By CityCharles Mrs. Bill Homes and son, A. C. We Appreciate Your Patrons
Ellisn and son Miss Evelyn Lee Mr. and Mrs. Thnntoa BDM
Mrs. Major Lee and daughter Mr. Proprietors
F. McClelland's application
and Mrs. Bill Baker and children.
for the job as city policeman *.. and
I' Mr. and M H. W. Murphy
by the City Commission
\ was approved
children of Clewlston and Mr. and
evening and he was
Monday Mrs. W, B. Adams of Bradenton.
t employed on the customary basis .,. Mamie's


tt t i a appointment McClelland probationary became succeeds period permanent.before Jack the A. We would CARD like OF THANKS to express our Hurry! Last 3 days! Style CenterNew

.1 1 deep and sincere appreciation for Stock of Girl's Dressy
Rltchey, whose resignation was
the many, many kindnesses and Shorts, and Slim Jima
submitted earlier this month sympathy extended to our loved

: one during his illness and to us in Mrs Mamie MeDaJIIeLProprietor
; ; GIGANTIC
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9 In words how much this has 242 Alabama StreetEMMA'S _
it 55.05. aver meant to us, but we want you to -

ServicePersonal know we appreciate and cherish
:::1 t Th creators of John C. Robert shoe have given them each expression of friendship and
casual an air of distinctiveness by hand sewing the I love. TIRECLEARANCE
; t & Business CHILD CAIE
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5 */"*loc toe seams, but all auperlatively executed. If you've George J. Burchard PROJECT
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I' .' never before had a pair nuke this the season you get
/ John C. Roberta casuals with stitched-iu dlatinctivenew.Th Located on Florida Ave",

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ell
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